University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO)

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Y i , f A W3 NWT Gkcbws www , Q QQLQPXADQ UNNEPXSITT X ROBERT L. STE Ama X5 f X REPRESENTS 559 STUDENTS xx jg REPRLSKHTS RECEIPT5. 15 : 3400, OOO- Oo NLS?" REPRES-Kms Dxsrsunstvxivns. mfffzfaigogjoooloo 5 DOWN THE HOURGLASS Breakfast blues ot the Sink . . . Most -fu 1 'R ' Solo for breakfast . . . Woke yourself up cmd soy ou-ch . . . Hey, loud, it's people brush their Teeth . . . HD?" these eight o'clocks . . . lunior sleeps. P morning . . . No morris lcmd ot 8:00. D O W N T H E H O U R G L A S S 'And you corn't uess what he scxid o me' '... A trio, etting religion . . . leven o'clock lec- ure, ond we're ored stiff . . . lunior till sleeps. Eleven o'clock, cmd the librory is full . . . Washing cr Ford- Who would have thunk it . . . Rail set- ters, gone but not forgotten . . . And the Worter hose goes on the gas jet-see? f .1 i Q ii . ,3 Wa Y J. F -Q1 U 1 , i H . , Cr : 0 V .Y-4 A1 fr q.' 3: , Sa 15 ' A 0 LM ,Y V V . f. 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': ..:.tig5.t'.m fe All Aw w w LLLf,f I 'sg ELL ' L., .f gtifiifliffgl "Wi ' 2'-Qi? m..wv:s5l3'?1-LL- M XJ! A it if ........ ' v mul V 9' iitgsi 5 5 L, y , ,..... .....- L 'Burr 11551 1f"f'.L A CHARGE OF WILL BE MADE FOR A FEE CARD ..,..-LM .surf up 4 nr- Pillors of university society ore the tctculty, who enjoy the privilege of tutoring "leaders oi tomorrow." Faculty ore sometimes op- precioztecl by these impressive leaders, who recognize them cts the main omcl iridispensi- ble force in the institution. F-K-sszwv SWEET' :' rr-,-5. I. , f ,, 1 ' 5 1 ' F. 5 f u A A MINI TR Tl To the Students of the University of Colorado: THE COLORADAN is your yearbook. It is the permanent record of the personal and non- academic phases of your college life. The encouragement of wholesome activities and inter- ests is as much a part of the Uni- versity function as the arrange- ment of its curriculum, for it is in th se associations that you learn the art of living with other people Through them you learn how to promote a program or a good id a by means of persuasion rather than force and to submit to the d cision of the rnaiorlty when you have not been sufficiently persuasive or when the idea was PRESIDENT STEARNS AND FAMILY not qulte Us good GS You had thought 1t You learn the tech nique ot making your personality felt and you also learn how to submerge your own individuality in the group when the common good demands united action. You learn to accept both victory and defeat gracefully You develop that supreme attribute of democratic leadership-the ability to cooperate with your victorious rival in the public interest All these are the Ways of democracy the voluntary cooperation of a free people rather than the regimen tation of a dictatorship a leadership based on merit rather than on status. Today when democracy the World over is threatened it is not enough merely to cherish it as an abstract ideal. An ideal Without a mechanism for its realization can be a futile thing. We cannot have an effective democracy unless We master the democratic processes. The hope for the future preservation of our idcal of free government depends in large measure on the manner in which the students of today utilize the democratic experience of their college days to meet the problems they will face as citizens. ROBERT L. STEARNS Board of Regents Formulates policies authorizes all business and assumes all responsibility for the general and stipulated welfare of the University MEMBERS PRESIDENT ROBERT L STEARNS MR EUGENE A BOND DR LAWRENCE W COLE MR CARL D MCKINLEY E RAY CAMPBELL DR V B FISCHER CLIFFORD W MILLS Front Row CAMPBELL STEARNS MCKINLEY BOND Back Row COLE FISCHER MILLS 9 .. .9 . l 9" " l .. . . I , D I . MR. . . . . MR. . . 1 if ,AM l W 7 Ffh ' .M , J J.. I J 1 I t tr-'n f ' ig 'Ll l .12 tai' Lil ,JT ,F 3,1 T' tilt' Z pl-'ft -, lf' giifflf rt-f if t- tr E11-:ZA Ullfllq 11,6 ll 'I'I'llfl lf- lvllzs l.lll.,"l.!l iqig: ll I .I 13-1. N I,:"l1'I i r 45' Wig' tx .-'I ta. :fl ftp.,-'-. lf. ,L QI .'.l I l :I t . t. tl' -I I ll: t ,r A I 1 ,N lf' ' r - f' ll' - 'alt ' ull ' ti . ,IES .1 A l t I , tt fl QQ! gilt . tt. t in FRED E. ADEN . . . registrar and counsellor at CU since l929 . . . has not only devoted his interests to the line of work he is now in, but also to religious service . . . Nebraska Wesleyan University, Washington Univer- sity, Columbia University, Boston University . . . from 1919 to 1922 was director of religi- ous education and community service at Grace Community Church in Denver. . . director of Wesley Foundation in Boulder, 1922-25 . . . extremely interested in the Cos- mopolitan Club and what it stands for . . . instituted Freshman Week, which has proved to be an invaluable aid in the orientation of new students . . . well adapted for counsel- lor's work by an amiable, sunny disposition . . . spends most of his time and derives his greatest pleasure from getting acquainted with and befriending young people. HARRY CARLSON . . . dean of men . . . baseball coach for fourteen years . . . B.P.E. from Springfield College and M. A. from Clark University . . . director of athletics at Melford School and director of Physical Edu- cation at Hamline University . . . big league baseball experience . . . very reserved, never talks much, but always has something to say when he does talk . . . many hobbies in the field of sports . . . all-around sports- man . . . enjoys baseball, fishing, handball, tennis, but reading is his favorite occupation for leisure hours . . . beautiful new home . . . picked a wife with similar interests, she was a physical education instructor at the University Hill school . . . the proud father of a beautiful, blond daughter in grade school. LYDIA E. BROWN . . . dean of women . . . busy, capable, sympathetic, intelligent . . . Vassar graduate . . . earned her M. A. at Wisconsin . . . awarded scholarship to study at Sorbonne in Paris . . . taught history at one time . . . unusual ability in interior dec- orating, helped plan construction, equipment, and staffing of Memorial Building, dormi- tories, Wornen's Club, and Faculty Club . . . evidence of her good taste is found in her own lovely home . . . has no time for hob- bies, meeting people is a favorite recreation . . . as capable in her home as in her office . . . has travelled Widely in Mexico, Hawaii, and Europe, but still likes Colorado best . . . vice-president of A. A. U. W .... sponsor of many, many groups. IACOB VAN EK . . . born in Sioux Center, Iowa . . . B. A., M. A., Ph. D. from the Uni- versity of Iowa . . . professor and dean of Arts and Sciences since 1929 . . . married Eve Drewelowe, Well-known artist in the Rocky Mountain region . . . awarded the Albert Kahn Fellowship in l928-1929, ob- served governments and customs in sixteen countries . . . remembers the names and faces of a surprising number of the students . . . statewide reputation for ability to ana- lyze political and social problems . . . fa- vorite subject for speeches is what makes Hitlers and Mussolinis . . . would rather teach than anything else . . . never misses a football game . . . noted among students for his fairness. Page 21 X E E M 550 43 , 5 . -x W W ,..f? -+, , i .N -. A '1 K NWT ' U 143 1 X gift 4 ' rj ,zz 11 .K , I I . Q I' E 1 , -.I, "TQ-Zi: 5 ' 4 ,if A Q! W 5, - gig Q , , .5 V fi- 52. 5 az. 1 x . N I I: Q.. - A v - TFL fig' J. F L' ' M -'DN -ka E X i K ..:-..:.-- 4 A ff?--,f':'lT J, ,VF - . fl? . nf if HERBERT S. EVANS . . . an example of what students think a dean should be . . . came to Colorado University in 1905 and be- came dean of the School of Engineering in 1919 . . . got his B. S. in Electrical Engineer- ing from the University of Nebraska in 1898, his doctor's in 1928 . . . has been a prac- ticing engineer as well as a teacher . . . C. B. G O. Railroad and General Electric Co. among his employers . . . a member of practically every engineering organization existing . . . reading is his favorite recrea- tion, but he wishes he had time to do more hunting and fishing . . . articles in engi- neerinq publications frequently carry his name . . . Sigma Xi, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Eta Kappa Nu. MAURICE HOLMES REES . . . prominent American medical educator . . . now the Dean and Superintendent of the University of Colorado School of Medicine and Hospi- tals . . . born in Newton, Iowa . . . A. B. Monmouth College in Illinois . . . A. M. University of Illinois and Ph. D. at University of Chicago . . . M. D. at Washington Uni- versity . . . he is married and has one son . . . professor of physiology and pharmacology at University of Colorado since 1921 . . . research in endocrine or- gans, and pituitary extracts and their physi- ological action . . . gardening holds great interest for him . . . has lovely home in Denver . . . enthusiastic over fishing. LAWRENCE WHEELER DE MUTH . . . chairman of executive committee of Law School . . . A. B., A. M., and LL. B. from University of Missouri . . . LL. M. from Uni- versity of Colorado . . . awarded Gregory graduate fellowship in political science at University of Missouri . . . faculty editor of Rocky Mountain Law Review. HENRY WEIHOFEN . . . born in Chicago, Illinois . . . Ph. D., I. D., and I. S. D. from University of Chicago . . . special assistant to Attorney General of United States at one time . . . has published "lnsanity as a De- fense in Criminal Law" . . . member of na- tional executive board of the National Law- yer's Guild. FREDERIC STORKE . . . obtained his LL. B. at Colorado University in 1914 and his S. L. D. at Harvard . . . has a son of whom he is justly very proud . . . plays fine bridge . . . has written three restatements on trusts, conflict of laws, and contracts for Colorado annotations . . . very interested in music. WARREN RAEDER . . . B. S. in Civil Engi- neering at University of California and M. S. at Colorado University . . . structural de- tailer for American Bridge Company and for the city of St. Louis . . . teacher of Civil Engineering at CU since 1926. GORDON ALEXANDER . . . professor and head of the department of biology . . . especially interested in high altitudes as a factor in animal distribution . . . his "Out- line of General Biology", part of the College Outline Series, is widely used as a review syllabus. Page 23 RALPH L. CROSMAN . . . has built up the journalism department from two classes to its present status as a college . . . brings wide practical, as well as theoretical knowledge to his students . . . friendly . . . hob- bies are golf and billiards . . . B. S. from Colorado Agricultural College, 1915 . . . Director of College of Iournalisrn, Executive Secretary of Asso- ciated Alumni, Director of University Publications, Chairman of Board of Publications . . . Co-author of "The Law of the Newspaper" . . . has a charming wife and three attractive young daughters . . . as summer traveling student adviser, he contacted prospective students and alumni associations for twelve years, and made innumerable friends for the university. FREDERICK A. BUSHEE . . . came to C. U. in 1912 . . . B. Litt., M. A., and Ph. D .... author of many books on principles of sociology and so- cial organization . . . student at Dartmouth, Harvard, Hartford School of Sociology, and in Paris and Berlin . . . Psi Upsilon, Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Gamma . Mu . . . has visited Europe twenty-one times . . . has one of the lovliest homes in Boulder . . . he and his wife are among the most sought after members of the faculty as guests at University functions. CLARA LOUISE KIENINGER . . . distinguished and constant work in nursing since her gradu- ation from Lutheran Hospital in St. Louis, Mis souri . . . served overseas for 26 months, re ceived citation for services from the British gov- ernment . . . awarded fellowships from Rocke- feller Foundation in 1921 and 1929 . . . organ- ized modern nursing and as- sisted with organization of Pub- lic Health Nursing in Brazil through Rockefeller Foundation . . . director oi the School of Nursing for CU since 1926. ,gif Y 1 CARL C. ECKHARDT . . . wide- ly known as an analyst of trends in history . . . has been teaching history at C. U. since l9ll, and became head of the department in 1936 . . . au- thor of "The Papacy and World Affairs", many articles on international relations, and on political, social, and teaching problems . . . holds a Ph. B., om M. A., and a Ph. D. . . . his wife, Gloria Carr, has been a constant aid and inspira- tion . . . taught at University of Missouri and at New Mex- ico Military lnstitute . . . Phi Beta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pi . . . as chairman of the Committee on Upper and Lower Divisions brought about a fundamental change in the or- ganization and curriculum of the college . . . well-known among students for ready, sympathetic help. V V - t REUBEN GUSTAVSON . . . internationally known for research work in biochemistry, especially in connection with glands of internal secretion . . . B. A. and M. A. from DU . . . taught at Colorado State College and at DU . . . delegate to second in- ternational congress for glandular research in Lon- don in 1930 . . . numerous awards, including Phi Lambda Upsilon prize in analytical chemistry, Mel- zer Award in research, and an honorary fellowship in Chicago Gynecological Soicety . . . succeeded Dr. lohn Ekeley as head of CU's chemistry depart- ment in 1937 . . . author of numerous articles and scientific papers, joint author of "Sex and Internal Secretions" . . . wide reputation as a forceful speak- er, capable of explaining complicated scientific facts in terms readily understood . . . makes chemistry interesting, students flock to his classes. 4. Page 24 I X A A 'WI 1- T if . .44 -. IJ ., y H 1? 1-gli ' H lv' " A L gin ll -V ,-gf -W f' ROARK FRAUSE COLMAN it 'V-4 . E , W . ' wg?-lf I 4 I ' f"5.t',1it . 12113.13 it ' 'ng-wi t I 1 will I .W ... L.. t. . tl.-...i. 1 . .P ,I T,-. W".-Lfk' 'l . 1 I .'etf,j5:i.' .'- - F7-Ill ' ' I 555' ri f Ls' I !t'tl:"! l'! ' ' gtg. vt' .V , , pl. .. lwitii Zlfant W,nff?'b .' . uiL'Hfls T A .Wi I . 'J'.fi":H . -it 1 4 A ' L' 'Im W-T! . ' 4 . .'1Sn'.'tf"f . - , , F -Www.. ' . ' 1 " ' l'iv' 1 ' . ' ' f ",ffg,.ll ' . 1 v In-'N' v -,Q Hifi! -J h-hVHg- !lJ.,t.:Ea1.tt . . . - .55 9214 t.-.U '7 . '-WZ -'T " t .rd-.l . t-4'l"' QQ .H ti A .Vt ' ,"T1fl. 1 .I tfftlgg t Hi. fs. t. -4. .t 1 4 SMITH m 1 BRINTON, SANTO, FREDERICK .5 'ftrrflt ',?H.u 7: 0 0 o W" 5"'f? o it iq -5 , , , , , 17 li ' The A. S. U. C. Commission is the student govern- dances, provides committees for the management of Q V f ment which determines and conducts all matters of the affairs of the A. S. U. C. and has supervision general student concern. Most interest in the A. S. over all class functions. The outstanding actions of U. C. arises in pre-election political maneuvers. This the A. S. U. C. this year were its refusal to lend sup- , 1: year, independent students pulled a coup-de-etat by port in the drive for Finnish aid, and its endorsement ' if 5, -..N assuming most of the power. The commission has of a more vigorous student health examination. 1 . active jurisdiction over all A. S. U. C. and class 'ti' by 'l SMITH, SANTO, BOATWRIGHT BRAY, HIPPS, THURMAN LTV. . D ' t. 5-It . Yi ,,,. I V I-U' " L.g,sjc-i lift 1 - S, ' it ' 1 l F t g Ll X Xia ' . 1+ '? Page 26 ' It 2- :ff COMMISSIONERS CHARLINE FREDERICK . . Publications DUDLEY I-IUTCI-IINSON .... PI-IYLLIS BRINTON . Scholarship and Activities DON TI-IURMAN ...... Athletics LARRY PROUTY . . . . Dances KATHERINE WRIGHT .... Entertainment MAYFORD ROARK . Welfare and Employment . Finance EARLE DAVALON . . Pep and Traditions IAMES WOOD . . . Forensics SAM WHITE . . . . Medical Interests WILLIAM BRADFORD . . Head Cheer Leader HUTCHINSON, PROUTY STANLEY DODSON President Interfraternity Council IACK HIPPS ..... ROBERT IOHNSON LYLE BRAY . . STANLEY FRAUSE DODSON, IOHNSON, DEVALON, FREDERICK Page 27 BRINTON, WRIGHT, WOODS . W S. Sena te The Senate, executive and judicial body of the Associated Women Students, is composed of the executive officers who are elected by popular vote of the Women students, and the presi- dents ot various Women's activities on the campus. This body, with the guidance of prominent faculty Women, attempts to direct the social and scholastic activities oi each Woman stu- dent. A banquet, sponsored by Senate during Fall Quarter, constitutes one ot the methods by which the women students inq women at this banquet and worthwhile scholarships are given to deserving Women students. DORIS SANTO OFFICERS DORIS SANTO ..... President CLARA BARNES . . . Vice-President LORRAINE KELSO . . . Secretary CAROLINE PROUTY .... Treasurer COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN ELISE SCHULTE .... Point System CHARLINE FREDERICK . Housing Committee BETTY NILSSON . . . Social Committee EDNA FALK ...... Loan Fund PATRICIA KENNEDY . Coed Counsellors JEAN BOVARD . . Vocational Committee IEAN WASHBURN Independent Representative President of Women's Organizations: Betty Hutchinson, Carolyn Ranney, Leatha May Harris, Catherine Preston, Dorothy Schureman Faculty Advisers: Dean Brown, Miss Peebles, Miss Reynolds Page 28 become acquainted. Many honors are bestowed on outstand- House 0 Representatives 1 5 SE The other legislative body that governs the Associated Women Stu- 1 I dents is the House ot Representatives. A new system oi distribution that iiiv gives equal representation to the districts and clubs oi the non-sorority EY members was installed this year. The members of the House have the duty ot deciding on disciplinary problems involving violation oi the I li' "TT A. W. S. rules. This body consists of one representative from each soror- ity, an equal number from the non-sorority group, and the tour hall presi- dents of the dormitory. The House is responsible for installing a spirit of loyalty to the ideals oi the Association and to the University. DORMITORY HALL PRESIDENTS 3 CLARA BARNES MARGARET HENDERSON AILEEN SOUDER MARGARET GARDNER DOROTHY IO BAKER ELEANOR FALZGRAF DORIS BRICKER RAMONA PARKINSON EDNA MAINS FRANCES KALCEVIC CLARA BARNES LOUISE MARSHALL MARILYN MILLER l DORIS THOMPSON 7 AMY ELLERMAN 1osEPH1NE PYLE Page 29 Non-Sorority Representatives RUTH NORRIS NANCY NASH ETHEL I. LINKLETTER LAURETTA MALONEY MARY K. CI-IRISTENSEN Sorority Representatives . . . Speaker MARIORIE WOODARD BETTY WISE EMILY IANE FRITCH MIRIAM BRIGGS BETTY MCCLELLAN School of Business OFFICERS IAMES BROWN . . President IAMES DRYDEN .... Vice-President DOROTHY IUNE HAWKINS . . Secretary LEE EVANS .... . Treasurer Combined Engineers OFFICERS ROBERT LANG ..... President BENIAMIN FISHER . . Vice-President SIDNEY BRUCE . . . . Secretary STANLEY APPLEGATE . . . Treasurer ..h Hi? A Jr l :H I , I. 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The Barb Reeves is an organization of students other than those on the Council who are interested in help- ing with the Barb activities. Many entertainments, including weekly tea dances, quarterly formals, Women's teas, informal parties, combined with in- tramural participation, promote a varied social and athletic program for the independent students. WALKER, GALLAND, KELSO, MALONEY TODD. ANDERSON, MAST, GREGORY MADDOCK, BRAY, STURDEVANT, PLEMING TURNER, WALKER. COLMAN, MORRISON OFFICERS CLIFFORD W. COLMAN . . IOSEPI-IINE MORRISON . ANNABELLE LUTZ . CHARLES WALKER . IOHN FLEMING . . FOSTER STURDEVANT . LORETTA MALONEY . . . President . Vice-President . Secretary . . Treasurer . Intramural Director . Dance Manager . Publicity Director REPRESENTATIVES STANFORD CALDERWOOD VIRGINIA LEE WALKER LYLE BRAY LORRAINE KELSO WILLIAM MADDOCK MARGARET MAST MARIORIE ANDERSON HENRY GREGORY MARGARET Tonn QM . MARION HUTcH1NsoNg GH PROP. BENIAMIN S, GALLAND MISS DOROTHY STANLEY . Sophomore . Iunior . 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Overexposed ond underdeveloped . . . Norman Smith floqtwirler . . . Pete Plettner, Ed McCluskey-Beta buzzords. , -A23 51 ri, ' I Qi F' .f 'cs' Y -fi . ,,.-JA: X . - n -F 3 V.. yr--4 fx sifiu f ,r "?u.."?'3 1 Nbr I L In 9 5 X 4 T Tyi-fa ul, 1f2:j"7 F: , 1. ,T -Y ,V -iv! 5' A4 ' -far m " ,J-f152.g4gfs1 2 wwf- 1... at-., i, wJ :'1:q, . J - 'f 1, .-'. bfi, 7. Q f Lael., , ir .whgjj mv. . nl 11 - v' ,gm Y , I ,, F , i ,Y In ,J K , ,Q vu H, is W 2 :sh ' 3, 4111 ,I 1 ' 1 , 1 ' ,.J::g,:1-g,,, '- v ' . Mg., f 'x ' Y 5, : .ix ',-- 1 ,-.,- . . Y ' f -42-,V . -art '4 .--- ' Agni' :fgigf sg 1 ' 1' 35.15 V t .. . . V . . . ,. V , . . .. .X Mt... Posed . . . lules Block getting somewhere . . . Could it have been green apples? . . Hot chocolate, my eye! . . . Archie Connett resting on his laurels . . . Hail, all Hail . . Fannyitis from final Week. 'Woman and song? . . . 'Vtfhat dimpled knees? . . . Pick gives Dicks his Oscar . . . The "de"-beardecl lady . . . She floats thru the air with the greatest of ease . . . Publicity stunt. . . Ianuary and Groves just borrowed the clubs for the picture . . . They've got their love to keep them Warm. A QTRLP N. f 15533-j fgqr' '1!fS:JiTT1Tfff g"E.f,', V, P- 'jx 51 gi-Q 1 Shorts! . . . lust another student . . . And more shorts! . . . Ah, Life! . . . Mary Molloy anotahorse . . . Abrief respite from activities, Mayford? Kindergarten Kutie . . . Ioe and Adele . . . "At the Phi Game dance, I-" . . . Ala St. Moritz . . . Arr1ereQuaintance . . . Biq Sam. , x 1 1 Al I' Q L I E' N-v 3 li l - 'L , 1 'KU il vv",' "gm JP m'--k'E5f': Y' 4 + ' ff-f?5f M f Mil 1 1 I ' Y l 9 KN 4 Q 1 af 1 I 'I 4 5 T 'I . ,W ", J . ', A 'F' 1 1 f w ff PM if 1 Q "' ,, . 5 -f' 'wi' 'i .N U K, .-lwfftf Uh. -w '. X , . 1 ' r K ,, .QA l v A V' R 5, ,lq X. X uv' ' 4 SFi!l X .ff- Fg U, ! I X X '?Efwa'a, FA i Q52 if A1 'R 'V - . E gf -Q 1 I Qi' 5 ' 1 I X I lb. . s, x -w Tiff Q3 , Q. I YJ Q gy' ' 3, fa. 'S 4 '-qc ,, Q W 5 , M7 , ' ' '45 ' Q Q4 .zvs - - --223' . - .:-Af T ' 55' f ri 5, 4 15 ?- X , We - S -:-: :.:. j 6 s ' E H- , ,Vi Em 'V W sr ,, gg , use pf ,V-y f isisiaisiasiai J' .E . , I hi I ,,.f if ff .,c . 'Nui X' 4 Four years Witnesses in the university a telling, often miraculous change from fresh- man to senior. Important is the fact that these faces twenty years hence will be a means of qivinq personality io colleqe re- membrarice. ANCELL ROBERT Nl. Denver erlnqq 'Yheko it A. S. Nl. EJ 'nl Epsilon 'Plwlr Colo- eer. Erxqlne Alpha Nur P rado Enqln XOEN E. ACK-EENXANN Boulder Erxqlneerlnqq A. S. Nl. E. lAlNllES ST ANLEAI ANDEESON EOE-EPCY GEAEANX ANDERSON Roswell. New Mexico Adair, llllnois E'9QiD99TlX'lQ' Clnl Epsilon. Enqlneerinqg Corners Club, Presq A. l. E. E. DAVXD G. ATXCXNSON Boulder Della 'You Della, l?res.1 Clxolrrnanr Sclrnl- kbril Circus. S-'Y ANEEY AEELEGATE Arriba o Eel, Vice- pql- Enqrneerlrrqq Enl Kopp Presq Siqrna 'lauq Cornblned E neere, 'Yreosq A. l.. C. E.q A. C S.g Colorado Engineer, Edrxor. uslrlessg rr Prom, Elnlz Eng Yresbrna ara Ehi Epsilon DXANNE AUS Pueblo Arls ond Sclencesr Ylnl Slqrno lokog lelo Cluloq Erencln Club. Span ROBERT ADAW1 AUEAND Chapman, Nebraska Ersqlneerinq: Nl. E. -J' ROBERT HAROLD AUSTXN 'lA E MAEXE EALLANTXNE Boulder Denver Siqrno Nu, ?re-5.1 Delxa Arke and Sclerxceeq Kappa Kopp " K-wlollenbollen. Gammon AN. A. A.: lf. NN. C. I Colorodonp Dodo. VEELY ANN BAWYO Denver Scierrcesr El Bela Pm Y. 'NN Euslrxeseg Siqrno Pr CEAEA Nl. EAENES Trinidad Enqlrreerknqr Chi Oyneqoy Senareq , A. KN. S., Vice-Ereslderxlq Nlortor Ecard: 'desperlor Spur: Womens l Club Council: Chl EpsNon1 Slqrn 'on Slqrnoq A. S. C. E.: Enqr- ll Queerxq Coloro ' r NI rce GEONIEE EECXC. XE. Color rings Euelrxe-seg Slqrno Om, Epsilon Plrrlg Colorodonz Young Derno an A don. N AN ado Sp " Em cral. 'Z Arte C NN U . Colora H- 4' X911 Eoun Clubg Nl-lah Epsrl peer' s Ea Enqrnee . MARY ELXZAEETH EASS Boulder Ylxorrrlocvz Nlorkor ond Eee-kle Club, ' Ere-5.1 U. KN G4 Scornpers. SXDNEY Nlc Lynclr Enqlneerlnqg XOYXN EOS! SE ansas City, A ke Sclencesq 'xrle 'Ykreoken Elrwx doklorlx E TH BOY ngele-sg in ess,- JULES' N BLOCH Brookhvn, Ne L 1: B csv' - VGS,' h . Dv York arb Ree Iunior P mmittee: P 1 Epsilon Pest: Rhythm C' rom Phi: Buff- ircus Board: Little 1 Theater. BARBARA B P EDOR THA asadena Arts a , Cal17orn1a nd Sciences: Kappa Gamma: Pan-Helleni - Pi Gamma M - Kappa c, W. . A u, SJY A ver and VIRGINIA LORRAINE BENNETT Boulder Arts and Sciences : Honors Union: A. E D. can U HARLE S EDWARD BENNETT Denver Arts and Sc' I Phi E ' iences: Beta Theta Pi psiion Phi: Camera Cl ver and Golol- Dodo- ' Club- 1 ub: S17 , Univer ' , Rhyth sity 171 Ci Glee rcus. EVERETT R. BERGLUND Holyoke Pharmacy. CARMEN BILLINGTON MARGARET LOUISE BIRK Arlington, Virginia Boulder Arts and Sciences: Alpha Oniicron Arts and Sciences: Sigma Epsilon Pi, Vice-Pres.: House ol Representa- Sigma: Phi Sigma Iota: Delta Phi tives- Spanish Club: U W. C.: Coed Alpha: Spur: French Club, Pres.: ounselor CL W C1 ROBERT VENOLA Bl VANS Boulder Arts and Sciences: Phi Chi De , yterian Union: University Or chestra: U W. C MARY JO BLED Art KENNETH BOCK Denver Engineering: Tau ., Pres.: 1 ROBERT GUYER BONHA Denv- Business Si M GI' f Phi Gamma Delta: D Qlna Pi' Coloradan: R Gus: Business Sch elta , hythrn Cir- ool Day Committee. , ROBERT CLARK BOYD Bismarck North Dakota n ' Engineering: Delta Tau Delta: Ath- letics Manager: Eta Kappa Nu: Pi Mu Epsilon, Pres.: A. L E SIYVSF and Goloi MARION ELIZABE Los A Cahlornia Kappa Alph OJSSI A -A.: kaufhgta: Por 't Beta Pi: A. S. Chi Epsilon: Sigma IEAN STEWART Hone f A BOVABD sta Pennsylvania rts and Sciences: Chi Omega, Woe- s.: Mortar Boaroi- House of Rep- sentatives: Senate: Spur: Pi Gam- ,- Hesperia: Sigma Epsilon Sigma, P1-es. ROBERT GORTON BOYD Arvada Engineering: P ' Epsilo hi Kappa Tau: Phi n Phi: A. I E E- Hiking Club WILLIAM CONOLY BRADFORD Denver Arts and Sci Sopho ences more P tar: : EEK! Theta Pi: ram Committee: Scimi- Head Cheer Leader- Rhythm Qrcus. ory Coun- 1 Sigma Gam President. SOE AFOYQ s and S ' J' Gil: ciences W A 5 DOI'l21il' A.: Tr' 1110, Pins ANNE EEIXDSMPAN ion Clni ' lE Burlinq and Sciences. Pllplia Omega. O PM El,l'LPlEE'Yl'l BEIXNNPNKPLN Lakewood ella Delia Del- ' - 'Vnela 1 s and Sciences. D- XN. Ps. Pi.. Spux. Ylespena. Sigma Phi, Pres.. lflilning Club. Win- dow. Silver and Gold. ?'rVil,l,l5 DEWYYON Denver Nia and Sciences. Kappa Kappa Gamma, ?1es.. Pl. S. U. C.. 'rlouse ol ldepiesenlalives. lf. NN. C. LX. l. lXllPQ?flfI Eiillsl. Trinidad Business. Plxi Gamma Delia. Eool 'L. 3. Easinellball, l, 'L. Della malia. "C" Club X. Pi. Eu ball , Sigma CLXYYOYXU . Littleton nllnda Clni Pi ' Club il G enoiwn ciencesg La ella Chi: Hiking Plrisa dS 'maD dna. Sig '5lDlXlEll CLYDE DCE Durango Engineering. ?'ni Delia Tlnela, Pres 'Yau Bela ?i. Combined Engineets Sec.. Sigma Tau, 'lrea .. la llapp N ec XNll,lIlP-lil BUCHIXN PM er lia Cixi lO'ld.N Boulol d Sciences. Si ma De 'Yau lklplla' Dodo iiox EEO llkllflES NATHAN Holdridge, Nebraska Business. Oni ?si, Vfes.. Business Sclnool liresideni. Business Sclnool Board ol Dixeclois. Delia Sigma Pi. Eilwyilxm Citcus. 'NIEENON ERE EEYIX Berlhoud usiness. Barb Reeves. Vilcing Club. Plccounling Club. Bullalo Trader. Ticker Tape. TEEODOEE E. E-UXEG Denver Engineering. XNEENCE 5. r Pais an l?:es.. Kopp Plssis ani E Cl.Ix?-ENCE Pllbllll EUESON Walsh Pnamlacil. lllonar and Qeslle Club. Ylilcers Club. D. ll. E. U FLOYD ld. EUSCH Walsenburq Engineering. 'Vnela ii. 'lou Eeia Ei. Eia Kappa Nu. Pl. l. E, E. HEDP- AXLEEN EKYYEEE ulder Pais and Sciences. liaid 'rlislonr Club. P. ,v N 'l Bo 'l3. NN. C.: YN 5.0. ineering. 'Dneia taiexniw Councl. lk. . 'Yau Sig . Colorado Engl E-dilo . BEET E. Denver 5 - l Business. Siam Council. Sunl l AMES Eu-s lash. Elk EUET Denve ' , ?:es n DOTC a C c VNC iness. Sign ? hosisnr L. CAHBREY Den Ver Engineering' Eta Kapp Pi Sigma: Pi Mu Colorado a Nu: Sigma Epsilon: A. L E. E., Engineer, Treas.: A111711 News, Editor. I. CHARLES IOHN CARLI fONeL fl ' 0 Business' ' S ' DELMAR RICHARD C' B Arts ARLSON oulcler and Sciences: Oar and Chain. Pres.: Adelphi, Vice-Pres.: Presby- terian Union: Debate Squari- Essay Club. CLIEVE N' linorls' , Phi Delia Theta: Delta Gamma, Pres.: Players Club. CHESTER CARMICHAEI. Rihlgway Business: Beta Alph VESTA BERNADINE CARPENTER Hotchkiss Arts and Scie Inopolit nces: U an Club- a Psh P Alph hi Mu Cr. X CLARA LOU CASEY Eaiolz , D14 CQ, COS. its and Sciences: Kappa Kappa , Wesley Foundation. C-7012117111 HOPE ELIZABETH CASSE ' " DOMINIC' JOHN CESARIO 41553, IQWQ 'Q 7'Ill1fdQQ7 Arts and Sciences: Alpha Chi N Music- Kappa Sigma: Rhythm Cir- Omeqa, Sec.: Phi Sigma Iota, Pres.: - ' , - J cus Director Panhellenic Council: Kappa Delta 'I V- L Pi' French Club, Sec.: Spanish Club,- gb E if LL W CQ: Congo Club: Peace :fu J' ' Council. . l ANNA MARGARET CHANCE MARY KATHERINE CHRISTENSEN Puebfo DSHVSI' Arts and Sciences: Debate. ANS and Sciences ntative - BENJAMIN THURLBY CLARK Denver Business: Pi K School anna Dan ce Color Alpha: Business Committee, Chairman adon: Delta Sigma Pi- I? hm Circus: "C" b Clu .I JOHN HOWARD CLEMENS Torrilnglon, Wyoming Business: Beta Alpha Psi. MARY LOUISE COLE Boulder and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Hesperia, Pres.: Mortar Cf IL Day, Asst. Mgr. Circus: S97yer and Goloj oloradan: Freshman Prom Kappa Delta Pi: UWC hifi : House s, P HARRY P . CLA USSE Carb L, Arts an N ondale Q' Sciences: Phi Delta Theta, Treas.: Phi Epsilon Phi, Woe-Pres.: Williard History Club. WILLIAM GALE CLINE Denve gineerili 1' Qi Pi K radon: CLIFF En ORD W appa Alpha: Cole- Wrestling: A. S. M E INFIELD COLMAN Denver gineerin g: Eta pen dent St Kappa Nu: Inde- udents Association, Pres.: A. L E E of Rep- E Q, P IGS. GLEN5 con ARD RORERT Spr ing s Y ounaa- Olney NN esley Club. and Sciencesg ' Cosrnopolilan Pirie lion , RXCRIXRD lO'5E?R CONXNXUN Pile Boulder Business. CHARLES EMMETT CONDON. XR. DORl5 LEONE- COON Leadville Boulder Lan! lg Ri llappa lklplnaq Della Sifa- Nlnsicq Kappa Della ?i. ma Pi. C1X'l'rlERlNE ANN COOPER lll.l.lPrN EIXUEXNE COOEER Boulder Boulder Pirie and Sciencesq Pi Eela Rniq Pine and Scienceeq ll. XN. C. Eanlnellenic Connolly Y. NN. C. Pm Rlnffrnrn Circus. EPCUL R. COTE Nl HARRY CLYDE COUESON Denver X Longmont Prrls and Sciencesq Rni Garnrna Del- 'G - Pnarrnacqy Tennis. lag 'Yracln,Recorcl Holder "C" Clnlo. . X lORN YRBNCXS COYLE Sl. Louis, Missouri Enqineerinaq P,.l.E.E.g Biking Clnl Enq NTXRGXL E. COXNEN Salida ineerlnqn Pr. l. On. YL- lklpno Oni Slarna. EDNXUND 'YlllIlllllONS CRESS Denver Rneiness. DOUGLIX5 SXDNEY CRP-.YORD Onawa, lowa E Prrls and Scienceev V , X hd E-IXROLD EESLXE CRXSRELL lENNlNG-5 ROY e Cary, Kansas Berger. Te Kappa Vei, Enqineer ' Club: Dodq Enqlneerinqz Kappa 'lreasg Xliliina Clnloq Radio Concerk Randy Colorado Engineer: E EJ Wesley Youndaiion. P-. l. . ELPANE ELXZPLRETR DPNlDE-ON Boulder and Sciences. Prrls SY ANYON 'NN s ancl Scie 2 RUS WILPHED H SIDNEY ELIGH , hi Sig psilon: SHIRLEY DO VE Louisville Arts and Sctencesp Little Theater. MARIORIE MOHHISO Arts N DRAKE Denver and Sciences,- Pi Bet W1 S. Senate: W Coed Cou DOUGLAS E DINNER . Greeley Engineering- P Mu E' ma Delta: Pi Colorado Engl' DELA CROIX DA VIS Bronx En Qi , IH. , New York neerihg' Assis mitoryg V tant P areity S roctor, D VVLUJTIYLII ' Clubf A. OI' g, Viking SELL POHHES T Gra DA VIS Boulder duate School ,- Cocker His tory el Natu Club. ENRY DE VOEE Neadwlle, Pennsylrranra E'ngineering: A. S. C1 E 176611 ral , Treas - ol SAMUEL NEWTON Pha r , Camera Club Delta Chi: Co , Wee-Pr loradan: Qrc HA ANFOHD DA VIS Long Beach, Calrlornra Engineering: Engineers' Ball Com mittee: A. L E1 Li, Vice-Presi Rhythm Circu HOLD S dent: s. MARY HOPE DEA VELVPORT M Boulder Arts and Sciences: Doa'o,' LL TM CL , MERRILL WILLIA Ph M DICKS Boulder arn1acy,- Barb C'ouncil,' Phi Delta i, Woe-Pres.: Wiring Club ' Pres.: Camera Club, T can Chemical Chain , Vice- reas.f A ' Aihliat - meri- es, Oa ., Moria oradah: r and r and Pestley Rhythm Circus. STANLEY LE ROY DODSON Sill Engineering' P' A. S U , 1 Kqppa Alpha Pres.: . . C C'on1n1ission,- Int nity Council P1-es.: erfrater- A. -Si C1 H DO WNS Boulde F171 CICY ' W Phi es Rhythm us. EATON HAMILTON DEAPEH , -I Denver Q Phi,- A. , - I' ' ' Engineering: Phi Delta Theta. . A. A.: President, I ' .P - 2 . nselor: Doa'O,- Silver and 'Xl A Gold' Hhrthln Circus. P MERIT DREIEH Plerzyrng Engineering: Tau Beta Q EY: Chi Pi: A. S. Epsilon. WILLIAM IAMES DRESCHEH Crarb Engin rin ,- S' -nf? 9 'Q RUTH L. DRINK WA TEH Delzv ts and er Sciences: Pi Beta ior Prom Queen: Panhell If W Q A. , enic: ma Chip A. S. Q EI,- psilonf Chi Epsilon: Sigma Tau. DA VID JAMES DEYDEN Llltllet Business: Pr on Busin es.: Bet G ess School, Woe- C1 Alpha Psi, Pres.: Beta alnnza Sigma, Pres.: Delta Sigma Pi. DXJPP SPXXPKLPX ii PM Denver rrn Connseiorq e Eco- A Scienceen Do c'n Ciuiaq Piorn Cidn. PPXIXWL XSSIXEL DUSXN Denvei Pirie and Scienceeq Phi Sigrno Dei icq inierncxiionai Pieiciione Ciub. Paks on Coloradonp Pren ics Ciubz Giee HOW NiPrPrGi3EPkiTP, ViPrGiNiPr DXYYEIXU Denver - Prigfno Deiig Pig C. Arie and Sciences, Newman Giubq UAN . SUSE VXNETT Ps DUNPXPAXA Boulder Wg? Brie ond Scienceeq ioig Sigrng Pi. 1' W TYGOSJ U. YN. C4 Y. C. PM Uni- versiiil Cinoirq Piorne Economics Ciub 'NIXVXIXN BLXCE DUTYON CHSXSTOPYXEP1 C. EPSTXN Golden Krernrnlinq Music: Sigrno Lkipim ioicn U. KN. C. Engineering. 'fr' BMP? PM EP-TON XNXOGENE 'r2PrPrLSS EDYN IXPKDS Eaton Brighton is and Scienceeq Presinrnon Prornq line ond Sciencesn Ordnesiea PYWS- Bne. Nigrg U iN C - ' icgi Educcxiion Ciubg U. XN. G. C. Pr. YN. P-. Pr. P Pr'YPiiG'iPr E Denver ces: Pi Beic P' e oi Peg Ch Prr Window Y. 'N Scien 'sions orn . Prr 2 een Ponb senioiiveeq Sodnofn rnonq Lixiie Tneoier, Sec., CELPJ315. XXAPN ESCKPXOUT Iuiesburq Brie ond Sciencesg P'ni Cixi Deiiog fnopoiikcrn Ciuby U W. "' r PEE- E Denver ineeringq Pi Mu ps ' Pr. S. CLE-.1 Gi Cos Pmpeiion. YAXHXPAXA NPG-XC? ELK,-ZEY Roswell, New Mexico AX' Q. Ixris end Sciencesq Pi Beio Phi: SH- if ', 'Kgs ver and Go1d.E-diiorg Niorior Pmgrdg 1 4, 1 Y ' ' ixrn Circus, Exec. Cornrnivree - g 'V Ki.. at r f GEORGE- YXPHNXON Canon C Pncnriocwp irliorxor WIFI i SiDNEY AARON YLNXESON Denver eimx Pvieiphiq ' Ciubz Low in Phi Sigrno D P'ni Pepsiion Pxnig Cosrnopoinon Univereivf Choir. PXPCPXXE X. ESTES it Oak Cree Pr S. NS. E. ineerinqa . Eng is and eiienicn ore Pr ' W. P: MESOS E i e LEE EVANS Eldora Business: Dell a Sigma Pig B School, Tr Usiness V4 'E eas. IANICE M ARCINE PAUNCE fulesburg Arts and Sciences: Alpha Phi,- U W Ci: Y W Cl A.,- Dormitory Coun- ci1,- Dodop Coloraa'an,- Archaeolog- ical Club. S l ROBERT .quoipu risuea 'A E' Littleton Engines-ringf Tau Beta tgma Tau: Sigma Pi Sigma: Pi M Ion: A. I. Q C' u Epsi- oloradan JOHN THOMAS PALLON Denver Engineering: Tau Beta P' Tau- Pi Tau Sigma S.. o Engineer DOROTHY MAE PES Z? Arts LER oulder and Sciencesp Barb Reeves: Sophomore Prom Committee: Delta Phi Delta, Pres.: U W CZ WILLIAM H FISHER Denver Engineering' A. L E EY PETE G. FRANGOS FRANCIS ARTHUR PREDELL Denver Boulder Arts and Sciences: Alpha Epsilon Arts and Sciences. Delta: Alpha Chi Sigma: Phi Epsi- lon Phi: Barb Reeves: Cosmopolitan ciub. kv HAZEL ERMA FRANK JOSEPH H YMAN FREEDMAN Canon City Denver Arts and Sciences: U W C: Silver Engineering: A. S. Ci E: Barb and Golai Reeves: Young Democrat. ROBERT LANDELL FRINK HAZEL ESTELLE FRIX Denver Denver Business- Chi Psi: Players Club: f Arts and Sciencesf Kappa Delta Pi- Little Theater- Rhythm Circus Com- Campus Club: U W Q: Yf W mittee. Q A.: VlGna'ovn- Little Theater. RICHARD LENOX GARDNER DONALD A. GARRETT Greenwood Springs Pueblo Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha. Arts and Sciences: Phi Gamma Mu EDWARD CZ GESSERT f?oswelL New Mexico eriugf A. ii E Hadt o Club. in FRANCES RO SALIE D Arts GILLEN en ver ana' Sc' SIS zences: U W C Club: Univers' .f PlQY- ity Choir: Cmn- pus Club. If Sigma , Wee-Pre - Coloraa' A.S R 'Wt X Q , S, x g E EEIXNCES SOZBNN Denver ' Bela Ent ?x ' and ., 4 Prrks and 'Sciences-1 ?r Gavnrna Mug 'IAN . G. P-My Sxlver Goldg Coloradanz Dodog Elnvklnrn -p . Circus: Ylornecornlnq Snowy C. U, Dav Cornrnmee. 'NXLLXBNN LBXNYXENCE amnnonnlna , Gunnison lneerlnqq Pi Mu Ep-sion. Enq GXLLXS NllNl En IXLYBED 'NNlLl.-llklll GXIXCO Slerllnq ' lilo Epsllonq Alpha akneerlnqn 'Pr Nu: Pr. S. Nl. E. GEOEGE E. GLE55 XE Goodland, Kansas rknag 'lan Eeta Elq Slqrna pa Nu, Vice-?res. Enalnee ' Eka Kap Tan. NllC'rlPlEl, lPsNlE'5 GOGGXN Boulder Business. NOTE GEEIXLDXNE GOEDEE Ft. Collins Pals and Sciences: Kappa Prlplna Tlnela. ANTHONY XOSEEH GONZALE5 Elrllll? EUGENE GORDON Colorado Sprlnqs Yliverslde, Calilornia Enqlneerlnqn 'Ylnela Ulla Pr. 5. Nl. 5 Business. Wllhllkwl DIXNXEL GEIXNT EDNB ELLEN GEN! Pueblo lg. Denver Paks and Eclences. it Plus and Sciences: Kappa liap' Q Garnynay Elavers Clnlog Lime 'Y ', K aler. XOEN 'LXMEEOUGE EP Denver Gacnrna De - Tic Enalneennan KENNETH XOE. rand lsland. Nebraska S. C. E4 'Yau Bela Business T lnessg ?lnx vnfn Clrcus, s ' Env N GEEENE XNE-SLEY E.. EIXLL Denver rna Della: Ticker ?'ni Garn Clnlo . LIXEPOI NXETTON Phoenix. P Enqlneerlnqp EVE Pm, lElXNNE LXLLXPLN HANCOCK. Lacon, llllnols d Sciences: House ol Repre- Ps PM French Club. Prris an senkaxlvesq XN. . 61? GEORGE R HANKS Steamboat Springs Engineering: Phi Mu Q E: B Epsilon ' ufialo ' Ski Club. '99- MARIAN HARDESTY Eerflfoud Arts ana' Sciences: Al Omega: W A. A.,- Orchesis: UQ ANCIS WILLIAMS HARE Monorevrlle, Alabama Arts ana' Sciences,- Delta,- Anzeri A lpn a can Cn ' Epsilon enzical Society Dha Ch Phi C W C i hi Delt - . Rhyth Glee a, in Circus: Club. CHARLES HENR Y HARGREA VE-S' Holyoke armacy: Mortar and Pestle. ELMER WILLIAM HARNER ELIZABETH MARIE HARPEL Denver Denver Arts and Sciences: Phi Gamma Del- Arts and Sciences: Pi Beta Phi. ,- Wrestling: Coloradan: Dodo. IULIA AGNES HARRINGTON LEILA DOLORES HARRIS Denver Dolores Arts and Sciences: U W C: New- Arts and Sciences: U W1 CI man Club. ROBERT BL YNN HARRIS Greeley Enqin ri ,- T u B t ion, pigrifs Q- E' Psi: A a Pi: CI i psilonx . S. Q E 1 Epsi Kappa Kappa Colorado En ' Band. LOL E HA T B Arts A IAN CH Oulder and S ' selor- czences: Co-e , U W C, Pres- H Club: Silver and String Or a' Coun ., ome Goloj- ' chestra' QIUSGIQ' DOROTHY IANE Bould Business- B E . u ' University? , Rhythm Circus. MARGARET ANNE H Art ENDERSON Denver s and Sciences ITransfer from University or' Californial- House of Represenlatives: Dormitory Pres. SI' , arb Reeves,- siness School: B U W C- CLYDE EARL HARTMAN Pueblo Engineering' Qfdi , Track: A. I E E o Club: Astronomy Clu ey Found ' b: Wes- ation. HA WKINS Secretary of eta Sigma, Pres ., Blotter Editor: Bur' rader- Silver and falo Gold IAMES ROBERT HERZBERGER Denver Enqin ering: Pi if EVELYN MILDRED HILL M1010 rrnacy' Kappa u Epsilo , Barb Reeves: Mortar Pestle Club: RX Club: Silver and Gold Alph Ii: A. S WILLIAM HUMBERT HILLS East Platte Business: Wkinq Club- Chain. , Oar and az Pi GES 5 HOD CES EEYNOLD Louisiana Omega , P-S Shreveport, and Sciencesq Chi - KI. YN. C. Pi. Piris 'ire-os.. XOYN PLUSTXN YXODGE, Wi. Denver erinqa Misha Siqrna Vip 'Yau 'Yauq Ei Mu Epsiionn C E4 Ps. C. 5.1 En- GKNENDOXXN ETYXEL HOTCYXXCXSS Grand Iunction Sciences-1 U . iN . C. Engine Eeka Pi: Siqrna 'Phi Epsiion ?hi1 Bl. . Engineer. Eus. Mar.: Coxnqnikieeg Ixihieiic Colorado qineers Eaii Manager . Y HOT CYYLXE-5 YN MIK ciion C EXIEL and lun - UAN. . Gr Sciences , P-:is and Piris and i ali, CLARKE HUMPHREYS Wilominq Gamma: X ENIEE , Casper, Pais and Sciencesq Deha Silver and Goldm Coioradany Dodo YKYWKYKXX Circusq Y .C.Pi.1 USN .Cn MXLLXCENY BELLE HOEY Yuma Niusicq University Symphony Or chesirag Universiiy Choir. 'XNIKDE CEXYEORD 'HUNSXNGEE MP-EXON L. HUTCYYXNSON Boulder Paonia Pais and Sciences. 'Business Gransier irorn Mesa Coi- ieqeig Deika Siqnia 'Pia Earh Coun- ciig Barb Chorusq Vikinq Ciub. XXAIXEN EPJYEXCXB YXUTTOS XOYXN EXCHBEU XMNXEL Boulder Denver ris and Sciencesq Phi Chi Deilag Enqineerinqq Pi. 5. NX. E.: Ehi N Earh Eeevesq NN. Pi. PM Liikie The- Epsiiong Phi 'Yau Siqrna. 'Yrea aierq Preshyierian Union. Siqrna 'Yang Engineers Eaii Cor XNKLLXPM YJLPLCXCEUEY XNGNNEESON ' Denver ' assi Chi Ps-ig Deiiai Gold: EYNM ' 'Lv-lc TX For Cosrnopo ncii, ?res.1 Xf- Siqrna Eho h iN inn , Cou Deiia Speec Eu-sin 4 Siiv er and Day Corrwn.. RUTH CYXNEXLO KSA Crowley Pins and Sciences: Deha Sigma Rho, reas.1 ?i Garnrna Mun 'iNornen's ' Socieiy, ?res.q Pi. 5. U.- Ciuh. Secq ?eace Oraiion Win- ' U' EPJBEIXEP- LOUXSE Erirniield, 1' Pais and '54 ensic iixan Xinqer er: Eiiiernp neous P-X.-XCE XEPN HXCOESON Canon City ' Epsiion Mug Science-sq Ei XN C. X FEED Pais and U. . EPQBLE GEORGE ionrisou Grand island, Nebraska Pais and Sciencesq Siqrna Piioha Epsiion. Pins P sir V XYAYK d5c '1 FRANCIS Arts ALCEV Denve and S ' n . L YCURGAS W . JOHNSON Ouray Pharm acy: Acacia- , Mortar Pestle. ROBERT B, JOHNSON Pueblo Engineering- T Q: S' au Beta Pi,- iqlna Tau, S Baseball: At ' Da A. S. U ec.: "C" Club,- hletic Board: Heart and gger: Sumalia: Pi Tau Sigma- A. S. M. E I OSEPH LE E JONES Denver Engineering: Alpha Epsilon: A. Sigma Pi: Chi S. Q Colorado Bigrneer. BARBARA K and MA RG UERI TE E MIL Y JO Hashng Arts HNSON s, Nehr and Sci res asl-a ences: Delta Galnlnflg XJ P .: House of Represen ' J Pan-Hellenic: Playe Hesperia: C Rhyt tativesf rs Club: Spur: oloradan, Assoc. Ed hm Circus Committ The ee: Little Qter. ROBERT L. JOHNSON Arriba Pharmacy: Ph' 1 Delta Chi: Mortar and Pestle, Pres. ROBERT E JONES Den yer Engineering .- Sicfna . L E Alpha Epsilon: Colorado Engineer IC EDWARD ANTON KEHN JR. r Arvada c1ences,- House ot Repre- Music: Kappa K tatives: Home Economics Club, Alpha- Vice-President. MARY ANN KELLEY Akron Arts and S ' CISIICSSJ U. W. CI: Pr Club: Spanish C ench lub. appa Psi: Phi Mu Band, Pres.: S Orch ymphon es tra. Y GEORGE ARTHUR KELLOGG, JR, Rock Springs, Wyoming Engineering: A. S. JOAN VICTORIA KENDRICK Pueblo Arts and Sc' Pres.,- IGUCSS ' House W. A , Alpha Phi, of Representatives, . A.: Dorm Counselor: Pan- hellenic: Porpoise: Rliythm Circus Players Club: University Choir. PATRICIA EILEEN KE St Arts NNEDY erling and Sciences- Omegq Pres- Hous . Alpha Chi ., A. W S. Senate: e of Representative- Counsellors, Pres.,- mittee,- s, Coe Soplz P I-Iesperi - d rom Co a, Colo Rhythm ' 111- radon,- Circus. FLORENCE MAE KEPHART Boulder Arts and Sciences. '5 FRANCIS WOODBURY KENNEY Denver Arts and Sciences: Alpha Chi Sig- ma, Pres.: Viking Club. ELISE JEAN KIMBROUGH Denver Arts and Sciences: Delta C'oloraa'a12,' Dodo- Rhythln ' GUTIIUICL' , Players Club: Circus: Little Theater. M CL YDE BROCKMAN KENNEDY Las Animas Business: Phi Kappa Tau: Band. SPOSB lk?-lk ELLEN XCXNSLEY Evanston, lllinois Prrls and Sclencesq Kappa Prlplna ?res.1 NN. Pr, PM Yanbellenlcg lEleYrqlous lnkeresisg Turn Clrcus. Tlnexa, Glee Clubq Dodog Y. YN. C. Pm Wo'-I rj- BXCS Kl'Y'YLE EST MIX omincj BOS las, Wy - Sclrvllar. Perl Doug s and Sciences, DOROTHY lUS'llNS XQEKPPY Cul Bank, Montana lkrks and Sclencesy Alpha Ornlcron ?l1 Co-ecl Counsellorr XN. Pe. PMQ Spun Snvvnrn Circus. Pvlkfllk LOUXSS KNUCXCSY Lama Nluslcq Della Della Delray Kappa Della ?lq Slqrna Prlplna lolag Or- clneslra. XIXMES norms: runs ' nomar rrpozvlonrn rprue Denver ' Denver ' ' 53-Q-YTXO Alpha Epsilon. F3 Enalneerlnqq Slqrna Pnl Epsilon, - Kappa Kappa E, ?res.q lnxerlraxernlw Councllq Corn- - Uukver- S-il 'oinea Snqlneers, ?res.. Heart and Daaqery 'Yau Sena Vin Ska Kappa Nun Slqrna Tau, Vlce-?res.q Su- rnallan fx. l. S. EJ Freshman 'Yau Sera Pl Prvvara. ROBERT NN P-SBSH l,PCO'lYl Denver S: 'Yau Sera a- Pl Snqlneerrnq. Chi Slqrna. E.: P'-. C. S.. Pvlplna 'PSM PL. l.. C. slr-rf Band. S Nl. , Slam , qkneerinqn P.. . 'laur Pl 'Yau sllon. n '- Slqnxa Nlu Sp XULXIX YAP-E LIXUCONXEH Scoitsblull. Nebraska Paks and Sciences: USN . C. THEODORE 'NNlLlflPNl LEET CIXHOL P-NN l.El5E-NYKXNG Cleveland, Olnio Denver Paks and Sciencesg Barb Prrks and Sclencesg Clnl Orneq Pr. XN. C4 Doclog Little 'llneaker L I is, Y-IXTYXYNN 'LXTELE-sl LETYOBD lP-.CK WXLLXBM LEXNX Lonqrnonl Salida Prrks and Sciencesq Delia Delta Del- '53 ,QQ 1 , , F rts Sclencesz '5iQ . XN. C4 ll. YN. C. Pug liklle , , 'V V- 'Q f Fresh an Prorn Cornrnllke Tlneaker. ' P 5.8 ' "1 M V" Epsllo Dellaq Alpha C gf "pu, 'lreasr Colo. U. Day' 11 Q X , ' A Coloradan. tl xmas c. uv l Denve eerlnq: Kappa E-. E.: P X Enaln - PK. l. MASTER ELXZBSSTH LENNXS Boulder Pals and Sciencesq U. XN. LPYXL O C. AD GORDON SIX Grand luncllon ncesp 'Vnexa in Pla- ' Club, Sole aaers krxs and 'room Le ffl Club, on IXXMSSS lk Gallug erlnq 'Snqine Nleflico P-.. 8 GEO RGE WILLIAM LOVERING, JR. Denver Engineering- Pi K' Scimitan Ph' QDDCI 1 Epsilo Pilots T ' Alpha: n Phi: Civil' raining Progr IQD 0111 . ROBERT EUGENE LU D Engine ' NN enver ering' S' Ball C Arts W A , rgma N omfnilte ' ' Tau Be P Phi E u: En G, Siam ta i- aineers a Tau Award , Sigma Tau: S psilon Phi: Al A BETTY NELL L O W Pueblo rts and ' Scien ces,- Gamma: W A. W Kappa Kappa A. A.: Hesperia: Spur: . S. Loan Fund' X W C Cabinet: Porp ' . A. CISG. CARL D. LUSTY Evanston, Wyoming Arts and Sciences: Delta Sigma : Phi: Track. umalia: .Dha Chi Sigma. ANABELLE KA THRYN LUTZ . MILDRED WA YLAND LYNCH Boulder Denver Arts and Sciences: Co-ed Counsel- -R , Arts and Sciences: Alpha Chi lor- Independent Student Council: I, X Omega- K W1 Q A.: Plqhdouq- Barb Association, Sec.: L, S. A. A., ,' U Q LL W C: Home Economics . "' Club, Treas. IACK LEWIS McALEER EDSON JAMES MCCLUSIC Y Denver Sterhn En.in-ering: Alpha Tau Omega: f. C Business! B Pl1igEp?silon Phi, Pres.: A. L Q EI: Q ' 1 VU' ' Colorado Engflrieer. ' KJ ' 'Cb ' 'N .flrl--.ft NJ frail MARY JANE Mccon B Arts MICK oulder and Con Science: zmitleef Ne Win ECanOInics and b Formal an Club: Home Club: LL W C: sly Golaj- Coloraalan: Rh cus C ommitte VERNON A. Mcl Bill Bu N TYRE ings, M siness: S ' onlana iama Nu: Della Pi. CLARA MCKEN Mraml' B N-4 each, F da and Sc' . . A radon lorr' iences: Delta Gamma Spun- U W. C- Rhythm C' Bar ver ythln Cir- e. Siqfna .6 A R eta tmmin ' na Ch CHA RL WSON Om Bu ' ES RA DIQSEQ Beta Theta Pi: imming: "C" Club: ec' Rh US. DOROTHY LEE MCKA Y . Colorado Springs Arts and Sciences: Alpha Omega: K W C A.: U a'o,- Players ag ., Colo: ircusz P Club. layers ' WILLIAM R. MADDOCK Plieb and O mecom- . A. Reeve Or C rnmittee: Reli ' terests Col ' , IR. lo Sc' , Barb Co MU,' lnde - Wk' ISUCSS ' lmc-il: pendent Tennis ing Club: Ho L S gious In- tlmittee. NX . Q: Do , Glee Club. WA ILLIAM MA CK Pueblo rts and Sciences: Alpha Tau Omega: Scimitar: Coloradan. LTER W MARION ELEANOR MAHN Denver Arts and Sciences: Homec- era: Homec ' Y oming Op- omzng Play. McCO aha, Ne siness: S W ' Vars ' Buffalo ythm Circ Chi . W Club' 9' eta Th Pi sity Sw' i : "C" Club: g, Conference D' ampion' Hhyth iv- ni Circus. TTER .Trad- ARK ELXZARETYY NXSRET Nl- Boulder Alpha Vniz cl Sciencesg Cir cns . Ans on Rhsl ikxrn YEAR 'SLR-LEA! MAYYLAND Kansas City. Missouri Axis and Sciencesg Delia Gornrnop Silver ond Gold: Colorodonz XBSNC, CLRNXRLYY L. LIKARKJE-R'Y A' ANNXE RORS NXARSRALL blo ' Denver Uniong K Aris and Sciences: Alplnc ?'ni,A1ice- ?res.g Co-ed Counseiorq Colorodcmz Lime 'vneolerq R'ni1k'nrn Cirgusg C. O.Dci1 Cornrnixxeeg USN. G. EAN LAARTYS o Pue Honors C U .1 Arts ond Sciencesg ?res.p Peace Unionq A. 5. . Delookeg Oroxorq and Externporone- ous Spedsinqa international Relo- kions Cinbg Yonnq Dernocrokic Club: 6 Rssov Ciubq Socioi Science Ginb. B Slnenondo , ' Lime Arts ond S Y. AN. G. A4 P Colorodon. ciences, eoce Co ETVI X all low 'Yhecxlerg ancil- Oxior XNXLLXANX AUSTXN MARSHALL Lo lunlu 2 Siqrncr 'Yong 'You Relax ?i Mu R - in MARGARET ANN MA Ordwoy ' KN. A. A4 Rorb nkcxivesq erinqz 5' qiildq do Enq Rnqine ' 'You i - Coloro 917 Yi PL. '5.M.E... seiior , W indow . Arks and Sciences, Councilq Rouse oi Represe Siqrncx Epsilon Siqrncxg Co-ed Coun- - Spur. Pi G-crnrncr Nlu, Sec.. Rus. Nlqrq U. NN. C. Y-ATYXRYN LY-KLA NYARTXN Boulder Aris and Sciences: Ueiko 'Phi Delis, Sec. KUNXX NXATSUS All XANE LOUXSR LAATTSON Mesilld, New Mexico Ornchc, Nebraska crrnocyn Rx. Club, Sec.. A. C. 5.1 Arms ond Sciences. Alpha Yiniq ' Lon Cinbq lniernoiionol XN. C. Aa U-AN. C- - Universiiv Onoir. HARRY ALFRED NYAYC Louisville erinqn A. S. NX. R4 Siqrncx 'Yana don. PR Cosrnopoii Reloiions Cinb ROBERT YRANK-LXN iill-AUC?-RAN Golden Encgineerinqg Siqrno Rni Epsilon. Vice-?res.q 'Yon Rem Pig Siqfno 'Yong Alpha Clrfi Slqmdz Scirniiorq ACS.: A. X. C. H, ?res. XORN E. MEANS Boulder C. E4 Alplncx Engineering: A. X. C'niSiQ.rnc1, Siem nqirxe ci, Pres .1 ?iq Coloru EDAVYRE XINXAN l Denve- Arks ond Sciencesg D 0.1 Barb Rees Goldg ?rer ARCRX 'LSR ORRRT XNlLL'iANX Denver - A. L R. E.. R Enqine er inq . Enqines DORIS ELIZABETH MO Hhhsdale Arts a ORE , lllrhols nd Sciences- Theta: Co-ed . Kappa Counsel Silver a Alpha or: A. nd Colo'- Q S.: , Dodo. ROBERT MORRIS MORRELL Srerhhg Arts and Sole U CGS GORDO N ROVER MESSEMER Denver Eng-ineerinef -Di M E u Epsilon: A . Radio Club YRON MILLER New Caslle, fl7O'1O17C7 foumalismp Sigma Delta Xi. X I' 1 .Y 'ms HAROLD EI MIC f En ' HAEL ulesburg gzneeringf Acacia: Pi Ina: Sigma Tau.- Wr IEAN ELIZABETH MINCER Boulder Arts and Sciences: U W Q: P Club. BETTY ANN MOLLIN Denver Ar ' ancl ISL-Wlcgs,-A Beta Rhylh Phi , Coloradafz: In Circus. rench LAURETTA MOLONEY Monte Vista Arts and Sciences: House of Rep- resentatives: Phi Sigma Iota, Sec: Mortar Eoarcl- Spur: L S. A.: ' and Colag- Colorad w' Club: Spani HELENE CHRISTINE MONBERC Leadwlle Arts and Sciences: Honors Union,- Debate. '15 LA URE Izces: D Ne Wm cal RALPH CAREY MO Re Music , Phi M Stam nd. IOSEPHINE ALICE MORRISON Salida Arts and S ' Pres.: WILLIS SHERMAN Cra- Arts Moss ua' function ana' Sciences: Kappa Sigma,- Wllliarcl History Club: Honors Union. crencesf Barb L S. A., Woe- epresentatl o Reeve Pres. - ves: U us Int ., Relf up: Or Qi- ch esis. MARGARET LEAH MUGRAGE Denver :Q Arts and Science e enic- MARTHA LOU MUNDAY Dayton, O ' ana' S ' hio crences - W , Dormit ry C A. A.: Campus Pe ouncil: K W Cf A.: Dodo. 1 lf- . -.t - ' .. .3-vt L f s: Alpha Phi: P , Coloradan, Bu and Gold- D QU' s. Mgr.,- S11 oo'o,- Rhythm Circus. RUT H E M UNRO Puebl Ph arln acy' Co o , Chi Unselor Omega- : W A. Spur: Mort U , Dormitory A.: if Cf A.: ar and Pestle Club: RX.: Mr Q, smfer and Colai- Wqndow. u Alpha: Gle p Club: Presbyteri ion: Cho'- Ba s . House of . W C- erest Gro Sblver any Player ' sh Club, V' French C s ice-Pres: lub. NCE ELIZABETH MONNINGER Durango Arts and Scie Dodo: orln Counselor an Club: LL rchaeologi' W Cf, Club. ORE Q' Cl17f 5 Acacia' Club,- CI!! Tau Sia- A. S. M E: estling. DOL? NNlLi.lPi Srerling ta 'Wneio Pi. Ni BOECK. NP- d Sciencesg Se Pxis on 'NTYEKGXNXIX YXXLL MYERS Boulder Plris ond Sciencesq USN. C. EUYN P-HU G. NPNLOR LEOTPL ELLEN NELSON DGTWGY X Boulder 'fleefiivila Sierno- Plldrici Epsilon. Plris ond Sciencesq lnier-Onnrclfx Beid Yi. Secq Pi 'Yon Conncil, ?res.1 Spdnisln Clnbr ' livfoiienboilena Yrendn Clnbq DAN . C. ' ersikv XNXLLX P-Ni Yi. NELSON Grand lunciion Sciencesn Barb Yleevesg nd Gold. Engl - 'lou Ni. E.. Un ?res,, Sigrnoa P.. S. Colorado Engineerg Bond RUTH Ni?-BYE NELSON Longrnonr Business House ol Bepresenkcxiivesq png, and Pl. Bodrdg Coed Connselorg Silver 5 - Blotier. YilC'riPl?iD Yi?-NXCXN NEXIXUS Lamar lkiplicx Chi Siqnidz Psfi. ado Engineer. YN. lk. Spur. Engin eeringq 3.1 lX.Cf5.1 Color CPLYKL P-.LBEYCY NEUNXANN Denver nd Sciencesq Sigrnd Della Silver on Goldg T. Yi. YYKPLNK. NORTON Granby Business. Plris cm Chiy Suqricxlidy Dodo, Ediio BOTH NO?0?rlS Denver iencesq House oi Rep- 'lovl Council- Blend. CifilliS O'BYilEN Denver - Sigxnf Pais and Sc resenidiivesp Dornxr Gonncila Delia Ylni dolioriz U. YN EPM ? ecice 'NN eeleq Y oun BN LE BOY NYE Uicrh Dells W PLL Ogden, Business Ikldnd 'Yon Oxnegdg Sigrno ?i1 Silver and Gold. N ROBERTS ODONNELL M I . i Beio 'LPIYYXLEE Boulde Ixris ond Sciencesy Gorrinid Yli Clrcinsier iroyn C. Ch. Y PHE ELXZBBETH OSSOBNE Wiggins Sciencesz Della ?'ni XN C. lkrks and 'QUG1 U . . Puls ond Sciences, Epsilonz Nevlrricxn Ci l-MXBG Bon Plris ond Sciences Cironsier lr BNET ROSES ide 1 C c Nii3?CiS ne. and Sci A P i C 1 NN . . Dells Ylrii Cornnm BET7' PADPIE' Dacono Music: Alpha Delta Pi: W Vice-Pres.: Spur: Hesperia sity Choir: Univ ' Y RAE A. A-, ,- Univer- ersiiy String Ensemble. PETE TRAVIS PAR Rock Spr' arm KER ings, W Ph acy: ' Phi D LD FRANCIS THO MAS P Deadwood Arts ARKER , South Dakot and Sciences: S' a rlver and Go MARY GENEVIEVE PARKIN yomuzg 9" Johnstown Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Arts and Sciences. elta Chi- Mortar and Pestle- A. C S. PENNEY ARTHUR PEARS N MARGARET EDNA PELTIER Monte Vista Denver Business: Alpha Tau Omega IT Business: Delta Gamma: Co-ed ter from Sauthwesternl' Band- Uni- ounselor- Glee Club: Rhythm versity Choir: Rhythm Circus Circus. HERMINA BEA TRICE PERLMUTTER Denver Arts and Sciences: Kappa Ta Dha: Theta Sigma Ph A' U Al- 1, U W.C1 THEODORE D. PETERSEN Boulder Engineering: A. S. CZ E NICHOLAS ROBERT PETRY Denver Arts and Sciences: Phi ta: A. S. Q E.: ' Mens GI Gamma De Silver and Gola? ee Club: Rhythm Circus,- C LL Day Committee. LA WRENCE ALLEN PICK Colorado Springs Engineering: Pi Kappa EI E- Colo ELIZABETH PA ULINE PICKETT Denver A i nd S i n U r CE c e ces: If .: Wesle Theater,- W C Y Poun Rhvth dation U1 C Club : Little: ircus: Players ,' Reading Choir. ROBERT REX POMEROY Colorado Springs Engineering: Graduate Student: Chi Epsilon, Vice-Pres.: A. S. Q E.: Sig- ma Tau: Alpha Nu. Alpha,- rado Engineer. PR ANCES ELIZABETH POE Boulder tlcirtsmczlld Scien ces: Delt . A. A.: U Delta Pi: Io a Delta Del- . W C.: Kappa ta Sigma Pi: Home Eco- nomics Club: if W. C1 A ROBERT GEORGE PORTER Pueblo rts and Sciences: Band A UDREY MARIE PRA TT Oafcu, 71 Ri and Sciences- D Y , elta Gamma: . W CZ A. EV AL YN PROUTY Denver Arts and Sciences,- Pi Beta Phi: W A. A. Board' A. S., Treas.: K W C A., Wce.Pres.,- Senate: Sp Hesperia: Mortar Board, P ma Alpha Iota: Rhythm C' IICUS ' UR' res- ' Delta P ., Sig- hi Delta' , Colorad Songfest C ' 0 u Dav hairlnan. ld EPINNEENCE El Denver Plus ond Solen ella 'lou Del- loz Pl. S. U. C., Don s ininis- ' litem Comm 'lon Delloq YD 'GQTZ PEOUTY CEIXED cesy D ce Co lllee lunlor P-lpllo Eosi - C.l3. Day Corn . slo Clxoinnong ond Gold, Silver CE XEPN QU Pillll PM Los Angeles, Cdliiornio ls cmd Sciences: Ei Eels Ylxli Lil- oleu KN. A. Pl.: Elnilllwn cus. '53 PT BCE?- ESPN inc Phi, P P-UL ld D nver 6 Dello Sig ddio Club ' encesg ?'ni- E ls ond Sci Piesq Pnl Epsilon , Clloidl Eecxdlng Club. P PML LEU! QU AEN-EEEG Rapid City, South Dolcoio ' ncesq Della 'lou Del- A- ldeoxl ond dllo. d Sole 'L 3, , Mun Sunl Plus on log Yoolboll, , Doggeu Pi Goxnrno NEB PMN EP-Sl Colorado Springs ciencesq Doiinilow Coun- Orcliesisq Lime The- Club. Pm lle The Cir CIXEOUIN ? IXULETTE EANNEY Lander, Wyoming Puls ond Sciences: Barb Reeves PMS G Sec.: Sencxle1 House ol Eeptesenlo- oil: YN. Pl. PL-1 - XN. Pl. P... U. XN'. G., Ytesq men Vlcwer-5 Elnl. 'lieosg Pllplid do. lNlLlIlPllll Q. EEEXIES Denver Engineesing: Dello 'lou Della. llv es, 'llnelo Sigma Nu: Do LUELLIX NXPSI EEED Shenandoah. lowo Pals ond Sclences XPQNXES ALMOS ALLEN EENE ElCl'l BEDS Pueblo Denver Buglgg 5-5 , GY OCHOKQ . 'lllel PANB G0 O1 if . SN EENNX EETW KPN-E EXCYXPLEDS Solino, Konsos Q ncesn 'XLCIQPO Pllplno ' Vofpoise. - d Sole C. Pl., BEE NSPOIEOED LYNN EO Liuleton :ls ond Sciencesg Pl. S. ll. C. Coin - Senlox Class Ptesq Honors ' Coinpus?eoce Coun- - Della Sig ond Ps ynlsslon. Union Councilg cilq Oiclotd Es-soq Club, :no Eno. ?i Genuine Mun Oar Clnolnp Young Dexnocrolsq Univer- silq Ednd. LM EOENSON llflPsl,CO Springs - lllorlov EEYYE Colorado Elxoxgnocqq Pnl Delia Clii. and Yeslle. GEOEGE NN . Denver Engineeiingn Sigfno Pllplxd P-. S. lil. E.: Ellle 'le YEED G Gilrno Engine etingg 'lllelg Puls cmd Sci HXEWLS I EOBGE 9 l Nlpslbl Mor rt KA THERINE H L GUIL G. HUDO P Arts POD ciences: Pi Mu MOR AN UAL Kihgslo GAN D RYAN 17, New York Arts and Sciences. DELMER EDGAR SANBUR Aust! Arts and E G Il Sciences: Sigma Alpha psilon fTranst'er from D. IU: Wres- tling: Phi Epsilon Phi: Wlcing Club. DORIS LOUISE SANTO Boulder Arts and Sciences: A.S.CLC, Sec.: A. W S, Pres.: Barb Council: Sen- ate: House of Rep.: Iunior Prom Comm.: Rhythm Circus: Phi Beta Kappa: Phi Chi Delta: Kappa Deira Pi: Sigma Epsilon Sigma: Mortar Board and H ELEN ROGERS as Vegas, New Mexico Arts and Sciences: Delta Gamma, ice-Pres: C'OfOfQ'O'Q12,' Dodo. LPH ueblo and S ' Epsilon HAR LEOM R , Chi Epsilon Tau Beta ' a FRANCIS ROBERT M Arts . OSEIV THA Defi Ver Engineering' silon ' f Pi D- P1: A. S. yers Club, President. ROYAL anzan and S ' ofa ciences: Phi Epsilon Wiring Club. NA 7' -S SA CH TER Pueblo Engineering: Phi Sign-,a D ver and Gold- eltq- Srl . A. S. Cf E OLD H OLDEN SANDBURG Austin Arts and Sciences: Bet I Transfer a Theta Pi- from Q Cl. HAROLD ALNION O B . Treas. esperia: Spur ANTIO NETTE NORMA SAX Grand function A Arts and Sci nces: Trans! r fr m ' V CC: Y1VEQA.:U w.eo O CAHMEN SCHUL TZ A Denver Arts and Sciences: X W. C A.: Q Mr Ci: Players Club: Rhythm Circus. MARGERY ANN SELF Deliver s and Sciences: Kappa D elta. J , Tau B ilon, Tr DOROTHY M A Y SCHU Po Arts s, KQDD enate: Y Gamma Ro SA UNDERS 112050, Nebraska uszness: Sigma Chi: Football 4: Basketball, Z' G , 2, 3, oltj 2, 3 ROBERT ELNIER SCHERRER IGM- Engineering' S . eta Pi eas.: P' Phi : Chi ED- 1 Mu Epsilon, Woe-Pres. E AN rt Colhns and cience - Gamm : S a Kappa . W Cl A., Pres.: MU,' A. A.: M ard: Coloradan: Rh OFIQI' Ythm C' CHA HLO TT E JUNE SEYDEL Deliver Arts and Science - A. A. Bo Cl s, Alph Phi ard- X Wi C Q ub: Gelman Cl Dornq Co U JFCI1 f W . A.: French lib: Polpoise, Pres.: unselor: Coed Coun . W1 Q: Sylver and C U Day O seloq' Golaf- Dodo: ueen: Little Theater. SEE? AED USSELL EXLLY E Denver - Era Kappa ' ee. L E. E.. Eesl Coynynrxl Engineering: P-. Pres.: Prpple LUClLE YLOY SYXPLYEE Boulder P-fls and Sciences. TONY SHUCOTSKY XNXLLXALA Pl, SHUT DGYWGI ldabo Springs EOQXUGGYKUQ. Englneerlngq Lambda Oni Prlphaq lx A s.wx.a.l Bene. XN NINE LE BOY '5Nll'Yl'l Berlhoud fr Bremer YK olorado IX YALE PERB BE fling ?'nl Del E Sle and Sclencesg Della Clubq Llkkle Theater. 'T P-rls Yrencln Y SLAXTE he my Englneerlngp ?l Kapp Nlu Epsilon: Pr. l. E. EJ C Engineer. PALEEN LAP-EXE SOXJDEE North Platte. Nebraska Prrks and Sclenceeg Earl: Councilg ouse ol Eepreseniaklvesq McKenna Hall Preslaenkg Senake 'Nlocaklonal Cornmllkeeq U. YN. C. HELEN 'SOLXN Boulder P-rks and Sclencesq Qhansler lrofn Colorado Skalelq Della Phi Prlplnaq ' Sigma lolag Spanish Club- lub Seaflreae-.1 Co-syn XN. C., Vice-Eres. EUTH LOEENNE E-'YEEYXENSOS Lmlelon P-.rxs ana Sclencesq Kappa Prlplnc 'llxelay KI. 'NN . C. Pr.: YYXX Chl Dellc Coed Counselor. Yum Yrencln C , pollkan Clubg U. EPHLAOND CLARENCE S? IXNGLEE Boulder Prrls and Sciences: Sigma Gamma Epsllo . ...Q l ?l'llLl? XNOLCOYY STUNX Denver Sclencesq Prlplxa ella. Pm-5 and D 'srxnlrsxnxa Enrzpcerma srovan La Grange, Illinois Prrrs and Sciencesg Prlplna Clnl Omega. KPSVXEYN LOUXSE EN Prledo, lllir nd Sclencesq sler rls a Clran College amrna ln XN. Pr. I 'YYXOLIXIXS PL. SULLN PM Grand lunction Prrls and Sclencesg Qlransler lroyn Mesa lr, Colleq . NIXOLE-'Y Mk La Gr Pais CLYDE CLARENCE SXNETY, lil. Denver a Sigma: Ha 1k.l.E.E Engineerlngn Kapp Kappa Nun 'Yau Beta ?l1 MAHMOOD 1 Ep eric-11 lubp C Nu: T aSigm a Pi: BE H THOMPSON River Foresb Illinois Arts and Sciences- Alpha Delta Pi,' unior Pan-Hellenic: W. A. A ' C TTY RUT rack, 2 4 Scimitar. ki TAHER Te-he-ran, fran Lhngineeringg Ch' Q Fr silo ' Club: Qfner n, A. S. Cosmopolitan Q Club: Chess Club, -QS, MILDRED TEPPER Arvada Business: Coed Coun U Q: D DA VID B. THOMAS Denver sinessg Sigma elt selor odo: W' ,' Spun lndo W. VIRGINIA MAE THOMA Walsen Arts and ' S burg Scie F U W C' 11 CGS ' , rench .f Little T Club,- heater. I. HARRIETT IANE' THOMPSON ,tx Ml. Morris, llhnois A Arts and Sciences: Hiking Club. MARION NORMA THOMPSON DOROTHY ANN THC River Forest, lllinorls- AIDQF' Arts and Sciences' Alpha Delta P1 A Q AHS n-He1lenic,' Peace Conference,- ie Economics Club,- Hiking Club- w,. W Cl R. IAMES A T G . HOMSON lenwooa' Springs Engineering: fTrcmster from Mesa h Collegel' Phi Theta KQDIOCL' Tau Beta ' Pi: Chi Epsilon: A. S. C MSEN lllo, T an d S cie exas ncesf U DONALD THURMAN Boulder ' Business- Phi Gemma Delta- C Commission' D Pres.: Heart PRED WALTER TILLOTSON Denver Arts and Science Epsilon: Al Epsil s: Sigma a Ioha Epsilon Delta: Phi on Phil' Phi Delta Chi' Tennis 2, 3. wi' , elta Si I and Da Inalia: B . C' Dus Club. -I A. S. Qfna Pi, gger, Pres.,' Su aslcetball, 2, 3 KA THRINE' MAXlNE TOOKEH Boulder Arts and Sc' ? FRANCES GERTRUDE F Arts TRACY ori Collins and Sciences: if W. C Spanish Clubf French iences: Arch Club' Hilcin . ' ,' TOMMYE TROLLOPE Cosperj Wyoming . A.. - - 1 Business' Delta Tau Delta: Rhyth Club. ' 5 I A- .31 gm' rf Circus- Dojo. ROBERTE1 TSCHANNEN Longmont gineeringf ALEE: Radio Club. MARIORIE ALICE' UNDERHILL Grand funci' Arts and S ' I ion ciencesf Mesa Translerg Phi S' College ignia Iota. aeological g Club. III cam,- Prime an - XN. Pr. iN. 6.1 ' dow: P-N 'YYXKN NE LOY5 MP-EY KI Lonqrnorrl ' Pilpna Oni . P'-.1 and d Sciences, P'-.1 Y. YN, C Silve eqa. U - Wm T0 Ordnesisg . dp Coloradan. Gol r Dodo 'NIXNCE FERNE 'NT IXLLEEO Denver 'neerinqa Pr. 5. Nl. E., Yi 'lan illu Ep-silon1 Newri'-an Engineer. Prlbllbl HENRY 'XIOXCE-WY Boulder Vlni Delta Oniz Mortar Pr C. S. Enqi Siqrna: ?i Club' Colorado Einar rnacv 1 and ?eslieq . Y-END PAA, E. YI PM Gfrl PM Berilroud ?i Kappa - Delia OPM P-DELE KN AGREE burq a if-appa Ixris and Sciencesg plnaq ?'ni Delia Oni, 'Yrea-sq Phi Prlplna, ?re-5.1 Priplna 'on Delia. EOEEYJY NXOUUYOH VOTE X Montrose l lla 'Yau Delia, X ' rsiwla ' ce-51 De e Unive ' Dodog Prns Garmin l l nies Sciences, llapp ers Club. P-LL ACE BETH LEE NN Lorxqrnont nciln Siqrna PA- irq Glee Puls ana Scien Kiran-sie: lrorn Drain Silver and Gold: Window Eoncl GEORGE THOMAS XN PMLEE f V Cincinnati, Ohio X' W, r lrofn Cincin- ,Q ' V Nlnsicn Eeace Cpu l- Pr. l. if " 6 plna loia, Orcneslrar Clno '65 ' bl, Club. GO O'l'lO iN IXNGELXS lder Enqineerinq Qlransie nail U, and Colo. Mines. Nl-. E.: P-. l G. E Enqin Bon 'Yheia Yi: P-. eerinqn Eeia Nl. E. EONNXE LOU iN PAJLIXCE Lonqrnonl Business Eeia Siqrnag Bnllolo Trad- er, Dodop Window: Blouer. NXPCIN P89 l. W PSBNEY Denver Enqineerinqn Pi Kappa IA Siqrnan Pr. Sill Law' lq Eeace Council, peria' Coloradan. XOYKU PLN 'Y Prlelifl IXGE YNEXLLS lirnarillo, T exa Enqine er ina . 'Yan GEEPADXNE IXNNETYE XN IXESYX PMEE Denver ' ' 'Spnrn Yl- lOYlN EOEEET T. Prvond xl Ni: Prrls and Sciences: silona Pi El. K Enqineerinq: 'Y Ou: and HOXN BED 'NXLLXIAXJX WHEELER Pueblo Elnarrnacv, cacia, ?res.q Nlorkor Eeskleq Prrclneoloqv Club. C c i. C P and DORO TH Y S. WI Colne Ari GGIN nburg, Nebrask s and Science - WC WC ELIZA BE TH IA NE WI Cafasauq Arts LLIAMS uq Pen S nsylvani ciences: ics JAMES CARL TON WILCOXE Coffeywile Busin ess' Ba N , Kansas . Sigma A slreiball, '38 Ipha 'Q Epsilon, , 9: All-American, 199: Sulnalia. ALFRED SVENNING WILL UMSEN Q Colorado Springs Home Econom- Engineering Sigma Club: U W C CARROLL IAMES WILSON Rocky Ford Business fTran Phi G sfer from Denver afnma Deltq- Delta S' Phi Epsilon Ph '- igmq Pl'-1 1, Coloradan. Tau: AJTEZE CAROLINE LOUISE WOLPF Yuma Arts and Sciences: House of Rep- FGSSHTQUVSSI Alpha Nu: Ui VIC CZ RREN K WOODIS GEORGE ALBERT WORKS IR Deerlrczil Denver Engineering: A. S CC Presby- Engineering: Ch' terian Union: Band. EQ, V' SARAH MILDRED WRA Eould Arts and ' Y er Scien Q 5ljsfQBcrrb Re GERTRUDE LOUISE WYA TT Denve- Arts and Phi- r Sciences: Theta Sigma , Kappa Tau Alphaf Silver and Gold S VSSI 1 Psi, Pres: ice-Pres.: RIIYI pplefes RAYMOND DUANE WRIGHT Grand funclion gineeringf Phi K neers Ball appa Tau: Engi- Commitlee: Pi Mu Epsi- ,- A. L E E, Pres.: BQnd. IR VING ZAMBA En ' KIAN Denver gineeringp Eta Kappa Nu: Pi Mu Epsilon: A. L E Radio Club. . A. L 11171 CiI'CUSf t Conzmiitee. ,jill lg Q , ix YE Q- in v-ff - 4. nw .' -1 3-, 1 .u ' fa: 'I .I a ,,, lim A -Q J'-4? .' Q- V . 592 .f Q . . 13 N34 'Q . ,x 1- 'I , M3 . I, ,Y 7,0 'N ,If l .ll W , N 5' 'E V "'-in fe '-fy -mgi g71?:ff v ,':.f W' 7 y? 'vnqfi in 3 .' I, 4-- X Q -,ef if ' if ra fi Ib M Nm 5' 'V l 7-- Q 1' . 1 " ' xv 'f-Fi41 r 5 5 4, I ' .,-75? ,- 'I F 'I ' I a inf' S ,PQ - r 1 my . . Q-lg! 'Y' 1 1 f Q wif N . YB. lPrCll XN. BALL Denver Phi Delta 'Yiietag Delta ha Epsilon Delta. ll Business Nm Garnrnaq lxip GEORGE G-EEN EIXEDEESTON Paonia Prrts ana Sciencesq Vilcinq Club. lPsCQl3El,llblE EAP-EXE BABE XIXCXC EDXN BED EPQ?t'lfX'l. rado Springs Denver W. C.. Vice- Enaineerinaq Ei llappa Prlplfxaq ' rsiw Pr. S. ill. E. HOXN PSD C. EEPBEH Colo Pais anal Sciencesg ll. Eresq Silver and Goldg Dnwe Ereadina Choir. Enaineerinq: Cortez Pr. S, G. E. lOilil KNEESTEE EPCEYYEPNX Tulsa, Olclalrorna Prrts and Sciencesg Prlplna 'Yau Orneqag Sopliornore Prom, Clnair rnanq Prlplna Epsilon Delta: Elni Ep- silon Phil Prlplna Chi Siarnag Silver and Goldg ECru1i'nrn Circusq Univer- sity ConceriEana1 C. U.Daf1 Cornrniitee. UMES XOSBVH BHIXCH ifilisorissr rms swan Golden Kansas City, Missouri Y-0C3l02GYl-IlQ.- Nts and Sciences: iiappa Prlplna 'Vnetaq NN. P-r. PM Spurg "IAN, C. Pr. EDXNXN IX.EENllS, XE. Littleton ' ClniPsi1 Silv Elvin lxrm and and Gold: Circnsg Eusin Bertha 7 Beta e rell ?res.q ls MPLYN EEXP-llCES HEX. Boulder Della Phi Pnl- C Cock- 46' ana Sciencesq ofpoiseg Spun DAN. . History Club, Vice- Elailers Clalo. pha: ? Natural 9Ol9T1 ittle 'En EOOHM lE V BN U 'tan arsitq EE ringhel Eu rness lu Delia lneia 'liacls 9 Sciynilar Delta Srqyna P Eeia Prlplna Esi Delta Nln Ga .I '5 SEE . GEIXS EEPAN Gol en Enaineerinaq Siqrna Alpha E silon 'Yan Eeia Ein Siqxna Pi Siarnag Cixi Epsnonq Pr. S. C. EJ Siqrila 'lan Colorado Enqineerg Glee Club. Sciences , ' Tneatera 'lraininq Little Eilot Civilian Proqrarn. lPsClA NOEMIXN BONE Montrose Eiiarrnacq. DPNlD Nl St. Louis M Enaineerinqn Siqfn Esille Glu X lNll,Bl3 Enqineeri llIYON a lc IOSEPH ROBERT BUCKNAM Sedolib Arts and Sciences. CA THERINE MARY BURNHAM Boulder Arts and Sciences: Barb Reeves Spun- U VIC Cf Colorcdon. AGNES BLANCHE CAMPBELL ANNA MARGUERITE CAMPBELL Boulder ,qiqnygsq Arts ond Sciences: U W C H Arts Qnd Sciencesy U W1 Cf: Glee Club: Congo Club: Rhythm Circus. OUISE HELEN CAMPBELL DOUGLAS CASE S011 Bernardino, Colifornib Fraser Arts ond Sciencesf Phi Chi Delteff Engineering: Pi KQDDQ All-vhfl Hiking Club. CORABELLE CHADBOURNE . VERNA LLOYD CHAMBERLAIN Denver Denver Arts und Sciences: Pi Betcr Phi. Arts and Sciences. DOROTHY IEAN CLA US DOROTHY BELL CLIFFORD Sioux Fells, South Dokolo Wichita Polls, Tex Business Kenna Alpha Thetq' r and Sciences Spur- Silver and Colof- Co-ed Coun- cilorf Rhythm Circus. HARRY EDWIN COE BARBARA ANN COFFIN Springheloj Illinois Tulsa, Olclczholnof Business: Phi Gczmmc Delta. Music: Alpha Deltc Pi: Universit Choir: University Orchestrq' Uni- Iz versity Concert Bond. ROXANNA AUDREY COON WILLIAM RALPH CON Boulder CCISDS1' U W Cp Congo Club. Engine ' MARIORIE ANN CORNELI US ' Tulsa, Olfloholnc rts and Sciences: Chi Omega: Q Cf: K Wi Q A. 9 1 1119 hi Epsilon Phi, A. YY O. HOWARD CLIFFORD COURTNEY Pueblo Business. KLING , Wyony' erzngf P ' Pres.,- 4 lPMES HBH? COXNDEN Silt Pirie. and Sciencesq Pi Kappa PA- 5' - Xlarsiiv 'Saseballq ?kii Epsilon ?bi Delia. 'NTicePres.q N" 1 Silver and Q s. PMG. Delia W iridow Circa Yliiz Coloradan: Gvldz ?9WNOr0 OYN Cwlllle ier-Yra lOSi2?ld SAMUEL C Boulder ciencesg Sigma Chin ln- ila lklplna Spai- ris and S ierniiv Counc lon Delia. DOHXS C. CROKNS Colorado Springs Sciences. Pins and l. MOSES CHEESE Longmont Pais and Sciencesq Kappa Sigma. Nlareiiv Sooioall, '38, H591 Varsiiv Track, ' DOROTHY C. CROXNSLX.. GENENIWNE XSENE DP-S?-1Xl'l ado Springs Grand lunciion d Ve-sileg Pix Pirie and Sciencesq Alpha Plni. SNC? HUGH DHBNSS 'lle Gold: Color avg Nloriar an Club . LAWS Louisvi ' er and es: Srlv Pkiafma EIXSLE YN PLDO Di-'N BLOG, Wi. Denver E-ngineeringq Sigma Cixi: P-. S. U. Prrie and Scienc Commissiong Scimiiarq Silver and Coloradan. Gold SARAH LSNOBE DXCXLXNSON " lO ANNE D SEK. Denver Denver Pirie and Sciences- Prlplna Plni. us-ineeer ?i Beia ?'ni, 'Yreasq KN . S. Commiiieer Silver and Go XB. KN . C. l XOYN ivinin DOSSFJI 8 Urbana, Illinois Engineeringn Sigma lklpkxa 'xlli-KGXNXIX NXIXUDS DOSBNS Buena V isia Pirie and Sciencesn YN. Pi. Pm Siam Ep-anon Sigman 'donors Unionp ln- iernaiionai Yielaiions Clnbq arn- ma Nm. lOldN CLAS?-SOYX Taos. New ' Pirie and Scienceer ?res.g French Club 'Vnea SNS DOST Pile CPJYHE rings Del- PXDSUE Colorado Sp sq Delia Delia Circus-. X cience ' ?0nqi'nr0 Pirie- and S ia- UAN. C Engin -sibl EPM UOXSS DUDGSON Denver lpba ?'niz Dor- 'X rpoiee: y Pirie and Sciencesq Pr miiorv Conncilg YN. Pi. RJ ?o U. C4 Y. C. PM Colofdddni ,X Silver and Gold. Phill.. C eering , XN TSCH UD Y FITZ R - ANDOLPH DUNGAN Bartleswlle, Oklahoma Engineering: Beta Theta ' Tau Freshman Award Alpha Chi S' Pi: Sigma .' Sigma Tau.- iglnag Scilnitar. 'Fi IANE EASTMAN Belwdere, Hllnois Arts and Sciences: Alpha Phi U W1 Q: Srlver and Golal ARLES LEWIS ECHTERNACHT BETTIE CARR ECKHARDT DSIWSP Boulder Arts and Sciences. Arts and Sciences,- Ganymaf Por ' Econo ' GEORGE CONRAD ECKHARDT Boulder Arts and Sc' iencesg Beta Theta Pi,' Ski Club. uh,- Kappa poise, U2 Jnics Cl Kappa WY CZ: Home University Ohoih ROBERT TAYLOR EDMUNDSON Greeley Business: Beta Theta Pip Varsity Track, 139' Coloradan: Delta Sigma ROBERT L. EICHBERG Denver Arts and Sciences: Varsity Golf Team: Phi Epsilon Phi. A.S CHARLES IOSEPH ELZI Erie Engineering- Delta Sigma Phif M Newman Club. DOROT1-IA MA Y EMERY NANCY LILA EVANS Scottsblulh Nebraska Denver Arts and Sciences: Delta Gamma Arts and Sciences: Alpha Phi' ode: U W Q GEORGE E EVEHHAHT EDNA M005 PALK Las Aminas Pqgblg Arts and Sciences. Arts and Sciences, Barb Council- Senale: Hesperia: Spun Pres.,- CZ W. Cf: Window Editory SIYVSI' and Golal' Coloraa'an.- Little Theater' Players Club. I MARGARET E PICKEL STANLEY RA Y FITZMORRIS Denver I Alvada Arts and Sciences: Pi Beta Phi. , Q Engineering: A. L E Radio Club: Eta Kappa Nu: Sigma 6 l Pi Mu Epsilon: Rh MARY FRANCES FOREST De Quoin, llhnors Arts and Sciences. Tau,- ythm Circus. IOHN LASLEY FO Gle Art RNEY nwood Springs s and Sciences: Phi Delta Theta: orrnitory Council, Pres.: Alp silon Delta, Pres.: Sci1nitar,- Epsilon Phi. ha Phi YBBNKLBND UXYNE Nlll.-l.-ETX Wnnetlca. lllinois Della Gamma: xer. 1 ces-5 'lnea me and Solen radon: Lame Colo HELEN NXPQKXNE YHIXNXCL Prlqona, Iowa s Prldna Oqnicron Plnvsical ETH BREWSTER GPH Pxlpha Arie and Science 1 Ylq NN. Pr. PM Orcnesisq canon Club- Newman Club. Edu ENXXKX SAND YBXTCYX Colorado Springs Paks and Sciencesq Kappa Prlplna House oi Pkepresentaklv , ' ' Spnrq Y.'XN.C Pr.: 'XNolle's 'lhelcig Coed Conncxlor. Hnvklwnx Clrcnsg "E-mavaqanzd . lO'rlN YROCTOB GEXG Yr La lnnta Ixus and Sciences: ?'nl Gamma Delray Coloradanq Dodo. GEORGE 'XNXLSON GLEIXSON Monlrose E-nqlneerlnq X91 Kappa Prlplnaq Dor- Councilorg ?'nl Epsilon Ylnlz - Colorado Engineer. nxllofv Pr. S. G. E. HUGH SUNMEBS GBLSMPM Denver Sigma: Warsaw ' Epsilon Enqlneerinq: 1-C1990 esdlnqa Pr. l. Cln. EJ Wu Fnrg Unlversikfl Onoxu Wnvxnm Clrcu ESTOCK KORS '62-NWI Denver Business Phi Kappa 'Yana Prlpna Nur Pnl Epsllon ?'nig Co oradan X-lille 'Tnea er, GB PN E G?1l??l'Y'rX NNXX.-LUX Denver nslnessg Bela Theta ?i1 Della rna ?in Coloradan. B CPJRNXEN GRONXEB Center SS . Bnslne Nl GEN Sla- KENS Denver Slqfna Prrks and Sclencesq Epsilon. XEPN EXXZ-IXBE'-'llrl GXLLETT Kansas Clly. Missouri Ixus and Sclencesn Kappa PA-p'na 'llnekag Yresnrnan 'Nlollevball 'Yearnq Spun Ylesperlaq lf. NN. Cf. Pm Ski Club, 'Yreasq Pxlpha Epsllon Delta. EIKPAWXIXNX NXPr?NlN GOODXNXN Denver 'PYXOYGXGCWIQ XN. Pr. Pez Nlorkar and Veskleg Delia V113 Pxlpbciq U. KN. C. Ps MP-E GPX Grand lunction elencesq Kappa Ka? ' Connelly Yre XN . C. 15-.rxs an Dor TYKYVLKXBQ , loradan: Garnrn nman 'Prom Co Silver and Gold: Co Dov Cornxnlklee. ?sP.?xBP-WX DDLO Maryville, Elissour Pale and Science-sq Dorrnik cxlg IX. Pu. Boardg NI. 'donors Union. G P-YRLOTYE BO Davenport, ' nceey Tneka , Llnwe Prrke PNES l and 5 ynrkovl - Y. C N G?.Pf i o 'X CXCXIN Ixus and Sore 'lreasq Spar ' raw YNXLLXS D Cr Arts oloi DON ALD HENRY GUIVNIN Longnz and G ont Scienc es: Phi GQIT1 Del IO. 171 1 CHARLOTTE MARIE GUSTA VS Boulde Arts and S ' ELIZABETH G-RANGER D Arts HAMM enver and Sciences a,- K W : Kappa Alpha Q A.: Silver ana' Gold LEA THA MAY HARRIS Colorado Springs Arts and Sciences: Alpha Ornicron Pi Pres.: Senate: Pan-H Pres.: Spurg U W. C- ellenic, ., Silver 01107 ON r ciencesf Phi Beta P115 W Cf: Home Economics Club: If W C A,: Religious Intere Committee, Chairman- S' Go sts river and ld ANNA E' HANSEN Caspeg Wyoming Arts and Sciences: U1 W LOUIS C1 SUSANNE GENE HA UGHEY Denver Arts and Sciencesf Alpha Phi, Sec-.f Dormitory CounciL- W A. A.,- U Wi Q: Yi W1 Q A.,- Coloradan: Silver and Golcfj- DOdo,- Window. HARRY H HA YASHI HELEN CATHERINE HERTHA Grana' function Berthoaa' Arts and Sciences. Arts and Sciencesf Honors Union. VELORA ANNET7E HILLS WILLIAM KENNETH H Colorado Springs Arts and Sciences: W A. A.,- Asso- Art ciate Member of Sigma Pi Siqmop U W C. JOSEPH THO MAS HOBBS IR. Colorado Springs Engineering: Pi Kappa Alpha nba Chi Siqlnaf A. I. C Mu Epsilon: Col I Al- ' 'WJ ll. Ph' j' orado Engineer. I X 'V j, I . DORSEY EMIL HOLTKAMR Balkans O A , lub rts and Sciences. .FI WALTER no BERT H E En-gi ' OGUE oulaler neeringp T ransfer from College. DEAN HOWARD HOWELL Ealon gb L 7 Arts and Sciences: Varsity Track,- Honors Union. MARYIOEL HULME MARY ELEANOR HUMPHREYS Great Benaj Kansas - Q . Raton, New Mexico Arts and Sciences. X W 1 I Arts and Sciences: Alpha Ph'- 5 U ' ' 'ff Transfer from Stephen - t in Y, Coclcrell Ivan, ' o H" I: brim A Q 1. s College,- ral History Club. ITCHCOCK Wray s and Sciences: Sophomore rom Committee: ColoraQ'Q11,' Rhythm Cir- cus Business Mqiqqger. Mesa 01' G lNG P-LLS 'lPllClPL . der PPL Boul KN.C.1Y.KN. ld. a Sclencesg ll. ' Silver and Go l 1 Plus an l C. PM Spur, 'BETTY l'lU'YCPllN5ON Boulder cl Sclerxcesq Pl Bela Pblq ol Plepresenlallvesq Y YN. C. PL.: ur ELl'LPJE5E'll'l XEELPLND Denver ' ncesq Kappa Kappa avdq PL. NN. S. Colo- Plrls an ' House 'Yreas.z . cllorg Sp , Senale, KN. PL. 1X.,Pres.. U. NN. C.1 Coed Cours 'NIlcePres. Pals and 'Sale Gammon W. IX. Pl. Bo 'xleeq Spun lflesperlag Clrcusz Peace Coun- Dav Coram. Coqnrm radanq Ebvlbrn l Vice-Presq C. D. Nl1XElOPllE PXELEN lNGE?x5OLL Denver enoesq Pllplna Plug Gold: Colo- -4 cl, lEPlNNE UXNUIX Denver a llappa and ls ana Sci Silver and bm Clrcus. N 'NN C A' 'Ebvl ls and Sclencesq Kapp Y XN. C. PL.: Silver 'nm Circus. ll, . radan. KENNETH P-DOLPPX XIXNKOXTSYLY Denver Plrls and Sclencesq Plnl Epsllon Mg. Pa ' Plssoclale lvlernber ol Slqrua Grammar . - Pllplfxa Epsllon Della. Goldp Elxvl NOENSPLN XNlLLlPNl lEN5EN Billings, Montana Erxqlneerlnqq Slaxna Nu. Pres. Plug ' Slams. Pr lEPLN ELLEN lENS Wheaton. lllinois Plrls and Sclencesq Pl 'Bela Pblq Porpolseq Orclneslsq llbxllbrh Circus. BETTY LOl3l5E lO'rlNS-ON lXflPxUPxlNE lONE5 Pueblo Boulder and Sclencesg KN .lX.Pl- UW .C. P-ns and Sciences: U. XN. C.: 'rloxr Econornlcs Club. lflP-EY lIlEGlNlPL l4ElllLl Nlarshalllown, lowa eucesz Della D C Pl Pals Paks and Sol lag D. C5 lf. . Club. LOEEPANE E. YCELSO Boulder Plrls and Sclencesq Barb Council' S., Secg lflouse ol Plepresen- are Prom Cornrnll- ' ' us lnteresls 5 ur .lNlLLlIXNl Denver eerlnq: Della 'l Baseball lk. XN. lallvesq S-oplxorn leeg D. YN. C.: Ylelxqxo rullleeq Coed Counselorg p sperla' Doclo. Enqlu suv Com 'rle ll?-'ll'lEElNE ARMS KEVXPTON Syracuse, New York esp Della Della Del- rnlcs Clubn len EOEEPCY NN Puls and Sclenc lag Spun Ylorne Econo Coloradan: Dodog Llkxle 'Pnea Dnlversllv Glee Club. D LE BOY LPSNLEE rado DIXEOL Pueblo E.: Colo Club . Enqlneerlna: Pl. l. Ch. Engineer: Coloradanq Camera 87 CARL ALFRED LINER Weldo na Bushzess. ET!-IEL IEAN LINKLETTER Boulder A I al S ' : C Cl C un- selos' WW 5127593 WDC: sl and Golai DONALD ALBERT LITTLEJOHN Grand lunciion Engineering: Eta Kappa Nu: A. I E Colorado Engineer. -'VIARIORIE ELEANOR LU Casper Ar KROPKA . Wyoming ts and Scienc es: U W Q EDWIN MCCRILLIS V Denver Engineering: A. L Ch. E Ski Club Buffalo , Pres. 1.-Q9 L 'X--ig fd BE 1 VS! IOHN WESLEY LOW Grand En ' E funcuon gineering: Phi Delta Theta. SUE' Moc AMANT El Paso, Texas A1-is and Sciences: Kappa beta- Ski Club: Y thln CFrcu - Alpha - W Q A.,- s, Pan-Hellenic: Ger- man Club. ULAH ROSE Mc-DOUG'AL Alwooci Kansas Arts and Sciences: Alpha Phi. FRANCES WILLARD MCEL VEEN ROY HOLT McK'lNNIS Denver Walsh Arts and Sciences: Home Economics Business. Club: Silver ana' Golai ANNE COOPER MCLEAN Oregon CULV Pharmaqf , Oregon : Alpha Ch' tar an 1 Ome- ri Peslle- Qcr: Mor- , RX Club. WARREN MERRILL MALLORY Boulder Sigma hi psilon ppa Nu: Sigma Tau,- Club: Cololado E ' SC 1 ,- p - 5 I. R R Radio - ngineer - -E JOAN LOUISE M Mon ARTIN mouth, llhnoie and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma: Porpoise. REVEN COOPER MALONE Lal-e Arlhun New Mexico Arts and Sciences: Sigma Nu' Window. GEORGE Y MA-SONAGA Eribhlo Pharmacy- Ino ' n , Mortar and Pestle: Cos- politan Club: Buffalo Ski Club. ARCHIBALD LE ROY MCLEAN Boulder W Engineering- A. L E E erian U ' .: Presby- nzon. RORRRT NYORDOCTC MBUL Denver - Deiia Ton Dei- Nforsiiv P-.ris and Sciences. ing 'ilcirsiiv' Yooibcxii, 'ESQ 'ilifresiiinqi Piiplncx Rpsnon Delicig Pri cr Oni Siqrnog Scimiicr. W K Ni?-RRTYXELD RRON . Ford Theio ?i. Rocky - Rein l GBM ond Sciences, P-:is Pirie. ROSENXLXRY MXLL D env er Kappa lkiplno cmd Sciences Tiieio. pix iviririiifin sein iliiiIi,RR Colorado Springs Business Priplno Deiia ?i, Trecxsq Rouse oi Represenioiivesq XN. Pi. Pi U. XN. 6.1 Debciinqg Colorodcrn. RLXSR iMXRGURRiTR MONT IXNDOR ALEXANDER new me wins Brighton Grand Iunciion Pais cxnci Sciencesg ?i Reis ?'niz G51 VW-92Y1O'VYiGi0" Senoieq Rouse oi Represenicxfivesg ' P59190 Gin l Dorrniiorv ?resideni1 W. Pr. Pi. M, Rocrdg Spun iriespericp Siqrncx Rp- V silon Siqrnoq Y. YN. C. PM Reiiqious inieresis Goynrniiieeg Pi. TN. S. Voudeviile Continiiiieeq Riivilnm Circus. TMXRT MARE XXAUNSON Boulder ' 'Freshman Rrom e Eco- i Pirie ond Scienc Piipiio Epsiion Deiio. Siqrnc. 6' Prris ond Sciences. Coynvniiieeq U. XN. 6.1 Roni ornics Ciubq Pissocioie Member o Piclvers Ciubz Liiiie Tnecxier. RORRRT FELT? NXUNDRLLS Walsh Pirie and Sciences. IX. 'PE-YTON NXDSSELNNRTTR RT RIXNSONXR NASH Winter Park, Florida onolulu, T. H. Pirie and Sciencesq Reis Tiieia Rig Rnqineerinqr Kappa Siqrnan Phi E ' Svlirnrninq, H2191 Conierence siion Plfii. Onornpion, '37, DPQHRL YRIXNXQLTN NTC? Lincoln. illinois 6 Sciencesq Piii Del Sw xiii cxrsiiv ' rfiinq 'XIXN C. NRWLTN X CPA. Denver Sciences . P-ris ond. RR1kTRiCR RLT?-IXTBRTR NRJSSON Denver - Deixo Deiio Dei- Pm lf Prris ond Sciences, io, ?res.1 Sencieg TN. Pi. Pm Spun Hesperia- Window Coloradcn. XORN 'iN ii,Li PM. ? PETERSON D env er 'Aw oiieniioiien: ciencesz Cir cvs . Prris and S Rififliiirn Piris on i!lPiRlORiR BE Bonid Bnsinessg Piipiio U . KN SiDNR Piris ci LLR e over IIC! Sci A A JAMES ANGUS PHILP Den Arts Q12 P ver d Sciences: Bet res.,- Sophomor Scilnitar- Com U7 Circus- WALTER R OSS PLETTNER Denver Businessf Beta Theta Pi- Colora dan. MARY HELEN POTI-IAST Deliver J-Iris and Sciences ,- Alpha Chi Om eqa. I 1 OTT 1 a Theta , , e Prom Initieef ' Rhyth ' Q U Da MARIORIE NELL PICKETT Louisville Pharn1ac,v,- Mortar and Pestle MAR ADDEN POPE' Pueblo En ineerina- Phi Kappa Psi: A S Q M Colorado Engin VIN HE een . . BARBARA ANN POULSON Ignacio Arts and Scienc-esp Chi Omega. MIRIAM LOUISE PRICE WALTER HAMILTON PROKTOR Grand function D511 Vef Af d S - , 1 1, Ch- Arts and Sciences- Pi Kappa AI- Ofnegl U ifncifsxa EAJCLIA I .ohaf Varsity Gold- Alpha Chi Sig- Cr- Alpha Epsilon Delta- Associate American Chemical Societyf Cam- V1 era Club. FRANKLIN SINCLAIR PROUT A BARBARA PUFFER Denver Br" ,V Colorado Springs Arts and Sciences: Theta Xi. f' 1 If gg-I:mgndYScTi1evncgs,-Ahrapzipo Kappa "i Silver and Golof- IOSEPHINE SARAH PYLE Wray Business: Chi Omega,- Representotivesf C Spun I-les ' House of oea' Counselor Dena: if W Q and G A., sm, ' old - W Ci: Color-aO'QI1,' HAROLD QUIAT Denver Arts and Sciences- Phi Si ta- International R FRANK RHILLIP RADFORD Haxtun Arts and Sciences- P Db . i Katana Al- a,- Scifnitar. SHIRL . RE Y B De Q EYI ences: Pi Beta Phi .r CL Cf Silver and Gold L CE IOSEPH RE Baytow- En gin ee A WREN gina Del- elations Pres. ILLY n, Tera ring: D sity Gol - s elia Ta 15 A. I I1 Delta: . Ch. EZ: Q U Committee. WILLIAM Fi REYNAR Fl M D . organ Arts and Sciences. Var Day Club xo, Epsilo SEN?-E ANS EET EO l EOE- XN mv ilon 'P Enqineerinqg ?'ni Eps A, S. Nl. E. lfxlg DOEOTYN GETCYXETL ETGGS Denver 'F 5? Sciencesq Della Dello Del- X V 4 ljxesperlog Siq , Silver o l Xl AN ONNE XNTXIETTE SAMBA Wolsenburq ncesq Alpha C'nl ncilg Spurq 'lver 'rs and Spun 'IGS .1 Ar Treosq ' rno ? n Srq , Gold. l cl Scie Cou lor' S1 A Ylesp ond Go , Vvnvrnrn Arls on Ogueqo: Dormitory eriog Coed Counse , ld- Dodog Coloromdon: Circus. 'XNll,lIlAlfl AETHDE SACTCNXANN Denver Eusinessq ?lri Gornrno Delloq Dells Siqruo Eig Coloroclonq Dodo. NXAEY LAUEETTA SCOTLAND Arls ond Sciences: Della Della Delia. mg HENEY ADOL?i'l SCEAEYEE Leodville Business. EDGAE GEOEGE SEENXAN MANY El,l'LAEETl'l SHANNON , Denver Des Moines, lower Aris oncl Sciencesr ?'ni Siqrno Della Eusinessq Tronsler lrorn lslndenwood Colleqeg Chl Orneqcx: U. NN. C4 Eels Siqfnog Colorodonp Silver ond Gold. 'NNll,l,lANl ELDON SEOAN ALTEE Wllll Alfl EO AEK SlSSON Loveland l Lo lunlo A. l. Ch. E.g Eille Club. Arts one Sciencesq l?lni Kappa Yi Alplio Epsilon Delloq ?'ni Della C Universilv Bond. BETTY lANE SNllTl'l Denver Yi Belo 'Y Enqin eerinqz AN TCKEENX Nl lACOB SL Springs o' Vlni 'iNllJi,lA Colorado ou Orneq . 'lver and l lno T don: Sr Tlneolerq Y V Eusinessa Ap Epsilon Elnig Colors Goldg lflonors llnionr Lilile Plovers Club. EEEEEET LE BOY SNllT Sterling Tkxelor Yresln- XI orsixv Eusine-ss: Elni Della rnon Eoofooll lflonoqerq Boslcerlooll lllonoqerq Dello Siqrn Ei. SN ATE CNAELOTTA Denver 6 Sciencesq Tronsier irorn N ulliern Colilorriio Y - Elrxvklfxrn ANN Arls on Dnlversilv ol So Alpha Willy ll. AN. C., Circus. rks ond Sciencesq Colorodong Window: 'Ellivl Cornrnlllee. COE-ETl'l rond lu Arls ond NAB Eusinessp rnon SllllT r Sl OLD A SHIR LEY SPIEGLEMAN Denver Arts and Sciences,- O U W rchesi S. WARREN ELMER SPRADLING Trinidad Engineering. Q., WILLIAM DA VID STANCIL GERALDINE LEOLA S Denver Arts and Sciences: Sigma Chi: Phi Art Delta Chi: Alpha Epsilon Delia: Dodo. REUB N ARTH UR ST Colo Pha EVENSON rado Springs rmacy: Phi D Epsilon D C. . . ella Ch ella: M ivilian P' TANSB Le Ve! s and ' UHY a Science - U W C'- s, Barb Reev ., Wesley Fou es: ndation. FOSTER O. STURDEVANT Boulder i,- Alpha ' Engineering: Freshman Track: Scini- ortar and Pestle: itar: A. L E EZ: L SC A.: Coloradanp ilots Training Adnzinistra- University Band tion. THOMAS WILLARD TEN EYCK Denver Engineering: Beta Theta P" i- , Pres.: Coloradanf reshm Football. an' MARIAN FRANCES THOMAS Coon Rapibls, Iowa Arts and Sciences: Delta Delta Delia. CARROLL C TIMPTE CHARLES ROBERT TOWSE Denver Miichell Nebraska Engineering: Kappa Sigma. Engineering- Alpha Uni VIRGINIA TRUE Boulder Arts and Sciences- E'conO!ni cs Cl , U TM C: Ho lib: Little T me heater. Q11 Tau versity B d Omega: MAXINE L. TUNNELL Denver Q 'Q Arts and Sciences: Pi Beia Phi: W A. A.,- Spun- Hesperia: Sig Alpha Iota, Treas.: Coloradan, Universiiy Choir. VICTOR: JEHQME 7-UHM5-R LOUISE CORWIN VAN DEVENTER Nunn ' Evansfon, Ilhnois Arts and Sciences: Pin' Kappa Tau. AHS QgdVECgfC?SfwBgl'llLHe9VeSf WAYNE LYNN VAN VLEET Denver ngineering: Phi Gamma Delia. 91' RICHARD BIGELOW VERTREES Castle Rock Business: Sigma P'- Chi: Delta Sigma 1, Phi Epsilon Phi. RTE 'NN lXl,l5.lZlK ?1llJ'lN lNlPxT'llO C'ly Missouri Della Del- NUR nsas 1 , ' Delta P-.rks Ka and Sciences, lag U . YN . C. Ol,GlX VON 'XNEDELST IXEDT Beach, Calliornia - lunlor Class - Ylorne BLE5 YN PHD 'NN PETS lle lla Sla- Lonq Puts and Sciences. Volleyball Tearnq U. XN. C., 'cs Club: llnlversllv Clnoxt. Econognr Glflk La Sa ?l- liuslnes , rna lily Silver a Bnllalo Trader, Bn De Nlqr .3 s- Bela Tlnexa , nd Gold, Bus. s. Nlqr. YllCl'lPJ?lD WARD 'S Grand lunction Business Bela Tneka ROBERT 'BARRY WEST Denver Slarna Clwlq Slarna PSIKS Gil Gornxn DIN NXIXYGI 'XNEDEL lovva ev es EVE Fort Madison. a Sciences: Barb Be llkee' U. W. C Barb 5 NE- BETTY BOSE XNHTTEST El Dorado, Kansas Pals and Sclencesq Transler lrorn El Dorado lunlor Colle eerlnqn Tan, Enaln radan lGT ON lEP-N 'NN Denver ha Vlwlq ?an- Coed 5' MQW c N Colo- Prrls and Sclence . ellenlcg 'rlesperlaq U. . Connselorq Silver and Goldg 7 ?Cnvk'nrn Clrcnsq C. ll. Dav Carnqnlxxee. LXNETTE NN XDA sl-ca r NXPCPN XE Omaha. Nebra sa Pllplxa Ornicc ' Colorad Science llenrcq G s and Pan-lfle -USN. . P r lp lnnlor Y NN. C. P-.. LOUXSE CRW! XNlGTON Beverly Hills, Caliiornia Paks and Sclencesg 'Pl Bela l?lllg TAN. C. Ps' Orclnesls DPNTD YBIXN-Y.l,lN lNll,l,llklxll5 HAROLD SYDNEY 'XNTNOC Denver Greeley Slarnaz P- Enaineerlnq. Plnl Ep- Enqlneerlnqn Kappa Cin. E4 Aeronautical Club snon ?'nl. HOME? OUXNTN XNOODBUYN Boulder - Bela Theta 'Plz loradan: Pals and Sciences. 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NORMAN SMEDEGAARD ......... Treasurer ROCKY MOUNTAIN LAW REVIEW LAURENCE FLANDERS, IR .......... Editor . Vice-President . . . . . . Secretary ALVIN L. ROSENBAUM ....... Business Manager ROBERT DANIEL ELLIS DUDLEY HUTCHINSON, IR. ROBERT SABIN IAMES DAY DONALD OLSON MARQUIS SMITH IAMES HARRISON HAWTHORNE HOMER ALLEN SOBEL CLASS PRESIDENTS ROBERT SABIN ......... . Senior Class WILLIAM FEDERICI .... DAVID DUN KLEE .,.. The School of Law has three main purposes: it equips men and Women for the practice of the law, it gives them a ioundation for life in the business world, and it prepares them for public careers. Scholarship, training, skill, quality, and character are emphasized. Graduates are not only trained . . . Iunior Class . . . . Freshman Class technicians oi the Law, but are also Well-grounded in the principles ot the profession. The Law School was established in l892 by the late Federal Iudge Moses Hallett. Since then it has continuously kept place among the leading schools of the nation. SENIOR CLASS Fourth Row: Iames, C., Carper, R., Beam, O., Smeclegacrd, N., Smith, C., Poyen, I., Tyler, R., Poole, F. Third Row: Anderson, R., Friedrich, R., Flanders, L., Smith, S., Williams, I., Mancini, F., Huge, O., Ellis, R. Second Row: Simpson, S., Hawthorne, H., Oram, D., Rice, G., Hardy, F., Enochs, S., Hotchkiss, N., Reynolds ,V. First Row: McNeill, W., Oxman, I., Zveitel, I., Emiqh, A., Porter, M., Cochran, H., Tarbell, W., Sabin, R. I'TIC"i- VE-IL f' -,ai 13 as 99 35 Page 114 1.1.5-31-.. I Ilan., I v"'9: ' ' ,lil - X, ali: 942' 38 IUNIOR CLASS Fillh Row: Reese, R., Hite, R., Reylon, W., Strain, G., Snydal, M. Fourlh Row: Spieqleman, R., Olson, D., Phelps, T., Iones, I., O'Brien, W., Enochs, R., Steele, A. Third Row: Thompson, S., Day, I., Rosenbaum, A., Sobel, H., Holdridge, D., Glenn, W., Mendenhall, C. Second Row: Duke, R., Schwartz, F., Fox, R., Lichienstein, A., De Mott, R., Modesili, L., Cabibi, P. First Row: Melton, R., Kelley, R., Goldin, Pi., Duponte, H., Shallenberqer, F., Feclerici, W. FRESHMAN CLASS Fourth Row: Martyn, Pl., Knous, W., Kemp, F., Massie, I., Shaw, R., Farr, K., Condon, I. Third Row: Sheridan, I., Boyle, H., Truswell, W., Homes, H., Block, I., Williams, I., Fairfield, W., Motisher, C. Second Flow: McDaniel, L., Dunklee, D., McFann, R., Darden, W., Phillips, H., Emeson, S., Rocchio, W. First How: Stevens, W., Goldstein, G., Evensen, M., Warshauer, G., Tullis, E., Ratclilfe, A., Royall, C. Q , , f Y ' il. Y K 5 I, fa -2: 4--. li , ,Af -. f . 1 , w - - . f neun, I W Kill 3221 p vgl QQGQ ' , lpuf . -- in I M xi? -la D I I- -0 nr ', 1 ' -v ' ls: I -.4 f v 1 ,D P. 1 v . 31 if IQEEI gg, 33. an QQ -1' .. 1 ' .I fi A . 6 I I .. il A . Two Who Led 'S-...- IAMES LIVINGSTONE FARRAND ln 1914, the year marking the start of a struggle which even today threatens the ideals of democratic education, lames Liv- ingstone Farrand became president of the University of Colorado. During the five suc- ceeding years as president and until his death in November of 1939, Dr. Farrand championed the ideals of a finer culture, lived to see many of his efforts rewarded in an advancing society. lames Livingstone Farrand was born in 1867. He was educated at Princeton, Co- lumbia, Cambridge, and Berlin, was noted in both national and international circles for his research in anthropology and psychol- ogy. Dr. Farrand devoted much of his work to health research and planning and was es- pecially active in the prevention of disease during the First World War. He served as president at Colorado until 1919, then as di- rector of the executive committee of the Red Cross until 1921, when he was appointed president of Cornell University. ln 1936 he became president emeritus at Cornell. As president at Colorado, Dr. Farrand instituted numerous changes, brought the institution recognition as one of the leading universities in the West. His influence has been notable at Colorado, where he first gained notice as an educator of high integrity and humanity. ln this year of 1940, we honor the memory of a great and good teacher, give thanks that we have had among us a champion of ideals: lames Livingstone Farrand. SIEBELT L. SIMMERING Since 1906, when he entered Colorado University as a freshman engineer, Siebelt L. Simmering was a beloved and respected friend of faculty and students. ln the thirty- four years that followed and until his death in lanuary of 1940, Professor Simmering proved himself an educator of great insight and ability. More than an expert in his field was this tireless mastery he was a loyal and brilliant friend. Siebelt L. Sirnmering was born in 1884. 1-le received his B. S. at Colorado in 1910, his master's degree from lllinois University in 1913, and his mechanical engineering de- gree from Colorado in 1916. l-le returned to Colorado in 1919 as associate professor of Mechanical Engineering, became head of the department in 1936, on the retirement of lohn A. Hunter. Widely known in engineer- ing circles, he was a member of the Amer- ican Society of Engineers, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, and numerous other engineer- ing and educational societies, We pay tribute to "a sympathetic, patient, and yet exacting teacher," who overcame the handicaps of ill health to maintain the principles and ideals of higher education, who represents to all who knew him the strength of such education. By men like him is the truth known, is the hope of a society which advances through knowledge: Siebelt L. Simmering. Page 116 ' .,jb, 4' l t 0 -mf ?' Shirley Reybold, Pi Phi, laying to catch him again . . . Whose the bag in the closet? . . . lt's a cold day . . . Frances Gillen, and the music comes out here . . . Population prob- lems . . . Suzanne Gillis, Pi Phi, Wonder what Lex is into now? At least Dotty saw the photographer . . . Throw him a fish . . . Make 'em shine, gal . . . Barbara Fishel, Pi Phi-at last a corsage . . . The girls Walk on the other side . . . Oh Well, maybe someone will call next week. ti' M -4' sv Wr- Study in black and white . . . A good blockade . . . Now it you'll just turn around a mo- ment . . . Brittell, Wiqton-looks like beer . . . l think l need another quick one . . . Marion Stearns, lim Dyde-someones tooling . . . Howard Mann, A. T. C., watches fun at kiddie party . . . Two oi the inmates. ls it edible, Pat? . . . lohnson of lohnson, Beer cSfBeer . . . lroninq qrandma's lonqies . . . Mosquito bite? . . . Ben Allison, Siq Chi, Clara Lou Casey, Kappa, Emmett Ryder, pirate . . . Frankenstein on skiis . . . Which ot you is self-supporting . . . Dribble precaution. The iinger of scorn points at you, too! Betty Stabler and Bill Secor . . . Touchdown? We doubt it! . . . Buth Maclvlillan, Theta, what a hold! . . . A Bohemian girl . . . Chin up, Ioan! . . . Chummy Chi Omegas . . . Boland Wolcott-not in my lap! Ostenburg in the Wilderness . . . Yea man! Dominic, hold it! . . . I-Iedy Lamarr Camp- bell . . . Merrill Dicks-formaldehyde or coke? . . . At least they're smiling . . . Grin and bear it, Tommy! . . . When does the poker begin? . . . Dotty Schureman, Kappa, Winter sports enthusiast. "1 I". The handsomest man off the campus-but hes married Stanford s contribution to Boulder, Barbara Anderson . . . Miss Smercheck campus information bureau 1 Bradford-God's gift to Women, just ask him Greg Murphy makes a pretty picture . . . Blinking Betas basking. Beauty and a beastly hangover . . . The one that didnt get away One somebody threw back . . . All night suckers . . . Helen Thompson P1 Phi biting and smiling Dancing Delts and dames. 'Cn S- Yi 6 u. - ,K 7 , . I., Y 9 1 f if-+17 J Y' Q 'v 's 5 , , , '- , ' ' ,' 1 nv-,vnr.1'-'ha ' B j -A-. ---I -j-f.1.h, r,7-- .ivy-.1 ,---Q" .. W -- .4f2'n-ng-.I - . 'I' ...--v --4. vi-1-in i' J .+- 1 K' v - I Q., ll 43-. ,L , 1 3 U 5. .H I 'Ei-if ig s i E3 In rg 1 , r "6f:' -r '-' :ak p. -' " L RN. .2 age + """vn., - K? is 4 EFL? .1 '15-32? Mvxt SST sex If Q ,fa K ah EW, 3' Lola I-latch, beware Woman at World. . . Did she come like that, or was it something they served? . . . lust a short shriit-get it? . . . What was her phone number? . . . Sleeping beauty. lane Eastman, AlphaPl'1i, Ben Clarlc, Piliap, the life ofthe party! . . . l-lm! Going up? . . . l-lellol li you're Willing, We are . . . Griffith and Ashby, hatching brooolers or Vice versa . . . Three little iishes, Carrington, Fleming, Custance, Pi l3hi's . . . 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Among them are organizations arisinq from the classmen's qreqarious instincts, otherwise from his desire to Wear pins and pay initiation fees. Activities prove an ex- pedient, often remunerative way to spend college time. igfkz Q. ' EZ zu , K v A I w 4 w zfdqym w if uw w v ilfver and Gold Despite the petticoat influence of a feminine editor, the SILVER AND GOLD, serni-weekly student newspaper, managed to publish its issues on time most of the time, and did not carry any more qossip than usual. The cam- pus health situation proqram was forwarded by the pa- per, national circulation Was qiven its comments on the football revolt, and the paper continued its policy of pre- senting a chronicle of Colorado University student life. ELLZEY EDITORIAL STAFF NANCY ELLZEY .......... Editor CARL N . . . . Associate Editor . , . . . . Society Editor NAT ,.'fi'z- 'L lil . . . . ' Li I Sports Editor 0 . . Assistant News Editor BERL . . . News Assistants DUNC ' oHN . I D L l . Desk Assistants WILLIAM NELSON ' ' GENERAL STAFF Stanford Calderwood, William Patrick, David Ianison, Philip Bernstein, Arlene Solomon, Edward Seidensticker, Marian Bartrarn, Iohn Liqhtburn, Betty Buchanan, Harry Brophy, Dorcas Dunklee, Paul Clark, Dorothy Riggs, Yvonne Saliba, Leatha Mae Harris, Betty Rinqwalt, Garnet Swearns, Ester Devalon, Earle Devalon, Harvey Kadish, Al Kaff, Miles Frazier, Frank Karsh, Burton Peake, Betty Graf, Felice Garcia, Anne Nims, Ethel lean Linkletter, Helen Counter. NEUMANN WYATT BUCHANAN SACHTER FREDERICK YN QM 5 Page 128 Silver and Gold BUSINESS STAFF CHARLES WATTS . . . . Business Manager HENRY THIELE . . Assistant Business Manager IOANNE DIVISEK . . Boulder Advertising Manager CAROLINE PROUTY . . . Advertising Assistant BILL INGWERSEN . National Advertising Manager IOHN WILEY . ..... Circulation nib? GENERAL STAFF Frances McElveen, Sue Gillis, Howard Piper, Bob McCarnrnon, Lawrence Mack, Hank Robinson, Barbara Puiier, Dorothy Claus, Alan Nye, Bud Mayer, Iim Hickman, Thomas Woodruff, Bill Paddock, Betty McClellan, Harriet Moyer, Carl Strain. PROUTY THIELE INGWERSEN DIVISEK ve ", 'Q Page 129 oloradan The COLORADAN records the events and activities of a college year. Ils success or iai'u:e is not due entirely to the Editor or Business Manager but to the myriad of people who drop into the oitice in an aiterncon to tile long lists of names and plink typewritersl EDITORIAL STAFF TOM COOPER ......... Editor MARGUERITE IOHNSON .... Associate Editor Assistant Editors WILLIAM IOVANOVICH BETTY IRELAND - KATHERINE WRIGHT BOB EDMUNDSON FOSTER STURDEVANT Sub-Editors EDW. SEIDENSTRICKER EMILY IANE FRIT CH BETTY MCCLELLAN LEONARD MORRISON t MIMI BRIGGS COOPER GENERAL STAFF Sue Haughey, Adele Custance, Leslie Nelson, Virginia Harri- son, Iane Ballantine, Ruth Gleissner, Doris Thompson, Dorothy lane Lavington, Olie Woodbury, Bill Sackrnan, Shir- MARY MCCORMICK EVERYL HUMPHREYS PEGGY CHASE FRANCES LUDLOW SALLY WHITMAN EVELYN PROUTY MAXINE TUNNELL l ' r, Iohn Geiger, Inez E ggfifrj , Eleanor Bowen, IH- wffgijj: ij-Geffnrjrt,-3f'i5. Marcia War- 1-M -4-A--rf-.-A-'-.f-r-V 4- ,X .L Graves, Mar- t55,'?f2E4:',51F3ig7,1 tr, P-, rank Hayes, l'F1" - - , Edith Til- 1 1 iff- Margaret :Jai- , Platt, Mary- -1 -fs" T' 'Z ,: , -. - Fl rsfrssi e, Mary Shan- I - Norm Boffkf IOHNSON ' v-, -I :.,.G'1Hl"' , , I "I ouden B1lIGr1tf1th Georgene Iles, Marion Stearns, Ieanne Lytord, Sally Fleming, Betty Love Hawes, Vir- ginia Button, Phyllis Sells, Deane Hill, Pat Cameron, Robert IOVANOVICH, IRELAND. STURDEVANT Hawley, Bob Decker, Catherine Preston, Betty Lou Miller, Bar- bara Fishel, Gladys Silverberg, Lucile Allen, Mary Dellinger, Elsie Nietharnrner, Betty Bryant, Marie Fenn, Camille Reppert, Phyllis Lambeth, lim Cowden, Marilyn Walker, Dan Iones, Helen Alford, Helen Counter, Elizabeth Allen, lane Bein, Bar- bara McNerney, Bill Secor. WRIGHT, EDMUNDsoN PHOTOGRAPHERS Harold Lawler, Sam Downs, Merrill Dicks David Proiitt, Don Clark, Robert Fisher, lack Suttle. I-IUMPI-IREYS, BRIGGS, CHASE, LUDLOW SEIDENSTICKER, WHITMAN, TUNNELL, MCCORMICK Page 130 oloradan BUSINESS STAFF MARGARET MUGRAGE . . . Business Manager IACK GRAVESTOCK . . Office Manager BOB STEWART . . Collection Manager IEAN WIGTON . , Sales Manager BUSINESS STAFF , MARLIN CHENBURG . Associate Business Manager SUZANNE HAUGHEY MARY ELLEN BALL , SALLY WHITMAN . EVVA BELLE PEABODY . Assistant Sales Manager 2 Assistant Business Manager . . . . Bookkeeper . Assistant Bookkeeper MUGRAGE GENERAL STAFF IOHN DICKENSON BETTY LUCT BOB AIL GRAVESTOCK Page 131 IAYNE MARIORIE DIXIE MAE IACK LERNER FLOYD SALIMAN VIRGINIA IOLLEY STUART BALL CI-IENBURG t t NM P Do 0 The DODO attempts to portray humor at its best and Worst. It fills pages with Witticisms of campus lite, including iirst-hand accounts oi the "pin exchange", over-the-fence gossip, and tales of triple-tirning rorneos. It runs second to the SILVER AND GOLD in timeliness, but makes up the distance in conclusiveness. NEUMANN FERGUSON EDITORIAL STAFF Editors CARL NEUMANN WALTER LOVELACE Assistant Editors GLENN IRBY I. B. MILLER NANCY ELLZEY Departmental Editors SUZANNE HAUGHEY MAX MORTON DIXON BENSTER I-IUMPHREYS BUSINESS STAFF IOHN BUCHANAN ...... Business Manager HENRY THIELE ..... Assistant Business Manager MIRIAM BRIGGS, BARBARA KINSLEY . . Accountants BILL SACKMAN ...... Advertising Manager BRIGGS, KINSLEY BETTY MOORE ...... Circulation Manager MARY HOPE DEAVENPORT . Associate Circulation Manager PAUL DOUDEN .... Assistant Circulation Manager ' be so I Page 132 FALK Window This year the WINDOW has brightened its quarterly issues with illustrations, cover de- signs, short features, and book and music re- views. In seeking out new campus talent, the WINDOW sponsored both a short story con- test and a poetry contest. Eric Knight judged Richard McMaster's "Success Story" of first rank in the short story contest. FRANK CHAPMAN Despite certain difficulties of the business staff, subscription sales were at a satisfactory level with adver tising on the increase. And so the WINDOW passed another year "out of the red"! BUSINESS STAFF EDITORIAL I EDNA FALK . . . I SIDNEY PETERS MARY LOU SWEET . . LOUISE MARSHALL . AMIS, KISTLER, HAUGHEY FRANK CHAPMAN . . Business Manager KARL RAVEN .... Circulation Manager SUZANNE HAUGI-IEY . . Advertising Manager Page 133 olorado Engzneer The ably-edited COLORADO ENGINEER tea- tures articles concerning student endeavor or interest in the fertile fields ot engineering. Strictly a publication ot the Engineering School, this magazine also includes humor in the me- ? chamcal manner in the Oil-Can feature, and circulates Widely through alumni by its in- ' cludecl alumni news. APPLEGATE I-IODGE EDITORIAL STAFF V P STANLEY APPLEGATE .... . Editor ' Assistant Editors 'Y ROBERT ANCELL LAWRENCE BURT CLARA BARNES ROBERT HARRIS WILLIAM MARSHALL Sub-Editors TED KUNTZ WARREN MALLORY ROBERT CARBREY BUSINESS STAFF IOHN I-IODGE ..... Business Manager SIDNEY DINNER, IOSEPI-I IONES, RICHARD NEVIUS . . . Assistant Business Managers MARVIN POPE .... Circulation Manager LYLE BRAY, HAROLD COOK, PAUL WERNER Advertising Managers Page 134 'N gf NJ m AJ, I X-is I in -x Xf-. N! .15 N . . gi f 7 I s I 1 J 'x !. . ang. 103 x :Q fa , .E l'liIli'l'ni1!f'! Lf?-V mLveh'wG . 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Three men and a girl-Whoopeel Slalom on down . . . Buifalos practice on Flagstaff . . . University Ski Clulo race . . . Not in the Ski Club Race. ,I , yy . ,, ., V . I w, V ,V ,. Ln ll - 1' , liylll . wg' Q 'l f E Phi Beta Kappa rep Y f Iv --IIIBIIII n' OFFICERS . ROBERT L. STEARNS . . . .... President BENIAMIN S. GALLAND . . .First Vice-President IDA L. SWAYNE .... . Second Vice-President COLIN B. GOODYKOONTZ . . . Third Vice-President CLARIBEL KENDALL . . Secretary-Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS AND MEMBERS IN GRADUATE SCHOOL ELY E. BELL W. DAVID BEMMELS WILLIAM BLOOM FREDERICK D. BRAMHALL IOHN W. BRINTON IAMES W. BROXON FREDERICK A. BUSHEE RAYMOND E. CARLSON ROY ALAN COX CHARLES I-I. CUNKLE MILO G. DERI-IAM CARL C. ECKHARDT PERCY S. FRITZ BENJAMIN S. GALLAND DORIS B. GAREY VERA BECKER ARNOLD BIELLA ROBERT BURGH GEORGE W. CLEMENTS ZANOBIA CRISWELL VERN DUNBAR HENRIETTA HERZBERGER MARGARET L. BIRK IOHN CAWLEY F. E. E. GERMANN COLIN B. GOODYKOONTZ FRANCES IAMESON CLARIBEL KENDALL HUGH M. KINGERY LEONARD L. LEH WELDON LITSEY PAULINE MARSHALL HERMAN S. MAUL R. WAYNE MOODY THOMAS E. MOORE GEORGE NORLIN CHARLES H. NORRIS TACK D. OGILVY MARIORIE REYBURN GEORGE F. REYNOLDS MEMBERS ELECTED SPRING, 1939 GENEVA HIER DOROTHY IOHNSON IULIUS E. IOHNSON RICHARD KERR LOUISE A. LEE HELEN LINK SHIRLEY MANN ANDREW E. MURRAY MEMBERS ELECTED FALL, CLEMENT L. MARKERT 1939 WINIFRED RIGGS EDNA D. ROMIG PAUL G. SCHROEDER DOROTHY STANLEY ROBERT L. STEARNS FREDERIC STORKE FRANCES P. STRIBIC IDA L. SWAYNE ROBERT TYLER MABEL VAN DUZEE R. M. WHALEY MAUD C. WHITING ANNA C. WILLIAMS FRANCIS WOLLE PHILIP G. WORCI-IESTER FRANCES NOYES RICHARD M. PEARL RUTH PLANK FRANK M. OUINN CHARLES C. REGER ROBERT TRUSCOTT SALLIE ZIMMERHACKEL LENEA ROSETTA DORIS L. SANTO P ge 138 Heart and Dagger Honorary Society for Senior Men OFFICERS DONALD THURMAN . . . President THOMAS COOPER . . . Vice-President ROBERT LANG . . Secretcmy-Treasurer FACULTY DR. GEORGE H. LIGHT WALTER B. FRANKLIN MEMBERS THOMAS COOPER ROBERT B. IOHNSON LEX QUARNBERG LACK HARVEY ROBERT LANG DONALD THURMAN Le!! to right: 5..- ...... Dr. Liqhi, Iohnson, Lung, Cooper, 1 -'J li, ic:-A xg? Page 1 40 ' 'W-'rw nl. . M.-- - -.n 'A--I1 milf. IU. -uikf Y ., 7.1 ,.. , BEN B FISHER Pres1de-nt THOMAS DALBY V1ce Presldent ROBERT LAUTH Correspondmq Secretary EDWARD NAYLOR Recordmq Secretary WAYNE S BEATTIE Treasurer ARTHUR I MCNAIR Ccrtcrloquer I-IARLAN B. PALMER NORMAN A. PARKER WARREN RAEDER ROBERT RATHBURN S. L. SIMMERING L. CLIFTON SNIVELY EDWARD NAYLOR ROBERT SCHERRER WILLIAM SHEPARD LEO M. ROSENTHAL CLYDE C. SWETT IAMES A. THOMSON PLATT WICKS rey, Harris, Iohnson, Boyd, Dolby IACK HARVEY . . DON THURMAN . IIM HICKEY . . IAMES N. BROWN MARTY BRILL THOMAS COOPER TACK HARVEY Sumaliq Honorary Society for Iunior Men OFFICERS MEMBERS IAMES HICKEY ROBERT B. IOHNSON ROBERT R. LANG ROBERT E. LUNN Upper Bnll Thurman, Harvey, Neumcm. Middle Hlckey Oucrnberg, Cooper, Brown. wer Morton Lunn, Vandapool, Long. Ioh Mortar Board National Honorary for Senior Women OFFICERS EVALYN PROUTY . . . . . . President IEAN BOVARD . . . . . Vice-President CLARA BARNES . . .... Secretary CI-IARLINE FREDERICK . . Corresponding Secretary DORIS SANTO . . . .... Treasurer DOROTHY SCHUREMAN . . Study Chairman MARY COLE .... . Social Chairman IOAN KENDRICK . . ..... Historian LAURETTA MOLONEY . . Alumnae Aciivity Chairman NANCY ELLZEY . . ...... Editor FACULTY DEAN LYDIA BROWN MISS CLARIBEL KENDALL CLARA BARNES IEAN BOVARD MARY COLE MISS DOROTHY MARTIN MISS IRENE MCKEEHAN MEMBERS NANCY ELLZEY CHARLINE FREDERICK IOAN KENDRICK LAURETTA MOLONEY MISS FRANCES STRIBIC MRS. GEORGE NORLIN, honorary adviser EVALYN PROUTY DORIS SANTO DOROTHY SCHUREMAN Page 1 41 Hesperia Honorary Society for Iunior OFFICERS LUCKY KNOWLES . . . . . ELISE MONTANDON . MAXINE TUNNELL . NANCY NASH . . VIRGINIA BUTTON EDNA FALK IEAN GILLETT BETTY IRELAND LORRAINE KELSO FACULTY MARY-ETHEL BALL MEMBERS LUCKY KNOWLES ELISE MONTANDCN BETTY NILSSON NANCY NASH IOSEPHINE PYLE Page 143 cimitar I-Ionororry for Sophomore OFFICERS FRED SIEBOTT. . . . . IACK MOYERS . REX YOUNG WARREN CORBIN TACK FULLER BILL GARBANATI IOE GARST GERALD GLAZE HAROLD HADDON RAY IENKINS GORDON LEARNED MEMBERS VERNON LOCKARD EUGENE MAUL IACK MOYERS BILL OSTENBERG FLOYD PLEASANT DALE RECTOR PAUL MCCLUNG NORMAN ROCKWELL Men . . President . . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer PAUL SCHMIDT MAURICE SHIELDS FRED SIEBOTT WILLARD STURDEVANT BLAKE WARNER BOB WARD KING WHITAKER REX YOUNG Page 144 MEMBERSHIP Spur Honorory for Sophomore OFFICERS CATHERINE PRESTON ...... MARIORIE WOODARD . MIRIAM BRIGGS . . GWENETH CARSON . GRACE WAGNER . . IEAN AMIS MARIORIE MAY ANDERSON BETTY BENNETT VENUS BLAKE MIRIAM BRIGGS ERMA RUTH CALLAWAY GWENETI-I CARSON DARLEENE CHRISTENSEN ELISE COHN ELAINE COLVIN ANNE COPELAND MARION CORSON HELEN COUNTER DORCAS DUNKLEE AMY ELLERMAN LILLIAN MARIE PENN BARBARA FISHEL GLENNA FULKER BETTY GRAF NOREEN GREENAWALT VIRGINIA HARRISON DOROTHY HUNTINGTON RUBYDONNA IOSEPH MARIAN LA TORRA BETTY IO LAMB LEINAD LIEN BETTY MCCLELLAN BETTY RUTH OSBORN Women President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer . Editor EVVA BELLE PEABODY CATHERINE PLAYER CATHERINE PRESTON CAROLINE PROUTY BETTY RINGWALT DAMARIS SAYRE MARY K. SCHNEIDER GERALDINE SERAFINI MARION STEARNS MARY LOU SVVEET MARGARET TODD GRACE WAGNER BETTY WISE MARIORIE WOODARD v 1 . I If fx y I I Q Page 145 Ellermcm, Schneider McClellan Rmgwcxli Anderson, Sercxfini, Corson Wlse Harrison, Cohn, La Torrcr L1en Osborn GORDON WELLER . HARRY CLAUSSEN Phi Epsilon Phi Men's Pep Organization OFFICERS WILLIAM CONKLING . . CHARLES WALKER ARNOLD ALPERT EVERETTE BUSH HARRY CLAUSSEN WILLIAM CONKLING JAMES COWDEN PAUL DOUDEN LE NAIRE ECKMAN BOB EICHBERG STANLEY EMESON BILL GRIGGS HAROLD HADDON BEN HARRIS MEMBERS IOHN HODGE KENNETH HOLMES MAURICE IAMES KENNETH IANKOVSKY AL KAFF DON LOCHTROG IOHN MACKIE IACK MCALEER HENRY NASH STANLEY PROFFITT HAROLD PROMMEL . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer BOB ROSENKRANS LESLIE SCHOBE FRED SIEBOTT BOB SOWERS ART VALITON RAY VEACH CHARLES WALKER GORDON WELLER MILLARD WESTFALL DAVID WILLIAMS IIM WILLIAMS ANTHONY WILMER Page 146 ....,.,.,..,.,.,,?,....1 Kappa Kappa Psi National Honorary Band Fraternity OFFICERS IOHN PUGH . . . . . . . President ROBERT HARRIS . . Vice-President HAROLD CRISPELL . . Treasurer DALE GRIFFIN . . .... Secretary IACK MURPHY . . . . Custodian of Equipment HUGH E. MCMILLEN . . Director and Sponser ROBERT YORK . .... Editor MEMBERSHIP CHARLES WILLIAM CHAPMAN HAROLD CRISPELL DALE GRIFFIN ROBERT HARRIS I. FRED IOHNSON EDWARD KEHN LESTER KUENTZEL WALTER LAWRENCE HUGH E. MCMILLEN IACK MURPHY ROBERT NOBLE IOHN PUGH IOSEPH WRIGHT ROBERT YORK I , U . 1 n I I Page 147 Sigma Tau National Enqineerinq Honorary Fraternity OFFICERS EDWARD G NAYLOR. . . . ROBERT B IOHNSON . . PROFESSOR SUTHERLAND . MEMBERS ROBERT A. FISHER STANLEY R. FITZMORRIS GEORGE E. GLESS THOMAS A. GURMATAKIS IOHN HODGE OSCAR B. IACOBSON ROBERT B. IOHNSON ROBERT R. LANG ROBERT LUNN WARREN M. MALLORY WILLIAM A. MARSHALL ROBERT F. MAUGHAN . . President Vice-President . Secretary . . Historian . Treasurer Chapter Adviser IOHN D. MAYER HARRY A. MAYOR HAROLD E. MICHAEL EDWARD G. NAYLOR MAURICE E. PETERSEN HOWARD I. PIPER TED H. REED CARROL L. STOECKER IAMES A. THOMSON ROBERT W. WEST PLATT WICKS ALFRED S. WILLIAMSON PAUL H. WILSON Eta Kappa u National Electrical Engineering Honorary Fraternity OFFICERS BILLY R. SHEPARD ...... . . . President GEORGE E. GLESS, IR. . . . . Vice-President SIDNEY C. BRUCE . . . . Recording Secretary CHARLES W. BURRELL . . Corresponding Secretary CLYDE C. SWETT .... ..... T reasurer ROBERT L. CARBREY .... . Bridge Correspondent PROFESSOR C. M. MCCORMICK . . . . Faculty Adviser PROFESSOR I. M. CAGE PROFESSOR W. C. DuVALL ROBERT C. BOYD SIDNEY C. BRUCE CHARLES W. BURRELL FLOYD H. BUSCH ROBERT L. CARBREY CLIFFORD W. COLMAN HERBERT W. CONN FACULTY MEMBERS PROFESSOR F. A. EASTOM DEAN H. S. EVANS MR. LeROY HOLUBAR ACTIVE MEMBERS STANLEY R. FITZMORRIS GEORGE E. GLESS, IR. ALBERT R. GREGG WERTH C. HAGE ROBERT R. LANG DONALD A. LITTLEIOHN WARREN M. MALLORY HOWARD I. PIPER PROFESSOR C. M. MCCORMICK PROFESSOR H. B. PALMER TED H. REED RUSSEL K. SCHLOSSER BILLY R. SHEPARD FRANCIS F. STEVENS CLYDE C. SWETT PLATT WICKS IRVING ZAMBAKIAN Page 149 I I 'ii I E Chi Epsilon I , , I 'f'f4J,"i.-4-:-:git ' ,T -,'.L.- lvl ."'1' '?""i' National Honorary Civil and Architectural Engineering Fraternity OFFICERS THOMAS E. DALBY . ROBERT B. HARRIS . PAUL K. BOCK . ROBERT E. SCHERRER . . . . . LEO M. ROSENTHAL . . Associa MEMBERS IAMES S. ANDERSON CLARA M. BARNES PAUL K. BOCK JOHN D. BRAWNER LESLIE A. CLAYTON CHARLES CONRADO THOMAS E. DALBY DOUGLAS E. DREIER WILLIAM I. DRESCHER ABE EMESON ROBERT B. HARRIS OSCAR B. IACOBSON te Editor o . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer t the "Transit" IOSEPH L. IONES LEO M. ROSENTHAL ROBERT E. SCHERRER MAHMOOD K. TAHER SAMUEL W. TAMMINGA I AMES A. THOMSON Back Row: Dreier, Brawner, Iacobson, Tc w. b Center Ro ' Scherrer, Pomeroy, Rosenthal, Front Row: Thomson, Drescher, Barnes, Dal y, Page 150 .iw I Pi Tau Sigma National Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity HARRY A. MAYOR IOHN T. FALLON . ROBERT W. LAUTH IOHN R. IMMEL . F. S. BAUER W. S. BEATTIE G. S. DOBBINS LAWRENCE S. BURT IOHN G. CUMING IOHN T. FALLON BEN F. FISHER ALBERT R. GREGG IOHN R. IMMEL OFFICERS FACULTY MEMBERS W. F. MALLORY E. O'CONNELL MEMBERS ROBERT B. IOHNSON ROBERT W. LAUTH GARVER LIGHT WILLIAM A. MARSHALL HARRY A. MAYOR HAROLD E. MICHEAL President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer N. A. PARKER S. L. SIMMERING C. A. WAGNER EDWARD G. NAYLOR MAURICE E. PETERSEN MELVIN R. SCHUSTER CARROLL L. STOEKER VINCE F. VALLERO MAYNARD I. WARNEKE Page 151 Phi Delta Chi Honorary Pharmacy and Chemical Fraternity OFFICERS I. B. HOLMES . . . . MERRIL DICKS . . ALVIN VOIGHT . . KENDALL VAUGHAN . . FACULTY Grand President-Faculty Advisor -- CHARLES R. BITTER R. G. GUSTAVSON FRED DROMMOND C. H. POE MARTIN F. SCHMIDT MEMBERS THOMAS BOYD LEO COHENOUR GLENN COOPER MERRIL DICKS SAM DOWNS I. B. HOLMES ROBERT IOHNSON IOI-IN MCDONOUGH PETE PARKER KEITH ROBINSON WILLIAM SISSON PLEDGES WILLIAM HIN ES . . President . Vice-President . . Secretary . Treasurer DR. DAVID O'DAY DEAN H. C. WASHBURN NORMAN F. WITT I OE SPROWLS WILLIAM STANCIL RUBEN ELMO STEPHENSON KENDALL VAUGI-IAN ALVIN VOIGHT BRIGGS WHITE ' RAY VANDERPOOL First row: Sisson, Vcmderpool, Vaughan, Second Row: Stephenson, Iohnson, Boyd, O'Day Third How: McDonough, Downs, Dicks, Voight, Page 152 - Alpha Epsilon Delta Honorary Pre-Medical Fraternity OFFICERS IOHN FORNEY . . . . . . . . President CHARLES E. FISHER . . Vice-President CHARLES POE . . . . . . Grand President FACULTY T. D, A. COCKEREL PAUL M. DEAN R. G. GUSTAVSON GLEN WAKEHAM E. D. CRABB IOHN B. EKELEY OLIVER LESTER NORMAN F. WITT HOWARD FISHER CHARLES F. POE MEMBERS IACK W. BALL CHARLES E. FISHER THOMAS MURRAY WILLIAM SISSON DR. CHARLES F. POE WALTER PROCKTER DOROTHY PROEMMEL LAURENCE PROUTY THELMA SALING WILLIAM SHONTZ IOHN W. BARTRAM VIRGINIA BENNETT THOMAS BOYD LEO COHENOUR IOSEPH COWGILL VERN DUNBAR IOHN L. FORNEY PETER G. FRANGOS FRANCIS I-IARE ROBERT MAUL HOWARD MILNE DOROTHE MILZER PLEDGES GEORGE BALDERSTON CRIS DYBDAHL IACK C. I-IIPPS ALBERT BIEGEL CHARLES GABELMAN, IR. KENNETH A. IANKOVSKY WOODROW BROWN IEAN GILLETT GEORGE KATZ FRED R. CLARK MARGARET HERRON ANTI-IONE M. KURLAND IOSEPH CLUTTER WILLIAM A. HINES VERNON LOCKHARD WILLIAM STANCIL REUBEN STEVENSEN PHILIP W. STUMM FRED TILLOTSON KENDALL B. VAUGI-IAN DR. N. F. WITT EDNA E. MAINS JAMES HADDON PECK AARON RUMLEY FRED H. TEPLEY FREDERICK WATKINS zz, Tepley, Lockard, Tillotson, Biege-I. kovsk C1 tt G b I H' F y u er a eman IPPS Boyd Pom y I-Im C H n u A r 1? W? I . . . . , , e , ' es, c.e o 5. Sisson, Frcmgos, Kurland, Gillett, Herron Kurita, Brown, Baldersion, Salinq MGIHS . ,541 . I- ax 7 . ,,,, , ...ia-P f-ff--Q iff RALPH POLITTE . P1 Gamma Mu National Social Science Fraternity OFFICERS CLEMENS THOMAN . MARGARET MAST . W. S. BERNARD F. D. BRAMHALL F. A. BUSHEE HOWARD HIGMAN IEAN BOVARD CARMEN DELLIQUADRI RUTH INABU BARBARA BEDORTHA WILLIAM BLOOM I. N. BYLER FACULTY E. C. CROCKETT M. E. GARNSEY V. H. IENSEN GRADUATES STEWART NELSON SCOTT PAYN E UNDERGRADUATES MARGARET MAST RALPH POLITTE LEX QUARNBERG PLEDGES VIRGINIA DOBBINS IACK FOX DONALD GARRETT SUZANNE GILLIS . . President . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer L. L. LEH C. P. MALICK IACOB VAN EK CARLETON REED MAYFORD ROARK DOROTHY SCHUREMAN CLEMENS THOMAN WILLIAM MADDOCK ANNIE BOBS MARSHALL BETTY ANN MOLLIN Page 154 Iota Sigma Pi LQ + Women's Chemistry I-Ionorcxry OFFICERS LEOTA PEKRUL . . . . . . . President VIRGINIA BUTTON . . First Vice-President SEIGLINDE TALBOTT . . Second Vice-President FRANCES POE . . . . Corresponding Secretory ALICE MAY RANDALL . . . Recording Secretary IUNE DUNI-IAM . . . . . Treasurer MRS. I-IAZEL A. FEI-ILMANN MRS. I. B. EKELEY VIRGINIA BUTTON ANNA CAMPBELL IUNE DUNHAM CATHERINE EDDY HELEN GIBBON FACULTY MEMBERS DR. EDNA IOI-INSON IDA SWAYNE HONORARY MEMBERS MEMBERS IEAN GILLETT VELORA HILLS EDNA MAIN S VIRGINIA PATTERSON ANNA WILLIAMS MRS. R. G. GUSTAVSON LEOTA PEKRUL FRANCES POE ALICE MAY RANDALL SEIGLINDE TALBOTT NORMA THOMPSON Page 155 Wffuwiiiti I it ml we Phi Sigma Iota Honorary Romance Language Fraternity OFFICERS HOPE CASSELL . . . . . . President FRANK SLAVIC . . . . . Vice-President LAURETTA MOLONEY . . . Secretary-Treasurer MARGARET BIRK . . . Program Chairman RALPH E. WARNER . . Corresponding Secretary FACULTY ROY A COX STUART CUTHBERTSON PAUL LOUIS FAYE BETTY ANDREWS DIANNE AUSTIN MARGARET BIRK 'N ifT"'- a r g .-I2- v L. ,434 - i I ' ,fa , Q..r., I I Qttvif.-. , .Li R' ' ' , SALLY PEEBLES MIRIAM RIEDER BERNICE UDICK RALPH E. WARNER MEMBERS HOPE CASSELL EUNICE COOPER LOUISE MARSHALL LAURETTA MOLONEY GRADUATE LOUISE NEWBOLD MARIORIE WHELDON ROSETTA B. WOLCOT MYRA L. YANCEY FRANK SLAVIC HELEN SOLIN MARIORIE UNDERHILL T Page 156 Delta Phi Delta National Honorary Art Fraternity OFFICERS DOROTHY FESLER . . . . . HM COWDEN . . . . KATHRYN MARTIN . DORA ELIASON . IAMES BOYLE NORMAN DAILY IIM COWDEN DORA ELIASON HILDA GADE BARBARA SMITH FACULTY DOROTHY EISENBACH FRANCIS GECK MEMBERS DOROTHY FESLER IOE GROSS KATHRYN MARTIN PLEDGES LORRAINE KELSO . President Vice-President . Secretary . Historian MURIEL SIBELL FREDERICK TRUCKSESS I EAN PACE EVALYN PROUTY IOSEPHINE NEWTON MARILYN WALKER Page 157 ' Ll- -A Adelphi Honorary Orortorlccxl Froternlty OFFICERS BERNARD LAWRENCE ROSENBERG DELMAR RICHARD CARLSON ROBERT EDMAN BRYANT RICHARD ADAMS BARTLETT DR EASTON STANLEY CROSS RICHARD ADAMS BARTLETT EDMUND FRED BREIER ROBERT EDMAN BRYANT DELMAR RICHARD CARLSON SIDNEY AARON EMESON PAUL GORDON CLARK WILLIAM FISHER DOBBS PAUL ARNOLD DUPLER HONORARY MEMBERS DR HARRINGTON ASSOCIATES AL ROSENBAUM FRED SCHWARTZ ACTIVES MARK CRANDALL HUSS WILLIAM STEWART NELSON LEWIS PARRETT WILLIAM ELI RENTFRO ALLAN RENE RICHARDS BERNARD L ROSENBERG PLEDGES CARROL WALTER EHLERS IOE LEWIS GULINISON STANLEY HARRIS PROFF ITT Presldent V1ce Preslde-nt Secretary Trecnurer DR MURPHY EUGENE TEPLEY PHILIP ALAN ROUSE EDWARD GEO SEIDENSTICKER ROBERT MOULTON SOWERS WILLIAM PHINEAS WALKER IOHN ROBERT T WI-IEATLEY MARSHALL G OUIAT RICHARD HARVEY SUDDATH HARRY ANTHONY WILMER F rst Row W lmer Bry nt Cu Iso Ros nbe q Second Ro Clark Rouse Dobbs Parr tt Th rd Row P fflit I-Icrrl Bcx tleti Ehle s Ou at Page 158 lf? " f':1"ff1'f f:' o I-Allie-""' --Q.-".-215' '25 'W as up-Qu .Lft-,,xl . . i : i , Q , r n, e r , N w: , , , . e , - i : ro ' , 's, I , r , i , V' ' , ,, , , , W 4 W V Y J , K -L . L L . , . N -it I - H , , C N- 4 . 1 A- y Qs. L A-. Y '31 A.. v , 5 L A I- V' ' . ., 1: 3, 1 !" s, 5- V A .. cr ' Page 159 Delta Sigma Rho Honorary Debate Fraternity MAYFORD ROARK MARY GRIFFITH . ROBERT GASEN RUTH INABU . D. MACK EASTON ROBERT GASEN MARY GRIFFITI-I OFFICERS FACULTY RICHARD MURPHY MEMBERS MARK HUSS RUTH INABU LEWIS PARRETT . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer E. W. HARRINGTON MAYFORD ROARK ALVIN ROSENBAUM I F S . G .I . W lg ma amma Epsz on Honorary Geoloay Fraternity OFFICERS RICHARD M. PEARL . , . . . . President RICHARD D. RUBRIGHT . . . Vice-President OTTO CROSS . . . . . Secretary-Treasurer HOMER O. WOODBURY . . Corresponding Secretary RAYMOND E. BEITMAN . .... Historian FACULTY MEMBERS R. D. GEORGE WALTER C. TOEPELMAN DEWEY SAMPLE WARREN O. THOMPSON ARTHUR T. ALLEN BERT L. BASS RAYMOND E. BEITMAN OTTO CROSS WARD E. FOSTER WILLIAM I. GARDINER LOUIS O. OUAM P. G. WORCESTER MEMBERS THOMAS H. GREEN WALTER P. HAMILTON IAMES W. MCKENNA W. LOWELL STAGNER RAYMOND C. SPANGLER BENIAMIN R. THOMASON, IR. CLARENCE L. NICKELSON IACK R. TRUSCOTT RICHARD M. PEARL CHANCELLOR P. WAGNER RICHARD D. RUBRIGHT I-IOMER O. WOODBURY Page 150 v f i "HO J If . Looks like a typical Economics class . . . Dick Nevius looking for a jclo . . . ls it pcsed or are they crazy . . . Spring or Fall? Same difference to Betty Platte and Andy Riddle . . . Sam Downs caught napping . . . l-ley, boys, Wrong place! The legs pass the Beta house. Suzy Gillis, looking toothsome . . . Pat Egan studying Marriage and the Family with that grin . . . Spare, Gravey . . . Ah ain't afraid of yo', Rhett Butler . . . l'll raise you four and call you . . . AW shucks, fellas, I ain't so beautiful. I . V will g.,1,. l 1 i , , tml vw -if 1 I 'ij , J ,. . F 131,- ,.n,, , 'N1 , , - -1 rt, .tx -,- .1 4, .l,, W. ,1f ,-Vi., -1 1--,Ji - 1 it 1 wrt 'li f., 51. -x 4- -. 3, bfi' ,-,,. , Ml. 1: , ,'1t ff"1f,. ' 'L , . f. t1 1.4 ,g 1, 1'-: -3. "':T.-1.-' .. V it rf J.,-4. . , ..-' 1.-1-.rv-vw:,. , ,, ,I n . , . . ., ,-1.4 LQ. F215 FLGQQ.. -wt l i ti . I -LL.'ul.gb. .. ,V r,rxz'1 ,, :emu i . ,,.,,,. b. ,, 1 .. . 562-V Helix' 5:41531 Ta 1110 Wing less Victory Curtain call after curtain call in Old Main chapel for Edith Rosenfeld as Oparre in Maxwell Ander- son's "Wingless Victory." . . . an extremely realis- tic ship setting, unusually good acting, plus Iames Sandoe's directing . . . a great success. Salem, in 1660 . . . a cruel place tor dark-skinned Oparre, a Malay princess, and for her rich sea-captain husband, Nathaniel McQueston CLoWell Whiteman? . . . Oparre, loving, refined, just, in spite of the cruelty ot Nathaniel's pious mother tleanette I-Iumphreyl and the smallness of his brother, the Rev. Phineas McQueston tArnold Biellal . . . Nathaniel's renunciation of her to save his honor . . . for Oparre and her two children, suicide . . . still love in her dying heart . . . then forgiveness tor Nathaniel, who comes to her . . . but too late. Page 162 Richard the Second A visit to the campus by William Shakespeare on May 25 and lune 9 . .. King Richard the Second flames Sandoel very much the benevolent pacificator, the stern executor of jus- tice, the melancholy de- . P -ff:-.-:LL-'ff posed king . . . Iohn of -gf'f',jiiJ Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster CArnold Biellal, and Edmund of Langley, Duke of York Clfrank Burtl, staunch to the 'Q A ,ii 1 English cause . . . Bolingbroke Uohn Cawleyl true man of affairs, becomes efficient King Henry IV . . . queen played by lean Kimbrough, first performance, and Edna Ellen Gray, second performance, convincing . . . H Norman Bartling, Alvin Lichtenstein, Roy Beach, mincing favorites of the king . . . Iohn Fairchild good in I , double role as Bishop of Carlisle and a gardener . . . staged as in Shakespeare's time . . . three stages, one behind the other . . . plain and effective . . . only furniture, a bench . . . elaborate costuming. 5 A, ll I 4 . l 1 r - i t , 1 Y t ll A It .5 l 1 fl i I' :,. ' x l l l lt, , ,. .i ,-"- vv .. r: 3. . ,,. 4 it .H 1 ' ,nfl lil 3. ' I 7' 'lx -, l , i l 4 Q , ,Wbfl ' H ,Qt j .i ,-ml, lift- -I l 'H 'E ,ti 5. o, Z'31'A'll i f ' H4 l - ': Q -. V, I I 2?- Y 'ij - -. Z ii. ! e ,i . 52 .l ffl ll A' ,-r, q liwl i f J 1 '3tlifZ'l f'-"T - ff l " Milk! - H Fw 4 . A. 'lr 2 gg my ,. v ,M 1 1 1 -' . .i . W V V 1 3 if 'i Q gr 1 V Q ? 5 - - 2 , !,1.'jg,.N fi ' .. , Q, i-1.4. gil , A 6 -'fy 3 " , ' , P fe 6 Q A ' Q y' " 4' ' 'lhiliwbm . A . L f . . " ' Q 7, "- Q' P ' I . 0 : P . any I A , 1- - fjgzf' If , .. "' ' K r mwqf- w Q ll' XR ,xl N ,fTF"'. 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Iean Kimbrough excellent as ever "" . . . tense moment of horrified expectation with the possibility of seeing a mutilated body come to lite . . . .L Sandoe's "On Dartmoor" furnished necessary relief from the horror of tense drama preceding it . . . the story ,fy of two philanthropic ladies victimized by a pseudo-convict in their desire to help the true one . . . newcomers in ' Anne Ferril and Anna Marie Bible able performers . . . true Cheapside in Robert Larson's Cockney, remark- li l 1' H'-:ll ll able for one from Sheboygan, Wisconsin. iff K. i p .p , li ii"' .53 . ,U-?5Q+J'. , s A 'ww 33'1l -' I ' '1 - 'pj Jjqli -gr 'Q' -1' 1 ,- yt lsr.-4, llfkili f-:fa t . Ln: lift 1 1-."Ak.1.,, .Writi- i ly pw, qi pw- .1 ri. " -15 fm "-LH 'I .l" . " ' ', l" 'I Ylif .. un.-.L it' tn t. fr .-fig df. 1, Q Mig Ella.. iff 1 .. 11. ' A..l'1' I. 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Wolle's vehicle: "The Last War post Armageddon nightmare concerning one survlving soldier fChI1S tian Arnold? surrounded by a flock of admiring beasts reptilian Ioseph Gross and anthropoid Richard Thoman outstanding among the animals excellent masking Sandoe s specialty Rosamond at the Tracks' '... Donald Carson very villainous v1lla1n Leo Rosenthal very heroic hero lean Kim brough on the tracks . . . West s contribution Heaven on Earth delved into the problems of parents attempting to shatter the love ot their daughter for a rat Margaret Floyd and William Hines overflowing with parental sentiments Clinton Randall Wonderfully cur llke daughter Ruth Hooker finally con vinced that moral and social virtues should prevail M COUERY ROUSE ROSENBERG MARKERT RENTFRO PARRETT MUNDT GOLDIN SEIDENSTICKER WALKER ROARK LEH OLSON Front Row: lnabu, N ickelson, Hawkins Collins. Back Row: Callaway, Cutting, Light, Greenawalt. Debate RESOLVED THAT- Under the capable direction of D. M. Easton, E. W. Harrington, and Richard Murphy, the de- bate squads shall win more and greater vic- tories this year than ever before! Attracted by their common interest in na-- tional and international affairs, an intelligent group of students have gathered together to compose the University debate squads. ln study groups they prepared for intercollegiate debates, extension speaking, and forums. The 1938-39 season opened in December with the Colorado-Wyoming Conferences junior tournament. The subject was: Resolved that the government should cease using public funds to stimulate business. The member schools of the conference are the University of Wyoming, Colorado State, University of Den- ver, Colorado State College of Education, and Colorado University. The Colorado-Wyoming Senior Debate Conference was held February 24-25, at which time the question was: Re- solved that institutions of higher learning should record no other grades than pass and failure. The fifteenth annual Rocky Mountain Foren- sic League met in Laramie, Wyoming. Mem- bership includes Montana State, Utah State, Utah University, Brigham Young University, Colorado State, University of Denver, and Uni- versity of Colorado. The following students rep- resented Colorado University: Mark Huss, Edith Rosenfeld, Ruth lnabu, Mayford Roard, George Steele, Otho Wood, and Lewis Parrett. The climax of the 1938-39 debate season came with the winning of the Missouri Valley Debate Tournament championship! The ques- tion Was: Resolved that the United States should Page 168 Debate join with other democratic nations in a program of collective security. Maytord Roark and Clement Markert took the affirmative, and Mark Huss and Lewis Parrett took the negative. Maytord Roark and Mark I-luss were outstanding as the most active debaters of the seasony Roark participated in twenty-nine events, and Huss par- ticipated in twenty-seven. During the 1939-40 season, the Rock Mountain For- ensic League Speech Conterence was held in Den- ver, November 24. The subject for discussion was: What should be done concerning minority, ideolo- gies, and isms in the United States? Mayiord Roark was the speaker ot the conference, and Mark Huss was secretary. Other participants were Clement Markert, Mary Slingerland, William Rentiro, Delmar Carlson, Noreen Greenawalt, Elaine Colvin, Richard Suddath, and Elton McQuery. Other events scheduled for the year included the Colorado-Wyoming Senior Speech Conference in February on the subject, Resolved that the United States should follow a policy ot strict iso- lation toward all nations outside the west- ern hemisphere engaged in international or civil conilictp the Colorado-Wyoming Conference at Greeley in November on the question ot the trade policy of the United States as a non-beligerent with bel- ligerentsy and the Iunior Speech Conter- ence at Fort Collins in April on govern- ment ownership of railroads. I-lere's to success, debaters! I-IUSS ROAHK .Q-9 PARRETT HUSS ROARK MARKERT INABU GREENAWALT CALVIN Alpha hz Szgma Ncftronczl Professmncrl CDGHIICGI Frcxtermty OFFICERS FRANCIS W KENNEY VERN DUNBAR BERLIN BOYD IACK SUTTLE TYLER MILLER LYLE BRAY H A POTRATZ A AGAPETUS W BORGMANN E CARLSON M DEAN I P EKELEY IOHN BARTRAM BERLIN BOYD ARTHUR BRAINERD LYLE BRAY VIRGIL COWEN EARLE DEVALON VERN DUNBAR TSCHUDY DUNGAN LE NAIRE ECKMAN VERNON FEY FACULTY MEMBERS H I FISHER F E GERMANN O C LESTER C F POE MEMBERS PETE FRANGOS RICHARD GERMANN HAL HARRISON IOE HOBBS FRANCIS KENNEY GEORGE KINDEL IAMES LANE ROLLIN MCCOMBS ROBERT MAUGHAN ROBERT MAUL ' I .AY, 1 -'T ' ' . .......... President N. . . . H. . C. . . . A. . R. . . . H. . P. . . . G. . . R. . IOHN FLEMING IOHN MEANS EDWARD MEIKEL Vlce Pres1dent Secretary Treasurer Reporter HISIOTICIH Faculty Advlser A POTRATZ R RONZIO B VAN VALKENBURGH WAKEHAM C WAUGH TYLER MILLER ALEXANDER MILNE RICHARD NEVIUS WALTER PROCKTER DORAN SMITH IACK SUTTLE IOHN TOWNLEY TURNER WATSON PAUL WERNER HARRY YOUNGKIN ROBERT ZIEGLER Page 1 70 American Institute of Chemical OFFICERS ROBERT MAUGHAN . . . . GEORGE WORKS ., . LYLE BRAY . IOHN HODGE . DR. CARL BORGMANN CHARLES ALBERG STANLEY APPLEGATE ROBERT BAINS ROSS BENSON DAVID BOYD LYLE BRAY I-I. A. CARPENTER WILLIAM CONKLING VIRGIL COWEN MORTON DAVID I. B. DAVIS VERNON O. FEY ROBERT FISHER IOHN FLEMING BLAINE FULLER FACULTY MEMBERS MEMBERS IOE GARST HUGH GRAHAM DON HARRIS WILLIAM HART IOSEPH HOBBS IOHN HODGE GORDON HUNGERFORD HARVEY KNAUS HAROLD LAWLER CHALMERS LOUGHRIDGE EDWIN MCCRILLIS ROBERT MAUGHAN IOHN MEANS RICHARD NEVIUS ROBERT RAMSEY . President Vice-President . Secreicuy . Treasurer N . A, AGAPETUS ROBERT RICE NORMAN ROCKWELL WILLIAM SHOWALTER DORAN SMITH CHARLES STONE IAMES SUMMER CHARLES TOWSE DONALD WALSH IORDAN WEILLS PAUL WERNER DAVID WILLIAMS WILLIAM WILLIAMS PAUL WILSON GEORGE WORKS IOHN ZEILINGER 32.1 Page 171 Ill-.. Ramsey, Weills. Towse Conklinq, Fuller, Lochtrog, Agcrpetus Mcruqhcm Hodge Dougherty Lcmmermnn Wrlhums, Ne-vius, Colt, Lunrr. -:-- "1tS",-,........-.....-.- H , ,V M., ,I t -... f.....-we-f- -G ' --1---:Y,. - , - v -.... A . Y....,, - ----1--' '- Institute of Electrical Engineers OFFICERS RAYMOND D. WRIGHT .... HAROLD S. DAVIS FLOYD H. BUSCH . ROBERT L. CARBREY ...... H. B. PALMER . . W. C. DuVALL F. A. EASTOM SIDNEY M. BEDFORD ROBERT C. BOYD ROBERT G. BOYD SIDNEY BRUCE FLOYD H. BUSCH ROBERT L. CARBREY CHARLES W. CHAPMAN HERBERT W. CONN HAROLD L. CRISPELL ROBERT N. CUNNINGHAM IENNINGS DAVID DANIEL DAVIDSON REES H. DAVIES HAROLD S. DAVIS IRA I. DILTS ELEANOR L. FALZGRAF FACULTY MEMBERS H. S. EVANS V. O. LONG MEMBERS W. H. FISHER STANLEY R. FITZMORRIS IACKSON F. FULLER EDWARD C. GESSERT ELLIS GILCHRIST GEORGE E. GLESS W. M. GUE F. CHARLES GUMPRECHT WERTH C. HAGE CALVIN M. HAMMACK CLYDE E. HARTMAN IOI-IN H. HESTER ROBERT E. IONES ROBERT R. LANG MARCUS C. LEH EARL LIGHT . President Vice-President . Secreicrry . Treasurer . Fcxculiy Adviser C. M. MCCORMICK H. B. PALMER IAMES C. LIVESAY IOHN W. LOWE ALFRED L. MCLEAN ROBERT W. MELLISH GORDON R. MESSMER DONALD PATTERSON BILLY R. SHEPARD HOWARD W. SILVER MICKEY SPANO ROBERT TSCHANNEN PLATT WICKS ALFRED S. WILLUMSEN IOHN R. WILSON HAROLD S. WINOGRAD RAYMOND WRIGHT IRVING ZAMBAKIAN Page 172 American Society o i-vil Engin OFFICERS PAUL K. BOCK . . ..... . . President THOMAS E. DALBY . . Vice-President CLARA BARNES . . . . . Secretary LESTER ROBB ......... . . Treasurer R. L. DOWNING C. L. ECKEL IAMES S. ANDERSON CLARA M. BARNES DONALD S. BARRY HOWARD C. BEABER RAYMOND D. BERGMAN WILLIAM M. BIGGS PAUL K. BOCK I. DOUGLAS BRAWNER HOWARD C. BRYAN THEODORE F. BUIRGY DOUGLAS CASE MARGARET CASE LESLIE A. CLAYTON CHARLES CONRADO, IR. CLAUDE L. COSS THOMAS E. DALBY WILFRED H. DeVORE PROF. CLARENCE L. ECKEL ...... Faculty Sponsor FACULTY MEMBERS A. I. MCNAIR L. C. NOVAK WARREN RAEDER L. B. SUTHERLAND MEMBERS SIDNEY E. DINNER EUGENE W. DOCTOR STANLEY L. DODSON DOUGLAS E. DREIER WILLIAM I. DRESCHER ABE EMESON CHARLES W. FISCHER HUGO B. FOLLUM IOE FOUNTAIN IOSEPH H. FREEDMAN RICHARD L. GARDNER MELVIN G. GELWICKS KENNETH I . GREENE LARRY M. HAMMAN GEORGE HANKS GLEN E. HARLEY ROBERT B. HARRIS HUGH W. HEMPEL SAMUEL B. HOOD IVAN E. HOUK, IR. IAMES M. INGLES IOSEPH L. IONES GORDON H. IOHNSON FRED A. KELSALL AUBREY G. LEONARD C. A. LONG, IR. FREDERICK E. LUHNOW WILLIAM A. MCCLURE GAYLE T. MARTIN DONALD F. MATHESON IOHN D. MAYER THOMAS I. MURPHY W. H. THOMAN IAMES P. O'HARA THEODORE D. PETERSEN WILLIAM Z. REEVES LESTER A. ROBB LEO ROSENTHAL ROY M. RUDDELL NAT S. SACHTER ROBERT E. SCHERRER WILLIAM M. SMITH MAHMOOD K. TAHER THOMAS W. TEN EYCK R. IAMES A. THOMSON GEORGE T. WALKER RAY I. WINGER, IR. WAYNE W. WOLCOTT WARREN K. WOODIS Page 173 ' ' 'fi S4 Society of Mechanical Engineers W OFFICERS LAWRENCE S. BURT ..... CHARLES L. CARPENTER . . ROBERT W. LAUTH . . IOHN T. FALLON . IOHN R. ACKERMANN ROBERT M. ANCELL ROBERT A. AURAND IACK E. BARTH IAMES O. BEACH LLOYD CLAUDE BETSON WILLARD W. BROCKWAY LAWRENCE S. BURT GAIL A. CAMPBELL CHARLES L. CARPENTER MARVIN COLVER DELACROIX DAVIS, IR. CHARLES IOSEPH ELZI IAMES S. ENGLUND ARCHIE I. ESTES IOHN T. FALLON BEN F. FISHER, IR. ALFRED W. GIACOMINI MEMBERS EDWARD H. GODDARD CHARLES E. GREEN EARL L. HECKMAN IOHN IMMEL GEORGE A. KELLOGG RICHARD W. KELLOGG ROBERT W. LAUTH W. WILLIAM LEWIS GARVER LIGHT WILLIAM A. MARSHALL HARRY A. MAYOR ARCHIE MELLON, IR. KENNETH C. METCALPE HAROLD E. MICHAEL FRED S. MILLER IOE A. MORRIS GEORGE W. MURPHY HENRY R. NASH . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer BRUCE ALBERT NELSEN CARL I. PERKO MAURICE E. PETERSEN LEONARD PRATER STANLEY HARRIS PROFFITT FRED ROBINSON I. ROBERT ROSENKRANS WALTER B. SCOTT IOHN L. SEWARD WALTER C. SHAW WILLIAM H. SHUTTS IOSEPH I. SLACK RICHARD SNODGRASS DEANE VALENTINE VINCE VALLERO ARTHUR VALITON ROBERT VAN NOTE HUGO WANGELIN WILLIAM L. Page 174 Beta Alpha Psi Accounting OFFICERS IAMES DRYDEN . . ........ President GREER G. FULLERTON . . Permanent Vice-President LLOYD KOCHLER . . . . . Vice-President IOHN CLEMMENS . . Secretary-Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS IOHN M. BYRNE H. W. KENDRICK DEAN ELMORE PETERSEN GREER G. FULLERTON HERBERT L. MORRIS WILLIAM H. SLATON MEMBERS ERIE BOORMAN KENNETH COLWELL LLOYD KOEHLER ' CLIEVE CARMICHAEI.. IAMES DRYDEN CARL MARKEL IOHN CLEMMENS DALE STUART Page 175 Delta Sigma Pi Professional Business Fraternity DON THURMAN IAMES BROWN IAMES DRYDEN FERRIN HARSCH DEAN PETERSEN LEO V. ASPINWALL FREDERICK A. BUSHEE E. H. CRAMER ROBERT AUSTIN ROBERT BONHAM ERIE BOORMAN ROBERT BOWMAN MARTY BRILL JAMES BROWN BEN CLARK I. P. COLLIER CHARLES CONDON IAMES DRYDEN OFFICERS FACULTY MEMBERS WALTER B. FRANKLIN G. G. FULLERTON FRED C. NIEHAUS ELMORE PETERSEN ACTIVE MEMBERS ROBERT EDMUNDSON LEE EVANS WILLIAM GRIFFITH FERRIN HARSCH MARION HUTCHISON WILLIAM INGWERSON GEORGE MADSEN HARRY MCGRAYEL VERNON MCINTYRE President . Vice-President Secretory Treasurer . Province Adviser MARTIN F. SCHMIDT WILLIAM I-I. SLATON DON C. SOWERS MAX MORTON ALLAN NYE WILLIAM SACKMAN HERB SMITH DAVID THOMAS DONALD THURMAN RICHARD VERTREES CHARLES WATTS LEONARD WEITZEL CARROLL WILSON Page 176 Pi Mu Epsilon Mathematics Fraternity OFFICERS ROBERT C. BOYD . . . . . ROBERT SCHERRER . ELSA G. LINDBLAD WILLIAM BURZLANDER .... BERLIN BOYD, IR. ROBERT C. BOYD DOUGLAS I. BRAWNER WILLIAM BURZLANDER ROBERT CARBREY LEO COHENOUR HERBERT CONN HAROLD COOK THOMAS DALBY SIDNEY DINNER WILLIAM DRESCHER ABE EMESON ELEANOR FALZGRAF CHARLES FISCHER MEMBERS ROBERT FISHER STANLEY FITZMORRIS ALFRED GIACOMINI WILLIAM GLENDENING WERTH HAGE GEORGE HANKS ROBERT BLYNN HARRIS IAMES HERZBERGER IOSEPH HOBBS IOHN A. HODGE IOHN IMMEL JEAN IACOBSON ROBERT LAUTH . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer GARVER LIGHT ELSA LINDBLAD WILLIAM MARSHALL GORDON MESSMER LEO ROSENTHAL GUILFORD RUDOLPH DORIS SANTO ROBERT SCHERRER WAYNE SMITH CARROLL STOECKER VINCE VALLERO CALVIN WOLFLE RAYMOND WRIGHT IRVING ZAMBAKIAN Page 177 Sigma Alpha Musical Sorority OFFICERS ALMA LOUISE KNUCKEY .... VIVIAN DUTTON . BETTY WALLACE . MAXINE TUNNELL LOUELLA ALLEN BETTY BAUER IDA COPELAND SYLVIA COBSKE VIVIAN DUTTON MRS. WHITING MEMBERS LOIS GERMANN ALMA LOUISE KNUCKEY GERTRUDE MARLEY IEAN MILLER SPONSORS MRS. MASON Back Row Sylvia Corske, Mary Martha Nie Wmghum Betty Bauer. Front Row Maxine Tunnell, Evczlyn Prouty, Sigma Delta Chi Iourncdism Fraternity E OFFICERS A. GAYLE WALDROP . . . . IOHN BUCHANAN . . . PAUL GERHARD . . WAYNE FERGUSON . . ZELL MABEE CLIFFORD BROWN IOHN BUCHANAN DOLPH CHANEY GEORGE CRISWELL KEITH EDMONDSON FACULTY MEMBERS VERNON LOUGHRAN MEMBERS WAYNE FERGUSON PAUL GERHARD IOHN GOLDSMITH HERBERT HOOVER Sponser President Secretary Treasurer Q RALPH L. CROSSMAN WALTER LOVELACE CHARLES MCSWEENEY I. BYRON MILLER CARL NEUMANN DAVID PROFFITT Page 1 79 Artist Series The annual proqram of visiting artists makes available to students outstanding musicians of varied talents. Each concert has appealed to a large student crowd: applause has commanded many encores. DON COSSACK CHOIR HAROLD BAUER, Pianist MAURICE EISENBERG, Cellist E I+v 'K ht? L1 lt. 4 hh 7 I all Jail 'f A 1 '9 r 4 l 4. r Wfz I EZ! ll . i K Ill 'C Y , Qf,-lx-, Ei!-:QQ Q H +11-:sa - L,3:n'5. 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SMITH ALTOS IANE DYDE P. GAINES D. GREGG C. GRIGGS I . KENDRICK R. KIDNEY M. MERCER M. MOOLER TENORS H. FRAUSE B. I-IENWOOD I. KERR M. KING BASS B. INMAN SAM LEVY V. LONG hoir ir A. SOUDER E. SPECHT B. STIVERS GLORIA VAN SLYCK BETTIE ECKHARDT D. I. LAVINGTON DAWES K. HORN B. IOYNSON A. MOORE B. R. PADFIELD DOROTHY TOEPELMAN R. LUDLOW B. HICKEY O. VON WEDELSTAEDT P. BASIN W. MARCHANT E. O'ROARDE WM. SANDERS K. TOUCHTON H. WARD R. MOORE W. NEILI.. C. RAY C. GABLEMAN B. CALDWELL D. CESARIO H. COE H. PAGAN BILL HINES H. IDLER Page I 82 University of Colorado Band OFFICERS EDWARD KEHN . . . . . . President ROBERT NOBLE . . . Vice-President IACK MURPHY . . . Secretary-Treasurer HUGH MCMILLEN . . . . Director LESTER KUENTZEL . . . . . . Mcmcrqer BAND HOUSTON ALEXANDER HOWARD ANDERSON EDWARD BAIN DIXON BENSTER EDWIN BERGMAN HERMAN BERGMAN BEN BOUTCHER WILLIAM BRESEE ROBERT BROWN BILL CHAPMAN HAROLD CRISPELL IOHN DE BACKER LESTER DHANES IRVIN DIEZ IAMES DIEZ EARL DONNEN KEITH EDMONDSON GEORGE ELZI IAMES ENGLUND ELTON FRY EDWARD GARLINGTON LeROY IOHNSTON RAYMOND GIRADO EDWARD GODDARD GLEN GODDARD ROBERT GORDON HAMLIN GRAHAM DALE GRIFFIN BENIAMIN GRIFFITH HOWARD HANSEN ROBERT HARRIS HAL HARRISON TIM HATTON CARL HAUPTMANN EARL HECKMAN STEPHEN I-IENNRICK ALBERT HEYER HERBERT HOMSHER ARVID HULT DON IRBY DON IRISH EDWARD KEHN HARVEY KELLNER RICHARD KIRBY IRVING KORR LESTER KUENTZEL RICHARD LUCERO DEYO MCCULLOUGH HUGH MCMILLEN IACK MAIER IACK MURPHY FLOYD MURR ROBERT NOBLE MILTON NUNAMAKER EMERSON OZMENT DICK PEARSE MARLEN PEARSON ANTHONY PERRELA CHARLES PHILLIPS IOHN PUGH IOE SCHROCK ROBERT SHELBY IACK SHEPHERD BILL SISSON NORMAN SMITH HENRY SOLOMON ROBERT SOWERS ROBERT STETSON CLARENCE STEWART IOHN STONG MONROE SULLIVAN IACK SWEGART EUGENE TABER ROBERT VAN SCOY GEORGE VON GUN DY LEO WAGNER PAUL WILSON IACK WINTON GEORGE WOLLBRIN CK I OE WRIGHT n Page 183 ,..-ii-,.. -T - , Z I . Wesley Foundation OFFICERS IORDAN WEILLS ...... President WILMA FERRIL .... . Secretary BONNIE BASSINGER .... Vice-President ERVA SULLIVAN .... . Treasurer ROY BEACH ..... ..... W esley Class HAROLD CARVER . . . . . Forum Chairman IANICE RUSSELL . . . . Devotions Chairman ERMA RUTH CALLAWAY . . . Recreation Chairman HAROLD CRISPELL . . . . . Publicity Chairman PAULA PICKETT . . . . . Dramatics Chairman RICHARD STWALLEY . . Chairman of Friendship Dinners AGNES HARTMAN . . . Social Service Chairman LUELLA ALLEN . . .... Music Chairman GLENN BARNEY . . ..... Skyline Editor LEONARD I. SMOOT .... Director of Wesley Foundation EXECUTIVE COUNCIL IORDAN WEILLS ........ . President BONNIE BASSINGER . . Vice-President WILMA FERRIL . .... Secretary ERVA SULLIVAN . . ...... Treasurer ROY BEACH .... . . . Chairman of Wesley Class ROSALEE NICKELSON . . Chairman of Religion in Life Forum First Row: Wilma Ferril, Virginia Chapman, Evalyn Tomlin, Betty Bennett, Erva Sullivan, Aileen Sauder, Martha Lou Munday, Grace Chapman, Betty Louise Brown, Marjorie Ostrander, Mrs. Smoot. Second Row: Ianice Russell, Iulia Laucomer, Ruth Irish, Eva Sparkman, Mildred Harris, Irene Greer, Ruth Greenwood, Cina Lu Greenwood, Virr-rinirx I-Inrrlinn Annes: I-Inrtmrm Imelln Allen, , L Page 184 15.0. OFFICERS DOROTHY SCI-IUREMAN . . President MARIAN STEARNS . . . Secretary EVALYN PROUTY ..... Vice-President SHIRLEY PORTER .... . Treasurer ALMA MAE GRAVES . . . . . Social Service Chairman ELISE MONTANDON SCHULTE . . Upper Class Group Chairman ERMA RUTH CALLAWAY . . Vesper Chairman IOSEPHINE PYLE . . . Freshman Chairman LUCKY KNOWLES . . Assistant Freshman Chairman Pyle. Marian Stearns, Elise Montandon Schults. F3 -I-zu X 1 ,, Q Q5 ,.. ,I 15 , ,I , ,r Page 185 Vrz t flr..l 1 y S u COUNCIL CAROLYN RANNEY . . . . . . President IACOUELINE BARR . . . Vice-President IOSEPHINE MORRISON . ...... Secretary NANCY NASH ............ Treasurer AILEEN SOUDER .... Social Chairman MARGARET BIRK . . . Publicity Chairman LAURETTA MOLONEY . Membership Chairman GERALDINE WARSHAUER . Housinq Chairman BETTIE ECKHARDT . . . Triad Chairman CLARA BARNES . . . Personnel Chairman HEAD TRIADS CAROLINE WOLFF ..... Drama and Literature Group MARIORIE ANDERSON . .,,.. Personality BETTY BENNETT . . ...... Dance MILLICENT HUEY . .... Music EDNA FALK . . ....... Art and Handicraft ASSISTANT TRIADS Drama and Literature Group IESSIE HONEYWELL BEATRICE LEWIS DOROTHY IEAN LAVINGTON Personality CORANELLE BARRETT ETI-IEL IEAN LINKLETTER MILDRED TEPPER Art and Handicraft BETTY RUTH OSBORN HARRIET MOYER FRANCES POE Dance MILDRED WRAY HELEN SOWERS CATHERINE BURNHAM Music VENUS BLAKE VELORA HILLS IDA COPELAND Back Row: Millicent Huey, Bettie Eckhardt, Ail Middle Row: Nancy Nash, Miss Vaille, Mrs Front Row: Caroline Wolff, Betty Bennett, i t l Page 186 Home Economics LOLA HATCH . . OFFICERS FRANCES KALCEVIC .... CHARLOTTE GUSTAVSON . ANN ABELLE LUTZ BARBARA ANDERSON MARGERY BELL HELEN BROWN ANNA CAMPBELL DOROTHY COCHRAN IUNE DUNHAM BETTIE ECKHARDT DOROTHA EMERY RUTH ENGLUND PEGGY FARRELL MARGARET GARDNER GERTRUDE GEORGE RUTH ANN GLASSBURN LOUISE GRIFFIN CHARLOTTE GUSTAVSON MARIORIE HAGGARD CATHRYN HANKS BETTY HATCH MISS BEDELL MEMBERS LOLA HATCH BUNNY HOOKER BARBARA IOHNSTON PEGGY IOLLEY MAURINE IONES FRANCES KALCEVIC BARBARA KLINE BEATRICE LEWIS RUTH LOUKE ANNABELLE LUTZ MARY IANE MCCORMICK BEULAH MCDOUGAL FRANCES MCKELVEEN ANNA MARIE MENTER PEGGY MONROE MARY IANE MUNSON KATHLEEN MYERS LOIS NELSON BETTY NILSSON DEPARTMENT MRS. FEI-ILMAN N lub . President . Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer LOUISE OLDLAND BETTY RUTH OSBORN FRANCES POE MAXINE RUSSELL FRANCES RUTHERFORD LOIS SEARS EUGENIA SPENCE KATHRYN SPRAITZER BETTY STEIK NANCY STONE CORDA STUMM D. TAYLOR BETTY THOMPSON NORMA THOMPSON VIRGINIA TRUE OLGA VON WEDELSTAEDT VIRGINIA LEE WALKER BETTY WILLIAMS MISS WILLIAMS :niv- , . - -.l- ,,,.4-o Q- 'Ia , -,- .4-A M wi 4.--,..1- K . I , ,. ,.. .f ' "Q, .55 " ... - ",,1 -..- anr'N.n'1- L y "rg, - L... p-0--V ..,,.4 'j Page 187 i,i"fu3'!I O1--'ve ' -.........Ai- -:.-:ii I'Q-if .--,... EL......- -1-gf ... l Si.-2 Co-Ed Counsellors OFFICERS PATRICIA KENNEDY . . President PEGGY CHASE . ....... Secretary BARBARA EISHEL . . . Chairman of the Courtesy Committee ETHEL IEAN LINKLETTER ...,. Chairman of the Teczs MEMBERS MARIORIE ANDERSON IEAN DUDGEON BETTY ANDREWS GERTRUDE ECONOMY CARMEN BILLINGTON EDITH ELLIS VENUS BLAKE BARBARA FISHEL ALICE BUCKINGHAM EMILY IANE FRITCH NOMA BURGNER BETTY GRAF GWENETH CARSON NOREEN GREENAWALT PEGGY CHASE HELEN HENDERSON BETTY CRIPPEN RUTH HOOKER BETTY HUTCHINSON PATRICIA KENNEDY ETHEL IEAN LINKLETTER MARGARET MAST IEAN MILLS BETTY OSBORN IUNE SEYDEL KATHERINE WRIGHT MARILYN WALKER Page 188 Newman ub OFFICERS BOB BERRY . . . . . . President NOREEN GREENAWALT . . Recording Secretary IOHN WILSON . . . . . Trecrsurer MEMBERS ADELINE ADAMKEWECI-I BEN ALLISON GLENN ARCHIBALD MICHAEL BAIER DOT IO BAKER GEORGE BAROCK ESTI-IER BATES ERNEST BERONI BOB BERRY LOUIS BONATO ANNA MARIE BIBLE ADOLPH BORRELLO ROGER BARREGO MARY IANE BRADY IOI-IN BRODIE ALICE BUCKINGI-IAM MARY HELEN BYRNE PHILIP CABIBI LEONARD CAMPBELL WILLIAM CARROLL CLARA LOU CASEY LEO COI-IENOUR WILLIAM COHENOUR MARGARET ANNE COLLINS GRACE COOK ROBERT CORBO MARY CORLETT FRANK COZETTO EDWARD CRUZ AMELIA CULLET EILEEN DALE WILLIAM DAMERON CARMEN DELLINQUADRI GERALD DOME ADELE DOSTAL EDNA FALK WILLIAM FEDERICI EMILIE PENAUX DAN FICCO PAUL FLADUNG HELEN FRANKL NORMAN FYLER BERT GALLEGOS ELEANOR GERHARD SYLVIA GIARRATANO TONY GONZALES ALFRED GRANGER MARY ELLEN GRANT NOREEN GREENAWALT WILLIS GUNN DON HARDIN AGNES HARRINGTON RAYMOND HARTMANN DONALD I-IARTQUIST CARL I-IAUPTMANN WILLIAM H. WILLIAMSON EDWARD I-IENNESSEY IANE HESSELBINE BLAKE HIESTER IANE HUBBARD ALLEN HYDE HELEN KAPUSHION IOSEPH KEARNEY RHOBIE KIDNEY MICHAEL KIKEL RITA KOHL MARY MARGUERITE KOONCE IEWEL KRIER DENNISON LANZA MICHAEL LENZINI RICHARD LUCERO CHARLES MCCORMICK MARY IANE MCCORMICK BYRON MCDONALD IAMES MCDONALD VINCE VALLERO GRACE WAGNER LEO WAGNER EVELYN WEDEL PHILIP WHELAN RUTH WILLIAMS IOI-IN WILSON DENNIS WITHEROW ANTHONY ZARLENGO Page 189 Viking Club OFFICERS I. FRED IOHNSON. . . . . MERRILL DICKS . WILLIAM CHAPMAN . HENRY GREGORY GEORGE BALDERSTON WALTER BOWLES VERNON BRYANT WILLIAM CHAPMAN CHARLES CONRADO HAROLD CRISPELL MERRILL DICKS SAM DOWNS EVERETT GILBERT WILLIAM GLENN HENRY GREGORY MEMBERS WILLEY GUE WILLARD HILLS WILLIAM HINES ROY HOSP MARION HUTCHINSON I. FRED IOHNSON MITCHELL IOI-INS FRANCIS KENNEY CARL LINER LARRY MCDANIEL President . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer IOHN MACKIE WILLIAM MADDOCK LEONARD NORDEEN GEORGE PETERSEN STANLEY PROFFITT HAROLD PROMMELL ROBERT TRAINOR PAUL TULL CHARLES WALKER LEONARD WEITZEL GORDON WELLER Mcrddock G rd n W ller Second H Chcrrl .s Conrado, Chu Ies McDcm I, Harold Crispell, Pcxul Tull, If Thxrd Row W Iley Gue, Sum Downs, Henry Front Row R Qld Klott, Francis Kenney, I, o o e . e r 'V Wlilligm Mortar and Pestle Pharmacy Cl OFFICERS ROBERT IOHNSON . . . . . . President IOE LaROCCA . . Vice-President EVELYN HILL . . . . . Secretary WALTER BOWLES . . . .... Treasurer SAM DOWNS ..... . Publicity Chairman DEAN HOMER C. WASHBURN ...... Faculty Adviser ACTIVE FACULTY MEMBERS RAMONA PARKINSON CHARLES RAYMOND BITTER HAROLD C. HEIM IOSEPH SPROWLS DR. EDWARD D. CRABB DR. D. W. O'DAY BRIGGS WHITE FRED G. DROMMOND DR. CHARLES F. POE DR. NORMAN F. WITT MARTIN SCHMIDT MEMBERS MARY BASS GLENN COOPER ANABEL HARRISON PETE PARKER LOUIS BERGER BERNARD CURTIS EVELYN HILL EVERETT BERGLUND GERALD DOME IAMES BOYD HOLMES MARIORIE PICKETT CHARLES BLOOMQUIST EARL DOTY ALBERT HORSTMAN EDMOND RITCHER BOB BOATWRIGHT GEORGE ENDICOTT IOHN W. HOWE KEITH ROBINSON IACK BONE MELVIN ERICKSON BOB IOHNSON TOSHIYE ALMA SERA WALT BOWLES IAY ESTEP NATALIE KOEHLER CATHERINE SIMON ROBERT BOYD, IR. GLORIA GILLESPIE IOE LA ROCCA RALPH SHERMAN IOEL BRADSHAW MARIAN GOODWIN ANNE MCLEAN REUBEN STEVENSON MYRON BROWN IEANNE GOWDY FRANCES MCFADDEN PAUL TADDIKEN CLARENCE BURSON DONALD GRAUBERGER GEORGE MASUNAGA RAY VANDAPOOL IOHN BUTLER OSCAR I-IANSON KUMI MATSUSAKI IEAN WASHBURN ARNOLD CATLIN CHARLES HARGREAVES RUTH MUNROE VICTOR YEAGER EDWARD CHRISTENSEN ROBERT EDWIN HARP GEORGE OFFDENKAMP THELMA ZEITLER Page 191 FRANCES BIRK IOHN CAWLEY EDNA FALK ANN GOODING BLAKE HIESTER ARNOLD ALPERT ART BRAINERD CATHERINE COOPER ANN COPELAND IOHN DOWLING DORCAS DUNKLEE EDNA ELLEN GRAY Players Club PARTICIPATING MEMBERS FRANK HOCKENSMITH IEAN KIMBROUGH PAULINE PICKETT ANN RAYNER LEO ROSENTHAL ASSOCIATE MEMBERS BILL HINES DOROTHY HUNTINGTON PATSY HUTTON MARGUERITE IOHNSON VIRGINIA MCMILLIN MARY IANE MUNSON CARMEN SCHULTZ BILL SLICKERMAN DOROTHY VAN EMAN LARRY WADSWORTH LOWELL WHITEMAN BILL PUETT BARBARA SMITH RICHARD THOIVIAN BOB WARD BONNIE BASINGER CLARA McKENNA CATHERINE PLAYER Page 192 Varsity lub OFFICERS MIFFAN EATON . . . President MARY CORLETT . . Secretary-Treasurer HOPE FIELDS . . . . Historian MEMBERS BETTY IANE ARMSTRONG HOPE FIELDS MANILLA ROBINSON ANNA MARIE BIBLE HARRYETTE GALLANTIERE AUGUSTA SHEATS MARY CORLETT GRACE IOLLY ZELMA VEZINA MIFI-'IN EATON LEE WRINN Page 193 Z" F V .,- QQ AN ,lla-nf f They look "Morier Bored" . . . Bob Nagoda, Deli-ii's a hard life . . . Tuxedo lunciion . . . Knee action . . . "You ain't lion" . . . Howard Viney, Phi Gam, stopped by a Wall. Ty Miller-just setiin' . . . Out like a light . . . This is a paid advertisement-Custance, PiPhi, and TerrillClark, Sigma Chi . . . Fall fashions holding their own . . . She's holding up her end . . . The'y"re in good form . . . "Spur-ring" on the team. 3k-: l C49 -----v--v-Q55 199 V .6 X .f f -1 Y x . 1 Q , ., . ki, ,rf ' Q " 5141 fit' , I' ii if "' ! -H ,. . - fury. - A Y. '49 9 14 4 1, . - ' V xg " 'fx A .ri A ,o fu ' I i 'Oy 5 I I I ., ' 1 1. .sm Q- m Qwwsbazz - me -M I 'fn' 'A A-refx '1 x fl 1 LJ I rl. fig ffnlxi 1' v,"',. 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Qnlhv-9 ry 41' '1 21 4' ' .nf "' i -. -In-. A .f-ff W.. ,-,, L 1 1 v 1 A w w w w w 4 1 ., .,.,. ,.,,x: U X V W ' ,,.x.- . .u .- , Ma, w Hg. W tx w L I ng .. 1 ,V .gm w H I M, 'J . 'ox I l ' - v 1 ,.,N, ,,..,.. w ,.-. ' w I 1 ,N ' Mr, .En 4 fr 30' y..jL, ,. JL ifrlfgfk 4 1',4, .--- ..-,g . 4. ..,, U ,x ,N . ,. ' A.. f I . ' K v L I rx I 1 ,.n, 1 N K I W w , I , Ax v n fffr ' Fraternities and sororities, reputably Hel- lenic in spirit, constitute an important part of student population, make lite socially agreeable, sometimes hectic. Part ot a nat- ural desire for union, Greek organizations contribute to the University pattern of living. Qifffk .,,,, , ,. 4, . Vu. W 21- is Nw, , fav 1' Z" ' " lip, f ' M 53, A "'X F1 QF Q 3-TQ . .TE ' 7? f , , :jr at fi? 415 ig 55 1 . 352531-.,. ..,,,,, ,SH .WA 'E' --L.- 12 ' f- f" "F-'Lg:Qg-fgQ f'.,L 1, ,, Qzmlf f ': "" - ia- :.j' ww ,,,41:Vg',g:'1frf1 ,aw ' ,. 4 "" 4 . W 1' ' 'V Z-Q22 HWQ ,, FR I I I AN " Fgggg ' 'YQ wx N K KQ- in Sa Z 7 K EX .M W Alpha Cha Omega 6! Uh iv :X . an ' 41.4 till " I XQ 11' Qffiglpikin ef'fUil" fill!!- AQA 'IG Windowg Yvonne Sctlibcr, Rhythm Circus, Hesperia, "Silver and Gold." Chi girls have cr nice, soft living room, the cheapest electricity bill on the hill. ff. Q S A rl if l Ml ,, 4. .tv 3 ng 'RSD "" i -If 9' K 'vs Wi 'EZI' 1' Y' 3- 'V F' sf 3 54-' i 2- Top Row: Mrs. Galloway, Andrew, Baab, Beck, Bonner, Bradshaw, Brainerd, Brown, Buckingham, Carlson. Second How: Cassell, Copeland, Deffenbaugh, Gibson, Godsey, Gowdy, Hair, Ham, Harbert, Hardesty. Third Row: Horne, Horton, Huelskemper, Koonce, laggers, Kennedy, Ledbetter, Lynch, MCI-lugh, Mclntyre. Fourth Row: McKay, McLean, Markham, Marshall, Nelson, Osborn, Ostrander, Peterson, Pothast. Bottom Row: Price, Randall, Ringwalt, Saliba, Shelton, van de Steeg, Van Thuyne, Vcn Wedel. OFFICERS PATRICIA KENNEDY . . President HOPE CASSEL . . . Secretary ALICE BUCKINGHAM . Vice-President LOIS VAN THUYNE . Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS HELEN DUGGAN LILLIAN SMERCHECK ACTIVES Marion Bassett, '42 Lena Beck, '40 Maryanna Bell, '42 Shirley Bonner, '40 leanne Bradshaw, '40 Alice Buckingham, '41 Hope Cassell, '40 Anne Copeland, '42 Ruth Gibson, '42 Geraldine Godsey, '41 Marion I-Iardesty, '40 Katherine Horne, '42 Marguerite Horton, '42 Patricia Kennedy, '42 Charline Knudsen, '41 Boulder, Colo. Colby, Kans. Golden, Colo. Oak Park, lll. Burlington, Colo. Leadville, Colo. Ames, Iowa Richmond, Va. lulesburg, Colo. Eckley, Colo. Berthoud, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Sterling, Colo. Goodland, Kans Mildred Lynch, '40 Louise Marshall, '41 Dorothy Lee McKay, '40 Anne McLean, '41 Genevieve Peterson, '42 Mary Helen Pothast, '4l Alice Mae Randall, '4l Betty Ringwalt, '42 Yvonne Saliba, '41 Betty Stivers, '42 Katherine Stover, '40 Edith van de Steeg, '4l Lois Van Thuyne, '40 lane von Wedel, '41 PLEDGES Olive Andrew, '43 Boulder, Colo. Marietta Ham, '42 Yuma, Colo. leon Eleanor Baab, '41 Greeley, Colo. lean I-larloert, '43 Grand Iunction, Colo. Roberta Clarice Brainerd. '42 Denver, Colo. Marion Huelskemper, '43 Longmont, Colo. Lois Betty Brown, '43 Burlington, Colo. Virginia loggers, '43 Limon, Colo. Betty Betty Lou Carlson, '42 Fort Lupton, Colo. Marguerite Koonce, '43 Eagle, Colo. Manon Deffenbaugh, '43 Golden, Colo. Bettie Ledbetter, '42 San Luis, Colo. Mary Doris Gordon, '43 Boulder, Colo. Betty lean Light, '41 Snowmass, Colo. Jeanne Gowdy, '42 Boulder, Colo. Edith McHugh, '41 Grand Iunction, Colo. Verna Rose Hair, '43 Denver, Colo. Page 203 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Colorado Springs, Oregon City, Ore. Berthoud, Colo. Denver, Colo. Colo. Glenwood Springs, Colo. Sterling, Colo. Walsenburg, Colo. Denver, Colo. La Grange, Webster Alpha Delta Pi The A. D. Pi's, on the Way clown-town, seem to loe good intramural, as Well as party, girls. They admit C. U. is a glorified coun- try club, often prove it. Popping up in the extra-curricular field are Betty Rae Paol- tield, Vice-president of W. A. A., Spur, Hes peria, University Orchestras, and Choir Erma Ruth Callaway, Spur, Y. W. C. A. Sigma Epsilon Sigma, and "The WincloW" 13? G' -q-v' i tu! J Top Row: Mrs. Margaret Windrum, Beamer, Blain, Callaway, Carr, Coffin, Davis, Dergance. Second How: Duteau, Iuchern, Koehler, McVittie, H. Miller, M. Miller, Munk, Padfield. Third Row: Ryan, Schlessinger, Tallant, B. Thompson, N. Thompson, Wictum, Williams. OFFICERS NORMA THOMPSON . . . President MARY MUNK . . BETTY RAE PADFIELD . . Vice-President MARILYN MILLER . Virginia Barstow, '40 Georgia Beamer, '42 Elaine Blain, '41 Erma Ruth Callaway, '42 Barbara Coiiin, '41 Wilhelmina luchem, '42 Marilyn Miller, '4l Martha Bartels, '42 Louise Burley, '42 Doris Carr, '43 Dorothy Davis, '43 Genevieve Dergance, '43 Marguerite Duteau, '41 Annabel Harrison, '4l Natalie Koehler, '41 Page 205 FACULTY MEMBER Denver, Colo. Golden, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Colorado Springs, Tulsa, Okla. Arvada, Colo. Colorado Springs, Lyons, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Park Ridge, lil. Pueblo, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Eldon, Mo. Durango, Colo. GRACE CRAVEN ACTIVES Margrett Mitchell, '42 Mary Munk, '41 Betty Rae Pacliield, '40 Colo. Marguerite Schlessinger, Kathryn Spraitzer, '41 Norma Thompson, '40 Colo. Virginia Williams, '42 PLEDGES lune McVittie, '43 Harriet Miller, '43 Anne Moore, '40 Margaret Redding, '43 Kathryn Tallant, '41 Betty Thompson, '42 Rita Ryan, '43 Gertrude Wictum, . Secretary . Treasurer Towaoc, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Dacona, Colo. '40 Denver, Colo. Center, Colo. River Forest, ill Denver, Colo. lpha Omicron Pi 2'-,rv - , if ifgjjfirf. V x .. . .. HF. ,Q Q, Xu I ,L , , .gy ., , , ., , in--YYY L vs r .. 4f,.,..fQ 'W' 3' .5:f.l1,' V' ". 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" - L fic. :,gi?1.44. an-H' Featured nationally as an architecture study, the Alpha Cmicron Pi castle is a haven for serenaders who avoid the wa- ters of C. U.'s famed and often iuminq moat. Featured members include Leatha Mae Harris, Panhellenic president, Senate mem- ber, "Silver and Gold" reporterg and No- reen Greenawalt, Spur, Newman Club and debater. 'i , 'fo il? i Top Row: Billinqton, Frankl, Gleissner, Greenawalt, Harris, Hecker, Hubbard, Tones. Second Row: Keppeler, Krapf, McFadden, Miller, Reynolds, Templeton. Third Row: D. Thompson, S. Thompson, Wilkinson. OFFICERS LEATHA MAY HARRIS . . . President DORIS THOMPSON , . CARMEN BILLINGTON . Vice-President NOREEN GREENAWALT . ACTIVES Carmen Billington, '40 Millicent deVel1e, Grad. Helen Frankl, '41 Ruth Gleissner, '41 Noreen Greenawalt, '42 Leatha May Harris, '41 Catherine Hecker, '40 lane Hubbard, '42 Adele Iones, '42 Dorothy Keppeler, '43 Ginger McFadden, '41 Marnie Morgan, '40 Frances Templeton, '43 Page 207 Arlington, Va. Doalinga, Calif. Algona, Iowa Washington, D. C. E1 Paso, Texas Colorado Springs, Colo. Sterling, Colo. Raton, N. Mex. Eagle, Colo. Ewa, Hawaii Denver, Colo. Green River, Wyo. Fort Warren, Wyo PLEDGES Ann Kendall, '40 Dorothy Krapf, '40 Francine McFadden, '40 Dene Miller, '40 Betty Lou Reynolds, '42 Evelyn Schlatter, '40 lulie Southwell, '40 Doris Thompson, '42 Sharle Thompson, '42 Rene Troy, '42 Peggy W Ieannette W . Secretary . Treasurer Pueblo, Colo. Cut Bank, Mont. Denver, Colo. Greeley, Colo. Raton, N. Mex. Deadwood, S. Dak. Raton, N. Mex. Glencoe, Ill. Glencoe UWIHH Alpha Phis live on the hill, sometimes make their eight o'clock, otherwise take lite and college easy. Prexy' loan Kendrick, Mortar Board, Little Theatre, Rhythm Circus, Charline Frederick, Publication Board, Chairman Housing Committee, Mortar Alpha Phi Board, "Silver and Gold" society editor, and "Mugs" Mugrage, Business Manager of COLOBADAN take lite hard, are suc- cesses. Phi girls are numerous-often good-looking. F 4 rv lanifik. waz -K 44. mL., t., .1 5, ll uit? 35 1' 1:-.u.,,y,w '. -.2 ,I . if ,- . NN. Y ' ' -4 - ,k., .li t-J 3 Y' QQ? 'N Cv? RQ' 'Q' :KK W' an-WS 5 , 'Sf' ' ff' '95 D . hx ! ' xf 'gzwll' ". Top Row: Austin, Brittell, Collins, Calvin, Cuthbertson, Darrah, Dickinson, Dudgeon, Eastman, Ellerman. Second Row: Evans, Faunce, Frederick, Gibson, Gierhart, Haggard, Harris, Haughey, Hesselbine, Humphreys. Third How: Ingersoll, Iennings, lewel, Kendrick, Mark, Mack, Marshall, Martin, Mattson, Mills. Fourth Row: Mugrage, O'Malley, Pasley, Pate, Reese, Roclolf, Saul, Sewers, Selby. Fifth Row: Seydel, Snair, Stewart, Tillard, Wahlrneier, Wigton, Young, Zeuch. OFFICERS JOAN VICTORIA KENDRICK . . . President CHARLINE FREDERICK .... Treasurer ANNIE BOBS MARSHALL . . . Vice-President MARGARET LEAH MUGRAGE Recording Secretary MARIORIE HELEN INGERSOLL . . . Corresponding Secretary FACULTY MEMBER LEOTA FRANCES PEKRUL ACTIVES Rachel Mae Brittell, '42 Brush, Colo. Ianice Iennings, '42 Denver, Colo. Elaine Colvin, '42 Greeley, Colo. Ioan Victoria Kendrick, '40 Pueblo, Colo. Sarah Lenore Dickinson, '41 Denver, Colo. Elizabeth Mark, '40 Boulder, Colo. lean Luise Dudgeon, '41 Denver, Colo. Annie Bobs Marshall, '40 Denver, Colo. lane Eastman, '41 Belvedere, Ill. lane Louise Mattson, '40 Omaha, Nebr. Amy Ruth Ellerman, '42 Yankton, S. Dak. Helen E. Maxwell, '40 Denver, Colo. Dorothy Grace Emery, '40 Brighton, Colo. Margaret L. Mugrage, '40 Denver, Colo. Nancy Lila Evans, '41 Denver, Colo. Nancy Lou Pasley, '42 Manitou Springs, Colo Ianice Marcine Faunce, '40 lulesburg, Colo. Charlotte lune Seydel, '40 Denver, Colo. Charline Frederick, '40 Denver, Colo. Helen C. Sowers, '42 Boulder, Colo. Susanne Haughey, '41 Denver, Colo. Yvette M. Wahlmeier, '42 Denver, Colo. Mary E. Humphreys, '41 Raton, N. Mex. lean Wigton, '41 Denver, Colo. Marjorie H. Ingersoll, '41 Denver, Colo. PLEDGES Riverside, lll. lean Mills, '42 lane Austin, '42 Margaret Ann Collins, '43 Genevieve Darrah, '42 Agnes Marie Gibson, '43 Nancy Mae Gierhart, '43 Betty Ann Greim, 43 Marjorie M. Haggard, '43 Ruth Harris, '43 lane Marie Hesselbine, '42 Aileen lewell, '43 Denver, Colo. Beulah McDougal, '42 Ieanne Elizabeth Mack, '42 Page 209 Gerald Marie O'Mal1ey, '43 Mary Elizabeth Reese, '43 Mary Elizabeth Rodolt, '42 Margaret Saul, '42 Lois Betty Selby, '42 Charlotta Ann Snair, '41 Suzanne Stewart, '43 Helen Tillard, '43 Mary Elizabeth Y Iacqueline Zeuch, 4 Denver, Colo. Grand Iunction, Colo. Rock Ford, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Oak Park, Ill. Oak Park, Ill. Denver, Colo. Atwood, Kans. Topeka, Kans. Ch: Omega Crnega traditions of campus activity are The fad-following Chi Ornegas have final- ly broken traditional styles of saddle shoes, short skirts, and Cardigans by banning knee-length socks. Uphoiding other Chi the Mortar Boarders: democratic Iean Bovard and scholarly Clara Barnes, an out- standing feminine engineer. 1455 R I LL' A ... Q, 'lb' ' vu Y Ali '-35 'T 9 Eff N xg X , I xi fel l 211 L , :.. -5 J Top How: Ashton, Barnes, Barry, Beamer, Bentson, Bermbach, B. 1. Bond, I. Bond, Bovard. Second Row: Chapman, Cleland, Cornelius, Edwards, Penn, Flatt, Punk, Gaylord, B. Glassburn. Third Row: R. Glassburn, Gradick, Gullarcl, Hancock, Henshaw, l-lodges, Ioseph, Lamb, Mulvay. Fourth Row: Munroe, Nelson, Oliver, Post, Paulson, Pyle, Rodman, Sellman, Filth Row: Seralini, Schaffer, Shanahan, Stout, Wicks, Wildman. PAULINE RODMAN . . President BETTY IANE ROST . Secretary CLARA BARNES . . Vice-President FRANCES HODGES Treasurer FACULTY MEMBER NORMA LE VEQUE Clara Barnes, '40 Trinidad, Colo. Frances I-lodges, 40 Shreveport La Patricia Barry, '41 Cedar Rapids, Iowa Rubydonna loseph 42 Lamar Colo Florence Bermbach, '42 Denver, Colo. Betty Io Lamb, '42 Brush Colo Betty lo Bond, '41 Tulsa, Okla. Ruth Munro, '40 Pueblo Colo lean Bovard, '40 Tionesta, Pa. Lois Nelson, '41 Schenectady N Y lane Cleland, '42 Delta, Colo. Ruth Platt, '40 Denver Colo Geraldine Edmondson, '42 Akron, Colo. Betty Oliver, '42 Billings Mont Imogene Edwards, '40 Brighton, Colo. Barbara Poulson, 41 Ignacio Colo Marie Penn, '42 Carson, Iowa Pauline Rodman, 41 Kimball Clare Funk, '41 Margaret I. Gardner, '41 Geraldine Gradick, '40 Mary Dell Gaylord, '42 Athelene Gullard, '40 lean Hancock, '40 lune Beamer, '43 Christy Brainard, '41 Denver, Colo. Kinbrae, Minn. lacksonville, Fla. Boulder, Colo. Billings, Mont. Lacon, Ill. Boulder, Colo. Omaha, N ebr. Betty lane Rost, '41 Denver Lois Sears, '40 leanne Sellrnan, '42 Glada Mae Shatter 40 Sally Stout, '42 Margaret Wicks, 42 Charlene Mulvay Rosemary Pardun Grace Chapman, '43 Colorado Springs, Colo. Geraldine Marjorie Cornelius, '41 Tulsa, Okla. Tony Smith, '42 Helen Funk, '43 Denver, Colo. Virginia Snyder Barbara Glassburn, '43 Craig, Colo. Mary M. Ruth Krone, '40 Page 211 Wichita, Kans. Mary E. "Popular as never betorelu- quote from Tridelta, who cannot be accused of mod- esty. Reason for explosion is the new Ter- race Room, attracting ping-pong and bridge fiends, and stray Phi Gams. Out- Delta Delta Delta Iii standing are Betty Nilsson, gavel Wielder and social chairman 7 Dot Riggs, three-point Hesperiang chemical Marjorie Woodard 5 and social Katie Schneider and Betty Graf. There are a lot of Tri Delts. QI il- FN-vs 2 , I .Ag 'ST ,,,, 's.', "E" uv T' si , 'HP' 3- '9- ,S nw "J 32' 'I' N1 SQ ' f X '25 Y- 'uv' '5 -it 4 . f 4' - x l Fr' 'Q' -N QL 'D :Rm me-2 -:l 4' 'N' 1 V 1 '67 'vf' 'A , at tee . Secretary . Treasurer 1 Hr .L lt Top How: Mrs. Blalock, Albert, Beebe, Bowen, Brannaman, Burke, Carrico, Devalon, Dostal. Second Row: Duvall, Gordon, Graf, 1-Iaring, Harper, Hasenauer, Iohnson, B. lohnston, Iones. Third Row: Kemler, Kempton, Knuckey, Kohl, Krier, Letford, McCarthy, Meister, Menke. Fourth Row: C. Miller, I. Miller, Nilsson, Owens, Pace, Poe, Riggs, Scotland, Schneider. Filth Row: Scruby, Sells, Shipman, Slane, Steik, Walker, Welty, Woodard. OFFICERS BETTY N ILSSON . . . President PEGGY SELLS . FRANCES Sl-IIPMAN . . Vice-President DOROTHY RIGGS . FACULTY MEMBERS LYDIA L. BROWN MABEL C. KANOUSE ACTIVES Shirley Porter, '4l Dorothy Riggs, '41 Walsenhurq, Colo. Longmont, Colo. Iewel Krier, '42 Kathryn Letford, '40 Ft. Collins, Colo. Denver, Colo. Ieanne Albert, '41 Eleanor Bowen, '41 Ioan Brannaman, '40 Denver, Colo. Dixie Mae McCarthy, '42 Denver, Colo. Mary K. Schneider, '42 Mary Scotland, '40 Peggy Sells, '41 Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Adele Doslal, '41 Betty Ieane Duvall, '42 Betty Graf, '42 Colorado Springs, Colo.Virginia McMillin, '41 Frances Meister, '42 Corrine Miller, '41 Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Roberta Harper, '42 Boulder, Colo. lane Mae Moorhead, '41 Belvidere, 111. Betty Sieik, '42 Carolyn Iones, '41 Denver, Colo. Betty Nilsson, '41 Denver, Colo. Marilyn Walker, '41 Katherine Kempton, '41 Syracuse, N. Y. Iean Pace, '40 Longmont, Colo. Ianet Welty, '42 Alma Louise Knuckey, '40 Lamar, Colo. Frances Poe, '41 Boulder, Colo. Leslie Wolf, '42 Rita Kohl, '41 Denver, Colo. Marjorie PLEDGES Betty Iohnson, '42 Barbara Iohnston, '41 Virginia Kemler, '41 Winilred Lake, '43 Cheyenne, Wyo. Denver, Colo, Marshalltown, Iowa Denver, Colo. Edna Falk, '41 Pueblo, Colo. Eholee Le Veque, '43 Boulder, Colo. Anna Louise Hansen, '41 Barbara 1-laring, '43 Catherine Ann Hasenauer, '43 Denver, Colo. Evanston, 111. Lamar, Colo. Denver, Colo, Marion Beebe, '43 Martha Burke, '43 Helen Pat Carrico, '43 Esther Devalon, '43 lean Lois Ruth Casper, Wyo. Denver, Colo. Casper, Wyo. Marjorie Lukroika, '41 Boulder, Colo. Anne McGowan, '43 Denver, Colo. Page 213 Frances Shipman, '40 Western Springs Ill Denver, Colo Dallas, Texas Delta Gamma ...ik ' Q . ifffiit wg? Nw' 'wffgtfv Q ' A ii - .45 V y 1'-W 1 1 191 3 ,V ' - i f if ', ig?-if 1.4. X. . , -J , ., at Vgmf' 4 wg gal i i gl ilighljij ,gl i jg 'a":aait:a A .-- ., r B -1 pi H- -- -N YBQQ Q .A df'-Q4 " 'J A -.Sl Delta Gammas have a study talolep also, a new ping-pong table, the nicest couches at the University, and a garden which puts Allah to shame. Besides dating the Delts, this sorority has activity girls: Cuddles -n -Z ,-+- -' 'h 7'+5w:r . r - Y A--an- , lohnson, COLOBADAN Associate Editor, Virginea Button, l-lesperiang Kay Wright, A. S. U. C. member, and COLQBADAN Staff Editor, and Betty Lou Miller, torch-singer outstanding. L K 'J ' ' X lil y? t - f l 1 Q v ' 1' 1 'Y A , wif A .1 .. X , .4 J, ugh. I - v - . .. Vi V-,. ix il " 1 l Q - f TM W 1 ,U . W , - -E . . 0 , 4 I U 4 ,Q Q 4" ." - . , ll - . iii Tv? sr I 5 ' '4' ' " I . - , Q 'J ' . 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Fourth Row: Lee, Marshall, Maitland, Miller, McClanahan, McElroy, McKenna, McNerney, Niethammer, Phillips. Filth Row: Pratt, Pedersen, Peltier, Rathje, Reid, Rogers, Stover, Wise, Wright. . OFFICERS MARGUERITE IOHNSON . . . President IEAN KIMBROUGH . Secretary KATHERINE ROGERS . . Vice-President MARGARET PELTIER . Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS HENRY ETTA REYNOLDS KATHERINE M. RUSSELL ACTIVES Ann Abel, '42 Mozelle Amonette, '42 Betty Bennett, '42 Priscilla Bosin, '41 Elizabeth Bowie, '41 Virginia Button, '41 Mary Louise Conway, '42 Marion Carson, '42 lane Donnen, '42 Maxine 1-laefliger, '40 Marjorie Allen, '43 lane Bein, '43 Beverly Brokaw, '43 Betty Bryant, '41 Shirley Chartier, '43 Phyllis Davis, '43 Dortlia Mae Emery, '42 Page 215 Pueblo, Colo, Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Bowie, Colo. Denver, Colo. Las Vegas, N. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Akron, Colo, Berthoud, Colo, Pasadena, Calif. Hastings, Nebr. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Scottsbluff, Nebr. Helen Henderson, '41 Everyl Humphrey, '40 Dorothy Huntington, '42 Marguerite Iohnson, '40 Peggy lolley, '41 lean Kimbrough, '40 Mex. Suzanne Kindall, '41 Margaret Leary, '42 Denver, Colo. Casper, Wyo. Urbana, Ill. Hastings, Nebr. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Oakland, Calif Boulder, Colo. Rock Springs, Wyo. Margaret McClanahan, '41Boulder, Colo. Barbara Lee, '42 Katherine McElroy, '40 Greeley, Colo. PLEDGES Mary Ellen Engel, '41 Vaughn Enslin, '42 Marjorie Erickson, '43 Sara Flanders, '43 layne Frankland, '41 Betty Lee Greenawalt, Virginia Iolley, '43 Phyllis Lambeth, '41 St. loseph, Mo. Sappington, Mo. Denver, Colo. Longmont, Colo. Winnetka, lll. '42 Sterling, Colo. Denver, Colo. Grand lunction, Colo. Clara McKenna, '40 Boulder, lean Maitland, '40 Kansas Patricia Marshall, '41 Denver, Betty Lou Miller, '42 Denver, Helen Nietharnmer, '41 Casper, Margaret Peltier, '40 Audrey Pratt, '40 Katherine Rogers, '40 Betty Wise, '42 Katherine Wright, Vivian leanne Colo. City, Mo. Colo. Colo. 1 .fl 4 I fl ,Tr ,B pa Alpha Theta -1 3 1," M1W'ie2g4..':.,11:i,w:- t is , im Q, I W 1.1 , V.5'fg5fgA,,7rQ '-. .. I: lll . p , . ev e , ff - if?-E-5"f,i-,1" 2 , r-If MF Y 24,211 A455 yr'Q'Ii' n " "M 'J 4 2.- N. -:few ff ' ,Merger mf 'x 'fs--v we-me 'f - 'Q-4-14,5 - 1-- ,M-4--5--4' ,remake .4geig53f2m'-4ga-1,--t!'- Q: mire." M.. wer, '. 'F' 5.3,,tf5g5.a,5iYqs.guLl..,j,g:',..x Tggi...-Q1 i A agytg :.15,gr:-41,.gv' . lt.. ,,3,r,,., , A: wfwf,-f2r:qa,:4.l:'m 1 ..f,rf:lt.-10+-av Q ,-1'?i.,.r ,+3,,u,,,.54 is--.g.,ftft --it-fy -. E f V -'nf-ew.g,t, ,J - gb , - 25:97 I tl FI' ":. ,A .K t , ,fr IF? V 1' r, D 2, w"'f:-.+.,i1Tg - .gif 6 ., , h-l.x,,,- ,,,...,,,,,,,,,Jx,.4., .. .5 - , ,, R 4 - .?"9'+. ., I . ,W 3"'3i5f?5",, A f klgft -, niy'--mi'-c'f1'ii" 1 ' ,f,L,,J2i: .1-1. . U ,-,,,Z.,. - .,- U . ,- A 'Q 4-S4132 W Y JF,-an-.H., Lg:-.--1 g.'1',7 1,.,' , -114' -Af - A Liv..-i ..4 ,fw. ,:- - -1 - -- f,,,,.,, ,.,.-Mpv, ,lu sv- ,ww .,, , fr, .- V - .. ,V ,1 . .,-,A,g.k 4-A , ,, , ,E .,.AI:.,,,,,4,! -.rgfofses , ,,,, -rg .'g5fl'?' X I 525511 :fjw ' , t gn, , , 1 1 --1-V dm- - , -v.:.,:g,+,,-:,--la-emi' , ,, 1. -1 r"-2 f- M,--1 --1.61" . - few, .-.Q.,,,....,411, it 1 ,. .J - , . rc - -'-+4---'49-'..'-bg 5-:pig ,,,.: ex.. ' u.:-..- ,.rL,ns.....m,. . Blessed with lots ot shrubbery, Thetas live in a house on the hill, spend most ot their time in Greenman's, and throw exciting tormals. Barhs Kinsley and Betty lane Richards keep the "kite" hiah socially. lean Gillett, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Iota Sia- ma Pi, Spur, Hesperia, and lean Amis, Rhythm Circus costume head, do their part in activities. Mary Lou Sweet, '42 1 r Nav - at iw 3 -rf 1 ' l S W ITL. FV ' '-neil ff 55 '.".f""' "iff fm S 'S ,v .- 1 fr :Egg e f -.. . we H 5 1, 1, .' ' . '.,, gg . 5 ' . S A . - Q' ' 1 1 A Q . ' . . 4 "H ' l ll J . " ,. '...i:: ' - 4: If X 'l ,i ' 'Q' K Y' , . ::a . l ,.:. I'::.: , .' Z' 1 HT' V.-I 'JB T W 40 I :': A gift s. 'll' X ... 1 1 f - s it 3-Ft it i , i . ' r -. ' i 1. - . - ' ' ,V ' I , . . " . ' . + ' ,Le l Q T 9 'H fl. . , V qi-B .1 , 1 3 Y ' : - Y .11 Q 1 HA I f .1 is 1 7, 5: - 'rg 'P f. . AA' Q 1 -qs? xy E' li y Q, ,A .1 'NM ' l,,,:fl1"1 ,554 NJ ' M.1'fl?f1"1r.1 ' n i 11 2' '- Y 1 "Bi" .tr J 1 f ' X 7 Top Row: Amis, Anderson, Armstrong, Bear, Beard, Bennett, B. Biossat, N. Biossat, S. Biossat, Boyle. Second Bow: Browning, Buester, Burke, Cameron, Claus, Clement, Clements, Cogdell, Crosswaite, Crowley. Third Row: Dellinger, Essig, Etter, Farrell, Fritch, Gillett, Griggs, Hamn, Harwood, Kelso. Fourth Row: LaTorra, Lien, McCammant, MacMillan, Miller, B. Moore, M. Moore, Richards, Rodewald, Stabler. Fifth How: Stephenson, Stone, Stryker, Sweet, Turner, Vandewart, VanSlyck, Yoder. OFFICERS BARBARA KINSLEY . President RUTH STEPHENSON . Secretary IEAN GILLETT . . Vice-President CHARLOTTE GRIGGS . Treasrer ACTIVES lean Amis, '42 Anna Margaret Bear, Margaret Beard, '41 Suzanne Biossat, '40 Marion Boyle, '40 Ernestine Browning, '40 Dorothy lean Claus, '41 '40 Roswell, N. Mex. Evanston, lll. Kansas City, Mo. Chicago, lll. Los Angeles, Calif. Tulsa, Okla. Helen Ieanne Clements, '42Boulder, Colo. Virginia Essig, '41 Denver, Colo. Barbara Anderson, '42 Beverly Hills, Calif. Frances Armstrong, '42Topeka, Kans. lean Bennet, '43 Barbara Biossat, '42 Nancy Biossat, '41 Shirley Buester, '43 Betty Burke, '43 Patricia Cameron, '42 Barbara Chandler, '43 Page 2.1 7 Trinidad, Colo. Chicago, Ill. Chicago, Ill. Boulder, Colo. Craig, Colo. Evanston, lll. Fort Collins, Colo. Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Gretchen Etter, '41 Emily lane Fritch, '41 lean Gillett, '41 Ruth Goeder, '40 Charlotte Griggs, '41 Virginia Harrison, '42 Barbara Kinsley, '40 Marion LaTorra, '42 Loveland, Colo, Ruth MacMillan, '40 Colorado Springs, ColRosernary Miller, '41 Kansas City, Mo. Fort Collins, Colo. Davenport, Iowa Buford, Colo. Evanston, Ill. Boulder, Colo. Leinard Lien, '42 Denver, Colo. PLEDGES Pattie Sue Clement, '41 Carolyn Cogdell, '41 Gwendolyn Crosswhite, '43 Frances Crowley, '43 Mary Dellinger, '43 Elizabeth Peggy Farrell, '43 Elizabeth Hamm, '41 Nancy Harwood, '43 layne Kelso, '43 Waco, Texas Denver, Colo. Sterling, Colo. Long Beach, Calif . Beverly Dallas, Texas Vernon, Texas Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Park Ridge, 111. Doris Elizabeth Moore, '40 Betty lane Richards, '41 Betty lane Stabler, '41 Ruth Stephenson, '40 Margaret Ann Stryker, '41 Gloria VanSlyck, '41 Sue Margery Nancy Los Angeles, Calif. Denver, Colo. Hinsdale, lll. Salina, Kans. Long Beach, Calif Littleton, Colo. Boulder ppa Kappa Gamma Fleeinq irorn the rumored stuffiness ot their colonial mansion, Kappas pass in review at colces daily. Among those present: Bar- loara Putter, everybody's pal and Edna Ellen Grey, Thespian star. Gthers: Phyllis Brinton, prexyg Dottie Schureman, Y. W. C. A. presidentg Mary Cole, Rhythm Circus and Mortar Board. Note, for other Kappas, call 417. PI' W' Qtr .r-- -Y-ll' un mnmw H it fi Q ,-5 ni 5 Q' K bv 'Us T 236 V, 5 96 sf- Plfx if kg- wg vu 1 .Mfr 'ww in ,, 3 5 i - . - 2 5 '35 1:- Top Row: Mrs. Richards, Andrew, Austin, Ballantine, Barber, Bertels, Bedortha, Belle, Brinion, Casey, Chase. Second Row: Christy, Cole, Dunklee, Eckharclt, Penn, Ferris, Graves, Gray, Groves, Hanigan, Hickey. Third How: lngwerson, Ireland, lrey, Ianuary, Keely, Knowles, Lohmann, Low, Lowell, Ludlow, Lyforcl. Fourth Row: Lynch, McGovern, Mackemer, Monroe, Montgomery, Moyer, Northcutt, Peabody, Peck, Platt, Putter. Fifth Row: Reed, Ritter, Schureman, Stearns, Storer, Sullivan, Swearingen, Van Vleet, Wagner, Walter, Warner. OFFICERS PHYLLIS BRINTON ...... President DOROTHY SCHUREMAN . . . Secretary BETTY NELL LOW .... ...,.. T reasurer FACULTY MEMBERS DOROTHY MARTIN IRENE MCKEEHAN ACTIVES Betty Lou Austin, '41 lane Ballantine, '40 Barbara Bartels, '41 Barbara Bedortha, '40 Miriam Briggs, '42 Phyllis Brinton, '40 Clara Lou Casey, '40 Peggy Chase, '42 Mary Cole, '40 Dorcas Dunklee, '42 Bette Eckhardt, '41 Eloise Ferris, '42 Margaret Mae Floyd, Arian Andrew, '43 Sally Barber, '43 Margery Bell, '43 Betty Ann Christy, '43 Patricia Daniels, '43 lane Dyde, '43 Betty Fenn, '43 Page 2.19 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Pasadena, Calif. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Eaton, Colo, Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Edna Allen Gray, '40 Alma Mae Graves, '41 La Roux Groves, '41 Virginia Hanigan, '42 Beatrice Hickey, '42 Ieanne lngwersen, '41 Betty Ireland, '41 leanne Ianuary, '41 Lucky Knowles, '41 Betty Nell Low, '40 Frances Ludlow, '42 Upper Montclair, N. I. Ieanne Lyford, '42 '42 Trinidad, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Brighton, Colo. Colorado Springs, Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Chicago, Ill. Catherine Lynch, '42 Bainbridge, Ga. Grand Iunction, C Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo Denver, Colo Denver, Colo Colorado Springs Pueblo, Colo. Longmont, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. PLEDGES Ann Ferril, '43 Betty lrey, '43 Mary Keely, '43 Katherine Manning, '42 Marie McGovern, '42 Betty lane Peck, '43 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. St. Francis, Kans. Los Angeles, Calif , Eileen McBride, '42 Peggy Monroe, '42 Inez Montgomery, '42 Harriet Moyer, '42 Yvonne Northcutt, '41 Evva Belle Peabody, '42 Barbara Puffer, '41 Dorothy lane Reed, '41 Dorothy Schureman, '40 Marion Stearns, '42 Barbara Storer, '41 Margaret Ann Sullivan, '41 loan Wagner, '40 Betty Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Montrose, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Colorado Springs, Denver, Colo. Fort Pi Phis live closest to Flagstaff, spend most of their time taking the air, developing activity girls like Evalyn Prouty, Mortar Board president: Nancy Ellzey, career-girl, Pi Beta Phi editor of "Silver and Goldng Betty Hutchin- son, W. A. A. president. Sigma Nu pins and Beta hashers are among Pi Phis claim to fame. 5 , , 'F 1 'Q' wit l . "' -1' -' - Vg, . 'Q' ' 'l Q A A I 4 'v 'R ' ti' fi 'F V H- X . gb ' LQ L V K -' , , va -or ,, 1 , ' 1 I I ..,, 'F Q , 'R f ., -P' -we ' it fr R I Q -Q, ,.,,' Q I -.' 'ti ' ' .1-. Q 5 :S .isa - N 'Y' W Ht, I fe- rfb . .php , 1 . .mL'1. or Ta t ra W. I az. '- "' 'SRG it 1 ' 'f I ' 5,5 ' 4 "Q-I f' -sv -. " I 'fy 9. 4- W ,"-I 4 5,5 Q' Q "3 , it l frifr A 1 ur K ,Aww ' I AL - vat, .1 I 'gl' 1 V aft -' I 2' , , 'Y ' 'l f .J 's ' A: W , Q' ' 1 'qt faq, K Y I 4. - -, y ,I 1 ' , if ' ' 'i f' f. f "IL 5' ' 1. I . .:.:.'. 2 'K I , , V M, t ,I - V 'V 'fb ., I C' ' - so ' 3' ' , l ' ' I, 3. -tif.. "ir L 'F 67 " se ' -A t- Q . " if 'K V- ,v , ft ,ea by Qf I I L ff Q - '- Q- , ' A I ' I FE i . . f , 5. I. ' I ': " " If N- E 'Q' at-' 95' I " 'e E I" J "':l'.f' 'D-'1' I I g AA f R f It E 'V M., Y .E . I ,,i:: I V .,.,. . ,Q . ' A - 4 ll Top Row: Alford, Allen, Anderson, Ball, Barrett, Barton, Bartrarn, Bradt, Caldwell, Carrington, Cooper. Second Row: Counter, Cunningham, Custance, Divisek, Ellzey. Third Row: Fickel, Fishel, Fleming, Gillis, Green, l-larpel, Hawes, Hutchinson, lles, Iens, Kellerman. Fourth Row: Lavington, Linck, McClellan, Moelin, Shulte, Poston Preston, C. Prouty, E. Prouty, I. Quaintance. Filth Row: M. Ouaintance, Reybold, Rose, Rutledge, B. I. Smith, D. Smith, Swearns, H. Thompson. Sixth How: L. Thompson, Tunnell, Whitman, L. Wigton, Williamson. 'I' Drake, l. Drinkwater, I. Drinkwater, R. DrinkWater,G. Egan, P. Egan, OFFICERS PATRICIA EGAN . . . President CATHERINE COOPER . Secretary EVALYN PROUTY . . Vice-President IO ANNE DIVISEK . Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS REBECCA W. VAILLE SALLY PEEBLES IDA L. SWAYNE ACTIVES Elizabeth Allen, '42 North Platte,Neb.Patricia Egan, '40 Denver, Colo. Betty Ann Mollin, '40 Denver, Colo Iean Anderson, '42 Denver, Colo. Nancy Ellzey, '40 Roswell, N. Mex. Catherine Preston, '42 Pueblo, Colo Mary Ellen Ball, '4l Coranelle Barrett, '42 Beverly Barton, '40 Ianet Carrington, '42 Corabelle Chadbourne Catherine Ann Cooper, Helen Counter, '42 Adele Custance, '42 Io Anne Diviselc, '41 Marjorie Drake, '40 Ruth Drinkwater, '40 Gladys Egan, '42 Helen Alford, '43 Marian Bartram, '43 Virginia Bradt, '43 Betty Io Caldwell, '43 Shirley Cunningham, '43 Houston, Texas Page 221 '4lDenver, Colo. Suzanne Gillis, '40 '40Denver, Colo. Esther Green, '42 Loveland, Colo. Margaret Fickel, '4l Denver, Colo. Caroline Prouty, '42 Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Barbara Fishel, '42 Denver, Colo. Evalyn Prouty, '40 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Sally Fleming, '42 Edgewood Arsenal, lean Quaintance, '40 Los Denver, Colo. Md. Maryanna Quaintance, '42 Golden, Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Shirley Reybold, '41 Helen Rae Rutledge, '42 Brighton, Colo. Charlotte Gustavson, '41 Boulder, Colo. Elise Montandon Schulte, '41 Betty Iane Smith, '41 Dorothy Smith, '42 Helen Thompson, '41 Leona Temple, '42 Maxine Tunnell, ' Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Wheaton, Ill. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Elizabeth Harpel, '40 Denver, Colo, Denver, Colo. Betty Hutchinson, '41 Iean Ellen lens, '41 Denver, Colo. Dorothy Lavington, '42 Denver, Colo. Betty McClellan, '42 PLEDGES Fort Collins, Colo. Ioan Drinkwater, '43 Washington, D. C. Martha Tulsa, Olcla. lda lane Drinkwater, '43 Denver, Colo. Virginia Evanston, lll. Betty Love Hawes, '43 Boulder, Colo. Garnet Denver, Colo. Marguerite Kellerman, '43 Honolulu, Hawaii Louise Catherine Linck, '43 Denver, Colo. Betty Mary Io Poston, '43 Denver, Colo. Panhellenic OFFICERS MAY HARRIS .... . President E IOHNSON . . . Secretary BRINTON . . .Treasurer PANHELLENIC ALPHABETICAL Alpha Chi Omega Delta Delta Delta KENNEDY ..... President BETTY NILSSON ...... President BRADSHAW .... Rush Captain VIRGINIA MCMILLEN .... Rush Captain Alpha Delta Pi Delta Gamma MARGUERITE SCHLESSINGER . . President MARGUERITE IOHNSON .... President BARBARA COFEIN .... Rush Captain KAY WRIGHT ...... Rush Captain Alpha Omicron Pi Kappa Alpha Theta LEATHA MAY HARRIS .... President BARBARA KINSLEY ..... President HELEN FRANKL ..... Rush Captain CAROLINE COMBS .... Rush Captain Alpha Phi Kappa Kappa Gamma IOAN KENDRICK . . . . . President PHYLLIS BRINTON ..... President IEAN WIGTON ..... Rush Captain BETTY LOU AUSTIN .... Rush Captain Chi Omega Pi Beta Phi PAULINE RODMAN ..... President PATSY EGAN .... . . President RUTHANN GLASSBURN . . Rush Captain BETTY MCCLELLAN . . Rush Captain First Row: L. Marguerite Iohnson, Patsy Egan, Virginia McMillan, Betty McClellan, Leatha May Harris, Caroline Combs, lean Wigton, Ioan Kendrick, Norma Thompson, Kay Wright. Second Row: lean Bradshaw, Betty Lou Austin, Pat Kennedy, Phyllis Brinton, Betty Nilsson, Barbara Coffin, Ruthann Glassburn, Helen Frankl, Pauline Rodman. Page 222 Page 223 Back Row: Wheeler, Petersen, Ayer, Bruce, Hodge. Center: O'I-tara, Nies, Turner, Gerbase, Atkinson, Austin, Lichtenstein, Naylor. Front: Hampton, Cooper, Lam, Dodson, Card, Lang. Inter Fraternity Council HOWARD WHEELER STANLEY PERRY . IAMES O'I-IARA . . . TOM COOPER . GEORGE WORKS WILLIAM A. NIES . DAVID ATKINSON . MAURICE PETERSEN SIDNEY C. BRUCE . MAX MORTON . IACK O'ROURKE . RUSSEL TURNER . ELI YOELIN . . STANLEY DODSON EDWARD NAYLOR ROBERT AYER . ROBERT AUSTIN . ROBERT LANG . LAWRENCE BURT . . . . Acacia . Alpha Sigma Phi Alpha Tau Omega . Beta Theta Pi . . . Chi Psi . Delta Sigma Phi . Delta Tau Delta . Kappa Siqma . Phi Delta Theta . Phi Gamma Delta . Phi Kappa Psi . Phi Kappa Tau . Phi Sigma Delta . Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Alpha Sigma Acacia aunt jc --V-ji. ' ' +....s .2.. " 'i ,gjp 1 ""731 1 it-2: g V ir El t We E if ' ' -1 ,,,. ., ,, . , .1 3,-Af L:'f "n F f I ' A' ' 'T' , ,.' Qu V xo, ,,t,lX.G Q 2- rfgfffl'-f' ' , pm, It L., T, 9.7 " rift, 1 " -' ' 'l ' 1' t, , 4- 3 if Y i5? - ' in ..Jl'Q?li.4. I , ,. . .. if ' V f NA A i .V V 3 A , gg-' il ' if t , -A' ,fe f - ' -Q .1:g:.-P9-zqd um: ,-- . 5 -... , , its , 1-Bffffflidillg? f -. A Acacia brethren continue to suffer the rig- ors of Lake Acacia. Few members have escaped its chill Waters, especially unruly pledges and new chapter prexies. This year a larger lake adorns the Acacia grounds in keeping with the modern build- ing, but the spirit remains-also the Wet Acacians. Prominent members are How- ard Wheeler, president, Ralph Moore, Phi Mu Alpha, and Edward Meikel, Alpha Chi Sigma. 1' J-A -'Z' HOWARD W. WHEELER IOHN F. LEWIS . . Top Row: H. Bergman, R. Bergman, Cooke, Iohnson, I. Lewis, R. Lewis. Second Row: Light, Meikel, Moore, Valiton, Wheeler, Wilson. OFFICERS President ROY B. LEWIS . . . Secretary . Vice-President ROY H. BERGMAN . . Treasurer WILLIAM R. ARTHUR HAMILTON I. BARNARD IOHN S. BOUSLOG RALPH W. DANIELSON PAUL M. DEAN MILO G. DERHAM RODERICK L. DOWNING FACULTY MEMBERS FRED G. DRUMMOND CLARENCE L. ECKEL ALEXANDER GRANT HORACE A. IONES ROBERT C. LEWIS HUGH E. MCMILLEN EDWARD R. MUGRAGE ACTIVES NORMAN A. PARKER CHARLES F . POE WILLIAM H. THOIVIAN CHARLES A. WAGNER HOMER C. WASHBURN RICHARD W. WHITEHEAD NORMAN WITT Roy H. Bergman, '41 R. Herman Bergman, '42 Richard L. Boyd, '41 Ralph W. Cooke, '42 Herbert Coulson, '41 lohn F. Lewis, '41 Roy B. Lewis, '42 William H. McConnell, '40 Edward I. Meikel, '41 I. Daniel Davidson, '42 W. Keith Edmondson, '41 Richard Hinshaw, '42 Lycurgus W. Iohnson, '40 Billy L. Keating, '43 Page 225 Red Cliff, Colo. Red Cliff, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Tulsa, Okla. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Hayden, Colo. Kersey, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Berthoud, Colo Boulder, Colo. Ouray, Colo. Red Clitf, Colo. PLEDGES Ralph C. Moore, '40 Robert E. Noble, '42 Charles Stevenson, '40 Arthur P. Valiton, '42 Howard W. Wheeler, '40 Iesse A. Wilson, '42 William A. Wilson, '42 Robert W. York, '42 Philip Kronenberger, E. Eugene Light, ' Caroll R. Pusard, Norman Smith, ' Gilbert W Hanover, N. Mex. Longmont, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Twin Falls, Idaho Avondale, Colo. Denver, Colo. Salida, Boise, Alpha Sigma Phi . A 1 fm , 1,334.53 y, ff"4'T'13" 1 -X. . -- , "1 F' --'9LC9'f1'.L -11.- Ix. n.. 1, ,s- . -. ,,. -,... - .. . -- Va- V ,lv-.,,-, M., ' ,, qw pk, y u' ,i ,.1., JJ. . , - .reset mae l f P 1"-' 3 .5 - ,,4,.1.'-.,f,.-,,1.,n .,, U, -' xfqrqi. , fn, -. , , . 4..., K-, V . ,g. 1,-so r If f Je- .ef -- --- F- i'-iq ---'S M , - A ""' ,- .. -. i f ' ' 'if ' gt E' QE? ' 2--T' 'ixf w ' IF SA fave?-f'X " .PW , ' " .. " 1 fffli '-,Q-ET'-.emi ,- . -.,r:.. ' f'P?.Z9.-' Y: - -Q "vi i-:.sg:B1..-- .2252 32 li? xi wa ' 1 -.91 if-V 1' ' " ' 3" 4l"1f' A ??v- ' . ' '4F.- H 2 M llg fl, if X- 3 ' 1 " 'ESE E ' ' Q I Mlmfhgi ' ,tg-ifjltjy i -z. - Lt,-, in QD. 15 , i .. I ,kj Y - i, mfg .f bxlel 1.1, :" . 3-a s li fi:- if' ' 5 ' it wi'-"'Q"AT+ 'P V- . . ,. '- img-g, xazs . ' ' ,yn tr. - ,. y J , ff . 4 P ,..-Q -,,,,, ,, f . .-f-.. -- . ri:-if fl 'U :gf P4 f fee A 1 J. t ss- -A-P, - " ' "" 4' f 1--14' 1-'i1i',:-z'51hli' ' A " 1 '-QAFZ fi --1 . :',: r?sL., 1 '51 'i' T ' ---ff L-:r n Alpha Sigma Phi found itself a new home up the street on l4th. Change in atmos- phere-the Phi Sigs are next door- brought a paradoxical rise in scholarship. Maybe the Phi Sigs radiate. The Alpha Sigs lett the mortgage for the Kappa Sigs, who left home for Theta Xi-anyway, they're still all here. Alpha Sigs main- tained their traditional majority ot engi- neering students, among Whom are lohn l-lodge and Buster Iones. Sports men in- clude lim lohnson, Wayne Puller, lohn Hanson and Packy Romans. fm' 1- E... t f r U5 55' ,ghe- Top Row: Beam, Brennan, Fuller, Hanson, Harter, Hodge, Homan. Second Row: C. Iohnson, H. Johnson, Iones, Perry, Romans, Schaefer. OFFICERS IOHN HODGE . . . President EZRA SCI-IAEFER ...... Secretary STANLEY PERRY . . . . Vice-President WAYNE FULLER . . Corresponding Secretary WILLIAM S. BERNARD RODERICK L. DOWNING FRANK A. EASTOM Robert Alexander, '40 Orville Beam, Law Iarnes Brennan, '41 Fred Douglas, '41 Wayne Fuller, '4l Bill Gasser, '42 Earl I-larter, '4l Iohn Hodge, '40 Iohn Hanson, '40 Lee I-Ioman, '43 Page 227 IOSEPI-I JONES ....... Treasurer Salida, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Dawson, N. Mex. Denver, Colo. Henderson, Colo. Loveland, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Briqhion, Colo. FACULTY MEMBERS CLARENCE L. ECKEL H. W. KENDRICK ZELL F. MABEE W. F. MALLORY ACTIVES Henry lohnson, '4l lames Iohnson, '42 BERNARD F. OAKES WARREN RAEDER ELVIN C. SAYER Boulder, Colo Maywood, Ill PLEDGES loseph lones, '40 larnes McDonald, '40 Stanley Perry, '40 Ezra Schaefer, '42 Raymond Vanderpool, '40 Owen Vandevenier, '41 Charles Packy Denver, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Brighton, lpha Tau Omega I-lang-together Taus swamped the Sig Alphs in the mud, but took the honored name of "Blackfoot" from the Sigma Nu boys. Plans for the ATO year included a new baby color for the building. ATO's fame is upheld by S. and G. Bartram, De- bater I-Iuss, Social-man Nye, Scholarly Clut- ter, and Wilmer and McAleer. 'Z' R' Q F. 'Rs ,334 ,, 'E' Top Row: Appel, Bartram, Clark, Clutter, Conkling, Curtis, Edwards, Ford. Second How: Fuller, Hester, Hoffman, Huss, McAleer, Mack, Nye, O'Hara. Third Row: Rector, Ritcher, Shepherd, Sherman, Slickerman, Touse, Wiley. OFFICERS IAMES O'HARA . President CHARLES FORD . . . Secretary DALE RECTOR . . Vice-President HAROLD HOFFMAN . . Treasurer ' FACULTY MEMBERS DEWEY SAMPLE WILLIAM D. FISHER ACTIVES lohn Bartram, '41 Donald Clark, '4l loseph Clutter, '42 William, Conklinq, Ioseph Crum, '42 Alonzo Emiqh, '4l Charles Ford, '42 William Haqe, '40 Olaf Haqe, '42 '41 Harold Hoffman, '42 Mark Huss, '42 Ford Kennedy, '41 Walter Mack, '40 lack McAleer, '40 Alan Nye, '40 Walter Appel, '43 loseph Crum, '41 William Curtis, '43 Roy Edwards, '43 Blaine Fuller, '42 lolm Hester, '41 Morris Iames, '43 Howard Mann, '43 Page 229 Tulsa, Okla. Boulder, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Casper, Wyo. Pueblo, Colo. Durango, Colo. Carlisle, Iowa Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Chicago, lll. Boulder, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Denver, Colo. Oqden, Utah Denver, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Denver, Colo. Laurel, Mont. Scottsbluff, N ebr. Warren, Wyo. Pueblo, Colo. Ft. Morgan, Colo. lames O'Hara, '4l Penney Pearson, '40 Bert Prince, '4l Dale Rector, '42 Howard Rossman, '40 Edmond Ritcher, '42 Ralph Sherman, '41 Maurice Shields, '42 William Slickerman, '41 Robert Towse, '4l George Von Gundy, '42 lohn Wiley, '4l Tony Wilmer, '42 Curtis Wise, '41 PLEDGES George Marshall, '43 Alfred Reeves, '42 Donald Releford, '43 Orville Rouch, '42 lack Shepherd, '42 lack Welch, '43 Thomas Wilkinson, ' Harold Wilmer, '43 Deadwood, S. Dak. Monte Vista, Colo. Santa Fe, N. Mex. Pueblo, Colo. Denver, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Alamosa, Colo. Montevideo, Uruguay Colorado Springs, Colo. Mitchell, Nelor. Pueblo, Colo. Del Norte, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. eta Theta Pi ' x A '.,.l ., .r --.4 rf'-s --f xi- 4.:g,4E:E?i7:-' ,gs Riu, Tweet- vga' 'iii-,f '?"t f+'35"LI'l.,2 7971" ' Qi- CST'-""-rv-Y-. f.-Fl-3,175 -, Q ,iiff...gfi,y-A ,-iw-'ffl 5 - .. -- ' fe-. f 'qg '.4+f,,, fri'-, 1' Fw . -men- -rw. 1-.5-." 'l' J J? " A' 'ill "df 'EFCLSQ' iiYzrff'J'4-lf " .-?-iZ.' - M. of 1.2-,LI J E. -Nw-g 'A-1 -?'--.i4ir:w:v,- ' " riff- "aff, - 4T'5"'. '1- . -.gp ',"5, - ' 4' Q". ,g"7A -:-- Q ' 2' I -., '.w.. -6',w- V ,U ,, , J: .,,:,, 4' ,. ,,J-Lsu3:..j?j1g.,,,! ,E:g , is 5 2 A 4,96-4,1 V I - L .qw ,J . Q, e ' 155, 1 1wm'.f5'fv'-fa" 1: . . 1 1 , t - . . -' i- .RH 5 LM: - ff' , 1 , 4 f-f m Jr -4 f 4 V' 5 , ,L,.,M,, f 5- 4 43: Ll 5 1 - .. , E5 I ' ' '25, ., ' V -'.' ', Hgh, 5: if ' A '- ' fl '. f 3-.if , rv i.- 511-"' 5 --f-. . ' 5 HE .t we.. ii, -,,,, Ii I -.I , ,L .ff 'H Tr -N , 1 V ' ll - 9 . 4 is 2-uf' Q C' 4- 'f f -f ' "" 6 -2 - A ' 1.1! . V hi," V AQ- -,, --I , .., f . - " L-- ...vo ', -4 f-A -1 Y A ...ag Betas live on the corner, watch the girls go by, go to college and sometimes to the uni- versity. l939-40 found them egging Phi Delis, winning the Songiest, looking for ath- letes, losing scholars, throwing the Bowery dance, and miraculously making plans for another one. Beta BMCC's: Tom Cooper, COLORADAN editor and Heart and Dag- ger, William lovanovich, CCLCRADAN assistant editor, lack l-lipps, A. S. U. C., Chuck Watts, "S. and business mana- ger, Cam Merrifield and Edson McCluskey, swimmers, and Bob Doll, who throws bas- lcets. -xx N KX .t, .N , . N -. . , . e 'N"'?Z:,:-- , . N - e, QT FIT.. if: -gf ln. 4' "5 'Q ,.., fr 1 J 1 . 915 T9 fgzsnso' T .ee -3 U 11 J .1 :QQ '5 Top Row: Allen, Ashby, Bein, Bennett, Bliss, Bradford, Bridenbaugh, Cary, Caypless, Cooper, Counley. Second Row: Curlee, Deflke, Dudgeon, Dungan, Eckhardt, R, Edmundson, W. Edmundson, Farr, Fenner, Glass, Griffith. Third Row: Heft, Hipps, Hover, lanes, Kearns, Knowles, Landen, Liggett, Light, List, McClusky. Fourth Row: McCotter, Mack, Marchant, Mele, Merrifield, Morrison, Musselwhite, Naugle, O'Ryan, Ostenberg, Paddock. Filth Row: Parriott, Paynter, Philpott, Plettner, Riddle, Schulte, Secor, Shattuck, Summer, Tanner, Sixth Row: Ten Eyck, Underwood, Vaughn, Warren, Watts, Wickstrand, Wilkinson, Winkle, Wilson, Witheroe, Woodbury. OFFICERS TOM COOPER . . . President WILLIAM NAUGLE Secretary WALTER BLISS . . Vice-President LOUIS BEIN . . Treasurer Bill Afton, '42 lack Allen, '42 Gerald Ashby, '42 Sam Beckley, '40 Louis Bein, '41 Walter Bliss, '40 William Bradiord, '40 Dick Bridenbaugh, '42 Tom Cooper, '40 Richard Counley, '41 Wayne Curlee, '42 lames Deffke, '42 Tschudy Dungan, '41 George Eckhardt, '41 Robert Edmundson, '41 Williani Edmundson, '42 Carl Farr, '43 Mac Folsom, '41 Donald Brolzman, '43 Charles Cary, '43 George Caypless, '42 Robert Doll, '42 Richard Dudgeon, '43 Robert Fenner, '43 Hugh Gardner, '43 Reed Hannon, '43 Robert Hover, '43 Dan lones, '43 Page 231 Eagle, Idaho Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Berthoud, Colo. Greeley, Colo. Denver, Colo. Billings, Mont. Denver, Colo. Sterling, Colo. Sterling, Colo. Eaton, Colo. Bartlesville, Okla. Boulder, Colo. Greeley, Colo. Greeley, Colo. Greeley, Colo, Denver, Colo. Merino, Colo. Cheyenne, Wyo. Covina, Calif. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Evanston, lll. Oak Park, Ill. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Evanston, Ill. FACULTY MEMBERS ROBERT STEARNS DONALD GRAHAM FRANK H. WOLCOTT LEO ASPINWALL FREDRIC STORKE ACTIV ES Iarnes Glass, '40 William Griffith, '41 Clarence Hayne, '42 Edward 1-left, '41 lack I-Iipps, '42 Bill lavonovich, '41 Lee Kearns, '42 Alvin List, '42 Edson McC1uskey, '40 Rawson McCotter, '40 Lawrence Mack, '42 Edward Mele, '42 Cam Merrifield, '42 Lee Modesitt, '41 Leonard Morrison, '42 lack Moyers, '42 Peyton Musselwhite, '42 William Naugle, '41 Estes Park, Colo. Denver, Colo. Sterling, Colo. Oak Park, Ill. Loveland, Colo. Denver, Colo. Wray, Colo. Schenectady, N. Y. Sterling, Colo. Omaha, Nebr. Pueblo, Colo. Brooklyn, N. Y. Rocky Ford, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Winter Park, Fla. Sterling, Colo. PLEDGES Robert Knowles, '43 lack Landen, '43 Iohn Ted Liggett, '43 William Light, '43 Wendell Marchant, '43 lack O'Ryan, '43 William Paddock, '43 loe Parriott, '42 Andy Riddle, '43 Sterling, Colo. Omaha, Nebr, Pueblo, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Evanston, Ill. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Kenneth Nelson, '41 Bill Ostenberg, '42 Dick Poynter, '42 William Paynter, '42 lim Philpott, '41 Walter Plettner, '41 Robert Sabin, '40 Ira Tanner, '42 Tom TenEyck, '41 Sam Thompson, '42 Art Underwood, '42 Bruce Van Drufi, '42 Bruce Vaughn, '42 Thad Walker, '41 Richard Warren, '41 Charles Watts, '41 William Wilson, Olwin Richard William William Richard Arthur Denver, Colo. Scotts Bluff, Nebr Brush, Colo. Brush, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. La lunta, Colo Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Cheyenne Ames, Chi Psi The Lodge boys' chief claim to fame in 1940 was being satirized in the Rhythm Circus. Some other claims are in the local town files. Prominent among the high-Water pants and Pi Phi recreation room are Dusty Brown, President of the Business School, Sumalia, Bhythm Circus stage managerp f'?"""' I ggfei -z., l W ,gn A ' ll H 4, ,xgw L 43,3 I I ff' ,i'Uv'ix'Ti 95, fflw' Colin Iames, President of the Law School, "Tub" Prink, perennial stage handy Bill lngwersen, Delta Sigma Pi, "S. and G."p Blake Hiester, Little Theatre, and "Sad Sam" Tarnminga, Chi Epsilon and Sigma Pi Sigma. lil .-P34 Qin ,C fe.. g 4 he M.: c ,vi 'ES' -..1 , if .J 1? ge 233 Top Row: V Argall, Baker, Bemis, Benson, Brown, Cleland, Cusack, Douden, Frink. Second Row: Gates, Greenwell, Gramer, Harpel, Hays, Howry, Hunt, lngwerson, Iacobs. Third Row: Iacobson, James, Kennedy, Larrick, Larson, Linclblad, McGee, Patterson, Robinson. Fourth Row: Shelton, Toclhunter, Van Arsdale, Van Sickle, Walker, Williams, Works, Wyer, Young. OFFICERS GEORGE WORKS . . President RICHARD NILSSON . Corresponding Secretary MARION SCOTT . Secretary PETER CLELAND House Manager Charles Able, '40 Edwin Bemis, '41 Ross Benson, '4l Art Brainard, '4l Iames Brown, '40 Robert Campbell, '40 Peter Cleland, '4l Paul Douden, '42 Robert Prink, '40 Philip Gates, '41 Peter Hanford, '40 Blake Hiester, '40 Elbert Baker, '43 Clem Brown, '43 Donald Clow, '43 Cris Cusack, '43 Iohn Greenwell, '43 lack Gramer, '43 Denver, Colo. Littleton, oClo. Colorado Springs, Denver, Colo, Holdrege, Nebr. Greensbury, Pa. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo, Denver, Colo. Honolulu, Hawaii Honolulu, Hawaii Denver, Colo. FACULTY MEMBER lOl-IN MCLUCAS ACTIVES Gerald Hillyard, '4l Douglas Hawry, '42 Ivy Hunt, '42 lohn Huppuch, '42 William Ingwersen, '40 Colin Iames, '40 Leon Kennedy, '42 Iames Larrick, '42 Newton Larrick, '40 lames Lerrien, '40 Carl Linclblad, '42 Robert McGee, '41 PLEDGES lames Harpel, '43 Frank Hays, '43 Richard Hicks, '43 Rollo Iacobs, '43 Olaf lacobson, '43 lack Larson, '43 David Robinson, '43 Denver, Colo Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Mayfield, Ky. Denver, Denver, Denver, Colo. Richard Nilsson, '41 Denver, Colo. Iohn Patterson, '41 Littleton, Colo. lack Schulte, '40 Saratoga, N. Y. Marion Scott, '42 Denver, Colo. Clay Shelton, '42 Denver, Colo, Samuel Tamrningo, '4l Denver, Colo. lack Todhunter, '40 Lamar, Colo. Charles Van Sickle, '42 Lamar, Colo. King Whitaker, '42 Denver, Colo. Charles Winkler, '40 Denver, Colo. George Works, '40 Denver, Colo. Rex Young, '42 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Honolulu, Hawaii Delta Sigma Phi N The Delta Sigs spend most of their time hav- ing faculty to dinners, Watching Kappas go to school. Undoubtedly, they have a good time. Francis Mancini, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Delta Phi member, David Proffitt, Sigma Delta Chi, Publications photographer, and William Nies, president, are Worthy Delta Sigs. H15 Top Row: Spence, Barnett, Campbell, Elzi, F. Hanson, O. Hanson, Lusty, Mancini. Second Row: Massard, Nies, O'Day, Peters, Proffitt, Ptacek, Vsfinton. OFFICERS WILLIAM A. NIES . . . President CHARLES I. ELZI . . Secretary DALE C. PETERS . . Vice-President PAUL H. PTACEK . . Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS CHARLES P. BITTER CHARLES A. HUTCHINSON WALTER C. TOPELMAN IULIAN M. BLAIR DAVID W. O'DAY HAROLD A. HOFFMEISTER ACTIVES Robert C. Barnett, '4l William A. Campbell, Charles I. Elzi, '41 Oscar O. Hanson, '41 Leonard I. Loose, '41 Carl D. Lusty, '40 Francis S. Mancini, '40 Frank E. Massard, '41 William A. Nies, '41 Iames Beavers, '40 Robert Bowers, '41 Larry Danes, '41 Henry Frause, '40 Maurice Giboney, '43 Page 235 '4 New York, N. Y. Steamboat Spr., Colo. Erie, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Lakewood, Colo. Evanston, Wyo. Denver, Colo. Salida, Colo. Erie, Colo. Huqo, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Louisville, Colo. Louisville, Colo. Hayden, Colo. PLEDGES Fred T. O'Day, '40 Dale C. Peters, '41 David C. Proffitt, '41 Paul H. Ptacek, '40 Iohn L. Schmalzried, '42 Verl Stuart, '40 Neil C. Threlkeld, '41 Iack M. Winton, '41 Donald Good, '42 Gordon Hansen Fred Hanson, Willford Erie, Colo. Charleston, lll. Washington, D. C. Denver, Colo. Victor, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Broomfield, Colo. Denver, Colo. The Delt house rooms and boards sixty Dale Carneqies. The Delts have a cup to prove their success, also twenty-tive Delta Gammas at the Winter formal, which may or may not be a sign of success. Anyway, they go to school, have athletes, and Wear Delta Tau Delta .af ,.-7 A .. f gf-.l.a!. 1 -' 1 ,' fx I 5 ,fl , J 2: xg' I I' if 7 ,f -L .sykd ties rush-week. Leadinq Delts include: Bob Boatwright, A. S. U. C. vice-president, Larry Prouty, A. S. U. C. dance commis- sioner, Lex Quarnberq, A. S. U. C. and foot- ball end, Leo Stasica, all-conference half- backg and eight football lettermen. -3 f QYL 5' aft 1" env' 1, W L 'S' .il Sl T' I 'Qi - Top Row: Mrs. C. H. Ladd, Archibald. D. Atkinson, I. Atkinson, Barris, Bennion, Boatwright, Boost, Boyd, Carroll. Second Row: Christopher, Coburn, Crowe, Dickinson, Duffy, Dunn, Hagg, Harsch, Hawley, I-leuston, Third Row: l-liester, Hotkensmith, Iohnson, Kindall, Kistler, McMeel, Martin, E. Maul, B. Maul, Moynihan. Fourth Row: Naqoda, Prouty, Quarnberg, Reeves, Reilley, I. Rich, P. Rich, Rowe, Shockey, Fifth How: Spangler, Stasica, B. Stevens, R. Stevens, Vote, Wehrli, Whipple, Winters. DAVID ATKINSON LAWRENCE PROUTY . IOI-IN M. BYRNE CARL C. ECKHARDT David Atkinson, '40 Iames Atkinson, '41 Donald Barris, '42 Ben Bennion, '42 Robert Boatwright, '41 Ft. Collins, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Iohn Boland, '40 Rapid City, S. Dak. Berlin Boyd, '41 Robert Boyd, '40 lack Broady, '40 Phillip S. Cabibi, '41 Richard Christopher, '42 Boulder, Colo. Iohn Edward Curtan, '41 Louisville, Colo. Denver, Colo. Park Ridge, Ill. Longmont, Colo. Bismarck, N. Dak. Bismarck, N. Dak. Grand Iunction, Colo. Pueblo. Colo. Ben Duify, '41 Kern I-Iagq, '42 errin Harsch, '40 lenn Archibald, '43 rank Bacheller, '43 ohn Becker, '43 lbert Boost, '43 illiam Carroll, '43 lan Coburn, '43 tanley Crowe, '43 ohn Dickinson, '43 onald Dunn, '42 Boulder, Colo. Casper. I1Vyo. Pittsburgh, Pa. Moline, Ill. Crown Point, Ind. Deadwood, S. Dak. Amarillo, Texas Denver, Colo. Dodge City, Kans. Page 237 OFFICERS . President ROBERT MAUL Vice-President FRANK WEINLE FACULTY MEMBERS VAL. B. FISCHER LOUIS O. QUAM ACTIVES Frank I-Iockensmith, '41 Bartlesville, Okla. Robert lohnson, '40 William G. Kisler, '41 Robert Knous, '42 Vern Lockard, '42 lohn Lovett, '41 Robert Maul, '41 Ioseph McMeel, '42 Robert Nagocla, '42 Loran Myers, '41 Lee Norqren, '40 Lloyd Oliver, '42 Francis Parker, '40 George Perry, '40 Fort Collins, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Saint Frances, Kans. Trinidad, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Chicago, Ill. Greeley, Colo. Brush, Colo. Greeley, Colo. Deadwood, S. Dak. Sheridan, Wyo. PLEDGES Robert Hawley, '43 William I-leuston, '43 Robert Hiester, '43 Ralph Hill, '43 Lee Kindall, '43 Richard Kraschel, '43 William Lessen, '43 lay Martin, '43 Dick Merrill, '43 Trinidad, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Albuquerque, N. Mex. Oakland, Calif. Harlan, Iowa Denver, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. . Secretary . Treasurer ROBERT RATHBUN WARREN O. THOMPSON Denver, Colo. Rapid City, S. Dak Denver, Colo. Laurence Prouty, '40 Paul A. Ouarnberg, '40 William Q. Reeves, '40 Lawrence Reilly, '41 Baytown, Iohn Rich, '41 Hartford, lames Sanders, '42 Amarillo Everett Shockey, '40 Leo Stasica, '41 Robert Stevens, '4l. Rodney Stevens, '42 Ray Thompson, '40 Thomas Trollope, Frank Weinle, Robert Robert Pacitist sentiments won Kappa Sigs the Homecoming decorations prize, a strong bank account won them a new house. Since rush-week new pledges have been dropping in quite regularly. Kappa Sig Kappa Sigma -.:.f'. -Ad ' ,- If' , I. U s ,- "' p t, , -' .- y , ji? ' Y- v:5f " I winners include Clyde Swett, Tau Beta, Sigma Tau, Morris Petersen, Sigma Tau, Loren Creese, football tackle, Dominic Cesario, Rhythm Circus director, Ed Seid- ensticker, COLORADAN sub-editor. r 1 A :sn Top Row: Bragg, Bristol, Creese, Eckstein, Graham, Greenwood, Haddon, Hyder. Second Row: Keithley, Kelley, Long, Likens, Livesay, McElroy, Nash, Newcomb. Third Row: Ozment, Petersen, Price, Roche, Roup, Schuster, E. Seidensticker, W. Seidensticker. Fourth Row: Swett, Timpte, Ullstrom, Wagner, Welter, D. Williams, R. Williams, Woodworth. OFFICERS IAMES LIVESAY . . . President LEWIS NEWCOMB . . Secretary BERT BASS . . . Vice-President MAURICE PETERSON . . Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS CLIFFORD G. HOUSTON WILLIAM H. SLATON HOMER C. WASHBURN DON C. SOWERS ACTIVES Bert Bass, '41 Eaton, Colo. Giles Keithley, '41 Peoria, Ill. Russell Schlosser, '41 Gerry, Nebr George Bragg, '41 Dale Bristol, '41 Willard Caton, '41 Dominic Cesarto, '40 Loren Creese, '41 Miles Fraizer, '42 Hugh Graham, '41 Earl Carr, '43 lohn Cramer, '43 Barry Greenwood, '43 Harold Haddon, '43 Hugh Hyder, '43 Corwin Likens, '43 lames McElroy, '43 Page 239 Longmont, Colo. Custer, S. Dak. Crede, Colo. Trinidad, Colo. Longmont, Colo. Oak Park, Ill. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Yampa, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Center, Colo. Orlando, Fla. Clyde Kelly, '41 Iames Livesay, '40 Clarence Long, '40 Harold McKenna, '41 Henry Nash, '41 Lewis Newcomb, '41 Maurice Petersen, '41 Mark Roup, '42 William Marcus, '43 Willis Sherman Moss, '42 Herbert O'Hanlon, '41 Emerson Ozment, '42 David Polhemus, '42 Richard Price, '43 Daniel Roche, '43 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Monte Vista, Colo. Denver, Colo. Honolulu, T. H. Melba, Idaho Longmont, Colo. Yampa, Colo. PLEDGES Denver, Colo. Grand Iunction, Colo. Brooklyn, N. Y. Wlieatridge, Colo. Lamar, Colo. Deertrail, Colo. Denver, Colo. Melvin Schuster, '41 Denver, Colo Edward Seidensticker, '42 Castle Rock William Seidensticker, Clyde Swett, '40 Laurance Trulove, '41 David Williams, '41 Robert Williams, '41 lohn Smith Carroll Floyd Iohn Leo W Hugh '42 Castle Rock Denver, Phi Delta Theta S-fer e ., ,,-1-.r.,Q-:Pair-5, 1. , f ff--1 1, .Y. K me 4- .,.,.! iv' w 4. t it ,r as 1 .JSE-S' ' ' 1i':'::j.f7F':5f"J' - 1 ' -ltr, -5 . FP A g , ,.5?.,ji,,g- U ,Eqeji -J.-W -' -, its Q ' v -P - - .' L .f ' 1' M " - ' if , X , ' , .. ,4 f tf'i'ff5?11f'l ' ' e -rw A i ' , 1 i , -'1 -- w g'-P -3-.3 L fi . 1 -55-li Nga. Lia!-'fl - ,REU it 'egt gtf ffv it 1. 1 V3 '-v'!vf- . ' ,ff N' V3 Q LQ!"-'ifgf' oi mwgflf-t,1.,, - . .. it , . Jil inf' -' age:-f-it x pg' r -,u.1 ,. "if 7 ,,,. ,.-1 .,il.'1.,e::s .,25qv3frg' W' " 'EM W - my 5 1' -- aw ,Q-lf: -. P' wl lili'-1f":1' -- a'-iii it hh .1 I gsxfv 34 4,1 q'lgT?kg,q,Q3,s1,f,gQ, :,,,.!wLb,Ji:! Phi Delis again spent fall quarter messing up the Beta mansion with their prize eggs C1936 modell. Other months found l-larry' Claussen's brain modeling house decora- tions for l-lomecomingy Sidney Bruce and ' " s :-my 1 ' we '1 1-' is 9' s-,fi ..2 LL ,:,w.-1 L- L,-5-'ggy 11 ... .-.ua ,-g1f,',,f . ":' -I . au ..'-1, v V- ul ':. .:lAvv4-'-' A -. - .- , ':-- inf 1' v fk ix'11"Xf -. ?f'f"1v-Q J1.""4-.f"74'I-,.E.", 5- - . 1,3 , wr- 1' 1 v . . 1.1 - ,.!'L,1N'..,igv,. -4.x-. Q,-" - if "' erepxyfi. -..t': Q .' ,L wiv- -: A-lf: H.-X:.,,.,.. 'wa A-"ti, has .zgs ,. , -.YP -:rx -fs Us?-we-qf.,2:351f3WSW! fi 'ffm--:I '-nw 'A kt .t1':3223'2QZ1+QxZt f?f""1i. 'R'S3f -" f " Wy 'f ' .W A T LV - -in - ......Y..-'.-.Lag 3 ' , . .- .,.1,.,,,-.+i u Ilaglgqcjfxzklvav-. , we-Q. - Eric Boorman, big in engineering and bus- inessg lay Combs, Bill Puett, Eric Boorman, Walt Hamilton, and Bud Arnold big in sports. Top Row: Adler, Allison, Doe, Balleisen, Boorman, Bruce, Carlin, Claussen, Combs. Second How: Downing, Draper, Eaton, Emery, Fisher, Forney, Gaunt, Gilchrist, Griffith. Third Row: Hodges, Holmes, Hyde, Leh, Lenzini, Lowe, McCormick, McDonald, Mills. Bottom Row: Milne, Nichols, Puett, Rodney, Sax, Stewari, Walls, Woodard. OFFICERS SIDNEY C. BRUCE . .... President HERBERT R. SMITH . . Secretary HARRY F. CLAUSSEN . LIVINGSTONE FERRIS lames Addison Adams, '43 Denver, Colo. Robert R. Adams, '42 Webster C. Allison, '41 Christian K. Arnold, '41 lack W. Ball, '41 William E. Barbour, '43 Allen A. Bliss, '40 Erie V. Boorman, '4l Sidney C. Bruce, '40 Charles I. Carlin, '40 Harry F. Claussen, '40 Kenneth T. Colwell, '40 Wallace A. deBeque, '43 Eaton H. Draper, '40 Iohn M. Eaton, '42 Richard L. Adler, '42 William H. Bigum, '43 William Garbanati, '42 Robert R. Downing, '42 Robert E. Hepplewhite, '43 Richard H. Hodges, '43 Page 241 Denver, Colo. Monte Vista, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Evanston, Ill. Grand Iunction, Colo. Springville, Utah Durango, Colo. loliet, Ill. Carbondale, Colo. Windsor, Colo. Carbondale, Colo. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Ioliet, Ill. Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS HOWARD FISHER FRANK PCTTS ACTIVES Wilson B. Emery, '41 Howard Fisher, Grad. Iohn L. Forney, '41 Ellis Gilchrist, '41 Benjamin T. Griffith, '42 F. Richard Hite, Law Kendall W. Holmes, '40 William H. Hyde, '42 Marcus C. Leh, '41 Michael G. Lenzini, '43 David L. Lonsdale, '41 Iohn W. Lowe, '41 Fred E. Luhnow, '40 Ralph G. McFann, Law H. Archie McKeever, '41 Casper, Wyo. Pueblo, Colo. DEAN MAURICE H. REES lack E. Maier, '41 Merlin H. Mills, '42 Glenwood Springs, Colo.Howard A. Milne, '4l Silver City, N. Mex. Durango, Colo. Longmont, Colo. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Sterling, Colo. Walsenburg, Colo. Denver, Colo. Grand Iunction, Colo. New York, N. Y. Denver, Colo. Norwood, Colo. PLEDGES Richard I. Hutton, '43 Glenwood Springs, Colo. lohn W. Landrum, '43 Durango, Colo. Durango, Colo. Wolsenburg, Colo. Topeka, Kans. Iohn H. Lescher, '41 lames L. Lewis, '42 Iohn L. Lightburn, '43 Kenneth I. McCormick, '42 Denver, Colo. Sterling, Colo. Elgin, Ill. Cheyenne, Wyo. Denver, Colo. Durango, Colo. William L. Puett, '41 Henry M. Rodney, '42 Longmont, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Grand Iunction, Colo Mancos, Colo. Spokane, Wash. Frank S. Rose, '41 lacob A. Sax, '41 Fredrick W. Siebott, '42 Herbert R. Smith, '41 Charles H. Stewart, '41 Charles W. Thomas, '41 lake E. Ward, Sp. William H. Wear, Iohn A. Grand Iunction, Grand Grand hi Gamma Delta In 1912, the Fijis invaded Boulder and took over "Fort Gam". Since 1912, they have been co11ecting cups, quite a few p1edges, and Beta scalps. Eighteen Pijis optimistic- a11y hope to be graduated in 1940. Among these are Don Thurman, A. S. U. C., Heart and Dagger, De1ta Sigma Pi, and basket- ba11 star guard, Marty Bri11, Suma1ia, toot- ba11 tackleg Nick Petry, C. U. Day commit- tee heady Paul Cope, champion hurdlerp Iustin Card, Scimitar, football guard, Max Morton, Delta Sigma Pi, Suma1ia, and pub- iication man. VLADIE ,gre- vvv on "'f' YA? W: Q lr , V ,J .lr I Q' np., 'CI A Q! mfg' 915 I E' J ' "' - ' 'sv ' ' L' ' -.. T Z4 IS' -1+ Q , 'CY 'Y 3?-w fis- vvvspw-1 - 1? Top Row: Bonham, Brill, Card, Chenburg, Coe, Cope, Crompton, Davies, Decker, Dyde. Second Row: Ephland, Geiger, Gunning, I. Hall, S. Hall, W. Hall, Heitzler, Hickman, Hoover, Harner. Third Row: Kirchner, Klett, Levy, McCleary, McC1usky, Mason, Morton, Peck, Petry, Phillips. Fourlh How: Rockwell, Pietenpol, Sackmann, Sanders, Sayre, Shakeshaftu D. Strain, G. Strain, E. Strain. Filth Row: Tempest, Thurman, VanV1eet, Viney, Vining, Ward, Wilson, Woodruff. MAX T. MORTON IUSTIN R. CARD . DR. CHARLES F. POE DR. STUART CUTHBERTSON WALTER B. FRANKLIN Robert Bonham, '40 Richard Boyle, '42 Wm. Thomas Brinton, I. Marty Brill, '40 Iustin Card, '40 Marlin Chenburg, '40 Harvey Click, '42 Paul Cope, '40 Laurence Creaghe, '42 Stanton W. Davies, '40 Robert B. Decker, '42 Icrmes F. Dyde, '42 Bill F. Pimple, '41 Iohn P. Geiger, '41 Donald H. Gunning, '41 Iohn K. Hall, '40 Robert F. Bessee, '43 Harry E. Coe, '41 B. G. Cox, '43 Iack S. Creaghe, '43 William I. Crompton, '43 Russell K. Ephland, '43 Bernard I. Fitzgerald, '43 Richard D. Gray, '43 Page 243 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Trinidad, Colo. Mission, Texas Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Oklahoma City, Okla. Lamar, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. La Iunta, Colo. Longmont, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver. Colo. Springfield, Ill. Billings, Mont. Lamar. Colo. Fort Collins, Colo. Billings, Mont. Denver, Colo. Greeley, Colo. OFFICERS . President NICHOLAS R. PETRY . Treasurer SAM S. HOOVER . FACULTY MEMBERS KARL K. HULLEY DR. FRANK R. SPENCER, M. D. ACTIVES Wesley H. Hall, '40 Elmer W. Horner, '40 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Henry Heitzler, '42 Grand Iunction, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Iim O. Hickman, '42 Sam S. Hoover, '41 Sam A. Levy, '40 Paul V. McClung, '42 Iohn I. McKee, '40 Las Vegas, N. Mex. Daniel L. Macey, '42 Denver, Colo. George W. Madsen, '40 Denver, Colo. George T. Mason, '42 Denver, Colo. Max T. Morton, '40 Pueblo, Colo. W. Scott Payne, '39 Denver, Colo. I. Haddon Peck, '42 St. Francis, Kans. Nicholas R. Petry, '40 Denver, Colo. PLEDGES Iames Irwin, '43 Sheridan, Wyo. Robert M. Kirchner, '43 Topeka, Kans. Richard C. Klett, '41 Caddoa, Colo. E. Raymond McCleary, '43 Denver, Colo. Bob R. McClusky, '43 La Iunia, Colo. Pat H. Munro, '43 Denver, Colo. Iack B. Phillips, '43 Denver, Colo. Wm. I. Pietenpol, '43 Boulder, Colo. . Recording Secretary . Corresponding Secretary DR. O. M. GILBERT, M D LESLIE F. ROBBINS DONALD K. SMITH Wilbur M. Pryor, '39 Pueblo Colo Arthur T. Ratcliffe, '40 Terre Haute Ind George B. Rice, '38 Denver Colo Norman P. Rockwell 42 Denver Walter Ruddy, '41 D William A. Sackmann 41 William H. Sanders, 42 Carl W. Strain, '42 Earl C. Strain, '41 George L. Strain, '38 Donald 40 Wayne L. Van Howard E. George Carroll I. ,fn if? IWW' rs- Phi Kappa Psi , -.fly ll , " 'nan -, ' 'f'w'bPilU .. .-Q - Phi Kappa Psi, still mourning the loss of such seli-made men as Carlson and Cross, has gone east to Kansas and basketball. Prominent men in the perennial ieud be- tween the Engineers and the rest oi the house are: "Dapper" lack Cuming, Tau Beta Pi and Pi Tau Sigma, Stan Applegate, "Colorado Engineer" Editor and Sigma Tau, Howard Piper, Sigma Tau and "Silver and Gold", Chuck l-leeb and Morgan Davidson in football, and Paul Schmidt, Gene Grove, Leason McCloud, and Bill Gates. 2' 'Q' Q kr 'E' 1 if T' 'E Top Row: Applegate, Bush, Clarke, B. Dobbs, R. Dobbs, Dukes, Gardiner, Layher. Second Row: Liedike, Kincaid, Knapp. Carpenter, I, O'Rourke, P. O'Rourke, Pope, Rogers. Third Row: Sisson, Sloan, Steele, Stenback, Stong, Timm, Varner, Vtlright. OFFICERS WILLIAM R. SISSON ..... President PAUL C. DUKES . . . Vice-President IOHN O, PARKER . Treasurer-House Manager ACTIVES Stanley Applegate, '40 Everette Bush, '42 Charles Carpenter, '40 Iohn G. Cuming, '41 Morgan W. Davidson, '42 Paul C. Dukes, '41 Robert I. Enochs, Law C. Shelton, Enochs, Law Charles R. Flower, '40 William Gardiner, '41 Raymond Baker, '43 Hershel Bennett, '43 Walter Robb Blair, '43 Walter Albert Brandt, '43 Iohn Phillip Burr, '43 Severin Buschmann, '43 William Cates, '41 Kenton Harper Clarke, '43 Hinsdale, lll. William E. Cohenour, '43 Albuquerque, N. Mex. Page 245 Arriba, Colo. Melvin G. Gelwicks, '40 Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Charles George, '41 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Claude Gerbase, '40 Denver, Colo. Gene I. Grove, '42 Wilbur Halldorson, '40 William M. Kincaid, '42 Richard Law, '41 Franklin Layher, '42 E. V. Mullins, '41 lohn B. O'Rourke, '41 Brooklyn, N. Y. Cheyenne, Wyo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. La Veta, Colo. Mescalero, N. Mex. Colorado Springs Mescalero, N. Mex. Otis, Colo. Bayard, Nebr. Arcata, Calif. Long Beach, Calif. Durango, Colo. PLEDGES Denver, Colo. Roy L. Dobbs, '42 Louviers, Colo. Steamboat Springs, Colo. William F. Dobbs, '43 Louviers, Colo. Denver, Colo. A. Holmes Empson, lr., '42 Neosho, Mo. Newton, Kans. Russell Evans, '43 Emerson, Iowa Hinsdale, Ill. Wilbur Dennis Ford, '42 Hutchinson, Kans Beverly I. Hedemarlc, '42 Honolulu, Hawaii Charles Heeb, '42 Lealand M, Knapp, '43 lack H. Liedike, '42 Indianapolis, Incl. Hutchinson, Kans. Wiggins, Colo. Casper, Wyo. Denver, Colo. Hutchinson, Kans. Colo. Philip O'Rourke, '42 Iohn O. Parker, '41 Marvin H. Pope, '41 Tim 1. Rogers, '40 Paul Schmidt, '42 William R. Sisson, '41 Wm. W. Sloan, Ir., '42 Durango, Colo. Denver, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Colorado Springs, Newton, Kaus. La lunta, Colo. Hayden, Colo. Colo Vernon H. Timm, '42 Weston Wolcott, '41 George E. Wright, '42 Arthur Leason Paul Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. La Iunta, NL. Phi Kappa Tau .-' fi1.'92"e .. - 0 mn A tilt-Ji-qvig 1 AJYY, if ' W With rearet, Phi Taus bid adieu to Russell "Senator" Turner, Freddie "Gay Doa" Fen- ger, Norman "Smootch" l-lotchkiss. These Phi Taus are not, miraculously, enaineersg most Tau boys are. Varsity men on the chapter rolls include Scotty Putman, Bob Coulter, Dick Emery, and Paul Yewell, lack Gravestoclc, assistant lousiness manaqer oi the COLORADAM lames Wood, Bill Rich- ardson, Iunior Prorn Committee. inhibit ei, 5039 uw fp YT, Top Row: Anderson, Brown, Emery, Grcrul, Gravestock, Grigs, Hotchkiss, Iennings. Second How: Kennedy, Peterson, Putman, Richardson, Slusser, I. Turner, R. Turner. Third Row: Weichbrodt, Wilmore, Wood, Wright. OFFICERS RUSSELL TURNER . . . President IOHN RACKAWAY . . . Secretary HUBERT COIT . . . Vice-President NORMAN HOTCHKISS . . Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS N. A. AGAPETUS EDISON O'CONNELL ACTIVES W'illiarn Bradley, '41 Chicago, Ill. Clyde Kennedy, '41 Las Animas, Colo. Wilbur Brown, '41 Denver, Colo. Scotty Putman, '42 Ardmore, Okla. Robert C. Clark, '42 San Clemente, Calif. Iohn Rackaway, '40 Mt. Vernon, Ill. Hubert A. Coit, '40 Columbia, S. C. Iohn Richert, '40 La Iunta, Colo. Robert Crispin, '40 Denver, Colo. Rupert Ryan, '42 Kansas City, Kans. Louis Degen, '40 Aurora, Colo. lerry Turner, '41 Nunn, Colo. Richard Emery, '42 Arriba, Colo. Russell Turner, '40 Nunn, Colo. Fred Fenger, '41 Chicago, Ill. Don Walsh, '42 Denver, Colo. Vernon Fey, '40 Craig, Colo. Iames Wood, '42 Granada, Colo. lames Gardiner, '42 Colorado Springs, Colo. Raymond Wright, '40 Grand Iunction, lack Gravestock, '42 Denver, Colo. George Youngclcrus, '42 Boulder, Colo. Calvin Hotchkiss, '40 Houston, Texas Gordon Youngclaus, '41 Boulder, Norman Hotchkiss, '40 Grand Iunction, Colo. Paul Youngclaus, '40 Boulder PLEDGES William Anderson, '42 Denver, Colo. Halbert Miller, '43 Gene Church, '42 Lamar, Colo. Chapman Rackaway Robert Coulter, '42 Florence, Colo. William Richardson, Robert Graul, '43 Denver, Colo. Henry Schall, '43 Horace Hawkins, '42 Sedalia, Colo. Gene Slusser '43 Hugh Ienninqs, '42 Denver, Colo. Harold W Robert Kratville, '43 Denver, Colo. Kenneth Charles Leppla, '43 Denver, Colo. Donald Wyke, William McConnell, '43 Denver, Colo. Page 247 Phi Sigs, awarded National Achievement Cup by their national, will tell you all about it. Up Fourteenth, first house on the right. Beware of Romeo, cow-like mascot. His doa-house includes the University. You Phi Sigma Delta I ,.T,E4 B , wk, lu i flhm, X , t t Mt Nllinllwmln i-7 A trlwlllvilllltwimrx U. ttq. .N will meet "Prince" l-lendler, baseball star, Alvin Lichtenstein, lnteriraternity Council Vice-President, Nat Sachter, "Silver and Gold" sports editor, Sid Erneson, Adelphi, Phi Epsilon Phi, Peace Council. 6.2, T '2- li' Y' A G w RU' Top Row: Mrs. L. Abercrombie, Alpert, Berenbaum, Berenbeim, Bloom, Cook, Dinner, Dubin, Dupler. 'Z if 'G- 1 1 Second Row: S. A. Emeson, S. E. Emeson, Feldman, Goldstein, Goalstone, Gordon, Hayutin, Hellerstein, Hendler. Third Row: l-lersliey, Kadish, Karsh, Kurland, Lerner, Leventhal, Lichtenstein, Melnick, Perlmutter. Fourth Row: H. Quial, M. Ouiat, Robinson, Rosenberg, Rosenblum, Rothberq, N. Sachter, F. Saliman. Fifth How: P. Saliman, Seernan, Silver, Tepper, Wolfson, M. Saliman. OFFICERS ALVIN LICHTENSTEIN . . . President BERNARD ROSENBERG . SIDNEY EMESON ..... Vice-President NAT SACHTER . . FACULTY MEMBERS . Secretary . Treasurer DR. GERALD M. FRUMESS DR. RUEBEN GUSTAVSON DR. HERMAN I. LAFF DR. WILLIAM L. LERBER ACTIVES Arnold Alpert, '41 Denver, Colo. Anthony M. Kurland, '41 'Zel Berenbaurn, '42 Denver, Colo. A. D. Lichtenstein, '39 Law Harold V. Cook, '41 Denver, Colo. lack H. Perlmutter, '41 Sidney E. Dinner, '40 Greeley, Colo. Harold Quiat, '41 Frank l. Dubin, '40 Denver, Colo. Gerald Rosenblum, '40 Sidney A. Erneson, '40 Denver, Colo. Bernard Rosenberg, '42 Stanley E. Erneson, '42 Denver, Colo. Paul D. Sachter, '42 Herman Feldman, '42 Denver, Colo. Nat S. Sachter, '40 Gilbert Goldstein, '40 Denver, Colo. Fdqar Seeman, '41 Irwin Hendler, '41 Denver, Colo. William Silver, '42 Harvey A. Kadish, '41 Boulder, Colo. PLEDGES Abe Berenbeim, '43 Denver, Colo. lay Melnick, '43 Paul Dupler, '42 Brooklyn, N. Y. Marshall Quiat, '43 Bertrand Gordon, '43 Alamosa, Colo. Henry Robinson, '43 Arthur Hayutin, '43 Denver, Colo. Robert Rothberq, '43 Herbert Hershey, '43 Denver, Colo. Floyd F. Saliman, ' Marvin Hellerstein, '43 Denver, Colo. Maurice Saliman, Frank Karsh, '43 Denver, Colo. Paul Saliman, '43 lack Lerner, '42 Denver, Colo. Gene Tepper, '43 Harold Leventhal, '43 Denver, Colo. Albert Wolfson, Murray Mellicker, '43 Denver, Colo. Page 249 Denver, Colo. Alamosa, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Sheyenne, Wyo. Denver Colo Pueblo, Denver, Denver Pi Kappa Alpha, Boulder's original Coun- try Club, in its quiet surroundings is a ha- ven tor study, recreation and inquisitive chaperones. Pi Kaps lived through rush Week, elected Dodson lntertrat prexy, and are now resting on their laurels which in- Pi Kappa Alpha iii: A92 iff! my PQ clude such personalities as Hendricks the hoopster, Max and Harold Punches, and Gorden Learned, fraternity athletes Who play for the University. The Pi Kaps hold the lnterfraternity Council All-Participation trophy for 1939-40. cg tee. sa- !" I Q-.1 ' 21:1 Qin QQ, 1, 153 33 rr '22 ws' i ll -it-1 5 ..:,. rl Qual. 3... X11 CS Top Row: Mrs. Lillian Kemp, Barth, Beach, Beck, Barry, Bowman, Bryant, Case, Clark, Claycomb, Collier. Second How: C. Condon, I. Condon, Cowden, Dodson, Doyle, Dunn, Ellington, Fagan, Gardner, Gleason, Hammock Third Row: Hardesty, Harrison, Hart, Herzberger, Hobbs, Holman, lmrnel, Iohnston, lorden, Learned, Lombardi Fourth Row: Loverinq, Mann, McDonald, Pick, Prockter, H. Punches, M. Punches, Radford, Roberts, Rost. Bottom Row: Schauermann, Shaw, Smith, Spangler, Vaughan, Waynick, 'W'arneke, Wickell, Williams. STANLEY L. DODSON . ROBERT BRYANT . . E. H. CRAMER Iohn Alderman, '43 Robert Anderson, '40 Donald Barry, '4l Lewis Beck, '41 Robert Bowman, '41 Robert Bryant, '41 Douglas Case, '41 Benjamin T. Clark, '40 Donald Claycomb, '42 William G. Cline, '40 I. P. Collier, '40 Charles Condon, '40 Iack Condon, '40 Iames Cowden, '41 Stanley L. Dodson, '40 Paul Dunn, '42 Rey T. Ellington, '43 Lovilo Fagan, '41 Richard Gardner, '40 Paul W. Gardner, '41 Iames Garrett, '41 George Gleason, '41 Donald Bell, '43 Ioe Byrne, '42 Iohn Doyle, '43 Iohn Folawn, '43 Elwood Hawkins, '43 Page 251 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Cedar Rapids, Iowa Denver, Colo. Lovell, Wyo. Denver, Colo. Fraser, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Roswell, N. Mex. Leadville, Colo. Leadville, Colo. Silt, Colo. Silt, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Gunnison, Colo. Berthoud, Colo. Glenwood Springs, Colo. Yuma, Colo. Silver Plume, Colo. Montrose, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. OFFICERS . . President FRANK P. RADFORD . Secretary . Vice-President PAUL GARDNER . Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS MARTIN F. SCHMIDT ACTIVES Charles F. Garwood, '42 Robert Grum, '42 Iohn Harclesty, '42 Hal Harrison, '41 Glen Hedgecock, '43 Donn Hendricks, '40 lames Herzberger, '40 Ioe Hobbs, '41 Robert Holman, '43 Robert Howlett, '42 lohn Immel, '40 Robert Inman, '41 Lloyd Iohnson, '40 Henry Iohnson, '40 Iarrad Iones, '41 Gorden Learned, '42 Iames Lombardi, '42 George Lovering, '40 Robert Mann, '43 Lawrence Pick, '40 Iames T. Paulantis, '42 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Berthoud, Colo. La Iunta, Colo. Denver, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Denver, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Golden, Colo. Denver, Colo. La Iunta, Colo. Denver, Colo. Avondale, Colo. Basin, Wyo. Denver, Colo, Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. La Iunta, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. Albuquerque, N. Mex. PLEDGES Paul Russell Gardner, '43 William Hart, '42 Louis Howlett, '43 Robert Iordan, '43 lohn Kerr, '43 Denver, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Golden, Colo. Denver, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. E. E. WAHLSTROM Walter Prockter, '41 Harold Punches, '41 Max Punches, '41 Randolph Reese, '40 Frank P. Radford, '41 William Roberts, '43 Wilbur Rocchio, '40 lack Rooney, '40 David Shaw, '40 Dan Smith, '40 Wayne Smith, '40 Harold Spangler, '41 Robert Starke, '42 Arnold Steele, '41 Dwight Steele, '40 d Kendall Maynar Charles Paul Sig Alphs, on University I-lill, have a com- manding view of the Pi Phis, sometimes get dates with them. Among the boys in the big pink house are Ed Naylor, Sigma Tau ma Alpha Epsilon President, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Pogy Stoner, band-leaderp Ray lenkins, outstand- ing iullbackg George Hamburg, basketball guard, lack Harvey, all-American center. ? K 7? Y-3 3 .4 if Top Row: Bashore, Biegel, Boyd, Brawner, Brown, Bucknam, Burkhardt, Butterfield, Daniel, Dorsey. Second Row: Dyrenforth, Ewing, Fischer, Garst, Gay, Gernrnill, Grabow, Hamburg, Hanks, Hardin. Third Row: Harvey, leep, Iohnson, Iones, Kreidler, Lambert, Lane, Lay, Law, McGrayel. Fourth Row: McKee, Musgrove, Naylor, O'Brien, Parker, Ray, Rienks, Frank, Seeton, Selby. Filth Row: Steinhauer, Stout, Tillotson, Udick, Wadsworth, Vlfatson, Wheatley, Willcoxon, Youngkin. OFFICERS A ED NAYLOR . . . President HARRY MCGRAYEL ..... Secretary HM WILLCOXON . . Vice-President IAMES LANE . . . Treasurer or Manager FACULTY MEMBERS FOREST COX LAURENCE DE MUTH ELMORE PETERSON PAUL VERN THOMPSON ACTIVES Harry Bashore, '42 Albert Biegel, '41 David Boyd, '41 Douglas Brawner, '41 Godfrey Briggs, '42 Kirby Brown, '40 Ioseph Bucknam, '41 Alfred Burkhardt, '42 Rupert Butterfield, '42 George Criswell, Grad. Olen Daniel, '41 William Darden, Law lohn Dorsey, '41 David Dunklee, Law lames Fenex, '42 Charles Fischer, '40 David Flitner, '40 Scott Frank, '40 Ioseph Garst, '42 Kenneth Gay, '41 Leonard Gemmill, '41 Ray Allen, '43 Richard Bartlett, '43 Harry Brophy, '43 Grant Deming, '43 Arthur Donaldson, '43 Iames Downing, '42 Page 253 Washington, D. C. Denver, Colo. St. Louis, Mo. Golden, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Sedalia, Colo Denver, Colo. Sedalia, Colo Denver Colo. Denver, Colo. Raton, N. Mex. Champaign, Ill. Denver Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Douglas, Wyo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Oshtabula, Ohio Boulder, Colo. Montezuma, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Fred Gessner, '4l Wilbur Grabow, '42 Thomas Green, '40 William Hanks, '42 lack Harvey, '40 lose h Hinds, '42 P Gordon Hungerford, '42 Victor Ieep, '42 Ray lenlcins, '42 George lohnson, '40 Robert lones, '40 Iames Lane, '40 Harry Lay, '42 Herbert LeFevre, '40 Harry McGrayel, '41 Robert McKee, '41 Edward Mitchell, '40 Iohn Musgrave, '42 Edward Naylor, '40 Calvin Newlin, '41 Dysart, Iowa Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Frankfort, Kans. Delta, Colo. Denver, Colo. Telcamah, Nebr. Cheraw, Colo. Grand Island, Nebr. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Niwot, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Beardstown, Ill. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. PLEDGES William Dyrenforth, '43 lohn Gallagher, '43 George Hamburg, '42 Donald Hardin, '43 Robert Hawley, '43 Walter Iorgenson, '43 lohn Kreidler, '43 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Beloit, Karts. Fort Warren, Wyo. Douglas, Wyo. Denver, Colo. lulesburg, Colo. William Bruce Chris O'Brien, '40 Peter Parker, '40 Fred Poole, Law Carl Ray, '42 Ted Reed, '41 George Rienks, '40 Delmer Sanburg, '42 Ross Seeton, '42 Stuart Steinhauer, '41 Otto Stoner, '41 Harold Stout, '42 lack Suttle, '40 Fred Tillotson, '40 Leonard Udiclc, '40 Larry Wadsworth, '42 Robert Wheatley, '40 lames V17 illcoxon, lack Williams, Burke Kenneth Harry Y Eugene Denver, Colo Rock Springs Ames, Iowa Denver, Colo Denver, Colo Denver, Colo Delta, Colo. Denver, Colo Denver, Colo Denver, Colo Portland Denver, CIS Sigma Chi H- .taafwziflilnfffxswix-Z. 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' , -f' ' '- .' 1 55, ffl: '1.s."rf-WU'-11 .t 'HT .- , 1' ' Q-if' 'vm' ' iff-f . , A I -f 1 " fs-N ' 4 ff ' v to-'if Gi-- gifl.-" 4-152 "1 -. -n: ': - .. " ' " ' B ' L' E . - ' , J - ' -' ' - ' :fig Q -if ' f-.- :-' f ,-,, - , -gr.-ie-.Q-.,--. f f , :LV -j,......g.:gge,t,,-.,.1,'.:-' ---- , .:..:-gjj' .L I is Yi : ,rlhx s v. Q -QTL ff- it s e 3'. ' i'!" L'., .K 2 Jr+Q4Q?5ieere'.f ' A A Sigma Chis pledged twenty-five men rush Week. Recovering from this strenuous ac- complishment, and installing new piping in their house, they took lite easy, enjoyed college. Then came the South Sea Island dance. Big names are: Harold "Monk' Saunders, golf-champion and all-confer ence end, Tom Dalby, Chi Epsilon presi- dent, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Earle Dera- lon, Sigma Tau and A. S. U. C. member. I up 1 vi- gg y 'EIU' ...ff Qt za es:-., A N. 'D' Q-74 I' Top Row: Mrs. Spratt, Alexander, Allison, Beck, Butcher, Campbell, D. Cowgtll, Crites. Second Row: Devalon, Drescher, Ellwood, Fredricks, Garriqan, I-ledde, Hopkins, Hulac. Third Row: lngales, Kali, Mayer, Mock, Neff, Pugh, Saunders. Fourth Row: Schobe, Stancil, Tabor, West. Vfoodbury. OFFICERS EVERETT SEARS . . . President WILLIAM O'GRADY ..... Treasurer FLOYD PLEASANT . . Vice-President TERRY COGHLAN . . Corresponding Secretary RICHARD VERTREES . . Secretary IAMES NORRIS .... Historian Benjamin Allison. '40 Robert Ayer, '40 Calvin Bosin, '41 Willard Brockway, '41 Bert Butcher, '40 lames Campbell, '40 Duncan Cameron, '42 loseph Cowgill, '41 Sayre Cultra, '40 Thomas Dalby, '40 Earl Devalon, '41 Royal Donnen, '42 William Drescher, '40 Vincent Ellwood, '41 Houston Alexander, '43 Terrel Clarke, '42 Terry Coghlan, '42 Glenn Cooper, '43 Melvin Crites, '43 Richard Dawson, '43 lames Dorris, '43 Robert Fleming, '42 Frank Garrigan, '43 Page 255 Denver, Lead, S. Boulder, Boulder, Denver, Denver, Colo. Dak. Colo Colo, Colo. Colo. Boulder, Colo Boulder, Colo La Grange, lll. Wellington, Colo. Denver, Colo. Fort Morgan, Colo. Craig, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. La Grange, Ill. Whitehall, Mont. Vernel, Utah Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Norfolk, Nebr. Golden, Colo. Belvidere, lll. FACULTY MEMBER WALDO E. BROCKWAY ACTIVES Robert Etter, '42 Edmund Ford, '42 lohn Fredericks, '42 Edwin Goudge, '42 Charles l-lindes, '40 lohn Hinshaw, '42 Horace Holmes, '39 Law Iohn Hopkins, '42 lames Ingles, '40 Albert Kaff, '42 William McClure, '40 loseph Massey, '39 Law Iohn Mayer, '42 William O'Grady, '42 Loveland, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Walsenberg, Colo. Gering, Nebr. Arcadia, Calif. Douglas, Ariz. Tioga, Colo. Atchison, Kans. Pueblo. Colo, Colorado Springs, Denver, Colo. New York, N. Y. PLEDGES lack Godwin, '43 Gates Gooding, '43 lulius Harreck, '42 lohn Hedde, '42 Clyde Leach, '42 Iames McKeever, '42 loseph Malcolm, '42 Keith Millen, '43 Boyd Mock, '43 Boulder, Colo. Steamboat, Colo. Craig, Colo. Logansport, Ind. Cheyenne, Wyo. Granada, Colo. Louisville, Colo. Brighton, Colo. Steamboat, Colo. Colo. Robert , l Charles Place, '41 Floyd Pleasant, '42 lohn Pugh, '40 Evanston, Ill. Craig, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Carleton Reed, '39 Harold Saunders, '40 Denver, Colo. Leslie Schobe, '42 Everett Sears, '41 William Stancil, '41 Eugene Taber, '41 Richard Vertrees, '41 Omaha, Nebr Denver Robert Warhover West '4 Frank George ,..f,.V Sigma Nu Siqma Nus came to college for Wine, Wom- en, and sonq-so they told the COLORAD- AN. At any rate, they have a new system whereby people come to college to study, listen to l-ligman, and rush, if it isn't against Epicurean taste. Prominent are William Hitchcock, lunior Prom chairman and Rhythm Circus committee member, Blake Warner and Warren Corbin, Scimitarg Richard Suddath, Rhythm Circus, Adelphig Robert Lunn, Tau Beta Pi, Siqma Tau. Top How: Austin, Corbin, Evans, Davis, Graham, Hawley, Hitchcock, Jensen. Second Row: Iohnston, Kincaid, Lehmer, Lewis, Lunn, Mclntyre. Third Row: Roten, Stewart, Suddath, Thomas. OFFICERS ROBERT AUSTIN . . . President BLAKE WARNER . Secretary REX TOMLINSON . . Vice-President NORMAN IENSEN . Treasurer OLIVER C. LESTER Robert Austin, '40 Warren Corbin, '42 William Davisson, '41 Robert Dexter, '42 William Donnen, '42 Ernest Eaton, '41 Edwin Ellis, '40 Calvin Evans, '40 Edward Graham, '42 Harold Hague, '42 Byron Hart Iames Hickey, '40 Niwot, Colo. Eaton, Colo. Monte Vista, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Fort Morgan, Colo. Eaton, Colo. Manitou, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Fort Collins, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Allen's Park, Colo Canon City, Colo. Wallace Asbury, '42 Boulder, Colo. Edward Baldwin, '43 Lander, Wyo. Douglas Chitwood, '42 Canon City, Colo. Leonard Campbell, '42 Denver, Colo. Page 257 FACULTY MEMBERS MALCOLM C. HYLAN M. E. GARNSEY ACTIVES Howard Higman, Grad. Boulder, Colo. William Hitchcock, '41 W' ray, Colo. Norman Iensen, '41 Dan Kincaid, '42 Billings, Mont. La Veta, Colo. Leighton Kirkpatrick, '42 Walsenburg, Colo, Iohn Labaugh, '40 Philip Lehmer, '42 Iohn Lewis, '40 Robert Lunn, '40 Cooper Malone, '42 Homer Marshall, '41 Boulder, Colo, Torrington, Wyo. Salida, Colo. Denver, Colo. RUSSELL T PURNELL Frank Miller, '42 Fort Collins Colo George Mosley, '41 Colorado Springs Colo Warner Patterson, 40 Fort Morgan Colo Robert Roten, '40 FortColl1ns Colo Richard Suddath, '41 Iacksonville Robert Stewart, '42 Salida Co o David Thomas, '40 Denver Mansur Tinsley, Law Rex Tomlinson, '41 Lake Arthur, N. Mex. Blake Warner, '42 Longmont, Colo. PLEDGES Thomas Davis, '42 Edgar Johnson, '43 Richard Iohnston, '43 Harry Ostrum, '43 Portland, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Denver, Colo. Salida, Colo. Edward Watson, Kenneth Q ,NE Q Sig Eps again fought the Phi Cfams in the Dog and Badger tradition, again Won intra- mural championships tif the Betas didn'tD, and again made big noises. This year they turned gentlemen, acquired a housemoth- er. What they Won't do next, they Won't tell you. Outstanding men oi Sigma Phi mv-..,.,h-5 igma Phi Epsilon -fs' ,"' i n Epsilon are: Robert Lang, Tau Beta Pi, l-leart and Dagger, President oi Combined Engineers, Robert Maughan, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, President oi Chemical Engi- neers, Warren Mallory, Sigma Tau, Eta Kappa Nu, Editor oi "Colorado Engineer" 7 Thomas Cfurmatalcis, Scimitar, Sigma Tau. ROBERT LANG . 15319. l j 'if VQQQ. Wx .., QI fre" ml Top Row: Dale, Gallintin, Glaze, Lang. Mauqhan. Second Row: Mallory, Viner, Wagers, Woodruff. OFFICERS . . . . President ROBERT MAUGHAN. . V1cePres1dent JOHN CARR ....... Secretary ,, vu FACULTY MEMBERS WILLIAM REED ARTHUR PAUL DEAN R. G. GUSTAVSON Paul Brown, '42 Iohn Carr, '40 Leigh Gibby, '40 William Gallatin, '40 Jerry Glaze, '42 Thomas Gurmatakis, '41 Warren Henrikson, '40 Paul Hoelsher, '40 William Iohnson, '42 Robert Lang, '42 Warren Mallory, ' 4l Robert Maughan, '40 Ted Bradfield, '42 Ioe Boyce, '43 Marvin Colver, '40 Robert Dale, '43 Rees Davies, '42 Orin Davis, '43 Bruce Fullerton, '43 Robert Fowler, '43 Fred Hempt, '43 Page 259 Denver, Colo. Del Norte, Colo. Frederick, Colo. Denver, Colo. Rapid City, S. Dak. Boulder, Colo. Loveland, Colo. Dayton, Ohio Rocky Ford, Colo. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Golden, Colo. Alhambra, Calif. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. Sopris, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. ACTIVES PLEDGES lohn Lentz, '43 William Moore, '41 Robert Ostoff, '43 Warren Putman, '43 Keith Robinson, '40 Phil Seratini, '43 Hubert Shovlin, '43 Harry Viner, '43 lack Wagers, '43 Cover Mendenhall, Law Norman Meyer, '40 Walter O'Brien, Law Ted Shreve, '41 Max Snydal, Law Carroll Stoecker, '41 Raymond Swedlund, '4l Tom Shallenberger, '42 Ray Volluz, '41 Gordon Williamson, '4l Ray Winger, '42 Robert Woodruff, '40 Rocky Ford Colo Gardner, Colo Leadville, Colo Boulder, Colo Denver, Colo Denver, Colo Fleming, Colo Long Beach Calif Denver, Colo Pueblo, Colo Brush, Colo Long Beach Theta X i I ,, f'fSQ2Kx :,Xiw'g 109' ' - " . EZ' ..f111': 1 Q!! , +-"2 -k 1' 'VP -1 fu' if 1 st. in I lf 1, 1 yttl v f Theta Xi, bought a new house, p1edged some new boys, graciously to1d the COLO- RADAN a11 this and more, had a nationa1 Diamond Iubilee, held a hi11-bi11y dance. For further information, ca11 2153, ask for - , ' -- 'Z 4 h , ...r"" ,,,,- 1 some ot the big boys: Busch, Eta Kappa Nu Tau Beta Pig Burt, Pi Tau Sigma, A. S. M. E prexy, "Colorado Engineer" staff, 1-Iamp ton, Players' C1ub, Litt1e Theatre plays. 1 NMR .1 Top Row: Busch, Burt, Gonzales, Gray, Hampton, Lockcrrd. Second Row: Munson, Prout, Reeves, Richardson, Robinson, Shirk. OFFICERS IACOUES HAMPTON . . . President ROBERT MUNSON . Secretary FRANKLIN PROUT . . Vice-President GORDON LOCKARD . . Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS WAINO S. NYLAND FRANCIS I. GECK ALLEN S. MCMASTER WALTER K. NELSON ACTIVES Robert Ancell, '40 Lawrence Burt, '40 Floyd Busch, '40 Kent Davis, '40 Anthony Gonzales, '40 Robert Gray, '43 Iacques Hampton, '40 Kenneth Iohnson, '42 Marvin Becktell, '43 Lloyd Callow, '42 William Davis, '43 Donald Galloway, '42 William Goodin, '41 Raymond Hays, '43 Charles Hopfinqer, '43 Page 261 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Gordon Lockard, '40 Robert Munson, '42 Walsenburg, Colo. Franklin Prout, '41 Boulder, Colo. Paul Reeves, '40 Colorado Sprinqs, Colo. Iohn Richardson, '42 Denver, Colo. Frederick Robinson, '40 Denver, Colo. Fort Morgan, Colo. Denver, Colo. Manzanola, Colo. Denver, Colo. Fort Lupton, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Leadville, Colo. Minor Shirk, '42 PLEDGES Ronald Klatt, '41 William Miernyk, '42 Frederick Mill, '43 Guillermo Moncada, ' Stanton Selby, '43 Dale Severns, '43 Glen Woods, '43 Grand Junction Colo Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Golden, Colo. Denver, Colo. Gilman, Colo. Boulder, Colo 'ff The COLORADAN pays tribute to moun- tain scenery, unknown heroes, and beautiful women, all of which play no small part of lite at Colorado. Realizinq that a university is more than faces and organizations, the editors turn to features: what people do and would like to do. v I .. 'Y , -f ' ' , Q , ffxf. , 'V . -9-I ' ,. th I. ,fy 1. "'-'lgmf 'l ' 5. ' 1. 'Q 1 s ' - f-N i W. ..,.. f rv, ' o .S ,. , , 1 'H ' . z-gl Y., A . 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' 'en - vfg'-v K x S" Wigan, W wwf Z, r ' . 1 4 .V QSM, V J Q A ,ug "Si W kiwlk N Hats O f A selection of students, not especially scholars, who have distinquished themselves by outstanding but unassuming conduct of their college careers. Social leadership, financial acumen, developed talent-t these the COLOR!-XDAN salutes "Hats Ott! " LOLA HATCH . . . impressive list of activities, but works so quietly and unobtrusively that few are aware of its extent . . . principal viola in the string Symphony Or- chestra . . . Coed Counselor . . . "Silver and Gold" . . . president of Home Economics Club . . . taught at a nursery school one summer . . . works in Colorado Book Store . . . first interest is rnusic, but likes skiing and tennis too . . . hopes to obtain an interneship in diet- etics. L JOHN CAWLEY . . . C U's poten- tial Iohn Barrymore . . . active in the Little Theatre for the last three years . . . acting is not his only talent, however, for he Writes as well as he acts, and is a member of Phi Beta Kappa . . . Won the one-act play contest last year . . . on student staff of the library . . . associate editor of "The Window." Page 264 GERALDINE WARSHAUER . . . the type of person people confide in . . . trust- worthy and dependable . . . Worked for room and board for two years at the dormitory and two years at the University Women's Club . . . received AWS scholarship . . . Little Theatre Costume Mistress, Spur, Hesperia . . . entered Law School this year . . . seen often with a pre-med student, so it's rumored that there may be a doctor and a lawyer in one family some day. A CAROLINE PRESTON . . . in only two and a hali years on C U's campus she has done remarkable work and real student service . . . member oi Kappa Delta Pi, education honorary . . . Worked in otiice oi Dean oi Women . . . during the last year as president and manager ot the Campus Club, did a splendid piece oi work, getting it out of debt and bringing cultural and musical activ- ities into its life. Page 265 V -Y - ----1 el- Z . ABCI-IIE CONNETT . . . ought to go far in the phys- ical education tield . . . wide practical experience . . . letters in gymnastics and track for the last three years . , . likes to travel via the hitch-hike method . . . co-winner oi "C" cup, awarded to athlete with the best scholastic average during the year he corn- peted . . . has a habit of helping people Whenever he possibly can . . . Well-balanced personality. R was W5 DOROTHY VAN EMAN . . . has an unusually wide field of interests, ranging from a hobby of climbing mountains to active participation in Little Theatre Work . . . her hours of stage Work have brought her well-deserved recognition and an office in Players' Club . , . "hashes" in girls' dorm . . . English Liter- ature major . . . member of "The Window" staff . . . interested in dress design. Km, , -3 1--,gs dent. LAURETTA MALONEY . . . friendliness and unusual good-nature, coupled with ability and reliability have made innumerable friends for Lauretta . . . worked on "Silver and Gold" . . . active member of French and Spanish Clubs . . . held important ot- fices on Barb Council and in Women's Club . . . head of properties for Little Theatre, a hard and thankless job . . . NYA worker . . . one of ten senior girls chosen for membership to Mortar Board. 1 . DAVE ATKINSON . . . hard-driving but suave leader . . . has served as fraternity president . . , Freshman Prom chairman . . . Alpha Phi hasher and husband . . . married almost two years . . . handsome . . . numerous jobs-cleaning shop, hashing, singing . . . Rhythm Circus vocal star . . . prospective law stu- ' ,T-.x1" 5 U9 1, 5 ,, sl P' " In fs y"1,6f n. cf.. - J ' 'f l YE . 2 - lf, WVU 1 f., s -'aff Page 266 RICHARD WESTERBERG . . . something missing since "Westy" left school win- ter quarter after seven years . . . lead- ing campus orchestra organizer . , . hot trumpet with wide reputation from Utah to Missouri where Westy has ac- companied team . . . seldom misses good game or good party . . . has Won intramural tennis championship four times . . . Law School graduate . . . talks well to anyone about anything. EV lt t 1 i P' I ."' "r L Page 267 ,0- 6 - .A .,.'1- '....h-JJ ii LEATHA MAY HARRIS . . . eri- ergetic, capable, and reliable president of Panhellenic . . . has accomplished many fine things for the organization . . . clever, original work on fashion column and articles for the "Sil- ver and Gold" for the last two years . . . has worked at var- ious jobs throughout her col- lege career . . . president of her sorority, Alpha Omicron Pi . . . tactful, friendly, cheerful, ex- tremely well-liked. t l fha 1. DOMINIC CESARIO . . . dy- namic maestro oi successful Rhythm Circus . . . arranges, composes, directs with skill . . . gains respect of those With whom he Works . . . possessor of lyrical voice and saxophone . . . has Worked with leading national orchestras . . . Varsity baseball squad . . . outstanding in fraternity . . . all-round intra- mural star . . . intends to teach. 4 , MAYFORD ROARK best known for his debating CLEMENT MARKERT . . . Winner of the Klin skill but IS active in many other fields too Delta Oratorical Contest and the Delta Sigma Rho exte Sigma Rho P1 Gamma Mu has Worked in poraneous speaking contest . . . active in track the library as a park caretaker during the summer, basketball . . . has been a steel-Worker in Pue as a salesman and on NYA member of the . . . now grading papers for N. Y. A .... member American Student Union and the Oxford Essay Club Peace Council, Young Democratic League, Americ has been president ol the Campus Peace Council Student Union . . , president of the Honors Uni . . . much publicized trip to Spain . GEORGE WRIGHT . . . might well come under the heading "Man Most Likely to Succeed' '... capable, ambitious, enterprising . . . organized and now man- ages the lntercollegiate Advertising Bureau . . . runs concessions at football games . . . sales promoter tor cleaning company agents . . . has Worked at Pi Phi and Sigma Chi houses and at Eddie Ott's . . . member ot Scimitar . . . vice president ot Sigma Chi . . . married in lanuary, and, consequently, spends his spare time trying to prove that two can live as cheaply as one. Page 258 TME BEAUTY QUEENS Q? 1940 SELECTED BY Tl-IE PNTEVQEVQNTEVQNPTY CQUNCIL can NCDVQTMWESTEQN UNWEQSVTY .Qc il f ll ,gag F1-M -H , ,tb z- 1. ,1:!:.'. J E 1 4' A -: Hu.: - A- 4 - 1'lJ,fgg?7TlQ ' L- W Pg f...., 4."S" "f " WQV'---"iiTQT'f?F: iiflfl i f " L K 1 N 1-iff. V- , SH-"Wi,-' ' ,f W A . 1 ,gs .md , l we 3 Q I 1 ,. 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' II, I' -fvggv 4 E z Q5 R. 9 E-in iw, as jx Jfflafzi Ln qflfafyiaz J QUEEN OF THE ENGINEERS' BALL L l MARY ANN BLANCHARD . . . flag co-designer . . . sophomore . . . interested in illustration and sculpturing . . . artistic talent branches into writing and music . . . athletic also . . . belongs to Hiking Club. Student interest in the Colo- radan-sponsored flag C o n te s t mounted during the year to result in one hundred and fifty entries. The flag pictured on the opposite page was judged best by the Board of ludges. The ludqes: Governor Ralph L. Carr Dean O. C. Lester Dr. Howard H. Heuston, mayor of Boulder Mr. F. H. Douglass Mr. Iohn B. Goodman DOROTHY FESLER . . . co-designer of flag . . . senior Art major . . . president of Pine Arts honor- ary . . . designs of Barb winter formal and Colo- rado U. Day credited to her . . . aspires to fashion designing after lune graduation. I The new flag of Colorado University has been designed to incorporate the student spirit of the University and the beauty of its setting. On a background of silver and gold the seal of the University and the symbol of the buffalo have been blended together. A blue border around the seal is contrasted with the golden buffalo, While the golden plains and the blue mountains meet on the horizon. Page 277 w 4 si ii if 3 5 Q . E Sw W i 14' Pt ' v 's ff as -o- -Y . ,af . H! A. . M , . uw, - - -za-. ..- ' 1 3051 -Y.fj" - 1, -gmc A .5 , . I.-,,... ' ' f-by-fi--. Q Y 1 251: af A.,--- . 3 V A -,1 , .., , . f H..zw. 'WA ' 3,15 Y ,'.:.2,i-3: . 'I , . G, . 5 -L -V-,Aw , 4" - X NH L.. A-.'g'1. ifsib 'FPL +A' LV'-'71'!7H.-" ' ' .- 'Qrfzfwff' , . . . "' . Q 1-7 fs - :ar-gh ..,'j X ,,, ,V Q.. 43",,' ',.. "Bi ,, .f, : I . I I -? ' 1. L, .Jo- ,.f g ag 1.. 1.- I' 4.4 1- 5.4 .,-gf . 'I 'V " .. 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Nw, -.- .L If v I I I 6 I I 1 Italian illatic ln l9l7 the University of Colorado campus showed a group o buildings Without uniformity of design or structure. ln the 23 years that have passed since then the successful efforts of university officials and state citizens have made the Colorado architecture the most distinctive in the United States. Designed to suit both scenic and building conditions in Boulder, this Italian Villatic architecture is beautiful, practical, and inexpensive, achieves a singular blending with the mountain locale. Another generation will see the style completed in quadrangles, further study in university architecture. Below is the f about ten enhancing an unrivaled Engineering Adrninistra tion Building. Xrqlrvr K s I I I' H51 Q-an-rf -,if W gf I ff"5f siffw 1-fr irfs wx .S 4 inf' 4,..u7.. ng'-GR i W tits L gg. wc we 9 S ff' -if-ik"-T' 5 faq my-s. i-use 5 .gf stiff, ,P 2531! 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Game and reading rooms and a tac- ulty dining room provide college mentors with pedagogical luxury. .ini t I. .F i J 0 -ali!--f3fWs' fl fr. i - ' .. 'X Nfl A -xr' A' . ff . , ---mf fl. : . . I' qw I, thi - l - ' - 1 ft l' "l f A lfgtp , . X, 5,1 1 , - 7' ' - , f5"P"" 'lk' 4'2" I xi 2 :lf J" - ru lefg ,fit .fi fiv- fi nj, ,A P' AH "'t1,.. 3-L.. 1 i-5,3 M .wa-.i..s..... gnubrlllud dltli :INN E 1... 1 .l""' Northwest of the campus IS the University quarry from Whose ir- regular and picturesque walls came the slabs which make Colo- rado the brightest spot among the country s campuses. Within a short distance of the university and part oi the striking mountain range which forms the back- ground ior the campus, the sand- stone irom this quarry provides Colorado university with that blending of availability and ap- pearance for which it is nationally famous. 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N 'VY5 "L VIN , XL Q0 C1 ' -'L - f YBIXN SA YRE .LQ Q V, Big Seven Champions After a very slow start at the first of the season, Col.orado's "Sophomore studded" Buf- faloes unleased amazing power that carried them to an undisputed Big Seven Conference championship. The mighty Butts rolled over their last tive opponents to clinch the titley they came from behind in last halt rallies to Win three of these contests. Top Row: Coach Oakes, Waite tTrainerJ, Ienkins, Lockard, Pitt, Haney, McClunq, La Rocca, Butterfield, Chitwood, Putman, Tinker tManagerl, Coach Potts. Third Row: Coach Cox, Anderson, Moyers, Briclenbauqh, Coulter, Eaton, Viney, Yewell, Ostenberq, Peters, Miller, Oliver, Davis. Second Row: Coach Murphy, Stasica, Pucllik, lacobson, Creese, H. Punches, Fuller, M. Punches, Flinn, Graham, Barris, Click, Coach Sayre. Bottom Row: Combs, Davidson, Thompson, Saunders, Brill, Liley, Reeves, Smart. Rooney, Quarnberg, Heeb, Broady, Hickey. Page 285 C X55 QA - O , X OVDCA Cab Sw 9eP5 0116 efxd Missouri stops Sfasica after lonq gain STASICA FLINN QUARNBERG THOMPSON t N i In the Qfirst three games, Coloradds inexperienced sophomores were downed by Missouri, Utah State and Kansas Sfate in order. After their thirci straight set-back, a certairr Denver newspa- per colurhnrist "jabbed" at the Color ,do outfit, by pre- dicting that the Silver and Gold clagided boys would end up fear the cellar in the co1'1teh,er1ce race. 7- The Buffaloes iincdly hit their Stride against the un- pmdicfQb1e coxpmdO Ag- H19 ldifly Wyo- Although 4 A ilijigijlfifjithe Herd half, the good two JHQQQS in the or sweet victory. alternat- Ienkins, down the to cop cr '91 I mg: .Q IENKINS PUDLIK MILLER HICKEY Of! tackle plunge by McCIung nets first down v" 1 D20 keg Sxiifouocxg X555 000 WT stcrqed YW? Utah e Sxoke by YK UW - rx SKOPSQYCQPXXO CHUM avi spoiled McC1u1 kick by OLIVER CLICK CHEESE MAX PUNCI-IES S1C VICTOIY was who pcrssmq Ute tlme to ever entlre commq bemq Mi1Ier's diving catch is good for 6 points against Utah MCCLUNG HAROLD PUNCHES DAVIDSON PETERS ' X :fax x block dec oi 6 Q X Thanksaiving Day in the I Championship C' o ri t es t , which pro brilliantly the year ved to be the 'most I played game -of , Stasica 6: Cog passed and qcxlloped their way to the-title by virtue' of their 27-FLT 'humbling Cf Tramway The Big Teak. Seven conference crown, l'1f??W6V'9!', WGS claimed back kids the lfjwafh Q offensive OVSTC E-ia IACOBSEN CARD GRAHAM HANEY ten point the Pione minutes o ers in first. ,six l 1939 Li' OO 1 BALL SUMMARY Played at Columbia Boulder Manhattan Boulder Laramie Salt Lake Provo Boulder f Back Row Mehuck Srhau rmann Brandt Jorgensen Creoqhe Brotzmccn Coach Drxscoll Third Row Coach Unger Bowman Mnernvk MOY1hGH Ske n Knowles Vanek Second How Carancl Crompton Marshall Lentz Kronenberqer Grubm Hedgecock Garchner Hawley Front Row Mann hovlm Noce Scott Sh me-all Connett CManaqerJ DRISKILL UNGER SMITH 1 .s:.E,... .7-X thousand activities 's Golden their trav- trip to City. weary to Win Divi- Collegiate tourna- it did from New in the tational qame De in a very 52-37. ln Duquesne, earlier in match for the Butts basket to for the -40 win. num- country tourney, its members were held in high esteem loy the Eastern people. Waite tTrqinerl, Hamburg, Thurman, Harvey, Doll, Musqrove, Grove, Emery, Coach Cox Hendricks, Cates, Trotsky, Smith tManaqerj, Merrill, Boatvvright, McCloud, Schmidt -vii W-11 im ,X 4 ff' ff., -stile, ct' is :aqjti th,!fJa , gui- , sum Pty, Q. ,, 69 , ll ' Y ' lt IGN f aunt LW any M57 QW EWG K v,5Xl! 11.815, D Y Q-gt!-:K Edo QI-v .- Bob Doll, chosen most valuable player at the Metropolitan Invitational tourney lack Harvey, All-American and All-Conference DOLL -WW HARVEY 901 is wi O K Glo Scofegqw fowl .uP ry bill 56X 69 lt' it uf rsimtiefr HAMBURG MW Q9 QEXXCXLS Q99 xxx "A I i 1 4 i i 1 l v Colorado's basketball team started its remarkable season by dumping Colorado Mines, 59 to 38 and 51 to 28, in prac- tice contests. lnvadinq East- ern hardwioods, the Buffs soundly trounced St. Ioseph's at Philadelphia, 49 to 25, and immediately established them- selves as one of the nation's leading clubs. The Buffaloes, favorite oi jNew York fans, drubbed St. lol'1n's in spacious Madison Square Garden loe- fore 13,000 spectators. Sopho- more forward Leason Mc- Cloud led lthe winners by bucketinq elqht field goals with his mates following close on his heels ginscorinq against the New Yorkers At Pitts- burqh, Duquesne elred- out a 47 to 45 overtime ViClDIY ever the barnstarlfrlinq Buffs, to spoil the record of Coach "lf'rc?sty" Cexfs fast- brealcinq crew. Q, A Utah ploy starts with Watts wailing for the Z: ll Hlununng Iacku Harvey grabs rebound In the conference opener ot Wyoming the Bouiderites, Bead, ed By Big B ob Doll, set the Cowboys down, 44 to 26. At Logan, despite ct rctily in the lctst half ctftext o bud cold streak, the gold-sled quintet lost C1 3'1 to 28 decision to its nemesis, the UtcthiAqqies. But the basket-starved Buffs found thteir'eyethe.iol1Qwinq night to pile up the ,hiqhesi score in the uI1iversity's cage history to trim BYU, 75 to 472. In its first home conference tqctme of the YSCIT, C0'1orc1do'y thundered over the Derivert I Pioneers by the Convinciriq sfore oi 66 to 25, ,displaying some oi the best oiiensivte, maneuvers of the Colorddd Stotte, oi- thouqh threaten-Enq crii the Way, was set be 5 after ct late to 41. Be- Colbrczdo drive, Q fore 4,400 scre " ing specta- iieldhouse, tors in the local Utah U cmd Nick fififotts neoriy Co1orc1do's equal but cz finczl spurt in the lotst three rnmute long-shooting Donn Hendricks qcrve C. U. or 42 t proved to be 1 4 i 4 I V ' YQ sparked by b 38 victory. MUSGROVE Q4 GROVE Mig Simi, sp 4 s D09 'iivmno U A095 G - THURMAN MCCLOUD text K K in G YXGX-X7 GY SCI-IMIDT roll . 5x ow UQ eww uwll MERRILL EMERY TROTSKY ,, 1 r' ,. V. la At Salt City, Colorado again Theo Utes, 45 to 38, with Slrlirlirlq after three regulars 'DO Hdlhr lourq, who out on foillsl. ln a fumble 'en-X 1 counter out-Ina and sent home Q13 the short of la 150119 34 count. At Collins in-'ot' qame by 38 foulsgl lack his 'males ,to 34 triumph vto , Three rolled on to 52 after traili utes of the half. lA:ereng, ina an SSUSOH vdezfeat. Colorado up impreg- nable slapped ct 44 to 38 on Utah State to clinch the Big Seven .ln fhe final week conference play, the Buffs whipping the flag by Young 64 to 43, anol pasting D. U. 52 , Hendricks, lo 37 with and Thurman Winding up their Biq Seven-play wiieh-slel-- lar exhibitions. Bob Doll in action Opening oclion of Uiuh-Colorado lrczy 1940 B BALL Colorado Colmrcrdo Golormdo eg sz. Cidlerddo Rifanflimda ' 9 fa C19 Young 'A' irfw mi ' L if wg 'I' L13 1 o State COIOPU o Mmes Colara o Mmes Si lah s Si h 5 49 0 KU-Vifilm J we my :sein 1 ifw l M REM O State an l TG G ,EQ Q up Younq 21 Igmqgbg, SE Dewar Gqlbmda 52 e IGQILQTQGIG1 511 mm CQMTEW 32- SQ U CjCX11fOI'I"11CI Wbnezdu SSB, Wee K Tgweriimgei 38 LBU8 Tomi 50' PLVHIW . . . 7. 'W V in 59 ' V ' . 38 LI'-. 'H 'X 'J izi "1 f-'W im- yr -,V:,:!' 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XO Q Corin ZQXK H00 095 l G 1 ?i ui O XX 10 ushegaigekbo STRAIN tu After sixteen of the ty" Cox hard in or 1 S o oqcrinst ccruse of these e berths lence IS men for their ITY, ment Morunce Kirchner, QY, Putman, otrd SHAKESHAFT OLDHAM Bock Row: Couch Cox, Hannon, Bowman, Shokeshoft, Kirchner, Anderson, Putman, Strain, Giboney, Poole Ukssistcmt Cocxchl. derson, though will be horve round out the Buffalo team next Winter. Front Row: Ireland, Risley, Kreidier, Low, Gibb Wicmcxqerl, Davis, Shendeil, McC1uskey. 'viii' wllo- V V- . V - VW40 Ol to 0 0, Gai ' ' 35 f0,x.u140, Q9 M400 Quai' Z you . ,G1b,M23.,34,1 l 27. . Nl' te QLUIMW' 'EE' C 33 .4 aotggva i 1 , 4 5 4 1 ' Bl W" Qt""w t eg M it 1' ,JT V 4 'iff ' 2 'I I f Y p' ,Lg lr . ' LY ,K ll ,sr , W F. ar , , 1 ., ,..., , ,J ,. is I . J:-:- , 3 lt Il x . 4' , , l t' llll KK -at-'l 2 , l ' -t::':1 4 , n x . X E it fi' 'J I, I . wi Top Row: l-l. Punches, Idler, Gibbs, Creese, Dow. Fourth Row: Arnold, Lear, Puett, Cope, Bough, Hamilton. Third Row: Wallrick, Edmunclson, Hcmkins, Hobbs, L. Dunbar. Second Row: McSweeney, Carr, Coach Potts. Barnes, Bristol. Bottom Flow: Lescher llvlanaqerl, Wright, Boorman, Miller, Connett, Waite lTrainerl. COPE HAMILTON HOBBS BRISTOL lversity ned its Seven ionship 3 479W places on. It every cases, 3 were mclinq. nclivid- freese, Bristol er was ational .on to B zitional iles in ne shot t Ay , . ,J xi X H .ng the ' 1 B ,Z or it 0 ,f ,V A Nas 48 - Q 1 d 1 a ewporogg itat! DU hastjxffl Oi 8 H - rr' Kr-i ts , B if ' B X '. G1 lirSl . i..V p. . df his wits ite Piffloxd ciuofier YD mostly was ri? C f it sos rotdo qies, attended otys l X ,. , we H 'f' ff 1' I son meet here 89 Ez. pu-vP'i!,!. '1 X A "'e iQ my X ' Q- L . 1. t. 1. w x 5 . 152--tl'-. , H ...A ,ff , V M Baton exchange in 880 relay sees Aggies first and Rice of Colorado second PUETT CARR IACOBSEN PUNCHES other totol of 7 Young second Colorado D e n V e fourth c Hamilton leads in the century ct the finish 4' ..,l" gf? Q 1 CHEESE MILLER IDLER BAUGH NX 'l 'x A x ,N this? who We X 3, P GIBBS CON NETT ARNOLD LEAR Q ' 4 i '.:+-"- '- g'Q5'f.fegifjig4f9 3 rf' iii. f" -aff . -AA ,I II. ed To Row: Hammond Bowles Hoelsher B, I-Iendlor Coach Carlson Un er Lev Klindworth P 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 Y, - Second Row: Daniel, Tomlinson, Cowden, Kisler, Siedenberq, Mosuncxgcc, E. Hendler, Chostoin, Yeager. Bottom Row: Cesorio, Rook CMc1sco'tJ, McDonald UXAGHCIQSYJ, Mayer. ill for the ned the ple win aegis, de- l-9, cmd splendid ompson, on the ' sent'Ne- Big Six, and of or X -hedden X rests to Se ploy, my one yominq, d-X aries. 2 out of NX COWDEN THOMPSON KISLER UNGER f ' , 1 , 51 4 ,Z - -4:3 ' 1 "va , ,1 1:-. " L.-. ' - -, Q M ,." , .vf?Z1 MSM fs--' ' W , ll , -. '1 i 123' A , x 1 'Z al' 4 .. -1l.-1--w1'hA.- -er .v '1-W' 4 , -. -I C -'3 ,, A on 3 505 r.,.. F mb' one . i Wo11S LQVY of me 1 was tops of the at the field. strlkeout F wav YV' A TOMLINSON B. HENDLER STRANNIGAN REEVES slxty s1X son s Wlfh one ty-three dred A ,A lead the bczttmq The .945 as ball Q' durmq ference Irvm J ' V- ' D A Qiglifjl 'TT' fp .V --.-1. ,2- vb? ,, , .- .a.. Fg, 5? , e s Q L Hendler slides home a bit too Icie Qi W Unger belts out Q homerun I. HANDLER DANIEL PUDLIK LEVY it IVE ill be re- E his out- 1 . . to fill m by grad- 1 t We are ther title ' him next an receiv- mes Cow- Bill Day, 'win Hen- r, Bill Kis- F1 Pudlick, 31 ill Stran- lson, and cg' ut ii h G have lhe gl' Tewrrf q Derxv Busts .retlfx it gf ll ' 'J :guy A '- m i. f-I ., Yi I .. MGC .V wma bunk adds 265 aux G Ccggixiels bio we V+' W. .f -1, ., ,- 4 sf 4" , wi' 1939 Colorado U. Wyoming U. Denver U. Colorado State . 1? , it , 'ljgix . in .gave f' f .U 4. Daniels chooses his Warclub Daniels grounds out ,m 1--1 Q , -, iirlmmyfrllf j l " l is ' 6 , 1. A Y fx Top Row: Clark, Boise, Showalter, Couch Vcrvro. Second How: Prout, Milligan, Morrison, Stoeker. Eolfom Row: Holt, Connell, Foqer, Schulz. Gymnastics The gymnastic squad broke even in clucrl meets by Win- x ji .....vI,1,'4,L1r,1. ., ,A ', wlwofqndilosing two, gtlotietilrtjihirnil iriylhe regignrigl 11, toumqment, cm or ' 'l first time irlsevergl yecrrs ' the Ectsiern rllivision Con- , ference title. i J, L, in was from gi GreelefyrSlsotte,,21, -198, cmd the H- Vicioly Wcrs token Colorcaclc, State, l7O- l, M7Wn Sitote Wgs vic- l - ','e T"'j.i . ffl 2. e ros- , , crclo its sec- ' lldllgfecilf -3895. Ellieqgeqiongl I , V, fl 1' -4 Irlefetr points f VSQQIG. econd with ll- '., ircl with 18 , .o's Schulz yi, wen, ififsig on mats, and ', iookvseconi on the hori- M - ZG1'r1QdllDc:r.l V ,ll f oriil the icon- V.CU:LZpf,ns ip rom - fciaslmadc 369 V2-328. lack. SCl'1L1Jl.Z high point ' by llniree firsts on H19 iparggel rings, gicl Vni mor e t e best showing by ' Scoring .37 out ofgx possible 40 l poinls on they hjrizontgl bor : evenf. g 5 ' I, I , - i l i', c s 1 li: .ws 6 vi. ll gf- , 1 i: 6 Q '-f ' Q4 " Ml KFFTV X . ' T ' QQ?" ' RQ ' I 5 I ':'VEIz. ll U11 1 'Il I spin.: so Q 1' rcwx ii ' E 'tr . j xzwlff i . 1,,., EAA- 5 v 'X ' V V J ,J 'Y , l- x Hn Q . d f A " 7.2 ' J' ' - , A, Q - - if 4 QA 'ii' 9' i -1 Q . A . --ga, 2, ' s +.1W .4 5. ,Q X 1- I v L A W 1 1 V 1 15 ,ll - i i, i' 7 1 9, .5, -if 4 ' Q 1- -Egg: Q., Q W 'y I 3, 'u 5 nr Nr VT gl.-I Mg. I J 'x 1 - .v 3- 15 gf fy fi Q1 -,,V QA Q I i Q 9 l 4Z. . 'ii 4 iff Q ' xx r Vw 1 1 r Irr ll 4 L mm A Wwvo The Buff Giohffm ov dual meet three de however, second p I 5 matches division Keener ww Greeley The 49 Q" make their cisive one Denver Y Denver to 15 V2 took the light The with W powerful gregation a 24 to 8 The meet went points. C twisted c Wyoming l3 points. victorious in two ot the finals Rueb pinned a Wyoming mat man in the 128 pound finals and heavyweight Putman al so threw the Wyoming grap pler in the finals. Bock Row: Coach Sayre, Greenwood, Ienkiris, Putman, Meikel, Hanson, Nickelson. Front Row: Paitsn, Koehler, Rueb, Dukes, Thompson, Winger. Muscles Dukes "Scotty" Putman pins his mon Couch ct the rinqside. Worried? w. ' xxx I .Xi ,J , x K :X -QF'-P 1, , fx 4' A .x , x r' STEVENS S CoIotc1do's No. 2 Mon x s team 2 1939 ctories M , ,R 3, cmd 5 ' H ' ivision Q As - A . The Qs- I . cr de- gi' sq? over , en fell ' Q E If New Col- er by 5-4 re- rcrctic- : cmd umed GIGS- Coulson goes up 0, to de- high after cz Job 'es of ' , ffbd. I I , fy 5 A . 1 . K g r g:,,,., ' . ' . .4, . Che 5,523 Wund Tp 1 ,fr -, '--E' C. U. c QW s1o1'1 meet gil TG r XJ T I P3019 M1015 two oloys c vw ' of Lolorcr ornofie' xiileh f5Opb Sxnq Hegclibleienca . ,gl ,, xx Gnd X Tflgoxdet .. ,hx WK rf, :IA W ,. -. Q-5' Q2 . y .few :I A-::' eg, ,,, X I Ellis, C1 steady player, holds doubles title with Reed crown by possible C terestmq 1 ney was 1 played t ond Chel doubles I Ted Reed, one of th players e' roolo, Wro meet by x Utle. I Bo-czlc Row: Goldberg, Coulson, Suttle, Chenburq, Coach Slcxton Front Row: Reed, Ellis, Stevens, Burkhordt. f' '- X " ll ' YP. X 'T'-,xs Ly A f 'iff I W yd' SXXL-'N .1 .""' , . 4' ,fx ' Z:,"',- "Hr 'I' K' 1 'L .' Fl' . J xx, 1 F -I A I ly., Baird, don't forget the iwo in the scrndirczp Standing: Procter, Coach Schrieber, Baird. Kneeling: Watson, Saunders, Mode-siit, Sanders. Golf -L fa 'Tl l WCIS Rocky to in- A1- 2 vic- rle six 2 trip, :ellent ey de- . Q nl Som io the nford, T , , W 5 - 7 WOI1 Istern ny de- and 'V COI1- ' PXCXY' uxd hexegi C1915 wtf' Devarlierence K. Sdunqou bu and Con "Mon thfln 35 59C Shi? A - io01bG1Q won ?1f1rr1P1On N ho c a N . . ' ? Q 4'ff'1" ' -f . 1 loe Watson's speciality is " 'J' " ff' exploding out of X .- 'V sandtrczps I Tamef be -'ax-! P' 5. ' , .lj W-gm 2,3 ' LL., ,H , Q . J- 'lil - -4: Y, , ,A m. . I1 ui. ., A 14 I 1 1 I wym your lose Sportsmanship-color-action-and a spirit of rivalry that goes to the final bit of play-that is the kind ot compe- tition that has developed in the Wom- an's Intramural Program! Rival stars swing into action spurred on by peppy cheering sections. The Freshman, Sophomore, Iunior, and Senior classes have selected teams from their best ath- letes to play in the class tournaments. The winners must be skillful players to attain the title of "champion", WINTER The Danube So Blueeu the melody keeps singing in your ears while you whirl again carefree and happy as the blades of your skates cut the ice at the nearby University skating rink. ln the mountains ski fans glide down between the snow ladened trees invigorated by the cold air and falling snow. For in- side sport-basketball is "tops". The final basketball game was played be- tween the Skampers and MacKenna Hall. "wtf ' , .ali rife li F ALL Red, yelloWLfg,n tdsLeaVes whirled down through the Crisp Atfltumn air to add zest Ab the Fall' quarteixot intra- murals. The Pi crqsbedgtxthrough with the! S CISIEI ta' deeat the Kappa'st,hy .Ci narrow in the championship. volleyball q e. The victorious " -the tennis rgfolf match- es exhibited' and ath- letic form in winning. 4 ,. ' ' 'rv T111 zemcg This "" .": assmen 130139 W f place in 1 ufm- men T three qam ' . The qolf to Louise on over Ruth Mac Wilt m bf""' the final match. The tennis title was given to Virginia Dunn when she de- feated Betty Hutchinson. .1 , . , - "V ln the spriilgeggjfl lv or" coed's fancy t U , jf lost QOH we muscl 'nvite the Q ".i t . ,libs GUY' li -,Yi ta-rwfli'-w-if-134:12-"9fi'af' . other dandeli ' 'tlihi-,L 'lL '14 Orchesis members. hon the Back Row: 'YaX'ookk, WSWS, Goddard, NeXson, CXeXand, Pknyers, Mason, Haqqara, Skeik, Logan. from Row: Brown. Bsaiaexd. Mama, Neumer, Drmkwaker, Owens, Srnyrk, Strauss, Gibson, Whikew, Eckhatdk, C1 awiord, V and-ew ark. Front Row: Spkecieman, Cmisw. Frank, Edwatds. Second Row: Casey, Colvin, Baker, Hardesky, Yuket, MCXN miams, Quaimaace. Third Row: Ct1ppen.Hanis,Hensba-N, Ctaaxer, 'EkoXXisker, Wiqkon, Marshah. Fourth Row: Hokxxes, QuiqXeq, P'rxiXX1ps,'NIaa VXeet, Clark., Monday, YACNBTOQY. Porpoise 'non swimrninq OM o exhibi- how' skil- iuX the qids are. YGCHY tw ,,. . . R .AA 1 'A "' g"xa ,- . ' x !' BETTY HUTCHIQNSON R lx X yt xt ,XZ .R Women 's A th letic Association Athletics for Women-a love of sports are card-sharks, the Friday night Open with good sportsmanship-this is the goal l-louse is just the right function to attend of W. A. A. Any girl addicted to fun may And for the trosh the popular tall fry is the join the ranks. For those who dance or accepted Way to get acquainted. nrwlm' - --,A .' ,. Y - A Av. . .1., ,l H, .H . M . . .,!.m , ' 'tt . tif.. p iv, - If.i'3, V , QV. , 1 K' :H n. '14, .1 1, w. WJ :ZH ,..Q,,1 , ' " 'u. N"":1ii' , -"f . ' 1, f,"'. u" I , .1.x l l .th rl Top Row: Schureman, Autrey, Nelson, Woodcxrd, Fulker, Ireland, Springstecxd, Cripp Bottom Row: Schulte, lones, Hutchinson, Oliver, Padfield, Todd. rf' v 3 .f 5 1. l A in B - "B", , . . .N ,, J' rf x f" 7" X 'I X, , -,, 4, Y .i. - Men 's Intramurals Interest in the tough intramural touch football campaign this fall compared with that in the var- sity schedule. The season was marked by the use of well set-up running plays and short-passing at- tacks. Four teams played oft for the title: Phi Gam, Theta Xi, Phi Delt and Beta. The Betas recorded an undefeated season as they trimmed the Phi Garns, 13-0, in the championship game. Outstanding men were Maughan, Sig Ep end, and big Bob Woodruff, Sig Ep pass-tosser, Rockwell and Decker, Phi Gam touchdown twins, and Folsom, Ten Eyck, and Walker, Beta stars. 5, t l 1 - . A , '- is-if I B meer , 1 srl , Q -l- a-,- N , v ' r ,. . ' I - "' ' ' ' ..v s "' 1 . 15,7 W, s , 4 ' Q3 .. ' .J B f-A 'ar' 4 'nv sl ' OI - - v 1- ' :,. : -I Jn : . ' " -iii-ilL11i f .1 X ' "1 ,wal-N'9-uhh 3, f ih .,,, - S 1.4, ii 's 1 , f. ff f 4 A at ' r ,Ii t W7 4 my ' xx if Ala, ' ll The Betas continued their domination of the swim- ming meet through the efforts of George Caypless, California paddler, who had four first places. Other teams scoring heavily were Chi Psi and the Dormi- tories. 'Ab wi. ,y SX E Underwood, Gardner Bem Caypless, Merrifield is 4 I 1' 'f , 0 Q. Wo ohnson, Sig Ep Bk-. .gl odruff, Glaze, Ramsall Shreve, Davis, Gurmatakis .1,..t...L -1-'r '1"" . 'wwf i ' V r 'N-4.15" Bob Woodruff led the Sig Ep water polo team through an undefeated season. The Sig Eps, with Shallenberger, Iohnson, Glaze, and Gurmatakis, de- feated the erstwhile invincible Betas, 13 to 12, in the finals. Woodruff threw scoring strides from way out to offset the Beta swimming advantage in Cam Merrifield, Bud List, and George Caypless. Division leaders in basketball were the Sig Eps and the Betas, with the Sig Chis and Phi Delis in -in second place. Fleming Hall defeated the independ- ents io enter the playoffs. ln the finals, a red-hot Beta team defeated the Sig Chisf then smothered a cold Sig Ep team 39-20. Fleming Hall fell next, 31-24. Leading cagers of the season were Bill Garbanati, tall Phi Deli high scorer, Ivy Hunt, Chi Psi hook-shot artist: Bob Maughan, Sig Ep center, Bill Engles, Sig Chi dead-eye: and Ed Heft and Art Vaneli, leaders of the champion Betas. if fx "lk 4? - I "-4""", 0 ' I -" eg 1' "' "1 j . ,,.,14t,c,7. -. A ,Q za Liflge- nf, .A-A sf., 1, f --" Ry,-1-.sv l 4g4i"g7'fi.Y" ' Aff 54135 .. n,i,..L A, ' ' 4j,:2,,4ii J it wc. -rjv.-' g f 5' fi-mm., - i 2' -if 14.1 Q ' 'l gfjjyv ' 4, , 5.:gf,lt.ff . hindi, f yggjlffi f ttmfi-at ' 1" 5' 'L G "Hun A 'fjgft ' , .4 ' , J-ti ' TJ, -Q f.-'Jl'7"5.l' ' .milf-e",.-. 'A -5.1-E'2.gEf1f 1 2- F- . -I .2 ,"'.l,:T'tt'- . .--Q,-1..i',, 1. '- , -.fd',,jf,, u f A- 4: 1- -.lm - ,- '- fl' t-mfhi 'iamlit-.T Q., L ua -A-Q, Heft, Moyers, Philpott Naugle, Mack, Folsom, Vanek Vanek, Hell BETA STARS ff!!- I, X 'I 1 1 '1 xxx Nm Boxing and Wrestling Wrestling 121 lbsn4 11fll1'SGU12f1'LG11:'Y1Phi om 128 115s1L4Pc1r rP111loqm 135 Bgckwell, Phi 145 Dorm 155 Barb 165 1bS3 fs1-Hb 175 lbs.-Glenn 1-leolqecock, Pi Kap Heavy-Pai Brandt, Phi Psi Boxzng Champzons 112 lbs -Bill Hart, Pi Kappa Alpha 118 lbs -Benton Holder, Barb 126 lbs 135 lbs 145 lbs wlfld Newman, N e W rn a n Club -Frank Anselmo, Barb Melvin Erickson, Barb 155 lbs.-Douglas Howry, Chi Psi 165 1bs.-Bill Milne, Phi Deli 175 lbs.-Iohn Eaton, Phi Deli Heavy-Howard Mann, ATO 1 Minor Intramurals Handball Singles School Champion-lack Fox, Independ- ent K, t Y Fraternity 'lli Champioriieflom Cooper, Betaflji 'IX Handball Doubles 3, Schclol Champion-Thompson 61 Ellis, BGR!! Runrler-up-Enochs 6 Wolcott, Phi Psi Tennis Singles' if School Ubjclmpion-jBob Kirchner, Phi Gam X""" Independent Winner-Proelicher Golf Singles School Champion-Robin son, Inde- pendent Fraternity Winner-Turner, Phi Tau Page 323 BOB MAUGHAN All-intramural Sig Ep Softball, looiball basketball slar Spring Quarters Softball Champions-The Zeros, Barbs Featured pitching by Dave Gambill Who bested Vern Miller of the Sigma Nu runnerups. Hardball Cha Gamma Delta Pitching and hard' hitting ou- .tcjggg pionship in a wal 43 A g .V , UQ! , V - f X - an .1 5 f- , 7 YQGR, V t V BOB WOODRUFF Sig Ep Water polo, football, baseball star 'YP 21. - 1.2 .1 ' V 1 ' .',,.3.Qn 4 """"""'5'-- . , . ,. . 'iflj' ..- 3 in ...,'1-.X Q4 v .Agn .f 4 4 l mg any 12531: . '15 EE, 5-I 2. ,gillllilif 1 at 'YW ll 1 Gm! ?. Ha-TRI rf in all 'REM 'Bill iii iiiiwl -Iii!! H an fsw 1 M. we-. all-I.1,,,,'1, V: w3"'5j4,?!M'h,.-J? 4 , 3 : .J ' A 1.- - izfrwems 1-.waits 5. Y-f' -f 14 I J ' H 1 fl . g .. I . IQ H I , 'A 3' , , r-L-.-. . g.-..f. - -M f , , , , . A ' , ,L B'-ii' nm Sadie Hawkins and friends after a man . . . ls this included in the house rules . . . Quick work, Peggy . . . For Dean Brown: What Cameron and Maughan do between twelve and one . . . A study in coiffures . . . Lenny Morrison poses for Pepsodent . . . Puff and lan after a man . . . Bill Bradford trying to make an impression . . . Local character number one. Hold that pose . . . l-leil . . . Okay, so my feet ain't mates . . . The light that failed . . . Dottie Emery, D. GJ Who drives the car in this family . . . What, no more brew . . . Don't believe all you read in the papers. .1-Y--W V ,,, K.. .. U, - - fl W - 'V ,N ..- , V- I -.L - Y : - l H V, f"w!':,f5I-i , 3 v--f-.1 w-g,.. .. '4G?i"Qt'2 - K 14 f we 7, 1 ' I ? 3 .' 4,1 LF Q , 1 2 " A. Y: + '7 'T Q .1 5 5 Q' ' L' z, U... , Y 3. ,,, J . ., f -45.55 gf. 'T -3,11 i - 4.- W,,r.y fi, .116 .'9E'V : I 1"l!J-Qi alum. , vi YLff,.,. A ,J xx- HK 1 .i' 4 '- L , , k--Q...---" .mf- vl If 'At NWN 4 1' ,. ,, vi Z1 ,P X ! ff X ' . I 5 'V I ! ,! ,--3' lohnny Fallon with his best smile for Dotty . . . Leslie Wolfe, Tri Deli, looking pert . . . Standing between us and a Neapolitan night scene . . . lune Seydel spending a night at Holmes . . . You can't get away from him even here, Dotty . . . l'm in activities, so there . . . Okay, so l'm cutting my one o'cloclc. A dose oi bicarbonate of soda will fix you up . . . Oh horrors, not that . . . l-le could get in the A. house . W. S. Vaudeville . . . Gee, he's cute . . . Musical interlude at the Alpha Chi Rita Kohl, composer for the Rhythm Circus. iflffr .--lx! hanks To DR. TONY RONZIO For photography on pages 5, 53, and 127 KENNETH GREEN For other colored shots on pages 19, 201, and 263 CLIFFORD SNIVELY For Chotochrorne on page 283 SAM DOWNS and MERRILL DICKS For "Down the Hour G1ass" and for being there whenever the occasion demanded a snap. EVALYN PROUTY For caricature map of President Stearns, sketches of archi- tecture, and design of many page layouts ROLAND WOLCOTT For mountain views on pages 196 and 198 CHARLES F. SNOW, GREGORY MURPHY, and PALACE STUDIOS For splendid cooperation in class and group photography RALPH L. CROSMAN Chairman oi the Board of Publications For being never too busy to give much-needed advice in building the COLORADAN of 1940 Page 328 Pcme 329 WLS? the randall shop 1309 College Ave. Bouldefs Only College Shop SWING AND SWAY THE OWEN S WAY 0WEN'S SANDWICH SHOP ART IN FOOTWEAR COMPUMENTS OF ,T E 1 1 I C+ MERCANTILE BANK 51 hgh and Tk WOMEN -122 .S-A 51" g,fl CO' Compliments of . . . PALACE STUDIOS Quality Portraits Application . Photos Amateur Finishing and Miniature Enlarging PUBLIC SERVICE CO. 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Established i903 Imported Pure Italian Olive Oil Cheese-Spaghetti-Macaroni 1409-ll l5tl'1 St. DENVER AUTREY BROTHERS COMPLIMENTS OF Western Art Leather Co. MCIIIUICICIUIBYS Makers of Those Beautiful Flocked Pennants in 2254 Lawrence St. DENVER C' U' Design DENVER, COLORADO Time Tried Dependability Quality Since 1910 CHARLES F. SNOW Page 335 A Aden, Fred, 21 Aqapetus, N. A., 170, 171, 247 Alexander, Gordon, 23 Arthur, William R., 225, 259 Aspinwall, Leo V., 176, 231 B Ball, Mary-Ethel, 143 Ball, Norman D., 139 Barnard, Hamilton, 225 Bauer, Frank S., 139, 151 Beattie, Wayne S., 139, 151 Bedell, Florence I., 187 Bell, Ely E., 138 Bemmels, W. D., 138 Bernard, William S., 154, 227 Bitter, Charles Raymond, 152, 191 Bloom, William, 138 Borgmann, Carl W., 170, 171 Bauslog, Iohn, 225 Boyle, Iam-es M., 157 Bramhall, Frederick D., 138, 154 Brinton, Iohn W., 138 Brockway, Waldo E., 235 Brown, Lydia L., 21, 141,213 Broxin, Iames W., 138 Brubaker, William F., 139 Bushee, Frederick A., 24, 138, 154, 176 Byrne, Iohn M., 175 C Cage, Iohn M., 149 Carlson, Harry G., 21 Carlson, Raymond E., 138, 170 Cockerel, 'l'. D. H., 153 Cox, Roy Alan, 138, 156 Crabb, Edward D., 153, 191 Cramer, Frances, 251 Crockett, Earl C., 154 Crosman, Ralph L., 24, 179 Cuthbertson, Stuart, 156, 243 D Dailey, Norman, 157 Dean, Paul M., 53, 170, 225, 259 DeMuth, Laurence W., 23, 253 Dobbins, George S., 151 Downing, Roderick L., 139, 1.73, 225, 227 Driskill, Walter S., 292 Drommond, Fred G., 152, 191, 225 Dunham, Rowland W., 22 Duvall, W. Clinton, 139, 149, 172 E Eastom, Frank A., 139, 1.49, 172, 227 Page 337 FACULTY INDEX Easton, D. Mack, 158, 159, 168 Eckel, Clarence L., 139, 173, 225, 227 Eckhardt, Carl C., 24, 138 Eisenback, Dorothy L., 157 Ekeley, 1. P., 170 Ekley, lohn B., 153 Evans, Herbert S., 23, 139, 149, 172 F Faye, Paul-Louis, 156 Fehlmann, Mrs. Hazel A., 155, 187 Fisher, Howard I., 153, 170 Franklin, Walter B., 140, 176, 243 Fritz, Percy S., 138 Fullerton, Greer G., 175, 176 G Galland, Benjamin S., 31, 138 Garey, Doris B., 138 Garnsey, M. E., 154, 257 Geck, Francis 1., 157, 261 George, R. D., 160 Germann, Frank E. E., 138, 170 Goodykoontz, Colin B., 138 Graham, Donald, 231 Grant, Alexander, 225 Gustavson, R. G., 24, 152, 153, 259 H Harrington, Elbert W., 158, 159, 168 Hazard, William I., 139 Heim, Harold C., 191 Holubar, LeRoy, 139, 149 Houston, Clifford G., 239 Hulley, Karl K., 243 Hutchinson, Charles, 139 Hylan, Malcolm C., 257 1 lameson, Mrs. Frances Spaulding, 138 Iensen, Vernon H., 154 lohnson, Edna L., 155 Iones, Horace A., 225 K Kanouse, Mable C., 213 Kendall, Claribel, 138, 141 Kendrick, H. W., 175, 227 Kieninger, Clara Louise, 24 L Lam, William C., 223 Leh, Leonard L., 138, 154 Lester, Oliver C., 22, 139, 153, 170, 259 LeVeque, Norma, 211 Light, George H., 140 Litsey, Weldon, 138 Lonq, Veldon O., 172 Loughran, Vernon, 179 M McCormick, C. M., 149, 172 McKeehan, Irene P., 141, 219 McMaster, Allen S., 261 McMi1len, Hugh, 147, 225 McNair, Arthur I., 139, 173 Mabee, Zell F., 179, 227 Malick, Clay P., 154 Mallory, W. F., 139, 151, 227 Martin, Dorothy R., 141, 219 Moore, Thomas E., 138 Morris, Herbert L., 175 Murphy, Richard, 158, 159, 168 N Nelson, Walter K., 139, 261 Niehaus, Fred R., 176 Norlin, George, 138 Norris, Charles H., 138 Novak, Leo C., 139, 173 Nyland, Waino S., 261 O Oakes, Bernard F., 227 O'Connel1, Edison E., 139, 151 O'Day, David W., 191 Ogilvy, lack D. A., 138 P Palmer, Harlan B., 139, 149, 172 Parker, Norman A., 139, 151, 225 Peebles, Sally, 156, 221 Petersen, Elmore, 22, 175, 255 Poe, Charles F., 152, 153, 170, 191, 221, 243 Potratz, Herbert A., 170 Purnell, Russell T., 257 Q Ouam, L. O., 160 R Raeder, Warren, 23, 139, 173, 2 Rathburn, Robert, 139 Rees, Maurice Holmes, 23 Reynolds, George F., 138 Reynolds, Henry Etta, 215 Rieder, Mrs. Miriam, 156 Robbins, Leslie F., 243 Romig, Mrs. Edna D., 138 Ronzio, Anthony Rose, 170, 328 Russell, Katherine M., 215 S Sample, R. Dewey, 160, 229 Sandoe, Iames, 67, 163 Sayre, Elvin C., 227 Schmidt, Martin F., 152, 176, 191, 251 Schroeder, Paul G., 138 Sibell, Muriel V., 157 Simmerinq, S. L., 116, 139, 151 Slaton, William H., 175, 176, 239 Snively, L. Clifton, 139 Sowers, Don C., 176, 239 Spencer, Dr. F. R., 243 Stanley, Dorothy, 31, 138 Stearns, Robert L., 7, 8, 9, 20, Sprowls, Ioseph, 191 138 Storke, Frederic P., 23, 138, 231 Stribic, Frances P., 138, 141 Sutherland, Blanche, 173 Swayne, Ida L., 21, 138, 155 T Thoman, W. H., 173, 225 Thompson, W. O., 160 Toepelman, Walter C., 160 Trucksess, Frederick C., 157 U Udick, Bernice, 156 V Vaille, Rebecca W., 221 Van Duzee, Mabel, 138 Van Ek, lacob, 21, 154 Van Valkenburgh, Horace B., 170 W Wagner, Charles A., 151, 225 Wahlstrorn, E. E., 251 Wakeham, Glen, 153, 170 Warner, Ralph E., 156 Washburn, Homer C., 22, 152, 225, 239 Waugh, Richard C., 170 Weihoien, Henry P., 23 West, Edward 1., 163, 166 Whaley, R. M., 138 Wheldon, Marjorie, 156 White, Briggs 1., 191 Whiting, Mrs. Maude C., 138, 178 Williams, Anna W., 38, 155, 187 Witt, Norman F., 3, 25, 152, 191 Wolcott, Frank H., 231 Wolcott, Mrs. Rosetta B., 156 Wolle, Francis, 63, 138 Worcester, P. G., 138, 160 Y Yancey, Myra, 156 A Able, Ann Elizabeth, 96, 215 Able, Charles Robert, 233 Ackermann, lohn R., 54, 174 Adamlcewech, Adeline Marie, 189 Adams, lames Addison, 241 Adams, Iohn, 235 Adams, Robert Rapson, 241 Adkinson, Eleanor Doris, 106 Adkinson, Evelyn Ruth, 106 Adler, Richard Leedy, 241 Afton, William Emory, 231 Alberg, Charles Stanley, 17 Albert, Ieanne, 213 Alderman, lohn Edward, 251 Alexander, C. Houston, 106, 183, 203 STUDENT INDEX Atkinson, lames Barkman, 96, 237 Aurand, Robert Adair, 54, 174 Austin, Betty Lou, 202, 219 Austin, Dianne, 54, 156 Austin, lane, 96, 209 Austin, Robert Harold, 54, 176, 223, 257 Ayer, Robert, 223, 255 B Baab, Eleanor Lucille, 203 Babcock, Margaret, 106 Bacheller, Frank Flanagan, 237 Baier, Clement Michael, 96, 189 Bain, Edward McNair, 183 Bains, Robert Reese, 171 Alexander, Robert Bruce, 227 Alford, Helen Ieanette, 106, 130, 221 Allen Arthur Thomas, 160 Allen, Elizabeth, 96, 130, 221 Allen, lohn T., 231 Allen, Lucille, 130, 131 Allen, Allen, Allen Luella lane, 178, 182, 184 Margie Lou, 106, 215 Walter Raymond, 253 Allison, Benjamin Thomas, 189 255 Allison, Vtfebster Charles, 241 Alpert, Arnold Burton, 146, 192 Amis, lean Torian, 96, 145, 216, 217, 270 Amonette, F. Mozelle, 96, 215 Ancell, Robert M., 54, 134, 174, 261 I Anderson, Barbara Culver, 187, 217 Anderson, Bill Iunior, 247 Anderson, Howard Alexander, 183 Anderson, lames Stanley, 54, 150, 173 Anderson, lean Elizabeth, 96, 221 Anderson, Marjorie Mae, 31, 145, 183, 188 Anderson, Marvin Daniel, 285 Anderson, Robert Edwin, 114, 251 Anderson, Robert Graham, 54 Andrew, Arian Donna, 106, 219 Andrew, Olive Louise, 106, 203 Andrews, Betty Ross, 156, 188 Appel, Walter Michael, 229 Applegate, Stanley, 30, 54, 134, 148, 171, 247 Archibald, Iames Glenn, 189, 237 Armstrong, Betty lane, 193 Armstrong, Sue Frances, 96, 217 Arnold, Christian Kieffer, 163 Arnold, Bud, 241 Arnold, Frank Ames, 299 Arnold, Walter Daniel, 302 Asbury, Wallace Edgar, 257 Ashby, Gerald loseph, 231 Ashton, Leila Richards, 211 Atkeison, Agness Ann, 106 Atkinson, David Gates, 54, 223, 237 Baker, Dorothy losephine, 29, 189 Baker, Elbert E., 233 Balderston, George Glen, 80, 153, 190 Baldwin, Edward Noyes, 257 Ball, lack W., 80, 153, 241 Ball, Mary Ellen, 131, 221 Ballantine, lane Marie, 54, 130, 219 Balleisen, Robert Norman Wil- liam, 106, 241 Barber, Sally Ann, 106, 219 Barbour, William Ernest, 241 Barnes, Clara Maybelle, 29, 54, 134, 141, 186, 210 Barnes, Robert Earle, 299 Barnett, Robert Charles, 173, 225 Barney, Glenn Harvey, 184 Baroch, George Frank, 189 Barr, Iacqueline Marie, 80, 186 Barrego, Roger Steven, 189 Barrett, Coranelle Campbell, 96, 186, 221 Barris, Donald Fredrick, 285 Barrish, Anthony Ioseph, 291 Barry, Donald Shearon, 173, 251 Barry, Patricia, 96, 211 Barstow, Virginia Lee, 205 Bartels, Barbara, 219 Bartels, Martha Caroline, 205 Barth, lack Edward, 80, 174 Bartlett, Richard Adams, 158, 253 Barton, Beverly Ann, 54, 222 Bartram, lohn Webster, 80, 128, 153, 178, 228, 229 Bartram, Marian Louise, 106, 128, 221 Bashore, Harry William, 96, 182, 253 Basinger, Bonnie Belle, 182, 184, 192 Basinger, Clinton Claire, 182 Bass, Bert Lee, 96, 160, 239 Bass, Mary Elizabeth, 54, 191 Bassett, Marion, 203 Bates, Esther Virginia, 189 Bauer, Betty lanice, 178 Baugh, Robert Loren, 299 Baum, Arthur W., 301 Beaber, Calvin Henry, 96 Beaber, Howard Charles, 80, 173 Beach, lames loseph, 80, 174 Beach, lohn Roy, 54, 167, 184 Beam, Orville, 114, 227 Beamer, Georgia Marguerite, 205 Beamer, lune Louise, 211 Bear, Anna Margaret, 182, 217 Beard, Margaret lane, 80, 217 Beavers, Iames Clifford, 235 Beck, Lena Evelyn, 96, 203 Beck, Ivan Grover, 54 Beck, Lewis Alfred, 251 Becker, Iohn Ioseph, 96, 237 Becktell, Marvin lack, 261 Bedford, Sidney McHenry, lr., 54, 172 Bedortha, Barbara, 55, 154, 219 Beebe, Marion Erma, 106, 213 Beery, lean Louise, 106 Bein, Louis F., 80 Bein, Margaret lane, 106, 130, 182, 215 Beitman, Raymond Everett, 160 Belders, George Olmstead, 241 Bell, Donald Manby, 217 Bell, Margery Nixon, 106, 187, 219 Bell, Mariamne Elizabeth, 203 Bemis, Edwin Arnold, 80, 86, 233 Bennett, Betty Dolores, 145, 186 Bennett, Charles Edward, 55 Bennett, Elizabeth Lillian, 215 Bennett, Ieanne Marty, 217 Bennett, Virginia Lorraine, 55, 153 Bennion, Ben Winimer, 96, 237 Benson, Henry Ross, 171, 233 Benster, Dixon Ware, 132, 183 Bentson, Carol Christine, 211 Berenbaum, Zelie Abraham, 249 Berenbem, Abraham Lincoln, 249 Berg, Bertha Elizabeth, 106 Berger, Louis Robert, 191 Berglund, Everett R., 55, 191 Bergman , Edwin Andrew, 183 Bergman, Raymond David, 173 Bergman, Robert Herman, 183, 225 Bergman , Roy Harold, 225 Bermbach, Florence Louise, 211 Bernstein, Philip Maurice, 128 Beroni, Ernest, 189 Berry, Charles Edward, 233 Berry, Robert Gerald, 189 Bessee, Robert Frank, 243 Best, lane Hazard, 96 Betson, Lloyd Claude, 174 Bible, Anna Marie, 165, 189, 193 Biegel, Albert Cisler, 153, 162, 167, 253 Biggs, William Marion, 173 Bigum, William Haines, 182 Billington, Carmen, 55, 188, 207 Biossat, Barbara leanne, 96, 217 Biossat, Nancy, 96, 217 Biossat, Suzanne, 217 Birk, Margaret Louise, 55, 80, 138, 156, 186 Birk, Mary Frances, 80, 192 Bivans, Roberta Ve Nola, 55 Blain, Elaine E., 205 Blair, Walter Robb, 245 Blake, Venus Ruth, 145, 186, 188 Blakeslee, lames Franklin, 96 Blanchard, Mary Ann, 276 Bledsoe, Mary lo, 55 Bliss, Arthur Allen, 241 Bliss, Walter Ernest, 231 Bloch, lules N., 115 Bloom, William, 154, 249 Bloomquist, Charles David, 191 Boatright, Mary Esther, 96, 191 Boatright, Robert Brant, 26, 237 Block, Paul Kenneth, 55, 139, 148, 173 Boice, Paul Mortimer, 156 Boland, lohn A., 237 Bonato, Louis Nicholas, 189 Bond, Betty Io, 211 Bond, lean, 211 Bone, lack Norman, 80, 191 Bonham, Robert Guyer, 55, 176, 243 Bonner, Shirley Anne, 203 Boorman, Erie Van, 80, 175, 176, 241, 299 Boost, Albert Thomas, 106, 237 Borello, Adolfo Frank, 189 Bosin, Calvin Stewart, 255 Bosin, Priscilla Ann, 215 Boutcher, Ben Clarence, 183 Bovard, lean Stewart, 28, 141, 154, 210, 211 Bowen, Eleanor, 96, 130, 213 Bowers, Robert Dan, 215 Bowles, Walter Arra, 190, 191, 303 Bowman, Frank lohn, 292 Bowman, Robert Bruce, 106, 176 Boyce, loseph Michael, 259 Boyd, Berlin, Ir., 128, 139, 148, 170, 177, 237 Boyd, David Milton, 80, 171, 253 Boyd, Robert Clark, 55, 149, 172, 177, 191, 237 Boyd, Robert Gorton, 172 Boyd, Thomas Milton, 152, 153 Boyle, Herbert Mathew, 115 Boyle, Marion Elizabeth, 55, 217 Boyle, Richard Earl, 243 Braddock, Christine Mary, 96 Bradford, William Conoly, 27, 55, 231 Bradley, William Newell, 247 Bradshaw, leanne, 56, 203, 222 Bradshaw, Ioel C., 191 Braclt, Virginia Helen, 111 Brady, Mary lane, 106, 189 Bragg, George Scott, 239 Brainard, Christy Lou, 211 Brainerd, Arthur Edward, 192, 233 Brainerd, Clarice Arlene, 96, 182, 203 Brandt, Walter Albert, 245, 292 Brannaman, loan, 56, 213 Brawner, Iohn Douglas, 80, 134, 148, 150, 173, 177,213 Bray, Lyle, 26, 31, 134, 170, 171 Brown , Betty Louise, 106, 203 Brown, Brown, Brown, Clement McCune, 233 Clifford Grant, 56 Douglas Kirby, 253 Page Brown, Elizabeth lean, 96 Brown, Helen Beth, 187 Brown, lames Nathan, 30, 56, 142, 176, 233 Brown, Myron Lewis, 191 Brown, Nannie Catherine, 97 Brown, Robert Lee, 183 Brown, Wilbur Clyde, 80, 245 Brown, Woodrow Everett, 153 Browning, Ernestine Billie, 217 Bruce, Aldon Hiler, 106 Bruce, Sydney Clyde, 30, 56, 139, 148, 149, 172 Bryan, Howard Criffield, 173 Bryant, Betty Anne, 56, 97, 130, 215 Bryant, Robert Edmand, 158, 251 Bryant, Vernon Rae, 56, 190 Buchanan, Betty Belle, 128 Buchanan, lohn William, 56, 128, 132, 179 Buckingham, Alice Margaret, 188, 189. 203 Campbell, Robert, 233 Campbell, Vt7illiam, 235 Caranci, Roland, 290 Carbrey, Robert, 57, 134, 139, 149, 172, 177 Card, lustin, 223, 242, 243, 290 Carden, Anna Mae, 106 Carey, Charles, 231 Carlin, Charles, 57, 241 Carlson, Betty, 97, 203 Carlson, Delmar, 57, 158, 168 Carmasino, Iosephine, 107 Carmichael, Clieve, 57, 175 Carpenter, Charles, 174, 245 Carpenter, Howard, 171 Carpenter, Vesta, 57 Carpenter, William, 97 Carper, Raymond, 114 Carr, Doris, 107, 205 Carr, Iohn, 239 Carr, lohn Winfield, 259, 299 Carrico, Helen, 107, 200, 213,, 300 Carrington, lanet, 97, 231 Bucknam, lcseph Robert, 81, 253 Buester, Shirlie Durand, 106, 182, 217 Bugg, Morris Newton, 105 Bulrgy, Theodore F., 56, 173 Burqner, Noma Lora, 188 Burke, Betty Lenor, 106, 182, 217 Burke, Martha Louise, 106, 213 Burkharclt, Alfred Otto, 106, 253 Burley, Gertrude Louise, 205 Burnham, Catherine Mary, 81, 130, 186 Burr, lohn Phillip, 245 Burrell, Charles Walter, 139, 149 Burson, Clarence Alvin, 191 Burt, Lawrence Strite, 51, 56, 134, 174, 223, 260, 261 Carroll, William, 189, 237 Carson, Donald, 107, 163 Carson, Gweneth, 145, 188 Carter, Dixie, 97, 182 Carver, Dorothy, 271 Carver, Harold, 184 Case, Douglass, 81, 173, 251 Case, Margaret, 97, 173 Casey, Clara Lou, 57, 219 Cassell, Hope, 57, 156, 203 Cates, William, 245 Catlin, 191 Caton, Willard, 239 Cawley, lohn, 138, 164, 167, 192, 264 Cesario, Dominic, 57, 182, 189, 239, 265, 303 Burzlander, William A., 177 Busch, Floyd Henry, 56, 139, 149 261, 272 Buschmann, Charles Severin, 245 Bush, Walden Everette, 146, 245 Chadbourne, Corabelle, 81, 221 Chamberlain, Verna, 81 Chance, Anna Margaret, 57, 179 Chandler, Barbara, 217 Butcher, Bert B., 56, 255 Butler, Anna luanita, 182 Butler, lohn Munroe, 191 Butler, 'Theda Aileen, 56 Butterfield, Rupert B., 253, 285 Button, Virginia Arvilla, 1.30, 143, 155,214,215 Byler, loseph N., 154 Byrne, Ioe Lemuel, 97, 251 Byrne, Mary Helen, 189 Busley, Gordon, 245 C Cabibi, Sabio Philip, 115, 189, 237 Calderwood, Stanford, 31, 129, 182 Caldwell, Betty Io, 106, 221 Callaway, Erma Ruth, 97, 145, 184, 185, 204, 205 Callow, Lloyd, 261 Chapman, Charles, 147, 172, 183 190 Chapman, Frank, 133 Chapman, Grace, 211 Chartier, Shirley, 107, 130, 215 Chase, Peggy, 130, 166, 188, 219 Chastian, Hugh, 229, 235, 303 Chenburg, Marlin, 131, 243 Chitwood, Douglas, 257, 285 Christensen, Darleene, 97, 145 Christensen, Edward, 191 Christensen, Mary, 29, 57 Christensen, Paul, 182 Christopher, 1. Richard, 97, 237 Christy, Betty Ann, 107, 219 Churidis, Robert, 107 Ciochetto, losephine, 189 Clark, Benjamin, 57, 176, 251 Clark Donald, 130,229 Clark, Duncan, 128 Clark Fred, 153 Clark ,Paul, 128, 158 Clarke, Kenton, 107 Cameron, Douglas, 97 Cameron, Patricia, 130, 217 Campbell, Agnes, 81 Campbell, Anna, 81, 155, 187 Campbell, Gail, 174 Campbell, lames, 56, 255 Campbell, Leonard, 189, 257 Campbell Louise Helen, 81 Page 339 Clarke, Terrel, 245, 255 Claus, Dorothy, 81, 129, 217 Claussen, Harry, 57, 146, 241 Claycomb, Donald, 251 Clayton, Leslie, 150, 173 Cleland, lane, 97, 211 Cleland, Pete, 233 Clemens, lohn, 57, 175 Clement, Pattie, 97, 217 Clements, Helen, 130, 217 Click, Marion, 243, 285, 288, 289 Clifford, Dorothy, 81 Cline, William, 57, 251 Clow, Donald, 233 Clutter, loseph, 153, 228, 229 Coburn, William, 237 Cochran, Dorothy, 187 Cochran, Harvey, 114 Coe, Harry, 81, 182, 243 Coffin, Barbara, 81, 182, 205, 222 Cogdell, Carolyn, 217 Coghlan, Terry, 255 Cohenour, Leo, 152, 153, 177, 189 Cohenour, William, 189 Cohn, Elise, 97, 145 Coit, Hubert, 247 Cole, Garth, 239 Cole, Mary Louise, 57, 141, 218, 219 Collier, I. PZ, 176, 251 Collins, Margaret, 107, 168, 189, 209 Colman, Clifford, 26, 57, 149, 259 Colver, Marvin, 174 Colvin, Elaine, 97, 145, 169, 209 Colwell, Kenneth, 175, 241 Combs, Caroline, 222 Combs, lay, 241, 285 Communal, Richard, 58 Conard, Robert, 58 Condon, Charles, 58, 251 Condon, Iohn, 115, 176, 251 Conkling, William, 81, 146, 171, 229 Conn, Herbert, 139, 149, 172, 177 Connett, Archie, 267, 292 Conrado, Charles, 150, 173, 190, 299 Conway, Mary Louise, 215, 302 Cook, Grace, 189 Cook, Harold, 134, 177, 249 Cooke, Ralph, 225 Coombs, Shirley, 97 Coon, Doris, 58, 182 Coon, Roxana, 81 Cooper, Alma, 156 Cooper, Catherine, 58, 192, 221 Cooper, Glenn, 152, 191, 255 Cooper, Lillian, 58 Cooper, Thomas, 5, 130, 140, 142, 223, 230, 231 Cope, Paul, 58, 242, 243, 299 Copeland, Anne, 192, 203 Copeland, Ida, 145, 178, 186 Corbin, Warren, 97, 144, 256, 257 Corbo, Robert, 189 Corlett, Mary, 189, 193 Cornelius, Marjorie, 81, 211 Corske, Sylvia, 177 Corson, Marion, 97, 145, 215 Coss, Claude, 173 Coulson, H. Clyde, 58 Coulson, Herbert Murray, 225, 285 Coulter, Robert, 246, 247 Counley, Richard Toillion, 231 Counter, Helen Marguerite, 97, 128, 130, 145, 221 Courtney, Howard Clifford, 81 Cowden, lames Harp, 82, 130, 146, 156, 251, 303 Cowen, Homer Charles, 107 Cowen, Virgil E., 58, 170, 171 Cowgill, David Samuel, 255 Cowgill, Ioseph Samuel, 82, 153 Cox, Woodward Spencer, 285 Coyle, lohn Francis, 58 Cozzetto, Frank Ioseph, 189 Cramer, lohn Belsh, 239 Creaghe, lack St. George, 243, 292 Creese, 1. Loren, 82, 239, 288, 299, 301 Cressman, Edmund Timmons, 58 Criley, Mary Elizabeth, 107 Crippen, Elizabeth Frances, 188 Crispell, Harold Leslie, 58, 134, 147, 172, 180, 183, 184 Crispin, Robert LeRoy, 247 Criswell, George Stuart, 179, 253 Crites, Melvin Vivian, 107, 255 Crompton, William Iohn, 243, 290 Crooks, Sheridan Russell, 134 Cross, Stanley, 158 Cross, Otto lay, 160 Crosswhite, Gwendolyn Annette, 107, 217 Crove, Stanley Reed, 237 Crowell, Doris C., 82 Crowell, Dorothy, 82 Crowley, Frances Louise, 107, 217 Crowley, Rolfe Warren, 97 Crum, Morris loseph, 229 Cruz, Edward Orlando, 189 Cullet, Amelia Inez, 189 Cultra, Sayre Elsworth, 255 Cuming, Iohn Gerald, 139, 148, 151, 244, 245 Cuningham, I. Western, 233 Cunkle, Charles Henry, 138 Cunningham, Robert Neil, 82, 172 Cunningham, Shirley, 107, 221 Curlee, Wayne, 331 Curtan, lohn Edward, 237 Curtis, Bernard Iohn, 191 Curtis, Gertrude, 107 Curtis, George William, 229 Curwen, lacques William, 107 Cusack, Christopher, 107 Custance, Adele Louise, 130, 182 221 Cuthbertson, Margaret Renee, 107 Cutting, Ianet Eileen, 168 D Dalby, Thomas E., 139, 148, 150, 173, 177, 254, 255 Dale, Frances Eileen, 189 Dale, Robert Louis, 259 Dameron, William Morris, 189 Daniel, Olen Dee, 253, 303, 306 Daniels, Patricia Doris, 107, 219, 305 Darden, William Henry, 115, 253 Darrah, Genevieve Irene, 82, 209 David, lennings Roy, 58, 172 David, Morton Morris, 171 Davison, Elaine Elizabeth, 58 Davidson, lohn Daniel, 173, 225, 285 Davidson, Morgan Williams, 245, 257, 289 Davies, Rees Howell, 172 1 William Dale, 261 L Davies, Stanton Wightman, 58 243 Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis Davis, Davis Davis Davis Davis, Davis Davis , Delacroix, Ir., 59, 174 Dorothy Lea, 107, 205 Harold Sanford, 58, 172 Kent, 261 Iohn Wesley, 285 lames Bradley, 171 Morgan, 244 Otto Duane, 257 Phyllis Anne, 107, 215 Russell Forest, 89 , Thomas A., 97, 257 Dawson, Dick Howard, 255 Day, Iames Barker, 115 Deahl, Harriett Eloise, 97 Deavenport, Mary Hope, 59, 132 DeBacker, Iohn Leopold, 183 deBelle, Millicent Mae, 207 Decker, Robert Bruce, 130, 243 Detfenbaugh, Manon Lee, 107, 203 Deiike, Iames R., 231 Degen, Louis R., 247 Dellinger, Mary Edwina, 107, 130, 217 Delliquadri, Carmen Leonard, 154, 189 Deming, Grant Leefe, 253 De Mott, Robert Earl, 115 Dergance, Genevieve, 205 Derham, Miol G., 138 Devalon, Earle Waldo, 82, 148, 170, 254, 255 Devalon, Esther Doretta, 107, 128, 213 DeVore, Wilfred Henry, 59, 173 Dexter, Robert Burns, 257 Dhanes, Lawrence Hugh, 42, 82 Dhanes, Lester William, 183 Dickinson, lohn Ray, 107, 131, 237 Dickinson, Sarah Lenore, 82, 209 Dicks, Merrill William, 59, 130, 152, 190, 328 Diez, Irvin Franklin, 183 Diez, lames Adrian, 183 Dilts, lra lay, Ir., 142 Dinner, Sidney Eligh, 59, 134, 173, 199, 249 Divisek, lo Anne, 82, 129, 221 Dobbins, Virginia Maud, 82, 154 Dobbs, Roy Lippincott, 97, 245 Dobbs, William Fisher, 107, 158, 245 Doctor, Eugene Wilson, 173 Dodson, Stanley Le Roy, 27, 59, 173, 223, 250, 251, Doll, Robert William, 230, 231 Dome, Gerald Leon, 189, 191 Donaldson, Arthur Root, 253 Donnen, Earl Martin, 183 Donnen, jane Elizabeth, 97, 215, 257 Donnen, Royal Charles, 255 Dorris, lim McMillan, 255 Dorsey, lohn Muir, 82, 253 Dostal, Adele Catherine, 82, 189, 213 Doty, Don Daniel, 97 Doty, Earl Edward, 191 Douden, Paul Alfred, 97, 130, 132, 146, 233 Doughty, Frederick Hamilton, 107 Edmondson, William Keith, 179, Douglas, Fred, 227 Douglas, Iohn, 245 Dove, Shirley, 59 Dow, Royal, 299 Dowling, Iohn Clarkson, 82, 192 Downing, Robert Ralph, 241 Downing, Roderick lames, 253 Downs, Samuel Newton, 130, 152, 190, 328 Doyle, Iohn Thomas, 107, 251 Drake, Marjorie Morrison, 59, 221 Draper, Eaton Hamilton, 59, 241 Dreier, Douglas Emerit, 59, 139, 148, 150, 173 Drescher, William lames, 59, 148, 150, 173, 177, 255 Drinkwater, lda lane, 221 Drinkwtaer, Ioan, 107, 221 Drinkwater, Ruth Leilani, 59, 221 Dryden, David lames, 30, 59, 175, 176 Dubin, Frank Israel, 60, 249 Dudgeon, lean Luise, 82, 188, 209 Dudgeon, Richard Ernest, 231 Duff, Shirley lean, 60 Duke, Dick Harding, 115 Dukes, Paul Clifton, 82, 245 Dunbar, Vern Abner, 138, 153, 170, 299 Dungan, Tschudy Fitz-Randolph, 83, 148, 170, 231 Dunham, lune Vinetta, 60, 155, 182, 187 Dunklee, David Vaughn, 115, 253 Dunklee, Dorcas Mary, 97, 128, 145, 182, 192 Dunn, Don Emerson, 237 Dunn, Paul loseph, 97, 251 Dupler, Paul Arnold, 158, 249 Duponte, Harold Lorrin, 115 Durham, Franklin Patton, 107 Duteau, Marguerite Virginia, 60, 205 Dutton, Vivian Alice, 60, 178 Duvall, Betty leane, 213 Dwyer, Charles Francis, 97 Dybdahl, Chris, 153 Dyde, Iames Farrell, 243 Dyde, lane Christina, 182, 219 Dymond, Wilma june, 97 Dyrenforth, William Philip, 107, 253 E Eastin, Christopher C., 60 Eastman, lane, 83, 209 Eaton, Ernest, 257 Eaton, lohn More, 241, 285 Eaton, Miffan, 60, 193 Echternacht, Charles Lewis, 83 Eckhardt, Bettie Carr, 83, 182, 186, 187 Eckhardt, George Conrad, 83, 231 Eckman, Le Naire Richard, 146, 170 Eckstein, Robert Donald, 108, 239 Eddy, Catherine, 155 Edmondson, Geraldine Louise, 90, 218 183, 225 Edmundson, Robert Taylor, 83, 130, 176, 231, 299 Edmundson, William Thomas, 98, 231 Edwards, Earles Imogene, 60, 211 Edwards, john Bartlett, 132 Edwards, Roy William, 108, 299 Eeckhout, Celena May, 60 Egan, Gladys Cinq-Mars, 221 Egan, Patricia, 221, 222 Ehlers, Carrol Walter, 158 Eichberg, Robert Levy, 83, 146 Eliason, Dora Madeline, 156 Ellerman, Amy Ruth, 29, 97, 145, 209 Ellington, Rey Truesdale, 108, 257 Ellis, Edith Rhoda, 188 Ellis, Edwin Davidson, 257 Ellis, Robert Daniel, 114, 231 Ellwood, Vincent, 255 Ellzey, Miriam Nancy, 60, 132, 141, 178, 220, 221 Elzi, Charles loseph, 83, 174, 235 Elzi, George Otis, 83, 183 Emery, Dick Hugh, 98, 246, 247 Emery, Dorotha May, 83, 137, 215 Emery, Dorothy Grace, 209 Emery, Wilson Barton, 241 Emeson, Abe, 60, 150, 173, 177 Emeson, Sidney Aaron, 60, 115, 158, 248, 249 Emeson, Stanley Eli, 146, 249 Emigh, Alonzo Martin, 114, 229 Empson, Holmes, lr., 245 Endicott, George Raymond, 60, 191 Engel, Mary Ellen, 215 Englund, lames Stanley, 174, 183, 187 Englund, Ruth Emmeline, 98 Enochs, Charles Shelton, 114, 245 Enochs, Robert lohn, 115, 245 Enslin, Vaughn, 98, 215 Ephland, Russel Kron, 243 Erickson, Marjorie Lillian, 108, 215 Erickson, Melvin lohn, 191 Esgar, lack Bernard, 108 Essig, Ethyln Virginia, 98, 217 Estep, Iay T., 60, 191 Estes, Archie I., 60, 174 Etter, Gretchen, 217 Etter, Robert Lee, 255 Evans, Calvin Edmond, 257 Evans, Lee, 30, 61, 176 Evans, Nancy Lila, 83, 209 Evans, George, 239 Evans, Volney Russell, 245 Evensen, Maurice Alwin, 115 Everhart, George E., 83 Ewing, Robert Elmer, 108 F Fagan, Lovilo Holmes, Ir., 182, 251 Fairchild, john, 167 Fairfield, William Golding, 115 Falk, Edna Moor, 28, 83, 133, 143, 165, 186, 189, 192 Fallon, lohn Thomas, 61, 139, 144, 148, 151 Falzgraf, Eleanor Lela, 29, 172, 177 Farr, Karl William, Ir,, 115, 231 Farrand, Iames, 116 Farrell, Elizabeth Peggy, 187,217 Faunce, lanice Marcine, 61, 209 Fay, Dorothy lean, 104 Federici, William Richard, 115, 189 Feldman, Herman H., 249 Fenaux, Emilie Alma, 189 Fenex, james Edward, 98, 253 Fenger, Fred Tucker, 246, 247 Fenn, Elizabeth Wallace, 219 Fenn, L. Marie, 98, 130, 145, 211 Fenner, Robert Maunsell, 104, 131, 231 Ferguson, Wayne C., 98, 179 Ferril, Anne Milroy, 165, 219 Ferril, Wilma, 184 Ferris, Eloise Elizabeth, 98, 219 Fesler, Dorothy Mae, 157, 276 Fey, Vernon Otto, 171, 247 Ficco, Dan, 189 Fickel, Margaret Elaine, 83, 221 Fields, Vivian Hope, 193 Fimple, Frank Billman, 243 Finch, Robert Philip, 104 Fischer, Charles William, 177 Fishel, Barbara Ruth, 98, 130, 145, 188, 221 Fisher, Benjamin Franklin, 30, 139, 148, 151, 174 Fisher, Bruce Fred, 241 Fisher, Charles Edward, 98, 153, 173, 253 Fisher, Howard Iackson, 241 Fisher, Robert Adolph, 61, 130, 139, 148, 171, 177 Fisher, William Dorrington, 166 Fisher William H., 61, 172 Fitzgerald, Bernard lames, 243 Fitzmorris, Stanley Ray, 83, 148, 149, 172, 177 Fladung, Paul Albert, 189 Flanagan, Earl Banks, Ir., 98 Flanders, Laurence B., 114 Flanders, Sara Ross, 104, 130, 215 Flatt, Ruth E., 211 Fleming, lohn Ioseph, 170 Fleming, Robert Glen, 31, 255 Fleming, Sally Meigs, 98, 130, 221 Fletcher, lohn Cullen, Fl, 104 Flinn, Willard L., 285 Flitner, David Mard, 253, 286 Flower, Charles Robert, 245 Floyd, Margaret Mae, 130, 163, 166, 219 Folawn, lohn Spencer, 251 Follum, Hugo B., 173 Folsom, MacGregor, 231 Ford, Charles Royal, 98, 229 Ford, Edmund I., 255 Ford, Wilbur Dennis, 245 Forester, Mary Frances, 83 Forney, john Lasley, 83, 153 Foster, Ward Elmer, 160 Fountain, joe William, 173 Page 340 Frause, Henry lohn, 26, 27, 182 Hamman, Larry Melton, 173 Fowler, Iames Randlett, 104 Fowler, William Robert, 259 Fox, lack lay, 154 Fox, Robert Eugene, 115 Frazier, Miles, 239 Frangos, Pete Gust, 61, 153, 170 Frank, Hazel Erma, 61 Frank, Lorenz Scott, 253 Frartkl, 1-lelen Maxine, 84, 189, 207, 222 Frankland, layne Miller, 84, 130, 210 Fredell, Francis Arthur, 61 Frederick, Charline, 26, 27, 28, 141, 255 Freedman, Ioseph Hyman, 61, 173 Friedrich, Robert Edward, 114 Frink, Robert Landell, 61, 233 Fritch, Emily lane, 29, 83, 84, 130, 188, 217 Frix, Hazel Estelle, 61 Fry, Harry Elton, 183 Thomas Henning, 207, 253 Fulker, Glenna Rosalie, 145 Fuller, Blaine William, 98, 171, 226, 229 Fuller, lackson Franklin, 98, 144, 170 Fuller, Ioe Reed, 285 Fuller, Melvin Otis, 243 Fuller, Wayne, 227 Funk, Clare Porter, 211 Funk, Helen, 104, 211 Fyler, Norman Francis, 189 G Gabelman, Charles Grover, 1.53, 182, 189 Gable, Harriet Anna, 105 Gade, 1-lilda Dortea, 157 Gaines, Bill, 229 Garwood, Charles Fosdick, 251 Gaines, Patricia Grace, 98, 182 Galantiere, 1-iarriette Ann, 193 Gallagher, lohn Thomas, 253 Gallatin, William loseph, 259 Galloway, Donald, 261 Gallegos, Bert A., 98, 183, 189 Garbanati, Bill, 144, 241 Garcia, Norma luanita, 138 Gardiner, Iames Edward, 249 Gardiner, William John, 160 Gardner, Hugh Gordon, 231, 292 Gardner, Margaret leanne, 29, 187, 211 Gardner, Paul Russell, 105, 251 Gardner, Paul William, 245, 251. Gardner, Richard Lennox, 61, 173, 251 Garland, Gordon Charles, 105 Garlington, Edward Lee, 183 Garrett, Donald Arthur, 61, 154 Garrett, Iames Kenyon, 251 Garrigan, Frank Andrew, 105, 255 Garst, Joseph Horace, 98, 144, 171, 253 Gasser, William Pope, 227 Gates, Philip Foster, 233 Gates, William C., 244 Gaunt, Galen Benjamin, 105, 241 Gay, Kenneth Brewster, 84, 94, 253 Page 341 Gaylord, Marydell, 211 Geiger, Iohn Proctor, 84, 130, 243 Gelwicks, Melvin George, 173, 245 Gemmill, Leonard Eicholtz, 253 George, Charles Maurice, 245 George, Gertrude Mae, 187 Gerbase, Claude Iosef, 223, 245 Gerhard, Paul Frederick, 179 Gerhard, Eleanor Patricia, 189 Germann, Lois Marie, 178 German, Richard, 170 Gessert, Edward C., 61, 172 Gessner, Fredric William, 253 Giacomini, Alfred William, 174, 177 Giarratano, Sylvia Mae, 139 Gibbon, Helen, 155 Gibby, Leigh, 259 Gibbs, 299, 302 Gibson, Agnes Marie, 105, Gibson, Ruth Virginia, 203 Gierhart, Nancy Mae, 209 Gilbert, Everett A., 190 Gilchrist, Ellis, 98, 172, 241 Gillan, Alice Elizabeth, 105 Gillen, Frances Rosalie, 61, 182 Gillespie, Olive Gloria, 191 Gillett, lean Elizabeth, 84, 143, 153, 155, 216, 217 Gillis, Suzanne Frances, 139, 154, 221 Girardo, Raymond Benny, 183 Gelleem, Iames, 245 Glannagan, E., 182 Glass, lames Madison, Ir., 231 Glassburn, Barbara Elaine, 105, 211 Glassburn, Ruthann, 187, 211, 220 Glaze, Gerald Adrian, 144, 259 Gleason, George Wilson, 84, 251 Gleissner, Ruth Henrietta, 98, 209 Goudge, Edwin Gerald, 255 Gowdy, leanne, 98, 191, 203 Grabow, Wilbur G., 98 Gradick, Geraldine Lee, 211 Graf, Elizabeth Carolyn, 98, 128, 145, 212 Graham, Edward Earl, 257 Graham, Hugh Summers, 84, 171, 239, 285, 290 Graham, Hamlin, 105 Graham, Robert Stuart, 105 Graham, Vernon Earl, 257 Granger, Alfred Peter, 189 Grant, Mary Ellen, 189 Grauberger, Donald B., 191 Graul, Robert, 247 Graves, Alma Mae, 84, 130, 185, 219 Graves, Margaret, 98 Gravestock, lohn Henry, 84, 131, 246, 247 Gray, Barbara Dixon, 84 Gray, Edna Ellen, 166, 167, 218, 219 Gray, Richard Charles, 243 Gray, Robert Hamilton, 105, 261 Grebow, Wilbur, 253 192, Hage, LeMoyne William, 229 Hage, Olaf Herman, 114, 229 Hoge, Werth, 149, 172, 177 HGQCJ, Kern Wesley, 99, 237 Hagg ard, Marjorie May, 106, 130, 187, 209 Hagn Hagu Hair, Hall, Hall, Hall, Hall, ey, Alice Harriette, 99 e, Hal Howes, 257 Verna Rose, 106, 203 lohn Kimbrough, 243 Lee, 99 Stanley David, 99, 243 Wesleyl-l., 243 Green, Bette lane, 105 Green, Charles E., 174 Green Green, , Esther Louise, 98, 221 130, 207 Glendening, William Lawrence, 174, 177 Glenn, William H. T., 115, 190 Gless, 149, George E., Ir., 139, 148, 172 Goalstone, Eugene David, 249 Goddard, Edward Harry, 174, 183 Goddard, Glen, 183 Goddard, lane Elizabeth, 98 Goddin, William, 261 Godsey, Geraldine May, 203 Godwin, lack Weston, 255 Goeder, Ruth Geraldine, 217 Goldberg, Margery Nelson, 105 Goldin, Roy O., 115, 168 Goldsmith, Iohn Frank, 128, 179 Goldstein, Gilbert, 115, 249 Gonzales, Anthony Ioseph, 189, 261 Gooding, Addison Gates, 255 Gooding, Ann Adele, 192 Goodwin, Mariam Marvin, 84, 191 Gordon, Bertrand David, 249 Gordon, Doris Lucille, 105, 203 Gordon, Helen Ioan, 105, 213 Gordon, Robert Mark, 183 Gormley, LaVerne, 229 Goss, Dorothy Mae, 105 Greenawalt, Betty Lee, 98, 215 Greenawalt, lean Noreen, 98, 145, 188, 189, 206, 207 Greene, Kenneth lohn, 173, 328 Greenwell, Iohn Leonard, 105 Greenwood, Richard Berry, 239 Greer, Gladys Irene, 99 Gregg, Albert Raymond, 149, 151 Gregg, Dorothy Ellen, 98, 182 Gregory, Henry Duval, 31, 99, 190 Greim, Betty Ann, 209, 505 Griffin, Dale Miller, Ir., 147, 183 Griffin, lda Louise, 99, 187 Griffith, Benjamin Twombly, 183 Griffith, William Gene, 84, 130, 176, 231 Grigs, William Edward, 99, 146 Griggs, Charlotte Rockwell, 84, 182, 217 Gromer, Carmen, 84 Gromer, lohn Newton, 233, 506 Gross, loseph Eugene, 157 Grove, Gene lustus, 244, 245 Groves, Helen LaRoux, 219 Grubin, Seaman, 292 Grum, Robert Matthew, 251 Gue, Willey Merrill, 172, 190 Gulinson, loe Lewis, 158 Gullard, Athelene, 211 Gumprecht, F. Charles, 172 Gunn, Willis Bernard, 84, 189 Gunning, Donald Henry, 85 Gurmatalcis, Angelo Tom, 148, 258, 259 Gustafson, Ann, 99 Gustavson, Charlotte Marie, 85, 221 H Haddon, Harold George, 99, 144, 146, 239 Haefliger, Maxine Shirley, 215 Halldorson, Wilbur Christian, 245 Ham, Marietta Louise, 203 Hamburg, George Robert, 252, 253 Hamilton, Percival Bales, 299 Hamilton, Walter Frederick, 160, 302 Hamm, Elizabeth Granger, 85, 217 Harnrnack, Calvin Miles, 172 Hampton, lacques Nicholson, 223, 260, 261 Hancock, Jeanne Lillian, 211 Haney, Charles Norman, 285 Hanford, Peter Oliver, 290 Hanigan, Virginia Pauline, 99, 219 Hankins, Albert Donald, 299 Hanks, George F., 62, 173, 177 Hanks, Sidney Floyd, 106 Hanks, Virginia Caihrine, 99, 187 Hanks, William Eugene, 253 Hanna, William lohnson, 106 Hannon, Reed Russell, 231 Hansen, Anna Louise, 85, 213 Hansen, Gordon Iohn, 235 Hansen 183 , Howard Adolph, 106, Hanson, Fred Reuben, 235 Hanson, lohn Eric, 226, 227 Hanson, Oscar Olaf, 191, 235 Harbert, lean, 106, 203 Hardesty, lohn Francis, 251 Hardesty, Marian, 62, 203 Hardin, Donald Carson, 106, 189, 253 Harding, Robert, 99 Harding, Virginia, 106 Hardy, Fred M., 114, 241 Hare, Francis Williams, 62, 153 Hartford, Beverly Io, 106 Hargreaves, Charles Henry, 62, 191 Haring, Barbara Lois, 106, 213 Harley, Glen E., 173 Harner, Elmer William, 62, 243 Harp, Robert Edwin, 191 Harpel, Elizabeth Marie, 62, 221 Harpel, Iames Correy, 233 Harper, Roberta Grace, 99, 213 Harreck, lulius, 255 Harrington, Mae Aileen, 106 Harris, Benjamin B., 99, 146 Harris, 1. Donald, 171 Harris, Leatha May, 28, 85, 128, 206, 207, 222 Harris, Robert Blynn, 62, 134, 139, 147, 150, 173, 177, 183 Harris, Ruth Helen, 106, 209 Harrison, Hal McDougall, 170, 246, 247 H 183, 251 Harrison, Virginia Wilson, 130, 145, 219 Harrison, Mary Anabel, 99, 191, 205 Harry, Mary Frances, 99, 191 Harsh, Ferrin Gilbert, 176, 237 Hart, Byron, 257 Hart, William lohn, 99, 171, 251 Harter, Earl Frederick, 229 Hartman, Agnes Ruth, 184 Hartman, Clyde Earl, 62, 172 Hartmann, Raymond Francis, 189 Hartquist, Donald Emmett, 189 Harvey, lack Arthur, 140, 142, 252, 253 Harwood, Nancy Lee, 106, 219 Hasenauer, Catherine Ann, 106, 213 Hatch, Betty lean, 106, 187 Hatch, Lola lane, 62, 187, 264 Hatton, Howard Timothy, 183 Haughey, Susanne Gene, 31, 85, 130, 132, 133, 209 Hauptmann, Carl Ioseph, 183, 189 Hawes, Betty Love, 107, 130, 221 Hawkins, Dorothy Iune, 62, 168 Hawkins, Elwood Smith, 251 Hawkins, George Lucille, 30 Hawkins, Horace Melvyn, 247 Hawley, Ioseph W., 237 Hawley, Robert Cross, 130, 203 Hawley, Robert William, 50, 237, 292 Hawthorne, James Harrison, 114, 237 Hayashi, Harry H., 85 Hayne, Clarence Wilber, 231 Hays, Frank L., 50, 130, 233 Hays, Raymond August, 261 Hayutin, Arthur Benjamin, 50, 249 Head, Marjorie Alice, 50 Heath, Marcella lean, 50 Hecker, Catherine, 207 Heckman, Earl Landis, 174, 183 Hedde, Iohn Ernest, 255 Hedgecock, Glenn Alva, 251, 292 Heeb, Charles, 244, 245, 285 Heft, Edward Frank, 231 Heil, Babette Springer, 99 Heim, Betty Lou, 99 Heitzler, Albert Henry, 243 Hellestein, Marvin Harold, 50, 249 Hempel, Hugh William, 173 Hempt, Fred Edward, 209 Henderson, Helen, 188, 215 Henderson, Margaret Anne, 29, 162 Hendler, Irwin, 248, 249, 303, 304 Hendricks, Donn William, 250, 251 Hennessey, Edward Granville, 189 Hennrich, Stephen Lee Roy, 183 Henrikson, Warren P., 259 Henshaw, Phyllis lean, 50, 211 1-Ienwood, Bob, 182 Herron, Margaret Louise, 99, 153 Hershey, Herbert, 249 Hertha, Helen Catherine, 85 Herzberger, Iames Robert, 62, 177, 251 Hesselbine, lane Marie, 189, 209 Hester, lohn Hutchinson, 172 Heuston, William Curtis, 50, 237 Heyer, Albert William, Ir., 99, 183 Hickey, Beatrice Elaine, 99, 219 Hickey, Iames Dale, 142, 182, 257, 285 Hickman, lim Oliver, 99, 129, 243, 287 Hicks, Richard Clayton, 233 Hiester, Clifton B., Ir., 189, 192, 233 Hiester, Robert Arthur, 50, 237 Higgs, Virginia Kathryn, 99 Higinbotham, Ivan, 239 Higman, Howard H., 154 Hill, Evelyn Mildred, 62, 191 Hill, Llora Deane, 130 Hill, Ralph lulian, 237 Hills, Velora Annette, 85, 155, 186 Hills, Willard Hurnbert, 62, 190 Hillyard, Gerald Ryan, 233 Hindes, Charles Albert, 255 Hinds, Ioseph Thomas, 99, 253 Hines, William Armitage, 152, 153, 163, 182, 190, 192 Hines, Curtis, 235 Hinshaw, Iohn M., 255 Hinshaw, Richard Ierome, 225 Hipps, C. lack, 26, 27, 99, 153, 230, 231 Hitchcock, William Kenneth, 85, 256, 257 I-lite, Fred Richard, 115, 241 Hite, Garth Eugene, 166 Hobbs, Henry Charles, 239 Hobbs, loseph Thomas, lr., 85, 170, 171, 177,251,299 Hockensmith, Frank Marshall, 192, 237 Hodge, lohn Austin, Ir., 63, 134, 139, 146, 148, 171, 177, 223, 226, 227 Hodges, Frances Reynolds, 63, 211 Hodges, Richard Howard, 241 1-Ioelsher, Paul Kenneth, 259, 303 Hoffman, Harold Carlton, 229 Hogue, Walter Robert, 85 Holdridge, Donald Shethar, 115 Holman, Bob Edward, 251 Holmes, Kenneth, 146 Holmes, Horace Burbank, 115, 255 Holmes, lames Boyd, 152, 191 Holmes, William Kendall, 241 1-Ioltkamp, Dorsey Emil, 86 Homan, Lee Warren, 107, 227 Homsher, Herbert Ellwell, Ir., 183 Honeywell, Iessie Katherine, 186 Hood, Samuel Bower, 173 Hooker, Bernice Thelma, 187 Hooker, Ruth Evelyn, 163, 188 Hoover, Herbert, 179 Hoover, Sam Stohr, 243 1-Iopfinger, Charles Francis, lr., 261 Hopkins, Iohn Marken, 255 Horne, Katherine Eleanore, 182, 203 Horstman, Delbert Henry, 191 Horton, Marguerite Allen, 203 Hosp, Roy Paine, 190 Hotchkiss, Calvin, 247 Hotchkiss, Evelyn May, 63 Hotchkiss, Gwendolyn Ethel, 63 Hotchkiss, Norman Brandeis, 114, Houk, Ivan E., Ir., 173 Hover, Robert Lewis, 231 Howe, Iohn Wesley, 191 Howell, Dean Howard, 85 Howlett, Lewis U., 251 Howlett, Robert Eugene, 251 Howry, Douglass Hamilton, 233 Hubbard, lane Claire, 189, 207 Huelskemper, Marian Louise, 107, 203 Huey, Millicent Belle, 63, 186 Hulme, Maryjoel, 85 Humphreys, Everyl Clarke, 63, 130, 132, 215 Humphreys, Mary Eleanor, 85, 209 Hungerford, Gordon, 153, 170 Hunsinger, Wade Clifford, 63 Huntington, Dorothy Allison, 145, 192 Hunt, Ivy Garrett, 233 Huppe, Bernice Marie, 107 Huss, Barbara, 100 Huss, Mark Crandall, 158, 168, 228, 229 Hutchinson, Betty, 28, 86, 218, 220, 221 Hutchinson, Dudley, 27 Hutchison, Marion Lamar, 31, 63, 190 Hutton, Mary Patricia, 63, 192 Hutton, Richard Iames, 241 Hyde, Allan Dennis, 189 Hyde, William Henry, 100, 241 Hyder, Hugh M., 107, 238 I lames, I. Colin, lr., 114, 233 Iames, lohn Maurice, 146, 229 Ianison, David Eli, 128 Iankovsky, Kenneth Adolph, 86, 146, 153 Iansen, Iune Beatrice, 107 lanuary, Ieanne, 86, 219 leep, Victor I., 253 Ienkins, Raymond, 144, 252, 253, 285, 287, 289 lennings, Hugh Frederick, 100, 247. 253 Iennings, Ianice L., 100, 209 lens, lean Ellen, 85, 221 lensen, Norman William, 86, 257 Iett, Iune Beatrice, 100 lewell, Aileen Anne, 108, 131, 209 Iohns, Mitchel Brady, 190 lohnson Barbara Louise, 63 Iohnson, Betty Louise, 86, 100 Iohnson, Charles Phillip, 227 Iohnson Earle George, 63, 253 Iohnson Edgar L., 257 lohnson Gordon H., 173 Iohnson, Henry Iulius, 251 Iohnson Henry Walter, 229 Iohnson 1. Fred, lr., 63, 147, 183, 190 Iohnson, lames Edward, 226, 227 Iohnson, Ioyce Fosket, 100 Iohnson Kenneth Edward, 261 lohnson Kenneth Raymond, 183 Iohnson Lloyd Goode, 251 Iohnson Lycurgus W., 64, 225 Iohnson Marguerite Emily, 64, Idler, Lester Eugene, 299 Idler, Quentin Eugene, 300 130, 192, 214, 215, 222 Iohnson, Marion Betty, 213 lohnson, Melinda Elizabeth, 100 Iohnson, Robert Burnhardt, 64, 139, 140, 142, 148, 151 Iohnson, Robert Iames, 237 Iohnson, Robert Leroy, 27, 64, 152, 191 Iohnson, William D., 259 Iohnson, Alfred LeRoy, 183 Iohnson, Barbara, 100, 187, 213 lohnston, Richards Harvey, 108, Idler, H., 182 lford, Nell Frances, 100 Iles, Georgene Cora, 100, 130, 213, 221 lrnmel, Iohn Richard, 63, 151, 174, 177, 257 Inabu, Ruth Chiyeko, 154, 168 Ingalls, Patricia Geraldine, 86 Ingersoll, Marjorie Helen, 86, 209 Ingles, lames Maxwell, 173, 255 lngwersen, William B., 63, 129, 176, 233 Ingwersen, lean Corinne, 219 Inman, Robert Dale, 182, 251 Irby, Glenn lay, 132 Ireland, Betty Elizabeth, 86, 130, 142, 219 lrey, Betty lane, 219 Irish, Donald Paul, 183 I Iacobs, Rollo Edwin, 233 Iacobson, Alice lean, 63, 177 Iacobson, Olof Hildebrand, 233 Iacobson, Oscar Bayard, 150, 233, 237 Iaggers, Virginia Loraine, 107, 203, 290 Iames, Elsie Marie, 300 207 Iolley, Virginia Dove, 130, 215 Iolley, Grace Catherine, 193 Iones, Carolyn Elizabeth, 213 Iones, Dan Brown, 130, 231 Iones, Adele, 207 lones, Walter, 235 Iones, Iames Richards, 115 Iones, loseph Lee, 134, 150, 173, 226, 227 Iones, Maurine, 86, 187 Iones, Patricia lean, 86, 100, 132 Iones, Robert LeRoy, 64, 173, 253 Iordon, Robert William, 108, 251 Iorgensen, Walter, 253, 282 lorgensen, Robert, 251 Ioseph, Rubydonna, 145, 182 Iovanovich, William lliya, 130, 230. 231 Ioynson, Barbara May, 182 luchem, Wilhelmina May, 100, 205 K Kadish, Harvey Arnold, 128, 249 Page 342 L Katt, Albert Ernest, 100, 128, 146, 205 Kalcevic, Frances Barbara, 29, 64, 187 Kane, Sara Ruth, 182 Kapushion, Helen Marie, 100, 189 Karsh, Frank Lloyd, 128, 249 Katz, George, 153 Kearney, loseph William, 189 Keating, Billy Luby, 225 Keely, Mary Morrison, 108, 219 Kehn, Edward Anton, 64, 147, 183 Kellerman, Marguerite Marie, 221 Kelley, Mary Ann, 64 Kelley, Charles Russell, 115 Kelley, Dave, 229 Kellner, Harvey William, 183 Kellogg, George Arthur, lr., 64, 174 Kellogg, Richard Webster, 100, 174 Kellogg, Robert M., 235 Kelly, Clyde Leon, 239 Kelsall, Fred Anderson, 173 Kelso, Iayne Inez, 217, 508 Kelso, Lorraine R., 28, 31, 86, 143, 157 Kemler, Mary Virginia, 86, 213 Kemp, Fred Albert, 115 Kernpton, Katherine Arms, 86, 213 Kendall, Anna Margaret, 207 Kendrick, loan Victoria, 64, 141, 182, 208, 209, 222 Kennedy, Clyde Brockman, 64, 247 Kennedy, Leon Gray, 233 Kennedy, Patricia Eileen, 28, 64, 188, 202, 203, 222 Kenney, Francis Woodbury, 64, 170, 190 Kephart, Florence Mae, 64 Keppeler, Dorothy Louise, 207, 508 Kerr, lohn Harold, 182, 189, 251 Kidney, Rhobie Anne, 182, 189 Kikel, Mike Rudy, 189 Kimbrough, Elise lean, 64, 163, 165,167,192,215 Kincaid, Robert Dan, 257 Kincaid, William Murphey, lr,, 100, 245 Kindall, Lloyd Elmer, 237 Kindall, Suzann Hall, 215 Kindel, George, 170 King, Melvin Herbert, 182 Kingsley, lean Katherine, 132 Kinsley, Barbara Ellen, 65, 132, 216, 217 Kiplinger, Elwyn Milo, 100 Kirby, Richard Alfred, 183, 508 Kirchner, Robert Marvin, 243, 508 Kirkpatrick, Leighton Daniel, 257 Kisler, G. William, 86, 237, 303 Klatt, Ronald Duane, 261 Klindworth, Robert, 303 Kline, Barbara Emily, 100, 187 Knapp, Lealand Morley, 245 Knaus, Iames Harvey, 171 Knous, Robert Lee, 237 Knous, William lohn, 115, 237 Page 343 Knowles, Lucky, 143, 185, 219 Knowles, Robert Reiley, 231, 292, 508 Knox, lack, 229 Knuckey, Alma Louise, 65, 178, 213 Knudson, Charlina, 203 Koehler, Lloyd, 175 Koehler, M. Natalie, 191, 205 Kohl, Rita Anne, 189, 213 Koonce, Mary Marguerite, 130. 189, 203, 508 Korr, Irving, 183 Kotas, Donald Edward, 100 Kraeger, lohn, 245 Krapf, Dorothy Iustine, 65, 207 Kratville, Robert Eagan, 247 Kreidler, Iohn Edward, 253 Krier, Iewell Marguerite, 100, 189, 213 Kronenberger, Phillip lohn, 225 Krone, Ruth Lee, 211 Kuentzel, Lester Everette, 147, 183 Kuntz, Guy Theodore, 134 Kurland, Anthony Morrison, 153, 249 Labagh, Iohn Charles, 257 Lake, lohn Earl, 508 Lake, Winifred Marjorie, 213 Lamb, Betty lo, 100, 145, 211 Lambert, William Thompson, 253 Lambeth, Phyllis Lee, 130, 215 Landen, lack Louis, 251 Landis, Maxine Marie, 108 Landrum, lohn William, 241 Lane, lames Murray, 65, 170, 253 Lang, Robert Raymond, 65, 139, 140, 142, 172, 258, 259 Lanza, Dennison, 189 La Rocca, loe Paul, 191, 285 Larrick, lames Howard, 233 Larrick, Newton Parish, 233 Larson, lack Lester, 233 Larson, Robert Orin, 100, 165 La Torra, Marian Louise, 145, 217 Laucomer, Iulia Mae, 65 Lauth, Robert Warren, 65, 139. 151, 174, 177 Lavington, Dorothy lean, 130, 182, 186 Law, Richard David, 245 Law, Walter Eugene, 253 Lawler, Harold LeRoy, 86, 130, 171 Lawler, Robert Warren, 86, 247 Lawrence, Walter David, 147 Lay, Harry Toulrnin, 253 Layher, Franklin Herman, 245 Leach, Daniel Clyde, 255 Learned, Gordon W., 100, 144, 250, 251 Leary, Margaret, 100, 215 Ledbetter, Bettie layne, 203 Lee, Barbara Ann, 215 Leet, Theodore William, 68 Le Fevre, Herbert William, 253 Leh, Marcus Calvin, 168, 172, 241 Lehmer, Phillips Thain, lr., 257 Leisenring, Carol Ann, 65 Lemoine, Lowell, 239 Lemen, Lewis Iames, 233 Lentz, Iohn Willie, 259, 292 Lenzini, Michael George, 108, 189, 241 Leonard, Aubrey Glen, 173 Leppla, Charles Fred, 247 Lerner, lacob, 130, 249 Lesser, William lames, 237, 299 Letford, Kathryn Kiteley, 65, 213 Leventhal, Harold Elliott, 249 Le Veque, Ebolee Roberts, 213 Levy, Sarn Albert, 182, 243, 303, 305 Lewis, Gayle Henry, 108 Lewis, Beatrice Adien, 100, 186, 187 Lewis, Glen, lr., 229 Lewis, lack William, 65, 257 Lewis, Iohn F., 225 Lewis, Martha Elizabeth, 65 Lewis, Roy Bradley, 225 Lewis, Walter William, 174 Lichtenstein, Alvin David, 115, 167, 223, 248 Liedike, lack H., 245 Lien, Leinad Elizabeth, 100, 145, 217 Liggett, Iohn Tedford, Ir., 231 Light, E. Eugene, 100, 172, 225 Light, Elizabeth lean, 168, 203 Light, Garver, 151, 174, 177 Light, William Craig, 231 Lightburn, Iohn Luther, 128, 241 Likins, Corwin Hale, 108 Linck, Catherine lean, 100, 221 Lindblad, Carl Iohn, 233 Lindblad, Elsa G., 177 Lindsay. Vivian Nadine, 108, 215 Liner, Carl Alfred, 87, 190 Linkletter, Ethel lean, 29, 87, 89, 128, 186, 188 List, Alvin Frederick, lr., 231 Littlejohn, Donald Albert, 87, 149 Littrell, Shirley Mae, 108 Livesay, Iames C., 65, 149, 172, 239 Lochtrog, Donald Frederick, 146 Lockard, Gordon Ralph, 65, 261 Lockard, Vernon Miller, 144, 153, 237, 285 Locke, lustin Nathaniel, 291 Lehmann, Barbara, 108 Lombardi, lames Carl, 251 Long, Clarence, William, 239 Long, Curry Armstrong, Ir., 173 Long, Doris Claire, 109 Long, Vernon LeRoy, 182 Lonsdale, David Lawrence, 241 Loose, Leonard lack, 235 Lotito, Lawrence Edward, 109 Loughridge, Chalmers Albert, 65, 171 Louke, Ruth, 187 Lovelace, Alice Kathryn, 182 Lovelace, Walter Beresford, 132, 179 Lovering, George William, Ir., 66, 251 Lovett, Iohn, 237 Low, Betty Nell, 66, 219 Lowe, lohn Wesley, 87, 172, 241 Lowell, Therese Helen, 101 Lucero, Richard Leopold, 183, 189 Ludlow, lda Frances, 101, 130, 219 Ludlow, Ruth Louise, 182 Luhnow, Frederic, 173 Lulcrotka, Marjorie Eleanor, 87, 213 , Lunn, Robert, 66, 139, 142, 256, 257 Lusty, Carl, 66, 235 Lutz, Annabelle, 31, 66, 189 Lyford, leanne, 101, 130, 219 Lyman, Louise Marie, 109 Lynch, Catherine, 101, 219 Lynch, Mildred, 203 Lyon, Rozeene, 101 Mc McAleer, lack Lewis, 66, 146, 228, 229 McBride, Eileen Kathryn, 101, 185, 219 McCamant, Sue, 87, 217 McCarthy, Dixie Mae, 101, 130, 213 McClanahan, Margaret Lindsey, 215 McC1eary, Edward Raymond, 243 McClellan, Mary Elizabeth, 29, 129, 130, 145,221 McCammon, Bob, 129 McCloud, Leason Horton, 244, 245, 288 McClung, Paul Vernon, 144, 285 McClure, William A., 173, 255, 289 McClurkin, Mary Ellen, 287 McCluskey, Bob Reeves, 509 McCluskey, Edson lames, 66, 230, 231, 243 McCombes, Rollind Koenig, 170 McConnell, William Hall, 225 McConnell, William Harold, 509 McCormick, Charles Ioseph, 189 McCormick, Kenneth Iames, 241 McCormick, Mary lane, 66, 130, 187, 189 McCotter, Charles Rawson, 66, 231 McCrillis, Edwin, 87, 171 McCullough, Dale Deyo, 183 McDaniel, Lawrence Weaver, 115, 190 McDonald, Byron, 189 McDonald, Franklin loseph, 251, 509 McDonald, Harrison, 101 McDonald, lames George, 189, 227, 303 McDonald, Mary Elizabeth, 509 McDonald, Ruth Emily, 101 McDonough, lohn Arthur, 152 McDougal, Beulah, 87, 89, 187, 209 McElroy, lim Newton, 239 McElroy, Katherine Story, 215 McE1veen, Frances Willard, 87 McFadden, Frances Elsa, 191, 207 McFadden, Ginger, 207 McFann, Ralph Gordon, 115, 241 McGee, Robert Lee, 233 McGovern, Marie Elizabeth, 101, 219 McGowan, Anne, 213 McKenna, Clara Morrison, 192, McGrave1, Harry Michael, 176, 253 McHugh, Edith Leona, 101, 203 Mclntyre, lean, 101, 203 Mclntyre, Ruth, 101 Mclntyre, Vernon Alger, 66, 176, 257 McKay, Dorothy Lee, 66, 203 McKee, Charles Robert, 253 McKee, lohn lackson, 243 McKeever, Harry Archie, 241 Mclieever, lames Bryce, 255 Mclielveen, Frances, 187 215 McKenna, Harold, 239 McKenna, lames Whitaker, 160 McKinnis, Roy Holt, 87 McLean, Anne Cooper, 87, 191, 203 McLean, Archibald LeRoy, 87, 192 McMeel, loseph Arthur, lr., 101 McMillen, Hugh, 183 McMi1lin, Virginia Sarah, 192 McNearney, Barbara, 109, 130 McNeill, Edwin Randolph, 109 McNeill, William Wallace, 174 McQuery, Elton Doepler, 168, 169 McSweeney, Charles Anderson, 179 McVittie, lune laquish, 109, 205 113, M Macey, Daniel Lord, 243 Machin, Helen Rose, 101 Mack, leanne Elizabeth, 101, 209 Mack, Lawrence Frank, 101, 129, 231 Mack, Walter William, 66, 229 Mackemer, Betty Omega, 219 Mackie, lohn Golden, 146, 190 MacMillian, Ruth, 217 Macy, Arthur Warren, 245 Maddock, William R., 31, 66, 154, 190 Madsen, George Wessell, 176, 243 Mahn, Marion Elinor, 66 Maier, lohn Edward, 183, 241 Mains, Edna Effie, 29, 153, 155 Maitland, lean Sibley, 67, 215 Malcolm, loseph Wallace, 255 Mallory, Warren Merrill, 87, 134, 148, 149, 258, 259 Malone, Screven Cooper, 87, 257 Maloney, Lauretta, 29, 31 Mancini, Francis Salvatore, 114, 235 Mann, Howard lohn, 229, 292 Mann, Robert Howard, 251 Manning, Claude Webb, 109 Manning, Katherine, 219 Marchant, Wendell Edward, 182, 231 Marcus, William Marvin, 239 Mark, Elizabeth Nisbet, 67, 209 Markel, Carl Glenn, 175 Markert, Clement Lawrence, 67, 138, 168, 169, 268 Markham, Roberta Doris, 109, 203 Marley, Gertrude Alice, 178, 182 Marshall, Annie Bobs, 67, 154, 209 Marshall, George Leo, 229, 292 Marshall, Homer Clayton, 257 Marshall, Louise Stuart, 29, 133, 203 Marshall, Patricia Shirley, 215 Marshall, Pauline, 138 Marshall, William Austin, 67, 134, 139, 148, 151, 174, 177 Martin, Betty lane, 109 Martin, Betty lean, 67 Martin, Gayle Thomas, 173, 229 Martin, Hugh Harvey, lr., 101 Miller, Elizabeth Louise, 101, 130, 214, 215, 301 Miller, Frank lerome, 182, 257 Miller, Frederick Soundees, 174 Miller, Harriet Gail, 205, 510 Miller, l. Byron, 68, 132, 179 Miller, lean, 213 Miller, lean Wilson, 178 Miller, Marilyn Beth, 29, 88, 205 Miller, Rae Corrine, 213 Miller, Rosemary, 88, 217 Miller, Tyler Ward, 170 Miller, Vern Albert, 285 Miller, William Munroe, 182, 287 Martin, Martin, Martin, lay loseph, 109, 237 loan Louise, 87 Kathryn Leila, 67, 157 Martyn, Robert Hinry, 115, 237 Mason, Mason, George Thomas, 182, 243 Sylvia Patricia, 101, 182 Massard, Frank Edward, 235 Massie, loseph Anderson, 115, 255 Mast, Margaret Ann, 31, 67, 154, 188 Masunaga, George Yashito, 87, 88, 191, 303 Matheson, Donald Frank, lr., 173 Matsusaki, Kumi, 67, 191 Mattson, lane Louise, 67, 209 Mauer, Robert Cecil, 259 Maughan, Robert Franklin, 67, 139, 148, 170, 171, 258 Maul, Eugene, 101, 144, 237 Maul, Herman S., 138 Maul, Robert Murdock, 88, 153, 170, 237 Maxwell, Helen Elizabeth, 209 Mayer, Adolph, 129, 303 Mayer, lohn Donald, 148, 173, 255 Mayor, Harry Alfred, 67, 139, 148, 151, 170 Means, lohn E., 67, 170, 171 Meikel, Edward lohn, 170, 224, 225 Meister, Mary Frances, 213 Mele, Edward Victor, 101, 231 Mellicker, Edythe Vivian, 67 Mellicker, lay Murray, 249 Mellish, Robert William, 67, 172 Mellon, Archie, 67, 174 Melnick, lay, 249, 292 Melton, Raymond. Austin, 115 Mendenhall, Cover, 115, 259 Menke, Beverly Beth, 213, 510 Menter, Anna Marie, 87 Mercer, Mildred Gwendolyn, 182 Merrifield, Cameron Kay, 88, 230, 231 Messmer, Gordon Rover, 68, 172, 177 Metcalfe, Kenneth Clark, 174 Meyer, Norman Franklin, 259 Michael, Harold E., 68, 148, 151, 174 Miernyk, William Henry, 261, 292 Mill, Fredric Lock, 261 Millen, Charles Keith, 255 Miller, Dean, 207 Miller, Edward, lr., 299 Milligan, William Gleason, 288 Mills, lean, 101, 182, 188, 209 Mills, Merlin, 101 Milne, Alexander Howard, 88, 153, 170, 241 Milzer, Dorothe A. E., 153 Mincer, lean Elizabeth, 68 Mitchell, Edward Winston, 253 Mitchell, Mary Margrett, 205 Mock, Boyd Kendall, 210, 255 Modesitt, Leland Exton, 115, 231 Mollin, Betty Ann, 68, 154 Moloney, Lauretta C., 136, 141, 186 Monberg, Helene Christine, 68 Moncada, Guillermo Antonio, 261 Monninger, Laurence Elizabeth, 68 Monroe, Peggy, 88, 101, 187, 219 Montgomery, Inez lames, 101, 130, 219 Moody, R, Wayne, 138 Mooler, M., 182 Moore, Anne Elizabeth, 182, 205 Moore, Doris Elizabeth, 68, 132, 217 Moore, Margery Helene, 217 Moore, Ralph Carey, 68, 182, 224, 225 Moore, William, 259 Moorhead, lane Mae, 20 Morgan, larnie, 207 Morrell, Franklin Hugh, 101 Morrell, Robert Morris, 68 Morris, loe A., 174 Morrison, losephine Alice, 68, 186 Morrison, Leonard Edward, 130, 231 Morton, Max Thomas, 132, 176, 223, 242, 243 Mosley, George Alfred, 257 Moss, Willis Sherman, 68 Moss, Richard, 239 Motisher, Charles Selby, lr., 115 Motoyama, George Glenn, 510 Moyer, Harriet Elaine, 101, 129, 186, 219 Moyers, lack Dean, 144, 231, 285 Mugrage, Margaret Leah, 5, 68, 131, 208, 209 Mullenix, Margaret Myrtle, 101, 182 Mullins, Euthan Vane, 245 Mulvay, Charles Tilton, 211 Munday, Martha Lou, 68 Mundell, Robert Felix, 88 Mundi, Kenneth B,, 168 Munk, Mary Leila, 205 Munro, Pat Harry, 243 Munro, Robert lohn, 101 Munro, Ruth E., 68, 191,211 Munson, Mary lane, 88, 187, 192 Munson, Robert Minor, 261 Murphy, George W., 174 Murphy, lack Edward, 147, 183 Murphy, Thomas loseph, 173 Murr, Floyd Kenneth, 183 Murray, Constance, 510 Murray, Thomas Arthur, 153 Musgrove, lohn Milton, 253 Musselwhite, Andrew Peyton, 88 Music, Clayton, 229 Myers, Kathleen Bales, 187 Myers, Virginia Hill, 69 N Nagoda, Robert lohn, 101, 237 Nash, Henry Ransome, 88, 143, 174, 186, 239 Nash, Edgar, 239 Nash, Nancy Combs, 29, 143, 186 Naugle, William Boeck, 69, 231 Naylor, Edward G., 25, 69, 139, 144, 151, 223, 252 Neff, Charles Warren, 102 Neill, Wallace, 182 Nelsen, Bruce Albert, 174 Nelson, Kenneth, 231 Nelson, Leota Ellen, 69 Nelson, Lois Margaret, 187, 211 Nelson, Paul Leslie, 102, 130 Nelson, William Herbert, 69, 128 Nelson, William Stewart, 132, 154, 158, 179 Neumann, Carl Albert, 69, 128, 132, 142, 179 Neumer, Ottilie, 116 Nevius, Richard, 69, 134, 171 Newbold, Myrtle Louise, 156 Newcomb, Lewis E., 239 Newlin, Calvin Chester, 88, 253 Newman, Richard Edwin, 243 Newton, losephine Elvira, 157 Nickelson, Clarence Leroy, 160 Nickelson, Rosalee losephine, 168, 184 Nickels, Daniel Franklin, 88, 241 Niemann, Mary Martha, 182 Nies, William Albert, 223, 235 Niethamner, Elsie Marie, 110 Niethamner, Helen Marie, 215 Nilsson, Beatrice Elizabeth, 88, 143, 187, 222 Nilsson, Richard Hamilton, 233 Nims, Anne, 128 Noble, Robert Flanders, 147, 183, 225 Noce, Gene William, 292 Nordeen, Leonard Oliver, 190 Norris, lames Woodrow, 255 Norris, Ruth, 29, 69 Northcutt, Yvonne Elizabeth, 219 Norton, Hugh Bradley, 110 Norton, R. Frank, 69 Noyes, Frances G., 138 Nunamaker, Milton Blackburn, 183 Nye, Allen LeRoy, 69, 129, 176, 228, 229 Page 344 Perryman, lohn Nelson, 110 O O'Brien, Chris, 69, 253 O'Brien, Walter Francis, 115, 259 O'Connel, Edison, 247 O'Connell, Mary Beth, 102 O'Day, Fred Thomas, 235 O'Donnell, Kathleen Roberts, 69 O'Donne1l, Margaret Roberts, 69 Oifdenkamp, George Irvin, 191 O'Grady, William Edward, 255 O'Hara, Iames Phelps, 173, 223, 229 Oldham, lohn lackson, 245 Oldland, Katharine Louise, 102, 187 Oldland, Marilyn Elizabeth, 116 Oliver, Bettie layne, 211 Oliver, Lloyd, George, 237, 285 Olsen, Edward Albert, 288 Olson, Donald Palmer, 115, 289 Olson, Margaret Louise, 178 O'Malley, Gerald Marie, 110, 209 Orarn, David Ernest, 114 Orme, Betty, 102 O'Roarde, E., 182 O'Rourke, lohn B., 223, 245 O'Rourke, Sinon Phillip, 245 Orr, janet Bosworth, 102 O'Ryan, lohn Iames, 231, Osborn, Betty Ruth, 145, 186, 188, 189 Osborne, Fay Elizabeth, 69 Ostenberg, Bill Harrison, 144, 231, 285 Ostholf, Bob Earl, 259 Ostrander, Marjorie Belle, 88, 203 Ostrurn, Harry Tlieoctore, 259 Owens, Lois Ruth, 102, 213 Oxman, Irving lsadore, 114 Ozment, Emerson Lee, 102, 183, 239 P Pace, Josephine Viola, 102, 219 Pace, Muriel lean, 69, 157, 213 Paddock, William Lucius, 110, 129, 231 Padfield, Betty Rae, 70, 182, 204, 205 Pankow, Mary Elizabeth, 203 Paonessa, Rose Del, 102 Pardun, Rosemary Fay, 211 Parker, Francis Thomas, 70, 237 Parker, lohn O., 245 Parker, Pete Travis, 70, 152, 191, 253 Parkin, Mary Genevieve, 70 Parkinson, Ramona Elizabeth, 29, 191 Parrett, Lewis Maron, 158, 168, 169 Parriott, loseph Marshall., 102, 231 Pasley, Nancy Lou, 102, 209 Pate, Ruth Ann, 510 Patrick, William Henry, 128 Patterson, Donald Wayne, 172 Patterson, George Warner, 257 Patterson, John William, 88, 233 Patterson, Mary Virginia, 155 Paulantis, lames Theo, 251 Payne, Winfield Scott, 154 Paynter, Richard Brown, 231 Page 345 Paynter, William Brown, 231 Peabody, Evvabelle, 102, 131, 145, 219 Peake, Burton Tracy, 128 Pearl, Richard Maxwell, 138, 160 Pearse, lohn Richard, 183, 255 Pearson, Marlen Guy, 110 Pearson, Penney Arthur, 70, 229 Peck, Betty lane, 110, 219 Peck, lames Haddon, 102, 153, 243 Petersen, leanne E., 130, 215 Pekrul, Leota Frances, 155 Peltier, Margaret Edna, 70, 215 Perko, Carl lohn, 174 Perlmutter, lack H., 249 Perlmutter, Herrnina Beatrice, 70 Perrela, Anthony, 183 Perry, Charles Stanley, 223, 227 Perry, George Edward, 237 Peters, Dale Curtis, 235 Peters, loe Paul, 247 Peters, Sidney Clarence, 89, 138, 285 Petersen, Elizabeth Marie, 289 Petersen, George, lr., 190 Petersen, Grace A., 102 Petersen, Maurice Edward, 148, 151, 223, 239 Petersen, Theodore D., 20, 173 Peterson, Genevieve, 102, 203 Petry, Nicholas Robert, 70, 242, 243 Peyton, Phelps, Thomas Franklin, 115 Phillips, Charles Ray, 110, 183 Phillips, Howard Kelley, 115 Phillips, lack Boyd, 243 Phillips, Patricia leanne, 111, 215 Philpot, lames Angus, 89, 231 Pick, Lawrence Allen, 70, 251 Pickett, Elizabeth Pauline, 70, 184, 192 Pickett, Marjorie Nell, 89, 191 Pietenpol, William Iohn, 111, 243 Piper, Howard lones, 129, 148, 149, 242 Pitt, Stephen Bolton, 285 Place, Charles Edwin, 255 Platt, Betty Brannon, 111, 130, 219 Platt, Ruth, 211 Player, Catherine, 145, 192 Pleasant, Floyd Marion, 144, 255 Plettner, Walter Ross, 89, 231 Poe, Frances Elizabeth, 70, 155, 186, 187 Pointon, Dolly Amy, 111 Polttte, Ralph Henry, 154 Pollack, Deloma Hazel, 111 Pomeroy, Robert Rex, 70 Poole, Frederick Tilden, 114, 253 Pope, Marvin Headden, 89, 134, 245 Porter, Marion Baxter, 114 Porter, Robert George, 90 Porter, Shirley Leighton, 185, 213 Post, Mary lune, 102, 211 lohn Armstrong, 110 Poston, Mary lo, 111, 221 Pothast, Mary Helen, 89, 203 Poulson, Barbara Ann, 89, 211 Poyen, lohn S., 114 Prater, Leonard Rolla, 174 Pratt, Audrey Marie, 70, 215 Preston, Caroline Eldredge, 28 Preston, Catherine lanet, 130, 145, 152, 221 Price, Miriam Louise, 89, 203 Price, Richard Ernest, 111 Prince, Bertrand Bradford, 229 Prockter, Walter Hamilton, 89, 153, 170, 251 Proffitt, David Crosby, 130, 179, 235 Proffitt, Stanley Harris, 146, 158, 174, 190 Prommel, Harold Howland, 146, 190 Prout, Franklin Sinclair, 89, 261 Prouty, Caroline, 28, 102, 129, 145, 221 Prouty, Evalyn, 70, 130, 145, 157, 178, 185, 250, 321, 328 Prouty, Lawrence Richard, 27, 71, 153, 237, 305 Ptacek, Paul Henry, 71 Pudlik, lohn loseph, 287, 288, 305 Puett, William Leslie, 192, 241, 299, 300 Puffer, Barbara, 29, 84, 89, 218, 219 Pugh, lohn L., 147, 183, 255, 299 Punches, Harold D., 250, 251, 285, 289 Punches, Max Glen, 250, 251, 285, 288, 300 Pusard, Caroll Ralph, 225 Putman, Scotty l., 246, 247, 285 Putman, Warren, 259 Pyle, losephine Sarah, 29, 89, 143, 185 Q Ouaintance, lean Anderson, 71, 221 Ouaintance, Maryanna, 102, 130, 221 Ouarnberg, Paul Lex, 71, 140, 142, 154, 237, 285, 286, 288 Oueary, Charles Herman, 257 Ouiat, Harold M., 89, 249 Quiat, Marshall G., 158, 249, 511 Quigley, Martha Frances, 221, 511 Quine, Edith Shirley, 511 R Rackaway, Iohn Edwin, 247 Rockaway, William Chapman, 249 Radford, Frank Phillip, 89, 251 Railey, Matt McConnell, 243 Ramsey, Robert Berthol, 171 Randall, Alice May, 155, 203 Randall, Clinton Bates, 163 Ranney, Caroline Parlett, 28, 186 Radcliffe, Arthur Templeton, 115, 243 Rathji, Iosephine, 215 Raven, Karl Arthur, 133 Ravenscroft, lohn Mason, 245 Ray, Carl lames, 182, 253 Rayner, Ann, 71, 192 Rector, Richard Dale, 144, 229 Redding, Margaret Ann, 205 Reed, Carlton H., 154, 255 Reed, Dorthy lane, 219 Reed, Luella May, 71 Reed, Ted Harry, 139, 148, 253 Reese, Elaine, 511 Reese, Mary Elizabeth, 209, 511 Reese, Norman Ranclolf, 115, 251 Reeves, Alfred Edward, 229 Reeves, Paul Gilbert, 261 Reeves, William O., 71, 173, 237, 285, 304 Reid, Anne Elizabeth, 102, 215 Reilly, Anna Elizabeth, 102 Reilly, Lawrence loseph, 89, 237 Reilly, Sarah Ellen, 102 Releford, Donald Dale, 229 Rennie, lames Almon, 71 Reno, Herbert, 102 Rentfro, William Eli, 158, 167, 168 Reppert, Barbara Camille, 130, 511 Reppert, Elinor Louise, 102 Reybold, Shirley Isabelle, 89, 221 Reyburn, Marjorie, 138 Reynolds, Betty Lou, 207 Reynard, William Fremont, 40, 90 Reynolds, Vergyl Hunt, 114 Rhoads, Mary Alice, 111 Rice, George Bicknell, 114 Rice, lohn Lawrence, 237 Rice, Robert Newton, 171 Rich, lohn Dellon, 237 Rich, Paul Butler, 287 Richards, Allan Rene, 71, 158 Richards, Betty lane, 71, 216, 219 Richardson, Iohn Marshall, 102, 261 Richardson, William Chester, 102, 246, 247 Richart, Donna Roy, 512 Richert, lohn, 247 Riddle, Andy Moffatt, 231 Rienks, George W., 253 Riggs, Dorothy Getchell, 90, 128, 138, 143,212,213 Ringwalt, Mary Elizabeth, 128, 145. 203 Ritcher, Edmond Francis, 191, 229 Ritter, Su Roark, M zanne, 219, 511 ayford Lynn, 26, 27, 71, 154, 168, 169, 263 Robb, Lester Arthur, 173 Roberts, Mildred Alice, 102 Roberts, William lohn, 251 Robertson, Raymond David, 102 Robinson, Billy Paul, 183 Robinson, David Keith, 512 Robinson, Fred George, 71, 174, 261 Robinson, Henry Robert, 129, 249 Robinson, Keith Malcolm, 71, 152, 191, 259 Robinson, Manilla May, 193 Rocchio, Wilbur Ernest, 115, 251 Roche, Daniel Maurice, 239 Rockwell, Norman P., 102, 130, 144, 171, 243 Rodewald, Beverly lane, 219, 512 Rodman, Pauline Helen, 211, 222 Rodney, Henry McMillan, 241 Rodolf, Mary Elizabeth, 131, 209 Roeser, Mary lane, 71 Rogers, Allan Kennicott, 243 Rogers, Katherine Helen, 215 Slavic, Frank, 156 259 Rogers, Tim 1., 245 Roloff, Edith Marie, 122 Romano, Ioseph L., 102 Romans, Ernest Pasquale, 226, 227 Rook, Herbert, 303 Rooney, lack I., 251, 285 Rose, Frank Sidney, 103, 241 Rose, Mary Virginia, 221, 512 Rosenbaum, Alvin Leonard, 115, 158 Rosenberg, Bernard Lawrence, 158, 168, 249 Rosenblum, Gerald lerry, 249 Rosenfeld, Edith, 168 Rosenkrans, 1. Robert, 90, 146, 174 Rosenthal, Leo M., 139, 150, 163, 173, 177, 192 Rosetta, Lenea Katherine, 138 Rossman, Howard C., 229 Rossman, Warren William, 243 Rost, Betty lane, 211 Rost, Edward Elmer, 251, 512 Roten, Robert George, 257 Rothberg, Robert, 249 Rouch, Orville Malcolm, 229 Roup, Mark Iackson, 239 Rouse, Philip Alan, 158, 168 Rowe, Gordon Henry, 237 Rowe, Harold Evers, 183 Royall, Charles Crecy, 115 Rubright, Richard Dickson, 160 Ruddell, Roy Major, 173 Ruddy, Walter, 243 Rudolph, Guilford George, 177 Rudolph, Rowe, 243 Rumley, Aaron, 103, 153 Runge, Laura Iune, 103 Russell, lanice Ida, 184 Russell, Maxine Emma, 187 Rutherford, Fannie Elizabeth, 189 Rutledge, Helen Rae, 103, 221 Ryan, Rita Elizabeth, 205 Ryan, Rupert, 247 S Sabin, Robert Rourke, 114, 231 Sachter, Nat S., 128, 173, 248, 249 Sachter, Paul David, 103, 249 Sackmann, William Arthur, 90, 130, 132, 176, 243 Salen, Irving Arnold, 512 Saliba, Yvonne Wyvette, 90, 143, 202, 203 Saliman, Floyd F., 130, 249 Saliman, Maurice, 249 Saliman, Paul Melvin, 249 Saling, Thelma, 153 Sanburg, Delmer Edgar, 253 Sanders, lames Carl, 237 Sanders, William Holmes, 182 Santo, Doris Louise, 26, 28, 138, 141, 177 Saul, Margaret, 103, 209 Saunders, Harold Almon, 254, 255, 285, 291 Saunders, Roger Melville, 245 Sax, lacob Alfred, 241 Sayre, Damaris lane, 145 Sayre, lohn Marshall, 112, 182, 243 Sayre, William Berger, 285 Scarafiotto, leanna Louise, 112 Schaefer, Ezra Edward, 227 Schaefer, Henry Adolph, 90 Schauermann, Arthur Edwin, 251, 292 Scherrer, Robert Elmer, 139, 150, 173, 177 Schlatter, Evelyn, 207 Schlessinger, Marguerite Metta, 205, 222 Schmalzried, Iohn Leroy, 235 Schlosser, Russel K., 149, 239 Schmidt, Paul, 144, 244, 245 Schneberg, William loseph, 243 160 Schneider, Mary Kathryn, 103, 145, 212, 213 Schobe, Leslie Scott, 146, 255 Schrock, loe Benson, 103, 183, 255 Schroeder, George Edward, 103 Schulte, Elise Montandan, 28, 88, 143, 185, 221 Schulte, Iohn Kindel, 233 Schulte, William Frank, 231 Schultz, Carmen, 192 Schureman, Dorothy May, 28, 141, 154, 185, 218, 219 Schuster, Melvin Robert, 151, 239 Schwartz, Fred Lipman, 115, 158 Schwartz, lames Augustine, 231 Schweizer, Herbert H., 255 Sheats, Augusta Frances, 193 Sheesley, Eleanor Louise, 512 Shelby, Robert Bliss, 164, 183 Shelton, Florence Louise, 203, 512 512 Shelton, H. Clay, lr., 233, Shepard, Billy Russell, 73, 139, 149, 172 Shepherd, Stanley lack, 183 Sheridan, lohn, 115 Sherman, Ralph Alvin, 191, 229 Shields, Lorn Maurice, 144, 209 Shimeall, Clark McMillan, 257, 292 Shipman, Frances Montague, 213 Shirk, Minor St. Clair, 261 Shockey, Everett Lee, 237 Shontz, William Carl, 153 Shovlin, Hubert lames, 259, 292 Showalter, William Eldon, 90, 511 Shreve, Theodore Morris, 259 Shucotsky, Tony, 73 Shutts, William Holland, 73, 174 Sowers, Helen Catherine, 103, 186, 209 Sowers, Robert Moulton, 103, 146, 158, 183 Spangler, Harold Alfred, 91, 251 Spangler, Mildred Fern, 103 Spangler, Raymond Clarence, 73, Spangler, Richard William, 237 Spano, lohn, 172 Spratt, Mrs., 255 Specht, Elizabeth Helen, 182 Spence, Eugenia Carol, 187 Spicer, Leslie Lee, 245 Spiegleman, Edwin Robert, 115 Spiegleman, Shirley, 91 Spradling, Warren Elmer, 91 Spraitzer, Kathryn Marie, 187, 205 Springstead, Margaret Earla, 143 Sprowls, Ioseph Barnett, 152 Stabler, Betty lane, 217 Stagner, W. Lowell, 160 Scotland, Mary Lauretta, 90, 213 Scott, Dorothy Evelyn, 103 Scott, Francis Marion, 233 Scott, lack Willard, 292 Scott, Leonard Austin, 253 Scott, Scott, Ruth lane, 213 Walter B., 174 Scrubby, Frankie Katharine, 112, 213 Sears, Everett Lee, 255 Sears, Lois May, 187, 211 Secor, William Toplitf, 112, 130, 231 Seeman, Edgar George, 90, 249 Seeton, Ross Victor, 103, 253 Seidensticker, Edward George, Siebott, Fred Walter, 144, 146 Silver, Silver, Howard Wilburn, 172 William R., 249 Silverberg, Gladys Barbara, 130 Simmons, William Peter, 257 Simon, Catherine Mary, 191 Simpson, Everett Selden, 114 Singer, Sirola, Constance Lorraine, 103 Milton loseph, 103 Sisson, Thomas, 245 Sisson, William Rourke, 90, 152, 153, 183, 245 Skeen, Robert Harrison, 292 Slack, Ioseph, 174 Slane, Barbara, 213, 513 Slickerman, William Iacob, 90, 192, 229 Slingerland, Lillian Mary, 169 Stancil, William David, 91, 152, 153, 255 Stansbury, Geraldine Leola, 91 Starke, Robert Charles, 251 Stasica, Leo Walter, 237, 286, 287, 288, 289, 290 Stearns, Marion Lloyd, 103, 115, 130, 135, 145, 219 Steele Steele Arnold, 115, 251 Steele, , George, 168 , Paul Dwight, 251 Steele, Robert Francis, 113 Steele, Wayne, 251 Steen, Patricia Adele, 103 Steik, Elizabeth Beatrice, 187, 213 Steinhauer, Stuart, 253 Stenback, Don Harding, 245, 513 Stephenson, Ruth Lorraine, 217, Sloan, William Wesley, 245 Slusser, Eugene Alvin, 247, 513 Smart, Donald, 285 Smartt, Haclcet Frank, 291 Smedegaard, Norman Hans, 114 273 Stetson, Robert Edward, 183, 255 Stevens, Francis, 149 Stevens, Robert Lyndall, 237 Stevens, Rodney David, 103, 237 Stevens, William Flinn, 115 128, 130, 158, 239 Seidensticker, William Dillon, 103. 239 Selby, Bruce Allen, 253, 512 Selby, Corwin Stanton, 261 Selby, Lois Betty, 103, 209 Self, Larry Keith, 255 Sellman, Ieanne, 211 Sells, Sells, Peggy, 213 Phyllis, 112, 130, 213, 272 Sera, Toshiye Alma, 191 Seraiini, Geraldine, 145, 211 Seward, lohn, 174 Seydel, Charlotte Iune, 188, 209 Shaffer, Glada May, 211 Shakeshatt, Richard Dana, 112, 243 Shallenberger, Francis Lee, 115 Shallenberger, Thomas Martin, 259 Shanahan, Mary Margaret, 130, . 211 Shannon, Mary Elizabeth, 90, 211 Shattuck, Richard Herbert, 103, 231 Shaw, Richard Harding, 115 Shaw, Walter Cloid, 174 Smith, Barbara, 23, 157, 192 Smith, Betty Iane, 90, 221 Smith, Daniel Edward, 251 Smith, Doran Robert, 170, 171 Smith, Dorothy Louise, 103, 221 Smith, Herbert Roy, 90, 176, 241 Smith, lohn Corder, 26, 114 Smith, Norma Ieanne, 182, 513 Smith, Sidney Earl, 114 Smith, Walter, 183, 225 Smith, Wayne Le Roy, 73, 177, 251 Smith, William Mitcheson, 173 Smithpeter, CoBeth, 90 Snair, Charlotta Ann, 90, 209 Snider, Wesley Burdett, 328 Snodgrass, Richard, 174 Snow, Gordon, 182 Snydal, Max, 115, 259 Snyder, Virginia Louise, 103, 211 Sobel, Homer, 115 Solin, Helen, 73, 156 Solomon, Arlene Marie, 128 Solomon, Henry, 103, 183 Solomon, Tybe Shirley, 103 Souder, Aileen Marie, 29, 73, 126, 182 Southwell, lulie, 207 Stevenson, Charles Benjamin, 225 Stevenson, Reuben Arthur, 91, 191 Stewart, Charles Harrington, 241 Stewart, Clarence Herman, 183 Stewart, Robert Edward, 103, 131, 209, 257 Stewart, Suzanne Winifred, 209, 513 Stivers, Mary Elizabeth, 182, 203 Stoddard, Constance Ann, 213 Stoecker, Carroll Lee, 148, 177, Stoltle, Margaret Ann, 103 Stone, Charles Milton, 171 Stone, Nancy, 103, 187, 217 Stoner, Otto L., 252, 253 Stong, lohn Elliott, 113, 183, 245 Storer, Barbara May, 219 Stotler, Raymond Clyde, 103 Stott, Dorothy Ann, 103 Stout, 1. Harold, 104, 253 Stout, Sally Mae, 211 Stover, Katharine Elizabeth, 93, 253 Stover, Virginia Devereaux, 113, 215 Strain, Carl Warren, 129, 243 Page 346 Strain, Dean Beavers, 113, 243 Strain, Earl Edwin, 243 Strain, George Lee, 155, 243 Stroop, Richard, 239 Stryker, Margaret Anne, 217 Stuart, Mahlon Dale, 175 Stuart, Verl, 235 Stumm, Corda Flinn, 104 Sturnm, Philip Wolcott, 73, 153 Sturdevant, Foster O., 30, 31, 91 Sturdevant, Harvey William, 104, 144 T Sturtevant, lrma lean, 113 Stwalley, Richard Charles, 134 Suddath, Richard Harvey, 104, 158, 169, 256, 257 Sullivan Erva Irene, 184 Sullivan, Ioseph Monroe, 113, 183 Sullivan, Margaret Ann, 219 Sullivan, Thomas A., 73 Summer Iames R., 171 Suttle, lohn Francis, 130, 170, 253 Swearingen, Kathryn Louise, 23, 219 Swearns, Garnet Autrey, 113, 128, 221 Swedlund, Raymond Lee, 259 Sweet, Mary Lou, 133, 145, 217 Sweet, Patricia lean, 217 Swegart, lack Eugene, 113, 183 Swett, Clyde Clarence, 23, 139, 149, 239 Symmes, Violet Marcella, 73 Tabor, Eugene Dudley, 183, 255 Taddiken, Paul Gerald, 191, 251 Taher, Mahmood K., 74, 150, 173 Talboot, Sieglinde 1-laller, 155 Tallent, Kathryn Louise, 205 Tammingo, Samuel William, 150, 233 Tandey, Riley Ben, 104 Tanner, lra Elbert, 231 Tarbell, W, Wayne, 114, 245 Taylor, Donald Eugene, 237 Teach, Mary Lou, 104. Tempest, Donald, 113, 243 Temple, Leona Ruth, 104, 221 Templeton, Frances Adele, 113, 207 Ten Eyeck, Thomas Willard, 91, 173, 231 Tepley, Fred Hellems, 153 Tepper, Eugene, 113, 158, 249 Tepper, Mildred, 74, 186 Thiele, Henry Wendell, 104, 129, 132 Thoman, Clemens Bernard, 154 Thoman, Richard Samuel, 163, 165, 192 Thomas, Charles William, 241 Thomas, David B., 74, 176, 257 Thomas, Marian Frances, 91 Thomas, Virginia Mae, 74 Thomason, Benjamin Richard, 160 Thompson, Betty Ruth, 74, 187, 205, 274 Thompson, Dorothy Eugenia, 29, 130, 207 Thompson, Harriett lane, 74 Thompson, Helen Aubury, 221 Thompson, lane Scharle. 207 Page 34 7 Thompson, Louise Wood, 221 Marian Norma, 74, Thompson, 155, 187, 205 Thompson, Norabelle, 237 Thompson, Ray lames, 150, 173, 287 Thompson, Sam McAfee, 115, 231, 286 Thomsen, Dorothy Ann, 74, 289 Thomson, R. lames Alden, 74, 139, 148, 150 Thorne, Edward R., 255 Threlkeld, Neil Clarence, 235 Thurman, Donald, 26, 27, 74, 140, 142, 176, 242, 243 Tillard, Helen Angeline, 113, 209 Tillotson, Fred Walter, 153, 253 Tilton, Edith Catherine, 130 Timm, Vernon H., 104, 245 Timpte, Carroll Clemens, 91, 239 Tinker, Lloyd Arthur, 285 Tinsley, Mansur, 257 Tippin, Robert, 239 Todd, Margaret E., 31, 104, 145 Toepelman, Dorothy Marion, 113, 182, 219 Tomlinson, Rex Darrell, 257, 303 Tomsich, William Walter, 304 Tooker, Katherine Maxine, 74 Touchton, Kenneth Charles, 182 Townley, Robert lohn, 170 Towns, Floyd Alonzo, 239 Towse, Charles Robert, 91, 171, 229 Tracey, Frances Gertrude, 74 Trainor, Robert Ambrose, 190 Trollope, Tommy Eugene, 237 Troy, Mary Rene, 207 True, Virginia Greenwood, 91, 187 Truscott, lack Raymond, 160 Truswell, William Ioseph, 115 Tschannen, Robert Forrest, 74, 172 Tull, Paul Leverne, 190 Tunnell, Maxine Lillian, 91, 130, 143, 178, 221 Turner, Evelyn lean, 113 Turner, Ivan Russell, 228, 246, 247 Turner, loan Lee, 113, 217 Turner, Robert William, 113 Turner, Victor lerome, 91, 247 Tyler, Robert Fred, 114, 138 U Udick, Leonard Woodrow, 253 Ullstrom, lohn Albert, 239 Underhill, Marjorie Alice, 74, 156 Underwood, Arthur Kennard, lr., 231 Underwood, Wilda I., 113 Unger, Arthur, 229, 292, 303 V Valentine, Deane B., 174 Valiton, Arthur Pike, 146, 174, 225 V Vallero, Vince Frank, 75, 174, 189 Van Arsdale, Wayne Alcott, 113, 293 Vanderpool, Raymond Oliver, 142, 152, 191 Van De Steeg, Edith Margaret, 203 Van DeVenter, Louise Corwin, 91 Vandeventer, Owen lerome, 227 Vandewart, Cecilia lean, 217 Van Druti, Bruce Harding, 231 Vanek, Arthur Ioseph, 231, 292 Van Eman, Dorothy R., 192 Van Note, Robert Owen, 174 Van Scoy, Robert W., 183 Van Sickle, Charles L,, 233 Van Slyok, Gloria, 182, 217 Van Thuyne, Lois Mary, 75, 203 Van Vleet, Betty Vera, 113, 219 Van Vleet, Wayne Lynn, 91, 243 Varner, Charles Edington, 113, 245 Vaughan, Bruce Graham, 231 Vaughan, Kendall Bullock, 75, 152, 153, 251 Vaughn, Mildred Priscilla, 113 Veach, Ray, lr., 146 Vertrees, Richard Bigelow, 92, 176, 255 Vezina, Zelma Louise, 193 Vincent, Clara Lee, 104 Viner, Harry William, 259 Viney, Howard Edward, 104, 243, 285 Vining, Robert lackson, 243 Voight, Alvin Henry, 75, 152 Volluz, Raymond lulius, 259 Von Gundy, George Paul, 183, 229 von Wedel, lane, 203 von Wedelstaedt, Olga, 92, 182, 187 Vorderman, Abbie Lou, 113 Vot, Robert Moulton, 237 Ward, lake, 241 Wardlow, Homer Edward, 239 Warneke, Maynard 1., 75, 151, 174, 251 Warner, David Blake, 144, 256, 257 Warner, Marcia Eleanor, 113, 130, 219 Warner, Robert Franklin, 104 Warren, Richard, 92, 231 Warshauer, Geraldine Annette, 75, 115, 186, 267 Washburn, Harold, 247 Washburn, Matie lean, 28, 191 Watkins, Frederick William, 153 Watson, Edward Bartlett, 257 Watson, Richard Ellis, 113, 253 Watson, Turner, 170 Watts, Charles Ward, 92, 113, 129, 176, 230, 231 Waugh, Thomas D., 239 Waynick, Charles Haywood, 251 Wear, William Hay, 241 Weber, Richard Baxter, 231 Wewel, Evelyn Mary, 92, 189 Wehrli, William Bruce, 113, 237 Weichdrote, Harold Tague, 113 Weills, Iordan Talmage, 75, 171, 184 Weinberger, Alvin Lee, 104 Weinle, Frank, 237 Weitezel, Leonard Russel, 176, 190 Weller, Gordon Axline, 146, 190 Wells, Adelaide Florence, 113 Welter, Hugh lacob, 239 W Wadsworth, Lawrence Ward, 164, 1 92, 253 Wafer, William Earle, 233 Wagers, lack Alden, 259 Wagner, Chancellor Philip, 160 Wagner, Harold, 252 Wagner, Helena Grace, 145, 189 Wagner, Ioan Adele, 75, 219 Wagner, Leo Anthony, 113, 183, 189, 239 Wahlmeier, Yvette Marie, 104. 209 Waite, Ruth Mary, 299 Walker, Collan Stanley, 31 Walker, Charles, 146, 190 Walker, George Thomas, 75, 173 Walker, lohn Dickson, lr., 113, 233 Walker, lohn Gilbert, 225 Walker, Marilyn Marjorie, 92, 130, 157, 188, 213, 275 Walker, Thaddeus H., 231 Walker, Virginia Lee, 187, 273 Walker, William Phineas, 104, Welty, Benita lanet, 104, 213 Werner, Paul E., 134, 170, 171, 251 West, lune Waterlield, 255 West, Robert Harry, 92, 148 Westerberg, Richard, 265 Westering, Marion, 104, 203 Westerman, Mary Margaret, 207 Westfall, Millard Frank, 146 Wharton, Harold, 239 Wheatley, lohn Robert, 75, 158, 253 Wheeler, Howard William, 75, 223, 224, 225 Whelan, Philip Thomas, 189 Whitaker, Edward Arthur, 144, 233 White Briggs lohnston, 152 White, Howard Raymond, 231 White, Kenneth Ray, 257 White, Robert Leroy, 237 White Sam, 27 Whiteman, Lowell Wheeler, 162, 164, 166, 192 Vllhitestine, Betty Rose, 92 104, 158 Wallace, Betty Lee, 75, 178 Wallace, Bonnie Lou, 75 Wallrick, 299 Walsh, Don Smoot, 171, 247 Walter, Betty Alene, 113, 219 Walz, Harry Bernard, 241 Wangelin, Hugo Otto, 75, 174 Ward, Bill Gilbert, 182 Ward, George Robert, 104, 144, 192, 243 Ward, Harry Hamilton, 182 Whitman, Caroline Sally, 130, 131 Whorall, Lois Eloise, 113 Wickell, Ray Vernon, 207 Wicks, Margaret Elizabeth, 211 Wicks, Platt, 75, 139, 148, 172 Wickstrand, lene, 231 Wictum, Gertrude Mae, 205 Wiggins, Dorothy, 76 Wiggins, Frances, 113 Wigham, Lue Adah Margaret, 173 Wigton, Betty lane, 115, 221 Wigton, lean, 92, 131, 143, 209 Wigton, Louise Cary, 92 Wildman, Mona Marie, 211 Wiley, Frank Russell, 129 Wilkinson, Don Tibbs, 231 Wilkinson, Mary Ieanette, 92, 207 Wilkinson, Thomas Edward, 229 Willcoxon, lames Carlton, 96, 253 Williams, David Franklin, 92, 146, 171, 239 Williams, Elizabeth lane, 76, 187 Williams, George F., 251 Williams, lack 1., 114 Williams, lack Wayne, 115, 253 Williams, lames Powers, 146, 241 Williams, Iohn Edgar, 233 Williams, Robert, 239 Williams, Robert lames, 231 Williams, Ruth Kathryn, 189 Williams, Virginia Mable, 205 Williams, Edgar, 171 Williamson, Ieanne Tubbs, 104 Williamson, William Herbert, 189, 259 Willumsen, Alford Svenning, 76, 148, 172 Wilmer, Harold Bartnem, 146, 228, 229 Wilmer, Harry Anthony, 146, 158, 228, 229 Wilmore, Kenneth Gilbert, 247 Wilson ' 243 Wilson, Wilson Wilson Wilson 183 Wilson Wilson I Carroll Iames, 26, 176, lesse Allen, 225 lohn Franklin, 189 Iohn Robert, 172 Martha Marie, 113 Wilson, , Paul Homer, 148, 171, , William Allison, 104, 225 William, 231 Windham, Lynn Burke, 253 Winger, Ray lohn, 173, 259 Winkler, Charles 1-libbard, 233 Winn, Mary Ellen, 219 Winograd, Harold Sydney, 92, 172 Winslow, Lee Victor, 255 Winter, Mandell Sheflan, 166, 249 Winters, Richard Quarles, 237 Winton, lack Mead, 183, 235 Wise, Betty Agnes, 29, 145, 215 Witherow, Iohn Dennis, 104, 189, 231 Wolcott, Roland H., 328 Wolcott, Wayne Weston, 173, 245 Wolf, Leslie Ann, 104, 213 Wolff, Caroline Louise, 186 Wolfle, Calvin Edward, 177 Wolfson, Albert, 183, 249 Wolleson, Edwin Gibson, 104, 251 Wood, Iames Robert, 27, 104, 246, 247 Wood, Wallace Winston, 113 Wood, Otho, 168 Woodard, Marjorie Louise, 29, 145, 212, 213 Woodburn, Charles Russell, 237 Woodbury, Frank Huntington, 104, 255 Woodbury, Homer Olwin, 92, 130, 160, 231 Woodis. Warren K., 173 Woodruff, Charles Robert, 259 Woodruff, Thomas Tyson, 129, 243 Woods, Glenn Raymond, 261 Woodward, Harold Raymond, 104 Woodward, lohn Allison, 241 Woodward, Richard Elmer, 253 Woodworth, Hal, 239 Woolley, Cloyd Forsyth, 255 Woolley, William Kenneth, 253 Works, George Albert, 171, 223, 233 Wray, Sarah Mildred, 186 Wright, George Edward, 245 Wright, George N., 255, 268 Wright, Ioseph Edward, 104, 147, 183 Wright, Katherine Adele, 27, 92, 130, 188, 214, 215 Wright, Raymond Duane, 172, 177, 249 Wright, Richard Walton, 231 Wright, Robert William, 299 Wright, William Richard, 104 Wrinn, Lillian Ellen, 193 Wyatt, Gertrude Louise, 128 Wyer, Iames Ingersoll, 233 Wyke, Don Elmore, 247 Y Yaklick, Edward Matt, 105 Yeager, Victor Elmer, 191, 303 Yewell, Paul Gordon, 246, 247, 285 Yoder, Genevieve, 105 Yoelin, Eli William, 223, 249 York, Robert William, 105, 147, 183 Young, Mary Elizabeth, 113, 209 Young, Rex Alezander, 105, 144, 233 Youngclaus, George, 247 Youngclaus, Gordon Manitou, 247 Youngclaus, Paul Irving, 247 Youngkin, Harry L., 170, 253 Z Zambakian, Irving, 149, 172, 177 Zarlengo, Anthony Vincent, 189 Zayac, Edward loseph, 189 Zeilinger, Iohn Elmer, 171 Zeitler, Thelma lane, 191 Zeuch, Iacqueline, 113, 209 Ziegler, Robert Carlton, 170, 229 Zveitel, Irving, 114 Page 348 A Acacia, 224 Acknowledgrnents, 326 Alpha Chi Omega, 202 Alpha Delta Pi, 204 Alpha Epsilon Delta, 153 Alpha Omicron Pi, 206 Alpha Phi, 200 Alpha Sigma Phi, 226 Alpha Tau Omega, 228 Athletics, 283 B Beta Theta Pi, 230 Board of Regents, 20 C Chi Epsilon, 150 Chi Omega, 210 Chi Psi, 232 Class Section, 53 Clubs and Societies, 182 Co-Ed Counsellors, 188 D Delta Delta Delta, 212 Delta Gamma, 214 Page 349 ORGANIZATIONS INDEX Delta Phi Delta, 157 Delta Sigma Phi, 234 Delta Sigma Rho, 159 Delta Tau Delta, 236 Drama, 162 E Eta Kappa Nu, 149 F Faculty, 19 H Hats Ott, 265 Heart and Dagger, 140 Hesperia, 143 Home Economics Club, 187 1-lonoraries, 139 I lnterfraternity Council, 223 Iota Sigma Pi, 155 K Kappa Alpha Theta, 216 Kappa Kappa Gamma, 218 Kappa Kappa Psi, 147 Kappa Sigma, 238 M Mortar Board, 141 Mortar and Pestle, 191 N Newman Club, 189 P Panellellenic, 222 Phi Beta Kappa, 138 Phi Delta Chi, 152 Phi Delta Theta, 240 Phi Epsilon Phi, 146 Phi Kappa Psi, 244 Phi Kappa Tau, 246 Phi Sigma Delta, 248 Phi Sigma Iota, 156 Pi Beta Pi, 220 Pi Gamma Mu, 154 Pi Kappa Alpha, 250 Pi Tau Sigma, 151 Players Club, 192 Professionals, 168, 170 S Scimitar, 144 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 252 Sigma Chi, 254 Sigma Gamma Epsilon, 160 Sigma Nu, 256 Sigma Phi Epsilon, 258 Sigma Tau, 148 Spur, 145 Sumalia, 142 T Tau Beta Pi, 139 Theta Xi, 260 H U University Choir, 18 University of Colora 2 do Band, 183 University Women's Club, 186 V Varsity Club, 193 Viking Club, 190 W Wesley Foundation, Y Y. 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