University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO)

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THE 1912 COLORADOAN When first I gazed upon the spacious lawn Of this old campus, now so dear to me, I could not feel the love which since has grown, And linked each spot with some fond memory. The buildings, standing guard on either side Of the old Quad, have long since grown to be Dear friends, the sight of whom recalls how much The friendships which I gained here mean to me. , 8 TI-IE QUA THE 1912 COLORADOAN RZANGLE Although our various' ways may lead apart, And cruel Fortune's whip force us to roam Far from these stately walks, we still may think Of this as, dearest of all words, a home. A Each building has some mem'ry to recall, Each has its goodly lesson to impart, Leaving its worthy imprint, not alone Upon the llllhdybllt chiefly on the heart. I 9 ff Cl 5,5311 Igggidlg Ott!! fwwf f Eefnavhigeemau, mo1in?!5.f5oohgkoonf5nAs?3 xlkfe N1zlsoun.AfQom fffhifor ffleanov ?5eonowhwZ5if'erarg Klffmmef i5m+?3i'fvfarg jlamngfwf mellmafiilefir ZEDifE3Farri61L9fon,fA1' Lmlmvjjbgggvltvaxff Tlfcwl Biffm qqgllevmfinke QZ.E51l7i1 Frank Kem jill THE 1912 COLORADOAN BOOK I BOOK ISI BOOK IH BOOK IV BOOK V BOOK VI BOOK VII BOOK VIII IQIEGENTS AND FACLLTY CLASSES Alumni Gra duates Undergraduates COLLEGE LIFE Student Govern-- ment Publications Debating Music Drama A.THLETICS ITRATERNITIES SORORITIES SOCIETIES Honorary Societies Class Societies Clubs CABIPUS SPARKS ll b 1 MYNQFANU4 .. if - ' 1 , ' - - L wx ! , L 7 D + JM, x V x 'ws EQ ,,.k!- I lV4,, .N ' N p .gf -. , - q- A A 1- wx , Il. T, Yf,A .!,,Kb-4,,,' N, ',NV ' wigiwlli E1 . V. xk y. X Il ff ,fi - 1V , vb4" . :. I JAMES H. BAKER THE 1912 COLORADOAN O 'U "' O 'ignarh nf Qivgvniz JOSEPH C. BELL. L.L.B ...... - Term expires. Gi-IARLES R. DDDLEY. L.L.B. i Term expires. ETHELBERT B. ADAMS, L.L Term expires. RALPH TALBOT. B.A ........ Term expires. IVILLIAM J. KING ........... Term expires, ANNA L. IVOLCOTT ......... Term expires. 1912. 1912. .B. .... .... . 1914. 1914. 1916. . .... . 1916. OFFICERS OF TI-IE BOARD James I-I. Baker ............................. Frank H. llfolcott .... Charles H. Cheney ............. COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD Trinidad Denver Telluride Denver Villa Grove DQ11X'GI' .President Secretary Treasurer Executive ...... . ........ Messrs. Bell, Baker, Dudley Auditing ............... Miss Wfolcott, Messrs. IVolcott, Baker Buildings and Grounds. .Messrs Bell, Dudley, Baker Finance ................ Messrs. Adams. Talbot Library ................ Messrs. King, Talbot Instructors .... . ........ Messrs. Baker. Dudleii, Talbot OFFICERS OF ADMINISTRATION James H. Baker ......... ........ P resident Fred E. Hagen ..... ..... S ecretarv and Registrar 14 THE 1912 COLORADOAN .Talnes H. Baker, CDB K Zjl'C'SZ'ff67'l-If of the Um'1ve1'sityf. BA., Bates College, 1869. MA., Bates College, 1871. LL.D., Bates College, 1892. President of the University since 1892. 'ln- VMS Q48 V Fred B. R. Hellenis, CD B K ,N Derma of the College of Liberal Arzisg Professor S 1 39 S, J Pqfslijk SY, 'ii 'ff tiff ff? 2.9, fx, e X ,.-?.f-525125:15:11.-2-f' -'-'- iw ' fi .2 :':1'ri:-:1-sys .-'. .' 5 . A" ' -5-.i ...'-5552552512644 -" ' " 23.34 If 1 , A . 31-55:2 ' ., V -'gf ',5?,5::,5 .3 1: 435525. . . H153551?f4Z3E1E5Is?5'.1 , M 522 , . 1 5-.2-,,g:.s,-agigfqr, -3-5 1 11, .--:-:-:,:::1q::q:1:g: ,. .1 ' . gt.,-1 T.221i.2i22:ee,s:ae:fs:5:. .1 1' .- .- '1 -I-1':.rE:?3rZ55555i5:' ' -4f- 'Iii'-12'2six12:fsa:s2gezs:s1Q:ez5222:z, ' iffy " , -,,-:1:-t:1v:v:'-.-1:-11:-.-:MSI-:' 954:-E.. . f..-::7' ' -i5:V'f:b1'2'.' 'M 'xii-5"x'. 1 ,:,., ':,.:1g:5:5:g:5.zg5:,f5:5:115231 5.1: :-:f-2:1-if -:'53,:.:53::Z2g1,.,.54253 ,jg zefe.:-.'-:z--.1-was' ...,::vfv::- 1- - 1-I,'i'-2EfsE.115s- 'riri-::f:1:fa:v 1-3 "iff" . was 'fs ' ,- 4- - - 5:15 V. , 1 "fr:-E'.z-ir 2:5-L.-w5g.::g.-V'-f,.2"? .,i45n,..,. ,H.::-- - 'Q -'4 " ' .wi-i 4:3255 pe.77,51b.31-. . :.,.:zr1 mn, .,.f. L , Lfimif --,Z5r,?:p5'g5-gf' .H 5 -' 'S-.fx V- -- ": ,f':3f,.:'C1:fyg5z!Qa-.amz.,qi-.-:ma ,gy-. I 9.25: 1-' ,- ,s : 'ali-sl:fawilftrw' ' ' 1. .- .- '-ff' Eaf ' V 7 .51 ,Q T E. , Ira M. DeLong, A T A Professor of Mazfhemazfies. B.A., Simpson College, 1878. M.A., Simpson College, 1881. Professor of Mathematics, University of Colo- rado, since 1888. Brings out the poetry in mathematics. 0 f Latin. BA. and Fellow, Toronto University, 1893. Ph.D. and Fellow, University of Chicago, 1898. Professor of Latin, University of Colorado, since 1898. Dean of the College of Liberal Arts since 1899. 'KCan refuse more gracefully than others can grant." 15 THE 1912 COLORADOAN J. Raymond Brackett, X112 B.A., Bates College, 1875. M.A., Bates College, 1878. Ph.D., Yale University, 1880. Professor of Literature, University of Colo- rado, sinee 1888. "Now, I have one thing in mind-guess what it Luman M. Giiiiii, E E Stapeinillievtclevvt of the Unirvevfsizfy Hospital ,' Professor of Srzwgery. M.D., Rush Medical College, 1875. Professor of Surgery, University of Colorado, since 1889. There's but one "Dad" Giflin. E. Barber Queal, 2 Eg fI2P 2 Professor of Physiology. M.D., Ohio Medical College, 1890. Professor of Physiology, University rado, since 1892. of Colo- The freshn1an's friend. Albert A. Reed, fb A CID Professor of Low. LL.B., Columbia University, 1887. LL.B., University of Colorado, 1892. Professor of Law, University of Colorado, since 1893. Few words-but those well directed. ' 16 Secretary of the Graduate ,FClOLl1Z?fflj,,' Professor of 00'7lZ29CH'fLZLi'U6Z cmd English Lizfemzfure. is? -a THE 1912 COLORADOAN George H. Catterlnole, Q Yq fb Professor of Meclioiue. M.D., University of Michigan, 1891. Professor of Medicine, University of Colo- ,A rado, since 1898. , Si How fondly the child thisakindly man must love- his gentle hand for the sick is surelyT'endoWed l ' from above. , f ,- l George Norlin, B Kg CD B K Professolr of Greek. B.A., Hastings College, 1893. Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1900. Professor of Greek, University of Colorado, since 1899. Better lose a game honestly than win it unfairly. Francis Ramaley, Q A X3 CD B Kg E E Professor of Biology. B.S., University of Minnesota, 1896. M.S., University of Minnesota, 1896. Ph.D., University of Minnesota, 1899. Professor of Biology, University of Colorado. since 1900. I "'Don't call them microbes, or germs, call them micro-organisms." Melancthon F. Libby Professor o f Pizilosophy. B.A., Toronto University, 1890. Ph.D., Clark University, 1901. Professor of Philosophy, University of Colorado, since 1901. Defender of the King's English. 17 TI-IE 1912 CULORADOAN John B. Eke1ey,AKEg C9 N Eg 4IDBKg EE. Professor of Chemistry. B.A., Colgate University, 1891. M.A., Colgate University, 1893. Ph.D., University of Freiburg, in Baden, 1902. Professor of Chemistry, University of Colo- rado, since 1902. "Well, We Won't bother about that now, but sufiice to say that-" John Burton Phillips Professor of Sociology and Economies. B.AQ, Indiana University, 1889. MA., Indiana University, 1891. Ph.D., Cornell University, 1897. Professor of Sociology and Economics, Uni- versity of Colorado, since 1902. "All this seeming may be dreaming." WVi11iam H. Pease, GIJA CID Professor of Law. B.A., University of Toronto, 1894. LL.B., University of Colorado, 1897. Professor of Law, University of Coloradoj since 1902. ' The motive power of the Law School. Russell D. George, B Kg E 'E Professor of Geology. BA.. McMaster University, 1897. lVI.A., McMaster University, 1898. State Geologist since 1907. Fellow in Geology, University of Chicago, 1898-99. Professor of Geology, University of Colorado, since 1903. A professor who is not afraid to speak to the students when he meets them outside the class room. 18 i THE 91912 COLORADOAN Milo G. Derham, KID F Ag O K 113 B K Professor of Latin. B.A., Cornell University, 1892. Ph.D., University of Colorado, 1904. Professor of Latin, University of Colorado, since 1910. "Why were you absent from chapel?" Milo S. Ketchum, T B Hg 2 E. Dean of the College of E1zgt'neeriwg,- Professor of Civil E 11,g1ir2zee7'if2Lg. B.S. fC.E.D, University of Illinois, 1895. C.E., University of Illinois, 1900. - Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Colorado, since 1904. Dean of the College of Engineering, Univer- sity of Colorado, since 1905. The power between the engineer and his god. Frank Riley Castlenian, A K E Pltysioctl Director. B.S., Colgate University, 1906. Physical Director, University of Colorado, since 1906. Though no orator, he has but few peers as a"coach James F. lVillard, A X P Professor of History. B.S., University of Pennsylvania, 1898. Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1902. Professor of History, University of Colorado, since 1906. A good mediaevalist-but has not the false mediaeval notions of professional dignity. 19 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Saul Epsteen, T B Hg E E J -18-SfSZLfI7?f I rofessor of Engineering. B.S., University of California, 1900. Ph.D., University of Zurich, Switzerland 1901. University of Gottingen, Germany, 1901-1902 Assistant Professor of Engineering, Univer sity of Colorado, since 1906. Has solved all equations save the feminine ,.-:asm-,+:4esa-foggy MMTQ, -5':::-.-:z- - . ' .f...-.....,i...,.,.. . . ,. M.. ...w fi M24--1. 'Y - ig. 'f ' 35, f 12:-. iirft .,2-.' 'f Nqr'-va., f "',. y' f ' f.Qf!'f'I12- 1-af ef 'Ki' .- e- 'Z' - 1 15 32f:-' . .4 -.1:azz: .ZP'2'?3 " M21 ' WR' vftfiie. We John D. Fleining, dv A GD 5 CID A 111 Oscar M. Gilbert, 2 'Eg Q Y CD Assistant Professor of Meclieirte. M.D., Barnes University, 1898. - John Hopkins University, 1902. Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado, since 1906. One who labors for others, perhaps beyond his own gO0d welfare. John A. Hunter, CD K 05 2 E Professor of Zlfeehcmieal Engineering. B.S.CM.E.J, Pennsylvania State College, 1890. ME., Pennsylvania State College, 1896. Cornell University, 1894-1896. Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Univer- sity of Colorado, since 1906, "Uncle John." Dear. of the Lane School Professor of Lew and Associate Judge of the Practice Court. B.A., Center College, Ky., 1875. LL.B., University of Louisiana, 1878. L.L.D., Center College, Ky., 1910. Dean of the Law School, University of Colo- rado, since 1907. l'I think that this little story will serve to fix the case in your mind." 20 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Theodore D. A. Cockerell, E E2 Professor of Systematic Zoology. Curator of the Public Museum, 'Kingston Jamaica, 1891-1893. ' Middlesex Hospital Medical School. British Museum of Natural History. Professor of Systematic Zoology, University of Colorado, since 1907. Not often that you find a scientist with an artistic temperament. 1 1+ f :zffwf-3' 1651106 ' ' l-1 ' - f l- . Xvlulillll Harlow, -QD P Eg E :: v ' - - Dorm of the zllechcal Sclzoolf Professor of ,,. 3 Me clzoal Dmgnoszs. .1 Mn, University of Miehiganhises. B.A., University of Colorado, 1907. ' Student at Berlin and Vienna, 1900-1901. ,V fr Professor of Medicine, University of Colo- rado, 1906. ' g' Dean of the Medical School since 1907. Though seldom seen, he is the man at the helm. .1-.r ev f'f- Oliver C. Lester, E. Ng E E Professor of Physics. B.A., Central College, Mo., 1897. M.A., Yale University, 1902. Ph.D., Yale University, 1904. Professor of Physics, University of Colorado, since 1907. Not a man of iron, but of live oak. George M. Chadwick ' Professor of Music. The music of yon resounding Water-spray Is not half so sweet as the notes you play, 21 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Frank E. Thompson, 'DB K Secretary of College of Ednoationg Professor of Education. B.A., Leland Stanford, Jr., University, 1901. Columbia University, 1906-1907. Professor of Education, University of Colo- rado, since 1907. Secretary of the College of Education since 1908. 'The gregarious insjtinct is decidedly unhelpful to many students. Cut loose and' let the flttest survive." Alvin R. Peebles, A T Ag 112 P 25 2 'E Assistcmt Professor of Medicine, M.D., University of Michigan, 1906. Assistant Professor of Medicine, University of Colorado, since 1908. Like bitter medicine his quizzes seem, And to the Juniors that's what they surely mean. Fred G. Folsom, 1IfYg CID A CID Instructor in Law and Judge of Practice Uourt. B.A., Dartmouth College, 1895. LL.B., University of Colorado, 1899. Instructor in Law, University of Colorado, since 1903. , Judge of Practice Court. Coach of Football Team. "This life is no dream." Clement C. Wlilliams, TB Hg 2 'E Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering. B.S., South Iowa Normal, 1900. B.S.fC.E.l, University of Illinois, 1907. C.E., University of Dakota, 1908. Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Colorado. "That's near enough for all practical purposes." 22 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Herbert S. Evans, TB Hg 2 E Professor of E leelrieal Engineering. B.S.fE.E.J, University of Nebraska, 1898. University of Nebraska, 1901. Professor of Electrical E ' ngineering, Univer sity of Colorado, since 1905. Above the smoke and roar and din, Still shines the smile of "Sunn y Jim." John S. McLucas, XXII Professor of English. B.A., South Carolina University, 1893 B.A., Harvard University, 1895. M.A., Harvard University, 1899. Professor of English Un' , iversity of Colorado. since 1909. I'm not aimin at po ularity and big classes, but- gl - . rather intellectuality. Grace Fleming Van Svveringerh I' Professor of German. 1, - . B.S., Cornell Unlversity, 1893. Ph.D., UI11V9I'S1tY of Berhn, 1904- Professor of German, University of Colorado, Since 1909- Hmy' Hum' T - . -'izfeff-'-1Q:a:s:2-42.1 :ff .gil , iw , .f,, " "j .,e ,,-,,,...., . . M- .1 gag 4,1 ' :ff - f P - .. J.. z . w '2'1'25f.g: Eliza' ,- ' J'l'l"4'f?z2fEeiQ?efz:w ' Clough T. Burnett, AY5 52551115 E E Professor of Baoteriolof J9- M.D., University of Michigan, 1908. Professor of Bacteriology, University of Colorado, since 1909. Steward of the bugs. 23 THE 1912 COLORADOAN . David R. Jenkins flssiszfcmzf Professor of Electrical Engivz-eevrfifng. B.S.fE.E.J, University of Colorado, 1904. E.E., University of Colorado, 1907. Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineer- ing, University of Colorado, since 1909. "To start a gasoline engine, put your hand through the ily wheel and pull the switch." J X ZlValter L. Barnes . Libraricm, in Charge. Ph.B., Otterbein College, Ohio, 1898. Librarian in Charge, University of Colorado since 1910. - Nun Hrnfezanrz S. Antoinette Bigelow, ZA Doom of W'omen,' Instructor in English. B.A., Wellesley College, 1893. M.A., Columbia University, 1910. Student at Radcliffe, 1900-1901. You can't please everybody if you are Dean of Women. Lawrence WY Cole, 2 Ng 2 E Professor of Psychology. B.A., University of Oklahoma, 1899. M.A., Harvard University, 1904. Ph.D., Harvard University, 1910. The farther West I go, the more am I convinced that the wise men came from the East. 'Leave of absence. 24 THE 1912 COLORADOAN S. Griswold Morley Professor of Romance Languages. B.A., Tuft's College, 1898. M,A., Harvard University, 1899. . Ph.D., Harvard University, 1902. Not in sympathy with student act,-ivities James C.Todd,fI21' A: B A Hg Q N E Professor of Pathologyg Secretary of Medical School in Boulcler. Ph.B., University of VVOOSt61', 1897. M.D., University of Pennsylvania, 1900. 'LDon't you know that? Well, that is too bad." Across the Campus 25 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Qlnllrgv nf Eihrral Arts Fred B. R. Hellems, Ph.D.. . J. Raymond Brackett, Ph.D. Ira M. DeLong, M.A. ..... . S. Griswold Morley, Ph.D.. George Norlin. Ph.D. ..... . Francis Ramaley, Ph.D.. . . . Zllarultg Decinf Professor of Latin. . . . ..... Dean of the Graclncite Sehoolg Pro- fees-ia of 007'l7aj2Cl'l'ClZf?:fU-9 and English Literature. . . . ..... Professor of Ufathematios. ...Acting Professor of Romance Ion- guciges. . . ..... Professor . . . ..... Professor Melanchthon F. Libby, Ph.D. ......... Professor John B. Phillips, Ph.D.. . . . John Bernard Ekeley, Ph.D. Russell D. George, MA.. . . . Theodore D. A. Cockerell. . . George M. Chadwick ....... James F. Wlillard, Pl1.D.. . . Oliver C. Lester, Ph.D.. . . . Frank E. Thompson, B.A.. . Jnnius Henderson, B.A.. . . . John S. McLucas, M.A.. . . . .'. . Seere tary Pro fess ology. . . . ..... Professor . . ..... Professor . . ..... Professor . . . . .Professor . . . . .Professor . . . . .Professor . . ..... Secretary Pro fess . . . . .Professor of Greeh. of Biology. of Philosophy. of thefGollege of Goninzercef or of Economies and Soci- of Gheniistry. of Geology. of Systematic Zoology. of Ilfilsio. of History. of Physics. of the Gollege of Ecliioationg or of ECZ1lCClfi0?l. of Natural Historyy Giirator of the Museuni. . . . . . . . . . .Professor Grace Fleming van Sweringen, Ph.D.. .Professor Lawrence YV. Cole, Ph.D. ............. Professor of English. of German. of Psychology. . Milo G. Derham, Ph.D. .... ..... P rofessor of Latin. Saul Epsteen. Ph.D. ....... . . .Assistant Professor of Mathevnatiws. Antoinette Bigelow, M.A. .... ..... . fletilig Dean of lVo-men. Fordyce P. Cleaves, M.A. ..... .... . Charles B. Dyke, M.A. .- ....... .... . Joseph L. Kingsbury, B.A. .... ..... I nstrvietoi C. H. lllillianis, B.A., B.S.. . . . lVhitford H. Shelton, Ph.B.. . . . . . . lWilfred lV. Robbins, M.A. .... .... . Harry A. Curtis, B.S. ........ .... . . . . fl ssis tant I nstriletor in Orotory. Instructor in Eclnoation. r in History. Professor of E clnecction. - .Instructor in Rommiee Languages I nstrzfetor in Biology. Instructor in Chemistry. Adolph G. Pierrot., Ph.B. ..... ..... I nstrrzwtor in English. V lVillia1n.R. Brac-kett, B.A. .... ..... I wstrnotor in Physics. Mildred S. McArthur, M.A.. .. ..... I nstruetor in German. Arnold J. Lien, M.A. ........ ..... I nstrfmtor in Economies. David J. MacDonald, M.A. .... ..... I nstruetoi Elva Cooper, M.A. ....... . . . . . .Instruetov 26 " in E cliioation. " in Jlcitheniaties. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Easley S. Jones, M.A.. . . . . .I7'lfSf7"'ll0lf07" in English. F. M. Handy, BA.. . . . .fvistwiozfoif in. Geology. Wlilliam V. Casey .......... . . .liistmotor in Ecliioazfioii. Margaret L. XVhG6lG1', M.A.. . . . . .fnislwiotooi in Ecliaoation. Paul lil. Dean, HA. ........... . . .Ivz.s'z"ruceto1H in Ghomistrg Gerald R. Hoogeiidijk, Ph.D.. . . . Inst-ructoi' in Chemistry Cleophile Bell, M.A. ......... . . .:ls.si.s2favz.l in Litemtiw'e. Ethel R. Ford, BA.. . . . . .lflssisifmit in Lito1l'az5'1r1fo. Gladys C. Shufelt. . . . . .flssiszffmt in Mathematics Helen C. Coates ............ ...ilssiszfmit in Romaiwo Languages Louise L. Tourtellotte, HA.. . . . . .lls.9i.sz?ant in Biology. Wlarreii E. Wlatkins ........ . . .-flss'istamf in Biology. Katherine E. Dier, M.A.. . . . .flssi.sz5miv5 in Philosophy. Charles F. Poe ......... . . .flssistcmzf in- Ghomisi1'g. Wliuthrop YV. Leach ..... ...Assistant in. Glzemistiiy. Philip G. lVOI'C6Sf6F, BA.. . . . .--lssiszfrmt in Geology. Roy M. Butters, BA. .... . .ilssismvit in Geology. Coliii Go-odykoontz. . ..Assistcm25 iii History. Frederick V. Bliss. . . . .Assistant in Phfgsios. Cornelius J. Marvin... .ulssislcmzi in Physics. Inez Macauley, B.A.. . . . .Assiszfcmt in English. Ferd J. Lockhart ....... . . .flssistmit in English. Ruth M. Shelledy, BA.. . . . .Assistomt in German. Mary E. Lakenan, B.A.. . . .Assistaiit in Psychology A' - z 'lf-RQ". . . , .. f'2i'155'3 'ff'. i5 '3Q ' E , . all f-.' 1 Q. VK kr 757:54 aw? s p ' A 5 3- 2, giesszzqigfi r ' 2 ' 22-2 .H--f-G ,iglglcv f- wg,-. 'ae-aff' 1 if ' ' - 3 L ' ' '- ' 7412211.2 2 'sz-W .:-'kla..:.5.f f f f ' " ' A -Y a ffine - - -mfr: Aw' ,- 15'-f..-v-1' 41'-' -. V: ,: 'f' 15.1. 's1:z'fEf?:. '.w':1'iV i- L' - V A ' . '- -- . w -fi, -ff vw ,f imap AW - 1 - eigr ff, ZA-ew - . - aw? Q., 1 . . ,.,J.'3I'S5fQ 4522-?' -" , "'-UZ" -' --51'1f .,-J ' L-3,1x?4' ,if"Q?'3'1f1i-i'2",f.ii-,r7f. 'ff XMMQ-'K A s ei. 1- -f I i zfiilll iis-"f 5' La 3,1 f 5 , .. . . . an 4 .. . , .L ,LL - 1 V Qra:2:,g:.f2-2-fc. 4 fr-:z,:.fs5: , .14-: -v a Q f. ..: fvwvz- w.:f,6S.w4 -.:.v . 1' I4 . if fiirfifh, -'fm pwfif Q ,jug ey., if 5922.3 3 -I --E?-1-.ls Lise- 1 A ft' . :Z-ffl.. 'l.ff?ff5'i77 - ff F igzfag. 15 349 We 4 ... . L-A 5, A ' - " ' - ' "" f f .... 3 ' wo, -325' w ' '-'- """ " "" .Z. .V ' ' . ' 'l' -4 . if The Macky Auditorium 27 THE 1912 COLORADOAN fllnllrge nf Engineering, Herbert S Evins. DL Saul Epsteen, Ph.D.. . . Zltarultg Professor Professor Professor Milo S. Ketchum. C.E. .... .... . John A. Hunter. ME. ..., .... . ' 'N '. 'z ,th .... D S. Griswold Morlev, Ph. John B. Phillips, Pli.D John Bernard Ekeley, Pl Russell D. George. M.A. Oliver C. Lester, Ph.D.. John S. McLuczLs, M.A. Grace Fleming van Swer Clough T. Burnett, M.D. ............ . David R. Jenkins, EE George L. Sullivan, B.S.. . . . . . . . Guy WV. Smith, B.S.. . . . B.S Edward C. Stocker, Ollison Craig, B.S. Harland C. lWoods, B.S Joseph B. Morrill, B.S.. Siebelt L. Sinnnering, M.E. .... .... . Wlhitney C. Huntington Frederick V. Bliss, B.S. Carl M. Duff, C.E. ..,. . A gzzages. Pro fessov Professoi Pro fessov Professor Professor Professor 1 ages, '13-ifblf f Dean, Professor of Civil Engizzcering of rlfeclmnical Engineering. of Electrical Engineering. 1 . . . . of Engineering ilfatlzematics rioting Professor of I?omance Lan- of Economics and Sociology of Chemistry. of Geology. of Physics. of English. of German. Professor of Bacteriology. Assistant Professor of E lectrical Engi- neering. Instructor in llleclz-anical Engineering Instructor in Engineering Matlte- matics. Instructor in Civil Engineering. Instructor in Meclianical Engineering Instructor in Engineering Drawing. Instructor in Electrical Engineering. Instructor in Mechanical Engineering , on ,..,... . , fE.E.j ...... . . . . . . . . . . . . .Assistant in Assistant in Assistant in Assistant in Civil Engineering. Engineering Mathematics Engineering .lfatlzeniatics Engineering Drawing. Staff uf the itnitrh Staten Cinmzrnment Gfimhm' Grating Svtatinn Staff of the United States Government Timber Testing Station Norman De VV. Betts, ME. ........... Engineer in C Iiarge. Alfred D. Vlolff, Jr., B.S.. .. ..... Engineer in Timber Tests. Henry V. Blank, B.S. .... ..... E 'ngineer in Timber Tests. 28 W5 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Svrlgnnl nf 1HHvbirinr-ZHarultg-Guntinurh lVillia1n J. Rothwell, M.D. .......... . Francis H. McNaught, M.D. ........ . Leonard Freeinan, BS.. M.A., M.D.. . . Josiah N. Hall. B.S.. M.D. ......... .. Charles A. Powers, M.A., M.D. ...... . . Charles F. Shollenherger, M.D. ...... . Howell T. Pershing. M. SC., M.D. .... . Edward C. Hill, MS.. M.D. ........ . . Herbert B. lVliitney. B..-X.. M.D. ..... . Horace G. Harvey, B.A.. M.D.. . . . . Sliernmn G. Bonney, M.A., M.D..... Moses Kleiner. M.D. ................ . George B. Pac-lzaifl. M.D.. .. T. Mitc-hell Burns. M.D.. . . . lVulter A. Jayne. M.D. .,,. . Charles B. Van Zant. M.D.. . .. llfelville Black. BID. ....... . James M. Blaine. M.D.. .. ldfllllillll C. Mitchell. M.D. .... . David H. Coover, M.D. ........ . Samuel B. Childs, M.A.. M.D. ...... .. James H. Pershinq, B.A.. . . QP . . . r or rr Ar cyl Q, G Professor of rllerlioine. Professor of Obstetrics. Professor of Surgery. Professor of Jfeflieine. Professor of Surgery fC'Ziniool Sur- fferyj. I Professor of rlfeflirine PefZz'otriesj. Professor of .Veurology and Psychi- fllllffl. Professor of C'7zemisfry fTofeieoZogyj. Professor of ilfefiirine fP6fZiClf7f'iFSj. Professor of Surgery. Professor o Professor Professor geryj. Professor of f ilferfieine. V of Tizeropeufies. of Surgery fOrzflzopec7io Sur 0 bsfefmrs. Professor of Surgery fGyneeoZogy and glZNZ0ll?i'iIfIZ Surgerjfj. Professor Professor Professor real Di' Professor Pr 'ofessor Professor Professor of Physiology. of Oplzflzolmology. of Dermatology and Vene- 360868. of Boefer-2'oZogy. of Opizfiiolmology. of fl1zo2'oo1y. of flfedieol Jurisprizclernee. - - X TI-LE 1912 COLLRADOAN Srhunl nf illllvhirine-illarultg-Qlnntinurh Samuel D. Hopkins, MD.. . Vllilliain C. Bane, M.D.. . . . George H. Stover. M.D. F. Crillett Byles, M.A., M.D.. . . . James C. Todd, B.Ph.. M.D.. . . . J. C. Hutchison, MS., M.D.. . . . Wlalter WV. Reed, M.D. .... . Frost C. Buchtell, M.D.. . . . Eugene H. Robertson. M.Pli. Edward Delehanty, M.D... Theodore D. A. Cookerell.. Oliver Lyons, M.D. ....... . Edward B. Trovillion. M.D.. . lVillian1 A. Jolley. M.D. ..... . lVillz1rd J. Wlhite, M.A., M.D.. . . Jacob Campbell, M.D. ..... . John Andrew, BA., M.D.. . Frank R. Spencer, BA.. . . . Clay E. Giflin B.A. M.D.. . 7 7 Henry S. Denison, BA., M.D.. . . Carbon Gillespie, M.D. ....... . John YV. Aniesse, M.D. ......... . lVa.lter WV. Wlasson, BA., M.D.. Arthur Margot ............ Edward R. Mugrage, BA.. Fraiieis J. Evans ........... . . . . . . . . . .Professor of Neurology and Psychi- atry. . .... Professor of Otology. .. .... Professor of Roentgenology. . . . .Professor of Hygiene. . . . .Secretory at Boulrlerf Professor of Pathology. . . . .Professor of Obstetrics. -lssistcmt Professor of Obstetrics. . . . . . . . . . .A-lssistcmt Professor of Surgery. ,M.D. .... Lecturer an Electro-Tlzerapeutios. . . . . . . . . . .Lecturer 'ln Neurology. .. .... Lecturer tru Comparative flrrltomy. .. .... Lecturer in Gerltto-Urinary Diseases. . . . .Instructor in Anatomy. . . . .Instructor in Pharmacology. . ...lrstruotov in rlfeclieal Jurtsprufleree. .. .... I'n.struotor in Surgery. .. .... Instructor in Anatomy. . .... Instructor in Laryrzgology and Rhi- rzology, Oplzthalrmology emcl Otology . . . . . . . .Instructor in Surgery. . . . . .lnstruotov try .lfeclie'lne. . . . .lvzstrzletor 2-rl !l.7LCtl07l?f!f. . . . . .lnstruetov in .lIecl'toine. . . . . .Instructor My Artatomy. . . . . .-lssz5stor,t in Bacteriology. . . .Assistcmt in Pathology. . . .il8.S'lSflt7'l'l 'ln Pathology. Q P 'few , -' ' - ejellk- x.. L -s F e F ia? iris - 'iii' :?e?x.. jf' XJ HUT lf n'd?5 'iwvimnoggf MQ" . 232:-nn?-mga' - vim? I lf ,. laik MQW S3355 63324 4593 in 'ish -4 7 F- 092' :WSW Qiifkaa f - Q - - - 31 THE 1912 COLORADOAJV Svrhnnl nf illllvhirine Illarnlig llvilliam P. Harlow, B.A., BLD. ...... . Llnnan M. Griffin, M.D. ....., . John Chase, B.A., M.D. ..... . Thomas E. Taylor, B. A., M.D. ...... . llTllll31ll B. Craig. M.D. .... . E. Barber Queal, M.D. ...... . George H. Cartermole, M.D. .... . . . . Frank E. lXT2IXl1R111, M.D.. . . . . Francis Ramaley, Ph.D.. . . . Charles F. Andrew, M.D.. . . Charles S. Elder, M.D.. . .. Newton Wfiest, M.D. ....... . John B. Ekeley, Ph.D. ........ James R. Arneill, B.A., M.D. ...... . Richward XV. Corwin, BLD. .... . . . . Charles B. Lyman, M.D. .... . John M. Foster, M.D. ......... Edward Jackson, M.A., M.D. ....... . Edward F. Dean, M.D. ..... . Ross C. lVhit1nan, BA., M.D., Secre- tary at Denver ................ .. Oscar M. Gilbert, M.D. ............. . Dean. Professor of Professor of Oio7ogg. Professor of Professor of Professor of Professor o Professor of ogg. Professor of ologg. Professor of ties. Professor of Professor of .Professor o .Professor of einej. Professor of Professor of .Professor of Professor of Professor of .Professor of Professor of mire l. Surgerg. Oyiizffmfmologg ami O?2sfez'rirs. Surgery. Pfzgsiologg. .7lf6CZ'i6Z'7L0 fPefZiat1iesj . Rlrinologg anal Lavrgrgol Histology fmfl Emory- Mozferio and Therapeu- Surgerg ffiyvzeeofogylj. Dermatology. UIl677Z.'iSZL7'y. I 1JIC'fIiC'i776 KC'ZinieaZ Medi Surgery. Surgery. Otology. Oph tizolmologg. Arsazfomg. Pathology. .lf ed iein e QOZinieoZ Medi I C l V THE 1912 COLORADOAN Srhunl nf illmu illarulig anh illerhxrrrz John D. Fleming. B.A., LL.B. ....... . Moses Hallett. LL.B. ............... . John Campbell. M..-X.. LL.B., LL.D.. . . Albert A. Reed. LL.B. ............. . lVillia1n H. Bryant, BS., LL.B. ..... . Edwin Van Cise ..................... Vllilliam H. Pease. B.A., LL.B. ....... . James F. lllillarcl, Ph.D. ....... . . . . Frecl G. Folsom. B.A., LL.B.. . . . . . . Joseph L. Iil11gSlDll1'y. B.A.. . . Hu gh Butler .............. Robert S. Morrison ....... Charles S. Thomas, LL.B. ........... . Lucius M. Cuthbert. M.A., LL.B. ..... . John A. Riner, LL.B. ............... . Ralph Talbot, B.A.. . . . . . . Charles D. Hayt ............. .... Caesar A. Roberts, M.A. ............. . lllillard J. lllhite, M.A., MQD. ....... . Ernest L. Vfillialns, LL.B. ...... . . . . James XV. McCreery ...... John E. Robinson ..... lVillian1 B. VValclo .... O. C. lVilson, ...... . Eugene Bond ......... Wfillialn R. Kennedy .... John S. Sticlger ...... . Deetrg Professor of Law. Dean mul Professor of Ameriocm Con- stitutio Dean E11 not Law. Emeritus. ievjitws, Professor of Law of Private fmrl rll7l7llCl2?flZ Uorjyoratimzs. Professor Professor Professor Professor Professor of Lrrzr. . of Law. of Law. of Law. of A-meriefm tmcl Elliglisli Uortstitutiooifrl and Political History. Ir,stru.etor in Law, Judge of Practice Court. I nstritetor in, History. Lecturer on Clozrzrzzon Low Pleaclivzg. Leeturer on Law of zllines fmcl Jlin- ing. Lecturer on Lolo of Ericlertoe. Lecturer on R0lIZfl77f Law. Lecturer on Irterlmtional Law. . Lecturer or, Criminal Law cmd Pro- eetlilre. Lecturer on Law of Tcmeotiovz. Lecturer on Uoloraclo Civil Code. Leeturer on .lleclieal Jurispruclenee. Lecturer on Appellate Proeeclure. Lecturer or, Low of Irrigation anal lflfater Rights. Lecturer on the Lctfze of Bcmlrruptfy. Libraricm. First Ass istcmt Li brarifm. Secorlcl Assistcmt Lilararicm. Clerk of the Proetiee Oourt. Stenograyylter. J 1 111 1 1. 11 ,1 1 1 -111 " V 11 1 11 A 1 . 111,1 4 1 1 1 1 1111111 1 .11 1 L1 1 , 1 1 A -", .11111 1 1 .1 1 1 ' 1 ,111 1 111 11 'V A1 1,11 1 ff, 1 1114 1 ' ex it I' 1... . , 1 . N .1.. ,fl :VI Y! 1 11.1 K 1. C4- V , 1-.,.. W1 ,. .-1' 1 11' ' f 1 1 -1-fafvhf I 11 1.' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 7 1 :Lv . 1 1 TI-IE 1912 COLORADOAN E " ATH:...- Z. sig? ' Avi X 'Q B i, f-'N' "rm - f P . - 2-'fwgz L, fi Glhv Alumni Azauriaiinnz I-IE Universitv of Colorado Alumni Association Was organized in 1882, and since t-hat time has enjoyed a growth that has been paralleled only by the growth and development of the U niversity. In addition to the Gen- eral Alumni Association, local associations have been established in all the important cities of Colorado and in several of the larger cities of the United States. Within the last vear Alumni Associations have been started in Pittsburg and Seattle. The purpose ot all these Associations is to advance the interests of the University of Colorado and to promote a feeling of good fellowship among the :graduates of the University. OFFICERS OF GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION I-Iarry A. Curtis ......................... President Phillip Van Cise ..... .... I 7iee-President Gertrude F. Currens .... ............ S ecretary Jessie Fitzpatrick .... . . Ei t' 't Herman Weinberger .... . Xeon we Comml tee LOCAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS Boulder Idaho Springs Chigago , I1G3d.Vill6 Cripple Creek Pittsburg Denver Pueblo Durango Seattle Greeley Telluride 35 THE 1912 COLORADOAN 2-Xrnunh the Illeaiihr itnarh tqggsa- HE past year has been one of great moment to the Alumni of if the University of Colorado. Three notable banquets were ' held which gave the Alumni an opportunity to pause for a I 1 Age day, cease work in the othce, in the schoolroom, or in the field, X24-J and to renew acquaintances, to once more become students enjoying a football game and to fienew the fellowship of col- lege days around the festive board. The commencement banquet of last year was attended by two hundred and fifty alumni and students and will long be remembered by all those present. On October eighth the loyal sons of the 'tSilver and the Groldn gathered at the Boulderado Hotel in Boulder after the Varsity-Alumni game. The toasts of the evening aroused in all the pride we feel as graduates of the University of Colorado. The addresses of Messrs. Shaefer and Thompson were espe- cially noteworthy. It was a great event in the life of the University and will doubtless be the forerunner of many similar occasions. Cn Thanksgiving day the annual Mines-Colorado game was played in Denver, and after the victory of the men of our Alma Mater, the Alumni, one- hundred and twenty strong, assembled at the Albany Hotel and enjoyed the midyear banquet. The true Colorado spirit was everywhere evident and the toasts were received amid much applause. T ' ' May the work thus auspieiously begun continue to prosper until our 'Alma Mater stands in the front rank of the Universities and Colleges of the United States. J. J. LAT ON, , LLB., '02. Pittsburg Alumni Dinner 36 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Bell, Cleoplnle, B.A,., M.A. ...................,.... . . University of Colorado, 1908, 1909. Comparative Literature, English Literature, German. Berg, Louise Marie ................................. German, History. Bliss, Frederick Van Ostrand. BS. CE.E.j .... University of Colorado, 1907. Electricity, Mathematics. I Boswell, Fannie Judith, B.A. ...... . University of Colorado, 1909. English, Comparative Literature. Brackett, Wlilliani Raymond, B.A. ............. . University of Colorado, 1905. Electricity, Mechanical Engineering, Physics. Butters, Roy Morrill, B.A. ................... . University of Colorado, 1909. Geology, Paleontology, Surveying. Coffman, Blanche Arizona, BS. ..... . Parson's College Academy, 1909. Literature, History, Philosophy. Cole, Katherine Burgie, Ph.B. .... . University of Chicago, 1909. English Literature, Sociology. . . .Boulder . . . .Aspen . . .Boulder . . .Parker . . .Boulder . . .Denver Fairfield, Ia. Chicago, Ill. Cooper, Elva, BA., M.A. .......... .. .Boulder University of Wisconsin, 1904, 1906. Mathematics. Cunningham, lVilliam S., BS.. . . . . .Durango University of Colorado, 1903. Chemistry, Geology. Dean, Paul Marshall, BA. ...... . . . .Denver University of Colorado, 1908. , Chemistry, Physics, Geology. DeVoss, James Clarence ........... . . .Boulder Psychology, Philosophy, Education. Doolittle, Frederick lVillia1n, BA., B.S. CC.E.j . . . .... Hopkinton, Ia. Princeton, 19055 University of Colorado, 1907. Physics, Mathematics, Mechanics. 37 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Duff. Carl Mathais, B.S ...... , , ,Vepgaillesa MO, University of Colorado, 1910. Civil Engineering. Dunham, Clifford Scott, B.A. ...... .-. Iowa State Teacher's College, 19065 University of Colorado, 1910. Psychology, Music, Sociology. Dunklee., Edward Vaughn, B.A. .... . University of Colorado, 1910. Sociology, Psychology, Philosophy. Elden, Laeta, BA. ................. . University of Colorado, 1901. Literature, History. ning. nal-1, Ba. .... . . . . . . . University of Colorado, 1910. Mathematics, Physics. Fairchild, Grace, Margaret .... German, Education. Fertig, Jerome Henry, BS. CC.E.Q . . . University of Colorado, 1903. Civil Engineering. Ford, Ethel Rosina, B.A. ..... . University of Colorado, 1910. Literature, English. Grant, Anna May, B.A. ......... . University of Colorado, 1902. Philosophy, Greek, Economics. Huber, Gertrude Selina. .. .. . . . . . . English, Education, German. Hunting, Bertha Harriet, B.A. ..... . University of Colorado, 1910. Literature, Psychology, Sociology. Huntington, lVhitney Clark, B.S. ..... . University of Colorado, 1910. Civil Engineering, Physics, Mathematics. Jackson, Bethell Howard, M.E., M.A.. ....Boulder . . .Denver . . . .Boulder . . . .Boulder . . . .Victor . . .Montrose . . . .Boulder . . . .Boulder . . .Denver . . . .Boulder . . .Denver . . . . . .Boulder Stevens Institute of Technology, 19055 University of Colorado, 1905. Geology. Jones, Easley Stephen, B.A., M.A.. . . University of Colorado, 1907, 1909. English, Philosophy. Kesner, Harry James, B.A., B.S. QC.E. University of Colorado, 1905, 1907. J Lakenan, Mary Emma. McCue, B.A.. . . University of Colorado, 1910. Psychology, Literature. Lauer. Arnold lufllllillll, Ph.B. . . University of Iowa, 1904. Geology, Chemistry. Lightbourn, GraceThorndyke, B.A.. . . University of Colorado, 1908. Philosophy. Macaulay, Ines Stearns, B.A. ..... . University of Colorado, 1910. English Literature, Economics. 38 ... .Boulder .Berkeley, Cal. . . . .Boulder Norman, Okla. . .Central City . . . .Boulder THE 197.2 COLORADOAN McArthur, Mildred Sherwood, BA., M.A. . . Cornell University, 1908, 1909. German, Middle High German, Icelandic. Morrill, Joseph Bra dlev, B.S. fE.E.b .......... University of Colorado, 1910. Electrical Engineering, Physics, Mathematics. Moys, Adelaide May ............. u ....... . .. . . . Greek, Latin, German. Parker, Orpha May, B.A. ...... . University of Colorado, 1910. Literature, Education. Parrett, H. D., B.A. ....... . Ohio Wesleyan University. History, Sociology. Person, Fred Gilman, B.A.. . University of Colorado, 1905. Physics, Chemistry. Poe, Charles Franklin, B.A.. University of Colorado, 1910. Bacteriology, Chemistry. Prisk, Helen Alice .......... Education. Buffer, Rodney Arthur, Ph.B.. . . . . Kalamazoo College, 1909. History, Mathematics. Reynolds, lVillia.m LeRoy, B.S. tC.E.j . . . University of Colorado. Civil Engineering. Robbins, Wlilfred Wlilliain, B.A.. Mft.. . University of Colorado, 1907, 1908. Botany, Zoology. Salomon, Carl Emmanuel. B.A.. . . University of Colorado, 1910. Literature, Latin. Seeley. Marie lVaterbury. .. . . . Literature. Shelledv, Ruth Marguerite, B.A.. . . University of Colorado, 1910. German Literature. Shelton, lVhitford Huston. Ph.B., M..-X. ..... ........ . Simpson College, 19053 University of Colorado, 1910. Romance Languages. Shufelt. Gladys Elizabeth, B.S., M.A. ...................... . Union College, Nebraska, 19073 University of Colorado, 1910. Mathematics, Physics. Simmering. Siebert Luke, B.S. tM.E.j .. . University of Colorado, 1910. Mechanical Engineering. Skinner, James Dudley, Ph.B.. . Yale University. Mechanical Engineering. Smith, Guy lVatson, B.S. CE.E.j. M.S.. . . University of Colorado, 1908, 1909. Mathematics. 39 ...'I'roy, N. Y. . . . .Golden . . .Boulder . . .Boulder . . .lVashington C. H., Ohio . . .Fort Collins- . . . .Greeley . . . .Nampa, Idaho .IiHl2lll'121ZOO, Mich. . . . .Denver . . .Boulder . . .Berthoud . . .Boulder . . .Boulder . . lndianola, Ia. . . .Boulder . . .Boulder . . . .Denver . . . .Castle Bock THE 1912 COLORADOAN Stocker. Edward C.. BS. . . . ,, ,Boulder University of Wisconsin, 1909. Civil Engineering. Sullivan, George Leonard, BS., ME. ,.................... .... J ackson, Neb. University of Nebraska, 19085 University of Colorado, 1910. Physics, Mathematics. E Swayne, Josephine Bacon, BA., MA... . . .Boulder University of Wisconsin, 1880, 1884. History of Art. Sweeney, Mabel E ...... .... D enver Education. Thielen, Gertrude Hendrie ............ . . .Leadville Mathematics, German, Education. Tilley, Maurice, BA. ................ Hamilton, Mo. Mount Holyoke, 1908. Education, German. Tourtellote, Louise Lucretia, B.A.. . . .... Denver University of Colorado, 1910. Botany, Education. Trowbridge, Marv ........,... , , ,Boulder Biology, Literature. Underhill, Olive Lorena, Ph.B. ............... . . .Pueblo University of Chicago, 1909. Philosophy, English Literature, Psychology. llfatkins, lVarren Elmer, BS. .......... . . ...... Anthony, Kan. Kansas State Agricultural College, 1906. Botany, Etomology. WVoods, Alice Ruderdorf, BA.. . . . . .Boulder University of Nebraska, 1909. English Literature, History. Wfoods, Harland Clark, BS. .... .. .Boulder University of Nebraska, 1909. Civil Engineering. Vlforcester, Philip George, BA. ....... . . .Boulder University of Colorado, 1909. Geology, Paleontology, Surveying. -I0 r .FV - . .ku-,. , . THE 1912 COLORADOAN .P 1 A ,P iftllfr-. . '.'rgj'., if., -f 11 H Cvmenremozf wel wks-D QE' f i, 'W W1 L ll Xfsfii Pi -2 1-1 'A wi 'lfbi f 1 ' 1 1 as 1 'i - QLQJTR " fffsffffl SiP:x x : i ?1x'1' sh ll-1 Glnmmenrrmrnt meek, 15111 BACGALAUREATE Exnncisns X' Sunday, June 5 2:30 p. 111 .... ...,....,.......... . ..... A ddress by President Baker . The Presbyterian Church ., THE SENIOR CLASS PLAY ' Monday, June 6 8:00 p. H1 .... ........................... 4 4Love's Labors Lost" 10:00 p. m. 2:00 p. m. 3:30 p. 111 7:30 p. m 8:30 p. 111 9:30 p. m University Campus CLASS DAY EXERCISES Tuesday, June 7 .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Alll111Dl-SQHTOI' Baseball Game Gamble Field ....S611101'S7 Farewell Class History ......................... .... R oy P. Roberts Engineering Building Class Prophecy ............................ Johnson E. N augle Medical Building Class Oration .......... , ........... .... G eorge A. W'l1iteley Law Building Class Ode ...............................,.. N eora E. Fletcher Main Building .......................ThePresident'sReception Presidentls House ........... Alumni Reception and Class Reunions University Campus . . . ................................ Senior Promenade University Quadrangle . . . ....................... .... S enior Sing-out Library Steps 42 THE 1912 COLORADOAN COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES lVednesday, June 8. 10:00 a. in ........ .......................... C hautauqua Auditorium Music ...... ....... U niversity Band Invocation .... ..... R ev. Albert L. lVard Music ................... .......... U niversity Band Coininencement Oration .' ......................... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rt Rev. Charles S. Olmsted, S.T.D. Willie Culture of the I-Ieartfl Music .... ......................... U niversity Band Address ................... Governor John F. Shafroth Award of Bennett Prize Conferring of Degrees .... ...... P resident Baker Music ............... ......... U niversity Band Benediction .... ..... R ev. Albert L. lfVard Music ............................... University Band ALUMNI BANQUET Wednesdagf, J une 8. 1:00 p. m .... ........................ C hautauqua Dining Hall r',J GH' his pg nga v .L ul w Q Cr fl R IQ 5 a st . J , S V f A any iff 4 sit if 5' sfj ,l .E , I mtl! f ' Wil, 1' ESQQQS-ii. ii A 'HM' ,' ,,:: .slrmrfo ,A A, R .SQ l , fir 43 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Qlluma CDDB lVhat are we amid the circling years of time, Among the mighty nations that have lived and died Far in the chilling north or the soft southern clime, lVho have in pride of strength all other men defied? Look at the hills and their eternal cliffs, The snows of ages in their silent drifts, , The whispering pines, and all fair Naturels brood! NVhat are we, we say, amid this everlasting good? Few we are, not great, nor old in years, lVe have our petty foibles, hopes, and fears, lVe feel ourselves to be of little worth, - Small are we in the great march of peoples through the earth. 3 One moment a great nation rises intolpower, lVith mighty armies sweeps the globe and conquers all, To flourish for one short and fleeting hour, And then, at last, ofercome by strength of war to fall, A nd then another nati-on takes its place, And swift is born a second conquering race, To march in triumph with its flags unfurled: But each, though short its life, has left its mark upon the world, A heritage to the succeeding age. Even thus will we, and on lifels stage lVe'll act the part of the great, and good, and free, Forever to our land a source of pride and triumph be. lVe've walked in silence 'neath the old scholastic walls, Our hearts with daring thoughts of future years have thrilled, lVe've thought on wondrous things, and, in the learned halls, Of dreams and fancies that as yet are unfulfilled: Oh, then, awake! Let us not be as men lllho live our useless, sellish lives and then, Dying, to deep oblivion are hurled, And leave behind no mem'ries of their stay in this brief world, But, rather, as those men whose hopes and fears Have shaped the history of succeeding years, And future ages praising will proclaim, ln accents bold and strong, the lasting greatness of our name. -Naam E. Fletciwa 44 V-, 1 ff l V 1 f '7qRIpUski QILLI L muwiw! 4 Ax S - N3 L wx 'L X 5 THE 1912 COLORADOAN flbliivrra nf the Qlnmhinvh Seniuru Alexander L. Johnson ........... Frank Gilligan Carrie Gldland .... Frank Hill .... President Vice-President Secretary .Treasurer Uhr Qluat nf uilliurh i'-Xhn Ahnnt Nailing" Beatrice . . . Hero .... Ursula ...... Margaret .... Benedict .... Claudio . . .H Borachio .... Conrade . .A The Friar .... Don Pedro .... Don John .... Antonio Sexton ...... Dogberry . . . Balthazar . . . Seacoal . . . Oatcake . . . Verges .. Leonato ...... Manager .............. g .... F rank Adelaide Moys Eloie Dyer Geneva Bell Jessie lVells Charles Sperry L. Frazier Banks Victor Moulton Harold Healy Alexander Johnson J. Wfarner Mills Maurice Madden Herbert Bonnell John Hanisher George Crowder Arnold Odluin Arthur Cunninfrhai ,D ni George Downer lValter Lovelace Edward Dunklee Hill Play to be presented Cornmencement VVeek by the Seniors. .Q gp .fi .1 ff x.s5' 0 Jo ki: .HN 0u 4p0l.l 46 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Olnllrgr nf Eihrral Arm John Paul Nafe, "Shorty,ll .... .... B oulder B Kg fi: A A . Sumaliag Jaysg President of College Freshmeng Glee Club C133 Sophomore Barbecue Committeeg Reporter on "Sil- ver and Gold" f3Jg Manager of 1911 "Colo- radoangv President College Seniors. "He may be an honest man, but he surely canlt mean all he says." ' Geneva Mabel Bell, uGen',. . .... Boulder HBIIJ Mortar Boardg Sophomore Barbecue Committeeg Sophomore German Commit- teeg Vice-President Senior College. UA cheerful temper, joined with innocence, will make beauty attractive, knowledge delightful, and wit good-naturedf' Mildred Armstrong Peck. . . . .Denver AF Mortar Boardg Sophomore German Committeeg Secretary Senior College. The Dean of the Law School is certainly line, So's the Dean of the College I must agree, But after considering, l've made up my mind, That there's only one "Dean" in the World for me. Helen Scott Cuthbertson. . . .... Pueblo AAA Secretary Woman's League Board C33 9 Treasurer Senior College. To be trusted is a great compliment, 47 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Lee Frazier Banks .......,... .Denx er ATQZ AEP Torch and Shie1d5 Gifiin Prize Debate C15 C25 Winner C355 Winner Oratorical Contest C155 Winner College-Law De- bate C155 VVinner State Prohibition Con- test C255 .President Combined Sopho- moresg Colorado-Utah Debate C255 Vicef President Y. M. C. A. C25 President C355 Vice-Presidentf U. of C. Debating Society C255 President Richards Literary Society C355 Debating Squad C355 Club House Committee C455 President Democratic Club C455 Debating-Team C45. Above the vulgar iiight of common souls. Tohn Stockbridge Barrows, "Jack9'. .Denvei BCH Torch and Shieldg Sumaliag Heart and Daggerg Jays5 Sophomore Barbecue Com- mitteeg Sophomore German Committee5 Editor-in-Chief 1911 "Coloradoan5" Mana.- ger Track Team C455 "Silver and Gold" C25 Ass't. Editor C455 A. S. U. C. Commis- sion C455 Bearer of Senior Class Cane. As sober as a judge-on most occasions. Louise Marie Berg ,... L .... - ....... Q .Aspen Journal Club C25 C35 Secretary C355 Treasurer Y. W. C. A. C45. NGVBI' idle 3, H10I1'19l'1t. I luabeth XVl1hG11Di112l Boeke, 'tBetty". . .....,.................Pavi1ion,VVyo A K CIP Vassar C15. An athletic girl. -I Q THE 1912 COLORADOAN Helen Mar Brown ........... Lawton, Okla. University of Missouri C133 Richards Literary Society C13 C23 C33 C43. "Mind unemployed is mind unenjoyedf' Abraham M. Burger .............. .Boulder C Indiana State Normal School C13 C23g University of Indiana C33. The world turns aside for the man who knows Where he is going. ' Durham I Campbell ...... . .......... Denver Engineering is too easy-so I'm taking college. Ivy Gertrude Campbell .... C. .Malvern, Iowa ' AI' University of Iowa C13 C235 Dramatic Club C43. I've never any pity for the conceited people, be- " cause I think they carry their comfort with them. 49. THE' 1912 COLORADOAN Guy Clifton Cary, 4'Guy',. . . .... Boulder 119 P 2 "All that I require of myself is 'not to be equal to the best, but only better than the bad." , c f Reginald Leighton Chase, 44Reggie,'.Denver C III Civil Engineering Society C25 C353 En- gineering Literary Society C253 Champion Tennis Doubles C35 C455 Manager Tennis C35 C453 Track Squad C353 Engineering Editor "Silver and Gold" C45. Still a few more bounces in the old tennis ball. 5Villia1n L. Cline .......,..... .... B oulder Glee Club C15. His face has begun to Wear that settled married look. Helen Oatman Coates .... . . .Denver X0 Mortar Board g Sophomore Basketball Teamg Assistant in Romance Languages C45. - "I have no other than a Won1an's reason. I think him so because I think hirn so." , 50 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Mary Elizabeth Cody, '4May'7. .Central City "The laughter of girls is and ever was among the delightful sounds of earth." George lVarren Culver, 4tHerp".Fort Collins EKIHE Richards Literary Society C23 C335 Junior Prom Sub-Committee. Too good-natured to make a lawyer. tllavid Llewellyn Curtis ....... Castle Rock 2 N Sumaliag Glee Club C135 Sophomore Barbecue Committeeg Sophomore German Committeeg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C233 Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Collegeg President Combined Juniorsg Club House Committee C43. "Titles of honor add not to his worth? James Clarence De Voss ........... Boulder Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C13 C23 C33 President C435 U. of C. Debating Society C13 C235 Richards-U. of C. Debate C13. "A laugh is Worth a hundred groans in any market." ,K Deceased 51 THE 1912 COLORADOAN HBQD 7 . KKI' H B fb tor "Co1oradoan,' C35. 52 Carol Aletha Dier, uCaroP Golden "Not a care or a sorrow troubles you When you know that the one you love loves you Alice Downing ......... Aspen Mortar Boardg Y. W C A Cabinet C155 Dramatic Club C15 C25 C35 C45 Pre-si dent Richards! Literary Society C25 C35 Literary Editor 1911 "Coloradoan My art endows me with a searching eye I know an actress When I one espie Edward Vaughn Dunklee 'Dunk' Denver 2 fb Eg A E. P A c a c i ag Vice-President Combined Freshmeng Chairman Sophomore Barbe cue Committeeg President Sophomore Col - legeg Manager Tennis C25 President Scribblers' Club C25 C85 C45 Vice Presi dent Richards Literary Society C35 Win ner 'College Law Debate C25 Winner Ora torical Contest C353 Colorado Kansas De bate C355 Manager f'Civ1c Quarterly C35 C455 President Civic Club C45 Dramatic Club C35 C455 Local Editor Sllver and Gold" C353 President State Proh1b1t1on Oratorical Ass"n. C455 Debating Team C45 Not half what's said about me is true I alone can explain myself Eloie Churchill Dyer .... Boulder Mortar Boardg Sophomore Barbecue ' Cornmitteeg Richard's Literary Society C25 C45 Secretary-Treasurer C35 AFt1St1CEd1 "Heaven itself would stoop to her THE 1912 COLORADOAN Grace Margaret Fairchild ........... Victor ' Mortar Boardg Richard's Literary So- ciety C25g Woman's League Board C45. "Never elated while one man's oppressed, Never dejected while anotheris blessed." Edith Fleming .................. .Montrose "I would rather excel others in knowledge than in power." Marjorie S. Ford, i'Marj7' .... . . .Denver K K 1' Junior Prom Committee. "'Those about her from her shall read the perfect - ways of honor." Lawrence George Giacomini, 4'Ja ck',.Ster1ing GAA Sacred Heart College C155 Sans Soucig Choral Society C25g President Newman Society C355 Glee Club C25 C35 C455 Ass't. Editor "Civic Quarterly" C353 Vice-Presi- dent Freshman Laws. "The man that has no music in himself, Nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds, Is fit for treasons, stratagems and spoils." 53 THE' 1912 COLORADOAN Emma Groom ..................... Boulder Has more friends than acquaintances. Caroline Louise Habermann ..... A ...... Rico "There is no art to Iind the rnind's construction in the face." Felicia Grace Hall, "Gracious, ..... Boulder AF Sophomore Barbecue Committee 5 Sec- retary Combined Sophomoresg Historical Society C3J. "On every thorn delightful wisdom grows, In every rill a sweet instruction Hows." Mildred Delta Harding. . . .... Boulder A X Q I-Iears, sees, and says nothing. 54 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Edith May Hawes ............... Longmont Richard's Literary Society C22 C3J. "Wealth I ask not, hope nor love, Nor a friend to know meg All I ask-the Heaven above And the road below me." Harold Harris Healy, c'Heasley77 .... Denver B Kg 41: A A Heart and Daggerg Glee Club C135 U. of C. Debating Society C19 C25 Vice- President C335 President Junior Collegeg Literary Editor "Coloradoan5" Track Team C335 Manager Football Team C455 Debating Squad C4J. The senior censor of the Annual. Ruth Fenton Henderson .... .... C leveland A I' H Wells College C135 Yi W. C. A. Cabi- net C4J. Recollection is the only paradise from which we cannot be turned out. Anne Herbert Hill ...... . . ...Waco, Texas X Q Northwestern University CD. "A maiden never boldg Of spirit so still and quiet, that her motion Blushed at herself." 55 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Frank Allen Hill, 44Pill" .... Grand Junction B011 Torch and Shield g Order of the Gold- en Crabg Sophomore German Committeeg Glee Club C15 C25 C355 iArtistio Editor 1911 "Coloradoang" Treasurer Combined Senior Class g IXMHHHSST Senior Class Play. What rage for fame attends both great and small! Frank Bonar Howe, 4'Bob".Colorado Springs , 2 Ng A X 2 ' Not looking for friends. Gertrude Selina Huber ...... . ...... Denver E Denver University ill. Never known to have said an unkind Word. Charles Otis Hulfsrnith, 4fDode7' .... Greeley ATA Heart and Daggerg Freshman and Sophomore Baseball Teamg Baseball Squad 121 C3J. As important as a Chicago alderman. 56 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Louise Hyde ...................... Boulder Basketball Team 4355 vice-President Junior College. Learn this from me, where'er thy lot doth fall, Short lot or not, to be content with all. Emma A. J ackson, B. Di. .... Red Oak, Iowa Graduate of Iowa State Teachers' Col- lege. The greatest thing in life is to help others. Ada Charlotte Keener ..... .... S alida KKI' Vice-President' Sophomore Collegeg Sophomore German Committeeg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 1255 Mount Holyoke College C37 Fortunate is he who can bask in her smiles. Myrtle May Kilvert, 4'Pete', ........... Ohio A soft smile plays around her lips. 57 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Sue Emily Leadbetter .... . . .Denver A A A ' Y. W. C. A.!Ca.binet C31 President C4J. Virtuefjis its own reward. lValter Sharp Lovelace, HBinifred7'.Boulder . Sumaliag Heart and Daggerg Scrollg Knights of the Karretg President Rich- ard's Literary Society C33 g Giflin Prize De- bate fllg Richard's-U. of C. Debate C29 f3l3 News Editor "Silver and Gold" f3J Editor-in-Chief C435 Ass't. Editor "Colo- radoanf' "Colorado Monthly" Staff C353 Debating Team f4J. Spots in the sun are in his lustre lost. Anna Lowery .................... .Bouldei Historical Club Q31 g Wesleyan Circle C33 643. A heart inspired with noble sentiments. V Floyd Eugene LyVere .............. Lamai 5s Q 1 Learning makes a man it company for himself. THE l9l2 COLORADOAN Nano Mahoney .................... Denver To major in mathematics one must be of more than extraordinary ability. Carl A. McLaughlin, 'tDip',. . . .... .Denver ATogQP2 Sophomore German Committeeg Soph- omore Barbecue Committeeg Assistant in Library 125. He was ever precise in promise keeping. Jared Warner Mills, ttBob,' .... . ,. .Denver ATQQQAQ Torch and Shieldg Sumaliag Class Football 1253 Football Team 135 1453 Tennis Champion 125 1355 Athletic Edi- tor "Coloradoang" President Freshman Laws 145. Talks little, but certainly gets there. Louis A. Mitchell, uSap" ..... Newark, Ohio B G H University of Texas 135. "As idle as a painted ship upon a painted ocean." 59 l THE 1912 COLORADOAN Elsie Estella Montgomery ...... . . .Boulder 'KI am a part of all that I have met." Q Victor Adna Nlontgomery, i'Vic7'. . .Boulder President Riohard's Literary Society C35. My thoughts are my own possession. Wfilliam Louis Morrison ........... Boulder Basketball squad C15 C255 Baseball squad C15 C25 C35. ' E Perseverance Wins. , May Adelaide Moys ..... .... B oulder AF Mortar Boardg Treasurer Combined Sophomoresg Sophomore German Commit- teeg Sophomore Barbecue Committeeg Riehardi's Literary Society C255 Secretary- Treasurer C355 .Dramatic Club C35 C455 Associate Editor "Coloradoan,g" Junior Prom Committee 3 Senior Play Committee. It is, as it were, born in maidens that they should wish to please everything that has eyes. V 60 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Arnold Asbury Odlum, i'Oddy', .... Boulder 2 X3 A E P5 CID A CD . . Albion College C135 Hillsdale College C235 Glee Club C335 Winner State Pro- hibition Oratorical Contest C33 5 Colorado- Texas Debate C335 President Dramatic Club C435 Glee Club C33 C435 Colorado- Kansas Debate C4-. The faculty of thinking on one's feet is a tre- menduous engine in the hands of any man. Caroline Oldland, '4Carrie,'. . . . . .Meeker A K K 1' Mortar Boardg Secretary-Treasurer Combined Seniors. . ' "Just a Wearyin' for you." Barbara M. Orr ................ .. ..Boulder Learning, Without thought is labor lost. Calvin Belmont Preston, "Sal77. .Canon City 5 EN. Torch and Shieldg Assistant in Li- brary C13 C23 C33 C435 Assistant Editor "Civics Quarterly" C43. "I wish the Civics Club had me for a librarian and press agent? 61 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Jacob Coulter Preston, 'fKing Jakel' .... ..........................Canon City Assistant in Library C15 C25 C35 Q45. Practice teaching brings a fellow into closer contact with the girls. Helen Alice Prisk, '4Prisky'7. .Elkhorn, VVis. XO Lawrence University C15 1255 German Club C353 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C45. "Thou hast no faults, or I no faults can spy, Thou art all blindness, or all blindness I." Hugh Clark Pryor ......... Spearfish, S. D. South Dakota Normal School C15 f35g University of Nebraska 125. l will find a Way or make one. Ella Ragland ..................... Boulder Richard's Literary Society C45. I would rather study books than men. 62 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Oliver Samuel Remington, ccR6l11,7. .Boulder BK ' Jaysg Scoop Clubg Ass't. Manager 1911 "Colora.doan3" Junior Prom Com- mitteeg News Editor "Silver and Gold" 645. Spends most of his time preparing for his prep class in economics. Du Fay Rice ................... Nixon, Mo. Acaciag University of Missouri 623. Fully appreciated only by himself. Pearl Barnette Rucker ............ Manitou Secretary Combined Juniorsg Basket- Ball Manager i355 Secretary A. S. U. C. 145. Well on the road to the Presidency. Marie 'Waterbury Sealy. . . .... Boulder A I' Vice-President Freshman Collegeg Richard's Literary Society C23 f3J 145. Speech is great, but silence is greater. G3 T1-IE 1912 COLORADOAN Horace G. Slusser, '4Sluss". . .... Boulder CD XII University of Michigan C155 Civil En-. gineering Society C25 C353 President En- gineering Literary Society C35 3. Treasurer Scribblers' Club C355 Class Baseball Team C25 Captain C353 Champion Tennis Doubles C35 10453 Tennis Team C45. An engineer who strayed from the fold. Allie Newton Spyker ..... Baton Rouge, La. More independent than her landlady. Nellie Margaret Statler. . . . . 5. Greeley AT Colorado State Normal School C15 C25. "Cheerfulness is an offshoot of goodness and wis- dom." Oletha Stearns. ................... Boulder Richard's Literary Society C15 C25 C35 C455 German Club C45. "Things unattempted yet in prose or rhyme." l l G4 THE 1912 COLORADOAN 'Cliiord Hannibal Stone .......... Gunnison 4iFriar" Scrollg Winner Bennett Prize- Essay C235 U. of C. Debating Society C13 C23 C33, President C435 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C33 C435 Secretary Civics Club C335 Re- porter "Silver and Gold" C33 News Edi- tor C435 Board Control "Colorado Month- ly" C435 Editor "Civics Quarterly" C43. To work is his delightp Martin L. Stiiiier .............. Salem, Ohio . BCHQQPE Oberlin College C13 C235 Cra.bbers5 Sophomore German Committee5 Secre- tary-Treasurer Combined Sophomore Medics. To be of service rather than to be conspicuous. Todd Clement Storer ........ .... P ueblo BKgoAA Heart and Daggerg Ass't. Secretary University C135 U. of C. Debating Society , C'23, President C33 C435 Civics Club C33, Vice-President C435 Scribblers' Club C235 Richard's U. of C. Debate C33 C435 Giftln Prize Debate C335 "Silver and Gold" Staff C33 , Business Manager "Silver and Gold" C435 Debating Squad C43. Those who have loved longest have loved best. Selina Taub ................ t ....... Denver Journal Club C33 C43. To be slow in Words is a sterling virtue. 65 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Gertrude Hendrie Thielen ........ Leadville- H B CID Assistant in Mathematics 135. Studious let me be, and hold high converse Witha jthe mighty. Mary Trowbridge ....... Beaver Dam, Wis.. Richard's Literary Society C213 His- torical Club ,C3Jg Journal Club Q15 141. Affections not set on anything on this earth. A quiet spectator of 1ife's drama. Edith May Watson ............... Boulder , Illinois State Normal School fljg University of Chicago C2Jg Y. W. C. A. Cabinet MJ. 1 66 Leila Ada Ward, uLec" ........... Boulder' I Worked with patience which was almost power.- THE 1912 COLORADOAN Jessie lVells .................. Blass, Tenn. Richard's Literary Society C43g Scrib- blers' Club C43. "To virtue only and her friends a friend." 'Golenda May Vlfilson, 4'Dode7' ...... Boulder A Of a retiringnature. Dean Amory Wforcester ....... Thetford, Vt. Sophomore Baseball Teamg Civic Club C23 C33 C435 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C23 President Y. M. C. A. C335 General Secretary Y. M. C. A. C435 Ass't. Baseball Manager C335 Baseball Manager C43. He only lacks some vices to be perfect. Charles F. Poe ............ . . .Ault A X 2 University Band C23 C33g Assistant in Chemistry C33 C43. , A future Remsen. 67 TI-IE l9l2 COLORADOAN Q .. Off for a Vacation The Suffragettes 68 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Qlnllege nf Enginrrring Roland Patton Blake, Cl1.E., MR. P.,'. . . ......'......................Montrose Acaciag Mechanical-Chemical Society C33. A self-made man. Frank Logan Brown, C.E. 4iBrownie',. . .......................St.Joseph,Mo. 44Friar", TBH University of Minnesota C13 C23 5 Manager Band C33 Director C435 C. E. Society C335 President C43. Saw the error of his Ways and reformed. Ralph Leigh Brown, M.E., "Kink". .Pueblo B Q H University of Michigan C135 Vulcan 5 Ass't. Manager Football C33. The kid glove engineer. Franklin Wier Cowell, GE., 4cFat7'. .Denver H B Q9 H Class Football Team C23 C333 Class Baseball Captain C235 Baseball Team C23 C33 C45- "May his shadow never grow less." 69 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Joseph S. DeRen1er, uJi1n',. . . . . .Boulder T B II C. E. Society C35 C45. ' An autlrhrity on railroad curves. Arthur Lewis Dierstein, GE., 4'Dutch,7. . .' ........................... Denver Glee Club C25g Engineer's Ball Com- mittee C15g C. E. Society C35 President C45. A seven-year engineer. ' Charles DeVan Fawcett, EE., HSeedy Sophyl' ...................... Boulder E CD E E. E. Societyg Baseball Team C15 C25 C355 Captain Freshman Football Teamg Captain Freshman Baseball Teamg Sophomore Barbecue Committeeg Assot. Manager High School Day C35 Manager C45g Business Manager "Engineering Journal" C45. An engineer with political aspirations. Robert Byron Finley, EE., NR. BW. . .Craig T B II l Sans Soucig State School of Mines l C15 C255 E. E. Society C35 Secretary C451 A reformed miner. 70 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Frank Thomas Gilligan, EE., "Gig',. . . Boulder Sans Soucig Class Basketball C133 Class Football C13 C235 Class Baseball C133 Baseball Squad C13 C23 C335 Foot- ball Team C33 C433 Vice-President Junior Engineersg Vice President Combined Sen- iorsg Junior Prom Committeeg Engineer- ing Smoker Committee C339 Treasurer E. E. Society C43. "Say, fellows, let's do this." Roy Mortimer Giroux, EE., 'fGirocks".. .............................Boulder Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C43. A man with many varieties of smiles. ' James Arthur Hall, GE., MP. B.".Del Norte T B H Sans Soucig Class Football Team C13 C233 Football Squad C235 Baseball Team C33. Never fails to criticise the length of the assign- ments of the Professors. Alexander Piatt Hart, E.E., NPV. . .Boulder A T A Vulcan. Winner of the Jenkins trophy. 71 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Fred Dailey Hartford, C.E., 4'Hartll. .. Berthoud T B II C. E. Society 135 145. Neyer found intruding. Langley Raehrs Heinz, CE., uPlufus".. . ..............................Creede . TB1-I C. E. Society 135 145 g President Soph- omore Engineersg Ass't. Manager "Engi- neering .Tourna1" 135. "Scrappy and me, we can't say nothin'." Alexander Laughlin Johnston, E.E., c'AleX" ........... Orillia, Ont., Canada ffrriarm T B II E. E. Society 115 125 135 1455 Ass't. Editor "Engineering Journal" 135 Editor 1455 President Associated Engineering Societies 145 3 President Combined Seniors 145- Ever ready to inflict his opinions on others. Alfred Allen Kelley, M.E., 'CAN' .... '.Victor T B II Sans Soucig Ass't. Manager "Engi- neering Journa1" 1353 Mechanical-Cheln ical Society 135 145. Gets Whatever he goes after. 72 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Julius Kurtz, EE., itProf.,' ......... Denver C. E. Society C15 C25 C35g Chairman Program Committee and Vice-President E. E. Society C55. "I'd like to put you on for a little talk Wednesday evening." Maurice Michel Madden, CE., "Mike". Aspen C9 III C. E. Society C45g Newman Society 143- S Should be registered in the department of edu- cation. Charles. Clifford Mathis, E.E., HC. P. Steinmetzv .................. .Boulder . , T B H. . E. E. Society C35 C45. "Looking for Scrappy and Plufusf' George Matthews, EE., t'Matty" ....... ..........................Centra1 City 2 A E Vulcang E. E. Society C35 C45g Man- ager Class Athletics C15 C25g Sophomore German Committeeg Ass't. Cheer Leader C355 Engineer's Ball ,Committee C353 President Junior Engineers C355 Baseball Team C15 C25 Captain C35. Leader of the Engineers. 73 C THE 1912 COLORADOAN Verne Owen McClurg, CE., 44Little Dan" ....................... .Brush Sans Soucig Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Engineers3 Secretary-Treas- urer Junior Engineers3 Treasurer Com- bined Juniorsg Sophomore Barbecue Com- mitteeg U. of C. Band C253 Secretary- Treasurer C135 Leader C45. Secretary-Treasurer. Orange Malcolm McNeil, CE., "Mac". . Boulder B K Vu1can3 C. E. Society C35 C453 Class Baseball Team C15 C253 Baseball Team C15 C25. C35 Captain C453 Basketball Team C35 C453 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C3353 Manager Athletic Smoker C45. "Er-r-r-it is this Way. Well, I don't exactly know." Lawrence W'inn Messinger, EE., '4Mess', Denver A T A Vulcan3 Sophomore German Commit- tee33 Track Squad C15 C25 C35 Captain C45. Dopes his quizzes out ahead. John 'Thomas O'Brien, EE., 44JaWn,'. . . ........................CrippleCreek ' Sans Soucig Football Team C15 C25 C35 Captain C453 Baseball Squad C15 C253 Captain Class Football Team C253 Presi- dent Newman Society C253 Cheer Leader Engineers C35 C453 Manager High School Day C353 A. S. U. C. Commission C353 Chief of Police C35. ' "By CJove5 ? that makes me hot." 74 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Verton Outwater Osborne, EE., 4'Ossie" ............................Montrose Merely attending classes. Carl James Pease, EE., "Empson',. .Denver E. E. Society C15 C25 C45g Glee and Mandolin Club C155 U. of C. Debating So- ciety C25 C35 C45g Football Squad C45. A Wireless telegraphy enthusiast. Ernest Prince, EE., uOctopus" ..... Boulder Class Football C155 Sophomore Bar- becue Committeeg Football Team C25 C355 E. E. Society C35 President C45. "We are very fortunate this evening to have with us H VVinfred Lafayette Prouty, CE., 44VVin'7. Denver EKIPE Vulcang C. E. Society C15 Treasurer C25 Vice-President C355 President Fresh- man Engineersg Captain Track Class Team C15 C255 Winner Freshman-Soph omore Cross Country Run C15g Track Team C35 Captain C455 Pres. Junior Engi- neersg Engineers' Ball Committee C355 'Assistant Editor "Engineering Journali' - C355 Engineering Editor "Coloradoan" C355 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C45. "NoW,.fel1oWs, I think we ought to do thisf' ' 75 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Morris Oscar Rachofsky, QE., 4cPerh- inutterw ............. , ....... Durango Glee Club C135 University Orchestra 421 131. , Naturally bright. J Lee WVheeler Read, EE., f'Shorty" .... .................Council Bltiffs, Iowa E. E. Society C33 C43. "Let's have a hot one." Earnest Charles Rhode, CE., 'cDutch". . ...................State Center, Iowa . 2 N ' Iowa State College C133 Chairman Engineers Smoker C335 C. E. Society C33 C43. Particularly fond of blondes. John G. Rose, CE., aDad" ........ Palisade School of Mines C133 C. E. Society C33 C43. Prematurely bald. 76 THE 1912 COLORADOAN 'Gardner Alva Shulters, CE. ......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sinclairville. New York C. E. Society C15 C35 C45 Secretary C25g Engineers, Literary Society C35 Treasurer C255 Band C25 C35. Tending strictly to his own business. Charles Stillman Sperry, CE., HC. F. QQ I". .................. Annapolis, Md. ANP Massachusetts Institute of Technol- ogy C15 C253 Law-Engineering Debate C355 C. E. Society C35 Pres. C455 Senior Play Committee C45. A capable man in every way. Harry Short Stocker, CLE., uStock". .Denver 2 N Vulcang Acaciag Class Football C15 C25g Captain Class Basketball C15 C255 Basketball Team C15 C25 C35 Captain C355 Football Team C25 C35 C45g Vice-Pres. Sophomore Engineersg Pres. Junior Engi- neersg Vice-Pres. Combined Engineers C355 Pres. Combined Engineers C453 Pres. -C. E. Society C455 A. S. U. C. Commission C55- A football hero. I Harley Elba Tomlinson, CE., 4iTommy7' Denver T B II Never taken seriously. 77 ,,, THE, 1912 CGLORADOAN Harry Edwin Vernia, CE., uRube" .... ....................NeWA1bany,Ind, T B H C. E. Society C15 C25 Treasurer C35. "Got a hard lesfson tomorrow-guess I better' , roll in." - James 5Ves1ey WVightman, EE., "Wes7,.. Denver EAEQTBH E. E. Society C25 C35 C455 Football Squad C35 C45. Interested in nothing but engineering. Mr Enrfi Snr illilurh nf Chem Arthur M. Duff, M.E., 4'DuHy', ....... .......................Versai11es, Mo. J. Graham Lamb, Ch.E., c'Sheep7'. . .Greeley oAo5AX2 Vuloang Glee Club C15 C25. Victor Moulton, CE., uVic77 ...... Meeker A T Q Vulcang Acaoiag Vice-Pres. Sopho- omore Engineersg Sophomore German Committeeg Vice-President Junior Engi- neersg President Senior Engineersg Club - House Carnival Committee C455 Chairman Engineers Ball Committee C45. Guy S. N ewkirk, 'cGuy" ............ Denver Vice-President C. E. Society C355 Sophomore German Committee. Oscar Morris Rachofsky, i'Irish" .,.. Denver T B H 78 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Srhnnl nf Emu 'Quentin Dan Bonner. uQ,uintW .... Leadville CID A II? ' Sans Soucig Track Team C333 Presi- , dent Law School C43. - Aspires to be political boss of Leadville. Clifford Allen Wilson, Nflliifl' ......... ' ................... Hot Springs, S. D. GJACIJ - U. of C. Debating Society C23 C335 -Secretary-Treasurer Combined Laws. Conscientious and regular. William Roy Armor, uPush', ....... Denver - U. of C. Debating Society C435 Vice- President Richards Literary Society C335 Vice-President Senior Collegeg Literary Editor "Silver and Gold" C43g Vice- President Tennis Ass'n. C435 Vice-Presi- dent A. S. U. C. C53. Still with us. Lewis F. Beeler .......... .... P ueblo QI? A A University of Kansas C13 C23. Hails from the Jayhawk State. 79 THE 1912 COLORADOAN George Henry Bliokhan, C'B1inki' ...... Walsenburg' U. of C. Debating Society C15g Band C15 C253 President Republican Club C35. If his brain's as7quick as his feet, he'll make at H, good lawyer. r Herbert Forman Bormell, i'Herb',.LoVe1andi frmeg amen Order of the Golden Crabg A. S. U. C. Commission C353 President A. S. U. C. C45. "I believe in Wooden idols." Lyle A. Bowman, "Refill ......,..... Salidal Sans Soucig Football S quad C255 Sophomore Football Team C25g Football Team C35. ' "If I once get started, Fm pretty Wild." John Robert Clark, 4'C1arkie" ........ Cortez: V Acaciag Football Squad C25 C35. l Care and he are strangers still. . 80 THEIQIZCOLORADOAN George Arthur Crowder, uPreX" ....... h ........................Cripp1e Creek ' 2 A Eg an A fb - Order of the Golden Crabg Glee Club C15 C25 C35 C455 Class Football C15 C255 Class Baseball C15 C253 Pres. Republican Club C35 C455 Manager Dramatic Club C455 Vice-Pres. Junior Laws C453 Ass't. Cheer Leader C355 Cheer Leader C45. Due to be booked on the Orpheum circuit. Arthur James Cunningham, "Casey77 . ..........................Be1o1t,YVis. 2AE,oAo University of Wisconsin C153 Order of the Golden Crab. Doesn't give a rap for conventional dress. George Spehnan Downer, aSWlede,'. .Denver 2 A E g dh A CID Order of the Golden Crab 5 Glee Club C15 C25 C35- "It's a fallacy, I tell you." Bernhard Malcom Erickson, '-4Eric9'. . : .I ............................Trinidad '4Friarv5 CD A A One vast substantial smile. Sl THE 1912 COLORADOAN Charles Gordon Hedgcock, HHedge". .. ................EastLasVegas,N.M. Purdue University C153 U, of C. De- bating Society C25 C35. ' li violent debater. 5Vi11ia1n Riddell Kennedy .......... Denver U. of C. Debating Society C15 C25 C355 Civic Club C25 C353 Secretary-Treasurer Junior Lavvsg Deputy Clerk Moot Court C25 Clerk C35. "I hold every man a debtor to his profession." ' 5Vil1ian1 Lee Knous, 'cShorty" ....... Ouray CIDACIJ , Sans Soucig Class Football Team C153 Class Baseball Team C15 Captain C25. How long, O Lord, how long? Ailey lVillian1 Lewis ......... Carnegie, Pa. A late arrival. N 82 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Sidney MoCagg Morris, 'cSid,7 ........ .....................Oskaloos'a, Iowa cphog who Order of the Golden Crabg Assistant Cheer leader C3J. "Why do they call me the Gibson Girl?" Samuel Albert Sackett ............ Boulder Is achieving his ambition. Alexander Thomas Stewart, Jr., MTW . Pueblo Y Has an analytical mind. John Silcott Stidger, 4'Jaek". . .Fort Collins A T A Wh0's running the Law School? S3 THE 1912 COLORADOAN K Henry Albert Tyvand. .Mount Horeb, Wis. University of Wisconsin C13 C23. Men of fevy Words are the best men. lxrllllflllll Beadle lValdo ......... Canon City 2 A E 3 LID A CID Acaciag U. of C. Debating Society C33. Sanitary. fllnnlilrfi Qlnmr :Un George Jarbean 'Bailey ........ Fort Collins EQEQQAQ Joseph J. Cresto ................. Trinidad Basketball Team C23 C335 Football Squad C13 C23 C33. Gordon 3Vorthington King ......, Saguaclie Dramatic Club C13 C23 C335 Band C13 C23 Secretary-Treasurer C33. Frederick Robertson Macaulay ....,.,. . . . . . . . . .M0ntreal, Canada B.A., University of Colorado, 1909. M.A., University of Colorado, 1910. lValter Cleveland Sutton. . . ....... Boulder B.A., University of Colorado, 1908. Earl Tyndell Snyder .............. Greeley Qhogoho .l3.A., University of Colorado, 1908. ' John C. Vivian .................... Golden U. of C. Orchestra 'C13 C23 C335 Ex- change Editor "Silver and Gold" C23 3 Pres. Freshman Lawsg Law Editor "Colora- doanvg Manager Band C333 Pres. Repub- lican Club C33. S4 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Svrhnnl nf illilrhirinv Ross W7ard Johnson ..... . .Denver A K K University of Denver C13 C23 C335 President Junior Medios C335 President Senior Medios C43. If you Want Johnson's good will don't call him "Robinson" Henry Martin Pahlas ....... Elkalder, Iowa SZ Y 411 University of Iowa., B.A., 19065 Johns ' Hopkins University C135 University of Denver C23 C33 5 Secretary-Treasurer Soph- omore C1ass5 Vice-Pres. Senior Medics. Not on good terms with pop corn venders. Joseph Weinberger .............. l.Denver University of Denver, B.A., 19095 His- tbrian Senior Medics. I-ie'1l never get any taller. Raymond Williain Cain ..... Brookly, Iowa Q Y CD University of Denver C13 C23 C335 Sergeant at arms Senior Medics. "Oh Sleep, it is a. blessed thing, beloved from pole to pole." 85 THE 1912 COLORADOAN in H a--. Charles Arthur Boyd ...... Staiford, Kansas A,K K Washburn College, B.A., 19085 Uni- versity of Denver C13 Q25 131. Has a mistalglen notion of a pipe organ. . Cyrus Oscar Callison ........ Kellogg, Iowa Drake Unilversity, 1902-19043 Colorado State Normal School, Ph.B., 1907 5 Uni- versity of Denver C13 C23 135. ' Afhicted with newspaperitis. Samuel BaI'tl1'0l01ll8W Cohen ........ Denver University of 'Denver f1J 125 C313 Vice-President Freshman Medios. He is his most interested auditor. N AKK Keokuk Medical College, M.D., 1898 5 , University of Denver 433. 1 Too much autornobiling is bad on the nerves. S6 Clarence Percy Cook ....... VVatrous, N. M. THE 1912 COLORADOAN VVi11ian1 Wfallace Crawford ........... .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Edinburgh, 'Scotland University of Denver Q15 Q23 C315 President Senior Medios, 1910. Has a bad case of Alopecia. WVi11iam Sidney Dinsmore .......... Denver University of Denver C11 C25 C339 Vice-President Sophomore Medios. To be a minister or to be a doctor? A Amlny B. Edgar, cWVi1ly Bug'7.Decatur, Ill. A T ng qw P E Order of the Golden Crabg Vice-Presi- dent Medios Q13 C3J. ' As Well be out of the World as out of fashion. Harry C. Ewing ....... Great Bend, Kansas Q Y 'ID Central Normal College, B.S., 1902g President Junior Medios. A frequent guest at the Kappa house. 87 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Lillian B. Ham ............... Chicago, Ill. In the University for hard Work. ,Y lVillard Hills, 'cShorty'l. .Colorado Springs One medic who did not like to go to Denver. Cleve E. Kindall, 4'SWede".. .... Paonia Q Y fl? Exaggerated refiex. James McG1'ew Lanime. . . .... Starkville Q Y CIP President Combined Medical Student Body f4Jg Glee and Mandolin Club C133 Baseball Team C13 CZJ. Destined to be a U. of C. graduate. l l 1 68 l l x THE 1912 COLORADOAN John Leo Loomis ......... Demossville, Ky. Valparaiso University, 1903-19053 Chi- cago College of Medicine and Surgery C15 C253 Denver University C35. Has been bitten by the tsetse Hy. Sosuke Ochiai ............... Tokio, Japan Is learning for the benefit of his countrymen. Alfred Merle Palmer. .' ...... Oxford, Idaho Q Y CII' Utah Agricultural College 1904-19073 University of Denver C15 C25 C355 'Presi- dent Freshman Medios. Is sometimes provoking to be around a man that is always good natured. 'William Henry Peltier. . . .... Lafayette Q Y CID University of Denver C15 C25 C35. To rid himself of adiposity, he should Walk to and from the County Hospital occasionally. S9 THE l9l2 COLORADOAN John A. Pines ........... W7oodWard, Idaho Is responsible for a great contribution to the wor1d's knfnwledge of vaccination. I Cyrus Cleveland Rambo. . .Keosauqua, Iowa A K K - University of Iowa fljg University of Denver Q23 131. fession. Edward Rayburn Ridley .... Seattle, VVash. A K K University of, Michigan C1-J C235 Uni- versity of Denver C3D. I Near the matrimonial reefs. Henry Eugene Robinson ...... Hooper, Utah A K K University of Utah, 1901-19055 Univer- sity of Denver 1353 Vice-President Com- bined Medical Students f4J. Has an attack of intercostal tenderness. 90 His face is a good recommendation for his pro- THE 1912 COLORADOAN VValte-r A. Schoen ........ . .Victor Q Y fb Good at mingling pleasure and business. Eberle Kost Shelton ...... . . .Denver A K K Diagnosis :-Feminitis. Prognosis : -Excellent. Treatment:-Marriage is a good eye opener. Frank, Burton Smith ..... Elwood, Nebraska Q Y 11D V Colorado State Normal School, Ph.B., 1902. Finds there are strong attractions in Boulder. Charles C. Tifiin, "Til'f7' .........., Boulder Why? Because I'm married now. 91 , THE 1912 COLORADOAN 1910. --ff - . 1. f, Mary Ile lViggin .... ....... B oston, Mass. Secretary-Treasurer Senior Medios Has 2, peculiarity of speech whereby the "r's are not pronounced. Cloyd Wfallace Wforkinan ....... University of Denver Q15 Q25 Q Barbarous dissonance. ii 5N1iiinin Urrmz with the Hhntugraphrr J enni-e Anderson ........................... . .Aspen University of Denver Q15 Q25 Jonathan 'Edwards Henry .................... Oakhill, Al University of Denver Q15 Q25 Q35 Jessie Carman Kennedy ...................... Denver University of Denver Q15 Q25 Secretary-Treasurer Senior Medios. Austin Kracaw, Q Y fb ....................... University of Denver Q15 Q25 lVilber Lowe. .............................. . University of Denver Q15 Q25 A. R. McKeoWn, Q Y fb ....................... University of Denver Q15 Q25 Cyrus WV. Poley, A T Ag CIP P E ................ B. A .. University of Colorado, 1910. Emory James Rhoads ....................... Northern University Telluride 3. 35. Portland, Ore. Denver .Boulder , .LakevieW, O. Denver Frederick E. VVillett ......................... lVoodbine, Iowa. Colorado College, 1905. University of Iowa, Q15 Q25. University of Denver Q35. 92 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Gin this Gilman nf 1911 You go? . . . God speed you on your way . Vlfould as the years have rolled, VVith minds alert, our hearts unsoiled, WVe meet as men high-souled. New stars are shining on our road, Large work awaits us, youths! The earth is trembling with the steps Of an advancing truth. It hurls scorn's tire on wrong enthroned: It scales the walls of night- Stands like a god-a hugle at its lips- And calls mankind to light. The earth-born gusts neler hurl from the skies The towers of youthful fire, Its faith in good and friendship vows, The passion of high desire. 1 Then let us strive to dare and do, And nobly run life's race, If I could grasp your white, strong hand In joy, as now, at grave's base .... A song! Behold the sparkling cup! Drink deep, while the heart is young And thrills with hope, illusions, dreams, ' And throbs with freedom's song. You go? . . .God speed you on your way. . Wotild, as the years have rolled, With minds alert, our hearts unsoiled, We meet as men high-souled. 93 E. 211.75 P I .H - Y Hi'-sg Q igjqx Ffxxjj f 1' x 'K N X ,L Minn- If N ,gigfif ' . QQ gf"f'v,'fCff7ig' ' f 1 5 Z ,f PX 'A lu 1' L x i ' mr ' . X. , fy VS Xt ff LI KI, fl-Z Q ff ' 1 V, N G, ff, S ff Xb 3 n, f 'B . WN 4, x v f' Fi ? ' 321. "1:i:.,v'-v ' , , X v.w:'f,,V," , ug p xx ..M'ff 'L . gig! fy I w W I gs A 1 1' ,N ..,, w, --" . A' . ,-.'14. 1 f"'5" 1 ,- gy, , 51,1 ,',1x,1,'fE,'- I ,ff . 1 f .4 ,V , V J - :nf ff. Mn. ii 1,14-5 .u-W, ' X Qi' 1'1" -Q3-I'f::'?t?.f.g-5 ,W " 5 15.7" ' . ,, f Wglwwvllezx 1:w,EIfi2i1f'97W WW' f 'wrwww xx ' J , A A nmhmrh ilumnr QQ THE 1912 COLORADOAN if OFFICERS OF THE COMBINED JUNIORS. Carl Ai Ritter ........... .... P resident I. Leslie XX7IgIlt1HH1I ..... .... I Tice-President Eleanor Leonard .... U .... .... S ecretary Colin B. Goodykoontz ..,.. .... T reflsurer JUNIOR PRONI. CONIMITTEE. Glenn H. Huntington Chairman Herbert C. Loomis Harold P. Cragin Eugene A. Bond Ralph R. Andrus VV. LeRoy Pigg UU V THE 1912 COLORADOAN Qlnllege nf ifiihrral Arm . Colin Brummitt Goodylroontz, '4Goody',. l Boulder Torch and Shieldg Sumaliag U. of C. Debating Society C15 Vice-Presz C255 'Gifiin Prize Debate C155 Historical Club C25g Alternate Colo.-Texas Debate C255 Treas. Combined Juniorsg Pres. Junior Collegeg Exchange Editor "Silver and Gold" C355 Ass't. Editor "Coloradoan"g Ass't. in History C35. Panting time toiled after him in vain. Earl Edwin Wlright ......... . . .Denver 2 A E: o N E ' Archg Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore College C255 Vice-President Junior Col- legeg Gymnasium Instructor C25 C35. Not to be hurried. Beatrice Trovillion ................ Boulder Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C355 Secretary- Treasurer Junior College. "Whom not even critics criticize." Vera Ruth Allison ...... McPherson, Kansas A F "In life there are meetings which seem like fate." sn gg THE 1912 COLORADOAN Lora Argue ........... f ......... .Boulder Womans League Board f2J. We wonder why you like to play basketball so well. l 1 l .Tune Maud Ashley ................ Boulder University of Michigan Q13 CZJ. "Modesty seldom resides in a. breast which has not other virtues." Alice May Baker ................ ..Meeker Almost forbidding in her dignity. Linda Leona Batohelder .... . . .Sterling K K I' "There's something about her you ca,n't resist, The daintiest, jolliest little miss," ' 98 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Angie Blen Bearss, 'iAnn'7 ......... Boulder "At 1over's perjuries they say Jove laughs." James Wfasliington Bell, uJl1l1l'1llQ,l..iBOl1ldC-31' A T A Torch and Shieldg Sumaliag Captain Freshman College Basketball Teamg Pres. Combined Sophomoresg Manager Dramatic Club C315 Athletic Editor "Co1oradoan." You're handsome and Winning and all that is fine, But a trifle too slow for the girls of your time. Ethel Brown. . . ........ . . .Boulder i A X Q Prim and precise. Lillian Ethel Cannell. ............ Boulder "Thou hast been faithful in many things." 99 l'Hi5 1912 COLORADOAN Harriet Elizabeth Carey .......,... Denver' Denver University 113. "Silence, when nothing need be said, is the elo- quence of discretion." Myrna Chapman ............ Carthage, Ill, K K I' Illinois Woman's College ill. A handsome face is a silent recommendation.. Neva Charles, "Charlie,7 .............. . . . . . . i. . . . . . . . . .Corpus Christie, Texas "I love tranquil solitude-and such society as is: quiet, Wise and good. Grace Edith Clark ........ .... D enver A A A Girls' Basketball Team 615. A regular student but hardly a grind, Though for pleasures we think you find little time. 100 THE l9l2 COLORADOAN Hazel Blanche Clark ..... Kansas City, Mo. University of Wisconsin C11 f2Jg Dramatic Club C335 Richards Literary So- ciety 133. Has a most bewitching eye. Maud Clemnions ................ Del Norte "What sweet delight a quiet life affords." Ray Ernest Clifford, uCliff7' ........ Denver B QD Tl Denver University C155 Sophomore Barbecue Committee. "That man that hath a tongue, I say, is no man If with his tongue he cannot Win a woman." Gladys Luella Cochran .......... Del Norte "For she is wise, if I can judge of herg And fair she is, if that mine eyes be true," 101 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Harriet Cochrane, HPol1y,'. . . . . .Saguache X Q "I am sure care's an enemy to life." Maud Elizabeth Craig ............ Boulder Treasurer Combined Freshmen 3 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet i3J. 'tThey are never alone who are accompanied by noble thoughts." Rupert Carlyle Curtis ............ Littleton U. of C. Debating Society 121. Every day is fusser's day with me. Lulu Lee Cuthbertson ..... . . .Pueblo A A A Of comfort, let no man speakg Let's talk of graves, of Worms and epitaphs. 1 102 4 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Jessie A. Davis, "Jessi, ........ Fort Collins A X Q Real serious-We would like to know you better Helen Francis Drake, UDucky77. ..... Pueblo H B fb So with decorum all things carried 5 She frowned and blushed and then-was married Noi a D6llP1'66 ................... Elizabeth Recording Secretary of Y. W. C. A. C155 Basketball Team C15 C255 Manager Class Team C155 Captain Class Team C255 Vice-President Y. W. C. A. C25g Dramatic Club C35. Man delights not me, nor Woman either. Fdith Constance Farrington, 44Gretchen7' ..........'................,...B'Ollid6l XQ Winner of Football Song Prize C155 Freshman Basketball Team C15g President German Club C255 Won1an's League Board C253 "Colorado Monthly" Staif C259 Scrib- blers' Club C25 C355 Treasurer Woman's League C353 Editor of "Colorado Monthly" C353 Society Editor "Silver and Gold" C35 5 Art Editor "Coloradoan" C35. I criticize by creation, not by Hnding fault. l 03 1 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Leland Stanford Fiekes ........... Sterling A sober youth with a solemn mien. Ilo Clair Funk ............. Cripple Creek H Bumpers' Clubg Scribblers' Club C23 433. "It is an immense advantage to have done nothing, but one should not abuse it." Mabel Eleanor Gates ...... . . .Monte Vista A A A "Wearing all the Weight of learning lightly like a flower." Richard lVarren Gundrum, 'CGW .... Denver ' 11: A e Sophomore Barbecue Committee. Never allows his education to interfere with his pleasure. . 104 Y l THE 1912 COLORADOAN Paul R. Guthrie ................. A. Boulder EN Dramatic Club C3J. "Fie, my Lord, fie! A soldier and afeard?" VVi1kie C. Ham, 44VVi1key7' ...... Las Animas U. of C. Debating Society C15 Treas- urer C25 131. Is making good use of his opportunities. Hester Harsh ........ .. . . ,... Pueblo A A A Never on time-but that's a Woma.n's privilege. VVi1mette Hassinger ..............., Denver Is appreciated by those who know her. 105 THE 1912 COLOIRADOAN Roy OW-ensby Hills ............,.. Boulder University Band C15 f2J C355 Giflin Prize Debate C233 Debating Squad 133. A man who always wants to talk, Whate'er the hour or what the Weather. The selfsame theme he always has, 'il wish the Barbs and Greeks would work to- getherf' Fred Kimpton I-lincliman, UHincl1'7. .Denver Scribblers' Club C3D. A bold, bad man. Sallie Zilplia I-lollowell ...... ..... D enver I' CID 'Denver University C155 Basketball Team C255 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 121. "Of their own merits modest people are dumb." Gladys Hough ..................... Denver For a, fair, there's fairer none. 106 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Willis Luther Irish ............... Sterling University Band C13 C23 C333 Univer- sity Quintette C33. "Bashfu1ness is an ornament to youth." Kathryn J ameson, "Katrina", . . . . .Golden X Q Blithe and debonaire. . Charles Beattie J ohnson, 'ilohnsew .... ......................Shreveport, La. EN Sumaliag Football Squad C233 Car- toonist of the "Silver and Gold" C23 C335 Art Editor "Co1oradoan" C33g Scoop Club. A man who can draw anything but good grades. Florence May Johnson ....,... Central City A A A V "Thou who hast the fatal gift of beauty." 107 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Club C15 C25. and Gold" C35. ager of "Coloradoan." HIS If hard work vsyill make one famous, she will be ' noted some day. "Twin stars that twinkle in the sky-Karl Marx l and I." Basketball Team C15. -ldai Christena Kansgen .......... Montrose A Hall Educational Club C155 Journal Eugene M. Kayden, 44Cap" .......... Russia Knights of the Karretg Oratorical Prohibition Contest, C155 Pres. 'Social Sci-, ence -Club C15 C25 5 Richards Literary'So- ciety C15 C25 C355 Richards-U. of C. Debate C255 Historical Club C255 "Colorado Monthly" Staff C355 Reporter on "Silver Frank Alexander Kemp, Jr., 'cWhisk". . .Denver Torch and Shield5 Sumalia5 Order of the Golden Crab 5 Pres. Freshman College5 Vice-Pres. Combined Freshmen5 Captain Freshman Baseball Team5 Sophomore Baseball Team5 Sophomore Football Teamg Football Squad C25 C355 Varsity Baseball Team C255 "Silver and Gold" Re- porter C255 Dramatic Club C25 C355 Man- HO Heaven! were man butconstant, he were per- feCt." Claribel Kendall, "Clara" .......... Boulder Her imagination resembles the wings of an ostrich. It enables her to run but not to soar. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Mildred Hazel Kneale ............. Boulder "Patience is the chiefest fruit of study." Hannie' Louise Lacy ................ e .e .Rifle "Life is real and life is earnest? ' Fanny May Lannon, 44Fan,,. . . . . .Pueblo A K CIF "A still small voice." Robert Emmet Lee, i'Bob,'. . . . . .Denver A 2 P Richards Literary Society C239 Pres- ident C3Jg Kansas-Colorado Debate C235 Giflin Prize Debate i255 "Colorado Month- ly" Staff C315 Literary Editor "Colo- radoanvg Debating Team 133. 'Tm agin it. What is it?" 109 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Eleanor Catherine Leonard. . . . . .Denver II B QP Secretary Freshman Collegeg Soph- omore Barbecue Committee 3 Secretary Combined .Tuniorsg Literary Editor "Colo- radoanf' - "With the exceptilon of one case, I don't approve- of 'fzollege romances." Neva May Lillie ...,..... .... D enver- A I' UG-ood sense which only is the gift of heaven, And, though no science, fairly Worth the other seven." Naamah Lowe ............. .... D urango' KKI' Her manners have that repose Which stamps the caste of Vere de Vere. Elwood Best Lynch .............. Leadville- Without earnestness no man is ever great or doesl really great things. L 110 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Marga1'et Agnes Mahoney .......... Denver I like it just fine in my White fox skins. Clara Alta Martin ................ Boulder "Happy is the rnan that flndeth Wisdom And the man that getteth understanding." ,Esther Storey Martin ,.............. Victor "She walks the waters like one apart, And seems to dare the elements to strike." nw 'Georgia Ruth Merrill .............. Boulder "Simplicity is the real key to the heart." 111 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Ross VVi11ia1n Morrish ......... Fort Collins U. of C. Debating Society C15 C25 C353 Track Squad C25g Civic Club C355 Medic Reporter 'Silver and Gold." A medic fwith journalistic aspirations. Marguerite Louise Morrison .......... Junctlonn Rockford College C15 C25. Quick to learn and quick to tell. C Mary Morse .... ....... . . .Denver II B fb i'Nothing great was ever achieved without greatg enthusiasm." Jack Marsh Mosher, aTorchy'7 ..,.. Greeley' A A T Q Torch and Shieldg Richards Literary Society C15 C25 C353 Double Quartette C25 C35g Dramatic Club C25 C35. An excellent actor-has a magnificent voice- A splendid dancer, and a most charming boy, 112 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Kate Nelson. . . .... '. . . . .Boulder l Goldie Una Nighswander .... . . .Boulder Ella Rose Noxon ............ Idaho Springs Anna Louise Ohlback .............. Denver ' When she is good she is very good, K K I' . V Vice-President Y. W. C. A. C23 133g Associate Editor "Coloradoa.n." "Grace was in all her steps, In every gesture dignity and love." Adores Weddings. AXQ But when she is mad-beware. When you have something to do, Go ahead and do it. ll3 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Ma ry O'Rourke ................... Boulder "And in her heart there was no gui1e." ,J Lottie Belle Parrish ...... Johnstown K K 1' WoInan's League Board 633, A winning way, a pleasing smile. Elizabeth Patton ................... Yuma Has a mind of her own. Edna Pierce .... ......... .... D e nver . II B CID Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C3J. The social smile-the sympathetic tear. 114 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Mae Elizabeth Potter .... .... D enver K K I' My mind is my kingdom. Lula R. Pulliam ................. Loveland Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Cllg Colorado Wornan's College C233 Scribblers' Club C355 President Y. W. C. A. 131. "What is good looking, but looking good?" Edna Marguerite Reynolds ........ Denver I'l1 not budge an inch. Elizabeth Ann Rich ............... Chicago II B QI? University of Chicago C15 123. Well-they do it this Way in Chicago. 115 gg THE 1912 COLORADOAN Mary Helen Rvals ....... . . .Denver A I' A smart girl in more ways than one. Elizabeth Shoenwald ........ Cripple Creek "Charms strike the sight, but merit Wins the heart." Herman Joseph Shuinaoher ........... ....,................Hu1nphrey, Neb. University of Nebraska 1133 Debating Society 123 1333 Civic Club 123 133g "Sil- ver and Gold" Staff 133. I am no orator as Brutus was. liernarcl Johnson Seeman, t'Bernie". .Denver B Kg A E P Torch and Shieldg Sumaliag President Combined Freshmen 5 Giffin Prize Debate 1133 U. of C.-Richards Debate 1235 Re- porter "SilVer and Gold" 123g Colorado- Texas Debate 123g Sophomore German Committee 1233 "Colorado Monthly" Gov-. erning Board 1335 Editor-in-Chief "Colo- radoanng Colorado-Kansas Debate 133. "I am sure I was never meant for an editor."' ll6 THE l9l2 COLORADOAN Ruth Churchill Shumate. .. .... Aspen - K K F Attends chapel to study her math lesson. Cecile Hortense Slocum. . . . . .Boulder X Q "Not stepping o'er the bounds of modesty." Iva Pearl Smith, t'Pearline'7 ....... Boulder Woman's League Board C23 g Cor. Sec- retary Woman's League Board C335 Rec. Secretary Y. W. C. A. C29 C3J. "A face with gladness overspread, Soft smiles, by human kindness bred." Iva Maude Spaulding .,.. .... B oulder K A 9 University of Kansas C15 C2J. Her sunny locks adorn her temples like a golden ileece. 117 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Ruby Sundeen, c'Sunny'7. . . . .Mo1ine, I11. X Q University of Illinois Q19 423. "Oh girls, do let's cream something!" "Rich in saving common sense." K K I' Agnes Scott College CD. The summer girl throughout the year. "A merry heart doeth good like a medicine." 118 Elva Charles Swain ............ Quincy, Ill. Hattie May Thornton. . . . . Chicago, Ill. Emma Caroline Toby .............. Denver THE 1912 COLORADOAN Edna Turner, "Ed" ............... Boulder "Learning by study must be Won, .was never entailed from son to son." Vera Faye Turner ............... Loveland One of the few girls who likes mathematics. Rebecca VVhitehi11 Vaille, '4Becky,7. .Denver II B fl? "Order is hea.ven's Hrst lawf' Fred WVillia1n Varney, "Fritz,' ...... Denver 2 A E Athletic Editor "Silver and Goldl' C23 g Scribblers' Club C3J3 Bumper's Club C3J. A devilish grind, don't you know. ll!-P THE 1912 COLORADOAN Agnes lVa1do .......... South Omaha, Neb. University of Nebraska 115 123. A stranger among us and does not care for Q acquaintances. Margaret 'Waldo ....... South Omaha, Neb. University of Nebraska 115 125. "Beauty is always queen." Wfilla 'Wales .............. .... L oveland A X Q Richards Literary Society 133. "I am to myself dearer than a friend." Marian XVard .................. . . .Alma Newman Club 115 123 135. t'Wo1nanly in all her Ways." 120 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Esther Mae WVarner .....,.... Fort Morgan K K r ' A Colorado College C135 Radcliffe Col- lege C23. Varietyin learning is the spice of life. Besse lVebb ...................... Boulder Woman's League Board C33 3 Reporter "Silver and Gold" C33. She is a bright girl from all We can tell. Chr Hnznapprh Henry Sisson Cooper, c4Coop,' ..,... Denver E N5 KID P 2 Archg Football Squad C235 Football Team C335 Basketball Team C33. Ray C. Davidson ............ . . .Boulder Cornell C23. Oli-ve Permila Evinger ..... Hamburg, Iowa Joseph Anthony Martin, HJoe', .... Trinidad Football Squad C13 C23 C333 U. of C. Debating Society C333 Prohibition Contest C13. 121 ' lin- If fA:,.fZjft gxygyn h ,W x 'afym ff V ,I ll W ' 52, if ,,:,' ei ff! M 7 f 1',fr72 U '7', -ff Q w w 'lxfgflf ay f ' i X W 7 3 X fy! V X W 5 ' f J M '51 W ' -',. 1' W J " J Q .X mln Q4 Rx X AAV4'. gf " Ht ,f AA" AT "A" f' ff I f? - Y: THE l9l2 COLORADOAN Olnllvge nf 'Engineering Glen Herbert Huntington, OE., 'iGlen" .............................Denver B GD H A Vulcan 3 Archg Winner Tennis Singles C255 Pres. Junior Engineersg Engineers' Ball Committee C35g Junior Prom Commit- teeg Assistant Manager Tennis C35. A well groomed engineer. Wfalter Lewis Carver, EE., '4lValt" .... ...................Stea1nboat Springs Basketball Squad C15 C25 C35g Base- ball Squad C15 C25g Band C15 C25 C353 Vice-President Junior Engineers. A booster for the co-eds. Leonard Ellsworth Spicer, EE., 44Spikew ............................LaJunta Sans Soucig E. E. Society C25 C355 Secretary-Treasurer Junior Engineers 9 Football Squad C35. . A man of few words. Richard James Abel, EE., 4CDick',. . .Denver C E. E. Society C35. A fastidious youth. 123 THE 1912 COLORADOAN CC 73 l Edward Conrad Accola, M.E., Ac . .. Pueblo A T Q . Mechanical-Cheniical Society C25 C355 Basketball Team C35 Captain-Elect. The jesterlof the Engineering School. Arthur R. Alling, CE.. .San Antonio, Texas Baker University C13 C23 C315 C. E. l Society C3J. An easy going fellow. George Ralph Alsop, Jr., CLE., "Soup'7 . . . . . . . . .Vincennes, Ind. 2 N Purdue University CD. Off for practical experience. Marcus Austin Blakey, ME. ....... Boulder Acaciag Mechanical-Chemical Society C23 Vice-President C3J. UAS Mr. Blakey is not here the class will be dis- missed." 124 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Marx Bloch, CE. ............. Georgetown? ' "It's funny why I always get the same grades in geology." Alfred Poyneer Briggs, Ch.E., "Al,'.. ........................,....Boulder A T Ag A X E Vulcang Archg Baseball Team 127. ' No use for earthly things. Harold Paul Cragin, Ch.E., aPete'7.Bou1der Bong AXE Oberlin 113 C255 Vulcang Archg Soph- omore German Cornmitteeg Junior Prom Committee. An aristocratic engineer. Iran C. Crawford, CE., ulrann. . .Leadville TBH Sans Soucig C. E. Society C3Jg Assist- ant Manager 'ilournal of Engineering" f3J. "I wonder if it is too late to call up Helen?" 125 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Clarence O. Crisman, GE., t'Cris',. . .Denver A T Q Doesn't, wear the regulation garb. K! Calvin Lester Day, GE., "Day,'. . .Durango T B H C. E. Society C13 Secretary C233 As- sistant Editor "Journal of Engineering" C33- An authority, according to Day. George Stephen DesBrisay, CE., 4tDeb- 77 by .......................... Boulder fir' A C9 Vulcan. UI don't like to brag, but I flunked the last quiz." I Eugene H. Dodds, Ch.E. ......... La Junta Chemical Society C23 C315 Glee Club C23- Following closely in the footsteps of his brother. 126 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Henry Alfred Doerner, Ch.E., 'LI-Ienryl' ..............................Denver 2 CID E Q T B Hg A X 2 Mechanical-Chemical Society C23 C3J. Has led his class from the beginning. VV. Clintos Duvall, EE. ............ Fruita. E. E. Society C23 f3J. There is virtue in the midnight oil. Albert Budd Eaton, C.E. .Clay Center, Kan. GD III University of Kansas ,115 121. Not publicly proclaiming his merits. Ned Stanley Flynn, C.E.. . . . . . . . .Aspen B C H Vulcang Civil Engineering Society Q23 f3J. Judges of his profs by the length of the assign- ments they give. 127 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Andrew Chauncey Fraser, EE., '4Chaunce" ................... Boulder E. E. Society Q3J. A chauffeur for the Alpha Chi Omegas. X, Robert T. Gayton, C.E. ............ Denver University of Wisconsin C13 C233 C. E. Society CSD. Such a pompadour is seldom seen in these parts. Carl H. Giroux, EE. .......... . . .Boulder E. E. Society CSD. ' Fraseris pal. Arthur Irving Greenwood, EE. ....... . ......................Hotchkiss,Kan. T B II E. E. Society C23 132. N Knows what he is here for. i 128 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Robert Harsh Hull, EE., uBob7' .... Denver H T B H E. E. Society H23 C335 Vice-President ' Sophomore Engineers. A good student but no grind. VVa1ter Henry Kettering, EE., 'WValt', .............................Bou1der E. E. Society C23 C33. Always sees the bright side. Abraham Max Lawrence, GE., t'Abe,'. . ..................,.........Trinidad C. E. Society C13 Treasurer H235 Football Squad 133g Scribblers' Club C33. Kindly consented to come to the University be- ' cause of Dean Ketchum. Lynn Ruliff Leonard, EE. ........ Boulder ' E. E. Society K13 C23 can Staff of "Engineering Journal" C33. No, I have not flunked a quiz-but she has gone' to Fort ..Co11ins. V 1253 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Elwood George Liniprecht, ME.. . .Durango Mechanical-Engineering Society CD Secretary 123. Finds a strong attraction in the Dea.n's oflice. George Vye Lonnecker, EE. .... Canon City fr B rr ' Football Squad 133. The walk is built for me alone. Herbert Clare Luminis, CE., 'CI-Ierbv.. .....................Montolaire,N.J- EN Vulcang Archg Junior Prom Commit- teeg Assistant Editor "Engineering Jour- nal" C3J. His affections are badly scattered. VValter Raymond Markley, EE.. . .Montrose E. E. Society f1J C23 f3Jg Baseball Squad C15 CZJ. Well up on the latest sporting news. 130 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Marion Elbert Mason, EE. ........ Boulder l E. E. Society C23 135. A conscientious student. James Lynn Merrill, GE. .......... Boulder A practical joker. VVillia.1n Joseph Nelson, EE., 4WVilly77 P ..........................GeorgetoWn Sans Soucig E. E. Societyg Newman Society C13 Treasurer Q33 President C395 Freshman Baseball Teamg Sophomore Baseball Teamg Baseball Squad 125. 'Does not prevarieate, but has a vivid imagination. George Burton Phillips, . . .... Fruita E. E. Society. Out for Work. l3l THE 1912 COLORADOAN lVilfred Leroy Pigg, . .... Denver CID A GJ Vulcang Archg Sophomore German Comrnitteeg Junior Prom Committeeg Football Squad f3D. Among the "Four Hundred" of the Engineering: f School. Edwin Daniel Pile, C.E.. . . . .Sc-Eden, Kan, E N Class Baseball Team C155 Football Squad 135. Always wears that bored expression. Xvrllllillll Edwin Randall, E.E., "Bill'7. . .....................,........Pueblos Not looking for notoriety. Harold Newnham Raymond, E.E. .... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .St. John, New Brunswick: , 2 A E 3 Wears three league boots. l l l 132 THE .1912 COLORADOAN John Dillon Rich, C. E., t'JohnnieW.. Boulder ATA ' Vulcang Football Squad C135 Football Team C23 C3J. Has kicked his Way into fame. Carl Antony Ritter, E. E., ttRit,' ...... ..............,...............Denver ATA Vulcang Arch 5 Knights of the Karretg E. E. Societyg Art Editor 4'Silver and Gold" C113 Richards Literary Society C235 President Combined Juniorsg Engineering Editor "Coloradoan" C3J. Taking an elective course. Harry Kent Rupp, C. E. ........ Monument Football Squad C13 C25 C31 A It is better to have tried and failed than never to have tried at all. Gus Leo Schwer, M. E., 4tGus7' .... Pueblo Mechanical-Chemical Society C23 C355 Glee Club C2Jg Band C213 Orchestra C13 C2Jg Club House Committee C3J. A good engineer but a better musician. .JP 133 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Turner T. Sproule, M. E.. .. .... Eagle E CIP E Glee Club 115 1253 Football Squad 135. Makes Inoue noise than his size warrants. i John Leland Tregallis, C. E. ......... . .....................Grafton, WV. Va. BGJH University of West Virginia 115g West Virginia Wesleyan College 125. A perfect gentleman. Robert H. Twiss, E. E. ........ Athol, S. D. South Dakota State College 115g E. E. Society 135. The right man in the right place. Cecil Van Grundy, C. E., 'cVan" ......., ......................Cheyienne,'Wyo. Football Squad 115 125 11355 Track Team 115 125. A man of deeds rather than Words. 134 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Irving Leslie Wfightman, E. E., ttLesl'. . Denver E A E Vulcang Archg Football Squad C13 C23 C33 5 Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Engi- neersg Vice-President Combined Juniors. A victim of the committee on reformed football rules. Nui in the limelight nf ignhliritg Robert L. J. Cavers, E. E. .... . . .Denver E. E. Society 133. 'Warden Nathan Hartman, M. E., "Pug" . .....,.................... Longmont 2 db E Football Squad Q13 123. lValter H. Johnson, E. E.. .. .... Golden Ross McPherson Lambdin, C. E. ..... . .........................lu721C0,lIlCXilS C. E. Society 133. VVilliam Lynn McGinnis, C. E. ..... Denver C. E. Society C33. Charles Augustus Mueller, E. E.. . . E. E. Society 133. Harry Allen Sherry, C. E., "Sl1rinip7l. . Denver Brown University Q13 123. 135 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Taking a Cut The Law Band 136 THE 7912 COLORADOAN Svrhnnl nf Eain John Bernard O'Rourke, "JackU. . .Durango l uFriar"5 flh A A Assistant Manager Football C23 g Man- ager University Quartettes C335 President Junior Laws. A good- head for managing things. VVillis Rexford Hinman, t'Porkyv ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mount Vernon, lVash. ' CD A A University of Idaho ill. A skirmish of wit. Ralph Roscoe Andrus, 4'Andy,' ..... Denver 2 A Eg qv A fb Archg' Football Team C255 Basketball Team ill, Captain 1255 Bailiff Moot Court 125. In love as in religion, faith Worketh miracles. Charles Nelson Bliss. .4 ............ Boulder Oh! What joy and bliss. 137 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Frank Bottom, 'fSpit" .... Aberdeen, S. D. QAQ5QAA Northern Normal Industrial School 113 1235 Yankton College 1335 Scoop Clubg "Silver and Gold" Staff 143. As happy as an end man in a rninstrel show. I 3Va1ler Chenanlt Brinker, 443Va11ie', Denver BGJII Archg University Quartette 113 1235 Law Editor "Co1oradoa.n" 123. Diligent in being present. Ralph Lawrence Carr, 4'Tro1ley" ...... ........................Cr1ppleCreek Aragono B.A.10, University of Coloradog Heart and Dagger5 Scrollg Knights of the Kar- retg Scoop Club 5 President Freshman, Col- legeg College Editor, "Silver and Gold" ' 113 Athletic Editor 123 Assistant Editor 1335 Richards Lit. 113 123 143 President 1335 Scribblers' Club 1233 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 1235 Junior Prom Cornmitteeg President Freshman Laws 1435 Governing Board "Colorado Monthly" 1433 Assistant in Philosophy 1435 President U. of C. Press club 1435 Cheer Leader A. S. U. C. 153. Certainly, I started that reform. Charles Cook, HI-Iappyv ..... McLean, Tex. The f'Christy Matheson" of the Junior Laws, 138 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Paul lVillia.1n Crawford, aPus" ..... Pueblo ' University of Michigan 115. If I were not so energetic. Fred VV. Davis, 44Surly'7 .... Bay City, Mich. B K X Expresses himself in few Words. Frank Leo Delaney, '4Jirn'7 ........ Meeker The smartest man in the law school. Erl Hubert Ellis, uSquirll7.. ...Denver B C9 H Assistant in Drawing 435g Secretary- Treasurer Junior Engineers. "Both were young-and one was beautiful." 139 THE 1912 COLORADOAN ATS! 1 Acaciag Assistant Secretary of University 625. 125. Fights at 133 ringside. John Perry Killgore .......... Fort I Photographer "Coloradoan" CZJ. George Francis Kimbrough, '4Fike". 111 A GJ 5 CID A rib Arch. X A versatile fuss-er. . 140 The man Whom the fussers clodge. Ralph Gillespie Graybill, ifDuke,'. . .Denver the . "Well, Ifguess that bluff was poor." Ezra! Selleck Heit, "I-leclll ..... Clyde, N. Y. Class Football Q15 3 Sheriff Moot Court Collins Denver THE 1912 COLORADOAN 1-Grant Claudius Le V eque. . .. .... . .Boulder Hasn't missed a class this year. Robert Holland O'Brien, t'Bolo,l ..... Denver A T Q1 CP A A Archg Dramatic Club i395 Assistant - Manager Baseball 135. V "O'Brien, you are a great boy, you are." .John Festus Parrish, uJadclo". .. .... Lanmi' . B Kg fb A A V Acacia. Following closely in the footsteps of "Joe Cannon." 'Guy Rundles ........ , .... Fort VVayne, Ind. University of Illinois C15 f2J C335 U. of C. Debating Society 145. TNot going to get enough religion to hinder him in law. . 141 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Ray George Tanton, 'Tantll ........ Salida Sans Soucig Secretary Freshmen Laws. . Aft!er a Deane-Cship5. Raymond Joseph Venables, 'lludgev .... Boulder CID A A Torch and Shieldg Sec.-Treas. Richards Lit. C25 President C353 Vice-President Scribblers' Club C255 "Silver and Gold" .Staff C25g President Sophomore Collegeg Sophomore German Committeeg Gifiin Prize Debate C25 C455 President Combined Juniorsg Literary Editor "Silver and Gold" C35 5 Winner "Silver and Gold" Prize Story Contest C355 Senior Class Play C45. There is but one Venables. Oliver Chester Wlilson, NOllie7' ,... Boulder 2 Ng CID A dh 'Torch and Shieldg Athletic ,Editor Coloradoanu C355 Associate Editor "Silver - and Gold" C355 A. S. U. C. Commission - C55- A hale fellow well met. Alan in Svrhnnl Carl Tobins Lichty, aLicl1,7. .Bethlehem, Pa. uFriar7'5 CID A A Vice-President Freshman Lawsg A. S. U. C. Commission C65. l1GT71l2ll"Cl Mitchell, wllruel' .......... Boulder B.A., Drake University, 1908. 142 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Svrhnnl nf Mehirine 'Paul YViles Carinichael ........... Trinidad dv A eg cb P 2 Rather slow, but gets there just the same. Fitch Phelps Hanson, "Di: Swanson". Rapids, Mich. Should have studied for the ministry. Williaiii Benjamin Lewis, "Bill", . . . . . Louisville K A staunch supporter of the strikers. Kenji Minato .............. Akashi, Japan Te be a doctor and return to Japan is his ambition. l43 THE 1912 COLORADOAN - Luther Ebert Mitchell, 4LMitch" ........ Cheyenne, lVyo- - QY'I2 University Quartette C15 C2Jg Foot- ball Squad gil 423. Leader of the "Scrap-Iron Quartettef' James A. Phillpot, "Ji1n1ny'l. . .t .... . . . .......................Cr1pple Creekt A T Ag qv P 2 This butterfly life is too much for "Little Jimn1y."' Erle Fiske Smith .......... .... . Pueblo- Q Y Q Always asleep. ' Loe Albright Sutter .............. Boulder If it's in the book, he knows it. 144 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Thomas Franklin Wfalker ......... Kokomo A conscientious worker. John E. lVaterhouse ..... . . .Boulder Acacia. "Well, down at Tulane." Frederick Henry Wfeber ............. Cari' Never tires of asking questions. Schuichi Yamaguchi ................ Japan Never tarries long in one place. 145 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Eau Iliar Aumg Deville A. Andrus University of Denver C15 C25 lVinthrop E. Blanchard. A K K University of Denver C15 .C25 Ralph L. Bosworth, Q Y 111 University of Denver C Hurry S. Bussey, S2 Y 111 15 C25 University of Denver C15 C25 Earle K. Carinicliael, MC21rX,7, LDA 69 Trinidad. Football Squad C15 C25 Team C35 Harry H. Chennplin University of Denver C15 Martin D. Currigan, A K K University of Denver C15 CD C15 Chztpinan WV. Davis, Q Y University of Denver lVallaCe C. Dyer, A K K University of Denver C15 K C 15 Augustus F. Erich, A K University of Denver Samuel G. Evzilson University of Denver C15 Francis J. Evans, A K K University of Denver C15 5Villia1n C. Finnoff, QY 111 University of Denver C15 VVillia1n P. Hodnett, QY CD ' University of Denver C15 Thomas C. Horton, Q Y dv University of Denver C15 Lamort A. Hubbard, Q Y LI:- University of Denver C15 146 C25 C25 C25 C25 C25 C25 C25 C25 C25 C25 C25 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Robert YV. King University of Denver C13 Lnnning F. Likes, QYCD University of Denver C13 Charles D. McKenzie University of Denver C13 Fzininel XV. Miller University of Denver C13 John J. Moffett University of Denver C13 Lney Passover Theoclore H. Reiss. Q Y dw University of Denver C13 Roy F. Shelton. QY CLD University of Denver C13 Ric-liard G. Smith University of Denver C13 Arthur YV. Stahl University of Denver C13 Lester K. Strate University of Denver C13 Peter A. Tobin QYQJ University of Denver C13 Clarence YValton Lewis A. Wlillianis University of Denver C13 lVillia1n Ziinnierinnn University of Denver C13 147 C23 C23 C23 C23 C23 C23 C23 C23 C23 C23 C23 C23 C23 Z. NN ,SX XX A Q'S T NN Il IUHHH ll llll QR I XS X X X V' 7 fi m. M6527 X f fn rw W Ll W W -arp '14 THE 1912 COLORADOAN OFFICERS OF THE COMBINED SOPHOMORES Vlfintlirop W. Leach ................. President Helen Louise Hart .... ..... V ice-President Alice Groomer ...... .,... S eeretary-Treasurer BARBECUE COMMITTEE Joseph Murphy .................. General Manager VVarner Bailey, Cliairinan .... ..... A dvertisement Committee VV. T. Burkhard, Chairman.. ..... Entertainment Committee GERMAN COMMITTEES Program Committee-M. L. Stiffler, Chairinan Louise I-Iart Margaret Bottum Decoration Committee-A. F. Middaugh, Chairman J. Beebe Florence Kendall Dorothy Chittenden Estelle Kyle Louis Hart ' Glenn Lewis 150 THE 1912 COLORADOAN t Ein Uhr Srnphnmnren XVhat at boon it has proven that we struck this school And cast our lot in this placeg For here Wetve made conquests and upset the rule That the other three classes kept the U in the 1-ace. W7e'1'e treated with deference and asked for advice And had newspaper connnents once or twiceg But to boast would seem vulgar and We'd rztther be hung, S0 we sit cahnly back unwept and unsung. 151. ,, i THE 1912 COLORADOAN f ' f Y'-'ef-vt g w If O O a " B T 1 7 'I 'W y 'Q ' o X f, X X J OFFICERS. Glen F. Lewis .. ........ ........ P resident Louise Hart .......... Dorothy Chittenden .... Arnett, Clyde D., Boulder. Ashley, Glaister H., Boulder. Ashley, Thomas C., Saguache. Atkinson, Ernest F ., Greeley. Aurand, Mary M., Denver. Bailey, IVarner D., Denver. Baker, Florence L., Meeker. Baker, Hilton V., Boulder. Ball, Una L., Idaho Springs. Bedortha, Luther E. Oberlin, Ohio. 7 Beresford, Elizabeth F., Boulder. Boeke, Leonore, Ouray. Boeke, Richard M., Ouray. Bottum, Margaret, Aberdeen, S. D. Brewster, Irma, Salida. Brown, Nellie C., Eaton. Brownlee, Teressa B., Ouray. Bunce, Hazel, Fruita. Burk, Irmal IV., Boulder. Burkhard, lValter T., Trinidad. Burnham, Horace L., Boulder. Butters, Gladys A., Denver. Campbell, Flora C., Denver. Carlson, Minnie O., Longmont. Carmen, Orval E., Las Animas. Carney, Helen M., Boulder. Chipman, Ina, Sterling. Chittenden, Dorothy, Denver. ' Clark, Hazel B., Kansas City, Mo. Coffman, Olive E., Malvern, Iowa. 153 . . . .Vice-President . . . . . .Secretary-Treasurer Cowell, Hazel, Grand Junction. Coyle, Dena, Pueblo. Curtis, Gladys C., Castle Rock. Dague, Roswell, Boulder. Dargavel, Gertrude L., Salida. Dean, Bessie J., Grand Junction. Dean, Marguerite, Boulder. Dean, IVilla, Grand Junction. ' Death-erage, Charlaine, Kimberly. Donifelser, Edna, Boulder. Doughty, Charles L., Lamar. Drinkwater, Harold P., Denver. Eaton, Beth Edna, Boulder. Eddy, Elsie O., Denver. Fair, Evan A., Chrismas, Ill. Farrington, Florence, Boulder. Fernald, Hester, Boulder. Fleming, Minnie E., Read, Colo. Franklin, Electa, Victor. Fraser, hiarguerite M., Boulder. Frey, Howard L., Beuna Vista. Ganson, Rose E., Idaho Springs. Gill, Katharine, Littleton. Greenman, Olga, Pueblo. Gregory, Tessie E., Pueblo. Groom, Robert J., Boulder. Guthrie, Paul R., Boulder. Gwinn, Edith, Urbana, Ill. Hadsell, Zeda M., IVildorado, Texas Haines, Lila, Pueblo. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Hankins, Margaret- M., Boulder. Hart, Helen L., Boulder. Heaton, Ross L., Boulder. Hills, Roy O., Boulder. Hinkley, Leilia., Sterling. Holman, Lillian, Colo. Springs. Hubbard, Mae E., Boulder. Huffaker, Vivien, Denver. Hunt, Nell, Chillicothe, Mo. Hutchinson, Anna, lValsenburg Irving, Elizabeth J., Cripple Creek. Irwin, lVilliam A., Denver. Johnson, Anna. E., Berthoud. Johnson, Rudolph, Niwot. Jones, Orson P., Aurora. Kaiser, Harold R., Breckenridge. Kearns, John lV.,'Boulder. Kendall, Florence, Boulder. Kiker, Grace, Boulder. Kingsland, Edwin R., Denver. Kinnison, Inez, Ft. Collins. Kitchen, Ford, Spencer, Ohio. Kyle, Estelle M., Denver. A Leach, lVinthrop, Denver. Lee, Helen M., Pueblo. Leslie, Katherine B., Pueblo. LeVeque, Norma E., Boulder. Lewis, Glenn F., Denver. Lewis, James D., Sunshine. Ligh-tbourne, lVillis B., Central City. Long, Dora. J., Preston, Minn. Lowe, Irwin M., Glenwood Springs Marvin, Cornelius J., Denver. McCansland, Calla A., Denver. McDonnell, Joe H., Little Rock, Ark. MclVilliams, Roy M., Puebl-o. Miller, Earle B., Boulder. Miller, Eva G., Boulder. Mock, Cecil, Boulder. Mock, Clinton, Boulder. Morgan. May G., Canon City. Morris, Earl H., Fannington, N. Mex. Naugle, Benjamin E., Sterling. 154 Odlum, Floyd B., Boulder. Olson, Esther M., Pueblo. Owen, Jeanette, Pueblo. Parlapiano, Sam, Pueblo. Patten, Alva P., J ulesburg. Persons, Lucile, Mansfield, S. D. Pettibone, Jennie A., Boulder. Pierce,f"'George A., Denver. Place, Edwin B., Boulder. Posse, Harriet A., Del Norte. Prosser, Maud, Cheyenne, lVyo. Pulliam, Lulu M., Loveland. Purdy, Sheldon P., Denver. Rachofsky, David E., Boulder. Rathvon, Nathaniel P., Boulder. Richie, James K., Georgetown, I Robbins, Harry IV., Greeley. R-ohwer, George N., Boulder. Rowen, Ralph M., Longmont. Savage, Joseph, Denver. Sayre, Leland S., Boulder. Schmall, Hazel M., lVard. Scott, Francis H., Del Norte. Scott, Helen D., Manitou. Shaw, George H., Houlton, Main Shute, Ruby R., Boulder. Slocum, Cecil H., Boulder. Smith, Blargaret R., Montclair. Smith, Mary I., Longmont. Smith, Merle. Boulder. Smith, Robert J., Greeley. V Smith, Thelma, Fowler. Stanley, Foe, Lafayette. Streamer, Lula M., Boulder. Sutley, Melvin, Center. Swanson, Victoria, Georgetown. Suragn, Joseph C., Denver. Tarbell, Robert R., Saguache. lValker, Eleanor, Denver. IVallace, IVillard IV., Fairplay. Wleaver, Carl F., Boulder. Wheeler, Kathleen, Greeley. IVilliams, Francis E., Elbert. IVilliams, May E., Leadville. lVright, Zella M., Boulder. Young, Margaret, Colo. Springs. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Midi Zlkll Beebe, John D., Denver. Brewster, Edith N., Boulde1'. Brush, Jessie, Boulder. Calihan, Mrs. Amy E., Boulder. Cleaves, Sara, Denver. Condit, Harrison S., Boulder. Coolidge, Mrs. Eva C., Boulder. Curry, Sherman A., Oboro, Ky. Gordan, Ainy, lVashington, D. C. Gregory, Maud S., Denver. Hansen, Grace, Boulder. J obe, Estelle L., Boulder. . Jones, Paul J., Elgin, Ill. Kitchen, Treva E., Spenser, Ohio. LaCroix, Henry L., Denver. Lindstroin, Clara, Sterling, Ohio. Lockhart, Ferd J., Kansas City, Mo. Mason, Claribel, La Junta. MacLean, Isabel A., Denver. . Potter, Roy L., Rocky Ford. Odlum, Marguerite E., Boulder. Powless, Mrs. Anna H., Alma. Richardson, Dio, Boulder. Ripley, Barbara C., Boulder. Robbins, Jack L., Denver. Staub, VVa1ter J., Thompson, N. D. Teplitsky, Catherine, Denver. Unseld, George P., Shephards Town, WV. Va. lVessell, Lilian D., Boulder. Vifelliver, George, Oxford, Ohio. 155 THE 1912 COLORADOAN ,- - vifvvk, uueumuouume OO 6 emu f v i 4 x S X A Q . aff f xsx evvv- OFFI CERS. Dean NVolff ..,...................,.. President Neil E. Davenport ....... Freeman Middaugh ....... Anderson, Fred G., QC. EJ Denver. Armor, Claude A., QE. EJ Denver. Barker, Lawrence, QC. EJ Boulder. Bla.ir, Tom A., QC. Montrose. Blongren, Wfalter, QC. EJ Boise, Idaho. Bonner, Clyde R., QC. EJ Boulder. Brace, Porter H., QE. EJ Denver. Bradfield, Lewis G., QM. Greeley. Cargo, Robert, QM. EJ Denver. Christian, 'VVilliam, QM. EJ Denver. Cressingham, Richard, QE. EJ Denver Davenport, Neil, QC. EJ Salida. Elliot, Preston, QE. EJ Boulder. Ellsburg, Harry, QC. EJ Denver. Eveland, George, EJ Boulder. Forsythe, Carl, QC. EJ Boulder. Gartland, Frank, EJ Denver. Gleim, Ernest, EJ Denver. Griffin, Marvin, EJ Brighton. Hall, John, EJ, Boulder. Hart, Lewis, QM. EJ Boulder. Hartman, VVarren, QM. EJ Longmont. Jeffrey, 'William, QC. EJ Boulder. Jones, Benjamin, QC. EJ Center. Jones, Leonard, QC. EJ Boulder. Kettle, James, QC. EJ Canon City. Koenig, Samuel, QE. EJ Golden. Kopfer, VVilliam, QE. EJ Denver. Leisten, Henry, QM. EJ Aspen. Lines, George, QC. EJ Salida. List, Alvin, 'QE. EJ Denver. Mallory, George, Q Ch. EJ Boulder. Mallory, Wa.lter F., QM. EJ Boulder. McEwen, Ralph, QC. EJ Premptioirlll. . . . . . .Vice-President . . . . . .Secretary-Treasurer Middaugh, Freeman, QM. Denver. Moreland, Alfred, QE. EJ Denver Morrison, Levy, QC. EJ Boulder. Moses, Raymond, QE. EJ Denver. O'C0nnell, lVilliam, QC. Georgetown. Penley, Ben, QM. EJ Delta. Perry, Harry, QM. EJ Boulder. Purmort, George, QC. EJ Salida. Rehm, Herbert, QC. EJ Indianapo- lis, lnd. Rolson, Glenn, QE. EJ Crestone. Royce, Clarence, Q C. EJ Denver. Russell, Austin, QC. EJ Boulder. Rymer. Dona, QC. EJ Boulder. Sawyer. Arthur, QC. EJ Greeley. Short, Clarence, Q C. EJ Lime. Smith, VVayne, QE. EJ Colorado Springs. Steele. Leslie, QCh. EJ Tyndall. S. D Stewart, Eugene, QE. EJ Golden. Swift, Frank, QE. EJ Arvada. Toby, Harry, QC. EJ Boulder. Traxler, Harry. QC. EJ Lamar. Unger, Max. QCh. EJ Florence. Uyeda. Seizoee. Fukuoka, EJ Japan. Vlilts, Floyd, QE. EJ Rifle. lVatrous, lVallace. QE. EJ Monte Vista. Vlheatley. JValter. Q C. EJ Denver. lVheeler. Frank. QC. EJ Sterling, Ill. Vtfinter. Boyd, QE. EJ Santa Fe. N. lMeX. YVOHT. Dean. QC. EJ Boulder. THE 1912 COLORADOAN . ' i ' " .1 '. 9, -l '- .1- :fps diitiv. 'QE' - OFFICERS. Ray R. Taylor ..... . . . Martin Ii. Stifrler .... Florence Fezer ....... lVilliam G. Symond ..... Archibald, Edward G., Boulder. Ashbaugh, Roy A., Denver. Blackman, Carl R., Colo. Springs. Block, Leon, Pueblo. . Burlzet, Robert S., Denver. Cary, Guy C., Boulder. Cecchine, Augustine S., Denver. Clark, Maurice A., Boulder. Coflin, Merrill M., Boulder. Darrow, Cecil H., Elwood, Ind. Devries, Albert, Denver. Eakins, Clemens F ., Blakesburg, Iowa. Eglee, Percy E., Flushing, N. Y. Fezer, Florence, Greeley. F itzsimmons, Charles E., Denver. Groomer, Alice A., Denver. Gwinn, Lawrence M., Victor, Iowa. Haskell, Edward E., Alexandria, Minn. Heaton, Archibald, Boulder. Hill, Ernest- C., Richmond, Ohio. Hills, Carl C., Boulder. Hills, IVhitford C., Boulder. Hotchkiss, IValter K., Denver. Kemble, Earl IV., Golden. Kendall, Lloyd E., Paonia. Kindig, Zae Z., Denver. Kapcionsky, Annie, Denver. . . . . . .President . . . . .Vice-President . . . . .Secretary . . . . . .Treasurer La Croix, Ray K., Denver. Langdon, George IV., Buena. Vista. Leyda, James H., Denver. Maclian, IVilliam A., Leadville. Margat, Arthur, Denver. McLaughlin, Carl A., Denver. Morse, Roy A., Hanson, Idaho. Mugrage, Edward R., Denver. Newton, Edward K., Crown Point Ind. Nordby, Fred J .. Boulder. Norris, Joseph P., Manitou. Passover, Lucy, Denver. Peebler, Ray E., Boulder. Rapp, Jolm H., La Junta. Shea, Robart M., Denver. Shisler, John IV., Miami, Florida. Singer, Orville U., Clearville, Iowa Stenhouse, Merritt H., Denver. Stiffler, Martin L., Pueblo. Swaggart, Luman B., Boulder. Swartz, Fred G., Boulder. Symon, IVilliam G., Denver. Talbot. Robert E., Denver. Taylor, Ray R., Pueblo. Turner. May, Barnansville, IV. Va Tye, Vibart B., Arvada. Vivian, Charles S., Denver. Vlfeston, Parker H.,Manchester. N. I-I IVhitmore, Da.vid P., Denver. HA! E E FHESHNE TI-1151912 COLORADOAN OFFICERS OF THE COMBINED FRESHMEN Jay Rowland .................. ....... IVendel1 Vincent. . Barbara Shattuck. Eugene P. Fowler Carlisle J. Thorson .... . . . President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Cheer Leader Athletic Manager FRESHMAN PARTY COMMITTEE . Florence McGrath Elsie Rohwer Leslie XNTGSIGIIIIHH Reginald R. Bacon THE 1912 COLORADOAN Gln Uhr Ellrvahman Fixsh from the iuouiituius and plains we come, Bubbliug over with childlike gleeg WV ith loudest of voice we tell what weive done, As I point at you and as you point at me. WVe left our holue high school deserted and weak, But it's with reverence now that of them we oft? speakg For we'Ye realized sadly and often this year That a big frog there is better than El small one here. 163 I F THE 1912 COLORADOAN - !NfNrY' --3 3 . Q Q, wwhumwm . .ESMME a jzffmfafzf Adams, Ethel L., Grand Junction. Albers, Henry F., Denver. Albertson, Dora E., Boulder. Alexander, Robert IV., Gleason, Tenn. Allen, Frank D., Ft. Morgan. Allen, May, Pueblo. Ames, Fannie O., Boulder. Anderson, Harry F., Denver. Anderson, Mary K., Denver. Andrew, Marion, Henderson. Antrim, Jessie V., Randolph, Iowa. Arasmith, Merle, Golden. Archibald, Henrietta, Denver. Bacon, Bently B., VVichita Falls, Texas. Bacon, Reginald R., Oura.y. Bailey, Frederick IV., Sac City, Iowa. Ball, Mary E., Louisville. Barclay, Emilie, Longmont. Barker, Kathleen M., Boulder. Bartlett, Mary, Boulder. Beethan, Fredric H., Blackfoot, Idaho. Belding, Ralph, Eagle. Berbower, Melvin R., Cripple Creek. Bimson, Walter R., Berthoud. Bird, C. H., Denver. Blakey, Susie, Boulder. Bonner, Beryl, Leadville. , Bouslog, John S., Corde, Ckla. Brewster, Chauncey B., Boulder. Bronson, Don, Hamilton, Ohio. 165 Brosius, John H., Rifle. Brown, I-Ielen E., Boulder. Brubaker, Catherine J., Denver. Burger, Mrs. Myrtle, Boulder. Burke, Maude E., Boulder. Burke, Ruth G., Boulder. Burr, Ira A., Canon City. Burton, Dorothy M., Pueblo. Butler, Mary, Denver. Campbell, Claude M., Boulder. Campbell, VVilliam R., Boulder. Carlson, Milton, Masters. Carney, Clinton C., Denver. Cassell, Henry B., Denver. Chamberlin, Irma M., Denver. Champion, Claire, Denver. Champion, Robert D., Canon City- Chastain, Garvin D., Chickasha, Okla. Chew, Mary B., Pueblo. Christian, Ben, Denver. Clark, Bessie, Bald Mt. Clatworthy, Leah, Ft. M Cleveland, Hope, Boulder. Cohneour, Leo B., Denver. Collier, Cecile M., Boulder. Conkling, Clark, Lyons, Kan. Conkling, Enid, Lyons, Kan. Conlin, Rosec, Aspen. Cook, Edward S., Henderson. Coppinger, Braidon, Durango. Copps, Edwin VV., Boulder. Cosgrove, Maud A., Silver City, N Mex. organ. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Cowell, Edward lV., Denver. Cowles. James H., Denver. Currier. George B., Grand Junction. Currier, Lucius C., Heiberger. Daley, Samuel J., Denver. Daniels, Mentor B., Pueblo. Des Brisay, Mary, Boulder. Dickson, Arthur J., Dayton. Dininger, Edith, Greenville, Ohio. Dixon, Marjorie A., Denver. Dorland. Luke E., Pueblo. Drinkwater, Harold P., Denver. Druva, Mary L., Pueblo. Eaton, Beth B., Boulder. Eaton, Myrtle, Boulder. Eby, Mabel, Boulder. Echternach, A. V., Palisade. Emigh, Hazel B., Boulder. Englebach, Florence B., Denver. Engels, Bernice, Rocky Ford. Epperson, Mary YV., Aspen. Erickson, Maud, Boulder. Eskridge, Asher M., Penrose. Fairbairn, Boyce, Little Park, Ark. Fenner, Helen E., Denver. F aus, Ernestine K., Boulder. Ferguson, Ruth S., Boulder. Fiske, Eugene JW., Santa Fe. N. Mex. Fitch, Paul R., Sterling. Flynn, Florence, Boulder. Flynn, Vera, Pueblo. Fonda, Catherine, Boulder. Foss, Evelyn, Salida. Fowler, Eugene, Denver. Fowler, Gretchen, Colorado Springs. Freeman, Nina M., Villisco, Iowa. Frost, Mary C., Denver. Fruit, Edna E., Boulder. Fye, Verna B. ,Boulderz Gates, Cowey, Denver. Gilcrest, Dorothy H., Denver. Gilligan, Nellie, Boulder. Gjellium, Arthur, Fowler. Goss, Hazel S., Denver. Gray. Alice L., Denver. Greene, Alice, Arvada. Groesbeck, Hazel, Garner, Iowa. Gwinn, Edith. Habermann, Clara. Haddock, Benjamin H., Boulder Haeberle, Fred E., Denver. - Hall, Vllalter R., Boulder. Ham, Floid. Caddoa. Hamilton, Ruth E., Pueblo. Hammond, Mary, Cripple Creek. Hardin, Virginia, Denver. Harley, George T., Boulder. Harrington, Elizabeth, Denver. Harris, Georgia, Boulder. Harris, Robert F., Denver. Heilman, Rosa C., lVIonte Vista. Hendershot, Marguerite M., XVa1senburg. Hennigsen, Bertha C., Pueblo. Hersey, Clarence B., Denver. Hildebrand, Lucile G., Denver. Hinds, Norman E., Denver. Hoover, Minnie J., Boulder. Hopkins, Edith K., Boulder. Hopkins, Lillian, Boulder. Horn, Stillman, Littleton. House, Floyd N., Boulder. Howe, William YV., Pueblo. Howland, Nlerol G., Boulder. Hulburt, Fannie E., Palisade. Hyde, Anna B., Denver. Isley, Other E., lVichita Falls. Jackson, Alma, Boulder. Jackson, John D., Denver. Johnson, Frances, Denver. Johnson, Lillie, Longmont. Jones, Helen, Victor. Kabell, Merle, Vernal, Utah. Kaiser, Carl A., Breckinridge. Kaye, Vera, Boulder. Kelley, Forrest, Kansas City, Mo Kennicott, Lillian, Boulder. Kitchen, Trena E., Spencer, Ohio Kluss, Mabel, Boulder. Kluss, lValter, Boulder. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Knowles, Charles N.. Denver. Knowles, Edward G.. Denver. Lamb. Gertrude. Victor. Larrabee. Anna L.. Boulder. Leavens. Kenyon, Denver. Leech. Edward T.. Denver. Leighton. Vida, Denver. Lindstrom. Mary E.. Ames. Lieb. Lippard. Everett. Salida. Longhran. Ruby. Denver. Lonnsbury. Edith, Boulder. Loupe. IV. B.. Pueblo. Macomber. Harold G.. Denver. Martin. Helen G.. Leadville. Mathews. Thomas B.. IValsenburg. Max, Lessie E.. Boulder. McClain. Laura E.. Sterling. lIc'Clure, Proctor M.. Sedalia. Mo. McGinnies, Jessie E.. Boulder. INIcGrath, Florence K.. Boulder. McKenney. Dwight. LaSalle. McLean. Mabel I.. Idaho Springs. McMullen, Bentley M., Grand Junction. McNeil, Gracie M.. Boulder. McBorey, Laura, Trinidad. McSiveen, Herbert C., Brush. Metcalfe, Clinton A., Boulder. Milburn, Verdie M.. Berthoud. Mill. Dorothy, Boulder. Mills. Corivinna. Denver. Mints. Lloyd IV., Boulder. Monahan. Julia, Greeley. Morgan, Nathan IV., Denver. Morgan, Bay. Boulder. Morison, James H., Sterling. Morrie, Clara L., Gunnison. Morrison. Lucil-e M., Grand tion. Mosley, Ixrllllillll G.. Denver. Musser, Buth M.. Denver. Nelson, Marguerite, Boulder. Nichols. Percy, Paonia. Niven, Harold F., Berthoud. Oliver. Alice P..'Boulder. Osgood, Mary. Denver. It J unc- if Owens. Clyde, Keata. Cal. Parfet, Grace M., Golden. Parlchill, Forbes J.. Boulder. Patton. Ursula. Boulder. Paul. Ruth D.. Denver. Persons. Lucile I., Mansfield, S. D. Peterson. Elvera. Idaho Springs. S Dali. Pickens. Mary O.. Denver. lligg. Frank B.. Denver. Pollock. 'William C., Campbell. Mo Prescott. Katherine 1.. Littleton. Putnam. Stella B.. Boulder. Bead. Margaret. Boulder. Redd. Sam B.. Denver. Reed. Ivalter K.. Boulder. Bepetschnig, Emma J.. Victor. Reynolds. James P.. Eaton. Ric-liardsoii. Ivave M.. Pueblo. Rickard. Sarah M.. Victor. Robb. Raymond E., Monte Vista. Iloberts. Buth E., Idaho Springs. Robinson. Elizabeth, Boulder. Robison, Ralph I., Ft. Morgan. Itolixver. Elsie. Boulder. Bollnian, Minnie, Leadville. Rowland. Jay M.. Boulder. Ryan. Xlrlllllllll B.. Denver. Salberg, Joseph B., Boulder. Sanborn, Ruth D., Boulder. Saunders. Paul C., Boulder. Schaedla, Vesta E., Boulder. Schainel. Francis, Boulder. Scott, Pauline, Denver. Selleclc, Elizabeth F., Durango. Shattuck, Barbara, Boulder. Sherrill, Samuel B., Canon City. Sibbald. Garth E., Boulder. Simons, Edith, Boulder. Slater, Opal, Boulder. Small, Elizabeth. Denver. Smith, Harriett, Longmont. Smith, Robert G., Montclair.. Snell, Lolita, Boulder. Snyder, Clarence. Sorenson. Helen C.. Pueblo. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Stearns, Bobert L., Denver. Stein, Wfilliam P., Greeley. Stemen, David C., Denver. Stevens, Henry C., Boulder. Steinhardt, Ernest I-I., LeRoy. Stillivagon, Nellie, Glenwood. Streamer, Charles TV., Boulder. Sivartivood, Harold P., TVaseca Minn. Sivayne. Ida L., Ft. WVorth, Te Tallmadge, Harold C., Denver Tarkotf, Blossom M., Montrose Templeton, I-Iassell, Boulder. Templeton, Nellie, Boulder. 7 XRS. Thompson, Lloyd G., Grand Island, Neb. Thorpe, Alioe C., Trinidad. Thorson, Carlisle J., Boulder. Titus, Campbell D., Jr., Denver. Titus, Esbon Y., Denver. Tour, Isabell S., Pueblo. Tower, Henry G., Denver. Trezise, Ethel I., Boulder. Truxal, Mary E., Hoisington, Kan Turner, Annie L., Denver. Ullery, Fred L., Colorado Sprino Vincent, VVendell, Boulder. Vinson, IValter Vivian, Chauncy, Golden. lVagnei', Catherine M., Denver IVahrenberger, WVilliam F., Denver Wlallaee, TVestel B., Denver. TValdo, Hubert D., Denver. lValker, James D. W'ard, Paul TV., Boulder. Wfaters, Albert P., Denver. Wfeverbacher, Leah, Boulder. lVhitson, Glenn I-I., Boulder. W'iebelt, Stella BI., Arvada. WVillett, Ethlyn, Golden. WVoods, Charles C., Boulder. Wfoods, Ruth, Laredo, Mo. lVood, Vera, Denver. TVyatt, Marjorie, Denver. Zahnen, Helena K., Monte Vista. . 56 ' . ' .sliilftrl s 'rf Q t l'Q,2fB5taa. . . .: t s f 'I if Wires Www ' A V ' I 68 THE 1912 COLORADOAN s. K., R -. X X X . 9 - Q. nyc 'xx f y . 'J . -'A '11 On 'the Sophomore Side Guarding the E11t1'a.nce 169 THE 1912 COLORADOAN M J L A d MZ W' MF D EM! -Q I me W EB WMM? we ww '7-'Q mxllllu, ,1"u,,, I mmm 3. 57 0 K J if, . 5 0. ,J' n wa wma WW u ua n U U11 I 'IM K .Q ' 4' 00 . r gba, 9 Wf W 1 W' :HW W ' if W ' iv, ll: V ivl-MAA J 4, Baird, Earl R., QC. Boulder. Baker, Wlilfred. QC. EJ Meeker. Baldock, P. Hough. QE. EJ Denver. Baker, Blerritt, QE. EJ Denver. Barrier, Grover XV., QE. EJ Glenwood. Bergheiin, Milton N., QE. EJ , J Boulder. Berry, Charles B., QE. EJ Denver. Bitner, Albert H., QM.EJ Boulder Blake, Nobler E., QM.EJ Jefferson, Iowa. ' Bleasdale, John WV., QC. EJ Brush. Borden, Philip S., QE. EJ Boulder. Bowler, Jaines R., EJ Mont- claire. Bunger, Howard P., QE. EJ Edge- water. Burton, lVillia1n, QE. EJ Medicine Lodge, Kan. Clark, Evert, QM. EJ Denver. Cook, Schofield, QCh. EJ La Junta. Copps, Chauncey, QM. EJ Boulder. Davenport, Ralph N., QM. EJ Den- ver. Davis, Joseph C., QE. EJ Sedgwick. Davies, Wfilliain M., EJ Trini- dad. - Davidson, Joseph C., QM.EJ Sa- lida. DeMarais, Albert E., QM. EJ As- pen. Doland, James J., QC. EJ Denver. Donavan, John T., QC. EJ Long- mont. 171 Downing, Roderick L., QC. La- niar. Eckel, Clarence L., QC. EJ Denver. Evans, Frank, EJ Joplin, Mo. Fallis, Merlin, QM. Denver. Fauber, Hernian, QE. EJ Montrose. Fisk, Rogers A., QM. EJ Santa Fe, N. Mex. Floyd, Fay N., QE. EJ Trinidad. Galloway, Gerald, EJ London. Garlinghouse, Albert. F., QC. EJ Canon City. Giger, Joe, QE. EJ Boulder. Gould, Jack J., Huron, Ariz. Gregg, Lloyd E., QC. EJ Grand Lake. Greedy, Paul WV.. Denver. Griflin, J. Homer, QCh. Denver. Grishain, Clarence L., QC. EJ Trini- dad. Haniilton, lVilliani C., QC. EJ Den- ver. Hagerman, George WV., QE. EJ Den- ver. Hennebold, A. B., QE, EJ Pueblo. Hodson, David, QE. EJ Denver. House, Harry F., QE. EJ Boulder. Hubbard, Ea-rl E., QE. EJ Glen- wood Springs. Huiscainp, Henry, QC. EJ Keokuk, Iowa. Jakway, Paul R.. QCh. EJ Durango. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Jessy, August L., QCh. EJ Akron Springs. Johnson, Erick. QM. EJ Berthoud. Johnson. Harlan S., QE. EJ Den- ver. Kennedy, Kennith. QC. EJ Denver. Kerr. Henry H., Denver. Koller. IVilliam YV., EJ Den- ver. Lavington, Leon E., Flag- ler. Leatherman, Lee L., QCh. EJ La- mar. Lippard, Leon H., QCh. EJ Salida. Lotz, Ernest, QM. EJ Manitou. Lotz, John S., QCh. EJ Manitou. Lumsden, IVilliam F., QE. EJ Grand Junction. Lynch, Charles R., Denver. McCelvey, Clinton E., QE.EJ Den- ver. McMurry, VVelcome, Den- ver. McNeil, Elbert K., EJ Boulder. Merrill, Lloyd, EJ Jackson- ville, Ill. Meyer. Ralph E. QE. EJ Boulder. lVIilham, David, QC. EJ Fowler. Miller, Charles R., Denver. lVIorris, Earl S., QC. Pueblo. Moile, MMV., QCh. Boulder. Muth, Carl L., EJ Agiular. Nelson, E. Raymond, QM. EJ Long- mont. Oakford, Leon, QE. EJ Denver. Olm, Joe C., QE. EJ Denver. Page, IValter C., QCh. EJ Grand Junction. Parks, John. QM. EJ Greeley. Parkhill, Clayton, Boulder. Palmer, Frank E., Colo- rado Springs. Paul, Leslie, QC. EJ Sherhorn, Mass. Pierce, IVilliam, QC. EJ Denver. Peterson, Davis W., QE. EJ Denver. Prananer, Raymond A., QE. EJ Denver. Redd, Sam B., QC. EJ Denver. Redding, Frank, EJ Idaho Springs. Roberts, WVilber, QM. Decatur, Ill. Rociaioid, Kenneth E., qoh. 12.5 Burlington, Iowa. Rohr, Charles S., QE. Glenwood. Satonisa, EJ Nagoia, Japan. Sells, Charlie H., QC. Ft. Lup- ton. Shattuck, Lucian, QC. EJ Boulder. Shugren, Maurice, QE. EJ Denver. Smith, Paul V., Colorado Springs. Smith, Ralph J., QC. EJ Denver. Snyder, Clarence L., QE. EJ Denver. Sederstrom, Carl A., QE. Denver. Sted, Charles IV., Denver. Stev-ens, Vifilloer, L., QE. EJ Golden. Summerton, Kemp A., EJ Den- ver. Sweitzer, Leonard E., QE. EJ Den- ver. Taketa, Shiro, QE. EJ Hiroshinna, Japan. Taylor, Oliver E., QC. EJ Craig. Tebeau. Robert E., QE. EJ Denver. Teter. Roy G.. QC. Fairplay. Tomlinson, Glenn, QM. EJ Denver. True, Charles A., QM. EJ Boulder. Tyler. Carl S., QC. EJ Denver. IVordsworth. Lyle, Pueblo. JValker, James D., QM. Santa Fe, N. Mex. VVaterman, Ralph D., QM. Den- ver. IVeher. Walter R., Denver. IVhite. Edward D., QC. Cripple Creek. IVhite, Raymond M., QM. Long- mont. IVilliams, Perry, QE. EJ Golden. Young Raymond, QE. EJ Morri- son. SPECIALS. McBride, John Cumming, Boulder. Smith, Robert N., Spokane, IVash. Slye, John Dallison, Boulder. 172 THE I9!2 COLORADOAN .iw 'tt' M5491 Tiff? iff!! fqlirwz-iwswafs' -4 A xivxih, . 4' ' ' ' um-:Rav-.Q , ,- limi I , O 0 L,q.,ff.:f1i 1 Q'f"""3 ' ' elf xy N fag. ggfllvll K 'ix o Q Emma W' 2 I F1 I ummm , i' I .1 ." " X A tr ff I - -.fvvsza 14 OFFICERS J. lYarner Mills .......,.... Lawrence lV. Giaconiini .... Eugene A. Bond ......... Barbrick, John T., Pueblo. Bond, Eugene A., Ragston, Ga. Colter, Harry E., Meeker. Cook, Harry E.. Denver. Crouter, Edgerton, Wlheatland, lVyo. Culver, George YV., Ft. Collins. Denzler, lValter, Leadville. Drinkwater, Russell R., Denver. Elwell, Lyman T., Pueblo. Giacomini, Lawrence YV.. Sterling. Gleyre, Lewis A., Pueblo. Hart, John YV., Denver. Healy, Harold Harris, Denver. Jones, Charles C., Flagstaff, Ariz. Kabell, Lewis, Vernall, Ottawa. Kelley, Leo P., Pueblo. Kemp, Frank A., Denver. Kubicheck, Ernest J., Horton, Kan Lannon, John. Pueblo. Lockhart, Ferd J., Kansas City, Mo Matheny, lVilliam H., Pueblo. McClellan, James R., Idaho Springs. BlcConnell. Richard. Ft. Lupton. SPE Hart, John YV., Denver. Simpson, Marvin A., Denver. Vivian. John C. 1 .1 A . . . . . . . . .President . . . .Vice-President. . . . . . .Secretary-Treasurer. Mc-Cutcheon, Melville YV., Denver. McEwen, Harry, Durango. McFadden, John F., Longmont. Marvin, Leonard YV., Boulder. Miller, Herbert. A., Ft. Morgan. Milliken, Eugene A., Hamilton. O Mills. J. lVarner, Denver. Montgomery, Victor, Boulder. Morris, Robert C., Pueblo. Nafe. John P., Boulder. Odlum, Arnold A., Boulder. Olmstead, Albert YV., Chicago, Ill Parrish, Jay M., Denver. Payne, Ira D., Loveland. Pearson, Ross, Leadville. Pigley, Charles P., Meeker. Saboe, Martin L., Longmont. Storer, Todd C., Pueblo. Streaver, Arthur E., Boulder. Streaver, 'William J., Boulder. Swayne, George XV., Ft. Morgan. Talbot, Lawrence D., Denver. Taubman, Albert M., Aberdeen, S. D. CIALS. Vlfilliams, R. Russell, Primghan, Iowa. , Golden. First Row-Mishkiud, Sta,H'ord, D'IOl'1'iSll, Cooper, House, Knuckey. Second Row--Boeck, Sl1zxpi1'0, McMahon, Prolitt, Xvoodwaxrd, Mosher, THE 1912 COLORADOAN Wi. Q M E SE I '. 1 l' 'L l 2- Q f A s ,lf r Vi, H I Q u num 'qv w in m D l i C f Ll A,Av4v4, -f Y.-AINAY-. 1 W OFFICERS Louis C. House ..................... President Clyde T. Knuekey .... ..... X lice-President Harry Wloodxvard ..... ..... S ecretary Ross YV. Morrish .... ..,..... T reasurer Englebuch, Arthur A., Denver. Proffitt, Ray V., Gunnison. House, Louis C., Buchnell, Ind. Shapiro, Joseph M., Denver. Knuckey, Clyde T., Lillllillq- Stafford, Earle F., Boston, Mass. McMahon, Alvin M., El Reno, Okla. Vildez, Antonio J., Del Norte. Mishkind, J acob, Denver. Wfood, Joseph G., Haxton. Mosher, lvilltef F-1 Lansing, Mich- lVoodward, Harry VV., Colorado Morris, Joseph P., Manitou. Springs, Morrish, Ross YV., New Vllindsor. SPECIALS. Castelnian, Frank R., Boulder. Swenson, Arthur L., Denver. .M N, Xb . S x ,Z X V- ' " . 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'X N-AQ., Eg-.1 M1955 ' ' -4.5:-, fx 1 A-' .f't3N2f?Y5'1RhQ ..3?- fmri-1.-ESQQ!-'1g1,3,'K.-ZQXLKQ-NQ tv-'Kg-3-ff.: '. .5 -1. mf., - 5, . ' ffsvt-'?,,4:f2?'f,"5qz,Q - 2 Q... -'-'- 1 W . . . A .L . .. 5 - . x. :.f.p:.-SQ.. .4-. wx.-... ..:.:.'..-5 ..:: '- !x..fa'1..' M., zaiffvfifaf , 'z-1, Lf .4 .rf svpxf WM "-321. .Lt 1:1 A aEeL K.-2i.u2fQi52:Z.L Wifi.. 'aw J Bella fd Pfvwers Bowen Msolntosh Milbu rn J ohiison Ellibt Gillef M81'tiH Marks M ' . - .artm I . X "T 4. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Erarining, Srrhnnl fur Numara Eerinrera JEAN MCINTOSH. Superintendent. Ethics of Nursing and Practical YVork LUMAN M. GIEFIN, M.D., Surgery and Surgical Nursing. GEORGE H. OATTERMOLE, M.D., of Children. Infant Feeding, Children's Nursin OSCAR M. GILBERT, M.D.. - Internal Medicine and General Nursing. Diseases E. BARBER QUEAL, M.D., Physiology and Materia Medica. CLOUGH T. BURNETT, A Bacteriology. EDXVARD B. TROVILLION, M.D., Anatomy and Histology. XVALTER XV. REED, M.D., Obstetric Nursing. XVILLIAM A. JOLLEY, Materia Medieia. MISS LENA ANDERSEN, Massage. Bull nf Nuravz JEAN MCINTOSH, Head Nurse. Lucile Benard Mabel Bowen Francis Elliot Helen Giller Alice Johnson ITU Lura Marks Leota. Martin Mrs. Martin Cecil Milburn Lucie Powers j DAVID L. CURTIS College of Liberal Arts Class of 1911 ERNEST C. HILL School of Medicine Class of 1912 ii? Z' A in ig- - , . , . ...kn Q. Q Y A , - , , D5 iA -4 Xe A NT X...- x X X WILSON A THE 1912 COLORADOAN Uhr Aaanrizxirh Svtuhenia nf thr Hniheraiig nf Qlnlnrahn Oyj'Zcev"S Herbert F. Bonnell .................. Presicl-ent George A. Matthews .... Pearl B. Rucker. . . Ralph L. Carr .... John S. Barrows Carl T. Lichty . . . .Vice-President . . . .... Secretary ..................Ye1lmaster Com nv issiow ers Oliver Wfilson O1'2l110'8 M. McNeil D Professor Ekeley, Faculty Representative A tlz Zeiic Board Dr. George Norlin, Chairman Dr. Oliver C. Lester Herbert F. Bonnell Prof. John A. Hunter J . George A. Matthews Orange M. McNeil Debating Board Prof. John S. McClucas, Chairman Prof. lVilliam H. Pease Herbert F. Bonnell Prof. S. G. Morley John S. Barrows Carl T. Lichty Stanclivzg Committees ' Finance George A. Matthews Orange MA. McNeil Carl T. Lichty Decorations Ralph L. Carr Publications Pearl B. Rucker Advertisement John S. Barrows Entertainment Ralph L. Carr John S. Barrows 185 THE 1912 COLORADOAN I Bvparimvntal Gbiiirrfrz COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING George Matthews ...................... President Frank Gilligan .... ..... V ice-President Verne McC1urg ......... ............. S ecretary-Treasurer I SCHOOL OF LAIV Quentin D. Bonner ......... .H ........... President Oliver IVi1son .......,................. Secretary-Treasurer SCHOOL OF MEDICINE James M. Lemme ..................... President H. E. Robinson ..... ..... V ice-President Alfred M. Palmer. .... Secretary-Trea.surer l86 'haulalieali 1 E f-,JJ-f. I-,J,, f79Y1Huf'- 492: 1 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Sviluvr anh gnlh The uSilver and Goldw is the ofhoial student paper issued each Thursday during the college year. STAFF Wlilter S. Lovelace-Editor-in-Chief Todd C. Storer-Business Manager John S. Barrows-Assistant Editor Clifford H. Stone-News Editor Oliver S. Remington-News Editor Ralph L. Carr-Athletic Editor Colin B. Goodykoontz-Exchange Editor Edith Farrington-Society Editor Charles B. Johnson-Cartoonist REPORTERS Frank Bottuin-Special Eugene M. Kayden-Special Glenn F. Lewis-Student Herinan J. Sohuinacher-Faculty Bessie Wlebb-Co-ed DEPARTMENTS Fred E. Hagen-Alumni Reginald L. Cliuse-Engineering J. 'Warner Mills-Law Ross TV. Morrish-Medic COPY! l Q G12 j' X B .1 I I Ee X ' Liffl l ,Iii . ' 6' Qrrivflw ,rgif , ..,. 1 A X7 A ' g pi' gm xxxxx 5- 189 'li . ' :af N I ,Qi M 23253 f ft. 4.6. FV if ,aa W, xg'-1 N1 J f' 4, ,Mgmt ,fa G OODY KOONTZ 1 NELSON '7 .::4?.'+!i3?,1:1.: . if 11.25 Y, I7 W.-,4g, , 1 I, e 1 . , I-f , ,w,,14f4-M Q A . .. I 1 -S... , "i'5:ifs"1?gif? ' If . , ,, W' , FEM? 9 5EEMAN ,,,.,,,,- Q' Cfsq -1 -ima. fy Q A E? A BELL x V .-5.-'f:e,. .5 -s -..-- fx-'V Q 'Q - - Q-, lj ' . .oe ' G . wk, D "v . . 'ff1i1-Q4 V- 5 W? ff , :5. -, 1 A ' . . ,,W. , '- fs. ,L 525 I ,V H W. 4. '55, L 329.5 1, I " ' " -'I if 1 ' :Q ' M My If awxy A V ' 1 ' ,.... H, . " ' .- .V ff, - . f-, ' i f " .12 I bf , V - A "' Af. . I , ' fi? ' A -1 " , 0 " :vj jifffi ,A 1. -.:. '4 V 2. .gif 0 X , 1 r I1 1" of 'Sf - iff? ' 5 ., 6g V 4 V .V V 1' 4 ' X9 " 5Qfff'f '5ifii, fag: JJ,-ff ' ' , T1 v r THE 1912 COLORADOAN Uhr Glnlnrahnzm A STAFF Bernard J. Seeman, Editor-in-Chief Frank A. Kemp, J r., Business Manager Colin B. Goodykoontz, Assistant Editor Kate Nelson, Associate Editor Robert Emmett Lee, Literary Editor Eleanor Leonard, Literary Editor Charles B. J ohnson, Artistic Editor Edith F arrington, Artistic Editor James VV. Bell, Athletic Editor Perry Kilgore, Photographel llll THE 1912 COLORADOAN ,M1...L....-L Ee ox 2, ' 'f fs, I 0 U .. for XX r'0 -'- d Mx f ii a,lrr .ati In nw. I' ', J g Zlnurnal nf Enginrvring e ourna o 1 fri ,eri 0 is issue eaci Th HJ l f Eig ne ngl' d l year by the students and faculty of the Engineering Department for the purpose of furthering research work and stiinulating interest in practical problems of engineering. F STAFF A. L. Johnson C. L. Day ..... H. Luinlnis.. . . C. D. Fawcett .... ..... L. R. Leonard. ' I. C. Crawford .... . , . 51lIilPi1fB Eanilhnnk . . .Editor-in-Chief . .Assistant Editor . .Assistant Editor .Business Manger Assistant Manager .Assistant Manager Published annually by the Christian Associations for free distribution among the students. Mary Lakenan ..... .... E ditor "' zz A 55's .iw ,fs ' 0 1 rua me , Q Ewa dia MQW' 'sf is nqfl fi? M.. QQ Akai H "W, Q: :::: Q ,IFA v :ee Quia. .-"' 'Q H I 3- sp 321, 0. zvw fl G 192 THE 1912 COLORADOAN , A G. 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WD' x ki 1 digg'-'f'1 . .. ' -1, '- ,, 'Dpi' ' 1' 'nw 'HW : , - , ' '-fsfria .. f x I .lf f . A ' j' er-ff . - .. f 1 5 'M .e,. i ,:,,:3-1-::v,:1 gl Q ,egg -::, J A j if M sw , f-H ,d we ffm' .v- :- - . f-. f , - . A ' . 1 'f' fi 45? V--' , " ' ,ae -. , . ' ' ' --" - , g: - . . . .- I . fe ' The ctO0lorado Monthlyw is a literary magazine issued by the students of the University of Colorado. STAFF Edith Far1'ington,' Editor J. Grace Hanson, Assist-ant Editor Russell Drinkwater, Manager B. Bentley Bacon, Assistant Manager ASSOCIATE BOARD Eugene M. Kayden Wlalter S. Lovelace GOVERNING BOARD Oliiford H. Stone Bernard J. Seeman R. Emmett Lee Edith C- Flrfihitvh Russell R. Drinkware:- 193 THE 1912 COLORADOAN E 'E I Q , ., ti, lf' EDVVARD V. DUNKLEE CLIFFORD H. STONE . Uhr Glihir Qbuartrrlg For the purpose of promoting an interest in political, economic and social questions, the '4Civic Quarterlyw was founded in 1909. STAFFQ i Clifford C. Stone, Editor C. Belmont Preston, Associate Editor Edward V. Dunklee, Manager ..il...A,..1 W l Q ' f 1-' 'I 5. X ' im n -ll 1 ,A 1 " i. f A I. I' E5 . do it b f' X . gash. . ll it f " , 194 WE ATHER Kim? X ' Q5 p by fn, 'hmm f,. WlII!!!!!!wI11um1 1 wg ., . mm I 1. ' f 'r - Eff-I P ..,, ' ," ,I ,. ' 1 f ?fff?fIn1w9!Mnun+umm + A 'E 'WI w , S HIT? if ' , L ! , I 1 .la , ' 11. W' Y ' ' 1'f" "1 . Ill!! mil! , , 5 Q ' K 1 X f n' M . f -N X -' l'7mHHPJ.f1'LL First Row-Seaman, A. Odlum, Dunklee, Hills, F. Ocllum P21l'l3.Pl2'4,llO. Second Row-Lovelace, Lee, Banks, Plerrot fCO2LCllJ, Olm- stead, Healy, Storey. THE 1912 COLORADOAN 0-f J.,-f' I fi i . 5- . ' cw ,c f fag- ' f T i at- Qc t , , L .. .... . ,. ei v' Adolph Y. Pierrot Uhr Sveuann in Bvhating U fd! EBATING at the present time is one of the live interests of 1' the University. The reason for this, probably more than I , c anything else, is the adoption of the squad system and a new plan of coaching. In the past, interstate debating teams . ' were chosen from a few men who previously had had no A special preparation for the work. Under the present system, everyone desiring to try for a. University debating team enrolls in the debating class at the beginning of the year and Works out three times a week under a competent debating coach. At the end of the first semester a tryout is held and the best men are picked for the squad. This squad includes men for each debate and an alternate for each team. The final selection of specific teams is made by the coach after still further Work and preparation on the particular questions scheduled for interstate debates. The success of this system is attested by the results obtained. Last spring the University, upholding the affirmative of the Postal Savings Bank question, Won a unanimous decision from the University of Kansas. One month later the University of Texas was defeated in debate on the State Income Tax ques- tion. Colorado defended the negative in this debate. , A step forward was taken this year in the formation of a Triangular De- bating League, composed of the Universities of Kansas, Oklahoma and Colo- rado. 197 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Zlntzrataiv Ephedra KANSAS-COLORADO Boulder f A lVednesday, April 12, 1911 Resolved, That the Short Ballot should be adopted for niunicipal county 7 .. and state elections. Aflirinative CColoradoj Negative fKansasj Bernard J. Seenian C. A. Parker Walter S. Lovelace A. O. Andrew Arnold A. Odluin A. H. Fast , W7 inner, Colorado OKLAHOMA-COLORADO Norman, Oklahoma lVednesday, April 12, 1911 Resolved, That the Short Ballot should b 1 l t 'l f e ac op et or municipal, county and state elections. Affirmative COlZlHl1OD1H.D Negative tColoradoj Frank Balyeat Floyd Odluin Toni Mayfield Edward V. Dunklee Streeter Speakman Lee Frazer Banks lVinner, Colorado SOUTH DAKOTA-COLORADO Boulder April 28, 1911 Resolved, That the conservation of the natural resources of this country should be left to the government of the states rather than the federal govern- inent. Affirmative QColoradoj' Negative QSouth Dakotaj ' Sam Parlapiano C. Jefferson R. Emmett Lee C. Eggen Albert YV. Ohnstead ' C. lV. Campbell lVinner, South Dakota 193 7 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Enral Ephedra GIFFIN PRIZE DEBATE University Chapel Thursday, May 12, 1910 Resolved, That the Galveston plan of city government by commission is preferable to the prevailing plan of city government fto apply only to cities of less than three thousand populationj. 071 Cairn? cm Adolph Gr. Pierrot Oontestrmts Seniors ' Juniors Arthur Parkhurst Frazer Banks Raymond Venables Todd Storer Sophomores Freshmen Roy Hills 4 Floyd Odlum R. Emmett Lee Sam Parlapiano Jmlges Charles B. Dyke Fred G. Folsom Rae H. Kitley TVinne1' Frazer Banks U. OF C. DEBATING SOCIETY-RICHARDS LITERARY SOCIETY University Chapel Thursday, February 23, 1911 Resolved, That the Short Ballot should be adopted in all municipal, county and state elections. CBy the Short Ballot we mean that only the principal executive officers are to be electedj Uizairmcm Adolph G. Pierrot Affirmative Negative U. of C. Debating Society Richards Literary Society Todd C. Storer R. Emmett Lee Sam Parlapiano IValter S. Lovela.ce Albert IV. Ohnstead L. Frazer Banks Judges George Norlin Charles B. Dyke Lawrence IV. Cole Ilfimzer Richards Literary Society 199 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Enral Chratnrial 611111251 ORATORICAL CONTEST University Chapel May 5? 1910 Chairnian ..... ............... I lee Frazer Ba nks g Oontestan ts "National Honor Satisfiedw ........... wfyranny or Law and Libertyn .... . . 44Victories of Peace" .........,.. . . HThe Patriotism of P-eacen ...... .... KA Higher Type of Huinanityll .... . . '4Night Brings Out the Starsll .......... Arnold Odlum Floyd Odlum Gordon King Colin Goodykoontz Edward Dunklee Sain Parlapiano Judges ' Thought Delivery Mr. Jones Professor Chadwick Mr. Pierrot Professor Lester Mr. Vllolcott Mr. Elbert Crreenman Wlinner, Edward V. Dunklee LOCAL PROHIBITION CONTEST Presbyterian Church April 11, 1910 . Chairman ............ I ...... Reverend Scott Uonzfestcmts Charles Hedgcock Edward V. Place Arnold Odluni Edward V. Dunklee Judges . Dean Fleming Professor Pease Professor McLucas lVinner, Arnold Odlum 200 X THE 1912 COLORADOAN Qlnhifa Elahunr East 1 Pa'e.s'emted by the f' f'Zf1s.s2 of Nineteen Tcfz Helen lllalteinufci THE CAST Ferdinand, King of Navarre .....,......... .... lV Ir. Perkins Biron ...................,... .... M r. Hamilton Longaville ................. .,.. N Ir. Odluin- Duniain .........................,....... ..., M r. Packard Lords attending on the King. . . ........,.... . . . . Bovvet ............... ' ...,..........,.............. Mr. lVilkinson Mercade .,........................................ Mr. Robertson Lords attending on the Princess of France ............. Don Adriano de Arinado ta fantastical Spaniardj . . ..Mr. Venables Sir Nathaniel fa curatej ........................... Mr. Dunklee Holofernes fa schoolniasterj . . . .... ..., N Ir. Fitzgerald Dull fa constablej ......... .... N lr. Poley Costard Ca clownj ......... .... B Ir. Boyd Moth Q' Page to bkI'1D.lfl'3b ...... . . .... ........ Q ,g ,Mix Mitchell Hienis. or llfinter ..........,................ Q. . .Mr. Vaughan Pages, Soldiers, Shepherds, Standard Bearers. Princess of France ............,.................... Miss Rosaline ........... ........,...,.............. B Iiss Shelleday Maria . . . ............... ............... lV liss Cody Katharine ....................................... Miss Pickett Ladies attending on the Princess .......... Frances W' 1lt1U0'w ei Jaquennetta fa country wenchj ..................... Miss Crary Ver. or Spring ............... . . ...... Miss Scene .... ..............,.... N avarre Period .... ..................... '1 lime of Elizabetli Executive Staff Professor Fordyce Cleaves .............. Director Mr. R. Milton Clucas ...... ..... lN lanager Mr. Joseph B. Morrill.. . ..... Electrician 202 Love's Labour Lost THE 1912 COLORADOAN Flhe Qlnllrge mihntn Presentcfl by I7w1nmfiff Club 1 CA ST Billy Bolton fpstar half-backj Peter lVitherspoon, President Atwater College ..... ..... Hiram Bolton, President of K. K, H. R. R.. . . . Honorable Elam Hicks, Senator from Squantomyille .... .. . Bob Hicks, his son ......... Mattie McGowan, football trainer. . Jack Larrabee, football coach ...... Copernicus Talbot, graduate tutor .... Silent Murphy, from the foundry. . . . Stub Talmage, the college Ucut up". .. Tommy Pierson, tackle on the team .... Daniel Tibbets, town marshal ..... Ollie Mitchell Dick McAllister Students. Jimmy Hopper Jane lVitherspoon, the ttCollege lVidow". . . Bessie Tanner, athletic girl. James Bell Albert Olmstead Eugene Milliken Edward Dunklee George Shaw Garth Sibbald Jack Mosher Fred Varney Richard Boeke Glenn Lewis John Barbrick Leo P. Kelley Floyd Odlum Esbon Titus Lucien Shattuck Jeanette Owen Ethel Adams Flora lViggins, professional waitress .... . . .Alice Downing Mrs. Dalzelle, professional chaperon .... ....... I Vy Campbell Bertha Tyson J f Elizabeth .Rich Luella Chubbs i I Pauline McKenzie Sallie Cameron p Tom ,AVIS ."' ' H l Lila Haines . Josephine Barclay I C J Anna L. Turner Cora Jinks l I Estelle Kyle Ruth Aiken J L Catherine Fonda Football Team. Students and Faculty Place ................................ Time . . . Managerial Staff James XV. Bell ........................ Ferd Lockhart .... Floyd Odlum .... 204 .Atwater College The Present .Business Manager Ass't. Manager Press Agent, The 'D!'21lll2XtiC Club THE 1912 COLORADOAN 15121335 iaefnrr ihr Bramatir Olluh lVilliczfm Demi Ilovvellls NI 71 Gcm"0zte2'.s'l Mr. Roberts ......... Garth Sibbald Mr. Bemis ........... Paul Guthrie Dr. Rawton ....... Lucien Shattuck Dr. Bemis, Jr ......... Fred Varney lVillus Cambell ...... Esmond Titus Mrs. Roberts. . .Dorothy Chittenden Mrs. Bemis ....... Irma Chamberlin Mrs. Orashan ........ Olive Coffman A Maid ........... Dorothy Burton Jerome If. Jeromels liSLl7'L8Cf7l Lois ...... ..... A delaide Moys Jean ........... . . .Hazel Clark Avariak .... . 1 . .Mentor Daniels Aunt Drusella. . Nora Deu Pree Lawrence ..... ........ Q lames Bell Mr. Rivers ..... . .Gordon King William Osgooclls 'tPlace.s mul 12661726875 Portia .... .... C atherine Fonda Lady Macbeth. . . .Dorothy Mill Ophelia ......... Pauline McKenzie Juliet .......... William Dean Howell s ttEfveu'lng Dress Mrs. lVillis Campbell .......... ................AliceDowning Mr. lYillis Campbell. . .Jack Mosher Mrs. Ed. Robert Mr. Ed Roberts. S... . .Edith Gwinn .Jeanette Owen .Arnold Odlum Bella, a Maid ....... Adelaide Moys HHQIS Model Wi-fel' Arthur Everett .... Albert Olinstead Robert Parks ......... Floyd Odlum Rep. J olm H. Potts ...... Leo Kelley Miss McPhurson .... Anna. B. Morris Mrs. Munford Wlells .... Dena Coyle Miss Bella Potts .... lVilhelmina ......... Patsy .......... .Lillian lVessel .Ivy Campbell . .Cecile Collier Mary ............. Virginia Hardin Miss Eleanor Perry. .... Lila Haines Hlfilzislaecl Ooguezftell Geoffrey lVintl1rop. . .E. V. Dunklee Count Carboni ..... John Barbarick A man servant ..... Eugene Milliken Arabelle ...... . ..... Nora Deu Pree lsabella ..... ......... B Iary Butler Daisy Leslie ...... 206 Marquis de Marseillaise ........ . .George Shaw Baron von Berlinwool. . .Leo Kelley Mrs. Filbert ....... Virginia Hardin Annabella ............. Hazel Clark . . . .Beryl Bonner l 5 A 5 B First Row-Vivian, Ca.1'vei', Burklxzirt, Roberts, Slatter, Pcnley. Second Row--Irish, Poe, Robbins, Eliot, McC1u1'g. Third Row-Rachofsky, Bouslog, Bleasdale, Floyd. THE 1912 COLORADOAN rf? ff Wa 9.15.25 , U .s 1' I 'Ji , 11,111 Y -3 K, ' J. -J gf .rwlw . ,V , h 3 ilil d r . 1 gmt - 1 ,I y 1 r , rf! ' Q1 V I fn 4 j f I I r Ellie Hnihrraiig nf Qlnlurahn 'ifizlnh Offners George M. Chadwick. . . ....... .... D irector Verne O. McClurg .... .... l' leader John C. Vivian ..... .... B Ianager Ben Penley ........ .... f Xssistant Manager Harry YV. Robbins ...................... Librarian 112SZiI'lU7l672ff6Z"i07Z- ' Robert R. Tarbell, Cornet Robert M. Beresford, Cornet Preston Eliot, Cornet John S. Bouslog, Cornet. John lV. Bleasdale, C Clarence Royce, Solo ornet Trombone J. N. Scoville, Troinoone Ben Penley. Alto Charles F. Poe, Alto Fay Floyd, Harry WV. Robbins, Clarinet Arthur WV. Fitzgerald, Clarinet lValter L. Carver, Tuba lvillis L. Irish, Bass Saxophone Verne O. McClurg, Solo Baritone G. A. Sehulters, Baritone XV. llleleh, Melaphone Morris O. Raehofsky, Bass Drum Don C. Kemp, Snare Drum rhlto 209 First Row-Avery, Loupe, Swayne, Sulberg. Second Row---Odlum, Giacomini, Irish, Crowder, Milliken. Third Row-Brinker, Marvin, Robbins, Miller, Pnrlapiano Mosher. THE 1912 COLORADOAN linihrrzitg C5122 Qllnh George M. Chadwick. John B. O,Rourke .... First Tenors Arnold A. Odluni Joseph Salberg lVillard Avery Second Tenors lfValler Brinker lValter Loupe First Basses Jack Mosher Officers .lfem bers . . . .Director . . . .Manager Instrumental Quintet First Violin i Cornelius Marvin Second Violin Earl Miller Flute Sam Parlapiano Clarinet Harry Robbins George WV. Swayne I Saxaiphone V Second Basses VVillis Irish Lawrence Giaconiini Reader Eugene Milliken Eaton, February 27. Boulder, March 18. Cripple Creek, March Victor, March 23. Pueblo, March 24. Salida, hlarch 25. Leadville, March 27. I fiiL'61YL7"-y 22. 211 George Crowder Glenwood Springs, March 28 Grand Junction, March 29. Delta., March 30. Montrose, March 31. Ouray, April 1. Boulder, April 7. Denver, April 8. A ' lfaf ,W K ,p I! , 4357 W - wr, . f 55 X f Q K V . 'W V I .J ' .i q HVW- A, Q K 1 , , A x Q'1 Q ,,A -' 4 ,A gf v. ' 4 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Uhr Parka Aihleiira tar LTOGETHER, when we consider t11e athletic situation. tl1ere . ' 1 is 1l1llC11 to be pro11d of 111 t11e past and much to be hoped for . 111 t11e f11t11re. Tl1e natural a11d steady developinent bids fair ig? to a remarkable growth 111 athletics as well as 111 t11e other , departinents of the University. + Dll1'1Hg the past year so111e matters of primary import- ance l11lVG been passed 1113011 by t11e Intercollegiate Ath- letic Conference. Both the University of Utah illlfl t11e University of Denver have been ad111itted to the Conference relations. This brings all the strong institutions of t11e Rocky Mountain region HHC161' one set of rules. a fact which sho11ld botl1 stre11gtl1en t11e Conference a11d promote more f1'iQ1'1C-11.37 rela- tions among the various Colleges. One 11'l1pO1't2lI11Q change was 111ade 111 t11e rules. Rule one, section fOll1', was cl1a11ged so that a student 1H11Sf 111ake 111s Work or be ineligible, no excuse of any kind to be accepted. The record of t11e 1910 football team is o11e of which any Colorado 111311 1nay well be pro11d. The outlook at t11e beginning of the season was exception- ally poor, bllf under the discipline of t11e able coaches t11e squad soo11 began to show exceptional strength. On account of smallpox two games had to be postponed, and 0116 of these, that with Colorado College, was never played, owing to the latter refusing to play at a later date. But Olll' team wo11 all its games by such large margins tl1at it has undoubtedly t11e best claim to t11e Rocky Mountain Championship. The baseball team was noted for its fast a11d accurate fielding. It was fairly strong in its pitching, bllf weak 111 its, batting, and lost finally to Colo- rado College after having wo11 the first game a11d T116 games with the Aggies a11d the Mines. Never before have we had such a. strong basketball tea111 a11d though it is generally conceded to be the best in the State, yet for strange reasons we are not able to claim the cliampionship. On the track Colorado 1nai11tai11ed l1er s11premacy among the schools of the State, bllt lost to t11e powerful aggregation f1'0l1l Stanford. A notable feature of the past year has bee11 the revival of interest in te11- nis. The association has been taken into t11e A-. S. U. C., f0lI1'113lHG11tS have bee11 held a11d rules adopted to select men to represent Colorado 111 the inter- collegiate contests. In order to provide for t11e increasing 11LI1'11l.J61' who are taking part 111 t11e outdoor games. t11e Regents have purchased a new field of twelve acres, north- east of the campus. just across Boulder Creek. This field, to be known as Stratton Field. is beautifully located a11d large enough to provide m11ch better facilities for all branches of athletics t11a11 t11e field in present use. 213 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Ralph Andrus, '10. Lyle Bowman, '10, Earle Carmichael, '10. Henry Cooper, '1O. Archibal Heaton '09 d , , '10, John McFadden, '08, '09, '10. Ernest C. Prince, '08, '09. Edgerton Crouter, '10, Wlarner D. Bailey, '10. Eugene Bond, '09, '10, Alfred P. Briggs, '10. Franklin Cowell, '07, '10, ,J mrarera nf the G1 Football Neil E. Davenport, '10. Frank Gilligan, '09, '10. Vlarren Hartman, '10. Emery Lines, '08. J. Wlarner Mills, '09, '10. 7 7 7 John O'Brien, '07, 08, 09, 10. John Rich, '09, '10. John C. lVarkley, '09. Baseball Charles D. Fawcett, '08, '09. James Hall, '10, Frank Kemp, '10. George Matthews, '08, '09, '10. E. Tyndall Snyder, '05, '06, '07, '0S. Track John Hall, '10, Lawrence Messinger, '10. Harold H. Healy, '10. lllinifred Prouty, '08, '10. Ross Heaton, '10. Clarence Short, '10, De Wlitt C. Malcouronne, '10. Cecil Van Grundy, '09, '10. Basketball Edward C. Accola, '11. Ralph Andrus, '10, '11. Harry Aurand, '09, '10. Henry S. Cooper, '11. Ray Taylor, 2 Joseph Cresto, '10, '11, John McFadden, '09, '10, '11, Orange M. McNeil, '10, '11. E. Tyndall Snyder, '05, '06, '0 '09, 510, 711. l-l 7, 'oe . . ' I ' ll C ,jfnlf A . n Q 0 Etfo - W9 , M xii IZ E A , fE: 1 it X Mx ' ff W Q - X! lg 3 ' W Y. ,, ' X 393335 4 KX , fy 4 First Row-Healy linanzngerj, Mills, Rich, Carmichael, McFa.d den, O'Rourke Qassistant 1Tl2L113.g61'J. Second Row-Cooper, Crouter, Davenport, O,Brien, Andrus. Third Row-Heaton, I-Imtrnan, Gilligan, Bowman. THE 1912 COLORADOAN p illuuthall REVIEW' OF THE SEASON OF 1910 Starting with a green squad and working in the fac-e of most dishearten- ing circumstances, Captain tilawnl' O'Brien reached the climax of his four years of brilliant work for Colorado by developing one of the best teams that ever represented the University. Under the leadership of the veteran guard and using the formations and methods known only to ffBilll' Folsom, the 'Varsity ended the gloomiest season imaginable with every follower of ath- letics in the State pointing to this school as the leader among the true lovers of sport, and unanimously acclaiming the University of Colorado the cham- pions of the Rocky Mountain region. The material out of which the team was developed appeared at the first of the year most discouraging. McFadden, Stocker, Rich and Cooper were the only ex- perienced men upon whom OlBrien could rely, while the rest of the squad, unlike previous years, seemed to have little or no knowledge of the game. Then came the first disappointment in the injury of Harry Stocker, the veteran fullback and one of the headiest men in the state. Clarke was taken ill just before the Utah game and absolutely green men were given these places. The VVyoming game had ended with things most disheartening. The Ministers and Colorado Collegeghad both defeated the Cowboys by larger scores than the ,Varsity and people who saw the game said that Colo- rado had played its best to defeat the Laramie men. Then came the Mormons with Bennion, the star of former years, as coach. Two touchdowns, at least, with the victory tacked up opposite the names of the boys from Salt Lake seemed to be a conservative forecast of the probable outcome. The kickoff came and the 'Varsity hit Utah and every- one remembered Folsom and the fighting spirit which has carried ,Varsity teams to victory for so many years. Not for an instant did the visitors get the advantage and the green line and new back field, developed out of nothing, sprang into prominence as a most dangerous competitor for honors against the Tigers. John O'Bri:n 217 THE 1912 COLORADOAN VVith matters running smoothly, smallpox proke out in the Law School and the games with the Aggies and the Tigersfwere postponed. The Aggies acted as men and a.ided in every manner possible to make up for the misfor- tune which had befallen Colorado. But at Colorado College it was otherwise. The squabbling and red tape which followed in an effort to bring about some satisfactory agreement, ending with a challenge on Thanksgiving Eve, which offered a solution in the case the winner of the Tiger-Denver game really wished to settle the championship dispute, will ever be a source of sorrow and regret. ' Photo by Harry M. Rhoads. With no hope of a real tryout ahead and with sore arms caused by vacci- nation, the team persevered while the second team men Worked just as con- sistently during the gloomy weeks as they had before when apslight chance for a letter had been present. Then came the Aggie game and the score of 4-1 to 0. This probably opened more eyes around the state than any other one thing, except the refusal of Colorado College to meet the ,Varsity The scor-e of DSIIXVQF against the Farmers was doubled and two points moreiwould have been the aggregate of the Ministers, and the Tigers, score against them. 218 THE 1912 COLORADOAN The Miners came back after a season of indiierence to accomplish great things in the Thanksgiving contest, but superiority won out. YVhile the boys from Golden played a game that outshone their former performances during the season, they could not stop HJawn,i, McFadden, Rich and 'cCarks,'7 and the result was 19 to 0. Denver lost the Tiger game but the latter cared little for a game With Colorado and the season ended with the postponed game unplayed and a con- sequent disappointment in the minds of every follower of athletics in the state. Had the 'Varsity been allowed to play this game there is little doubt that the same titles which were awarded to Colorado by every unprejudiced authority in the WVest would have been cinched more tightly. The Work of Coaches Folsom and Castleman and of every individual on the squad can not be too highly commended for the splendid results which were accomplished. Haraitg Eine lip John O'Brien .......................... Captain Harold Healy .... .... l' Janager John O,Rourke ....... ............... A ssistant Manager John F. McFadden ..................... Captain-Elect Ends J. Wfarner Mills, Frank Gilligan Tackles Ralph Andrus, Henry Cooper Guards John O'Brien CCaptainj, Edgerton Crouter Center Neil Davenport Quarterbacks YVarren Hartman, Lyle Bowman Halfbacks John Rich, John McFadden, Archie Heaton Fullback Earle Carmichael 2l9 Photos by Stuart Mace, Denver Times, and Harry M. Rhoads, Republican. f 5 l lj , ,, . , , , Photos by Stuart Mace and Harry M. Rhoads THE 1912 COLORADOAN Ernest Atkinson Walter' Blomgren Richard Boeke John R. Clarke Joseph Cresto Frank Crartland Frank Kemp Abraham Lawrence Henry Leisten Emery Lines Cr. V. Lonnecker Joseph Martin Uh Colorado . . . . . Colorado Colorado . . . Colorado Colorado . . . Uhr Squah James McClelland Carl Pease Edwin Pile Roy Pigg Harry Rupp Arthur Sawyer Turner Sproule Leonard Spicer Harry Stocker Cecil Van Gundy I. Leslie lfVightman James W. Wiglitman 2 Svraannki iKernrh Alumni .....11 Wfyoming .....1l Utah...... ...UH Aggies... .....19 Mines.... 222 ISIVSMIS7 BIX .I. . 1 - ' 632- f. . ! S A I - X, fm 9 0 XV 'rf ff' u ' V' E45 X xj my by 54. x J gg "Rf F' TL X-A ' I 7 f' 1 mg" ' f ' First Row--McNeil, Cooper, Taylor. Second Row-Cresto, Andrus, McFadden Third Row-Carver, Accola. ' TI-IE 1912 COLORADOAN gr Eaakri Lflall REVIEWV OF THE SEASON OF 1911 By playing a style of basketball superior to anything ever before at- tempted by a western college five, the University of Colorado basketball team, for the season of 1911, gained the distinction of being the best quintette that Colorado has ever produced. But, in spite of this fact and the grand total of 815 points scored in the sixteen games as against the 235 for its opponents, the Varsity team can not claim the championship, because that title, for the strangest of reasons, resides in the stronghold of a weaker team. For four years the Miners have won and lost a game with Colorado in the regular basketball schedule, causing the season to end with the two schools tied for the pennant. By virtue of the fact that five years ago the Miners managed to win both games and for that year acquired the undisputed right to the title, it has claimed the title each succeeding year and has been upheld in the claim. ' In the first game against the Miners at Golden, Colo- xlzt rado lost by three points, having been working under Cas- tleman's directions but one short week. Things began to run along at a different rate from this time forward, how- -"1i f ever, and the most decisive victories over the Aggies and Wfyoming were topped oif by score of 40 to 23 against the Miners in the local gymnasium. Colorado did everything in her power to induce the Miners to give the five the one chance it had certainly earned by such a showing as had been made throughout the season, but the Goldenites could easily discern on "1t' which side the jam was spread and no contests against the 'Varsity whirlwinds were desired. Calmly the Miners pointed to the team of five years before and pulled forth the claim to the championship which that team had won. Then, basking in the sunshine of those almost forgotten heroes of five years ago, the present Mines team accepted the state pennant as its own. Viewed from every other side, the season was one of the most successful the school has ever seen. Starting with a holiday trip through western Colora.do, the team won nine games in as many days, scoring 518 points while her opponents scored 118. Then came the Intercollegiate season, in which Colorado's team work and form absolutely overwhelmed that of the other teams. VV hen the 'Varsity five iinally hit its stride it was next to impossible for any team it ,met to make more than three passes with the ball before having it returned to Colorado's possession. Captain Andrus' 225 THE 1912 COLORADOAN The team was made up of a number of individual stars so trained and coached that they worked as the component parts of one large unit. Every man was a star, but it was the aid of his team mates which made his work possible. Cresto and McFa dden, who played the bulk of the games at forward, would have made any Colorado team that could have been chosen, and Carver, the utility forward, was so close to the regulars that there was but little choice. Taylor and Cooper, at center, bewildered all their opponents by the manner in which they took care of the middle man's work. The guards, headed by Captain Andrus, were responsible for the fact that many scores were not piled up by the opponents. The Work of the leader, aided by Accola and McNeil, was little short of sensational in every game, and opposing forwards did little toward increasing individual scores when pitted against any of this trio. Colorado went through the season with but one defeat, scored nearly four times as many points as its opponents, played clean, sportsmanlike basketball in every contest, and won the unanimous approval of every lover of the game in the state. Haraiig llinr lip John McFadden ................... .... P lorward ' Joseph Cresto ..... .... l Forward Ray Taylor ....... .... C enter Edward Acoola.. . . ........ Guard Ralph Andrus. . . .. ......... Guard - Henry Cooper. . . .... Center Csubj Orange McNeil .... .... G uard Csub.j Walter Carver. . . ........ ,... B 'orward Qsub.j V orricnizs Ralph Andrus. . . ........ ..... C aptain Harry Aurand ...... . . . ..... Manager Uhr Sveawnn'a iKrrnrh Colorado . . . .... 23 Mines ........... .. . . . . .26 CGoldenj Colorado . . . .... .35 Aggies . . . . .19 fBoulderj Colorado . . . .... .33 Aggies .. . . . . .17 QFort Collinsj Colorado . . . .... 27 lVyoming . . . . . .26 CLaramiej Colorado . . . .... .38 Mines ..... . . .23 CBoulderj r Colorado .. . . .... 65 lVyoming . . . . . .12 fBoulderQ 226 0 E 'I'I7 I-X UK 1 ff L f- J, wg m xmm A I-Q Fw lx, I in E, :S S 53 '45 QS' Q Q +2 E L4 I :s bl o +2 Q 'J -' o 3 :-4 2 I3-4 -1 ,A if Q 2 5: ffl E vi III tab .Q gg H 'cs Q cs E : 5 U B.: if 5 I mn? nip? MZ .:.., rg P5 5 3 02 THE 1912 COLORADOAN REVIEWV OF THE SEASON OF 1910 lVith only three old men, and one of those, Captain Hamilton, badly 4 .xgjjgjg , t , , 4z::sa,:4.g,.. ,if - w if-: , . 111'Z'T-ef-5-13::1,'.f'ZQ.'ff.,..a.2:f.1i.'"tif-2 -f"l-E35 ' - -1.2 " " :e.--xgrgzgz. 5: E fo L14 crippled, it see 1 iv in 24 v-gsm., C an 'U -v nl -. 5 III v 5 1 rr s U After three trials a cleared the bar in a inevitable thatfthe boast of Colorado, of having never been defeated by a state team, was to be no more. Opening the season with at meet against the Miners, the ,Varsity did as expected and came home with a big score of 81 to 50 against the Goldenites. Then came the meet at Colorado Springs against the Tigers. Every circumstance during the afternoon seemed to bear out the gloomy forebodings of the entire spring and the unparalleled Tiger stars were the only men who could be seen in the spectacular events. However, while the Tigers secured the glory of first places, plugging and fighting for second places won the toughest uphill race a Varsity track team ever entered, and the men who landed this meet will not soon be forgotten for the manner in which they turned a certain defeat into a most glorious victory. The third and last meet ofthe season will long be remembered as a feature affair. Although the score stood 7115 to 505 against us, it should be considered as a favor- able slioiving, and the 11910 team deserves much credit for the fight it put up against ttDad'l Moulton's stars. The feature of the day was Captain Scott of Stanford, vaulting for the last time as a college athlete, raising his own record in the pole vault by three-quarters of an inch. llowed for the attempt to break the worldls record he spectacular vault at thirteen feet and one inch. 229 Glnlnrahn-Cnlnrahn Qlnllrgr THE 1912 COLORADOAN wlllinvz-Qlnlnrahn Emil 21111221 Boulder, April 30, 1910 Event. First. Second. J Third. Record. 100-Yard Dash ..... Browning ICJ . . Hurst ICJ ........ Zwetow IMJ ..... . 10 3-5 sec. 220-Yard Dash ..... 440-Yard Dash ..... Half Mile Run ..... Mile Run .......... Two-Mile Run. .... . 120-Yard Hurdles... 220-Yard Hurdles.. Broad Jump .... .. . . High Jump. . . . .. Pole Vault ......... Shot Put ..... . .... . Hammer Throw .... Discus Throw ...... Relay Race. . .. ..... Colorado IMess Browning ICJ .... . Fitts ICJ ......... Healy IcJ ........ . Prouty ICJ ....... Prouty ICJ ....... Cai er IM J 'p ,.,.... Carper IMJ ....... R. Heaton ICJ .... Hall ICJ ......... . Jones ICJ ..,..... . Young IMJ ....... V tn Gund CJ z y I Mertes IMJ ....... inge McNeil IMJ ...,.. . Harris IMJ ..,.... Short ICJ ........ . Marshall IMJ ..... Marshall IMJ ..... Hamilton ICJ .... . Pie Langdon and Gowan IMJ Dick IMJ ........ . Knauss ICJ ...... . oung IMJ ....... Van Grundy ICJ... r, Bonner, Stirett Malcouronne ICJ .. Cowan IMJ ...... . Y Zwetow IMJ . 242-5 sec. Messinger ICJ .... . 54 sec. Kantner ICJ. Healy ICJ . .. Heaton ICJ . . Hartman ICJ Hartman ICJ 9 sec. 51 sec. 134-5 s sec. sec. 2 min. 4 min. ll m. 16 3-5 27 4-5 Wolf IMJ ........ . 20 ft. 1 in. Hight IMJ ....... . 5 ft. 6 in. Smith ICJ... Langdon IM J and Hills .... Mertes IMJ ....., . Sawyer ICJ ...... . . . . 3:45 4-5. 10 ft. 30 ft. 4 in. 108 ft. 3 in. 103 ft. 4 in. POINTS. Mines .... ............ .... 5 0 Colorado ... .... 81 Emil 11112121 1910 Colorado Springs, Bfay 7, Event. First. Second. Record. 100-Yard Dash ..... Vandemoer IC CJ ....... Browning ICJ .... . 10 sec. 220-Yard Dash ......... , Vandemoer IC CJ ....... Browning ICJ 21 4-5 sec. 120-Yard Hurdles .,..... Cary IC CJ ............. Hamilton ICJ 16 sec. 220-Yard Hurdles ....... Malcouronne ICJ ....... .Cary IC CJ ..... 27 2-5 sec. 440-Yard Run .......... . Fitts ICJ ......,. .... . Messinger ICJ .... . 54 3-5 sec. S80-Yard Run .... Jardine IC CJ .... .... S hort ICJ .... 2 min. 32-5 sec. Mile Run ...... Two-Mile Run .... ..... Pole Vault ..... Broad Jump .... ..... Jamison IC CJ.. Pollock IC CJ .... .... ...Jones ICJ ........... Vandemoer IC CJ ....... High Jump ..... ..... 1- Iall ICJ ........ Shot Put ........ .... . Kettle ICJ ...... Hammer Throw. . . . . .. Discus ......... Mile Relay ..... Cary IC CJ ..... C C IVandemoer, Van Gundy ICJ ......... Jamiso, Prouty ICJ ....... Prouty ICJ ............ . Johnston IC CJ ........ . Heaton ICJ ....... . . VVarnock IC CJ ........ . Knaiiss ICJ .......... Cary IC CJ ............ . Van Gundy ICJ ....... n, Fowler and Jardine. . . 4 min. 444-5 sec. 11 min. 9 sec. 10 ft. 22 ft. 3 in. 5 ft. 35 ft. 6 in. 112 ft. ll in. 105 ft. 6 in. Colorado Colorado POINTS. College ..... 230 57 gg , 4, , , , W . , ,, , W, ,,.,-.- W.. ...W .WH V Vg H- fam- - - -- --W WW- WW' " ' THE 1912 COLORADOAN Sianfnrh-Glnlnrahn Qual 1113221 Boulder, lllay 27, 1910 Event. 100-Yard Dash ...... 220-Yard Dash ...... 440-Yard Dash ...... S80-Yard Run ....... Mile Run. .. ..... .... Two-Mile Run. ..... . 120-Yard Hurdle .... . 220-Yard Hurdle Broad Jump .... High Jump ..... Pole Vault .......... Discus ......... First. Coleman QSD .... lVyman QS D ..... Coleman QSD .... Lee QSD ......... Lee QSD ......... Newman QSD .... Hamilton QCD .... Hamilton QCD . . . Bellah QSD ...... Houne QSD ...... sem Qsy ....,... . Bowler QCD ...... Second, Hanson QCD ...... . Messinger QCD . , Third. lVilcox QSD ....... . . Atkinson QCD . Taylor QSD ...... Fitts QCD .......,. Short QCD ........ . Kantner QCD . . Healy QCD ...... Prouty QCD ..... Stroud QCD .,.,... Malconronne QCD .. ....,.... . . Bellah QSD ....... .... ........ Heaton QCD ...... . Chase QCD ........ Hall QCD ........ Bellah QSD ...... Van Gundy QCD. Tie-Jones and .. Houne QSD.. San G1 QCD Record. 10 1-5 sec. 22 1-5 sec. 52 4-5 see. 2 ni. 61-5 sec 4 min. 53 sec 10 min. 41 see 16 sec. 27 1-5 sec. 23 ft. 45 in. 6 ft. 213 in. 12 ft. uw, in. 104 fu. 5y2 in. . . 1 ' 'y ' . . . Hammer Throw ..... VVooley QSD ...... .Van Gundy QCD... Bellah QSD .... 134 ft. Shot Put. . .. ........ Bellah QSD ....... . YVooley QSD ....., . Knauss QCD . . . 37 ft. lm in. Relay Race ..... Stanford Q1Vi1cox, Taylor, Coleman and VVYIHELIID ..... POINTS Stanford . .. ....,....... ... HM, Colorado . . . ..... . ..., .... . . . 50W liniurrzitg nf Qlnlurahn Efrark anh ilhelh Qwrnrhz Event. Holder. Record. 100-Yard Dash ...... .Johnston Q1904D, 1Varner Q1906D ........... .... 1 Osec. 220-Yard Dash ...... .Johnston Q1904D .....................,...... .... 2 21-5 sec. ' 440-Yard Dash .,.... .Kingsbury QlfVorld1s Fair, St. Louis, 190-4D .... .... 4 9 3-5 sec. 880-Yard Run ....... . Pratt Q1907D .......... , ..............,..... .... . 2 min. 32-5 sec. Mile Run ........... .Barrett QStanford Meet, 1908D .....,... .. .... 4 min. 32 2-5 sec. Two-Mile Run ....... Barrett QStanford Meet, l909D ........... ,... 1 0 min, 13 4-5 sec. Five-Mile Run ....... Barrett QDenver A. A. U. Meet, 1907D .... .... 3 0 min. 15 see. 120-Yard Hurdle ..... Hamilton QStanfor1l Meet, 1908D .........,.. .... 1 54-5 sec. 220-Yard Hurdle ..,.. Kingsbury QNebraska Meet, l904D ............ .... 2 Gsec. McCuteheon QChicago Conference Meet, 1909D ..,..... Pole Vault .... Hospe Ql908D ................................ .... 1 0 ft. ll in. High Jump ......,... Reynolds QSl3a1lfO1'Ll Mc-ct, 1908D ........ . .... .... 5 ft. 9551. Broad Jump ........, McCutcheon Ql909D ............... .... 2 2 ft. 2 in. Shot Put ............ Barr Ql909D .,........... . .... .... 4 0 ft. 9 in. Hammer Throw ..... . Discus Throw ....,.. . One-Mile Relay ...... Knowles Q1908D .... XVarner Ql905D , . . Team of 1908 ..... 131 ft. S in. 110 ft. 3 in. ,. .. 3 min. 32 2-5 sec. 232 IBIX 'iF l3 Xl- I- - I - :A f? " im E -A Dx f A A A f K First Row-Moses, Hull, Bailey, Bonner. Second Row-lVorcester Qassistant managerl, Briggs, Kemp Czrstlemzm Qcoaclij, McNeil, Matthews, Perkins fmanagerj Third Row-W7iglit1m1.n, Fawcett, Bond, Swartzlencler, Cowell THE 1912 COLORADOAN REVIEVV OF TI-IE SEASON OF 1910 Starting with a squad in which no tried ?Varsity twirler appeared and but few veterans for the other positions, Coach Castleman and Captain Matthews slowly but surely built up a team which tied with the Tigers for the Conference championship and decisively defeated its other rivals from Fort Collins and Golden. With the usual practice season over, the team went to Colorado Springs on April 9, and, in spite of being held hitless by Van Stone, won the first championship game by taking advan- tage of the Tigersl misplays. Two weeks later Golden was invaded and the Miners heaviest stick work was crowded into this contest, while the Goldenites were helpless before Bailey and Swartzlender. In the next two games these two men worked like old timers, the Aggies losing to Swartzlender 5 to 0, and the Miners taking the short end of a 7 to 0 score from Bailey. In the game which closed the season, however, the story was re- versed. Van Stone was a puzzle at all times, while the haughty Tigers caught Bailey on an Hoffll day and pounded out a one-sided victory, dividing the series with Colorado and leaving the race a tie. Individually, every player deserves comlnendation, for each played his part well. Captain Matthews, 'at second, proved a popular and eHicient leader, and, with Fawcett, Cowell and McNeil completed one of the best working in- iields Colorado baseball has seen. In the outfield Kemp, Hall and Briggs were sure and steady, while at the bat this trio delivered nearly half of the seasonis hits. To the twirl- ers, Bailey and Swartzlender, too much credit cannot be C,,,,,,i,, Mmhew, given, for, without previous 7Varsity experience, each worked through the season like a veteran. Supporting these men behind the bat uGeniev Bond proved that not all of Creorgials baseball blood flows in the veins of '4Ty'l Cobb. The little catcher held and steadied his men well, while his throwing to bases was fully respected by the enemies' baserunners in every game. 235 given a lesson on how to play the game. The lVarsity's' THE 1912 COLORADOAN Haraitg linac Zfiall Gram Ofj'rice:rs George Matthews. . . ........ ..., Q ........ C aptain Merritt Perkins. . . . . . .. .... Manager Dean Worcester ..... . . . .... Assistant Manager Team Bond ....... . . Catcher Fawcett ..... . . . Bailenv ......,. . . . Pitcher Cowell. . . . . . . Swartzlender . . . . . . Pitcher Hall. . . . McNeil ........ .... F irst Base Kemp ..... .. Matthews. . . .Second Base Briggs. Cofzzfemvzce Games At Colorado Springs, April 9, 1910. .Third Base .Short Stop . .Lett Field . Center Field Bight Field iz. rr. iz. Colorado College ...... 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-1 5 G Varsity ............. . 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0-2 0 5 Batteries: Bailey and Bond: Van Stone and Siddons. At Golden, April 23, 1910. iz. H. 12. Varsity ..,.......... 0 0 0 3 1 1 0 3 0-8 10 2 ' 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 G 0 Dil-lrles ......... . ..... N 1,4 P Batteries: Bailey. Swartzlender and Bond: Wfarren, Dugan and Brooks. At Boulder, May 12. 1910. iz. if. ia. Aggies ...... ...... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 0 1 Varsity ............. 0 1 0 O 0 2 0 2 if-5 9 3 Batteries: Jeffries. Vosler and Converse: Swartzlender and Bond. At Boulder, May 28, 1910. R. ir. ic. Mines ....... 0 U O 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 G 'S Varsitv ............. .1 0 0 2 1 1 0 2 'E-7 9 1 Batteries: Dyrentortli and Bruggernianz Bailey and Bond. At Boulder, June 4-, 1910. Ii. rr. Colorado College ..... 0 0 0 I3 1 0 5 0 1-1010 2 Varsity ......,..... .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 3 0 Batteries: Yan Stone and Siddons: Bailey and Bond. 236 Photos by C. T. Nudge and C. S. Sperry THE 1912 COLORADOAN REV IEIV OF THE SEASON wmmwm , EN NIS has reached such a stage of development during the bfi - ' past year that it may be ranked as one of the more important 'I I branches of athletics of the University. The former Associa- ll tion has been dissolved and tennis is now under the control of the Associated Students. Arrangements have been made to install four new courts on the old hockey field, and Work on them has already commenced. At present a collegiate tournament is being arranged for the year of 1911-1912. In the spring tournament of 1910 some thirty men entered the singles and there were twelve teams .in the doubles. In the finals of the singles Mills defeated Chase and in the linals of the doubles Mills and Knoettge secured the victory over Chase and Slusser. In the fall of 1910 great interest was shown, and as a result of the tour- nament Griffin defeated Chase in the singles, and Chase and Slusser Won the doubles over Griflin and Cowell. P21 PRESENT HOLDERS OF UNIVERSITY CIIAINIPIONSHIPS J. H. Gritlin ............................ . ............ Singles R. L. Chase and H. G. Slusser ........... . . .Doubles orricisizs or TENNIS R. L. Chase ..... ..........................,.... M anager G. Huntington .... ..... A ssistant Manager, 236 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Flirrahmrn Athlriirn ITH a football tea1n that would have been a match for many a College football team, the 1914 freshman class early estab- Il lished itself as possessing the fastest crowd of athletes that ll ever entered the institution in one year. Since the close of a 97 brilliant schedule on the gridiron, freshman teams have won Q equal distinction on the track and in basketball, and the men who made up the personnel of these teams bid fair to keep the standard of the athletes in the University up to a height which other state schools will find it hard to reach. East Denver High School was the first team to try conclusions against Coach Paddock's heavy first year lads and the result was a one-touchdown victory for the latter. A few weeks later, with added experience and training, the rea.l difference between the squads was shown when Q5 to O marked the score board at the close of the contest. Manual Training High School, playing a four back no quarterback game built after the Folsom method, gave the freshmen the only scare during the entire season with outside teams. Captain Nelsonis men were just twelve points better than the Denver lads, however, and won easily in the last half. After defeating the light Wfest Denver High School team by a. score of Q3 to 0, the season closed with the Sacred Heart contest, in which a defeat had been predicted for Paddock's men. All such prophecies looked sickly when the track meet was over, and the freshmen celebrated the 56 to 3 victory at the Sophomore Barbecue that evening. 239 THE 1912 COLORADOAN In addition to tl1e distinction won by defeating other schools, tl1e freslnnen tea111 was the real 111621115 of tur11i11g out tl1e Varsity squad which won three cl1a111pionsl1ip titles. Paddock trained a squad of 111911 who were Very little lighter than the regulars Ellld wl1o were playing under a11 entirely dilferent systein. The nightly encounters between the two squads tliroughouti the first two-tl1irds of tl1e season played a wonderful part in tl1e deVelopn1e11t of the fQ2l111 work and speed of Colorado's great football 111i'lCl1l116. In tl1e annual ga111e against tl1e SODl101I1OI7bS, the fresl1111en suffered their only defeat. After being out of ffflllllllg for several. weeks the squad faced tl1e eleven 111ade up of seco11d squad H1611 wl1o had re111ai11ed at work up until the ti111e for tl1e contest and tl1e second year boys won at S to O. Halfbacks. . . Quarterbacks. . . Fullbacks. . . Ends ..... Tackles. . . Guards. . . Center. . . FRESH BIAN LINE-'U P . . .Nelson fclillbtillllb, Pigg, Teter . . . . . . . . . . . . .lDO11OVil.1l, Smith . . . .DOXX'Ill1lg. C. Knowles, Ham ..Ricl1ie, Parkl1ill, Stead, Lannon . . . .Lavi11gton, Alexander, lVl1eeler ....Gregg, Redd, E. Knowles, Sells Ecliel 'F' o 240 THE 1912 COLORADOAN itigh Svrhnnl Bag The Ninth Annual Track and Field Meet of May 14, 1910, added another the ninth day, to the list of successful High School Days. lVhile over two hundred and fifty contestants were matching brawn and muscle in the morning preliminaries, the Whole University was outdoing itself in entertaining the High School visitors. Every department of the University had something of interest to show to the High School students. In the afternoon the events came oil' with a snap and every contestant was on his mark at the crack of the gun. The athletes were well matched and manyiState records again went by the board. The officials, headed by Prof. O. C. Lester, as faculty representative, and John T. O'Brien, as student mana.- ger, gave most efficient service, and the grounds were clear of unotlicial repre- sentatives and waiting contestants. Both grandstands were 'ipacked to the roofw with the cohorts from thirty-tive High Schools. Throughout the after- noon and part of the morning the University Band and bands from several nearby towns lent harmony to the occasion. , The Interseholastic Oratorical and Literary Contest of the evening of the 13th deserves special mention. An excellent list of orations and essa.ys was given. This part of the day promises to become of greater interest each year. All railroads ran special trains and the State resounded with the songs and yells of the guests of the University of Colorado. The interest taken in High School Day by students of the accredited High Schools tells us that the event was well worth while to both the visitors and the University. 7 241 L L THE l9lZ COLORADOAN Svummarg nf 'iiurnin First. Second. Third. Fourth. Record. Event. 100-Yard Dash .... Ley, Prep ..... . 220-Yard Dash .... Ley, Prep ..... . 120-Yard Hurdles. Vincent, Prep. . 220-Yard Hurdles. Beck, Manual. . 440-Yard Dash .... Cheese, C. Spgs. SSO-Yard Run .... . Hobson, N. Den. One Mile Run .... .Smitl1, N. Den. High Jump .... . Pole Vault ....... Discus . . . . . Broad .lump ..... Shot Put ..... . . . Hamm er Relay .......... Gladstone, . Greeley .... . Gregg, Longnft .IGregg, Longi n Roberson, . Glenwood . . Scruby, Lon gin, 't t Scruby, LOl1g11'l7t .. Prep. ..... . . lVic'kofi', M'nual Ireland, Prep. .. Donovan, Long't H. Beck, Man'l. Mahannah, Pr'p Smith, N. Den. Hobson, N. Den. D a v i S, Monte Vista, and Gimere, Pueb' lo, tied ...... House, Prep. . . Georgetta, Prep Balch, Greeley. llloods, Salida. Prouty, N. Den. Longmont .... . lfreland, Prep. .. lVickoli', Mlnual l-louse. Prep. . . Dunn, Ft. Col.. McKinney, Greeley. . XV. Dillinger, Longmont. XV. Dillinger, Longmont . ... Bradley, E.Den. YV i d enhammer, Glenfd Spgs.. and YV e b e r, Littleton, tied Scruby, Longm't Shotwell, E.Den. Koch, Aspen. . . Blllgll21Tl,LOV6,fl Manual ...... . Nelson,Longm't Koch, Aspen. . . Beck, Manual.. Metcalf. Prep. . lVard, Prep . ... Keating. Pueblo Mclieown. Ft. Collins. .. Frantz, Longmt Powers. B'hton. DeBeque, North Denver ...... . Johnson. North DCl1N'Cl' ...... . Koch, Aspen. . . Wlest Denver... 10 l-55. 23 2-55. lo 26 3-535 53 2-5s-.ii 2111.8 l-5s. 4111.-LS 3-5s 5ft.9y5in. 10 ft. Sl in. llfl ft. 2lft.3lf3in 5lI't. Elin? l7lft.linli 1.37 flat. V'New interseliolastic records. Final Score- mont, 30155 North Denver, 215 Manual, 143 Greeley, lil, Glenwood Springs, 615, Colorado Springs, 53 Aspen, 45 Pueblo, 3155 Fort Collins, 3, Salida, 3, East Denver, 215, Monte Vista, 25, Loveland, 2, Littleton, IW, Brighton, l. Prep., 33, Long 2-13 THE 1912 COLORADOAN 511 raternitiva Delta Tau Delta ...... .. Sigma Alpha Epsilon .... . . Beta Theta Pi ....... .. Alpha Tau Omega. . . . . Phi Delta Theta .... .. Sigma Nu ........... .. Sigma Phi Epsilon ..... Acacia .....,........ . . Beta Kappa QLoc-ali . . . . . Theta Psi fLoa-alj .,.. ., Friars QLocalj ................. . . Omega Upsilon Phi fMeclicalj ..... . . Phi Delta Phi QLegalJ .......... .. Alpha Chi Sigma Qtlhemiealj .... .... Phi Rho Sigma fB'T6Cllf'2lll ..... .... Phi Alpha Delta QLegalj ...... .... Delta Sigma Rho fD8btltlI1gl .... .... 245 1883 1891 1900 1901 1902 1902 1901 1911 1909 1911 1911 1909 1907 1908 1909 1909 1910 B First Row--Copps, Messiuger, Shattuck, Rich, Uliery, Edgar, Huffsniith. Second Row-Archibald, Hart, Harley, Elwell, Ritter, Briggs, L. Hart, Lockhart. Third Row-Lewis, Gould, Parks, Leech, Carr, Leavens, YVeber, Irwin, Philpott. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Brita Elan Evita BETA KAPPA QSHAPTER. Henry C. Andrew Harry P. Gamble Leslie O. Hawkins Harold P. Martin Victor I. Noxon Frank C. West Frank L. Moorlirad Philip G. Worcester Alvin L. Pcebles Arnniy B. Edgar 1883 A Fl'l'Cltl'C'S in lfrbe E. C. Eokharclt Fmtws inf Fnrulzfute Valentine ll. Fischer James A. Gillin Edwin J. Ingram Edward CL Mason L-ew C. Tyler llic-hard H. Whiteley Gorclen Glenn lra M. DeLong Flay E Giliin Fl'Cltt7'PS in. Uv'l'l?:'Uf'VSl'tfl.lll SICNIORS Lawrence W. Mvssinger Alfred P. Briggs John D. Rich James A. Philpott Louis I. Hart WV. B. Irwin Lucien H. Shattuck John G. Park Edward T. Leech Walter Weber Fred L. Ullery A. Piatt. Hart JUNIORS Ralph L. Carr SOPHOMORES Chauncey S. Copps FRESTIMEN Cyrus W. Poley C. Otis Hu tsznitli Carl A. Ritter E. Glenn Archibald George 'I'. Harley Glen F. Lewis John J. Gould Kenyon K. Leavens Clifton M. Miller Correy Gates Robert Alexander Lyman F. Elwell 247 First Row-Eglee, Stemen, Burket, Andrus, Shaw, VVheatley Downer, VValdo, Burkhard, l4'ar1'is11, R. Talbot. Second Row-Varney, McClelland, Garlinghouse, VV. Smith, Cuniiingliarn, Crowder, Matthews, Raymond, L. Talbot Carney. - Third Row-I. VVightn1an, Savage, P. Smith, YVright, Bronson Stenhouse, Sherrill, P. Jones, J. lhfightinan, Cassell. J YI-IE 1912 COLORADOAN Sigma Alpha iipailnn COLORADO CHI CHAPTER, George S. Downer George A. Crowder Ralph R. Andrus Fred W. Varney E. Percy Eglee. Joseph O. Savage 1891 Frazter in Faruizwfe Adolph G. Pierrot Fra.t1'es fin. Universizfczte SENIORS George Matthews Arthur J. Cunningham James W. Wightman JUNIORS Earl E. Wright I. Leslie Wightman Harold N. Raymond SOPHOMORES H. Merritt Stenhouse Walter Burlchard James R. McClelland Clinton C. Carney Lawrence D. Talbot Ralph D. Waterman Don Bronson Jay Parrish FRIZS 'lMEN Robert. S. Burket Wayne Smith Walter H. Wheatley Ralph E. Talbot George H. Shaw David C. Stemen Paul V. Smith Samuel B. Sherrill Papal Jones Edgerton ' Orouter Alfred F. Garlinghouse ' M ' fe' I Magma' me f ' 4. ay, 9 ga p, :Q ,N fa ,576 1525 .50 fag.. X .swf .e ..,.' -' f'+:4w:'.ea-,uw Y.: .ww :f ir' fe 4 .- wa x ' , V -an as-wfvf. 12-fn. f ' 4. fx4a'5a'63gv?ag.f.w- s '- " 2 -- t ' - 'A X 24 1 52 f- f x-M . -. . .1,.-...m ari - Silfiw ' ,'fff QL ' A V "' . . T V , ' . .,.,.,, . . N .aw vayawf--9-4' f- .,f r- I A r... ., ,l2fa.5g1i 4' - ww f .- -12 iw ,J 3 3 J . .. f.. ,N .M mi r . Xie 5' 4 SM 2 A 6 Q- 1 0 r , ,fu , H 4 e, N fa f , , ,W 4 ,gm f oy i X Wa ,Q ss ,wt 5 WW R. 1, , im AE r ,fi D . FW :fa ,. , " W ya.. - f 5 N' ff X Yr ,, ef .5 f, . , 1 .4 fi - . 12 'W:-1f'- w:s'2a'w1 ' '-9' s -ibn NL'-'55f'E5'27, A.-if 'CTI' 74" 7 "' 'U W 'L-. -- , ...:..,,11. un, . ...a.:n,:...:..-...,..--'gzr rf -+ i-. --- v .-Q-ma:-zz-.2 1-' to W 2 '41 P W ff 7,3 -" ' W " - -i ' ' '+f:,.' ' . FS .P Ti- 5' ., . . f. 1. , .,..am- -+, wafer-fa .4 m4.f.,. ami-a . , '-if -'Q ' -f.3r'ZE 'ff "Jef iff flv-553241-13 '-2:c12ZwJU2.mu 3,122',K1'E-Y v .. .. ., . ,.,.,, W ..,, 4 .,, M, f .e m .A-.-.:f1A.?:rsz.::amz: " H fear:-:aaaar:.a:-z1rz:'-'--'- z:a..7f:-:inf -' .,-. 1 .1.p...A V- K. .1-wr..-.1 .-.-,, V 1.1.-4.-.111 ,, H, -. V Q-f-A-w':Lt:..1.':.1 , 1 . .V 'ff- - z, ,D ?' 0, 249 ' f ffwsw First Row-G1'iI'fin, Brown, Lavington, Morrill, Bedortlia. Second Row-Flynn, Mitchell. Boeke. E. Knowles, C. Knowles Kemp, Clifford, Stililer. Tliird :ROXV-VVllltS0ll, Daniels, F. Cowell, Solberg, Cragin Cowles, Redd, Barrows. Fourth Row-E. Cowell, Kingslzmnd, Brinker, Ratlivon, Ellis. Huntington, W7ellive1', Hill, Stearns. THE 1912 COLORADOAN iiivta Elyria Iii BETA TAU CHAPTER A. C. Patton F. C. Armstrong Benjamin C. Sharp Neil B. McKenzie Frank H. Wolcott 1900 Fmtres in Urbe Joseph B. Morrill U. L. Andrews Fred L. White Glen F. Mott W. G. Lovelace Fl'fItI'f'8 'IJIL FKLC'lLZ7f6Llf0 ll"l'1lJEHGj' C. Huntingi Fratrcfs in L7'1zvluev's-italic Franklin W. Cowell Frank A. Hill Martin L. Stitfler Erl H. Ellis Frank A. Kemp, Jr. Harold P. Cr-agin George W. Welliver Joseph B. Salberg Nathaniel P. Bathvon Edwin R. Kingsland Edward W. Cowell Robert L. Stearns Leon Fi. Lavington snmons Ralph L. Brown John S. Barrows Louis A. Mitchell JUNIORS Glen l-I. Huntington Hay E. Clifford Edward S. Flynn Waller C. Brinker, J sornonorans Mentor B. Daniels Richard M. Boeke Lutlier E. Bedortha John L. Tregellas rnnsfritnn Charles N. Knowles, Jr. V,A, . ,,,, .V Glenn H. Whitson John H. Grifhn Samuel B. Redd Edward G. Knowles James H. Cowles .- ' . 251 l' First Row-Chastain, Banks, R. Drinkwater, Accola, McLauthf lin, Crisnian, O7Brien, Naugle, Moulton. Second Row-XV. Bailey, Kelley, H. Drinkwater, Kennedy, Sibbalcl, Fowler, Titus, Barbrick. Third Row-Mills, Grabill, R. Bailey, Pierce, Vincent, VVoods, Mosher, Lubers, Taylor. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Alpha Elan Obmvga GAMMA LAMBDA CHAPTER 1 901 F1'nirf.s in L' rb e Horace B. Holmes Charles Gross Frazier' in Facukate Fred E. Hagen Fra,trcs in U7Z17:'U01'S7:fCtfG snxions Lee Frazer Banks Ray R. Taylor Carl A. McLauthlin Victor C. Moulton J. Warner Mills, Jr. ' JUNIORS Ralph G. Grabill Edward C. Aceola Clarence O. Crisman Robert R.. O,Brien Jack M. Mosher Russel R. Drinlcwater Soriroiroliizs Benjamin E. Naugle Harold P. Drinlqwater Warner D. Bailey llilion V. Palier Raymond Bailey FRESHMEN Roy L. Potter Charles C. Woods Garvin D. Chastain . John T. Barbrick Leo P. Kelley William Pierce Esbon Titus lVendell Vincent Kenneth A. Kennedy Garth Sibbald Eugene P. Fowler lft '. G' , or ,e'. . Ella ... .. ,. . 5 , , i f 253 Front Row-Leach, Snyder, E. Carmichznel, Micldaugli, lVal - lace, -BOttlll1fl, DesBrisay. , Second Row-Kimbrough, XV. Pigg, Reynolds, Moses, Bonnell XV. Richie, XVO1'ClSNVO1'tll, Milliken. Third Row--F. Pigg, Hamslior, J. Richie, Gunclrnin. Bowler Clmnipion, Lamb, Morris, Hill. THE 1912 COLORADOAN ElHhi Evita Elheta COLORADO ALPHA CHAPTER 1902 Fratres -in Urbe Dr. L. O. Rodes Rev. James C. Jacoby Rev. A. L. Ward J. P. Maxwell Edward Hubbard 11l7'Cl?f'6l' in .Pl66C'L6ZZfC6Zf6 John D. Fleming Fraircs in Umlfversitate SENIORS Herbert. E. Bonnell IE. li. Carinichael G. S. DesBrisay , John L. 1-Iamsher J. Graham Lamb E. Tyndall Snyder Otho E. Youtsey Sidney M. Morris JUNIORS Frank Bottum P. W. Carmichael C. Ernest Hill G. E. Kimbrough Ren L. Thurman George A. Pierce Richard W. Gundrum Wilfred L. Pigg sorrromonns Joseph C. Rogue ' Winthrop W. ,Leach A. E. Middaugh Raymond G. Moses W. W. Wallace FRESHMEN James R. Bowler R. D. Champion Eugene Milliken E. B. Pigg James K. Richie Morton M. Taubman E. Lyle Wadsworth rrnnons Robert Smith J anics Reynolds 255 First Row--Coopor, Pile, Stocker, Berry, Preston, Curtis, Guth- rie. Second IQOXV-xV2I,lk81', Sells, lVate1's, Lunisden, Rhode, Wilson, Johnson. Third Row--Greedy, Vv6StG1'l'l1HII, R. Smith, Donovan, Bond, Cook, Lummis, Alsop. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Sigma Nu GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER lilllid F'ralv'c's in Urlye E. C. Guthrie D. S. Hamilton Fratres in Facilitate Oliver C. Lester l-larry A. Curtis Dr. O. S. Fowler Dr. John Andrew, Jr Earnest L. Williams Fratfres in Univcwsiiczte SENlORS Earnest C. Rhode Harry A. Aurand Frank B. Howe David LQ. Curtis Harry S. Stocker Oliver C. Wilson Edwin C. Pile George R. Alsop Charles B. Johnson Edward S. Cook Paul V. Greedy Frank A. Lumsden Charles H. Sells Leslie C. Westerman J UNIORS Eugene A. Bond FRESHMEN C. Belmont Preston Herbert C. Lummis Paul B. Guthrie Don W. Walker Henry S. Cooper Patterson A. Waters Robert N. Smith John T. Donovan Charles B. Berry Kenyon S. Engle 257 First Rowe-finboe, Bailey, Dnnklee. ilimiiielxl. VV. I-Iartmnn Bleznsdale, McFadden. Second Row-Cargo, Bloingren, White. Prouty. XV. I-Izu't1nzx11 R. Heaton, Fawcett, Boeek. Third Row-Doerner, Sproule, Culver, A. Heaton, Odluxn, Leis- ten, Rowen, Atkinson, Brace, THE 1912 COLORADOAN Sigma IBM 'Epailnn COLORADO ALPHA CHAPTER 1904 F 2f'ate1' i 12. Urbe John M. Meikle F 1'cm"cs 2772. Faculfazfe Wilf1'ecl WV. Robbins Guy NV. Smith Paul M. Dean Fratres in U1ziz.'c1'si2fczte SENIORS Edward V. Dunklee George TV. Culver George J. Bailey Charles D. Fawcett TVinifred L. Frouty JUNIORS Turner L. Sproule John C. lVarkley Henry A. Doerner Albert A. Boeek TVa.rden N. Hartman soPHoMonEs Archibald B. Heaton John F. McFadden Porter H. Brace Wrarren P. Hartman Floyd B. Odlum Louis G. Bradfleld Martin L. Saboe Ralph M. Rowen Walter E. Blomgren Robert YV. Cargo Henry P. Leisten Thomas E. Atkinson Raymond J. TVhite Ross Heaton FRESHDIEN Raymond Melton John Bleasdale Carl Tyler 731 First ROKR'-D81'l1R111, Moulton, Blakey, Rice, Dunklee, Clarke, Wfaldo, Beebc, Staub. Second Row-Hagen, Mugrage, VVells, Grabill, DeLong, Cul'- reus, Newton, XVZl,tG1'l1OllSG, P5LI'kllll1'St. Third Row-Unseld, Purdy, Robertson, Harlow, Hunter, J. R. Brackett, XV. B1-ackett, Xlloods, Parrish, Stuver. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Armin ALEPH GIMEL CHAPTER 1911 Jlembers -in City Henry O. Andrew J. Wilson Currens Charles O'Connor Arthur A. Parkhurst J. Raymond Brackett Lawrence W. Cole Milo G. Derham Fred E. Hagen John A. Hunter JfemZ2w's in. Faculty Harland C. Woods William R. Braekett Ira M. DeLong Russell D. George William P. Harlow Eugene H. Robertson Members in L'1ziuc1's'izfy Boland P. Blake Edward V. Dunklee DuFay B. Rice John D. Beebe Ralph G. Grabill Edward R. Mugrage 0 oheldon P. Purdy Walter J. Staub SENIORS William B. Waldo JUNIORS J o-hn F. Parrish SOPHOMORES SPECIALS John B. Clark Victor C. Moulton 1 Harry S. Stocker Marcus A. Blakey John E. Waterhouse Edward K. Newton Henry W. .Stuver George Pg Unseld 2' Qffffif'I:E5:5,53521:Z5iilS15::5?S1ff551?ff5fIfi: ff5i:'.S:3EZ-5537 5' if ""1 1 'f ffi..-55 f'Zi5"'-?f .51-:5aisaaagf:15-soz:.2:'2si":1:eok2'1r1'2.Z:z:rfS:5:s:1:'ia1r :r5::1F2z:i:1e:,-1:'r""--1':Ir-x-s.1:'5:.1:.:-1'-I-iw' 1:i+-.1:--1Y'- -'-'-"dv 'NX i- 1-'2-::wf:-'C:QE-.-fs2:4-:",1-4'11wxrs-1552:34-..1.'-r:1.f:::1-:::5... ,.1,:.:--111.1'zfri-5:-51:221.1'--eff.:-:i.iE::2f.-,,. 'fi-ff"-:J '4'2i"4"'t-'-35-iii "ff-'Z -1-1' 1- :Ii 555 'I' -f :Q-,fu my g,fg5 :,:.5:55 5:ii,.:5v.V:E:l.:..,f.::,.-V-5. :--:-3:51 .if .- -V :iw -1 -K ll.: I ig- -rf 4-f.':J'f:'.wf.f'- 39117Es:--ii"fvrrvfz-:z:-'5'?? " + '- ,. '1-Z.,-If 15,5131 . at . A .:.,3.,7j ,,A,3.53g--,L'.'3,-wi ,gi'g3:j ,.. 1-:V-li:-.r5.":-5 -155 :ff 1-f -' r ,V ' -, '- u 23:-:'ZtU: for 1:1225-j'1"f' ' -4-Wav. 2'if5-22:54-:L 14:--21 1:-: 4-. ..1:4-5,211-I wr 'aw . 1'- ' i if ji 1 I .- fllllllelllfllllmrlv .4 ,..,...,. I ., ..,.. . it .. . .... -- .- 1, E.5Q3.X5g! if 33' - 'Quai g1Igr:f5?Aig,5.y lima 1 -. - ,xy . , -1... - , . 43QiQ1f,,-': 1. is: -1 .'ef1.f:', -v ,-.--1 . xv .,... -, JK A o-,.,: A ,V-' 4.., G ,.1. . , zgagea-.,..xa K -' -if ' igyfg ...Q If . . , .-gr 1:'S'gTfpH:-"Yagi, ,V 2f5::E.-seem-.r ' '- 1-'w5n.4.4...g 261 S First ROW--'1'IlllSC2Ll11P, McNeil, Nafe, Rowland, Healy, Fetch SOI1. Second Row-Parrish, Campbell, Rohwer, Kelley, Mayne, Da- vis, l5f,01ll. Third Row-Thompson, Parklxill, Seaman, Belding, Ecternaclm, Storer, lVolff, Remington, Hinds. THE 1912 COLORADOAN George Norlin Russell D. George John Paul Nafe Todd C. Storer Fred W. Davis Earl L. Mayne Dean J. Wolff Jay M. Rowland William P. Stein Lloyd G. Tho-rnpson Henry C. Huisezunp Norman E. Hinds Will i lun B. Ry 21 n 'QD 3152121 iiappa LOCAL 1909 f?7'Clf7'C'S in Urbe .Xrtliur A. Parkliuret Wfillizun Porter Nelson Frutres in. Facrzzltate Z'll'llt1'l'S in U1'l'lL't'13S'l'lflfG SENIORS Orange McNeil J Uxrons Bernard J. Seenian soriioiroluis Charles Doughtv. Jr. FRIZSWMEN Milo G. Derliani .l anies C. Todd OllY61'S.RQ1l'1l1'1gtO11 Harold H. Healy John F. Parrish George X. Rohwer Verne Eotcrnaeli Claude M. Campbell Ralph Belding Forrest H. Kelley Forbes J. Parlzliill David W. Peterson Seoville R. Cook K if we ' -3 ,v.,1'flh 1 ,fy W E fu.: , fi M le.. lg' Jwfsuflfzwig f J, f X 4 i- 1 EE ?T,.T......,,..:...,,.T,... K I. I U A I I I , lp fi ' , n f 43.119 ..l"Tig -' -,z 5 ,' i rf- . -ff ' , Tin 41' 5 in . ' ' 5' fzfrfg. 5 Fpf-.5 -:if -Mhz. ' ,we l I nipqq., Sami" .-rp, W- I ' V ff-fel-,3',,.'-Iz.:f:5-.12e2:'f?51.2121 .---Q' , K ,-fi. of ., ' ev , ..,..,-ef. .Lg-. L. , . 1' ,X Y. . vwrv.-73. 421, gg,Af,f,., 5 1-1-:.Z.mQb'F'-.- 'irq 'Z,L.5zf 1 vi' 4:5-"Q1:fE:'15:1S:::.i'12L 5-Tre. -Ive'-1"11, f' I-iw.. m i . 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W , ,-1 . r. 1' ,f V, :1 V - rf e ':..y?:91fc-" 4'1'.Zj" i, . l W ' ' ' ' "1Qf"' ' fag, Wy:vg9"fi"-i", 52 " ,0 A, 'Z Q, , Vi?-',--ng 5 , 'F 1 , . H .-A V ,.. .. 1.-P-"5'51T23f.r 1' if ' .gf .1 , '. " 'N 1 3 . 5: , ffl" ' ".2-'-.nm . Q .- .. 'a fl,-i . if -' -'L-at -sf.: - ' " -- .. . - ' if " Rf if . '- 4 g.g'- . SJ: l1fH5"' ' ' ,5-, fm: . , - 'r QW, .q.f,115,?fq:Fg-,f.gg-ini., -' . ' I , " 112 , - ' -- - -:-J -:.- -rf.-f " ., ' ' , ,,,' -Q, .3 1, - L, 'Y--2"'.:'-Q':"'-tang -Ax ...xl ...J -P-,.,.f.',.5E? f 2.1-I-5'-iferl-KA..-v-,if s P- ' 1 f.me-1..f.T.1.:Ef . teiiw, - ..J2e:A.?Mvvfw- . .. -1. 263 First Row-Foster, Toby, Madden, Baird, Clark, Marvin, Ea ton. Second 'Row--Bacon, Place, Slusser, Chase, Englebach, Mellon nell, Royce, Lynch. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Elheia Hai fLOCALD 1910 Iloavozwry lllembw' Guy Foster P77"ClZf7'CS in L77'Lil'6l"SiZL6lZLG Reginald L. Chase Cornelius J. Marvin Clarence L. Royce Edwin B. Place VVillia1n A. Lynch SEN IORS Maurice Madden JUN IORS Albert B. Eaton sornomonns Ha rry Toby . FRESHM EN Bentley B. Bacon Horace G. Slusser A. Artlnu' Engelbach Hunter McDonnell Paul R. Jakway Earl R. Baird 265 ii1:.gir.a:.v, - - - First Row--Lichty, O,ROl11'kG, YVELTLI, Puffer, Loupe, Swart- wood, Brown, Erickson. Second Row-Allen, Tarball, Miller, Ashley, Simpson, Swayne Stone, Johnson. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Zllriara QLOCALD 1911 f'l1'CtZll'l'S in U11i1'61'.s'ifczt6 onAo1r.xTE SCHOOL Rodney A. Puffer snmons Alexander L. Johnston .F1'2l11k L. Brown Bernard M. Erickson Clifford H. Stone .1UN1oRs John B. O'Rourke Carl T. Lichty SOPI-IOMORES Robert R. Tarbell Marvin J. Simpson George YV. Swain Herbert Miller Tl1o1n11s C. Ashley FRESHDIEN Harold P. Swartwoocl Vslalter R. Loupe Frank D. Allen Paul YV. 'Ward Faye N..Floycl .'.' ,.,.'. Q. f' 1,f,"!fll'V .:5v1 fkf1f?Q,:" X"-553125, 1.12 :3'?3'gj.- ' ' ,ffl-2Sf",i.E5'f.?5'-:z' " ,- ' f-fffaaZ?Z5'Ifi'f'. -'-' f 752'llfilfivfl-:5"'geff l -3.1, v'.-, '51f:f'e? ,'.- '-'l lgafffff "-, 53.5 -, ' .- ,..., ,.,, . 1 '- '. ' "-", g 1' "1-,- ,JV 7.1. 1.55.1-..l'1.,f,,l:,,g 267 4. . First R.ow--Czilloway, Reed, Hill, Stuver, Mitchell, Bouslog Nordby. Second IKOWV--VVOOflXV2,1'Ll, Swartz, Symon, Mosher, Streamer, Mugmge, Newton, Kiudall. X Third ROW-Sclioen, Haskell, Cecchini, Rapp, Ashbaugh, House, Smith, Hotchkiss. SOPIIOBIORES ' THE 1912 COLORADOAN Gbmega Hpailnn 1511i ETA CHAPTER 1900 Fmfrcs in Fawulfatc Oscar M. Gilbert Wfalter XV. Reed Eugene H. Robertson lValter XY. lVasson Ross C. Wfhitman Charles F. Andrew Clough T. Burnett Jacob Campbell George H. Cattermole Frmfz-'es in ZvI'Zil'6l'SifClZLC' Roy Ashbaugh Augustine Cecchini Edward Haskell C. Ernest Hill lValter K. Hotchkiss Lloyd E. Kindall Edward K. Newton VV. Otis Calloway Louis C. House Alvin McMahon Leo B. Cohenour FRESHENIEN Edward Mugrage Fred Nordby John H. Rapp Robert M. Shea lvilliam G. Simon Henry Stuver Fred Swartz W7 alter F. Mosher llfalt-er Reed Robert J. Smith Charles Streamer 269 First Row-McFadden, Vvzmldo, XVi1son, Downer, Kemp Knouse, Crouter, Cunningham. Second Row-Saboe, Bonner, Bailey, Andrus, Crowder, Snyder Bonnell, C. Wfilson. Third Row-Mills, Bond, Odium, 1fi111bl'0Llgll, Carr, Lockhart Morris, Talbot, Pierrot, THE 1912 COLORADOAN IBM Evita ldhi LEGA L FHATERNITY THOMAS CHAPTER .John D. Fleming William H. Pease E. Tyndall Snyder Herbert F. Bonnell Adolph G. Pierrot George S. Downer 'Quentin D. Bonner George C. Bailey Oliver C. Wilson George F. Kimbrough Frank A. Kemp Jr. John F. McFadden Ferd J. Lockhart Lawrence D. Talbot 1907 l?'rcrvf1'f's: inf Facultate lf'rf1z'1'es Ln. U7liUU7'51'IiClfd SENIORS J UNIORS FRES '-INTEN Eugn ne A. Bond Albert A. Reed Fred G. Folsom A. J. Cunningham Clifford A. Wilson Sidney M. Morris W. L. Knouse William B. Waldo George A. Crowder Ralph L. Carr Ralph R. Andrus Martin L. Saboe J. Warner Mills Jr Arnold A. Odlum Edgerton Crouter 271 First Row-Ekeley, Curtis, Beebe, VV01'C6St61', Howe. Second Row-Doerner, Dean, Rohwer, Lamb, Cragin, Briggs THE 1912 COLORADOAN Alpha Qlhi Sigma Prof. John B. Ekeley Prof. R. C. Whitman E. Percy Egleo Philip G. Worcester John D. Beebe Alfred P. Briggs Harold P. Cragin Harry A. Doerner CHEMICAL FHATERNITY ETA CHAPTER 1908 HONORARY MEMBERS GRADUATE MEMBERS ACTIVE MEMBERS ffl! H. F. Watts A. J. Guerber Harry A. Curtis Paul Dean Frank B. Howe J. Graham Larnb Charles Poe George N. Rohwer First Row-Eglee, BICL3.'Lltll1iI1, Burket, Stiffler, Edgar, Taylor Second Row-Stenhouse, Talbot, Cary, Archibald, Poley, Phil pott. TI-1151912 COLORADOAN 1511i ifihu Sigma Dr. Queal Dr. Harlow Dr. Peebles Dr. Neuhaus A mmy B. Edgar Robert S. Burket H. Merritt Steulrouse Carl Mellauthlin E. Glen Archibald' Henry S. Cooper MEDI CAL FRA'1'ERN IT1' PSI CHAPTER 1909 P71't'lf7'U8 in .FflL'ZlZfCLYf0 Dr. Corwin Fmtres 1111, U11z've1'sitate SENIORS JUNIORS James A. Plulpott SOPHOIVIORES Robert S, Talbot FRESIIMEN Andrews Dr. Dr. Delehanty Dr. Elder Dr. Lyman Cyrus W. Poley E. Percy Eglee Martin L. Stifler Ray R. Taylor Albert B. Boeck Guy C. Cary First Row--Nafe, Liclmty, Erickson, Storey, Bottum, Parrisli Barbrick, Beeler. Second Row-Venables, Hinman, Healy, O:R0ll1'k6, O'B1-len Milliken, Kelley, Giaeoniini. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Idhi Alpha Evita LEGAL FRATERNITY GUNTER CHAPTE 1910 Fmtrcs in U rbe Melvin C. Goss Arthur A. Parkllursl R F1-atrcs in U1z17'ue1's-iziate , SENIORS B. Malcolm Erickson JUNIORS Frank H. Bottluu Raymond J. Venables John B. O7Rourke John F. Parrish FRESFIMEN Todd C. Storer J. Paul Nafe John T. Barbariek Lawrence L. Giucomini 7 Louis F. Beelei' Ren L. Thurman Robert O. O'Brien Carl T. Liehty Harold H. Healy Eugene Milliken Leo P. Kelley Morton M. 'Pnubman Lee VVeinberger Pierrot Dunklee ' Banks F. Odlum A. Odlum Seeman THE l9l2 CQLORADOAN Evita Sigma Elm DEBATING FRATERNITY UNIVERSITY or COLORADO L. Frazer Banks Edward V. Dunklee R. Emmet Lee Arnold Odlunm Fred Anderson 1910 ACTIVE MIIMBIIIIS ALUMNI Merritt Perkins 279 CHAPTER Eloyd Odlum Adolph C. Pierrot Bernard J. Seeman Herman Weinberger Philip VanCise THE 1912 COLORADOAN Prof. Prof Prof. Prof. Prof Prof Prof Gbmvga lipailnrf lihi DELTA CHAPTER? F wires John M. Foster Edward F. Dean Henry- Sewall Wlillialn H. Davis 'William J. Rothwell Charles A. Powers Howell T. Pershing Edward R. Mugrage R. WV. Arndtn G. K. Ohnstead Tracy R. Love Charles A. Powers I. B. 1898 in F acultate Prof. Prof. Prof. Prof. Prof. Prof. Prof. Edward C. Hill Sherman G. Bonney George B. Packard Wfilliani A. Jayne Wlilliam C. Mitchell Samuel B. Childs Frost C. Buchtell lohn C. Herrick Cyrus C. Pershing Edward WV. Lazell M. E. Preston Frederick A. Davis Perkins T. E. Carmody F wires in U niversitate sEN1oRs R. WV. Caine H. M. 'Pahlas Wf H. Peltier I E. J. Rhoades JUN1oRs R. L. Bosworth H. S. Bussey C. TV. Davis TV. C. Finnoff WV. P. Hodnett T. C. Horton L. A. Hubbard L. A. Likes T. Reiss R. F. Sheldon A. P. Tobin Chapter at the University of Colorado Medical School, Denver 280 TI-IE 1912 COLORADOAN ,, . ln o 7 01 'AQ f 'f?Ziv5eI"" Ahlxx I yff?,,. O gm X V" WWA iff my Max H ,ljtfwf IKEA In ,q???2j.:1512 U f I . fWg4,,,:,.,,'f I QQ? ' '- " 1 .- fy 5:54 .9,.,L I 0 45? ,f 7 I 2' f " - f N 4 vf, 4 762,71 : fm " 1, W fl 1 ' 1 If 'lf mf' K 6256- ' :"".,' ,f If .1 Eff: I .rivx-vu. mg-- . yniiun , gg-fqi., :fa-' 2.12: 'gg' Ag. Arnold A. Odlum, 2 X Charles S. Sperry, A 111 Clayton Parkhill, K 2 Henry Wfoodward, A K E Ina M. Spalding, K A Q9 If TW 'Q 0 AY! X: xv L I A X O W, .q4W4,5xqk I WW 'Qllllll zfi Q f 0 V I 33210. O X A 3:56 ', :Zh lx 5 - is " HMI a f 'AQ I ' .s- ff 4 Y K N- 2.,., "K-i f ff! f 7 m50N MQW 231 1 J 5 WWW f ? f' Z Q Z ' 4 1 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Svnrnriiivu Pi Beta Phi .L.' Delta GR1111T12l.A .,..... .. Kappa. Kappa Gauiina. . Chi Omega, . . . . , . .. Alpha. Chi Omega. . IDe1ta 1De1ta Ilelta ......... IDe1taiIfaLqQa,I3hi fl0ca1j,. 2:53 1881 1880 1901 1906 1907 1910 1911 41 " 1- 3"fp.if,. 1 will ""f"- Q '- ' . . ZXT' First Row--Richardson, Carney, Bell, Hankins, Chamberlin, Vaille, Pierce, Drake, Osgood, Dixon. Second Row-Cleveland, Leonard, Parfet, Fenner, Shattuck, C. Dier, Hart, McGrath, Swain, Rich. Third Row-Thielen, Owen, Haines, Chittenden, Leslie, Frank- lin, E. Dyer, Patton, Snell, Morse. Tl-1.151912 COLORADOAN 151 livin lghi COLORADO ALPHA CHAPTER 1884 b'01'00'cs in Urbc Mabelle Allstrand Mrs. Florence W. Coates Mrs. Ira DeLong Mrs. Floye L. Gifiin Georgiana. Rowland Laeta Elden Mrs. Irene S. Campbell Mrs. Laura D. Coulson Edith Moore Frances Andrews Mrs. Gertrude Currens Mrs. Maud E. Baird Jennie Beale Maud McKenzie Mrs. McNutt Poley Isabel McKenzie Mrs. Elinor B. Robertson AS0I'0l'l'S in U7'l,7:'l,'C'l'S'LtCltG Eloie Dyer Gertrude Thielen Edna Pierce Rebecca Vaille Elizabeth Rich Electra Franklin Catharine Leslie Louise ,Hart Margaret Hankins Haines Mary Osgood Marjorie Dixon Lolita. Snell Barbara Shattuck Grace Parfet Helen Nate SENIORS Geneva Bell JUNIORS Theo Towns SOPHOMORES FRESHMEN Carol Dier Pauline McKenzie Mary Morse Helen Drake Eleanor Leonard Dorothy Chittenden Jeannette Owen Helen Carney Catharine Fonda Helen Fenner Irina Chamberlin Hope Cleveland Florence McGrath Ida Swayne Wave Richardson Ursula Patton 285 ...v L' , h QQ X A 1., 1 ' N n mise- 'Q -- Q ..X. W ...,, A. ,,,A 1 S s "im:'ff-f -1 -..:.,x ..,. -.5 may-Fi , i X eg- X e -P' w 1 I. I -:- -wlfz in ., Q ws... 4 K W Q '-ff -.-, ' 5' i ll if 1 X-.fffIi::'1": xiii? 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George Mrs. Horace Holmes Mrs J. P. Odell Jessie 'Fitzpatrick Evita Mamma PHI CHAPTER 1886 S 01'01'es in Urbe Mrs. Ered G. Folsom Mrs E. B. B. Hellems Mrs. William Pease Mrs. Lou Tyler Mona. lVhiteley Sorov' in Facultate Margaret Wheeler Sorores fin Universvltate Ruth Henderson Grace Hall Ivy Campbell Mildred Peck Helen Ryals Margaret Bottum Lucile Persons Georgiana. Prosser Elsie Rohwer Elizabeth Robinson Leah Clatworthy Marv Butler Ailene Monohan Isabel MacLean SIENIORS Margaret Statler Adelaide Moys Marie Seeley Mabel Sweeney JUNroi:s Neva Lillie Vera Allison SOPHOMORES Kathleen Wheeler Edith Gwinn Edith Dinninger FRESHMEN Dorothy Mill Jnssie McGinnies Jessie May Virginia Hardin ' Elizabeth Small Helen Brown y SPECIALS Anna Larrabee . l , 287 First Row-Swartz, lVai'ne1', K. Nelson, Oldland, YVa,gne1', Coyle, Gill, Chew, Arasmith. Second Row-Shumate, Lowe, Read, Desl?-risay, Hammond, Downing, Batchelder, Chapman, Thornton, Parrish, Har- rington. Third Row-Ford, M. Nelson, Keener, Ferguson, Potter, Scott, 4 Adams, Kyle, Loughmn. ' THE 1912 COLORADOAN ltamzm lismpa Mamma BETA MU CHAPTER 1901 S01'm'e.s in, Urbe Mrs. F. B. Moore Mrs. E. C. Guthrie Mrs. E. G. Wallace Mrs. C. E. Monroe Mrs. B. C. Crawford Mrs. John T. Swayne Mrs. W. L. Barnes Soma' in Faicultate Grace F. Van Sweringen i S0'l'07'C.S' ill' DT7l'f'ZFC1'S'IifClfG SENIORS Marjorie S. Ford Alice Downing Caroline Olcllancl Arla C. Kesner JUNIORS Lincla Batehelder Mae Potter Lott-ie Parrish Hattie May Thornton Myrna Chapman Q Ruth C. Shuinate Kate Nelson Naamah Lowe Esther Warner sorr-IOMORES Estelle Kyle Katherine Gill Dena Coyle FRESPIMEN Marguerite Nelson Merle Arasinith Margaret Read Ethel Adams Catherine Wagner Ruby Longhran Mary Chew Mary Hannnond Elizabeth Harrington Pauline Scott Ruth Ferguson Mary Des Brisay Katherine Strong Margaret Swartz 289 ab W ..,x Y .- ..,f .. ,, U ,fm-I., ...,. me .,..... M-,-.,..-. 1-.1 ...,- -.f.:.ff1..,.- . 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THE l9l2 COLORADOAN Glhi Gbmrga ZETA CHAPTER 1906 Sororcs in Urbe Mrs. Charles O'Connor . Mrs. Charles WVilliams Clara L. Alden Lois Bernard Josephine Cowie Eleanor Oliver Sorores in U nivversitate sEN1oRs Anne Hill Helen Coates Helen Prislz JUNIORS Cecil Slocum Ruby Sundeen Kathryn Jameson Harriet Cochraine , Edith' Farrington SOPHOMORES Lillian Holman Gladys Butters Vivien Huffaker Lulu Streamer Mary Anderson Mary Pickens Marjorie VVyatt V era XV ood FRES HELEN Hester Fernald Gretchen Fowler Norina LeVeque Florence Farrington Beryl Bonner Ruth Musser Leah 'Weyerbacher Alice Oliver 291 First Row-Hinkley, Frziser, Trezise, Hendershot, Morgan Long, N. Brown, Noxon, Hamilton, Olson. Second Row-Young, B. Eaton, Sanborn, M. Eaton, Harding, Chipmaai, Fans, Curtin, Campbell, Brown, VVa1es. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Ethel Brown Willa Wales Ines Kennisoii llelia Hinkley May Morgan llflargaret Fraser Nell Brown Eel-licii' Olson IC:1r11esii11e lfuiis llutli Hzimilioii Myrtle Eaton Shirley llewis Alpha Glhi G9mvga N U C lil A PTE R 1907 A5'0l'U1'0S 'ini U11 ifucr.silat0 S1cN101iS Mildred ,llurdiiig JUNJORS SOl'1'IOMfORES Fll1CS.F1MEN Ella Noxon .l essic Davis lillllltli Curtin Inu. Uliipinzln M.zu'gareli Young Flora Campbell Jane Long Hot-li Eaton llutli Sanborn IC-tliol Trroziso M ai .1'gm'et ll en cl orshot Norm Brown l 293 First ROW-E. Hopkins, Allen, Gates, Hunt, L. Cuthbertson Eddy, Harsh, Barclay, Curtis, Flemming. Secoyncl Row-L. Hopkins, Brush, Lamb, Spott, H. Cutlibertson Leadb6f1ie1',, Aurand, Burton, Salter, Clark, Jpllhson. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Evita Brita Brita THETA BETA CHAPTER 1910 Sorovns in L"nitfe1'sfiz5ccte SENIORS Helen S. Cuthbertson Bernice A. Salter JUNIORS Mabel E. Gates Grace E. Clark ' Nell Hunt SOPHOMORES Elise O, Eddy Helen Scott - Elizabeth Flemming FRESLIMEN Dorothy M. Burton Edith K. Hopkins ' Gertrude Lamb SPECIAL Jess Brush Sue E. Leadbetter Florence M. Johnson Hester B Harsh Lulu L. Cuthbertson Mary M. Aurancl Gladys Curtis May Allen Emily Barclay Lilian Hopkins 1 y 295 First Row-A. Turner, Hadsell, Smith, W. Boeke, Lannon Morris. Second Row-Paul, Schmoll, E. Boeke, Gregory, Greenmaix, M. Turner, J ackson. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Fannie M. Lannon May Turner Ol ga Greenm a 11 Maude Gregory Clara. Morris Evita Kappa 1Hhi LOCAL 1910 Sorores in DY7l?:lP6'7'8iIfCZf6 SENIORS Wilhelnlina E. Boeke J UNIORS SOPHOMORES Lenore Boeke FRESFIMEN Ruth Paul Mary 1. Smith Zeda M. Hadsell Hazel Schmoll Annie L. Turner Alma Jackson 297 jwgg.-----,.,,,.. -Sv 4 K- V, Qobgge V p Sw wwf gf 5 j Sa- , 9565- g A X "" PIJ5. ' A W0QNi, f , - A.,,. A X Vv,-, N, ',,, X ,Y.- 4 X 'V ll nl ' 0... 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"' Vw" J" . ,gg ,o L-. v ..,- k - iv.. Q, . . , 1- .. .- "gu .U .1 1 -' '- - Q , I- - ,-,.. . - ,. ,' Q .. .., . ' 'Q' "0 ' . . , - , ' . 1.', 0 ' I ' I . .'s4,'. ....,. Phi Erin liappa COLORADO ALPHA CHAPTER 1904: orriomns Fred E. Hagen ................... ............. I Jresident Edna E. Voight ............... ...... F 'irst Vice-President Mrs. Maud Gardiner Odell ..... ..... S econd Vice-President Mrs. Maude Elden Baird ..... .... T hird Vice-President Francis Ramaley ......................... Secretary-Treasurer A CT IVE BIEDI BERS Mrs. Maud Elden Baird Bertha Hunting James H. Baker . Olive May Jones Cleophile Bell Mary Lakenian Mrs, Est-elle Dyke George Norlin fHastingsj John B. Ekeley Mrs. Maud Gardiner Odell Jessie Fitzpatrick Francis Ramaley CMinn.j Ethel Ford Ruth Richardson I Mrs. Vera Greennian Griffin Carl Saloman Fred E. Hagen Frank E. Thompson fLeland Stanford Fred B. R. Hellenis QTorontoj Edna E. Voight Mrs. Hortense XV. Hellems Richard H. Wfhiteley CoNDrrroN.xLr.r nr.Ee'1'nn FROM 'run CLASS or 1911 L. Frazer Banks Grace Hall Louise Berg lValter S. Lovelace Clarence De Voss Adelaide Moys Eloie Dyer Oliver S. Remington Florence M. Gill Gertrude Thielen Nlary Trowbridge :son Junius Henderson THE 1912 COLORADOAN . . - Q-p-.' , . ..- , , - H . ,. ,l hs.: rs? 5 . . ' -vw AM- - , ' 053.1 :b :., ' ' '. 'if-2-J'-. 'IT'-.Z-' ' - A H" ' U' I I A' ,.'..'. .,m- a' A. ' . Og " Quaf. -Q:-1: 'ru - Q , . an U.,- . . 041' n'.' I - ,'.11 Z.-':.. ..:-I s -..P . . .1.' N'-'..' A 'A A . -, . I.-is I I Y . ' ' ' 5 Al , " Lit-151 -.-gi: .5 'Q' - . A-...-,J , ,. - . ' .'. " ' - mf.:-'p Q 'AJ 1 -A . 4 . ' . " ' . fi... P. - ' -, , . 3 - - . . l..- . 1 . , ' Sigma Xi COLORADO CHAPTER 1905 OFFICERS E. Barber Queale ................. Clement C. Wfilliains .............. Harry A. Curtis ...... Ira M. DeLong ..... ........President . . ..., Vice-President . . . . .Secretary . . . . .Treasurer . . . .Councillor Russell D. George .............,........ ALUBIN I BIEBIBERS VVillia1n R. Brackett Clough T. Burnett Roy M. Butters George Catterniole Theodore D. A. Cockerell Mrs. Theodore Cockerell Harry A. Curtis Paul M. Dean Ira M. DeLong John B. Ekeley Saul Epsteen Herbert S. Evans V al Fischer Russell D. George Luinan N. Giffin Clay E. Giffin Oscar M. Gilbert Wvllllfllll P. Harlow John A. Hunter Bethel H. Jackson David R. Jenkins Milo S. Ketchum Oliver C. Lester Mrs. Maud C. Odell Alvin R. Peebles E. Barber Queal Francis Rainaley Mrs. Francis Rainaley Vlfilfred TV. Robbins Eugene H. Robertson Guy TV. Sllllllll Frank R. Spencer George L. Sullivan J. H. lValla.ce Clement C. lN7llll2lI11S Philip lVorc-ester 301 THE 1912 COLORADOAN 1--,A I ' . x' frm 'f ,-tl' . ' ' rv '. ,3- ' '.x.u.- 2 ?.1 ..,. . 4 - ---' L 4. -' ,v-9' .411-we 'ou A . 4 ,A .1-'Q nj' 1 - --'-. Xe ' ' - 1- ' z' 7-li." -. A A " . I O g ' " ' of .-' . 0 ' er., -4 . N... 4 115- t.:.t 5. 3.1 ,.1.-.:.:-.:. -. . ,H-. . ' , 43' 11.9, ' . s .A ..- g ,1- ' f'q""" f. v- - rjg aff,-.A . . ,. 4-'4l1, 1,-. 4 , 2 L Q .Q ii .1 ,... . n s , f ' - I .1 n ro.' ici . . 1 -'I ' '. - T. ,vu .5 1 - 4' 'Qq..,.., . Elm 152121 151 COLORADO ALPHA CHAPTER Alfred Allen Kelly. . 1905 orricizns ...........President . Vice-President James WV. lVightman .... . . . . . . Fred D. Hartford. . . Langley R. Heinz. . . Harry E. Vernia.. . . . Recording Secretary . . .Corresponding Secretary . . .............. Treasurer Clement C. lVillia.1ns ................. FA CI' LTY M EM HEIZS . . .Associate Editor Harry A. Curtis lYhitney C. Huntington Carl Duff Milo S. Ketchum Saul Epsteen Joseph B. Morrill Herbert S. Evans Siebelt L. Simmering Clement C. Vlilliams, Ill. Alpha A CTIVE RIEBIBERS Clement C. JJ71lll2lH1S, Ill. Alpha. Carl Duff, '10 lllhitney C. Huntington. '09 Joseph B. Morrill Siebelt L. Simniering Alfred A. Kelly, '11 Joseph S. De Reiner Fred D. Hartford Langley R. Heinz Harry E. Vernia James YV. JJY10'l1t1l'l2111 G Frank L. Brown 302 Robert B. Finley James A. Hall Alexander L. Johnson Charles C. hlathis Harley E. Tomlinson Robert H. Hull, '12 Charles I. Crawford Calvin L. Day Henry A. Doerner Arthur I. Greenwood George V. Lonnecker Oscar M. Rachofsky THE 1912 COLORADOAN Storer Healy lJl1H'S1l1ltll Lovelace Curtis Barrows mart sinh Bagan' SENIOR HONORARY socintry 1900 ACTIVE MEBIBERS John F. Barrows C. Otis Huffsmith David L. Curtis Walter S. Lovelace Harold H. Healy Todd C. Storer Frederick P Austin, '00 Harold G. Garwood Frederick H. Merten VVillis S. Strachan Daniel P. Taylor Wilson L. Turman William E. lVithrow 'George A. Carlson, 501 Omar E. Garwood George R. Hay Wellington Howard 'Charles A. Lory Fred L. WVhite Frank H. Wfolcott Warren F. Bleeker, 302 Arthur C. Jarvis Lemuel F. Parton Stephen TV. Ryan Harry S. Thayer Llewellyn A. lVilliams ALUMNI MIEHIBERS Philip Argall, 703 lVilliam Bell James G. Huston Ray J. lVest Craig F. Bouton, '04 lVilliam J. Cheley Reede Chipman Ralph A. Coan Jay Carl Hill Hanson T. Parlin Stephen H. Underwood Claude C. Coffin, 305 Clay E. Giffin Leslie C. Hawkins TV. VViley Jones lVilliam R. Kelley George C. Fairweather, 706 Ranulph Hudson Robert M. See 303 Charles L. Avery, ,07 Carl H. Knoettge Frank L. Moorhead Max R. Schwer Harry G. Zimmer- haokel Charles D. Hayt. Jr. ,os ' Albert G. Reid Ernest L. Rhoads Frederick D. Anderson '09 . James W. Barrett Thomas H. Morrow Russell H. Nichols Ralph L. Carr, 710 ' Lloyd L. Hamilton George B. Packard, Jr lVIerritt H. Perkins Terry B. Ritchie THE 1912 COLORADOAN . . ts . , F ' - . G' 1 - Q g.2.,- - W ' .- '." 0o'7.-'.'Q N .-' 'QQ' 3'1d' .lv" , .'.-:' 4 1-g,.'.n . .-J: Q , ll ." ll. ' ".". 'n:.e4 Q- f .- --3 . -s, je fd.- '. I - . - .... .4 , .. .Qty ,', .A:..'2,, .I . ' 5 .in I phi' . l ' . ' . A .- .- :,- 5 Q t.:-g - . . . - ' -' " -'1 2 '1g':1.. ' . '4'. .250 rg , no-Q' .Wu 1: ll" . '--" .V ' ' u-S. '. ' 1 ,-' "su-,.:-1 '.A I A.: 3-'4-.f-9... 1 . . -J., G...-..., 1 C I V. '.l . . 0 . . D 'Q' . .- An honorary Society composed of those members of the staff 'of the ttSilver and Goldll who have displayed unusual ability and interest in their Work on the paper. BIEBIBERS Charles L. Avery .... Herman Wlfeinberger . Butler S. Disman .... lValter B. Sandusky ............ J a.mes VV. Barrett ftwo awardsj .... Ralph L. Carr Qtwo awardsj .... Merritt H. Perkins Wa.lter S. Lovelace .... VValter C. Hawes. . A. A. Parkhurst ..... George B. Packard ,Jr John H. Fulton ..... Clifford H. Stone. 3 04 . . . .Editor-in-Chief, 1906-07 . .Editor-in-Chief, 1907-08 .Assistant Editor, 1907-08 .Literary Editor, 1907-08 . .Local Editor, 1907-08 Editor-in-Chief, 1908-09 . .Athletic Editor, 1907-08 Assistant Editor, 1908-09 Exchange Editor, 1907-08 . . . .News Editor, 1908-09 Exchange Editor, 1908-09 . .Editor-in-Chief, 1909-10 , . . .Assistant Editor, 1909-10 . . . .Associate Editor, 1909-10 . . . . . . . .Repo1'ter, 1909-10 THE 1912 COLORADOAN p Cfbrher nf Thr 6511121211 Glrah 1 ACTIVE BTEBIBERS H. Bonnell, LL.B., '11 G A Crowder LLB '11 P i J .l Cunningliam,'LL.B., '11 G. S. Downer, LL.B., '11 V A. B. Edgar, M.D., '11 F. A. Hill, B.A., '11 F. A. Kemp, LL.B., '13 S. M. Morris, LL.B., '11 M. L. Stiffler, B.S., M.D., '13 O. C. WVilson, LL.B., '12 .I I OX ORARY BIEMIBERIS Lucius E. Allgive Isaac E. Hill NVilliam H. Rothwell John Andrew, Jr. lVillia.m H. Lockhart A. G. Bierrot F. R. Castleman George A. McClure M. Rinn F. G. Folsom Thomas A. Mel-larg lV. N- Vaille Horace B. Holmes Arthur M. Nye Frank C. iVest Eugene Wlhite ALUDINI BIELIBERS Dewey C. Bailey, Jr., LL.B., '01 Roy H. Blackman, LL.B., '01 . Albert J. Argall, M.D., '10 VVarren B. Bleeker, B.S., '03 George A. Booth, Jr., B.S., '08 Albert H. Blickenstein, LL.B., '04 John VV. Brown, B.A., '08 Charles Castello, '09 Hallack T. Chaney, '05 Reeve Chipinan, LL.B., '04, B.A., '04 Louis E. Clarke, LL.B., 01 Orville M. Clay, '02 I R. M. Clucas, B.S., '10 Claude E. Compton, B.A., '08 Ralph Denio, '99 Philip S. Dickinson, '02 Frank M. Downer, Jr., LL.B., '08 Leon Fairly, LL.B., '10 Charles L..Framback, '04 Henry Fulton, Jr., '01 E. O. Furrow, LL.B., '10 Joseph Garst, LL.B., '09 James R. Greenlee, LL.B., '09 L. L. Hamilton, B.A., '10 E. YV. Ha.skins, B.A., '97, LL.B., '01 George R. Hay, Bh.B., '02 Charles D. Hayt, Jr., B.A., '08 Charles M. Hodson, LL.B., '09 Wfilliam C. Hood, LL.B., '09 J. Carl Hill, B.A., '04, M.D., '07 Nathaniel Hill, '02 ' Barry Hogarty, B.S., '09 Harry Johnson, Jr., M.D., '06 William W. Jones, B.A., '05, M.D., 09 1 305 John B. Johnson, '02 Herbert JNL Hirton, LL.B., '06 Richard Lamson, '01 Robert M. Lee, B.A., '06 Hal H. Logan, B.S., '08 Thomas H. Morrow, B.A., '09 Wfilliam McMurray, '01 Ernest F. Pope, M.D., '02 John F. Bughe, B.S., '03 George A. Pughe, LL.B., '09 Charles H. Reynolds, '02 Howard"S. Robertson, LL.B., '01 Matthew T. Rothwell, '02 Stephen Ryan, Ph.B., '02, LL.B., '06 R. A. Scott, B.S., '10 VValter WV. Shilling, LL.B., '02 W7. L. Strachan Bh.B. '00' LL.B., 7 7 7 '02 A. E. Stirrett, LL.B., '10 Calvin J. Strayer, B.S., '02 Henry WV. Taylor, '06 George B. Thatcher, LL.B., '04 Harry S. Thayer, B.S., '02 Wfilliam Trudigan, B.S., '07 S. H. Underwood B.A. '04' LL.B., 7 n 7 '06 Chester S. Van Brunt, '03 Clifton T. Van Sant, LL.B., '08 Paul L. lVest, M.D., '02 Fred L. Wliite, B.A., 701 Herbert WVhitaker, '09 Albert C. Vifhittemore, '02 Llewellyn A. Williains, '02 John D. 'Wolfe, M.D., '06 I !70f67fr'l" if 5017120 li 5Uf'l'YLUI - .A Q f-YO CLA .mf Clif!!! THE 1912 COLORADOAN Peck Salter Oldland Moys Dyer Fairchild Downing Coates Bell illlnriar ifinarh SENIOR COLLEGE SdCIETY Geneva M. Bell Helen O. Coates Alice Downing Eloie C. Dyer Hallie Chapman, '09 Alma Culver Ada Haldeman Amelia Maeder Katherine McKenzie Alinda Montgomery Rosa Raabe Elsie Sullivan Rosina Vaughan 1908 ACTIVE MEMBERS Bernice A. Salter ALUMNI NIEMBERS 308 Grace M. Fairchild Adelaide Moys Carrie Oldland Mildred A. Peck Frances YValtemeyer Ada Caldwell, '10 Flora Dumbald Frankie Faus Josephine Grladden Helen Scott Sarah Shepherd Helen Waltemeyer Florence Scott, '11 THE 1912 COLORADOCAN Moulton Rich McNeil Prouty Stocker DGSBTISRY Matthews Lamb L1l1Yl1l1lS Messinger Hart Pigg Briggs XVightma.n Youtsey Huntington Ritter C1-agin JUNIOR ENGINEERING SOCIETY 1907 Alfred P. Briggs Harold P. Cragin George S. DesBrisa.y Glen H. Huntington I Charles G. Adams, l09 Gilbert Borden L. Nat Fitts Arthur WV. Gill Robert R. Knowles John A. Ritter M Ralph Scott Harry Stocker Rudolph WVeiner Hugh VVheeler Vernard Beeler, 710 Ralph L. Brown R. M. Clucas A CTTVE DIEIWBERS Herbert C. Lunnnis Le Roy Pigg John D. Rich Carl A. Ritter . Leslie lfvlglltlllilll ALUIVINI 309 Charles A. Hall Lawrence WV. Messinger lVard Randolph L E. Arthur Robertson Edward VVeber Clifford C. Belz, ,ll Edward S. Flynn J. Graham Lamb O. M. MCN eil George Matthews ' Victor C. Moulton VVinfred L. Prouty Otho E. Youtsey THE 1912 COLORADOAN Goodykoontz Bell Lockhartm Kemp Johnson Seem an Sumalia JUNIOR COLLEGE SOCIETY James W. Bell f Colin B. Goodykoontz Charles B. Johnson Lloyd L. Hamilton, 71 Joe L. Morrison Merritt H. Perkins Terry V. Ritchie Osmer E. Smith Harold T. Van Metre A 1908 ACTIVE MEIVIBERS ALUMNI 0 310 F rank A. Kemp, Jr. F erd. J. Lockhart Bernard J. Seeman Carl I. Williinson John S. Barrows, '1 David L. Curtis 1 J. W'a.rner Mills, Jr. Walter S. Lovelace J. Paul Nafe . 5 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Lewis Parlap iano Salberg Odlum Rohwer Baker Ulnrrh anh Svhivlh SOPIMIOBIORE COLLEGE SOCIETY 1904: ACTIVE MEBIBERS Hilton V. Baker Sam Parlapiano Glenn F. Lewis George N. Rohwer Floyd B. Odlum Joseph Salberg VVard M. Canady, 707 Frank Coulter Carl H. Knoettge Frank L. Moorhead Harry E. Pratt Douglas A. Roller Max R. Schwer N. Clinton Steele Philip S. Van Cise O. Chester 'Wilson Harry G. Zimmerhackel Clarence G. Campbell, 708 R. Clare Coffin Paul M. Dean Charles D. Hayt, Jr. Paul C. Mosher ' ALUMfNI ISIEBIBERS Thomas A. Nixon Grafton C. Pearce Cyrus W. Poley Albert G. Reed Ernest L. Rhoads F red'k D. Anderson, ' Harry W. Farr Thomas H. Morrow Russell H. Nichols Albert T. Orahood Philip G. Wo1'cester Lloyd L. Hamilton Merritt H. Perkins Terry V. Ritchie Osmer E. Smith Raymond J. Venables 311' Harry M. Zimmers Carl I. lfVilkinson L. Frazer Ban-ks, 711 John S. Barrows Frank A. Hill J. VVarner Mills, Jr. C. Belmont Preston James WV. Bell, 712 Eugene A. Bond Colin B. Goodykoontz Frank A. Kemp Jack M. Mosher Bernard J. Seeman Charles A. Thomas Harold Vaughan THE 1912 COLORADOAN Hart Moses NVheat1ey Leach Savage Kingsland Smith Rathvon Hartman Wolff I Brinker Arr SOPI-IOMORE SOCIETY Wa.rner D. Bailey Joseph C. Bogue Walter C. Brinker Louis I. Hart VVarren P. Hartman Edwin R. Kingsland Ralph L. Andrus Alfred P. Briggs Henry S. Cooper Harold P. Cragin Glen H. Huntington George F. Kimbrough Herbert C. Lummis 1909 A CTIVE BIEBI BERS YVinthrop VV. Leach Raymond G. Moses Nathaniel P. Rathvon Joseph C. Savage Robert J. Smith VValter H. VVheatley ALUIVIN I BIERIBERS 312 Robert R. O'Brien Wilfred L. Pigg Dean T. Prosser Carl A. Ritter Colin C. Simpson I. Leslie WVightman Earl E. WVright Q 515119-E GILJ.. iyn. THE 1912 COLORADOAN 11 1 1. linihrrziig nf Qlnlnrahn Svrivntiiir Svnrieig e orrionns Professor Junius Henderson ........ ........ P resident Professor T. D. A. Cockerell . . . . .- .... Vice-President Mr. Harry A. Curtis ...... . . .Secretary-Treasurer RGANIZED oyer twenty years .ago for the discussionlof .El scientific subjects, the University of Colorado Scientific Il, yll Society has now broadened its scope to include the gl whole field of human knowledge. .Lecturesare given on art, music, literature, the drama, history, religion, and the 1 sciences, including mathematics, physics, chemistry, biology, geology, psychology, various branches of engineering and medicine. Meeting each Monday evening papers are presented and frequently illustrated by lantern slides and laboratory experiments. Occasionally impor- tant results of research have been reported to this society before publication. The society is open to all and has a large patronage among the students and the townspeople. - I 314 l THE 1912 COLORADOAN Poe Blake VV. Hartman ' Lamb Ungex Accola Johnson Hunter Kelley Limprecht Dodds Bllvrhanzml Qlhvnural Svnwztg OFFICERS A. A. Kelley .... ................... P resident Marcus Blakey .... ...... ' . .Vice-President Benjamin Penley ............. Secretary-Treasurer .WIEINIBERS Professor Hunter Henry Doerner Benjamin Penley Glen H. Huntington Marcus Blakey G. V. Lonneoker James D. WValker Jvllllillll J. Nelson Kennitlm Rockhold Max Unger lValter Mallory Mr. Sullivan Ralph L. Brown Leslie R. Steele Elwood Limprecht Charles A. Hall A. A. Kelley John Parks Roger A. Fiske August L. Jesse Louis G. Braclfielcl Harry Perry First Row-Leonard, Nelson, Duvall, Viets, Swift. Second Row-Kettering, C1'essingha.ni, Phillips, Winter, Gould Caviers. Third Row-Hull, Redding, Greenwood, Gartland, Twiss, Rob- erts, Rolison, Pease. Fourth Row--R. Giroux, Reed, Osborn, Evans, Gilligan, John- son, Prince, Kurtz. ' THE l 91.2 COLORADOAN I: i gf QQ! fQ IW! 1. ZZ' ...QQ ll I .. - ' . srsggg 'f '- aaa.-- 1' , G. 1 i sa. ' J 1:7 in . A J I iilvririral Engineering Ernest Prince . . . John O?Brien OFFICERS Robert B. F inle f ............. ....... 5 Frank Gilligan .....,................... Frank Gilligan Joseph Davis Wlilliain Burton E. J. McNeil P. B. Smith Lee Parish C. L. Muth WT. M. Lnnisten VV. M. Davies F. A. Ritting L. Wfordsworth J. A. Bowler VV. L. Stebbins J. C. Clin Siro Taketa H. S. Johnson C. B. Berry L. Sweitzer H. H. Kerr YV. WV. Koller C. Parkhill R. E. Young, D. WV. Peterson O. R.. Neur H. Fauber F. L. Merrill C. Miller Carl Ritter Maurice Shugren 1 FACULTY BIEBIBER Herbert S. Evans ACTIVE BIEBIBERS R. E. Tabeau L. Lavington A. Greenwood G. B. Rolloson George Matthews Carl Pease Joe Giger R. B. Finley M. O. Rochofskjy T. H. Brace VV. Nelson VV. E. Duvall R. H. Twiss Robert Hull TV. L. Carver M. A. Mason A. C. Frazier TV. Randall B. S. Osborn Roy Giroux Charles Fawcett Ernest Prince C. A. Mueller Charles Mathis Alexander Hart V. C. lVIoulton L. WV. Reed Alexander Johnson VVeslie Wightman 317 Snririg . . . . . . .President . .Vice-President . ...... Secretary . . . . .Treasurer J. T. O'Brien Julius Kurtz C. E. Youtsey L. R. Leonard H. Raymond G. B. Phillips R. J. Abel A. E. List H. S. Johnson J. T. Hall C. A. Armour G. E. Eveland R. L. Cavers Seize Uyeda E. A. Steward F. TV. Viets G. YV lVinter VV. B. Kopfer YV. A. Wlatrous Frank Swift D. A. Hobson J. J. Gould F. L. Floyd H. F. House Frank Gartland G. TV. Barrier C. A. Soderstrom C. VV. Stead YV. Kettering First Row--Purmort, Rohde, Madden, Milhan, Prouty, P1211 t- ford, Rachofsky. Second Row--Day, Rose, Gzuyton, Dierstein, Cowell, Sperry Jeifrey, Gzuiinghouse. 'lfhird Row-Teter, Crawford, Huntington, Stocker, Davenport Skerry, Lawrence. STUDENT BIEBIBERS THE 1912 COLORADOAN H - V, N:-27 E 43157 V141 lx 1' ll- 4 ll, it I - Wx .7 5 Glihil Engineering Svnrivig First Seilzeder OFFICERS SC?K'0Hf6Z Semester Arthur L. Dierstein .... .... P resident ..... ...... F rank L. Brown Orange McNeil ...... . . . Vice-President .... .... C harles I. Crawford Benjamin F. Jones ..... .... S ecretary ..... .... Y Villiam M. J eifrey Dean J. llfolif .... . ...... ...... T reasurer ............. George E. Purmort FACULTY Mnmanus Milo S. Ketchum Clement C. lVilliams Harry S. Stocker Harland C. lVoods WVhitney C. Huntington Frank L. Brown Franklin Cowell Arthur L. Dierstein Arthur M. Duff John A. Hall Fred D. Hartford Langley R. Heinz Morris M. Madden Verne O. McClurg Orange McNeil Wrinifred L. Prouty Guy S. Newkirk Ernest C. Rhode Charles G. Sperry Marx Block Charles I. Crawford Calvin L. Day Abraham NI. Lawrence XV. L. McGinnis Oscar M. Rachofsky Harry A. Skerry Neil E. Davenport 319 YVillia1n M. Jeffrey Benjamin F. Jones Leonard C. Jones James R. Kettle Ralph G. McEwen George E. Purmort Austin P. Russell Herbert E. Rehm Arthur L. Sawyer Clarence R. Short lvalter H. lVheatley Dean J. lflfoltl? James J. Dolan Clarence Eckel Albert F. Crarlinghouse Davis N. Milhan Charles H. Sells Oliver E. Taylor Roy G. Teter Carl S. Tyler Harry lallsburg Carl P. Forsythe First Row-Bonner, Finley, Hall, Nelson, Knouse, O,Brien, Gia- comini, Plll'lT101't. Second Row-McConnell, Gartland, Spicer, Pearson, Davenport Swift, Teter. Thircl Row-McClurg, Bowman, Lines, Kelley, Gilligfui, Tan- ton, Llppard, Craxvford. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Sana Srnuri Gllnh Quentin D. Bonner Lyle A. Bowman John T. OlBrien Frank T. Gilligan Verne F. McClurg George Purmort Ivan C. Crawford Frank J. Gartland Neil E. Davenport Roy G. Teter Ross P.. Pearson Eugene E. Fisk Oliver E. Taylor 1908 SENIORS VVillia1n L. Knouse Lawrence G. Giacolnini Allen A. Kelley James A. Hall Robert S. Finley JUNIORS Leonard F. Spicer Wfilliam J. Nelson Ray G. Tanton som-1oMoREs I Frank W. Swift . George E. Lines Benjamin F. Penley FRESHDIEN Leonard H. Lippard Rogers S. Fisk Clarence E. Eckel Giley F. McConnell 321 First Row--Giroux, DeVoss, Kearns, VV01'CGSt81 Second Row-Staub, Hills. Third Row-Banks, Prouty, Stone, THE 1912 COLORADOAN li, ,Y I lya. 0 - - -ffm 141212. . -ugh: fyaa. . img.-. 4 ' in 'gy' ' I JMJ9 V OFFICERS Dean A. NVo1'cester ..... .......... G eneml Secretary Clarence DeVoss ..... ........... P resident Wfalter Staub ...... ..... Y lice-President Clifford H. Stone ..... ...... S ecretary John XV. Kearns .... .............. .... T r QZIVSHFBI' COMMITTEES Religious Meetings YVa1te1' S. Sfaub ....................... Chairman U Finance r- John W2 Ixearns ................. ..... C hair1na.n Mission Stucly L. FFRZIGI' Banks ................ ..... C llairman Wfinifred Prouty . Roy Giroux .... Bible Study .....Chai1'man Uonifenlions Publicity Chfford H. Stone .............. 323 . . . . .Ch2Lir1na.n . . . . .Cha.ir1n:1.n First Row-Trovillion, Hunting, Craig, Clark, Leadbetter, Berg. Second Row-Pierce, Hinkley, VVa.tson, Nelson, Henderson, Prisk, Streamer, Q- ' s. 51:3 '. 'fi ,H w., ,Y-ii 'gy afar 'l f lfaf, , J f ' NE- r, 7 4. THE l9l2 COLORADOAN a lcmrrre UiaT e migl-LT have Lghtf o a O 0 : T Y 'li W f 'I it L5-.ngvg Sue Leadbetter . . . Kate Nelson .... Ruth Henderson. . . Leila Hinkley. . . . . r f ???'f-Si ' . . 13,6-Sfer. wezf' e Q51 0 Rx S+ " Q my 'P 1 I 1 +2 1 i X K ' V as i. OFFICERS .......President . . . . . . . .Vice-President . . . . . .Recording Secretary . . . .Corresponding Secretary ................Treasurer Louise Berg . . . EXECUTIVE COBIMITTEE Chairman, Francis Rzunaley ADVISORY BOARD Mrs. Charles Good .... ..........,... ........... P r esident Mrs. J. VV. Read ...... ........... S eeretzu'y-Treasurer Mrs. E. C. Collins Mrs. Gillespie A Mrs. Fair Miss Edna. Voight lVIrs. Jzunes H. Baker Miss Antoinette Bigelow Mrs. Herberton 325 First Row-Mill, Farrington. Second Row-WVebb, Fairchild, E. Boeke, Smith, Parrish TI-IE 1912 COLORADOAN Uhr mnmarfa Elragur Dorothy Mill ...................................... President Grace Fairchild ..... ....... X 7ice-President Bessie lVebb ........ .... 2 nd Vice-President Edith Farrington ,.... ............. T 1'ez1sui'e1' Pearl Sinith ........ .... Recording Secretary Leonore Boeke ...... .............. Q Torresponding Secretary Charlotte Parrish ......... Chairinun Entertaininent COl1l1HlftQG The lV01l1SLDlS League is an organizatioii of all the women of the Univer- sity, the purposes of which are to provide 21, loan fund for the use of the Women students and to promote social life by such functions as the 4'Fresh- man Initiatioiifl the 4'Cha.1'ity Ballf' the Mavsqiieracle and the CLCEIIUPIIS Pztrtyfl 3 27 First Row-Olmstead, Storer, Ham, Thorson, Wilson. Second Row-Howe, Johnson, Dunklee, Milliken, Waldo. Third Row-Parlapiano, Schumacher, Swartwood, Smith. Fourth Row-Morris, Delaney, Hedgcock,Kennedy, McClelland THE 1912 COLORADOAN ,V 0 L'. ,Z , Q. 9 f N. - I . . i" . A' 5: .aaa I x 'V 4 15. nf QI. Erhating Svnrirtgy F 'irst Semester OFFICERS Second Semestev Todd C. Storer ..... ..... P resident ..... ....... C lifford H Stone J. WVarner Mills .... .. ..... Vice-President ......... Charles Gr. Hedgeock Frank Delaney .... .. . .... Secretary. . .. ...... Herman J. Schumacher Wilkie C. Ham .... . .Treasurer .... ....., Edwin J Place MIEIXIBERS Edward V. Dunklee Clifford H. Stone Todd C. Storer Bernard J. Seeman VVilkie C. Ham VVilliam R. Kennedy Herman J. Schumacher Edwin Place Clifford A. Wilson Ross W. Morrish Harold H. Healy Sam Parlapiano Frank Delaney Charles C. Cook J. Warner Mills Leland Sayre Irwin M. Lowe James R. McClelland 329 Albert WV. Olmstead Alva Patton 'William B. Vlfaldo Paul W. VVard Harold Swartwood Charles M. Bliss Ford Kitchen Carlisle J. Thorson Rupert Johnson Robert Smith Don Walker Charles Hedgcock Wfarren Howe Robert Morris Eugene Milliken Jay Parrish Joseph Martin Floyd Odlum THE 1912 CGLORADOAN ' 0 JAWMMEZMMAAW Mwfwuf ,W HAM We arwpfalfea. Wy! f Illll nl., W ul an Wklbdl . Ag ' I U, Z i ra qi" gig ,:- .X ll::ll Uhr Natinnal Narrainrh Aaauriaiiun First Semester Edward V. Dunklee. . Ilo C. Funk ......... Grace Kiker. . . Rose Ganson. . . Ilo C. Funk A.my Gordon Fred K. Hinchman Kathleen M. Barker Nora Deu Pree Katherine Prescott May Hubbard soRIBI3LI3R's DIVISION OFFICERS .....President. . .. Vice-President, . . . . . .Secretary . . . . . . . .Treasurer. . . . IVIEDIBERS Rose Ganson Fae Stanley Robert F. Harris Everett Lipparol Jessie VVells Dorothy Gilcrest Florence Gill Abe Lawrence 330 Second Semesteo Edward V. Dunklee Lulu Pulliam . . . .Rose Ganson . . . ..Ilo C. Funk Grace Hanson Edith Farrington Lulu Pulliam Laura E. McLain Lolita Snell Eugene Fowler Grace Kiker 1 JTHE 1912 COLORADOAN HQT RQLLQI 4 AND ' OOFFE' Q 7 5 A qi, ': .: Ha, N 4' H I Wjj lgln icq? llll 'lg'- W, -af llll I ll V' J 5, ll-H: V S 'A . , twig R 'i iiff M. 'III - ' o J . illirlyzxrha iliiterarg Svnrietg First Semester OFFICERS ' Second Semester Emmett Lee. ...... . ...... President ..... ...... J ack Mosher Eugene Kayden ..... ...... Y 7ice-President. . .... Alice Downing Alice Downing .... . . ...Secretary-Treasurer .... . . .May Allen MEMBERS Alice Downing Edith Hawes Jack Mosher Emmett Lee Eloie Dyer , L. Frazer Banks Hazel B. Clark Anna Hutchinson . Claribell Kendall J Marguerite Hendershot Ella Ragland Mary Frost Ursula Patton VValter S. Lovelace 331 Helen Brown Ferd. J. Lockhart Eugene Kayden Marie Seeley Oletha Stearns May Allen Jessie VVells , Anna Beth Hyde Mae E. Potter Glenn Lewis Lolita Snell Ernestine Fans Fred Ullery Robert Tarloell THE l9lZ COLORADOAN Gliuir Glluh OFFICERS Edward V. Dunklee .... ........ ............ 1 J resident Lawrence Giacomini ...................... Secretary-Treasurer HE encouragement of the study of civic and political prob- fj R lems has been the slogan of the University of Colorado Civic l Club ever since its organization in 1907. Ostentatious display of Ways and means of invoking reform is not the mission of students, who, on the other hand, should provide for the ad- vancement of intelligent citizenship through study and inves- tigation. An effort shduld be made to focus the attention of the people upon the presence or absence of common virtues and the common decencies in community life. The club holds regular bi-Weekly meetings, Where papers which are pre- pared by the members are read and discussed. Questions that are paramount in Colorado receive special attention. From time to time prominent men have been engaged to speak before the students on some subject of state-Wide inter- est. Taxation in Colorado, city government by commission, and recent legis- lation have received- special attention this year. The papers are prepared by individual members and are supposed to be the result of thorough research rather than the mere expression of opinion. The membership of the club is not limited. The University of Colorado Civic Club supports the "Civic Quarterly," the only journal of its kind published by college students. I 1 332 THE 'l9lZ COLORADOAN HH. uf GL Bramatir Qlluh orricnias Arnold Odlnni ..... ......... ...... P r esident Jeannette Owen. . . . .Vice-President Mentor Daniels. . . ...,.. Secretary James Bell ......... ....,...... lV Ianager F erd. J. Lockhart ..... . . .Assistant Manager Floyd Odlum ....... ........ . . ....... Press Agent Mmfrianrzs Alice Downing Adelaide Moys Carl VVeaver Beryl Bonner Ethel Adams Dorothy Burton Ivy Campbell Dorothy Chittenden Blanch Coffman Cecil Collier Clarence Crary Edward Dunklee Paul Guthrie Lila Haines Leo Kelley Estelle Kyle Dorothy Mill Annabell Morris Albert Olmstead Elizabeth Rich Lucian Shattuck Garth Sibbald Esbon Titus Fred Varney 333 Gordon King Jack Mosher John Barbrick Richard Boeke Ralph Andrus Mary Butler Irma Chamberlin Hazel Clark Olive Coffman Dena Coyle Nora Deu Pree Catherine Fonda Edith Gwinn Virginia Hardin Frank Kemp Glen Lewis Eugene Milliken Pauline McKenzie Mae Potter Carl Ritter George Shaw Alice Spyker Anna Turner Lillian WVessell THE 1,912 COLORADOAN First Semester J Newman Gllnh OFFICERS Willia.1n Nelson. .... President. . . . Frank Gartland ..... .... Y 7ice-President. . Willa Dean ....... Frank Swift .... . . . Secretary. . . . . ......Treasurer. . .. HONORARY BIEINIBERS Second Semester . ..... .Ray :Venables . . . .... Frank-lGilligan . . . . . .VVilla Dean . . . . .Frank Swift Edward C. Stocker Ruth Burke Maude Burke Augustine Cecchine Bessie Dean Willa, Dean Mary Epperson Frank Gartland Lawrence Giacomini Nellie Gilligan Frank Gilligan Josephine Hagman Anna Hutchinson Irvin Lowe Gertrude Lamb A CTIV E IVIEIVIBERS 334 George Sullivan Henry Leisten Charles Mueller Joseph Norris William Nelson Mary O'Rourke John O'Rourke John O'Brien William O,Connell Frank Swift Robert M. Shea Robert H. Twiss Catheryn Venables Ray Venables Marian Ward THE -1912 COLORADOAN livpuhlimn Qlluh l 'X OFFICERS L i ' 6? M?l5 George H. 'Blickhan .... Q.q .......... President N ' L1 9 Rudolph B. Johnson .... ....... Y 7ice-President ,J Q77 'xl John VV. Kearns .............. Secretary-Treasurer f gl 'John C. Vivian ..... Chairman Natll Rep. College - League, Twelfth Department l J Qllillm me Eemnrraiir Gllnh orrrenus I l c- ...,..... ........ ...... ' l X Edward Dunklee ............ Seeietary g em Paul Nafe ......... Chairman Executive Committee V x Q M my M Nl AAS A7- Q 4 ,N 1 I 4 If f S Frazer Bfmnks Piesident ll f ILX 1 I n u 1 1 I . 1 1 s 1 ' ' K I V X. . l 'X W 335 THE l9l2 COLORADOAN Krsna Qlluhp An organization of all University correspondents on out-of-town news- papers, formed in September, 1910, for the purpose of securing uniformity and reliability in all news stories in which the University is concerned. orrromzs Ralph Carr ....... .. ........ ........... P resident R. Emmett Lee ..... ........ X 7ice-President John Vivian ....... ........ . .... S ecretary-Treasurer BIEBI B-ERS John Barrows Frank Bottum Ralph Carr David Curtis A. Arthur Engelbaoh R. Emmett Lee F erd. J. Lockhart Walter S. Lovelace Paul Nafe Charles Vivian John Vivian 9' ii " Efhv Bumpers A local organization of embryo ournalists. John Lannon Ernest Kubiohek Robert Harris Roy Potter Fred Varney Albert Olmstead IIE TNI BERS Pete Rathvon Everett Lippard Eugene Fowler Ilo Funk Victor Montgomery Edward V. Dunklee 336 THE 1912 COLORADOAN .XXS AA. r Allllllllllllp' A . A All llll ll! lllllllllll' X X I 1 , linighta nf ihe lierrrrt Founded at Bagdad 011 tl1e seventh day of the Waning 1110011 of the 111o11tl1 Saphar, in tl1e year of the Hegira, One Tliousand Three Hundred 2'l11Cl Twenty- six. Court of Bagdad. . . . ...... University of Colorado Sultan ............. .... P 'erdinand J aines Lockhart Grand Vizier ..... Cl1ief Janizary ........ Bey of Sherez ............. Caliph of tl1e Faithful .............. Chief Muezzin ...................... Chief lVielder of tl1e Royal Scilnitar .... Taster of tl1e Royal Beverages ........ Chief of tl1e lVl1irling DGI'Y7lSllQS .,...... Pasha of tl1e Province of Trebizond .... Pasha. of the Province of Abydos ...... Pasl1a of the Province of Balsora .... Pasha of tl1e Province of Medina. . . . Pasha of the Province of Fashoda . ,. . . . Pasha of the Province of Salonika .... 337 lVa.lter Sharp Lovelace .. . . . . . . . . .Frank Bottuin Calvin Belmont Preston . . . . . .Lee Frazer Banks . . . .Carl Antony Ritter . . .Glenn Francis Lewis . . . .Robert Eininett Lee . .Eugene Mark Kayden . .Roy Stuart McIntosh . James Vvylllilll Barrett Herbert lVatson Cornell . .Ralph Lawrence Carr .Lloyd Leslie Hamilton . . .VValter Clyde Hawes I 4 ' A f S y K X X ,,n x , ' A I :AK "Qt V, w - 4 1 A r V V S X 4 y M lj A' y I. L,x. lu! A ' A 5 X. J W 1 ,Q .M :J K L V 1 Q W V: . V Q lx X gi VP fr 11' A Yr .lx X . -. X A , . A' f ,', . Y Q V 21, ' . . Yfy,-'f:.w.H' " -V' I"- I - A. "'1 Q. Y 1 . ,f , X Q fs. - 'f . I f Q1 ' F . Qi V. . . , , ' "' ' '. ,A , Xe x K, " J SX A'-4: I-M... X' 4. V M' I 1 H ,I 3 1.f. J' -' - " 3 xx'-sg X 30 Ly- 'Mi ' z' hr, , , ' . j -'H Y " , - , . . -K "' ' M . .- MM' f 'W' 5' 119 5. ny . N W1-VX I . Jin x . lwl. .Y 41. ,, X., fl 1 . ,,,,. Li., sly? 74:5 I N 'wx lk 4 X I ff? Lx, V. .T 'U . ,' 11 .. , ...Mr '- - Q f '1.', fpz1y 8 ' ff' 1 JL., E . ,fi 1 ' 1 I F if K .w Ax, .li WN ,L Q I ,N 'z f .. ,V aiy, , ' J lg? 'V ir" if 'NVY . 'Ls I iff: yx '!,' 'sf' "fl 4 Y r r L ywnjrxxl' X-A , 1 ' . I j 1 g 4 ,151 Nl . 5,,' 'ixz A!J.1L Jr' kxxy , W fs, N ' .lifix-,.z'f,h r -' dn! W w kv Y .: S xl X .U ,,., V J: -W N' J If I. v f X ' i A- if 4 " 7134 W 'iefl !.,f 1 M L Q 1.x A 7-HV X: in-wx yi SX, Q Q "V, ,,-- V, fy' . Q'! Y N 1- - f 1 f . i . . xl ' .,. '1 h .i Khvl 1 Q X f 4 J in ,V .1 Ly ,QVV I K if V . 5.1. J r'..,,f -5 A t X ' A h X gy- ii., 5+ X K l ' , , 'vxb X f .ID ' , Q K U I . X W 'wg 'v', J X 'f I ,V F' I' " L ef: .A 1 Y! W1 X r P y 1 Y i w 4 x Vx T, 1 td X lk, V . .. . . , - . . A . ' ' . " - l . , ,ki ','! J IV1 l L I A ,.f.:. 1.: vfg,:f f ' X xiHk v. '21 '- I x ' ,t , ' ',. , THE 1912 COLORADOAN Oh ! for a roll of cotton, And a bottle of llllllllellt, too: For the brickbatls lit and the place where it hit Is sore, Clear through and through. And yet there is one consolation That helps a great deal towards a eure- lTis only the great that suffer this fate, And it's line to be great, I am sure. So I think I had better forget it- In fact, that is all I can dog And I'll force out a Smile, While I rub it meanwhile And be glad that 'twas one brick, not two. ii eo, 'liil Pegg 1279 'O re f f X I3 I 17 Q XG D 5 ff f Mk XJ Xl l ,- Q Q? 339 THE 1912 COLORADOAN A Bang 1326113 This year has been a busy one, as we can testify,! But the prospect of another would certainly terrifyg lVelVe had a bakerls dozen of hair-raising episodes, Dished up at la carte and a thousand other modes. In this institute of learning, which we are proud to claim, lVe'Ye got to have excitement or else our life were tameg For we are just that playful that amusement we must seek, So we press the button and have something different each week. WV e must have that pleasant feeling which Cap Kidd was wont to te When he pushed his captives off the plank into the briny wellg So we, too, have caught the spirit and we tub the new recruit, And make him run around the Dorm in naturels only suit. First of all we had a strike, well handled and well led. But upon which we are sure a plenty has been said. WV e donned our coated armor and entered in the list, And through that week of trouble not a single thing was missed. We took the courthouse steps one night in anger and by stormg The secessionist speeches were certainly mighty warm. First we voted to walk out, then we voted that we'd stay, And agreed with every speaker on whateler he had to say. They exhorted us to stick and show that we were braveg They grew enthusiastic and they ranted and they rayed. Then, to cap the fearful climax and the fast increasing horror, lVe were forcibly informed that thereld be no school tomorrow. But our strike went up in smoke, our vacation came to endg The Dorm-rats served their sentence, their greetings home did send. The papers held us up to scorn-we were known throughout the landg Our friends the Miners said we certainly did lack sand. Of course, the year is young yet, so we can hope the best That something else may happen which will upset our restg And as this Annual goes to print and reaches every home, If things of importance happen you can add it to this poem. XYalks like a broken-down wagon--Richard Boeke. 340 ll The lxopo of the white l'ilC'G-i'RQIlu Heit THE 1912 COLORADOAN A 152111-Ikellenir Hingis TT is twenty years hence in the U. of C., And look, what a. changed University I No longer are fighting and rushing there, 'Tis no longer the home of Hunks and despair, No longer does rush week with terror rule, Instead, we behold a Utopian school. ,J Since rushing is wrong in the early fall, And Sophomore pledging wonlt do at all, And second semester is just as bad, The only real recourse one faculty had Wfas to pick out each freshman as she came along And decide to which sorority she ought to belong. The faculty senate sits mazed in doubt, Still trying to deal the fi1'st freshman out. WN ow, pray, do you thinkf' questions Prexy B., 'tShe7d make a good Kappa. or better D. GL? Shels pretty-now that is a Kappa trait, And neler will you find her without a. date, She's clever, and has quite a kittenish airi'-- 'fBut look at those puffs ll' cries Professor Ayer, f'That confident walk and 'superior smile, No, she, without doubt, is the Pi Phi style? f4Shels engaged P' cries Professor McLucas at this, t'Now, surely a Pi Phi ne'er shared in t-hatbliss. By a.ll means sheis surely an Alpha Chi, Her musical nature e'en shows from her eyef, The sage God of VVisdom objects, of course, HFor thinkf' he remarks, ifwhat a boundless source Of knowledge and grinding yould find in that head If only the anchor and she were wed. I know she's the kind who will always stand pat- A good Delta Gamma, if minus her rat? ffBut look at that breezy, persuasive way- Sheld strike with the fellows any old day, From such a good sport 'twould sure be a sin For us to withhold Chi Omegals pinfl But here Doctor Brackett has something to add: ffShe is sweet, she is modest, and truly not bad, In chafing dish suppers and beefsteak fries She surely could gladden the Delta Phis." t'But think how domestic, how gracious at teas, I-Iow charming a hostess,'7 puts in Doctor Pease, tfOh, truly to Tri-Delt belongs all that grace, Yes, that is the one who should win in the race? And so they all Wrangled, and squabbled and fought, Until the poor freshman was finally pledged-nought H 'Tis pleasant sure to see onels name in print"-Bernard Ryan 342 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Zlhentitiratinnn QList prepared to help the unwary fI'GSl11116H.D Bartender's vest-Fred Varney. A heart on his sleeve-Percy Eglee. Tri-weekly bouquets of flowers-Edith Farrington. Bids to every dance on the hill-Irina Chamberlin. Red knitted hats-Three-fourths of the girls. lVl1ite knitted hats-T he other one-fourth. Olive-green neckties-Professor Cor-kerell. Latest inodel hat and knee trousers-Eugene Milliken. Continuous laughter-E dna. Pierce. Brown Velvet shoes-Estelle Kyle. Knowledge of who wrote the Decalogues A I M 1 Knowledge of who gave the D. G. tea -mc t MHS' Delightful manners-Lisle lVadsworth. Bad and wicked. hut Cl121i1'll1l11g-GGKJ1'g6 Shaw. A perfect lady-Jack Mosher. 'LSilly, silly Cavalier"-Paul Guthrie. Cheeks like roses-Carl Ritter and Electra Franklin. Switches, puffs, etc.-tSpace li1nited.l A manly stride-Dorotliy Mill. A face sulfused with rosy blushes--Dr. lVillard. Loud brown suit-Dr. Ranialey. A concealed Sig pin-Adelaide Moyes. Lemon-yellow socks-Clarence DeVoss. Baby-blue tie-John Stidger. Cap and gown-Paul Nafe. Knitted gloves-Adolph Pierrot. A wealth of inagnificent curly hair-Ralph Carr. Friglitened hair-lVintlirop Leach. A hyper-sensitive sense of niorals-Ruth Henderson. A bunch of heather over his heart-Frank Kemp. Plays ducks and drakes with his time-George Harley. 41-'55 iilllllll if THE EXIOLUTIONOFAFRESHMAN cl?-.,5w6 Qi' 0,4 ff! c::rw-.sf f fn" 'tXYell roamed, lion!"-Lee. 343 THE 1912 COLORADOAN llmpreaaiunz hg her IQPYI' Hrnfraanr Eungenhgkv fAn extract from the conversation between Professor Hoogendyke and a couple of his friends while engaged in a friendly game of cardsj '4Ach, I-Iimmel! I tell you vat iss," sputtered the Doctor from over a full houseg 'Co-education iss one pig farce. It iss der tin can tied to der dachshund of progressf, ftBut, Professor," remonstrated the Baron, as he raked in a stack of chips as tall as "Shortyl' Nafe or the leaning tower of Pisa, awhy this pessimistic tone?'7 MI vunce more vlll tell you vat vas," rasped the Doctor, arising to his feet and taking three If short strides forward. uI'd sooner haf a chob AX punching holes mit der porous plaster da.n been il a professor alretty. Ach! It gifs me a head- H X ache in der stomach, dis ignorance of der Uni- Ii i ' f versity stoodents of Colorader. If der brains v-SH vas blaced in a thimble dey vould rattle around . 'fGoosh! Id dakes moneys to be bopular .4 1' ly 1 U like a pean in a parrel. Xi at der University of Colorader. To deach KU school mitout moneys iss like trying to shave ' mitout a. razor. A stoodent mitout moneys iss like Colorader mitout der C0-op. Nowadays der raw-raw boys must pe like der river. Chess, he must pe like der river, 'cause he isnlt vort anyding unless he owns a couble of panksf, fx el "' t'But didn't you receive pay for your pains, Doctor?i' queried the Captain. beginning ai new deal. mAh, pay noddings! Donld speak me to idd nohow. My dear poy, all we faculty gets iss abuse. Even Clenimy-frugal soul I-could not iff dablecloths vas six zents per million buy der hemstitch of a doilieff 'tBut the men students,'7 interrupted the Baron, looking outg Hhow are they?" 1 "Gooshl Virthletts! Der men dey travel so rabidly dat you dinks dey iss der motormans on a cannonball. Goosh! Virtless! Only yesterday I bassed mit a fratority lodge, and a vreshman vas pianoing mit her might on a piano. Himmel! Such a fantasy of discords a vreshman can make, dat id leads me to pelieve dat he iss as ignorant of Mozart as a Boulder boliceman iss of droublef' "Anything sudden is of the devilg I take my time." -"Herp" Culver. 344 THE 1912 COLORADOAN "How is the chuck that they serve you there, Professor?7' "Bah l" growled the Doctor, gnawing fiercely at his mustacheg 'tid vould dry der patience of a. Libby or a. Job. Der poarding houses, dey iss rotten, yes, sometimes. Dey serve spring chickens which iss so old dat dey eat corn out of Methusaleh's ha.nd. Der egg iss not served on der half shell as dey should pe, but iss cold storaged from der time dat dey vas published, along init lVycliff's Pible. Der bancakes vould make good half soles for Chon O7Brien's football shoes, and der milk noddings more civilized dan White- Washed H 20. "It iss all of no prevailf' sighed the Doctor. HAS Shakesbeare says in der 4SquaW Man,' fUneasy lies der head dat gat-hers no moss., Reform iss vot Ve needs padly, but der regent vill not let reform come to happening. Der regents iss sometimes der brick of resistance under der hat of reform, and der faculties iss alvays der runs to kick der hat. Den der legislature it heabs coals of tire on der faculties' heads, and den Gott help dem if dey vas paldheaded. Der senators says ve don't need abbrobiations any more dan a puttertly needs a pair of Arctic Dovershoes. Chess, der University iss on der down slidings, and ." ' 41' Q W? THE XVATCHDOG OF THE CAMPUS. l don't know and know that I don't know-Fannie Lannon. 345 THE 1912 COLORADOAN what wha in the Eliniunraitg A brief, crisp sketch of those who have achieyed a personality in the Uni- versity. To the thousands who are not lVho: Painstaking care and dogged per- sistence may raise you to the udate sheetw by another year. T 3 . 9 CROXVDER, GEORGE ALFRED g Past- history unknown, but presumed to be good. lVe have, however, one very early tradition of his life which seems to point to the contrary, that is that he pre- ferred to read "Pilgrim's Progress" to Blackstone and t'Huckleberry Finn." Be that as it may, we know that he came to the University in 1907, where his great natural ability opened to him two luring prospects-done, the stage, the other, the bar. After serious consideration, he de- cided on both and immediately began to acquaint himself with the intricacies of comedy and song. His success has been phenomenal. O'BRIEN, JOHN THOMAS E E' A man of varied oratorical and other activities, vigorous in statesmanship and football. MSO genius makes its own starry way uncontrollable as the tides of the sea? O'Brien first appeared at the school which was afterwards to become his Alma Mater in 1907. He early established his ability as a leader by winning many minor cam- paigns, and finally. when the great oppor- tunity came, he was able to lead the op- pressed against the- stern oppressor. will- ing to die in the cause of liberty. Qgffr 2371 XY "Is this that haughty, gallant, gay Lothario?"-Sid Morris. 346 THE 1912 COLORADOAN POLEY, CYRUS YVATT There is no record of academic honors for Cy during his first years at the University. In 1906 he spent some time at an eastern school, but decided to return to Colorado and study. For CQ-l Yau that purpose he registered in the Medi- ,rv cal school in 1907. His methods are ' entirely original and modern. Recent- ly, after several months of morose and X untiring thought, he has announced a new theory in the practice of medicine. iVe state it in the doctoris own dogmat- ic Words: "By George! the Way to practice medicine is to get a big Ford and spin over these country roads in fr fl' 'll ,.. L, f E the springtime." X ' IL-'Fl'- l 1 I, - un 'i' A ' iii! Jg: - 12.155 dually! .Eff"ilfa f .,l ...--- .-gsm:-. .---.. ,...--. .-nu-. lrlflccri w SNYDER, E. TYNDALL SALOMAN, CARL EMANUEL Born October 6, 1896, at Berthoud, Colo. Foreshadowing of his future fame appeared very early in Carl's ca- reer. At the tender age of one year and a half he astonished his mother one morning by stating that, after some months of serious thought, he had de- cided that Shakespeare wrote Bacon. At the University, which he entered in 1906, his precocity was no less marked. He first distinguished himself by ex- pounding Dr. Brackett's stock conun- drum, f'iVhy is at Willow bud?l' then set about to take unto himself many A's. mul 1 ull ull' gill Entered the University some time in the past. He devoted himself to athletics and indefinitely to study, so indefinitely that at the completion of a six years, course his father was forced in despair to exclaim of him: 'tHe is fitted for nothing? Such is the blindness of humanity fs ever to misunderstand grea.tness. Little did Mr. Snyder E55 know that his son was efficient in the noblest of arts, not .fy painting nor poetry, but one higher in the eye of the stu- ' dent than either of these. I - "nina 5 ":i:l:A 1 fnllllln ' ' Qllllll, ' -' H:::' Ease? 5557 No doubt ye are the people-The Sophs. 347 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Uhr Engrntt nn the Clubs The question now before us, said the speaker in the chair. Is one of much iniportance and worthy of great care. In dealing with this subject we must reason and discuss- Are we going to pay three dollars tor a rickety omnibus? Are we standing idly by while the price of cabs goes up, Or are we going to act and call this livery bluff? Friends, students. countrymen, they have surely challenged us. Are we going to pay three dollars for a rickety omnibus 'Q 'Tis Patrick Henry from his grave, said one with highbrow fame, And they grew enthusiastic at the mere mention of his name, Then when the speaker took his chair and gently stroked his chin They laughed and stamped and whistled a11d called again for him U U U illlfigf . - ' CQ CHEAP Tri But others took the iioor, and with speeches hot with fire Assailed with might and main the increasing carriage hire. Three dollars is a lot of money and doesnt grow on trees Said one, a learned student with three full-grown degrees. Q Another took the floor and ranted on the trustg He said to charge three dollars sure showed an awful crust. VVhy, he could recollect when they only paid a dollar-ten, But upon cross-examination couldnlt tell just how or When. So ran the rabid comment until the sun had quit the sky, And still they were undecided whether they should do or die: Till someone quietly remarked that the ladies they might fuss If they didn't go in a rickety omnibus. Yes, my name is Milliken. VVho? Milliken! Milliken! 348 T1-IE 1912 COLORADOAN They pulled themselves together and hit upon a plan, Propounded by the highbrow, which did justice to this man. The substance of their doings, resulting from this talk, Wfas, if the ladies went at all, they certainly must walk. Then they drew up resolutions, which made it mighty bad For anyone to break their word and use a livery cab. So the matter soon was settled and sanctioned there by us, That they wouldn't pay three dollars for a ric,-kety omnibus. The meeting was adjourned and they went upon their way, Feeling something was accomplislied in the way of making hay: And as they reached their hangouts and passed the news around A smile lit every tact and not a single one did frown. And this is how it happens in this college town of ours, That we did away with cabs, and hope to with the fiowersg And if any girl gets curious and pumps you, you just hush, For we won't pay three dollars for a rickety omnibus. CAN YOU IMAGINE Ada Kesner bowing to you with unsmiling face '? Frank Pigg at his Algebra class on time? Mr. Pierrot fussing in the den of a sorority house? Easley Jones in a freshman cap? Chapel Tuesday morning without that awful medic smell? Casey with a case? - Irma and E. V. Dunklee conversing? Dr. Brackett on roller skates? Joe Bogue in Middauglfs trousers? Dr. Libby in overalls? Fat Cowell with long, black, curly hair? Professor Cockerell with a black tie? Not even when he meets a lass does he his puffing cease-WVa1'den Hartman. 3-19 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Uluha THE HALO CLUB fTiL07'6,S cz hope yet, for it said the jood die yozmgj TI-IE A POSTLES ' l i T Fred Hagen Carl T. Liclity Harry Aurand YVayne Cargo Dean WVorcester Du F ay Rice L. Frazer Banks Eugene Milliken George Downer Otis Hutfsinitli 4Spudl' Murphy Oliver Remington Colors: Green and pale green. Password: "I told you so." Motto: "TVe know that it will be done right if we do it." DOWVN TVITH THE GOVERNMENT CLUB Insignia: Skull and crossbones. Motto: V76 donlt care what your darn X gover'nient is. we're ag'1n it. X :N OFFIUERS , ,I 4.7 1 Q None K 41 fCouldn't decide on any, tliougli Vivian was consistent throughout by always voting t for llllHSQlf.l i . MTI-IE ANARCHISTS7' l l S Q., a John Kearns XValter Lovelace 9 .Li Eugene Kayden John Vivian "-'gil .Toe Martin Emmett Lee t4Red7' Heit, Henry Tyvand Frederick Macaulay 'tMost of the people down at the church seem to think that Ruth and I are married-I can't see why"-XValter Loupe. 350 V THE 1912 COLORADOAN BALDHEADED MANS CLUB OFFICERS Adolph Pierrot ............. Chief Joker, Going "Shorty" Nafe .......... Assistant Jokist, Going ' ' 'tHerp" Culver ..... Second Vice-President, Gone f 75 A nimiisisics A " l Amy Edgar John Rose Q Motto: A baldheztded inan who thinks hini- A self good-looking is one of this world's big things. Meetings held, whenever at good show conies to town, in the front row of the orchestra. Members taken in must sign at pledge to there- zLfte1'len,Ve Herpicide alone. THE SONS OF SELF-SATISFACTION Chief Keeper of Satisfaction..Edward V. Dunklee Assistant Keeper of Sahsfzxetion .... Percy Eglee ' w .FACULTY MEMBERS Prof. Morley Prof. MeLuoa.s Mmrisnizs Jzunes Bell Earl l7Vright, Jack Mosher Herbert Bonnell Raymond Venables Carlisle Thorson Charles Doughty Estelle Kyle Rodney Puffer Adelaide Nloys I Irma, Chamberlin f HLet us consider quality and not quamtity"-Catherine Wagner. 351 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Ellie Illuir Gln-Ph A DRABIA IN ONE ACT THE CAST The Fair Co-ed .... . . .The Original of the Sadie IVendell Poster Kind Sally I Sue I Frankie I It - Kate I . . . . . .Upperclasslnen-The .Chorus Meg I Marie I Dolly J Tiine-September. Place-Anywhere about the Campus. KEnfe1' ffm Fail' U0-ed, looking a1'0zmcl ffubiously. Size is dressed accowl- '2'n.yf fo flu' hints for the home d1'es.s1ncLkc7', and mwies not less than ine Qzolumes, zmziong lI'7Z?lf'jZ are lVeDsz'wls Uwrzlwiflgefl'ami cz Boulder City Directoviyj Wo-wi fgazingj--I fear ine this is a large and wicked place. Wfhy does the youth ot the land forget her on the Steps of yon near Parthenon? And who are these danisels? flfvllffll f'7z01'z.z.s with 1'eguZaz'i011 rush, chatter cmd Zcmgizj Sue'-Hello! You are a new student? Kczzfc-I-low.cl'ye do! Registered yet? Sally-lVant any help? Know any of the Profs? Wo-ef!-I ha ve not as yet had the pleasure. SLK-001116 on-we'll put you next. SIINIV-Sll1'Glj'-XYQll.l give you the nudge. fflzvy gflfjltfl' in zz SE77'?fi-ff'l'f'Z6, damning, U0-ed in the miclcllc, each singing in zfzwn ll ztzmie wiflz Fol-fic-R07 cizorusj f'0-w!- !'f101'1m- N117 fy- C71 owns- I ani a Co-ed, you see, A highbrow Fd Sure like to beg I come here for work, I don't want, to shirk. I'1n in for a Phi Beta key. Fol de rol de rolley. Fol de rol de rolley. F ol de rol, F ol de rol, Fol de rol de rolley. Wlhen the President looms up in Don't feel discouraged or blue If he passes you by IVithout winking an eye- Consider you've gotten your due. Fol de rol. etc. view, "The men but waste a XV0l11d11,S timeg Take them away." gArlelaicle Moys. 352 I never knew so young 21 body with so old 21 headf'-XVa,lte1' Lovelace THE 1912 COLORADOAN ,S UC- Clzorus- Frmvfuie Cltowus- Kate- Citorzas- Mcg- Ciaorus- Mafqie- Uftorus- Dolly- Chorus- C'0-ecZ- Ultorus- If a course under Phillips you'd take, Learn concrete examples to make. fSp07cenj Don't talk tommyrotl Most certainly not! And never, oh never, be late! Fol de rol. etc. Doctor IVilla.rd's our history prof., Donlt cry about all the stuif y He'll give you to do, I Because when you're through He'll say 'tis not nearly enough. Fol de rol, etc. y Professor Thompson's the head Of our wonderful College of uEd',, If you can bluff He thinks youlre the stuff 5 S0 never give up till you're dead. Fol de rol, etc. Doctor Lihby's the man with a mind, But, oh! how he does hate a grind! He wants us to he Like the folks 'cross the sea- For respect there to elders youlll find. Fol de rol, etc. Theres one trial youlll have to endure- No one escapes, I am sure- - Doctor Johnson will make You exercise take In the Gym, though the outdoors may lure. Fol de rol, etc. Dean Bigelow is surely a queen, Except that we think it is mean To spoil our good fries lVith a cha.perone's eyes, Wlho looks for things that never have been. Fol de rol, etc. Ilm a Co-ed so cute and so eoy, I never would look at a boy, I come here for work, I don't want to shirk, My time I mean Well to employ. You're made of the right stuff, We see, You'll get your Phi Beta Kap key, So come join our throng, And also our song- Three cheers for our dear U. of C.l fC'u1'taivz,j "A hearty laugh that tickles you all overn-Edna Pierce 354 CGJILLECQE, NUMBER LIFE VH N MAY19 iv J Q X. 5 ,TL Q s' .+ X l if W x . 'l ."' I lf' T 6 THE 1912 COLORADOAN -LIFE- TELEGRAM The Little Sport Ran to See the Dog, and the Moon J-umfpefl 0-ver the 0010. Note.-The above mysterious wireless came tqo the Dean's ofiice day before yesterday. A Senate consultation was immediately called, but, even after a prolonged and overheated discussion, no satisfactory solution -was obtained. Inasmuch as its successful deciphering is no doubt absolutely necessary for the future interests of the University, it was considered advisable to submit the telegram to the general public. Kindly send all suggestions to the secretary's-- oflice before June lst, so that the announcement may be made from the rostrum on Commencement day. As assistance toward the possible solution, the board appends herewith several individual opinions recently given by some members. of the Faculty when first approached by a reporter. FROM PRESIDENT issxiiicn This proposition must be brought to a successful conclusion, the success: of the whole system in the Heating Plant depends on it. Sincerely, I regard this telegram, and the sidewalk problem, as the two most difficult propositions I have ever confronted in the way of practical education. I shall consider this message, also, as a possible subject for my next Commencement Oration, be- cause, if it confuses me, I ought, then, to be the more easily able to confuse everybody else. I will he thankful for all outside assistance I receive, as I intend to hold myself open to every new suggestion if it is old enough. FROBI PROFESSOR LIBBY I confess I was baflied at first, but it is advisable to remember that, while you can not put the ocean in a. bottle, you can always put a bottle in the ocean. Most people, gifted with a Libby-rality of speech, will admit that, but it is the fourth di- mension that bothers one, I know he could if he would, but he generally doesnit try. The discussion in the 3fVariorum,ll especially that concern- ing the third murderer in Macbeth, ought to throw some light. Person- ally, for these reasons, I have come to the conclusion that the solution is not at all impossible. rnoir rnoifnsson XVILLARD I consider the ,whole discussion: ridiculous: it simply proves an un- fortunate lack of the knowledge of' history that should not exist. Any- one at all acquainted with the Third' and Fourth centuries, A. D., could' easily solve this problem. In fact, Richard the Third himself, on hisl second crusade, exactly predicted this catastro ohe when he cried . l . 1 'tSmallpoX V'0b1SCU111l7, See also the recently discovered words of Peter'- the Hermit, now on exhibition in our Biological Museum. Remember that a thorough acquaintance With the past always makes the present and the futu1'e a cinch. 'fVVhen I was with him I have never heard him sweara'-J. C. DeVoss. 356 TI-IE 1912 COLORADOAN FROM DEAN FLEBIING The case is new to me, although at first. impression I should think the Habeas Corpus could apply. I rec-all a famous case in the Supreme Court of Alaska, wherein Mr. Justice Brewer, originally from the Milwau- kee circuit, said: H111 all reason and common sense it ought to be clear- but it isnlt. Still, may Heaven for- bid that anyone should know the law -I don't." This is the nearest I can come to an answer at present. Nev- ertheless, I shall continue to preserve a judicial attitude, and will read up on the matter in both Mills? t'Indi- gestible Digestv and the Denver Dry Goods Almanac. Continued on pa,-:fe 358 IN H15 FQQT STEPS r1znxr's ABSENTBIINDEDNESS. Professor Thompson, traveling as an inspector of high schools, ques- tioning a class-Now, boys, who- wrote uI'I2l,1I1lGId,? Timid Boyflj-p-please, sir, it wasn't me. Professor Thompson was telling the story to Prexy on his return- Most amusing thing! I was ques- tioning the class and asked a boy who wrote 'tHamlet.', I-Ie answered, tearfullv: 'fP-p-please, sir, it wasntt mef' Prex fatter prolonged loud laugh- terl-Ha! ha! That's goodg and I suppose the rascal had done it all the- time. BEFORE AFTER' ' : a "Let me play the fool"-George Shaw. ,f 3 57 THE 1912 COLORADOAN PROFESSOR LIBBY ON THINGHOOD A thing is simply an is-ness, and matter is the is-ness possessed of somewhatness. Mind is am-ness as the opposite of is-ness. In our ethi- cal conception of truth and right, truth appears as the so-ness of the as-it-were, and right is the awful yes-ness about the how-ness of the thing, while wrong is the no-ness of the so-ness. Did you get the point? Philosophy is the mind trying to find out its own little game. Our profs are stript of all humor in the classroom. They embody all their humor on inscriptions on sheep- skin. It is the best joke they can play on us. It is, too, the consumma- tion of all their loasenessg in it they lie to the very skin. Fordyce P. Cleaves is said to have ripped all the buttons off the bosom of his shirt last Tuesday in an en- deavor to demonstrate to his class in oratory the principle of diaphrag- matic action. A New EXPERIIIENTAL .COURSE IN rsrcuonour. Professor Lawrence Cole of the de- partment of Psychology wishes to have all such persons as Irish. Fickes, Funk, Hincliman and Puffei' report to his laboratory as subjects for experiment at the beginning of next semester. Professor Cole in- tends to give a new course in Sep- tember on Adolescence. Continued from page 357 FROM DEAN isniioiimrr Say, you sure have pushed ine on the Speedway with that proposition. lVhy, it makes me buzz to the boiling point. I would like to have seen a staller like this slipped over on old Dante, or WVild Bill Shakespeare. lVowl lVouldn't that have made Billihand out some blankety-blank verse. As for yours, Pm leaving for the tallest redwood in the forest. Itfs the metre and rhythm that have handed me the sleepy slams. WVhen you get the answer ship it thither by the next fast freight. CCensoredJ FROM MR. rmnizor I do not care to present my views on this question until, as is my cus- tom, it has been debated in my class, so that I can get some ideas on it. After they have thoroughly mangled it, I am sure I will be able to present a few valuable thoughts. And right here, if you will kindly pardon this customary digression, I would like to say that my debating class can suc- cessfully settle questions in forty minutes which, after forty years of debate. still remain unsettled by Congress. If the Americans were wise, they would know to whom the salaries should be paid. See me after class, and maybe I will give you an answer. lVhatever it is, it will be correct. The less men think, the more they talk-R. O'Brien. THE 1912 COLORADOAN FROBI PROFESSOR PIIILLIPS Wlhy, it's a.ll poppy-cock, bosh, drivel. I talked this thing over with Veblen quite recently, and, while he didnlt exactly agree with me, he did. lllhy, at the last St. Louis conven- tion of Isolated Economists it was conclusively shown to be of little economic importance. However, I suggest that the problem be sub- mitted to the Interstate Commerce Commission. Theyill settle itg in fact, they'll settle anything that isn't worth while. FROBI PROFESSOR T1-1oMPsON Itis the practical utility of the proposition that confuses me. If I were a Sulphide I could easily grap- ple with this difficulty, but, being only 'a. Bromide, ordinary cleverness doesnlt seem to help me much. Its solution, however, will no doubt ex- pose many useless, though high- spun, theories of education running rampant in many departments of ed- ucation. If I had more time I should tell you the answer, but I have to catch the next train for Sa- lida. FROBI PROFESSOR MiLUcAs. I do not care to discuss it. As I said at Oklahoma, when a much sim- ilar telegram was presented, the whole thing can be readily discerned by a simple reference to a passage in Act IV, Scene III, in Shakespeare's l'The J ew of Malta," which says, 'tHe who runs backwards can hardly read forwards." That's the sum and substance of it all. Prex has two ways of insulting freshmen: one is by his neglect, the other is by his care. Another year and Mr. Kingsbury and "Uncle John" Hunter are still single: "Ferd" Lockhart and i'Billy" Pease still talk, A CALL TO PARIS Helen O. Coates, assistant in Ito- mance Languages, received a mes- sage from the University of Paris a few weeks ago asking her if she would accept a position as professor in French at that University. It seems that we Americans are the real discoverers. after all, but the wily Frenchman is at any rate determined to find out anything new about his language that he has hitherto over- looked, and so is trying to enlist the methods of our local department. DISASTER IBIPEN DIXG V It is diilicult to understand how President James H. Baker can direct .the affairs of the Ilniversity without the advice and counsel of 'tOur Sec- retary." Fred Hagen, whowill leave us before next September. Mr. Ha- gen will be married in July. V , ftlensoredj 'iConcerning the subject of gas"-E. V. Dunklee. 359 THE 1912 COLORADOAN I-IAZING TADPOLES. A college tale of happy days, My brethren pikes, here Gene relates, A-chanting how in divers ways Their Lordsliips, too, show hu1na.n traitsg And how-now wink-this year belated Some erring pikes were rusticated: Their Lordships, too, are gay-be praise- Then merry, boys! and next year haze. Complaints against the pikes have come Into higher courts.-'tTheir race is mettlesome, Dear Sires! lVe minnies, eels, tadpoles Are hazed and racked upon our souls. Through ooze and slime A At any time lVelre made to dip And flip and skipfl ' -t'lVid nuttin' on, like mermaids green, My very eyes with shame have seen,- Sir Clam affirmed,-the poor tadpoles I-Iave dipped and skipped 'bout reeds and moles lVhile all the pikes have cheered and wared, And water of the freshies pouredf' I Arraign the culprits ,fore this court! In the pond we can 't permit such sport. In a tub immense, with pomp of state The pikes were brought to hear their fate. The judges came in grave debate g This brazen case adjudicateg Two hacks, three goats, an ass, an ox Have met, presided by a fox. All proof in archives set. lVhat use Repeat it here. Yourself peruse:- Through ooze and slime At anv time lVe're made to dip And flip and skip lVid nuttin, on, as Sir Clam swore. -"Such crimes were never known before! The judges cried, O hang that scum, A Moral for future pikes to comef' -t'Pray, hang your noose ll' the fox exclaimed. tHe knew such schemes at life's fare aimedj t4Your punishment ainlt hard enough To eler uproot the hard and tough. ldlhy hang? Grlib nonsense, mere childls play! O drown 'em in the pond! Drown lem. I say Y" A diamond in the rough--,loc Martin. 360 4 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Agreed ll, they cried,-"ai just decree! llhey pranced, they brayed, they roared with glee. Forsooth. in the pond The pikes were drowned. The morals a maze Fm prone to own. But mark,-to haze There danger's none. VValter S. Lovelace, editor and :lubman, of Boulder Colorado, is being sued for breach of promise by Louise Marie Diaz, better known as Florence Fly, of the chorus of UMa- dame Butterflyf' Miss Diaz states that she and Lovelace were to be married immediately after his grad- uation in June, and on this account she gave up her enga.ge1nent and quit the stage: She asks for Love- lace, or damages to the amount of s25,ooo. - CCensoredj J. XV. Kearns and his assistant, Joseph Murphy, supported by the reputation made in the late strike of students in the University of Colo- rado, have entered professional cir- cles. These men have taken a con- tract- to evoke a revolution in at least one-half of the republics of South America within the next six months. Dr. Libby sa.ys: ttlf I could get a. little more culture developed in this University I could afford to be less popularfl Does he know that we have some students that cannot smoke a. domestic cigar? See Fritz Varney and Percy Eglee. Cramming for exams is innnod- esty turned to profit. Professor Lien and Miss Jennie Moyes, the dashing little soubrette who made such a stir in the local theater some weeks ago, are two per- sons whom we should be greatly sur- prised to see togetherf Joe Martin, the boy athlete, known from Trinidad, Colorado, to Lead, South Dakota, as tithe gentleman with electricity in his list, has given up his position as trainer of the Uni- versity of Colorado athletic teams and will study for the ministry. Martin will enter Denver University at the opening of school in Septem- ber. A well-formed athlete, whose only fault YVas following the girls around. 3f il --John O' Brien. THE 1912 COLORADOAN MA Y XVE SUGGEST 'That "MiZzoo'i Talbot comb his hair? That Katherine Gill makes up her mind? That John Rich is seen fussing altogether too often 1? That if we were as good-looking as Lichtyi We would certainly have had our pic-ture taken? That Banks is wasting his time in the ministry '? He should manage a c1reus. That it would certainly be a shock if Eleanor Leonard were seen alone? That John O'Bri.en be more careful at the Orpheum? Down Seventeenth Street To Push Crowder that the Christmas Vacation is the Week before New Year's, not the week after? Tha.t Hagen and Klemme explain how the men were fired from the Dorm? That Colorado play Denver? That the next Carnival be held in 1999? That the Freshmen football team Wait until after the Sophomore game to order their sweaters? That Vtforeester and DeV oss be more careful on New Yearis eve? That '4Romeo" Bell is certainly a true Thespian? I That if we had wantedfta little fairy in our home" We surely would not have asked for Dean Bigelow? ' " That we surely would like to see Push Armour spend a niekel? That boy is too good to live-Clif1'ord Stone. 362 THE 7912 COLORADOAN Uhr Glalrnhar SEPTEMBER-BACK AGAIN. Monday, 12. Freddie Haven yawns and opens the University at P40 eight feelinv fluesd W 13 The mills be0'in to 0'rind-a slow Grind lllednesday, 11. D . . . . , ,N olclock sharp, immediately assuming that tired 4 N 5 . U T e al, , - . X. c 2: a ' ' Freshmen go crazy trying to follow the paths. xp IZ Thursday, 15. Kearns is back-Father Time looks discouraged. Friday, 16. Old students and also i'Tin" Snyder register. Saturday, 17. Professor George gives a reception for new and re- turning professors. Mr. Pierrot gets a lemon with his tea-animated conversation. Sunday, 18. Churches crowded. Homesick co-eds looking for familiar hymns. Monday, 19. After having paid registration fee, hospital fee, lab- oratory fee, A. S. U. C. fee, and having purchased tlie'Libra.ry before being allowed to qualify in the race for knowledge, President Baker advises us to save. Tuesday, 20. 4'A fool there wasfl so Folsom said, 'clVho queened and fussed the fair co-edg tGet outf he criedg ado as you should, 7 7 A J .AQ Or I shall quit, and quit for good. 7 C 4 gl? f lVednesda.y, 21. gy N il - . . . . 2 , V. ill .v lf. X 'D Oh, loyl lVhat a relief! Sororities are through ' rushing. Thursday, 22. . Laws extend a touching welcome to J. S. Stidger on Y his return. ,gill llgyjaf :S 115 LQ SEP "Fd rather be a chemist than a married maui'-"Pete" Cragin. 363 YHE 1912 COLORADOAN j ilu The iliuture Name Present Vocation Ambition Ultimate End Hilton Baker ,.... .Cliaufleur .............. To Graduate ..... . . ..Cha.uii'eur Frazer Banks .... Ralph Carr ,,.... . Helen Coates ..,., Inst. in College ........ Clarence DeVoss. .. Carol Dier ...... . E. V. Dunklee. .. Arthur Dierstein. .Theology ...... Fowler . . . ...... . . . , , Pl'Q2l.Cll01' ........ .... . .Student ..... .Proprietor of U. of C .... .Electrical Eng .......... Amy Gordon ..... ."Black Catu .... Freddie Hinelnna.n.Voiee Culture John Kearns ..... .Agitator .... More Theology ..... . . ..Tea.eher Fowler ......... Fowled .Ph.D. . , . l'lutI'smith ' Bishop .......... . . V. .Missionary Dip ............,.. . . ..Dipped To Be the Wlorld 581.75 per Day To Graduate ..,.... ....Looking for a Job HF. XV. XV." ..... "Diamond Dick" Lace Maker ...,........ .Prize Fighter To be a Court of Appeals. Carl Lichty ..,.... Comm. A. S. U. C ....... Ferd Lockhart .... Talking ............... . Wfalter Lovelace. .Editor 'iSilver and Goldn. Joe Martin ..... John McFadden. . . i'Mont" Preston. . . Jay Rowland. . . "TP Stewart ...., . Fred Varney. . . Ray Venables. . . .. John Vivian. . . . Dean VVO1'CGSJCG1'... Luther Mitchell. . . Mentor Daniels. . . Ed Aceola ......,. Winthrop Leach. . Orange McNeil .... Jack Barrows ..... Drank Kemp ...... Boy Athlete ............ Football ...... Librarian .............. .Paying Freshman Bills. Dorm. 4'Rat" .......... . Model Student ......... Getting a Degree ....... Mgr. of U. of C. Band.. Y. M. C. A. See ......... Invincible Tenor ........ Student HJ ...... . ..... . Engineer lmaybej ..,... .Spending Father's Money. Capt. Baseball .......... Bubbles and Broth ...... Collecting Money ........ Arthur Dierstein. .Attending College ...... . Supreme Judge.. To Talk ......... Editor N. Y. Sun ....... Pugilist ........ Lawyer .... Capitalist . . , .Brewer .... .Grafter . . .Sareoni . . Diplomat . . Anarchist Grafter Talking Reporter on Niwot News . . . ..Sa.lvation Army M. C. A. Sec'y . . ..Librarian Ladies' Tailor . . ..Poet . . ..Poacher Coal Heaver Politics . . . . .Still in College D.D. .... Sporting Editor Caruso . . . . . .Singing in 5e Show Broker . . . . . ..Broke To Study ........ ....Editor of "lVar Cryf' Social Lion ...... Spending Fatherls Money National League. Epworth Newspaper Fame Bubbles To Be a Lawyer .......... .To Get a Degree, . Still Collecting Money A Degreeless Engineer "He is retired as a noontide dew'f--Harold Drinkwater. 364 THE 1972 COLORADOAN SEPTEMBER Friday, 23. Professor DeLong ruin .shooting pigeons. s a drain pipe on the Library, -s 1, .cf , ll? . ' l Saturclay. 24. I Freshinen, 5+E. D. leader displays good H. S. 0: Freshmen cheer- . 7 J llflglllixlli'-illUSGI1i. Sunday. 25 wiki t'Katv lVa.gner fails to find the Presbyterian Church. xi l'II Monday, 26. Xa! Duff starts the new year right with a clean collar. Sam L' Tuesday, 27. The Jassing of vie and oretzels-the football teani l l . D l l starts training. lVednesclay. 28. G. O. P. begins to organize. Vivian unanimously elects himself to all otlices-no recall. Thursday, 29. Carl Ritter is, chosen President of Juniors. Prep school carries away freshman election. Friday, 30. A "Jawn,l OlBrien breaks training-attends the Y. M. C. A. stag. OCTOBER--LEAVES BEGIN TO FALL. Saturday, 1. Varsity, 20-Prep, Og football prospects brighten. Co-op. sells more banners. Sunday, 2. Extra! l l Street-car'passes pedestrian going clown the hill. Accident Jrobably due to excessive load of l . TSE?-O churchgoers. W ' Q Falhs is innnersed in Jordan ditch. I SEEK' iff Tuesday, 4. fl if 'wg Professor Libby tries to give a cut. Class refuses to 2 be bled. If I were only three or four inches higher Ill make that girl look at nie-R. YV. Gnnrlrinn. 365 6 ,gig W THE 1912 COLORADOAN al p what Elf Professor George ceased to talk geology? "Jaw1i', O7Brien did no longer wear the "Sunny Jiinj' sinile? Professor Rainaley no longer feared inicro-organisms? lVe had no strike or smallpox scare to stir up excitement? "Dode" Hutfsinith hecaine industrious? The Co-op. stopped selling "a peanut and at shortn? '4King Klennnew resigned as superintendent and head supervisor inents, needs and necessities of the University of Colorado? Currens was not allowed to dwell upon the feelings of inanlzind? Professor Cockerell purchased a, new style tie? Carr ceased to bestow his affections upon the dear co-eds? Pierrot never cracked a joke? Kayclen argued no inore for the good and rightful causes of Soc lVe had no University Lake? People ceased to go to the Library to visit? Professor Cleaves did not indulge in his lectures on oratory? More of the Faculty attended chapel? All these aforesaid things were true, what would the rest of us po H0115 l love that :Black Hand Rag' U-Bottum. 366 of improve- ialisin? or people do? THE 1912 COLORADOAN OCTOBER Wfednesday. 5. t'Duke" Grabill is too late to walk home with Ma Thursday. G. Y. WV. C. A. weleoines new members. Friday. T. PreXy's reception. Miss Helen D1'ake's hat attends twenty times. Saturday. 8. Alumni Day and laying ot cornerstone of the Audi torium. Auditorium well heated for the occasion. oar: Sunday. 9. Prex enjoys QU the strains of Lew Doc-kstader's latest march issuing from the Kappa House. Monday. 10. . Prex condemns ragtime as Sunday music. Annie Laurie suggested. Tuesday, 11. uSpudi' conducts the Soph election. Not a fare con- ductor, but a niekelodeon. lVednesda.y, 12. Kayden convicted of insanity-still at large. Thursday, 13. Ode to De Facultate in the uSilver and Groldn and the conviction ot Kayden arouses the Socialistic ele- ment. Friday, 11. Columbus Day-Arnold Odlum delivers an oration on icV11't11Q,7 to Klemme and the other members of the audience. Saturday, 15. lVo1nan's League initiation. Forty co-eds expelled for hazing. Varsity sees D. U.-Marquette game in Denver. All cheer lust-ily for D. U. D. U. be- lieves it. 4? Q5 -fb 13 QE dl? Sunday, 16. Q? H digg First snow falls. The iiD01'1l1 Ratsn initiate. 'Rep mov PRINTS IN THE SNOW rehensible conductft THAT ARE TO COME NO MORE. OCT. 16 YVill we stick? 367 THE 1912 COLORADOAN 0BItn'a filament - l Each mornin' Ven I reads the papers, shust to gain some knowledge The Hrst tfing vot I looks at iss the news of our own college, Und dere upon the sport-in' page, in headlines large and black, I sees the college conference iss once more out of whack. Each day some trouble's started between some different schools, Und each night it's almost settled by inventing some new rulesg Before each game of feetball some school is sure to say That anoder hires professionals, derefore dey cannot play. Perhaps some fancy star hass made for him a mighty name, If so, den someoneis sure to try to keep him from the game. Dere may be no real cause at all that anyone should kick, But a goot imagination will find one pretty quick. I remembersin the days gone by, Ven but a leedle boy, Ven I thought a goot rough feetball game the greatest of all joy, That efery Colorado team vould play mit all the rest, , Und dere wouldnft be no fierce disputes as to which one vas the best But one goot game vould seem to me nowadays shust simply great, Vile I don't expect to efer know the best team in the state. I'm satisfied if I can see a team go out to play IVith half a dozen players that haf been allowed to stay. I'm grateful to the conference und praise it long and loud, Because itls left Vun single man to entertain the crowd. Ven I hears dere iss to be a game I am a mass of smiles- Although if Ilm to see it I must travel thirty miles. Dey say this conference vas made to bring about some peace, Und that after its establishment all quarrels then would cease, But since that time it seems to me that efery year dey double, Und if we haf vot dey call peace Ild hate to see some trouble. I vonder if in Heaven, vere the harmony iss great, Dey fight und call each odders names as in this poor old state, For if dey pull each odderls vings und slap each odderls face, Shust like dey do oudt here, I t'ink Ild like some odder place. I t'ink the pupils ought to stop their teams und start to shirk, For I'm sure the college conference iss bound to do the work. The fact that it plays all the games hass been already shown, So I t'ink We'd better quit und let them fight it oudt alone. He had peculiar whims about the wooing of girls-Alfred Briggs. 368 7 THE 1912 COLORADOAN OCTOBER Monday, 17. Sophs and Freshies prowl through the night to 5 if A scrape up a sciap. , me 'gli Tuesday, 18. i'0.,y,-Q.5. .115-Ag King has his lesson-Dean Fleming threatened with my ' 'fffifly 5 N 1 A, ' :F-,. -cya-', E U :Asn J-wr ilpop exy pu,,if.A'. - , Wfednesday, 19. My ' E Q9 Committee of Deans hold solemn council. Martyrs to the cause begin to lose their grip. Thursday, 20. Marvelous! Society editor of the 44Silver and Groldl' gets an item correct. Hope springs eternal. Friday, 21. Republican Club refuses to debate the Democratic Club. No one is disappointed. Vivian wins by brute force. Saturday, 22. Barbecue-A roast. Sophs meat freshmen, much at steak. Raw ! Raw l Raw ! Sunday, 23. Oininous silence pervades the atmosphere. Storm approaching. Monday, 24. Call for the strike! General Lee favors secession. L'Trolley '7 Carr wounded and on crutches heroically urges on his men. Battle cry, 'fNo more petticoat rule W Green flag chosen. Tuesday, 25. Co-eds, swayed by the eloquence of a taxpayer, de- cide against the strike. Wednesday', 26. ttlf ye are brutes then stand here like fat oxen Wait- i 7 ng for the butcherls knife, but if you are men, fol- low mef' Extract from speech of Cicero Lichty. Ketchum lcatches kompliments. Dunklee tries to Win over the girls, but finds his eloquence of no avail. Thursday, 27. John Mitchell Murphy and Samuel Gompers Kearns THEJH-ENC E ji e vanquished. Unconditional surrender. OCT 2 3 . I hoineward plod my weary way-Mentor Daniels. 369 JLEEEEE :EE- f T . f ff iz ff? 'f , X 4' ... V mv,,,,f X 1 Q Q-' 1 4756 1 l X 3:2 "WU im- 2 ': we ' X2 WWE? pfp ANY,5O9yJt-6 CC . Q Are we downhearted ? X ph Qjourlfo N THE 1912 COLORADOAN OCTOBER Friday, 28. ,ji f'Billy,' Pease falls off the ivagong Prexy stays with di A it. Charity Ball. vwvgvx W 'QQ NNNG Saturday, 29. - 7Va.rsity, 11-Utah, 0. Thief gets Professor Lester's Wm-' "J Ingersoll. '-ml " :81'S,ff.Zl."'3 Sunday, 30. The teetotalers return inuch refreshed over their vic- tory. Monday, 31. f'The last shall be first and the first shall be last? The Y. M. C. A. Handbook is out Cof dateb. NOVEMBER-PIGSKIN-MOLESKIN- XVI-IO KIN 'Z-W E KIN Tuesday, 1. Sid Morris announces boycott. Three liveries sold out. Wfednesday, 2. Smallpox Vobiscuni. Daniels flees to Pueblo. QEdi- tor's note.-April 1, still quarantined there.j Thursday, Masonic Club quarantined. Dunklee assumes coni- inand-otliers too disheartened to protest. Friday. 4. All football games and social events are called off. Valiant f'Doc" Fisher does a rushing business. Saturday, 5. C. C. takes time between strides to gloat over 'Var- V s1ty7s inability to play schedule. 'iid q Sunday, 6. My Indignation meetings at all sorority houses. 1 ffff - MM I Monday, 1. I 23,75 Miss Pierce receives twenty-one American Beauties. QRX .ffm 1 3 B NHS ,N GUAM- Tuesday, b. 1 Q . TM' NQM 2 Economics department 'fL1ens,' heavily on the stu dents. "Phillipl' tinie with quizzes. HBut there is one I know on whom l dote"-Helen Coates. 371 THE 1912 COLORADOAN mantvh People to eat my nine cent breakfasts. A. A. Engelbach. Members of Senior College to wear caps and gowns to chapel. It will be :L great favor to me andiMeyer Brothers. XV. Roy Armor. A chance to say everything I want to. Irma Chamberlin. Strikes, epidemics, and new buildings. University. To know Why we have classes on legal holidays. Students. To know how to make our eyes behave. Katherine Jameson and Lillian Hol- man. Second-hand police uniform about June 8. J awn O'Brien. Salaries, not Wages. The Faculty. CXVe don't blame them-this ad. was in- serted free.j More clubs and societies that I may join. Greek letters preferred when pos- sible. E. V. Dunklee. Some one to teach us more games to play in our pretty yards. Sig Alphs and Pi Phis. To make the acquaintance of somebody with a little sense. Professor Phillips. Any little boy that's a nice little boy. Mary Morse. A little time to myself. uDip,' MeLauthlin. A A new carg mine is out of date. Gretchen Fowler. Everybody to know Welre here ! Barbrick and Milliken, 1914. Somebody who will listen to me tell about basketball. H. Aurand. "I am afraid to know anything in class for fear people might call me a grind"-- ' Electra Franklin. 372 THE l9l2 COLORADOAN NOVEMBER V lVednesday, 9. I I - i W v klenime made Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, he moves over on Mapleton Hill. X f f Thursday, 10. P i Dean Harlow visits New Mexico-investment frus- Q W 1 PI Puls trated-robbed of entire capital of 5511. J KW! y e-Q GN X A Friday, 11. Wm . Chapel crowded to hear Professor Cleaves' lecture fl ku on "How to Be Graceful Though Portlyfi . l Saturday, 12. f Olinstead registers a haircut. Sportsinanlike con- MJ, duct of C. C. noted. if Sunday, 13. NOV. H F There is a scratching and rubbing of arms. Monday, ll. . CC J 1 Folsom discouraged- I ush" Crowder abandons t ie x squad. Tuesday, 15. HBilly" Pease and Dr. lVillard run a footrace. Wfednesday, 16. Steins clink! Dr. Hoogendyke of Rotterdam, Hol- land, arrives. Thursday, 17. Judge Fleming tells four hundred and twentieth story to illustrate point. Friday, 18. COLORADO Rallv in cha el' Professor McLucas s eaks and wins . I P 3 P FX Oratorical Marathon. '53 Saturday, 19. I M -N Varsity-Agony game, usual reception, Epsteen xg ft j counts score. X Sunday, Q0-Monday, 28. Everyone gone for the holidays. The few remaining 1 in Boulder keep the town from dying of stillness. 1: ,J QQ Thursday, 24. NQV Mines -Varsity game, Prexy entertains Michigan cheer leader at the game. cz Makin' the earth in gen'ral step 'long to tune an' time, An' cuttin' it into slices an' saltin' it down into rhyme." -Jack Barrows. 373 THE 1912 COLORADOAN SILVER AND GQLD U'NIvERSITr Or COLORADO DECE1N'lBER 15, 1911. 9 , , QAII extract from the NSilver and Grolda' as the Faculty would have it.j Idiosyncracies of the Globigerina. Brachiopods. Encoiniums thus subju- gated to the adverse criticisms of those whose tendency is not to ameliorate the ganglionic vascular epithelium, nor allegorically enunciating the endogna- thal pseudopdia may by a paradoxical circumlocution become synthetically misanthropic, however the human genus may by a series of fortuitous and adsititious rejuvenation of the niedullar oblongata, and by the elongation of the ectoblastic splanchaplure, trusting to the eleemosynary inhibition of the funic- ular polygon, through sporadic deterioration become elfervescently Sapona- ceous. T. D. A. COGKERELL. CAS it is.j The usual chapel exercises were held last week. Professor McLucas spoke Monday, Professor McLucas spoke Tuesda.y, Professor McLucaS Spoke Wlfednesday, Professor McLucas spoke Thursday. ' L November 14th fSpecialj .-The Y. M. C. A. hope to send a delegate to the National Convention. The Junior Laws had their examination in Equity last lVednesday. Another of the pleasant Friday night dances was held at Sternberg Hall last Week. The fimud puddle aristocracy" was there in full force. QAS the students would have it.j A PIPPIN ! I ! ATHLETIC SMOKEII A LULU! OORKING, OLASSY CONTESTS! Say, man, did you go to that Smoker? Believe me, stranger, it had 'em all buffaloed to a fare you well. I should rise to remark, and murmur like a little neck clam at low tide. Did I get a suit case full of Pall Malls free? No, I did not, but the Union Leader always -finds room on my dresser. Am I brusque, do I appear forward in asking you how you liked those bloody listic encounters? Poor I-Ieitl Knocked out in t.he fifth, but up and kicking, grin- ning and grunting as long as his pins were perpendicular to his Waist line. But henceforth and hereafter segregate those long presentation speeches. Tiresome? Say, can a duck swim? Ha! Ha! Ha! He! He! I-Ia! Ha!-Kathleen Wlheeler. 374 THE 1912 COLORADOAN NOVEMBER Monday, QS. '4Scottyl7 TVilson returns. Tuesday, 29. TVayne Smith returns. TVednesday, 30. fi uShorty'7 Knous returns. Law School smoker- Q A. A. Reed on trial for bootlegging. Dick DECEMBER-VVHAT TVILL WE GET FOR CHRISTMAS? Thursday, 1. 9:20 a. ln.-Co-eds begin preparing for Engineers' Ball. Friday, Q. Engineers, Ballg excruciating strains of Siinplcins Violent Torniento. Moses demonstrates some new holds. Saturday, 3. Sack contestg Sophs lose because of the absence of NSip" Drinlzwater. McFadden elected captain. Sunday, 4. ' Q7 'lealess tea at the Delta Gainina house. GJ T Monday, 5. X Miss Anna VVolcott, lirst Woman regent, elected- -TQ others to follow. Tuesday, 6. 1 TVednesday, 7. Athletic smoker. Heit bursts into national fame. Singers have a Puget Sound. Thursday, 8. "Scotty', goes on duty to keep the Kappas oi the I grass. 4'Tl1at bunch dun ther, bl Baker's house? fb F . A-X riclay, 9. QQ Chief Justice Fuller overruled by Millikeng Strea Elec, ver also dissents. 14011, we believe in doing crazy thingsg it amuses others as well as ourselvesi'-The Sigs. 375 THE 1912 COLORADOAN THOMPSONISMS I IIEARD IN "Exif, t I HI have just about time enough to make another remark before the end of the hour." ttlf a man in sight of his dinner should suddenly become panic-stricken, much the same result as occurs in my examinations would take placef' ulVhat would happen if one of the co-eds should slide down a hillside and fall into the arms of a bear as I did?" UAn example of feminine logic: Angels are pure in all their attributesg therefore, angels are White, and since they are white they must be perfect. The only perfect form is the sphere-hence, those of us Who approach a sphere in form are angels." "Society is divided into two classes-Daisy and the other kind. How many Daisies are there here?7' "Over in Utah one man has several Wives-me for Utah." "Many students here would look better in the luna tendency institutions in Pueblo." 'eHow many girls would like to marrya butcher and thus get the degree CMI.S7Z77 '4Some of us are biologically half shot." :The modern girl is a buxom maidf' i'Girls in the teaching profession are a mob of mobile maidens meditating matri1nony.77 UMen smoke because they have nothing better to dof' HA man would rather spend money for tobacco than for a piano on which his wife's sister would play when he wanted to sleepfl 'cMany men have nothing to distinguish them except brass? ttNature Will destroy a prophet just as quickly as she will a fat sinner. We observe that Nature has been lenient with certain members of the Fac- ultyf' 'iAll children are psychologically sick-we now know what troubles the fre-shmen.', tilt is the desire of every co-ed to become a great big Woman? "Vat time vill you be down mit you, Harry ?"-Lora Argue. 376 THE 1912 COLORADOAN DECEMBER Saturday, 10. More than one and less than three seen going on a beefsteak fry. J B Sunday, 11. Scrap-iron Quartette serenades Chi Oinegas rustily. Q-7 J Monday, 12. Moses gets out patent on his "Strangulation 'Waltzl' EC 'O as perfected at the Engineers, Ball. All rights re- served. o r:v.Low5 Tuesday, 13. The Harley dianiond is here-no hope for the Hope Diamond. Wfednesday, 14. Professor Phillips comments on noise in Junior Law rooina ttOne thing is certain-the gentlemen of the legal profession amount to more around this build- ing than they ever do any other place." Thursday, 15. Medic Smoker-Leon Block speaker of the evening. , Friday, 16. Club House Carnival, chair upon chair greets Kap- pas, Faculty endorse A. T. O. tubbingg Beta stunt ix terrorg box office realizes front porch for club house. Saturday, 17. Cap and Gown dance. Some new fads in dancing are displayed by Mosher. Sunday, 18. Red letter day-Bonner goes fussing. Monday, 19. Professor Ramaley discourses on sanity. Tuesday, 20. Vacation is so near that heat is not necessary in the 0 9 'g I, buildings. I if Weclnesdayf, 21. Craig lets frantic freshmen engineers into class after the last call. T25 DSPGMC3l:r"lgE0EgSQND5 Thursday, 22-Sunday, 31. C I' DEC 2, Holidays-Four orphans and one dog left in Boul- der, the dog is happy. i'D0n't you think that was a swell annual we gave 'Zn-The Phi Delts. 377 THE 1912 COLORADOAN 1HHiIh 2-Xpnlngira in Svhakvapvarr The College world's a stage, A stage whereon we see a varied art, Of tragedy, of comedy, romance, In which each student plays awhile his part. The first to enter is the toil-worn grind, Shiny his pate, his wit, his very mind From which thoughts flow like melted cottolineg His poor neglected shoes alone-unshined. Enter the shark who maketh such display, Admiring him We are surprised to find A shattered idol! Man of brain? Nay! Nay ! For e'en the shark must also be the grind. The athlete then appears,-what need of brain, When sunburned brawn can Win his lady fair? lVhy should this hero poser, medal-hung, For trifling, ink-stained, useless sheepskin care? A sound of trumpets! Enter freshmen then! WV1th Hdinkey capfl pride-crushing, s1na.ll ot size, lVhose sock-displaying trousers, cigarette, All in one perfect greenness harmonize. Ah! herels Sir Fusser, lost in high romance, t'Heart-smasher ll' Faith! youlve guessed his name, You blush-perhaps it wasnit just a guess, Perhaps-ah, look! Here is another youth! Solemn the student plays his sober part In cap and gown, this motley throng among, Then-sheepskin gained, what matter if he dies A man uunknown, unhonored and unsungw? NOW comes' the swell in clothes of la.test cut. Handsome? No, only passing at the best. uWhy this applause?7' Dear stranger, canlt you see? 'Why, that man Wears three frat pins on his vest. Lost in the limelight enters the Court Fool, Downcast, forlorn, world-Weary, void of spunk. Be merciful to him, for he is lost, Sans grades, sans bluffs, sans everything but uflunk. 22 2: :li tk S: And so each plays his part As fortune calls- And on the College stage The curtain falls. YVi11 Hattie May Thornton ever grow up? 378 71 in truth I THE l9l2 COLORADOAN JANUARY-HAPPY NEWV YEAR Sunday, 1. - T -1- - THE N3'4::'Ml f' Shaw and Cunningham spend New X ears eve at the THE EETQEFEQF Elks, Co-op.-a horrible debauch. UPON MES!!! ' gi -MSAT Aroma- V I NT CAN 1 fb X . , Q Monday, . t - MAKE FOR MY only brain stimulater RHEZLQGHTLESS Q W in the country-open for business. - o D O University of Colorado-the Tuesday. 3. Topic in chapel: "Many were cold and many more were frozen." XNXX lVednesday, -1. X Q0 below---Epsteen moves class to boiler room of heating plant. Thursd-W. 5. Z Q L ' ' . Q 0' a new hat- JAN,7 Mr. Jones appeared in English wearing identification uncertain. Friday, 6. Freshman party-near+da.ncers attend. Saturday, 7. Cl' Ome0'a house-storm Carr forgot to call up '11 g brewing. Sunday, 8. Engelbach resigns managership of HColorado Monthlyng the editor urges it to Drinlzwater. Monday, 9. ' -S .ts re-elected Canine convention on the campus pa president. Tuesday, 10. Professor Ramaley makes debut in new Xmas suit. lVednesday, 11. Powers in uHavana7' come entertain chorus at a dance. S to town. Sigs Jimmy Thursday, 12. t-Catherine Fonda finally AWAY FROM Ml Dramatic Club tryou 'rr-lou -rmcv-:fri-:R , M qualified. I? Friday, 13. Seniors seek emancipation from final exams.-no Lincolns on the Faculty. Saturday, 14. l U. of C. Dramatic Club holds convention: fifty-five 7 members present. JAN, I5. e wood dancers"--Sallie Hollowell. "I just love fat people, especially when they ar g 379 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Uhr 13mm . Three months before the Junior Prom. they started in to get A dance with every lady whom in school they ehaneed have metg But competition entered and the contest waxed with vim As the laddies strove for the fair ones they must win. The ladies sat in Waiting as the time came swiftly on, And wondered Who theyld dance with at the coming Junior Prom. Their partners filled the programs-they themselves ,had naught to say Of the men that they would dance with on that fashionable Junior day. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY JVANTED--'TO trade an old Annual for a cap and gown. J. P. N afe. YVILL EXCHANGE-Ten bees, one butterfly, a grasshopper and a dozen assorted bugs for one wide lavender necktie. Professor Cookerell. Losr-One silver spoon with NF rom Valw engraved on it. Return to f'Vall' Fisher. WAN'rnn-Second-hand medical textbooks. I graduate again this year. E. T. Snyder. NIENTOR-COIDG back, all is forgiven. UJW YOUNG LADY, very intelligent, would like to become acquainted with a few more good-looking young men. Estelle Kyle. LosT+By the University of Colorado, one Dean. Return to Mildred Peck. JVANTED-SOITIG one to take me seriously. Klemme. XVANTED-S01116 one to tell me why I am so conceited. Benjamin Haddock. Losr--One perfectly good reputation on the engineering trip. WV. Prouty. A Holy R-r-r-oller-Spud Murphy. 380 THE, 1912 COLORADOAN V JANUARY Sunday, 15. Breakfast for nine cents at the Theta Psi house. i Monday, 16. A Q f 5 Reduced to seven. Cockerell pasturizes. Tuesday, 17. JAN 22 , Three bottles of cream missing from the Tri Delt house. TVednesday, 18. lVebster's birthday-QMacaulay's speech unabridged. Thursday, 19. Three empty bottles found in 'xVorcester's room. Friday, 20. Sigs proceed to educate their freshmen in the man- ner of the faithful by putting up such signs as 'iBar,n "Grill Room" and "Family Entrancefl Some one also thought it appropriate to put a life sized portrait of Grandfather Casey on the Wall. Saturday, 21. Grizzly bear dance put in practice at the Friday evening dance. Sunday, 22. Eglee, eager, enthusiastic and elite, merrily manages Mill machine. Monday, 23. I-lellems hammers hopeless Hellenics. A Tuesday, 24. McLucas makes many miserable. ' Wednesday, 25. Pierrot plunlzs poor Pi Phis., Thursday, 26. - Burnett bums backward bunches. Friday, 27. Ramaley rams reckless ramblers. . Saturday, 28. Fleming flunlred frivolous fumblers. 5 lx MW Sunda , 29. W E3 - y U ip ffRooms for Rent? Q ' ' Monday, 30. ' .VN 5 X Edward Vacuum' Dunklee gives annual banquet to X X f gb -fl Sigma Phi Epsilon at the Co-op. . JANS Knows something about virtually everything-Karns. 381 THE 1912 COLORADOAN whim Efhnmaa Glam? iliarrhing Hume TV hen Thomas went to college , He was his mother's pet and joy, But he hadn't stayed there long 'Til he was quite another boy. He had always had his lessons, And been the model of the town, But now those grades he used to have Had started to come down. iVhen father asked him why it was He said he didn't know, But guessed it was because He often went down to the show, And to the freshman dance, And all those other places, too, And every other evening A little fussing would he do. lVell-Thomas didnjt stay At college a great while, For after first semester- CCome, now, you needn't smilej- But Thomas only made three hours, lVhen eight he should have made, And so he packed his little trunk And all his debts he paid. He took at journey homeward To his parents fond and true, WVho welcomed him with open arms, Like many parents do. But when his friends and neighbors Asked him Why he left his college He told them that his eyes had grown Too poor to seek for knowledge. So all that year he stayed at home And tried to make things right, By working hard and faithfully From early morn 'til night. He pondered hard and deeply, Resolving day by day That next year. when he tried again, He sure would make it pay. "We're so happy"-Helen Drake and George Harley. 382 THE 1912 COLORADOAN JANUARY Tuesday, 31. Echoes from 140 honies: "Father!" "Me child!" 'l FE BRUAR Y-SOCIETY 5 . r lVednesday. 1. l 5 "JaWn'7 O'Brien wants to go to the Prom. Meyer Lei Brothers, Bergheiln, The Hub: 'tNothing dciing, U- LJSLXVHEZ you're too big." Thursday, 2. FEB' 6 Senator Nafe of Mortar Board district appears in chapel togged in toga. S Friday, 3. Prominent people proudly pay for Proni. pleasures. fp Saturday, 1. ,Varsity-Aggie gaine. McConnell tries to burn one du g an of the cottages. Sunday, 5. Nothin' doinl. Monday, 6. Prex gets a niachineg comparisons odorless. Tuesday 7. A 7 ...J E. V. D. lands fat position alternate on the De- I' M-dw., bating Society teain. WVednesday, 8. Duff appears with second semester collar. Thursday, 9. . Vol. XIII, No. 23, of uSilVer and Gold" appearsg ftFraternities a Blessing to Mankind,'l by VV. S. Lovelace. Friday, 10. Je- lValdo collars the laundry trust. XO I Saturday, 11. w Varsity, 17 5 IV5701111Hg, 115 Castleinan smiles. I gs Sunday, 12. X- ,. .. t'Laziness keeps students from church? J 'QS Monday, 13. FEBE Tablet presented to the University by Sons of the ' Revolution. UI don't believe in acting like other peoplev-Alice Downing. 383 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Hnihrraitg Zlktahinna---151.1 K H elpful hints on preziailing styles for yirospeczfivc smfZc'71ts.j FORBI AL ATTIRE VVil1 be in style for the Delt picture as in the past. On the other hand, extreme informality will be the prevailing style in the Engineering school, and also, it might be added, in the Law school, although Casey Cunningham's smoking jacket is not to be regarded as the prevailing type. BEEFSTEA K FR IES Are still informal, but there seems to be a tendency on the part of Dean Bigelow to put them in the list of strictly formal occasions. FOR HIGH SCHOOL DAY TI-IE Y. High rubber boots and an umbrella have been suggested as being in the best of taste. Some, however, prefer low shoes as more appropriate for Jumping from pool to pool and thus to the grandstand. BI. C. A. CABINET Has started the innovation of wearing yellow pasteboard squares from the coat lapel. This is merely a fad, however, and seems to be but an innovation of the tags given out at the Club House Carnival, or the Masonic pins worn on the coats by the Acacia members. BY TI-IE FRESHBIEN It is supposed to be good form to appear on the campus in any kind of hat or pipe. The Commission rules on the subject were intended as a Joke, anyway. FOUR SENIORS OR LESS lVill continue to appear in caps and gowns on the first Monday of the second semester. If any more than this are worn at any one time before Commencement it is either at sign of the commonplace or that the Mortar Boards are having their picture taken. ABIONG A CERTAIN EXCLUSIVE TENTl-I Of the University a disturbed and worried look is said to be quite be- coming during final Week, and after finals no costume is to be considered complete without the accompaniment of at least one suit case, a letter from the Dean, and a one-way ticket home. A solid man, broadminded, and of some weight in society-Biethan. 384 THE 1912 COLORADOAN FEBRUARY Tuesda.y, 14. Professor Libby lengthens Elliotls five-foot shelf in - novel suggestions. ' H TVednesday, 15. If Delta Gammas forbid fussing after ten o'clock. X X hav Thursday, 16. A xi-. ff Fawcett turned on for High School Day. FEQ3 Friday, 17. Prouty elected captain of track team. Saturday, 18. Y Varsity vs. Mines. Mines retains championship. Sunday, 19. Teas and tehees. 1 Z Monday, 20. Professor McLucas wooes Dame Nature. t'Best cure for sentnnentalityf' Tuesday, 21. Boulder goes Wet-all hail to snow. Wlednesday, 22. Professor Cockerell lauds Vlfashington. The Band practices in Chapel. Thursday, 23. Richards Lit.-U. of C. Debate. Loving cup trans- ferred. U. of C. Debating Society-"Thursday al- ways was my Jonah day." Eitttv' 2220? Friday 24- ' MD ' Sophomore German-naturalization papers distrib- ' N 5 OW x , my C . . lf? uted-dance Americanized. A 1 Saturday, 25. Q Accola elected basketball captain. Sunday, 26. "Dip?7 Carols over the phone. QO1nitted from other days for Want of space.j Monday, 27. Q A. T. Ofs shovel past the Pi Phi house to coffee and doughnuts at Chi Omega house. A Tuesday, 28. TW EVA? Groundhog dayg Lichty sees his shadow. nun" 5, ...f- av-""' ' A FEB23 Verily, blessed is the man who fussetli not nor talketli, for of such are statesmen- and undertakers. 385 . -,',,H,,,- -1- QQQFOXQFIH X610 or XAFWZILKFVUII ' x C' 6020!"'ZZf 0 ,, H NO. f275, ldffalv fbi' The Sfgfe Zfmyfr 5617 K fha Sfafe of C -ffze usfbdfg? TEISL of WV pl Plulfl.. fund L' QMS HI fm f , , Q WNIOLVX gg W XI WONQDEK 'F by 1, AuTomo61n.ES. ABLE T0 WOU ff XT AREWRY EX oo GREAT 555 , PENslvE." ' C THINGS." T fo Mr' X X - ra and ode Q H . THE P OF- amafe ill according 70 rw K .sfufhfff fffifcfe , !f14.x-muff? mr five Z!fn'1ffr.r17y Lv cefflf-4 y lacqfefl cmd inasmuch as 771.9 fzfalvle of fha Sfqfe are enghjfnr rfcajfffzfkvj more and' mare 173- qdranfdgef, jf ,ffems ffmf 75951-e IJ' of heed of Man' egwpfffmf I mm' more lwfldf nys , . Fr ,uf-awdfzrg ffm? fhu fs ff fo .66 zffed ' for WAdf fha Evan! uflkge 7711: If , 7'-Ac' L2Q'T2TCIIl' - H dc.:-ardmg fo fh I 1-CHAR EI :fi C? edzfc- 7'7lw 4? fhfmufrf I 5 CHOO L- I ra- VV ILL- HAVE T0 fer .Q THE 'cmd my X 32 55N 0 MILLT5 W. E -,L 1 RAHHQAH. relvor X - THERE . of A "wavy HAVE 9 BOY' om .-:D -, 0 Amawevrfmj f .- NMI lf . A NEW ATHLETIC x 1-apo ,--FY!! FIELD, . f' A New evERYTr-nmc, fffffu f 111 H URRAH! H .5726 of :lf -rl: ll1g'6!I?fAd frm be f X Vafunhbh al' T H E FATH ER 07" ffl.. nexf " L5 regular Jcsxfbh. Hrffcfe lZ hflr fhcahre uf .f0Q000 ,ber jfar 1: a be expended Q35 diem' ,bf-ended, A ffjfrea' ffm T 1 T QQUWW -L X M TO KX K X XX X NX xXXywiXyNXxx NXXRQA 4 - A A . THE 1912 COLORADOAN MARCH-LAMBS COUCHANT-LIONS RAMPANT. Wlednesday, 1. District Court case No. 27. X. Y. Z. Snyder vs. E. T. Snyder. Faculty subpoenaed as witnesses Verdict: xV01'tl1lQSS. WOM5 Thursday, Q. F xjx.-, Lovelace starts his campaign to make Phi Beta 'gi 3 Qu Kappa. 1 A 5 h , J, 3 . , Fr1day,3. ay - . Q Open season for candidates begins-three out for 1uZ' qs : "Silver and Goldv editorship. Q 'Z Saturday, -1. Lbwibi l Pan-Hellenic Danceg mere man is not an essential. Sunday, '4Ollieii lVilson assumes receptive attitude and hopes soon to be waited upon by a delegation of leading citizens. Monday, 6. Y. M. C. A. begins its whirlwind campaign. Tuesday, 7. Tag-youlre it. Vlfednesday, 8. "Niagara in lVinter7' reproduced at Law Building. Thursday, 9. Senior girls eagerly scan the paper-the list is not yet made up. Friday, 10. Internal dissensions begin among the Thespians. Saturday, 11. The Annual Board, which long ago lost all its re- ligion, now loses its sense of humor. Sunday, 12. The Denver Republican, by its article on "Sorority 5 if Life in the Universityfl makes a tremendous hit. with J, View the girls. JI JK w Monday, 13. ZX li Many Law students seen congratulating "Billy" Pease on his chapel talk on t4Chiva.lry"-just a little NAR '5 diplomacy. Freshmen have more need of models than of critics. 387 'THE 1912 COLORADOAN MAR-CH Tuesday, 14. Eleven seniors have Phi Beta Kappa 'tthrustv upon CD 'Q SOMEJAYIWQ' them. f Q SONET 'WN ly-ednesday, h A, Prexy begins to get his picture taken-the first ofg - tb - xy eighteen sittings. 'Z -f Thursday, 16. MMM. ha T' uUncle Johnw discovers the cause of drowsiness in SQ chapel. QD Friday, 17. Society seen in all its glory at the "College lVidow.'7 'tGigw and McConnell manifest their loyalty by the . ttwearing of the green." Saturday, 18. The Glee Clublimpose upon their friends.. Sunday, 19. A. T. Ofs make preparation to tt 1 f a end the Kappa tea, but get no further than the front porch. Monday, 20. I The.Engineers, thoroughly guarded by nine profs., begin their tour of the state. ,f-11-'Q X Tuesday, 21. Gundrum makes his final appeal: UT don't like to see my na.me in printf? lVe dnesday, 22. Lee, for the second time in the month, changes land- ladies. Thursday, 23. The Laws, led by Carr, valiantly attack the empty barracks of the Engineers. Friday, 24. The theory of expatriation put into practice by In- structor Lien. SaturdayQ 25. The University opens wide its gates t f 1 oa ew legis- lators, many pages, clerks and their lady friends. .-ffltlpfcyl 21 T l'm time VACATION a rising young lawyer-more rising than ttraised"4Otis Hutfsmith. -388 THE 1912 COLORADOAN .12-45: QU. ' ...Y it N-mg miata. Q 'X n f s.. e g k' 1 WW .. It is lergelydthrough tth? co- Z' 3 operation an suppor o our iiiih advertisers that this book is E made possible. We urge R that you show them your 6 6 ' appreciation by giving them I -T,...,4: your patronage. Q Q19 aft b t 5 -.E W , Dean Bigelowinay give advice, but she cannot give Conduct I 389 THE 1912 COLORADOAN A Wise tradition "Dont Walk clown towng Get it at the Co-Op." Everything for University People at the University l-lill Store AROUND THE CAMPUS Girl Cregisteringj-MI donlt know what to take." Professor Phillips-NI felt like telling her to take the train? Professor WVillard-uMiss -l, why donlt you grow tall?" Miss --t4I've always heard that in order to grow tall you have to stay green for a long timef' Abel-' 'Is 'In God We Trust' on the coins that we may trust in the gov- ernmentg because there is not a full amont of gold in them ffl" Mr. Pierrot-f4You will have to talk if you ever expect to get through one of my classes. Talk whether you have anything to say or not." Mr. Lien-UEach of these questions does not count equally much." Dr. Brackett-t'Statistics show that ninety-tive per cent. out of every one hundred college girls are engaged at least once during the four years. Only very intelligent girls are able to resist the temptation." 3 As if all the flowers in each Johnston generation Had blossomed at last in one grand culmination. -Edith Farrington. 390 . J THE 1912 COLORADOAN U IVERSITY GF CGLOR D0 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS- Courses leading to the degree B.A. COLLEGE OF COMMERCE- Courses leading to the degree B.A. and special certificate. COLLEGE OF EDUCATION- Courses leading to the degree B.A. and special certificate. GRADUATE SCHOOL- Leading to the degrees M.A. and Ph.D.g also M.S., C.E., E.E., M.E. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING- Civil Engineering, leading to the degree B.S. CC.E.J. Electrical Engineering, leading to the degree B.S. CE.E.J. Mechanical Engineering, leading to the degree B.S. Chemical Engineering, leading to the degree B.S. CCh.E.D. SCHOOL OF MEDICINE- A four-year course leading to the degree M.D. SCHOOL OF LAW- A three-year course leading to the degree LL.B. SUMMER SCHOOL. Located in one of the most healthful and beautiful sections of the Rocky Mountain region. Regular income, exclusive of building funds, S2I0,000 per annum, equivalent to income from endowment fund of about 55,000,000 Standard courses in all departments. l68 instructors and lecturers. Co-educational. Nineteen buildings. Laboratories well equipped. Annual fee in all departments except Medicine and Law, S515 resident, S25 non- resident, laboratory fees extrag tuition in the School of Medicine, S755 in School of Law, 550. I,30O University students, not including Summer School. The Colorado Chautauqua is located at Boulder. Write to the Secretary of the University for further informa- tion. uC1ear the trackg Pm comingf'-Elizabeth Boeke. 391 THE 1912 COLORADOAN The Home of Good Clothing and Furnishings We carry nothing but high-grade, dependable merchandise, and every customer must be satisfied. We make a special effort to satisfy fl STUDENT WANTS and we believe that you can do better here. A trial is all We ask. Corner l4tb and Pearl Streets The modem clothing store of Boulder. ' THE UN FORGIV ABLE. For he is your instructor, Revere him as you ought, He's the authorized conductor On your special train of thought. Though in inany sins he's hardened, Though his cranium is chalk, His existence might be pardoned If he only Wouldnft talk. But. he hashes up the lectures WVith the reading and the text, And disgorges dim conjectures As to what is coming next. He reiterates in sing-song The details of week before, And you know that you711 get in wrong If he chance to hear you snore. Oh ! if profs. refuse to pass us- And no wonder that they balk- It is not that we are asses, It's that others are-and talk. -Ilatrvarcl Lampoon. T "But are you sure that I am Well awake ?"-The Faculty. 392 THE 1912 COLORADOAN We Make the University Pictures WHY? Simply because our photos are original designs. NEW-DIFFERENT-ARTISTIC. They appeal to the greatest number of people. - Look up our portraits, have a sitting made, and helps to advertise us among your friends. 'X TAKE NOTICE--We specialize on suitable styles for Wed- dings, Groups, Baby, College, School, and Society Photos. A N l b A ' !l2lf1 .Slreei e son Studio garage A ghost? Not yet. She7s visibly studying-Maude Craig. 393 THE 1912 COLORADOAN MODEL ' '---"" ' " W, 4. . 1893 ' B1 -1 REPEA mvc RIFLES me 4 K' G g f llme 9 ,HK iN s QTD 1 QQ4X . . 69- fbee The Special Smolceless Steel barrel, rrlled deep on the lf I gg' ' QNX Ballard system, creates fperlect combustion, develops W1 A , highest velocity and hurls the bullet with utmost accuracy and mightiest killing impact. Amd? The mechanism is direct-acting, strong, simple and perfectly adjusted. It never clogs. The protecting wall ol solid steel between your head and ' cartridge keeps rain, sleet, snow and all foreign matter from getting into i 9 the action. The side ejection throws shells away from line of sight and allows instant repeat shots always. I Built in perfect proportion throughout in many high power calihres, it is L WI .' a quick handling powerful, accurate gun for all big game. Ev ry hunter should know all thogufh characteristics. ge ?l.I2l"eHlZj Sem-1 for our free Catalog, Enclose 3 stamps for postage. 42 Willow Street New Haven, Conn, HAH l1BlI'lOO1Tt,7l explained Dean Fleming to Ellis in the Junior Law class, 'cis soinething which has been handecl clown from father to son, and in some cases is highly prizeclfl UI'cl prize these heirlooins I have onjl whispered Lichty to O'Rourke, 'ta great deal more if they werent so long in the legsf' Th E ' IF ' T99 ssenua ElCl0I'S in evely l I i i SCHGDL or COLLEGE COURSE W ' Arab" Q l il Br in , l ion, AND - , eil llllll lllll 0 Gllfllllllll l f e ww K a li The cone shape for ease in writing and secure friction lock of cap, ,A i V the patented spoon feed for accurate ink supply, and the clip-cap to 3 E l prevent loss are some of the individual qualities for the college success l I of Waterman's Ideals. Also Safety and Self Filling. Ask your dealer. L. E. Waterman Co., 173 Broadway, New York , Sunny Jim-Schuinacher. 394 THE 1912 COLORADOAN Lallie Surveying Instrument and Supply Co. Manufacturers and Dealers Established l888 J. ' C. L. Berger and Sons, Buff and Buff, and l... E. Curley lnstruments LLB- . i g in stoclc. as se,' T2 ' A ' , . . .. s, -f Lazzws Ball-Bearmg Czlppef Reel. l..allie's Solar Ephemeries Q I 51h eclitionl sent free upon request. 1622 Arapahoe Street Denver, C0l0l'aCl0 IF YOU 'WANT T O KNOW' HOVV TO Dress in latest Parisian style consult Theo Townes. Run the President get a position in the Secretaryls oflice. Fuss all the blonde girls successfully go to uDutch" Rhode. Be persevering ask Earl Ellis. Not manage a magazine consult Engelbach, Become an actor Watch Varney or Lewis perform. Be a prize lighter train under "Red" Heit or McConnell. Make Phi Beta Kappa. ask Adelaide fMoys, Mary Trowbridge, Grace Hall, Louise Berg, Mrs. Gill, Eloie Dier, Gertrude Thielen, Clarence DeVoss, Frazer Banks, Oliver Remington and VValter Lovelace. 5' C. C. joke : The reason that Boulder beat Utah was because Utah only had eleven men, While Boulder had eleven and one to boot. F Professor P6358-ccRG1ll61l1bGI', one swallow does not make a suinlner- or a full drinkf' 9' There are no more scholastic honors to be won-Grace Hall. 395 THE 1912 COLORADOAN AN HOUR IN THE LIBRARYW Girl to the friend next to her: Don't you think Catherine has a stunning dress on today? But, mercy X I must get to work, this history is the dryest stuff. it t'Henry Qshe readsj was not a Protestantn-Who's that man just coming in with Miss Farrington? Do you really think so? it 'fin the truest sense of the Word." Are you going to the dance xyith that freshman? HI-Ie was led" it it Isnlt he grand? There he goes now tt "it is true, by Clementina VII's refusal to declare his first marriage illegalll Dr. IVillard is awful uto break the bond between the English and the Roman Church andn it it it he gives such long assign- ments it if 'tto induce the English clergy and Parliament to acknowl- edge" it I have just a. million things to do it Mas supreme head in religiousi' And who is Carol looking for as she starts home? Has well as in the temporal interest of country." it Oh, dear! the library closes at live o'clock. "No earlierw it at it Mr. Preston seems to be abstracted. ftEnglish sovereignty had ever ventured to go so fart? There comes Helen Nate, and she is talking. 'lt it was in previous conflictsw it Look through the windoxvg there goes Mr. Viforcester of the Geology department cutting right across the lawn. if it Hin Rome" Zi' it Well! IVell! Do as the other girls say. ftHe was ready, too, as We shall seef' 'F it it But nobody goes up to the Chautauqua now it tfto appropriate the property of the mountains? it it tk There goes the bell. Well, I am glad I really studied this hour, anyway. Time flies when you Work. v In the Boulder Herald Cnews itemj : Mr. Furlong of Steamboat Springs is in the city visiting Colonel Fonda. Boeke fhearing it readl-'fIVhat do they call her Colonel for?5' 0 A believer in conservation of energy-Mitchell. Our l9Il Spring Styles for fashionable Photographs are particularly attractive. We trust you will favor us with a call, which we feel sure will be of mutual interest. Respectfully, Ph0ne?ea'l679 Gosha's New Studio for appointment To be an engineer is not necessarily to be a barbarian-Ralph Brown. 396 TI-IE 1912 COLORADOAN F or Individual Pictures and Fraternity Groups go to 31111125 Ighntngrzmhir gfiuhin III3 SPRUCE STREET MR. and MRS. C. H. JONES PHONE BOULDER 693 linimkzi wh Ighntn Qumalirn u Uhr Cgrvvnman Sturm Gln. Uhr Hniuvraitg Sviurr Enhm Efninn " Tl f t bulence-Sproule. THE 1912 COLORADOAN UHIJ T ZR self - Loading Rifles , H of ,. Y A I 5,51-rgjsebzfesf 'pgs'-1-, Wil ' ' ' V.. , zmffmss. 137- +'1P"s, . s Y ' . '- . .cs ,-sewers ,. JSP- , -.. - ' .,,,,,,:zyg-351' 'f t-':?". U- -- if - - I ' 53:7 - ..fp,, .,.' . 'N 1 -- wings - filer! no Made in .32, .33, .351 and .401 Calibers THERE is nothing to take your mind off the game if you shoot a Winchester Self-Loading Rifle. The recoil does the reloading for you, which places complete control of the gun under the trigger finger, and permits shooting it as fast as the trigger can be pulled. These rifles are made in calibers suitable for hunting all kinds of game. They are safe, strong and simple in actiong easy to load and unload and easy to take down. Ask your dealer to show you one, or send to the Winchester Repeating Arms Company, New Haven, Connecticut, for a catalogue describing THE TRIGGER CONTROLLED REPEATERS OUR DAILY My ......... ............ City. Mr. Dear Mi' ....................... May I point out that your attendance on the whole has been regrettaibly irregular? Unless these absences are absolutely unavoidable, I would sug- gest that :L continuance of such irregulairity would be thoroughly undesir- able. Faithfully yours, B. R. I-IELLEMS. . H. FETTI Greelc Letter Fraternity Jewelry Memorandum paclcage sent to any 'fraternity member through the Secretary of the Chapter. Special designs and estimates furnished on Class Pins, Rings, Medals for Athletic Meets, etc. 213 North Liberty Street Baltimore, Maryland Too busy to worry-Fawcett. 393 THE 1912 COLORADOAN CC JJ ith lass -T h a t's ' O u r S t y 1 e MA 4 i liifll .... When you Want anything in Printing W g7'd'UZ7Zg' 1 E72 i i .itisalways best to talk to--- CARSON-HARPER PRINTERS AND ENGRAVERS 1336 Lawrence Street Dttiilti? 4417111 just sick of boysg Pm going to study this yearw-Angie Bearss. 399 ,THE 1912 COLORADOAN Originality from pose Largest and best equipped 1:0 finish studio in Boulder 0911111 Skin Beep is the limit of the mere photograph. I try to go cieeper anci picture the personality-your very soul, This and art-judgement rnalces the difference between mechanical photography and photographic portraiture. A portrait is a characteristic delineation of individual personality. Telephone for an appointment SNO W Portrait Elghntngraphm' only Gracie Prices from 31.00 to Work 51.00 a dozen Professor lVillui'd-'LI mn going to, Ilin goin g, by the way Pin going to, pardon ine, but 1,111 going tofl P Professor Libby-Wl'he smart Aleck American Sl3l,lCl6HfS.77 'Y Mr. McDonald Qto the mirrorj-"She smiled at ine-Illl call lv I Established 1872 GO TO ., Y THE 7 Baur s Bon Bons llaglil I ' l SHOE ' and CHOCOLATES 3 ' ICE CREAM and 1oEs FAVORS FORDANCES For Shoes That Please ' li C ll M A 1512 Curtis Street t 6 0 ege en Phones 397 -ass Denver, Colo. 824. 16th street DENVER ' Just because QL girl wears al pin it is no sign she is engaged-Ivy Campbell. 400 THE 1912 COLORADOAN irhvns rntlms CLE VER CLO THES for Correctly-Dressed University Men 636 Sixteenth Street Denver, Colorado IN THE HOME PAPER Robert Harries states that he is now an important factor at the Uni- versity, and it cannot run smoothly without him. Report has it that our faithful missionary, Wktlter Loup, still has his one convert. The Newton Lumher I-1ig1,e5tG,-M155 of and Mercantile Co. LUMBER LIME, CEMENT, BUILDERS HARDWARE. PAINTS. CILS. VARNISHES AND GLASS Is Vfhat We Offer You Ae Lowest Prices .........,...... CALL AND SEE US Store and Office at Lumher Yard at 1105 Pearl Street Phone, Boulder 66 Sixth and Walnut 4'This is Smith talking, the Sigma. Nu." 401 THE 1912 COLORADOAN l A Inn N WEBSTER'S NEW I INTERNATIONAL DICTIONARY The Only New unabridged dictionary many years. Contains the pith and essence of an authoritative library Covers e . very field of knowledge. An Encyclo- edia in ' a single book. The Only dictionary with the New Ditvided Page. 400,000 Words Defined. 2700 Pages. 6000 Illustrations. Quaxkzmmaxxexmuxt Cost 8 I' ii K- ' i KI Post .Y0urS,61f re- S pail' if-gy W. Q garding this most Q 'Ia remarkable '+G I - iam if sin le volume. Stl A viix wiimi-KX? X I g 5 in y D I EXW" f fly qi, it V IQWZEQ V 192 -, It 1. XTX fullp rticulars, etc. ' iwviv '," I if if 'ff'-C , ' . ethis paper and I I SI i A ' 3 'i win sand FREE 'if L ' aa ,A.A,5y,3:'ANS'i" a. I N : wx 5 I i -at 4563402 fri Rm, il Q-A Write for sample pages, , . 5 at . X Q E5 XX Nam 0 Q5 :A YR we set of Pocket Maps. ., ., 'NW I ar if lg llyirfxc "uh at 5 y G. si c. MERRIAM co. Y, 'S' SPRINGFIELD, IVIASS. I. I ,-...- The 1'G0'1Il?1'EiO11 zwaiiist hazino' should halve been sus Jenclecl in the cases . I ei tr Q , of Harris, Haclflock, Loupe. Stenver. Fl ' l. Cz f - V' ' oyc issell. R. M. Smith .incl otheis. 5 Herald Qnews iteinb z Alniny li. lfldgai' will spend her vacat- tion in Cheyenne QU. Boulder ? ,. Professor Qin Engineering lmilclingI-"lVhat's that noise? Student-Just Aocola. sn: C0mplfmenf5 Of The West's Oldest and Largest Music House TI-IE KNIGHT-CAMPBELL MUSIC COMPANY Eiiiiiiziiziiffi Pianos, Player Piaiiaa. Talking iviaaiiiiiaa, Pliaiiagiapiia, Small Instruments of All Kinds, Sheet Music, etc. EIQNC3-lg-EORNIA STREET F. J. MARRIOTT Boulder Representative A heart with room for every joy--Marie Seeley, 402 K J MPH, anginmjit hah in hr hnnr. Glnntrihntinnz VVe extend our sincere thanks to the many who have aided in the composition of this book, an 4 regret that we are unable to give below the iiaines of all the contributors: f LITERARY Harold Healy Edward Leech Ferd Lockhart Glenn Lewis George Shaw Adolph Pierrot George Purmort Rebecca Vaille Bessie 'Webb Oliver C. Lester Ralph Carr Eugene Kayden Charles Fawcett Katherine Cole Alice Downing Jack Barrows Merritt Perkins Joseph VVeinberger Ross Morrish Edward Dunklee Arthur Parkhurst Roy VVllll2l,ll1S C. Belmont Preston Amy Gordon Victor Montgomery Dorothy Chittenden Reginald Chase Lolita Snell Ruth Henderson Grace Parfet Eugene Fowler ARTISTIC June Ashley Arthur Gill Myrtle 1- allis Virginia Hardin Byron Boyd Fay Floyd Carl Ritter Maude Craig George Harley Irvetta Smith PHOTOGRAPHS Perry Kilgore Harry Rhoads Merritt Stenhouse C. T. Mudge George Harley Stuart Mace 405 Henry Dendlhl Carl Ritter Albert Boeck Charles ,Sperry Calvin Day Zlnhr Numbers in parenthesis indicate page on which picture can be found A. Abel, R. J., 11235. Accacia 12605, 26. Accola, E. C., 12525, 124. Adams, E. B., 14. Adams, E. ., 12885, 165. iT' Albers, H, F., 165. Albertson, D. E., 165. Alexander, R. VV., 247, 165. Allen, F. D., 12665, 165. Allen, M., 12945, 165. Alling, A. R., 11245. Allison, V. R., 12865, 97. Allison, W. H., 14. Alpha Chi Omega 12925, 293. Alpha Chi Sigma, 12725, 273. Alpha 253. Alsop, G. R., 12565, 124. Alumni Associations, 35. Ames, F. O., 165. Amesse, J. VV., 31. Anderson, F. G., 157. Anderson, H. F., 165. Anderson, K. J., 92. Anderson, M., 12905, 165. Andrew, M., 165. Andrews, Dr., 275, 29. Andrus. D. A., 146. Andrus, R. R., 12485, 270. Antrim, J. H., 165. Arasmith, M., 12885, 165. Arch, 312. Archibald, E. G., 12465, 159 Archibald, H., 165. Argue, L., 1985. Armor, C. A., 157. Armor, R. WV., 1795. Arnell, J. R., 29. Arnett, C. D., 153. A 2685, 159 Tau Omega, 12525 Ashbaugli, R. 1 ., 1 Ashley, G. H., 153. Ashley, J. M., 1985, Ashley, T. C., 12665, 153. Associated Students, 11845 185. Atkinson, E. F., 12585, 153. Aurand, H., 257. Aurand, M. M., 12945, 153. Avery, VV., 12105. B. Bacon, B. B., 12645, 165. Bacon, R. R., 11655, 160. Bailey, G., 12705, 84. Bailey, R., 12525. Bailey, VV. D., 12525, 153. Baird, E. R., 12645, 171. Baker, A. M., 1985. Baker, F., 153. Baker, H. V.. 12525, 153. Baker, J. H., 1135, 15. Baker, Baker. P. M., 171. MC, 171. Baldock, H. P., 171. Ball, M. E., 165. Ball, V. L., 153. Band, 12085, 209. Bane, VV. C., 31. Banks, F., 12525, 196. Barbriclc, J. T., 12525, 175. Barclay, 12945, 165. Barker. K. M.. 165. Barker, L., 157. Barnes, VV. L., 1245. Barrier, G. NV., 171. Barggows, J. S.. 12505, 1435 'l . Bartlett, M., 165. Base Ball, 12345, 235. Basket Ball, 12245, 225. Batchelder, L., 1985, 288. Bearss, A. B., 1995. Bedortha, L. E., 12505, 153. Beebe, J. D., 12605, 150. Beeler, L. F., 1795, 276. Belding, R., 12625, 165. Bell, C., 12845, 37. Bell, G. M., 12855, 47. Bell, J. C., 14. Bell, J. W., 1995, 13105. Benard, L., 11795. Berbower, M. R., 165. Beresford, E. F., 153. Berg, L. M., 1485, 37. Bergheim, M. N., 171. Berry, C. B., 12565, 171. Beta Kappa, 12625, 263. Beta Theta Pi, 12505, 251. Biethan, F. I-I., 165. Bigelow, A., 1245, 26. Bimson, W. R., 165. Bitner, A. H., 171. Black, M., 30. Bird, C. H., 165. Blackman, C. R., 159. Blair, T. A., 157. Blake, N. E., 171. Blake, R. P., 1695. 260. Blakey, M. A., 11245, 260. Blakey, S., 165. Blanchard, W. E., 146. Blane, J. M., 30. Bleasdale, J. 12585, 171. Blickhan, G. H., 1805. Bliss, C. N., 11375. Bliss, F. ,., 28, 38. Block, L., 159. Block, M., 11255. Blongren, VV., 12585, 157. Board of Editors, 10. Boeck, A. A., 12585, 176. Boeke, E., 1485, 2-96. Boeke, L., 129. 1, 153. Boeke, R. M., 12505, 153. Bogue, J. C., 13125, 255. Bond, E. 12565, 175. Bognjell, H. A., 12705, 12545 Bonner, B., 12905, 165. Bonner, C. R., 12345, 157. Bonney, S. G., 30. Bordon, P. S., 171. Boswell, F. J. 38. Bosworth, R. L., 146. Bouslog, J. S., 165. Bowen, M., 11795. Bowler, J. R., 171. Bowman, L., 1805, 13205. Boyd, C. A., 1865. Brace, P. H., 12585, 157. Brackett, J. R., 1165, 26. Brackett, Wi R., 12605, 38. Braclfield, L. G., 12585, 157 Brewster, B., 155, 165. Brewster, I., 153. Briggs, A. P., 12465, 234. 210. Brinker, XV. C., 11385, 250 Bronson, D., 12485, 165. Brosius. J. H., 165. Brown, E., 1995, 292. Brown, F. L., 12665, 169. Brown, H L 9 165. Brown, H. M., 1495. Brown, N., 12925, 153. Brown, N., 293. . V., 12.'25, 12865 401i B1'own,R. L., 12505, 1695 266. Brownlee, T. B., 153. Brubaker, C. J., 165. Brush, J., 12945, 155. Bryant, XN. H., 32. Buchtell, F. C., 31. Bumpers, 366. Bunce, H., 153. Bunger, H. P., 171. Burger, A. M., 1495. Burger, M., 165. Burke, I. W., 153. Burke, M. E., 165. Burke, R. G., 165. Burket, R., 12485, 12745 159. Burkhard, VV. T., 12485, 153 150. Burnett, C. T., 1235, 28. Burnham, H. L., 153. Burns, Burr, I Burton, Burton, Bussey, Butler, Butters, Butters. T. M., 30. . A., 165. D., 12945. 165. W., 171. H. S., 146, 280. M., 12865, 165. G. A., 12705, 153. R., 38, 27. Byles, F. G., 31. O. Cain, R. VV., 1855, 280. Calhan, A., 155. Callison, C. D., 1865. Calloway, Campbell Campbell, Campbell, Campbell, Campbell, Campbell geeeogfo Q 'JS 1D . W., 12685. 12865, 1495. . M., 12625, 165 ., 12925, 153. , 81. . R., 165. canneil, L. E., 1995. Carr, R. L., 12465, 12705 336. Carey, H. E., 11005. Cargo, R. W., 12585, 157. Carlson, M., 165. Carlson, N, lN., 153. Carmen, O. E., 153. Carmichael, E. K., 12555,146 Carmichael, P. W., 11435,255 Carney, C. C., 12485, 165. Carney, H. M., 12845, 153. Carver, VV. L., 11235, 12085 Cary, G. C. 159 Casey, W. Cassell, H. B., 165. Castleman, F. R., 1195, 177 Cattermole, G. H., 1175, 29 Cavers, R. L., 13165, 135. Cecchini, A. S., 12685, 159. Chadwick, G. M., 1215, 26. Chamberlin, I. M., 12845 165. Champion, C., 165. Champion, R. D., 12545, 165 Champlin, H. H., 146. Chapman, M., 12885, 11005 Charles, N., 11005. Chase, J., 29. Chase, G. D., 12525, 165. Chase, R. L., 1505, 11885 264. Chastian, G. O.. 12525, 165 Chew, M. B., 12885, 165. Chi Omega, 12905, 291. Childs, S. R., 30. Chipman, I., 12925, 158. 12745,1505, . ., 27. if THE 1912 COLORADOAN Civic Club, 332. Civic Quarterly, 194. Civil Engineering Society 8 319 131 3, . Clark, B., 165. Clark, 171. Clark, G., 12943, 11003. Clark, H. B., 11013. Clark, J. R., 12603, 11803. Clark, M. A., 159. Class Ode, 4-1. Class Societies, 307. Clatworthy, L., 12863, 165. Cleaves, F. P., 26. Cleaves, S., 155. Clemmons, M., 11013. Cleveland, H., 12843, 165. GO G was E.E.e1f+ mme' l'P'1'+- fb as 5, FF cp E5 SW .Dk ,-, ' v r-lg ' mm 51- A ' N I vl- C 3-4 U1 CA! OG ESM, SYSYWS5 swpim E91 U F9 r AS iw 3 NJ' 3- Cy C Nr- 932 Q ' 01 63 C U fe W SD W NJ Sm P1 O C-' 7-s 53 If' 55 O 3 o no X., G C1 rf- 5' U' E E' F' 5 oo 53" Cuthbertson, H. S., 12943, 14-73. D. Dague, R., 153. Daley, S. J., 166. Daniels, 1-I. B., 12503, 166. Dargavel, G. L.. 153. Darrow, C. H., 159. Davenport, N., 157. Davenport, R. N.. 171. Davidson, J. C., 171. Davidson, R. C., 121. Davies, WV. M., 171. Clifford, R. E., 11013, 12503 Cline, W. L., 1503. Coates, H., 12103, 1503. Cochrane, G., 11013. Cochrane, H., 11023, 12903. Cockerell, T. D. A., 1213, 31 Cody, M. E., 1513. Coffin, M.M., 159. Cohen, S. B., 1863. Coffman, B. A., 38. Davis, F. W., 12623, 11393. Davis, J. A., 11033, 293. Davis, J. C., 171. Davis, NV. H., 29. Day, C. L., 11263. Dean, B. J., 153. Dean, E. F., 29. Dean, M., 153. Dean, P. M., 12723, 37, 27 Dean VV. 153. Coffman, O., 152. Cole, L. VV., 1243, 26. Cole, K. B., 12863, 38. Collie5g'e Freshmen, 11643 College Juniors, 1973. College Sopllomores, 11523 153. , College Specials, 155. College Widow, 204. Collier, C. M., 165. Coloradoan 11903, 191. Colorado Monthly, 193. Colter, H. E., 175. Commencement, 1413, 42. Condit, H., 155. Conkling, C., 165. Conlin, R., 165. Coolidge, Mrs. E., 155. Cook, C., 11383. Cook, C. P., 1863. Cook, E. S., 12563,165. Cook, H. E., 175. Cook, S., 171, 12633. Cooper, E., 38, 26. Cooper, H. S., 12563, 12743 121. Coover, D. A., 30. Coppinger, B., 165. V Copps, C. S., 12463, 171. Copps, E. W., 165. Corwin, R., 275, 29. Cosgrove, M. A., 165. Cowell, E. WV., 12503, 165. Cowell, F. W., 1693, 12503 234. Cowell, H., Cowles, 153. J. H., 12503,166. Coyle, D., 12883, 153. Craig, XV. B., 28, 29. Crawford, 1. C., 11253, 320 Crawford P. YV. 11393. Crawfordi W. w'., 1873. Cressingham, R., 13163, 157. Cresto, J., 84. Crisman C. O., 12523, 11263 Crouter,,E., 12703, 175, 249: Crgyszbder, G. A., 1813, 12483 Culver, G. W.. 12583, 1513 115. Cunningham, A. J., 1813 12753,24S. Cunningham, W., 37. Currier, C., 166. Currier, G. B., 166. Currigan, M. D., 146. Curry, S. A., 155. Curtin, E., 12923. Dcatheridge, C., 153. Debating, 195. Debating Squad, 11963, 197. Delaney, F. L., 13283, 11393 De Long, I., 1153, 247. Anelellanry, E., 275, 31. Deg? Delta Delta, 12943 Delta Tau Delta 246 247. , ', 1 3, De Marias, A. E., 171. Democratic Club, 335. Denison, H. S., 31. Densler, W., 175. Departmental Officers, 1 8 6. Derham, M. G., 1193, 26. Des Brisay, G., 12553, 11263 Des Brisay, M., 12883, 166 Deu Pree, N., 11.033. Deremer, J. S., 1703. Deville, A., V., 146. De Vries, A., 159. De Voss, J. C., 1513, 373. Dickson, A. J.. 166. Dier,-C., 12843, 52, 27. Dierstein, A. L., 1703. Dinninger, E., 12863, 166. Dinsmore, W. S., 1873. Dixon, M. A., 12843, 166. Dodds, E. A., 11263. Doerner, H. A., 11273, 12583 Doland, J. J., 171. Donifelser, E., 153. Donovan, J. T., 12563, 171. Dorland, L. E., 166. Doughty, C. L., 153, 263. Downer, G. S., 12483, 1813 270. Downing, A., 12883, 1523 308. Downing, R. L., 171. Drake, H. F., 11033, 12843 Dramatics, 201. Dramatic Club, 12053, 333. Drinkwater, H. P., 12523 166, 153. Drinkwater, R. R., 12523 175. Druva, M. L., 166. Dudley, C. R., 14. Duff, A. M., 78. Duff, C. M., 28, 38. Dunham, C. S., 38. Dunklee, E. V.. 12583. 38. Duvall, H., 13163. Duvall, XV. C.. 11273. Dyer, E. C., 12843. 1523 300. Dyer, 1V. C., 146. 1523 407 Eakins, C. F., 159. Eaton. A. B., 12643, 11273 Eaton, B. E., 153, 166, 292. Eaton, M., 12923, 166. Eby, E. M., 166. Ecfgtgrnach, V. A., 12623 Eckel, C. L., 13203, 171. Eddy, E. O., 12943, 153. Edgar. A. B., 1873, 12463 274. Eglee, P. E., 12483, 159, 274 Ekeley, J. B., 1183, 28, 29. Elden, L., 38. Elder, S., 29. Elgctzrical Society. 13163 Eliot, P., 12083, 157. Elliot, F., 11783. Ellis, E. H., 11393, 12503, 38 Ellsburg, G. l-I., 157. Elwell, L. F., 12463, 175. lwin, A., 247. E Emigh, H. B., 166. Engels. B., 166. Engle, K. S., 257. Englebacll, A. A., 12643, 177 Engineering Seniors, 69. Engineering F r e s hm e n 11703, 171. Engineering Sophomores 11563, 157. Epperson, M. XV., 166. Epsteen, S., 1203, 28, 26. Erick, A. F., 146. Elgclgson, B. M., 1813, 12663 7 '. Erickson, M., 166. Eskridge,A. M., 166. ' Evalson, S. G., 146. Evans, F.B., 31. Evans, F. J., 146. Evans, H. S., 1233, 28. Eveland, G., 157. Evinger, O. P., 121. Ewing, H. C., 1873. F. Fair, E. A., 153. Fairborn, B., 166. Faggchild, G. M., 1533, 13083 Fallis, M., 171. Farrington, E. C., 11033 12903, 188. Farrington, F., 12903. 153. Fauber,H., 171. Faus, E. K., 12923, 166. Fazvgclett, C. D., 12583, 11703 Fenner, H. E., 12843, 166. 1 , 1 3 1 1 3 Ferguson, R. S., 12883, 166. Fernald, H., 12903, 153. Fertig, J. I-1., 38. Fezer, F., 159. Fickes, L. S., 159. Finley, R. B., 1703, 13203. Finnoff, WV. C., 146, 280. Fisk, R. A., 13203, 171. Fisk, YV., 13203. 166. Fitch, P. R., 166. Fitzsimmons, C. E., 159. Fleming, E., 12943, 1533. Fleming, J. D., 1203, 32. Fleming, M. E., 153. Floyd, E. N., 12663, 171. Flynn, F., 166. Flynn, N. S., 11273, 12503 Folsom, F. G., 1223. 32. Fonda, C., 166, 285. Football, 12163, 217. Ford, E. R., 38, 27. Ford, M. S., 1533, 12883. Forsythe, C.. 157. Foss, E., 166. I. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Foster, J. M., 29. Hagerman, G. VV., 171. House, L. C., 12683, 177. Fowler, D. S., 257. Haines, L. 12893, 153. Howe, F. R., 13283, 272, 257 Fowler, E. P., 12623, 166. Hall, G. F., 12863, 1543, 300 Howe, 'W., 166. Fowler, G., 12903, 166. Hall A., 1713, 13203. Howland, N. G., 166. Franklin, E., 12843, 153. Hall, J. N., 30. Hubbard, L. A., 146. Fraser, C. A., 11283. Fraser, M., 12923, 153. Freeman, N. M., 166. Freshman Athletics, 239. Frey, H. L., 153. Freggunan College, 11673 1 . Friars, 12663, 267. Frost, M. C., 166. F'ruit, E. E., 166. Funk, I. C., 11043, 336. Fye, V. B., 166. G. Galloway, G., 171. Ganson, R. E., 153. Garlinghouse, A. F., 12483 171. Gartland, F., 13203, 157. Gates, C., 247, 166. Gates, M. E., 12943, 11043 Gayton, R. T., 11283. George, R. D., 1183, 28, 263 Giacomini, L. G., 1533, 12763 17' Hall, J., 12343, 157. Hall, W. R., 166. Hallett, M., 32. I-Iam, F., 166. Ham, Mrs. L. B., 1883. Ham, W. C., 13283, 11053. Hamilton, R. E., 12923, 166 Hamilton, W. C., 171. f Hammond, M., 12883, 166. Hamslier, J. L., 12543. Handy, F. M., 27. Hankins, M., 12843, 154. Hansen, G., 155. Hanson, F. P., 11433. Hardin, V., 12863, 166. Harding, M. D., 12923, 1543 Harley, G. T., 12463, 166. Harlow, VV. r'., 1213, 275, 29 Harrington, E., 12883, 166. Harris, G., 166. I-Iarris, R. F., 166, 336. Harsh, H., 12943, 11053. Hubbard, E. E., 171. Hubbard, L. A., 280. Hubbard, M. E., 154. Hart A., 12463. Hart, A. P., 12463, 1713. Hart, L., 150, 12463. Hart, H. L., 154. Hart, J. W., 175. Giffiaii, C. E., 247, 31. Giffin, M., 1163, 29. Giffin Gi ger,, Prize Debate, 199. J., 171. Habbermann, C. L., 1543. Gilbert, O. M., 29. Gilcrest, D. H., 166. Gill, F., 300. Gill, K., 12883, 153. Gillaspie, C., 31. Giller, H., 11783. Gilligan, F. T., 1713, 186 316. Gilligan, N., 166. Giroux, C. H., 11283, 13223 Giroux, R. M., 1713, 316. Gzellium, A., 166. Glee Club, 12103, 211. Gleim, E., 157. Gleyre, L. A., 175. Goodykoontz, C. B., 1973, 96 27. Gordon, A., 155. Goss, H. S., 166. Gould, J., 12463, 171. Graqbill, R. G., 12523, 260 1 U. Graduate School, 37, 38. Grant, A. M., 38. Gray, A. L., 166. Greedy, P. M., 12563. Greene, A., 166. Greenman, O., 12963, 153. Greenman, O., 12963, 153. Greenwood, A. I., 13163 11283. Gregg, L., 171. Gregory, Maude, 12963, 155 Gregory, E., 12963, 153. Griffin, H., 12503, 171. Griffin, M., 157. Grisham, C. L., 171. Groesbeck, H., 166. Groom, LA., 1543. Grom, R. J., 153. Groomer, A., 150, 159. Gundrum R.VV. 12543,11043 Guthrie, 'P. R.,' 12563, 153: 105. Gwinn, E., 12863, 153. Gwinn, L. M., 159. H Habbermann, C., 166. Haddock, B. H., 166. I-Iadsell, Z. M., 12963, 153. Haeberle, F. E., 166. Hagen, F. E., 12603, 253. Hart, L., 12843, 150. Hartford, F. D., 1723. Hartman, W. N., 12583, 135 Hartman, W. P., 12583, 157. Harvey, H. G., 30. Haskell, E., 159,269. Hassinger, W., 11053. Hawes, E. M., 1553. Hawkins, T. H., 29. Hayt, C. -D., 12623, 1553, 32 Heiaelgf, H. H., 12763, 11963 Heart and Dagger, 303. Heaton, A., 12583, 159. Heaton, R. L., 12583, 154. Hedgcock, G., 13283, 1823. I-Iendershot, M., 12923, 166. Henderson, R. F., 11553. Heilman, R. C., 166. Heinz, L. R., 1723. Heit, E. S., 11403. I-Iellems, F. B., 1153, 26. Henderson, R., 12863. Henderson, J., 26. Herbert, B. W., 30. Hennebold, A. B., 171. Hennigsen, R. C., 166. Henry, J. E., 92. Hersey, C. B., 166. High School Day, 12423, 241 43. Hildebrand, L. G., 166. Hill, A. H., 12903, 1553, Hill, E. C., 11813, 12543, 159 Hill, F. A., 1563, 12503. Hills, C. C., 159. Hills, R. 11963, 11063, 159 Hills, W., 1883. Hills, W. C., 159. Hinchman, F. K., 11063. Hinds, N. E., 12623, 166. Hinkley, L. 12923, 154. 1-Iinman, W. R., 12763, 137 odnett, VV. P., 146, 280. I-Iodson, D., 171. Hollowell, S. Z., 11063. Holman, L., 12903, 154, Honorary Societies, 299. Hoogendyke, G. R., 27. Hoover, M. G., 166. Hopkins, E. K., 12943, 166 Hopkins, L., 12943, 166. .l-lopkins, S. D., 31. Horn, S., 166. Horton, F. C., 146, 280. Hotchkiss, W. K., 12683, 159 Hough, G., 11063. House, H. F., 11763, 171. 408 Huber, G. S., 1563, 38. Huffaker,, V., 12903, 154. Huflfgmith, C. O., 1563, 303 2 . Huiscamp, H. C., 12623. Hulbert, F. E., 166. Hull, R. I-l.,11293, 13163. Hunt, N., 12943, 154. Hunter, J. A., 1203, 260, 28 Hunting, B. 38. Htgrgtington, G. H., 11233, 309 0. Huntington, VV. C., 12823, 38 Hutchinson, A., 154. Hutchinson, J. C., 31. Hyde, A. B., 166. Hyde, L., 1573. Irish, W. L., 11073, 210, 208 Irving, E. G., 154. Irvin, A., 12463. Irvin, VV. A., 154. Isley, O. E., 166. J. Jackson, A., 12973, 166. Jackson, B. I-l., 38. Jackson, E. A., 1573. Jackson, E., 29. Jackson, F.,166. Jackson, J. D., 166. Jackson, L., 166. Jakway, P. R., 12643, 171. Jameson, K., 11073, 290. Jayne, W. A., 30. Jeffrey, W., 157. Jenkins, W., 157. Jenkins, D. R., 1243, 28. Jessy, A. L., 172. Jobe, L., 155. Johnson, A., 11783. E 154 Johnson, A. ., . .J'oh51?0n, C. B., 11073, 310 1 . Johnson, E., 172. Johnson, F. M., 11073, 12943 Johnson, H 1 2 Johnson, R., 13283, 154. Johnson, R. VV., 1853. Johnson, VV. H., 135. Jol?H1gton, A. L., 1923, 266 Jolley, W. J., 31. .S., 7. Jones, C. C., 175. Jones, E. S., 38, 27. Jones, H., 166. Jones, N, B., 157. Jones, L., 157. Jones, O. P., 154. Jones, P., 12483. Journal of Engineering, 192 K. Kabell, L., 175. Kabell, M., 166. Kaiser, C. A., 166. Kaiser, H. R., 154. Kansgen, A. C., 11083. Kapcionsky, A., 159. Kappa Kappa Gamma 12883, 289. Kayden, E. M., 11083, 188. Kaye, V., 166. Kearns, J. W., 13223, 154, 328. Kelley, A. A., 1723, 320. Kelley, F. H., 12623, 166. Kelley, L. P., 12523, 276, 175. THE l9IZ COLORADOAN Kemble, E. W., 159. Levy, R., 29. Merrill, L., 172. Kemp, F. A., 12503, 11083 Lewis, A. VV., 1823. Messinger, L. W., 1743, 246 175. Lewis, G., 12463, 150, 154. Metcalfe, C. A., 167. Kendall, C., 11083. Lewis, J. D., 154. Meyer, R. E., 172. Kendall, F., 150, 154. Lewis, s. C., 293. Middaugh, A. F., 12543, 157 Kendall, L. E., 159. Lewis, VV. B., 11433. 150. Kennedy, J. C., 92. Leyda., J. H., 159. Mfilborn, C,, 11783, Kennedy, K. A., 12523, 172 Libby, 1173 Milburn, V. M., 167. .Kennedy, VV. R., 1823, 32. Kennicott, L., 166. Kennison, I., 12923. Kerr, H. H., 172. Kesner, A. C., 12883, 1573. Ketchum, M. S., 1193, 28. Kettering, VV. H., 13163 11293. Kettle, J. R., 157. Kiker, G., 154. Killgore, J. P., 11403. Kilvert, M. M., 1573. Kimbrough. G. F., 12703 11403. Kindall, C. E., 1883. Kindall, L. E., 12683. Kindig, Z. E., 159. King, G. 84. King, R. XV., 147. King, VV. .J., 14. Kingsbury, J. L., 32, 26. Kinnison, I., 154. Kingsland, E., 12503, 154. Kitchen, F., 154. Kitchen, T. E., 155, 166. Kleiner, M., 30. Kluss, M., 166. Kluss, TV., 166. Knights of the Karret, 337 Knouss, VV. L., 12703, 1823 Kneale, M. H.. 11093. Knowles, C. N., 12503, 166. Knowles, E. G., 12503, 166. Knuckey, C. T., 11763, 177. Koenig, S., 157. Koller, WZ W., 172. Kopfer, VV. B., 157. Kracaw, A., 92. Kubicheck, E. J., .175, 336. Kurtz, J. 13163, 1733. Kyle, F., 12883, 150, 154. L. La Croix, H. L., 155. La Croix, R. K., 159. Lacy, L. H., 11093. Lakenan, M. E., 38, 27. Lamb, G., 12943, 167, 166. Lamb, J. G., 12543, 12723 78. Lambdin, R. M., 135. Lamme, J. M., 1883. Langdon, G. W., 159. Lannon, F., 12963. Lannon, J., 175, 336. Larrabee, A. L., 12863, 167 Lauer, A. W., 38. Lavington, S. E., 12503, 172 Law Freshmen, 11753, 176 Law Juniors, 11373. Law Seniors, 79. Lawrence, A. M., 11293. Leach, VV. VV., 154, 12543, 27 Leadbetter, S. E., 12943 1583. Leatherman, L. L., 172. Leavens, K. O., 12463, 167. Lee, H. M., 154. Lee, R. E., 11963, 11093 336. Leech, E. T., 12463, 167. Leighton, V., 167. Leisten, H.. 12583, 157. Leonard, E. C., 11103, 284 96. Leonard, L. R., 11293. 316. Leslie, C. B., 12843, 154. Lester, O. C., 1213. 28, 26. LeVeque, G. C., 11413. LeVeque, N., 12903, 154. Lichty, MI. F., , 26. C. T., 12663, 142, 185 Lien, A. J., 26. Lightbourne, G. T., 38. Lightbourne, XV., 154. Lillie, N. M., 12863, 11103. Likes, L. A., 280. Limprecht, G. E., 11303. Lindstrom, C., 155. Lindstrom, M. E., 167. Lines, G. E., 13203, 157. Lippard, E., 167, 336. Lippard, L. H., 13203, 172. List, A. E., 157. Lockhart, F. J., 12463, 12703 27. Loomis, J. L., 1893. Long, J., 12923, 154. Longhran, R., 12883, 167. Lonnecker, G. V., 11303. Milham, D., 112. Mill, D., 12863, 167. Miller, C. 172. Miller, C. 247. Miller, E. . , 12103. F035 154 154 55 CZ mo FF EE l-l R1 'QP' 2? F Miller, S. ., 14 . Milliken, E., 12763, 12543 175. Mills, C. R., 167. ' Mills, J. W., 1593, 12523 175. Minato, K., 11433. Mints, L., 167. Mislikiiid, J., 11763, 177. lvlitchell, L., 142. Mitchell, L. E., 11443. Mitchell, L.o., 1593,. 12503 Lannon, F. M., 11093. Lonnsbury, E., 167. Lotz, E. M., 172. Lotz, J. S., 172. Loupe, VV. R., 12663, 210 167. Lovelace, VV. S., 11883, 11963 58. Love's Labours Lost, 12033 202. Lowe, I. M., 154. Lowe, N., 11103, 12883. Lowe, W., 92. Lowrey, A., 1583. Lummis, H. C., 11303, 256, 309. Lumsden, F. A., 12563, 172 Lyman, C. B., 29, 275. Lynch, C. R., 172. Lynch, E. A., 11103, 264. Lyons, O., 31. LyVere, F. E., 1583. NI. Macaulay, F. R., 88. Macaulay, I. S., 38, 27. MacDonald, J., 26. MacLean,1., 12863, 11553. MacLain, W. A., 159. Macomber, H. G., 167. Madden, M. M., 1733, 12643 Mahoney, M. A., 11113. Mahoney, N., 1593. Mallary, G., 157. Mallary, VV. F., 157. Margot, A., 159, 31. Markley, W. R., 11303. Mitchell, W. C., 30. Mock, C., 154. Moffett, J. J., 147. Moile, Mc W., 172. Monohan, J. A., 12863, 167 Montgomery, E. E., 160. Montgomery, V. A., 1603 175. Moreland, A., 157. Morgan, M., 12923, 154. Morgan, N. VV., 167. Morgan, R., 167. Morison, J. H., 167. Morley, G. S., 157. Morrill, J. B., 28, 39. Morris, A. B., 12963. Morris, C. L., 12963, 167.- Morris, E. H., 13283, 154. Morris, E.S., 172. Morris, R. C., 175. Mozrris, S. M., 1833, 270 54. - Morrish, R., 11763, 11123 177. Morrison, L.M., 11123, 167 Morrison, R. S., 32. Morrison, W. L., 1603. Morse, M., 11123, 12843. Morse, R. A., 159. Mortar Board, 358. Moses, R. D., 12543, 13123 157. Mosher, J. IW., 11123, 12523 210. Mosher, VV.F., 11763, 12683 171. Mosley, WV. G., 167. Moulton, V. C., 12523, 12603 Marks, L., 11783. Martin, A., 11113. Martin, H. G., 167. Martin, J. H., 121. Martin, L., 11783. Martin, Mrs., 11783. Marvin 12643, 154, 127 Marvin, L. WV., 175. Mason, C., 155. Mason, M. E., 11313. laatheny, W. H., 175. Mathis, C. C., 1733. Matthews, G., 1733, 185, 234 Matthews, T. B., 167. May, J. E., 12863. Mechanical-Chemical Soci- ety, 315. Medios-Freshrnen11763, 177 Mecgi'-cs - Sophomore, 11583 Medios-Juniors, 11433. Medics-Seniors, 85. Melfon, R., 259. Merrill, J. L., 11313. Merrill, G.R., 11113. 409 78. Mays, A. M., 12863, 1603, 39 Much Ado About Nothing' 46. Mueller, C. A., 135. Mugrage, E. R., 12683, 31 12693. Murphy, J., 150. Musser, R. M., 12903, 167. Music, 207. Muth, C. L., 172. McArthur, M. S., 39, 26. McBride, J. C., 172. McCausland, C. L., 154. McCelvy, C. E., 172. McClain, L. E., 167. McClain, M., 167. McCleveland, J. R., 12483 175, 328. McClure, P. M., 167. McClurg', V., 12083, 186, 74 McConnell, G. R., 13203. McConnell, R., 175. McCreery, C. VV., 32. McCutcheon, M. W., 175. Oakford, L., 172. THE 1912 COLORADOAN McDonnell, J. H., 154. McDonnell, H., 42643. McEwen, H., 175. McEwen, R., 157. McF:gdden, J. F., 42583, 270, 17 . McGinnies J. E. 286 167 . , 4 3, McGrath, F., 42843, 167. McIntosh, J., 41793. McKenney, D., 167. McKeown, A. R., 92. McKenzie, C. D., 147. McKenzie, P., 42843. McLauth1in, C. A., 4593, 252. McLucas, J. S., 4233, 28. McMahon, A. M., 41763, 177. McMullen, B., 167. McMurry, VV., 172. McNaught, F. H., 29. McNeil, A. K., 172. McNeil, G. ..1., 167. McNeil, O., 4743, 41843, 262 McRorey, L., 167. McSWeen, H. C., 167. McWilliams, R. M.. 154. N. Nafe, H., 285. Nafe, J. P., 42623, 175, 2 76. National Narrators' Associa tion, 330. Naug-ie, B. B., 42523, 154 Nelson, K., 41133, 288. Nelson, M., 42883, 167. Nelson, R. Nelson, WV. ., 43 3, 41 Neuhaus, A. E., 275, 29. Newkirk, G. S., 78. Newman Club, 334. Newton, E. K., 42603, 42 157. Nichols, P., 167. Nighswander, G. V., 41 Niven, H. F., 167. Nordby, F. J., 2683, 159. Norlin, G., 4173. 26, 263. Norris, J. P., 159. E., 43163, 172. J 20 313 683 133 Noxon, E. R., 42923, 41133 O. O'Brien, J. T., 4743, 43203 O'Brien, R. R., 42523, 41413 Ochian, S., 4893. Ochiasosuke, O. VV., 157. Odlum, A. A., 4613, 42703 175. Odlum, F., 42583, 43113,154 Odlum, M., 155. Ohlback, A. L., 41133. Oldland, C., 4613, 43083, 288 Oliver, A. P., 42903, 167. Olm, J. C., 172. Olmstearl, A. W.. 43283. 175 Olson, E-. 42923, 154, Omega Upsilon Phi-Boul der, 42683, 269. Omega Upsilon Phi-Denver, 280. Oratorial Contest, 200. Order or Books. 11. Order of Golden Crab, 305. O'Rourke, J. B., 41373, 266. O'R0ul'kB, IVI., 41143. Orr, M., 4613. Osborne, B., 43163- Osborne, V. O., 41753- Osgood, M., 42843, 167. Owen, J., 42843, 154. Owens, C., 167. P. Packard, G. B., 30., Page, VV. C., 172. ' Pahlas, 1-I. M., 4853, 280. Palmer, A. M., 4893, 186. Parr-it, G., 42843, 167. Park, J. C., 42473, 172. Parker, O. M., 39. Parkhill, C. L., 172, 281. Parkhill, F. J., 42623. 167. Parks, E. A., 42463. Parish, L., 42883, 41143. Parlapiano, S., 42103, 43283 154. Pazrrgssh, J. F., 42623, 41113 7 . Parrish, J. M., 42483, 175. Passover, L., 147, 159. , Patton, A. P., 154. f Patton, E. 41143. Patton, V., 42843, 167. Paul, L. C., 172. Paul, R., 42963,167. Payne, I. D., 175. Pearson, R., 43203, 175. Pease, C., 43163. Pease, C. J., 75. Pease, W. A., 4183, 32. Peck, M., 4473, 308, 286. Peebles, A. R., 4223, 29. Peltier, VV. H., 4893, 280. Penley, B., 42083, 43203. Perkins, M. H., 42523, 234. Perry, H., 157. Pershing, H. T., 30. Person, F. G., 39. Persons, L., 42863, 154. Peterson, D., 42623, 172. Peterson, E., 167. Pettibone, J. A., 154. Phi Alpha Delta, 42763, 277 Phi Beta Kappa, 300. Phi Delta Phi, 42703, 271. Phi Delta Theta, 42543, 255 Phillips, G. B., 43163, 41313 Phillips, J. B., 4183, 28. Philpott, J. A., 42463, 42743 Phi Rho Sigma, 42743, 275 Pi Beta Phi, 42843, 285. Pickens. M., 42903, 167. Pierceg E., 42843, 41143. Pierce, G. A., 255, 154. Pierce, W., 172. Pierrot, A. G., 42703, 42483 26. Pigg, F. B., 42543, 167. Pigs, YV. L., 41323, 42543. Pigley, C. P., 175. Pile, E. D., 41323, 42563. Pines, J. A., 4903. Place, E. B., '2643, 154. Plays' Before Dramatic Club, 206. Poe, C. F., 4673, 42083, 27. Poley, C. W., 42743, 42473 92. Pollock, W. C., 167. Posse, H. A., 154. Potter, M. E., 42883, 41153 Potter, R. L., 42533, 336. Powers, C. A., 30. Povvless, A. H., 155. Prananer, R. A., 172. Prescott, K. C., 167. Press Club, 336. Preston, C. B., 4613, 42563. Preston, J. C., 4623. Prince, E., 4753, 43163. Prisk, H. A., 4623, 42903, 39 Proffitt, R. V., 41763, 177. Prohibition Contest, 200. Prosser, G., 42863, 154. Prouty, WV. L., 42583, 4753 322. Pryor, H. C., 4623. Publications, 187. Puffer, R. A., 42663, 39. Pulliam, L., 41153. Purdy, S. P., 42603, 154. Purmort, G., 43203, 157. Putnam, S. B., 167. Q. Queal, B., 4163, 29. 410 R. Rachofsky, M. O., 4763, 208 Rachofsky, O. M., 78. Ragland, E., 4623. Ramaley, F. R., 4173, 29, 26 Rambo, C. C., 4903. Randall, W. E., 41323. Rapp, J. H., 42683, 159. Rathvon, N. P. 42503, 154 Raymond, N. H., 42483 41323. Read, L. VV., 4763, 42683. Read, M., 42883, 167. Reed, A. A., 4163, 32. Reed, NV. K., 43163, 167. Redd, S. B., 42503, 172, 167 Redding, F., 43163, 172. Rehm, H., 157. Regents, 14. Reiss, T. H., 147, 280. Remington, O. S., 300, 42623 42633. Repetsching, E. J., 167. Republican Club, 335. Reynolds, E. M., 41153. Reynolds, J. P., 42553, 167-' Reynolds, XV. L., 39. Rhode, E. C., 42563, 4763. Rice, Dufay, R., 4633, 42603 Rich, E. A., 41153, 42843. Rich, J. D., 41333, 43093 246. Richard, S. M.. 167. Richard's Literary Society Society, 331. Richardson, D., 155. Richardson, W. M., 42843 167. Richie, J. K., 42543, 154. Ridley, E. R., 4903. Riner, J. A., 32. Ripley, B., 155. Ritter, C., 42463, 41333, 309. Robb, R. E., 167. Robbins, H. VV., 42103, 154 Robbins, J. L., 42083, 155. Robbins, 39, 26. Roberts, C. A., 32. Roberts, R. E., 167. Robertson, E. H., 261, 31. Robinson, E., 42863, 167. Robinson., J.E., 32. Robinson, H. E., 4903, 186.. Robison, R. I., 167. Rockhold., K. E., 172. Rogers, E. A., 29. Rohr, C. S., 172. Rohvver, E., 42863, 162, 167 Rozlilviler, G. N., 42623, 154 Rolman, 167. 4763 WSUDUZUE17 O02-Q43 55529 99 EFQPB .. .. lf' We ei' J . L Si ' SAS-.fi Sw' 3. vmw- ' SP +-- 3 CD'-A R1 PDU: ' ,sr 05 ri Royce, C. L., 42643, 157. Rucker,,P. B., 4633, 185. Rundles, G., 41413. Rupp, H. K., 41333. Russell, A., 157. Russell, VV. R., 175. Ryals, H. M., 42863, 41163 Ryan, VV. B., 42633, 167. Reymer, D., 157. S. Saboe, M. L., 42583, 42703 175. Saclcett, S. A., 4833. Salberg, J. B., 42503. 43113 16 . Salomon, C. E., 39. Salter, B., 42943. Sanborn, R. D., 42923, 167 San Souci Club, 43203, 321 Santousa, 172. Tour, S., 168. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Saunders, P. C., 167. Savage, J., 13123, 154. Sawyer, A., 157. Sayre, L., 154. Schwer, L. G., 11333. Schaedler, V. E., 167. Schamel, F., 167. Schoen, XV. A., 1913. Schoenwald, E., 11163. Schmoll, H., 12963, 154. Schumacher, ' H., 13283 11883-. Q Scientific Society, 314. Scott, F. H.. 12943. 154. Scott, H.D., 154. Scott, P., 12883, 167. Scroll, 304. Seeley, M., 1633, 12863, 39 Seemsan, B. J., 12623, 11163 1 . Selleck, E. F., 167. Sells, C. H., 12563, 172. Sewall, H., 29. Shapiro, J. M., 11763, 177. Smith, R. N. Shattuck, B., Shattuck, L., 12843,167, 162 12463, 172. Shaw, G. H., 12483, 154. Shea, R. M., Sheldon, R. F., 280. Shellecly, R. M., 39 12683, 159. , 27. Shelton, E. K., 1913. Shelton, R. F., 147. Shelton, VV.H., 39,26 Sherrill, S. B., 12483, 167. Shister, J. XV., 159. Shollenberger C F., 30. Short, C. R., 157. Shufelt, G. E., 39, 27. Shugren, M., 172. Shulters, G. A., 1773. Shumacker, A. G., 11163. Shuinate, R. C.,12883,11173 Shute, R., 154. Sibbald, G. E., 12523, 167. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 12483 249. Sigma Nu, 12563, 257. Silver and Gold, 11883 11893. Simon, VV. G., 269. Simons, E., 167. Simmering, S. L., 28, 39. Simpson, M. A., 12663, 175 Singer, O. V., 159. Skerry, H. A., 135. Skinner, J. D., 39. Slater, O., 167. Slatter, 1208 Slocum, C., 12 903. 11173. Slusser, H. G., 12643. 1643 Slye, J.D., 172. Small, E., 12863, 167. Smith, E. F., 11443. Smith, F. B., 1913. Smith, G. NV., 28, 39. Smith, H., 167. Smith, M. R., 154. Smith, M. I., 12963, 154. Smith, M., 154. Smith P. I., 11173. smiuii P.v., 12483, 172. Smith, R. G., Smith R. J. 167. , , 172. Smith, R.J.,12553,12683,154 12563. 172. Stahl, A. WV., 147. Stanford-Colorado Meet, 232 Stanley, F., 154. Statler, M. N., 1643, 12863 Staub, VV. J., 12603. 13103 155. Stead, C. VV., 172. Stearns. O., 1643. Stearns, R. L., 12503, 167. Steele, L. R., 157. Stein, WV. P., 12623, 167. Steinhart, E. H., 168. Stemen, D. C., 12483, 167. Stenhouse, H. M., 12483 12743, 159. Stevens, H. C., 167. Stevens, XV. L., 172. Stewart, A. T., 1833. Stewart, E., 157. Stidger, J. S.. 1833, 32. Stitiier, M. L., 12743, 1653 159. Stillwagon, N., 168. Stocker, E. C., 28, 40. Stocker, 1-1. S., 12563, 1773 260. Stone, C. H., 11653. 13223 11883. Storer, T. C., 12623, 11963 175. Stover, G. H., 31. Strate, L. K., 147. Stray Greeks. 281. Streamer, G. M., 12903, 154 Streaver, A. 175. Streaver, VV. J., 175. Strong, K., 288. Student Government, 183. Student's Handbook, 192. Stuver, H. W., 12603, 12683 Sullivan, G. L., 28, 40. Sumalia, 13103. Summerton, K. A., 172. Sundeen, R., 12903, 11183. Suragu, J. C., 154. Sutley, M., 154. Sutter, L. A., 11443. Sutton, W. C., 84. Swaggart, L.- B., 159. Swain, E. C., 11183. Swain, G., 12843. Swanson, A. V., 154. Swzgrgtwood, H. P., 12663 1 . Swartz, F. G., 159, 269. Swartz, M., 12883. Swartzlender, J., 12343. Swayne, G. VV., 175. Swayne, G. W., 12103, 12663 Swayne, J. B., 40. Sweeney, M., 12803, 40. Sweitzer, L. E., 172. Swenson, A. L., 177. Swift, 1-., 13203, 157. Syrnon, YV. G., 159. T Taketa, S., 172. Talbot, L. D., 175, 12483 12703. Talbot, R., 14. Talbgt, R. E., 12483, 12943 15 . Theta Psi, 12643, 265. The Year's At hletes, 21 3. Thielen, G. H., 12843, 1663 40. Thompson, F. E., 1223, 26. Thompson, L. G., 12623, 168 Thornton, H. M., 11183 12883. Thorpe, A. C., 168. Thogson, C. J., 13283, 162 1 . Thurman, R. L., 255, 277. Tiffin, C. C., 1913. Tilley. M.. 40. Titus, C. D., 168. A Titus, E. Y., 12523, 168. Tobin Toby, , P. A., E. C., 1 147, 280. 1183, 12643. Toby, H. W., 157. Todd, G. C., 1 Tomlinson, H. Tomlinson, L. 253, 263. E.. 1773. G., 172. Torch and Shield, 13113. , 1 1 Smith, T., 154. Smith, W., 12483, 157. Snell, L., 12843, 167. Snyder, C. L., 167, 172. Sngfiler, E. T., 12203, 12543 Soderstrorn. C. A., 172. Sorenson, H. C., 167. Spalding, 1. M., 11173, 28. Spencer, F. R., 31. Sperry, C.S., 1773, 28. Spicer, L. E., 11233, 13203 Sproule, T., 11343, 12583. Spyker, A. N.. 1643. Stafford, E. F., 11763, 177 Tallmadge, H. C.. 168. Tanton, R. G., 11423, 13203 Tarbell, R., 12663, 154. Tarkoff, B. M., 168. Taub, S., 1653. Tau Beta Pi, 302. Taubman, M. M., 12543, 175. Taylor, O. E., 13203, 172. Taylor, R. R., 12523, 159. Tebeau, R. E., 172. Templeton, H., 168. Templeton. N Tennis, 238. Teplitsky, C., ., 168. 155. Teter, R. G.. 13203. 172. 411 Tourtellotte, L. L., 40, 28. Tower, H. G., 168. Track and Field Records 232. Training School for Nurses 179. Track, 12283, 227. Traxler, H. VV., 157. 'l'reg'a1liS, J. L., 11343. Trezise, E. L., 12923, 168. Trovillion, B., 1973. Trovillion, E. B., 31. Trowbridge, M., 1663, 40 300. True, C. A., 172. Truxal, M. E., 12963, 168. Turner, A. L., 12963, 168. Turner, E., 11193. Turner, M., 159, 12963. Turner, V. F., 11193. Twiss, R. H., 13163, 11343. Tye, V. B., 159. Tyler, C. S., 172, 12593. Tyvand, H. 1843. U U. of C. Debating Society 13283, 329. U. of C.-Richards Debate 199. Ullery, F. L., 12463, 168. Underhill, O. L.. 40. Unger, M., 157. Unseld, G. P., 12603, 155. Uyeda, S., 157. V Vaille, R. XN., 12843, 11193. Valdez, A. J., 177. Van Cise, E., 32. Van Gundy, C., 11343. Van. Sweringen, G. F., 1233 28. Van Zant, C. B., 30. Varney, F. W., 12483, 11193 Venables, R. J., 12763,11423 Vernia, 1-1. E., 1783. Viets, F., 13163, 157. Vincent, W., 12523, 162, 168 Vinson, XV. R., 168. Vivian, C., 168. Vivian, J., 12083, 175, 84. Vivian, C. S., 150, 336. Vulcan, 13093. W' VVadsworth, E. L., 12543, 172 172. XVagner, C., 12883. 168. XVahrenbe1',gcr, XV. F.. 168. Wfakldao, A. M., 11203. Vifalrlo, H. D., 168. THE 1912 COLORADOAN Waldo, M., 41203. Waldo, VV. B., 42487, 4843 328. Wales, W., 42923, 41203. Vifalker, D., 42563. XValker, E. M., 154. Walker, J. D., 168, 172. Walker, T. F., 41453. Wallace, W. B., 168. W'al1ace, W. W., 42543, 154. Walton, C., 147. Ward, L. A., 4663. Ward, M. M., 41203. Ward, P. W., 42663, 168. VVarkley, J. C., 42583. Warner, E. M., 42883, 41213. 'Wasson, VV. W., 31. Waterhouse, J. E., 42603, 41453. WVaterman, R. D., 172. Waters, A. P., 42563, 168. WVatkins, E., 40, 27. NVatrous, VV., 157. XVatson, E. M., 4663. Waxham, F. E., 29. Wearers of the C., 214. Weaver, C. Ll., 154. Webb, B., 41213, 41883. 'vVeber, F. H., 41453. WVeber, W. R., 42463, 172. Weinberger, H., 42783. Weinberger, J., 41853. WVelliver, G. VV., 42503, 155. Wells, J., 4673. NVesse1l, L., 155. WVesterman, L. C., 42563 162. Weston, P. K., 159. Weyerbacher, L., 42903, 168 Vifheatley, W. H., 42483, 157. WVheeler, F. D., 157. Wheeler, K., 42863, 154. Wheeler, M. L., 27, 287. White, E. D., 142. White,.W. J., 31, 32. White, R. J., 172, 42583. Whitman, D. P., 159. f Whitman, R. C., 273, 29. Whitson, G. H., 168, 42503. VViebe1t, S. M., 168. Nviest, N., 29. Wightman, I. L., 42483 Williams, W . 4 J . Q 5552552255151 ::::::55g,,,,e1,N mwmswsveggdafiaf 5.559555 ' ft ' if gg EH S... 194 Q - - ' 88 I ..... H,-lui,-, . H rf oi ml 1 f-+ ,.n-r-Nwf-sw H3 4:2258 Sf 2 . . V - 00 ' DO NJ ISD M H2- OO C 172. Wilson, C. A., 4793, 43283. Wilson, G. M., 4673. YVi1son, O. C., 42563, 41423. Winter, B. VV., 43163, 157. 1l? W'o1cott, A. L., 14. Wolcott, F. H., 251. WVo1Cott, F. H., 14. NVolff, D. J., 42623, 157. Woman's League, 43263, 327. Wood, J. G., 177. Wood, V., 42903, 168. Woods, A. R., 40. Woods, C. C., 425-23, 168. 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