University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO)

 - Class of 1924

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Q it i Q s fa . . .Y , r ' 5 Each of the units of the University has its 4 'Q . ' 'P articular function to erform. 4 -,,,,,,f 7 l I g Arts and Sciences and Mtisic make for a Q ' 'E better appreciation and enjoyment of the finer E t Q things in life. Engineering gives us transpor- P tation, communication, and further develop- , At,, f X g I ment of our natural resources. Pharmacy and i f ofi'iq Metliciiie add to the number of years of human all n ' 4 life. The accurate and unbiased presentation 5 iig,--w+"f-F' """ 4 of facts is the obect of ournalism and no one P ' y , can overestimate its importance. Business v , administration has for its object the better 5 correlation and operation of the various types y 5 Q of industry, while the Lavv adjusts the differ- ences which are sure to arise betvveen individ- , 5 uals when any number are throvvn into contact f,,,,,,,,'al'7i?2,,,5"1r? n i """"""""" 4 with each other 4 V y - , ,, .,,..........,...... 4 4 f , -. 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E l E The hard years of the founding and establish- f Q ing of the University have been passed and g """"""' ' Q . . l1 "" """"" I Q now, on the eve of the hftieth anniversary, g ""'E every fact points toward a still more remark- " """""""""i able development in the next half century. f ,,,, 4 . . . . ,4 """"""" Q Prom a beginning with practically no Q s Q 7 e ui ment of anv kind we now have not only V . 'i'f l.,v ' ,,.... Cl P , , 1 , , 4 i , ,l,l , Vfpx a completely organized faculty teaching all ff f the important subjects and awarding the ' standard degrees, but also a modern group of : i class rooms and athletic equipment. yr ..... 4 Ez: E, -' r 4 -'lg Z 4 Vxfith the loyal support of all students and alumni, there are no limits to the heights which may be attained. Wlaen your oppor- tunity comes to serve, give everything possible. 4 5 ova, . 3'-"-2 5 in .. .. 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MEANS .................... .............. ....... S zz guaqhe Term expires 1924 f TTHOMAS L. WILKINSON ............... ....... D enfver Term expires 1924 DR. O. S. FOWLER ......,,...........,....... ....... D enfver Term expires 1926 EARL W. HASKINS ............................... .......... L a Junta Term expires DR. FREDERICK W. Locxwoon 1926. Term expires 1928 CLARK G. MITCHELL ....................... Term expires 1928 TCLIFFORD W. MILLS ..,........,......... Term expires 1924 Fort Ilflorgan .......Den4ver .......Denfver COMMITTEES OF THE BOARD Executi-ve MEssRs. HASKINS, MITCHELL, LOCKWOOD, NORLIN Auditing MEssRs. MITCHELL, WILKINSON, NORLIN Buildings and Ground: MESSRS. WILKINSON, FOWLER, LOCKWOOD, NORLIN Finance MESSRS. MITCHELL, MEANS, HASKINS Library MESSRS. Locxwoon, HASKINS, MEANS, SMITH Faculty Relations lVIESSRS. MITCHELL, HAsKINs, MEANS, NORLIN Official Relation: and Legislature MESSRS. MEANS, MITCHELL, FOWLER, LoCKWooD, NoRI.IN 'Rcsigned April 6, 1923. TAppointec1 April 6, 1923. 34 PRESIDENT GEORGE NORLIN 35 OLIVER C. LESTER CHARLES N. MEADER Dean of the Graduate School B.A., Colby College, 1906 B.A., Central College, 1897 M.D., Harvard, 1910 M.A., Yale University, 1902 Zeta Psig Sigma Xi Ph.D., Yale University, 1904 Dean of the School of Medicine since 1916 Sigma Nu Dean of the Graduate School, U. of C., 1919 36 JOHN D, FLEMING B.A., Centre College, Ky., 1875 LL.B., University of Louisville, 1879 L.L.D., Centre College, 1910 Member American Bar Association, of Colorado State Bar Association Phi Delta Thetag Phi Delta Phi Dean of the Law School since 1907 FRED B. R. HELLEMS B.A., University of Toronto, 1893 Ph.D., University of Chicago, 1898 LL.D., Colorado College, 1913 also Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences U. of C., 1899 37 HERBERT S. EVANS B.S. CE.E.j, University of Nebraska, 1898 E.E., University of Nebraska, 1900 Sigma Xi Tau Beta Pig Sigma Tau Dean of the College of Engineering, 1919 CActing Den before that timej HOMER C. WASHBURN Ph.C. University of Michigan, 1902 B.S. fPhar.j Univ. of Michigan, 1904 Kappa Sigma, Acacia, Phi Delta Chi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Omega Upsilon Phi Dean of the College of Pharmacy since 1913 l llcffi-Q7 ftvaszphi 9 -'Zhi 1 4 . D J 211' " if ., Q if ' , ., 23, ' -A -' , ?f N-:"' , .NV ' R ,.3.-.1 V910 l l ,i?,".f'2-'V' ' '35, 357' ' .W -.FEW , FREDERICK A. BUSHEE FRANK VVILBUR CHACF Ph.D. Mus. Doc., Grand Conv. of Music, Uni See Who's Who in America versity of State ofeNew York, 1905 Director of the School of Business Ad- Member of Associate ofAmer1can Guild ministration, 1923 of Organists L Director of the College oi Musc since 1920 7 1 'HF' I? . ' ,ff 2, '- 1 - , :s-f,Qv--,sQ',:.rv,,- 3 , , ,- , tc- , 2-:-we - 9-. J -f . 'vwwwww . Q .af -f: 'f1Z'Nli"f?L142f sw 'fray- ' f. 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Z6 f0l,6TQ,e4 L-,U -N A ,- '11 A I . .. 4 if wg 4-1 CDNNELLY, Noxox. Losak, NICHOLS. Combined Seniors Louis CONNELLY .... ..,..,.... P refident EARL Lossn ,.... ....... If ice-President ALICE NOXON .... .......... S ecretary CHESTER NICHOLS .... ,.....,. T reasurer 42 LUCILLE C. ANDERSON Denver If17'2l.S"Kl71Il Sciences Delta Delta Delta Basketball Cl,21 Silver and Gold C11 VVomen's League Vaudeville 12.31 VS S. G. A. Representative 31 1'ERN BACON Rocky Ford Arts and Sriences May Fete C1, 31 Y VV. C. A. Circus Soccer Women's League Vaudeville Representative VV. S. G. A. RUTH ESTHER BAILAR Golden Arts and Sciences House of Representatives W. S. G. A. Y. W. C. A. Cabinet World Fellowship Committee, Chairman Big Sister Cosmopolitan Club ARVID H. BAKER Denver Engineering Tau Beta Pi A. S. C. E. CLARA RUTH BAKER Tiffany flrts and Sciences Kappa Delta Pi A. I. W. VV. A. A. W. S. G. A. Representative C141 'Women's League Vaudeville ,co Big Sister C31 May Fete Cl,31 JOHN C. BAILAR, JR. Golden Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma Phi Beta Kappa Dodo C11 Coloradoan C21 Choral Union C21 Orchestra C2,3,41 Hiking Club C2,31 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C41 President Armory Boarding Club C41 Tennis Tournament C41 Boosters Club C41 Delegate Student Volunteer Convention C41 NEIL P. BAILEY Eckert Engineering Tau Beta Pi Sigma Tau ELIZABETH BALL Wheatridge Arts and Sciences A. I. W. U. C. Hiking Club W. S. G. A. Senate ALBERT H. BARTH Arvada Engineering Acacia Tau Beta Pi Eta Kappa Nu A. I. E. E. Silver and Gold Engineers Dance Committee i-2, 33 Engineers Day Committee C35 Apple Fest Committee C-U THORNTON BEALL Canon City Engineering Tau Beta Pi A. S. M. E. Boosters Club Colorado Engineer Silver and Gold KENNETPI H. BEEBE Ouray Arts and Sciences Student Volunteer Board il, 2, 33 Boosters Club C35 Y. M. C. A. Deputation Committee C1,3l Y. M. C. A. Financial Drive CZ, 35 Secretary of Student Volunteer Board C31 Western State College CU JOHN L. BELL Montrose Law Phi Delta Phi Boosters Club Vice-President, Junior Laws FRANCIS S. BATHRICK Cleveland, Ohio Artr and Sciences X MARY E. BEATTY Denver Arts and Sciences DOROTHY BELL Denver Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi ' Sophomore Queen, May Fete Big Sister C2,3,4-J May Fete 11,37 Y. W. C. A. Social Committee 14, Y. W. C. A. Circus IU WTLMOT V. BENNETT Hotchkiss Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha A. C. E. A. S. C. E. HAZEL BENNETT Boulder Music Asaph Choral Union fl, 2, 3, 41 W'omen's Glee Club f1,2, 31 Chapel Choir 12,31 P. T. BERNINGER Boulder Engineering RALPH E. BOULTON Denver Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Epsilon Torch and Shield Sumalia Heart and Dagger A. S. U. C. Commission Q41 Boosters Club Track C1,2, 3,41 Class Treasurer Q21 Junior Prom Committee C31 ELMER BRADFORD E Pueblo Engineering HELEN M. BENSON Denver Arts and Sciences HELEN BORLAND Wray Arts and Sciences VERA MARIE BOYINGTON Denver Arts and Sciences El Circulo Espanol, President Le Cercle Francais Allodale A. I. W. Hiking Club CHARLES D. BROMLEY Boulder Law Chi Psi Phi Alpha Delta President Freshman Laws ESTHER L. BROVVN Boulder Home Economics University of Illinois flj ARDIS D. BUNTING Boulder Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi ELLEN ESTHER BUTLER Fort Dodge, Iowa Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi State University of Iowa 61,27 Newman Society ALICE CARMODY Denver Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma Hesperia Q31 May Fete l1,3J Operetta Q25 Representative 135 EMMA BROWN Boulder Arts and Sciences Phi Beta Kappa Classical Club French Club Italian Club I f MARGARET BUNYAN Berthoud Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Q45 Big Sister C3,4-D U. of C. Hiking Club CHARLES ARNDT CALLOW Platteville Engineering Engineers Forum Sec.-Treas. Cosmopolitan Club A. I. E. E. Y. M. C. A. C I. R. M. ' Colorado Engineer C45 Engineers Day C2,3j Dodo l3,4l Y. M. C. A. Social Committee C4-j U. of C. Hiking Club Boosters Club CHARLES CARPENTER, IR. Denver Engineering Beta Theta Pi Sigma Tau Arch ALICE LENORE CAsEY Denver Alrts and Scienfznv Alpha Delta Pi May Fete CZ,-H VVomen's League Vaudeville C3l Choral Union C3l Finance Committee f2l World Fellowship Committee C3l Y. VV. C. A. ESTHER CHEEDLE Grand Junction Arts and Srfiwzffx Alpha Chi Omega BRYAN E. CLARK Boulder Arts and Scienfes Olympic Club C3l Band CZ,-H HOWARD D. COBB lola, Kaus. Sigma Chi Players Club Silver and Gold, Sport Writer C21 Feature VVriter C31 Boosters Operetta QZ, 3, 41 Boosters Vaudeville C3j Dodo CZ, 3D RUTH L. CAVE Boulder flrts and Sciences El Circulo Espanol Le Cercle Francais Cosmopolitan Club Memlnel' VVorld Fellowship Committee JOHANNA CHRISTOEFERS Denver flrls and Sciences May Fete CU VVUS3. G. A. Representative CHARLES J. CLIFFORD Boulder Engineering A. I. E. E. Colorado Engineers MARGARET' F. COLLINS Gunnison drts and Sciences VVestern State College Le Cercle Francais El Circulo Espanol Classical Club LOUIS A. CONNELLY Denver Engineering Sigma Phi Epsilon Sigma Tau Eta Kappa Nu Boosters Club C1,2l Newman Society A. I. E. E. American Legion Engineers Forum Senior Class President Baseball CZD BEATRICE CORCORAN Grand Junct1on Commerce A. I. W. Hikers Club CLARENCE L. CRANDELL Peru, Kansas Engineering Arch Sigma Tau Sigma Chi Track CZD, Captain CSD MARGARITE CUMMINS Durango Arts and Sciences C. W. CONNORS C Boulder Engineering VIRGINIA CORLETT . Colorado Springs Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta Mortar Board Scribblers Club Order of the Scroll Secretary, A. S. U. C. C4 Society Editor, Silver and Gold C2l Co-ed Editor C31 Editor-in-Chief C37 Secretary W. A. A. C41 May Fete C1,3l Baseball C11 DELL CRAUSBAY Austin, Texas Commerce Phi Delta Theta Arch J President Sophomore Class C2l Baseball Squad C25 Football Squad C2, 35 NANCY LEWIS CRISP Denver Home Economics Pi Beta Phi May Fete C1, 35 junior Prom Committee Y. W. C. A. C1,2,3,4-l WILDA CRISPELLE Leadville Arts and Sciences Le Cercle Francais 41.2.3-43 El Circulo Espanol CM Le Alloclale C45 Choral Union C1,2, 3,45 Hockey C2, 3, -Pj Baseball C3, 4-J Basketball q1,z,3,+J W. S. G. A. Representati May Fete C35 Silver and Gold C47 Dodo C4-D W. A. A. C1,2, 3,43 Y. W. C. A. C2, 3,4-I JOSEPH CUNEO Boulder Engineering ALLEN T. DEAN Clayton, New Mex Engineering A. I. E. E. Boosters Club C3,4j Independent Council MARGARET DENISON Denver Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma VC ico RALPH L. CROW Boulder Engineering Colorado Engineers A. I. E. E. American Legion Boosters Club C2,3,-Pj Treasurer C45 Colorado Engineer C3,4j Manager C4-D "C" Book Editor C41 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Coloradoan C2, 31 Independent Council C3j E. J. DAVIS Boulder Engineering Delta Tau Delta Sigma Tau Basketball CZ, 3,42 Boosters Operetta . CZ, 3D Vaudeville C3,4l Boosters Club C41 Manager Basketball Tournament C4-I Y. M. C. A. Circus C3l Engineers Day Dance Committee C3j MARGUERITE DEAN Boulder ' Law Secretary and Treasurer Combined Laws C1,2, 3D House of Representatives CZD ISABELLA DOWNEY Ordway Arts and Sciences Pi Delta Kappa Delta Pi W. S. G. A. Representative C3,4l Choral Union C3,.4j May Fete C1, sy Y. W. C. A. C1,2,3l Le Cercle Francais C35 President C4-J El Circulo Espanol C2,3j Big Sister C4-I Pan-Hellenic Scholarship Committee R. W. EDDY Apple Creek Engineering DOROTHY ELLIOTT Denver Arts and Sciences ERNEST N. FABRIZIO Pueblo Engineering Boosters Club A. I. E. E. Newman Society C45 Vice-President Independ C45 junior Representative, A. I. E. E. Q35 Secretary, Colorado Engineers C45 HERMAN FEINBERG Denver Medicine Phi Sigma Delta Boxing Squad f15 CINS ARNOLD EISENDORFER Denver Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma Delta Track Squad C1,2, 35 HERBER1' ENSZ Newton, Kansas Engineering Colorado Engineers A. S. C. E. Hiking Club LENA PEARL FARIS Boulder Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Pi French Club Spanish Club May Fete f1,35 MARJORY A. FIELD Monticello, Indiana Arts and Sciences Phi Beta Kappa Mortar Board VV. S. G. A., Vice President C45 House of Representatives ,co Big Sister C35 Basketball C1,35 l ,,,'Tfjl','f . MILDRED L. FINLAY Pueblo Afrts and Srienfex Pi Delta Colorado College C1,25 Hikers Club C3,4-5 Choral Union Y. W. C. A. C3,45 FRANCES CLAIRE FOSTER Denver Arts and Sciefzziav Delta Gamma Hesperia May Fete C15 Boosters Vaudeville C25 Woman's League Vaudeville C25 Boosters Operetta C25 Junior Prom. Committee C35 Big Sister Y. W. C. A. VVENZEL FRIESCH Pueblo Medicifze WILLIAM W. GAUNT Brighton Law Delta Tau Delta Phi Delta Phi Boosters Club Silver and Gold C35 Debating C1, 25 Assistant Secretary, Associated Alumni Associate Editor, Colorado Alumnus C4-, 5, 65 JAMES EDWARD FOLEY Denver Alrts and Sfiences Alpha Tau Omega Freshman Vice President Players Club Wearer of the Masque' Little Theater Club Operetta C1, 2,35 Boosters Vaudeville WILLIANI M. FRAME Sterling Enyineerivzg Tau Beta Pi Sigma Tau Boosters Club C3,45 J. CARL GARDNER Des Moines, Iowa E11-zjineering Sigma Phi Epsilon OSWALD L. GEDNEY Denver Arts amz' Sciences JAQUELIN GIVEN Pueblo Engineering JAY M. GRANDY Pueblo Engineering HERBERT L. GUNTER Plainview, Texas Pharmacy Sigma Phi Epsilon President Washburn Pharmaceutical Society Football HD RALPH HAROLD HADLIZY Boulder . Engineering Kappa Sigma IRENE M. GILKISON Fort Collins Arts and Sciences Colorado Agriculture College flj University of Southern California KZJ Y. W. C. A. NIARTHA GROMER Hugo Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi Kappa Delta Pi Big Sister World Fellowship Committee Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet VV. S. G. A. Census Committee VIRGINIA GUTHRIE Boulder Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma IRA HAHN Rangely Engineering NATHAN C. HALE Waulcon, Iowa C0771l7lefCe LINDELL HAX'DEN Walseiiburg drier and Sctiwzfex Kappa Kappa Gamma May Fete Cl, 35 Womans League Vaudeville 0,35 THOMAS G. HERBER'l' Denver Commerre Sigma Phi Epsilon Dartmouth Q15 All Men's Operetta C25 Football Q15 HELEN M. HINMAN Austin flrts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Hesperia lvlortar Board Kappa Delta Pi W. A. A. C1,25 Executive Board C35 President C4-5 Basketball f1,2, 3,45 Baseball C1,Z, 35 Hockey C35 W. S. G. A. f2,4-5 May Fete C15 DAVID G. HAWTHORN Denver Engineering Phi Kappa Tau A. S. M. E. Wrestling K4-5 G. W. Hoy Boulder E11gi1zf?ering RAY I. HESS Shawnee, Wyoming Efzgilzeering Choral Union C25 A. S. C. E. U. C. Hiking Club C25 Congo Club University of Utah C15 FRANCES HoBsoN Denver Arts and Sciences Hiking Club 12,35 Y. W. C. A. Social Service French Club C4-5 VV. S. G. A. Representative .fa 5 Big Sister C45 PAULINE HOCKING Boulder Alrts and Sciences May Fete f1,3D W. S. G. A. Representative C33 Publicity Committee, Y. W. C. A. 43,41 El Circulo Espanol f4j Le Cercle Francais 13,4-J G. W. HOFFMAN Denver Engineering Tau Beta Pi A. S. C. E. SYLVESTER C. HORN St. Louis, Missouri Law Alpha Tau Omega Phi Delta Phi Ph. B. Yale JOHN W. HOWARD Denver Engineering Acacia Tau Beta Pi President, A. S. C. E. Manager, Colorado Engineer Engineers Forum W. STANLEY HODGES Los Angeles, Calif. Engineering Tau Beta Pi Alpha Chi Sigma Boosters Club GROVER HOOKER Boulder Graduate School Kappa Delta Pi EUGENE HOWARD Pharmacy Sigma Rho Boosters Club VVashburn Pharmaceutical Society ELIZABETH HUM Sharpsville, Penna. Commerce Kappa Alpha Theta Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet C35 J. E. HUPP Boulder Arts and Sciezzfzfs BERNICE C. JACKSON Springheld zflrts and Sfienres A. I. W. VV. A. A. Classical Club May Fete C1, 3j "Ithigeneia at Aulis' CZJ Independent Council C45 RUTH JARVIS Longmont Arts and Scienres Gamma Phi Beta WOmen'S League Orchestra 11,43 lvlandolin Club f1,2,4J Le Cercle Francais C-H Colorado Agriculture College Q35 WILEUR W. JONES Neodesha, Kansas Engineering Tau Beta Pi Boosters Club Delta Upsilon fKansas Universityj M. B. INMAN Windsor Engineering Eta Kappa Nu Boosters Club High School Relations Committee University Band C1,2, 3, Manager C4J Combined Independents, President A. I. E. E., President VELMA E. -JAMES Boulder Arts and Sciences ALICE L, JONES Littleton Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi LUCILLE JOHNSTON Denver Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi Silver and Gold flj May Fete Cl, 31 Y. W. C. A. Publicity Committee C3, 41 Dodo Staff HJ DONALD D. KEIM Denver Law Beta Theta Pi Phi Delta Phi Torch and Shield Sumalia Heart and Dagger Football Track DONALD T. KNIGHT Boulder iris and Sciences ELIZABETH Rose KOHLER Boulder flrts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi Hesperia May Fete f1,3D Y. W. C. A. Cabinet f3,4j Y. VV. C. A., Vice-President C45 Wpmenis League Vaudeville 35 House of Representatives C15 Two-Y Circus C3j Coloradoan C35 Big Sister Q3, 41 Y.KY3V. Meetings Committee 1 GLADYS LAING Eads Arts and Sciences Y. VV. C. A. May Fete C35 Grinnell College HAZEN W. KENDRICK Sedgwick, Kansas Arts amz' Sciences Alpha Sigma Phi KATHRINE KNOCH Florence Arts and Sciences Chi Omega May Fete CID Pan-Hellenic, President ROY KUHLNIAN Boulder Engineering Eta Kappa Nu A. I. E. E. Boosters Club Y. M. C. A. Secretary, Eta Kappa Nu C43 Treasurer, A. I. E. E. C4-D JOSEPHINE LANG Qberlin, Kansas Arts and Sciences Classical Club XV. S. G. A. Representative RUTH LANNON Denver Arts and Srienres Pi Beta Phi Iota Sigma Pi Big Sister f3j, Secretary C45 Coloradoan C35 Y. W. C. A. ISD Cabinet Q-lj AGNES LAW Denver Arts and Sfienres Phi Beta Kappa A. I. VV. Hiking Club f3,4j Big Sister Q-H VV. S. G. A. Housing Committee C-H H. M. LEAMING Greeley .EIIQDYEKTIIIQ GEORGE LENNING Brush Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi Tau Beta Pi A. I. E. E. Eta Kappa Nu Colorado Engineer, President Basketball JAM ES A. LARSON Denver Arts and Sfiences Lambda Chi Alpha Boosters Club C35 Forum KZ, 31 Hiking Club KH M. J. LEAHY Boulder Engineering A. S. M. E. i. G. NIUNETTE LE DUC Chenoa, Illinois Arts and Scienfes Beloit College f1,2j Y. VV, C, A. May Fete French Club Ililcers Club ADELE LEON HARDY Alma, Wisconsin Arts and Sciences Hiking Club ETHEL I. LEVY Pueblo Arts and Sciences Players Club Scribblers Club Forum Big Sister Womenis League Vaudeville Boosters Club Vaudeville May Fete Silver and Gold Dodo Choral Union HENRY S. LINDSLEY Denver Law Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Delta Phi Golf KZ, 35 EARL G. LosER Denver Engineering Phi Gamma Delta Sigma Tau Torch and Shield Sumalia Football C2, 3, 4-Q Vice-President, Senior Class LEON LUTHER Grand Junction Arts and Sciences All CHARLES A. LEWIS La Junta Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi Track CZ,3j - MARGARET LOEBNITZ Telluride Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta MoI'tar Board W. A. A. Board 13,4-D Y. W. C. A. 435 W. S. G. A. Q45 Big Sister C31 May Fete 11,35 Basketball f1,2, 3D Pan-Hellenic C31 I MARIE E. LOUCKS Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Girls Track Team CU May Fete 11,31 Big Sister C31 Pan-Hellenic Players Club Y. W. C. A. Membership Committee MARIE N. KRAUSE Bessie, Uklahoma Arts and Sciences Organized Independents Le Cercle Francais Classical Club A May Fete ZELL F. MABEE Unionville, Missouri Arts and Sciencex Alpha Sigma Phi Sigma Delta Chi Order of the Scroll Dodo Key Silver and Gold C25 Desk Editor C35 Summer Editor C35 Coloradoan C25 Dodo C35 Editor C+5 HARRY G. MAT.hT Greeley Law Delta Tau Delta Boosters Club C3,45 Y. M. C. A. cabinet 42,45 Coloradoan C1, 2, 35 Manager C35 JOHN H. MARSCHNER Denver Conznzerce Sigma Phi Epsilon Assistant Marshall C35 Baseball C1, 2, 3, 45 Silver and Gold C15 JEROME MARTIN Paonia Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha Alpha Chi Sigma Sigma Tau Tau Beta Pi ELSIE MAHONEY Denver Arts and Sciences CLARENCE A. MARKHAM Loveland Commerce Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Delta Chi Silver and Gold C1,25 Boxing C15 Dodo C2, 3,4-5, Manager C45 Track CZ, 35 FRED U. M.4RTELON Arvada .Engineering A. I. E. E. ARTHUR MARVIN Canon City Engineering Sigma Nu Sigma Tau WA1.'rER R. lVICBRAYER Boulder Engineering Acacia A. l. E. E. Engineers Forum, President Colorado Engineers University Band C2, 3, 4-D E'rH13L MCCAUGH.AN El Dorado, Kansas Plzarfnacy WVashburn Pharmaceutical Society Big Sister C21 Student Representative Clj GORDON MCINNES Boulder C0771 7713756 Phi Gamma Delta Glee Club CU ' Boosters Vaudeville C25 EVA MCNUTT Kansas City . Arts and Scienrex Kappa Alpha Theta W. G. MCCANNE, JR. Fort Lupton Engineering A. I. E. E. FLORENCE MCCLUNG Rocky Ford Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta DONALD H. MCLHAN Lamar Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta Boosters Club Torch and Shield Fumalia Heart and Dagger Football CZ, 3, 4-j Track C3,4j Boxing C2, Sl A. S. U. C. Commission C3j Basketball Squad C4-J R. D. MCWHA Gothenburg, Nebraska Engineering Kappa Sigma Eta Kappa Nu A. I. E. E., Vice-President BARBARA NIERTONS Preston, Iowa Arts and Scienres GRACE MILI,ER Durango Arts and Sciences lvfay Fete Cl, 35 U. of C. Hiking Club C45 VVomen's League Vaudeville C45 SIDNEY MORITZ, JR. Denver Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta Phi Delta Phi Heart and Dagger Boosters Club Dartmouth College C15 Assistant Marshall C35 junior Prom. Committee C35 Dodo Staff C2,35 Coloradoan C35, Editor C4-5 President Freshman Laws ALVA H. MEYER Denver Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha A. S. M. E., President C45 4 Boosters Club C2, 3,45 Secretary C35 Chapel Choir C1, 2, 35 Glee Club C15 L. LEsL1E MILES Sterling Law Sigma Phi Epsilon Coloradoan C3,45 EDITH L. 'MINER Bussey, Iowa Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega Simpson College C1,25 Y. W. C. A. BERNICE MORSE Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Boosters Operetta C25 Boosters Vaudeville C3,45 Mgr., Girls Glee Club May Fete C1, 35 FLORENCE NEVILLE Loveland ' Arts and Scienres Kappa Delta Pi May Fete C2, 35 Y. W. C. A. Committee C25 MICHAEL A. NICCOLI Trinidad Pharmacy Sigma Rho Washburn Pharmaceutical Society Baseball ROY C. NICHOLS Austin Engineering Kappa Sigma Sigma Tau Track C35 A. C. E. Council C35 V. C. PARKER Lipscomb, Texas Engineering MARIET1'A PATTON Denver Arts and Scienrex Kappa Kappa Gamma EARL E. NICHOLS Austin Engineering Kappa Sigma Boosters Club A. C. E. Council A. S. C. E. JOHN J. PANAS Boulder Engineering A. S. C. E. A. A. E. Colorado Engineer Cosmopolitan Club, Secretary-Treasurer President Q41 J. M. PATTEN Clifton Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha Tau Beta Pi Alpha Chi Sigma Sigma Delta Psi U. of C. Hiking Club Freshman Football Track Q2, 3D DOROTHY PAUL Denver C Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma May Fete CID House of Representatives 425 . Sophomore D ance Committee CZJ PHILIP K. PERRY Denver .filrts and Scienrrs Delta Tau Delta Operetta CZ, 3j HARRY PETERSEN Colorado Springs Law Alpha Tau Omega Phi Delta Phi Boosters Club Torch and Shield Freshman Football President Freshman Class Treasurer Freshman Laws President of Combined Laws A, S. U. C. Commissioner C45 ROBERT J. PLEUS Boulder Law Phi Kappa Tau Phi Alpha Delta Delta Sigma Rho Newman Society Boosters Club Players Club Athenaeum C25 Schuyler Contest KU Klingler Contest KZD Men's Operetta KZD Debating CZ, 3, 4, 55 President A. S. U. C. CSD President Freshman Laws C43 A. B. University of Colorado, 1923 LUCILE POTH UISJE Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma May Fete C3j Scholarship Committee, Y. VV. C. A. I 1 l , RALPH C. PETERS Boulder Engilzeeriny A. I. E. E. Tau Beta Pi CARL T. PLEUS Boulder drtr and Scienfes Phi Kappa Tau Phi Alpha Delta Boosters Club Newman Society DON.ALD PORTER Quinter, Kansas Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi JOHN C. PRITCHARD Walsenburg Commerce Chi Psi C. V. RANDALL Loveland Engineering Phintia- Boosters Club A. S. C. E. Secretary, Colorado Engineers Engine Yell Leader Engineers Forum JACK D, V. REEVE Pueblo Engineering Alpha Tau Omega Eta Kappa Nu A. I. E. E. WM. E. RICHARDSON Boulder Arts and Sciences Acacia Boosters Club CU Inte rfrate rnity Council C13 JOHN H. ROGERS Boulder Engineering CECIL B. REED Shawnee, Oklahoma Engineering Sigma Rho A. I. E. E. Baseball C35 Boxing C4-D ELEANOP. W. RE PASS Boulder Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Pi Y. W. C. A. Treasurer C35 Basketball C1,Zl El Circulo Espanol C2,3l Le Cercle Francais CZ, 3l Big Sister Committee C3,4j lVIay Fete C31 RUTH ROBINSON Golden Commerce Delta Delta Delta Hesperia Hockey C2, sy VV. A. A. Board C35 May Fete CU W. S. G. A. Housing Census Committee C4-D Baseball Cll LORETTA ROGERS Denver Arts and Sciences .1-A- L . fsE.fE.--L-H-. SM., - . . M. .. LLM , 513 EJ 3 Y. .,. 1-' s N ..,, Q 3" A f J :G Ill? fl 4.-? 3 at 1. .V El' sg, vs, as Q1- A in 1.3 1-...Q w , l if' .-.v Hx? its 1 ith. ai, ,- fp l sill ii A .1 .WJ ..,..g' M fiifi il ' z if .ri .gs s 1 W L-..t , . if ' .4 X.. ..-., V .,. . 1 L. L. SCHILLINGER Greeley Engineering CHARLES SCHWIESO, IR. Longmont Arts and Sciences Booster's Club KZ, 3,41 Secretary C45 Y. M. c. A. C1,2, 3,41 President C45 Coloradoan, Ass't Editor Q21 Editor CSD Manager Student Directory C29 Editor Student Directory 31 C Vice-President Freshman Laws C4j THOMAS H. SEARS Neillsville, Wisconsin Freshman Law Phi Gamma Delta Torch and Shield Basketball C1,2,4l Track Cl, 2? MYRLE SMITH Minturn Arts and Sciences Alpha Delta Pi Mortar Board W. A. A. Board C4j House of Representatives C37 Coloradoan f1,2, 35 Woman's League Vaudeville i1,2, 3l Y. W. C. A. Circus CZJ May Fete C31 HELEN SCHLUETER Denver Arts and Sciences Zeda Mortar Board Big Sister C3,4l Y. W. C. A. May Fete f3j Women'S League Vaudeville Pan-Hellenic t3,4J ROWENA ScoTT Platteville Arts and Sciences U. of C. Hiking Club University Orchestra Le Cercle Francais El Circulo Espanol Classical Club F. A. SCHEPP Boulder Arts and Sciences HELEN G. SOLLIDAY McCook, Nebraska Arts and Sciences W. S. G. A. Representative C29 Senate, Point System Chairman C31 Monticello Seminary 11,25 f I We.,-1 V: c - r .. ws . ..,-..,,..:..f,.-...L f .--ff .- 0-A O. ROENE STARK Boulder Arts and Sciences Association Of Independent VVomen 'Womans League Orchestra Classical Club XVOman's League Vaudeville HARRY B. STEVENSON Leadville Engineering MARION STILWELL Denver Arts and Scienfes Chi Omega Hesperia Mortar Board VVoman's League Orchestra Basketball C1,2, 3,45 Hockey CZ, 3,4j Baseball f1,2j May' Fete C1,3j Y. VV. C. A. 12,33 XV. A. A. Hiking Mgr. CSD Big Sister C3j C. F. STORM Boulder Engineering ELEANOR STEELE Boulder Arts and Sciences DORCUS STEWART Loveland Arts and Sciences CHARLES F. STINE Sedalia, Missouri Engineering Phi Gamma Delta Eta Kappa Nu Sigma Tau A. I. E. E. CLEMENT SUTTON, JR Trinidad Arts and Sriences F. EARLE SWISHER Palisade Arty and Sriwzcex Phi Beta Kappa Scribbler'S Club FRANCES L. THOMPSON Holyoke Arts and Scienres Kappa Alpha Theta Big Sister C25 J. E. THOMPSON Hugo Arts and Seiencer MAUDE TULLY Monte Vista Arts and Sciences HELEN C. THOMAS Wallaston, Mass. Arts and Sciences Radclilfe College C1,25 Baseball C35 Y. W. C. A. W. A. A. VV. S. G. A. Representative HOLLAND THOMSON Platteville Arts and Sciences Sigma Chi Boosters Club Interfraternity Council Manager Boxing and VVrestling C35 Boosters Club Operetta GEORGE W. TOUHY Boulder Arts and Scienees Phi Gamma Delta Torch and Shield Freshman Football C15 Football CZ, 3,45 Basketball CZ, 3,45 Baseball C35 Players Club, President C45 President junior Class Boosters Club Vaudeville C25 Men'S Operetta Little Theater ALEX TURPIN Grand Junction Engineering HARRY M. VARs Boulder Arts and Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha Alpha Chi Sigma Boosters Club f3,'45 Players Club f2,3,45 U. of C. Hiking Club, President Q3,4-5 Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C35 Boosters Club Vaudeville C25 E. ROWENA Voor Denver Arts and Sciences JAMES H. WALLACE Pueblo Arts and Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha Forum Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Cosmopolitan Club Forum-Denver Debate KZ5 NINA WATTS Boulder Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Big Sister C3,45 Y. W. C. A. Finance Committee Q35 El Circulo Espanol ELIZABETH VAUGHAN Lafayette Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Big Sister Y. W. C. A. World Fellowship Committee C25 Publicity Committee KS5 W. S. G. A. Census Committee Woman's League Orchestra Manager Q45 House of Representatives C35 MILDRED L. WALKER Boulder Arts and Sciences VIOLET WALTER Denver Arts and Sciences Chi Omega May Fete C15 House of Representatives C35 Big Sister Q25 THELMA WEDDING Loveland A. I. W. Classical Club, President Q45 Hiking Club W. S. G. A. Representative i L, 2 Y G S 3 l 5 l. l M 7 t lg lg s . 5 TF' l i I I f I E2 f f im i a. l. BW l E A 5 i S' 1 Q 5 I 2 5 1 l i F 1 l i l l l l 1 r 5 i 1 1 h I l 'ls ,lv A fl i 1 A L H, 1 J 15.4. infix, liil lzlfl lffsl ic... l 3 of l si l' lillll liiwl K it Eli gl l' ii me 53...-jf M lil? gli 22 g Vi it l law msg ill? J 5,2 :L A 2 lee E llsl .iff lg? 5 ig:-ini EW Elia lilf V5 " li A wg 5521 5 l T .3 .srl lille, l l l ll f 5 l' ll? 3-.. "T, 'P 3-rr -f ' FRANK E. WELLES, JR. Schenectady, N. Y. drts and Sciences RUTH WILDY Boulder Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Hesperia May Fete Swimming Hockey Pan-Hellenic W. A. A. Basketball Big Sister Women's League Vaudeville Y. W. C. A. Circus Silver and Gold Y. VV. C. A. President W. S. G. A. Senate WALTER D. YENSEN Gering, Nebraska Commerce Phi Kappa Tau University of S. California C15 Ama- ---T-.-f.-mwsf, f-..1..,--.1mw,..mfn,.,...-.,.N-X.,-,V ..... .,.,...,,q-,,,,1 ,QL ...,..... ,, -.Aa-Y, .... W-Y --Q if , , . W... . ..,.......-. , ,. ,, . . . . , .M . M . T .. - - ,. . .. -..-. ,...amv,-1. .,.,.:-Q., -,--, ... .n.... Y-,--1+ -f -4-v. MAURINE QUINN WYLIE Denver Arts and Sciences May Fete CID Woman's League Vaudeville C29 Bogzsgers Club Vaudeville Z FRED B. W1LLsoN Boulder Arts and Sciences Sigma Nu x GILBERT O. YOUNGER Boulder Commerce Alpha Sigma Phi Men's Operetta f2,3j Silver and Gold C15 Dodo CZD WALTER ZABRISKIE Pagosa Junction Engineering :WWW x 5 ,, . .fm..w, , ix , V. x 7r..,-.,,.- LFL ,-, , ., ,.. nw . I . . -.'-A f ' VA... 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Cabinet K4-J Little Theater Plays C31 Senate C45 May Fete f3l PAULINE F. BETZ Sioux City, Iowa Arts and Seiences Alpha Delta Pi Newman Society SARA RUTH COHN Boulder Arts and Sciences VVomen's League Vaudeville C27 Big Sister f3,4l VV. S. G. A. Representative C35 Point System Committee C4-D Y. W. C. A. 13,4-H ANDREW FISHER Boulder Engineering EMMY Lou LEPLEY Maloyf, Iowa Arts and Sciences VVomen's Glee Club Choral Union Cosmopolitan Club Le Cerele Francais Big Sister DOROTHY LOVELAND Casper, Wyoming Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Y. VV. C. A. Committee l1,2, 3,47 May Fete Q1, 35 W. S. G. A. C33 Mandolin Club 13,4-J Hiking Club C3,4j Le Allodale C4-J Big Sister C3,4j WILLIAM B. NEELEY, I Longmont Law Phi Gamma Delta Phi Delta Phi Heart and Dagger Arch Scribblers Club Silver and Gold President Interfraternity Council President Junior Laws 155 President Combined Laws 453 ALICE NoxoN Boulder Arts and Scienrer Alpha Chi Omega BLANCHARD G. SHAW Denver Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta Boosters Club CZ, 3, 4-j Heart and Dagger Senior Basketball Manager l2, 3, 4-D Chairman Interfraternity Council Athletic Committee Chairman Senior Week Committee f4j MAIIGARET' MCINTOSH Las Animas C0 In rn eree Kappa Alpha Theta Big Sister f3,4j VV. S. G. A. Representative C35 Pan-Hellenic Q4-J HARRY NEWMAN Colorado Springs Engineering' Eta Kappa Nu A. I. E. E. Boosters Club Colorado College C1,2, 3,-H LESTER OBERHOLTZ Denver Engineering Acacia KARL JACK VVALTER Pueblo Arts and Seienees Sigma Alpha Epsilon Torch and Shield Sumalia Heart and Dagger , Boosters Club Basketball f1,2, 3, Capt. 4-J Baseball C1,2, 35, Capt. QM President Sophomore Class Student Commission 132 ' A. QQ V C HIGH SCHOOL EDITORS CONFERENCE 1 Q ' H ' f . A .ff f n 9 115, U , fs , . 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T reasurer 74 ' JACK ADAMS Alamosa Law Alpha Tau Omega Phi Alpha Delta Boosters Club Coloradoan C1, 25 Business Manager C35 MARGARET AESCHBIAC Mancos filrts 112711 Scienfes FLORENCE ANDERSON Denver iflrts and Sriezzrm Pi Delta Choral Union French Club Y. W. C. A. Financial Drive May Fete C25 FRANCES ANDREWS Santa Fe, New Mex Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega W. A. A. Basketball C25 Hockey C25 H ico University of New Mexico C15 SUSAN D. ADAINTS Boulder drts and Scieizrer CARL O. ANDERSON Denver Engineering Phi Delta Theta Eta Kappa Nu Colorado Engineer C1, 25 Advertising Manager C35 Vice President of junior Class ROLF L. ANDERSON Denver Engineering Beta Theta Pi Sigma Tau Arch A. S. M. E. Band CZ, 3, 45 junior Prom Committee VIRGINIA ANTRIM Cairo, Illinois Arty and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta Big Sister CZ, 35 JESSE BALL Canyon City Engineering ROBERT BAILEY Twin Falls, Idaho Engineering T Hiking Club Manager C35 l Independent f1,2, 3, 4D l J A. c. E. 42,145 f ROBERT H. BARRY Denver . Engineering - Sigma Nu 5 1 w i l i 2 5 1 l HUBERT C. BEBB Hinsdale, Ill. Engineering A L xr -w..,-...EU -fbi, Q, . WILLIAM H. BAHRET Denver Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma Dodo f2, 35 JAMES S. BARDWVELL Denver iris and Sciences EUNICE BARTHES Denver Arts and Sciences May Fete Big Sister MATTIE ELIZABETH BELL Silverton Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega Hesperia Freshmen Commission CID Basketball 11,25 Hockey Cl, 2, 31 Track KU Baseball 11, 25 Coloradoan C1, 2, 35 W. A. A. IZ! Treasurer C35 Y. W. C. A. Conference, Social and Finance committees Junior Prom Committee Big Sister Q23 May Fete CZJ D""'1 .113 ll lil-el -xl W' y.. lfv, .,. . ls 'fi 1 J.,.....l li.-rf., lil. ,K Ligil .11 Qlll U1 yr. .L T Fone ix l wi l. l infill lf .iff 1 , r Hi fel 655 Y .1 5, il W I en' l .H iff! Mil lil 's l ..-,,..f .. A-4 , if 4.4 2 lzg .J lil .N fill fl yi E-Q5 -il l in llll if 3 1 M... ,T I iii! .ily 1,32 l M Qi -'f-if Eli 331 LW Tk. E ai, 1 fill il iii: Qi 6 .,.-.X ,.-Y, 5 gtg l ie.. Vi! E351 'ef It . all .gg 1. l il ...az CHESTER J. BELL Englewood Engineering RALPH W. BISHOP Boulder Law Glee Club C11 Male Quartette 111 Chapel Choir CZ, 31 Boosters Club K4-1 All Men's Operetta C11 HELEN BLACKBURN Boulder Arts and Sciencex W. A. A. Board 131 Head of Volleyball Hockey QI, 21 Basketball Q1,21 Baseball f1,21 lylay Fete Q21 Y. W. C. A. Le Cercle Francais C11 OSCAR C. BLADE Boulder Arts and Sciences Alpha Sigma Phi Coloradoan C1, 2, 31 GEORGE BEST Alamosa Engineering M. EVRY BLACKBURN Boulder Arts and Sciencex Boosters Club Coloradoan f1,2, 31 Asst. Editor CZ, 31 GEORGE E. BLACKSTONE Casper, Wyoming Engineering Acacia A. S. M. E. Coloradoan f21 FRANCES BLAIR Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta FRANK C. BOBIER Denver Engineering Alpha Sigma Phi Eta Kappa Nu Tennis Little Theatre ORRIN BONNEY Boulder Arts and Sciences GEORGE E. BREACH Boulder Engineering Phintia A. S. C. E. Colorado Engineer PAUL M. BROWN Pueblo Engineering Sigma Rho EDDA BOLTON Cedaredge .fllusif Orchestra Asaph Society MORRIS A. Bowie Bowie - Arts and Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha Hikers' Club Manager "C" Book and Directory Y. M. C. A. Cabinet Track Squad PAUL BROMAN Greeley Engineering A. I. E. E. Hiking Club G. H. BRUNNER Boulder ' Illeflieine ROBERT F. BURKE Boulder Arts and Scicncex Boosters Club Dodo GALEN G. CARTWVRIGHT Boulder Engineering Players Club Eta Kappa Nu Silver and Gold Colorado Engineer A. DUDLEY CATTERSON Denver Phczrnmcy Acacia VVashburn Pharmaceutical Society KENDAL L. CHAPIN Burlington, Vermont Engineering Phi Mu Delta University of Vermont f1,2l BLYTHE CALLOWAY Moritrose flrts mul Sciences Chi Omega May Fete KZJ El Circulo Espanol Le Cercle Francais MARGARIST ANN CASMON Denver Arts and Sciences Chi Omega Freshman Commission Big Sister May Fete Pan-Hellenic Scholarship Committee DANIEL A. CHARLTON Boston, Mass. flrtr and Sciences Delta Tau Delta Sigma Delta Chi CVice-Presidentj Scribblers Club fPresidentD Colorado Canaries fSecretaryj Dodo f1,2J, Editor Mid-Summer Issue Silver and Gold flj University of California Q15 DUIVIONT CLARK Denver Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi Operetta Ass't Football Mgr, C1, 21 FRANCES CLARK Crowell, Texas Music College of Industrial Ar Texas Asaphs Choral Union ARNOLD L. CONDRON Oak Park, Ill. Engineering A. S. C. E. Boosters Club Hikers Club C21 PAUL R. CONWAY Greeley Arts and Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha Colo. State Teachers College C15 U. of C. Hiking Club Coloradoan KZ, 35 Choral Union Orchestra CZ, 35 Chapel Choir H23 HAZEL CRAIK Boulder Arts and Sciencex ts of GENEVIEVE CLAYTON Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma Pan-Hellenic Representative W. S. G. A. Representative ELLA M. CONRAD Boulder Arts and Sciences I. HAROLD CRAIK Boulder Law NANCY CRISP Denver Arts and Sciences Pi Beta Phi WARREN T. CROSMAN Boulder Engineering Canaries J. DOUGLAS CROUCH Fort Morgan Arts and Scieneex Phi Gamma Delta Arch Y. M. C. A. Cabinet C25 CORAL DALTON Boulder Arts and Seienres Big Sister CHESTER E. DAVIS Boulder Engineering A. I. E. E. J. DONALD CROUCH Fort Morgan Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta Sports Editor Coloradoan C35 ELEANOR DALY Carbondale Airfs and Sciences' Pi Beta Phi May Fete VV. A. A. C25 Head Baseball CZD Basketball CID Hockey C1, 3D Baseball C1,2l Track C25 Tennis C1,2, 33 Freshmen Commission Cojoradoan C1, 35 Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet C25 Big Sister C2, 3D VV. S. G. A. MOR'I'IMER B. DANIELS Denver Conzlneree Boosters Club Players Club Coloradoan Staff C1,2J Choral Union C21 Little Theatre Plays C1,2l NICHOLAS DEFILLIPS Rockford, Ill. Engineering BARTLETT T. DEWEY Royalton, Vermont Arts and Sciences Sigma Alpha Chi University of Vermont fl, 25 IVIILDRED DICE Lafayette Aris and Sciences Iota Sigma Pi Hikers Club Association Independent Women W. A. A. May Fete Ill Y. W. Cabinet C25 VV. S. G. A. Senate CSD Big Sister f3l House of Representatives VV. S. G. A. QZH MABEI. DICKSON Arts and Scimzcav Boulder Pi Delta Hesperia VV. S. G. A. Representative fll Freshman Commission Cll Big Sister C2,3l Independent Council CZD Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet C3l VV. A. A. C3l Hockey CZ, Sl Baseball C1,2l JOHN F. Domi, JR. Ezzginefring Boulder Phintia A. S. C. E. A. C. E. BUENA C. DEWEY Pueblo Arfs and Sciences Scribblers Club Hikers Club C1,2l VV. A. A. Hockey QZ, 3l Baseball Q25 lviay Fete C2l DONALD L. DICKERSON Windsor' Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha Alpha Chi Sigma C. R. DITSCH Englewood Arts 117111 Sciences Boxing fell LAURENCE A. DUNN Boulder A rfs 1171.11 Seievzces Sigma Delta Chi Scribblers Club Players Club Little Theater Colorado Mountain Club Editor Dodo PAUL EAGELTON Boulder Law EDITH E. ECKLU ND Boulder flris and Scieznffx Pi Beta Phi Hesperia Glee Club f1,2D Freshman Dance Committee Tennis fl, 25 lvlzly Fete ELIZABETH M. ENGLE Breckenridge Arty and Srrienrex Y. VV. C. A. VV. A. A, Baseball C25 Volley Ball Q35 VV. S. G. A. Representative 433 GRA MAY EVANS Boulder flrts and SL'iFIIfF.Y Choral Union C1,2, 35 Asaph Club l-: jii L: , 5 W. G. EATON Brighton Elzginwring DAI.,E ELFTMAN Boulder Alrtx and Sciences EDLTH ERICKSON Boulder Arls and Scienfes W. S. G. A, Representativ C25 Y. VV. C. A. EDGAR E. EVANS Baltimore, Md. fllezlicine A. FTNDLAY Pueblo Arts and Sciences EDITH L. FORSMAN Boulder Arts and Sciences DALLAS J. FRANDSEN Canon City Engineering Lambda Chi Alpha JULIA FULLER Brighton Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Hesperia W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. Tennis f1,2, 3D Woman's Singles Tennis Champion C35 Basketball CZD May Fete CZJ LIONEL FISHER Boulder Law Phi Gamma Delta Coloradoan f3j junior Manager Players Club RUTH FOSTER Arvada Arts and Sciences ROBERT H. FREEMAN Greeley Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma - U. C. Hiking Club 12, 35 Forum C25 ELIZABETH FULLINGTON Marysville, Ohio Arts and Sciences MANUEL C. GALEA Denver Arts and Sciences Sigma Phi Epsilon Players Club C25 Le Cercle Francais C1, 25 E1 Circulo Espanol C1,Z5 Le Allodale C25 Little Theatre C1,25 All Men's Operetta C15 Little Theatre Club C25 HERMAN R. GIESE Denver Engineering Phi Delta Theta junior Prom Committee C35 Engineers Magazine C1,25 Circulation Manager C35 Engineers Council C35 DOROTHY GISH Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma Scribblers Club Y. W. C. A. Cabinet DORA GENE GOLDER Monrovia, Californi Arts and Sciences Players Club ZI. EDWARD W. GARDINER Cripple Creelc Engineering E. S. GILMORE Chicago, Ill. .41-ts and Sciences GEORGE A. GOEMMER La Veta Engineering ELEANOR GOODRIDGE Denver Arts and Sciences Kappa Kappa Gamma National Park Seminary C15 Freshman Party Committee C15 Boosters Vaudeville C25 May Fete C25 MARGARET GRIZESON Boulder flrlx and Scimces WALDO HARDY Mont1'ose Ezzgincering MARGARIZ'1' J. HARIJIER Boulder iris and Seiflzcex Scribblers Club f1,2,3j Classical Club f1,2, 3j Y. W. C. A. C1,2, sp Le Cercle Francais f3D HERSCHEL HARRINGTON Lexington, Kentucky Engineering Pi Kappa Alpha U. C. Hikers Club Players Club A. S. C. E. University of Kentucky CID ROBERT LEE HADWIGER Alva, Oklahoma Law JAMES HARI,OW Boulder Arts and Scienfes VIRGINIA HARRELI. Boulder flrts and Scienrfs JULIA MAE HARRISON Herrin, Illinois Alrts and Scienres Delta Delta Delta Asaph Club Choral Union C2,3D Illinois Woman's College C1,2l E. D. HARRISON Nlinneapolis, Miiiri. flledicine HERBERT P. HEATH Lake City Engineering A. I. E. E. Colorado Canaries MORRIS K. HEI'LER Pueblo iris and Sciences Boosters Club Independent Council Boosters Vaudeville C31 Scribblers Club WALTER G. HIGDON Roanoke, Miss0uI'i Engineering Phi Kappa Tau Baseball .IAM ES HARVEY Boulder Engineering GEORGE E. HEl.lVI ER Boulder Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma Delta Sigma Delta Chi Torch and Shield Silver and Gold C1,2D Sport Editor Q31 Football KZ, 3D Basketball fll JOHN W. HIDY Greeley Engineering U. C. Hiking Club Engineers Forum I. P. HILTON Gorham . Arts and Sciences ROLAND F. HIND Denver Engineering A. I. E. E. Y. M. C. A. Circus HAROLD A. HOEFMEISTER Boulder drts and Seieneex Phintia Boosters Club LLOYD D. HOLSAPPLE Lusk, YVyoming Engineering A. S. C. E. LYNN E. HOLT Grand Junction Engineering A. I. E. E. Hiking Club f1,Zj Treasurer CSD FRANCES HoBsoN Colorado Springs Arts and Seieneex R. S. HOLBROOK Dwight, Ill. Engineering HELEN B. HOLT Boulder Arts and Sciences Zeda Club University Orchestra Cl, 2, 3l Woman's League Orchestra 41,237 Mandolin Club C1,2l Little Theater C25 Players Club, Vice-President co Senior Play QZJ VVoman's League Vaudeville C25 Boosters Club Vaudeville C2l May Fete CZJ Big Sister KZ, 3l EUGENE HOWARD, A.B. Denver Medicirze Alpha Tau Omega Phi Beta Pi VIRGINIA Howe Boulder Arts and Sciences WALTER R. HUMPHREY Dallas, Texas Arts and Sciences Lambda Chi Alpha Sigma Delta Chi, President C35 Silver and Gold C1,2, 3D Assistant Managing Editor fzl. . Associate Editor C31 Order of the Scroll Dodo Editorial Board C1,2,3D MABEL L. HYDE Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Gamma W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. lNIay Fete flj ELIZABETH JACK Glendale, Arizona Arts and Sciences HAROLD H. HUGHES Colcedale Engineering Sigma Rho A. I. E. E. A. C. E. MICHAEL J. HURLEY Laurens, Iowa Law Phi Kappa Tau Phi Alpha Delta Boosters Club R. H. INGALLS Roswell, N. M. Engineering E. MORRIS JACK Denver Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi Torch and Shield Sumalia Boosters Club Chairman Freshman Dance Committee Football KZ, 3, Track C25 Boosters Vaudeville KZD Boosters Operetta f1,2l DOROTHY JACOBSON Denver Afrty 111111 S1'i1'11e1'5 Y. W. C. A. May Fete W. A. A. Volley Ball Team GEORGE JOHNSON Denver Engineering KENNETH A. JOHNSTO Boulder flrts 07711, Sfiences MILTON KALISCHER Denver Engineering A. I. E. E. NET'1'IE JACOBSON Denver .filrts and Sciences May Fete W. A. A. Volley Ball KZJ DUEFIE JOHNSON Mouimtaiii Creek, A1 Engineering Acacia A. I. E. E. Interfraternity Council C. R. JONES Denver Alrtx 111111 Sciences JOHN A. KEEFE Denver .flledicine Kappa Sigma Phi Beta Pi Newman Club CHARLES J. KlZ1,Lh' Denver drls and Sz'iP1lz'f'.v Phi Delta Theta Boosters Club Football C15 University of Idaho QU LYLE H. KliNDAI.L Kingsville, Texas Erzgifzefrifzg A. S. M. E. L. F. Kn21.sMi31ER Denver .E71gl1ll'F7'l7Ig HARRY KLIEWER Flagler Engimffring Acacia A. I. E. E. C. QI. KlZI,I,Y Denver Law CHARLES F. KETTERING Denver El1giI1FK7'i1lQ Sigma Chi Sigma Tau Arch President of Junior Class Boosters Vaucleville f2l Operetta KZJ lnterfrzlternity Council HOI,GIiR C. KIELGARD Qmaha, Nebraska Arts and Scifnfes Lzimlxla Chi Alpha Forum C1,2l Boxing Squad Ill KATHERINE KNOCK Florence Alrts and Sciences Chi Omega SUSAN C. LA SHELL Denver Arts and Sciences fn rg i ANNIE LE ROSSIGNOL P Rifle ,vt Arts and Sciences if A Alpha Delta Pi x jfs W. A. A. if VVashburn Pharmaceutical 1 Society 32' Basketball CU m E EINAR LINDSTROM Casper, Wyoming Engineering i IRWIN LOWRY l Denver Arts and Sciences WILMA LEONARD Lamar Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta Ward-Belmont Q15 May Fete C25 Hockey CZJ LoUIs P. LEVITT Cheyenne, Wyoming Medicine Phi Sigma Delta Shriner Club Vice-President Freshman Medic Class Graduate Colorado Agriculture College, D. V. M. College Band Varsity Orchestra RAYMOND W. LocKE Denver Arts and Sciences G. K. LUBY Minturn 'Law WINNIFRED E. LYONS Boulder Arts and Sciences LEANDER A. MALONE Boone Arts and Sciences Kappa Sigma VIOLBTTE MARSH Dodge City, Kansas Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta Choral Union C2,3D A. R. MATHIAS Chicago, Ill. Arts and Sciences CHARLES LYONS Boulder Law EDITH MARSH Chugwater, Wyoming Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta Choral Union Big Sister MABEL F. MATTHEWS Boone Arts and Sciences LUCIA E. MCCABE Boulder Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega Carleton College CID May Fete Q21 Y. W. C. A. E. CLAYTON MCCARTY Fort Collins Arts and Sciences Scrihblers Club Dodo Little Theater GRACE G. MCCRIhIhfION Montrose Arts and Sciences Delta- Delta Delta Hesperia W. S. G. A. C25 Society Editor, Silver and Gold C25 Co-ed Editor C35 Exchange Editor of Dodo C235 May Fete C25 Junior Class Secretary VVomen's League Vaudeville C2. 35 LOUISE F. l5CICDONAl.D Estes Park Arty and Sciences E. M. lVICKi3Lv13v Denver Arts and Sciffiicfav FLORENCE MCCLUNG Rocky Ford Arts and Sciences Kappa Alpha Theta Choral Union C35 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C45 May Fete C35 G. DEWEY MCDONALD Cherokee, 'Iowa Law Acacia University of Iowa W. A. l54CGREVV Denver Arts and Sciences Bess MCKIENNAN Trinidad Arts fmt! Science.: JOHN R. MCNEIl', Denver .E7lQiflFFI'iIIg Phintia ' A. S. C. E. A. C. E. Colorado Engineers JOHN M. lVIIl,LS Boulder Alrtx 111111 Sci11111'1',r A. A. MOl,INE Boulder .El7Qi77l'P7'i7l0 FLORENCE MONTO Boulder drtx 121111 SCJE7 OIN1 ERY 7665 RUTH L. MIiYERS Boulder flrts 111111 Sciences Independent WOmen's Organization Le Cercle Francais El Circulo Espanol -JOHN BAIINNA Cokedale 1J7'Z'X 111111 S1i1111'eJ REXFORD C. MONROE llilii 31-15 111111 SL'ie11CP.v MARION MORRIS Chicago, Illinois Arts ana' Sciences Alpha Chi Omega House of Representatives May Fete H25 Le Cercle Francais MARTHA NINA MORRIS Boulder Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Pi EUGENE NEWMAN Denver Engineering Sigma Rho Newman Society JACK OGILVY Denver Arts and Sciences DOROTHY OVERDORF Pueblo Arts and Sciences Alpha Chi Omega Players Club 11, 2, 35 Big Sister C31 Y. W, C. A. Social Committee C3l BERNICE NEIL Boulder Arts and Sciences Association of Independent Women Women's Athletic Association EMORY F. NUSSBAUM Boulder Engineering Alpha Chi Sigma U. of C. Hiking Club 435 University of Washington C1,2l EARL J. OYNEILL Leadville Commerce RALPH M. PALMER Denver Arts and Sciences Sigma Rho Players Club Boosters Vaudeville C2l ROBERT S. PALMER Denver Arty 111111 Sz'i1'11rr'.v Sigma Chi Players Club Colorado Agricultural College Q11 CATHERINE PARKER Salida Arts and Sl'if'Ill'P,S' EDWIN I. PAYTON Pueblo Engineering U. of C. Hiking Club I. DUDLEY PEAVY Boulder Arts mm' Sciezzcfs J. Y. PARCE, IR. Denver Engineering A. S. M. E. JOHN 'PATTERSON Florence Engineerizzg Baseball fll Dodo CZJ Football A. I. E. E. XIVILLIAM M.ARION PEAKE Ridgway Alrtr and Scienfes Sigma Phi Epsilon Players Club HD Little Theater CZ, 3D Boosters Club Vaudeville CZ, 35 Boosters Club Operetta Cl, 35 Choral Union CU E. F. PERRY Denver Ezzgineeriizg RIALTO PHILLEO Denver Arts and Sciences Beta Theta Pi Arch Boosters All Men's Operetta C23 Football C32 ALBERTA PIKE Mt. Morrison Arts and Sciences VVILLENA PORTER Boulder Arts and Sciences Asaphs Glee Club Secretary Coloradoan C1, 2, 35 Art Editor KU Choral Union CZ, 35 Woman's League Vaudev C2, 35 Big Sister Q31 Chapel Choir KZD Y. VV. C. A. OPAL RALSTON Boulder Arts and Sciences ille HELEN PHILLIPS Greeley Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi W. A. A. 11,21 Y. W. C. A. C1,2, 31 I W. S. G. A. Representative Q C37 J. P. POLLARD i Denver Engineering ELVIE PROFFITT Boulder Arts and Sciences WILLIAM R. RAMSEY, JR. Denver Arts and Sciences Alpha Sigma Phi Colorado Canaries C3l Forum f1,ZD , A. C. E. C15 Coloradoan C1, 2, 35 Dodo C21 Y. M. C. A. Little Theater Plays CZD , l .., ,..x J HELEN REED Q Boulder f- ' Arts and Sciences CHARLES T. RHINE i Ordway it J Arts and Sciences lfil ff-rl l 1 ,lf HAROLD P. RISLEY , Denver use .r Arts and Sciences Alpha Sigma Phi 3 Little Theater Plays Cl, Little Theater Club " Players Club CZ, 33 M . . 3 r, .v .Wi will ESI f lf jf ESTHER Rosiz .ga :iz GU if W5 Pueblo fi Arts and Sciences l . lli fl i A 25 BETHANY W. REINKING Colorado Springs Arts and Sciences THOMAS B. RHONE Grand Junction Arts and Sciences Sigma Nu Phi Rho Sigma Coloradoan C1,2j CLARENCE I. RosE lVlCClave Engineering EUNICE A. RowE Greeley Arts and Sciences Alpha Phi Hesperia Y. W. C. A. Big Sister H. E. Rovs Louisville Engfizzeerizzg A. I. E. E. PAULINE SARTIN Kansas City, Kansas Arts and Sriences May Fete C25 Boosters Club Vaudeville C25 Players Club Woman's League Vaudeville C25 , Y. VV. C. A. Carnival C15 ALICE SCHAAP Fort Collins Arts llfllll Sc'iF11r'zf.s' Delta Gamma Hesperia W. A. A. Board C35 Coloradoan C1, 2, 35 Wornen's Editor C35 Players Club Big Sister C2,35 Secretary Sophomore Class W. S. G. A. Point System Committee May Fete C25 KATHRYNE SCHAEFER Weldona Arts and Srienrex Alpha Delta Pi VV. A. A. Hockey C1,2,35 Track C1,25 Basketball Squad C25 Operetta C15 Players Club Boosters Vaudeville C25 May Fete C25 Coloradoan Dodo C2, 35 Pan-Hellenic C2, 35 House of Representatives C35 Freshman Commission GLORENE SARTIN Kansas City, Kansas Arts and Sciences Chi Omega May Fete C25 Boosters Club Vaudeville C25 Y. W. C. A. Carnival C15 EARNEST V. SAYLER Boulder Engineering Phintia A. I. E. E. Colorado Engineers FRED VV. SCHAEFER Denver C0111 IIZEITE Chi Psi Le Cercle Francais Boosters Club Silver and Gold C25 MERRYL SCHWIND Boulder .ffrfs and Sciezzfzcv ALICE SCOTT Denver Arts and Sciences Delta Delta Delta May Fete Q25 Choral Union Q15 MARGARET SHAFFER Idaho Springs Arts and Srifnrex 5. W. SHAWVER Shoshoni, Vvvoming Engineering Phintia Colorado Engineers Treasurer junior Class A. I. E. E. HAROLD C. SINGLETON Golden Engineering Phintia U. of C. Hiking Club A Choral Union I Colorado School of Mines C25 MARIIE E. SCOTT Denver P lzflrznafy IQUTH M. SHANK Denver ffrtx and Srienres Chi Omega W. A. A. Y. W. C. A. Treasurer Q35 Hesperia Freshman Commission f15 Boosters Club Vaudeville Q25 May Fete C25 Coloradoan KZ5 Big Sister f35 VV. S. G. A. Housing Committee Q35 ELAINE Sims Nlonte Vista flrts and Sriences Kappa Kappa Gamma Hesperia Freshman Commission, Y. VV. C. A. Hockey 12, 35 Basketball C25 Baseball C25 VV. A. A. VV. S. G. A. Treasurer C35 Pan Hellenic C35 B. O. SM ETZ ER Boulder Engineering MILDRED SMITH Longmont Arts and Seienres Big Sister Womans League Orchestra DANIEL SOUTHERLAND Trinidad Engineering Sigma Rho Eta Kappa Nu EDWARD A. SPELMAN Rand Engineering A. C. E. A. S. C. E. R. T. STEELE La Junta Arts and Scienees HALLEY A. SORENSON Pueblo .Engineering Phintia A. S. M. E. Colorado Engineers HELEN SPARHAWK. Denver Arts and Seiences HELEN G. SPURRIER St. Marysville, Qhio Arts and Sciences ELIZABETH STENGER Denver Arts and Sciences ,Kappa Kappa Gamma Players- Club MARGARET STEYVART Denver .fflrix and Sciences PEARL E. SURBRUGG Lamar Plzarnmcy GERTRUDE TAYLOR Windsor M usic I MAUDE MARIE TULLY Monte Vista Arts and Sciences ALVIN STONER Morocco, Indiana Arts and Sciences Indiana State University Q11 Valparaiso University Q21 THOMAS R. TARTAUAHA Honolulu, Hawaii Engineering A. S. Nl. E. Colorado Engineers The Cosmopolitan Club ETTA THOMAS Boulder Alrts and Sciences Y. W. C. A. JOHN R. TURNQUIST Gothenburg, Nebraska Arts and Sciences Band C11 Orchestra C11 U. of C. Hiking Club ALICE TWIST Lamar flrts and Sciences Independent VVoman's Organization El Circulo Espanol W. A. A. Baseball C25 Basketball C21 Women's League Vaudeville C33 L. F. VALENTINE York, Nebraska Arts and Sciences CECEl.IA VIRGIL Saguaehe Arts and Sciences Pi Delta Newman Society U. of C. Hiking Club May Fete Q21 MIT.DRED I. WADE Telluride Arts and Sciences Pi Delta Choral Union KSU May Fete 12, WV. A. A. Hockey f1,2j 4 ROBERT L. UTSINGER Denver dr-ts mul Sciences Alpha Chi Sigma U. of C. Hiking Club Congo Club CHARLES D. VANCLEAVE Boulder Arts and Sciences LEONE XTOORHIES Pueblo Arts and Sciences C. D. WAGGENER, JR. Telluride - 007717712763 Chi Psi A. H. VVAHLBR Denver .EIIQi7ll'F7'ilIg LYNN B. WALLIS La Junta Engineerirzg Pi Kappa Alpha A. I, E. E. Colorado College f1,2j SHERMAN A. VVAT'1 Oak Creek .EIIgifIFL'Tl71y Pi Kappa Alpha Eta Kappa Nu A. I. E. E. Boosters Club Boxing QZJ H. L. WELSH Boulder Engineering GEORCSE A. VVALLIS Boulder Arm 111111 St'iE7H'FS GORDON F. VVAL'r13R Idaho Springs Y F1-11.1111111111 Law Sigma Rho Phi Alpha Delta Coloradoan Newman Society Forum Boosters Club HARRY H. VVELLS Colorado Springs dz-fx 111111 Scie11rf.v Phi Gamma Delta Boosters Club Sigma Delta Chi Players Club Scribblers Club Silver and Gold l1,2,3l Editor C-ll SARAH WENDELKEN Denver Arts 111111 Srierzres MORTON E. WEICHSEL Denver Engineering Phi Sigma Delta IDONNA VVIGGLESWORTH Durango Arts ana' Sciences Mandolin Club C1, 2, 3D May Fete QZJ Womens League Orchestra CZ, 3l Womenls League Vaudeville C3l Big Sister C3l Hiking Club A. L. VVILLIAMS Denver Law L. LoU1sE WoLcoTT Boulder l Arts and Sciences W. A. A. WALTER W1i.LARD WEST Wheat1'idge Engineering A. S. C. E. DOROTHY WILKES Fair Oakes, California Arts and Sciences Hiking Club J-ESSIE WITTEMYER Boulder Arts and Sciences Glee Club C1,2l Woman's League Orchestra fl, 2, leader 3l Y. W. C. A. 423 W. ALFRED WYCOFF Greeley Business Administration Hiking Club C1,Z, 3, El Circlo Espanol CID Choral Union CD Y. M. C. A. Finance Committee CSD KENT BARBER Denver Arts and Scirmvx Delta Tau Delta GRACE GLASCO Denver Arts and Slfil'1Il'f'J Alpha Phi S. G. MCPHERSON, JR. Pueblo Arts and Srimzrrs Sigma Rho U. of C. Hiking Club Treasurer 125 Interfraternity Council 135 CORNELIA SAMPLINER Grand Junction Arts and Scirmev Chi Omega Hesperia Players Club W. S. G. A. Senate Commissioner A. S. U. C. May Fete Q25 Boosters Vaudeville f1,2, 35 Boosters Operetta f15 Y. W. C. A. Circus f1.25 Women,s League Vau-deville 42, 35 Little Theater Plays FORD DENSLOW Denver Arts and Sciences Phi Gamma 'Delta Chairman, junior Prom Committee MARION HARV'EY Denver Arts and Sciences JACK SALISBURY Greeley Law Sigma Phi Epsilon Phi Delta Phi Heart and Dagger Torch and Shield Sumalia Track f1,2,35, Captain C45 Players Club Boosters Club Boxing Squad C15 Marshall Q35 Canaries IRMA SHIDELER Boulder Arts and Sciences Boosters Club Operetta C15 Fete de la Victoire C35 Woman's League Vaudeville C35 Boosters Club Vaudeville 42, 35 ' Boosters Club Operetta Q15 May Fete Q25 Y. VV. C. A. LAWRENCE STUBBS Denver Arts and Srienaes Delta Tau Delta Marshall C4J 108 1-J' K fwff VL, f X 'Il ff 6,11 'Lf f -' X :li i If X 'U il- , . fl ,ff 22 Z! ff f 1 ffl X I R3 f f f ff! f X! W. , X ffy ., 1,517 xx Q 6 J! I .W ' fm X4 W Q N "fl: ,fmxgx me 6, , ff KKK V' N Xflfa , 4,-Y Jpffyd will 'Vdf fb- ! jf ua f Rr, N ,E- Y 2 Z Z- Z-0'-,T-XZ! A fx Z 1 n '71 I H I U ff A771 For-. 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A Juju ,U In 7 Hkll'n'If dl-,. Il. 'f' w him, i'lIfA..k,'s1flIm .IL,Mlj66. 111 SISSON, JAMES, WITTEMEYER. Combined Freshmen GEORGE SISSON ..... ........,. Prexident GEORGE WITTEMEYER ..,, ................ If ice-President ELLA BOLLING JAMES ...... ........ S ecretary-Treasurer 112 NEDICS .MMRW N gf ff ' P, M X111-J-VI NQS-ff 5-Nff-Q? ' E C4 Q- 9 I fi? Af , W I 1' wi! M Nw 'f' . WNXH 'X A-' X Q zu!" fff R M,,w1f NN ' ,5 NL X . X w i, ff X7 f X 1, 5-n,f,,ff'Q7 ff f , Q fl If X fx -- 15,1541 X I u N f ff Xfxff M H w Wil- X- l X Mx XTX W- fg I f ' ,X M, ' N v S Qdx- Aff Qx y W X M 'T-' H U xzgemw li, X V I X fl f 'Xa X Mkg xl , I F. ,xv Xe I I XP A - -, L41- ' - f' 1. - ' ' Herzer . xx 1 , ' MM" lil ,AX L MQ .f iwlm Q M Ayifgfifgx ff ZL ,gf -X L 113 SVVENSON, PEAVY. Woo, Homuxs. Senior Class in Medicine REUBEN F. SWENSON ...................... ...,,... P residenz Denver Phi Beta Pi I. L. PEAVY ..... .,..................... .....,.. V i ce-President Denver Phi Chi MARX' JANET HUNG Woo ................. ...... Secretary Denver B. A., University of Michigan IMIUGH J. HOPKINS .i..........,............ .......... T f6ll.flU'l'!' Denver Phi Rho Sigma 114- Wai 1 J V' 'E Zi X I 1, -AJ i 'ii ..,5 Ni DJ i f si .sci .iii -..Zhi R... ' vi '1 Y . ..,g 1...-11: . ' ,-1: Macs 5 . nu 5 J 1 2 is 'i ,.., 3 1:1 A 5 '1 1 1 ii 1 i Q 4 i -i fi ,m i 1 v fti .5 .f :G PEDRO ALSAN'1'ARA Capiz, Panay, Philippines lilflfdillillff NIAURICE CHERNYLS Denver llledirine Phi Chi Menorah Athenaeum Glee Club Orchestra Chess Club LOUIS GREEN Denver flfedicirze F. DEWISY BISHOP Denver jllglllifllll' Phi Kappa Psi Arch Phi Rho Sigma Coloradoan f2l VVILMA R. CONN Denver Jlifeflifine JACQUES L. LABARRERE Paris, France Illedirine Delta Tau Delta Phi Rho Sigma HARRY' VV. LEFEVRE Denver illedicine Sigma Alpha Epsilon Phi Beta Pi Football CZ,-lj BYRON H. LORD Denver flledicine MARY MARR Denver Medicifze Hesperia Y. W. C. A. Cabinet RAGNAR I. NESS Denver Medicine Phi Beta Pi Sigma Phi Epsilon JULIAN F. M.AIER Wiplbur, Washingtorl flledicine Phi Kappa Psi Phi Rho Sigma Torch and Shield Sumalia ' Heart and Dagger Baseball C1,2,3,4-H Track f1,2j Basketball Q2, SJ, Manager KZ? Freshman Football Coach C47 Boosters Club KZ, 3,4j President C4j, A. S. U. C. Commissioner HD, President Q55 May Fete Manager C3j Manager All-VVest Track Meet C4-Q President Sophomore Medics C63 'WILLIAM W. MCANLIS Denver flledicine Phi Chi Choral Union THEODORE H. NISMANN Marcus, Iowa Medicine WAL'rER F. PEER Denver .flledicine Lambda Chi Alpha Phi Beta Pi Freshman Class in Medicine G. H. BRUNNER JOSEPH CONNELL LAURA DASEE FLORENCE DUNLAP ARNOLD EISENDORFER HERMAN FEINBERG HARRY FRIEDMAN WENZEL JFRIESCI-I MAX GINSBERG VVILLIAM GINSBERG JESSE GORDON FRED HAMMOND EVERETT HARRISON GREER HERMETET EUGENE HOWARD VERNON IEURINK RODNEY JONES JOHN KEEFE HUGH KEINE LOUIS LEVIT1' JULIAN LOVE PAUL MCCOMMELL LOUIS MADDEN PERCY MATTISON JOHN MAURER 117 JOHN MITCHEL FRANCIS MORLEY ELIZABETH MULLINNEX ROBBIE NEELEY SAMUEL OWEN PEARL POORE PAUL REPASS THOMAS RHONE ANNA SEYLER FLOYD STOUT ELINOR TRAUDEN LINVILLE VALENTINE ALFRED WILCOX Freshman Law Class JOHN ADAMS FRANK APLAN ORRIN BONNEY ELMER BROWN WILLIAM CANTWELI, EMIL CHRISTENSEN HAROLD CRAIK JOHN CROSS THEODORE DANIELS PAUL EAGLETON LIONEL FISHER GEORGE FULLER DAVID HOWE RICHARD HUFE CLIFFORD KEITH ROGERS KELLEY MOSES LEVVIS HENRY LINDSLEY GENE LUBY HARRY MALM VAL MARMADURE LESLIE MILES WILLIAM MILLER SIDNEY MORITZ ANGELO Mosco JOHN NOLAN 118 HARRY OSBORNE CARL PLEUS KENNETH REYNOLDS CHARLES SCHWIESO THOMAS SEARS BLANOHARD SHAW G. 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DICKSON WRESTLING SUNDERLAND THOMAS MCGLASHEN TENNIS WILLARD BAKER FRANK BORIER GOLF HENRY LINDSLEY MEREDITH BROMFIELD 122 ITARVEY CARPENTER Football 1, :I A., V VAN' R l' M L I , 1 V: 5 wa, 1 x ' ' v 124 MYRON WITHAM Head Coaffz The N EDVVARD MONTGOMERY WALTEF B' FRANKLIN , Lme Cozzfh Ilflanayez Staff VVOLCOTT, KNOWLES, JOHNSON, WITHAM, FRANKLIN, NOGGLE 125 , I' 3. U . 1 sf ,Z My -ar e f f 1, Q,-A i . .1 . ' A-. N. -M: visit "1 - -. Y7 i . "" . L. ,,,' ' ' . E135 ss 'ess if X553 Stag 1 xg-g QA X fz W Ay sf 4 M , , AA g , ,R y c wig W f, s gg xi A I R Q Q .X X X X J X, J 'fam' Q N 'ra Q, , , f MLM was ,fa '91 'LY J SYS' 'W 1 N s F r 4, N, Q 9 .X Y, , , E I fe, ,sf M X 3 X as-St A X a -.sw , Q ,,. 3 A 4 1 sg v ,vi its fs f is X 2 get yi Q, kv: X Q 1 as 5 A , , c fe 2 s f gas, if 2 V X 1 Et, if ia sm "fy -sq ., g5.r:as.i:-9 .gasw Stqij, -9 Q ap i: 'Iv "Kf- . 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The squad made up for its inexperience by a willingness to learn, and a big show of fight, and after four weeks of intensive drill, a team was rounded into shape to meet Western State College, in the first game on Coloradols schedule. Witham sent thirty-five men into the game, to determine the qualities of each man. The line devel- oped under Assistant Coach Walter Franklin, worked like Z1 unit' for such an early sea- son game, and the Western men could do nothing, either on the offense or defense. Colorado scored at will in the overhead and plunging games, and the final count stood Colorado 51, Western State 0. Two sets of backfields were used by Witham throughout the season. Fred Hart- shorn, a former Aggie halfback, showed some of his old power, and Loser, a veteran started as though he meant to make the season the best in his career. Captain Quinlan, quarterback, led the team with unerring decision, and the green line, held down by All- Conference Tackle McLean, worked like experienced players. The ends who were used most, Handy and Healy, showed that they had the stuff in them to hold down the wings against strong opposition. They surprised prac- tically everybody, because it was thought that it would be impossible to produce two efhcient wing men from the green material that showed up for practice. In the week that followed the first game, Witham and Franklin gave the squad a work-over, and had a good idea who would comprise the first team. lVIcNary, center, u 126 9 ina? ' ,, -if-- ,vi " ff- :f ix 'X ,gil Q53 55 5 l fl? 'U ' at, -t',Q91 ' ,W :H 5 '4'Q- r af' A at 4 15141 I . 1, l ' . 7 , 1 lm 5 x J X' 5 . We V 4 . t .. .,l S., ., -s ' V :ff . -X--, 3 "-ny. 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'i ,Q .rf T ' W1e'.Sr3-fylif-'IvfYf:51' Q ' 'X f' 1 55 sq BOHN Halfbaflz JOHNSON 2nd A11-cfmfe,-me, 1923 End as a unit. McLea1i played as though he was working for a second all-conference berth, and the green men on both sides of him worked like veterans. The first hard game of the season, with Denver, was next on the list. A heavy rain and snowstorm Wednesday and Thursday left Broadway Park in a deplorable con- dition. The mud was six inches deep on all parts of the field except a strip fifteen yards Wide which ran down the center. Remarks were heard to the effect that Colo- rado would not stand a chance of Winning because no use could be made of the over- head game. The Way in which the team trotted on the field a few minutes before the start spoke of victory. The men were on edge, but were not up in the air. lt Was the first real test for the green men, and they Went through it playing like the champions which they turned out to be. The slippery footing made plunging almost impossible. Few gains were made by either side. Punts were frequently resorted to until Quinlan opened up on his 129 4 6' G .si . ,J " . r -'k" ,gs 1- lf' -. , X Q, X I I H- KR I E Q t , . I Q . , r I y R , 21, if 4 ei f Q - M' .73 i- he . W L ' .4 V ' v' 42' l - 5353 ' rung: M g ist HANDY - CHILSON End Quarterback passing game, and, to the surprise of everybody, tossed the slippery ball with such precision to the receiving ends that anybody would have thought the Held and ball were perfectly dry and in good shape for the aerial game. Out of thirty attempts, Colorado completed fifteen passes for a total distance of 206 yards, and the score rolled up to 21 to O in the fourth quarter. Then, on Hartshorn's attempt to ground the ball, Beal, of Denver, intercepted and raced 60 yards for a touchdown, preventing his team from being shut out. The Final score stood 21 to 7 in favor of State. Another storm put Gamble Field in a slippery condition for Home-Coming Day. The footing was notggood, and the field was wet, making the ball slimy and almost 130 a .-,-, , I 'ZZ Z H25 l Elf' "i 54 l 41 "1 - , , :TAS ,. K ' a 1 NS: l f Q 'ii r I 1 f w vf f I . Z Q3 f '- fix v " 1 1 :C V' A QQ Z ? l re 1' 5- V. I . 'U' 15 11 V. ,-1,,,a 1 if B1 A 1 l A fe f 3. af ,J-- l' -an-.-. 7-, M 1 MEAD PLESTED Guard Tzzrkle impossible to hold. Coach Mead's Tigers were known to have an excellent overhead game, and ,fans wondered how it would compare with Colorado's on a slippery field. Colorado received and started a rushing march straight for the Tiger goal. At the fifteen yard line the march was stopped, and Quinlan dropped hack and place- kiclced neatly for three points. Then the State machine seemed to slow up, the Tigers got the jump, and with the use of several well-executed passes coupled with an ineffec- tual pass defense by Colorado, took the ball the length of the Held and pushed it over for a touchdown. That little act put new life into Colorado, and they tore into the Tigers with a vengeance, taking the ball back in the direction from which it had come for a touch- down, and putting the score at 10 to 7. Quinlan again showed uncanny ability at tossing a wet and slippery ball, and Colorado's superiority was IlOt questioned for the rest of M3 , .,. , .A A , ,. , V. ,-4. ,N ,, . - ,T ,Z Ag 0 - f - -N. - " .L ..., 3 ,.i::'i5QQ,',' nf-ff-' "4ff"'ff3f'.l 1-1 " -, 7 32 uf 2 ' ,: -' .-'Z W - ll 2 ' ..,, gg " i .,.... - wif ,:. ,, .4 , , -... aa..-.-Q nu -1 -an 4 riff- -l I V U -f - U f--4 - ,a, ? 'f M515 --,- -' " , 1 114 ' ' ' 1 . J -J gi, if A . ,V ' A f wif 2,2 1 1- X l ' I . - 54 -,Q H 5 5 ,.,.. "'Q'K5' 7 L- 1.,2f1q:azf " ,: af ,. 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The next game, with Mines, was a question. Colorado could not get under way, and the Miners started as though they meant to do something to the championship aspirants. They had been working hard on a certain few Colorado plays which had been gaining the most ground previously, and were prepared to meet and stop them. In the second quarter, Quinlan changed his tactics, and slipped some plays over that could not be met-even fathomed-by the Miners. Colorado took the ball down the field for seven touchdowns, and a final score of 47 to O. Bilbrough again showed ver- satility which marked his early season work, particularly in open field running. Witliam played his second team a large part of the game, and it also scored on the Miners. 132 f'?gf'f . X 'A , if X .-41.91, Lzr T.: ix ,A Mfr f R , I f f 1 ai 4 l if J' r L l Q 1 l 1 ,, f f: -ff w5.:,. , L: I Scov11.L12 DICKERMAN STEWART Center Utilily Trzfkle During this game, two bones in Captain Quinlan's right hand were broken, and his chances for playing any of the rest of the season appeared uncertain. Colorado was fortunate in having a man like Chilson who could step into Quinlan's place. Chil- son lacked experience, but proved an accurate passer and a flashy runner. Colorado took a trip to Salt Lake and met the fighting llflormons-the champions of 1922, with their championship team almost intact-a team that is always almost impossible to beat on its home grounds. Chilson stepped into Quinlan's place and ran the team like a veteran. State started down the Held and was not stopped until it was on the Utah three-yard line. The Mormons held, and kicked to safety. Shortly after- wards they intercepted a Colorado pass, and soon had the ball in position for a touch- down. With the ball on Col0rado's eight-yard line, McLez1n was knocked out, carried. off the Held, and Plested was put in his place. The Mormoils hit him before he had a chance to get started, and with two plunges, put the ball over for a touchdown. Colorado immediately staged a comeback and worked the ball down the field to 133 the fifteen-yard line. Quinlan trotted out on the field with his arm in a sling, and pre- pared to place-kick. The ball came back to Chilson, who bent to touch it to the ground, then straightened up and tossed it over the line to Bohn for a touchdown, and the score was tied. ln the second half the Utah men lacked light, and Colorado crossed for another score. ln the fourth quarter, Quinlan kicked a field goal for an extra three points, making the score 17 to 7 in Colorado's favor. State outplayed the lVlormons in every department of the game, and made 25 first downs to their opponents' 9. lf there were any stars for Colorado, they were Loser and Chilson. Loser carried the ball more than all the rest of the backfield, and Chilson, with his accurate passing, generalship, and flashy running, proved himself to be quite capable of filling the quarterback position. A feature of the game occurred in the closing minutes, when Hartshorn returned a kickoff through the entire Utah team for sixty yards, but was caught from behind after he was clear. Witliamls second team went into the game against VVyoming and ran up 20 points to the Cowboys' 3 in the first half. The score remained that until the end. The Aggies were scheduled to meet Colorado on Thanksgiving Day. Qne of the greatest crowds in Colorado football history gathered on Colorado Field at Fort Collins to witness the clash between the two elevens which had not tasted defeat in the conference games played. Colorado was not in the best of condition. A long, hard season had told on the men. Bohn had a broken wrist, lVlcLean had a broken nose, Quinlanls hand was not yet healed, Handy had a sprained ankle, McNary was suffering from sinus trouble, and several of the other men had minor injuries. The Aggies were fresh afterltwo weeks of nothing to do but prepare for championship battle. The Utah game had crippled Colorado. the ln one of the greatest games ever played in this conference, Colorado and Aggies struggled, neither one being able to cross the other's goal line. Each threatened, but failed to put the ball across. ln the first quarter, Colorado took the ball down the field, was stopped on the fifteen-yard line, and Quinlan booted a field goal from the twenty-eight-yard line. In the second quarter the Aggies went down the field to the twenty-yard line, and Houser drop-kicked and tied the score. The Aggies worked down to the three-yard line, but Colorado held, carried the ball out fifteen yards, and kicked to safety. Two intercepted passes caused the Farmers to threaten to score, but Colorado held them. Houser missed three easy chances at drop kicks, and Quinlan missed three more difficult chances to place-kick. lt looked as though the game would end a 3 to 3 tie. With two minutes left to play, Quinlan caught a punt on his twelve-yard line, got past three tacklers at the start, went behind some near-perfect interference, and re- turned the ball to the Aggie twenty-Eve-yard line, where he was stopped by Houser. A cut-back by Quinlan netted eight more yards, and plunges by Hartshorn put the ball on the Aggie three-yard line. The time was drawing close, and Quinlan dropped back to kick. The ball was blocked, Quinlan recovered it, attempted one plunge, and dropped back again to kick. The ball sailed through the bars 45 seconds before the final gun sounded. and brought victory and, for the first time in ten years, the football championship to Colorado. Colorado throughout the season showed itself to be a two-way offensive team. The green men came through, fought hard, and developed into a championship aggre- gation. There were no stars. The team was just one constellation. It worked with a machine-like unison that has seldom been equalled in this conference. Too much praise cannot be given Coaches Witham and Franklin for what they did. Witham main- tained his reputation as the master strategist of the conference. Franklin developed an aggressive and efficient line. 134 FRESHMAN FOCTBALL By Condi C. C. Jolznsorz ln response to the call for Freshman Football, 85 men reported for practice. All were eager to serve their apprenticeship for college football. Head Coach Witham outlined the general plan of the freshman work, making it clear that the only purpose was to aid the Varsity. lt was pointed out that the playing of a schedule of games would be impossible not only because they could not be arranged, but also because it was the intention of the coaches to only have the men drill on fundamentals of foot- ball the same as that of Colorado's Varsity team. The Freshman team was given the plays of every school in the Conference for the purpose of scrimmaging the Varsity every Wednesdayf preceding the games. Because of this use of a different set of plays every week little time was given to perfecting any of their own plays. ln games played the team had an uncertain and ill-timed offense. Three games were played and from the percentage of Wins the season does not show all that we would desire. The team Won from Regis College in Denver 7-0, played Colorado College Freshmen to a scoreless tie, and lost to Aggies Freshmen 18-7. The squad of '27 does not represent quite the wholesale material of the class of '26 and it is doubtful if so great a number of Sophomores will be playing on next year's Varsity as did this year on the championship team. However, there are a number of men who will give a good account of themselvees. The men who look like Varsity calibre are Kingsley, the captain, Sisson, Waite, Blanchard, Parker, Stapp, Younger, Kinney, Carmean, and Kenney. 135 THE GREELEY GAME THE D. U. GAME 136 if5zf3il Basketball CAPTAIN DVVIGHT NICHOLS 137 Jos MILLS Head Coafh C. C. JOHNSON BIANCHARD SHAW Asxistzznt Coafh Manager 1924 BASKETBALL SQUAD l Top: SEARS, SHAW CMgr.j, ATILLS CCoachJ, joIINsoN CAsst. Coaclzj. Maddie: GREEN, BREENE, NIACKINNON, OLR1SfEAD. OuINI.1w, DAVIS, LENNING, M. LIcwIs.BI.ANcI-IARD. Bottom: IHIANDY, JAMES, CIIILSON, CAPT. NICHOLS, WAI.'r1:Rs, DICKEY, XVAITE, S. LEWIS. 138 ,. .gi gf - -.1:a5s w..k , ' 2- ,V -f . -.NU M , vffrfg, " 1. 1:4322 11 - - . 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There were a number of rangy fellows on the football team who looked promisingg and who were due to try for the basketball team-but again casualties ended hopes in this directiong the ones who looked best did not pass sufficient hours to participate further in athletics-so reads the tale. Of last year's squad there returned Captain Dwight Nicholsg Karl Waltersg Chilson, and also a number of candidates who did not make the team last season. There were many candidates for the team-but nearly all were small fellows, who did not have the advantage of reach or height to help them out. This at'once placed the team under a serious handicap. The only possible way to overcome this lack was with speedg and all the season the coaching staff labored to get out of the players their utmost in the way of action. It was apparent in the early games that unless the team developed speed that it would not stand a chance against the larger, and more experi- enced teams. In the early games the team was too inexperienced to play teamwork together-consequently they did not appear to advantage. Two games with Greeley Teachers, an old, experienced team, showed that the University team lacked scoring abilityg their defense was good from the start-but nothing could be done to make them hit the basket when they had an opportunity. The first Conference game with the Aggies was lost 14 to 22, because the team simply could not score on even easy chances. And at this early date they lacked team- work too. The week following the Aggie game saw a complete reversal of form. We met the Miners in Boulder-and never since the schools have been playing has Colo- rado U. so completely swamped the Dynamiters. ln this game Colorado played a swift 139 MM ,fix Raw E as .ei W aw if Q Ni 'ggi Wai.-, 3 V- .ay-' - 3' '-2 .. . L.-fx g - ' ,fl-Q F- 1 3 + ss--1sf?f.':e.r. ' A frE:::aa:, i' if . 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The second game with D. U., played the next night at Denver, saw Colorado well balanced and playing at top speed, and the teamwork, short-passing and defense Were at their best. But again no one was able to hit the basket-as this game progressed C. U. defense grew stronger, and their aggressiveness on offense carried the ball con- stantly within scoring distance of the coveted goal. We'missed shot after shot, and it was only because we had almost continual possession of the ball that we won out. As it was we outshone D. U. completely in everything except ability to hit the mark, and they made good use of their few chances. But it was Colorado's game, fairly won, and Wonderfully played. The game with Montana State was a tough one. Montana, well coached by Ctt Romney, showed great speed and marvelous accuracy on long shots. Colorado excelled on teamwork, and succeeded in passing the ball in close to the goal before shooting. The game, besides being exceptionally fast, saw the least fouling of any game of the season. The hnal score of 19-25 for Colorado gives a fair suggestion of the comparative strength of the teams, though Colorado, as usual, had many more opportunities to score than her opponent-but no one on C. U. had his eye for the basket. Karl Wal- ters registered ten points, the most of any player in the game. 140 WWW 1 ,ak,'Y FT www Q av- W 52' 445 WLUR ig? ,Q ' fi 1 Y 924 , ,,'j, .. " . , 1 ' -1W,k,, , m,,,,j -a 1" . 111, 'arf : ..f'-,aura -y,,f:e.f.' i nf ,2- earn .,4, X , , J' 4f4a-:rmg-.-f,- ,Q ..l-,ffm 1 ,,1.j,42'i'24 rl 1' ., ",'..'z"' - 1 of 'v. . L 'vtiiifw' fz 'I arf 'L i-sf-" ' eg? - fv if .I . 'iii :v:,4qm.'v , . - ft W f fgffjiiiy il " ' ,'7 ' 5'-:Za - ' Q - - . iff i .. f-"V ,M V. . ' 1 'Hg ' 1, . x"4 7. ' .-., L , .V .1,5 ,,: . , , fv . .1 .- 1 wr-sawn.-.fa r A- ,Na gy . ga .121 4, 5, wwe- 1 fr l 1 n 1. lg -a Arid, V iz V 5, ,V 4. fri ,fa:,jz'44"3'- 3 gy- ja- ,, s 3 he aa, 'G V H . 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Karl is a scrapper, a consistent worker, and absolutely reliable. Chilson is play- ing a better game than last season, but has difficulty in finding the basket. Waite, a new man at guard, is developing into a fine guard and promises to add to the strength of future teams. James, the new forward, has been erratic so far. In the Mines game and the D. U. game in Denver he was going good-but in the Aggie game and the first D. U. game he did not loom up like a University player should. Lenning is showing much improvement in this, his final year. Davis was injured against the bleachers and thus has lost his chance to show his true worth. However he was to have started the famous Mines game-and this is proof enough of his ability. At the time this is written it looks as though Colorado will be rated ahead of every other school except Colorado College, which has her usual strong team composed of experienced men who have played many seasons together. So, on paper, Colorado looks to be ahead of all except the C. C. fellows. The Armory, where practice and games are held, has the reputation of being the dirtiest place that ever a basketball team has used. And it is rendered dangerous by the solid circle of rough bleacher seats that are in place throughout the season. These heavy seats crowd upon the floor and make it too small for basketball, and in addition they are a constant menace to the men. There are but few evenings when some player is not injured from colliding with these seats and so far two players have been seriously injured from collisions with them. I-I-l "3 .- HL . fI 12 ' 5? i' X x'5f? g V:' w if-J' - ..,gg. f?sV . i " ' ' V 11,4 .+f':5: xI- 'L .., X W fe :Q VV we .A Q V fx' V ri 4 J, I 4253A 5 K rf . , '35 Q . ,. NI, I : ,' -w s ' .f gag., 2g .. ' Q' ' ' VF' . 9' A s I ,V Q M Ev A Q 59' .I M V 4x A 4 V V4 X ' -Q 7 6 V 5 I Q . . 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Interest began early and developed with each successive meet, until the Conference Meet at Boulder on lVlay 19 called out four thousand persons to witness the struggle. The early season tryouts for Colorado U. showed that there were few letter men left, and that the team could not count on winning in any event. The loss of Willard, Naylor and Muth meant the loss of more than twenty points in the final meet. It 1 e if ,, , .g?', V- - - 'S -. rf 'fri " -Q5 -, - 1 .V , . f-'ins f,.- , 5, 5: , ,, ., ,P ,.., . . X '.L I- . Q. ,V .K .W - . .I H, ' .- ,,., . ' a fi . A I i ' ' ' V ' ' - 1 . ' 't" i' - V A K V - " ,.,,, ' . ..,. ' . 1' -1121 't"' 1 " ' . " ' .1 U K 1 i ' , 1 . -' '-t- V if 1- ' ,' Q. "if 2 : VS -,.:1::2s- - ,I :iw ' A fe: 1wVf":f':,,.,V,- -'f' V . "" ' I f 7' ' 4- z -a . -zz. V w, - 1 - .. .-'.-.vvsw,1:.,- - 1-In .' , Wes'X:z.1.e-ff E . I . -QAVJ . : ,VIV It K A :V , r .Q , , V... a X " f. " ' i . - r ' ' .. V', 1 -f-V .. 1 ,AVAV K, . .V -'V. . if .V s-'V , ' . ...,. Af 1 ' 2 -'-e ' '-'i V - r a - -VV-f ' " "lf"V START or CONFERENCE RELAY-Salisbury remand from the Ieftj 144 ,gQ5f35: 'f A,, A lt . X 1 i . X l g 1.2. ijgfvp i ,Y J ,.bA I . . V., ,- ,mg ----1 . . ,,::qn-'- Pr' N I Q save :.1E.:,,f.3Qe " ' ' -.X X -1 : , my -' 1- -- " .asf ' . xr X V CAPT. CRANDELL C.-XPT. ELECT SALISBURY NICHOLS Holder of Conference Darke: and Relay Dashe: Javelin Renard would seem that this would impose too great a handicap to be overcome by a new track team. , The coach started the men out early, doing condition work and developing them slowly. .But even with this precaution the early tryouts showed little in the way of winning ability. Then too bad weather hampered the work, and altogether the track season looked discouraging. The first meet, triangular with D. U. and Mines, proved a shock to the visiting teams, for Colorado won by a huge majority. The scores were: Colorado 115 l-3 points, Denver University ll, and Mines 4 2-3 points. NICHOLS WINS THE 220 14-Sh - f-we ,, .. . " bas- . ' "1 f "" " ' -1 ., . 4' ' f I . ..... . Q .2-1122 5 ., -r .. "" Lewis BoULToN KEIM Tfwo M1113 Relay Weights and Darke: Interest picked up after this meet. The team however went ahead with its regu- lar hard work. lt said nothing-but dug into the task ahead by working intensively. just before the Conference meet Colorado College came up to show how races should be run. The clash was an interesting one, and the Colorado team showed that it had developed steadily since the early tryouts. C. C. was swamped by a score of: Colorado 85M to C. C.'s LPSW. In this meet Nichols stood out in the Sprints promi- nently. lt had been conceded, by the press, that C. C. would pull down Conference honors with her sprinters, so that Nichols of Colorado gave the Springs folks a setback and a shock by taking both the hundred and the two-twenty dashes. Dunleavy beat both Patterson and Hamilton in the 440, and this was even a greater surprise than the loss of the sprints to C. C. The Conference meet at Boulder on May 19, 1923, will go down in the history of Cxawceu. THROWING THE JAVELIN H6 fx 53:5- ', A .3. A.g. ' 5 K ' fungi, . I r 1.,,.,. Qqmw -' . , X K-N., ' .. . VZ ' . .I , 1 ' , ear, - K' tr " b ff: N . ru- . Y L if N 1 .. .cf 9' : ' l- 5 i ZANONI MARKHAM Hurdles R-elay .wflq 5? 2 33, , . Wifi x ' 1, :5,,, ,-,, 1 L Q fl . , V I '2 1 4 K X 1 ,L f ' -1 - . , l , , V h is M4 :eff Q 2' THOMAS Jlflile Athletics as the greatest track meet the West has ever seen. Ten teams from live states with close to 200 athletes competing gave promise of exciting events that was later fulfilled. Utah U. and Utah Aggies both had exceptional teams. Montana was present with many men of known ability. Colorado was conceded scarcely a fighting chance to Win. Nichols, Salisbury, and Keim won three out of four places in the Hrst, the 100 yard, eventg and thus put Colorado into the scoring column at the very beginning of the meet.' The time was ten Hat-and this after trial events. After that the battle was on in every race. During the afternoon four records were broken, and every event BoULToN T0 SALISBURY ,g WL I r,' 147 X 3" Ii Q K., ' , 5 f f fy f, 1 vw' f .4 :Z 3 fl ox 9 gr ., .hs f f X Q 7 G' f V250 r with 4 '-A , f :Ni ., v.':'a.1, , .w wa. :um ,N wi.. ,L i- .,, . V- :L-ggi . f1"'2,':a.:'Zi , 1 . ' -'gi-,fm-:: 12 ' . 2:'g.4i?givJ , WN, ,, . 1: -. ff seas.. slisii Z1-1.312 '57- My S - Vi'-in 2.-:I f . f- f . .- ,rf Ei, :Ei F , zgf " .rf 1,2 f Q ' tan' HV OLDENBURG LENGER DAVIS High Jump, Broad Jump, 220 Half Mile Pole Vault was hotly contested. The performances were all well up toward record achievements. The crowd became wildly excited as first one, and then another team added points. Crandell of Colorado broke the javelin throw recordg Platt of D. U. broke the discus recordg and Webster of Utah Aggies raised the height for polevault-then Wat- kins of Utah U. stretched out the broad jump distance. In final event, relay, Colorado came close to Conference record. ' I The "Silver and Goldn in reporting the meet stated: "The speedy Colorado relay team added the points necessary for a win when it ZANONI AND JOHNSON LEAD ,., ,y i 148 hi M C ,C wiv N54 T J 4 V va Q . .:qA,, x K A ....,, .x-Q2y,xfA,,r-i X ' Y PATTEN BRANDON DUNLEAVY Half Mile Tfwo Ilflile 440 Won by a foot from the Utah Aggies in the most thrilling race ever run on Colomdo fieldf, This tells the story of how the meet was won. When points were needed the U. of C. men went out and got them-they would not be defeated. The scores of the leading teams in the meet were as follows: Colorado 39 points. Utah U. 32 points. Utah Aggies 36 points. Montana 2732 points. DUNLEAVY BEATS PATTERSON OF C. 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' - " ,sf' ,f:j, GP: 'feirw in y V, ..,:g:: mv M. , 2 j V h we - 4:1-., Q' "i ', 5 L '::E'.j.5fE51l ., R, ' 'V , 2' - :1.. , - K.-ww 1 , 1 ix 1 zisffs-f'f1-1 .1 I 4 ' V , fdj Vl21j5:'yE::f.2Ql 5-1 l 2 1, K, 4:553 6 ea .Y l:,,.Z. f f- : ,. 6:21 '- I ,311 1.15, -:- ,mm , , , . .1 ,,. w:-,fm .,,,L, , V V, ,1.,. M.. LEWIS Jafuelin T-wo Mile 150 Coon Relay Baseball CAPTAIN IRVING MORRIS 151 ! 1 MYRON WITHAM Head Coach C, C. JOHNSON WILLIAM GRIESMER Axxixtant Coarh Manager 152 0 f. s' "' 2 'HZJ7' 7? lx. 1 . . i , 1 lkffiv' 1 34 N WW :ff 1 f fl ..v , ,I .I ' . X- f' ' . V :- I mu,-1 , ' ,f 'f53,,, X bg' gt: ,f we , ' . J' 4 9,3 tg .we x' 'gig ' , Pm iv gi gi 'v ' E if 7 K 1 l.1: A Carer. Moluus CAPT. ELECT WALTERS Third Base Center Field .411-Ca nferenre 1922-23 Baseball, 1 915 By Conch lfzifillllll The Silver and Gold began its practice games with Boulder Prep on April 9th, Winning 8 to l, the varsity pitchers having been held down to straight pitching. At this stage of the season in the team's batting practice, they had difliculty in solving the curve pitching of Crosswhite of Prep until the latter innings of the game. Cn April 16th the varsity met defeat at the hands of the Teachers' College at Greeley with a score of 9-4. Stupid base running, failure to hit with men on bases, and poor control in the pitching of Martin and Gregg showed plainly which weak- nesses of the team would have to be corrected. Un April 23rd Varsity opened its Conference season by winning from Colorado College 10-8 in ten innings of indifferent baseball. Four pitchers, Maley, Berger, Noll, and Healey worked for the varsity in an endeavor to determine some real pitch- ing ability but with rather discouraging results. The Tigers made 14 hits, six of which were for extra bases. McAllister starting for the Tigers was relieved by Loutham in the 4th inning and the latter's slow ball baffled the Varsity batters until the tenth inning when Sheldon put two scores across by a clean hit over second. Harvey, Colorado College catcher, made the Varsity base runners look bad on the bases. He caught Fisher asleep on third and later McGovern on second. A costly error by Quinlan in the 4th inning presented the Tigers with four unearned runs. The feature play of the 153 7 xi g N. " 2 in ws -. 'Q , F ife A- f -i 3.12 I l 159- I Q 2 '-325. tr' lcv ' , -Q Qfi:1'-'- 3 ., 12 + ' 4 t. ., j ,, ,a , '1' .- W ffl - A agtf ge -,aa. f,f, ' ..f .1 ? rs 1 Silk' 1,5 . 2593. 'ff il'-'is V. C ' al..5S..f i . , . M z ft fcvviskif , . . ..f ,Q l iaiz ' f'-i tll' 'E f x . gf I. QUINLAN First Base SHELDON Left Field All-Conference 1923 KINNEY Shoristop game came in the tenth inning when McDougal drove a long hit to right center, where it was caught by Walters, who made a fast return to Kinney and from there the ball was relayed to McGovern catching the runner out at the plate. By the close score of 5 to 4 Denver University won from Colorado on April 30th. There was improvementin the pitching of Healy who allowed only nine scattered hits, but the costly infielderrors of Kinney, gave D. U. their five runs. McGovern, catch- ing for varsity, suffered Va broken finger but was relieved in 'a very capable manner by Snider. Jim Quinlan doubled to deep center in the first of the 9th scoring Fisher and Walters and tying the score of the game. In Denver's half an error by Kinney allowed the Parsons to make the winning score. Playing an errorless fielding game and connecting for 13 hits, the Silver and Gold won from the School of Mines, May 5th, at Boulder. The game was a slugfest and the score 18 to 13. Mines hit the offerings of the University pitchers freely, but never overcame the 5 run lead which the Varsity gained in the first inning. Four homeruns were made by Healey, of Varsity, and Slaughter, Sardere, and Clothier of Mines. lneligibility, or rather the supposed ineligibility due to misunderstanding of the rulings, took six men from the line-up immediately preceding the return game with the Teachers' College and contributed toward a humiliating defeat 8 to 2. This game was played on May 8th and on the following Wednesdayf the Varsity gave Regis, at Regis, a beating by a one-sided score. Friday of the same week the Tigers were able to take advantage of the Varsity weakness from ineligibility and won 9 to 7. Marschner., Martin, Berger and Maley took the mound for Colorado but all were ineffective. The 154- - V nv vi' ' 4 if NNN, 0, .-I 'kwa ff at K ga X . ,,.. ., t , ,V A 'N fr iv V A f, '17 it ' . t ,Q eg fl FJ t ,2 5,1 1 -. , .,. 3, Q ,g if fi .Z l , X-f Ai Vit Qahzifl sri? 'f'i?5'f'Ef 5 vig e ' .mr Q. 'PU ,a.,g. - me A-.f ,1 ,fir ...tm .- N ,f -.X . ' A f- N- ig, ' a gp AI., N5 31 A. QUINLAN SNYDER MCGOVERN Second Bare Calther Catcher Varsity took the lead in the eighth by bunching Eve runs but lost this lead in the Tigers' part of the ninth on account of Berger's inability to locate the plate. Despite a week of three games during which time six men had been ineligible, the Silver and Gold made another bid for the championship on May 18th. VVith the regulars back in the lineup the team Won a thrilling contest from D. U. by the close score of 6 to 5. Marschner started in the box and did Well but was poorly supported. In the fourth inning he was relieved by Rapalje who was well supported in the field by errorless ball. Kinney and Quinlan were the fielding stars, the former handling nine chances and the latter eight, without an error. Sheldon, Walters, and Maley hit timely, Sheldon boosting his average to .524-, the highest in the conference. The final game of the season and one which would decide the championship was played at Fort Collins June lst. Walters was out of the game with a badly sprained ankle and Jim Quinlan was declared ineligible. Both factors crippled the Colorado team. After a hard fought and close struggle the Aggies emerged with 8 tallies to 7 for the Silver and Gold. The outstanding feature of the 1923 team was its hitting strength. Sheldon led the Conference with 0585, Art Quinlan, Jim Quinlan, and Snider Hnished over 0.400, and Nlaley, Healey, Walters, and Morris Well over 0.300 This hitting ability with a little fair pitching would have easily landed the championship, but lack of dependable pitchers and the ineligibility at critical games hurt what was otherwise a very creditable team and marred their record. 155 1 Lvwgw ,f 4 me gm' g. ii N.- A fr 1: 91 "ZZ cr" , is 1. ., . -yqgfsv V Sri- s g fig? ' I f. ,QW vf .fe , r ,:s,75q,p '25, -xg 5.4 sr V A I X fl fv " 4 1 -S , ' . .,-, 7-.V 'signs S - xv gb., Q 1 ' S gs ,I s sg fu f 4 SA. ,-.NM-+-sf m A Q1 '- ' KRLW . ..: , f, f, A .l ,. Qui' ' jx , ss... Ag., W. ,.,., . ,.,. ,U H Y if : M, I A S JI y if i h E5 N... ...mp .Q --154 F1 :.af:w . . Q.-N -sa .eu 2 1-ug - 1 g- s.. ' -q.. I s .5-22 qw, ,J ,Q . x"' ff .1-,ayqzp -....-- 2 1 ' li ,.,, 1 .,.,. . ., Q . ' ..!.P . . ..,, 1 . , . MARSCHNER Pitrfler FISHER Right Field RECORD OF GAMES April 14N-Greeley, at Greeley ...,..,.........., ,,........,,...,.,................. G reeley April 21-Colorado College, at Colorado Springs ......,.,.,. C. C. April 25-Regis College, at Boulder .........,..,........,...,......... ....... R egis 7 April 28-Denver University, at Denver ,......... ......... D . U. 5 May 3-W5foming, at Boulder ',....... ...........,....,..., .w........ W y o. 6 lllay 5-Mines, at Boulder .....,.,...................,..... .,.,..,. M ines 13 May 12-Colorado College, at Boulder ,.....,. ..,.,...., C . C. 9 May' Z6-Aggies, at Boulder .............,,.....,... June 1-Aggies, at Fort Collins ........ ewfraio 156 Aggies Aggies MALEY Pitcher 9-C. U. 2 8-C. U. 10 -C. U. 17 -C. U. 4 -C. U. 14 -C. U. 18 -C. U. 7 4-C. U. 5 6-C. U. 4 I. -.. -9-.. .rgw gl Y54iw'fK N ,.-A H595 if ' 'Riff' :' . - fam- W- 'fe- :M -M QD ,ea 5 Q- , M 1 K X CAPTAIN THOMAS MCGLASHEN Wrestling CAPT. Boxing and Wrestling BEN D1cKsoN Boxzng 1 'f X .1 , , 1 1 7,1 ,, .. . A 4- .31 .. .1 fm- 1.14 .- 5. 1.--.-xA.-,y.f.,m:::f...,.-f.J. A- an EARL MCKELVEY Ilflarzager DONALD KILTON WALTER B. FRANKLIN Ifffrestling Conrh Boxing Coach WRESTLING SQUAD PETERSON, I'IOWER'l'ON. P1-11L1.1Ps. Coxxcu KILTQN, KEIM. SUNDLRLUND, NVESTLUND, BERNINGER, CUNNELL, I'IAWTHORNE, CAPT. B'ICGLASFIEN. 153 ffitf--. '-1w:'f-- -afgxfuffg - 3 ffm . . ' 'T -- 15532, ' 11-1g........ .4 ! 1 l1 7 ,fyQ+1-'Af f l M f 4,- 'T ' ff '--'- 4-1, F -15::qfT! 5 W1 , ,- M 'n:3'f1'5r' ' "7" :-n v r-' W ""'f I Q.. g.-Qpg. J' x....'..:,5,. L- ' , ' mfg -vgvwfw M41-V ,ry f o. 'iff A.',3,.,E. . L1 ,, 35,412 ii I5 -a - ,1-g kffvl 'HHN ' , P Q l, ' o o 9' . 14 'fi N354 . SSA--g. 23: .vw T'- , 1'- 1 ,' ?...., V , f A., -I A,,:.. My- . ,V ,..,,:. .. . . , vw.. W. V , 'J I A . , ., Y Mfr I ,. Q, ,. Q X ,- lr W .4 is P 1 A 2 Lf me , X QQ, ' A w6 'M YN fx , ,f tg- ,wa--3g,,,M ., fiw fg oy,-' . .' , , -,,. ., ,1 . VM., 's w t ' sw ' ' Mya' .r K7 rf , x " A 'L -1 a . V ,N W g m M fan Q. , 4 .H f. XJ ' 6 . iii' Q , ' 1 ,, x ,nf ,,. Alf ' og -xx - 5 :B -. 3 f .-.EAA Z . A . 1 Q, DEWEY MINNA 125 pound Boxing 158 pound Boxing i'J2?mff ' Y f,,Q. v ' wgzw Y ,, V o 3' , ff ' P X A Q , 3? , A 1 M, -. ,. M W -mv J -Qggfwzi, lo, " -' ,121-fftff ,- in , ,W :ez , 1 Y- fw' 7 swf 10 'JK M0 A W-oanv, M A f ,M , ?'Z,.f ' ' of M W, ,, Z r STEVENS 'ww 6995, I Aff WWW, Q, Q 4 ff 4:4 W, Ai' E 'kfx.zf,y' 2276 fe 6 4 'K W W1 f , ,G 41 Wxwdf ff iw f-mfg 'WK' M ,, 0 , - f. 4?-f?1i..1'z . MT AW' JF' LMI' ,. Z.. .M -, zj ag., 53,14-.v..JAZf --" W' as:',. m- ' - ", ov! '51'15'21fa..'Zkbiz:Q' ' "" ., .1-,:,f-35534-Z' " i ff ,1 "' ' . ',l . ::o9?.",la:: .:. 4 ' 5 Z Lg x, 1 . 'F 1 ' , X . Hea-vyfweight I Top: REED, Dickson, COACH FRANKLIN, STEVENS, IVIINNA. Bottom: Foshan, PETERSON, DAVIS, Dxzwxsy, Zokmmccsn, Dnscu. 1 - L 1 159 -L - CON NELL HAWTHORNE .QQXX-Q-r .'.XX.. . X., .. ,, . . . X X .x,.. , MA N 5 ,. . Y. Qi-.-:.X,:,w.,-,.-.N,X: ,.-:QM p.X..,g,. V w .- . .. . ,. , ,,. .,,,,. WW Erma,-Q-: 5' X- 1 Xx:g:gg,,gA2 em-V .RA . Sym H.--.AX ,X I .-, N me ,X ff: Qs' I X we Q Q MQ I X Q 5 6 XA 'X QX X P18 X ix 1 X X , Q X be X f 'XXX ., xx 3 A , Xi Xi :I X X X 3 XX QF X X s e , xx XX X , W X H f S a z X X ,SQ X 4 X ,, 2 KX x , Xa U 4 I 2, X gg i X 'X 2 vqk N x 39 X ' l Q XS' 1 ,SX M, wk 'Xa X? f 3 s N lg 7 Q 1 NX Q -'?2w"-2'-2-2-'Q-ws,-:''-:wir-Rai.. 'tI:,x55:P?W5-:P1'5.- X QS Mu l 3, is 'x "' x , X , X A NN X N N X N v X6 Q SX. X f X 1 2 xg , X X ! X x K sg X AFM W V 4, 1 X 1 1. B ERNINGER 125 pound Wrestling 135 pound Wrestling 145 pound-Wrestling x ' f ' WESTLUND SUNDERLUND 158 pound Wrestling 175 pound Wrestling ,xr K X K 5 cv . 1w?ff,:,:,p-'-Q: B +1 W. . X. W. 2 . Hx .Y - do K X of N WX 3' cm W WWWQY' "iii X, X MX,-,XX A are ,X. X,xX3,,N,,,, ,, Xf,X4 X U 2 ,ni X :EW 5, X XXQEQQSX X www. " vm XX X4 W "W'f5i'g X wr M M vw myw, X: ,QXXX Em'4E,Q9 1 r'5""afXX if A 1, 'X V94 xiifgw M sm N 5 ow: Mitra WXXAQ MX lvl? X fyx wo XXWXAQE f male' ,3 Q' X i I ,, ,X .f XX , I N- ly AX M.-:--if-ww -f,:x-Wx?-Ag -. 1' 'x -wx" ,.Xf,..e,f, Ly lk,v-'Air--:av:X-Jn X-,L :ix , ahqmi ny' 4-f.:-'-Vw? .519-:':'-52 " . .Sri-X .--"' ' 054' Q51-1-':r' Q N X - X 22-QL1: t5S2'3"l Y"E 431 ,wiv-,-,X M .,X, X Aw-X. 5 , xr-' sc+.,, w-4s:.,.- .,:FffX:ef, - . rm Qm::ze.:-:,m5"'I .f.,Q.m.::,-1::a::f ewzfiifu .. X-'vm :ss 'fi' W :gym X , 1 .,, X Q, ., M + f Q Q A ,H fu X JN 'e 5 f ?, X wr Q Af W . 'X 'NSF , ,M .SA vb KEIM Heafuyl-weight I, w 160 if if -. 7 -- sf f f j ,ff fy, . 955 , . , 3 - -H .-aff' .g ..- mu I .ggi , -4 -N A .-I I Saw .' 1 2 - ,Va , .,.... , A 1 ,, .Q,.,, , ,, 2 CAPTMN CORNELL Coupes Tennis THE 1923 TENNIS SEASON By Dudley Cornell T n ac in school. These were Dudley Cornell, captaing Howard Cordes, ex-captain, and Frank Bobier. By means of an All-University tournament new m t ' 1 1 f a eria was discovered, and when the first Conference meet arrived the t eam was composed of the following men playing in the order named: Cordes, Cornell, Bobier Custer Reed and Smith The first meet was held with School of Mines, on the Varsity courts, Saturday, April 30. In this meet Colorado gained an overwhelming victory by winning every match. The score of the meet was 7 to 0. The individual scores follow: Cordes, Colorado, defeated Carpenter, Mines-6-2, 6-2. Cornell, Colorado CCapt.D defeated Withers, Mines-6-2, 6-3. Custer, Colorado, defeated Beck, Mines-8-6, 6-4. Reed, Colorado, defeated Mahood, Mines-7-5, 6-2. Smith, Colorado, defeated Wolff, Mines-6-2 6-1 I h d n t e oubles matches Cordes and Bobier won over Carpenter d B h 1 an eclc 6-3, 9-73 w ile Cornell and Custer defeated Withers and Mahood 6-2, 6-4. he 1923 Tennis season opened with three letterme b k ' 161 ' Z, ,gif l 4 .fx , , f- ri-Q ff K . ., - r , we -9, :, af -1.41: as. . gg-.Q- ,', :sr . ' Q . - qs- V .Q . , . 1.-A 51 . , 113- 3:35552 irq, g,, . , . ,bu V K 4 4 1. .f in ' .1 y 12.1-.1-rf ,1,a:a1--we x..-'e.f-:awe1e1'.:Km wa s , ,,s:-:-12,-1.21 11,-265 f . - ' L P .- W V .- Y - .. ' ,,,, -1 "M L' ' ,., ,.-a ?fii1'hfq, 1 A if-1: 'X 'fl if f 717-'T F5 .si Eff? . .il-- -. Bomi-:R BAKER The playing of the other Conference dual meets was prevented by the rains which seemed to come at the end of every week, just in time to spoil the Varsity courts for Saturday play. The next meet was the Conference meet on the Colorado Varsity courts when seven schools of the Conference sent their best men to compete in the largest tennis tournament ever held in the Rocky Mountain Conference. The schools entered were Colorado College, Denver University, School of Mines, Utah Aggies, Brigham Young University, Wyoming University, and University of Colorado. ln the first round of the tournament Colorado came through in good shape with Cornell and Cordes both winning their singles matches and Cordes and Custer win- ning their doubles matches. In the second round, however, both Colorado men were eliminated. Cordes was beaten by Dixon of B. Y. U. 3-6, 6-4, 10-85 and Cornell lost to Howell of Utah Aggies 6-3, 4-6, 8-6. The defeat of Howard Cordes by the Utah player was a shock to Colorado dopesters who had expected him to be one of the final- ists in the meet. Jack Phelps of Denver University came through the other brackets and met Dixon, B. Y. U., in the finals. This was one of the hardest fought games ever seen in a Conference meet and Phelps won only after four close sets, 6-2, 6-4, 6-8, 6-4. Thus Denver University won the singles championship of the Conference. In the doubles the two unbeaten Utah Aggies teams played each other giving the doubles championship to that school. Unusually keen 'interest was displayed in the games, especially the Conference meet, and had the weather been more favorable there is no doubt but that the season would have been more successful for the Silver and Gold. 162 Golf By Earl Loser The Spring of 1923 marked the third year of college golf teams in the Rocky Mountaiii Conference. The call for golf players was made the middle of April by Coach Francis Keck. A number of men tried out and after several hard fought matches the following team was picked: Harvey Carpenter, Hrst many Henry Lindsley, secondg Earl Loser, third, and Meredith Bromheld, fourth. Two practice matches were played, one with Mines and the other with Colorado College. Both matches were played in Boulder. There was an additional school in the conference this year-Denver University. Aggies were unable to have a team again, but had a strong team the year before. The Conference match was held on the Broadmoor course in Colorado Springs with entries from Colorado University, Mines, Colorado College, and Denver Uni- versity. There were over 5400.00 worth of prizes, including silver cups, sweaters, golf clubs, and golf balls. Prizes were given for the best putter, driver, and approacher, and a fine cup was given to the man making the lowest score on the course. This cup was won by Jones, of lVIines, whose playing ability will equal that of any amateur in the state. The tournament lasted two days with most of the teams on hand the day before in order to get acquainted with the course. The first day was a thirty-six hole play for the best medal score. This was only for individual prizes and did not count for any school. The second day was the one of chief interest. The men of the different classes of each school were matched against each other and played thirty-six hole matches. At the end of the day the scores were determined and Mines was awarded hrst- place honorsg Colorado College, second, University of Colorado, thirdg and Denver University, fourth. The prizes for the different events were well distributed among the different schools. All the members of The University of Colorado's 1923 team will return for the 1924 season. iqgx . ,' 4- . XX- ,X lxxixkipyn 163 Top: SCHMEP., HOWARD, STEVENS, LARSQN, BEBB. Bottom: Gnovrzxz, HAHN, BOWIE. Lz1mbdaiChi Alpha INTRA-MURAL TRACK CHAMPIONS IG4 Top: BELLINCER, WAUG1-1, FULLER. .Middlss SAUVE, HENRY, P1:x1'oN. Bottom: PATTEN, BTARTIN, SHARPE, Pi Kappa Alpha INTRA-MURAL BASEBALL CHAMPIONS 165 Top: HEALX', PETERSON, MESSER. Serond: GREEN, SMITH. Bottom: YOUNG, MATHERS, DICKEX' ALPHA TAU OMEGA Cfntra-flfzzral Basketball Chmnpionsj 166 Associated Students of Universlty EDWARD KNEALE FRANK FINK CHARLES PILCHARD WILLIAM STOCKOVER HERMAN GIESE of Colorado ATHLETIC MANAGERS STAFF MANAGER OF FOOTBALL EDVVARD E. MONTGOMERY ASSISTANT MANAGERS WVILLIS BON NEY FRESHMEN ASSISTANTS G. G. GALLIGAN J. E. BROWN R. J. MCQUARIE ALEXANDER BUCKMAN JOSEPH MARSH T. B. HOUSTON ,A. VONDAMM MANAGER OF BASKETBALL V BLANCHARD G. SHAW ASSISTANTS RALPH CHLANDA M. R. EDVVARDS L. F. KIELSMEIER 167 COLORADO SCORES AGAXN QUINLAN PASSES I-v.1g+g555.,'3-L, 168 Activities 1 X W N iw! Q13 J I X , v ,V X . , I x ff Sb -Aka 4? 169 I' ROBERT J. PLEUS CLARE SMALL The Associated Students of the C University. of Colorado ROBERT I. PLEUS ROBERT J. PLEUS ......... ....,....... . .. VIRGINIA CORLETT ........., . CORNELIA SAMPLINER ....... . DUDLEY CORNELL ..........,. . KARL WALTERS ...I...,. . RALPH BOULTON ...,.......... . SHELDON SPANGLER ......,.. FRANK WOLCOTT C. B. GooDYKooNTz W. C. HUNTINGTON G. F. REYNOLDS C. C. GLICK I 1 .....,..Pre:idenZ Commixsioner Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner Commissioner ...............IMdTJhdl LAWRENCE STUBBS .,.................,,..........., fPer,von fmt named is chalrmanj Financial Board F. B. FOLSOM Publications Board R. L. CROSSMAN ROBERT J. PLEUS Dramatic Board ROBERT J. PLEUS CORNELIA SAMPLINER DUDLEY CORNELL VIRGINIA CORLETT CORNELIA SAMPLINER SHELIJON SPANGLER FRANIQLIN, SPANGIIER, Bouxfrox, NVALTERS 170 C. HENRY SMITH FRANK WOLCOTT JOHN S. McLUcAs WM. R. ARTHUR FFS. FOLSOM BRYANT SMITH CLARE SMALL IRENE MCKEEHAN ROBERT J. PLEUS DUDLEY CORNELL CARL WALTERS RALPH BOULTON SHELDON SPANGLER- CORNELL, SARIPLINER, CORLIQTT, STunns. A. S. U. . Camp Board R. C. LEWIS ROBERT J. PLEUS Debatiny Board EDWARD T. RAMSDELL ROBERT J. PLEUS .Hthletic Board DR. KENNEDY ROBERT J. PLEUS Wome1z's Athletic Board DORIS, WARDNER VIRGINIA CORLETT General Board VIRGINIA CORLIETT CORNELIA SAMPLINER LAWRENCQE STUBBS F. 'G.AFoLsoM 171 IVAN ALLRED HARRY VARs DUDLEY CORNELL SHELDON SPANGLER KARL WALTERS RALPH BOULTON CORNELIA SAMPLINER fO1'lC to be appointedj CLARE SMALL C. B1 GOODYKOONTZ FRANK WOLCOTT HAZEN KENDRICKS JOHN .S. MCLUCAS - A fi'g1?gLffAgS2'2lf+z RETITSLQ s,f1i?flg,. Women's Self Government Association SENATE 172 XIOORHIES, CLAYTON, HOBSON, SCHAEFER. A. WILDY, DowNI-JY, PI-IILLIPS, XVEDDING. ORD, T oMAs, MORRIS, BAKER. DALY TULLY, LYNN, JAMES. WALTERS, VANDER LAS, BAILOR, PIERSON. Women'S Se1fGovemmem Association HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 173 j . fn I , UBLI ATIONS 3 1 f 'W X if ww ? 'hm 55!Q?":ZJz .xxs igx .-i L. "-' -Cavs 4 il af J 3,5319-Q24 X r ffl 1 y Q X . N f E X Q i I I M X fxX X! .Sb WMI fg.N....N I C .1 'wx J X27 if . 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'E - Qs I Q 1 - - FF- iii' 7 A g ' wr- 2 ' 'vin 51- . Q-. X, X 4 Qu .. Af- ,1 5 Q g -f . , . V, 1 '-vs:-M ,L 1. -.L N .72 , , - JX- .' '. 'Z' Y- '3 L .-..,i 'X ' 0 L ."a" ' '- Q X: , A .:-..,f....-w ' - 4 , H..-.. .X .V 6--, f . aff- -rw'-' r fr- A -ng, 175 The CO1O1:AadOar1 MANAGERIAL STAFF ' OFFICE FRANK E. WELLES QMgr.D JOHN CAMEIER RICHARD E. ADAMS I ! CIRCULATION GORDON WALTERS fMgr.D EUGENE BECKSTROM ULWIN PORTER KENNETH DOOLEY CLAIRE HUGHES ADVERTISING Local RADER HAWORTH MELVILLE BITNER FRED METCALE Denfver COLIN A. SMITH CLAIRE HENDERSON J. E. FOLEY VERNE WARRINER JOHN R. ADAMS Foreign Buxzness Manager , LIONEL FISHER CO-ED ASSISTANTS ELEANOR DALY MATTIE BELL LAURA LOUISE WARREN HELEN WEDDLE BLACKBURN, SCHAAP, BELL, FOLEY. 176 Coloradoan EDITORIAL STAFF M. EVRY BLAcKDUR:: ,......,.,. ...... ,..,... A . Imran: Erlftor VVILLENA PORTER ..... .,.,..,.,... A ri Edin-ess ALICE SCI-:AAP ,,,. ..,,.... W0men'5 Editor DONALD CRoUcH ...... ...,,.. A Ihleiir Edimr RoY HEcox ...,....., ....... F eature Editor LESLIE MILES ..,.,...., .,..,.., D ramalic Editor KENNETH MEAD .,..... ....... Pfzofograplzrr CHARLES VVALKER ...... ..,,,... P holograplzer flrl' Sfaff MINNIE M. HERZER FRED BARNARD 'WILLIAM P. HERZER DoLoREs ZEMKE MARJORIE MCCUTCHEON SIDNEY MORITZ, JR. Editor Office Klssisfazzfs OSCAR BLADE EARL ROWE PAULINE CLAYTON PAUL CONWAY MARGARET SHAFFER Ckoucu, PoR'rI:R, DALY, BfIEAD, 177 THE STAFF Coloradoan WALTERS, FISHER, Hscox, NIILES. 178 Wlllllllllllllillllillllllllllmllllllllllllllllllllllllli I 4 I liff H mi I IIIIWIDIIIIB I' HW!!! A L ' 'L CM E QQKDDU QI I 4 Q 'S llllll!lXXllllllN I M13 QIEWU ' I f7fi fl Ifffff K Q K j , L V Ig L I QERACE MCCRIMMON ....,.,,.. ....,... W ameri: Ediior WILLIAM B. NEELEY ......,,,. ......,,... S port Writer CHARLES HAINES ..,.,....... .......... S port Writer BURDINE ECKE ...., ,,....... S oviefy Editor MANAGERIAL CLIFFORD C. KEITH .......,............ Businexx Manager JOHN B. VALENTINE..H.r.viJtant Bzzsinexs Blzznayer' 179 XVELLS, KEITH Hump 1-Ixus Y, WILLIAMS SILVER AND GOLD 180 n 1 ,, w E Q , I 4 ffli x 'l I 2 tl W lfge Q.. 5 V.. ' 5 5 3 1 5,5 3114 ILL. 5333 f 5' QM? 1 F333 Sli!! UUE L- ii? 5 E HE ff-H EFKQ1 fig! Ewa ii if 5 E 5313 EU 5 E, f I-IELMER, NIcCRlMMoN BARNARD, BUCKLES 3"FZf: gf? SILVER AND GQLD W ' X I iff P, ...W V r TT.. - ...- W f. -74 ' Q . . k....,.,..,.,, A 181 Em-cz, WALLACE NEETLEY VALENTINE, HAINES SILVER AND GOLD 182 IJ 712 fhqnm OA Q2 ' . Order of the Scroll VIRGINIA CORLETT ROY HEcoX COLIN B. GOODYKOONTZ HONORARY SOCIETY OF MEMBERS OF STAFFS OF THE SILVER AND GOLD WHO HAVE DISPLAYED UNUSUAL ABILITY AND INTEREST IN THEIR VVORK. Founded 1907-OS fllembers in School VVALTER HUMPHREY FRANK MAYEORN ME7IlbFfS in Faculty 183 HARRY WELLS CHARLES WII,I.IAMS LUCILLE STUBBS 1 1 1 '1 1 1 f 5 1 - 1 11 A 11 1' 1 11 ff- 1 1 1 11 ,Q . X 1. 1 4 T171 1 1 1 1 .11 5 .1 1' 111 X1 1'1' I 11 Ln 1 5-1 1 1, . :1 1, 1,1 1, 1 lf H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 W , 1 , . 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BURKE KATHRYN SCHAEFER VERA BRYCE WILDA CRISPELLE ALBERT L. MURPHY ISADEL VAN METER JOSEPH J. MARSH 185 Bmw Fecuuv Aovmserz Q. gf Y W f 4 5 4 ' SW" 1 M, , W 4' 45831 V ev ,v H fn ' f 4 1 7, 2 1 5 , N .,.. 2 . 9 ,sig -1: 1, X K J ff 41 4 I ' 4, 44 ,gy , 3 V 5 N 71, sz ff' M 'X if in '4.,zv.Q 4:1 B555 Qrzf EDATQQ, Suvmsom EDxTor2. i,.? Wg COLORADO ENGINEER Q- 29 F x an M 3 fry qfqvgwa I-,ga:g6JLJ3fA mcwERSIT1'f'OF COLORADO NOVEMBER V .,,..l....1.......-----. ,'1f'f,, :2:,,.:. 1 In - ' af ' -2' 'E-5:-Z'i'f55 -. fig'-2-"f,. fffytzf '2 .:. s-4-:-:zp31':::4..fi.-1:1421 -ff AL v . hp- BAILEY Assocmre Honore Cmzrwmem' E As515vAN'rEn1ToR BEALL. Qucumaos Boo NE E ALUMNI Eomfoa Os2oANxzATuoN5 Eovrorz , EAIHLETIQ ED1TQx2g..g'jVE'i 186 Du VALL FACULTY Auvxsex-L G was E I CIRCULATION MANAGER Cm. LO vv Cmcux.A1fsoN HOWARD MAN AG ER. YM' COLORADO ENGINEER 2 W 'fs ,xim 15 l1XIXERSITY'OF COLORAD O LXYI ,XRY I Y 4 E...-3 KxEm.5M El ER A-asm Aovzrzrxsme Man.. Awozxaso N Aove-mnsmlc NXANAGEP. M 11. LER Assf. Cuecux.A'r1oN MGR Hovvefavom Cw.cm.AT som 187 The Colorado Alumnus 21 magazine published monthly from November to June inclusive by the Associated Alumni of the University. 1548 Members 4204 Graduates 24,000 Former 'Students ASSOCIATED ALUMNI ' JOHN H, FRY, '05 ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,.,,... President TODD C. STORER, '13 .i.,,,,.., ,.,...,......... I 'ire-President RALPH L. CROSMAN ..,,...,,......Y.,.,,... Secretary-Treaxurer WILLIAM VV. GAUNT, '24 ....,........... Assistzmt Secretary EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEMEN STANLEY T. WALLBANK, '18 BERNARD J. SEEMAN, '17 ROBERT MUTH, '22 188 1-,, I-f l ' " es- fff' Vg Mi-Ixg f ,JM V V .. ff' X V ,flrxri 4 ' f 4' Y ' if AINU3 'SEX Lx 1 f433 3 W X X-fiwzi X X f vpyf K fv M f Wg M 2522 1 Z ,mx x 'fffw WVX W, CM X I 1 iffy -FZ ZW Q51 S fb W J, UxWf9j I ZW I G4 ,N x 1 X xx X 7 if '55 QE? JA 1 ZZfX x s 'ig' Q J' f X T5 X X " , " E U3 i x i J? ,lim JN W!! UWB X MPS E WA -:-12-2:-fix L Ag A-Q QE N- 1,2-:ni XZ? 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QkEf,,'. xi - ,Jig ., , f 7 4 4 -' N ,J-fi-fy Q1 - 4 "N'K- M - f I ' N J -"Ti, w-- - 1 X f X7 f 1111?-F 142, ,Mak 2?lN1Lf.t.JNN 189 S Gf 11 1 'N 1 ' N lx, . N 3.1 si"" z S X-.14 1 Q'- R, 1 V 1 wi N M11 uf, M13 111, R 1 1 1 1 1 1 fi 2 1' X 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ,,1.11 1 1 .MN .jI' 1 N I 1 11, I W w 'N 131.-1 1 1, 4 A, 'Ns .M , 1 11 ill f1I 1 11 N 1 Wm y , ' 1 J, , 1 1 IV 1 1 5151 ,f"lf 1 1 ..N 1 . W 190 1 1 1 I ' 1 J 1 i , 1 1 1 1 11 1 Ff1 1 1.' JY 1 1 1 FV , X 1,1 S931 -251 5 1' 31 Q 1 1 1.1 11 ' V ,------ ---H 191 1923 MAY FETE 192 The Players Club 'IYOU NEVER CAN TELL" 193 I -mic, f U Ha.. .24-43359 ,f MA STVUUS- KIRKPATRICK HALL. INTORSE, Slunxznnk, TIATFIELD Dmuuz Boosters Vaudeville DAVIS, SAMPLINIZR Ecrcn, Conn 19+ BOOSTERS ALL-MEN'S OPERETTA 195 University Band E. TENNANT KOEHLER DAVIS ASHTON Drum Mayor SCOTT WOODCOCK HIRSH A. T. HENRY KNAUS LAWRHNSON T1-Ombones Director Barnones HUSTON VAUGHN M' B. INMAN KLOCKENTEGER Saxophones CLARK INMAN BROWN P Manager' - AULLIN Clarmers ZABRISRI, C. ANGLLL Comets BELLINGER ZABRISKI, W. MILLER HENRY MILLER LEMEN MCBRAYER CURTIS BOREING PAUL Altos WALROD CLARK ANDERSON GATES SHERMAN SHUBART MACHOL O,DAY ADAMS ARRAJ RODECK SMITH PRINTZ MATTISON B355 ROBERTS HAAK DAWSON LONG CHERRY COOPER BRAY Piccolos JACKSON GOODSPEED HAWTHORNE DARLEY ARMSTRONG Drums STINEBERG VALENTINE OTTENHEIMER COOK POLIAK LEVITT Pmaus, Fnmx Debate COLORADO-WYGMING-UTAH LEAGUE February 29, 1924. Question: Resolved, that the United States should enter the World Court. Held at Boulder, Colorado, February 29, l924. Wyoming here. Colorado Af- Hrmative Team: Robert Pleus, Floyd Forang alternate, Isaac Koperlik. Held at Salt Lake, Utah, February 29, 1924. Colorado Negative Team at Salt Lake: A. Sheridan Abel, Thomas M. Burgess. . Arnal., Bukcsss 1 197 Ruins, C. PALMER, CORNELL Colorado - -Kansas- - Qklahoma Lea gue April 4, 1924. Question: Resolved, that France is justified in the occupation of the Ruhr Valley. 'Held at Boulder, Colorado, April 4, 1924. Negative Home Team: Cornelius Palmer, Dudley Cornell, John Ramesg alternate, Byron McHale. Held at Norman, Oklahoma, April 4, 1924. Affirmative Home Team: I. Emery Chilton, Ward Darley, Robert Palmer. ' R. PALMER, Cr-IILTON. DARLEX' 198 Championship Teams of the Gym Classes 199 AJ , QUINLAN KICKS THE FIRST GOAL IN THE AGGIE GAME BRANDON, EISENDORFER AND GLOVER FINISH IN THE Two MILE 200 Qrganizations I ' fl 1 i ' I , l f fo-ps NIACOMBER, STAPP, EDWARDS, lX'IfKCKINNON, DAv1s, MALM, BARBER, PERRY, Smrrl-1, PLES-run. Cvntfr: POXVELL, Kzrru, Cmrwoon. ST1:wAn'r, DoDsoN, WALROD, HECKERT, RANDELL, S1-Umss, RICI-IARDSON, J. PIUNTER. Bottom: G. WALKER, PILCHARD, R. WALKER, INGKANI, Cramxurox, Gmmz, Mookn, R. I-IUNTER, ORSBORN, NEX!'COh1B, Delta Tau Delta fFounded at Bethany College, 18591 BETA KAPPA CHAPTER Established 1883 Colorx-Purple, White and Gold Flofwer-Pansy .2-5-:Ea 202 DEAN PHILIP G. VVORCESTER WILLIAM W. GAUNT RALPH T. HUNTER JAMES W. HUNTER GEORGE POWELL, JR. KENT VV. BARR EK DANIEL A. CHARLTON FORREST M. GRSBORN BURDEITE J. BOND IRA M. DELONG, JR. M. ROOSEVELT EDWARDS JACK INGRAM GLEN C. WALKER JERRY P. TOEIN Delta Tau Delta fllembers in .Fllflllfy PROP. IRA M. DELONG Seniors H.ARRY G. MALM DOUGLAS W. MACOMBER PHILIP K. PERRY ELWYN J. DAVIS LAURENCE G, STUDBS Juniorx HERBERT J. NEWCOMB JAMES E. CAYWOOD Sojnlzomores WILLIAM G. PLESTED, JR. SIDNEY SMITH Freshmen HUGH D. LONG GEORGE E. MACKINNON JOHN D. MOORE JEROME A. PAUL RALPH WALKER JACK H. DONLEY 203 PROP. C. C. ECKHARDT RUSSELL R. RANDELL HENRY M. RICHARDSON R. EARL HECKERT CLIFFORD C. KEITH ROBERT L. GRAEBER ALBERT H. STEWART JAMES M. DODSON THOMAS H. BARTINDALE CHARLES F. PILCHARD GEORGE F. GRIEI3, JR. DEAN STAPP SHERMAN B. WALROD SAMUEL J. SWEET I I f Top: NASH, I'lALL, RAPALJE, SISSON, SKINNER, ANDERSON, CHASE, TINGLING, MClXfIAPl0N, LIADLEY M1ddIe.' JONES. SMITH, JAYXIES, HAUK, lvxxcrrr, ARMS, GUTSHALL, VVALTER, TIPPLE, Wu.cox, WYLIF Bottom: NYE, STEINHAUER, XIAN GILDEK, STANSEIELD, PIINER, BEATTIE, LOWE, GATES, RENDLE, YVRIIER Sigma Alpha Epsilon fFounded at Unifversity of Alabama, 18561 COLORADO CHI CHAPTER x Established 1891 Color:-Royal Purple and Old Gold 20-1- Flofwer-Violet 1 bf X ff WK Rag , fi f f7?f?Mf, KRW ?f!"? ii, Angfe Fw ,- ' Q - ,W A-A A 32 .1 , . W, . - I 'Y . . - ff - " 911' 32' " ' 1 . 1 .- R, ,'.w'5-W. Vai- I 'ii-1 "" fit! r., I . 4,,,A,. 1 , . . . , ,.. . 1 A b ' " -I . 1' .f I - . f-+5 .J-.f V11 ELMORE PETERSON IRWIN S. BEATIIE ALFRED B. WILCOX FRED HARTSHORN CARL ANDERSON DELL VAN GILDER WILLIS WRIGHT ALLMOND GATES MARVIN HAUK HARRY NASH ARTHUR NYE MEMBERS IN FACULTY MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors REX LOWE KARL J. WALTER Juniors VERNE WYLIE ROBERT S. GUTSHALL STUART SMITH Sophomores GEORGE RIPPEY EDGAR STANSFIELD Freshmen ALBERT TIPPLE EDWARD JAMES JOSEPH SISSON CHARLES FRIED BAILEY SKINNER 205 FRANCIS WOLLE PAUL H. HADLEY ERNEST MCCOY PIAMILTON CHASE ARTHUR I-IINER THEODORE TINGLING LAVVRENCE JONES WARREN HALL GEORGE STEINHAUER RAYMOND MCMAI-ION MARSHALL RENDLE Topx C. XVILLIAMS, SIPLE, Tmv,N12x', G, XVILLIAMS, KEIRI, OAKES, lXfIUss131a, GARKETT, CLARK, CARPENTER zwnldlc: hfTARONEY,, Bownmx, TAYLOR. PHILLEO, JOHNSON, REIMERS. MONTGOMERY, STILLVVELL, BASTIN Bottom: T. Hous'roN, ITICKS, XIALENTINE, ITILLYER, NIox'LR, JACK, STocKovy31:, PARKER, HAI.E, ANDERSON Beta Theta Pi fFou11ded at Miami Uni-versity, 18391 BETA TAU CHAPTER Founded 1900 Flofwer: The Rose 4,,-0.3. I, A B93 206 Q Beta Theta Pi Jllenzbers in Faculty PROF. BRYANT SMITH PROF. VV. C. HUNTINGTON FRANK H. VVOLCOTT CHARLES B. CARPENTER, ROLLAND F. MARONEY H. ALLYN HICKS, JR. ROLF L. ANDERSON E. MORRIS JACK MAYNARD U. OAKES JOHN B. VALENTINE CHARLES H. WILLIAMS IRVING HALE, JR. EDMUND F. GARRETT GEORGE M. WILLIAMS HUGH M. STRACHAN CHARLES F. FALKENBERG A J ACTIVE MENIBERS Seniors MORTIMER F. STILWELL DONALD D. KEIM EDWARD E. MONTGOMERY Juniors RIALTO PHILLEO Soplzomores JOSEPH E. TAYLOR JAMES H. HARLOW L. HOLLISTER' MOYER HORACE N. COOPER Freslmzen JAMES H. BASTIN CHARLES S. PARKER FRANCIS P. TIERNEY 207 GEORGE H. THOMAS JERVIS FULMER J. CLINTON BOWMAN JOHN P. BYRAM ERNEST HILLYER H. DUMONT CLARK HARRY W. SIPLE ALBERT M. DAVIS FREDERICK J. JOHNSON JOHN O. REIMERS CHARLES E. HAINES WILLIAM M. STOCKOVER GILBERT N. HUNTER RICHARD C. MUSSER THEODORE B. HOUSTON IVICOOVERN, R. ADAMS, Hmscu, Rmzvzz, STEYVARD, HEALY, HORN. SMITH, I. ADAMS, SCOTT. WILLIARISON, ROBERTS, BAKER, MCGLONE, HUNDLEY, PETERSEN, GREEN, FOLEY, SHRTBER, CHILSON, REX'NOLDS. STRAUSS, MCGILL, ESPEY, MCCAPES, COTTRELL, IVIATHERS, MOLER, GRTFHTH, YOUNG, MATTMADUKE, HERSHEY SHERMAN Alpha Tau mega fFounded at Virginia Military Institute, 18652 COLORADO GAMMA LAMBDA CHAPTER , Established 1901 Colors-Gold and Blue ' ,Af 208 DR. HOCHDOEREER WILLARD D. BAKER THOMAS L. BARTLEY JOHN C. COITRELL NED FOLEY C. VAL MARMADUKE JOHN R. ADAMS LARKIN HUNDLEY EDWIN F. MATHERS GRAHAM ESPEY LESTER GREEN JACK HEALY RICHARD E. ADAMS RICHARD ROBERTS Alpha Tau mega fllzflflbzfrs in .Fllflllfjf Seniors JAMES E. GRIFEITH FRANCIS L. MOLER CORNELIUS J, MCGOVERN HARRY PETERSON JACK D. REEVE fzuziors MORTON MCCAPES CHARLES C. YOUNG Sojnlzomores ROBERT HIRSCH ELBERT MESSER WILLIAM F. MCGLONE Freslimen EUGENE HOWARD COLIN HERSHEY HOWARD MCGILL 209 PROFESSOR SHRIBER KENNETH E. REYNOLDS COLIN A. SMITH SYLVESTER C. HORN WALTER COCHRANE RUDOLPH WALTER LESTER A. SCOTT RUSSELL A. SHERMAN PAUL SI-IRIDER CARL POPP PAUL STEWARD DALE WILLIAMSON MORTON HOWARD JOHN C. STRAUS VIRCIL DICKEY Top: KYLE, L. MILLS, O,NEIL, THOMAS, DOZIIER, BAUER, PQLLARD, WIxL'rm4s, POE, KELLEY, ANDREWVS. Secoml: TATLOW, IIUTCHINGS, HEISEN, SI-IAW, BRACE, hfIARVIN, NIILLER, PIEIZER, BIAYO, PACKHAM, RHONE. Third: E. HUBMAN, GREENE, BLACKIWARR, H. CHRISTENSEN, FREDERICKSON, NIADDEN, QUINLAN, KINGDOLI, FAIRCI-III.n ROBINSON, BECKETT, AIIQGREWV. Bottom: C. HUBMAN, E. CIIRISTENSEN, BARRY, I'IEVERLY, NORA1AN, DUNN, LEWVIS, I. NIILLS, SAYLQR, WILSIJN PURCELL. fFou1zded at Virginia Militaz'y Inxtitute, 18691 GAMMA KAPPA CHAPTER - Established 1902 Colors-Blark, White and Gold 210 -..,...1l,., - V1 7 ' ' ' n IW' . Q, Iggy Legg- Q I . ' If ' T , gif- . 4 I. - Nm.. A ' ' . I -:,,, , 4 - 'A ff V. . 1: . 4' Sf, vfpf -'IV Y' zf. . f A SE if ff: .AA,. Sf ' will H I' gg '4 ,I-...QL , ,If ...., ,Sin-.--,,,.,-....., .. . A , A"-' A fix, ' --ff' ' f ' ff' ' ""WmT" - 1 'H I ,eh ,ie I-::I.1.gv,. . .--'T'-E.-fl'-T -'-' 1-If-IA :V Q,I:Im.If'.? " 4 21 M5524 .,.,.. , MSI I -I I Aj Q .fI...I.'l.a. gxtiifw, 549624. I -I L -,If 'mf .zifkf-5:3-mm 521-J? 'Q S119 qfigggglwgfgm L, 'wi' ' '51 Nazi? X" , ' 1-f?1L?"':f.f' .. .5 5215 A ., ,i L. DR. LAWRENCE COLE ROBERT W. ATHA EMIL W. CHRISTENSEN FRED B. WILLSON DONALD C. HUTCHINGS ROBERT H. BARRY JULIUS H. KINGDOM WILLIAM FAIRCHILD RICHARD BLACKMAR DONALD S. WALTER JOHN T. KYLE HAROLD E. CHRISTENSEN CARL W. HUBMAN HENRY S. NORMAN EDWARD O. ROBINSON ROBERT E. HERZER Sigma u fllembers in Faculty Seniors ARTHUR QUINLAN LEWIS E. MADDEN ARTHUR F. FREDERICKSON ARTHUR S. MARVIN Juniors JOHN M. MILLS ANDERSON W. MCGREW Soplzomores EDWARD E. HUBMAN GLEN E. MILLER GEORGE C. HEISEN JASPER C. DOZIER Freshmen JOHN H. THOMAS THEODORE S. BAUER CHARLES E. BRACE ERNEST C. DUNN JEVVELL L. SAYLOR 211 DR. O. C. LESTER CHARLES J. HOESTER, JR MOSES LEWIS RUSSELL L. KELLEY THOMAS B. RHONE IRA P. TROTTER RICHARD W. MAYO KENNETH R. SHAW JOSEPH R. ANDREWS MORRIS E. POE FRED C. HEVERLY RICHARD H. TIXTLOW VVILLIAM A. POLLARD CARL J. PURCELL WILLIAM K. NEISH EDWIN C. AULD Tap: BET-rs, RYMER, BTTNER, Hows, BARDVVELL, DALEY, IVICNARY, GALLAGHER, WHITE, GRANT. Iiliddler LIANSELL, Guess, RrrT1sk, Vmm., SHERMAN, Luuwow, ANDERSON, HSLIDEQ KELLEY, POTTER, CRAUSBAY ARMSTRONG. - Bottom: NASH, LTNDROOTH, BRAT, YA-rxis, JENKINS, BRUNNER, BONNEY, HSLIPU KELLY, BRADFORD, WELSH. Phi Delta Theta fFounded at Miami Urzifuerxity, 18481 COLORADO ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1902 Colorx-Argent and Azure I 1-Q.-457 212 HENRY B. ABEETT RODNEY J. BARDYVELL, ROBERT BRADFORD HARMON BRUNNER DELL CRAUSBAY CARL ANDERSON REUEL ARMSTRONG EDWARD DALEY Ti .- I I I ' I fHa,lI.4..u:1,,I..-,r.l WILLIS BONNEY ROBERT HANSELL DAVID JENKINS WILLIAM MCNARY MANLEY BETTS MELVILLE BITNER FRED BRACY I 1 . . x"S-.L Phi Delta Theta Members in Faculty DEAN JOHN D. FLEMMING TERRILL SCOTT Seniors R. FRANK FREEMAN JOHN GALLACHER CHARLES J. KELLY WHITNEY PORTER CSlideJ funiorx HERMAN GIESE DAVID HOW CHARLES J. KELLY fSlipJ STAFFORD POTTER Sophom ores KENNETH MEAD ROBERT NASH ROGER SHERMAN HENRI VIDAL Freshmen HAROLD LINDROOTH ROBERT LUHNOW 213 DEXTER KEEZER THOMAS WARD PHILIP WHITE RUSSEL YATES WILLIAM LEHN THURSTON RITFER CHARLES RYMER JOSEPH STANFORD ROBERT WELSH AUBREY WILLIAMS JACK SIMSON GEORGE MOSES ROBERT GRANT JOSEPH MARSH O CLIFFORD PATTERS N T Top: CLARTL, Cx-xR1s'r1:NszzN, HENDERSON, XVRXRRINER. GARDNER, BELL, BROYVN, Krrn, GALLOVVAY, HERBERT, BOULTON. Suconri: ELLIS, THOMAS, BLxRscHN12R, SALISBURY, BROB1STEAD, CONNELLY, FTNLAYSON, THOMPSON, SCOTT, SAWYER, ' CARPENTER, Lunv. Bottom: NIILLER, GUNTER, KINNEY, FITZGERALD, IVIELANDER, DOUGHERTY, GILLARD, GALEA, NIILES, PEAKE, LINDSLEY. Sigma Phi Epsilon fF0zmded at Richmond College, 19012 COLORADO ALPHA CHAPTER Colors-Pzzrjnle and Red I " Vw ,rsbfrli T, Q f J 214 . . X nwxxqx K +1 I X M, Am, fs W 5' 'K ,X 'inf J . A - t Ya , mmf - , I I . A," 1' 'E J - .4 1,e.-: 'f Q- W I Ii'-I if If-ei' . ' ' f fi"-N if V Wg V' x ffpg ii ff? J' j H Q ., Ik , L H M 'Qi Iiiffc sz-4. .A A .lfffT.. A "TH ' . I "3 YI 'i' ' Wg. . .ll . . . ,.. f - t...3., . , Half" 5 , Sigma. Phi Epsilon PROE. WILLIAM R. ARTHUR RALPH BOULTON GEORGE CATTERMOLE LOUIS CONNELLY HERBERT GUNTER JOSEPH BELL FRED BIERER WALTER BOOTH CLARENCE S. BROMSTEAD PRESTON BROWN TRUMAN E. CLARK JOHN DOUGHERTY WILLIAM BELL CLIFFORD CHRISTENSON THEODORE ELLIS M6l7ZbET5 in Faculty EMMETT B. CARMICHAEL Senior: WILLIAM B. MILLER HENRY LINDSLEY JOHN H. MARSCHNER JOSEPH MARTINEZ J. CARL GARDNER Juniors HARVEY C. CARPENTER MANUEL C. GALEA GORDON GILLARD PHILIP KITE Sofnlzonzores ROBERT FINLAYSON CECIL FITZGERALD S. PARK KQINNEY Freshmen FRANK W. FINK RALPH ENGLEBRECHT CLIFTON T. GALLOWAY PAT M. HARDIGE 215 PROF. PAUL M. DEAN THOMAS HERBERT RALPH PADEN JACK SALISBURY JAMES THOMPSON GE'NE LUBY LESLIE MILES MARION PEAKE OSCAR MELANDER KENNETH SAWYER LOGAN SCOTT LORENZ THOMAS CLAIR G. HENDERSON MARTIN MILES VERNE WARRINER Tap: HOWARD, TENNENT, JURINCK, BICDQNALU, NICBRAYER, S'rou-r. CALDWELL, JOHNSON, Kuzxvnx. Muidlf: R1cHARDsoN, ADDINGTON, CRAWFORD, NIOHR, CATTERSON, Woons, BART!-1. ALLRED, EVANS, SMETZER Bottom: IVICRAE, LAW, BLACKSTONE, I-Imuusow, BOWERS, ELIASON, OBERHOLTZ, GREEN, WH11-1:1-IEAD. Acacm flfounded at the Unifverxity of Michigarz, 19041 COLORADO CHAPTER Established 1911 Colon--Gold and Black I i-. 3 es EN QE-Wife :wil-lim-f ' 216 WILLIAM R. ARTHUR LAWRENCE W. COLE EMMET1' B. CARMICHAEL IRA M. DELONG MILO G. DERHAM FRED R. DUNCAN NEIL P. BAILEY ALBERT H. BARTH CLARENCE ELIASON JOHN M. ADDINGTON GEORGE E. BLACKSTONE A. DUDLEY CATTERSON MARCO B. CRAWFORD IVAN A. ALLRED ELMER E. BOWERS VERNON G. JEURINK Acacia Meznbers in Faculty PAUL M. DEAN CLARENCE L. ECKEL RUSSELL D. GEORGE JOHN M. HUNTER ROBERT C. LEWIS CHARLES F. POE Seniors JOHN W. HOWARD WALTER R. MCBRAYER Juniors WILLIAM D. JOHNSON HARRY KLIEWER GEORGE C. LAW G. DEWEY MCDONALD ERWIN M. HOWARTH Sophomores EDGAR E. EVANS 'WILLIAM S. MITCHELL Freshmen E. DEFOREST HARRISON JOHN C. MITCHELL Pledges 217 HOMER C. WASHEURN RICHARD C, WHITEHEAD FRANK L. CARSWELL CLARENCE E. KENNEDY EDWARD R. MUGRADGE CHARLES S. BLUEMEL CLIFFORD L. MOHR WILLIAM E. RICHARDSON R. GLEN WOODS JOHN C. MCRAE LYMAN W. MASON B. O. SMETZER J. M. CAREALLOSA ERNEST M. TENNEN1' HAMII.TON STOUT LESTER OEERHOLTZ Top: Txcxa, WELLS, WAITE, GALLIGAN, NICLEAN, SEARS, SCOVILLE, BOHN, BREENE, HEKMETET. Scronzl: PIIZLMER, DENSLOXV, BLANLCHARD. CORNELL, DOUG CROUCH, HILL, SHAW, Losmz, DON Czaoucn, BILBY Third: ELLIOTT, VVOODSON, CHLANDA, SMoo'r, 1'IOVVLET'1', MORITZ. BAKE, STEEL!-:, HUNTER, SHELDON, LEXVIS Eottnnlx Locxwoon, DAVIS, VVARINIOLL, Fxsnzk, ALLQTT, CONNELL, STINE, TOUHY, IXICINNES, NICFARLANE. P111 Gamma Delta fFounded at Washingion and Jc'ffe1'.fo11 U7li7JL'1'5ifj!, 18481 BETA KAPPA CHAPTER Established 1912 Colors-Purple and White Flower-Heliotrope aww ' X ., I, .., f' . LZq Ji, 218 . EY . ' I i'yII?I 5? I ff C X' E1 if EJ :Lifxy f if M- x4 :YK 'I . ,- A 1 " I A - ff If . if +!,,?z'v- LE ff-R, :hw ' J ff 'i.!?fb.T11'.m'5 2 " 4 If-'Lp -- ' ,. 1- 'E ' f ' 1 N . I .3 , 5 -1. iE,.,.,fg,.?55i1?g5,.v,3I , .1 ii i 5 55 ' I ' E.: T" I-sr-'E '-" -A - -1 A' , 1-ff fjjffgk f f ,... . LE.:..A.-?g5 E, ,guy I ' .Ae :,'..,z?:Z:1"2Z-3.5..',5Q, -5 .j' Q, . V- , - ff -T T'-1'ffEr'j'.'l.,.,1-EFITZ:-4 ' ' - ,ge .... ' Phi Gamma Delta MEMBERS IN FACULTY PRESIDENT GEORGE NORLIN DR. RUSSELL D. GEORGE DR. MILD G. DERHAM DR. OSCAR M. GILBERT EDWARD K. BARE DUDLEY CORNELL FORD DENSLOW EARL LOSER DONALD CROUCH DOUGLAS CROUCH WTILLIAM DAVIS WILLIAM BOHN RALPH CHLANDA WILLIAM P. BREENE GORDON ALLOTT EDWARD BLANCHARD LANSIN CARMEAN HENRY ELLIOTT DR. FRANK R. SPENCER MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors GORDON MCINNES DONALD MGLEAN SIDNEY MORITZ, JR. WILLIAM NEELEY GREEII HERMETET Juniors ROBERT CONNELL LIONEL FISHER GEORGE HELMER Soplzomores JACK M. DAVIS RICHARD HANDY Freshmen GERALD GALLIGIXN HARRY HOWLETT STEWART LEWIS KARL TICE GEORGE WAITE 219 CHARLES F. POE VVALTER B. FRANKLIN THOMAS H. SEARS BLANGHARD G. SHAW CHARLES STINE GEORGE TOUHY KENNETH MAGFARLANE HARRY WELLS LOGAN A. WOODSON DAVID SCOVILLE WILLIAM A. STEELE CAPRON HUNTER CHARLES WARMOLL GEORGE WITTEMEYER LEONARD WITTEMEYER HOVIVARD LOCKWOOD A 4 I, I Top: CRANDELL, Mokuow, R. Hncox. PALMER, TODD, HOUSTON, H. Iflxacox, EARL, Pmucak. Middle.' THOMPSON, CRAIG, NICKELVEY, KETTERING, JAMES, Conn, IVIATHIAS, PEAVY, CLAYTON, HUFF. Bottom: ST. CLAIR, T. RINEPIART, MCCQLRI, YOUNGER, KINNEY, hfIETCALF, INGALLS, HERSIiEX', GxLDEP.sLEEvE H. RINEHART. Sigma Chi fFaur2ded at Miami University, 18552 BETA MU CHAPTER Established 1914 Color:-Blue and Gold . 'mil .Paws n-zgfbtffv ,....., 220 WALDO E. BROCKWAY CLARENCE CRANDELL HOWARD COBB TOM CRAIG JOHN DUEFIELD ROY HECOX IRVVIN LOWRY DICK HUFE ERVVIN EARL HAROI,D HERSI-IEY ERIC AABERG LEE CLAYTON SAMUEL GOODWIN HILAN HEOOX 5 45- 'QSWQBAFZSL 1 A525 5 Hill.. il lls B1 -- 1 H2 B 'V mlm fi 451934 ff" 'if"'Qf7 EQ!! JN I .Aki T - zw A 1-P I if '7fTlLZI'9E'1?1:'-M1-M?i..f C A7.7+'jiT ',C Ry - ,A If- --'- -f1-f - w-AM4:, ..... hifi 5. , ' , ' - C' 4 5 ' af f y , . - ,- ,xii-,,I,,,, , -21 . Sigma Mt'1llbFf5 in Faculty CLARENCE H. COUOHEY Graduate School EDWIN DUVALL Seniors WILLIAM GILDERSLEEVE DAVID HEAD Juniors ROBERT BILBROUGH PHINEAS INGALLS FRANK JAMES CHARLES KETTERINO CHARLES PARKER DUDLEY PEAVEY Soplz omores WILLIAM HOUSTON Freshmen ARTHUR KINNEY JAMES MCKELVEH' RULON MCQUARRIE FREDERICK METCALF OTTO MORROW 221 Chi EDWIN B. PLACE JOHN ROGERS HOLLAND THOMPSON ALBERT MATHIAS BURL MCCOLM EARL MCKELVEY ROBERT PALMER FRANK PARKER THEODORE RINEHART HAROLD RINEHART ALBERT MURPHY SHELBY RONALDSON CLARE ST. CLAIR JOHN YOUNGER 1 Tap: IXLULR, GmsoN, Nomus, ELLIOT, NEWMAN, HARDESTX', CHAPMAN, PEARSON, Caocxmz, DAVIS. Rlzaldle: BYRNE, NIATES. NIA-rl-Irs, Nlfwnoxx, NxcHoLs, SCOTT, Ex-ILER, COTTON, BLUNT. Bottom: BARRETT, Jo:-msox, Tmuu:1.L., KNEALE, JACOB, LOALH, GLASGOW, KINNEY, SHELTQN, WVILEY P111 Kappa PS1 fFounded at Waxhingtovz and Jefferson College, 18522 COLORADO ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1914 Colors-Dark Green and Dark Red H4315 f xml? "'..1Lv " 2 1 T2 ' 'Z'-.gI:Tg,: .- ' 'X ,fx I' ' -13' A I -Q ,, 222 RICHARD ELLIOT LAVVRENCE BLUNT P. RAYMOND HARDESTY FRANK MAYBORN ROBERT NEVVMAN ROBERT SHELTON CHARLES BARRETT FRANCIS BYRNE ARTHUR CHAPMAN, JR. JACK CLOW Phi Kappa Psi fllembers in Faculty HARRY M. BARRETT Seniors 'HOMER CRAIG Juniors C. EDVVARD KNEALE JOHN D. MARR Sofilz om ores CLINTON TERRELL JOHN C. DAVIS Freshmen FORREST CROCKER ALBERT EHLER DUNCAN GIBSON NAT KINNEY WILLIAM LOACH 223 DANA L. JOHNSON DVVIGHT NICHOLS O. JUDSON NORRIS HARRY JACOB EARL KELLY GLEN GLASGOW RICHARD MATES LOUIS MATHIS DONALD PEARSON FORREST VVILEY n Top: N. D. PQRTER, RlSLEX', TLIRPIN, Rmzs, LENNING, D. L. PORTER, PEEBLES, YOUNGER. Se'f0nd.' KENDRICKS, W. ZABRISKII2, HOWERTON, Hlx, IVIILLER, RAMSEY, Cum-NEY, Goonwm, SAPPENFIELD. Third: PARSONS, Bozzuzn, AUSTIN, WESTLUND, C. ZAmz1sxu:, O, B1.,m1:, DEFILLIPS, Wsmsm., Cooxcn, Wooncocxc Boltam: Kolzmc, CONRAU, MCGLASHEN, CALDWELL, JONES, Doomav, Bzcxcsrnom, DAv1s, ALGERT. Alpha Sigma Phi flfounded al Yale Uni-vewxity, 18451 PI CHAPTER Established 1915 Colors-Cardinal and Gray x- E - .5 2174235 224 GEORGE C. AUSTIN ALEXANDER J. TURPIN Eimllg 1 -R if xxx wa Iii N1 P' ...X I Q in 11 R 1: . 5 A C A . -. AR 1- ' Q I A.A f ' . Izv QQ . , i A H H if - "" ,, .4 ,,,. . . . , Q,'-- VVALTER F. MALLORY HAZEN W. KENDRICKS GEORGE LENNING OSCAR C. BLADE FRANK C. BOBIER MYRON W. COOKE NICHOLAS DIFILLIPS I VICTOR M. CALDWELL HAROLD HOWERTON HENRY ALGERT ALFRED ARRAJ EUGENE BECKSTROM WARREN F. CRETNEY DAVID M. CONRAD Alpha Sigma Phi Faculty fllenzbcrsf FRANK A. EASTOM Seniors CHARLES A. LEWIS THOMAS B. MCGL.ASHEN F. OSCAR SAPPENFIELD CLIFTON A. HIX Juniors C. RAYMOND JONES GEORGE R. PARSONS WILLIAM R. R.-XMSEY Sojalzomores A. KEENE JACKSON GEORGE KIES KOERNIG Freshmen EDWARD DAVIS, JR. MAURICE DAWSON S. K. DOOLEY CARL RAY GOODWIN 225 CLARENCE L, ECI-:EL QEILBERT O. YOUNGER VVALTER ZAYIRISKIE ALEAN J. WESTLUND HARRY CALVIN WHITE BENJAMIN A. VVOODCOCK HAROLD P. RISLEY ORVILLE J. MILLER HfXRLAN M. WEEEER VVENDELL POAGUE ULWIN PORTER E. G. REES J. H. PEEBLES CLIFFORD ZABRISKIE Top: E. NICHOLS, WAHLER, IVICCOY, SPANGLIER, CLOSS, P, EAGLETON, SLIITH, LYSI-ER. ' Second: PERKINS, Woo1.I.I:x', C. COULSON, J. XVHITE, TEAL, LAWRENSON, NIILNE, BLUM, H. COULSON Third: CARLILE, TUCILER, C. NICHOLS, DAWSON, GXLLIORE, HUBBARD, Gmmsox, KII.I:x', BUIRGY, Lnmrsx Bottom: R. WI-IITE, IVIILLER, KOCI-I, DAY, PIXENDEL, MALONE, VVALKEI1, GANO, KEEFE, FULLER. Kappa S1 gma fFounded at the Uni-versity of Virginia, 18691 GAMMA TAU CHAPTER Established 1916 .. ff"-fe I 52, J' 'x -I 226 RICHARD L. FULLER CHARLES V. COULSON GEORGE W. ANDERSON MAX DAY WILLIAM H. GLEASON ROBERT H. BLUM JOSEPH M. BUIRCY BURTON W. HUBBARD ROBERT L. CARLILE JAMES C. GANO appa Sigma Seniors CARL J. KLEMME EARL E. NICHOLS Juniors HARRY S. COULSON PAUL P. EAGLETON Soplzonzores JOHN E. KEEFE JACK W. KILEY Freshmen CARROL E. WEGENER WINDSOR W. BROWN JEAN K. LAWRENSON J. WINTON LEMEN Pledges MURRAY A. HEINDEL CLIFFORD C. HOUSTON E. T. KOEI-INE 227 R. C. NICHOLS ARTHUR R. HELMS GEORGE S. KOCH WILLIAM G. LYSTER G. SHELDON SPANCLER JAMES G. MILNE REESE H. TUCKER, JR. JOHN D. WHITE LLOYD A. MILLER FRED J. PERKINS, JR. Top: AMBURGII. GO'F'I'I,IIiU, LEVITT, FRUMESS. Mzddlr: POLLOCK. Gmsxzuxo, NVEICHSEL, EINHORN, LINDNER, Bottom: 1TR11iu1..AXD, Lrsxfxrnokrnu, SHER, S'l'E1NB15RG. FEINBERG, SILVER Phi Sigma Delta fFozmdz'd at Columbia Unifverxity, 19102 THETA CHAPTER Established 1919 Colors-Pu rple and White ,K x if im -ff' T' in V,. .91 I, 228 ARNOLD EISENDORFER NATHAN H. EINHORN SYDNEY M. AMBURGH JACQUES GOTTLIEB Phi Sigma Delta Seniors HERMAN FEINBERC WILLIAM L. GINSBURC Juniors MORTON VVEICI-IsEL Sophomores GERALD M. FRUMESS CHARLES STEINBERG Freshmen JOSEPH FRIEDLAND 229 LOUIS P. LEvIT'r BEN H. SHER IRVING LINDNER LOUIS POLLOCK Top: Bxomuzv, OLMs'r1:AD, W1LL1,x1x1s. UNFUG, Coscmw, Wncox. CONANT, DAvENPom-, BAC!-IMAN. Sz'fmzd.' NIcIN1'os1-x, h"IAYHlEXV, XVI-IITE. Moons, BATR. D1cKsoN, Bnocx, SCHVVARTZ, STUBBS, SHAW, Third: BARDXVELL, SARGENT, WALKER, Bvxcx-mm, Lrrrxc, KENNEY. SCHAEFER, XVAGGONER, Bums, ROCK, IQYAN Bottnm: RUSSEL, Boswourl-1, Prurcmxulv, SMITH, FRANTZ, HAMM, Ckosn, BROOBIELL, Cxocxsn, XVI-IITNEY. Chi Psi fFaunded at Union College, 18411 ,ALPHA PSI DELTA CHAPTER Established 1920 Colon-Purple and Gold waz: , 'Si w as X f W kg-K it-IW' 5 gigcgy 230 CHARLES BROMLEY STEWART COSGRIFF FRANCIS CROCKER FRANK FRANTZ, JR. JAMES BARDWFLL SIDNEY BROCK MEREDITH BROMFIELD G. BRYANT BACHMAN THOMAS BATE RODERICK BOSWORTH MYRON BROOMELL KENNETH BURCHAM FRANK BURK MCCALL DAVENPORT CLARENCE MAYHEW 11? 1,-1 A . Q: Chi Psi Seniors LEONARD FREEMAN ALBERT KNAPP STAFFORD PAINTER J. CLYDE PRITCHARD Juniors FRANCIS CONANT OLIVER CROSE MAX RUSSELL Soplzonzores RICHARD HAMM EARL KENNEY ROBERT KIRKPATRICK Freslzmen DONALD MCINTOSH HUDSON MOORE WILLIAM ROCK CLYDE SARGENT 231 MILTON SMITH, JR. GEORGE UNFUG DELOS WAGGONER CHARLES WALKER FRED SCHAEFER STUART SHAW PHILIP WILCOK JOSEPH OLMSTEAD THOMAS RYAN JACK SCI-IWARTZ MERRILL STUBBS FRANK SCHWARTZ PAUL STRONG GORDON WHITNEY NORMAN VVILLIAMS Top: Plas-MNA, KINGSLEY, BELLING1-za, CHANDLER, PATTEN, NIARUN, NIARKHAM. OLDAIQER, DUNNING Jlfluldlef Hnzzmzn, L1:NNoN, BRANDON, FULLER, SHARP, VVALLIS, Osmsuc. SAUVE, wfAHLSTROM, I-IARMNGTON Bottom: R1-UNE. HENRY, CARTER. Cl.TS'fEIi, Pxzxrox, EDDY, NVATT, XVAUGH, NICLAUGHTOX. P1 L Kappa Alpha fFounded Ivlarrh I, 1868, at the Unifuerxity of Virginiaj BETA UPSILON CHAPTER Flofwer-Lily-of-the-Valley Colors-Garnet and Old Gold 232 Pi Kappa Alpha EDVVARD T. RAMSDELL FRED A. CHANDLER WILMOT V. BENNETT CLARENCE C. BELLINGER CLIFFORD BRANDON EARLE A. CARTER CLARENCE C. CUSTER WALTER M. DARRAH PAUL DUNNING FRANK LENNON WILLIAM MCLAUGHLIN HARRY OSBERG MEMBERS IN THE- FACULTY JAY R. RIEFE MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors RAYMOND W. EDDY JEROME L. MARTIN CLARENCE C. MARKHAM Juniors GEORGE S. FULLER JAMES S. MONTGOMERY MERRITT W. OLDAKER HUGH M. HENRY Soplzomorex RALPH FORSYTHE REED HYNDS CLARENCE HAZZARD RAY M. WAUGH Fresh men WILLIAM BRADLEY LLEWELLYN KINGSLEY 233 JOSEPH HUNTING JAMES MEREDITH PATIEN CHARLES V. SCHELKE CHARLES T. RHINE SHERMAN A. WATT LYNN B. WALLIS HERSHELL HARRINGTON FRANKLIN S. PEXTON N. BERNARD SAUVE TOM SHARP EDWIN WAHLSTROM XNILLIAM FERGUSON Tap: FRYE, COFFMAN, BENNETT. STEVENS, DANIELS, NIEYER, HUA1PHREX'. Second: BEBB, PITCHER, VARs, DICKERSON, RICHAKDS, WILBER, BORGMAN, QUEEN. Thin! XVALLACE, BENSON, LARSEN, FRANDSEN, KOERNER, GLovEn, IVICCURRY, SIMPSON, BOWVIE. Bottom: KELGARD, DEWEY, Coxwxw, PICKE1'-r, ANnEnsoN, IVIUVVARD, Svorm, IXUGHENBAUCH, ALLMAN Lambda Chi Alpha fF01l7ZdBd at Boyion University, 19092 GAMMA MU ZETA Established 1923 . A f 234 Lambda Chi Alpha JAMES W. BROXON HUBERT GLOVER G. IRA HAHN FRANK ALLMAN ROBERT AUGHENBAUGH HUBERT C. BEDB MORRIS A. BOWIE RICHMOND E. BENNETT EUGENE M. BENSON ALTON ANDERSON CARL BORCMANN CHARLES COFFMAN Members in Faculty VV. OTTO BURKE Seniors JAMES A. LARSEN ALVA H. MEYER LESTER C. SIMPSON Juniors PAUL R. CONWAY THEODORE C. DANIELS DONALD L. DICKERSON DALLAS J. FRANDSEN JOHN B. FRYE Soplzomores CHALMERS B. DEWEY VVAYNE A. HOVSVARD Freshmen RAY MCCURRY GORDON PICKETT 235 CLINTON W. DUVALL PIARRY M. VARS JAMES H. WALLACE WALTER R. HUMPHREY VVILBUR O. RICHARDS S. ARTHUR SCHMER NORMAN H. SPOHR PAUL K. PITCHER CECIL STEVENS VV. RUSSELL QUEEN LEON WILBER GEORGE RITCHIE Top: C. PLEUS, HUR1.EY, NELSON, Glzxnmc, WEBER, R. PLEUS, EvER'r19, W. DARLEY. Sfraud: ALLISON, BUCK, FINLAY, Squuuzs, BURNE1'-r, SOLUMON, FORAN, THOMPSQN, BARCLAY. Third: Howe, TAX'LOR, PIAXVTHORNE, MACKINTOSH, IVIORELAND-, BURKHOLDER, SHELnoN, ROACH, PAULLIN, HURl4EY Bottom: SALLER, STANLEY, FIARMON, CULVER, KANE, RICI-IARIJSON, HIGDGN, LASHELL, Euwfuzns. , 1 Phl Kappa Tau fFou1zded at Miami Unifuersity, 19012 PSI CHAPTER 1 Established 192-1- Colors-Maroon and Gold . YW 236 A. SHERIDAN ABEL H. CLAY BURKHOLDER NORMAN H. BUCK DAVID G. HAWTHORNE J. HAROLD CRAIK ANTHONY DANNI MERLE R. ALLISON LEWIS M. CULVER WARD DARLEY, JR. B. TED LASHELL KENNETH M. BARCLAY GEORGE R. BURNETT FLOYD S. FORAN LOUIS G. GERDING Q- Phi Kappa Tau G1-fulunz ex RAY BUSHEY Seniors HARVEY S. HOWE CARL T. PLEUS jll7li0l'S VVALKER G. HIGDON DENNIS J. HURLEY Soplzomores VV. GRIFFITH EDWARDS ANDREW G. FINLAY RAYMOND F. HARMON Freslzmen PAUL B. KANE VVM. D. MAOINTOSH GEORGE M. NELSON 237 ROBERT J. PLEUS JAMES J. ROACH FRANKLIN B. SHELDON WALTER D. YENSEN MICHAEL J. HURLEY JAMES O. TAYLOR J. BYRON MCHALE LESLIE E. RICHARDSON EDVVARD M. PAULLIN, J EVERETT R. THOMPSON RAYMOND A. BALLER JOSEPH B. SOLOMON SHERYVOOD B. STANLEY HARLEY J. PETERSON Top: F. Dovn, TUTTLE, HANKS, HOLBROOK, HuTcmNsoN, HOFFMEISTER, SQRENSON, Hz-mx, NI. KEMP Alulrlle: RANDALL, BEARS, SINGLETON, BONNEY, SHAWVER. 1X'ICNEIL, BREECH, DISNEY, R. KEMP, DAKAN Bottom: HoU'rz, JOHNSON, ALMQUIST, SAYLER, PECK, IVIAINE, DOYVNEY, DALE, VONDAMM. Phintia fFounded at the Uni-versity of Colorado, I922j Colors-Green and White 238 41 JOHN W, VANDERWILT ORRIN H. BONNEY GEORGE E. BREACH JOHN F. DOLE KENNETH R. DOWNEY HAROLD A. SINGLETON ALLAN S. DAKAN ARLEIGH E. DISNEY J. LEE HANRS J. EMERICK BROWN A. MARDEN MAINE Phintia flfembers in Faculty Seniors C. V. RANDALL Juniors ARTHUR H. HAAK HAROLD A. HOFEMEISTER ROGER S. HOLBROOK KENNETH A. JOHNSTON Sophomore: DAN HOUTZ R. E. KEMP Freshmen FRANK ONUFROCR 239 CHARLES A. HUTCHINSON W. MARVIN KEMP JOHN R. MCNEIL ERNEST V. SAYLER JOHN W. SHAWVER HALI,EY A. SORENSON ALBIN MAGNUSON EDWARD SMITH ARTHUR N. TUTTLE RALPH E. PECK ALBERT VONDAMM 1. Top: Romans. XVELLXN, CH1L1'oN, J. H. SPILLAXE, H. H. HUGHES. SEEP, F. T. SPILLANE, I. C. PIUGI-IES, CHRISTY zwuldlf: NEWMAN, Bfmxlxno, Howxuzn. Cxosswuwz, NICPIIERSON, Pfxmrrsx. BfI,XCDANIEL, WAGY. Bottom: S1-mv, BROWN, CONNELL, Romxcx. Gmsmrr, Su'rxu:1u.,xxn, REED, TAYLOR, Nxccou. Sigma R110 fFOZl7Zd8d at Unifversity of Colorado, 19231 Color:-Garnet and White 240 J, EMERY CHILTON EUGENE R. HoW.ARD JOSEPH BOTLEMAN PAUL M. BROWN HAROLD H. HUGHES SAMUEL G. MCPHERSON HENRY GEISERT CLAIR HUGHES ALBERT CHRISTY JAMES CONNELL Sigma RhO Seniors MARVIN MCDANIEL MICHAEL A. NICCOLI Juniors EUGENE V. NEWMAN EM METT O,BRIEN RALPH PALMER Soplz om orex HUGO RODECK ALBERT SEEP FRANCIS SPILLANE Freshmen PERCY CROSSWHITE 241 CECIL B. REED VVIIILIAM SHAY ROBERT ROGERS I-IUEERT SPILLANE DANIEL J. SUTHERLAND GORDON VVALTERS A LVA rFAYI,0R ERLE VVELLIN CLAUDE FOSTER HENRY VVAGY Junior Prom FORD DENSLOW COMMITTEE GLADYS LUNDY MATTIE BELL EDITH EKLUND ROLF ANDERSON HERMAN GIESE 242 Chairman 1 w ,ff f s Av ' 'T win K 3' '1-,, 2 V: I 2-24:- f X Q f f K fi Q f' I ,f X ' , Qf My ,, F '7 MQ fl x ga X 1' pi , M 1' A W 'W Q Nsffgx X 'M N Ai x! 1A N' m""'-'-f--n .,..,, 1 if , 5 1 - ,, " -QQ-X5 i :V AX.qj.g ' ff -5 Xxx - MMI? ,ff 7' -- JD ,f-ipaq if A' 1 , p - xg WW Kc " 5 . af 'W f M 'ffl X. ti. uf W w ' fb 1 I ff'A1' - ' I Z' ff., - ,ffgf ,' N h 1 V- V , 1 K f M V 1514 ' lr A 1 :51 , Q! - ff, . . , it-QQ' VA, ffl 'I Y" f 1fQi 'ix V 'f' N sf - f"1 'X 4'3" ' ,X,f"'X I", 7 WA x ,f W, 4 f ff X, '7f If lj XR fj f gf if. :H - , gf r . '-m 1 WS- ' 1' L. ff' ', I' ef- fffjfffw Of fy L ,W NU" ,yi 5 jf f ' -'L' A ' f-if' ' 7' H 21-' f ZZ, f--Q' YQ . ,J-I f QP W. pftzy' . 4 'xy' L ' if " " uf W I ,,f- A ,A- M W M Y , Q 1 -I--M 1120. .egg L A mmf-i AL I 'X 0 'fa ' l - SSIONAL 243 Top: CATTERRIOLE, I. W. PI-IILPOTT, LABARRERE, BISHOP, OLDENBURG CVice Presidentj, HOWARTII Illzdzlls: NIAXDDEN, THOMPSON, NIACOEIEER, PIOPKINS CSecret2lryD. NIAIER, UNEUO, TAYLOR CTreasurer Bottom: ALLEN, NIASON, DICKSON, O. S. PIIILPOTT CPresicIentJ, COTTRELL, RPIONE. GEORGE DUNKLE C. F. KEMPER WILEY JONES R. MCDONALD C. A. MCLAUOHLIN R. S. BURKET A. J. ARGOLL 'FHADEUS P. SEARS CARL H. GRAIP R. HUDSTON C. A. BUsH H. P. HARLOW' L. VAN STONE H. FRIELAND J. A. PHILPOTT J. E. NAUCLE CYRUS W. ANDERSON CARBON GILLASPIE R. W. DANIELSON F. P. GENGENBACH W. R. WAGGENER E. J. PERKINS G. B. PACKARD, JR. JAMES B. WALTON Phi Rho Sigma Alunzni F. H. CARY I. K. KROHN WALTER OHMART R. B. PACKARD J. F. PRINZING W. J. ROBE J. M. SHIELDS OTTO KRETCHMER H. BERNARD VIRGIL SELLS R. W. WI-IITEHEAD H. WEAR W. GREIO, JR. J. M. BARNEY W. C. BANE C. S. BLUEMEL R. S. BURKETT H. S. COOPER C. S. ELDER O. S. FOWLER T. J. GALLAHER C. E. HARNER GARY PIEUSINKVELD 244 H. L. HICKEY EDWARD JACKSON W. VV. JONES C. B. LYMAN L. B. LOCKARD EARL LANCDON VICTOR ADAMS DEAN BEACOM B. F. COOK C. POLEY LOUIS MAHONEY JOHN SCOTT PAUL K. DWYRE J. C. SAVAGE T. D. CUNNINGHAM PAUL FARRINGTON E. B. O'NEII. R. BURLINGAME HARRY COOKLEY B. I. DUMM H. C. GRAVES VV. C. BENNET E. B. QUEI., P. W. VVATERS Top: HER1kiETET,I'IARTSHORN. IWidrfli': XKALENTINE. Roma, Ro-rIIwIzLL. Bottom: KEElfE, WILcox. BAUMGARTNER, FULLER E. ' I 44 -3 ' a f R V 'gl f fixwff' -sX.,,-1, Phi Beta Pi HDNORARY MEDICAL FRATERNITY KFounded at University of Pittsburg, I891j ALPHA CHI CHAPTER Founded 1920 MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors CDenverj HARRY VV. LEFEVRE D. JACK BUTTEREIELD MAGNUS J. STEWART RICHARD L. FULLER F. E. BAUMGARNER ALFRED WILCDX JOHN A. KEEFE L. F. VALENTINE VVALTER' F. PEER Juniors QDCHVCTD GEORGE T. O'BERNE OSCAR D. GROSHART Soplzomores HERBERT ROTHWELL Freshmen E. B. PIOWARD Pledges 245 REUBEN T. SWENSON CLARK T. ALEXANDER R. R. COFFEY G. G. Roma FRED HARTSHDRN G'REER HERMETET HUGH E. KRANE J. E. THOMPSON Top: NIASTEN, NIURPI-IY, CONNELL, NIATTISON, LORBER, BECKER IIfliddI.r: IVIEREDITI-I, FRIESCH, IVICINTYRE, JONES, GARVIN, JACKSON Bottom: IVICANLIS. PEARY, AMOROSI, HABILIOND. 2aA2w.Qf Phi Chi fFounded at the Uniiversity of Vermont, 1889j NATIONAL HONORARY MEDICAL FRATERNITY BETA CHI CHAPTER NUMBER OF CHAPTERS 54 ESTABLISHED 1921 MEMBERSHI LEO A, AMOROSI F. E. BECKER . MAURICE CHERNYK JOSEPH CONNELL WENZEL FRIESCH PAUL GARVIN Mernbers in University FRED HAMMOND FRANK JACKSON RODNEY JONES M. B. LORBER W. W. MCANLIS C. A. MCINTYRE 246 PERCY MATTISON LAWRENCE MEREDITH ALFRED MASTEN NORMAN MURPHY I. L. PEAVY WALTER RECKLING P 11,030 Tap: ADAMS, C. PLEUS, Cocx-IRANI1. R. PLEIIS, DIXNIELS, SLATER, PIOESTER, I-Iov, 1W111rIlI'.' Alam., Hrcxs. XYII.I.I,uIs. EAGLIZTDN. D. HIJRLEY, GLOVER, SI-IELDUN, REYNOLDS. TOPPING Bottom: w'Al.TlCR, AIRLAN. CANTxvI2l.l.. GRIIf1flTH, AI.1'IURI.EY, PARSONS. AIARBIAIIUKE, BURKIIOLDIER, NICCABE, CRUSH Phi A1phaADe1ta HON ORARY LEGAL FRATERNITY GUNTER CHAPTER Established 1910 NUMBER OF CHAPTERS 45 FOUNDED 1896 Colors-Purple and Old Gold WALTER C. COCHRANE ...........................,,,............ Justice .ALFRED E. CREIGH, JR. ..... ....... V ice-Justiee JAMES E. GRIEEITI-I ...... ................ C lerle HAROLD A. MCCABE ....... Treasurer Merzzbers in Faculty PROF. WILLIAM R. ARTHUR WALTER C. CDCHRANE Seniors CHARLES D. BROMLEY A. SHERIDAN ABEL H. CLAY BURKHOLDER ALFRED E. CREIGH, JR. HUBERT GLOVER JOHN R. ADAMS FRANK F. APLAN WILLIAM H. CANTWELL JAMES H. CRAIR WALTER C. COCHRANE G. VV. R. HOY Juniors JAMES E. GRIEI-'ITI-I MICHAEL HURLEY HAROLD A. MCCAEE CORNELIUS R. PALMER ADDISON L. WILLIAMS Pledges THEODORE C. DANIELS PAUL P. EAGLETON CHARLES J. HoEsTER DENNIS HURLEY, JR. GORDON F. WALTER 247 ROB ERT J. PLEUS GEORGE R. PARsoNs JAMES J. RoAcH FRANKLIN SHELDDN EUGENE L. SLATOR CLEMENT VAL MARMADUKE CARL T. PLEUS KENNETH E. REYNOLDS IRA TOPPING Top: HUEE, HEWVICKER, lX4ORlTZ, KEIM. HORN, SALISDURY. Illrzldlzf BELL, LONG, HEcox. GAUNT, PETERSON, KELLX', LUDY. Bottom: HEIXD, CORNELL, KEARNEY, YATES, ITIUNTER, FRANTZ, NEELEY, LINDSIFX Phi Delta Phi HONQRARY LEGAL FRATERNITY fFourzded at ifze Unizversity of Mirhigan, 18691 THOMAS INN--Established 1907 .ACTIVE INNS 48-MEMBERS 13 000 Colon'-Garnet and Pearl Blue Flafwfr-Jacqueminot Rose MEMBERS IN FACULTY DEAN JOHN D. FLEMINO PROE. BRYANT SMITH PROF. JOsEPH R. LONO WILLIAM GAUNT WILLIAM NEELEY DAVID HEAD DUDLEY CORNELL ROY HECOX RODNEY BARDWELL RICHARD HUFF IRA TROTTER PROF. FRED G. FOLSOM MEMBERS IN UNIVERSITY Seniors JOI-IN,BEI,L JUSTIN BARNARD JOSEPH MARTINEZ JOHN HEWICKER Juniors CHAS. J. KEI,I,Y LOUIS KEARNEY JACK SALISBURY RUssEI. YATES Freshmen HENRY LINDSLEY 2-I-8 I-IARRY PETERSON WILLIAM MCGOVERN SYLVESTER HORN DONALD KEIL'I JOSEPH LONG RALPH HUNTER CIENE LUDY SIDNEY MORITZ, JR. H.ARRY M. BARRETT S. ANTOINETTE BIGLOWV DONALD BENNETT JAMES W. BROXON CHARLES R. BURGER BEATRICE BURRUS FREDERICK A. BUSHEE CLIFFORD E. CAGLE LAWRENCE W. COLE NIAUD E. CRAIG C. C. ECKHARDT MRS. W. J. BAIRD WARREN F. BLEECKER MRS. R. J. BRUNER MRS. PAUL DEAN DR. PAUL FARRINGTON HELEN BARRY MRS. MARY FRANCES BRINKLEY HELEN HAESELER JOHN C. BAILAR EMMA BROWN "-qf.n.4asE??i?iQ1.qfkA:.,5 V 1 A, ' ' . aiu- 453 4 .1'TjiR E.. F ww Phi Beta Kappa fFounded 17761 COLORADO ALPHA CHAPTER EStabliShed 1904 .fllenzbers in Fzzeulty JOHN P. EKELEY FRANK E. E. GERMANN COLIN B. GOODYKOONTZ FRED B. R. HELLEMS WARREN W. HOWE MARJORIE F. KELLEY CLARIBEL KENDALL M. H. KINGERY LEWIS M. KNAPP ARNOLD J. LIEN IRENE MCKEEHAN GEORGE NORLIN Mevzzberx' in City JESSIE FITZPATRICK C. ANGELINE FINGLEY ELIZABETH GERTSEN MRS. CLAY E. GIFFIN YVILLIS E. HENDERSON Ilifembers Elected Spring 1923 HUGH HETHERINGTON MARGARET HUNSICKER DOROTHY MCPHERSON Mezzzbers Elected Fall 1923 MARJORIE FIELD JAMES GRIFFITH 2-1-9 NELI. NESBIT LUCILE STUBBS MARY TINGLEY JOHN W. VANDERWILT MAXY POPE FRANCIS RAMALEY EDWARD T. RAMSDELL GEORGE F. REYNOLDS MRS. EDNA ROMIG IDA L. SVVAYNE MABEL VAN DUZEE MRS. M. H. KINGERY MRS. HARLOW PLATTS MRS. ANNA POWLESS MARY TROWBRIDGE MRS. J. R. VANDYKE JANE PATTERSON ALICE P. ROBERTS IVLAXY POPE GEORGE SIMPSON AGNES LAW EARL SWISHER Kappa Delta Pi Honorary Educational Society COLORADO BETA CHAPTER fFour1ded 1912j JESSIE HOWARD ,.........,.,.,.,.,...,,...7...,,..,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,, Prgyidfnf MA-BEL YENSEN ......... ......... V ice-President ELIZABETH MCKAY ,,,,.,, ,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, S ggrgfgfy ELMORE PETERSON ............ .......,.,.,,.,....,,,,,4,,.,,,,, T rmw,-gr Honorary Member for 1924, Arthur Chapman H. M. BARRETT CLARA H. BRACE C. C. BROWN ALMA GABRIEL LEO HORST L. THOMAS HOPKINS CLARA BAKER FRANCES BATHWICK ISABELLA DOWNEY LENA FARIS MARTHA GROMER MARION FULLER MARION HARVEY MRS. HENRY ABBETT ROBERTA BECKWITH MRS. FLORENCE DODGE WILLIAM B. GAMBILL JESSIE HOWARD ACTIVE MEMBERS Faculty W. WARREN HOWE CLARIBEI. KENDALL RUBY D. MULFORD ELMORE PETERSON AI. H. SHRIBER Seniors HELEN HINMAN GROVER HOOKER ZELDA JONES MARY LARRICK Juniors NINA MORRIS VIRGINIA NETHERLAND CATHERINE PARKER MRS. FRANK STUBBS FRANK E. THOMPSON LELIA TROLINGER REBECCA VAILLE MABEL VAN DUzEE CATHERINE VOWELL FLORENCE NEVILLE MRS. ELEANOR RE PASS CLARA ROACH THELMA WEDDING MABEL YENSEN WILLENA PORTER ELVIE PROFI-'ITT Meznbers Having Boulder Residence RALPH HUBBARD MRS. U. G. KERR NORMA LEEOUE INEZ MCGINNIS ELIZABETH MCKAY 250 MRS. A. A. PADDOCK MARION PARK ARTHUR RIDGEWAY MRS. ARTHUR RIDGEWAY MRS. FRANK E. THOMPSON 4 BERGMAN. HOWARD, BAKER. BEATTIE. FRAME. BARTIVI, RANDALL, SIBIMERING, BAILEY, MARTIN, BEALI., HOFFMAN, PETERS. JONES, SCIIELRE, BERNINGER, Honmas, LILAMING. Tau Beta Pi HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY fFoundeaf at Lehigh Unifuenity, 18852 COLORADO BETA CHAPTER Established 1905 NEIL BAILEY ......., ,,.,,,,,,,,,.,A4,4A,,,, P rg,-idenf MELVIN FRAME ....,. ......., V ire-President JEROME MARTIN ..... ....,...,,, S .ern-tary ARVID BAKER ........ DEAN HERBERT S. EVANS DEAN OLIVER C. LESTER PROE PROE PROE PROE. PROE JOHN A. HUNTER SIEBOLT L. SIMMERING WHITNEY C. HUNTINGTON FRANK G. ALLEN CLARENCE L. ECKEL Illembers in Faculty .......Trea.rurer AssT. PROF. WAYNE S. BEATTIE ASST. PROF. VVILLIAM F. BRURAKER AssT. PROF. WALTER R. NELSON V WALDO E. BROCKWAY FRANK L. CARSWELL CLARENCE H. CAUGHEY WILLIAM J. HAZARD Assoc. PROF. WALTER F. MALLORY NEIL BAILEY ARvID BAKER ALBERT BARTH THORNTON BEALL ELMER BERGMAN P. T. BERNINGER ROBERT H. HULL EVAN R. JONES ME77ZbKf5 in University MELVIN FRAME STANLEY HODGES GEORGE HOFFMAN WILBER JONES HUGH LEAMING GEORGE LENNING JEROME MARTIN 251 RALPH PADEN MERIDETH PATTON RALPH PETERS VOLNEY RANDALL CHARLES SCHELKE JOHN HOWARD Top: FRAME.. CRANDELL, PROP. HUTCI-IINSON, DALEY, HARDESTY, LOSER. Muidles KETTERINC, NICIIOLS, BAILEY, DAVIS, MARTIN, CARPENTER, CRAWFORD. Bottom: NICGLASI-IEN, I'IAI-IN, CONNELLY, ANDERSON. ELIASON, STINE. LT III : f,-I.f Sigma Tau HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY PROF. F. S. BAUER PROP. W. S. BEATTIE PROP. FRED R. DUNCAN ROLE ANDERSON GEORGE AUSTIN NEIL BAILEY CHARLES CARPENTER, JR. L. A. CONNELLY CLARENCE CRANDELL MARCO CRAWFORD EDWARD DALEY fllmnbers in Faculty PROF. W. C. DUVALL PROI-'. C. A. ECKEL DEAN H. S. EVANS PROF. C. A. HUTCHINSON fllwlzbers in U71i1J6TSif-1' ELWYN DAVIS CLARENCE ELIASON MELVIN FRAME HERMAN GIESE IRA HAHN RAYMOND P. HARDESTY JOHN HOWARD 252 PROE. W. C, HUNTINGTON PROP. S. L. SIMMERING MR. M. E. WITHAM CHARLES KETTERING EARL LOSER JEROME MARTIN THOMAS MCGLASHEN CHESTER NICHOLS RALPH PADEN HENRY RICHARDSON CHARLES STINE Top: CONNEl.LX', INMAN. CAR'rwRIoII'r, XRICXVIIA, LENNINO. Mrddla: BARTII. SUTIIERLAND, IQIEEYE, I'OR'rIfR, LIAHN, EASTON Ballom: BOBIER, XVATT, KIII-II.MAN, Elmv, NIJVMAN. QE ta Kappa u NATIONAL HONORARY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING FRATERNYIY RHO CHAPTER DONALD PORTER .,,.. ..............,..,...,.,...... P resident ROBERT MCVVHA .,,,. ..,.....,.,I....,...,... V ice-President ROY KUHLA4AN ......... ....,.. C orrexponding Secretary LOUIS CONNELLY ..,.., ............. R ecording Secretary RAYMOND EDDY .... ....,..,.,................... T reasurer CHARLES STINE .......,.....,...................... Sergmnt-at-Arrnx Mezzzbers in Faculty PROF. WV. C. DUVALL DONALD PORTER GEORGE LENNING LOUIS CONNELLY ROY KUHLMAN CHARLES STINE FRANK BOBIER GALEN CARTWRIGHT Seniors JACK REEVE RALPH PADEN ROBERT MCWHA IRA HAHN Juniors SHERMAN WATT 253 MR. FRANK EASTOM, Afmfiate Memlm RAYMOND EDDY MERRILL INMAN HENRY RICHARDSON HARRY NEVVMAN ALBERT BARTH CARL ANDERSON DAN SUTHERLAND Top: Xi.-XRS, DIcRERsox. FREEMAN, PATTEN. Middle: UTSINGER, NUSSBAUAI, BAILAR, Bocas, NIARTIN. I?oItnm: BARRIEIUF. NIEEHAN, JOHNSON, Honmfs. Alpha Chi Sigma fFounded at the Unifversity of Wisronsin, 19021 NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL CHEMICAL FRATERNITY ETA CHAPTER HARRY M. VARs ..........,...,.,................. Master Alchemist CARL J. KLEMME ...... ....... V ice-Master Alchemist JOHN C. BAILAR, JR. ....... ...................,........... R eporter JOHN Bocas ...,...s.......... ...,.,,.................... R ecorder J. MEREDITH PATTEN ...............................,........ Treasurer JEROME MARTIN .,...................... Master of Ceremonies EMMETT B. CARMICHAEL RALPH D. CRAWFORD PAUL M. DEAN JOHN B. EKELEY JERVIS M. FULMER C. C. JOHNSON JOHN C. BAILAR JEROME MARTIN WILLIAM BAHRET JOHN BOGGS Mernbers in Faculty W. WARREN HOWE JOHN A. HUNTER FRANK E. E. GERMANN OLIVER C. LESTER ROBERT C. LEWIS Graduates CARL J. KLEMME Seniors STANLEY HODGES Juniors DONALD DICKERSON ROBERT FREEMAN 254 CHARLES F. POE HOMER C. WASHEURN Ross WHITMAN GEORGE THOMAS H. B. VANVALKENBURO RUSSELL MEEHAN J. MEREDITH PATTEN HARRY M. VARs EMORY F. NUSSEAUM ROBERT UTSINGER x Bmxxnox, PATTEN, QMNLAN, YOUNG. 5 ' X-V ' I. ,, fi' I2 .15 Jig, -T rxx . 9104.1 ' an - 1. - 1 I 1 , Sigma Delta Psi HCNGRARY ATHLETIC FRATERNITY CLIFFORD BRANDON J. MEREDITH PATTEN ARTHUR QUINLAN CHARLES YoUNc 5, V.. fav-7-I If.W,5j,-. - T-..A-M , 12, - , A Y I H 1 Y V -11.2 255 K 'I . Si gma Delta Chi PROFESSIONAL JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY fFounded at DePaufw Unilverfity 19092 COLORADO CHAPTER Installed November 16, 1919 WALTER R. HUMPHREY ,... ...,.,......... P rexident DANIEL A. CHARLTON .... ......... V ice-Prexident JESSE CLARK ......,....... .........,. S scretary C. FRED BARNARD ...... .......... T reasurer fllernbfrs C. FRED BARNARD FRED B. BAKER HAROLD BUCKLES DANIEL A. CHARLTON JESSE CLARK RALPH L. CROSSMAN LAWRENCE A. DUNN BERNARD A. FALLER WILLIAM W. GAUNT CHARLES HAINES GEORGE E. HELMER WALTER R. HUMPHREY RUPERT HUNT CLIFFORD C. ICEITH Associate Zllenzbers ARTHUR CHAPMAN ...I,,I ...,.,,.. A 'efw ZELL F. MABEE CLARENCE A. MARKHAN1 FRANK W. MAYBORN FRED MONAHAN WILLIAM E. TURNER A. GAYLE WALDROP HARRY H. WELLS York Tribune JAMES A. STUART ...... ......... I ndianapolif Star ALVA A. PADDOCK ........ ....... B oulder Camera 256 Sigma Delta Chi FIRST ANNUAL GRIDIRON BANQUET-bday l, Boulderado Hotel. Two hundred of the most prominent men of faculty, student body, and city present. Campus, city, state, and national characters and institutions "put on the gridiron." Program issued in the form of a miniature newspaper, l'Sigma Delta VVhy." FOOTBALL DANCE-November IO, Brown Palace, Denver. Four hundred Varsity students celebrate victory over D. U. Proceeds used to buy trophies for editors conference. THIRD ANNUAL HIGH SCHOOL EDITORS CONFERENCE-November 22, 23, 2-l. Program arranged and staged by Sigma Delta Chi for l9O visiting journalists from state high schools. Two silver cups and fourteen ribbons presented to best papers. FIRST CONFERENCE OF ANNUAL EDITORS-November 23, 24. Program also arranged by S. D. X. Thirty editors and managers of Colorado high school year books attended its sessionsj WEAKLY BLA-A-A-November 29. A burlesque newspaper edition distributed at the Aggie championship game at Ft. Collins. ROCKY MOUNTAIN INTERSCHOLASTIC PRESS. Organized by Sigma Delta Chi at editors conference to meet needs of Western high school publications. Expansion, publicity, and issuing monthly bulletin placed in charge of chapter. President and secretary of fraternity hold places on executive committee. PRIZES T0 HIGH SCHOOLS. Cups offered through Press association to best examples of newspaper perfection from high school students. CAMIPAIGN TO APPOINT EDITOR. 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S'eU'etary-Tregzsurer COUNCIL ELIZABETH M. BALL GEORGIABELLE CARSON BERNICE JACKSON MORRIS K. HEPLER . ALLEN DEAN HEPLER, JACKSON, CARSON, BALL, DEAN 266 I 1 'rr : EAKE, ALPI-I ALAIER. f'ARs, 'OUS'l'ON, AR'1'Ix-'Run-I'I'..I'ANI:LER, 'ORFR-r ALAIER, 'EI,I.Ex'.,', ,ISRUR , ANIE S, l' P R P Y ll C S R P lx Su Y D L DOW. Midfllc: DUNN. IQISLHY, IXICFADZI-1AN. LAXY,YL0l'CKS, RYAN, IIOLT. GAI.I.OwAY, KEI.I.OGc1:, BRCKYMFLL, LONVRY, GALIEA. Bollam: PIERSON, I'IARRI2l.1.. I'lARGROVE, S'rItNI:ER, SIIIAAP, P. SARTIN, KIfA'1'ING, DRAKI-7, 5AMl'l,INl5K, Rosle, OVLRDORF, The Players Club GEORGE TOUHY ...... Prefident STELLA PIERSON ....................... ...... S ffremry ZEPHYR DRAKE FREDA DUDLEY JUHREE GALLOWAY DORA GOLDER ELIZABETH GRESHAM THETA HARGROVE VIRGINIA HARRELL MARIAN HOUGHTELIN ISABELLE KEATING GERALDINE KELLOGG LOIs LAW MARIE LOUcKs MIRIAM MORGAN MARY ROSE ELIZABETH STENCER MYRON BROOMELL GALEN CARTWRIGHT JOHN DOW HOW.ARD COBB MORTIMER DANIELS MANUEL GALEA WILLIAM HOUSTON ROGERS KELI,EY HAROLD LOWRY WILLIAM MILLER JACK NOLAN ROBERT S. PALMER RALPH PALMER MARION PEAKE GRACE BLEDSOE EDITH ENGLAND CLARA LEVY GEORGIA NEWSOME DOROTHY OVERDORF ROBERT PLEUS JACK SALISBURY GEORGE TOUHY HARRY VAARS LOIs WILDY EDWARD FOLEY 267 ALICE SCHAAP HELEN HOLT RUDOLPH BOTLEMAN JEAN MCFADZEAN MARTHA RYAN CORNELKA SAMPLINER PAULINE SARTIN SHELDON SPANGLER HARRY WELLS LOIS VVILDY EVELYN MILLER JOE DUNLEAVY HAROLD RISLEY GRAHAM ESPEY JAMES GARDNER H. R. HARRINGTON E. D. HARRISON ROBERT HIRSCH MARGUERITE TREADWAY STELLA PIERSON Top: INMAN, DAX'IS, BURKE, VARs, Mm'ER, SPANGLER, BAILAK, ADAMS, BQTTLEMAN, NICPIOLS, Buncuss, DANIELS Secoml: DEAN, BLAQKBURN, BEST, TENNEN-r, Kum, MALM, FRAME, CONDON, PLnvs, JACK, Rmxls. Third: Howmcn, CRAVVFORD, BEEBE, JONES, NI11.L1s1z, Blames, HEPLEK, BELL, Fxmscx-I, Scx-xwmso. Bottom: PIODGES, Nswzxmx. A'ICGI.ASI'IliN, VVATT, 1?LmL1zY, KNIEALE, W,u.'r15ks, KELLEY, XVELLS, AIARMADUKE. UIILBIAX. Boosters Club SCHWEISO, CROW, MARTINEZ, COSGRIFF. 263 Boosters Club STEVVART COSGRIEE .... .,.............. P resident JOSEPH MARTINEZ ...... Vice-Pre.viclmt CHARLES SCHVVEISO ..,. .........,. S efretary RALPI-I CROW ...,..A..,, ..... . . ...... Trfaxurer M. B. CRAWFORD E. M. TENNENT C. R. JONES DONALD PORTER JOHN R. ADAMS VAL MARMADUKE DONALD KEIM MOREY JACK FRED SCHAEFFER ELVVYN J. DAVIS H.LXRRY G. MALM G. SHELDON SPANGLER EARL NICHOLS HARRY M. VARS MAURICE BOWIE ROBERT BRADFORD CHARLES KELLY BLANCHARD SHAW SIDNEY MORITZ C. E. KNEALE DANA L. JOHNSON SIDNEY AMEURG NATHAN EINHORN SHERMAN WATT CHARLES RHINE HAROLD PIOFFMEISTER C. V. HOLBROOK HAMILTON CHASE STEWART SMITH KARL T. PLEUS MICHAEI. HURLEY ROY HECOX HOLLAND THOMPSON A-NDREXV MCGREWKV MOSES LEWIS RALPH BOULTON EUGENE PIOWV.-XRD JOE BOTTLEMAN DWVIGHT NICHOLS JACK SALISBURY TOM NICCvL.-XSHEN ROBERT PLEUS PIARRY VVELLS LAWRENCE STUBBS ALLEN DEAN JOHN L. BELL 269 VV. MELVIN FRAME W. STANLEY HODGES KERMIT FREEMAN CHARLES DRESSER P. T. BERNINGER JOHN C. BAILAR, JR. THOS. BURGESS ROBERT F. BURKE EVRY BLACKBURN ARNOLD L. CONDRON BEN NAPHEYS M. B. DANIELS BISHOP INMAN OSWALD CIEDNEY THORNTON BEALL KENNETH BEEBE GEORGE BEST VVILBUR JONES RALPH PALMER CLINTON ROBERTS ROY KUHLMAN HARRY NEWMAN EARNEST FABRIZIO Y P Q , - 2 1 2 it 4 if gi , , fa. Q -r V ' L The Colorado Canaries LAURENCE G. STUBBS ...............,....A,,..,....,,.,...... President ROBERT W. BRADFORD ..,.... ,........ P 'ire-Preriderzt DANIEL A. CHARLTON ...... ......,...,. S erretary JAMES S. BARDWELL ...... .... ....... T reasurer .....................,..................Cu.ri0dzan ERNEST M. TENNENT Realizing the long-felt need of an organization to furnish the nucleus for a strong cheering section and to supply stunts and entertainment typical of collegiate gatherings, the Boosters Club early in the year commissioned a committee with the duty of select- ing these men and preparing the path for a permanent organization. Selection, of the men was immediately carried out under the direction of the student marshal. Sophomores and Juniors only were eligible for admission. Those men who had duringtheir freshman and sophomore years seemed most interested in all cam- pus undertakings were chosen immediately. The first group of men then suggested further possible candidates. The organization as it then stood formed the first "Pep" organization ever created on the Universityfcampus. The uniform, as accepted -by the club, consisted of a white V-neck sweater, white flannel trousers, and a White felt tennis hat trimmed with Silver and Gold. Later the club adopted aimascot in the being of a mountain canary. The true history of this ani- mal shall forever remain shrouded by a veil of secrecy. The school colors were carried out by having the insignia gold, on a silver background. Y The first official appearance of the club was at the Colorado University-Colorado College football game on Home-Coming Day. The Canaries turned out some sixty 270 strong, and, marching on the-field behind the band, raised and saluted the Colorado flag. Two stunts were carried out. The first, before the game, consisted in having the Colorado Canary kick the C. C. Tiger out of Colorado. During the intermission at the half, each member of the club, stationed at equal- intervals along the side lines, released silver and gold balloons to the tune of "Glory" A A Arrangements for an elaborate showing of the club were made for the Varsity4D. U. game in Denver. However, when it was learned that no stunts of any kind would be permitted during the game, the club was forced to content itself with leading a dress parade through the streets of Denver. The people of the Capitol City accorded cheers to the white-uniformed vanguard of Boulder students. A Evasion of the established rule against stunts at Broadway Park wasattempted later at the Mines-Varsity' game. Members of the club had secured about sixty pigeons from hay lofts on farms near Boulder. Added to these were eight homing pigeons rent- ed for the day. With Colorado leading at the half, these winged messengers were re-' leased by club members. The birds first flitted timidly about the field and then, straight as an arrow, winged their way swiftly toward home. ' - Transportation difficulties prevented the attendance of the club at the Utah game in Salt Lake City. The uniforms were lent to the University band. These uniforms added much to the appearance of the students in the parade before and after the victory at Salt Lake City. Accounts of the escapades of the club mascot, and articles praising the efforts of the Canaries, were printed by newspapers everywhere. Definite plans for the selection of members for next year are now being formulated and it is certain that the club will become a permanent institution. ' 271 CORNELL, BRDYVN, STEELE, CHARLTON. XVHLLS, SQHAFFER, BARTLETT, DUNN. DEAN, CORLE1-T, JOHNSON. BUCKLES, GRESHAM, LEVY, HARPER. Bnoox1ELL, DEWEY, VAN VRANKEN, HILTON. J Scribblers Club 272 Scribblers Club NATIONAL NARRATORS ASSGCIATION LAETA BARTLETT MYRON BROOMELL EDITH BROWN HAROLD BUCKLES DANIEL CHARLTON LOUISE CLASON VIRGINIA CORLETT DUDLEY CORNELL DANIEL CHARLTON ..... .. ...I....... President LAETA BARTLETT ..,..... ..,.... If im-President EDITH BROYVN .,.....,. ..,.......... S ecremry DUDLEY CORNELL .,,... ...,., T rmsurer fllenzbffrs BUENA DEWEY LAURENCE DUNN DOROTHY GISI-I ELIZABETH GRESHAM MARGARET PIARPER VIRGINIA HARRELL JACK HILTON ELLA JOHNSON ETHEL LEVY 273 PIERBERT NELSON ALBERTA PIKE STAFFORD POTTER ELLEN SHAFFER ELEANOR STEELE CQLADYS VAN VRANKEN HARRY WELLS CLAYTON MCCARTY X J 274 VARs, BLIRRAGE, BALL, NUSSEAUM, WYCOEF Hiking Club HARRY' M. VARS ..,.., FRANCES BURRAGE .... BETTY BALL LYNN HOLT .....,.. EMORY NUSSBAUM ALFRED WYCOEI-' ..... ..,. , IVAN A. ALLRED ROBERT BAILEY BETTY BALL HOLLIS BARNHILL FRANCES BATHRICK BERYL BLAKE JOHN BOGGS MARIE BOYINGTON EDNA BRETNALL PAUL BROMAN MYRON BROOMELL KENNETH BROWN MARGARET BUNYAN DR. SEVERANCE BURRAGE FRANCES BURRAGE CHARLES CALLOVV GEORGIABELLE CARSON LEROY CARTER KENDALL CHAPIN GLORIA COLLINS PAUL CONWAY BEATRICE CORCORAN OLA FAY CROUCII CHESTER DAVIS BUENA DEWEY CHALMERS DEWEY MILDRED DICE HELEN DRAPER FLORENCE DUNLAP Ilflembers GERTRUDE EIERMAN MARGARET EMANUEL ANDREW FINLAY ' MILDRED FINLAY FOLKE FORSANDER INGIE FREEMAN ROBERT FREEMAN CONSTANCE GHIARDI HUEERT GLOVER JOHN HARMON MARGARET HARPER IRMA HAST JOHN HIDY ROGER HOLEROOR LYNN HOLT MR. LEO HORST MRS. LEO HORST CLAIRE HUGHES J. CARL LAW JUNETTE LEDUC DR. ROBERT C. LEYVIS DOROTHY LOVELAND DONALD MCKINI.EY ROSAMOND MCNAUGHTON - GRACE MILLER FLORENCE MONTGOMERY DELFORD NEELEY 1-ZLWOOD NEFF MILDRED NORRIS 275 .............Pre.Ifdent ......If'ice-President ..........Serretary ................Treasurer ,.....Hilzing llflanager Llsxfxtant lvlanager J. MEREDITH PATTEN EDWARD PAYTON FRANK PEXTON MARGUERITE POLEY CLARENCE ROSE ESTHER ROSE MARGUERITE SEAMAN ROWENA SCOTT HAROLD SINQLETON ADELAIDE SPRINGSTEAD MILDRED SWEET ' HUBERT THOMAS HUNTLEY THOMAS EVERETI' THOMPSON JOHN TURNOUIST' ROBERT. UTSINGER ' BERNITA VANDER LAS HARRX' M, VARS CECILIA VIGIL A LOUISA WALLIN VERDE WATSON TI-IELMA WEDDING. IDONNA WIGGLESWORTI-I ALICE WILDEY , DOROTHY. WILKES ALFRED WYCOFF HOWARD ZOOK VELMAR ZIMMER EMORY NUSSBAUM 276 MINNIE ESKELSON EMMA BROVVN BERNIOE JACKSON ETHEL CRAIK AI,YK'ILDA C.-XLLOVVA BEULAH JAMES LUCILE CASVVELL KATHLEEN CURRY ANTOINETTE DAHLM.-XN DORA GENE GOLDER MARGARET COLLINS Classical Club CLASSICS MAJURS Graduate Students Seniors BESS JONES ZELDA JONES JOSEPHINE LANG Juniorx Nl.-XRGARET HARPER Soph Om ores MAURICE JAMES EARL KENNEY Beginning Greek Class OPAL MEYERS AGNES NORLIN IRIS LAYCOOK JOHN PEATMAN CATHERINE ROPE Non-Majors in I4dwz2zL'z'rl Clfzsses ROWENA SCOTT 277 RUTH PORTER ROENE STARK TI-IELMA VVEDDING, Pres RUTI-I RONAYNE BLANOHE RICH ALICE YVESTERLAND MRS. INEZ B. SAUNDERS MARX' LOUISE STERLING, Sec'y-Treas. ALBERTA WILKENSON ALMA WVEEO Tap: IVIALM. SPANGLER, DAILAR, PIERRICK. MiddlL'.' XVATSON, SCIIWII-zso, VVALLACE. Bottom: KUHLMAN, Zooxc, PAULLIN, ALLMAA University Young MC-n's Christian Association THE CABINET CHARLES SCHWIESO, JR. ,,....,...............,..,..,....,,. Preyiderzt FRANK ALLMAN .,,...,..,.,..,....................,....,.,..,.... Secretary MERRIT OLDAKER ..,. Finance ROY KUHLMAN . .,,.,.,....,,..,.. .....,,.,...... S otzal JOHN C. BAILAR, JR. '"""""""""""" JOHN MCINTYRE .........,... ...,..... M eetzngs RALPH CROW Publimtiom G. SHELDON SPANGLER ...... ........ F reslzmen MORRIS BOWIE """ JAMES WALLACE ,.., .... , ..,..........,..,...., . Conference HOWARD ZOOK ........,,... ..,.................,.. B uzldzpg RAY HERRICR .....,,,..............,.,..,......... Deputatzons HARRY G. MALM ...... ,....,.. C ampux Serfuzte LESLIE RICHARDSON , ,..,.I.,., Church Co-operatzon HUBERT BEBB ,..,, ............. Employment EDWARD PAULLIN ,.,.,, .,,....,,.,,.,.... . ..Adfverti.fzng Term Expire: 1924 PROF. C. N. ELDER DR. C. E. KENNEDY PROF. MAURICE H. REEs REV. J. H. SKEEN DEAN P. G. WORCESTER Term Expires 1925 WAYNE S. BEATTIE ADVISORY BOARD DR. IRA M. DE LONG DR. C. B. GOODYKOONTZ MR. J. M. WHITE Term Expires 1926 Assoc. PROF. 1. B. MARCELLUS PROF. ELMORE PETERSON DR. WILLIAM B. PIETENPOL, Treasurer 278 PROF. CHARLES F., POE DR. GEO. F. REYNOLDS STUDENT MEMBERS MORRIS BOWIE CHARLES SCHWIESO, JR. MERRIT OLDAKER WALTER T. WATSON, General Secretary LC CClfC1C Francais DR. CHARLES C. AYER DR. EDWIN B. PLACE MRS. ROS ETTA WOLCOTT ISABELLA DOVVNEY ..,........... P1-Resident MANUEL GALEA ..., . .............. Vi6.e'-President VVILDA CRISPELLE ....... Secretaz-y-Treasurer ddfuisors MRS. MARIAN REIDER MRS. SIBALD Mernbfrs HARRIETT ALFORD FLORENCE ANDERSON JOHN B. ASKLINC MARY BEATTY RUTH BOHN GWENDOLYN BONE VERA MARIE BOYINGTON VERA BRYCE BLYTHE CALLOYVAY RUTH CAVE MARGARET COLLINS VVILDA CRISPELLE H. S. CUTHBERTSON MARJORIE DAVIS ISABELLA DOWNEY DALE ELFTMAN LENA FARIS MANUEL GALEA LUCINDA M. GARBARINA EVELYN GOOCH ETHEL GRANMEN IRMA HART MARGARET HARPER MATTIE HARTMAN MINNIE HERZER FRANCES HOESON PAULINE HOCKKNC RUTH JARVIS ROWENA IQESLER MIXUD KING JUNETTE LEDUC EMMY LOU LEPLEY ETHEL LEVY CLELLA LONG DOROTHY LOVELAND ETHEL MAST MARGERY MCCORMAC K. A. MEADE FRANCES IVIITCHELI. VERONA MORAN AGNES NORI.IN EDNA GUILLBERT 279 KATHERINE PARKER H. S. PARKISON CORDELIA PETERSON MILDRED PECK K.ATHERINE POVVERS ELEANOR REPASS ROWENA SCOTT ROBERT SNYDER CHRISTINE SORENSEN O. ROENE STARR ELEANOR STEELE WINABETH STEPHENSON EARL SVVISHER FLORENCE THOMAS ALICE TWIST NINA VVATTS A. Y. WINTERS DOROTHY WOODWARD MAURINE VVYLIE JACK OGILVY BERTHA GUTHRIE E1 Circulo Espanol VERA M. BOYINGTON ,... ..... .....,...... P r eyident A. Y. WINTERS ....,... .,................ V ire-President IRMA HAST . .,..,, ..,.,.. S efretary-Treasurer ffdvixors N DR. EDWIN B. PLACE DR. CHARLES C. AYER FLORENCE ANDERSON VERA M. BOYINGTON BLYTHE CALLOWAY RUTH CAVE MARTHA CHRISTOEEERS MARGARET COLLINS VVILDA CRISPELLE MARGUERITE CUMMINS W. S. CUTHBERTSON MORTIMER DANIELS ISABELLA DOWNEY LENA FARIS MANUEL GAI.EA ELIZABETH OLSEN MRS, ARCHIE NICKELS MARJORIE FLEMING KELLY M6111 bers L. M. GARBARINO EVELYN GOOCH IRMA HAST FLORENCE HEAP PAULINE HOCKING VIVIAN C. JOHNSON MAUDE KING MARTHA ICING MARJORIE KRATZ DAISY LOU LAREY JUNETTE LE DUC DOROTHY LOVELANIJ RUTH MEYERS 280 'KATHERINE VOWELL LILLIAN BENSON ELEANOR REPASS ROWENA SCOTT MARGUERITE SEAMAN ELIZABETH SIMPSON J. C. SMOOT ROBERT T. SNYDER ADELAIDE SPRINGSTEAD WINAEETH STEPHENSON INEZ STEWART ALICE TWIST CECELIA VIGIL NINA WATTS A. Y. WINTERS KATHERINE PARKER Top: BADION. Hsmxc. XVATSOX, I..1irf1,Ex', XVILKKNS, BLACK, NIINNA. CALLGXV. XVALLACE Bnlmm: DE LA FuEN1'xa. AOEN, PANAS. PLA, LOVIZLESS. s'l'l7lNlER'I', Cmxx, PANACOPOCLOS JOHN PANAS ..... ....,......,. P resident JOHN MINNA .... ............... P 'ice-President JOSE PLA ..... ......., S efretary-Treayurer FRED ADEN ............ MRS. FRED ADEN ,,.. MANNER O. JUNG ........, EMILIO DE LA FUENTE WALTER T. WATSON ...... flflenzbers S. S. ,,....,....,,,...,Korea ..,....................Japan T. R. TAMANAHA . ......... .. .........Philippine Isles J. W. BROXON .................. ....... U . S. MRs. J. VV. BROXON ........... ....... U . S. PROF, ELIZA G. WILKINS .... .......... U . S. E. G. HSIANG ....................... ............ C hind JOSE PLA ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,..,,.,.... ...... P Orto Rico FRANCISCO PLA ..... ......... P orto Rico RUTH BAILAR .......... ....,................. U . S. CHARLES SCHWIESO .... .....................T......... U . S. STEVE KOMFALA ,...,. .,.,......... C zecho-Slovakia RUTH COHN ................ MARIE A. PLA ............... STEVE PANAGOPOULOS ..... JOHN PANAS ............... JOHN B. MINNA ..,, HARRY W. CHINN ..,.. HARTA E. STEINERT ...., LUCILLE LOvELEss .,..., JAMES WALLACE ........ CHARLES CALLOW ..,... GRACE BLACK ........... EMMY LOU LEPLEY ..,... HARRY R. BADION .... JOSEPHINE BUDD ........ GERTRUDE EIRMAN ...... RUTH CAVE ................ ............................... U . S. ......POrtO Rico .........,GreeCe .......Greece ...,...,........,...,..Italy Czecho-Slovakia ........SCOt1and ........Russia S. S. Top: QECIL, SEMRAD, IVIEIEI-IAN, GILR-IORE, BERGMAN, MCEALERN, CONNELLX', BURRE, FABRIZIO. Illzddlef CIMINO, REDD, WALTER. JAMES, CURRAN, BARBATE, SLATER, BIIACDONOUGH, Bottom: VIGIPI, SEAMAN, IVIEEI-IAN, TAI-IENY, XWEIST, I'IALEY, LUNDY, FLEDIING, NORTZ. Newman Society C. S. A. ERNEST FABRIZIO ,,.,.,,,,,,,. Prmidenz ELMER BERGMAN ..x..... ...... V ice-Prexident LAVALLETTE BRANDT ..... .....,.,..... S efrelary EUGENE V. NEWMAN ..... ,..... T rea,fure7' LAVALLETTE BRANDT RALPH BARBATTA ELMER BERGMAN PAULINE BETZ ESTHER BUTLER FRANCIS BYRNE ROBERT BURKE VINCENT CIMINO MARGARET CASMDN DANIEL CONNELL LOUIS CONNELLY JAMES CONEY HAZEL COSTELLO OMER CURRAN MARGARITE CUMMINS PERRY CECIL GRACE DILLON ERNEST FABRIZIO ESTHER FINN ALICE FLEMING EDWARD GILMORE TRQESSA HALEY MAURICE JAMES HARRY J. KIRBY JEANNETTE KILEY MARY LUNDY BERNARD MCDONOUGH FRANCIS MCEAHREN RUSSELL MEEHAN THERESA MEEHAN 282 EUGENE NEWMAN JEROME PAUL JOHN REDD LORETTA ROGERS ANN RYAN MARGUERITE SEAMAN ALBERT SEEP EDWARD SEMRAD BERNADETTE S1-IEWERIDGE ROBERT SNYDER FRANCIS TAHENY CECILIA VIGIL ELIZABETH WIEST GORDON WALTER HARRIET ALFORD HAZEL BENNETT EDNA BOLTON VERA BRYCE CHARLA BOWLES MARY BRADLEY RACHEL CRANE FRANCES CLARK EFFIE CONWAY ORA EVANS BERNICE FRIEND L. POWVRS. PRIIJNII, IIIII-:'I'S. LLARR1 QIIIIIINI IEENNI-t'r'I'. 'l'Ax'LoR. MI'DnNAI,II, cIAl.I,UXYAY. xV!'IlS'l'I"l4, liIII.'I'IIN. CJ. IIxI.I'v, L. I'INI.lY. ILVANS. bI'III,Ic'IIIIR. RII'IIAI:IIsux, IIARRISIIN, XIANI. .N Asaphs GERTRUDE TAYLOR ..., ...,.......... P rmidfnf KATHERINE POWERS ..,. ...,... I "ice-I'rIr.vidnnz JULIA HARRISON ,... ,,,....... T roam:-er BERNICE FRIEND ..... ,,.... S errerary GENEVIEVE FINDLEY LOUISE FINDLEY ETHEL GRAMMER JUHREE GALLOWAY JULIA HARRISON ANNA PIANSEN MRS. GOLDIE LACEY ETHEL MAST MARGARET MCMILLAN KATHERINE POWERS LILA READY 283 IMOOENE RICHARDSON FRANCES SMITH MARJORIE SWIFT ROSEMARIE SCHLICHTER ELAINE SMITH PIIELENE STEFEIN f-PERTRUDIE TAYLOR CHRYSTAL THOMAS GERALDINE FFHIETS HELEN VVIEBSTER EVELYN WHITE CoIorado Engineers GEORGE LENNING ..,.. ...,..,.......,,.,. P rexident MELVIN FRAME ..... ..,....,.. I fire-President ERNEST FABRIZIO ,.... .......,.... S ecretary RALPH PADEN ....,,, ....,.. T rnz.vzn'er REPRESENTATIVES TO ENGINEERS COUNCIL CIVIL ELECTRICAL MECHANICAL JOHN MCNIEL DON PORTER ALVA MEYER EARL N1cHo1E GALEN CARTWRIGHT HERMAN G1Ls1E CHEMICAL JEROME MART1N EMORY NUSSBAUM 284 American Society of Mechanical Engineers ALVA H. MEYER ..... ............. P resident P. T. BERNINGER ........ .........,....... V ice-Prerident NEIL BAILEY ............. .......... S ef1'eta1'y-Treaxurez' The present organization grew from the founding of the Mechanical-Chemical Engineering Society in October, 1904. This society was the first of its kind on the campus. In 1915, the Mechanical Engineering students saw the benefits to be derived by affiliation with the National A. S. M. E. and withdrew from the parent society to obtain a student charter. Since that time it has functioned as a student chapter, hold- ing meetings once every two Weeks. The purpose of the A. S. M. E. is to familiarize the student with the profession and its progress thru talks given by various authorities, and to develop the faculty of addressing an audience with ease and clarity by citing their personal experiences with and observations of the various industries. Any Mechanical Engineering student may become a member by paying dues. Upon graduation he may continue membership or become a junior member of the national organization. 285 American Institute of Electrical Engineers M. B. INMAN .............. ..............., P resident R. D. MCWHA ......... ...... I fice-President C. V. ROBERTS ............ ........................., S ecretary ROY F. KUHLMAN .,..,..., ..,............,........... T rearurer DONALD PORTER ............. .,...... S enfor Representalifve DAN SUTHERLAND ..,,..... ........ J unior Representative GEORGE BEST ................ ......,.. J unior Committeeman VIRGIL BEARS ............ ......... J unior Commftteeman The American Institute of Electrical Engineers, the national organization repre- senting the electrical engineering profession, was founded in 1884. The objects of the Institute are the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and the allied arts and sciences, the maintenance of a high professional standing among its members, and the development of the individual engineer. For the purpose of more effectively carrying out the aims of the institute, local sections of professional electrical engineers and student branches of electrical engineer- ing students have been formed in all of the larger cities and technical schools. The University of Colorado Branch was organized December 16, 1904, and has been the active organization of the Electrical Engineering Department since that time. The present membership of the local branch is 163, 51 of which are members of the national organization. Regular meetings of the branch thruout the year keep the electrical students interested in the electrical engineering profession and help materially to broaden their training, and afford a means for the student to get acquainted with practicing engineers and their problems. 286 The American Society of Civil Engineers The American Society of Civil Engineers some years ago initiated the policy of establishing student chapters in the more prominent technical schools of the country. This was done in order that students might become acquainted with men prominent in the profession and that they might develop and take an interest in the engineering pro- fession before themselves becoming members of it. The Colorado Student Chapter in following out these policies has a meeting every two weeks during the school year. At these meetings there is usually a prominent en- gineer as the main speaker of the evening, though sometimes a speaker on subjects other than engineering is invited. Students also participate in these meetings as speakers, by giving short talks on some pertinent engineering subject. Members of the A. S. C. E. are very much interested in the student chapters and show their interest by helping students to obtain summer work and to secure them positions upon graduation. 287 The American Society of Chemical A Engineers UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, STUDENT BRANCH 1 . ALVA H. MEYER .......... ...,........,...,.. , ,Prerzdent P. G. BERNINGER .....,,... .............,,. V ice-President NEIL P. BAILEY ,,..,.... ......... S etretaryw'Trea.vurer This organization is the oldest of its kind on the campus. In October, 1904, the Mechanical and Chemical Engineering students formed a society known as the Mechan- ical Chemical Engineering Society, Which existed as a local until 1915. The Mechan- ical students then savv the benefits to be derived from an association with the .national A. S. M. E., and applied for a charter from that body. A chapter was established here in the latter part of 1915 and has been active ever since. The purpose of the organization is twofold: First, to better acquaint the student with his chosen profession, and second, to develop ease and clarity in addressing a group While he is yet a student. The first object is accomplished through talks given by authorities on the various phases of mechanical engineering. The citing of experiences with, and observations of various industrial concerns or processes, aids the student to better express and convey his ideas to others not intimately acquainted with the subject. Meetings are held on the first and third Wednesday evenings of each month. All Niechanical Engineering students are eligible for membership and may become members by payment of the local dues. 288 Armory Boarding Club JOHN BAILAR ............ .......... P rerident WENZEL FRIESCH ....... . ..,..... Treasurer CHESTER BENNETT ......,.,. .......,... M anager 289 "fx 'Q .gsm by ..?ff, I x'- :ff M if Active Mezzzbers FRANK PEXTON ALICE WILDY MYRON BROOMEL PAUL GARVIN GLEN THOMPSON IONA HAMMEL IRWIN SCHREIDER Honorary fllenzbers PROF. Sz MRS. GOODYKOONTZ S. C. MEREDITH 290 KENNETH BROWNE GWENDOLYN COLEMAN VERDA WILSON ROBERT FREEMAN REV. Sz MRS. REED 1 , , 1 Top: Tucxcrsk, Esmzv, IVIATTISUN, Rorzmu-sox, M,xR'r1N, Sco'rT, BAILAR, Hrzruucxc, Cmxcsxx, Illidzlle: Mus. S1-IUPE, AL1:xANm:k. Goocx-1, Wnnxms. jouxsox, K1as'1'1.1z1z, Nmuus, A'ICKEl,X'EY, FIELD, Bvxvmr SORENSON, Barium: Rliv. S1-wma, PARKER, Mus. PARKER, Lmmso, XVAUGII, Coxnkox, Conmmx, Iixlwwlzx, DEKRAKEH. Presbyterian unday School Class 291 MORE FOOTBALL 292 1 J WW W W W W W W W W WW . NWIW W W1 WA. Y WWW W 4, I ' 1:f: W W. W , W yn Y W f W W 455 KW AW Lug K, QA I EW W I " W Q, W W W V1 E . W: WW ' W W Y 2 'W W W X W W W 11 294 1 1 R 1 1 1 1 , rv 1 1 1 1 1 1 295 ' ey' . 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Each sorority chose two representatives and the non-sorority women chose an equal number. The pictures were all sent to New York. No names were on any of them. Mr. Ziegfeld marked them in the orderof his choice and returned the pictures to us. The names are here made public for the first time. We heartily endorse the selection and believe that they are truly representative. 298 Virginia Harwell 299 Irma .Ybicielev 300 Virginia Emmom 301 Vizfgmm Guthrie 301 Evelyn White 303 T Q ! WESTE UNICN Dfw 1 N KM Q IIB NlghtLe!l Ama aESTERIIUIIIDN T nv D, n Bymhu' wand H ,he me :heck NEWCOMB CARLTON. PRESIDENI GEORGE W. E. ATKIN3. FIRST VIC!-PRl8IDlNT If none of than Hume symbnh npueamsfmr lheclwck Qnumher of words! mls Is a telegram. OHM- wlaoltschamrtulslndlcahadbylile n r Form 1204 CLASS 0F SERVICE SYMBOL D y Latter u Nlghl M Q0 ' Night Lat! n fthsse sy Annoarsgltfucguooki beof B' 2 asa Nnle if II no n o three mboIs er 9 num r wnrday s aateearam Omen- wlnlnnlmraetorlslndlmtadbyma symbol appealing after the check. RECEIVED AT 35V RA 24 COLLECT BLUE SIDNEY Mom TZ UR' 37 NEWYORK NY 24312 FEB 9 1924 J EDITOR 1924 COLORADOAN BOULDER COLO PHOTOGRAPHS RETURNED TO YOU YESTERDAY BY EXPRESS PLAINLY MARKED ACCORDING T0 MY CHOICE AS FAR AS I COULD JUDGE PHOTOGRAPHICALLY WITH BEST WISHES F ZIEGFELD 2I2P 304 Women's Sectlon i 1 1 1 I 5 1 I 3 , 4... . ii : E lg '.4 1 ' 32 x 1' , " if W1 -' av ril ' - f Pu: gpg IRT? -44 X 54 C Cf gf Ck r Y -Q. WI f 'cf' T J ..f,z"',' if-:S 'X ,., Womcuys Organizations 305 HAsTxNcs, NoxoN, CLAYTON, HUSTED. SCHAEFER, SCI-ILUETER, BARTLETT, Sims, KNOCH, Lo1zIxN11'z. Pan-Hellenic Council . '5,' 306 4 ,K 4 1 L , 4 5 . Y gsj. 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FxELn, Frmms, BMLAR, BXICCLUNG 310 Big Sisters MARJORIE FRAME Clzairman RUTH LANNON Serrntary VIRGINIA ANTRIM MARGARET AESCHITACII RUTH BAILAR - EUNICE BART!-IES - IPRAME DOROTHY BELL LANNAN MARGARET BUNYAN FRANCES BURRAGE STELLA CAMI-IGLIA IWARTHA GROMER RUTH HARRISON FRANCES HOIISON ANNE MATLACK RUTH SHANK FLORENCE MCCLUNG ESTHER SMITH MARGARET MCINTOSH M:I.ERED SMITH GEORGIABELLE CARSON HELEN HOLT MILDRED MORGAN PEARL SURBRUGG MARGARET CASMON ELIZABETH HUM MIRIAM MORGAN H'I,EN SCHLUETER RUTH COHN RUTH ISENSEE VVIEBKA NAGEL VIRGINIA SPUR MARGARET COLLINS ISABELLE KEATING LUCILE NORVELL BERNITA VANDER LAS CORAL DALTON ELIZABETH KOHLER DOROTHY OVERDORE ELIZABETH VAUGHN ELEANOR DALY DOROTHY KNOWLES WILLENA PORTER WINIERED WALLACE HEARTZ DAVIDSON AGNES LAW MAY PROSKE NINA WATTS MILDRED DICE DOROTHY LOVELAND ELEANOR REPASS IDONNA WIGGLESWORTH MABEL DICKSON EDITH MARSH EUNICE ROWE ALICE WILDY ISABEL DOWNEY EDITH MILLEDGE IWARTHA RYAN AGNES WILSON EDITH EKLUND ELIZABETH MARSHALL ALICE SCHAAP VERDA WILSON L, 311 SMITH, Hom-, Puma. VAUQIIN, hfICIi.ENNA, Snuuc. XVIGCLESNVORTI-I, W1'r'rEMx:Y1zx, jmzvxs, STILLWELL, CARROLL. oman's League Crchcfstra 312 w 'HH I, ,w. V1 J V., ,1 gi J 'x .L k. wi z .T 5 YA In ,Q 'r -,Q ,. ,ak yi 'e Ms V1 gi: V1 , 1 I Q ' 1 . I I v 4 1 1 2 . 'V XVOMAN'S ATHLETIC INSTRUCTORS XVARUNER, SMALL, DILLINGIIAM. WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSGCIATION By Helen Hi2111zn11, President The Womeii's Athletic Association has been a campus organization since 1917. Fundamentally, the purpose of the organization is to create among the women stu- dents of the University a feeling of friendliness, high ideals of living and Working, and to promote the improvement of girl's athletics in general. Various projects have been handled by the W. A. A. One thing of predominant importance in the last three years has been the attempt to standardize girls, athletics throughout the state. Each spring we have had a conference for high school girls, l,om:N1Tz. Com.i:'r'r, lllxxmx, BELL. 313 endeavoring thereby to formulate a state league among high schools for the purpose of regulating athletics, and improving playing conditions and supervision. ln our own University,' the Associationhelps in the organization of all women's sports. We were fortunate this year in having an exceptionally hne hockey tournament in the fall, and in having our first Independent-lnter-Sorority Basketball Tournament. Alpha Chi Omega was the winner this year. It is planned to have this tournament become an annual affair. SWIMMING Upon the opening of the new Hygienic Swimming Pool and permission for the University Women to make use of it, a new department in the gym department was received with enthusiasm. As yet the fees are a bit high, but this does not seem to check the size of classes, and swimming bids fair to become a regular activity, taking second to none. SULLIVAN HARRELL Swmnnxo DANCING 314 Sol- nozuoiuz llocxm' TEAM HOCKEY No sport has inspired sa much interest and support in women's athlctfc circles on the campus as hockey. Registration in the fall found several hundred entered, and the spirit held throughout the season. The last few weeks were devoted to choosing squads and holding inter-class games. Teams were then chosen from the three classes, and finals in games awarded the championship for the season to the Sophomores. Hockey has surely proved itself to be a most popular game, and its many enthusiastic supporters will see that it remains a major sport. BASEBALL The major Spring sport of the VVoman's Athletic Association is baseball. This year the Freshman girls defeated the Sophomores, but were in turn defeated by the up- perclassmen after a hard-fought game. Qnly the superior experience of the victors permitted them to win. f - . . .- , SCHAAP - DALY HOCKEY BAsEI:p.r.L 315 VOLLEY BALL ln the last two years there has been a definite rise in the popularity of volley ball as a sport rather than a requirement of the department. lt is both a fall and spring sport which adds to its attraction. This fall over l5O girls were registered for volley ball. Owing to this large number, a new game, called Newcombe, was devised by Miss Dillingham, instructor. Newcombe is very much like volley ball, being played with a ball and netg however the ball is thrown instead of batted. ' HIKING Hiking has developed into a favorite outdoor sport of the University. Each week organized hikes are conducted for the girls, the surrounding points of interest being visited. The number of W. A. A. points which are given vary with the length of the hike. Buxcxumxn RALSTON VO1.l.EX' BALL Axim Nizwcomnn I'llKING 316 rf -J Cxmmrioxsxriif Nnweommc Timm TENNIS A great deal of interest was aroused this year by an announcement of a tennis t0u1'11zlmCnt, both for classes and all-University championships. Cups were offered in both singles and doubles. The cup for the singles was won by Julia Fuller after an exceptionally hard fought match in the finals with Ella Bolling Jamesg the score being 6-2, l-6, 6-3. Keen competition was shown through the entire tournament. lVinter ended play in the doubles with Ella Bolling James and Marjorie Sulli- van versus Kathryn Hawkins and Julia Fuller in the finals, which will be played off in the spring. Also class games will then begin. Q ARCHERY Archery is offered in the fall and spring quarters to those girls who cannot partake - - in any of the more strenuous ' sports. Nevertheless W. A. A. points are granted to those girls making squads and teams for the tournaments and, with the grow- ing interest in this sport, it is sin- cerely hoped that present records will be broken and that a loving cup may be offered very soon in the spring tournament. FULLER ' sm . H TENNIS ARC!-many 317 WELLS D1cKsoN BASKETBALL TRACK - BASKETBALL A successful innovation in the major sport of the W. A. A., basketball, created more interest in the association this year than has been displayed at any time in the past. For the first time in the history of the association, an lndependent-Inter-Sorority basketball tournament was held, in which sixteen teams, including five Independent teams, a faculty team, and ten sorority teams, participated. The tournament proved so successful that the association is hoping it will be an annual event hereafter. The latter part of February and the first part of March, the regular intra-mural basketball tournament between classes was held. .lt was followed with unusual inte-rest because -of the strength of the competing teams, which all made the games fast, and most of the scores close. . ' " . . TRACK Track is purely a spring sport, and each year progress in interest is noted. A field day held at the ends of each seasonmarks the final -achievements of ithe participants, and as- each girl is allowed to enter but three events, competitionfor honorshis very keen. 318 UPPER CLASS HOCKEY TEAM FRESHMAN HOCKEY TEAM 319 FRESHM AN VOLLEYBALL TEAM SOPHOMORE NEWCOMBE TEAM 320 1 ,Tiff ,T , ,XXX xi!!! X JY ,Q -fiwkrli-W U ll- llflfsw' ' Y J ,ff xx I 2' fl 1 O OI ' xx. I I N , X, X Q 3 x N K , y ,,a...,4 A . 4, xx K, KN ' , f 5 .ff QNX.. 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', , 1 COLQRADO ALPHA Established 1884 Colorx-Wine and Silver Blue Flofwer-Carnation MARJORY FLEMMINC KELLY DOROTHY BELL NANCY CRISP HELEN BURGER ELEANOR DALY MARY CAUSEY ISARELLE KEATING ELSPEAY ANN LYON RUTH BOHN HARRIET CHAPMAN JOY BELLE CORBIN Mevzzbers in Faculty IDA SWAYNE REBECCA VAIL Graduate VERA JONES K Seniors LUCILE JOHNSTON ELIZABETH KOHLER H Juniors EDITH ECKLUND JULIAMARY HASTINGS MARGARET NEWCOMB Soplzomores ETHEL MILLS HELEN SPINDLER Freshmen JANE COTTRELL MARIAN DELZELL ELLA JOHNSON FRANCES PATTEE 323 DOROTHY WOODWARD RUTH LANNON MARY LARRICK SARAH WENDELKEN LOUISE FRANCE DOROTHY SWEET GERALDINE THIETS EMELINE WENSLEY MARY ROSE HELEN TAYLOR RACHEL WRIGHT 5. 1 il , ' V, 1 . T. . " w ,. L I 1. A K , .3 5. , . T 7 . T 11 fr j 71 V Q I , L 4 - 1, II V , . . ff ei . 1 .rf ,E V.-. 1 , .-,.,, Q .. 1 'il-9 Q .K 1 as . N. X NZ 2 , T. gi 5 A Ury T vb. M.: . 1, GX' , a o, EQ Z. 5 , W " ""' 1411 E T 3 9113, .fn ,Q 1' if R f Q -:wx En 1 V14 1' Fw 1. ' 3 f We 1 58 K 1 , V . 2 .011 ,. Rf: 1 :T J " :l' 'L 1 2, , wf Yi :fig , 354 ,Cf ' Y ll in P , -' 'K gi 4 O Ywfusvk 2 .1 11- V' 51' I-ll :L ' 51 id' 5 ,ff KM '1 Ma ve wi gl. 4 1 Q ,f W li 1 ' 1 5 r.,J: V' lu., 1. A N.-. T: .X gg . ,, W' L. H 5,37 ,X 4. -xg I w p lx ' ' V T' ill i I if , HV: T: Q 's 1 .- le? 4 N- gf .if 1 X 5 T I : 1 N g C. FOSTER, V. PORTER, JENKINS, HYDE, NIETZLER, PAUL. 1 NEU!-IAUS, INEARONEY, POTHUISJE, SCHAAP, NIEHAUS. 11.4. H5 4 RAY, Glsn, JAMES, h'IILLER, D. FOSTER, REED, CHURCH. "1 2 NORVELL, P CLAYTON, MOORMAN, PUTNEY, KNOWLES, RUSSELL. 3 5 NORTON, WARREN, KIETHLY, G. CLAYTON, BROWN, .M. DONOVAN, D. DONOVAN. - 1 ' JAEOER, CORNELL, I'IA'Z'F1ELD, WATT, K. PORTER. 56-3 HALL, VOORIiIES, PIARVEY, SKINNER, DOXVNEX', BUCKINGHAIKI. 5, ef ' . T e S w V1 . A W- N , , T I7 M xr ,,A i in 3 Fw , U I ,... . ,..,. Q .En A., ,.,,, , , , E, J,fii,M, ,,,.T,, 1.0, .. I V .Y -T +5--ffm? mi,-1 1-:nf 5, ,E-.jim-7:31751 V- -5 ., - , 9 A ,, , T , . -. L -V My I f V' -' '- 5.5 , Lf fi H , Y, L-. , .-,.,W,., ..,. E ,.,. ,fl-,,... Jig ' . .. ...,,.,. V ,541 ,.,...,.,., , - , ,. A. ghlf. -'-, U M,E ,:.,.. -w.yfQ1.41.L.....,L-.-1' 4 -'ug L . s. . .,..--,,,-,.,E,, -LL . .L - ff f,--lf.--1,,., Y-, L- 324 Delta Gamma fFo1uzdea' at Oxford, Mixsisxippi, 18722 ,ba E 1. Colors-Bronze, P MRS. JESSIE KINGERY CLAIRE FOSTER JENEVIEVE CLAYTON DOROTHY GISH MABEL HYDE CLAUDINE BOWEN EDITH BROWN PAULINE CLAYTON DOROTHY DONOVAN BARBARA GLENDENNING ROSEMARY BUORINOHAM RUTH CHURCH Loxs CORNELL MARIAN DONovAN DOROTHY DOWNIE VIRGINIA EMMONS ARDELLA HALL CHARLINE PIATFIELD PHI CHAPTER Established 1886 ink, Blue Member in Faculty BEATRICE BURRUS Graduate CLARA CARNEY ROAcH I QQ' IF Seniors DDRQPHY PAUL LUCILE POTI-IUISJE fuaniors ALICE SCHAAP NAOMI RUSSELL Sophomares DOROTHY FOSTER LUCILE NORVELL ELLEN RAY LUCILE REIMERS Freshmen VIRGINIA HARVEY EMMA LOUISE JAEGER ELLA BOLLING JAMES SUE KIETHLEY SARA VIRGINIA METZLER ELEANOR MOORMAN SALLY NIEHAUS 325 Flo-were-Pearl Rose A HENRIETTA REYNOLDS HELEN FALKENBERG AZN A HELEN JENKINS DOROTHY KNOWLEs EVELYN MILLER MARGARET SHAEEER LAURA LOUISE WARREN MARY WEBSTER KATHERINE MARONEY ELIZABETH NEUHAUS HILDEOARDE NORTON CATHERINE PORTER VIRGINIA PORTER ELIZABETH PUTNEY HELEN REED LETHA SKINNER MIRIAM WATT KATHERINE VOORIES Cmiluav, BMR, Sims, MCCLITCHEON. NI. K. CVAMBLE, hTARs11Ax.L. PA'rToN, COLLINS, Goomuncn, HAYDEN, NORLIN. XVESTBY, LUNDY, REINKING, VOORHIESV. STEVVART. BROWN. Gu.m5R'r, DENISON, JENKINS. VVASHUURN, EVVING, J. GAMBLE, NVALTERS, ELDER. CJYLEARY, Gwrmam, CARMODY, MA'rLAcx, Swgxcxar., SPAKI-mwx. Kappa Kappa Gamma 326 ...- I .95 ff' ffilllllldfd at fVI07lT7l01lfll College Color:-Dark and L PAULINE THORNTON ALICE CARMODY MARGARET DENISON ELEANOR GOODRIDGE DOROTHY ELDER PRUDENCE EWING MARY CATHERINE GAMBLE ROWENA BAIR CHARLOTTE BROWN PAULINE COLLINS KATHI,EEN CURRY JESSICA GAMELE ight . 5, ' .. IWW. BETA MU CHAPTE Established 1901 Blue flfenzlzerx in Fflculiy DR. MCKEEHAN Graduate Siurlent DORIS BUTTON Seniors LINDEL HAYDEN Juniors ELAINE SIMMS Sophom Ores ELEANORE LORENZ RUTH MARSHALL ANNE MATLACK HELEN SPARHAWK Freshmen RACHEL GILBERT LOUISE JENKINS MARJORIE MCCUTCHEON AGNES NORLIN LOUISE O,LEARY PRISCILLA GREEN 327 Kappa Kappa Gamma R Flofwfr-Fleu I-de-IIS PROFESSOR BAUER MARIETTA PATTON VIRGINIA GUTI-IRIE GLAOYS LUNDY LEONE VOORI-IIES ELEANOR WALTER DOROTHY WESTBY MARIAN RAYMOND BETHANY REINKING ELIZABETH STENGER MARGARET STEWART HEI.EN VVASHEURN RANn,x1.L, Swnf-r, NI. TEIKIPLE, Bxowx, ST. CLAIR. Smnu, P. Gmsox, S1-mme, STA1-IL, CALLQWAY. CATTERMOLE, Aumgl. Chi S'r11.1.,w1:l,L, D, STILLWELL, ELTING. SAMPLINEP., ANDERSON, RYAN. S,m'rxN, G. SART1N, SCHEPP, KING CASAIU'N, Snursox, COKDINGLY. IVICKNIGIIT, ENGI.ISI-I, Ionxsox. ws, KNOCH, WALTER, R,x'1c1.l1fF. meg 328 W: ' ' -.,, K 1. Chi mega flfounded at the Unifverxify of .41'ka7z.va:, 18952 Color:-Cardinal VIOLET WALTER DOROTHY BRODHEAD BLYTHE CALLOWAY MARGARET CASMON GLORENE SARTIN MARION ANDERSON HELEN BRODHEAD DOROTHY STAHL EMILY AURELIUS ISABELL CATTERMOLE MARY LETHA ELTING ZETA CHAPTER Established 1906 and Straw Faculty MISS HARRIET PALMER Seniors KATHERINE KNOCH Julziors RUTH SHANK DORA TEMPLE MAUDE KING DOROTHY RATCLIFF Soplzomores LOIS RANDALL LUOENE MCKNICHT FRANCES SMITH Freshmen SARAH JANE GIBSON ELIZABETH CORDINGLY CORANNA ENGLISH 329 Flower-VVhite Carnation MARION STILLWZLI, CORNELIA 'SAMPLINER PAULINE SARTIN ELIZABETH SIMPSON ELIZABETH BROWN MARJORIE SYVIFT MARTHA RYAN AIMEE SOI-IEPE MARION STCLAIR JUNE JOHNSON DOROTHY STILWELL ANDREWS, GA1.1,A1u2R, COLEMAN, OVERDORF. Jov. Mozuus, 'I'Honms, NoxoN, Z. DRAKE, BELL. GRESIIAM, BRYAN, QUICK, I-Iocosmur, ALFORD. Toon, CRo1.1,, S'mcKw1aI.L, McK1z1.vm', CHEEDLE. NICCAHE, K1:Lr.oco. Plzcx, AJINER, PIARRELL, L. DRAKE, DAVIS. Alpha Chi mega i. 4 If A ,, , 1 , .,,, .. Z , 1. ..:-NL V , A PIARRISON, SCOTT, HAWKINS, ANDERSON. BRACE. l'lINMAN, NVELLS, josLx'N, FULLINGTON, NICCRILIMON. SPUPVIER, T'omNsoN. LDPKHART. Lnucxs, W,xLL,xcE. DAWSON, PIUSTED, FYE, LEONARD, Puansox. FEDDERSON, POLL.-XRD. MORSE, Essen, BLAIR, NIILLER, ROLLER. Delta Delta Delta , W 1 1 V w l 332 Delta Delta Delta fF0ll7lf1Ed al Boston Iflli-'UL'I'.flfy, 18382 I-1 ffl 'l S23 'v A E. THETA BETA CHAPTER Established 1910 Colofx-Silver, Gold, Blue LUCILLE ANDERSON HELEN HINMAN GAYLE MCCRIMMON ALICE SCOTT FRANCES BLAIR BURDINE ECKE MARION ROLLER JEAN MILLER KATHRYN JOSLYN Gflllllllflfff LUCILLE STUBBS Seniors RUTH ROBINSON BERNICE MORSE Juniors WILMA LEONARD STELLA PIERSON LOIS BRACE Sojzlzomores ELIZABETH FULLINGTON WINIFRED VVALLACE Freshnzen LUCILLE FEDDERSEN DELPHINE DAWSON ISAB ELLE LOCKHART 333 Flofwer-Pansy MARIE LOUCKS MARGARET WELLS LEDA FYE JULIA MAE HARRISOIJ HELEN SPURRIER IV. FLORENCE HUSTED MARION COLE KATHERINE HAWKINS ELIZABETH POLLARD Alpha Chi Omega fFounded al De Paufw Unifverxity, 18842 'vig NU CHAPTER Established 1907 Colors-Scarlet and Olive Green ESTHER CHEEDLE MILDRED DAVIS FRANCES ANDREWS MATTIE BELL ARLENE BOATRIOI-IT MAZELLE BRYAN GVVENDOLYN COLEMAN HARRIET ALFORD ALICE MARIE CROLL Mflllbff in Faculty BERNICE SMERCHECK Seniors LOICE DRAKE Juniors ZEPHYR DRAKE DOROTHY JOY LUCIA MCCADE Sophomore: WILLIE HOGGSETT VIRGINIA HARRELL MILDRED PECK WINIERED QUICK Fresh men MARJORIE GALLAHER ELIZABETH GRESHAM GERALDINE KELLOGG 331 Flofwer-Red Carnation ALICE NOXON EDITH MINER MARIAN MORRIS DOROTHY OVERDORF PEARL RIDLEY HELEN STOCKWELL CHRYSTAI, THOMAS THELMA MCKELVEY SARA TODD MEYERS, LEROSSIGNOL, Sci-IAEFER, DRAPER, IWCKEE. HILTON, MORGAN, BEISE, WARRINER, RICH. Hmuusox, BUTLER, ROMNETTE, STAUFFER, HAM11,ToN. BOND, NAGEL, LASHLEY, SMITH, BRYCE, Bxzvrs. GROMER, COSTELLO. . OLSEN, Pukvrs, BMP., CASEY, MCIVIURRAY. f -- 2 . .. M-Q: ' ff' f ' ...,.....f::""f F-kk N 1 , ' W, -1 . 1, ggi'-.. 334 K ! 4:- if ii J 2 if QM Q -A Ez? ,Q 1: J! M ,, I nf M 441 Qlq L ,gm Rv ... E, rw e ,, .I 3 is Vi I E ri :T ei ' ,'z U! I. r u 'S ,I .M 4 Qi Z- , . ,, 25 I Y.. '1 H S 11. . '. ll I , ,L 9. ,A ll - ,. Q. 1 . A 3 r 1 . ., 5 n I4 Ja, 6. ,,, A, 'V . '- 4,- 3 f x 1 5 L-, A W., 174 f 'va up Alpha Delta Pi fFounded at Wesleyan Female College, 18512 - 'fab'-. ALPHA ALPHA CHAPTER Established 1914 Colors-Blue and VVhite Flofwer-Violet PAULINE BETZ ARDIS BUNTINO ESTHER BUTLER HELEN DRAPER AUDREY BEISE HELEN BOND VERA BRYCE RUTH HARRISON IRMA BAIR CHARLA BOWLES HAZEL COSTELLO Faculty MIss GRACE CRAVEN Graduate Student GRACE SANDHOUSE Seniors ALICE CASEY NIVARTHA ,GROMER Juniors ANNE LEROSSIGNOL Sojnlzomores CORNELIA MCMURRAY WIEBKA NAGEL IVIARY ELIZABETH' OLsEN OPAL MEYERS Fresh men DOROTHY FRAZIER MARJORlE HAMILTON NELLIE HILTON HAZEL LASHLEY 335 ZELDA JONES , MYRLE SMITH GEORGIA NEWSOM KATHRYNE SCHAEI-'ER BLANCHE RICH MARGUERITE ROBBINETTE KATHRYN MCKEE MILORED MORGAN JEAN PURVIS RUTH WARRINER JEAN STAUFFER K. FARNSWORTH, HUM, BURRAGE, MCNUTT, V. MARSH. S'rr:kuNc, IVICDONALD, GODD.XRD, B. FARNSVVORTH. AfICCLUNG, Scmvmn, ISENSEE, CORLETT. Lolznmrrz, SIMPSON, NORTI'ICUTT, ORD. IVIORAN, FRAME, AN'rR1M, SEGERBURG. VPHOMPSON, SERVICE, RJARSH, TINGLEY, IVICINTOSH. Kappa Alpha Theta . Y ,, Y, . I Ay-, -,-2 -' - - ,mf 5,5 . .-- X y , ,.... .. Q K f , 1 , ' . T., 336 Jim: I Kappa Alpha Theta fFounded at De Paufw Unifverxily, 18701 -1 BETA IOTA CHAPTER Established 1921 Color:-Black and Gold Flofwer-Black and Gold Pansy Faculty LILLIAN BENSON IVIARGARET PRICE SYBEL STERLING Graduate MARY TINGLEY Seniors MARJORIE FRAME MARGARET LOEBNITZ MARGARET MCINTOSH VIRGINIA ANTRIM BARBARA FARNSWORTH KATHRINE FARNSWORTH HELEN GODDARD FLORENCE THOMAS, FLORENCE NORTHCUTT MERRYL SCHWIND VIRGINIA CORLETT ELIZABETH HUM Juniory VIOLETTE MARSH EDITH MARSH Sophomorex RUTH ISENSEE FRANCES BURRAGE Frexhnzen DOROTHY MAE SIMPSON KATHRYN SEGERBERC HELEN SERVICE 337 FLORENCE MCCLUNT. EVA MCNUTT FRANCES THOMPSON RUTH MCDONALD LOIS ORD ESTH ER D AVIS SARAH DERSHAM MARY LOUISE STERLINI VERONA MORAN CARTER, PHILLIPS, BACFADZEAN, BONE. WATTS, CUIWMINS, Hoxrr, j. FULLER. JONES, M. FULLER, Rows, SCHLUETER, LOVELAND VAUGIIN, RICE, BORLAN, WILDY. GLASCOE, KILEY, LIOUGHTIZLIN, XVILSON, Alpha Phi 338 Alpha, Phi KFounded at Syracuse Unifverxity, 18722 V an V76 , if lb-ll ' BETA GAMMA CHAPTER Established 192+ Colors--Bdrdeaux ancl Silver Grey Flofwer-Forget-me-not and Lily of the Valley MARIE STUBBS HELEN BORLAND ALICE JONES MARION FULLER JULIA FULLER JEANETTE KILEY GWENDOLYN BON E Faculty . Seniors MARGUERITE CUMMINS DOROTHY LOVELAND - HELEN SOI-ILEUTER ' . I Juniors GRACE GLASCO HELEN HOLT I'IELEN PHILLIPS Sophomores JEAN MCFADZEAN LOUISE RICE Freshmen MARION CARTER 339 CATHERINE VOWELL ELIZABETH VAUGHN, , NINA WATTS EUNICE ROWE RUTH WILDY VERDA WILSON MARION HOUGHTELIN TAHENY, KEPLINGER, DOWNEY, VIGIL. JOHNSON, CRAMMER, BARTLET, DICKSON. H. MURRAY, WADE, W1LsoN. WHITE, ANDERSON, RANK, BRANT. FINLEY, H. IVIURRAY, GAUMER, GILBERT Pi Delta 340 If' Pi Delta KE:tabIi.vhed at the Unifverxily of Colorado, 19231 ISABELLA DOWNEY FLORENCE ANDERSON LAVALETTE BRANT PHOEBE GAUMEE LAETA BARTLET MABEL KEPLINGER .9 .R x Seniors Juniors MABEL DICKSON CECILIA VIGIL Sophomore: FRANCES TAHENY HELEN MURRAY VIVIAN JOHNSON Freshmen ETI-IEL CRAMMER EDNA GUILBERT 341 MILDIIED FINLEY MILDRED WADE ETHEL WILSON EDITH MILLEDGE VIRGINIA RANK EVELYN WHITE Association of Independent Women PREAIVIBLE TO CONSTITUTION We, the independent women students of the University of Colorado, in order to foster a spirit of fellowship, to promote a more active participation in university affairs, scholastic as well as extra-curricular, among independent women, and above all to further to the best of our ability a spirit of democracy among all university women, do ordain and establish the following constitution. ARTICLE II I Any regularly registered non-sorority woman shall be eligible for membership in this organization, provided that she shall comply with the following requirements: 1. She shall make written application at any time during the year on blanks procurable at the olhce of the dean of women, which shall be sealed and dropped into a box designated for the purpose. This application shall be read to a committee composed of the president and two members of the Association of Independent Women elected by that body. The dean of women shall act as a member ex-ofhcio. The applicant shall be notified of her acceptance within two days after the next meeting of the committee. 2. She shall pay dues of two dollars a quarter. CLARA BAKER ELIZABETH BALI. BERYL BLAKE HELEN BOYD VERA BOYINGTON GEORGIABELLE CARSON GLORIA COLLINS BEATRICE CORCORAN OLA FAY CROUCH MILDRED DICE BESSIE FoREsTER Ill embers TNGIE FREEMAN IRMA MAsT BERNICE JACKSON MARIE KRAUSE AGNES LAW GRACE IVIILLIER BERNICE NEIL RUTH PITTs WILLENA PORTER ESTHER ROSE ADELAIDE SPRINGSTEAD 342 ROENE STARK WAUNITA STARK PEARL SURBURGG HELEN THOMAS ALICE TWIST BERNITA VANDER LAS THELMA WEDDING MRS. WIL1-'ORD WHITE TDONNA WIGGLESWORTH ALICE WILDEY g -IESSIE WITTEMEYER A A .7 1 , 4 1 I 1,f g1? i'a , 1 1 1 ,V4 1 I' ' X . , 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 I 1 1 1 1'11 ,H 1 5 ' V1 fs I 41 U! 1 -. 'I l, .31 11, 1 in-1 1 F 1 1 1 1 .N -1 1" ' 'I . 1 1 1 '-1 1, 1 i 1 , .1 1 It V """' I 1 344 umor. zgnd Adveru mg I 1-ufjlff - -M. 1, x 712 ..N ! -X HUIVIOIWZAD XX- ff w if 7 Z 44 WW? k L J NNW gg x Q Q W WW kfifw 'X NS ff XM M ax ff xy WWW Q K ' W X www s 41 ff X I f w,s l ff? 4 11z!fQM4,ffJ7Y-7 1 X . X Tl Q. X X- 7 A wpw X f , E X diff, ' f --K ' ,LN 5, f R-N 4? ff ' T if w 5 M' -- K ms. , 41 i I f N 'xy..-Q':f.4xX'.f1L:a':1 . 7. K A A -.x-- J Mi ffl - N 'N hxx,lXiX1gR3fKEf1,l: ll A G ye, Ex f X 5 Q ,QL QQ -fzffflv f fl f Ki WD JW gf! W fxf -1 xl XY 3 55' 0 Q HW! U7 X 1' ,XMI 'Z Xw U , f CEM Q, N? K' X 5 " x F' -I i 'I' 1 ' Q H SM if E A IWMXIM 1 X wil' ., -f g:---1 ' " f 4 CJ lv 'ff , . W M 9f!,WZ7'? Z5 .1154 U lEg242jz3wl1fff,W In f W' 4 ,' "'- ,mi Egg' I 1, I xg! iii, ,,fInf7Ag 'rry rW?'f,W4 :rg 214715- ,f7v' v. ,M 141 ffl ' We - -:,j1,,4f f f ' X , W iff, 0 4 "x 1 fp'42f':g 3, - i HAL- 'Ifff 4 X ' A 59'Qfi---4-' A - my me Wg' fix X 4,,,,-fl:,"' ffi,.f"rWW-W xx, lv n , 1 Lffi'-'ig-5-T :l':ln'4IHl M All IN N xx lff.2 ff' f1'M .f . 345 A Word of Appreciation To those merchants and business concerns, both in Boulder and in Denver, Who, through their advertise- ments appearing herein, have made such a substantial ex- pression of their goodwill and loyalty to the University. Without their support, this Annual could never have been a financial success. It is the duty of every student in the University to give them the same loyal support as they have lent us. JOHN R. ADAMS, Business Manager. 346 4 J 4- I . Here's to Good Old Colorado U.! :: : g ' They've Found it Hard to Beat I-Ier. -3 'Q Alnd Yozfll Find No Better Candy than The Kind that "Makes Life Sweeter',- A "hyd QS BRECHT CANDY CU' Many Dainty Assortments in Most Attractive Pack- Deflvefv Colorado ages, including BRECHTS Sextette Chocolates and the Popular "Get-Acquaintedn Package. QUALITY SERVICE THE UNIVERSITY CAFETERIA 1114 THIRTEENTH STREET BOULDER, COLORADO See Us About Dinner Parties and Banquets B. 153SVV If we're to be, as most folks know, the place where service ls, You boys and girls must make a rule to come here with your biz. For if all you Mols on Um' hill would buy hardware where you should, We'cl be, fin fact, the biggest store in this whole neighborhood. THE WILSON HARDWARE CO. IZTH AND PEARL I Tl1ere's Health in Every Drop-TI-IE WINDSOR FARM DAIRY 349 MV: . mul , fha, , , ,, ,, , W A ,I J? V 35 ff' ?l Q ff Y' Qu ':" 5 i MW, 4 ,,.. ,. 4, 'tv-MJ: -, ,ll 'f , live: 5:2111 ,.: m .,., . Nw 5 , 'w ip 1 P W., Tl 1 AL 1 5 'J i ,w , 3 Ig, 'l il fx Mr . W ,Q s, .23 QM lx F' i R, Rf W 's wIL'f..i . -. W ,y . I3 E .AH RI YJ v Q! t -Y 1 L A W lt! MQ ' sw, . .iq Q Y ei FV-, i l fl ESL i ,L 1 I izll - A T 1 '5Q'.""1 A ,Q H W file-? 1 V. fu 1 ' 1? iz! Eff- QE l EA Eff U, 1 , H V! ng If 14 Y ,g ' 54 nj A 43 , i f..N..w: f , -M -W E ,W , , ,- ,.-. ,, ,A ,- --H W, A ,. f,f 1. Ma , ' M. "1,., . ,gg ' . Q I -'L " 13:5 ' 77771 Y LA H.. .V . ,gf Y -., A .K S 1,-., LV, 5 ',. 1 350 . I I 1 1 Q15 BESf?dTj15F1ED tc Buff Silk ZSQWZ THE PALACE STUDIO 11230 PEARL ST REET PHONE 443Wl- OUT WEST PHOTO SHOP We Photograph AW TIM? Any Tzme ' , S Any Place H. P. GERLACH ' Commercial Photographer 351 , iii 1, .,-: ur ,511 1-v 1 Q E-'sl ,gi EEL wrgw 'J ,s Wil 5., 1 'Vis . , , , , , , X. 1 22 I , . ,Vg W 11 ' li 4h -VJ ,, UA , , 1 1 352 PERSONACLIT2' POR TRAITS harles F. SHOW Q TIE 5 Ighotographer ' IN YOUR TOWN 5 Studio Exfzzblixhed 2 IQIO MADE ON HONOR 'Q There's Health in Every Drop-THE. WINDSOR FARM DAIRY 353 ' I N . ,uw ,I-3 M! ?5.a:- 91.5 HI fi Vg ylli 1 ? V, ww? "JG ,-I1 N 354 Market Street Denver Colorado TEACHERS NEEDED DAILY FOR BEST SCHOOLS DENVER, COLORADO THE F1514 TEACHERS' AGENCY, INC. NI. E. SHUCK, Ph. D. President and Nfzunugcr It always pfljd' to pzzfronize flze bas! We Place You in the Better Positions EEZZEEEFSLRQSRQTEE E E ' ' I I, 39 7""5R0ClU'fV 7Z'24 2 - 4-l0'U.S.NA1fBA'NKBLDC.DENVER.COLQQ'.'i' . 'fi " X WHEN YOU THINK WE GIVE YOU FLOWERS R THE SERVICE WEEKS fff Rqfkwoief BARBER 821-17th Street Denver 1228 Pearl Sf. Phone 612-W 355 Razz Apple There was a house party last spring at which the two chaperones became unman- ageable. Everybody became pleasantly hilarious with the exception of one co-ed, a Tri Delt, and her escort. Parties like that are fairly scarce. We guessed we missed something. Remember the little Kappa who used to indulge in the gentle art of kissing during semi-lighted waltzes down at Citizenls Hall last spring! And the Delta Gamma pledge at the depot when the Utah special pulled out! And the blond Beta who wanted the train to delay departure last summer! All of which calls from us this unfortunate effort, brooding over which we were unable to contain ourselves. Note, the poem was censored. Boys, take heed! A good looking Sigma Chi who transferred here this year, called up the Kappas and told them he would like to come to their dance. He got a date alright. Remember the co-ed who said, '!Yes, we will take off our galoshes if the men will take off their valentinosn? Imagine a bevy of Alpha Chis on their way to Eldorado last spring. They get a puncture. A man on a horse comes along and offers to fix it for them. They ride his horse while he fixes their puncture. All this time they are in their outing suits. Interesting matter for thought. One of their number with her sister went to Colorado Springs. They put a sign on their automobile, "Yes, we have no datesf' They were alone that afternoon. That night they were in better company. We know so much about the Delta Gammas we canlt waste words telling it all. For instance, there is the Freshman who met a Sigma Chi one afternoon and asked him to take her to the dance that night. He did, and she paid the way. There is the one who announced herself at the table as the "Gift of God to Men.!, There are those who use the new Phi Delt House for their secret rendezvous. We also know all about the man who made a late call and had to come out of the window, and we know which window it was. , The Tri Delts are still laughing-lover thelincident that happened just after their first jitney dance. One of the doors was found locked on the inside, the screen also on the inside, and the window open. VVho contracted the debt for the ,curling iron, the bill for which was found ad- dressed to a Kappa Sig commissioner in the student mail box? To think that a Kappa would have to ask a Sig Alph to take her to the Junior Prom on her own complimentary ticket. K Frequent complaints have come in lately regarding a small Theta. She tried to drive a Ford up the steps of the Library one time. Once she was all alone when she Hs- O Pure Mar From Inspected I-Ierds-TI-IE w1NDsoR FARM DAIRY 356 fell into the lake and got wet. Now she has helped herself to raiment from the boudoir of a Tri Delt whom she did not know and who did not know her. VVe have it all straight about the sorority house that put on a celebration last spring after finals. P. S.-Identification, etc., after we graduate. Those public after-the-dance parties on the front porch of the Alpha Delt house will have to be stopped. It has also been suggested that the mechanics who call there in the afternoon park their "earn by the house and not across the street. Two Independent girls dressed as men took their "dates" to the dance the other night. We wish they would get together with the men who played the parts of fair co-eds last Spring. lst Fusser-Where yu goiny? 2nd Fusser-To Greenman's for a plug of Climax. I got a date at the Pi Delt house. Who can pardon the two A. T. 0. boys who went to the trouble of crawling out of an upstairs window in order to leave early from the dance to which they had been invited? y Sigma Phi Epsilon is a college social fraternity, with especial emphasis on the "social" part. Their true spirit is shown by the fact that while two of their members were visiting a nearby town one of them became lost. Wlien the other one found him he was filling in for the fourth member of a negro quartet who had passed out. f ,g25i.Q22gg'7. ,f ' , I ff I I I -N 41 X-I I I if 1' . 4 f " 1 :aww .f X Wff"c'w W 1 . '-yfQ'.1' 'I IW f W W ' WV ' Wfll Q..s+.uo.,f-I!! ,QW illiii ' A40 'WS' Early Service Everywhere-THE WINDSOR FARM DAIRY 357 U X 358 THE STORE FUR YOU HAVE M CONFIDENCE INF ua lty Plumbing Varszty Men Buy Their Clothes ALVVAYS ' v I ' . Q G 1 E?-' . . BQM0 Plumbing 81 Heating Company PROMPT SERVICE ' in Our Mail Order Department Phone NELT +985 ER-'cf Mining Machinery S Q Laboratory Apparat . . f . , . MIN SUDPIIBS lu ,L Ch mists Supplies Electr' I ECI ipment ff " 1, A y Eq 'pment Elet Isppii 3 'Q A ysppu 1 ft yvilflgynffubl ag h 'V I-:QS 3 c I PBI' ,""ffcirv-uiwg Pure Milk From Inspected Herds-THE WINDSOR FARM DAIRY 359 This picture was taken in the face of impending danger and at a considerable risk not only to those who appear in it, but also to the photographer. We may' add that it little depicts the true feelings of those concerned. ' The small fellow on the far right is the only one who appears as though he might be suffering from untold fright. On the far left there is an expression of trial and tribulation as though the man behind it had been through a severe ordeal. With the exception of these two the crowd has ajovial appearance. Observe closely, gentle reader, and you will see in this picture two men who a short time ago clinched in a hand to hand revolver duel in chapel. You may also observe that all of these smiling faces belong to lawyers. Ah, yes, lawyers. That explains it. Lawyers-fools-dumb gunsels-have they no knowledge of the law, that they should appear before the camera with STOLEN GOODS. Disguise it as they would, the idolized emblem behind which they stand betrays itself. It belongs to the Engineers. Anyone could tell thatg it says so in large letters across its face. Derbies, canes, and jumping-jacks all fail to hide the true character of that long piece of flannel that hides their baggy knees. And lookl they have attempted to better 'effect a sorry disguise of the thing by holding their hands in front of it. Fool, fools, all fools. Why did they not open their hands so that they could hide more space. They have not covered up a single letter which is printed there. Must we be blind that such men may accomplish their purpose. Ah, fate, that such could be. - The moral and purpose of this little picture seems to be that he who enjoys last does not always enjoy best. 360 eff Sefreiarzdl or Hxefuizbe Y90fz'iz'0n comes quickly to the good stenographer Who is Well trained and shows initiative and ability. Lay the foundation now that Will place you in the ranks of successful business men and Women. PITMAN OR GREGG SHORTHAND RABER SCHOOL OF BUSINESS DAY AND EVENING CLASSES Room 3-74 Broadway Denver, Colorado Tie Qfflberf T6dC!Z67f, Qffgengf 802 Symes Building Denver, Colorado Managed by John Girdler LLB. '06, A. B. '07 UNIVERSITY OF COLGRADO 361 362 The Alex. Simpson, slr. Q 9 "dugout Company Local Selling Agents for Q49 Gano-Downs O . 1209-iam 306 Colorado National Bank Building DENVER, COLO. UNDER BIDE-A-WEE EEAUTY AND LONGER lL,lllEE 4 55133 q,QEfQfQ is given to buildings when U 52 Q finished with be M MURTRY Ill ,BQ C 9 i mg M29 Paints and Varnishes f "i is 055' air. WZ V gig fllanufactured by DW Slillilg llv f 6 may am z lb! ill' C as is M. MIIRTRY My ' ' I MANUFACTURINGCQ K l l 'AL' wig PAINT AND VARNISH MAKERS , Plate, Vlfinclow Glass and Mirrors ie fx e ' ' ,51 1 P ' 1533 Ampfihoe St. .59 "Li 'halaix 014 5 will DENVER The McAllister Lumber 81 Supply Co., Agents l Early service Everywhere-T1-IE WINDSOR FARM DAIRY 363 1 . A w s . 1 Z I.',,,i . i I E-fi MU 1 ' Q .ifil , ,, .W Qi I 14,2 Elwgl L5"!l 101 , . zfk, WM e'r'1,y iw. Hi 'Q 5 '4 . , N., I , V1 if ' EJ , X 36-1- I1 'LIN P. Vlorm, '98 EUGENE WEBER Wood 81 Weber ' ' dl Z EEEEEEEEE He em Gas 507 Tramway Bldg. Phone Main 5645 DENVER, COLORADO Derignx, Repartr, Alppraimlx, Comulta- 2035 TWELFTH STREET tion, Superfuixion, Hydraulic, Steam, Elfdrfc Installatiom' Telephone Q USQMEEE LE, hired E A gy 'I-ze I QTNALMGL THE MODEL LAUNDRY , MURRAY Gi OGDEN, Proprietors Corner mth and VValnut Streets Phone Boulder 339 , "Enroll ' onsholdts any, mme" Gre S60 y P The - Bo lder B siness Excluswe Womerfs U U . College Wearmg Apparel A. C. H ermcmu, .ZlfICL7'L0,g6'l' PHONE 1003 IQZUM-12th Sfreez EARL BLOCK 365 Brown The W Derby Club CC111y Lawyers Need Applyj THE COLORADO FUEL dc IRON COMPANY Wire Nails Miscellaneous nails, brads, cement coated nails, tinned, blued, anil gal- vanized nails, wire spikes, special nails. ' Wire Wire rods, plain annealed wire, annealed bale Wire, plain galvanized wire, annealed market and stone wire, bright soft market Wire, galvanized market and stone Wire, coppered and liquor-Iinished market wire, wire hoops, N Nail Wire, hard, soft, or extra soft, solid galvanized clothes lines, wire straightened and cut to lengths, telephone Wire, twisted cable wire, extra heavy galvanized wire for winding stave pipe. Staples Fence staples, polished and galvanized, poultry netting staples, con- crete staples, blind staples, hoop staples, barrel staples, basket staples, tub staples, liame staples, electrician staples, speaking tube staples, broom staples, clamp staples, bedspring staples, and other special staples, double pointed tacks. Barb Wire Barb wire, painted and galvanized, 2-pt. and 4-pt,, hog and cattle Wire. Single Loop Bale Ties, Field Fence Poultry F ence ' Pig Iron Spiegel, Bessemer, and Open Hearth Blooms anzl Billets. Steel Rails Plain splices and angle bars, angles, channels, track bolts, track spikes, bridge and machine bolts, lag screws, nuts, rivets, steel bands, rolled thread for wooden stave pipe, twisted bars for reinforced concrete. Bar Iron and Steel Steel shafting, R. E. steel and iron tire toe calk, plow, lay, slight shoe, rough lock, mild and machinery steel, screen bars. Cast iron water and gas pipe and specials. Steam and Domestic Coal, Coke GENERAL OFFICES BOSTON A BUILDING, DENVER, COLORADO 367 363 IF YOU LIKE THE VVORK VVE DlD FOR YQU Call and See Us 215011112 BR Wi -BYER PHOTUGRAPI-llC STUDIO l-P52 Tremont St. Clzrzzzzjm 8130 Denver, Colo. Illain 1785 Club Breakfast Luncheons 40c Teas Dinners 60c Bide-a-Wee Varsity Hall, 1211 Thirteenth What if cz Clotfzing Stare? So many square feet of floor space-so many hun dred desirable suits in orderly array-dressing rooms mirrors, skillfully placed lights. But picture the trouble you would encounter in select ing a suit if the clothing store was operated on the Cafeteria plan. It is the salesmen who make the store-who biino you the size and fabric and style that pleases you and always with a brisk courtesy that saves you time in making the right selection. VV:-3 are proud of our salesmen, For the first, thank competent buyers. For the sec ond, give all credit to experienced salesmen and for the third, thank this store for handlinb quality merchandise that gives satisfaction. The Hub Store 369 Steak and Waffle House P 'K H ...W .......x.. ......,, l .N 24. iii mf YN"Ei2T':?f5':s ,5 S B GRA SBR C EDGAR. CHURCH' Gnq owersf , A 1982 Broadway K I bmw' ,... .,,. 4 I. si! Q My iff? w, :um , : , M W 5 X! ,M Paw 55? 3 . M f' 52 1 ' v w ' 1 fs w Qi gL11:2i if ,'fLn . 'N 9 .5 gp I 1 Til M i I1 Ft. r ff E fi aww 3 5 ying? Veg, NVQ' flag FH 'fig 3,1351 55554 fx. Hug' We 3 fmii 5, 5 3 fu-fs' 3 U 1 ui Y -I I wi ie ?T W 5 E E 1 Eh, X 5 A wi 1 'S pm I-WM" - 'f 'i:f:'i'f:':t'?:f''A"Q"Af'k"3m" X '------ ggi, -- I 1 -figfgwf Q Q ,il ,"' , g 3 1 ,,.A,,, , - ....,,,,.,... . Y ' "' ' . .,.,,.- nw.-X ,..Q..... ..........,.,.-,..,,.-.f....,..., ,...-..,.......-..,..-..,-......-.,,W,-x,..,,,...-.--1- 5 5 We flwmk you -for the privilege of sharing With you-the Commendation and the blame ofthe 1914 Coloradoan I p fl-l'Kistler5tatinnerg Q9 Q v in gf! B I W ,, jj l656'46 Champa St Cwaxn-4QGD i" Primers ofthe 1924 Coloradoan 371 Visiting the Mormons Frankly, folks, we hesitate to attempt any dissemination of facts relating to the Utah trip this year, but-well we won't waste words, don't read this article if you know anything about it. s Mayor Nesslen of Salt Lake said it all in these words, addressed to Colorado men after the game, "we will either have to double the police force or throw the town open to you, and we haven't time to double the force." That was the match that lit the fuse that-whoo-hoo, Powder River-let ,er buck. J Even jack Dempsey let one prominent Canary put a Colorado arm band on him with the admonition, "if you get into any trouble, Jack, come to me." Everything that night was as though there never had been a distance of several hundred miles between Boulder and Salt Lake. The boys were all treated like natives. Everyone had a date that night, and one Chi Psi in particular had a good one. She got his watch, his pin, and ten dollars. He got all of it back but the ten dollars. Perhaps he would rather have gotten the money. Another Chi Psi broke a glass on the floor of one of the high class cabarets, and the manager was tolerant enough to allow him to remain in the place. "Nick," "Lady Nick's,' substitute, was stolen by the Utah boys before the game, and was paraded before the full stands with a nice sign on its back. It was returned during the game, however. Several prominent Boulder business men were on the trip, too. One of them hired an army mule to take the place of the wandering donkey after that mascot had disap- peared from the ranks of the Canaries. Another one said he was not sorry he took the trip, and others have made similar statements. A small A. T. O. rode the mule out to the game. He is the same one who was leading a parade through the train on the way h'ome when his baton collided with the head of one of the important members of the coaching staff just as the train gave an un- expected lurch. At the same time one of the boys in another car learned that it is in- judicious to try to shave on a fast moving train. Q WVe have been told that there were a large number of 'fbums" on the train, and that the diner service far superceded the pullman service, but we have no definite or authenticated information on this subject and will refrain from mentioning it. One man, a graduate of the University last year, and a very prominent Phi Delt, who is now located at Salt Lake, met some of his many friends and had such a good time that he missed a meeting that night at which he was scheduled to preside. Even some of the citizens of Salt Lake had an enjoyable time. One of them left his girl in his car at the depot while he went through the gates to see the Colorado boys off. He remained on the train and came all the way to Boulder. Someone beat the conductor to his berth on the way back, so he went to the bag- gage car where he slept on a box. Everything was democracy. The Sig Phi Ep sweet- meat vendors had all the help they wanted when it came to selling their wares. One man got so enthusiastic he tossed their sandwiches out to all comers. Perhaps he thought things were on a socialistic scale. And speaking of democracy, the Law and the Engineers held a joint rally on the way over. We would terminate this little account with the story of the feat that the red- headed Delt accomplished after the mustached Beta had failed, but space forbids us to continue indefinitely so here we end. 372 'ASEE GRAHAM FIRST" for Columbia evenly FELLOW Calls a Yellow igiENK1NG H 21 i 1 T h e rn Cadillac Cars for A n y W h e r e Mountain Trips PHONESQOPHONE GRAHAM FURNITURE CO. YELLOVV CAB CO. ' 1139 Pearl St. DAVID WILSON, BOULDER Telephone Boulder 453 Manager COLORADO Louis Berman 1326 Pearl Street POCKET BILLIARD PARLOR Cigars and Tobacco "The Place Where College' Fellows DONT FORGET US for that steak on your hike Meats that tickle your taste University Hill Market Carroll D. VVright Meet" 1118-13th sr. Phone 669 Ask Your 1 QUALITY Boulder Dealer ICE CREAM ' for PHONES C MAIN 42854286-1049 1117-1128 WELTON STREET P. O.BoX 635 DENVER, COLORADO 2 , . , A 1 I P 5 K , 21,4 ' ' 1 1 ' i 2 K ..,, M H Q ' :Mi ., fl . 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Fear is probably the great- A' ' , ' , , I - I h d P an 'me "' Diliatxonallrlstltution iii ?" 35-um am: incaag-M L I iufq It k p lrorn getting th rld as one g . Q P 1 pp e h Q 'I 'C' 0111 Ill lut to do with the W " - feels. CLOTHES COUNT- J. H. BASTIN, REP,, 1335 COLLEGE 375 1 1' l X w I 'c 4 VU if Jw X241 if EQ vgl 254: ' r 1, f Q il we vs HW il A b N we Mi 'mg iiwwl ,MNH W maj 5 ii if Ie M TN 5 1-x I V E :I :ian 11 WE? Quai h'Tl I. wx 11 i Er , 12 LJ Wg W Sf? 255555 J Q1 sg 5 55,35 V7 '- E 15, iq 32:5 ml.: W5 ani? ii, ..W, ii 1 1 : 11 J ,J I I A Qblherflng mlb PUBLISHED TOO OFTEN BY THE DISSEMBLED STUDENTS OF THE U. OF C. PEBBLE, COLORADO, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 192A SALISBURY SHOOTS PRESIDENT OF A. S. U. C. DUNN DONE UNLESS MORE SUITABLE DODO MATERIAL COMES IN A last call has been issued by Lawrence Dunn. editor of the Dodo for some decent ma- terial for the next issue. Dunn declared that an abundance of material had come in, but that it has all been rejected by the board of censors. He made the further state- ment that he will resign the editorship unless aspiring jour- nalists use more discretion in the future with their pens for he says he must "decline to be an editor of a publication whose main purpose seems to be to entertain the censor board appointed by the facul- tv " LAW SCHOOL SCORES UNSUSPECTED TALLY ON ENGINE STUDES Another whizzer was run on the Engineers. Fifteen Law students, disguised as grave- diggers, plumbers, s t r e e t sweepers and stokers, entered the machine shop yesterday afternoon and dismantled the outlay of equipment there. do- ing damage which it has been estimated will run into a sum exceeding ten dollars. The engineers were taken by utter surprise and, if the latest reports are to be relied upon, some of them still think it was only a joke. Due to the systematic prep- aration made by the jurists no casualties were reported. The Engineers were so stupified by the unnatural actions of those who appeared to be their brothers in a common course that they were unable to com- prehend the true import of the visit until long after it had been completed and the damage done. It has been reported that the president looks on the matter with unsupressed in- terest. I-Ie is, however, as he has frequently said, unbiased, and it will be recalled that in a recent speech he made the statement, "Let the best school win." SOPHS HANG HEADS AFTER SACK SCRAP DEFEAT BY FROSH For the first time in the his- tory of the University since some time ago the Sophs went down to defeat at the hands of the puny Frosh. It hap- pened on Gamble Field. The contest was to bc one of brawn, but in order to avoid unnecessary exertion on the part of both teams every- thing had been arranged so that the Sophs were to secure the winning tally during the last ten seconds of play. All through the fracas the fight seemed about even Cas had been arrangedj. Then. according to schedule the Frosh ran down the field with the winning point, but just as the Sophs took out after them faccording to scheduley to bring back that tally and save the day. the judgo's whistle sounded. It is claimed by the Sophs that some small freshman set the referee's watch ahead, and they demand a new contest, but the Frosh resist this on the ground that the contest has been postponed already twelve times, and another postponement would make it necessary to hold the thing during the summer quarter when the ranks of both classes would be materially reduced. MEETING or SIGMA maui cm 2:30 mniv AT Mn. cnusmnws nrnct AMENDMENT LOST After appearing to have a clear Held for adoption, the amendment p r o p o s i n g ap- pointment of the editor of the Silver and Gold was lost by a slight margin. To be adopted the amendment required two- thirds of the votes cast and by actual count it received the 377 VIOLENT ROW TAKES PLACE IN POOL HALL AS TWO SETTLE SCORE Robert Pleus. president of the Associated Students of the University, is confined to his home today, and Jack Salis- bury is Linder official investi- gation following a shooting orgy that took place in Ber- man's Pool Hall last night. Two shots were heard. Pleus was found lying prostrate on the floor with a weapon by his side, and Salisbury was seen dashing from the front door of the establishment with his collar hanging over one shoul- der, his hair disheveled, and his face streaked with dirt and perspiration. VVitnesses to the affair de- clare they saw the two enter the hall in the midst of a vio- lent argument on prohibition. Just which side of the argu- ment each contended for is not definitely known. When the argument had come just short of blows, Pleus is said to have openly challenged Salisbury to mortal combat. Disappearing around the cor- ner nothing was seen of the two until the shots were heard and Pleus was found lying on the floor. Corroborating all that these witnesses claim to have seen, Salisbury's story is as follows: "Vile went into the hall to avoid a public scene. Pleus challenged me and I accepted. Four balls were put on the table, and the one to sink two of them was to be conceded the winner of the argument. T won the toss and shot twice. Both shots were good. Pleus passed out. and I ran for med- ical assistance. I undid my collar for more freedom of ac- tion. T don't know how my face got dirty." approval of nearlyone-half of those who voted. As a result of the ballot the amendment was, of course, lost, but more serious conse- quences have arisen. Robert Pleus, president of the A. S. U. C., who was severely reprimanded when he tried to speak from the chair, Continued an page 4, rol. 2 , , , ,. ,. 1-. , ....-..- ,, . . . , W-- ,,..,-..,.., If I em, 5 . M ,, 2 SHIVER-ING COLD, FRIDAY, APRIL l, 1924 SHIVER-ING COLD Published now and then to keep the students posted on LAW SCHOOL campus gossip. Entered as last class matter. Subscription rate-too much. EDITORIAL STAFF Baldy Spring ....,, Editor-in-chief Bill Charley .,..... 1 .... News Editor Geo. Heavmer ,....... Sport Editor Gee McRimmon ...,,,..,....,.......... ...........,.,,.....VVomen,s Editor Este Taylor ..,.,....... Sport Editor Considerable Brains ..,............. Editor Burre Dine .......... Society Editor Georgie Sen .,,. Exchange Editor REPORTERS Anyone with a snappy tongue, long nose, big ears and a quick wit. MANAGERIAL STAFF Fired, C ON FLAGSTAFF Let us have a C on Flag- staff. The students have nothing to gaze up at during the inter- vals between classes. It would be stable, and of sterner material than paper. Prep students could not so readily change it to a P, and visiting trains from Kansas City could not change it to a K. Furthermore, whereas the smallest trees, now on the mountain side where the C would be placed, are beyond the pale of vision of the ordi- nary student, the C would not be. It would be quite visible to the blindest student that can read small print. Also it will keep the Fresh- men busy each year trying to keep the thing covered with white paint. It will, therefore, keep them out of mischief, thereby restraining them from putting their numerals all over everybody's front doors. There is only one plausible objection that we can see to the plan. It will put Torch and Shield out of a job. That is unfortunate. The good of the majority must prevail. But, perhaps it is for the good of the minority also. W- II, QQf...1, DIGS FROM CAMPUS PENS Howe E. Daubs once said, in speaking on the rule against perpetuities, "If you get away without getting caught, the chances are you are free," Mr. Daubs is a well-known color artist. I-Ie was a charter member of the Arts School of this University. This, from outward appear- ances, might be taken to be the slogan adopted by the Arts students since the recent reg- ulation of their conduct by the Law students. Lately they have been going out ot' that building through the main en- trance poorly concealed under the coat tails of some flabby attorney, or behind an arm- load of books carried by some student of the law. It seemed the lawyers had suddenly become near-sighted, but no,-there is a reason! Last week a Law student was seen crawling through the basement entrance of Old Main on his hands and knees. He had been wrinkled, his eyes were black, his hair was mussed up. and his collar was gone. He belonged in a class up- stairs, and said he had been attacked while making his way thither. These, he said, were his instructions. VVhether or not he took this sad tale back to his brethren is a matter of conjecture. but we have noticed a decided dif- ference lately in the attitude toward Arts students from the other side of the campus. . NOTICES Important meeting of Man- dolin Club in Library this evening. All members are urged to bring'their saxa- phones. Cosmopolitan Club meeting this evening in the Chi Psi Lodge. at 11 o'clock. Bring your K. K. K. robes. Important meeting of Cana- ries at 5 o'clock. Three mem- bers is a quorum by especial enactment of last meeting. Let the three who come be prepared to do big business. 'if"- "" f "" - "" - "" - "" '- "" -M- "" -'E' Bolfs Bobbing Shop Boulderaclo Hotel ' I What we don't pull out I we bend over I ,Ifp..un1,mi,,,.1,,,,1,,,,-,,,.1,,,,i,,,,1,, I ..'g::..1'2:' , ., . ' .. V 5 wi' ,,,4,,,,,,,m,,,,,,..-,,V,,e,,.,,,..-.,v .W -:-- -..,.... .,.,.. ..,..,..-.Q-:.tee....,,...., ,df--1 DODO STAFF FLUNKS Another link in the life of the Dodo was welded last quarter when the flunking of the staff took place as usual. Candidates for the positions are now scarce, and it is re- ported that fa-culty clemency will be asked for in theffuture when marks are meted out to eligibles for staff positions on that publication. ,New appointments will be ngiade this afternoon from the compiled list of candidates. .gu-uu-mI-mI-ml-In-ml-ml-ann-in I I E , 5 I Take All 5 I I I 5 For nice expensive haber- 5 I dashery drop in and look I I a ro u n d I SLUMBER soUND IN I OUR SINK I I A College shop in I I a One-Horse Town I I I .i,..I..-I. -... -...I-I...-....-I...-I..-.IIi. .g.....I..-.. -....- -...-..I-I.......- 4. l S Yellow .Cab I I I Spend s o m e I I m ore on your I I dates, take a I I 'C YELLOW " I I . I 5 Three flat tures and E I reckless drivers I I I .g.-.I-....-..I-....-....-....-....-..,-mg. 5...-...-....-...-...-....-....-...-....-.g. 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' ., 5' I4 .... .,...-.. -4, ., ,,,,. ...h. . ...,... 1. 5 I 1 l Q 1 l "l ,z f i 2 '--.fL....fg.g1.g:QQ..,-....,.l.LL.,..fiil..f1'f:f.QQ,..i,-.g1,--., ' -gg.E'.,.,. --5.f,.1.- .,,, -. ..., .QQf,L,p,:L...'ffL-..... 1 I 111g-1.2- 1 , .1 ..-Q . 2.-fl ..n- , ,. i.. "'l .il SHIVER-ING COLD, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1924 3 -gg . , , 4 l I 41. : 1 Lg 1 Qi'-,,l ,nl ' WANT ADDS-CLASSIFIED ifiil ii 1 lil 1 1 VVANTED ROOMERS Kappa Sigma. Boys, sleep Pi Beta Phi. This chapter 13 ,E --l-l- in our garage during rush once rated as best in our na- , ,Lg Acacia House. The home for week until you land a pledge tional organization. VVe are ll'l1"Il l old men, You are never too button somewhere. still in the same house. '- A I old to grow young. Rates - E ea-Sy' Phi Delta Tlletil. Look US VVANVDED GUEQTQ Alpha Delta Pi The chance Over' Om' new house is k 1 ill 111' of 11 lifetime' Girls' 11'f1'-2 is A lrlglsgied.PoclZvEt,tl'hjJ112It iloltcili: 1 51111221 Qhi Owoga' Comp tzj house you won't have to buy ,mud thru I t bb-,Pt .h 16,16 111' 501114 Sufldily ffllfwl' lil ,,', to live in Rush ug bv .-LD- fl L ' 1 511 110 3911011 talnment. Make the most of ly,- ,, , ' - ' - C able. Hur td 0 t' L, t 3,,.: H I pomtmenth a co cpe e u.a lon. earn o 5' ,l T Pl- G D It I be sociable. - ' Al 1 Q N' ti 11 ll amma 0 '21, JIIW Hg l U3 giasgg,c1af3fi1.Q.i Liygrlglle students and football men Alpha Tau Omega. VVQ are i new at the game, For a nice park-your neckties hero. Easy rough. Come with a purpose. l 1-jqji - ,, - .., . . - appointments to responsible WVe don't trifle. Hang on to . . quiet college life L15 oui room . , , , , , .l in., house- University positions. watches and fur coats while wi , C' ' - visiting us. I " ll'- I.. , - 1' l ul f-11 Yfi 1 ' A -, . . " C111 Omega- Fresh air Semi- ' Close to the foothills. Get Q35 Tl2l1'lU1'1l fill' College WOITIQI1- VVO Sigma Chi. The gas-house resuscitation here. lag ,iii prefer masculine activities. gang. XVe'1-e nine, but wo -l Lil ,il Bring your own chips. VVe don't look it. Help yourself Phi Psi. The domicile ot' 'ggi f 1 don't play bridge. to pledge pins in the large box quality. Train for athletics by fi: 1 -- M by the hall rack. visiting us. Our secrets are 5 C111 PS1 L0Clg'9 ful' MEN. our own. XVe are away from 1 -NE The house of paradise. Bring , , , everything unnecegsayyl l Hai? your tml-tieth Century l1g1l5p1'- ,bielina Phi Epsilon- Finan- ,fiflii i clashery with you. Storage for C1915 S0115 WG100111e- W0.11'f1C11 Phintia. Wie never rush. N' ,i surplus baggage. 115 We 1021-1'11Gf1f 193' 9X1391'1C'11ce- Boys, drop around and see us 5 fill i - See 115 today' W0 111115' have after you are tired of the rest. Nl . , I Kappa Alpha Theta- B033-d- our quota tomorrow. an .,.,, 1113 Club .fO1' W01'1f1P11- H1211 Zecla Club. Be one of us -"iii S'-s 11162118 N195 aS5OC121U0T1S- We Sigma Rho. D0 you like and let your daughters be Al- tiff 211111 tO S2ltlSfY- fraternity life? Join he Tlqat pha. Phis. Think of the future. 1 is what We are here for. lbw 1 l WANTED YOUNG MEN f10flL2l.efn11Q1?iiE2If'f,u0Zl1?QS fs . v TA 4 f Li " U' I A ' ' 1 ' i P111 leavin Tau- 1112111161 1 M TED Y Lt Wit i12?EilOu'iOEl'?51 3? mbifiilif 1 -egg, some fussers. Overstocked ' with baseball players. Unless Delta Delta Delta. All H1112 w you are good at this game chocolate fiends eligible for IXIISCELLANEOUS' W in clon't apply. membership. Safety vaults . .5 for garments over the holi- ., 1 . ff' Alpha Sigma Phi. The only days? Matches in the kitchen. ,slgma Allgha 1111 S 119.11 sociable fraternity with a - 3131.193 Golf-t C0539 intl wi common aim. Engineers, room Delta Gamma. Plgdgg but- fl-lslllsv 13012149 S- if C011 ,il .-. 8-1151 10021111 here- C1089 to all tons ordered by catalogue. Se- USS' 1112 131111 21 new muse' ,ll Campus COnVenienCeS. lection of candidates by pha- -- - Zig t0S1'aDl1. Sigma Nu. Will trade our 1 1 ,Beta 11119121 Pl- W21Ht9Q1- 50 - house for any on the lnll. Built . - Q C1211 1101111119 We take 011 1112 Kappa Kappa Gamma. New by I. N. Sane, now popular in -..Q Qing? isfteeiniitgf 5ccl1LalJ23n:i1f2 house-.'IHTew location. VVe want social circles in Canon City. our ben' 1 1 new au' S. St ax Gr l Chateau Behind i 'T r ee t all Delta Tau Delta Chateau. Pi Delta. New and uniniti- The Elms. Fitted for a lim- gill -.21 Prerequisite: Sundry items of ated. Broadminded girls. if we itecl number. of guests. Try it Lil .1 formal dress above the waist can't do you any good, you and you will never try an- for our annual function. can do us some. other. all Lui .ga-....-...,.-.....-....-....-....-....-....- .-....-....-....-....- Q, 4...-ll-....-....-.....-....-....-.........-...-. -.H-i..-,...-.3, 412 I I l E - E .5 5 i CURRENT THEATRE 1 ARE ARE THEATRE , l 2 S 'im g Who cares wha! the piciure is The limit in Motion Pictures 1 1111 I W f o t b t w d ft AT'-ff 2 5 e go an rgan oo u e on ev I WE GOT A NEW ORGAN l ! I . ' . Y 4. ,H I s advertise it I , ,1 . .. , : lil. gif l t l i it g -in-....-....-..-..-..-..-...-u...-....-....-...-H..-.un-mg. 19--..,.-.,-..-..-..n-u.....n..-f..-u-..-...-..-...-Mg. l i W5 . ..... I 379 l 1 4. SHIVER-ING COLD, FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1924 Smcietp lncreasing interest is being shown in the Shiver-ing Cold engagement contest. Kappa Kappa Gamma leads the field. Some Delta Gammas are ru- mored to have made desperate advances to certain Phi Psis on the campus during the past week, Stay with it, girls: this is leap year. Wlie1'e there is life, there are engagements. Chi Omega entertained at a ship "bored" dance last week. Refreshments were the fea- ture of the evening. Sinkers were served floating in a cup of green tea. Further adding to the nautical effect, Slew Davis, at regular intervals, tossed small handfuls of salt into the punch bowl. rock Kappa 'Kappa Gamma an- nounces the permanent en- Vir- gagement of Miss Maria ginia Setzler. Call 488 for par- ticulars. Donald Keim is 'visiting Allen Hicks in Denver this week-end. .Marie Loucks is visiting Ber- nice Morse in Denver this week-end. Sigma Phi Epsilon announces the breaking of ground for their new mansionf This is the thirteenth time the ground has been busted. .Tack Salis- bury and William Miller are in charge of preparation for the celebration. They declare that if this attempt fails the lot will be used for a truck garden next summer. Phi Beta Kappa enjoyed a beefsteak fry in the basement of the Arts Building Wednes- day evening. Cooking was done over a solidified alcohol burner. As the guests became hilarious, it is feared some fuel got into the food. PHI DELTA THETA BUILDS NEW HOUSE Patience has at last been re- warded. Phi Delta Theta's new house rivals in splendor the Phi Psi Home with its broad Chautauqua grounds. the Chi Psi Union Station. and the Sig Alpha Pink Elephant. lt also does away with the necessity of hiring a team and scraper to walk around in the hole during rush week. The local chapter flatly de- nies that their sudden activity has anything to do with their national convention ruling that all chapters own houses or show cause why their charter should not be revoked. ENGINE MAGAZINE RATES TOO HIGH An engineering Magazine, recently issued by the north east side of the campus, has called forth considerable com- ment from many sources. It is the best publication that part of the institution has compiled in many years. Thir- teen years ago a similar at- tempt failed. One author in an article en- titled, "The Engineer. The Maker of the Nation," de- clares that but for the en- gineers, "the people of Amer- ica would still be wading the Mississippi and Missouri Riv- ers." T-le concluded his article: "The farmer's duty to the na- tion is to feed. the doctor's to cure, the lawyer's to prey and the preacher's to prav. but- the engineer's duty is greater than all these. It is he who must carry the nation. and his duty may be likened unto that of Atlas, the bearer of the Universe." 1' Other contents of interest in the magazine are a two-page ad in three colors for a small booklet. "How to Use Horse Shoeing Tools on the Automo- bile." and one reading, "Stet- sons Make the Engineer." AMENDMENT LOST Continuedjrom page I is near a nervous collapse due to the shock of the unexpected result. The entire commission is pretty well upset as is also Sigma Delta Chi, professional journalistic fraternity, which has already shown its interest in the University this year bv its many activities such as staging the Conference for High School Editors. The preliminaries before vot- ing were rather strenuous and several prominent students are reported to have become slightly stained by mud which was thrown cruite freely. The keynote of the meeting was sounded by A. Sheridan Abel in his speach when he re- marked: "Sit down! You've had your chance." Daniel Charlton has left town for Louisville, but just 380 ANNUAL SOB STORY WRECKS OUR HOPES Gloom stalks the Shiver-ing Cold's first game of the sea- son next Saturday with the Dumb State Teacher's College. Captain Cart Winlan will be on the bench with asthma. Stew Wort and Cy Clone will not start the game on ac- count of contemporaneous at- tacks of eczema. Short Horn will start the game although his condition is bad. He stubbed his toe on the football last week, and is now on crutches. Earl Osier threw his thumb out of joint in a Cmarblej game three weeks ago. The rest of the team is in good condition with the ex- ception of Mealy, Lean Mc- Don, Dandy and Mike Narry. These men are suffering from dandruff. They will be in the opening lineup. however, de- spite the fact that it may slow up the game. Literary Column Note: Reviews for this col- umn will be received from stu- dents on any books they have read, or would like to have read, except text-books, Whiz Bang, Wampus Cat and Cat Tales. Psychology Notes: A new and startling revision of well- known data. Great strides made in this science during the past fifty years furnish a.bundant material with which this book is well stocked. Available .Tune 14, 1924. Collegiate Guide: A revision of the dictionary compressed into a pocket edition. Con- tains all words, phrases and idioms peculiar to all college educations. before leaving Boulder he told a reporter of the Shivering Cold the only statement he had to make was: "lt might have passed if it had gotten a few more votes." The downfall of this amend- ment will give a good cam- paign issue to be used in the platforms of candidates for University offices this spring. Already agitation is on foot to help out the paper which is a "disgrace to a school our size" by increasing the stu- dent fees each Quarter. When this is proposed vote intel- ligently, early and often. :Ei 31,115 .. , G 5 .W-, 2 .- 'M' Q we I 'wa 1 .gi !lLWmm i at Ag-A Az' ,tagging ' S- H 1 ' ffieiy .Eqggm 4 an M1 VY 'Y A Vg TIT? YSIY J .11 ra 1-4.,..yfm..f?f3 0,4 W' -fv 5 5 ff fig? .1 MMM WNW ie, A 3 f fs A M My M., H:-Qz., f ' l - 1 . ,rf ...., Q Z. ,. ,. , .. 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