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2 COPYRIGHT NINETEEN FORTY-ONE BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BLUE GOLD NINETEEN FORTY-ONE VOLUME 68 PUBLISHED BY THE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA BERKELEY CALIFORNIA WILBERT FOUNTAIN EDITOR PEGGY ORCHISON ASSOCIATE KENNETH PICKLE ASSOCIATE RUTH IGLEHEART MANAGER MARCIA TICE ASSOCIATE FOREWORD An epochal period has transpired during the school year covered by this sixty-eighth Blue and Gold. Events of far reaching significance in the world without have vitally fected the world within, leaving its mark on the school life around which our thoughts revolve. World War II has engulfed a great section of civilization and here at the University of California, the student at his books has felt its effect. The first peace time conscription in the history of our nation has taken men in all walks of life for military training. College students were no exception and many of our classmates were called to the service of their country. Long has California been known as a University of free thought and liberal education. Yet political theory has in many instances given away to political reality as the students united to await the nation ' s crisis. However, we remained objective in our views and argumentative to the best of our democratic traditions. As much as we felt events from the outside, college life went on as usual. We enjoyed to the fullest all the scholastic, athletic, social, and fraternal ties that only a great University can grant. Wilbert Bernard Fountain DEDICATION ROBERT SIBLEY points to the place where Hal Bingham, " 06 " author of " All Hail Blue and Gold " perished Completing twenty years of active service for the California Alumni Association, Robert Sibley has made a notable contribution to the University of California. Graduating in 1903 as the first class edictorian to speak in the Greek Theatre, Mr. Sibley was honored with Phi Beta Kappa, Sigma Xi, and Golden Bear during his undergraduate days. He returned as professor of Mechanical Engineering at the University in 1911 and was on the faculty until 1915. Becoming the youngest full professor in his college generation at California was the signal honor conferred on him by President Benjamin Ide Wheeler. Almost being drafted to his present office, influential Californians requested he lead their Alumni group. With an organization of 2000 members when he took charge, California can now boast of an Alumni Association of 26,000 with an endowment fund of one-half million. An untiring worker, Robert Sibley has endeared himself to all who have known and worked with him. Popular and friendly, Bob, in a large measure typifies the highest type of a Californian. Carl L. Charles S. H. R. W. Jaffray Miss Katherine Mrs. Elizabeth Yoshi S. Stephen I. Langmaid George Frank H. William M. Miss Bessy L. E. Alfred Charles W. Shirley Work DEAN FRANK HOLMAN PROBERT, College of June 13, 1876 — May 7, 1940 " To me, his outstanding characteristic was his loyalty. He was a man on whom you could always rely. He loved this institution, the University of California, and gave the best of his life to it. " Monroe E. Deutsch, Vice-President and Provost IN MEMORIAM REGENTS Mrs. Eleanor Banning A. Blanchard Miller FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF STUDENTS Aaron Dennis Groper Chester C. Hook Thomas Clifford Hardy, Jr. Hiroshi George Kawahara Len Johnson Hargis Kenneth Kennedy Clair Henry Doris Ann Thomas - Richard Durfee Thrall oo " ' : ; MEN ' S F AC ITY CLUB 12 BATHER GATE 13 HEARST MINING 11 iLDING 15 LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING THE CAMPANILE ADMMISTRATIOn 4 BLUE AND GOLD is primarily a record of the Class of 1941, a memorandum in print of young men and young women with whom friendships have been estab- lished that you would be loath to lose. It will help to keep fresh and vivid common memories of place and cir cumstance, of youth ' s dreams and youth ' s hopes. Given reasonable nurture, these friendships will flourish for a lifetime and, like trees along the road, enrich the most prosaic journey with unfailing joy. The sort of friends that you have made, and the number of them as well, have been influenced inevitably by the fact that your University is not the college of a region, nor of a denomination, nor of a philanthropist; it is the university of a state. To its seven campuses, at Berkeley, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Davis, Mount Hamilton, La Jolla, and Riverside, in 1940-41, there came 28,851 students from 56 counties of California, from 54 other states and territories of the United States, and from 54 other countries of the world. These thousands came to the University of California because, in the seventy-three years of its existence, it has successfully held to ideals of scholarship that are respected in the farthest corners of the earth. They came because the University of California raises no barriers of race, religion, or economic status, but offers its privileges and grants its honors solely on the basis of individual worth. The quality of your membership in this group and the future contribution that you may make toward it and toward the reputation of the University will be appraised always by this criterion of individual worth and by no other. It is for us and those who come after us to press forward in the spirit of the great ' tradition we inherit: the tradition of loyalty to country expressed by service in the common weal; the tradition of translating obstacle and opportunity alike into achievement. There is menace and threat abroad in the world today, and the American nation confronts the stern and peremptory task of defending and preserving these traditions and the kind of national life for which they stand. What we do now, and the results flowing from it, will be of profound significance in the future. I hope that this challenge will be met, and that the way of life of which this Blue and Gold is an expression, will survive and grow stronger with each passing year. 20 BOARD OF REGENTS Transference of as many extra-curricular activities as possible from the center of campus was the chief work of the Regents of the University. This was done in order to utilize the outlying areas and to conserve the remaining sites available for class- room buildings. For this reason, the new Administration Build- ing was built on Telegraph avenue outside Sather Gate. It has the advantage of being in the business district and yet is avail- able to students and administrative officers by its proximity to the campus. Plans for the future include construction of academic build- ings within easy distance of the Library. All agricultural projects are to be transferred permanently from the Berkeley hills to the Oxford strip, while the 51,400,000 Cyclotron is being built above the Big " C. " GOVERNOR CULBERT L. OLSON Clockwise: Jordan, Wheeler, Patterson, Roman, Hoc2en, Dickson, Calkins, Corley, Ellis, Underhill, McEnerney, Williams, Sproul, Fleishhacker, Cockran, Pau ley, Ehrman, Ranter 21 MONROE E. DEUTSCH Vice-President and Provost TOE ADMINISTRATIVE YEAR Several important adm inistrative posts in the University changed incumbents during the year. Luther A. Nichols resigned as Comptroller, and James H. Corley, Assistant Comptroller, was named his successor. Two appoint- ments as Business Manager were also made, William J. Norton for the Berkeley campus and Deming Maclise at U.C.L.A. Lucy Ward Stebbins, who had superbly held the Deanship of Women for twenty-eight years, presented her resignation; Mary B. Davidson became Acting Dean. Thomas M. Putnam, Dean of Undergrad- uates, whose excellent administrative service to the University has covered many years and numerous posts, withdrew to devote himself to his work in the math- ematics department; Hurford E. Stone, Acting Dean of Undergraduates at U.C.L.A., was transferred to Ber- keley with the same title. The Deanship of the College of Mining made vacant by the death of devoted Dean Frank H. Probert, was assigned to Acting Dean Lester C. Uren. The enrollment on the Berkeley campus which had grown by leaps and bounds for many years, showed a decrease. During the fall semester the total number of students enrolled was 15,581 as compared with 16,199 in the corresponding semester of 1939-40. In this con- nection it must however be noted that the enrollment for August to December, 1940, is 52 per cent greater than for the fall of 1929-30. To meet the needs of this large enrollment, thus far the only additional space in prospect will come from the classroom building being erected on College Avenue, opposite Cowell Hospital, and that released in California Hall by the completion of the new Administration Building, now in process of construction on the east side of Telegraph Avenue between Sather Gate and Bancroft Way. A most important piece of work for scientific purposes is the huge cyclotron of 4,000 tons being erected on Charter Hill. The dormitory for women, the generous gift of Mrs. Sigmund Stern, will be built east of Founders ' Rock. National defense absorbed much of the attention of the University during the year; not only did a considerable number of the members of the staff holding reserve commissions in the army and navy respond to calls but others carried on important research or served on a variety of committees engaged in national service, or on draft boards, or in organizing and teaching in special technical courses meeting emergency needs. Death took from our faculty during the year Carl L. Alsberg, Director of the Giannini Foundation and Professor of Agricultural Economics; Stephen I. Lang- maid, Professor of Law; George M. Peterson, Associate Professor of Agricultural Economics; Frank H. Probert, Professor of Mining and Dean of the College of Mining. Retirement removed from active service at Berkeley Herbert E. Bolton, Sather Professor of History and Director of the Bancroft Library; Orrin Kip McMurray, HURFORD E. STONE LUCY W. STEBBINS Dean of Undergraduates Dean of Women 22 John H. Boalt Professor of Law and former Dean of the School of Jurisprudence; and F. J. Teggart, Professor of Social Institutions. Professor R. J. Traynor left the School of Juris- prudence on becoming a member of the Supreme Court of the State. Among the honors received by members of our fac- ulty a few may be mentioned. Professor E. 0. Lawrence, our Nobel laureate, was also awarded the William du Bois Duddell Medal of the Physical Society of London. The Charles T. Daly Medal of the American Geo- graphical Society was bestowed upon Professor Carl 0. Sauer. Professors Karl F. Meyer and Wendell M. Latimer were chosen members of the National Academy of Sciences. The American Philological Society elected Professor George M. Calhoun as president; the American His- torical Association in turn elevated Professor James Westfall Thompson to the presidency. The Entomolog- ical Society of America named Professor W. B. Herms its president. The Sather Professorship of Classical Literature was held by Axel W. Persson, Professor of Classical Archae- ology and Ancient History at the University of Upsala, Sweden. Professor William B. Cannon, George Higgin- son Professor of Physiology, Harvard Medical School, and Professor James Franck, Professor of Physical Chemistry at the University of Chicago and a Nobel laureate, were Hitchcock Professors during the year. Professor Ivan M. Linforth was named Faculty Re- search Lecturer for 1940-41 Within the organization of the University two changes may be noted. A School of Optometry (with authority to confer the degree of B.S.) has been set up, and the School of Architecture is to begin with the junior year and confer the degree of A.B. In honor of Stanford University which is this year celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of its foundation, President Ray Lyman Wilbur was invited to deliver the Charter Anniversary Address on March 27. Such were a few of the changes in the academic year now coming to a close. MONROE E. DEUTSCH CHARLES B. LIPMAN Dean of Graduate Division RAYMOND G. GETTELL Dean of Summer Sessions JAMES H. CORLEY THOMAS B. STEEL Comptroller Registrar 23 DEAN PERRY DEAN HILDEBRAND ' DEAN HUTCHISON DEAN LEWIS CALIFORNIA DEANS Claude B. Hutchison, Dean of the College of Agriculture, in addition to being resident instruc- tor on four campuses, is head of agricultural studies. Preparing students for industrial research is the duty of Gilbert N. Lewis, Dean of the College of Chemistry. The College of Commerce under Robert D. Calkins provides undergraduates with a sound background in business. The School of Architecture under Dean Warren C. Perry gives instruction in handling modern architectural prob- DEAN CALKINS 24 ACTING DEAN UREN DEAN DERLETH lems. Joel H. Hildebrand, Dean of Letters and Science is a leader in the field of liberal arts. Acting Dean Lester C. Uren teaches efficiency in the im- provement and development of mining. Charles Derleth Jr., Dean of Engineering, helps conduct governmental and industrial research along with regular instruction. Practical instruction in teach- ing is provided by the School of Education under Dean Frank N. Freeman. The School of Juris- prudence, guided by Edwin Dickinson, prepares students for law and legal research. Sydney B. Mitchell, Dean of the College of Librarianship, heads the graduate courses in this field. DEAN FREEMAN PI OW DEAN DICKINSON DEAN MITCHELL 25 OUTSTANDING President and Mrs. Sproul welcome new students to their first University function The President ' s Reception, ushering three thousand incoming students into their first major campus event, climaxed a full week of orientation parties, teas, and tours. In Hearst Gymnasium, which was transformed into a spacious garden, the students were greeted by faculty members who formally presented them to President and Mrs. Sproul. Whisked from the receiving line to the stag-lined dance floor by members of the Students ' Reception Commit- tee, the freshmen were introduced to other members of their class. Throughout the evening, the omnipresent members of the Reception Committee kept all new students actively participating in every event so that no one would be left out of the merry-making. A " Tree-sitters " committee especially devised for guest administrators and professors provided entertainment for those not dancing. Informality was the keynote of the evening as the old fashioned country dances and name tags helped break the ice. Freshmen made and renewed acquaintances while dancing to the music of Art Rowley, while others made new friends chatting near the mirror-like pool and around the ever popular punch bowl. 30 THE PRESIDENT ' S RECEPTION COMMITTEE Identification cards are filled out by students before they enter the receiving line Three thousand freshmen crowd the dance floor after the formal reception 31 Ray Lyman Wilbur tells of " Our Pacific Destiny " at the 73rd Charter Day Anniversary CHARTER WEEK Seventy-three years young, the University of California invited her seven campuses to a birthday party in March. Lasting one week, the theme of the party was as varied as it was interesting. President Sproul presided over Greek Theatre exercises in which Ray Lyman Wilbur spoke on " Our Pacific Destiny. " Honored with Doctor of Laws degrees were Thomas Mann and James Moffitt. More interest in Greek was offered by Dr. Ivan M. Linforth as he discussed " The Greeks and Their Gods. " Dr. Linforth was this year ' s faculty member chosen to do research in his special field and sum up his findings ing the natal festivities. The evening spotlight fell upon the Alumni Banquet at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco. President of this vast collection of University ' s children, Charles Stetson Wheeler presided at the Banquet and presented Dr. Wilbur and President Sproul as guest speakers of the evening. A piano concert by Artur Rubenstein added musical interest and gave a finishing touch to the birthday bration. California-Stanford rivalry is forgotten when their presidents meet on a common platform Sproul and the colors lead the procession of Ph.D ' s. to the Greek Theatre 32 Alumni Executive Manager, Robert Sibley ' 03, welcomes the oldest alumni to California ' s birthday party The spirit of 73 glorious years marches on Intellects of two nations clasp hands as Thomas Mann receives an honorary degree 33 GUEST " The Highwayman came riding " to the final fall University meeting when Alfred Noyes, famous British poet, appeared as guest speaker. Driven from his bombarded home on the Isle of Wight, Mr. Noyes, an Oxford graduate, has been travel- ing and lecturing in the United States and Canada. His sincere desire for the survival of esthetic and religious values in a materialistic society made the theme of this university meeting lasting in student memory. An eminent authority on astronomy, Dr. Joel Stebbins held the interest of astronomers, mathe- maticians, and physicists of the University at a seminar delivered by him in. February. Director of the observatory at Washburn College, Dr. Steb- bins traveled from Wisconsin to the Coast to re- ceive the Gold Medal of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific. At the University meeting in September, the California students were honored to hear Edgar Eugene Robinson, distinguished professor of American History at Stanford. Professor Robin- son, one of our foremost authorities on citizenship, spoke on the living constitution, in observance of constitutional week. He is a member of the Ameri- can Historical Association and the Royal Historical Society of Great Britain. The lamps of China illuminated the Men ' s Gym- nasium as Julean Arnold presented 38 years of experience in the Orient to his student audience. Top to bottom: ALFRED NOYES, JOEL STEBBINS, EDGAR ROBINSON. SPEAKERS First hand information gave the students a forceful picture of China ' s plight in the Asiatic war, and stressed Mr. Arnold ' s plea for discontinuance of United States aid to Japan. Underlying all issues was an appeal to Americans to promote mutual aid and understanding between the United States and China. Dr. Walter B. Cannon, internationally dis- tinguished physiologist and scientist, drew a capacity audience to Wheeler Hall four times in February to hear his lectures on the " Chemical Transmission of Nerve Impulses. " The Hitchcock Series, of which he was the 1941 lecturer, was established in 1906 to provide free lectures on scientific and practical subjects. Dr. Cannon ex- plained his own chemical theory, which is opposed to the traditional " electrical " theory, and con- cluded with a lecture on some of the yet unsolved problems of transmission. The first University meeting of the Spring semes- ter had as its guest speaker the famed educator and student of youth movements, Dr. Reinhold Schairer. He appealed to the American youth for their tolerance and cooperation which will be so necessary in the reconstruction of Europe after the War. His appeal was based on his belief that " the aims after this war will be youth aims. " Dr. Schairer, formerly a German professor, is now making an extensive lecture tour of the United States. Top to bottom: JULEAN ARNOLD, WALTER CANNON, REINHOLD SCHAIRER 36 CALIFORNIA ALUMNI ASSOCIATION California has the distinction of having the largest university Alumni Association with the greatest per cent of active membership in the world. Founded in 1812, the Association furthers student activities on campus by awarding eighty freshman scholarships every year. The Bureau of Occupations is given a substantial sum which facilitates the placing of alumni and undergraduates in good positions. The " University Explorer, " a weekly radio program established and developed by the Alumni, is considered the foremost educational program in the country. These projects are carried out chiefly from funds taken from the regular dues and life memberships. The major activity at present is the financing of the first women ' s dormitory on the Berkeley campus. This year has seen changes in the Alumni Association with Charles Stetson Wheeler, Jr. replacing Harry L. Masser as president. Robert Sibley has continued as the excellent Executive Manager. Part of their varied work is keeping in direct contact with the alumni in the state. The president and the manager direct reunions which are held all over the world at the time of important campus functions, notably the Big Game. CHARLES S. WHEELER, JR. President ROBERT SIBLEY Executive Manager Left to right: Frenzel ' 05, McNear ' 12, Scaramella ' 32, Meux ' 31, Haas ' 10, Carlson ' 31, Waffle ' 41, Armstrong, O ' Brien, Woods ' 09, Irwin x- ' 24, Walker ' 22, Herman ' 21, Sproul ' 13, Wheeler, ' 12, Sibley ' 03, Holland ' 34, Kuehne, Calkins ' 31, Pletcher ' 27, Witter ' 16, Walker ' 27, Putnam ' 97, Decoto ' 00, Reith ' 18, Barbat ' 26, McPherson ' 41, Swartz ' 11 = ooesspsmrmmon.g., " .. " — " L ' " " " 4t Sibley, Kuehne, Pettitt, Watt, Emery, Pitcher, Holland President Sproul and students enjoy Cal Day program at Treasure Island Tired students relax after a strenuous day at the Fair The hand tunes up before entertaining Fair-goers with college songs Tuxedos and masculine voices combine to form a pleasing picture of the Glee Club 37 CALIFORNIA Giant hand and football furnish the kickoff for homecoming celebration Chinese alumni hold their own festivities at a San Francisco banquet Cal band provides music for diners at the Big Game celebration in Chinatown Alumni renew old acquaintances around the d inner table The Stanford axe is watched over by Big " C " guards Earl Ford and Les Still 38 Clinton Miller tells undergraduates of " the good old days " An impressive tribute to Andy Smith is given by radio announcer Mel Venter HOMECOMING Judge Brown reconstructs the original stealing of the axe for an One of the many posters in keeping with the Homecoming theme Henry Busse it on " for the Friday night dance interested audience greets celebrators Big Game spirit ends in serpentining and songs Treble Clef and the Men ' s Glee Club join to sing " Begin the Beguine " Radio Commission presents a special broadcast in commemoration of Homecoming Alumnus Hook, ' 74, exchanges campus yarns with present students 39 MEAL, OF THE vONTI4 ?NW .NCO:TED 1 41.11N1g ,5111DOITS ' CLLIS HOMECOMING PARADE New and old traditions were brought forth when three thousand alumni and fifteen thousand students gathered for Big Game Homecoming Week-end. Parades, rallies, and reunions filled three days with color and excitement. Friday, a hundred-float parade passed the Campanile judges ' stand where Phi Mu, Pi Kappa Alpha and Sigma Phi Sigma won awards for the most beautiful, most humorous and most original entries. Dancing to Henry Busse on Friday and the Senior formal on Saturday climaxed week-end festivities. 4 alt ECE DES 40 U a 4. CAL • " 0,:tT ' . AT THE DAY FAIR 4it • VA ..t4x11,-4 ..4! THE iALIFORNIA CLUB The spirit, excitement and color of U.C.L.A. Game Week- end, giving the Bruins an opportunity to get acquainted with the Bears, was realized through the efforts of the California Club. A chance to meet the Aggies at the annual Picnic Day at Davis, an opportunity to meet Medical Center students at a semi-formal dance, and the exchange of news from the seven campuses were other examples of the group ' s work. Keeping the purpose of Cal Club in mind—the main- tenance of harmonious relations and unity among the several schools student representatives from Berkeley, Los Angeles, Davis, and San Francisco met in Berkeley and planned coordinating events for the year. President Sproul chats with U.C.L.A. Vice-President Billie Mae Thomas at Cal Club luncheon Back Row: Evers, Dibble, Graves, Delaney, McPherson, deGrassi, Pettitt, Lash Front Row: Stout, Henck, Barton, Vukasin, Slaughter, Van Slyck, Fisher 44 • A. JAMES DEVERE Student Body President EARLE R. HEDRICK Vice-President and Provost Rapidly growing to form a vital part of the state university, the University of California at Los Angeles today rivals the Berkeley campus in the beauty of its buildings and the extent of student activities. 1941 graduates were the first to hold ceremonies in the newly completed open-air amphitheatre, latest addition to the Westwood campus. Traveling northward, twenty-five hundred Bruins were guests of the Bears at the eighth annual football clash. A full program of week-end events, including a University meeting and rally, Cal Club luncheon and dance, and informal parties entertained southern visitors. Rhumba rhythm heats out as beauteous chorines dance fo the benefit of the Golden Bear Kerckhoff Hall, from whose towers one can get a view of the whole campus, is the center of student activities 45 D C A L LEONARD CHARVET Student Body President THE MEDICAL SCHOOL is the gathering place of embryo doctors eager to prove their worth in a medically-conscious world. These physicians-to-be labor unceasingly to earn the hard-won title of doctor which is merited only after years of conscientious effort. 7g. WILLARD C. FLEMING ALTON MOORE Dean Student Body President THE COLLEGE OF DENTISTRY takes pride in training its share of potential D.D.S ' s. Amid the noise of electric drills, the grinding of fillings, and the injection of novo- caine, these dentists - to - be strive to perfect themselves in their chosen profession. CENTER CARL L. A. SCHMIDT JOHN GRIFFITH Dean Student Body President THE COLLEGE OF PHARMACY with its atmosphere of prescription bottles and strange labels, offers an intriguing and valuable career to the young pharmacist. Drug and food inspection and manufacturing pharmacy are fields open to these students. MARGARET TRACY Director ELVA NELSON Student Body President THE SCHOOL OF NURSING, home of ambitious young Florence Nightingales, yearly adds its share of efficient nurses to the staffs of hospitals scattered over the country. Child care, public health, and preventive medicine are stressed in the curriculum. 1111111111111111W 11111111111111111111 KNOWLES S. RYERSON EDWARD C. LYDON Assistant Dean Student Body President Aegis cattle graze on the farm fields at Davis. DAVIS " Back to the Farm " is the motto of the neophyte farmers at Davis. One of the largest of Cal ' s sister campuses, the Agricultural College each year turns out great numbers of prospective sons of the sod who have learned to do their milking and plowing in the scientific way. Well-equipped buildings, competent faculty, central lo- cation all these factors help maintain its reputation as one of the foremost agricultural colleges in the country. Keeping the Aggies ' doings i n the public eye is the work of the Rodeo, school annual, and the Calif ornia Aggie , weekly newspaper. To the big event of the year, Picnic Day, flock the farmer boys and girls of Davis, as well as students and visitors from all the other Cal campuses. 48 Modern architecture beautifies the library at the College of Agriculture. HASTINGS Moot court trials provide practical experience for students at Hastings College of Law. Con- veniently located at the Civic Center, students have an opportunity to audit actual cases in the State Building while study of case books is furthered by access to an extensive law library in the City Hall. DAVID E. SNODGRASS JACK NAGEL Acting Dean Student Body President FINE ARTS A line here, a splash of color there and the model takes form on the easels. Beginning courses at California School of Fine Arts stress color, form and design. Previewing life occupations, students lend a trained eye to fashion and magazine illus- tration, textile designs, and interior decoration. LEE F. RANDOLPH HEWITT CLARK Director Student Body President T C Close to the heavens, high on top of Mount Hamilton, stands Lick Observatory, where the fascinating research of worlds beyond ours has brought many valuable contributions to science. The huge new Carnegie Camera received this year was used to photograph the myriad stars and bring them closer for study. WILLIAM H. WRIGHT Director RIVERSIDE Laboratories, greenhouses and orchards located in the heart of the citrus country give practical working experience to the limited group of grad- uate students at Riverside. Problems in the grow- ing of citrus fruits and exotic tropical fruits are studied to help the farmers of California. LEON D. BATCHELOR Director 1101111111111111011111110101 WIMPIIVII SCRIPPS Overlooking the ocean near La Jolla stands Scripps Institute, long noted for its research in oceano- graphy. Here, Uncle Sam ' s Navy helps in the study of currents, sea water, fish, and marine deposits. Fun is combined with research when students board the " E. W. Scripps " for a yearly cruise out to sea. HARALD U. SVERDRUP Director KELLOGG The prized possession of the Arab was a fine horse. Some eighty descendants of these horses now reside at Kellogg Ranch. Numbered among its roster of equine great are several actors of Hollywood fame. Also, to its great pride, the Ranch is home to the only twin Arabians born in this country. CARROL E. HOWELL Manager Back Row: Odell, Aronson. Front Row: Lindley, Williams SENIORS Notes from a senior ' s little black book: " Big Game Night—the St. Francis, where seniors exhibited endurance by frolicking from dusk to dawn after a hard afternoon at the game; came spring and the second informal, this time at the Claremont; can ' t forget those six senior sing nights—especially the outdoor event in Faculty Glade followed by dancing in Eshleman Court; we lost some of the two-part harmony on one occasion by dividing into a men ' s smoker and a femme group; finally assured ourselves that our 120 units were valid for graduation, and that ' The Play ' s the Thing ' for Senior Week; starting with ' Heavenly Discourse ' at Baccalaureate; reminiscences and prophesies made the Men ' s and Women ' s Banquets bright spots, and everyone went to ' The Green Pastures ' for the Marin Barbecue; ' Meet the People ' was the password for the President ' s Reception handshakes and offici al congratula- tions brought out all our mellow feelings; then down the ' Glory Road, ' making the Senior Pilgrimage to all the familiar and unfamiliar spots on campus; final day of days Commencement—speeches, diplomas, and smiles for 3,500 seniors who ' Knew What They Wanted. ' To end it all, ' He Stayed For Breakfast ' after the Senior Ball, the best dance of our entire four years. " 55 56 " After the ball is over, " the check room rush begins Delaney and Vukasin swap stories for appreciative listeners FALL INFORMAL Big Game Night saw a hoarsely enthusiastic throng democratically dressed in all degrees of formality and informality at the annual Senior Fall Informal. Senior Sweetheart Patricia McAllister reigned over the all-Cal celebration in the St. Francis Colonial Room, where the day ' s gridiron classic was replayed verbally. The orchestras of Carvel Craig and Gene Englander furnished rhythm for dancing feet from dusk to dawn, making the " Frantic Frolic " a high- light of the senior calendar. Celebrating seniors overlook a gala dance floor Seniors " swing and sway " beneath a California banner 111111.311111■•••••..... ' --- Stanford-Cal basketball victory sets the triumphant mood for the Spring Informal Jack Chapman beams on Senior Week officials SPRING INFORMAL Featuring two orchestras to suit sophisticated senior tastes, the Senior Spring Swing was the class high- light of March. Pacheco ' s Wandering Minstrels, novelty rhumba band, alternated with Noel Thomas ' orchestra for varied and constant enter- tainment. Following the Stanford-Cal basketball game, rooters brought their enthusiasm to the Claremont Hotel, where the keynote of informality continued. Free gardenias, worn by senior girls, added to the atmosphere of the Garden Room. " Want a bite? " Seniors relax to listen to the strains of Pacheco ' s Minstrels SINGS Yell-leader Aronson brings out senior spirit Moonlit Faculty Glade sets the stage for the first Senior Sings PEACE COMMITTEE Back row: Tackle, Ralston, Saunders, Roth, Ogle Third row: Second row: Brown, Thomas, Delaney, McPherson, Talbot Buck, Froom. Kerr, Williams, Ford Front Norton, Aronson, Odell, Bennett, Klukkert Ned Flanders ' chorus " gives out " for interested listeners Senior Queen Patricia McAllister receives her orchid of recognition from Tom Twohig Wanda Lee Porter glamorizes before the mike SENIOR WEEK COMMITTEE Back row: Second row: Front row: Delaney, Will iams, Fender, Odell, Petersmeyer, Tackle, Kof ord, Ralston, Twohig, Roth, Higgins, Clark, Fain, Blair, Tittsworth, Swanberg, GI ickfeld Merrell Lindley SENIOR OF JEAN HUBBER BRUCE LEE City Editor, Daily Californian Sports Editor, Daily Californian HELEN DOWD Senior Manager, Treble Clef EARL SERDAHL Editor, California Engineer DOROTHY ESTEP President, W.A.A. DICK MOORE Forensics Commissioner BOB WILLIAMS President, Senior Class WINSTON WOODMAN President, Circle " C " Society MORRIS GLICI FELD Chairman, Welfare Council MARVI N GOODSON Director, Bureau of Public Relations BETTY BERRY H ILL President, Mask and Dagger President, Thal ian HALL AME PAT MacCAUG li EY Women ' s Manager, Little Theatre MILTON LOTT Editor, Grizzly JEAN PORTER AL SHIELDS LORRA I NE LUNT Chairman, Women ' s Rally Committee Senior Manager, G lee Club Women ' s Director, Pelican SENIOR HALL rtIP fris,,e0,) KENNETH PICKLE SARITA HENDERSON STUART SMITH Associate Editor, Blue and Gold Editor, Daily Californian Manager, Daily Californian GEORGE McNEIL Manager, Pelican GEORGE LI NDMAN Chairman, P.S.A.C. BETTY BARTON Vice-President, A.S.U.C. JOHN McPHERSON President, A.S.U.C. WALLACE ARON HARRIET SIEGEL CAROLYN BABAS! N IAN Managing Editor, Daily Californian Managing Editor, Daily Californian Chairman, Women ' s Judicial Committee p. FAME WILBERT FOUNTAIN Editor, Blue and Gold RUTH IGLEHEART Manager, Blue and Gold PEGGY ORCHISON Associate Editor, Blue and Gold ED TACKLE ED BREWER JIM ROTH MARIE LOUISE SMITH Editor, Daily Californian Intramural Manager Chairman, Senior Sings President, Women ' s Dormitory Association Chairman, Rally Committee JOE RALSTON KAY FISCHER CLOYD DAWSON Secretary, A.S.U.C. Women ' s Representative Varsity Yell Leader BETTY AVERILL President, Mortar Board FRED MERRELL Author, " Gossipal Truth " LESLIE STILL Varsity Crew MIKE I OLL Varsity Baseball THOMAS TWOHIG Chairman, Senior Semi-formal EDWARD ANDERSON Manager, Ad Service Bureau JIM WARREN Varsity Rugby JEANNETTE EASTMAN President, Prytanean MARTIN BILES Varsity Track LESLIE FISHMAN Varsity Debating CARLTON HOBERG CHARLES O ' TOOLE FREDERICK REA Varsity Football and Baseball Varsity Baseball Daily Californian, Spring Manager ROBERT ODELL Senior Class, Secretary-Treasurer WREDE PETERSMEYER Senior Ball, Chairman RICHARD BENNETT Card Sales Committee, Chairman LOUISE LINDLEY Vice-President, Senior Class BUD BUCK President, Interfraternity Council ROBERTA MACDONALD Editor, Pelican NIOR HAL CLARENCE BARNES Varsity Track WILLIAM ELMORE Varsity Football STANLEY GRIFFITH Varsity Baseball CHARLES DONOHOE Varsity Football MARCIA TICE Associate Manager, Blue and Gold BETHEL BROWN Chairman, Women ' s Orientations EDWIN STOFLE Editor, Pelican OF FAME ROBERT GUGGENHEIM CATHERINE COBB JACK VAN TONNINGEN Manager, Pelican President, Pan-Hellenic Council Chairman, Men ' s Judicial Committee ROBIN H IPPENSTIEL FAY FROOM JOHN McGEE BERNARD WOLF Varsity Tennis Varsity Track Varsity Basketball Varsity Track EARL FORD CHARLOTTE MORRIS HUGH KOFORD President, Big " C " Society Manager, Ad Service Bureau Manager, Little Theatre 68 CURTIS EDWARD ABBOTT San Jose Engineering —Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; American Society of Military Engineers; Masonic Club. NINA ANN ABBOTT San Bernardino Letters and Science —Political Science Alpha Omicron Pi; Pelican; Freshman Sunday Suppers; Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports. JOHN BACCI ACCINELLI Newark Engineering —Mechanical Engineering. EDWARD CHARLES ADAMS Berkeley Letters and Science —Medical Science Kappa Sigma; Basketball Manager (2). MARJORIE PAULINE ADAMS Alhambra Letters and Science —Bacteriology. WILLIAM ADAMS Oakland Letters and Science —Optometry Omega Delta. TED BRAINARD ADSIT Los Angeles Agriculture —Landscape Design. LUCY S. AGABASHIAN Berkeley Letters and Science —History. JEAN FRANCES ALEXANDER San Francisco Letters and Science — Economics Pi Phi Delta; Honor Student. IRVING GREENFIELD ALGER, JR. Berkeley Engineering —Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers. AUDINE ALLAN Berkeley Letters and Science — English Delta Delta Delta; Hammer and Dimmer; Little Theatre, Make-up Manager. FREDNA LEE ALLEN Santa Cruz Letters and Science — History Terrace Lodge; Blue and Gold (2). MARY BELLE ALLEN Los Angeles Chemistry Transfer from Arizona State College; Iota Sigma Pi; Honor Student; California Engineer; Student Advisory Bureau (4); American Chemical Society. PATRICIA GRACE ALMOUR Long Beach Letters and Science — General Curriculum. RAYMOND IRWIN ALTMAN Berkeley Commerce —Economics Pi Lambda Phi; Circle " C " Society; Beta Gamma Sigma; Honor Student; Interfraternity Council; Daily Californian; Soccer Manager (4); Rally Committee. I BRAH IM JAMAL ALUSI Baghdad, Iraq Mining —Petroleum Engineering International House; Mining Association. ALVIN ALBERT AMSTER Los Angeles Engineering —Civil Engineering Transfer iron: Santa Monica Junior College; Engineers Council; American Society of Civil Engineers. ARTHUR REYNOLD ANDERSON San Francisco Commerce — Economics Delta Chi; Phi Phi; Phi Epsilon Chi; Golf Team, Manager (4). BARBARA ANNETTE ANDERSON Berkeley Letters and Science —Decorative Art Transfer from Mills College; Beta Phi Alpha. EDWARD ALBERT ANDERSON Alameda Letters and Science — History Alpha Delta Sigma; Advertising Service Bureau, Director. ENID LORRAINE ANDERSON Oakland Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Women ' s " C " Society; W.A.A.; Softball Manager; Volleyball Assistant Manager; Physical Education Majors ' Club. GWENDOLYN ANDERSON Paso Robles Letters and Science —Psychology Y.W.C.A. IDRIS MAY ANDERSON Forestville Letters and Science —Mathematics Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College, LELIA ISABELL ANDERSON Chatsworth Letters and Science — H i story Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Areta; Phrateres; Y.W.C.A. MARY VIRGINIA ANDERSON Riverside Letters and Science —PhilosoPhY. NADINE WILDA ANDERSON San Francisco Letters and Science — International Relations International House; Treble Clef; Masonic Club. TOSH 10 ANDO Mill Valley Letters and Science — Political Science Transfer from Marin Junior College, JULIA ANDOW Winton Letters and Science — Philosophy. ROBERT CARL ANDRESEN Petaluma Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Bowles Hall; Tau Beta Pi; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Honor Student; Baseball; Crew; Varsity Rowing Club; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ANNE MATILDA ANDREWS San Francisco Letters and Science — English, Phi losophy Transfer from San Francisco Junior College. DANIEL ANCHERSEN JOYCE AMNEUS ANDERSON Oakland Salt Lake City, Utah Letters and Science Letters and Science —English —General Curriculum Chess Team, Captain. Transfer from Westminster Junior College; Alpha Chi Omega; Intramural Sports. RUSSELL ELLIS ANDREWS Berkeley Commerce —Accounting Beta Alpha Psi; Daily Californian; Store Board. BRUCE STEVENSON ANGWIN Piedmont Engineering —Electrical Engineering Theta Chi; Fencing Manager; Rally Committee; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. ARTHUR LOAL ANHEIER Los Angeles Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Gymnastics Team; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ELAINE VIRGINIA ANTHONY Anaheim Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Fullerton Junior College; International House; Housing Board; Counseling; Intramural Sports. HUGH GUERNSEY APPLING Oakdale Letters and Science —General Curriculum Lambda Chi Alpha. BETTY MILDRED ARCH IBALD Richmond Letters and Science —French Honor Student; College Women ' s Club Juniors. ROY ANGUS ARCH IBALD Mad era Letters and Science —Political Science. DOROTHY AREY Oakland Agriculture — Dietetics Y.W.C.A.; Class Committees. DARRELL HERBERT ARGUBRIGHT Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Abracadabra; Mask and Dagger; Dramatics Council; Little Theatre, Costume Manager; Bureau of Public Relations, Social Chairman; Class Committees. JOHN EDWARD ARM ITAGE Santa Barbara Letters and Science — Zoology Bowles Hall. ROBERT MERRIMAN ARM ITAGE San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Barrington Hall; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau. ERIC JOHN LEONIDAS ARMSTRONG Oakland Honor Student; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet. JAMES CHESTER ARMSTRONG Berkeley Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Crew. WALLACE ARON San Francisco Letters and Science —Journalism Zeta Beta Tau; Golden Bear; Pi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Delta Sigma; Gamma Beta; Tri-Omicron; Daily Californian, Managing Editor; Wrestling Manager (3); President ' s Student Advisory Committee. ALBERT SAMUEL ARONSON Oakland Letters and Science —Architecture Pi Lambda Phi; Delta Sigma Chi; Honor Student; California Engineer. DANIEL ARONSON, JR. San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Bowles Hall; Circle " C " Society; Phi Epsilon Chi; Water Polo; Senior Class Yell Leader; Senior Peace Committee; Class Officers ' Council, President; Big " C " Guard. YOLANDA ISA ARRIGONI San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Chi Omega; Advertising Service Bureau; Counseling. VERA MADELEINE ARTEMENI(0 San Francisco Letters and Science —Bacteriology. HOLT ATHERTON Stockton Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Culver Jun- ior College; Delta Upsilon; Winged Helmet; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta; Interfra- ternity Council; Scabbard and Blade. ALY RAGHIB ATTIA Cairo, Egypt Agriculture — Agronomy Egyptian Association of California; International Forum Club; California Angles Soccer Team; Captain and Coach. EDWARD HARRY ATTIX Berkeley Engineering — Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers. WALTER WILLIAM ATTRILL Pasadena Agriculture —Soil Science Alpha Zeta; Honor Student; Intramural Boxing. KEITH BLAISDELL AUBREY Bakersfield Letters and Science — Spanish Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College; Honor Student. GEORGE RICHARD AUGUST Whittier Mining — Petroleum Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Theta Tau; Honor Student; Daily Californian; Mining Association. A bit of skirmish with the puck at the Cal-Sacramento J.C. ice hockey gam e WARREN FRANCIS AUSTIN Oakland Engineering --Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Tau Pi Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. BEATRICE ELIZABETH AVERILL Redding Letters and Science —English Phi Beta Kappa (3), Student Secretary (4) ; Mortar Board, President; Prytanean; Pi Lambda Theta; Women ' s Activity Council; Blue and Gold. LEONARD CLARE AXELROD San Francisco Chemistry Honor Student; Engineers ' Council; Student Advisory Bureau; American Chemical Society. FRANK SHOZO BABA Oakland Agriculture — Agricultural Economics Kendo. PAUL JEAN BADGER Sebastopol Letters and Science — H istory Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College; Sigma Sigma Pi; Cross Country Teaol. GRACE BERTHA BAKER Glendale Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Glendale Junior College; Areta; International House; Calvin Club. HELEN JAN ICE BAKER Glendale Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from Glendale Junior College; Areta; Y.W.C.A.; Calvin Club. BETTY BERNADINE BAKKE Berkeley Letters and Science —H istory. MARTHA B. BAN FIELD San Anselmo Letters and Science —Elementary Education Sigma Sigma Pi; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; U.C. Bible League. DONALD CURTISS BARBOUR Piedmont Letters and Science —General Curriculum Delta Upsilon; Honor Student; Track(1). PAULINE ADELE BARGELT Alameda Commerce Winter Sports Club. MARJORIE ROCKWELL BARKER Berkeley Letters and Science — Art Gamma Phi Beta; Delta Epsilon; Personnel; Counseling; Class Committees. LOREN MERLE BARNETT Yucaipa Engineering —Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers; Wesley Foundation. JESSIE JEANNE BARNEY Rio Linda Letters and Science —History Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Honor Student. AMERICO LEONARD BARREIRO H anf ord Letters and Science — Visalia Junior College: Men ' s Dormitory Association. EDWARD LITTLE BARRY, JR. Oakland Letters and Science —H istory Chi Psi; Interfraternity Council; Basketball Manager (2)(3). CAROLYN BERTHA BABAS! N IAN Oakland Letters and Science —General Curriculum Prytanean: Panile; Phra- teres, Treasurer; Women ' s Executive Board; Women ' s Judiciary Committee, Chair- man; Reception Committee; President ' s Reception; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Secretary. SHERMAN GAIL BABCOCK Riverside Agriculture —Soil Science Alpha Zeta; Alpha Chi Sigma; Pershing Rifles; Soils Club. LOUISE ELIZABETH BACK LUND Oakland Agriculture — Home Economics Transfer from Modesto Junior College; Omega Nu. CHARLOTTE CUNNINGHAM BADGER Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Alpha Xi Delta; Pelican (1) (2); Counseling (1) (2) (3); Y.W.C.A.(2); Class Committees. RAYMOND EDWARD BALCH San Leandro Agriculture —Forestry Ice Hockey Manager(2) (3); Forestry Club. HELEN HOPE BALDW I N Bakersfield Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College; Y.W.C.A.; Masonic Club; Class Committees. WILFRED NICHOLAS BALL, JR. Oakland Commerce —Accounting Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Theta Chi. RAYMOND CHARLTON BALSLEY San Francisco Engineering —Electrical Engineering Bowles Hall; Tau Beta Pi Eta Kappa Nu; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. ROBERT JAMES BAR N EC UT San Francisco Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Masonic Club. CLARENCE FRED BARNES Berkeley Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Big " C " Society; Track (1) (2) (3)(4). DALE KENTON BARNES Albany Chemistry Sigma Xi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Honor Student. MARTIN McRAE BARNES San Gabriel Agriculture —Entomolcgy Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Sigma Nu; Honor Student. HELEN MARGARET BARRY Berkeley Letters and Science — H istory Pi Beta Phi; Intramural Sports. ALEX W. BARSOOM Reed ley Agriculture — Soil Science. BETTY VIONE BARTON Long Beach Letters and Science —General Curriculum International House; Mor- tar Board; Prytanean; Panile; A.S.U.C. Vice- President; Executive Com- mittee; Women ' s Executive Board; Activity Council; Women ' s Judicial Committee. PATRICIA MARIAN BATEMAN Oakland Letters and Science —Music Phrateres; College Woolen ' s Club Juniors; University Music Club. 70 DANIEL W. BATES, JR. Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from George Washington University. MORRIS E. BATTAT San Francisco Engineering —Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. ROBERT JOHN BAXTER Sacramento Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Phi Kappa Psi; Quarterdeck; Honor Student. MARY MARJOR IE BEAL Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Kappa Alpha Theta; Little Theatre Managerial Staff; Counseling; Senior Week Committee; Crop and Saddle. MARGARET RUTH BEATTY Smartville Letters and Science —Public Speaking Sigma Sigma Phi; Phrateres; Y.W.C.A.; Radio Commission. PATRICIA ELINOR BEAUC H AMP Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Sigma Kappa; Little Theatre Production Staff; Winter Sports Club. RAYMOND EDWARD BECKER Willowbrook Letters and Science —Biochemistry. CAROL ELIZABETH BEEDLE Mill Valley Agriculture — Home Economics Omega Nu; Honor Student; Y.W.C.A.; Plymouth House; Home Economics Club. LYNN SIMPSON BEEDLE Mill Valley Engineering —Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon, Treasurer; American Scciety of Civil Engineers, Vice-President; Plymouth House, President. VERA JANE BEHRENDT Burlingame Letters and Science — Public Health Phi Sigma Sigma; Philorthian; Debating. BETTY BELAIS Berkeley Letters and Science — Psychology Piedmont Place; Counsel- ing;W.A.A.(1) ;Y.W.C.A.; International House, As- sociate Member; Dormitory Council(2); Hillel Found- ation; Interfaith Council. HOWARD HOLMAN BELL McClearey, Washington Letters and Science —H istory. JOHN WRIGHT BELL Hayward Engineering —Civil Engineering. THOMAS BARCLAY BELL Long Beach Letters and Science —Physical Education Hygiene Theta Delta Chi; Winged Helmet; Phi Epsilon Chi; Basketball; Golf; Presi- dent ' s Student Advisory Committee. JESS LOUIS BELWOOD Berkeley Commerce. PH ILL I P EUGENE BENJAMIN, JR. Berkeley Commerce. BRYANT McDONALD BENNETT Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Kappa Sigma; Big " C " Society; Track Manager (4). KATHRYN RUTH BENNETT Hercules Commerce —Economics Phrateres; College Women ' s Club Juniors; Class Committees. RICHARD BENNETT Piedmont Commerce Phi Epsilon Chi; Track; A.S.U.C. Card Sales, Chairman; Christian Science Society; Class Committees. WANDA LEE BENOIT San Jose Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from University of Hawaii; Delta Delta Delta; Pelican; Little Theatre; W.A.A. CONSTANCE M. BENSON Modesto Agriculture —Home Economics Transfer from Modesto Junior College; Omega Nu; Sigma Sigma Pi; Y.W.C.A.; International House, Associate Member; Home Economics Club. BARBARA MAE BENTLEY Salinas Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Salinas Junior College; Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports. BARBARA DALE BERG Berkeley Letters and Science —Decorative Art Delta Chi Alpha; Blue and Gold(2); Personnel (1) (2); Counseling (2); Class Committees. KENNETH MARTIN BERG Turlock Letters and Science —Chemistry Glee Club; Progressive Students Forum. The Class of ' 42 turns out in formal attire for the annual Junior Prom 71 RUDOLPH AUGUST BERG Parlier Mining —Petroleum Engineering Transfer from Reedley Junior College; Mining Association. JANET CLAIRE BERGMAN San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Northwestern University. JUNE CLARA BERMAN Coalinga Letters and Science —General •culum Phi Sigma Sigma; Hillel Foundation. ARNOLD JOHN BERMINGHAM Oakland Letters and Science —Mathematics Pi Tau Pi Sigma; Blue and Gold. MARGARET ELLEN BERNHARD Oakland Letters and Science —English. ELIZABETH GUEST BERRYH ILL Berkeley Letters and Science —Dramatic Literature Phi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board; Prytanean; Panile; Mask and Dagger; Thalian; Hammer and Dimmer; Dramatics Cou ncil, Sub-Chairman. EUGENE RICHARD BERRYH ILL Terra Bella Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from San Jose State College; Sigma Sigma Pi; University Press Club. MARIE BERTERO Alameda Letters and Science —History Sigma Sigma Pi; Women ' s Orientations; I nformation Please; President ' s Stu- dent Advisory Committee, Director; Circolo FRED ARTHUR BEST San Diego Engineering —Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Tau Pi Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Honor Student; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. PEGE BETTY Alhambra Letters and Science —History Transfer f rum U.C.L.A.; Blue and Gold; Pelican; Bureau of Public Relations; Class Committees; Young Republicans. WALTER E. BEUTEL Hayward Letters and Science — Political Science. Flying Club. JAMES HERBERT BICKFORD Lincoln Engineering —Electrical Engineering Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Barrington Hall. DOROTHY LOU ISE BIGGS Sacramento Letters and Science — General Curriculum Alphi Xi Delta; Pelican; Intramural Sports. MARTIN BROOMALL BILES Oak land Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Golden Bear; Big " C " Society, President; Athletic Council; Track(1) (2) (3) (4). BARBARA ELLA BIRCH Whittier Letters and Science — Spanish Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Honor Student; Counseling. FLOYD ERNEST BISHOP Sacramento Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Sigma Sigma Pi; Pi Theta Kappa; Newman Club; Camera Club. ROBERT CHAUNCEY BLACKWELL Glendora Letters and Science — Pre-Medical Alpha Kappa Lambda. BETTIE ANN BLAIR Sacramento Commerce — Economics Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Gamma Phi Beta. ELEANOR W. BLAIR Sacramento Letters and Science —Economics Delta Gamma; Panile; Pi Phi Delta; Advertising Service Bureau; Women ' s Rally Committee; Y.W.C.A.; Class Committees. PAUL ST. CYR BLAK San Francisco Letters and Science — Anthropology Delta Tau Delta. EUGENE WILEY BLAKE Huntington Park Letters and Science — Journalism Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Barrington Hall; Honor Student; A.S.U.C. News Bureau; Press Club. HOWARD EDWARD BLOWER Richmond Engineering — Civil Engineering Transfer from Chico State College. DARRELL JOSEPH BOGARDUS, JR. Los Angeles Agriculture — Plant Pathology Phi Kappa Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Track. GEORGE NEILSON BOLTON Los Angeles Engineering —Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; American Society of Civil Engineers. CHARLES F. BOND Los Angeles Engineering —Civil Engineering Barrington Hall; American Society of Civil Engineers; University of California Co-operative Association. HUDSON JAMES BOND Glendale Letters and Science —History. MARY ESTELLE YATES S. BISHOP BLEUEL Soquel Oakland Letters and Science Commerce — H istory —Economics Terrace Lodge. Sigma Chi; Rugby; U.C. Life Saving Corps; Rugby Club. ROBERT ALFRED MARCIA ANNE BLACK BLISS San Francisco Ventura Letters and Science Agriculture — Political Science —Home Economics Transfer from Transfer from Washington San Francisco State State College. College. LOTHAR OTTOMAR RALPH BRANDS BLACKMAN BLODGET Orinda Berkeley Commerce M bring — Business —Petroleum Engineering Administration Mining Association. Alpha Kappa Lambda. 72 DANIEL MALCOLM BONSACK, JR. Oakland Letters and Science —Music Alpha Mu; Honor Student; University Symphony, Concert Master: String Quartet. LELA MARIE BORDEN Santa Cruz Letters and Science —H istory. RUNA AGNES BORJESSON Oakland Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from San Francisco State Col lege; University Chorus; Calvin Club. STANLEY SPRAGUE BOSS Portland, Oregon Letters and Science —Journalism Transfer from Drake University. FERN MARTIN BOTTO Oak land Letters and Science —Education Alpha Xi Delta; California Engineer; Treble Clef; Elections Council; Counseling; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; Class Committees. JOHN THOMAS BOUCHER Burlingame Agriculture —Landscape Design. PATRICIA MARGARET BOWLER San Francisco Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene W.A.A.; Physical Education Majors ' Club. META LOUISE BOWMAN Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy; International House; Honor Student. PATRICIA ANN BOWMAN Berkeley Letters and Science --Child Development Panile; Treble Clef (1) (2) (3)(4); Personnel (1) (2); Counsel ing. PHYLLIS BOWMAN Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Alpha Phi; Little Theatre Y.W.C.A. WILLIAM ALBERT BOX Los Angeles Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Honor Student. CATHERINE BARBARA BOYD San Rafael Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from Dominican College; W.A.A.; Women ' s Dormitory Council; Newman Club. JOHN ELDON BOYDSTUN Bakersfield Commerce —Economics Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College; Theta Chi; Daily Californian; Bureau of Public Relations; Orientations; Commerce Association. EDWARD STILES BOYER Los Angeles Mining —Petroleum Engineering Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Tau Beta Pi; Mining Association. WILLIAM FRANCIS BOYER San Francisco Letters and Science —Medical Sciences Alpha Kappa Kappa; Honor Student. BETTY ROSE BRABAZON Moccasin Letters and Sciences —Music Phrateres; Advertising Service Bureau; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Counseling; Women ' s Symphony Orchestra; Masonic Club. MURIEL YVONNE BRACKETT San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Beta Phi Alpha; Blue and Gold; Counseling; Class Committees. ELEANOR M. BRADFORD San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics International House; Phrateres; A.S.U.C. Reception Committee; Counseling; W.A.A.; Crop and Saddle. JULIA MARIE BRADSHAW Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Y.W.C.A.; Christian Science Society. BRIAN JUAN de ORTEGA BRADY San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Phi Kappa Sigma; Hammer and Dimmer, President; Little Theatre. DONALD F. BRADY San Francisco Commerce —Accounting. SHERWOOD JOSHUA BRADY Garden Grove Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Santa Ana Junior College; Glee Club; Engineer ' s Council; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. LAURABELLE JEANNE FLORENCE BOOI(STAVER BOUTON Berkeley San Francisco Letters and Science Letters and Science —Physical Education, —English Hygiene Alpha Xi Delta; Bureau Transfer from Pacific of Public Relations. University. Cal mermen try to gain control of a slippery ball at a waterpolo game 73 BORIS BRESLER Berkeley Engineering — Civil Engineering International House; Tau Beta Pi, Treasurer; Chi Epsilon; American Society of Civil Engineers. EDWARD VERE BREWER, JR. Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Beta Theta Pi; Golden Bear; Big " C " Society; Rally Committee, Chairman; Intramural Manager (4). IDA PETERSEN BRIDGEMAN Paso Robles Letters and Science —History. MARGARET LOUISE BRIGHT Berkeley Letters and Science —English Phrateres; Bureau of Public Relations; W.A.A. ROBERT HARRY BRITTEN San Jose Letters and Science —Political Science. RUTH BROGGER San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics. HAZEL ESTHER BROMLEY Crockett Letters and Science — General Curriculum International House. CHARLES LLOYD BROOKHOUSER, JR. Huntington Park Agriculture —Entomology Transfer from Davis. I(ERMIT H. BROOKS Willows Agriculture —Food Chem:stry. ROBERT LOUIS BROSEMER Sacramento Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Theta Delta Chi; Bowles Hall; Hammer and Coffin; Pelican; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. MARGUERITE MARIE BROSNAN Oakland Letters and Science —English Sigma Sigma Pi; Phrateres. ARLEY BEATRICE BROWN Oakland Letters and Science —Decorative Art Theta Upsilon; Delta Chi Alpha; Little Theatre Property Staff (1) (2). BETHEL CLAIRE BROWN Woodland Letters and Science —Economics Alpha Omicron Pi; Prytanean; Torch and Shield, President; A.S.U.C. Executive Com- mittee; Women ' s Executive Board; Pan-Hellenic; Orientations, Chairman; Intramural Board, Chairman; Y.W.C.A. CHARLES ROBERT BROWN Richmond Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Marin Junior College; Masonic Club. GERALDINE LOIS BROWN Hanford Letters and Science —Dramatic Literature Transfer from Visalia Junior Col lege; Kappa Phi. JAMES H. BROWN Burbank Commerce —Business Administration Phi Sigma Kappa; Honor Student. JULIUS SEDGWICI BROWN Long Beach Letters and Science — Economics Kappa Sigma; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta; Fraternity Scholastic Honor Society. LEWIS TAYLOR BROWN Berkeley Letters and Science — Biochemistry. ROBERT THOMAS BROWNSCOMBE Hayward Agriculture — Plant Pathology Wesley Foundation. MERVIN TURNER BRUCK Berkeley Commerce. MARGARET ELIZABETH BRUMBAUGH Palo Alto Letters and Science —History Theta Upsilon; Little Theatre; W.A.A.; Winter Sports Cluh. MARTHA JULIA BRUNER Berkeley Letters and Science —German Transfer front Sacramento Junior College; Honor Student; Circolo Italians; Deutscher Verein; Maison Francaise. GLADYS JOYCE BRYAN El Cerrito Letters and Science —H i story. JOHN WATERMAN BRYAN San Francisco Agriculture — Agricultural Economics Beta Theta Pi; Winged Helmet; Winter Sports Club. BETHEL E. BRYANT Long Beach Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Transfer front Long Beach Junior College; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. DAVID CHARLES BRYANT Window Rock, Arizona Letters and Science —Political Science Pi Sigma Alpha; Honor Student. HARRY BUD BUCK Fresno Letters and Science —Economics Theta Delta Chi; Tri-Une; Phi Phi; Phi Epsilon Chi; Football (1); Interfraternity Council, President; Class Committees. FRANCES ELLEN BUCKLAND Berkeley Letters and Science —French Transfer front Marin Junior College; Pi Delta Phi; Pi Lambda Theta; Honor Student; Treble Clef; Masonic Club; Charming Club; Maison Francaise. MARGARET JANE BUCKLIN Berkeley Letters and Science —Decorative Art Alpha Gamma Delta; Honor Student; Treble Clef; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; Guild of Applied Arts; Class Committees. MILTON L. BUHL Alameda Letters and Science — Economics. SYLVIA LEE LEROY ALTOR BRAINARD BROMLEY Oakland Napa Letters and Science Chemistry — Political Science Honor Student; The Magnolias; Student Advisory Bureau; Treble Clef; College American Chemical Society. Women ' s Club Juniors; Women ' s Dormitory Council; Masonic Cluh. 74 DOROTHY ANN BUHMAN Napa Letters and Science —H istory Honor Student. EUGENE JOHN BULF San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science. HELEN BUNKER Oakland Letters and Science —General Curriculum Kappa Alpha Theta; Little Theatre Managerial Staff; Y.W.C.A.; Class Committees. MARIE ALBERDINA BUNT Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Y.W.C.A. RUTH MARIE BUNTAIN Oakland Letters and Science —Public Speaking Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A., Ire Skating Manager; Winter Sports Club. JAMES R. BURCH Corning Engineering —Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Honor Student; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. LEVI TURNER BURCHAM Berkeley Agriculture — Forestry Alpha Zeta; Xi Sigma Pi; Honor Student. BETTY MILDRED BURKE Bakersfield Letters and Science —English Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College; Y.W.C.A., Chairman Senior Commission, Girl Reserve Advisor. VICTOR MANUEL BUR KMAN Firth, Idaho Chemistry Transfer from University of Idaho, Southern Branch; Barrington Hall; Phi Delta Kappa; G lee Club. ARD ITH GRACE BURNS Oakland Letters and Science — Economics Prytanean; Hammer and Coffin; Torch and Shield; Pelican (2)(3)(4); Counseling; A.S.U.C. Card Sales Committee. JAMES ARTHUR BURRIS Oakland Agriculture —Forestry Masonic Club; Forestry Club. VIRGINIA LEE BURR ISS Bakersfield Letters and Science —English. ELLEN BURTNER Los Gatos Chem istry Sigma Xi; Iota Sigma Pi. BARBARA LOUISE BURTT Pasadena Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Pasadena Junior Col lege; International House. WALTER HAROLD BUSH ER Novato Letters and Science —Pre-Medical Alpha Gamma Omega. JACKLYN LEIGH BUTLER Berkeley Chemistry International H cuse; Iota Sigma Pi; Chemistry Club. VIVIEN HELEN BUTTS Healdsburg Letters and Science — Decorative Art Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College; Delta Chi Alpha. DAVID HENRY BYERS San Anselmo Agriculture — Entomology Transfer from Chaffey Junior College; St. John ' s Club; Interchurch Council; Entomology Club. LEWIS RYAN BYINGTON Hermosa Beach Letters and Science — General Curriculum Beta Theta Pi; Water Polo; Symphony Forum, President. LOUISE MARGARET BYRNES Ukiah Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Stockton Junior College. NORMAN EUGENE CADY Bakersfield Commerce — Economics Theta Chi. SYDNEY RALPH CALISH, JR. Long Beach Letters and Science —Chemistry Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Senate; Debating; Housing Board; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; A.S.U.C. Card Sales Committee. GEARY RALPH ANN McLAINE BUNDSCHU BURKE Oakland Visalia Letters and Sceince Letters and Science —General Curriculum —General Curriculum Delta Upsilon; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Winged Helmet; Pi Lambda Theta; Skull and Keys; Honor Student. Beta Beta; Track. Players and rooters stand at attention as the band plays the National Anthem 75 NEWEL T. CALL Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum. HELEN JOSEPHINE CALLAN CoIma Letters and Science — History Sigma Sigma Pi; Phrateres; A.S.U.C. Card Sales Committee; Orientations; Counseling; Y.W.C.A.; Class Committees. EDGAR MALCOLM CAMERON, JR. Berkeley Letters and Science —French Classics ' Club; Circolo Italians; Maison Francaise. ROY SCHOOLING CAMERON San Francisco Letters and Science — Political Science Honor Student. HELEN SH I RLEY CAMPBELL Eureka Letters and Science —English St. Margaret ' s House; Sigma Sigma Pi; Grizzly; Treble Clef; Bureau of Public Relations; Class Committees; Women ' s Dormitory Council. JEAN COOGAN CAMPBELL Piedmont Letters and Science — H istory Kappa Kappa Gamma; Torch and Shield; Counseling; Intramural Sports. HENRY JULIUS CAPPELLO Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Scabbard and Blade; Quarterdeck; Glee Club; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. ROBERT EUGENE CAREY Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Debating; Bureau of Public Relations; Newman Club, President. CLYDE CHARLES CARPENTER Beverly H ills Engineering — Civil Engineering T ransfer from U.C.L.A.; Sigma Chi; Society of American Military Engineers. WILLIAM ANSELM CARR San Anselmu Letters and Science —German. JEAN MARTHA CARVER San Marino Letters and Science —Decorative Art Delta Gamma; Torch and Shield; Delta Chi Alpha; Guild of Applied Arts; Pelican; Class Committees; Crop and Saddle. BARBARA WORTH CARY Exeter Letters and Science —Journalism Transfer from Visalia Junior College; Advertising Service Bureau; Press Club. NIAYROSE CECILIA CASEY San Francisco Letters and Science — Bacteriology Transfer from San Francisco College for Women; Kappa Delta; California Engineer; Counseling (3); Newman Club; Class Committees. GERTRUDE KATHERINE CASSASA San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from San Francisco College for Women. LEWIS WILLIAM CATE Fullerton Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Fullerton Junior College; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. T. RALPH CATHEY Big Spring, Texas Letters and Science — Journal ism. HELEN BERNICE CAULKINS Stockton Letters and Science —Mathematics Stebbins Hall; Pi Mu Epsilon; Honor Student; Counseling; Intramural Sports. LORRAINE MARIE CAVALLI Mill Valley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Alpha Delta Pi; Delta Chi Alpha; Pi Alpha Sigma; Advertising Service Bureau. MARY RACHAEL CHADWICK San Mateo Letters and Science —Decorative Art Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; Alpha Delta Pi; Elections Council; Class Committees. MARGARET JEFFORDS CHAFFIN Berkeley Letters and Science —International Relations Transfer from the University of Hawaii. WILLIAM RICHMOND CHAMBERLIN, JR. Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Alpha Delta Phi; Diving; Swimming (1). EDWARD YUE CHAN Oakland Commerce —Economics Pi Alpha Phi; Chinese Students ' Club, Treasurer; Counseling. HAW CHAN San Francisco Letters and Science —Zoology Mortar Board; Prytanean; Honor Student; Y.W.C.A.; Orientations; Chinese Students ' Club. MARJORIE M. CHAN Sacramento Commerce —Economics International House; Chinese Students ' Club. ROBERT GEORGE CAMPBELL San Francisco Commerce — Business Administration. JOHN HAROLD CAPLES Riverside Letters and Science — H istory Transfer from Riverside Junior College; Sigma Sigma Pi; Honor Student ' s Council; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Students ' Advisory Bureau. ROBERT ELLIS CASE Oakland Letters and Science — General Curriculum Y.M.C.A. BRUCE MORSON CASEY, JR. Riverside Letters and Science —Economics Sheridan Hall; Honor Student. BARBARA JANE CERF San Francisco Letters and Science —History Bureau of Public Relations; President ' s Student Advisory Cons mitten. VIVIAN MARIE CHABR IER San Bruno Letters and Science — Social Theory Thalian; Honor Students ' Council; Grizzly Editorial Board. WEE WING CHAN Oroville Commerce Pi Alpha Phi; Chinese Students ' Club. RUTH WINN IFRED CHANDLER Oakland Letters and Science —Zoology Areta; Y.W.C.A. 76 WILLIAM HERRICK CHANDLER San Francisco Commerce —Economics Phi Kappa Sigma; Circle " C " Society; Beta Alpha Psi; Water Polo. JACK KI ERNAN CHAPMAN Oakland Letters and Science —Public Speaking Transfer from University of Santa Clara; Phi Delta Theta; Football; Rambler Football, Captain; Senior Peace Committee; Intramural Basketball. MAURICE GORDON CHASE Dinuba Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Visalia Junior College; Honor Student; Bureau of Public Relations; President ' s Student Advisory Committee, Director; Newman Club. DORIS VIRGINIA CHATTIN Berkeley Agriculture — Dietetics Alpha Nu. MEYER MICHAEL CH ESSI N Venice Letters and Science — Plant Pathology Alpha Zeta. MICHAEL CHETKOVICH Eureka Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from Humboldt State College; Bowles Hall. GEORGE CHEW Oakland Letters and Science —Mathematics Pi Alpha Phi; Chinese Students ' Club. WILLIAM G. CHINN San Francisco Letters and Science — Mathematics Transfer from San Francisco Junior College. DOROTHY ANNE CHIPCHASE Berkeley Commerce — Business Administration Delta Zeta; Phi Chi Theta; Honor Student; Pelican (1) (2); Bureau of Public Relations (2) (3)(4); Counseling (2) (3) (4); Newman Club; Class Committees. PETER SHERMAN CHONG San Francisco Commerce — Banking and Finance Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Chinese Students ' Club. CHING-WU CHOU Tientsin, China Letters and Science — Economics International House. LLOYD FRIDELL CHRISTENSEN Hanford Letters and Science —Zoology Bowles Hall; Baton; A.S.U.C. Band. PETER CHUNG YING CHUE Oakland Agriculture —Plant Pathology Phi Epsilon Chi; Pi Alpha Phi; President ' s Reception Committee; President ' s Student Advisory Committee, Director; Chinese Students ' Club. BONNIE JEAN CLARK Hanford Letters and Science —Decorative Art International House; Guild of Applied Arts; Pi Lambda Theta; Honor Student. CORNELIA CLARK San Francisco Letters and Science — Political Science Kappa Alpha Theta; Honor Student. ELIZABETH ELDEN CLARK Berkeley Letters and Science —Zoology Delta Zeta; Counseling (2) (3). ETHELYNNE MAE CLARK Berkeley Letters and Science — International Relations Alpha Gamma Delta; Panile; Music Council; Treble Clef; A.S.U.C. Card Sales; Assembly Dance Committee; W.A.A.; Winter Sports Club; Class Committees. EVELETH CLARK Pasadena Letters and Science — Public Administration Delta Gamma; Pi Sigma Alpha; Honor Student; Personnel; Intramural Sports. KATHRYN FRANCES CLARKE Laytonville Letters and Science —General Curriculum Alpha Omicron Pi; Blue and Gold; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; Y.W.C.A.; Class Committees. JOHN HENRY CLINE Santa Paula Engineering — Civil Engineering. GEORGE MALCOLM CLUTE Pasadena Commerce —Foreign Trade Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Theta Xi; Phi Phi. ROBERT TRUSTEN COATS Yuba City Letters and Science — Political Science Transfer from Yuba Junior College; Phi Delta Theta. CATHERINE COBB Berkeley Letters and Science — Public Speaking Alpha Phi; Mortar Board; Prytanean; Theta Sigma Phi; Torch and Shield; Ace of Clubs; Activity Council; Pan-Hellenic, President; Blue and Gold; Orientations. HAROLD HARDY COCHRAN Berkeley Agriculture —Forestry Transfer from San Bernardino Junior College; Masonic Club Council, President; Forestry Club. All-American Reinhard roars through the line to stop the Trojan ball carrier 77 WILLIAM FRANCIS COCH RAN Oakland Letters and Science —Political Science Plti Tau. ROBERT ELLSWORTH COCKBURN Santa Monica Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Transfer front U.C.L.A.• Scabbard and Blade; Gymnastics (1); Wrestling; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. EDITH MAY COFFEY Rivera Letters and Science —Zoology Transfer front Whittier College; Intramural Sports Y.W.C.A.; Dormitory Council. JEROME COHEN San Francisco Letters and Science — Political Science Pi Sigma Alpha; Honor Student. JOSEPH COHEN Oakland Letters and Science — Criminal Investigation Hillel Foundation. ROBERT JOSEPH COHN San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Little Theatre; Track•, Swimming; Debating (3). VICTOR EUGENE COLE Long Beach Engineering — Civil Engineering Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Fraternity Scholastic Honor Society; Honor Student. FRANCES COLEBERD South San Francisco Letters and Science —Social Economics Public Health Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; Phrateres• Advertising Service Bureau; Counseling. S. BRIGGS COLLETT Shasta Dam Commerce International House; Bachelordan; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma. ALVARO LOUIS COLLIN Santa Monica Engineering —Civil Engineering Transfer front U.C.L.A.; Chi Epsilon; American Society of Civil Engineers. BERN ICE COLLINS San Francisco Letters and Science —French Pi Delta Phi; Pi Lambda Theta; Honor Student; International House Member; Utrimque. MARY ELIZABETH COLLINS Berkeley Letters and Science — Economics Women ' s Executive ' Board• Women ' s Activity Council. Welfare Council; Housing Board; Student Health Committee; President ' s Reception Committee. JAMES WILLIAM COLQUHOUN, JR. San Diego Commerce —Accounting. FRANCES RUSSELL COLT Pasadena Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer front ' U.C.L.A.• Kappa Phi Zeta; Phrateres. ROBERT M. COMAN Yerba Buena Island Letters and Science — General Curriculum Phi Gamma Delta; Crew (1). EDWARD MALCOLM COMPTON Bakersfield Letters and Science —Art Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College; Delta Epsilon. ALICE MYRTLE CONNER Monterey Park Letters and Science —Anthropology Pi Lambda Theta; Honor Student. DONALD IRVING CONRAD Oakland Engineering —Electrical Engineering Pi Tau Pi ' Sigma ' American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JOHN CHARLES CONVERSE Berkeley Agriculture —Forestry Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Forestry Club. EUGENE GILES COOK Sacramento Commerce Bowles Hall; Housing Board. ARTHUR HENRY COOKE Huntington Park Enginee ring —Civil Engineering Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Civil Engineers. WALTER HEN I NG COOLEY Healdsburg Commerce —Economics Bowles Hall; Big " C " Society; Crew Manager (4); University Life Saving Carps; Varsity Rowing Club. MAURICE ROBERT COOMBS Bakersfield Letters and Science —International Relations Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College; Delta Phi Epsilon, JANE COOPER San Bernardino Letters and Science —Political Science Alpha Omicron Pi; Pelican; Intramural Sports; Y.W.C.A. CHARLES S. COPELAND Oakland Commerce —Accounting Transfer from San Diego State College. SARAH BOUTON COPLEN Berkeley Agriculture —Nutrition Transfer from Western Reserve College; Home Economics Club. NATHAN LUCIUS CORNELL, JR. Merced Letters and Science —Criminology Transfer from the University of San ' Francisco- Delta Tau Delta, JANE ELLEN CORTNER Oakland Letters and Science —H istory Blue and Gold (2); Class Committees; College Wonien ' s Club Juniors. KATHLEEN AGNES COSTELLO San Francisco Letters and Science — Political Science Transfer from San Francisco College for ' Women ' California Engineer; Little Theatre Property Staff, Make-up Staff; Advertising Service Bureau. LADENE DUANE COTTLE Oakland Letters and Science — Public Speaking Prytanean; Blue and Gold; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet (3), Executive Committee (4); Counseling; College Women ' s Club Juniors. E. ELEANOR COTTRELL Vista Letters and Science Transfer from Los Angeles City College; International House; Honor Student. Sigma Kappa ' Si WINTHROP I INGSFORD COXE San Diego Letters and Science —Zoology Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Del ' Rey• Honor Student; Assembly Dance Committee; Intramural Sports. 78 HAVILAND COYLE Berkeley Alpha Chi Omega; Iota Sigma Pi; Honor Student. JANE CRAIG Lakeport Letters and Science —General Curriculum Zeta Tau Alpha; Blue and Gold; Bureau of Public Relations; Rally Committee; Personnel; Intramural Sports; Class Committees. WARREN LLOYD CRAIG Piedmont Letters and Science —Political Science Winged Helmet; Big " C " Society; Quarterdeck; Track (2) (3)(4); Cross Country (3) (4). WESLEY POSEY CRAIG Piedmont Letters and Science — International Relaticns Winged Helmet; Big " C " Society; Quarterdeck; Track (2) (3) (4); Cross Country (3) (4). BARBARA FRANCES CRAMER Alameda Letters and Science —H istory Chi Omega; Prytanean; Panile; Torch and Shield; Women ' s Executive Board, Secretary; Activity Council, Secretary; Blue and Gold; Little Theatre; Y.W.C.A. LIONEL LEROY CRANDALL San Diego Engineering — Civil Engineering Transfer from San Diego State College; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Honor Student; Student Advisory Board; American Society of Civil Engineers. PAUL WYTHE CRAP UCHETTES San Mateo Transfer from Marin Junior College; Honor Student; Congress; Chemistry Club. FRANCES DEE CRAWFORD San Francisco Letters and Science — Biochemistry Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; Phrateres. ROBERT CHRISTOPHER CRE I G H TO N Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Pi Sigma Alpha; Little Theatre. GENEVIEVE GAMMELL CRISS Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Kappa Delta; Prytanean; Activity Council; Phrateres; Honor Student; Bureau of Public Relations, Assistant Director; President ' s Student Advisory Committee, Director. RALPH SHANNON CROCKER Alameda Letters and Science — Economics. HOMER1OREN CROOKS Corning Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Chico State Col lege; Boxing Manager (3); American Society of Mechanical Engineers. WILLIAM ED CROSBY Waldron, Arkansas Letters and Science —Political Science Pi Sigma Alpha; Masonic Club; Criminology Club; Library Club. THURSTON J. CROSSLAND El Centro Commerce —Foreign Trade Transfer from El Centro Junior College; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Football Manager (2). JACQUELINE JUNE CROUCH West Los Angeles Letters and Science —English Terrace Lodge; Newman Club. W. BRUCE CROWLEY Oakland Engineering —Mechanical Engineering. DORIS ANNE CU NE0 Berkeley Letters and Science —Mathematics Pi Lambda Theta; Pi Mu Epsilon; Honor Students Council; Housing Board; Counseling; W.A.A.; Winter Sports Club. ROY CHARLES CUNNINGHAM Berkeley Commerce Sigma Phi Epsilon; Track (1) (3) (4). MARIAN JEAN CUSTER Covina Letters and Science — General Curriculum. ALTERO D ' AGOSTINI Plymouth Letters and Science —Economics Honor Student; Students ' Advisory Bureau; Congress. NORMA ANN DAILEY San Francisco Letters and Science —Decorative Art Transfer from San Francisco College for Women; Alpha Delta Pi. GEORGE POLLOCK DALE Point Loma Letters and Science —Optometry Transfer from U.S. Naval Academy; Omega Delta; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Masonic Club. ANNETTE EILEEN DALY Eureka Letters and Science — Political Science Gamma Phi Beta. LOUIS RAYMOND DAMSKEY, JR. Berkeley Letters and Science —Chemistry Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Phi Kappa Psi; American Chemical Society; Rugby Club; Young Republican League. Chemistry Chemistry Juniors unpack their winter woolies to march into the Pajamarino rally 79 ROBERT EPHRIAM DAN NENBERG, JR. San Francisco Engineering —Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautics Institute of Aeronautical Sciences; Society of American Military Engineers, Secretary. RICHARD FRANK DARMSTED Oakland Engineering — Electrical Engineering Honor Student. EDMUND ALBIN DASILVEI RA Gustine Letters and Science —General Curriculum Sigma Delta Pi; Honor Student; Daily Californian; Orientations Council. PAUL JOSEPH DAUM Steward, Illinois Letters and Science — Physics Class Committees; Newman Club. THOMAS JOSEPH DAVIES Chula Vista Agriculture —Agricultural Economics Transfer from San Diego State College; Alpha Zeta; Newman Club, Social Chairman; 4-H Club. ALICE BROOKS DAVIS Woodlake Agriculture —Home Economics. ARTHUR H U BERT DAVIS Oakland Mining —Petroleum Engineering. DONALD WALTER DAVIS Ceres Agriculture —Entomology Transfer from Modesto Junior College. ORRIS DAVIS Santa Ana Chem istry Transfer from Santa Ana Junior College; Alpha Chi Sigma; Sigma Xi; Honor Student. RALPH HENRY DAVIS San Francisco Engineering —Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. WILLIAM ROBERTSON DAVIS San Francisco Letters and Science --General Curriculum Honor Students Council; Student Advisory Bureau. CLOYD 0. DAWSON Oakland Commerce Sigma Chi; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Tru-Une; A.S.U.C. Executive Committee; Yell Leader (1) (2) (3), Varsity (4); Senior Peace Committee; President ' s Reception Committee. LAWRENCE S. DEACON Lakeport Letters and Science —Music Baton; A.S.U.C. Band, Student Director; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. DOUGLAS DOLMAN DEAPER San Francisco Commerce —Foreign Trade Honor Student. JOSEPH ANTHONY DE CHRISTOFORO Sacramento Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Barrington Hall; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau; Class Committees. NATALE CHESTER D eG 10 BBI Tuolumne Letters and Science —H istory. ALVA EUGENE DeGROFF Los Angeles Letters and Science —Political Science Sheridan Hall. GEORGE HERBERT DeKAY Berkeley Agriculture —Forestry Swimming (1)(2); Big " C " Guard; Masonic Club; Forestry Club; Class Committees. DAVID BLISS DEKKER Glendale Letters and Science —Mathematics Transfer from Glendale Junior College; Oxford Hall; Pi Mu Epsilon; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau. GERBEN HENRY DEKKER Berkeley Commerce —Accountancy. ROBERT HAROLD DELAHAY Ottawa, Canada Engineering —Mechanical Engineering. LOUIS A. DELANEY Oakland Letters and Science —Public Administration Golden Bear; Phi Epsilon Chi; Senate; Proskopoi; Welfare Council; Housing Board, Chairman; Labor Board; University Chorus; Y.M.C.A.; California Club; Student Workers Federation. EDWARD TALMA de LANOY Berkeley Commerce Abracadabra; Baton; A.S.U.C. Band; Cal Day at the Fair. JOHN DELEHANTY Burlingame Commerce Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MARY ANNE DELMORE Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Alpha Xi Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Prytanean; Pi Sigma Alpha; Honor Student; Activity Council; California Engineer, Women ' s Director; A.S.U.C. Reception Committee; Philorthian; A.S.U.C. Handbook, Personnel Manager. CHARLES DAVID DeMARIA McKeon Engineering — Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon. RUTH CLAIRE DEMME Hanford Letters and Science — General Curriculum Sigma Kappa. HARRY WALKER DEPEW Los Angeles Letters and Science — Pre-Medical Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Sheridan Hall; Alpha Gamma Sigma; Luther Club, President. JANE ALICE DEWELL Berkeley Letters and Science —Decorative Art Delta Gamma; Guild of Applied Arts; Delta Chi Alpha; Y.W.C.A.; Personnel. ROBERT KNIGHT DEWH I RST Berkeley Letters and Science — Economics Honor Student. CHARLES GERALD VICTOR LEONARD DAVIS DeCARLI Los Angeles Petaluma Letters and Science Engineering — English —Electrical Engineering Mask and Dagger; Transfer from Santa Rosa Hammer and Dimmer; Junior College; Little Theatre; Barrington Hall. Radio Commission. 80 RUTH LOIS DIBBLE Berkeley Letters and Science —Decorative Art Panile; Delta Chi Alpha; California Club; Y.W.C.A.; Class Committees; Winter Sports Club. BENJAMIN JEROME DIEDEN Berkeley Letters and Science —Dramatic Literature Little Theatre; • Winter Sports Club. MARGUERITE RUTH DIETRICH Richmond Commerce — Economics Phrateres; College Women ' s Club Juniors. E. FREEMAN DILL San Diego Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Psi Upsilon; Winged Helmet; Circle " C " Society; California Cannoneers; Basketball; American Society of Mechanica l Engineers. JOHN ALEXANDER DIXON El Centro Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from El Centro Junior College; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Y.M.C.A.; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. MARY DIXON Berkeley Letters and Science —Decorative Art Delta Chi Alpha; Student Health Committee. WILLIAM CLARANCE DIXON Oakla nd Letters and Science — Economics Circle " C " Society; Basketball; Track; U.C. Life Saving Corps; Y.M.C.A. MILDRED MARGARET DOAN San Francisco Letters and Science —H istory Beta Sigma Omicron; California Engineer; Treble Clef; W.A.A. ROBERT LOWRY DOBSON San Francisco Letters and Science — Medical Science Phi Chi; Proskopoi; Honor Student. FREDRIKA ANN DOELKER Oakland Letters and Science — Political Science Alpha Phi; Senior Sings; Phrateres. STUART R. DOLE Hammonton Letters and Science — Political Science Abracadabra; Ski Team (2) (3), Captain (4); Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Ski Union, Secretary- Treasurer; Winter Sports Club, President. CHARLES ALBERT DONOHOE Berkeley Commerce —Accounting Varsity Football. ALEX DONSKER Sacramento Letters and Science —Journalism Transfer from College of Pacific; Daily Californian. MARYALICE DONZEL Belvedere Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from Marin Junior College; Alpha Phi; University Chorus; Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports. ESTHER DORFMAN Oakland Letters and Science — German H i I lel Foundation; German Club; Y.W.C.A. ROBERT McDONALD DO RW I N San Francisco Commerce Soccer. ALICE H I DEKO DOTEMOTO Suisun Letters and Science — Optometry Transfer from Sacramento Junior College DANIEL DAVID DOTTA, JR. Loyalton Agriculture —Forestry Transfer from Santa Rose Junior College; Forestry Club. ELLSWORTH CHARLES DOUGHERTY Berkeley Letters and Science —Zoology Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Xi; Grizzly. HELEN LOUISE DOWD El Centro Letters and Science — Public Speaking Alpha Gamma Delta; Prytanean; Women ' s Activity Council; Music Council; Treble Clef, Manager (4); Stare Board; Personnel. RAYMOND FRANCIS DOYLE Fresno Commerce — Accounting Sigma Phi Epsilon; Crew (1). DANIEL W. DRAKE Pasadena Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Circle " C " Society; Phi Epsilon Chi; Swimming; Water Polo; Engineers Council; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. GRACE EVERETT SCOTT DI NSDALE DOE Manteca Sunland Letters and Science Agriculture — General Curriculum —Forestry International House. Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Forestry Club, Vice-President Pelican managers smile over the long list of advertisers in a recent issue of the magazine 81 AILEEN DRESSER Lindsay Commerce Transfer from Fresno State College; Bon Haven; Women ' s Orchestra. LEWIS EMILE DREYFOUS San Francisco Commerce — Acc ounting Transfer from San Francisco Junior College. ROSE THOMASINE DUANE San Francisco Letters and Science —Bacteriology. FORREST AUSTIN DUBOIS Woodland Agriculture —Agriculutral Economics Big " C " Society; Circle " C " Society; Alpha Zeta; Crew (1) (2) (3) (4); Football (1); Boxing (2) (3). HARRY S. DUBOIS Lancaster Commerce —Business Administration Crew (1) (2) (3) (4); Varsity Rowing Club. ANNE MARIE DU BOST Paso Robles Letters and Science — Bacteriology Stebbins Hall; Y.W.C.A. DOROTHY ANNE DUHRING Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Alpha Phi; Mortar Board; Prytanean; Panile; Theta Sigma Phi; Activity Council; Daily Californian, Associate Editor (4); President ' s Reception Com- mittee; Intramural Board. HELEN JEANNE U LI K San Francisco Letters and Science —German Honor Student; Personnel; Utrimque. EDITH LOUISE DUMOND Richmond Letters and Science — Physical Education, Hygiene Nu Sigma Psi; Honor Student; Personnel (1) (2) (3); W.A.A.; Education Club; Physical Education Majors ' Club. WILLIAM R. DUNCAN Larkspur Letters and Science —Chemistry Transfer from Marin Junior College; American Chemical Society. DEAN EDWARD DUNNICLIFF Dixon Letters and Science — Political Science Phi Gamma Delta; Winged Helmet; Skull and Keys; Basketball Manager (2) (3); I nterfratern ity Council. JAMES BERGMAN DUPUIS Richmond Engineering — Civil Engineering Transfer front Santa Barbara State College; American Society of Civil Engineers. JUNE MAE DORM Vallejo Letters and Science — General Curriculum Beta Phi Alpha. DORIS MARIE DWYER La Cresc enta Letters and Science — H istory Transfer front Glendale Junior College; Piedmont Place; Phi Lambda Theta; Honor Student. LEO EDWARD DWYER San Anselmo Engineering —Mechanical Engineering. JEANNETTE DAVIS EASTMAN Pasadena Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Alpha Chi Omega; Prytanean, President; Hammer and Coffin; Pelican. PAULINE MATEEL EDDINGTON Glendale Letters and Science —Public Health Transfer from Glendale Junior College; Dormitory Council. KATHRYN ANN EDDLEMAN South Pasadena Letters and Science —Psychology Transfer from Pasadena Junior College. GRACE GOWAN EDGAR Oak land Letters and Science —H i story Phrateres. HAROLD JOHN EDING Tupinan Chemistry American Chemical Society. ADELE ASSAD EDWARDS West Los Angeles Letters and Science —Decorative Art Delta Chi Alpha; Little Theatre; Bureau of Public Relations; Orientations; Counseling; Y.W.C.A.; Radio Commission. HAROLD FORD EDWARDS Oroville Agriculture — Agricultural Economics Baton; A.S.U.C. Band; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Masonic Club. RAYMOND D. EDWARDS Glendale Letters and Science — Economics Transfer from Glendale Junior College; Theta Xi; Football; Tennis; Intramural Sports; Class Committees. RUTH I. EDWARDS Pacific Grove Letters and Science —Decorative Art Transfer from Salinas Junior College; Delta Chi Alpha; Plymouth House. OLIVE FERNE EGAN San Francisco Commerce —Economics W.A.A., Vice-President; Golf Manager; IntramuralBoard; Commerce Association; Masonic Club; Class Committees, VERNA GLADYS EGILBERT Oakland Letters and Science — H istory Alpha Gamma Delta; Pelican; Elections Council; University Symphony Orchestra; Y.W.C.A.; Women ' s Orchestra; Class Committees; Crop and Saddle; Masonic Club. WILLIAM KNOX EHMCICE San Diego Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from San Diego State College. ELIZABETH JEAN ELBERG Sacramento Letters and Science — Decorative Art Alpha Omicron Pi; Panile; Blue and Gold; Little Theatre Costume Staff; A.S.U.C. Card Sales; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; A.S.U.C. Social Committee. SYDNEY ALTER HOPE WHITNEY DUCKER DUVENECK Los Angeles Los Altos Letters and Science Letters and Science —General Curriculum —Political Science Transfer from Santa Transfer front Reed Col lege; Monica Junior College; Delta Gamma; Y.W.C.A.; Barrington Hall. Intramural Sports; Class Committees. LESTER LEROY ALICE ERNESTINE EDMAN EHRENFELT Turlock Belvedere Commerce Agriculture —Economics —Dietetics Transfer from Modesto Transfer front Marin Junior College; Junior Col lege; Commerce Club. International House; Home Economics Club. 82 ROBERT EDGAR ELCOCK Oakland Agriculture —Agricultural Economics Alpha Zeta; Masonic Club. RALPH H I LBO RN ELIASER San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Zeta Beta Tau; Daily Californian Sports Staff; Young Democrats Club. SAMUEL WEAVER ELKINS San Francisco Letters and Science —Zoology Alpha Sigma Phi; Honor Student; Baseball Manager (3). FREDERIC ELKUS, JR. Sacramento Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Sacramento Junior Col lege; International House; Daily Californian. ROBERT RAYMOND ELLEDGE Pcrtervi Ile Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Porterville Junior College; Honor Student. ROSEMARY ELLIS Berkeley Letters and Science — Economics Alpha Xi Delta; Panile; Honor Student; Pelican; A.S.U.C. Card Sales; Y.W.C.A.; Counseling; Intramural Sports; Class Committees. WINIFRED DOROTHY ELLIS Highland Park Letters and Science —Spanish. THOMAS NELSON ELMENDORF Los Angeles Letters and Science — General Curriculum Delta Upsilon; Winged Helmet; Skull and Keys; Fraternity Scholastic Honor Society; Football; Rugby. GLENN LLOYD EMBREE Pasadena Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; White Shingles; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. OTIS MORELAND EMBREE Patterson Commerce — Accounting California Cannoneers. ELEANOR MAY ENG Taft Letters and Science —Mathematics Transfer from Taft Junior College. ALICE ELIZABETH ENGER Sacramento Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Phi Mu; Little Theatre; W.A.A.; Crop and Saddle; Class Committees. JOSEPHINE ELIZABETH ENOKSON Berkeley Letters and Science —Public Speaking Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; North Gables; W.A.A.; Christian Science S ociety; Readers ' Club, President. MARGARET LEE ERDMAN Berkeley Letters and Science — Economics Pi Phi Delta; Honor Student; Y.W.C.A.; Counseling. CLARA VIOLA ER I KSEN Berkeley Letters and Science —Economics Pi Phi Delta; International House, Associate Member. GERTRUDE VICTORIA ER I KSON Oakland Letters and Science —General Curriculum Honor Student. DONALD EDWARD ERSKINE Mill Valley Agriculture —Entomology. PAUL BAKER ERSKINE Los Angeles Engineering — Civil Engineering Transfer from Los Angeles City College. RICHARD W. ERSKINE Los Angeles Letters and Science —Economics Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau. FERNANDO ESCOBAR Bogota, Colombia Letters and Science — Architecture Transfer from National University, Colombia; Circle " C " Society; Soccer. INGA DOROTHY ESKELSEN Fresno Letters and Science —General Curriculum. ANTO I NETTE MARTHA ESPINOSA San Francisco Letters and Science —Spanish Transfer from San Francisco State College; Phrateres; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; International House, Associate Member; Latin American Association; Newman Club. DONALD GRAINGER FRANK SHINICHI ELLIS ENDO Oakland Salinas Letters and Science Engineering —General Curriculum —Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma; Japanese Students ' Club; Interfraternity Council; American Institute of President ' s Fraternity Electrical Engineers. Advisory Council. President McPherson makes President Sproul Associated Student Number One at a Greek Theater meeting 83 , " • 84 (1). ALICE VIRGINIA EVANS Berkeley Letters and Science — Public Speaking Transfer from Mary Baldwin College; Philorthian, Vice- President; Treble Clef; Y.W.C.A.; U.C. Bible League, Editor. CHARLES MANDERSON EVANS Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Phi Kappa Sigma; Weight Basketball (4); Golf (1); Swimming DOROTHY PEARL ESTEP Snelling Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Beta Phi Alpha; Prytanean; Women ' s " C " Society; Nu Sigma Psi; A.S.U.C. Executive Committee; W.A.A., President; P.E. Majors Club, Vice-President. BETTY EVELAND Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science. AUDREY EVERENDEN Berkeley Letters and Science — Bacteriology Honor Student. DOLORES MAXINE EVERSON Oakland Letters and Science — Decorative Art Sigma Kappa Phi; Secretary to A.S.U.C. Vice-President and Women ' s Representative; Architecture Association. BEATRICE LILLIAN EWERS Berkeley Letters and Science — Bacteriology Transfer from Colorado State College of Education; Honor Student; Women ' s Orchestra; International House, Associate Member. MARGARET VIOLA EWING San Francisco Letters and Science — Art Transfer from San Francisco State College; Beta Sigma Omicron; Little Theatre Art Staff; Personnel (2); W.A.A. (1); Vocational Guidance BERNARD J. FAAS San Diego Mining Transfer from San Diego State College; Varsity Ice Hockey. JOHN HUGO FABRETTI Sacramento Commerce Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Barrington Hall; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau; Commerce Association; Class Committee. BEATRICE EDITH FAHNESTALK Potter Valley Letters and Science —Eng lish Sigma Sigma Pi; Honor Student; Students ' Advisory Bureau; Wesley Foundation; Maison Francaise. LAURA SELMA FAI N Antioch Letters and Science — Political Science Alpha Gamma Delta; Penile; Pi Alpha Sigma; Blue and Gold (2) (3); Daily Californian; Intramural Sports; W.A.A.; President ' s Reception Committee; Class Committees. JOHN DOWDEN FAIR Gilroy Agriculture —Forestry Alpha Zeta; Xi Sigma Pi. BOB FRANCIS FAIRCHILD Berkeley Letters and Science — H istory Phi Epsilon Chi; Football (1); Rambler Football (2) (3); Track (1). ROBERT W. FAI RMAN San Francisco Commerce —Economics Phi Sigma 1(appa; Daily Californian (1); Bureau of Public Relations; A.S.U.C. Card Sales; Assembly Dance Committee; Pershing Rifles. DONALD JAMES FALK Eureka Letters and Science — Economics. HEDWIG WILSON FALKELL Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Prytanean; Panile; Pi Alpha Sigma; Hammer and Coffin; Daily Californian; Pelican (2) (3); Class Committees. RUSSELL MACY FALT Oakland Letters and Science — Music Glee Club (4). ILA MERLE FARRELL Waterford Letters and Science — History Transfer from Modesto Junior College; Phi Mu; Honor Student; Elections Council (3). RICHARD ARMS FAY Venice Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Honor Student. JAMES ALOIS FELC H LI N Oakland Letters and Science —General Curriculum Sigma Chi; Rugby; Ski Team, Manager (3); Big " C " Guard; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Class Committees. DOROTHY LUCILE FELKNOR Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Alpha Xi Delta. MARTIN FELSENTHAL San Francisco Mining —Petroleum Engineering Sheridan Hall; California Engineer; Mining Association; Winter Sports Club. CHARLES WILLIAM FENDER, JR. Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Sophomore Class Secretary-Treasurer; A.S.U.C. Band; Y.M.C.A., President; P.S.A.C., Director GASPER M. B. FERRARA Escondido Letters and Science — Economics Transfer from San Diego State College; Ice Hockey Manager (4). CAL FERRIS Los Angeles Agriculture — Forestry Transfer from Davis; Alpha Kappa Lambda; Circle " C " Society; Scabbard and Blade; Xi Sigma Pi; Basketball; Baseball; Intramural Sports; U.C. Flying Club. ROBERT B. FINLEY, JR. Burlingame Letters and Science — Zoology International House; Honor Student. KATHARINE LOUISE FISCHER Upland Letters and Science —English Transfer from Chaffey Junior College; Prytanean; A.S.U.C. Executive Committee; Women ' s Representative; Women ' s Executive Board; Women ' s Judicial Committee; Y.W.C.A. FRANCIS B. FISHER Long Beach Chemistry Transfer from Long Beach Junior College. WILLIAM STANTON FISHER Merced Letters and Science —Dramatic Literature Sigma Phi; Mask and Dagger; Hammer and Dimmer; Little Theatre (1)(2)(3)(4). JACK STANLEY FISHMAN Los Angeles Letters and Science — Political Science Circle " C " Society; Alpha Phi Omega; Football; Basketball; Baseball (1); Gymnastics; Handball; Bureau of Public Relations; U.C. Flying Club; Radio Commission. • LESLIE FISHMAN Los Angeles Letters and Science — Economics Phi Epsilon Chi; Welfare Council; Forensics Council; Debating; Labor Board. JOHN JAY FISKE, JR. Coulterville —Electrical Engineering Transfer from Modesto Junior College; International House; Assembly Dance Committee; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. JANET FITCH Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Theta Upsilon; Blue and Gold (2); Counseling (2). SIDNEY JOSEPH FLATEAU Berkeley Commerce —Economics, Business Administration Y.M.C.A.; Commerce Association; Negro Student Club; Newman Club; International House, Associate Member. EDWARD DONALD FLEC KEN STEI N Oakland Engineering —Electrical Engineering Transfer from St. Mary ' s College; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. GORDON HOWARD FLEMING San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Pi Delta Epsilon; Daily Californian Sports Staff (1) (2)(3); Crew (1); Hot Music Society; Masonic Club. MARIAN FLEMING Berkeley Letters and Science —Medical Science Honor Student; Masonic Club; Pre-Med Club. RAYMOND CREFFIELD FLEMING San Francisco Mining — M ining Engineering Blue and Gold (2)(3); A.S.U.C. Card Sales Committee; Mining Association. DOROTHY FLINT Lynwood Agriculture —Home Economics Transfer from University of Southern California. DOROTHEA RUTH FLYNN Alameda Letters and Science —Psychology Delta Gamma. JEAN KATHERINE FOLEY Berkeley Agriculture — Home Economics Phi Mu; Counseling (3); W.A.A. (1); Newman Club; Home Economics Club. JACK CONRAD FOLKS Los Angeles Engineering —Electrical Engineering Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Theta Chi; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Flying Club. GEORGE KEELER FOLSOM Reno, Nevada Commerce — Economics Transfer from University of Nevada; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. ALLA DORA FONG Berkeley Chemistry Chinese Students ' Club; Iota Sigma Pi; Honor Student; American Chemical Society. PAUL SUEY FONG, JR. Sacramento Engineering —Civil Engineering Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Chinese Students ' Club; American Society of Civil Engineers. JOHN RAYMOND FONTENROSE Berkeley Commerce Circle " C " Society, Secretary; Basketball; Cross Country. CARL THEODORE FOORMAN, JR. San Francisco Chemistry Transfer from Stanford University; Scabbard and Blade; Honor Student; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; American Chemical Society. EVELYN NORWOOD FOOTE Grass Valley Letters and Science —History Alpha Phi. DOUGLAS GRAY FORBES Honolulu, T. H. Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Football (1); Swimming (1); Big " C " Guard; Vigilante; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Society of American Military Engineers. BETTY JANE FORCE Salinas Letters and Science — Education Transfer from Salinas Junior College; Concord Hall. EARL RAYMOND FORD Los Angeles Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Big " C " Society, President; Executive Committee; Athletic Council, Chairman; Basketball; Track. JOHN ALYN FOSTER San Bernardino Agriculture —Soil Science WILBERT BERNARD FOUNTAIN Oakland Letters and Science — History Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Lambda Phi; Golden Bear; Phi Epsilon Chi; Fraternity Scholastic Honor Society; Publicati ons Council; Blue and Gold, Editor Senior Peace Com- mittee Rally Committee; Tennis President ' s Reception Committee. LESTER ALEXANDER FOURNESS Broderick Letters and Science —Optometry Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Omega Delta. KATHLEEN FORDYCE FOX Berkeley Letters and Science — Political Science Zeta Tau Alpha; Pan-Hellenic; Little Theatre; Housing Board (2)(3); Sub-Chairman (4); Class Committees. Rushing season is culminated when pledges greet their new sisters for the first time 85 SANFORD WILLIAM FOX San Francisco Engineering —Mechanical Engineering. MILTON FRANK, JR. San Francisco Letters and Science —Radio Broadcasting Barrington Hall; Baton; A.S.U.C. Band; Radio Commission. PETER ROBERT FRAN K Los Angeles Letters and Science —Political Science Zeta Beta Tau. PAUL J. FRANKLIN Los Angeles Letters and Science —General Curriculum Delta Kappa Epsilon; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta; Varsity Football. HELEN JEAN FREDERICKSON Phoenix, Arizona Nursing —Public Health Nursing Theta Upsilon; Counseling; University Chorus. NIELS A. FREDERII(SEN Arroyo Grande Letters and Science —Art. EDWIN RUTHVEN FREEMAN, JR. Oakland Letters and Science —International Relations Senate; Library Club. MURIEL HELEN FREY Burlingame Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; Delta Zeta; Intramural Sports; Class Committees. RITA MARIE FREY Pasadena Letters and Science —General Curriculum. KENNETH EUGENE FRICK Bakersfield Agriculture —Agricultural Economics Bowles Hall. LILLIAN E. FRIED San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics Pi Phi Delta; Y.W.C.A.; Personnel (1); Counseling (1) (2) (3); Women ' s Discussions Group (1) (2); Class Committees. MILDRED B. FRISBEY Oakland Letters and Science —Art Blue and Gold. DOUGLAS CHARLES FRISENDAHL Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Glee Club; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. ADELAIDE WILLIAMS FRISOU Oakland Letters and Science —General Curriculum. ELLEN FRITH Long Beach Commerce —Economics Kappa Delta; Pi Alpha Sigma; Daily Californian; Pelican; Class Committees. EDITH ROBERTA FRITZ Berkeley Letters and Science —Zoology Delta Delta Delta; Honor Student; Elections Council (2) (3); Freshman Sunday Supper; Personnel; Counseling; Intramural Board; W.A.A.; Flying Club; Class Committees. FAY ALLEN FROOM Los Angeles Chemistry Kappa Sigma; Tri-Une; Skull and Keys; Track. ABE MEGUMI FUJI Salinas Letters and Science — Public Speaking Transfer from Salinas Junior College; Japanese Student Club; Boxing; Student Workers ' Federation. CH USAN CLIFFORD FUJIMOTO Watsonville Letters and Science — Zoology Japanese Student Club. VERNA JO FULTON Susanville Letters and Science —Public Speaking Thalian; Daily Californian; Grizzly; Counseling; A.S.U.C. Reception Committee; Dormitory Council. GEORGE DERN FUNG Oakland Letters and Science —General Curriculum Pi Alpha Phi; Chinese Students ' Club, President. LOIS MARGUERITE FUNK Santa Maria Letters and Science — Decorative Art Transfer from Santa Maria Junior College; Guild of Applied Arts; Delta Chi Alpha; Honor Student; Little Theatre. MARION GABBERT Berkeley Letters and Science — Education Grizzly Editorial Board (2) (3); Y.W.C.A. WILLIAM PEACE GADDIS, JR. Berkeley Letters anti Science — Anthropology Delta Tau Delta; Quarterdeck; Track Manager (2) (3). HARRIET MAY GADSDEN Oakland Letters and Science — Art Gamma Phi Beta; Panile; Delta Epsilon; Honor Student; Pelican; Treble Clef; A.S.U.C. Card Sales Committee; Y.W.C.A.; Class Committees; Winter Sports Club. ANDREW LEO GAITAN Hanford Letters and Science —Spanish and French Transfer from Visalia Junior College; Newman Club; Spanish Club. VIRGINIA LEE GALBRAITH Los Angeles Letters and Science — Economics. CHARLES FREDERICK GALLAGHER Long Beach Mining —Petroleum Engineering Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; International House; American Association of Engineers; Mining Association. GEORGE ALEXANDER GAMMON Berkeley Letters and Science — Physical Education, Hygiene Circle " C " Society; Basketball; P.E. Majors ' Club. JANE ESTELLE GANNAW Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from University of Southern California; Delta Zeta; W.A.A.; Newman Club. CLIFFORD LAMAR GANT Livingston Commerce —Accounting Beta Alpha Psi; Baseball (1) (2); Masonic Club. ALLEN JAMES GARBER, JR. Arcadia Letters and Science —Geological Sciences Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Psi Chi; Theta Tau; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau. 86 WILLIAM FRANCIS GARBER Compton Letters and Science —Chemistry Transfer from Compton Junior College; Wesley Foundation; University of California Student Cooperative Association. PEGGY ANN GARCIA Fort Thomas, Kentucky Letters and Science —Bacteriology, Zoology Zeta Tau Alpha; Blue and Gold (2); Pelican (1); Little Theatre (1); A. S.U.C. Card Sales Committee (3)(4); Newman Club; Class Committees. PATRICIA MARGARET GARDELLA Richmond Letters and Science —Political Science Masonic Club. JOSEPH MATHER GARDNE R Dayton, Ohio Letters and Science —Astronomy Transfer from U.C.L.A. WILLIAM F. GARETSON Oakland Letters and Science — Physical Education Kappa Sigma; Big " C " Society; Skull and Keys; Basketball. DONALD ALAN GARRARD Richmond Commerce — Economics Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College; Water Polo. BRADLEY BURNETT GARRETSON Oakland Engineering — Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade; California Engineer; Glee Club; American Society of Civil Engineers. CATHERINE CRELLIN GARTHWAITE Berkeley Letters and Science —Decorative Art Alpha Phi; Little Theatre; Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports. ARTHUR DAVIS GASSAWAY Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Abracadabra; Winged Helmet; Big " C " Society; Crew (1)(2)(3)(4); President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Varsity Rowing Club; Class Committees. JOHN FRANCIS GAVIN Beverly Hills Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Honor Student; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. THEODORE H. GEBALLE San Francisco Chemistry Pi Mu Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade; Honor Students ' Council; Engineers ' Council. JANE ELLEN GENELLY Oakland Letters and Science — Zoology Prytanean; Pani le; Little Theatre; Y.W.C.A., Publicity Director; W.A.A. HAROLD LUTHER GENTRY Oxford, Ohio Agriculture — Forestry Alpha Zeta; Phi Sigma; Xi Sigma Pi; Honor Student; Forestry Club. WILLIAM DAVID GEORGE Whittier Commerce —Economics Circle " C " Society; Wrestling (1)(2)(3)(4). LOUISE GETTEMY San Rafael Letters and Science — Philosophy Transfer from Marin Junior College; Alpha Delta Pi; Elections Committee; Press Club; Class Committees. LOUIS JAMES GHILARDI Oakland Engineering — Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers. EVELYN VIRGINIA GIANATTI Crockett Letters and Science — Economics University Chorus; Counseling; Intramural Sports. WILLIAM REYNOLDS GIANELLI Stockton Engineering — Civil Engineering Sheridan Hall; Scabbard and Blade; American Society of Civil Engineers; Society of American Military Engineers; American Roadbui Iders Association. HOWARD DANIEL GIBSON Oakland Engineering —Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. VIOLA ELIZABETH GIBSON San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Beta Phi Alpha. BARBARA GIFFEN Sacramento Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from Sacramento Junior Col lege; Haste Lodge. NORMA LOU GILBERTSON Santa Paula Letters and Science —Psychology Blue and Gold (1)(2); Masonic Club. CLINTON CARR GILLIAM San Jose Letters and Science —Physics Scabbard and Blade; California Cannoneers. LAURA MAY G I L MAN Long Beach Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Phrateres; Treble Clef. Stub and the Bears arrive in Los Angeles well prepared for the Trojan encounter 87 RUTH ELEANOR GILMORE Santa Paula Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Transfer from Ventura Junior College; Treble Clef; W.A.A.; Newman Club; Orchesis. JULE LEE GINSBURG Pomona Letters and Science —Journalism Alpha Alpha; University Press Club. ADRIENNE LORRAINE GIRARD Monterey Letters and Science —H istory Education Club. NORMA GIRTZ Selma Letters and Science —General Curriculum. RAYMOND KERNS GLASSCOCK, JR. Fresno Letters and Science —Economics Theta Delta Chi; Debating (1); President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Senate; Class Committees. ALFRED BOULIGNY GLATHE Redwood City Letters and Science —Phi losophy Barrington Hall; A.S.U.C. Band (1). ALBERT VINCENT GLENN Brockton, Massachusetts Letters and Science —Optometry Lambda Chi Alpha; Omega Delta. MORRIS DAVID GL ICKFELD San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics Oxford Hall; Debating; Welfare Council; Peace Committee. 88 GERTRUDE AMELIA GOEBEL San Francisco Letters and Science — Political Science Beta Phi Alpha; Honor Student; Blue and Gold; Bureau of Public Relations; Orientations; Student Advisory Bureau; Masonic Club. GRAYCE FLORENCE GOELZER Berkeley Letters and Science — H istory Kappa Delta; Hammer and Dimmer; Little Theatre Managerial Staff, Art Staff, Stage Crew; A.S.U.C. Card Sales Committee; Class Committees. GERALD J. GOLDBERG Oakland Chemistry Pi Lambda Phi. ROBERT JULES GOLDEN Beverly Hills Commerce —Economics Zeta Beta Tau; Phi Epsilon Chi; Rugby; Interfraternity Council; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Big " C " Guard; Winter Sports Club; Class Committees. RICHARD N. GOLDMAN San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics Bowles Hall; Welfare Council; A.S.U.C. Housing Board, Chairman. PATRICK DONOVAN GOLDSWORTHY Berkeley Letters and Science — Biochemistry Winter Sports Club. RICHARD S. GOLTON Berkeley Letters and Science — Chemistry, Pre•Medical Honor Student. THOMAS CLIFF GOODALE Lafayette Chemistry Honor Student ELSIE MARION GOODFELLOW Oakland Letters and Science —Public Speaking Delta Delta Delta; Personnel. NEIL OSTRANDER GOODHUE Los Angeles Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Alpha Delta Phi; Grizzly, Assistant Manager, Advertising Manager; Track Manager (2)(3); Society of American Military Engineers; U.C. Flying Club. E. MARVIN GOODSON Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Little Theatre; Bureau of Public Relations, Director; President ' s Student Advisory Comdittee; Orientations Council; Radio Commission, Chairman. ELLEN GOODSPEED Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Alpha Phi; Y.W.C.A.; Class Committees. MIGNONNE ANNETTE GOOTHERTS San Mateo Letters and Science —English Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; Honor Student. GEORGE MALVEN GORDON, JR. Long Beach Chemistry Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; American Chemical Society. JOYCE ALEXANDER GORDON Hollywood Mining —Petroleum Engineering Mining Association. ROBERT CHARLES GORDON Montrose, Colorado Letters and Science —International Relations Delta Phi Epsilon; Baton; A.S.U.C. Executive Committee; Music Council, Chairman; A.S.U.C. Band, Manager; Welfare Council; Labor Board; Men ' s Dormitory Council, President. GENE FORGEON GOULD Berkeley Commerce —Accounting Transfer from Las Angeles City College; Barrington Hall. HUGH O ' DRISCOLL GOURDIN San Mateo Engineering —Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering Barrington Hall; Tau Beta Pi; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Scabbard and Blade; Honor Student; Men ' s Judicial Committee; Y.M.C.A.; American Society of Mechanical ' Engineers. ALICE GRAEBER San Francisco Letters and Science —Mathematics Beta Phi Alpha; Pi Mu Epsilon; Student Advisory Bureau. MACK EDWARD GRAHAM San Diego Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Baton; A.S.U.C. Band; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. NORMAN EVERETT GRAHAM Los Angeles Agriculture —Agricultural Economics Alpha Zeta; Xi Sigma Pi; Honor Student. ADDIE MARIE GRANT Healdsburg Letters and Science —History Honor Student; Little Theatre; W.A.A.; Masonic Club. HAROLD ROBERT GRANT Los Angeles Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Los Angeles City College; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. CONSTANCE GRASS Sunnyvale Letters and Science —Economics Piedmont Place; International House; Pi Phi Delta; Honor Student; Little Theatre; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A. MARGARET EVELYN GRAVES Alameda Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Prytanean; Torch and Shield; Orchesis; Little Theatre Make-up; California Club; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; College Women ' s Club Juniors. RICHARD WAGNER GRAVES Berkeley Commerce --Economics President ' s Student Advisory Committee. DONALD MARTIN GRAY Santa Rosa Engineering --Electrical Engineering A.S.U.C. Band. FRANK BIDDLE GRAY Berkeley Letters and Science —Economics Delta Kappa Epsilon; Assistant Varsity Yell Leader; Rally Committee; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. WAYNE WILBUR GRAY Oakland Agriculture --Landscape Design Landscape Design Club. ERNEST GREEN Ventura Agriculture —Entomology Alpha Zeta; Entomology Club. MARY JACQUELINE GREEN Berkeley Letters and Science —French Beta Phi Alpha; Pi Delta Phi; Honor Student; Daily Californian; Elections Council; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; Maison Francaise. NATALIE GREENE San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Kappa Kappa Gamma; W.A.A. LUCY ELB A GREER Sacramento Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Delta Sigma Theta; International House; Negro Students ' Club. ANNE R. GREGG San Francisco Letters and Science —Psychology Honor Student; Psi Chi. GENE EDWIN GREGG Yuba City Letters and Science —History Transfer from De Pauw University; International House; Honor Student; Blue and Gold (3); Advertising Service Bureau; Student Advisory Bureau. ROBERT JAMES GRENZEBACK Los Angeles Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Tau Beta Pi; Crew. MARY ELIZABETH GRIFFIN Berkeley Letters and Science — Political Science Alpha Delta Pi; Honor Student; Debating; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports. PATRICIA MARIE GRIFFIN San Francisco Letters and Science — General Curriculum Delta Gamma, RICHARD HARRY GRIFFIN Merced Commerce — Accounting Sigma Phi Epsilon; Track (1)(2)(3)(4). ROSEMARY GRIMES Oakland Letters and Science — Art Delta Epsilon; Honor Student. HENRY GRITZFELD Berkeley Engineering —Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. STEWART WINN GROESBECK Klamath Falls, Oregon Engineering — Civil Engineering Beta Theta Pi; American Society of Civil Engineers. GEORGE GROSS, JR. Salinas Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Salinas Junior College. HILBERT ELISON GROSSMAN San Francisco Letters and Science — Political Science Handball. ROBERT HENRY GUGGENHEIM Long Beach Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Golden Bear; Alpha Delta Sigma, Vice•President; Hammer and Coffin, Vice-President; Pelican, Manager; Publications Council. CHARLES PLACI DE GUICHARD San Francisco Letters and Science —Psychology Sigma Sigma Pi; Winter Sports Club. RICHARD REX BETTY RUTH GRIFFITH GRUNER Brentwood Oakland Letters and Science Letters and Science —Physical Education, —H istory History Phrateres; Bureau of Football (1); Weight Public Relations; Basketball Coach; Class Committees. Physical Education Major ' s Club. New Californians line up for medical appointments during registration 89 ALDO PAUL GUIDOTTI Orland Letters and Science — Political Science International House, Associate Member; Circolo Italiano. RODNEY ANTHONY GUILFOIL San Francisco Letters and Science —Spanish Chi Phi. JEWELL CATHERINE GUINAN Richmond Letters and Science —General Curriculum Alpha Delta Pi; Pelican (1); Intramural Sports; Class Committees. MELVIN PETER GUNDLACH San Diego Commerce Theta Xi; Phi Phi; Quarterdeck; Boxing Manager (3) (4). WILLIAM JOHN GUNTHER San Diego Commerce —Foreign Trade Delta Phi Epsilon; Phi Epsilon Chi; Bureau of Public Relations; Universit y Symphony; Congress, President; Forensics Council; Student Health Committee: P.S.A.C. RUTH MEA GUSTAFSSON San Francisco Letters and Science — German Transfer freer San Francisco Junior College. JACK COGSWELL GYSBERS Fair Oaks Letters and Science —Mathematics Pi Mu Epsilon. GEORGE DICKINSON HACK Berkeley Letters and Science — Economics Theta Chi; Bureau of Public Relations; Orientations; Freshman Sunday Suppers; Assembly Dance Committee; Masonic Club. ARTHUR BAILEY HACKETT Sacramento Letters and Science — Pre-Medical Transfer from Sacramento Junior College. JOE LANG HAEFELI Greeley, Colorado Letters and Science — Optometry Alpha Tau Omega; Omega Delta; Newman Club. BERTHA ELEANOR HAGEN Richmond Letters and Science —Mathematics Personnel (1) (2); Counseling (1) (2) (3). JACK BERNARD HAGGARD Needles Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Pi Alpha; Football: American Society of Mechanical Engineers. DONALD L. HAGLER Oakland Engineering — Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Pi Tau Pi Sigma; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. KATHRYN AMELIA HAGNER Petaluma Letters and Science —Decorative Art Phi Omega Pi; Kappa Phi; Little Theatre Art Staff (3); Masonic Club. MARY MILDRED HAGOPIAN Fresno Letters and Science —Zoology Transfer from U.C.L.A.; International House; Phrateres. BETTY LOU HAHN San Francisco Letters and Science —H istory Kappa Kappa Gamma. DOROTHEA REISTRUP HAHN Berkeley Letters and Science —Public Speaking. BENJAMIN CARROLL HAILE, JR. Beverly Hills Chemistry —Chemical Engineering Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Psi Upsilon; Track. ALTHEA L. HAINES Gilroy Letters and Science —Bacteriology Transfer from San Jose State College. LESTER HAROLD HALCOMB Santa Monica Letters and Science —Political Science Baton; Music Council; A.S.U.C. Band Manager (2) (3); President ' s Student Advisory Committee, Director; Class Committees. HELEN MARGARET HALDANE Urauan, Colorado Letters and Science —General Curriculum Sigma Kappa; Pelican (2); Y.W.C.A. (2); Intramural Sports (2) (3)(4). LORRAINE CATHERINE HALL San Francisco Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from San Francisco Junior College. MARJORIE HALL Berkeley Letters and Science — Public Speaking Alpha Delta Pi; Blue and Gold Managerial Staff (2) (3); A.S.U.C. Card Sales Committee (3); Y.W.C.A. (1). MILDRED ELIZABETH HALL Glendale Letters and Science — H istory Transfer from Glendale Junior College; Sigma Kappa Alpha; Phrateres; Honor Student: Blue and Gold; Counseling; Women ' s Dormitory Council; Newman Club. PATRICIA HALL Carmel Letters and Science — Dramatic Literature I nternationa I House; Blue and Gold Editorial Staff (2); W.A.A. PHYLLIS SAGEHORN HALL Oakland Letters and Science —Decorative Art Pi Beta Phi. ROBERT JAMES HALL Merced Letters and Science — Economics Delta Tau Delta; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta. KAZUO HAMAMOTO Loomis Letters and Science — Political Science. SH IZUO HAMAMURA Lodi Letters and Science —Economics Japanese Students ' Club. JUNE EILEEN HAMILTON Berkeley Letters and Science —Decorative Art Delta Chi Alpha; Pelican; Class Committees. WARREN BURDETTE HAMILTON Rio Vista Letters and Science —H istory. CHARLES ALFRED HAMMOND Maccloel Letters and Science —H istory Honor Student; Intramural Sports; U.C. Library Club, President. 90 MARY ELIZABETH HAMMOND Oakland Letters and Science —Social Institutions Areta; U. C. Bible League; Counseling. HARUO HANAMURA Alameda Letters and Science —Economics. TERENCE HANDLEY Oakland Medical School Honor Student; Student Advisory Board. MYRA MADELINE HANFORD Oakland Letters and Science —Political Science Prytanean; Honor Students Council; Women ' s Activity Council; Student Advisory Bureau, Chairman; Counseling: A.S.U.C. Reception Committee; Stephens Union Committee. E. JOHN HANNA Long Beach Letters and Science —Political Science, Pre-Legal Winged Helmet; Debating; Tennis; Glee Club; University Chorus; Intramural Sports. MARIE CLARA HANNA Oakdale Letters and Science —History Transfer from Modesto Junior College; Honor Student; Dormitory Council; Young Republicans. WALDO HALL HANNS Gallup, New Mexico Letters and Science —Zoology Rugby; Band. LOIS MARY HANSEN Berkeley Letters and Science — Physical Education, Hygiene W.A.A.; Physical Education Majors ' Club. WILMA HANSEN San Francisco Letters and Science —Journalism International House; Daily Californian. BEATRICE IONE HANSON Trinidad Letters and Science —Public Health, Social Economics Transfer from Humboldt State Junior College; California Engineer; Y.W.C.A.; U.C. Student Cooperative Association. GLADYS IRENE HANSON Berkeley Letters and Science — Mathematics Transfer from Moorhead State Teachers College; U.C. Bible League. NORMA NATALIE HANSON Sunnyvale Letters and Science — Public Speaking Alpha Gamma Delta; Pan-Hellenic Council; Pelican. TOMIO HARADA West Los Angeles Engineering —Mechanical Engineering. TADASHI HARASE Los Angeles Engineering —Electrical Engineering Transfer from U.C.LA.; International House; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. WARREN RAYMOND HARDING Walnut Creek Commerce —Economics Bowles Hall; Scabbard and Blade; Quarterdeck; Football (I). JUNE LORRAINE HARLOW Vallejo Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from Dominican College; Personnel. MARTHA AGNES HARMS Lynwood Letters and Science —Spanish Transfer from Compton Junior College. CHARLES WILLIAM HARPER Berkeley Engineering —Aeronautical Engineering Tau Beta Pi. EARL LLOYD HARPER Hanford Commerce — Economics Scabbard and Blade. ELIZABETH MAY HARRINGTON Oakland Letters and Science — History Gamma Phi Beta; Blue and Gold (2); Intramural Sports. WILLIAM GALBRAITH HARRINGTON San Anselmo Commerce —Economics Transfer from Marin Junior College; Commerce Club. GRACE ELIZABETH HARRIS Sacramento Letters and Science —History Transfer from Sacramento Junior College. PEGGY ANNE HARRIS Oakland L etters and Science — History College Women ' s Club Juniors, Vice-President, Social Chairman; Class Committees. SALLY HAYNE HARRISON San Francisco Letters and Science —Philosophy Transfer from Smith College; Kam Gamma. Freshmen get their first taste of student government in class meetings 91 NORBERT GEORGE HARTMAN Ross Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from University of Washington; Sigma Chi; Varsity Golf. DOROTHY MAY HARVEY Berkeley Letters and Science — H istory Bureau of Public Relations; Personnel; Masonic Club, Women ' s President. AKIRA HASEGAWA Los Angeles Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Japanese Student Club; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. GEORGE KIYOSHI HASEGAWA Sanger Engineering — Civil Engineering Transfer from Fresno State College. YUTARO HASH I MOTO Redwood City Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Transfer from San Mateo Junior College. JOHN WILLIAM HASKELL Tustin Commerce Transfer from Santa Ana Junior College; Glee Club; University Male Quartet. THOMAS EDWARD HAVEN Berkeley Commerce —Business Administration Alpha Delta Sigma; Hammer and Coffin; Pelican Managerial (3); Class Committees. MARGARET LANDES HAWKINS Beverly Hills Letters and Science —H istory Kappa Kappa Gamma; Counseling (3) (4); W.A.A. Council; Intramural Board; Progressive Students ' Forum (3); California Tennis Club. SAKAE HAYASHI Sacramento Commerce —Economics Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Honor Student. ANDREW BRUCE HAYES Piedmont Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Stanford University; Beta Theta Pi. WILLIAM JOSEPH HAYES Hanford Chemistry U.C. Life Saving Corps. CARL FREDERICK HAYN KE Albany Chemistry Sigma Xi; Pi Mu Epsilon. CHARLES LESLIE HEALD Altadena Letters and Science —Geology U.C. Geological Society. CHARLOTTE LAURA HEATH Montebello Nursing —Public Health Nursing Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; International House. KENNETH JOHN HEDSTROM Berkeley Engineering —Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers. WILLIAM JOSEPH HEFFERNAN Bakersfield Letters and Science —History Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College. MARIE ELISE HEILBRON Sacramento Letters and Science —Political Sclenca International House; Sigma Sigma Pi; Hammer and Coffin; Pelican. VIRGINIA MARIE HEIN San Francisco Letters and Science —Physical Education Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; W.A.A.; Utrimque. LEO HELLER San Francisco Chemistry Honor Student. CAROLE KING HELMAN Colton Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from San Bernardino Junior College; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Grizzly; Pan-Hellenic; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; Class Committees. PHYLLIS JUNE IIELSTEN San Francisco Agriculture —Home Economics, Dietetics Alpha Nu; Iota Sigma Pi; Honor Student. SAMANTHA ANNIE HENDERSON Modesto Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Modesto Junior College; Delta Sigma Theta; International House; Housing Board; Negro Students ' Club. SARITA HENDERSON Pasadena Letters and Science —Political Science Phi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board; Prytanean; Theta Sigma Phi; Daily Californian (1) (2) (3), Editor (4), WILLIAM REED HENDERSON San Francisco Commerce. JAMES WESLEY HENDRICK Los Angeles Letters and Science —General Curriculum Zeta Psi; Winged Helmet; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta; Football (1) (2) (3). ELDON SENDE HERD RIKSEN Orick Commerce —Accounting Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Honor Student; Commerce Association. BILLY SHINTARO JEANNE DOROTHY HATA HAYS Berkeley Berkeley Letters and Science Letters and Science —English —History of Art Japanese Student Club. Delta Epsilon; Little Theatre. BARBARA HATCH Oakland Letters and Science —Bacteriology Zeta Tau Alpha; Blue and Gold Managerial; Little Theatre; Class Committees. WENDELL WILLIAM HAZARD Santa Barbara Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Santa Barbara State College. NATHANIEL HELLMAN Piedmont Letters and Science —Pre-Legal Transfer from University of Santa Clara; Pi Lambda Phi. HARRY LEONARD HENDRY McFarland Commerce —Economics International House. 92 ROBERT DANIEL HENN WAN Chico Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Chico State College; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau; American Satiety of Mechanical Engineers. FRANCIS LYNN HENRY Visalia Engineering —Mechanical Engineering. RAYMOND EDWARD HENRY Oakland Letters and Science --General Curriculum Masonic Club; Camera Club. JAMES COCHRANE HEPBURN Redlands Letters and Science —Physics Transfer from San Bernardino Junior College; Wesley Hall. HAROLD BERNARD R. HERSTEDT Oakland Engineering —Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers. JOHN EDWARD HEWITT Milbrae Letters and Science —General Curriculum Barrington Hall. BEVERLY H ICKOK Berkeley Letters and Science — History Honor Student; Student Advisory Board; Y.W.C.A.; Faculty Advisory Committee. MARGARET JEANNE HICKS San Francisco Letters and Science —French Beverley Lodge; Sigma Sigma Pi; Phrateres; Honor Student; Y.W.C.A.; International House, Associate Member; Masonic Club; Maison Francaise; Newman Club. MARGUERITE HIGGINS Oakland Letters and Science —French Gamma Phi Beta; Mortar Board; Prytanean; Panile; Theta Sigma Phi; Daily Californian, Associate Editor, Rewrite Editor; University Symphony; Sophomore Vice-President. GEORGE YASUI(AZU H IG UCH I Monterey Engineering — Electrical Engineering Japanese Student Club; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. DONALD HIGH H ILDEB RAN DT San Francis co Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Marin Junior College; Sigma Chi; Gamma Beta; Daily Californian; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Intramural Sports Manager (3). JAMES BERTRAM HILDRETH Ukiah Commerce Sigma Nu; Rally Committee (2); Big " C " Guard (2). ANNIE MARY HILL Redding Letters and Science — Latin Pi Lambda Theta; Honor Student; Y.W.C.A.; Masonic Club; Classics Club. MARGARET FRANCES HILL Corning Letters and Science — English Transfer from Chico State College. MINERVA EVA HILL Berkeley Letters and Science —Mathematics. FREDERICK JACKSON HILLS Rio Vista Agriculture —Agricultural Economics. FRED ARTHUR HILTON Oceanside Mining — Petroleum Engineering Transfer from Oceanside Junior College; Oxford Hall; Mining Association. BARBARA GAY HINDS San Francisco Letters and Science —History and Theory of Art Advertising Service Bureau; Counseling; W.A.A.; Masonic Club; Christian Science Society; Commuter ' s Club. JOHN HERMAN HINK San Leandro Chemistry American Chemical Society. HORACE MARVIN HINKLEY Clovis Letters and Science —English Transfer from Reedley Junior College; Sigma Sigma Pi. PETER MARTIN JOHN HIRSCHENBERGER, JR. Berkeley Agriculture — Forestry Transfer from Polytechnic Junior College; Newman Club; Forestry Club. DANIEL 0. H I RTZ Covina Letters and Science — Political Science Transfer from U.C.L.A.; International House; Daily Californian; Young Democrats. HOWARD SPIERS H ITCHCOCK Pasadena Engineering — Civil Engineering Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; American Society of Civil Engineers. ELIZABETH MAE HITE Burlingame Letters and Science —Mathematics Blue and Gold; Bureau of Public Relations. Blue and Gold Editor Wil Fountain checks in at Los Anoeles for the Bear-Trojan football game 93 ELIZABETH GENEVRA HOBART Oakland Letters and Science —H istory Kappa Delta; Delta Chi Alpha; California Engineer (1) (2) (3), Women ' s Director (4); Women ' s Activity Council; Masonic Club. CARLTON PAUL HOBERG Hobergs Letters and Science —Physical Education Transfer from Marin Junior College; Phi Delta Theta; Big " C " Society; Football; Baseball; Basketball; P.E. Majors ' Club. GAIL ANNE HOBSON Calistcga Letters and Science — Social Institutions Delta Gamma; Y.W.C.A. (1); Intramural Basketball (4), Bowling (3), Horseback Riding (1). CLYDE SILAS HOCI(ETT San Jose Engineering —Electrical Engineering Transfer from San Jose State College; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. HELENE HODGE Santa Monica Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Kappa Alpha Theta; W.A.A. Badminton Manager. JEAN ALENE HODGKINSON Long Beach Letters and Science — General Curriculum Prytanean; Women ' s Activity Council; Phrateres, President; Y.W.C.A., Senior Commission. DOROTHY MARION HODSDON Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from U.C.L.A.; W.A.A.; Masonic Club. NORMA ELIZABETH HOFFMAN San Francisco Letters and Science — Political Science Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Phrateres. CLARE MARIE HOFFMANN San Francisco Agriculture —Food Chemistry Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Home Economics Club. ALBERT DABNEY HOGAN Piedmont Letters and Science —Political Science Beta Theta Pi; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Skull and Keys; Fraternity Scholastic Honor Society; Honor Student; Interfraternity Council; Track Manager (2) (3). WILLIAM DALTON HOHENTHAL, JR. Turlock Letters and Science — Anthropology Lambda Chi Alpha; Scabbard and Blade; Pershing Rifles; Fencing (2)(3)(4). CORA BELL HOLDEN Sacramento Letters and Science —Music Alpha Mu; Women ' s Activity Council; Music Council; Women ' s Orchestra; University Chorus; Women ' s Rally Committee; Counseling; Dormitory Council; Music Club. VIRGINIA HOLLIDAY Berkeley Letters and Science —Spanish Phrateres; Women ' s Masonic Club. JENIEVE ELOISE HOLLINGSWORTH Berkeley Agriculture —D ietetics. DEAN BONNER HOLZGRAF Long Beach Chemistry — Metal lurgy Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Honor Student; Chemistry Club. PETER HOMONCHUK Sacramento Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Wrestling; Radio Commission. GEORGE MALCOLM HOOD Berkeley Commerce — Business Administration Y.M.C.A.; Masonic Club; Plymouth House; Commerce Association. HELEN LOU ISE HOPI(INS Anaheim Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Fullerton Junior College. RICHARD MARSHAL HOPKINS Anaheim Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Fullerton Junior College; Tennis; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. JACK EMMET HOQUE San Jose Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Transfer frcm San Jose State College; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. SHIGERU RICHARD HORIO San Francisco Letters and Science — Medical Science Honor Student. WILLIAM L. HORN Berkeley Engineering — Civil Engineering Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Intramural Sports; American Society of Civil Engineers; Men ' s Dormitory Council. FRED YAICHIO HOSHIYAMA San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from San Francisco Junior College. . CLAIRE CONSTANCE HOSTER San Francisco Letters and Science —Art Transfer from Marin Junior College; Delta Epsilon; Y.W.C.A. RUTH TORBETT HOUGHTON Long Beach Letters and Science —Music Transfer from Long Beach Junior College. SCOTT BRADBURY HOUGHTON Long Beach Mining —Petroleum Engineering Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Alpha Tau Omega. STANLEY MAXFIELD NA01(0 HONER HOSHINO Berkeley Winton Letters and Science Letters and Science — General Curriculum —Psychology lister-Church Council; Y.W.C.A.; Inter-Faith Council; Psychology Society. Y.M.C.A. MARJORIE ANNE HOFFMAN Trona Letters and Science —Political Science Gamma Phi Beta. ANN HOLT Santa Rosa Letters and Science —General Curriculum International House; University Chorus. RAYMOND EDWARD HORAN, JR. Piedmont Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi; Pi Tau Pi Sigma; Crew (1)(2) (4); Football (2)(3) (4); American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Varsity Rowing Club. CAROL MARIE HOUSE Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Alpha Omicron Pi; Pelican (1); Treble Clef, Manager (2); Intramural Sports; Class Committees. 94 VERL LEE HOUSE Madera Letters and Science —Zoology Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Zeta; Xi Sigma Pi; Forestry Club. PETRA AMELIA HOVDE Berkeley Letters and Science —Public Speaking Alpha Xi Delta; Thalian; Little Theatre; Bureau of Public Relations; Y.W.C.A.; Personnel. JACK HARTWICI( NOVICK Los Angeles Letters and Science —Chemistry Transfer from Los Angeles City C ollege; Fencing; Student Assistant Fencing Coach. FRANCES ELIZABETH HOWARD Bolinas Letters and Science —Chemistry Iota Sigma Pi; Pi Lambda Theta; Phrateres; Sigma Sigma Pi; Honor Student Association, Secretary; Student Advisory Bureau; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; American Chemical Society. ROBERT LAWRENCE HOWARD Oakland Letters and Science —Pre-Medical U.C. Life Saving Corps. MARGARET ELLEN HOWDEN Selma Letters and Science —H istory Alpha Xi Delta; A.S.U.C. Card Sales Committee; Counseling; Intramural Sports; Class Committees. WILLIAM ROBERT HOWELL Berkeley Commerce Delta Upsilon; Quarterdeck; Daily Californian; Class Committees. ROBERT SIDNEY HOWSEMAN Kansas City, Missouri Letters and Science —English Little Theatre. RUSSELL JOHN HOYLE, JR. Oakland Letters and Science —Mathematics Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Alpha Gamma Omega; Bible League. JUANITA VAN der VEER HUBBARD Grass Valley Chemistry Ritter Hall; Iota Sigma Pi; Honor Student; Bureau of Public Relations; Counseling; Chemistry Club, Vice-President. ROY K. HUBBARD Bakersfield Letters and Science —Geological Sciences U.C. Geological Society. JEAN ELIZABETH HUBBER Berkeley Letters and Science —Journalism Prytanean; Theta Sigma Phi; Daily Californian (1)(2)(3), City Editor (4). EMMA LOUISE H UBERT Danville Agriculture —Home Economics Transfer from Buffalo State Teacher ' s College; Radio Commission; Counseling; Y.W.C.A.; Home Economics Club. MIRIAM ALICE HUDSON Eureka Letters and Science —Decorative Arts. RAYMOND WEFEL HUDSON Monrovia Commerce —Accounting Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha Phi Omega; Daily Californian Managerial Staff. CHARLES DALE HUFF Oakland Commerce Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Crew (1) (2); President ' s Student Advisory Committee, Director; Varsity Rowing Club; Class Comm ittees. GEORGE ANTHONY HULTEN Oakland Commerce. MAY MOYTAN HUM Butte, Montana Letters and Science —Education International House; Transfer from Montana State Normal College; Chinese Students ' Club. EUGENE LAFAYETTE H UNSAKER Vallejo Engineering —Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Xi; Eta Kappa Nu; Scabbard and Blade; Quarterdeck; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. THOMAS DAVID HUNT Berkeley Engineering —Civil Engineering Kappa Delta Rho; Football; Rugby; American Society of Civil Engineers. JACK E. JOYCE PARDEE HUGHES H UNTLEY Los Angeles Berkeley Engineering Letters and Science —Civil Engineering —Decorative Art American Society of Guild of Applied Arts; Civil Engineers. W.A.A.; Dormitory Council. JANE ELIZABETH FRED WILSON HUGHSON HUNTON San Francisco Berkeley Letters and Science Engineering —English —Mechanical Engineering Chi Omega; Grizzly. Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; U.C. Flying Team. Dancers toast the success of the Soph Hop during intermission LYNN WOOD HUNTON, JR. Berkeley Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Y.M.C.A.; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Plymouth House. ARDATH LOUISE HURLBURT Albany Letters and Science — Physical Education, Hygiene Women ' s " C " Society; Pennant " C " Society; W.A.A.; P.E. Majors ' Club. MARGARET LOUISE HURLEY Oakland Letters and Science — Economics Transfer from Lassen Junior College; Y.W.C.A.; Girl Reserve Advisor. FLORENCE MAXINE HURST Watsonville Letters and Science — H i story Transfer from Salinas Junior College; Kappa Phi; Assembly Dance Committee; Y.W.C.A. RUTH BUCHANAN HURT Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Zeta Tau Alpha; Blue and Gold; Grizzly, Assistant Women ' s Manager; Treble Clef; Women ' s Discussions; Crop and Saddle; Class Committees. GORDON STANLEY HUSBY Sacramento Commerce —Accounting Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; International House; Beta Alpha Psi; Beta Gamma Sigma; Honor Student; Glee Club; Commerce Association; Class Committees. CATHERINE LOVINA H USI NG Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Masonic Club. ROBERT CHARLES H USTED Oakland Commerce — Business Administration Intramural Basketball; Varsity Rowing Club; Commerce Club. ROLAND ROWE HUTCHINGS Watsonville Agriculture — Soil Science Transfer from Salinas Junior College; Alpha Zeta. WILLIAM MARTIN HUTERS Santa Monica Commerce — Economics Psi Upsilon; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Big " C " Society; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta; Football; Rugby. MARION TAFT HVI DT Fresno Letters and Science —Economics Senate. GRANT HAYAO ICH II(AWA Suisun Commerce — Accounting Japanese Student Club; Commerce Association. RUTH PRIEST IGLEHEART Spreckels Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Salinas Junior College; Alpha Delta Pi; Mortar Board; Prytanean; Pi Alpha Sigma; Publications Council; Blue and Gold, Manager. AKIRA HOWARD IMAGAWA Sacramento Engineering —Electrical Engineering. KERM INGRAM Vallejo Letters and Science —History Transfer from San Diego State College. ARTHUR EDWARD ISENSEE Livermore Agriculture —Forestry Forestry Club. TADASHI !SERI Sacramento Commerce. TOMOYOSHI ISHII San Francisco Commerce Transfer from San Francisco Junior College. MINORU ISOYE San Francisco Commerce —Economics. MINORU FRANK IWASAKI Sacramento Commerce — Foreign Trade Japanese Student Club. LIONEL LOUIE JACKSON Berkeley Letters and Science —Psychology Track; Advertising Club. ANNA LOU JACOBS Santa Barbara Letters and Science — History Transfer from Santa Barbara Junior College; Terrace Lodge. JOHN PUTNAM JAHN Berkeley Letters and Science — Biochemistry Proskopoi; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Y.M.C.A.; Plymouth House, President. VINCENT SALDIVAR JAVIER Philippine Islands Letters and Science — Mathematics. MARGERY ELIZABETH JEANS Berkeley Letters and Science —H istory Pi Beta Phi; Y.W.C.A. WILLIAM WALLACE JEFFERS Fullerton Letters and Science — Psychology Alpha Phi Omega; Y.M.C.A.; Masonic Club. ROSEMARIE JELINEK San Francisco Agriculture — Home Economics Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; International House; Blue and Gold; Bureau of Public Relations; Home Economics Club. DOROTHY MARIE JENKINS Oak land Letters and Science — Political Science Transfer from University of Colorado; Alpha Phi; Honor Student; Daily Californian. CONSTANCE LOUISE H USSEY Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum. MARIE INBERG San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum. ROBERT BURTON JACKSON Santa Barbara Commerce — Accounting Transfer from Santa Barbara State College; Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Honor Student. IRMA HELENA JENI(INS Berkeley Letters and Science —German Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau; Deutscher Verein, Vice-President; Newman Club. 96 CAROL MARILYN JENSEN San Leandro Letters and Science —Education Transfer from Mills College; Phi Mu; Pi Lambda Theta; Honor Student; W.A.A. Riflery; Plymouth House. FLORENCE RUTH JENSEN Sacramento Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Phi Omega Pi; Elections Council; Y.W.C.A,; Intramural Sports. HAROLD A. JENSEN Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from San Francisco Junior College. JAMES FRANCIS JERN IGAN Downey Commerce. ROBERT JOHN JESPERSEN Templeton Engineering —Civil Engineering Transfer from Miramonte Junior College; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Engineers ' Council, President ; American Society of Civil Engineers; Luther Club. JOSEPHINE JEWETT Bakersfield Letters and Science —Political Science Delta Gamma; Women ' s Activity Council; Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports; Vocational Guidance Committee. MARY EVELYN JEWETT Piedmont Letters and Science —General Curriculum Phi Mu; Delta Chi Alpha; Advertising Service Bureau: Women ' s Discussions; Y.W.C.A.; College Women ' s Club Juniors, Executive Board; Masonic Club. BENJAMIN ALFRED JOHNSON Yorba Linda Letters and Science — General Curriculum. BETTY JEANE JOHNSON Oakland Letters and Science —Journalism Alpha Alpha; Daily Californian; Advertising Service Bureau; U.C. Press Club. CARL WILLIAM JOHNSON Glendale Engineering — Civil Engineering Transfer from Glendale Junior College; American Society of Civil Engineers. CAROLINE RUTH JOHNSON Piedmont Letters and Science —Journalism Alpha Alpha; Theta Sigma Phi; Daily Cal ifornian; Blue and Gold; Y.W.C.A.: Class Committees. ELLIOTT JOHNSON, JR. Oakland Letters and Science — Architecture Alpha Delta Phi. GUY SCOTT JOHNSON Tuolumne Commerce. HAROLD WALTER JOHNSON Turlock Commerce — Accounting Beta Alpha Psi; Pelican. HELEN THERESA JOHNSON Berkeley Letters and Science —Art Delta Epsilon; Little Theatre Art Staff; W.A.A., Secretary, Swimming Manager. MARYALICE JOHNSON San Marino Letters and Science — Spanish Transfer from Occidental College; Delta Zeta; Y.W.C.A. PATRICIA MARCELINE JOHNSON Mill Valley Letters and Science — Decorative Art Transfer from Marin Junior College; International House; Delta Chi Alpha; W.A.A.; Dormitory Council. RAY I RW I N JOHNSON Santa Rosa Letters and Science —English Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College; Masonic Club. ROBERT LOUIS JOHNSON Los Angeles Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Bowles Hall; Tau Beta Pi; Student; Crew; Varsity Rowing Club. ROBERT LOWELL JOHNSON Burlingame Commerce —Economics Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; Phi Delta Theta; Rugby Manager (3). RUSSELL KEITH JOHNSON Berkeley Commerce —Economics Abracadabra; Student Health Committee; Debating (1); Class Comm ittees. RUTH ELIZABETH JOHNSON Berkeley Letters and Science —Technical Criminology Honor Student; Criminology Club, Secretary. RUTHALMA ELIZABETH JOHNSON Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science, Spanish Honor Student; Daily Californian; Grizzly; Treble Clef; University Chorus; Y.W.C.A.; Classics Club; Cranmea Club; Spanish Club; Circolo Italians; Deutscher Verein; Masonic Club. THELMA RUTH JOHNSON Roseville Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from Sacramento Junior Col lege; Stebbins Hall; Intramural Sports; Dormitory Council. " Our Alma Mater deeeeeear, " chant Senior Singers JOSEPH JAMES JOHNSTON Taft Mining —Petroleum Engineering Transfer from Taft Junior College. ESTHER LYNN JONES Burney Letters and Science — Political Science Daily Californian. MARJORIE ANN JONES San Francisco Letters and Science — English. MARJORIE VIRGINIA JONES Centerville Letters and Science —Decorative Art Alpha Gamma Delta; Panile; Class Vice- President (3) ; Women ' s Executive Board; Women ' s Activity Council; Pelican (1); Women ' s Rally Committee; Guild of Applied Arts; Y.W.C.A. NORMAN ELWOOD JONES Long Beach Commerce —Economics Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Atherton House; Beta Gamma Sigma, Treasurer; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau. PETER HANCOCK JONES Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from Stanford; Beta Theta Pi. RUTH PRIDE JONES Berkeley Letters and Science —Architecture Delta Delta Delta; Alpha Alpha Gamma, Treasurer; Architecture Association, Vice-President; Class Committees. WILLIAM EDWARD JOOST Piedmont Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Kappa Sigma; Winged Helmet; Honor Student; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ALMA BERNADETTE JORDAN San Francisco Letters and Science — H istory. ELIZABETH EMMA JORDAN Oakland Letters and Science —English Alpha Xi Delta; Blue and Gold (2); Counseling (1) (2) (3); W.A.A. Council. HAROLD JOW Oakland Commerce — Economics Chinese Students ' Club. JOHN EUDALY JOYCE Monrovia Letters and Science — Political Science Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Phi Sigma Kappa; Thalian (2); Bureau of Public Relations. THOMAS EDWARD JOYCE Monrovia Letters and Science — Political Science Transfer from Citrus Junior College; Phi Sigma Kappa; Track (3). JANICE CAROLYN JUDD Berkeley Letters and Science —music Alpha Mu; Honor Student; Treble Clef; University Chorus; Y.W.C.A.; University Music Club. WARREN FRANK JUNGE San Francisco Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Honor Student; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. ELMER F. JURGENSEN Westwood Letters and Science — Economics Del Rey; Sigma Sigma Pi; Intramural Sports; Masonic Club. JOHN KAFAFIAN San Francisco Engineering —Electrical Engineering Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Institute of Radio Engineers. THOMAS LOINE KAHN Berkeley Commerce —Economics Transfer from Marin Junior College; Men ' s Dormitory Council. JOHN THOMAS KALI N ICH Los Angeles Letters and Science —H istory Alpha Tau Omega. MINORU KANAGAKI Concord Engineering —Electrical Engineering. HELEN LOUISE MAN 0 US IS San Francisco Letters and Science —American History Masonic Club. JULIETTE J. KANTER Los Angeles Letters and Science —Psychology Transfer from New York University; International House. VICTOR ENSIO KASTE Eureka Engineering — Electrical Engineering Barrington Hall; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Honor Student; Wrestling; Student Engineers Council; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. ROSEMARY LILLIAN KAUFFMAN Glendale Letters and Science — Physical Education, Hygiene Transfer from Santa Barbara State College; Women ' s " C " Society. ALFRED KAUFMAN Puente Engineering —Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade; Honor Student; American Society of Civil Engineers. JOY KAUFMAN San Francisco Letters and Science —Decorative Art Student Health Committee; Y.W.C.A.; Dormitory Council; Hillel Council. WRIGHT KAWA KAM I San Jose Letters and Science — Optometry Transfer from San Jose State College ; Oxford Hall; Omega Delta; Japanese Student Club. SAICHIRO KAWAKITA San Mateo Agriculture —Landscape Design Japanese Student Club; Landscape Design Club. TED DAVID WILLIAM HARRISON JOHNSTON JONES Berkeley Oakland Letters and Science Commerce —Pre-Medical —Economics Barrington Hall; Pi Delta Epsilon; Welfare Council. Daily Californian. ELMER EDWARD FRANCIS M. JONES JONG Exeter Locke Commerce Letters and Science — Economics —Mathematics. Commerce Association. Chinese Students ' Club. 98 NATALIE KAY Oakland Agriculture —Home Economics Omega Nu, President; Philorthian; Honor Student; Counseling; Y.W.C.A.; Psychology Society, Treasurer; Maison Francaise. THEODOSIA MARY KEANE Alameda Letters and Science —General Curriculum Kappa Alpha Theta; Intramural Sports; Y.W.C.A.; Class Committees, JOHN STANTON KEENE Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from University of Kansas City DOROTHY IRIS KEES Corning Letters and Science —History Transfer from Stockton Junior College; Ritter Hall; Sigma Sigma Pi; Honor Student; Phrateres; Y.W.C.A. IDELL SHIRLEY KEESL I NG Santa Rosa Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College; Phi Omega Pi; Masonic Club. CONSUELO ADELA KELLER San Francisco Letters and Science —Chemistry Iota Sigma Pi; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau; Faculty Advising; Counseling; W.A.A.; Maison Francaise. EVELYN MAE KELLER San Francisco Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from San Francisco State College. ELIZABETH WORLEY KELLEY Oakland Letters and Science —H istory Phi Beta Kappa; Mortar Board; Prytanean; Sigma Kappa Alpha; Honor Students ' Council; Orientations, Chairman of Information Please; A.S.U.C. Reception Committee. EUGENE EDWARD KELLOGG Santa Barbara Agriculture —Agricultural Economics Transfer from Davis; Alpha Gamma Rho. JEAN TORREY KELLY Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Alpha Phi; Ace of Clubs. ROBERT STEWART KELLY Wayne, Alberta, Canada Commerce University of California Student Cooperative Association. DOROTHY MAY KELNER Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Beta Phi Alpha; Blue and Gold; Grizzly. HORACE GREELEY KELSEY, JR. Merced Falls Mining Track; American Society Mechanical Engineers; Mining Association; Masonic Club. PHILIP FRED KENDALL San Anselmo Letters and Science — Economics Transfer from Marin Junior College; Barrington Hall; Honor Student; Life Saving Corps; Education Club. HELEN BERNICE KENNEDY Martinez Letters and Science — Art Kappa Delta; Blue and Gold; Crop and Saddle; Ice Skating; Masonic Club. FRED ARTHUR KENNETT Berkeley Engineering — Mechanical Engineering. DONALD RALPH KENNEY Oakland Commerce —Economics U.C. Life Saving Corps. LAURA LOUISE I E RTZ San Francisco Letters and Science —Journalistic Studies Alpha Alpha; Advertising Service Bureau; University Press Club. EUGENE STERLING KILGORE, JR. San Francisco Letters and Science —Zoology Bowles Hall; Student Health Committee. SCOTT BURGOYNE KILNER Oakland Chemistry Alpha Chi Sigma; Engineers° Council; American Chemical Society. ANNA I(IMBLE San Francisco Letters and Sicence —History Newman Club. JACK KIMBLE Glendale Engineering —Electrical Engineering Bowles Hall. ARATA KIMURA San Jose Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from San Jose State College; U.C. Flying Club. CHARLES TAYLOR KIERULFF Berkeley Engineering of —Electrical Engineering Phi Kappa Sigma; Pi Tau Pi Sigma; Alpha Phi Omega; Crew (1)(2) (3)(4). A wounded Bear lies on the field of battle JOHN GARDNER KINCADE Berkeley Commerce Sigma Pi; Ball and Chain; Commerce Association; Northern California Director of College Republicans. SAMUEL la RKWOOD KING Stockton Letters and Science —Education Transfer from Asbury College. JOHN CHARLES KINNEY Taft Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Taft Junior College. FREDERIC KITCHENER Piedmont Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Kappa Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. JOHN COLBY KITCHIN, JR. San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Delta Kappa Epsilon; Scabbard and Blade; Swimming. LOUISE ANNA KJELSBERG Oakland Letters and Science —German W.A.A.; Masonic Club; Deutscher Verein. ELAINE KOCKOS San Francisco Letters and Science —History Epsilon Phi Sigma. HUGH S. KOFORD Berkeley Letters and Science — Economics Golden Bear; Mask and Dagger; Quarterdeck; Honor Student; Little Theatre. FELIX OSKAR KOLB San Francisco Letters and Science — Medical Sciences Honor Student. EDWARD SOBIN KOTOK Berkeley Agriculture —Forestry Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Phi; Scabbard and Blade; Crew. DOUGLAS JOHN KRAMM Grass Valley Mining. ELIZABETH ROSE KRAMM Grass Valley Letters and Science —Public Health, Social Economics. CECELIA MARIE KINSELLA Sacramento Letters and Science —Dramatic Literature Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Bureau of Public Relations; Radio Commission; Women ' s Reception Committee. PEGGIE KINZIE San Francisco Letters and Science —Decorative Art Alpha Phi; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A. Tennis. WILLIAM GEORGE KIRKHAM Berkeley Letters and Science —Paleontology Theta Tau; Masonic Club. MORRIS KIRSCHEN Berkeley Letters and Science —Optometry Omega Delta; Intramural Sports. BARBARA JEAN KISPERT San Francisco Letters and Science —Decorative Art Delta Chi Alpha; Advertising Service Bureau; Personnel; Counseling; Class Committees. IRENE PEARL KLEIN San Francisco Letters and Science —Public Speaking Alpha Epsilon Phi. WILLIAM F. KLI NG Turlock Commerce —Accounting Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Honor Student; Student Health Committee; Deputations; President ' s Student Advisory Committee, Director; Congress; Music Club. GORDON HAYWARD • KLIPPEL Sacramento Engineering —Civil Engineering Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; American Society of Civil Engineers; Wesley Foundation. JACK BERNARD KLU KURT Redding Letters and Science —Physical Education Sigma Phi Epsilon; Winged Helmet; Big " C " Society; Phi Phi; Phi Epsilon Chi; I nterfraternity Council; Crew; Senior Peace Committee; Class Committees. RUTH ELIZABETH KNAPP Berkeley Letters and Science —Music Mortar Board; Prytanean; Alpha Mu; Women ' s Executive Board; Women ' s Activity Council; Y.W.C.A., President; University Chorus (2) (3). ELMO JOSEPH KOLL Crescent City Agriculture —Forestry Phi Epsilon Chi; Baseball (1) (2) (3) (4). JOHN CHARLES KOLLN Pleasanton Letters and Science —Music. HENRY FERDINAND KOOPMANN San Francisco Chemistry Honor Student; American Chemical Society. DANIEL EDWARD KOSHLAND, JR. San Mateo Chemistry Bowles Hall; Sigma Xi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Honor Students ' Council; Welfare Council; Student Health Committee, Chairman; President ' s Reception Committee. ILONA JOSEPHINE KOSKI Berkeley Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Phrateres; College Women ' s Club Juniors; Masonic Club. ROBERT ELDON KREIDER Porterville Letters and Science —Chemistry Transfer from Porterville Junior College; American Chemical Society DOROTHY EVELYN KREI FELS San Francisco Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Theta Upsilon; Y.W.C.A.; Orientations, Information Please; Counseling; W.A.A.; Masonic Club. BEATRICE ANN KROGER San Francisco Letters and Science —Chemistry Zeta Tau Alpha; California Engineer; Little Theatre Make-Up Staff; Counseling; Intramural Sports. ROBERTA EMILY KRONICK Berkeley Letters and Science —Spanish . WILLIAM JENSEN I RUEGER Los Angeles Engineering —Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Gymnastics; American Society of Civil Engineers, Secretary, 100 JEANNE CLEO KRUG Berkeley Commerce Phi Chi Theta; Counseling; Information Please; W.A.A. MARGARET KUHN Oakland Agriculture —D ietetics Transfer from Georgia State College; International House, Associate Member; Masonic Club; Home Economics Club. PETER N. KUJACHICH Oakland Letters and Science —Political Science Glee Club; Elections Council; Class Committees. JEROME LAWRENCE K LI SH N ICK Berkeley Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Masonic Club. IRVIN FONG KWOCK San Francisco Commerce Transfer from U.C.L.A.; International House; Chinese Students ' Club; Commerce Association. FLORAMAY EVELYN LACKEY Berkeley Letters and Science —Economics Phi Mu; Daily Californian (1); Y.W.C.A. ADELAIDE LUCILLE LA FETRA Glendora Letters and Science —General Curriculum Pelican; Masonic Club. ELMER LAGORIO Oakland Letters and Science —H istory University Press Club. CHARLES WILLIAM LAMBERT San Francisco Commerce —Economics. CHARLOTTE PREVOST LAMBERT Willows Letters and Science —International Relations Transfer from Dominican College. MORRIS FROST LANDON San Diego Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Zeta Psi; Winged Helmet; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta; Basketball Manager (2) (3). VIRGINIA BARRON LANE Oakland Letters and Science —Political Science Alpha Omicron Pi; Y.W.C.A.; Intramural S ports; Class Committee. OVE LANGERUD Arcot, Modum, Norway Engineering — Electrical Engineering Transfer from Technische Hochschule Dresden. WILLIAM CASSIN LANGLEY San Francisco Engineering —Civil Engineering Stone Hall; Scabbard and Blade; American Society of Civil Engineers; Society of American Military Engineers. HENRY PETER LAPUYADE San Francisco Engineering —Electrical Engineering Transfer from San Mateo Junior College. EDITH DOROTHY LARSON San Francisco Letters and Science —H istory Honor Student; Counseling; Masonic Club; U.C. Student Cooperative Association; Utrinigue, Secretary- Treasurer. LOIS-DEE LARSON Oakland Letters and Science — H istory Phrateres; Counseling; Class Committees. ANNETTE LA RUE Pasadena Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Delta Delta Delta; Pelican; Women ' s Rally Committee; Reception Committee; Bureau of Public Relations. DAVID HART LAUGHLIN Chico Letters and Science — General Curriculum Quarterdeck; Masonic Club. ARTHUR JAMES LAWRENCE Modesto Commerce — Accounting Transfer from Modesto Junior College; Dormitory Association; Masonic Club; Commerce Association. L. FRANKLIN LAWRENCE Los Angeles Engineering —Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautics Barrington Hall; Big " C " Society; Crew; Varsity Rowing Club. PHYLLIS ADINE LEARNED San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Phrateres; Masonic Club. HAZEL M. LEASK Waterford Letters and Science — English Transfer from Modesto Junior College; Thalian; Little Theatre. BRUCE PHILIP LEE Pacific Palisades Letters and Science —Journalism Pi Delta Epsilon; Alpha Phi Omega; Daily Californian, Sports Editor. The Cal team poses in the Los Angeles station before taking up the cudgels against U.S.C. 101 DE LOSS WILGUS LEE Berkeley Commerce — Transportation Theta Chi; Bureau of Public Relations; Speakers Bureau, Chairman (4); Freshman Sunday Suppers Committee, Chairman (3). FREDERICK LEE San Francisco Chemistry Chemistry Club. FREDERICK BASIL LEE San Francisco Engineering —Electrical Engineering. LESTER HUNG LEE San Jose Engineering — Civil Engineering Chinese Students ' Club; Honor Student. LOWHON LEE Los Angeles Letters and Science —Psychology Chinese Students ' Club. PING KAN LEE Locke Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Chinese Students ' Club. ROGER YUEN LEE Berkeley Letters and Science — Architecture Delta Sigma Chi; Chinese Students ' Club; Architectural Association. ROSEMARY ELEANOR LEE Alameda Agriculture —Home Economics Zeta Tau Alpha; Advertising Service Bureau; Masonic Club; Winter Sports Club; Home Economics Club. PATRICIA ANN LEEK Turlock Letters and Science — General Curriculum Theta Upsilon; Daily Californian; Blue and Gold; Advertising Service Bureau; Counseling. LUCILLE ANTOINETTE LEFEVRE Oakland Letters and Science — Zoology Transfer from Stanford University. ROBERT LOUIS LEFFMANN Oakland Letters and Science ---Economics, Psychology Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Sigma Sigma Pi; Y.M.C.A. Cabinet; Masonic Club; Criminology Club. EDWARD JOHN LEH MAN San Francisco Letter and Science —International Relations Big " C " Guard; Class Committees. RUSSELL EDWIN LEIST Richmond Commerce — Economics. VIRGINIA JUNE LEMON Los Angeles Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Transfer from Los Angeles City College; W.A.A.; Physical Education Majors ' Club. LIONEL REMOND LENOX Auburn. Commerce. STEVEN WAY LEONG San Francisco Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Circle " C " Society; Weight Basketball; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. SUSAN ARMSBY LESTER Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Delta Gamma; Stephen ' s Union Dances, Sub-Chairman; Y.W.C.A. EUGENE ERIC LEUBNER San Francisco Letters and Science —Modern Languages German Club. KATHERINE LOUISE LEVEY San Francisco Letters and Science — H istory. IRVING WILLIAM LEV I KOW Nestor Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from San Diego State College; Housing Board; Glee Club; Men ' s Dormitory Council; Masonic Club; Hillel Foundation. DONALD MORGAN LEVIS Berkeley Letters and Science — Economics Chi Phi. LEONORE REVA LEV ITAN Hollywood Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Phi Sigma Sigma. JOSEPH EUGENE LEVY Oxnard Letters and Science —Economics Zeta Beta Tau; Daily Californian Managerial Staff; Pelican Managerial Staff. CLARE VIRGINIA LEWIS Piedmont Letters and Science Blue and d Gold ; Little Theatre; College Women ' s Club Juniors; Newman Club; Class Committees. DAVID HENRY LEWIS San Diego Commerce Transfer from San Diego State College; Kappa Alpha; Delta Phi Epsilon; Phi Epsilon Chi; Interfraternity Council; Class Committees. MARGOT FREYA LEWOHL San Francisco Letters and Science — Dramatic Literature Radio Commission. LESLIE WILLIAM LEY Felton Commerce — Economics Kappa Delta Rho; Crew (1). JEAN FRANCES LIDDICOAT Sacramento Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Sacramento Junior Col lege; Alpha Xi Delta. A. GISELE ANNA LIFF San Francisco Letters and Science — French Transfer from Lycee de Clermont; Pi Delta Phi; International House, Associate Member; Maison Francaise. BETTY JANE LIGHTSEY Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science International House; Y.W.C.A. LORRAINE LOUISE LINDBLAD Berkeley Letters and Science —Chemistry Thal ian; Honor Students ' Council; Little Theatre; American Chemical Society. FRANKLIN ALFRED LINDEBURG Sacramento Letters and Science —Physical Education Circle " C " Society; Rugby; U.C. Life Saving Corps; Rugby Club; Physical Education Majors ' Club. 102 LOUISE LINDLEY Berkeley Letters and Science —English Alpha Phi; Prytanean; Women ' s Executive Board; Activity Council; Class Vice-President (4); Little Theatre Managerial Staff; Women ' s Rally Committee. GEORGE EDWARD LINDMAN Visalia Letters and Science —Political Science Sigma Chi; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Phi Epsi- lon Chi; Scabbard and Blade; Quarterdeck, Presi- dent; Baton; Fraternity Scholastic Honor Society; Honor Student; A.S.U.C. Band, Drum Major; Depu- tations; P.S.A.C., Chair- man; Men ' s Orientations, Chairman; Congress. IRENE LEONE LINK San Francisco Letters and Science — Economics Delta Zeta; Y.W.C.A.; Newman Club. MARGERY ANNE LION San Jose Letters and Science — General Curriculum Alpha Phi; Ace of Clubs. GAIL ELENA LIPMAN San Francisco Letters and Science — Social Institutions Daily Californian; . Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports. ROY BURTON LITTON, JR. Healdsburg Agriculture —Landscape Design Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College; Alpha Zeta; Delta Sigma Chi; Landscape Design Club, President. VICTOR ANTHONY LOBREE San Francisco Letters and Science — Economics. LESLIE MARGARET LOCKWOOD Berkeley Letters and Science — H istory Gamma Phi Beta; Blue and Gold (2); Class Committees. JOSEPH GREGORY LOMBARDI Woodland Commerce —Economics Transfer from Sacramento Junior College. ALFRED DOW LONG Piedmont Letters and Science —General Curriculum Delta Upsilon. MARGARET ENID LONG Berkeley Letters and Science — H i story Women ' s Activity Council; A.S.U.C. Card Sales Committee, Sub-Chairman; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; Utrimgue, President. ALICE JANE LOONEY Chowchi I la Letters and Science — Physical Education, Hygiene Transfer from Occidental College; W.A.A.; Physical Education Majors ' Club. ROBERT EVANS LORD Riverside Letters and Science —Political Science Pi Sigma Alpha. STELLAN NE LOTZ Pasadena Letters and Science —Political Science International House. IRVING LOUBE San Francisco Letters and Science — Economics Honor Student; Track. MAN G. LOUIE Berkeley Engineering —Civil Engineering. STUART NORMAN LOVELACE Bakersfield Engineering — Electrical Engineering Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College; Eta Kappa Nu; Tau Beta Pi. DONNA LORRAINE LOWE San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Beta Phi Alpha; Treble Clef; Orientations; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; Masonic Club. ROBERT PEARSON LOWE Santa Barbara Engineering — Civil Engineering Transfer from Santa Barbara State College; Track (3); American Society of Civil Engineers. ROY LOWER Oakland Letters and Science — Criminology Criminology Club. CLAY WILSON LOWREY Coalinga Letters and Science —Chemistry Transfer from Ottawa University; Campus View Dormitory; G lee Club; Bureau of Public Relations. RAYMOND JOSEPH LUCCHESI, JR. Merced Letters and Science —Optometry Bowles Hall; Omega Delta. MARY L. LUCE Berkeley Agriculture — Home Economics. ETHEL VIRGINIA LUC Y N apa Letters and Science —Economics. George Lindman presents Cloyd Dawson with the yell leader ' s badge of office ARTHUR ERNEST LUNDGREN Hayward Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Alpha Gamma Rho; Quarterdeck; Football (1); Intramural Sports (1) (2)(3)(4); American Society of Mechanical Engineers. LORRAINE McKINLEY LUNT t.1 San Francisco Letters and Science —H istory Alpha Omicron Pi; Prytanean; Pi Alpha Sigma; Hammer and Coffin; Publications Council; Pelican, Women ' s Director; Intramural Sports; Women ' s Activity Council. GERALD EDGAR LUTES San Diego Letters and Science —Pre-Medical Sigma Nu; Winged Helmet; Tri-Une; Skull and Keys; Football. MARY LOUISE LYMAN Oakland Letters and Science —Psychology Gamma Phi Beta; Pry- tanean; Penile; Honor Student; Blue and Gold (2) (3); Judicial Commit- tee; Pan-Hellenic; Little Theatre; President ' s Re- ception Committee; Personnel; Y.W.C.A. MARY McCABE LYNCH San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Russian Dobro Slave Slavic Society; Newman Club. PATRICIA MARY LYNCH San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Pi Beta Phi; Daily Californian (1); Intramural Board (2)(3); Newman Club. JOHN RAYMOND LYON Hanford Engineering —Electrical Engineering Eta Kappa Nu; Track (1); Weight Basketball; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Calvin Club, JEAN LOUISE LYONS Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Phrateres; Little Theatre Managerial Staff; Assembly Danc e Committee; Mixer Dance Committee. DOROTHY JEAN LYVERE Inglewood Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Beta Phi Alpha; Phrateres; Counseling (1)(2); W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; Class Committees. PATRICIA LAMOUR McALLISTER Los Angeles Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College; W.A.A.; Class Committees. GRACE M. McALPINE Los Angeles Letters and Science —Physical Education, —Hygiene Transfer from Los Angeles City College; W.A.A. Council, Sailing Manager. ERMET JOSEPH MACARIO San Francisco Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from San Francisco Junior College. HELEN ELIZABETH McARTOR Long Beach Commerce —Business Administration Phi Chi Theta; Pi Alpha Sigma; Phrateres; Blue and Gold; Housing Board; Bureau of Public Relations; Personnel; Masonic Club; Commerce Association. WILLIAM MONTGOMERY McCAIN San Francisco Engineering ----Civil Engineering Delta Upsilon; Winged Helmet; Skull and Keys. BETTY LUCILLE McCALLAN Oakland Letters and Science —General Curriculum Delta Delta Delta; Rally Committee; Counseling. ROBERT E. McCALLUM Grass Valley Letters and Science —Geology Masonic Club; U.C. Geological Society. LENORA VIRGINIA McCARTER Wood lake Letters and Science —English Transfer from Visalia Junior College. JAMES REDMOND McCARTHY San Francisco Letters and Science — Political Science. JANET PATRICIA MacCAUGHEY Berkeley Letters and Science — Political Science Alpha Xi Delta; Mortar Board; Prytanean; Pi Alpha Sigma; Mask and Dagger; Thalian; Hammer and Dim- mer; Activity Council; Counseling; Little Theatre, Women ' s Manager; Dramatics Council. KATHRYN ELISABETH McCOMB Los Angeles Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Areta; Honor Student; University Chorus; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A. WILLIAM CHAFFEY McCON NAHA Crescent City Letters and Science — Economics Sigma Phi Sigma; Phi Phi; Blue and Gold (2); Big " C " Guard. JOHN WALLACE McCONNELL Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Phi Sigma Kappa; Beta Alpha Rho; Honor Student; Interfraternity Council; Radio Commission; Visitations Committee, Chairman; Assembly Dance Committee; Readers ' Club. LELA McCONNELL Healdsburg Commerce —Economics Alpha Delta Pi; Elections Council (1)(2); Personnel (1) (2). RICHARD URQUHART McCONNELL Los Angeles Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Los Angeles Junior Col lege; Alpha Gamma Omega; Calvin Club. AUDREY LOUISE McCOY Oakland Letters and Science —H istory Phrateres; Counseling (3)(4); Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; College Women ' s Club Juniors; Intramural Sports; Masonic Club; Utrimgue; Class Committees. DONALD CLYDE McCOY Orinda Letters and Science — International Relations Gamma Beta; Music Council; Glee Club; Newman Club. RICHARD NASH McCOY Arroyo Grande Chemistry —Chemical Technology Abracadabra; Scabbard and Blade; California Cannoneers; Thumbwaggers Club; Winter Sports Club. AMY LOU McCRANEY Nevada City Letters and Science — Decorative Art Chi Omega; Delta Chi Alpha. MARVIN McCRAY Berkeley Letters and Science — Anthropology Transfer from Pomona College; Masonic Club; Camera Club. ZELDA ELIZABETH McCULLAGH Turlock Letters and Science —English W.A.A.; Phrateres; Calvin Club. DOROTHY LOUISE McCULLEY Cedarville Commerce —Economics Blue and Gold (2); California Engineer (3) ; Little Theatre Make-up Staff (3); W.A.A.; Commerce Association; Class Committees. DOROTHY CLARK McDONALD Oakland Letters and Science —Political Science. 104 FLETCHER JAMES McDONALD Oakland Letters and Science —Physical Education. RODERICI( HUGH MacDONALD San Francisco Commerce —Business Administration Alpha Delta Sigma; Boxing (1); Intramural Sports; Newman Club. ADELINE CATHERINE McDONOUGH San Francis co Commerce —Economics Beta Phi Alpha; Blue and Gold; Pelican; Pan-Hellenic Council; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; Newman Club; Class Committees. ARTHUR JAMES McDONOUGH Berkeley Commerce —Foreign Trade Rally Committee; Pershing Rifles. ROBERT T. MacDOUGALL, JR. Berkeley Agriculture — Forestry. ELEANOR JANE McGAH IE San Francisco Letters and Science — Political Science Delta Delta Delta; Class Committees. JOHN McGEE Sutter Creek Letters and Science —Chemistry Alpha Delta Phi; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Tri-Une; Basketball. MADELYN ARLINE McGLYNN Berkeley Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Physical Education Majors ' Club. DONALD ROY McGREGOR Lompoc Mining. BETTY KATHERINE McGUIRE Sacramento Letters and Science —History Transfer from Sacramento Junior College. FRANCIS EUGENE McKENNA Oakland Chemistry Honor Student; American Chemical Society. GLENN WILLIAM MacKENZIE Petaluma Commerce. JOHN RICHARD McKINLEY Oakland Letters and Science —Political Science. ELLIS CARL McKINSEY Marysville Engineering —Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ELDEN LOUIS McKOWN San Francisco Commerce —Economics Student Health Committee; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Congress. MICHAEL McLAUGHLIN Nevada, Iowa Commerce —Accounting. AUSTIN DANIEL McLEAN Scotia Letters and Science —Chemistry H onor Student. SYLVIA VIRGINIA McLEAN Long Beach Letters and Science —Economics Kappa Delta; Blue and Gold; California Engineer; Bureau of Public Relations; Y.W.C.A.; Class Committees. MYRTLE DEWHIRST McLELLAN Fresno Letters and Science — Music Transfer from Fresno State College; Areta; Y.W.C.A.; University Music Club. LINCOLN GAY MACLISE Beverly Hills Agriculture —Agricultural Economics Alpha Delta Phi; Winged Helmet; Circle " C " Society; Swimming, Captain; Basketball Manager (2); lnterfraternity Council; Class Committees. CHARMION LOUISE McMASTER Oakland Letters and Science — General Curriculum Pi Beta Phi; Secretary to A.S.U.C. Vice-President and Women ' s Representative; College Women ' s Club Juniors. N. IDELL McMULLIN Alameda Letters and Science — H istory Alpha Delta Pi; Prytanean; Hammer and Coffin; Pelican; Art Bureau, Manager; Counseling. MARGARET ELIZABETH McNAMARA Oakland Letters and Science —Decorative Art Transfer from Colorado University; Alpha Phi; U.C. Flying Club; Class Committees. GEORGE WASHINGTON McNEIL Deliver, Colorado Commerce — Accounting Transfer from Santa Monica Junior College; Alpha Delta Sigma; Hammer and Coffin; Beta Alpha Psi; Pelican, Manager. Cal tennis players start wielding rackets for the varsity season 105 MARIE LOUISE McNUTT San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Pelican. MARY GUNNISON McPEAI( Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Delta Delta Delta. JOHN D. McPHERSON San Marcos Commerce —Business Administration Bowles Hall; Golden Bear; Phi Epsilon Chi; Honor Student; A.S.U.C. Presi- dent; Executive Committee; Finance Committee, Chair- man; Men ' s Judicial Com- mittee; Blue and Gold; California Club. JOHN EDWIN McQUILLAN Oakland Agriculture —Forestry Intramural Sports. CHRISTINA ANTOINETTE McWEENEY San Francisco Letters and Science —History Newman Club. VALMA MADDOX Oakland Letters and Science —General Curriculum Gamma Phi Beta; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A. Council; Intramural Board, Chairman; Swimming; Bowling; Winter Sports Club; Class Committees. SHIRLEY FRANCES MADDUX El Centro Letters and Science —Art Transfer from El Centro Junior College; Delta Epsilon; Blue and Gold; Treble Clef; Intramural Sports; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Women ' s Dormitory Council; Y.W.C.A. THOMAS FRANCIS M AG U I RE San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics. HARVEY I RWIN MAGY Los Angeles Agriculture — Entomology Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Entomology Club. RAYMOND ROY MAINES Riverdale Letters and Science —Economics Honor Student; Labor Board; Debating; Senate. FLORENCE MAKOWER Berkeley Letters and Science — Public Health Little Theatre; Counseling; Class Committees. LUCY CHRISTENE MALCOLM Berkeley Letters and Science —Decorative Art Delta Chi Alpha; Guild of Applied Arts. OLIVER MALCOLMSON Big Creek Letters and Science —English Transfer from College of the Pacific; Sigma Phi Epsilon. ELIZABETH CORINNE MALIM San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Casa H ispana. DOROTHY MARY MALLOCH Alameda Letters and Science — H istory International House, Associate Member; Treble Clef; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; Class Committees. TED MALM Berkeley Commerce —Economics Beta Gamma Sigma; Proskopoi; Honor Students ' Council; Debating Manager; Camera Club, President. FLORA SILVIA MANCEBO Penryn Letters and Science —Spanish Counseling. JUANITA LORRAINE MAN KI NS Ukiah Letters and Science — Psychology Housing Board; Student Health Committee, Secretary; Bureau of Public Relations; Counseling. GEORGE MAR King City Letters and Science — Geography Pi Alpha Phi; Chinese Students ' Club. JOSEPH WESTON MARCELIN 0 Berkeley Chemistry Honor Student. JUANITA MARC HBAN KS Nashville, Tennessee Letters and Science —Political Science. MELVIN FRANCIS MARGOLIN Los Angeles Cemmerce —Economics Transfer from Santa Monica Junior College; A.S.U.C. Band. STANTON MERLE MARKOVITS Oakland Letters and Science — Physical Education Pi Lambda Phi; Baseball (1). DENZIL FORREST MARLEY Phoenix, Arizona Commerce —Insurance Transfer from University of Arizona; Sigma Nu; Bowles Hall; Winter Sports Club; Commerce Association. LORRAINE HARRIET MARSH Oakland Letters and Science — Economics Sigma Kappa; Prytanean; Panile; Pi Phi Delta; Honor Student; Women ' s Activity Council; Elections Council, Sub-Chairman; Personnel, Chairman; President ' s Reception Committee. BEVERLY CONSTANCE MARSHALL San Francisco Letters and Science — H istory Alpha Gamma Delta; Pelican; Treble Clef; Y.W.C.A. FRED C. MARSHALL Santa Monica Engineering —Civil Engineering Big " C " Society; Track. RICHARD CEDRI C MARSHALL San Francisco Agriculture — Forestry Barrington Hall; Swimming (1)(2); Forestry Club. NORMA JEAN MARTENS Berkeley L etters and Science — History. RICHARD GEORGE MARTENS Stockton Commerce —Accounting Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Debating (3)(4); Glee Club (1) (2) (3); Orientations (3); Class Committees. JEAN MARGARET MARTIN Oakland Nursing — Public Health Nursing Alpha Tau Delta; Delta Sigma Theta; Y.W.C.A. ERNEST ANGELO MARTINELLI Oakland Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Xi; Pi Mu Epsilon. 106 LOUIS PETER MARTINI St. Helena Agriculture —Fruit Products. PATRICIA ANNE MARTYR Long Beach Letters and Science —General Curriculum Phrateres; Education Club; Class Committees. GENE EDWARD MASCH MEYER Oakland Letters and Science —Journalism Tennis Team; Y.M.C.A.; Press Club. RAYMOND HUGUS MASON Dos Palos Agriculture —Soil Science Transfer from Fresno State College. CLARENCE WILLIS MASONHEIMER Berkeley Letters and Science —Economics Baton; A.S.U.C. Band. JOHN.WITOLD MASS Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Chicago University; Honor Student; Debating; Congress. MARILYN MASTICK Alameda Letters and Science — General Curriculum Kappa Alpha Theta; Little Theatre; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Treasurer; Class Committees. KEN MASUDA Fresno Commerce Transfer from Fresno State College. CARLOS ARMANDO MATEUS Los Angeles Engineering Transfer from Texas College of Mines; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. EULALIE MATHESON Martinez Letters and Science — Physical Education W.A.A.; Dormitory Association; Physical Education Major ' s Club. CAROL COLBY MATHEWSON Berkeley Letters and Science —History Daily Californian; Bureau of Public Relations; Y.W.C.A.; Visitations Committee; College Women ' s Club Juniors, President; Crop and Saddle. PAUL TSUKASA MATSUMURA Sacramento Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Oxford Hall; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Japanese Student Club. ARTHUR ASAMI MATSUURA Fowler Letters and Science — Architecture. RICHARD VANCE MATTESON Palo Alto Letters and Science — Art Transfer from San Jose State College; Hammer and Coffin; Daily Californian Art Editor; Pelican Editorial Board; California Engineer; Art Bureau. VINTON STEWART MATTHEWS San Jose Letters and Science —Physiology Alpha Tau Omega; Scabbard and Blade; Alpha Phi Omega; California Cannoneers. JOHN A. MATTIS Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Phi; Crew Manager (2) (3); Varsity Rowing Club. JOSEPH HUGO MAULHARDT Oxnard Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Ventura Junior College; Theta Xi; Delta Phi Epsilon. BARBARA JANE MAY San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum President ' s Student Advisory Committee. JANEECE KATHRYN MAYER Los Angeles Letters and Science —Psychology Psi Chi; Sigma Sigma Pi; Chi Sigma; Honor Student; Blue and Gold; Y.W.C.A.; Assembly Dance Committee; Masonic Club; Psychology Club. WILLIAM VERNON MAYER Sacramento Letters and Science — Zoology Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Barrington Hall; Sigma Sigma Pi; Cooper Club. UME MAYEWAKI Hanford Letters and Science —History Japanese Women ' s Student Club. GENE EARL MEACHER Taft Mining —Petroleum Engineering Transfer from Taft Junior College; American Association of Mining and Metalurgical Engineers; Mining Association; Men ' s Dormitory Association. JOHN ROBERT MEAKER Berkeley Letters and Science — Art Delta Epsilon; Hammer and Dimmer; Quarterdeck; Little Theatre; Crew; U.C. Life Saving Corps, Vice-President. JOHN WALTER MECORNEY Berkeley Chemistry Honor Student. Cal ' s twin tracksters spring at the starter ' s gun MARGARET ESTELLE MEE Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Radio Commission; Y.W.C.A.; Christian Science Society. RAYBURN DAYTON MEHLHAFF Lodi Letters and Science —Optometry Omega Delta. EDWIN BERNARD MEHR Maplewood, New Jersey Letters and Science —Optometry Transfer from City College of New York. AUDREY G. MEIER San Francisco Letters and Science —Public Speaking Chi Omega. PHYLLIS JANE MEINBERGER San Francisco Letters and Scienc e —General Curriculum Alpha Xi Delta; California Engineer; Advertising Service Bureau; Elections Council; Counseling; Class Committees. MARGARET MELHASE Berkeley Chemistry Sigma Xi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Iota Sigma Pi; Honor Student; Engineers Council; American Chemical Society, President. WILLIAM THOMPSON MENARD Colfax Commerce Transfer from Fresno State College; White Manor. RVA N FRANK MENDENHALL Santa Maria Engineering —Civil Engineering Chi Epsilon; American Society of Civil Engineers; Yell Leader. FREDERICK E. MERRELL Berkeley Letters and Science —Journalism Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Circle " C " Society; Alpha Delta Sigma; Pi Delta Epsilon, President; Phi Phi; Gamma Beta; Tri-Omicron; Daily Californian, Co py Editor; Wrestling Manager (3) (4); Pelican Editorial Board. ALFRED HOVDE MERRILL Santa Barbara Agriculture — Forestry Transfer from Santa Barbara State College; C.A.A. Flying; Forestry Club. PHYLLIS MESHEKOW Berkeley Letters and Science —Psychology Transfer from U.C.L.A. RICHARD LEWIS MESLE Sherrill, New York Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Graceland Junior College. ADELE C. MEYER San Francisco Letters and Science — H istory Daily Californian Art Staff. JOHN PAUL MEYER Berkeley Commerce Delta Tau Delta; Tennis (1); Baseball Manager. MARGERY M. MEYER Berkeley Letters and Science —H istory Sigma Sigma Pi; Blue and Gold; Counseling; Newsman Club; Class Committees. PAUL GEORGE MEYER Berkeley Commerce —Advertising. CLAIRE SHIRLEY MICHEL Richmond Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Women ' s " C " Society; Nu Sigma Psi; W.A.A.; Volleyball Manager; Physical Education Major ' s Club. ELAINE KRISTINE MICHELS Oakland Letters and Science — H istory Phi Mu; Counseling; Personnel; Class Committees. IRENE MICHELS Beverly Hills Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Little Theatre Managerial Staff (3). JESSIE LUPTON M IELENZ Winton Letters and Science — Political Science. CRESSIDA THERESA MIELKE San Francisco Letters and Science — Dramatic Literature Honor Student; Treble Clef. FREDERICK JOHNSON MILES Auburn Commerce —Accounting Transfer from Placer Junior College; Bachelordon; Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Honor Student; Stude nt Advisory Council; Commerce Association. MICHAEL MILI(IS Los Angeles Engineering — Electrical Engineering Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Barrington Hall; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Honor Student; American Institute of Electrical Engineers, Treasurer. ELLEN FRANCES MILLER Yuba City Commerce —Economics Transfer from Yuba County Junior College; Phi Chi Theta; Newman Club. RICHARD JAMES MILLER San Francisco Letters and Science —H istory Alpha Gamma Omega; Honor Student; Epworth Club; U.C. Bible League. ROBERT OSCAR MILLER Los Angeles Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from U.C.L.A.; Bowles Hall; Tau Beta Pi; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. RUTH MILLER Berkeley Letters and Science —Economics. THOMAS NUTTALL MILLER, JR. Ukiah Commerce —Accounting Store Board. WALTER MILLER San Francisco Commerce —Economics Sheridan Hall; Honor Student; Basketball (1); Commerce Association. BARBARA ANN MILLS San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Y.W.C.A. WILLIAM LEONARD MILWEE Hanford Commerce —Economics Transfer from U.C.L.A. SHIRLEY MAXINE MINARD Oakland Letters and Science —Art Honor Student; Little Theatre Art Staff; W.A.A. 108 FRANCES GREGG MINER Glendale Letters and Science —Journalism Transfer from Glendale Junior Col lege; Pi Alpha Sigma; Advertising Service Bureau; Woolen ' s Dormitory Council. ROY STEIN M I N KLER Sail Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science. JANE ALLISON MINSHALL San Diego Agriculture —Landscape Design Beta Phi Alpha; Women ' s " C " Society; W.A.A., Vice-President; Crop and Saddle, Manager. ROY GANCHO M ITA Sacramento Letters and Science —Political Science Japanese Student Club; Varsity Rifle Team (3) (4); Student Relations Committee (3); A.S.U.C. Card Sales (3) (4); Congress. TOM JUN MITSUYOSH I Irvington Agriculture —Plant Pathology Japanese Student Club. EARL M ITTLER Berkeley Agriculture —Entomology Alpha Zeta; Circle ' ' C " Society, Vice-President; Athletic Council; Varsity Boxing Team; Boxing Manager (3). HARUO WALTER MIYAO Florin Letters and Science — Public Health Transfer front Sacramento Junior College. GENEVIEVE MOFFITT Piedmont Letters and Science —General Curriculum Kappa Alpha Theta; Honor Student. ALEXANDER S. MO IS EN CO Los Gatos Engineering — Electrical Engineering Transfer from San Jose State College; Alka Hall; Ice Hockey Manager; Assembly Dance Committee, Chairman; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Men ' s Dormitory Council. PETER JOHN MONIZ Sacramento Letters and Science —H istory Transfer front Sacramento Junior College. CHARLES CLIFFORD MOORE Hollywood Letters and Science — General Curriculum White Shingles; Scabbard and Blade; Crew (1) (2) (3); Varsity Rowing Club; Men ' s Dormitory Association; Masonic Club; Pre-Med Club; Class Committees. CHARLES SCOTT MOORE Knights Landing Engineering — Civil Engineering Alpha Delta Sigma; California Engineer, Manager (4); Publications Council; American Society of Civil Engineers. DOROTRY MOORE RICHTER Alameda Letters and Science — Decorative Art Kappa Phi; Honor Student; Guild of Applied Arts; Wesley Foundation. JAMES DENIS MOORE, JR. San Pedro Chemistry Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Phi; Crew (1) (2). JAMES FRANCIS MOORE Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Radio Commission; Senate. POLLY ANNE MOORHEAD Marysville Letters and Science — Psychology Epworth Hall; University Chorus (2); Phrateres. CARL MORBY Santa Barbara Letters and Science — Zoology Transfer from Santa Barbara State College. EDWARD JOHN MOREHOUSE San Francisco Commerce —Business Administration Sigma Nu. JOHN HOWARD MORGAN, JR. El Centro Commerce Pi Phi. TOSH !KO MORITA Stockton Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Stockton Junior College; Japanese Women ' s Student Club. TA KASH I MORIUCHI Livingston Commerce. ALMA THERESA MOROSOLI San Francisco Letters and Science — Italian Pi Mu Iota; Education Club; Circolo Italian°. ALBERT JEROME MORRIS Los Angeles Engineering — Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. CHARLOTTE PRINCE MORRIS San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics International House; Prytaitean; Pi Alpha Sigma, President; Publica- tions Council; Women ' s Activity Council; Advertis- ing Service Bureau, Manager; Assistant Manager, Handbook. Freshmen women appear dubious when confronted with registration red tape 109 DOROTHY ELEANOR MORRIS Oakland Letters and Science — Physical Education, Hygiene Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; W.A.A.; Phrateres. SH I RLEY ALLEEN MORRISON Oakland Commerce Beta Gamma Sigma; Phi Chi Theta. EMMET A. MOSSMAN Long Beach Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Loyola University; Barrington Hall; Intramural Sports; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. EDMUND S. MOULTON Berkeley Letters and Science —Chemistry. LEROY IRVINE MOUNTJOY Berkeley Letters and Science — Mathematics Men ' s Judicial Committee. LOREN GEORGE MOWREY Modesto Commerce —Economics Alpha Nu Sigma; Honor Student. BARBARA MADELEINE MOVES San Francisco Letters and Science — General Curriculum Pelican; Advertising Service Bureau; Little Theatre; Counseling. JOHN ALLAN MUIR Bakersfield Mining —Petroleum Engineering. VIRGINIA AURILLA MUNS San Diego Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Transfer from San Diego State College; W.A.A. JAMES ALVIN MURPHEY Pasadena Letters and Science —Architecture Bowles Hall; Delta Sigma Chi; Chi Alpha Kappa; California Engineer; Architectural Association. EVELYN MURPHY Berkeley Letters and Science —Economics Beta Phi Alpha; Pi Phi Delta; Honor Student; Students ' Advisory Committee; Blue and Gold; Counseling; Personnel; Vocational Guidance Committee. MARGARET MURPHY Petaluma Commerce Kappa Delta; Phi Chi Theta; Counseling; Personnel (1)(2)(3); Orientations; Commerce Association. ELDON MURRAY Riverside Letters and Science —Public Health Oxford Hall; Crew (1); Housing Board (3)(4). LAUVEN IA MARTHA MURRAY Albany Letters and Science —Spanish. GERALDINE ELAINE MUSIC Oakland Letters and Science —Public Speaking Blue and Gold Managerial Staff. MATTHEW PETER NACKOWSKI San Francisco Letters and Science — Geology. EDWARD TAMAKI NAKAGAWA Turlock Commerce — Foreign Trade Transfer from Modesto Junior College; Beta Gamma Sigma; Honor Student; Housing Board; Commerce Association. HARRY YOSH ITO NAI(AHARA Salinas Letters and Science — Architecture Japanese Students ' Club. JOE NAKASH I MA San Francisco Commerce —Business Administration. NANCY NANASSY Fontana Letters and Science — Decorative Art Transfer from Chaffey Junior College; Ritter Hall; Sigma Sigma Pi; Phrateres; Dormitory Council; Class Committees. EDMUND ALLENBY NAPHAN Berkeley Agriculture —Soil Science Alpha Zeta; Soil Science Club. LORRAINE ANNETTE NASH Berkeley Letters and Science —English Phrateres; Newman Club. EDWARD ARGE NATHAN San Francisco Letters and Science — General Curriculum Student Health Committee. ELEANOR NAZRO San Marino Letters and Science — Psychology Transfer from Pomona College; Y.W.C.A.; Personnel. JAMES EDWARD NEAL Lodi Letters and Science — Political Science Transfer from San Francisc Junior College; Delta Phi Epsilon; Class Committees. CONSTANCE NEALL San Leandro Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene W.A.A.; Physical Education Majors ' Club. WILMA HUBBARD NEFF Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Honor Student. RICHARD WILLAN NEIL San Diego Letters and Science —Zoology Transfer from San Diego State College; Barrington Hall; Housing Board. HARRIET NELSON Autos Letters and Science — Public Health W.A.A.; Public Health Majors ' Cluh; University 4-H Club. JAMES W. NELSON, JR. Berkeley Engineering —Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Tau Pi Sigma; Engineers Council; Americans Institute of Electrical Engineers; Masonic Club. SYLVIA DIANA ROBERT ROY MOSS MURDOCH Alameda Oakland Letters and Science Engineering — General Curriculum —Civil Engineering Kappa Alpha Theta. Engineers Council, Treasurer (3), Chairman (4); American Society of Chemical Engineers. 110 JOHN ANDERSON NELSON, II Altadena Commerce —Economics Transfer from Stanford University; Delta Upsilon. JUNE CLAIRE NELSON San Diego Letters and Science —Decorative Art Transfer from San Diego State College; Alpha Phi; Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports. MATILDA ELIZABETH NELSON Piercy Commerce —Economics Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College; Phi Chi Theta; Honor Student; Phrateres; Commerce Association. BENJAMIN NERENBERG Los Angeles Letters and Science —Optometry Transfer from New York City College; U.C. Student Cooperative Association; Omega Delta; Honor Student. BETTY JANE NEVIS Berkeley Letters and Science —German U.C. Flying Club; Deutscher Verein. WARNER ROBERT NEWELL, JR. Colton Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer train San Bernardino Junior College; Phi Sigma Kappa; Little Theatre. ELIZABETH MITCHELL NEWMAN Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Pi Beta Phi; Pelican; President ' s Reception Committee; Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports; Class Committees. RUSSELL WALLACE NEWMAN Berkeley Letters and Science —Anthropology Lambda Chi Alpha; Honor Student. FRANK WILSON NICHOLS Colton Letters and Science —Art. ELMER N IELSEN Berkeley Chemistry —Chemical Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma; Sigma Xi; Scabbard and Blade; Honor Student; American Chemical Society. JACK NORMAN NIELSEN Novato Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Marin Junior College; Honor Student; California Engineer; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ROBERT HAAI(ON N IELSEN Oakland Letters and Science —Dramatic Literature Mask and Dagger; Little Theatre. ROBERT E. N ISBET Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Junior Varsity Debating (3); Labor Board (3); Open Forum Board (3); Senate, President; Class Committees. GEORGE N. NISH I MOTO San Francisco Letters and Science —Public Speaking Japanese Students ' Club; Circle " C " Society; Thalian; Congress; Readers ' Club. HAROLD EMIL NISSEN Oakland Mining —Petroleum Engineering Theta Tau; American Institute of Mechanical Engineers; Mining Association. WILLIAM RICHARD NORTON Berkeley Agriculture —Agricultural Economics Phi Kappa Sigma; Scabbard and Blade; Quarterdeck; Alpha Zeta; Swimming; Class Committees. AKIRA NOSE Berkeley Commerce — Foreign Trade Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Japanese Student Club; Beta Gamma Sigma; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau. GEORGE VICTOR NOVIKOFF San Francisco Engineering — Civil Engineering Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; American Society of Civil Engineers. ROBERT WALLACE NOYES Oakland Letters and Science —Medical Science Phi Gamma Delta; Honor Student; Crew (1)(2)(3). DONALD RALPH NUSS Los Angeles Mining — Petroleum Engineering Kappa Sigma; Theta Tau. MERILYN VELLA NUTT Pasadena Letters and Science — Political Science Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; International House; Prytanean; Theta Sigma Phi, President; Daily Californian. CHARTLEY MARGARET NUTTER Oakland Agriculture —Dietetics Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Home Economics Club. JOHN MORRISON NYE Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum. JEAN OAI(LEY Los Angeles Letters and Science —General Curriculum Kappa Alpha Theta; Torch and Shield; Counseling (2); W.A.A. (1) (2) (3);. Intramural Sports; Class Committees. Lunchtime brings fraternity men together for conversation and calories 111 MARGARET ELIZABETH OATMAN Berkeley Letters and Science — Public Speaking Alpha Gamma Delta; Treble Clef; Calvin Club. RAYMOND FRANCIS O ' BRIEN Altadena Letters and Science —Music Transfer from San Bernardino Junior College; Alpha Mu. JIM TADASHI ODA Florin Letters and Science —Chemistry Transfer from Sacramento Junior College. ALTHALEE O ' DELL Susanville Letters and Science —Psychology Transfer from Lassen Junior College; Stebbins Hall; Sigma Sigma Pi; T reble Clef (3) (4); Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports (3)(4); Psychology Club. ROBERT BENJAMIN ODELL Piedmont Commerce — Economics Golden Bear; Phi Epsilon Chi; Senior Peace Committee; Class Secretary-Treasurer (4); Class Officers Council, Secretary-Treasurer; President ' s Reception Committee; Class Committees. H OG II MO OGAWA Monterey Letters and Science —History Transfer from Salinas Junior College; Japanese Student Club. VERNA OGBURN Oakland Letters and Science — Public Speaking Alpha Gamma Delta; Little Theatre; Counseling; Phrateres; Intramural Sports ; Radio Commission; Masonic Club; Reader ' s Club; Class Committees. DALLACE WELSLEY OGILVIE Oakland Engineering —Civil Engineering Scabbard and Blade; Rifle Team Manager; American Society of Civil Engineers; Society of American Military Engineers; U.C. Squash Club. BURDETTE A. OGLE Berkeley Letters and Science —Geology Phi Kappa Tau; Phi Phi; Phi Epsilon Chi; Theta Tau; Rambler Football; Rugby; Senior Peace Committee; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. NELLIE JEANNE OGLE Oroville Commerce —Accounting Phi Chi Theta; Honor Student; Counseling; Women ' s Dormitory Council; Masonic Club. MARIE GHANIAN Burlingame Letters and Science —Journalism Honor Student; Grizzly; Press Club. RICHARD THOMAS OHM Stockton Letters and Science —General Curriculum Phi Gamma Delta; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta; Football Manager (2) (3). CONSTANCE NORMAN OHNSORG Sacramento Letters and Science —Art Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Intramural Sports; College Women ' s Club Juniors. TOKIO FRED OKAMURA El Centro Chemistry Transfer from Central Junior College; North Lynne; Japanese Student Club. GRACE DARKE O ' KEEFE Berkeley Nursing —Public Health Nursing Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Honor Student. PATRICIA ANN O ' KEEFE Oakland Letters and Science —H istory Prytanean; Honor Student; Women ' s Activity Council; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Counseling; Utrimque, President; Class Committees. MAKOTO SAM OKUBARA Mill Valley Letters and Science —I nternational Relations Transfer from Marin Junior College. LUELLA MAE OLAVE Hollister Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Women ' s " C " Society; W.A.A. Council; Riflery Manager; Physical Education Majors ' Club. MARY PAULINE OLSEN Redwood City Letters and Science —Music Transfer from Dominican College; Chi Omega; Little Theatre Make-up Staff; Costume Staff; University Chorus; Radio Commission; Music Club. ALBERT THEODORE OLSON, JR. Vallejo Letters and Science —H istory, Education Big " C " Society; Sigma Sigma Pi; California Cannoneers; Football Manager (4). CARL ALEXIUS OLSON, JR. Newcastle Engineering —Civil Engineering Bachelordon; Tau Beta Pi; Fraternity Scholastic Honor Society; Chi Epsilon; Scab- bard and Blade; Men ' s Ju- diciary Committee; Basket- ball ; I nterfraternity Council; American Society of Civil Engineers, President. ROBERT LAWLOR OLSON Clarkshurg Letters and Science —Chemistry Sigma Phi; Big " C " Society; Fraternity Scho- lastic Honor Society; Phi Epsilon Chi; Alpha Phi Omega; Honor Student; Crew; Glee Club; Inter- fraternity Council; Varsity Rowing Club. WALTER EARL OLSON Petaluma Engineering —Civil Engineering Barrington Hall; American Society of Civil Engineers. CAROLINE OMO Oakland Letters and Science —Public Health Masonic Club. MARY MARGARET O ' NEILL Oakland Letters and Science — Physical Education, Hygiene Personnel; W.A.A.; Newman Club; Physical Education Majors ' Club. EDWIN JOSEPH ONGERTH San Francisco Letters and Science — Physical Education, Hygiene Big " C " Society. AYAKO BETTY ONO San Francisco Letters and Science — H istory Y.W.C.A.; Japanese Woolen ' s Student Club. JOAN G. OPPENHEIMER Ross Letters and Science —Public Health Stebbins Hall; Honor Student; Student Health Committee. MARGARET BLAIR ORCHISON Piedmont Letters and Science —History Transfer from Mills Col- lege; International House: Mortar Board; Prytanean; Women ' s Activity Council; Blue and Gold (2) (3), Associate Editor (4); Women ' s Judicial Committee (3) (4); President ' s Reception Committee. MAVIS NOREEN O ' REILLY San Luis Obispo Letters and Science —Public Speaking W.A.A.; Readers ' Club. MILDRED LORRAINE ORENDORFF San Leandro Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Areta; Delta Chi Alpha; International House, Associate Member; Masonic Club; Class Committees. GEORGENE ELLENA OSBORNE Ripon Letters and Science — General Curriculum. 112 LUCILLE CLAIRE O ' SULLIVAN Santa Rosa Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from Sonoma County Junior College; Alpha Omicron Pi; Little Theatre Managerial Staff; Intramural Sports. CHARLES WALTER O ' TOOLE Alameda Commerce —Business Management Big " C " Society; Baseball; Commerce Association. PHYLLIS ELOISE OTTEN San Francisco Letters and Science —English, Dramatic Literature Transfer from San Francisco Women ' s Col lege; Thalian; Little Theatre; Radio Commission; W.A.A. VIRGINIA ROXIE OTTO Pasadena Letters and Science — General Curriculum. HENRY WING OW San Francisco Commerce — Accounting. BARBARA ANN PAGE Camarillo Letters and Science —Public Speaking International House. ROBERT TREAT PAI NE Santa Rosa Letters and Science — Chemistry Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College: Oxford Hall. GEORGE KELLY PALMER Santa Rosa Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College; Kappa Sigma; Glee Club; U.C. Life Saving Corps. ROBERT LEMONT PANNELL Santa Ana Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Santa Ana Junior College; Oxford Hall. VICTOR EMANUEL PAOLIN I Santa Rosa Letters and Science —Economics Honor Student; Debating (1); Rally Committee; Masonic Club. CHRIS PAPAS Stockton Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from College of the Pacific. RUTH PATRICIA PARKER Pasadena Letters and Science — Public Health Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; University Chorus; Phrateres. SHIRLEY JEAN PARKER El Segundo Letters and Science —H istory Zeta Tau Alpha; Little Theatre Managerial Staff; A.S.U.C. Card Sales; Counseling ; Masonic Club. ROBERT FREDERICK PARLETT San Mattes Engineering —Civil Engineering Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Honor Student; American Society of Civil Engineers, Treasurer. ELIZABETH FRANCES PARROTT San Leandro Letters and Science —Decorative Art Delta Chi Alpha; Kappa Phi. MIRIAM LEE PARSONS Berkeley Letters and Science —Public Speaking A.S.U.C. Social Committee (2); Y.W.C.A.; Counseling (2) (3) (4); Masonic Club. WILLIAM EDWARD PATCHETT Pasadena Engineering —Civil Engineering. ELEANOR PATRICK Bakersfield Letters and Science —H istory Zeta Tau Alpha; Litttle Theatre; Masonic Club. ROBERT EDWARD PATTERSON Pasadena Letters and Science —General Curriculum Phi Gamma Delta; Skull and Keys. WALTER ALFRED PAUL San Francisco Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Barrington Hall. HERBERT SIDNEY PAULIVE Boston, Massachusettts Letters and Science —H istory A.S.U.C. Band. BETTY JANE PAXTON Santa Barbara Letters and Science —General Curriculum Chi Omega; Mask and Dagger; Pelican (2); Class Committees. HELEN LORRAINE PAYTON San Diego Letters and Science —H istory. D. EILEEN PEACOCK Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Porterville Junior College; Y.W.C.A.; Phrateres. Pomp and ceremony marks the flag presentation at the annual Military Ball 113 WOOTEN PEARCE Berkeley Mining. JEAN MURDOCH PEAT South Pasadena Agriculture —Dietetics Transfer from Scripps College; Alpha Nu; Intramural Sailing; Home Econcinics Club. BARBARA JENNY PEEI EMA Gridley Letters and Science — Psychology Treble Clef; Intramural Board. CYRIL MORTON PELETZ Stockton Engineering — Civil Engineering Bowles Hall; Sigma Xi; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon, President; Scabbard and Blade; American Society of Civil Engineers, President; Baseball (1). KIRBY CLEMENT PENN Berkeley Letters and Science — Chemistry Scabbard and Blade; Alpha Phi Omega; California Cannoneers; U.C. Life Saving Corps; American Chemical Society. HENRY ANDREW PEOPLES Petaluma Letters and Science —Economics Alpha Sigma Phi. ROBERT PAUL PEREZ Oakland Engineering —Civil Engineering Engineers Council; American Society of Civil Engineers, President; Track (1)(4). ROBERT STANLEY PERKINS Arcadia Engineering — Electrical Engineering Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. RAYMOND VINCENT PETER Los Molinos Letters and Science —H istory Barrington Hall; Sigma Sigma Pi; Honor Student; Housing Board; Student Workers ' Federation; Newman Club. RICHARD MYRL PETER Oakland Letters and Science — Physical Education Phi Kappa Sigma; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Big " C " Society; Phi Epsilon Chi; Track; Intramural Sports. POLLY LOIS PETERS Berkeley Letters and Science — Public Speaking Kappa Alpha Theta; Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports. WILMA LUCILLE PETERS Antoich Letters and Science —General Curriculum Utrimgue. EDWARD BENJAMIN PETERSEN Oaklad Letters and Science —Music Sigma Sigma Pi, Treasurer; University Symphony Orchestra; Library Club; Music Club. JOHN WILLIAM PETERSEN Beatrice Engineering —Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; American Society of Civil Engineers. MURRAY BERGNER PETERSEN Oakland Letters and Science — Public Speaking Varsity Rifle Team (2) (3)(4); R.O.T.C. Rifle Team(2) (3); U.C. Life Saving Corps; Bureau of Public Relations. CHARLES WREDE PETERSMEYER Los Angeles Letters and Science — Economics Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Golden Bear; Fraternity Scholastic Honor Society, President; Alpha Delta Sigma; Phi Epsilon Chi; Daily Califor- nian, Advertising Manager; Interfraternity Council. BERTIL JOSEPH PETERSON Madera Agriculture —Agricultural Economics. BONNIE JEAN PETERSON Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Blue and Gold (2); President ' s Student Ad- visory Committee (3). DOROTHY JEAN PETERSON Weed Letters and Science —History, Education Blue and Gold Managerial Staff (2); Debate Manager (3) ; Class Committees. FAY MARGUERITE PETERSON Oakland Letters and Science —Decorative Art Guild of Applied Arts; Little Theatre Art Staff, Costume Staff; W.A.A. MARJORIE JANE PETH Berkeley Letters and Science — English Transfer front Long Beach Junior College; Y.W.C.A. VLASTA KOUSOVA PETRAN KOVA Praha, Czechoslavakia Letters and Science —General Curriculum. JEAN LEWANNA PHILLIBER Davis Letters and Science —General Curriculum Delta Delta Delta; Haller Student. DON WOODROW PHILLIPS Ventura Commerce Transfer front Ventura Junior College; LaChance Lodge. MARGARET W. PHILLIPS Long Beach Letters and Science —English International House. KENNETH BUFORD PICKLE Orange Letters and Science —Journalism Bowles Hall; Alpha Alpha; Blue and Gold (2)(3); Associate Editor(4); Rally Committee(2) (3) ; A.S.U.C. Card Sales(2) (3); University Press Club. BERNADINE ELAINE PIERCE Oakland Letters and Science — Physical Education, Hygiene Transfer from the University of Washington; Physical Education Majors ' Club; Orchesis, Vice-President. LOIS GERTRUDE PIERCE Modesto Letters and Science —Art Transfer front Modesto Junior College; International House; University Chorus. DOROTHY PATRICIA PILGRIM San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from San Fran- cisco Junior College; Pi Phi Delta. LAURIE HARWOOD PILLING Del Monte Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from Salinas Junior College; Alpha Phi. LELAND LORRAINE EULALIA ARTELIA PEART PERNETTER Woodland Berkeley Chemistry Letters and Science Scabbard and Blade; —Decorative Art Baton; A.S.U.C. Band. Transfer from Prairie View State College; Delta Sigma Theta; Y.W.C.A. 114 FRANK PIMENTEL San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FRANK ARMAND PINAGLIA San Francisco Commerce —Economics Commerce Association; Music Club; University Press Club. EDWARD BLACKER RINGER San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Sigma Chi; Quarterdeck; Daily Californian; Football Manager(2); Rugby; Inter- fraternity Council; Big " C " Guard; Class Committees. ELIZABETH MAE PINGER Berkeley Letters and Science —H i story Kappa Alpha Theta; Ace at Clubs; Y.W.C.A. (1) (2); W.A.A.(1) (2); Intramural Sports (1) (2) (3); Class Committees. SHIRLEY ANN PITTAWAY Glendale Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Transfer from Glendale Junior College; Treble Clef; W.A.A.(3); Class Committees. WILLIAM PLESH KO Vallejo Chemistry. Sigma Xi; Scabbard and Blade; Pi Mu Epsilon; American Chemical Society; Bureau of Public Relations. KATHLEEN ELIZABETH PODMORE Oakland Commerce Honor Student; Treble Clef; Personnel; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; Commerce Association, Secretary. Treasurer; Class Ccmmittecs. JAMES T. POLK Upper Lake Engineering —Electrical Engineering Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. ROBERT EMERSON POND Long Beach Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer From Long Beach Junior College. WENDELL FRANCIS POND Dos Palos Engineering —Civil Engineering Swimming Team (1) ; American Society cf Civil Engineers. JOAN ELAINE PONSFORD Oakland Letters and Science —Journalism Alpha Delta Pi; Panile; Pi Alpha Sigma; Adver- tising Service Bureau; Treble Clef; Class Committees. ROBERT ARCH POORE Butte, Montana Letters and Science —H istory Sigma Chi; Fraternity Scholastic Honor Society; Honor Student; Glee Club. JOSEPHINE FLORENCE PORRAS San Francisco Letters and Science —H istory Newman Club. JEAN NOE PORTER Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Pi Beta Phi; Torch and Shield; Ace of Clubs; Women ' s Activity Council; Class Vice-President(1); Women ' s Rally Committee, Chairman; Y.W.C.A. MARY LOU PORTER Berkeley Letters and Sciece —History Sigma Kappa; Treble Clef; Bureau of Public Relations; Elections Committee; Personnel; Calvin Club; Class Committees. HAZEL E. B. PORTERFIELD Sierra Madre Letters and Science —General Curriculum. LILYAN TODD POSEY Berkeley Letters and Science —Public Speaking. ARCHIBALD LEWIS POTTER, JR. San Diego Letters and Science —Bacteriology Transfer from San Diego State College. DIMITRA POULOS Manteca Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Epsilon Phi Sigma; Pennant " C " Society; Orientations; W.A.A,; Physical Education Majors ' Club. HELEN LOUISE POWER Berkeley Letters and Science —Household Art Transfer from Southern Oregon College of Education; Ridgmont; Honor Student; Guild of Applied Arts. RUTH LESLIE POWER San Francisca Letters and Science —H istory Delta Zeta; Blue and Gold; Counseling; Class Committees. JOSEPH B. POWERS Campbell Letters and Science —Chemistry Abracadabra. LOUIS CONRAD FRANCIS POSSNER PRAETZEL Hollywood Larkspur Letters and Science Letters and Science —Physics —Chemical Engineering. Transfer from Los Transfer from Marin Junior Angeles City College; College; Barrington Hall; Barrington Hall. Golf; Newman Club; Chemistry Club. Mil-0 ' s and She-Sv ' s wait patiently in line to receive registration cards 115 BEVERLY PRATT Piedmont Letters and Science —H i story Pi Beta Phi; Ace of Clubs. WILLIAM PRAUN Oakland Letters and Science —Technical Criminology. Criminology Club, Vice-President. PATRICIA ANN PREISKER Santa Maria Letters and Science —History Alpha Xi Delta; International House. BOB PRESCOTT Santa Ana Letters and Science —Journalism Transfer from Santa Ana Junior College; Alpha Alpha; Swimming; Water Polo; University Press Club. FRANCIS GEORGE PRESTON Visalia Letters and Science —Medicine Phi Gamma Delta; Fraternity Honor Scholastic Society; Phi Chi; Honor Student; Baseball Manager (2) (3). AUGUST RODNEY PRESTWOOD San Rafael Letters and Science —Medical Science Nu Sigma Nu; Honor Student. VIRGINIA PREWETT Brentwood Letters and Science —H istory Kappa Delta; University Chorus; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; Masonic Club. RENETTE PRIOR Palo Alto Letters and Science —Bacteriology. RUSSELL WILLIAM PRITCHARD San Francisco Commerce —Accounting Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Omega Phi Pi. DON RILEY PROCTOR Glendale Letters and Science —Physics Wesley Cooperative; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. ROBERT DELOS PROCTOR Nevada City Mining —Metallurgy Tau Beta Pi; Theta Tau. EARLE S. PRUD ' HOMME Sacramento Engineering —Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu, Treasurer; Honor Student; American Insti- tute of Electrical Engineers, President. GEORGE SHIPLEY PRUGH San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Intramural Manager(3); President ' s Student Advisory Com- mittee, Director; Class Committees. PATRICIA VAN SCHAACI( PRUYN San Mateo Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from College of the Pacific; Delta Gamma; Ace of Clubs; Honor Student; Pan-Hellenic Council; Class Committees. ROBERT LEONARD PUTMAN San Francisco Letters and Science — International Relations. STUART FUN QUAN San Francisco Chemistry Pi Alpha Phi; Honor Student; Chinese Students ' Club; American Chemical Society. JOHN ELMER QUINLEY Rialto Engineering — Electrical Engineering Transfer from San Ber- nardino Junior College. ALAN CHARLES RAAS San Francisco Co 111 111 erce — Economics Barrington Hall; Little Theatre Production Staff; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. NATHAN RADIN New York, New York Letters and Science —Biochemistry. Chi Pi Sigma. ANN RADOJEVICH San Jose Commerce —Economics Phi Chi Theta; Assembly Dance Committee(1.); Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.(4); Commerce Association. ROBERT TULLY RAMSAUR Hamilton Letters and Science — International Relations Honor Student; Track (1) (3) (4). PEARL EDNA RAND Marysville Letters and Science —Botany Transfer from Yuba Junior College; Lauralon. DEWEY JOHN RASKI Estes Park, Colorado Agriculture — Entomology Alpha Zeta; Honor Student; Circle " C " Society; Wrestling, Captain (4). ELIZABETH M. RATH Pasadena Letters and Science —General Curriculum Kappa Alpha Theta; Ace of Clubs; Intramural Sports (1) (2). NORMAN FREDERICK RAU Santa Monica Engineering —Civil Engineering Transfer from Long Beach ' Junior College; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Honor Student; American Society of Civil Engineers. BARBARA MARIE RAYNOR Modesto Letters and Science —H istory Masonic Club. ELIZABETH BETTY JUNE PYE RAMUS Piedmont Clearwater Letters and Science Letters and Science — General Curriculum —Spanish Delta Gamma; Transfer from Compton Intramural Sports; Junior College. Class Committees. RICHARD DEAN PRICE Chico Commerce —Economics Transfer from Chico State College; Kappa Delta Rho; A.S.U.C. Band. LEON HUGH PRZYBYLA Berkeley Chemistry Transfer from University of Wisconsin; Honor Student; American Chemical Society; Bureau of Public Relations; Masonic Club; Deseret Club. JOSEPH PYLE RALSTON Berkeley Letters and Science —Economics Chi Phi; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Tri-Une; A.S.U.C. Executive Committee; Finance Committee; A.S.U.C. Secretary; Welfare Council; Rugby (2) (3) (4). JANE READ San Francisco Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Transfer from San Francisco State; W.A.A. 116 RICHARD ORSON READ Oakland Agriculture —Agricultural Economics Del Rey; Varsity Rifle Team. KHALIL S. REDA Cairo, Egypt Agriculture —Agricultural Economics International House; Soccer; Egyptian Association of California; Cercle Francais. DOLORES REED Taft Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Taft Junior College. JOHN JOSEPH REED San Francisco Letters and Science —Zoology. JOHN KILGORE REESE, JR. Sacramento Letters and Science —Economics Phi Gamma Delta; Skull and Keys; Rally Committee; Committees. JOHN LOUIS REESE Oakland Commerce —Economics Sigma Phi Epsilon; Big " C " Society; Track. CHERIE IRENE REESER San Mateo Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; Stebbins Hall; Delta Chi Alpha; Masonic Club. MARY JANE REEVES Berkeley Letters and Science —English Sigma Sigma Pi; Daily Californian; Masonic Club. HARRY JAMES REG I NALD Oakland Commerce —Economics. MARGRET ANNE REHLING Beaver Dam, Wisconsin Agriculture —D ietetics Transfer from University of Wisconsin; Chi Omega. IRVING FREDERICK REICHERT, JR. San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Bowles Hall; Welfare Council; Student Relations Committee, Chairman. NAN ORR REID Las Angeles Letters and Science —Economics Pelican; Counseling; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. BARBARA ANN REINLE Oakland Letters and Science —General Curriculum. HOWARD KANGE RENGE Fowler Letters and Science —Political Science. ALLEN DANIEL REPLOGLE Piedmont Engineering — Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers; American Road Builders ' Association. M. ELIZABETH REYNOLDS Pasadena Letters and Science — Psychology Transfer from Pasadera Junior College; Phi Omega Pi; Slavic Honor Society. EMAN UEL REZNICK Los Angeles Letters and Science —Psychology Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Psi Chi; Honor Student; H illel Foundation, President. FREDERICK ALLEN RIANDA Oakland Commerce — Economics Alpha Tau Omega; Committees. GEORGE ARTHUR RICE, JR. Lafayette Letters and Science —Zoology Kappa Sigma; Sigma Sigma Pi; Quarterdeck; Glee Club; Peace Committee; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. DONALD LEROY RICHARDS National City Letters and Science — Economics Transfer from San Diego State College; Phi Delta Theta; Pelican; Rugby Manager (3)(4); Interfraternity Council. PHYLLIS VAUGHN RICHARDS Berkeley Commerce — Economics Phi Chi Theta; Blue and Gold; Personnel; Counseling; Calvin Club; Commerce Association. GEORGIA HERRICK RICHARDSON Sacramento Letters and Science —Bacteriology Alpha Phi; Honor Student; Women ' s Orientations Executive Board; Intramural Sports; W.A.A. PATRICIA RICHARDSON Piedmont Letters and Science — General Curriculum Delta Gamma; Intramural Sports; Class Committees. PHYLLIS JEAN RICHMOND Pasadena Letters and Science — Spanish Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; International House; Class Committees. A sophomore editor receives an assignment for Blue and Gold work 117 CLINTON HOMER RIDER Watsonville Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Alpha Kappa Lambda. FRANK AMAND RIEHLE San Diego Commerce —Business Administration Transfer from San Diego State College; Senate. ALVIN VICTOR RIGA San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Zeta Beta Tau; Pe lican Managerial Staff; Swimming Manager (1) . EDWIN ROBERT RIKSHEIM San Francisco Commerce —Accounting Bowles Hall; Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Scabbard and Blade; Honor Student; Blue and Gold; Elections Council; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Masonic Club. CHARLES K. RISSLER Yorba Linda Commerce —Economics Transfer from Fullerton Junior College; Del Rey; Intramural Sports. ROBERT M. RITCHEY San Jose Engineering —Civil Engineering Transfer from San Jose State College; American Society of Civil Engin eers. EDWARD JOHN RITELLI Alameda Commerce —Accounting Beta Gamma Sigma; Beta Alpha Psi; Commerce Association. CHARLES ROBERTS Roseburg, Oregon Mining American Institute of Mining Engineers; Mining Association. CLINTON DEWITT ROBERTS Berkeley Commerce —Economics Chi Phi; Water Polo. FRED W. ROBERTS Long Beach Letters and Science —Economics Kappa Sigma; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta; Football Manager (1). HOWARD EDWARD ROBERTS San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Track. ARLINE MURPHY ROBINSON Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Pi Alpha Sigma; Hammer and Dimmer: Advertising Service Bureau; Little Theatre; W.A.A. DAVID NOWLIN ROBINSON Berkeley Commerce — Business Administration Commerce Association, President. HAROLD SEABERN ROBINSON Seeley Engineering --Electrical Engineering Transfer from El Centro Junior College; Sheridan Hall; California Engineer; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. MARGARET ALICE ROBI NSON San Francisco Letters and Science — H istory Newman Club. DOROTHY ANN ROBISON Berkeley Letters and Science —H istary Transfer from Marin Junior College; Pi Sigma Sigma; Y.W.C.A., Welfare Cabinet; W.A.A.; Masonic Club. LORRAINE CATHARINE ROBISON Sacramento Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from Sacramento Junior College. JOSEPH ROBRECHT Martinez Letters and Science — Political Science Abracadabra. MARY BELLE ROCCA Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Pomona College; Chi Omega; Winter Sports Club; Executive Comm ittee. ELEANOR MARY ROCHE San Francisco Letters and Science — Public Health Transfer from San Francisco State Col lege. ROBERT STANLEY ROCKE Oakland Medicine. SH I RLEY ANNE ROCKINGHAM Sacramento Letters and Science —H istory Chi Omega; Pelican; Personnel: Y.W.C.A.: Intramural Sports. CHARLES L. ROD IER Oakland Letters and Science — General Curriculum Chi Phi. DELIA ANN ROGERS Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from University if Illinois; Sigma Kappa; Y.W.C.A. JACK ALAN ROGERS Oakland Letters and Science —Chemistry Transfer from Polytechnic Junior College; Chi Pi Signma; Scabbard and Blade; Boxing Team (3)(4); California Cannoneers. JACK DEAN ROGERS Sacramento Engineering —Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers. WILLIAM HAY ROGERS San Francisco Letters and Science —History Phi Delta Theta; Circle " C " Society; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta; Football (1) (2) (3); Rugby (1) (2)(3)(4). MITZI ROI San Francisco Letters and Science —International Relations Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Phrateres. THOMAS EDWARD RONAN Vallejo Commerce —Economics. GUIDO JOSEPH ROSATI Berkeley Chemistry Alpha Chi Signma; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. EVELYN MAE ROSE Hanford Letters and Science —Mathematics Pi Mu Epsilon; Honor Student; Labor Board; W.A.A. Council; Women ' s Dormitory Council. CHARLES PAYSON ROSELAND Berkeley Commerce —Economics Alpha Sigma Phi; Blue and Gold; Rally Committee; Winter Sports Club; Class Committees. 118 ROBERT GEORGE ROSENBERG San Francisco, Letters and Science —Optometry Omega Delta. ELMER ELWOOD ROSS San Leandro Engineering --Mechanical Engineering. JAMES T. ROSTRON Pasadena Engineering —Civil Engineering Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; American Society of Civil Engineers; American Road Builders Association. JAMES FRANKLIN ROTH Chico Commerce —Insurance Bowles Hall; Scabbard and Blade; Phi Epsilon Chi: Tennis Manager (2) (3); Rally Committee, Co-Chairman; Senior Peace Committee; Big " C " Guard; Class Committees. JAMES WYNBOURNE ROUTH, JR. San Diego Letters and Science —Political Science Phi Kappa Tau; Pershing Rifles; Blue and Gold; Rifle Team; Bureau Public Relations; Class Committees. ROBERT WYNBOURNE ROUTH Piedmont Letters and Science —Chemistry Transfer from San Diego State College; Phi Kappa Tau; American Chemical Society. JAMES ALAN ROWEN Oakland Commerce —Economics Transfer front San Francisco Junior College. MYRA LOUISE ROWLAND Berkeley Letters and Science —Art Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College; Sigma Sigma Pi. JANE IRENE RUBELL Merced Letters and Science —History Transfer front Glendale Junior College; Little Theatre Managerial Staff; Dormitory Council. WILLIAM A. RUBENSTEIN San Francisco Letters and Science —Mathematics Sigma Sigma Pi. LOUIS EDMOND RUFENER San Francisco Letters and Science — Physical Education Physical Education Majors ' Club. ANNE JEANNE RUMR ILL Long Beach Letters and Science —Dramatic Literature Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Radio Commission, Chairman; Bureau of Public Relations; Intramural Sports; Masonic Club; Amateur Radio Club. ROY MILLIGAN RUSHTON Oakland Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Basketball (1); American Society of Mechanical Engineers. TELL OWEN RUST San Bernardino Letters and Science —Spanish Transfer front San Bernardino Junior College; Oxford Hall; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau. LELIA RUTLAND Berkeley Letters and Science —Decorative Art A.S.U.C. Reception Committee. SAM RUVKUN Stockton Engineering —Civil Engineering Barrington Hall; Tau Beta Pi; Winged Helmet; Chi Ep silon, Vice-President; California Engineer, Editor; American Society of Civil Engineers. WILLIAM GEORGE RYAN Berkeley Letters and Science —Zoology. VIRGINIA LOUISE SAAM Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Gamma Phi Beta; Prytanean; Pi Alpha Sigma; Torch and Shield; Women ' s Executive Board; Activity Council; Blue and Gold; Woolen ' s Rally Committee; Class Committees. GEORGES SABAGH Baghdad, Iraq Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from University of Michigan; International House; Honor Student; Cercle Francais. THOMAS T. SAGIMORI Berkeley Agriculture —Forestry Japanese Students ' Club. JAMES SHELDON ST. CLAIR Claremont Agriculture —Agricultural Economics Transfer from Chaffey Junior College; Alpha Zeta. MASAO SAKADA Oakland Letters and Science —Optometry Japanese Students Club; Circle " C " Society; Omega Delta; Basketball; President ' s Reception Committee; President ' s Student Advisory Committee, Director. ASAKO SAKAI San Francisco Letters and Science —Psychology Japanese Women ' s Student Club; Y.W.C.A. MARTHA RUBIN Berkeley Letters and Science — H istory Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; Hillel Foundation; Education Club; of Class Committees. .. and a good time was had by all " YURIKO SAKURAI Los Angeles Letters and Science —Public Speaking. DOUGLAS STUART SALMI Richmond Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Intramural Sports. HELEN VIRGINIA SALMONS Bakersfield Letters and Science —Public Health Beta Phi Alpha; California Engineer; Bureau of Public Relations; Intramural Sports. JEROME LEONARD SALOMON San Mateo Engineering — Civil Engineering Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; Men ' s Dormitory Council; American Society of Civil Engineers; Masonic Club. JOHN ANDRESS SALTSMAN Long Beach Letters and Science — Zoology Transfer from Long Beach Junior Col lege. MARGARET JEAN SALTSMAN Long Beach Letters and Science —Zoology Ritter Hall; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau; Faculty Advisory Council; W.A.A. MELVIN ERWIN SALVESON Long Beach Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Del Rey; American Society of Mechanical Engineers Amateur Radio Club. ROBERT LOUIS SAMTER Sari Francisca Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from Marin Junior College; Daily Californian; Readers ' Club. CLIFFORD ELROY SAMUELS Willows Agriculture — Food Technology IRENE SAMUELS San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics. JACK SANDKUHLE Berkeley Agriculture — Agronomy Alpha Zeta; Honor Student. LOIS VIRGINIA SANDNER Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Pi Phi Delta; Honor Student; Parliament; W.A.A. MARILOUISE SANFORD Oakland Letters and Science — Political Science Pi Beta Phi; Ace of Clubs; Honor Student; Little Theatre (1); Counseling; Symphony Forum; Class Committees. CHARLES ROBERT SARGENT Berkeley Letters and Science —Social Institutions Transfer from Columbia University; Honor Student. JOSEPH EDWARD ADELBERT SAUER Chico Commerce —Economics, Accounting Atherton House; Beta Alpha Psi; Newman Club. EDWARD JOSEPH SAUNDERS Sari Francisco Letters and Science —History Phi Kappa Psi; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Big " C " Society; A.S.U.C. Executive Committee; Skull and Keys; Athletic Council; Basketball Manager (4). WILLIAM WINTHER SAVAGE Beverly H ills Mining Pi Kappa Alpha; Theta Tau. ARTHUR SAVELLI San Francisco —Economics Transfer from Stockton WILLIAM ROBERT SAYLOR Pottstown Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Bowles Hall. JEAN ELIZABETH SAYRE Oakland Letters and Science —General Curriculum - Kappa Alpha Theta; Ace Club; Little Theatre; Intramural • Sports Class Committees. ' CLINTON VINCENT SCARICH Oakland Commerce —Investments Track (1); Rally Committee Co-Chairman (4); Big " C " Guard. DOROTHY LOUISE SCHEIBNER Oakland Letters and Science —Political Science Alpha Epsilon Phi; Hammer and Coffin; Pelican; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Counseling; Class Committees. GEORGE MONTAGUE SCHEIBNER Berkeley Letters and Science — Zoology Assembly Dance Committee; Masonic Club; Pre-Medical Club. VIRGINIA P. SCHEIFELE Artesia Letters and Science — Psychology Transfer from Fullerton Junior College; Phi Omega Pi; Elections Council; President ' s Reception Committee. BARBARA LOUISE SCH IECK San Francisco Letters and Science — German Beta Phi ' Alpha• Phi Beta Kappa; Honor Student; Vocational Guidance; German Club; Winter Sports Club. VIRGINIA BUTLER SCH LU N EG ER Richmond Letters and Science — H i story. CURTIS WILLIAM SCHMIDT Sacramento Letters and Science — Physical Education Transfer from Santa Clara • University; Assistant Baseball Coach; Physical Education Majors ' Club. S. EDGAR SCHMIDT Berkeley Letters and Science —German Honor Student. ANNE GERTRUDE SALZ San Francisco Letters and Science —International Relations. MAY MEIKO SATO Sacramento Commerce — Economics. HERBERT BERNARD SCHAFFER San Francisco Letters and Science —Chemistry Chemistry Cluh. MIRIAM FRANCES SCHOTTKY Mariposa Letters and Science — Public Speaking Alpha Delta Pi. 120 IRMA ANNE SCHROETER Bakersfield Letters and Science —German Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College; Deutscher Verein. ALFRED WILLIAM SCHULTZ San Francisco Engineering —Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Masonic Club. PAUL ADOLPH SCHUMANN San Francisco Letters and Science —Criminology Alpha Tau Omega; Phi Phi; Daily Californian (2); Debating (1); Baseball (1); Chess Team (1)(2)(3)(4); Intramural Sports; Police Club. JAMES H. SCHWABACHER, JR. San Francisco Letters and Science —Music Bowles Hall; Intramural Tennis; University Symphony, Student Conductor; Big " C " Guard; University Music Club, President; Class Committees. BERNARD MARCELLUS SCHWALM Lancaster, Pennsylvania Letters and Science —Chemistry Tr ansfer front Glendale Junior College; Sigma Xi Sigma; Fencing; Intramural Sports. ALAN A. SCHWARTZ Los Angeles Commerce Zeta Beta Tau; Blue and Gold Managerial Staff; Elections Council. MELVIN HAROLD SCHWARTZ Oakland Letters and Science — Medical Sciences Pi Lambda Phi; Honor Student. MILTON LEWIS SCHWARTZ Sacramento Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Abracadabra; Phi Phi; Pi Sigma Alpha; Honor Student; Bureau of Public Relations. RAYMOND ABRAHAM SCHWARTZ San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics Kappa Nu; Hammer and Coffin; Pelican (4); Class Committees. RUTH SCHWARTZ San Rafael Letters and Science — General Curriculum Phi Sigma Sigma. EDWIN BAILARD SCHWINGER San Fernando Letters and Science — Economics Bowles Hall; Scabbard and Blade; Honor Student. DELMAR THAYER SCOGGINS Sacramento Letters and Science —Mathematics Transfer front Sacramento Junior College. ELIZABETH HART SCOTT Santa Maria Letters and Science —Economics International House. JOHN WATERMAN SCOTT Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Blue and Gold; Advertising Service Bureau; Track; Rally Committee; Elections Council; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Big " C " Guard; Masonic Club. LAURENCE LACHLAN SCOTT Pacific Beach Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from San Diego State College; Delta Phi Epsilon; Masonic Club; U.C. Flying Club. RICHARD CHRISTIAN SCOTT, JR. Berkeley Engineering —Electrical Engineering Track; American Institute of Electrical Engineers; Masonic Club. BELDING HIEBARD SCRIBNER Pasadena Letters and Science —Pre-Medical Transfer from Williams College; Sigma Phi; Fraternity Scholastic Honor Society; Honor Student; Track Manager (3); Student Advisory Bureau. JEAN ELIZABETH SCULLY Oakland Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene W.A.A.; Physical Education Majors ' Club. PHOEBE ANNE SEARLS San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Alpha Phi; Class Committees. ETHEL CARSON SEEBERG Oakland Letters and Science —General Curriculum Gamma Phi Beta; Y.W.C.A.; Counseling. ROBERT SEEGM I LLER Napa Chemistry Sigma Xi; Pi Mu Epsilon. ROBERT MALLORY SEELIG Norco Letters and Science —Chemistry. JOHN WALTER ALAN LATHAM SCOTT SEARLES Berkeley San Francisco Chemistry Letters and Science Alpha Chi Sigma; —Social Institutions Scabbard and Blade; Transfer from San Francisco Interfraternity Council. Junior College; Sheridan Hall; Glee Club; A.S.U.C. Band; Westminster Club. Ten practice shells start training on the Estuary 122 WILLIAM MEREDITH SEEVERS Berkeley Letters and Science Economics Theta Delta Chi; ; Hockey (2)(3) Orientations. i oils. LISLE JAMISON SELBY Fair Oaks Letters and Science Dramatic Literature Transfer from Sacramento Junior College;. Honor Student; Little Theatre. BERNICE SERENSKY San Francisco Letters and Science Economics Little Theatre Make-up Staff (1); Y.W.C.A.; Hillel Foundation. CHARLES ANDREW SESMA Fullerton Letters and Science Physics Transfer caferfriolemje.Fullerton Junior DOROTHY ANN SHEEHAN San Francisco Letters and Science —History Delta Zeta; Treble Clef; Newman Club. WALTER EDWARD SHEPHERD Oakland e L tters and Science Political Science Intramural Sports; Newman Club. NINA SHNEYEROFF Berkeley Letters and Science Political Science, Public Administration Advertising Service Bureau; U.C. Press Club. DON CLIFTON SHORT Alhambra Letters and Science Geology University of California Geological Society. CHARLES WI LLIAM SELF Palo Alto Commerce Accounting Masonic Club. MARGERY JANE SELLANDER Berkeley Letters and Science Anthropology Panile; Alpha Delta Pi; Pap, i Treble Clef (1) (.2), University Chorus, Counseling. LORRAINE RITA SELLECK San Letters and Science —History Tau Alpha; Zeta Housing Board (3) (4), DOROTHY AILEEN SELLEY San Mateo Letters and Science General Curriculum Alpha Phi. LUBOFF STELLA SENAVSKY Walnut Cheek Letters and Science General Curriculum International House; Public Health Club. EARL DELBERT SERDAHL Berkeley En gin ni Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Golden Bear; Eta Kappa Nu; Tfu Publications California Engineer, Editor; Crew (1); American Institute of . Electrical Engineers; Varsity Rowing Club . DOROTHY ANNE SEWELL Taft Letters and Science Psychology Lambda Theta; t; P Chi; Honor Student; Little Theatre Property Staff; University Chcrus; Music Club; Utrinique; Class Committees. BARTON WARREN SHACKELFORD San Francisco Engineering .1 —Civil Engineer!! g Bowles Hall; Tau Beta Pi; Chi Epsilon; Honor Student; American Society of Civil Engineers. MERLE DORIS SHAFF San Francisco Letters and Science Economics Alpha Epsilon Phi; Little Theatre; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.: Intramural S ts,; Hillel Foundation. CHESTER B!EL SHAPERO San Francisco Engineering Electrical Engineering Barrington Hall; American Institute rso.f Electrical Engineers; California Cannoneers. HARRY HOWLAND SHATTO Nlentone Engineering —Civil Engineering Transfer from San Ileac Bernardino Junior Co American Society of Civil American Road Engineers; Builders Association. KARL WILDE SHATTUCI Kerman Commerce s —Economic International House; Blue and Gold Managerial Staff. BERNICE SHERMAN Sail Francisco Letters and Science Journalism Daily Californian (1) ); Debating (1); University Press and Club, , J. Secretary; Saddle (1); Crapgs Committees. ROBERT SCOTT SHERTZER Oakland Letters and Science French Pi Delta Phi; Pi; ea TSigma V. .0 A . ; Masonic Club; Calvin Club; French Club. ANNETTE LOUISE SHERWOOD Fullerton Letters and Science Psychology Transfer from Fullerton Junior College; Ritter Hall; ). Blue and Gold (3); Y.W.C.A. Cabinet (4). ALLAN EDWIN SHIELDS Capitola Letters and Science General Curriculum Phi Epsilon Chi; Music (4); ic Council (4, ) Glee Club (2)(3), Manager (4) ;. ; Elections Council; Class Committees. RUTH ANN SHINGLE 0 San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Delta Gamma; Panile; Little Theatre; Debating; Rally Committee, Intramural Sports. LLOYD ARATA SHINKAI San Francisco Letters and Science Optometry Omega Delta. WILLIAM ALBERT SHUEY, JR. Berkeley Science Letters and Sciei —H istory Phi Epsilon Chi; Class Secretary-Treasurer (1) ; Y.M.C.A.; Class Committees. DONNA RAE SH USTER Oakland Letters and Science Economics. HARRIET ANNE SIEGEL Oakland Letters and Science Journalism Mortar Beta ta Kappa; Board; Panile; Theta Sigma P Phi; Publications Council; Assistant n ' s Editor (3), li Women ' s Editor (4); Y.W.C.A. PHILLIS HELENE SILBERMAN San Francisco Letters and Science Public Speaking Transfer from Stanford r University; pryttanecaaih,ncil. Women ' s Ac iy Forensics Council; (4); Debating Manager (4 Pelican; Store Board. MARION HENRIETTA SI LBERSTEI N San Francisco Letters and Science General Curriculum Honor Student. LUCILE HELEN SIMMONS San Francisco Letters and —Journalism Debating; Theta Sigma Phi; Bureau of Public Relations. SYBIL DOUGLAS SINCLAIR Oakland Letters and Science —Art Pi Beta Phi; Blue and Gold (1). MARY SKATTEBOL Oakland Agriculture ---H nine Economics Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; Delta Chi Alpha; W.A.A.; Horne Economics Club. SUTHERLAND RAYMOND SKERRY Alameda Letters and Science —Meteorology Delta Kappa Epsilon; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta; Varsity Rowing Club. EDSON WALTER SKIFF Los Angeles Engineering —Electrical Engineering American Cowboy Folk EDWARD ALLEN SKINNER, JR. Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Kappa Sigma. JOHN RUDD SKINNER San Francisco Chemistry Bowles Hall; HOMY Student; American Chemical Society. J. BYRON SLOCUM Puente Agriculture — Entomology Transfer from Fullerton Junior College; Barrington Hall. WILLIAM E. SMAILS Berkeley Letters and Science — Economics Sigma Nu; Winged Helmet; Skull and Keys; Basketball Manager (2)(3). MARILYN SMETHERS Oakdale Letters and Science —Decorative Art Piedmont Place; Delta Chi Alpha; Personnel (1) (2) (3); Dormitory Council (4). ROBERT FRANKLIN SMETTS Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Transfer from San Francisco Junior College. DOROTHY LORIS SMITH Berkeley Letters and Science — Journalism Pi Alpha Sigma; Advertising Service Bureau (2)(3)(4); U.C. Press Club; Class Committees. EILEEN E. SMITH Lindsay Letters and Science —General Curriculum Chi Omega. ELENA RIONDA SMITH Susanville Letters and Science —English Transfer from Lassen Junior College; A.S.U.C. Reception Committee. EVANGELYN EUNICE SMITH San Francisco Letters and Science —H istory Honor Student. FORREST MORTON SMITH Oakland Engineering —Civil Engineering Psi Upsilon; Water Polo (1); Track Manager (2); American Society of Civil Engineers. GRACE INEZ SMITH Long Beach Letters and Science —H i story Transfer front Long Beach Junior College; Honor Student: International House. KATHLEEN MARCELLA SMITH San Francisco Letters and Science —History Transfer from San Mateo Junior Col lege; Delta Zeta; Y.W.C.A. LAFOREST BRANIN SMITH Sacramento Letters and Science —Political Science Sigma Chi; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. MARIAN EENED ICT SMITH Napa Letters and Science —Bacteriology, Food Chemistry Transfer from San Francisco State College; International House; Alpha Mu Gamma. MARIE LOUISE SMITH Jackson Letters and Science —Decorative Art International H ouse; Women ' s Dormitory Council, President. MARJORIE JANE SMITH San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum ofirloegme;Marin Delta Gamma; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; Winter Sports Club. MELVIN ERNEST SMITH Oakland Letters and Science —Mathematics Chess Club. PATRICIA FONTAINE SMITH Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum Theta Epsilon; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; Masonic Club. PETER ALAN SOMERVAIL SMITH Hilton Chemistry Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College; Oxford Hall; Sigma Xi. Blue and Gold holds the center of the floor at the Military Ball 123 R. ALEX SMITH Burlingame Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer front San Mateo Junior College. ROBERT VINCENT SMITH Exeter Letters and Science —Political Science Baton; A.S.U.C. Band. STUART HENRY SMITH Palo Alto Commerce —Economics, Advertising International House; Golden Bear; Phi Epsilon Chi; Alpha Delta Sigma; Daily Californian, Manager; Publications Council. WILBER EUGENE SMITH Oakland Commerce —Economics. WILMA AGATHA SMITH Bakersfield Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene W.A.A.; Physical Education MOjors ' Club; Rifle Team. ROBERT FORT SNOWDEN Berkeley Letters and Science — Psychology Zeta Psi; lnterfraternity Council; President ' s Fraternity Advisory Board. NATHAN WILLIAM SNYDER Los Angeles Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Xi; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. J. NORMAN SODERSTRAND Oakland Engineering —Civil Engineering. Crew. JESSIE SOO HOO San Francisco Commerce Transfer front San Francisco Junior College; Chinese Students ' Club. JAMES FRANCIS SORENSEN Fresno Engineering —Civil Engineering Transfer from Fresno State Col lege; American Society of Civil Engineers. ROBERT LOUIS SPIEGL San Francisco Commerce —Economics Bowles Hall; Housing Board; Welfare Council; Elections Council, Chairman; President ' s Student Advisory Committee, Director. FRED NOEL SP I ESS Piedmont Letters and Science — Physics Theta Chi; Circle " C " Society; Scabbard and Blade; Fraternity Scholastic Honor Society; Quarterdeck; Honor Students Council; Fencing Captain (4); Rally Committee. MARY AMELIA SPRING San Francisco Letters and Science — General Curriculum. ELEANOR MARGARET SQUIRES Berkeley Letters and Science —Economics Counseling; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; Masonic Club. LYLE EUGENE STAGEBERG Watsonville Letters and Science — Mathematics Pi Mu Epsilon; H onor Student; Men ' s Dormitory Association. ANNA MARGARET STAUB San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics W.A.A. JEANNETTE PAULINE STEIGER San Francisco Letters and Science —French Sigma Sigma Pi; Pelican; W.A.A.; Maison Francaise; Deutscher Verein. BETTY STEIN Klamath Falls, Oregon Letters and Science —Political Science. KENNETH MARTIN STE I NSAP IR Oakland Commerce —Economics Zeta Beta Tau; Hammer and Dimmer; Dramatics Council; Little Theatre Production Manager. VICTOR HUGO STEPPAN Oakland Commerce Masonic Club; Commerce Association. GAIL B. SMYTH Santa Barbara Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer front U.C.L.A.; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; U.C. Life Saving Corps. EARLE SNELL, JR. Los Angeles Letters and Science —Political Science Psi Upsilon; Skull and Keys; Rugby; I nterfratern i ty Council. T. LOUIS SN ITZER Beverly H ills Engineering —Electrical Engineering Transfer front U.C.L.A.; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. BENNETT C. SOUTHER Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Kappa Sigma. NANCY LEE SPARKS San Francisco Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Stebbins Hall; Nu Sigma Psi; W.A.A. FLORENCE BARBARA SPEED Santa Ana Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer front Santa Ana Junior College; Alpha Delta Pi; Elections Council. ARNOLD NESTOR STAMPS Oakland Letters and Science — Economics Track. EVELYN DOROTHY STANGER Oilfields Letters and Science —Psychology Haste Lodge; Phrateres; Y.W.C.A.; Dormitory Ceuncil; Class Committees. H. FRANCIS STATTON Martinez Letters and Science —Political Science Lambda Chi Alpha. WALTER EUGENE STERN La Crescenta Letters and Science —Medical Sciences Honor Student; Fencing (1) (2); Tennis Managzr (2) (3). ALAN JOSEPH STEWART San Francisco Commerce —Accounting Transfer from University of Oregon; Barrington Hall; Beta Alpha Psi. OLEY GEORGE STEWART San Francisco Mining —Petroleum Engineering Sheridan Hall; California Engineer; Track (1) ; Student-Faculty Committee; American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers; Mining Association. 124 RICHARD ELWIN STICKEL Etna Engineering —Civil Engineering American Society of Civil – Engineers. VICTOR L. STI ER Oakland Letters and Science --English. LESLIE E. STILL, JR. Long Beach Letters and Science —Economics Phi Kappa Psi; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Big " C " Society; Skull and Keys; Crew (2)(3)(4); Interfraternity Council, President; Varsity Rowing Club. CHARLES GERRISH STOCKIRD Richmond Commerce —Economics. MARGARET ELAINE STODDARD Sacramento Letters and Science —English Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Sigma Kappa; Y.W.C.A. EDWIN MILFORD STOFLE Los Angeles Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Barrington Hall; Golden Bear; Hammer and Coffin; A.S.U.C. Executive Committee; A.S.U.C. Publicity C hairman; Publications Council, Chairman; Pelican, Editor. BERNADENE JOY STONE Dos Palos Letters and Science — Public Speaking Stebbins Hall; Women ' s Orchestra; University Symphony Orchestra. DAVID J. STONE Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Sacramento Junior Col lege; Beta Theta Pi; Honor Student. JOHN WILLIAM STOUT tiuntington Beach Engineering —Mechanical Engineering American Society of Mechanical Engineers. ROBERTA HELEN STOVER Phoenix, Arizona Letters and Science — Botany Transfer from Phoenix Junior College. ELVA LI N N EA STRANDBERG San Francisco Letters and Science —Public Health Phrateres; Honor Student; Student Health Committee; Public Health Forum. MAURICE ARTHUR STRAUB Van Nuys Letters and Science — Zoology, Pre-Medical Transfer from University of Rochester; Theta Delta Chi. LEON REX STREET Tulelake Commerce — Economics Wesley Foundation; Commerce Association. ARTHUR FORREST STRIELEY, JR. Long Beach Chemistry Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Honor Student; Chemistry Club; Dormitory Association. MARY JOSEPHINE STRICI ER Red Bluff Letters and Science — Political Science Pi Lambda Theta; Honor Student; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Y.W.C.A. RAPHAEL SEMMES STRICKLAND Glendale Commerce —Foreign Trade. NELSON PAUL STRUCK Orange Letters and Science —H istory. MARY IRENE STRUCKMEYER Arbuckle Letters and Science —H istory Kappa Delta; Treble Clef; Bureau of Public Relations; Orientations Council (4); Freshman Sunday Suppers Committee, Co-Chairman (4). ALICE ANNE STUEWE Fairfield Letters and Science —General Curriculum Sigma Kappa Alpha, Secretary; Honor Student; Counseling (3); Student Advisory Bureau (3); Y.W.C.A. THOMAS BECK STURGES Berkeley Engineering —Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautics American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences; Masonic Club; Calvin Club. WILLY KAZOO SUDA Fresno Agriculture —Entomology. PETER J. SULLIVAN San Francisco Commerce —Economics, SH I RLEY F. SUMMERS Byron Commerce —Accounting Transfer from Modesto Junior Col lege; Track a )E;psilon; Cross Country (2) (3); Masonic Club. HENRY WILLIAM SUNDSTROM Compton Letters and Science —Spanish Transfer from Compton Junior College; Alpha Phi Omega; Crew. Jim Bailey stretches to receive a pass at Varsity basketball practice 125 STANLEY JOSEPH SUTTON San Francisco Commerce —Economics. NORMA ELEANOR SVEN SON San Francisco Letters and Science —International Relations International House; Treble Clef; Masonic Club. ROBERT LELAND SWITZER Long Beach Chemistry Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Alpha Chi Sigma; Crew; Varsity Rowing Club; Chemistry Club. MASAKO TABUCHI Stockton Commerce —Economics Transfer from Stockton Junior College; Japanese Women ' s Student Club. MARGARET ESTELLE TAN NAH ILL Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Counseling; Stephen ' s Union Tea Committee; Newman Club; Class Committees. MARGARET JESSIE TANNER San Jose Letters and Science — English Transfer front San Jose State College; Zeta Tau Alpha; Honor Student. HAROLD THOMAS TEAGUE Highland Agriculture —Landscape Design Transfer from Pomona Junior College; Landscape Design Club, Treasurer. LESLIE FREDERICK TEDSEN Ferndale Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Glee Club; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; Masonic Club. JEAN ELIZABETH SWAIN Temple City Letters and Science —Mathematics Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Zeta Tau Alpha; Student. GWEN SWANBERG Berkeley Letters and Science —Philosophy Alpha Phi; Blue and Gold (2) ;, Little Theatre (1); A.S.U.C. Card Sales Committee; Class Committees. DOROTHY MAY SWANN San Diego Letters and Science —Public Health Transfer front George Washington University; International House; Dormitory Council, Vice-President. BERT McCREADY SWEETSER Mojave Engineering —Civil Engineering Kappa Sigma; American Society of Civil Engineers. JULIA ELIZABETH SWIFT Berkeley Letters and Science —Art Alpha Chi Omega; Delta Epsilon; • Honor Student; Blue and Gold Editorial Staff (2); Women ' s Judicial Committee (4); Y.W.C.A. MARJORIE ESTELLE SWITZER Sacramento Letters and Science —Bacteriology Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Alpha Chi Omega; Intramural Sports; Class Committees, EDMUND TACKLE Fairfax Letters and Science —Journalism Golden Bear; Tri-Une; Alpha Delta Sigma; Pi Delta Epsilon; A.S.U.C. Executive Committee; Publications Council; Daily Californian, Editor; A.S.U.C. Handbook, Editor; Debating; Senior Peace Committee; California Club. TERRY Y. TA KAHASH I San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics Japanese Student Club; Circle " C " Society; Phi Epsilon Chi. KIKUYE TA KATA Watsonv i I le Letters and Science —General Curriculum Japanese Women ' s Student Club; A.S.U.C. Card Sales Committee; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A. SATORU TAKEMOTO Watsonville Commerce —Accounting Transfer from Salinas Junior College. SETSUO RICHARD TAKEMOTO Hilo, Hawaii Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; International House; Japanese Student Club. GEORGE ANDE RSON TALBOT Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Winged Helmet; Tri-Une; Crew; Senior Peace Committee. WILLIAM HUNT TAPLIN, III Berkeley Letters and Science — Chemistry. ALICE HELENA TAYLOR San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from San Mateo Junior College. GORDON W. TAYLOR Berkeley Letters and Science — Sacramento Junior College; Honor Student. HENRY GEORGE TAYLOR, JR. San Mateo Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer front Pennsylvania State College; Scabbard and Blade; Society of American Military Engineers. RICHARD L. TAYLOR Famoso Commerce —Econom ics Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College; International House; Phi Sigma. WARREN KARL TAYLOR Ventura Commerce —Retailing. STANLEY EDWIN TEIXEIRA San Bruno Engineering —Civil Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Xi; Chi Epsilon; Honor Student; American Society cf Civil Engineers, Treasurer, Secretary; American Road Builders ' Association. HERBERT CLAUDE TENNY Fillmore Mining —Petroleum Engineering Transfer from the University of Arizona; Phi Delta Theta; American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers; Mining Asscciation. HASAN SHEIKH ALI THAMER Najaf, Iran Agriculture —Agricultural Economics International House; Iraq Scholarship. HUTTON WELLS THELLER Berkeley Chemistry Xi Sigma Pi; Honor Student; Intramural Sports; Forestry Club; Class Committees. JOHN WINSLOW TH IELE San Diego Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from San Diego State College; Sigma Nu. ERWIN N ICOLAUS THODE Orland Commerce —Accounting Lambda Chi Alpha; Scabbard and Bl ade; Fraternity Scholastic Honor Society; Honor Student; Baseball (1) . 126 BARBARA LEE THOMAS • Berkeley Letters and Science —Decorative Art Gamma Phi Beta; . Delta Chi Alpha, President; Counseling (1)(2)(3)(4); Y.W.C.A. (1); Intramural Sports. ELIZABETH MAYO THOMAS Los Angeles Letters and Science —Decorative Art Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Guild of Applied Arts; Delta Chi Alpha; Hammer and Dimmer; Honor Student; Little Theatre Costume Staff; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Christian Science Society. EVELYN JOSEPHINE THOMAS San Francisco Letters and Science —H istory . Delta Zeta; Counseling; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; Newman Club. FRANI ASHMORE THOMAS Los Angeles Letters and Science —Journalism Kappa Sigma; Tri-Une; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta. JACQUELINE THOMAS Santa Barbara Letters and Science —General Curriculum Alpha Phi; Ace of Clubs; W.A.A.; Intramural Sports; U.C. Tennis Club; Class Committees. JAMES OSCAR THOMAS Malad, Idaho Agriculture —Soil Technology Transfer from Glendale Junior College; Phi Sigma Kappa. WILLIAM RICHARD THOMAS Sacramento Commerce —Accounting Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Beta Psi; Honor Student. ARLA ALLEN THOMPSON Santa Maria Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Bowles Hall. BARBARA DORIS THOMSON San Letters and Science — General Curriculum Beverley Lodge; Advertising Service Bureau (1) (2); Masonic Club; Classics Club; Circolo Italian°. JACK EDWARD THOMPSON San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science. LOUISE INGHAM THOMPSON Pacific Grove Letters and Science —Psychology Psi Chi; Honor Student; A.S.U.C. Peace Committee; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Philorthian. MARJORIE LEE THOMPSON Atwater Letters and Science — H istory. PAUL THOMPSON, Burlingame Chem istry Sigma Chi: Rtiolly. JOHN JAMES THORNTON Los Angeles Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from U.C.L.A.; International House. PATRICIA JANE THORNTON Los Angeles Letters and Science —H istory. M. SPRAGUE THRESHER, Stockton Letters and Science — Architecture Bowles Hall; Chi Alpha Kappa. MARCIA JAYNE TICE Oakland Letters and Science —Psychology Sigma Kappa; Prytanean; Panile; Pi Alpha Sigma; Blue and Gold, Associate Massager; Pelican; Treble Clef; A.S.U.C. Card Sales Committee; Class Comm ittees. ROBERT THAYER TILLOTSON Woodland Engineering — Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. EDMUND AVERY TINDELL Oakland Letters and Science — Anthropology, Pre-Medical Sigma Phi Epsilon; U.C. Flying Club; Pershing Rifles. HELLENE GENEVIEVE TINKER Oakland Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Kappa Phi; Phrateres. WINIFRED ERWIN TINNING Piedmont Letters and Science — H istory Kappa Kappa Gamma; Ace of Clubs. VIRGINIA BEAUTRICE TITTSWORTH San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics Beta Phi Alpha; Pi Alpha Sigma, Secretary; Phrateres; Blue and Gold Managerial Staff (2) (3); Class Committees. NATHAN EDWARD TOLBERT Twin Falls, Idaho Chemistry Transfer from University of Idaho, Southern Branch; Glee Club. THOMAS ALV I N TOLL Long Beach Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Honor Student; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Graduates in caps and gowns enter Memorial Stadium to receive their diplomas 127 WILLIAM RUSSELL TOLTON San Francisco Engineering —Civil Engineering. FRED A. TOMASIN I Suisun Agriculture —Agricultural Economics Alpha Gamma Rho; Quarterdeck; Crew (1). YOSHIO TOM IMATSU Niles Agriculture —Fruit Products Japanese Student Club; Honor Student. ARTHUR HENRY TOOBY Fairfield Commerce —Accounting International House; Beta Alpha Psi; Bureau of Public Relations. JOHN PASQUALE TORRANO Oakland Letters and Science —Public Health Newman Club. GARY JEROME TORRE Oakland Letters and Science —English Del Rey; Little Theatre. BARBARA BELLE TRACY Salinas Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Salinas Junior Col lege; Zeta Tau Alpha; Housing Board; Personnel. JEAN MARGOT TRANMAL Oakland • Letters and Science —Decorative Art Phi Omega Pi; Intramural Sports; Winter Sports Club; Home Economics Club. FORREST E. TREGEA Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science. ALLEN CARROLL TRIAY Temple City Chem istry — Chemical Engineering Honor Student; American Chemical Society. JOHN PARKS TROWBRIDGE Hollister Commerce — Economics Beta Phi Gamma; Masonic Club. M. ELIZABETH TRUESDELL Escondido Agriculture —Entomology Stebbins Hall; Honor Student; Counseling; Y.W.C.A. GEARY MASAM I TSUYUKI Watsonville Agriculture —Entomology Transfer from Davis. ELIZABETH ABBE TUCKER Sacramento Letters and Science —History Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Ritter Hall; Honor Student; I nternational House, Associate Member; Masonic Club. VIRGINIA ELIZABETH TUCKER Arvin Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Bakersfield Junior College; Treble Clef; Y.W.C.A. JULIA MARY TURCATTI Santa Rosa Letters and Science —English Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College; Lauralon; Y.W.C.A.; Newman Club. BETTY ANN TURNER Merced Letters and Science —H i story Delta Gamma; Ace of Clubs; Pelican; Women ' s Rally Committee; Class Committees. LUCY VALERIE TURNER Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Newman Club. ROBERT E. UNDERWOOD San Francisco Letters and Science —Zoology. RUSSELL USINGER Oakland Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Abracadabra; Proskopoi; Y.M.C.A.; American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ROBERT YASUO UYEDA San Francisco Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from San Francisco Junior College; President ' s Reception Committee; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Japanese Student Club. ROBERT GUERTH VALENTINE Huntington Park Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from Wheaton College; Epworth Club, President; Bible League. ALWI NE MOELLER VAN ALLEN Berkeley Letters and Science —Public Health. HELEN ELIZABETH VAN BUSKIRK Lodi Letters and Science — H istory Ritter Hall; Honor Student; Counseling; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A. HERBERT WARD TOUT Stockton Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from College of Pacific. LEONARD W. TOWNER Pasadena Letters and Science —Mathematics Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Theta Xi. MARY VIRGINIA TRUTTMAN Arcadia Letters and Science —Anthropology Epworth Hall; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau; Faculty Advisory Bureau; W.A.A. ElICHI TSUCH IDA Berkeley Letters and Science —Optometry Omega Delta, THOMAS JOSEPH TWO H IG San Francisco Letters and Science — Economics, Pre•Legal Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Phi, President; Phi Epsilon Chi; Senate; Interfraternity Council; Bureau of Public Relations; Class Committees. PHILLIP SIDNEY TWOMBLY Fullerton Agriculture — Fruit Chemistry Transfer from Fullerton Junior College; Alpha Delta Sigma, Treasurer; Alpha Zeta; Pelican, Production Manager; U.C. Bulletin, Publisher; Fruit Products Club, President. ROBERT LEWIS VAN COURT Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Kappa Sigma; Track (2)(3)(4); Cross Country (3) (4). JANET VANDAWALKER San Mateo Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; Alpha Delta Pi. 128 MARIE JEANNETTE VANDENBERG Berkeley Letters and Science —Public Health. RAYMOND LESTER VANDERBURG Fullerton Agriculture —Plant Pathology Transfer from Fullerton Junior College. CLEO JANE VAN Fillmore Letters and S cience —Public Speaking. AILEEN MARJORIE VANDIVER Ogallala, Nebraska Agriculture —D ietetics Sigma Kappa; Blue and Gold (2); Counseling; Y.W.C.A.; Vocational Guidance; Home Economics Club. DAVID AMES VAN EVERA Los Angeles Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Los Angeles City College; Lockseley Hall; Rifle Team. EMILY OLIVE VAN PROOYEN San Francisco Letters and Science —Mathematics Pi Mu Epsilon; Honor Student; Bureau of Public Relations; International House, Associate Member; Masonic Club; Utrimque. JOHN VAN RIPER Pasadena Letters and Science — Geology Transfer from Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Chi Phi. PHILIP NOYES VAN SLYCK, El Centro Letters and Science —Public Speaking Transfer from San Diego State College; Dramatics; Bureau of Public Relations; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; California Club. JACK ROST VAN TONNINGEN Rio Vista Agriculture — Agricultural Economics Phi Kappa Sigma; Alpha Zeta; Scabbard and Blade; Men ' s Judicial Committee, Chairman. DON THAYER VAN ZANDT Bellflower Mining — M ining Engineering Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Theta Tau; Mining Association, President. THOMAS WILLIAM VASEY Winters Letters and Science —Pre-Medical Grizzly (1); Newman Club; Pre-Medical Society. JANE RAY VAUGHAN Ber keley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Sigma Kappa; Little Theatre Property Staff; Elections Council. CHARLES HENRY VAUGHN Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Delta Phi Epsilon: Junior Varsity Debate; Masonic Club. MAE LOUISE VIGNOLO Stockton Letters and Science —History Transfer from College of the Pacific; Honor Student; Newman Club; Circolo Italiano. ETHEL MARGUERITE VIZZARD San Francisco Letters and Science —Spanish Transfer from San Francisco Junior Col lege; Phrateres; Newman Club. FRANCES M. VON AHN San Francisco Letters and Science —Decorative Art Guild of Applied Arts; Delta Chi Alpha; Phrateres; Little Theatre Art Staff; Women ' s Dormitory Council. PETER NICHOLAS VUKASIN Oakland Letters and Science —Economics Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Phi Epsilon Chi; Junior Class President; California Club: Senate. FRANI SENICHIRO WADA Berkeley M ining Japanese Student Club; Internationi House; Circle " C " Society; Wrestling; Mining Association; American Institute of Mining and Metallurgy; Japanese Engineers ' Society; Judo Club; Camera Club. YUKIO WADA San Francisco Cominerce Japanese Student Club. ROBERT KELLOGG WAHL San Francisco Commerce —Economics Daily Californian (1); Advertising Service Bureau (1) (2) (3)(4). JACK ARTHUR WAHLE San Francisco Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Honor Student; Crew; Varsity Rowing Club; Congress; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences; Flying Club, President. VICTOR BRADBURY WAITHMAN Berkeley Letters and Science —Physics Phi Beta Kappa; Honor Students ' Association, President. WILLIAM MASAO WAKI Watsonv I le Commerce —Accounting Beta Alpha Psi; Honor Student. ASHLEY VAN REYNEGOM WALCOTT San Letters and Science —Physics Phi Beta Kappa; Honor Student. Free Speech! The gift of every student outside of Sather Gate 129 MARY CHARLOTTE WALES Berkeley Letters and Science —Philosophy Zeta Tau Alpha; Blue and Gold; Counseling; Intramural Sports; Class Committees. AUDREY MARIE WALFORD Oakland Letters and Science —Political Science Honor Student. EILEEN ALISON WALKER Victoria, British Columbia Letters and Science —Anthropology Transfer from Victoria College; Honor Student. GAILENE BETH WALKER Berkeley Letters and Science — General Curriculum Transfer from Marin Junior College; Y.W.C.A. GORDON WALKER Yorba Linda Chemistry Transfer from Fullerton Junior College; Barrington Hall; American Chemical Society. JANE VAUGHAN WALKER Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum W.A.A.; Masonic Club. ROBERT JOHN WALKER, IV Washington, D. C. Letters and Science — Pre-Medical Transfer front Emory University; Little Theatre; Men ' s Dormitory Ccuncil. DAVID M. WALLEY Pasadena Engineering — Mechanical Engineering Transfer front Pasadena Junior College. JEAN ELIZABETH WALSH Cristobal, Canal Zone Letters and Science — Decorative Art Beta Sigma Omicron; California Engineer; Pan-Hellenic; W.A.A.; Women ' s Hostess Committee. LAWRENCE FREDERICK WALTERS San Francisco Commerce Intramural Sports; Masonic Club. PHYLLIS LENORE WALTZ Santa Cruz Letters and Science —Art Delta Epsilon; Blue and Gold Managerial Staff; College Woolen ' s Club Juniors; Class Committees. DIXON EARL WANSBURY San Francisco Letters and Science — Economics Honor Student. ANN ELIZABETH WAPPLE Sacramento Letters and Science —H istory Delta Gamma; Little Theatre; Intramural Sports; Crop and Saddle; Class Committees. J. TROPLONG WARD Berkeley Letters and Science —General Abracadabra; Proskopoi; Meadowbrook; Advertising Service Bureau; Soccer; Orientations; Radio Commission; Class Committees. RICHARD H. WARD Berkeley Agriculture — Agricultural Economics Transfer front Stanford University; Chi Psi; Water Polo. DAVID QUENTIN WARK Pasadena Letters and Science —Astronomy Transfer from Pasadena Junior College; Student Advisory Bureau. JEAN ANN WARNER Sacramento Letters and Science —Journalism Transfer front Sacramento Junior College; Zeta Tau Alpha; Theta Sigma Phi; California Engineer; Grizzly; Counseling; Intramural Sports; Press Club. JIM CLEVELAND WARREN Oakland Letters and Science —Philosophy Chi Phi; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Circle " C " Society; Skull and Keys; Beta Beta; Basketball (1); Rambler Football; Rugby. RUTH MARIE WARREN Santa Paula Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from Ventura Junior College; Ritter Hall; Orientations; Masonic Club; Class Committees. JOSEPHINE EMILY WASSON San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics Transfer front San Francisco State College; Y.W.C.A.; Riflery. ALICE AYAKO WATANABE San Francisco Letters and Science — General Curriculum International House; Honor Student; Y.W.C.A. ROBERTA ANTOINETTE WATKINS Monterey Park Letters and Science —Journalism Alpha Delta Pi; University Press Club. WILLIAM MORTON WATKINS Long Beach Engineering —Electrical Engineering Transfer from Long Beach Junior Col lege. GORDON LEE WATSON D ixon Letters and Science — Psychology Phi Gamma Delta; Track Manager (3); Class Committees. RALPH NORMAN WATTERS Nevada City Agriculture —Forestry Baton; A.S.U.C. Band; President ' s Student Advisory Committee, Counselor; Forestry Club. BRADFORD B. WEAVER Berkeley Letters and Science —Physics Transfer front Davis. JOSEPH DEXTER WEBSTER Piedmont Engineering —Electrical Engineering Crew; Varsity Rowing Club; Ameri can Institute of Electrical Engineers. FREDERICK WESLEY WEIHE San Francisco Letters and Science —Art Sigma Sigma Pi. GWENDOLYNE MILGARTH WEI LAND Sacramento Letters and Science —French Transfer front Sacramento Junior College. HARRIET ELIZABETH WEIR March Field Letters and Science —History Transfer from the University of Redlands; Phi Mu; Honor Student, W.A.A. MIRIAM WEISS Los Angeles ' Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer front the Univ ersity of Texas; Alpha Epsilon Phi. NAOMI BLANCHE WELFIELD San Francisco Letters and Science —Public Speaking. 130 JOHN ARTHUR WELLS San Francisco Engineering —Electrical Engineering Water Polo; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. ROY O ' NIEL WELLS Oakland Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. LINCOLN NORMAN WERUM Berkeley Letters and Science —Chemistry. ROBERT LEE WESSEL Fresno Engineering —Electrical Engineering Transfer front Fresno State College; Swimming; American Institute of Electrical Engineers. KATHERINE ELSA WEST Sunol Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Beta Phi Alpha; Nu Sigma Psi; Women ' s Orchestra, Manager (1) (2) (3), Librarian (4); W.A.A.; Physical Education Majors ' Club. LORRAINE MARIE WESTCOTT San Francisco Letters and Science —H istory. STANLEY KENNETH WESTON Berkeley Commerce — Accounting Transfer from San Francisca Junior College; Baton; A.S.U.C. Band; President ' s Student Advisory Comm ittee; University Symphony Orchestra. ROBERT KING WEYAND San Leandro Mining —Metallurgy Scabbard and Blade; Riflery; Mining Association. SYDNEY ELIZABETH WHEELER Oakland Letters and Science —English Thalian; Grizzly; Class Committees. ELLEN MARY WHITE Richmond Commerce —Economics Phi Chi Theta; Personnel (1) (2); Counseling (1) (2) (3), Executive Board (4); W.A.A. MARGIE VIRGINIA WHITE Stockton Letters and Science — Psychology Transfer from Marin Junior College; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; Student Relations Committee. THOMAS JEFFERSON WHITLOW Carson City, Nevada Engineering — Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautics Transfer from San Bernardino Valley junior College: Tau Beta Pi; Honor Student; Institute of Aeronautical Sciences; Men ' s Dormitory Council, Vice-President. RAYMOND ALFRED WHITMORE Clear Lake —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Santa Rosa Junior College. JAMES HENRY WIARD Sacramento Letters and Science — History International House; Honor Student. MARY EDNAH WICKSON Berkeley Agriculture —Dietetics Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Alpha Nu; Omega Nu; Honor Student; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Home Economics Club, President. ANTHONY JOSEPH WIECHERS San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer front Marin Junior College; International House; Honor Student. PAUL PARKHURST WIGGINS San Francisco Engineering — Electrical Engineering American Institute of Electrical Engineers. MARK LINCOLN WIGHTMAN Elk Grove Letters and Science —Economics International House. MAX WILCOX, JR. San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Beta Theta Pi; Golden Bear; Big " C " Society; Crew (1); Tennis Manager (2) (3) (4); Class Committees. ROBERT ERNEST WILDE Santa Ana Letters and Science —Political Science Barrington Hall; Baseball. ELEANOR MARIE WILDHAGEN San Francisco Letters and Science —General Curriculum Theta Upsilon; Orientations; Intramural Sports; Art Bureau. GEORGE CRANSTON WILKENS Solana Beach Agriculture —Agricultural Economics. JEAN LOUISE WILKIE Berkeley Letters and Science —H istory Masonic Club. RICHARD CAMERON WILKINS El Cerrito Engineering —Civil Engineering. En garde, as fencers line up for class in the gym 131 132 DORIS E. WILLI Palo Alto Letters and Science —Journalism Transfer from San Jose State College; Alpha Alpha; Honor Student. HAROLD WAYNE WILLIAMS Red Bluff Agriculture —Economics Phi Epsilon Chi; Junior Class Secretary-Treasurer; President ' s Student Advisory Committee, Director; Student Health Committee; Class Committees. JADE WILLIAMS Los Angeles Letters and Science —General Curriculum Chi Omega; Pelican; Pan-Hellenic, Secretary- Treasurer; U.C. Symphony Forum; Labor Board; Winter Sports Club; Class Committees. JOE COLE WILLIAMS Pomona Commerce —Foreign Trade Transfer from Pomona Junior College; Delta Phi Epsilon; Men ' s Dormitory Council. LOIS JUNE WILLIAMS Berkeley Letters and Science —History Beta Phi Alpha; Honor Student; W.A.A. Council; Crop and Saddle. MALCOLM STANTON WILLIAMS Berkeley Chemistry Theta Chi; Sigma Xi; Honor Students ' Council; American Chemical Society. ROBERT GARRETT WILLIAMS Santa Cruz Engineering —Civil Engineering Kappa Delta Rho; American Scciety of Civil Engineers; American Road Builders ' Association. ROBERTON CAPELL WILLIAMS San Francisco Letters and Science —Public Administration Kappa Sigma; Golden Bear; Winged Helmet; Tri-U,,e; Circle " C " Society; Phi Epsilon Chi; Class President (2) (4); Little Theatre; Soccer; Rally Committee; Elections Council. SOPHIE DUBOIS WILLIAMS San Mateo Letters and Science —Decorative Art Transfer from San Mateo Junior College; Delta Chi Alpha; Winter Sports Club. BETTY JANE WILLIS Oakland Letters and Science —Psychology U.C. Bible League. IONE ELIZABETH WILSON Berkeley Letters and Science —H i story Phrateres; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. LOUISE LEONORE WILSON Berkeley Letters and Science —Political Science Phrateres; Masonic Club; Crop and Saddle. LUCY ELIZABETH WILSON Strathmore Letters and Science —H istory Transfer from Porterville Junior College; Arcadian Hall; Sigma Kappa Alpha; Honor Student; Student Advisory Bureau; Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports. MYRL EDNA WILSON Berkeley Letters and Science —History Alpha Chi Omega; Personnel (1) (2); Counseling; Y.W.C.A. (2) (3); Intramural Sports; Class Committees. RICHARD IRVING WILSON Fresno Commerce —Business Transfer from Fresno State College; Abracadabra; Bureau of Public Relations; Radio Commission; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Amateur Radio Club. ROBERT C. WILSON Long Beach Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Transfer from Long Beach Junior College; Bowles Hall; Handball; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. JACK WINDSOR Oakland Commerce U.C. Flying Club. SYLVIA BRONA WINER Bakersfield Letters and Science —Physical Education Transfer from U.C.L.A.; W.A.A.; Hillel Foundation; Physical Education Majors ' Club. ROBERT VICTOR WI NKLER Berkeley Letters and Science —Economics Delta Chi; Phi Phi; Library Club, Executive Committee. BILLIE ANN WINTER Berkeley Letters and Science —Public Speaking Alpha Delta Pi; Housing Board. CAR OLYN McVAY WINTER Salt Lake City, Utah Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Westminster Junior College; Alpha Chi Omega. FLORENCE WISEMAN Oakland Letters and Science —Zoology Phrateres; Honor Student; Student Health Committee; Y.W.C.A, ELEANOR WISHARD Ookala, Hawaii Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Pine Manor Junior College; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports. THEODORE PETER WITTSCHEN,JR. Piedmont Letters and Science —Political Science Beta Theta Pi; Quarterdeck; Basketball (1), Manager (2) (3). MARGARET CROGHAN WOLCOTT Orland Letters and Science —H i story. BERNARD WOLF San Francisco Letters and Science — Physical Education Pi Lambda Phi; Tri-Une; Big " C " Society; Track. CHESTER JAMES WOLF San Francisco Letters and Science — Political Science International House; Pi Sigma Alpha; Blue and Gold (2); Soccer (2); President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Masonic Club. ROBERT GEORGE WOLFE Brea Engineering —Mechanical Engineering. GEORGE HAI FUNG WONG Alberta, Canada Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from University of Nanking; Pi Alpha Phi; Chinese Students ' Club. TUNG GOON WONG San Francisco Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Chinese Students ' Club; American Society of Mechanical Engineers. WILLIAM WEBSTER ANNA LOUISE WI NANS WITHEROW Berkeley Live Oak Commerce Letters and Science —Economics —Economics Alpha Delta Sigma, Transfer from Yuba Junior President; Daily College; Arcadian Hall; Californian Managerial Y.W.C.A.; Staff; Store Board, Intramural Sports. Chairman. CHARLES EDWIN WOOD San Bernardino Letters and Science —Spanish International House; Sigma Sigma Pi. FREDERICK BERNARD WOOD Berkeley Engineering —Electrical Engineering Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Xi; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Tau Pi Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; A.S.U.C. Band; Engineers Council; American Society of Electrical Engineers. MARYESTHER WOOD Orange Letters and Science —Public Speaking Transfer from Fullerton Junior College; Thalian, President; Little Theatre; University Chorus. WINSTON PEARSE WOODMAN Long Beach Letters and Science —Economics Alpha Tau Omega; Circle " C " Society, President; Phi Phi, President; Phi Epsilon Chi; Athletic Council; Swimming; Water Polo, Captain. NANCY WORRALL Honolulu, T. H. Letters and Science —General Curriculum Transfer from Pine Manor Junior College; Kappa Kappa Gamma; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Y.W.C.A. JEAN WORTHINGTON Berkeley Letters and Science —Economics Chi Omega; Prytanean; Pi Alpha Sigma, President; Advertising Service Bureau; Counseling; Intramural Sports; Newman Club. RUTH SOLVEIG WORTHINGTON Berkeley Letters and Science —H istory Kappa Phi; Sigma Sigma Pi; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Y.W.C.A.; Classical Club. DOROTHY MARY WRIGHT Alameda Commerce —Economics. FRED ASBERY WRIGHT Oakland Engineering —Aeronautical Engineering Tau Beta Pi. HUGH LI VEZEY WRIGHT Berkeley Letters and Science — Economics Alpha Tau Omega; Scabbard and Blade; Daily Californian (2); Fencing; President ' s Student Advisory Committee. JOHN EARL WRIGHT Sacramento Engineering —Civil Engineering Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Bowles Hall; American Society of Civil Engineers. RICHARD A. WRIGHT San Francisco Agriculture — Forestry Transfer from Davis; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Wrestling Manager (4); Masonic Club; Forestry Club; Winter Sports Club. LILLA Y. C. WU San Francisco Letters and Science —Psychology Prytanean; Honor Student; President ' s Reception Committee; President ' s Student Advisory Committee, Director; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Chinese Students ' Club. MARGARET GAY WYNNE Oakland Letters and Science —Journalistic Studies Blue and Gold Editorial Staff; Class Committees. BEVERLY WYRICK Berkeley Letters and Science —General Curriculum. MASAO YABU K I Oakland Letters and Science —Art Delta Epsilon. MOMOJI ROBERT YABUNO Fresno Letters and Science —Optometry Omega Delta. REVA YAFFEE Glens Falls, New York Letters and Science —Psychology Alpha Epsilon Phi; Blue and Gold; Daily Californian; President ' s Student Advisory Committee; Counseling; Y.W.C.A. TADASHI YAMADA Oakland Commerce. KIYEKO CAROLYN YAMASHITA Oakland Letters and Science — General Curriculum Japanese Women Students ' Club; Y.W.C.A. SHIGERU YAMASHITA Sail Diego Commerce Transfer from San Diego State College; International House; Japanese Student Club. TAKAO YAMAUCH I Hilo, Hawaii Commerce Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Commerce Association. CECIL RANGEL YBARRA Riverside Letters and Science —Spanish Transfer from Riverside Junior College; Alka Hall. GEORGE YEE San Francisco Letters and Science — Medical Science Honor Student. Dan Cupid meets a battery of opponents in this women ' s archery class 133 Cal Club entertains Aggie and Bruin cousins at International House luncheon 134 YVONNE YELLAND Clarksburg Letters and Science —Public Speaking Sigma Kappa; Little Theatre Costume Staff; Counseling; Women ' s Rally Committee; W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Intramural Sports; Physical Education Majors ' Club; Readers Club. HELENE MARIE YOOHS Oakland Letters and Science —Physical Education, Hygiene Prytanean; Nu Sigma Psi; Pennant " C " Society; Honor Student; Little Theatre Managerial Staff; W.A.A.; Physical Education Majors ' Club, President. AKIRA GEORGE YOSH IDA Los Angeles Engineering —Mechanical Engineering Japanese Student Club. EMILY H. YOSH I DA Palo Alta Agriculture —Dietetics Transfer from San Jose State College; Japanese Women ' s Student Club. CHARLES WELLBORN YOUNG Los Angeles Letters and Science —Economics Alpha Delta Phi; Football Manager (2); Class Committees. LEROY STADON YOUNGGREN Los Angeles Letters and Science —Political Science Transfer from Ventura Junior College; Sigma Nu. FISH YUEN Red Bluff Letters and Science —Languages Transfer from Chico State College; Chinese Students ' Club; Welfare Council; Housing Board. DONALD VICTOR ZANDER Bellingham, Washington Agriculture —Poultry Husbandry. FRITZ ZAPF Berkeley Engineering — Civil Engineering American Society of Civil Engineers. KARL EDWARD ZAPF Berkeley Commerce Beta Gamma Sigma. ROBERT ARTHUR ZAPF Ventura Agriculture — Entomology Transfer from Ventura Junior College; Alpha Zeta; Honor Student; Entomology Club. EDNA ZEHNDER Sacramento Agriculture —Home Economics Transfer from Sacramento Junior College; Gamma Phi Beta. AUDREY IRENE ZIEGENFUSS San Diego Letters and Science —Economics Honor Student; Debating; Bureau of Public Relations; A.S.U.C. Peace Committee; Y.W.C.A. NANCY PORTER ZIEGENFUSS Oakland Letters and Science — General Curriculum Pi Beta Phi; Personnel (1); Y.W.C.A. (1); Intramural Sports. JANE ZITLAU Stockton Letters and Science —General Curriculum Alpha Phi. ROBERT FARLEY ZWEI FEL Berkeley Letters and Science —Public Speaking. BETTY YOUNG San Francisco Letters and Science —H istory Chi Omega; Counseling; Intramural Sports; Class Committees. CHARLES WILLIAM ZANG Alameda Chemistry Masonic Club. JEAN CATHRYNE ZELLER San Francisco Letters and Science —Economics Prytanean; Pi Alpha Sigma; Hammer and Coffin; Pelican (2) (3); Women ' s Director (4). ESTHER LUCILLE ZWERLING San Francisco Letters and Science — Optometry Phrateres; Counseling; Utrimque. TROJAN SP_L_XIAL Cal co-eds relax on the train while talking over the exciting weekend in prospect An impromptu gathering amuses itself in the club car en route to the game Bear gridders form a bridge foursome complete with kibitzer while travelinc south Rooters arrive in the south land to spend two days of fun and frolic Troy forms its school letters while all activity stops to watch the card stunts The Cox twins celebrate Cal ' s victory along with their fellow gridders 135 9c I Spiritedly launching into a round of activities, the Class of ' 42 had a promi nent and busy year on campus. Junior Day, in September, marked the first big event on the calendar, when class men and women gathered in a special rooting section to witness the Michigan-California football game. Adding the finishing touches to the day, top-hatted ' 42ers trekked across the bay to Saint Francis ' Colonial Room and celebrated at the Junior Prom. A future tradition was foreseen when the Junior Sings were initiated. Patterned after Senior Sings, they gave an opportunity for class members to rally together, sing college songs as well as old favorites, and to dance. Started in the fall semester, they continued with great success in the spring. Halloween was the motif of the traditional junior women ' s luncheon, which was held in the Women ' s Club- rooms. Entertainment for the co-eds was supplied by a fashion show between courses. The Claremont Hotel was the setting in March for the Junior Informal. Attended en masse by the class, this event brought a fitting successful climax to their year. Left to Right: Knapp, Welch, Waller, Bower JUNIORS 137 Black ties and orchids throng the bar between dances Members of ' 42 toast their Queen, Clarine Coppock JUNIOR PROM Highlighted by the appearance of Clarine Coppock reigning as Queen of the Class, the Junior Prom in the Colonial Room of the Hotel St. Francis marked the end of a very successful Junior Day. Undaunted by the day ' s football encounter with Harmon ' s Wolverines, the Class of ' 42 celebrated to Don Mulford ' s music. An amateur band-leading contest supplied the PROMenaders with many laughs during intermission. uninimm. Music by Mulford pervades the thronged Colonial Room Juniors relax and watch orchestra antics with interest 138 111.111■--- Juniors caper at annual Spring Informal at the Claremont Small talk and chatter round out dance festivities JUNIOR The most willing draftees to submit to call trooped to the Claremont Hotel in March, for the Junior Informal. There, " drafted " juniors enjoyed their leave by dancing to the music of former Big " C " man Bob Saunders and his orchestra. An army pup tent " recruiting office " in Eshleman Court, run entirely by co-eds, drew the conscripts to Camp Claremont. A balloon " barrage " and ma- chine gun display gave atmosphere to the pro- ceedings. Vocalist attracts attention while juniors celebrate end of in idterms Juniors attemp o prove their age for liquid purposes OT Left to Right: English, Mallory, Lippi, Wilson SOPHOMORES " To heck with ' 44, they ' ll wear their dinks some more. " The first sophomore Brawl victory since 1938 marked the be- ginning of a prosperous year for the class of ' 43. At the Brawl Ball, following the battle, battered sophomores claimed the traditional " Great Paddle " mid cheers and hoots of freshmen onlookers. The men ' s and women ' s vigilantes eliminated subversive fifth column activities of the frosh with sales of dinks and green ribbons. With the advent of football season, Big " C " guards, garbed in blue jeans and overcoats, pro- tected California ' s emblem from the attacks of visiting enemies. Voted the typical play-boy with his long-stemmed pipe and polka dotted bow-tie, Bob Weston escorted class queen Libby Mallory to the November Soph Hop. Even the Sir Francis Drake orchestra went " Joe College " for the occasion. Spring Work Day found the men of ' 43 raking and weeding the Big " C " trail. Climax of the day was the Barn Dance, at which the Whiskerino Contest winner was chosen. The sophomore women ' s luncheon featured fads and fashions of the feminine world as the final activity of the class year. 141 A crowded dance floor fulfills the " Joe College " theme SOPH HOP The usual combination of soft lights and sweet music formed the background for the crowd of enthusiastic sophomores who danced at the annual Hop, held this year at the Sir Francis Drake Hotel. Music for every mood, from romantic swing to fun-provoking jive, was provided by Art Rowley and his orchestra. Careful planning and hard work on the part of class officers and committeemen made the dance, biggest event of the year for the sophomores, a financial and social success. President McPherson congratulates newly-crowned Soph Queen Libby Mallory In-between-dance cigarettes and conversation for sophisticatcd Sophs Dancers pause to hear a new lyric by Art Rowley and the band 142 Jump-rope reigns as a favorite pastime at Soph Barn Dance BARN DANCE The sophomore class " went back to the farm " for its spring Barn Dance, resulting in a large profit for the treasury and fun for all. Free straw hats, the atmosphere of Valente ' s barn, and the old-fashioned square dances combined to remove any trace of for- mality. Seth Lloyd ' s far-from-rustic music and exhibition folk dancing shared entertainment honors with such concessions as " Break the Record " and the cigarette wheel. Sophs pour through the open door for more dancing Dancers swing their partners ' round the barn Soph " farmers " make themselves comfortable on the floor ______—,..sammiLairm111111.111111111 BRAWL VIGILANTE COMMITTEE Back row: Dunn, Burk, English, Dewey, Goodell, Pickett, Wilson, Meek, McMurry Third row: Johnson, Garvey, Mulcahy, B ernhard, van den Bosch, Fugazi, Albright, Elis Second rcw: First row: Oliver, J., Hennessy, Oliver, R., Sapiro, Farley, Klemmer, Matteucci, Ferguson, Whitney, Matteson LeBaron Class loyalty results in a general free-for-all Soph brawn triumphs over frosh brain in the tie-up BIG " C " GUARDS Back row: Donovan, Erdman, Cleland, Dimpfl, Tutton, Phillips, Goodell, Wilson, Dedrick, Craig, Donald, Weyand Third row: Cone, Scott, Williams, Ferguson, Hunt, Wilson, Frizell, Evans, Bagnall, Wilbur, N icora Second row: Lippi, Hart, Dreher, Killebrew, Titley, Robertson, Casey, Hislop, Harrod Front row: Karp, Cenedella, DeKay, Moffett, Carson, Chamberlain, Stewart, Gallagher Brawlers struggle for the sand-bag while cameras click Big " C " members oversee the tug•o ' •war Green and red paint runs riot in the joust 41 Left to right: Allen, Bruning, Crosby, Cuttle FRESHMEN Like an ever growing storm, the Class of ' 44 converged upon the campus this year. President Sproul was the first to welcome the freshmen at the annual President ' s Reception, where they were introduced to campus life. Emerging from a thorough Orientations ' program, the frosh, discernable only by dinks and green ribbons, started on a round of social activities. They received a setback early in the semester when they were on the losing side of the Brawl, but the Brawl Ball made up for any defeat. The plea of " let ' s get acquainted soon " brought forth a dance and pep rally in the clubrooms, to cheer the freshman football team to victory. Class spirit was fostered by the girls at the Freshman Women ' s Luncheon in March. Munching lunches under the trees in Faculty Glade, co-eds were entertained by a Spring Fashion Show. The spring semester was featured also by the annual Freshie Glee in the guise of a hard times party. Now a definitely united class, strengthened by a year of campus activity, the freshmen look forward to making their mark at the University. 147 Freshie Gleers enter into the spirit of the La Conga while Don Mulford beats out the rhythm FRESHIE GLEE R " Slumming " to the music of Don Mulford and his orchestra, the class of ' 44 turned out en masse to their February Freshie Glee. The men, dressed in jeans and hickory shirts, entered Hearst Gym with their cent a pound dates through a hole in a picket fence. Entertainment was topped by " ' 44 Forever, " an original frosh composition, sung by one of the bowery boys. " East side " decorations highlighted this as one of the best Freshie Glees. A hole in the or fence serves as the only entrance to the Freshie Glee Cider, doughnuts, and cokes attract many from the dance floor Amid washings and back-alley scenes dancing continues until one o ' clock 148 Orientations committeemen act as dancing partners to delighted freshmen Sunday Supperites have a gay time playing an old, old game SUNDAY NIGHT SUPPERS Prominent on the calendar of social events for the freshman class were the Sunday Night Suppers. College songs and campus leaders were featured at the twelve informal get-togethers which were sponsored by Orientations. A.S.U.C. President John McPherson ' s speech on student government shared honors with Sarita Henderson ' s description of the life of a Daily Cal staff member. Through the efforts of an untiring committee, all entering students were entertained as well as oriented at the popular supper meetings. Sunday Supper committee acts as cooks be fore becoming hosts to invited freshmen Outgoing and incoming Orientations heads lead the line to the buffet JOHN McPHERSON President BETTY BARTON Vice-President E C X 0 E M C M U T T I T V E E E PALMER RALSTON SAUNDERS STOFLE Weighty matters are considered at Wednesday night Executive Committee meetings 152 - ARON BROWN DAWSON ESTEP FISCHER FORD GLICKFELD GOODSON GORDON HENDERSON 10FORD MOORE TACKLE WALLER WILLIAMS PRIESTLEY GRIFFITHS STONE Midnight oil for the lamps of Stephens Un ion burned late every Wednesday night as the four- teen regular and three ex-officio members of the Executive Committee supervised affairs, policies, properties and conduct of the Associated Students of the University. Members of the A.S.U.C. were encouraged to attend and observe their government in action. Literally floored in the alumnae room, the guests were allowed to have a voice in the current issues of the small democracy. Efforts of the Executive Committee moved the Town Hall of the Lawns with its public address system and bag lunches from Campanile Way to Faculty Glade. A sample scientific polling system was set up, with the aid of the psychology department, for voting on national issues. Executive Committee ' s jurisdiction was clarified through discussion and a message from Presi- dent Sproul. Approval of Welfare Council ' s clothes drive was an example of an on-campus drive for an off-campus cause. Class reunions, float parade, Ax Rally, Busse ' s band all were part of the Homecoming program, designed to foster a peaceful Big Game weekend. With A.S.U.C. President John McPherson carrying the baton, the Executive Committee marched on through a successful and active year. 153 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATI01 Supervised by Kenneth Priestley for the past five years, the Business Administration has balanced the budget for the Associated Students. With headaches for bookkeepers and accountants, A.S.U.C. expenses have been carefully computed and tabulated. Keeping four figure columns and double entries straight, these executives specified the percentages of student body card sale proceeds to be allotted to each activity. Assisted in his decisions and transactions by a large staff of graduate managers, the general manager was charged with the supervision of all A.S.U.C. affairs. It was his further responsibility to see that the policies and orders of the Executive Committee were carried out. An annual report of expenditures and income for student activity costs evidenced the success of the A.S.U.C. budget in emerging yearly with a net profit. Mr. Priestley and his staff efficiently managed an administration vital to the foundation and unity of a self-governing student body. KENNETH PRIESTLEY General Manager Back row: Catoire, Priestley, Davis, Fischer, Clarke Back row: Barton, Williams, Ralston, Stone, Corley Front row: Frederick, Penry, Abrams, Bumstead Front row: McPherson, Priestley Bill Ackerman and Ken Priestley, U.C.L.A. and U.C. General Managers, talk shop • 154 ALLEN APPLEGARTH Chairman Back row: Applegarth, Wiedman, Day Front row: Revzin, Fulmer, Powell, Deirup, Fletcher PEACE COMMITTEE Student-faculty forums, support for the California Youth Legislature, consideration of race relations problems these were the pertinent activities of the Peace Committee. Serving as a focal point for smaller peace groups, the committee sponsored all meetings which bore out its basic STORE Are text books cheaper on the Avenue? Do Cal students like our menus? Store Board debated these issues to keep the Student Store ( " The Co-op " in campus colloquial) running smoothly and efficiently. All needs, from birthday cards to badminton birds, were supplied at the lowest possible price. principles of preserving students ' social and civil liberties. Keeping a watchful eye on all world events, the group aimed at an intelligent and rational approach to the questions of war and peace. BOARD The three faculty and four student members discussed problems of store policy in bi-weekly meetings. Serving as a board of directors for a large-scale business, this group concentrated on balanced books and satisfied patrons. WEBSTER WINANS Chairman 155 Back row: Stone, Hill Front row: Lamson, Winans, Calkins WELFARE From kitchen problems to picket lines, t he Welfare Council concentrated its efforts on campus improvement. Under the " Fair Bear " banner, the Labor Board protected hired students by weighing a just balance between the length of working hours and the amount of working wages. Below-par rooming standards met rigorous investigation at the hands of the Housing Board. Attention to inadequate living facilities and housing shortages shared the spotlight with advancement of the give-and-take cooperative plan. Going behind the scenes of campus restaurants, the Health Committee carried MORRIS GLICKFELD Chairman WELFARE COUNCIL Back row: Slaughter, Reichert Second row: Lunt, Goldman, Koshland, Evers Front row: Johnston, Kulp, Collins, Henck, Glickfeld 156 STUDENT RELATIONS COMMITTEE Back row: Minsky, Day, Evers, Reichert Front row: Gin, Nose, Couture, Dinkins, Glaser HOUSING BOARD Back row: Standish, Hibberd, Neil, Levikow, Goldman, Cook Fourth row: Cann, Nakagawa, Peter, Tragen, Pickett, Fukui Third row: Murray, Zipin, Mitchell, Henck, Rigast, Gunn, Lareau Second row: Fox, Selleck, Markofer, Dayton, Haber, Ellsworth Front row: Mensch, Longshore, Branaman, Moorsteen, Lamson, Sato, Dung COUNCIL on work equally vital to Welfare Council activity. Insisting on " Clean Bear " standards, the group insured more sanitary service for students dining out. Tested menus published by the Daily Californian included recipes with cor- rect calorie numbers, recommending a more balanced diet for housekeeping undergraduates. Council subdivisions, through discussion and action, saw a clear cross-section of student living problems, and made " the welfare of all " their foremost concern. IRVING REICHERT HENRY EVERS RICHARD GOLDMAN Student Relations Student Relations Housing Board LOUIS DELANEY GLEN SLAUGHTER DAN KOSHLAND Labor Board Labor Board Health Committee LABOR BOARD HEALTH COMMITTEE Back row: Delaney, Groeschel, Gershon, Slaughter Front row: Whitehead, Hawkins, Phipps, James, Kinnick Back row: Kling, Blake, Gunther, Ziegler, Rosenberg, Peletz Second row: McComber, Celio, Itano, Koshland, Nathan, Haas Front row: Merrihew, Kaufman, Hudson, Strandberg, Oppenheimer 157 Back row: Fifth row: Fourth row: Third row: Second row: Front row: Temme, Rosenblum, Miller, Friedman, Foster, Robinson, Rebman, Hirschberg, Heiman, Thompson, Nazro, Burchell, Pillsbury, Herbert, Riordan, Woods, Frederick, Spiegl, Breckenfeld, Weissich, Shepard, McCullough, Buchanan, Hess, Tupper, McInnis, Channel!, Mares, Stokdyk, Cox Robinson, Johnson, Ross, Giddens, Gordon, Greenberg, Marsh, Gray Landgren, Grimm, Brown, Tollini, Swirsky, Grossman, Padway, Barbieri Maloney, McMullin, G lobenfelt, Scott, Newell Berwald Burns, Glaser, Kerns, Sigourney ELECTIONS COMMITTEE Setting election days, keeping political campaigns " clean, " tabulating student votes these were the varied duties of the Elections Committee. After voting booths had been emptied and the last ballot cast, members of the group worked far into the night, checking votes and recording results. In addition, the committee collaborated with Professor Edwin E. Ghiselli of the psychology department in developing a more scientific method of sampling campus opinion. As a result, the " straw polls " concerning conscription and the national presidential election were an accurate cross-section of student view-point. Elections Committee directs a student body election BOB SPIEGL Chairman JACK VAN TONNINGEN Chairman Left to right: Evans, Barker, Mountjoy, Olson, Payne, Gcurdin, McPherson, van Tcnningen MEN ' S JUDICIAL COMMITTEE " To make the punishment fit the crime, " the eight upperclass- men of the Men ' s Judicial Committee strove to understand the why ' s and how ' s of student offenses. Urging students and faculty alike to support the proctoring system, the committee revealed its cooperative spirit. A new appropriation for proctors covered the financial side of maintaining classroom law and order. Misuse or loaning of A.S.U.C. cards, and any uncon- stitutional conduct was scouted by the J-men ' s eagle-eye. WOMEN ' S JUDICIAL COMMITTEE Without the aid of bloodhounds or police badges, the Women ' s Judicial Committee helped maintain California ' s honor spirit. The committee ' s purpose was to aid rather than condemn, to serve rather than censure. While misuse of A.S.U.C. cards, and plagiarism still made committee news, the main project of the year was the supervised exam system. New proctoring forms, enabling students to report any infraction of rules, clarified cases by giving full accounts of each infringement. CAROLYN BABASIN IAN Chairman Left to right: Barton, Fischer, Anderson, Orchison, Bahasinian, Lyman, Snook, Eaton, Swift 159 (DELL McMULLIN Chairman Back row: Third row: Second row: Front row: Bailey, Cone, Titley, Killebrew, Anderson, McNamara, McConnell, Buchanan, Cate, Arnold, Robinson, Taylor, McMullin, Crain, MacFarland, Scrtt, Carpenter, Daily Evans, Pedersen, Lutz Mehrtens, Wi Idhagen Hanna ART BUREAU Paint brushes were wielded with energy and skill in the basement of Eshleman Hall as the Art Bureau started its first semester of campus activity. Painting signs, posters, and " props " for publicity stunts, the bureau served all A.S.U.C. activities and organizations. Lessons in drawing and lettering, which were given to staff members, lent the posters a more finished and expert touch. By these specialized means, the group turned out clever art work with a minimum of time and effort. ASSEMBLY DANCES Campus swing enthusiasts met and mingled during the year at Saturday night Assembly dances, which were held regularly in the Men ' s Gym. The calendar of rhythmical events was highlighted by the " Battle of the Saxes, " in which a swing and sweet band played alternately during the evening. The guest appearance of Lionel Hampton and his orchestra proved to be another popular attraction. Owned and operated by the students, these non-profit affairs were held purely for the enjoyment and entertainment of Californians. LLOYD PERRY Chairman 160 Back row: Rianda, Perry, Moisenco, Stearns, Matteson, Scheibner Third row: Radojevich, McRoberts, Morse, Courtenaye, Swenson, Aabling, Johnson Second row: Hurst, McDuffee, Haywood, Jilbert, Anderson, Booth Front row: Pfister, Flodberg, Benson, Heath, Guay, Burrage Back row: Sakada, Palmer, Sim, Prugh, Diamond, Saunders, Bower Second row: Townsend, Roth, Spiegl, Graham, Gunther, Odell, Bennett, Nankin Front row: Foorman, Aronson, Ogle, Lindman, Williams, Huff, McKown, Kling ORIENTATIONS With the aid of more students than ever before, Orientations Council and the newly-formed President ' s Student Advisory Committee guided incoming fresh- men through the maze of registration technicalities and helped them in becoming adjusted to campus life. Increased Ori entations membership made possible closer contact between the personnel and bewildered new students. Sunday Suppers reflected the social side of staff life, while Acquaintance Hours opened to the entire student body a novel opportunity to make new friends. Teas, tours, and talks formed an integral part of the Orientations program, giving freshmen a well-rounded view of University activities and traditions. GEORGE LINDMAN Chairman Front row: Sim, Palmer, Criss, Goodson, Struckmeyer, Lindman, Brown CARD SALES Rain or shine in Eshleman Court, the sixty A.S.U.C. card salesmen were on the job, shouting, heckling, and pleading with prospective customers. Helping with the drive, campus celebrities devoured custard pies and rode hobby horses as publicity stunts —even A.S.U.C. President John McPherson upset his dignity in a dog and cat fight with himself for the benefit of card sales. Result: the Associated Students numbered 9,700 members. Mickey Clark, top salesman, received the traditional gold A.S.U.C. card, while runners-up were given prizes of money orders and free student body cards. RICHARD BENNETT Chairman Back row: Mita, Huff, Rihley, Clark, Kremser, Long, Bennett, R. Third row: Bennett, K., Christie, Smith, Alward, Peterson, Callan Second row: Rumrill, Lesser, Hall, Lormor, Yando, Garcia Front row: Kuhn, Dinkins, Hansen, Haden, Mills 162 Co-eds peddle kiddie-cars for a committee publicity stunt WAITHMAN Chairman, Fall Semester HONOR STUDENTS ' Front row: Cuneo, Tribes, Waithman, Lindblad, Quiros, Chabrier Back row: Koshland, Williams, Spiess, Kelley, Hanford, Eaton Second row: Geballe, Foorman, MaIm, Davis, Walfcrd COUNCIL Chairman, Spring Semester CARL FOORMAN Exhibiting a sense of cooperation as well as " book larnin, " a helping hand by coaching undergraduates who received the Honor Students carried on a variety of activities. The " cinch " notices. turmoil of registration was relieved by the services of this Extra-curricular activities included excursions, campus group, who advised freshmen on study lists and " snap tours, and dances. The group functions were scheduled and courses. " Midterm reports found the Honor Students lendin g managed by the Honor Students ' Council. ENGINEERS ' COUNCIL Compasses and calculations alone did not solve the problems of the Engineers ' Council. Elected representatives from northside societies focused their attention on drawing engi- neering students into A.S.U.C. activities and closer faculty contact. Council - sponsored, the Engineers ' Fall Formal lured miners, chemists, and engineers away from their slide-rules. Orientation for newcomers, and a policy of service for all brought each division into more coordinated group activity. BOB JESPERSEN Front row: Nelson, Hubbard, Jespersen, Miller Chairman, Fall Semester Back row: Pyle, Axelrod, Geballe, Peletz DAN DRAKE Chairman, Spring Semester DANIEL ARONSON President Back row: Mallory, Welch, Wilson, Lippi, English, Crosby Second row: Bower, Waller, Williams, Cuttle Front row: Aronson, Lindley, Odell, Knapp, Bruning CLASS OFFICERS ' COUNCIL Serving as an official go-between, the Class Officers ' Council coordinated the social activities of the four college classes. Members of the Council saw that Prom and Ball dates did not confli ct, and offered advice on problems of freshman social events. " Rowdy-ism " in the rooting section and at rallies was discouraged by a clean-up campaign headed by the group. For future reference, close accounts of every phase of class activity were recorded and filed throughout the year. OPEN FORUM Shifted from Eshleman Lawn to the Men ' s Clubrooms, heckled by the clatter of riveting, Town Hall of the Lawn functioned actively despite all obstacles. Student speakers discussed subjects of national import, and those referring particularly to the campus, such as the jurisdiction of Execu- tive Committee. Controversy ran high on several issues, as undergraduates defended their own views against the opposition of fellow students. Also reflecting the current situation were the Tuesday Evening Forums. Here faculty members and students con- sidered such problems as the Burke-Wadsworth Bill and the Hatch Act. RICHARD MOORE Chairman Left to right: Hume, J., McPherson, Fishman, Evans, Schelling, Giordano 164 BUREAU OF PUBLIC RELATIONS " Make the world California conscious ! " With this slogan, the Bureau of Public Relations promoted outside interest in campus life. Climaxed by a broadcast of the Big Game Rally, the Radio Commission presented weekly programs dedicated to various A.S.U.C. activities. The Speakers Bureau sent students throughout the state, acquainting their audiences with California traditions. Campus tours for new students and guests of the administration were conducted by the Visitations Committee. The News Service Bureau informed hometown newspapers when " local boys made good. " MARVIN GOODSON Director It Back row: Seventh row: Sixth row: Fifth row: Fourth row: Third row: Second row: Front row: Goodson, Shideler, Hume, Switzer, Sloan, Day, Lamb, Challoner, M., Crawford, Permenter, A., Schindler, Criss, Miller, B., Kinsella, Wilzinski, Dederick, Hughes, Castellino, Johnson, Gallagher, Hunter, Kramer, Link, Miler, E., Challoner, H., Gould, Gruner, Goebel, Townsend, Frayne, Clark, Hubert, Edwards, Kozak, Bixel, Waldron, Gunther, Homonchuk, Beuttler, Przybyla, Castello, K I ingman, Norris, Van Nry, Searl, Sorensen, Greenhood, Lippincott, Aitken, Lake, Couture, Silcox, Pimental, Englebright, Fishman, Brogue, Gilchrist, Easson, Carey, Bovingdon, Hare, Kiosterud, Homer, Jelinek, Mathewson, Permenter, J., Bruck, Petersen, Heald, Merrill, Joyce, Murray, Anderson, Temple Robinson, Anderson, H., Adkins, May, Hill, Rodriguez Coleston, Jaffe Anderholm, Rydman, Long Gardel la, Watkins, Crocker, S:arl, Spicer, Mulcahy Greenberg, Davis, Warren, Campbell Keremitsis, Nelson, Mee, Du Bois Lippman, Scannell, Nichols Radio Commission members say it with gestures M E N ' S ACTIVITY COUNCIL Representing women ' s organizations in the University, the Women ' s Activity Council coordinated activities. At bimonthly meetings, such events as the Presidents ' ception and teas for new women and visitors from other schools were planned. The council regulated women ' s housing rules and was the guiding force at dormitory council meetings. Through visits to sororities and other living groups, the members outlined the role of activities in college life and encouraged participation. The W.A.C. was designed to bring closer contact among women activity leaders, and to spread their influence throughout the University. This ideal of greater unity was fulfilled by the concerted action of co-ed executives working as one committee. KATHARINE FISCHER Women ' s Representative EASTMAN KELLY W.A.C. members relax for a minute before taking up their duties running women ' s affairs on campus ESTEP AVERILL KNAPP COBB MORRIS GEARHART LINDBLAD MURPHY BABASINIAN BARTON BROWN BRUNING BUD LONG CHAN COLLINS CRAMER CRISS DELMORE DOWD DUHRING HANFORD H AWI INS HOBART HODGKINSON HOLDEN JEWETT LINDLEY LUNT MacCAUGHEY McMULLIN MALLORY MARSH O ' KEEFE ORCHISON PORTER SAAM SILBERMAN SMITH, MARIE LOUISE I SMITH, VIRGINIA STOREY STOUT TICE WELCH ZELLER 169 RUTH KNAPP President Back Row: Burke, James, Maracini, Eaton, Stout, Chapin, Cattle Third Row: Erdman, Ingham, Thomas, Billings, Holmes, Anderson, Reid Second Row: Bean, Mastick, Meads R., Christie, Fulmer, Adams Front Row: Phipps, Graves, Knapp, Meads, M., Wu W. C. A. Supplementing college life for women, the facilities of the Y.W.C.A. were used by over one-half of the co-eds on campus. Guest speakers, forums, noon language tables, and class commissions were only a few of the many activities at the Cottage. A spring housing tour to San Francisco gave the girls a chance to inspect the new low cost housing projects. Community service, religious groups, and current event dis- cussions were another facet of the more serious side of the " Y. " Because of partial support by the Community Chest, the group depends on the campus to raise additional funds for its maintenance. The spring " Y " Drive, through the en- thusiastic work of the members in backing up sales and dances, reached the quota for the coming year. Luncheon in the open-air patio means relaxation time for " Y " goers 170 LORRAINE MARSH Chairman Back Row: Raggio, Fielder, Craig, Holmes, Tuttle, Sibbald, Caswell, Barnhart Second Row: Grigg, Oppenheimer, Martin, Finley, Cheadle, Nazro, Hayward Front Row: Chase, Flamos, Guilbert, Marsh, Christie, Hills, Heringer, Hameister ERSONNEL As hub of the activities wheel, Personnel served in the capacity of official secretary to all A.S.U.C. organizations. In compiling a record for men and women in activities, members of this group used their filing and typing ability to advantage. The carefully maintained files were opened to all students for reference to personalities, vocations, and activity requirements. Staff social life consisted of dinner meetings during the year, where busy secretaries forgot office duties for an evening of relaxation. WOMEN ' S RALLY COMMITTEE Californians recognized them by their navy blue and white uniforms and winning sales talks. Local merchants knew them as the " contact men " out to get wood for the bonfire rallies. They will be remembered by the janitors as the ambitious rooters who arrived at eight o ' clock on Saturday mornings to arrange card stunts. For the introduction of the blue and gold " coolie hat, " they will go down in California rooting history as protectors of the freckled face. In addition, Women ' s Rally Committee helped maintain order in the women ' s rooting section throughout the football season. JEAN PORTER Chairman Back Row: Cutter, Porter, Robertson, Dobrzensky, Halliday Fourth Row: Robinson, Robbins, Welch, Alward, Barnhart, Clark Third Row: Christie, Ristenpart, Smith, Gay, Hall, Barber Second Row: Cayne, McKee, Demarest, Burrows, Lawler, Hiester Front Row: Jefferds, McMullin, Judkins, Blosser, Breschini 171 MYRA HANFORD Chairman Back Row: Kelley, Flamos, Batchelder, Hatch, Moffatt, Ellsworth, Rutland Front Row: Finley, Cuenin, Van Duyne, Milanese, Hanford, Barlow, G lasson, Miller RECEPTION COMMITTEE Serving as a course in the social graces, the Reception Com- mittee made a business of sponsoring teas for all A.S.U.C. organizations. Once a week in Stephens Union, get-togethers, ranging from special teas honoring campus leaders to in- formal bridge teas, were held. The chairman and her four subordinates provided hostesses, refreshments, and a musical background for these occasions. From the President ' s Recep- tion at the first of the semester to the final drop-in tea, this committee did much to further congeniality among. students and faculty. ' OMEN ' S ORCHESTRA Proving the fact that Cal students were not all swing addicts, thirty musically talented co-eds spent hours every Monday afternoon practicing in Hearst Gym. Their slogan was " va- riety is the spice of life, " for the majestic strains of Bach were mingled with the catchy tunes of Gilbert and Sullivan. Under the direction of Byron J. Wilson, symphonies and light operas were combined on programs for concerts that were given during the year. CORA HOLDEN Manager Women ' s Orchestra gathers around piano to receive director ' s advice 172 BETHEL BROWN Chairman Back Row: Agosti, Delmore, Glasson, Silcox, Hayden, Harana Second Row: Parrish, Maracini, O ' Keefe, Bertero, Monson Front Row: Yaffee, Brown, Murphy, Krug W O M E N ' S ORIENTATIONS HAW CHAN Counseling Chairman Women ' s Orientations became streamlined. Through joined forces with the President ' s Student Advisory Committee, an enlarged program for new students was planned. Furthering its role as an indispensible part of campus life, Orientations guided the new co-eds safely and efficiently through the maze and red tape of registration. This work was continued ELIZABETH KELLEY " Information Please " Chairman throughout the year by mass meetings, discussion groups, the New Student Teas, and " Information Please. " The Freshman Sunday Night Suppers proved to be one of the most popular places to get acquainted. After the first months of college, newcomers were oriented and ready to become active partici- pants in University life. Freshman women go through the melee of registration aided by helpful counselors 173 KAY FISCHER Chairman Back row: Welch, Fischer, Cramer, Barton, Bahasinian Front row: Saam, Lindley, Brown, Collins, Knapp WOMEN ' S EXECUTIVE BOARD " Nine young women, " members of Women ' s Ex Board, were the supreme court for co-eds in activities. Through their efforts, much of the routine work was done for the Activity Council. Working closely with the Deans of Women, they presented the women ' s side to the administration. Sponsoring Women ' s Day was their major event of the year. A day was set aside on which the female contingent took over the campus. Free trips up the Campanile, a luncheon in Stephens Union, the coronation of the Cox twins, dual monarchs of the day, and an Executive Com- mittee run by the women were features of the day. VOCATIONAL GUIDANCE Careers are important to all ambitious coeds. Graduation is an approaching reality to be planned for now. Vocational Guidance held numerous functions to help the " career- minded " make contacts in the business world and find suitable vocations. Constantly varied discussions of the fields open to women were held. Conferences with the Faculty Committee stressed the time and preparation needed for specialization in any one field. This information was supplemented by talks from leading business women of the bay region. Similar events filled the year with thoughtful planning for the future. JOSEPHINE JEWETT Chairman Left to Right: Crain, Carr, Nicholls, Jewett, Schieck W.A.A. OFFICERS Left to right: Minshall, Barkley, Estep, Johnson WOMEN ' S INTRAMURAL BOARD Last row: Dobrzensky, Kieffer, Lucot, Smith First row: Maddox, MacNeur, Bush, Minshall, Billiou W.A.A. COUNCIL Back row: Maddox, Williams, McAlpine, Foulks, Krug, Lawrence, Buntain, Glass, Van Vleet Second row: Minshall, Anderson, Michel, Darr, Johnson, Waite, Heying Front row: Barkley, Hunt, Estep, Billings, Jones, Olave WOMEN ' S SPORTS Clad in gayly colored costumes, co-ed sports en- thusiasts acquired poise in fencing and archery, skill in hockey and basketball. Beside the oppor- tunities offered at the gym, the opening of Iceland increased the interest in ice skating. Both novice and master received private instruction in skating classes. With winter sports becoming more popular each year, the Department of Physical Education for Women and the W.A.A. sponsored a ski trip to Norden in the high Sierras during the Christmas vacation. The fine art of skiing was demonstrated to everyone, especially to those who had difficulty in remaining right side up. Not only physical education majors, but all co-eds who enjoyed participation in sports, found leisure and recreation by taking advantage of the facilities offered them at Hearst Gymnasium. 175 I �j " . -Slit MI W! . -1.1 km: la . • , fir ' 01 lilt An early morning bustle of activity at Hearst Gym showed that Triangular Sports Day was under way. This year Cal played hostess to the visiting teams of Stanford and Mills in the annual fall meet in November. First on the calendar were the hockey meets, followed by tennis and archery. All too soon the morning was over, but luncheon in Stephens Union came as a welcome rest between games. Fencing, golf, and swimming occupied the rest of the afternoon. The underlying idea of the meet was competition for perfection of performance rather than competition for points. Keen spirit and friendly rivalry among the girls was the keynote of the occasion. Successful as past field days have been, a new plan for the future was in the offing. Instead of one day of varied sports, three meets were arranged, each with one sport as its theme. A Basketball Day was scheduled at Cal, while a Tennis Day at Mills was planned. This new grouping would give each college the chance to be hostess to the others once during the year. On High School Sports Day, delegates from schools within a hundred mile radius watched girls who had proven their ability on Triangular Sports Day give an exhibition of all sports. 177 KATHRYN RAPP All-Campus Queen ELIZABETH Sophomore Queen BEVERLY LA RUE Dormitory Queen ' 14 -1k • MONNA LATTA Military Queen PATRICIA Senior Sweetheart BLICATIOnS PUBLIC As the guiding light of the general policies of Eshleman activities, the Publications Council acted in the capacity of an executive and coordinating committee. Senior editors and managers of the five major publications comprised the unit which was an ultimate factor behind the detailed and con- ATIONS scientious work of producing successful periodicals. This or- ganization regulated finances and made recommendations dealing with related problems to the Executive Committee. Spring advisory duties were taken over by Robert F. Laws who succeeded Fred C. Fischer as Director of Publications. The EDWIN STOFLE FRED C. FISCHER ROBERT F. LAWS WALLACE ARON Fall Chairman Fall Director Spring Director Spring Chairman 192 Publications Council members listen attentively as Chairman Aron presents a point COUNCIL Council had charge of Eshleman Library, refuge of harried Junior College Journalistic Convention was held. For journalism students in need of a few moments of peace and tion, staff members disregarded their duties to attend the quiet. Publications Fall Informal held at the Berkeley Country In the fall, the Council sponsored the annual College of Club. They resumed their work to play hosts to the campus Publications, which was attended by representatives from at the Spring Eshleman Hall Open House. California high schools, and this year, for the first time, an all ED ANDERSON WIL FOUNTAIN BOB GUGGENHEIM SARITA HENDERSON RUTH IGLEHEART MILTON LOTT ROBERTA MACDONALD GEORGE McNEIL CHARLES MOORE RICHARD MOORE CHARLOTTE MORRIS FRED REA ERNEST ROOK EARL SERDAHL HARRIET SIEGEL STUART SMITH ED TACKLE RAY WIEDMAN 193 LUE AND GOLD Transforming a studious campus into a beauty-and-glamour- conscious one, the 1941 Blue and Gold featured her majesty, the All-Campus Queen. Twelve fair coeds, popularly se- lected, were elevated to the rank of " Queen, " appearing in the beauty section of the book. In compiling a complete record of college activities for the year, the Blue and Gold reflected events from registra- tion to graduation. Gay social scenes off campus, routine daily occurrences in and between classes, university organi- zations, campus personalities, and special memorable occa- sions supplied abundant material. In this year ' s volume, pictorial representation of university life was stressed, copy being limited to brief reviews of the various activities. Candid shots of the California stars in action in both major and minor sports were another feature of the Blue and Gold. Outstanding events on the sports fields were summarized to make the coverage of athletic contests more complete. Informal dinners, picnics, and a snow trip to the Norden A.S.U.C. Lodge meant social unification for the staff. WILBERT FOUNTAIN Editor Sophomore editors are official greeters at the Blue and Gold Studio 194 EDITORIAL STAFF PEGGY ORCHISON KENNETH B. PICKLE Associate Editor Associate Editor Alch, Temme, Countryman, Falk, Monson, Daly, Marx Back row: Satins, Bennett, Purrington, Nanny, Scott, Lauritson, Escherich, Kerrigan, Heyman, Grant, R., Etcheverry Fifth row: Fulwider, Wood, Maze, Rushforth, Meads, Moore, Bodman, Burns, Ingots Fourth row: Scheerer, Patrovich, Johnson, Bergh, Newman, Van Noy, Grant, B., Hoffman, Minturn, Gillette Third row: Gist, Dawes, Craig, Mullen, Slater, Kligerman, Washburn, Martinelli, Pine, Latimer Second row: Hardy, Goheen, Le Gro, Kenny, Robinson, Barksdale, Davidson, Petrich, Conaway Front row: Hughes, Nye, Jenkins, Langknecht, Leimbach, Gabbert, Morehead, Dalziel 195 LUE AND GOLD RUTH IGLEHEART MARCIA TICE Manager Associate Manager Junior Managers plot sales tactics 196 MANAGERIAL STAFF Ingenious minds were behi nd the successful sales drives staged by the Blue and Gold Managerial staff. A book whose quali- ties were unknown was being sold to a skeptical student body. Lack of paid advertising had to be compensated for through high sales of books and organization pages to societies. The senior sales drive featured a menagerie of animals who helped promote high sales by adding their clamor to salesmen ' s voices in Eshleman Court. Creation of attractive posters gave the managers advertising experience. Strategi- cally placed on campus were billboards featuring everything from balloon footballs to epitaphs for the lone student who by some terrible mistake forgot to buy his Blue and Gold. By the time the book was published, staff members were accomplished general office workers, through the filing, book- keeping, and correspondence which are all in a year ' s work. Intra-staff competition was fostered by dividing the man- agers into teams, each striving for top honors with high sales records. Individual high salesmen, as well as the winning team, were given weekly rewards and a final grand prize. But all rivalry ceased temporarily when the staff was stimu- lated during sales drives by frequent dinners, picnics, and a moonlight barbecue. Left to right: Conners, Prochietto, Dayton, Hansen, Grover, Goldsmith Back row: Sear!, Martina, Dana, Muscardini, Gorsky, Backe Third row: Corcoran, Majors, Crawford, Hast, Feigenherg, Colb y Second row: Shultis, Liuovac, Ingham, Redko, Daley, Bush, Friedrich Front row: Kelley, Van Duyne, Walker, Seulherger, Barry, Juch 197 EDMUND TACKLE SARITA HENDERSON Fall Editor Spring Editor DAILY CALIFORNIAN Clicking teletype machines to cover world news and inquir- ing students to report campus events meant full coverage by the " Monarch of College Dailies. " First to guide the paper ' s policy through liberal and open-minded editorials was Ed Tackle, with Sarita Henderson taking over in the spring as the first woman editor in Daily Californian history. Back page variety was found in " The Gossipal Truth " with student news, and the " Ice Box " with student views on prob- lems ranging from campus parking facilities to where " Non- smoker, " ' 44 could meet the " Two Mad Chemists. " A special foreign news edition made an initial appearance this year carrying as its theme " America and Her Place in This World. " Seniors anticipating their careers after college approved the special vocational edition published in the spring. Executive Committee made front page news with its multi- tude of decisions on issues such as straw votes, rallies, and Town Hall of the Lawns. As a needed reminder, " What ' s Doing " noted daily important minor happenings on and off campus. Daily Cal policies are ironed cut in the editorial sanctum 198 EDITORIAL STAFF ARON DUHRING FABUN HANSEN HIGGINS HUBBER JONES MATTESON MERRELL SIEGEL JUNIOR EDITORS Back row: Matthews, Furth, deGrassi, Lockwood, Truebridge, Goerl Front row: Grinle, Cronbach, Maseeger, Wall, Tivol SOPHOMORE EDITORS Back row: Way, Levick Third row: Koshland, Moore, Frohlich, Adams, Hammond, Cook, Pisani, Galvin Second row: Marshall, Ota, Hirsch!, Jones, Wynne, Sparrow, Mendes Front row: Branaman, Fitzgerald, Hall, Cumutt, Maslin, Millis 199 BRUCE LEE Sports Editor DAILY CALIFORNIAN SPORTS STAFF " Following the ' C ' sons, " Daily Californian Sports Editor Bruce Lee contributed a lively column to the paper. Through it he kept Cal sports enthusiasts informed about the progress of their various teams during the college year. Predictions and summaries, news and views on the sports world as a whole meant a vivid third page in the Daily Cal. Capitalizing on the Stanford-Cal football event, the staff came forth with their pride and joy of the year, the Big Game edition with the names and numbers of all the players. Athletic interest spread from mere reporting to active combat with the editorial staff in their traditional scrimmage living the story, they call it. Back row: Joseph, Hardwick, Lee, Nelson, Glick Second row: Way, Galvin, Rivard, Wilbur Front row: Christopulos, Merrell, Chapman, Zelinsky, Reznek A R T S T A F F Left to right: Coley, Colescott, Mehrtens, Matteson 200 STUART SMITH FRED REA WREDE PETERSMEYER Fall Manager Spring Manager Fall Assistant Manager MANAGERIAL STAFF From the freshmen in the distribution booths to the seniors behind their polished desks, the managerial staff of the Daily Californian was confronted by many problems problems of financing, budgeting, circulation, printing, and selling. Operating on a commission basis, the staff sold advertising space to both local and national concerns. Extra effort was expended by the staff in the promotion and merchandising of their accounts. Numerous surveys, showing the students ' buying habits and purchasing power, were compiled to further show advertisers the value of the University market. With the incentive of the fashion edi- tions, the Big Game edition, and the Charter Day edition, the whole staff was kept pounding the pavements for " more sales. " Back row: Edelstein, Rider, Johnson Front row: Scharpff, MacMillan, Levy :74rritTtii imgam Back row: Gaston, Bromberg, Tilles, Castle, Allen Front row: Monteith, Lind, Ferguson, Cenedella 201 EDWIN STOFLE ROBERTA MACDONALD Fall Editor Spring Editor CALIFORNIA PELICAN Eight times during the college year, the California Pelican erased the harried expressions of a bewildered student body by injecting humor into the news. The staff added a brilliant dose of satire and irony to conscription, the presidential election, and the European War and gave the campus their version of " The San Francisco Comical. " Spring issues, edited by Roberta MacDonald, carried on with the high standard of humor exhibited in the fall under Ed Stofle. Collaborating with the women ' s staff gave added zest to the routine tasks of the men ' s managerial department. Together they made first day sell-outs the usual thing. Staff diplomats exercised their ability to turn hearts from stone as they solicited financial support for the magazine in the form of advertisements. Managers also arranged scenery, music, and microphones for the fashion shows and kept financial affairs in order. Pelican salesgirls design posters destined to send the campus to the Vanity Fair Fashion Show ROBERT GUGGENHEIM GEORGE McNEIL Fall Manager Spring Manager EDITORIAL Left to Right: Stofle, Corlett, Macdonald, Matteson, Heilbron, Matson MANAGERIAL Back Raw: Shane, Devereux, Williams, Schwartz, Cowans, Imrie, Ruiz Front Raw: Anderson, Frank, Guggenheim, McNeil, Johnson, Polonsky, Neum ann LORRAINE LUNT JEAN ZELLER Fall Women ' s Director Spring Women ' s Director PELICAN WOMEN Attracted by the opportunity to learn modeling and to study college fashions, more freshman women turned out for the Pelican staff than for any other activity. As the connecting link between the office and the public, the girls actually set Pelly on the wing each month. They exercised their creative genius by keeping the publica- tion before the eyes of its campus readers through clever posters, and were exacting bookkeepers and filers in their office work. " Vanity Fair " put a new note into the fashion shows as the neglected male came into his own. Handsome masculine models, parading with charming feminine mannikins, dis- played the latest in collegiate styles. Dress-alike themes were approved by the student audiences which crowded Faculty Glade in fair weather and Wheeler Auditorium when it was cold. The final fall show featured the selection of Queen Jean Parle, " Miss Pelly, ' 44, " chosen from a host of lovely possibilities. Back raw: Riedy, Robertson, M., Rankin, Greer, Staffers, Mowry, Marshall, J., Joslyn, Van Heusen, Yost, Haymes, West, V., Nicholson, McInnis, Langley Sixth row: Fullington, Tillotson, Andrews, Fishel, McNutt, Burnell, Neufeld, Hughes, Hayes, McClure, Storey, Campbell Fifth row: Barthol, Pollock, Ames, Ryberg, Starbird, Behrens, McGee, Woropaieff, Voigts, Rose, Martignoni, Druskin, Zirker Fourth row: Rasmussen, White, Hayden, Betaque, Eakin, E., l(remser, E. L., Rapp, Marshall, G., Miller, B., Crow, Aahling, Russell, Kremser, E.P. Third row: Nazro, Miller, M., Douglas, Vigars, Gordon, Fowler, DeWitz, Nelson, Yager, Mackie, Caldwell, Fenwick, Paul, Chapman, Eakin, D. Second row: Livingston, Paulson, Parle, Anderson, DeChene, Block, Straefer, Seale, Wilson, Malone, Tollini, Neighbor, Robertson, J., Griffith, MacFarland First row: McSorley, Herbert, Dowler, Hansen, Armitage, Howard, Zeller, Lunt, Burns, Hill, Hawkins, West, B., Wilding, Jefferds MARY ANNE DELMORE EARL SERDAHL CHARLES MOORE ELIZABETH HOBART Fall Women ' s Director Editor Manager Spring Women ' s Director CALIFORNIA ENGINEER The conservative engineer left the north side on a monthly visit to haunt the campus. His hair flying and his bell ringing, he announced another edition of the California Engineer. Modernized and streamlined, the magazine placed an emphasis on more color and less technicalities. The world of the slide rule and the tripod was opened, labeled, and presented to the layman. The staff followed the construction of the new Admin- istration Building from a " big hole " to an impressive edifice. The building of another campus structure, the Memorial Stadium, was reviewed, relieving students by announcing that the thunderous cheers on fall Saturday afternoons do not cause movement along the Hayward fault on which the monument is situated. Highlight of the year was the employment issue with contributions by executives of the technical world to advise students on problems which they may encounter in their respective fields. Back row: Cooperrider, Gilmore, Moore, Serdahl, Espeseth Fourth row: Dowe, Steele, Flynn, Rorahaugh, Staring, Anderson, Love Third row: Garretson, Ruvkun, West, Stewart, Felsenthal, Conner, Linton Second row: Hobart, Kreter, Williams, S. P., Frederiksen, Little, Foster Front row: Delmore, Botto, Williams, B., Warner, Barlow, Cummings, Williams, S. C. 205 CHARLOTTE MORRIS EDWARD ANDERSON Fall Manager Spring Manager AD SERVICE BUREAU Those eye-catching ads in the A.S.U.C. publications which attract students to local stores are products of the clever minds of Ad Service workers. Fillers and ads must be set up every day to meet deadlines for the Daily Cal. Catchy ad copy is also written, but more leisurely, for the Pelican, Grizzly, and the California Engineer. Good deeds are not limited to composing advertising copy, however, for in " spare moments " they go about campus inquiring as to campus opinion on the length of women ' s skirts and column popularity in the Daily Californian. When the door of 108 Eshleman is closed, Bureau mem- bers carry their work to Greek letter houses for Copy School dinners. Local artists and advertising men take the role of professors and teach the " ropes " of the business to young hopefuls. But ad thoughts are replaced by cokes and steaks at the Bureau ' s picnics and barbecues, with dignity resumed for the annual formal in San Francisco. Back row: Third row: Second row: Front row: Randall, Porter, Wahl, Kallosser, Gordon, Glover, Poage, Hess, Gage, Addlestone, Colton, Gearhart, Escherich, Morris, Anderson Miner, Kispert, McBraycr Beloff, Brodsky, Saben Hymns, Cameron, Cunningham 206 MILTON LOTT RAY WIEDMAN RICHARD MOORE ERNEST ROOK Editor, Grizzly Manager, Grizzly Editor, California Folio Manager, California Folio GRIZZLY Grizzly, California ' s contribution to intellectuals, made its final bow to the campus last fall. Despite the quality of the magazine, slim sales returns were to blame for the change. All articles, short stories, and poetry, with their appeal to literary minded students, were submitted by campus talent. A new trend this year was the emphasis placed on art work, while the return to more conventional forms of poetry and the use of satirical humor was added to the make-up of the publication. FOLIO Closer connection between university students and the fine arts was fostered this spring with the appearance of a new campus publication, the California Folio. Its esthetic mate- rial ranged from art and music appreciation to data on all cultural events scheduled for presentation in the bay area. The initial issue presented block prints of campus scenes in detachable form suitable for framing. They were chosen in one of a series of campus contests held to stimulate interest in the embryo publication. Back row: Matteson, Griswold, Chabrier, Stearns, Lott Second row: Hughson, Wisluba, Girard, Wiednian Front row: son Bloeker, Storey, Gordon, Hodgkinson, MacFadyen 207 FRED C. FISCHER HUGH KOFORD PAT MacCAUGHEY FRED HARRIS ROBERT F. LAWS Fall Graduate Manager Manager Women ' s Manager Director Spring Graduate Manager DRAMATICS COUNCIL With the aim of complete cooperation between all produc• skaya studio in Hollywood, supervised the activities of the tion units, the Dramatics Council served as the executive Council with the aid of Little Theatre Manager Hugh authority for Little Theatre. This body, composed of all Koford. staff-heads and presidents of dramatic societies, determined The group met every two weeks to discuss questions of problems of finance and production policies. scenery, ma ke-up, presentation dates, costumes, and rehearsal Fred Orin Harris, former director for the Marie Ouspen- schedules. ALLAN ARGUBRIGHT BERRY H ILL BRADY DAVIS HOWSEMAN SIMONSON STEINSAPIR 210 WOMEN ' S MANAGERIAL STAFF Back row: Thompson, Haven, Alexander, DeWitz, Fowler, Burke. Fortier, Hellwig, Birge, Merner Fourth row: McConeghy, Rice, George, Page, Janney, Stout. Link, Stokdyk, Windesheim, Dawson Third row: Moore, Simmons, Shaffer, Ristenpart, Grube, Fox, Schneider Second row: Miller, Botto, Clark, Anderson, Hones, Smith, Alston Front row: Cohn, Moriarty, Chapot, MacCaughey, Stolz, Mahan, McKevitt Back row: Smith, Caring, Lloyd, Hare, Shannon, James, Powell, King First row: Reese, Huguenin, Morgan, Allan, Watkins, Welch, Hartman MAKE UP STAFF ART STAFF Back row: Sparks, Howseman Second row, Slater, Spiess, Front row: Keating, Hess, McCulloch. Goelzer COSTUME STAFF PRODUCTION STAFF Back row: Spier, Bither, Johnson, Lenfestey, Condliffe, Meaker Front row : H endricson, Cohn, Steinsap ir, Schwartz, Brenneis Back row: Morholt, Frolli, Link, Nye, Miller, Root, Printz Front row: Argubright, Standle9 ' , Pirkle. Funk, La Rue MARGIN FOR ERROR, THREE MEN ON A HORSE Mirroring the tempo of the times, Little Theatre opened the dramatic year with Clare Booth ' s comedy, " Margin for Error. " Satirizing Hitlerism in America and scourging racial discrimination, the play held a thoughtful note in ,for its pertinency to world affairs. Robert Hudson, as officer Moe Finkelstein, carried the basic comedy, taking advantage of a role that offered many possibilities. Seth Ul an, portraying a Hitler disciple with imagination and su e use cif satire, gave an excellent characterization. The pl ' s weakness lay in the miscasting of the supporting roles and in the limited appeal of the subject. Announcer Voice of Hitler Otto B. Horst SETH POWERS ULMAN Baron Max von Alvenstor CHARLES DAVIS Officer Moe Finkelstein BOB HUDSON Frieda MARGARET GOLDSWORTHY Dr. Jennings EDWARD R. VALENTINE Sophie Baumer JEANNE TAYLOR Karl Baumer JOE LANDISMAN Thomas S. Denny JAMES S. EDDY Captain Mulrooney BILL BITHER " Three Men on a Horse, " Little Theatre ' s i rson of the New York hit, rose above an inadequate vehiclOo present a comic predicament and a cast of amusing characters. The plot traced the mishaps of Erwin Trowbridge, portrayed by Bill Bither, who " worked out a system on the ponies for fun. " Falling into the han of professional gamblers, Erwin ' s fun ceased and his sorrows ' commenced. These adventures were highlighted by Erwin ' s visit to a bar, and a burlesque there performed by Virginia attis. Suffering from slow movement and heavy,di e, play failed to justify the talent and effort THE CAST Audrey Trowbridge EAN LINSENBARD The Tailor N CAFFREY Erwin Trowbridge ...BILL BITHER Clarence Dobbi JOHN BRENNEIS Bo ALAN LENFESTEY HUGH KOFORD harlie CHET PATTERSON Frankie ED STOFLE Patsy GRANT HOLCOMB Mabel VIRGINIA MATTIS Moses ROBERT HOWSEMAN Gloria MARGARET BURT Al JAMES CAMERON Hotel Maid THELMA SEARL Mr. Carver BRIAN BRADY Radio Announcer BILL ADAMS IN RADIO ROADCA T W ARNEREW ELL, w. sSAMSON KNOLL 212 BOB HUDSON SETH ULMAN BILL HITHER JOHN BRENNEIS " All those in favor of granting that the Doc and Mrs. Balmier did only one murder apiece . . . " " Of course I ' ve never seen a Follies girl close before . . . you look all right to me " FAMILY Little Theatre ' s most " Family Portrait, " main with subtle feeling and His family, and parts o credibility and without a Climaxing a four-year car role of Mary of Nazareth gave one performances of undergraduate dra intuitive, and sympathetic, Miss B complete in every detail. A m porting cast served as a back characterization. sous ' prp ction of theme ster, tl e ood of a libli. ale 1 ris s ife n. Eliza. t yhill in the e most expert istory. Mature, l ' s portrayal was n - adequate sup- for this excellent with THE BAR ramatic humor, " Beggar Horseback " exhibited Litt T eatre ' s abilit sati and fantas ,with ple g Its. Suffe rom the prof ting and ever stage grouping. with fancy in the dream of the young htur g upon marriage for financial reasons. In this role ' am Fisher carried the theme of the fantasy with ate conviction. His dance-crazy fiance, portrayed by argaift Burt, shared laugh-honors with Robert Huds and arvesther Wood. Assuming im- portance not indicate by the cast, members of the choruses and.Once groups were primary in maintaining Departing from the usual usµal re Ingle by exc en lig di ulty Reality composer of whimsy and artificiality. Mary ELI TH BERYIIILL the atmosp Joseph V OR STIER Naomi ST ANDKE Judah REIGHTON Mary Cleophas HAZEL LEASK Reba AIDA LINK Simon BILL ADAMS James DARREL ARGUBRIGHT Selima PHYLLIS OTTEN A Disciple CHARLES DAVIS Mary of Magdala VIRGINIA SMITH Daniel BILL BITHER THE CAST Dr. Albert Rice WARNER NEWELL Cynthia Mason MARGARET GOLDSWORTHY Neil McRae WILLIAM FISHER Mr. Cady ROBERT HUDSON Mrs. Cady MARYESTHER WOOD Gladys Cady MARGARET BURT Homer Cady BILL BITHER ELIZABETH BERRYH ILL JOE LANDISMAN BILL FISHER MARGARET BURT 214 " Suppose he has gone out to spread his kind of thinking. What harm can come of that? " " The trunover in the widget industry last year was greater than ever " HOTEL Pioneering in the fiel Universe " by Philip for two and a half hour sion. Despite fast moving tem o and convincing the play failed to hold interest over this period. " A love story without an ending, " the plot traced romance of Pat Farley, disillusi ed son of a rich tyro and Ann Field. The conclusio romantic situation was left to the discretion and a of the au dience. The abrupt transition required by the script pre- sented a major difficul , ' whic was partially overcome by simple and intelligent directio However, lack of experi- ence and immaturity hindered t i ast from complete under- standing of their roles. Beverly La Rue, sophomore star, displayed fine potentiali- ties as an actress in her first major role. Cast as her neurotic lover, Charles Davis carried the major theme of the play. Virginia Mattis, in the part Aaost complete characterization. THE CAST Pat Farley CHARLES D2IVIS Tom Ames WILLIAM ADAMS Hope Ames PETRA HOVDE Lily Malone VIRGINIA MATTIS Alice Kendall AMELIA STANDKE Ann Field BEVERLY LA RUE Norman Rose DARRELL ARGUBRIGHT Felix JIM CAMERON Stephen Field SETH ULMAN ETII g a year of varied productions, Lit heatre sented the classic of drama and literature, " Bob Nielso in liwtitle role, displayed a c ete standing o a difficult character. His portraya s rgrthroughout, -re ' 13 • liancy in the so oquies. interpretation to ing honors with th fine Shakesperean fee The play as a whol youth of the cast. Duncan, R STIER Malcolm, his sons ROBER7 BOSTICK Donalbain, his son -ROBERT ICREIGHTON Macbeth, general of th OUT NIELSON Banque, general of th ottish ar GRANT HOLCOMB Macduff, noble Scotland SETH ULMAN Lenno.x„ssehatan of Scotland DICK TRUMBLY Ross, nobleman of Scotland JOSEPH LANDISMAN A porter ROBERT HUDSON Murderers BILL LEE SHAKLEE Lady Macbeth VIRGINIA MATTIS Lady Macduff JEANNE TAYLOR BARBARA HAVILAND The weird sisters LAURA JO SHAFER JANICE MORGAN ninterrupted pro entertained a student a ackin e accustomed interm s Lady a ogically co s Bob Huds e Porter. ssarily hand ve a wo anlike r. Shar- revealed by the CHARLES DAVIS BEVERLY LARUE BOB NIELSON VIRGINIA MATTIS 216 " Sleep has freed her from time and space. One day sleep ' s sister will free her further. " " Lo you, here she ccmes! This is her very guise, and, upon my life, fast asleep! " MASK nd Dagger dramatic rning board of Little lays f each semester Serving as a testing-g Thalian, women ' s dra actively throughout t The facilities of e g the o as well u re Little Theatr stars, atic hcfno society, has toned From 1912 to the pr honor society, has serve Theatre. In choosing the and previewing and judg gained valuable experience Evidence of Mask and D is the long roster of alumni chosen career of acting. amat er ' s se who hay is members ceded in their group heonbtical experience. o ed students ce, and direct, gairu ctical • • • • • IT ' S BETTER THAN MA SEVENTH LESSON! CHILD MITTED WITHOUT PARE advertising, the Mask and a Witch Doctor, " left stu performances. The aisles of Wheeler Auditorium wer an Aquatorium for " Our Own ' Aqua " swam " in perfect rhythmical format " Meant to Be Mine. " Seltzer wa rograms, lines were thrown at an uproarious audience. Sadistic threats and Block R ' s on manly chests marked the original version of " Rebecca, " with Elizabeth Berryhill as the sinister Mrs. Danvers. The audience was carried back to nursery-rhyme days by the thrice-encored " Juvenile Jive. " Filled from curtain to curtain oh yes, there was a curtain with humor and satire, the Revue maintained a refreshing tone of " social insignificance. " Developing t r p vious policy, Thalian members con- centrated thr•the year on a more complete co- operation wit ittle Theatre. Co-sponsorship of " Uncle Tom ' s Cabin, lexchae play from U.C.L.A., and of " Beggar on rseback, " opened new fields of , in play prod on. Worksho days, presented twice monthly in Wheeler Auditorium, inaugurated a program of longer forum dis- cussions foll wing plays, enlarging the range of audience participation. from Thornton Wilder ' s " Our Town " and the fall production of Clifford Odet ' s " Till the Day I Die " marked the advance of undergraduate dramatics. Spring semester found typewriters clacking and authors writing and re-writing, as the Thalian One-Act Play Contest was announced. Leaving the final decision to a critical but sympathetic student audience, the two selected plays were presented at the April Nickelodeon. LA ZONGA ' S ARMS NOT AD- eralded by catchy evue, " I Married oring for repeat e ca ransformed into Aquadudes toe lyrical HUGH KOFORD WARNER NEWELL MARYESTHER WOOD matics. Californ e history HAZEL LEASK 218 " Won ' t you smile for the camera, Mr. H uc kl cherry ? " " You don ' t stop at anything, do you? " MUSIC COUNCIL Prospective musicians from all fields found guidance under Music Council. This year the Council was the meeting place for Treble Clef, Band, Glee Club, and Women ' s Orchestra. Representing each group, the Council strove to coordinate musical activities and to discuss their mutual problems. Cal Day at the Fair provided an opportunity for the com- bined groups to give one of their " special attractions, " show- ing others the talents of musically-minded Californians. CLARK DOWD GORDON I-IALCOMB McCOY HOLDEN SHIELDS Fair-goers enjoy the band music at Cal Day GUEST ARTISTS JOSEPH BENTONELLI MARIAN ANDERSON PAUL ROBESON ARTUR RUBENSTEIN 223 University Symphony players meet for rigorous and regular practise Maestro Elkus adds an artistic touch UNIVERSITY SYMPHONY Consisting entirely of student musicians, California ' s eighty-piece symphony filled the gap between Miller and Mendelssohn. Four concerts were given this year under the direction of U.C. ' s outstanding conductor, Albert I. Elkus. The first was given at Stern Grove in San Francisco with Marjorie Gear Petray, faculty member, as guest artist. A visiting professor of music from England, Arthur Bliss, stimulated the interest in English music at the concerts this year. At the symphony ' s second performance, Mrs. Petray featured the first movement from Arthur Bliss ' piano concerto. Led by Professor Lawton, the University Chorus lent its talents to the symphony at several concerts, both groups cooperating for a successful musical year. ALBERT I. ELKUS Director Glee Club and Treble Clef lend choral background to Winter Concert soloist 224 Back row: Fourth raw: Third row: Second row: Front row: Monson, Scolari, Black, McCoy, Flanders, Salyers, Appleby, Clark, Davis, Chilton, Cary, Douglass, Hartmann, Bonham, Bihn, Falt, Berg, Harris, Ordahl, Taylor, Kujachich, Biehl, Yelland, Vogel, Smith, Thayer, Haneberg, Lasell, Bailey, Eisenshiml, Heath, Ferree, Lowrey, Poore. Garretson, Paul, Palmer, Appenzeller, Lawrence Shields Nichols, Brosemer Griffin Considine, Hicok, Stone GLEE CLUB TREBLE CLEF With voices lifted in song, the Treble Clef and Glee Club added to the listening pleas- ure of fellow Californians. Renewing an old tradition, the Glee Club held weekly singings at Senior Men ' s Bench. Vocalizing at Charter Day exercises and Big Game class reunions filled their program in the fall. The Spring Concert, featuring the win- ners of a high school singing contest, and the annual operetta gave the singers a chance to exercise their talents. ALLAN SHIELDS Glee Club Manager HELEN DOWD Treble Clef Manager Back row: Seventh row: Sixth row: Fifth row: Fourth row: Third row: Second row: Front row: DeWitz, Saunders, Chryst, Brown, !cools, Patterson, Harden, Harden, C., LeFevre, Grothaus, Greenwood, Hughes, Badger, Gadsden, Yessayan, Ponsford, Bowman, Williams, Moon, Burns, Buckland, deHass, Clark, B., Henry, Oherg, Barnes, Hedges, Gifford, Keating, Coleman, James, B!osser, Porter, Paul, Tucker, Pittaway, Mullen, Sheehan, Clark, V., Kellogg, Powell, McKenn a, Leonard, Doyle, Howe, Hall, B., Kuhn, Harvey, Joy, Browne, Warner, Cairns, Gilmore, Anderson, Dowd, N., Kali, Flaker, Gianopulos, Ossenbruggen, Gould, Markowitz, Willoughby, Gilman, Morrison, Guerin, Doan, Knight, Clark, E., McNair, Neuhof, Fox, Martinelli, Ratchford Oatman, Peekema Smith, M., Casassa, Bucklin, Maslin, Gillette Sparrow, Clark, M., Hallert Login, Miller, Hamby Brown, V., Campbell, Evans Podmore, Etterheek, Mallcch Dowd, H. ROBERT GORDON Manager GEORGE LINDMAN Drum Major CHARLES CUSHING Director LAWRENCE DEACON Student Director One hundred and thirty strong, the California Band rep- resented the color and musical spirit of the University. Massed in perfect formation in Memorial Stadium on fall Saturday afternoons, they injected fighting spirit into the football team and ten thousand Bear rooters. Trips with the team for games away from home were part of the Band ' s extensive activities. Night rallies in the Greek Theater were made lively by their playing of California songs. Classes w ere led on to the stage to the accompaniment of their respective themes played by this musical group. Planning new stunts to present at the weekly football games was the worry of George Lindman, head drum major, and his three assistants. It meant many hours of work and practicing for the men to make the stunts a success. At the University Meeting the day before the Varsity- Bruin game, a tri-band concert was held by the massed bands of U.C.L.A., Davis, and California. Throughout the school year, the se student musicians were busy attending the numerous campus events which relied on their presence to maintain Cal spirit. The Band marches in formation against a background of ten thousand card-stunting rooters Make way for the musicians as the Band rounds into South Hall Road in the Homecoming Parade! Cal Band members entertain Chinese alumni at pre-Big Game festivities THE CALIFORNIA BAND 227 FRED C. FISCHER PHILLIS SILBERMAN SANFORD GOLDNER TED MALM ROBERT F. LAWS Fall Graduate Manager Fall Manager Coach Spring Manager Spring Graduate Manager EBATING II An extensive program of radio debates, round-table discus- sions and intercollegiate meets gave quick-thinking debaters the opportunity to keep the campus in touch with world events. A round-robin schedule with bay area colleges as well as with U.C.L.A. and U.S.C., included two non-decision debates with Stanford, held in the fall. Radio listeners were ac- quainted with the work of the debating societies by a series of weekly radio debates. Christmas vacation found four seniors—Roy Giordano, Leslie Fishman, Richard Moore and Raymond Maines making a barnstorming tour of the colleges of the south- western states. Debates were held with the Universities of New Mexico, Texas, Arizona, Baylor, Southern Methodist and Texas Christian. Highlight of Spring was the Joffre Medal Debate with Stanford. Three speakers from each school prepared the general question of French affairs and were notified of the definite topic two hours beforehand. Two novice debates, the Arnold Trophy in the fall and the Sproul Medal in the spring, served as a goal for all debaters other than the varsity team. Professor Kerner and debaters Fishman and Evans seem to he all in perfect accord FORENSICS COUNCIL COMPTON DeFREMERY FISH MAN GIORDANO GLICKFELD GUNTHER MOORE, JAMES MOORE, RICHARD MYERS STOUT ZIEGENFUSS Mahn, Silberman, Cyr Back row: Bruce, Kepple, Wansley, McCart Front row: Sloan, Mannagh, Knox 229 DEBATE TROPHIES Rivalry is keen among California debaters, spurred on by the presence of three famous trophies. These awards stand as goals toward which all strive. Originated eighteen years ago by American business men in China, the Arnold Trophy aimed to promote better under- standing between China and the United States. Representing a large silver replica of the Chinese Altar of Heaven, the trophy was named for Julean Arnold of the Class of 1902 and a member of this business group. Debaters argue on the subject of Chinese affairs, the winner being honored by having his name engraved on the base of the trophy. First called the University of California Medal but later changed in honor of the President of the University, the Sproul Medal is given to winning debaters on some aspect of student affairs. This individualistic gold award is given to encourage non-varsity debaters to engage in debating and also to further interest in campus issues. Dating back to 1896, and a rivalry between Harvard and the University, the Joffre Medal has an old and honored history. The award was formerly named in honor of President Carnot but after the World War was renamed for Marshal Joffre. First donated by Baron de Caubertin, the sponsorship passed in 1934 to the Alliance Francaise connected with the French Government. Now, California and Stanford debaters are rivals for this individual silver medal given to the winner of the debate on some subject of French affairs. Jean Gabbert, winner of the Arnold Trophy Debate, receives the trophy and congratulatiorrs from the donor himself, Julean Arnold 230 BENJAMIN CAMPBELL COOPER EVANS GERSHON GIORDANO GLICKFELD GRIFFIN GRIFFITH HANEY KRAMER LUDWIG MAINES MARENGO MOORE SCHELLING TRAGEN ZIEGENFUSS MORRIS GLICKFELD LESLIE FISHMAN LLEWELLYN EVANS 231 234 A hypocritical Bear welcom2s the Stanford Indian as Big Genie rooters give their half-time card stunts California ' s tumbling team looks on with mixed amusement and suspense while The Michigan backfield seems hapry at its arrival, but the front row waves a Coach Keeney does a somersault in ni id-air perfunctory greeting Publication ' s seniors and juniors attend the first Stanford basketball game in a farewell party to Fred Fischer EARL FORD HARRY DAVIS EDWARD SAUNDERS Fall President Athletic Manager Spring President ATHLETIC COUNCIL Improving the conditions with respect to athletic events in the University, the athletic council has effectively accom- plished its primary aim during the past year. The council is composed of student members representing the Big " C " Society, the Circle " C " Society, and the Varsity athletic mana gers. Among its duties is the final approval of all athletic events and granting of letters to eligible athletes. Increasing interest in intramural sports has formed another problem for the council. This is the job of successfully pro- viding adequate space and equipment to accommodate the thousands of students who participate yearly in the various sports. Acting as the controlling body for all athletic activities of the A.S.U.C., the council discusses and passes upon all ques- tions pertaining to major and minor sports before they are submitted to the Executive Committee for final approval. CLARENCE BARNES MARTIN BILES EARL MITTLER PAUL SEMMENS DENZIL WIDEL WINSTON WOODMAN 235 RALLY COMMITTEE Gathering together the best talent available in drama, music, and speaking to furnish the entertainment at student gatherings, the Rally Committee featured a year of high California spirit and enthusiasm. Under the chairmanship of Ed Brewer the committee also gathered wood for the bon- fires, prepared card stunts, and was in charge of student conduct at the rallies and games. With the full cooperation of the faculty and students, a successful change in the annual homecoming day, from the U.C.L.A. game to the Big Game with Stanford was realized last fall by the Rally Committee. EDWARD BREWER Chairman Back Row: Brummett, Brashear, Coffin, Hickman, Berwick, Phillips, Wells, Sheerer Third Row: May, Mahoney, Cone, Matthews, Clifford, Henninger Second Row: Stenherg, Payne, Sapiro, Brower, Stewart, Lockhart, Vail Front Row: Freytag, Putnam, Sakai, Roth, Brewer, Scarich, Anderson, Snyder, Seeburger 236 YELL LEADERS During the past year Cloyd Dawson and his two capable assistants, " Snuffy " Knapp and Johnny Alegria, adequately filled the requirements of a competent yell leading staff, which is an essential part of any successful athletic event. The yell leader is elected at a general A.S.U.C. election in the spring semester, and his assistants are chosen by competition at an early football game. The main responsibility of the yell leaders is to direct the performance of the stunts at rallies and football games. The ability to organize the spontaneous enthusiasm of the rooters, to foster good sportsmanship, and to capitalize on situations as they arise gives a good description of the work of California ' s yell leaders during the past year. CLOYD DAWSON Varsity Yell Leader rt Left to Right: Alegria, Dawson, Knapp 237 .01111011110ht 9 4 0 Although losing fourteen lettermen from the previous year, the Golden Bear Varsity returned to the football wars with high hopes of giving a good account of itself in the 1940 season. Less experienced and lighter in weight than most of its opponents, nevertheless the Bear squad succeeded in pulling several upsets over favored teams to take fourth place in the Pacific Coast Conference standings. While this performance as a team was not outstanding, several individual players distinguished themselves and Bob Reinhard, California ' s hard- hitting tackle, was selected for All-American honors. Whatever hopes California rooters may have had for sur- Coach LEONARD B. " STUB " ALLISON Top row: Third row: Second row: Buttons row: Olson, Gordon, Elmore, Hoberg, Huters, Gray, Stan Cox, Beck, ' Yatchmenoff, John Ferguson, Mathewson, Merlo, Ellis, Dunn, Herrero, Donohoe, Queen, Mason, McCarthy, Lieb, Zacharias, Hatcher, McQuary, Gaston, Warhurst, Thorhurn Ed Ferguson, Allen, Leidorf, Stu Cox , Leipzig, Uteritz Gough, Gerstner, Amling, Staffler, Wickhorst, Allison Reinhard, Leidholt, Jurkosich 240 VARSITY prising the sportswriters and pulling a championship team out of the hat seemed effectively blasted when the heavier and more experienced Michigan eleven handed the Bear team a 41 to 0 shellacking. Although recovery was slow, the California squad came back to administer defeats to St. Mary ' s, U.C.L.A., Southern California, and Oregon. By the end of the season, the Bears ' fighting spirit and vastly improved technical ability almost added the championship Stanford team to a rather meager list of victories. Looking forward to the return of a majority of the twenty-seven men who won their awards, Bear rooters consider 1940 simply a " warm-up " for 1941. Captain BILL ELMORE Head Coach " STUB " ALLISON, Line Coach IRV UTERITZ and Backfield Coach FRANK WICI HORST PACIFIC COAST CONFERENCE STANDINGS Won Lost Tied Percentage Stanford 7 0 0 1.000 Washington 6 1 0 .857 Oregon State 3 3 1 .500 California 3 4 0 .429 Southern California 2 3 2 .400 Oregon 2 4 1 .333 Washington State 1 4 2 .200 U.C.L.A 1 6 0 .143 241 AL OLSON Senior Manager SIDELINE REVIEW Following in the footsteps of such gridiron notables as " all-time All-American " Heffelfinger, Andy Smith, and a host of others, Leonard B. " Stub " Allison has made an enviable record for himself at California. For three of the six years that he has been coaching football at Berkeley, " Stub " has produced teams that have either won or tied for Pacific Coast Conference championships and can proudly boast of having a six year average of .675 of sixty-three games played. From under " Stub ' s " tutelage have emerged many of the finest gridiron stars in the country—All-Americans who have captured the nation ' s " sportlight " men like Lutz, Meek, Chapman, Herwig, Schwartz, Evans, Stockton, Bottari, and Reinhard. Binkley, Garner, Barstow, Lloyd, Baker Back row: Hogland, Farmer, Shattuck, Fox, Devol, Roth Front row: James, Belding, Durell, Banker, Neumann 242 President Sproul, Ken Priestley, and Dean Stone concentrate on the game A brief address by Coach Allison precedes introduction of the squad to Cal rooters Peggy Orchison and Betty Barton extend to Toni Harmon the key to our city, campus, and goal line 243 Capslittle Daly Queen finally succeeds in stopping Tool Harmon as EYasheyski conies up from behind BEARS 0 WOLVERINES 41 244 The 1940 curtain raiser found the Golden Bears acting as hosts to the highly heralded Wolverine eleven. Displaying more strength than the inexperienced California varsity was able to withstand, the Michigan tea m defeated the Bears 41 to 0. Tom Harmon, Michigan ' s All-American back, amazed the stands with a 94 yard return of the opening kick-off. For the rest of the half the Bears tried desperately to stem the vaunted Michigan power, only to have Harmon slip loose twice again in the half for long runs to scores. In the second half, the Eastern visitors succeeded in punching across three more scores in a series of short passes and line plays. The weary Bears, most of whom had played nearly the entire game, offered little opposition to the men from Ann Arbor. STATISTICS California Michigan 58 Total yardage gained from scrimmage 377 9 Forward passes attempted 13 2 Forward passes completed 7 24 Total yardage gained from forward passes 56 82 Total yards gained from passes and scrimmage 433 3 Total first downs 23 11 Number of punts 5 36 Average length of punts 25 10 Total yardage lost from penalties 40 2 Fumbles 3 Ray Milling Art Anderson BEARS 9 GAELS 6 Stan Cox Stu Cox Upsetting the so-called " smart money " by determined blocking and tackling, the Bears took a strong St. Mary ' s team into camp, 9 to 6. Although the score itself was small, the California varsity far outclassed the Gaels to win its eighteenth victory in twenty-six years of rivalry between the two schools. St. Mary ' s lone tally came late in the first quarter when a penalty had given the Mora- gans the ball on the Bears ' one yard line. From then on, however, it was California ' s game. Reinhard ' s " coffin corner " kicking kept the Gaels bottled up deep in their own territory, and Derian ' s brilliant runs behind a fast charging forward wall led to the California touchdown which Folmer converted. In the last few minutes of the game, the California line smothered a desperate Gael passing attack in the end zone for a safety and an additional two points. STATISTICS California St. Mary ' s 305 Total yardage gained from scrimmage 26 11 Forward passes attempted 18 1 Forward passes completed 6 8 Total yardage gained from forward passes 104 313 Total yardage gained from passes and scrimmage 130 11 Total first downs 9 8 Number of punts 11 39 Average length of punts 35 35 Total yardage lost from penalties 30 1 Fumbles 0 Efficient blocking helps Al Derian gain a wide path through the Gael line 245 Gene Pickett swerves to face the charging Cougars as he starts upheld BEARS 6 COUGARS 9 Although playing winning football for over two quarters of the game, the California varsity lost its first conference combat of the season to the famed passing attack of the Washington Cougars. Undiscouraged by an offside penalty which nullified their first touchdown, the Bears put on a second drive which the Cougars were this time powerless to halt. Starting from their own twenty yard line, the Bears moved to just within Cougar territory where Pickett, after completing passes to Mathewson and Hoberg, connected with Elmore in the W.S.C. end zone for California ' s six points. In the second half, the Cougars unleashed the full force of their aerial attack to pave the way for their touchdown, and late in the fourth quarter further passes set up a W.S.C. field goal to complete the Bears ' downfall. STATISTICS California Washington State 145 Total yardage gained from scrimmage 122 21 Forward passes attempted 17 , 8 Forward passes completed 12 82 Total yardage gained from forward passes 121 227 Total yards gained from passes and scrimmage 243 7 Total first downs 13 10 Number of punts 7 38.4 Average length of punts 44.5 15 Total yardage lost from penalties 20 2 Fumbles 3 Al Derian Charles Donohoe 246 BEARS 9 BRUINS 7 In the sixth of the annual " little civil wars, " the Golden Bears defeated their southern brothers, the U.C.L.A. Bruins, by a score of 9 to 7. Recovery in the first quarter of a California fumble within Bear territory set the scene for the lone Bruin touchdown. A pass from Cantor to Smith was complete in the end zone for the score. However California, after receiving the kick-off, moved sixty-nine yards in eight plays to push over its tally. Starting on the Bear thirty-one yard line, Derian passed to Elmore who was finally downed on the Bruin nineteen. Derian and McQuary made it a first down, and then Jurkovich twisted through four Bruins into the end zone. Although outplaying U.C.L.A., the Bears trailed by one point until the last three minutes of play. Zacharias, kicking a field goal thirty-five yards from scrimmage through the uprights, gained the winning three points. STATISTICS California U.C.L.A. 156 Total yardage gained from scrimmage 141 13 Forward passes attempted 14 4 Forward passes completed 4 98 Total yardage gained from forward passes 45 254 Total yards gained from passes and scrimmage 186 10 Total first downs 9 5 Number of punts 8 39 Average length of punts 35 10 Total yardage lost from penalties 30 5 Fumbles 2 Ray Dunn Bill Elmore Bruin Matthews is stopped cold by Bear tacklers while Elmore, Staffler and Reinhard look on 247 Elmore and tolcQuary Wad the way for hall-carrying HankZacharias in the liuskY game BEARS 6 HUSKIES 7 Although superior in all respects for almost four quarters of play, the Bears lost by a score of 7 to 6 to the Washington Huskies. Backed up by Reinhard ' s tremendous punts, California marched down to within the Huskies ' ten yard line three times in the first half on drives engineered by Zacharias, Jurkovich, and McQuary. Each time, however, the final push was stopped just short of Washington ' s end zone. It was not until the second half that the Bears finally scored when Pickett shook off four tacklers and ran fifty-seven yards down the sideline to a touchdown. With o nly a few minutes left in the game, Washington gained possession of the ball in California territory on a penalty. A surprise Statue of Liberty formation and four fast running plays through the tired Bear line resulted in the score which was successfully converted. STATISTICS California Washington 197 Total yardage gained from scrimmage 142 12 Forward passes attempted 10 4 Forward passes completed 2 38 Total yardage gained from forward passes 12 205 Total yards gained from passes and scrimmage 139 10 Total first downs 8 9 Number of punts 10 47.6 Average length of punts 39.6 36 Total yardage lost from penalties 40 1 Fumbles 1 Jchn Ferguson Richard Folmer 248 BEARS 13 BEAVERS 19 Vern Gaston Harlan Gough In one of the season ' s most wide open games, California went down to defeat, 19 to 13, at the hands of the Beavers of Oregon State. Recovery of California ' s fumble at the kick-off and a pass gave O.S.C. seven points before the game had hardly started. The Bears came right back to tie the score, after marching from their own thirty-three yard line, when Hatcher raced twenty yards around end for a touchdown. The second period saw the Beavers score again on another pass, and then came the most thrilling play of the game. Lewis, California end, scooped up an O.S.C. fumble on the fly and lateraled to Hoberg who dashed fifty-five yards across the Beavers ' goal. The score remained tied at 13 to 13 until the fourth quarter when Oregon State, on another pass, this time for thirty yards, scored again. STATISTICS California Oregon State 232 Total yardage gained from scrimmage 198 11 Forward passes attempted 10 4 Forward passes completed 5 32 Total yardage gained from forward passes 66 264 Total yards gained from passes and scrimmage 264 12 Total first downs 13 7 Number of punts 6 39.6 Average length of punts 41 20 Total yardage lost from penalties 15 3 Fumbles 2 Jurkovich meets a barrage of Beavers as he starts toward pay dirt 249 A Bear trio rushes up to stop this Trojan ball carrier from making further yardage Robertson of U.S.C. is surrounded by Cal gridders as he tries to find an opening downfield BEARS 20 TROJANS 7 Invading enemy territory, an underdog California eleven fought a surprised Trojan team off its feet to emerge with a 20 to 7 triumph. Highlight of the game was Jurkovich ' s interception of a Trojan pass on his own goal line and sensational hundred yard run to a score. California had scored first when Hatcher cut inside the U.S.C. right end and raced fifty-three yards to a touchdown, but the Trojans had come back on a long drive Ore Hatcher George Herrero Carl Hoberg Bob Hongola 250 A perfect block aids " Jolting Jim " Jurkovich in picking up yardage against U.S.C. McQuary lunges through a hole in the line as battered and weary Trojans are pushed aside to forge ahead. Jurkovich ' s run converted a second U.S.C. threat into a California touchdown and lead which the Bears never relinquished. In the second half the Bears completely dominated the play, the Trojans crossing the mid-field stripe but once. California ' s final score came in the third quarter when McQuary smashed three yards over guard to climax a fifty-five yard march. STATISTICS California U.S.C. 228 Total yardage gained from scrimmage 133 8 Forward passes attempted 17 4 Forward passes completed 6 24 Total yardage gained from forward passes 67 251 ...Total yards gained from passes and scrimmage 192 11 Total first downs 10 7 Number of punts 6 31.3 Average length of punts 36.7 30 Total yardage lost from penalties 35 1 Fumbles 1 Bill Haters Jim Jurkovich John Leidhelt John Leidorf 251 McQuary falls through a hole in the line while Bears and Welif eet pile up on Memorial Stadium turf BEARS 14 WEBFEET 6 With the Bear reserves playing most of the second half, the California varsity celebrated its homecoming by defeating the Webfeet 14 to 6. The Bears assumed control early in the game when Jurkovich, aided by spectacular downfield blocking, ran thirty yards around the Oregon right end into paydirt, with McQuary adding the extra point. However, the Northerners came back to score on a fifty-three yard " screen " play and the first quarter ended with the Bears possessing only a slim 7 to 6 lead. But before the end of the half, California tallied again on a pass from Hatcher to Jurkovich, the latter racing forty-one yards for the touchdown which Folmer converted. In the last two quarters, the Webfeet drove deep into California territory, but the Bears stopped short Oregon ' s desperate attempts to score. STATISTICS California Oregon 216 Total yardage gained from scrimmage 108 6 Forward passes attempted 10 1 Forward passes completed 5 43 Total yardage gained from forward passes 124 259 Total yards gained •from passes and scrimmage 232 11 Total first downs 7 11 Number of punts 8 37.8 Average length of punts 45.4 25 Total yardage lost from penalties 5 1 Fumbles 4 Stu Lewis Jack McQuary 252 BEARS 0 ENGINEERS 13 Unaccustomed to a muddy field which made ball handling difficult, the Bears dropped an intersectional game to Georgia Tech, 13 to 0 in Atlanta. Although the Varsity attack was constantly bogged down by the rain, California moved to the Georgia Tech twenty-four yard line in the second quarter on a pass from Hoberg to Lewis. A fumble, however, cost the Bears a chance for a touchdown, and the first half went scoreless. Early in the third period, another California fumble set Georgia Tech up on the Bear nineteen yard line from where, in a series of short passes and runs, the Engineers pushed over a score. Later in the same quarter the B ears fumbled again, giving Tech possession of the ball deep in California territory. A pass and a short line plunge resulted in the second touchdown. STATISTICS California Georgia Tech 160 Total yardage gained from scrimmage 89 13 Forward passes attempted 10 4 Forward passes completed 5 37 Total yards gained from forward passes 52 197 Total yards gained from passes and scrimmage 141 9 Total first downs 7 27 Total yards all kicks returned 112 43.6 Average length of punts 43 10 Total yardage lost from penalties 20 1 Opponents ' fumbles recovered 4 Tom Mason Morley Mathewson The Hatcher-Elmore combination runs smack hito some Georgia mud 253 Kmetovic races around right end while Albert sprints across to aid him Hatcher follows the willing blocking of Elmore not noticing the approaching Indian BEARS 7 INDIANS 13 Climaxing a week of Homecoming festivities, the forty-sixth annual Big Game saw California lose a tightly fought contest, 13 to 7, to the Rose Bowl bound Stanford Indians. Seriously hampered by illness and injuries, the Bears started slowly, and Stanford scored a touchdown early in the second quarter. California came back to march from its own twenty yard line into Stanford territory, only to have a bad pass from center halt the drive and set the Indians up for their second score. Joe Merlo Gene Pickett Dave Queen Bob Reinhard Ted Staffler 254 Irresistible Stand lee meets immovable Californians Touchdown, California! Indians hold a now -wo Larry Stump Armand Swisher Don Warhurst Jean Witter H enry Zacharias 255 However, a pass interception and fifty-nine yard run by Hoberg to the Stanford one yard line, as the third quarter ended, started the California attack moving. Four straight drives into the center of the Stanford line failed to gain the required yardage, but the Bears were not to be denied. A few minutes later from deep in their own territory, featured by brilliant gains off tackle by Hatcher, the Bears drove to the Indian ' s ten yard line. With but a few seconds to go, McQuary plunged the distance for a touchdown to culminate the seventy yard march. STATISTICS California Stanford 225 Total yardage gained from scrimmage 199 5 Forward passes attempted 10 1 Forward passes completed 3 0 Total yards gained from forward passes 34 225....Total yards gained from passes and scrimmage 233 11 Total first downs 12 7 Number of punts 7 37.6 Average length of punts 35 20 Total yardage lost from penalties 20 3 Fumbles 2 RAMBLERS Although acting as scrimmage opponents for the Varsity left little time to practice their own plays, the California Ramblers had a highly successful season. Engaging in one more game than in the previous year, the Junior Varsity won four out of its scheduled six games and scored seventy-eight points against their opponents ' twenty-six. After defeating the California Aggies, the Ramblers lost to College of Pacific in a game that saw the Bear squad, in spite of bad breaks, almost upset the powerful Tiger eleven. Traveling south, the jayvees lost by one point to the Gaucho ' s stubborn second half defense, but regained their form in the next game to run rampant through the men from the Sunny- vale air base. The Bears ' long drive in the second quarter and a blocked kick in the third resulted in the defeat of the Humboldt Staters, while a fifty yard pass and a powerful goal line defense ended the Ramblers ' season with a victory over Sacramento Athletic Club. Last row: Smith (coach), Shelton, Shield, Shively, Howard; Nordstrom, Plasch, Gordon (coach) Fourth row: Shively, Herbert; McIntyre, Messner, Gordon, Thomas, Perrott, Hayden Third row: Kralowec, Greenberg, Saylor, Catterton, Swigart, Ogle, Hickey, LaBarge Second row: Allan, Leidorf, Watter, Taylor, Gentner, Gray, J., Zehrtmg, Karinen, Minitsky First row: Fishman, Gray, W., Chapman, Bertagnolli, Lasater, Nicholau, Applebaum RECORD RAMBLER FOOTBALL Opponents Cal Aggies 7 College of Pacific 6 Santa Barbara State 7 Humboldt State Teachers 0 Sacramento Athletic Club 0 Moffett Field 6 26 Coach WALTER GORDON Ramblers 15 0 6 12 6 39 78 FRESHMEN Hampered by injuries and one of the smallest turnouts in California history, the Bear freshman team split its season with three victories and three losses. Opening against San Francisco J.C., the Cubs were held scoreless by the heavier and more experienced Rams, who succeeded in pushing across a score. A week later, however, the frosh took the Long Beach J.C. team into camp in a game featured by a brilliant California passing attack. Playing in a record Los Angeles heat wave and against a team hotter than the weather, the Cubs dropped a game to the U.S.C. Trobabes, but came back to defeat the U.C.L.A. frosh and coast to an easy victory over Pomona J.C. In the final game, the Cubs went up against the highly favored Stanford Papooses. Scoring first on a sensational ninety-three yard run, the Cubs outplayed Stanford the entire game, only to lose in the last period to superior reserve strength. Last row: Third row: Second row: Front row: Daly, Furth, Wright, Harris, Freeman, Semmens, Herwig, Rhodes, Emparan, Neher, Reinhard, DeCoudres, Robinson, Groefsema, Messina, Wheeler, Paxton, Dayton, Krueger, Gaebler, Hunt Lazzeretti, Sheppard, Trafton, Smith, L., Hoffman, Lutz, Evans Christensen, Herrero, Ebright, Ag ler, Graves, Hansen, Weeks Rowe, Breeden, Seaver, Kincaid, Smith, M., Morgan, Canine FRESHMAN FOOTBALL RECORD Frosh Opponents 0 San Francisco J. C 6 20 Long Beach J. C 15 0 Southern California Frosh 19 12 U.C.L.A. Frosh 6 7 Pomona J. C 0 6 Stanford Frosh 7 45 53 Coach CLINT EVANS Coach CLARENCE " NIBS " PRICE Captain JOHN McGEE . VARSITY BASKETBALL PACIFIC COAST CONFERENCE STANDINGS Team Won Lost Pct. Pts. P.A. Stanford 10 2 .833 536 471 California 6 6 .500 467 457 U.S.0 6 6 .500 517 489 U.C.L.A 2 10 .167 454 566 Back row: Second row: Front row: Conrad, Vieille, Garetson, W., Durkee, Bailey, Lafaille, Hodes, Tamm, Garetson, G., Bell, Price, Diamond, Melhy, McGee, Therm, Davis, 260 Biles, Kennedy Alameida Saunders SIDELINE REVIEW Teaching the California quintets a new system of basket- ball strategy during his first years, Coach Price succeeded in winning the Pacific Coast Championship for three con- secutive years. Thus basketball was firmly established as a major sport, second only to football in the eyes of the Golden Bear followers. No less impressive has been his complete sixteen year coaching record which includes five conference cham- pionships, two southern division titles, and one tie for the division title. Only three times have the Bears placed lower than second in this long span of time, a record to delight the hearts of all California rooters and alumni. Strangely enough " Nibs " Price did not begin his career as a basketball coach. After a period of coaching football at a California high school, he returned to the University to assist the late, great " Andy " Smith whom he succeeded as head football coach upon the latter ' s tragic death. Clarence Price is a modest person, but he has received the recognition of basketball minded people and has succeeded in establishing a record that is to be envied by every beginning and many experienced coaches. Back row: Swa rtz, Evans, Randall Front row: Madeira, Stock, Moffett Left to right: Rice. Dunstan, Mackey, Buckles, Martin 261 E SCORES M U.C. 43 U.0 U.C.t..A . 33 . 35 U.C.L•A. Cal mall tussles 101 a Bally% tor possession of the ball BOB is.I.A141E1D 262 BRUINS A thrilling and hard-fought battle marked the Bruin- Bear encounters this season. In the first two-game series, which was played on the Bruin ' s home court, the Bear varsity rang up a 43-32 victory. Then U.C.L.A., evi- dently following the maxim that " turn-about is fair play, " proceeded to gain a commanding half-time lead in the second game, and to administer a 35-33 whipping to the Bears. Captain John McGee and Lafaille shared high point honors with twenty-two points each. Carrying with them a desire to avenge the defeat re- cor ded by our varsity, the Bruins journeyed to Berkeley for the second two-game set of the series. They were met by a California team whose shooting accuracy ac- counted for a score that surpassed all conference records for the season. The result was another defeat for U.C.L.A. with the scoreboard reading 54-32 at the final gun. The following night, the Bruins again sank into ignominious defeat but not without a battle. Because of the accuracy from the free throw line, the Bears credited themselves with a total of 18 points as a result of the 23 fouls called on the Westwood ball players. During the whole of the game, however, only six field goals were accounted for against the Bruins; never- theless, the Bears came up from behind to eke out a 30-28 victory. High point man for the two games was Roy Tamm with a total of twenty-one points. High in the air go U.C.L.A. men to capture the hall off the board McGee helps Toni Bell make two points E SCORES U.S.C. 34 U.C. 35 U.S.C. U.S.C. 36 U.S.C. 51 McGee gleaks through Irojavls to sillk a bucket 1C0 11A HODES 811.1. GRRE:CSON NNI sll.AND C014111 13 264 TROJANS Winning decisive victories in the first two games of the series with the Trojans from Southern California, the Bears indicated that they were possible threats for the Pacific Coast Conference title, but in the last two games of the set all such hopes were shattered as U.S.C. came back to win by 51-36 and 57-47 scores. Playing host for the first half of the s eries, California won two " nip and tuck " battles by scores of 40-34 and 35-26. In the first encounter the game ended with the score standing at 33 points for both teams; however, in a five minute overtime period the Bears cinched the game when Roy Tamm, high point man for the two games, managed to hit the basket for the necessary points. The second night the Trojans began to tire readily after the first period, at which point they held a commanding lead over the Bears, but California didn ' t have much difficulty in coming from behind to win the contest. When Cal went to Los Angeles later in the season, Troy retaliated for the treatment received in Berkeley by giving the Bears a decided whipping. The two losses were due partly to the Southerners ' new bounce pass play, which kept them in the lead for the greater part of both games. The unusual lighting system gave California con- siderable difficulty in finding the range for shots, and not until after the first half did the Bears begin to threaten U.S.C., but the hope was short-lived as the Trojans won the third and fourth games of the series handily. Hodes gets away a one-hand shot over Barren ' s guarding Roy Tamm attempts to dribble by Trojan defense Roy lalam otatlomps Cowden and al Stanford S U.C. 31 S. 35 441 S. 49 11.C. 40 S. 9 U 49 .0 36 S. DalidS011 breaks through Cal delouse aided ' ay Willtams ' block ROY 101111 NOM ItE.1.53s 1001 IttGE.E. MERE 266 With an exciting, defensive game in which gay Lafaille sank sixteen points, Calif met a highly favored Indian varsity. In this gas ' the Stanford the Bears were unable to stop the accurate tharlontailship of Don Burnes,smooth Indian center, and consequently, California played its heart mu during the second Stanford came out on top 35-31. game in a vain atternyt to overcome a ten point half- time lead. The Bears fought valiantly for possession of the ball, and Cal men raced the length of the court at brealolecic speed attempting to combat the giant Rted- sl(ins but to no avail. A deceptive ball-ha sysrn comp r letely befuddled the Bears with the result that StanforcVs league-leading ang up a 49-42 victory. In the third game, Stanford, already the conference winner, was met by a Bear team that fought viciously to maintain second place M the league. The lead changed back and forth between the tearas, and at half-time the Bears led 23-1S. Largely thVOilgh the offensive OYU- of -ram and Alanielda, and the great defense of 3101 Bailey, the Bears were able to upset the Card Gagers and Stanford wound up the southern division conference win the game 40-29. schedule with a brilliant 49-36 victory over the 13ears. The Indians, catching California napping, a defense that held the Bears to five field M the first half. California ' s retiring captain, ' Jolla led his team ' s attack. with. fifteen points. Captain toy Sim Bailey ea a oleal•Blveataki play McGee attempts a shot ow close Stanford duardnto NON-CONFERENCE SEASON With Coach Price experimenting freely in order to get a combination of five men who would " click, " California began a pre-season schedule by meeting two of the top teams of the East. The first of these was Indiana, which defeated the Bears after a tight, exciting game by the score of 42-39. Next in line was Nebraska who was beaten by the California quintet 30-24 in a low-scoring contest. Making it tw o in a row " Cal " defeated Utah State 73-47 and was in turn vanquished by Utah 38-29. Bradley Tech, St. Mary ' s, and U.S.F. were beaten by scores of 44-27, 37-28, and 36-32 respectively; while San Diego State took a one point victory winning 29-28 in a game as close as the score indicates. In the last tune-up game before the season com- menced, Santa Clara won 42-32. Becoming a more potent machine as the season progressed, California beat U.S.F. for the second time 47-34 and soon after came back to defeat Santa Clara 47-42 to even the score as far as the " Dons " were concerned. St. Mary ' s was then trounced 49-39 which made it two in a row over the " Saints. " Coach Price saved his first string the next week and al- lowed his second and third stringers to take the measure of the Cal Aggies 41-30. The non-conference season was brought to a finish with a loss to the Athens Club 53-33, and a heart-breaking one- point defeat to the Olympic Club, which has the services of the indomitable " Hank " Luisetti. World champion Hank Luisetti outleaps and outspeeds the Bears as the Olympic Club scores a one point victory over California Thurm on a pass from Vieille dribbles in to score in the Aggie game Laf ai I le looks on as McGee goes up high for a tip- in shot against St. Mary ' s 268 FROSH SEASON Beginning the season with a group of inexperienced players and lacking the individu al stars as in previous years, the Bear Cubs, nevertheless, succeeded in turning in an impres- sive season for the third year of tutelage under Coach Bob Herwig. Showing their strength in the first game of the Stanford series when the Frosh lost to the Papooses by three points in an overtime period, the Bears came back to win the second game 39-31. However, the next night the Papooses de- manded an accounting from the Bears and succeeded in winning by a 40-25 score. By the 14 wins and 9 loses during the season, the Frosh showed greater improvement during the year than any other Herwig coached team. Outstanding during the season and the sparkplug of the Frosh attack was the playing of Captain Bob Dable. Back row: Henderson, Hamilton, Brodner, Talbot, Stanton Second row: McConnell, Troedson, Wosser, Welch, Hook, Saffores Front row: Herwig, Johnson, Wolfe, Rocker, Carlson, ()able, Ogilvie SEASON RECORD Frosh Opponent 29 St. Mary ' s Frosh 58 33 St. Mary ' s Frosh 32 35 Mission High 29 30 George Washington High 26 22 Piedmont High 21 52 Cal Aggie Frosh 22 59 S.F. J.C. Reserves 33 35 Santa Rosa Furniture Co 39 51 Modesto J.C. Reserves 46 38 U.S.F. Frosh 43 31 Modesto J.0 42 55 Berkeley High 33 22 Santa Clara Frosh 48 29 Lowell High 35 44 Richmond High 26 36 Cal Aggie Frosh 18 34 Stanford Frosh 37 40 Acalanes High 12 34 Moffett Field 36 41 Poly. High 31 49 Galileo 26 39 Stanford Frosh 31 20 Stanford Frosh 45 858 769 Coach ROBERT HERWIG 269 VARSITY CREW Coach CARROL M. " KY " EBR1GHT Back row: Hansen, Jacobus, Mulcahy, Schaeffer, Misch, Doyle, Lemmon, Lamon, Blevins, Third row: Madison, Thompson, Schoning, Kearns, Bieber, Friedrichsen, Olson, Flesher, Swift, Second row: Hennessy, Blair, Robinson, Casey, Reding, Moore, DuBois, F., DuBois, H., Dragolovich, First row: Scderstrand, Johnson, Ford, Jee, Levey, Woodbudy, Gassaway Schroepfer, Turner, Lamoreaux, Burley, Horan, Connolly, Nicol, Rawn, Arpin Kierulff, Bain, Holmes, Fulton, Mortensen, Davis, Ebright Switzer, Hayden, Gabard, Gardipee, Still Renaming the forty-fifth Poughkeepsie classic to the " Trag- edy of Poughkeepsie " came as a consequence of " Old Man River " turning one of the most thrilling and inspiring of sports into one of the most discouraging and weirdest of races ever to be held in the history of the regatta. After four of the six shells sank in the seething river within a half mile from the starting line, the Jayvee run which began promptly at four o ' clock was postponed. Continuing bad weather and rough water kept the Varsity race from starting until eight o ' clock that night with California finishing in fifth place. The Jayvee affair in which California finished third was held in complete darkness; the time for the race being three minutes slower than any previous mark. 272 SIDELINE REVIEW In 1924, when rowing was suffering from a general lack of interest on the campus and a movement was on foot to build it up, Carrot M. " Ky " Ebright, former Uni- versity of Washington coxswain, came to the University as head rowing coach. The first few years were all hard work which bore fruit in 1927 when California defeated Washington. The Bears repeated in 1928, starting a remarkable string of thirteen straight victories at all distances from 2,000 meters to four miles, which cul- minated in the defeat of Great Britain at Amsterdam for the championship of the world. In 1932, starting with an eighteen-length victory over Washington at Seattle, California went on to win at Poughkeepsie, nose out Pennsylvania A.C. by a few feet in the finals of the Olympic Trials, and to defeat Italy by the same narrow margin for the Olympic Championships at Long Beach. Breaking a six-year reign, and setting a new Pacific Coast record of 14:48:4 for three miles, the Varsity crew defeated Washington in 1939. They went on to cop their fifth win on the Hudson in eleven years of competition with a record-breaking four mile row of 18:12:6. A record such as this goes a long way in naming " Ky " Ebright as one of the greatest crew coaches of all time. WALTER COOLEY Senior Manager Sproul, Lams, Kihhey Mallory, Todd, Evans, Hurrah, Lockhart 273 Reserve Bear oarsmen easily defeat Beavers by three and one-half lengths OREGON STATE Over a 2000 meter course on the Oakland Estuary, the Bear reserve crew, stroked by Jack Reding, conclusively showed its superiority over the Oregon State Beavers by a three and one-half length victory. Smooth water, a favoring tide, and a tail wind materially aided the Cal shell in turning in a time of six minutes and eighteen seconds which was ex- cellent for so early in the season. After the first 100 yards, where the Oregon State crew held a slight lead, the race was never in doubt. From that point the Cal boat, under the urging of coxswain Bernard Anderson, gained foot by foot until they held a length and one-half lead at the half-way point and a commanding lead at the finish. Both crews opened with a 30 beat which they dropped to 29 mid-way in the race. Though not necessary for the victory, the Blue and Gold crew pushed its stroke up to 34 at the finish. This was the first intercollegiate regatta of the season for the Bears and was the sixth straight victory over the Beavers. The victory could also be considered as a birthday present for California Coach " Ky " Ebright who celebrated his forty-fifth anniversary. Since the Oregon State crewmen do not have a boat of their own, they were forced to borrow the " Franciscan " , the shell that carried the Bear crew to victory in the 1932 Olympic Games. H I L LA RD BAIN BILL BLEVINS WALT CASEY HARRY CONNOLLY FORREST DUBOIS 274 Coxswain Johnson calls fo ' ten big ones " to move up on Washington JAYVEE SEASON Replacing the varsity eight for the afternoon, the jayvee shell won its first race of the season over a strong Oregon State varsity. Climaxing a year of intense practice and training, the Bear second varsity prepared for its annual classic regatta against Washington. In an afternoon in which records were broken in all three races, the California jayvee boat trailed the Husky eight by one and a quarter lengths as the two shells flashed under the Fruitvale bridge. A strong estuary tide plus a slight rear wind and a calm, smooth surface on the river provided the necessary essentials for a perfect racing day. Aided by the ideal rowing weather, the Huskies toured the course in 14 minutes 46.4 seconds, cutting 2.1 seconds off the previous varsity mark and 4.7 seconds from the mark set by Washington in 1937. California, being the pre-race favorites, provided keen competition for two miles and then began to fade in the last mile. The Bears were timed in at 14.51 for the three-mile course. California ' s junior varsity, composed of stroke Schaeffer; Olson, No. 7; DuBois, No. 6; Fulton, No. 5; Friedrichsen, No. 4; Marshall, No. 3; Casey, No. 2; Turner, bow; and coxswain Johnson matched the Northerners stroke for stroke with a fast thirty-four for the first two-thirds of the race. HARRY DUBOIS JOHN FRIEDRICHSEN BILL FULTON ARTHUR GASSAWAY BOB JOHNSON 275 ,001. .41411101NSPINFINnirirccmc• 41411.1,1111, CALIFORNIA WASHINGTON An extraordinarily great crew from Washington defeated the Bear varsity shell, which was itself far above any previ- ous California eight. In winning, the Huskies set a new record of 14:28 minutes, taking more than 20 seconds from the previous record set by California in 1939. The remark- able speed displayed by the two boats is clearly attested to by the fact that the California shell in losing by three and three-quarters lengths was under the old record by more than nine seconds. Leading from the start of the race, the Huskies gradually increased their lead throughout the three-mile course. Both crews began at a 39 stroke per minute, but the northern crew seemed to be getting the run of the boat and edged TOM LAKE BILL LAMOREAUX LOUIS LEVEY BOB OLSON WILLIAM RAWN 276 " 7.1 bei-- ---40111 " .14.17,— " mmull11011611Ntifilir ' - ' 4141111111111111.11111111111K214 WASHINGTON REGATTA slowly ahead of their opponents. They had smoothness as well as power while the Bears had only power. At the half- way point there was open water between the boats and the outcome of the race could be foreseen as each California effort was being matched and outdone by the northern boat. The Huskies were stroked by Ted Garhart who is con- sidered one of Washington ' s greatest strokes. Garhart has never lost a race in three years of competition. California was stroked by its sensational sophomore, Jack Kearns, while Fomo and Gassaway were the coxswains for the Husky and Bear shells, respectively. Even in defeat the Bears earned the honor of being the fastest Blue and Gold crew to race over a three-mile course. JACK REDING FRANK RIEBER JOHN SCHROEPFER NORMAN SODERSTRAND LESLIE STILL 277 FRESHMAN CREW Coach RUSS NAGLER Back row: Vernay, Gordon, Arpin, Dragolovich, Olson, Valentine, Barry, Palmer, Penner, Wendell, Pabst Third row: Finster, Jones, Appleby, Miller, Myer, Woessner, Holly, Murray, Livermore, Bullring Second row: Stafford, Johnson, Bauer, Jensen, Peters, Newby, Hass, Hoffman, Greathouse, Nag ler Front row: Sinsheimer, Cocke, Burton, Rose After placing third in the University interclass competition, one of the heaviest frosh crews in years rowed to victory over Sacramento Junior College. The first frosh boat traveled two thousand meters in 5:19, while the second freshman shell, rowing in the one thousand meter race, also was victorious. Most important to the frosh crew is the annual meet with the University of Washington. The winners of this race become the Freshman Intercollegiate Rowing pions, and the California Cubs have been working toward this coveted title all season. In 1939, the Washington lings set a new record of 9:41. This year, the Bearcubs, yearning for revenge, knocked one second from the old record. In a close race which saw the freshmen nose out their rivals by three quarters of a length, a new time of 9 minutes 40:2 seconds was set. The frosh boat was stroked by Ray Johnson, and the coxswain was Bob Cocke. 278 The Conga provides variety at the crew dance Bear cubs defeat Husky yearlings in record-breaking time of 9:41 Oars in hand, Bear crew men march to practice under the command of Coach Ehright Coach CLINT EVANS Co-Captain STAN GRIFFITH Co-Captain MIKE I OLL VARSITY BASEBALL Back row: Fourth row: Third row: Second row: First row: Schultz, Gillette, Hans, Allamanno H ixson, McLaughlin, Thomas, Killebrew, Marquis, Church, Ellis, Schmidt, Sharp, McBroom, Wilde, Arnold, Hoberg, O ' Toole, Ongerth, I irtlan, Smith, Wright, Spomer, Andresen, Polka Thompson, Cates, Richter, Weir, R. Weir, D., Hollander, Massaro, Imucci Gaston, Albright, Meyer, Gaines, Ruonavaara, Norris, Thaman Valencia, Wilson, Fitzhenry, Pickett, Jacobson, Evans 1(oll, Griffith, David, Lewis, Amling LEAGUE STANDINGS Won Lost Pct. St. Mary ' s 11 4 .733 California 10 4 .714 U.S.C. 9 6 .600 Santa Clara 6 9 .400 5 9 .357 U.C.L.A. 3 12 .200 Season was not completed as the book went to press. 282 SIDELINE REVIEW With the completion of the school year and their regu- lar season, the Bear varsity will begin a trip through the midwestern states, their first tour since the Bears went East in 1938. The 1941 excursion parallels that trip as far as Ohio but turns back at that point. Among the teams to be met are the University of Minnesota, Notre Dame, Ohio State, and the University of Michi- gan. The Bear team intends to concentrate on the latter team as a revenge measure for the well-remem- bered football game early in the fall. This year the Bears undertook a new way to finance expenses not covered by guarantees from the teams they play by playing a benefit game with the Oakland Acorns of the Pacific Coast League. They thus avoided calling on the A.S.U.C., a thing which they have done only once in the past. The Bears owe a debt of gratitude to the Oaks to the players for giving up their regular night off and to Mr. Devincenzi, owner of the team, who donated the Oakland Ball Park and the complete proceeds from the game. Without their help the Bear squad would have been sorely pressed for the necessary funds. The Cal varsity took the game from the Oaks by the slim margin of 10-9. The winning pitcher was Fred Kirtlan who managed to hold the Oakland Ball Club scoreless for the last three innings. Though the game was loose and ragged defensively, both teams were potent at the plate. While the members of the Bear varsity get a reward for their hard work during the regular season, the real pur- pose of these trips is the creation of friendly rivalries with schools not ordinarily included on the schedule. BOB I M UCCI Senior Manager Left to right: Dow, Lamgson, Leaf, Strong Front row: Knight, Tonascia, Myers, Robbins 283 BEARS-BRONCOS alt Amling successfully samples the offering of the Bronco pitcher Jacobson stretches to heat the hall to first base Bronco man bites the dust but Norris completes the double play Finding Bronco pitching much to their liking the Bears amassed twenty-eight runs and thirty-seven hits to win three games and sweep the Santa Clara series. The Broncos used six different pitchers during the series in a vain effort to silence the Bear bats. In the opening game Co-Captain Mike Koll held Santa Clara to five hits, while California was pound- ing Lebeck for eleven hits and eight runs, but the Bears won easily 8 to 0. Koll, Norris, Albright, and Hoberg each gathered two safe hits to lead the as- sault on the Bronco pitcher. Koll again faced Lebeck in the second game and for the second time emerged victorious, this time by the score of 5 to 2. While allowing eleven hits, Koll kept them well scattered and received flawless support from the Bear infield, especially from sophomore Jack Albright, who turned in some sensational plays at shortstop. The third game, played at Santa Clara, developed into a slugfest with the Bears outhitting their oppon- ents 17 to 13 and finally winning 15 to 11. Three Bronco pitchers took the mound against the Bears while Kirtlan and Ruonavaara hurled for California. JACK ALBRIGHT RAY AMLING RAY ARNOLD 284 BEARS GAELS Cardoza tags the Bear player out as Honerg registers disapproval O ' Toole and a cloud of dust heat the play to third The umpire is undecided as Cardoza and Norris reach first simultaneously. After winning the first two games to take the St. Mary ' s series for the first time in three years, a con- fident California nine was upset in the final game by the Gaels and Mamie Joseph ' s violent rooting. The opening game with St. Mary ' s found Mike Koll in rare form allowing the Gaels but two hits, both by second-baseman Lee Mohr. In the meantime the Bears led by Koll and Jacobson were pounding Bailey and Tran for nine hits. A lone run in the third inning cost Koll a shutout, the final score being 8 to 1. Although they could garner but six hits off Mori, the St. Mary ' s pitcher, the Bears won the second game 6 to 2. A wild third inning in which four runs poured across home plate on four Gael errors broke up a tight pitching duel between Mori and Koll, who also allowed but six hits. In the final game of the series Kirtlan took the mound for the Bears and pitched winning ball, only to have the Gaels capitalize on California errors to score four unearned runs in the fourth inning and go on to win 6 to 4. Wes Bailey again hurled for St. Mary ' s. DICK DAVID STAN GRIFFITH DICK HEBER 285 BEARS BRUINS Although safe at first the Bruin seems to he looking around for his missing leg Hoberg beats out a close one at first Cal man is nearly caught napping at third but the cousin from Westwood drops the ball Victims of their eleven errors the Bruin cousins from U.C.L.A. dropped two out of their three games with the Bear varsity although they outhit the Californians in all three games. All three games were wide open defensively but aided the players ' batting averages greatly. The opening game found U.C.L.A. eking out a narrow 8 to 7 victory in a downpour of hits and rain. Pounding California hurlers Kirtlan and David for nine hits, the Bruins led all the way but were almost overcome by a four-run rally in the eighth and ninth innings. In the second game, leading 5 to 3, the Bears cinched a victory by another four-run spurt in the ninth inning; Carl Hoberg and Ray Amling hit consecutive home runs to drive in the scores. Ruonavaara and Koll gave up eleven hits but kept them well-scattered while the Bears bunched their nine. Taking a three-run lead in the second inning which they never relinquished, the Bears went on to win easily 11 to 3. With an eleven-run lead in the eighth inning Koll let up to allow the Bruins three runs and save them from a shutout. CARL HOBERG BOB JACOBSON FRED KIRTLAN 286 BEARS TROJANS The Bears had the misfortune of meeting the Trojans while the latter were in the midst of a winning streak and as a consequence dropped the first two games of the series. However, the Bears retaliated when the Trojans came north by ousting them from the league lead. The invincibility of Mike Koll was a shattered myth after the first game of the series. After holding the Trojans in check for two innings while his team mates were collecting two runs off Trojan pitching, Koll lapsed into one of his rare poor showings and was touched for seven runs in the third inning. In the second game the Bears were leading by three runs only to have the Trojans explode in the last two innings with a four-run barrage to take the game 8 to 7. Kirtlan was charged with the loss. In the final game Koll avenged his earlier loss at the hands of Vitalich by besting the Trojans in a pitchers ' duel 2 to 1. This victory raised Koll to the number one hurler of the league and dropped Vitalich to the number two spot. Co-captains Koll and Griffith proved the big bats of the game by driving in the tie- ing and winning runs. MIKE KOLL STU LEW IS JACK MARTIN Bowman tags out Koll as he tries to stretch a three bagger into a home-run A Trojan gets a I if e on first The throw to third is too late to catch Am I ing 287 BEARS In the two games of the Stanford series, Mike Koll again proved his mastery over Stanford ' s " Cootie " Thompson by taking the first two games. The third game, postponed on account of rain, had yet to be played at the time the book went to press. If the Bears win the third game they can do no worse than tie for the pennant with St. Mary ' s. With the first game going into the tenth inning, the score was 1 to 1 and both pitchers had excellent control, but Koll took matters into his own head by blocking a double play with his head to give Ongerth a life at first. Ongerth, the Bears ' fastest base runner, then stole second and came home on Griffith ' s hit. Ruonavaara took over the Norris out at the plate in an attempted double steal Umpire Christensen watches the pitch carefully as the Bears edge out Stanford 4-3 Albright is spiked at second base while trying to complete a double play KEN NORRIS ED ONGERTH CHARLES O ' TOOLE 288 INDIANS pitching duties to relieve the injured Koll although Mike received credit for the victory. The second game gave fair indication of turning into a pitchers ' due l until Amling ' s mighty home run into centerfield, driving in Hoberg, gave the Bears a total of three runs. Kirtlan lasted until the eighth inning, giving only four hits, but a home run, two walks, a single, and a poor play were pieced together for three runs to knot the score. Koll and Thompson took over the two teams in the eighth but because of bad support, Thompson again went down to defeat. Cal man safe at first on a wild throw H o h er g yanks off his mask to cover the throw to first after an Indian singles CLARENCE RUONAVAARA STAN SHARP GEORGE WILSON 289 NON-CON During the current season the California varsity played eighteen non-conference games, dropping only one to a makeshift " Oakland Rookies " team 10 to 9. The season opener found the varsity pitted against Webb ' s California Alumni with the varsity succeeding in downing the old-timers, several big-leaguers amongst them, 7 to 2. Koll and Kirtlan both took a hand in defeating Kenny Park 8 to 4. In the only non-conference loss of the season the Bears met a strong Oakland Rookies team composed mainly of big league and Oak regulars. The score stood 10 to 0 in the fifth inning, but the Bears showed the hustle which FERENCE characterized them all during the year by finishing strongly with a nine-run barrage to take the sting off the 10 to 9 defeat. A later game which was to give the Californians a chance to revenge themselves was called off on account of rain. Next on the schedule was the Athens Club tilt which once again resulted in a California victory, 3 to 2. Continuing their excellent performance and opening their college com- petition, the Bears defeated San Francisco State 5 to 2 and showed no mercy in smothering the Aggie cousins 16 to 9 and U.S.F. 16 to 6. California also trounced the airmen from Moffett Field, with several Bear alumni on it, 11 to 3. St. Mary ' s Mamie ridicules the efforts of the Bears in typical style Clint argues with the umpire but loses as usual A Bear is safe at the plate in an early season contest Lewis takes a healthy cut at the ball during the Angie game 290 FRESHMEN After getting off to a slow start, the California freshman baseball team developed rapidly until they met the Stanford frosh. In the first of the Indian series, pitcher Joe Katz held the Stanford yearlings through nine scoreless innings, but in the tenth frame the winning run was knocked in on a center field out. A murderous batting assault and weak Cub fielding combined to give the Stanford frosh a 13 to 4 second game win. The California yearlings can boast of several men who hit consistently over .400. Catcher Mario Rodriquez had a seventeen game batting average of .500, while lead-off man Bob Weeks and Captain Doug Donnan were both doing better than .400. Donnan, who divides his time between fielding and pitching, also won five out of eight games, a no- hitter amongst them. Back row: Kingman, Sproule, Hayden, Dobson, Goodfellow, Watson, Smith, Weeks, Yamor, Bennett, White Second row: Simon, Hinkley, Boles, Luque, Rodriquez, Jensen, Katz, Dorman, Roberts Front row: Cole, ' rather, Gates, Hang, Schmitz, Robbins, Payne, Dahle SEASON RECORD California Opponent 11 Polytechnic High 0 O Commerce High 3 5 Berkeley High 0 3 Galileo High 7 12 George Washington High 5 3 Albany High 5 3 San Francisco State 6 3 Mission High 7 10 Petaluma High 4 2 Alameda High 3 5 Sacramento J.C. 9 8 St. Mary ' s Frosh 5 13 John Swett High 8 3 Richmond High 4 17 Chico High 0 5 Pasadena J.C. 4 O San Mateo 4 12 Concordia High 0 O Stanford Frosh 1 4 Stanford Frosh 13 Coach HARRY KINGMAN 291 Coach BRUTUS HAMILTON Co-Captain CLARENCE BARNES Co-Captain FAY FROOM VARSITY TRACK Back row: Third row: Second row: Front row: Hogan, Dunn, Biles, B., Carleton, de Vries, Griffin, Lemoine, Booth, Tharp, Wolf, Mourner, Froom, Peter, Summers, Reese, Bogardus, Carlsen, Dewey, Bundschu, Barnes, Biles, M., Kearney, Burk, Clemens, Rhoades, Stevens, Twining, Kido, Ramsaur, Nichols, McI ntyre, Smith, Jurkovich, Williamson, Elfstrum, Karp, Copeland, Scott, Taylor Graham, Goodell, Stone, Louhe, Sauer Wesley Craig, Warren Craig, Richards, Van Court, Cunningham Perez, Reed, Williams, Johnson, Hunt EVENT RECORD 100-YARD DASH :9.5 220-YARD DASH :20.8 440-YARD DASH :46.5 880-YARD RUN 1:52.3 MILE RUN 4:11.5 MILE RELAY 3:12.9 HELD BY Anderson ' 37 Kiesel ' 34 Kiesel ' 34 Williams ' 37 Barnes ' 42 Peter ' 42 Team composed of Reese ' 41, Buszek ' 40 [Froom ' 41, Barnes ' 41 EVENT RECORD HELD BY TWO. MILE 9:23.4 Sadaj ' 40 120-YARD HIGH HURDLES_ 14.2 Moore ' 36 220-YARD LOW HURDLES 23.5 Anderson ' 38 HIGH JUMP 6 ' 6 " Canning ' 39 BROAD JUMP 25 ' 3 " Nutting ' 38 POLE VAULT 14 ' 41 2 " Smith ' 42 SHOT PUT 53 ' 31 2 " Michael ' 40 DISCUS 159 ' 11 4 " Wolf ' 41 JAVELIN 225 ' 51 2 " M. Biles ' 41 UNIVERSITY RECORDS 294 SIDELINE REVIEW Having coached such outstanding trackmen as Bob Kiesel, George Anderson, Bob Fowler, and Olympic champion Archie Williams, Brutus Kerr Hamilton looks with satisfaction on his years as varsity track mentor at California. Succeeding Walter Christie in 1932, Hamil- ton came to California from Kansas University, having coached such stars as Jim Bausch, Olympic decathlon champion, and Glenn Cunningham, world ' s record holder for the outdoor mile, and of having won three " Big Six " championships. He completely reorganized the Bear squad and thus began a series of famous Cali- fornia track teams. This year Hamilton can again point to a squad which has maintained the spirit and tradition of Blue and Gold teams. With the close of the current academic year, the Bear squad will compete in the famous West Coast Relays at Fresno, and then in the Los Angeles Relays a week later. The Pacific Coast conference meet on May 31 will be followed by the Compton Invitational on June 7. On the two following week-ends, the California squad will compete in the P.C.C.-Big Ten meet in Los Angeles and in the N.C.A.A. meet which this year is being held at Palo Alto. Early in July California will be vieing with the country ' s major squads in the National A.A.U. meet probably to be held in Des Moines. BRYANT BENNETT Senior Manager Left to right: Dunn, Foster, Rosenblum, H um phrys, Simpson Back row: Newman, Hunt, Recliner, Manlove, Emery Front row: Sapiro, Meek, Paxton, Thomas 295 With inches to spare, Guinn Smith wins the pole vault with a 14-foot leap CLARENCE BARNES RICHARD BENNETT BEARS 83----HUSKIES 48 Winning all but the low hurdles and sprints, the California track team returned from its trip to Seattle with an 83 to 48 win over the Washington Huskies. The meet, held indoors, was the scene of six new Pavilion records, five of which were made by the Bears. Dick Peter turned in one of the day ' s best performances when he sped around the track to finish the mile in 4:18, an hundred yards ahead of all other runners. Co-Captain Clarence Barnes knocked two seconds off the old 880 mark of 1:57.5, while sophomore star Grover Klemmer easily captured the 440 in :49.2, thus breaking another record. In the mile relay, Barnes, Reese, Klemmer, and Froom combined to cut 1.4 seconds from the old record of 3:24, while Guinn Smith vaulted fourteen feet to break the fifth mark of the day. BOB BILES MARTIN BILES Jurkovich takes third in the 75-yard dash behind Qvale and Smith of Washington 1 lemmer easily defeats Littler in the time of :47 flat WARREN CRAIG WESLEY CRAIG BEARS 89 CORNHUSKERS 42 In what had been expected to be a close meet, the Golden Bear track team overwhelmed, by a score of 89 to 42, a squad from the University of Nebraska. Although the meet opened with a surprise win by Ginn of Nebraska, who lowered the stadium mile record to 4:10.1, the issue from then on was hardly ever in doubt. Two new track and two University records were the meet highlights. Martin Biles first obliged by tossing the javelin 225 feet inches, which broke the old stadium and University records. California swept the 880 yard run, the Craig twins being preceded into the tape by Clarence Barnes, whose time of 1:52.4 broke the old record of 1:53.2. Cali- fornia ' s Grover Klemmer overtook stocky Eugene Littler in the backstretch, finishing the 440 in 47 seconds flat, while John Reese of the Bears knocked three-tenths of a second off the old 220 low hurdles University record, going over the sticks in :23.8. Jurkovich was high scorer for the Bears with a first in the 100 and a second in the discus. Wolf displays championship form to easily Win the discus RALPH DEWEY JAMES DUNN In what might be termed a battle for a mythical national championship, the Cali- fornia track squad lost to a powerful Southern California team, 57 to 74. The meet, postponed several times because of inclement weather, was run on a somewhat muddy track which slowed down any pos- sible championship times, although Cali- fornia ' s Klemmer succeeded in cutti ng three-tenths of a second off the old 440 meet record. In a meet predicted to be close, with only a few points either way to decide the winner, the Bears took six firsts, six sec- onds, and nine thirds. Upsets in the crucial mile relay and a heart-breaking 880-yard run, when Warren Smith of the Trojans pulled the surprise of the meet, turned the tide for Southern California. 298 FAY FROOM RICHARD GRIFFIN ROBERT HOGAN JIM JURKOVICH Klemmer strides into the tape well ahead of S.C. ' s Bourland to lower the meet record BEARS 57 Three men on a hurdle—California ' s Reese is flanked by Laret and Johnson of S.C. 1,21611,L 100-YARD DASH—Won by Kerns (U.S.C.); second, Shipnuck (C.); third, Callanan (U.S.C.). Time, 10.1 seconds. 220-YARD DASH—Won by Kerns (U.S.C.); second, Bourland (U.S.C.); third, Klemmer (C.). Time, 21.5 seconds. 440-YARD DASH—Won by Klemmer (C.); second, Bourland (U.S.C.); third, Froom (C.). Time, 47.4 seconds (new meet record). 880-YARD DASH—Won by Smith (U.S.C.); second, Barnes (C.); third, Peter (C.). Time, 1:53.2 seconds (ties meet record). MILE RUN—Won by Peter (C.); second, Richards (C.); third, Weed (U.S.C.). Time, 4:22.9 seconds. TWO-MILE RUN—Won by Dewey (C.); second, McIn- tyre (C.); third, Copeland (C.). Time, 9:44 seconds. 220-YARD LOW HURDLES—Won by Laret (U.S.C.); second, Reese (C.); third, Johnson (U.S.C.). Time, 24 seconds. 120 - YARD HIGH HURDLES — Won by Biewener (U.S.C.); second, Kacewicz (U.S.C.); third, Griffin (C.). Time, 14.9 seconds. POLE VAULT—Won by Smith (C.); second, Schaefer (U.S.C.); third, Nichols (C.). Height, 14 feet. HIGH JUMP—Won by La Cava and Wilson (U.S.C.); Trokey and Smith (C.) tie for third. Height 6 feet 4 inches. BROAD JUMP—Won by Jurkovich (C.); second, Wren (U.S.C.); third, Bleeker (U.S.C.). Distance 23 feet inches. SHOT PUT—Won by Merritt (U.S.C.); second, Bob Biles (C.); third, Kimberling (U.S.C.). Distance 50 feet inches. DISCUS—Won by Wolf (C.); second, Merritt (U.S.C.); third, Jurkovich (C.). Distance, 151 feet, inches. JAVELIN THROW—Won by Peoples (U.S.C.); second, Pettigrew (U.S.C.); third, Martin Biles (C.). Distance, 229 feet 4 inches (new meet record). MILE RELAY—Won by U.S.C. (Grunbock, W. Smith, Upton, and Bourland). Time, 3:18 seconds. 299 Smith upsets the dope in the 880 to turn the tide for S.C. TROJANS 74 GROVER KLEM MER LOREN Mc I NTYRE LUTHER N ICHOLS ALLEN PATTERSON Kerns, out of the picture, manages to hit the tape just ahead of California ' s Shipnuck In one of the most exciting meets ever seen in Edwards Stadium, the Golden Bears heavily defeated the Stanford Indians by the overwhelming score of to 331 4. Most amazing feature of a contest in which several University and meet records were broken was the fact that the Bears did not allow their opponents to take a single first place in any of the events. Keyed up by Martin Biles ' win in the javelin, which broke a meet record, Cali- fornia immediately swept into the lead. Highlights were Peter ' s and Barnes ' smash- ing of the University and meet records in the mile and 880, respectively. Klemmer broke the old 440 meet record, while Bar- ney Wolf became t ' ..7.e first man in eighteen years to beat Stanford in the discus. 300 DICK PETER JOHN REESE DAVID R HOADES GUINN SMITH Sh ipnuck leads the sprinters to the tape in a fast 220 BEARS 973 4 Sophomore Ralph Dewey wins the two mile against thc Indians START I 2MILE FINISH 20 NH I MILE 2MILE MILE RUN—Won by Peter (C.); second, Richards (C.); third, Summers (C.). Time, 4:11.5 (new Uni- versity and meet record). 440-YARD DASH—Won by Klemmer (C.); second, Froom (C.); third, Clark (S.). Time, :47.6 (new meet record). 100-YARD DASH—Won by Jurkovich (C.); second, Shipnuck (C.); third, Grant (S). Time, :9.8. 120-YARD HIGH HURDLES—Won by Ramsaur (C.); tie for second between Wright (C.) and Lemoine (C.). Time, :15.7. 880-YARD RUN—Won by Barnes (C.); tie for second between Olson (S.) and Larsen (S.). Time, 1:52.3 new University and meet record). 220-YARD DASH—Won by Shipnuck (C.); second, Burke (C.); third, McFarland (S.). Time, :21.9. TWO-MILE RUN—Won by Dewey (C.); second, McIn- tyre (C.); third, Seed (S.). Time, 9:33.4. 220-YARD LOW HURDLES—Won by Reese (C.); second, Hertel (S.); third, Kern (S.). Time, :23.9. POLE VAULT—Won by Smith (C.); second, Tomaso (S.); tie for third between Peck (S.), Nichols (C.), Twining (C.), and McConaghy (C.). Height, 14 ' 31 4 " • JAVELIN—Won by M. Biles (C.); second, Stone (S.); third, B. Biles (C.). Distance, 222 ' 10 " . SHOT PUT—Won by B. Biles (C.); second, Grey (S.); third, Stamm ( S. ) . Distance, 49 ' 31 2 " . HIGH JUMP—Won by Smith (C.); second, Hart (S.); third, Lincoln (S.). Height, 6 ' 5 " . BROAD JUMP—Won by Jurkovich (C.); second, Cham- bers (S.); third, Peterson (S.). Distance, 24 ' 9 " . DISCUS—Won by Wolf (C); second, Hiler (S.); third, B. Biles (C.). Distance, 150 ' 61 4 " . RELAY—Won by California (team composed of Hogan, Stevens, Froom, and Klemmer). Time, 3:18.4. 301 TOTAL 100 MI 440 HH 2M 880 270 LH LAY JAY HJ SP BJ DIS PV Scoreboard shows a complete Bear sweep of first places INDIANS 331 4 SH IRLEY SUMMERS HANLON THARP WILBUR TWINING BERNARD WOLF Bear trio easily sweep the high hurdles in very slow time STANFORD RELAYS Overwhelming a resistant Indian team, the Bear tracksters annexed the annual California-Stanford Relays by a score of 41 to 19. Because the track events in the meet are composed entirely of relays, points are awarded not on individual but on team performances, while the points for field events are computed on the basis of aggregate scores of four men from each side, with a point being awarded to the individual winner of the event. California captured five of the six track events, losing only the shuttle-hurdle relay and three of the field events, with four men taking individual honors in the latter. Pole vaulters Smith, Nichols, Twining, and MacConaghy boosted the old aggregate record for their event to 53 feet, while the Bears swept the broadjump with Jurkovich contrib- uting a leap of 23 feet inches. Although the Indians won the aggregates in the javelin throw and shot-put, Martin and Bob Biles, respectively, captured individual honors. Stanford won the discus, while California took the high jump with a total of 23 feet 111 2 inches. Grover Klemmer ran only on the winning mile relay team with Dunn, Reese, and Froom, while broadjumper Jim Jurkovich helped Shipnuck, Kearney, and Burk cop the 440 yard relay in :42.3. The Bears then proceeded to add the medley and 880 yard relays to their list of wins, the teams turning in the respective times of 10:47.6 and 1:28.3. As a final gesture, Summers, Wes Craig, Peter and Barnes annexed the two-mile relay in 7:39.3. Officials watch Jurkovich add plenty of distance to Cal ' s broad jump aggregate Heel and toe and away we go. Stanford captures the Alumni Walk Shipnuck, pulling away with ease, captures the 440 yard relay for the Bears Klemmer passes Froom the baton as the Bears run away with the mile relay 302 FRESHMEN Although poor weather conditions cut down chances for practice and rained out several of the meets, the California freshman track and field squad succeeded in giving a good account of itself in winning three of its four contests. Opening against San Mateo J.C. with an easy victory, the Cubs walked off with nine firsts. Up against stiffer competi- tion in Modesto J.C., the frosh again easily triumphed and then crushed an all-star High School squad. The Cubs ' only loss was to the powerful Stanford Frosh, although Cali- fornia made excellent records, particularly by such men as Captain Lewis, Couch, Huennekens, Ring, Eugene Smith, Goldeen, Gibson, and Jim Smith, all of whom are expected to provide fine varsity material. Last row: Grass, Silcox, Graney, Huennekens, Groefsema, Hamilton, Mooslin, Hill, Goldeen, Johnson Second row: Gilchrist, Ring, Morgan, Curley, Lewis, Watson, Gibson, Tweedie. Sarver, Prader Front row: Sal lady, Girard, Bei, Stein, Couch, Flowers, Smith, Beaumont, Barber, Christen SEASON SUMMARY California Opponents 80 San Mateo J.C. 41 68 , Modesto J.C. 54 98 5 6 High School All-Stars 39 1 6 59 Stanford Frosh 72 Coach AL RAGAN 303 SEASON RECORD California Opponent 6 Berkeley Tennis Club 3 7 California Club 3 5 Olympic Club 4 7 U.C.L.A. 2 8 U.C.L.A. 1 3 U.S.C. 6 2 U.S.C. 7 7 Stanford 2 Final Stanford matches were not played when the book went to press. Coach TOM STOW VARSITY TENNIS Third row: Gershon, Hopkins, Bliss, Livingstone, Blakemore, Tout Second row: Hanna, Burns, Dunkle, Wilson, Spencer, Brown First row: Amonette, H ippenstidl, G., H ippenstiel, R., McCaughin, Canning, Hobart, Stow 306 SIDELINE REVIEW A graduate of the class of ' 27, Tom Stow returned to the University after a short business career to become the head coach of tennis in 1931. While in the Uni- versity, Coach Stow was captain of the tennis team in his senior year and paired with Bud Chandler to win the National Intercollegiate doubles championship in 1926. After winning several singles championships, how- ever, he was forced to give up active participation in tennis because of poor health and to confine his ability to the development of players. In 1933 his team tied for the Pacific Coast Conference title and won it in 1937. Each year he has made the most of his material and his success is credited to his technique of coaching players. His most outstanding achievement was the develop- ment of Donald Budge into the world ' s greatest tennis player. Among other successful netmen he has coached are Gene Smith, Canadian National champion and Ore- gon State champion; Dick Bennett, California State champion in 1937; Paul Newton, National Intercol- legiate champion in 1935 and 1937; Robert Harman, National Boys ' champion; and Miss Eleanor Dawson, National hard-court champion. During the last five years four of the five California State champions have been pupils of Tom Stow. MAX WILCOX Senior Manager Left to right: Snyder, Sandrock, Clark Left to right: Bellamy, French, Goodman, Pearson, Gifford 307 Robin Hippznstiel and Tom Brown team up to win a doubles match from U.C.L.A. BEARS-BRUINS During its trip through the South, the California tennis team won its first confer- ence match of the season with a 7-2 win over U.C.L.A. Sophomores Tom Brown and George Spencer lost the first two singles matches to their Bruin opponents, but their teammates came back to win all the remaining matches. Amonette and Canning, Livingstone and Tout, and the Spencer-Hippenstiel combination all easily defeated their U.C.L.A. opponents. In scoring the second straight victory over the Bruins, the Bears showed great hopes for a promising future. California, playing on its home courts, won five of the six singles matches and swept all the doubles. The Hippenstiel brothers won easily from their opponents, while Mc- Caughin, Spencer, and Canning, also emerged victorious. CLARENCE AMONETTE BILL CANNING CHARLES HIPPENSTIEL Co-Captain BOB McCAUGHIN Co-Captain ROBIN HIPPENSTIEL 308 Trojan ace demonstrates the form that helped to win for U.S.C. Robin Hippenstiel reaches out for low one BEARS-TROJANS BILL CANNING GUNNY AMONETTE 309 A valiant and fighting Bear tennis team wound up the Trojan series with two losses credited against them. The first team match played in Los Angeles found the men of Troy taking an easy 7-2 victory over California. The second of the series was lost by the Bears in a heart-breaking manner by the score of 6-3. At the beginning of the season, U.S.C. was inspired in its victory by three of the best intercollegiate tennis players, Ted Olewin, George Toley, and Bill Reedy. Later in the season, nevertheless, with the Bear squad in much better shape, Bob Hippenstiel and Bill Canning of the Bears came through in championship style to soundly trounce Olewin and Toley in the first and second singles matches respec- tively. However, the doubles matches were the downfall for the Bears. GLENN HIPPENSTIEL JAMES HOEART ROBERT McCAUGHIN BEARS-I A very much improved California net squad whipped a highly touted Stanford tennis team by the one-sided score of seven matches to two. The Bear team took undisputed possession of second place in the conference standings by reason of their victory over the Indian net-men. The most spectacular match of the afternoon was the marathon three set battle between Robin Hippenstiel of the Bears and Emery Neale of the Indians, which the former won by the score of 6-4, 7-9, 11-9, after a gruelling two-hour fight. With the game at match point in the final set in favor NDIANS of Neale, Hippenstiel took the next points for game and then went on to win the set and victory. In the featured singles match Bill Canning took the measure of Stanford ' s ace, Larry Dee, in straight sets. The first doubles match found Larry Dee and Jim Wade of the Stanford squad finding their range and quite easily defeating California ' s ace duo of Bill Canning and Gunny Amonette 6-4, 6-2; while the combinations of Hippenstiel- Spencer and Tout-Livingstone defeated their Stanford op- ponents 6-2, 4-6, 6-3; and 8-6 and 6-0 respectively. Canning prepares for an overhand smash during his win over Larry Dee A quick placement in the fore-court gives Spencer another game and set WALLACE MEYER GEORGE SPENCER PIERPONT WILSON 310 FRES HMEN With an undefeated season to their credit, the California freshmen proved themselves to be the most promising varsity tennis material the university has seen in many years. Climaxing their season with an overwhelming victory of 6-3 over the Stanford yearlings, the Cubs also accounted for their seventh straight triumph over the Papooses. The Frosh clinched their victory with five out of six singles matches and then lost two of the doubles matches when Coach Stow used inexperienced players to give them their numerals. Among those who fell before the Frosh onslaught during the season were Berkeley High, Martinez High, Lowell High, San Francisco State College, and Modesto Junior College. Singled out as outstanding material to fill the spots left by the graduation of Captains Bob Hippenstiel and Bob McCaughlin were Harry Buttimer and Clyde Hippenstiel, the number 1 and 2 men, respectively. Back row: Temple, Kuhn, Evans, St. Goar, Campbel I, Smith, Thomas Front row: Hammerslag, Letsinger, Hippenstiel, Buttimer, Mathews, ' ahoy, Stow SEASON RECORD Frosh Opponent 7 Berkeley High 1 8 Martinez High 1 6 San Francisco State 3 5 Lowell High 4 7 Modesto J.C. 2 6 Modesto J.C. 3 6 Stanford Frosh 3 Coach TOM STOW 311 BOXING Back row: Nemir, Cunha, McEvilly, Thorburn, Rodgers, Greenwood, Gundlach Front row: Roberts, Banda, Flaharty, Shimoff, Ehmcke, Rogers ED NEMIR Coach Off to a successful start with a victory over the Cal Aggies and two over Stanford, a smooth, hard-hitting boxing team pounded its way to second place behind W.S.C. in the Intercollegiate Boxing Championships at Sacramento where Milt Cunha cap- tured the 165-pound title with a decision over Bill McFadden of Oregon State. Three other Californians also fought their way to the finals. Later in the season the Bears whipped San Jose State and U.C.L.A. by twin scores of 5 to 3. Capturing two championships in the Far Western Tournament, the California wrestling team went on to defeat several other strong squads. Carl Tamaki in the 118-pound class and Dewey Raski in the 128-pound division won the titles in their classes. The team then met and defeated San Francisco State and Cal Aggies by twin scores of 6 to 2, losing to the Aggies in a return match. In the Pacific Associa- tion meet the Bears took second place be- hind the Olympic Club. Back row: Carver, Morse, Wilson, Coffin, Brusca, Matteson Second row: Wright, Verducci, Kono, !Caste, Lippincott, Roswell, Stone Front row: Torrez, Wolf, Raski, Tamaki, Hosokawa WRESTLING HENRY STONE Coach 314 145 lb. BASKETBALL Despite the fact that only two lettermen returned this year the 145 ' s turned in a record of twenty games won out of twenty-two played. This fine showing was due in a large degree to the excellent coaching of Richard Griffith. In their reg- ular season the 145 ' s took seventeen straight games, and it was not until the post-season P.A.A. Tournament that they dropped a game to Nangano Drayage. In the finals they lost a hard fought game to the same team to take second place. HEBER NEWSOM Supervisor With only three returning lettermen from last year ' s championship squad, the 130- pound basketball team still was able to win fourteen out of its twenty-two games. The Christmas trip was made without the services of three of the first-string men, while the majority of the games were played against unlimited fives because of the scarcity of 130-pound teams. The two Takahashis and Tom Yamashita were a great aid to Coach McCormick in develop- ing the green material. Back row: Griffith (coach), Shuff, Dixon, Nelson, Moschetti Front row: Firchow, Noble, Smith, Kawahara, Beckerleg Back row: McCormick (coach), Kai-Kee, Takahashi, M., Coppel, Callow, Yamashita Front row: Takahashi, T., Kubota, Hayashi, Bailey, Lambert, McFerrin 130 lb. BASKETBALL 315 Back row: Schwartz, Lion, Merrill, Walberg, Vieille, Darwall, Poulin, Taft, Leonard Second row: Bowden, Reilly, Reordan, Crawford, Hampton, Bricker, Hill, McCampbell, Tobias, Chandler Front row: McNally, Kapranos, Cohn, Ware, Maclise, Sheeran, Yee, McCarthy, Righter, Covey SWIMMING Rated as one of the best swimming teams in the history of the school, the Bear mermen, captained by Gay Maclise, swam to easy victories over their three conference opponents and dropped only two non-conference meets. The Califor- nians fell before San Jose on opening day when six of their key men were missing and again dropped a meet to the powerful Olympic Club team. Five other victories gave the Bears a total of eight out of ten meets. The Bears opened their conference season against U.C.L.A. and won handily 47 to 28 in a meet that saw five new meet and two university records set. A week later the Bears took the Trojans into camp 52 to 23. The meet with Stanford with the conference title at stake proved an easy hurdle for California as the Indians fell 51 to 24 without their star, Roy Vitousek. Four new university records were established during the semester by the squad, two by sophomore Bill McCampbell, who lowered the 440-yard free style mark to 5:00.2 and the 880-yard free style mark to 10 :59.4. Bob Hill accounted for 54.8 in the 100-yard free style and the 400-yard relay team made 3 :42.7 in the Stanford meet. Coach AL DOWDEN Cal and J.C. men get off to an even start 316 Back row: Frahm, Joy, Doran, Ware, Mixer, Garrard, St. John Second row: Taft, Crane, Ward, R. T., Ward, R. H., Norris, Cleeves, Dowden First row: Cozens, Hurlbut, Aronson, Woodman, Lamb, Stroh, Lloyd WATER POLO For the third time in four years California ' s water polo team captured the conference championship, regaining the title won last year by U.C.L.A. The Bears also topped the Junior Pacific Association which includes San Jose, Olympic Club Reserves, and Stanford. In conference games the Bears lost the first game of the Stanford series 6 to 4 but came back to win easily in the second game 6 to 3. Double victories over the Bruins of U.C.L.A. by twin 8 to 6 scores and over the Trojans of U.S.C. by 7 to 6 and 8 to 6 scores rounded out the Pacific Coast Con- ference schedule and left California in undisputed first place. In practice games California won five out of eight games, losing all three to the very powerful Olympic Club varsity composed of former college stars. The Bears, however, downed the California Alumni, San Jose State, Compton J.C., and the Olympic Club Reserves. Captain Winston Woodman and Dan Aronson were chosen on the all-conference first string while Herman Stroh, Ed Hurlbut, and Perry Lamb made the second string. Only Stroh and Lamb will be returning next year. Bear mermen race after the ball Trojan sprints away from Cal man 317 CROSS COUNTRY Back row: Craig, W. P., Summers, Williams, Gunther, Peter, Kemp, Craig, W. Second row: Van Court. Carleton, Richards, McCarthy, Miller, Perez, Skinner First row: Love, Bryant, Fontenrose, Dewey, Weyand, Scott BRUTUS HAMILTON Coach Winning its only two meets of the season the California cross country team went through its sixth consecutive undefeated year. The Bears defeated a comparatively strong U.C.L.A. team 23 to 33. Later they downe d Stanford by the large score of 16 to 43. Captain Dick Peter was outstanding for the Bear harriers in winning two first places while Ralph Dewey and Ross Mil- ler, both of whom will return next year, took high positions. Competing by mail against squads all over the country, the varsity and R.O.T.C. rifle teams won fifty out of their sixty matches this season. The varsity lost only four of the meets, all to competitors doped before the season to be intercollegiate champions. High man of the school was Jones of the Navy with a 392 out of a possible 400; the latter score sparked the sixth straight win of the Hearst Trophy for all Navy R.O.T.C. teams. RIFLERY Back row: Allan, Weyand, Walker, Thayer, Sorahan, Wilde Front row: Templeton, Tonningson, Steven, Croome, Ogilvie, Hilton MAJOR C. R. SARGENT Coach 318 FENCING Back row: Bauer, Firestone, Folks, Solomon, Eddy Front row: Hilty, Spiess, Novick, Angwin, Hohenthal NOEL SPIESS Coach In winning back the Herron Trophy from the Olympic Club and being the first col- lege squad to sweep the three Junior Championships, saber, epee, and foil, the California fencing team went through its most successful season of competition. In acting as hosts during the Easter vaca- tion for the Pacific Coast Intercollegiate Championships, the California team, sparked by Jack Hovick and Coach Noel Spiess, took first place for the first time since 1930. With its strongest team in the history of the school, the varsity gymnastics team won the Pacific Coast Conference title for the second consecutive year. Sensational ring-work by sophomore Vic Hudson and the all-around ability of Captain Walt Hall gave the Bears half of the total pos- sible points in the meet. Again confronted with a shortage of competition, the varsity repeated its popular tumbling, trampolin, and hand balancing acts at the basketball games. Back row: Anheier, Heirich, Head, Phillips, Jessup, Hunton, Coggins, Thorpe Second row: Ralph, Hall, Cadwell, Krueger, Thym, Gardner, Hudson, Keeney First row: Mellor, Marklin, Brooks, Metlick, Eichar, Kleinstein GYMNASTICS CHARLES KEENEY Coach 319 Back row: McCarthy, Lindeburg, Gray, Bradford, Ogle, Irwin, Leidholt, Whalen, Davey Second row: Christie. Stall Cox, Hatcher, Folmer, Warren, Benson, Daniskey, Hudson First row: Golden, Witter, Stu Cox, Holmes, Staffler, Snell, Rogers RUGBY Although hampered by lack of practice due to an extraor- dinarily rainy season and riddled with mid-season injuries, the Varsity Rugby team nevertheless came within an ace of winning the P.C.C. and the Northern California Champion- ships. In the first game of the season the California Ruggers defeated the Petaluma Spartans 17 to 3 and then tied two games with underdog opponents on a muddy field Olympic Club and U.S.F. However, the Bears came back to play their best games of the season in defeating the highly publicized Hollywood All Stars 30 to 0 and a comparatively inept U.S.C. squad 18 to 6 in games dominated throughout by the superior California scrum and distinguished by the brilliant play of McCarthy, Folmer, Lindeburg, and Warren . The last tilt of the season found California matched against Stanford with the two titles hanging in the balance. Stanford, playing with several of the stars of its champion- ship football team, proved too smooth for the Bears and drove on to take the game 13 to 8 and the titles won by the Bears last year. Coach MILES HUDSON Reserve Coach WALTER CHRISTIE 320 Back row: Harden, Lester, Faas, Battagin, Malin, Hanen, Snow Front row: Sproul, Clark, Kwasney, Pattison, Lasso ICE HOCKEY Winning new friends with each succeeding game, Ice Hockey this year showed an amazing increase in the number of supporters following the Bear sextet. With the completion of Iceland, Julius Schroeder ' s pucksters for the first time in the history of the sport at California had what they could call a home rink, accessible to the campus and to the many students who found this fa st moving game thrilling to watch. Highlight of the season was the tournament held during the latter part of December in which Illinois, U.S.C., Santa Rosa J.C., California, Colorado, and Sacramento J.C. took part. Playing against some of the best college competition in the country the Bears won only one game while dropping three by narrow margins. In their regular season, however, the Bears surprised the experienced men of the industrial league to take third place, winning eight and losing nine. Although injuries to key players kept the squad below full strength all season, the excellent morale and individually brilliant play of men like Laven, Hanen, and Kwasney made the team a constant threat to all opponents. Coach JULIUS SCHROEDER Laves prevents another score by a Colorado man 321 SOCCER Back row: Zukin, Jacobson, Kutay, Biktimir, Ibragimoff, Dvorson, Ball, Crummey, Schroeder, Altman Second rcw: Woods, Williams, Erlich, Zalay, Parug, Schoenig, Karp, Tukachinsky, Robbins Front row: Dorwin, Schlesinger, Reich, Jensen, Taylor, van den Bosch, Grant SKIING JULIUS SCHROEDER Coach Led by three all-conference players, Dor- win, Ibragimoff, and Schlesinger, the Cali- fornia soccer team dropped two games to tie for second place with Stanford be- hind San Jose. In spite of their showing this year the Bears have lost only five games in the last eighty-one starts. The team went through five successful games before losing to S.F. State 1 to 2 and San Jose 0 to 2 but came back to defeat U.C.L.A. twice 5 to 0 and 3 to 1 and Stanford 2 to 1. The University of California Ski team began its season with the full expecta- tion of another championship season. Al- though the Pacific Coast Championship Meet was called off because of blizzards, the season was well-started by a victory in the Nevada Winter Carnival followed by two victories over Stanford in both the Vanderbilt and the Pacific Coast Inter- collegiate Ski Union Meets. Captain Dole, Hatch, and Hirschkind sparked the Bears in all three meets. Left to right: Bender, Hildebrand, Hirschkind, Dole, Hatch, Morgan, Harkins BILL KLEIN Coach 322 AL SA IS Coach Meeting more and stronger rivals this year, the Bear golf team succeeded in winning a higher percentage of their games. The Bears also downed the universi- ties of Nevada and Colorado to mark in- creased intersectional rivalry. Against con- ference opponents, however, the Bears were not as potent and were able to beat only U.C.L.A. In the practice season Dick Johnson boosted the team ' s hopes by breaking the Berkeley Country Club ama- teur record with a 65. After bowing in defeat to several older and more experienced squads, the Cali- fornia varsity handball squad placed fifth in the Bay Counties League this semester. The Bear team suffered only one decisive defeat, but under the capable leadership of Ken Yap and Herb Pearlman, they rallied to make an excellent showing. In the State Intercollegiate matches, the Bear varsity was pitted against a superior U.C.L.A. squad which succeeded in defeat- ing the Californians 6-3. GOLF Back row: Praetzel, Juett, Benton, Knowles, Watson Front row : Johnson, Hartman, Ebert, Peyton, Anderson Back row: Burris, I brat imoff, Szinmer, Fredericks, Marks, Harvey, Shaff Front row: Black, Schwartz, Pearlman, Wilson, Seidel, Yap HANDBALL RALFE MILLER Coach 323 FRANK WICKHORST EDWARD BREWER RICHARD CHRISTENSEN A.S.U.C. Supervisor Senior Manager Intramural Director INTRAMURAL Designed to fill the need for organized sport among those who, for one reason or another, find it impossible to com- pete in regular varsity intercollegiate competition, the Intra- mural program is not only physically beneficial for the competitor but also gives him a chance for fun and social contacts with other Californians. With the guidance and help of the Department of Physical Education for Men and the Associated Students, more than 2300 male students now compete in Intramural sports. Four separate leagues—namely, the " American " for clubs and large " Co-op " houses, the " National " providing interfra- ternity competition, the " Dormitory " league, and the recently formed " U.C. " league, catering to " pick-up " teams, bring together more than seventy teams in sixteen sports. Each year the Intramural contestants pool their talents and stage the Intramural Carnival in which the department raises the money to buy permanent and perpetual trophies for championship teams. The ever-improving program of the Intramural depart- ment plus the world ' s finest college athletic facilities gives every Californian a chance to have a lot of fun in the game he likes best. Left to right: Williams, Noel, Seymour 326 INTRAMURAL CARNIVAL " Step right up, ladies and gentlemen, for a full day of fun and frolic. See the weight-lifters; watch the fascinating, intricate Jiu-Jitsu per- formed before your very eyes! " With this circus spirit prevailing, the Intra- mural sports department held its annual car- nival on February twenty-first. Throughout the afternoon and evening, hundreds of spectators were thrilled by exciting sporting events. Be- ginning at one-thirty, a basketball shooting contest was held. During the rest of the after- noon, ardent sport fans witnessed the intra- mural volleyball championship, followed by a well-played softball game. In the gym, two student teams participated in a hard fought basketball contest. At night the carnival continued in full swing with a regular " three-ring circus. " While wres- tlers showed their bulging muscles, tempered with many a groan, fencers exhibited their agility and skill. And, to further divide the audience ' s attention, tumblers rolled, somer- saulted and cartwheeled. There followed ex- hibitions of boxing, ping-pong, and Japanese Kendo. That evening, the sport-weary fans relaxed and danced to the music of Bob Saunders and his band. Perfect amateur form is demonstrated in the horseshoe play-offs Ping-pong is no game at -the hands of intramural c3mpetitors A ringside view of a near knockout The camera catches a California tumbler in mid-air 327 INTRAMURAL Tackle and touch football featured the Intra- mural season with the Kappa Sigs and Forestry winning the six man tackle and Beta Theta Pi, Forestry, and Hawthorne winning the touch football competition. Champs of the fraternity volleyball were the Phi Delts, while Hillel and Alka Hall came out on top in the American and Dormitory divisions. Basketball winners in the three leagues were DTD ' s, Bowles Hall, and Elmhurst. Winners of bowling included the Phi Tau ' s. Barrington Hall, and Bancroft House. The Sig Ep ' s, Pi KA ' s, and Lambda Chi ' s vied for top position in their division of the horseshoe tournament, while White Shingles and Forestry were tops in their own leagues. Sigma Nu and Phi Psi tied for honors in squash, as did Bowles Baseball player follows through on a speed ball A fraternity man leaps for a high one " Strike " Cal muscle-man works out on the ever-patient ' ' horse " 328 SPORTS and the Civil Engineers in the American League. Alpha Sigma Phi held the lead in tennis, while Bowles and the Miners tied for first in the American, and. Georgian and La Chance held a similar position for the Dorms. Pi Lambda Phi and the Zeta Beta Tau ' s were the finalists in pin g pong; Navy, Oxford, Sheridan, and Bar- rington entered in the American semi-finals, and the Chinese Students ' Club winners of the Dorm League. Badminton found the Psi U ' s tied with the SAE ' s, and Bowles Hall with Barrington. In the total number of points gained during the year, the Beta ' s fought for top place with the Phi Delt ' s, as did Elmhurst and Alka Hall in the Dorm circuit and Forestry and Bowles Hall in the American League. Two top teams battle in the intramural volleyball championship horseshoe players watch for a decisive ringer Weight boxing occupies the center ring at the night exhibition Precision, balance, and muscle control mark the performance of the gymnastics team 329 FRATERNTIES Men of Bowles Hall take time off from lunch to greet the photographer Maestro Horace Heidt, Bud Buck, and Betty Ann Venter preside over the I nterfraternity Ball Fraternity head table watches antics of pledges from its vantage point 332 HARRY B. BUCK LESLIE E. STILL Fall Harry B. Buck President Albert D. Hogan Vice-President Fred B. Scobey Secretary Spring Leslie E. Still Carl A. Olson Alan L. Cahn Fall Spring George J. Taylor Abracadabra Edward de Lanoy Robert L. Maxwell Acacia Ted E. Rowe John W. Scott Alpha Chi Sigma John W. Scott Lincoln Gay Maclise Alpha Delta Phi Lincoln Gay Maclise Cal Ferris Alpha Kappa Lambda William S. Noel Thomas J. Twohig Alpha Sigma Phi Cassius M. Dowell Bruce D. Jaques Alpha Tau Omega____ ________ Paul A. Schumann Carl A. Olson Bachelordon Carl A. Olson Albert D. Hogan Beta Theta Pi David J. Stone Jim C. Warren Chi Phi Jim C. Warren Francis L. Bryan Chi Psi Carl A. Berntsen LeGrande L. Reid Del Rey Arthur Jones Robert V. Winkler Delta Chi Arthur R. Anderson Charles W. Petersmeyer Delta Kappa Epsilon. _Sutherland R. Skerry Robert J. Hall Delta Tau Delta Robert J. Hall Holt Atherton Delta Upsilon Thomas N. Elmendorf David E. Lewis Kappa Alpha David E. Lewis Thomas D. Hunt _ Kappa Delta Rho Leslie W. Ley Alan L. Cahn Kappa Nu Alan L. Cahn Henry Steinbach Kappa Sigma Frank Thomas Frederick Montgomery___Lambda Chi Alpha_ __Frederick Montgomery MM Fall Spring Warren T. Orsburn Phi Delta Theta Donald L. Richards Dean E. Dunnicliff ____Phi Gamma Delta Dean E. Dunnicliff Leslie E. Still Phi Kappa Psi Donald C. Storch Donald G. Ellis Phi Kappa Sigma Donald H. Lindsay Jarvis Bishop Phi Kappa Tau William Cochran Robert Isbell Phi Sigma Kappa Robert Isbell Robert E. Williams Pi Kappa Alpha Jack B. Haggard F. Willard Knapp Pi Kappa Phi Peter P. Van den Bosch I. Altman Pi Lambda Phi Raymond I. Altman Paul Richard Holmes Psi Upsilon Paul Richard Holmes George Folsom Sigma Alpha Epsilon Victor E. Cole Edward B. Pinger Sigma Chi Emile H. Bouhaben Gerald E. Lutes Sigma Nu Edward J. Morehouse Jack B. Klukkert Sigma Phi Epsilon Jack B. Klukkert Robert S. Doane Robert L. Olson Sigma Phi Paul E. Langpaap Sigma Phi Sigma Paul E. Langpaap John M. Flanagan Theta Chi Stanley Jackson Harry B. Buck Theta Delta Chi Harry B. Buck William M. Lana Theta Xi John S. Wellington Alvin V. Riga Zeta Beta Tau Alvin V. Riga Robert F. Snowden Zeta Psi Robert F. Snowden 333 III W ilson Chilton Gr nnskY hatch Kenworthy Morris Perkins Putnam GRADUATE Dennis M. Paterson SENIORS Edward de Lanoy Joseph Robrecht Stuart Dole Milton L. Schwartz Arthur Gassaway George J. Taylor Richard N. McCoy Russell Usinger Joseph B. Powers J. Troplong Ward W. R. Robinson, Jr. Richard I. Wilson Twining Sweetser Weed Benianth ' Paterson de Laney Dole Gassawal 2425 RIDGE ROAD HE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1895 ONE CHAPTER FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Leroy W. Allen Dr. Ellsworth Quinlan Lewis G. Baker Robert Gordon Sproul S. W. Cunningham Frank M. Spurrier Harlan Frederick Robert M. Underhill H. Stewart Kimball Robert L. Usinger McCoy powers 110‘1111SOn Robrecht Schwartz Usinger Ward JUNIORS Frank Chilton Carl Grunsky Wilson M. Hatch James R. Kenworthy Robert L. Morris Robert Z. Perkins C. Putnam Wilbur E. Twining Bailey steele Gardner Wildman Wright SOPHOMORES Carleton J. Sweetser Richard L. Weed FRESHMEN Robert Benjamin David Gardner Parke Boneysteele Robert F. Wildman Clifford C. Wright 334 Lewis Moore Dallas Davidson Eby Kendall Martin Maxwell Olsen Rowe Wilson Wood Bell Burroughs Crane Croyle Dwelley Misener Prewett DeWitt Moore Poulin Smith 2340 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, 1904 CALIFORNIA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1905 TWENTY-FIVE CHAPTERS NIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Russell T. Crawford Edwin D. Dickinson L. H. Lyon Keith MacKan e E. L. Moody Paul F. Nichols B. L. Robertson F. H. Swift Edward W. Bowes, Jr. GRADUATE Frank Lewis SENIOR Richard 0. Moore JUNIORS Paul J. Dallas Robert Davidson Thomas M. Eby Richard W. Kendall George W. Martin Robert L. Maxw Gordon B. Olsen Ted E. Rowe Donald J. Wilson Robert W. Wood SOPHOMORES R. Bell rnest C. Burroughs Glen W. Cox Gerald G. Crane George W. Croyle Bruce G. Dwelley Clifford Misener Edward A. Prewett 4F FRESHMEN rank Golder DeWitt Arthur M. Poulin, Jr. " Kenneth M. Moore, Jr. Robert T. Smith 335 Anderson Harman Hales Heckel Loeck Frank W. Allen Herman J. Almquist Walter C. Blasdale Gerald E. K. Branch William V. J. Cruess Ermon D. Eastman John J. Eiler Franklin T. Green Joel H. Hildebrand Paul L. Kirk Henry W. Anderson Denham Harman Norman V. Hayes Harry L. Heckel Robert E. Loeck Wendell M. Latimer Gilbert N. Lewis Willard F. Libby Frederick W. Lorenz Axel R. Olson Kenneth S. Pitzer Charles W. Porter Merle R. Randall Gerhard K. Rollefson Glenn T. Seaborg Edward Mayes Elmer Nielsen Roger G. Preston Donald W. Scott D. W. Sherwood Mayes Preston Scott, D • Sherwood Babcock Banat Dreher Rosati Schmidt Scott, 3, Switzer Adams Anders Crafts Dodge Hileman Kenyon Mixer gore flaY Reagan Reider Blakeman Collier Covey Duncan Dicks IA unto ' peck Ryan " Cjensv old Edwards Gleeson lt SENIORS Sherman G. Babcock Richard J. Baggott Ervin L. Dreher Scott B. Kilner Guido J. Rosati Robert J. Schmidt John W. Scott Robert L. Switzer Leonard illoudhbY JUNIORS Robert Adams Frank W. Anders John H. Crafts Hewitt Kenyon Robert Y. Mixer Donald B. Moore Richard G. Dodge Sherry B. Ray Jack C. Hileman J. Ross Reagan Charles M. Reider SOPHOMORES James M. Blakeman Harry G. Hicks Charles P. Collier James W. Hunter George D. Covey John S. Peck Donald F. Duncan Frank A. Ryan Arnt H. Tjensvold 2627 VIRGINIA STREET FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, 1902 SIGMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 FORTY-SIX CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Thomas D. Stewart GRADUATES 336 FRESHMEN James W. Edwards James W. L. Leonard Francis J. Gleeson Robert 0. Willoughby 11 " Allan Sproul, Jr. 16.4111111 Chamb Chaneerla.y in Johnson Long McGee Maclise Nichols L ' Webb Young Charles S. Davidson Dr. Wm. C. Deamer Dr. Herbert M. Evans T. Harper Goodspeed Frank L. Kleeberger Dr. Hans Lisser Dr. Frank W. Lynch Deming G. Maclise Paul Michael Fletcher H. Swift Scott Wilson Dr. J. Homer Woolsey Bain Diamond Doyle Fisher Goodhue Rieber I. R. Sams Shaw Sprout R WadsWo Wishart Allen Cuthbertson De V Granriest Hawkinson Nichols T. Nicol 2401 RIDGE ROAD FOUNDED AT HAMILTON COLLEGE, 1832 CALIFORNIA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1908 TWENTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS OIL UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES SENIORS Wm. R. Chamberlain Lincoln Gay Maclise Richard W. Chaney Luther A. Nichols, Jr. Elliott Johnson Donald F. Ross Melville Long, Jr. C. Richard Webb John McGee Charles W. Young JUNIORS Hilliard Bain Frank Rieber, Jr. Irwin P. Diamond Ray C. Robinson, Jr. Doble Doyle Hal J. Sams, Jr. Tom Farrington Donald M. Shaw Ralph Fisher Robert G. Sproul, Jr. Neil 0. Goodhue Philip T. Wadsworth Partridge ' Poundstol Randall e Robinson Stone 1. Thorburn Allen Brown Campbell Donaldson Evans Earning Gay Halting!! Livermore Vernon Allen James Cuthbertson Pieter De Vries James Grant Donald Hawkinson Theodore E. Nichols Jack D. FRES Francis Allen Philip F. Brown Donald Campbell William Donaldson Minton Evans Fred Farnum Thomas E. Gay Frank D. Nicol John W. Partridge Emery Poundstone Richard Randall Marshall A. Robinson Albert W. Stone Thorburn HMEN Charles Hammill H. Putnam Livermore Michael Macaulay James Moulton James Osborne Richard Rothlin Robin Skewes-Cox Ian S. Wishart SOPHOMORES Macaulay Moulton Osborne Rothlin Skewes•Cox A. 337 2701 HEARST AVENUE FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1914 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1914 fk EIGHT CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES James T. Allen E. Adamson Hoebel It arclon Noel William R. Dennes Robert F. Legge Orr William B. Herms Robert T. Legge Parker I Fred S. Stripe, GRADUATES l S. Morley Robert J. Herwig Robert E. Etcheverry Earl Janssen MOO SENIORS Lothar 0. Blackman Cal Ferris Robert C. Blackwell L. Robert Martin J. De Brockett Clinton H. Rider 01.10 Hilton B. Webster JUNIORS Blackman Blackwell Ferris Martin Rider Webster Bello Brown Efird Ellis Johnson I Clark Gi Band Hickman Hill Hoffman Holmes Nal Whipple Dana House Lathrop Sexton Robert S. Bello Frank H. Brown, Jr. Terril A. Efird Neil L. Ellis Lee R. Johnson William H. Mardon William S. Noel Gaylord A. Orr Karl A. Parker Harry C. Spaan, Jr. SOPHOMORES Harry S. Clark James W. Gilland Cleveland D. Hickman Donald P. Hill Ralph W. Hoffman H. Howard Holmes David S. Way Gerald H. Whipple 11! ' FRESHMEN Abney Dana Philip A. Lathrop Douglass M. House Don K. Sexton 338 Dowell Elkins Koll Peoples Pinkham Richards Roseland Schmidt IGMA PHI 2739 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT YALE UNIVERSITY, 1845 it NU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES THIRTY-TWO CHAPTERS ldridge J. Best William Higgens Anders J. Carlson Benedict F. Raper John W. Gregg Alfred A. Solomon SENIORS L assius M. Dowell Weldon L. Richards m W. Elkins ow Charles P. Roseland Myron H. Koll Karl W. Schmidt Henry A. Peoples John G. Smith Clarkson W. Pinkham Thomas J. Twohig SOPHOMORES JUNIORS OW Bonneau Wallace H. Meyer Carr Henry H. Scales auritson Bernard Shay Martin William K. Warnock George A. Westwick Smith Twohig Bonneau Carr Lauritson Martin Meyer Scales Shay Warnock Westwick Carter Coffman Hagen Halley Harding McGrew Martina Meckel Vogel Brainard Dante Easley Letsinger Rhodes obert S. Carter aul M. Coffman William A. Hagen Winston E. Halley Gordon L. Harding John M. McGrew Paul M. Martina Robert B. Meckel Warren Vogel Ownuo FRESHMEN Samuel P. Brainard James W. Easley Robert R. Dable D. Burnell Caxton P. Rhodes WM 339 Woodworth French, ltaef ell aug Kalinich Kotok Leh Matthews Mattis glanda Schumann Sutcliff Woodman Wright grumbaugn Bruster Conners Davis Dechant, L. EddY GaVISSEVe Goldsmith ' Mood Jaques Misch Newsom SeYn, " ' Silvera Slater Wells Wilkes arwail Gester Kietzman MahaffY Schaeffer Tolley Ware Wendt Damao Dirge BrOVIS011 • Leonard Newton Sloan 2465 LE CONTE AVENUE FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE, 1865 GAMMA IOTA CHAPTER NINETY-TWO CHAPTERS Norman UNIVERSITY H. Boke ASSOCIATES N ] Kenneth B. Sto ESTABLISHED 1900 Carroll M. Ebright Oliver M. Washburn GRADUATE Philip L. Woodworth SENIORS Geor French Vinton S. Matthews Josep L. Haefeli John A. Mattis Scott B. Houghton Frederick A. Rianda John T. Kalinich Paul A. Schumann Edward S. Kotok W Paul Sutcliff Harry C. Lieb Winston P. Hugh L. Wright OM eiNiiiI JUNIORS Granville Brumbaugh William M. Herrod Robert H. Bruster Bruce D. Jaques Herrick A. Conners George A. Misch A. Raymond Davis, Jr. Thomas R. Newsom L. Dechant C. Phillip Seymour James S. Eddy Henry Silvera Robert L. Darwall W. L. Kietzman, Jr. Peter W. Gester . SOPHOMORES Robert L. Schaeffer Richard B. Ware Howard E. Tolley Alpheus E. Garrissere Ronald B. Slater John Goldsmith Lester K. Wells, Jr. Wilkes, Jr. Steve R. Mahaffy Gustav H. Wendt, Jr. FRESHMEN 1016 H. Wilfried Barmann Richard F. Dechant Robert Birge William E. Leonard Gordon Qnson William Newton 0. Robert Sloan 340 • on 2311 LE CONTE AVENUE FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1894 ONE CHAPTER ow UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES B Collett Knowlton Miles Olson Bartley Ferguson Gulmon Harlan Kelley Mallory Smith, W Veit Worsham Davis Galvin Hansen Jenkins Lisman Marsh Trafton, A. Bennett Franklin M. E. Van Duzer Cordes Willis T. MacKinnon Parker Talbot SENIORS Stirling Driggs Collett Frederick J. Miles Charles R. Knowlton Carl A. Olson • JUNIORS Bar Hugh L. Kelley ck Carrico Paul B. Mallory . Brooks Ferguson Wayne E. Smith obert H. Gulmon Robert Solon Warren G. Harlan Wesley A. Veit Dwight Worsham SOPHOMORES Chester A. Davis Bert J. Jenkins Grant Galvin Van B. Lisman Robert E. Hansen Harry P. Marsh Armand E. Trafton FRESHMEN 0 Loring T. Bennett Merrill K. Smith Gordon E. Franklin Erving R. Trafton Valentine Van Duzer, Jr. 341 Brewer Bryan By nto " Groesbeck Hogan levels Steam " Thomas Wilcox W ittscheu Bastin) Bradt ord Clark vkcgan Kemp Kennedy Rice Soule Banker Bell Berwick Brush GusUY Davis Mt4e3 Durkee Goodell Grant Hill Hogland Putnam Read Y. Starbird Taylor Waddell Williams Wolff Wright Barber Carlson Davis de FremerY Farquhar Hamilton Hunt Jones St. Goar Welch BETA III THETA PI 2607 HEARST AVENUE 41 FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1839 OMEGA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1879 NINETY CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES nd H. Bronson E. G. Smith rt C. Moffitt George M. Stratton Charles A. Ramm Nicholas L. Taliaferro Edwin C. Van Dyke David J. Stone Stewart W. Groesbeck William P. Thomas A. Bruce Hayes Max Wilcox, Jr. g JUNIORS Chester A. Kemp Douglas L. Kennedy Edward R. Rice III Stanley E. Soule MORES P. Keith Hayes Robert C. Hill Alander F. Hogland Richard I. Putman Ralph W. Ready Roy Starbird, Jr. Wyman L. Taylor James R. Waddell Kenneth A. Williams George Wolff, Jr. Frank J. Wright SENIORS V. Brewer, Jr. Albert D. Hogan Job . Bryan Kenneth D. Lewis Lewis R. Byington Theodore P. Wittschen James H. Barston William P. Bradford Robert C. Clark Robert Hogan SOPHO m H. Banker on Bell bert C. Berwick raid F. Brush t E. Busby d W. Davis Iph B. Dewey ilfred L. Durkee Donald E. Goodell Clark H. Grant • Noble Hamilton homas E. homas W. Carlson Joseph C. Hunt, Jr. Richard M. Davis Walter P. Jones, Jr. Paul W. de Fremery Walter T. St. Goar Robert L. Farquhar Edward G. Welch Warren Harney Wilson 342 343 I HEARST AVENU FOUNDED AT PRINCETON UNIVERSITY, 1824 LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1875 THIRTY-FIVE CHAPTERS ASSOCIATE • Paul S. Taylor GRADUATES Martin R. Erickson Harris Huey SENIORS John Burns Joseph Ralston Frederick Fletcher Clinton Roberts Rodney Guilfoil Charles Rodier Donald Levis John Van Riper Jim Warren JUNIORS George Baker Robert Gilfillan Gurney Breckenfeld Douglass North Henry Evers Hugh Steven SOPHOMORES Joseph Baker Alden McElrath Frank Bender Bert Meek A. Harold Cenedella John Pearson Grant Fletcher William Reordan Alan Hiester Robert Shattuck Robert Kutz Peter Swartz Richard Tevis FRESHMEN Robert Breckenfeld Edgar Lion William Devereux Oliver Snook John Holland William Weeks Samuel Jones Gordon Weston Erickson Huey Burns Fletcher Guilfoil Levis Ralston Roberts Rodier Van Riper r G. Breckenfeld Evers G Wilton North Steven J Bender Cenedella Fletcher Hiester Rutz McElrath Meek Pearson Reardon Shattuck rstz Devereux Holland Jones Lion Snook Weeks Weston Ferrier, Berl Brown Bryan Henn Becker Berntsen Chappell Cox Herrmann 2311 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1841 ALPHA DELTA DELTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1895 TWENTY-FIVE CHAPTERS Imrie Johnson, C. Johnson, H. Montgomery Paddock Pearson Snyder Tavernetti Thunen T ilton UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Perry Evans W. W. Ferrier, Jr. ADUATES Hugh W. Ferrier Watkins Barlow Blair Clifford Dool John B. Beck Laurence J. Kennedy, Jr. li SENIORS Emery Escher %eh Evans H all Halloran Hannon King aug Shepard Smith Francis L. Bryan Redge F. Henn Edward L. Barry, Jr. John T. Brown JUNIORS WAY Danis Gilchrist Karn McCullough George C. Becker, Jr. Carl A. Berntsen, Jr. Edward D. Chappell William F. Cox Bliss Herrmann es R. Imrie, Jr. arl Johnson Corwin H. J Robbins Weichhart Winston SOPHO William R. Barlow George Blair Frederick Clifford Howard P. Devol rles B. Emery Hugh Montgomery, Jr. Eliot E. Paddock F. H. Pearson, Jr. William E. Snyder Thomas F. Tavernetti Robert W. Thunen Peter D. Tilton Leonard E. Watkins MORES 40 Robert W. Hall Ralph J. Halloran Houston A. Hannon Stanley L. King Daniel A. Naughton ' Him W. Escherich Jack L. Shepard hard W. Evans David J. Smith Earl W. Wagy William H. Davis, Jr. Frederick N. Gilchrist Donald Karn Charles S. FRESHMEN John S. McCullough Keith Robbins John M. Weichhart Winston 344 of Ravenscroft Cox@ Jones Jurgenson Read Reid Rissler Salveson Torre Allen Beland Knowles Matsen Murphy Young Goodridge Tharp Boles Glotfelty Matthews Sa ff ores EL 27 EUCLID AVENUE FOUNDED AT HE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNI ONE CHAPTER UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES J. Burdette Brown, Sr. Herbert B. Foster, Sr. Milton C. Fitzgerald James F. Ryan F. S. Foote, M.D. Budd J. Smith, D Herman A. Spindt GRADUATE Robert W. Ravenscroft SENIORS Winthrop K. Coxe LeGrande L. Reid Arthur Jones Charles K. Rissler F. Jurgenson Melvin E. Salveson Richard 0. Read Gary J. Torre Charles A. Allen Thomas J. Beland Kelly Kimes JUNIORS William A. Knowles Magnus M. Matsen Garth Murphy Leland S. Young SOPHOMORES Milton K. Goodridge Hanlon P. Tharp FRESHMEN Robert L. Boles Edward R. Glotfelty Robert Matthews Orell P. Saffores 345 • 2200 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT CORNELL UNIVERSITY, 1890 CALIFORNIA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1910 THIRTY-FOUR CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES sse L. Carr, M.D. Frank M. Russell Nairne F. Ward GRADUATES Lester D. Rohwer SENIORS R. Anderson George H. Normandin rant Holcomb, Jr. Clifford Schafer Robert V. Winkler JUNIORS gene H. Barbera Herbert Reich artin J. Beck Joseph A. Shaw William Buchanan Robert E. Shirrell Vernon W. Gaston Thomas W. Stone Robert G. Morlan Jack R. Sweeney SOPHOMORES oheY Rohwer Anderson olconib Schafer Winkler Barbera Beek Buchanan Gaston Morlan Reich Shae Shirr ell Stone s k I einmer Manlove Stone Fox aleY Harlow Rowe Strickland 0 esK. Dobey , r 01 Grover H. Klemmer Robert S. Manlove Robert W. Olson Vincent Rossi Robert W. Stone FRESHMEN Norman L. Fox Joe P. Haley Paul E. Harlow Harry M. Rowe John Strickland Richard Trezevant MEM I I 346 Sherwin Souther Stroud Vail Allen Good fellow Kincaid William G. Scharpff SOPHOMORES 11 2302 PIEDMONT AVENUE NDED AT YALE UNIVERSITY, 1844 TA ZETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1876 FORTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS 1 Henshaw Mike! Putnam Scharpff de Juno Edgar Farmer Gifford Goodman Holmes McEntyre Mein e lliam C. de Jung las S. Edgar er Farmer An Gifford Booth B. Goodman John W. Holmes Howard B. Allen Robert C. Daly George F. Goodfellow Edson Kincaid Claude H. McEntyre Gardner W. Mein David C. Sherwin Harold W. Souther John Stroud Richard M. Vail Loron W. Lase11 Robert I. Pearce Mortimer Smith, Jr. John F. Wilder FRESHMEN Lasell Pearce Smith Wilder Wilson Frank Wilson Allyn Franklin Peterune • Skerry Van s tyke e Gray Kitchin UNIVERS ITY ASSOCIATES H. W. Ballantine C. G. Hyde R. S. Minor SENIORS John Kitchin Paul J. Franklin Chas. W. Petersmeyer Frank B. Gray Sutherland R. Leland Van Slyke Burton C. Allyn Davis Edward T. Henshaw JUNIORS Rossiter L. Mikel Thomas M. Putnam, Jr. 347 glak Coogan Cornell Fisher Gaddis Ghent Roll Hawley Haynes Melt) Meyer Cain Daily unn Griffin Knox Mackey McKinney Marshall Miller iccolls {lett, Sacre Vieille 0)(1110 Anderson Daggett Dore Fox Gray Madeira Norris Parrish Pearce Phillips Schwegler Shannon Strong de Sousa Ford Ophurn Peck Talbot Thompson DE TAU DELTA 2425 HILLSIDE AVENUE FOUNDED AT BETHANY COLLEGE, 1859 BETA OMEGA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1898 SEVENTY-FIVE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES C. Duncan Armin 0. Leuschner ands S. Foote Morrough P. O ' Brien Brutus Hamilton Warren C. Perry George H. Hart Chester H. Rowell Frank L. Kelly Charles E. Rugh John C. Larkin Thomas B. Steel SENIORS Paul S. Blak Richard L. Ghent Emmons W. Coogan Robert J. Hall Nathan L. Cornell, Jr. Bruce L. Hawley Russell W. Fisher Raymond W. Haynes illiam Gaddis Henry • John P. Meyer JUNIORS I Andrew C Marshall Ralph H. Miller, Jr. Charles Niccolls John F. Ratto Leverett P. Sacre Richard C. Vieille MI George C. Woolley SOP OMORES 4 s J. Anderson Westrik Norris n Daggett George A. Parrish A. Dore Russell H. Pearce e Fox Rodney Phillips s Gray Paul J. Schwegler A. Madeira Samuel G. Shannon Edward F. Strong FRESHMEN Bernard de Sousa James L. Hayden hn L. Ford Raymond Ogburn muel C. Fortier till Norman S. Peck Glenn N. Hawley Harry M. Talbot Douglas Thompson 111111 am an Daily, Jr. illiam P. Griffin M. am J. Knox endell C. Mackey an G. McKinney a 348 11! 2425 WARRING STREE DED AT WILLIAMS COLL 834 ORNIA CHAPTER ESTABLIS 1896 SIXTY-ONE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Edward V. Brewer Monroe E. Deutsch Lloyd L. Farrar James Hopper, Jr. Neal McKeller arks W. Merriam eorge R. Noyes Donald Pyle Lawrence M. Price 411111 Robert Sibley Herbert R. Stolz James W. Thompson Robertson Ward Herbert C. Wyckoff Atherton Barbour Bundschu Elmendorf Howell McCain May Nelson Rea Amonette daily Canning Cottle Franklin C. Hunt Lewis Monteith White Fox French Julius Levenson Lippi SENIORS W. Robert Howell Donald C. Barbour William M. McCain Geary R. Bundschu Albert S. May Thomas N. Elmendorf John A. Nelson, Jr.4.1 Frederic M. Rea Ines JUNIORS 0. Amonette, Jr. MarsGeorgehall V. T. Herrero Hunt C. illiam Canning Stuart A. Lewis John W. Cottle Richard N. Little Robert Franklin Peter S. Monteith Alvin S. White Atherton Sapire Ward Will iants Breeden Carey Davies Enright Evilest Herrero J Kayser Kindt Ledwich Mower Nelson Paxton Pike Scott Simon Toms Trunk Wild 411 SOPHOMORES Chris B. Fox, Jr. Richard M. Lippi Richard L. French Allan L. Sapiro L. Julius John T. Ward Charles R. Lavenson Robert B. Williams FRESHMEN James E. Breeden Charles J. Carey, Jr. Orland G. Davies Harold R. Ebright Jack R. Eyman John E. Herrero John-D. Kayser Harvey V. Kindt, Jr. Thomas W. Ledwich Jack H. Mower Edgar E. L. Nelson Marshall W. Paxton John W. Pike Alfred W. Scott, Jr. Carl E. Simon, Jr. Parker Toms Harold C. Trunk Mount G. Wild 349 Alton S Etat lachey Brunings, Clark Cornell Detwiler Fr eItag Gillen orstmann Lake Mayock Miller Plumb Stauffacher Stevens Wing Williams Bernhard tIgS • Daugherty Dibble Dillingham Mallory Winters Cumming Davidson Hardie Jones Leung Turne r • 2425 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT WASHINGTO AND LEE UNIVERSITY, 1865 LPHA XI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1895 SIXTY-SIX CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATE E. Hoadley Jack C. Peppin GRADUATE Robert M. Yost IORS S. Alton John G. Fluck obert J. Considine David E. Lewis Asaisi APP11 H JUNIORS G. Ballachey ck A. Brunings chard P. Clark P. Cornell. Jr. am S. Detwiler nox R. Fre tag Wallace M. Giffen, Jr. R. C. Horstmann, Jr. Thomas L. Lake Welburn S. Mayock Mervyn M. Miller Ronald E. Myers II Glenn D. Newton, Jr. Charles W. Plumb, Jr. Chas. F. Stauffacher Robert F. Stevens Jack F. Whipple Floyd J. Williams SOPHOM$ES 41, Manley J. Bernhard John C. Dillingham Warren B. Brunings Robert E. Hail Marvin E. Daugherty Fred R. Mallory George T. Dibble Frederick E. Winters FRESHMEN 41i Bruce H. Cumming Thomas P. Jones, Jr. Arthur M. Davidson Graham M. Leup Albert M. Hardie John S. Turner 350 ke 0. Brubaker rchie K. Cameron m. C. Cameron, Jr. Carl R. Carlsen David Divanovich, Jr. William M. Douglass Kenneth A. Hickey James N. Hicks C. D. Hillman III Robert W. Hongola Bert Jameyson John E. McInerney Diffenbaur I Foster j Hunt, T. Kuney Ley Price Scruggs Stricker Thompson Tucker Williams 2510 LE CONTE AVENUE FOUNDED AT MIDDLEBURY COLLEGE, 1905 LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1924 EIGHTEEN CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATE • Frederick L. Nettell SENIORS Brubaker Cameron, Cameron, 141 ' Divanovich ss H ickey Hicks arry Diffenbaugh, Jr. R. Foster 1 E. Hunt as D. Hunt th A. Kuney W. Ley Richard D. Price Charles E. Scruggs Jack W. Stricker Robert E. Thompson Robert J. Tucker Robert G. Williams Hillman Jameyson McInerney Wolfe JUNIORS Kenneth G. Wolfe SOPHOMORES I t F. Chibos F. H. Hanson, Jr. th L. Fisher William H. Phelps L. Fitz J. J. H. S Carroll N. White FRESHMEN T. Coggins Henry P. Kramer t V. Emparan Rudolph Kuhn, Jr. Chibos Fisher Fitz Hanson Phelps Sturgeon White Coggin Emparan Kramer Kuhn 351 CHI LPHA 1755 LE ROY AVENUE OUNDED AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY, MU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 ONE HUNDRED AND SIX CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Dr. Eric C. Bellquist Dr. Robert 0. Moody Dr. Charles A. Kofoid Dr. Robert S. Dr. Charles C. Staehling SENIORS Hugh G. Appling Russell W. Newman Richard H. Brunjes Howard A. Sauer Albert V. Glenn Thomas I. Sinnett William D. Hohenthal H. Francis Statton Erwin N. Thode JUNIORS S. L. Carpenter III Richard H. Lohsen Erling W. Fredell F. S. Montgomery SOPHOMORES Wilford C. Anderson John E. Bailey Walter R. Bammann William T. Carson Donald R. Cone Hugh W. Killebrew Stanley G. McPherson H. Behrens Paul W. Belvel Robert L. Camp Bruce C. Chapman Alfred W. Childs Frank G. Cole John 0. Matthias Edwin A. Merritt Eugene C. Payne Eugene M. Pickett Ali William 0. Robertson George E. Scott Joseph F. Valli Evan S. Espeseth Alan E. Morgan James G. Scarlett Frank 0. Stephenson Walter E. Tweedie Charles A. Woessner FRESHMEN Pd3Pli.M Brumes Glenn Bolientha Sauer Sinnett Statton Carpenter Fredell Lohsen Montgomery Anderson Bailey Bammann Carson Cone 1(illehrew McPherson Matthias M err itt payee Pickett Robertson Scott Valli Behrens Belvel Cain!) Chapman Childs Cole Espeseth Morgan Scarlett Stephenson Tweed e Woessner 354 Anderson n gee .i ' eeriharcli 14 40 2717 HEARST AVENUE FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1848 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1873 ONE HUNDRED AND SIX CHAPTERS Palmer Inns Knight Lafitte McCarthy Mulholl Read, and Reynolds Scrim Smith G Orsbur ' n Schroeder " `r 0. Roberts Rogers Steere Swisher Tenny T. Coats Gerald 0. Hogin Gordon A. Jackson obert L. Johnson andolph Keim H. L ' Hommedieu, Jr. Robert W. Anderson Edwin C. Callan Wm. D. De Bernardi Richard C. De Golia Clyde A. Dodge, Jr. Richard H. Folmer Robert K. Innes Terrill P. Knight acques Lafitte III Donald L. Richards Frederick C. Rob William H. Rogers Richard W. Steere William L. Swisher Herbert C. Tenny Robert E. McCarthy Daniel B. Mulholland George W. Reade Robert Reynolds Thomas E. Scrivner Robert G. Smith Wm. de Warel Switzer Edward F. Willi Henry J. Zacharias Switzer Willi Zacharia Baum s Gillis Gould Norris O ' Sulliyae Peterson Robinson Wisecai ' ve ' ' e Ayres Cuttle Elliott Hodges Huntington Kocher Miller Radtke Schindler JUNIORS SOPHOMORES ichard E. Baum Alden Peterson illiam M. Gillis Calvin S. Robinson ordon Reeve Gould Robt. P. S. Shoemaker John W. Norris Wayne F. Welcome C. H. A. O ' Sullivan Robert C. Wisecarver FRESHMEN arles R. Ayres Robert W. P. Kimball eth F. Cuttle John W. Kocher chard C. Elliott Kenneth Miller rederick J. Hodges W. Edward Radtke ard Huntington David Schindler Ogg UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES H. Hildebrand J. P. McBaine rick J. Hodges P. Orman Ray Thomas Stow GRADUATES an Hogin Warren T. Earl Schroeder `. SENIORS iii 395 PIEDMONT AVENUE DED AT JEFFERSON COLLEGE, 1848 A XI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1886 SEVENTY-THREE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES varez riggs e h Jacques Schnier Willard Durham Woodbridge Metca, Norman Hinds rl SENIORS M. Coman Richard T. Ohm . Copeland Robert E. Patterson Wi Corlett Francis G. Preston De. Dunnicliff John Kilgore Reese Bat M. Ireland Gordon L. Watson la JUNIORS 4111111111M Fran Bronner Gordon E. French John M. Clark William Gilmore Garniss H. Curtis John E. Hunt, Jr. Jackson A. Doyle John R. Kennedy William J. Edinger John E. Locke Robert R. Nye SOPHOMORES 1 French Gilmore Bunt, Kennedy Locke NYe Coe Crandall Davis Hunt, C. Jensen Kenfield Phillips Reid Richardson Intl on Wells Wellman Bailey Bowker Brown Bushnell Couch Eicher Hawkins Mai Hunter Netter Sherman Watson, D. Thomas F. Cox Jack C. Crandall David Davis Challen P. Hunt John R. Phillips Spencer B. Reid Preston E. Richardson Marshall R. Tutton Miller V. Jensen John C. Wells David Kenfield Glenn R. Wollman FRESHMEN Charles H. Bailey John Eicher Walter K. Bowker William E. Hawkins George Brown William Hunter Richard H. Bushnell Elrino Neher Thomas H. Couch Edward J. She rman Dudley Watson Coma " Copeland Corlett Dunniclat Ireland Ohm Patterson Preston Reese Watson, G• Branner Clark Curbs DO " Edinger 357 Baxter Damsky King Mathewson Patterson Saunders Semmens G P, Smith Still Starch Wise Yerxa, C. R Buckles Hants Hicok Jones Start " Arpin Belding Bloomfield Cleave Hansen Jacuzzi Jurkovich Kelly La Rue Towner Hinkley T Clark Eldridge Grass Holly Hopkins Jack Watson May Kitrelle Yerxa, M. 2625 HEARST AVENUE FOUNDED AT JEFFERSON COLLEGE, 1852 GAMMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1899 FIFTY-ONE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATE G. Angelo GRADUATES o Edwin Pauley Frank M. Reynolds SENIORS 40 ert Baxter Gervies Semmens Alymond Damsky Paul Semmens :Id King Owen Guinn Smith ley Mathewson Leslie E. Still Allen Patterson Donald C. Storch Edward J. Saunders Harold C. Wise Charles T. Yerxa JUNIORS obert Binkley, Jr. Jack Hicok William Bloomfield Belding William J. Jurkovic ebb Arpin Pp SOPHOMORES Dante Jacuzzi Graham Kelly obert Buckles Richard L. Jones alph L. Hants Wilfred Staring Jack H. Cleave Donald La Rue William Hansen Francis McD. Towner FRESHMEN John Hopkins Bryce Jack Meridith Kitrelle ' Carl May Thomas Watson Yerxa 0014111111111100 Ted F. Binkley William Clark Jack Eldridge Joseph F. Grass Ernest Holly Bogardus Bah ' Brown ler 1756 EUCLID AVENUE FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, ALPHA LAMBDA CHAPTER 1903 FORTY CHAPTERS NIVERSITY ASSOCIATES David P. Barrows Walter M. Hard Thomas Buck Sanford U. Larkey Clark J. Burnham, Jr. Ivan M. Linforth John U. Calkins, Jr. George D. Louderback Malcolm M. Davisson Albert H. Mowbray Heber A. Newsom 41 SENIORS Ellis Evans Kieraff Lindsay Barker Nt4 Binge Goerl Merrill Molsou Voorhies White Bellamy Biehl Biggar, D. Hugh, ' Hunt Darrell J. Bogardus Brian J. Brady IN Vincent H. Brown William H. Chandler Donald G. Ellis Charles M. Evans Charles T. Kierulff Donald H. Lindsay William R. Norton Richard M. Peter Jose A. Salaverria Jack Van Tonningen McClintock Reilly Anderson Buckingham Chandler Clausen Cunningham Hass SOPHOMORES John B. Bellamy Charles E. Hughe Joseph P. Biehl Grant J. Hunt, Jr. David M. Biggar I. W. McClintock, William I. Reilly Ing.01 FRESHMEN Mixer Morgan Spina James J. Anderson A. M. A. Buckingham James T. Chandler Clausen N. H. Cunningham Melvin H. Hass Joseph R. Mixer Arthur I. Morgan Allan P. Spindt 1 JUNIORS Austin Q. Merrill Percy D. Molsotilli James T. Voorhies James N. White William C. Barker Whitney Biggar Conrad H. Goerl 358 roe Bishop Burrows Cochran Ogle Ramirez J. B Smith 2335 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1906 NU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1921 FORTY CHAPTERS Delucchi Mann Murphy Nelson UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Edwin Emery James H. Shideler GRADUATE Jarvis E. Bishop Shaver Smith Wictorin Brame SENIORS Burk BUMS Coates Devlin Peter Burrows William F. Cochran Burdette A. Ogle Norbert D. Ramirez James W. Routh, Jr. Rob ert W. Routh Floyd F. Smith, Jr. JUNIORS Louis R. Delucchi Albert D. Nelson Ralph G. Mann Edward S. Shaver, Jr. Budd J. Murphy Carlton M. Smith Clifford E. Wictorin Gunn Ellis, J. English. SOPHOMORES Fugazi Hager Hislop Muscardini Roger J. Brague Wayne E. Burk Thomas J. Burns Kenneth A. Coates Robert E. Devlin James R. Dunn Frank W. Ellis F. Schulz Baxter Bentinck .p John W. Ellis, Jr. Peter F. English Robert A. Fugazi Melvin 0. Hager William J. Hislop John J. Muscardini Frank W. Pisani Alvin G. Schulz FRESHMEN Donald J. Baxter Richard C. Bentinck Phillip L. Crum Gennaro A. Filice, Jr. Edgar M. Giles Matthew C. Lynch Michael R. Pisani Robert M. Preston Crum Filice Giles Lynch M Preston AwismorvA, atm 359 Greenwell Brown Fairman Gough 22 11 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT ASSACHUSETTS STATE COLLEGE, 1873 OMEGA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1909 FORTY-FOUR CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Richard L. Adams Walter Frederick Charles E. Chapman Franklin C. Palm Clinton Evans Herbert I. Priestley Kenneth Priestley GRADUATE Martin Greenwell SENIORS James Brown Robert Fairman Harlan Gough John Joyce Thomas Joyce i ' JUNIORS Glen Jack Martin Julian Har Robert Reinhard Robert Holtermann Julian Taylor Robert Isbell Z. A. Typaldos 0, jot John Verfurth iiii SOPHOMORES Robert Hinshaw Vincent La Barge John Leidorf Dean Lewis Tom Mason Stanley Sharp James Thompson Robert Yingst FRESHMEN Robert Hunt David Mann C. William Reinhard R rd Ward v I Joyce, Joyce, Mar in Morris Newell Pitt Thomas Van Stone CasPer Harvey Bolt ormann Isbell I Martin Reinhard, R. Taylor Typaldos Verfurth Anderson Benson Coates Cohb Ellis Hinshaw La Barge Leidorf Lewis Mason Thompson Yingst Alen Braun Hunt Reinhard, C. good Harry Morris Warner Newell William Pitt James Thomas Clifford G. Van Stone Jack Albright Robert Anderson Robert Benson Harold Cates Nelson Church Barrett Coates Forrest Cobb 4 Calvin Ellis James Alen Gustav Braun Douglas Donnan 360 Becker R •••. z Carver Clement Hangar( ' Savage Williams Allen Bostick Franklin Gallichotte Naufield 2324 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA, 1868 ALPHA SIGMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1912 EIGHTY CHAPTERS 411111011! UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Philip H. Arnot Warren D. Homer William L. Bender Alson R. Kilgore Edward C. Bull Frederick G. Linde Ernest W. Cleary Robert C. Martin Carl L. Hoag Thomas Dale Stewart GRADUATES Arthur G. Becker Richard G. Brown Thomas H. Carver SENIORS eorge H. Clement William W. Savage Jack B. Haggard Robert E. Williams JUNIORS Hubert B. Allen Clifford L. Kaufield Frank E. Bostick George R. McDonald William 0. Franklin Frederick H. Sawyer Vernon H. Gallichotte E. Royce Tamm Robert P. Washburn McDonald, a Sawyer G. Tatum Washburn Bennett Bibbero Carlson Potterer Harden Harrah Hernandez Jacuzzi McDonald, 141. Newnan Parker Smith Whelan Bishco Robert Alameida Marshall L. Bennett Stanley S. Bibbero Robert D. Carlson Kenneth C. Futterer Jack Harden, Jr. George A. Harrah H. Paul Hernandez Giocondo F. Jacuzzi William C. McDonald Henry P. Newman C. Dean Newnan Kenton L. Parker Armand Prud ' homme Jack H. Smith William A. Whelan SOPHOMORES Block Brown L Ducker: Findlay FRESHMEN au Charles Chapin Bishop Lawrence E. Brown Jack J. Block Peter H. Ducker Robert D. Findlay niv 361 362 2727 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT THE COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON, 1904 GAMMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1909 THIRTY-TWO CHAPTERS Moore, J. D. Morgan Buxton Hellier UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES 00 H. E. Erdman Frank Wickhorst SENIORS Howe Knapp Plemons Prosser VaaY " t P. Harrison James JUNIORS John S. Buxton Ray Dunn Bruce H. Hellier Odia E. Howe, Jr. F. Willard Knapp Charles Peterson Christy W. Plemons Gerald F. Prosser Kos Laflin moMurrY MicXelberry Peter P. Van den Bosch SOPHOMORES avid J. Dayton Alan J. McMurry Charles T. Harrison Alden C. James Owen K. Kuns Ben T. Laflin FRESHMAN Ray Garner 11 John E. Mickelberry John B. Moore Robert Van den Bosch Harry A. White, Jr. James D. Moore, Jr. John H. Morgan 2250 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT YALE UNIVERSITY, 1895 CALIFORNIA TAU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1922 THIRTY-THREE CHAPTERS • T UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Charles W. Lamden GRADUATES Jerome L. Moss Jack Strasberg SENIORS SanforWoldner Edwin Meltzer Michael Klebanoff Joel A. Luhn Stanton M. Markovits Melvin H. Schwartz Bernard Wolf Arthur Zukin Raymond I. Altman Albert Aronson Wilbert B. Fountain Gerald J. Goldberg Nathaniel Hellman JUNIORS Alan Alch Benj. L. Kimmelsman Harvey L. Flax Robert L. Kline Jack Gorby Bert F. Reisfelt Arthur W. Gutenberg Edward B. Reynolds Vernon 0. Heyman Joseph Rosenbaum Stanford M. Shane SOPHOMORES errold L. Bromberg Sam F. Heyman, Jr. J. Gardner 40 Harold Hyden R. Goldware Hillard I. Lerner rank R. Goodman Leonard Reisfelt David J. Thurm FRESHMEN Franklyn Barnett Paul J. Hoffman Matthew B. Dorfman Daniel H. Kurzman Theodore T. Feinstein Burton A. Markovits Jacob M. Garfinkle Robert F. Rubel, Jr. Morris I. Ginsburg Robert A. Stark Nathaniel Gorman Richard Wachs William W. Herman Walter I. Wotman Meltzer Moss Strasberg Altman Aronson Fountain Go Idber e I I in a I Luh Markovits Sclvw ,rt Wolf z Zukin A lch Flax Gorky n Heyma j man Kline Reisfelt Reynolds Rosenbaum Shane Bromberg Gardner Goldware Goodman Heyman Hyde,, Lerner Reisfelt Thum Barnett Dorf man Feinstein Garfinkle j Ginshur Gorman Herman Hoff man Kurzman Markovits Rubel Stark Wachs Wotman 363 1 Anderson Dill Elmore Haile Heber Holmes Shelton Smith Statile Wood Anilins1 Benson Clark Coutchie Eat leton Fulton Garner %lion KibbeY McLaren Ron. Robb Supple 1815 HIGHLAND PLACE UNDED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1833 SILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1902 TWENTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Gilbert B. Becker Donald Mackay William C. Bray Howard Nattziger Bernard Etcheverry James J. Parsons Martin Flaherty Ernest E. Ramsaur Howard Fleming ,ffi Leon Richardson Hoyt C. Franchere Struan T. Rudolph Schevill SENIORS 411111110 Thomas Andrews Johnson Leaf Ramsaur Rutledge Thomas Banning Bickerton aymond 0. Amling vIonroe Benson, Jr. Ocumpaugh Rawn, Robbins Roe , Tapp ernaY Woo es IN JUNIORS Hartcourt Hervey, Jr. Mead B. Kibbey Thomas L. McLaren William L. Rawn, Jr. Hunter S. Robbins, Jr William T. Simpson Pelletier H. Supple Dudley W. Thomas Arthur E. Anderson Edward F. Dill William Z. Elmore Benjamin C. Haile Richard R. Heber lb Paul Holmes Sid W. Shelton Forrest M. Smith Ted T. Staffler Tom C. Wood Albert L. Clark, Jr. B. Coutchie John W. Eagleton William B. Fulton Fred D. Garner Chas. I. Hamilton, Jr. SOPHOMORES obert D. Andrews Robert L. Ramsaur S. Johnson W. E. Rutledge, Jr. avid M. Leaf Hayward Thomas • FRESHMEN ock Banning III Jack K. Robbins H. Bickerton George H. Roe T. MacKay Timothy G. Tapp avid E. Ocumpaugh John S. Vernay, Jr. C. Rawn Jim B. Wood 364 John Galbraith Worlin Gray Charles Huff Fred Merrell Frank Pimentel George Prugh Shirley Summers Wright Will tt E. Brownlee Victor E. Cole Thurston Crossland John Delehanty H. J. Englebright Llewellyn Evans George Folsom Richard 4 365 2722 BANCROFT WAY FOUNDED AT NIVERSITY OF ALABAMA, 1856 CALIFORNIA BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1894 ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES A. F. Blanks Stuart Daggett R. D. Calkins Robert Darby R. W. Chaney Mel Gipe Stanley K. Crook William Marsh Ralfe Miller GRADUATE Emmett Gebauer SENIORS JUN Robert Conn Homer Damir Raymond de Hay Robert Dennis Fred Gilbert Orville e J. Hatcher Mark SOPHOMORES IORS Jack McQuary Lesly Meyer William Russ Fred Scobey Dona Robert Stevens Donald Selby Norman Watson Robert Hartley Homer Hayward F Hal Ling Richard Henninger John Leidholt , I J. G. Burnette, Jr. Richard Jaeger Harold Dayton Kenyon Kendall Warren Dobson 4 Philip Knox Harry Graham Jack MacElhanty. Donald Graney John Percival Stanley Harris Robert Weeks John Ziegler Gebauer Brownlee Cote Crossland Delehanty Eva le Evans brit j Folsom Galbraith Gray Huff Merrell Pimentel Prugh Summers Wright Conn Damir de Hay Dennis Gilbert Hatcher McDonough McQuary Meyer Russ Scobey Sag, Stevens WatSZni Hartley Hayward Henninger Leidholt Ling Burnette Dayton Dobson Graham Graney Harris Jaeger Kendall MacElhanty Percival Weeks Ziegler Bleuel Carpenter Dawson Felchlin Hartman Hildebrandt Lewis Lindman inner Poore Bea Schafer Smith Thompson Bouhaben Davidson Henderson Hertel 361 Lasell Peixotto P leasants Sheerer Steele Townsend Bliss Callahan ixon Hall Miller Pond Stearns and Welch Wyatt Cannon Dickson Drennan Eustis Harris Holland t011etrick Kilpa I remser Mitchell Peterson 5 COLLEG r VENUE OUNDED AT MIAMI UNIVERSITY, 1855 LPHA BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1886 NINETY-EIGHT CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Charles A. Noble Clarence M. Price George E. Stevens GRADUATE Fred L. Wyatt SENIORS aymond Hall tl y 0. McGovney 40 S. Bleuel e C. Carpenter Cloyd 0. Dawson, Jr. Robert A. Eldridge James A. Felchlin Norbert G. Hartman D. H. Hildebrandt Paul B. Th Jerome R. Lewis George E. Lindman Edward B. Pinger Robert A. Poore Charles E. Rea Harrison P. Schafer Laforest B. Smith ompson, Jr. IMO JUNIORS 411 Emile H. Bouhaben Stuart N. Davidson Lewis D. Henderson Michael Hertel na S. Jehl Ernest R. Lasell, Jr. James M. Peixotto William F. Pleasants Cedric Sheerer Roger C. Steele Charles E. Townsend, Jr. SOPHOMORES L. Bliss es D. Callahan Henry G. Dixon W. Hall y S. Miller Robert M. Pond Edward V. B. Stearns Richard T. Ward Steven H. Welch, Felton M. Wyatt FRESHMEN Fred K. Cannon Jackson C. Dickson Jack J. Dreiman William H. Eustis Richard A. Harris Kenneth M. Holland Franklin S. Holley Charles H. Kilpatrick Paul E. Kremser Robert A. Mitchel Marcus E. Peterson Barnes Hildreth Huston Lutes Morehouse Sieck Smalls Thiele Votoniore, Arnold 2710 BANCROFT WAY FOUNDED AT MILITARY INSTITUTE, 1869 BETA PSI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1892 NINETY-SIX CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES es R. Dodson Peyt on Hurt Robert H. Merriman NIORS M., nes Edward J. Morehouse James B. Hildreth Charles A. Sieck, Jr. George R. Huston William E. Smails Gerald E. Lutes John W. Thiele MOP Leroy S. Younggren JUNIORS and C. Arnold Lee C. McFarland D. Benton, Jr. Harold 0. Perry alter M. Blomberg M. H. Silverthorn John F. Bricker Norman H. Sloane Rodger F. Dunstan William A. Smith Earle P. Durley William B. Swan Franklin R. Lloyd Robert S. Thaman Boyd W. Lucas, Jr. Earl Wilson AMP SOPHOMORES IP JL kris W. Anderson Richard W. Hamilto illiam A. Cluthe, Jr. John P. Kearns Walter Dedrick James H. Moffett, r. Edgar L. Dow Lawrence E. Pickett Henry G. Emery Jack Redinger John Ferguson Walter B. Simpson John R. Fitzhenry George H. Stevens M. Frizell Fenn J. Wilson T. Swisher F Roscoe E. Hazard, Jr. Richard D. Holman John R. Kenny Richard L. Niello Robert L. Robinson Donald E. Wheeler Benton Blonther Bricker 4 Dunstan burley Lloyd Lucas cFa Perry id Sil verthorn 1 Howard B. Alvord arold A. Bentley 411t, hn H. Berryman avid W. Cobb Bruce E. Duncan FRESHMEN Sloane Smith Swan Thaman Wilsmr Anderson Cluthe De Bo Brick w Emery Ferguson Fitzhenrfy Frizell Ham ill°, Kearns I Moffett Pickett Redinger Simpson Stevens Swisher Wilscn A Ivor( ' ley Berryman Cobb Duncan Hazard Holman Kenny Niello Rob illS011 Wheeler 367 2731 BANCROFT WAY NDED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1827 HA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1912 TEN CHAPTERS 11 UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES William Cruess Harold Leupp William Donald Grant Loomis GRADUATE Philip S. Crane SENIORS Robert S. Doane Robert L. Olson William S. Fisher Belding H. Scribner Lee E. Ham George G. Taylor JUNIORS L. Dinwiddie Warren Lawrence Robert M. Yelland, Jr. SOPHOMORES Edward 0. Donald Richard E. Lloyd William R. Irwin, Jr. Robert Lockhart Jay M. Jacobus David B. Stewart Thomas S. Talman FRESHMEN Thompson J. Hudson Theodore Kro r Peter W. Irwin John L. Stewart Charles A. Sweet Crane Doane Fisher Ham Olson Scribner Taylor Dinwiddie Lawrence. Yelland Donald W ' .1z. colitis 1_100 Lockhart Stewart, D. Tatman lAuds-n Irwin, P. Kroeber Stewart, J. Sweet 368 369 iton 2420 LE CONTE AVENU — - IN , NDED AT RICHMOND COLLEGE, 1901 ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1910 SEVENTY CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Robert Aitken James Corley James Ford , Al Ragan Arthur Sampson H. R. Wellman GRADUATE Robert Crane SENIORS Roy C. Cunningham Jack B. Klukkert Edward B. Davis, Jr. Oliver Malcolmson Richard H. Griffin John L. Reese Edmund Avery Tindell Babcock Hayden HumishreY Lann Crane Cunningham Davis Griffin Hlukkert Malcohnso Reese 11 Tindell McIntosh Moe Smyth Tonascia Bailey H IV Brorsen Petersen F. Anderson Robert M. Babcock Newport E. Hayden George K. Humphreys Stanley H. Lann Hamilton P. Bailey Wesley Bailey JUNIORS Funk Graves Stafford Woltz SOPHOMORES Arthur M. McIntosh Robert T. Moe Melvin A. Moffitt Sidney H. Smyth, Jr. James A. Tonascia James K. Brorsen Carl T. Petersen Jack Bingham FRESHMEN John E. Graves Herbert W. Funk Harry F. Stafford Robert L. Woltz A I M 2312 WARRING STREET FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA, 1908 EPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1916 FIFTEEN CH ERS 1 UNIVERSITY ASSOCIAT Thomas C. Mayhew 11± GRADUATE Eugene H. Baker SENIORS S. Amstrup William McConnaha Langpaap Allen Mirk Edward Wits JUNIORS Baker kastruP Lan9Paat, McConnaha Mirk gallaNkt capPe, ' COY Rinfert N ilmarth Hempel ti Kunz Owens knot 11 H. Ballagh E. Camper incent Cryer Donald Kalish Claire Rinfert Scott Wilmarth CocIke. Jennings Morgan SOPHOMORES ijo Louis C. nz, Jr. Robert V. Owens HMEN p Arnot John C. Jennings obert E. Cocke, Jr. Lloyd E. Morgan Norman R. Walter John E. Hempel Gavin N. High 370 di THET CHI Ill 2462 LE CONTE AVENUE 371 Cleeves Lake B Ball Boydstun Cady COUPS011 Dauphinee Folks Hack Jackson Lee Spiess Williams Anderson Cain Connelley Taylor P Teddy • Broocks Chapm Cleevanes Conlisk Coryell Crawford Farley Reinhard Sedowick it, Wirt Anderson R h • 8ruce Cleary Conway Harrison FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF NORWICH, 1856 MU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 FIFTY CHAPTERS SOPHOMORES Hilary Crawford, Jr. William Farley Jack Reinhard Daniel Sedgwick Keith Taylor Robert Wirt 40 FRESHMEN William Conway Wilfrid Harrison Robert Kayser Kenneth Rankin Alan Stagner Robert Anderson Robert Angwin Vernon Bruce John Cleary William Broocks Donald Chapman Charles Cleeves Raimon Conlisk Thomas Coryell 4 UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATE Dr. L. H. Peterson i GRADUATES Earl Lake SENIORS Jack Folks George Hack Stanley Jackson DeLoss Lee Noel Spiess Malcolm Williams Vincent Cleeves Bruce Angwin Wilfred Ball John Boydstun Norman Cady Columbus Courson, Jr. Howard Dauphinee I Harry Anderson Victor Cain JUNIORS Ellis Connelley Philip Taylor Jack Teddy 1ssmffsf • TH • A 2647 DURANT AVENUE DED AT UNION COLLEGE, 1 ELTA DEUTERON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1900 TWENTY-EIGHT CHAPTERS NIVERSITY ASSOCIA Burton A. King Worth Ryder GRADUATES The re Castle John N. Th B. Bell Raymond K. lasso Robert L. Brosemer Hamilton Lowe Harry B. Buck William M. Seevers Maurice A. Straub JUNIORS Richard M. Lloyd James S. Moore John K. Reynolds Earl L. Thomas James P. Waller 1111 S. Derian • L. Foreman J. Gilliam Holyoake Will H. Kitchen George B. Campbell F. Melvin Enos Robert C. Evans William C. Jones Melvin H. Kelly William H. Lasater Sydney J. Meek David R. Purrington Robert P. Reddingius Richard K. Todd John E. Walton 1 R. M. Williams, Jr. Castle Thurber Bell Brooder Buck Glasscock Lowe Seegers Smith Straub Derian Foreman Gilli liolIoake Kitchen Lloyd moors Reynolds Thomas Waller Campbell Enos Egos Jens Kelly Lasater meek, Reddidgms Todd Walton ants Wright Beetz Rya Hamilton Hill Jewett Krueger Prieur Shaeffer iegel Wilbur L. Wright FRESHMEN Had . Beetz Wit m S. Frolli Lee Hamilton Thomas K. Hill Harold W. Jewett Judson E. Krueger Arthur A. Prieur Fred A. Shaeffer, Jr Eugene C. Smith Robert L. Wiegel w 372 Baker Clute Edwards Gundlach, M. Thomas Cunha Gundlach, R. H 1730 LA LOMA AVENUE FOUNDED AT RENESSELAR POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE, 1864 CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1910 00 THIRTY-SIX CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES aymond W. Jeans Harry W. Shepherd am J. Raymond Edwin C. Voorhies 11666 6 Raymond D. Edwards Melvin P. Gundlach ed Baker George M. Clute Huntalas Kreling Maurseth Mitchell Simonton Spahr Cerles Conway Hardin Johnson Klinkner Kretzmer Podesta Rodge Ruelarss Milton T. Cunha obert Gundlach William House illiam N. Huntalas oseph E. Kreling James A. Maurseth Ferguson S. Mitchell John H. Simonton John R. Spahr John S. Wellington Runyon Steffens Walker Weissich SOPHOMORES Raymond N. Cerles illiam J. Conway illiam S. Hardin es E. Johnson obert P. Klinkner illiam Kretzmer Theodore Weissich IMMO FRESHMAN F. Clinton Murphy Murphy A. Jack Podesta David L. Rodgers Byron Ruelas William N. Runy Richard J. Lynn P. Walker Alvin D. Thomas JUNIORS 373 Schwarz peon Eliaser Finkelstein ?• Golden Kaufman Lederer Levy, Riga Schwartz, p- Schwartz, Steinsapir M. Steins?,Pir Finkle B• 1_030 Livingston Rosenblum Albeeton Neumann Silverman ZelinskY Burk Cohen Cohn Cowans Frederick Friedman Goldeen Raskin La:1W Levy, S. Rosenberg, B. Rosenberg, E• 1712 EUCLID AVENUE FOUNDED AT COLLEGE OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, 1898 ETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 19 THIRTY-ONE CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES ' . Ido Cohn 4 Harold H. Lindner Charles Fletcher Max Radin GRADUATE Werner Schwarz SENIORS e Aron . Eliaser Wolfgang Le Joseph E. L I. Finkelstein Alvin V. Riga Frank Alan A. Schwartz . Golden Marshall J. Schwartz man f Kenneth M. Steinsapir Eugene D. Finkle JUNIORS Charles P. Lebo Ralph Frank, Jr. Irvin I. Livingston, Howard M. Rosenblum SOPHOMORES hard G. Alberton Leonard W. Neumann hard M. Auslen Seth Silverman Herbert E. Zelinsky, Jr. FRESHMEN arold Burk Alvin C. Cohen ward M. Cohn R. Cowans S. Frederick Lester M. Friedman David M. Goldeen David Haskin Henry E. Lapkin Solomon S. Levy Benjamin G. Rosenberg Edgar Rosenberg 374 TA SI .11.1t 2251 COLLEGE AVENUE FOUNDED AT W YORK UNIVERSITY, 1847 CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1870 TWENTY-NINE CHAPTERS 6 ADUATES Bagg John P. James W. Hendrick SENIORS Cox William Lamoreux art Cox Morris Robert F. Snowden JUNIORS Robert Foster Thomas Stephe Carmel Martin Jean Witter Charles Wood SOPHOMORES Fra Brush Theodore Nelson Jain emarest Clyde Paxton Rob James E. Dean Solins Fre Lester Stock Geo cBride Paul Turne FRESHMEN W. Isaac Baldwin James Eschen Malcolm Brown John Henle Gerald Burrill • Eliot Land Sheldon Cook George hoen Frederick Duhring Neil Sinclair John D ap Rollo Whee W. S Cox, J. S, • Lasporeux Landoll Snowden Foster Martin Stephens Witter Wood Brush Demarest James Lucas MacBride Nelson Paxton Solinsky Stock Turner Baldwin Brown Burrill Cook Duhriny Dunlap Eschen Henle Landon Sinclair Wheeler 375 thur P. Allen ill t C. Andresen ' E. Armitage pniel Aronson, Jr. ymond C. Balsley Oben L. Brosemer Chetkovitch F. Christensen e G. Cook r H. Cooley nad James Falk Kenneth E. Frick Charles E. Furby III Richard N. Goldman Warren R. Harding Chester Classen Hook Louis G. Johnson Robert Louis Johnson Eugene S. Kilgore, Jr. Jack Kimble Thomas A. Kommers Daniel Koshland, Jr. Robert G. Ayer 40 Hollis M. Black Lowell R. Brosemer Lee H. Burns Sheldon B. Cameron A. Elliot Castello Raymond Lucc John McPherson Denzil F. Marley Robert 0. Miller James Murphey Cyril Morton Peletz Kenneth Buford Pickle Irving F. Reichert, Jr. E. Robert Riksheim James Roth William Robert Saylor J. H. Schwabacher, Jr. Edwin B. Schwinger Barton W. Shackelford John R. Skinner Arnold D. Snyder Robert Louis Spiegl Arla Thompson Baxter D. Thornton Sprague Thresher Robert Whaley Robert C. Wilson Robert E. Crum Jack Dykes Edward Ferguson Richard G. Fuller John G. Holmes Ben Hoover SENIORS Allen Andresen Armitage Aronson BalsleY B. Chetkovitch Christensen Cook Cooley Falk Frick Fur131 Goldman Harding Rook, C. Johnson, L. Johnson, R, Kilgore ICimhle Kommers 1(061110.11(1 Lucchesi McPherson marlel Miller Murphy Peletz Pickle Reichert Riksheim Roth Saylor Schwahacher Schwinger Schackettord Skinner Snyder Spiegl Thompson • Thornton Thresher Whaley Wilson, R. t, Wright AY e, Black Brosemer, Burns Cameron Castello Crum Dykes Ferguson Fuller John Earl Wright JUNIORS OW PI 376 erbert Mitchell Hull Barnett Huse Eugene L. Ireland Milton Boyd Irvine Thor Johnson iil Johnson Gordon Kaylor James B. Kendrick, Jr. Russell Rex Kircher Robert S. Levy • Jerome Barieau Ellis Barron Robert H. Brashear, Jr. John W. Bristow 9 dward Brown Ted L. Chamberlain William H. Cleland Jackson Crane Robert J. Dreher George W. Erdman Grant Fletcher Donald MacMillan Robert J. Ostrow Thomas C. Palmer, Jr. Art M. Pawson Jim Reed .p Frederick H. Rindge Garrett H. Rosenberg Jefferey Smith David M. Williams L. G. Williams David Kaplan Robert M. Koshland James Lemmon, Jr. Robert M. McNary Jack R. Matlock David E. Matteson J. D. Rorabaugh, Jr. William C. Schauer William C. Statton Fremont Twitchell H. Meredith Utter Holmes Hoover Hull Huse Ireland Irvine, M. Johnson E r KaYlor E. F. Kendrick Kircher Levy MacMill Ostrow a " Palmer Pawson Reed Rindge Rosenberg Smith Williams, D. Williams I -• G. Bariea7 " °ff Barron Brashear Bristow Brown Chamberlain Cleland Crane Dreher Erdman Fletcher Kaplan Koshland Lennon McNary Matlock Matteson Rorabaugh Schauer Statton Twitchell Utter E. Coblentz Crowe Darling Fair Herrero Hook, J. Irvine, J Nourse Pierce Ziegler Walter Yatchmenoff UI SOPHOMORES Richard E. Wilson riam K. Coblentz FRESHMEN Robert L. Crowle Kirk H. Darling E. Cameron Fair John E. Herrero John Vincent Hook James Irvine Charles G. Nourse Brooks Pierce W. Ziegler 377 SORORITIES Sorority pledges are taken for a ride in derby Alpha Chi O ' s go Western for rushing party Chi O ' s serve tea to their rushees 380 (Intersorority Organization) FOUNDED AT CHICAGO, 1902 LOCAL CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1916 Lyman Pruyn Shelton Wright Berman Brown Cobb Demme Ellis Fox Goodfellow Guinan Campbell Downie Frederickson Hanson President Secretary-Treasu Heiman Link McDonough Newman Rath Scheifele Willd Williams OFFICERS Catherine Cobb Jade Williams MEMBERS 4000.004 Alpha Chi Omega June Downie Alpha Delta Pi well Guinan Alpha Epsilon Phi Carole Helman Alpha Gamma Delta Norma Hanson Alpha Omicron Pi Bethel Brown Alpha Phi Catherine Cobb Alpha Xi Delta Rosemary Ellis Beta Phi Alpha Adeline McDonough Beta Sigma Omicron Katherine Willd Chi Omega Jade Williams Delta Delta Delta Elsie Goodfellow Delta Gamma P Pruyn Delta Zeta Irene Link Gamma Phi Beta Mary Louise Lyman Kappa Alpha Theta Elizabeth Rath Kappa Delta Sue Shelton Kappa Kappa Gamma Jean Campbell Phi Mu Jean Wright Phi Omega Pi Virginia Scheifele Phi Sigma Sigma June Berman Pi Beta Phi Elizabeth Newman Sigma Kappa Ruth Demme Theta Upsilon Margaret Frederickson Ze au Alpha Kathleen Fox 1 _ 381 Baxter Carr Carroll Chase Downie, D. 3. Downie, M. Dunbar Gallagher Goforth Hardin Harvey NaveneY Ne Lagon0arsino Mowry Nichol. Roncoteil Summers Woodson Fro, 1756 LE ROY AVENUE FOUNDED AT DE PAUW UNIVERSITY, 1885 CH APTER ESTABLISHED, 1909 1_ SIXTY-ONE CHAPTERS oP UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES II Mrs. Duncan Knudsen Mrs. Dana Hamlin Anderson Coyle Eastman Hartong McBride, Set Switzer Upton Nilsen Winter Mary Hardin Patricia Harvey Kathleen Kaveney Frances Kelly Doris Lagomarsino Maribeth Mowry M agdalene Nichols Dorothy Roncovieri Phyllis Summers June Woodson 16 SOPHOMORES Marion Badger Beverly Beckett Virginia Bell Merle Bledsoe Dorothy Blosser D orothy Cadwell Minerva Daley Patricia Frayne Patricia Green Kathryn Halliday `Frances Dudley Alta Her FRESHMEN Helyne Crawford Elizabeth Herber Heringer Mary Guilbert Ruth Holmes Ursula Haven Ann Pollock Linda Hellwig Jane Roush Mary Speir Badger Beckett Bell Bledsoe Blosser Cadwell paleY Fran Green Hallidal Herbert Beringer i.kohne, Pollock Roush Speir Jean Baxter Marion Carr Alice Carroll Elizabeth Chase Elizabeth Dobrzensky D. June Downie Mildred Downie Ruth Dunbar Patricia Gallagher Georgia Goforth i i Jeanne Hamby Faye Harris Marguerite McBride Margaret Moak Evelyn Prochietto Anne Roberts Constance Robinson ' Dixie Shaffer Roberta Stapleto Patricia Warren VtanitlY ViarVIS. McBride, moak Prochietto Roberts Robinson Shatter Stu ton Warren Crawford pale! Gllithert Raven tlellWnt IORS Julia Swift Marjorie Swi Marion Upton Myr ' Wilson Carolyn Win JUNIORS 1-11 SEN Joyce Anderson Haviland Coyle Jeanette Eastman M. Alison Hartong Catherine McBride 382 ty Willoughby 2400 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT WESLEYAN COLLEGE, 1851 PSI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 19 SIXTY CHAPTERS SENIOR rden Lela me Cavalli Idell McMullin Rachael Chadwi Joan Ponsford Norma Dailey iriam Schottky Louise Gettemy argery Sellander Betty Griffin ' Barbara Speed Jewell Guinan Janet Vandawalker Marjorie Hall Helen Waterhouse Ruth Igleheart Roberta Watkins .Jane Evans Eve O ' Neill Shelby Ish Mary Parker MaryKeating Jane Lewis Isabel Phillips I J Kathleen Reilly .June Londo Patricia Riordan II Phyllis Mut orothy Williams allop I is r FRE Marjorie Beggs Beverly Brunin Betty Cameron Ruth Grove Gloria Hes Mary Mad ' SHMEN Borden Cavalli Chadwick Dailey Gettemy Griffin Guinan Hall, M. McConnell McMullin I Ponsford Schottky Sellander Speed Vandawal Waterhousk Watkins e Winter Baldwin Evans Ish Keating Lewis London Mulch Nickerson O ' Neill Parker Phillips Reilly Riordan Williams ' (allop Burns Bush Channel! Dickson Fitzgerald Giguiere Gray Hall, B Hands Heald Leighton Lipovac LYOns McMullin McNamara Mares Matthews Poage Smith SU ffron Woods Beggs Bruning Cameron Grove Billie Ann Winter JUNIORS Baldwin Winifred Nickerson MORES Katherine Leig Ruth Lipovac Joan Lyons Margaret McMullin Lois McNamara Irene Mares Barbara Matthews Anna Poage Raylene Smith Janet Suffron Marian Woods ht Hess Madigan Parker Russell Seitz Sutton Thompson Tollini Willoughby Rose ary Burns Barbara Bush Suzanne Channell Lorraine Davis Deirdrellen Dickson Lillian Fitzgerald Alice Giguiere Jane Gray Barbara Hal Mary Hana Betty Heald Margaret Park Barbara Russej Barbara Se ' Joan Sutto Barbara Thompso Rita Tollini 383 aMIP " . " 6- umnag- 2721 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT BARNARD COLLEGE, 1909 TAU CHAP STA DS , 1923 I TWE X C GRADUA Marjorie Rhine SENIORS Rhine Boughner Heiman Klein Upson Schaff Scheibner Yaffee Davidson Gehalle Hyman 384 Kahn Maril er Merle Schaff Lew Inson Levey Carole Dorothy Scheibner Mazur Irene K Miriam Weiss Charlotte Lipso. Reva Yaffee Rosenwald I WI Reva Davidson Elaine Levey AI JUNIORS Globenielt Beatrice Geballe Jane Lewinson I-1 aims Betty Jane Hyman Marilyn Mazor Shirley Kahn Florence Rosenwal Su n Tivol SOPHOMORES June Hornstein] Leah Hurwitz I Lenore Sylvia Mills Steinau FRESHMEN II adine pel Elaine edman Juliet theim Lee Jane Greenberg Elaine Grossman Edis Karzen VI ockf Hornstein Hurwitz Kligennan Mins Steinau APPO Friedman Gutthenn Grossman Greenberg 10.00 Laskin Oppeilho Pa. al Soloman Sugarman tide Globenfelt Lo use Haines Jean Hirshberg Ruth Hockfeld 115 Arlene Krasne Sylvia Laskin Elaine Oppenh Ruth Padway June Solomon Maxine Sugarman ME1111111■ 11101111=11=L 11111■11=11 11.111M11111111111111111111■111=111L 311•11111111111■111■1■ 385 Bucklin Clark, E DOW, H ' Enilbert Fain Hammond Hanson Jones Marshall Me lo Ouhurn 4ker Bruhn NI Evans, R: Pieldsted Boy Jessup b ' cJ 114 Lewis Martin Mau Proudfoo, 2726 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 1904 OMIC N CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1915 RTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS SOP Beverly Bain4 Mary Clark Barbara Colby Neva Dowd Barbara Faucett irley Gillette oda Hayden quelyn Kerns lvia Kiosterud nice Koll lger Betty runn Margaret Evans Renette Evans Peggy Fjeldsted Ruth Jane Hoy Ellouise Jessup ucklin rk se Dowd herr SENIORS Barbara Hammond Norma Hanson Marjorie Jones Beverly Marshall Muriel Mello Verna Ogb IORS Beverl Marjorie Wilma Le nna Martin beth Mau tie Proudfoo oung S tricia Linde ne McCollam Hazel McMillan Doris Martinelli Jacqueline Peck Marian Schaaf eta Joyce a " zabeth Jeanne Scribner Barbara Wright ia Yost nbrof our Perry Platt Schaaf Scribner J Wright Yost Bonstin Fowler Freitas Linde McCollam McMillan Martinet . Peck Barbara Bonstin M. Della-Vedo Cecelia Fowler Ruth Marie Freitas Dorothy Hayde nnie Jones gy Mason MEN Jane Mr Betty Musladin Jeanne Nazro Laverne arjorie Poole Scribner Weeks III Hoyden Jones Mason Miller Musladin Nazro Nelson Poole Scribner 8 Weeks Zeller II Margar Mickey Helen La Bain Clark, NI Colby N Faucette Gillette R Kerns Kiosterud Koll Abbott Clarke Cone ' Elberk Lane Lunt O ' Sullivan W ill Tanis Brun " Burns Eunel Forsterer Foulkes 2311 PROSPECT STREET FOUNDED AT BARNARD COLLEGE, 1897 SIGMA APTER ESTABLISHED, 1907 F -THREE CHAPTERS 1001. Hawkins iester Biggins l_avAloa Marston Briggs Carol House Virginia Lane ' ne Lunt e O ' Sullivan is Williams Nina Ann Abbott Bethel Brown Kathryn Clarke Jane Cooper Elizabeth Elberg Burrows Cameron Clu istie Craig Dreyer Baritone Langknecht kleikh " " , Newton Payne Schlichtniann Sev er Silva Smith Steilherk Yando Don Dozier Drake Goesch Jury Juch Linn Luhr McClure McKevitt Robertson Van Heusen Wells Mier Barbara Don Nanette Dozier Eleanor Drake Barbara Goesch Margaret Jory Phyllis Juch Leicester Lipp Hally Brunn Allison Burns n ig SOP Lois Eudey BeHttyHgiinlls Marie Forsterer i Lawhead Phyllis Foulkes s Marston I Mary Lou Hardy l Pau Antona Hawkins oolsey Christine Briggs Neig 1 I Cynthia Burrows i 9eth Newton Jean Cameron June Christie n Schlichtmann Rosamond Craig y Severin Barbara Silva Laura Jean Harlowe 1Smith Lucille Langknecht Rosalie Steilberg Elaine Yando Jaclyn hr Betty McClure Laura McKevitt Jackie Robertson Mary Van Heusen Marie Wells Jane Yager 386 1111=11■11111111■1111■1 10060,001m0,11=1111111111■1111L 1111■■1111 mmsse-- 2830 BANCROFT WAY FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 1872 AMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1901 THIRTY-SEVE N CHAPTERS Lindley Lion McNamar Nelson e pilling Richards° Searles 17 Selley Swanberg Thomas, J. UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES la Armstrong arks Doris ark Margaret Murdo Willey Zitlau Beans Clark Cook Gay Harleson Hicks Luppen McGavin, M Sabers Thomas, C Barnhart Brand SENIORS Phyllis Bowman Catherine Cobb Frederika Doelker Maryalice Donzel Dorothy Ann Duhring Evelyn Foote Catherine Garthwaite Goodspeed elly Marg ' Anne Lion Peggy; Namara June on Lauri ling Georg ichardson Phoebe Ann Searles Dorothy Selley Gwen Swanberg Jacqueline Thomas Martha W. Jane Ziti 4 IORS Bowman Cobb Doelker Donzel Bullring Foote Goodspeed Kelly Kinzie M arnh4 Barbara Bran Merle Budelmat Marjorie Butler Margaret Durrell Jean Fisher Marie Hall Mignon ills Elleo H 11 1 artlett ch Barbara Cohen Marilyn Edwards yllis Linguist zabeth McGee Meredith Hicks Florette Luppen Barbara McGavin Margaret Meads Marion Saben Thomas Susie Huguenin Kathryn Kieffer Doris Klein Leslie Loupe Ruth Meads Martha Mills Edna Modisette atharine Rushforth atricia Shaw Wood Budelmat Butler Durrell Fisher Hall Hil ls Hittell Huguenin Kieffer Klein Loupe Means R Mills Modisette Rushforth Shaw, p Wood Hart ett Clinch Cohen Edwards Linguist McGee Marshall Marten Sayre iw Sverdrup. Swartz von Adelung Nancy Eleanor Clark Carolyn Cook Joan Gay Mary Louise Hare son Claire SOPHOMORES MEN Dolly Marshall Mavis Marten Marjorie Sayre Margaret Shaw Anna Sverdrup Alison Swartz Katherine von Adelung 387 11°,11■11111110111111■111111•11L 388 Audrey Penn Jean Raubing Helen Spinne P16is Botto Doris Fay Kate Harrington Mary Jane Yost Bacon gadget Botta, F. Bouton Delmore Denton Ellis Felknor oiNden Charlotte Badger Fern Botto Jeanne Bouton Mary-Anne Delmor Loriel Denton Rosemary Ellis Dorothy Felknor Dorothy Halliday 416 Billivee Barlow Jean Bixel Arline Coe Lucile Cooney Dorothy Crawf Elizabeth Glasson Ejane Gordon Dorys Maryon Anna Ja e Basha Mariery Bramm Barbara Crain Marilyn Dederick Barbara Douglas Jean Douglas Catherine Hamilton MUeI Heath Margaret Howden Caroline Johnson Milo Jones toll Betty Jordan Jean Liddicoat Janet P. MacCaughey Phyllis Meinberger Patricia Preisker IORS Nadi Jane Osborn Keith Lee Silcox Elizabeth Smith Ruth Streeter Marcella Symotr Helen Waldron Martha Williams Helen Jane ' Knapp; Virginia Lake Jeanne Martel Jane Newman Marjolyn Par Janet Smith Barbara Jean Stuar Susanna Winterburn Johnson Jordan Liddicoat lglacCatiOheY Meinberger Preiskev Barlow Bixel Coe Cooney Crawford Glasson Gordon MarY01, metro Osborn Silcox C ' Streeter SY11° " 2833 BANCROFT WAY FOUNDED AT LOMBARD COLLEGE, 1893 OMICRON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1909 FIFTY-FOUR CHAPTERS Waldron m " Williams, S. Bashani Grammer Crain B• J. Hamilton Heath Knapp Lake Martell Newman parker Small, J. Stuart ' l interhurn Bette, P Pont RaUllinqe% Spinner Yost 1 FRESHMEN UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Dr. Alice L. Maxwell Marjorie Gear Petray Evelyn L. Stewart GRADUATES Donna Bacon SENIORS Shirley Williams SOPHOMORES Glen Chipp Virginia Estelle Von Ende Rezek Von E„d Anderson ' Raker Chandler Ham Kahlmond 1.11111.11111.1111.11.111111111111111111MMIIIIMI. 27 HASTE STREE go aft FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFO AT LOS ANGELES, 1925 TA CHAPTER ESTABLISH THREE CHAPTERS GRADUATE McComb McLellen Orendorff Smith H, Thrnin Cook • Miller Newell Nixon SENIORS Lelia Anderson Kathryn McCom Helen Baker Myrtle McLellen Ruth Chandler Mildred Orendorff Mary Hammond Pauline Smith uth Kahl Virginia Turp 40 elen Coleman JUNIORS Virginia R. Coleman Madra Nixon Vernez Cook Norma Peterson Mildred Hillis Aunita Scott , Verna Miller Janice Taylor SOPHOMORES r nce Dierlam Vesta Hull en Hull Alice Mary Winans FRESHMEN ry Chap Beverly Kever Jean Pollard Frances Scott Peterson Scott Taylor Rierlam K V. Winans Chapman Craig Kevern Pollard Scott 389 Buehler,, B. Elder SENIORS Francis Barbara Anderson Donn GolI ' ibble dman G Muriel Brackett DorotIV LyVere litinhes Lor ' nor Betty Brown Adeline McDonough, orr is Mary Ellen Chryst Flora Meek June Durm Jane Minshallii Rhei.ner Dorothy Estee Helen Salmons Robinsn Viola Gibson Barbara SChiek Sorensen Williams, S. ir ' ' ' ' ' 4 Gertrude Goebel Virginia Tittsworth , .... 00. , Alice Graeber Katherine West r = Lois Williams I JUNIORS Dorothy Hughes 4t Gladys Lormor Betty Norris Ann Rhei Jacquelyn Ro Jeanne Sorensen Sue Williams SOPHOMORES Anderson Brackett Brown Chrkst Dunn Estee Gibson Goebel Graeber Green Lowe Ly er e McDonough Meet Minshall Salmons Schiekorth ittsw West Williams, L. FOU RSITY ALPHA CHAPTER TWENTY CHAPTERS l ' IVERSIPZ ASSO 1 Fa Bulger Marg. tt Branam an Brown Buehler, F• Caster Johnson Mann ()hitt schate. Dole itz Kimball Kathryn Buehler Priscilla Cook 1 Elsie Dunrud i Kay Elder Dora Francis Helen Goldman Mary Gribble Betty Berger Marybeth Branaman elestia Brown orence Buehler Lucille Caster Lola Johnson Mildred Mann I Yvonne Obitz . 1 Anna Schutte FRESHMEN ievitz Ruth Heatherly Nancy Kimball 390 LE CO FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, ONE PTER Andrews Conan Georgi Holston GRADUATES Lorraine Andrews Nell Holston ;Ruth Canan Mary Lynn Audrey Georgi Iola Murchio Mary Rodriquez I •4 ' I SENIORS Marjorie Cutler Elizabeth Malim ary Dolan 0 Muniain un M Balvina v l Ba Norma Schumacher JUNIORS Jean Duncan Marie Kneedler Eunice Hankey II Cecilia Ramirez Enid Jones Anita Seelye Kezirian . Verlinda Silva ilton Mercedes 11 Marie Vargas FRESHMEN Josephine Giaccone Olt SOPHOMORES jI Lynn Murchio Rodriquez Cutler Dolan Malin; in Schumacher Duncan Hankey Jones Kezirian Kneedler Ramirez Seelye Silva Hamilton Lowell Vargas Giaccone 1 391 Arr Maui Cramer F itzmaur McCrariel Olsen a)(tOn RCCO■ . ReCkinghan, Smith W illiams WortIlingtoll Batchelder Benost Buchanan, B A RSITY, 189 LISHED, 1902 Colbert Crawford D 111011 Duncan Elwert ARK MU CHAPTER E NINETY-FIVE CHA RS k SENIORS Falk Fanner Gearhart anchett agaUlt Jackson Loper Marone a Arrigoni Barbara Cramer Emmy Lou Fitzmaurice Amy Lou McCraney Mary Olsen Betty Jane Paxton pater Reeves Brown CreeP2r Fort Gage 1.1acke June), Kanievaltict Doris Batchelder Jean Benoit Bunty Buchanan Jane Colbert Eleanor Crawford Jane Dillon Consul() Duncan Barbara Elwert Suzanne Falk Patricia Farmer Ma Mary Bell Shirley Eileen Jade Williams Jean Worthington Betty Young IORS Jean Barbara Hanc Jane Hervagau Betty Jackson Marjorie Loper Margaret Maroney Audrey Meier Nancy Nicholls Nancy Porter Reev adsworth Leal Morehead Woodhouse linsmostei SOPHOMORES Hell g Mary Lou Kamenz nd Ma it Marion Leary Margot Fort Janice Meister Sybil Gage Dorothy Morehead Helen Hacke g Doris Woodhouse 1) Juney Joanne Zinsmeiste HMEN 4 - Berreyesa Birni inflhad_ Buchanan, V • Coll ins Coney Cooper Feeney Gordon Rill Kaarboe Malone), P Sanderson Schroeder Eleanor Barbara Lee Hill Patricia Kaarboe Phyllis Maloney Barbara Mitchell Helen Marie Pills Shirley Sanderson Jane Schroeder June Scott ThoAson Scott Thompson Je erreyesa Barbara Birmingham Patricia Buchanan Collins Diana Cooper ii, Phyllis Anne Feeney Jea Gordon j Si 392 Allan Benoit Blister Fritz, R. Goodfellow Audine Allan Wanda Lee Ben Barbara Boster Roberta Fritz Elsie Goodfello Doris Guthrie Ruth J Laurie Applegar Margaret Beed Patricia Br Jacklyn Burto Jane Chloupek Anne Curtis Dorette Davis Betty Garges Betty Baird Helen Chalfont Charmian Cha Ruby Davi Barbara Fr Jean Good Marjorie Gou Dana King Jane Adams Barbara Church Barbara Edinger Virginia Gleberma Margaret Kessel Nancy Barba inta Kinslow Virginia Lane Carol McGlinchey Maxine Miller einhard obinson Kay Barb ashburn HMEN Barbara M ombe Barbara Moore Elizabeth Nauert Jean Nicol Josephine Pierponi Martha Sawy Marie Ryberg 2300 WARRING STREET FOUNDED AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 1888 PI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1900 EIGHTY-EIGHT CHA Virginia Smith ce Villadsen Alinlegarth Reede Brown Burton Chloupek Guthrie Jones LaRue McCallan McGahie Re Neeleky Rhilliber Smith 1 Madsen JUNIORS Audrey Grady Catherine Henck Virginia Leonard Mary Powell Elizabeth Ralpl4 Margaret Sale Eva Schifferle Mary Ste tricia Who SOPHOMOR Curtis Davis Garges Grady Renck Leonard Powell Ra h, Schiff " Stewart Whitby Baird Chalfont Chandler Davidson 13 Goodrich. Goudie King Kinslow Lane McnchGli Miller eY Reinhard Robinson Scott Washbur Adams Church Edinger Gleberma Kassel " N Longwell McCain be ' Moore Nauert Nicol Pierposit BYberg Sew " , Taylor 11■1111■111=111=1•111 IORS Annet 393 Blair, E. Carver Clark Dewell Duveneck FIY,T Griffin V10136011 Jewett PruYn PYe Richardson Shingle Smith, M• Turner 2710 C ING FOUNDED AT WIS SCHOOL, 1874 GAMMA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1907 FIFTY-FOUR CHAPTERS A ' Arnold Conner Crittenden Eaton Holley MacNeur Martin Nelson mg Smith, A. Smith, D. Taylor, B. IC Williams Ines SENIORS Josephine Jewett Patricia Pruyn Patricia Richardson Ruth Shingle Marjorie Smith Betty Ann Turner Elizabeth Pye Ann Wapple Eleanor Blair Jean Carver Eveleth Clark Jane Dewell Hope Duveneck Dorothea Flynn Patricia Griffin Gail Hobson JUNIORS Woodin Arnold Bogardus Brenner Bridge Marian Arnold Alice Conner Mary Crittenden Martha Eaton Mary Holley Jean MacNeur Bamby Martin Brown ChaneY Cress Hewitt Kerr 0 Nelson MO Patsy — Anne Pickering Alice Smith Dorothy Smith Betty May Taylor Patricia Williams Marilynn Wines Woodin MORES 4 ' Lawler LilleY MacLaurin Miller, L. Millis Mount Nilsecker Rector Smith, V. Taylor, N• awter, E. Behrens Blair, C. Cathcart Goldman Joan Lilley Peggy MacLaurin Louise Miller Jane Millis ary Mount orinne Nibecke Denise Rector Virginia Smith Nancy Taylor Elizabed Vawter Shirley Witold Nancy Bogardus Carolyn Breuner Constance Bridge Janet Brown Ellen Chaney Cathlyn Cress Margaret Hewit Marjorie Kerr Mary Lawler Bart Jackson Kellar McIntosh Meek an Miller, B. Schleuter V , C.. Wankowslo L Wapple, ESHMEN Pat McIntosh Patsy Meek Barbara Miller Inez Schleuter Catherine Vawi rbara Wankel Louise Wapple Barbara art Gloria Jackson Kathleen Kellar: 394 -111 11=11L. 1.111111■ 4111111111=1111 .AM111111111111 111MIIIIMM Th Co Jea Je 395 Rosaia Schmidt Walsh Chinchas Clark e 1■11111■=10 2728 DURANT AVENUE 1 1 s UN I V ER S T I ,151902 FORTY-FIVE CHAPTERS GRADUATES Dorothy Chipchase Irene Elizabeth Clark Leslie Muriel Frey Dorothy Sheehan Jane Gannaw Kathleen Smith Maryalice Johnson Evelyn Thomas JUNIORS Betty Lou Howard Betty Isabelle Plumb Evelyn Storheim Claudia Tidwell Margaret War Wilken SOPHOMORES Margaret Adler Constance Miller Dorothy Akard Jeannine Mullen Mary Ellen Gerner Jacqueline Newm Elizabeth Hodges Margaret Sampsel Dorothy King Jacqueline Schwer Jessie McGinnis Jean Storey Ruth Wetmore FRESHMEN Odette rtucci Joan Erick Kathryn Davis Ali Mary Louise Lov Jeanne Norma Neufeld Patsy Ebey Doris Voigts Sara Lou Wylde Frey Gannaw Johnson Power Sheehan Smith Thomas Burkhard Flaker Glover Don in Porde?? Howard Inas ci award Marriott Plumb Storheim Tidwell Ward Wilken A dler Akard Denier fl ()dues C inn Miller Mullen Newman I Schwei.in Storey Wetmore Bertucci Davis DeChene Ebey Erickson Neufeld Voiuts WY Ide ene Rosaia Barbara Marie Walsh SENIORS Shirley Burkhard Lillian Flaker Helen Glover Betty Gouin Carol Harden MC Virginia Helgas Elaine tl Barker, M. Blair Dahl Gadsden Harrington Harrold, R. Higgins Hoffman, M. Leibing Lockwood Lyman Maddox Sawn Seeberg Thomas 2732 CHANNI WAY FOUNDED ' T ERSITY OF SYRACUSE, 1874 HAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1894 FIFTY CHAPTERS Zehnder Billion Cate Gorrill Harrold, C. Lewis Male IVERSITY ASSOCIATES zabeth Foote trginia Foulds4 Margaret T. Hodge Alice G. Hoyt Violet Marshall Jane Richardson ,Carmel Riley Esther Sinclair Patricia Sizer Olive Stewart w Mildred H. Webber Dr. Margaret G. Zeff II McKee Ogden Pfeifer Sauer Schaefer SENIORS Simonson Vail Welch Barker, H• Barry BIY Breschini Dawes Gist Grant Anita Lei Leslie Loc od Mary Lout Lyman Valma Maddox Virginia Saam Ethel Seeberg Barbara Lee Thomas Edna Zehnder IORS Marjorie McConnell Marjorie McKee Marguerite Ogden Nancy Pfeifer Elizabeth Sauer Jean Schaefer Elizabeth Simonson Catherine Vail imeda Welch Hardy Baynes Hoffman, B. Judkins Little MallorY Miller, B. Robinson onascia Wilder Marjorie B er Bettie Ann Blair Annette Daly Harriet Gadsden Elizabeth Harrington Rosalie Harrold Marguerite Higgins Marjorie Hoffman Mary Elizabeth Billion Peggy Cate Jane Gorrill Cecil Harrold Barbara Jolly Lucile Lewis ShL Malm Su arx SOPHOMORES Boone Cook Currier Dyer F Helen Barker Jeanne Barry -asset Bly une Breschini 111 lizabeth beth Gist Dawe Barbara Grant Constance Hardy Beverley Haynes Betsey Hoffman Loie Judkins Barbara Little Elizabeth Mallory , Barbara Miller €00 Virginia Robins• Marjorie Tonas der Grunsky Harrold, M. Middleton Miller, M. Shanks Shattuck Stubb 0 ...pis Boone oreen Cook rbara Ann Currier D er ee Miller B a a Shanks Gayley Shatt Emily Stubb 396 a 4.1die MEI MNIM■ Bunker Hedge Keane LP H, Mastick Moffitt .4IET Purger Oakley Moss Rath Sayre Scott Barley Browne Droste Guittard Lamson Lyon Miller Sherwood Taylor Vedder Wynne Barber Beckstrom Cant Phell Cooper Cox Engle Fairlie Fankhauser Gingg Hibbitt Jessee Judd Kindt Prentiss Sandner Arnold Boal Bum Connick Forker Gordon Hettman Holmes H ubbard Johnson King La Tour Marwedel Melvin Newell Nutting Peet Ridgway Roelse Smith Timpson Warnecke Wilder Wood 11111111111111, " ` 411111111IIMIEW ' Ava Jean Barber Asta Beckstrom Marylyne Campbell Patricia Poe C ooper Francis Cox Barbara Engle Katherine Fairlie Elizabeth Fankhauser arbara Gingg arbara Hibbit argaret ary Judd ra Kindt beth Prentiss UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Fenton Clarke Madre SENIORS ary Marjorie Beal Sylvia Moss len Bunker Jean Oakl elene Hodge Polly Pete Theodosia Keane Elizabeth Marilyn Mastick Elizabeth Genevieve Moffi Jean Sayre R Margaret Katherine Lyo Elisabeth B Elizabeth Mill Janice Droste Mary Sherwood Jeanne Guittard Jacklyn Taylor Elizabeth Patricia Vedder Me to Wynne SOPHOMORES - 2723 DURANT AVENUE FOUNDED AT Ott PAUW UNIVERSITY, 1870 CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 189 SIXTY-FIVE CHAPTERS „ I Jean Sandner lice Boa Arnold Mary Dorothy Loui nn Beverly Burd arbara Newell Jeannette Connie everly Nutting Janice Forker Eleanor Peet Anne Gordon Bertha Ridgway Mary-Anna Hettm Mildred Roelse Marie Holmes Janet Smith Jean Hubbard Adele Timpson MarionJohnso Margaret Warnec Juliette King Corinne Waybur Henrietta LaTour ' Ider K 1 397 ..•■■111111111M■1111=11156. 398 • Shelton 6110 11 Casey Criss Frith Goelzer Hobart Kennedy,h • McLean Mills Murphy pre . strucloneYe% Atchison Briggs CIVg Couture Dement Easson Fraser Gallagher Holtgen Jansen Lloyd Richards Bergh Buhs Crow Hare ORS Agnes Fraser Helen Gallagher Marie-Louise Holtgen Barbara Jansen Kathryn Lloyd Rosemary Richards ' MORES 01, Eleanor Langpaap Leora McGann Marian Moffatt Mary O ' Conner Louise Peoples Dorothy Petersen Anne Jewell Price MEN Erna Kremser Anne Morgan Teresa Rodgers SUN ' JUNI Elizabeth Atchison Margaret Briggs Rosalie Clyde Margaret Couture Barbara Dement Margery Easson Beedle Harris a eniser, , Erna Morgan SOPHO Mary Bergh Betty Buhs l Elaine Crow i Beverley Hare Kathleen Kennedy - Elizabeth Kremser June Kreter A. li- , 00010.. FRESH Barbara Beedle Kate Harris Cora Kilpatric tl 2461 WARRING STREET FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA STATE NORMAL, 1897 CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1917 SEVENTY-TWO CHAPTERS I UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATE SENIORS Lynn Brown Helen Kennedy Florence Frost Sue Shelton MayRose Casey Genevieve Criss Ellen Frith Grayce Goelzer Elizabeth Hobart Sylvia McLean Margaret Murphy Virginia Prewett Gertrude Mills Mary I. Struckmeyer Kennedy K• Kreinser, , E • L. l(r eter Langpaap McGann Moffatt 0 ' Conner Petersen Price Gring, ria Harter Mac lise Milligan Oppenheinie Pederson l ' Perry Prior Pugh Margaret Hughes Grace Hunter Polly Luchsing Margaret Maze, Janet Meek nne Ristenpart an Sheridan Smith Sibbald Tinning P Willis June Blackaller Cara-May Cutter Beatrice deJung Evelyn Einstein Flora Everdi Gail Grigg Shirley Hitch Joan Howard Jea FRES Davidson untington herman Martha Chickering Vera Christie Anita Crellin Altla Burke j Dexter Greene Hahn IAPPA A m nt Mary Stanton SENIORS Sally Harrison Peggy Hawkins t Johnston Anne Morgan Marion Robinson Winifred Tinning Eleano a d Worrall Jean Christie Barbara Co14 Jane Harvey Mary Hayne Jane Jackson Phoebe Johnson JUNIOR Nancy Lela Patty Jane Parrish Ormond Snook Roberta Stevenson pane Wilson Virginia Wilson I SOPHOMORES Harrison Hawkins Johnston Morgan Robinson W. Wishard Worrall Christie Cole Harvey Name Johnson Leland Parrish Snook Stevenson Wilson J V. Blackaller. Cutter de Jung Einstein E Everding ' Grigg, Hitchcock „Howard nughes Hunter Luchsinger Maze Meek Ristenpart Sheridan Smith Watson M Caswell Davis M. 2725 CHANNING WAY FOUNDED AT MONMOUTH COLLEGE, 1870 PI CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1895 SEVENTY-THREE CHAPTERS 400 UNIVERSI SOCIATES Virginia Caswell ; Margery Campbell Carol Davis Margaret Einstein Sarah Foster Gloria G rigg Roberta Harter rtha Maclise rgar1illig Ma e S ppenheimer Laura Pederson Carolyn Perry Roberta Prior Marilyn Pugh Mary Lou Raggio Betty Sibbald Peggy Tinning Joan Willis Ann Burke Jean Campbell Gwynn Corbet Martha Dexter Natalie Greene Betty Lou Hahn Betty Hamilton II 399 Graham Magoenti Thomas Eno ' Farrell Foley Jensen Lackey Michels Weir Wright Bartlett Bolin Dote Cronbach Ether Gar MP Drisinper Grover Guerin Hall Miller ping Rose Sebek Weber Baker Baldw A1ic Inger Ila Farrell Jean Fo Carol Olsen TES Florence a M. Thomas I0 2722 DURANT AVENUE FOUNDED AT WESLEYAN COLLEGE, 1852 ETA ALPHA R ESTABLI ED, 1917 SIX CHAPTER SENIORS Mary Jewe Floramay Lack Elaine Mic Wright W eneva Bartlet Shirley Bolin Beverly Cote Helen Cronbach Betty Eyber Maybelle Garing Marga risinger anc France Marion Ba Carolyn Bir Elizabeth Bodman Mary Brow Eileen Bro t m Catherine Gro, Dorothy Gueri Ann Hall Elizabeth Mill ' Lenore Ring Gloria Rose Elouise Sebek Weber OMORES Doris Cummings Evalyn Du Charm Edith Gardner Marjorie Moore Bernice Robertson ' Shirley Williams Catharine Williamso Birgo Rodman Browne BrosN " . umm Du Charnie Gardner Moore Robertson i thorns Williamson Duncan Little Paris Price Schneider Spiess StokelVk Marjorie FRESHMEN Doris Duncan Betty Price Margaret Foster k Marjorie Schneide Vlizabeth Little E Spiess Paris ara Stokd k 400 UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA, 1 Cook Cornell ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, Davis DeBonis ERS Pauline Hodgso Norton putt Nennigan Locke Ttiusssen BuretteII Carmichael Lee Paris Snead Stoos Welk Hagner Jensen Keeslino Reynolds Scheifele Tranmal Boynton Llewellyn Wells SENIORS Kathryn Hagner lorence Jensen dell Lauan Boynton Maxine Cook Mary Cornell MORES Clarine Mueting Ruth Rasmussen Evelyn Shultis FRESHMEN Yvonne B. Burchell Sara-Helen Lee Mildred Carmichael Dorenne Paris Mary J. Cunningham Mary Alice Snead Emmons Elizabeth Stoos Mary E. Reynolds Virginia Scheifele Jean Tranmal JUNIORS Margaret Davis Alta De Bonis Margaret Norton Betty Snyder ice L. Curnu Estelle Hennigan Lois Locke 401 UNDED AT MU CHAPTER TWENTY CHAPTERS VerM `ndt June Berman Shirley Grossman Miriam Hoffman Behrendt, V. Berman levitan Schwartz el FRESHMEN Nancy Behr Elaine Lieberman Eva Gordon Marilyn Melmon rma Worken Grossman Hoffman Singer Noltherb im Behrendt, N. Gordon Lieberman Melton SENIORS Leonore Levitan Ruth Schwartz II JUNIORS Thelma Singer Selma Wolfberg 402 AIL 1111■16. =mom= mom L A111111111111■1 ANIMEMM 403 Helen Barry Phyllis Hall Margery Jeans Patricia Lynch Elizabeth Newman SENIORS Jean Porter Beverly Pratt Marilouise Sanford Sybil Sinclair Merion Smith Nancy Ziegenfuss Janet Curran Janet Jacques Julie L ' Angevin Virginia Laughlin JUNIORS Dorothy Nye Rosemary Stolz Barbara Tuttle Janet Wild Barry Hall Jeans Lynch Newman Porter J ' Bea " Sanford Sinclair Smith, Merion 2325 PIEDMONT AVENUE FOUNDED AT MONMOUTH COLLEGE, 1867 BETA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1900 EIGHTY-FOUR CHAPTERS UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATE Helen Fancher SOPHOMORES Ziegenfus Curran s Liytclnugeesv. Laughli " ' Nye Stolz Tuttle Wild Chapin Cochrane Demarest Dow Fennimore Ghirardelli Houston Rag! Lum Marwedel Pollard Robbins Rodgers Thomas Tuttle ' N Bonne Bruck Christman Dawson 4 5 Patricia Chapin Barbara Cochrane Mary Alice Demarest Jeanette Muriel Dow Beth Fennimore Polly Ghirardelli Carol Goeppert Teresa Guilfoil Bonno Barbara Bruck Elaine Christman Eleanora Dawson Jane Fox Madeline Goodrich Mona Janney Mavis Mahan Merilyn Morshead Suzanne Patterson Betty Houston Marie Kahl Elizabeth Carol Lum Elizabeth Marwedel Shirley Pollard Martha Robbins Laure Lou Rodgers Anne Thomas Fox Goodrich Janney Mahan Morshead Patterson ogeerr, Pratt, ' C. Rankin Smith, Marilyn Smith, Milan " a " CY Verleger White ;I 11 I 1 ■ N cy Tuttle FRESHMEN Nancy Payne June Porter Muriel Porter Carol Pratt Ynid Rankin Marilyn Smith Milancy Smith Mary Starbird cm Betty Verleger Beatrice White Beauchamp Demme Haldane Marsh Porter, M • Rogers Stoddard Tice ainlha Agosti Chase. Cnentn Dalton 2409 WARRING STREET FOUNDED AT COLBY COLLEGE, 1874 LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1910 FORTY-FOUR CHAPTERS Duashee Edmisten Engel Fleutsch Gaines CIATE oack Rachman liouchms Miller, . Newell, S ' Rawl IORS Delia Ann Rogers Margaret Stoddard Marcia Tice Aileen Vandiver Canighelt, N. Cornish Ellis goiles UNIVERSI Edith Clymer 0 Patricia Beauchamp Ruth Demme Helen Haldane Lorraine Marsh Mary Lou Porter Jane Ray Vaughn Yvonne Yelland Ingots Kidd Knipe Magner Miller, E. Oliver Porter, V. Rednall Smilherger V enter Carol Agosti Natalie Chase Catherine Cuenin Jean Dalton Mildred Dunsh Jean Edmisten Betty Engel Block hen, ' • Camp Clymer . Cummings Fielder Rick Latimer McConeghy Martin SO May Campbell Ruth Cornish Edna Ruth Ellis Claire Happell oiles y Jane Ingols rtia Kidd JUNIORS 01000. Barbara Fleutsch Dorothea Gaines Joan Hitchman Mary Houchins Marion Miller Shirley Newell Margaret Rutan MORES Naomi Knipe Betty Magner Evelyn Miller Jane Oliver Virginia Porter " Carole Rednall Barbara Seulberger Ann Venter Betty Newell, C. Stanit or d Thompson luitle Warde FRE Watkins N ill laolson n Block arbara Campbell irley Clymer ne Crook arie Cummings Patricia Fielder Mary Lou Frick Marilyn Latimer Marg SHMEN Jeanne McConeghy Mary Lou Martin Caddie Newell Marylee Staniford Dorothy Thomps Mary Lynn Tuttle Peggy Warde Bette Watkins Williamson 404 _41■111■1 405 Betz O ' Connor Brown BrUtnbal t h Cozens Cross Fitch Frederickson, H. 41■Immni ' TFF 5 HASTE STREET I I A ' if FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES O ' Connor I 11 Eleanor Bartlett Amy Darter Lucille K. Czarnowski Helen Eveleth Eva Nielsen II SENIORS 4100010k Ar Margaret Frederickson Eli i rumbaugh Dorothy Kreifels zens Sheila Lafferty Patricia Leek Patricia Smith en Frederickson Eleanor Wildhage JUNIORS • tha E teron Mary Eastman Hazel Foulks Helen Gardner Betty Hyde Patricia McMorran Marjorie Medlicott Helen Redko 1 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1914 ' ! ALPHA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1914 1 -. TWENTY-TWO CHAPTERS 1 itch Barbara Roney Helen Rohrback Norma Snook Jean Thornton ESHMEN on Margaret Hull 41, Maryanna Helen Simmons SOPHOMORES 1111 Barbara Gates Harriet Haas Noelle Knowlton Ruth Shaw FredericksonM Kreifels Lafferty Leek Smith Wildhagein Cameron Eastman Foulks Gardner Gates Haas Knowlton Shaw Hyde McMortan Medlicott Redko Roney Rohrback Snook Thornton Anderson Gute Hull Rice Simmons I I Craig Garcia Bt eget Lee Parker Patrick Selleck swain ' tanner Tracy ales Warner Ames Dulls 2311 WARRING STREET FOUNDED AT VIRGINIA STATE NORMAL, 1898 ri UPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED, 1915 SIXTY-FOUR CHAPTERS late hlCraig een Fox Eleanor Patrick Lorraine Selleck SENIORS Peggy Ann Garcia Jean E. Swain Ruth Hurt Margaret Tanner Beatrice Kroger Barbara Tracy Rosemary Lee Mary Charlotte Wales Shirley Parker Jean Ann Warner DYSed Fellows Louck Marketer JUNIORS Dorice Ames June Duns Cynthia Dygert Janet Fellows Betty Louck Neill Page. Walling 1 Edna Mae Markofer Johnnie Maull Ruth Cecelia Neill Virginia Page Jane Walling Marion Ziegler SOPHOMORES Brown Drennan Moriarty Rat Irmgard Rott Katharine Sandholdt Lael Young Marcella Brown Ann Drennan Eileen Moriarty Sandholdt voting Andrews George Carol Andrews Beverly George Betty Mae Lewis Margaret Paulson HMEN Chelsea Pirkle Jean Rice Jean Harriet Smith Winifred B. Trew Evelyn Webb Lewis Paulson Pirkle Rice Smith Irew ebb -MEW NMI NM Inv • 406 ' 11111■111111=111111111 mmomenseimmememinforry MEMORY OF iR SATHER 310 - 1886 ME and the Queen II TM ' s rush in a Scandinavian atmosphere Alpha O ' s and rushees enjoy second childhood 407 IES CLUBS PHI BE HAPPR (Scholastic Honor Society) FOUNDED AT WILLIAM AND MARY ' S COLLEGE, 1776 LOCAL CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1898 ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SIX CHAPTERS OFFICERS President Monroe E. Deutsch Vice-President Robert H. Lowie Recording Secretary Arnold H. Rowbotham Secretary-Treasurer Lawrence A. Harper COUNCILLORS Sam Abdallah C. D. Chretien V. F. Lenzen A. H. Miller Pauline Sperry SENIORS Victor Waithman Richard Young Robert Allard Marian Enzler Margaret Erdman Kilner Emanuel Reznick Kenneth Allen Audrey Evernden Charles Kinzek Evelyn Rose Keith Aubrey Beatrice Ewers Thomas Kommers Anna Miller Saling Beatrice Averill Carl Foorman, Jr. Daniel Koshland Margaret Saltsman Jean Barker Dale Foster George Lewis Charles Sargent Dale Barnes Wilbert Fountain Lorraine Lindblad Hermann Schachner Donald Barrett Theodore Geballe Eddie Lindstrom Barbara Schieck Vladimir Bebenin Alfred Glathe Russell Ludwig Karl Schmidt Elizabeth Berryhill Stanley Goodman Mary Louise Lyman Robert Seegmiller Frederick Best Addie-Marie Grant Ted Maim Lisle Selby Daniel Bonsack John Green Harriet Marsh Harriet Siegel William Boyer Norman Hall Ernest Martinelli Peter Smith Martha Bruner Eugenia Halvorsen John Matjasich Nathan Snyder Ellen Burtner Terence Handley Janice Mayer Fred Spiess Kathleen Callaghan Murray Hannah Margaret Melhase Arline Snivak John Caples Carl Haynke Fern Middleton Walter Stern Bruce Casey, Jr. Phyllis Helsten William Mitchel Alice Stuewe Ruth Christensen Sarita Henderson Elizabeth Mitchell Helen Power Taylor Joseph Clark Albert Hogan Evelyn Murphy Shozo Tsuchida Jerome Cohen Violet Goldstein Homem Richard Neil Henry Turkel Barton Cooper Verl House Benjamin Nerenberg Victor Waithman Clarence Cree Frances Howard Russell Newman Ashley Walcott Doris Cuneo Vernon Howard Elmer Nielsen Dixon Wansbury Elizabeth Cuthbertson Eugene Hunsaker Cyril Peletz Alice Watanabe William Davis Carol Jensen Charles Petersmeyer Clifford Weber David Dekker Ruthalma Johnson Robert Poore Harriet Weir Mary Anne Delmore Leonie Katzenellenbogen August Prestwood Enid Weseman Ellsworth Dougherty Elizabeth Kelley Robert Proctor Malcolm Williams Frederick Wood JUNIORS James Bacher Eugene Finkle Adele Hurni Thomas Palmer Robert Binkley Ralnh Fisher Consuelo Keller John Payne Carole Dawn Christiansen Mary Fulmer Anne Lomax John Reidenbach Mary De Coudres Joseph Hodges Louis Marengo 410 TAU BtTA PI FOUNDED AT LEHIGH UNIVERSITY, 1885 LOCAL CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1907 SEVENTY-TWO CHAPTERS Back row: Oddstad, Box, Norris, Grenzeback, Jakel, Krupp, Toll, Henderson, Connolly, Fyle, Lovelace, Martinelli, Steele, Beedle, Loeck, Gasperetti, Peletz, Olson, Austin, Arthur, Crane Fifth row: Lundin, Robinson, Best, Williamson, Dwyer, Carlson, Foy, McBride, Wight, Furstenburg, Ruvkun, Peterson, DeMaria, Serdahl, Cole Fourth row: Nelson, Isbell, St. John, Wahle, Gavin, Harper, Buchberg, Kelley, Lappinen, Bayn, Balsley, Prud ' homme, Moose Third row: Fowler, Mahood, Wright, Hunton, Cox, MacNeill, Miller, Brockschmidt, Bresler, Bolton, Ludwig, Junge, Bolljahn, Whitlow Second row: Wilson, Wick, Linton, Jespersen, Kaste, Paganelli, Shackelford, Milkis, Gourdin, Johnson, Andresen, Kadel, Cooke, Kan, Burch Front row: Gibson, Phillips, Linolbeek, Krueger, Kaufman, Crandall, Mendenhall, Wilson, Garretson, Abbott, Snyder, Hyde, Lee OFFICERS Fall Spring Frederick Best President Bradley Garretson Robert Proctor Vice-President Robert Andresen David Pirtz Recording Secretary Robert Williamson Gilbert Oberman Treasurer Curtis Abbott Boris Bresler Corresponding Secretary James Nelson George Bolton Cataloguer George Bolton UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Raymond Ager Charles Derleth Sidney Harding Morrough O ' Brien Nicholas Taliaferro Leonard Black Charles Duke Ernest Hersam Charles Ostrom Edward Taylor Llewellyn Boelter Bernard Etcheverry Carleton Hulin Warren Perry George Troxell Anders Carlson Willard Fenn Charles Hyde Benedict Raber Robert Uddenberg Charles Dalziel Richard Folsom Finn Jonassen Lester Reukema Lester Uren Daryl Davis Francis Foote Joseph LeConte Burtis Robertson Carl Vogt Harmer Davis Leonard Fuller George Louderback Herbert Scott N. F. Ward Raymond Davis Clyne Garland Thomas McFarland Robert Sproul Clement Wiskocil R. C. Martinelli GRADUATES James Robert Burch Glenn Fowler Louis Moose William Norris Leonard Robinson David Countryman Robert Loeck Jack Neustadt Earle Prud ' homme Samuel Schultz Herbert Nilmeier SENIORS Curtis Abbott Harry Buchberg Eugene Hunsaker Russell Ludwig John Rintoul Robert Andresen Victor Cole Fred Hunton Oscar Lundstrom Sam Ruvkun George August Arthur Cooke William Hyde Ernest Martinelli Earl Serdahl Warren Austin Lionel Crandall Robert Isbell Irvan Mendenhall Barton Shackelford Raymond Balsley Charles DeMaria Otto Jakel Michael Milkis Nathan Snyder Lynn Beedle Leo Dwyer Robert Jespersen Robert Miller Richard Sullwold Frederick Best Bradley Garretson Robert Johnson Robert Nagel Thomas Toll John Bolljahn Eustachio Gasperetti Warren Junge James Nelson Jack Wahle George Bolton John Gavin Victor Kaste Andres Oddstad Thomas Whitlow William Box Howard Gibson Alfred Kaufman Carl Olson Robert Williamson Edward Boyer Hugh Gourdin William Krueger Cyril Peletz Charles Wilson Boris Bresler Donald Graham Arthur Lappinen John Petersen Robert Wilson Harry Brindle Robert Grenzeback Lester Lee Chester Phillips Frederick Wood Henry Brockschmidt Donald Hagler Simon Lindbeck Clarkson Pinkham Fred Wright Charles Harper Stuart Lovelace Robert Proctor JUNIORS John Carlson Richard Foy George Kan John MacNeill Charles St. John Robert Collins Isidor Furstenburg Hugh Kelley Edward Mahood Roger Steele Walter Connolly Charles Haney William Krupp Aurand Munn Bradford Wick William Cox John Henderson Russell Linton Italo Paganelli Allan Wueste Edward Kadel Bruce Lundin Robert Pyle 411 GOLDI BEAR (s FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1900 UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES George Adams Leroy Allen David Barrows Albert Becker Eric Bellquist Allen Blaisdell Anson Blake Frederick Brockhagen John Calkins Francis Chamberlain Walter Christie James Corley Frederick Cozens William Davis Charles Derleth Monroe Deutsch Edward Dickson William Donald F. Stanley Durie Carroll Ebright Sidney Ehrman Edwin Emery Clinton Evans W. W. Ferrier Frederick Fischer Martin Flaherty Irving Abkin Robert Andresen Allen Applegarth Wallace Aron Clarence Barnes Martin Biles Philip Boone Edward Brewer Bud Buck Barton Cooper Cloyd Dawson Louis Delaney Charles Fender Leslie Fishman Wilbert Fountain Morris Glickfeld Sanford Goldner Hugh Gourdin Mortimer Fleishhacker Stanley Freeborn Frank Gaines Edwin Garthwaite Elmer Goldsworthy Walter Gordon Farnham Griffiths Brutus Hamilton F. Arthur Harris Robert Herwig Joel Hildebrand Harold Hitchcock Elbert Hugill Alexander Kidd Frank Kidner Burton King Harry Kingman Frank Kleeberger Charles Lipman George Louderback Garret McEnerney Deming Maclise Orrin McMurray Harry Masser Guy Millberry Ralfe Miller Herbert Moffitt ACTIVES Robert Guggenheim Calder Hayes Joseph Henderson Albert Hogan Edward Howden William Jones Victor Kaste Hugh Koford George Lindman Milton Lott Ernest Lum James McDaniel John McGee John McPherson Richard Moore Robert Odell Richard Peter Deceased James Moffitt Russell Nagler John Neylan Luther Nichols John Olmsted George Pettitt Clarence Price Kenneth Priestley Frank Probert Thomas Putnam Max Radin Alva Ragan Charles Ramm Leon Richardson Chester Rowell Henry Schacht James Schaeffer Robert Sibley Vernon Smith Herman Spindt Robert G. Sproul Frank Stevens Wallace Terry Robert Underhill Edwin Voorhies Baldwin Woods Wrede Petersmeyer Joseph Ralston Frederick Rea David Rice Edward Saunders Earl Serdahl Stuart Smith John Stevenson Leslie Still Edmund Tackle Bernard Taper James Taylor Thomas Twohig Peter Vukasin James Warren Max Wilcox Roberton Williams George Yasukochi 412 BOARD MORT (Senior Women ' s National Honor Society) FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE, NEW YORK, 1918 LOCAL CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1925 SEVENTY-FOUR CHAPTERS Berryll i I I Higgins MacCaughey Chan Igleheart Orchison !Averill Barton Duhring Henderson Knapp Cobb Kelley Siegel OFFICERS President Beatrice Averill Vice-President Harriet Siegel Secretary Ruth Igleheart Treasurer Elizabeth Kelley Chapter Editor Anne Duhring HONORARY Margaret Beattie Louise Cobb Ruby Cunningham Mary Davidson Helen Fancher Alice Hoyt Lillie Sherman Ida Sproul Lucy Stebbins UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Lelia Anderson Edith Clymer Ruth Donnelly Marjorie Petray GRADUATES Louanne Bartlett Gerti Landauer Katharine Legge ACTIVES Beatrice Averill Betty Barton Elizabeth Berryhill Haw Chan Catherine Cobb Anne Duhring Sarita Henderson Marguerite Higgins Ruth Igleheart Elizabeth Kelley Ruth Knapp Patricia MacCaughey Peggy Orchison Harriet Siegel 413 P R E A n (Women ' s Honorary Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1900 ONE CHAPTER EASTMAN DUH RING CRAMER LUNT DELMORE President Vice-President Record ing Secretary Treasurer Corresponding Secretary OFFICERS President Jeannette Eastman Vice-President Anne Duhring Recording Secretary Barbara Cramer Treasurer Lorraine Lunt Corresponding Secretary Mary Anne Delmore UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Lelia Anderson Barbara Armstrong Marjorie Atsatt Edna Bailey Eleanor Bancroft Eleanor Bartlett Margaret Beattie Frederica Bernhard Olga Bridgman Marjorie Carlton May Cheney Martha Chickering Vera Christie Edith Clymer Louise Cobb Edith Coulter Ina Craig Ruby Cunningham Lucile Czarnowski Mary Davidson Sarah Davis Lucile Elliot Helen Fancher Elizabeth Foote Hope Gladding Alice Hoyt Bernice Hubbard Elsey Hunt Aileen Jaffa Violet Marshall Agnes Morgan Margaret Murdock Mary Patterson Jessica Peixotto Cecil Piper Agnes Robb SENIORS Carroll Adams Betty Averill Carolyn Babasinian Betty Barton Elizabeth Berryhill Bethel Brown Ardith Burns Haw Chan Catherine Cobb Ladene Cottle Barbara Cramer Genevieve Criss Mary Anne Delmore Helen Dowd Anne Duhring Jeannette Eastman Dorothy Estep Hedwig Falkell Katharine Fischer Jane Genelly Margaret Graves Myra Hanford Sarita Henderson Marguerite Higgins Jean Hodgkinson Jean Hubber Ruth Igleheart Elizabeth Kelley Ruth Knapp Shirley Larson Lorraine Lindblad Louise Lindley Lorraine Lunt Mary Louise Lyman Patricia MacCaughey Roberta MacDonald Valma Maddox Lorraine Marsh Idell McMullin Frances Miner Charlotte Morris Margaret Murphy Merilyn Nutt Patricia O ' Keefe Peggy Orchison Nan Reid Virginia Saam Harriet Siegel Marcia Tice Jean Worthington Lilla Wu Helene Yoohs Jean Zeller JUNIORS Carol Agosti Mary Fulmer Alice James Marian Saben Sigrid Anderson Catherine Grover Mary Jeff erds Keith Lee Silcox Billivee Barlow Jean Gearhart Joan Lockwood Rosemary Stolz Jean Christie Elizabeth Glasson Ida Maracini Emily Stout Janet Curran Catherine Henck Sue Marx Margaret Truebridge Barbara Daly Winifred Hanna Marjorie McKee Martha Welch Adele de Fremery Antona Hawkins Margaret Meads Mary Whitehead Betsy Dobrzensky Rebecca Hayden Maureen Monson Anneliese Windesheim Martha Eaton Alice Betty Hill Anne Pickering 414 BET ETA (Senior Men ' s Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1906 ONE CHAPTER Left to right: Brown, Semmens, P., Roberts, Patterson, Bundschu, Thomas, Holmes, Atherton, Semmens, G., Ohm, Rogers, Hall, Landon, Warren, Steinbach, Hendrick, Storch, Skerry, Elmore Morse A. Cartwright Dr. William Donald James Fisk Stanley Freeborn John Jennings Holt Atherton Julius Brown Geary Bundschu William Elmore Earle Fast Robert Hall Jim Hendrick HONORARY Richard Kessler Earl E. Leaderman Earl Leebrick Mathew Lynch John MacKenzie ACTIVES Paul Holmes Morris Landon Dick Ohm Al Patterson Fred Roberts Will Rogers Gervies Semmens Paul Semmens William W. Monahan Robert G. Sproul Capt. John Switzer Edwin Voorhies Carl Zamloch Ray Skerry Henry Steinbach Don Storch Doug Thomas Frank Thomas Jim Warren Peter Youdall 415 WInGED HEL ET SOCIETY Men ' slionor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1901 ONE CHAPTER UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES A. W. Ragan C. W. Raymond Leon Richardson Charles Shaw Robert Sibley Robert Sproul Thomas Stow George Taylor Robert Underhill Edwin Voorhies Earl Warren Baldwin Woods James Allen Carroll Ebright Leonard Allison Clinton Evans David Barrows Fred Fischer Eric Bellquist Stanley Freeborn Herbert Bolton Raymond Gettell Ralph Chaney Elmer Goldsworthy Charles Chapman Walter Gordon James Corley Charles Gulick, Jr. Ira Cross Brutus Hamilton W. J. Davis Joel Hildebrand Malcolm Davisson Miles Hudson Monroe Deutsch G. G. Hyde William Donald Henry Kingman Myron Krueger Armin Leuschner James McBaine N. Wing Mah Guy Montgomery Russell Nagler L. A. Nichols Ronald Olson Franklin Palm Herbert Priestley Kenneth Priestley F. H. Probert Thomas Putnam SENIORS Arthur Anderson Dean Dunnicliff Robert Andresen Thomas Elmendorf Holt Atherton Charles Fender Samuel Balliet Robert Fio Rito Clarence Barnes Arthur Gassaway Thomas Bell Houghton Gifford William Blevins Morris Glickfeld John Bryan Hugh Gourdin Geary Bundschu James Hendrick Warren Craig Albert Hogan Wesley Craig Victor Jacobson Cloyd Dawson William Joost Edward Dill Jack Klukkert Morris Landon George Lindman Donald Lindsay Melville Long Gerald Lutes John McGee Gay Maclise Albert May Luther Nichols John Patterson Richard Peter David Queen Joe Ralston David Rice Sam Ruvkun Edward Saunders William Smails Owen Smith Ted Staffler Henry Steinbach Leslie Still George Talbot John True Jim Warren Roberton Williams Earl Wilson JUNIORS Raymond Amling Irwin Diamond Conrad Goerl John Miller Clarence Amonette John Donoghue Loyal Griffin Frederick Muller Raymond Arnold Doble Doyle Robert Hale Leverett Sacre Hilliard Bain William Dunn John Hanna William Simpson James Bailey Roger Dunstan Orville Hatcher Robert Sproul James Barstow Earle Durley George Herrero George Stevens Munroe Benson Henry Evers Harcourt Hervey Robert Stone John Biles Edward Ferguson Robert Hogan William Swan Robert Binkley Winston Fick Douglas Kennedy Lawrence Taylor Emile Bouhaben Ralph Fisher Perry Lamb Walter Temme John Bricker Richard Folmer Stuart Lewis Robert Thaman William Canning Robert Foster Franklin Lloyd Richard Vieille Walter Casey John Friedricksen Wendell Mackey Ian Wishart William Cox John Fuller Carmel Martin Irving Witt Dario De Benedictis William Fulton Wallace Matson Jean Witter Richard De Golia Fred Garner Wallace Meyer Thomas Yamashita Albert Derian Henry Zacharias 416 T R I 11 E (Sophomore Men ' s Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1934 ONE CHAPTER Back row: Grant, Klemmer, Ferguson, Jurkovich, Mason, Hiester, Thorburn, Schaeffer, Thorns Second row: Welcome, Leidholt, Swisher, Peterson, Wilson, Goodell Front row: English, Sapiro, Meyer, Brush, MacBride OFFICERS Fall Spring Eugene Pickett President Allan Sapiro Jack Leidholt Vice-President Jim Jurkovich Allan Sapiro Secretary-Treasurer John Kearns UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Ralph C. Chaney Stanley B. Freeborn Edwin C. ACTIVES Frank Bender Robert Grant Benton Meyer Frank Brush Alan Hiester Alden Peterson William Cluthe Wallace Joseph Eugene Pickett Robert Douthitt James Jurkovich Allan Sapiro Wilfred Durkee John Kearns Robert Schaeffer Peter English Grover Klemmer Armand Swisher John Ferguson John Leidholt Jack Thorburn Chris Fox Richard Lippi David Thurm Gordon Garetson Hall MacBride Wayne Welcome Donald Goodell Tom Mason Richard E. Wilson 417 THE BIG ETV Back row: Smith, Wilcox, Olson, A., Saunders, Bennett, Hodes, Davis, Lawrence, Biles, B., Mason, Biles, M. Third row: Lewis, Bailey, Hogan, Klukkert, Alameida, Lafaille, Still, Olson, R., Fulton, Staffler Second row: David, Frocm, Reese, Michael, Casey, Long, Wolf, Gough, D onohoe, Schroepfer Front row: Amonette, O ' Toole, Griffith, Craig, Wesley, McIntyre, Vollmer, Gassaway, Tharp, Craig, Warren, Ford Fall OFFICERS Earl Ford President Clarence Barnes Vice-President Carl Hoberg Secretary Martin Biles Athletic Council Denzil Widel Athletic Council HONORARY AND UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Richard Abreu W. H. Davis Elmer Goldsworthy Miles Hudson Ernest Madison Thomas Putnam Leonard B. Allison Charles Derleth Walter Gordon Elbert Hugill Ralfe Miller A. W. Ragan David P. Barrows Monroe Deutsch Brutus Hamilton Charles Hyde Russell Nagler Robert Gordon Sproul Albert Becker William Donald Dr. James Harkness Delbert Jones Edgar Nemir Tom Stow Ralph Chaney Carroll Ebright Robert Hemphill Charles Keeney Franklin Palm Irwin Uteritz Charles Chapman Clinton Evans Robert Herwig Harry Kingman Charles Pease Edwin Voorhies James Corley William Fallon Joel Hildebrand Frank Kleeberger Kenneth Priestley Frank Wickhorst Tracy Crawford Herbert Foster Robert Wilson FOOTBALL Ray Amling Al Derian Orville Hatcher Jim Jurkovich Jack McQuary Bob Reinhard Arthur Anderson Charles Donohoe George Herrero Carl Leipzig Tom Mason Paul Semmens Lee Artoe Ray Dunn Carl Hoberg Jack Liedholt Morley Mathewson Jack Smith Robert Binkley William Elmore Bob Hongola Stu Lewis Al Olson Ted Staffler Stu Cox Dick Folmer Bill Huters Gerald Lutes Gene Pickett Armand Swisher Stan Cox Harlan Gough Dave Queen Henry Zacharias BASKETBALL Bob Alameida Walt Bickerton Dick David Bill Garetson Iry Hodes Edward Saunders Jim Bailey Bob Biles John McGee Roy Tamm BASEBALL Ray Amling Dick David Carl Hoberg Mike Koll Jack Martin Charles O ' Toole Ray Arnold Stanley Griffith Bob Imucci Stu Lewis Ed Ongerth Al White TRACK Dick Bahme Tom Coull Fay Froom Loren McIntyre Allen Patterson Leonard Spencer Clarence Barnes Warren Craig Bob Hogan Fred Marshall Dick Peter Hanlon Tharp Bryant Bennett Wesley Craig Jim Kitts Herbert Michael John Reese Ted Vollmer Martin Biles Earl Ford Melville Long Luther Nichols Guinn Smith Denzil Widel Barney Wolf CREW William Blevins John Cooley William Fulton John Hansen Frank Lawrence John Schroepfer Walter Casey Forrest DuBois Arthur Gassaway Jack Klukkert Robert Olson Norman Soderstrand Harry Connolly Linton Emerson Leslie Still TENNIS Clarence Amonette Glenn Hippensticl Robin Hippenstiel Robert McCaughin Wallace Meyer William Swan William Canning Max Wilcox INTRAMURAL Ed Brewer Spring Martin Biles Carl Hoberg Forrest DuBois Clarence Barnes Paul Semmens R CIRCLE " I SOCIETY Back row: Stone, Schoenig, Bower, Dill, Ferris, Grant, Willi, Karp, Belkin, Zalay, Shimoff, Sparks, Gammon, Cozens, Norris Third row: Hovick, Garrard, Chandler, Frahm, Faas, Hanen, Barker, Crummey, Hahu, Pearlman, Chaney Second raw: Takahashi, Sakada, McKeown, Woodman, Meinherger, Fuji, Wright, Dorwin, Beckerleg, George Front row: Rogers, Spiess, Mittler, Fisher, Shaff, Schlesinger, Raski, Lamb, Yamashita, Steven OFFICERS President Winston Woodman Vice-President Earl Mittler Secretary Al Schlesinger HONORARY Leonard Allison William LonaId E. Graff Charles Keeney Charles Pease Julius Schroeder Raymond Balsley Al Dowden Brutus Hamilton Edgar Nemir E. G. Probert Henry Stone Harry Davis Elmer Goldsworthy Norman Hinds Heber Newsom J. Raine C. A. Zamlock BOXING Forest DuBois Don Flaherty Yoshio Handa Earl Mittler Dick Peter LB. BASKETBALL Eric Beckerleg Freeman Dill George Gammon John Perlec John Strathouse Clare Wilson Richard Christensen Cal Ferris Steven Leong Masao Sakada Terry Takahashi Tom Yamashita John Fontenrose Walt Meinberger Edward Schaefer Edward Willi CROSS COUNTRY Bob Bower Herbert Fahnstock Normal Hodson Chester Kemp Dick Peter FENCING William Hohenthal Jack Hovick Noel Spiess GYMNASTICS Jack Fishman Richard Gardner HANDBALL Herbert Pearlman Leon Shaff RUGBY Franklin Lindeburg Jim Warren SOCCER George Cadwell Wilmon Ayer Art Anderson Ray Altman Ralph Crummey Fernando Escobar Calder Hayes Al Schlesinger Roberton Williams Leo Ball Robert Dorwin Clark Grant Miller Jensen James Taylor Ernest Zalay Henry Erlich James Habu Peter McKeown Robert Williams SWIMMING Bill Barker George Doran Don Garrard Perry Lamb John McNally Gay Maclise John Bricker SKIING Stuart Dole Kenneth Hayes WATER POLO Dan Aronson Bill Chandler Dan Drake Don Garrard John Norris Winston Woodman Fred Cozens Herbert Frahm Ed Hurlbut Bill Sparks WRESTLING Meyer Fisher Frank Knowlton Fred Merrell Andres Oddstad Dewey Raski Dick Wright ICE HOCKEY Morris Belkin Robert Clark Bernard Faas Max Hanen Max Isenstein Emil Kwasney RIFLE TEAM Richard Chaney Sam Johnson Loren McIntyre Hugh Steven Bob Weyand 419 ACE OF CLUBS (Intersorcrity Social Organization) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1928 ONE CHAPTER Back row: Lion, Pinger, Sanford, Kelly, Harvey, Thomas, Rath, Dexter. Pratt Front row: Porter, Pruyn, Turner, Cobh OFFICERS Fall Spring Jean Kelly President Marilouise Sanford Betty Ann Turner Vice-President Betty Ann Turner Elizabeth Pinger Secretary Margery Lion Winifred Tinning Treasurer Jacqueline Thomas SENIORS Catherine Cobb Elizabeth Pinger Marilouise Sanford Martha Dexter Jean Porter lean Sayre Jane Harvey Beverly Pratt Jacqueline Thomas Jean Kelly Patricia Pruyn Winifred Tinning Margery Lion Elizabeth Rath Betty Ann Turner JUNIORS Betty Brown Beth Fennimore Phoebe Johnson Janet Brown Jean Guittard Nancy Leland Janet Curran Meredith Hicks Margaret Meads SOPHOMORE Peggy McLaurin 420 ALPHA D A SIGMA (Professional Advertising Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI, 1913 CHARLES RAYMOND CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1927 SEVENTEEN CHAPTERS Back row: Smith, Bromberg, McNeil, Moore, Tackle, Desmond Second row: Monteith, Johnson, MacDonald, Winans, Reginald, Haven First row: MacMillan, Rider, Guggenheim. Edelstein, Frank OFFICERS President Roderick Macdonald Vice-President Robert Guggenheim Secretary Rolla Rider Treasurer Phillip Twombly Chapter Advisor Ewald T. Grether HONORARY Irving Baltzer John J. Cuddy Prof. Ewald T. Grether Wilmot P. Rogers H. C. Bernsten Harold Deal Walter Held William Ryan Reginald Biggs Prof. Robert W. Desmond Kenneth W. Hinks Stanley Swanberg Earl V. Burke Ben D. Dixon Russell Knowland Lou E. Townsend Walter Burke GeorP-e Dunscomb Carl F. Ohliger Earl W. Weller McCulloch Campbell Carl J. Eastman Ramsay Oppenheim I. King Wilkin Charles W. Collier Charles E. Greenfield Prof. Royal Roberts Howard Willoughby UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Robert Desmond Fred C. Fischer Robert Laws Royal Roberts SENIORS Ed Anderson Roderick Macdonald Wrede Pe tersmeyer Stuart Smith Wallace S. Aron George McNeil Fred Rea Edmund Tackle Robert Guggenheim Fred Merrell Harry J. Reginald Phillip S. Twombly Thomas Haven Charles Moore Rolla Rider Webster Winans JUNIORS Jerry Edelstein Charles R. Gaston H. Corwin Johnson Peter S. Monteith Ralph Frank Carl Johnson Donald A. MacMillan William G. Scharpff SOPHOMORES Jerrold J. Bromberg . Paul Ferguson Robert Levy 421 ALPHA U DELTA (National Nursing Fraternity) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1921 NINE CHAPTERS AI len Lang made Bench McDaniel Selff Blake McHenry Smith Collins Makelim Warner Delfs Mindlin Gould Reed Seeger OFFICERS President Dorothea McHenry Vice-President Helen Allen Treasurer Dorothy Prior Corresponding Secretary Margaret Warner Recording Secretary Lillian Blake HONORARY Miss Margaret Beattie Miss Ruth Hay Dr. Claira Kohls Dr. S. P. Lucia Dr. Edith Bryan GRADUATE Henrietta Montgomery SENIORS Jean Cameron Doris Friday Mildred McDaniel Miriam Page JUNIORS Louise Langmade Dorothea McHenry SOPHOMORES Helen Allen Jean Cameron Violet McPherson Muriel Sickler Eva Anderson Evelyn Cohelan Eleanor Meyrick Phyllis Tindell Barbara Bamford Charlotte Dennett Dorothy Prior Margaret Warner Lillian Blake Glada Gould Betty Reed Jacqueline Weske June Brainerd Ann Makelim Ileana Selff Marian Woods FRESHMEN Elizabeth Bench Muriel Delfs Margaret Pedrotti Mary Scully Martha Collins Doris Duncan Dorothy Prescott Aldene Seeger Gladys Cooper Mollie Mindlin Anita Rozmarine Kathleen Smith 422 B 0 (University of California Band Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1934 ONE CHAPTER Back row: Frank, Lee, Weston, Hodge, Lindman, Goff, Hamilton, Joseph, Tellefsen, Ligda Third row: Halcomb, Watters, Christensen, Quinn, Fraley, Friedlein, Walz, Edwards Second row: Galen, McNary, Taylor, Lerner, White, Laycock, Gordon, Cameron, Lloyd Front row: Brown, Fuller, Mills, deLanoy, Smith, Livingstone, Beaton, Cotton OFFICERS President Edward T. deLanoy Vice-President Robert V. Smith Secretary Donald M. Gray Treasurer William H. Livingston HONORARY Edwin D. Bonner Chris Tell:fsen GRADUATES Stanley Diamond W. Oliver Hodge SENIORS Virgil G. Mills Lloyd F. Christensen Harold F. Edwards Lester H. Halcomb Robert V. Smith Marvin C. Colton Earl. J. Fraley Willard R. Ivarson Arthur J. Walz Lawrence S. Deacon Milton Frank, Jr. George E. Lindman Ralph N. Watters Edward T. deLanoy Robert C. Gordon F. Ralph Lloyd Stanley K. Weston Donald M. Gray Clarence W. Masonheimer JUNIORS Frank H. Brown John L. Fuller Robert S. Lee William H. Livingston Gordon B. Cameron Woodman C. Hamilton Jerome M. Lerner James N. White William J. Joseph Myron G. H. Ligda SOPHOMORES Edward R. Brown John R. Fairchild Gilbert L. Friedlein, Jr. Frank Laycock Gordon H. Goff Robert M. McNary Malcolm Taylor Donald F. Quinn Robert C. Smith 423 BETA A HA PSI (National Accounting Honor Fraternity) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, 1919 LAMBDA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1925 TWENTY CHAPTERS Back row: Purkey, Riksheim, Hendriksen, Steven, Woodruff, Reynolds, Brosseau Third row: Goldenson, Husby, Kling, Carleton, Bello, Pitt, Phillips, Villard, Grant Second row: Collett, Fabretti, Dewhirst, Whites ides, Broughton, Jones, Jackson, Andrews Front row: Sauer, Stewart, Miles, Thomas, Tauzik, Atwood, Fovinci, Staehling, Mason OFFICERS President Jack Atwood Vice-President Russell Tauzik Secretary Edwin Riksheim Treasurer William Thomas UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES William Blackler John G. Blocker Henry Rand Hatfield Perry Mason Charles C. Staehling GRADUATES John Atwood Gordon Miller Edward Ritelli Merrell Skeels Charles Lamden Norman Mundell Holden Sanford SENIORS Russell Andrews John Fabretti Richard Martens Austin Simons Oswald Brosseau Clifford Gant Frederick Miles Rodney Stanton John Carleton Eldon Hendriksen Don Phillips Alan Stewart William Chandler Gordon Husby William Pitt Russell Tauzik Driggs Collett Robert Jackson Joseph Purkey William Thomas Robert Dewhirst Harold Johnson Edwin Riksheim Arthur Tooby Donald Dobbie Norman Jones Edward Rothschild William Waki Charles Donohoe William Kling Theodore Salmon Glen Whalen Richard Erskine John McNeil Joseph Sauer Curtis Woodruff JUNIORS Robert Bello Ralph Fickenscher Kenneth Reynolds Albert Villard Frank Bronner Mario Fovinci Jared Scudder Thomas Whitesides Charles Broughton Gordon Furth Hugh Steven Douglas Young William Conley Randall Goldenson William Stone 424 BETA GAmMA SIGMA (Commerce Scholastic Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, 1907 LOCAL CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1913 FORTY-FIVE CHAPTERS Back row: Nakagawa, Mowrey, Hendriksen, Kren, Altman, Riksheim Third row: Grossman, Kling, Briare, Kenyon, Maim, Jackson, Zapf Second row: Collett, Miles, Atwocd, Fahretti, Staehling, Mason, Farr Front row: Jones, Spivak, Locey, Robinson, Morrison, Husby Fall OFFICERS Spring Edward Ritelli President Norman Jones Arline Spivak Vice-President Shirley Morrison Raymond Altman Secretary Gordon Husby Norman Jones Treasurer Eldon Hendriksen HONORARY Vera Mae Bishop Milton H. Epstein Clotilde G. Fiske Lewis Lilly Joy Lichtenstein Robert A. Roos UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Chester H. R owell Paul A. Sinsheimer Joe S. Bain Robert D. Calkins Henry Grady Perry Mason David P. Barrows Ira B. Cross Ewald T. Grether Sanford A. Mosk R. D. W. Bartels Stuart Daggett Charles A. Gulick Albert H. Mowbray John G. Blocker Malcolm A. Davisson Henry R. Hatfield Carl C. Plehn Norman S. Buchanan John F. Forbes Melvin M. Knight Royal A. Roberts Floyd F. Burtchett Robert A. Gordon Carl Landauer Charles C. Staehling Paul Cadman GRADUATES John Atwood Albert Brundage Cheuk Moy Edward Ritelli Richard Briare Abraham Jacobson Norman Mundell Merrell Skeels Archie Drennen SENIORS Raymond Altman Robert Jackson Finn Mahn Edwin Riksheim Driggs Collett Norman Jones Richard Martens Ruth Robinson John Fabretti James Kenyon Frederick Miles Arline Spivak Eldon Hendriksen William Kling Shirley Morrison Russell Tauzik Gordon Husby Harold Kren Loren Mowry Karl Zapf Eleanore Locey Edward Nakagawa JUNIORS Donald Corbin Grant Farr Gregory Grossman William Wolf 425 [HI iron (Civil Engineering Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, 1922 CALIFORNIA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1925 SEVENTEEN CHAPTERS Back row: Olson, Petersen, Bresler, Bolton, Rau, Oberman, Peletz, Teixeira Third row: Hutchison, Shackelford, Crandall, Walcott, De Maria, Lappinen, Parlett, Jespersen Second row: Mendenhall, Beedle, Bussell, Ludwig, Pirtz, Hyde, Pinkham Front row: Countryman, Ruvkun, Kaufman, Garretson, Krueger, Collin OFFICERS Fall Spring Bradley B. Garretson President Cyril Peletz Lawrence Hutchinson Vice-President Sam Ruvkun Sam Ruvkun Recording Secretary Boris Bresler Samuel Schultz Corresponding Secretary Victor Cole Lynn Beedle Treasurer William Hyde Barton Shackelford Associate Editor of Transit Barton Shackelford HONORARY Paul Bailey Henry Brunnier Harmer Davis Raymond Davis Charles Derleth Henry Dewell Charles Duke Howard Eberhart Sturla Einarsson Bernard Etcheverry Francis Foote Sidney Harding Walter Huber Charles Hyde Bruce Jameyson Wilfred Langelier Jack Nenstadt Leon Nishkian Charles Ostrom Augustus Saph Fred Scobey Robert G. Sproul George Troxell Clement Wiskocil GRADUATE Mohamed A. Selim SENIORS Lynn Beedle George Bolton Boris Bresler John Bussell Victor Cole Alvaro Collin Arthur Cooke David Countryman Lionel Crandall Charles De Maria Bradley Garretson Eustachio Gasperetti Robert Jespersen Thomas Johns Alfred Kaufman Gordon Klippel William Krueger Arthur Lappinen Russell Ludwig Irvan Mendenhall Andres Oddstad Carl Olson Cyril Peletz Robert Perez John Petersen James Rostron Sam Ruvkun Barton Shackelford Loyal Smith Robert Williamson JUNIORS William Hyde Carlos Ospina Clarkson Pinkham Leonard Robinson Edward Kadel 426 DELTA CNI ALPHA (Decorative Art Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1934 THOMAS DIBBLE BROWNE KISPERT JOHNSON President Vice-President Secretary Social Secretary Treasurer OFFICERS President Barbara Lee Thomas Vice-President Ruth Dibble Secretary Patricia Browne Social Secretary Barbara Kispert Treasurer Patricia Johnson UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Billie Christensen Helen Fancher Mae Lent Mary Patterson SENIORS Barbara Berg Vivien Butts Ruth Dibble Mary Dixon Jane Eastman Ruth Edwards Lois Funk Phyllis Hall June Hamilton Patricia Johnson Barbara Kispert Cherie Reeser Mary Skattebol Marilyn Smithers Barbara Lee Thomas Mary Upton Sophie Williams JUNIORS Marion Baldwin Laverne Geddio Anna Mack Jeanette Wheeler Priscilla Cobb Mary Lou Hardy Anne Morgan Doris Wilton Ruth Laubacher Keyko Tsuchiya SOPHOMORES Alice Anninos Miriam Bronstein Patricia Browne Jean Carruthers Lorraine Chapman Claire Christesen Miriam Cleinman Ruth Dingle Barbara Evans Phyllis Everson Virginia Hammond Elleo Hittell Phyllis Juch Catherine Lolly Lorraine McDermott Mary McElroy Lois McNamara Margaret Maze Constance Robinson Ruth Sanden Marian Schaaf Marian Schlichtmann Jeanne Smith Winifred Somogyi Jean Surridge Virginia Thompson Mary Alice Walz Jeanne Watson Cay Wilding FRESHMEN Phyllis Botto Margaret Jory Patricia Pauliger Barbara Seule Mary Jane Eastman Mavis Marten Margaret Piggott Marilyn Smith Marthamary Finke Laura McKevitt Billie Samuelson Verone Straefer Margaret Milligan Barbara Seitz 427 111Pr-7 DELTA Pill EPSIL011 (National Service Fraternity) FOUNDED AT GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY, 1920 EPSILON CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1923 NINE CHAPTERS 4:1 Fenley Neal Taft Berry Bosl Christensen Coombs Cryer Druhe Fahey Jones Killingsworth Langpaap Lase!! Merman Morgan Myers Robinson, E. Scott Shayman Simpson Strickland Sullivan Gamon Gordon High Holt Newby Owens Poore Robinson, C. Vaughn Walstrom Williams OFFICERS President Charles W. Robinson Vice-President David Gamon Secretary Edward Robinson Treasurer Maurice R. Coombs Editor Charles H. Vaughn Librarian-Historian David N. Druhe Sergeant-at-Arms Patrick J. Sullivan UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Eric C. Bellquist John B. Condliffe Lawson Reno GRADUATES Ignatius L. Billy • Frederick E. Kidder Joseph H. Maulhardt Norman D. Rich Harold A. Estep SENIORS Frank Bosl Robert C. Gordon Charles W. Robinson Raphael S. Strickland Maurice R. Coombs Paul E. Langpaap Laurence L. Scott Charles H. Vaughn Robert J. Dorr James E. Neal G. Harvey Selwyn J. Cole Williams JUNIORS William A. Berry, Jr. Robert W. Binkley, Jr. Thomas V. M. Cryer David N. Druhe Allison S. Fahey Albert G. Fenley David L. Gamon Wallace G. Holt Lee R. Johnson Mark Jones, Jr. Ernest Easel] Scudder Mersman, Jr. Homer Poore Edward Robinson John Shayman Patrick Sullivan Harold Simpson Milton Walstrom Arthur Russell Wilson SOPHOMORES Jerry Bolibaugh Gavin High Jack Mower Taft Taft Laurens Killingsworth Robert Owens FRESHMEN Raymond Christensen Lloyd Morgan George Edward Meyers John Newby Alberto de Grassi 428 ETA KAPPA nu (Electrical Engineering Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS, 1904 MU CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1915 THIRTY-THREE CHAPTERS Back row: Serdahl, Phillips, Wight, Moose, Munn, Austin Third row: Lovelace, Kaste, Prud ' homme, Milkis, Balsley Second row: Bolljahn, Tilles, Yanagisawa, Collins, Horta, Hunsaker Front row: Abbott, Paganelli, Gibson, Best, Norris, Burch OFFICERS President Frederick Best Vice-President William Norris Recording Secretary Glenn Fowler Corresponding Secretary Lloyd Walden Treasurer John Bolljahn Bridge Correspondent James Burch UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Raymond Ager Leonard Black Charles Dalziel Daryl Davis Leonard Fuller Curtis Abbott Warren Austin Raymond Balsley Frederick Best John Bolljahn James Burch Glenn Fowler Howard Gibson Robert Collins Richard Foy Michael Frankos George Kan Lauriston Marshall Thomas McFarland Louis Moose Joseph Pettit John Prichard Lester Reukema SENIORS Richard Horta Eugene Hunsaker Otto Jakel Victor Kaste R. V: Knierim Stuart Lovelace Oscar Lundstrom Michael Milkis Robert Nagel JUNIORS William McBride John Meyer Aurand Munn ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Burtis Robertson Herbert Scott Abe Tilles James Wight Baldwin Woods Robert Sibley James Nelson William Norris Earle Prud ' homme Spencer Robley Earl Serdahl Lloyd Walden George West Frederick Wood Kikuo Ogawa Italo Paganelli Chester Phillips Samuel Yanagisawa HONORARY Clarence Mager D. I. Cone F. L. Pernot L. S. Ready E. N. D ' Oyly G. H. Senger 429 MASH 1100 DAGGER (Dramatics Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1905 ONE CHAPTER HONORARY Judith Anderson Edwin Duerr Doris McIntyre Louis B. Reynolds Fred Blanchard Williard H. Durham Guy Montgomery Nathan Sc-tt Anthony F. Blanks Hope M. Gladding Eugen Neuhaus Wood Soanes Theodore Bowie Everett Glass Stephen C. Pepper Sarah H. Sturgess Alice Brainard Fred 0. Harris Irving Pichel Allen R. Thompson Sheldon Cheney Mary B. Harris Kenneth Priestley Charles Von Neumayer Mathurin Dondo Alexander H. Kaun Max Radin ALUMNI ACTIVE IN THE PROFESSION Morris Ankrum Crahan Denton Baldwin McGaw Robert Ross Lois Austin Vincent Duffy Mary Meyer Gloria Stuart William Bernal Ralph Edwards Paul Nathan Carol Eberts Veazye Bernice Berwin Richard Ehlers Nesta Paiva Kathleen Wilson Frank Brown John Eldridge Walter Plunkett Menahem Wolfe Lloyd Corrigan Frank Ferguson Stanley Quackenbush Donald Woods Augusta Dabney James Krieger Michael Raffeto Barton Yarborough GRADUATES Margaret Burt Dwight Larick John Thompson SENIORS Darrell Argubright William Fisher Hazel Leask Robert Nielsen Elizabeth Berryhill Grant Holcomb Patricia MacCaughey Harold Swanton Charles Davis Hugh Koford Virginia Mattis Jeanne Taylor Seth Ulman JUNIORS William Bither John Brenneis 430 OMEGODELTA (National Professional Optometric Fraternity) FOUNDED AT NORTH ILLINOIS COLLEGE, 1918 DELTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1922 SIX CHAPTERS Back row : Pearlman, Gurney, Glenn, Hobson, Haefeli, Donzis, Kelly, Kaltman, Silver, Thomas, Tsuchida, Pierce, Seater Third row : Minor, Francisco, Forsyth, Filkins, Benton, Salkin, Nerenberg, Mastache, Irelan, Raab, Beauclair, Seidel Second row : Sakada, del Terzo, Kirschen, Kass, Yabuno, Adams, Kawakami, Petersen, Weissman, Kasparian Front row : Mehlhaff, Lucchesi, Lester, Rosenberg, Minas, Dale, Shinkai, Weinstein, Springer OFFICERS President Robert Lester Vice-President Rayburn Mehlhaff Scribe John Beauclair Treasurer Raymond Gurney Chaplain George Dale Reporter Ben Nerenberg W.K.I.0 Raymond Lucchesi Librarian Robert Rosenberg Librarian Israel Kass FACULTY Everett Coe J. T. Hobson Harry Kamp F. L. Mason Ralph Minor Kenneth Stoddard SENIORS William Adams Albert Glenn Robert Lester Masao Sakada John Beauclair Raymond Gurney Harry Levin Lloyd Shinkai Dale Joe Lang Haefeli Raymond Lucchesi Gordon Taylor William Forsyth Herbert Kallmann Rayburn Mehlhaff Eiichi Tsuchida Lester Fourness Wright Kawakami Harold Minas Irving Weissman Clifford Francisco Walter Kelly Ben Nerenberg Robert Yabuno Morris Kirschen Robert Rosenberg JUNIORS Curtis Benton John del Terzo Harold Donzis Jack Filkins Raymond Harbinson James Irelan Dick Kasparian Israel Kass Arthur Lichtman Leno Mastache Herbert Pearlman Charles Petersen Keith Pierce Harry Raab Bernard Salkin Alvin Senter Leon Seidel Harry Silver Harry Springer George Weinstein 431 PHI (HI SENIORS Second row: Gunther, Golden, Williams, Newman, Ogle, Olson First row: Shields, Bennett, Koll, Aronson, Takahashi, Shuey JUNIORS Back row: Lapin, Reding, Matthews, Bower Second row: Schiomichi, Wendel, Yelland, Nisson, Levy Front row: Levey, Martin, Albertson, Alegria, Edelstein, Wong SOPHOMORES Back row: Lake, Goodell, Meek, Stone, Hayashi Second row: Ono, Dunn, Pickett, Hamilton, English, LeBaron Front row: Cook, Fletcher, Morgan, Hagen, Lind, Halley 432 PHI EP on CHI (University ce Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1937 ONE CHAPTER HONORARY Walter A. Haas Francis A. Jenkins Fall CLASS OF ' 41 Spring Al Newman President Mike Koll Bob Olson Vice-President Jack Klukkert Terry Takahashi Secretary Terry Takahashi MEMBERS Dan Aronson Jack Klukkert Wrede Petersmeyer Dick Bennett Mike Koll Clark Pinkham Harry Buck George Lindman James Roth Peter Chue John McPherson Al Shields Bob Considine Welburn Mayock Bill Shuey Louis Delaney Al Newman Stuart Smith Leslie Fishman Bill Norton Terry Takahashi Wilbert Fountain Bob Odell Tom Twohig Bob Golden Burdette Ogle Peter Vukasin Bill Gunther Bob Olson Bob Williams Lee Ham Dick Peter Harold Williams Ed Heffner Winston Woodman CLASS OF ' 42 Fall Spring Gordon Kaylor President Bob Levy John Martin Vice-President Joe Schiomichi John Alegria Secretary Dean Albertson Jim Tierney Sergeant at Arms George Nisson MEMBERS Dean Albertson John Alegria Charles Auerbach Bob Biles Bob Bower Walt Casey Irwin Diamond Jerome Edelstein Mark Edwards Andy Foreman Hodes Gordon Kaylor Willard Knapp Ray Lapin Louis Levey Bob Levy Bill McBride John Martin Don Matthews Don Morgan Bert Nelson George Nisson Bob Randall Jack Reding Bob Reynolds Joe Schiomichi Bob Stevens Jim Tierney Peter van den Bosch Jim Waller Claudius Ward Dave Wendel Ed Willi Delbert Wong Bob Yelland CLASS OF ' 43 Fall Spring Bob Douthitt President Hal Lind Peter English Vice-President Al McMurry Joe Oliver Secretary-Treasurer Bill Hagen MEMBERS Howard Cook, Jr. Bob James Dick Lippi Bob Douthitt Jim Jurkovich Al McMurry Jim Dunn Dave Kaplan Sid Meek Pete English Jack Kent Jim Morgan Bud Fletcher Grover Klemmer Joe Oliver Don Goodell Tom Lake Ted Ono Bill Hagen Bill Lasater Gene Pickett Jim Halley Bob Le Baron Gene Smith Dick Hamilton Hal Lind Al Stone Teruo Hayashi Dick Wilson 433 PHILO4THIAll (Women ' s Debating Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1920 Back row: Thaddeus, M., Rex, Pencovic Second row: Robinson, Horner, Ellsworth, Sakurai, deFremery, Gastelum Front row: Gabbert, Webster, Thaddeus, F., Phipps, Simpson, Stout, Waugh Fall OFFICERS Spring Emily Stout President Adele deFremery Adele deFremery Vice-President Virginia Evans Virginia Evans Secretary Trilis Ellsworth Katharine Sandholdt Treasurer Jean Gabbert SENIORS Virginia Evans Yuriko Sakurai Shirley Burkhard Virginia Dudek Adele deFremery Trilis Ellsworth Lee Curnutt Jean Gabbert Dora Gastelum Marjorie Hall JUNIORS Mary Moore Jean Rex Emily Stout SOPHOMORES Dorothy Homer Helen Mannagh Phyllis Pencovic Eleanor Phipps Constance Robinson Frances Thaddeus Margaret Thaddeus Bonnie Webster Katharine Sandholdt Harriet Simpson Bette Swirsky Avelina Waugh ' FRESHMAN Betty Peterson 434 PHR A ERES (National Women ' s Social Organization) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT LOS ANGELES, 1924 IOTA CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1935 TW ELVE CHAPTERS Hodgkinson Bixel Bradford McCoy Anderson Dinkins Larson Perrine Scarf Bernstein Kelley President Jean Hodgkinson Vice-President Jean Bixel Recording Secretary Eleanor Bradford Corresponding Secretary Audrey McCoy OFFICERS Treasurer Sigrid Anderson Historian Jean Dinkins Membership Chairman Lois Larson Publicity Chairman Betty Perrine UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Office Chairman Chairman Luncheon Chairman Caroline Scarf Pat Bernstein Norma Kelley Margaret Beattie Carolyn Babasinian Betty Barton Patricia Bateman Betty Brabazon Eleanor Bradford Louise S. Cobb Marguerite Brosnan Helen Callan Frances Colt Jane Eastman Grace Edgar Mary B. Davidson Helen W. Fancher SENIORS Antoinette Espinosa Peggy Hill Elsie Foster Jean Hodgkinson Evelyn Gionatti Norma Hoffman Lee Hanford Marion Jacobs Margaret Hicks Alice G. Hoyt Lois Larson Phyllis Learned Jean Lyons Audrey McCoy Ida W. Sproul Polly Moorhead Dorothy Morris Eileen Peacock Mitzi Roi Dorothy Stanger Lucy Ward Stebbins Margaret Tannehill Hellene Tinker Virginia Tittsworth Ethel Vizzard Florence Wiseman Sigrid Anderson Barbara Bickerdike Pat Bernstein Jean Bixel Florence Buehler Kathryn Buehler Elizabeth Burrage Betty Jane Chubb Janice Babcock Betty Barnhill Florence Belinsky Lois Bergantz Emogene Bowers Rita Brown Jane Callaghan Clarine Coppock Marjorie Cox Jean Cramer Lolabelle Curran Margaret Darling Verna Demichelli Dorothy Douglas Betty Engel Frances Carey Lucille Carney Elinor Crocker Beverley Cummings Margaret De Longpre Jean Dinkins Marjorie Doss Margaret Evans Elisabeth Fiske Helen Garbe Helen Goldman Jean Gross Winifred Hanna Rebecca Hayden Jean Heying Betty Sue Eybel Mary Finley Gladys Foster Stevina Freggario LeNore Glacken Glada Gould Marthel Greves JUNIORS Marjorie Hudson Junelle Jagers Janis Kennedy Sally Lee Lola Marraccini Bobbie McAlpine Dixie McCormick SOPHOMORES Myrnie Hancock Dorothy Harris Gale Hedtke Nancy Judson Adele Kleinhaupt Norma Kelley FRESHMEN Andrea McMorran Josephine Milanese Bettijean Miller Maureen Monson Betty Montgomery Adele Morse Nellie Mouradian Lillie Kretsuiger Jeane Lloyd Marjorie Meredith Martha Papadakis Gladys Parrott Jo Patton Lizette Pearce Helen Nidever Marilyn 011is Betty Perrine June Pickman Mary Kay Rhodes Ruth Roemer Betty Rupp Caroline Scarf Mary Reading Clavel Reite Rosalie Rose Irene Rosenberg Marmian Scott Thelma Searl Patricia Sexton Rose Marie Seeberger Esther Siegel Betty Stekoll Mary A. Summers Edith Thompson Margaret White Shirley Williams Mary Jane Winding Elaine Souza Doris Sparks Ethel Stekoll Elaine Sylvia Barbara Travers Barbara Jean Woody Dorothea Zaidel Helen Anderholm Mary Artal Frances Atwood Rita Bowes Natalie Burdick Jacquelyn Corker Alice Corder June Dunagan Laurel Glass Mildred Guisto Mildred Hansen Muriel Hunter Roberta Hyde Verl A. Jilbert Lucille Junca Mildred McGann Laverne Kleinwachter Lillyane Morrill Mildred Lowery Helen Oettel Nettie Marie Oberg Ruthelma Rowe Lydia Rydman Clare Sanguinetti Margaret Shepherd Margery Smith Barbara Sorenson Dorothy Thompson Back row: Pearce, Vizzard, Shepherd, Scarf, Judson, Rowe, Nidever, Brosnan, Cramer, Sanguinetti, Giusto, Tittsworth, Rosenberg, Parrott, Barnhill, Bergantz, Brabazon Fifth row: Atwood, Rupp, McCoy, Bateman, Larson, Darling, Cummings, Harris, Eybel, Gould, Sparks, Lyons, Eastman, Bickerdike Fourth row: Summers, Bennett, Dietrich, Foster, Kelley, Callaghan, Rose, Meredith, Meyrick, Learned, Hoffman, Gross, Bernstein Third row: Morse, Doss, Williams, 011is, Babasinian, Sylvia, Bowers, Callan, Roemer, Hanford, Crocker, Monson, Jilbert, Perrine Second row: Carney, Lowery, Anderson, Zwerling, Roi, Heying, Hayden, Hicks, Reite, Chubb, Wiseman, Marraccini, Tinker, Mouradian Front row: Edgar, Demichelli, Lloyd, Miller, Bixel, Engel, Jagers, Hodgkinson, Dinkins, Bradford, deLongpre, Travers, Espinosa, Rhodes 435 P H H Back row: Frederick, Twohig, Ogle, Kotok, Coffman, Mixer, Simonson, Reese, Delehanty Third row: Krel ing, Maureth, Gundlach, R., Smith, Mann, Will iams, Carter, Reich, Franklin, Kautield, Crossland, Watson Second row: Mattis, Guild lack, M., Russ, Jaques, Schumann, Woodman, Cozens, D inwiddie, Newman, Morse, Wentzel Front row: C lute, Wilmarth, Merrell, Blackman, Chandler, Winkler, Yel land, Wells, Montgomery 436 PHI PHI (National Inter fraternity Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, 1917 LOCAL CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1921 EIGHT CHAPTERS OFFICERS Fall Spring Thomas Twohig President Winston Woodman Eugene Baker Vice-President Charles Camper Arthur Anderson Secretary Peter van den Bosch Burdette Ogle Treasurer Melvin Gundlach R. B. Tippett Financial Advisor R. B. Tippett UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES William H. Adams William G. Donald F. Arthur Harris Franklin C. Palm David P. Barrows Carrot Ebright Charles G. Hyde Royal A. Roberts Charles E. Chapman Clinton Evans Robert Legge Leo Rogin Walter Christie Harland Frederick Melvin Lester Robert G. Sproul James Corley Stanley Freeborn George Louderback Edwin C. Voorhies Malcolm M. Davisson John W. Gregg Clinton R. Morse Wally Wedekind Charles Derleth Brutus Hamilton Ronald L. Olson Frank R. Wickhorst GRADUATES William S. Andrews, Jr. B. Dixon Conrad D. Robert Robinson Thomas R. Simonson Chester G. Carlisle L. Bartlett Kean, Jr. Lester D. Rohwer George R. Wentzel Robert B. Reese Robert C. Schiffner SENIORS Arthur R. Anderson Edward T. de Lanoy Al Krechtler Robert L. Olson Eugene Baker John Delehanty William Lana Norbert D. Ramirez Lothar 0. Blackman Robert S. Doane Hamilton Lowe Webster R. Robinson, Jr. William Bolce Cassius Dowell William McBurnie Paul Schumann George Bolitho Linton L. Emerson William McConnaha Milton Schwartz Harry Buck Melvin P. Gundlach John A. Mattis Brunswig Sholars William Chandler Lee E. Ham Frederick E. Merrell, Jr. George Taylor William Chiapella Grant Holcomb, Jr. Allan Mirk Thomas Twohig Frank R. Chilton Jack B. Klukkert James D. Moore Edward Williams George M. Clute Myron H. Koll Ralph C. Morse Robert E. Williams Frederick M. Cozens Robert Kostok Alfred W. Newman Robert V. Winkler Thurston J. Crossland Edward S. Kotok Burdette Ogle Winston Woodman JUNIORS Charles Camper Bruce Jaques John Norris James Tonascia Robert Carter Clifford Kaufield Karl Parker Peter van den Bosch Theodore Castle Willard Knapp Joseph Putnam James Waller Paul Coffman Joseph Kreling Herbert Reich Norman Watson Louis Delucchi Ralph Mann William Russ John Wellington William Dinwiddie James Maurseth Robert Scott Kenna Wells William Franklin Robert Mixer Carleton Smith Scott Wilmarth James Gilliam Frederick Montgomery Robert Stone Robert Yelland Robert Gundlach William Noel Thomas Stone 437 PI SIGMA (Professional Women ' s Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1937 ONE CHAPTER Back row: Fain, Worthington, Gearhart, Kallosser, MacCaughey, Smith Front row: Lunt, Ponsford, Morris, Cavalli, Addlestone, Saben Fall OFFICERS Spring Jean Worthington President Charlotte Morris Virginia Saam Vice-President Virginia Tittsworth Virginia Tittsworth Recording Secretary Joan Ponsford Lois Kearney Corresponding Secretary Dorothy Smith Joan Ponsford Historian Helen McArtor HONORARY Florence Gardner SENIORS Ardith Burns Ruth Igleheart Frances Miner Dorothy Smith Lorraine Cavalli Lois Kearney Charlotte Morris Marcia Tice Laura Fain Lorraine Lunt Joan Ponsford Virginia Tittsworth Hedwig Falkell Pat MacCaughey Arline Robinson Jean Worthington Betty Greenwald Helen McArtor Virginia Saam Jean Zeller JUNIORS Norma Addlestone Ellen Frith Alice Betty Hill Janet Curran Catherine Grover June Kallosser 438 PI DELTeEPSIL011 • (Men ' s Journalistic Honor Society) FOUNDED AT SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY, 1909 LOCAL CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1918 • Aron Brenckenfeld DeGrassi Fahun Fleming Furth Goer! Hardwick Jones Lee Matthews Merrell Nelson Tackle Vance West OFFICERS President Frederick Merrell Vice-President Wallace Aron Secretary-Treasurer Alberto deGrassi HONORARY David P. Barrows Harold L. Bruce William Wallace Campbell Morse A. Cartwright Robert W. Desmond Charles Derleth, Jr. Monroe E. Deutsch Charles Caldwell Dobie Bill Calkins David Camp Edwin Emery Newton B. Drury Harold Ellis Samuel T. Farquahar Fred C. Fischer Charles M. Gayley Samuel J. Hume Benjamin e. Kurtz J. R. Knowland, Jr. Benjamin Lehman William W. Monahan Luther A. Nichols John E. Pickett Charles H. Raymond Charles H. Reiber Robert Sibley Robert G. Sproul Robert P. Utter James E. Wales Chauncey Wells Benjamin Ide Wheeler Ira Wilkin George A. Pettitt Herbert I. Priestley Henry Schacht UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES James L. C. Ford Robert F. Laws Walter S. Frederick L. Melvin Lester SENIORS Wallace Aron William Jones Frederick Merrell Fred Vast Gordon Fleming Bruce Lee Edmund Tackle JUNIORS Gurney Breckenfeld Gordon Furth Jean Hardwick Albert Nelson Alberto deGrassi Conrad Goerl Donald Matthews John Vance Don Fabun Norris West Deceased 439 SHULL An D HEYS Back row: Still.Smith. Patterson, PA., Elmendorf Third, row: Patterson, R., Barstow, Thaman, Henshaw, Steinbach, Paddock, Sinai ' s, Folmer, Garetson, Witter, Lloyd, Rogers, Callan, Wood, T., Bailey, Hogan, Snel I, Garner, Benson, Casey, Sacre, Holmes, Atherton, Ain I ing , Ohm Second row: Semmens, P., Warren, Martin, Mackey, Bradford, Bunclschu, Dunnicl iff , Roberts, Berntsen, McCain, Wood, C. Front row: M ikel, Semmens, G., Hendrick, Skerry, Landon, Sproul, Storch, Hatcher, Chappel I, Staffler 440 SHULL trno HEYS (Inter fraternity Social Organization) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1892 ONE CHAPTER Fall OFFICERS Spring Richard Ohm President Jim Warren Doug Thomas Vice-President Fred Roberts James Hendrick Secretary James Hendrick Jim Warren Corresponding Secretary Charles Wood HONORARY Dick Abru °Col. G. C. Edwards Alexander Kidd Carl Reich Stub Allison James Fisk Lawrence Kinnaird Thomas Sanford Bodie Andrews Martin Flaherty Peter B. Kyne William Sechell David Barrows Wally Fredericks Wendell Latimer James Shaeffer Gill Becker Stanley Freeborn Karl Leebrick Andy Smith Anthony Blanks Horace Gaither °Matthew Lynch George Smithson Dr. Boles Raymond Gettell E. Landon Robert G. Sproul Norman Buchanan Everett Glass Austin McDonald Hurford E. Stone Paul Cadman Elmer Goldsworthy Walter Magee Tom Stow John Calkins, Jr. Capt. S. G. Goodman Jack McKenzie Edward Stricklin Donald Cameron Lieut. Greenlaw Ralph Merritt Major T. Switzer Ralph Chaney John Grover Ralph Miller Nicholas Taliaferro Charles Chapman Brutus Hamilton Brick Mitchell Edward Taylor Walter Christie Dr. James Harkness Brick Morse Jules Truex Clarence Corey Robert Hemphill Russ Nagler Uteritz Harry Davis Norman Hinds Eugen Neuhaus Philip Van Horn Malcolm Davisson John Hostater John Neylan Charles Voltz Monroe E.Deutsch H. S. Howard Ronald Olson Edwin Voorhies William Donald Miles Hudson °Edmund O ' Neil Benjamin Wallace Newton Drury James Hutchinson Franklin Palm Benjamin Ide Wheeler W. H. Durham Lincoln Hutchinson Major G. Peabody Frank Wickhorst Ky Ebright Bill Ingram Ken Priestley Bob Wilson Capt. Neil Edmunds Bert Jones Thomas Putnam Carl Zamloch SENIORS Art Anderson Tim Hendrick Jack Reese Earle Snell Holt Atherton Al Hogan Fred Roberts Ted Staffler Julius Brown Paul Holmes Will Rogers Hank Steinbach Geary Bundschu Bill Lamoreux Ed Saunders Les Still Dean Dunnicliff Morris Landon Gervis Semmens Bob Stone Tom Elmendorf Jed Lutes Paul Semmens Don Storch Bill Elmore Lee Merritt Bob Shine Doug Thomas Earl Fast Dick Ohm Ray Skerry Frank Thomas Fay Froom Al Patterson Bill Smails Jim Warren Bob Hall Bob Patterson Guinn Smith Tom Wood JUNIORS Ray Amling Walt Casey Frank Lloyd Bob Sproul Jim Bailey Doug Chappell Jack McQuary Larry Taylor Jim Barstow Dick Folmer Wendell Mackey Bob Thaman Moe Benson Fred Garner Cappy Martin Jean Witter Carl Berntsen Hatcher Rossi Mikel Chuck Wood Bill Bradford Ned Henshaw Eliot Paddock Ed Callen Bob Hogan Lev Sacre ' Deceased 441 SCABBARD n0 BLADE (National Military Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, 1904 LOCAL CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1923 EIGHTY-SIX CHAPTERS Back row: MacConaghy, Blair, Olson, Riksheim, Schwinger, Stephenson, Matthews, Gilliam, Peletz, Kaufman Fourth row: Harper, Proctor, Nielsen, Scott, Kitchener, Thode, Griswold, Foorman, Lorenzen, Pleshko Third row: Best, Penn, Doane, Williams, Harding, Pinkham, Swisher, Lathrop, Montgomery Second row: Weisman, McBride, French, Cappello, Lindman, Anderson, Taylor, Bogardus Front row: Spiess, Gianelli, Norton Fall OFFICERS Spring Edward Graalfs Captain William Gianelli Arthur Wollert First Lieutenant Noel Spiess Charles Moore Second Lieutenant Hugh Wright William Gianelli First Sergeant William Norton Lieutenant Curtis Liaison Officer Lieutenant Curtis UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Henry J. Armstrong Sturla Einarsson Burce C. Hill Leonard B. Loeb Chas. D. Shane David P. Barrows Howard W. Fitch George C. Hollingsworth Samuel C. May Robert Sibley LeRoy Bartlett, Jr. Leonard F. Fuller James Howell, Jr. William May Robert G. Sproul Edward W. Bowes Donald C. Godwin Francis R. Hunter George S. McCullough Thomas Steel James M. Cline Elmer C. Goldsworthy Wesley C. Hurley William F. Meyer Hurford E. Stone Elmer P. Curtis Brutus Hamilton Charles G. Hyde William J. Norton Francis S. Swett Alva R. Davis Frank W. Hadley Robert J. Kerner Franklin C. Palm Harold L. Tallman Charles Derleth, Jr. James L. Hayden Albert P. Krueger Royal A. Roberts Robert Underhill John M. Dickerson Robert W. Hagan J. D. B. Lattin J. B. Rogers Carl J. Vogt Monroe E. Deutsch William B. Herms Robert Legge Charles Seargent Edwin C. Voorhies William G. Drake Michael Wardell GRADUATES Edward H. Graalfs Seldon S. Hoos Frank Milner W. B. Stelzenmuller Arthur Wollert SENIORS Neils Anderson Cal Ferris John Hayes Charles Moore James Roth Holt Atherton Carl T. Foorman William Hohenthal Elmer Nielson Edwin Schwinger Charles Auerbach George French Alfred Kaufman William Norton John Scott Warren Austin Fred Garner Frederic Kitchener, Jr. Carl Olson Noel Spiess Frederick Best Bradley Garretson John Kitchen Cyril Peletz E. 0. Stephenson Darrell Bogardus Ted Geballe William Lafrenz Kirby Penn William Swisher Edwin Braun William Gianelli William Langley Clarkson Pinkham Henry Taylor Vincent Brown Clinton Gilliam George Lindman William Pleshko Edwin Thode William Blair Hugh Gourdin Donald Lindsay Robert Proctor Jack van Tonningen Henry Cappello Fred Greta Richard McCoy David Rice Henry Weisman Freeman Dill Warren Harding Vinton Mathews Edwin Riksheim Robert Weyand Robert Doane Earl Harper Frederick Montgomery Jack Rogers Robert Williams Charles Edwards Hugh Wright JUNIORS Henry Arnold Eaton Harcourt Hervey Francis Pierce Lathrop William McBride Edward Molloy John Griswold William Hyde Hiram Lorenzon Ted MacConaghy Earl Wilson 442 TORCH 11111) SHIELD (Women ' s Social Organization) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1906 ONE CHAPTER Left to right: Brown, Cramer, Oakley, Burns, Porter, Campbell, Saam, Graves, Carver OFFICERS President Bethel Brown Vice-President Jean Carver Secretary-Treasurer Peggy Graves HONORARY Mary B. Davidson Lucy Ward SENIORS Bethel Brown Ardith Burns Jean Campbell Jean Carver Doris Batchelder Betty Browne Jean Christie Janet Curran Catherine Cobb Barbara Cramer Peggy Graves JUNIORS Betsy Dobrzensky Antona Hawkins Marjorie McKee Jean Oakley Jean Porter Virginia Saam Jean MacNeur Margaret Meads Martha Welch 443 AMERICAll II1STITUTE MINERS (California Student Branch) PARENT SOCIETY FOUNDED 1884 LOCAL BRANCH FOUNDED 1912 Back row: Gray, Bastow, Foy, Barrett, McCrcskey. Daly, Balljahn, Wessell, Morris, Hunsaker, Anderson, McNair Fifth row: Jakel, Quinley, Zelazo, Carpenter, Croninger, Wight, Jondrow, Cone, Horta, Webster, Serdahl Fourth row: Conrad, Deakins, DeCarli, Hull, Grunsky, Wight, Eales, Milkis, Filmes, Gaubeca, Austin Third row: Tillotson, Bickford, Linton, Fiske, Moose, Shapero, Fleckenstein, Bercovitz, Fowler, Hayami Second row: Endo, Kan, Paganelli, Yanagisawa, Robinson, Schultz, R., Moisenco, McBride, Wilson, Schultz, A. Front row: Ogawa, Weed, Niguel Kaste, Prud ' homme, Balsley, Fobes, Burch OFFICERS Fall Spring Victor Kaste Chairman Earle Prud ' homme Earl Serdahl Vice-Chairman Glenn Fowler Earle Prud ' homme Secretary Warren Austin George Dunn Treasurer Michael Milkis Walter Nelson Senior Representative James Burch Robert Thomas .. Junior Representative Henry Weed Prof. C. F. Dalziel Counselor Prof. C. F. Dalziel UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Raymond Ager Leonard Fuller Lauriston Marshall John Prichard Herbert Scott Leonard Black Jean Lebacqz Paul Morton Lester Reukema Abe Tilles Charles Dalziel Thomas McFarland Joseph Pettit Burtis Robertson GRADUATES Victor DeCarli Louis Moose Vincent Tarantino James Wight SENIORS Curtis Abbott Alvin Egerman Robert Humphreys Harry Middlecoff Earl Serdahl Howard Austin Frank Endo Eugene Hunsaker Michael Milkis Chester Shapero Warren Austin John Fiske Eugene Ingersoll Robert Moeller Louis Snitzer Raymond Balsley Edward Fleckenstein Otto Jakel Alexander Moisenco Robert Sorem Nat Bercovitz Jack Folks William Johnson Albert Morris Robert Tillotson Frederick Best Glenn Fowler Victor Kaste Ernest Mueller Dexter Webster James Bickford Duayne Gordon Robert Kneirim Robert Nagel John Wells John Bolljahn Donald Gray Henry Lapuyade Walter Nelson Robert Wessel James Burch Donald Hagler Lloyd Lindbeck George Nikaido George West Donald Conrad Holmes Halma Saul Lissauer Everett Norris Sam West Gerald Daly Frank Hayami Hiram Lorenzen Earle Prud ' homme Glenn Wilson Ralph Davis George Higuchi Stuart Lovelace John Quinley Frederick Wood Edwin Dyke Clyde Hockett Oscar Lundstrom Harold Robinson Robert Woods Richard Horta Alfred Schultz JUNIORS Robert Anderson Stanley Eales John Hull Frederick Montgomery John Ritchie Wendell Bastow Alton Ewing Harvey Judd Aurand Munn Oran Robertson David Carlson Lawrence Fobes George Kan Roy Newman Jack Stephenson Edward Carpenter Richard Foy Roy Knudsen Kikuo Ogawa Gerald Sullivan David Cartmell Heroge French Russell Linton Italo Paganelli George Tajima Robert Chase Jess Gaubeca William McBride Howard Pennypacker Vernon Waight Bruce Clark Carl Grunsky Warren McCroskey Chester Phillips Henry Weed Glenn Deakins Hans Hansen John McNair James Plummer Charles West William Hardie John Meyer John Priedigkeit SOPHOMORES Robert Bromberg Donald Cone Bruce Karlberg Kenneth Whalen George Zelazo James Jondrow Stephen Lindheim 444 AMERICAll SOCIETf Of OUR EllGIIIEERS (University of California Student Chapter) PARENT SOCIETY FOUNDED 1852 LOCAL SOCIETY FOUNDED 1921 ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-THREE CHAPTERS Last row: Beedle, ()spina, Hyde, Andresen, Olson, Alexander, Wagemann, Sorensen, Kadel, Patchett, McAdam, Miller, Degenkolb, Bond, Rostron, Peterson Fifth row: Col lin, Jespersen, Garretson, Kerr, Bolton, Peletz, Maier, Louie, Gritzfeld, Sauls, Jones, Taylor, Hampton, Olsen Fourth row: Tolton, D ierker, Wilkins, Blower, Busse! I, Lamm iman, Szybalski, Schulte, Yamashita, Purdie, Jarvis, Meehan, Howe, Runda, Lowe, Wiskccil Third row: Petersen, Bryan, Steller ' , Goplen, Stickel, Pond, Shatto, Kitchey, Oddstad, Johns, Johnson, Hueckel, Moore, Dupuis. Hughes Second row: Mendenhal I Kaufman, Shackelford, Krueger, K I lupe!, Horn, Hunt, Williamson,Giambroni, Taylor, Crandall, Hasegawa, Bresler, Sinith Front row: Murdcch, Prodanovich, Fong, Lee, Novikoff, Wright, Ruvkun, Derleth, Gianelli, Perez, Barnett, Salomon, Amster, Morjig, Cole OFFICERS President Carl Olson Vice-President Lynn Beedle Secretary William Krueger Treasurer George Bolton Parliamentarian Verne Cooperrider Editor Alvaro Collin UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES H. E. Davis Charles Derleth H. D. Eberhart F. S. Foote Bruce Jameyson C. D. ()strum R. E. Davis C. M. Duke Sturla Einarsson C. G. Hyde J. W. Kelly G. E. Troxell C. T. Wiskocil SENIORS Henry Altman LeRoy Crandall R. L. Haugh Jehiel Lehman Walter Olson Loyal Smith Alvin Amst er Charles DeMaria Howard Hitchcock Man Goo Louie Harry Pappas Norman Soderstrand Harold Andresen James Dupuis John Hoeft Man Shiu Louie Robert Parlett James Sorensen Loren Barnett Arnold Eaton William Horn Robert Low William Patchett Richard Stickel Lynn Beedle Paul Erskine David Hunt Russell Ludwig Cyril Peletz Bert Sweetser John Bell Abraham Etingen Lawrence Hutchison William McCain Robert Perez Howard Taylor Howard Blower Paul Fong Robert Jespersen Karl Maier John Petersen Joseph Taylor George Bolton Bradley Garretson Albin Johnson Fred Marshall Clarkson Pinkham Stanley Texeira Charles Bond Eustachio Gasperetti John Jones Irvan Mendenhall Dave Pirtz William Tolton Paul Bonderson Jessie Giambroni Alfred Kaufman Charles Moore WendeU Pond Val Vasilevsky Boris Bresler William Gianelli John Kerr Robert Moore Norman Rau Clarence Wallcott Francis Bryan Eugene Glenbot Gordon Klippel Robert Murdoch Allen Replogle Leslie Watt John Bussell Ralph Goplen Gilbert Kneiling Lewis Nerenbaum Robert Ritchey Richard Wilkins Severen Byerrum Robert Green Frank Knowlton George Novikoff James Rostron Robert Williams John Cline Henry Gritzfeld William Krueger Gilbert Oberman Howard Runde Robert Williamson Victor Cole Stewart Groesbeck William Langley Andres Oddstad Sam Ruvkun John Wright Alvaro Collin Lee Ham Arthur Lappinen Dallace Ogilvie Samuel Schultz Ralph Zaph Arthur Cooke George Hasegawa Lester Lee Carl Olson Jerome Shackelford JUNIORS Aaron Aarons Harydee Dersheimer Odia Howe John Locke Arnold Olitt Fletcher Steele Jack Allison Robert Duke William Hyde William Low Irving Olsen Donald Steger Frederick Anderson Hugh Flynn Bert Jameyson M. T. Lu Henry Omachi James Stratta Clarence Bates Joseph Geyer Ben Jarvis Donald McAdam Clinton Peltier David Stratton Robert Bond William Gimbel Thomas Johns Daniel McKinney Don Prodanovich Paul Toien William Brewer Ernest Gommel Edward Kadel Richard Maloney Earl Quamar August Waegemann • George Carr Neil Haeger Harold Kellam Kosrof Margosian Louis Rahlves Harold Welch Verne Cooperrider James Hampton Scott Ladd Jack Martin Stephen Renovich David Welisch Thomas Coull Mark Hanna Richard Laird John Meehan Jose Salaverria Robert Wilson Allen Coutchie John Henderson Grady Lamon Morris Meizlisch Theodore Schultz Kenneth Wolfe Carvel Davis George Herrero Soon Lee ' Albert Miller Karl Seppa Harry Wong Oris Degenkolb James Hicks Martin Lewis Glenn Moeller Arthur Smith Robert Woodbury Irvin Denny John Holstein Lester Lipinski Robert Morris Wilfred Staring Thomas Yamashita SOPHOMORES Thomas Allen Donald Eichner Robert Lathrop Clifford Misener Robert Purdie Gordon Stark Harold Brock William Fitch Steve Mahaffy Harry Nakao R. J. Sandner James Walsh Frederick Curtis Al Kambeitz John McKillen Robert Nordstrom , • William Schmidt Jack Yeager • FRESHMEN • John Aecega David Dayton Jack Herrero Sam Lombardo Richard Register James Spirz Donald Alden Samuel Fortier James Irvine McCarty .Tames Richard Robbins Harold Weeks Rino Bei Norman Hansen Kenichi Kawanami Robert Neph Lee Saeter Robert Wildman Robert Crowle Robert Harris Alfred Kruth Thomas Ostrom Vinson Slaiter Robert Wirt 445 AMERICA11 SOCIETY ENMEERS (California Student Branch) PARENT SOCIETY FOUNDED 1880 LOCAL SOCIETY FOUNDED 1911 Back row: Dill, Brady, Furstenburg, Buzzo, Henderson, Molloy, Scott, Lund in, Brown, Brusher, Hunt, Toll, Hedstrom, Crooks, Hunton Fifth row: Hughes, Monroe, Tedsen, Ludwig, Rider, Rogers, McKinsey, Herstedt, Barton, Lundgren, Junge, Stout, Saunders, Neustadt Fourth row : Bottoms, Foster, Nielsen, Leitch, Mahood, Jakel, Livingston, Fraley, Snyder, Grant, Greenamyre, Ghilardi Third row : Dwyer, Harris, Moyes, Miller, Connolly, Pyle, Carter, Martin, Harrison, Box Second row : Hopkins, Munroe, Embree, Fio-Rito, Gourd in, Usinger, Greene, Kushnick Front row : Hasegawa, Eldridge, Matsumura, Hunton, Delahay, Kushnick, Marks SENIORS John Accinelli John Gavin Lynn Hunton David Rintoul George Alves Louis Ghilardi Otto Jakel Jack Rogers Arthur Anheier Hugh Gourdin Donald Jones Robert Roth William Box Donald Graham William Joost Roy Rushton Joshua Brady Mack Graham Warren Junge Melvin Salveson Robert Brosemer Robert Grant Frederic Kitchener Roy Schmidt Peter Brown John Greenamyre Wallace Knapp Gail Smyth Harry Buchberg Akira Hasegawa Leonard Koenig Nathan Snyder Robert Cockburn Wendell Hazard Jerome Kushnick Jackson Stalder Homer Crooks Kenneth Hedstrom Steven Leong William Stockton Claire Croughan Robert Hennigan Arthur Lundgren John Stout Robert Delahay Robert Herrick Ellis McKinsey Richard Sullwold Robert Eldridge Harold Herstedt Paul Matsumura Leslie Tedsen Glenn Embree Richard Hopkins Emmet Mossman Arla Thompson Aaron Epstein Raymond Horan Jack Nielsen Thomas Toll Douglas Forbes George Hughes William Radcliffe Bennett Tow Earl Fraley Fred Hunton Clinton Rider Russell Usinger JUNIORS John Alden George Donovan Bruce Lundin Robert Pyle John Arnett Harry Dunlop John MacNeill Wayne Rotsell William Barton Robert Fio Rito Paul Marks Robert Rourke William Bottoms Isidor Furs tenburg Douglas Martin Ward Saunders Henry Brockschmidt Winfield Greene James Masson Neal Scott William Brusher Thomas Hare John Miller Sid Shelton Benjamin Buzzo Glen Harris Edward Molloy Edgar Stryker Robert Coit John Henderson Paul Monroe Lawrence Vais Walter Connolly Louis Knudsen Carl Moyes Clyde Wilson Jack Curtis John Kosher Harold Munroe Leighton Worthley Francis Demmitt Clyde Kushnick Jack Neustadt Walter Wykoff Freeman Dill William Livingston Norman Olsen SOPHOMORES Kenneth Adams William Chapman James Harrison Edward Mahood Daniel Aro noff Marlin Delavan James Hunt Harold Olson Leslie Burgess Donald Ferguson Kenneth Leitch James Smith Robert Carter Shuck Yee 446 AMERICA! ' CH ICAL SOCIETY .(California Chapter of Student Affiliates) PARENT SOCIETY FOUNDED 1876 LOCAL SOCIETY FOUNDED 1938 Back row: Libby, Gordon, Koopmann, H ink, Rano, Barnes Fourth row: Wickson, Dreher, Haynke, Kreider, Trowbridge, Peterson, Bonner, Ingraham, Przybyla Third row: Schaffer, Armstrong, Cook, Nielsen, Axelrod, Koshland, Duncan, Leventhal, Nishida, Masero Second row: Quan, Collamer, Williams, McKenna, Shay, Skinner, Walker, Tolbert, Green Front row: Allen, Stein, White, Fong, Lindblad, Melhase, Burtner, Hubbard, Myers, Haas OFFICERS Fall Spring Margaret Melhase President Malcolm Williams Juanita Hubbard Vice-President John Skinner Henry Koopman Secretary Leon Przybyla Elmer Nielsen Treasurer John Green Kirby Penn Sergeant-at-Arms Margaret Melhase Ted Geballe Senior Representative Leonard Axelrod Leonard Axelrod Junior Representative Robert Cochran Dr. Willard Libby Advisor Dr. Willard Libby GRADUATES Ted Geballe Kenneth Koetitz Elmer Nielsen SENIORS George Adams Mary Allen Eric Armstrong Saul Baker Dale Barnes LeRoy Bromley Ellen Burtner David Collamer Paul Crapuchettes Orris Davis William Duncan Carl Foorman William Gilliland John Green Carl Haynke John Hink Dean Holzgraf Juanita Hubbard Consuelo Keller Daniel Koshland Henry Koopmann Lorraine Lindblad Francis McKenna Margaret Melhase Kenneth Masero Jim Oda Robert Olson Stuart Oman Kirby Penn William Pleshko Leon Przybyla Herbert Schaffer John Skinner Arthur Stribley Robert Switzer Stanton Williams JUNIORS Charles Auerback Leonard Axelrod Norman Bonner Charles Bricket James Buhler Sheldon Cameron Robert Cochran Oscar Cook Philip Crebbin Donald Cronquist Ervin Dreher William Eastin Eva Herzberg Lloyd Ingraham Hewitt Kenyon Leon Leventhal William Mitchell Sarah Myers Douglas Ordahl Rene Prestwood Victor Relich Anne Stein Bert Tolbert Myron Tribus Harvey Trowbridge Gordon Walker John Wheeler Carolyn White Edward Wickson Chester Zimmerman SOPHOMORES Alla Dora Fong Victoria Haas William Hart John Nada Funio Nishida Robert Peterson Daniel St. John Bernard Shay Alan Weiss FRESHMEN David Cary William Meagher Richard Reinhardt George Urruela Laurence Dean - 447 ALP U (Music Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1921 ONE CHAPTER OFFICERS President Doras Charlene Moreton Vice-President Margaret Bean Secretary Janice Judd Treasurer Austin Thomson Alumni Secretary Cora Bell Holden Concert Manager Frances Guillou HONORARY Ler oy Allen Ernst Bacon Elizabeth Coolidge Nathen Firestone Glen Haydon Mynard Jones Modeste Alloo Randall Thompson UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Arthur Bliss Bertrand H. Bronson Beatrice Q. Cornish Albert 0. Elkus Edward B. Lawton, Jr. Marjorie Gear Petray Ernest Bloch Francis J. Carmody Charles C. Cushing Grace Harlow Franklin C. Palm William Popper David D. Boyden Franklin Carter Monroe E. Deutsch Bernice B. Hendrickson Stephen C. Pepper Helen Renstrom Edward G. Stricklen Robert Turner Glenn H. Woods GRADUATES Warren Anderson Lyle Bardo Joan Habis-Reutinger Burton Hammond Winifred Howe Marne Dunlap Laidig Raymond Miller Virgil Mills Rose Mitchell Rust Louis Schliemann Austin Thomson SENIORS Margaret Bean Daniel Bonsack Lawrence Deacon Margaret Hagerty Iva Dee Hiatt Cora Bell Holden Janice Judd Ruth Knapp Doras Moreton Raymond O ' Brien JUNIORS Paul Andrieu Natalie Beeson Edith Caswell Frances Guillou Robert Lee Alcide Marin Marcella Matousek Helen Nagin Edith Louise Netland Roger Nixon Geraldine Scheibner Ann Wyckoff DELTA EPSIL011 (Art Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1914 SIX CHAPTERS OFFICERS President Leonard Edmondson Vice-President Harriet Gadsden Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy Simmons Corresponding Secretary Marjorie Barker Ray Boynton Hope Gladding Michael Goodman John Haley William Hays Walther Horn Raymond Jeans Stafford Jory Erle Loran Howard Moise Lucretia Nelson Eugen Neuhaus HONORARY Chiura Obata Margaret O ' Hagen Mary Patterson Ellen Pepper Stephen Pepper Warren Perry Worth Ryder Jaques Schneir Rosamond Stanley Oliver Washburn Glenn Wessel Hope Wickersham GRADUATES Frank Clancy Leonard Edmondson Virginia Gould Ynez Johnston James McGray Emily Saxon Galeno Dotsenko Harriet Gadsden Christopher Gray Karl Kasten Barbara Nelson Dorothy Simmons Mary Dumas Janice Gardner Dorothy Grover Louise McClure Freda Oien Isabel Tinjum Roy Walker Irma Walton Barbara Winchester Ro bert Winston Thomas Yamamoto SENIORS Marjorie Barker Vincent DelPErgo Claire Hoster Helen Johnson Grace Mann Phyllis Owen Edward Compton Rosemary Grimes Milo Jones Shirley Maddux Robert Meaker Julia Swift Masao Yabuki JUNIORS Muyoko Ito Bonnie Klingman Irene Lagorio Marjorie Little Phyllis Walti 448 GUILD OF DECOR AT IUE ARTS (Decorative Art Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1926 ONE CHAPTER OFFICERS President Bonnie Jean Clark Vice-President Elizabeth Thomas Secretary Fay Peterson Treasurer Dorothy Moore Alumni Secretary Irma Hetzler HONORARY Helen W. Fancher Mae N. Lent Lila M. O ' Neale Winifred S. Wellington Hope M. Gladding Lucretia Nelson Mary F. Patterson GRADUATES ' lane Allardt Constance Avery Margaret Estep Helen Powers Jean Berg Atthowe Lolita Dutro Irma Hetzler Geraldine Strizich SENIORS Margaret Bucklin Marge Jones Dorothy Moore Elizabeth Thomas Jean Carver Barbara Kispert Joyce Pardee Frances von Ahn Bonnie Jean Clark Lucy Malcolm Fay Peterson Jean Wright Lois Funk JUNIORS Sigrid Anderson Lore Cappel Mary Lou Hardy Mary Kinley rin 1111 SIGMA PSI (Women ' s Physical Education Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1916 OFFICERS President Gloria Swicegood Secretary Barbara Shomate Treasurer Marina Barsotti HONORARY Neva Aubin Eleanor E. Bartlett Edna W. Bailey Frederica Bernhard Edith A. Brown Marina Barsotti Janice Connick Maria Lusiardo Louise S. Cobb Caroline W. Coleman Ruby L.Cunningham Sarah R. Davis Lois E. Ellfeldt Anna S. Espenschade Marie H. Glass Eugenie Kennan Violet B. Marshall Jessie L. Puckett Jane W. Shurmer Esther Sinclair Winnifred Van Hagen Phyllis Van Fleet Gloria Swicegood Dwayne Van Deventer Dorothy Wright UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Lucile K. Czarnowski Pauline GRADUATES Caroline Nelson Anna Schieffer Billie Pepper Barbara Shomate SENIORS JUNIORS Avis Fishback Elaine Foss Catherine Weston Edith Dumond Dorothy Estep Shirley Michel Bernadine Pierce Nancy Sparks Helen Waite Katherine West ' Helene Yoohs 449 P AALE (Sophomore Women ' s Honorary Service Society) OFFICERS President Virginia Smith Vice-President Ruth Meads Secretary June Breschini Treasurer Muriel Heath Corresponding Secretary Anne Ristenpart HONORARY Betty Barton Mary Davidson ACTIVES Katharine Fischer Alice Hoyt Dorothy Blosser Jeanne Hamby Norma Kelley Ruth Meads Constance Robinson June Breschini Catherine Hamilton Kathryn Kieffer Jane Millis Marjorie Silva Cynthia Burrows Jan Haynes Josephine Kitts Eleanor Phipps Janet Smith Barbara Bush Muriel Heath Marguerite Kulp Mae Riedy Virginia Smith Yvonne Cyr Lois Hiester Anne Maslin Anne Ristenpart Phyllis Soohoo Frances Fortier Marguerite Hildebrand Margaret Maze Anne Roberts Eleanor Jean Wood Barbara Hall Mary Jefferds Marjorie Robertson Elaine Yando PI DELTA PHI (National French Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1906 FOURTEEN CHAPTERS OFFICERS President Louis Briglia Vice-President Mary Millard Secretary Carol Lansburgh Treasurer Ingeborg Hecht HONORARY Mr. Christian de Nicolay Mr. Jean Dufrenoy Mr. Andre Ferrier Miss Alyce Hoche Miss Gertrude Nitzsche UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Rudolph Altrocchi Clarence D. Brenner Marie Dufrenoy June K. Monteith Alfred Solomon Blanche Barnier Francis J. Carmody Percival Fay Cecile Orssaud Arturo Torres-Rioseco L. Barnier Haakon Chevalier Alice Habis-Reutinger Jean Rivoire Ronald N. Walpole Clifford H. Bissell Jacqueline de La Harpe Arthur Knodel Maurice Rosen Lester Wilson Gabriel D. Bonno Mathurin Dondo Helen Sarah Lathrop Arnold H. Rowbotham Robert Woodlaw Edward F. Meylan GRADUATES Marianne Bonwit Hans Frankel Patricia McMillan Hannibal Noce Clayton Rea Louis Briglia Patricia Geary Jean Mairesse Lydia Parin Maude Reed Marie Buehrle Paul Hartstall Mary Millard Louise Perry Lawrence Romani Janine Cahen Margery Jordan Gladys Moen Germaine Ploux Margaret Stanka Alvin Eustis Lois Treadwell SENIORS Max Bach Bernice Collins Marguerite Higgins p Leong Lykke Reimann Rene Baptie Jacqueline Green Max Kamm Angele Liff Phoebe Robilliard Edgar Cameron Jeanne Haseltine Carol Lansburgh Flora MacKenzie Robert Shertzer Arline Coe Ingeborg Hecht Valerie Laurent Louise Muhier Hilton Webster JUNIORS Sarah Chapiro Ralph Fisher Yvonne Winslow 450 PI PHI.,iDELTA (Women ' s Honorary Economic Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1926 HONORARY Mrs. Joe Bain Mrs. Ira B. Cross Emily Huntington Lucy Stebbins Mrs. Norman Buchanan Alice Hoyt Mrs. Robert Gordon Sproul Lillie Margaret Sherman GRADUATES Irene Carney Minna Crook Jean Duckles Betty Eck Mary Gatzenberg Marjory Gratz Dorothy Grill Phyllis Kahn Eleanor Keenan Katherine King Gertie Landauer Adelaide McCready Mary Mosk Rita O ' Conner Lois Sandner Jean Sherman Arlene Spraker Evelyn Weinberg SENIORS Jean Alexander Margaret Erdman Constance Grass Evelyn Murphy Eleanor Blair Clara Ericksen Lorraine Marsh Dorothy Pilgrin Kathleen Callaghan Lillian Fried Ursula Monney Louise Reinholtz JUNIORS Janet Curran Hazel Dawson Adele de Fremery Evelyn Dulgar Katharine Hancock Ann Heppner Jean Kerr Gertrude Login Reba Silberman Mary Walters Janet Wilson SENATE (Men ' s Debating Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1900 ONE CHAPTER Fall OFFICERS Spring James Moore President James Moore Louis Delaney Vice-President Mark Edwards Sydney Calish Recording Secretary Robert Shimoff Robert Levy Corresponding Secretary Robert Levy Robert Nisbet Treasurer William Maier Roland Haney Custodian of the Cuspidor Laurence Oliver HONORARY Sanford Goldner Frank Kidner Franklin Palm Lawson Reno SENIORS Sydney Calish Llewellyn Evans Robert Groeschel Frank Riehle JUNIORS William Bottoms Mark Edwards Robert Levy Thomas Palmer Samuel Carpenter Ralph Fisher William Maier John Runner. Dario DeBenedictis Joseph Hodges James Moore David Wendel SOPHOMORES Richard Alberton Laurence Oliver Irving Tragen 451 SIGMA ALPHA (Women ' s History Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1915 FOUR CHAPTERS OFFICERS President Margaret Bray Vice-President El izabeth Kelley Secretary-Treasurer Alice Stuewe Corresponding Secretary Aletha Almeida HONORARY Woodbridge Bingham Herbert Bolton Jessie Boyd Dorothy Bronstein Charles Chapman Maxine Chappell Edith Coulter George Guttridge Lawrence Harper Ernst Kantorowicz Robert Kerner Lucia Kinnaird Margaret MacNair William Morris Mrs. William Morris Franklin Palm Edna Parralt Frederick Paxson Herbert Priestley Howard Smyth James Thompson Mary Williams Chitoshi Yanaga GRADUATES Aletha Almeida Margaret Bray Martine Emert Jean Gilmore Genevieve Haynor Edith Hedrick Rosemary Martin Dorothy Mattei Patricia Matz Mary O ' Callaghan Cecily Ray Dorothy Staehling Mildred Stahl Ione Wright SENIORS Eleanor Cottrell Mildred Hall Alice Stuewe Lucy Wilson Elizabeth Kelley Ethel Tinneman THAL11111,PLAYERS FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1920 Fall OFFICERS Spring Elizabeth Berryhill President Maryesther Wood Lorraine Lindblad Vice-President Hazel Leask Barratt Hall Secretary Petra. Hovde Petra Hovde Representative-at-Large Ann Barratt Hall Vivien Chabrier Lott Treasurer Margaret Burt HONORARY Mary Blaisdell Harris GRADUATE Margaret Burt SENIORS Elizabeth Berryhill Lorraine Lindblad Virginia Mattis Constance Sousa Petra Hovde Vivien Chabrier Lott Phyllis Otten Maryesther Wood Hazel Leask Patricia MacCaughey Amelia Standke JUNIORS Elizabeth Simonson Olite Stanley SOPHOMORES Ann Barratt Hall Jeanne Taylor 452 717 THETA SIGMA PHI (Women ' s Journalistic Honor Society) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON, 1909 LOCAL CHAPTER ESTABLISHED 1923 THIRTY-SEVEN CHAPTERS OFFICERS President Merilyn Nutt Vice-President Anne Duhring Secretary Sarita Henderson Treasurer Harriet Siegel Keeper of the Archives Jean Hubber Gertrude Atherton Mrs. Walter Kolasa Catherine Cobb Anne Duhring Sarita Henderson Marguerite Higgins Helen Anderson Aileen Brokaw Helen Cronbach HONORARY Rose Wilder Lane Kathleen Norris SENIORS Jean Hubber Caroline Johnson Merilyn Nutt JUNIORS Barbara Fleming Mary Gribble Jean Lockwood Cornelia S. Parker Lucy W.Stebbins Harriet Siegel Lucille Simmons Susan Tivol Jean Ann Warren Anne Pickering Margaret Truebridge Sylvia Wall SOCIETY OFFICERS womEngs President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer HONORARY Eleanor Bartlett Lucile Czarnowski Marie Henze Glass Frederica Bernhard Sarah Davis Pauline Hodgson Louise Cobb Anna Espenschade Violet Marshall Caroline Coleman Esther Sinclair GRADUATES Janice Connick Caroline Nelson Barbara Shomate Caroline Giacomazzi Billie Pepper Dwayne Van Deventer Anna Schieffer SENIORS Enid Anderson Rosemary Kauffman Jane Minshall Dorothy Estep Shirley Michel Virginia Muns Ardath Hurlburt Luella Olave JUNIORS Elinor Barkley Mae Cook Betsy Hunt Frances Bray Elaine Foss Catherine Weston Hazel Foulks Caroline Nelson Anna Schieffer Mae Cook Betsy Hunt 453 women ' s DORMAY ASSOCIAT1011 (Representative of the Organized Dormitories) FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1914 SMITH N IC HOLSON JOHNSON HALL President Vice-President Sec retary Treasurer COUNCIL MEMBERS Fall Spring Rose Foytik Anchorage Lodge Virginia Mullen Edith Coffey Arcadian Hall Doris Willi Beatrice Parrott Arch Place Pat Bernstein Betty Jo Thurman Bayview Hall Betty Jo Thurman Jean McBrayer Beaudelaire Patricia Marihugh Evelyn Rose Beverley Lodge Kathleen DeClue Helen Nicholson Bon Haven Anne Cohen Cora Holden Bryn Mawr Cora Holden Marian Merrill The Californian Emma Pudlin Marie Hanna Charming Lodge Virginia Dudek Marion Brown College Hall Marion Brown Almyra Gates Colonial Hall Marjorie Miller Roberta Merialdo Concord Elizabeth Augustine Beth Galt Concordia Mary Lahiff Barbara Erno Durant Place Lenora McCarter Sally Pray .Elizabeth Barrett Elizabeth Mills Renette Prior Epworth Hall Phyllis Walti Betsy Bruns Haste Lodge Evelyn Stanger Pauline Eddington Joaquin Hall Olite Standley Fall Spring Florence Finster Lantana Lodge Florence Finster Catherine Boyd Lauralon Pearl Rand Jeanne Ellsberg Maison Francaise Consuelo Keller Barbara Rosenbaum Martha Washington Barbara Rosenbaum Sylvia Brainard Magnolia Marjorie Cox Ruth Kradindis North Gables Margaret Freeman Louise Langmade North Side End June McKenney Marilyn Smithers Piedmont Place Peggy Belais Frances Breig Regent Ruth Ling Verna Jo Fulton Ridgemont Barbara Permenter Nancy Nanassy Ritter Hall Nancy Nanassy Louise King Round Table Betty Rigast Shirley Campbell St. Margaret ' s House Sydney Wheeler Ruth Johnson Stebbins Hall Ruth Johnson Barbara Hartas Stratford Hall Elizabeth Belton Marion Bartlett Terrace Lodge Anna Jacobs Beryl Evansen Vine Haven June McKenney June Hendrick Wisteria Lodge June Hendrick Margaret Ewing 2415 Prospect Mildred Doane Back row : Nanassy, McBrayer, Langmade, Erno, Fulton, McKenney, Rigast, Stand ley, Ling Fourth row: Dudek, Freeman, Rand, McCarter, Wheeler, Permenter, De Clue, Keller, Rose Third row : Marihugh, Hanna, Eddington, Augustine, Stanger, Bernstein, Campbell, Holden Second row : Boyd, Merialdo, Pod I in, Johnson, Cohen, Nicholson, Golt Front row : Belais, Brown, Rosenbaum, Walti, Breig, Lahiff 454 DORMITORY ASSOCIAT1011 FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1938 Ward Whitlow Saylor Ternme Karinen Tufenkjian Friedlein Fall OFFICERS Spring C. B. Ward President Walter Temme Thomas Whitlow Vice-President Morgan Saylor Walter Temme Treasurer Sebou Tufenkjian Arthur Karinen Secretary Gilbert Friedlein MEMBERS Fall Fall Spring Spring Americo Barreiro Thomas Kahn H. B. Austin Victor Paolini Bill Braswell Arthur Karinen Severen Byerrum Robert Perez Jack Charmaechal Irving Levikow Wallace Chan Robert Pond Harry Connolly Dave Lyon Alfred Coons Arnold Santucci Norman Davisson Duke Nassoiy Gilbert Friedlein Morgan Saylor Alvin Egerman Thomas Okamoto Donald Gillaspy Alec Sim Albert Farnell Chester Phillips Jay Hamerslag Walter Temme Robert Fong Walter Temme Howard Holmes Forrest Tregea Gilbert Friedlein Sebou Tufenkjian George Hulac Sebou Tufenkjian William Horn C. B. Ward Irving Levikow Thorp Walker Robert Hughes Sam West Alexander Moisenco George Weinstein Lionel Jackson Thomas Whitlow Robert Omata Haskell Wexler Back row : Whitlow, Barreiro, Coons, Troutner, Levikow, Brennan Second row : Okamoto, Omata, Tregea, Byerrum, Holmes, Hamerslag, Egerman Front row: Karinen, Reger, Jackson, Fen ley, Moisenco, Austin, Pao I i, Fried loin 455 CHII1ESE STUDEnTS ' CLUB FOUNDED AT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1913 Chan, E. Chan, L. Chan, H. Chan, M. Clan, P. Chew Ching Chinn Chop Chu Clue, A. Clue, P. Chun Fang Fong, A. Fong, I. Fong, P. Fung Hum Kwock Joe Jong Jow Kai-Kee Kwong Lee, G. Lee, J. Lee, Lester Lee, Lois Lee, Lowhon Lee, M. Lee, 0. Lee, P. Lee, R. Leong Lew Louie Low Mye, E. Mye, R. Quan, R. Quan, S. Sun Wing Wong, D. Wong, G. Wong, L. Wong, T. Wu Yee, G. Yee, H. Yee, S. Yin Yuen OFFICERS Fall Spring Peter Chue President Peter Chue Mary Cheong Vice-President Rose Yip Laura Joe English Secretary Laura Joe George Wong Chinese Secretary Mildred Lee Edward Chan Treasurer George Chew George Chew Auditor Delbert Wong Hughes Chin House Manager Hughes Chin UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATES Dr. N. Wing Mah Mr. Chih Pei Sha Dr. Bing C. Wong SENIORS Andrew Auyong Peter Chue Evelyn Glenchur Lew Hong Lee Steven Leong Edward Chan Frank H. Eng Francis Jong Lowhon Lee Virginia Lim Haw Chan Frank R. Eng Harold Jow Lucille Lee Man Shiu Louie Marjorie Chan Hiram Eng William Jow On K. Lee Ernest Lum George Chew Alla Dora Fong Gerald Lee Ping K. Lee Stuart Quan George Ching Paul Fong Lawrence Lee Roger Lee Tse-Kiong Sun William Chinn George Fung Lester Lee Stephen Lee George Wong Raymond Wong Tung Goon Wong Lilla Wu Mabel Wu George Yee William Young Fish Yuen JUNIORS Albert S. Chan Rubye Foo Marylyn Kwong Hop Leong Sophie Ong Norma Wong Edwin Chan Mary Gin Canstance Lai Allen Lim Lawrence Tom Park Wong Priscilla Chan George Ho Yat Wa Lau Henry Lim Robert Tom Ronald Wong Ruby Chan William Hui Albert Lee May Lo Dolores Wing Willie Wong David Chin George Jeong Edwin Lee David Louie Delbert Wong Carol Woo Edmond Chong Hing Jeu Ming T. Lee Henry Louie Elvin Wong Tieh-Feng Wu Eleanor Eng George Kan Richard Lee Man Goo Louie Harry Wong Kenneth Yap Ivan Feng John Kim Robert G. Lee William Low Herbert Wong Shuck Yee David Fong Irvin Kwock Soon Lee Robert Lym Lucille Wong George Young Harold Fong Albert Zane SOPHOMORES Fee Wing Chan Raymond Chung Laura Joe Theodore Lee Stanley Loy Richard Quey Louis Chang Leila Ding Walter Joe Dolly Leong Wallace Mark Phyllis Soohoo Hughes Chin Conrad Fong Alice Jung Yut Leong Eugenie Mye William Tong Helen Ching James Fong James Jung Robert Lew Henry Pong John Wong Dorothy Chop • John Jang Kenneth Kai-Kee Lien Chu n Li Betty Quan Henry Yee Anna Chu James Jee March Kong Jane Lim Richard Quan Jack Yip Alice Chue Rose Yip • FRESHMEN Albert J. Chan Mallon Choy Elizabeth Gee Mildred Lee Frank Mar Arthur Wong Ernest Chan Morrison Chun Roy Gock Robert E. Lee Rosebud Mye Joe Wong Heng Chan Walter Dang Wallace Huey Wai Y. Lee Norma Ng Nellie Wong Wallace Chan Laura Dong Thomas Hum Dip Wo Lew Daniel Sam Jean Woo Warren Chan Prentiss Dong Wesley Jung Katherine Lew Samuel Soo Hoo Ji Hung Woo Frank Chew Florinda Fong May Lai Lien Y. Li Elwood Tom Lillian Yip Theodore Ching George Fong Lois Lee Bennie Lim Terry Tong Sui Nam Yip Raymond Chow Robert Fong Louise Lee Warren Lowe Kwan Pun Wang Henry Young Mary Young 456 JAPAIlESE StUDEllTS ' CLUB FOUNDED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1913 ONE CHAPTER Fall OFFICERS Spring Masao Sakada President Masao Sakada Robert Uyeda Vice-President Robert Sakai Joseph Shiomichi Recording Secretary Theodore Ono Carl Tamaki Corresponding Secretary Kaoru Oike Shigeru Yamashita Treasurer Minoru Amemiya William Hata Social Chairman Seiji Kiya Fred Hoshiyama Literary Co-Chairman Fred Hoshiyama Edward Tokeshi Literary Co-Chairman Edward Tokeshi Robert Omata Athletic Chairman Thomas Okamoto Minoru Amemiya Publicity Chairman Soichi Fukui Terry Takahashi House Manager Robert Uyeda Back row: Kinoshita, Kobayashi, Arima, Yoshiwara, Shimizu, Zwata, Dakuzaku, Fujie, Takahashi, Nakayama, Fujioka, Abe, Tamaru, Maruyama, Matsushige Fifth row: Omori, Yorichi, Kihara, Kobayashi, Sato, Saiki, Nakatani, Inami, Ono, Tamaki, Tokeshi, Uchida, Shiomichi Fourth row: Kobayashi, Endo, Taniguchi, Kawanami, Omata, Kobayashi, Sakai, Hayakawa, Abe, Ogawa, Itano, Okamura, Fukui, Oike Third row: Kasai, Matsuura, Morey, Yamashita, Amemiya, Kimura, lwazaki, Sasaki, Okubo, Nishida, Sakamoto, Mochizuki Second row: Koyamatsu, Nakano, Matsumoto, Handa, Takahashi, Hayashi, Hoshiyama, Matsumura, Iwamoto, Hayami, Takemoto, Hashimoto, Kubota Front row: Hata, Endo, Mitsuyoshi, Mita, Okuda, Takahashi, Tomimatsu, Sakada, Sakai, Uyeda, Kiya, Sagimori, Yamashita, Ichikawa, Kawakami, Fujimoto GRADUATES George Higuchi Masao Yonemura SENIORS Frank S. Endo Akira Hasegawa Minoru F. Iwasaki Paul T. Matsumura George H. Nikaido Thomas Sagimori Abe Fuji William S. Hata Wright Kawakami Isaac Matsushige Akira Nose Masao Sakada Clifford C. Fujimoto F red Y. Hoshiyama Saichiro Kawakita Roy G. Mita Fred T. Okamura Robert K. Sakai Yoshio Handa William T. Hosokawa Seiji Kiya Tom Mitsuyoshi Franklin Y. Okuda Terry Takahashi Tornio Harada Grant H. Ichikawa Hiroshi Kuwahara Hideo Nakano Howard K. Renge Robert Y. Uyeda Shigeru Yamashita JUNIORS Victor H. Abe Harry H. Hisaka Masaru Kimura George Matsuura Robert R. Omata Carl M. Tamaki Jerry K. Aikawa Mechinari Inouye Yukio Kitahara Arthur Morey Barry M. Saiki Harry T. Teshima Minoru Amemiya Harvey A. Itano Yeije Kono Yoshikazu Morita Toyo Sakamoto Edward Tokeshi Ichiro Furuta Teiji Itow Takeo Koyamatsu Fumio Nishida Henry M. Sasaki Shiro Tokuno Fred Hashimoto Koya Iwamoto Katsumi Kozeni Luther Ogawa Takeshi Sato Yoshio Tomimatsu Frank Y. Hayami Arthur Iwata Joe Kubota Thomas Y. Okamoto Joe A. Shiomichi Tachio Uchida Shuki Hayashi Kiyoshi Kasai Jack M. Matsueda Seichi Okubo George Tajima Thomas T. Utsunomiya Thomas Yamashita SOPH OMORES Lewis Abe Kiyoshi Ichiyasu Kiyoshi Maruyama William M. Nakatani Tadashi Oda John Sakai William T. Fukioka Frank K. Inami Harris Matsushige Joe Nakayama Karl K. Oike George K. Sakai Soichi Fukui Henry E. Kobayashi Akio Mochizuji Kiyoshi Nishikawa Theodore K. Ono Takuji Tamaru William Hayakawa Alex N. Yorichi FRESHMEN Thomas S. Arima Kaname Fujishige Kenichi Kawanami Key Kobayashi Heizo Oshima David Takahashi Tomohide Dakuzaku Isaac Iijima Robert T. Kinoshita Harry I. Omori Jiro Shimizu Yamato Taniguchi Asa Fujie Ken S. Iwata Grove Yoshiwara 457 COLLEGE womEn S CLUB JUNORS (Junior Auxiliary of the East Bay Branch of the American Association of University Women) Mathewson Windesheim Harris Gerken Ackerly Keller Kessing Slates Ohnsorg Duff Rader EXECUTIVE BOARD President Carol Mathewson First Vice-President Anneliese Windesheim Second Vice-President Peggy Harris Secretary Gwendolyn Gerken Treasurer Janet Ackerly Chairman Betty Keller Philanthropic Chairman Berta Kessing Program Chairman Virginia Slaten Intramural Chairman Constance Ohnsorg Publicity Chairman Susan Duff Parliamentarian Miriam Rader SENIORS Betty Archibald Clare Aver Patricia Bateman Kathryn Bennett Sylvia Brainard Jane Cortner Marguerite Dietrich Margaret Graves Peggy Harris Petra Hovde Mary Jewett Audrey McCoy Louise McMaster Carol Mathewson Adele Moore Constance Ohnsorg Phyllis Walti JUNIORS SOPHOMORES Frances Fortier Pat Keller Doris Pedretti ' Hazel Jones ' Ursula Loewenstein Barbara Turner Janet Ackerly Marion Blackmer Willa Jean Cairns Lelia Cayne Louise Cooper Mary Dann Carole Anderson Helen Damon Susan Duff Katherine Ellinger Faith Franklin Mary Fulmer Gwendolyn Gerken Barbara Ghirardelli Elizabeth Harper Mary Lee Jefferds Jane Juett Mary Elizabeth Keller Berta Kessing Elizabeth Lusk Marie Maher Barbara Post Miriam Rader Emily Stout Anneliese Windesheim Gertrude Withers FRESHMEN Jane Anderson Bernice Clark Barbara Merner Nancy Taylor ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Betty Drury Helen Oatman 458 II1TERDATI AL HOUSE Taken by James Stephens WOMEN ' S COUNCIL Marian Budlong Janine Cohen Marisa Lusiardo Alice Watanabe Marjorie Cato Ching-yi Hsii Lykke Reimann Setsu Yamaoka Edith Humphrey Elizabeth Tucker MEN ' S COUNCIL Gordon Husby Tito Moruza Edward Price Wayne Shumaker Arthur GRADUATE COUNCIL Lawrence SkeoVh James Stephens Arthur Tichenor John Weir EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Frederick Ereier Roger Chapman Edward Grobes Siv Lidman Boris Bresler Iven Feng William Hollomon Mary Lynch Marjorie Cato Louis Foy Gordon Husby Theodore Rodriguez Sarah Chapiro Gene Gregg Thea Juras Mohammed Selim William Simons 459 [mom CLUB ORGAIIIZATIOnS ESTABLISHED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1923 Berger Kushnick Waite, D. Berry N ickerson Waite, H. Bowman Reynolds Wilkie Evans Swan K irkham Trowbridge Fall MEN ' S MASONIC CLUB Spring John Trowbridge President Robert Berger Sherwood Swan Vice-President Freeman Tuttle Freeman Tuttle Secretary Jerome Kushnick Robert Strahl Membership Secretary Walter Bowman Richard Nickerson Treasurer Richard Nickerson William Kirkham Senior Representative Harold Cochran Donald Ford Senior Representative John Trowbridge Harold Cochran Sophomore Representative Harold Neeland Fall WOMEN ' S MASONIC CLUB Spring Dorothy Waite President Helen Waite Barbara Long Vice-President Jean Wilkie Gale Reynolds Council Representative Natalie Beeson Helen Waite Council Representative Barbara Evans Isabelle Berry Council Representative Gale Reynolds Jean Wilkie Membership Secretary Sylvia Brainard Sylvia Brainard Recording Secretary Edith Huffman Doris Wilton Treasurer Doris Wilton Margaret McKeehan Women ' s Representative Marion McKay Barbara Evans Women ' s Representative Eleanor Cralle _ Fall MASONIC CLUB EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Spring William Kirkham President Harold Cochran Robert Murdoch Helen Waite Vice-President Barbara Evans Isabelle Berry Secretary Gale Reynolds Harold Cochran Treasurer John Trowbridge Fall HENRY MORSE STEPHENS LODGE Spring Mr. Boyd Rakestraw Representative Mr. Boyd Rakestraw Mr. Fred Flanders Representative Mr. Fred Flanders CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. J. H. Quinn 460 CHRISTIAll SOCIETY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA ORGANIZED IN 1907 2601 DURANT AVENUE Testimonial meetings are held every Tuesday evening in the edifice of the Christian Science Society to which students and faculty members of the University are welcome. A reading room, where authorized Christian Science literature may be read, borrowed or purchased, is maintained in the building; also an accommodations committee which offers services to students looking for room, board, and employment. An open house is held every year for the purpose of acquainting the campus public with the Society building and the members. In 1907 the Christian Science Society of the University of California was organized on the Berkeley campus. By 1933 the construction of the building it now occupies was completed. Through the inter- vening years and up to the present time the Society has shown advancement in growth and progress in activities and membership. The campus public is cordially invited to attend a free lecture, each semester, which is presented by a member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts. 461 nEwmkn CLUB (Catholic Students ' Social and Intellectual Center) ESTABLISHED AT THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, 1899 CAREY TURNER THORNTON HATFIELD President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer EXECUTIVE COUNCIL President Robert Carey Vice-President Lucy Turner Secretary Jean Thornton Treasurer Eugene Hatfield social Chairman Joseph Davies Religious Chairman Barbara Hussey Academic Chairman Howard Coleston Representative-at-Large Aurora Quiros Faculty Representative Charles Keeney Publicity Chairman Roderick McDonald Publicity Chairman Bartholomew Thibadeau Chaplain Thomas Burke, C.S.P. Assistant Chaplain Robert Ramsey, C.S.P. ADVISORY COMMITTEE Mary Jane Arrabit Ralph Crummey Coleman Johnson George Richards Harry Beck Barbara Douglas Kathleen Kennedy Laura Shafer Betty Bright Daniel Fadenrecht Betty Keller Roy Shaw Edward Cantino Eleanor Fenton John Maher Patricia Sexton Geraldine Campbell Jean Froude George Martin Raymond Scherer Arthur Cardoza • Michael Ghiselli Martha Mills Francis Thaddeus Frances Carey Florence Haun George Normandin Francis Tobin Maurice Chase Antona Hawkins Lorraine Nash Vernon Waight Maybelle Conta Virginia Hunter Alice Prat Pauline Zinslen James Cunningham Second row: Morrill, Thornton, Hussey, Carey Front row: Hatfield, Davies 462 input Abracadabra 334 Acacia 335 Ace of Clubs 420 ADMINISTRATION . . . 19 Administrative Deans . . . 23 Administrative Year . . 22-23 Advertising Service Bureau 206 Alpha Chi Omega 382 Alpha Chi Sigma 336 Alpha Delta Phi 337 Alpha Delta Pi 383 Alpha Delta Sigma 421 Alpha Epsilon Phi 384 Alpha Gamma Delta . • 385 Alpha Kappa Lambda . • 338 Alpha Mu 448 Alpha Omicron Pi 386 Alpha Phi 387 Alpha Sigma Phi 339 Alpha Tau Delta 422 Alpha Tau Omega 340 Alpha Xi Delta 388 Alumni 36 American Chemical Society 447 A.I.E.E 444 A.S.C.E. 445 A.S M E 446 Areta 389 Art Bureau 160 Assembly Dance Committee 160 A.S.U.C. 151 A.S.U.C. Band 226-227 A.S.U.C. Peace Committee . . 155 Athletic Council 235 Bachelordon 341 BASEBALL 282-283 Baseball Series St. Mary ' s 285 Santa Clara 284 Stanford 288-289 U.C.L.A. 286 U.S.C. 287 Baseball Non-conference Season 290 BASKETBALL 260-261 Basketball Games Stanford 266-267 U.C.L.A. 262-263 U.S.C. 264-265 Basketball Non-conference Season 268 Basketball 130 lb. 315 Basketball 145 lb. 315 Baton 423 " Beggar on Horseback " 214 Beta Alpha Psi 424 Beta Beta 415 Beta Gamma Sigma 425 Beta Phi Alpha 390 Beta Theta Pi 342 Big " C " Guard 145 Big " C " Society 418 Blue and Gold 194-197 Board of Regents 21 Bowles Hall 376-377 Boxing 314 Bureau of Public Relations • 165 Business Administration . • 154 California Club 44 Cal Day at the Fair 41 California Engineer 205 Card Sales Committee 162 Casa Hispana 391 Charter Day 32-33 Chi Epsilon 426 Chinese Students ' Club 456 Chi Omega 392 Chi Phi 343 Chi Psi 344 Christian Science Society 461 Circle " C " Society 419 Circle " C " Sports 312-323 CLASSES 53 Class Officers ' Council . . . 164 College Women ' s Club Juniors 458 CREW 272-273 Crew Races Oregon State 274 Washington 276-277 Cross Country 318 Daily Californian 198-201 Davis, College of Agriculture . 48 Deans, The 24-25 Debate Trophies 230 DEBATING 228 Dedication 7 Del Rey 345 Delta Chi 346 Delta Chi Alpha 427 Delta Delta Delta 393 Delta Epsilon 448 Delta Gamma 394 Delta Kappa Epsilon 347 Delta Phi Epsilon 428 Delta Tau Delta 348 Delta Upsilon 349 Delta Zeta 395 DIVISIONS 43 Dentistry, College of 46 Dramatics Council 210 Elections Committee 158 Engineers Council 163 Eta Kappa Nu 429 Executive Committee . 152-153 " Family Portrait " 214 Fencing 319 Fine Arts, School of 49 Folio 207 FOOTBALL 240-243 Football Games Georgia Tech 253 Michigan 244 Oregon 252 Oregon State 249 St. Mary ' s 245 Stanford 254-255 U.C.L.A. 247 U.S.C. 250-251 Washington 248 Washington State 246 Forensics Council 229 Foreword 5 FRATERNITIES 331 Freshie Glee 148 Freshman Baseball Season . 291 Freshman Basketball Season 269 Freshman Crew Season . 278 Freshman Football Season . 257 Freshman Sunday Suppers . 149 Freshman Tennis Season 311 Freshman Track Season . 303 Freshman Year 147 Gamma Phi Beta 396 Glee Club 225 Golden Bear 412 Golf 323 Grizzly 207 Guest Artists 223 Guest Speakers 34-35 Guild of Decorative Arts . 449 Gymnastics 319 Handball 323 Hastings College of Law . . 49 Homecoming 38-40 Honor Students 163 " Hotel Universe " 216 Ice Hockey 321 In Memoriam 9 Interfraternity Council . . . 333 International House 459 INTRAMURAL SPORTS . . 324-329 Japanese Students ' Club 457 Junior Informal 139 Junior Prom 138 Junior Varsity Crew 275 Junior Year 137 Kappa Alpha 350 Kappa Alpha Theta 397 Kappa Delta 398 Kappa Delta Rho 351 Kappa Kappa Gamma 399 Kappa Nu 352 Kappa Sigma 353 Kellogg Institute of Animal Husbandry 51 Lambda Chi Alpha 354 Lick Observatory 50 LITTLE THEATRE 211 " Macbeth " 216 " Margin for Error " 212 Mask and Dagger . . . 218, 430 Masonic Club 460 Medical School 46 Men ' s Dormitory Association 455 Men ' s Judicial Committee . . 159 MINOR SPORTS 313 Mortar Board 413 MUSIC 221 Music Council 222 Newman Club 462 Nursing, School of 47 Nu Sigma Psi 449 Omega Delta 431 Open Forum Board 164 Orientations 161 Outstanding Professors . 26-29 Pan-Hellenic 381 Panile 450 Pelican 202-204 Personnel Committee . 171 . Pharmacy, College of. . . Phi Beta Kappa 410 Phi Delta Theta 355 Phi Epsilon Chi 432-433 Phi Gamma Delta 356 Phi Kappa Psi 357 Phi Kappa Sigma 358 Phi Kappa Tau 359 Philorthian 434 Phi Mu 400 Phi Omega Pi 401 Phi Phi 436-437 Phi Sigma Kappa 360 Phi Sigma Sigma 402 Phrateres 435 Pi Alpha Sigma 438 Pi Beta Phi 403 Pi Delta Epsilon 439 Pi Delta Phi 450 Pi Kappa Alpha 361 Pi Kappa Phi Pi Lambda Phi 363 Pi Phi Delta 451 President ' s Message President ' s Reception 31 Prytanean 30414 Psi Upsilon 364 PUBLICATIONS 191 Publications Council 192-193 QUEEN SECTION . . 180-189 Rally Committee 236 Ramblers 256 Reception Committee 172 Riflery 318 Riverside 50 463 IDDEK Rugby 320 Scabbard and Blade 442 Scripps Institute of Oceangraphy 51 Senate 451 Senior Fall Informal 56 Senior Hall of Fame . . 60-67 Senior Peace Committee •• 5589 Senior Sings 58-59 58- Senior Spring Informal . . Senior Week Committee Senior Year 55 Sigma Alpha Epsilon 365 Sigma Chi 366 Sigma Kappa 404 Sigma Kappa Alpha 452 Sigma Nu 367 Sigma Phi 368 Sigma Phi Epsilon 369 Sigma Phi Sigma 370 Skiing 322 Skull and Keys 440-441 Soccer. . . . ..... 322 SOCIETIES AND CLUBS . Sophomore Barn Dance . • . 143 Sophomore Brawl . . . 144-145 Sophomore Hop 142 Sophomore Year 141 SORORITIES 379 Store Board 155 Swimming 316 Tau Beta Pi 411 TENNIS 306-307 Tennis Matches Stanford 310 U.C.L.A. 308 U.S.C. 309 Thalian 218, 451 Theta Chi 371 Theta Delta Chi 372 Theta Sigma Phi 453 Theta Upsilon 405 Theta Xi 373 " Three Men on a Horse " 212 Torch and Shield 443 TRACK 294-295 Track Meets Nebraska 297 Stanford 300-301 Stanford Relays 302 U.S.C. 298-299 Washington 296 Treble Clef 225 Triangular Sports Day 176-177 Tri-Une 417 U.C.L.A. ..... . . 45 University Symphony . . . . 224 Varsity Debators 231 Vigilantes 144 Vocational Guidance Committee 174 Water Polo 317 Welfare Council 156-157 Winged Helmet 416 WOMEN 167 Women ' s Activity Council . . 168-169 Women ' s " C " Society . . . Women ' s Dormitory Association 454 Women ' s Executive Board . . 174 Women ' s Judicial Committee 159 Women ' s Orchestra . . . 172 Women ' s Orientations . . 173 Women ' s Rally Committee 171 Women ' s Sports 175 Wrestling 314 Yell Leaders 237 Y.W.C.A 170 Zeta Beta Tau 374 Zeta Psi 375 Zeta Tau Alpha 406 APPRECIAT1011 THE STAFF OF THE 1941 BLUE ARO GOLD WISHES TO EXPRESS ITS GRATITUDE TO THE FOLLOWIRG: ROBERT GORDON SPROUL, President of the University MONROE E. DEUTSCH, Vice-President and Provost FREDERICK C. FISCHER, Fall Director of Publications ROBERT F. LAWS, Spring Director of Publications JOHN BLACK, Staff Photographer WAYNE THORNTON, American Engraving and Color Plate Co. W. HARRY LANGE, American Engraving and Color Plate Co. M. H. FLADER, American Engraving and Color Plate Co. COURTNEY REBITT, American Engraving and Color Plate Co. HENRY HARVEY, Independent Pressroom BRIAN HARVEY, Independent Pressroom CHET SMITH, Independent Pressroom CHARLES H. FALK, Falk Typography FRANK COLBOURN, JR., Colbourn Studios GEORGE ROTAN, Colbourn Studios ARTHUR TOWNE, Blake, Moffitt Towne TIM O ' LEARY, T. Cardoza Company M. E. BURKE, Feature Artist WALTER FREDERICKS, A.S.U.C. News Bureau MARY Ross, A.S.U.C. News Bureau BETH SINCOX, A.S.U.C. Accounting Office " DAD " WILKIN, Budget Clerk ALICE WILSON, Publications Office NASH BURGER, Bard Florists VERNON SCOTT, Roos Brothers PHOEBE PLATE, Roos Brothers 464 � ' ` ` ' | . ' .


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