University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO)

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; .-5, J i-r. ii: , (; ' ' N.( 4 ' vA P m in i: ■ i xV ' v l ' ' i x. ' i t• " : ' ' » ' i it««3S!HJ .■:. , ? , ■i-,yi ■ ' ■mn- . -■4.. -T - . - X.i «j j iyi - I !■ ! I ■■ — —— -. « fc. _ - » I •a4 k ■ Bl «4 m " Sv- 1- WXJiSSJte;, m.t 4 ' ■ 1 1943 COLORADAN VoUs E p, ,1 c.-T ' -tr " ' ' R B U S I N E SSJ W G E R PUBLISHED BY he Sdoclateci students Sdoaa OF THE U nwerM itu ov L olorado BOULDER, COLORADO FOREWORD The scene which we have tried to depict on the pages of this book has been a constantly changing one. Not since 1917 has the C. U. campus had to bid farewells to so many students during a school year. Besides those depart- ing, there has been a large influx of naval radio and Japanese language students for special training on our campus. • Events at the University in the year 1942-43 have been greatly influenced by the war. Not only has this been apparent in the altering of the student population, but also in activities, where aid to the war effort has played a promment part. " " It is with the hope that this volume will reflect a few of the events and some of the happy days that will become memories to carry with you, not ones to leave behind. M INDEX LIFE AT C. U. ADMINISTRATION PACESETTERS CLASSES MEDICAL SCHOOL FRESHMEN BEAUTY QUEENS ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS INTRAMURALS ' ORGANIZATIONS FRATERNITIES AND SORORITIES ADVERTISING DEDICATION To the men and women of the University of Colorado in the service of their country this book is respectfully dedicated. ABRUMS, JOHN DENISE ACTON, CURTIS KEITH ADAMS. JOHN ROBERT AKERS. HAROLD BRYAN, JR. ALF, JOHN TOCHLE ALLEN, AUBREY JAMES ALLEY, PAUL N. ALPERT. THEODORE ANDERSON. AHRAN ANDERSON, CHARLES EDWIN ANDERSON, DONALD ALBERT ANDERSON, EWALT ANDERSON, JOHN ALEXANDER ANDERSON. PARLEY ANDERSON, RICHARD LaVERNE ANDERSON, ROBERT ANDERSON, T. ROD ANSTEENSEN, EILIF APPEL. WALTER MICHAEL APPLEGATE, STEPHEN WALLACE ARNOLD, PAUL FRANKLIN ASENIERO. WILLIAM LORENZO ASKEROOTH. LYLE CHAUNCEY ASPINWALL. 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JAMEaEDWlN rOBERTS, JAME GOFPON =!OBERTS, MUR V B;Ki ERTS, WIL AM JOIN. JR. ILL SHAMES, OBEY SHANNON, GUS SHERIDAN, DAVID SKINNER H, ALBERT PAUL SHERREtN WILLIAM SHIFFEBTGEORGE EDWAS lALL. CLARK McMILL V ILLIAM LTZ. NORMAN ELLIOTT lEIER. LEONARD SMIT: : SIESERS. WILLIAM EDWARI ■SIi eRBERG. MARVIN SYLV S PSON. WAYNE GILBERT, §ON iHOMAS Mc yf Y ! iTid. eu5e 5IT1K. WILLIAiy ■ Srp LL, CHARTS LAV SON. N N HIGH SMALLEY. Z)MER DELBE SMILEY, l RSE WESLfi Sypt , C .RLES E ' SMTtH, De n BO SMITH, go: SMITH, GORDOa M SMITH, JACK DfAN SMITH, JAMES SNMtH, JAMES SMITH, RALPH SMITH, ROBER AMINHARL itOTT ND| UF IIlLIAM LL AN liOK, JACK S loNEY, THO: 3SA, LLOYD 5E. LLOYDR Mi _ROEEIigl»« Sl ROSSMAN, WARDEN ROIKENIA. RAL ROUP, NORMAN lEWys ROWRA, LINS D. RUdIn, DONALD rudLlph, rowe.Ijr. RUPa, GEORGE RUPn HOWARD MILTON RUSKl DAVID FR; NCIS RUSlirON, ARTHL H RUSSILL, KEMPTO I V ALKtR RUTHERFORD, Wf LLS HAfJaCE SACHTER, LEWIS SAFR.4N, HOWARD DAVID ] SALIMRN, FLOYD . SALIBA, MAURICE sandi4am. GIBSOI SANDUEKY. JAMES HENRY SATO. 1AM ISAMLl SAUNDERS, ROGEI MERVILU SAXTOIf, CHESTER SAYRE, JOHN SCANL N, JOSEPH ALFRED SCANTLIn, GEOROE FRANK .WILLIAM DALE IT WILBUR ER, ChViRLES WEBSTER ALBERT TOOLLANDHOHN V. SCHRADER. DON RALPH SCOTT. DONALD ROBERT SCOTT, GEORGE EDMOND SCOTT, ROY SCRUBY, RALPH SECOR, WILLIAM T. SEIDENSTICKER, WILLIAM DILLON SELEEN, DARV IN SELF. LARRY KEITH SHAFFER. ERNEST SHAKESHAFT. RICHARD DANA ' ALL SNYDER, LINCfN El i AgD FFfDERICK ERS LEX ANDER ALE :n SOFEN, IRVINif km I SOMMERS. ErJuCE ( ;LEN SPARKS, WAHREN (fRVILLE SP K, RICh rD SPUR, IVAN SPENCER, CHARLfS SPENSKO, RCBE SPIVAK. HYIM tfA ' lID _STAHlitifi- 4u CI STARK, MAP STARR, PAl STEARNS, EDWARD ER ANDREV DONALD RAYMOND! DtAll .RUM STEDWELL, MM!IO STEELE, RIChArD .DWELL STEINMETa MARV STERLING, ICHN ElflBER STETSON, feoBERT stevenscjn, v al stinemever, wilifam roy stinton john EEWARD STIRLINq, JOHN EjAMILTON STOKES, EDWARD STOLLERf, HAROLC STOLE, WILLIAM STONG,lbAVID stong john STOVALL. ROBERT STRAUES, DON SP STREAMER, CHARI ES WALK STRONG, ROBERT (ENRY STRYMER, JOHN STUDIBAKER, JAM TALCDTT, VERNOr TAPpfciN, charle; foR, CLYDE A TA OR, EUGENE TaAoR, JOHN wil: TAYUpR, THOMAS JEAS|AI.E, JAY M :ST, DONALD TENENBAUM, HAROLD BERTHUM TENNY, JOHN THOMAS, ROBERT VINCENT THOMPSEN, ERNEST AUGUST TIDWELL. BRUCE A. TILTON. WARREN DE BLOIS TIPPETT. RAYMOND GUY TIPTON. ROBERT ROYCE TOBIN, JOHN JAMES TOBIN, JOHN TODD, JOHN CLIFTON VAK S HUGH WARREIi =iTIN TORBET, ROBERT PETER TOUCHTON. CHARLES KENNETH TOWNLEY. RODNEY DALE iICK, JOHN TREVIThTCJSRICHARD JAMES TRIFON, HALJ TROY Rtgi,i(fiDEARL ' .RTHUR LEONARD :NEST ORRIN -OBERT IERRENCE BAZZIL V AYNE EVERETT JOHN CARL THE [ODEVITA, MARVIN PmuP ULLRICH, ARTHUR JOS H ULLRICH, RAYMO ND CaJviN [CijLMER, HERBERT. UNDERWOOD, CHARLES 1 VAGNINO, EDWlRD P. I ' ANCE, JACK ulc]kn .PliD VAN ARSDALE, vaYNe aLSOTT VAN METER, VJARREN EUGENE jVAN SCHAACH ROBEF ' van schaaci, peter schuyler VAUGHN, GRAHAM ykuMBULL VENDITTI, FRED PHIl lP jo VENUTI, ROBIRT VERNER. RofERT JCfiN VEFi . " " om; VINING, RCJBERT ACKSON VINSON. rAbERt j ACKSON VINYORD, FRAn EDWARD VOCKEL, myr; VOORHEES, DrfNIEL BALDWIN WAFER, will am EARLE WAGGEIira lUBERT ULLRIC A £»rc(stLAN STANLEY rALKEFf HAIRY ANTHONY walkeb, janes walkeI, v yman WALLM:E ESTELL BRUCE WALLERMK, LINCOLN WANCeC, STANLEY WARhE, CLINTON LEE WAR»iAUER, TED FRANK WARIEN, DONALD SIDNEY WATIINS, EUGENE CONRAD WAtIoN, ROBERT WARREN WATTS, LAWRENCE MILTON WAfMAN, CRAIG LFE, ROBERT HARMON ILFF, HERAM BRADLEY, JR. WfiLFSON, ALBERT 30D, HARRY DODS, GLEN roODS, KENNETH I ' CODHILL, GUY ALAN OODNORTH, PAUL THOMAS, JR. OODRIDGE, JAY HENRY WOODSON, WILLIAM HAMILTON f WOODWORTH, ROBERT JAY WOOLARD. WILLIAM CHARLES WRIGHT. GEORGE EDWARD WRIGHT, HARRY WRIGHT, WILBUR WUNNICKE, CHARLES WYATT, KON, JR, YATES, ROBERT JARVIS YAW, ROBERT HORTON YOUNG, CHARLES EDWARD YOUNG, ROBERT GLEN YOUNG, WILLIAM YOUNT, KEITH EUGENE YUNCKER, JOHN MEREDITH ZARLENGO, THEODORE GEORGE ZARLENGO, ANTHONY VINCENT ZELINGER, MORRIS GILBERT ZIMMERMAN, ROBERT CARL ZLATCH, ALEXANDER 8 LIFE AT C. U. Breakfast at Owen ' s . . . eight o ' clock in Arts . . . clatter of the Engine School . . . coke at the Sink . . . bell of Old Main ... a snooze in the lib . . . lunch at the Casa Grande . . . afternoon in the chem lab . . . refuge in a Law School cubicle . . . Y. W. C. A. meeting . . . and relaxation tea. Dinner comes — go easy on the sugar . . . Ballad for Americans ... off to a tea dance . . . then a coke at Greenman ' s . . . home to my little room under the eaves, where my light burns far into the night. Who am I? They call be " Buff " for short ... in the long, 1 am the spirit of C. U. 9 LIFE AT C. U. Came September and students answered the call of the classroom. To Boulder, pictur- esquely located on the feet of a mountain range, center of Colorado ' s largest institution of higher learning, came approximately four thousand students. An expected enrollment decrease was counterbalanced by a record freshman class. Students looked forward to a normal year of football, formals, and finals. Underneath the surface, however, could be seen the grim reality as the University entered its first full war year. A call, even louder than knowledge, had been sounded. It was a call to arms and many familiar faces had answered it. The effect was noticeable not only in this way, but in many others. About five hundred of the school ' s male population had enlisted in one of the reserves. The navy radio school was increasing in importance and the Japanese language school was be- ginning to accustom students to a previously unknown tongue. Registering students also found that many regular courses had been curtailed because the professors had gone to war and that many new defense courses had been added. Uniforms dotted the campus, and the war shared time with the prospects of the football team which was twice daily innoculating itself with the Yeager system in preparation for the coming season. lU NLV mS OWN GENERATION R E M A I N sTrw71H| CSc. Gateway to knowledge 11 louVine N at C. t - --« " « ' fCt. " - ' -fc com- T.» -- ' .lis 1- : vrt !:£ The 5:00 o ' clock whistle never blew Still have five. Sec? Don ' t trip on that lip Just a shot in the Police Gazette The dawn oi a new dry day ' How do you like No, not Timber Town, just Kappas enjoy- ing one another Mrs. Tyler presides at the Pi Phi House Happy pledge night, fellows! ! The two the Thetas robbed • « Viis uno ally dormUoty ithout a TypiCC And me w .- - , siinq-s ° l eokVondSuqat. the Siqtrva 15 J , .. e w s and With sb° ' ' . 6° ioolbaW- " ' IwEo bands and ch ° ard S Shannon or ' , oc. rode biqV o " n s cf t cro- " SramandL saUon • - Let ' s have 3 lor the TEAM ® v.aU W " MheQua - J. Marin° ,t aV PT° " " ' ' i« -- ,v The fleet ' s in— The Rookies The more the face the better they are A bunch from the Pueblo campus Sollie Roso — football heroes as they ' re supposed to look Turkey day game 65c worth of patriotism With a twist of the wrist — It ' s an art Woog ' s reward for picking beets We revert to an earlier stage All Dr. D. needs is his beard to be strictly old world y.. A-. -i- . •-•-■ H 65c worth of patriotism With a twist of the wrist — It ' s an art Woog ' s reward for picking beets We revert to an earUer stage All Dr. D. needs is his beard to be strictly old world President Robert L. Stearns 21 Frank D. Allen Norman W. Baker E. Ray Campbell Lawrence W. Cole Dr. Martin D. Currigan Robert R. Knowles BOARD of REGENTS FRANK D. ALLEN. NORMAN W. BAKER.. E. RAY CAMPBELL DR. LAWRENCE W. COLE... DR. MARTIN D. CURRIGAN ROBERT R. KNOWLES Akron, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Denver, Colorado Sterling, Colorado Few persons figure more prominently in the life of every student at the University than members of the Board of Regents. Proof of their ability and interest is shown in the popular elec- tions held bi-annually for six-year terms. Policies, appointments, authorization of business and the general responsibility of C. U. rests in their hands. 2 ' JS EXECUTIVE COUNCIL The main purposes of the Executive Council are to deal with emergency problems and to formulate and enforce temporary regula- tions. The President of the University, the deans of the colleges and four members elected from the University Senate comprise the council. MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL PROFESSOR GORDON ALEXANDER Head of Biology PROFESSOR OTTO W. BIRK Head of Engineering English DEAN LYDIA L. BROWN. .._ Dean of Women DEAN HARRY CARLSON., Dean of Men DEAN A. C. CROSS- Dean of Extension Division DEAN E. F. D ' ARMS Dean of Summer Quarter PROFESSOR PAUL M. DEAN Professor of Chemistry DEAN ROWLAND W. DUNHAM Dean of Music DEAN HERBERT S. EVANS Dean of College of Engineering DEAN M. D. GREEN Dean of Law School DEAN R. G. GUSTAVSON Dean of Graduate School DEAN ELMORE PETERSON... Dean of Business School DEAN MAURICE H. REES... Dean of Medical School CAPTAIN F. H. ROBERTS Professor of Military Science and Tactics ROBERT L. STEARNS President DEAN JACOB VAN EK Dean of Arts and Sciences School DEAN H. C. WASHBURN Dean of Pharmacy School PROFESSOR P. G. WORCESTER Head of Geology Department 23 lACOB VAN EK Dean of Arts and Sciences HARRY CARLSON Dean oi Men LYDIA L BROWN Dean of Women HERBERT S, EVANS Dean ol Engineering 84 MAURICE H. REES Dean ol Medicine RUTH COLESTOCK Director oi School of Nursing EDWARD C. KING Dean of Law ELMORE PETERSON Dean of Business School HOMER C. WASHBURN Dean ol Pharmacy ROWLAND H. DUNHAM Dean of Music 25 R. A. GUSTAVSON Chemistry CLAY P. MALICK Social Sciences WALTER B. VEAZIE Philosophy ERIC N. RACKHAM Admliiioni CAPTAIN FRANK H. ROBERTS Naval Tacllct and Sciencd MURIEL V. SIBELL Fine Arts C. C. ECKHARDT History STUART CUTHBERTSON Romance Languages ANNA W. WILLIAMS Home Economics " ' . RALPH L. CROSMAN Journalism 27 HARL R. DOUGLASS Psychology RALPH E. ELLSWORTH Director of Libraries AUBREY I, KEMPNER Mathematics CLARENCE L, ECKEL Civil Enqlnaorlng as GEORGE F. REYNOLDS English and Cngllih Llleratur Associated Students of the University of Colorado l, sown, .he P ' O " -; -» °t „e„5 housing lacli.tes and ' " " " , ftie loss ol Ihiee ol lis oll.cers " T " d has ' eeoS David Flemina presl- it Ken ' Uovd V.oe Preslden.: o„d Morcia Warner, Third Vice-Pres.deni. The»de «;he-onHe- - r :r:hich s o ,ve - s.-„, a school iile. The =ons« ui,on,s.. ° " 1 b:tctp.i by The executive councii, rS en ' s " n ' he voie ol ihe s.uden.s. SENATE nnP of the two governing bodies of the A. W. S. during winter quarter. A.W.S. Senate Officers President SARA FLANDERS Vice-President BETTY ANN GREIM, " " ' " secretary ILA MAE PURCELU T.Treasurer VIVIAN MARINOFF MEMBERS lANE DYDE nOWELL KATHRYN FREED marILYN OLDLAND MARY LOU JOHNSTON ' J ' PEABODY BETTY WH,TELY MANLEY ;™ !;,,,, JANE MORGAN ' " ' FACULTY ADVISORS TYDIAL BROWN MARY ETHEL BALL LYDIA L. THERESE STENGEL Associated Students of the University of Colorado Durin. our first year oi o ' ; l ' ;; , U. C. Cornmission has PjaW ,ole in solving the f ° ' f ing the °rn ofti rr --- ' activities ot tne wui investigating men ' s housm, fa= ' " ' « ,° " „ ,,„, helped ' r.rte=L fr=.-..odv. A,.h„u,h ,he =om,«.ss.o„ was h.nd« d bv corps, Glen H ' ' " =°= ' ;„„, „he„d wllh its " " " " J ' d has ' ic ' ad David Remln,, presl- „ork and has e ecl p y,„,, „d r;Jwat;Sd V.ce.P.„deh.. hoped thai Ihe student l»dy " .11 _„ ' t:i ' t " ?e ' rst:;r„°sst.iihe« S;Sd ' ta,be.o,e.,oanb PU..n.a- SENATE One of the two governing bodies of the A. W. S. during winter quarter. A.W.S. Senate Officers „„o President SARA FLANDERS Vice-President BETTY ANN G IM.. " " " ' secretary ILA MAE PURCEa_ ..Treasurer VIVIAN MARINOFF MEMBERS MARY LOUISE BARKER ELIZABETH BENNETT NAGLEE JANE DYDE KATHRYN FREED MARY LOU JOHNSTON BETTY WHITELY MANLEY JANE MORGAN ALICE NELSON ANN NOVi LL MARILYN OLDLAND KATHRYN PEABODY MARCIA WARNER LYDIA L. BROWN FACULTY ADVISORS MARY ETHEL BALL THERESE STENGEL »2 w House of Representatives One «p,es,„.a. ve member l,om each soron.y and an °™. number Irom ,he non-sorarUV ' -- - f .e members o. - " I TT .X- .o " " also is in charge of the annual A. w. o woman convocations. PERSONNEL BETTY ANN GREIM -- Speaker MEMBERS ANN ATKEISON MAXINE BARRETT BARBARA BLACK MARY ELIZABETH BUSH BETTY CAMERON MARIORIE CROSS BETTY DODSON lEAN ERWIN LYNETTE FAYTINGER BETTY FULTON ADELE HOPFINGER FRANCES KRACHA JEAN McDonald MARY lEAN McKEE BETTY JEANNE MILLER MARY ANN MINTON ALICE NELSON ZIPPORAH PARKS PHIL ROMANO MARIAN RILEY BETTY SANBORN SNOW DOROTHY TESDELL MARIORIE VOYEN m _;, ' . Wf 1 A n wk e Independent Students ' Association The largest campus organization has this year more than ever been an important and progressive element on the campus. The Independent Organiza- tion, besides functioning in intramurals, activities, and in the political field, provides a variety of social enter- tainment through the medium of weekly tea dances and quarterly formals. They have recreational facilities both in Memorial and in the Women ' s Building. k i OFFICERS JOE CHINN President RICHARD BEIDLEMAN Vice-President ALICE NELSON Secretary MURIEL MADDOX Treasurer PAULINE MILLER A. S. U. C. Representative BENJAMIN GALLAND Sponsor JOHN STINTON ROBERT JUNGE MARGARET OGIER Freshman Representatives GENE OVERSTREET BETTY NASH Sophomore Representatives HARRY McMILLEN LORRAINE LITTLER Junior Representatives ROBERT DRESSLER FANNIE RUTHERFORD Senior Representatives MARY ROGERS GEORGE STARK {Naval Radio School) Dormitory Representatives FRANK SAKALEY Publicity MARK ELICH Athletics WILBURT JAMISON Dance Manager 31 COMBINED ENGINEERS The functions of the government in the Engine School rest in the hands of the Combined Engineers. They sponsor also the quarterly publication of " The Colorado Engineer " and a loan fund for members of the school. Social highlights include the Applefest, the Engineer ' s Ball and the annual Openhouse on Engineers ' Day. OFFICERS HAROLD CARVER President ROBERT ISAAK Vice-President DAVID FLEMING Secretary CHARLES DREXEL .....Treasurer Drexel Isaak Fleming Carver 35 BUSINESS SCHOOL Taking time out from training future business executives, the Business School has managed to find a spare moment for social relaxation. Their winter quarter banquet was deemed a success, and their cowboy dance will be a long-remembered occasion. The Blotter and Ticker Tape are two of the outstand- ing publications of this school. OFFICERS ROWE RUDOLPH President BARBARA CRAFTS Vice-President HELEN ALFORD Secretary GEORGE SCHADE Treasurer Rudolph Crafts AHord Schade 36 PACESETTERS Activities, honors, grades, and committees have featured prominently in the lives of the twelve Pacesetters on the next pages. They ' ve been leaders from the moment they first set foot on the green campus of C. U., through the windstorms and blizzards, from early morning until late at night. They ' ve been the ones to set the unerring and ever active pace of all Coloradans, to suggest and to put over new ideas. But don ' t give them too much of " the credit; their success has really been mostly due to me — the little Buff spirit of C. U. 37 PACESETTERS GLENN HEDGECOCK . . . Three years of football and wrestling built " Hedgie " up enough to withstand the slings and arrows that accompany the outrageous task of being president of the student body. Not entirely a novice in this field, he was president of his sopho- more and junior classes. Nor has there been any lack of laurels on his brow, for he has been an ardent member of Sumalia, Phi Delta Kappa, Sigma Delta Pi, and Heart and Dagger, besides being the proud possessor of a wife. Sorry, girls . . . r:_j. SARA FLANDERS . . . What made Sara our perfect candidate for Miss C. U.? Her versatility, of course . . . her friendliness . . . her sportsmanship . . . membership in Spur, Hesperia and Mortar Board . . . presi- dent of A. W. S. . . . junior Phi Beta . . . 3-point average . . . president of Panhellenic . . . Who ' s Who . . . and Paul . . . 1 ROBERT HAWLEY . . . Riding bucking broncos in rodeos has been Bob ' s unique method of putting himself through school. Romance, unlike lightning, struck twice in the same place, since the future Mrs. Hawley — Betty Mac — was last year ' s Coloradon editor. C. U. Day committee, chairman of the sophomnre prom, active in intramurals, vice-presidents of S.A.E., Who ' s Who, Heart and Dagger, Equestrian Club . . . take it away, Hawleyl :t8 PACESETTERS ELAINE BLOMGREN . . . Her effervescent spirit has led Eli Blomgren into almost every campus activity. Whatever you do, wherever you go, you ' re sure to see Elaine. Her hobbies are numerous, and while the password is " Fun, " she takes time out for Motor Mechanics, prominence in Y. W. C. A., being assistant editor on the Colo- radan and associate editor of the Dodo. Spur, Hesperia, Por- poise, W. A. A., Rhythm Circus — all are proud of this Dee Gee junior. DICK WOODWARD . , . An S.A.E., but no violet, Woodie has proved himself, accord- ing to Yeager, the best end in the Conference for two years in a row, and has been chosen on several all-conference teams. One of our better-known engineers, he is a member of Sigma Tau, and he has a job in a chemical plant in Pittsburgh all lined-up. He has been tapped by Sumalia and Scimitar. RUTH STRAUSS . . . Ruth Strauss, our way of saying Efficiency Plus . . . plus what? . . . plus her infectious personality. This combination has made her assistant editor of the Coloradan, a member of Women ' s Club triad, Porpoise, Spur and W. A. A. She is cer- tainly proof that one can work one ' s way through college and enjoy campus life at the same time. 39 PACESETTERS BOB KIRCHNER . . . No tired businessman routine for this fair-haired lad, who after discharging his duties as a member of the Business School Student Council and as business manager of Ticker Tape, " Beanie " still finds time to preside over the local chapter of Phi Gamma Delta, attend Interfraternity Council meetings, and star in varsity basketball and tennis. Honors include Heart and Dagger and Who ' s Who. VIVIAN MARINOFF . . . Although she is only a sophomore, Chi O Vee Marinoff has already shown that she has what it takes. She is treasurer of A. W. S., on the Board of Publications, a Coed Counsellor, a member of Ponhellenic and Senate. The S G is proud to claim her as one of its outstanding journalists in its realm of the Fourth Estate. STAN HENDRICKSON . . . Maybe you don ' t have to be a football hero to get along with a beautiful girl, but it does add a little touch of glamour . . . how about that, Stan? Unusually light for an all-conference end of 6 ' 2 " , he weighs only 167 pounds. After this year he ' ll be totin ' the rifle instead of the pigskin. 40 PACESETTERS BETTY ANN GREIM . . . Pi Phi Bags Greim is best known for her perpetual bridge games in Greenmans and for her capacity for cokes. Of course, there are those who might add that she is vice-president of A. W. S. and has been tapped for Spur, Hesperia and Mortar Board. To us, however, B. A. is the Miss Personality of the campus. She has been active on the Coloradan staff, in Coed Counsellors, and in Rhythm Circus. PAUL CLARK . . . Versatile is the word for Paul Clark, the Drew Pearson and Robert Allen of the C. U. campus. At the drop of a hat he ' ll make a speech on anything from athletics to Russia. Phi Beta . . . Sumalia . . . Oar and Chain ... Pi Gamma Mu . . . vice- president of A.S.U.C. . . . Little Theater . . . president of Heart and Dagger, but his heart belongs to Sara. PAT SWEET . . . Pat Svreet was once queen of the Engine Ball, and soon she will take it over as a lifetime occupation with last year ' s outstanding engineer, John Fredericks. Not only is this Theta one of the few girls in the Engine school, but she has served on the Chapel Committee, the Sophomore and Junior Prom com- mittees, and has been a member of Spur and ffesperia. 41 cJ ite at C . i h The War remained with the students wherever they went. Biggest single thing of the guarter was the remodeling of the fieldhouse. Once the home of the Colorado ' s cage teams, perennial national champions, the large building was now going to be a home for the naval gobs. Uncle Sam ' s entries replaced the hoopsters, cindermen and winter foot- ballers who had formerly drilled indoors. This was not the only con- version. Surprised students wandering through Memorial learned that the lounges had been converted into two-by-four class rooms for the Language School. President Stearns had gone to find out what the Uni- versity could do for Victory. Dick Arnold, Barb Prexy, was called to the colors. Many campus cokeries were closed one day a week because of the help shortage; worst of all coke, itself, was rationed. The A. S. U. C. Commission, student governing body struck at pleas- ure drivers by banning student automobiles on the campu s. Professor Toepelman, Army Reserve Head, issued calls for volunteers, and students found that the Hill Bus Station had been abandoned. Despite changes the Coloradan, Silver and Gold. Dodo, Window, and Colorado Engineer maintained their place in campus life. Mrs. Long kept the Colorado Alumnus at its usual high standard, and Knots and Fathoms, N. R. O. T. C. magazine joined the publications family. 4-Z Hoot Ma " 14 ' « ' - - , s and dances -ej , and Bud ' l-- °VoUen V em and °n , °rsUa..W wUe interested .n .v.a.e.-r;:::tt r dassroon s, e ere G,eenmans, O " , Qu nes, on 3- -« ° Tu vTas cast v.ben J as tee P° ° . «ie dov n 44 tteV- Some Homecoming Pan-Hellenic efiort Jifea t cu ■r. iVie service ° . bv Chairman Ciar carried out by b3eni KisUerar.dh.sasso ,,,3 — V---; ,3oihecusio- " Vhe serv.ce, b . ra- -° °f n " concer iraled on °- ' " ' ;rorial: -d f „en and soP , ior rope. s» coniest. - oo e-painUnq Colorado duclcings rernamea againsi Utah s « ,3 Pi P " 1, over Vhe iesU - elecied to revgn ° Hen «- ' " ' J io ice and even the teo- - t Uard. Brotz- " ' Tc rli couldhUeeP man. and Ca „ 0. Utah Uom v.mmng Oooh-tticVdes •10 Unfortunately we lost OUR scalp Homecoming queen a la Hollywood — Bar- bara Buchanan War decorations — learning and progress Alley— OOOp We can ' t boast on this one r 47 4OUARTER COLORADO ( 00 r, jUifea I CM- All American Team — famale version .nashinci ° perhaps .e D« " " ' he v.o schools as ' 3 ,he Pioneers v,V p °Y- ' tr a member oi mmu e dew. s . s outswridir q Sara o " " " " Presider V o oil. Saia F an ' dets.VhePe opWs cboVce 48 .. J ?- ' •- Hail the conquering COLORADAN sta« Acacia high-flyer The S. S G. staff — they got the bone in the soupbowl game Change your major, J. T.? Every day about that time -49 jttm ' f 1 Pi Phi iormal, and not a Phi Gam in sight Alpha Chi reflections D. G. ' s put on the after-formal feed bag Back for seconds We said watch the birdie, not swallow it CLASSES When I was just a sophomore Buffalo, I struggled hard to work and play- like all the other Buffaloes. To be a B. M. O. C. was my main ambition. The next year, having grown older and wiser, I decided to concentrate on scholar- ship, activities, and a social life on a thirty-four hour day. Now I am a senior and having grown world-weary from traversing the beaten paths, I have de- cided that the road to success is early to bed and never to rise. 51 S2 i SARA FLANDERS, Outstanding Senior Woman 53 DAVID FLEMING. Canebearer PHI BETA KAPPA Faculty Members and Members in the Graduate School HENRIETTA M. ADAMS FREDERICK BRAMHALL JAMES W. BROXON HOPE BRUNER ROY ALAN COX WARD DARLEY THOMAS E. DEVANEY JANE DONNEN WILLIAM T. EDMUNDSON CARL C. ECKHARDT ANGELINE FIGLEY PERCY S. FRITZ BENJAMIN GALLAND LOIS GERMANN F. E. E. GERMANN COLIN GOODYKOONTZ DALE GRIFFIN FLORENCE HELTING FRITZ L. HOFFMANN FRANCES JAMESON CLARIBEL KENDALL HUGH KINGERY DORIS H. LATTAROP LEONARD LEH LESLIE L, LEWIS PAULINE MARSHALL ROLLIN McCOMBS IRENE McKEEHAN CHARLES H. NORRIS DOROTHY OGILVY JACK OGILVY DOROTHY PALMER JOSEPH REDICK CHARLES REGER MARJORIE REYBURN GEORGE REYNOLDS EDNA REYNOLDS EDNA ROMIG PAUL SCHROEDER EDWARD SEIDENSTICKER ROBERT L. STEARNS BETTY STOELZO FREDERIC STORKE FRANCES STRIBIC IDA SWAYNE EARL SWISHER HARRISON S. THOMSON MABLE VAN DUZEE EDWARD J. WEST MARJORIE WHELDON ANNA W. Wn.LIAMS FRANCIS WOLLE PHILIP WORCESTER Members Elected Spring, 1942 MARTHA AMMONS ESTHER BATES PHILIP BERNSTEIN JANET CARRINGTON PEGGY CHASE MARGARET CHRISTOPHER RUTH ENGLUND ROBBINS FISCHER MARGARET FLOYD ROGER GRAY VIRGINIA HANKS ALBERT HEYA, JR. GEORGENE ILES DAVID JANISON CATHERINE PRESTON BERNARD ROSENBERG RODNEY STEVENS DOROTHY SUGG ALVIN WERNBERGER MARJORIE WEST JAMES WOOD Members Elected Fall, 1942 PAUL CLARK MINOR COON SARA FLANDERS MARGARET HAGLER STANLEY RASMUSSEN ANDREA R. ROSENBERG JIMMIE TAGUCHI HELEN WEHLBY FRANKLIN DURHAM President GORDON POTTER Vice-President CHARLES DREXEL Corresponding Secretary HAROLD CARVER Recording Secretary WAYNE S. BEATTIE Treasurer A. J. McNAIR Cataloguer ADVISORY BOARD C. W. BORGMANN F. A. EASTOM H. L. PALMER WARREN RAEDER F. S. BAUER W. S. BEATTIE C. W. BORGMANN W. F. BRUBAKER W. C. DuVALL R. L. DOWNING FACULTY F. A. EASTOM C. L. ECKEL LEROY HOLUBAR C. A. HUTCHINSON W. F. MALLORY A. J. McNAIR W. K. NELSON H. B. PALMER N. A. PARKER WARREN RAEDER L. C. SNIVELY GEORGE BAROCH LESLIE BURRIS HAROLD CARVER DICK DAWSON FREDERICK DRAKE CHARLES DREXEL FRANKLIN DURHAM WILLIAM EICHELBERGER REX ELLINGTON JACK ESGAR DAVID FLEMING ACTIVES WILLIE FONG HARRY FRY ROBERT ISAAK LEROY JACOX JOSEPH KEARNEY ROBERT KERN ARTHUR KRILL CHARLES McKEEVER WILLIAM PIETENPOL JACK POHLENZ GORDON POTTER PHILLIP ROBERTSON RALPH ROUKEMA STANLEY SALYARDS JACK SCHULZ EARL SHELTON CARL SPAULDING IVAN SPEER WALTER STROH THOMAS VICK ROY cn £ TAU BETA Pi 55 HEART AND DAGGER HONORARY SENIOR MEN PAUL CLARK .. President GLEN HEDGECOCK Vice-President FRANK KARSH . Secretary DAVID FLEMING Treasurer GEORGE H. LIGHT ..Sponsor FACULTY MEMBERS WALTER B. FRANKLIN GEORGE H. LIGHT COLIN B. GOODYKOONTZ ROBERT L. STEARNS WILLIAM C. LAM FRANK H. WOLCOTT MEMBERS PAUL CLARK FRANK KARSH BOB KIRCHNER GLEN HEDGECOCK DAVID FLEMING ROBERT HAWLEY Clork Fleming Hawley Hedgecock Karsh Kirchner .-.« Top row — Bartram, Becker. Calderwood, Flanders, Greim. Jewell Bottom row — Oldland, Warner, Weller MORTAR BOARD HONORARY SENIOR WOMEN MARCIA WARNER Presidenl BETTY ANN GREIM Vic President SARA FLANDERS Secretary MARILYN OLDLAND __... Tre asurer AILEEN JEWELL Editor LUCILLE BECKER Social Chairman MISS KANOUSE FACULTY ADVISORS MISS MARTIN MISS RUSSELL LYDIA BROWN CLARIBEL KENDALL FACULTY MEMBERS DOROTHY MARTIN IRENE McKEEHAN FRANCES STRIBIC MARIAN BARTRAM LUCILLE BECKER NORMA JEAN CALDERWOOD MEMBERS SARA FLANDERS BETTY ANN GREIM AILEEN JEWELL MARILYN OLDLAND MARCIA WARNER PHYLLIS WELLER 57 EVELYN RUTH ADKINSON Business; Otto Folin Club. CHARLES THOMAS ALBERICO Engineering: A.S.M.E.; Newman Club; Band. Crowley, Colorado Pueblo, Colorado Fort Collins. Colorado HELEN lEANETTE ALFORD Business; Pi Beta Phi: Beta Sigma: Secretary ol Business School ; COLORADAN; Silver and Gold; Y.W.C.A.; Rhythm Circus Committee; Intramurals. MARGIE LOUISE ALLEN Akron. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma, Treasurer; Spur; Hesperia; Window, Assistant Editor; House of Representatives; President oi Harding Hall; U.W.C. Triad; A.W.S. Vaudeville. CHARLES EDWIN ANDERSON Business. DUANE FREDRICK ANDERSON Engineering; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. Pueblo, Colorado Jamestown, New York WALTER MICHAEL APPEL Denver, Colorado Engineering; Alpha Tau Omega; A.S.C.E.; Sigma Pi Sigma; Oar and Chain, Vice-President; Silver and Gold, Assistant Editor; Colorado Engineer, Assistant Editor; Engineers Ball Committee; C. U. Days Com- mittee; Sophomore Prom Committee. JEAN HOLLINGSWORTH ASHBY Cedar Rapids, Iowa Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega; Porpoise; Intramurals. A. ANN ATKEISON Munday, Texas Arts and Sciences; House of Representatives; W.A.A.: Orchesis. DICK 1 Class of SHAKESHAFT RICHARD AZAR fiutin si. Raton. New Mexico HERBERT ARNELL BAILEY Busin as; Blotter; Intramurals; Baiabail. Pueblo. Colorado WILLIAM ERNEST BARBOUR Fremont, Nebraska Engineerinq; Ptii Delta Theta; A.S.M.E.; Colorado Enqineer. MAURINE BARNES Wichita. Kansas Muiic: Delta Delta Delia; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A.; Inlramurale; Choir. GEORGE FRANK BAROCH Denver. Colorado Enqineertnq; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Mu Epailon; A.I.E.E.; Newman Club; Radio Club FRANCIS PURCELL EARTH Brighton. Colorado Arl and Sclencei; Siqma Alpha Epiilon; COLORADAN; C. U. Day Committee; Intramurali. JUNE LOUISE BEAMER Boulder. Colorado Arte and Sclence»; Chi Omeqo; COLORADAN: Dodo; U.W.C; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Cheer Leader. RUTH ELAINE BEARDSLEY Chicago. IlllnoiB r.H Arte and Sciences; lota Siqma PI; Home Economics Club; Madriqal Sinqers; Choir. LUCILLE BECKER Denver. Colorado Arls ond Sciences; Delta Phi Delto; Mortar Board; COLORADAN: Dodo: U.W.C Council; A.W.S. Survey Committee: C U. Day Committee; A.S.U.C. Commission; Ethnic Minority Committee; Newman Club. MARGARET JANE BEIN Berlhoud. Colorado Arts and Sciences: Delta Gamma. President; Kappa Delta Pi: Phi Sigma Iota; Spur: W.A.A., Vice-President: Choir. BETTY DOLORES BENNETT Boulder, Colorado Arts and Sciences: Kappa Phi: U.W.C; Spanish Club; French Club: Wesley Foundation. Secretary. I. HERBERT BESON Business; Phi Epsilon Phi: Intramurals: Choir. Greeley. Colorado ANNA MARIE BIBLE Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Honors: Player ' s Club; Little Theater. DORIS ELLEN BLACKBURN Pueblo, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Theta Sigma Phi; House ol Representatives: Defense Council, Secretary; Orientations, Vice-Chairman: BigeIo v Hall, Presi- dent; Dodo, Managing Editor; Silver and Gold; Y.W.C.A.; U.W.C. CHARLES JAMES BLACKWOOD Trinidad, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Phi Theta Kappa: Phi Rhc Sigma: Sigma Pi Sigma. WILLIAM WINCHESTER BLALOCK Engineering; Alpha Chi Sigma; A.I.Ch.E. PHILIP ARTHUR BLOOMER, JR. Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma. RUTH ELIZABETH BONATH Arts and Sciences. El Paso, Texas Fisher, Louisiana Primghar, Iowa 1943 MARCIA WARNER i SHIRLEY ELIZABETH BOOTH River Foresl. niinois Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; French Club; Intramurals. EDWIN PHILIP BOOTHROYD Engineering; Wesley Foundation. Loveland, Colorado EMMA FRANCES BOWEN Springer. New Mexico Engineering; Kappa Phi; Barb Reeves; Colorado Engineer; U.W.C; Concert Band; Orchestra; Women ' s Marching Band. JOEL C. BRADSHAW, III Pharmacy; A.P.H.A.; Mortar and Pestle. Siratlon, Colorado MARY JANE BRADY Boulder, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Honors Union; U.W.C; Newman Club. CLARICE ARLENE BRAINERD Denver. Colorado Music; Alpha Chi Omega; Porpoise; Student Guidance; Choir; Women ' s Chorus; Buffalo Ski Club; Intercollegiate Ski Union; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Rhythm Circus; Intramurals. THOMAS DE WITT BRENNAN Arts and Sciences. JANET PERLEY BROOKER Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega. HAZEL MARIE BROWN Arts and Sciences. Erie, Colorado Grinnell. Iowa JefierBon. Iowa 59 RICHARD ELLSWORTH BROWN Kansas City, Missouri Business; Beta Theta Pt: Delia Sigma Pi; Ticker Tape. HOWARD PHTLPS HUNGER New York. New York Engineerinq; Phi Delia Theta; A.S.C.E.; Intramurals. BETTY LENOR BURKE Craig, Colorado Music; Kappa Alpha Theta, Vice-President; Spur; Activities Committee; Coed Counsellor; U.W.C.; Choir; Rhythm Circus. ABE HAROLD BURNSTEIN Engineering. Denver. Colorado LESLIE BURRIS. JR. Canon City, Colorado Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Alpha Chi Sigma; Sigma Tau; A.I.Ch.E., President; Pentagon. JACK RAYMOND BURTT Englewood, Colorado Engineering; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E.; Sigma Pi Sigma; Intramurals. MARY ELIZABETH BUSH Grand Junction, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Barb Reeves; U.W.C, Council; Orchestra. ALICE LUCILE CARLSON Arts and Sciences; Window. Oberlin. Kansas CURTIS CHARLES CARMAN Boulder, Colorado Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; A.I.E.E.; Hiking Club, Treasurer. BRUCE A Class of FULLERTON WILLIAM FRANCIS CARROLL Arts and Sci«ncei; Delia Tau Delia. HAROLD EARL CARVER Crown Point, Indiana Loveland, Colorado Engineerinq; Tau Bela Pi; Combined Engineers, PresidenI; Wesley Foundalion; Foolball. SHIRLEY PEARL CHARTIER Denver, Colorado Arls and Sciencei; Delia Gamma; Co-ed Counsellor; A.W.S, Vaude- ville; Inlramurols, BARBARA ELLEN CHASE Downers Grove. Illinois Arls and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A.; Women ' s Marching Band; Inlramurols. JOSEPH YEAW CHINN Denver, Colorado Engineering; Barb Council, PresidenI; A.S.M.E.; Adolphi, Secrelary; Phi Epsilon Phi; A.S.U.C. Commission; Cosmopolilan Club; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. EDWARD CHRISTENSEN Caslle Rock, Colorado Pharmacy; Phi Delia Chi; Phi Epsilon Phi; Morlor Pestio, Vice PresidenI; Ir.A.Ph.A.. President. MARJORIE FRANCES CLAPP Arts and Sciences; Delia Delia Delta. MARIA JANE CLARK Arls and Sciences; Kappa Phi; lota Sigma Pi. Long Beach, Colliornla Cincinnati. Ohio Homowood. Illinois «o PAUL GORDON CLARK Arts and Sciences; Honors Union; Sumolio; Heart and Dagger; Pi Gamma Mu; Delta Sigma Pi; Oar and Chain. Secretory; Forensics; Sil- ver and Cold. News Editor; A.S.U.C. Vice PresidenI; Dramatics; Co- ooerotive Executive Board; Peace Council; Fellowship ol Reconciliation; I.S.A. Council; Oxford Essay Society; Who ' s Who in American Col- leges; " C " Cup Winner; Inlramurols; Swimming; Pacesoller. ROBERT WEBSTER CLARK Business. Kansas City, Missouri ALAN ATHERTON COBURN Deadwood, South Dakota Engineering; Delia Tau Delta; Alpha Chi Sigma; A.I.Ch.E. ELEANOR REEVA COHAN Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delia Phi Epsilon, President; Pi Gamma Mu, Sec- retary; Honors Union; Dialectica, Secretary-Treasurer; Panhellenic; House of Representatives; War Council; Inter-church Council; Civilian Morale Speaker. MARGARET ANN COLLINS Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi; COLORADAN; A.W.S. Vaudeville; W.A.A.; Inlramurals. KATHRYN COLVIN Liberal, Kansas Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; COLORADAN; Y.W.C.A.; U.W.C; W.A.A. ; Intramurals. MINOR JESSER COON Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Chemistry AssistanI; Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Epsilon Phi, President; Freshman Week Committee. MARY EDITH CORLETT Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Little Theater; Player ' s Club; History Club; Newman Club. CORA SMITH COUSIN Arts and Sciences; Newman Club. Shreveport, Louisiana FRANK lOSEPH COZZETTO Crested Butte, Iowa Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu Alpha; Phi Epsilon Phi; Newman Club; Baseball; Intramurals; Band. 1943 JANE -r ' A BEIN BARBARA JANE CRAFTS Elgin, Illinois Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Business School Vice-President; Beta Sigma; Defense Council. MALCOLM DOUGLAS CRAWFORD Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Pi Gamma Mu; Dodo, Business Manager; Intramurals. MARY ELIZABETH CRILEY Georgetown. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Iota, President; Spur; Little Theater; Player ' s Club; Hiking Club, Treasurer; Dormitory Council. GWENDOLYN ANNETTE CROSSWHITE Sterling, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta; Spur; Hesperia; House ol Representatives; Dodo; Silver and Gold; A.W.S. Committee; Y.W.C.A.; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Rhythm Circus Board. SHIRLEY CUNNINGHAM Houston, Texas Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi; Pi Gamma Mu; Peace Council; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A.; Spanish Club; Rhythm Circus. ALICE BEATRICE CURRIER Grand Junction. Colorado Business; Campus Club; Roger William ' s Club; U.W.C; Women ' s Marching Band; Orchestra. JACQUES WILLIAM CURWEN Denver, Colorado Engineering; A.S.C.E. PATRICIA DORIS DANIELS Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Spur; House ol Representa- lives; Y.W.C.A.; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Intramurals; Choir. LORETTA ILENE DAVIDSON Alliance, Nebraska Business; Blotter; U. ' V.C, Secretary; Rhythm Circus; Intramurals. 61 PHYLLIS ANNE DAVIS Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma: Silver and Gold; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; Intramurals; Girls ' Glee Club; Speaking Choir. DICK HOWARD DAWSON Denver. Colorado Engineering; Sigma Chi; Tou Beta Pi, Outstanding Freshman Award; Sigma Tau, Outstanding Freshman Award; Pi Mu Epsilon; Alpha Chi Sigma. Vice-President; A.I.Ch.E.; A.S.U.C. Commission; Colorado Engi- neer, Advertising Manager; Board o} Publications: Engineer ' s Ball Committee; C. U. Day Committee: Intramurals. PAUL MARSHALL DEAN Engineering: A.S.M.E.; Sigma Phi Sigma; Congo Club. Boulder. Colorado WALLACE ALVAN deBEQUE Engineering; Phi Delia Theta, Council; Intramurals. President; Carbondale. Colorado A.I.E.E.; Inter -Fraternity GENEVIEVE DERGANCE Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta P: Denver. Colorado House of Representatives; Defense Council; Dormitory Councilor; Vocational Committee; W.A.A.; U.W.C.; Home Economics Club; Defense Classes. ESTHER DORETTA DEVALON Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta; Spur; Silver and Gold, Society Editor; Vocational Committee; Home Economics Club, President: Career Conference. CHARLES EUGENE DILLON Arts and Sciences; Debate: Intramurals. Delta, Colorado Santa Ana, California ABBIE JEAN DIXON Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega: Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A. ; U.W.C: Homo Economics Club; Intramurals; Red Cross. BEN B. DONSKY Denver, Colorado Engineering; A.I.Ch.E.; Oar and Chain; Alpha Phi Omega. Uc . ROWE Class of RUDOLPH Enqlewood, Colorado JAMES HORACE COWLING Enqin «riiiq; A .M.E.; Intramurals. FBEDEBICK RICHARD DRAKE Denver, Colorado Engineering; Alpha Phi Omega, Pretident; Pi Tau Sigma; Oar and Chain; AS.M.Z. ROBERT LYLE DRESSLER Omaha. Nebraska Arts and Sciencei; Pi Mu Epsilon; Sigma Pi Sigma; Pentagon. CHARLES FRANCIS DREXEL Boulder. Colorado Engineering; A.S.M.E.. President: Combined Engineers, Treasurer; Tau Beta Pi, Secretary; Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma. Treasurer; Pi Mu Epsilon; Oar and Chain; Sigma Pi Sigma; GoH. FRANKLIN PATTON DURHAM Wiley, Colorado Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, President; Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon: Kappa Kappa Pti; Engineers Day Committ ; Concert and Military Band. JANE DYDE Boulder, Colorado Arts and Sciences: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Panhollonic, President: 8«nal : Player ' s Club; W.A.A. WILLIAM P. DYRENFORTH Engineer! rig • ' Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Denver, Colorado A.S.M.E.; Colorado Enginoor. Assistant Editor: COLORADAN; Silver and Gold: C. U. Day Committee: Rhythm Circus. MARY JO EASTMAN Bouldor, Colorado Arts and Science; Kappa Kappa Gamma; COLORADAN; A.W.S. Vaudo ville; Rhythm Circus. H ' 2 DWIGHT GILBERT EGBERT Pharmacy; Phi Gamma Delta; InlramuralB. DIghlon. Kansas Football, Manager; Rhythm Circus; WILLIAM HAROLD EICHELBERGER Honolulu, T.H. Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Sigma Tau; Sigma Pi Sigma; A.I.E.E. MARK ANTHONY ELICH Pueblo, Colorado Engineering; A.I.E.E.; Barb Council; Barb Reeves; Newman Club; Viking Club; Radio Club; Intramurals. REX TRUESDALE ELLINGTON Gunnison, Colorado Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; Sigma Tau, President; Alpha Chi Sigma, Secretary; Pi Mu Epsilon; Colorado Engineer; Applefest Committee; Engineer Day Committee; Phi Epsilon Phi. GEORGE OTIS ELZI Erie, Colorado Business; Delta Sigma Pi; Phi Epsilon Phi; Beta Alpha Psi; Band. MARJORIE LILLIAN ERICKSON Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma, Vice-President; COLORADAN; Dodo; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; A.W.S. Vaudeville; U.W.C; Intramurals; Red Cross. JEAN MARION ERWIN Loveland, Colorado Business; Beta Sigma, Vice-President; House of Representatives; W.A.A., Secretary; U.W.C. JACK B. ESGAR Wiley, Colorado Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Kappa Kappa Psi; A.S.M.E.; Band; C.A.A. lACK CLAIRE EWALD Muskegon, Michigan Engineering; A.S.M.E.; Hiki ng Club; Orchestra. CHARLES EARL FAUBER Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; A.S.C.E. Montrose, Colorado 1945 VIRGINIA JAGGERS LYNETTA ANN FAYTINGER Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; House oi Representatives; U.W.C. ROBERT MAUNSELL FENNER Business; Beta Theta Pi, Treasurer; Rhythm Circus. Evanslon, Dlinois VIVIAN HOPE FIELDS Longmonl. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Barb Council; Senate; Ethnic Minorities Commitl , Chairman; Campus Club, Manager; U.W.C. ROBERT PHILIP FINCH Business; Beta Alpha Psi; Intramurals. Denver, Colorado ROBERT GLENN FISCHER Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Siqma Alpha Epsilon; Gamma Delta; Defense Council. FLORENCE ETHEL FISHER Arts and Sciences; U.W.C. Weslon. Colorado SARA ROSS FLANDERS Longmont, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Spur; Hesperia; Mortar Board; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Phi Sigma Iota; A.S.U.C. Com- mission; Panhellenic, President; A.W.S. , President; W.A.A. Board; Miss C. U.; Intramurals; Pacesetter; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. DAVID EDWARD FLEMING Limon, Colorado Engineering; Tau Beta Pir Sigma Tau; Chi Epsilon, President; Oar and Chain, President; Sumalia; Heart and Dagger; A.S.U.C. Commission; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. EDMUND I FORD Engineering; Sigma Chi; A.S.C.E. Denver, Colorado GILBERT CLAYTON FOHD Boulder. Colorado Arts and Sciences; American Chemical Society: Honors Union. WAYNE LOWELL FOSTER Business; Alpha Tau Omega. JOSEPHINE FHANKLE Nunn. Colorado Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Phi Epsilon; Honors Union; Phi Sigma Iota; COLORADAN; Players Club; French Club; Panhellenic. RITA ROSE FRITZ Medicine Lodge, Kansas Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi; U.W.C; Ski Club; Equestrian Club. HARRY ELTON FRY Pueblo, Colorado Engineering; A.S.C.E.; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon, Treasurer; Chi Epsilon; Alpha Phi Omega; Kappa Kappa Psi. President; Sigma Tau; Band. NORMAN FRANCIS FYLER Engineering; Newman Club, MARY ELIZABETH FULTON Arts and Sciences; House of Representatives. Lilllelon, Colorado Hayden, Colorado JEAN ELAINE FUNK Hayden, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Phi Chi Delta; Choral Reading Choir; Westminster Foundation. JANET GARLOUGH Wichita, Kansas Arts and Sciences; COLORADAN; Y.W.C.A.; U.W.C; Ski Club; Equestrian Club. KIKI WRIGHT Class of JOSEPH HORACE GARST Douglas. Wyoming Engineering; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Scimitar; A.l.Ch.E.; COLORADAN; Colorado Engineer; Track; Intramurals. JOHN ARMIN GERBER Enqlncsring; A.S.M.E.: Band. Idalia. Colorado BURRELL B. GERHARDT Limon. Colorado Engineering; A.S.M.E.; Pi Tau Sigma; Viking Club; Inlorchurch Council. SYLVIA MAE GIARRATANO Pueblo, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Barb Reeves; Barb Council; Orchesis, Secretary; Physical Education Club: Newman Club: W.A.A. MAURICE WILLIAM GIBANEY Hayden. Colorado Pharmacy; Delta Sigma Phi; Mortar and Pestle: Pharmacy Day Com mitlee: Intramurals. AGNES MARIE GIBSON Rocky Ford. Colorado Arts and Sciences: Alpha Phi. Treasurer: Y.W.C.A.: Porpoise; W.A.A • U.W.C: Dormitory Council. VIRGINIA MAE GILLIS Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences: Pi Beta Phi: Panhellenic; COLORADAN. Assistant Editor; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Intramurals. MARGARET ANN GILMOUR Denver, Colorado ArU and Sciences; Kappa Koppa Gamma; COLORADAN: Window. 64 BETTY ROSE GINTZ Business: W.A.A. Nacogdoches, Texas ROBERT JOE GLOVER Arts and Sciences; Wesley Foundation; C.A.A. DORIS LUCILLE GORDON Pueblo, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; Spur; House oi Representatives; U.W.C.; W.A.A. MARIAN JEWEL GRAHAM Model, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; U.W.C.; Little Theater. ROBERT STUART GRAHAM Canon City, Colorado Business; Phi Epsilon Phi; Dormitory Council; Choir. MARY ELLEN GRANT Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Newman Club; Physical Edu- cation Club; U.W.C.; Red Cross; Inlramurals. RICHARD CHARLES GRAY Greeley, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta; Silver and Gold; Player ' s Club; Tennis; Intramurals. ROBERT HAMILTON GRAY Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Theta Xi, President; Adelphi; Dodo; Spanish Club, Vice-President; International Relations Club; Congo Club; Cosmopolitan Club; History Club. SHIRLEY EVALYN GRAY La Crosse, Wisconsin Arts and Sciences; Kappa Phi; U.W.C.; Wesley Foundation; Home Economics Club. BETTY LEE GREENAWALT Sterling, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; W.A.A.; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Rhythm Circus; Red Cross; Intramurals. 1943 JANE DYDE V ' ' hdi ' k BETTY ANN GREIM Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi; Spur, President; Hesperia; Mortar Board; Senate; A.W.S., Vice-President; Kcppa Delta Pi; COLORADAN; W.A.A.; C. U. Day Committee; Freshman Prom Committee; Who ' s Who in American Colleges; Pacesetter. MARY GROSS Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi, Secretary; COLORADAN, Associate Business Manager; Silver and Gold; Co-ed Counsellor; A.W.S., Activi- ties Committee; C. U. Day Committee, Secretary; Homecoming Com- mittee; U.W.C.; Choir; Religious Interest Committee; Intramurals. HARRY EDWARD GROVES Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta Pi Manitou Springs, Colorado Phi Delta Kappa; Adelphi; Honors Union; Window; Cosmopolitan Club, President; Debate; Religious Inter- est Committee; International House, Manager. MARJORIE MAE HAGGARD Oak Park, Illinois Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi, President; Spur; COLORADAN; Dodo; Dormitory Council; Porpoise; Co-ed Counsellor; Home Economics Club; U.W.C. DELORES RUTH HALE Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Kappa Alpha; Delta Phi Delta; COLORADAN, Assistant Editor; Window, Art Editor; Y.W.C.A.; Cosmopolitan Club, Secretary; Student Guidance Counsellor; Chapel Committee; Junior Artist Guild; International House; Little Theater, Rhythm Circus; Intramurals. W.A.A. ; Stage Crew; WILLIAM JOHNSON BANNA Engineering; Acacia; Sigma Tau; Engineer, Business Manager. Berthoud, Colorado Eta Kappa Nu; A.I.E.E.; Colorado DONALD CARSON HARDIN, JR. Fort Custer. Michigan Engineerinq; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President; A.I.Ch.E.; Colorado Engineer, Editor; A.C.S.; Interiraternity Council; C. U. Day Committee; Participation Cud Committee; Newman Club; Little Theater; Baseball. JOHN MORRIS HARDY Engineering; A.S.C.E. HAROLD ARTHUR HARGREAVES Arts and Sciences; Barb Reeves; Viking Club. Denver, Colorado Holyoke, Colorado 65 JAMES HOWARD HARVEY Boulder. Colorado 0( Engineering: Eta Kappa Nu, Secretary: A.I.E.E.; Viking Club; West- minster Foundation, President. ORAL RICHARD HARVEY Engineering. Boulder. Colorado STEWART CLYDE HARVEY Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences: Rho Alpha Tau; Chemistry Assistant. JO ANNE HASTINGS Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences: Delta Gamma; COLORADAN: Silver and Gold: Panhellenic; A.W.S. Vaudeville. ROBERT CROSS HAWLEY Douglas, Wyoming Arts and Sciences: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Vice-President: Sumalia; Heart and Dagger; Pi Gamma Mu, President: Honors Union: COLO- RADAN, Editor; Dodo, Assistant Editor; Sophomore Prom Chairman; C. U. Day Committee, Chairman: Peace Council; Campus U.S.O. Chairman; Equestrian Club, Vice-President: Defense Council; Oxford Essay Club; Extension Speaking: Football; Intramurals; Who ' s Who in American Colleges; Pacesetter. ROBERT WILLIAM HAWLEY Trinidad, Colorado Engineering; Delia Tau Delta: Alpha Chi Sigma, President; A.I.Ch.E.: Intramurals. DOROTHY MAE HEISS Chicago, Illinois Arts and Sciences; Alpha Omicron Pi; W.A.A.: Rhythm Circus; A.W.S. Vaudeville: Intramurals. MARY LOUISE HENDRICKS Bartlesville, Oklahoma Music; U.W.C; Orcheslra: Women ' s Marching Band. DOROTHY JO HERRIN G Dallas. Texas Business; COLORADAN; Dodo; Bloller; Y.W.C.A.; Inlramurals. PHIL JENSEN Class of WERNER HER2 New York, New York Arts and Sciences; Adelphi; Silver and Gold: Dodo; Cosmopolitan Club: Library Committee: Oxford Essay Club. RICHARD CLAYTON HICKS Arts and Sciences; Chi Ps:: Rhythm Circus. Denver, Colorado GERALD HODGE Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences: Kappa Sigma; D lta Phi Delta; Phi Epsilon Phi, Vice President: Bull Fetl, Chairman. G. S. MARSHALL HODGSON Fort Collins, Colorado Arts and Sciences: Honors Union: Fellowship of Reconciliation; Cosmo- politan Club; Men ' s Essay Club; Wesley Foundaiton. ROBERT EDWARD HOLMAN Boulder, Colorado Enq.n««ring: Pi Kapoa Alpha; Alpha Chi Sigma; A.I.Ch.E.; Colorado Engineer: Oil Can, Ed ' Mor. LEO FRANCIS HOTZ Enqin ring; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. NELL FRANCES IFORD Businais; Kappa Phi; U.W.C; Wesley Foundal ' .on. ROBERT DEETS ISAAK Pasadena, California Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado iUi Cnq mooring: Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kapoa Nu, Vice President; Combined Enq neers. Vice President; A.I.E.E., Vice President; Viklnq Club. Vlc«- Presidoni; Physics Assistant. VIRGINIA LORAINE lAGGERS Llmon. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Cht Omega; Spur; Hesperia: U.W.C. ODETTE LE MEAUX JENSEN Dysart, Iowa Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Phi Sigma Iota, Vice-President; Window; French Newspaper, Editor; French Club; Spanish Club; A.W.S. Vaudeville. HAROLD BURNESS JESPERSON Engineering; A.S.Ch.E.; Congo Club. AILEEN ANNE JEWELL Boulder, Colorado Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi; Spur; Hesperia; Mortar Board; Iota Sigma Pi, President; Senate; COLORADAN, Business Manager; Coed Counsellor; W.A.A.; Intramurals Chairman; Junior Prom Committee. KENT MAUNTEL JOHNSON Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; A.I.Ch.E. VIRGINIA DOVE JOLLEY Alva, Oklahoma Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma, Secretary; COLORADAN, Associate Editor; Panhellenic; W.A.A.; Rhythm Circus; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Intra- murals. BARBARA JONES Elizabeth, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi; W.A.A., Treasurer; French Club; Spanish Club; Porpoise; U.W.C.; Red Cross. RALPH VAN KIRK JONES Ault, Colorado Business; Beta Alpha Psi; Delta Sigma Pi; Honors Union; Barb Reeves. FRANK LLOYD KARSH Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Delta, Vice-President; Scimitar; Heart and Dagger, Secretary; Oar and Chain; Sigma Delta Chi, President; Kappa Tau Alpha; Silver and Gold, Editor; University Athletic Publications Di- rector; Dodo; A.S.U.C., Commission; U.S.O. Committee; Associated Press Correspondent; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. JOSEPH WILLIAM KEARNEY Engineering; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Radio Club. Denver, Colorado Mu Epsilon; A.I.E.E.; Newman Club; 1943 BETTY WHITELEY m M fm Great Bend, Kansas BEN MILES KEIR Engineering; A.I.E.E. GEORGE W. KEKAUOHA Laie, Oahu, T.H. Engineering; Eta Kappa Nu; Sigma Pi Sigma; A.I.E.E.; International Relations. CATHERINE NETTIE KELL Boulder, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Phi Alpha; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A. LINN MAURICE KELLEHER Engineering; A.I.Ch.E. MARY LOUISE KELLY Business; U.W.C. Salido, Colorado ROBERT EDWARD KERN Engineering; A.I.E.E.; Radio Club. EDWARD CLINTON KILLIN Arts and Sciences; " C " Club; Track. RICHARD ALFRED KIRBY Engineering; Kappa Kappa Psi; A.I.E.E. Goldiield, Iowa Denver, Colorado Kiowa, Colorado Thermopolts, Wyoming ROBERT M. KIRCHNER Topeka, Kansas Business; Phi Gamma Delta, President; Sumalia. Vice-President; Heart and Dagger; Delta Sigma Pi; Senior Class President; Ticker Tape, Business Manager; Business School Governing Board; A.S.U.C. Com- mission; Interlraternity Council; " C " Club; Basketball; Tennis; Pace- setter; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. 67 3k ;w ii EDITH ARMIDA KOIVISTO Hibbing, Minnesota Music; Dodo; Silver and Gold; Window; U.W.C.; Orchestra; Inter- national House. ARTHUR MELVIN KRILL Longmont. Colorado Enqineerinq; Adelphi; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Tau; Pi Tau Siqma, Secre- tary: A.S.M.E., Vice President. V. JOANNA LAGER Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Dormitory Counsellor; Barb Reeves; Home Economics Club; Little Theater, Stage Crow; W.A.A.; Intromurals. JOHN EARL LAKE Englewood. Colorado Engineering; Acacia; A.S.C.E.; Colorado Engineer; Wesley Foundation. RICHARD WALTER LANZ Engineering; Chi Psi; A.I.E.E.; Intromurals. HOWARD MASON LEE Engineering; A.I.E.E.; Colorado Engineer. Denver, Colorado La Salle. Colorado MICHAEL GEORGE LENZINI Walsenburg, Colorado Business; Phi Delta Theta; Delta Sigma Pi; Newman Club; Intromurals. LEONARD LOCKS LESCH Business; Bond, Monager; Choir. Boulder, Colorado HAROLD ELLIOTT LEVENTHAL Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Phi Sigma Delta; COLORADAN; Intromurals. BILL i e SECOR Class of WILLIAM JUDSON LeVEQUE Brownwood, Texas Aril and Science!. Phi Delta Theta; Pi Mu Epailon; Siqma Pi Sigma. GAYLE HENRY LEWIS Enqineerinq. Thermopolis, Wyoming WILLIAM CRAIG LIGHT Boulder. Colorado Enqineerinq; Beta Theta Pi; A.I.Ch.E.; Intramurals. VIVIAN LINDSAY Slerlinq, Colorado Aril ond Sciencee; Delia Gamma. Secretary; COLORADAN; Silvor and Gold; W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A.. Troalurer; Hhythm CircuB; Lilllo Theater; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Dormitory Council; Intromurali: Red Crosi. CYNTHIA BROOKS LOGAN Chandler. Norlh Carolina Arte and Sciencee; Alpha Chi Omeqa; Dioleclica; COLORADAN; Dodo; Debate; Y.W.C.A.; Exteniion Speakinq; Rhythm Circuit. JACK RYBURN LYDDON Enqineerinq; Beta Thela Pi; Inlramurali. Kansas City, Missouri «R LOUISE MARY LYMAN Hlqhiand Park. Illinois Arl« and Sclencee; Spur; Borb Reeve»; Dormitory Council; U.W.C.; Hikinq Club; Lanqua qe Ployi; Orcheetra. WANDA ANITA McCARTY Trinidad. Colorado Arte and Sclencee; Alpha Chi Omeqa; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A. ELIZABETH AGNES McCAW Denver. Colorado Aili and Sclencee; Chi Omeqa; COLORADAN; Y.W.C.A.; Home Eco nomics Club; Newman Club; Red Croei; Inlramurale. MARCELLA JANE McCAW Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega; COLORADAN; Y.W.C.A.; Newman Club. BETTY McDonald Glenwood Springs, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; Barb Reeves; W.A.A.; U.W.C; Dormitory Council; Intramurals. ELIZABETH JANE McGILLIVRAY Wcuwatosa. Wisconsin Arts and Sciences; Window; Dodo; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; U.W.C; Home Economics Club. ANNE McGOWAN Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Delia Delta, President; Hesperia; COLO- RADAN; A.S.U.C; C. U. Day Committee; A.W.S. Dance Committee: Chapel Committee, Chairman; Little Theater; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. RUTH HARRIET McINTYRE Boulder. Colorado Arts and Sciences; U.W.C; Lutheran Student ' s Council, President; Physical Education Club. MARY JEAN McKEE Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Sigma lota; House of Repre- sentatives; Spanish Club; Intramurals. CHARLES ALLEN McKEEVER Boulder, Colorado Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; Viking Club; Intramurals. JEAN EILEEN MALERNEE Cahone, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta Pi; Iota Sigma Pi; Barb Reeves; Home Economics Club; Interchurch Council; Religious Interest Committee; Christian Union Group. MARTHA ELEANOR MANN Longmont, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Chi Delta, President; West- minster Foundation; Interchurch Council; Willard History Club. 1945 AILEEN K) JEWELL FRED SAM MARCH Arts and Sciences. Haswell, Colorado BERNICE MARGOLIS Larned, Kansas Arts and Sc ' ences; Delia Phi Epsilon; Pi Gamma Mu; Dialectica; Y.W.C.A.; U.W.C; Debate; Speakers Bureau. ELIZABETH JANE MARTIN Denver, Colorado Business; Alpha Phi. Vice-President; Beta Sigma. Secretary; COLO- RADAN; Dodo; Y.W.C.A.; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Red Cross. LOUIS ROBERT MEDEN Engineering; Pi Tau Sigma; A.S.M.E. Lafayette, Colorado JAY MELNICK Denver, Colorado Business; Phi Sigma Delta, Vice-President; Phi Epsilon Phi; Home- coming Committee; Intramurals. PATRICIA KATHERINE MERRILL Des Moines, Iowa Music; Sigma Alpha Iota; U.W.C; Players Club. CHARLES EDWARD MILLER Lakewood, Ohio Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma; Newman Club; Intramurals. HARRIET GAIL MILLER Colorado Springs, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi; Panhellenic; U.W.C; W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Band; Orchestra; Home Economics Club; Intramurals. ROSS DUNCAN MILLER Denver, Colorado Engineering; Phi Gamma Delta; A.S.C.E.; Homecoming Committee; C. U. Day Committee; Chapel Committee; Engineer ' s Ball, Chairman; Intramurals; C.P.T. 69 F 17 MERLIN HUBERT MILLS Boulder. Colorado Engineering; Pht Delia Thela. Vice-President; Engineer ' s Ball Commit- lee; C.P.T. JOHN EDWARD MORELAND Boulder, Colorado Business; Delia Sigma Pi, Treasurer; Beta Alpha Psi, Treasurer; Blotter; Intramurals. HOWARD LESLIE MORRIS Fleming. Colorado Business; Beta Alpha Psi, President; Beta Gamma Sigma; Pentagon; COLORADAN; Rhythm Circus; Band. EDWARD ELDON MUELLER Arts and Sciences. Hot Springs, South Dakota CHARLEEN TILTON MULVAY Pueblo. Colorado Music; Chi Omega, Vice-President; Spur; Hesperia: Orchesis; U.W.C.. Vice President; A.W.S. Vaudeville Committee; A.W.S. Activities Com- mittee; Song Fest Committee; Women ' s Marching Band; Orchestra. DONALD MocRAE MURPHREE Arts and Sciences. ROSEMARY MURPHY Business; Beta Sigma; U.W.C.; Newman Club. Iowa Park, Texas Boulder, Colorado LESTER RICHARD NAGEL Grand Junction. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Alpha Phi Omega; Ritle Team. MARY GENE NEAL Carlsbad. New Mexico Arts and Sciences; Kappa Phi; U,W.C.; Y,W,C,A,; Home Economici Club, MARY KATHLEEN NOBLE Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. FRANK KARSH Class of Ogden, Utah LLOYD WENDELL NORMAN Trinidad, Colorado EnglnMring: Alpha Chi Sigma; A,I,Ch,E,; Basketball, FRANCES GARMAN OGIER North Platte, Nebraska Arts and Sciences; Delia Delta Delta; U,W,C,, House President; Y,W,C,A„ Cabinet; A,W,S, Vaudeville; C, U, Day Committee, GEORGE EDWARD OHLER Denver, Colorado Engineering; Phi Eptilon Phi; Scimitar; Sigma Tau; Alpha Chi Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; A,I.Ch,E, MARILYN ELIZABETH OLDLAND Meeker, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta Pi; Sour; Hesperia; Mortrr Board; House ol Repreientalivos; Senote; A,S.U.C.. Secretary; U.W.C. Presi dent and Secretary; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. BETTY BERNICE OLIVEH Arts and Sciences; W.A.A.; U.W.C; Intramurals. Boulder, Colorado WILLIAM LUCIUS PADDOCK Boulder, Colorado Law; Beta Theta Pi. President; Sumalio; Scimitar; Silver and Gold, Business Manager; Window, Associote Editor; Intorlraternlty Council; A,S,U,C, Commission; Who ' s Who in American Colleges, ROBERT GEORGE PEACHEY Business; Beta Alpha Psi; Viking Club. PATRICIA JEANNE PHILLIPS Oak Crook, Colorado Donvor. Colorado 70 Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Orchesis: Coed Counsellor; Intra murals. ISm waLIAM JOHN PIETENPOL Boulder, Colorado Engineerinq; Phi Gamma Delia; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Tau; Eta Kappa Nu; Sigma Chi Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; A.I.E.E.; Colorado Engineer; Dramatics. EUGENE FRANK PILZ Elmwood Park. Illinois Arts and Sciences; Thela Xi, President; Adelphi; Dodo, Editor; Silver and Gold; U.S.O. Commillee; Oxford Essay Club; Poetry Club; Young Democrats; Gymnastics; Track; Little Theater; Homecoming Dance Chairman. JULIUS ALLAN PLUSS Business; Phi Sigma Delta; Silver and Gold. Greeley, Colorado GORDON COOPER POTTER El Paso, Texas Engineering; Tau Beta Pi, Vice-President; Chi Epsilon, Treasurer; Alpha Phi Omega; Viking Club, Secretary; A.S.C.E., Secretary. ALLEN EARL PRITCHARD, JR. Arts and Sciences; Phi Kappa Tau; Interfraternily CouncM. Niles, Ohio PAULA QUARNBERG Rapid City, South Dakota Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma, Secretary; COLOR AD AN, Assistant Editor; Silver and Gold; Co-ed Counsellor; Y.W.C.A.; Red Cross. MARTHA FRANCES QUIGLEY Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi, President; Kappa Delta Pi, Secretary; Panhellenic; House of Representatives; Senate; Orchesis; W.A.A.; U.W.C.; Y.W.C.A.; Little Theater; Player ' s Club; C. U. Day Committee; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Reading Choir; Intramurals. BESSIE JO HANKS QUIMBY Denver, Colorado Business; Phi Chi Delta; Beta Sigma; Women ' s Marching Band. EDITH SHIRLEY QUINE Boulder, Colorado Arts and Sciences; W.A.A.; U.W.C.; Home Economics Club; Intramurals. 1943 FREED STANLEY WHEELER RASMUSSEN Boulder. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Sigma Pi Sigma; Pi Mu Epsilon; Orchestra; Choir. ALICE MARGUAND RICE Coshocton, Ohio Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; U.W.C; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Intra murals. MARY JANE RICHIE Colorado Springs, Colorado Arts and Sciences; U.W.C; Home Economics Club. MARCALEA RICHMAN Business; Alpha Chi Omega. Amarillo, Texas PAULINE RIEDE Denver, Colorado Business; Beta Sigma; Silver and Gold; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A.; Intramurals. BETTY JANE RIPPEY Arts and Sciences. Coon Rapids, Iowa DAVID REINHART RIS Business; Beta Aloha Psi. Denver, Colorado WILLIAM JOHN ROBERTS. JR. Denver, Colorado Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President; Scimitar; Phi Epsilon Phi; Interfraternily Council; A.I.E.E.; Intramural Manager; Swimming. PHILIP WILLIAM ROBERTSON Denver, Colorado Engineering; Oar and Chain ' Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon; A.I.Ch.E.; A.S.C. 71 BILLY PAUL ROBINSON Arts and Sciences. DANIEL MAURICE ROCHE Arts and Sciences; Kappa Sigma, Burlington. Colorado Denver, Colorado President; Phi Epsilon Phi, Vice- President; Intertraternity Council. Vice-President; Deiense Council, Pres ' denl; C. U. Day Committee; Homecoming Committee; Intramurals. LLOYD THOMAS ROOSA Boulder. Colorado Eig neering; A.I.E.E.; Wesley Foundation, President; Colorado Council ol Melhodist Youth. ADREA ROBBINS ROSENBERG Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Phi Epsilon, President; Dialeclica, Secretary; Delta Sigma Rho, Secretary; Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Kappa Delta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa; Panhellenic; U.W.C.; Peace Council; Religious Interest Committee; Chapel Committoe; Varsity Debate; A.V .S. Vaudeville; Intramurals. RALPH WILLIAM ROUKEMA Engineering; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Mu Epsilon; A.l.E.E. ROWE RUDOLPH, JR. Greeley, Colorado Denver, Colorado Business; Phi Gamma Delta; Sumalia; Delta Sigma Pi; Dodo; Business School President; Business School Board; C. U. Days Coordinator; Rhythm Circus, Business Manager; Freshman Prom Committee; Sopho- more Prom Committee; Tennis; Who ' s V ho in American Colleges. Pueblo, Colorado GEORGE ROBERT RUPP Arts and Sciences; Chi Psi. FANNIE ELIZABETH RUTHERFORD Alma, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Phi Chi Delta. President; Home Economics Club, Vice-President; U.W.C; Barb Council; Presbyterian Student ' s Union. FRANK EDWARD SAKALEY Pueblo. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Aloha Nu, President: Pi Mu Epsilon; Phi Eoailon Phi; Barb Council; Barb Reeves; Viking Club; Cosmopoliton Club. ., r-NV.4 BUD SHATTUCK Class of ARLENE ANNA SALIBA Walsenburq. Colorado Arit and Sci«ncei; Alpha Chi Omega: COLORADAN: Rhythm Circus; U.W.C; Newman Club. FLOYD F. SALIMAN Denver, Colorado Buiineii: Phi Sigma Delta, Preiident: Phi Epsilon Phi; COLORADAN; Junior Prom Commitlee. PAUL MELVIN SALIMAN Denver, Colorado Eng:neering; Phi Sigma Delta; Pi Mu Epsilon; Colorado Engineer; A.I.Ch.E. STANLEY JOSEPH SALYARDS Engineer inq; A.S.M.E. ELIZABETH MAE SANSOM Denver, Colorado 72 Scottsbluff, NebraBka Arts and Sciences; Kappa Phi; Y.W.C.A.; U.W.C; Home Economics Club; Dormitory Council. JOHN MARSHALL SAYRE Boulder, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta; Honors Union; Junior Prom, Business Manager; C. U. Day Committee. GEORGE WILLIAM SCHADE Willouqhby, Ohio Business; Phi Kappa Tau; Delia Sigma PI, PresldenI; COLORADAN; Blotter; Ticker Tape; Business School Treasurer. DOROTHY EVELYN SCOTT Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences: U,W.C., Treasurer; Home Economics Club, WaLIAM TOPLIFF SECOR Lonqmoni, Colorado Business: Beta Thela Pi; COLORADAN, Associate Editor; Junior Prom. TIckel Manager; Ticker Tope. Editor; Blotter, Co Editor: Intramurals, DALE RICHARD SEVERNS Engineering. Rushville, Nebraska RICHARD DANA SHAKESHAFT Topeka, Kansas Arts and Sciences; Phi Gamma Delta; Pi Gamma Mu; Sumalia; " C " Club; Track; Basketball. MARION SHARRAH Kremmling, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Phi Delia Chi; Rhythm Circus. EARL JOHN SHELTON Denver, Colorado Engineering; Delta Sigma Phi, President; Eta Kappa Nu, President; Phi Epsilon Phi; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Tau; Interiraternity Council; Engi- neer ' s Ball Committee; Inlramurals. CLARK McMillan shimeall Arts and Sciences; Sigma Nu. Goodland, Kansas DOROTHY LOUISE SHIMPFKY Boulder, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Phi; U.W.C; Interchurch Council. DORIS MARIAN SIGVALDSON Longmont. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Silver and Gold; Y.W.C.A.; U.W.C; Rhythm Circus. CATHERINE MARY SIMON Stratton, Colorado Pharmacy; Iota Sigma Pi, Secretary; Pharmacy Club, President; Junior A.Ph.A., Secretary; Newman Club; U.W.C. MAN MOHAN SINGH Punjab. India Graduate; Instructor oi Romance Languages; International Rotary, Honorary Member; International House, Vice-President; Cosmopolitan Club, Treasurer. 1943 ADREA ROSENBERG JOSEPH SMITH Engineering. NATALIE LEONTINE SMITH Business; Kappa Alpha Theta. Lafayette. Colorado Carlsbad, New Mexico PRISCILLA SMITH Rocklord, IllinoU Arts and Sciences; Porpoise, President; Ski Club; Otto Folin Club; Intramurals. ELIZABETH SANBORN SNOW Lonqmont, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Spur; Congo Club; Fencing Club; U.W.C, Vice- President; Dormitory Council; Women ' s Marching Band. ANN HEPBURN SNYDER Kenosha, Wisconsin Arts and Sciences; Hockey Club; Choir; Intramurals, IRVING ARNOLD SOFEN Los Angeles, California Engineering; Sigma Pi Sigma; A.I.E.E.; Radio Club. CARL PHILIP SPAULDING Boulder, Colorado Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu; Oar and Chain; A.I.E.E.; Engineer ' s Ball Committee; Ski Club, President. ESME SPROD Meeker, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega; U.W.C; W.A.A.; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Red Cross; Intramurals. JAMES BISHOP STALEY Business; Acacia; Delta Sigma Pi; Intramurals. Boulder, Colorado 73 THOMAS WILLIAM STALNAKER, JR. Engineering; A.S.M.E. MARVIN H. STEINMETZ Arls and Sciences. ROBERT EDWARD STETSON Amarillo, Texas Garretson. South Dakota Denver, Colorado Engineering; Sigma Chi, President: Scimitar; Kappa Kappa P»i; A.S.M.E.; Interiraternity Council, President; Band; Rhythm Circus. EDWARD DONALD STOKES Arts and Sciences. Sidney, Nebraska CLARICE STRASIA Trinchera, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Theto Sigma Phi; Window, Associate Editor; House ol Representatives; Y.W.C.A., Vice President; International House, Manager. RUTH STRAUSS Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Spur; COLORADAN, Assistant Editor: Barb Council; Barb Reeves; Porpoise; U.W.C.; Dormitory Council; W.A.A.; Home- coming Committee; C. U. Day Committee; Little Theater; Pacesetter. WALTER JACOB STROH Boulder, Colorado Engineering; Tau Beta Pi; Eta Kappa Nu, Treasurer; A.I.E.E., Secretary. ERMA JEAN STURTEVANT Cortez, Colorado Music; Sigma Alpha Iota. President; U.W.C: Rhythm Circus; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Ski Club; Choir; Concert Band. JOSEPH MONROE SULLIVAN Durango, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Phi Epsilon Phi; Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Vice- President; Band. DON BROTZMAN Class of PATRICIA SWEET Topeka, Kansas Engineering; Kappa Alpha Theta; Spur; Hesperia; Sophomore Prom Committee; Junior Prom Committee; Rehqious Interest Committee; Engineer ' Ball Committee; Engineer ' s Ball Queen; Pacesetter. KATE TAYLOR Columbus. Nebraska Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma, President; Theta Sigma Phi, Vice President: Silver and Gold; Window; Y.W.C.A.; Panhellenic. MARGARET MARIAN TRAINOR Arts and Sciences; Kappa Delta Pi; Spur; Cosmopolitan Club; Newman Club; U.W.C. Ordway. Colorado House of Representatives; BILLIE MARIE TREASURE Lalayette. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Phi: Pi Gamma Mu; U.W.C. LEONARD DONALD TRIPP Boulder, Colorado Business; Delta Tau Delta. President; Delta Sigma Pi; Sumalia; COLO RADAN; Silver and Gold; C. U. Day Committee, Business Manager; Business School Board ol Directors; Rhythm Circus, MARY ELIZABETH TROTTER Arts and Sciences. ROBERT WILLIAM TURNER Washington. D. C. Arts and Sciences; Phi Delta Kappa; Oar and Chain Choir; Intromurals. Berthoud, Colorado Viking Club; WAYNE ALCOTT VAN ARSDALE Pueblo. Colorado Arts and Sciences: Chi P«l; Scimitar; PI Gamma Mu; COLORADAN: Dodo. Business Manager: Rhythm Circus. MARY ELIZABETH VARIEL Los Angeles, Calilornia 71 Arts and Sciences: Alpha Chi Omego; U.W.C; French Clul ; Choir: Little Theater; Intramurols. BALEIGH JACOB VINCENT Fort Lupton, Colorado Engineering; Alpha Phi Omega: A.I.Ch.E.; Colorado Engineer. RICHMOND MONROE VOILS Engineering; A.S.M.E. Grand Junction, Colorado HUGO HENRY WAGNER Boulder, Colorado Engineering; A.S.C.E.; Basketball, Manager; Intramurals. ELWOOD CARL WALKER Schaller, Iowa Engineering; Phi Delia Theta; A.I.E.E.; Colorado Engineer. ROBERT TUNSTALL WALKER, JR. Engineering. LILA LOUISE WARING Arts and Sciences: U.W.C.; Y.W.C.A. Leadville, Colorado Geneva, Nebraska MARCIA WARNER Denver, Colorado Music; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Spur, Treasurer; Hesperia, Vice-Presi- dent; Mortar Board, President; Sigma Alpha Iota, Vice-President; Kappa Delta Pi, Vice-President; Sigma Epsilon Sigma, President; Senate; A.S.U.C. Commission; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. DONALD SIDNEY WARREN Law; Phi Alpha Delta; Intramurals. HAROLD MILTON WATSON Engineering; A.I.E.E. Yuma, Colorado Denver. Colorado 1943 MULVAY JEAN WATT Canton. lUlnois Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A.; Home Economics Club; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Red Cross; Intramurals. RICHARD BAXTER WEBER Denver, Colorado Engineering; Beta Theta Pi; A.S.M.E.; COLOBADAN; Silver and Gold; Junior Prom Committee. HELEN MARGARET WEHBY Longmont, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Secretary; Kappa Delta Pi. Assistant Secretary; Phi Beta Kappa; Window; Player ' s Club. WILLIAM BRUCE WEHRLI Casper. Wyoming Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Vice-President; Scimitar; Freshman Prom Committee, Chairman; Intramurals. SAMUEL RICHARD WEST Arts and Sciences. Pueblo. Colorado JANE M. WHITAKER Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Otto Folin Club; Ski Club; A.W.S. Vaudeville; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A.; Coed Counsellor; C. U. Day Committee. JAMES NORMAN WHITE Engineering. Waukesha, Wisconsin BETTY EILEEN WHITELEY Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Gemma; Kappa Delta Pi; W.A.A., President; Senate; Physical Education Club; Porpoise. HAROLD CHARLES WICH Wellington, Colorado Engineering; Acacia; Eta Kappa Nu; S.gma Chi S!gma; A.I.E.E. 75 MARY LUISE WILKERSON Delores. Colorado Arts and Sciences: Window; Cosmopolitan Club; Congo Club. JOHN EDGAR WILLIAMS Sterling, Colorado Enqineering: Chi Psi. President; Alpha Phi Sigma; Phi Epsilon Phii A.I.Ch.E.; Colorado Engineer; Inlerlralernity Council. MANDELL SHEFLAN WINTER Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Player ' s Club. President; Little Theater; Rhylhn Circus. DOROTHY FRANCIS WOODIS Arls and Sciences; W.A.A.; U.W.C. HARRY WRIGHT, II Byers, Colorado Mexico City, Mexico Arts and Sciences; Pi Kappa Alpha, President; Adelphi, Secretary: Silver and Gold; Window; Cosmopolitan Club; Congo Club; Spanish Club; Chapel Committee, Chairman; Heligious Interest Commillee; Poetry Club, President; C. U. Day Committee; Interchurch Council; World Student Service Fund; U.S.O. Committee; Extension Speaking; Debale; Who ' s Who in American Colleges. BETTY JANE YOUNG Arts and Sciences; W.A.A. Board; Hockey Club. Esles Park, Colorado JACQUELINE ZEUCH Arts and Science; Alpha Phi Gold, Society Editor: Dodo; A.W.S. Housing Committee. Detroit, Michiqon ' Spur; Hesperia; Dialeclica; Silver and Debale; A.W.S. Loan Fund Commltta ; JOE CHINN Class of 1943 7« HONORS SYSTEM The College of Arts and Sciences grants honors at graduation in three grades: Cum Laude, Magna Cum Laude and Summa Cum Laude. These honors are awarded on the basis of special honors work and not just upon grades earned in class. Reguirements for honors are depart- mental and general. The departmental includes reading to be correlated with the work done in class, individually di- rected study for honors students and a comprehensive examination toward the close of the senior year. The work for general honors is of a similar nature, but is designed to round out the student ' s knowledge of the realms of thought be- yond his major field and to give an idea of the relationship between various fields of learning. In previous years the honors system included sophomores, juniors and sen- iors. This year, however, only juniors and seniors have been selected as can- didates. They are students who as soph- omores were in the upper thirty per cent of their class, and who successfully com- pleted the sophomore honors work. All candidates for honors must maintain a credit point average of two in all courses taken during their last two years in school. CANDIDATES FOR DEPARTMENTAL AND GENERAL HONORS DORIS ELLEN BLACKBURN ERIK KAUFFMAN BONDE MARY JANE BRADY HERBERT PHILIP BROIDA AGATHA PEARL BROWN PAUL GORDON CLARK SARA ROSS FLANDERS JOSEPHINE FRANKLE ROBERT HAMILTON GRAY HARRY EDWARD GROVES MARGARET GRACE HAGLER ANNE MEREDITH HARLAN BRET KELLY ROBERT DAVID MERTZ KENNETH MUNDT STANLEY WHEELER RASMUSSEN MARION SHARRAH NONA R, STODART CANDIDATES FOR DEPARTMENTAL HONORS JOSEPHINE ARNOLD LUCILLE BECKER WILBUR THEODORE BILLINGTON JANET PERLEY BROOKER CHARLES ALLEN BURSIEL MARY ELIZABETH BUSH LOUISE CARROLL ELEANORE REEVA COHAN ERIC CONN MALCOLM CRAWFORD SHIRLEY CUNNINGHAM ANNE FERRILL FOLSOM JAMES RANDLETT FOWLER JOSEPHINE FOX KATHRYN LOUISE FREED CHARLES BOSTWICK FRIDAY MARY ELIZABETH FULTON SYLVIA GIARRATANO MARY FRANCES GROSS BETTY RAE HARVEY STEWARD CLYDE HARVEY ROBERT CROSS HAWLEY WILLARD JAEGER VIRGINIA JAGGERS IDA JOYCE LOUISE LYMAN BERNICE MARGOLIS NONA C. NIETHAMMER KATHRYN PEABODY SUMI J. PFISTER MARTHA FRANCES QUIGLEY ALICE M. RICE JOHN SAYRE RICHARD DANA SHAKESHAFT BILLIE MARIE TREASURE JOHN PAUL TREVITHICK MARY ELIZABETH VARIEL ROSALIE MAY WERTHEIMER JACQUELINE ZEUCH JEAN ZEIGLER HELEN WELBY SUMALIA HONORARY JUNIOR MEN OFFICERS President . B. FULLERTON Vice-President ... R. KIRCHNER Secrelary G. HEDGECOCK SPONSOR DEAN HARRY G. CARLSON MEMBERS H. ALEXANDER G. HEDGECOCK D. ATKINS R. KIRCHNER D. BROTSMAN W. PADDOCK P. CLARK R. RUDOLPH O. DAVIS J. SCHULTZ D. FLEMING R. SHAKESHAFT B. FULLERTON L. TRIPP R. C. HAWLEY R. WOODWARD 78 Front row: Aloxandor. Shakoihall, Kirchnor. Fullorlon. Hodqocock. Brolsman Second row: Hawlay. Paddock, Clark, Davis, Tripp A r I Back row: Belle Sommer, Zoe Neuman, Belly Rae Harvey, Mary Louise Barker. Jean Scogin, Pal Stone FronI row: Dorolhy Boetter, Ila Mae Purcell. Jane Morgan. Bobbie Owen, Elaine Blomgren. Betsy Kielh HESPERIA HONORARY JUNIOR WOMEN OFFICERS President __ ._ ._ BARBARA OWEN Vice-President BETTY CUNNINGHAM Secretary MARY LOUISE BARKER Treasurer .-- JANE MORGAN SPONSORS MISS MARY ETHEL BALL MRS. HAZEL A. FEHLMAN MEMBERS MARY LOUISE BARKER ZOE NEWMAN ELAINE BLOMGREN BARBARA OWEN DOROTHY BOETTER KATHERINE PEABODY BETTY CUNNINGHAM ILA MAE PURCELL KATHERINE FREED JEAN SCOGIN BETTY RAE HARVEY BELLE SOMMER 12 V A BETSY KIETH ZINNETTE SPORE V JANE MORGAN PATRICIA STONE V 79 MARGARET ABEL Pueblo, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi; Little Theater; Intraxnurals. MARJORIE ALLEN Arts and Sciences; Delta Delia Delta; Y.W.C.A. SAMUEL JAMES ARCHIBALD Pueblo, Colorado Denver. Colorado Delta Sigma Phi; COLORADAN; Dodo; Pentagon Club, Vice-President; Varsity Gymnastics. JEAN CLAIRE BAILEY Arls and Sciences. MARY LOUISE BARKER Buifalo, Wyoming Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta; Spur; Hesperia; Panhellenic; W.A.A. Board; A.W.S. Senate; President of McKenna Hall. MAXINE BARRETT Greenland, Colorado Business; Spur; U.W.C.; House of Representatives; Barb Reeve; Intra- murals. ALAN ALVARDE BASINGER Engineering; A.I.Ch.E.; Vikinq Club; Pentagon Club. RICHARD GOOCH BEIDLEMAN Lajunta, Colorado Yonkers, New York Arts and Sciences; Phi Mu Alpha; Dodo; Window; Independent, Vice- President; University Choir; Christian Church Fellowship. President. MIRIAM VIRGINIA BETZ Arts and Sciences. Daylon, Ohio MARIAN V Class of RILEY JONATHAN MORTON BICKFORD Denver. Colorado Zntjin—rinq: A.I.Ch.E.; Delta Sigma Phi; Phi Epsilon Phi; Alpha Chi Siqma: Sigma Pi Sigma; Colorado Engineer; Intramurals; Band. WILBUR THEODORE BILLINGTON Arts and Sci nc a. Lafayette, Colorado BARBARA LUANNE BLACK Denver, Colorado BuKiness; Alpha Delta Pi; W.A.A.; Panhellenic; House of Represento tivet; A.W.S. Social Committee; Girl ' s Marching Band; Orientation Student Counsellor. ELAFNE BLOMGREN Denver, Colorado Arts and Science ; Delta Gamma; Spur; Hesperia; COLORADAN, A«»liiani Editor; Dodo, Associate Editor; W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Freshman Prom Committee; C. U. Days Committee; Chapel Committee; Rod Cross; Little Theater; Porpoise; Pacesetter. NATHAN BERNARD BLUMBERG Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Honor ' s Union; Silver and Gold, Sport ' s Editor; Dodo. Associate Editor; Colorado Alumnus, Sport ' s Editor; Tennis. DOROTHY LOUISE BOETTER Evanslon, IllinoiB Arts and Sciences; Spur; Hesperia; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A.. Cabinet; Dormi tory Counsellor; Coed Counsellor; Little Theater; Intramural Manager; Religious Interest Committee; Vocational Interest Committee. MARJORIE LUCILLE BOETTER Evanslon, Illinois Arts and Sciences; Spur; COLORADAN; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A., Cabinet; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Little Theater; Co «d Counsellor; Dormitory Counsel lor; Intramurals. 8o LEO BONACCI Buftinvai. HENHY ALVIN BOSCO Art and Sci nc i; Pht D«lla Th ta. Waltionburq, Colorado Glenwood Sprlnqi. Colorado BETHA GERTRUDE BOULLS Music; University Choir. WILLIAM WHHNEY BRADLEY Engineering. Jennings, Kansas Littleton, Colorado CHARLENE MILLIE BRADLEY Hayden, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Window; U.W.C.; String Symphony; Barb Reeves; Barb Council. CHARMION BRIGGS Arts and Sciences. Boulder, Colorado SHIRLEY BRIGGS Boulder. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Silver and Gold. Fashion Editor; Dodo. Fashion MORRISON WHITTEMORE BRINKER Denver. Colorado Engineering, Phi Delta Chi; Intramurals; Track; Baseball. EVERETT CLYDE BRISTOL Steamboat Springs, Colorado Engineering; Phi Epsilon Phi; N.R.O.T.C. BLANCHE UNDERWOOD BUCK Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi; Ski Club; Orchesis. ELEANOR LOUISE CALDWELL Esles Park. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A.; Ski Club. 1944 LENNY TRIPP ELIZABETH FRANCES CAMPBELL Arts and Sciences; U.W.C. Boulder, Colorado GEORGE LENZ CARROLL Crown Point, Indiana Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Intramurals; Band. JOHN ROBERT CARY Engineering; A.S.M.E.; Band. LOIS LOUISE CHANCE Arts and Sciences. MARY ELLEN CHRISTENSEN Boulder, Colorado Pueblo, Colorado Neligh, Nebraska Business; U.W.C; Triad; Orchesis; Porpoise; Barb Reeve; Rhythm Circus. JOHN BAROS CLADIS Denver, Colorado Engineering; Phi Kappa Tau; Alpha Chi Sigma; Phi Epsilon Phi; A.I.Ch.E.; Sigma Pi Sigma, Associate Member; Dodo; Colorado Engineer. NORBERT STEELE COCHRAN Fort Morgan, Colorado Engineering; Phi Kappa Tau; Phi Epsilon Phi; A.I.E.E.; Colorado Engineer. WANDA LENORE COLBURN Drake, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Spur; W.A.A.; Porpoise; Orchesis; Rhythm Circus; A.W.S. Vaudeville; University Choir. JOHN ELLIS COMBS Engineering: A.S.C.E. Calhan, Colorado 81 EHIC EDWARD CONN Aria and Sciences; Phi Epaiion Phi. BOBERT EARNEST COUNEE Art and Sciencei; Band. JOHN CHESTER CRANDALL Art! and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta. BETTY LOUISE CUNNINGHAM DsHTer. Colorado Julesburq, Colorado Fori Collins. Colorado Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma. Treasurer; Spur; Hesperio: COLOHADAN; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Sophomore Prom, Chairman ol Decorations; C. U. Songiest Committee; Choral Reading Group; Rhythm Circus. MADGE VIRGINIA DARBY Arts and Sciences. GOLDIE MARIAN DeBAKEY fiuftiness; W.A.A. Englewood, Colorado Boulder. Colorado MARY EDITH DELANEY Arts and Sciences. Glenwood Springs, Colorado DOROTHY LORRAINE DICK Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. Walsenburg. Colorado FRED WILLIAM DRTS. JR. Douglas. Wyoming Arts and Sciences; COLORADAN; Equestrian Club; Intramurals. rs9iJ KATE TAYLOR Class of FRED DDCON BuBla«««; Pbl Comma Delta. DONALD DOYLE Pueblo, Colorado Gilman. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Sigma Phi; Window; Equestrian Club; Spaniah Club; Band: N.R.O.T.C. KATHLEEN LOUISE DRISCOLL Rapid City, South Dakota Aril and Sciencea; Delta Gamma; Red Cross; Intramurals. BETTY JANE DYE Arts and Sciencea. PHILLIP FRANK DYKSTHA Enqineertnq; Siqmo Chi. NORRIS ECHTERNACHT Enqineertnq. Perry. Missouri Denver, Colorado Boulder. Colorado RICHARD ECKLES Monle Viata, Colorado Aria and Sciencea; Delia Tau Delia; Intramurala. 82 lANE ELLISON Buainesa; U.W.C. BONNIE VINONA ENDERUD ArU and Sciences; U.W.C; Concert Band. Alton. Illlnoit Caille Rock, Colorado JEANNETTE ALICE EYERLY Brighlon. Colorado Art» and Sciences; Kappa Phi; U.W.C; Wesley Foundation. JANET MAY FALKENBEHG Mission. Kansas Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta; COLORADAN; Y.W.C.A.; French Club; Inlramurals; Student Delense Council. RAYMOND HUBERT FIELDS Longmonl, Colorado Engineering; A.S.M.E.; Barb Heeve; Viking Club. HUGH FISHER Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta; Tennis. ELEANORE LYDIA FLEMING Arts and Sciences. Trinidad, Colorado Boulder, Colorado KENNETH HARVEY FOOTE Boulder, Colorado Business; Delta Sigma Pi; Beta Alpha Psi; Freshman Debate. MARY JOANN FOSTER Colorado Springs, Colorado Arts and Sciences; U.W.C; Dialectia; Civilian Morale. PAUL RICHARD FRANK, JR. Zion National Park, Utah Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon, President; Sigma Pi Sigma; A.S.C.E.; Scimitar, Colorado Engineer. KATHRYN LOUISE FREED Pueblo. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Sigma Epsilon Sigma. President; Spur; Hesperia; Y.W.C.A., President; A.S.U.C. Commission; A.W.S. Senate; Player ' s Club; Little Theater; Student War Board; Choral Reading. 1944 ORIN ? .N DAVIS ALICE FREEMAN Fort Worth. Texas Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Y.W.C.A.; U.W.C; Inlramurals. FLORENCE BEVERLY FRISBIE Highland Park, lUinois Business; Alpha Phi; Silver and Gold; U.W.C; Player ' s Club; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Christian Science Organization, President; Red Cross; Coed Counsellor; Business School Board of Directors; Inlramurals. ELSIE JANE GAMER Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi. DOROTHY ELIZABETH GAMMON Arts and Sciences. Billings, Montana Buffalo, Wyominq WARREN EDWARD GARST Douglas, Wyominq Engineering; Sigma Alpha EpsUon; COLORADAN. Assistant Editor; Inlramurals; Track. Denver, Colorado JOHN WILBUR GEIGER, JR. Engineering; Scimitar; COLORADAN, Assistant Editor; Colorado Engi- neer, Assistant Editor; Honor Roll Committee; Inlramurals; Tennis: C U. Days Committee. MALCOLM HENRY HARRIS Horse Creek, Wyominq Arts and Sciences; Pentagon; Intramurals; Gymnastics Team; Band. JEAN HASSINGER Las Animas, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; Kappa Phi; Y.W.C.A.; U.W.C; Wesley Foundation. VIRGINIA HASTINGS Grant. Nebraska Arts and Sciences: Alpha Chi Omega; COLORADAN; Window; Uni- versity Choir. 83 HERMAN HEIDT Ordway. Colorado En9in ring; A.S.M.E.; Inlramurals; Vikuig Club. JEHALDINE HEIM Tulsa, Oklahoma Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Y.W.C.A. EVART FRANCIS HITTLE Hortman, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Hiking Club; Inlramurals; Wesley Foundation. GERTRUDE HOCHBAUM Washington, D. C. Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; COLORADAN; W.A.A. HOYDEN KEITH HOOK Colorado Springs, Colorado Engineering; Phi Epsilon Phi; Pi Kappa Alpha; Colorado Engineer. ADELE MARY HOPFINGER Leadville, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega; Silver and Gold; Spur; House of Representatives, Secretary; Dialeclia, President; U.W.C. Triad; Debate; Rhythm Circus; Little Theater. ROBERT JAMES HOUGH Business. Rocky Ford, Colorado lACQUALINE IRENE HUGHES Council Bluifs, Iowa Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi; Y.W.C.A.; Little Theater; Intromurals. HORACE TAVENNER HUGGINS CoHeyville, Kansas Arts and Sciences; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sumalia; Intramurals; Basket- ball. ;rO ANNE McGOWAN Class of ERVm DUANE INGEBRETSON Mahnomen, Minnesota Arts and Sci«nc s, EDITH ALICE IRELAND Denver, Colorado Business; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Spur; House of Representatives; Panhellenic; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Rhythm Circus; W.A.A. Board. CLAIRE HOLLAND fVERSON Scotlsbluif. Nebraska Engineering; Theta Zi; A.S.M.E.; University Choir; Student Library Committee; Intramurals. WARREN lACOBSON Albuquerque, New Mexico Arts and Sciences; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Kappa Kappa Psi; Ski Club; Equestrian Club; Basketball; Band; Concert Band. WILBURT CHAUNCEY JAMISON Helena, Montana Engineering; A.S.I. C. Dance Commission; Barb Council; Barb Dance Manager: Viking Club; Cosmopolitan Club. BARBARA ANNE JOHNSON Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta; Spur; A.W.S.. Treasurer; Y.W.C.A.; Dormitory Council; A.W.A. Vaudeville Committee. DUNBAR JONES Wichita, Kansas Arts and Sciences: Chi PsI; COLORADAN, Advertising Manager; Dodo: Little Theater, Business Manager; Rhythm Circus; Intramurals. 84 GLENN JONES, JR. Arts and Sciences. KAY KEATING Pharmacy. Lovelond, Colorado Pueblo, Colorado HERBERT BERKLEY KENNISON Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Delta Chi; Phi Epsilon Phi. ROBERT EDWIN KETTERMAN Arts and Sciences. EDWARD FRANCIS KILAR Arts and Sciences. Boulder, Colorado Rahway. New Jersey BARBARA ANN KILLEY Western Springs, Illinois Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi; Silver and Gold; Y.W.C.A.; Intramurals. MARCIA LUCILE KING Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta. Boulder, Colorado MARTHA AGNES KINGSLEY Jetmore, Kansas Arts and Sciences; Alpha Delta Pi; W.A.A.; Concert Band; Band. CLARK CLEMMANS KISTLER Longmont, Colorado Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President; Phi Epsilon Phi; Adelphi; Debate; Intramurals; Homecoming Committee, Chairman; Engineer ' s Ball Committee. EMIL BERNARD KLUNKER Engineering; A.S.M.E. Denver, Colorado FERN CAROL KRIER Walsenburg. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta; COLORADAN; Dodo; Window; Silver and Gold; Newman Club; Home Economics Club. 1944 BOB ' STETSON ANN MARIE KRIPPNER Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma. IRENE ELIZABETH KRUSMARK Arts and Sciences. SHIRLEY VIRGINIA LACY Denver, Colorado Casper. Wyoming Denver. Colorado Pharmacy: W.A.A.; Rx Club, President; Junior American Pharmaceutical Association. MARY CONNALLY LAIRD Music. San Antonio, Texas MARY RUTH LEEKLEY Milwaukee, Wisconsin Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta; W.A.A.; Orchesis. MARGARET ELAINE LITTELL Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi; Dodo; Window; A.W.S. Vaudeville; Red Cross; Songfest Committee; Intramurals; Rhythm Circus. LORRAINE LITTLER Boulder, Colorado Arts and Sciences; U.W.C.; Barb Council; Home Economics Club; Red Cross; Rhythm Circus. RUTH HARRIS LOCKETT Pratt, Kansas Arts and Sciences. MARGUERITE MARY LOEFFLER Humphrey. Nebraska Arts and Sciences; Hiking Club; Newman Club; Physical Education Club; Intramurals. 85 Crow Agency, Montana THOMAS JAMES LOUK Business; Track; Varsity Baseball. ANNIE MAY LOVELACE Englewood, Colorado Arts and Sciences; U.W.C: Cosmopolitan Club; Congo Club; Otto Falin Club; Window; Band; Orchestra. MARY LOWE Colorado Springs, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Medical Technician ' s Club; Barb Reeves. ALINE LUEDKE Oak Creek, Colorado Pharmacy; Alpha Delta Pi, Treasurer; Window; Rx Club; Spur; Y.W.C.A.; Red Cross; Drum Major. WILLIAM LEOPOLD LUZAN Engineering: Alpha Tau Omega. HAROLD J. McAFERTY Arts and Sciences; Varsity Track. BARBARA ANNE McCORMICK Arts and Sciences. RICHARD EDWIN McCOSH Engineering. Rock Springs, Wyoming Denver. Colorado Topeka, Kansas Denver, Colorado WILLIAM B. McDowell Colorado Springs, Colorado Engineering; A.S.C.E., President: Hiking Club. MARILYN F1 •• ( I OLDLAND -1 Class of ROBERT McKELL EBqineering: Intramurals. Chillicoihe, Ohio BEVERLY EDITH McMAHON Eureka, California Arts and Sciences; Orchesis: Hiking Club. Vice-President; Concert Band. HARRY ALBERT McMILLAN, JR. Glenwood Springs, Colorado Engineering; Phi Epsilon Phi; Sumalia; Viking Club, President; Barb Council: A.S.U.C. Commission: Chapel Committee, Business Manager. MURIEL LOUIS MADDOCK Pueblo. Colorado Arts and Sciences; U.W.C; Home Economic ' s Club; Barb Council. DOROTHY ANN MADDOX A ls and Sciences; U.W.C; Inlramurals. BILLY JOE MAJOR Arts and Sciences. LaiA MAY MARTIN Aril and Scl nc ; Chi Om«qa. mVIN L. MASON Law; Phi Alpha Delia: Band. ELIZABETH ANN MEETH Enqlewood. Colorado Pueblo. Colorado £1 Paao. Texas Duranqo. Colorado Pueblo. Colorado 86 Pharmacy. R Club; Junior American Pharmaceutical Soclely; W.A.A., U.W.C. ROBERT DAVID MERTZ Trinidad, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Tau Delta: Kappa Kappa Psi; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Phi Delta Chi; Intramurals; Band; Tennis. NANCY LEE MEYER Kansas Cily, Missouri Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega; Window; Inlramurals. JEANNE BURGOON MIESSE Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta. Springfield. Ohio PAULINE OLMSTEAD MILLER Jacksonville. Illinois Arts and Sciences; A.S.U.C. Commission; Barb Council. JOHN THOMSON MORROW Johnson Cily. Tennessee Engineering; A.I.Ch.E.; Phi Kappa Psi; COLORADAN; Coloiadc Engi- neer; Intramurals; Band. JANE LOUISE MUNDELL Business. Walsh, Colorado MARTHA JEAN MURCHY Fort Morgan, Colorado Business; Delta Gamma; COLORADAN; W.A.A.; Intramurals. MADONNA LOUISE MURPHY Arts and Sciences; U.W.C.; Intramurals. CAROLYN RULON MYERS Arts and Sciences. Thermopolis, Wyoming Hartford. Connecticut 1944 DAN ROACH hi k ROBERT LELAND NAGEL Arts and Sciences. Grand Junction, Colorado ALICE ALMIRA NELSON Boulder. Colorado Business; Spur; Y.W.C.A.; U.W.C. Triad; I.S.A.A.. Regional President; House ol Representatives; Barb Council, Secretary; Barb Reeves; Inter- church Council, Secretary; Religious Interests Committee. NONA NIETHAMMER Casper. Wyoming Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Silver and Gold; Window; Honors. LORRAINE NOBLE Music. Garden City, Kansas CLAIRE NORRIS Galesburg. Illinois Engineering; Phi Delta Theta; Intramurals; Basketball. PEGGY O ' NEAL Pueblo, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Y.W.C.A.; Forensic; Little Theater; Intramurals. PATRICIA FEE O ' ROURKE Denver. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Intramurals. ARTHUR PAUL PACHECO Denver, Colorado Pharmacy; Pi Kappa Alpha; Phi Epsilon Phi; COLORADAN; Junior American Pharmaceutical Association; Newman Club; Spanish Club. DONALD LAURENCE PARKER Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi. Denver. Colorado 87 MARJORIE JEAN PATTERSON Kansas City, Missouri Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega: Y.W.C.A.; U.W.C. WILLIAM EDWARD PAUL Enqineering; Pi Kappa Alpha; A.S.M.E. Montrose. Colorado KATHRYN ANNE PEABODY Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Spur: Hesperia: Delta Phi Delta: Silver and Gold. Assistant Editor; Y.W.C.A., Treasurer and Cabinet; C. U, Days, Secretary. NANCY JANE PHILLIPS Clayton. Missouri Arts and Sciences; Delta Phi Alpha; Inlramurals: Red Cross. JACK BERNARD POHLENZ Loveland. Colorado Engineering; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Alpha Chi Sigma; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Pi Mu Epsilon: Gtee Club. KATHRIN COOK POOL River Forest, Illinois Arts and Sciences; Pi Beta Phi; Spur; COLORADAN, Assistant Editor: Y.W.C.A, Cabinet; Defense Council: C. U. Days Committee; Inlra- murals; Racial Minority Committee. MARGARET LOUISE POPE Pueblo, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omega. Treasurer; COLORADAN: Win dow: Y.W.C.A.; Hiking Club. HOBERT LEE POTTER, JR. Engineering; Phi Delta Theta. ANNA ELAINE PRATT Business. Santo Monica, California Casper, Wyoming GLORIA NORBERG Class of JOHN EDWARD PRECHTEL Denver, Colorado Engineering; Pi Kappa Alpha, Vice-President; Phi Epsilon Phi; Colorado Engineer. RAYMOND FOOTE PURINTON Denver, Colorado Engincorinq; Stqma Alpha Epsilon. President; Phi Epsilon Phi; A.S.M.E.; S gma Pi Sigma: Pi Tau Sigma; Scimitar: Sumalia; Tau Beta Pi; COLORADAN; Colorado Engineer, Assistant Editor; Rhythm Circus; BaMball; U.S.O. Committee. ILA MAE PURCELL Ealon. Colorado ik Muvic; Chi Omega. B J FRANCIS RAGLIN Denver. Colorado Pf M. Enqineerinq: A.S.M.E.: COLORADAN. HKr " i JANET RUTH RANKIN River ForesI, Illinois 1 Muilc. Wf A BETTY JANE RENDLE Rawlins. Wyoming gL 4 Aril and Scl nc s. 11 FRANK EASTMAN RICHARDS Denver. Colorado Art! and Scioncoi; Alpha Epsilon Dolla; Rhylhm Circul. GLORIA EMILY RICK Aria and 8cl»nc a. St. Louis. Missouri 88 MITCHELL BURNS RIDER Denver. Colorado Am and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Dolla; Phi Chi. MARION ELIZABETH RILEY Boulder, Colorado Business; Spur; House of Representatives; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A,; Orchesis; Rhythm Circus; C. U. Day Queen. LAETITIA NATALIE ROBBINS Ridgewood, New Jersey Arts and Sciences; U.W.C; Ski Club; Victory Triad. JANET ROBINSON Gilman. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Otto Folin Club; W.A.A. Board; Inlramurals. ROBERT GOODE ROCKWELL La Junta, Colorado Engineering; Phi Epsilon Phi, Treasurer; N.R.O.T.C. PRISCILLA JEAN RODMAN Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Koppa Alpha Thela; Dodo; Y.W.C.A.; W.A.A,; Rhythm Circus; Intramurals. ALICE RUSLETVEDT Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; W.A.A.; U.W.C; Otto Folin Club; Intramurals; Glee Club; Choir. SAMUEL ISAMU SATO Arts and Sciences; Intramurals. LUCILE THANET SCHUREMAN Brighton, Colorado Fort Collins, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Spur, Secretary; Y.W.C.A.; U.W.C; A.W.S. Vaudeville; W.A.A. Board: Rhythm Circus. JEAN ANNE SCOGIN Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta, Vi-e-President; Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Spur; Hesperia; Window; Silver and Cold; House of Repre- sentatives. 1944 HAROLD CARVER MARY ELAINE SHADFORD Arts and Sciences; Chi Omega; U.W.C. Pueblo. Colorado SUZANNE BURT SHANESY Evanston. Illinois Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; COLORADAN. PATRICIA SHANLEY Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Thela. Long Beach, California Boulder, Colorado JEANE CAMP SHOTWELL Arts and Sciences. BETTY JEAN SIMPSON Aurora, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Phi Chi Delta; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A.; Dormitory Coun sellor. MARION CATHRIN SINNETT Evanston, Illinois Arts and Sciences; Kappa Alpha Theta; COLORADAN; Y.W.C.A.; Dodo; Intramurals; C U. Days Committee; Sophomore Prom Committee: Homecoming Committee. WALTER E. SMITH, JR, Engineering; Phi Gamma Delta. OMER DELBEHT SMALLEY Business; Phi Delta Thela. PHYLLIS JEAN SNYDER Arts and Sciences; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A. Honolulu, T.H. Springfield, Missouri Mason City, Iowa 89 BRUCE SOMMEHS Colorado Springs. Colorado Business; Phi Epsilon Phi; Silver and Gold. JOYCE MOREE SPENCER Monte Vista. Colorado Arts and Sciences; Phi Chi Delia; U.W.C; Y.W.C.A.; Lillle Theater. ZINETTE SPORE Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Spur; Hesperia; Dodo; U.W.C; W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A. Cabinet; Intramurals; A.W.S. Vaudeville Committee; C. U. Day Committee; Peace Council. DOROTHY ANNE STAUFFER Arts and Sciences; Window; Y.W.C.A. Kansas City, Missouri KATHRYN ANNE STEIK Upper Montclaire, New Jersey Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta; W.A.A.; Y.W.C.A.; Porpoise. CHARLES ALLEN STILWELL Business. Durango. Colorado NANCY JANE STORY Chicago, niinois Music; Alpha Phi; COLORADAN; U.W.C; University Choir; Sigma Alpha Iota. ROSAMOND ANN SULUVAN Music. Boulder. Colorado MARY LOUISE TANDY Arts and Sciences; Intramurals; University Choir. Pocolello, Idaho MARY LOU BARKER Class of Kansas City. Missouri JOHN WILMOT TAYLOR fiuAinest; Phi Delta Theta. MILDRED MATILDA THAYER Konsas City. Missouri Arts and Sciences; Window; Intramurals; Red Cross; C. U. Days Com- mittee. HENRIETTA THOESEN Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Delta Delta Delta, Secretary; Spur; Window; U.W.C.; Y.W.C.A., Editor; Dorm Counsellor; Home Economics Club. LOLA TIDBALL Ely, Nevada Arts and Sciences; Alpha Chi Omeqa; Silver and Gold; U.W.C; W.A.A.; Intramurals. MARYA STRONG TREGELLIS Baltimore, Maryland Arts and Sciences; Alpha Phi; Ski Club; U.W.C; Hiking Club; Intra murals; Occupational Therapy. uo DOUGLAS GRANT TREGO Cnqlneerinq. JOHN CARL TWOMBLY Enqlneerlnq; A.I.E.E.: HIkinq Club. JUNE EVELYN VARNER Business. JOSEPH HENRY VERGILIO Engln» rlng. Holyoke. Colorado Fort Morgan. Colorado Colorado Sprinqt. Colorado Puoblo, Colorado THOMAS ROGERS VICK ROY Denver, Colorado Engineering; A.I.Ch.E.; Phi Epsilon Phi; Alpha Chi Sigma; Sigma Tau; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Tou Freshman Award; Tau Beta Pi Freshman Award. LEONARD CARL VOGEL Golden, Colorado Engineering; Sigma Chi; Phi EpsUon Phi: A.I.Ch.E.; Colorado Engineer; Intramurals; Band. PEGGY WALKER Arts and Sciences. Trinidad, Colorado BONITA JARVIS WARE Arts and Sciences; U.W.C. FRANK WARREN Hugo, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Engineering; Phi Kappa Tau, President; Phi Epsilon Phi; A.S.M.E.; Intramurals; Defense Council. MARJORIE McKEAN WEISER Houston. Texas Arts and Sciences; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Y.W.C.A.; Intramurals; Dormitory Counsellor. Fort Collins. Colorado ANN DICKINSON WHITAKER Business; Alpha Phi. JACK DAWSON WHITAKER Fairplay, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Chi; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Intramurals. CLARENCE MARVIN WILLIAMS, JR. Business. Amarillo. Texai 1944 KAKI POOL ELLYN ELIZABETH WITBECK Arts and Sciences. MARTHA FRANCES WOMMER Music; U.W.C. Vernal, Utah Bayfield. Colorado MARCIA WOOD Arts and Sciences; Delta Gamma; Red Cross. Fonda, Iowa LOUISE JULIA WOODS Kansas City, Missouri Business; U.W.C; Dormitory Council; Red Cross. NANCY ELIZABETH WOODWORTH Business. JAY HENRY WOOLDRIDGE Engineering; Beta Theta Pi. Halsteod, Kansas Kansas City, Missouri ZENETTA GENEVIEVE YOUNG Ordway, Colorado Business; U.W.C; Intramurals; Women ' s Marching Band. MARJORIE DOUGLASS ZEIGER Denver, Colorado Arts and Sciences; Alpha Epsilon Delta; Campus Club; Ski Club. MORRIS ZELINGER Denver, Colorado Business; Phi Sigma Delta; Phi Epsilon Phi; Dodo; Silver and Gold; Debate. 91 FAMILIAR FACES JACKIE ZEUCH ((. 1 JIM PATTERSON GWEN CROSSWHITE ILA MAE PURCELL 0- ' " POISON " PILZ c i 1 MARY LOU JOHNSTON B. A. JOHNSON »2 MEDICINE Nurse Buffie and I, soon to be known to the outer world as " Dr. Buff, " entered the medical profession with two principal aims in mind. First, we had had so much fun in college we decided to prolong the frolicking. Second, it was the only way we knew to get titles for ourselves. We had only to cross the threshold of the school to learn that play was a thing of the past, reserved for happy childhood days. But you can ' t down a Buff or a Buffie, as you may have learned. We may have been disillusioned about our first aim, but it won ' t be long before we ' ll have our second. Nurse Buffie and Dr. Buff to you, my friends. 9a SCHOOL OF MEDICINE The University of Colorado School of Medicine, since 1924 located entirely in Denver, was opened in September, 1883. Sixteen departments share the work of the School, and Colorado General Hospital and Colorado Psychopathic Hospital have long served in connection with the School for teaching and observation purposes. Since the summer quarter of 1942 the curriculum of the School has been accelerated by requiring the members of all four classes to remain in school four quarters a year. Because the registered students of the School of Medicine have been eligible for com- missions in the Army or Navy, losses in enrollment due to drafting into the armed forces have not been great. A large senior class was granted internships in January, 1943, in many parts of the United States; three members were sent to territories outside of the United States proper (the Canal Zone, British Columbia, Hawaii), and five members received intern- ship with the Navy. It is needless to say that the School of Medicine is doing a great deal in aiding the war effort, both civilian and military, in helping supply the urgent demand for doctors. Sir SENIORS Third Row FRANiaiN G. OSBERG JOHN SIMON, |R. ALVIN I. FROSH RICHARD H. CRARY MERRITT W. STARK ALBERT E. lAMES WARREN S. KENNISON ROBERT H, ANDERSON THEODORE C. PHILIPPUS 94 Top Row — Left to right LAWRENCE M. GWINN RALPH E. BRUNDIGE lAMES C. SHY T. CHANDUS STILLWELL lOHN DENST lACK T. HARRIS GEORGE A. WALDRIFF ALBERT M. MERY KAREN K. HANSEN Fourth Row PHILIP O. NICE LEIV E. REYNOLDS CHARLES E. LONG HAROLD SCHWARTZ MAX M. LEDER DONALD A. ARNDT GEORGE E, ORSBORN SAMUEL LEVINE MATTHEW WM. CALVERT Second Row lOHN H. McVICKER GEORGE P. CRIBARI E. KENNETH HARRIS H. JOSEPH SIMON HOWARD Y. SIGLER HENRY R. BRADFORD HAROLD E. OILMAN ROBERT F. HALL EUGENE D. ROSENFELD Filth Row CLOYD L. ARFORD ROBERT E. HEADLEE JAMES M. WILSON S. M. PRATER ASHE FRANKLIN B. LANEBACK SUGI NOGUCHI L. ROBERT WURTZEBACH EUGENE B. BIGELOW HYMAN S. ZUCKERMAN Sixth Row REYNOLD I. SHWAYDER WILLIAM G. FOWLER STUART M. FINCH THOMAS E. ATKINSON SCHOOL OF MEDICINE JUNIORS Top row, leit to right — Gardell, Varian, Derby, Kurland. Katz, Miller, Murray, Stewart, Lucas, Shontz, Edwards, Kartchner, Fisher, Wollank. Mercer, Maul, McDonouqh, Hines Second row — Kramish, Brown, Grant, Jankovsky, Smith, Kobayashi, Gist, Lehrburger, Robb, Frangos, McBurney, Absher, Cowqill, Sisson, McWilliams Bottom row — Motter, Prockter, Clark, Jackson, Dybdahl, Roukema, Durrance, Starr, Vaughan, Dubin. McDonald, Lewis, Lusty, Dayton. Holmes, Cowen SOPHOMORES Top row, left to right — Tepley, Kline, Miner, Harlow, Dyde, Miller, Thurston, Hutchinson, Eeckhout, Greiner. Wood, Witt, Lovitt, While Second row — Evensen, Tjode, Jr., Morrell, Eastlake, Jr., Demshki, Jr., Heaton, Clutter, Twombly, Jr., Curry, Schwartz, Queary, Jr. Third row — Stein, Button, Waddell, Frank, Lombardi, Davis, Eckhardt, Boyden, Crisman, Stjerholm, Walker, Maul, Rumley Fourth row — Benjamin, Bridenbaugh, Tillotson, Wigton. Hipps, Stancil, Jr., Edmundson, Toll, Nixon, Jr. 9S SCHOOL OF MEDICINE FRESHMEN Top row, lelt lo right —Hicks, Atkins, Alexander, Bennion, Edwards, Elzi, Trainer, Husted. Hewlett, Dumars, Mickey, Millett, Watkins Second row — Dr. Buchanan, Johnson, Howry, Roberts, Balows, Bograd, Hopple, Williamson, Zarlengo, Meyn, Lockard Third row — Taguchi, Myatt, Love, Hilderman, Perkins, Dunklee, Dunklee, Wheeler Fourth row — Boyle, duRoy, Inmon, Cowen, Cohenour, Johnson, Flanagan, Hunter, Hoekstra, Philpott Bottom row — Shelby, Hauptmann, Bliss, Arnold, Oil, Shields, Hershey, McCorquodale, Johnson, Lubchenco t « SCHOOL OF NURSING The University of Colorado School of Nursing expanded its program early in 1942 to include a Preclinical Nursing Division on the Boulder cam- pus, as well as the Clinical Nursing Division on the Denver campus, in the University Hospitals. The five year Basic Nursing Degree course be- came a four year integrated curriculum leading to the Bachelor of Science Degree, and advanced professional curricula for graduate nurses in Public Health Nursing and Institutional Super- vision were added. All majors in nursing are helping the civilian war effort or preparing for military service in the Army or Navy Nurse Corps. The Denver Division of the School of Nursing Student Association Officers — Denver Campus DOROTHY GREGG President JEANNE HIRSCHBERG Vice-President ELEANOR SHEESLEY Secretary DOLLY POINTON Treasurer JANE HARDIE Class Representatives Senior LORETTA SHARP .... SHIRLEY STERLING __Sophomore Junior FACULTY ADVISORS NELL PORTER, CYNTHIA VAN BLARCOM, EDITH HOFF, ELIZABETH HARRIS I ymM iiLk , CLASS OF 1943 Top row — Lois Augustine, Elizabeth Flitner, Dorothy Gregg, Jane Hardie, Virginia Higgs, Jeanne Hirschberg, Mae Nishitani Bottom row Helen Ostberg, Norma Rarie, Helen Spehar, Barbara Spitzmiller, Marjorie Wilson, Virginia Woodhouse Graduating from Seattle College through the University of Colorado— Madeleine Iwata, June Kiyoko Koto 97 SCHOOL OF NURSING CLASS OF 1944 Back row — Edith Uhl, Tean Miller, Eleanor Sheesley, Alice Burris, Loretla Sharp, Barbara McLachlin, Dolly Pointon, Dorothy Convery Front row — Midori Funalake, Sadako Jane, Akiyama, June Jansen, Joan Wagner, Rulh Scott, Marjorie Head, Yoko Mary Hayashi, Tomiko Funalake, Masuko Caroline Kondo (not in picture) CLASS OF 1945 Bock row — Loll Hcmlor. Zoo Nawman. BIMI Lancailar. Ella Ballinqor. Elixinor Evana, Marion Rubin. Lilli Rolllll, Lota Allli. Loii Wobbor. Cora Younq. Loraino Woncol. Nancy Shank From row— Lorrain Koitlor. Maxln Tribby. Patricia Palmor. lano lonoi. loan ion«, EUl NIckol. Edna Nickol. Shirloy Storllnq. Elhol Ramtoy. Mary Knotr 08 SCHOOL OF NURSING PRECLINICAL NURSING STUDENTS PATRICIA BLAIR GEORGIE COTTRELL MARY ENNIS PAULINE HARRIS ELIZABETH HILL SUMIKO KUMABE BENARDA MEEHAN LEATRICE PARKISON DOROTHY POSPISIL E VA SAKAMOTO HANNAH SAKAMOTO BARBARA TILTON NELLIE VAN DOREN NORA Vi ILKING PATRICIA WILSON GRADUATE NURSES Advanced Professional Students ESTHER BARTHEL MARY BARTLE REGINA BIER JULIA COPLEY INIS CORMAN FLORENCE NORTON MARIAN PUGH VIRGINIA RAY lylAY ROBBIN3 AGNES SIMMONS ELEANOR TEPLEY OPAL WHITE ZELDA WILLIAMS The Boulder Division of the School of Nursing Student Association Officers — Boulder Campus SHIRLEY JEAN FISH JANE BEYE MARY BRIDENBAUGH .-President .-Secretary ..Treasurer Representatives EULA ROGERS Graduate Nurse ISABEL BANE . ' Sophomore MARGARET HAMMERSTROM Freshman Faculty Advisor HENRIETTA M. ADAMS EDNA ANDERSON MARY BAKER GRETCHEN BLANPIED THERESA BROFMAN SARAH BURKE Graduate Nurses, Advanced Professional Students FAUSTINA CAVALERI ESTHER CHOULES LaPREAL FERGUSON JULIA FLEMING MARY FRENCH GLADYS HEMMINGER DORTHEA JOHNSON GRACE JONES WILHELMINA KLINE GLADYS LUMRY MAXINE MacLEAN JULIA McGOVERN ALPHA MAY MOHR ESTHER RITZMAN EULA ROGERS AGNES RUSSELL ETHEL SATERBERG GLADYS SCHUERMAN AGNES USSERY MARY WALDRON Basic Nursing Degree Students ISABEL BANE ELINOR BERRICK JANE BEYE AILENE BISHOP MARY BRIDENBAUGH LOUVERTA BRITT GENE BROWN SARAH BROWN SHIRLEY BYRD LESTA CARMONEY DORIS CARNES CLARA CARPENTER BETTY CHENEY MARY JO CLARK MARY LOU CRAIG BETTY CROWELL JANE CURTZE BETTY DAVIS PRISCILLA DAVIES EVELYN DeMARCO PEGGEY DICKS CORALIE DUDLEY EMOGENE ELLEDGE RUTH FISCHER SHIRLEY FISH JANET FORNER ALICE GRAHAM ILEEN GRAUBERGER PATRICIA GRISSOM ELIZABETH HAGGERTY MARGARET HAMMERSTROM ROSELYNN HARPER MILDRED HELLBUSCH DOROTHY HERBST RUTH HETER SUSIE HIRAMA JUNE HITCHCOCK JACQUELINE HOLT BETTY HUMPHREY BETTE HURJA DOROTHY HUTTON JULIA JONES ANNA KASSOWITZ CAROL KESSEY BARBARA KROEGER CATHERINE LaSALLE DORIS LATHROP PATRICIA LITTLER ALBERTA LUSBY JEAN McDonald ELEANOR McELWAIN SARAH NAKAGAWA ELIZABETH NICHOLS JUDITH NORTON ZIPPORAH PARKS VIRGINIA ROYCE KATHRYN SAWHILL ROBERTA SCARLETT MABEL SLENKER JANE SMITH MILDRED SMITH HELEN STARR CORINNE STEPHENSON CHARLENE STRATTON CLEDITH STURDEVANT DOROTHY SWANSON GRACE TAKAKI ALICE TENNILLE BETTY TICKEL JEAN TOWNLEY DONNA UNDERMAN IRENE WALKER WINIFRED WESTHAFER DORINE WHITMORE DORIS WHITMORE ELIZABETH WINCHESTER ELLYN WITBECK JEAN ZURICK 99 SCIMITAR HONORARY SOPHOMORE HEN OFFICERS THOMAS G. ROONEY President ROBERT E. WEHRLI Vice-President DONALD M. MITCHELL Secretary MEMBERS JOHN D. ABRUMS JOHN T. ALF RICHARD S. BARR JOHN N. BEBEE CHARLES G. CALLORD JOHN R. CHASSELL SHELBY C. COOKE BILL G. DILLEY GARNALD S. DUNBAR GEORGE B. FINK WALTER B. FRANKLIN JAMES O. HAMMOND RAMON R. HOOD WILLIAM G. HOULTON HERBERT E. JOHNSON DAVID K. JOHNSTON RUSSELL L. KENNEY ROY P. LEE CHARLES J. LEFF JOHN L. LOVITT ROBERT H. LYDON ABNER S. McKEE WALTER W. MELVIN JOHN A. MILLER DONALD M. MITCHELL WILBERT J. MORROW JOHN R. NEWELL JAMES B. PATTERSON ROBERT D. PATTERSON JOHN H. RAIFE RALPH W. REED THOMAS G. ROONEY ROBERT H. SCOTT GORDON M. SMITH RICHARD L. SPECK JERRY STAHMER ROBERT E. WEHRLI WILLIAM H. WEIDMAN lop row, lell to right Bobee. Houllon. Chaasoll. Smith, Lse, All, Mitchell Socond row Molvin, Franklin, Barr, Stohmor, Abrums, Rood, Lydon Third row Fink, Speck, Dunbar. Dllley, Hood. Loll, Kenney Fourth row — Roonay, Levitt, Morrow, Wehrii, Callord too Top row — H. Reynolds. I. Moore, E. Hurick, P. Comegys, B. Jenson. G. Norberg, M. Hawkinson. M. Voyen, M. Kincoide. B. Nash Second row — L. Lien, N. Alexander, P. Castle, R. Pecararro, F. Krachio, B. Adams, B. Bowers, B. Linger, C. Millikan Third row — P. Emmett, J. Hylan, B. Miller, I. Ennis, R. Thompson, R. Fisher, J. McDonald, G. Grund Fourth row — M. Kaufman, M. Cross, Miss Wheldon, M. Johnston, S. Harl Fifth row— E. McCauley, D. Tesdell, P. Ducy, V. Marinoff, D. Weiss, M. Hitt SPUR HONORARY SOPHOMORE WOMEN OFFICERS MARY LOU JOHNSTON - President MARJORIE CROSS - Vice-President MARLEAH KAUFMANN - Secretary KAY REED ...._ Treasurer MARJORIE WHELDON Faculty Sponsor MEMBERS BETTE ADAMS FRANCES KRACHA NANCY ALEXANDER LOIS LIEN BEA BLOOM BETTY LINGLE BETTY BOWERS ANN LOWE BETTY CAMERON VEE MARINOFF POLLYANN CASTLE EILEEN McCAULEY PEGGY COMEGYS JEAN McDONALD MARJORIE CROSS JANE MOORE VIRGINIA DOVE BETTY JEAN MILLER PAT DUCY CHARLINE MILLIKAN PERSIS EMMETT BETTY NASH IRENE ENNIS GLORIA NORBERG RUTH FISCHER CELESTE PARR ROMERTA FOX ROSE PECORARO GLORIA GRUND KAY REED SUZANNE HARL HELENE REYNOLDS MARY HAWKINSON MIDGE ROGERS HELEN HICKMAN ELEANOR STREET MARY ALICE HITT PAT SAMSON EMILY HURICH MARCIA STRONG JUNE HYLAN DOROTHY TESDELL BETTY LOU JENSEN RUTH THOMPSON MARY LOU JOHNSTON MARJORIE VOYEN MARLEAH KAUFMAN MATHILDA WIESMAN MARJORIE KINCAIDE DAURINE WIESS SUZANNE WILSON lOl BETTE JEAN ADAMS Manzanola, Colorado BETTY MARILYN ANDERSON G]en Ellyn. Illinois Class of 1945 DONALD ALBERT ANDERSON Denver. Colorado VIRGINIA WANONA ANDERSON Limon, Colorado BEVERLY ANNE BAKER Denver, Colorado HARRISON MEADE BAKER Pueblo, Colorado THOMAS ROSWELL BANCROFT Palisade, Colorado IDA NELL BARNES Walsenburg, Colorado ROBERT FRANK BAROCH Denver, Colorado DOROTHY JUNE BEAN Boston, Massachusetit VIRGINIA BEARD Independence, Missouri %iim LYLE WAYNE BEATTIE Boulder, Colorado MARGARET ANN BEATY Manzanola, Colorado PAUL WILLIAM BECK Colorado Springs, Colorado ROBERT LYNN BELCHER Pueblo, Colorado ANNETTA MAE BELZEH Great Falls, Montana HAZEL MARYLYN BENNET Denver, Colorado LOIS DALE BLANKENSHIP Hailey, Idaho ELIZABETH BLICKENSDERFER Denver, Colorado JEAN REBECCA BLIX Oak Park, Illinois BEATRICE THOMAS BLOOM Denver, Colorado MAXINE OLIVE BOOK Rush, Colorado ELIZABETH LOUISE BOWERS Rocky Ford, Colorado lOZ WANDA EILEEN BOWERS Regent, North Dakota MARION LUCILLE BRADSHAW Borqpr, T»xas OWEN WILSON BRADY Donvor, Colorado MELVIN JOE EHEFTWOR Puoblo, Colorado CYNTHIA JOAN CARR Denver, Colorado CAROLINE GOELET CARRAWAY Childress, Texas POLLY ANN CASTLE Loveland, Colorado EMERSON LEE CHANCE Colby, Kansas VIVIAN MAY CLARK Kansas City, Missouri AGNES MARIE COLE Cheyenne, Wyoming MARGARET JACQUELINE COMEGYS LaGrange, Illinois MAURICE EDGAR COOLEY Salina, Kansas ELAINE DOROTHY COSMOS Aurora, Colorado JACQUELINE BROQUET Norton, Kansas MELVA CORRINE BROWN Longmont, Colorado BARBARA D. BUCHANAN Evergreen, Colorado JAMES ARTHUR BULL Morrison, Illinois DEAN ROBERT BURLINGAME Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania CHARLES GORDON CALLORD, JR, Lansing, Michigan MARY LOU CRAIG Boulder, Colorado GERTRUDE ANNE CRISWELL Denver, Colorado MARJORIE ANN CROSS Fori Collins, Colorado EDITH RUSSELL CROSMAN Boulder, Colorado JACK HOOKER DAVIS Sopinera, Colorado PAULINE DeMORDAUNT Pueblo, Colorado SHEILA LEE DICKINSON Omaha, Nebraska NANCIE LEE DOLAN Boulder, Colorado RENE FREDERICK DUFOUR Colorado Springs, Colorado Class of 1945 103 DOROTHY JEAN DURR Belle-Fourche. South Dakota MARY FREDRIQUE EHNBOM Denver, Colorado WILLIAM OWEN ELLIS Denver. Colorado PERSIS RUTH EMMETT Boulder, Colorado ALBERT LYSTER ENGLISH Greeley, Colorado MARY IRENE ENNIS Denver, Colorado Class of 1945 RICHARD SCOTT FARR Greeley, Colorado GEORGE BERNARD FINK Denver, Colorado RUTH ELIZABETH FISCHER Denver, Colorado IRENE MARIORIE FLADER Denver, Colorado LORRAINE ELIZABETH FORISTER Cheyenne, Wyoming VIRGINIA A. FORISTER Cheyenne, Wyoming HELEN LAURENE FOSTER Boulder. Colorado MARIAN JEAN FRYE Slerling, Colorado PATRICIA GAY GARRISON Grand Junclion, Colorado RUTH GILLESPIE Donvor, Colorado HELEN DORIS GILMOUR Dvnvor, Colorado CHARLES EDWIN GLEASON Holyoko, Colorado JEANNE CAROLYN GORDON Alamosa, Colorado ysn ' ajrr n DONALD EARL HAMILTON Denver, Colorado ERNEST EUGENE HAMPTON Palisade, Colorado PAULINE HANKS Denver, Colorado SUZANNE LOUISE HARL Denver, Colorado MARY LOUISE HAWKINSON Lorned, Kansas DONALD LEE HAYNIE Manassa, Colorado LURA HAYWARD Cimarron, New Mexico MYRTLE MAXINE HEADRICK Boulder, Colorado MILDRED ABIGAIL HEATH Tooele, Utah FRANK GOWER Denver, Colorado MARY ANN GREEN Denver, Colorado EVELYN MAE GREGORY Manzanola, Colorado GEORGE MARVIN GRIFFIN Swampscott, Massachusetts DON RICE GUNTHER Denver, Colorado EDWARD NORMAN HAASE Newton, Kansas BARBARA LOUISE HALE Chicago, Illinois OLIVER KELLY HALL Grand Junction, Colorado ROBERT JAMES HALL Denver, Colorado r i M ELIZABETH HEPPLEWHITE Farr, Colorado LESTER LeROY HIBBS Osborne, Kansas VIRGINIA LOU HILTON Boulder, Colorado EUGENE EDGAR HINE La Junta, Colorado MARY ALICE HITT Longmont, Colorado RAYMOND JAMES HOGAN Hardin, Montana PATRICIA JUNE HOLT Akron, Colorado DOROTHY RUTH HOOVER Glenn Ellyn, Illinois CARROLL KEITH HOPPLER Holyoke, Colorado Class of 1945 105 HELMS ROBERT HUEY Denver, Colorado ELAINE GLADYS HUGHES Reliance, Wyoming BETTE VIRGINIA HURIA Oak Park, Illinois JOHN RICHARD JAMISON Crook. Colorado BARBARA JEANNE JESSUP Elbert, Colorado JANE GENEVIEVE JOHNSON Tulsa, Oklahoma Class of 1945 MARGARET JANE JOHNSON Walden, Colorado MARY ALICE JOHNSON Rapid City, South Dakota PAUL RAYMOND JOHNSON Fort Morgan, Colorado .r. GEORGIA CAROL KIRKPATRICK Walsenburg, Colorado BARBARA LANG Ovid, Colorado DALLAS DAVIS LANDRUM, JR. Sterling, Colorado DOROTHY MAY LARSEN Denver, Colorado CATHERINE LA SALLE Louifivillo, Colorado MARY ANNE LASCELLES Wilmclle. Illinoii RAYMOND COBB JOHNSON Denver. Colorado KATHRYN MAE JOHNSTON La Junta, Colorado ROBERT STANLEY JUNGE Julesburg, Colorado RUSSELL LEE KENNEY Denver, Colorado ROBERT EDWIN KETTERMAN Boulder, Colorado KOICHI THOMAS KIDO Brighton, Colorado NORMAN DELMAR KIMBALL La lunla, Colorado MARJORIE BERNICE KINCAIDE Pueblo, Colorado MARTHA AGNES KINGSLEY Jetmore. Kansas ROY PRESTON LEE Denver, Colorado LOIS ELAINE LEHMAN DeniBon. Iowa loe JOY LAVON LETH Kimball, N«braika C. I. LEWIS Boulder, Colorado MARILYN LOUISE LEWIS Grand Junction, Colorado MARY LOUISE LEWIS Bou lder, Colorado PHYLLIS LORRAINE LINDHOLM Great Falls, Montana BETTY MAE LINGER Hooper, Colorado LaVON ESTER LITTLER Boulder, Colorado POLLY EMILY LOCKWOOD Grosse Pointe Farms, Michigan JOHN LEON LONGWORTH Castle Rock, Colorado lOHN LEONARD LOVITT Colorado Springs, Colorado MARY LOWE Colorado Springs, Colorado KELSEY EUGENE LOYD Burlington, Colorado PATTI JEAN LUSBY Brush, Colorado MYRA JEAN McCARTHY Boulder, Colorado EILEEN McCAULEY Denver, Colorado PATSY JEAN McCAULEY Boulder, Colorado JEAN ANN McDonald Leadville, Colorado BETTY RUTH McGEE Alamosa, Colorado EVELYN McMINN Maywoodj Illinois amA , ) DOROTHY ANN MADDOX Englewood, Colorado WANOLA LUCILE MARSHALL Ovid, Colorado WARREN S. MARSHALL Denver, Colorado JOHN MITSUNORI MASUNAGA Brighton, Colorado LEWIS EARL MATHEWS Longmont, Colorado RICHARD C. MECKLEY Elyria, Ohio JAMES FEMBRIDGE METZINER Phippsburg, Colorado ROBERT KERN MICHAEL Centralia, Illinois EVELYN ANN MILLER Denison, Iowa Class of 1945 107 if !?| CHARLINE MILLIKAN Tulsa. Oklahoma LeROY DUNN MOLONEY Monte Vista, Colorado FRED EDWARD MOORE Latayetle, Colorado MARIAN MOORE Boulder. Colorado W. J. LAURENCE MORROW Littlelon, Colorado MARY LAURA MOSLEY Colorado Springs, Colorado ly; If Class of 1945 JAMES DONALD MURPHY Burlington, Colorado HOWARD MARSHALL MYERS Pueblo, Colorado PAUL TYLER NELSON Trinidad, Colorado I THOMAS NEVENS Salida, Colorado GLORIA VERNA NORBERG Denver, Colorado ANN ELAM OROURKE Denver, Colorado KENNETH NORWOOD OWENS Denver, Colorado MARY JANE PARLAPIANO Pueblo, Colorado CELESTE ADELE PARR Denver, Colorado BARBARA HOWLAND PAYNE Omaha, Nebraska CLARA MAE PLACE Pueblo, Colorado GERTRUDE PAULA PRATT Casper, Wyoming JOHN WATSON PRINGLE La Junta. Colorado ROBERT ORVILLE RALSTON Valentine, Nebraska JEANNE LEE RATHFON Sugar Loaf, Colorado VIRGINIA KATHERINE RECTOR Omaha, Nebraska MARY CAROLE REDMOND Sterling, Colorado VERNON IVOR REMINGTON Castle Rock, Colorado NORMA ANN ROBB Lovi ' land. Colorado CARROLL SMILEY ROBINSON Nuuanu, Honolulu, T.H. 108 THOMAS JAMES ROONEY Hot Springs, South Dakota NORMAN ELLIOTT SHULTZ Glenwood Springs, Colorado SARAH SYLVIA SIEGEL Alamosa, Colorado LEONARD SIEKMEIER Omaha, Nebraska WAYNE GaBERT SIMPSON Boulder, Colorado SARAH ANN SLATTERY Omaha, Nebraska ELEANOR McCREA SLOAN Hoyden, Colorado TUPPER SMITH Denver, Colorado ELINOR SPICER Duluth, Minnesota JERRY STAHMER Maywood, Illinois DEE ROSENBLUM Denver, Colorado ELEANOR ANN ROSS Denver, Colorado MARTHA MINELL ROUSE Chicago, Illinois NORMA MARIE RUEB St. Francis, Kansas MARGARET JANE SARGENT Alliance, Nebraska ROSE MARIE SCHMERMAN Denver, Colorado KATHERINE ANN SCHROEDER Curtis, Nebraska JANE DEE SCHUMACHER Denver, Colorado EDWARD MURREY SHAPIRO Houston, Texas ELISABETH JUNE STANSFIELD Butte, Montana FLORA JANE STEIN Pasadena, California AUDRY JOAN STELMORE Chicago, Illinois CORRINE LEE STEPHENSON Norton, Kansas MARTHA JEANNE STEWART Medford, Oklahoma ELEANOR SKERRY STOFER San Diego, California HAROLD RAYMOND STOLLER, JR. Raton, New Mexico MARY JEAN STRAIN Great Falls, Montana ANN STRASSER Cincinnati, Ohio Class of 1945 109 MARCIA MAYE STRONG Lamar, Colorodo CLEDITH STURDEVANT Boulder. Colorado VERNON HUGH TALCOTT Weldona. Colorado JAY MARTIN TEASDALE Denver, Colorado HAROLD BERTRUM TENENBAUM Colorado Springs, Colorado JEAN BELLE THOMSON Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Class of 1945 HELEN LOUISE TRIMBLE Pratt, Kansas THEODORE TYOR Denver, Colorado DONNA JOAN UNDERMAN Denver, Colorado JUSTIN ARTHUR VAN LOPIK Caslle Rock, Colorado FRANCES LOUISE VAN THUYNE Lonqmont, Colorado VICTORIA JOSEPHINE VAN THUYNE Longmont, Colorado MARJORIE LOUISE VOYEN Estes Park, Colorado MIRIAM GLADYS WAGNER Fort Morgan, Colorado JOHN LEONARD WAILES Denver, Colorado FRANCES TEASLEY WEBB Jefferson Barracks, Missour DOHINE WHITMORE Minium. Colorado DORIS WHITMORE Minturn. Colorado CYNTHIA WIARD Dvnver. Colorado MARGARET WILEY Colorado Springs, Colorado lEAN McCORMICK WOODSrE Amarillo. Toxos WILLIAM H. WOODSON Colorado Springs, Colorado BUFFALO ON FRESHMEN Optimistic, irresponsible, and full of self-importance, 1 tackled my courses with my little green beany cocked on one horn . . . but high school was never like this . . . but high school was never like this ... 1 swore I ' d never live through midterms, and when finals came, I found I was right. But with the old Buffalo " never say die " spirit, 1 emerged from under a pile of re- jected themes and V. B. F. poli. sci. papers, and once more I tackled my courses with my little green beany cocked on the other horn . . . but high school was never like this. Ill MARY ACKLEY Tulsa, Oklahoma HARRIET D. ADAMS Colorado Springs. Colorado LELAND STUART ALVORD Boulder. Colorado ISAMU AMEMIYA Monilou Springs, Colorado LOUIS AMICK Lamont, Wyoming ALFRED C. ANDERSEN. JR. Julesburg, Colorado Denver, Colorado Class of 1946 ELIZABETH LEE BEVINGTON Boulder, Colorado SARA ARNOLD Boulder, Colorado JOSEPHINE AUNER Des Moines, Iowa HAROLD G. AUSTIN, JR. Denver, Colorado DAVID BANNING Denver, Colorado BETTY BARB Golden, Colorado JAMES W. BEATY Manzanola, Colorado BETTY BECK Indianapolis. Indiana RICHARD E. BELL Denver, Colorado ROBERT BERGESON Belvidere, Illinois JANE BEYE Iowa City, Iowa CLAYTON BLACKBURN Pueblo, Colorado BETTY BOLLIG Denver, Colorado MARJORIE BORING Scolia, New York 112 ANN BOSWORTH Corvallis, Oregon ROBERT LEE BOUCHER Colorado Springs, Colorado ROBERT BRADFIELD Boulder, Colorado RUTH MARY BRADLEY Boiie, Idaho TOM BREWEH PHIL BURNEY Pueblo, Colorado GLADYS CAMERON Wheat Ridge, Colorado MARJORIE CAMPBELL Long Beach, Caliiornia PEGGIROE CARDINAL Littleton, Colorado ESTHER CARLYLE Denver, Colorado JOHN CARMACK Estes Park, Colorado GRACE CARPENTER Cortez, Colorado BEVERLY BETH CARSON Elizabeth, Colorado CLEO LaJUNE CASE Ault, Colorado Houston, Texas ROBERT R. BREWSTER Kansas City, Missouri MARY ALICE BRIDENBAUGH Billings, Montana WILLIAM JOHN BRILL Pueblo, Colorado EVA MARIE BUCKLAND Kiowa, Colorado BARBARA BEA BURFORD Fruita, Colorado DONALD BURGENER Loveland, Colorado LOUISE BURNARD Denver, Colorado MARGUERITE BURNELL Thermopolis, Wyoming FORREST CATHEY Manchester, Michigan JAMES CHINN Denver, Colorado JOSEPH CHARLES CLAPHAM Sheridan, Wyoming ELLEN CLARK Houston, Texas GRAYSON COCHARO Gunnison, Colorado DALE SCOTT COCHRAN Pueblo, Colorado MAXINE CONNELLY Denver, Colorado ARNOLD COOK Denver, Colorado HERBERT COOK Denver, Colorado Class of 1946 113 Class of 1946 WILLIAM COOVER Kinsley. Kansas ELAINE COSMOS Aurora, Colorado MARION ALICE COTTON Paris, Illinois GEORGIE COTTHELL Center, Colorado CORINNE CRAMER Denver, Colorado HARRY CREBBIN Toledo, Ohio MARGARET LEE CROSMAN Boulder. Colorado MILDRED CRYSLER Englewood, Colorado JOHN EDWARD DAVIS, JR. Pueblo, Colorado WILLIAM DAVOREN Denver, Colorado MARGARET ELLEN DETWEILER Twin Falls, Idaho PEGGY DICKS Boulder, Colorado DOROTHY ANNE DOLE Wheat Ridge, Colorado JERRY DOLPH Colorado Springs. Colorado CATHERINE DOUDEN Denver, Colorado 1 1 1 LOUIS I. DUMAN Denver, Colorado MARTIN L. DUNCAN Catpor. Wyoming MARGUERITE ECHTERNACH Bovorly HilU, Calilornia VIRGINIA ECHTERNACH Pali«adv. Colorado MILDRED ANNA EDMONDSON Akron, Colorado CHARLES EDWARDS Koarnny, N braika W. JACK FLIEHMANN Themiopolis, Wyoming MARGERY FLODIN Burlington, Iowa CLYDE FOSTER Long Beach, California FRANCES NADINE FOSTER Boulder, Colorado F. LEON FOWLER Dayton, Ohio PEGGY ANN FRANKEL Denver, Colorado BETTE FRENCH Denver, Colorado CHAUNCEY OSBORN FRISBIE Chicago, Illinois ROSE GARRAMONE Denver, Colorado JANE EMERSON Denver, Colorado FRED EMERY Lexington, Massachusetts MARY GRACE ENDERS Basin, Wyoming JOHN FALKENBEHG Denver, Colorado BETTY JANE FARABEE Pueblo, Colorado BARBARA FENGER Chicago, Illinois JEANNE FISHEL Denver, Colorado BARBARA GARST Douglas, Wyoming ESTHER HELEN GATEWOOD Highland Park, Illinois lO ANN GOFFE Pueblo, Colorado ALICE LOUISA GRAHAM Canon City, Colorado MARY ALEXANDRE GRAHAM Fort Morgan, Colorado DOROTHY GRANT Long Beach, Calilornia BARBARA GRAVES Grand Junction, Colorado MERLE LEE GREENSPOON Denver, Colorado POLLY GREGSON Chicago, Illinois Class of 1946 115 Class of 1946 MARTHA GRIFFITH Canon City. Colorado MARY JANE GRIFFITH Ketchum, Idaho PATRICIA GRISSOM Colorado Springs, Colorado CATHERINE HAGGARD Oak Park. Illinois MARGARET OLINE HAMMERSTROM Billings, Montana BARBARA HANKS Denver, Colorado LORRAINE FRANCES HANIS Las Animas, Colorado NORMAN L. HANSEN Ault, Colorado BETTE HARDY Sidney, Nebraska HELEN HENDLER Denver, Colorado CARMEN IRENE HENLE Boulder, Colorado DOROTHY ANN HERBST Denver, Colorado LEWIS HIGEL 11( Lamar, Colorado JUDITH HILLIKER Denver, Colorado GERALD HIMELGRIN Denver, Colorado RICHARD STANLEY HINES Ovid. Colorado MILLARD HIPPLE Conihohocksn, Pennsylvania HELEN HESTER HITCHCOCK Honolulu, T, H. PHYLLIS MARIAN HARRIS Denver, Colorado FLORENCE HART Humbolt, Iowa BETTY ANNE HASKINS La Junta. Colorado JULIAN REED HAYDEN Estes Park, Colorado MARGARET ANN HAYES Palo Alto, Caliornia MELVIN L. HAYNE Sterling, Colorado FERN SHIRLEE HELLER Denver, Colorado JORDAN IRWIN HELLER Denver, Colorado JEAN HELTEMES Denver, Colorado d ADA BETH HOWELL Denver, Colorado LUCY JANE HUBBARD Colorado Springs, Colorado BETTY CLEO HUMPHREY Fort Collins, Colorado TAMMA ILES Craig, Colorado MARGARET JACOBS Phoenix, Arizona DOUGLAS NELSON JENKS Boulder, Colorado MAURINE JEWELL Denver, Colorado JEAN JOHNSON Cheyenne, Wyoming GEORGE-ANN JOHNSTON Boulder, Colorado JUNE HITCHCOCK Golden, Colorado RICHARD ARTHUR HOCH Yuma, Colorado ELTON HOFF Kansas City, Missouri CHARLES E. HOLCOMB Colorado Springs, Colorado JACQUELINE HOLT Rock Springs, Wyoming CARYL HOLTER Denver, Colorado BETTY HOLTZ Laporte, Colorado PATSY MIYOKO HORINO Denver, Colorado JOYCE HORTON Denver, Colorado JAMES A. JOLLY Denver, Colorado NORMAN RICHARD JOSEPH Walsenburg, Colorado NATHAN PHILLIP KATZ Pueblo, Colorado KATHERINE T. KAWAMURA Denver, Colorado CAROL J. KESSEY Victor, Colorado BETTY KETTERMAN Boulder, Colorado MAURINE KILZER Boulder, Colorado MARIAN LUCILLE KING Arlington, Virginia HARRY KINSFATHER Lyman, Nebraska Class of 1946 117 A. REGINA KLAUSNER Denver. Colorado CAROL KLING Oak Park. Illinoii RAYMOND KNOX Fort Morgan, Colorado EVELYN OLYMPIA KOPLOS Rocklord. Illinois JOHN KOSTITCH Denver, Colorado IRENE KRUSMARK Casper, Wyoming LOUIS MORTON KUH Denver, Colorado SHIRLEY ANN KUPETZ Denver. Colorado GLEN ROYAL LAMBERTSON Delta, Colorado Class of 1946 JEAN ELLEN LINDSEY Downers Grove, Illinois SARAH ANNE LING La Junta, Colorado BILLIE MARY LITTLER Elmhurst, Illinois PATRICIA LITTLER Elmhurst, Illinois VELMA LOCKE DoBoque, Colorado JOAN LOHMANN Grand Island, Nebraska MARTHA JANE LOVE Colorado Springs, Colorado EMMA LOU LANDRUM Boulder, Colorado ANABEL LAW Colorado Springs, Colorado RUTH LAW Boulder, Colorado BETTE LE CRONE Colorado Springs. Colorado PHYLLIS LEE Denver. Colorado IRVIN WESLEY LENZ Eads, Colorado ELAINE LEROY Denver. Colorado JEANNE LUCILLE LILL Denver. Colorado SAM LINDER Boulder, Colorado KEITH LOYD IIK Si. Francis, Kantai ALBERTA LUSBY Lovffland. Colorado ROBERT CHARLES McARTHUR Denver, Colorado MARGARET McCOY Denver, Colorado RUTH McFlE Walsenburg, Colorado WailAM McKINLEY Burlington, Colorado BOBBIE McMILLIN Colorado Springs. Colorado ARTHUR CURTIS MacARTHUR Kennydale, Washington CLARENCE ELMER MALERNEE Cahone, Colorado JOHN McGREGOR MANN Hinsdale, Illinois MORTON MANN Denver, Colorado LORETTA MARKEY Golden, Colorado GALE MARTIN Albuguerque, New Mexico PATRICIA ANNE MARTIN Hot Sulphur Springs, Colorado WILLIAM RALEY MARTIN, JR Colorado Springs, Colorado WILLIAM C. MILLHOFF Clayton, New Mexico DORIS MARIE MOORE Santa Fe, New Mexico DONALD IRA MORRIS Manitou Springs, Colorado JANE PRESTON MULLER Denver, Colorado JOAN STEPHENSON MULLER Denver, Colorado JO ANN MURFIN Adams City, Colorado Class of 1946 KEITH NELSON Fleming, Colorado EFFIE MARGAflET NEWCOMB Monte Vista, Colorado ANDREW GARRIE NICOLL Maui, T.H. ROBERT NICOLL Colorado Springs, Colorado GEORGE NISHIKAWA La Jara, Colorado JUDITH ANN NORTON Fort Collins, Colorado Class of 1946 RUTH ANN OLSON Arvada, Colorado VIRGIL OBERT ONSTAD Brighton, Colorado BETTY ORR Chicago, Illinois ELIZABETH JEAN O WELLS Brighton, Colorado BETTY LOU PAINE Glenwood Springs, Colorado THELMA PALMER Cedoredge, Colorado GEORGIA JEANETTE PERKINS Mitcholl, Nobratka ARTHUR RALPH PETERS Dayton, Colorado DANIEL PETERSON Grooloy. Colorado MYRTLE PETHERAM Son Rafaol, Colorado FLORENCE PHILLIPS Dotrolt, Michigan ROBERT E. PHILLIPS Codarodgo, Colorado JOHN W. PLUMMER Newton. Kansas BARBARA ANNE PORTER Colorado Springs, Colorado DOROTHY PORTNER Colorado Springs, Colorado JOAN PRATT Idaho Springs, Colorado PATSY PREY KATHRYN ELIZABETH PUTERBAUGH Denver, Colorado HAROLD PAUL REEDER Colorado Springs, Colorado MARGARET REINHARDT Lincoln, nUnois JAMES RICE Coshocton, Ohio ELIZABETH RICH Denver, Colorado EDWARD ROBINSON Waterloo, Nebraska HELEN ROMINGER Saguache, Colorado HOWARD M. RUPP Salida, Colorado LEWIS M. SACHTER Pueblo, Colorado WILLIAM P. SAWHILL St. Francis, Colorado EMIL HENRY SCHEEL, JR. Fleming, Colorado FLORENCE CHRISTINE SCHOENE Denver, Colorado Class of 1946 GEORGE F. SCHREIBER Leadville, Colorado SUE SCHWIND Davenport, Iowa ANNE ESTELLE SCOTT Downers Grove. Illinois RALPH EDWIN SCRUBY Longmont, Colorado HERSHEL SEDALNICK Grand Junction, Colorado MARY ANN SEIBOLD Wheal Ridge, Colorado DARWIN D. SELEEN Colorado Springs, Colorado Class of 1946 ELOISE SNYDER Hardin, Montana MARJORIE ALICE SOLTER Golden, Colorado ALICE RUTH SIGVALDSON Longmont, Colorado MABEL SLENKER Greybull, Wyoming MORSE WESLEY SMILEY Brush. Colorado BETTE BELLE SMITH Palo Alto, California GORDON C. SMITH Longmont, Colorado lAMES A. SMITH Denver, Colorado JANE FRANCES SMITH Brighton, Colorado ROBERT FRANCIS SMITH Ovid, Colorado JANE BROOKINGS SMYTH Big Horn, Wyoming MYRA JEAN SOUTHARD Hot Springs, South Dakota JOAN STAPP i-z-z Denver, Colorado BONNIE STEINBRECHER Evanston. ItlinoiB MARYLYN STEPHENSON Littleton, Colorado THERN STIERS PaliBodo. Colorado DIANE STONE Boulder, Colorado ANNA MAE STRAIN La Junta, Colorado PATRICIA TELK Denver, Colorado RAE ALICE TENNILLE Caliente, Nebraska ROBERT THOMAS Pueblo, Colorado MARJORIE TIRRELL Denver, Colorado JEAN TOWNLEY Gill, Colorado MARY JANE TOWSE Mitchell, Nebraska DENA DEIORES TRILLING Denver, Colorado NANCY TWINNEY Lake Forest, Illinois NOVELLA VAUGHAN Boulder, Colorado JEAN STRATTON Denver, Colorado DON S. STRAUSS Denver, Colorado CHESTER D. STULL Glenwood Springs, Colorado DOROTHY LEE SULLIVAN Boulder, Colorado MARY ANN SULLIVAN Center, Colorado MARY FRANCES SULLIVAN Craig, Colorado CHARLES TAYLOR Brighton, Colorado VIRGINIA TAYLOR Denver, Colorado GEORGE TEATS Colorado Springs, Colorado BOB VERNER Denver, Colorado DAVID WADDINGTON Weslclifle, Colorado IRENE WALKER Denver, Colorado LINCOLN WALLBANK Denver, Colorado BARBARA WALSH Denver, Colorado ANNE WANGBERG Colorado Springs, Colorado JACK WEITZMAN Denver, Colorado MARGARET WELDON Los Angeles, California WENDELL P. WESLEY, JR. Ulysses, Kansas Class of 1946 12S BETTY WHEELER Wauwaiosa, Wisconsin VIRGINIA WHEELER Wauwatosa, Wisconsin VIRGINIA WHIPPLE Canon Cily, Colorado PATRICIA HARRIET WHITE Piedmont, Colorado SIDNEY JOHN WHITE SoJida, Colorado MAXINE WHITLEY Alliance, Kansas Class of 1946 CHARLES EDWARD YOUNG Pueblo, Colorado JOHN MEREDITH YUNCKER South Bend, Indiana ELAINE WILCOXON Hotchkiss, Colorado KEITH DUANE WILLIAMS Boulder, Colorado HERBERT R. WILLSON Colorado Springs, Colorado JOHN R. WILSON Colorado Springs, Colorado NELLIE MAE WOODS El Paso, Texas JOSEPH E. WOODWORTH Alamosa, Colorado GORDON A. WOOLARD Colorado Springs, Colorado ARA CATHRINE YAGER Boulder, Colorado EDNA EDYTHE YEAGER Lonqmont, Colorado HAROLD ZEPELIN Denver, Colorado 12 1 SCHOOL OF LAW The Law School of the University of Colorado, like law schools all over the country, is experiencing a decline in enrollment. Contrasted to the average enrollment of 110 students, thirty students enrolled in Ihe fall of 1942. The reason for this decrease is plain — the armed forces are taking a great number of law students who are not subject to deferment on occupational grounds. However, despite the deaeased enrollment, the Law School continues to perform an important func- tion in training lawyers, for whom there is now an urgent need, especially in the expanding government agencies. Front row — Chickasuye, Sandusky, Warren, Shrimpton, Gottlieb, Hoyutin, Hughes, Cohen, McCarthy Second row — Balleisen, Bondurant, Sandhouse, Donnen, Burger, Paddock, Mason, Brittain Third row — Johns, Hawley, Wilkinson, Hartley, Porlapiano, Jenkins Fourth row — Barngrover, Tullis, Gallegos, Hart, Atkinson, Rocchio Back row — Campbell, Brooks, Baum STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION OFFICERS EARL E. HARTLEY President OMAR M. LLOYD Vice-President RUTH GOTTLIEB Secretary FRANK STEWART Treasurer CLASS PRESIDENTS ROYAL DONNEN Senior RUTH GOTTLIEB _ Junior LOUIS HART Freshman ROCKY MOUNTAIN LAW REVIEW JOSEPH W. HAWLEY, IR.._ _....__ Editor-in-Chief EARL E. HARTLEY Business Manager LEONARD M. CAMPBELL RUTH GOTTLIEB ROYAL C. DONNEN BERNARD L. ROSENBERG ROBERT A. BARNGROVER Current Decisions Editor OMAR M. LLOYD Book Review Editor MILTON D. GREEN._ Faculty Advisor 125 OUR JUDGES CASPER AIR BASE • " S " v c .O . ,»• V.-s ' ■3 fib ' liagQfe Courtesy Casper Air Base taJk i2(i BEAUTY QUEENS Ah, when I think of the beauty queens of old C. U. — Homecoming, Engine Ball, C. U. Days and all the other ones we ' ve had through the years — this hardened old buffalo heart of mine beats more rapidly and a mellow glow comes over me. as 1 sigh, " Who Wouldn ' t Love You? " Picked for beauty, glamour, personality, popularity, and poise, they ' re the cream of the crop — the crop of C. U. coeds, of which all are queens in their own right. 127 C. U. BEAUTY QUEENS 128 i Pan e acte 129 i oAic ( c i a intai i 130 ti ja tc yt ittzc 131 l aticui 132 LU ett f ee teet Lawa It 133 Jvlu l fi ' l l clL tlllcUt lilt lot ' ' tent Lnceii 184 l t wee t II Uu. (taiite il ali y iiecit 135 cJLlfe at C . i l. Those who returned winter quarter found that men ' s grades had dropped. Cause was said to be the unsettled status of the men. Many who failed to return were called immediately, others waited months. A sigh of relief went up with the announcement that reserves would be allowed to finish the quarter. Irony of this announcement was that during the quarter one hundred and fifty men in the air corps reserves were called to active duty. These included student body president Glen Hedgecock, Silver and Gold editor, Frank Karsh, football captain-elect, Tex Reilly, Dodo business manager Wayne Van Arsdale, basketballer " Toadie " Huggins, and track star Ed Killin. Intercollegiate Basketball was a thing of the past and varsity men went out for intramurals. Wyoming produced a team, which suffered only two defeats. Colorado got some consolation from the fact that one of the defeats came at the hands of the Denver Legion, in the A. A. U. tourney. The Legion was the Colorado team plus Ace Gruenig and alumnus Bob Doll. The Legion bowed to Phillips in the finals, but Doll and Gruenig were All-American choices with Walt Clay making the second team, Clarence Ellis made a fifty-nine foot shot to establish a new dis- tance mark. 136 The view we remember best 137 Yesterday the domain of freshman men — today the Navy Mh ( - ' - ■n cattle inw nt; ' -d n t :- tndV.uvciV- ' ° ' Tv.enev.unWe- sier KennV .p.ed and andGo i " ' - KGsno- " ' ' " es- _lAai 3 and SaUY 138 Think they ' ll make six no? Bill Hanna, guiding light of the Colorado Engineer, a publication Hearts and smiles Zelda Laski — smiling D. Phi E. Campus beauty and the bigwigs talk it over 139 " Dr., do try our elderberry wine " mhcu UUle Thea. -J , ,ures on popular en -.°-- 3,, .as .senic and OW aU buV over shado-vn. oU ,, Artist, sch- ' ' alhle e v ere honoi 140 — ,V.e ratio v,as 3 o Y b° overAitne . e VvealtVv service orkinC3 ' H«h school CO..V »- .„o. «.-- ' ' " = " " 141 The truth will out. Pi Phi suppressed desire formal " Sex takes a holiday " Chuck awards A. W. S. Vaudeville queen Kissing the boys goodbye? Don ' t forget the fellows in the back room 143 oLife at L. t . " Tope " encourages the boys The pause that- »tiUh This must have been posed Niemann ' s all-out effort for the Phi Gam average Industry- One of the Boetter geography majors Science — the sex life of a fish ) r i f% % 1 l[ii Pillars oi wisdom glow in the night Three ' s a cro ' wd Abode of the Prexy a la Jack Frost Right out of Fantasia When winter comes — can spring? ACTIVITIES What you see is the finished product, whether it be a news- paper or a speech, a magazine or a play, a yearbok or a debate. What you don ' t know are the hours of toil, the bitten fingernails, the tearing of hair, and the wild-eyed insanity that go into the preparation of these productions . . . proofreading . . . makeup . . . copy editing . . . rehearsals . . . research . . . memorizing . . . acting ability . . . expired journalism ... as you can see, I ' m a talented little Buffalo, for I have all these things. 14T 1943COLORADAN EDITORIAL STAFF ..Editor ROBERT HAWLEY - VIRGINIA lOLLEY | Associate Editors BILL SECOR ' ASSISTANT EDITORS RUTH STRAUSS Organizations cna Acti.- PAULA OUARNBERG 5 section WARREN GARST ..Editorial LESLIE NELSON ■■; Typing VIRGINIA GILLIS Art DOLORES HALE photography lOHN GEIGER Sub-Editors j BARBARA OWEN GILLESPIE RAY PURINTON MARIAN MOORE VIVIAN LINDSAY GENERAL STAFF M.. Mice B.denbau.h, j " S ' " " °f F h Art Pacheco loan MuUer Celeste . Betty McCaw, Tucker Earth Marine p .., berq SatT Archibald, Martha Muchy „, Shanesy, Mariorie Bo Uer Jeanne F shel, . p , innett Bob Thomas, Jack Smih Bod r jj, Catherine Roder k O ' Haro Betty °™ ; ionbom, Janet Falke Douden, Adele Quarnberg, Ma none _ Lee. Margaret GilrnourMar.orie Dudley MY ,„ne ' ,::e " pWn " ' Frankle, Diana stone t 4 - V I THe 1943 COLORADAN produC o - : S lacking in pictures, -- ' -- ' = " " " tncerehoPe .ho. .hese .echnical have become accustomed. It is my memories given to fCe ' t: :S ' H. " eveite " a :Jhr oUege .e.boo. TO Aileen end the Bu-ess Stc i inv -ce.e. . Z operation in getting the books to e me . p ' aula, Eloine, Kaki, Dolores R-V. --,,„, „ g. d iob. Who. others rs ; boV ou r Tor.: ' rim ains to be seen. BUSINESS STAFF AILEEN JEWELL Business Manager FRANCES DE BEUKELAER-.Office Manager DUNBAR lONES... -Advertising Manager ELEANOR BRICKHAM -.Collection Manager DAURINE V EISS Sales Manager GENERAL STAFF Patty Sue Marye, Maurine Jewell, Kay Hag- gard Eileen Charlesworth. Jean Blix, Billie Hall Jeanne Lill, Janet Garlough, Howard Meyers, Jean Ltndsey, Lou Ella Washlob, lean Heltemes, Margaret Hammerstront. Elaine Leroy Vi SILVER and GOLD EDITORIAL STAFF Editor FRANK KARSH Editor PAUL CLARK Associate Editor WALT APPEL Qjy Editor WERNER HERZ ESTHER DEVALON ) Society Editors lACOUELINEZEUCH ( Sports Editor NATE BLUMBERG lOHN QUIMBY I Assistant News Editois DORIS BLACKBURN ( TED DRAKE JEROME MONCHEN VIRGINIA WHEELER I News Assistants PAT DUCY HAROLD GARBARINO KAY PEABODY . Secretary LOLA TIDBALL GENERAL STAFF . c. ru Linder Vee Marinolf, Bob McVay, Bur. Frances Kracha, Sam L ' " ! ' ,,33, Mary Shaw, Bruce Meyers, Nona Niethammer Gene Over. r . Son,n,ers, Marie ' ' ° ' ' ' J f s...... Harl. Barboro Hitchcock, Louis R ' ' ° ' " % f ' " da Beth Howell, Gloria ,essup, Betty Un.er, Betty f . ;,„,erson, Jim rirc;ieS::.rP:prB: ora porter, Uw.sSach.er. Joyce Horton. i The save, ond GoM hod . ' ! of getting out two " " ° " " ZrieT continuG raids upon its personne Edifor Frank Karsh tn winter ° ; " ° " ,„bloid format in the sprmg. 1 by the armed forces, and the doplion „ itoria constitution. BILL BUSINESS STAFF PADDOCK Business Manager PETE FRANKLIN Assistant Business Manager KATE TAYLOR Secretary to Manager mmf: lUSTIN VAN LOPIK ROSS OLIVER HERB COOK CLINTON WARNE Solicitors COLORADO ENGINEER Published strictly for the engineers but read by many others on the campus, the Colorado Engineer appears four times a year. The enlarged number of Navy men in the engine school has increased both the importance and the scope of this magazine. Don Hardin and Bill Hanna have collaborated to make the Engineer even better than in previous years. EDITORIAL STAFF DON HARDIN Editor-in-Chief WILLIAM DYRENFORTH , WALTER APPEL I A cic r, F i» r= FRED VENDITTI i Assistant Editors REX ELLINGTON , ' EARL LAKE Personnel Editor JIM WILSON Campus News Editor RAY PURINTON News Briefs Editor JOHN GEIGER Features Editor CLARK KISTLER ..Alumnews Editor BILL SAWHILL Staff Photographer 1 GENERAL STAFF DAVE KAHNE, JOHN FALKENBERG, BOB THOMAS, JACK SMITH BUD PIETENPOL RALEIGH VIIv NT BUSINESS STAFF BILL HANNA Business Manager [ Assistant Managers HAROLD AUSTIN Denver Advertising Manager LYLE BEATTIE Boulder Advertising Manager BOB ECKEL Assistant Boulder Advertising Manager WARREN CROSS Circulation Manager CHARLES HUTCHINSON Collections Manager LOIS STEEL . Secretary GENERAL STAFF ARNOLD COOK. HERBERT JOHNSON, HOWARD LEE, ELWOOD WALKER Faculty Advisory Bo iril F. A. EASTOM (Chairman), W. S. BEATTIE, R. L. DOWNING, H. S. EVANS, W. S. NYLAND, C. H. PRIEN ' - --- 15Z DODO The lone bit of humor to brighten our otherwise well-informed campus makes its appearance in our annual seven issues of the Dodo. This year ' s most popular inovations have been the many campus snapshots and a novel feature introducing candid viewpoints on favorite pastimes, hangouts, brains, weaknesses, and other oddities of the University. A survey was made of the fraternities, sororities, and faculty in this respect. Only the willing donation of talented wit and cooperation have made possible the publication of the greatest Dodo C. U. has ever seen. EDITORIAL STAFF EUGENE PILZ ._ - Editor in Chief DORIS BLACKBURN - Managing Editor IVAN BAXTER J WERNER HERZ Associate Editors ELAINE BLOMGREN i NATE BLUMBERG .._ Assistant Editor CHARMION BRIGGS _ - - Exchange Editor GENERAL STAFF SHIRLEY BRIGGS, MIMI RIVKIN, BOB HAWLEY, BOB GRAY, DON HOLLAND, ED ROBINSON, KIKI WRIGHT, ADELE OUARNBERG BUSINESS STAFF WAYNE VAN ARSDALE ...Business Manager JACK TOBIN Assistant Business Manager PAN CASTLE Circulation Manager EDITH LEONARD Advertising Manager BOBBIE BRADSHAW Head Typist SECRETARIES JOAN ALLEN, JOSEPHINE AUNER, ANN BOSWORTH, JANE ELLIS, MARGARET HAMMERSTROM, HELEN HEALEY, ADA BETH HOWELL, PHYLLIS LEE, LOIS LIEN, JEANNE LILL, JANE MULLER, MARJORIE SAN- BORN, FLORA STEIN, BONNIE STEINBRECHER, CORINNE STEPHENSON, PATRICIA TELK, ANNE WANGBERG 153 WINDOW The campus literary publication is the " Window. " Through it we have this year caught glimpses of campus talent in the form of poetry, short stories, feature articles, and modern sketches. The staff has been enlarged to give an opportunity to all those students having any interest along journalistic lines. To produce this quarterly magazine many tedious hours and much weary toil has been necessary. Our hats are off to this staff for a job well done! EDITORIAL STAFF MARGARET HAGLER Editor l ' S s ' t rTsia ! - ' = " " - harry groves | I HARRY WRIGHT DOLORES HALE .Assistant Editors GENERAL STAFF HELEN WEHBY, JEAN SCOGIN, J. CLARK COE, NONA NIETHAMMER, LILLIAN LEVIN, RICHARD BEIDLEMAN, ANNIE MAE LOVELACE, CELESTE PARR, LUCILE MARSHALL, MARY BESS VARIEL, PAGE MARTIN, ROCHELLE RUDOLPH, ROSALIE WERTHEIMER, ODETTE JENSEN, AGATHA BROWN, JULIA FONDA, ALICE ANNE STIEGLITZ, ROBERT ARNETT, MAR- GARET POPE, JOE FULTON, MARJORIE DAVID, VIR- GINIA JAGGERS BUSINESS STAFF ALSTON McCARTY Business Manager JOSEPHINE AUNER Circulation Manager BETTY DODSON Publicity Manager GENERAL STAFF OTIS GAYLORD, MYRA JEAN McCARTHY, ELEANOR SLOAN, FRANK SHOFFROTH, VIRGINIA LOU HIL- TON, REID BARKER, JOSEPH DUNN, CHRIS SCHOENE, CAROL KRIER, DOROTHY STAUFFER, MARGE CAMP- BELL, BUD CARLLYL, VIRGINIA TAYLOR, JACKIE BROOUET, VIRGINIA BLAKE, ELAINE LITTELL, MARY ACKLEY, MARJORIE TIRRELL, MARY ANN GREEN, NANCY TWINNEY, MARG ECHTERNACH, PATRICIA TELK, VICTORIA VAN THUYNE, FRANCIS VAN THUYNE, MILDRED EDMONDSON, PAULA PRATT, CHARLES NEEDHAM, JANE DOUGHTY, ANNE WANG- BERG, MARGARET HAMMERSTROM IRt . . -rtciw fl I KNOTS AND FATHOMS Last year the N. R. O. T. C. magazine made its debut at the University. This year it has begun to gain the campus-wide popularity it deserves. All the news about the Naval Reserve Officers ' Training Corps is included. Jokes, pictures, short stories, and general arti- cles of interest help to make it one of the most readable publications. Congratulations to all of those who have contributed their time and effort toward producing this magazine! STAFF JUSTIN M. HILB _ Editor GEORGE B. FINK Associate Editor HENRY A. WINTER, JR ..Business Manager ROBERT F. LINSTEDT__ Art Editor DARWIN W. SCHMITT Staff Photographer LIEUT. COMMANDER E. J. FOSTER Office Advisor GENERAL STAFF ARTHUR S. BOSS, DON A. CAMPBELL, JAMES D. HILL, SYLVAN KAPLAN, DAVE MAYHOFFER, DOMI- NIC P. PALERMO, MORTON RECHUITZ, ROY SCOTT, ROBERT L. WEIL 155 LITTLE THEATER An unusually varied collection of plays this year graced the Little Theater stage for one of its most successful seasons. Starting with a note of comedy in the farcical " Male Animal, " the drama department next produced " Get- ting Married, " which while very well done, resulted in many conflicting opinions. Winter quarter began with the appearance of a very unusual symbolic play, " Noah. " But overwhelming audience popularity was won by the presentation of the hilarious murder story, " Arsenic and Old Lace. " Spring quarter continued to uphold the standards set by the first two quar- ters in outstanding productions of two one-act plays and a full length drama. 1S6 LITTLE THEATER Doom of Heaven Goodnight Please SPRING QUARTER The first play following Christmas vacation last year was " Death Takes A Holiday " . . . this three act produc- tion which combined comedy, ro- mance, thrills, and melodrama, was directed by E. J. West and presented February 26-27, 1942 .. . the plot told of Death ' s visit to earth in quest of the thing which made human beings cherish life so much that they hated him. Three one-act plays, individually directed, were presented last spring quarter on April 16-17 . . . " Goodnight, Please " was a comic farce concerning a wealthy financier ' s at- tempt to spend a week in bed . . . " Marriage Has Been Arranged " was a high comedy concerned with the marriage of a titled Englishwoman and an extremely wealthy man of low rank . . . " Doom of Heaven " was a melodrama based on Sir Walter Scott ' s ballad, " William and Helen. " The last play of the 1941-1942 school year was " School for Scan- dal " given once in May and again at commencement . . . the plot re- volving about a theme of mistaken identity was in an unusual setting of a typically 18th century draw- ing room with costumes of the same period. 157 LITTLE THEATER Gelling Married Gelling Married . FALL QUARTER The first presentation of the Players Club given fall quarter was James Thurber ' s amusing comedy hit " The Male Animal " ... the setting was effective but the rather insignificant plot, regarding a burning editorial written in a literary magazine by a college stu- dent, was somewhat overshadowed and lost in the outstanding character portrayals given by Randlett Fowler, Donald Carson, Kenneth Lloyd, Sally Barber, Susanne Wilson, Charles Hutchinson, and Katherlne Freed. On the frosty nights of November 19-20, fans of the Little Theater saw Bernard Shaw ' s comedy " Get- ting Married " . . . the setting was unusual and im-, pressive as the palace of the Bishop of Chelsea ir 1908 . . . the main plot was concerned with the complicated love affairs of several members of the Bishop ' s family, the Bridgenorth ' s . . . play wasi well-cast . . . well-performed . . . and well-received.j 358 LITTLE THEATER Noah Noah WINTER QUARTER The first Little Theater production of winter quarter, given January 28-29, was Andre Obey ' s unusual Bible fantasy " Noah " ... the settings of the famous ark and Mt. Ararat were effective in their uniqueness ... the scenery, so unlike our everyday world, quite transformed the stage into an ancient world ... the costumes were also very effective in their simplicity ... as the plot was merely an elaboration of the Bible story of Noah and his trip on the ark, many of the characters were animals . . . their excellent disguises were planned by Muriel Sibell and Joseph Fulton ... the players included Mandell Winter in an excellent portrayal of Noah; Anna Marie Bible as Mama; Dave Cramer as Shem; Kenneth Lloyd as Ham; Charles Neale as Japhet . . . others participating were Leslie Friedman, Alda Webber, Helene Reynolds, Robert Wilkinson, Harrison Baker, Betty McGee, Sally Siegel, Margaret Detweiler, Ruth Law, Teasley Webb, and Marjorie Salter. 159 LITTLE THEATER 1 1 1 I WINTER QUARTER " Arsenic and Old Lace " ... " a cadaverous comedy in three acts " . . . the March 4-5 production of The Players Club was one of the year ' s most successful presentations, both as to audience appeal and artistic portrayal . . . Joseph Kesselring ' s Broadway hit of a year ago deals with two old maid aunts who poison people for the fun of it and bury them in the cellar of their old-fashioned Brooklyn home . . . Anna Marie Bible and Bette LeCrone were hilarious as the " kindly " old ladies . . . also living in the gruesome household are Teddy (Charles Hutchinson) who thinks he ' s President Roosevelt; Jonathan (Saul Hoffman) an escaped criminal; and Mortimer (Randlett Fowler) the only sane one of the eerie crew . . . Mortimer ' s marriage and perhaps his sanity are saved when he turns out to be illegitimate and therefore able to marry Elaine who is portrayed by Sally Barber . . . this show hit was directed by E. J. West with the assistance of Suzanne Wilson . . . others in the cast were Harrison Baker, William Millhoff, Robert Wilkinson, Millard Perstein, Carrie Nicoll, Kenneth Lloyd, David Cramer, and Donn Bennett. 160 DEBATE In spite of limitations due to the lack of transporta- tion facilities, the speech department has done much of which to be proud this year. The debaters participated in an extensive program with Wyoming, including junior and senior conferences and a parliamentary debate. During fall quarter the Rocky Mountain Conference held a two-day parley in Fort Collins. A long-remembered event will be the campus discussions on the post-war world with two Southern California University students. During winter quarter Denver University sponsored a multi-state conference among college students. The Student Speaking Group on War Cooperation has been extremely active in providing speakers and leading discussions in various classes and organizations. This group is also presenting a series of four radio pro- grams during spring quarter. They will consider infla- tion and post-war problems and planning. Another project of this group has been the preparation of a pamphlet of special discussions led by faculty members. With the printed word and radio supplementing travel, the University speaking group has managed to play an important part in campus activities this year. Fron ' row — Coo!ey, Friday, Younker, Smith. Wright. Shephiro. Clark. Shrimpton, Hammond 2nd row — Harrington, Friedman, Salter, Weisman, Kracha, Robbins, (Mrs. Rosenturg) Mr. Murphy Standing — Detweiler, Hopiinger, Stien, Castle, Weiss. Harlan, Stodarl, Margolis, Cohan, Gillespie 161 DEBATE MEMBERS NATHAN BAUM POLLY ANN CASTLE PAUL CLARK FRANK COOLEY ELEANOR COHAN MARGARET DETWEILER LESLIE FRIEDMAN FRANCES KRACHA. CHARLES FRIDAY RUTH GILLESPIE ROBERT GRAY DOROTHY GRAY JAMES HAMMOND JEAN HARBERT MEREDITH HARLAN .Debate Manager ADELE HOPFINGER BRET KELLY BEVERLY KNAPP FRANCES KRACHA CYNTHIA LOGAN BERNICE MARGOLIS BARBARA NELSON BERNARD ROSENBERG ADREA R. ROSENBERG EDWARD SHAPIRO WORTH SHRIMPTON GORDON SMITH FLORA STEIN HAROLD STEVENSON NONA STODART JOHN TREVITHICK CLINTON WARNE ROSE WEISMAN HARRY WRIGHT JOHN YUNCKER Clark, Cohen. Marqolis. Smith Dotwoillor, Margolis. Woisman, Kracha, Hopiinqer 16:£ SPORTS This fall after tearing up the sod chasing the pigskin around with Missouri, New Mexico, Wyoming and various Utah and Colorado teams, I came home proudly displaying the Big Seven co-championship hang- ing from my shaggy hide. Since the Navy had unreservedly taken over the Field House and it was too cold to practice outside, I carefully wrap- ped my basket shooting talents in moth balls, shed a tear or so, and turned to intramurals and the new phys ed program. In the spring my fancy lightly turned to thoughts of the umpire shouting, " Play ball! " and the shot of the starter ' s gun as I was off like a whiz down the track. How- ever, even as I perspired for old C. U., I thought of the time when I, too, would join my teammates to help win the game for Uncle Sam. ' h 161 Coach Yeager FOOTBALL 1942 Captain Glen Hedgecock Although many of Colorado ' s regular line-up had traded their uniforms of silver and gold for uniforms of khaki or blue, Coach Jim Yeager, with the able assistance of coaches Potts, Cox, Prentup, and Bradley, managed to produce a team that rolled over all but one of their con- ference opponents to tie with the Utah Indians for the Big Seven Conference championship. The Thundering Herd had to count on many new comers from last year ' s freshman squad and this year ' s freshman class. Among them Johnny Zeigler, Carl Stearns, Walter Clay and Clayton Lewis showed exceptional promise. Eleven Buff letter men returned to the Herd this fall. Included in their ranks were all-conference Stan Hendrick- son and Gus Shannon. Other returning letterman were passer " Tex " Reilly and pass-snagger Dick Woodward who were supported in the backfield by Captain Glen Hedgecock, Sollie Raso, place-kicking Bob Knowles and in the line by big Jim Smith, Don Brotzman, Roland Caranci, and Harry Allen. All-conference recognition was received by " Tex " Reilly in the quarter back post, Walter Clay in the half back spot, Gus Shannon in the guard position, Roland Caranci in the tackle spot. r;Str 8 0 -r a? , 16( 26 , SS r(7 SB ' - ' i -tS 40 36 IS, 3Q 4S « 20 49 j . im FOOTBAir TFAM Front row- Arqstl . B. Day. Ra»o. McKoo. Zolqlor, Knowlos. Roilly. Sloorns, Roonoy, Hays, Croeso. Fablinq Second row P. Bradley, Clay, Adams, Spicor, Shannon. Hodqecock, Myors. Honstotn. S. Day, Bradley, Piatt, Prentup Third row Potts. Scott. Mockloy. Woodward. Brotzman, Hondrlckson, Waters. Shovlin. Weltnor, McKinlcy. Caranci. Coach Yeaqer Back row Johnson, Latcham, Bundqaard, Lewis, Chambers, H. Allen, Moore. Briqqs. Smith, A, Allen, Jewell Free Ball! COLORADO, 54; COLORADO MINES, September 26, 1942 — " Gentleman Jim " Yeager, starting his second year at the head of the Thundering Herd, unveiled a quartet of smooth-running backs func- tioning behind a solid front line as the Golden Buffs romped to an easy 54 to victory over Colorado Mines in Colorado stadium. Early in the second quarter Yeager inserted his two freshmen prodigies, Walter (Kaiser) Clay and Johnny Ziegler, and on the first play thereafter Qay intercepted an errant Mines pass. Ziegler then knifed through tackle and sped 25 yards to score. It v as a sign of " Things to Come. " Carl Stearns, a heralded Soph writh piston-like legs, clever Maurice (Tex) Reilly, junior signal-caller, Solly Raso, Gordon Bundgaard, Clay, and Ziegler all scored in the rout of the Orediggers. A fourth quarter squabble betw een Colorado rooters and Mines freshmen who crossed the field in an attempt to enter the C. U. cheering section added gaiety to a game, which otherwise was a miniature track meet for the Buffs. By Nate Blumberg, Sports Editor, Silver and Gold, and Associated Press Sports Writer i M? rr; -rir ' ;. C. U. on another scoring march Roland Caranci, Tackle Hedgecock marches on 165 Hedgecock stopped alter short gain Hedgecock, Steams, Coach Yeager, Reilly, Rosso COLORADO, 13; MISSOURI, 26 Playing in weatlier which held an expected crowd of 10,000 persons down to a mere 3,000 handful, a surprisingly powerful and resourceful Colorado Uni- versity team, while losing to Missouri, rated as the " best club in the Big Six, " by a score of 26 to 13, kept the Tigers in a state of near nervous panic throughout the contest. When O ' Hara went inside Colorado ' s right end and galloped to the goal 65 yards away on the first scrimmage play of the game, the game looked like a walkaway. But it wasn ' t. The Buffaloes tightened, there was no more scoring that period until Colo- rado ' s all-conference end, Stan Hendrickson slashed into the Missouri backfield, intercepted a lateral from Pitts aimed at Steuber, and streaked 76 yards for a goal. Heartened by that spectacular development, the Buffs took on new power and pushed the Big Six champions about considerably until Steuber suddenly broke around the Colorado left end for a 53 yard chase for the goal that sent Missouri into the intermission leading 13 to 6. Steuber passed to Jack Morton, Missouri end, in the end zone for the next touchdown early in the third quarter. Reilly ' s pass to Johnny Adams, and Adams ' lateral to Carl Stearns, a wheelhorse of the Colorado attack all after- noon, look the visitors to the Missouri 38 yard line as the third period ended, and on the second play of the final period Dick Woodward took Reilly ' s pass on the Missouri 2 and fell across the goal. Missouri answered with an 85 yard march in which Steuber pounded across the goal for the final points of the day. T. P. Hamel, Denver Post Special Correspondent. ■% ' % ' % V;, V% ; : S:!g Dick Woodward, End 166 Crunch! The Herd Thunders On COLORADO, 31; UTAH AGGIES, 14 The Golden Buffs from the Boulder hills pounded a plucky Utah State college football team into submission 31 to 14 to open their drive on the Big Seven Conference championship. Coach Jim Yeager ' s Colorado University gladiators played like a team inspired. They ran the ends, slashed thru the line, flipped passes with unerring accuracy and sandwiched in spinners and reverses to befuddle the Farmers throughout. It was the most versatile and devastating offensive uncovered by a Colorado team in this region since the heyday of Whizzer White. Aggies ' attack, smothered as it was most of the time, was sparked by a scampering, scurrying little back named Billy Russell. He accounted for most of the Farmers ' best gains and seemed to put new spirit into the Dick Romney aggregation. Colorado scored one touchdown in each of the first, second and third quarters and two in the fourth. Their first-period tally was the result of a 90 yard drive, led by Stearns and Clay. A 60 yard drive brought the Buffs their second touchdovvrn, as Clay and Stearns worked a series of laterals and Ziegler spiced the proceedings with some ilashy dashes around the ends. The first fourth-period score was Stearns ' most amazing performance. He turned in a 64 yard jaunt after breaking away with a lateral from Reilly. As if he hadn ' t done enough already this scintillating young man tossed a pass to Dick Woodward for the final touchdown. Aggies scored in the third period on Russell ' s dazzling cutbacks and end runs, culminating in his plunge over the middle from the 1-yard mark. The Logan crew mustered enough power to shake the Buff defenders when Bus Williams passed to Ross Morris, who lateraled to Jack Seiferling, frosh star who galloped for a touchdown, making the play good for 90 yards. By Les Goates, Sports Editor, Desaret News, Salt Lake City, Utah. Clay finds an opening Don Brotzman, Center Reilly with good interference 167 C. U. Marches On COLORADO, 12; NEW MEXICO, Boulder, Colo.. Oct. 17 — Two silverplaltered opponunities handed Cclorado University by brilliant flankmen, Stan Hendrickson and Dick Woodward, enabled the Buffaloes to roll along to a 12 to victory here Saturday afternoon against a bewildering New Mexico University attack. The first break came with three minutes remaining in the opening quarter when Hendrickson, again playing " fifth man in the backfield, " filtered through the New Mexico blockers to intercept a backfield lateral on the Lobo 43-yard line. Hendrickson ' s gift put the Colorado performers in scoring position for the first lime, and, in order to show their gratitude, his fellow Buffs promptly pushed over a touchdown on the very next play, when freshman Walt Clay- he was an entire offense in himself Saturday afternoon — took the ball on a quick-opener and shuffled over to the sidelines down to the Lobo 20-yard stripe. Here he chose to lateral to teammate Carl Stearns, blocking out the one remaining opponent, while Steams ambled across for six points, but failed on the conver- sion. In the second period. Woodward gave Clay a scoring opportunity by break- ing through to block and recover a Lobo punt on the New Mexico 34. Three Colorado plays had the ball down to the 23: then Tex Reilly stepped back and hurled a perfect aerial to Clay who cut across the field from the 18, picked up blockers Hedgecock, Shannon, and Hendrickson, and was over for the final tally. . . . The story of Colorado ' s win Saturday is also a story of some excellent lino play as produced by all conference Gus Shannon, center Don Brolzman, tackle Roland Caranci, along with the two aforementioned ends. By Frank Karsh, Editor oi The Silvar ond Gold, Colorado University. Reilly and Knowles. extra-point combincrtion ti i Gui Shannon, Guard 168 Dog pilel ill ' fti -; C. U. stopped on the scrimmage line COLORADO, 34; COLORADO STATE, 7 Whether or not v ar permits a 45th meeting of the University of Colorado Buffaloes and Colorado State College ' s Aggies on the gridiron next fall, followers of 44 previous contests v ill recall the 1942 game in Fort Collins as an historic event for freshmen were largely responsible for the Buffaloes ' 34 to 7 victory. Up from Denver prep-school glory, Swivel Hipped Johnny Ziegler scored two Buffalo touchdowns to match the performance of Sophomore Carl Stearns. Walter Clay, only a year removed from Longmont High School stardom, reg- istered a third and the most spectacular touchdown of the day when he stole an Aggie pass and raced 50 yards across the goal. Veteran Quarterback Tex Reilly guided the Colorado offense as Senior Bob Knowles sent four perfect placekicks through the goal posts for extra points, and Glenn Hedgecock rounded out the battering Buffalo backfield. Freshman Jim Riggenback gained the honor of scoring Colorado State ' s lone touchdown when he snared a pass in the end zone during the second period, which ended with Colorado ahead 14 to 7. But Freshman Don Rezzer became the day ' s surprise package with his threatening runs and relentless aerial barrages. The 2,300 spectators who witnessed the game saw a traditional battle royal despite the weighted score in Colorado ' s favor. They saw the Buffalo team make its 30th conquest of the Aggies since 1893. Twelve times the Aggies have been the victors. Twice the games ended in ties. Albert W. Crumbaugh, Sports Editor. Kort Collins Express-Courier. ' ■V " ■ iWi -- y - 5 i v ' i Smith moves in ior the kill ' Tex " Reilly, Quarterback Where ' s he going? 160 Tex shakes loose COLORADO, 28; WYOMING, 7 Colorado U. uncorked a second half haymaker in scoring a 28-7 triumph over Wyoming at Norlin Stadium, October 31. The fireworks started when Tex Reilly threw a short pass from his own 24- yard line to Johnny Zeigler who galloped behind excellent interference for the first Buff score. Wyoming tied the score moments later after recovering a C. U. fumble on their own 37 yard line. This lone Cowboy touchdown was scored by Earl " Shadow " Ray, who also dropkicked the extra point. As the first half ended, Colorado was on the receiving end of heavy punish- ment being dealt out by the seemingly rejuvenated Cowboys, and C. U. fans were visibly surprised and dismayed. After the half-time festivities were over, and the amazed Buffs had regained their composure, they began to maul the Cowboys without mercy. Two long sustained drives ended with frosh star Walt Qay crossing the goal for C. U. ' s second and third scores, and the day was polished off when Tex Reilly re- covered a fumble on his own seven and converted it into the final touchdown. All four Colorado conversions were made by Bob Knowles, Roy Roberta, The AP. Colorado scores again Stan Hendrickson, End ITO Looks like trouble Carl Steams, Fullback It was Utah ' s Day COLORADO, 0; UTAH, 13 Utah 13, Colorado 0! Ouch, that was painful! It hurt to the dreadful extent of an undisputed conference championship for the versatile Buffs. To this day there is no concrete explanation for the sad turn of events. Charge that score — Utah 13, Colorado — to an off day — a day virhen the Golden Buffaloes were far below the standard they established for the season and the underdog Utes rose up to play their best game of the year which featured a ramrod fullback in stubby George Bettridge, a guy with powerful gams and a shock-absorbing noggin. It also starred a skillful runner and passer in slim Frank Nelson and a rock-ribbed line that had excellent end play and a well-knitted middle. Bettridge did enough plowing for a sizeable victory garden to usher the Utes 58 yards down the terrain for the first score. His bull-like charges mixed brilliantly with reverse passes by Wally Kelly and flank maneuvers by Nelson. It was also Bettridge who, in the fourth stanza, split the middle of the Colorado line and knifed through for chunks of ground to score in five plays from 34 yards out. Colorado threatened to score only once in this their homecoming game. In the first period, Walt Clay churned through left guard, flipped a lateral to Carl Stearns and the play carried from the C. U. 38 to the Utah 22. Stearns promptly tacked on a first down to the 12, then the Buffs turned to passes and couldn ' t connect. It was the only loss for the Buffaloes. Write it off to an off day. They were a much better ball club than they showed on this occasion, Chet Nelson, Sports Editor, Denver Rocky Mountain News. -A Treat ' em rough, fellows Glamour boy Bradley looks on 171 Record Attendance COLORADO, 48; B.Y.U., C. U. came back like true champions, taking at least partial revenge for their defeat at the hands of Utah U., swamping the hapless Cougars of BYU by the score of 48-0. The highly rated Cougar eleven, featuring the all-con- ference trio of Ken Bird, Reed Nilsen, and Mike Mills, was completely outclassed by the fast, aggressive youngsters wearing the colors of Colorado. There was no outstanding star for C. U., although the performance of Bill Myers at guard, Ki Clay, Johnny Zeigler, freshman backs, together with the veterans Woodward, Shannon, Coranci, and the ever brilliant Tex Reilly made the Buffs look like real champions. Lu Monroe, in the Boulder Daily Camera. K ' " Jl .Tii. Clay carries the mail Waif Clay, Halfback Who has the ball? 17a Reilly to Hendrickson COLORADO, 3 ; D.U., 6 There was no joy in Denver on Thanksgiving Day of 1942. It was on that crisp day that the Bisons thundered over a cocky settlement of Pioneers to gain revenge for a terrible beating the year before. By a score of 31 to 6 Colorado U. smashed the D. U. gridders in Hilltop stadium. Paced by lightning fast " Kaiser " Clay, freshman halfback sensation, deadly- passing Tex Reilly, and pass-snagging Dick Woodward, the Buffs seemed un- beatable that day. The first quarter was a kicking duel with neither team gaining. Then, after the second quarter began, Colorado marched deep into Pioneer territory. The Buffs began scoring when Bobbie Knowles came into the game to kick a 16 yard field goal to put C. U. ahead 3 to 0. From then on it was Colorado ' s day. Reilly passed, Woodward and Stan Hendrickson caught the passes, and Clay ran wild. At the end of the third period, Denver experienced an ephemeral breath of life that resulted in the Pioneer ' s lone score. It was a fitting climax of a great season for the Buffs. Their greatest enemy was vanquished and C. U. tied for the conference championship with Utah. By Eugene Pilz, Editor, University of Colorado DODO. Johnn-y Ziegler, Fullback Let go oi me! Woodward snags a long one 173 Coach Potts Brotzman and Caianci TRACK 1942 The Colorado University track team out ran, out jumped, and out threw all conference competition again this year to romp home with their sixth straight Big 7 championship. Coach Frank Potts developed his first wartime thinclad aggregation from the first early season indoor meet well into May before winning the final full conference meet in Salt Lake City. As usual, the Bison mentor came up with a strong well bal- anced team. Sprinter Bob Dey and distance man Ed Killin led the Herd, and were more than well supported by many other men who rounded out a fast stepping, well balanced team. Early in the season, the Herd traveled down to Kansas for the annual Kansas Relays. The competition was unusually stiff but, it was there that the boys showed their strength, and they came home with a well earned second place. 174 Front row Roberli, DorBoy, Lombardt. Shullz Second row Shollon drainer). Powell. Doy. Pllchlord, Killin. Coach Polls Third row Lockard. Maddox, Backorich, Millor, Hoach Back row- Brolxmon, Shakeihall, Carr. McAllerly Potts gives Backerich a few pointers TRACK 1942 Their next outing was in the Potts promoted Colorado Relays here in Boulder. This year the Relays were bigger than ever and over 500 thinclads from all over the Midwest participated. They then went on to cop the Triangular Denver University, Colorado Aggies, C. U. Meet in Denver. The next two meets were with Oklahoma A. and M. and the University of Oklahoma. Here the Bisons turned in good performances and some of the men showed their steady improvement by bettering their earlier marks. The Eastern Division Meet was the next big hurdle, and the Bison Boys came trampling in over stubborn competition to take another first place. The Buffs really turned on the power, and rolled up a total of 1 1 1 points for a clear 40 point margin over the Colorado State garnering of 71. This meet showed the Buffs to be the outstand- ing team of the region; made them favorites to cop the conference crown. » Ed Killin Colorado Relays 175 Bob Dey Lockard and Dorsey TRACK 1942 The full conference meet in Salt Lake City was the final out- ing for the Potts performers. Colorado Aggies gave the Herd an unexpected scare when their strong field aggregation led by rug- ged Dude Dent threatened to out score the track dominant Buffs. The relay was the deciding event and the well balanced Buffs came through with a winning 59 points to lead the Aggies who trailed by only 2 ' a points for a 56 ' a marker total. Bob Dey was the outstanding performer and his marks of 9.7 in the century and 21 flat in the furlong were the best of the year in this region. Dick Shakeshaft and Vern Miller were standouts in both the low and high hurdles. Shakeshaft was somehow over- looked when he finished first in the 220 low hurdles in the con- ference and had he not protested and received a second place, the Buffs would hove finished behind the hard pressing Aggies. Ed Killin turned in a good 9:58 two mile in the conference meet and Guy Walk ' s tosses of over 185 feet in the javelin along with Pitchford ' s polevaulting were steady point getters. Brotzmon Tom Pitchford WUl He Make It? 176 -ir- ' McAfferty and Roach . ¥ Dick Shakeshaft TRACK 1942 was a mainstay in the shotput and McAfferty was always a con- sistent winner in the high jump. Bakerich and Roach handled the 880 and 440 yard runs and both came in with places at Salt Lake. Roberts ran with Ed Killin in the mile, and also gathered some Buff markers at the final Salt Lake meet as well as being a consistent point snatcher all season. Lockard came through with a second in the discus in the final meet after being a steady winner throughout the season. After six years of riding high over Rocky Mountain tracksters C. U. faces an indefinite future. Next spring Coach Potts will be forced to scour the campus for new talent, for almost the entire squad will be gone. However, resourceful Frank Potts can be counted upon to come up with another strong team and around May, the C. U. thinclads will be out there again after their seventh straight conference championship. Guy Walk " 9 He sails through the air , 177 Coach Carlson Orin Davis BASEBALL 1942 Displaying a truly outstanding team, last year ' s baseball nine, under the direction of Coach Harry Carlson and Manager Morris Biegel, again captured the Big Seven eastern division champion- ship. C. U. ' s talented hurler. Dale " Pete " Atkins, undefeated in tViTo years of play, was largely responsible for many of the team ' s victories. Bill Hebert, a reliable southpaw, pitched and won sev- eral games during the season, while Bruce Fullerton and Harry Wood shared the catching duties. The smoothly-working infield was composed of Pete Pasqua at first; Orrin Davis, keystone sacker; Martin Trotsky, shortstop; and Joe Romano, third base. Paul McClung played right field, Phil Serafini was in center, and Ameda Ligrani and Jim Louk took care of the left field position. Pete Atkins " ' i ' ' ' ' %J! i£ ' ' ' ' ' i vi u — - c; 178 Front row Paiqua, Kawamala, Bleqal (Manaqor). lohnion. Godloy. Louk. Trotsky. Crosatto Middle row Ligranl. Hobort. Davit. Hardin. Lornor. Sorallnl. Romano, McClunq Back row Parker. Ecklei. Alkina. Alport. Wood, Doar, Folti, Scheele Even the Umpire is looking BASEBALL 1942 The baseballers took their first game from Mines at Golden by a score of 7 to 4. Atkins struck out nineteen batters and allowed only five hits. The two teams played again at Boulder and Bill Hebert was credited with an 11 to 2 win for the Buffaloes. D. U. then journeyed to Boulder and the long-awaited Atkins-Garland duel was staged. The big city boys wound up on the short end of a 5 to 1 score, as Atkins notched another victory. At Fort Collins, the Buffs split a doubleheader with Colorado Aggies. Atkins pitched a 12 to 2 win in the first game, but the Farmers took the three-hour nightcap 7 to 6. The following week, Wyo- ming ' s Cowboys came to Boulder and were defeated twice: 7 to 3 and 4 to 3. In the last game, Carlson ' s willow wielders pushed across two runs in the last half of the seventh inning to win the abbreviated game. C. U. defeated Lowry Field 8 to 6 in a game which featured thirteen errors. r n Infield flash ' Spike " Wood Pui i t ' A S!i.5JI. -2tk ri « r Pete holds down first 179 He ' ll never make it BASEBALL 1942 Colorado State came to Boulder and lost their third tilt with the Buff aggregation 6 to 3. At Denver, the Pioneers handed Bill Hebert and the C. U. nine their second defeat of the season. In the second game that week-end, Atkins, although he allowed eleven hits, won from D. U. 19 to 6. Colorado scored seven runs in the first three innings to clinch the game. After thus copping the Big Seven championship, the Buffalo outfit traveled to Lincoln, Nebraska, where C. U. and Nebraska University renewed their baseball rivalry. Atkins and Hebert were credited with wins as the Bison men won by scores of 10 to 3 and 4 to 1. This series ended a successful 1942 season. " Dutch " Ligrani ixw Kill the Ump! Murderer ' s Row Strikeout King BASEBALL 1942 Final Big Seven baseball standings were as follows: W. L. Pel. Colorado U. 8 2 .800 Colorado Slate 8 4 .667 Denver U 7 8 .467 Wyoming U. 2 6 .250 All conference nominations included: Dale Atkins, unbeaten in two years of play, who broke the college strikeout record — he was a good hitter and an excellent team player; Joe Romano, the most feared batsman in the conference, a slick third baseman; Paul McClung, a graceful fielder and strong hitter batting in the cleanup spot; Martin Trotsky, a good hitter and a fine shortstop; and Orin Davis, who, although he missed three games during the season, was a dependable batter and an almost flawless second baseman. Bruce Fullerton You ' re Out! 181 fijk " i Coach Don Bell John Hinshaw GOLF 1942 The 1942 golf squad under the able leadership of Don Bell again captured the Big Seven eastern division crown. Bell, 1941 division champ, and his able mashie men were undefeated throughout the season. The C. U. boys started the year by defeating D. U. here at Boulder by a score of 15 ' 2 to S ' i. They then journeyed to the Broadmoor course in Colorado Springs and took C. C. 14 ' 2 to 6V2. On the same links, Dave Sheridan was the individual tourney winner as the Buff golfers, with a score of 391, turned back Denver University and Colorado College with 433 and 422 strokes respectively. At Denver, the C. U. club wielders again showed superi- ority. They thumped Denver 18 ' 2 to 2V2 and returned home to submerge the Tiger crew from Colorado Springs by a score of 19 ' 2 to l ' 2. The conference meet was held at Cherry Hills in Denver. C. U., D. U., and Wyoming participated, and although Charles Lind of Denver won the individual championship over Bell, the Boulder team again chalked up a victory. Scores were: C. U. 792, D. U. 850, and Wyoming 861. Five members comprised the championship golf team: Bell, Sheridan, John Hinshaw, K. K. Mammel, and Charles Drexel. 182 Trying for a Birdie Sam Milstein, Coach TENNIS 1942 Losing but one game throughout the season, Coach Sam Milstein ' s net men succeeded in tying for the Eastern Division title. The tennis champs won all of their conference games and split with the Denver Pioneers in the divisional meet at the Denver Country Club. Led by Horry Bashore, C. U. ' s number one singles and doubles champ, the racquet wielders traveled to Fort Collins to cop the first game of the season 9 to 2. At Boulder, Colo- rado College was the next victim, losing by a score of 2 to 5; and the Aggies, on the bottom of an 11 to 2 score, dropped their second match to C. U. D. U. suffered two defeats, 7 to 2 and 5 to 2 in the Buffalo netters ' next games, but New Mexico University then jour- ne yed to Boulder and went home with a 4 to 2 victory. The C. U. racqueteers, in their last game of the season, sought and gained revenge by a score of 7 to 3 over the School of Mines. Lettermen were: Harry Bashore, Bob Kirchner, Richard Gray, Ernest Hagler, Richard Dean, Hugh Fisher, and MacGregor Folsom. 1942 Tennis Squad 183 184 feed ' V + 1 185 RADIO SCHOOL This spring the University of Colorado Radio School completes its first year on the C. U. campus. Now, the radio school, which has its training headquarters in the engineering de- partment, has four hundred bluejackets under the command of six Chief Specialists, one En- sign, and one Lieutenant. The four hundred prospective radiomen spend eight hours each week day and four hours each Saturday attending classes on radio theory, radio procedure, typing, code receiving and code sending. In addition to class work, each man is required to take five hours of physical training each week. At the end of sixteen weeks of intensive training on the campus, an apt radioman should be able to receive and typewrite twenty-two words of code per minute. If the sailors meet 18(i V: • HJEJH these specifications, they are rated third class radiomen by the Naval Department and sent to an advanced school for further training. Upon being declared inapt for radio, a sailor is sent to a naval base as a second class seaman to await assignment to other branches of naval service or to combat duty. EveiY morning at 6:30, in response to rev- eille, the inland seamen hit the deck of their fieldhouse barrack to start their day of study and recreation. Each evening during the week, the navy men are given from 7:00 until 9:30 for recreation. From 1 P. M. Saturday through 9:30 P. M. Sunday, the radiomen ore given shore leave. The men enlisted in the naval unit on the Colorado campus must abide by the same regu- lations that govern all men in the United States Navy. Any man who does not abide by these regulations is sent to a " boot " camp for work detail until he is assigned to active sea duty aboard ship. 187 ACTIVE ARMY Colorado University men m the armed services know well what they are fighting for. And they fight well, too. From all parts of the world where American soldiers are stationed, re- ports come in from former C. U. men or about them. Over 3,000 post cards hove been sent out by Frank H. Wolcott. Secretary of the War Services Board, asking for information about former University students, professors, or employees. More than 1,500 of these questionnaires have been answered, giving Mr, WoJcott an extensive, although not complete list oi the men and their stations. There have been almost one hundred men w ho have received citations for outstanding work. Among these are Major Ralph H. Coyte. BA, LLB 37-40, who received the Navy Cross for outstanding service during a raid on Guadalcanal in August, 1942; Lt. Glen Lewis, cited for bravery while bombing Japanese ships in the waters around New Guinea; and Bruce McCandless cited for special honors in connection v ith the activities of the USS San Francisco al Guadalcanal. A necessarily incomplete list shows that 14 former C. U. men are known to have been killed while in service. When the lists of University men in service is complete, it will be a list of those who have enjoyed the major privileges of a democracy and are willing to fight and perhaps die for the continuation of not only the privileges, but also the re- sponsibilities. Pholot courtesy ol th» U. S. Army 188 i si t " iii ARMY ENLISTED RESERVES Since the United States entered the war, men attending universities have been asked to train themselves for the army by remaining in school. Under this program, uni- versity men were offered reserve positions in the army along with opportunities to train for specialized occupations in the armed forces. At the University of Colorado there are 375 men in the regular Ar my Reserve Corps. These men may continue with their regular curricular activities until they are called to active duty. In addition to the men in the regular army reserve, eighteen reservists are classified as provisional second lieutenants in the medical administrative corps; twenty-five men are enlisted with the air corps ground crew to study meteorology, engineering, communications, or armaments. The remaining group of reservists are the twenty-six students preparing for the electronic training group of the signal corps. Under the program now in effect, men with a reserve status may remain in school as long as they make satisfactory progress toward their degree and as long as the armed forces do not need them for active duty. 189 NAVAL RESERVE Under V-1 and V-7 navy reserve plans, men at- tending Colorado University have had the oppor- tunity to train for commissions in the navy while continuing v ith their regular college v ork. Prior to March 15, men enlisted in V-1 and V-7 were permitted to continue with their education in this college as long as they made normal progress toward their degree and were not needed for active duty. Upon completion of their activities on this campus, the enlisted men were to be sent to a navy training station to receive training for a commission in the active navy. On March 15, the V-1 and V-? reserve branches were closed and all men enrolled at that time were assured of completing all, or a major part, of their college course. This summer a new plan will be started under which students from high schools will be selected, inducted into the navy, and sent to a navy college such as Colorado University. This new plan will be called V-1 2 Students with a V-1 2 status will be in active service in uniform with pay, food, quarters, and under military discipline. f ' m iss 190 INTRAMURALS Even though the Conference games were somewhat curtailed, we didn ' t let the old sporting spirit go stale. Many were the times on the men ' s and women ' s gymnasium floors my little sister Buffie and I threw ourselves with feverish intensity into screaming at the top of our lungs for our team. There were times, too, when we participated in the Hercu- lean struggle. Still with us are memories of the hot, vibrant atmosphere of the gym, the echoes of pounding feet, the splashing of water, the swish of net as the ball passes through the basket, and a varied assortment of sounds, each appropriate to a particular sport. We carry also with us the memory of bruised muscles, aching backs and a distinctive collection of cuts, wo unds, and other scars of battle. 191 r MEN,S INTRAMURALS Phi Gamma Delta again came through with impressive strength in all the individual sports to win the intramural title. The aggressive Phi Gams amassed a final total of 2,332 participation pxDints, and led the scoring during all three quarters. In the spring of ' 42 they breezed in over the second place Sigma Chi ' s by a 792 to 528 margin. In the fall of ' 42, the Delta, Betas and Sig Alphs all gave strong competition but, the Phi Gamms again won by a 200 point margin to roll up an impressive 785 points. During the winter of ' 43, it was again the Phi Gamms who led and the Delts, Betas and Sig Alphs who were pushing them. The sports minded house on Broadway entered every event in considerable strength and soon began to be known as the Phi Gamm A. C. This outstanding athletic minded fraternity is again in possession of the intramural cup. Beta Theta Pi finished second, with Delta Tau Delta third, and Sigma Alpha Epsilon fourth. 1»2 Beta Field Goal in Championship Game Dells Wanning Up % ,-i " S.A.E. GoU Champ Joe Garst P Beta ' s Gruesome Grid Champs The fall intramural season was featured by unusually keen competition and interest among the fraternities. Beta Theta Pi captured its fourth successive touchball championship by soundly pounding out their final vic- tory over the snappy N. R. O. T. C. aggregation. The Beta team featured such grid luminaries as Dear, Secor, Burger and Hart. The Phi Gamms took the Volley ball title v ith the Delts finishing second. It was a two team league with a big gap between the two leaders and the trailing pack. Joe Garst took the golf singles championship for Sigma Alpha Epsilon while Beta ' s Beno Walker and Bob Michael led in the doubles play. Last spring the Phi Gamms and Betas were the singles and doubles win- ners and runners-up, respectively. The water polo teams were closely matched this year with several teams threatening to edge through to the championship. The Betas came out on top of the heap again after subduing the aggressive Delts and the fast Hawley inspects the Gallery Beta Golfers Secor and Michael • Pi Kap ' s De Souchet and Paul, Tennis Champs Improvinq Sig Alphs in the early rounds and drowning the Phi Gamms in the finals. Ziegler, Phabling, and Latram, led the Beta plungers through the midwinter season. The Dells and Sigma Chis took the spring doubles and singles title in tennis competition while the Navy Language School Bastile copped the singles champion- ship and Pi Kaps Paul and De Souchet look the singles and doubles honors last fall. The Phi Gamms swept through to the swimming crown after encountering some opposition from the water minded Chi Psi ' s. Jim Dumm, Rogers, and Mizenes led the attack for the Phi Gamms while Barker was the Chi Psi mainstay. This year ' s boxing and wrestling tournament was the largest and most talented ever presented here at C. U. There were no varsity athletics during winter quarter thus, all varsity men were allowed to compete in the winter intramural program. Sig Alph rooters in a tense moment A.T.O. ' s Wallace and Barber, handball champs Jump Ball The following men won the divisional crowns and runner-up places: 118 lb., Wilson decisioned Gillen. 125 lb., Momii decisioned Anderson. 135 lb., Otsuka outpointed Ireland. 145 lb., McCampbell won from Beveridge. 155 lb., Dal Poggetto outhit Currie. 165 lb., Neimann decisioned Nelson. 175 lb.. Clay outpunched Voorhees. Heavyweight, Jacobs decisioned Alpert. There were no knockouts or tko ' s in the finals how- ever, several men hit the canvas during the semifinals and preliminary rounds. Wrestling: 121 lb., Masunaga decisioned Thomas. 128 lb., Doyle won from La Bonde. 135 lb.. Patten de- cisioned Scott. 145 lb., Hughes won from Cladis. 155 1b., Hailing decisioned Bigum. 165 lb.. Hamburger de- cisioned Turner. 175 lb., Pasqua pinned McKinley and Heavyweight, Lewis threw Creaghe. The winter basketball play was the best seen in intramural history with the entire C. U. varsity competing on the various fraternity and intramural teams. Phi Phi Gam Volley Ball Champs Delt Dick Winters gets a high one Gamma Delta put almost an all varsity team on the hardwood and took the championship. They met with stubborn opposition all the way through the season and finally emerged victorious in the finals with a win over the Curtiss Cagey Cagers, a strong independent outfit. The boys from Phi Delta Theta and Sigma Alpha Epsilon provided the Phi Gamms with stiff competition, but, were not strong enough to overcome the red and white hoop men. Handball was again monopolized by the young men from Alpha Tau Omega. They played through a ladder setup and were not given much trouble by the other contenders. The Softball boys from Beta Theta Pi brought the championship back into division after having an inde- pendent team in the top spot for a year. Dale Wolaver and Lou Hart provided the Betas with the stellar leader- ship and play which led them to the top of the heap. The Sigma Chi ' s were runner-ups. Phi Gam ' s Championship Water Polo Team llKi Swing Batter Swing Phi Gamma Delta won out over the hard fighting Pi Kappa Alpha horsehiders to take the intramural baseball crown. There was the usual loose fielding and spotty pitching but, the play was close and interesting. Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Kappa Psi were in the running until the last and kept the race to the championship a tight one. Bill Paddock and Hank Bowes led Beta Theta Pi to another skiing championship. This was their fourth straight triumph and it appears that the Betas are not to be threatened by the less snow minded fraternities. This winter ' s skiing was on a more limited basis, but, the interest and competition ■was as keen as usual. The spring track meet was won by Sigma Alpha Epsilon paced by Jim Fuller who captured first in both hurdles and the shot put and second in javelin. Fast times were also turned in by Delt Dick Winters in the quarter, and S.A.E. Chuck Handley in the century. 197 Finish of the 100 yard dash WOMEN S INTRAMURALS Keep your eye on the ball KKG Sue Anderson, Horse Shoe Champ This year, more than ever before sports and physical fitness have played a vitally important part in the lives of university women. An increasing inter- est has been displayed in all intramural sports by sorority and independent groups alike. Good teamwork and keen competition have characterized all of the years ' tournaments. Most prominent of fall quarter sports was volleyball, with more than fifteen teams entered in the competition. The Delta Gammas won through to the championship, nosing out Kappa Alpha Theta in the final game by the narrow margin of 35-33. Starring for the win- ning D. G. ' s were Jane Bein, Louise Reed, Virginia Jolley, and Elaine Blom- gren, while in there fighting for the Thetas were Pat Shanley, Myra Smith and Ann Coulter. Ann was later chosen captain of the All-Intramural Volleyball Team. Barbara Schomberg and Ruth Still- son, Alpha Phi entries in the badminton doubles tournament came out on top by defeating Delta Gamma representa- tives Marjorie Erickson and Shirley Chartier in the last game. Again Delta Gamma shone in the swimming matches where they tied with Chi Omega for top honors. Outstand- ing were Betty Wise, Betty Whiteley, Gertrude Hockbaum, Bette Belle Smith and Marcia Wood. 108 D. G. ' s return a high one Betty Wise, an all round athlete Top honors in the horseshoe tournament were taken by Sue Anderson and Mary Ellen Winn, playing for Kappa Kappa Gamma. They won the title by defeating Chi Omegas Betty Oliver and Cynthia Carr. In charge of the swimming tourney was Priscilla Smith, President of Porpoise and Mary Lou Barker di- rected the volleyball matches. Again basketball proved its reputation as most popu- lar of sports by being the winter quarter favorite. The championship game turned out to be a nerve-racking affair with the winner anybody ' s choice as Delta Delta Delta led Delta Gamma for the first three quarters only to be beaten by the D. G. ' s 21-19 in the closing moments of the final period. Starring for the winners were Betty Wise, Betty Whiteley, Louise Reed, and Polly Lockwood. Their chief competition came from Tri-Delt freshmen Barbara Porter and Frances Riggs. In charge of basket- ball this year was Betty Cameron. Myra Smith and Jeanne Miesse 199 Delta Gamma Volleyball Champs Betty Anne Griem, Pi Phi Goll winner Whcrt! A picture without Eli? Ping Pong, always a popular sport, proved itself an even greater favorite than before. When the final match had been played Delta Gamma had another winner in Betty Lee Greenawalt who defeated Marcia Strong, Harding Hall entry, in a close battle. Concluding winter quarter event was the badminton singles tourney in which Marjorie Campbell, Harding Hall, won her title match from Coralie Dudley. Archery, tennis, baseball, and golf came into their own with the advent of spring. The competitive spirit reigned high, and everyone was interested in some form of athletics. Besides the many games played just for the love of the sport, intramurals proved as popular as usual. One of the most ardent tournaments in archery was played by the Women ' s Gym. It took many matches and close calling before the Scampers finally won the championship. m 1 i .. 200 • : mr i Strike! Shirley Booth, iemale Howard Hill Baseball was greeted with a great deal of sideline cheering. Up until the very last game the championship was in question. Then one sunny alternoon the Col- legiates lelt second place to the Scampers by defeating them by a score of 11-5. Tennis doubles also came in for their share of popu- larity. First place was taken by the Kappa team, com- posed of Jane Dyde and Edith Ireland. They were the victors over Pi Phi ' s Laura Naugle and Virginia Brodt. Golf requires skill and practice over a long period of time. For this reason there are usually fewer competitors than in the other sports. By the same reasoning, the players are usually better trained. One of Colorado ' s outstanding woman players finally won the champion- ship title from Theta, Barbara McCormack. Winner of the 1942 golf tournament was Betty Ann Greim. Pi Phi. On Your Mark, Get Set, — She got the bird 201 Hmm! Nice form c ife at C-. Ul. Hell week, dread of all freshmen until they have been through it, caused a mild controversy and several serious effects. University officials called the escapades high schoolish. Pi Kaps and Phi Taus defied warn- ings and dressed pledges in outlandish costumes. Dr. Gus ordered these offenders from his classes and Sig Alphs thanked their lucky stars that they had made pledges wear suits. Sororities gave their all in a huge bond drive and various drives for Russia, China, pursuit planes and other causes. Too often these cam- paigns failed to meet their quotas. Campus honoraries of which there are approximately nine-hundred- and-ninety-nine, decided to pledge early. B. M. O. C. ' s and B. W. O. C. ' s turned on the charm hoping for bids. Too few found out how little the campus really knows or cares about them. Some honoraries are based on grades, others on activities. Politics rules all but the very highest and this year Spur pledging caused a great deal of talk about unfairness. Social highlight of the year was the Engine Ball. Milton Shrednick rather than Claude Thornhill wielded the baton, but couples had a good time and were glad that the War hadn ' t banned corsages completely. •£»•£ is 18 a.-. Home of the Woman ' s Club J03 There ' s nothing like a good ol ' steak, eh Lonnie? M « ' - ♦Vie e ' n -°t atreo ot novo " ° ' °1 v students. Normals ■ " a2s and Planned -r ' c " d-v- ,..ord.heendt ,.EWS ,, ed ibe i a - ,onnn- ooetaUon. 1° „=eTvesv eTe " ;j;t2 r MOV v ere- To go up ' otnedo ' n■ 1 20I ' _-,;.. " .. ; .- t . " A ' f . " f - » i i ' ■ K " iHi ,iM A 1 ■■ Foodistoodto CutlY and Shirley _D. G. sno " ns Fussy inline tor hetov. ,„ ski the painless Learning »« ' way 205 r m. ijH. e CL Delts applying their domestic science Eric accompanies the boys Tantalizing wait at the Co-op Engineers and professors enjoy the applefest Morgey, COLORADAN photographer, knocks oil lor a date J Even their own Mothers won ' t know them The " Sink " heiress That demoralizing influence Jane pays the check Shoot two — one muddy! 207 ■ «2. ? ' WWchonedidYOU ' Barbs ' ith.leanf teadance Zinny .Bmwp " - ' " " SandO l ' - ' ' ' " " 209 :i 4 cJLiPe at L. 67. COLORADAN ' S eager beavers Two-way stretch It floats Bud Wilkinson — radio handyman " Math Prof " by Lenz Pat Sweet — twice queen of the Engineers Strictly Solid, no squctre dancing here Bosworth and Hardin — horning in, Don? Engineers can be sedate 211 oLite at L . U. Delts keeping up the morale oi the inner man Jo — she made us cheer Judy Hilliker — sleepytime gal Melody in their souls Pringle gives a preview k m ' ■ ■ ' ' ' « i ' t - Hawley and Buckaroo A touching pastoral scene Beauties and the beast Equestrians sans quadrille 214 Miss Lyda keeps the Freshmen in line Tommy Tucker, the dorm ' s old faithful The lady with all the answers. Miss Smer- check Mr. Hill ought to be a billionaire by now He studies Konji too ORGANIZATIONS When I first came to the campus, they told me that the best v ay to make friends and to have fun was to belong, and so I joined — everything in sight. It wasn ' t long before I discovered that 1, being no Houdini, just couldn ' t manage to attend five or six meetings at the same time, so I narrowed the field to no more than a dozen clubs. I soon discovered that being a member didn ' t mean just signing my name on the attendance sheet; in fact, the time required to do some of the behind-the-scenes work cut in on my sixteen hours of sleep per diem. Also, part of that contributing to my reputation as a B. M. O. C. were the honorary pins dangling from my shaggy hide. 215 ALPHA CHI SIGMA HONORARY CHEMICAL Front row Hallett, Pohlenz, Bradley. Vick Roy Second row — Bickford. Coon. Vergilio. Bowman, Brown, Mains Back row — Closer, Dawson, Radlofl, Ohler, Anderson OFFICERS JACK POHLENZ TOM VICK ROY WILLIAM BRADLEY WILLIAM HALLETT President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS T. REID ANDERSON I. MORTON BICKFORD WILLIAM BLALOCK DEXTER BOWMAN WILLIAM W. BRADLEY ALAN BROWN LESLIE BURRIS JOHN CLADIS ALAN COBURN MINOR COON RICHARD DAWSON REX ELLINGTON GEORGE I. FORMAN GEORGE GLASER WILLIAM HALLETT STANLEY HAMMOND ROBERT HAWLEY ROBERT HOLMAN GEORGE JOHNSTON MICHAEL LOMBARDI CHARLES MAINS LLOYD NORMAN GEORGE OHLER ALLEN PATTEN JACK POHLENZ EMERSON RADLOFF RICHARD STWALLEY ROBERT VAN SCOY JOSEPH VERGILIO THOMAS VICK ROY ROBERT WHELAN JOHN WILLIAMS 216 ALPHA EPSILON DELTA PRE-MEDICAL HONORARY Front row — Cozzetto, Zeiger, Chernofl, Criswell, Miller Second row — Blicksenderfer, Dixon, Harvey, Lovelace, Protor, Talcolt Third row — Gomez, Felfman, Hitt, Peery, Wise Fourth row — Whitaker, Miller, Owens, Johnson. Abrums, Strieker Back row — Parker, Crobb, Barber, Bates, Nagel OFFICERS JAMES BARBER President DON PARKER Vice-President HOWARD KELSALL Secretary DAVID BATES Treasurer ROBERT MERTZ Historian DR. NORMAN F. WITT Faculty Advisor MEMBERS JOHN ABRUMS JAMES BARBER DAVID BATES ELIZABETH BLICKSENDERFER DEBI LEE CHERNOFF FRANK COZZETTO ANNE CRISWELL MARY CURRIGAN LOLA DIXON MORRIS FELFMAN MANUEL GOMEZ ELLIOTT HARRIS MARY ALICE HITT BETTY RAE HARVEY ROBERT JOHNSON CHARLES H. KELSALL HERBERT KENNISON CHARLES LEFF JEROME LEITNER ANNIE MAY LOVELACE BETTY JEAN MILLER JOE MILLER ROBERT MERTZ LESTER NAGEL JEAN NIELSON KENNETH OWENS DON PARKER DOROTHY PEERY ROBERT PHILLIPS WESTON REYNOLDS MITCHELL RIDER SCOTTY ROBERTSON SAM SATO FRED STRICKER VIRGINIA TALCOTT ROBERT TIPTON JOSEPH TYOR WILLIAM WEIDMAN JACK WHITAKER SARAH WISE MARJORIE ZEIGER 217 AMERICAN INSTITUTE of ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS Front row— Fyler. de Beque, Watson, Roukema. Kearney. Baroch. Solen. Shellon, Slroh. Prof. Palmer. Prol. DuVall Second row — Venditti, Elich. Kern, Harvey. Lee. Kekauoha. Eichelberger, Trego. Norton. Spaulding Third row — Rockwell. Utlaul. Kejr. Hanna. Wich, Kobell. BristoU Last row — Scoll, Ruck. Sweet. Pielenpol OFFICERS CARL SPAULDING President ROBERT ISAAK . Vice-President WALTER STROH ._ ..Secretary WILLIAM PIETENPOL Trensi]rer PROF. H. B. PALMER ...Faculty Sponsor MEMBERS PAUL ANNA WILLIAM J. PIETENPOL ALBERT BRADT LLOYD ROOSA GEORGE BAROCH RALPH ROUKEMA WALLACE de BEQUE DAVID RUSK NORRIS ECHTERNACH7 DONALD SCOTT WILLIAM EICHELBERGER CARL P. SPAULDING NORMAN FYLER EARL SHELTON lAMES H. HARVEY IRVING A. SOFEN ROBERT D. ISAAK WALTER STROH lACK KABELL PAT J. SWEET lOSEPH KEARNEY WARREN TILTON GEORGE KEKAUOHA DOUGLAS TREGO BEN KEJR lOHN TWOMBLY RICHARD KERN WILLIAM UTLAUT PAUL LEECH REX WALKER HAROLD LEE HAROLD WATSON RICHARD E. McCOSH JAMES WILSON I 218 ALPHA PHI OMEGA HONORARY SERVICE FRATERNITY Front row — Wailes, Echternacht, Cummings, Drake, Lenz Second row — Waddell. Lloyd. Nagel, Mr. Johnson. Fry Back row — Donsky, Heckendorn, Simonson, Drake OFFICERS JOHN L. WAILES - President FRED DRAKE Vice-President GERALD CUMMINGS Secretary CLAUDE WADDELL Treasurer CHARLES BITTER _ - - s LT. V. O. LONG (Faculty 1 bponsors ERIC RACKHAM_ ' MEMBERS ROBERT BURLINGAME KENNETH LLOYD HAROLD CASE CHARLES POLLOCK GERALD CUMMINGS KENNETH SIMONSON BEN DONSKY BART STALLIVIERE FRED DRAKE JO. A. THOMAS-HAZELL, JR. NORRIS ECHTERNACHT RALEIGH VINCENT HARRY FRY CLAUDE WADDELL JACK HECKENDORN JOHN WAILES IRVIN LENZ 219 AMERICAN SOCIETY of CIVIL ENGINEERS OFFICERS WALTER COLWELL DAVID FLEMING EMMA FRANCES BOWEN. GORDON POTTER L. B. SUTHERLAND President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary Faculty Sponsor MEMBERS f AMERICAN SOCIETYOF CIVIL lENCINEFRS Wounded EWALT ANDERSON WALTER APPEL HENRY BABCOCK FRANCES BOWEN HOWARD BUNGER HAROLD CASE RALPH CLARK WALTON COLWELL JOHN COMBS WILLIAM CURTIS JACQUES CURWEN KEITH DEVER WILLIAM ERICKSON THOMAS FARABEE CHARLES FAUBER EDWARD FIKANY DAVID FLEMING LYMAN FLOOK EDMUND FORD HARRY FRY PHIL GIBBS EDWARD HAASE JOHN HARDY HUGBARD HIGHT GEORGE HOOD WILLIAM HUBERT LEROY JACOX WILLIAM JEHLE CLAUDE KLEMME EARL LAKE WILLIAM LIGHT SHELLY McMILLIN ROSS MILLER GORDON POTTER FRANK VINYARD HUGO WAGNER :20 AMERICAN SOCIETY of MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Front row — Gerhardt, Stalnaker, Hotz, Hilmes, Harlman. White, Speer, Cox Second row — Gary, Drake, Klunker, Anderson, Krill. Meden, Burtt, Severns Back row — Esgar, Dean, Denham, Wilson, Drexel, Voils, Durham, Anderson, Dowling OFFICERS CHARLES DREXEL .._ President ARTHUR KRILL _ Vice-President JAMES WHITE Secretary IVAN SPEER Treasurer MEMBERS CHARLES ALBERICO DUANE F. ANDERSON ROBERT C. ANDERSON WILLIAM ERNEST BARBOUR IVAN BAXTER JACK R. BURTT JOHN R. GARY JOHN R. CHASSELL VICTOR LEE COFFEY JAMES B. COLT W. S. COX JAMES ROLLIN CUNKEY PAUL DEAN, JR. ROY DENHAM JIM DOWLING CHARLES F. DREXEL STERLING DUNBAR FRANKLIN P. DURHAM WILLIAM DYRENFORTH HOWARD HARTMAN EASTIN ROBERT B. ECKEL JACK B. ESGAR JACK C. EWALD RAYMOND FIELDS J. H. GERBER BURRELL GERHARDT ARTIE LEE HARTMAN WILLIAM C. HILMES LEO F. HOTZ CLAIN H. IRENSON LOYAL WALLACE KING E. BERMAND KLUNKER ARTHUR M. KRILL RICHARD L. LIMES FLOYD L. McFARLING LOUIS R. MEDEN EUGENE L. NOOKER WILLIAM PAUL FRANCIS E. RAGLIN STANLEY J. SALYARDS DALE SEVERNS IVAN SPEER THOMAS STALNAKER RICHMOND VOILS JAMES WHITE J. G. WILSON 221 BETA ALPHA PSI HONORARY ACCOUNTING Front row — Finch, Morris, Raile, His, Jones Second row — Peterson, Bonacci, Moreland, Elzi Back row — Foote. KenL Plusc OFFICERS HOWARD L. MORRIS President DAVID RIS Vice-President JOHN E. MORELAND, Secretary-Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS G. G. FULLERTON H. W. KENDRICK H. L. MORRIS E. PETERSEN MEMBERS LEO G. BONACCI GEORGE O. ELZI ROBERT FINCH KENNETH FOOTE RALPH lONES HERBERT KENT JOHN MORELAND HOWARD MORRIS ROBERT PEACHEY CARL PETERSON JULIUS PLUSS JOHN RAIFE DAVID RIS •£•£•£ THE CAMPUS CLUB From row — Berardi. Berardi. Kyser, Enbohm, Eastin, Trainor, Carlson Second row — Rudolph, Lynch, Nickols, Mundell, Hoskins, Anderson, Becker Back row — Thomson, Talcolt, Zeiger. Thoman, Johnson, Carlson OFFICERS BETH CARLSON . _ . ._ Manager KEENE NICKOLS Ass ' t. Manager JOYCE BERARDI - Secretary JEAN THOMSON . .._ Social Chairman MISS ALBERTA KYSER Housemother DEAN EDWARD C. KING .Faculty Sponsor MFMBFRS ROSEMARY AGEE VIRGINIA ANDERSON LUCILLE BECKER JEAN BERARDI JOYCE BERARDI BETH CARLSON DORIS CARLSON LUCILE CARLSON IRENE EASTIN MARY ENBOHM PHYLLIS HOSKINS GRACE JOHNSON PAT LYNCH JANE MUNDELL KEENE NICKOLS ROCHELLE RUDOLPH VIRGINIA TALCOTT CLARA THOMAN MARGARET TRAINOR MARJORIE ZEIGER 223 CHI EPSILON NATIONAL HONORARY Cl IL AND ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING FRATERNITY Froni row — Hight, Erickson, Bowen, Klemme, Jacox Back row — Fry, Fleming, Potter, Curtis OFFICERS DAVID E. FLEMING President DONALD E. HARTOUIST Vice-President G. WILLIAM CURTIS Secretary GORDON POTTER Treasurer HARRY ELTON FRY Editor of the Transit PROF. C. L ECKEL Faculty Adviser FACULTY MEMBERS L. B. SUTHERLAND WADE L. MENOHER WARREN RAEDER W. H. THOMAN RODERICK DOWNING A. J. McNAIR MEMBERS EMMA FRANCES BOWEN HUGBARD HIGHT G. WILLIAM CURTIS LEROY JACOX WILLIAM ERICKSON CLAUDE KLEMME DAVID FLEMING GORDON POTTER HARRY ELTON FRY I J •Z-£i COSMO CLUB Front row — Niskikawa, Murata, Masunaga, Brown, Kitagawa, Hazell, Carter Second row — Fleming, Boatright, Carlson, Fonda, Mrs. Dobbins. Noguchi, Tomita, Oda, Stephens, Wilkerson, Osborn Third row — Bennett, VanDuzee, Trainor, Lovelace, King, Hale, Wiesman, Sonde, Clinton, Dobbins, Gofi, Brown, Leeper Back row — Simonds. Harvey, Herz, Gray, Singh. Groves, Hause, Sera, Gross OFFICERS ERIC BONDE President TROODA ODA Vice-President JEAN STEPHENS Recording Secretary JOHNNY MASUNAGA Treasurer SPONSORS MR. AND MRS. GEORGE DOBBINS MISS MABLE VAN DUZEE MISS THERESE STENGEL CORANELLE BARRETT ERIK BONDE MELVIN BREETWOR BETH CARLSON TAKENORI CHIKUAMI JOSEPH CHINN JOSEF FULTON DICK GRAY ROBERT GRAY TOM GROSS HARRY GROVES DOLORES HALE WERNER HERZ EVELYN IRISH AGATHA BROWN BETTY BOATRIGHT ZOLMAN BROWN EVERETT CARTER MARJORIE CLINTON CORALIE DUDLEY ELEANOR FLEMING JULIA FONDA BETTY GOFF MEMBERS WILBURT JAMISON TAMI KASUGE BETTY JANE LESLIE ANNIE MAY LOVELACE BARBARA McKAY JOHN MASUNAGA KENNETH MUNDT HIDEO MURATA SARA NAKAGAWA BARBARA NELSON KISA NOGUCHI TROODA ODA VIVIAN ORME JEANNE OSBORN PLEDGES BETTY RAY HARVEY NORMAN HAUSE JULIA ISRAEL MAROA KING GEORGE KITAGAWA KAYA KITAGAWA HARRY KURACHI DEAN LEEPER DICK MOMII ZIPPORAH PARKS TOSHIYE SERO MARGARET SIMONDS MAN MOHAN SINGH JEAN STEPHENS EMMA TAGLIENTE CLARA THOMAN MARGARET TRAINOR ELIZABETH WHETSEL JANET WHETSEL MARY LU WILKERSON HARRY WRIGHT n BOB YAW MARY LOUISE YEAGER JOSE MORENO TOM NAKANO GEORGE NISHIKAWA TOM SERA MARY TAGUCHI ALMA THORNTON FUMI TOMTTA EIICHI TSUKIJI ROSE WIESMAN 225 DELTA PHI DELTA HONORARY ART Front row — Sibell. Hale, Folsom, Peabody Back row — Becker, Joggers, Hodge, Zeigler OFFICERS LUCILLE BECKER President GERALD HODGE Vice-President JEAN ZEIGLER . Secretary VIRGINIA JAGGERS Treasurer ANNE FERRIL FOLSOM Historian FACULTY MFMBERS JAMES BOYLE DOROTHY EISENBACH FRANCIS J. GECK MURIEL V, SIBELL C. F. TRUCKSESS MEMBERS LUCILLE BECKER ANNE FERRIL FOLSOM DOLORES HALE GERALD HODGE VIRGINIA JAGGERS KISA NOGUCHI KATHRYN PEABODY JEAN ZEIGLER 226 DELTA SIGMA PI HONORARY AND PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS Front row — Raife, Tripp, Schade, Finch, Staley Back row — Rudolph, Foote. Moreland, Shattock. McCracken, Peachy OFFICERS GEORGE W. SCHADE President LARRY SELF __ Vice-President JOHN MORELAND _ Treasurer DEAN ELMORE PETERSEN Sponsor FACULTY MEMBERS L. V. ASPINWALL H. W. KENDRICK EDISON H. CRAMER HERBERT L. MORRIS WALTER B. FRANKLIN FRED R. NIEHAUS G. G. FULLERTON ROBERT S. WASLEY MEMBERS RICHARD BROWN ROBERT PEACHY ROBERT DEE HARRY PERRY JACK EMERY JOHN RAIFE ROBERT FINCH ROWE RUDOLPH KENNETH FOOTE GEORGE SCHADE ROBERT HEPPES LARRY SELF RALPH JONES BUD SHATTUCK WILLIAM LECAR JAMES STALEY MIKE LENZINI LEONARD TRIPP RICHARD MacCRACKEN ROBERT VINING JOHN MORELAND 227 DIALECTICA WOMEN ' S DEBATE Front row— Logan, Detweiler, Hopiinger Second row— Wiesman, Cohan Third row — Foster, Castle, Nelson, Krocha Back row — MargoUs, Rosenberg OFFICERS ADELE HOPFINGER President ELEANOR COHAN Secretary MARIORIE LAMBERT Chairman of Planning Committee VIRGINIA ANDERSON Scrapbook Chairman MR. AND MRS. RICHARD MURPHY Faculty Advisers ACTIVES VIRGINIA ANDERSON POLLY ANN CASTLE ELEANOR COHAN JOAN FOSTER GLORIA GRUND JEAN HARBERT ADELE HOPFINGER FRANCES KRACHA CYNTHIA LOGAN BERNICE MARGOLIS BETTY NEIMAN BARBARA NELSON ADREA ROBBINS ROSENBERG JACQUELINE ZEUCH PLEDGES MARGARET DETWEILER MARJORIE LAMBERT ROSE WIESMAN MARJORIE SALTER CAROLYN MURRAY JEAN DOUGHTY NOVELLA VAUGHAN 228 EQUESTRIAN CLUB Front row — Washlob, Johnson. Stratton, Wright, Bamett, Heller Second row — Mann, Friedman, Frankel, Millar, Pratt Third row — Furrobeck, Garlough, Connelly, Linger, Allen, Patrick, Blonkenship Back row — Dilts, Hawley, Jacobson, Bunten, Cohan, Rigg OFFICERS JEANETE WRIGHT Master-President BOB HAWLEY Master Bugler-Vice-President FRED DILTS Bugler-Secretary JEAN STRATTON Keeper of Hounds-Treasurer BUD SHATTUCK Hunter-Publicity Manager JANE JOHNSON General Manager MARJORIE ALLEN BOBBY BARNETT BOB BELL DONN BENNETT LOIS BLANKENSHIP nu BOWLES JOHNNY BUNTEN BOB CHALAIRE BUD COBURN MAXINE CONNELLY JOHN CRAMER GEORGE CROSS FLORENCE DeBACKER FRED DILTS DINNY DOYLE JOAN DRINKWATER DICK ECKLES BETTY FENTON LORRAINE FORISTER MEMBERS VIRGINIA FORISTER PEGGY FRANKEL LESLIE FRIEDMAN RITA FRITZ SARALIE FURBECK JANET GARLOUGH JOE GILLEN BOB HAWLEY FERN HELLER JO HUMES WARREN JACOBSON EUGENIA JOHNS JANE JOHNSON TOM JONES BETTY LINGER PAT LUSBY MARY LOU MANN TOM MARSH MARTHA McMillan LOIS MILLAR DELIA NITTEBERG PATSY PATRICK BARBARA PATTERSON ELAINE PRATT PAULA PRATT JEANNE RATHFON JAMES RICE BUD SHATTUCK TONI SINNETT JUNE SPARKE JEAN STRATTON BETTY TOMLINSON LYDIA TUKEY PAT VAN ARSDALE LOU ELLA WASHLOB HELENE WATTS MEDORA WILSON JEANETTE WRIGHT 229 ETA KAPPA NU NATIONAL ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING HONORARY FRATERNITY Front row — Bradt, Tillon, Trego, Kearney, Baroch, Roukema Second row — Stoit, Otlaut. Shellon, Harvey. Eichelberger, Fyler Back row — Norton, McKeever, Wich, Kern, Pietenpol, Isaak, McKeever OFFICERS EARL SHELTON . President ROBERT ISAAK Vice-President WALTER STROH Treasurer HAROLD WICH Corresponding Secretary HOWARD HARVEY Recording Secretary WILLIAM PIETENPOL Bridge Editor PROFESSOR C. M. McCORMICK _ Faculty Adviser FACULTY MEMBERS DEAN H. S. EVANS PROF. H. B. PALMER PROF. W. C. DuVALL PROF. J. M. CAGE PROF. F. A. EASTOM LT. V. O. LONG PROF. C. M. McCORMICK MR. LEROY HOLUBAR MEMBERS GEORGE BAROCH HAROLD McKEEVER ALBERT BRADT MAHLON NORTON EVERETT BRISTOLL WILLIAM PIETENPOL WILLIAM EICHELBERGER RALPH ROUKEMA NORMAN FYLER EARL SHELTON WILLIAM HANNA PHILIP SPAULDING HOWARD HARVEY PAUL STOFT R OBERT ISAAK WALTER STROH JOSEPH KEARNEY WARREN TILTON GEORGE KEKAUOHA DOUGLAS TREGO ROBERT KERN WILLIAM UTLAUT CHARLES McKEEVER HAROLD WICH 2:10 HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Front row — Miller, Gray. Dergance, Stephens, Malernee Second row — Beardsley, Scott, Dixon, Devalon, McCaw, Furbeck, Jessup Third row — Idler, Skeen, Perry, Quine, Cochran, Bigger, Sansom Back row — Coleman, Osbom, Maddock. Oldland OFFICERS ESTHER DEVALON - President FANNIE RUTHERFORD Vice-President MARY LOUISE LEWIS Secretary JEANNE OSBORN - - Treasurer CAROL KRIER Social Chairman ANNA WILLIAMS Faculty Advisor MEMBERS RUTH BEARDSLEY ELEANOR CALDWELL DOROTHY COCHRAN VERDA COLEMAN GENEVIEVE DERGANCE ESTHER DEVALON JEAN DIXON HELEN FUNK SARALIE FURBECK SHIRLEY GRAY DOROTHY LARSEN LORRAINE LITTLER MURIEL MADDOCK JEAN MALERNEE LILA MAY MARTIN BETTY McCAW JANE McGILLIVRAY NANCY MEYER HELEN MEYERS HARRIET MILLER MARILYN OLDLAND JEANNE OSBORN ALBERTA PARRY EDITH OUINE JANE REEDER MARY JANE RICHIE FANNIE RUTHERFORD ELIZABETH SANSOM DOROTHY SCOTT GENEVIEVE SKEEN JOANNE STEPHENS MARY EVELYN WILLIAMS 231 IOTA SIGMA PI HONORARY CHEMICAL FOR WOMEN mJ Front row — Clark, Mrs. Williams. Simon. Malernee. Beardsley Back row — Jewell. Barker, Harvey, Rulheriord OFFICERS AILEEN JEWELL ; President NEDRA ANDERSON Vice-President CATHERINE SIMON Secretary DOROTHY PALMER Treasurer 1 FACULTY HAZEL FEHLMANN EDNA JOHNSON IDA SWAYNE ANNA WILLIAMS MEMBERS NEDRA ANDERSON MARY LOU BARKER MARIA JANE CLARK BETTY RAE HARVEY AILEEN JEWELL JEAN McCAULEY JONES MARGARET KELSALL MARJORIE MUBERRY JEAN MALERNEE MARILYN OLDLAND DOROTHY PALMER FANNY RUTHERFORD CATHERINE SIMON CATHERINE STEWART 232 KAPPA PHI METHODIST WOMEN Front row — Law, Pelheram, Clark, Eyerly, Bennett, Treasure. Oliver Second row — McCormick, Martin, Olsen, Herring, Harris, Mrs. Lang Third row — Hassenger, Delaney, liord Fourth row — Bowen, Shimpfky, Quine, Marsh. Crary Filth row — Montgomery, Bevington, Yager. Tomlin, Kirley Back row — Hinman, Clement, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Reed. McDonald, Wheeler, Copley OFFICERS YVONNE COPLEY President MARY JANE CLARK Vice-President MARIELLA HINMAN Secretary FRANCES IFORD Treasurer MRS. ALBERT WILSON Sponsor BETTY BENNETT CLOVER CLARK YVONNE COPLEY JOAN CRARY lEANNETTE EYERLY SHIRLEY GRAY ACTIVES MILDRED HARRIS JEAN HASSENGER JACQUELINE HERRING MARIELLA HINMAN FRANCES IFORD JEANNETTE KEETON MARJORIE McCORMICK BETTY McDONALD MARY SHAW DOROTHY SHIMPFKY MARCIA STRONG BETTY LEE BEVINGTON FRANCES BOVl EN MARY CLEMENT MARY EDITH DELANEY MARGARET DOUGHTY MARY EDITH DREXEL EDITH DUNHAM IDABEL HAYMAN KAY KELL PLEDGES PAYNE KIRLEY RUTH LAW DORIS MARSH PAT MARTIN JO MONTGOMERY MARY GENE NEAL BETTY OLIVER JEANNE OLIVER MYRTLE PETHERAM EDITH OUINE ELIZABETH SANSOM GRACE TAKAKI ANNABELLE TOMLIN BILLIE MARIE TREASURE MABEL WHEELER MARTHA WOMMER ARA YAGER 233 Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps SOPHOMORE p. E. ANDERSON P. H. BARNES L. W. BEATTIE R. D. BERGMAN D. W. BLOOMOUIST E. C. BRISTOL BARDWEU. BROWN B. B. BROWN D. BURLINGAME J. R. CHASSELL F. I. CHEPELENKO S. C. COOKE F. G. CXX)LEY W. M. CORLISS R. K. DAILEY W. T. DOAR L. E. EAGAN G. B. FINK K. H. FOOTE I. O. HAMMOND L. I. HART R. A. HAYS W. R. HENSON H. I. HERDER I. M. HILB W. C. HORTHER F. HOWELLS L. S. JOHNSON J. KABELL K. F. KISTLER C. R. KLINGLER P. W. KOCONTES FRESHMEN A. I. ANDERSON L. A. DYKSTRA W. L. ASENIERO R. D. EDDINGTON H. R. BAKEWELL D. V. EDWARDS I. J. BALKENBUSH R. M. ELLITHORPE R. S. BARKER I. S. FABLING H. V. BASHOR E. J. FIKANY F. K. BECKER H. P. FLAKNERY R. P. BENNfl-l ' F. L. FOWLER R. M. EERGESON D. M. FRAZIER A. S. BOSS H. J. FREDERIC H. R. BOWES A. A. FRICKE H. F. BRADY H. GODDARD E. A. BRANDHORST R. A. HACKSTAFF H. R. BROCK D. A. HAFLING D. A. CAMPBELL R. O. HART P. W. CARLIN A. L. HILL F. W. CARLISLE J. D. HILL G. W. CONREY H. L. HILL G. W. CORNER G. S. HILTON H. H. COSTON R. S. HINES R. D. CUNNINGHAM P. HONDIUS G. G. DALBY H. A. HOY K. DOWNEY W. A. JOHNSON W. A. DREIER S. KAPLAN P. S. DU PONT D. D. KING A. M. DUTHIE CLASS of 1945 Commander Hoover OFFICERS Captain F. H. Roberts, U.S.N, Commandant Commander G. B. Hoover, U,S.N. Executive Officer Lieutenant Commander H. D. Goldy, U.S.N.. Asst. Professor Lieutenant Commander E. J. Foster, U.S.N. Asst. Professor Lieutenant V. O. Lon, U.S,N. Asst. Professor Lieutenant (j.g.) E. P. Mills, U,S.N. Asst. Professor J. B. Busch, Chief Quartermaster, U.S.N. R. W. Webb, Chief Gunners Mate, U.S.N. F. W. KOHLER R. F. LINSTEDT H. E. LEWIS L. S. LOFFSWOLD R. L. LOGAN K. E. LOYD F. D. MAYHOFFER A. M. McCARTY R. E. McCOSH H. J. McKEEVER J. D. MURPHY J. R. NEWELL C. W. O ' NEAL E, E. O ' NEAL D. P. PALERMO J. B. PATTERSON G. A. PILLMORE I. C. OUIMBY R. ROCKWELL T. J. ROONEY S. ROSENSTOCK D. W. SCHMITT J. E. STONG R. G. STOVALL J. R. STRYKER J. B. STUDEBAKER C. W. WAYMAN R. L. WEIL G. R. WOODS K. C. WOODS O. H. WORRELL W. M. WRIGHT CLASS of 1946 C. A. LATCHAM I. W. LINDER T. I. MAHON R. R. McARTHUR R. K. MILLER F. H. MORISON G. D. MORSE K. K. NELSON A. G. NICOLL H. H. NICHOLS M. NODTVEDT W. R. PATTY C. E. PERKIN T. A. PETERSON H. F. PHELPS C. D. RANDLEMAN M. RECHNITZ J. S. ROOK N. L. ROUP K. D. RUSSELL L. S. SACHTER C. W. SCHOBINGER A. P. SHERMACK M W. SMILEY J. E. STERLING J. E. STINTON D. D. STONG J. R. THORNDYKE A. L. TRUITT A. J. ULLRICH R. C. ULLRICH R. VENUTl R. I. VERNER A. I. von EGIDY B. A. V ALLACE T. F. WARSHAUER J. B. WATSON J. M. WEST H. B. WILLIAMS K. D. WILLIAMS B. C. WIDMER H. A. WINTER H. B. WOLFF G. A. WOODHILL J. E. WOODWORTH R. C. ZIMMERMAN I. E. BRIDGES W. G. MOHR R. K. ROHWER R. S. SC01T, JR. :::ti OAR and CHAIN SENIOR MENS HONORARY Front row — Shelton. Turner, Trevithick, Burris, Karsh Second row — Donsky, Drake, Shulz, Robertson, Erickson, Bloomquist Third row — Mundt, Fleming, Appel, Coon, Isaak, Jackson Back row — Burke. Clark. Drexel. Potter, Carver OFFICERS DAVID FLEMING President WALTER APPEL Vice-President PAUL CLARK Secretary JOHN TREVITHICK Treasurer LEE W. (JACK) SCHULZ Sergeant at Arms M WALTER APPEL CHARLES BLOOMQUIST BEVERLY BURKE LESLIE BURRIS HAROLD CARVER PAUL CLARK MINOR COON FRED DRAKE CHARLES DREXEL BEN DONSKY BILL ERICKSON DAVID FLEMING ROBERT ISAAK EMBERS RICHARD JACKSON FRANK KARSH JOHN LIGHTBURN KENNETH MUNDT GORDON POTTER DAVID RIS PHILIP ROBERTSON LEE W. (JACK) SCHULZ EARL SHELTON CARL SPAULDING JIMMIE TAGUCHI JOHN TREVITHICK ROBERT TURNER LEO WAGNER 235 PHI DELTA CHI Honorary Pharmaceutical and Chemical Fraternity Front row Robertson, Brinker, Kennison, Bloomquis! Second row — Parker, Abrums, Biles, Christensen Back row — Whitaker, Rider, Mertz, O ' Day, Dewey OFFICERS CHARLES BLOOMQUIST President HERBERT KENNISON Vice-President JACK WHITAKER Secretary DON PARKER Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS CHARLES BITTER BARTLETT DEWEY FRED DRUMMOND DR. R. G. GUSTAVSON DAVID W. O ' DAY DOCTOR POE MARTIN SCHMIDT JOSEPH SPRAWLS ALVIN VOIGHT NORMAN WITT pZ TT MEMBERS JOHN ABRUMS JOHN BILES CHARLES BLOOMOUIST MORRISON BRINKER EDWARD CHRISTENSEN HERBERT KENNISON BOB MERTZ DONALD PARKER MITCHELL RIDER CHARLES ROBERTSON MARION SHARRAH FRED STRICKER JACK WHITAKER 2»« PHI EPSILON PHI MEN ' S PEP ORGANIZATION Front row — Johnson, Troy, Kistler, Gunlher, Prechtel Second row — Bickford, Pacheco, Slrobel. Anderson Third row — Cozzetto, Dunbar, Child. Smith, Look, Barr, Bobrick, Gomez Back row — Fink, Patterson, Brown, Abrums, Strieker, Talcott, Cladis, Oxford OFFICERS KIRBY KISTLER President DON GUNTHER Vice-President ARTHUR PACHECO Secretary EUGENE WATKINS Treasurer ERIC RACKHAM Faculty Sponsor MEMBERS JOHN ABRUMS CHARLES HUTCHINSON JERRY ANDERSON HERB JOHNSON JIM BARBER CLARK KISTLER DICK BARR KIRBY KISTLER MORT BICKFORD DICK OXFORD FRANK BOBRICK ART PACHECO MEL BREETWOR LeROY PATTERSON BARDWELL BROWN WILLIAM PRECHTEL BOB CHILD RALPH REED JOHN CLADIS BEN ROBINSON SHELBY COOKE NORMAN SHULTZ FRANK COZZETTO JERRY STAHMER STERLING DUNBAR FRED STRICKER GEORGE FINK WILLARD STROBEL MANUEL GOMEZ VERNON TALCOTT DON GUNTHER DICK TROY JAMES HAMMOND TOM VICK ROY GEORGE HUNT GENE WATKINS MORRIS ZELINGER 237 PHI SIGMA IOTA HONORARY ROMANCE LANGUAGE FRATERNITY Front row — Criley. Cox, Williams, Aitkenhead Back row — Michelstetter, Lyman, Collins, Flanders, Fox, King OFFICERS BETTY CRILEY President ODETTE JENSEN Vice President JEAN AITKENHEAD Secretary-Treasurer MR. COX Faculty Sponsor MR. WARNER Faculty Member MEMBERS JANE BEIN MARCIA KING MARGARET ANN COLLINS LOUISE LYMAN EVELYN DEWEY MARY JEAN McKEE SARA FLANDERS LOIS MICHELSTETTER ELIZABETH FOX ' ' ' ■° - student) JOSEPHINE FRANKLE 238 PHI GAMMA ML National Social Science Honor Fraternity Seated — Treasure, Cohan. Margolis. Hayulin, Hagler, Hawley, Crawford. Crosswhite, Van Arsdale, Trevilhick, Cunningham. Bennett. Smith. Standing — Lloyd. Brand, Taylor. Malick. Friday, Norton. Barker. MacAlpine, McGuire. OFFICERS ROBERT HAWLEY - President RICHARD SHAKESHAFT Vice-President ELEANOR COHAN __ Secretary CHARLES FRIDAY Treasurer CARL McGUIRE Faculty Sponsor FACULTY MEMBERS GORDON BARKER VERNON JENSEN WILLIAM BERNARD LEONARD LEH MORRIS GARNSEY CLAY MALICK MEMBERS NATHAN BAUM KENNETH LLOYD ELIZABETH BENNETT ARTHUR HAYUTIN MICHAEL BRAND BERNICE MARGOLIS PAUL CLARK LEONARD NORTON ELEANOR COHAN JOHN SAYRE MALCOLM CRAWFORD RICHARD SHAKESHAFT GWENDOLYN CROSSWHITE MILDRED SMITH SHIRLEY CUNNINGHAM CLYDE TAYLOR CHARLES FRIDAY BILLIE TREASURE MARGARET HAGLER JOHN TREVITHICK ROBERT HAWLEY WAYNE VAN ARSDALE HAZLITT WUBBIN 239 PI ML EPSILON HONORARY MATHEMATICS FRATERNITY Cir .rs ' " V o rs r _ r First row — Kearney, Dressier, White, Fry Second row — Klunker. Fenlon, Gephardt, Flanders, McDonald, Cladis Third row — Bemis, Bradley, Pohlenz, Rasmussen Fourth row — Buroch, Utlaut, Sakaley, Trego, Greebler, Harpel, Denham, Roukema, Tilton, Drexel OFFICERS ROBERT L. DRESSIER President JAMES N. WHITE Vive-President JOSEPH W. KEARNEY Secretary HARRY E. FRY Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS MISS GEORGIA L. SCOTT, Sponsor DEAN HERBERT S. EVANS DEAN JACOB VAN EK PROFESSOR CHARLES A. HUTCHINSON PROFSSOR AUBREY J. KEMPNER PROFESSOR WILLIAM I. HAZARD PROFESSOR ALLEN S. McMASTER MISS FRANCES PROFESSOR WALTER K.NELSON PROFESSOR L.CLIFTON SNIVELY PROFESSOR ERNEST P. TOVANI PROFESSOR CLARIBELL KENDALL PROFESSOR GEORGE LIGHT MR. NORMAN D. BALL MR. LeROY HOLUBAR P. STRIBIC GORGE F. BAROCH EDWIN A. SEMIS WILLIAM W. BRADLEY ALBERT I. BRADT LESLIE BURRIS JOHN B. CLADIS RICHARD H. DAWSON P. ROY DENHAM ROBERT L. DRESSLER CHARLES F. DREXEL FRANKLIN P. DURHAM REX T. ELLINGTON MEMBERS MARION Y. FENTON SARA R. FLANDERS HARRY E. FRY NELLIE E. GEPHARDT PAUL GREEBLER DALE M. GRIFFIN BERTRAM L. KARPEL JOSEPH W. KEARNEY E. BERNARD KLUNKER ROLLIN K. McCOMBS BETTY McDonald GEORGE E. OHLER WILLIAM J. PIETENPOL JACK B. POHLENZ STANLEY W. RASMUSSEN PHILIP W. ROBERTSON RALPH W. ROUKEMA FRANK E. SAKALEY LEE W. SCHULTZ WALTER J. STROH WARREN D. TILTON DOUGLAS G. TREGO WILLIAM F. UTLAUT JAMES N. WHITE 240 PI TAU SIGMA Honorary Mechanical Engineering Fraternity First row — Burtt, Meden, Anderson, Severns Second row — Wood, Schulz, Drake, Holz, Hubbard Third row — Drexel, Dunham, Speer, Krill, White Fourth row — Gerhardt. Klunker, Salyards OFFICERS IVAN SPEER President FRANK DURHAM __ - Vice-President ARTHUR KRILL Corresponding Secretary JAMES WHITE Recording Secretary CHARLES DREXEL Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS FRANK S. BAUER WAYNE BEATTIE GEORGE DOBBINS WILLIAM L. HULL WALTER F. MALLORY VERNON C. PARKER BENJAMIN H. SPURLOCK CHARLES A. WAGNER— Sponsor MEMBERS DUANE ANDERSON HAINES BIGUM JACK BURTT FREDERIC DRAKE CHARLES DREXEL FRANK DURHAM BURNELL GERHARDT LEO HOTZ RALPH HUBBARD RICHARD EMIL KLUNKER ARTHUR KRILL LOUIS MEDEN STANLEY SALYARDS JACK SCHULZ DALE SEVERNS WILLIAM SIMMONS JUAN SPEER JAMES WHITE WOOD 241 PLAYER ' S CLUB First row — Corlelt. Barber, Fulton. Bible. Winter. Wehby. Healey Second row — Reynolds. Quigley. Wertheimer, Frankle, Silverburg, Webb. Criley. Freed. Brown Third row — Horwilz. Morrow, Fowler. Shermack, Lloyd. Gray. Hutchinson. Wilkinson OFFICERS ANNA MARIE BIBLE President DONALD CARSON Vice-President lOSEF FULTON Vice-President SALLY BARBER Secretary DIRECTORS of UNIVERSITY THEATRE DOROTHY HUNTINGTON GEORGE F. REYNOLDS E. ]. WEST MABEL S. REYNOLDS JAMES SANDOE FRANCIS WOLLE PARTICIPATING MEMBERS SALLY BARBER A, MARIE BIBLE DONALD CARSON MARY CORLETT BETTY CRILEY A. FERRIL FOLSOM KATHRYN FREED RANDLETT FOWLER JOSEPHINE FRANKLE JOSEF FULTON GARTH HITE RICHARD HOPKINS ROBERT HORWrrZ KENNETH LLOYD GLADYS SILVERBERG HELEN WEHBY MARIELLEN WINN MANDFLL WINTER ASSOCIATE MEMBERS JOYCE BERARDI AUDREY BROWN HUNTINGTON CARLILE JANE DYDE RICHARD GRAY ROBD-iT KING WILLIAM MORROW MARTHA OUIGLEY HELENE REYNOLDS PAUL SHERMACK LYNNE SHORE JOYCE SPENCER MARVIN UDEVITZ TEASLEY WEBB ROSALIE WERTHEIMER ROBERT WILKINSON 2 12 PORPOISE HONORARY WOMEN ' S SWIMMING Front row — Armstrong. Aristen, Gilmour. Blomgren, Robinson, Colburn. Ashby, Osgood, Furbeck Second, row — Sirauss, Horn, Norberg, McDonald, Gregson, Haggard, Lehman, Smith, Norton, Porter Third row — Johnson, Wood, Driscoll, Graves, Hale, Martin. Dickinson, Murray, Hayes, Hitchcock Fourth row — Van Name, Coulter, Rogers, Clark, Guild, Patterson, Hitchcock, Cameron OFFICERS PRISCILLA SMITH President WANDA COLBURN Vice-President, Secretary Treasurer MISS GROSS Faculty Advisor MEMBERS GLORIA ARFSTEN NANCY ARMSTRONG JEAN ASHBY BEATRICE BLOOM ELAINE BLOMGREN BETTY CAMERON MARY ELLEN CHRISTENSEN MARY JO CLARK WANDA COLBURN ANN COULTER SHEILA DICKINSON KATHLEEN DRISCOLL SARALIE FURBECK PATRICIA GARRISON HELEN GILMORE BARBARA GRAVES DOROTHY GRAY POLLY GREGSON BARBARA GUILD CATHERINE HAGGARD BARBARA HALE MARGARET HAYES HESTER HITCHCOCK JUNE HITCHCOCK PHYLLIS HORN KADEE JOHNSON BETTY LANBORN RUTH LAW LOIS LEHMAN GALE MARTIN BARBARA McCORMICK JEAN McDonald TITI MURRAY GLORIA NORBERG JUDY NORTON ELEANOR OSGOOD LEATRICE PARKINSON BARBARA PATTERSON BARBARA PORTER RUTH ROBINSON ELLIE ROGERS ANN SCOTT FLORENCE SHAFFER PRISCILLA SMITH AUDREY STELMORE RUTH STRAUSS DUFFY VAN NAME BETTY WHITELY MARCIA WOOD MARY ZIMMERMAN 243 QUARTERDECK CLUB N.R. O. T. C. HONORARY Front row— McKeever, Linsledl. Weil, O ' Neal, Herder, Hilb, Schmill, Cooke, Klingler, Hammond, Rockwell, Wright, Loyd, Woods Back row— Kocontees, Dailey, Stovall, Wayman. Bristol, Foote, Murphy, Beattie, Chepelenko, Woods, McCosh, Pillmore. Chassell, Corliss, Bloomquist OFFICERS DONALD BLOOMQUIST Skipper HAROLD McKEEVER Executive Officer RICHARD McCOSH Ships Writer EVERETT BRISTOL Yeoman DARWIN W. SCHMITT Finance Officer HAROLD HERDER Master at Arms MEMBERS LYLE BEATTIE DONALD BLOOMQUIST EVERETT BRISTOL JOHN CHASSELL FRED CHEPELENKO SHELBY COOKE WELLS CORLISS ROGER DAILEY GEORGE FINK KENNETH FOOTE lAMES HAMMOND HAROLD HERDER JUSTIN HILB CHARLES KLINGLER PHILLIP KOCONTEES WILBUR WRIGHT ROBERT LINSTEDT EUGENE LOYD RICHARD McCOSH HAROLD McKEEVER JAMES MURPHY ELDON O ' NEAL DOMINIC PALERMO GEORGE PILLMORE ROBERT ROCKWELL DARWIN SCHMITT ROBERT STOVALL CRAIG WAYMAN ROBERT WEIL GLENN WOODS KENNETH WOODS 244 SIGMA ALPHA IOTA HONORARY MUSIC FRATERNITY First row — Purcell, Talpers. Merrill, Dove, Warner Second row — Clinton. Brainerd, Sturtevant, McCouley, Durr, Farrington Third row — Sullivan, Hastings, loynson OFFICERS IRMA JEAN STURTEVANT President MARCIA WARNER Vice-President BONNIE JEAN PICKELL Secretary ILA MAE PURCELL Treasiirer KATHERINE RUSSELL Faculty Member and Advisor ACTIVE MEMBERS FLORENCE T. DeBACKER ILA MAE PURCELL VIRGINIA I. HASTINGS NANCY J. STORY BARBARA M. JOYNSON IRMA JEAN STURTEVANT PATRICIA MERRILL ROSAMOND SULLIVAN BONNIE J. PICKELL MARCIA WARNER PLEDGES CLARICE BRAINERD JEAN ANN FARRINGTON BARBARA BUCHANAN ARMIDA KOIVISTO MARJORIE CLINTON PATSY JEAN McCAULEY VIRGINIA DOVE RACHEL MORGAN DOROTHY J. DURR GLORIA TALPERS CHARLOTTE WILLIS 245 SIGMA DELTA CHI National Professional Journalism Fraternity First row — Archibald, Jones, Olson. Waldrop, Second row Myers, Boyd, Blumberg, Beidleman, Williams OFFICERS NATHAN BLUMBERG President KOLHER McINNIS Vice-President LEON OLSON Secretary WARREN WILLIAMS Treasurer GAYLE WALDROP Faculty Advisor MEMBERS SAM ARCHIBALD GLENN JONES RICHARD BEIDLEMAN KOHLER McINNIS NATHAN BLUMBERG HOWARD MYERS BUELL BOYD LEON OLSON THOMAS GILLIGAN JOHN TODD WARREN WILLIAMS Z4a SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON HONORARY GEOLOGY Front row — Shimeall, Thompson, Schmidt, Sullivan, Collier, Young Back row — Douglass, Bloomer, Zlaten, Dr. Wilson, Lippelt, Newland OFFICERS ROBERT G. SCHMIDT .President JOSEPH M. SULLIVAN Vice-President, Historian DOUGLAS R. CALLIER Secretary-Treasurer CLARK M. SHIMEALL __ Corresponding Secretary PROF. WALTER C. TOEPELMAN Faculty Adviser FACULTY MEMBERS DR. P. G. WORCESTER DR. W. C. TOEPELMAN DR. R. D. GEORGE DR. H. A. HOFFMEISTER DR. R. W. WILSON DR. W. O. THOMPSON DR. L. O. OUAM MR. ALLAN CREE DR. W. W. LCNGLEY ACTIVE MEMBERS PHILIP A. BLOOMER DOUGLAS R. CALLIER ALLAN CREE FRED D. DOUGLASS WARREN S. LIPFITT DEE E. NEWLAND ROBERT G. SCHMIDT CLARK M. SHIMEALL JOSEPH M. SULLIVAN JOHN H. THOMPSON ROBERT G. YOUNG 247 SIGMA TAU HONORARY ENGINEERING FRATERNITY First row — Dawson, Schultz, Speer, White. Klunker, Simmons, Fleming Second row — Hubbard. Ohler. Pietenpol. Roukema. Durham. Kearney. lacox. Wood Third row — Erickson. Eichelberger, Vick Roy, Drexel. Fry. Meden. Krill OFFICERS REX ELLINGTON President DAVID FLEMING Vice-President JACK L. W. SCHULTZ Secretary LESLIE BURRIS Treasurer DICK DAWSON Historian PROFESSOR L. B. SUTHERLAND Chapter Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS PROF. F. S. BAUER PROF. W. S. BEATTIE PROF. W. O. BIRK PROF. C. W. BORGMANN PROF. W. C. DuVALL PROF. F. S. EASTOM PROF. C. L. ECKEL PROF. C. A. HUTCHINSON PROF. N. W. PARKER PROF. W. RAEDER ASST. PROF. L. B. SUTHERLAND ASST. PROF. W. H. THOMAN LESLIE BURRIS, JR. G. WILLIAM CURTIS DICK DAWSON CHARLES DREXEL FRANKLIN DURHAM WILLIAM EICHELBERGER REX ELLINGTON WILLIAM ERICKSON DAVID FLEMING HARRY FRY MEMBERS WILLIAM HANNA RALPH HUBBARD LeROY JACOX JOSEPH KEARNEY EMIL KLUNKER ARTHUR KRILL LOUIS MEDEN CHARLES McKEEVER GEORGE OHLER WILLIAM PIETENPOL JACK POHLENZ RALPH ROUKEMA STANLEY SALYARDS JACK L. W. SCHULZ WILLIAM SIMMONS. JR. IVAN SPEER TOM VICK ROY ROBERT WHELAN JAMES M. WHITE RICHARD WOOD 24H UNIVERSITY BAND University of Colorado Band HUGH E. McMILLEN Director L. R. SPICER Associate Director Girl ' s Marching Band HUGH E. McMILLEN Director STUART ALVORD JOE ARIKI LYLE ASKEROOTH PAUL BARNES BERNARD BASHFORD JAMES BATTAGLINO JAMES BEATY ROBERT BETTERLEY CLAYTON BLACKBURN DUANE BOTTS ROBERT BRADFIELD FRANK BROCESKY GLENN BULLEN CHARLES BURGENER DONALD BURGENER DARRELL BURK KEITH BURK PALMER CARLIN ROBERT GARY JOHN CHASSELL KENNETH CLASSEN KENNETH COOPER WELLS CORLISS ROBERT COUNEE JOHN DEAL JAMES DORA PRESTON DUPONT JOHN EDGAR JOHN ELFTMAN MARSHALL FIELD ELTON FRY DELMAR FYOCK LESLIE GARTON MAX GARTON DALE GATCHELL T. A. GERBER GEORGE GLASER CHARLES GLENN HAROLD GODDARD DWAIN HAGERMAN CHARLES HART MELVIN HAYNE LEWIS HIIGEL HARRY HOYT ED HUMPHREYS GRANT HURLEY ROBERT lACOBSEN VICTOR JETER WILLIAM JEHLE PHILLIP JOHNSON RAY JOHNSON NATHAN KATZ HOWARD KELSALL KENNETH KIESEL LAWRENCE KNIGHT JOEL KREMER HUGH KRENZEL DALE KRENZEL ED KRUPOTICH LOUIS KUH IRA LEE W. P. LESLIE, JR. FRANK LOCKER RICHARD LONGNECKER JAMES LYNN MORTON MANN IRVIN MASON JOE MAYNARICH RAYMOND McDADE CHARLES NEALE JACK NOBLE ROBERT NOBLE LAWRENCE NORRIS WILLIAM OTTO THOMAS PETERSON JOE POWELL BERNARD QUICK JAMES RIGGS GORDON ROBERTS ROBERT ROHWER LLOYD ROSE EDWARD SEELY ELMER SEIKULA JAMES SEVITZ JAMES SHEPPARD RALPH SMITH RICHARD STEELE HAROLD STEVENSON HAROLD STOLLER JOHN TANK FRED TODD ARTHUR TRUITT WILLIAM UTLAUT WAYMAN WALKER ROLLY WILKINS ELBERT WISNER MILLICENT ANDERSEN DOLLY ARCHIBALD MIRIAM BAINER BETTY JO BALDWIN JONI DELL BARNETT SYLVIA BERARDI BARBARA BLACK BETHA BOULLS EMMA F. BOWEN BETTY BOWERS LOUVERTA BRITT JUNEVA BROWN SARAH BROWN SHIRLEY BYRD JO CARMOSINO LA JUNE CASE EILEEN CHARLESWORTH BARBARA CHASE ALICE CURRIER DOROTHY DURR SHIRLEY JEAN FISH RUBY FORSELIUS NADINE FOSTER BETTY GRIFFIS MARY GRIFFITH BETTY HAGGERTY BETTY KAUTZMAN MARION KING MARTHA KINGSLEY BARBARA KROEGER RUTH LAW ALINE LUEDKE MARY LOU MANN MARY McCABE BETTY McGEE HARRIET MILLER JANET NOLAND KATIE PARKER GWENNY PARRY MYRTLE PETHERAM CLARA MAE PLACE BESSIE JO OUIMBY NORMA ROBB PHIL ROMANO HELEN ROMINGER SARAH SIEGEL PEGGY SIGLER ROSE SLAUGHENHOUPT MYRA SMITH JANE SMITH ELIZABETH SNOW CONNIE STEPHENSON MARYLYN STEPHENSON NONA STODART ADELYN STRAIT ELEANOR STREET ROSAMUND SULLIVAN DONA LEE TAYLOR MARGIE THORNBERRY MARY JANE TOWSE MARA DEE TURNER MAXINE WHITLEY CAROLYN WILLIAMS ZENETTA YOUNG 249 THE UNIVERSITY of COLORADO HIKING CLUB Front row — Boblils. Huria, Krusmark, Gee. Rankin. Kassowitz. Sullivan Second row — Caldwell. lohnson. Auner. Hershberger. Boalright. Place. Fenlon. Pope. Ellis, Meeth. Hoskin. McMahon Third row — Johnston. Twombly. Cooley, Fenton, Waddington. Greeg. Dulour, Bergeson. Baxter, Peper. Grauberger Back row — Chinn. Angel. Proi. McNair. Myers, Dickinson, Hittle. McDowell. Criley. Bingham, Betterley. Reeder. Erickson BILL ERICKSON President BEV. McMAHON Vice-President AL BRADT Manager DON GREGG Assistant Manager GENE GRANBERGER Treasurer JEANNIE HERSHBERGER Secretary OFFICERS MARY MORGAN ROB GOURLEY DAVE JOHNSTON [ o buncil Members REV. H. M. WALTERS Sponsor A. ]. McNAIR DR. H. B. VAN VALKENBURG DR. GLEN WAKEHAM GEORGE DOBBINS Faculty Members ISAL ANGEL JO AUNER IVAN BAXTER BILL BARBOUR BOB BERGESON BOB BETTERLY DON BINGHAM BETTY BOATRIGHT FRANCES BOBLITS AL BRADT WINI BRANDT IIM CHINN MARIORIE CLINTON WALT COLWELL BETTY CRILEY FLORENCE DeBAKER MEMBERS SHEILA DICKINSON RENE DUFOUR BILL ERICKSON MARG. ECHTERNACK JANE ELLIS HOLLYN GEE ROB GOURLEY GENE GRAUBERGER DON GREGG JEANNIE HERSHBERGER EV HITTLE PHYL HOSKIN GETTE HURJA DAVE lOHNSTON lANE JOHNSON VERENA KASSOWITZ IRENE KRUSMARK OLIVIA LARSON LOUISE LYMAN BILL McDowell BEV. McMAHON ART McNAIR ELIZABETH MEETH MARY MORGAN LONNY MYERS MARJIE PARKS BOB PEPER CLARA MAE PLACE MARGARET POPE lANET RANKIN DOROTHY SULLIVAN JACK TWOMBLY DAVID WADDINGTON zso UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA The University of Colorado String Symphony Orchestra Proi. Horace Jones. Conductor First Violins LOIS GERMANN, Concert Mistress LOUISE CARROLL HAROLD GODDARD ROY HEDGES RODNEY TOWNLEY MARY LOW McNATT DEBI CHERNOFF JOY MOULT LUCILE SPICER Second Violins EMMA JO McCRACKEN ERNESTINE BUERGER ARMIDA KOIVISTO JOY BERRY DOROTHY HUTTON LURA HAYWARD RUTH OLSEN EFFIE NEWCOMB MARGARET OGIER LOUISE McCRACKERN MILDRED EDMONDSON CHARLES NEALE Violas VAL HILL LOUISE LYMAN DIANA STONE ANTHONY PARRELLA STANLEY RASMUSSEN DON HENDERSHOTT Cellos VIRGINIA DOVE ROBINSON GOURLEY FLORENCE DeBACKER MARY ELIZABETH BUSH CHARLES McCRACKEN CHARLEEN MULVAY ELAINE HILL MARY LOUISE HENDRICKS ELIZABETH VAIL MIRIAM COLSON Basses DUANE BOTTS GENE ELAND MAXINE WHITLEY 251 UNIVERSITY WOMEN S CLUB First row — Ogier, Busch, Snow, Oldland, Davidson, ScoU Second ro ' w — Leslie, Dean Brown, Waring COUNCIL MARILYN OLDLAND President BETTY SNOW Vice-President ILENE DAVIDSON Secretary DOROTHY SCOTT Treasurer LUCILLE BECKER Membership Chairman LILA WARING Housing Chairman MARY ELIZABETH BUSCH Personnel Chairman FRANCES OGIER - Social Chairman HOPE FIELDS Publicity Chairman (replaced by NATALIE ROBBINS) BETTY JANE LESLIE Head Triad TRIADS (Dance Group) MARY ELLEN CHRISTENSEN Head Triad MURIEL MADDOCK IDA NELL BARNES PHILOMENA ROMANO (Muiic and Art Group) PATRICIA MERRILL Head Tiiau POLLY ANN CASTLE PERSIS EMMETT IKAN THOMSON (Faihlon and Parionality Group) BCriY NASH- Head Tiiad KATIE PARKER BETTE ADAMS MARY LOU KELLY (Drama and Literature Group) ADELE HOPFINGER Head Tiiad JEAN BERGOUIST MARJORIE KINCAIDE ELIZABETH HEPPLEWHITE (Victory Group) )UNE HYLAN Head Triad LOUISE WOODS LENORE WESTERMANN ALICE NELSON SPONSORS DEAN LYDIA LAWRENCE BROWN MISS REBECCA W. VAILLE MRS. MARGARET LEARY Soda! Director VIKING CLUB INDEPENDENT MEN ' S ORGANIZATION First row — Potter, McMillan, Isaak, Easton Second row — Basinger, Sakaley, Peachey, Berry, Webber, Turner. Venditti, Elich, Weigang Third row — Hoppler, Harvey. Hebert, Forrester. Norton. Tilton, Trego, Fields. Jamison OFFICERS HARRY A. McMillan President ROBERT D. ISAAK Vice-President GORDON C. POTTER Secretary E. ELLSWORTH EASTON _ ___ Treasurer MEMBERS ALAN A. BASINGER RICHARD G. BEIDLEMAN KAY L. BERRY JOHN A. BILES LEO G. BONACCI EVERETT C. BRISTOL JOSEPH Y. CHINN MARK A. ELICH RAYMOND H. FIELDS JOHN W. FORRESTER BURRELL B. GERHARDT MALCOLM B. HARRIS J. HOWARD HARVEY WILLIAM R. HEBERT HERMAN HEIDT C. KEITH HOPPLER WILBURT C. JAMISON P. RAYMOND JOHNSON ROBERT G. RICHARD L. LINES MAHLON H. NORTON AMOS OWNBEY ROBERT G. PEACHEY CARL J. PINAMOUNT MURRILL ROBERTS ROBERT G. ROCKWELL FRANK E. SAKALEY DON. R. SCHRADER DALE R. SEVERNS DAVID S. SHERIDAN PAUL D. STARR VERNON H. TALCOTT WARREN D. TILTON DOUGLAS G. TREGO ROBERT W. TURNER FRED P. VENDITTI M. GEORGE WEBBER WEIGANG 253 Women ' s Athletic Association First row — Schureman. Whiteley, Robinson. Norberg Second row — Bein, Smilh, Carlson, Cameron, Greim Third row — Miss Gross, Young, Atkeison, Hill, Irwin, Quine, Barker OFFICERS BETTY WHITELEY . President JANE BEIN Vice-President JEAN ERWIN Secretary ANN ATKEISON Treasurer KATHERINE GROSS . Sponsor HEADS OF SPORTS BETTY LOVE HA WES Intramurals MARY HILL Archery and Horseshoes SUE CARLSON Badminton PAT HILL . Baseball BETTY CAMERON Basketball BETTY ANN GREIM Golf THANET SCHUREMAN High School Conference BETTY YOUNG Hockey ANN ATKEISON Orchesis DOROTHY LOU PLACE Tennis PRISCILLA SMITH Porpoise and Swimming MARY LOUISE BARKER Volleyball 264 WESLEY FOLNDATrON METHODIST First row — Bennett, Law, Drexel, Shimpfky, Tomlin, Kirley, McCormick, Wilson, Takaki, Montgomery Second row — Boatright, Delaney, Corcelius, McKay, Smith, Carson, Case, Tegops, Sherman, Bone Third row — Wilson, Sparks, Roosa, Steward, Echtemacht, Rider, Sera, Thomas, Anderson. Carver Fourth row — Lake, O ' Neal, Heckendom, Fowler, Hittle, lunge. Sterling, Heckendorn, Hilmes Student Pastor REVEREND AL WILSON OFFICERS HAROLD CARVER - President LA JUNE CASE Vice-President BETTY BENNETT Secretary EARL LAKE Treasurer FREDNIEHAUS „ „ a ' HUBERT H. MILLS | " " " " " " ° " REV. ALBERT WILSON _ Director MEMBERS HURLBURT ANDERSON VIRGINIA ANDERSON ALAN BASINGER RUTH BEARDSLEY BETTY BENNETT BETTY RAY BETASSO BETTY BOATRIGHT EDWIN BOOTHROYD ROBERT BOUCHER CYNTHIA BONE PALMER CARLIN HAROLD CARVER LA JUNE CASE MAURICE COOLEY LUaLE CORCELIUS WARREN CROSS ERIC CONN MARY EDITH DELANEY MARY EDITH DREXEL ELLSWORTH EASTON NORRIS ECHTERNACHT JACK FOWLER SHIRLEY GRAY JANE GREGG JOHN GROOTHIUS REBECCA GORE JEAN HASSINGER IDABEL HAYMAN JIM HECKENDORN JOHN HECKENDORN BILL HILMES EVART HITTLE EVELYN IRISH JIM JONES RALPH JONES BOB JUNGE TOM KIDO FAYNE KIRLEY GEORGE KITAGAWA EARL LAKE RUTH LAW IRWIN LENZ HARVEY LEWIS VELMA LOCKE BOB McARTHUR MARJORIE McCORMICK BETTY McDonald BARBARA McKAY WILMA McLEOD DORIS MARSH PAT MARTIN WILLIAM MILLHOFF JOSEPHINE MONTGOMERY ELDON O ' NEAL BEATRICE PARKISON PHYLLIS PEASLEY MYRTLE PETHERAM FLOYD PEN DELL EARL PROVANCHA MITCHELL RIDER MURRILL ROBERTS BOB ROHWER LLOYD T. ROOSA TOM SERA ROBERT SHAKLEE DOROTHY SHIMPFKY WINNIE SHERMAN WARREN SPARKS BERNITA SMITH DOREEN STALEY JIM STALEY JOHN STERLING NEWTON STEWARD JUNE SWANNER DOROTHY SW ANSON GRACE TAKAKI VERNON TALCOTT CHESTER TANASE HELEN TEGOPS ROBERT THOMAS ANNABELLE TOMLIN RICHARD TREVITHICK NELLIE VAN DOREN CLAUDE WADDELL DICK WEST JUSTUS WILKINSON DOROTHY WILSON 255 OW ? KAPPA DELTA PI HONORARY EDUCATION MARIE MEHL MARCIA WARNER .. MARTHA OUIGLEY HELEN WEHBY OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretaries FACULTY NfEfHBERS MINNIE G. BERUEFFY HELEN M. CARPENTER A. C. CROSS HARL R. DOUGLASS W. F. DYDE HAZEL FEHLMANN MARIE MEHL DOROTHY PALMER MARGARET S. POLEY JOHN B. SCHOOLLAND THERESE STENGEL MARGARET TRAINOR REBECCA VAILLE STUDENT MEMBERS MARGARET JANE BEIN MARY ELIZABETH BUSH CAROLYN COBB FLORENCE T. DeBAKER FLORENCE FISHER RANDLETT FOWLER BETTY ANN GREIM HARRY E. GROVES LOUIS KESTENBERG BETTY McDonald MARY JEAN McKEE JEAN E. MALERNEE ELEANORE MANN HELEN NUTTING MARILYN OLDLAND MARTHA OUIGLEY WILMA SCHOOLLAND BETTY SNOW MARGARET TRAINOR MARCIA WARNER HELEN WEHBY BETTY WHITELEY 256 SIGMA PI SIGMA PHYSICS HONOR SOCIETY OFFICERS ROLLIN K. McCOMBS President RALPH L. ELY, JR Vice-President WILLIAM J. PIETENPOL _ Secretary WILLIAM H. EICHELBERGER _...._ Treasurer PROFESSOR FRANK C. WALZ Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS JULIAN M. BLAIR JAMES W. BROXON FOSTER EVANS LeROY HOLUBAR WILLIAM R. JEWELL WILLIAM B. PIETENPOL FRANK C. WALZ ACTIVE MEMBERS ROBERT L. DRESSLER WILLIAM H. EICHELBERGER RALPH L. ELY, JR. ANDREW L. HOEKSTRA GEORGE W. KEKAUOHA ROLLIN K. McCOMBS WILLIAM J. PIETENPOL STANLEY W. RASMUSSEN IRVING A. SOFEN JOHN H. WALTER PLEDGES EDWIN A. BEMIS ROBERT D. ISAAK WESLEY E. BRITTIN CHARLES M. RICHARDS CERDA DONOVAN Sigma Pi Sigma, Physics Honor Society Sigma Pi Sigma, the only national physics honor society having chapters in colleges and universities of recognized stand- ing, receives into its membership, irrespective of membership in any other organization, those who attain its high standards of scholarship, professional merit and academic distinction. Member- ship is conferred upon no basis of selection other than character and scholastic or professional record. Objects of the Society The objects of the society are: (1) to serve as a means of awarding distinction to students having high scholarship and promise of achievement in physics; (2) to promote student interest in research and the advanced study of the subject; (3) to encourage a professional spirit and friendship among those who have dis- played marked ability in physics; (4) to popularize interest in physics in the general collegiate public. 257 YOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION f f) f) Fronl row — Hylan. Hilt, Freed, Miss Sudderlh Back row — D. Boetler, Newell, Spore, M. Boeller UFPICERS KATHRYN FREED CLARICE STRASIA LOIS LIEN . President Vice-President Secretary KATHRYN PEABODY Treasurer MADELINE SUDDERTH. Executive Secretary DOROTHY MARTIN Faculty Advisor CABINET MEMBERS MARY LOUISE BARKER DOROTHY BOETTER MARIORIE BOETTER MATILDA BROIDA MARY ALICE HITT lUNE HYLAN ANN NOWELL FRANCES OZIER ZINETTE SPORE DOROTHY TESDELL Z5S Those Who Gave Their Lives Cadet RICHARD L. ADLER, Ex- ' 43 Killed in airplane crash, July, 1942 Aviation Instructor DAVID BROUGH. B.S. (C.E.) ' 38 Killed in bomber crash in Alaska, July 30, 1942 Lt. (j.g.) BERNARD JOHN CURTIS. Ex- ' 43 Killed in action, November 13, 1942 Lt. WILLIAM F. DAUGHERTY, B.S. (Arch.E.) ' 35 Died of malaria in Canal Zone, August, 1942 2nd Lt. REES H. DA VIES. ' 41 Killed in a crash of an army plane in Texas, March 22, 1943 2nd Lt. DENNY S. DURHAM. Ex- ' 43 Killed in airplane crash at Maxwell Field, September 20, 1942 Dr. WILLIAM A. EPSTEIN. ' 17 Reported killed February 16, 1943 (killed in action) Lt. WILLIAM B. FANT. ' 39 Killed in the Aleutians, March 31, 1943 Cadet GORDON GARLAND. Ex- ' 42 Killed in airplane crash in California, October 16, 1942 Lt. ALFRED W. GIACOMINI. B.S. (M.E.) ' 40 Killed in action overseas, June 29, 1942 Lt. lAMES GIELLUM. Ex- ' 42 Killed in airplane crash in Florida, April 6, 1943 Lt. JOHN GRAVESTOCK. Ex- ' 41 Killed in action in North Africa, January 7, 1943 2nd Lt. RICHARD J. HEIDERSTADT. Ex- ' 40 Killed in bomber crash on February 3, 1942 Lt. JAMES B. JELLISON. JR. Killed in airplane collision off Florida coast, April 18, 1943 Cadet WALTER EUGENE LAW. Ex- ' 43 Killed in airplane collision in California, January 5, 1943 Captain BERNARD RIKE. M.D.. ' 39 Died of typhus fever in New Guinea, January 7, 1943 Lt. WILLIAM F. SCHULTE. Ex- ' 43 Killed in bomber crash in New Mexico, January 12, 1943 2nd Lt. LEONARD K. SMITH. Ex- ' 31 Killed in plane crash in Nevada, April 11, 1943 Cadet CARLTON P. WILKINS Killed in a crash of a twin-engine trainer at Ellington Field, Texas, April 1943 259 cJ ife at O. L l. Spring quarter saw the women outnumber the men by seventeen. Men shed no tears over their departed fellows, but rather looked upon the situation as a " dater ' s " paradise. This hope was short-lived as the girls just weren ' t social if they didn ' t date language students. The Rhythm Circus, annual campus musical show, was moved back to winter quarter, but was considered a flop by students who had become used to past spectacles — including last year ' s when a bevy of talent and beauties had made the Circus a part of the greater C. U. Days. Other spring activities were: the Publications Banquet which was an annual affair at which awards were made and new editors and managers were chosen. Plums were the Silver and Gold and the Coloradan. Last year ' s pickers were Messrs. Karsh, Paddock, Hawley and Miss Jewell. Romance bloomed and couples walked arm and arm across Varsity Bridge, through the quadrangle, and into the stadium. Night life was given a shot in the arm by the opening of the Anchorage — a nautical hangout in the old Buff Club. Dancing and beer were the main attractions rather than the rooms which bore the titles of Port, Starboard, and Quarterdeck. Casualty was the convertible coupe, long standby of collegians. Very few of the former classy models withstood gas rationing and the tire shortage. F 260 261 262 oLlle at C-. iA. The Navy takes over Who forgot to close her curtains? It says here in small print . . . Yipe — look at the men! The president at the ballgame t»nw i iiTlPi Publication heads Through these portals now pass Japanese Language students Leg art by Penny Hall It ' s the finishing touch that counts But this was last spring :: t oLife at O. U. Pull me out a blonde " Give my regards to Broadway " Once over lightly, Betty Lou Home was never like this! Ziegiield passed up a good bet or bom thirty years too late in «, mam ritfBK. I love a parade We think he ' s returning the salute Something of a more serious nature Sue and Peggy after winning the 440 Sigma Nu-A. T. O. blackfoot fight or is it face? Atlantic City here we come Jlfea t . ,vev popu a . Phi Sciert ° " °VpMs cleaned " :«rp -:rse " r- contesi g od o - nnd Heart and Vlor - lpusV ' Tra TheV VbouqW 266 £ii:uf ' ' ' ' - mr « ii,i.«»j i» «» " " . ' iitFi-»seAi ffc-im Phi Gams — too bad they didn ' t win Sister stands in for outstanding alumnus Puzzle — find the newly tapped Mortar Boards Delta Gamma songbirds The Thetas didn ' t win either 267 rJ iPe at O. 67. Mortar Board dance — where do they get the energy at 7:00 A.M.? Doing the bunny-hug Morion Reilly — queen for a day C. U. Day climax Who ' s your iriend, Dotlie? :.es oi tbeir eyes , see the whites pon-t shoot ' tU YOU see InspUedW-- ° " -„ rtie deep with- ' ' .houttheU beanies and now " Ijr ' ucrot anvvhing 269 i ' %- J. i ■ »« ' ' % Ibe Los Cbotd I t .nl cotn«= ' " ' " senior ' " ' Mierms and 270 padd Ptese - u. ihe commiUee ,.a.-s A.-- " ,. .esse.. the UgW tanwsuc. flipping the 1 y 271 272 This is the way we run to class " Take me out to the ball park " We keep the books here " And so into the world we come — " Pearce does Sigma Chi honors at Lakeside CREEKS Pressed with tea, coffee (ah, those were the days!), food, cigarettes and attention, my first introduction to Rush Week took place. This week of parties and teas was climaxed by the excitement of pledging and an all-college dance in the Men ' s Gym. I was soon brought back to earth with the beginning of classes and supervised study, pledge duties and activi- ties. With the advent of the new year, I helped the fraternities and sororities throw their energies into playing their important role in campus life — dances and parties, exchange dinners and intramurals, a vaudeville and a song test. I led them on in taking an active part in furthering the war effort by contributions, buying of war bonds, selling of war stamps, and the curtailing of expense in all their social activities. 273 ALPHA CHI OMEGA OFFICERS CAROLYN COBB President DORIS GORDON Vice-President CLARICE BRAINERD Secretary ALICE MARIE JONES Treasurer MRS. MARGARET MORGAN House Mother m M Top row- Barnes, Bralnerd. Brandt, Caldwell, Chase, Echlernach, Gordon Second row Graham. Hassinger, Hastinqs. Hill. Hoover. Hoplinger. loggers Third row Johnson, Lewis. Logan. Lusby. McCorly. Noble. Palmer Fourth row Pope. Relgan. Richman, Robb. Saliba. Scylor. Sparko Filth row Stiers, Stephenson. Sirassor, Sullivan. Tidball Sixth row Tillon. F, Van Thuyno. V. Von Thuyno Bottom row Variel, Wiard FACULTY MEMBERS LILLIAN SMERCHEK HELEN DUGGAN ACTIVES ALEXANDER. NANCY, -ib Fort Collins, Colorado BARNES, IDA NELL, ' 45 Walsenburg, Colorado BRAINERD, CLARICE, ' 43 Denver, Colorado BRANDT, WINIFRED, ' 44 Evanston, Illinois CHASE, BARBARA, ' 43 Dewners Grove, Illinois COBB, CARLYN, ' 43 McCook, Nebraska GRAHAM, MARIAN, ' 43 Pftodel, Colorado GORDOnTdORIS, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado HARBERT, JEAN, ' 43 Grand Junction, Colorado HASTINGS, VIRGINIA, ' 44 Grant, Nebraska HILL, ELIZABETH ANN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado HOOVER, DOROTHY, ' 45 Glen EUyn, Illinois HOPFINGER, ADELE, ' 44 Leadvilie, Colorado JAGGERS, VIRGINIA, ' 43 Limon, Colorado JONES, ALICE MARIE, ' 43 Malad City, Idaho LOGAN, CYNTHIA, ' 43 Candler, North Carolina McCARTY, WANDA, ' 43 Trinidad, Colorado NELSON, BARBARA, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado NOBLE, MARY, ' 43 Ogden, Utah RICHMAN, MARCALEA, ' 43 Amarillo, Texas SALIBA, ARLENE, ' 43 Walsenburg, Colorado SPARKE, JUNE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado SULLIVAN, ROSAMOND. ' 44 Boulder, Colorado TIDBALL, LOLA, ' 44 Ely, Nevada TILTON, BARBARA, " 45 Palisade, Colorado VARIEL, MARY BESS, ' 43 Los Angeles, California WIARD, CYNTHIA, ' 45 Norwalk, Connecticut PLEDGES BALDWIN, BETTY JO. ' 45 Estes Park. Colorado CALDWELL, ELE ANOR, ' 44 Estes Park, Colorado ECHTERNACH, VIRGINIA, ' 46 Palisade, Colorado HASSINGER, JEAN, ' 44 Las Animas, Colorado HUMPHREY, BETTY CLEO, ' 46. ..Fort Collins, Colorado JOHNSON, JANE, ' 45 Fort Collins. Colorado JONES. JULIA, ' 46 Malad City. Idaho LEWIS. MARILYN. " 45 Grand Junction, Colorado LUSBY, ALBERTA. ' 46 Loveland. Colorado McCARTY, WYNDOLEEN. ' 44 Trinidad. Colorado PALMER. THELMA. ' 46 Cedarldqo. Colorado POPE, MARGARET. ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado REIGAN, BETTY LOU. ' 4 . Rifle. Colorado ROBB, NORMA. ' 45 ; veland. Colorado SEYLER. MARIAN. ' 46 Denver. Colorado STEPHENSON. CORINNE, ' 45 Norton. Kansas STIERS. THERN. ' 46 Palisade, Colorado STHASSER. ANN, ' 45 Cincinnati. Ohio TUCKER. BETTY. ' 46 Denver. Colorado VAN THUYNE. FRANCES. ' 45 Longmont. Colorado VAN THUYNE. VICTORIA. ' 45 Longmont. Colorado a74 r c ALPHA CHI OMEGA For their part in the war effort, the Alpha Chis bought a fifty-dollar war bond, ob- served meatless Tuesdays throughout the year, and lost a member, Alice Jones, to the WAVES. In keeping with the last, their A.W.S. Vaudeville skit portrayed life in a WAVE camp. Alpha Chi Omega was founded na- tionally in 1885 at De Pauw University and came to the C. U. campus in 1907. The girls wear the golden lyre, and the red carnation, and their colors, scarlet and olive green, play a prominent role at all sorority functions. As varied as their home states, from Connecticut to California, are their campus activities. This year ' s outstanding mem- bers are: Virginia Joggers, costume di- rector of Rhythm Circus . . . Spur . . . Hesperia . . . Delta Phi Delta . . . Co-ed Counsellor ... art staff of the Coloradan and the Window . . . Women ' s Club; Cynthia Logan, junior transfer from Alle- gheny College . . . Executive Committee for the Student Speaking Group on War Cooperation . . . Dialectica . . . Coloradan copy editor . . . Dodo . . . Y. W. C. A. . . . Co-ed Counsellor . . . debate . . . Rhythm Circus script committee; Adele Hopfinger, Spur . . . U. W. C. triad . . . Rhythm Circus script director . . . president, Dialectica . . . secretary. House of Representatives . . . debate . . . Little Theatre; Thelma Palmer, freshman triad . . . U. W. C. . . . dorm officer . . . Y. W. C. A. . . . S S G . . . Rhythm Circus costume committee . . . Carolyn Cobb Mrs. Morgan ALPHA DELTA PI OFFICERS GENEVIEVE DERGANCE President BARBARA JONES Vice-President GENEVIEVE SKEEN Secretary ALINE LUEDKE Treasurer MRS. JOHN SPRATT House Mother FACULTY MEMBERS GRACE CRAVEN MARY LOUISE LYDE ACTIVES BLACK, BARBARA, ' 44 Denver, Colorado DERGANCE, GENEVIEVE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado GARRISON, JEAN MARIE, ' 45 Boqata, Columbia, South America JONES, BARBARA, ' 43 Elizabeth, Colorado KINGSLEY, MARTHA, ' 45 Jetmore, Kansas LUEDKE, ALINE, ' 44 Oak Creek, Colorado MILLER, ANN ' 45 Denison, Iowa MILLER, HARRIET, ' 45 Colorado Springs, Colorado PHILLIPS, NANCY, ' 44 Clayton, Missouri RANKIN, JANET, ' 44 River Forest, Illinois SKEEN, GENEVIEVE, ' 45 Denver, Colorado YAPP, VIRGINIA. ' 43 Manhattan. Kansas Top row Black, Boulls. Boycr. Burlord, DorqancB Second row Doughty. Garrlaon. Honlo. lonoa. Kinq lay Third row Luodke. Miller, Papoulas, Philllpi Fourth row Hankon. Skeen Bottom row Townloy PLEDGES BOULLS, BETHA, ' 44 Jennings. Kansas BOYER, DIXIE LEE, ' 44 Trenton, Missouri BURFORD, BARBARA, ' 46 Fruita, Colorado DOUGHTY, MARGARET. ' 4 4 Waco, Texas HENLE, CARMEN, 46 Boulder, Colorado LOWE, MARjORIE, 44 Coioraao Springs. Colorado PAPOULAS, ANGIE, ' 46 Craig, Colorado REINHARDT, MARGARET, ' 46 Lincoln. Illinois SANDELL. GERALDINE, ' 46 Derby, Colorado TOWNLEY. lEAN. ' 46 ..Gill. Colorado WISONER. BETTY. 46 Delta. Colorado a7« ALPHA DELTA PI The A. D. Pi ' s opened their social sea- son with a gala carnival dance. Animals of all kinds decorated the dance floor while bright-colored confetti added to the festive motive. Outstanding on campus hove been the sorority ' s contributions to the war effort. Not only have they bought war bonds, but they have contributed generously to the fund for the Free French ambulance and to the Russian War Relief. Alpha Delta ' s new housemother is Mrs. lane Spratt, well known on the campus. In addition to her duties as chaperon, she has greatly helped in orienting the fresh- men living in the sorority house this year. In 1913 the diamond-shaped pin of the sorority made its appearance on the C. U. campus. Their colors are blue and white, and their flower, the violet. Among their campus celebrities are Nancy Phillips, German honorary, Y. W. C. A. and Women ' s Club; Genevieve Skeen, nurse ' s aide; and Genevieve Dergance, sorority president, W. A. A., Panhellenic, House of Representatives and Senate Vocations Committee. Genevieve Dergance Mrs. Spratt 371 ALPHA OMICRON PI OFFICERS MEREDITH HARLAN President JOANNE McCORMICK WOODSIDE Vice-President AUDREY STELMORE Secretary BETTY GINTZ Treasurer MRS. F. E. BEAUMONT House Mother ACTIVES GINTZ, BETTY, ' 43 Nacogdoches, Texas HARLAN, MEREDITH, ' 44 Trinidad, Colorado HEISS, DOROTHY, ' 45 Chicago, Illinois KRACHA, FRANCES. ' 45 Wilmelle. Illinois MARTIN, MAVIS, ' 45 Pueblo, Colorado MURRA Y, CAROLYN, ' 45 Palo Alto, California PRAY, JANE, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado STELMORE, ANDREY, ' 45 Chicago, Illinois TROTTER, MARY, ' 43 Washington, D. C. WOODSIDE, JOANNE, ' 45 Amarillo, Texas WRIGHT, JEANETTE, ' 43 Morrison, Colorado YOUNG, BETTY, ' 43 Estes Park, Colorado PLEDGES BACKLUND, EVA, ' 46 Kiowa, Colorado BEAVER, MARJORIE, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado BEYE, JANE, ' 46 Iowa City, Iowa COTTON, MARIAN, ' 46 Paris, Illinois CROSBY, JEAN, ' 46 Chicago, Illinois DRAKE, MARTHA, ' 46 Fort Morgan. Colorado GREGG, JACKIE, ' 46 Evanslon. Illinois GREY, DOROTHY. ' 46 Evanslon. Illinois HAYES, MARGARET, ' 46 Palo Alio, California HOLMAN. REBECCA, ' 46 Boulder. Colorado OLSON, RUTH ANN, ' 43 Arvada, Colorado PHILLIPS, FLORENCE, ' 46 Detroit, Michigan RICHARDS. CARYL. ' 46 Forest Hills. New York ROCKEY. SUSAN, ' 46 Steamboat Springs. Colorado SNYDER. ELOISE, ' 46. Hardin, Montana VALE, MARY, ' AB Davenport, Iowa Top row Backlund. Beavor, Boye, Cotton, Drake Second row Gintz, Harlan. Hayes. Hoisfl, Holman Third row Kracha. Murray, Olaon. Pray Fourth row Rockey, Snydor, Stelmoro Bottom row Wriqht. Younq ' 78 Meredith Harlan ALPHA OMICRON PI The Alpha Omicron Pi ' s have converted their chapter room into a combination game room and chapter room, and have had it completely redecorated in red and white, their sorority colors, and harmon- izing shades. It is their pleasure to have an A, O. Pi housemother this year. She is Mrs. F. E. Beaumont from Lincoln, Nebraska. Their annual Christmas party given in the wee small hours of the morning was a huge success, and all the razz gifts ex- changed were given to the Children ' s Hos- pital for their Christmas. They were shocked fall quarter by the unexplained disappearance of their little dog mascot, Chi, who was named after the chapter, Chi Delta. The sacred color is cardinal, and the Jacquiminot rose is the flower of the sorority. Prominent among the A. O. Pi ' s are Betty Young— W. A. A., Chairman of Hockey, Stevens ' Club, intramurals, P. E. Club, president of the Senior Council of her sorority, and A. W. S. Vaudeville; Jeannette Wright — Equestrian Club Presi- dent, Women ' s Club, Window Staff and Coloradan; Meredith Harlan — Spur, presi- dent of the A. O. Pi ' s, Y. W. C. A., Women ' s Club, University Extension Speaking, War Speaker ' s Radio Panel, W. A. A. III ill Nil 1 III ■■■■(■ V lllll 1 ■■■•■i IS 1 i m m ■ M Mrs. Beaumont 279 ALPHA PHI OFFICFRS MARJORIE HAGGARD President BETTY MARTIN Vice-President MARGARET ANN COLLINS Secretary AGNES GIBSON Treasurer MRS. LUCY OLWIN House Mother l: Top row Brickham, Buck, Burnard, Collins. Comogys. DoBeukolaor. EUlon Second row FiBh, FrlBbio, Frilz, Gamor. GibHon, Grogson, Gross Third row C. Haggard, M. Haggard, Hay ward, Holtomos. Herbsl, Howoll. Hurich Fourth row A. Jcwoll. M. Jewell, Kondrick. Killoy, Larien, Leroy. Lindsey Filth row Lusby, Martin, Schall, Scoll, Splcer Sixth row Story. Sullivan. Tregollis. Voy«n Bottom row Walker. Whilaker ACTIVES BACHMAN, EDITH, ' 44 Denver, Colorado BRICKHAM, ELEANOR. ' 45 Denver, Colorado BUCK, BLANCHE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado BUNNELL, MARY LOU Evanston, Illinois COLLINS, MARGARET ANN, ' 43 Denver, Colorado COMEGYS, PEGGY, ' 45 La Grange, Illinois DeBEUKELAER, FRANCES, ' 44 Chicago, Illinois ELSTON, TALLULAH, ' 45 Carmel, California FRISBIE, BEVERLY, ' 44 Highland Park, Illinois FRITZ, RITA, ' 43 Medicine Lodge, Kansas GIBSON, AGNES, ' 43 Rocky Ford, Colorado GROSS, MARY, ' 43 Denver, Colorado HAGGARD, MARJORIE, ' 43 Oak Park, niinois HURICH, EMILY, ' 45 Glen Haven, Colorado JEWELL, AILEEN, ' 43 Denver, Colorado KENDRICK, JEAN, ' 45 Kansas City, Missouri KILLEY, BARBARA, ' 44 Western Springs, Illinois LARSEN, MAXINE, ' 44 Thermopolis, Wyoming LUSBY, PATTI, ' 45 Brush, Colorado MARTIN, BETTY, ' 43 Denver, Colorado SCHALL, SHIRLEY, ' 44 Monte Vista, Colorado SCHOMBERG, BARBARA, ' 44 Evanston, Illinois STILLSON, RUTH, ' 44 Denver, Colorado STORY, NANCY, ' 44 Chicago, Illinois TILLARD, HELEN, ' 43 Douglas, Wyoming TINKER, MARYA, ' 44 Baltimore, Maryland VOYEN, MARJORIE, ' 45 Esles Park, Colorado WILKING, NORA, ' 45 Casper, Wyoming ZEUCH, JACOUELINE, ' 43 Detroit. Michigan PLEDGES BURNARD, LOUISE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado FISH, SHIRLEY JEAN, ' 45 Wheatland, Wyoming GAMER, ELSIE JANE, ' 44 Billings, Montana GREGSON, POLLY, ' 46 Chicago, Illinois HAGGARD, KATHERINE, ' 46 Oak Park, Illinois HALL, BILLIE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HAYWARD, LURA, ' 45 Cimarron, New Mexico HELTEMES, JEAN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HERBST, DOROTHY ANN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HOWELL, ADA BETH, ' 46 Denver, Colorado JEWELL, MAURINE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado LEROY, ELAINE, ' 46 Denver. Colorado LINDSEY. JEAN. ' 46 uowners Grove, Illinois SAUL, JO. ' 46 Douglas. Wyoming SCOTT, ANNE ESTELLE. ' 46. Downers Grove, Illinois SPICER, ELEANOR, ' 45 Duluth, Minnesota SULLIVAN, MARY ANN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado TRIPLETT, JOYCE, ' 46 WUmette, Illinois WALKER, IRENE, 46 . Denver, Colorado WHITAKER, ANN ' A ' Fort Collins, Colorado 280 ALPHA PHI Highlighting the year for the sorority was the formation of a new trio . . . Billie Hall, Louise Bernard, and Nancy Story, who have been prominent in many cam- pus events. These aren ' t the only outstanding Alpha Phi ' s, however. All the girls who wear the Greek letters of their fraternity are well known on the C. U. campus. They pre- sented a strong front in intramurals, win- ning the fall quarter badminton champion- ship. One of the gala social events of the year was their fall quarter barn dance, complete with all the farm atmosphere. The lily of the valley and the forget-me- not (especially appropos for the many Alpha Phi ' s who receive mail marked " Free " ) are the sorority flowers, while the colors are silver and bordeaux. Their activity women are numerous and active in many different fields. They in- clude Aileen Jewell . . . Mortar Board, Hesperia, Spur, chemistry assistant, Colo- radan business manager, and Miss Democracy in Miss C. U. ' s court; Mary Gross . . . campus committee woman and assistant business manager of the Colo- radan; Jackie Zeuch . . . Dodo, Spur, Hesperia, Dialectica, Orchesis, Rhythm Circus, and Silver and Gold society co- editor; and Peggy Comegys and Marjorie Voyen, up and coming members of Spur, give assurance that the Alpha Phi tra- dition of B. W. O. C. ' s will continue. B ■: Si B| 5 Sh 1 1 % Mariorie Haggard Mrs. Olwin 281 CHI OMEGA OFFICERS JANE MORGAN President CHARLEEN MULVAY Vice-President JANET BROOKER Secretary HELEN FUNK Treasurer MRS. EDNA BISHOP House Mother FACULTY MEMBER NORMA LaVEGUE ACTIVES ASHBY. JEAN, ' 43 Cedar Rapids, Iowa BEAMER, JUNE, ' 43 Boulder Colorado BROOKER, JANET, ' 43 Grinnell, Iowa CARR, CYNTHIA, ' 45 Denver, Colorado DIXON, JEAN, ' 43 Santa Ana, California DIXON, MARY, ' 44 Santa Ana, California EMMETT, PERSIS, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado FARIS. PATRIQA, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado FISCHER, RUTH, ' 45 Denver, Colorado FOX, BETTY, ' 44 El Paso, Texas FUNK, HELEN, ' 43 Denver, Colorado FURBECK, SARALIE, ' 44 Glen Ellyn, Illinois KAUFMAN, MARLEAH, ' 45 Colorado Springs, Colo. LINDOW, LOUISA, ■44..._ Abilene Texas McCAULEY, PATSY JEAN, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado McCAW, ANNE, ' 45 Denver, Colorado McCAW, BETTY, ' 43 Denver, Colorado MARINOFF, VIVIAN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado MARTIN, LILLA MAY, ' 44 El Paso, Texas MEYER, NANCY, ' 44 Kansas City, Missouri MORGAN, JANE, ' 44 Lombard, Illinois MULLENIX, EMMA JEAN, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado MULVAY, CHARLEEN, ' 43 Pueblo Colorado PICKELL, BONNIE JEAN. ' 44 Sheridan, Wyoming PURCELL, ILA MAE, ' 44 Eaton, Colorado REEDER, JANE, ' 43 Salt Lake City. Utah SHAW, MARY, ' 45 Denver, Colorado SPROD, ESME, ' 43 Meeker Colorado WATT, JEAN, ' 43 Canton. Illinois WILEY, PEGGY, ' 45 Colorado Springs Colorado WILLIAMS, MARY EV, ' 45 Lamar, Colorado WILLIAMS, RUTH, ' 43 Lamar, Colorado WILSON, MARIE, ' 43 Jackson. Mississippi Top row Ashby, Boamor, Bradshaw, Brookor, Cameron, Cardinal, Carr Socond row J. Dixon, M. Dixon, Dudley, Emmoll, FcriB, Fi«chor, Fox Third row French, Funk. Furbock. GriRsom. Jessup, Kinq, Lehman Fourth row Lindow. B. Littler, P. Lilllor, Marinoll, Martin, McCauley, A, McCaw Filth row B, McCaw. J. McCaw. Moyor, Morgan, MuMonix. Mulvay. Patterson Sixth row Pickoll. Perkinn. Purcoll, Shadlord. Shaw, Sprod Bottom row Waqner. Warren, Watt, Wllllamn PLEDGES BENNETTS, SHIRLEY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BETASSO, BETTY RAE, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado BRADSHAW, BOBBE, ' 45 Borger Texas CAMERON, BEITY, 45 Fort Collins, Colorado CARDINAL, PEGGIROE, ' 46 Littleton, Colorado DITTMAN, SHIRLEY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado DUDLEY, MARJORIE, 44 Denver, Colorado FRENCH, BETTE, ' 46 Colorado Springs. Colorado GRISSOM. PAT. ' 46 La Junta. Colorado JESSUP. BARBARA JEAN, ' 45 Elbert. Colorado KING. MARIAN, ' 46 Arlington, Virginia KRINGEL, HELEN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado KROEGER, BARBARA, ' 46 Duranqo. Colorado LEHMAN. LOIS, ' 45 Denison, Iowa LITTLER. BILLIE. ' 46 Elmhurst, Illinois LITTLER. PAT, ' 46 Elmhurst, Illinois MrCAW, JANE ' 43 Denver, Colorado MARTIN, BETTY |0 El Paso, Texas PATTERSON. MARJORIE, ' 44.. Kansas City, Missouri PERKINS, lEANETTE, ' 46 Mitchell, Nebraska READ, MARY, 45 Cheyenne, Wyomino SCHLESSINGER, MURIEL, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colo SHADFORD, ELAINE, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorad, WAGNER, MIRIAM, ' 45 Fort Morgan, Colored. WARREN, IDA MAE, ' 45 Barberton, Ohio I 2MZ CHI OMEGA The Chi Omegas this year are fun-lov- ing as ever and just as ready to participate in their many activities. Last spring their skit won the much coveted first place in the A. W. S. Vaudeville. The Chi O. " Rose Dinner, " one of the favorite events of the year, was held in Boulder because of transportation difficul- ties; but this change in no way diminished the beauty and honor of the affair. Chi Omega dates and friends enjoyed this dinner even more than the last one. Defense is the by-word this year, and the Chi O ' s are doing their part. Many girls are taking defense courses, and the chapter is helping to care for refugee chil- dren. The honored flower of the Chi Omega ' s is the white carnation. Their colors are pale yellow and deep cardinal. Outstanding members include Vivian Marinoff —A. S. U. C, Senate, Spur, Treas- urer of A. W. S., Board of Publications, Panhellenic, Silver and Gold, A. W. S. Vaudeville, A. W. S. Vocational Commit- tee, Chi Omega Rush Captain; Charleen Mulvay — Hesperia, Spur, vice president of Chi Omega, secretar -treasurer of Orche- sis; Ila Mae Purcell — Secretary of A. W. S., Senate, Hesperia, secretary of Sigma Alpha Iota; Jane Morgan — Hesperia, chair- man of A. W. S. vaudeville committee, chairman of A. W. S. loan fund. Senate, president of Chi Omega, Panhellenic. lane Morgan Mrs. Bishop 2S3 DELTA DELTA DELTA OFFICERS ANNE McGOWAN President JEAN SCOGIN Vice-President HENRIETTA THOESON Secretary KAKY HASENAUER Treasurer MRS. THOMAS RYAN House Mother 1 jL r V UiV y im(} W vl ' 0EPH i§i 1 , " ' yS?f Top row Adam«. Alien. Barker. Barnes. Brace, Bridonbauqh. Clapp Second row E. Crosman. M. Crosman. Darby. DoMordaunl. Devalon. Dick. Doughty Third row Ender». Falkenberg. Faraboe. Fletcher. Forner. Gate . Golle Fourth row Grund. Ha« nauer. Horton. J. Johnion. M. Iohn»on. Iohn»lon. King Filth row Krier. Linger. McCarthy. McGowan. Minton. Porter. Rich Sixth row Bigg». Scogin. Sells. Sloon. Stoik. Strain. Taggart Bottom row Tolk. Thayer. Thoeton. Vaughn. Walker FACULTY MEMBERS DEAN BROWN MISS MABEL KANOUSE ACTIVES ADAMS, BETTE, ' 45 Manzanola, Colorado BARKER, MARY LOUISE, " 44 Denver, Colorado BARNES, MAURINE, ' 43 Wichita, Kansas CLAPP, MARIORIE, ' 43 _ Ofer, Utah DAWSON, MILDRED, ' 44 Kansas City, Missouri DeMORDAUNT, PAULINE, ' 45 Pueblo, Colorado DEVALON, ESTHER, ' 43 Denver, Colorado DICK, DOROTHY, ' 44 Walsenburq, Colorado FALKENBERG, JANET, ' 44 Mission, Kansas GATES, JUDY, ' 44 Denver, Colorado GRUND, GLORIA, ' 45 Denver, Colorado HASENAUER, KAKY, ' 43 Denver, Colorado JOHNSON, MARILYN, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado JOHNSTON, KAY, ' 45 La Junta, Colorado KRIER, CAROL, ' 44 Walsenburg, Colorado LINGER, BETTY, ' 45 Hooper, Colorado McCarthy, MYRA jean, ' 45 Soulder, Colorado McGOWAN, ANNE, ' 43 Denver, Colorado MINTON, MARY ANN. ' 45 Dallas, Texas PLACE, DOTTY LOU, ' 44 Evanston, Illinois SCOGIN, JEAN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado SELLS, VIOLA, ' 45 Denver, Colorado SLOAN, ELEANOR, ' 45 Hayden, Colorado STEIK, KATHRYN, ' 44 Upper Montclair, Newr Jersey TAGGART, SARAH, ' 43 Cody, Wyoming THOESON, HENRIETTA, ' 44 Denver, Colorado WALKER, PEGGY, ' 44 Trinidad, Colorado WELLER, THAN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado PLEDGES ALLEN, MARJORIE, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado BRACE, JEAN, ' 45 Kansas City, Missouri BRIDENBAUGH, MARY ALICE, ' 46.. ..Billings, Montana CROSMAN, EDITH, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado CROSMAN, MARGARET LEE, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado DARBY, VIRGINIA, ' 44 Englewood, Colorado DAVIES, PRISCILLA, ' 46 Denver, Colorado DOUGHTY, JANE, ' 46 Springfield, Colorado ENDERS, MARY GRACE. ' 46 Basin, Wyoming FARABEE, BETTY JANE, ' 46 Pueblo. Colorado FLETCHER, JANE. ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado FORNER, JANET, ' 45 Colorado Springs, Colorado GOFFE, JO ANN, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado GRAHAM, SANDY. ' 46 Fort Morgan, Colorado GREGG JANE, ' 46 Loveland, Colorado HORTON, JOYCE. ' 46 Denver, Colorado JOHNSON, JEAN, ' 46 Cheyenne, Wyoming KING, MARCIA, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado LESLIE, BETTY JANE. ' 44 Boulder, Colorado MINTON. CAROLINE, ' 46 Dallas. Texas PORTER, BARBARA. ' 46.. ..Colorado Springs, Colorado RICH, BETTY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado RIGGS, FRANCES, ' 46 Denver, Colorado STRAIN, ANNA MAE, ' 46 La Junta, Colorado TELK, PATTIE, ' 46 Denver. Colorado VAUGHN, NOVELLA. ' 46 Boulder. Colorado 284 DELTA DELTA DELTA The Delta Delta Delta girls returned to school this fall to welcome a new house mother, Mrs. Pearl Ryan and to find their living room newly furnished. This enthusiastic group went into the defense stamp campaign in a big way and hit the hundred dollar mark on their fourth day in charge of the booth. At the fall formal they substituted their record player for an orchestra and used the money to purchase a war bond. Since the beginning of fall quarter eight of the Tri Delta ' s have passed the tradi- tional five pound box of candy to an- nounce their engagements. Phyllis Sells Weller, one of their most outstanding girls was married shortly before she was tapped by Mortar Board last spring quarter. Tri Delta has three Spurs in her Sopho- more class this year: Bette Adams, Betty Linger, and Gloria Grund. The national colors of Delta Delta Delta are silver, gold, and blue. Her flower is the pansy, and her members wear the Stars and Crescent Pin. Outstanding girls in the chapter include Ann McGowan — member of Hesperia, A. S. U. C., Who ' s Who, Committee of Re- ligious Interest, Rhythm Circus, and presi- dent of the sorority; Esther Devalon — society editor of the Silver and Gold, and president of the Home Economics Club; Mary Louise Barker — a member of Spur and Hesperia, President of McKenna Hall, Homecoming Committee, Y. W. C. A. cabi- net, and W. A. A.; Jean Scogin — House of Representatives, Spur, Hesperia, Vice- president of Tri Delta, Silver and Gold staff. Window, A. W. S., and Vaudeville Committee. -■ -1 I Anne McGowan Mrs. Ryan iS5 DELTA GAMMA OFFICERS JANE BEIN Presi dent MARJORIE ERICKSON Vice-President VIRGINIA lOLLEY Secretary MARJORIE ALLEN Treasurer MRS. FRANK SHIPMAN House Mother 286 Top row Allon. Boin. Blomgron. Booth. Casllo. Charlior. Colvin Socond row Curtie. Davia, Driscoll. Duket. Drinkard. ErickBon. Flandora Third row Frooman. Creonawall. Handy. Hatllnqi. Hooloy. Hochboum. lonscn Fourth row lolley. Klinq. A. KniqhI. V. Kniqhl, Krippnor. Lanq. Loo Flhh row Lindsay. Lockwood. Lomai. McDonald, McPhorrln. MIddauqh. Moore Sixth row Jane Mullor. Joan Mullor. Murchy. Noithammor, Norborq. Parlaplano. Phillips Seventh row A. Quarnborq. P. Quarnborq. Rector. Rice. A. Slqvaldion. D. Siqvaldion, Smith Bottom row -Walih. White. Whlteley, Wi.e. Wood FACULTY MEMBERS KATHERINE RUSSELL HENRIETTA REYNOLDS ACTIVES ALLEN, MARGIE, ' 43. Akron. Colorado BEIN, JANE, ' 43 Berthoud, Colorado BLOMGREN, ELAINE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado BOOTH, SHIRLEY, ' 43 River Forest, Illinois CASTLE, POLLYANN, ' 45 Loveland, Colorado CHARTIER, SHIRLEY, ' 43 Denver. Colorado COLVIN. KATHRYN, ' 43 Liberal, Kansas DAVIS, PHYLLIS, ' 43 Denver, Colorado DILLON, PEGGY. ' 45 Boulder, Colorado DRINKARD, MARGARET, ' 45 Denver, Colorado ERICKSON, MARJORIE. ' 43 Denver, Colorado FLANDERS, SARA, ' 43 Longmont. Colorado FREEMAN. ALICE, ' 44 Fort Worth. Texas GREENVi ALT, BETTY LEE, ' 43 Sterling, Colorado HASTINGS, JO ANNE, ' 43 Denver. Colorado HEALEY, HELEN, ' 45 Elgin, Illinois HOCHBAUM. GERTRUDE. ' 44 ' Washington. D. C. JENSEN, ODETTE, ' 43 Dyson. lowra JOLLEY. VIRGINIA, ' 43 Denver, Colorado LINDSAY, VIVIAN, ' 43 Sterling, Colorado McDONALD, JEAN, ' 45 Leadville, Colorado McPHERRIN, MARJORIE, ' 44 Des Moines. Iowa MIDDAUGH, MARJORIE. ' 45 Denver. Colorado MOORE, MARION, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado NIETHAMMER. NONA, ' 44 Casper, Wyoming NORBERG, GLORIA. ' 45 Denver. Colorado PARLAPIANO. MARY JANE. ' 45 Pueblo. Colorado PHILLIPS, PATRICIA, ' 43 Chicago, Illinois OUARNBERG, PAULA, ■43....Rcpid City, South Dakota REED, LOUISE, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado RICE, ALICE. ' 43 Coshocton. Ohio SIGVALDSON, DORIS. ' 43 Longmont. Colorado WHITELEY, BETTY, ' 43 .Denver. Colorado WISE, BETTY, ' 43 ...Denver, Colorado WHITE. FRANNIE. ' 45 West Har.ford. Connecticut PLEDGES BARDWELL. ELLEN, ' 46 Denver. Colorado CURTZE, JANE, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado : RISCOLL. KATHLEEN, ' 44 Rapid City. So. Dakota IIKES. GRETCHEN, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado liANDY, BYE, ' 46 Greeley. Colorado JOHNSTON, GEORGIANNE. ' 46 Boulder, Colorado KLING, CAROL, ' 48 Oak Park, Illinois KNIGHT. ALISRENE, ' 44 Elgin. Illinois KNIGHT. VIRGINIA. ' 44 Elgin. Illinois KRUIDENIER, SUE. 45 Indian Trail Farm. Waukee. lo. KRIPPNER. ANN. ' 44 Denver. Colorado LANG, BARBARA, ' 45 Ovid, Colorado LEE, PHYLLIS, ' 46 Denver. Colorado LEONARD. EDITH, ' 46 Denver, Colorado LOCKWOOD. POLLY. ' 45 Grosse Pointe Farms. Mich. LOMAS, LOUISE, ' 45 Red Oak. Iowa MULLER. JANE. ' 46 Denver. Colorado MULLER. JOAN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado MURCHY, MARTHA JEAN, ' 44 Fori Morgan, Colorado OUARNBERG. ADELE. ' 46 Rapid City. South Dakota RECTOR. VIRGINIA. ' 45 Omaha, Nebraska SANBORN, MARJORY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado SIGVALDSON, ALICE RUTH. ' 46 Longmont. Colorado SMPTH. BEMTE BFLLE. ' 46 Palo Alto. Calilomla WALSH. BARBARA. ' 46 Denver. Colorado WOOD, MARCIA. ' 44 Fonda, Iowa DELTA GAMMA The marathonic controversy over the Delt and Chi Psi dates maintained its usual prominence in the Dee Gee house this year. Added to this were the three new cooks in the first four weeks of the second quar- ter. Then the girls settled down to enjoy their new drapes and chairs in all the bed- rooms, and the living room rug presented by the alums and the Mothers ' Club. This year these girls proved themselves athletes in winning the ping pong, basket- ball, swimming and volleyball tourna- ments. They claim also as one of their members Betty Whiteley, W. A. A. presi- dent. The girls who wear the golden anchor would have to have a housemother named Shipman. Bronze, pink and blue are the sorority colors, while the pearl white rose is their flower. Delta Gammas also play an active role in campus life, as can be seen by: Sara Flanders — president of A. W. S., President of Panhellenic, Mortar Board, Hesperia, Spur, Miss C. U., junior Phi Beta, Who ' s Who for two years. Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Sigma lota. Pacesetter and W. A. A.; Elaine Blomgren — Coloradan assistant edi- tor, Dodo associate editor. Spur, Hesperia, C. U. Days Committee, Homecoming Com- mittee, W. A. A., Porpoise, Rhythm Circus, Y. W. C. A., Pacesetter; Gloria Norberg — Spur, W. A. A. board, Coloradan, Porpoise, Orchisis, Freshman Prom Committee; Ellen Bardwell — Coloradan, Rhythm Circus, in- tramurals, U. W. C, Dodo; and Marjorie Allen — president of Harding Hall, Miss Initiative, associate editor of the Window, Hesperia, Spur, A. W. S., Defense Council, Triad, U. W. C. Bsj i k 1 i t H Jane Bein Mrs. Shipman 287 DELTA PHI EPSILON OFFICERS ELEANOR COHAN President GLADYS SILVERBERG Vice-President ZELDA LASKY . Secretary ROSALIE WERTHEIMER Treasurer MRS. L. V. WEIST House Mother k ' V Top row Bock, BroolcH, BuHiol, Cohan Sacond row- Frankol, Lasky. MarqollB, Millor Third row — Rosenberq. Roienlhal, Sllverberq. Sllvsriorb Bottom row Sloin. Werthoimer ACTIVES BECK, ELAINE, ' 45 Denver, Colorado BROIDA, MATHILDE WIESMAN, ' 45 Denver, Colo. BROOKS, MARCIA, ' 44 Denver, Colorado COHAN, ELEANOR, ' 43 Denver, Colorado FRANKEL, JOSEPHINE, ' 43 Denver, Colorado LASKY, ZELDA, ' 45 Denver, Colorado MARGOLIS, BERNICE, ' 43 Larned, Kansas MILLER, BETTY JEANNE, ' 45 Denver, Colorado ROSENBERG, ADREA ROBBINS, ' 43 Denver, Colo. ROSENTHAL, EVELYN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado SILVERBERG, GLADYS, ' 43 Denver. Colorado SOMMER, BELLE, ' 44 Omaha, Nebraska V ERTHEIKER, ROSALIE, ' 44 St. Joseph, Missouri PLEDGES BUSIEL, MIRIAM, ' 45 Colorado Springs. Colorado KAUFMAN, ELAINE, ■45 St. Joseph. Missouri LEISER, MARIAN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado ROCKLER, IRIS, ' 46 Chicago, Illinois SILVERFORB, ANNABELLE, ' 45 Kansas City, Mo. SPIEGLEMAN, RUTH, ' 46 Denver, Colorado STEIN, FLORA, ' 45 Pasadena. California TRILLING, DELORES, ' 46 Denver, Colorado 288 DELTA PHI EPSILON The girls of Delta Phi Epsilon proudly- introduced their new house mother, Miss Lillie V. Weist, to the campus at a fall tea. They are pleased to point to the facts that they won the gavel award from National for their outstanding scrap book and that they had the highest scholastic average among the campus sororities fall quarter. National Delta Phi Epsilon was founded at New York University in 1917, and Colo- rado Delta Beta chapter, the newest of the University sororities, was initiated into the national group in 1940. The sorority flower, the pansy, reflects the D. Phi E. colors, purple and gold. The girls wear a triangle of gold, surrounded by pearls, with a black enamel center on which are engraved the Greek letters of the sorority. Although the sorority is young, it boasts of many girls outstanding in campus affairs. D. Phi E. leaders include Adrea Robbins Rosenberg, chapter president last year. Delta Sigma Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Beta Kappa, Religious Interest Com- mittee, Varsity Debate Squad and chair- man of the Student Speakers ' Bureau; Bernice Margolis, Varsity Debate Squad, member of the executive committee of Civilian Morale Speakers ' Bureau, Phi Gamma Mu, University Women ' s Club, Y. W. C. A. and Dialectica; Eleanor Cohan, this year ' s chapter president, Interchurch Council, secretary-treasurer of Dialectica, secretary of Phi Gamma Mu, Civilian Morale Speakers ' Bureau and outstanding in inter-fraternity debate; and Rosalie Wertheimer, Little Theatre, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Window, Spur and Silver and Gold. Eleanor Cohan Mrs. Weist KAPPA ALPHA THETA OFFICERS B.A.JOHNSON President BETTY BURKE Vice-President MARY RUTH LEEKLEY Secretary GWEN CROSSWHITE Treasurer MRS. FRANCES SHUMAKER House Mother Top row Auner, Bosworth, Broquol. Burko, Crysler, CroHBwhito, Elliot Second row Grant, Grittithii, Holdoman, Halo, Johnson, KoIbo. Kooper Third row Law, LoCrono, Loekloy. Lion, Lindholm, McCormick, Miosse Fourth row Mooro, Muir, Patrick. Poarson, Rodmond. Rodman. Rouse Fifth row Rick, Rathlon, Schwind. Shalfor. Shanloy, Sinnotl. M. Smith Sixth row N. Smith. Snydor, Staullor. Stophonnon. Stewart. Strain Bottom row Swoot, Thomas. Tesdel), Tirrell, Van Arsdalo ACTIVES ARMSTRONG. PATRICIA, ' 44 Berkeley, California BURKE, BETTY, ' 43 Craig, Colorado COULTER, ANN, ' 43 Winnelka, Illinois CROSSWHITE, GWEN, ' 43 Sterling, Colorado ELLIOT, MARY JEAN, ' 43 Sioux Falls, South Dakota HALE. BARBARA, ' 45 Chicago, Illinois JOHNSON, BARBARA ANN. ' 44 Denver, Colorado KELSO, MARIETTA, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado LEEKLEY, MARY RUTH, ' 44 Milwaukee, Wisconsin LIEN, LOIS, ' 45 Denver, Colorado MacDOUGALL, MARY, ' 43 LongmonI, Colorado McCORMICK, BARBARA, ' 44 Topeka, Kansas MIESSE, JEANNE, ' 44 Springfield, Ohio MOORE, JANE ' 45 Mattoon, Illinois PEARSON, ALICE, ' 44 Evanston, Illinois REDMOND, CAROL, ' 45 Sterling, Colorado RICK, GLORIA, ' 44 St. Louis, Missouri RODMAN, PRISCILLA, ' 44 Denver, Colorado ROSS, EMMY LOU, ' 44 Wichita, Kansas SHANLEY, PATRICIA, ' 44 Long Beach, California SINNETT, TONI, ' 44 Evanston, Illinois SMITH, MYRA, ' 44 Tribune, Kansas SMITH, NATALIE, ' 43 Carlsbad. New Mexico SWEET, PATRICIA, ' 43 Topeka, Kansas TESDELL, DOROTHY, ' 45 Denver, Colorado THOMAS, ELEANOR, ' 44 Canon City. Colorado VAN ARSDALE, PATRICIA. ' 45 Kenilworth. Illinois PLEDGES ARMSTRONG, NANCY, ' 46 Highland Park. Illinois AUNER. JOSEPHINE, ' 46 Des Moines, Iowa BOSWORTH, ANN. ' 46 Corvalis, Oregon BUCKLER. ANNE, ' 46 Pampa, Texas BROOUET. JACQUELINE, ' 45 Norton, Kansas CRYSLER, MILDRED, ' 46 Englewood, Colorado ELLIS, JANE, ' 45 Griswold, Iowa GRANT, DOROTHY, ' 45 Long Beach, California GRIFFITHS, MARTHA ANN, ■46..Canon City. Colorado HOLDEMAN, JEAN, ' 44 York, Nebraska KOEPER. DOROTHY, ' 46 Fort Collins, Colorado LAW, ANABEL, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado LE CRONE BETTE, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado LINDHOLM, PHYLIS, ' 45 Great Falls. Montana MUIR, PATRICIA, ' 46 Santa Fe, New Mexico PATRICK. PATRICIA ANN. ' 46 Portland. Oregon RATHFON. JEANNE, ' 45 Sugar Loaf, Colorado ROUSE, MARTHA, ' 45 Chicago, Illinois SCHWIND, SUE, ' 46 Davenport, Iowa SHAFFER. FLORENCE. ' 46 Spencer. Iowa SNYDER, PHYLLIS. ' 44 Mason City, Iowa STAUFFER. DOROTHY, ' 44 Kansas City, Missouri STEPHENSON, MARILYN, ' 46 Littleton, Colorado STEWART, M. JEANNE. ' 45 Medlord. Oklahoma STEVENS, MARIORIE, ' 44 Davenport. Iowa STRAIN. MARY JEAN. ' 45 Great Falls. Montana TIRRELL. MARJORIE. ' 46 Denver. Colorado TOMLINSON. BETTY. ' 46 Ardmore. Oklahoma WHIPPLE, VIRGINIA. ' 46 Canon City, Colorado UO KAPPA ALPHA THETA Did you say that there is a shortage of men? Well, eight marriages and nine engagements were announced to the Kappa Alpha Thetas this year, while there were only five marriages and two engage- ments last year. Every one is anxiously awaiting the Senior Breakfast during spring quarter where, after the will and prophecy are read, more engagements will probably be announced. Kat sup, the traditional party where the actives must succumb to the whims of the pledges, this year was a circus. The actives had to come dressed as circus per- formers, and were dragged to the Sigma Chi house in character. The party ended in a showering of both pledges and actives. The chosen colors of the Thetas are black and gold. These are reflected in their flower, the black and gold pansy. Among the outstanding Thetas are Gwen Crosswhite — secretary to the board of directors of the Rhythm Circus, A.W.S. Vaudeville committee. Pi Gamma Mu, and treasurer of Kappa Alpha Theta; Pat Sweet — Pacesetter, Religious Interests committee, Colorado Engineer, housemanager; B. A. Johnson — treasurer of Panhellenic, Little Theatre make-up committee, Y. W. C. A., Theta president; Lois Lien — Spur, secretary Y. W. C. A., Coloradan. B. A. lohnson Mrs. Shumaker 291 KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA OFFICERS KATE TAYLOR President KATHRYN PEABODY Vice-President MARGARET GILMOUR Secretary BETTY CUNNINGHAM Treasurer MRS. JARVIS RICHARDS House Mother (W i 292 Top row Anderion. Bakor, Barber. Bennell, Brockway, Cralt, Cramer Second row Cross, Cunninqham. Daniols, Dydo, Eastman, Frood, Gilmour Third row Graves. Grilfilhs, Harl. Hallrick. Hawkinson. Hoim. Hickoy Fourlh row loan Hillikor. Judy Hlllikor. Hill. Holler. Horn. lies. Ireland Fillh row Lascelles, Nllsson, O ' Neal. O ' Rouke. Payne. Peabody. Plaits Sixth row Pratt. Prey. Putorbauqh. Schureman. Shanesy. Slaqlo. Spore Seventh row Stapp. Stone. Taylor. Van VIeol. Warner. Webb Bottom row Wobor, Weiser. Welch. Winn FACULTY DOROTHY MARTIN IRENE McKEEHAN ACTIVES BARBER. SALLY. ' 43 Brighton, Colorado BENNETT. BARBARA, ' 44 Memphis, Tennessee BLISS, JANE, ' 43 Albuquerque, New Mexico CRAFTS. BARBARA, ' 43 EIgm, lUmois CROSS, MARJORIE, ' 45 Fort Collins, Colorado CUNNINGHAM, BETTY, ' 44 Denver. Colorado DANIELS. PATRICIA, ' 43 Denver, Colorado DYDE, JANE, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado EASTMAN, MARY lO, ' 43 Kansas City, Missouri FOLSOM, ANNE FERRIL, ' 43 Denver, Colorado FREED. KATHRYN. ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado GILMOUR, MARGARET, ' 43 Denver, Colorado HARL, SUZANNE, ' 45 Denver, Colorado HATTRICK. ELIZABETH, ' 45 „ Denver, Colorado HAWKINSON. MARY, ' 45 Larned, Kansas HICKEY, MARGERY, ' 44 Denver, Colorado HILLIKER, JOAN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado HITT, MARY ALICE, ' 45 LongmonI, Colorado IRELAND, EDITH, ' 44 Denver, Colorado MOYNIHAN, PEGGY, ' 43 Montrose, Colorado PEABODY. KATHRYN, ' 44 _ Denver, Colorado PLATTS, VIRGINIA, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado RATH, REBECCA, ' 43 Waterloo, Iowa SCHUREMAN, THANET, ' 44 Fort Collins, Colorado SHANESY, SUZANNE, ' 44 Evanslon, Illinois SLAGLE. DOROTHY ANN, ' 44 Detroit, Michigan SPORE, ZINETTE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado TALLMAN, lOAN, ' 45 Decatur, Illinois TAYLOR, KATE. ' 43 Columbus. Nebraska VAN VLEET. BETTY. ' 43 Denver, Colorado WARNER, MARCIA, ' 43 Denver, Colorado WEBB, TEASLEY, ' 45 Jefferson Barracks, Missouri WELCH, BARBARA, ' 45 Boulder. Colorado WEISER, MARIORIE, ' 44 Houston, Texas WILSON, SUZANNE, ' 45 Denver, Colorado WINN, MARIELLEN, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado PLEDGES ANDERSON, SUZANNE, Ab ARNOLD. SARAH lANE, ' 46 BAKER. BEVERLEY ANN, ' 45 BROCKWAY, BERTA RUTH. 46 COXHEAD, MARILYN, ' 46 CRAMER, CORINNE, ' 46 GILMOUR, HELEN, ' 45 GRAVES, BARBARA, ' 46 GRIFFITH. MARY lANE, ' 46 HEIM, GERALDINE. ' 44 HILLIKER. JUDITH. ' 46 HOLTER. CARYL. ' 46 ILES, TAMMA, ' 46 LASCELLES, ANNE, ' 4S MacLELLAN. JEAN. ' 40 NILSSON, MARY. ' 45 O NEAL, PEGGY. ' 44 OROUKE. PATSY, ' 45 PAYNE. BARBARA, ' 45 PRATT lOAN, ' 46 PREY, PATSY. ' 46 PUTERBAUGH. KATHRYN. t. STAPP lOAN, ' 46 STONE DIANE. ' 46 STRATTON, JEAN, ' 46 WATERS, RITA GRAC! WEBER, ALDA MAE, . Denver, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Denver, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Denver. Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Grand Junction, Colorado Keichum, Idaho Tulsa, Oklahoma Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado . Craig, Colorado Chicago, Illinois Highland Park, Illinois Denver, Colorado Pueblo, Colorado Denver. Colorado Omaha. Nebraska Idaho Springs. Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Denver, Colorado lado Sprmgs, Colorado Boulder, Colorado KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA The Kappa Kappa Gammas are again among the champions this year. Their skit won first prize in the latest A. W. S. Vaudeville and they are the proud holders of the Intramural Horseshoe champion- ship. The " Gold Rush " dance, held annually winter quarter, was an even greater suc- cess than usual. The Kappas are very prominent in the Rhythm Circus. Betty Cunningham is dance director, and Katy Peabody publicity chairman, while fifteen others are taking part. Dark blue and light blue are the chosen colors. The Fleur-de-lis is the Kappa flower. Some of the outstanding Kappas on the campus are Jane Dyde — president of Pan- hellenic; Kate Peabody — A. W. S. Housing Chairman, publicity director of Rythm Circus, Hesperia; Kay Freed — President of Y. W. C. A., Little Theatre, Hesperia; Marcia Warner — president of Mortar Board, Hesperia, Spur. Kate Taylor Mrs. Richards 29a PI BETA PHI OFFICERS MARTHA OUIGLEY President JOAN DRINKWATER Vice-President SHIRLEY CUNNINGHAM.Recording Secretary BETTY ANN GREIM Treasurer MRS. MAY R. TYLER House Mother fwrnff Top row Abel. Allord. ArlBten. Boally. Buchanan. Campbell, Carlson Second row Cunnlnqham. Currlqan, Doudon, Fiihel. GilloBpio. Gillis. Green Third row Croim. Hilton. Huqho . Hunllnqlon. Hylan. Johnalon. Kirkpatrick Fourth row Lill. Litlol. McCauloy, Millikan. Nielsen. Olmslead. Poole Filth row Quiqioy, Reynoldi. Rowe. Rou. Shrader Sixth row Snyder. Sleinbrocker. Taylor. Weldon Bottom row Wilion. Zurlck FACULTY IDA L. SWAYNE REBECCA VAILLE ACTIVES ALFORD, HELEN, ' 43 Fort Collins, Colorado BRACKENBURY, BARBARA, ' 44 Fort Collins, Colorado BRADT, VIRGINIA, ' 43 Evanston, Illinois BUCHANAN, BARBARA, ' 45 Evergreen, Colorado CARLSON, SUE, ' 44 Aurora, Illinois COLTER, KATHLEEN, ' 43 Springerville, Arizona CUNNINGHAM, SHIRLEY, ' 43 Houston, Texas CURRIGAN, MARY EVELYN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado DODSON, BETTY, ' 45 Hayward, California DRINKWATER, JOAN, ' 43 Pasadena, Cahlornia DUCY, PAT, ' 45 Pueblo, Colorado EGAN, HELEN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado GILLESPIE, RUTH, ' 45 Denver, Colorado GILLIS, VIRGINIA, ' 43 Denver, Colorado GREIM, BE1TY ANN, ' 43 Denver, Colorado HAMER, JEANNE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado HAWES, BETTY LOVE, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado HILTON, VIRGINIA, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado HUNTINGTON, SHIRLEY, ' 45 Denver, Colorado HYLAN, JUNE, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado JOHNSTON, MARY LOU, ' 45 Denver, Colorado KIRKPATRICK, GEORGIA, ' 45 V alsenburg, Colorado LITTEL, ELAINE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado McCAULEY, EILEEN, ' 45 _ Denver, Colorado MILLIKAN, CHARLINE, ' 45 Tulsa, Oklahoma NAUGLE, LAURA, ' 44 Sterling, Colorado NIELSEN, JEAN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado NOWELL, ANN, ' 44 Evanston, Illinois OWEN, BARBARA, ' 44 Arvada, Colorado POOL, KATHRIN, ' 44 Evanston, Illinois OUIGLEY, MARTHA, " 43 Denver, Colorado REED, KATHRYN, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado REYNOLDS, HELENE, ' 45 Lonqmont, Colorado ROSS, ELEANORE, ' 45 Denver. Colorado SHRADER, BETTY JEAN, " 45 Denver, Colorado SNYDER, ANN, ' 43 Kenosha, Wisconsin ZUHICK. JEAN MARIE, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PLEDGES ABEL, MARGARET, 44 Pueblo, Colorado ARFSTEN, GLORIA, ' 46 „ Denver, Colorado BANE, ISOBEL, ' Grad Denver, Colorado BEATTY, MARGARET, ' 45 _ Monianola, Colorado BLAKE, VIRGINIA, ' 46 _ Wichita, Kansas CAMPBELL, MARJORIE, ' 46 Long Beach, Cahlornia DOUDEN, CATHERINE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado FISHEL, JEANNE, ' 46 Denver, Col orado GREEN, MARY ANN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado HUGHES, JACQUELINE, ' 44 Council Blulls, Iowa LILL, JEAN, ' 46 _ Denver, Colorado NEWMAN, CAROL, ' 46 _ „ Denver, Colorado OLMSTED, NADINE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado ROWE, MARY JANE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado STANLEY, DORIS, ' 46 . Denver, Colorado STEINBRECKER. BONNIE, 46 Evanston, Illinois TAYLOR, VIRGINIA, 46 Denver. Colorado WILSON, MEDORA, ' 46 Denver, Colorado WELDON, MARGARET, ' 46 Los Anqeles. Calllornia ' 294 PI BETA PHI The Pi Phi ' s have been very active in defense work this year. They have enter- tained the Lowry Field cadets, the Japan- ese Language School students, and the sailors stationed on the campus. Red Cross and defense courses have helped keep them busy, but not too busy to win the Stoolman Vase, the award of the Pi Beta Phi Grand Council for the second most outstanding chapter in the country. The winter quarter formal was a " Sup- pressed Desire " dance. Everyone agreed that it was one of the most enjoyable dances on the hill. We are regretful to say, however, that the annual snowball fight with the Sig Alphs turned out to be a brawl. The Pi Phi ' s claim blue and wine as their colors. Among the prominent Pi Phi ' s are Betty Ann Greim — vice president of A. W. S., W. A. A. Board; Barbara Buchanan — Homecoming Queen; Bobbie Owen, Hes- peria president. Martha Quigley Mis. Tyler 295 UNIVERSITY WOMEN S CLUB OFFICERS MARILYN OLDLAND President BETTY SNOW Vice-President ILENE DAVIDSON Secretary DOROTHY SCOTT Treasurer MRS. NEVA LEARY House Mother FACULTY LYDIA L. BROWN REBECCA VAILLE HOUSE MEMBERS BERGOUIST, JEAN, ' 44 Oshkosh, Nebraska BUSH, MARY ELIZABETH, ' 43 Grand Junction, Colorado DAVIDSON, ILENE, ' 43 Alliance, Nebraska HEPPELWHITE, ELIZABETH, ' 45 Walsenburg, Colorado KELLY, MARY LOU, ' 43 Goldfield, Iowa MacDONALD, BETTY, ' 43 Glenwood Springs, Colorado MADDOCK, MURIEL, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado MERRILL, PATRICIA, ' 43 Des Moines, Iowa MOSLEY, MARY, ' 45 Colorado Springs, Colorado OGIER, FRANCES, ' 43 North Platte, Nebraska OLDLAND, MARILYN, ' 43 Meeker, Colorado PARKER. CATHERINE, ' 44 Delta, Colorado ROBBINS, NATALIE, ' 44 Ridgewood, New Jersey ROMANO, PHILOMENA, ' 45 Lafayette, Colorado SCOTT, DOROTHY, ' 43 WARING, LILA, ' 43 Denver, Colorado Geneva, Nebraska Top BorgquiHt. BuhH, Davidson. Hopplowhilo Socond row Kolly. Maddock, Moaloy, Oqisr Third row Oldlond. Parkrr. Romano, Scoll Bollom row- Waring, Wommer, Woodi WOMMER, MARTHA, ' 44 Durango, Colorado WOODS. LOUISE, ' 44 Kansas City, Missouri 296 Marilyn Oldland UNIVERSITY WOMEN S CLUB Overlooking Varsity Lake stands the University Women ' s Club which houses eighteen girls, all officers of the club. The University Women ' s Club is one of the outstanding social organizations on cam- pus, having an all-campus membership of over three hundred girls. The attractive club house which acts as activities head- quarters, was built by funds given by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McKenna and a grant from the P. W. A. This is a rather unique unit in that the girls are a compact group among themselves, also acting as the backbone for the more inclusive organiza- tion. Leaders of the group include Marilyn Oldland, President, Treasurer of Mortar Board and Secretary of A. S. U. C, Miss Dependability; Frances Ogier, Chairman of Y. W. C. A. Big and Little Sister Group; Muriel Maddock, Treasurer of the Barbs; and Phil Romano, House of Representa- tives member. Mrs. Leary 297 PAN-HELLENIC Alpha Chi Omega CAROLYN COBB VIRGINIA JAGGERS Alpha Delta Pi GENEVIEVE DERGANCE HARRIET MILLER Alpha Omicron Pi MERIDETH HARLAN • CAROLYN MURRAY Aloha Phi MARJORIE HAGGARD AILEEN JEWELL Chi Omega JANE MORGAN VIVIAN MARINOFF Deha Deha Delta ANNE McGOWAN MARY LOUISE BARKER Deha Gamma JANE BEIN JOANNE HASTINGS Deha Phi Epsilon ELEANOR COHAN JOSEPHINE FRANKLE Kappa Alpha Theta BARBARA ANNE JOHNSON PRISCILLA RODMAN Kappa Kappa Gamma KATE TAYLOR EDITH IRELAND Pi Beta Phi MARTHA QUIGLEY ° VIRGINIA GILLIS Standing — Bein. Miller, Cohen, Murray, McGowan, Franklc, loggers, Johnson, Taylor, Littell, Hickey Seated — Dergance, Dyde, Dean Brown, Cobb, McCormack Bottom row — Kracha, Marinoil. Morgan. Grund 298 INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL Acacia DICK McCOSH Alpha Tau Omega WESLEY WALLACE Beta Theta Pi BILL PADDOCK Chi Psi PHILLIP JENSEN Delta Sigma Phi EARL SHELTON Delta Tau Delta LENNY TRIPP Kappa Sigma DAN ROCHE Phi Deha Theta WALLY DE BEQUE Phi Gamma Delta BOB KIRCHNER Phi Kappa Tau FRANK WARREN Phi Sigma Delta FLOYD SALIMAN Pi Kappa Alpha HARRY WRIGHT Sigma Alpha Epsilon DON HARDIN Sigma Chi BOB STETSON Sigma Nu CLARK SHIMEALL Standing — Dean Carlson, Purinton, Kirchner, Tripp, Jensen, Shellon, Paddock Claudis. Saliman, McCosh, William, deBeque Seated — Haidin, Roche, Stetson, Wright 299 ACACIA OFFICERS RICHARD E. McCOSH President HERBERT E. JOHNSON Vice-President J. EARL LAKE Secretary WILLIAM F. UTLAUT Treasurer MRS. C. E. BOCOCK House Mother _ =3 .,...-:;j: ' - ' ? ' nfCiytK Q- r- rs ,o f o, Top row- Asgian. filakoy. Borman, Choun. Cooko Socond row Eckol. Foslor, Gurloy. Honna. ]. Hurloy Third row Johnson. Krioqor, Lako. McCoih, McNeil Fourth row Ruik. Slaloy. Utiaut Bottom row Waqqonor, Wlch FAC William R. Arthur Hamilton I. Barnard John S. Bouslog Ralph W. Danielson Paul M. Dean Roderick L. Downing Clarence L. Eckel Alexander Grant William L. Hull Horace A. Jones ULTY Robert C. Lewis Hugh E. McMillen Edward R. Mugrage Norman A. Parker William H. Thoman Charles A. Wagner Homer C. Washburn Richard W. Whitehead Norman F. Witt ACTIVES BORlvlAN, ARTHUR, 44 Denver, Colorado BRUNER, RICHARD, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado CHOUN, JOSEPH, ' 44 Denver, Colorado COOKE, SHELBY, ' 45 Denver, Colorado ECKEL, ROBERT, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado GLENN, CHARLES, ' 46 Salida, Colorado HANNA, WILLIAM, ' 43 Berthoud, Colorado HURLEY, GRANT, ' 46 Alamosa, Colorado HURLEY, JAMES, ' 45 Alamosa, Colorado JOHNSON, HERBERT, ' 45 Denver, Colorado LAKE, EARL, ' 43 Enqlewood, Colorado McCOSH, RICHARD, ' 44 Denver, Colorado McNEIL, ELBERT, ' 45 Satanta, Kansas RUSK, DAVID, ' 43 Amarillo, Texas STALEY, JAMES, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado UTLAUT, WILLIAM, ' 44 Sterling, Colorado WAGGENER, JOHN, ' 45 Berthoud, Colorado WICH, HAROLD, ' 43 Wellington, Colorado WRIGHT, WILLIAMS, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PLEDGES ASGIAN, CHARLES, 46 Elmhursl, Long Island, N. Y. BLAKEY, JOHN, ' 45 Wauw atosa, Wisconsin CHEPELENKO, FRED, ' 44 Lafayette, Colorado COOPER, KENNETH, ' 46 Denver, Colorado DAUM, ARVIN, ' 46 Huron. South Dakota FELKNER. HARNETT, ' 46 Sterling, Colorado FOSTER, CLYDE, ' 46 Long Beach, California GATCHELL, DALE, ' 46 Arvada, Colorado GURLEY. JAMES, ' 46 „ St. Louis, Missouri KREMER, JOEL, ' 46 Denver, Colorado KRIEGER, CLARENCE, ' 45 Denver, Colorado NOBLE, JACK. AA Longmont, Colorado 300 I ACACIA Twice the members of the fraternity ap- peared almost en masse for donations to the blood bank of the Red Cross this year. A more active role has been played by the number of their members in the Service and by those in essential war industries. The annual Nut Party was the outstand- ing feature of the season for the Acacia men and their dates. Representatives of everything from soup to nuts were present. Mother Bocock is their efficient and much-loved house mother, who enter- tained at a tea for the announcement of the engagement of one of their members. Prior to initiation, it is a fraternity cus- tom to send members of their pledge class to various sorority houses to entertain the girls. Versatilities in campus activities in- clude: Bill Hanna, Sigma Tau . . . Eta Kappa Nu . . . and business manager of the Colorado Engineer; and Bill Utlaut, Eta Kappa Nu . . . Phi Mu Epsilon . . . and chapter house manager; Harold Wich, Eta Kappa Nu . . . social chairman for the chapter ... A. I. E. E. Richard McCosh Mrs. Bocock 301 ALPHA TAU OMEGA OFFICERS WESTEL WALLACE President JAMES BARBER Vice-President WILLIAM LUZAN Secretary KENNETH OWENS House Manager MRS. HAL C. GREENBURG House Mother inflpo (ft f5 1 1 Top row Alloy. Appol. Barber, Barr, Bcnnoll. Carmack Second row Cobulski. Chance. Child. Davis. Ellin. Fouler Third row Grlllith, Horlnoky. Hollman. Hoqan. Howard. Hunt Tourlh row Luxan. Loydon. McKniqhI. Merrill. Owcni Fillh row Raqle. Rood. Rovira Bollom row Wallace, WilUami - ' t i ' - i..: tj jt c?-- ' .7- .- FACULTY WILLIAM FISHER ACTIVES APPEL, WALTER, ' 43 Denver, Colorado BARBER, JAMES, ' 44 Denver, Colorado BARBER, RICHARD, ' 45 Denver, Colorado BARR, DICK, ' 45 Colorado Springs, Colorado CHANCE, EMERSON, ' 46 Colby, Kansas CHILD, ROBERT, ' 45 Chicago, Illinois CURTIS, WILLIAM, ' 43 Denver, Colorado ELLIS, WILLIAM, ' 45 Denver, Colorado FOSTER, WAYNE, ' 43 Nunn, Colorado HOGAN, RAYMOND, ' 45 Hardin, Montana HOWARD, HAMPTON, ' 44 Littleton, Colorado LUZAN, WILLIAM, ' 44 Hock Springs, Wyoming MERRITT, ROBERT, ' 44 Denver, Colorado OWENS, KENNETH, ' 45 Denver. Colorado REED, RALPH, ' 45 Denver. Colorado WALLACE, WESTEL, ' 44 Denver, Colorado WILKINSON, ROBERT, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado PLEDGES ALLEY. PAUL, ' 46 Colorado Springs. Colorado BENNETT, CHAUNCEY, ' 46. ..Grand Rapids, Michigan CARMACK, JOHN, ' 46 Esles Park, Colorado CEBULSKI, STANLEY, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado CLINE, RICHARD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado DAVIS, JOHN, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado GRIFFITH, HARVEY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HERTNEKY, EDWIN, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado HOFFMAN, RICHARD, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado HOUSE, HOWARD, ' 45 Denver. Colorado HUNT, GEORGE. ' 44 Madison. Wisconsin JENNINGS. WILLIAM. ' 46 Denver, Colorado LEYDON, ROBERT, ' 45 Denver, Colorado McKNIGHT. ROBERT, ' 46....Colorado Springs, Colorado ; MARSHALL. DEVON, ' 46 Rock Springs, Wyoming I RAGLE. LOGAN, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado | ROVIRA, LUIS. ' 46 Rutherford, New Jersey i WELTNER, WILLIAM. ' 46 Akron, Ohio ! WILLIAMS. KEITH. ' 46 Boulder, Colorado : w£ ALPHA TAU OMEGA Among the most famous and outstand- ing traditions of the chapter is the annual alumni " beer bust, " when all former A. T. O. ' s return to join in the best frolic of the year. The fraternity has its own beer garden in the backyard. Later on the Kid Party is h eld, and the boys and their dates revert to childhood days for an evening. Another tradition is the age-old fight with the Sig Alphs. That the A. T. O. ' s are bridge fiends is proved by the two bridge games always to be found going on in the living room. Their house mother is very privileged in being allowed to live on the second floor. In 1865 Alpha Tau Omega was founded at the Virginia Military Institute, and thirly- six years later was established on the C. U. campus. Its colors are blue and gold, and its flower the white tea rose. The maltese cross, symbol of A. T. O., is worn by many men and a number of girls both in Boulder and all over the country. Jim Barber is one of the members of whom the fraternity is extremely proud. He has made almost a straight three-point average since he has been on the campus, is president of Alpha Epsilon Delta, is a big intramural man (handball champion) and is famous for being quite a socialite. Walter Appel is associate editor of the S G, assistant editor of the Colorado Engineer and of the Dodo, a member of Sigma Pi Sigma, Oar and Chain, the Engi- neers ' Ball committee and the C. U. Days committee, and rush chairman of A. T. O. Westel Wallace Mrs. Greenburg 303 BETA THETA PI OFFICERS THOMAS DOAR President ROBERT R. KNOWLES Vice-President BRUCE HOLMES „ Secretary ROBERT FENNER Treasurer MRS. EDYTHE CARRELL House Mother Hi S 1 » 9 1 ' ( r 9 rj D. a a 23Mm f Cr rr ,. CJ Top row- Anderson, J. ABplnwall. W. Aspinwall. Beln, Bowos, Brownlor, Brodorick, Brolzman Second row Brown. Burqor, Crokc, Cuai. Doar. Fablinq. Farr. Fonnor Third row Frodric. Hart. HondorBon. Hill. Hofl. Holmo», Jocoba, D. locobson Fourlh row R. Jacobion, J. Johnson, L, lohnson, Joyce, Korriqan, Knowlou, Kohlor. Lalcham Filth row Loe, Liqqsll. Light, Lincoln, Lindor, Lyddon. MacCrockon, Marsh Sixth row Moans, Otis. Michael. Miller, Morck, Norqren, J, Paddock, W. Paddock Seventh row Potty, Paynter. Robinson. Socor, Simon, Stevens, Slrotton. Tanner Botlom row— Taylor. Thompson. Vomer. Wagqonor, Walker. Weber, Wooldridge, Zeiqier «. r M A v m w m rf ' ' ' 8 H j arri rrf ' f [fo m4 fe m 1 Y Z im FACULTY ROBERT L. STEARNS LEO ASPINWALL FREDERIC STORKE FRANK H. WOLCOTT ACTIVES ANDERSON, GERALD, ' 44 Omaha, Nebraska ASPINWALL, JAMES, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado BROTZMAN. DONALD, ' 44 Merino, Colorado BROWN, RICHARD, ' 43 Kansas City, Missouri BURGER, JAMES, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado CHOKE, AUTREY, ' 44 Denver, Colorado CUAZ, JOHN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado DOAR, THOMAS, ' 44 New Richmond, Wisconsin FARR, RICHARD, ' 46 Greeley, Colorado FENNER, ROBERT, ' 43 Evanston, Illinois GRAY, CHARLES, ' 45 Watseka, Illinois HART, LOUIS, ' 44 Greeley, Colorado HENDERSON, DAVID, ' 45 Greeley, Colorado HOLMES, BRUCE Eureka, Kansas JOHNSON, LELAND, ' 45 Pueblo, Colorado KERRIGAN, THOMAS, ' 44 Cheyenne, Wyoming KNOWLES, ROBERT R., JR.. ' 44 Sterling, Colorado KOHLER, FREDERICK, ' 45 Denver, Colorado LEE, PRESTON, ' 45 Denver, Colorado LIGGETT, JOHN T., JR., " 45 Pueblo, Colorado LIGHT, WILLIAM, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado LYDDON, JOHN R., ' 44 Kansas City, Missouri MacCRACKEN, RICHARD, ' 44 Denver, Colorado MARSH, THOMAS G., ' 46 Cincinnaili, Ohio MICHAEL, ROBERT, ' 45 Galesburq, Illinois MORCK, CARL, ' 46 Algona, Iowa NORGREN, NEIL, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PADDOCK, WILLIAM, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado SECOR, WILLIAM, ' 43 _ Longmont, Colorado SIMON, WILLIAM, ' 45 _ Las Animas, Colorado STRATTON, KIRK, ' 43 _ Denver, Colorado WAGGENER, ULRIC, ' 46 Denver, Colorado WALKER, JAMES, ' 46 Casper, Wyoming WEBER, RICHARD, ' 43 Denver, Colorado PLEDGES ASPINWALL, WILLIAM, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado BEIN, THOMAS, ' 46 Berthoud, Colorado BOWES. HAROLD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BREWSTER, ROBERT, ' 46 Kansas City, Missouri BRODERICK, NOR.MAN, ' 46 ScoltsbluK, Nebraska DUTHIE, ALLISTER, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado EDWARDS, ADRIAN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado FABLING, JOHN, ' 46 - Denver, Colorado FRANCIS, KENNETH, ' 46 „ Denver, Colorado FREDERIC, HOMER, ' 46 Denv er, Colorado HILL. RALPH, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HOFF. ELTON, ' 46 Kansas City, Missouri JACOBS, ROBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado JACOBSEN, DARRELL, 45 „ Denver, Colorado lACOBSEN, ROBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado JOHNSON, BERNARD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado JOHNSON, lAMES, ' 46 _ Denver, Colorado JOYCE, RAYMOND, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado LATCHAM, CHESTER, ' 46 Denver, Colorado LINDER, SAM. ' 46 _ Boulder. Colorado LINCOLN, LEE, ' 46 Denver. Colorado MEANS, ROBERT, ' 45 „ Denver, Colorado MILLER. ROBERT. ' 46 Kansas City, Missouri MURPHY. IIM, ' 44 _ Burlington, Colorado OTIS MERRILL, ' 46 „ _ Longmont. Colorado PADDOCK. JOHN, ' 46 „ Boulder, Colorado PATE, DAVID, ' 46 _.._ Denver, Colorado PATTY RILEY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado PAYNTER, STANLEY, ' 46 Brush, Colorado ROBINSON, EDWARD, ' 46 Waterloo, Nebraska STEVENS. lOHN, ' 46 Chicago, Illinois STREAMER. CHARLES, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado TANNER. GARETH. ' 46 Boulder, Colorado TAYLOR. WILMOT. ' 46 Kansas City, Missouri THOMPSON. ERNEST, ' 46 Denver, Colorado VERNER. ROBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado WOOLDRIDGE, JAY. ' 44 Denver, Colorado ZEIGLER. lOHN. 46 Kansas City, Missouri .t04 BETA THETA PI Tom Door The large pledge class of the Beta Theta Pi ' s was honored this year at one of the most unusual formals on the hill, Honey- moon Hotel. The guests were surprised to find themselves the proud possessors of wedding licenses and rings. The pledges did their part in athletics and helped win the intramural champion- ship in football fall quarter. Winter quar- ter the whole chapter turned out as Jim Johnson led the Betas to the Ski cup. All this participation in sports, however, did not interfere with the annual Phi Delt- Beta egg fight or with their friendly water battles with their neighbors, the Chi Psi ' s. The fraternity colors are pink and blue, and the flower is the rose. This year some of the outstanding Betas were William Paddock — A. S. U. C. repre- sentative. Business manager of the Silver and Gold, Chairman of the Junior Prom Committee, Window, Coloradan, and Sumalia; William Secor — associate editor of the Coloradan, social chairman of the Business School, Junior Prom Committee, Delta Sigma Pi, Editor of Ticker Tape and of Blotter; Donald Brotzman — football, track, Sumalia; John Ziegler — outstanding freshman football player. Mrs. Carrell 305 CHI PSI OFFICERS PHILLIP A. JENSEN President GEORGE RUPP Vice-President JOHN WOODRUFF Secretary FRANK E. RICHARDS Treasurer Top row — Barker, Bardwell Brown. Bon Brown. Carlisle. Edwards. Flower Second row Hays. Hicks. Holmes. lenson. lonos. Lanz Third row Lloyd. Myors. I. Pallorson. R. Pallerson, Proclor. Richards Fourlh row Rupp. Rushlon. Silliq. Stovall Fillh row Sludobokor. Van Arsdalo. Williams Bottom row — B. Young O. Young FACULTY EDWIN BEMIS ACTIVES BROWN, BARDWELL, ' 45 Denver, Colorado BROWN, BENJAMIN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado FLOWER, LARRY, ' 44 Arvada, Colorado GROMER, lOHN, ' 43 Denver, Colorado HAMMOND, STANLEY, ' 44 Englewood, Colorado HICKS, RICHARD, ' 43 Denver, Colorado HOLMES, HARLEIGH, ' 44 Lilllelon, Colorado JENSEN, PHILLIP, ' 43 Meeker, Colorado JONES, DUNBAR, ' 44 Wichita, Kansas KINDEL, WILLIAM, ' 44 ...Denver, Colorado LANZ, RICHARD, ' 43 Denver, Colorado LINDBLAD, CARL, ' 44 Denver, Colorado LLOYD, KENNETH, ' 44 Denver, Colorado MATTSON, LLOYD, ' 44 Omaha, Nebraska McCARTY, ALSTON, ' 45 Denver, Colorado McCUSKER, JOHN R., ' 44 Denver, Colorado MOON, THOMAS, ' 44 Denver, Colorado MYERS, HOWARD, ' 45 Pueblo, Colorado NEEDHAM, CHARLES, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PATTERSON, JAMES, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PATTERSON, ROBERT, ' 45 Denver, Colorado REILLY, MAURICE, ' 44 Matador, Texas RICHARDS, FRANK, ' 44 Denver, Colorado RICKETSON, FRANK, ' 45 Denver, Colorado RUPP, GEORGE, ' 43 Pueblo, Colorado RUSHTON. ARTHUR, ' 45 Omaha, Nebraska SHERRET, WILLIAM, ' 45 LaGrange, Illinois SITTIG, GENE, ' 45 „ Glencoe, Illinois STOVALL, ROBERT, ' 45 Denver, Colorado STUDEBAKER, JAMES, ' 45 Denver, Colorado TIDWELL, BRUCE, ' 45 Denver, Colorado VanARSDALE, WAYNE, " 43 - Pueblo. Colorado WAFER, WILLIAM, ' 43 Denver, Colorado WALKER, JOHN, ' 43 Denver, Colorado WHITAKER, EDWARD, ' 43 Fort Collins, Colorado WILLIAMS. JOHN, ' 43 Sterling, Colorado WOLFE, ROBERT, ' 44 Denver, Colorado WOODRUFF. JOHN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado YOUNG, WILLIAM O., ' 44 Denver, Colorado YOUNG. WILLIAM S., ' 45 Dayton, Ohio PLEDGES BAKEWELL, HUGHES, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BANNING, DAVID, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BARKER, REID, ' 46 Chicago, Illinois BECKER, FLOYD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BOWIE, JAMES, ' 46 Bowie, Colorado RUSSIAN, JOHN, ' 46 Chicago, Illinois CARLISLE, FORREST, ' 45 Wilmette, Illinois COCHRAN, HALE, ' 45 J alo Alto, California DUNN, JOSEPH, ' 46 Denver, Colorado EBAUGH, DAVID, ' 46 Denver, Colorado EDWARDS, CHARLES, ' 45 Kearney, Nebraska GAYLORD, LESLIE, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado GAYLORD, OTIS, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado GIBBS, JOHN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HACKSTAFF. RICHARD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HART. RICHARD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HAYNE. MELVIN, ' 46 Sterling, Colorado HAYS, STANLEY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado JEHLE, WILLIAM, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado lUEL. PAUL, ' 46 Hock Springs, Wyoming LITTLEJOHN. ROBERT, ' 46 Robinson, Illinois MALLETT, GEORGE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado MEFFLEY, GEORGE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado MORRISON, FRANK, 46 Sterling, Colorado PALO. CHARLES D., ' 46 Great Falls, Montana PROCTOR, HOBART, ' 46 Denver, Colorado SHAFROTH. FRANK. ' 46 Denver. Colorado SHCRMACK, PAUL. ' 46 Denver, Colorado SHERWOOD, JOHN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado VAN SCHAACK, PETER, ' 46 Denver, Coloradr VAUGHN, GRAHAM, 44 Denver, Coloradi VICK ROY, ROBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado WA1.LOWER, EDWARD, ' 46 Evergreen, Colorado WATSON. lOHN B., ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado 306 CHI PSI If this winter ' s " great wind " affected no one else, it affected the Chi Psis. The " Lawdge " lost two chimneys. The wind, however, did not interfere with their nu- merous water fights with the Betas. To prove that they are not enemies because of these fights, each spring the Chi Psis and the Betas hold a joint beer-bust. Uniforms are not an oddity at the Chi Psi Lodge. Practically the whole chapter seems to have gone over to the Navy as they boast of nineteen members in hte N. R. O. T. C. Their fall formal, the Peasant Dance, was the most successful dance of the year. The colors of the fraternity are purple and gold. Prominent among the Chi Psis this year are Tex Reilly — football, Who ' s Who, Su- malia, A. S. U. C. Commission; Kenny Lloyd— Little Theater, A. S. U. C, Pi Gam- ma Mu, Who ' s Who, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pi Gamma Mu; football; Wayne Van Arsdale — Business manager of Dodo, Pi Gamma Mu; Jim Patterson — Manager of Rhythm Circus. Phil Jensen Ed Bemis SOT DELTA SIGMA PHI OFFICERS EARL SHELTON President ROBERT LEWIS Vice-President GEORGE ELZI Secretary DONALD DOYLE Treasurer MRS. C. D. SPENCE House Mother FACULTY CHARLES BITTER JULIAN M. BLAIR BARTLETT DEWEY H. A. HOFFMEISTER CHARLES HUTCHINSON DAVID O ' DAY W. C. TOEPELMAN ACTIVES ARCHIBALD, SAMUEL, ' 44 Denver, Colorado BARNETT, ROBERT, ' 44 Reno, Nevada BICKFORD, I. MORTON, ' 44 Denver, Colorado DOYLE, DONALD, ' 44 Gilman, Colorado ELZI, GEORGE, ' 43 Erie, Colorado GIBANEY, MAURICE. ' 43 Hayden, Colorado LEWIS, ROBERT, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado ROTHROCK, KEVIN. ' 44 Sloneham, Colorado SHELTON, EARL, ' 43 Denver, Colorado PLEDGES BESSOL. PETER. ' 45 Boulder, Colorado BYERS. MAX, ' 44 Frulla, Colorado FLIEHMANN, JACK, ' 46 Thermopolis. Wyoming HALL. BROOKS. ' 46 Boulder. Colorado MURRAY, DAVID. ' 44 Loadvllle, Colorado PITCHFORD, THOMAS, ' 44 Lafayette. Colorado POORE, WAYNE. ■45 McCook. Nebraska RAMEY. WILBER, ' 46 Ottawa. Kansas STEINMEYER, WILLIAM, ' 46 Canon City, Colorad- Top row — Archibald. Barnsll. Beisol Second row- Bkklord. Doylo, EIzi Boltom row FUohmann, Lowis, Sholton 308 Earl Shelton DELTA SIGMA PHI Twenty-five years after the founding of Delta Sigma Phi, a chapter was installed at Colorado U. Since then the diamond- shaped pin with a sphinx head, letters, and a circle with an inscribed triangle, has be- come familiar. Their colors are green and white, while the carnation is their flower. Last November the fraternity entertained its members and their dates at a Li ' l Abner dance, complete with suitable costumes and decorations. Another festive occasion was their Halloween dance. Outstanding members include: Donald Doyle — Band, Window, Equestrian Club, N. R. O. T. C, Spanish Club; George Elzi— Phi Epsilon Phi, Beta Alpha Psi, Uni- versity Band; Earl Shelton — President of the chapter, president Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Epsilon Phi, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Inter- fraternity Council; Morton Bickford — Phi Epsilon Phi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Band, Intramurals, Engineering staff. Mrs. Spence 30» DELTA TAU DELTA OFFICERS LEONARD TRIPP President WILLIAM WEHRLI Vice-President ALAN COBURN Secretary JOHN RAIFE Treasurer MRS. CHARLES H. LADD House Mother icai W y ' Top row— Bonnolt, Boothby, BuHby. Callard, Campbell, G. Carroll. W. Carroll Second row Crandall. Crawford. Coburn. Ecklos. Enqlish. Falkonborq. Figchor Third row Flanlqan. Frodorick. Frlsbio, Hawloy. Holmann. Koohlcr. Lanqdon Fourth row Loyd. Lucas, Lundqulat, Lynn, Merlin, Matlhows, McPhail Filth row Morti, Millor, Nelson, Oliver. Peterson, Raile, T, Rannoy Sixth row W. Rannoy. Schobinqer, Shaltuck, Stearns, Tripp, Turner Bottom row Wohrii, White, Winters. WyatI FACULTY E. C. Eckhardt Louis O. Quam Val B. Fischer Robert Rathburn George S, Lesser W. O. Thompson ACTIVES BENNETT, DONN, ' 44 Buffalo, South Dakota BIGELOW, ROBERT. ' 45 Denver, Colorado BOOTHBY, BURTON, ' 45 Cherokee, Iowa BOWMAN, DEXTER, ' 44 Denver, Colorado BUSBY. L. M., 44 Boulder, Colorado BURGESS, WILLIAM, ' 45 Esles Park, Colorado CALLARD, CHARLES, ' 45 Lansmg, Michigan CARROLL, GEORGE. ' 44 Crown Pomt, Indiana CARROLL. WILLIAM, ' 43 Crown Point, Indiana COBURN, ALAN. ' 43 Deadwood. South Dakota CRANDALL, JOHN. ' 44 Fort Collins. Colorado CRAWFORD. MALCOLM, ' 43 Denver. Colorado DICKINSON, JOHN. ' 43 Denver. Colorado ENGLISH, ALBERT, ' 45 Greeley, Colorado HAGG, KERN, ' 43 Park Ridge, Illinois HAWLEY. ROBERT, ' 43 Trinidad, Colorado HOFMANN, WILLIAM, ' 44 Montrose, Colorado HUGHES, lACK, ' 44 Montrose, Colorado KOEHLER, DAVE, ' 44 South Bend, Indiana LYNN, JAMES, ' 45 Highland Park, Illinois MARTIN, WILLIAM, ' 45 Denver, Colorado McMillan, JOHN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado MERTZ, ROBERT, ' 44 Trinidad, Colorado NELSON, PAUL, ' 45 Trinidad, Colorado RAIFE, JOHN, ' 44 EslherviIIe, Iowa RILEY, CHESTER, ' 45 Edgewater, Colorado SANDHOUSE, CHARLES, ' 44 Sterling, Colorado SHATTUCK, ROBERT, ' 44 Shenandoah, Iowa TOBIN, JACK, ' 44 Fort Collins, Colorado TRIPP, LEONARD, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado TURNER, TERRY, ' 44 Colby, Kansas WEHRLI, ROBERT, ' 45 Casper, Wyoming WEHRLI, WILLIAM, ' 43 Casper, Wyoming WHITE, KENNETH, ' 45 Fort Collins, Colorado PLEDGES BELL, ROBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BICK, HAL, ' 46 San Francisco. California BRADLEY, WILLIAM, ' 46 Sahna, Kansas BRUBECK, CHARLES, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BUNDGAARD, GORDON, ' 45 Denver, Colorado BUNTON, JOHN, ' 46 „ Cheyenne, Wyoming CAMPBELL, DON, ' 46 New Rochelle, New York CROSS, GEORGE, ' 46 Dubois, Wyoming DUKES, PHILLIP, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado EAGEN, LEWIS, ' 45 Fort Collins, Colorado ECKLES, RICHARD, ' 44 Monte Vista, Colorado ELLIS, MARVIN, ' 46 Berkeley, California FALKENBERG, JOHN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado FISCHER, HUGH, ' 44 .Trinidad, Colorado FLANIGAN, JAMES, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado FLEISCHMAN, TRAVIS, ' 46 Denver, Colorado FLETTER, HARRY, ' 46 Eaton, Colorado FREDERICK, ROBERT, ' 46 Salina, Kansas FRISBIE, SPIKE, ' 46 Highland Park, Illinois GRAHAM, JAMES, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HAYES, RAY, ■46 Denver, Colorado HEUSTON, ROBERT, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado HONDIUS, PIETER, ' 46 Estes Park, Colorado HUDSON, BOB, ' 46 Denver, Colorado JONES, ROBERT, ' 45 Lonnmont, Colorado LANGDON, LARRY, ' « Pueblo, Colorado LOYD, KEITH, ' 46 St. Francis, Kansas LOCKWOOD, PHILLIP, ' 45 Denver, Colorado LUCAS, lAMES ' 46 Berkeley, California LUNDOUIST, WALLY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado McPHAlL, HARVEY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado MATTHEWS, WILLIAM, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado MILLER, KEITH, ' 46 Greeley, Colorado MILLER, MAURICE, ■•!(- Salina, Kansas MOONEY PAT, 45 Denver, Colorado OLIVER. ROSS, ' 44 Greeley, Colorado OTEY TED 46 Denver, Colorado PETERSON, DAN, ' 46 Greeley, Colorado RANNEY, WILLIAM, •! ' Chicago, Illinois RANNEY, TED, 45 Chicago, Illinois REED WALLY ' 46 Boulder, Colorado RINN " ■ ' •■V ' 46 Boulder, Colorado sell HARLES, ' 4(1 Chicago, Illinois SMi: !, ' J, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado STEAri .. . nl.E, ' 45 Denver, Colorado WESTER DICK. ' 46 Denver, Colorado WINTERS, RICHARD, A Tulsa, Oklahoma WYATT, KON, ' 46 Canyon City, Colorado :jio DELTA TAU DELTA In 1858 the Delta Tau Delta fraternity was founded at Bethany College, Virginia, and twenty-five years later appeared on the Colorado U. campus as the first fra- ternity in Boulder. Sixty years ago the chapter room was located in the basement of Old Main. This was maintained for many years, and later a plot was set aside by the University on the campus grounds for the Delta. Mother " Shorty " Ladd is completing her seventh year as housemother of Beta Kappa chapter. She is indeed a true DELT MOTHER, a friend of them all, and the most popular Delt Sweetheart of the boys. The official colors are purple, white, and gold, and the flower is the iris. The pin is an equilateral rectangle, with slightly concave sides, showing in gold and black enamel the Greek letters, Delta, Tau, and Delta. A five-pointed star is in each corner, with an eye above and a crescent below. A few of the many prominent Delts are Leonard Tripp — Chapter president, Suma- lia. Delta Sigma Pi, Business School Board of Directors, business manager of C. U. Days, Silver and Gold, Rhythm Circus, Coloradan; John Raife — Chapter house manager. Scimitar, Sumalia, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Alpha Psi, Business School Board of Directors, Silver and Gold, C. U. Days committee; Robert Wehrli — Corresponding secretary of Beta Kappa, Scimitar, Fresh- man Prom committee, C. U. Days com- mittee. Rhythm Circus; and Alan Coburn — Chapter recording secretary, secretary Alpha Chi Sigma, treasurer of A. I. C. E., Colorado Engineer, Coloradan. Leonard Tripp Mrs. Ladd (11 KAPPA SIGMA OFFICERS DAN ROCHE President WILBUR WHITE Vice-President JOHN BEBEE Secretary BRET KELLY Treasurer MRS. RUTH S. PARISH House Mother fT «r Top row Anderson, Bobeo. Bloomer. Brodliold, Brewer. Coo Second row Dompsey. Fabor, Finloy. Frederick. Griflis. Hodgocock Third row Hodgo. Keithloy. KoUy. Lonqworlh. Mann, Molvin Fourth row MolHinor. Noil. Nicoll. Nurnborq. Qulmby. Roardon Flllh row Rlqqii. Roche, M, Roup. N. Roup. Scruby, Smith Bottom row Stokei. Tappan. Vln»on, Weit, Younq lliri FACULTY DEAN HOMER C. WASHBURN PROF. CLIFFORD HOUSTON DR. LAWRENCE W. HOLDEN ACTIVES BEBEE, JOHN, ' 45 Independence, Colorado BLOOMER, PHIL, ' 43 Shreveport, Louisiana COE, CAPRON, ' 44 Ord, Nebraska FINLEY, JOE, ' 44 Wheatridge, Colorado HEDGECOCK, TOM, ' 44 Denver, Colorado HODGE, JERRY, ' 43 Denver, Colorado KEITHLEY, GILES, ' 43 Peoria, Illinois KELLY, BRET, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado LONGWORTH, JOHN, ' 45 Castle Rock, Colorado MELVIN, WALTER, ' 45 Pueblo, Colorado METSINER, JIM, ' 45 Phippsburg, Colorado MILLER, CHARLES, ' 44 Qeveland, Ohio OUIMBY, JOHN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado ROCHE, DAN, ' 43 Denver, Colorado ROUP, MARK, ' 44 Yampa, Colorado SMITH, GORDON, ' 45 Denver, Colorado TAPPAN, CHARLES, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado VINSON, RAYMOND, ' 45 Alamosa, Colorado WHITE, WILBUR, ' 45 Alamosa, Colorado WICKS, DICK, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PLEDGES ANDERSON, AL, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BREWER, TOM, ' 46 Houston. Texas BRADFIELD, BOB, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado COOVER, BILL, ' 46 Kinsley, Kansas DEMPSEY, DICK, ' 46 Las Vegas, New Mexico FABER, LEE. ' 45 Grand Junction, Colorado FISHER. DICK, ' 46 Fort Dodge, Iowa FREDERICK, PAUL, ' 46 Denver, Colorado GRIFFIS, JIM, ' 46 Lake Forest, Illinois HETTLESATER, H. FINLEY, ' 46..Milwaukee, Wisconsin KIEFFER, LOWELL, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado LOWELL, JOHN, ' 46 Castle Rock, Colorado MANN, JOHN, ' 46 Hinsdale. Illinois NEIL, BOB, ' 44 River Forest, Illinois NICOLL, GARRIE, ' 46 ..Wailuku, Maui, Terr, of Hawaii NURNBERG, KEMPTON, ' 46 Denver, Colorado REARDON, DAN, ' 46 Nowington, Connecticut RIGGS, JIM, ' 46 _ Denver, Colore ROUP, NORMAN, ' 46 Yampa, Coloraou SCHIFFMANN, PAT, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado SCRUBY, RALPH, ' 46 Longmont, Colorado STOKES, ED, ' 43 Sidney, Nebraska WEST, DAN. ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado YOUNG. CHARLES. ' 46 Pueblo. Colorado 312 KAPPA SIGMA The redecorated chapter room of the fraternity is their pride and joy this year. It was second only in prominence to their annual " out west " dance, when " All out for fun " was their motto. The chapter was founded on this cam- pus the year before the United States entered the first World War, and, as in that time, this year the chapter has said goodbye to many of its members and seen them go off to fight for Victory. The lily of the valley is the fraternity flower, and their pin is the star and cres- cent. Scarlet, white and green are the favorite colors of Kappa Sigma. Outstanding members of the fraternity are John Quimby— N. R. O. T. C, office, Junior year, S. S G. staff member for three years. Phi Epsilon Phi, political organizer; Phil Bloomer- -Transfer from Century Col- lege, Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Dan Roche — Vice-president of Interfraternity Council, C. U. Days and Homecoming Torchlight parades chairman, various dance com- mittees, vice-president, Phi Epsilon Phi, Scimitar; Ralph Scruby — Outstanding freshman engineer, three-point average for fall quarter; Bret Kelly — Kappa Sig ' s Phi Beta candidate, high in Honors Union, Phi Epsilon Phi, Scimitar, political organizer. Dan Roche Mrs. Parish 313 PHI DELTA THETA OFFICERS WALLACE deBEOUE President MERLIN MILLS Vice-President RICHARD OXFORD Secretary BOB MANLEY Treasurer MRS. LOUISE BELL House Mother t ' Aii a ttM n Top row Barbour, Boll. Bohco, DaviH, doBoquo Second row Emory. Faubor, Haano, )ohnson. Lonilni Third row Louk, McCallorly, Mayno, NorriB, Potert Fourlh row Poltor, Hlco, Soikmoyor, Smalloy, Slahmer Bollom row — Slull. Taylor. Walkor, Worrell FACULTY DEAN MAURICE H. REES FRANK POTTS ACTIVES BARBOUR, WILLIAM, ' 43 Evanslon, Illinois BOSCO, HENRY, ' 44 Glenwood Springs, Colorado BRIGGS, PAUL, ' 45 Grand Junction, Colorado BUNGER, HOWARD, ' 43 Fori Collins, Colorado COLLINS, RICHARD, ' 43 Garden City, Kansas deBEOUE, WALLACE, ' 43 Carbondale, Colorado DENTON, HARRY, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado EMERY, JACK, ' 44 Findlay, Ohio FAUBER, EARL, ' 43 Montrose, Colorado HANEY, GEORGE, ' 45 _ Denver, Colorado HULL, RICHARD, ' 44 Omaha, Nebraska JAMES, WATHEN, ' 44 „ Denver, Colorado JOHNSON, KENT, ' 43 Alva, Oklahoma KAUS, GEORGE. ' 45 Denver, C olorado LANDRUM, JACK, ' 44 Sterling, Colorado LENZINI, MICHAEL, ' 43 Walsenberq, Colorado McCANK, GLEN, ' 44 Carbondale, Colorado MANLEY, ROBERT, 43 Denver, Colorado MILLS, MERLIN, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado NELSON, LYNN, ' 45 Eagle, Colorado NORRIS, KIP, ' 44 Galesburg, Illinois OXFORD, RICHARD, ' 45 Salt Lake City, Utah POTTER, HOBART, ' 44 Santa Monica, California SHANNON, LEONARD, " 44 Las Animas, Colorado SMALLEY, DELBERT, ' 44 Springfield, Missouri SPECK, RICHARD, ' 45 McPhee, Colorado STAHMER, JERRY, ' 45 Maywood, Illinois STAHNKE, PAUL, ' 45 Torest Park, Illinois TAYLOR, JOHN, ' 44 „ Kansas City, Missouri WALK, GUY, ' 44 Grand Junction, Colorado PLEDGES ANDERSON, HOMER, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BATEMAN, WARREN, ' 46 _ Loveland, Colorado BRADBURY, GENE, ' 46 Eads, Colorado CAMPBELL, HARLEY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado CHAMPLIN, JACK, ' 46 little Valley, New York CLAY, WALTER, ' 46 Longmont, Colorado CRAMER, ROBERT, ' 46 Manzanola, Colorado CROFF, JOHN, ' 44 Sheridan, Wyoming DAVIS, JACK, ' 45 Sopinera, Colorado DeTARR, JAMES, ' 45 Denver, Colorado DYKSTRA, LEMAR, ' 46 Grand Junction, Colo. EASTON, ROBERT, ' 44 Canon City, Colorado FLANNERY, HERBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado GOODY, WALT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HAASE, EDWARD, ' 45 Newton, Kansas HALVERSON, JAMES, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HAYS, RAY, ' 44 Denver, Colorado HENSON, BARNEY, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado HORTHER, WILLIAM, ' 45 Durango, Colorado HOY, HUGH, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado INGWERSON, ROBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado KOCK, ALBERT. ' 46 Chivinqton, Colorado LEWIS. CLAYTON. ' 46 Swink, Colorado LOUK. JAMES. ' 44 _ Crow Agency, Montana MacKAY. ROBERT. ' 46 Denver, Colorado McCAFFERTY, HAROLD, ' 44 Denver, Colorado MALOOF, GEORGE, ' 46 Las Vegas, New Mexico MAYNE. ROLAND. ' 45 Canon City, Colorado MITCHELL, RICHARD, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado MORSE, GEORGE, ' 46 Trinidad, Colorado MOTT, GEORGE, ' 46 Grand Junction, Colorado NICHOLS. HERBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado OSTRANDER, WILLIAM, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado PADDOCK. DAVID. 46 Clinton, Iowa PETERS. RALPH. ' 46 Dayton. Ohio POPE, FLOYD, ' 46 S.in Antonio, Texas RICE, JAMES, ' 46 Coshocton, Ohio RUSSELL, KEITH. ' 46 Denver. Colorado SALIBA. MAURICE. ' 45 Wolscnborg, Colorado SElKMPYrR irONARD, ' 45 Omaha, Nebraska SlLi: " " MAM, ' 46 Towner, Colorado SNY ■ HD, ' 46 Grand Junction, Colorado STUl i; ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado TAYU H .ilMi:. 46 Windsor. Colorado VENUTI ROBERT, ' 46 . Bayfield, Colorado WATERS. GEORGE. ' 41- Sheridan, Wyoming WHITE JACK. -43 Waukesha, Wisconsin WORRELL, OlAY. 45 Glenwood Springs, Colorado YANT, ROBERT, ' 46 Grand Junction, Colorado 31-1 Wallace deBeque PHI DELTA THETA To replace Karl, the Phi Delt mascot who disappeared last year, the boys have Heidi, a St. Bernard whom they got just before Christmas. Despite the fact that Heidi is an ardent Phi Delt, the little dog comes under the jurisdiction of the office of the Dean of Women. Besides Heidi, the boys have a new game room to discuss and display. The Phi Delts insist that they won the annual egg fight with the Betas, but there is still a question about the victory, par- ticularly in the minds of the boys who live at 1111 Broadway. Nationally founded in 1848 at Miami University, the Colorado chapter was in- stalled in 1902. The colors are azure and agent (blue and white to you), and the chapter flower is the white carnation. The fraternity pin is a sword and shield. Phi Delt Big Boys include several foot- ball players who put C. U. in its tie for first place. Wearing the pin of Phi Delt are Gus Shannon, Paul Briggs and the out- standing freshman find, Walt Clay. Active in other fields are Merlin Mills, vice-presi- dent and rush captain of the fraternity, C. P. T. P., and Engine Ball Committee; and Mike Lenzini, Delta Sigma Pi, Newman Club and intramurals. Mrs. BeU 315 PHI GAMMA DELTA OFFICERS ROBERT M. KIRCHNER President WARREN ROSSMAN Secretary DON TEMPEST Treasurer JAMES DUMM Corresponding Secretary MRS. ABIGAIL DICKEY House Mother Top row- Beattle. Bolchor, Bobhoo, Bovoridqo, Bradt, Cox, Davies Second row Doal, Dick. F. Dixon, R. Dixon. Dumm, Eanlman, Eqborl TTiird row Franklin, FuMorton. B. Gray, D. Gray, Hoqorty, Hoppos, Humphrey Fourth row HumphrioB. Ireland, Kirchnor, McBrido, McCommon, McCloary, Mclnnii Flith row Miller, Nichols. Pace, Palloraon. Perry, Phelpi. Piotenpole Slxlh row Pryor. Roy. Rudolph. Sayro, Shakeihafl. T. Smith, Stirling Seventh row D. Strain. Stronq, Tempest, Thomas, Todd Bottom row— Tucker. Wallbank. Wolfl FACULTY Stuart Cuthbertson Charles F. Poe Walter B. Franklin Leslie F. Robbins Russell D. George Dr. F. R. Spencer Karl K. Hulley ACTIVES BESSEE, ROBERT, ' 44 Denver, Colorado BELCHER, ROBERT, ' 45 Pueblo, Colorado CREAGHE, JOHN, ' 43 Lamar, Colorado CROWDER, GEORGE, ' 45 Denver, Colorado DAVIES. ROBERT, 45 Denver, Colorado DEE, ROBERT, ' 44 Denver, Colorado DIXON. RAY, ' 44 „ Buffalo, Wyoming DUMM, JAMES, ' 44 Denver, Colorado EGBERT, GILBERT, ' 44 Dighton, Kansas FRANKLIN, WALTER, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado FULLERTON, ROBERT, " 45 Brooklyn, New York GRAY, DICK, ' 43 Sheridan, Wyoming HAGERTY, RAY, ' 45 _ Denver, Colorado HEPPES. ROBERT, ' 44 LaGranqe, Illinois HOULTON, WILLIAM, ' 45 _ Denver, Colorado HUMPHREYS, EDWIN, ' 44 Raton, New Mexico HUMPHRIES, JESSE, ' 45 La Junta, Colorado KIRCHNER, ROBERT, ' 43 Topeka, Kansas McBRIDE, BRUCE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado McCAMMON, ROBERT, ' 45 Denver, Colorado McCLEARY, RAY, ' 43 .Denver. Colorado McCLUSKY, ROBERT, ' 43 La Junta, Colorado McINNIS, KOHLER, ' 45 Evanston, Illinois MELTON, JOSEPH, ' 45 Kansas City, Missouri MILLER, ROSS. ' 43 Denver, Colorado NICHOLS, ROBERT, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PACE, RICHARD, ' 44 Longmont, Colorado PERRY. HARRY, ' 44 Topeka, Kansas PHILLIPS, JACK, ' 43 Denver, Colorado PHILLIPS. ROBERT, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PIETENPOL, WILLIAM, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado RAY, JAMES, ' 45 Denver, Colorado RAY. JOHN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado ROGERS, ALLAN, ' 43 Honolulu, T. H. ROSSMAN, WARREN, ' 43 Denver, Colorado RUDOLPH, ROWE, ' 43 Denver, Colorodo SAYRE. JOHN, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado SHAKESHAFT, RICHARD, ' 43 Topeka, Kansas SMITH, TUPPER, ' 45 Denver, Colorado STIRLING, lOHN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado TEMPEST, DON, ' 43 Denver, Colorado TIPTON, ROBERT, ' 45 Denver, Colorado TODD, JOHN, ' 45 Pueblo, Colorado VAN SCHAACK, ROBERT, ' 44 Denver, Colorado VINING, ROBERT, ' 43 Pueblo, Colorado WIGTON, LEONARD, ' 45 Denver, Colorado WINEGARDNER, AL, ' 45 Denver, Colorado ZIMMERHACKLE, HARRY, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PLEDGES ADAMS, JOHN, ' 46. Denver, Colorado BAILEY BOYCE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BEATTIE, LYLE, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado BENNETT, ROBERT, ' 46 Trinidad, Colorado BEVERIDGE, ROBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BRADT GORDON, ' 46 Evanston, Illinois CALDWELL, DOUGLAS, ' 46 Las Animas, Colorodo DAVIS, VAUGHN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado DAWSON. THOMAS, " 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado DEAL, JOHN, ' 46 Craiq, Colorado DEE WILLIAM, ' 44 Denver, Colorado DEY, ROBERT. ' 45 Ft. Collins, Colorado DICK. JERRY. ' 46 Denver. Colorodo DIXON FRED. ' 44 Pueblo. Colorado EASTMAN, ROBERT, ' 46 Bartlesville, Oklahoma GOODING, STEWART. ' 45 Denver, Colorodo GRAY, BRYNT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado IRELAND, ROGER, ' 46 Denver, Colorado LOFTUS, STEPHEN, ' 46 Washington, D. C. MIZENER, JERRY. ' 45 Wilmette, Illinois NIEMANN. WALTER. ' 45 Western Springs, Illinois PATTERSON, WILLIAM, ' 46 J " orl Morgan, Colorado PETERSON. DONALD, ' 46 Denver. Colorado PHELPS, JACK, ' 46 Denver, Colorado PRYOR, FRANK, ' 46 _ Pueblo, Colorado SCOTT ROY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado SMITH. TED, ' 45 _ Honolulu, T. H. SPANGLER, EDWARD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado SPICER, ROBERT. ' 46 Leavenworth, Kansas STRAIN. DONALD. ' 45 Lamar, Colorado STRONG. ROBERT, ' 46 Birmingham, Michigan TRENT, MICKEY, ' 46 Boulder. Colorado THOMAS. C. Y.. ' 46 Pittsburg. Kansas TUCKER MELVIN. ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado WALLBANK. LINCOLN, ' 46 _ Denver, Colorado WILLIAMS, MARTIN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado WILSON, PHILLIP, ' 46 „_ Denver, Colorado WOLFF, BRADLEY, ' 46 - » Denver, Colorado 316 PHI GAMMA DELTA Phi Gamma Delta is in its thirty-first year on the campus with the largest chapter in many years. The War brought the cancel- ation of many traditions and further con- centration in an effort to aid our country. For the past thirteen years the fraternity has won intramurals, and so far this year has been leading. The chapter has con- centrated on scholarship with the result of the highest average in six years. But in spite of their gracefully posed pictures and their claims, they have managed to crowd a few colorful and lively social events into their curricula. The national flower of the fraternity is the purple clematis; in keeping with this is their color, royal purple. A black dia- mond with a white star is their badge. Following the precedent left by former Fijis, the Phi Gams again have their share of representatives in campus activities. Outstanding among these are: Bob Kirch- ner — President of the class of ' 43, president of the fraternity, varsity basketball, A. S. U. C., Heart and Dagger; Rowe Rudolph — President Business School, business man- ager Rhythm Circus, Sumalia, Delta Sig- ma Pi; Richard Shakeshaft — Varsity bas- ketball and track, Sumalia, Honors; Wil- liam Pietenpol — Pi Gamma Mu, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi; Harry Perry — Sumalia, Delta Sigma Pi, Business School govern- ing board. Bob Kirchner Mrs. Dickey 317 PHI KAPPA TAU OFFICERS FRANK WARREN President JOHN CLADIS Vice-President DAVID KYLE Secretary NORBERT COCHRAN Treasurer ROSE OM ENS House Mother FACULTY JOHN L. JOHNSON RALPH ELY ACTIVES BURLINGAME, ROBERT, ' 45..Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania CLADIS, JOHN, ' 44 Denver. Colorado COCHRAN, NORBERT, ' 44 Fort Morgan, Colorado HARDY, JAMES C, ' 45 Honolulu, T. H. HOCKING, CLYDE, ' 44 Morrison, Colorado KYLE, DAVID, ' 45 Brighton, Colorado McCARTY, BLAKE, ' 44 Colorado Springs, Colorado NEVIUS, KENNETH, ' 44 Lamar, Colorado PRITCHARD, ALLEN, ' 42 Niles, Ohio SCHADE, GEORGE, ' 43 Willoughby, Ohio WARREN, FRANK, ' 44 Port Neches, Texas PLEDGES ANDERSON, RICHARD, ' 43 Jamestown, New York CARLSON, GORDON, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado HAYNIE, DON, ' 45 Manassa. Colorado HAHN, JACK, ' 45 Evanslon, Illinois HOLCOMB, CHARLES, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colo. HOLMAN, LELAND, ' 46 Manassa, Colorado JACOBSON, ROBERT, ' 45..Colorado Springs, Colorado . KINSFATHER, HARRY, ' 46 Lyman, Nebraska KNOX, RAY, ' 46 Fort Morgan, Colorado MARTIN, WILLIAM, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado MUNSON, ROBERT, ' 45 Nucla, Colorado ROSE, LLOYD, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado STOLLER, HAROLD, ' 45 Raton, New Mexico SALYARDS, STANLEY, " 43 Denver, Colorado .TEATS, GEORGE, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado WAYMAN, CRAIG, ' 44 Provo, Utah WESLEY, WENDELL, ' 46 Ullyses, Kansas WOODS, KENNETH ' -15 .. Boulder, Colorado Top row- Burlinqamo, Cladls. Cochran, Hahn, Hanoy Second row- Hocking, Holcomb. Kinslathor, Knox, Martin Third row — Munton. NoviuH, Prilchard, Rofto. Schade Fourth row Slollor. Toati. Warron Bottom row Woyman. Woiiloy nis Frank Warren PHI KAPPA TAU This year, beccaise of the increased need for housing facilities for the Japanese lan- guage students, the Phi Taus leased their house to the University and moved into a smaller one. Many of the chapter mem- bers are now in service. Gold stars have been presented to the fraternity in memory of Ed Zayac and William Anderson, who were killed in line of duty. Harvard red and old gold are the of- ficial fraternity colors. The red carnation is their flower. The Phi Taus ' symbol of their fraternity is an irregular, octagonal shield with a star and Greek letters in the middle. B. M. O. C. ' s on campus include: John Cladis — Alpha Chi Sigma, Sigma Pi Sig- ma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Phi; Norbert Cochran — A. I. E. E., Phi Epsilon Phi, Colorado Engineer, University Fencing Club; Ralph Ely — Physics instructor doing Government research, Sigma Pi Sigma; George Schade — President, Delta Sigma Pi, treasurer, Business School; Craig Way- man— N. R. O. T. C. Lieutenant (j.g.). Mrs. Owens 319 PHI SIGMA DELTA OFFICERS FLOYD F. SALIMAN _ President JAY MELNICK Vice-President MELVIN BREETWOR Secretary JULIAN PLUSS Treasurer MRS. ABERCROMBIE House Mother iL 4 Top row Barron, Borq. Blumborq. Boulchor. Broolwor, H. Cohan, S. Cohon Second row — A. Cook, H. Cook, Duman. Dupler, Elcove, Finosllver. Fink Third row Gordon, Gollosllold. Groonspoon, Hayulin, Hollor, Himolgrin, Hullner Fourth row - Karpol, Karsh, LofI, Lovoniha), Mann. Molnick, Popper rUlh row — I. Pluu, N. Pluia, Prinqlo, G. RoHonbaum, R. Rosonbloom, F. Saliman, P, Sallman Slxlh row — Sedolnick. Shapiro, Tononbaum, Talariky, T. Tyor, Wandel Bollom row — Woiliman, Zelinqor, Zepslln FACULTY DR. R. G. GUSTAVSON E. P. TOVANI ACTIVES BERG, THEODORE, ' 45 Gary, Indiana BLUMEERG, NATHAN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado BOUTCHER, BEN, ' 43 Denver, Colorado BREETWOR, MELVIN, ' 45 Pueblo, Colorado COHEN, STANLEY, ' 45 Scoltsbluff, Nebraska DUPLER, PAUL, ' 45 Denver, Colorado FINESILVER, OSCAR, ' 45 Denver, Colorado FINK, GEORGE Denver, Colorado GORDON, CHESTER, ' 44 Alamosa, Colorado HAYUTIN, ARTHUR, ' 46 Denver, Colorado KARPEL, BERTRAM, ' 44 Denver, Colorado KARSH, FRANK, ' 43 Denver, Colorado LEFF, CHARLES J., ' 45 Cheyenne, Wyoming LEVENTHAL, HAROLD, ' 43 Denver, Colorado LEVINE, EDWARD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado MFLLICKER, MURRAY, ' 45 Boulder. Colorado MELNICK, JAY, ' 43 Denver, Colorado PLUSS, JULIUS, ' 43 Greeley, Colorado PLUSS, NORMAN, ' 44 Greeley, Colorado ROSENBERG, BERNARD, ' 45 Denver, Colorado SALIMAN, FLOYD, ' 43 Denver, Colorado SALIMAN, PAUL, ' 43 Denver, Colorado SHAPIRO, EDWARD, ' 45 Houston, Texas TYOR, JOSEPH, ' 44 Denver, Colorado TYOR, THEODORE, " 45 Denver, Colorado WOLFSON, ALBERT, ' 43 ,. Denver, Colorado ZELINGER, MORRIS, ' 44 Denver, Colorado PLEDGES BARRON, PAUL, ' 46 Denver, Colorado COHAN, HERBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado COOK, ARNOLD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado COOK, HERBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado DUMAN, LOUIS, ' 46 Denver, Colorado EICOVE, SEYMOUR, ' 45 Denver, Colorado GOTTESFELD, BURT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado GREENSPOON, MERLE, ' 46 Brooklyn, New York HELLER, JORDAN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HIMELGRIN, GERALD, ' 46..._ Denver, Colorado HUTTNER, WALTER, ' 46 Denver, Colorado KAPLAN, SYLVAN, ' 46 St. Louis, Missouri KATZ, NATHAN, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado KRAMISH, ARVIN, ' 46 Aurora, Colorado MANN, MORTON, ' 46 Denver, Colorado PELLISH, HARRIS, ' 46 Denver, Colorado PEPPER, MURRAY, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado PRINGLE, HAROLD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado RECHUITZ, MORTON, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado ROSEN, JUSTYN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado ROSENBAUM, ROBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado ROSENBLOOM, GABRIEL. ' 46 Denver, Colorado SACHTER, LEWIS, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado SEDALNICK, HERSHEL, ' 46..Grand Junction, Colorado TATARSKY, GERALD, ' 46 Denver. Colorado TENENBAUM, HAROLD, ' 46.. ..Colorado Springs, Colo. WANDEL, STANLEY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado WEITZMAN, JACK, ' 46 Denver, Colorado ZEPELIN, HAROLD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado 320 PHI SIGMA DELTA The most cherished tribute of the frater- nity of 1942 was the award of the inter- fraternity participation trophy for the year. Their famous spring formal last year took place on their portable dance floor on the grounds adjacent to the house. Already the Phi Sigs have put four thou- sand dollars into war bonds since Pearl Harbor, besides the number of their mem- bers who have gone into active service. Rushing for this year presented the fra- ternity with largest pledge class in their history. Among their membership are two " foreigners " from Brooklyn. The national fraternity was founded in 1909 at Columbia University. The Theta chapter was installed on the C. U. campus a decade later. The official colors are purple and white, and the violet is their flower. Proof of their varied activities is found in the number of versatile and active men at C. U. Among them are: Frank Karsh — Awarded national fraternity award for be- ing outstanding Phi Sig of the year, S. G. editor, A. S. U. C. senior representative. Heart and Dagger, University Athletic pub- licity director, by-lined Denver Post corre- spondent for three years; and Nate Blum- berg, S. G. sports editor, Sigma Delta Chi president, sports editor, Colorado Alumnus. Floyd Saliman Mrs. Abercrombie 321 PI KAPPA ALPHA OFFICERS HARRY WRIGHT II President JOHN PRECHTEL Vice-President DON GUNTHER Secretary KEITH HOOK Treasurer MRS. LILLIAN KEMP House Mother f i:- ' r ffl . . Top row Austin, Beck, Black, Condon, Dean, DeLong, Dllley Second row Dunbar, Ellinqlon. Ellioll, Fitiqerald. FoBlor, Garroll, Gloason Third row Cunlhor, HompBload, Hock, D. Holland, S. Holland, Holman, Hook fourlh row Kimball. C. Kisller, Lewis, McArlhur, McGary. McKinloy, Myeri Fillh row Pacheco, Paul, B. Prcchtol, G. Prochtol, Ralloll, Robcrln. Rooney Sixth row — Schroiber, Scott, Smith, Tobln, Truman, Waltom Bottom row Walton, Woit, H. Wilton, I. Wilion, Wright PLEDGES AILINGER, WALT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado ANDERSON, RAY, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado AUSTIN, HAROLD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BAKERICH, NICK, ' 44 Erie, Colorado BLACK, JOHN. ' 46 Denver, Colorado CASSIDY, BILL, ' 46 Denver, Colorado COLLIER, GEORGE, ' 46 Colorado Sprmqs, Colorado CRAMER, lOHN, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado DILLEY, BILL, ' 46 „ Denver, Colorado DUNBAR. STERLING, ' 45 Denver, Colorado ELLIOTT. lOHN. ' 45 Denver, Colorado FITZGERALD, DICK, ' 46 Yuma, Colorado FOSTER, DICK. ' 45 Denver. Colorado FREHSE, ROBERT, ' 45 Salma, Kansas MINES, RICHARD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HILL, BOB, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HOCH, DICK, ' 46 . Yuma, Colorado HOLLAND. STAN. ' 4t Denver, Colorado HONSTEIN, LeROY, ' 46 Lalunia, Colorado KONKEL. VERN, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado LAWRENCE, KENNY, ' 45 Denver, Colorado LITZ lERRY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado LOMBARDI, MICHAEL, ' 44 Canon Cily, Colorado McARTHUR. BOB, ' 46 Denver, Colorado McGARRY, BILL Denver, Colorado McKINLEY, BILL Burlmqton, Colorado RASO. SOLLIE. 45 _ Denver, Colorado ROPER, LESTER, ' 46 Leadville, Colorado SCHREIBCR. GEORGE, ' 46.._ Denver, Colorado SCOTT, BOB, ' 45 Denver, Colorado SMITH. IIM, ' 46 Colorado Sprinqs, Colorado TRUMAN, ARNOLD. ' 46 Denver, Colorado WALTER. BILL, ' 46 Lolunia, Colorodo WATSON, K, BERT, ' 46 Amarillo, Texas WEST, HAROLD, ' 46 „ Lalunta, Colorado WILSON, lOHN, ' 44 Detroit, Michiqan WILLSON. HERB. ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado FACULTY E. H. CRAMER VELDON O. LONG MARTIN F. SCHMIDT E. E. WAHLSTROM ACTIVES BECK, PAUL, ' 45 Colorado Sprinqs, Colorado CONDON, BILL, ' 44 Leadville, Colorado DAY, SCOTT, ' 44 Lalunta, Colorado DEAN, MARSHALL, ' 44 Las Animas, Colorado DeLONG, DEAN, ' 45 Fort Morqan, Colorado DeSOUCHET, BILL, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado ELLINGTON, REX, ' 43 Gunnison, Colorado GARRETT, DON, ' 45 Denver, Colorado GLEASON, CHARLES, " 45 Holyoke, Colorado i GUNTHER, DON, ' 45 Denver, Colorado ' HAMILL, BOB, ' 45 Colorado Sprinqs, Colorado HEDGECOCK, GLEN, ' 43 Denver, Colorado HEMPSTED, DICK, ' 45 Hutchinson, Kansas HOLLAND, DON, ' 44 Lake Charles, Louisiana HOLMAN, BOB, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado HOOK, KEITH, ' 44 Colorado Sprinqs, Colorado KIMBLE, DEL, ' 45 Lalunta, Colorado KISTLER, CLARK, ' 44 Lonqmont, Colorado KISTLER, KIRBY, ' 45 Lonqmont, Colorado LEPPLA, CHARLES, ' 43 Wheatridqe, Colorado LEWIS, C, ]., ' 45 Boulder, Colorado MYERS, BILL, ' 45 Fort Morqan, Colorado PACHECO, ART, ' 44 Denver, Colorado PAUL. BILL, ' 44 Heminqford, Nebraska PRECHTEL, BILL, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PRECHTEL, lOHN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado RADLOFF, EMERSON, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado ROBERTS, BILL, ' 43 Denver, Colorado ROONEY, TOM, ' 45 Hot Sprinqs, South Dakota RUSSELL, CHARLES, ' 44 Boulder. Colorado TOBIN, JACK, ' 44 Montrose, Colorado VOCKEL, MYRON, ' 45 „ Denver, Colorado WILKINS, ROLLY, ' 45 Lalunta, Colorado WOOD, HARRY, ' 45 Denver, Colorado WRIGHT, HARRY, ' 43 Mexico City, Mexico :tv:2 PI KAPPA ALPHA A number of the members of Pi Kctppa Alpha, the fraternity outside the city hmits, hove gone into active service; when the Air Corps reserves were called, eight mem- bers, including their pride and joy, Glen Hedgecock, left. By the end of the year all of the members were either in active serv- ice or in reserves. Nevertheless, the fra- ternity has managed to crowd many good times and honors into the year, besides buying war bonds. The annual barn dance proved to be a traditional occasion of festivity and fun. That they are a likeable bunch is shown by the fact that their housemother has been there for eleven years. In 1922 the fraternity came to the Boul- der campus. The badge of the men is a shield surmounted by a diamond. The flower is the lily of the valley, and the colors, garnet and gold. Many Pi Kaps have made names for themselves in campus activities: Kiki Wright — Peace Council, Silver and Gold, Who ' s Who, chairman of the chapel com- mittee, debate; Glen Hedgecock — Varsity football captain, president of the student body. Heart and Dagger, Who ' s Who, Su- malia; Clark Kistler — Ch airman of the Homecoming Committee. Mis. Kemp 323 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON OFFICERS DON HARDIN President HORACE HUGGINS Vice-President ED CRYSLER Secretary WILLIAM DYRENFORTH Treasurer MRS. PURDIE LEI BRAND House Mother mm Top row Barlh. Bowler. Brannoy. Burnoy. Chambor«, Corbo. Cryalor Second row DalPoqqollo. Day. Dills. Dyronlorlh. DuKy, Ellin. Fi«chor Third row J. Garni. W. GarsI, Goiqor, Golman, Gillon. Good. Gowor Fourlh row Gray. Hall. Hardin, Hawloy. Hondrickson. Hullman. Hugqina Fiflh row Loo. Luckoll. Mclnlyro, Milcholl. Morqan. Morrow. Noce Sixlh row O ' Hara. Porkin, Plummor. Powloski. Purinlon. Raco. Ralslon Sevenlh row Sawhill. Smilh. Thomaa. Vandorwill. Voqior Bollom row WiUita, Woodward. Wriqhl 324 FACULTY Edward King James Yeager Elmore Petersen Paul V. Thompson Gordon Barker Lawrence DeMuth Frank Prentup Forrest C. Cox William Lam Francis Wolle ACTIVES BARTH. TUCKER, ' 43 Brighton. Colorado CORBO, ROBERT. ' 43 New York, New York CRYSLER. EDWARD. ' 44 Englewood, Colorado CHAMBERS, LLOYD, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado DILTS, FRED, ' 45 Douglas, Wyoming DYRENFORTH. WILLIAM, ' 43 Denver, Colorado FISCHER, ROBERT. ' 43 Denver. Colorado GARST, JOSEPH, ' 43 Douglas. Wyoming GARST, WARREN, ' 44 Douglas, Wyoming GETMAN, ROBERT, ' 44 _ Sioux City, Iowa GIEGER, JOHN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado GREY, ROLLAND, ' 44 Brush. Colorado HARDIN, DONALD, ' 43 „ Camp Phillips, Kansas HAWLEY. ROBERT, ' 43 Douglas, Wyoming HUFFMAN, KENAZ, ' 44 Denver, Colorado HUGGINS, HORACE, ' 43 Cofleyville, Kansas HENDRICKSON, STANLEY, ' 43 Casper, Wyoming MORROW, WILL, ' 45 Litllelon, Colorado MITCHELL, DONALD, ' 45 Brush, Colorado MORGAN, DAVID, ' 44 Sioux Cily, Iowa POWLOSKI, ROBERT, ' 44 Fort Devens, Massachusetts PURINTON, RAYMOND, ' 44 Denver, Colorado RALSTON, ROBERT, ' 45 Valentine, Nebraska RACE, WILLIAM, ' 45 Peoria, Illinois RICE, JAMES. ' 44 St. Louis, Missouri WEINHART, JACK, ' 45 North Canton, Ohio WOODWARD, RICHARD, ' 43 Denver, Colorado WILLITS. NED, ' 43 _ Corona, Cahfornia PLEDGES BRANNEY, JOHN, ' 46 Casper, Wyoming BRIDGES. JACK. ' 46 Goodland, Kansas BOWLER, JAMES, ' 44 Sioux City, Iowa BURNEY, PHIL, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado DAY, WILLIAM, ' 46 Casper, Wyoming DALPOGGETTO, NEWTON, ' 44 Sonoma, Colilornia DUFFY. JAMES, ' 46 Denver, Colorado ELLIS, CLARENCE, ' 46 .Colfeyville, Kansas GILLEN, JOSEPH, ' 46 „ Denver, Colorado GOOD, MAX, ' 46 _ Denver, Colorado GOWER. FRANK, ' 45 Denver, Colorado HALL, BOB, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HULEATT, WILLIAM. ' 46 Denver, Colorado LEE, WILLIAM. ' 46 Denver. Colorado LUCKETT. HARVEY, ■46...„ Denver, Colorado MacINTYRE, THOMAS, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado NAEB, HAROLD, ' 46 Brighton, Colorado NOCE, GENE. ' 43 _ Newton, Kansas OHARA. RODERICK, ' 46 Denver, Colorado PERKIN. GENE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado PLUMMER, JOHN, ' 46 Newlon, Kansas RICE. JACK. ' 46 St. Louis, Missouri ROSHOLT, JACK, ' 46 „ Denver, Colorado SAWHILL, WILLIAM, ' 46 Si. Francis, Kansas SMITH. JACK, ' 45 Denver, Colorado THOMAS, ROBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado VANDERWILT, V ILLIAM, ' 46 Denver, Colorado VOGLER, HARRY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado WOOLLEY, NORMAN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado WEST, JACK, ' 46 Denver, Colorado WATSON, ROBERT. ' 46 Denver, Colorado WRIGHT. ROBERT. ' 46 Omaha, Nebraska YEAGER, GENE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado Don Hardin SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Athletics have ployed an important role in the life of the S. A. E. ' s this year. They not only won the singles golf and the track championships, but were also high in other sports. Three out of the six Pacesetters are members of Sig Alph. The forty-first con- secutive Sailor Dance will be a long- remembered event for all of them. The fraternity was founded in 1856 at the University of Alabama. In 1891 it came to the C. U. campus. The S. A. E. house- mother is well known and much-loved Purdie Lei Brand, who runs a date bureau for men and women of the campus. The pin is rhombic in shape, with gold letters and figures on a royal purple background. The violet is, of course, their flower. Campus leaders from Sigma Alpha Ep- silon include: Bob Hawley — Editor of the Coloradan, Heart and Dagger, president Pi Gamma Mu, Equestrian Club, Sumalia, C. U. Days chairman. Pacesetter; Don Hardin — Editor, Colorado Engineer, varsity baseball, interfraternity council, C. U. Days committees; Horace Huggins — Varsity bas- ketball, Sumalia, Sophomore Prom com- mittee, C. U. Days committee; Dick Wood- ward — Varsity football, Sumalia, Pace- setter, Sigma Tau; and Ray Purinton — Sumalia, Pi Tau Sigma, Scimitar, Colorado Engineer, Tau Beta Pi. Mrs. Lei Brand 325. SIGMA CHI OFFICERS ROBERT STETSON President ED FORD Vice-President TED CHRYSLER _ Secretary LARRY SELF Treasurer MRS. MARY WICKS House Mother T r T " f r ( Top row — Albriqhl, Allon. Bolly, G. Cain. L. Cain. Carvor. Chrysler Second row Dawson, Dykslra, Emory, Eland. Hawlhorno, Hoald, Hitllo Third row Hyde, Konny, Konnison, LinstodI, McElhone. Millon. Nicoll Fourth row Onstad, Parker, Roberts, Shillor, Sell. Siltiq, Slawson Filth row Stetson, Taylor, Van Lopil , Voqel, Worne, Woidman Sixth row Whilalier, Williams, Wunnicko, Wunsch Bottom row — Yuncker. Zanq FACULTY WALDO E. BROCKWAY GRAHAM C. WILSON ACTIVES ALBRIGHT, HOBART, ' 45 Oak Park, IHinois ALLEN, BILL, ' 45 Steamboat Springs, Colorado BETTY, lERRY, 44 Colorado Springs, Colorado CARVER, BILL, ' 45 Hollywood, California CHRYSLER, TED, ' 44 Denver, Colorado DAWSON, DICK, ' 43 Denver, Colorado DEAM, DICK, ' 44 loliel, Illinois DYKSTRA, PHIL, ' 44 _ Denver, Colorado ELAND, GENE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado FORD, ED, ' 43 Denver, Colorado GRAHAM, DON, ' 45 Denver, Colorado HAWTHORNE, RAY, ' 46 Chicago, Illinois KENNEY, RUSSEL. ' 45 Denver, Colorado KENNISON, HERB, ' 44 Denver, Colorado KNIGHT, REUBEN, ' 45 Dallas, Texas LONABAUGH. EUGENE, ' 46 „ Sheridan, Wyoming LINSTEDT, ROBERT, ' 44 Denver, Colorado McELHONE, FRITZ, ' 46 Hinsdale, Illinois METZGER, TED, ' 45 Denver, Colorado MILLEN, KEITH, ' 43 „ Brighton, Colorado MARSHALL, WARREN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PARKER, DON, ' 44 _ Denver. Colorado PEARSE, DICK, ' 43 Denver, Colorado RUTHERFORD, WELLES, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorodo SELF, LARRY, ' 43 _ _ Denver, Colorado SITTIG, BILL, ' 45 Glencoe, Illinois SLAWSON, NL ' VIN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado SMITH. IIM, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado SMITH, STAN, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado STETSON, ROBERT, ' 43 Denver, Colorado VAN LOPIK, lUSTlN, ' 45 _ Castle Rock, Colorado VOGEL, LEONARD, ' 44 Golden, Colorado WEIDMAN, BILL, ' 45 Denver, Colorado WHITAKER, lACK, ' 44 Fairplay, Colorado WARNE, CLINTON, ' 45 Amherst, Massachusetts WINTERER, FRANK, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PLEDGES ACTON, CURTIS, ' 45 Mitchell, Nebraska BALKENBUSH, )IM, ' 46 Center, Colorado BRENNEMAN, DICK, ' 45 Roswell, New Mexico CAIN, GILBERT, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado CAIN, ROY, ' 45 Pueblo, Colorado CLOUSER, DOYLE, ' 46 _ Castle Rock, Colorado EMERY, FRED, ' 46 Lexington, Massachusetts FRANKS, SID, ' 46 Denver, Colorado GARBER, lACK, ' 46 _ Omaha, Nebraska HAYHURST, DALE, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado HEALD, BRADLEY, ' 45 Denver, Colorodo HITTLE, DICK, ' 45 Denver, Colorado HYDE, BOB, ' 46 Sioux Falls, South Dakota KLINGER. ROGER, ' 45 Denver, Colorado MEYERS DICK, ' 46 Hinsdale, Illinois MURPHY, LEONARD, ' 46 Chicago. Illinois NICHOALDS, HARRY, ' 46 Detroit, Michigan NICOLL, BOB, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado ONSTAD. VIRGEL, 46 Brighton, Colorado ROSE BOB. ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado SHANER, IIM, ' 46 Denver, Colorado SHIFFER. GEORGE, ' 44 La Grange, Illinois ST, CLAIRF MEL. ' AS Worland, Wyoming TAYLOR. CHUCK -li Bn.ihton, Colorado TER HAR, BUR. 46 Denver, Colorado WILLIAMS, TOM, 45 Canon City, Colorado WUNNICKE. CHARLES. ' 44 Chevonne, Wyoming WUNSCH, LLE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado YUNCKER, JACK, ' 46 South Bond, Indiana ZANG, AD, ' 46 . Denver, Colorado :(2 i SIGMA CHI Due to the Regional Sigma Chi confer- ence in Denver this winter, the traditional South Sea Island formal was not held. Their formals, however, were not lacking in their usual luster and excitement. For part of their philanthropic activities, the fraternity this year is putting Sugar — port Mastiff and part St. Bernard — through the University. Because she is popular with all the boys, she attempts to keep her curricula as varied as possible, and her scholastic average is up to par. The fraternity was founded in 1855 at Miami University and came to the C. U. campus in 1914. The colors are blue and gold, and the flower is the white rose. The white cross badge of the fraternity is worn by members and sweethearts all over the nation. Fraternity highlighters include: Larry Self — Active in the Business School, man- ager of the fraternity. Delta Sigma Pi treas- urer; Bob Stetson — President Sigma Chi, president Interfraternity Council, Colorado Engineer, Scimitar; Dick Pearse — Out- standing work in the field of music, music honorary, Rhythm Circus; Bob Linstedt — Dance committee for the Engine Ball and the fraternity formals, N. R. O. T. C; and Justin Van Lopik — Greek combine repre- sentative from Sigma Chi, active in the Pharmacy School, Silver and Gold. Bob Stetson Mrs. Wicks fc. : -. ; i - ; ' ) ' i. - i 327 SIGMA NU OFFICERS DERALD WHITING President DICK MECKLEY Vice-President JOHN ALLEN JONES Secretary JOHN MILLER Treasurer MRS. GERTRUDE DE FORD House Mother ACTIVES BRADLEY, WILLIAM, ' 44 Littleton, Colorado ELLIOTT, ROBERT, ' 44 Denver, Colorado GOLDEN, JEROME, ' 45 Goodland, Kansas JONES, JOHN ALLEN. ' 45 Wheatland, Wyoming LOGAN, ROGER, ' 45 Denver, Colorado MECKLEY, RICHARD, ' 45 Elyria, Ohio MILLER, JOHN, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PALMER, WILLIAM, ' 45 Rock Springs, Wyoming SHIMEALL, CLARK, ' 43 Goodland, Kansas SIMMONS, WILLIAM, ' 43 Denver, Colorado WHITING, DERALD, ' 45 Wheatland, Wyoming PLEDGES BANCROFT, THOMAS, ' 46 Palisade. Colorado BROWN, LEONARD, ' 46 Sharon Springs, Kansas COCHRAN, DALE, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado DAVOREN, WILLIAM, ' 46 Denver. Colorado ELLRICK, JAMES, ' 46 Grand Junction, Colorado HAIR, JAMES, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HUEY, ROBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado JOLLY, JAMES, ' 46 Denver, Colorado JOSEPH, NORMAN, ' 46 Walsenburg, Colorado MAURO, GEORGE. ' 46 Walsenburg, Colorado NIXSON, JACK, ' 45 Wheatland, Wyoming ROE, DONALD, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado SUPANCIC, LOUIS, " 44 Cameo, Colorado WILSON. JOHN, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado Top row Bancrolt, Bradley. Cochran. Davoren. Elliott Second row Huoy, Jolly. Jonoi, Norman. Huoy Third row Mauro. Mockloy. Miller. Nlx»on. Palmor Fourth row Shimoall. SlmpKon, Supanck Bottom row Whlllnq. WII»on 328 SIGMA NU Although seventy-five per cent of their membership is now in the Army, Navy, or Marines, the Sigma Nus have not had a dull year. The chapter itself has bought war bonds. Fall quarter the fraternity gave a Green- wich Village dance, to which members and their dates came, portraying everyone from Mrs. Astor to Harlemites. The down- stairs of the house was decorated like a Yukon bar. Every Sunday evening the Sigma Nus have entertained their dates at a " Mush Supper. " Black, white, and gold are the fraternity colors; the flower is the white rose. The fraternal badge is the white star, renowned in many of their songs. Among the notable alums from Gamma Kappa chapter are Glenn Miller, band- leader; John C. Vivian, governor of Colo- rado; and Howard Barlow, prominent in C. B. S. Outstanding members are: Clark Shi- meall — Sigma Gamma Epsilon; Bill Sim- mons — Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Tau, Com- bined Engineers, A. S. M. E., Scimitar; Dick Meckley — Varsity football; Derald Whiting — Interfraternity Council; and Jack Miller — Scimitar. Derald Whiting Mrs. De Ford .-jag SIGMA PHI EPSILON OFFICERS RICHARD FRANKE President lOE REALE Vice-President JACK POHLENZ _ Treasurer RICHARD NEWELL Secretary BEN SPURLOCK Faculty Advisor yj Top row Alf. Bald. Brady. Brown. Davis Second row - Dean. Franko. Glazo. GlooBon, Hardin Third row )ack on, lacobson, McKoo. Miller. Mooro Tourlh row Nowoll. Oakoi. Poylon. Pohloni. Romcr Bollom row Shumway, Sloll. Taylor FACULTY NORMAN BALD PAUL BRADLEY PAUL DEAN RALPH PRATOR ACTIVES ALF, JOHN. ' 45 Pueblo, Coloradc ARDELL, BUD, ' 43 Jackson, Mississippi BABKIEWICH, FRANK, ' 45 Speonk, New Yrr. BRADY, OWEN, ' 45 Denver, Colora : BROWN, PAUL, ' 43 Denver, Colorado DAVIS, ORIN, ' 43 Denver, Colorado DEAN, PAUL, ' 43 Boulder, Colorado FRANKE, RICHARD, ' 44 Zion National Park, Utah FULLERTON, BRUCE, ' 43 Brooklyn, New York GLAZE, GERALD, ' 43 Sioux Falls, South Dakota GLEASON, RAY, ' 45 Glendale, California HARDIN, ROBERT, ' 45 Grand Island, Nebraska JACKSON, AL, ' 44 Rocky Ford, Colorado McCLURG, WILLIAM, ' AA Chicago, lllin. McKEE, HENRY, ' 44 Boulder, Colora ■ MILLER, ARTHUR, ' 44.. Belmont, lov. MINNIS, TED. ' 45 Des Moines. lev. MOORE, MERRILL, ' 45 Denver, Colore NEWELL, RICHARD, ' 45 Schenectady, New York PEYTON, JOHN, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado POHLENZ, JACK, ' 44 Loveland, Colorado REALE, JOSEPH, ' 45 Denver, Colorado ROMER. JAMES, ' 44 Holly, Colorado PLEDGES BALD. HARVEY, ' 45 Enqlewood, California lACOBSON. V ARREN, ' 44 Albuquerque. New Mexico KELLOGG, WALLACE. ' 44 Denver, Colorado PELZ, ROBERT, ' 46 New York City, New York OUINN, LLOYD, ' 45 Denver, Colorado REID, WILLIAM, ' 46 Denver, Colorado SHUMWAY, RALPH, ' 45 Fredericksburg, Virginia STOLL. HAROLD, ' 45 Windsor, Colorado TAYLOR, THOMAS, ' 46 Telluride. Colorado 330 SIGMA PHI EPSILON In an attempt to aid the War effort, the Sig Eps moved out of their house this year to provide more room for the Japanese Language students. Their old house is now known as the " Bastille. " The tra- ditional " dog and badger " fight between the Sig Eps and the Phi Gams was tem- porarily discontinued for the same reason. In 1903, two years after the founding of the fraternity, the chapter was born on the Boulder campus and since then has been an ever-present source of talent, socially, athletically, and scholastically. The American Beauty rose and the vio- let are the fraternity flowers, and their colors are purple and red. The Sig Ep pin is a heart with Greek letters in the center. Carrying on the tradition of campus prominence are many of the Sig Eps. Among them are: Bruce Fullerton — Var- sity baseball and president of Sumalia; Orin Davis — Sumalia and varsity base- ball; Jack Pohlenz — Tau Beta Pi; and Merrill Moore — Varsity football. Dick Franke Ben Spurlock 331 332 333 While working our way thru College We ' ve gotten more than knowledge. Although we haven ' t time to dance T. T. Bill ' s still one of our " haunts. " GRADUATION GREETINGS TO C. U. AND ALUMNI THOMAS A. DINES DENVER ( roohd ' ctub ctuoer GRADUATION GREETINGS E. M . Carpenter H. C. Carpenter L, C. 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Leo V. 227. 304 B Ball. Mary Ethel. 32. 79 Barker. Gordon. 224, 239, 324 Bauer, Frank S., 55. 241. 248 Beattie. Wayne. 55. 152. 241, 248 Bell, Don, 182 Bemis, Edwin. 306 Bernard. William. 239 Berueffy. Minnie. 256 Birk. W. Otto. 23. 248 Bitter. Charles. 219. 229, 308 Blair, Julian M., 257. 308 Borgmann. C. C, 29. 55, 248 Boyle. James. 226 Bradley, Paul, 164, 171 Bramhall, F. D., 54 Brockway, Waldo E., 326 Brown, Lydia, 23. 24. 32 57 252 284. 296 Broxon. James, 54. 257 Brubaker. W. F., 55 Bruner. Hope. 54 Cage, J. M., 230 Carlson. Harry G., 23, 24, 78, 178 Carpenter, Helen, 256 Coleslock, Ruth, 25 Cox. Forrest. 192, 324 Cox, Roy A.. 54. 238 Cramer. Edison H.. 227, 322 Craven, Grace. 276 Cree. Alan, 247 Crosman. Ralph L.. 27 Cross, A. C, 23. 256 Cuthberlson, Stuart. 27, 316 D D ' Arms. E. F.. 23 Dean. Paul M.. 23 Demulh. Lawrence. 324 Dewey. Bartlett, 229. 308 Dobbins. George. 235. 241, 250 Dobbins. Mrs. George. 225 Donnen. Jane. 54 Douglass. Harl R.. 28, 256 Downing, R. L, 55, 157 Downing, Warren, 224 Drummond, Fred, 229 Dugan, Helen. 274 Dunham. Rowland W.. 23, 25 Du Vail. W. C. 55. 230, 248 Dyde. W. F. 256 Eaatom, F. A., 55, 152, 230, 248 Eckel, C. L„ 28, 55, 248 Eckhardl. Carl C. 27. 54. 310 Elsenback, Dorothy, 226 Ellsworth, Ralph E., 28 Ely, Ralph, 318 Evans, Foster, 257 Evans, Herbert S., 23 24. 152 230 240 Fehlmann. Hazel A,. 39. 232. 256 Figley, Angeline. 54 Fischer. Vol B., 310 Franklin, Walter B., 56, 227. 316 Fritz, Percy, 54 Fullerton, G. G., 222, 227 Galland, Benjamin, 34. 54 Garnsey, Morris. 239 Geek. Francis. 226 George. R. D., 247, 316 Germann, F. E., 54 Goodykoontz. Colin B.. 54 56 Green, M. D., 23 Griffin, Dale, 54 Gross, Katherine, 243, 254 Guslavson, R. G., 23, 26, 229, 320 H Hazard, William J.. 240 Hoffmann. Fritz L., 54 Hoffmeister, H. A., 247, 308 Holden, Dr. Lawrence W., 312 Holubar. Le Roy, 55, 230, 240 257 Houston, Qifford G., 28 312 ' Hull, William L., 241 Hulley, Karl K., 316 Huntington, Dorothy, 242 Hutchinson. Charles. 55, 240 248 308 Jameson, Frances, 54 Jensen, Vernon, 239 Jewell, William R., 257 Johnson, Edna, 232 Johnson, John L., 318 Jones, Horace. 251 K Kanouse. Mabel C. 57, 284 Kampner, Aubrey J., 28, 240 Kendall, Claribel, 54, 57, 240 Kendrick. H. W,. 222. 227 King. Edward C. 25, 223, 324 Lam, William C, 29, 56. 324 Leh. Leonard. 54, 239 Le Vegue, Norma, 282 Lewis, Leslie L.. 54 Lesser, George, 310 Light, George, 56, 240 Long, Ll.V.O., 219, 230.322 Longley. W. W.. 247 Lyda, Mary Louise. 276 Mc McCombs. R. K.. 54 McCormick. C. M.. 230 McGuire. Carl. 239 McKeehan, Irene, 54, 57, 292 kicNair, Arthur, 55, 224, 250 M Malick, Clay. 26, 239 Mallory, Walter F., 55, 241 Marshall, Pauline, 54 Martin, Dorothy, 57, 258. 292 Mehl. Marie. 256 Menoher, Wade L., 224 Mills, Hubert. 255 Morris, H. L., ' 222, 227 Murphy, Richard, 228 Murphy, Mrs. Richard, 228 N Nelson. Walter K., 55, 240 Niehaus, Fred R., 227, 255 Norris, Charles H.. 54 Nyland, N. S., 152 o O ' Doy, David W., 229, 308 Ogilvy, Mrs. Dorothy, 54 Ogilvy, Jack, 54 Palmer, Dorothy, 54, 256 Palmer, H. B., 55. 218, 230 Parker, Norman A., 55, 248 Parker, Vernon C, 24i Petersen, Elmore. 23 25 222 227 324 Pietenpol, William B., 29 257 Poe. Dr., 229, 316 Poley, Margaret S.. 256 Potts. Frank C. 164. 174 175 177 314 Prentup. Frank. 164. 192. 324 Prien. C. H.. 152 Q Ouam. L. O.. 247, 310 R Rackham. Eric. 26. 219. 237 Raeder. Warren. 55. 224, 248 Rathburn, Robert, 310 Redick, Joseph D., 54 Rees, Ma urice, 23, 24, 314 Reyburn, Marjorie. 54 Reynolds, George F., 28, 54, 242 Reynolds, Henry Etta, 286 Reynolds, Mabel S., 242 Robblns, Leslie F., 316 Roberts, Capl. F. H., 23, 26 Romig, Edna, 54 Russell, Katherine, 245, 286 Sandoe, James, 242 Schmidt, Martin, 229, 322 SchooUand, John B., 256 Schroeder. Paul G., 54 Scott, Georgia L., 240 Shelton, Robert, 174 Sibell, Muriel V., 27, 226 Smercheck, Lillian, 274 Sniveley, L. Clifton. 55. 240 Spencer. F. R.. 316 Sprowls. Joseph. 229 Spurlock. Benjamin. 241 Stearns. Robert L.. 21. 23. 54. 304 Stengel, Therese, 32, 225, 256 Storke, Frederic P., 54, 304 Stribic, Frances, 54, 57, 240 Sutherland, L. B., 220, 224. 248 Swayne. Ida L.. 54, 232. 294 Thoman. W. H.. 224. 248 Thompson. Paul. 321 Thompson, Harrison S., 54 Thompson, W. O., 247, 310 Toepelman, W. C, 247, 308 Tovani, Ernest P., 240. 320 Trainor, Margaret. 256 Trucksess. C. F.. 226 Vaille, Rebecca A. 252 256 294 296 Van Duzee. Mabel. 54 225 Van Ek. Jacob. 23. 24 Van Valkenburgh. Horace B.. 250 Vavra. Charles. 192 Veazie, Walter B.. 26 Voight. Alvin. 229 w Wagner. Charles A.. 241 Wahlstrom, E. E.. 322 Wakeham, Glen. 250 Waldrop. Gayle. 246 Walz. Frank C. 257 Warner. Ralph E.. 238 Washburn. H. C. 23, 25, 312 Wasley, Robert S., 227 West, Edward J.. 54. 242 Wheldon, Marjorie. 54. 101 Williams. Anna W., 27. 54 231 232 Wilson. Graham C. 326 Wilson. R. W.. 247 Witt. Norman F.. 217. 229 Wolcolt, Frank H., 56, 304 Wolle, Francis, 54, 324 Worcester, Philip G., 23, 29, 54 247 Yeager, James. 164 165 166 167, 324 340 STUDENT INDEX Abel, Margaret, 80, 294 Abrums, John D., 6, 100, 217 229 237 Ackley, Mary Elizabeth, 112, 154 Acton, Curtis, 6, 326 Adams, Belte Jean, 101, 102, 252, 284 Adams, Harriet D., 112 Adams, John R., 6, 164, 166, 316 Agee, Rosemary, 223 Ailinger, Walter, 322 Akers, Harold B., 6 Alberico, Charles T., 58, 221 Albright, Hobart, 326 Alexander, H., 78 Alexander, Mary Nancy, 101, 274 Alf, John T., 6, 100, 330 Alford, Helen, 36, 58, 294 Allen. Aubrey, 6, 164 Allen, Bill, 326 Allen, Harry, 164 Allen, Joan, 153 Allen. Margie, 58, 154, 286 Allen, Mariorie, 80, 229, 284 Alley, Paul, 6, 302 Alpert, Theodore, 6, 178, 195 Alvord, Leland Stuart, 112, 249 Amemiya, Isamu, 112 Amick, Louis, 112 Andersen, Millicent, 249 Anderson, Alfred, 112 Anderson, Alvan J., 112, 212, 234 Anderson, Betty, 102 Anderson, Charles, 6, 58 Anderson, Donald, 6, 102 Anderson, Duane, 221, 241 Anderson. Ewalt, 6, 220 Anderson, Gerald, 237, 304 Anderson, Homer, 314 Anderson, Hurlburl, 255 Anderson, John Alexander, 6 Anderson, Nedra, 232 Anderson. Parley Eugene, 6, 234 Anderson, Raymond, 322 Anderson, Richard, 6, 318 Anderson, Robert, 6, 221 Anderson, Susanne, 198, 199, 292 Anderson, T. Reid, 6, 216 Anderson, Virginia, 102, 150 223 228, 255 Angel, Isal, 250 Anna, Paul Lawrence, 218 Ansteensen, Eilif, 6 Appel, Walter, 6, 58, 92, 150, 152 220, 235, 302 Applegate, Stephan, 6 Archibald, Mary E., 249 Archibald, Samuel, 80, 246 308 Ardell, Bud, 330 Arfsten, Gloria, 112, 243, 294 Argetis, James, 169 Ariki, Joe, 112, 249 Armstrong, Nancy, 243, 290 Armstrong, Patricia, 280 Arnett, Robert, 154 Arnold, Josephine, 77 Arnold, Paul, 6 Arnold, Sara Jane, 112, 292 Aseniero, William, 6, 234 Asgian, Charles, 300 Ashby, Jean, 58, 243, 282 Askerooth, Lyle, 6, 249 Aspinwall, James, 6, 304 Atkeison, A. Ann, 33, 58, 254 Atkins, Dale, 78 178 179 180 181 Auner, Josephine, 112, 153 154 250, 290 Austin, Harold, 6, 112, 152, 322 Azar, Richard, 58 B Babcock, Henry Anne, 220 Bcchman, Edith Alice, 280 Backlund, Eva Marie, 113, 278 Bailey, Herbert Amell, 6, 58 Boiley, Jean Claire, 80 Bailey, Walter Boyce, 6, 316, 323 Bainer, Miriam Anne, 249 Bakarich, Nickie, 6, 174 175 177 322 Baker, Beverly Anne, 102, 292 Baker, Harrison Meade, 102 Bakev ell Hughes Robert 234 306 Bald, Harvey, 330 Baldwin, Betty Jo, 249, 274 Balkenbush, John James, 234, 326 Bancroft, Thomas Roswell 6 102 328 Bane, Isabel Nesmith, 99, 294 Banning, John David, 112, 306 Barb, Betty Annadell, 11 2 ' Barber, Don Richard, 6, 302 Barber, James Wilford| 217 221 237, 302 Barber, Soroh Ann, 292 Barbour, William Ernest 58 250 314 Bardwell, Ellen Louise, 286 Bardwell. George Eldred, 6 Barker, Mary Louise, 32, 79 80 90, 199, 232, 254 258 284 ' 298 Barker, Reid Stewart, 6 154 234 300 Barnes, Ida Nell, 102, 274 Barnes, Maurine, 58, 284 Barnes, Paul Evert, 249 Barnes, Phillip H., 6, 234 Harnett, Barbara Ann, 229 Barnett, Joni Dell. 249 Barnett, Robert, 308 Barngrover, Robert Glenn, 6, 125 Baroch. George Frank, 55 58 218 230. 240 Baroch, Robert Frank, 6, 102 Barr Richard Stuart, 6, 100 237 302 Barrett, Bertha Maxine, 33, 80 Barrett, Coranelle, 225 Barron, Paul David, 320 Barth, Francis Purcell, 6, 58, 324 Bashford, Bernard Dean, 249 Bashor, Harold Vernon, 234 Basinger, Alan Alvarde 6 80, 253, 255 Bateman, George Warren, 6, 314 Bates, David Edward, 217 Battaglino, James Pattrick, 6, 249 Baum, Nathan Lee. 162. 239 Baxter. Ivan Pett, 153, 221, 250 Beaghler, Richard, 6 Beamer, June Louise, 58, 282 Bean, Dorothy June, 102 Beard, Virginia, 102 Beardsley, Ruth Elaine 58 231 255 Beattie, Lvle, 102, 152 234 244 316.322 Beaty, James W., 112, 249 Beaty, Margaret Ann, 102, 294 Beaver. Marjory. 278 Bebee, John. 6, 100. 312 Beck, Betty Anne, 1 12 Beck, Elaine, 288 Beck, Paul, 102, 322 Becker, Floyd K. 6 234. 306 Becker, Lucille H., 57 58 77, 223 226, 252 Beery, Forrest F., 6 Behrman, Robert A., 6 Beidleman, Richard, 6 34 80 154 246, 253 Bein, Margaret Jane, 59, 61, 198 238, 254, 256, 286, 287, 298 Bein, Thomas C, 304 Belcher, Robert, 102, 216, 322 Bell, Leonard E., 6 Bell, Richard E., 6, 112 Bell, Robert H., 229, 310 Belzer, Annetta M., 102 Bemis, Edward, 240, 257 Bennett, Betty D., 59, 233, 255 Bennett, Chouncey A., 302 Bennett, Donn S., 6, 229, 310 Bennett, Elizabeth, 239 Bennett, Hazel M., 102 Bennett, Robert, 6, 234 316, 323 Bennetts, Shirlev 282 Berardi, Ida J., 223, 242 Berardi, Sylvia J.. 223, 249 Berg, Theodore, 320 Bergeson, Robert M., 6 112 234 250 Bergman, Robert David, 6, 234 Bergquist. Lois J., 252, 296 Berrick, Elinor J., 99 Berry, Joy J., 251 Berry, Kay L., 253 Berryman, Alfred fC., 6 Beson. Herbert J.. 6. 59 Bessee, Robert F.. 6. 316, 322 Bessol, Peter V.. 6, 308 Betasso, Betty Roe, 255, 282 Betterly, Robert, 249. 250 Betty, Alonzo J., 6, 326 Betz, Miriam, 80 Beveridge, Robert L, 195. 316, 322 Bevington, Betty. 112, 233 Beye, Jane W., 55, 112, 278 Bible. Anna Marie, 59 242 Bick, Hal W., 310 Bickford, Jonathan M. 6 80 216 237, 308 Bigelow, Robert F., 6. 310 Bigum William H.. 6, 195, 241 Biles, John A.. 229, 253 Billinqton, William. 6. 77, 80 Bingham, Donald S., 6, 250 Bishop. Ailene, 55 Black, Barbara L., 33, 80, 249, 276 Black. John A., 322 Blackburn, Darrell Clayton 112 249 Blackburn. Doris, 59, 77, 150, 153 Blackwell, Liman, 6 Blackwood, Charles J., 59 Blair, Patricia, 99 Blake, Virginia, 154, 294 Blakey, John W.. 300 Blalock. V illiam W., 59, 216 Blankenship, Lois, 102, 229 Blickensderfer, Elizabeth, 102, 217 Bliss, Jane, 292 Blix, Jean, 102, 149 Blomgren, Elaine, 39 79 80 153 198, 243, 286 Bloom, Beatrice, 101, 102, 243 Bloomer, Phillip A., 59, 247, 312 Bloomquist, Charles, 6, 229 235 244 Bloomquist, Donald, 6, 234, 244 Blumberg, Nathan, 6, 80, 150, 153 165, 246,320 Boatright, Betty, 225, 250, 255 Boblits, Frances, 250 Bobrick, Frank, 237 Boetter, Dorothy, 79. 80, 258 Boetter, Mariorie, 258 Bolles, John, 6 Bollig, Betty J., 112 Bonacci, Leo G., 6, 80, 253 Bonath, Ruth E., 59 Bonde, Erik K., 6, 77, 225 Bone, Cynthia, 252 Boner, Richard G., 6 Book, Maxine, 102 Booth, Shirley, 59, 201, 286 Boothby, B. Charles, 310 Boothroyd, Edwin P., 6, 59, 252 Boring, Mariorie, 1 12 Borman, Arthur P., 300 Bosco, Henry A. ,6, 80, 314 Boss, Arthurs., 6, 155, 234 Bosworth, Ann, 112, 153, 290 Botts, Duane C, 6, 249, 251 Boucher, Robert L., 6, 112, 252 Boulls, Betha G., 81, 249, 276 Boutcher, Ben, 320 Bowen, Emma Frances, 59 220 224, 233, 249 Bowers, Elizabeth, 101, 102, 249 Bowers, Wanda Eileen, 102 Bowes, Harold R,, 6, 197, 234, 304 Bowie, James W., 306 Bowler, James R., 6 Bowles, James, 229, 324 Bowman, Dexter, 6, 310 Bowman, Ernest D., 216 Boxer, Jack B., 6 Boyd, Buell A., 246 Boyd, Malcolm R., 6 Boyer, Dixie Lee, 226 Brace, Jean, 284 Brachenbury, Barbara Belle, 294 Bradbury, Emery E., 314 Bradfield, Robert, 112, 249, 312 Bradley, Bill, 6, 164, 216, 310, 328 Bradley, Charlene, 81 Bradley, Ruth, 112 Bradley, William, 6, 81, 240 Bradshaw, Harold, 6 Bradshaw, Joel, 59 Bradshaw, Marian, 102, 153, 282 Bradt, Albert, 6, 218, 230, 240 250, 316 Bradt, Gordon, 6 Bradt, Virginia, 202, 294 Brady, Hermie, 6, 234 Brady, Mary Jane, 59, 77 Brady, Owen, 102, 330 Brainerd, Qarice, 59, 245, 274 Brand, Thomas, 239 Brandhorst, Edward, 6, 234 Brandt, Winifred, 250, 274 Branney, John W., 6, 324 Breetwor, Melvin, 6, 102, 225 237, 320 Brennan, Thomas, 59 Brenneman, Richard, 6, 326 Brewer, Thomas, 113, 312 Brewster, Robert, 113, 304 Brickham, Eleanor, 149, 280 Bridenbaugh, Mary Alice, 99, 113, 284 Bridges, Jack, 324 Briggs, Charmion, 81, 153 Briggs, Paul, 6, 164, 314 Briggs, Shirley, 81, 153 Brill, William, 6, 113 Brinker, Morrison, 81, 223 Brines, Homer, 6 Brines, Thomas. 6 Bristol, Everett, 6, 81, 234 244, 253 Brltt, Louverta, 99, 249 Brittin, Wesley, 257 Brocesky, Frank, 6, 249 Brock, Harold, 6, 234 Brockway, Berta Ruth, 292 Broderick, Norman, 304 Broida, Herbert, 77 Broida, Matilda, 258, 288 Brooker. Janet, 59, 77, 282 Brooks, Marcia, 288 Broquet, Jacqueline, 103, 154, 290 Brotzman, Donald G., 6, 74, 78, 164, 167, 168, 174, 176,304 Brown, Allen, 216 Brown, Agatha, 77, 154, 225 Brown, Audrey, 242 Brown, Bardwell, 6, 234, 237, 306 Brown, Ben B., 6, 234, 306 341 Brown. Gene, 99 Brown, George R.. 6 Brown, Hazel, 59 Brown, Juneva K., 249 Brown. Lawrence C, 6 Brown, Leonard R., 6, 328 Brown, Melva C, 103 Brown, Richard E., 6, 60, 227. 304 Brown, Roben W., 6 Brown, Sarah Louise, 99, 249 Brown, Zolman E., 225 Brubeck, Charles E., 310 Bruner, Richard I.. 300 Buchanan. Barbara D.. 103, 245 Buck, Blanche, 81, 280 Buck, Donald C, 6 Buckler. Anne. 290 Buerger. Ernestine. 251 Bull. James A.. 103. 150 BuUen. Glenn R., 6. 249 Bundgaard, Gordon C, 164. 165. 310 Bunger. Kov ard P.. 60. 220. 314 Bunnell, Mary Lou, 280 Bunten, John A., 229. 310 Burch. Harold F., 6 Buriord. Barbara B., 113. 276 Burgener, Charles R., 6, 249 Burgener. Donald, 6, 113, 249 Burger, James M., 193, 304 Burgess. William E.. 310 Burk. Darrell M.. 6. 249 Burk. Marion K.. 6. 249 Burke. Betty L,. 60. 280 Burke. Beverly E., 235 Burlingame. Dean Robert. 6 103. 219. 234. 318 Bumard. Louise C. 113. 280 Burnell. Marguerite A.. 113 Barney. Philip G., 113. 324 Burnstein. Abe H.. 60 Burris, Leslie. 55. 60. 216, 235, 240 248 Bursiel, Charles A., 6, 77 Burtard, Wilbur M., 6 Bum, Jack R., 60, 221, 241 Busby, L. Mino, 310 Busiel, Miriam R.. 103. 288 Bush. Mary E.. 33 60, 77. 251 252. 256. 296 Bussian. John A.. 6, 306 Byers. Max R.. 308 Byrd. Daniel H., 6 Byrd, Shirley M., 99, 249 Cain, Gilbert K., 6, 326 Cain, Leroy R., 326 Caldwell, Douglas W., 316 Caldwell, Eleanor L, 81, 231, 274 Callord, Charles G.. 100, 103, 310 Calller, Douglas R.. 247 Cameron. Betty, 33, 101, 103, 243, 254, 282 Cameron, Gladys D., 113 Campbell. Donald A.. 6. 155, 234, 310 Campbell, Elizabeth F., 81 Campbell, Harley M.. 314 Campbell, Leonard M., 6, 125 Campbell, Marjorle C, 113, 154, 200, 294 Cannon. William F., 6 CarancI, Roland, 6, 164, 165, 168, 172. 174 Cardinal. Pogglroo. 113. 282 Carllle. Huntington. 242 Carlin. Palmer. 6. 234. 249. 255 Carlisle, Forrest, 103, 234, 300 Carlson, Alice L., 60 Carlson, Beth, 223, 225 Carlson, Doris, 223 Carlson, Gordon M.. 6, 318 Carlson. Oscar T., 6 Carlson, Suzanne, 254, 294 Carlton, Robert E., 6 Carlyle. Esther E.. 113 Carmack. John M.. 6, 113, 302 Carman, Curtis Charles, 60 Carmoney, Lester, 99 Carmosino. Josephine, 249 Carnes, Doris, 99 Carney, Jean, 6 Carpenter, Clara R., 99 Carpenter, Grace E., 113 Carr, Cynthia J.. 103, 199, 282 Carr, John E., 6, 174 Carraway, Caroline G,, 103 Carroll. Adah L.. 77. 251 Carroll. George L.. 6. 81. 310 Carroll. William F,, 6, 60. 310 Carson. Beverly Beth, 113 Carson, Donald E., 242 Carter, Everett V., 6. 225 Carlwright. Marshall C. 6 Carver. Harold E.. 35. 55, 60, 89, 235, 255 Carver, William A., 326 Gary. John R., 6. 81. 221, 249 Case. Cleo Lajune. 1 13. 249, 255 Case, Harold W„ 219, 220 Cassidy, William, 322 Castle. Polly Ann. 101. 103. 153. 162.228.252,286 Casto, Richard W., 6 Cathey, Forrest, 6, 113 Cebulski, Stanley A., 302 Chalaire, Robert, 6, 229 Chambers, Lloyd E., 6, 164, 324 Champlin, John A., 314 Chance, Emerson L., 6, 103, 302 Chance, Lois, 81 Chapman, Eugene H., 6 Charles, Lloyd W., 6 Charlesworth, Eileen, 149, 249 Charlier, Shirley P.. 60, 198. 286 Chase, Alpha M., 6 Chase, Barbara E., 60, 249, 274 Chassell, John, 6, 100, 221, 234, 244, 249 Cheney, Betty Lou, 99 Cheney, Ross R., 6 Chepelenko, Fred J., 6, 234, 244, 300 Chernoff, Debi Lee, 217, 251 Chikuami, Roy T., 225 Child, Robert W.. 237. 302 Chinn. James. 113, 250, 253 Chinn, Joseph, 34, 60, 76, 225 Choun, Joseph M., 300 Christensen, Edward C, 60, 229 Chrislensen. Mary E.. 81, 243, 252 Chrysler, Theodore, 326 Cieber. Donald C. 150 Cladis. John B.. 6. 81. 195, 216, 237, 240, 318 Clapham, Joseph C, 6, 1 13 Clapp, Marjorie F., 60, 284 Clark, Clover, 233 Clark, Ellen, 113 Qark, Lowell R., 6 Clark, Maria J., 60, 232 Clark. Mary Jo. 99. 243 Clark. Paul G., 30. 41, 54, 56. 60, 77, 78, 150, 162, 235, 239 Clark, Ralph M., 220 Clark, Robert W., 6, 61 Clark, Vivian M., 103 Classen, Kenneth G., 249 Clay, Walter E., 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 171, 172, 173, 195, 314 Clement, Mary L., 233 Cline, Richard L., 302 Qinton, Marjorie B., 221, 233, 250 Clouser, Doyle W.. 326 Coan. William R.. 6 Cobb, Carolyn, 256, 274, 275, 298 Coburn, Alan A., 61, 216, 229, 310 Cocharo, G.. 6. 113 Cochran. Andrew Halo, 306 Cochran, Dale S.. 6. 113. 328 Cochran. Dorothy V.. 231 Cochran, Norbort S.. 81. 318 Coo, Fred C, 6, 312 Coo. John C, 154 Coffoy, Victor L, 6. 221 Cohan, Eleanor R., 61, 77, 162, 228, 239, 288, 289, 298 Cohan. Herbert M.. 6. 320 Cohen. Stanley B.. 320 Colburn. Wanda, 81, 243 Cole, Agnes, 103 Coleman, Verda R., 231 Collier, George D., 6, 324 Collins, Margaret A., 61, 238, 280 Collins. Richard. 6. 314 Coloff. Pete. 6 Colson. Miriam F.. 251 Colt. James B.. 6. 221 Colter. Kathleen. 294 Colvin. Kathryn. 61. 286 Colwell, Walton B.. 6. 220. 250 Combs, John E„ 81, 220 Comegys, Margaret J., 101, 103, 280 Condon, William R., 6, 322 Conn, Eric E., 77, 82, 255 Connelly, Maxine A., 113, 229 Conrey, George W,, 6, 234 Cook, Arnold H.. 6. 1 13. 152, 320 Cook, Herbert V., 113, 151, 320 Cooke, Shelby C. 6. 100. 234. 237. 244, 300 Cooley, Frank G., 6, 162, 234 Cooley, Maurice E., 103, 255 Coon, Minor J., 54, 61, 216, 235 Cooper. Kenneth K.. 249, 300 Coover, William M., 6, 114, 312 Copley. Yvonne R.. 233 Corbo. Robert, 324 Corcelius, Lucile. 255 Corlett. Mary E., 61. 242 Corliss. Wells M.. 6. 234. 244, 249 Corner, George W., 6, 234 Cosmos, Elaine D., 103, 114 Coston, Herbert H., 234 Cotton, Marion Alice, 1 14, 278 Cottrell, Georgie, 55, 114 Coughlin, James D., 6 Coulter Ann, 198, 243, 280 Counce, Robert, 6, 82, 249 Cousin, Cora, 61 Cowdery, William, 6 Cox, Woodward S., 221 Coxhead, Marilyn, 292 Cozzetto, Frank, 61, 217, 237 Crafts, Barbara I., 36, 61, 292 Craig, Mary Lou, 99, 103 Cramer. Corrinne. 1 14. 292 Cramer. John B.. 6. 229. 322 Cramer. Robert K., 6, 314 Crandell. John C, 6, 82, 310 Crary, Joan, 233 Crawford, Malcolm D., 61, 77, 239, 310 Creaghe. John St. George. 6. 316 Crebbin, Harry. 6. 114 Cree. Allan. 247 Creese. Don. 164 Criley. Mary E., 61, 250 Criswell. Gloria A.. 103, 217 Croff, JohnP., 314 Croke, Autrey, 6, 304 Cronkhite, Paul W„ 6 Crosby, Jean, 278 Crosman, Edith, 103, 284 Crosman, Margaret L,, 114, 284 Cross, George H., 229, 310 Cross, Marjorie, 33, 101. 103. 292 Cross, Warren D., 152, 255 Cross white, Gwendolyn, 61, 92, 239, 280 Crowell. Betty, 99 Crowder, George, 316 Crysler. Edwin W.. 6. 324 Crysler. Mildred. 114. 290 Cuaz. John D.. 304 Culley. John H., 6 Cummlngs, Gerald R., 219 Cunningham, Betty, 79, 82, 292 Cunningham, Richard, 234 Cunningham. Shirley. 61, 77, 239, 294 Currlo, beryl G., 6. 195 Currier, Alice, 61, 249 Currigan, Mary Evelyn, 217, 294 Curtis, George W„ 220, 224, 248, 302 Curize, Mary Jane, 99, 131. 286 Curwen, Jacques. 61. 220 D Dailey, Roger Kent, 6, 234, 244 Dolby, Gabriel Glad. 6, 234 DalPoggelto, Newton Francis, 195, 324 Daniels, Harold Eugene, 6 Daniels, Patricia, 61, 292 Daniels, Paul Edward. 6 Darby. Madge Virginia. 82, 284 Daum, Arvin Carl, 6, 300 David, Marjorie, 154 Davidson, Loretta Ilene, 61, 252, 296 Davies, Priscilla Alden, 99, 284 Davies, Robert Sherwood, 6, 316 Davis, Betty E ' .len, 99 Davis, Jack Hooker, 103, 314 Davis, John Edward, 6, 114, 302 Davis, Grin Daniel, 78, 83, 178 181,330 Davis, Phyllis Anne, 62, 286 Davis, Vaughn Franklin, 6, 316 Davoren, William, 6, 114, 328 Dawes, Paul Kenneth, 6 Dawson, Dick, 6, 55, 62, 216, 240, 248, 326 Day, Scott, Jr., 164, 322 Day, William James, 6. 164. 324 Deal. J:hn Wallace. 249. 316 Deam. Richard. 6. 326 Dean, Marshall Eugene, 322 Dean, Paul Marshall, 62, 221, 330 DeBacker, Florence. 229. 245. 250. 251. 256 DeBakey. Goldie, 82 deBeque. Wallace. 6, 62. 218. 299. 314. 315 DeBeukelaer. Frances, 149, 280 Dee, Robert Hurst, 6, 227, 316 Delaney, Mary Edith, 82, 233, 255 Delong, Dean Oliver, 322 DeMareo, Evelyn, 99 DeMordaunt, Pauline, 103, 284 Dempsey, Richard, 312 Denham, Dale Lee, 6 Denham, Philip Roy, 240 Denton, Harry, 314 Dergance, Genevieve, 62, 231, 276, 277, 298 DeSouchet, Bill, 6, 194, 322 deSpain, Arthur Lynn, 6 DeTarr, James, 6, 314 Detweiler, Margaret, 114, 162, 228 Davalon, Esther, 62, 150. 231. 284 Dever. Keith LeRoy. 220 DeVore. Robert. 6 Dewey. Evelyn. 238 Dey. Robert Hugh. 174. 176, 315 Dick, Dorothy Lorraine, 82, 284 Dick, Gerald Myton, 316 Dickinson, John Ray, 310 Dickinson, Sheila Lee, 103, 243, 250 Dicks, Peggey Roberta, 99, 114 Dieter, Wesley Harlow, 6 Dilley, Bill G., 6, 100,322 Dillon, Charles Eugene, 6, 62 Dillon, Elizabeth Lee, 286 Dllts, Fred William, Jr., 82, 229, 324 Dittman, Shirley, 282 Dixon, Abble Jean. 62. 231, 282 Dixon, Fred. 6. 82, 316 Dixon. Lola Bernice. 217 Dixon. Mary Frances, 282 Dixon, Raymond E., 316 Door, William Thomas, Jr., 6, 178, 193, 234, 304, 305 Dodson, Betty Joan, 154, 294 Dolan. N ancie Lee 103 Dole. Dorothy Ann. 114 Dolph. lorry Mlloy, 6, 114 :t«2 Dome, Gerald Leon, 6 Donnon, Royal Charles, 1 25 Donovan, Cerda Louise, 257 Donsky, Ben B., 6, 62, 219, 235 Dora, James Edward, 6, 249 Douden, Catherine, 114, 294 Doughty, Freda Jane, 114, 154, 228, 284 Doughty, Margaret Rose, 233, 276 Douglass, Fred D., 247 Dore, Virginia Louise, 101, 233, 251 Dowis, Gradon Forsythe, 6 Dowling, James Horace, 62, 221 Downey, Frank Doswell, 6 Downey, Kenneth, 234 Doyle, Donald Richard, 6, 82, 308 Doyle, John Anthony, 6 Doyle, John Patrick, 6 Drake, Fredrick Richard, 55, 62, 219, 235, 241 Drake, Martha Joanne, 1 14, 278 Drake, Theodore Edward, 1 50 Dreier, Loren Richard, 114 Dreier, Wayne Alan, 6, 114, 234 Dressier, Robert Lyle, 6, 34, 62, 240, 257 Drexel, Charles Francis, 35, 55, 62, 182, 221, 235, 240, 241, 248 Drexel, Mary Edith, 233, 255 Drinkard, Margaret Ann, 286 Drinkwater, Joan, 229, 294 Driscoll, Kathleen Louise, 82, 243, 286 Druehl, William Frank, 6 Ducy, Patricia Ruth, 101, 150, 294 Dudley, Coralie, 99, 200, 225 Dudley, Marjorie Meade, 282 Duffy, James Albert, 6, 114, 324 Dufour, Rene Frederick, 6, 103, 250 Duke, George Hiram, 6 Dukes, Gretchen, 114, 286 Dukes, Phillip James, 310 Duman, Louis Joseph, 6, 114, 320 Dumm, James Byron, 194, 316 Dunbar, Garnald Sterling, 6, 100, 221, 237, 322 Duncan, John Vail, 6 Duncan, Martin Leroy, 114 Dunham, Franklin, 221 Dunham, Lillian Edith, 233 Dunn, Joseph Paul, 154, 306 Dupler, Paul Arnold, 320 Du Pont, Preston Scott, 6, 234, 249 Durham, Franklin, 55, 62, 240, 241, 248 Durr, Dorothy Jean, 104, 245, 249 Duthie, Alastair Milne, 234, 304 Dyde, Jane Christian, 32, 62, 65, 202, 242, 292 Dye, Betty Jane, 82 Dykstra, Lemar, 234, 314 Dykstra, Phillip, 6, 82, 326 Dyrenforth, William P., 62, 152, 221,324 Eagen, Lewis Edward, 6, 234, 310 Eastin, Howard Hartman, 6, 221 Eastin, Irene Marie, 223 Eastman, Mary Jo, 62, 130, 292 Eastman, Robert Liggett, 316 Easton, Edison Ellsworth, 6, 253, 255 Easton, Robert Loren, 314 Ebaugh, David Clement, 6, 306 Echternach, Marguerite, 114, 154, 250 Echternach, Virginia, 114, 274 Echternacht, Norris, 6, 82, 218, 219, 255 Eckel, Robert Bruce, 6, 152, 221, 300 Eckles, Richard T., 82, 229, 310 Eddington, Roy David, 234 Edgar, John Martin, 6, 249 Edmondson, Mildred Anna, 114, 154, 251 Edwards, Adrian Clarence, 6, 304 Edwards, Charles Cornell, 114, 306 Edwards, Donald Vance, 6, 234 Egan, Helen Kathleen, 294 Egbert, Gilbert, 62, 316 Ehnbom, Mary Fredrique, 104 Eichelberger, William H., 55, 63, 218,230, 248, 257 Eicove, Seymour Hirsch, 6, 320 Ela, William, 6 Eland, Gene, 6, 251, 326 Elftman, John Eugene, 249 Elich, Mark Anthony, 34, 63, 253 EUedge, Emagene Faye, 99 Ellington, Rex, 55, 63, 152, 216. 240, 248, 322 Elliott, John Paul, 6, 322 Elliott, Mary Jean, 280 Ellis, Charles Marvine, 6, 310 Ellis, Clarence Watson, 6, 324 Ellis, Mary Jane, 153, 250, 290 Ellis, William Owen, 104, 302 Ellison, Jane, 82 Ellithorpe, Robert, 6, 234 Ellrick, Elmer James, 328 Eisner, George Francis, 6 Elston, Tallulah Le Conte, 280 Ely, Ralph, 257 Elzi, George Otis, 6, 63, 222, 308 Emerson. Jane, 1 15 Emery, Frederick L., 6, 1 15, 326 Emery, Jack Dow, 227, 314 Emmett, Persis Ruth, 101, 104, 252, 282 Enbohm, Mary, 223 Enders, Mary Grace, 115, 284 Enderud, Bonnie Vinona, 82 English, Albert Lyster, 6, 104, 310 Ennis, Mary Irene, 55, 99, 101, 104 Epstein, Joseph Samuel, 5 Erickson, Dean Marshall, 6 Erickson, Marjorie Lillian, 63, 198, 286 Erickson, William Gardner, 6, 220, 224, 248, 250 Erwin, Jean Marion, 33, 63, 254 Esgar, Jack B.. 55, 63, 221 Ethridge, Ralph Lee, 6 Ewald, Jack Claire, 63 Ewell, Claire Louise, 104 Eyerly, Jeanette Alice, 83, 233 Faber, Harry Lee, 104, 312 Fabling, John Stanley, 6, 164, 234, 304 Falkenberg, Janet, 83, 284 Falkenberg, John, 115, 152, 310 Farabaugh, Leonard Joseph, 6 Farabee, Betty Jane, 115, 284 Farabee, Thomas, 220 Faris, Patricia, 104, 282 Farr, Richard, 104, 304 Farrington, Jean Ann, 245 Fauber, Charles Earl, 63, 220, 314 Faytinger, Lynetta Ann, 33, 63 Fenger, Barbara, 115 Fenner, Robert, 6, 63, 304 Felfman, Morris, 217 Felkner, Barnett, 300 Fenton, Elizabeth, 229 Fenton, Marion, 240 Ferreri, Dominic Vincent, 6 Ferreri, Michael, 6 Field, Marshall, 6, 249 Fields, Raymond, 83, 221, 253 Fields, Vivian Hope, 63, 252 Fikany, Edward John, 220, 234 Fillmore. George, 6 Finch, Richard, 6, 222 Finch, Robert, 6, 63, 227 Finesilver, Oscar Shere, 6, 320 Fink, George, 6, 100, 104, 154, 234, 237, 244, 320 Finley, Joe, 6 Fischer, Glenn Albert, 6 Fischer, Robert, 63, 324 Fischer, Ruth Elizabeth, 99, 101. 104, 282 Fish, Shirley Jean, 99, 280 Fishel, Jeanne, 115 Fisher, Florence, 63, 256 Fisher, Hugh, 6, 83,310 Fisher, Richard, 6, 312 Fitzgerald, Richard, 115, 322 Flader, Irene Marjorie, 104 Flanders, Sara Ross, 30, 32, 38, 48, 54, 57, 63, 77, 238, 240, 286 Flanigan, Jim, 310 Flannery, Herbert Patrick, 7, 234, 314 Flannery, William, 7 Fleishman, Travis, 310 Fleming, David Edward, 7, 30, 35, 55, 56, 78 ,220, 224, 235, 248 Fleming, Richard Michael, 7, 63 Fleming, Eleanor, 83, 221 Fletcher, Jane, 115, 284 Fletter, Harry, 310 Fliehmann, Wilbur Jack, 7, 115 Flodin, Margery, 115 Flook, Lyman Russell, 220 Flower, Larry, 7, 306 Foley, Jack Clinton, 7 Folsom, Anne Ferril, 77, 226, 242, 292 Fonda, Julia Helen, 154, 225 Fong, Willie, 55 Foote, Kenneth, 7, 83, 222, 227, 234, 244 Ford, Edmund, 63, 220, 326 Ford, Gilbert, 64 Forister, Lorraine Elizabeth, 104, 229 Forister, Virginia, 104, 229 Forman, George, 7, 216 Forner, Janet, 99, 104, 284 Forrester, John, 7, 253 Forselius, Ruby Marie, 104 Forster, Robert Henry, 7 Foster, Clyde, 115, 300 Foster, Frances Nadine, 115 Foster, Helen, 104 Foster, Mary Joann, 83, 228 Foster, Richard, 7, 322 Foster, Wayne, Lowell, 7, 64, 302 Fowler, Francis Leon, 7, 115, 234 Fowler, Jack, 255 Fowler, James, 7, 77, 242, 256 Fowler, William, 7 Fox, Elizabeth, 77, 238, 282 Fox, Romerto, 101 Francis, Kenneth Coulter, 304 Frank, Paul Richard, 7, 83, 330 Franke, Ruth Emily, 104 Franke, Richard. 330, 331 Frankel, Peggy Ann, 115, 229, 288 Frankle, Josephine, 64, 77, 238, 242, 298 Franklin, Walter Byron, 7, 100, 104, 151, 316 Franks, Sidney Culbertson, 326 Frazier, David Milton, 7, 234 Frederic, Homer Joseph, 234, 304 Frederick, Paul, 312 Frederick, Robert George, 7, 310 Frederickson, Donald, 7 Freed, Kathryn, 30, 32, 71, 77, 79, 83, 242, 258, 292 Freeman, Alice, 83, 286 Frehse, William Robert, 7, 104, 322 French, Belte Jane, 115 Fricke, Alan Arthur, 7, 234 Fricke, Roland, 7 Friday, Charles, 77, 162, 239 Friedman, Leslie, 162, 229 Frisbie, Chauncey, 7, 115, 310 Frisbie, Florence Beverly, 83, 280 Fritz, Rita Rose, 64, 229, 280 Fry, Harry Elton, 7, 55, 64, 219, 220, 224, 240, 248, 249 Frye, Marian Jean, 104 Fullerton, Robert, 316 Fullerton, William Bruce, 7, 60, 78, 181, 330 Fulton, Mary Elizabeth, 33, 64 Fulton, Walter, 154, 225 Funk, Helen, 231 Funk, Helen Joan, 282 Funk, Jean Elaine, 64 Furbeck, Saralie, 229, 231, 243, 282 Fyler, Norman, 64, 218, 230 Fyock, Delmar Dean, 249 Gagan, Lewis James, 7 Gamer, Elsie J., 83, 280 Gammon, Dorothy E., 83 Garbarino, Harold L., 7, 150 Garber, Jack D., 326 Garlough, Janet Merle, 64, 149, 229 Gamier, Gene E., 7 Garramone, Rose, 115 Garrett, James Donald, 7, 322 Garrison, Jean Marie, 276 Garrison, Patricia G., 104, 243 Garst, Barbara, 115, 148 Garst, Joseph Horace, 7 64, 193, 324 Garst, Warren, 83, 148, 324 Garton, Leslie F., 249 Gatchell, Homer D., 249, 300 Gates, Marjorie Judith, 284 Gatewood, Esther H., 115 Gaylord, Leslie MacGregor, 306 Gaylord, Otis H., 154, 306 Gee, Hollyn M., 250 Geiger, John, 83, 148, 152,324 Gephardt, Nellie E., 240 Gerber, John Armin, 7, 64, 221, 249 Gerhardt, Burrell, 7, 64, 221, 241, 253 Germann, Lois Marie, 251 Getman, Robert Waine, 324 Giarratano, Sylvia Mae, 64, 77 Gibaney, Maurice, 64, 308 Gibbs, John W., 306 Gibbs, Phil Ouinn, 220 Gibson, Agnes Marie, 64, 280 Giersch, Lauron P.., 7 Gill, Whitford Byron, 7 Gillen, Joseph, 195, 229,324 Gillespie, Ruth, 104, 148, 162, 294 Gilliam, Arthur Woodson, 7 Gilligan, Thomas James, 7, 246 Gillis, Virginia Mae, 64, 148, 294, 298 Gilmour, Helen Doris, 104, 243, 292 Gilmour, Margaret Ann, 64 148, 292 Ginsberg, Norman A., 7 Gintz, Betty Rose, 64, 278 Glaser, George Roy, Jr., 216, 249 Glaze, Gerald, 330 Gleason, Charles Edwin, 104, 322 Gleason, Ray Martin, 7, 330 Glenn, Charles, 7, 249, 300 Glover, Robert ]., 7, 65 Goddard, Harold, 7, 234, 249, 251 Goff, Elizabeth, 225 Goffe, JoAnn, 115, 284 Goldberg, Sol C, 7 Gomez, Manuel, 7, 217, 237 Good, Byron M., 7, 324 Gooding, Stewart L., 7, 316 Goody, Walt, 314 Goralnik, Bernard, 7 Gordon, Doris Lucille, 65, 274 Gordon, Elliott Chester, 7, 320 Gordon, Jeanne C, 104 Gore, Rebecca Jane, 255 Gottesfeld, Burton H., 320 Gottlieb, Ruth, 125 343 Gourley. Robinson B.. 7, 250. 251 Gower. Frank H., 105. 324 Graham, Alice, 99, 115 Graham. Donald B., 7. 326 Graham. lames F., 7. 310 Graham. Marian Jewel. 65. 274 Graham. Mary A., 115. 284 Graham. Rol ert Stuart. 65 Grant. Dorothy J.. 115. 290 Grant. Mary Ellen. 65 Grauberger, Eugene Carl, 7, 250 Grauberger, Ileen, 99 Graves. Barbara. 115, 243. 292 Gray. Jay B.. 7. 316 Gray, Richard Charles, 7, 65. 242. 304 Gray, Richard Edwin, 242, 316 Gray, Robert Hamilton, 65, 77. 153, 162, 225 Gray, Rolland Allen, 324 Gray. Shirley Evalyn. 65, 231, 233, 255 Greebler, Paul. 240 Green. Mary Anne. 105. 154. 294 Green. Millon D.. 125 Greenawalt, Belly L. 65, 133. 200. 286 Greenspoon. Merle L.. 7. 115, 320 Gregg. Donald Nelson. 7. 250 Gregg. Jacqueline F.. 278 Gregg. Jane, 284 Gregory. Evelyn M.. 105 Gregson. Polly. 243 Greim, Belly Ann. 32, 33, 41, 57, 65, 200, 202, 254. 256, 294 Grey, Dorothy L., 162, 243, 278 Griffin, Dale Miller, Jr.. 240 Griffin. George M.. 105 Griffis. James A., 7, 312 Griffith, Harvey L.. 302 Griffith, Martha A., 116, 290 Griffith, Mary Jane, 116, 292 Grissom. Buena Patricia, 99 116, 282 Gromer, John N., 7, 306 Groolhius, John, 255 Gross, Mary, 65, 77. 280 Gross. Tom Edward. 7, 225 Groves, Harry Edward, 7, 65, 77, 154, 225, 256 Grund, Gloria Ann, 101, 150, 228, 284 Gugliuzza. Victor R.. 7 Guild. Barbara Jean. 243 Gunther. Don. 7, 105. 237, 322 Gurley, James R.. 300 Gydesen, Frederick, 7 Gyger, Cecil E.. 7 H Haase, Edward, 7, 105. 220. 314 Hackstaff. Richard. 7. 234. 306 Hafling. Derrill. 7. 195.234 Hagerman, Dwain, 249 Hagerty, Raymond, 7, 316 Hagg, Kern, 7, 310 Haggard. Catherine, 116, 149, 243, 280 Haggard, Marjorle, 65, 280, 281 298 Haggerty, Elizabeth, 99 Hagler, Ernest. 183 Hagler. Margaret, 54, 77, 154, 239 Hahn. John. 7. 318 Hale. Barbara. 105.243.290 Hale. Dolores, 65, 148, 154, 225, 226 Hall, Brooks. 308 Hall, Donald, 7 Hall. Martorle. 280 Hall. Oliver. 7. 105 Hall, Richard, 314 Hall, Robert J., 105,324 Halloll, William, 216 Halvarson, James, 314 Hamberger, Arnold, 7, 195 Hamer, Jeanne, 294 Hamill, Robert. 322 Hamilton. Donald, 105 Hamilton, Walter, 7 Hammerstrom. Margaret, 99, 116, 149, 153, 154 Hammond. James, 7. 100, 162, 234, 237, 244 Hammond, Stanley. 216. 306 Hampton, Ernest, 105 Hampton, Howard, 302 Handsel, James. 7 Handy, Esther Bye, 286 Haney. George. 314 Haney, Lewis. 7 Hanis, Lorraine, 116 Hanks, Barbara. 116 Hanks. Pauline. 105 Hanna, William, 7, 65, 152, 230, 248. 300 Hansen. Norman. 116 Harberl, Betty Jean. 162, 228, 274 Hardin, Donald, 7, 65, 152, 178, 299, 324, 325 Hardin, Robert, 330 Hardt, William, 7 Hardy, Bette, 116 Hardy, James, 318 Hardy, John M., 65, 220 Hargreaves, Harold, 65 Harl, Suzanne, 101, 105. 150, 292 Harlan, Anne Merideth, 77, 162, 278, 279, 298 Harper, Roselynn, 99 Harris. Charles, 7 Harris, Elliott, 7, 217 Harris, Malcolm, 7, 83. 253 Harris. Pauline. 99. 233 Harris. Phyllis, 116 Hart, Charles, 7, 249 Hart. Florence. 1 16 Hart. Louis. 193. 196, 234, 304 Hart, Paul, 7 Hart. Richard, 7, 234, 306 Hartley, Earl, 125 Hartman, Artie, 7, 221 Harvey, Belly, 77, 79, 217, 225, 232 Harvey, Qayton, 7 Harvey. Donald, 230 Harvey, James, 7. 66, 218, 253 Harvey, Oral. 66 Harvey, Steward, 66, 77 Harward, Harold. 7 Hasenauer, Catherine, 284 Haskins, Betty. 116 Hasinger. Jean, 83. 233, 255, 274 Hastings, JoAnne, 66, 245, 278, 286 Has tings. Virginia. 83, 274 Hattrick, Elizabeth, 292 House, Norman, 225 Hawes, Betty Love. 254. 294 Hawkinson. Mary. 101. 105, 292 Hawley, Joseph, 7 Hawley, Robert Cross, 2, 7, 38, 56. 66. 77, 78, 148, 153, 193, 195,229,239,324 Hawley, Robert W., 66, 216, 310 Hawthorne, Ray, 7, 326 Hayden, Julian, 1 16 Hayes, Margaret, 116, 243, 278 Hayes, Ray, 310 Hayhursi, Dale, 326 Hayman, Idabel, 233, 255 Haynie, Melvin, 116, 249, 306 Haynie, Donald, 105, 318 Hays, Raymond, 7, 234, 314 Hays, Stanley, 7, 306 Hayl, John, 7 Hayulln, Arthur, 7, 239, 320 Hay ward, Lura, 105, 251, 280 Headrlck, Myrtle, 105 Hoald, Bradley, 326 Healey, Helen, 153, 286 Heath, Mildred, 105 Heckendorn, James, 255 Heckondorn, John, 219, 255 Hedde, John, 7 Hodgocock, Glenn, 7. 30, 38. 56. 78, 164, 165, tee, leg, 322 Hedgecock, Wendell, 312 Hedges, Roy, 7, 251 Heidi, Herman, 84, 253 Helm, Geraldine, 84, 292 Heiss, Dorothy, 66, 278 Hellbusch, Mildred, 99 Heller, Fern, 116,229 Heller, Gerald. 7 Heller, Jordan, 7, 116, 320 Heltemes, Jean, 116, 149, 280 Hempslid, Richard, 322 Hendersholt, Don, 251 Henderson, David, 304 Hendler, Helen, 116 Hendricks, Mary, 66. 251 Hendrickson, Murl Stanley, 7, 40, 164, 166, 168, 170, 173, 324 Henle, Carmen, 116, 276 Henry, Jack, 7 Henson, Warren, 7, 234, 314 Hepner, Harold, 7 Heppes, Robert, 7, 227, 316 Hepplewhile, Elizabeth, 105, 252, 296 Herbst, Dorothy, 99. 116, 280 Herder, Harold, 7, 234, 244 Herring, Dorothy, 66 Herring, Jacqueline, 233 Hershberger, Jean, 250 Hertneky, Edwin, 302 Herz, Werner, 66, 150. 153, 225 Hess. John, 7 Heter. Ruth, 99 Hetlelsater, H. F., 312 Hibbs, Lester, 105 Hickey, Margery, 292 Hickman, Helen, 101 Hicks, Richard. 7, 66, 306 Highl, Hugbard W., 7, 220, 224 Hiegel, Lewis, 116, 247 Hilb, Justin, 7, 155, 234, 244 Hill. Alva, 7, 234 Hill, Elaine, 251 Hill. Elizabeth, 99, 274 Hill, Frank, 251 Hill, Gerald, 7 Hill, Harlyn, 7, 234 Hill, James, 7, 155, 234 Hill, Marvine, 7 Hill, Mary, 254 Hill, Ralph, 7, 304 Hill. Robert E.. 322 Hilliker. Joan, 292 HiUiker, Judith, 116. 292 Hilmes. William, 221, 255 Hilton, George, 7, 234 Hilton, Virginia, 105, 154, 294 Himelgrin. Gerald, 7, 116, 320 Hine, Eugene, 7, 105 Hines, Richard, 7, ] 16, 234, 322 Hinman, Mariella, 233 Hippie, Millard, 7, 116 Hirama, Susie, 99 Hitchcock, Helen, 116, 150, 243 Hitchcock, June, 99, 117,243 Hile, Garth, 242 Hilt, Mary Alice, 101, 105, 148, 217, 258, 292 Hiltle, Evan, 84, 250, 255 Hittle, Richard, 7, 326 Hoch, Richard, 117, 322 Hochbaum, Gertrude, 84, 198, 286 Hocking, Clyde, 318 Hodge, Gerald, 7, 66, 226, 312 Hodgson, Marshall, 66 Hoff, Elton, 117, 304 Hoffman, Kenneth, 7 Hoffman, Richard, 302 Hoffman, Saul, 7 Hofmann, William, 7, 310 Hogan, Raymond, 105, 302 Hoi, H. A., 314 Holcomb, Charles, 7, 1 17, 318 Holdeman, Rachel Joan, 290 Holland, Don, 153, 322 Holland, Stan. 322 Holman, Leland, 318 Holman. Rebecca, 278 Holman, Robert, 66, 216, 322 Holmes, Harleigh, 306 Holmes, Robert Bruce, 304 Holt, Jacqueline, 99, 117 Holt, Patricia June, 105 Holler, Caryl, 117. 292 Hollz, Betty, 117 Hondius, Pieter. 7, 234, 310 Honkel, Vern. 322 Honslein, LeRoy, 164, 322 Hood, George Albert, 7. 220 Hood, Ramon. 100 Hook, Royden Keith, 7, 84, 322 Hoover, Dorolhy, 105, 274 Hopfinger, Adele, 33, 84, 162, 228. 252. 274 Hoppler, Carroll Keith. 105. 253 Horn, Phyllis, 243 Horlher, William. 314 Horton, Joyce, 117, 150, 234 284 Hoskin, Phyllis, 223 Hotz, Leo, 66, 221, 241 Hough, Robert James, 7, 84 Houllon, William, 7, 316 House, Howard. 302 Howell, Ada Beth, 117 150, 153, 280 Howells, Fred, 7, 234 Hoyt, Harry Charles, 249 Hubbard. Ralph. 241, 248 Hubert, V illiam Edward, 7, 220 Hudson, Robert, 310 Hudson, William, 7 Hueston, Robert, 310 Huey, Helms Robert, 106 Huffman, Kenaz, 324 Huggins, Horace, 84, 324 Hughes, Elaine Gladys. 106 Hughes. Jack. 310 Hughes, Jacqualine, 84, 294 Huleatt, William, 324 Humes. Jo, 229 Humphrey, Belly, 99, 274 Humphreys, Edward, 7, 249, 316 Humphries, Jesse, 7, 316 Hunt, George. 237, 302 Huntington, Shirley, 294 Hurich, Emily, 280 Hurja, Bette Virginia, 99, 106, 250 Hurley. Grant. 7, 249, 300 Hurley, James, 300 Hutchinson. Charles, 7, 152, 237 Hutlner, Walter, 320 Button, Dorothy, 99. 251 Hyde, Bob, 326 Hylan, June. 101. 252, 258, 294 I Iford, Nell Frances, 66, 233 lies, Tamma Adele, 117, 292 Ingebrelson, Ervin Duane, 84 Ingwensen, Robert Gustav, 314 Ireland, Edith Alice, 84, 202, 292, 298 Ireland, Roger Gordon, 195, 316 Irenson, Clain, H., 7, 221 Iriish, Evelyn Crete, 225, 255 Irwin. John James, 7 Isaak, Robert Deels. 35, 55, 66, 218, 230, 235, 253, 257 Israel, Julia, 225 Iverson, Clair Holland, 84 Jackson. Alfred Ronald. 7, 330 Jackson, Richard Lars. 235 Jacobs. Florence Margaret. 1 17 Jacobs. Robert Emmett, 304 Jacobsen, Robert Lewis, 249, 304, 318 Jacobsen, Verland Derrell, 364 Jacobson, Warren Raymond, 7, 84, 229, 330 Jacox, Leroy C. 7, 55, 220, 224, 248 Jaogor, Wlllard G., 77 Jaqqar. ScotI Hulbert, 7 :in Jaggers, Virginia Loraine, 63, 66, 77, 154, 226, 274, 298 James, John Phillip, 7 James, Wathen McLean, 7, 314 Jamison, John Richard, 7, 106 Jamison, Wilburt Chauncey, 30, 34, 84, 225, 253 Jandreau, George Louis, 7 Jehle, William King, 7, 220, 249, 306 Jenks, Douglas Nelson, 117 Jennings, William Peter, 302 Jensen, Betty Lou, 101 Jensen, Odette LeMeaux, 67, 154, 286 Jensen, Phillip Andrew, 7, 66, 299, 306, 307 Jesperson, Harold Burness, 67 Jessup, Barbara Jeanne, 106, 282 Jeter, Victor Bruce, 249 Jewell, Aileen Anne, 2, 57, 66, 69, 149, 232, 280, 298 Jewell, Maurine Elizabeth, 117, 149, 280 Jewell, William Ray, 164 Johns, Eugenia, 229 Johns, Mitchel Brady, 7 Johnson. Anna Grace, 223 Johnson, Barbara Ann, 84, 92, 290 Johnson, Barbara Anne, 291, 298 Johnson, Barbara Jean, 117, 284 Johnson, Bernard Herbert, 7, 304 Johnson, Herbert Earl, 7, 100, 152, 234, 237, 300 Johnson, James Arthur, 304 Johnson, Jane Genevieve, 106, 150, 229, 250 Johnson, Kathryn Olive, 243 Johnson, Kent Mauntel, 7, 67, 314 Johnson, Leland Sanford, 7, 234, 304 Johnson, Margaret Jane, 106 Johnson, Marilyn, 284 Johnson, Mary Alice, 106 Johnson, Paul Raymond, 7, 106, 253 Johnson, Philip Chester, 249 Johnson, Raymond Cobb, 106, 249 Johnson, Robert Jean, 7 Johnson, Robert Louis, 7, 217 Johnson, Wayne Albin, 7 Johnston, David King, 7, 100, 250 Johnston, George, 7, 216 Johnston, George-Ann, 117, 286 Johnston, Kathryn Mae, 106, 284 Johnston, Mary Lou, 32, 92, 101, 294 lolley, Virginia Dove, 67, 148, 198, 286 Jolly, James Archie, 1 1 7 Jones, Alice Marie, 274 Jones, Barbara Marian, 67, 276 Jones, Dunbar, 84, 149, 306 Jones, Glenn, Jr., 7, 84, 246 Jones, James Clifford, 255 Jones, Jean McCauley, 232 Jones, John Robert, 7, 310 Jones, Julia, 99, 274 Jones, Ralph VanKirk, 67, 222, 227, 255 Jones, Thomas C, 229 Joseph, Norman Richard, 117 Joyce, Ida, 77 Joynson, Barbara May, 245 Juel, Paul Christopher, 306 Junge, Robert Stanley, 34, 106, 255 K Kabell, Jack, 218, 234 Kahne, David, 7, 152 Kaplan, Sylvan, 155, 234, 320 Karpel, Bertram Louise, 240, 320 Karsh, Frank, 7, 30, 56, 67, 70, 150, 168, 320 Kassowitz, Anna, 99, 250 Katcoff, Martin, 7 Katz, Nathan, 7, 117, 249,320 Kaub, George, 7, 314 Kaufman, Marleah, 101, 282 Kawamura, Katherine, 117 Kearney, George, 7 Kearney, Joseph, 55, 67, 218, 230, 240, 248 Keating, Kay, 84 Keeton, Jeanette, 233 Keith, Betsy, 79 Keithley, Giles, 312 Kejr, Ben, 7,67, 218 Kekauoha, George, 7, 67, 218, 230, 257 Keli, Catherine, 67, 233 Keller, Lynn, 67 Kellogg, Wallace, 330 Kelly, Bret, 7, 77, 162, 312 Kelly, Mary Louise, 67, 296 Kelsall, Charles Howard, 7, 217, 249 Kelsall, Margaret, 232 Kelso, Marietta, 290 Kendrick, Mary Jean, 280 Kenney, Russell, 100, 106, 326 Kennison, Herbert, 7, 85, 217, 229, 326 Kent, Herbert, 7, 222 Kern, Robert, 55, 67, 218, 230 Kerrigan, Thomas, 7, 304 Kessey, Carol Jean, 99, 117 Kestenberg, Louis, 256 Ketterman, Betty, 117 Ketterman, Robert, 7, 85, 105 Kido, Koichi, 106, 255 Kieffer, Lowell, 312 Kiesel, Kenneth, 249 Kilar, Edward, 7, 85 Killey, Barbara, 85, 280 Killin, Edward Qinton, 7, 67, 174, 175, 176, 177 Kilzer, Maurine, 117 Kimball, Norman, 7, 106, 322 Kincaide, Marjorie, 101, 106, 252 Kindel, William, 7, 306 King, Donald, 7, 234 King, Loyal W., 225 King, Marcia, 85, 225, 238, 284 King, Marian, 117, 282 King, Robert, 7, 242 Kingery, Hugh, 54 Kingsley, Martha, 85, 106, 276 Kinsfather, Harry, 117, 318 Kirby, Richard, 7, 67 Kirchner, Robert, 7, 30, 40, 56, 67, 78, 183, 299, 316, 317 Kirkpatrick, George, 106, 294 Kirley, Fayne, 233, 255 Kistler, Clark, 85, 152, 237, 322 Kistler, Kirby, 7, 234, 237, 322 Kitaga ' wa, George, 225, 255 Kitawaga, Kaya R.. 225 Klausner, Regina, 118 Klemme, Claude, 220, 224 Kling, Carol, 118,286 Klinger, Charles, 234, 244, 326 Klunker, Emil B., 85, 221, 240, 241, 248 Knapp, Beverly, 162 Knight, Alicerene, 286 Knight, Lawrence, 249 Knight, Reuben, 7, 326 Knight, Virginia, 286 Knoblock, George, 7 Knowles, Robert, 7, 164, 158, 169. 170, 173, 304 Knox, William, 7, 118, 318 Koch, Albert, 314 Kocontes, Phillip. 7. 234, 244 Koehler. Dave, 310 Koeper, Dorothy, 290 Kohler, Frederick, 7, 234, 304 Koivisto. Armida, 245, 251 Koivisto, Edith, 68 Konkel, Edward, 7 Koplos, Evelyn, 118 Kostitch, John, 7, 118 Kosuge, Tami, 225 Kracha, Frances, 33, 101, 162, 208, 228 Kramish, Arvin, 320 Kremer, Ralph, 249, 300 Krenzel, Dale B.. 249 Krenzel, Hugh, 249 Krieger, Clarence, 300 Krier, Fern, 85, 154, 284 Krill, Arthur M., 55, 68, 221, 241, 248 Krlngel, Helen, 282 Krippner, Ann, 85, 286 Kroeger, Barbara, 99, 282 Kruidenier, Sue, 286 Krupotich, Edward, 249 Krusmark, Irene, 85, 110, 250 Kuh, Louis, 118, 249 Kumabe. Sumiko. 99 Kupetz. Shirley Ann. 118 Kurachi, Harry. 225 Kyle, David, 318 LaBonde, Harry, 7, 195 Lacy, Shirley, 85 Lager, V. Joanna, 68 Laird, Mary C, 85 Lake, John E., 68, 152, 220, 255, 300 Lamb, Carl, 7 Lambert, Margery, 228 Lambertson, Glen, 118 Lamborn, Elizabeth, 243 Lampe, John. 7 Landrum. Dallas. 106 Landrum. Emma Lou. 118 Landrum, John W.. 7. 314 Lang. Barbara. 106. 286 Langdon, Lawrence, 310 Lanz, Richard. 7, 68, 306 Larsen. Dorothy, 106,231 Larsen, Maxine, 280 Larson. Olivia. 250 LaSalle, Catherine, 99, 106 Lascelles, Mary Ann, 106, 292 Lasky, Zelda Elaine, 288 Latcham, Chester, 164, 234, 304 Lathrop, Doris, 54, 99 Law, Anabel, 118. 290 Law. Carolyn. 118 Law, Ruth, 233. 243. 255 Lawrence. Kenneth, 7, 322 Leaf, Clifford, 7 LeCrone, Bette, 118. 290 Ledford. L. R.. 7 Lee. Harold, 218 Lee, Howard, 17. 68, 152 Lee, Ira. 249 Lee. Phyllis. 118. 153. 286 Lee, Roy. 100, 106, 304 Lee, William, 324 Leech, Paul H., 7, 218 Leekley, Mary, 85, 290 Leepe, Dean, 225 Leeseman, Donald, 7 Leff. Charles. 100. 217. 320 Lehman. Lois Elain. 106, 243, 282 Leiser, Marian, 288 Leitner, Seronie, 217 Lenz, Irvin, 118, 219, 255 Lenzini, Michael. 68, 227, 314 Leonard, Edith, 153, 286 Leppla, Charles, 7, 322 Lemer, Beldon W., 7, 178 Leroy, Elaine, 118, 149, 280 Lesh, Leonard, 68 Leslie, Betty. 225, 252, 284 Leth. Joy. 106 Leventhal. Harold. 7. 68. 320 LeVeque. William, 68 Levin, Lillian, 154 Levine. Edward. 7, 320 Lewis, C. J., 7, 107, 164, 185, 314, 322 Lewis, Gayle, 7, 68 Lewis, Harvey, 7, 234, 255 Lewis, Marilyn, 107, 274 Lewis, Mary L., 107 Lewis, Robert, 7, 308 Leydon, Robert, 302 Lien, Lois, 101, 153,258,290 Liggett, J. T., 304 Light, William, 7, 68, 220, 304 Llghtburn, John, 235 Lill, Jeanne, 118, 149, 153, 294 Lincoln, Cicero, 304 Lindblad, Carl, 306 Linder, Isham W., 7, 234 Linder, Sam, 118, 150, 234, 304 Lindholm, Phyllis, 107, 290 Lindon, Louisa, 282 Lindsay, James, 7 Lindsay, Vivian, 68, 148, 286 Lindsey, Jean, 118, 149, 280 Lines, Richard, 7, 221, 253 Ling, Sarah. 1 1 8 Linger, Betty, 101, 107, 229, 284 Linstedt, Robert, 155, 234, 244, 326 Lippitt, Warren, 7, 247 Liradjis, James, 7 Littell, Margaret Elaine, 85, 154, 294 Littlejohn, Robert, 306 Littler, Billie, 118 Littler. Lorraine, 34, 85, 231 Littler, LaVon, 107, 282 Littler, Patricia, 99, 118, 282 Litz. Harold. 7. 322 Lloyd. Kenneth, 7, 219, 239, 242, 306 Lloyd, Omar, 125 Locke, Velma, 118, 255 Locker, Frank. 249 Lockett. Ruth. 85 Lockwood. Phillip, 7, 310 Lockwood, Polly. 107, 199, 286 Loeffler, Marguerite, 85 Loffswold, Lester. 7. 234 Loftus. Stephen. 316 Logan. Cynthia, 68, 148, 162, 228, 274 Logan, Gordon, 7 Logan. Roger. 7, 234 Lohmann. Joan. 118 Lohoff, Lewis, 7 Lomas. Louise. 286 Lombardi, Michael, 7, 174, 216, 322 Lonabaugh, Ellsworth, 7, 326 Longnecker, Richard, 7, 249 Longworth. John. 7, 107, 312 Look, Alfred. 7 Looti, Robert. 314 Louk. Thomas. 7, 86, 178 Love, Martha. 118 Lovelace. Alice, 86 Lovelace, Mary A., 154, 217, 225 Lovitt, John, 7, 100, 107 Lowe, Ann, 101 Lowe, Mary, 86, 107,276 Lowell. John, 312 Loyd, Harland, 118, 310 Loyd, Kelsey, 107, 234, 244 Lucas, James. 310 Luckett. Harvey. 7, 324 Luedke, Aline. 86. 276 Lundquist. Carl. 310 Lundy. William. 7 Lusby. Alberta. 99. 118.274 Lusby, Patti. 107. 150. 229, 280 Luzon, William, 86, 302 Lyddon. Jack. 7. 68. 304 Lydon, Robert, 7, 100 Lyman, Louise, 68, 77, 238, 250, 251 Lynch, Patricia, 223 Lynn, James, 249, 310 Mc McAferty, Harold J., 86, 174, 175, 177 McArthur, Robert C, 119, 255, 322 McArthur. Robert R., 7, 234, 255 McBride, Bruce R., 7, 316 McCabe, Mary J., 249 McCaffeaty, Harold, 314 345 McCammon. Robert F., 316 McCann, Glen, 314 McCarthy, Myra I., 107, 154, 284 McCarty, Alston M., 234, 306 McCarty. Howard B., 7, 318 McCarty, Wanda A., 68. 274 McCarty, Wyndoleen, 274 McCashen, Leo W., 7 McCauley, Eileen, 101, 107, 294 McCauley, Patsy I., 107, 145, 282 McCaw, Anne, 282 McCaw, Elizabeth A., 68, 231, 282 McCaw, Marcella J., 69. 282 McQain, Robert D., 7 McQeary, Edward R., 316 McClurg. William, 330 McCluskey, Robert B., 7, 316 McCormick, Barbara A., 86, 202, 243. 290 McCormick, Morjorie, 233, 255 McCosh, Richard E., 7, 86, 218, 234, 244, 299, 300, 301 McCombs, Roloin K., 240, 257 McCowan, James R., 7 McCoy, Margaret L, 119 McCracken, Emma J., 251 McCracken, Louise, 251 McCuUoch, John C, 7 McCoUoch. Stephan R., 7 McCusker, John R., 306 McDade, Raymond, 249 McDonald, Betty, 69, 233, 240, 255, 256, 296 McDonald, Jean A., 33, 99, 101. 107,243, 286 McDouqall, Mary K., 290 McDowell, William B., 86, 250 McElhone, Frederick H., 326 McElwain, Deanor E., 99 McFarling, Floyd L., 221 McFie, RulhE., 119 McGarry, Bill, 322 McGee, Betty R., 107,249 McGillivray. Elizabeth J., 69, 231 McGlothlin, Lawton C, 7 McGowan. Anne M., 30, 69, 84, 284, 285, 289 Mclnnis. Kohler, 7, 246, 316 Mcintosh, Oakley W., 7 Mclntyre, Ruth H., 69 McKay, Barbara L., 225, 255 McKee, Abner S., 7. 100 McKee, Clarence R., 7 McKee. Henry. 330 McKee. Mary J., 33. 69. 238. 256 McKeever. Charles A., 55. 69, 230, 248 McKeever, Harold J., 7, 230, 234, 244 McKell. Robert. 7. 86 McKenna. James H.. 7 McKinley, William W., 119, 195, 322 McKnight, Robert T., 7, 302 McMahon. Beverly E.. 86, 250 McMillan. John, 310 McMillan. Harry A.. 7. 30. 34, 86. 253 McMillen. Martha H.. 229 McMiUin. Bobble E.. 119 McMillln, John S,. 7 McMillln, Shelly S., 220 McMinn. Evelyn B.. 107 McNatl. Marv L.. 251 McNeil. Elbert D.. 7, 300 McPhall, Harvey F., 310 McPherrln, Marjorie T., 286 McVay, Robert D., 7, 119, 150 MacArthur, Arthur C, 119 MacCracken, Richard T., 7, 227, 304 Maclntyro, Archibald Tom, 7, 119, 324 MacKay. Robert C. 314 MacKenzie. Emmotl. G., 7 MacKlm, Barbara A.. 119 MacLauqhlin. Robert W.. 7 MacLellan. Jean. 292 Maddock. Muriel L., 231 Maddox. Dorothy A., 86. 107 Maddox. Muriel, 34. 252. 296 Mahon, Thomas J.. 7. 234 Mains. Charles J.. 7. 216 Major. Billy J.. 86 Malernee. Clarence E.. 7. 119 Malernee. Jean E., 69, 231. 234. 256 Mallett, George E., 306 Maloof. George J.. 314 Manley. John R., 7, 314 Mann. John M., 7, 119. 212 Mann. Eleanor M., 69. 256 Mann. Mary L.. 229. 249 Mann. Morton L, 7. 119. 249. 320 March. Fred S., 7. 69 Margolis. Bernice. 69, 77, 162, 228, 239, 288 Marinoff, Vivian, 30, 32, 40, 101, 150, 282, 298 Markey, Loretta K., 119 Marsh, Doris J., 233, 255 Marsh, Tom G., 229, 304 Marshall, Devon E., 302 Marshall, Wanola L., 107, 154 Marshall, Warren S., 7, 107, 326 Martin, Betty J., 280, 282 Martin, Elizabeth J., 69 Martin. Harold P.. 154 Martin. Lilla M., 86, 231,282 Martin, Marguerite G., 119, 243 Martin, Mavis E., 278 Martin, Patricia A., 119, 233, 255 Martin, William B., 119 Martin, William E., 7, 310 Martin, William R., 318 Marye, Patty S., 149 Mason. Irvin L„ 7, 86, 249 Masunaga, John M., 107, 195, 225 Matchett, Andrew D., 7 Mathews, Lewis E., 107 Matthews, William, 7, 310 Mattson, Lloyd H., 306 Maul is, James R., 7 Mauro, George T.. 119, 388 Mayhoffer, Frederick D., 7, 155, 234 Maynarich, Albert, 249 Mayne, Roland B., 7, 314 Means, Robert D., 304 Meckley, Richard C, 7. 107. 164. 328 Meden. Louis R.. 69, 221, 241, 248 Meehan, Benarda, 99 Meeth, Elizabeth A., 86. 250 Melfley. George L., 7, 306 Mellicker, J. Murray, 320 Mellors, Marjorie N., 119 Melnick, Jay, 69, 320 Melton, Joseph T,, 316 Melvin, Walter W., 7, 312 Mendrek, Isadore R., 7 Merrill, Patricia K., 69, 245. 252, 296 Merrill, Richard N.. 7 Merritt, Robert P., 7, 302 Mertz. Robert D., 7, 77. 87, 217. 229, 310 Metzger, Theodore E., 326 Melziner, Jim, 312 Melzinger, Jim P., 107 Meyer, Nancy L., 87, 231, 282 Meyers, Harold B., 150 Meyers, Helen, 231 Michael, Robert K„ 107, 193, 194, 304 Mlchelstetler, Lois A., 238 Mlddaugh, Marjorie, 286 Mlesse, Jeanne B., 87, 199. 290 Millar. Lois. 229 Mlllen. Charles K.. 7. 326 Miller. Arthur. 330 Miller, Belly J„ 33, 217,288 Miller, Charles E., 7,69,312 Miller, Evelyn Ann, 107, 276 Miller, Harriet Gall, 69, 231, 249. 276, 298 Miller, Harry E., 7 Miller, John A., 7, 100,328 Miller, Joseph H., 217 Miller, Keith, 310 Miller, Marvin A.. 7 Miller. Maurice L.. 310 Miller. Pauline O., 30. 34. 87 Miller. Robert K., 119, 234, 304 Miller. Ross D., 7. 69, 220, 316 Milhoff, William C, 119, 255 MiUikan, Charline, 101, 108, 294 Mills, Merlin H„ 70, 314 Minnis, Ted W., 330 Minton, Carolyn C, 119, 284 Minion, Mary Anne, 33, 284 Mitchell. Donald M., 100. 324 Mitchell, Richard G., 314 Mizener, Jerome, 7, 194, 316 Mohr. W. G.. 234 Moloney. Le Roy D., 8. 108 Momii. Dick D.. 195, 225 Monchen. Waldemar J., 150 Montgomery, Josephine M., 233, 255 Moon, Thomas S., 8, 306 Mooney, Alvin B., 8, 310 Moore, Doris Marie, 119 Moore, Fred E., 8, 108 Moore, Jane B., 128, 129, 290 Moore, Marian. 108, 148, 286 Moore, Merrill Dean, 8, 330 Morandi, Lindo, 8 Morck, Duaine Carl, 8, 304 Moreland, John E., 70, 222, 227 Moreno, Jose A., 225 Morgan, Jane T., 32, 79, 282, 283, 298 Morgan, John D., 324 Morgan, Mary E.. 250 Morgan, Rachel, 245 Morison, Frank H., 234 Morrill, Robert C, 8 Morris, Donald Ira, 119 Morris, Howard L., 8, 70, 222 Morrison, Frank, 306 Morrow, John T,, 87 Morrow, W. J., 100, 108, 242, 324 Morse, George D., 8, 234, 314 Mosley, Mary L., 108, 296 Mott, George E., 314 Moult, Joy S., 251 Moynihan, Peggy, 292 Muberry, Marjorie, 232 Mueller, Edward E., 8, 70 Muir, Pal Ann, 290 MuUenix, Emma Jean, 282 Muller. Jane P., 119, 153,286 Muller, Joan S., 119, 286 Mulvay, Charleen T., 70, 75, 251, 282 Mundell, Jane L., 87, 223 Mundt, Kenneth B., 77, 225, 235 Munson, Robert B., 318 Murata, Hideo, 225 Murchy, Martha Jean, 87, 286 Murfin, Jo Ann, 119 Murphree, Donald M., 70 Murphy, James D., 8, 108, 234, 244, 304 Murphy, Leonard A., 8, 326 Murphy, Madonna L., 87 Murphy, Rosemary, 70 Murray, Bernard O., 8 Murray, Carl Lee, 8 Murray, Carolyn Lee, 228, 243, 278, 298 Murray, David G., 308 Myers. Billy R., 164, 172,322 Myers, Caroline R., 87, 250 Myers, Howard M., 108, 246, 306 N Naeb, Harold E., 8, 324 Nagol, Lester R., 70, 217 Naqel. Robert L.. 87 Nakagawa. Sarah. 99, 225 Nakano, Tom, 225 Nash, Belly V., 34. 101, 252 Naugle, Laura M., 202, 294 Neal, Mary G., 70, 233 Neale, Charles E., 249, 251 Needham, Charles N., 154, 306 Nehring, Clayton R., 8 Neil, Robert M., 312 Neiman, Elizabeth J., 228 Neiman, Robert, 195 Nelson, Alice A., 32, 33. 34. 87, 252 Nelson, Barbara Ann. 162. 225, 228, 274 Nelson. Eugene Ray. 195 Nelson. Keilh K.. 120, 234 Nelson, Paul L., 148 Nelson, Paul T., 8. 108,310 Nelson, Robert L.. 314 Nevens, Thomas D., 108 Nevius, Kenneth. 318 Newcomb. Effie M., 120. 251 Newell. John R., 8. 100, 234, 330 Newland, Dee E.. 247 Newman, Carol E.. 294 Nichoalds, Harry W., 8. 326 Nichols, Elizabeth A.. 99 Nichols, Herbert H., 8. 234. 314 Nichols, Nellie K.. 223 Nichols, Robert D.. 8. 316 Nicoll. Andrew G.. 8. 120, 234, 312 Nicoll. Robert H., 120. 326 Niedheiser, Robert W.. 8 Nielsen, Jean M., 217, 294 Nieman, Waller F., 8, 316 Niethammer, Nona C. 4. 15. 77, 87, 150. 286 Nilsson, Mary J.. 292 Nishikawa. George S.. 120, 225 Nilleberg. Delia. 229 Nixson, Jack E.. 8, 328 Noble. Jack L. 249, 300 Noble, Lorraine M., 87 Noble, Mary K.. 70, 274 Noble, Robert F., 249 Noce, Gene W., 8, 324 Nodtvedt, Magnos, 8. 324 Noguchi. Kisa. 225. 226 Noland. Janet P., 249 Nooker. Eugene L., 8. 221 Norberg. Gloria V., 88, 101, 108, 243, 286 Norgren, Carl N.. 8, 304 Norman. Lloyd W.. 70, 216 Norris. Claire B., 87. 314 Norris, Lawrence Roy, 249 Norton, Judith A., 120, 199, 243 Norton, Mahlon H., 230, 253 Norton, Leonard, 239 Nowell, Martha Ann, 32, 258, 294 Nurmberg, Kemplon, 312 Nulling, Helen A., 256 o Oda, Trooda. 225 Ogier, Frances G.. 70, 252 Ogier. Margaret G.. 34, 120, 251 Ogleire, James R.. 8 O ' Hara, Roderick L., 120, 324 Ohler, George E., 8, 70, 216. 240. 248 Oldland, Marilyn E.. 30, 32, 57, 70,86,231,232, 252.256. 297 Olvier. Belly B.. 70. 199. 233 Oliver. Jeanne. 233 Oliver, RossL., 8. 151. 310 Olmslead. Ruth Nadene. 120, 294 Olsen. Ruth F., 251 Olson. Leon D.. 246 Olson, Ruth A.. 120. 278 ONeal, Charles W.. 8, 234 ONeal, Eldon E.. 8, 234. 244. 255 O ' Neal, Peggy. 87, 292 Onslad, Virgil O., 8. 120, 326 Orme, Vivian L., 225 O ' Rourke, Ann E„ 108 ORourko, Patricia F., 87, 292 Orr, Betty E., 120 346 Osborn, Eleanor J., 225, 231 Osgood, Eleanor J., 243 Ostrander, William, 314 Otey, Ted R., 8, 310 Otis, Merrill A., 304 Otsuka, Tsuruo, 195 Ott, George M., 8 Otto, William B., 249 Overstreet, Gene D., 8, 30, 34, 150 Owells, Elizabeth J., 120 Owen, Barbara G., 79, 148, 294 Owens, Kenneth N., 8, 108, 217, 302 Ownbey, Amos, 8, 253 Ownbey, Francis B., 8 Oxford, Richard E., 8, 237, 314 Oxford, Robert L., 8 Ozier, Frances, 258 Ozman, Dale D., 8 Ozman, Oliver R., 8 Pace, Richard G., 8, 316 Pacheco, Arthur P., 8, 87, 237, 322 Paddock, David S., 314 Paddock, John, 304 Paddock, William L., 8, 30, 70, 78, 151, 197, 299, 304 Paine, Betty Lou, 120 Palermo, Dominic P., 8, 155, 234, 244 Palmer, Dorothy L., 232 Palmer, Thelma L., 120, 274 Palmer, William H., 328 Palo, Charles D., 306 Papoulas, Angie, 120, 276 Pappalardo, Joseph A., 8 Parker, Catherine, 249, 252 Parker, Donald L., 8, 87, 217, 229, 326 Parkinson, Beatrice Ann, 99, 243, 255 Parks, Marjie, 120, 250 Parks, Zipporah J., 33, 99, 225 Parlapiano, Mary Jane, 108, 286 Parr, Celeste A., 101, 108, 154 Pauella, Anthony, 251 Parry, Alberta J., 231 Parry, Gwenny, 120, 249 Pasqua, Pietro, 178, 179, 195 Pate, David F., 304 Patrick, Patricia Anne, 229, 290 Patten, John Allen, 216 Patterson, Barbara E., 229, 243 Patterson, James B., 8, 92, 100, 234, 306 Patterson, LeRoy R., 8, 237 Patterson, Marjorie J., 88, 282 Patterson, Robert deB., 100, 306, 316 Patty, William Riley, 234, 304 Paul, William E., 88, 199, 221, 322 Payne, Ardith M., 8 Payne, Barbara H., 108, 292 Paynter, Stanley B., 120, 304 Peabody, James C, 8 Peabody, Kathryn A., 32, 77, 79, 88, 150, 226, 258, 292 Peach, Roy E., 8 Peachey, Robert G., 70, 222, 227, 253 Pearse, John R., 8, 326 Pearson, Alice W., 290 Pearson, Alvin J., 8 Peasley, Phyllis, 255 Pecoraro, Rose, 101 Peery, Dorothy L., 217 Pellish, Harris E., 320 Pelz, Robert E., 330 Pendell, Floyd I., 255 Peper, Robert K., 8, 250 Pepper, Murray M., 120, 150, 320 Perkin, Chas. Eugene, 8, 120, 150, 234, 342 Perkins, Georgia J., 120, 282 Perkins, Raymond L., 8 Perrella, Joseph A., 8 Perry, Harry Amos, 8, 227, 316 Peters, Arthur Ralph, 120, 314 Peterson, Carl E., 222 Peterson, Daniel L., 8, 120, 310 Peterson, Donald C, 316 Peterson, Thomas A., 8, 234, 249 Petheram, Myrtle I., 120, 233, 249, 255 Pettersen, Kermit A. Peyton, John, 330 Pfister, Sumi, 77 Phelps, Horace F., 234,316 Phillips, Florence, 120,278 Phillips, Jack Boyd, 316 Phillips, Nancy Jane, 88, 276 Phillips, Patricia Jeanne, 70, 286 Phillips, Robert E., 120, 217 Phillips, Robart G., 8, 316 Philip, David C, 8 Pickell, Bonnie Jean, 245, 282 Pickup, Stacy F., 8 Pietenpol, William John, 55, 71, 152, 218, 230, 240, 248, 257, Pilz, Eugene F., 8, 71, 92, 153, 173 Pillmore, George Austin, 234, 244 Pinamont, Carl James, 253 Pitchford, Thomas E., 8, 308 Place, Clara Mae, 108, 249, 250 Place, Dorothy Lou, 254, 284 Piatt, Richard J., 8, 164 Platts, Virginia C, 292 Plummer, John W., 121, 324 Pluss, Julius Allan, 71, 222, 320 Pluss, Norman, 8, 320 Pohlenz, Jack B., 55, 88, 216, 240, 248, 330 Polkinghorn, Robert S., 8 Pollock, Charles B., 219 Pool, Kathrin C, 88, 91, 148, 294 Poore, Charles W., 308 Pope, Edmund F., 8, 314 Pope, Margaret L., 154, 250, 274 Porter, Barbara Anne, 121, 150, 199, 243, 284 Porter, Raymond C, 8 Portner, Dorothy Mae, 121 Pospisil, Dorothy M., 99 Potter, Gordon C, 55, 71, 220, 224, 235, 253 Potter, Hobart Lee, 88, 314 Potter, Roderick B., 8 Powfell, Joseph E„ 249 Powloski, Robert F., 8, 324 Pratt, (Anna) Elaine, 88, 229 Pratt, Glenn Edward, 326 Pratt, (Gertrude) Paula, 108, 154, 229 Pratt, Joan M., 121, 292 Pray, Matilda Jane, 278 Prechtel, John E., 8, 88, 322 Prechtel, William R., 237, 322 Prey, Patsy Ann, 121, 292 Prince, Elizabeth Jean, 121 Pringle, Harold L., 320 Pringle, John W., 108 Pritchard, Allen E., 71, 318 Proctor, Hobart M., 306 Provancha, Earl D., 8, 255 Pryor, Frank L., 8, 316 Pugh, Donald W., 8 Purcell, Ila Mae, 32, 78, 79, 92, 245, 282 Purinton, Raymond F., 88, 148, 152 Puterbaugh, Kathryn E., 121, 292 Q Ouarnberg, Adele, 121, 148, 153, 286 Ouarnberg, Paula, 71, 148, 286 Quick, Bernard E., 249 Ouigley, Martha, 71, 77, 242, 256, 294, 295, 298 Ouimby, Bessie Jo, 71, 249 Ouimby, John, Jr., 150, 234, 312 Ouine, Edith S., 71, 231, 233 Ouinn, Lloyd, 330 R Race, William Chalmers, 8, 324 Radloff, Floyd Emerson, 8, 216, 322 Ragle, Logan N., 121, 302 Raglin, Francis E., 8, 88, 221 Raife, John H., 8, 100, 222, 227, 310 Ralston, Robert O., 8, 108, 324 Ramaley, Francis, 8 Ramey, Wilber D., 308 Randleman, Carlton D., 8, 234 Rankin, Janet R., 88, 250, 276 Ranney, Theodore R., 310 Ranney, Willet R., 310 Rasmussen, Stanley W., 54, 71, 77, 240, 251, 257 Raso, Sollie S., 8, 164, 165, 166, 322 Rath, Rebecca J., 292 Rathfon, Jeanne L., 108, 229, 290 Ray, James M., 316 Ray, John D., 8, 316 Read, Mary H., 282 Reale, Joe, 330 Reardon, Daniel E., 8, 312 Rechuitz, Morton, 8, 155, 234 Rector, Virginia K., 108, 285 Redmond, Mary C, 108, 290 Reed, Kathryn, 101, 294 Reed, Louise L, 198, 199, 286 Reed, Ralph W., 100, 237, 302 Reed, Walace K., 8, 310 Reeder, Harold P., 8, 121 Reeder, Jane A., 231, 282 Reese, James W., 8 Reger, Charles, 54 Reid, William, 330 Reigan, Betty L., 274 Reilly, Maurice R., 8, 30, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 172, 173, 306 Reinhardt, Margaret J., 121, 276 Remington, Vernon I., 8, 108 Rendle, Betty J., 88 Reynolds, Edna, 54 Reynolds, Helene, 101, 242, 294 Reynolds, Merle W., 217 Rice, Alice M., 71, 77, 286 Rice, Jack F., 324 Rice, James S., 121 Rice, James W., 8, 121, 229, 324 Rich, Betty, 284 Rich,- Gloria, 121, 150, 290 Richards, Caryl E., 278 Richards, Charles M., 257 Richards, Frank E., 8, 88, 306 Richie, Mary J„ 71,231 Richman, Marcalea, 71, 274 Rick, Gloria E., 88 Ricker, Robert R., 8 Ricketson, Frank H., 8, 306 Rider, Mitchell B., 8, 88, 217, 229, 255 Riede, Pauline S., 71 Rigg, James P., 249 Riggs, Frances D., 199, 284 Riggs, James H., 312 Riley, Marian E., 33, 80, 89, 132 Rinn, Michael M., 310 Rippey, Betty J., 71 Ris, David R., 8, 71, 222, 235 Rivkin, Mimi C, 153 Roach, Dan, 87 Robb, Norma A., 108, 249, 274 Robb, William B., 8 Robbins, Laetitia N„ 89, 296 Roberts, Amos D., 8 Roberts, James E., 8 Roberts, James G., 8, 249 Roberts, Murrill, 8, 253, 255 Roberts, William J., 8, 71, 322 Robertson, Charles H., 229 Robertson, Philip W., 55, 71, 235, 240 Robertson, Scotty, 217 Robinson, Benj. E., 8, 237 Robinson, Billy P., 72 Robinson, Carroll S., 108 Robinson, Edward T., 121, 153, 304 Robinson, Janet A., 89 Robinson, Ruth L, 243 Roche, Daniel M., 8, 72, 299, 312, 313 Rockey, Susan, 121, 278 Rockier, Iris P., 288 Rockwell, Robert G., 8, 89, 234, 244, 253 Rodman, Priscilla L, 89, 280, 298 Roe, Donald R., 328 Rogers, Allan K„ 8, 194, 316 Rogers, Ellie P., 243 Rogers, Mary E., 34, 101 Rogoff, Sanford, 8 Rohwer, Robert K., 234, 249, 255 Romano, Philomena A., 33, 178, 181, 249, 252, 296 Romer, James, 330 Rominger, Helen H., 121, 249 Rook, Jack S., 8, 234 Rooney, Thomas J., 8, 100, 108, 164, 234, 322 Roosa, Lloyd T., 8, 12, 255, 218 Roper, Lester V., 322 Rose, Lloyd R., 8, 249, 318 Rose, Robert L., 326 Rosen, Justyn C, 320 Rosenbaum, Robert B., 121, 320 Rosenberg, Adrea R., 54, 72, 162, 228, 288 Rosenberg, Bernard L., 125, 162, 320 Rosenbloom, Gabe, 121, 320 Rosenblum, Dee F., 104 Rosenstock, Seymour, 8, 234 Rosenthal, Evelyn S., 288 Rosholt, John N., 324 Ross, Eleanore A,, 109 Rosser, Eleanor F., 294 Ross, Emmy L., 280 Rossman, Warren W., 8, 316 Rothrock, Kevin M., 308 Roukema, Ralph W., 8, 55, 92, 218,230,240,248 Roup, Mark J., 312 Roup, Norman L., 8, 234, 312 Rouse, Martha M., 109, 290 Rovira, Luis D., 8, 302 Rowe, Mary J., 121, 294 Royce, Katherine V., 99 Rubinsal, Phyllis J., 121 Rudin, Donald O., 8 Rudolph, Rochelle, 223 Rudolph, Rowe, 8, 36, 62, 72, 78, 154, 227 Rueb, Norma M., 109 Rupp, George R., 8, 72, 300 Rupp, Howard M., 8, 121 Rushton, Arthur L., 8, 306 Rusk, David F., 8, 218, 300 Rusletvedt, Alice I., 89 Russell, Charles W., 322 Russell, Grace L, 121 Russell, Keith D., 234 Russell, Kempton W., 8 Rutherford, Fannie E., 34, 72, 232, 237 Rutherford, Wells H., 8, 326 Sachter, Lewis S., 8, 121, 150, 234, 320 Safran, Howard David, 8 Sakaley, Frank E., 34, 72, 240, 253 Sakamoto, Eva, 99 Sakamoto, Hannah, 99 Saliba, Arlene A., 72, 274 Saliba, Maurice, 8, 314 Saliman, Royd F., 8, 72, 299, 321 Saliman, Paul M., 72 Salter, Marjorie, 228 Salyards, Stanley Joseph, 55, 72, 221, 241, 248, 318 341 Sampson, Pat, 101 Sanborn, Marjory H., 153, 286 Sandell. Geruldlne, 276 Sandham, Gibson, 8 Sandhouse. Charles H., 310 Sandusky, lames Henry, 8 Sansom, Elizabeth Mae, 72, 231, 233 Sargent, Margaret lone, 109 Sato, Sam Isamu, 8, 89. 217 Soul, Cathryn Jo, 280 Saunders, Roger M., 8 Sawhill, Kathryn R., 99 Sawhill, William P., 121, 152, 324 Saxton, Chester E., 8 Sayre, John M.. 8. 72, 77, 239, 316 Scanlan, Joseph A., 8 Scamlln, George F., 8 Scarlett, Roberta L., 99 Schcde, George W., 8, 36, 72, 227, 318 Schall, Shirley D.. 280 Scheel, Emil H., 121 Scheele, Evan D., 8, 178 Schiifmann, Charles J., 312 Schlessinger, Muriel E., 282 Schmerman, Rose M., 109 Schmidt. Robert G., 8, 247 Schmiti, Darwin W., 8, 155, 234, 244 Schobinger, Charles W., 8, 234. 300 Schoen, Walter A., 8 Schoene, Florence G., 121, 154 Schomberg, Barbara C, 198, 280 Schoolland, John V., 8 Schoolland. Wilma D., 256 Schroder, Don R., 8, 253 Schreiber, George F., 121, 322 Schroeder, Kalherine A., 109 Schultz, Lee W„ 55, 78, 235, 241, 248 Schumacher, Jane D., 109 Schureman, Thanet. 89, 254, 292 Schwind, Sue M., 122, 290 Scofleld. Mary A., 150 Scogin, Jean Anne, 79, 89, 154, 284 Scott, Anne E., 122, 243, 280 Scott, Donald R., 8, 218 Scott, Dorothy E., 72, 231, 252. 296 Scott, George E., 8 Scott, Robert E.. 100, 164, 322 Scott, Roy S., 8, 155, 234, 316 ScTuby. Ralph E., 8, 121,312 Secor, William T., 8, 68, 72, 148, 193 194 304 Sedalnlck, Hershel V., 122, 320 Seely, George E., 249 Seibold, Mary Ann, 122 Seldensticker, Edward, 54 Seldenstlcker, William D., 8 Selkula, Elmer W., 249 Seleen, Darwin D., 8, 122 Self, Larry K., 8, 227, 328 Sells, Viola J., 284 Sera, Tom. 225, 255 Sero, Toshlye A., 225 Severns, Dale R., 73, 221, 241, 253 Sevitz, James A., 249 Seyler, Marian, 122. 274 Shadford, Mary Elaine, 89, 282 Shaffer, Ernest W., 8 Shaffer, Florence A., 243, 290 Shafroth, Frank H., 306 ShakeshafI, Richard D., 8, 58, 73, 77,78, 174, 176, 177,239, 316 Shaklee, Robert L., 255 Shames, Obby, 8 Shaner, James H., 326 Shanesy, Suzanne B., 89, 292 Shanley. Patricia, 89, 198, 280 Shannon, Gus L, 8, 164, 168. 172, 314 Shapiro, Edward M., 109, 162, 320 Sharrah, Marlon, 73, 77 Shaltuck, Robert A., 72, 227, 229, 310 Shaw, Mary N., 150, 233. 282 Shelton, Earl J., 55, 73, 218, 230, 235, 299, 308. 309 Sheppard. James K., 249 Sheridan, David S., 8, 182, 253 Shermack, Paul A., 8, 234, 242, 306 Sherret, William G., 8, 306 Sherman, Winifred G., 255 Sherwood, John H., 306 Shields, Betty Lou, 122 Shiffer, George E., 8, 326 Shimeall, Qark M., 8, 73, 247, 299, 328 Shimpfky, Dorothy L., 73, 233, 255 Shinn, William T., 8 Shore, Marilyn P.. 242 Shafroth, Frank, 154 Shotwell, Jeane C, 89 Shovlin. Hubert J., 164 Shrader, Belly Jeanne, 294 Shrimpton, Worth F., 162 Shullz, Norman E., 8, 109, 174, 237 Shumway, Ralph, 330 Siegel, Sarah S„ 109, 150, 249 Siekmeier, Leonard S., 8. 109 Sievers, William E., 8 Sigler, Ruth H.. 249 Sigman, Helen B., 122 Sigvaldson, Alice R., 122. 286 Sigvaldson, Doris M., 73, 286 Silliman, William E., 314 Silverberg. Gladys B., 242, 288 Silverberg, Marvin S., 8 Silverforb, Annabelle, 288 Simmons, William P., 328 Simon, Catherine Mary, 73, 232 Simonds, Margaret A., 225 Simons, Wm. Seywood. 248, 304 Simonson, Kenneth N., 219 Simpson, Belly Jean, 89 Simpson, Wayne Gilbert, 8, 109 Singh, Man M., 73, 225 Sinnett, Marion C, 89, 229, 290 Sittig. Gene A., 306 Sitlig, William A., 8, 326 Sisson, Thomas McMurray, 8 Skeen, Marguerite G., 231, 276 Slagle, Dorothy Ann, 292 Slatlery, Sarah Ann, 109 Slaughenhoupt, Rose E., 249 Slawson, Nevin H., 8, 326 Slenker, Mabel M., 99, 122 Sloan, Eleanor McCrea, 109, 154, 284 Smalley, Omer Delberl, 8, 89. 314 Smiley, Morse W., 8, 122, 234 Smith. Betty Belle. 122, 198, 286 Smith, Charles E., 8 Smith, Dean B., 8 Smith, Gordon Claire, 122 Smith. Gordon Fredrick, 8, 100 Smith, Gordon Myers, 8, 312 Smith, Jack AUisler, 152 Smith, Jack Duane, 8, 324 Smith, James Alexander, 8, 122, 322 Smith, James Dale, 8, 164, 169, 326 Smith, JaneF., 122, 199,249 Smith, Joseph, 73 Smith, Leonard, 310 Smith, Mildred C, 99, 239 Smith, Mildred Sue, 99, 239 Smith. Myra M., 198, 199, 249, 290 Smith, Natalie L., 73, 290 Smith, Ralph J., 8 Smith. Priacllla, 199,243,254 Smith, Robert A., 8 Smith, Robert F.. 122 Smith, Stanley P., 326 Smith, F. Tupper, 109, 316 Smith, Tod. 316 Smith. Waller E., 89 Smyth, Ja ne B., 122 Snow, Elizabeth S., 33, 73, 249, 252, 256 Snyder, Ann H., 73, 294 Snyder. Eloise, 122,278 Snyder, Linden Edward, 8. 314 Snyder, Phyllis J.. 89, 290 Sofen, Irving A.. 8. 73, 218, 257 Solter, Mariorie A., 122 Sommer. Belle F.. 79. 288 Sommers, Bruce G., 8, 90, 150 Southard, Myra Jean, 122 Sj angler. Edward, 316 Sparke, June B., 229, 274 Sparks, Warren O.. 8, 255 Spaulding, Carl P., 55, 73, 218, 230, 235 Speck, Richard L., 8, 100, 314 Speer, Ivan E.. 55. 221, 241. 248 Spencer, Charles O ' Donvan, 8 Spencer, Joyce M.. 90, 242 Spensko, Robert J., 8 Spicer, Elinor M., 109. 280 Spicer, Robert E., 164, 316 Spiegleman, Ruth D., 288 Spivak, Hyem David, 8 Spore, Zinnette. 79, 90, 258. 292 Sprod. Esme Mary, 73, 282 Stahmer, Jerry. 100, 109. 237. 314 Stahnke, Paul K., 8, 314 Staley, James B., 73, 227, 300 Stalliviere. Bart M., 219 Stalnaker, Thomas W.. 74, 221 Stansfield, Elizabeth J., 109 Stapp, Joan. 122. 292 Stark. Marvin. 8 Starr, Paul D.. 8, 253 Stauffer. Dorothy A.. 90. 154, 290 Stearns, Carle W., 8, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168, 169. 170, 171, 310 St. Clair, Melvin E.. 326 Stedwell, Marion J.. 8 Steel. Lois K,. 152 Steele, Richard L., 8, 249 Steik, Kathryn A., 90 Stein, Flora A.. 109, 153, 162, 288 Sleinbrecker, Bonnie Jane, 122, 153, 294 Sleinmetz, Marvin H., 8, 74 Steinmeyer. William, 308 Stelmore, Andrey J., 109, 243, 278 Stephens. Elizabeth Jean, 225 Stephens. Joanne, 231 Stephenson. Corrine L., 99. 109, 153, 274 Slephenson, Marilyn, 122, 249, 290 Sterling, John E.. 8, 234, 255, 316 Stetson. Robert E.. 8, 74, 85, 299. 326. 327 Stevens. Marjorie E., 290 Stevens. John, 304 Stevenson, Harold W.. 162, 249 Stevenson, Waller A., 8 Steward, Newton, 255 Stewart, Catherine, 232 Stewart, Franklin R., 125 Stewart, Martha Jeanne, 109, 290 Slieglltz, Alice Anne, 154 Stiers, Thern M., 122, 274 Stillson, Ruth E., 198, 280 Slilwell, Charles A., 90 Slinemeyer, William R., 8 Slinton, John E„ 8, 34, 234 Stirling, John H., 8 Stodart, Nona Ruth, 77, 162, 249 Stofer, Eleanor S., 109 Slofi, Paul E.. 230 Stokes, Edward D., 8, 74, 312 Sloll, Harold, 330 Sloll, William J.. 8 Stoller. Harold R., 8. 109. 249, 318 Stone. Diane S., 122, 251, 292 Slong, David D., 8. 234 Stong, John E., 8, 234 Story, Nancy Jane, 90, 245, 280 Slovall, Robert G., Jr., 8, 234, 244, 306 Strain, Anna Mae, 122, 284 Strain. Donald F., 316 Strain, Mary Jean, 109, 290 Strait, Adolyn W., 249 Sirasia, Clarice Caroline, 74. 154, 258 Strasser, Ann G., 109, 274 Slrallon, Charlene G., 99 Stratton, Jean, 123, 229, 292 Stratton, Kirk, 304 Strauss, Don S., 8. 123 Strauss, Ruth, 39, 74, 148, 243 Streamer, Charles W., 8, 304 Street, Eleanor Y., 101, 249 Strieker, Fred L, 217, 237 Strobel, WiUard B., 237 Stroh, Walter J.. 55, 74, 218, 230, 240 Strong, Marcia Maye, 101, 110, 200, 233 Strong, Robert H., 8, 316 Stryker, John R., 8, 234 Studebaker, James B., 8, 234, 306 Stull, Chester D., 123, 314 Sturdevant, Cledith Marie, 110, 199 Sturtevant, Fred I., 2 Sturtevant, Irma Jean, 74, 245 Stwalley. Richard C, 216 Sudderth, Clara M., 258 Sullivan. Dorothy Lee, 250 Sullivan, Joseph M., 74, 247 Sullivan, Mary Frances, 123, 280 Sullivan, Rosamond A., 90, 245, 249, 274 Supancic, Louis W., 328 Swanner, June, 255 Swanson. Dorothy Jane. 99, 255 Sweet, Patricia, 41, 74, 135, 218, 290 Swisher, Earl, 54 Taggarl, Sarah, 284 Tagiente. Emma C, 225 Taguchi, Jimmi, 235 Taguchi. Mary M., 225 Takaki, Grace K., 99, 233, 255 Talcolt, Vernon H., 8, 110, 237, 253, 255 Talcott. Virginia I., 217, 223 Tollman, Joan, 292 Talpers, Gloria L.. 245 Tanase. Chester T., 255 Tandy. Mary L., 90 Tannen. Gareth. 304 Tank, John D., 249 Toppan, Charles W., 8, 312 Tatarsky. Gerald M.. 320 Taylor, Charles A., 123, 326 Taylor, Clyde A., 8, 239 Taylor, Donna L., 249 Taylor, Eugene M., 8, 314 Taylor, John W., 8,90,314 Taylor, Kate, 74, 82, 151, 292, 293, 298 Taylor, Mary V., 123, 154 Taylor, Thomas E., 8, 330 Taylor, Virginia, 294 Taylor, Wllmot D., 304 Teasdale. Jay M.. 8. 110 Teats, George W., 123, 318 Telk, Patricia A., 123, 153, 154, 284 Tempest, Donald, 8, 316 Tenenbaum, Harold B., 8, 110, 320 Tennille. Alice R.. 99. 123 Tesdell, Dorothy A., 33, 101, 258, 290 Thayer, Mildred M., 90 Thoesen, Henrietta, 90. 284 Thoman, Qara L, 223, 225 Thomas, Christopher Y., Jr., 316 Thomas, Eleanor L.. 290 Thomas, Robert A., 255, 324 Thomas, Robert W., 8, 123, 152 Thomas, Hazell Joseph A., Jr., 219 Thompson, Ernest A., Jr., 8, 304 Thompson, John H., 247 Thompson, Ruth M., 101 348 Thomson, Jean B., 110, 252 Thornberry, Margie J., 249 Thorndyke, John R., 234 Thornton Alma, 225 Tickel, Betty J., 99, HO Tidball, Lola M., 90, 150, 274 Tidwell, Bruce A., 8, 306 Tillard, Helen A., 280 Tilton, Barbara J., 99, 110, 274 Tilton, Warren deBois, 8, 218, 230, 240, 253 Tinker, Mcrya, 280 Tippett, Raymond G., 8 Tipton, Robert, 8, 217, 316 Tirrell, Margie M., 123, 154, 290 Tolim, John F., 8, 322 Tobin, John J., 8, 153,310 Todd, Frederick J., 249 Todd, John C, 8, 110, 246, 316 Tomita, Fumi A., 225 Tomlin, Annabelle, 233, 255 Tomlinson, Betty, 229, 290 Torbet, Robert P., 8 Touchton, Charles K., 8 Townley, Jean M., 99, 123, 276 Townley, Rodney, 8, 251 Towse, Mary I., 123, 249 Trainor Margaret M., 74, 223, 225 Treasure, Billie M., 74, 77, 233, 239 Tregellis, Marya S., 90 Trego, Douglas G., 90, 218, 230, 240, 253 Trent Michey, 316 Trevithick, John P., 8, 77, 162, 235, 239 Trevithick, Richard J., 8, 255 Trifon, Hal N., 8 Trilling, Dena D., 123, 278 Tremble, Helen L, 110 Triplett, H. Joyce, 280 Tripp, Leonard D., 71, 74, 78, 81, 227, 299, 310, 311 Trotter, Mary E., 74, 278 Troy, Richard E., 8, 237 Truitt, Arthur L., 8, 234, 249 Truman, C. Arnold, 322 Tsukiji, Eiichi G., 225 Tucker, Betty J., 274 Tucker, Melvin, 316 Tukey, Lydia, 229 Tullis, Ernest O., 8 Turner, Mara D., 249 Turner, Robert W., 8, 74, 235, 253 Turner, Terrence B., 310 Turner, Wayne E., 8 Twinney, Nancy J., 123, 154 Twombly, John C., 8, 90, 218, 250 Tyor, Joseph C., 217, 320 Tyor, Theodore, 110, 320 LI Uhlrich, Raymond C, 8, 234 Ullrich, Arthur J., 8, 234 Underman, Donna Joan, 99, 110 Utlaut, William F., 218, 230, 240, 249, 300 Vagnino, Edward P., 8 Vail, Sarah E., 251 Vale, Mary E., 278 VanArsdale, Patricia, 229, 290 Van Arsdale, Wayne S., 8, 74, 153, 239, 306 Vance, Jack MacFarland, 8 Vanderwilt, William K., 324 VanDoren, Nellie M., 99, 255 VanLopik, Justin A., 110, 151, 326 VanMeter, Warren E., 8 VanName, Elizabeth, 243 VanSchaach, Robert C, 8, 316 Van Schaack, Peter S., 8, 306 Van Scoy, Robert W., 216 Van Thuyne, Frances L., 110, 154, 274 Van Thuyne, Victoria J., 110, 154, 274 Van Vleet, Betty V., 292 Variel, Mary E., 74, 77, 154, 274 Vomer, June E., 90 Vaughn, Novella N., 123, 228, 284 Vaughan, Graham T., 8, 306 Venditti, Fred P., 8, 152,253 Venuti, Robert, 8, 234, 314 Vergilio, Joseph H., 90, 216 Verner, Robert J., 8, 123, 234, 304 Vick Roy, Robert L., 306 Vick Roy Thomas R., 8, 55, 91, 216, 237, 248 Vincent, Raleigh J., 75, 152, 219 Vining, Robert J., 8, 227, 316 Vinson, Raymond E., 8, 312 Vinyard, Frank E., 8, 220 Vockel, Myran H., 8, 322 Vogel, Leonard C, 91, 326 Vcgler, Harry W., 324 Voils, Richmond M., 75, 221 Von Egidy, Albert I., 234 Voorhees, Daniel B., 8, 195 Voyen, Mariorie L., 33, 101, 110, 280 w Waddell, Claude E., 219, 255 Waddington, David, 123 Wafer, William E., 8, 306 Waggener, Hubert U., 8, 304 Waggener, John M., 300 Wagner, Hugott, 75, 220 Wagner, Leo A., 235 Wagner, Miriam G., 110, 282 Wailes, John L, 110, 219 Walk, Guy L., 176, 177, 314 Walker, Collan S., 8 Walker, Elwood C, 75, 152 Walker, Irene M., 99, 123, 286 Walker, James O., 8, 193, 304 Walker, John Dickson, 306 Walker, Peggy, 91,284 Walker, Rex Leroy, 218 Walker, Robert T., 75 Walker, Wayman E., 8, 249 Wallace, Beryl A., 234 Wallace, Westel B., 8, 195, 249, 302 303 Wallbank, Lincoln D., 8, 123, 316 Wallower, Edward Z., 306 Walsh, Barbara A., 123, 286 Walter, John H., 257 Walter, William U., 322 Wandel, Stanley I., 8, 320 Wangberg, Anne, 123, 153, 154 Ware, Bonita J., 91 Waring, Lila L., 75, 252, 296 Warne, Clinton L., 8, 151, 162, 326 Warner, Marcia E., 32, 57, 59, 75, 245, 256, 292 Warren, Donald S., 8, 75 Warren, Frank, 91, 299, 318, 319 Warren, Ida M., 282 Warshauer, Ted F., 8, 234 Washlob, Lou E., 149, 229 Waters, George L, 164, 314 Waters, Rita G., 292 Watkins, Eugene C, 8, 237 Watson, Harold M., 75, 218 Watson, John B., 234, 386 Watson, K. Bert, 322 Watson, Robert W., 8, 324 Watt, Jean, 75, 282 Watts, Helene I., 229 Watts, Lawrence M., 8 Wayman, Craig W., 8, 234, 244, 318 Webb, Frances Teasley, 110, 242, 292 Webber vlarion G., 253 Weber, Alda M., 292 Weber, Richard B., 75, 304 Wehby, Helen M., 75, 154, 256 Wehrli, Robert, 100, 310 Wehrli, William B., 75, 310 Weidman, William H., 100, 217, 326 Weigang, Robert G., 253 Weil, Robert L., 155,234,244 Weinhart, John A., 324 Weiser, Marjorie M., 91, 292 Weisman, Rose, 162, 225 Weiss, Daurine S., 110, 149 Weitzman, William J., 123, 320 Welby, Helen, 54, 77, 242 Welch, Barbara L., 292 Weldon, Margaret D., 123, 294 Weller, Theta A., 110, 284 Weltner, William H., 164, 302 Wertheimer, Rosalie M., 77, 154, 288 Wesley, Wendell P., 123, 318 West, Daniel S., 312 West, Harold O., 322 West, John M., 234, 324 West, Samuel R., 75, 255 Wester, Dick, 310 Westermann, Lenore A., 252 Westhafer, Winifred A., 99 Wheeler, Betty W., 124 Wheeler, Mabel E., 233 Wheeler, Virginia H., 124, 150 Whelan, Robert H., 216, 248 Whetsel, Elizabeth M., 225 Whetsel, Janet, 225 Whipple, Helen Virginia, 124, 290 Whitaker, Ann D., 91, 280 Whitaker, Edward A., 306 Whitaker, Jack D., 91, 217, 229, 326 Whitaker, Jane M., 75 White, Frannie, 286 White, James N., 75, 221, 240, 241, 248, 314 White, Kenneth E., 310 White, Patricia H., 124 White, Sidney J., 124 While, Wilbur E., 312 Whiteley, Betty E., 32, 67, 75, 198 199, 243, 254, 256, 286 Whiting ' , Robert D., 328, 329 Whitley, Maxine M., 124, 249, 251 Whitmore, Dorine, 110, 199 Whitmore, Doris, 99, 110 Wiard, Cynthia, 110, 274 Wich, Harold C, 75, 230, 300 Wicks, Richard M., 124, 312 Widmer, Ben C, 124, 234 Wiener, Jacquelyn D., 124 Wiesman, Mathilda, 101 Wiesman, Rose H., 228 Wiess, Daurine, 101 Wigton, Leonard, 316 Wilcoxon, Elaine M., 124 Wiley, Margaret F., 110, 282 Wilkerson, Mary L., 76, 225 Wilking, Nora C, 99, 280 Wilkins, Rolland W., 249, 322 Wilkinson, Robert N., 242, 302 Wilkinson, William J., 255 Williams, Carolyn J., 249 Williams, Clarence M., 91 Williams, Martin E., 316 Williams, Hubert B., 234 Williams, John E., 216, 300 Williams, Keith D., 124, 234, 302 Williams, Mary E., 231, 282 Williams, Ruth K., 282 Williams, Thomas J., 326 Williams, Warren E., 246 Willis, Charlotte C, 245 WiUits, Edward H., 324 Willson, Herbert R., 322 Wilson, James S., 152, 218 Wilson, John G., 221,328 Wilson, Herbert R., 124 Wilson, John R., 124, 322 Wilson, Marie D., 150, 255, 282 Wilson, Medora E., 229, 294 Wilson, Patricia A., 99 Wilson, Suzanne, 101, 292 Wilson, William P., 316 Winchester, Elizabeth, 99 Winegardner, Albert F., 316 Winn, Mariellen, 199, 242, 292 Winter, Henry A.. 155,234 Winter, Mandell S., 76, 242 Winterer, Frank P., 326 Winters, Richard O., 196, 197, 310 Wise, Betty A., 198, 199, 286 Wise, Sarah A., 217 Wisner, Elbert C„ 249 Wisoner, Bettye L,. 276 Witbeck, Ellyn £., 91, 99 Wolfe, Robert H., 8, 306 Wolff, Hiram B., 8, 234, 318 Wolfson, Albert, 8, 320 Wommer, Martha, 233, 294 Wommer, Mary F., 91 Wood, Harry S., 8, 178, 179, 322 Wood, Marcia, 91, 198, 243, 286 Wood, Richard A., 248 Woodhill, Alan, 234 Woodis, Dorothy F., 76 Woodnorth, Paul T., 8 Woodruff, John C, 306 Woods, Glen R., 8, 234, 244 Woods, Kenneth C, 8, 234, 244, Woods, Louise J., 91, 252, 296 Woods, Nellie M., 124 Woodside, Jean M., 110, 278 Woodson, William H., 8, 110 Woodward, Richard E., 39, 78, 164, 166, 167, 168, 172, 173, 324 Woodworth, Joseph E., 124, 234 Woodworth, Nancy E,, 91 Woodworth, Robert J., 8 Woolard, Gordon A., 8, 124 Wooldridge, Jay H., 91, 304 Woolley, Norman C, 324 Worrell, Ojay H., 234, 314 Wright, George E., 8 Wright, Harry, 8, 64, 76, 153, 154, 162, 225, 299, 322, 323 Wright, Jeannette F., 229, 278 Wright, Robert L., 324 Wright, Wilbur M., 8, 234, 244 Wright, William S., 300 Wubbin, Hazlitt, 239 Wunnicke, Charles E., 8, 326 Wunsch, Leo E., 326 Wyatt, Kon, 8, 310 Yager, AraC, 124,233 Yant, Robert K., 314 Yapp, Virginia F., 276 Yates, Robert J., 8 Yaw, Robert H., 8, 225 Yeager, Edna E., 124 Yeager, Gene, 324 Yeager, Mary Louise, 225 Young, Betty Jane, 76, 254, 278 Young, Charles E., 8, 312 Young, Robert G., 8 Young, William O., 306 Young, William S., 306 Young, Zenetta G., 91, 249 Yount, Keith, 8 Yuncker, John M., 8, 162, 326 Zang, Adolph F., 326 Zarlengo, Anthony V., 8 Zarlengo, Theodore G., 8 Zeiger, Marjorie, 91, 217, 223 Zeiglei, jean, 77, 226 Zeigler, John W., 164. 165, 167, 169, 170, 172, 173, 194, 304 Zelinger, Morris, 8, 91, 237, 320 Zepelin, Harold, 320 Zeuch, Jacqueline, 76, 77, 92, 150, 228, 280 Zimmerhackel, Harry G., 316 Zimmerman, Mary E., 243 Zimmerman, Robert C, 8, 234 Zlatch, Alexander, 8 Zurick, Jean Marie, 99, 294 349 AUTOGRAPHS ::. 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