University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO)

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•Sir I ««t I I B I I I I I I «. FOREWORD You see before you the picture of a university undergoing the adjustments of a changing world — a world at war. We as students of the university have had to remould our lives and our pursuits to adjust to the challenge which lies ahead. To those naval and marine personnel who are new on our campus we wish to say that we have sincerely enjoyed your stay with us. We hope this book will enable you to carry away more lasting memories of Boulder. Although we are ever aware of the absence of those faculty and students who are no longer at the university, we, each of us who remain, are trying to carry on in their stead. We are all striving for an equal goal — a world of peace; they are engaged in our immediate defense; we are preparing ourselves for the de- fense of the tomorrows to come. DEDICATION To the men and women in the Naval and Marine Forces at the University of Colorado this book is respectfully dedicated in the fond hope that they will better remember their days at Boulder. LEST THEY FORGET C.U.1944 v ---. OUR MEN AND WOMEN 9rL JIfUL ChmsjcL J ohaidu ABOE, SIMMIE J. ACTON, CURTIS K. ADAMS. JOHN E. ADKINSON, DALE J. AKERS, JR.. HAROLD B. ALBRIGHT, HOBART M. ALLEY, PAUL ALVORD, LELAND S. ANDERSON, R. L. ANDERSON, T. REID APPLEGATE. JR.. STEPHEN APPEL. JR.. WALTER M. ARCHIBALD. JAMES G. ARGALL. WILLIAM W. ARMSTEAD, JR., SETH A. ARTER. JR., JASON R. ATKEISON, ANN R. BAILEY, HERBERT A. BAKER. JR., ELBERT E, BANK, HAROLD J. BANNING. DAVID S. BARNARD, DUANE L. BARNES. PAUL BARRETT, WARREN M. BAUER. GERALD BERGEY, JR.. ELLWOOD BERGMAN. RALPH E. BERRYMAN. ALFRED KEITH BESON. HERBERT J. BESSEE. ROBERT F. BESSOH. PETER V. BIEBER, WILLIAM L. BIGELOW. ROBERT F. BILLINGTON. WILBUR T. BINGHAM. DONALD S. BISCHOFF. JR.. MARTIN E. BLACKWELL, LYMAN L. BLACK. WILLIAM V. BLACKBURN, DARRELL C. BLACKBURN, HOWARD J. BLAKESLEE, JAMES F. BLINDE, GLOVER L. BLOOM. BEN R. BLUMBERG. NATHAN B. BOND. DONALD D. BONDE. ERIK K. BONER. RICHARD C. BOOTHROYD, VINCENT E. BOWERS, RICHARD V. BOWMAN, FRANK BOXER, JACK B. BRADLEY. WILLIAM W. BRADSHAW, JR., HAROLD B. BRANNEY. JOHN W. BRENNAN. JAMES F. BRINES. HOMER G. BRINES. THOMAS E. BROWN. LEONARD R. BROWNNE. JR.. FREDERICK T. BROWN. WAYNE S. BUCHHOLZ. RAYMOND H. BULLEN, GLENN R. BURK. DARRELL M. BURK. MARION K. BURTARD, WILBUR M. BUSH. JR., ARTHUR H. BUSSIAN. JR.. JOHN A. BYRD. DANIEL H. CALLIER. DOUGLAS R. CARLSON. FREDERICK W. CARMACK. JOHN M. CARROLL. GEORGE L. CARROLL. JR.. WM. F. CARTWRIGHT. MARSHALL C. CASE. JR.. HAROLD W. CASS. GERALD M. CATHEY. FORREST F. CHAMBERS. LLOYD E. CHENEY. ROSS CLARK, WILLIAM R. CLAYCOMB. D. E. COCHARO. GRAYSON COCHRAN. EDWARD B. COE, FRED CAPRON ARMY AIR CORPS COGSWELL, THEODORE R, COLT, JAMES B. COLWELL. JR., WALTON B. COOK, HAROLD V. F. COXHEAD. JR.. JOHN W. CRAIG, LOREN J. CUMMINS, HARRY CUNNINGHAM. LOUIS W. CURTIS, BRUCE F. DANIELS. HAROLD E. DAVANPORT. NEIL A. DA VIES, ROBERT S. DAVIS, D. O. DAVIS, JOHN R. DAVIS. JR., JOHN W. DAWSON, DICK H. DEE, JR., ROBERT H. DeSOUCHET, jr.. WILLIAM O. DILLEY, WILLIAM DILLON, CHARLES E. DIXON, FRED DONNEN, ROYAL C. DOWNING, JR., JAMES RODERICK DOYLE, CLYDE G. DUDGEON. RICHARD E. DUKES. JOHN F. DUNNING. HAL H. DYDE, JANE DYE, PETER L. ECHTERNACHT, NORRIS G. EASTON, EDISON E. EHRLICK, HENRY ELLIS, CHARLES M. ELLIS. ROBERT D. EMERY, FREDERICK L. ERB. JR., HARRY L. ETHRIDGE. RALPH L. FERGUSON, WAYNE C. FINCH, RICHARD V. FISCHER, GLENN A. FISHER, HUGH FLAX. HERMAN FLEMING, DAVID E. FLEMING, RICHARD M. FLOWER. LARRY M. FLETTER. HARRY F. FLYNN. WILLIAM S. FOLAWN. JOHN S. FOLSOM. MacGREGOR FOREMAN. WILLARD W. FRANKE, JR., PAUL RICHARD FRARY, JESS J. FREDERICK, ROBERT G, FRY, HARRY E. GARLAND. FRANK L. GARLINGTON, EDWARD L. GARRETSON, WALTER H. GARRETT. JAMES DONALD GARRETT. JAMES K. GATES. ROBERT GAYLORD, LESLIE M. GERBER. J. A. GERHARDT. BURRELL B. GIERSCH, LAURON R. GILL, WHITFORD B. GLASSER, JOSEPH H. GOALSTONE. EUGENE GODDARD. GLEN GOEBEL, DOUGLAS M. GOLDBLATT, SAMUEL P. GOOD, BYRON M. GOOD. ROBERT B. GOULD. JOSEPH A. GOURLEY, ROBINSON B. GRAY. ROGER W. GREEN. ROY A. GRIMM, PAUL E. GUENTHER. ROBERT C. GUNNING, DONALD H. HAFFNER. GLENWYN V. HAGERTY. RAYMOND O. HAMILTON. WALTER H. HARDIN, DONALD C. HARDY, BRANT D. HARRIS. ELLIOTT HAUSSER, ROBERT HAWLEY, JOSEPH W. HAYCRAFT. THOMAS A. HAYNE, MELVIN L. HAYUTIN, ARTHUR B. HEDGECOCK, JR., GLENN A. HELLER. GERALD HENDRICKSON, MURL S, HENNRICH, S. L. HENSON. ROBERT K. HENWOOD, ROBERT HEPPES, ROBERT D. HERRICK. JULIUS F. HUESTON. WILLIAM C. HIIGEL, LEWIS E. HICKS. RICHARD C. HILL. MARVINE L. HODGSON, MELVIN C. HOFFMAN, KENNETH D. HOGSETT, VERNON N, HOHNSTEIN, CLIFFORD H. HOLDRIDGE, DONALD S. HOLME, JR., PETER H. HOLMES. ELMER D. HOLT. THOMAS C. HOUGH. ROBERT J. HOULTON. WILLIAM G. HUDSON. WILLIAM J. HUEY. ROBERT H. HUGGINS. HORACE T. HYDE, WILLIAM H. INCE, JAMES C. IVERSOB. CLAIR H. JACOBSEN, NORMAN N. JACOX, JR., LEROY C. JAMES. JOHN P. JENSEN, PHILLIP A. JOHNS, MITCHEL B. JOHNSON, ELMER A. JOHNSON, FRANK C, JOHNSON, JACK D. JOHNSON. KENT M. JOHNSON. WILLIAM D. JOHNSTON, WILLIAM R. JOYCE, GEORGE R. KAFF, ALBERT KAHNE, DAVID S. KARSH. FRANK L. KATZ. NATHAN P. KAUB, GEORGE KELL, CATHERINE N, KELLOGG, R. W. KELLY, JOHN J., Ill KELTON, WILLIAM F. KENNEY, JR., FRANK M. KESSINGER, ERNEST M. KILLIN, EDWARD C. KILPATRICK, DOUGLAS KIMBALL. NORMAN D. KIRSCH. DONALD L. KNOWLES. JR., ROBERT R. KONOPA, JR., CHARLES W. KOOGLE, KEITH R. KUNTZ, JR., G. T. KURTZ, FREDRICK N. LaTORRA, PAUL M. LEARNED, GORDON W. LEE, ROY P. LESCH, LEONARD L. LEWIS. C. J. LEWIS. GAYLE H. LEWIS, ROBERT M. LIGHT, WILLIAM C. LIKINS, C. H. LINES. RICHARD L. LINDHARDT, JOHN S. LIPSKER, AARON S, LIRADJIS, JAMES S. LLOUD, JR.. KENNETH W. LOCKWOOD. PHIL C. LOMBARDI. FREDERICK LOMBARDI, MICHAEL LONGNECKER, RICHARD E, LOYD, HARLAND K. LUCAS, JAMES R. LUCAS. RIO G. LUCKETT, HARVEY C. LYLES, RICHARD I. McCLAIN, ROBERT D. McCLURG. WILLIAM M. McCLUSKEY. ROBERT R. McCOMB. JR., J. McCORMICK, KENNETH J. McDONALD. JR.. FRANKLIN J. McGLOTHLIN. LAWTON C. McINNIS, KOHLER McINTOSH. OAKLEY McKEE, CLARENCE R. McKEE. HENRY C. Mcknight, robert t. mclenathen. charles w. MABEE, DUDLEY T. MacCORMACK, RICHARD J. machett, andrew d. macha, harold r. Mackenzie, emmett g. MALt-ETT, JR.. GEORGE E. MANLEY. JOHN R. MANN, MORTON L. MARCH, FRED S. MARSHALL, WARREN S. MARTIN, JR., JOHN S, MARTIN, WILLIAM E. MARTYN, ROBERT H. MASON, IRVIN L. MAULIS, JAMES R. MAYNE, ROLAND B. MAYS. ROBERT L. MECKLEY. RICHARD C. METCALFE. KENNETH C. MEYERS. GEORGE MILLEN, CHARLES K. MILLER, ELLIOTT M. MOON, THOMAS S. MOORE, FRED E. MOORE. MERRILL D. MORANDI. LINDO MORCK. CARL D. MORPETH, JR., ALN TYNE MOYNIHAN. PEGGY MUNCY, WAYNE R. MURPHY, JR.. JOHN E. MURRAY. CARL L. NASH. DAVID W. NEIMAN. ELIZABETH J. NEWCOMB. CHAUNCEY A. NICHOALDS. JR.. HARRY W. NICHOLS. ROBERT D. NIXSON. JACK E. NORDEEN. HAROLD E. NORGREN. CARL N. NUCKOLLS, HEATH OGLEVIE, JAMES R. OGDEN, ROGER H. O ' GRADY, WILLIAM E. ONSTAND, VIRGIL O. OTEY, TED R. OTT. GEORGE M. OVERSTREET, GENE OZMENT, EMERSON L. PAHLKE, HENRY A. PAPE, III, WILLIAM F. PAPPAS, DEMOSTHENES PARRY, FRANKLIN W. PATTERSON, WILLIAM M. PAULANTIS, JAMES T. PAUL. GEORGE C. PAUL, WILLIAM E. PEACH, ROY E. PEARSE. JOHN R. PEET. GEORGE B. PERRY. THEODORE K. PERSSON. BURTON E. PETERMAN, ROBERT WAYNE PETERS. JR.. SIDNEY C. PETERSON. DANIEL L. PETH, WILLIAM H. IN THE ARMED FORCES ARMY AIR CORPS— Continued PHILLIPS, JOHN M. PIERSON, JAMES R. PITCHFORD. THOMAS E. PIPER. HOWARD J. PLACE. CHARLES E. PLEASANT, JR.. FLOYD PLUMMER. JOHN W. POLKINGHORN. ROBERT S. PRECHTEL. JOHN E. PRINCE. BRAD H. PRITCHARD. ALLEN E. PROMMEL, HAROLD H. PROVANCHA, EARL DeLOSS PRYOR, FRANK L. PUGH. DONALD W. PUNCHES. MAX G. PURINTON, JR.. RAYMOND F. PUTMAN, JAMES D. PUTMAN, WARREN C. PYLE, ROBERT L. RADLOFF, FLOYD E. RAGLIN. FRANCIS E. RAIFE, JOHN H. RAMALEY: FRANCIS RASON, SOLLIE S. RAY, JOHN D. REDDISH, HOWARD E. REARDON, DANIEL E. REED, WALLACE K. REESE, JAMES W, REILLY, MAURICE R. RENLUND, JOHN W. RICCI, J. A. RICE. JAMES W. RICHART, JR., GEORGE A. RIEKER, ROBERT R, ROBB, DELMAR F, ROBBINS, LEE R. ROBERTS. JAMES G. ROE, DONALD R. ABERCROMBIE. LOUIS ADAMS, PHILLIS AHLEBERG, RODNEY A, ALEXANDER, HARRY A. ALF, JOHN T, ANDERSON, CHARLES E. ANDERSON, JR., JOHN H. L. ANDERSON, RICHARD G. ANSTEENSEN. EILIF J. ARNDT, DONALD A. ASBURY, WALLACE E. ASHE, S. M. PRATHER ASHMUN, RAYMOND ASKEROOTH, LYLE C. AUSTIN, JR., HAROLD G. BAKARICH. NICHOLAS BANCROFT, THOMAS BARBER, JAMES W, BARNACLE, CLARKE H. BARR, RICHARD S. BARRIS, DON F. BEBEE, JOHN N. BEERBOHM, HARRY S. BEERY, RUTH BEHRMAN, ROBERT A. BELL, RICHARD E. BELL. ROBERT H. BENSON, CARL G. BERGMAN, MARCUS E. BESSOL. PETER V. BILLINGS, EDWARD G. BLAIR. BRYSON BLAUW. ALFRED S. BLEDSOE, CARL S. BLOSS, ROSCOE L. BOICE, PAUL M. BONACCI, LEO C. BOSCO, HENRY A. BOTTS. DUANE C. 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RICHARD L. STAHNKE. PAUL K. STALLINGS, WILLIAM H. STANMEYER. JOHN R. STARK, MARVIN STARR, PAUL D. STEARNS, CARLE W. STEMBER, EDWARD CALDWELL, DOUGLAS W. CAMERON, WILLIAM L. CAMPBELL, EDWIN D. CANNON. WILLIAM F. CARANCI, ROLAND CARY, JOHN R. CASTO. RICHARD W. CHAMBERS, JOHN S. CHARLES. LLOYD W. CHASE, ALPHA M. CHENEY, ERVIN F. CHESNEY, JR., LEE R. CHILDS, JR., S. B. CHINN, JAMES CHITWOOD, DOUGLAS C. CHRISTOPHER, JOSEPH R. CLAPHAM, JOSEPH C. CLAPP, CHARLES M. CLARK. JR., HARRY CLARK. OLIVE T. CLARKE, TERREL E. CLIFTON, THOMAN R. COCHRAN, DALE S. COHAN. ROBWER M. COLLINS, RICHARD W. COLOFF. PETE CONDON, WILLIAM R. CONKLIN, AUGUST COOK, ARNOLD H. COOPER, KENNETH K. COWDERY, WILLIAM D. COWGILL, DAVID S. CRAMER, JOHN CRIBARI, GEORGE P. CRYSLER, EDWIN W. CULLEY, JOHN H. CURLEE, WAYNE S. CURRIE, DEYRL G. DAMERON, WILLIAM M. DARDEN, WILLIAM H. D ' ARMS, EDWARD F. DAUM, ARVIN C. DAVIS, JOHN E. DAVIS, JR., VAUGHN F. DAVISON, EDWARD DAY, WILLIAM J. DrGOOGEE. MARVIN DELLIQUADRI, ORLANDO C. DENHAM. DALE L. DENST. JOHN DiTARR, JAMES H. DEXTER. ROBERT B. DEY, ROBERT H. DIEZ. IRVIN DILTS. JR.. FRED DOBBS. HUGH E. DONELAN. LYNN E. DONSKY. BENJAMIN B. DORA, JAMES E. DOWNING, ROBERT R. DOWNING. SAM W. STIRLING, JOHN H. STETSON. ROBERT E. STEVENSON. WALTER A. STILWELL. CHARLES J. STIRLING. MICHAEL F. STON. JOHN E. STRAIN. DEAN B. STW ALLEY. RICHARD C. SULLIVAN. WARREN C. SWERER. JR.. GEORGE H. TANNER, HENRY C. TAPPAN, ROBERT W. TATUM, JAMES D. TEEGARDEN, DORSE M. TEMPEST, DONALD TOBIN, JOHN J. TORBET. JR.. ROBERT P. TOWNLEY. DAVID K. TOZER. JAMES E. TRENT, MICHAEL C. TRUE. FRANK E. TULLIS, ERNEST O. VAGNINO, EDWARD R. VAQUE. HAROLD R. VALITON, ARTHUR P. VAN ARSDALE, WAYNE A. VAN CISE, EDWIN P. VAUGHN. GRAHAM T. VERTREES. RICHARD B. VINSON. RAYMOND E. VOGEL. ROBERT M. VOIGHT. RICHARD M. WAFER. WILLIAM E. WAGNER. LEO A. WALDO, JOHN H. WALKER. CHARLES L. WALKER. JR.. JOHN D. WALKER, THADDEUS H. WALKER, WAYMAN E. WALLACE, WESTEL B. ARMY DUKE. GEORGE H. DUNCAN, JOHN V. DYDE. JAMES EASTIN, HOWARD H. EASTON, EDISON E. EATON, ERNEST J. EBOUGH. DAVID C. EBOUGH, FRANKLIN L. ECKEL, ROBERT B. EDGAR, JOHN M. EICOVE. SEYMOUR EKROTH. ARTHUR A. ELAND, GENE D. ELLIOTT, EDNA J. ELLIOTT, JR.. JOHN P. ELLIS. CLARENCE W. ELLRICK. ELMER J. EPSTEIN. JOSEPH S. ERVON. DWAIN T. ESTES, ARCHIE J. FARABOUGH, LEONARD J. FARABEE, CALEB T. FAY, MELVIN E. FIELD. MARSHALL J. FINCH, STUART M. FINESILVER, OSCAR S. FINK, GEORGE B. FIREBOUGH, KENNETH L. FISHER. R ICHARD E. FLIEHMANN, JACK W. FOLEY, JACK C. FORRESTER, JOHN W. FORSTER, ROBERT H. FOWLER, JAMES R. FOWLER, WILLIAM A. FOWLER. WILLIAM G. FREDRICKSON. DONALD S. FREHSE, WILLIAM R. FRICKE. ROLAND R. FRIEDEN. MARY F. GARBARINO, HAROLD L. GARDNER, PAUL W. GARNIER. GENE E. GARRISON, FRANKLIN S. GAUNT, GALEN B. GERCHRA, ELLIOT C. GERHARD, PAUL F. GILLES, LOMBERT L. GLENN. CHARLES C. GOMEZ. MANUEL GOODING. STEWARD L. GOODWIN. LrROY W. GORALNIK. BERNERD GOTTESFELD, BURTON GRAY, JAY B. GREENSPOON, MERLE L. GREEG. DONALD N. GRIFFIS. JR.. JAMES A. GROMER. JOHN N. GROSS, THOMAS E. WALLBANK. LINCOLN WALTER, ALBERT C. WARNER. DAVID B. WARREN. HARRY A. WARSHAUER. JR.. KURT R. WATKINS, EUGENE C. WATSON, RICHARD E. WEBB. JACK WHITNEY. LAURENCE A. WICKES, ROBERT R. WICKS, RICHARD M. WILLARD. WILLIAM C. WILLSON. HERBERT R. WINCHESTER. JACKSON WINCHESTER, JACKSON L. WINEGARDNER, ALBERT F. WISHNICK. JOHN H. WINTERBOURNE. BOB G. WITTY, MACK WOLFE, ROBERT H. WOLLEY, WILLIAM K. WOOD, WALLACE W. WOODNORTH, JR., PAUL T. WOODSON, WILLIAM H. WOODWORTH. RICHARD E. WOODWORTH. ROBERT J. WOLLARD, GORDON A. WORCESTER. JOHN B. WRIGHT, GEORGE E. WRIGHT, ROY R. WRIGHT, WILLIAM S. YATES. ROBERT J. YEAGER. VICTOR E. YOUNG. ROBERT G. ZARLENGO. ANTHONY V. ZLATEN, ALEX ZORNO, ROBERT F. GROVES, HARRY E. GROVES, JAMES R. GRUM, ROBERT M. GUGLIUZZA. VICTOR R. GUITERAS, JOSEPH J. HALEY. JR.. JOHN L. HALL, DONALD A. HALL, RICE E. HALL. ROBERT HANNA. WILLIAM S. HANSEN. PAUL V. HARDT. WILLIAM H. HARPER. FRED R. HARRIS. JACK T. HARRIS. MALCOLM H. HARTWELL, ERNEST G. HARVEY. CLAYTON P. HAUPTMANN. CARL J. HAWLEY. ROBERT C. HAYS. STANLEY R. HEATH. WILLIAM R. HEATHERINGTON. ROBERT D. HEDGES. ROY W. HELLER, GEORGE HEMPSTID, RICHARD W. HENRIKSON. WARREN P. HENRY, FREDRICK T. HERSHEY, HERBERT M. HESS, JOHN M. HIATT, WILLIAM R. HILLIGOSS. JOHN E. HILL, MARVINE L. HILL, RALPH D. HILLMEYER. CLARK HIMELGRIN. GERALD HIPPLE, MILLARD L. HITTLE, RICHARD H. HIX, JR., IVAN E. HIXSON, CARL E. HODGE. GERALD P. HODGES. DEAN W. HOFFMAN, SAUL A. HOFMANN, WILLIAM J. HOLCOMB, CHARLES E. HOLLAND. JOHN DON HOLLANDER, GLENN W. HOLLOWAY, JR.. LAWRENCE M. HOLMES, ROBERT B. HOOK. KEITH R. HOPPLER, CARROLL K. HOULTA, EDWARD C. HOYLE, W. HUGHES. EUGENE HULT, JR.. ARVID C. HUME. JOHN HUMPHREYS. EDWIN B. HUNTER. GEORGE E. JACKSON. ALFRED R. JAMES. ALBERT E. JAMES, JR., JOHN M. 8 IN THE ARMED FORCES ARMY— Continued JEEP, JR., VICTOR I. JENKINS, HAROLD D. JOHNSON. PHILIP C. JOHNSON, ROBERT J. JOHNSTON, DAVID K. JOHNSTON, DEAN M. JONES, RALPH V. JONES, ROBERT JOHN JONES, LEONARD R. JONES, RICHARD S. JOSEPH. JR., NORMAN R. KADISH, HARVEY A. KEARNEY, GEORGE W. KEKAUOHA. GEORGE W. KELLY. BRET KELSALL. CHARLES H. KENNISON. HERBERT B. KENT. HERBERT F. KERRIGAN, TOM W. KETTERMAN. ROBERT E. KIKEL. MATTHEW J. KINDEL, WILLIAM H. KING. EDWARD C. KING, LOYAL W. KING, RAYMOND J. KIRBY. RICHARD A, KIRK, RAY O. KIRKPATRICH, LEIGHTON D. KNAPP, LEALAND M. KNAPP, ROBERT H. KNIGHT, REUBEN B. KNOX, JAMES W. KOESTER, GEORGE A. KOTAS, DONALD E. LaBONDE, HARRY C. LALICH, ROBERT L. LAMPE, JOHN M. LANEBACK. FRANKLIN B. LAUGHLIN, ROBERT W. LAYTON, DEWY W. LEE, FRANK C. LEE, HOWARD M. LEESEMAN, DONALD F. LeMOINE, LOWELL H, LEONARD, DUANE A. LERNER, BELDEN W. LERNER. JACOB LEWIS, ROY BRADLEY LIGHTBURN, JOHN L. LLOYD, LEO W. LOCKARD, VERNON M. LOGAN. H. GORDAN LOHOFF, LEWIS C. LOMAX. STANLEY H. LONABAUGH. E. E. LONG, CHARLES E. LONGWORTH, JOHN L. LOOSE, GERHARD LOUK. THOMAS J. LOWERY, VERNON L. LUNDY. WILLIAM M. McANDREW, JR., C. EDWARD McAFERTY. HAROLD J. McBRIDE. BRUCE R. McCAIN. GILBERT R. McCAMMON, ROBERT McCLEARY, EDWARD R. McCLINTICK, HARRY V. McCLURKIN. ELVIN J. McDANIEL, LAWRENCE W. McGRATH. JOHN L. McKERNON, WILFRED D. McMANUS, THOMAS J. McMillan, jr., harry a. McNEIL, ELBERT D. McVAY, ROBERT D. McVICKER. JOHN H. MABRAY, DONALD D. MABRAY, JAY B. MABRY. DEAN C. MacCRACKEN, jr., RICHARD T. MacINTYRE, ARCHIBALD T. MACKIE. JOHN G. MACKIEWICZ, CASIMIR C. MADISON, ERNEST S. MAINS, CHARLES J. MANFRED, JR.. JOSEPH MANN, JOHN M. MARSHALL. HARWOOD MARTIN, JR., HAROLD P. MASUNAGA, JOHNNIE M. MAUL, HERMAN S. MELVIN, JR., WALTER W. MERRILL, JAMES R. MERRITT. ROBERT P. MERTZ, ROBERT D. METCALFE, RICHARD L, MILLER, ALEXANDER MILLER, CHARLES E. MILLER, GORDON C. MILLER, HARRY A. MILLER, MARVIN A. MILLER, MAURICE L. MITCHELL, BEVERLY L. MOLONEY, LeROY D. MORELAND, JOHN E. MORRISON, JAMES D. MULVIHILL, EILEEN M. MURPHY, LEONARD A. MURR, FLOYD K. NEEDHAM, CHARLES N, NEIHEISEL, PAUL R. NEWMAN, RICHARD E. NICE, PHILIP O. NICHOLAS, J. WILLIAM NIX, MARY JANE NOCE, GENE W. NOOKER. EUGENE L. NORMAN, FRANCES N. NORMAN, LLOYD W. NOVAK, LEO C. O ' KELLY, LAWRENCE I. OLDHAM, JOHN J. OLIVER, LLOYD G. OLIVER, ROSS L. ONG, SAM N. OSBERG, FRANKLIN PALMER, EDWIN S. PALMER, WILLIAM H. PAPER, HERBERT H. PARKER, AUBREY B. PARKHURST, FREDERICK B. PARRIOTT, JOSEPH M. PATTERSON, JACK V. PATTERSON, JR., LeROY R. PAYNE, BURTON R. PEABODY, JAMES C. PENDERGAST, JR., ED. T. PEPPER, MURRAY M. PERKINS. RAYMOND L. PERRY. FRANKLIN W. FERRYMAN. JOHN N. PHILIP, DAVID C. PLATT, RICHARD J. PRENDERGAST, ED. T. PRITCHARD, JR.. ALLEN E. PRITCHARD, HUBERT L. QUIAT, MARSHALL G. RALSTON, ROBERT O. RAWSON, CHESTER S. REEVES, G. PAUL REEDER, HAROLD P. REUBEN, ARTHUR L. REYNOLDS, JR., JOHN R. REYNOLDS, LEVI E. RICHARDS. GERALD S. RICHARDS, HARRY R. RILEY, EMERSON P, RIS, DAVID R. ROBERTS, JR., AMOS D. ROBERTS, MURRILL ROBERTS, TERRY S. ROBERTS, JR., WILLIAM J. ROCHE. DANIEL M. RODGERS. GEORGE ROSENBAUM. ROBERT B. ROSENBERG. BERNARD L. ROSSMAN. WARREN W. ROTHROCK. KEVIN M. RAUSE, PHILIP A. ROVIRA, LUIS D. RUDINE, GILBERT RUDOLPH, JR., ROWE RULE, MARGY RUSK, DAVID F. RUSK, JR., WILLARD W. RUSSELL. CHARLES W. RUSSELL. KEMPTON W. RYDEN, FRED W. SAFRAN. HOWARD D. SALIMAN. FLOYD F. SANDHAM. GIBSON SANDUSKY, JAMES H. SCHADE, GEORGE W. SCHEELE, EVAN E. SCHOEN. JR., WALTER A. SCOTT, DONALD R. SCOTT. PAUL N. SECOR, WILLIAM T. SELF, KEITH L. SHEPHERD, JR.. STANLEY J. SHERIDAN, DAVID S. SHIFFER, GEORGE E. SHIPPEY, JOHN H. SHY, JAMES C. SIEKMEIER, JR., LEONARD S. SILRUR, WILLIAM SIMON, JOSEPH H. SIMON. JR.. JOHN SIMS, HAROLD L. SKINNER, DURLAND L. SLAWSON, NEVIN H. SMITH, CHARLES E. SMITH. GEORGE R. SMITH. GORDON M. SMITH. JR., GURDON G. SMITH, JAMES A. SMITH, JAMES D. SMITH. RALPH J. SMITH, ROBERT A. SMITH, WALTER N. SNOWDON, JOSEPH N. SNYDER. LINDEN E. SOFEN. IRVING A. SPARKS, WARREN O, SPIVAK, DAVID H. STARKE, ROBERT C. STEDWELL, MARION J. STEINER, HOWARD A. STERLING, JR., JOHN E. STEVENS, WILLIAM F. STRATTON. ROBERT L. STRAUSS. DONALD S. STRONG, ROBERT H. SUTHERLAND, EVELYN T. TALBOT, JOHN LEROY TANNER, IRA E. TAVEL, HOWARD S. TAYLOR, JR., CLYDE A. TAYLOR. JOHN W, TAYLOR, OSCAR H. TEMPLE. CHARLES V. TENENBAUM. HAROLD B. THOMAS, j6HN M. THOMAS, ROBERT V, THOMPSON. ERNEST A. TIMM, VERNON H, TODD, JOHN C. TOMSIC, ALBERT J. TOUCHTON, CHARLES K. TOWNLEY. RODNEY TREVITHICK, RICHARD J. TROY. RICHARD E. UDEVITZ. MARVIN P. UHRICH, HARLAN G. VANCE, JOHN M. VAN CISE, EDWIN P. VANDERHOOF, JR., AUSTIN L. VAN SCHAACK, PETER S. VENDITTI, FRED P. VERNETT, D. F. VERPLOEG, RALPH H. VICKROY, ROBERT L, VINING, ROBERT J. WADSWORTH, LAWRENCE W. WALDRIFF, GEORGE A. WALKER. COLLAN S. WALTEMADE. HENRY J. WALTERS, JOE F. WARE, ARNOLD G. WARNE, CLINTON L. WARNER. MARY RUTH WARNER, ROBERT F. WARREN. DONALD S. WATSON. ROBERT W. WATTS, CHARLES W. WATTS, LAWRENCE M. WEBBER, MARION G, WEHBY, LAVERN J. WEIGANG, ROBERT G. WELCH, JOHN E. WEST, DANIEL S. WHISLER, LAWRENCE M. WHITE, SIDNEY J. WICH, HAROLD C. WILKINS, ROLLAND W, WILKINSON, THOMAS E. WILLIAMS, JR., CLARENCE M. WILSON, CHALMERS WILSON, KENNETH A, WINGO. THOMAS D. WINTER, MANDELL S. WOLF, VINTON L. WOOLDRIDGE. JAY H. WURTZEBACH, LORENZ R. YODER, NORRIS L. YOELIN, ELI W. YOUNG, CHARLES E. YUNCKER, JOHN M. ZARLENGO. THEODORE G. ZEIGLER. JAMES H. ZELINGER, MORRIS G. ZUCKERMAN, HYMAN S. NAVY AIR CORPS ANDERSON, ROBERT CHARLES BEAM, ORVILLE BEIN, THOMAS C. BEKINS, JR., ROBERT Q. BELL, DONALD M. BENIGHT. HAROLD W. BENNETT, ROBERT P. PORST, FREDERICK L, BOURS, HAROLD R. BRENNEMAN, RICHARD O. BROWN, BEN B. BROWN, GEORGE R. BURGER, GLENN CALLARD, CHARLES G. CARLISLE, JR.. FORREST W. CARLSON, GORDON M. CHANCE. EMERSON L. CIBOROWSKI, HENRY L. A. CLARK, VERNON C. COLE, DONALD G, COUGHLIN, JAMES D. CRITES, MELVIN V. CROSS, JOHN B. DALE. ALAN R. DHANES. LESTER W. DICK, GERALD M. DOBSON, LYNN E. DeLONG, DEAN O. ELLIOTT, JAMES D. ERICKSEA, DEAN M. FLANNERY, HERBERT P, FRANKLIN, JR., WALTER B. GARST, JOSEPH H. GELWICK. CLYDE C. GERM, JOHN R. GLOVER, ROBERT J. GODDARD. HAROLD GOOD. DONALD L. GRABOW, WILBUR GUSTAVSON, RUSSELL GYGER, CECIL E. HAMILL, ROBERT E, HARRIS, CHARLES W. JOHNSON, KENNETH R. JOHNSON, RAYMOND C. JOHNSTON. GEORGE F. KAISER. JAMES C. KING. CLARENCE W. KONKEL. VERNON E. KRAMER. D. C. KRAPF. JOHN E. KRETSCHMER. FRANZ J. LAMB, CARL H. LATCHAM, CHESTER A. LEFF, CHARLES J. LESSER. WILLIAM J. LOYD, KELSEY E, LYDDON. JACK R. LYDON, ROBERT H. McCABE. ROBERT T. McClelland, jr., james r. McNATT, KENNETH J. MATTHEWS, W. L. MIKLAS, GEORGE J. MILLER. ROBERT K. MIZENER, JEROME MONROE, L. P, MOSKO, MARVIN T. MYERS, B. R. NICHOLS, HERBERT H. NODTVEDT, MAGNUS OLSON, LEON D. OSTRANDER, MAX H. PARLAPIANO, JOSEPH F. PETERSEN, HAROLD C. PETERSEN, WILLIAM PHELPS, JR., HORACE F. PUSARD, CARROLL R. REMINGTON. VERN RICHARDSON. ROBERT B. ROBERTS. ROBERT W, ROMANO, JOSEPH L. ROUCH, D. V. RUSSELL, OLIVER L. RUSSELL. WILLIAM G. SCOTT, ROBERT H. SHERMAN, R. A. SITTIG, EUGENE A. SIGGIG, JR., WILLIAM A. SMALLEY, DELBERT O. SPEER. IVAN E. SUNSHINE, ROBERT SUPPLE. WILLIAM R. STEWART. FRANKLIN THOMPSON. MAURICE R. TIMOTHY, REX TRIEFUS, JR., ALFRED TUCKER, WARREN W. TURNER. W. E. TURNER. ROBERT W. VAN GUNDY, STERLING VIGIL, FRANK W. WADDELL, JAMES T. WHITE. ROBERT L. WILSON. WILLIAM P. WIRTZ, HOWARD A, YANT, ROBERT K. ZIMMERMAN, ROBERT C. 9 IN THE ARMED FORCES NAVY ALDENDIFER, JAMES C. ALLEN, MARGARET R. ALPERT, THEODORE R. ANDERSON. RAYMOND N. ANDERSON. ROBERT C. ANSELML RUDY ATKINSON. JR.. THOMAS E. BAIN, EDWARD M. BAKER, HARRISON M. BANKS. GENEVA R. BARNGROVER. ROBERT G. BASHORE, HARRY W. BEAMAN. CHARLES W. BECHTOLD. JOSEPH H. BEIDLEMAN. RICHARD G. BE ' N. JR.. LOUIS F. BELDERS. GEORGE C. BELL. USHER A. BENNETT. CHARLES E. BENNETT. DONN S. BENNION. FRED W. BERGMAN. ROBERT D. BERNZEN. GEORGE G. BERWICK. JAMES D. BETTERLY. ROBERT L. BIGELOW. EUGENE V. BIGUM. WILLIAM H. BLALOCK. WILLIAM W. BLOOMQUIST. CHARLES D. BOWMAN, JR.. ERNEST D. BRAYTON. PRISCILLA BRIDENB4UGH. RICHARD B. BRIGHTWELL, DOROTHY L. BROCESKV. FRANK T. BROWN. RICHARD E. BROWN, ROBERT P. BROWN. WOODROW E. BUCK. CLIFFORD P. BUNGER, JR., HOWARD P. BURCH. HARRIET M. BURGER, GLENN W. CABIBI. SABIO P. C ALDER WOOD. STANFORD M. CAMPBELL. RICHARD C. CARLSON. BRUCE R. CARR. ALBERT W. CARR. JOHN E. CARSON, JOSEPH W. CHRISTIANSEN, IVAN F. CLARK. GEORGE M. CLARK. ROBERT W. CLARK. JR.. THOMAS H. CLAUSEN, EMIL J. CLEMENS. WALLACE G. CLINGMAN. HARRY W. COAN. JR., WILLIAM R. CORNER, GEORGE W. CREAGHE. LAWRENCE B. CREESE, JOHN L. CROWE. STANLEY R. CUNNINGHAM, RICHARD CURTIS. GEORGE W. DAHMS. JOHN W. DALPOGGETTO, NEWTON F. DAY. FRANK deBEQUE. WALLACE A. E. DECKER, ROBERT B. DeCLUE. JR., JOHN R. DeROSE. JOSEPH L. DIECKMAN. JOHN DIERDORFF, RALPH D. DOLL, ROBERT W. DORNSTREICH. KNUTE E., JR. IX)UDEN. PAUL A. DOYLE, DONALD R. DOYLE, EDWARD W. DOYLE, JOHN P. DRESSLER. ROBERT L. DUNGAN, TSCHUDY F. DWYER, CHARLES F. EGBERT, DWIGHT G, EHLER, CARROL W. ELA. WILLIAM M. FABER, HARRY L. FALLER, JR.. BERNARD A. FARLEY, VIRGINIA A. PATTERS, LOUIS E. FENNER, ROBERT M. FETTERS, LOUIS E. nSH. CALVIN E. FLANNERY. WILLIAM A. FOSTER, WAYNE L. FRANZEN. FLOYD H. FULLERTON. WILLIAM B. GARST, WARREN E. GILLIGAN, THOMAS J. GOLLINER, KENNETH V. GRAHAM, EDWARD E. HAGG. KERN W. HAMBERGER. ARNOLD C. HAMBURG. GEORGE HAMILTON, FRANKLIN J. HARDING, ROBERT F. HARDING, VIRGINIA L, HARRISON, WILLIAM J. HART. LAWRENCE E. HARVEY, JAMES H. HAUSE. NORMAN L. HAYS. RAYMOND A. HEITZLER, ALBERT H. HENDRICKS. MARY LOUISE HENDRIKSON, MILTON E. HESUTON, PHILIP T, HINSHAW, JOHN M. HOLMES, HORACE B, HONDIUS, PIETER HOOD, JR., JOHN M. HUBBARD. HERBERT B. HUMES. ANDREW R. HUNTINGTON. SHIRLEY IDLER. QUENTIN E. ISRAEL. CREIGHTON B. JACOBSEN. CLARENCE R. JENKINS. RAYMOND L. JENSEN. EMMERT W. JOHNSON. DONALD D. JOHNSON. LeROY M. KALCEVIC. VICTOR , KINCAID. JR.. WILLIAM M. KIRCHNER. ROBERT M. LESSER. GEORGE S. LEWIS. JR.. ROBERT C. LINDER. SAM I. LIST. JR.. FREDERICK A. LITTLEJOHN. ROBERT O. LLOYD. O. M. LOWE. JOHN W. LUPPINO. CHARLES R. LYNN. JAMES E. McARTHUR. R. C. McCLEARY. EDWARD R. McCLUNG. PAUL V. McCONNELL. J. H. McDonald, byron a. McGOVERN. MARIE E. McGRayel. harry M. McILHENNY. ROBERT C. McKEE. CLARENCE R. McPHAIL, HARVEY mack, lawrence f. major. william j. mallery. packard f. malzahn, pauline k. mamminga, arthur mendrek. isadore r. mery. albert m. messenger, keith s. messenheimer. myron g. miller. charles k. miller. harry e. miller. ronald c. miller, vern a. milligan, william g. mitchell. richard g. montgomery. w. w. morris. howard l. morse, george d. murphy, helen j, naeb. harold e. nassimbene. william g. nehrign, clayton r. neiheisel, william n, neville, charles r. newell, robert w. nicola, robert j. nicoll, robert h. nodredt, magnus, jr. norberg, fredrik norris, claire b. nyholm. hannah m. o ' halloran. william j. o ' hara, jr., roderick l. overhults, wendell c. ozman. dale d. pacheco, arthur p. packard. fred m. patterson. warner g. patty, riley payne, melvin a. paynter, richard b. paynter, stanley b, paynter, william b. perry, jack v. pillmore. richard quam, lewis o. ragle. logan n. ramseier, verne c. renalde, james l. Repass, paul e, rich. paul b. richardson. edward s. roark, mayford l, robertson, raymond d. rossa, lloyd t. ross, philip p, roukema, ralph w. ROWE, JR,. GORDON H. RUPP, GEORGE R. SAMSON. FAITH L. SANNON, LeROY A. SAYRE, JOHN M. SCARPELLA, FRANK A. SCHALL. JR.. HENRY B, SCHMIDT, ROBERT G, SCHOBE. LESLIE S. SELEEN, DARWIN D, SHAFFER, ERNEST W, SHELTON. ROBERT E. SHOCKEY. DELBERT R. SHOCKEY. GEORGE W. SHREVE. THEODORE N. SHELTON. JR.. EARL J. SIEGFRIED. MARY LOU SMITH, LEONARD E, SMITH, ROBERT F. SPANO. JOHN A. STALEY. JAMES B. STALLIVIERE. BARTHOLOMEW M. STEFFEN. HARRY E. STEVENSON. HAROLD W. STEVENSON, HAROLE W. STEVENS. RODNEY D. STONER. OTTO L. STONG. DAVID D. STOVALL. JR.. ROBERT G. STRAWN, MARGARET .STRYKER, WILLIAM S. SULLIVAN. JOSEPH M. SWEGART. JACK E. SWEENEY, WILLIAM J. TAYLOR, EUGENE M, TEMPLE, JR., NORMAN J. THOMAS, GEORGE W. TREVITHICK, JOHN P. TRIPP, LEONARD ULMER, HERBERT D. UNDERWOOD, CHARLES Q. VAN LOPIK, JUSTIN A, VAN SICKLE, C, L. VARIEL, MARY ELIZABETH VINCENT, RALEIGH J. VOCKEL, MYRON H. WAGGENER. HUBERT U. WAILES, JOHN L. WALLACE, JR., BERYL A. WALLACE, WILLIAM WALLER, PRESTON E. WEAL, JOHN W. WEHRLI. ROBERT E. WESLEY. JR.. WENDELL P. WESSELLS, JR., JOHN H. WESTFALL. MILLARD F. WHERRITT. CHARLES R. WHITE. KENNETH E. WHITE. WILBUR E. WILKERSON. MARY LOUISE WILLIAM, RUSSELL G. WILLIAMSON, HOWARD W. WISE. BETTY A. WITHERSPOON. CHARLES R. WOODBURY, HOMER O. WOODWORTH. HAROLD RAYMOND WRIGHT. HARRY II WRIGHT, JAMES R. MARINE CORPS ANDERSON, JR., ALFRED C ARCHIBALD. SAMUEL J. CLAY, WALTER E. CORTES. ALFONSO R. DAVIS. ORIN D. DAWES. PAUL K. DAY. JR.. SCOTT FORSYTH. WESLEY W, FULLERTON. ROBERT B. HAMMOND. JAMES HARTMAN. W. L. HERSCHLER. EDGAR J. HICKMAN. JAMES O. HITE. GARTH E. HONSTEIN. LEROY H, INMAN, DONALD O. JAMES, WILFRED M. JONES, DUNBAR LANG, GEORGE E. LEWIS, ERNEST C, LINDBLAD. CARL J. LOCKER, JR., FRANK G. LUNDQUIST, WALLACE LUZMOOR, JR., WILLIAM J. McCORMICK, WILLIAM L. McGRATH, RICHARD L. MELNICK, WALTER MITCHELL, WILLIAM A. MUNRO. ROBERT J. MORRISON, LEONARD E. NEHRING. JR.. CHARLES A. NOURSE. JR.. WILLIAM PEPER. ROBERT K. PIERCE. JOHN A. PRICE. JR.. GEORGE E. PUTNAM. HOWARD E. QUIAT, HAROLD M, RAMSEY, ORA deB. RINN, JR.. MICHAEL M. RONEY, JOHN W. SHATTUCK, ROBERT A. SHENDELL, HARRY N. SPIVAK. DANIEL TAYLOR. WILMOT D. WEHRLI. WILLIAM B. WHITAKER, III, EDWARD A. WHITE. ROBERT J. WISEMAN, LYNN G. COAST GUARD CHAMBERS. EDWARD E. DREXEL, KATHRYN F. HIATT. THEODORE D. LIPNER, CARL J, H, MAIER, JOHN E. MEYRING, CLYDE I. RAMSEY, JR.. MARK S. REAUME. DONALD H. SHAW, JACK E. TINKER, LLOYD A, MARINE AIR CORPS BIGELOW, K. K. DAVIES. JOSEPH E. FLASCO, ANTHONY N. GIBB, RICHARD HANNON, REED R. MILLER, ARTHUR R. MAGODA. ROBERT SUPPLE. MILLARD E, TAYLOR. DONALD E. TROTSKY. MARTIN WUBBEN, HAZLETT H. MERCHANT MARINE BALKENBUST, JOHN J. LINKLETTER, CHARLES E. LOOPSTRA, JAMES SMITH. RALPH W. WIDMER, BEN C, PRISONERS OF WAR COLE, JR., ARTHUR V. CONARD, JOHN ALBERT WILLIAMS. FRANK E. DISCHARGED FROM THE ARMED FORCES CATTERMOLE. FRANKLYN P. DOWIS, JR., GRAYDON F, DOYLE, JOHN A. ELZI, GEORGE O. FINCH, ROBERT P. GRAUBERGER, EUGENE C, HENRY, JACK M. KILAR, EDWARD F. kikel, matthew j. laurence. jr., oakley b. McClelland, john h. peyton. john a. rutherford. thomas a. stokes, edward d. sukonick, bennet j. 10 ,0 mmi 7 " • ' v WM )k mwiM i vr 01= 11 %dMM lOSPtAK ,1 t t-il " -- " ' " s:2|£tS=T=iiun«««ai Oq« ttlfi. 3 f ' " " " : O " " •z " JSriu. •A- . THE TROUBLE tflTH CtlLISr TH] ' Idl f!ey.- LST Ult - ■ Vl U2Um " W« «d wrtib ' ' iat] «Bd boa t ililmi brim i 438 J7 M finri fl ■a» j " ■ F The effects of a total global war upon a university campus may appear, at first glance, to be almost negli- gible to the average citizen. However, the contrary is the case. The war has made profound and kaleidoscopic changes in campus life. The changes, while not acceptable to many, have served on the whole to raise the caliber of the college student. In this day and age the student rarely comes to college for four years of fun and frivolity. The cam- pus wags have been left by the wayside. The student today comes to realize, and train himself to cope with, the problems of living. The student has been thrown on his own resources more than ever before both mentally and socially. But the joy of college days has not in the least been impaired by present conditions. The student has accustomed himself to comparative regimentation, ra- tioning, and restrictions ... he has accepted and worked at the new scheme of things. 12 fg HfS ' ! " toy r ■ N feS: IN THIS NEWSTAPE ' J ; ERV 1CES or TH« , llRITU ■- . , WTOK WOKLD PHOTOS AND TW WgWS DAY AND M rcOAST at U jcVl Normal life is difficult to achieve under the tran- sient conditions of constant turnover of faculty, stu- dents, and personnel in general. The Navy invasion of such great magnitude, the constant leaving of students for the service, the furlough visits of old students — make it very hard to stick to the job at hand. To our mind the college student of today who realizes the worth of a mind that is trained, and who sticks to grasping the tools of learning as long as possible is aiding the future pros- pects of the war eifort. Nevertheless, however serious, the scholastic tone, the C. U. student has managed to maintain his ' joie de vivre ' . In spite of bond drives. Red Cross classes, and library grinding interspersed between them, he finds time for his gun. He has made use of his ingenuity, his feet, and campus facilities to make the social side of life extremely enjoyable. 13 WMtlwr SMHt U H. T i U at fio. r.f J ., e tunin g te |OpO U. S, PLANES RAHU Sharp OtORilOO fe SJilNt.-TON, ij. w:tDNi:St)AY. JASCABV 19, 1»« — HtKTV P.MiK-S ITISHOPEN NEW DRIVE IM ' ISTERN ITA »ieljS»» o G ' BsiiT S J: tR!ng The Spring of ' 43 was the last of the Mohicans . . . then came the greatest invasion since the Huns. On June 30th, 1943, the University of Colorado went nautical. The Navy moved in with everything but the ocean, and the civilian population slunk around ' yes, sirring ' every- one from the Captain to the bus boys in Wayne ' s. The school teachers and playboys moved to Boulder from the four corners for C. U. ' s notorious summer school and found concentrated larnin ' the order of the day. Life went frustratingly vice versa, women moved into the fraternity houses and the men moved six deep into the single rooms of the Women ' s Dorm. Sailors were squeezed into every nook and cranny in Boulder. Instead of swimming, the campus cuties displayed their nether limbs in the pattern of irrigation ditches on the Quadrangle. Boulder ' s one hot spot, the nautical hangout, the Anchorage, raised the temperature a degree or two when the Chi Psis moved next door and installed l-i r 2-aL!Sg ,?,w5|. ' . pm. xjggcu, , GOU « ' - -- J • ' AM ' ilization Fee -RSUC Poll ' [J 15 CLCoUsqsL at {ji)ah. a pipe in the basement beneath which the boys took turns lying to inhale the tabu amber brew . . . the library rocked on its foundations when viewing the never before believable fact of more than library personnel in it on summer afternoons . . . rushing went on and increased in intensity until sorority women went around with knives attached to their dirndls . . . and freshmen women found it hard to attend college with as many as ten coking dates a day . . . the Theta and the Pi Phi Seniors decided to make their sneaks a tradition instead of an occasion and the Anchorage and Bill got to know them well . . . Hitchhikers saw the dawn of a new day . . . Eldorado Springs saw an increase in business while the Dark Horse remained one . . . President Stearns joined the Army and went overseas and Dr. Gus admirably took over . . . the Waves were brought in by the tide and were eyed with speculation concerning women ' s ability with oriental languages . . . the letting of blood was instituted by the Blood Bank and man ' s fortitude proved less than that of the weaker sex. ' A % jniij T») QiHli rin Mn For An«r-Na J J t.- :■ k i r ' -;sir- ■ ' • " --x:.-« :-; -S ' J- ' f ' il •v- , . ' •,?.-■ ., " ' ■■:S}.- ' }i -7% ' :t::- •■, ' ' . ' ' _Vs, ' ■ •..V . ' i ' - ,■ ' ?. ' ■ " iV. ■ .: -,V; ' . .•.. ' .•:, ■.•. V- ' % • ;••■-; ' - ' -, " ■ ' .:] j I ' ' y ' -t- ' ' ' -•-;■• ;.• ■:. V ' . y- ' ; ' v; ' ' - ' . ' : ' -i " - ' i ' . " ' ' ;?,- ' ;- ' ■■ ' " - ' - - " ' V- ' •• ' . - ' ' , ■,■4 ■ ;• ■; • ..■■.■■■. ' ■■-.;.■-,-..;; " •:. 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The accomplishment of the remarkable results in the rapid expansion of Naval training activities since the attack on Pearl Harbor is due to the untiring efforts and resourcefulness of all the personnel of both the administration and faculty of the University and of the Naval units on this campus. However, these three men, in particular, have borne the major part of the responsibility for the realization of the present University-Navy synthesis. To Robert L. Stearns is due the credit for first offering the services of the University to the Navy and for his participation on the national board of five educators planning the first V-1 and V-7 college training programs. On his leaving for special services with the Army Air Forces overseas Acting President R. G. Gustavson succeeded him in the multiple task of administering a university under conditions imposed by war and in further integrating the needs of the Navy with the facilities of the University, which work he has carried on admirably. As commander of the Naval units on the campus Captain Frank H. Roberts has discharged his duties with the ease and efficiency of a veteran administrator and has made possible in no small part the high degree of coordination between the University of Colorado and the Navy. 35 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL The Executive Council, comprising the President of the University, the deans of the colleges, four members elected by the University Senate, and Captain Roberts, Commanding Officer of the Navy units on the campus, is the executive committee of the University Senate, working with that body in matters of student government. Added problems arising inevitably in war times have been met by them with admirable ability and resourcefulness. MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL R. G. GuSTAVsoN Acting President Dean P. G. Worcester " . Dean of Graduate School Dean Jacob Van Ek Dean of College of Arts and Sciences Dean Clarence L. Eckel Dean of Engineering School Dean M. D. Green Dean of Law School Professor D. W. CDay Professor of School of Pharmacy Professor A. C. Cross Professor of Extension Division Dean Harl R. Douglass _ Dean of Summer School Dean R. W. Dunham _ Dean of College of Music Dean Maurice H. Rees Dean of Medical School Dean Elmore Petersen Dean of School of Business Miss Lydia L. Brown Dean of Women Harry G. Carlson Dean of Men W. F. Dyde ,-... Dean of the University Captain F. H. Roberts Commanding Officer of Naval Units on Campus Professor Gordon Alexander Head of Biology Department Professor Irene P. McKeehan Professor of English Department Professor Carl W. Borgmann Head o f Chemical Engineering Professor Norman A. Parker Head of Mechanical Engineering ▼ Standing — Roberts, Dunham, Borgmann, O ' Day, Van Ek, Carlson, Worcester ▼ Sitting — Green, Brown, McKeehan, Gustavson, Eckel, Alexander, Dyde, Parker 36 BOARD OF REGENTS ▼ From left to right — Allen, Knowles, Brockway, Cole, Gustavson, Morris, Currigan MEMBERS Frank D. Allen Akron, Colorado Norman W. Baker Denver, Colorado E. Ray Campbell Denver, Colorado Dr. Lawrence W. Cole Boulder, Colorado Dr. Martin D. Currigan Denver, Colorado Robert R. Knowles Sterling, Colorado Elected for six-year terms at popular elections held every two years, the members of the Board of Regents occupy a position of vital impor- tance in the life of the University. In their hands the voters of the state of Colorado have placed the general, over-all responsibility for the man- agement of the University, which, in this time of war, has been greatly expanded by the establishment of the extensive Naval training program on this campus. To these men special recognition is in order for the services they have rendered to the citizens of this state and to the stu- dents of the University. 37 Wm. S. Bernard Lydia L. Brown Harry G. Carlson Studsint d gojUiA, • They Make C.U. Life More Enjoyable WM. S. BERNARD, Chairman of the Committee on Student Organizations and Social Life. Supervises and regulates the general social conduct of all social, professional, or honorary fraternities, clubs, and other organizations of the students . . . Places the official stamp of approval on newly-formed student organizations . . . Assistant Professor of Sociology, belongs to Pi Gamma Mu, national social science honorary and numerous national organizations pertaining to the fields of Immigrant Welfare, Assimilation, Family Relations, j Social Sciences . . . Trains social workers for the Home Service Corps of the American Red Cross, works with the Citizens for Victory. LYDIA L. BROWN, Dean of Women. All features of women ' s life at the University are under her general jurisdiction as: the welcoming and orientation program for Freshman women, the relation of housing and health to the whole scholarship program . . . Advisor to all major women ' s activities, in- cluding A.W.S., Panhellenic, Women ' s Club, Y.W.C.A. . . . Representative of the women students on all the large University Committees . . . On the War Service Board for the whole University . . . Instrumental in the organizing of the campus Red Cross chapter . . . Attended Northwestern, Vassar, Michigan, Wisconsin, four months at the Sorbonne in Paris . . . Dean since 1928. HARRY G. CARLSON, Dean of Men. Director of Athletics. Wide range of relations with students, his responsibilities not limited to one field . . . His office helps men students financially through initiation of recommendations of loans, has charge of employment, housing, and general discipline of all men students ... As Director of Athletics and particularly as coach of the baseball team he gets to know the boys more personally . . . Strangely enough his favorite sports are trout and fly fishing, and golf. JOSEPH W. COHEN, Chairman of the Honors Committee. Through his close connections with honor students in interviewing and assigning them to honor groups and projects, plays a significant role in directing student research into special fields and toward relating all fields of knowledge . . . Brilliant, dynamic . . . active in his own right in the examination of problems regarding the war as Chairman of the Committee on Culture in the World Crisis course, participant in the Regional conference on the humanities, co-ordinator of a committee on current problems . . . Founder of the Oxford Essay Club, author of Jews in the Gentile World. ERIC N. RACKHAM, Director of Admissions. His relations with the students of the University start before they ever come to Boulder; in the directing of the high school visitation program in Colorado . . . On campus his office has charge of students ' records, of their tests, and of counselling, in addition to which he is chairman of the committee in charge of residence of students, and of the under- graduate scholarship committee . . . Comes in contact with students also as the faculty sponsor of the Viking Club, and of Alpha Phi Omega, the Boy Scout service committee . . . At present is pinch-hitting in the engineering school due to a shortage of teachers . . . Graduated from Mt. Allison University, at Toronto, Canada, with a B.A. degree. Joseph W. Cohen Eric N. Rackham 38 JOHN B. SCHOOLLAND, Coordinator of Personnel Activities. Basic aim is the personalization of education, through the establishment of better student-faculty relation, and the advising of students in finding the field of their interests and aptitudes . . . Heads the counseling program for Registration . . . Available throughout the year for vocational guidance and friendly advice . . . Associate Professor in the Psy- chology Department . . . Conducts classes in Denver under the E.S.M.W.T. program . . . Ph.D. from Duke University, special diploma from Columbia as Teacher of Education. MISS LILLIAN SMERCHECK, Secretary to the Dean of Arts and Sciences. Of all the persons connected with the administration of the rules of the college of Arts and Sciences Miss Smercheclc is the most well-known (excluding Dean Van Ek) by the students . . . Her contact follows each A. S. student throughout his college career . . . Her remarkable memory for people is somewhat explained by her personal interest in the great number of students who come into her office . . . Hobbies in gardening . . . Graduated from C.LJ. with a major in German. THERESE STENGEL, Assistant Professor of Germanic Languages. Her name is synonymous with a multiplicity of student activities . . . First Faculty Sponsor of the campus Red Cross unit recently organized . . . Faculty Advisor to Associated Women Students, University Women ' s Club, Sponsor of many other groups ... In addi- tion, her University and Community interests comprise: Transfer Counselor; Vice-Chair- man, Film Committee; President, A.A.U.W.; Secretary, Russian War Relief . . . Speaks five or six languages, is now learning Japanese and Malay . . . Loves out-door sports, open road tours, dislikes red hair and policemen. EUGENE WILSON, Director of Libraries. Although his contact with the students is rather indirect the function of his office is of vital importance to both the students and the faculty, inasmuch as the Library is the heart of a University — the source of life-giving information for all its parts . . . His particular job is to develop the library resources of the University, and to co-ordinate the work of the staff, through which the needs of the students are served. JAMES J. YEAGER, Coach of the Football Team. His friendly sense of humour, his personal interest in each one of his " boys, " his courteous manner toward all, his true sportsmanship have earned him the respect and the title of " Gentleman Jim " and liking of all — from his football players and fans to towns- people and opposing teams . . . Has produced outstanding teams for C.U. both in victories won and in fighting spirit . . . Entered into active service with the Navy in January with the rank of Lt. j.g. John B. Schoolland Miss Lillian Smercheck James J. Yeager Eugene Wilson Therese Stengel 39 Milton Grhkn Herbert S. Evans (DapcudmsmL (DsanA, • Help Majors Plan Curriculum MILTON GREEN, Dean of the Law School. Has been here since the fall of 1940 . . . Received his J.D. degree from the University of Michigan in 1926, his L.L.M. from Columbia in 1938 . . . Contributes time and legal experience serving as one of the Compliance Commissioners for the W.P.B. of the ninth district, as a Public Panel member of the War Labor Board of the ninth district, and on the Colorado Board of Legal Examiners under the Federal Civil Service. HERBERT S. EVANS, Dean of the College of Engineering. After having been at C.LJ. since 1905, retired from the Deanship in late 1943 . . . Takes great pride in the book he received at this time, containing some 600 testimonials from graduates whom he had taught . . . His war activities have lain within the Engine School, in the form of: government research work, classes, E.S.M.W.T. program. Naval R.O.T.C., Radio School, Ground School for Navy pre-flight, and V-12 units. ROWLAND W. DUNHAM, Dean of the College of Music. Master of the organ, has made the organ music background as much a part of the convocations as the speakers . . . Studied under Charles Marie Widar in Paris, at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston, and at Lynnwood Farnum in New York City . . . Holds position as associate editor of American Organists, membership in the Fellow of American Guild of Organists, and Phi Mu Alpha . . . Came to the University in 1927 . . . Is a loyal baseball fan. HARL R. DOUGLASS, Director of the College of Education. Head of the Department of Psychology. Author of books valuable in the educational field. Modern Methods of High School Teaching and The Douglass Standard Diagnostic Algebra Tests ... A member of the American Education Research Program and of Phi Delta Kappa ... At present serving as a public member of the War Labor Board . . . Placed on the University Faculty in 1940 . . . Received his Ph.D. degree from Leland Stanford University ... Is a square-dancing devotee. RALPH L. CROSMAN, Director of the College of Journalism. Co-author with Wm. R. Arthus of The Law of Newspapers, began working on news- papers at the age of fourteen, soon acquired ten years of practical service on various sheets . . . Past president of the American Association of Teachers of Journalism . . . likes Uni- versity students, bull sessions, student publications, musical comedy movies, cigarettes, cokes, the Navy . . . and golf, quote — the greatest game ever invented by man — unquote . . Air Raid Warden, leader in the Red Cross campaign on campus, County Chairman ol the United War Chest. Rowland W. Dunham Harl R. Douglass Ralph L. Crosman 40 HENRIETTA M. ADAMS-LOUGHRAN, Director of the School of Nursing, Boulder and Denver Dirisions. Loaned by the University of Washington, where she received her M.S. and R.N. degrees, to C.U. in 1941 ... Is proud of the fact that the School of Nursing has grown ten-fold, from about forty, to approximately four hundred . . . which includes students from 25 states and Hawaii ... In collaboration with others has written recently. Principles dnd Practice of Ward Teaching . . . Enjoys outdoor sports, frowns upon student cuts. ELMORE PETERSEN, Dean of the Business School. Two recent books he has written are: Business Organization and Management, by Petersen and Plowman, and A Market Analysis of the Denver Wholesale Trade Territory, by Petersen . . . Professor of Marketing . . . Also kept busy by being Chairman of the War Services Committee of the Civilian Defense Council . . . Still finds time for his favorite hobby — art, including pen and ink drawings, watercolors, especially likes to draw and illustrate coats of arms . . . His length of service at the University of Colorado, twenty- nine years. MAURICE H. REES, Dean of School of Medicine. Assumes important wartime responsibilities as Advisor to the V-12 Program of the 12th Naval District and to the A.S.T. (Army Specialized Training) of the 7th Service Command ... A member of the University faculty for 23 years . . . Received his Ph.D. in 1919 from the University of Chicago, his M.D. from Washington University in 1921 . . . Member of Sigma Xi, Alpha Omega Alpha . . . Ardent angler and Victory gardener. JACOB VAN EK, Dean of College of Arts and Sciences. Professor of Political Science . . . Member of various wartime committees and in demand for the enlightening public speeches he has made on the aspects of the war . . . Authority in analyzing current political events (but don ' t quote him. Freshmen) . . . Active in the preparation and sponsoring of the radio series, History in the Making . . . His alma mater is Iowa University. DEAN P. G. WORCESTER, Acting Dean of the Graduate School, Head of the De- partment of Geology. Noted as the author of numerous books and scientific articles . . . Fellow of the Geological Society of America, and of the American Association for the Advancement of Science . . . Past President of the local chapters of Phi Beta Kappa and of Sigma Xi . . . Was a member of the Boulder Board of Education when the new high school building was planned and constructed . . . Took his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago after securing a B.A. and a M.A. degree from the University of Colorado, where he has been since 1906 . . . Also applies his scientific ability to the fields of golf and trout fishing. Henrietta M. Adams-Loughran Elmore Petersen P. G. Worcester Jacob Van Ek Maurice H. Rees 41 Stuart Cuthbertson Pau l M. Dean C. C. Eckhardt (DupcudmsunLdisijadA, • Guiding LIghi ' S STUART CUTHBERTSON, Head of Department of Romance Languages. Well known for the many verb wheels he has written, he and Dr. Warner having just recently completed one in Portuguese . . . Has occupied his present position as head of the Department here since 1939 ... A member of Phi Sigma Iota and Sigma Delta Pi . . . Received his M.A. degree here, his Ph.D. from Leland Stanford . . . Takes an active interest in adult education, is director of the Public Information Program . . . Talented in composing music, writing poetry. PAUL M. DEAN, Head of the Department of Chemistry. Since the outbreak of the war he has capably done work in gas warfare for the Office of Civilian Defense ... It was after the first World War, in 1924, that he went to France and did research work with the College de France for two years . . . Holds B.A. and M.A. degrees from the University of Colorado and a Ph.D. degree from the University of Illinois, and has written papers published in the Journal of the American Chemical Society. C. C. ECKHARDT, Head of the Department of History. Remembered by all his students, from freshmen to graduate students for his kindness and friendliness . . . Well-known to freshmen, especially for his lectures in M.E. . . . Work- ing on the committee planning the Institute for Asia to be established this summer . . . Has been at the University for 28 years, excepting the year (1933-34) during which he did research work at Munich. AUBREY J. KEMPNER, Head of the Mathematics Department. Brilliant mathematician and author of papers published in mathematical journals . . . A faculty member of the University of Colorado since 1925 . . . Studied at a German University. CLAY P. MALICK, Chairman of the Department of Economics, Political Science, Sociology, and Anthropology. Published pertinent monograph on Labor Policy under Democracy in 1939 ... At present following the same line with practical application is serving as a Mediator for the War Labor Board . . . Taught here eight years, was made a Professor in 1943 . . . Took his Doctor ' s degree at Harvard University, 1936 . . . Dabbles with paints, plays the violin during his spare time. Aubrey J. Kempner Clay P. Malick 42 WILLIAM B. PIETENPOL, Head of the Physics Department. At present in addition to regular duties he is engaged in government research and war activities work within the physics department . . . Received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Wisconsin . . . Has been at C.LJ. since 1920 ... In recent years has published a Laboratory manual of General Physics, and an outline of general physics, both under joint authorship. GEORGE F. REYNOLDS, Head of the Department of English. Noted author and scholar in the field of English Literature with the gift of inspiring students with his contagious enthusiasm for the great works of literature . . . Written such well-known books as Facts and Background of Literature, English Literature in Fact and Story, and Staging of Elizabethan Plays . . . Attracting special attention now is his Freedom Speaks, sponsored by the College English Association, to which the royalties were given to be put in the publicity fund for war services use, is being widely read and appreciated by men in the services, both in the States and over-seas. MURIEL V. SIBELL, Head of the Department of Fine Arts. Well-known for her pictorial sketches of Colorado ghost towns and for her unusual and extensive collection of Southwest Indian art, especially the Katchina dolls which adorn her office and home . . . Received her training at the New York School of Fine and Applied Arts . . . her B.A. degree from New York University . . . her M.A. from the University of Colorado, where she has taught since 1926. ANNA W. WILLIAMS, Head of the Department of Home Economics. Retiring at the end of 1943, Miss Williams has held a position in the Home Economics Department since 1920 . . . Serves as a member of the executive board of the State Nutri- tion Council . . . Has contributed no little to Red Cross as instructor of Nutrition Classes . . . Acquired her B.A. and M.A. degrees at the University of Illinois. WALTER B. VEAZIE, Head of the Department of Philosophy. Erudite in many fields of the arts and sciences . . . Eccentric . . . Has studied abroad, travelled extensively, hob-nobbed with eminent philosophers . . . On the University faculty since 1923 . . . Received both his B.A. and Ph.L). degrees from the University of Columbia. William B. Pietenpol George F. Reynolds Walter B. Veazie Anna W. Williams Muriel V. Sibell 43 NAVY (Mminhihaiion, CAPTAIN ROBERTS— A graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapo- lis, Maryland — is Senior Officer Present of all Navy Units on the University of Colorado campus, Commanding Officer of the Navy V-12, and Command- ing Officer of the V-12 Medical School in Denver. He was transferred to Boulder from the Naval Torpedo Station at Newport, Rhode Island on February 22, 1943. Captain Roberts COMMANDER HOOVER— Chief Staff Officer of all Units on the campus, and Executive Officer of the Reserve Officer ' s Training Corps, came to Boulder from New York, where he served as an instructor in the Naval Reserve Midshipmen School. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland. LT. CONOVER— Officer in Charge of Naval Training School of the Japanese Language obtained his master ' s degree from Gettysburg College, Pennsylvania. He arrived in Boulder in February, 1943, from New York City where he was an instructor in the Naval Training (Indoctrination) School. Lt. Conover LT. V. J. MOORE— Came to Boulder in April, 1942, as Lt. Commander of the U. S. Navy Radio School. He is a graduate of the U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. 44 Lt. Winn LT. WINN— Officer in Charge of the Navy V-12 Unit, is a graduate of Pomona College and obtained his Doctor of Philosophy degree from Harvard. Before he entered the U. S. Navy he was Superin- tendent of Schools in Pomona. LT. G. R. WATKINS— Became Resident Naval Officer of the V-5 unit on the C.U. campus in September of 1943. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of California. CAPTAIN D. E. HUDDLESON— Officer in Charge of the Marine Detachment, arrived at the University of Colorado around the first of February of this year. Captain Huddleson was graduated from Stanford University in 1940 and entered the Marine Corps shortly after- wards. LT. JUNIOR GRADE RE- BECCA SMITH of the Waves, on leave as head of the English Department of Texas Christian University, is serving as Senior Assistant to Officer in Charge of the Naval Training School of Japanese Language for the duration of the war. Graduated from the University of Kentucky with a B.A. de- gree she obtained a M.A. de- gree from Columbia University and a Ph.D. from the Univer- sity of Chicago. 45 Lt. (jg) Rebecca Smith CLASSES 46 sidL OLdJtmcpAhksid, PHI BETA KAPPA eK FACULTY MEMBERS INCLUDING MEMBERS IN THE n ' GRADUATE SCHOOL Dale Griffin Dale Atkins George Reynolds J James Barber Stewart Harvey Edna Reynolds Frederick Bramhall Warner Herz Edna Romig James W. Broxon Fritz L. Hoffmann Paul Schroeder Hope Bruner Alice Holubar Jean Scogin Eric Conn Frances Jamison Marylou Siegfried Roy Alan Cox Claribel Kendall Marion Sharrah Ward Darley Hugh Kingery Robert L. Stearns Jane Donnen Doris H. Latharop Betty Stocks Carda Donovan Leonard Leh Frederick Storke William T. Edmundson Leslie L. Lewis Frances Stribic Carl C. Eckhardt Pauline Marshall Ida Swayne Angeline Figley RoLLiN McCombs Earl Swisher Albert Ford Irene McKeehan Jimmie Tagnchi Katheryn Freed Charles H. Norris Harrison S. Thomson Percy S. Fritz Dorothy Ogilvy Mable Van Duzee Benjamin Galland Jack Ogilvy Edward J. West F. E. E. Germann Joseph Reddick Marjorie Wheldon Colin Goodykoontz Marjorie Reyburn Francis Wolle Milton Green Philip Worcester PHI BETA KAPPA MEMBERS ELECTED SPRING ' 43 Dale Atkins Sarah (Sally) Ann Barber Robert G. Barngrover Lucille Becker Ida Joyce B. Erardi Doris Ellen Blackburn Mary Jane Brady Mary Elizabeth Bush Eleanor R. Cohan Robert Lyle Dressler Gilbert C. Ford Harry Edward Groves Stewart Clyde Harvey Werner Herz Marshall G. S. Hodgson WiLLARD G. Jaeger Prof. Horace Jones Catherine N. Kell Anna Ruth Sopatin Louise M. Lyman Jean E. Malernee Lester Richard Nagel Marilyn E. Oldland William John Pietenpol Martha Quigley John Richardson John Marshall Sayne Richard Dana Shakeshaft Marion L. Sharrah Mary Lou Siegfried Paul Trevithic Mary Elizabeth Variel MEMBERS ELECTED IN AUGUST ' 43 James Wilford Barber Kathryn Louise Freed Eric Edward Conn Mitchell Burns Rider Jean Anne Scogin 48 diuS kolaAiu TAU BETA PI CHAPTER OFFICERS Warren D. Tilton, Jr. President Jack B. Pohlenz Vice-President Thomas R. Vick Roy Corresponding Secretary Albert J. Bradt Recording Secretary Prof. W. S. Beattie Treasurer Prof. A. J. McNair Cataloguer O Frank Bobrick Everett C. Bristol John R. Chassel John B. Cladis David S. Colburn Shelby C. Cooke, Jr. William L. Davis Willie Fong Paul Greebler HUGHARD W. HiGHT Ramon R. Hood CHAPTER MEMBERS Charles A. Hutchinson, Jr. Steven B. Jackson Herbert E. Johnson, III Jack Kabell Russell L. Kenney Charles R. Klingler E. Bernard Klunker Phillip W. Kocontes Edward Krupotich Alfred T. Look Harold J. McKeever Mahlon H. Norton Alvin J. Pearson Carl J. Pinamont Robert G. Rockwell Joseph A. Scanlan Paul E. Stoft Douglas G. Trego Franz B. Tuteur John C. Twombly William F. Utlaut Richard A. Wood ADVISORY BOARD Prof. F. A. Eastom, Chairman Prof. W. F. Mallory Prof. H. B. Palmer Prof. L. C. Snively FACULTY MEMBERS Dean C. L. Eckel Prof. F. S. Bauer Prof. W. S. Beattie Prof. C. W. Borgmann Prof. W. F. Brubaker Mr. D. M. Carlson Prof. W. C. DuVall Prof. R. L. Downing Prof. F. A. Eastom Prof. W. L. Hull Prof. C. A. Hutchinson Mr. Leroy Holubar Prof. W. F. Mallory Prof. A. J. McNair Prof. W. K. Nelson Prof. H. B. Palmer Prof. N. A. Parker Prof. Warren Raeder Prof. L. C. Snively Mr. Platt Wicks 49 WjojJxVl Soa uL Mary Lou Barker Betty Cunninghan HONORARY SENIOR WOMEN Jane Morgan President Mary Louise Barker V ice-President Kathryn Peabody ..- Secretary of Alumni Betty Cunningham Treasurer Alice Nelson , Social Chairman Anne Nowell Secretary Kay Freed Historian Elaine Blomgren Editor FACULTY ADVISORS Mable C. Kanouse Dorothy Martin Lydia Brown Claribel Kendall Dorothy Martin Katherine M. Russell Therese Stengel FACULTY MEMBERS Irene McKeehan Katherine Russell Therese Stengel Frances Stribic Kay Freed wmmmmmmmmm Jane Morgan Alice Nelson Anne Nowell Katy Peabody 50 HONORS HONORS STUDENTS The threefold purpose of the ho nors system is to pro- vide interested students with the opportunity for independ- ent study, integration of study in different fields, and special direction and advice by members of the faculty. Either inde- pendent projects or class projects are undertaken by each honor student, who must have a grade average above a 2. to qualify. Examinations are now given every semester for both departmental and combined honors. HONORS AWARDS IN FEBRUARY. 1944 MAGNA CUM LAUDE _ Departmental and General Honors Rosalie Wertheimer (English Literature) CUM LAUDE Departmental and General Honors Herbert P. Broida (Physics) Anne Meredith Garlan (Sociology) Eric E. Conn (Chemistry) Nona Niethammer (English Literature) Marjorie Zeiger (Chemistry) CUM LAUDE ...._ Departmental Marcia L. King (French) Evelyn D. Owens (Psychology) Jack H. Perlmutter (Economics) Mathilda Broida Faye Byron Burman Thelma Carder George Louis Creamer Alberta Dedera Margaret Detweiler Shirley Dittman Virginia L. Donovan Patricia Ducy Louis J. Duman Nancy Embree Edwin Robert Fishburn Elizabeth Fox J. A. Gallagher Ruth Gillespie H. Alan Goldstein Dwain D. Hagerman Florence Hart Virginia Hastings Shirley Louise Hopkinson Jacqueline Hughes HONORS CANDIDATES Julia Israel Mary Lou Johnston Robert Katzman Betty Keeran Sara Keith Marjorie Kincaide Lawrence Knight Frances Kracha Joy L. Leth Evelyn Lunn W. LuciLE Marshall Gerald Melvin Miller Charlene Millikan Margaret Mitchell Nadine Olmstead Irene P. Olson Floyd Pandell Celeste Parr Rose Pecoraro Leonard Michael Perlmutter Marian Peterson Thomas A. Peterson Donald Ramstetter Elizabeth Rich Helen Rominger Howard Rupp Mary Lou Rutledge Claribel Saunders George E. Scott Flora Jane Stein Nona Ruth Stodart Donald E. Stout Ethel Joan Stout William Boyd Summers Joan Tallman Robert A. Thomas Lairola Vencil Lenore Westerman Rose Wiesman Betty Woelbing 51 ABEL, MARGARET Pueblo, Colo. Pi Beta Phi, Intramurals, Players Club, AWS Vaudeville, YWCA, The Messiah. ANDERSON, ANNETTE Hiker ' s Club. ARNOLD, JOSEPHINE El Dorado, Katis. Canon City, Colo. Oklahoma City, Okla. BACHMAN, EDITH Denver, Colo. Alpha Phi, Orchcsis, Red Cross, YWCA, UWC, Coloradan, CU Days, WAA. ' 44 BAILEY, JEAN CLAIRE BALL, JESSIE MAY Buffalo, Wyo. Oneida, Kans. BARKER, MARY LOUISE Denver, Colo. Delta Delta Delta, Spur, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Iota Sigma Pi, AWS, Senate, House of Representatives, AWS President, ASUC Commission, WAA Board, YWCA Cabinet, Pres. McKenna Hall, Miss C.U., Who ' s Who. BARRETT, MAXINE Greenland, Colo. Spur, UWC, Blotter, Ticker Tape, Sec. Business School, Beta Sigma, Sec, Bard Reeves, Business School Board. BARRY, RUSSELL D. Portland, Ore. Phi Sigma Kappa, Intramurals. BASHFORD, RONALD L. Band. BEATTY, IRENE UWC. Wray, Colo. Springfield, Colo. BENNETT, BARBARA ' Memphis. Tenn. Kappa Kappa Gamma, YWCA, Intramurals, Song Fest, Little Theatre Stage Crew, AWS Vaudeville, Senate Activities Com., WAA. BENNETT, ELIZABETH L. Delta Gamma. BENSON, CATHERINE Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Chi Delta. Denver, Colo. Stillwater, Okla. BERRY, KAY L. Denver, Colo. Alpha Chi Sigma, Viking Club, V. Pres., AIChE, V.12. BERQUIST, JEAN Oshcosh, Nebr BICKFORD, JONATHAN MORTON Denver. Colo Delta Sigma Phi, Pres., Sigma Tau, Alpha Chi Sigma, Phi Epsilor Phi, Assoc, Sigma Pi Sigma, Colo. Eng. Staff, AIChE, Band, Intra murals. Homecoming Commission. BLAINE, ROBERT J. Molalla, Oregon Eta Kappa Nu, Delta Sigma Phi, Varsity Track. BLOMGREN, ELAINE Denver. Colo. Freshman Prom, Delta Gamma, V. Pres., Spur, Hesperia, Mortar Board, ASUC Commission, Coloradan, Assoc. Editor; Dodo, Assoc. Editor; WAA Treasurer, CU Days Chairman, RC Com., Navy Days Com. Chairman, Homecoming Committee Chairman, Pacesetter 2 years. Chapel Com., Intramurals, YWCA Cabinet, Porpoise, Who ' s Who, AWS Vaudeville, Song Fest. BOBRICK, FRANK Denver, Colo. Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Pi Tau Sigma, ASME, Phi Epsilon Phi. ' 44 BORMAN, ARTHUR P. Denver, Colo. Acacia, Treas., Homecoming Com., AIEE, IRE, Intramurals, Engine Ball Com. BOULLS, BERTHA Jennings, Kans. Alpha Delta Pi, Marching Band, Concert Band, Sigma Alpha Iota, Kappa Phi, Psi Kappa Psi. BRACKENBURY, BARBARA Ft. Collins, Colo. Pi Beta Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, Intramurals, Rhythm Circus, AWS, WAA, Porpoise, Coloradoan, AWS Vaudeville, Messiah. BRODT, ALBERT JOHNSON Greeley, Colo. Tau Beta Pi, Sec, Eta Kappa Nu, Treas., Pi Mu Epsilon, V. Pres., Hiking Club, Pres., AIEE. BRIGGS, SHIRLEY ELIZABETH Boulder, Colo. Alpha Omicron Pi, Silver Gold Fashion Editor, Managing Editor of Dodo, YWCA, Sec. Recreational Group, UWC, Student War Council. Denver, Colo. BRINKER, MORRISON W. Phi Delta Chi, Sec, Intramurals. BRISTOL, EVERETTE CLYDE Steamboat Springs. Colo Viking Club, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Quarter Deck Club, Sec, Phi Epsilon Phi, Pistol Team, Dance Commission, Intramurals, AIEE, IRE, NROTC. BUCK, BLANCHE Denver, Colo. Alpha Phi, Song Fest, AWS Vaudeville, Choir, Messiah, YWCA, Intramurals, Rhythm Circus. CAMPBELL, ELIZABETH UWC. Boulder, Colo. fARLSON, SUZANNE Oswego, III. |i Beta Phi, Porpoise, WAA Board, Intramurals, Coloradan, Business Vhool Board, Beta Sigma, UWC. CARSON, ROBERTA CHANCE, LOIS LOUISE Rhythm Circus, UWC, Triad, Pueblo Junior College. CHRISTENSEN, MARY ELLEN Neligh, Nebr. UWC, Triad, Porpoise, Barb Reeves, Beta Sigma, Blotter, Orchesis, Pres. CHRISTENSEN, RAYMOND T. Sec Social Committee, AIEE, IRE. Rock, Colo. CLADIS, JOHN BAROS Denver, Colo. Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Phi Kappa Tau, Pres., Dodo, AIChE, Phi Epsilon Phi, Colo. Eng. Assist, in Physics. 53 Denver, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. COCHRAN, NORBERT S. Fort Morgan, Colorado Phi Kappa Tau. COLBURN, WANDA Drake, Colorado Dormitory House President, Secretary of House Presidents, Porpoise, Pres., Orchesis, Spur, Delta Phi Delta, Rhythm Circus, AWS Vaude- ville, AWS Loan Fund Com., Student War Council, WAA, Univer- sity Choir, Red Cross Executive Council, YWCA, Dormitory Formal Com., Song Fest, AWS House of Representatives, Intramurals. COMBS, CAROLINE JANE , _ Calhati, Colorado Engineering, ASChE, Trcas., Westminster Foundation. CONN, ERIC EDWARD Demer. Colorado Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Chi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Delta Phi Alpha, Chemistry assist.. Phi Epsilon Phi. Lotig Beach, California ' 44 Bentiett. Colorado Kersey, Colorado CONVERSE, ARTHUR ASME, Student Religious Council. CROSS, WARREN D. AIEE, IRE, Colo. Eng., Wesley Foundation. CUNNINGHAM, BETTY LOUISE Denrer. Colorado Kappa Kappa Gamma, Treas., Spur, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Sopho- more Prom Decorations Chairman, Coloradan, Who ' s Who, Rhythm Circus, board; CU Days Song Fest, chairman. Kappa Alpha Theta, Silver and Gold, YWCA. Chicago, Illinois DEAM, RICHARD ALAN Joliet. Illinois Sigma Chi, Freshmen and Varsity Tennis, Intramurals, Engine Ball Com., ASCE, USMCR. DEAN, MARSHALL EUGENE Pi Kappa Alpha, Sec, Pres., Pi Gamma Mu, Las Animas, Colorado V-Pres., Chapel Com. De BEUKELAER, FRANCES Chicago. Illinois Alpha Phi, Coloradan Business Manager, Porpoise, Equestrian Club, Intramurals, YWCA, Women ' s Club, CU Days, Red Cross. DELANEY, MARY EDITH Valkyrie, V-Pres., Kappa Phi, Wesley Foundation. Glenwood Springs, Colorado Barb Reeves, Choir, Women ' s Club, DENHAM, PHILIP ROY Aurora. Colorado Westminster Foundation, ASME, Pi Mu Epsilon, Sigma Pi Sigma, Cosmopolitan Club. DICK, DOROTHY LORRAINE Walsenburg, Colorado Delta Delta Delta, First Aid, Home Nursing, Women ' s Club, YWCA, Stephens Club. DIDRICKSON, NORINE MARDELL DOAR, TOM Beta Theta Pi, ROTC. CLARK, JOHN EARNEST Marines, Delta Chi, Kappa Mu Epsilon. Montrose, Colorado Nev Richmond, Wisconsin Dallas, Texas DUMM. JAMES BYRON Denyer.Colo. Colo. Eng., Sumalia, Pres., Window, ASUC Commission, Phi Gamma Delta, Pres., Inter-Fraternity Council, Scimitar, Sec.-Treas. DYKSTRA, PHILLIP Denyer.Colo. Sigma Chi, Pres., Rhythm Circus, V-Pres. and acting Sec. of Inter- Fraternity Council, News Editor Colo. Eng., Intramurals, Homecoming Day Decorations Committee, Chairman Decorations Committee Eng. Ball, AIEE. EDENS, GEORGE Jacksonville, Oregon ' 44 EHRENKROOK, DOROTHY MARIE Boulder. Colo. uwc. ENDERUD, BONNIE V. Rock.Colo. Pres. Tri Sigma Gamma, Concert Band, UWC. FALKENBERG, JANET Mission, Kans. Delta Delta Delta, Coloradan Staff, Freshman Commission Leader of YWCA, French Club, Intramurals, Window Staff, Student War Council. FENTON, ELIZABETH Boulder. Colo. Alpha Phi, Secretary CS Organization, Porpoise, Choir, Equestrian Club, Intramurals. FIELDS, RAYMOND H. Viking Club, ASME. Barb Reeve, Colo. Eng., V-12. Longmont, Colo. F " 1 « n F 1 1. ' m w FONDA, JULIA Longmont, Colo Choir, UWC, Pres. Cosmopolitan Club, CU Days. FONG, WILLIAM Lyon. Colo. Jr. Am. Pharmaceutical Assoc., Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, AIChE. FOSTER, MARY JOANN UWC, Dialectica. FOX, BETTY Colorado Springs, Colo. El Paso, Texas FREZIERES, GRANT E. Colorado Springs, Colo. V-12, Phi Delta Theta, Track, Basketball, Football, Baseball. FRIEDMAN, LESLIE Denrer, Colo. Dialectica, Equestrian Club, Debate. FULTON, W. JOSEF Estes Park, Colo. Little Theater, Players Club, Window, Rhythm Circus. GALANTIERE, HARRIETTE Denver. Colo. Pres. and Mgr. Varsity Club, UWC, House of Representatives, Women ' s Essay Club. GARST, WARREN EDWARD Douglas. Wyo. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, V-Pres., Coloradan, Intramurals, Track, Eques- trian Club, ASME. DUDLEY, MARJORIE MEAD Amarillo. Texas Ch. Omega, UWC, YWCA, Coloradan Editorial Staff, Transfer-Ward- Belmont. 55 U ;-0 Sheridan, Wyo. Newdale, Idaho GIBONEY, BONNIE PICKELL GRAHAM, LELAND Pi Kappa Alpha, Marine. GREEBLER, PAUL De,iyer,Colo. Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Chem. -Physics Journal Club, AIEE, Asst. Instructor Physics, Colo. Eng., Freshman and Varsity Tennis. GRIFFITH, ELIZABETH Wichita, Kans. Dorm Council, Barb Reeves, Tri Sigma Epsilon, Ski Club, WAA. HARLAN, ANNE MEREDITH Trinidad, Colo. Alpha Omicron Pi, Pres., Sec, Spur, Pi Gamma Mu, WAA, Fresh- man Counselor, Forensics, Coloradan, Dodo, Honors Candidate. ' 44 HASSINGER, JEAN Las Animas, Colo. Alpha Chi Omega, Kappa Phi, UWC, Dodo, Wesley Foundation, YWCA, Red Cross Staff Assistant, Coloradan. HASTINGS, VIRGINIA Grant, Nebr. Alpha Chi Omega, Sigma Alpha Iota, V-Pres., Choir, Madrigal Choir, Rhythm Circus, UWC, Coloradan, Window, Ch. Victory Dinner, War Council, AWS Vaudeville. HAYS, RAYMOND Boulder, Colo. Phi Delta Theta, Intramurals, Knots and Fathoms, NROTC, Song Fest, Football, Softball. HEIDT, HERMAN Viking Club, ASME Treas., Intramurals, V-12. Ordway, Colo. HEIM, JERALDINE Wichita, Kans. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Activity Ch., Delta Phi Delta, Hist., YWCA, AWS, Vaudeville, Rhythm Circus, Song Fest. HENSON, WARREN RAY Boulder, Colo. Phi Delta Theta, Song Fest, Rhythm Circus, Intramurals, Baseball, Football, NROTC. HEUBUER, JANE Estes Park, Colo. HICKEY, MARGERY J. Denyer, Colo. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Rush Ch., AWS Vaudeville, WAA, Intra- murals, Song Fest, Coloradan, YWCA, Rhythm Circus, CU Days Committee. Canon City, Colo. HINMAN, MARIELLA Kappa Phi, Window. HITT, MARY ALICE Longmoni, Colo. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Dorm Soc. Ch., Spur, Hesperia, YWCA, Head of Freshman Commissions, Coloradan, Sub Editor, Iota Sigma Pi, V-Pres., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Song Fest, AWS Vaudeville, AWS Activities Comm. HITTLE, EVART F. Wesley Foundation, Hiking Club, Intramurals. HOCHBAUM, GERTRUDE Delta Gamma, Sec, Coloradan, Intramurals, WAA. Harln , Colo, Washington, D. C. GEIGER, JOHN WILBUR, JR. Denver, Colo. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tennis, Scimitar, Coloradan, Colo. Eng., CU Days Com., Bus. Mgr., Little Theater, Honor Roll Comm., Defense Council. B6 HOPFINGER, ADELE LeadyiUe,Colo. Alpha Chi Omega, Spur, AWS Senate, Rhythm Circus, director, Little Theater, Varsity Debate, Sec. House of Representatives, Dialectica, Pres., Silver and Gold, Coloradan, CU Days Publicity, War Council, Miss Cooperation. HORWITZ, ROBERT Denver, Colo. Players Club, IRE, Viking Club, Little Theater, Colo. Engineer. HUBBARD, RALPH B., JR. Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Tau. Denver, Colo. ' 44 HUGHES, JACQUELINE Council Bluffs, Iowa Pi Beta Phi, Phi Sigma Iota, Intramurals, YWCA, Red Cross. HUTH, WARREN R. AIEE, IRE. Boulder, Colo. IRELAND, EDITH ALICE Denver, Colo. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Spur, YWCA, House of Representatives, Junior Panhellenic, Panhellenic, AWS Vaudeville, Rhythm Circus, WAA, Board, Pres. Business School, Beta Sigma, Business School Board of Directors, Editor Blotter, Co-editor Ticker Tape. ISEMINGER, LUCILE Grand Junction, Colo. Beta Sigma, Transfer from Mesa College, Phi Theta Kappa. JAMISON, HELEN Boulder, Colo. JAMISON, WILBURT C. Helena, Mont. V-Pres. ASUC, Dance Commissioner, ISA Dance Manager, Viking Club, Cosmopolitan Club, AIChE, Ch. Eng. Ball. JOHNSON, CHARLOTTE Gunniso • JOHNSON, HURBERT JONES, CAROL JOY CABELL, JACK " lEE, IRE, HKN, NROTC. Denver, Colo. Greeley, Colo. Boulder, Colo. KILLEY, BARBARA Western Springs, III. Alpha Phi, YWCA, Red Cross, Silver and Gold, Intramurals, War Council, UWC. KISSICH, CAROLYN KISTLER, CLARK C. Longmont. Colo. Pres. Pi Kappa Alpha, Pres. ASUC, Pres. Adelphi, V-Pres. Phi Epsilon Phi, Ch. Homecoming, Assist. Editor, Colo. Eng., En g. Ball, Choir. KISTLER, ELAINE SHADFORD HOLLISTER, ELINOR Denver, Colo. Lupton, Colo. 57 Mt. Hope, Kans. KLEMME, CLAUDE Boulder, Colo. Chi Epsilon, Sigma Tau, ASCE. KLUNKER, E. BERNARD Denver, Colo. Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon, V-Prcs., Pi Tau Sigma, Pres. ASME. KRAUTZMAN, BETTY YVONNE KRENZEL, HUGH MOULTON Idaho Springs, Colo. KRIPPNER, ANN Denver, Colo. Delta Gamma, Rush Ch,, Red Cross, First Aid, Intramurals, Vaudeville Stage Crew. Bottlder, Colo. ' 44 KRUPOTICH, EDWARD Arrada.Colo. Band, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau, Kappa Kappa Psi, AIEE, Rhythm Circus. KRUSMARK, IRENE UWC, Hikers ' Club. LACY, SHIRLEY Brigham City, Utah Denver, Colo. LANGDON, LAURENCE LARCEN, DONALD WAYNE Alpha of Tau Beta Pi, V-12. Pueblo, Colo. Denver, Colo. LBMKE, SALOME E. Forbes, N. D. LIGGETT, JOHN T. JR. Pueblo, Colo. Beta Theta Pi, Intramurals. ' LINDHOLM, PHYLLIS L. Great Falls, Mont. Kappa Alpha Theta, Soc. Ch., Window, Intramurals, Choir, AWS Vaudeville, Red Cross. LINSTEDT, ROBERT FRED Denver. Colo. Sigma Chi, Phi Epsilon Phi, Quarterdeck Club, Colo. Eng., Art Editor of Knots and Fathoms, Eng. Ball Comm., CU Days Comm., Home- coming Comm., NROTC, ASCE, Intramurals. LITTELL, MARGARET ELAINE Denver. Colo. Pi Beta Phi, Rush Ch., YWCA, Coloradan, Window Publicity Mana- ger, Rhythm Circus, dance director, Sophomore Prom Queen, CU Days Attendant, Messiah, Panhcllenic, WAA, AWS Vaudeville. LITTLER, E. L9RRAINE Valkyrie, Home Economics Club. Boulder, Colo. LORANZI, FRANK J. Delta, Colo. KNAPP, BEVERLY MAE Boulder. Colo. 68 LUSTIG, SAM Denver, Colo. McCARTY, WYNDOLEEN Trinidad, Colo. Alpha Chf Omega, UWC, AWS Vaudeville, Ch. Red Cross Surgical Dressings, Intramurals, transferred from Trinidad Junior College. McCORMICK, BARBARA Kappa Alpha Theta, Porpoise, WAA, YWCA. Topeka, Kans. f : Zf ' ' 44 McKEEVER, HAROLD JAMES Boulder, Colo. Pres. Combined Eng., Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Quarterback Club, V-Pres., Intramurals, NROTC, NROTC Drill Team Captain; ATEE. McKELL, ROBERT AIEE, IRE. Chille McMAHON, BEVERLY Eureka, Calif. Band, Orchesis, Pub. Mgr,, Hiking Club, Treas. McPHERRIN, MARJORIE Des Moines, Iowa Delta Gamma, Sec, WAA. MARTIN, LILLA MAY ElPaso,Texas Chi Omega, Equestrian Club, UWC, Home Economics Club. MATHIAS, GERALD E. Monte Vista, Colo. V-12, AIEE, Engineering Council, Dramatics Club, Sigma Tau. MEETH, ELIZABETH ANN Pueblo, Colo Hiking Club, Jr. Alpha Phi Alpha, Rx Club, House of Representatives, AWS Vocational Guidance Committee. MEYER, NANCY LEE Ka,isa, City, Mo. Chi Omega, Treas., Pres., Home Economics Club, Intramurals. MICHAEL, ROBERT KERN Centralia,Ill. Beta Theta Pi, Varsity Football, Varsity Basketball, Intermural Golf, Touchball, Basketball, Boxing, Volleyball, Varsity Track. MIESSE, JEANNE Detroit, Mich. Kappa Alpha Theta, Dorm Council, Intramurals, Coloradan, WAA, YWCA, Panhellenic, Rhythm Circus, AWS Vaudeville. MINOWITZ, BARBARA Kappa Delta Pi. MITCHELL, MARGARET MORENO, JOSE A. San Juan, Puerto Rico Delta Phi Delta, Cosmopolitan Club, Phi Delta Kappa. MULLENIX, EMMA JEAN Boulder. Colo. Chi Omega, Coloradan, Window, Coed Counselor, Beta Sigma, Little Theater, Players Club, Rhythm Circus. LOWE, FORREST A. ' Portland, Ore. 59 Denver, Colo Denver, Colo MURPHY, MADONNA LOUISE WAA, Intramurals, UWC. NAUGLE, LAURA Pi Beta Phi, WAA, War Loan Comm. NEAL, MARY GENE Home Economics Club, UWC. Thermopolis, Wyo. Sterling, Colo. Carlsbad, N. Mex. NELSON, ALICE Boulder. Colo. Spur, YWCA, UWC, Triad, ISA Reeves, ISA Council, Freshman Women s Representative, Sec, Pres., Valkyries, Pres., Mortar Board A v c i " " " ' ' ' ° ' ' ° ' SAA, Sec, Pres., ASUC Commission, ' AWS Senate, AWS House of Representatives, Miss Service, Religious Interest, Com., Student Religious Council. El Paso, Texas ' 44 NIETHAMMER, NONA C. Caspe, Wyo Delta Gamma, Silver and Gold, Editor, Honors Candidate. A ° D J ? ' h P " " -- " • Colo. Acacia, Phi Mu Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psi, Band, Congo Club. NORTON, MAHLON H. AIEE, HKN, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Phi, Viking Club. Littleton, Colo. NOWELL, MARTHA ANN Eranston III Pi Beta Phi, AWS, Senate, Spur, Mortar Board, YWCA, Coloradan intramurals, House of Representatives, Miss Initiative. Boulder, Colo. O ' NEAL, PEGGY Kappa Kappa Gamma, Intramurals, Little Theater. Pueblo, Colo. O ' ROURKE, PATRICIA Denyer,Colo. Kappa Kappa Gamma, WAA, AWS Vaudeville, Intramurals. OWEN, BARBARA G. Oenyer. Colo. Pi Beta Phi, YWCA, Cabinet, Spur, V-Pres., Coloradan, Hesperia, Pres., Coed-Counsellor, Freshman Prom Comm., ASUC Honor Sy»- tem. Who ' s Who, Pi Gamma Mu. PAINE, WALTER W. Byers,Colo. Westminster Foundation, PARR, CELESTE ADELE Denver. Colo. ASUC, Ind. Representative Senate, House of Representatives, Ch. Red Cross, Dorm Pres., WAA, UWC, Barb Council, Forensic League, Valkyrie, Spur, AWS, Housing Chairman, Window, Coloradan. PARRISH. VERL OWEN Newberry. On. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, ASME, Phi Mu Epsilon, Pi Tau Epsilon, Tau Beta Phi. PASQUA, PIETRO Wrestling, Baseball, Intramurals, Sumalia. MUNDELL, JANE Beta Sigma. 60 Englewood, Colo. Walsh, Colo. PEABODY, KATHRYN ANNE Denver, Colo. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Silver and Gold, YWCA Cabinet, Treas., AWS Senate, Housing and Orientation Ch., Spur, Hespcria, Mortar Board, Delta Phi Delta, Pres., CU Days, Sec, Rhythm Circus, Chapel Com- mittee, AWS Vaudeville, Intramurals, " Miss Personality. " PEARSON, ALVIN JERROLD Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi. PICKUP, STACY F. Grand Junction, Colo. Denver, Colo. ' 44 PLATTS, VIRGINIA Boulder. Colo. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Intramurals, WAA, History Club, YWCA, Red Cross. PLUSS, NORMAN Greeley, Colo. Phi Sigma Delta, Inter-Fraternity Council, ASUC Commission. POOL, KATHRIN COOK River Forest, III. Pi Beta Phi, V-Pres., YWCA, Cabinet, CU Days Com., Intramurals, Spur, Red Cross, WAA Cabinet, Coloradan Editor, Who ' s Who, Pi Gamma Mu. POPE, MARGARET LOUISE Pueblo,Colo. Alpha Chi Omega, Treas., CU Day Committee, Delta Phi Delta, AWS Vaudeville, AWS Loan Fund Com., Window, Coloradan, Hiking Club, YWCA, Red Cross, AWS Orientations Com. POST, DON B. Corvallis, Ore. PRATT, ANNA ELAINE Casper, Wyo. V-Pres. Equestrian Club, UWC, Transfer Mills College. PRICE, VIRGINIA E. St. Joseph, Mo PROCKTER, MARTHA Denver, Colo. Spur, House of Representatives, Phi Sigma, Joint Honor Scholarship. PRAZYGOCHI, CAMILLA Hamtramck, Mich. PURCELL, ILA MAE Eaton, Colo. Pres. Chi Omega, Treas. SAI, Sec. of AWS, Orchesis, Spur, Hesperia, AWS Vocations, Panhellcnic, Song Fest, University Choir, UWC, Dormitory Counsellor, Personnel Committee, AWS Vaudeville, Rhythm Circus, UWC. PYLES, JANE LAWRENCE V-Pres. of Beta Sigma, Intramurals. QUIMBY, JOHN Denver, Colo. Kappa Sigma, Pres., Silver and Gold News Editor, Library Com., Homecoming Com., Rhythm Circus, Soph. Prom., Jr. Prom. RANKING, JANET RUTH River Forest, III. Hiking Club, Barb Reeves, UWC. RATHFON, JEANNE LEE Sugar Loaf, Colo. Kappa Alpha Theta, YWCA, UWC, Intramurals, Equestrian Club, Window, AWS Vaudeville. PATTERSON, MARJORIE Kansas City, Mo. 61 REINHARDT, MARELLA Webster Groves, Mo. Valkyries. RILEY, MARIAN ELIZABETH Boulder. Colo. Spur, Rhythm Circus, UWC, YWCA, Orchesis, Beta Sigma, Pres., V-Pres. Business School, CU Days Queen, Coloradan Queen. ROCKWELL, ROBERT GOODE U Junta. Colo. Viking Club, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Epsilon Phi, Sec, Quar- terdeck Club, AIEE, IRE, Pistol Team, Intramurals, Dance Com., NROTC. RODMAN, PRISCILLA Denver, Colo. Kappa Alpha Theta, WAA, Intramurals, AWS Vaudeville, Coloradan, Dodo, Rhythm Circus, YWCA. RUHR, JOSEPH F. Rosemont, Minn. Zeta Psi, Transfer Student, GofFman Memorial Fund Council, YMCA, Peace Council, Inter-Fraternity Council, University Band, Golf Team. ' 44 SANDERS, WILLIAM Portland, Ore. SCANLAN, JOSEPH A. Haiden.Mont. Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE, Physics Assistant, Math Assistant. SCHOLES, MILDRED JANE Lafayette, Colo. SCHOOLLAND, CLAIRE N. Boulder, Colo. Alpha Chi Omega, Phi Chi Delta, Pres., Kappa Delta Pi, Sec. SCHROEDER, LORENE ELDA Hillsboro, Kans. SCOGIN, JEAN ANNE Denver. Colo. Delta Delta Delta, V-Pres. and Pres., Silver and Gold, Window, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Spur, Hesperia, Theta Sigma Phi, Kappa Tau Alpha, phi Beta Kappa, House of Representatives, AWS Vaudeville, Senate Social Committee. SHANLEY, PATRICIA Long Beach. Calif. Kappa Alpha Theta, Rhythm Circus, AWS Vaudeville, WAA Intra- murals, History Club. SHINN, WILLIAM Cynwid, Penna. SCHUREMAN, LUCILE THANET Fi. Collins, Colo. Kappa Kappa Gamma, WAA Board, Pres., Senate, YWCA, Rhythm Circus, Activities Committee, AWS, Intramurals, Spur, Sec. SINNETT, MARION CATHRINE Evanston, Hi Kappa Alpha Theta, Sophomore Prom Com., WAA, YWCA, CU Days Com., Coloradan, Dodo, Intramurals, Rhythm Circus, AWS Vaudeville. SKEEN, GENEVIEVE Alpha Delta Pi, WAA, Home Ec. Club, Red Cross. SLAUGHENHOUPT, ROSE ELEANOR Phi Chi Delta, Band. REED, RALPH Denver, Colo. RoUmsville. III. Denver, Colo. Gainesyille, Ga. SMITH, MARY Alpha Delta Pi, Transfer Bernau College. SMITH, MYRA Tribune, Kans. Kappa Alpha Theta, Pres., Beta Sigma, Treas., Panhellenic, Sec, Dodo, WAA, AWS Vaudeville, Rhythm Circus, YWCA. SONNENBERG, GLENIS Fleming, Colo. ' 44 SPARKE, JUNE BENNETT Denver. Colo. Drama, Spanish, French, YWCA, UWC, CU Days Com., Home- coming Com., Dodo, Rhythm Circus, Alpha Chi Omega, Red Cross, SPENCER, CHARLES O. AIChE. SPENCER, JOYCE MOREE Monte Vista. Colo. Valkyries, Sec, ISA Council, V-Pres. Phi Chi Delta, UWC, Players Club. SPRING, BARTON H. Coryallis, Ore. SPORE, ZINETTE Denver, Colo. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pres., Spur, Hesperia, WAA, YWCA Cabinet, AWS Loan Fund Committee, CU Day Com., Panhellenic, Dodo. STARK, BETTY JANE STARK, JOHN J. ASME. STEIK, KATHRYN ANNE Upper MontcUir, N. ]. Porpoise, UWC, WAA, Delta Delta Delta. STEVENS, MARJORIE Davenport, Iowa Beta Sigma, Kappa Alpha Theta. STILLSON, RUTH E. Denver, Colo. Alpha Phi, Pres., Coloradan, Window, House of Representatives, ?AA, STODART, NONA RUTH Band, Honors Union, Pi Gamma Mu. STOFT, PAUL E. HKM, Tau Beta Pi. STORY, NANCY JANE Chicago. III. Alpha Phi, Choir, Madrigal Choir, Coloradan, Riding Club, Sigma Alpha Iota, UWC. STREET, GLORIA SMITH, JACK ALLISTER AIEE, V-Pres. Ft. Worth, Texas Salida, Colo. 63 Lafayette, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo, Denver, Colo. Canon City, Colo. Delta, Colo. TIDBALL, LOLA Ely, Nevada Pres. Alpha Chi Omega, WAA V-Prcs., Panhellcnics, Women ' s Club, Silver and Gold. TILTON, WARREN deBLOIS JR. Colorado Springs, Colo. Tau Beta Pi, Pres., Eta Kappa Nu, V-Pres., Band, Intramurals, Pi Mu Epsilon, AIEE, Treas., Viking Club. TOHITA, ARTHUR KIYOSHI ASME. De , Colo. VERNER, JUNE TOMITA, FUMI AGNES Ilif!,Colo. Beta Sigma, Intramurals. TREGO, DOUGLAS G. Holyoke,Colo. Tau Beta Pi, HKN, Sigma Pi Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, Pres., Phi Epsi- lon Phi, AIEE, Pres., Colo. Eng., Asst. Ed., Assistant in Physics, Band, Rhythm Circus, Viking Club. ' 44 TUKEY, LYDIA Omaha, Nebr. TWOMBLY, JOHN CARL Ft. Morgan, Colo. Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Eta Kappa Nu, AIEE, Hiking Club. UTLAUT, WILLIAM FREDERICK Sterling, Colo. Tau Beta Pi, AIEE, Eta Kappa Nu, Pres., Pi Mu Epsilon, Treas., ASUC Commissioner, Editor of " Colorado Engineer, " Band, Acacia, Intramurals. VERGILIO, JOSEPH HENRY Sigma Tau, Alpha Chi Sigma, AIChE, Newman Club. Colorado Springs, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. VICK ROY, THOMAS ROGERS Denver, Colo. Tau Beta Pi Freshman Award, Sigma Tau Freshman Award, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Sigma Tau, Phi Epsilon Phi, AIChE, Intra- murals, Sigma Pi Epsilon Assoc. Mem., Engine Ball Com., Combined Eng. Executive Council. VOGEL, LEONARD C. Golden. Colo. Sigma Chi, Phi Epsilon Phi, AIChE, Colo. Eng., Band and Concert Band, Intramurals, V-12. WALKER, RUBY Gamer, Iowa Kappa Delta Pi, Ski Club, Hiking Club, Band. WARE, BONITA J. Phi Sigma Iota, UWC, Counselor Dormitory. Grand Junction, Colo. Hugo, Colo. WEIL, ROBERT LEONARD Denver. Colo, Ensign USNR, NROTC, Quarterdeck Club, Knots and Fathoms Staff,. ROTC Dance Committee Ch., Intramurals. WEISER, MARJORIE McKEAN Houston. Texas Kappa Kappa Gamma, YWCA, Intramurals, Dormitory Counselor AWS Vaudeville. TAYLOR, NEIL B. Coronado. Calif Radio Club, AIEE, IRE, Phi Kappa Psi, Sec, Intramurals. 64 WILSON, JOHN GRIER Detroit, Mich. Pi Kappa Alpha, Sigma Tau, Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi, Intramurals. WOOD, MARCIA Delta Gamma, Porpoise. WOOD, RICHARD A. ASVE, Band, Quarterdeck Club. Fonda, Iowa Denver, Colo. ' 44 WOODS, LOUISE J. Kamas City, Mo. Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Sigma, UWC, Dormitory Council. WRIGHT, WILBUR M. ASME, Band, Quarterdeck Club, NROTC. YOUNG, WILLIAM OSGOOD Denver, Colo. Rhythm Circus, Little Theater, Freshman Tennis, Dodo, Colo. Eng., Chi Psi, AIChE, Marines, Ski Club, Engine Ball. ZEIGER, MARJORIE Denver, Colo. Alpha Epsilon, Delta, Iota Epsilon Phi, Sec, Ski Club, Campus Club. WILLIS, CHARLOTTE Seattle, Wash. Alpha Phi, Sigma Alpha Iota, Wesley Foundation, French Club, AWS Vaudeville. 65 disApstJtia, SPONSORS Miss Mary Ethel Ball Mrs. Hazel Fehlman OFFICERS Persis Emmett President Gloria Norberg Vice-President Betty Linger Secretary Marjorie Cross Treasurer MEMBERS 1943-1944 Mathilda Broida Betty Cameron Pollyann Castle Pat Ducy Mary Alice Hitt Marjorie Kincaide Vivian Marinoff Jean McDonald Charline Millikan Betty Nash Marcia Strong MEMBERS 1944 Ellen Bardwell Shirley Bennetts Eileen Charlesworth Margaret Detweiler Barbara Graves Marion King Evelyn Lunn Nadine Olmstead Joan Pratt Adele Quarnberg Betty Rich Frances Riggs Clarabelle Saunders Rose Weisman Virginia Wheeler 66 JUNIOR MEN ' S HONORARY SumalicL WINTER QUARTER. 1943 James Dumm Harry Allen Tom Doar Louis Hart Horace Huggins Kenneth Lloyd Harry McMillan PiETRo Pasqua Harry Perry Raymond Purintan John Raife Maurice Reilly Bud Shattuck . President Harry Wood SPRING QUARTER, 1944 Robert Belcher President Thomas Rooney Vice-President Harley Anderson ....Secretary James Born James Hammond Bill Horthe Jess Humphreys WiLLARD Miller Bill Prechtel Kirk Stratton James Walker 67 ANDERSON, EWALT P. Navy V-12, Chi Epsilon. ANDERSON, PARLEY E. ROTC, Quarterdeck Club, Law. ADAMS, BETTY ADELMANN, DRUCILLA AITKEN, JANE KATHERINE Raton, N. Mex. Amarillo, Texas Colorado Springs, Colo. Kingman, A riz. Norcatur, Kans. ' 45 ANDERSON, SUSANNE Kappa Kappa Gamma. ANGLE, WALLY Phi Delta Theta. BAIR, WILLARD E. Kappa Kappa Psi, Vice President, Band. Denver, Colo. York, Nebr. Idaho Falls, Idaho Denver, Colo. Boulder, Colo. BARBER, DONN RICHARD Denver, Colo. Alpha Tau Omega, Intramurals, Sentinel, secretary, vice-president. BARNES, IDA NELL Walsenbmg,Colo. Alpha Chi Omega. BEATTIE, LYLE WAYNE Boulder, Colo. Phi Gamma Delta, NROTC, Intramurals, Softball, Basketball, Colo- rado Engineer. . BEATTIE, PATSY JEAN Boulder, Colo. Chi Omega, assistant rush chairman; Sigma Alpha Iota, secretary; Navy Days Queen, Navy choir accompanist; Panhellenic, University Choir. Denver, Colo. BELCHER, ROBERT LYNN Puehlo,Col AIEE, Phi Gamma Delta, Rhythm Circus, Engineers ' Ball, CU Days, Intramurals, Navy V-12. BLANKENSHIP, LOIS DALE Hailey, Idaho Boot and Spur Club, Women ' s Club. BLICKENSDERFER, ELIZABETH Denver, Colo. University Women ' s Club, Triad and House President; Alpha Epsilon Delta, Red Cross Blood Bank, Coed Councilor, Otto Floin Club, Sigma Iota Pi. BOTHWELL, HESTER Shelby, Iowa BRADSHAW, BOBBE Borger. Texas Chi Omega, Circulation Manager of the Dodo, Stephens Club, vice- president; Boot and Spur, Head of Transfer Counselling, Silver and Gold, secretary. BREETWOR, MELVIN Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Epsilon Phi. Pueblo, Colo. ' 45 BRIGGS, CHARMION PHYLLIS Alpha Omicron Pi. BROQUET, JACQUELINE Norton, Kans Kappa Alpha Theta, Coloradan, Window, Choir, AWS Vaudeville YWCA, Women ' s Club, Willard History Club. BROWN, CORRINE Choir, Women ' s Club. BUCHHOLZ, BEATRICE BULL, JAMES ARTHUR ISA. Longmont, Colo. Denver, Colo. Morrison, III. BURLINGAME, DEAN ROBERT Pittsburgh, Penna Phi Kappa Theta, Alpha Phi Omega, NROTC Rifle Team. CARR, CYNTHIA Chi Omega. CASTLE, POLLYANN Loreland.Colo. Delta Gamma, Bus. Manager of Dodo, Spur, Hesperia, UWC Triad, Red Cross. CHASSELL, JOHN RATHBUN Belle Fourche. S. D Intramurals, Congo Club, Quarterdeck Club, Band, Basketball and Softball, Scimitar. COLE, MARIE A. Boulder, Colo. COLLINS, DOROTHEA University Choir, Coloradan, WAA. COMEGYS, MARGARET J. La Grange, III. Alpha Phi, Social Chairman; Co-ed Counselor, Freshmen Counselor AWS Vocational Committee, YWCA, UWC, Spur, WAA, Intra- murals, Coloradan, Silver and Gold, First Aid, Home Nursing, Window. COOKE, DAVID ARTHUR Denver, Colo. COOKE, SHELBY C. JR. Denver;Colo. Acacia, Scimitar, Phi Epsilon Phi, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE, Quarterdeck Club, Intramurals, NROTC Pistol Team. COOLEY, FRANK Bronxville, N. Y. NROTC, Knots and Fathoms, Dramatics, Varsity Debate, Forensic Committee, Ski Club. 6S DABBS, SARAH ELIZABETH Women ' s Club. CORLISS, WELLS M. NROTC, Band. CRISWELL, ANNE CURRIGAN, MARY EVELYN Pi Beta Phi. Kit Carson Colo. Denver Colo. Denver, Colo. Rosvell, N. Mex. DARNELL, ROBERT Pueblo, Colo. Choir, Orchestra, Omicron Delta, Dominants, Campus Side-Show. ' 45 DEVER, KEITH L. ASCE, Band, Intramurals, Engine Ball Committee. DeVORE, ROBERT WILLIAM AIEE, Eta Kappa Nu, Intramurals, Navy V-12. DICKS, PEGGY Alpha Delta Pi. Lyons, Colo. Pueblo, Colo. Boulder, Colo. DICKINSON, SHEILA Delta Gamma, Ski Club, AWA, Hiking Club. Omaha, Nebr. DIETER, LESLIE L. Denver, Colo. ASCE, Intramurals, Engine Ball Committee, Colorado Engineer. DIXON, LOLA Louisyille,Colo. Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Iota Sigma Pi. DUFF, MARGARET Oak Harbor, Ohio Transfer from Miami University, Chi Omega, Cosmopolitan. DURR, DOROTHY JEAN Belle Fourche, S. D. Chi Omega, Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer; WAA, Intramurals, Choir, Girls ' Marching Band. EASTIN, IRENE Krerrtmimg.Colo. UWC Council, ISA Council, Red Cross Executive Council, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Valkyrie. EHNBOM, MARY FREDRIQUE Denver, Colo. Reeves, Valkyries, Newman Club, Women ' s Club. ELLIS, MARY JANE Griswotd,Iowa Kappa Alpha Theta, YWCA, Women ' s Club, Hiking Club, Intra- murals. ELLIS, WILLIAM O. Denver, Colo. Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Chi Sigma, treasurer. EMMETT, PERSIS RUTH Boulder. Colo. Chi Omega, vice-president; Silver and Gold, Business Manager; Spur, Hesperia, president; Women ' s Club Council, Board of Publications, Business School Board of Directors, WAA, YWCA, Little Theater Property Crew, Who ' s Who, Beta Sigma, ASUC Commission, sec- retary; AWS Social Chairman, Business School, vice-president; Pace- setter. TO Webb City, OkU. Longmont, Colo, ENGLISH, HOMER CHARLES USMCR, Sigma Nu. EVANS, BETTY MAY Kappa Alpha Theta. PARIS, PATRICIA Kansas City, Mo. Chi Omega, Coloradan, class editor; Co-ed Counselor, AWS Vaude- ville, Orchesis, Little Theater, Women ' s Club, Intramurals, CU Days Committee, Rhythm Circus, WAA, Homecoming Committee, Fresh- men Prom Committee. ' 45 FARLEY, MARCIA Coloradan, Surgical Dressing, Pi Beta Phi. FEINSTEIN, ERWIN Speech. FINCHER, MARVA JO FORISTER, VIRGINIA ANNETTE FOSTER, LAURENE Salina, Kans. Cheyenne, Wyo. Boulder, Colo. FREESE, JOHN ANDREW Phi Kappa Tau. GARRISON, PATRICIA GAY Alpha Phi. GILMOUR, HELEN Kappa Kappa Gamma, Porpoise. GILLESPIE, RUTH Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. GORE, REBECCA JANE Walsenburg, Colo. Women ' s Club, AWS, House of Representatives, AWS. Eveleth, Minn. Mitchell, S. D. La Junta, Colo. Grand Junction, Colo. GREENWOOD, GERALD A. ASCE, Varsity Wrestling. GREGER, LEONARD R. SAE, Intramural, Softball, Basketball, Waterpolo. „ . -ORY;, Manzanola, Colo. University Women ' s Club, Dorm. Counselor, All Girl Band. GRIFFITH, JOHN S. Kappa Sigma, ASME. GUNTHER, DONALD Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. 71 Greeley, Colo. Portland, Oregon HALL, OLIVER K. Grand Junction, Colo. Delta Tau Delta, Eta Kappa Nu, AIEE, Newman Club, Colorado Engineer, Pre. Med. HALE, BARBARA Chicago, III. Theta (Secretary), Porpoise, Newman Club (Pres.), WAA. HAASE, EDWARD NORMAN Newton, Kans. Phi Delta Theta, ASCE, Officer in Luther Club, Navy V-12. HAMILTON, DONALD EARL Denver, Colo. NROTC, Track, Fencing, Football (Varsity), Adalphi, Scimitar, Baskerball, Swimming (Intramural), Forensic, ASUC, Players Club, Boxing (Navy Team), ASCE. HAMMOND, JAMES QUENTIN Littleton, Colo. ROTC, Fencing, Football, Adelphi, Scimitar, Forensic, Intramurals. ' 45 HANKS, PAULINE S. Denver, Colo. HARNES, BETTY E. Chi Omega. Boulder, Colo. HARTZLER, HARRIETT Pi Beta Phi. Indianola, Iowa HAYWARD, LURA Sheridan, Wyo. Alpha Phi, Triad Leader, Women ' s Club, Orchestra, Choir, First Aid, Intramurals, WAA. Boulder, Colo. HEBERT, DOROTHY D. HERSHBERGER, JEAN ANN Crowley, La. Wichita, Kans. HILTON, VIRGINIA LOU Boulder, Colo. Pi Beta Phi, President, University Choir, YWCA, Messiah, Rhythm Circus, Window, AWS Vaudeville, Panhellenic. HINE, EUGENE EDGAR Navy V-12. La Junta, Colo. Denver, Colo. HOOPES, EDGAR M. Beta Theta Pi. Salt Lake City, Utah HOUSE, HOWARD Alpha Tau Omega. Denver, Colo. HUriON, KATHRYN Boulder, Colo. LANDRUM, DALLAS Sterling, Colo. Student Religious Council, Religious Interests Committee, Westminster Foundation. LANG, BARBARA Delta Gamma. LARSEN, DOROTHY Woman ' s Club. ' 45 Ovid, Colo. Denver, Colo. LAURENCE, OAKLEY Chorus. LEHMAN, LOIS Pres. Chi Omega, Porpoise, Intramurals. LEWIS, HARVEY EUGENE Brush, Colo. LEWIS, MARILYN Grand Junction, Colo. WAA, Women ' s Club, Defense Classes, Silver and Gold, YWCA. LINGER, BETTY Hooper, Colo. Delta Delta Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Delta Phi Alpha, Iota Sigma Pi, Silver and Gold (City Editor), Equestrian Club, Spur, Hesperia, ASUC Culture and Entertainment Committee, AWS Vocational Committee. LOGAN, ROGER LEE Pres, Sigma Nu, Intramurals, NROTC. LONG, BETTY RUTH LONG, DONNA Guymon, Okla. LOOK, ALFRED T. Grand Junction, Colo. Phi Ep., Alpha Chi Sigma, Viking Club, Tau Beta Phi, Colorado Engineer Editor. LUSBY, PAT Equestrian Club, Alpha Phi. Brush, Colo. MABEY, ORSON H. Pueblo, Colo. Denison, Iowa MARINOFF, VIVIAN Denver, Colo. Spur, AWS (Treasurer), AWS Senate, ASUC, Panhellcnic (Treas.), Orchesis, YWCA, Coloradan, Silver and Gold (News Editor), Board of Publications, Hesperia, Chi Omega (Rush Chairman), Pacesetter, AWS Vaudeville Committee, AWS Vocation Committee, Sigma Epsi- lon Sigma, CU Days Committee, Navy Day Committee (Chairman), Junior Panhellenic, Who ' s Who. McCAW, ANNE De,iver,Colo. Chi Omega, Home Ec. Club, Newman Club, WAA, Intramurals. McGEE, BETTY RUTH Alamosa, Colo. Little Theater, Band (Concert), Women ' s Marching Band, Psi Kappa Psi, (Treasurer) , Player ' s Club. McKEE, ABNER S. Pao , Colo. T3 Denver, Colo. Wichita, Kans. Malad City, Idaho HURLEY, GRANT WILLIAM Alamosa, Colo. Acacia, Band, Phi Epsilon Phi, Intramurals, TTTC. HUMPHRIES, JESSE La]unta,Colo. Phi Gamma Delta. HYLAN, JUNE Boulder, Colo. Red Cross, Spur, YWCA Cabinet, Head Triad, Victory Group UWC, Freshman Orientation Counselor, Pi Beta Phi. Kansas City, Mo. JESSUP, BARBARA JEANNE Elbert, Colo. S. G., Warservice Board, Chi Omega, YWCA, UWC, Choir, CU Days, Navy Day Committee. ' 45 JOHNSON, P. RAYMOND Hudson, Colo. Choir, Dodo, ISA Dance Mgr., Viking Club, Barb Council, Navy Days. Marmart, N. D. JOHNSON, ROBERT ALLEN Band, Navy. JOHNSTON, MARY LOU Denver, Colo. Pi Beta Phi, (Secy.) Senate; Pres., Spur; Silver and Gold, Coloradan, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, War Council, WAA, Intramurals, YWCA, Home Ec. Club, Iota Sigma Pi. JUNGE, ROBERT S. Julesburg, Colo. AIChE (Vice-Pres.), Alpha Chi Sigma, Vice-Pres. KEITH, SARA Black Hills Ordnance Depot, Proro, S. D. YWCA, Window, Baptist Youth Fellowship. KENNEY, RUSSELL L. Denver, Colo. Sigma Chi, Tau Beta Pi, Alpha Chi Sigma, Scimitar, Colorado Engi- neer, V-12. KINCAIDE, MARJORIE Pueblo, Colo. Spur, (Treas.), YWCA, Assistant Social Chairman, Women ' s Club, Red Cross Staff Assistant, ISA Council, President, Woman ' s Dormi- tories, Phi Sigma Iota, Hespcria, AWS Loan Fund, Vaudeville Com- mittee, AWS House of Representatives. KIRKPATRICK, GEORGIA Walsenburg.Colo. Pi Beta Phi, Rhythm Circus, YWCA, Newman Club, Intramurals, Dodo. KISTLER, KIRBY LongmontXolo. Phi Kappa Alpha, Phi Epsilon Phi, (Pres.), Adalphia, (Vice-Pres.), Quarterdeck Club, Who ' s Who, Pacesetter, Navy Day General Chair- man, Silver and Gold Sports Editor, Dodo Sports Editor, Homecom- ing Committee, CU Days Committee, Student War Council, Debate Squad, NROTC, NROTC Pistol Team. KLINGLER, C. ROGER Denver, Colo. Sigma Chi, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, AIEE, Quarterdeck Club, Intramurals. KOCONTES, PHILLIP WOOLSEY Denver. Colo. Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Quarterdeck Club, Intramurals, NROTC Rifle Team. KRACHA, FRANCES JEAN Two Rivers. Wis. Alpha Omicron Pi, Pres., ASUC Commission, Debate Manager, Chairman War Stamp and Bond Committee, Spur, Debate Team, Dialectica, Vice-Pres., Silver and Gold, WAA, Panhellenic, House of Representatives, War Council, Co-ed Counselor. KRIER, FERN CAROL Delta Delta Delta, Marshal, Dodo, Coloradan, Fest, WAA Board, Camp and Hosp. Group, Club, Newman Club. 74 Walsenburg, Colo. Silver and Gold, Song Red Cross, Home Ec. McLEOD, WILMA Grand Junction, Colo. Wesley Foundation, Kappa Phi, Hiking Club, P. E. Club, WAA. McMURTREY, LAWRENCE Shelley, Idaho MIERA, LOLITA Gallup, N.Mex. AWS, Orientations Committee, House President — Freshman House, Phi Sigma Iota Honorary, Dormitory Hall Counselor. ' 45 MILLER, BARBARA JUNE Longmont,Colo. Luther Club (Vice-Pres.), Dorm Counselor, YWCA, Women ' s Club, Intramurals. MILLIKAN, CHARLINE Tulsa. Okla. Pi Beta Phi (Vice-Pres.), Freshman Prom Committee, Spur, Hesperia, CU Days Committee, AWS Senate, AWS Vaudeville, Iota Sigma Pi, Pres. Freshman Dorm. MINTON, MARY ANNE Dallas, Texas Delta Delta Delta, YWCA, WAA, House of Representatives. MITCHELL, DONALD M. Brush, Colo. Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Little Theater, Scimitar, AIEE. MOMII, DICK Fort Lupton, Colo. Intramurals, Boxing. MOORE, IMOGENE MOORE, JANE Mattoon,Ill. Kappa Alpha Theta, (Pres.), Orchesis, (Sec.-Treas.) Business School Board, AWS Social Committee, WAA Board, Intramurals. MORGEY, RUSSELL W. Boulder. Colo. Junior American Pharmaceutical Association, Viking Club, Photo- | graphic Editor Coloradan. MORROW, BILL Littleton. Colo. Sigma Apiha Epsilon, Scimitar, Student President Board of Drama, Coloradan, Intramurals. MOSLEY, MARY Colorado Springs, Colo. Delta Gamma, Women ' s Club, House of Representatives, WAA, Dodo, Silver and Gold, Equestrian Club, Choir. MURPHY, JIM Beta Theta Pi. MUTH, BETTY LOU SEVENS, THOMAS D. Upha Chi Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta. " nielson, jean Pi Beta Phi. OWENS, KENNETH NORWOOD Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Salida, Colo. Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. TS SANDERS, WILLIAM C. SASAJIMA, HIDEKO WAA, Coloradan. SCHLISSINGER, MURIAL Portland, Ore. Boulder, Colo. Colorado Springs, Colo. SMETHILLS, PHYLLIS SODERBORG, RAY LLOYD Wrestling. SCHMITT, DARWIN WILBUR Central, N. Mex. NROTC, Quarterdeck Club, Knots and Fathoms, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma, ASME, Intramurals. SHOUP, MARTHA LOUISE Boulder, Colo. Fencing Club, Mortar and Pestle Club, RX (Vice President), Phi Alpha, UWC. SIHLER, MARGARET M. SINONS, WILLIAM SLOAN, ELEANOR M. Delta Delta Delta. Denver, Colo. Salt Lake City. Utah STAHMER, JERRY STANGLE, FRANK ' 45 Litchfield, III. Pueblo, Colo. Hoyden, Colo. Maywood, lit, La Junta, Colo. ST. CLAIR, MELVIN E. Worland, Wyo. Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Chi, Annotator, Intramurals. STEVENSON, CHARLOTTE STEWART, SYLVIA Oberliu, Kans. San Diego, Calif. STREAMER, CHARLES W. Pueblo, Colo Beta Theta Pi. STREET, ELEANOR Engteryood.Colo Band, Orchestra, Alpha Chi Omega, Spur, Iota Sigma Pi, Jr. Alpha Ph Alpha, RX Club, Colorado Bandsman (Editor), Messiah Orchestra Song Fest. STRICKER, FRED LESLIE Denrer.Cola Alpha Epsilon Delta (President), Delta Phi Alpha (President), Ph Delta Chi (Treasurer), Phi Epsilon Phi, Congo Club, Alpha Ch Sigma Award. PANZELLA, TESSIE P. PATTON, HARRIET PAVLAKIS, EMANUEL G. ASCE, Chi Epsilon (Treasurer) . New York, N. Y. Tulsa, Okla. Denver, Colo. ' 45 PAVLETICH, MARY KATHRYN PELLILLO, EVELYN PHILLIPS, NANCY JANE Boulder, Colo. Delta Phi Alpha, Student Counselor, Intramurals, Red Cross. PILLMORE, GEORGE A. Lafayette, Colo. NROTC, Quarterdeck Club, ROTC Drill Team, AIEE. PINAMONT, CARL J. Mt. Harris, Colo. AI, Chi Epsilon, Viking Club, Alpha Chi Sigma, Newman Club. PRATT, PAULA Casper, Wyo. Chi Omega, Boot and Spur Club Treasurer, Window Staff, YWCA, Women ' s Club, Senate Social Committee. RANDALL, ALEXA IRIS REED, KATHRYN Boulder, Colo. Pi Beta Phi, YWCA, Coloraaan, Intramurals, UWC, Choir, Eques- trian Club, First Aid. REED, RALPH WILLIAM Denver. Colo. Alpha Tau Omega, Scimitar, Phi Epsilon Phi, Colorado Engineer, (President) . REMINGTON, BETTY DODSON Haywood. Calif. Pi Beta Phi, Dorm Counselor, Window, AWS Vaudeville, Rhythm Circus. REYNOLDS, HELENE Pi Beta Phi, Little Theater. ROBB, NORMA Coloradan, Women ' s Club, YWCA, Red Cross, Band. I 1 1 _ OGERS, DOROTHY River, Wyo. 3Mpha Omicron Pi, Women ' s Club, Willard History Club. ROUSE, MARTHA M. Chicago, III. Kappa Alpha Theta, Rhythm Circus, Coloradan, AWS Vaudeville. RUSHTON, MARIAN Delta Gamma, Intramurals, Porpoise, Red Cross. Red Oak, Iowa SWINDLER, REVE SYNDER, PHYLLIS STRONG, MARCIA -WBBST ' Umar. Colo. TriDelt, Spur, Counselor, Dormitory President, AWS Senate, Presi- dent ASUC, YWCA Vice-President; House of Representatives, Hesperia. STURDEVANT, MILDRED FRANCES Boulder, Colo. Women ' s Club, House of Representatives, Secretary of Independents, Intramurals. SVEDLUND, JOEL E. ASCE. Braymer, Mo. Mason Field, Iowa Denver, Colo. ' 45 TALCOTT, VIRGINIA Cortez. Colo. TAYLOR, THOMAS E. Telluride, Colo. ASME, Band, Intramurals, Alpha Tau Omega, Navy V-12. TELLER, JEANNETTE E. University W omen ' s Club. THOMSON, JEAN B. Pittsburgh, Penna. University Women ' s Club, Head Triad; Barb Reeve, Silver and Gold, Co-ed Counselor, Valkyrie, Song Fest, AWS Vaudeville, CU Days Float Committee. TESDELL, DOROTHY Denver, Colo. Kappa Alpha Theta, Spur, House of Representarives, AWS Vaudeville Committee. Windsor, Colo. VICKERS, BETTYE VOLLMER, VIRGINIA VEACH, VIRGINIA Band. VENCIL, LAIROLA VERPLOEG, PHYLLIS Alpha Phi. Smockover , Ark. Wichita, Kans. WACHOB, LOU ELLA Coloradan, Business Staff; Equestrian Club. WALSWORTH, BETTE LOU Delta Gamma, Silver and Gold, WAA, YWCA. Sheridan, Wyo. Cortez, Colo. Pella, Iowa WARREN, IDA MAE Bould. Chi Omega, Intramurals, Christian Science Society, WAA. 78 Denver, Colo. Denver, Colo. Colo. WASHBURN, JANE 5 . Paul, Minn. Delta Gamma, Intramurals, Women ' s Club, WAA. WEISS, DAURINE Denyer.Colo. YWCA, Freshman Commission Leader; Coloradan, WAA, Intra- murals, Co-ed Counsellor, Spur, Barb Council, Red Cross. WEPF, MARGARET ANNE Delta,Colo. University Women ' s Club, Buffalo Ski Club, Valkyrie, WAA. ' 45 WHITING, DERALD WIARD, CYNTHIA Alpha Chi Omega. WIGAND, ROBERT WILEY, MARGARET Chi Omega, Red Cross. Staten Island, N. Y. Colorado Springs, Colo. WILLIAMS, MARY EVELYN Lamar, Colo. Chi Omega, Home Economics Club, Newman Club, Intramurals. WILSON, LUCRETIA PALMER Pi Beta Phi. WILSON, WAYNE LARSEN WISE, SARAH ALLENE Lafayette, Colo. AED, Iota Sigma Pi, Intramurals. WOODS, KENNETH Boulder, Colo. Phi Kappa Tau, Quarterdeck Club, NROTC. YEAGER, MARY LOUISE Boulder. Colo. Cosmo Club, Congo Club. 79 SpJUA. HONORARIES SECTION SPONSOR Miss Marjorie Wheldon OFFICERS Margaret Detweiler President Nadine Olmstead ___ Vice-President Rose Weisman Secretary Barbara Graves Treasurer Betty Rich Publicity Manager Joan Allen Ellen Bardwell Shirley Bennetts Betty Ray Betasso Anne Brandon Mary Alice Bridenbaugh Eileen Charlesworth Mary Jo Clark Margaret Lee Crosman Priscilla Davies Catherine Douden Jane Doughty Marguerite Echternach Mildred Edmondson Dorothy Gray Jane Gregg Kay Haggard BiLLiE Hall OTHER MEMBERS Margaret Hammerstrom Florence Hart Betty Haskins Judy Hilliker Susie Hirama Hester Hitchcock Maurine Jewell Marion King Dorothy Koeper Ruth Law Evelyn Lunn Pat Martin Mary McCord Joan Muller Peggy Newcomb Thelma Palmer Jeanette Perkins Joan Pratt Adele Quarnberg Margaret Reinhardt Frances Riggs Ruth Robinson Helen Rominger Mary Jane Rowe Clarabelle Saunders Beatrice Sobol Doris Stanley Joan Stapp Virginia Taylor Pattie Telk Betty Tomlinson Delores Trilling Betty Tucker Betty Wheeler Virginia Wheeler Medora Wilson 80 ACKLEY, MARY Tulsa, Oklfhoma ANDERSON, ANNE V. .. ANDERSON, MILLICENT Colorado Springs, Colorado _._ Jutesburg, Colorado ANDERSON, VIRGINIA La Junta, Colorado ARNOLD, HELEN ARON, AILEEN G ASACKA, HENRY ..._ AULD, MARY ELLEN AUNER, JOSEPHINE .. AXLER, AILEEN Iowa Falls, Iowa Blanca, Colorado ... Denver, Colorado _ Denver, Colorado Des Moines, Iowa . Denver, Colorado BAGLEY, WALTER G Pueblo, Colorado BAILEY, ROBIN Pueblo, Colorado BARDWELL, ELLEN BARRETT, MAXINE Denver, Colorado Greenland, Colorado BARRUS, GEORGE STANTON Tooele, Utah BASHOR, HAROLD VERNON . Uveland, Colorado BECK, BETTY BECK, PAUL WILLIAM BEER, EULALIA Indianapolis, Indiana BENNETTS, SHIRLEY ... BONE, CYNTHIA BONGARTER, JACK ...... BORING, MARJORIE ...... BOSWORTH, ANN Colorado Springs, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Orlando, Florida Bountiful, Utah Scotia, New York Corvallis, Oregon BETASSO, BETTY RAY BEVINGTON, BETTY LEE Boulder, Colorado Boulder, Colorado ; BOATRIGHT, ELIZABETH MABEL Co ora o Springs, Colorado j BOGOTT, LAWRENCE Boulder, Colorado s e 81 BRACE, BARBARA Piedmont, California BRANDON, ANN Akron, Ohio BRIDENBAUGH, MARY ALICE BRIDGES, JACK E. Billings, Montana Goodland, Kansas BROCKWAY, BERTA RUTH Boulder, Colorado BROOKS, MARCIA Denver, Colorado BROWNING, BRYAN D Salt lake City, Utah BURCH, JANE Tulia, Texas BURNARD, LOUISE Denver, Colorado BURNS, JENNIE RUTH Climax, Colorado CAMERON, GLADYS Denver, Colorado CAMPBELL, CATHERINE ...._. Steamboat Springs, Colorado CAMPBELL, BARLEY M. CAMPBELL, MARJORIE .. CARDINAL, PEGGIROE .. Denver, Colorado .. Long Beach, California Littleton, Colorado CARPENTER, GRACE _ Cortez. Colorado CARSON, BEVERLY Elizabeth, Colorado CASPER, NORMA JEAN Boulder, Colorado CLARK, MARY JO Homewood, Illinois CLASSEN, KENNETH G. Lewistown, Montana CLAY, JEAN CEBULSKI, STANLEY COLE, PEGGY .. Shamrock, Texas . Pueblo, Colorado Boulder, Colorado COLLIER, GEORGE DURWARD Colorado Springs, Colorado COLSON, STANLEY R Denver, Colorado CONNELLY, MAXINE Denver, Colorado COOK, HERBERT Denver, Colorado COOPER, ALBERT ALAN Colorado Springs, Colorado sa COOVER, WM. MORNS COVEY, JOYCE CRAIG, JACK L CRAIN, JEANNETTE DAL PORTO, R. A. Kinsley, Kansas _. A tnarillo, Texas Denver, Colorado Golden, Colorado Oakley, California DAVIS, JEROLD Portland, Oregon DA VIES, PRISCILLA Denver, Colorado DEFFENBAUGH, ATHA Golden, Colorado DELISTRATY, JOHN Portland, Oregon DETWEILER, MARGARET Twin Falls, Idaho DINSMORE, ERMA MAE Haxton, Colorado DOLE, DOROTHY ANN Wheatridge, Colorado DOUGHTY, JANE Springfield, Colorado DOUDEN, CATHERINE _ Denver, Colorado DOWNING, BETTY _ Wichita, Kansas DRAKE, MARTHA JOANNE Boulder, Colorado DRIER, WAYNE Heming, Colorado DUMAN, LOUIS J. Denver, Colorado DUNBAR, WILLIAM R Denver, Colorado DUNHAM, L. EDITH Boulder, Colorado EASTMOND, JEFFERSON Salt Lake City, Utah ECHTERNACH, MARGUERITE Grand Lake, Colorado ECHTERNACH, VIRGINIA Palisade, Colorado EDMUNSON, CHARLES Tulia, Texas EDMUNSON, MILDRED ANNA Akron, Colorado EDWARDS, DONALD V. Englewood, Colorado EGGERT, EMIL H Denver, Colorado ELZI, BETTY JEAN .1. Erie, Colorado H B 83 J5 f F ENEWOLD, LEE R. EWELL, CLAIRE ..... Denver Colorado Ardmore, Oklahoma Pueblo, Colorado FARABEE, BETTY JANE FELKNER, BARNETT F Sterling, Colorado FISHBURN, EDWIN ROBERT Denver, Colorado FISHEL, JEANNE . Denver, Colorado FLETCHER, JANE Pueblo, Colorado FOSTER, CLYDE W. FOSTER, DORIS ... FOSTER, NADINE FOWLER, LEON Long Beach, California Loveland, Colorado ._, Boulder, Colorado Denver, Colorado FRISBIE, CHAUNCEY OSBORN . Highland Park, Illinois GARDNER, MAURICE GARST, BARBARA ..... GATLIN, BILLIE GIANNINI, JOHN L. GIBBS, JOHN W. GONS, HELEN ... Portland, Oregon Douglas, Wyoming Duncan, Oklahoma ... Portland, Oregon GOODMAN, STANLEY N. GOODYKOONTZ, ANNA . GRAVES, BARBARA GREENO, DOROTHY JANE GREGG, JANE _..... GREGSON, POLLY . ... Denver, Colorado .. Waynesville, Ohio ... Denver, Colorado .. Boulder, Colorado Denver, Colorado .. Boulder, Colorado Loveland, Colorado Chicago, Illinois GREMMELS, KATHRYN RUGH Waterloo, Iowa GREY, DOROTHY LOUISE Evanston, Illinois GRIFFITH, MARY JANE _ Ketchum, Idaho GRIFFITH, PATRICIA JANE Rock Springs, Wyoming SpP lip 84 GRIFFITHS, MARTHA ANN GROSH, DONALD S GRUFKE, DON R. GUISE, IRENE Canon City, Colorado Portland, Oregon Portland, Oregon Grewsten, Kansas San Diego, California Portland, Oregon HAHS, ORRIE A HALL, DAVE HALLIDAY, JEAN _ Quincy, Illinois HAMMERSTROM, MARGARET OLIVE Billings, Montana HANKS, BARBARA HASKINS, BETTY HAYDEN, JULIAN REED HESS, DOROTHY Denver, Colorado .„ La Junta, Colorado Estes Park, Colorado Sioux City, Iowa HIATT, JEAN Amarillo, Texas HITCHCOCK, HESTER Golden, Colorado HOLDEN, MARY Boulder, Colorado HOLTZ, BETTY LOU ; Uporte, Colorado HOWARD, JANE Salt Lake City, Utah HOWELL, ADA BETH Denver, Colorado HOY, HUGH Boulder, Colorado HUBBARD, LUCY JANE INNES, MYRNE IRWIN, ROBERT JACKSON, PHYLLIS JACOBS, JANET RUTH JEWELL, MAURINE JEFFERY, EDWARD R. Colorado Springs, Colorado Sutherland, Iowa Sheridan, Wyoming ... Boulder, Colorado Fostoria, Ohio JOHNSON, BARBARA ANN JOHNSON, JEAN .... Denver, Colorado Roseville, California .... Denver, Colorado Cheyenne, Wyoming (JIOA ' w- ' - mmi ' ' -.. ; ' 85 JOHNSON, PHILIP CHESTER Ft. Morgan, Colorado JOHNSON, WAYNE ALBIN Greeley, Colorado JUDSON, MARGARET Long Beach, California KARBATSCH, FLORINE -. Denyer, Colorado KEARNEY, GEORGE KELLNER, HELEN .... Denver, Colorado - Chicago, Illinois KING, DONALD DIETRICH Denrer, Colorado KING, MARIAN LUCILLE Arlington, Virginia LAW, ANABEL Colorado Springs, Colorado LEE, PHYLLIS Denver, Colorado LILL, JEANNE _ .._ Denver, Colorado LING, SARAH Pueblo, Colorado KLINE, CHARLES ANTON Rifle, Colorado KNOX, WILLIAM RAYMOND Ft. Morgan, Colorado KUH, LOUIS MORTON Chicago, Illinois LAMBERTSON, GLEN Delta, Colorado LISCO, DICK ...._. LOCKE, VELMA WYNNE LOHMANN, JOAN Golden, Colorado De Deque, Colorado Grand Island, Nebraska LONGNECKER, LETTIE .- Arvada, Colorado ' LOVE, MARTHA JANE Colorado Springs, Colorado McARTHUR, ROBERT Ner ton, Kansas McCABE, MARY Dolores, Colorado McCORD, MARGARET MARY _.... Ames, Iowa McCOY, MARGARET Denrer, Colorado McFIE, RUTH ELOISE Walsenburg, Colorado McINTYRE, GERALDINE Helix, Oregon McKEE, ANNE B. Los Angeles, California 86 MacKIMM, BARBARA _ Chicago, Illinois McKINLEY, WILLIAM Burlington, Colorado McLaughlin, WINDELL LLOYD ._ Cameill, Montana McNAMEE, ROSE Austin, Texas MADIGAN, JEAN Denyer, Colorado MAHONEY, MARJORIE Tolna, North Dakota MARKEY, LORETTA _..... Golden, Colorado MARTIN, BETTY JO El Paso, Texas MARTIN, MARGUERITE GALE ... Albuquerque, New Mexico MARYE, PATTY SUE ._... Denver, Colorado MERCIER, OLIVETTE Durango, Colorado MILLER, CHARLES KEITH Greeley, Colorado MILLER, JIM R Portland, Oregon MILLER, MARY JEAN Chicago, Illinois MILLHOFF, WILLIAM Clayton, New Mexico MINDEN, JOHN RICHARD Nampa , Idaho MINER, KATHERINE L _..... Garden City, Kansas MINTON, CAROL Dallas, Texas MOHR, WESLEY GEORGE Laramie, Wyoming MOORE, DORIS Santa Fe, New Mexico MORGEY, RUSSELL Boulder, Colorado MORRIS, DONALD IRA _ Manitou Springs, Colorado i MORSE, GEORGE DODGE Trinidad, Colorado MUIR, PATRICIA ANN Santa Fe, New Mexico MULLER, JANE PRESTON Denver, Colorado MULLER, JOAN STEPHENSON Denver, Colorado MURFIN, JO ANN . Adams City, Colorado NAKAGAWA, HARRY M Denver, Colorado 87 NEWCOMB, MARGARET E Monte Vista, Colorado NEWELL, ROSEMARY Belle Fourche, South Dakota NITTA, WILLIAM S - Del Monte, Colorado OLMSTEAD, NADINE -...- -- Denver, Colorado OLSON, EVA JEAN .._ „ Pagosa Springs, Colorado OLSON, RUTH ANN Arvada, Colorado ORR, BETTY .. Chicago, Illinois OTTO, WILLIAM B. Denver, Colorado DWELLS, ELIZABETH JEAN Brighton, Colorado PADDOCK, JOHN R Boulder, Colorado PALMER, THELMA Cedaredge, Colorado PANNELL, MARGARET Denver, Colorado PATRICK, PATRICIA Portland, Oregon PEASLEY, PHYLLIS Lcveland, Colorado PELLISH, HARRIS - Denver, Colorado PERKINS, JEANETTE Mitchell, Nebraska PERKINS, MARY ELIZABETH Denver, Colorado PERSTEIN, MILLARD H San Francisco, California PETERSON, BERNICE MARIA -- San Jose, California PETERSON, PETER E. . -- Portland, Oregon PETHERAM, MYRTLE _ Pueblo, Colorado POLLOCK, CHARLES B - Grand Junction, Colorado POSS, VIOLA TERESA Boulder, Colorado POWELL, KEITH R. Moscow, Idaho PRATT, JOAN - „- Idaho Springs, Colorado] PRICE, BETTY JEANNE - -- Denver, Colorado PRZYGOCKI, A. CAMILLA . - Hamtramick, Michigan PUCKETT, JALAN M Arlington, Texas S f llplnp 88 Rapid City, South Dakota .. Denver, Colorado QUARNBERG, ADELE RAYBURN, CHALMERS J RENBERG, CLAIR Colorado Springs, Colorado RICH, ELIZABETH _ Denver, Colorado RICHARDS, SHIRLEY _ Bakersfield, California RIGGS, FRANCES D. Denver, Colorado ROBERTSON, THOMAS EARL Jr. _ Brush, Colorado ROCKEY, SUSAN ._ „ Steamboat Springs, Colorado ROMINGER, HELEN Saguache, Colorado ROOK, JACK S Boulder, Colorado ROPER, LESTER V. Denver, Colorado ROYER, DAVE LEWIS Greeley, Colorado ROYLANCE, ROBERT Salt Lake City, Utah RUEB, NORMA St. Francis, Kansas RUPP, HOWARD -- Satida, Colorado RUPPELT, JEAN MARIE Grundy Center, Iowa RUSSELL, KEITH D SACHTER, LEWIS S SAKELARIS, GUS .. SALZAR, WILLARD M. SAUL, CATHRYN JO . SAVAL, MARION SAWHILL, WILLIAM P. SCHWIND, SUZANNE . Grand Junction, Colorado Pueblo, Colorado Portland, Oregon Denver, Colorado Douglas, Wyoming Battle Mountain, Nebraska 5 . Francis, Kansas Davenport, Iowa Palo Alto, California - Elko, Nevada SCOFIELD, PAT SCOTT, BONNIE MARIE SCOTT, GEORGE E .. La Junta, Colorado SCOTT, HELEN Clinton, Iowa gli 89 SCRUBY, RALPH EDWIN Longmont, Colorado SEITZ, GLORIA Dtnyer, Colorado SELF, RUTH _.. Denyer, Colorado SEYLER, MARION - Denver, Colorado SHEPPARD, JAMES I Monte Vista, Colorado SHIELDS, BETTY LOU _ -... Sterling, Colorado SHUMATE, MARJORIE Fort Garland, Colorado SHULTZ, PEGGY Pocahontas, Iowa SIGGARD, JOHN ALBERT Salt Lake City, Utah SMILEY, MORSE W. ...„ -.,. Brush, Colorado SMITH, BETTE BELLE Palo Alto, California SMITH, JANE BROOKINGS Big Horn, Wyoming SNYDER, ELOISE Hardin, Montana SOBOL, BEATRICE D. Denver, Colorado SORENSON, BERYL Vallejo, California SOUTHARD, MAYRA JEAN Hot Springs, South Dakota SPARE, PAULINE Boulder, Colorado SPIEGLEMAN, RUTH Denver, Colorado STALOS, CONNIE , Alliance, Nebraska STANLEY, DORIS _ Denver, Colorado STARKS, BETTY LOU Dodge City, Kansas STEPHENSON, MARYLYN Littl eton, Colorado STINTON, JOHN E Brush, Colorado STONE, DIANE Boulder, Colorado STRAIN, ANNA MAE STRAIT, ADELYN WILMA . La Junta, Colorado Pueblo, Colorado STRATTON, JEAN Denver, Colorado STRIEBY, CHARLOTTE ANNETTE Pueblo, Colorado m t M Am S ftC ' « ijLf u .f , r i Fll ' f ' m wu . -»« s n i m J ilnf i J 1 s 90 SWEDLUND, NORMA LEE Surlmg, Colorado SULLIVAN, MARY ANN Denver, Colorado TAYLOR, DONNA LEE Boulder, Colorado TAYLOR, VIRGINIA _ Denver, Colorado TELK, PATRICIA Denver, Colorado TERRETT, VIRGINIA _ ,_ _... Billings, Montana THOMPSON, DOROTHY _ Pueblo, Colorado THOMPSON, JEAN A. _ _.... Denver, Colorado TODD, HAROLD J _. „ Denver, Colorado TODD, HORACE Portland, Oregon TOMLINSON, BETTY .._ Ardmore, Oklahoma TOWSE, MARY JANE Mitchell, Nebraska TRILLING, DALORES Denver, Colorado TUCKER, BETTY JANE Denver, Colorado ULLRICH, RAYMOND C Denver, Colorado UTGARD, PATTI :. Dallas, Texas ' VANDERWILT, WM. K Denver, Colorado VAN VALKENBURGH, ALICE MAY.. Chickasha, Oklahoma . VARNER, WALTER W Wheatridge, Colorado VENUTI, ROBERT Bayfield, California I VERNER, ROBERT JOHN Denver, Colorado j VIK, TRYGVE S. ... Springfield, Oregon ! VOGLER, HARRY W. Denver, Colorado VON ROSENBERG, KATHY Washington, D. C. WADSWORTH, JEAN Barberton, Ohio WALSH, BARBARA Denver, Colorado WALTEN, RICHARD K Denver, Colorado WANGBERG, ANNE Colorado Springs, Colorado 91 Amarillo, Texas Akron, Ohio WATSON, K. BERT WELTNER, WILLIAM WELTY, CHARLOTTE ANN Custer, South Dakota WHEELER, BETTY Wanwatosa, Wisconsin WHEELER, VIRGINIA . WHITE, PATRICIA H. WHITE, STELLA Wanwatosa, Wisconsin - , Piedmont, California Jackson, Tennessee Boulder, Colorado WILLIAMS, KEITH DUANE WILLIAMS, LENORA ELLEN - Romney, West Virginia WILLIAMS, RALPH PARK Karsville, Utah WILSON, JOHN H. - Denver, Colorado WILSON, MEDORA Denver, Colorado WILSON, ROLLIN WISE, KENNETH VIRGIL WOELBING, BETTY ..— WOODS, NELLIE WYATT, RICHARD D - ZANCANELLA, FRANK C. Grand Junction, Co lorado Ft. Morgan, Colorado Denver, Colorado . El Paso, Texas Central Point, Oregon Denver, Colorado SpP JUPH 92 ACHENBACK, CATHARINE „ Julesburg, Colorado ALBRIGHT, DORIS MARION Wheatridge, Colorado ALEXANDER, ANN .. - Denver, Colorado ALFORD, MARY ..— West Orange, New Jersey ALLEN, FRANK DE -- Akron, Colorado ANDERSON, ELEANOR Fort Warren, Wyoming ANDERSON, ERIC Petaluma, California ARBOUGH, MARGIE Pueblo, Colorado ARBOGAST, GEORGE FRANCISE .. Padroni, Colorado BACHMAN, JANET _. .- - Denver, Colorado BAKES, CECELIA . _. Pinedale, Wyoming BALOWS, GOLDIE Colorado Springs, Colorado BAMBERGER, ELOISE BARBAR, ROMAINE .. Salt Lake City, Utah -. Denver, Colorado BACKER, CONSUELO Chicago, Illinois BARKER, PAUL H Denver, Colorado BARNETT, KATHERINE BART, CLEONA _ Wichita, Kansas Los Angeles, California BASHOR, EUGENE Casper, Wyoming BEACHER, MAYBELLE Bartlesville, Oklahoma BECHTEL, STEPHEN D. JR. Oakland, California BEEMAN, DOROTHY Denver, Colorado BEHRENDT, REES Kansas City, Missouri BESS, ERVIN S Denver, Colorado BERGE, MARGARET C. BERRY, SHIRLEY BEVANS, MILDRED V. BILLINGS, ALICE MARIE ... Denver, Colorado ... Denver, Colorado Morrison, Colorado .... Denver, Colorado 93 BLANCH, JACQUELIN _ Denyer, Colorado BOISE, CHARLES Roseburg, Oregon BONNY, JOE VINCENT Salt Lake City, Utah BOOZER, MARY KATHRYN . Idaho Falls, Idaho BORETTI, JOAN Highland Park, Illinois BOSTON, BEVERLY ! Denver, Colorado BOWEN, HAROLD Magna, Utah BRADFORD, BLAINE Blanding, Utah BRERETON, DON St. Louis, Missouri BRIN, LEON S. Ft. Dodge, Iowa BROWN, BEVERLY .._ Denver, Colorado BROWN, MARY ELAINE Denver, Colorado BROWN, MELANIE St. Louis, Missouri BROWN, ROBERT _..... Denver, Colorado BRUMITT, BERNICE Hays, Kansas BUCKHELZ, R AYMOND Denver, Colorado BURCH, HELEN SCHUKE Chicago, Illinois BURCHAM, BETSY Denver, Colorado BURGOIN, HOPE Omaha, Nebraska BURNER, PEGEE Cheyenne, Wyoming BUSH, ARTHUR H Denver, Colorado BUTTERFIELD, VIRGINIA Denver, Colorado BUSH, KAY Glen Ellyn, Illinois CALLENDARE, WILLIAM C. Los Angeles, California CAMP, MARGARET Bartlesville, Oklahoma CANDLER, CHARLENE Denver, Colorado CARLSON, DONNA ROSE ...._ Ft. Lupton, Colorado CARLSON, EDITH ELAINE Brighton, Colorado 94 CARNAHAN, LENA RUTH CATHEY, HELEN Palisade, Colorado . Denver, Colorado CHAMBERLAIN, JANE _, _. Albert Ua, Minnesota CHAMBERLIN, MARY COLETTA Casper, Wyoming CHISHOLM, PATRICIA E El Paso, Texas COLLINS, CLAIRIE A. Grand Rapids, Michigan COLLINS, PATRICIA Denver, Colorado COMER, ADRIAN Pueblo, Colorado COOVER, JOANNE Kinsley, Kansas COREY II, PETER JON Unsing, Michigan CORNWALL, GERALD DALE Modesto, California CRASS, DOLORES Denver, Colorado CRAWFORD, DORIS MAY CRAWFORD, JEAN CROCKETT, JANE Broomjield, Colorado . Oakland, California Olathe, Colorado CURTIS, ELIZABETH MILDRED Sedalia, Colorado CUSHING, MARY LOU Oak Park, lUmois CUSHMAN, PEGGY Evanston, Illinois DAHLIN, JOAN Denver, Colorado DAVIDSON, KENNETH Leadville, Colorado DAVIS, DOROTHY Brighton, Colorado DAVIS, EILEEN Brighton, Colorado DAVIS, SARAH LOU El Paso, Texas I DAY, JEAN ALLENE Greeley, Colorado DICK, BETTY JEAN Walsenburg, Colorado DILLOW, JEANNE Hugo, Colorado DODD, MARILYN Longmont, Colorado DOHNER, PAMELA Forest Hills, Nerv York 96 DOLBERG, RICHARD CARL Denver, Colorado DUKES, VARTA _ ._ MiMeton, Ohio DUMM, LAURA JANE . _ Denver, Colorado DUNCAN, ROBERT LOUIS Akron, Colorado DUNN, DONNA _. Kit Carson, Colorado DUNN, HELEN LOUISE _..... Boulder, Colorado EATON, KATHRYN PAULINE Torrington, Wyoming EDMONDSON, HARRIET _... Akron, Colorado EGGERS, HOMER .... Farrar, Missouri ELLIS, MAE DENE Rocky Ford, Colorado ENGLE, FAITH Denver, Colorado ERZINGER, ALLEN LEE Vancouver, Washington ESPINOSA, FELICE Espanola, New Mexico EVANS, JEAN Del Norte, Colorado FADEN, CHARLINE K. Henderson, Colorado FARNEY, MARJORIE Denver, Colorado FARRAND, JANET Denver, Colorado FASHBOUGH, FRANCES Garland, Utah FIELDS, FRANCES Greeley, Colorado FINLEY, LAWRENCE MERLE _..... Wiley, Colorado FITZPATRICK, ELEANOR Oak Park, Illinois FLETCHER, JOHN C. Klamath Falls, Oregon FORDHAM, AUDREY Gunnison, Colorado FOX, CONNIE Fowler, Colorado FOX, EDWARD J _. Denver, Colorado FREEMAN, ANN _ _ Greeley, Colorado FRISBIE, CLEO Powell, Wyoming FUERST, CHARLES EDWARD _.- Greeley, Colorado J n ti " 06 FULTON, RUTH Dtnyer, Colorado FURBECK, VIRGINIA __ Glen Ellyn, Illinois FEREDAY, JOY ELAINE Pocaiello, Idaho GALLAGHER, SHANNON _.... GUnwood Springs, Colorado GASSER, SUZANNE Pocatello, Idaho GAVAGAN, MARY ALICE _.. . Rocky Ford, Colorado GERARD, JANE _..... Golden, Colorado GERLACH, PATRICIA Torringlon, Wyoming GILBERT, PEGGY GILHAMS, JANE .. GILHAMS, JEAN .. GIRARD, ANN GLEICH, BEVERLAE CECELIA GOOLD, RICHARD GORDON, ELIZABETH . .. _ _ - Hinsdale, Illinois Wynnewood, Pennsylvania Wynnewood, Pennsylvania Brighton, Colorado ..- Champaign, Illinois Englewood, Colorado ..- — - Boulder, Colorado GORDEN, STEPHEN ARTHUR Denver, Colorado GORE, ISABEL ALICE Walsenburg, Colorado GORSUCH, JACQUELINE _ Climax, Colorado GORTHY, ANNA DAURENE St. Francis, Kansas GRAF, PATRICIA _...._ _ Boulder, Colorado GRAHAM, EDWIN KEITH _.. Rye, Colorado GREENWOOD, LAURA RUTH Stratton, Colorado GRIEP, VICTOR ... Berthoud, Colorado GRIFFITH, CONSTANCE AMELIE Denver, Colorado GRILLS, ALICE Denver, Colorado GRILLS, MARY Denver, Colorado GRISHAM, JESSIE LEE Trinidad, Colorado GROOMS, PHYLLIS V Akron, Colorado CU 97 npi Mm Hf f ' ' ■ 1 B A " ni ' A i I jl m ' n i % uMlM. MviM m 9 H k IB U B H lU B coum| GROSSHEIDER, RICHARD „ - Ferguson, Missouri GROTBECK, ALICE -- „ Salt Lake City, Utah HAGAN, RUTH .- - La Grange, Illinois HAHNEWALD, VIRGINIA - _ - Denver, Colorado HALL, RUTH G. Pueblo, Colorado HAMMOND, CALVIN -,- Denver, Colorado HANAGEN, FRANKLIN LEO -. Swink, Colorado HANDLEY, ELENOR Denver, Colorado HANKINS, KATHRYN Egnar, Colorado HANSON, ARCHIE Beverly Hills, California HANSON, GAYLE -- Denver, Colorado HARDY, DALE WALTER Sturgis, South Dakota HARKIN, JAMES PATRICK Billings, Montana HARVEY, DOROTHY ANN Colorado Springs, Colorado HAYES, MARGARET ANN Palo Alto, California HAYES, RUTH ANN Twin Falls, Idaho HEFLEN, WILLIAM A. Redwood City, California HEISERMAN, EMMA LOU - - Arriba, Colorado HENDRICKS, J. E -.._ Sharon, West Virginia HICKMAN, LOU Boulder, Colorado HILL, MARGARET Greeley, Colorado HILLNER, GRETCHEN NORMA -- Schenectady, Nerv York HOFFMANN, JANE Hartsdale, New York HOLM, LA VERNE H Chicago, Illinois HOLTZMAN, NANCY Rochester, New York HOUK, KATHRYN Las Animas, Colorado HOUSE, MARGARET J Cripple Creek, Colorado HOWELL, MARY ESTHER Corpus Christi, Texas 98 HOWIE, HELEN Denver, Colorado HUNGERFORD, BARBARA .. Denrer, Colorado HUDSON, MILDRED R _ Albuquerque, Nery Mexico HYLAN, ANNE Boulder, Colorado IGASAKI, MASAO JR. Boulder, Colorado INGRAHAM, WINIFRED ....„ Madisor:, Wisconsin JACKSON, BETTY . _ _ Denver, Colorado JACKSON, ELINOR Rocky Ford, Colorado JACOBSON, RUTH M. Albuquerque, New Mexico JAMES, ELEANORE Estes Park, Colorado JARVIS, JAMES ANDREW Glenwood Springs, Colorado JOHNSON, CHARLOTTE Gunnison, Colorado JOHNSON, JOANNE JOHNSON, NORVILLE .. JOHNSON, RONALD E. JOHNSTON, JEAN Longmont, Colorado Aha, Oklahoma Wallace, Idaho — Fort Morgan, Colorado JONES, CHARLIE MARIE JONES, JOYCE JONES, VIRGINIA JUDD, EDMOND JAMES .... Dalhart, Texas . Denver, Colorado Elko, Nevada Denver, Colorado KAMINSKY, ESTELLE Denver, Colorado KEIRNES, PATRICIA Wellington, Colorado KELLY, MARILYN . Hardin, Montana KENDALL, JEAN Mitchell, Nebraska KENDIG, A. EDWARD _ Wheatland, Wyoming KENNEDY, CLAIRE Kansas City, Missouri KERMAN, MARY Pasadena, California KIEHNA, ESTHER MARIE Billings, Montana 99 KINGDOM, BETTE -_ _. _ Denrer, Colorado KISSICK, IRENE „ Fort Collins, Colorado KISSLER, BETTY JANE - _. Ault, Colorado KLINE, DORIS Idaho Springs, Colorado KNOX, WALLY loveland, Colorado KOUNTZ, MARGARET ANN Walsenburg, Colorado KRIER, SHIRLEY Wahenburg, Colorado KRIM, BETTY Denver, Colorado LACKNER, EDWARD JOEL Denrer, Colorado LAFF, SEYMOUR Denver, Colorado LAMBERT, VELMA JUNE La Junta, Colorado LANNERT, ELIZABETH Skokie, Illinois LaRUE, LOIS LEE .. LARWILL, SUSAN LEDBETTER, LOY . LEHMANN, JAN .. LEIGHT, HAROLD CHARLES Longmont, Colorado Pasadena, California University City, Missouri Des Moines, Iowa Denver, Colorado LEVOE, SHIRLEY . Denrer, Colorado LIEBERMAN, DON Brooklyn, New York LEVY, NORMAN _ Denver, Colorado LIGHT, WAYNE RUSSELL LIGHTHALL, LOIS LILLENGREN, JOAN LINDBERG, PATSY ... .. Lamar, Colorado Denver, Colorado .. Chicago, Illinois Denver, Colorado LOCKHART, JANE Miami Beach, Florida LUNDBLADE, HELEN LAVERNE Idaho Falls, Idaho LYNCH, MARY KAY ...._ Des Moines, Iowa MacKNIGHT, jane _. — Englewood, New Jersey ■} wiAh lOO MAICH, BURT Leadyille, Colorado MADISON, ERNEST SIDNEY Denver, Colorado MANGOLD, LUCIA ....- Leadville, Colorado MARCY, JANICE _ Ashland, Nebraska MARQUAND, KENNETH EARL Denrer, Colorado MARSHALL, HELEN MARIE Kremmting, Colorado MARTIN, EMMY LU Carlsbad, New Mexico MASON, JACQUELINE _ __. Brighton, Colorado MAUCINI, HELEN NOEL Wichita Falls, Texas McALPINE, LOIS -„. ._ Dallas, Texas McBEE, La VERA JEAN Longmont, Colorado McCABE, MARILYN Pueblo, Colorado McCLEARY, ELAINE Ordvay, Colorado McCLINTOCK, MERRILL Gross Point, Michigan McCUISTION, MARY JEANNETTE Fowler, Colorado McKERLIE, JUDITH Lewiston, Montana i McKINNON, ROBERT FORD Denver, Colorado McMURROUGH, JESSIE JEANNE Leadville, Colorado ; MILEK, DAVID Omaha, Nebraska I MILLER, GERALD MELVIN Denver, Colorado MILLER, MARY CATHERINE Palo Alto, California MITCHELL, CONSTANCE La Veta, Colorado MONTGOMERY, DOROTHY JEAN Stratford, Iowa i MORRISON, BARBARA ....._ Denver, Colorado 1 MUELLER, MARK Denver, Colorado MYERS, VIRGINIA .._. ._ Denver, Colorado I NASH, NATALIE JEAN Leadville, Colorado j NEILL, ORA -. Evanston, Illinois ( J iwv " tH lOl opi NEISLER, HELEN NICE, JANET - A ult, Colorado - - Chicago, Illinois NICHOLAS, JACK Casper, Wyoming NICHOLS, DIXIE Boulder, Colorado NOLAN, GERALDINE _ Trinidad, Colorado NYLEN, WILLIAM E Douglas, Wyoming OCHS, CALVIN MARVIN Perryrille, Missouri OHLER, HAZEL Denver, Colorado OLDS, JOAN - - Grinnell, Iowa OLSON, ILAMAE . _ Pagosa Springs, Colorado OLSON, IRENE Boulder, Colorado ORR, THOMAS Denver, Colorado OTTE, OLIVE MAE PADGETT, JESSAMINE PARKHILL, MARIE Littleton, Colorado Center, Colorado „ Denver, Colorado PAUL, DOROTHY LLEWELLYN ._ Texico, Nerv Mexico PAYNE, DONALD T. PEARCE, PATRICIA ... La Junta, Colorado Des Plaines, Illinois PERKINS, JOHN JOSEPH PETERSEN, CATHERINE PEW, DORIS VIVIAN ... PLATTS, HARVEY N. ... PLETCHER, KATHRYN Grand Junction, Colorado Berthoud, Colorado La Junta, Colorado ... Boulder, Colorado Yuma, Colorado POMERANZ, MORRIS STANLEY _. Denver, Colorado PRESLEY, ELOISE Gallup, Nejf Mexico PRINGLE, MARY MAE La Junta, Colorado PROCTOR, GERALDINE _. Loveland, Colorado PROUTY, JANE Denver, Colorado 102 QUERY, MARIE RAMSTETTER, DON Benedict, Nebraska .. Golden, Colorado RAPALJE, VIRGINIA .-.. _ Pueblo, Colorado READ, LUANA River Forest, Illinois REED, MARY FRANCES „ _. Chicago, Illinois REES, THOMAS HENRY Alamosa, Colorado RITTER, ROBERT J Pueblo, Colorado ROHRS, DOROTHY ELLEN Denver, Colorado ROMER, KATHRYN Holly, Colorado ROSS, BETTY Oakland, Iowa ROTHSTEIN, ROBERT Nej York, New York RUEGGEBERG, ERNA Dmver, Colorado RULER, SALLY Greeley, Colorado RUNYAN, ELS A Artesia, New Mexico RYMILL, SHIRLEY LOIS Lusk, Wyoming i SAUNDERS, WINNIFRED H. -. Grenada, Mississippi SAWYER, TWILA MAY Monument, Kansas SCHEMMEL, JOAN Denver, Colorado SCHNEIDER, MILTON D Ellenwood, Kansas SCHON, GERRY Highland Park, Michigan SCHRADER, ERNESTINE Trinidad, Colorado SELANDER, RUTH _ _..... Denver, Colorado SHIKAMURA, ALICE Boulder, Colorado SHINN, MARJORIE Lamar, Colorado SLONECKER, ROBERT N Leadville, Colorado SMITH, ADA MAE Denver, Colorado SMITH, ADDIE MAE Leadville, Colorado SMITH, FRANCES Denver, Colorado 103 SMITH, MICKEY SMITH, NORMALEE SNIEDER, ROSE Scottshlujf, Nebraska Manitou Springs, Colorado - Joliet, Illinois SOMMERS, BEVERLY MARIE Denver, Colorado SPEAR, BETTY LOU SPERRY, HAZEL SPROUL, BEVERLY „ STANLEY, XENIA .... Cheyenne, Wyoming .... Denver, Colorado . Worland, Wyoming Denver, Colorado STANTON, NORMA JEANNE ._ . Denver, Colorado STEELE, BETTY .. ....._ Dalhart, Texas STEEN, CRETE Scottsbluff, Nebraska STEPHENS, ELIZABETH JEAN Denver, Colorado . Kirkwood, Missouri . Midwest, Wyoming Atherton, California Denver, Colorado STEPHENS, MERWYN STEVENS, CLARENCE STEVER, CAROL STOVALL, MARJORIE . STRELTZER, TOBY MAE Denver, Colorado SWAN, SHIRLEY . North Platte, Nebraska SWEENEY, GERTRUDE Bartlesville, Oklahoma TALPERS, STANLEY J Casper, Wyoming TAVEL, HOWARD STANLEY Denver, Colorado TERRETT, PRISCILLA Billings, Montana THOMPSON, SHIRLEY _ Denver, Colorado TODD, ROSE MARY Pueblo, Colorado VAN VALKINBURG, BETTY Chickasha, Oklahoma VINING, MARJORIE _..... Denver, Colorado WAECHTER, RUTH Yuma, Colorado WAHLBERG, LOIS ._ Denver, Colorado J „suMX 104 WALKER, THOMAS ROBERT Denver, Colorado WANDEL, ALAN _.. Denver, Colorado WARNER, JEANNE FRANCES Dayton, Colorado WATROUS, CAROL MAY Pueblo, Colorado WATTS, DWIGHT BAYER WEDEBERG, VIRGINIA WEINER, STANLEY WELSHMEYER, JOHANNA WELTNER, PATRICIA WHITE, MIRIAM ... Denver, Colorado ... Denver, Colorado -.- Denver, Colorado Oakland, California Akron, Ohio Brush, Colorado WHITE, PEGGY JANE Denver, Colorado WHITTEN, VIRGINIA M Saguache, Colorado WHITTENBERG, CATHERINE J. Trinidad, Colorado WILEY, DONALD G. Brookings, Colorado WILLIAMSON, DOROTHY Cantonsville, Maryland WILSON, LEE . South Bend, Indiana WILSON, MARIE Tulsa, Oklahoma WILSON, ROBERTA Chickasha, Oklahoma WOOD, NORMA _ Colorado Springs, Colorado WOODBURY, MARTHA _ ..._ Boulder, Colorado WOODS, ELINOR _. Salida, Colorado WOZNEY, GILBERT PAUL Denver, Colorado WREN, MARGARET E _. Brooklyn, New York YOCHES, ROBERT Denver, Colorado YOST, MELBA .._ Detroit, Michigan U 105 PROFESSIONALS io« ▼ Front row — Jenkins, Currigan, Freed, Wilkinson, Chikasuye ▼ Second row — Shrimpton, Biering, Reese, Cohen, Gillespie ▼ Third row — Kikel, Freeman, Shermack ▼ Fourth row — Angle, Dillon, Margolis, Mattlson, Turner, Gallegos ▼ Fifth row — Henderson, Bosley, Bowen ▼ Top row — Watson, Dear, Hart, Horther, Balleisen, Rocchio SCHOOL OF LAW OFFICERS OF THE BAR ASSOCIATION Wilbur Rocchio President William Justus Wildinson -— —. Vice-President William McCarthy - Secretary-Treasurer PROFESSORS Milton Green, Acting Dean B. S. Galland W. R. Arthur Frederick Storke Mrs. Cicily Sherwood, Librarian MEMBERS Parley E. Anderson Wallace W. Angle Robert Balleison Viola M. Biering Maurice Bosley Stephen Bowen Elmer Brittain Clesson Chikasuye Albert Cohen Barry Currigan Elizabeth Dillon Thomas Doar Kathryn Freed La Verne Freeman Albert Gallegos Ruth Gillespie Louis Hart David William Horther Jack Jenkins Matthew J. Kikel William McCarthy Duchess McCarthy Bernice Margoles M?.s. Mary Mattison Kenneth Mundt Annette Reese Wilbur Rocchio Gordon Shermack Worth Shrimpton M " vS. Hester Turner Peter Watson Robert Wilkinson William Justus Wildinson Mary Yeager Henderson 107 SCHOOL OF MEDICINE The school of medicine, located in Denver since 1926, and using the facilities of Colorado General Hospital, is participating in a joint military program under the direction of both the Army and Navy. The students are proceeding with the same, though greatly accelerated, curriculum with the addition of two military classes a week similar to those given in basic training. The Army is a separate unit under a special commandant and his staff, and the Navy is under the direction of the Navy unit in Boulder. The civilian students are under the same curriculum minus the military classes. Upon graduation the Army students will be allowed to take civilian interneships and the Navy men will be given a Navy interneship. SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Walter D. Thurston President James R. Wood Vice-President Karel V. Toll — - Secretary-Treasurer Thomas Stjernholm (Chairman) Honor Committeeman Alvin p. Miller Honor Committeeman SENIORS Back Row R. B. Bridenbaugh J. S. Clutter E. P. Waddell R. M. MORRELL J. F. Dyde W. D. Thurston R. B. Walker M. Gersh S. M. White G. C. TWOMBLY T. S. Varian Third Row E. M. Maul H. A. Kline A. S. RUMLEY G. M. Boyden H. P. Thode E. K. Davis L. M. Benjamin W. E. Afton R. J. Schwarz F. W. TiLLOTSON W. D. Stancil Second Row N. A. Evensen N. C. Morgan L. S. Frank A. E. Demshki W. V. LOVITT C. J. HiPPS J. J. Button D. J. Greiner M. Stein j. c. lombardi J. R. Wigton W. T. Edmundson T. Stjernholm A. C Eastlake J. P. Witt K. V. Toll Front Row H. E. Dexter R. E. NixoN G. C. Eckhardt V. W. Curry E. P. Pickett ' Q «.■ Fronf row — Inmon, Dunklee, Dunklee, Taguchi, Hershey, Flanagan, Honaker, Bograd, Shields, Shelby, Millett, Wood Second row — Howry, Wheeler, Cohenour, Johnson, Hauptmann, Hunter, Hilderman, Perkins, Love, Wierman, Philpott, Bennion, Berrey Third row — Hix, Cowen, Johnson, Alexander, Trainor, Husfed, duRoy, Mickey, Dumars. Atkins, Kicenski, Williamson, Myatt ■ Back row — Johnson, Lockard, Zuagg, Wikle, Watkins, McCallum, MacCorquodale, Lubchenco, Roemmich, Boyle, Edwards, EIzi, Roberts JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Robert B. Shelby President Gordon M. Wheeler Vice-President Richard T. Hunter --,.. __ Secretary-Treasurer LoREN J. Mickey Honor Committeeman SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Donald L. Becker President James W. Barber Vice-President Robert D. Mertz — Secretary-Treasurer AuTREY R. Croke Honor Committeeman Front row — Barth, Beatty, Gladman, Zariengo, Duncan, Roberts Sato, Croke, McMillin, Moody, Levine r Second row — Kennison, Stiles, Bliss, Jacobson, Becker, Towbin, Powell, Forman, Bivens, Clarke, Richards, Whitaker Third row — Reitemeier, Lightburn, Ott, Mabray, Graham, Campbell, Holt, Stuver, Leyda. Dixon, Kelsall, Pfefer, Hills, Gibbon Back row — Greenwood, Schoen, Campbell, Parker, Mertz, Liddle, Lapan, Hicks, Barber, Smith, Smith, Rider, Wolfson, Bowling 109 Front row — Troy, Smith, Stein, Ryder, Malone, Castetlano, Blatnik, Peterson, Sastaw, Edwards, Monroe, Olsen Second row — Tipton, Coiietto, Kent, Green, Bartee, Balderston, Gelfman, White, Moult, Rothenberg, Shelby, Riggall r Third row — McCreery, Hopkins, Phillios, Weidman, Linton, Greenhaigh, Basinger, Brown, Bronfin, Tyor, McCallin, Blackwood, Miller, Hedblom Back row — Johnson, Sinton, Strain, Ryan, Bates, Abrums, Jardine, Mueller. Strickey, Tayfor, Alberg, Witt, Williams, Yockey, Collopy, Sanborn, Brinkhaus, Schewayder, Hoyle, Hoffman, Winter FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Stephen A. Castellano President W. Dale Peterson Vice-President Eleanor F. Blatnik Secretary-Treasurer James C. Yockey Honor Committeeman no SCHOOL OF NURSING BOULDER DIVISION The University of Colorado, which has been offering courses for nurses since 1898, now has a forty-five month combined academic and professional basic curriculum leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing. It was developed between 1941 and 1943 to assist in meeting civilian and military war needs. Further expansion of the School of Nursing program at that time included post-profes- sional preparation for graduate nurses in public health nursing, institu- tional supervision, administration, and teaching. The Nursing Club of the Boulder division was reorganized in July to include several of the largest pre-nursing classes in the history of the school. STUDENT NURSING ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Mary McCord _... President Betty Davis Vice-President RoMAiNE Barber „ Secretary Charlotte Sp angler Treasurer Cleo Frisbie Publicity Nancy Embree Social Committee Mrs. Henrietta Adams Loughran Faculty Advisor AftaBlMS AB B!! " jyi.lM»ftW8«in Front row — Spangler, Dunn, Rueggeberg, Dmsmore, Nichols, Clark, Arnell, Anderson, Jenkins, Ress, Grisham, Hudson, Woodbury, Lill r Second row — Wilson, Price, Slenker, Davis, Hoffmann, O ' Donoghue, Stephens, Marshall, Grotbeck, Lockhart, Swan, McCuistion, Sales, Howard, Lundblade Third row — McBee, Montgomery, Gleich, Hahnewald, Fordham, Walker, Sperry, Sawyer, Abbott, Crass, Crawford, Boozer, Denton r Fourth row — McCord, Collins, Barber, Frisbie, Winchester, Cades, Hirama, Pinamont, Carnahan, Marcy, Smith, Van Valkenburgh, Mangold, Kiehna, Bart, Bridenbaugh, Roberts, Hammerstrom, Jaramillo, Morrison, Jones, Green, Wren Back row (Graduate Nursing Students) — Schul+i, Nelson, Robinson, Patzer, Earhart, Smith, Price, Seamount, Rhudy, O ' Connell 111 SCHOOL OF NURSING DENVER DIVISION The school of nursing, increased in size about 50 per cent due to the large demand for nurses, offers its students one year of pre-clinical work on the Boulder campus followed by two years and nine months of clinical training in a Denver hospital for a degree from the University of Colorado. The school of nursing is participating in the United States Cadet Nurse Corps program. Such a program provides many students who have completed two semesters toward a B.S. degree maintaining a " C " average and who agree to remain in civilian or military nursing for the duration with an opportunity to finance their nursing education as well as a chance to do a great service during war time. STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS Eleanor Sheesley - President Ruth Jane Scott Vice-President Cora Mae Young _•. Secretary Eleanor Evans Treasurer CI ass Class Representatives Faculty Sponsors Senior Loretta Sharp Junior, Section I -_ Mary Knerr Junior, Sectioa II Benarda Meehan Sophomore, Section I Jean McDonald Sophomore, Section II Carol Kessey Cynthia Van Blarcom Edith Hoff Louise Wright Mary Ella Gilmore Elizabeth Harris SENIORS ▼ Top row — Akiyama, Burris, Convery, Funatake, Hayashi, Head ▼ Second row — Iwata, Jansen, McLachlin, Pointon, Sayre ▼ Third row — Scott, Sharp, Sheesley, Uhl, Wagner JUNIORS Sections I and II ▼ Top row — Jones, Tribby, Knerr, Ramsey, Nickel, Jones, Kondo ▼ Middle row — Newman, Webber, Hine, Ruble, Shank, Evans, Wencel, Young ▼ Front row — Blair, Sakamoto, Kumabe, Hill, Ennis, Meehan, Popisil, Sakamoto, Van Doren DPHOMORES Section I Ij row — ' lucre, Stephenson, McDonald, ic , Cottrell, Fields, Stocker, Shimiiu Kddle row — tor, Witbeck, Zurick, Curtie, •jer, Starr, Parks, La Salle, Whitmore Fnt row — f( , Bane, Underman, Tickel, Craig, rion, Tanrta, Lathrop, Clark Vi? « SOPHOMORES Section II ▼ " Top row — Beye, Kessey, Humphrey, Byrd, Tennille, Brown, Swenson, Britt, Dudley, Nakagawa ▼ Middle row — Graham, Cheney, Holt, Hurja, Curtis, Hellbusch, Brown, Smith, Hogarth, Hutton ▼ Front row — Porter, Davies, Takaki, Heter, Kroeger, Grissom, Hitchcock, Lowe, Powell 113 STUDENT ACTIVfflES 114 ill 1 1 Ch. §L. i L. Q. Operating under a new constitution, which was adopted by the students last spring, the A.S.U.C. Commission, stu- dent governing body, has had more powers and more worries than it has ever had before. The most notable work of this commission was the proposing of an honor system which will be put into final form and be voted on by the students in the next A.S.U.C. elections at the end of summer terms. The commission was faced with the problem of securing student interest in University affairs during a war when many of the students were not attending the University of their choice. Four members of the commission, including the stu- dent president, were Navy men. It had to interpret the new constitution, which was written by people who had since been graduated; it had to make precedents in carrying out the provisions of the constitution; it made a group of by-laws which made carrying out the pro- visions easier for them and for commissions to come. This commission sponsored Navy Days at the end of sum- mer term — with a dance, football game, rally, and torchlight parade — ; it sponsored U.S.U.C. dances on various weekends and the grand New Year ' s Ball; and it was behind the Stu- dent War Council ' s patriotic activities. At the end of the November term, it made the constitu- tion fit a wartime schedule by initiating two proviso amend- ments to last for the duration. One permitted V-12 students to vote; the other changed the term of commissioners from one year to two semesters. 116 Associated Students of the University of Colorado CL. S " It. C ' C ' ynrmAAiomhA, 1%X ' ll-lt- ELECTED Clark Kistler President WiLBERT Jamison Vice-President Elaine Blomgren James Dumm Lou Hart Francis Kracha David Lightburn Betty Nash Barbara Owen Betty Leslie Starr Marcia Strong William Utlaut William Vanderwilt EX-OFFICIO Vivian Marinoff John Stinton Mary Louise Barker Raymond Johnson Norman Pluss George Eckhardt WAR COUNCIL Ted Drake iir INDEPENDENT STUDENTS ASSOCIATION COUNCIL im-im Alice Nelson President Dick Beidleman John Stinton Vice-President Joseph Chinn Lenore Westermann - Secretary Betty Nash Treasurer P. Raymond Johnson . A.S.U.C. Commissioner Alan Basinger Celeste Parr A.W.S. Representative Marjorie Parks Athletic Director James Bull Joyce Spencer Publicity Director Kenneth Wise Dance Manager Raymond Johnson Class Representatives: Wilburt Jamison Senior Janet Rankin Muriel Maddock Irene Eastin " I Junior James Bull J John Biles David Lightburn Sophomore Florence Hart J Margaret House 1 Freshman John Stinton J Margaret Ogier Dormitory Representatives: Robert McArthur Men ' s Dormitory Rose Weisman . Women ' s Dormitory Marjorie Kincaide George Stark Navy Representatives Sam Anderson SPONSORS Professor Benjamin S. Galland Professor and Mrs. A. J. McNair Italicized names held position earlier in the year. ▼ Top row — Bull, Eastin, Hart r Second row — Jamison, Johnson, Lightburn ▼ Third row — McArthur, Nash, Pair ▼ Fourth row — Rankin, Spenser, Stark ■ Bottom row — Stinton, Westermann, Wise 118 THE REEVES OFFICERS Ted Drake :. President Ann Brandon Vice-President Tom Sera Secretary John Stinton Council Representative Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McNair Sponsors Reorganized this last year, the Reeves are a larger group than ever before and have been given greater re- sponsibilities. The purpose of the organization is to act as a contact body between the I.S.A. council and members of the independent student body at large. One of its main accomplishments for the year was the task of organizing the campus into districts. Much help was given by this group in assisting with the I.S.A. dances. In addition, members of the Reeves served on the com- mittees which made possible the very successful formals. THE REEVES Alba Bales Pat Banks Pat Behrens Mildred Bevans Pat Bickford Betty Boatright Frances Boblits Cora Louise Botts Ann Brandon, Vice-Pres. Virginia Butterfield Mary Jo Clark Walt Clark Frank DeAllen Mary Edith Delaney Marion Denton Ted Drake, President Mary Edith Drexel Robert L. Duncan Harriet Edmundson Mildred Edmundson Mary Ehnbom Julia Fonda Mary Alice Gavagan Pauline Giarratano Helen Gons Herman Heidt Alva Hill George Hirschfeld Jane Hoffman Mary Holden Winifred E. Ingraham Rose Wiesman Grace Johnson Marguerite Johnson Esther Kiehna Glen Lambertson Sarah Ling Evelyn Lunn Helen Lundblade Robert McArthur Betty Lou Muth John Perkins Dona Polich Mary Pringle Pat Roberts Ellen Rohrs Helen Rominger Norma Rueb George Scott Mary Ann Seibold Marie Self Tom Sera Evelyn Sprague Adelyn Strait John Stinton Boyd Summers Fred Thornton Edna Vinci Cathy Von Rosenberg Helen Waldo Fred Weaver Louise Wilson Judy Wing 119 COMBINED ENGINEERS OFFICERS H. J. McKeever President J. B. PoHLENZ .„ .- Councilman T. R. ViCK Roy - Councilman R. A. Wood _ .— Councilman Each student who is regularly registered in the college of Engineering at the University is a member of the combined Engineers. The governing body of this organization consists of a president and three other students who made up the student executive council. These students are elected from the senior class every other term by the members of the combined Engineers. The functions of the government in the Engine School rest in the hands of the Combined Engineers. Formerly the Applefest and the annual Openhouse on Engi- neers ' Day were sponsored by this group, but these events have been forgotten for the duration. Again this year, however, they sponsored the Engineers ' Ball, the theme of which was the Club Coloneer. The quarterly publication, Colorado Engineer, is also sponsored by the combined Engineers. 120 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS The " B " school, which usually devotes its time to train- ing financiers and executives for the future, departed from the business world long enough to go all-out for their two leading social events. They had an evening of fun at the annual Fall Frolic during the intercession, at which time the jean clad guests had cider and doughnuts and square dancing. The winter banquet too was a memorable occasion. The business school also boasts of Beta Sigma, honorary business society, and its two publications, Ticker Tape, and the Blotter. OFFICERS Edith Ireland President Marian Riley Vice-President Maxine Barrett Secretary Kenneth Foote — - Treasurer The Business School Board of Directors included the above officers plus the Junior Representatives, Jane Moore, and Robert Stovall. 121 SENATE Conforming with the changes in the University schedule, A.W.S. Senate is now operating on a three semester basis, and as a result, has found it necessary to make a number of readjustments in its function of gov- erning women students. However, with emphasis on keeping things normal, it again sponsored the A.W.S. Vaudeville, its annual desert party, and the installation banquet for old and new members of Senate and House of Representatives. SPONSORS Dean Lydia L. Brown Miss Mary Ethel Ball Miss Therese Stengel MEMBERS Mary Louise Barker President Ann Nowell Vice-President Bea Bloom Secretary Frances Riggs Treasurer Alice Nelson Chairman of Activities Marcia Strong — Chairman of Housing Charlene Millikan Chairman of Loan Fund Kathryn Peabody Chairman of Orientations Jane Morgan Social Chairman Adele Hopfinger Chairman of Vocations Celeste Parr Independent Representative Mathilda Broida Y.W.C.A. Betty Leslie Starr U.W.C. Thanet Schureman IV.A.A. Vee Marinoff ■ Panhellenic Margaret Detweiler Spur 122 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES With its chief function being to keep in constant contact with all women on the campus, the House of Representatives is composed of one member from each sorority and an equal number from independent groups. Such items as A.W.S. elections and sign-out regulations fall under their jurisdiction. MEMBERS Independents JuNEVA Brown Mildred Sturdevant Martha Proctor Betty Griffith Elizabeth Muth Virginia Lacey Boulder Independents Clara Belle Saunders Rebecca Gore Woman ' s Club Mary Mosley Cannpus Club Jane Mundell International House Alma Thornton Dorm Presidents Marjorie Kincaide Marcia Strong Celeste Parr Wanda Colburn Sorority Dixie Lee Boyer Margaret Gayes Betty J. Baldwin BiLLiE Hall Shirley Bennetts Betty Rich Adele Quarnberg Flara Stein Dorothy Koepper Caryl Holter Nadine Olmstead 123 C- Wl. QshnML u. 124 125 anxL UhLLMA This year, more than ever before, the Artist ' s Series has succeeded in obtaining many talented artists who have presented entertaining and enUghten- ing performances to students and townspeople. From beginning to end the season was a blaze of colorful performances which included Sigmund Romberg, the Don Cossack choir, Helen Jepson, Shaw and Drake, Albert Spalding, Aaron Copeland, Paul Manship, and Dorothy Maynor. As well as celebrated artists, noted speakers on current controversial topics have been brought to the campus due to the superb efforts of the convocation committee. Among these prominent speakers were: Listen Pope, Eduard C. Lindeman, John W. Amesse, and Wendell L. Willkie. Campus professors also spoke at inspiring convocations. The committee climaxed its work by having Dean Ivan C. Crawford of the University of Michigan speak at the senior convocation. 127 I f:: --- ..j:S S[r h i ' ; ' v»»W, St;»W ' )K v jV ' ,(, Mi rn mf. In these times of flash bulb rationing, film deficiency, paper shortage and metal scarcity, the task of producing a yearbook assumes Herculean heights. I mention this by way of explanation, not rationalization, in the hope that the readers of this annual will bear with me and the staff in our at- tempts to make this Coloradan a true depiction of a college campus undergoing the changes of a total war. It is my sincere hope that these changes and some of the spirit of the Boulder that will ever remain a haven to its students have been captured in these pages. A myriad of thanks go to Elaine, who carried on so well when I left, to Fran, Toni, Pat, Norma, Warren, Popcorn, Poosie, Adele, Jean, and Russ — they each did a wonderful job — and to all the others on the staff who co- operated in making this year ' s book possible. Kaki COLORADAN EDITORIAL STAFF Kathrin Pool Elaine Blomgren Editor Associate Editor ASSISTANT EDITORS Norma Robb Administration Toni Sinnett Life at C.U. Pat Paris . Class Section HiDEKO Sasajima Organizations Warren Garst Sports Section Adele Quarnberg Fraternities and Sororities Jean Zeigler Art Ann Newell Copy Editor Barbara Garst Typing Ruthann Hayes Proof-reading Russell Morgey Photography Sub-Editors Mary Lou Johnston Activities Gene Perkin Assistant Sports William Morrow Nary Section GENERAL STAFF Jim McCoy, Pris Rodman, Virginia Hastings, Jackie Broquet, Kathy Douden, Joan Muiler, Jane Muller, Maxine Whitely, Ada Mae Smith, Lois LaRue, Jean Hassinger, Sue Shansey, Phyllis Lee, Mary Alice Bridenbaugh, Mary Louise Johnson, Jo Dimes, Katherine Kemp, Estelle Kaminsicy, Barbara Graves, Adelyn Strait, Joan Allen, Dorothea Collins, Marguerite Echternach, Mary Alice Gavagalc, Rosemary Newell, Patty West, Ellen Bardwell, Jean Bygel, Lawrence Strand, Harry Vogler, Alice Grills, Loretta Markey, Kay Bush, Virginia Furbeck, Sara Lou Davis, Jane Prouty, Patsy McMahan, Betty Jo Martin, Muriel Schlessinger, Jane Chamberlain, Marleah Kaufman, Dorothy Stalder, Barbara Hanks, Florence Shaeiler, Dick Hines. 134 BUSINESS STAFF The duties of the business staff usually deal with matters monetary, but this year they had an even greater task in their drive for subscriptions when so many of the civilian students left school. They did a marvelous job in boosting the Colo- radan subscriptions, and interesting the navy in the yearbook. Frances and her staff did a fine piece of work, and the editorial staff thanks them for their efforts. MANAGING HEADS Frances De Beukelaer ._... Business Manager Eleanor Brickham _ _ Associate Manager OFFICE STAFF Daurine Weiss Office Manager Janet Bachman, Dorothy Bceman, Mildred Bevans, Jackie Blanch, Helen Dunn, Pat Gerlach, Anne Hylan, Eleanor Jackson, Lois Lighthall, Luane Read, Ernestine Schrader, Gloria Seitz. COLLECTIONS STAFF " Maurine Jewell _ Collections Manager Eileen Charlesworth, Mae Dene Ellis, Donna Rae Foellmer, Polly Gregson, Billie Hall, Margaret Hammerstrom, Patti Sue Marye, Jeanne Lill, Pat Muir, Jackie Saliba, Joan Schemmel, Doris Stanley, Betty Tucker. SALES STAFF Lou Ella Wachob Sales Manager Marguerite Echternach, Marcia Farley, Jean Hurst, Elsie Lenzini, Harris Pellish. ADVERTISING STAFF Howard Meyers Peter Corey, Assistant. Adrertising Manager 135 SILVER and GOLD Twice a week the Silver and Gold comes out. It has accommodated itself to lack of news during the eventless first eight weeks of the summer term and to too much news for its wartime tabloid size for the rest of the summer term and for the terms following it. The Silver and Gold has sponsored the cigarette drive for men overseas and university students have cooperated by dropping nickles in containers adver- tising the campaign. Although, editorially, it was against the honor system during the summer and November terms, it played up the efforts for an honor system and offered space for guest editorials favoring the honor system. The Silver and Gold has cooperated with the Student War Council, Red Cross, and given good coverage in face of losing the editor, sports editors, and other staff members to the war effort. Nona Niethammer Editor EDITORIAL STAFF John Quimby News Editor Betty Linger _... City Editor KiRBY KiSTLER ._.__ Sports Editor Barbara Jeanne Jessup Society Editor Vivian Marinoff Assistant News Editor GENERAL STAFF NEWS REPORTERS: Adelyn Strait, Ruthann Hayes, Cleo Fris- bee, Betty Lou Muth, Margaret Hill, Betty Rich, Ann Freeman, Irene Olson, Dorothy Webber, Mary Alice Gavagan, Joan Schemmel, Jeannette Grain. NEWS ASSISTANTS: Barbara Porter, Adele Quarenberg, Vir- ginia Wheeler. SOCIETY REPORTERS: Muriel Schlessinger, Jo Pratt, Nadine Olmsted, Berta Ruth Brockway, Claire Collins, Beverley Brown, Joan Lillengren, Betty Dick. SPORTS REPORTERS: Don Gunther, Don Ramstetter, Richard Clark, Jim Hammond, Mary Jane Griffith. 136 BUSINESS STAFF Persis Emmett . Business Manager Harry Vogler Assistant Manager Marian King Advertising Manager Marie Wilson 1 Collections Managers Marilyn McCabe J Robert Vandegrift Mary Mosley George-Ann Johnston Jean Jones Shirley Nord BoBBE BrADSHAW Beverly Baker Distribution Managers Accountants Secretaries SOLICITORS Eleanor Fitzpatrick, Pat West, Rosemary Todd, Patsy McMahon, Margaret Lee Crosman, Donna Long, Bill Vanderwilt, Vernon Poehles, Ben Brown, Sally Link, Charlie Marie Jones. DISTRIBUTION ASSISTANTS Kay Bush, Paula Pratt, Mary Jane Towse, Virginia Furbeck, Elinor Jackson. 137 Knots and Fathoms, the newest publication, is now in its third successful year. It is primarily for the N.R.O.T.C., who have made it one of the University ' s outstanding magazines. The Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps ' semesterly publi- cation includes news of all the naval training groups on campus, and its jokes, pictures, short stories and articles make it a magazine of all- around interest. KNOTS and FATHOMS EDITORIAL STAFF Don Campbell Editor Henry Winter Business Manager Sylvan Kaplan Advertising Manager Robert Linstedt Art Editor Alva Hill 1 o r m Harold Reese -- - ' " Photographers Darwin Schmitt OFFICER ADVISORS Lt. Commander H. D. Goldy Lieutenant E. P. Mills GENERAL STAFF Palmer Carlin, Herbert Coston, Kenneth Foote, John Hoaglum, Roger Ireland, James Murphy, Roy Scott, John Sutthoff, Ted Warshauer, Robert Weil. 138 DODO EDITORIAL STAFF William K. Vanderwilt Editor-in-Chief Shirley Briggs 1 Rose Weisman [ - -- - - Managing Editors DoROTHEE Rogers J James R. McCoy Assistant-to-the-Editor Mary Grills ] Luana Reed [ -- Fashion Editors Joan McElin J GENERAL STAFF Dorothy Heiss Black, Adelyn Strait, Barbara Garst, Barbara J. Jessup, Roger Ireland. •A This year ' s Dodo is the same old bird with new ideas which include much publicity of campus characters, the local banquets, and many other use- less but amusing bits of information. It, too, has done its bit toward upholding campus morale by keeping the students chuckling. BUSINESS STAFF Pan Castle Business Manager Ellen Bardwell Assistant Business Manager Bobbie Bradshaw Circulation Manager Jane Ellis 1 Exchange Editors Charmion Briggs J Gere Norberg 1 Office Manager Mary Moseley „ Publicity Manager Helen Kellner j Advertising Managers Barbara Fencer X39 Published four times a year, the Colorado Engi- neer boasts a greatly increased circulation and a wide following among its readers, both engineers and others on campus. The aim of the staff is to publish a magazine which keeps up to the minute on the latest develop- ments in science. In addition,- it carries current news of Engine School as well as items concerning famous alumni from the school. Headed by an outstanding editor and business manager, the Engineer lives up to its reputation as one of the outstanding campus publications. Colorado Engineer EDITORIAL STAFF Bill Utlaut Editor Warren Tilton . Assistant Editor Herb Johnson News Brief Editor Phil Dykstra Campus News Editor John Geiger Alumnews Editor Barnett Felkner Staff Assistants Doug Trego BUSINESS STAFF Chuck Hutchinson Business Manager Lyle Beattie Assistant Business Manager Fred Sims Denver Advertising Manager Warren Cross Circulation Manager GENERAL STAFF Lawrence Bogott, Don Breteton, Hob Potter, Robert Junge, Milt Schneider, Oliver Hall. FACULTY ADVISORY BOARD F. A. Eastom, Chairman W. S. Beattie R. L. Downing C. L. Eckel W. S. Nyland C. H. Prien 140 WINDOW EDITORIAL STAFF Kay Freed Editor Suzanne Wilson 1 W. J. Fulton i Editorial Board Philip Domenico J BUSINESS STAFF Josephine Auner Business Manager Chris Schoen ' . Publicity Manager Barbara MacKimm, Betty Orr, Suzanne Kassler, Nancy Ingerson, Mira Anderson, Joan Pratt, Dorothy Stalder, Jean Bygel, Phyllis Lindholm, Sue Wilson. Harris Pellish . Advertising Manager Patty Telk, Marilyn Kelley, Caryl Holter, Joyce Covey, Norm Leavy. Feature articles, modern sketches, poetry, and short stories distinguished the Window, a Uterary publication, from the other campus magazines. It has given students who are interested in writing an opportunity to display their talents. Con- gratulations to the staff through whose efforts it is becoming one of the cultural forces at C.U. Jane Daughty : Secretarial Manager Mami Chase, Carol Watrous, Betty Owells, Beverly Carlson, Sally Ruler, Doris Pew, Jean Crawford, Dorothy Reed, Ann Kountz, Joyce James. Marguerite Echternauch Circulation Manager Sarah Keith, Loretta Markey, Anne Wangberg, Ruth Fulton, Lee Wilson, Mary Kay Lynch, Betty Robinson, Maurine Jewell, Adrienne Comer, Shirley Flanagan, Mary Lou O ' Neil, Mary Kerman, Felicitas Espinosa, Peggy White, Connie Mitchell, Helen Cathey, Billy Hall, E. J. Gamer, Jane Gerard, Shirley Nord. 141 LITTLE THEATER The Little Theater has once equaled, and surpassed its record for senting stimulating and interesting produc- tions featuring capable student talent and ably directed by E. J. West. The season began in October with the hilarious comedy " Here Today " by George Oppenheimer. In direct contrast was the production in De- cember of Robert E. Sherwood ' s current drama on war-torn Greece, " There Shall Be No Night. " In February the audience was impressed with the splendid performance of Mr. West in the title role of " Uncle Harry, " a psychological horror play by Thomas Job. Mr. West, the director, the actors, stage and make-up crews have done an excellent job in presenting worthwhile and varied plays to the University audiences. 142 143 BANDS This year, for the first time, the Men ' s Marching Band, as well as the Symphonic Bands, have been predominately Navy. We have welcomed to our organizations many fine players from many states and they have made great contribu- tions as individuals. The Men ' s Band with a membership of 85 performed as usual for the home football games in addition to rallies and weekly Navy Reviews in the Fall and Spring seasons. It upheld in a convincing manner the traditions of the University Bands of former years. The All- Women ' s Marching Band of 72 players was slightly larger than last season ' s organization and was again, as in its first sea- son, received cordially by the campus at large, and more than enthusiastically by the service men on the campus. This Band shared the half time period at football games with the Men ' s Band, and combined with them at nearly every game to make one large unit of 160 players. The Winter Concert was played by the two Symphonic Bands, one with a member- ship of 110 and the other with 60. A feature of the concert was the playing of the " Rhap- sody in Blue " with Howard Walz (of the College of Music Faculty) as piano soloist. The Spring Concert featured the music of Shastokovitch, and a concerto for Tym- pani with brass choir accompaniment. Barney Quick was soloist. This concert brought to a conclusion a very active and successful year. n 144 D E B AT E Although Debate has had to discontinue much of its usual work this year because of transportation difficulties, this organization has still been very active and has played a prominent role in campus activities. In November, representatives of the group attended the Rocky Mountain Parlia- mentary Conference on post war planning in Salt Lake City, Utah. Frances Krache, Ted Drake, Margaret Detwieler, Rose Wiesman, George Creamer, and Mr. Murphy were the delegates to the conference. The forum committee, which was insti- gated last year, was established more firmly this year by this organization which sponsored several forums during the year on such sub- jects as the honor system, taxation, and Rus- sia. These forums proved to be very popula r with students and faculty. Because of the success of the radio pro- grams which they presented last year. Debate carried out this project again in the spring. Members prepared panel discussions on cur- rent topics which were broadcast from a Denver station. The topics were: War Marriages, The University Student Looks at the Problem of World Organization, The University Student Looks at the Problem of Racial Minorities, What To Do With Germany Following the War, and Eighteen- Year-Olds and the Ballot. This year, as always. Debate has carried on work of which they should be proud, and the organization has participated in new, worthwhile projects. Frances Kracha Acting Debate Manager George Creamer Chairman of Campus Forum Committee SPONSORS Dr. Richard Murphy Dr. Elbert Harrington DEBATORS George Creamer Margaret Detweiler Rose Weisman Jeannette Teller Bill Grubbs Frances Kracha Polly Ann Castle Dotty Grey Meredith Harlan Ruth Gillespie Ted Drake Erwin Feinstien Jim Hammond James Gail ACTIVITIES Leslie Friedman Flora Stein Dorothy Rogers Worth Shrimpton Nancy Shaw Daurine Weiss Celeste Parr Trip to Rocky Mountain Forensic Meet before Christmas — held in Salt Lake City this year — -participants: Drake, Weisman, Detweiler, Creamer, and Kracha. Radio broadcasts being prepared for Spring quarter. Student Campus Forum Committee put on a number of forums on Honor System, freedom of the press, etc. Committee: Creamer, Castle, Harlan, Gillespie, Kracha. Forensics Committee (A.S.U.C.) : Kracha, commissioner; Grey, and Creamer; Dr. Murphy, Dr. Garnsey, and Dean Arthur. 145 146 147 On the first of July, the Naval college training unit, V-12, will have been on the campus one year. A crack outfit, in studies and Naval science, the unit is composed of over nine hundred men who hope, upon completion of their college training, to be sent to midshipman school for brief training before receiving their commissions. To stay with the unit, a trainee must keep up a passing grade average, and show that he is exerting himself. However, if a man fails in this, or to comply with the regulations imposed upon the men, he is promptly separated from the unit and sent to " boot camp " where he receives his basic training in seamanship, and to await orders to active duty. The V-12 ' s, as they are commonly referred to, are quite a mixed group, having in their midst not only the uninitiated apprentice seamen, recently of the civil populace, but several second-class seamen who have been through boot camp, and quite a number of first-class seamen and rated men who have seen duty with the fleet, and even a few who have service rib- bons and decorations to prove it. 148 71. (H. 0. J. C- The first of the Naval units to arrive in Boulder, the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps has proved its worth many times over by the number and the calibre of the officers turned out since its initiation. Under the supervision of some of the best officers in the Navy and the Naval Reserve, many of whom are Annapolis graduates, the unit graduates many men at the end of each semester who are as competent and as well versed in naval science as their eminent instructors. Smart, in their black uniforms and gold braid, it is hard for the layman to distinguish them from officers; however, they lack the gold braid on the sleeves, the shoulder boards, and the commissioned hat device. If the officer candidates in train- ing units all over the nation are as well trained and well- educated as those on our campus, we need have no apprehen- sions about the quality of the officers of our Navy. 149 V lk ■ w l H H ■ ■ ■■■ BL 3 V _ li 1 ■1 S jT " ' ' ' g7 , p 1 1 T vf •1 f ' v- ' ■ " ' m H Kii 3 IBH r F 1 ir ■ f%A Hg ' ■ Hk " m J In Bhl jK j mmmMj I m l i f ■tl 1 w " H 1 AVYl DISTINCTIVE SHEU. UACKWOSEHHIBIi 3UmqjULaqiL Since the advent in June, 1942 of the Navy Language school to the University of Colorado campus, six classes have been graduated and others so far advanced that during the summer months, one group will leave for active duty every month. Under the teaching and guidance of the " sensei " the officers in the Japanese language school have knuckled down to learn in fourteen months what was formerly considered to be a course for several years of intensive study. Attending classes a minimum of four hours a day, and spending a re- quired nine hours a day on preparation, they soon begin to con- verse in Japanese among themselves, until it becomes second nature. The main qualification for the course is a minimum of three years of college, a slight matter of having a degree with a Phi Beta Kappa standing. ISO IX)CU)QA. An integral part of the nation at war, the Waves on the campus are filling, or training to fill positions left by men needed more vitally elsewhere. At present, there are seven enlisted Waves and two Wave officers on duty with the supply office of the Navy, as well as a large number of Wave ensigns in the Japanese language school, and four senior Wave officers in charge of these trainees. On July 21, 1943, this first class of women language students began work in the language school as Naval agents, and were later commissioned officers in the Waves. Quartered in several fraternity houses near the campus, leased by the University, it is not an uncommon sight to see one or more Waves " inhalin ' a ' coke ' " over on the hill, look- ing very smart and chipper in their smooth, blue uniforms and pert little hats. 151 TyLajdnndu p Future officers in what is probably the world ' s most vaunted fighting force, the United States Marine Corps, the men in the class M-3 are taking the same courses which they would ordinarily take in peace-time preparation for their chosen life ' s work, plus courses in naval and military science and battle tactics to prepare them for their respective places in the organization. According to established custom, many of the officers of the Marine Corps are taken direct from civil life, as most of these were; but in this case the education of the individual, the expenses, etc., are " on the house " and the trainee assured of a commission upon completion. Quartered in the men ' s dormitory along with the students in the Japanese language school, a few can usually be seen out in front of the dorm engaging in some particularly rugged sport such as touch football or tiddle-de-winks. Easily dis- tinguished from the units of the Navy by their sharp, green uniforms, they are the center of attention whenever they appear on campus, especially of the female population. 152 I fladJuD Hearing the completion of its second year on the Uni- versity of Colorado campus, the Radio School remains among the hardest working of the Naval Training Units on the sta- tion. Learning da-dits and dit-das eight hours on week days and four hours on Saturdays is a painstaking and probably, at times, tedious business, but they always seem to keep the ball rolling. Sixteen weeks of hearing da-dits, writing them down and sending them back, entitles the trainees to a third- class radioman ' s rating, and further training in a more ad- vanced school. The smokers which are held from time to time for graduating companies are ingenious and highly amusing in their make-up. All sorts of attractions are featured, from Indian dances, to boxing and wrestling bouts, and attendance is enthusiastic. Many of the men who were here on the campus last year when the Coloradan was published, are now overseas on the far-flung battle fronts fighting, not only for their country, not only for their lives, but (we hope) for the University of Colorado. 153 ObvCohpA. On May 10, this year, the last class of Naval aviation cadets, of the V-5 class entered the University to begin their pre-flight and primary training for the Naval air force. The Navy Department has announced that the class will be dis- continued when the present course is completed. Hard work- ing and highly trained to meet the exacting requirements of the Navy, these men, while on this campus have begun the long and arduous task of becoming the most efficient and deadly fighters in the world. From here they will be ordered to an advanced base where they will undergo further instruc- tion in flying faster ships, and all of the other fundamentals necessary to the completion of their training. Quartered in the armory just east of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity house, the cadets have had to adhere to more rigid regulations in respect to liberty, than the other training units on campus, but all to the ultimate end of becoming individual nemeses to the rising sun. 1B4 155 Mary Lou Barker Our smiling Miss C.U. Elaine Blomgren " Eli is Publication ' s Pride " Nona Niethammer 4, The brains behind those S G editorials 156 Alice Nelson Friendly and fun is the I.S.A. president Barbara Owi-n Hesperia ' s efficient president Margaret Detweiler Star of Spur Persis Emmett A versatile gal is she. In almost every activity Charlene Milliken Credit for a successful A.W.S. Vaudeville Jane Morgan " First Lady " of Mortar Board Betty Nash A smile for all has this Women ' s Club president Katherine Peabody Marcia Strong Charming chairman of orientations committee She rules A.S.U.C. with a firm but friendly hand B. J. LeslieStarr A.S.U.C. secretary is: Ted Drake 1 C.U. ' s victory-minded war council chairman James Dumm Sumalia president, and a swimmer too! Bud Jamison Famed for those A.S.U.C. dances Rav Johnson His activities? — everything! Norman Pluss An all ' round man. Interfrat president John Stinton Heads the independents Clark Kistler Retiring president of A.SX .C. Warren Tilton Engineer ' s brain 158 James Hammond Sumalia, S G, sports Charles Hutchinson A bright star of Little Theater KiRBY KiSTLER Flashy sport editor of S G David Lightburn Red-haired Phi Ep man Harold McKevver A crack rifle shot Doug Trego Engineer committee man Bill Utlaut The Colorado Engineer is edited by him Bill Vanderwilt Willie K— of Dodo fame 159 ORGANIZATIONS 160 i Vj ! NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL CHEMISTRY aa«,:« c-..-.f A sy .--jua|g)l -- J ▼ Front row — Vick Roy, Bickford, Pohleni, Hallett, Coon ▼ Second row — Kelleher, Ellington, Dr. Van Valkenburgh, Dr. Roniio, Malan, Johnson, Cladis, Verglllo, Patten, Pringle ▼ Third row — Conn, Overhults, Kenney, D. Griffin, Callard, Erickson, Junge, G. Griffin, VanScoy ▼ Back row — Mayhoffer, Pinamont, Ellis, Look, Norman, Williams, Glaser, Nevens, Hood, Berry Dr. C. W. Borgmann Dr. Paul M. Dean Dr. J. B. Ekeley Dr. F. E. E. Germann T. Reid Anderson Kay Berry J. Morton Bickford E. Dexter Bowman Leslie Burris Charles Callard John Cladis Eric E. Conn Minor J. Coon- James Ehl Rex T. Ellington William Ellis Harry Lee Faber Lawrence C. Farrell OFFICERS Rodwick L. Malan President Robert S. Junge Vice-President Eric Conn Reporter Thomas D. Nevens Recorder William O. Ellis Treasurer Ramon R. Hood Master of Ceremonies David Mayhoffer . Alumni Secretary Russell L. Kenney : Historian FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. C. F. Poe Dr. H. a. Portratz Dr. a. R. Ronzio MEMBERS George Glaser Dale M. Griffin George M. Griffin William Hallett Robert Holman Charles A. Hutchinson Ralph E. Johnson Robert S. Junge Linn M. Kelleher Russell L. Kenney Alfred T. Look Charles Mains Rodwick L. Malan F. David Mayhoffer Dr. H. B. Van Valkenburgh (Faculty Advisor) Dr. Glen Wakeham Dr. P. G. Worcester Thomas D. Nevens Lloyd Norman Wendell C. Overhults Allen Patten Carl J. Pinamont Jack Pohlenz R. Chalmers Porter John W» Pringle Robert Van Scoy Joseph Vergilio Thomas R. Vick Roy Lloyd D. Williams 162 CUphcL £p Uoji, (DidicL PRE-MEDICAL HONORARY •w Front row — Leon, Criswell, Crabb, Witt, Rueb, Cole ▼ Second row — Knox, Dunnan, Talcott, Huttner, Hitt, Linger ▼ Third row — Goodman, Hagerman, Clouser, Woelbing, Lunn ▼ Fourth row — Bliciiensderfer, Peery, Bloom ▼ Fifth row — Turner, Carlton, Dixon, Riggs, Saunders ▼ Back row — Pollock, Thomas, Rayburn, Johnson, Scott OFFICERS James Pollock President Chalmers J. Rayburn Vice-President Norma Rueb Secretary Betty Linger Treasurer George Scott Historian Claribel Saunders Scalpel Reporter FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. E. D. Crabb Dr. p. M. Dean Euzabeth Blickensderfer Robert E. Carlton Doyle W. Clouser Peggy Cole Lola Dixon Louis J. Duman Harris Bernhisel Cora Louise Botts Burton Eggertsen Betty Jean Elzi Seymour Grant Dorothy Greeson Dr. R. G. Gustavson Dr. O. C. Lester Dr. C. F. Poe (in Armed Forces) MEMBERS Stanley N. Goodman DwAiN D. Hagerman Mary Alice Hitt Walter A. Huttner William Raymond Knox Robert L. Leon Dr. Glen Wakeham Dr. N. F. Witt, Faculty Sponsor Betty Linger Evelyn Lunn James L. Pollock Chalmers J. Rayburn Frances D. Riggs Norma Rueb PLEDGES James Harkin Eugene Heller Mabel Inouye Barbara Ann Johnson Edward Johnson Joy Leth George Lewis Gerald Miller Patricia Roberts Ruth Ann Self Jane Smyth Beatrice Sobol Howard M. Rupp Claribel Saunders George E. Scott Robert A. Thomas Donald A. Turner Sarah Wise Betty Louise Woelbing Jack Stringham Boyd Summers Mary Taguchi Helen Tanaka Ralph Williams William Willoughby 163 AMERICAN INSTITUTE of ▼ Front row — Trego, Rockwell, Kabell, Huth, Wilson, Scanlan, Krenzel, Bristol, Utiaut, Tilton, McKeever, Detwiler, Langdon ▼ Second row— S. Cooke, Klingler, Dykstra, House, Schaefer, Prof. Palnner, Cullick, Colburn, Krupotich, Snaith, Kawata, McCosh ▼ Third row — Reed, Pillmore, McKell, Chrlstensen, Hayden, Nitta, D. Cooke, Ebersole, Caduff, Twonnbly, Griffith ▼ Back row — Carney, Kocontes, Spindler, Cochran, Mathias, Oawirs, Cross OFFICERS Douglas G. Trego . Chairman Jack A. Smith Vice-Chahman Richard E. McCosh Secretary Warren D. Tilton, Jr. Treasurer Prof. H. B. Palmer Counselor George E. Bardwell R. L. Belcher Arthur P. Borman Albert J. Bradt Everett C. Bristol Jean Carney Norbert S. Cochran D. S. Colburn D. A. Cooke Shelby C. Cooke, Jr. Wells M. Corliss Warren D. Cross Raymond T. Christensen Isaac Cullick William L. Davis William L. Detwiler Robert W. DeVore Phillip Dykstra G. E. Edens Jerome L. Flanagan MEMBERS Jackson Fuller Ben H. Griffith, Jr. Oliver K. Hall Julian R. Hayden Howard A. House Warren R. Huth Orville R. Jones Jack Kabell Byron H. Kawata Charles R. Klingler Phillip W. Kocontes Hugh M. Krenzel Edward Krupotich Laurence R. Langdon Richard E. McCosh Harold G. McKee Harold J. McKeever Robert McKell Willard W. Miller William S. Nitta Mahlon H. Norton William B. Otto Walter R. Peterson George A. Pillmore Ren Reed Robert G. Rockwell Sanford Rogoff Keith D. Russell Joseph A. Scanlan Eugene H. Schaefer Charles K. Shanks Jack A. Smith Paul E. Stoft Horace E. Todd Warren D. Tilton Douglas G. Trego John C. Twombly William F. Utlaut James S. Wilson 164 AMERICAN SOCIETY of ▼ Front row — Houghton, Robertson, Ash, Born, Gambarte-Pantoja, Wilson, Hannllton, Pavlakis ▼ Second row — Lindstedt, McDowell, Raeder, Anderson, Greenwood, Clark, Svedlund, McNalr V Third row — Graham, Dascenzo, Kasenga, Combs, Dever, Dieter, Frezieres, Eckel ▼ Fourth row — Henderson, Waggoner, Klemme, Hood, Wigand, Wahl, Hight, Thomas, Menohen r Back row — White, Crandall, Burns, Haase, Todd, Powell, Deam, Morrill, Scott, Otsuki, Downing OFFICERS William B. McDowell „. President HuGHARD W. Hight Vice-President Claude C. Klemme, Jr. Secretary John E. Combs „ Treasurer MEMBERS J. Donald Ahrendt Edgar M. Hoopes R. D. Allen Donald L. Houghton EwALT P. Anderson Wallace D. Hughes Eugene M. Ash Wilbur J. Kasenga James O. Born Hubert W. Keith Milton Bromberg Claude C. Klemme, Jr. John Allen Burns R. L. Linstedt James Chinn William B. McDowell R. M. Clark Blake Mackin John E. Combs Robert B. Mitchell Richard A. Deam Robert C. Morrill Keith L. Dever Julius Otsuki Leslie L. Dieter Emanuel G. Pavlakis Grant E. Frezieres Joseph Powell Hugo Gambarte-Pantoja Donald A. Robertson M. H. Gardner John R. Robie Leland Graham Robert E. Scott Gerald A. Greenwood Leon T. Silver Edward N. Haase, Jr. Harold J. Todd Donald E. Hamilton Wesley A. Thomas Eugene Henderson Norman E. Waggoner Hughard W. Hight Robert C. Wigand George A. Hood 16S i!iw a ' ;.M B;sg ffiWtiWlTiimrr I f AMERICAN SOCIETY OF WjudkomixjodL nqmssJiA, ▼ Front row — Garst, Tomita, Morgan, Klunker, Stark, Lustig ' Back row — Wright, Parrish, Taylor, Hughson, Martina, Bobrick, Wood OFFICERS E. B. Klunker President Al Martina Secretary Herman Heidt Treasurer Prof. W. F. Mallory .„ Faculty Sponsor MEMBERS F. Bobrick V. Parrish C. Carpenter A. Pearson V R. Fields S. Pickup W. Garst W. Sanders J. Geiger D. Schmitt H. Heidt J. Stark H. Hughson T. Taylor K. Jones A. Tomita E. Klunker T. Tsukiji S. Lustig W. Watson A. Martina R. Wood S. Morgan W. M. Wright H. Murata lee idcLSiqmjoL NORARY, INESS FOR W( ▼ Front row — Randall, Christensen, Mullenrx, Riley, Barrett, Ireland ▼ Second row — Bailer, Smith, Ellis, Tomita, Emmett, Wood ▼ Back row — LaRue, Huebner, Pyles, Scholes, Mundell Marian Riley Jane Pyles OFFICERS President Vice-President Jane Heubner Recording Secretary Maxine Barrett Corresponding Secretary Myra Smith _ Treasurer Joy LaRue Sponsor MEMBERS Marian Baller Maxine Barrett Mary Lou Bunnell Sue Carlson Mary Ellen Christensen Anita Jackson Collins Yvonne Copley Gloria DeTar Jane Ellis Persis Emmett Jane Heubner Jean Holdeman Edith Ireland LuciLE Iseminger Emma Jean Mullenix Jane Mundell AucE Nelson Despo Hassakis Pavledes Jane Pyles Alexa Randall Marian Riley HiDEKO SaSAJIMA Mildred Scholes Myra Smith Marjorie Stevens Fumi Tomita Louise Woods ler (Boot and, $pwi, QLuh ▼ Front row — Welty, Linger, E. Pratt, Lusby, Stratton, Porter ■▼Second row — Verploeg, Sparke, Martin, P. Pratt, McCIIntock, Wilson, Ganner, Fenton ▼ Third row — Keeran, Newcomb, Hammerstrom, Bradshaw, Thompson, Taylor, Moore ▼ Back row — Lewis, Schemmel, Schon, De Beukelaer, Marye, Douden OFFICERS Betty Linger President Elaine Pratt _ General Manager Jean Stratton Vice-President Marilyn Lewis Secretary Paula Pratt Treasurer Ralph Ely, Jr. Sponsor Janet Bachman Barbara Ballou Lois Blankenship Bobbe Bradshaw Frances De Beukelaer Catherine Douden Betty Downing Betty Fenton E. J. Gamer Barbara Graves Margaret Hammerstrom Betty Keeran Marilyn Lewis Patsy Lindberg MEMBERS Betty Linger Patti Lusby Marge Mahoney LiLLA May Martin Patty Sue Marye Marilyn McCabe Merrill McClintock Imogene Moore Barbara Morrison Peggy Newcomb Patsy Patrick Barbara Porter Elaine Pratt Paula Pratt Jane Prouty Ruth Selander JoANN Schemmel Gerry Schon June Sparke Carol Stever Jean Stratton Mary Ann Sullivan Ginger Taylor Jean Thompson Lydia Tukey Phyllis Verploeg Charlotte Welty Marie Wilson 168 CIVIL AND ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEERING HONORARY ▼ Might, Anderson, Pavlalcis, Hood, Klemme OFFICERS HuGHARD W. HiGHT President Claude C. Klemme, Jr. -- Secretary Emanuel G. Pavlakis Treasurer EwALT P. Anderson Editor of the Transit Dean C. L. Eckel - Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS Lee Crandall Wade L. Menoher Roderick Downing Warren Raeder A. J. McNair W. H. Thoman MEMBERS EwALT Anderson George Hood Ralph Clark Claude Klemme HuGHARD HiGHT EmANUEL PaVLAKIS 169 OFFICERS Warner Imig Director Rachael Morgan ...._ _ Accompanist Elaine Wilcoxon _...... ____- ....._ j g ▼ Front row — Hastings, Morgan, Bothwell, Story, Wilcoxon, Imlg ▼ Back row — Law, Nydon, Loper, Englert WjouibdqaL QkoJuv ▼ Front row — Dick, Woodbury, Bridenbaugh, Hammerstrom, Wilcoxon, Law, Bergman, Nord, Clark, Farrand, Presley, Judson, Schroeder, Kramer, Wear, Seiti ▼ Second row— Levoe, Brown, Keirnes, Haskins, Dodd, Daily, Strain, Street, Burns, Quick, Scully, Leonard, Brown, Thomas, Whitley, Gordon ▼Third row— Fulk, Evans, Butterfield, Fonda, Zarini, Ward, Jackson, Romer, Ingraham, Bothwell, Worcester, Andrew, Martin, Law, Drexel, Schrader ▼ Back row— Saunders, Fleming, Burnard, Morgan, Brandon, Noble, Darnell, Bolles, Hllker, Bogott, Durr, Newell, Evans, Englert, Quick, Foster 170 oAnwpolitarL Qluh ▼ Front row — Tuteur, Landrum, Amemiya, Combs, Kitagawa, Gambarte-Pantoja, Arriaga ▼ Second row — Nakagawa, Iwata, Shikamura, Esplnosa, Inouye, Brown, Anderson, Westermann, Howie, Taguchi, Fonda ' Third row — Hill, Gerard, Mrs. Dobbins, Mrs. McNair, King, Marlatt, Sheriff, Seibold, Roberts, Hirama, Foster, Thornton ▼ Back row — Cohen, Yoshinnura, Thoman, Wing, Mr. Dobbins, Dr. Moore, Hen, Fok, Nakano, Sera OFFICERS Julia Fonda President Rose Wiesman Vice-President Mary Taguchl Recording Secretary Alma Thornton _ Social Secretary EiiCHi TsuKiji Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS Mr. and Mrs. George Dobbins Miss Therese Stengel Miss Mabel Van Duzee MEMBERS Isamu Amemiya Jeanne Irish Patricia Roberts Alejandro Arriaga Charlotte Iwata Mary Ann Seibold Annete Anderson Katherine Kawamura Tom Sera Betty Boatright Marcia King Toshiye Sera Agatha Brown George Kitagawa Janice Sheriff Lydia Chudleigh Tami Kosuge Alicke Shikamura John Combs Harry Kurachi Julia Israel Shueler Roy Denham Dallas Landrum Mary Taguchi Felice Espinosa Lucille Levich Clara Thoman Po Yum Fok Lora Marlatt Alma Thornton Eleanor Fleming Mary Jim McCabe Arthur Tomita Julia Fonda Frances McNair Fumi Tomita Doris Foster Dick Momii Eiichi Tsukiji Hugo Gambarte-Pantojo Jose Moreno Franz Tuteur Jane Gerard Hideo Murata Richard Uchida Werner Herf Tom Nakano Lenore Westermann P " Susie Hirama Julia Nakagawa Rose Wiesman Helen Howie Seiken Nakayama Judy Wing Mabel Inouye Kisa Noguchi Fumiko Yoshimura Everett Irish Trooda Oda 171 BOULDER WIVES vr ' ' ' ■:r,rA. ' r ,f ■ ■ Front row — L. M. Busby, L. P. McFeely, G. B. Dolan, J. B. Bruce, G. A. Rawson ▼ Back row— M. Luther, M. R. Colson, G. G. Beyer, W. Redd OFFICERS Mrs. G. B. Dolan ; President Mrs. E. S. Patterson Vice-President Mrs. G. a. Rawson Treasurer Mrs. M. R. Colson Secretary Mrs. D. H. Roberts Corresponding Secretary DAMES CLUB Friendship is a gracious thing — Like flowers, a song, loved bells that ring In a strange far land. And friendship is The sweet rare wine within the chalice. We lift the cup, in friendship give The pledge a richer life to live; From hurried hours to set aside A few, that friendship may abide — And so possess a song, a flower, A talisman, a magic power. No stranger enters here in friendship ' s name; You are a friend once you ' re a Dame. — Edna Davis Romig 172 OsdijDL (phi (DsUta, HONORARY ART P%. SP jJ% 0 . W iPK Sj ' lii ' iSiT ' a ▼ Front row — Miss Sibell, Helm, Marshall, Mr. Evans ▼ Back row — Seymour, Pope, Zeigler, Peabody, Trucksess OFFICERS Kathryn Peabody .. Jeanne Zeigler Wanda Colburn ... Marleah Hobbs -... Lucille Marshall Geraldine Heim .... Muriel Sibell President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer Historian Sponsor Eliot Evans Dorothy Eisenbach FACULTY MEMBERS James Boyle F. Trucksess MEMBERS Wanda Colburn Geraldine Heim John Hendee Marleah Hobbs Jose Marino Lucille Ma rshall Kathryn Peabody Margaret Pope Caroline Seymour Jean Zeigler 173 (DialadtkcL WOMEN ' S DEBATE •w Front row — Margaret Detweiler, Frances Kracha, Adele Hopfinger ▼ Back row — Flora Stein, Leslie Friedman, Irene Olson OFFICERS Adele Hopfinger President .. Vice-President Margaret Detweiler . _ Secretary Rose VC eisman Treasurer Dr. Richard Murphy Faculty Sponsor MEMBERS ACTIVES Polly Ann Castle Margaret Detweiler Jane Doughty Janet Farrand Joan Foster Jane Gerard Adele Hopfinger Leslie Friedman Frances Kracha Bernice Margolis Flora Stein Rose Weisman PLEDGES Shirley Nord Irene Olson 174 NATIONAL ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING HONORARY ▼ Front row — Rockwell, Coolce, Davis, Flanagan, Scanlan, McKeever, Hall ▼ Second row — Trego, Blaine, Klinger, Tuteur, Mafhias, St. Clair, Krupotich ▼ Third row — Jones, Kabell, Bristol, Colburn, Twombly, Fuller ▼ Back row — Utiaut, Norton, Kocontes, Stoft, Pillnnore OFFICERS William Utlaut Warren Tilton Edward Krupotich Joseph Scanlan Albert Bradt Harold McKee Prof. C. M. McCormick Prof. W. C. DuVall Prof. F. A. Eastom Prof. H. S. Evans Prof. C. M. McCormick George Bardwell Robert Blaine Albert Bradt Everett Bristol David Colburn Shelby Cooke William Davis Robert DeVore Jerome Flanagan William Utlaut Jack Fuller Oliver Hall Orville Jones Jack Kabell John Twombly _ Presideni Vice-President Corresponding Secretary - Recording Secretary Treasurer Bridge Editor Faculty Advisor FACULTY Prof. H. B. Palmer Lt. V. O. Long Mr. LeRoy Holubar Mr. Platt Wicks MEMBERS Roger Klingler Phillip Kocontes Edward Krupotich Harold McKeever Gerald Mathias James Wilson Mahlon Norton Robert Rockwell Joseph Scanlan Melvin St. Clair Paul Stoft Warren Tilton Douglas Trego Franz Tuteur 175 itJE UNIVE RSITY of £pLORADO ▼ Front row — Ruppelt, Strait, Rohrs, Hoffman, Boatright, Hershberger, Kassowltz ▼ Second row — Howie, Meeth, Krusmark, Parks, Rankin, Carder, Wacker, Boblits ▼ Third row — Phillips, Bradt, Hight, Peper, Barnes, Turner, Place, Peper, Angel, McLaud ' Back row — Clark, Waddington, Hittle, Munsinger, McDowell, Ray, Krusmark, McFarlane, Pepper OFFICERS Albert Bradt Mary Morgan? Jean Ann Hershberger Marjie Parks Irene Krusmark Beverly McMahon President Vice-President Manager Assistant Manager Secretary Treasurer Annette Anderson IsAL Angel Betty Boatright Frances Boblits Albert Bradt James Chinn Sheila Dickinson Marguerite Echternach Hollyn Gee Jean Ann Hershberger Hughard Hight Bob Barnes Thelma Carder Dorothea Collins Dick Clark Bob Cramer James Harkin MEMBERS Mary Hill EvART Hittle Phyllis Hoskins James Judd Verena Kassowitz Irene Krusmark Bill McDowell Beverly McMahon Elizabeth Meeth Mary Morgan Joe Pappalardo PLEDGES Jane Hoffman Helen Howie Chris Howard Lee Krusmark Betty Long Dick Martin John Munsinger Marjie Parks Bob Pepper John Peper Chuck Phillips Clara Mae Place Janet Rankin Bill Ray Adelyn Strait Jack Twombly Ruby Wacker David Waddington Bruce McFarlane Bill Pepper Ellen Rohrs Jean Marie Ruppelt M. J. Todd Jerry Turner 176 HOME ECONOMICS MAJORS ▼ Front row — Nakagawa, Combs, Mann, McCar+y, Sommers, Iwafa, Miss Bedell, Sponsor ■w Second row — Dr. Blair, Arincrok, Rushton, Olson ▼ Third row — Dickinson, Hayman, Bevingfon, Nelson, Wangberg, McCaw, Jones ▼ Fourth row — Burgoin, Ednnondson, Reimel, Hanks, Blanche, Jessop, Schlessinger ▼ Back row — Mock, Smith, Martin, Jean Gilhams, Jane Gilhams, Ackley, Endblom OFFICERS Muriel Schlessinger „ President Mary Evelyn Williams - - _ Vice-President Joan Johnston Secretary Barbara Hanks ' Treasurer Miss Bedell, Miss Blair Facidty Sponsors 177 9oixL SL ma, fiL HONORARY CHEMICAL FOR WOMEN ▼ Front row — Linger, Mabray, Inouye, Jones, Connelly, Peery ▼ Second row — Blukensderfer, Bloonn, Swayne, Talcoft, Riggs ▼ Back row — Dixon, Johnson, Gore, Wise, Hitt OFFICERS Jean McCauley Jones Fall President Mary Alice Hitt Spring President Marjorie Zeiger Vice-President Anna Grace Johnson Corresponding Secretary Shirley Schall Mabray Fall Treasurer Frances Riggs Spring Treasurer Lola Dixon .__ Recording Secretary MEMBERS Mary Louise Barker Elizabeth Blickensderfer Beatrice Thomas Bloom Charmion Briggs Maxine Alice Connelly Anne Criswell Lola Dixon Rebecca Jane Gore Mary Alice Hitt Mabel A. Inouye Anna Grace Johnson Jean McCauley Jones Evelyn Irene Lunn Shirley Schall Mabray Dorothy Peery Frances Riggs Claribel Saunders Eleanor Street Virginia Talcott Sarah Wise Marjorie Zeiger 1T8 JiappCL JiappCL fi L and, filJu JioppCL (pM, lONORARY BAND FRATERNITIES ▼ Front row — Lee, Thompson, Charlesworth, Adams, King, Garrison, Foster, Quick ▼ Second row — Boulls, Walker, Ross, Knight, Rominger, Place, Bivans ▼ Back row — Whitley, Adams, McGee, Green. Brown, Veach, Truitt JiappcL JiappcL PaL OFFICERS Bernard Quick President WiLLARD Bare Vice-President Louis Kuh Secretary Edward Adams Treasurer Hugh McMillan Sponsor ACTIVES Bob Adams Duane Hagerman Edward Adams Louis Kuh WiLLARD Bare Ira Lee Kenneth Green Bernard Quick PLEDGES Earl Bashford Arthur Truitt Wells Corliss Tom Walker Clayton Keely George Woodward Jack Noole fi L JiappcL fi L OFFICERS JuNEVA Brown President Betha Boulls Vice-President Eileen Charlesworth .-.. Secretary Betty McGee Treasurer Hugh McMillan „_ Sponsor ACTIVES Betha Boulls Clara Mae Place Juneva Brown Helen Rominger Eileen Charlesworth Margie Thornberry Nadine Foster Mary Jane Towse Marian King Maxine Whitley Betty McGee PLEDGES Carol Bevans Donna Lee Taylor Bernice Brumitt Muriel Thompson Miriam Colson Virginia Veach Jean Marie Garrison Louise Wilson Betty Ross 1T9 •Vri JCappjCLfflhL METHODIST WOMENi ▼ Front row — Mrs. Barney, Oliver, HInman, Herring, Crary, Hassinger ▼ Second row — Law, Woods, Ball, Beatty, Staley, Marsh, Delaney ▼ Third row — Mills, Beving+on, Shimpflcy, Winton, Yost ▼ Back row — Gore, Suzuki, Alexander, ©ist, Mrs. Reed, Stephens, Suess, Copely, Mrs. Lang OFFICERS Jacqueline Herring ... " . President Joan Crary Vice-President Jean Hassinger Corresponding Secretary Jeanne Oliver Recording Secretary Mariella Hinman Treasurer Mrs. Glen Barney Sponsor ACTIVES Jessie Ball Jess Humphries Mariella Hinman Betty Lee Bevington Yvonne Gjpely Joan Crary Mary Edith Delaney Mary Edith Drexel Rebecca Gore Mildred Harris Jean Hassinger Idabel Hayman Ruth Law Doris Marsh Pat Martin Marjorie McCormick WlLMA McLeOD Jeanne Oliver Mary Shaw Doreen Stanley Annabelle Tomlin Mrs. R. C. Baker Mrs. J. M. Lang PATRONESSES Mrs. Lee Perry Mrs. R. J. Reed PLEDGES Beverly Alexander Irene Beatty Doris Crawford Myrtle Drexel Connie Fox Helen Gist Jacqueline Gorsuch Helen Lundblade Mary McChristian Margaret Mills Betty Lou Paine Katheryn Romer Donna Mae Roy Blanche Shimpfky Bermita Smith Merwyn Stephens Virginia Suess Takako Suzuki Betty Van Valkenburg Gladys Waliher Wynona Winton Eleanor Woods Melba Yost ISO ( ;-. ' V ' - ' HONORARY CATHOLICS. ■Front row — Copper, Corey, Schwind, Detweller, Twinney, Halo, Father Lambert Morrow, O.S.B., Sullivan ▼ Second row — Powers, Buckley, Newell, McCaw, William s, Halllday, Herder ▼ Third row — Holly, Mulligan, Van Valkenbergh, Gleich, Langill, Marky, Ehnbom, Hogan, Hall, Ruhr ▼ Fourth row — Spjndler, Hanagan, Moreno, Elisha, Gallager, Miera, Perella ▼ Fifth row — GianninI, West, Portner, Dole, Slenker, O ' Day, Pappalardo, Gorsuch ▼ Back row — Russell, Skelley, Mllhoan, Sutthoff, Kocarnik, Pinamont Father Lambert Morrow, Chaplain OFFICERS Barbara Hale President Tom Rooney Vice-President David Crabb Recording Secretary Carl Pinamont Corresponding Secretary Margaret Detweiler Treasurer Harold Herder Sergeant-at-Arms Elinor Hogan Editor Miss Therese Stengel, Mr. David O ' Day Sponsors COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Bill Davoren Servers Mary Ann Sullivan Social Dorothy Dole Social Service Madeleine Keough Religious Interests Mary Ehnbom Publicity Rosemary Newell Representative to Inter Church Council Frank Hanagan Scribe to Catholic Register MEMBERS Joe Perella Dorothy Portner Joe Pappalardo 181 OJtcha iA. lONORARY MODERN DANCE ▼ Front row — McMahon, Hitchcock, Chnstensen ▼ " Back row — Moore, Place, Brandon, Griffith OFFICERS Mary Ellen Christensen ,. - President Mary Jane Griffith ._. Vice-President Jane Moore Secretary Ann Brandon Historian Beverly McMahon .._.. Publicity Manager SENIOR ORCHESIS Ann Brandon Mary Ellen Christensen Wanda Colburn Hester Hitchcock Jane Moore Mary Martin Beverly McMahon Erma Kay Nelson Mary Jane Griffith Clara Mae Place Suzanne Wilson Lucile Erwin HONORARY MEMBERS Rhea Kaplan Eunice Veazie JUNIOR ORCHESIS Mildred Atkinson Kathryn Barnett Cynthia Bone Louise Burnard Jane Doughty Jane Fletcher, Barbara Garst Martha Ann Griffiths Edith Leonard Joan Lohmann Barbara Morrison Muriel Schlessinger Nancy Shaw Evelyn Sprague Crete Steen Mary Taguchi 182 p NATIONAL PRESBYTERIAN WOMEN ▼ Front row — Shumate, Mrs. Greenway, Jr., Morrison, Jones, Mann, Hargreaves ▼ Second row — Biles, Reinhardt, Spencer, Combs, Schoolland, Cole, Bivans, Benson, Naitagawa Back row — Auld, Shilcamura, Wangberg, Siegfreid, Slaughenhoupt, Ackley, Burns, Hutton, Alcorn OFFICERS Claire Schcx)lland President Joyce Spencer _ Vice-President Mary Louise Morrison _ Secretary Edith Siegfreid Treasurer Mrs. Frank L. Greenway, Sr. Sponsor Mrs. Frank L. Greenway, Jr. Sponsor MEMBERS Mary Ackley Miriam Alice Alcorn Mary Ellen Auld Catharine Benson Margaret Biles Caryl Bivans Jennie Bivans Jennie Burns Peggy Cole Carol Combs Edythe Hargreaves Dorothy Hutton Kathryn Hutton Elsie Mann Mary Louise Morrison Julia Nakagawa Sarah Nakagawa Marcella Reinhardt Kathryn Sawhill Alice Shikamura Marjorie Shumate Rose Slaughenhoupt Edith Siegfried Joyce Spencer Anne Wangberg 183 PHARMACEUTICAL AND CHEMICAL HONORARY ▼ Front row — Sprowls, Castle, Norton, Witt, O ' Day, Robinson, Voight ▼ Back row — Biles, Humphries, Brinker, Laurence, Kelly, Gibby, NIcoletti, Knox OFFICERS John Biles — President DwAiN Hagerman - - Vice-President Morrison Brinker _ .— Secretary Oakley Laurence Treasurer MEMBERS John Biles Raymond Knox Morrison Brinker Oakley Laurence John Noel Gibby Frank Nicoletti Dwain Hagerman Ben Robinson Jess Humphries Marion Sharrah Clark Kelly Fred Striker FACULTY MEMBERS R. M. Castle J. B. Sprowls R. G. GusTAvsoN H. L. Starburg J. A. Norton A. H. Voight D. W. O ' Day N. F. Witt M. F. Schmidt 184 w (phL £pAUofL (phL MEN ' S PEP ORGANIZATION ▼ Front row — Huttner, Sera, Wise, Wilson, Scott ■ Second row — Scott, Goodnnen, Carlton, Strand ▼ Bacl row — Rayburn, McKInley, Thomas, Pollock OFFICERS Tom Sera President Jack Rayburn Vice-President Stanley Goodman Secretary Bob Thomas Treasurer Eric Rackham Faculty Sponsor MEMBERS Parley Anderson Bill McKinley Bob Carlton Jim Pollock Morris Gelfman Jack Rayburn Stanley Goodman Bob Scott Jim Hammond George Scott Ramon Hood Tom Sera Herb Johnson Lawrence Strand Walt Huttner Bob Thomas Kirby Kistler Kenneth Wise 185 HONORARY ROMANCE LANGUAGE FRATERNITY V Front row — Westermann, Kincaide, Doner, Stein ▼ Second row — Dr. Faye, Hughes, Ware, MIera ■w Back row— Dr. Warner, DuVall, Wiard OFFICERS Lenore Westermann President Lenore Doner Vice-President Marjorie Kincaide Secretary-Treasurer Dr. Ralph E. Warner Sponsor and Corresponding Secretary FACULTY MEMBERS Roy Cox Jose Palomo Stuart Cuthbertson Mrs. Miriam Rieder Paul-Louis Faye Marjorie Wheldon Pauline Marshall Mrs. Rosetta B. Wolcott Gilbert Neiman ACTIVE MEMBERS Agatha Brown Marcia Lucile King Lenore Doner Lolita Miera Virginia Lodge Donovan Jeanette Keiton Ris Betty DuVall Flora Jane Stein Josephine Frankle Bonita Ware Jacqueline Hughes Lenore Westermann Marjorie Kincaide Cynthia Wiard ise c NATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE FRATERNITY ■ Front row — Dr. Malick, Dean, Brackenbury, Stodart, Harlan, Dr. Barker ▼ Back row — Wheeler, Dedera, Bull, Arriaga, Pool, Owen. Gilbert OFFICERS Nona Ruth Stodaht President Marshall Dean Vice-President Meredith Harlan Secretary Barbara Brackenbury Treasurer Gordon H. Barker Faculty Advisor MEMBERS Alfaro Arriaga Barbara Owen Lorraine Buckman Kathrin Pool James Bull Natalie Robbins Alberta Dedera Mable Wheeler Pauline Gilbert FACULTY MEMBERS Gordon H. Barker Earl C. Crockett William S. Bernard Morris E. Garnsey Frederick D. Bramhall Clay P. Malick Frederick A. Bushee Jacob Van Ek 187 HONORARY MATHEMATICS FRATERNITY .:; - . y:v ' :i,r? ' -a».[.- ▼ Front row — Tilton, LeVeque, Fenton, Trego, Bemis, Dr. Kempner, Scott, Denham ▼ Back row — Pohleni, Utiaut, Perstein, Varner, Greebler, Cladis, Klunker, Bradt OFFICERS Douglas G. Trego President Albert J. Bradt Vice-President Jack B. Pohlenz _ Secretary William F. Utlaut Treasurer Miss Georgia Scott Faculty Sponsor FACULTY MEMBERS Jacob Van Ek Herbert S. Evans Aubrey J. Kempner Chas. a. Hutchinson Claribel Kendall George H. Light Allan S. McMaster Walter K. Nelson Albert J. Bradt Eric E. Conn John B. Cladis Roy Denham Marion Fenton Willie Fong Paul Greebler Bertram Karpel E. Bernard Klunker L. Clifton Snively Frances P. Stribic Ernest P. Tovani J. R. Britton Leroy Holubar Norman Ball ROLLIN K. McCoMBS Edwin A. Bemis, Jr. MEMBERS William J. LeVeque Millard Perstein Jack B. Pohlenz Warren D. Tilton Douglas G. Trego William F. Utlaut Walter Varner Thomas R. Vick Roy 188 MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HONORARY ' Front row — Morgan, Wood, Carpenter, Klunlcer, Martina, Bobrick r Back row — McFarlmg, Johnson, Schmitt, Jones, Cobb, Hubbard OFFICERS Richard Wood _ President Bernard Klunker Vice-President Frank Bobrick ___ Secretary Frank Carpenter Treasurer Albert Martina Recording Secretary Charles Wagner Faculty Sponsor FACULTY MEMBERS Frank S. Bauer Walter F. Mallory Wayne S. Beattie Norman A. Parker George S. Dobbins Benjamin H. Spurlock William Hull Charles Wagner MEMBERS Frank Bobrick Floyd McFarling Frank Carpenter Albert Martina Roy Cobb Keith Morgan Ian Gordon Jerry Pearson Ralph Hubbard Darwin Schmitt Herbert Johnson John Wilson Kenneth Jones Richard Wood Bernard Klunker 189 ' 43-1944 ▼ Front row — Bowlin, McKee, McGee, Scotf, Thompson ▼■ Back row — Horowitz, Hutchinson, Cooley, Morrow, Nicolls OFFICERS William Morrow ._ President Kathryn Freed : Vice-President C. A. Hutchinson, Jr. Secretary DIRECTORS OF UNIVERSITY THEATRE Mr. E. J. West Mrs. George Reynolds Mr. George Reynolds Mr. Francel Wolle Myrtiss Brooks Janet Farrand Richard Gray Robert Horwitz Robert Loper Joan McElin Betty McGee Joseph Miller PARTICIPATING MEMBERS Peggy O ' Neal Helene Reynolds Ruth Robinson Bonnie Scott Paul Shermack Amy Stearns Robert Wilkenson Suzanne Wilson ASSOCIATE MEMBERS John Bowman Alda Mae Weber Brown Frank Cooley Mary Coulter Albert Fike Anne McKee Emma Jean Mullenix Garrie Nicoll Nadine Olmstead Hazel Ohler Millard Perstein Donald Ramsetter RoYE Sullivan Muriel Thompson Dean Weber William Woods ISO ffiohpoibJL ONORARY WOMEN ' S SWIMMINi ▼ Front row — Brown, Stevens, McAlpine, Williamson, Camp, Furbeck, Rushton, Colburn ▼ Second row — Gerten, Frisbie, Lehman, Faden, Smith, Handley, Hitchcock, Scharbach ' Third row — Godfrey, Taguchi, Sinaiko, Sinaiko, Dumm, Holtiman, Johnson, Morrison, Miller, Wilson ▼ Back row — Smith, Fincher, Cooper, Collins, Ballou, Barker, Garst, Presley, Law OFFICERS Wanda Colburn President Ruth Law Secretary and Treasurer Miss Joan Martin Sponsor MEMBERS Gloria Arfsten Nancy Holtzman Barbara Ballou Bonnie Johnson Connie Barker Ruth Law Beverly Brown Lois Lehman Margaret Camp Lois McAlpine Wanda Colburn Nancy Miller Dorothea Collins Barbara Morrison Phyllis Cooper Eloise Presley Laura Dumm Marian Rushton Charline Faden Shirley Scharbach Cleo Frisbie Arlene Sinaiko Virginia Furbeck Nadine Sinaiko Barbara Garst Mickie Smith Nancy Gerten Pat Smith Helen Gilmour Frances Stevens Pat Godfrey Mary Taguchi Elinor Handley Dorothy Williamson Hester Hitchcock Mary Wilson 191 ofuwdsihdsudL Qluh N. R.O.T.C. HONORARY FRATERNITY f ri f f f t f f f: f:,f f llEiLlll ijiAiiii •V Front row — Rooney, Morse, Hoy, Kllngler, Williams, McCosh, Bristol, Bloomquist, McKeever, Schmitt, Herder, Weil, Palermo, Von Egidy, McArthur ' Second row — Stinton, Barker, Wright, Barnes, O ' Neal, Edwards, Cooke, Horther, Hilb, Winter, O ' Neal, Hammond, Rockwell, Kistler ▼ Back row — Kocontes, Corliss, Beattie, Wayman, Murphy, Doar, Foote, Stovall, Logan, Smiley, Pillmore, Anderson, Truitt OFFICERS D. W. Bloomquist President H. J. McKeever _. _ _ Vice-President R. F. McCosH Recording Secretary E. C. Bristol Corresponding Secretary D. W. Schmitt Treasurer MEMBERS Reid Barker Lyle Beattie Donald Bloomquist Everett Bristol John Chassel Shelby Cooke Wells Corliss Kenneth Foote James Hammond Harold Herder Justin Hilb James Hill Roger Klingler Phillip Kocontes Robert Lindstedt Richard McCosh Harold McKeever James Murphy Charles O ' Neal Eldon O ' Neal Dominic Palermo George Pillmore Robert Rockwell Darvcin Schmitt Robert Stovall Albert Von Egidy Craig Wayman Robert Weil Henry Winter Glenn Woods Kenneth Woods Wilbur Wright FACULTY MEMBERS Lieutenant Long Lieutenant Commander Goldy ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Parley Anderson Hughes Bakewell Philip Barnes Floyd Becker William Doar Donald Edwards William Horther Hugh Hoy Kirby Kistler Roger Logan Robert McArthur George Morse Thomas Rodney Morse Smiley John Stinton Arthur Truitt Keith Williams Guy Woodhill 192 SiqmcL CUphcL QoboL HONORARY MUSIC FRATERNITY ▼ Front row — Simmons, McCauloy BeaHie, Purcoll, Law ▼ Second row — Dove Bot+s, Boulls, Whitley ▼ Back row — Merrill, Hastings, Bothwell, Morgan, McCracken OFFICERS Patricia Merrill President Virginia Hastings Vice-President Patsy Jean McCauley Secretary Dorothy Durr Treasurer Virginia Dove _..__ Chaplain Rachel Morgan Serge ant-at-Arms Charlotte Willis Editor Katherine Russell Faculty Sponsor ACTIVES Hester Bothwell Ila Mae Purcell Betha Boulls Marilyn Simmons Ruth Law Nancy Story Emma Jo McCracken Maxine Whitley PLEDGES Ann Brandon Elizabeth Mariner Louise Burnard Josephine Sosnowski Mildred Edmondson Martha White Whipple Leonard Elaine Wilcoxon PATRONESSES Mrs. R. W. Dunham Mrs. Ridgeway Mrs. R. Baker Mrs. Hellems Mrs. H. Palmer Mrs. A. R. Mason 193 PHYSICS HONOR SOCIETY ai ' :-lfi;jg ' M ▼ Front row — Ely, Burman, Cladis, Greebler ▼ Second row — Erickson, Lindsay, Colburn, Bemis ▼ Back row — Dr. Evans, McCombs, Prof. Walz, Dr. Pietenpol OFFICERS Edwin A. Bemis, Jr. President John B. Cladis - Vice-President Paul Greebler :. Secretary Wesley E. Brittin -- Treasurer Professor Frank C. Walz - Faculty Advisor FACULTY MEMBERS Dr. Julian M. Blair Mr. William R. Jewell Dr. James W. Broxen Dr. William B. Pietenpol Dr. Foster Evans Prof. Frank C. Walz Mr. LeRoy Holubar Edwin A. Bemis, Jr. Albert J. Bradt Wesley E. Brittin Faye B. Burman John B. Cladis David S. Colburn William L. Detwiler Cerda L. Donovan Ralph L. Ely MEMBERS Willard L. Erickson Gilbert C. Ford Elvy L. Fredrickson Paul Greebler Laurence R. Langdon James E. Lindsay ROLLIN K. McCoMBS Paul E. Stoft Douglas G. Trego 194 Si JfncLjaiL. Y ENGINEER! ▼ " Front row — Twombly, Vick Roy, Pohlenz, Morgan, Klunker ▼ Second row — Wilson, Wood, Bobrick, Martina, Klemme, Tuteur ▼ Back row — Hatlett, Bickford, Norton, Hubbard, Krupotich OFFICERS Jack Bernard Pohlenz President Thomas Rogers Vick Roy Vice-President J ohn Carl Twombly .„ : Secretary Richard Arthur Wood - Treasurer Professor W. H. Thoman Chapter Advisor FACULTY Professor F. S. Bauer Professor W. S. Beattie Professor W. O. Birk Professor C. W. Borgmann Professor W. C. DuVall Professor F. S. Eastom Professor C. L. Eckel Professor H. S. Evans Professor C. A. Hutchinson Professor N. W. Parker Professor W. Raeder AssT. Professor W. H. Thoman AssT. Professor P. Wicks MEMBERS Jonathan Morton Bickford Frank Bobrick William Jared Hallett, Jr. Ramon Roger Hood Claude Chase Klemme Emil Bernard Klunker Edward Krupotich Albert Peter Martina Samuel Keith Morgan Mahlon Hargraves Norton Jack Bernard Pohlenz Franz Benjamin Tuteur John Carl Twombly Joseph Henry Vergilio Thomas Rogers Vick Roy John Grier Wilson Richard Arthur Wood 195 SkLCluJb OFFICERS John W. Gibbs President Lydia Tukey Vice-President Mary Jane Griffith Secretary-Treasurer James Allan Joan Allen Annette Anderson Kathleen Andrew James Barrett Dorothy Beeman Doris Bennett Shirley Bennetts Jacquelin Blanch Cynthia Bone William Boyliss Robert Burgeson Dorothea Collins Frank Cooley William Counder William Crowell Mary Lou Cushing Kenneth Davidson Martha Drake Lowell Elisha Charline Faden Betty Fenton Harlan Fereday Joan Fillen Audrey Fordham Owen France James Funk Suzanne Gasser MEMBERS William Greenewald Jacqueline Gorsuch Elinor Handley Archie Hanson Adrienne Harms Ruthann Hayes Adele Hedges Gretchen Hillner Betty Jackson Janet Jacobs Robert Johnson George Kearney Shirley Kemper Suzan Larwell Marilyn Lewis James McCoy Blake MacKin Gale Martin Joan Martin Anne McKee Dean McFeron Bob Mitchell Jonell Nelson Frank Nicolleti Nadine Olmstead Peggy Parker Hobart Potter John Radcliff Janet Rankin Kenneth Reed Shirley Richards Sue Richards Frances Riggs Dorothy Rogers Fred Roselin Ralph Scruby Nancy Shaw Addie Mae Smith Dorothy Smith George Stoker Shirley Swan Betty Jane Tacker Patricia Telk Jean Thompson Virginia Vallner Ruby Wacker Norman Waggoner Jeanne Warner Peggy Ann Wepf Charlotte Wepf Patricia White Ann Wilmarth Robbie Wilson Catherine Wiswell Mary Wolcott Ad Zang 196 Sisphsmu Qluh ▼ Top to Bottom — Long, Garrison, Thonnpson, Mercier, Varner, Sihier, Reinhardt, Bradshaw, Gamer OFFICERS E. J. Gamer President BoBBE Bradshaw Vice-President June Varner Secretary-Treasurer BoBBE Bradshaw Ada Brand Bebe Buck E. J. Gamer Rachael Haywood Jean Hurst Doris Kite MEMBERS Donna Long Olivette Mercier Marcella Reinhardt Margaret Sihler Jean Thompson June Varner Virginia Veach Jeanne Wadsworth 197 OUTSTANDING INDEPENDENT WOMEN ' Front row — Spencer, Eastin, Nelson, Bowers, Littler, Rueb, Ehnbohm r Back row — Banks, Nash, Bergquist, Parr, Wepf, Thompson, Delaney OFFICERS Alice Nelson President Bftty Bowers Vice-President ToYCF Spencer Secretary Irene Eastin Treasurer MEMBERS 5 Patricia Banks Alice Nelson Jean Bergquist Celeste Parr Betty Bowers Rose Pecoraro Mary Edith Delaney Marcella Reinhardt Irene Eastin Norma Rueb Mary Enbohm Joyce Spencer Lorraine Littler Jean Thompson Philomano Miller Lenore Westermann Betty Nash Martha Wommer 108 INDEPENDENT MENS ORGANIZATION ▼ Front row — Van Meter, Sera, Schaefer, May, Leon, Wise, Morgey ▼ Second row — Howells, Lambertson, Fields, K. Berry, Biles, Robertson, Stinton, Rockwell ▼ Third row — Bull, Johnson, Norton, Lewis, Irish, Look, Pinamont, Jamison ▼ Back row — J. Berry, McCord, McArthur, Heidt, Horwiti, Von Egidy, Hine OFFICERS Everett Irish President John Stinton Vice-President Harvey Lewis Secretary Robert McArthur — Treasurer Glenn Lambertson _ Historian and Publicity Manager MEMBERS Kay Berry Jim Berry John Biles Everett Bristol James Bull Jim Chinn Ted Drake Ray Fields Dave Frazier Herman Heidt Eugene Hine Robert Horwitz Fred Howells Everett Irish Bud Jamison P. Ray Johnson Glenn Lambertson Bob Leon Harvey Lewis Al Look Robert McArthur Wayne McCord Lockard Mays Russell Morgey Mahlon Norton Carl Pinamont Gene Schaefer Tom Sera John Stinton Kenneth Wise Warren Van Meter Albert Von Egidy Tom Robertson Robert Rockwell 199 -K ii U si lsu J oundaJtiorL METHODIST - — TJ ' - c V ' ■ ' N „ 9 il V ■ I-i- v -_ .w -. itsJ u -M A M ?f j J s 1 if . f- ,t_ •« M t4 ' jij Mffi - ▼ Front row — Rev. Barney, Drexel, McLeod, Betty, MarHn, Walcher, Lon, O ' Neal ' Second row — Mills, Ball, Beatting, Drexel, Woods, Oades, Srishann, Griffith, Heckendorn ▼ Third row — Hayman, Shimpfky, Hittle, Houston, Mrs. Barney, Yost, Haun, Pollock ▼ Top row — Tomlin, Marsh, Gist, Kiehna EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Eldon O ' Neal ._ President LaJune Case ,.-. Vice-President Patricia Martin :.: Secretary Ben Griffith -.. Treasurer Justus Wilkinson ....... Wesley Class Robert Rohwer ... Forum Chairman APPOINTIVE OFFICERS Ruth Law Music Chairman Mary Edith Drexel Social Chairman Jack Fowler Recreation Chairman Elda Gilbert Cafeteria Chairman Jack Heckendorn Pantry Chairman Palmer Carlin Motive Chairman Charles Houston Skyline Editor Jim Heckendorn Worship Chairman Annabelle Tomlin Publicity Chairman FACULTY MEMBERS H. H. Mills F. R. Niehaus Rev. Mr. Glenn H. Barney Director Rev. Mr. kuFus C. Baicer _. Pastor 200 y (x}si£JmIm ieA, J-oundaJtiorL PRESBYTERIAN I f t ,t f ? ,itt lit -? ,|| t ' iff ±,f , » A, ' ■ Front row — Oldera, Alcorn, Crowl, Prebble, Grennnnels, Bull, Landrum, Greenway, Denham, Combs, Siegfried, Hunsinger, Nakagawa ' Second row — Shikamura, Howell, Heiserman, Benson, Nesbitt, Blvans, Lindsay, Allender, Chelsund, Van Diest, Vandersall, Hamilton ▼ Back row — Gaily, Johnson, Wise, Clark, Fletcher, Bashford, Browne, Combs, Wyatt, Lowe, Baker, Baez OFFICERS Dallas Landrum President Claire Schoolland Vice-President Carol Combs Secretary Roy Denham Treasurer Jim Bull Program Chairman Miriam Alcorn B. E. Allender Paul Baez Charles Baker Jim Bull Earl Bashford Catharine Benson Caryl Bivans Edwin Browne Dale Clark Carol Combs John Combs Lois Crowl Alberta Didera Dave Gally Ruth Gremmels MEMBERS Don Hamilton Emma Lou Heiserman Mary E. Howell Amber Hunsinger Don Johnson Dallas Landrum James E. Lindsay Forrest Lowe Julia Nakagawa Elizabeth Nesbitt Alice Shikamura Edith Siegfried L. K. Vandersall Raymond Van Diest Kenneth Wise Dick Wyatt 201 U DjfumX, CWthiML ChADcLodiorL v-fi ' mmm- ,= i, mei,mm .:.:r,.i».!:. ,. ■w Front row — Cross, Sobol, Chissom, Colburn, Chrlstensen ■V Second row — Norberg, Krier, Schureman, Bloom ▼ Back row — Moore, Barker, Bennetts, Riggs, Blomgren OFFICERS Thanet Schureman President Shirley Bennetts Secretary Elaine Blomgren - Treasurer HEADS OF SPORTS Gloria Norberg Intramurals Mary Shaw Archery, and Horseshoes Marjorie Cross Hockey Carol Krier Golf Frances Riggs Basketball Jane Moore ... ' Volleyball Beatrice Bloom Badminton Wanda Colburn Porpoise Mary Ellen Christensen — Orchesis Patricia Chisholm Freshman Representative Beatrice Sobol Checker of Participation Points 202 lAjnivshiJii (jJomstyA, Qluh ▼ Front row — Hepplewhite, Robbins, Leslie ▼ Back row — Thomson, Eastin, Westermann, Mosley, Castle, Ennnnett OFFICERS Betty Jane Leslie President Natalie Robbins Vice-President Betty Hepplewhite .. Secretary Betty Nash Treasurer Mary Mosley Social Chairman PoLLYANN Castle Publicity Chairman Persis Emmett Personnel Chairman Lenore Westermann Membership Chairman Jean Thomson Head Triad Irene Eastin Housing TRIADS ART AND MUSIC FASHION AND DRAMA AND LITERTURE Marian King PERSONALITY Betsy Blickensderfer Head Triad Virginia Wheeler Head Triad LuciLE Marshall Head Triad Peggy Newcomb Martha Wommer Betty Wheeler Margaret Ogier Martha Love Lois Chance Jane Huebner Peggy Dillon VICTORY DANCE AND SPORTS LuRA Hayward Peggy Wepf Head Triad Head Triad Jean Bergquist Ann Brandon Nellie Woods Mildred Ann Edmondson Dorothy Sullivan Helen Waldo SPONSORS Dean Brown Mrs. Storke Miss Stengel 203 yOUNG WOMEN ' S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Front row — De+weiler, Ech+ernach, Hitt, Strong ▼ Back row — Pratt, Kincaide, Buckman OFFICERS Mathilda Broida President Marcia Strong -- Vice-President Ann Nowell -- - - - -- -- Secretary Marge Kincaide - Treasurer Dorothy Boetter Colorado District SCM Representative CABINET MEMBERS Joan Pratt Marjorie Boetter Margaret Detweiler Martha Holmes HoLLYN Gee Margaret Ogier BiLLiE Hall Rose Weisman Martha Love Mary Alice Hitt Pat Ducy Marguerite Echternach 204 JiappcL CDsdJtcL PL HONORARY EDUCATION OFFICERS Margaret Foley President Josephine Arnold Vice President Claire Schoolland Secretary Jennie Neil - — - Treasurer A. C. Cross Sponsor FACULTY MEMBERS Bedell, Florence J. Berueffy, Minnie G. Campbell, W. M. Douglass, Harl R. Dyde, W. F. Fehlmann, Hazel Mehl, Marie Stengel, Therese STUDENTS Baron, Marjorie Benson, Catherine Boetter, Dorothy Boetter, Marjorie Brown, Agatha Campbell, Elizabeth Gregg, Betty Love Hassinger, Jean Knapp, Beverly Marinoff, Vivian Minowitz, Barbara Moreno, Jose Morrison, Mary Louise Nelson, Helen NoRBERG, Gloria Parry, Alberta Reed, Kathryn Schoolland, Wilma Shanesy, Suzanne Stein, Flora Walker, Ruby Wiard, Cynthia 205 -° ! y ' A More To Unit I t- -.. M " % % « : During the spring (sometimes) , the summer, and the fall, the University campus affords many picturesque views. On warm days, the irrigation ditches are filled . . . mostly with bare feet. The girls seem to enjoy a refresher every now and then . . . especially after a dry lecture . . . The spirit of the wild and wooly West still prevails on festive days. Many " buffalo gals " don their blue jeans and ten gallon hats, mount their steeds, and join the parade ... at Greenman ' s, the haunt of many " cokers, " a great variety of costumes and what the well dressed co-ed will wear are seen . . . When the wide- eyed, innocent freshmen girls break traditions, as stepping ' Onvos on the lawn or appearing without their freshmen caps, the almighty Spurs sentence them at a " moot court " . . . From the mountains, one has a full view of the plains east of Boulder and also a view of other things . . . The crowd mingles in front of Arts. Some are persuaded to " cut " while others step out for a breath of fresh air and a cigarette ... a bonfire and food are most welcome sights on a brisk night in the mountains. An assort- ment of sandwiches now fills the menus in the place of steaks and hot dogs . . . Snow on the ground does not hinder sun-bathing during the spring. fEl. Roc lurc U . ' QUEENIE CURTZE AND THE CAPTAIN BUILDING BICEPS KING " EARS " LEERS POOSIE AND ZINNIE— RESULTS OF THE PSYCH. DEPT. C. U. WOLVES— ON YOUR MARK! WAVING 209 30ifsLcdL FALL days brought fevered activity with football and the traditional Homecoming converted to Navy Days . . . with only the torchlite parade and the game left from pre- vious years . . . the Waves were commissioned much to the resentment of the campus seamen . . . the enrollment of women boosted the registration figure to an all time high . . . the barefoot Wall Street lawyer graced our secluded haven for dinner and a speech . . . coking at Greenman ' s went on as always with a little bridge thrown in . . . Hesperia per- sisted in its midnite carousing and continued to feed the pneumonia ward at the ' San ' from constant bucket dousings . . . Spur kept up the morale and lowered the morals at football games with their scanty-attire, punishments for fresh- men caught without the green ribbon . . . fraternities carried on in good style doing their rushing at Bills and T.T. . . . Mutual embarrassments were felt when bewildered alums wandered into their houses and up to second floor only to encounter screaming females . . . the peculiarities of only 210 intra-mural competition . . . the torn loyalties when football teams were each half CU . . . rush week finally legal . . . the sighs of relief and disappointment when it was over after sleepless and smoky meetings and high pressure salesmanship and scrambled names . . . the perennial Sunday evening dinner and movie dates . . . two formats allowed a semester instead of one a quarter . . . orchestras forgotten for the duration and canned music, which is better anyway, being substituted . . . Red Cross classes predominant in extra- curricula activities . . . the honor system proposed . . . more war bond drives . . . housemothers becoming paranoic over rationing . . . health service jammed as usual with victims of hangovers, no lessons, and colds in the head . . . the time worn pattern of S Gs on Tuesday and Friday . . . lunch hours lengthened because of Navy mess . . . Saturday morn- ing drills for the military men and poor civilians awakened each morning at six by the cadence of the wake up walk. atU)aJi, 211 ss- yfi ) " ' °y ipi ' ?T l%v Cool colorful Colorado. Shot of a rabbit ' s paradise by Varsity bridge . . . Down two, doubled and redoubled. Bridge is one of the most prevalent games among the active co-eds . . . Everybody had a good time. Notice the " rush week " expressions . . . Well, you see it ' s this way. And then I said . . . 212 HELL! WHERE ARE THE REST OF THEM? YOU ' RE A GOOD DANCER, BUT I WISH I HAD WORN MY SHOES MUSEUM— HOME OF THE WISE? RUTHIE STILLSON— ALPHA PHI ' S PRIDE BIFOCAL OSCILLATION 21» ■ 1 -1 o ' ?o , K t » ot f iB - N » .c Vx, 9A 0« " be f9 d» e» » o h» » o ' O i%W 214 ivii KlKL KIKK ATS OFF! to tl.e QUEEN 215 MARION RIIEY 216 SHIRLEY KEMPER 217 -W 1 I PATSY JEAN McCAUlEY Ottwj (Oa A. QucnTL 218 " ■m( » ■. " . E. J. GAMER ' 2X9 Maxine Barrett Peggy Burner Joan Crawford Polly Gregson Florence Hart Betty Jane Leslie Ricky Hayward Mary Hughes 220 Joan McElin Betty Jo Martin Jane Moore Pat Muir Jo Pratt Virginia Wheeler Janet Rankin Jeanne Wadsworth 221 SPORTS 222 THE MEN BEHIND THE TEAM Jim Yeager Head Coach Frank Potts Line Coach J ' OoJthatL Elmer Rocchio Chief Len Taylor Backfield Coach THE TEAM End Coach AUBREY ALLEN, t. LEMAR DYKSTRA, g. WALTER LOWE, e. JIM OLIVER, c. DAVID ANDERSON, e. JOHN FABLING, g. BOB MADALENA, b. CHARLES PACE, g. RUDY BONATTI, e. BRIGHAM GARDNER, t. BOB McINTOSH, b. JIM PRICE, b. LEO BRAMMER, c. BOB GULBRANDSON, b. BILL McKINLEY, e. ROLAND RAUTENSTRAUS, g. PAUL BRIGGS, t. DAVID HALL, e. H. L. MILLER, t. HERMAN RICHMAN, g. DON CANFIELD, t. JIM HAMMOND, b. WILLARD MILLER, g. TOM ROONEY, b. JIM CHAFIN, g. DENE HARP, b. FRED MINUTH, b. F. W. TAYLOR, t. BOB DAL PORTO, b. W. G. HARTSFIELD, c. ROBERT MITCHELL, b. L. M. THOMAS, b. JOE DEMPSEY, b. ALBERT HENRY, c. DICK MORROW, b. CARL VILLIANTI, g. BOB DESCENZO, e. J. R. HORNICK, b. JOHN MYERS, e. DWIGHT WATTS, b. DAVID DONALDSON, b. K. D. KNIEVAL, c. BILL COATS, c. BILL WELTNER, c. 224 COLORADO U. 38 vs. FT. WARREN The Colorado Buffalos overpowered the Broncos from Fort Warren in the first game of the season held in Norlin Stadium. The final score of 38-0 indicated that a well-prepared C.U. team led the field all afternoon. Colorado scored first when in the first quarter Fort Warren kicked off to the Buffs who then marched down the field in four downs to the Fort Warren 15-yard line where they lost the ball on downs. After the Broncos were stopped on the 23, Paul Briggs, right tackle, blocked an attempted punt and C.U. recovered on Fort Warren ' s 15. From there Bob Dal Porto slid off right tackle to the four-yard marker and Bob Madalena took the ball over for the score. Another blocked kick, grounded on the 19-yard line, coupled with a pass from Dal Porto to Dave Anderson accounted for the second score. Four more touchdowns were made in the fourth quarter, with the second and third strings seeing action. By far the most outstanding man on the field was big Paul Briggs, 220-pound, 6-foot 4-inch tackle. He not only took care of his own position but when there was a chance of a bigger gain he was out looking for more would-be tacklers to block. HAMMOND SWEEPS LEFT END FT. WARREN ' S LONG GETS STOPPED J ' OOJthalL PAUL BRIGGS, TACKLE 225 MORROW GOES FOR TEN! COLORADO U. vs. LOWRY FIELD 19 6 HERE ' S THAT MAN AGAIN The Colorado Buffs had a difficult time in over- powering the vastly underrated team from Lowry Field. The game, although starting as if C.U. were going to pile up a huge score, ended with a 19-6 win. The game was highlighted by many fumbles, three of which have to be chalked up to the Buffs within the Bombers 15-yard marker. Bob Dal Porto, who scored all of the Colorado touchdowns, carried the ball over from the 4-yard line for the first score after C.U. had marched down the field in 10 plays. An intercepted pass by the Buffs on the next play and within three minutes the second score for the Navy-Marine clad C.U. team was made. The Bombers from Lowry Field made their only score in the second quarter when an alert player scooped up the ball on a blocked kick of Dick Morrow ' s and went over for six points. Credited with gaining plenty of yardage for the Golden Buffs is Bob Madalena, Navy Radio School man from San Francisco University. He stands 5-ft. 10-in. and weighs 190-pounds. BOB MADALENA, BACK 226 COLORADO U. vs. UTAH 3S Winning their third game of the year, the powerful Buffs beat a Utah University team 35-0. Although the Utes held C.U. to a scoreless first quarter and permitted only one score in the second, the Buffs shifted their offense into high in the second half. The first score in the game was made by Bob Madalena who caught a pass from Bob Dal Porto on the 22 and squirmed over the goal line. Because of injuries in the Utes line, the Colorado score rose when Dal Porto went over standing up. Coach Yeager began sending in a stream of replacements, the flow of which kept up all after- noon. Thomas scored the third touchdown just before the period ended from the 12-yard marker. With Jim Hammond calling sig- nals, in the fourth period, his combination lateral and pass touch- down was called back because the Buffs were offside. Hammond, on the next play, called for the same play only around the other end; again the ball went over, this time for a score. Bob Dal Porto, the swiveled-hip quarterback, was on the action end of a number of the Buff ' s passes this season. LAY ' EM LOW, MAC! NO GAIN HERE J ' OoJtbjolL BOB DAL PORTO, BACK 227 PRICE BEING STOPPED BY AIRMAN COLORADO U. vs. SALT LAKE CITY AIR BASE « OUCH! Capitalizing on two blocked punts, the Buffalos downed an exceptionally tough team of air force soldiers from Salt Lake City Air Base 14-0. Colorado ran the ball as though the game were scheduled to be a run-away going from their own 45-yard line to the Wings one yard stripe in ten plays. Here the soldiers put up the first of their goal stands and took the ball on downs. In the second period the Wings tried to punt out of a hole made by Bob Dal Porto ' s kick that went out on the eight yard line. Attempting a kick, the en- tire center of the C.U. line smothered the Wings back to block the ball. Bill McKinley, right end, picked up the loose ball and fell over the goal line. Another soldier kick was blocked by RoUie Rautenstrauss, with the Buffs re- covering on the six yard line. From here Madalena carried the ball over on the next play. Naval Air Corps cadet John Myers, anchors the right side of the line for the Buffs. John played two years of football at Colorado Aggies. JOHN MYEkS, END 228 COLORADO U. 6 vs. COLORADO COLLEGE 16 Their first defeat of the season was handed the Buffs by the powerful Colorado Tigers from C.C. by a score of 16 to 6. It was only in the scoring column that the Tigers held the edge over the Buffs because the Silver and Gold players ran up more yards from scrimmage, more first downs, and even more yards lost from penal- ties than did the yellow suited Tigers. The line play of both teams was spotty and for the most of the afternoon the C.C. line outplayed the highly tutored forward wall of Coach Yeager ' s charges. In the backfield, Johnny Ziegler, a transfer to C.C. from C.U. where he starred as a freshman, was the outstanding player. His running and kicking kept the Buffs deep in their territory all afternoon, a fact that caused the Buff scoring machine to bog down most of the time. Except for the three marches that resulted in scores for the Tigers, the game was very evenly played with the advantage, if any, going to the Buffs. Lanky Dave Hall 6-foot 2-inch 170-pound V-12er filled his spot at end and received many passes during the season. Dave is from Portland, Oregon. C.C. STOPS AN END RUN LET ' S HAVE SUZY-Q, TEX! " J ' DoibalL DAVE HALL, END 229 C.U. PLOUGHS ACROSS LAST CHALK STRIP FOR A SCORE DAL PORTO SLUGS OUT FIVE YARDS COLORADO U. vs. UTAH 22 10 On their first away-from-home game, the Colorado Buffs scored a 22-10 victory over Utah University on the latter ' s home field. The first scoring came when C.U. obtained a safety when an attempted kick by the Utes was blocked. To open the highly-offensive second pe- riod, Bob Madalena scored from the 5-yard line on a cut back play set up by Jim Price ' s 54-yard run down the sidelines. Bob Dal Porto, the Buff ' s offensive star of the game, cracked center from the 5-yard stripe after he had electrified the onlookers by running a kickoff back for 83 yards, before he was downed, only to plunge over for another touchdown three plays later. Dal Porto again took the spotlight when, in the final period of the game, he kicked from the 37-yard marker, a perfect coffin-corner boot which bounded out on the Utah 1-foot line. The game was highlighted in its entirety by the many seemingly silly penalties slapped on the C.U. team for little or no reason. Brig Gardner, former Utah U. star, played at the left tackle spot. Brig, 6- foot even 190-pounds, is in the Marines. BRIG GARDNER, TACKLE 230 COLORADO U. vs. COLORADO COLLEGE 6 Talcing advantage of the only scoring threat they made, Colo- rado College pushed over a first quarter touchdown to defeat a stubborn Colorado University team, 6-0, and carry off the 1943 Rocky Mountain region football honors. Johnny Ziegler, former C.U. player, starred again when he cut loose from the C.U. team and chalked up 35 yards before he was stopped. On the next play the Tigers made the only score of the game. The Buffalos made three bids to score in the last half, the first of which came early in the third stanza, when Seiferling fumbled Dal Porto ' s punt and Allen recovered for C.U. on C.C. ' s 29. With Thomas, who subbed for Madalena at fullback, carrying the ball C.U. drove down to the Tiger ' s five, giving up the ball only inches short of a first down. Dick Morrow, tailback, is another lad from Oregon, who starred many times in C.U. ' s brief football season. Dick is a Naval V-12 student on the campus. Hampered by the war, the C.U. Buffalos are due many con- gratulations on the fine spirit and sportsmanship they showed throughout the entire season. SIX MEN AND A BALL DAL PORTO ELUDES C.C. J ' OOJtbjcdL DICK MORROW, BACK 231 JjvcuJl POTTS— THE MAN WHO MAKES ' EM RUN GROSS SECONDS IN THE RELAYS Track suffered equally last spring with the other sports from a lack of men. With much determination, though, Coach Frank Potts set himself to the task of assembling a team with this to say, " As long as there is a man in school who likes to run, to jump, or to throw things we will maintain a track program. " With only a few of the lettermen returning from lasi season, the incoming freshmen were counted on to fill tht vacant shoes of the men reporting for military duty. Thev " filled the shoes " completely; even to the extent of defeating the varsity in one of the inter-class meets 76-63. This was th first time a freshman yearling team has won from a varsir squad since Coach Potts has been teaching at Colorado Uni versity. Paced by big Claton Lewis, who scored 1 1 points oi two firsts and a third, the freshmen swept all places in the mil and two-mile events. Other good marks were made in the hal mile by Brandhorst, a freshman; in the quarter mile by Ciebei and in the high hurdles by Sargent, a varsity newcomer. CIEBER STARTS THE 440 232 JaoxJl BUFF TRIALS FOR THE LOW HURDLES Spiked by the addition of teams from Army posts, the Colorado University relays, last spring, included teams from both colleges and high schools. Of the teams entered, includ- ing Camp Carson at Colorado Springs, Kirtland Field at Albuquerque, Colorado College, Denver University, Nebraska State, Kansas State, and the host team, Kansas State won the crown for the second year in succession with two firsts and a second. Colorado U. ' s Buffalos were only 2 points behind the winners pointage of 13. Scoring firsts in the 440-yard relay, 100-yard dash, and the shotput, CU lacked the pointage to put them over the top. One new record was established in the special events when Sergt. Earl Marshall of Kirtland Field tossed the javelin 203 feet 8 4 inches. The old mark, 191 feet 10 inches, was set up by Bradford of Wayne University in 1938. The meet included three relay events in the collegiate bracket, six for the high schools. GROSS IN THE LOW HURDLES » — " •« n . MORSE AND UNDERWOOD— BROAD JUMPERS 233 J uacL MEIGS, BRANDHORST AND CREBBIN— MILERS TOMMY GROSS— 440 YARD RELAY A strong, twelve-man track team from CU visited the University of Utah Redskins last spring to beat them 72-66. The meet, which was very close all the way, was decided by the final event, the mile relay. Before the relay, the Buffs had only a 1 -point advantage, 67-66. The winning team, coming in with only two yards to spare, consisted of Ed Brandhorst, George Morse, Tom Gross and Don Cieber. Both teams won eight first places, but it was the seconds and thirds that deter- mined the final outcome. The Buffs won the meet because of strength in the field events, sweeping the hammer throw and discus and taking firsts and thirds in the shotput and javelin. Clayton Lewis starred with a triple win, taking the hammer at 124.9 feet; the discus at 135 feet, 8 inches; and the shotput at 45 feet, 7 4 inches. Guy Walk, Colorado ' s only letterman on the team, won the javelin at 166.7 feet. Coming in strong in the dashes for CU was Vic Jeter, winning the 100 in the comparatively slow time of 10.2 seconds and Cieber the 220 in 22.5. GUY WALK LLIS IHL JAVELIN FLY 234 J uxxJl CIEBER, DINK, JETER AND GROSS, THE SPRINT RELAY TEAM " MOOSE " LEWIS THROWS THE DISCUS Colorado University ' s swift and husky track team headed the region ' s collegiate track and field teams in the district NCAA meet last spring at Denver University Stadium. Credit must be handed to the following men: Clayton Lewis, weight throwing star; Jeter, Gross, and Cieber in the sprints; Walk in the javelin; Hammond in the pole vault and Rayburn and Dink in the hurdles. This year ' s team, headed mostly by Navy and Marine men stationed on the campus, is expected to be one of the best teams in years. Men returning from last year ' s squad include: Rayburn, Crebbin, Walk, Morse, and Hall. New men in- clude: Norene, Grosh, Price, Preble, Goodhue and McKinley. Inter-collegiate tracks events will be few and far between owing to transportation difficulties. There will be a certain number held though and those include: the C. U. Relays, the NCAA relays in Denver, and a meet in Colorado Springs between Colorado University, New Mexico University and Colorado College. BOB CARR AND THE HAMMER 235 ie« IT ' S ONLY THE BEGINNING r UP . . . AND OVER fihjf jucat LOOK OUT BELOW! The physical education program took an upward turn with the influx of Naval stu- dents on the campus. The University ' s facihties for training men had to be in- creased to accommodate the enlarged en- rollment. Foreseeing the coming events, university officials early last spring com- pleted plans for an obstacle course which would be added to the outdoor training program. Work was begun as soon as weather permitted. Several set-backs were experienced because of the lack of both materials and help. Finally, in June, the course was completed. In July the course was first used by the Naval and University students. The completion of the course gave the university two courses to be used in the training program: the obstacle course and the " commando " course. The addition of this new course made Colorado University one of the few colleges in the country which had the dual facilities of both s running and obstacle course. NEVER COULD MAKE THIS ONE 236 OJbAJtcudiL QOUMSL The course, which is located directly east of the Men ' s Dormitory, consists of sixteen obstacles. The twelve-foot board wall, parallel bars, ropes and ladders are among these. There is an eight-foot pit that must be jumped, obstacles which must be climbed through, under and over; each one carefully built to exercise specific muscles of the body. The course stresses development of the muscles of the shoulders, arms and back. The obstacle course is an integral part of the physical development program pro- vided by the combined efforts of Naval and university officials. The program con- sists of learning various sports, such as football, basketball and soccer with officials to act as both instructors and referees. The " gentle " art of wrestling coupled with that of boxing is another part of the all-inclu- sive program. Gymnastics, with work on parallel bars, and spring board, is still another section of the training given. Swimming also plays an important part in this program; everyone is given the oppor- tunity to learn. THERE ' S ONLY FIVE MORE! COULD HE BE GOING THE WRONG WAY? JUST ONE MORE TIME OH, YES, DEEP KNEE BENDS 237 NICE PLACE FOR AN ELEVATOR The " commando course " that runs along Boulder Creek just north of Norlin Stadium was expanded early last spring along with the other developments in the university ' s training facilities. The course stresses mainly the development of the muscles of the legs as it consists chiefly of running and jumping. This course is used in connection with the obstacle course. The coaches in the physical education department of the university are to be com- mended for the way they have made the strict Naval training program a part of the university ' s effort to keep every man in top physical condition for the duration. Even without the use of the field house, for the duration housing the Naval Radio School, the university and Naval physical education instructors have kept up a pro- gram of complete physical development since last July when the university was first faced with the influx of students. HUNG OUT TO DRY As many of the Naval students stationed on the campus can verify, the pictures on these immediate pages are of the " com- mando course. " The combined physical training program of the university con- sists in covering this course on certain days of the week; weather permitting, of course. Average running time for this course alone averages from about ten to fifteen minutes. The course consists of running down the stairway just north of the Women ' s gym- nasium, crossing Boulder Creek on logs, running along narrow paths in the wooded area near the creek, re-crossing the creek on ropes, hurtling two log barriers, climb- ing up and jumping off of a bridge, and running underneath the baseball stadium. This entire course is finished off usually by a couple of laps around the track in Norlin Stadium. This course is the oldest of the two on the campus, having been in use for about two years. It forms part of the Naval training program which stresses all types of physical exercise. OVER— THE BEST AND QUICKEST WAY YOU CAN COULDN ' T WE JUST GO UNDER? LOSERS RUN THE OBSTACLE COURSE! QniJuunWiatiu THE WINNAHS! The intramural program has undergone a war-time change along with the other sports activities on the campus. Fraternities and civiUan teams have gradually given way to serv- ice teams. Even with the introduction of such new teams as the Pi Kapp-Acacias, Marines, Lester Hall Lads, N.R.O.T.C. ' s, the intramural program has continued its rounds of such activi- ties as touch football, basketball, baseball, box- ing and wrestling. This year ' s final wrestling matches were held before a capacity crowd of Naval, Marine and civilian spectators in the men ' s gymnasium. Participants from all of the various campus groups were entered in what was an evening of exciting entertainment. The N.R.O.T.C. and Marine basketball team battled in the finals for the championship in what was considered to be one of the very best games ever played on the campus. The N.R.O.T.C. team finally came out winners in a close battle that ended with the score of 35 to 33. The game was played before a huge crowd of Naval and Marine students and their dates. AND THEN THERE ARE STRENGTH TESTS LT. McANDREWS AND HIS STAFF 240 dnJt uunWvcdSu Winner of last spring ' s intramural baseball contest was the Columbine team with Albert Martina in the pitcher ' s box. Entrants in this year ' s contest for the intramural baseball crown have been heavy and an exciting contest is promised. The nine men pictured on the opposite page are the persons who are responsible for the con- ditioning of the Naval students on the C.U. campus. They are, from left to right, Chiefs Horace Brelsford, Jim Stone, Lt. B. K. McAn- drews, Chiefs Chris Flannigan, Len Taylor. Those in back row include Chiefs Melvin Reimer, Ike Taylor, Bill Barringer and George Hamburg. Lieutenant B. K. McAndrews is in command of the Navy Physical Education De- partment on the C.U. Campus. Each man in the physical training program is checked at the end of each term for the physical development he has made by a strength test. The Naval V-12 Unit was adjudged the best unit in the country when a tabulation of the strength tests was made. THE MARINES WILL HAVE THEIR FUN THERE ' S A CUTE BLOND IN THE THIRD ROW, CENTER ..._i WINDING UP FOR A HALF NELSON AL PITCHES FOR THE COLUMBINES 241 BOULDER BOOSTERS INTRAMURALS University of Colorado women have always participated wholeheartedly in all types of intra- mural sports, this July-August term being no exception. There has always been a keen rivalry among the various intramural teams. They are comp osed of members from sorority organizations, freshmen halls, and numerous in- dependent groups. Baseball proved to be the favorite sport of the summer term. 185 women made up sixteen teams in a round-robin tournament of three brackets. Championship teams in each bracket were the Snubbers, Kappa Kappa Gammas, and Tri Delts. The Snubbers won the final tourney. Final winner of the golf tournament was Barbara McCormick, Kappa Alpha Theta, with Marjorie Clapp in second position. Wilma McLeod upset Wanda Colburn for archery honors. Tennis singles went to Jean Johnson, Tri Delt. - EYES ON THE BALL ALICE VAN VALKENBURG AND SUE GASSER TENNIS CHAMPS HIT AND RUN! 242 INTRAMURALS Tennis was again featured in the Inter- session in form of tennis doubles, which were won by Alice Van Valkenburg and Sue Gasser. Wanda Colburn defeated Mary Reed for the archery title. Evelyn Lunn and Rae Tennelle of the Snubbers walked away with horseshoe honors. Congratulations to the freshmen inhabiting the pre-war Beta Theta Pi house! This fresh- men hall has distinguished itself by winning the coveted swimming championship both for the Intersession and the March terms. One of the most exciting games this year was witnessed in the breath-taking final play- off between the Tri Delts and the freshmen of the Chi Psi lodge. In this over-time game the Tri Delts managed to defeat the Chi Psis by the close score of 4-2. The Hockey Club, in which hockey lovers were given an opportunity to display their dexterity and skill, also deserves credit for its part in the sports program. HIT IT THIS WAY THE PERFECT BALANCE OVER THE NET TRI DELTS ON THE BALL 243 THANET, KAPPA PRIZE INTRAMURALS The November term created a new interest in the field of sports on the University campus as 471 girls participated in intramural athletics. The three winning brackets in both the volley- ball and basketball tournaments were headed by Tri Delt, Konopians and Kappa Kappa Gamma. The Konopians grabbed the volleyball title from the Tri Delts by a narrow margin of 24-22. The basketball semi-finals again offered a heated struggle between these two contestants which resulted in the 14-13 victory by the Tri Delts. A final game in which the Tri Delts defeated the Kappa Kappa Gammas 26-13 netted them the championship title over twenty-one intramural teams. University coeds also distinguished them- selves by representing Boulder in a thrilling 21- 20 basketball victory over the famous Denver Dry Goods team in a Navy Relief game. In table tennis, Marcia Strong, was victorious with Alice Van Valkenburg, runnerup. Alice BASKET? THE GREAT STRETCH WATER PAGEANT 244 INTRAMURALS showed her dexterity however, when she and Lois Conover, representing the Kappa Alpha Thetas, defeated their neighbors, Hope Burgoin and Ruth Robinson of the Delta Tau Delta house, in the badminton finals. Tribute and appreciation is extended to the members of Porpoise for their beautiful presen- tation of the Navycade — Nautical Novelties. Honors to Miss Joan Martin, sponsor; Wanda Colburn, president of the club; and Hester Hitchcock, director; for a marvelous show! Last, but not least, the C.U. coed makes the most of Colorado ' s unique opportunities in the realm of Winter sports. Many a lass spins and swirls on her flashing skates to the gay music of the University ' s outdoor skating rink. Likewise skiers made use of campus slopes to practice for more daring participation at Winter Park and Berthoud. Mary Jane Griffith, Jane Howard, Suzanne Gasser, and Nancy Shaw are among some of the most outstanding of C.U. ' s women skiers. WINTER SNOW SCENE INSTRUCTION WANTED? UPSET HAPPY LANDING 245 i ik. T k.i j vjv UL laii en Hiiiiuullte$ Ten Day sources Conservation WaiWAY MET ressed By Dr. Gustavson HED HEXE o ? L ' . S. Will He tndwftri.l .Nrtiitm WitbtMil •fc qM«tc RcMuroc like Qcmumy .■ S ..J i y- : . . ' • " teg teM Saturdays during the fall are exciting days because of football games. The Navy and the bands paraded during the halves. Mums were the flower of the day, and a dance followed the sensational game . . . The A.W.S. Vaudeville was held in the usual manner but to attend the boys were not compelled to dress like girls. . . . Seldom does one see the naval units loitering, but they do get their rest and play . . . The famed annual C.U. Days are still celebrated. Although many of the interfraternity and sorority activities have been " THriAll: Mat 246 Hows tt [LVER GOU tf Roci Convocatidi h Convocation l re Discussions revvs rS iJil: ' " - — - " .Va A-f ■ f ! nM ' ■ it trL ! CLQoUsuqsL abandoned for the duration, some of the intramurals, the song fest, and the anticipated dance were still held. Some of the more fortunate have seen the inside of a car in the past year, but only the supremely fortunate have held a steering wheel . . . Men, who now occupy the Women ' s dorm, not only view the girls strolling by, but also enjoy the views afforded by the nearby moun- tains . . . The Navy has almost completely taken over memorial building although the ball room is still the scene of many social functions. 247 il " ' r«cat» • . Tank Destroyers HelpTlRouf " ng Nazi Attack Bebw Rome- viiale.n Defenders Wiped Out ANK8 DRIYt UtHLiw u u« THe BEST KFWSFAfFJt IN THE U S- A. IN THE UX ft. J M.M- .Aj f - ' lUll m . OH ■= EF sfflff-i A) ' WmiW Ha M roTcapI -JIGHTI , teen 031 .16 ' , I H j 3 More Isleh in Sir V _ TEN 01: «T8 yairw lli-S.toConjfrucf PefroJeum line Across Arabia itt ' .t? : LVER GOLDg coMiiHSSiorsPi B«k !!« «»« I.C« Asm- IN THE MERRY, MERRY MONTH OF MAY THIS MUST HAVE BEEN POSED FOR A WINTER WONDERLAND THETAS BEWARE— THERE ' S A WOLF LURKING KEEP THE KIDDIES HAPPY SARAH, SAILOR, SANDWICH, AND CIGARETTE PI PHIS TO THE LIBRARY, RAIN OR SHINE 248 3CifsLjaL MORE innovations were presented during the winter season . . . the death to fun when the quarantine was slapped on the Navy for the ten days at Christmas necessi- tating the boys partying in the Hbra ry ... a one day Christ- mas vacation from which only the business school really profited ... the New Years Prom was the largest and only all-school formal of the year . . . only four hundred tickets being sold which excluded the rabble who couldn ' t afford to get tickets early. The Wacs came with their Caravan and im- pressed everyone and influenced no one . . . Maynor, Rom- berg, and Spaulding were the hits of the year . . . the winter sports enthusiasts enthusing around the campus about Winter Park and Berthoud ... as the places they lost such items as arms, legs, etc. . . . skating on Varsity lake till too many 250 fell through . . . and for those less athletically inclined, build- ing snow men on the campus . . . Friday nites at the horror shows at the Isis and midnite previews at the Boulder . . . Friday afternoon clubs fell into the set routine and the Senate became worried about those naughty girls who stayed late . . . The honor system revised and revued . . . elections came and again the bloody battle ensued with the Barbs and the Greeks trying to get the jump on one another . . . Coach Yeager into the Navy . . . the Engine Ball and the Engine Queen the highlite of the social calendar . . . The AWS Vaudeville, the Dames Digest, was produced again and the bright spot according to the men was that they didn ' t have to dress as women . . . final week became more than an eventuality with its harassed, disgruntled seniors who now have to take exams with the plebeian underclassmen, blue jeans and ban- dannas became standard . . . and a few cases were sent to Pueblo because of the two-day consecutive exam schedule . . . and so home again and back again for another college try. CLCoUsuqsL 2S1 30ipi.aL Coca-cola hits the spot, for with a beer we ' d never be caught . . . much . . . Three way stretch. Orchesis has a workout . . . Briggs spurs the boys on to victory? Well, once we won ... I got it ... a typical view of Colorado. 252 BOYS, GIRLS AND BEDROLL M. J. GRIFFITH— THE CHAMP CM-. FULL SPEED AHEAD IT MUST BE THE ALTITUDE ORGANIZATION WAS THE KEYNOTE WAX, BUT WHERE ARE THE WAVES? 253 GREEKS 254 ft Tl ▼ Top row — Barber, Barnes, Brandt, D. Davis, E. Davis r Second row — Dodd, Echternach, Hagan, Hassinger, Hastings ▼ Third row — Hitchcock, Hopflnger, Kounti, La Rue, Lewis ▼ Fourth row — Lynch, Marliey, MoncinI, McCarty, Mltchsl ▼ Fifth row — Nash, O. Olson, E. Olson, Palmer, Pope ▼ Sixth row — Robb, Saliba, Schoolland, Seyler, Slemnnons . ▼ Seventh row — Sparke, Stephens, Street, Swan. Tucker ▼ Bottom row — Warner, Wiard OiphcL QhL OmsqcL Founded Nationally — 1888 Installed Locally— 1907 COLORS: Scarlet and olive green FLOWER: Red Carnation OFFICERS Lola Tidball President Virginia Hastings Vice-President Winifred Brandt -- Secretary Margaret Pope Treasurer Ida Nell Barnes Rush Captain Mrs. Margaret Morgan - House Mother Mrs. Robert Crispin Alumni Adrisor ACTIVES BALDWIN, BETTY JO, ' 45 - Estes Park, Col orado BARNES, IDA NELL, ' 45 ; Walsenburg, Colorado BRANDT, WINIFRED, ' 44 Evanston, Illinois ECHTERNACH, VIRGINIA, ' 46 Palisade, Colorado FRYE, JEAN, ' 45 Sterling, Colorado HASSINGER, JEAN, ' 44 Las Animas, Colorado HASTINGS, VIRGINIA, ' 44 --- Grant, Nebraska HOPFINGER, ADELE, ' 44 -- Leadville, Colorado LEWIS, MARILYN, ' 45 - Grand Junction, Colorado MARKEY, LORETTA, ' 46 - — — Golden, Colorado McCARTY, WYNDOLEEN, ' 45 Trinidad, Colorado PALMER, THELMA, ' 46 — Cedaredge, Colorado POPE, MARGARET, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado ROBB, NORMA, ' 45 -- - Loveland, Colorado SCHOOLLAND, CLAIR, ' 44 - Boulder, Colorado SPARKE, JUNE, ' 44 _ Denver, Colorado STREET, ELEANOR, ' 45 -.-. Englewood, Colorado TIDBALL, LOLA, ' 44 - - Ely, Nevada TUCKER, BETTY, ' 46 — Denver, Colorado WIARD, CYNTHIA, ' 45 .„ — Norwalk, Connecticut PLEDGES DAVIS, DOROTHY, ' 47 DAVIS, EILEEN, ' 47 ... DODD, MARILYN, ' 47 . Brighton, Coloradt Brighton, Colorado _ Longmont, Colorado Wauwatosa, Wisconsin La Grange, lllinoit Rye, New York Honolulu, T. H FLANAGAN, SHIRLEY, ' 47 HAGAN, RUTH, ' 47 _.. HEDGES, ADELE, Special ..- HITCHCOCK, HESTER ' 46 _ OGIER, MARGARET, ' 46 North Platte, Nebraska OLSON, EVA JEAN, ' 46 - — .- Pagosa Springs, Coloradt SALIBA, JACKLYN, ' 47 Walsenburg, Coloradt STEPHENS, ELIZABETH, ' 46 _ Denver, Coloradt WILMARTH, ANN, ' 45 El Paso, Text 256 Again the Alpha Chis have aided the war effort by selhng war bonds and stamps, provid- ing food and clothing for an orphan in Eng- land, and taking an active part in the new campus Red Cross Unit. On the traditional Senior Sneak Night, underclassmen, dressed in their finest, ate lamb stew and tapioca pudding without the aid of silverware. The pledges entertained the active chapter in a French cafe setting colorfully carried out with a floor show, songs and fun. In keeping with entertainment, the chapter initiated its newly decorated recreation room during Rush Week. A special feature is the groups of paint- ing done by Margaret Pope. Outstanding members: Adele Hopfinger, Senate, " Miss Cooperation, " Vice-President Red Cross Unit, President of Dialectica, Rhythm Circus; Cynthia Wiard, President of Red Cross Unit, Phi Sigma Iota, Kappa Delta Pi; Virginia Hastings, Vice-President Sigma Alpha Iota, Coloradan Staff, Madrigal Choir; Betty Tucker, Spur, Coloradan, Colorado Engineer, President Panhellenic; Margaret Pope, Delta Phi Delta, Senate, A.W.S. Vaudeville Committee. dlphjcL CDsUtcL fit Founded Nationally — 1851 Installed on Campus — 1913 COLORS: Blue and white FLOWER: Violet OFFICERS Jean Marie Garrison President Margaret Reinhardt . Vice-President Genevieve Skeen Secretary Aline Luedke Treasurer _• Rush Captain Mrs. Jane Spratt House Mother Grace Graver, Mary Louise Lyde, Victoria Siegfried Faculty Advisors ACTIVES BOULLS, BETHA, ' 44 Jennings, Kansas BENSON, CATHERINE, ' 45 Stillwater, Oklahoma BOYER, DIXIE LEE, ' 44 . Trenton, Missouri DICKS, PEGGY, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado GARRISON, JEAN MARIE, ' 44 Bogata, Colombia, South America HERRING, JACQUELINE, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado JONES, BARBARA, ' 45 Elizabeth, Colorado KINGSLEY, MARTHA, ' 46 ]etmore, Kansas LUEDKE, ALINE, ' 44 _ Oak Creek, Colorado McCOY, PEGGY, ' 46 -— .- Denver, Colorado PETERSON, MARIAN, ' 46 „ Colorado Springs, Colorado PHILLIPS, NANCY JANE, ' 46 Clayton, Missouri STREET, GLORIA, ' 46 Fort Worth, Texas SKEEN, GENEVIEVE, ' 44 _ Denver, Colorado REINHARDT, MARGARET, ' 44 Lincoln, Illinois SMITH, MAE, ' 45 _ _ : Winder, Georgia VICKERS, BETTY, ' 45 Smackover, Arkansas PLEDGES ' ANDRIST, WILMA, ' 47 . - BARNGROVER, MARIJEAN, ' 46 BORING, MARJORIE, ' 47 _. CHANDLER, ANITA LEE, ' 47 ... CASE, LA JUNE, ' 47 _. DILLOW, JEANNE, ' 47 ▼ Top row — Benson, Boring, Boulls ▼ Second row — Boyer, Dicks, Dillow ▼ Third row — Dunn, Gorthy, Herring ▼ Fourth row — Johnson, Law, McCoy r Fifth row — Mclntyre, Myers, Phillips ▼ Bottom row — Skeen, Street 268 5 . Francis, Kansas Hugo, Colorado Scatia, Nery York River Forest, Illinois Ault, Colorado Hugo, Colorado DUNN, DONNA MARIE, ' 47 .._ Hugo, Colorado FRANKS, JO, ' 46 _ Rawlins, Wyoming GORTHY, ANNA, ' 46 . 5 . Francis, Kansas JUINN, JIMMIE JEAN, ' 47 _ Slaton, Texas HATCHER, JOAN, ' 46 _ _ Highland Park, Illinois HENLE, CARMAN, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado JOHNSON, JOANNE, ' 47 Longmont, Coloradc JONES, JACQUELINE, ' 47 _ Omaha, Nebraska KAPLAS, BEA, ' 47 Rockford, llinoi ' LAW, RUTH, ' 47 _ _ .. Boulder, Coloradi MITCHELL, BARBARA, ' 47 Valentine, Coloradc MYERS, VIRGINIA, ' 46 .._ Denver, Coloradi McINTYRE, GERRY, ' 46 Helix, Orego, PAPAULAS, ANGIE, ' 47 Craig, Colorado SHAPKOFF, GEORGIA, ' 47 . Christopher, lllinoi SUESS, VIRGINIA, ' 47 Potxca City, Oklahom. The winter formal was the outstanding social event of the year. The theme was " Winter Wonderland. " A large snowball decorated with stars told the names of the girls attending and their escorts. A ceiling of stars and a surround- ing of snow-covered trees contributed to a very convincing atmosphere. Alpha Delta Pi was very proud to celebrate Founders ' Day on May 15 this year. The or- ganization had its 93rd birthday at that time. We are very proud of the certificate awarded to Alpha Alpha Chapter for war work by the grand Council of Alpha Delta Pi. Outstanding among her members are Gene- veive Skeen, nurses aide work; Jean Marie Garrison, Psi Kappa Psi; Ruth Law, Spur, Por- poise, Sigma Alpha Iota; Peggy Dicks, Worthy Advisor of Rainbow; Betha Boulls, Psi Kappa Psi, Sigma Alpha Iota; Margaret Reinhardt, Spur, W.A.A.; Aline Luedke, Drum Major of Woman ' s Band; Angle Papolaus, Drum Major- ette. Several girls are members of the band and participated in other campus activities. ' JLmmm g A ATT rTop row — Anderson, S. Briggs, C. Briggs ▼ Second row — Cox, Curie, Drake ▼ Third row — Fereday, Grey, Grotbeck ▼ Fourth row — Holman, Harlan, Hunter ▼ Fifth row — McKee, McKinnie, Olson ▼ Sixth row — Rockey, Rogers, P. White ▼ Bottom row — S. White. Wood CUpkcL Omk wJt. fit Founded Nationally— 1897 Founded Locally— 1927 COLOR: Cardinal FLOWER: Jacquiminot rose OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Frances Kracha Charmion Briggs Martha Drake Shirley Briggs Treasurer Meredith Harlan " ' ' ' P ' " ' " Mrs. Frederick Beaumont i use Mother Mrs. James Walter Boulder, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Eranston, Illinois Trinidad, Colorado .. Palo Alto, California Two Rivers, Wisconsin Arrada, Colorado ACTIVES BEAVER, MARJORY, ' 46 - - - B " " ' ' ' " ' " ' " " " ' BEYE, JANE, ' 46 . - - -- " " ' ■ ' ' ' " ' ' BRIGGS, CHARMION, ' 44 San Onofre, Califorma BRIGGS, SHIRLEY, ' 44 .- San Onofre, California COX, SHIRLEY, ' 46 - -- -- DRAKE, MARTHA, ' 46 .- GREY, DOROTHY, ' 46 - HARLAN, MEREDITH, ' 44 --■ HAYES, MARGARET, ' 46 - - - KRACHA, FRANCES, ' 45 - - OLSON, RUTH ANN, ' 46 - - -- ROCKEY, SUSAN, ' 46 - -- -- - Steamboat Springs, Colorado TOVANI, MARGARET, ' 46 - - Moulder, Colorado PLEDGES ANDERSON, ELEANOR, ' 47 - Fort Warren, Wyoming ARNELL, DOLORES, ' 47 - - - Alamosa, Colorado CURRIE, ANN, ' 47 - - - FEREDAY, JOYCE, ' 47 - GROTBECK, ALICE, ' 47 — - HOLMAN, REBECCA, ' 46 llliopolis, Illinois Los Angeles, California Port Arthur, Texas Pocatello, Idaho Salt Lake City, Utah Boulder, Colorado HUNTER, GLORIA, ' 46 -- - — McKEE, ANNE, ' 46 - McKINNIE. MARGARET, ' 47 J- l ' " " ' T " " " ' " PELS, CYNTHIA, ' 46 PETERMAN, MARY, ' 47 ROGERS, DOROTHY, ' 45 Green Ri.er. Wyoming SNYDER, ELOISE, ' 47 W " ' " ' " ' ' " ' " " ' SOLTER, MARJORIE, ' 46 - - Wheatridge, Colorado WALLACE, PEGGY, ' 47 - - - - - Waialua, Oahu, T. H. WHITE, PATRICIA, ' 46 - - Peidmont, California WHITE, STELLA, ' 46 - J " ' ' ' ' " " ' ' ' " " ' " " WOOD, NORMA, ' 47 - Colorado Springs. Colorado Denver, Colorado .... Pocatello, Idaho 260 Redecoration of the first floor of the chap- ter house constituted a main project for the year. They also plan on doing over their chap- ter room. The Alpha Delta Pi ' s topped their social events by a garden party formal held in the spring. Many Denver alumnae of AOPi celebrated Founder ' s Day this year with the actives in order to open their Social Service Drive by subscribing to the Foster Parents for War Children, and by purchasing war stamps for AOPi National. The outstanding members of this chapter are: Charmion Briggs, member of AED, Iota Epsilon Pi, Delta Phi Alpha and vice-president of AOPi; Meredith Harlan, past president of AOPi, rush chairman, member of Spur, the Student War Speaking Group, Phi Beta Kappa, Panhellenic, and W.A.A.; Frances Kracha, president of AOPi, ASUC, Commissioner of Forensics, De- bate Manager, Chairman of War Stamp and Bond Committee, freshman councilor, Dialectica, Silver and Gold, WAA, House of Representa- tives, Panhellenic, and Spur. IiliM ■ ■■■! i = = tti[» M sisiiiii jl»ll W . L ' M : kJ w 1 1 1 II 1 n mmm ■■ iiiiii ■ ■■ Hb L .1 ! St 5S S Ik % ■K«i 1 ■S ' l i ' il 111 f AO ' FT Pli . riiti .JHk. , Hi jmmug M ▼ Top row — Aherne, Anderson, J. Ba chman, Barker, Borette ' Second row — Bernard, E. Bachman, Collins, Channberlain, Cushman r Third row — Cushing, DeBeukelaer, Dee, Echternach, Elii yr Fourth row — Fulfon, Freennan, Griffith, Gregson, Garrison w Fifth row — Gamer, Howell, Hammerstrom, Hayward, Jewell ▼ Sixth row — Jarvis, Kllley, Lusby, LaPeire, Marye ▼ Seventh row — Martin, North, Pearce, Reed, Ruler ▼ Eighth row — Spear, Story, Self, Saul, Thompson ▼ Bottom row — Verploeg, Willis dlphcLphl Founded Nationally — 1872 Founded Locally — 1924 FLOWER: Lily of Valley and the Forget-me-not COLOR: Silver and bordeaux OFFICERS Ruth Stillson President Nancy Story Vice-President Edith Bachman Secretary LuRA Hayward Treasurer Blanch Buck Rush Captain Mrs. Harry Olwin House Mother Charlotte Spangler, Sally Maul, June Boyle Alumni Advisors ACTIVES BACHMAN, EDITH ALICE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado BUCK, BLANCHE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado BURNARD, LOUISE, ' 46 : Denver, Colorado COMEGYS, MARGARET, ' 45 U Grange, Illinois DeBEUKELAER, FRANCES, ' 44 - Chicago, Illinois ECHTERNACH, MARGUERITE, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado ELZI, BETTY, ' 46 _ Erie, Colorado FENTON, ELIZABETH, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado GAMER, ELSIE JANE, ' 44 Billings, Montana GARRISON, PATRICIA, ' 45 _..... Grand Junction, Colorado GREGSON, POLLY, ' 46 -. Chicago, Illinois HAGGARD, CATHERINE, ' 46 Oak Park, Illinois HALL, MARJORIE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HAMMERSTROM, MARGARET, ' 46 Billings, Montana HAYWARD, LURA, ' 45 Cimarron, New Mexico HOWELL, ADA BETH, ' 46 Denver, Colorado JEWELL, MAURINE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado JOHNSON, MARY ALICE, ' 45 Rapid City, South Dakota KILLEY, BARBARA, ' 44 Western Springs, Illinois LUSBY, PATRICIA JEAN, ' 45 Brush, Colorado MARTIN, GALE, ' 46 Albuquerque, Nev Mexico MARYE, PATTY SUE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado SAUL, JO, ' 46 Douglas, Wyoming SELF, RUTH ANN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado STILLSON, RUTH, ' 44 Denver, Colorado STORY, NANCY, ' 44 Chicago, Illinois WILLIS, CHARLOTTE, ' 44 Seattle, Washington PLEDGES ACHENBACH, CATHERINE, ' 47 Julesburg, Colorado AHERN, PATRICIA, ' 45 _ Denver, Colorado BACHMAN, JANET, ' 47 Denver, Colorado BARKER, CONSUELO, ' 47 Chicago, Illinois BORETTI, JOAN, ' 47 Highland Park, Illinois I CHAMBERLAIN, JANE, ' 47 . COLLINS, PATSY, ' 47 CUSHMAN, PEGGY, ' 47 ....... CUSHING, MARY LOU, ' 47 DEE, EDITH, ' 46 FREEMAN, ANN, ' 47 FULTON, RUTH, ' 47 GASSER, SUE, ' 47 GERTEN, NANCY, ' 47 GRIFFITH, CONNIE, ' 47 HESS, DOROTHY, ' 45 JARVIS, JEAN, ' 45 LaPEIRE, BARBARA, ' 45 NORTH, LYNNE, ' 47 PEARCE, PATRICIA, ' 47 REED, MARY, ' 47 RULER, SALLY, ' 47 Albert Lea, Minnesota Denver, Colorado Evanston, Illinois Oak Park, Illinois: Los Angeles, California-: Greeley, Colorado -[ Denver, Colorado Pocarella, Idaho s Coraopolis Heights, Pennsylvania} Denver, Colorado! ._ Sioux City, Iowa ' ) Kansas City, Missouril Palo Alto, California! Pleasant Hill, Missouri Des Plaines, Illinois Chicago, Illinois SCHARBACH, SHIRLEY, ' 47 ... SMITH, MARY CAROLINE, ' 47 SPEAR, BETTY LOU, ' 47 THOMPSON, JEAN, ' 46 VERPLOEG, PHYLLIS, ' 45 Greeley, Colorado, Schenectady, New Yorki _. Rockford, Illinoisl Cheyenne, Wyoming] Denver, Coloradoi Pella, lowd 262 r :l " iiKi " ! m::: " All out for defense " seems to be one Alpha Phi motto for this year. Their latest Red Cross project is an afghan which they are knitting in the sorority colors, silver and bordeaux. Many of the girls have donated to the blood bank, and others have rolled bandages. " Alphi " , the (ahem) gray convertible, tour- ing car with an imported top, is far from being unpatriotic too, because she is used for many war-time jobs such as collecting grease and nylon hose for various drives. Along with defense work, the Phis find time for other activities. They placed second in the A.W.S. Vaudeville and have competed suc- cessfully in intramurals. Topping the social events of the year were their pledge formal, when the rec room was con- verted into Santa ' s Workshop, and the senior formal when the decorations gave the sophisti- cated air of a night club. Outstanding students are: Marguerite Echternach, Spur, Circulation Manager of the Window, Assistant Orientations chairman, Y.W.C.A. cabinet, Student War Council; Maurine Jewell, Office and collections manager of Coloradan, Secretary of Student War Coun- cil, Spur, House of Representatives, Y.W.C.A.; Frances DeBeukelaer, Business manager of Coloradan, Equestrian Club. ▼ Top row — Anderson, Barnett, Beattle, Bennetts, Betasso, Bradshaw ▼ Second row — Burck, Burgoln, Cardinal, Carr, Cross, Duff ▼ Third row — Dudley, Durr, Emmett, Paris, FItipatrlcIc, Fordham ▼ Fourth row — Fox, Furbeck, Greeno, Hanks, Hill, Jackson ▼ Fifth row — Jessup, Jones, Kendall, Kennedy, King, KIstler ▼ Sixth row — Lammert, Lehman, B. Martin, L. Martin, McCaw, Meyer ▼ Seventh row — Mullenix, Newell. Otte. Patterson. Perkins. Pickell ChL Omsiqa, Founded Nationally — 1895 Installed Locally— 1906 FLOWER: White Carnation COLORS: Cardinal and straw OFFICERS Ila Mae Purcell President Persis Emmett Vice-President Lois Lehman Secretary Nancy Meyer Treasurer Cynthia Carr Rush Captain Mrs. Neal Sutherland Hcmse Mother Mrs. George Teal Alumni Advisor Miss Norma LaVeque Alumni Advisor Mrs. a. a. Padolk _ Alumni Advisor ACTIVES . Denver, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Borger, Texas Littleton, Colorade Denver, Colorado BENNETTS, SHIRLEY, ' 45 .. BETASSO, BETTY RAY, 45 BRADSHAW, BOBBE, ' 45 ., CARDINAL, PEGGIROE, ' 46 CARR, CYNTHIA, ' 45 ...._ DIXON, MARY, ' 44 - Santa Ana, California DUDLEY, MARJORIE, ' 44 - -- Amanllo, Texas EMMETT, PERSIS, ' 45 -- Boulder, Colorado PARIS, PATRICIA, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado HANKS, BARBARA, ' 46 „.„ - Denver, Colorado JESSUP, BARBARA JEAN, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado KING, MARIAN, ' 46 Arlington, Virginia LEHMAN, LOIS, ' 45 - - -.- - - Denison, Iowa LINDOW, LOUISA, ' 44 McCAULEY, PATSY JEAN, ' 45 McCAW, ANNE, ' 45 _ _ MARINOFF, VIVIAN, ' 45 MARTIN, LILLA MAY, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado .... El Paso, Texas MARTIN, BETTY JO, ' 47 „ - — £ ' Pi o, Texas MEYER, NANCY, ' 44 Kansas City, Missouri MORGAN, JANE, ' 44 - Lombard, Illinois MULLENIX, EMMA JEAN, ' 44 - - Boulder, Colorado PATTERSON, MARJORIE, ' 44 - Kansas City, Missouri PERKINS, JEANETTE, ' 46 Mitchell, Nebraska PRATT, PAULA, ' 45 _ .- - - - Casper, Wyoming PURCELL, ILA MAE, ' 44 .-. Eaton, Colorado SHADFORD, ELAINE, ' 44 - - Denver, Colorado SHAW, MARY, ' 45 - Denver, Colorado SCHLESSINGER, MURIEL, ' 46 --- - Colorado Springs, Colorado WAGNER, MIRIAM, ' 45 — Fort Morgan, Colorado WARREN, IDA MAE, ' 45 - Boulder, Colorado WILEY, PEGGY, ' 45 Colorado Springs, Colorado WILLIAMS, MARY EV, ' 45 Umar, Colorado PLEDGES ANDERSON, MILLICENT, ' 46 - Julesburg, Colorado BARNETT, KATHRYN, ' 47 - — Wichita, Kansas BURCH, JANE, ' 46 : Tulsa, Oklahoma BURGOIN, HOPE, ' 47 . Omaha, Nebraska CRASS, DELORES, ' 47 -. Wheatridge, Colorado DIXON, CELIA, ' 47 Santa Ana, California DURR, DOROTHY, ' 45 .. FITZPATRICK, ELEANOR, FORDHAM, AUDREY, ' 47 FURBECK, VIRGINIA, ' 47 GREENO, DOROTHY, ' 47 JACKSON, BETTY, ' 47 JONES, CHARLIE MARIE, ' 47 KENDALL, JEAN, ' 47 — KENNEDY, CLARE, ' 47 NELSON, SHIRLEY, ' 47 NEWELL, ROSEMARY, ' 46 OTTE, OLIVE MAE, ' 47 SPROUL, BEVERLY, ' 47 . STEPHENS, MERWYN, ' 47 SWEENEY, GERTRUDE, ' 47 .. WADSWORTH, JEANNE, ' 46 Belle Fourche, South Dakota 47 Oak Park. Illinois Glenwood Springs, Colorado Glen Ellyn, Illinois Boulder, Colorado Wheatridge. Colorado Dalhart, Texas ... - Mitchell, Nebraska Kansas City, Missouri Denver, Colorado Belle Fourche, South Dakota Littleton, Colorado _. Worland, Wyoming Ridgewood, Nerv Jersey Bartlesville, Oklahoma _ Barberton. Ohio Along with their other social events, the Chi Omega ' s found time to give a Christmas party for the underprivileged children of Boulder. They also gave Harriet Galientier the social science award. One of the most active Chi Omega ' s this year, has been Jane Morgan, outstanding senior, president of Mortar Board, and Senate mem- ber as past social chairman. Vee Marinoff, another outstanding senior, is now president of A.W.S., a member of Hesperia, assistant news editor of the Silver and Gold, and a member of Kappa Delta Pi. Persis Emmett was chosen as Hesperia president, business manager of the Silver and Gold, a member of Beta Sigma, social chairman of A.W.S., and personnel chairman of the University Women ' s Club. Shirley Ben- netts and Marion King have proved to be the outstanding juniors. Mary Shaw and Shirley Bennetts are officers of W.A.A., and Patricia Paris is class editor of the Coloradan. 265 rTop row — Ad«ms, Barker, Bridenbaugh, Chlsholm, Crawford ' Second row — D. Dick, E. Dick, Doughty, Falkenburg, Farabee ▼ Third row — Fletcher, Frijble, 6erard, Graf, Gregg ▼ Fourth row — Hayes, Johnson, C. Krier, S. Krier, Long ▼ Fifth row — Linger, Love, Minton, Newcomb, Owells ▼ Sixth row — Rich, Riggt, Scogin, Sloan, Smith ▼ Seventh row — Stanton, Steik, Strain, Telk, Wangberg ▼ Bottom row — Watrous, Whittenberg (DsdJta. 0sdJtjcL (DsJIcl Founded Nationally— 1889 Installed Locally— 1917 COLORS: Silver, gold, and blue FLOWER: Pansy ..President OFFICERS Jean Scogin Betty Rich Vice-President Dorothy Dick Secretary Betty Linger Treasurer Gloria De Tar Rush Captain Mrs. Huntington House Mother Mrs. Kelleher Alumni Advisor ACTIVES ADAMS, BETTE, ' 45 „ Raton, New Mexico BARKER, MARY LOUISE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado BRIDENBAUGH, MARY ALICE, ' 46 Billings, Montana CROSMAN, MARGARET LEE, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado De TAR, GLORIA, ' 45 Denver, Colorado DICK, DOROTHY, ' 44 Walsenburg, Colorado DOUGHTY, JANE, ' 46 „ Springfield, Colorado FALKENBURG, JANET, ' 44 .. FARABEE, BETTY JANE, ' 46 Kansas City, Missouri - Pueblo, Colorado FLETCHER, JANE, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado FORNER, JANET, ' 45 Colorado Springs, Colorado GREGG, JANE, ' 46 Loveland, Colorado GREGG, NOVELLA, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado HORTON, JOYCE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado JOHNSON, MARILYNN, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado JOHNSON, JEAN, ' 46 Cheyenne, Wyoming KRIER, CAROL, ' 44 Walsenburg, Colorado LINGER, BETTY, ' 45 Hooper, Colorado MINTON, MARY ANNE, ' 45 Dallas, Texas MINTON, CAROLYN, ' 46 _.. „ Dallas, Texas NEWCOMB, PEGGY, ' 46 .._ Monte Vista, Colorado OWELLS, BETTY, ' 46 _ .. Denver, Colorado PORTER, BARBARA, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado RICH, BETTY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado RIGGS, FRANCES, ' 46 : Denver, Colorado SCOGIN, JEAN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado SLOAN, ELEANOR, ' 45 Hayden, Colorado STEIK, BOBBY, ' 44 Upper Monteclair, New ]ersey STRAIN, ANNA MAE, ' 46 La Junta, Colorado Springfield, Colorado ... .. Denver, Colorado STRONG, MARCIA, ' 45 TELK, PATRICIA, ' 46 WANGBERG, ANN, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado WILSON, MARY LYNN, ' 45 -... La Junta, Colorado PLEDGES BURNER, PEGGY, ' 47 CHASE, MAMIE, ' 47 CHISHOLM, PATTY, ' 47 . COOPER, PHYLLIS, ' 47 -.. CRAWFORD, JEAN, ' 47 _.. CROCKETT, JANE, ' 47 ...... DAVIS, SARAH LOU, ' 47 DARBY, VIRGINIA, ' 44 ..... DICK, BETTY, ' 47 _... FRISBIE, CLEO Cheyenne, Wyoming .. La Junta, Colorado El Paso, Texas Colorado Springs, Colorado Oakland, California Olathe, Colorado . El Paso. Texas .. Denver, Coloradc Walsenburg, Coloradc GIRARD, JANE, ' 47 GRAF, PAT, ' 47 _ GRUND, MARJORIE, ' 47 HAYES, RUTHANN, ' 47 KRIER, SHIRLEY, ' 47 LONG, DONNA, ' 45 LOVE, MARTHA, ' 46 ...._.. SMITH, FRANCES, ' 47 ... Golden, Coloradc Boulder. Coloradc Denver, Coloradc Twin Falls, Idahi Walsenburg, Coloradi Guymon, Oklahoma STANTON, NORMA JEAN, ' 47 ... WATROUS, CAROL, ' 47 WHITTENBURG, C. J., ' 47 ZANELLA, VERA, ' 47 Colorado Springs, Coloradi Denver, Coloradi Denver, Coloradi Pueblo, Coloradi Trinidad, Coloradi Loveland, Colorado 266 Due to the new accellerated program, the Tri-Delt house remained open all summer, and along with their studies, the Delta girls enter- tained with buffet suppers and picnics on the lawn. In keeping with the war effort, all orchestras were dispensed with for the Tri-Delt formals and a record player was used. The money saved went toward the purchase of War Bonds. Nine Spurs, two Hesperia and a Morter- board member show that Tri-Delta was on its toes when campus activities began. Outstanding members include: Jean Scogin, Phi Beta Kappa, President of Tri-Delt; Mary Louise Barker, Morterboard Vice-President, President of A.W.S., " Miss C.U. " , Who ' s Who in American Colleges and Universities; Betty Linger, City Editor of Silver and Gold, Treas- urer of Boot and Spur Club, Hesperia, Tri- Delt treasurer; Frannie Riggs, A.W.S. Senate Treasurer, W.A.A. Board, Spur, Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Betty Rich, Silver and Gold, Spur, House of Representatives, Tri-Delt Vice-Presi- dent, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. ▼ Top row — Bardwell, Beer, Bennett, Berge, Blomgren ▼ Second row — Brace, Castle, Class, Deffenbaugh, Dickinson ▼ Third row — Driscoll, Garst, A. Grills, M. Grills, Hockbaunn ▼ Fourth row — Howard, Knight, Krippner, Lang, Lee ▼ Fifth row — Lillengren, McClintock, McPherrin, Mosley, Jane Muller ▼ Sixth row — Joan Muller, Neithammer, Olson, Parkhill, Quarnberg ▼ Seventh row — Read, Richards, Rushton, Scofield, Smith ▼ Eighth row — Stanley, Stevens, Stever, Strieby, Tukey ▼ Bottom row — Walsh, Walsworth, Washburn, Wood CDsdlcL ' j cunmjCL Founded Nationally — 1874 Installed Locally— 1886 COLORS: Bronze, pink, blue FLOWER: Pearl white rose OFFICERS Gloria Norberg — President Elaine Blomgren — — V ice-President Marjorie McPherrin Secretary Barbara Lang -- Treasurer Anne Krippner Rush Captain Mrs. Frank Shipman House Mother ACTIVES BARDWELL, ELLEN, ' 46 .. BENNETT, BETTY, ' 44 BLOMGREN, ELAINE, ' 44 CASTLE, POLLY ANN, ' 45 DICKINSON, SHELIA, ' 46 DILLON, PEGGY, ' 45 Denver J Coloradt Denver, Coloradi Denver, Coloradt Loveland, Coloradv Omaha, Nebrash ' _ Boulder, Coloradv DRINKARD, MARGARET, ' 45 Denver, Colorado DRISCOLL, KATHLEEN, ' 44 Rapid City, South Dako:,, DUKES, GRETCHEN, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado GARST, BARBARA, ' 46 Douglas, Wyomin.: HOCKBAUM, GERTRUDE, ' 44 -... Washington, D. C. JOHNSTON, GEORGANNE, ' 46 Boulder, Colorad . KNIGHT, ALICE IRENE, ' 44 ...-- Elgin, Illinois KRIPPNER, ANNE, ' 44 - -- Denver, Colorad ' LANG, BARBARA, ' 45 Billings, Montam LEE, PHYLLIS, ' 46 -- Denver, Colorad LEONARD, EDITH, ' 46 - - Denver, Colorad ) LOMAS, LOUISE, ' 45 _ - - Red Oak, Ion -. McPHERRIN, MARJORIE, ' 44 - Des Moines, Ion: NEITHAMMER, NONA, ' 44 Casper, Wyomin i MULLER, JANE, ' 46 Denver, Coloraa MULLER, JOAN, ' 46 - - Denver, Coloraa NORBERG, GLORIA, ' 45 - Denver, Coloraa: QUARNBERG, ADELE, ' 46 Rapid City, South Dako. SMITH, BETTE BELLE, ' 46 ..- Palo Alto, Californ • STRIEBY, CHARLOTTE, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorac ' WALSH, BARBARA, ' 46 - - - Denver, Colorai.- ' WOOD, MARCIA, ' 44 .-.- — - - Fonda, In ,i PLEDGES ANDREWS, KATHLEEN, ' 47 - Washington, D. ( ' BEER. EULALIA, ' 46 .. Denver, Colorai BERGE, MARGARET, ' 47 Denver, Colora, . BRACE, BARBARA, ' 46 - Piedmont, Calijorr. . CLASS, MARJORIE, ' 47 Boulder, Colora. , DEFFENBAUGH, ATHA, ' 45 Golden, Colora, . GRILLS, ALICE, ' 47 Denver, Colora. . GRILLS, MARY, ' 47 Denver, Colora. . HOWARD, JANE, ' 46 Salt Lake City, Ul i HUBMAN, VIRGINIA, ' 47 Boulder, Colora . JOHNSON, MARY LOUISE, ' 46 Lead, South Dak KEMPER, SHIRLEY, ' 47 -- Denver, Colora , LILLENGREN, JOAN, ' 47 . Chicago, lllin i McCLINTOCK, MERRILL, ' 47 Crosse Point, Michig MOSLEY, MARY, ' 45 - Colorado Springs, Colora ( OLSON, IRENE, ' 47 _ _ Boulder, Colora PARKHILL, MARIE, ' 47 Denver, Colora : PATTERSON, ANN, ' 47 _ Hinsdale, lllin i READ, LUANA, ' 47 _ River Forest, lllm RICHARDS, SHIRLEY, ' 46 Bakersfield. Califor RUSHTON, MARION, ' 45 _ Red Oak. lo SCOFIELD, PAT, ' 46 Palo Alto, Califor i, STANLEY, XENIA, ' 47 _.. Denver, Color. . STEVENS, FRANCES, ' 46 - Piedmont, Califor STEVER, CAROL, ' 47 Atherton, Califor TUKEY, LYDIA, ' 45 Omaha, Nebra WALTON, JEAN, ' 45 Denver, Color. WASHBURN, JANE, ' 45 St. Paul. Minnes WEST, PAT, ' 46 : Slaton, Te 268 The D G ' s ended last year with a bang by receiving the Intramural Plaque and the Delta Gamma award for the chapter participating in the most activities. The war has not prevented them from having formals and various tea dances. While on vacation in March, Mrs. Shipman, Delta Gamma house mother, was replaced by Mrs. Lillian Kemp. Both Nona Neithammer and Elaine Blom- gren were chosen for Pacesetters and " Who ' s Who in American Colleges, " Nona was also edi- tor of the Silver and Gold, on the Rhythm Cir- cus Board, and graduated Cum Laude. Elaine is present editor of the COLORADAN, in Spur, Hesperia, and Mortar Board, and was an ' A.S.U.C. commissioner. Spur and Hesperia members include Gere Norberg, Adele Quarnberg, Ellen Bardwell, and Pan Castle. Gere is on the W.A.A. Board and Dodo; Ellen is on the Board of Publications and a 3 point Engine Student! Pan is business manager of the Dodo and Adele is assistant editor of the Coloradan. Newly elected treas- irer of A.W.S. is Marie Parkhill. (DsJlcL fihL pAihn, ▼ Top row — Alter, Beck, Krim ▼ Second row — Snelder, Spiegleman, Stein V Bottom row — Streltier, Trilling, Werthelmer Founded Nationally — 1922 Founded Locally— 1940 COLORS: Purple and gold FLOWER: Pansy OFFICERS Marcia Brooks President Delores Trilling ...„ Vice-President Flora Stein ..Secretary Rosalie Weitheimer Treasurer Elaine Beck Rush Captain Miss Nan Weist House Mother Mrs. Murphy Alumna Advisor ACTIVES BECK, ELAINE, ' 45 - -. - Denver, Colorado BROOKS, MARCIA, ' 44 Denver, Colorado MARGOLIS, BERNICE, ' 44 - Lamed, Kansas ROSENTHAL, EVELYN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado SOBOL, BEATRICE, ' 46 - Denver, Colorado SPIEGLEMAN, RUTH, ' 46 Denver, Colorado STEIN, FLOR A, ' 45 - - Pasadena, California TRILLING, DELORES, ' 46 -- Denver, Colorado WEITHEIMER, ROSALIE, ' 44 .-... - Omaha, Nebraska PLEDGES ADELSTEIN, HELEN RUTH, ' 47 -... - Long Island, New York j ALTER, ANITA, ' 46 ._ - Davenport, Iowa BALOWS, GOLDIE, ' 47 - Colorado Springs, Colorado KRIM, BETTE ANN, ' 47 Denver, Colorado SINAIKO, ARLENE, ' 47 - Cedar Rapids, Iowa SINAIKO, NADINE, ' 47 Cedar Rapids, Iowa SNEIDER, ROSE, ' 47 .„ — - - - Joliet, Illinois STRELTZER, TOBY, ' 47 Denver, Colorado 2 TO The Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority had their share of social activities during the past year, having had a Winter Formal for their Pledge Class which was based on a Western theme, a dance given for the pledges with the Phi Sigma Delta Fraternity, and also many tea and radio dances given for the service men. They have also done their share for the war effort by having blood donors from the house, selling War Bonds and stamps in the booths of many university buildings, and having many members participate in First Aid work and Nurse ' s Aid work. Their outstanding members include: Rosalie Wertheimer, Phi Beta Kappa, Little Theatre, Sorority Treasurer; Flora Jane Stein, House of Representatives, W.A.A. Board, Kappa Delta Pi, Sorority Secretary, Dodo Staff, Dialectia; Beatrice Sobol, Spur, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, W.A.A. Board, Junior Orchesis, President of the Sorority Pledge Class. mmff iPI UD Top row — Auner, Ballou, Broquet, Burcham, Deam r Second row — Combs, Ellis, Evans, FIncher, Jane Gllhams ' Third row — Jean Gllhams, Griffiths, Hale, Holdman, James ▼ Fourth row — Kelly, Lang, Law, Lindberg. LIndholm r Fifth row — Link, Marcy, McCord, McCormick, McMahan V Sixth row — Miesse, Moore, Muir, Neill, Patrick ▼ Seventh row — Rathfon, Reed, Rodman, Ross, Rouse ▼ Eighth row — Saval, Selander, Sinnett, Shanley, Snyder r Ninth row — Springer, Stephenson, Stevens. Tesdall, Todd ▼ Bottom row — Tomlinton, Van Valkanbarg, Whipple JCapfjCL dlphcL JhsJba Founding — January, 1870 Installed Locally— April, 1921 FLOWER: Black and gold pansy COLORS: Black and gold OFFICERS President Y ice-President Secretary Myra Smith Jane Moore Betty Tomlinson Jane Ellis Treasurer Jeanne Miesse Rush Captain Mrs. Frances Shumaker House Mother Mrs. G. H. Light Alumna Advisor ACTIVES AUNER, JOSEPHINE, ' 46 Des Moines, Iowa BROQUET, JACQUELINE, ' 45 - - Norton, Kansas BYGEL, JEAN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado DEAM, BETTY, ' 44 - _ Chicago, Illinois ELLIS, JANE, ' 44 - - Griswold, Iowa GRIFFITHS, MARTHA, ' 46 Canon City, Colorado HALE, BARBARA, ' 45 - -- - Chicago, Illinois HOLDMAN, JEAN, ' 44 York, Nebraska LAW, ANABEL, ' 46 Colorado Springs, Colorado LIEN, LOIS, ' 45 Denver, Colorado LINDHOLM, PHYLLIS, ' 44 Great Falls, Montana McCORMICK, BARBARA, ' 44 - Topeka, Kansas MIESSE, JEANNE, ' 44 _ Detroit, Michigan MOORE, JANE, ' 45 Matoon, Illinois MUIR, PAT, ' 46 - Santa Fe, New Mexico PATRICK, PAT, ' 46 _ . Portland, Oregon RATHFON, JEANNE, ' 45 Sugar Loaf, Colorado RODMAN, PRISCILLA, ' 44 Denver, Colorado ROUSE, MARTHA, ' 45 ._ Chicago, Illinois SHAFFER, FLORENCE, ' 46 Spencer, Iowa SHANLEY, PATRICIA, ' 44 Los Angeles, California SINNETT, MARION, ' 44 - - Evanston, Illinois SMITH, MYRA, ' 44 Tribune, Kansas SNYDER, PHYLLIS, ' 44 Mason City, Iowa SPRINGER, SUSAN, ' 45 Ann Arbor, Michigan STAULDER, DOROTHY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado STEPHENSON, MARYLYN, ' 46 Littleton, Colorado STEVENS, MARJORIE, ' 44 .„ Davenport, Iowa TESDELL, DOROTHY, ' 44 Denver, Colorado TOMLINSON, BETTY, ' 46 Ardmore, Oklahoma ; WHIPPLE, VIRGINIA, ' 46 Canon City, Colorado ] PLEDGES BALLOU, BARBARA, ' 47 _ Hinsdale, Illinois BURCHAM, BETSY, ' 47 Denver, Colorado CONOVER, LOIS, ' 47 Mason City, Iowa FINCHER, MARVA JO, ' 45 -.._ - Salina, Kansas GILHAMS, JANE, ' 47 Wynnwood, Pennsylvania GILHAMS, JEAN, ' 47 Wynnwood, Pennsylvania JAMES, ELEANORE, ' 47 KELLY, MARILYN, ' 47 .. KITE, DIANE, ' 47 LANG, JOAN, ' 47 LINDBERG, PATSY, ' 47 . LINK, SALLY, ' 47 LONGNECKER, LETTY, ' 45 MARCY, JANICE, ' 47 McMAHAN, PATSY, ' 47 SCHANDER, RUTH, ' 47 Estes Park, Colorado -. Hardin, Montana .... Denver, Colorado ... Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado .... Denver, Colorado ... Boulder, Colorado Ashland, Nebraska Pueblo, Colorado Denver, Colorado ■ NEILL, ORA, ' 47 . _ _ Evanston. Illinois REED, DOROTHY, ' 47 ..._ _ Boulder, Colorado ROSS, BETTY, ' 47 _ Oakland, Iowa SAVAL, MARIAN, ' 46 Batllemountain, Nevada SELANDER, RUTH, ' 47 Denver, Colorado [ TODD, ROSE MARY, ' 47 _ Pueblo, Colorado . VAN VALKENBURGH, ALICE, ' 46 272 Chickasha, Oklahoma i Aside from a few losses via the altar this year, the Thetas managed to carry on in good style. Katsup, the annual pledge party at which the actives bow to pledges ' wishes, was a howling success. The Thetas considered their tradition- ally informal winter formal the fun dance of the year. Jane Moore, prexy, is the president of W.A.A., Secretary of Orchesis, on the Busi- ness School Board, in Rhythm Circus and the Little Theatre, on Y.W.C.A., and a Coloradan Beauty Queen of ' 43. Toni Sinnett is also prominent, as she is an assistant editor of the Coloradan, assistant chairman of C.U. Days committees, in W.A.A., and a participant of the Rhythm Circus and A.W.S. Vaudeville. j ] 4. ' fi - ( M " " - - - ' 273 ▼ Top row — Alexander, M. Anderson, S. Anderson, Baker, B. Bennett ▼ Second row — D. Bennett, Brockway, Brown, Cunningham, Detwelller ▼ Third row — Engle, Gilmore, Graves, Griffith, Harl ▼ Fourth row — Hawkinson, Heim, Hickey, Holter, Ireland ▼ Fifth row — Kerman, McCabe, Nichols, Noble, O ' Rourke ▼ Sixth row — Peabody, Platts, Pratt, Rapolje, Schurman ▼ Seventh row — Stone, Stovall, Stratton, Thompson, Weiter ▼ Bottom row — Wilson DiappcL JiappcL Founded Nationally — 1870 Installed Locally— 1910 FLOWER: Fleur-de-Lis COLORS: Dark blue and light blue OFFICERS ZiNNETTE Spore President Thanet Schurem an Vice-President Barbara Bennett Secretary Betty Cunningham Treasurer Margery Hickey Rush Captain Mrs. Isabelle Rhoads House Mother ACTIVES . Denver, Colorado ANDERSON, SUZANNE, ' 45 ARNOLD, SARAH JANE. ' 46 Boulder, Colorado BAKER, BEVERLY ANNE, ' 45 _ _ Denver, Colorado BENNETT, BARBARA, ' 44 ___ ._ Memphis, Tennessee BROCKWAY, BERTA RUTH, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado COXHEAD, MARILYN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado CROSS, MARJORIE, ' 45 _ Fort Collins, Colorado CUNNINGHAM. BETTY, ' 44 Denver. Colorado CURRY, CAROLYN. ' 45 _ _ Dallas, Texas CURRY, CATHERINE, ' 44 _ _ Dallas, Texas DETWEILER, MARGARET, ' 46 — Twin Falls, Idaho FREED, KATHRYN, ' 44 _ Pueblo, Colorado GILMOUR. HELEN, ' 45 Denver. Colorado GRIFFITH. PAT. ' 45 Cheyenne. Wyoming HARL, SUZANNE, ' 45 Denver, Colorado HATTRICK, ELIZABETH, ' 45 _ -.- Denver. Colorado HAWKINSON, MARY, ' 45 _ Larned. Kansas HEIM, JERALDINE. ' 44 — _ IVichila, Kansas HICKEY, MARGERY, ' 44 _ _ Denver, Colorado HITT. MARY ALICE, ' 44 _.. Lonsmonl. Colorado HOLTER, CARYL. ' 46 Denver. Colorado ILES, TAMMA, ' 46 Craig, Colorado IRELAND. EDITH, ' 44 _ i _ Denver, Colorado KLEMM. PATTY, ' 45 _ - Bloominglon, Illinois LASCELLES, ANNE, ' 44 _ .-. Wilmelle, Illinois LEFTWICK, ALICE ANN, ' 45 _ Dallas, Texas NICHOLS, NANCY LEE, ' 45 NILSSON, MARY, ' 45 O ' NEAL. PEGGY, ' 44 _ O ' ROURKE, PATRICIA, ' 44 „ PARKER, PEGGY, ' 45 PEABODY, KATHRYN, ' 44 ... PLATTS, VIRGINIA, ' 44 PRATT, JOAN. ' 46 __ PREY. PATSY. ' 46 ...Los Angeles, California Denver, Colorado ..:. .Pueblo, Colorado Denver, Colorado Dallas, Texas Denver, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Idaho Springs, Colorado Denver, Colorado Washington, D. C. _ _ Denver, Colorado RUTLEDGE, MARY LOU, ' 45 SCHOENE, FLORENCE, ' 46 .. SCHUREMAN. THANET, ' 44 Fort Collins, Colorado SHANESY. SUE, ' 44 — Evanslon, Illinois SLAGLE, DOROTHY, ' 44 — - Denver. Colorado SPORE, ZINETTE, ' 44 Denver, Colorado STAPP, JOAN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado STONE. DIANE, ' 46 - Boulder, Colorado STRATTON, JEAN, ' 46 Denver, Colorado WARREN, JANE, " 45 _ _ Grand Junction, Colorado ..Colorado Springs, Colorado WATERS, RITA GRACE, ' 46 WEBER. ALDA MAE, ' 45 _ _ _ Boulder, Colorado WEISER, MARJORIE, ' 44 - Houston, Texas WELCH, BARBARA, ' 45 - — _ Boulder. Colorado- PLEDGES ALEXANDER, ANN, ' 47 ANDERSON, MARY LOUISE, ' 46 BEECHER, MARYBELLE, ' 47 BENNETT, DORIS, ' 47 BERGMAN, BETTY, ' 47 BROWN, BEVERLY, ' 47 CURRY, CAROLYN, ' 45 ENGLE, FAITH, ' 47 — .. INGWERSEN, NANCY, ' 46 KERMAN, MARY, ' 47 McALPINE, LOIS, ' 47 - McCABE, MARILYN, ' 47 NOBLE, KENT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado i Denver, Colorado] ..BoTtlesvillc, Oklahoma J Denver, Colorado Boulder, Colorado " • Denver. Colorado Dallas, Texas . Denver, Colorado ■ .Denver. Colorado RAPALJE, VIRGINIA. ' 47 STOVALL, MARJORIE, ' 47 THOMPSON, DOROTHY, ' 4« WILSON, SUSAN, ' 46 Pasadena. California - Dallas, Texas i Pueblo, Colorado I z.Pasadena. California i ! Pueblo, Colorado ] Denver, Colorado Pueblo, Colorado Des Moines, Iowa 274 when the door opens at the Kappa House, practically anyone, from a student, to an ac- tivity girl, will meet you. Katie Peabody, Ori- entation Chairman might have opened the recrea- tion room to accommodate women students, or she might be meeting the Senate Board with Than Schureman, W.A.A. president. Betts Cunningham might be holding Rhythm Circus practice, or Kay Freed could be holding a meet- ing of THE WINDOW staff. Then too, Betts Cunningham and Katy Peabody, Mortar Board members, might be getting a few tips from the other member and Phi Beta Kappa, Kay Freed. Edie Ireland would at all events be keeping the business affairs straight from her experience as ' 43 president of the Business School. •■??. i 1 y filSsdcLfihl Founded Nationally — 1867 Installed Locally— 1884 FLOWER: Wine Carnation COLORS: Wine and blue ▼ Top row — Abel, Alford, Blanch, Brackenbury, Campbell, Carlson ▼ Second row — Collins, Comer, Currlgan, Dahiln, Douden, Dumm ▼ Third row — Egan, Fishel, Fleming, Gillespie, Hartiler, Hickman r Fourth row — Holtiman, Hughes, A. Hylan, J. Hylan, Johnston, King ▼ Fifth row — Kirkpatrick, Lill, Littell, MacKImm, McCauley, Miller ▼ Sixth row — Millikan, Morrison, Naugle, Nowell, Olmstead, Orr ▼ Seventh row — Owen, Pool, Prouty, Reed, Remington, Reynolds ▼ Eighth row — Rowe, Seitz, Stanley, Taylor, Vining, L. Wilson r Bottom row — Marie Wilson, Medora Wilson, Woodbury, Worcester . Preside OFFICERS Jeanne Hamer Kathrin Pool Vice-President Laura Naugle Secretary Barbara Owen Corresponding Secretary Sue Carlson Treasurer Elaine Littell Rush Captain Mrs. May R. Tyler House Mother Ida L. Swayne Alumna Advisor Rebecca Vaille Knoettge Alumna Advisor ACTIVES ABEL, MARGARET, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado BLAKE, VIRGINIA, ' 46 _ Wichita, Kamas BRACKENBURY, BARBARA, " 44 CAMPBELL, MARJORIE, ' 46 CARLSON, SUE, ' 44 CURRIGAN, MARY EVELYN, ' 45 — DOUDEN, CATHERINE, ' 46 DUCY, PATRICIA, ' 45 ..._ EGAN. HELEN, ' 45 .- FISHEL, JEANNE, ' 46 GILLESPIE, RUTH, ' 45 GREEN, MARY ANN, ' 45 HAMER. JEANNE. ' 44 HILTON, VIRGINIA LOU, ' 45 . HUGHES, JACKIE, ' 44 HYLAN, JUNE, ' 45 JOHNSTON, MARY LOU, ' 45 KIRKPATRICK, GEORGIA, ' 45, LILL, JEANNE, ' 46 . LITTELL, ELAINE, ' 44 MacKIMM, BARBARA, ' 46 McCAULEY, EILEEN, ' 45 MILLIKAN, CHARLINE, ' 45 NA UGLE, LAURA, ' 44 NEWMAN, CAROL, ' 46 NIELSEN. JEAN, ' 45 NOWELL, ANN, ' 44 , Fort Collins, Colorado ..Long Beach, California .Aurora, Illinois Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Pueblo, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado „ .Denver, Colorado — ...Denver, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Council Bluffs, Iowa Boulder, Colorado Denver, Colorado IValsenburg, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Beverly Hills, Illinois Denver, Colorado Tulsa, Oklahoma Sterling, Colorado _ Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Evanston, Illinois Denver, Colorado OLMSTEAD, NADINE, ' 46 ORR. BETTY, ' 46 _ OWEN, BARBARA, ' 44 POOL, KATHRIN, ' 44 REED, KATHRYN, ' 45 - _ Boulder, Colorado Hay ward, California .Beverly Hills, Illinois Denver, Colorado .-Evanston, Illinois ..Longmont, Colorado REMINGTON, BETTY DODSON, ' 45 - REYNOLDS, HELENE, ' 45 ROWE, MARY JANE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado STANLEY, DORIS, ' 46 Denver, Colorado TAYLOR. VIRGINIA, ' 46 -. Denver, Colorado WILSON, LUCRETIA, ' 44 Denver, Colorado WILSON, MEDORA, ' 45 _ Denver, Colorado PLEDGES ALFORD, MARY, ' 47 - _ West Orange, New Jersey BLANCH, JACQUELIN, ' 47 Denver, Colorado COLLINS, CLAIRE, ' 47 Grand Rapids, Michigan COMER, ADRIAN, ' 47 _ Pueblo, Colorado DAHLIN, JOAN, ' 47 Denver, Colorado DUMM, LAURA JANE, ' 47 Denver, Colorado FLEMING. BETSY, ' 47 Boulder, Colorado HICKMAN, LOU, ' 47 Boulder, Colorado HOLTZMAN, NANCY, ' 47 HUGHES, MARY, ' 46 HYLAN, ANNE, ' 47 KING, NANCY, ' 47 McELIN, JOAN, ' 47 MILLER, NANCY, ' 47 ..Rochester, New York ....Council Bluffs, Iowa Boulder, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Denver, Colorado ..Palo Alto, California MORRISON, BARBARA, ' 47 PAGE, MILDRED, ' 47 PROUTY, JANE, ' 47 SEITZ, GLORIA, ' 46 SHAW, NANCY, ' 45 Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado .-Denver, Colorado VINING, MARGIE, ' 47 WILSON, MARIE. ' 47 WILSON. ROBERTA. ' 47 WOODBURY, MARTHA, ' 47 WORCESTER, MARY, ' 47 ..Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Denver, Colorado Tulsa, Oklahoma Chichasha, Oklahoma „ Boulder, Colorado Boulder, Colorado 276 Besides entertaining other sororities and fra- ternities at tea dances and co-operating with Ruth Gillespie, head of the Red Cross unit on the campus, the Pi Phi ' s have had a very busy year. In addition to this, they were able to win for the fourth consecutive year the Denver Panhellenic Scholarship Cup. The Pi Phi ' s still boast that they have the most charming and lovable house mother of all, Mrs. Tyler. Among the prominent Pi Phi ' s are: Barbara Owen, A.S.U.C. Honor System, Who ' s Who in American Colleges, A.S.U.C. Disciplinary Committee, President, Hesperia, Vice-President, Spur, Phi Gamma Mu; Ann Nowell, Vice-Presi- dent, A.W.S., Secretary, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Mortar Board, " Miss Initiative, " Spur, House of Representatives, Copy Editor, Coloradan; Kath- rin Pool, Editor of Coloradan, W.A.A. Board, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet, Who ' s Who in American I Colleges, Phi Gamma Mu. WuvsJidJJj (jJonumX, Qluh Founded on campus 1937 COLORS: Green and gold OFFICERS Betty Nash President Lenore Westerman Vice-President Marjorie Kincaide Secretary Irene Eastin Treasurer Miss Lydia L. Brown Faculty Sponsor Miss Therese Stengel . Faculty Sponsor Mrs. F. p. Storke Faculty Sponsor Mrs. Myrtle Centento House Mother RESIDENT MEMBERS BERGQUIST, JEAN, ' 44 ..............Oshkosh, Nebraska BLICKENSDERFER, BETSY, ' 45 . Denrer, Colorado BRANDON, ANN, ' 45 Akron, Colorado CHANCE, LOIS, ' 44 Pueblo, Colorado EASTIN, IRENE, ' 44 Kremmling, Colorado EDMONDSON, MILDRED, ' 45 Akron, Colorado HEADRICK, MYRTLE, ' 44 Boulder, Colorado HEPPLEWHITE, BETTY, ' 45 .Walsenburg, Colorado HEUBNER, JANE, ' 44 Estes Park, Colorado KNAPP, BEVERLY, ' 44 ..Boulder, Colorado LARSEN, DOROTHY, ' 44 Denrer, Colorado MARSHALL, LUCILLE, ' 45 Ovid, Colorado NASH, BETTY, ' 45 : Canon City, Colorado ROBBINS, NATALIE, ' 44 Ridgewood, New Jersey THOMSON, JEAN, ' 45 ...Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania WALDO, HELEN, ' 45 Greeley, Colorado WOMMER, MARTHA, ' 44 Durango, Colorado WOODS, LOUISE, ' 44 ...-. Kansas City, Missouri wTop row — Bergqulst, Blickensderfer, Brandon ▼ Second row — Chance, Eastin, Ednnondson ▼ Third row — Larson, Marshall, Thompson ▼ Bottonn row — Waldo, Wommer, Woods 278 The Women ' s Club has again completed another very successful year. Their social enter- tainments have not only given enjoyment to their members and students of the University, but have also netted the Red Cross one hundred and fifteen dollars from the Carnival last fall. The relaxation teas, and the five groups of the organization — " Fashion and Personality, " " Drama and Literature, " " Art and Music, " " Victory, " and " Dance and Sport " — have given a great deal of enjoyment to the women stu- dents on campus. At present there are between three hundred and fifty and four hundred members of the Women ' s Club, with eighteen of the most out- standing members living in their club house on campus. ▼ Sitting, left to right — Cladis, Reed, Dykstra, Pluss, Quimby, Logan, Woodruff ▼ Standing, left to right — Russell, Dean, Dumm, Gurley, Henderson, Miller Qjnbuipvodshnih} CoujnxIL ACAaA ALPHA TAU OMEGA BETA THETA PI DELTA TAU DELTA ... Jim Gurley . ... Bill Reed Dave Henderson Keith Miller KAPPA SIGMA John Quimby PHI DELTA THETA ....... Keith Russell PHI GAMMA DELTA James Dumm PHI KAPPA TAU John Cladis PHI SIGMA DELTA Norman Pluss PI KAPPA ALPHA Marshall Dean SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON John Giannini SIGMA CHI Phillip Dykstra SIGMA NU Roger Logan 280 ▼■Sitting, left to right — Syler, Taylor, Smith, Marinoff, Garrison, Kinsley, Lewis, Carr ' Standing, left to right — Miesse, Beck, Brooks, Farrabee, Telk, Buck, Norberg, Stillson, Krtppner, Littell, Spore, Dickey, Purcell, Kracha PanhidLmJjc OFFICERS Vee Marinoff President Lola Tidball Vice-President Myra Smith Secretary Jean Garrison Treasurer ALPHA CHI OMEGA Lola Tidball Ida Nell Barnes ALPHA DELTA PI .Jean Garrison Martha Kinsley ALPHA OMICRON PI ..„. Frances Kracha Jane Beye ALPHA PHI Ruth Stillson Blanche Buck CHI OMEGA. Ila Mae Purcell Cynthia Carr DELTA DELTA DELTA Jean Scogin Gloria Grund De Tar DELTA GAMMA Gloria Norberg Anne Krippner DELTA PHI EPSILON Evelyn Rosenthal Elaine Beck KAPPA ALPHA THETA ........Myra Smith Jeanne Miesse KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Zinette Spore Margery Hickey PI BETA PHI Jeanne Hamer Elaine Littell 281 docudcL True to tradition the Acacias have many men in activi- ties and honoraries. Perhaps the most prominent member is Bill Utlaut. He is Editor of the Colorado Engineer, President of Eta Kappa Nu, an A.S.U.C. Commissioner, in A.I.E.E. Who ' s Who, in Pi Mu Epsilon and Tau Beta Pi. Another active member is Herb Johnson, who is in Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi, and Colorado Engineer A.S.M.E. Shelby Cooke is in Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Quarterdeck Club, A.I.E.E., and Phi Epsilon Phi. Beecher McCampbell reached the finals in the Denver Boxing Tournament. Tom Peterson is on the Rifle and Pistol team, and also in the semi- finals of the Boxing Tournament. OFFICERS Richard E. McCosh President Homer Dale Gatchell Vice-President Jack Noble Secretary William F. Utlaut Treasurer Mrs. C. E. Bocock - House Mother Mr. Hugh E. McMillen ..Alumni Advisor ACTIVES BLAKEY, JOHN W., ' 45 ....Wauwatsosa, Wisconsin BORMAN, ARTHUR P., ' 44 - Denver, Colorado CHOUN, JOSEPH M., ' 44 Denver, Colorado COOKE, SHELBY C, ' 45 - - ....Denver, Colorado FELKNER, BARNETT F., ' 46 _ Sterling, Coloradt FOSTER, CLYDE, ' 46 - -.- - -- Long Beach, Californi. GATCHELL, HOMER D., ' 46 ..- - - -- Arvada, Coloradi GURLEY, JAMES R., ' 46 St. Louis, Missoia HURLEY, W. GRANT, ' 45 , .-, ..Alamosa, Colorado JOHNSON, HERBERT, ' 45 .-. - .....Denver, Colorad. LOPER, ROBERT, ' 47 - -- Olathe, Colorad- McCAMPBELL, C. BEECHER, ' 47 .- .Julesburg, Colorad McCOSH, RICHARD, ' 44 Denver, Colorad McNEIL, ELBERT, ' 44 - _ - Sanlanta. Kansc NOBLE, JACK, ' 44 Longmont, Colorad j PETERSON, THOMAS, ' 46 Olathe, Cotortd UTLAUT, WILLIAM, ' 44 Sierling, Co ' orad | ■▼Top row — Borman, Choun V Second row — Coolce, Foster ▼ Third row — Johnson, McCannpboll ▼ Fourth row — McCosh, Noble ▼ Bottom row — Peterson, Utlaut 282 CUphjcuJajuL Omsi}£L Although the A.T.O. ' s moved, their former house- mother, Mrs. Cranberry, stayed to continue in the same capacity for the freshmen women. Their main social event this year was their formal at the Brown Palace in Denver. But a beer bust with the Sigma Nu ' s was also included. This party was held to show that the A.T.O. ' s held no grudge against the Sigma Nu ' s for winning the basketball game played this winter. Although the chap- ter lost many members to the service, it also gained many from other schools. The former A.T.O. prexy. Bill Reed, was in Sumalia and Phi Epsilon Phi. Kenny Owens is an ofEcer of Alpha Epsilon Delta, and house manager of the A.T.O. ' s. OFFICERS Ralph W. Reed.... _ President Paul Sweeney Vice-President Richard Barber Secretary Kenneth Owens .Treasurer Howard House Rush Captain Sylvester Horn Alumni Advisor ACTIVES BARBER, RICHARD, ' 45 .Denver, Colorado CEBULSKI, STANLEY, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado ELLIS, WILLIAM, ' 45 - .._ Denrer, Colorado EMMONS, JOHN, ' 46 Waukegon, Illinois FRANSON, CARL EMIL, ' 46 Seaview, Washington GARDNER, MAURICE, ' 46 .....Portland, Oregon HERTUCKY, EDWIN, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado HOUSE, HOWARD, ' 45 Denver, Colorado KERBY, McFALL, ' 46 Washmgton, D. C. LUZAN, WILLIAM, ' 44 .....Rock Springs, Wyoming MILLER, DONALD, ' 45 Portland, Oregon MUELLER, MARK, ' 46 Denver, Colorado OWENS, KENNETH, ' 45 Denver, Colorado PEELER, RICHARD LE E, ' 46 Lakewood, Colorado REED, RALPH W., ' 45 _ Denver, Colorado REED, RICHARD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado SWEENEY, PAUL, ' 46 Portland, Oregon TAYLOR, THOMAS, ' 45 Telluride. Colorado WELTNER, WILLIAM, ' 46 Akron, Ohio WIGAND, ROBERT, ' 45 Staten Island, Nerv York WILKINSON, ROBERT, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado PLEDGES ORR, THOMAS EDWIN, ' 47 _..... Denver, Colorado WHITESIDE, ROBINSON, ' 47 Wilmette, Illinois ▼ Top row — Abulskr, Barber, Herfuclty ▼ Second row — House, Luzan, Miller ▼ Third row — Orr, Owens, Peeler ▼ Bottom row — Richard Reed, WIgan 283 £siDL JhsdcL PL To top off the new school year, the Betas got a new house, since their famous " stairless " mansion has been taken over by the freshmen women. A barn dance and their panorama parties made up the social activities of the well-known playboys. The Betas are also athletes. They proved their prowess last spring by winning base- ball and Softball intermurals. In the fall they came out on top in touchball. This was quite a feat, because a civilian team won over the Marines. Lou Hart boosted the Beta morale by being an A.S.U.C. commissioner, in Sumalia, and president of the freshmen law class. Tom Doar was also in Sumalia and is a member of the Quarte- deck Club. OFFICERS David Henderson President J. T. Liggett Vice-President Charles Streamer : Secretary Louis Hart Treasurer James Walker Rush Captain Allan T. Laucks Alumni Advisor ACTIVES ASPINWALL, WILLIAM, ' 46 -_ Boulder, Colorado BARNETT, BARCLAY, ' 46 ..., Portland, Oregon BARNETT, KENDRICK, ' 46 Portland, Oregon BECHTEL, STEVE, ' 47 Oakland, California BEIN, TOM, ' 46 _ Berthoud, Colorado BRALIE, CHARLES, ' 47 . Portland, Oregon DANIELSON, PHILIP, ' 47 Denyer, Colorado DOAR, TOM, ' 44 New Richmond, Wisconsin DUTHIE, ALASTAR, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado FABLING, JOHN, ' 46 X enrer, Colorado GARDNER, JOHN, ' 47 . J:)enyer, Colorado GATES, HARRY, ' 45 Denver, Colorado HALL, DAVID, ' 45 Portland, Oregon HART, LOUIS, ' 44 Greeley, Colorado HENDERSON, DAVID, ' 45 Greeley, Colorado HUGHES, ALFRED, ' 47 _ Denver, Colorado JOYCE, RAYMOND, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado KEELY, CLAYTON, ' 47 Springfield, Missouri KOHLER, FREDRICK, ' 45 New York City, New York LIGGETT, JOHN, ' 43 Pueblo, Colorado MICHAEL, ROBERT, ' 45 . Centralia, Illinois MORROW, RICHARD, ' 46 _ MacMinnville, Oregon MURPHY, JAMES, ' 47 Denver, Colorado NELSON, RICHARD, ' 47 Denver, Colorado PADDOCK, JOHN, ' 46 ...Boulder, Colorado PETERSEN, PETER, ' 45 Portland, Oregon ROYER, DAVE, ' 45 Greeley, Colorado SIMONS, WILLIAM, ' 45 Las Animas, Colorado SPRATLEN, FRANK, ' 45 .....Denver, Colorado STRATTON, KIRK, ' 45 Denver, Colorado STREAMER, CHARLES, ' 46 Pueblo, Colorado, STREAMER, FRANK, ' 47 Boulder, Colorado TOBEY, ROBERT, ' 46 Wichita, Kansas VERNER, ROBERT, ' 46 .. ..Denver, Colorado WALKER, JAMES, ' 45 .._: Casper, Wyoming YOUNG, GENE, ' 45 Pasadena, California PLEDGES Los Angeles, California Boulder, Colorado DICKEY, DONALD, ' 47 _.. DUTHIE, ROBERT, ' 47 HOOPES, PETER, ' 45 - Salt Lake City, Utah LOVETT, EMERY, ' 47 Palaces Verdes, California MONROE, GORDON, ' 47 ...._ Grand Junction, Colorado PRICE, JAMES, ' 47 _ - Brush, Colorado ROOK, JACK, ' 46 _ Boulder, Colorado ▼ Top row — B. Barnet, K. Barnet, Bechtel, Bralle ▼ Second row — Danielson, Dickey, Doar, Duthle ▼ Third row — Fabling, Hall, Hart, Hughes ▼ Fourth row — Joyce, Keely, Liggett, Michael ▼ Fifth row — Morrow, Monroe, Murphy, Nelson ▼ Sixth row — Paddock, Petersen, Price, Rook ▼ Seventh row — Royer, Simons, Spratlen, Streamer ▼ Bottom row — Tobey, Verner, Walker 284 0idjta, JaiL (DsdtcL The Delts were very patriotic this year. They turned their house into a dormitory, so the freshman girls could be next door to the Navy V-5 ' s. Even though the Delts are scattered, they manage to meet with their housemother. Mother Ladd. She is the main force keeping her " boys " together. A dinner dance at Wayne ' s constituted their social ac- tivity, but more spontaneous parties were not lacking. Most of the Delts are in Navy units on campus. Some are prominent in their groups. They are particularly proud of their president and A.S.U.C. Commissioner, Keith Miller. OFFICERS Keith Miller President Chauncey Frisbie Vice-President Donald Campbell Secretary Charles Schobinger Treasurer Mr. Perry Bartlett Alumni Advisor ACTIVES BUSBY, L. M., ' 44 _ , Boulder, Colorado BRUBECK, CHARLES, ' 46 Denver, Colorado CAMPBELL, DONALD, ' 46 Nev Rochelle, New York CARTWRIGHT, BURTON, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado CORBIN, DAVID, ' 47 Boulder, Colorado FLEISCHMAN, TRAVIS, ' 46 Denver, Colorado FRISBIE, CHAUNCEY, ' 46 Highland Park, Illinois FUERST, CHARLES, ' 47 ....Greeley, Colorado HALL, OLIVER, ' 45 Grand Junction, Colorado HEUSTON, ROBERT, ' 45 ..._ Boulder, Colorado HOLMES, ROBERT, ' 46 Medford, Oregon IRWIN, ROBERT, ' 46 Sheridan, Wyoming LANGDON, LAURENCE, ' 44 . .Pueblo, Colorado MEECE, JAMES, ' 46 Portland, Oregon MILLER, KEITH, ' 46 ..Greeley, Colorado WESTER, RICHARD, ' 46 _. Denver, Colorado WYATT, KON, ' 46 _....Canon City, Colorado PLEDGES BUSH, CHARLES, ' 47 BROWN, CARL, ' 47 ... -. Greeley, Colorado Atchison, Kansas ERZINGER, LEE, ' 47 Denver, Colorado HAZELHURST, ROBERT, ' 47 Denver, Colorado MILEK, DAVID, ' 47 Omaha, Nebraska RICHIE, MYRNA, ' 47 Boulder, Colorado ▼ Top row — Brown, Brubeck, Bush ▼ Second row — Campbelle, Corbin, Frisbie ▼ Third row — Fuerst, Hall, Holmes ▼ Fourth row — Irwin, Meece, Milek ▼ Bottom row — Schobinger, Wyatt 285 JiappcL Si cp nioL The Kappa Sigmas gave up their beautiful house on Pennsylvania street this year to the Freshmen, but they still managed to hold many dances, both here and in Denver. The chapter was founded on this campus the year before the United States entered the first World war, and again this year the chapter has said goodbye to many of its members going to fight for Victory. Outstanding members of the fraternity are John Quimby, N.R.O.T.C., officer junior year, Silver and Gold staff member for four years. Phi Epsilon Phi, political organ- izer; Ralph Scruby, again made a three point average. OFFICERS John Quimby President William Coover Vice-President George Irvin Secretary Ralph Scruby Treasurer Mrs. John W. Parish House Mother C. T. Cecil, Brierley Alumni Adrisors ACTIVES ANDERSON, ALVAN, ' 46 COOVER, WILLIAM, ' 46 - Wheatridge, Colorado Kinsley, Kansas HANSON, ARCHIE, ' 47 _ Beverley Hills, California HILL, LEE, ' 46 Lakewood, California IRVIN, GEORGE, ' 46 - ....Denver, Colorado KELLER, EDWARD, ' 45 - ......Sioux Falls, South Dakota KRUMUIEDA, EUGENE, ' 46 Derwer, Colorado MURPHY, JOHN, ' 47 Pueblo, Colorado NICOLL, CRARRIE, ' 46 Wailuku Maui, T.H O ' KEEFE, MATTHEW, ' 45 Boulder, Coloradi QUIMBY, JOHN, ' 44 - -- Denver, Coloradi ROUP, NORMAN, ' 46 _ Yampa, Colorado SCRUBY, RALPH, ' 46 Longmont, Colorad, VIK, TRYGVE, ' 46 -- - Eugene, Orego, ▼ Top row — Anderson, Brown ▼ Second row — Coover, Krumueida ▼ Third row — Hanson, Irvin ▼ Bottom row — Vik •£S0 fihl CDdJtcL Jhsda, Football is the main activity of the Phi Delts. They are very proud of Paul Briggs ' nomination lo the Ail- American team. Dykstra and Gardner also played for C. U. Another athlete is Stan Norrine, a half-miler. The Phi Delts have cut down on their social activities this year, but they had a beer bust with the Thetas, and a radio dance with the Delta Gammas. WAVES now live in their house, and most of the boys on campus are in the Navy program. An outstanding member of the Phi Delts is Hobart Potter. He was chairman of the Engine Ball, on the Dodo and Colorado Engineer, and in Ski Club. OFFICERS Keith Russell President George Morse Vice-President Homer Henderson Secretary Jack Emery Treasurer George Morse Rush Captain ACTIVES ANDERSON, HOMER, ' 46 Denver, Colorado BASHER, VERNON, ' 46 LoreUd, Colorado BRIGGS, PAUL, ' 46 Grand Junction, Colorado CAMPBELL, HARLEY, ' 46 Denyer, Colorado CRAMER, ROBERT, ' 45 Rocky Ford, Colorado DYKSTRA, LEMAR, ' 46 .....Grand Junction, Colorado EMERY, JACK, ' 44 Kinley, Ohw FREZIERES, GRANT, ' 44 Colorado Springs, Colorado GOODY, WALTER, ' 46 Denver, Colorado HAASE, EDWARD, ' 45 ...Newton, Kansas HORTHER, WILLIAM, ' 45 Durango, Colorado HOY, HUGH, ' 46 ...Farmington, Nerv Mexico KREEMER, WILLIAM, ' 44 Hermosa Beach, California LOOK, ROBERT, ' 46 ._ Denver, Colorado MORSE, GEORGE, ' 46 Trinidad, Colorado NEVANS, THOMAS, ' 45 Salida, Colorado OSTRANDER, WILLIAM, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado POTTER, HOBART, ' 44 Westwood, California RUSSELL, KEITH, ' 46 Grand Junction, Colorado SMALLEY, DELBERT, ' 45 Springfield. Missouri STAHMER, JEROME, ' 45 Maywood, Illinois STEPHENS, ROBERT, ' 46 Denver. Colorado VENUTI, ROBERT, ' 46 Bayfield. Colorado WALK, GUY, ' 44 Grand Junction, Colorado WORRELL, OJAY, ' 45 Glenrvood Springs. Colorado PLEDGES ANGLE, WALTER, Law York, Nebraska COYLE, CHARLES, ' 47 ..Los Angeles, California FRYE, HERBERT, ' 46 Atryood, Kansas HAYS, RAYMOND, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado HENSON, WARREN, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado JOHNSON, NORRIVILE, ' 47 .... Alva, Oklahoma WILLIAMS, KEITH, ' 46 ..Colorado Springs, Colorado WILSON, ROLAND, ' 46 Grand Junction, Colorado ▼ Top row — Angle, Bashor, Campbelle ▼ Second row — Dykstra, Frezieres, Frye ▼ Third row — Haase, Hays, Hoy ▼ Fourth row — Johnson, Morse, Nevans ▼ Fifth row— Venuti, Walk, Williams ■▼ Bottom row — Wilson, Worrell 287 I Mk I fihL ' ammjoL CDsdia, Phi Gamma Delta is in its thirty-second year on the campus, and now occupies a new house on Broadway and has managed to crowd a few colorful and lively social events into their curricula. The War brought the cancellation of many traditions and further concentration in an effort to aid our country. Tupper Smith, a well known Fiji, returned to the campus this year and was again active in campus affairs. Jim Dumm also made his mark on the campus. He was President of the fraternity, A.S.U.C. commissioner and was also active on other campus affairs. OFFICERS James Dumm President Bradley Wolff Recording Secretary Robert Belcher Corresponding Secretary Martin Williams Treasurer C. Y. Thomas, Harry Robertson J2o-Rush Captains Mrs. Abigail Dickey House Mother Mr. Donald McInnis Alumni Advisor ACTIVES BEATTIE, LYLE W., ' 45 _. Boulder, Colorado BELCHER, ROBERT L., ' 45 Pueblo, Colorado ,-Denver, Colorado -Denver, Colorado ..Denver, Colorado BEVERIDGE, ROBERT J., ' 46 DICK, GERALD M., ' 46 DUMM, JAMES B., ' 44 EASTMAN, ROBERT L., ' 46 Maplewood, New Jersey FRANKLIN, WALTER B., JR., ' 45 Boulder, Colorado HUMPHRIES, JESSE H., ' 45 La Junta, Colorado IRELAND, ROGER, ' 46 ....Denver, Colorado LEWIS, GEORGE B., ' 47 ..Denver, Colorado McCLEARY, EDWARD R., ' 44 MILLER, ROSS D., ' 43 PACE, CHARLES W., ' 47 PHILLIPS, ROBERT G., ' 45 SCOTT, ROY S., ' 46 SMITH, KEENE Z., ' 47 Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado ..Longmont, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado ..Denver, Colorado SMITH, WALTER E., ' 43 Hilo, Hawaii THOMAS, CHRISTOPHER, ' 46 Pittsburg, Kansas PLEDGES BESSEE, NORMAN, ' 47 .. CLICK, C. EARL, ' 47 CURRIGAN, BARRY, ' 42 EKREM, RICHARD, ' 47 .-Denver, Colorado ..Denver, Colorado ; ..Denver, Colorado ..Denver, Colorado ..Denver, Colorado ..Denver, Colorado i FISCHER, EUGENE H., ' 47 GOEBEL, DOUGLAS, ' 47 HENDERSON, HARRY, ' 47 _ -.. Helena, Montana LEDBETTER, LOY, ' 47 St. Louis, Missouri LAURIE, THOMAS, ' 47 _.. Denver, Colorado O ' KEEFE, JOSEPH, ' 47 _.. St. Louis, Missouri PLATTS, HARVEY, ' 47 Boulder, Colorado ROBERTSON, HARRY A., ' 47 _ - Denver, Colorado SULLIVAN, JOHN, ' 47 Des Moines, Iowa THEANDER, MANLEY, ' 47 Den ver, Colorado WHITING, DONALD, ' 47 - Loveland, Colorado WOLLENWEBER, LOUIS, ' 47 - - Denver, Colorado ▼ Top row — Belcher, Beattie r Second row — Fitscher, Humphries ▼ Third row — Laurie, O ' Keefe ▼ Fourth row — Platts, Robertson ▼ Bottom row — Williams 288 phL DiappcL J OIL The Phi Tau ' s now hold their chapter meetings at the home of their former house mother, Mrs. Owens. Parties at Lakeside constituted the fraternity ' s social functions this summer. Their ice skating parties and chicken fries at the Scout cabin, and a party at Eldorado met with much approval. An outstanding member is Ralph Ely, who is an instructor of physics, in Sigma Pi Sigma, and Sigma Psi, and is doing research work for the govern- ment. John Cladis also has many activities. He is in Alpha Chi Sigma, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Phi Epsilon Phi, Tau Beta Pi, A.I.Ch.E., Chemistry and Physics Journal Club, and an assistant instructor in Physics. OFFICERS John Cladis , President NoRB ERT Cochran Vice-President Kenneth Woods . Secretary William Knox Treasurer Robert Burlingame Rush Captain Robert Milensifer, Ray Bushey Alumni Advisors ACTIVES BURLINGAME, ROBERT, ' 45 Pittsburgh, Pennsyhanla CLADIS, JOHN, ' 44 Denver, Colorado COCHRAN, NORBERT, ' 45 .Fort Morgan, Colorado KINSFATHER, HARRY, ' 46 _ Lyman, Nebraska KNOX, WILLIAM, ' 46 Fort Morgan, Colorado NEWMAN, JOHN, ' 45 ...Arrada, Colorado WAYMAN, CRAIG, ' 44 ._ Provo, Utah WOODS, KENNETH, ' 45 Boulder, Colorado -Portland, Oregon PLEDGES GRUFKE, DONALD, ' 46 HEFLIN, WILLIAM, ' 47 Redwood City, California JEFFREY, EDWARD, ' 47 _ Roseyille, California JUNGE, ROBERT, ' 45 Julesburg, Colorado NEHRING, CLAYTON, ' 46 Boulder, Colorado TRUITT, ARTHUR, ' 46 Atchison, Kansas ▼ Top row — Burlingame, Cochran •w Second row — Friece, Grufke ▼ Third row — Heflin, Reyburn ▼ Bottom row — Wesley, Woods 289 fihL SiqmjDL OsJJta, The past year has seen many more members of Phi Sigma Delta enter the armed forces. Seven men are members of the V-12 unit on the campus. Chapter teams had very successful seasons in both softball and basket- ball. Phi Sigma Delta has been active both in the pur- chase of war bonds and blood donations. Outstanding on campus are Norman PIuss, Pacesetter, Inter-fraternity Council president, and member of A.S.U.C.; Bert Karpel, Pi Mu Epsilon; Harris Pellish, cheer leader and business manager of the Window; Walter Huttner, Phi Epsilon Phi and Alpha Epsilon Delta; Millard Perstein, Pi Mu Epsilon; Stanley Good- man, Alpha Epsilon Delta and Phi Epsilon Phi secre- tary; and Louis Duman, Alpha Epsilon Delta. OFFICERS Norman Pluss - President Bert Karpel Vice-President Walter Huttner . ._. Secretary Herbert Cook ... : Treasurer Bert Karpel Rush Captain Mrs. Abercrombie House Mother Dr. R. G. Gustavson Alumni Advisor ACTIVES BREETWOR, MELVIN, ' 45 Pueblo. COOK, HERBERT, ' 46 Denver, DUMAN, LOUIS, ' 46 Denver, HUTTNER, WALTER, ' 46 Denver, KAPLAN, SYLVAN, ' 46 St. Louis, KARPEL, BERT, ' 44 ...Denver, PELLISH, HARRIS, ' 46 Denver, PERSTEIN, MILLARD, ' 46 San Francisco, PLUSS, NORMAN, ' 44 ....Greeley PRINGLE, HAROLD, ' 46 ..Denver, SACHTER, LEWIS, ' 46 Pueblo, SEDALNICK, HERSHEL, ' 46 Grand Junction, WANDEL, STANLEY, ' 46 Denver, WEITZMAN, JACK, ' 46 _.. ..Denver, ZEPELIN, HAROLD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado Missouri Colorado Colorado California Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado Colorado ' Colorado PLEDGES BRICKER, NEAL, ' 47 Denver. Colorado BRIN, LEON, ' 47 .Fort Dodge, Iowa GOODMAN, STANLEY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado GORDEN, STEPHEN, ' 47 Denver, Colorado LACKNER, EDWARD, ' 47 Denver, Colorado LAFF, SEYMOUR, ' 47 Denver, Colorado LEIGHT, HAROLD, ' 47 .....Denver, Colorado LEVY, NORMAN, ' 47 ._ Denver, Colorado LIEBERMAN, DON, ' 47 New York City, New York MADISON, ERNEST, ' 47 Denver. Colorado MILLER, GERALD, ' 47 Denver, Colorado POMERANZ, MORRIS, ' 47 Denver. Colorado ROTHSTEIN, ROBERT, ' 47 New York City, New York SALZER, WILLARD, ' 46 ...Denver, Colorado TAVEL, HOWARD, ' 47 Denver, Colorado WEINER, STANLEY, ' 47 Denver, Colorado YOCHES, ROBERT, ' 47 ...Denver, Colorado ■▼Top row — Breefwor, Brin, Briclcer, Cook ▼ Second row — Duman, Goodman, Huttner, Laff ▼ Third row — Leight, Madison, Miller, Perstein ▼ Fourth row — Rothstein, Sachter, Salier, Tavel r Bottom row — Weitiman, Wiener, Yockes, Zepelin 290 PL DiappcL CUpka, Instead of their usual winter barn dance, the Pi Kaps had a dinner dance at Waynes for a Christmas party this year. Other social events included a hayrack ride and chicken fry combined, and ice skating parties. The Pi Kaps also had a theater party at Elitch ' s this summer. Bill McKinley and Tom Rooney played football on the C. U. team. The Pi Kaps also boast the presidency of A.S.U.C. for two consecutive years. The prexy this last year was Clark Kistler. His brother, Kirby, is also an activity man. He was chairman of Navy Days this year, is Sports Editor of the Silver and Gold, and was president of Phi Epsilon Phi. OFFICERS Marshall Dean President William Prechtel Vice-President John G. Wilson Secretary Robert Roylance Treasurer Alan Nies J(ush Captain Mrs. Lillian Kemp „.. House Mother E. H. Cramer Veldon O. Long Martin F. Schmidt E. E. Wahlstrom Alu Ady ACTIVES BANGERTER, JACK, ' 44 „_ _ Bountiful, Utah BECK, PAUL W., ' 44 _ Colorado Springs, Colorado DEAN, MARSHALL, ' 44 Las Animas, Colorado DOLBERG, RICHARD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado DUNBAR, W. RUSSEL, ' 46 _.... Denver, Colorado GUNTHER, DONALD, ' 44 HAHS, ORRIE, ' 46 .. .. HINES, RICHARD, ' 45 Denver, Colorado Salem, Oregon Ovid, Colorado JOHNSON, ROBERT A., ' 45 Marmarth, North Dakota KISTLER, CLARK, ' 44 Longmont, Colorado KISTLER, KIRBY, ' 44 Longmont, Colorado LUND, GORDON, ' 45 Salt Lake City, Utah McKEE, ABNER, ' 44 Paonia, Colorado McKINLEY, WILLIAM, ' 45 Burlington, Colorado NIES, ALAN, ' 44 Longmont, Colorado PRECHTEL, WILLIAM, ' 44 Denver, Colorado RAYBURN, C. JACKSON, ' 44 .._. ....!.. Denver, Colorado ROPER, LESTER, ' 45 _.. Denver, Colorado ROYLANCE, ROBERT, ' 45 Salt Lake City, Utah SCOTT, ROBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado WATSON, K. BERT, ' 45 Amarillo, Texas WILLIAMS, RALPH P., ' 45 Karsville, Utah WILSON, JOHN G., ' 45 _...._ Detroit, Michigan PLEDGES CARLTON, ROBERT, ' 47 _._ Denver, Colorado COLLIER, GEORGE, ' 47 Colorado Springs, Colorado COX, WILLIAM, ' 47 Grand Junction. Colorado ELISHA, LOWELL, ' 47 _ Aspen, Colorado KEARNEY, GEORGE, ' 47 Denver, Colorado KINTIGH, ALLEN, ' 47 Dellvale, Kansas LEE, HAROLD F., ' 47 Boulder, Colorado SMILEY, MORRIS, ' 47 _ Brush, Colorado ▼ Top row — Beck, Bangerter, Dunbar, Dolberg ▼ Second row — Carlton, Elisha, Gunther, Hahs ▼ Third row — HIne, Johnson, Kearney, C. Kistler »• Fourth row — K. Kistler, McKee, McKinley, Prechtel ▼ Fifth row — Rayburn, Roylence, Roper, Scott ▼ Bottom row — Smiley, Watson, Williams 291 Uk tik Before the S.A.E. ' s moved, they gave a party com- memorating the years spent in their aloof, pink house. But now the Sig Alphs manage to keep together by having a banquet each month at Waynes. Enlarged with Navy men, mostly from Oregon, and nine pledges, the chapter is continuing on much the same basis. A regional meeting was held in Denver this year. They boast several football players: namely, Oliver, Dascenzo, and ViUanti. Volger and Perrelli are in Alpha Chi Sigma. Perhaps their most outstanding member is Bill Vanderwilt. He is Editor of the Dodo, head of copy- reading for the Coloradan, voted the most outstanding freshmen boy, and an A.S.U.C. commissioner. OFFICERS John Giannini ...President Warren Garst Vice-President William Vanderwilt Secretary Don Mitchell Treasurer Richard Minden Rush Captain ACTIVES BRIDGES, JACK, ' 46 GooJland, Kansas BROWN, ROBERT, ' 46 Denver, Colorado CLARK, ROBERT, ' 46 Billings, Montana DASCENZO, ROBERT, ' 44 „ .....Portland, Oregon GARST, WARREN, ' 44 GIEGER, JOHN, ' 44 Douglas, Wyoming ....Denver, Colorado GIANNINI, JOHN, ' 46 ..Portland, Oregon GRAY, ROLLAND, ' 44 _ Brush, Colorado GREGER, LEONARD, ' 45 .....Portland, Oregon GROSH, DONALD, ' 46 _.. Portland, Oregon LIXCO, RICHARD, ' 46 Golden, Colorado MACKIN, BLAKE, ' 46 ..Billings, Montana MINDEN, RICHARD, ' 46 Hampa, Idaho MITCHELL, DONALD, ' 45 _. Brush, Colorado MORROW, WILBERT, ' 44 ..._. Littleton, Colorado OLIVER, JAMES, ' 46 Portland, Oregon PERKINS, GENE, ' 46 Denver, Colorado RECORD, WALTER, ' 45 .Denver, Colorado REED, KENNETH, ' 45 .....Denver, Colorado SAWHILL, WILLIAM, ' 46 St. Francis, Kansas SCHNEIDER, CHARLES, ' 46 Denver, Colorado TASTO, GEROME, ' 45 Salem, Oregon VANDERWILT, WILLIAM, ' 46 Denver, Colorado VILLALANT, CARL, ' 46 : ..Denver, Colorado ' VOGLER, HARRY, ' 46 Denver, Colorado PLEDGES AKINS, BRUCE, ' 46 - Denver, Colorado CRAIG, JACK, ' 46 Denver, Colorado DELISTRATY, JOHN, ' 46 - --- Portland, Oregon KUSSMAN, ROBERT, ' 46 -... Astoria. Oregon MILLER, JAMES, ' 46 .....Portland, Oregon NICKOLAS, JACK, ' 47 Denver, Colorado NYLEN, WILLIAM, ' 46 Douglas, Wyoming PERELLA, JOSEPH, ' 46 Louiseville, Colorado ▼ Top row — Akin, Brown, Craig ▼ Second row — Dellstraiy, Garst, Grogor ▼ Third row — Grosh, LIxco, Miller ▼ Fourth row — Minden, Mitchell, Nickolas ▼ Fifth row — Perkins, Perrella, Sawhill ▼ Bottom row — Vogler, Vanderwilt i!92 SiqmcuQhL Despite wartime conditions and the present accelerated program, Sigma Chi has been able to do outstanding work in activities as well as in the regular curriculum. Phil Dykstra, when not busy with his duties as President of Sigma Chi, may be found as the busy vice-president of the Interfraternity Council, Campus News Editor for the Colorado Engineer, or chairman of the Engine Ball Decorations Committee. He was also a member of A.I.E.E. Roger Klinger, who is Business manager of the fratern ity, is President of the Quarterdeck Club, member of Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, and A.I.E.E. Russell Kenny has also won honors as a junior Tau Beta Pi, and Alpha Chi Sigma historian. The secretary of Sigma Chi, Bob Linstedt, is a member of Phi Epsilon Phi, A.S.C.E., Engine Ball Committee, and is Art Editor of Knot ' s and Fathoms. OFFICERS Phillip Dykstra President Donald King Vice-President Bob Linstedt Secretary Roger Klingler , Treasurer Mary T. Wicks ...House Mother Waldo Brockway Alumni Advisor ACTIVES ALLEN, JAY, ' 46 ANDERSON, GUSTAV, ' 47 . BLATCHFORD, JOHN, ' 47 . CAIN, LEROY, ' 46 CLOUSER, DOYLE, ' 46 . DAVIS, JOHN, ' 47 DYKSTRA. PHILLIP, ' 44 FREEMAN, CLAIR, JR., ' 47 HOARD, JIM, ' 47 HOWLAND, MELVIN, ' 47 - KENNEY, RUSSEL, ' 45 _ KING, DONALD, ' 46 KLINGLER, ROGER, ' 45 .. LINSTEDT, BOB, ' 45 __ MOHR, WESLEY, ' 46 _ RENBERG, CLAIR, ' 46 SANDOVAL, BOB, ' 47 SHANER, JIM, ' 46 ST. CLAIR, MELVIN, ' 45 .... TURNER, HAROLD, ' 45 .. . VOGEL, LEONARD, ' 45 WARD, DARRELL, ' 46 WILLIAMS, TOM, ' 45 — - - Logan, Utah Denver, Colorado - Chicago, Illinois — - Pueblo, Colorado Castle Rock, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado - Denver, Colorado ..Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Denver, Colorado - Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado Denver, Colorado .Denver, Colorado _ -Laramie, Wyoming ..Colorado Springs, Colorado ....Albuquerque, New Mexico Denver, Colorado — Worland, Wyoming Canon City, Colorado Golden, Colorado — — - Logan, Utah Canon City, Colorado The following men are Sigma Chis, but have not affiliated with this chapter. We have asked them to put their picture in the Coloradan as Sigma Chis. DEAM, RICHARD, ' 44 GUSTAVSON, JOHN, ' 45 HAMM, JOHN, ' 44 _ HINTON, CLYDE, ' 44 KAMPFE, PAUL, ' 45 KNODE, DON, Lang. School McPHAIL, DON, ' 45 MYERS, BILL, ' 45 _ OLSEN, STANLEY, ' 45 THOMAS, DICK, ' 45 Joliet, Illinois Portland, Oregon .- St. Maries, Idaho ..Polusbo, Washington — Kalispell, Montana Cincinnatti, Ohio Missoula, Montana Portland, Oregon ..Salt Lake City, Utah PLEDGES ALLEN, JOHN, Lang. School . ..._ _ ANDERSON, DICK, ' 47 . 1 DAVIS. FRANKLIN, ' 47, - DEMAND. LYMAN, ' 47 " HAMMOND, CALVIN, ' 47 _ " HERRICK, DICK, ' 45 _ _1 " ' _ ' " HICKMAN, JIM, ' 47 J " 1 " HUGHES, CHARLES, ' 45 ... WITZEL, SAM, ' 47 -. _ _ 1_ " M ' Z — Washington — Salt Lake City, Utah - Salt Lake City, Utah ..Oklahoma City, Oklahoma -.- Denver, Colorado Salt Lake City, Utah — Medford, Oregon Denver, Colorado — Drain, Oregon ▼ Top row — G. Anderson, R. Anderson, Blatchford ▼Second row — Cooper, Deam, Demand ▼ Third row — Hammond, Hawland, Hoard ▼ Fourth row — Kenney, King, Klingler ▼ Fifth row — Linstedt, Mohr, Revberg ▼ Bottom row — Shaner, St. Clair, Vogel 293 SiipncL TUjl The Sigma Nus now have a house that is available for numerous radio dances and meetings. They had a very successful Winter Formal at the Brown Palace, and are planning a gay picnic for this spring. The Sigma Nus were well represented on the Varsity football squad, and had an excellent season in intramural softball, basketball, and track. Together with their several affiliated mem- bers, they held traditional " Blackfoot " rivalry with the A.T.O. ' s during C. U. Days. Roger Logan, Jeff Eastman, and Don Ramstetter are among the fraternity ' s most outstanding members. Don represented twelve states in this area at Stanford in a discussion of South American relations. OFFICERS Roger L. Logan President Jefferson N. Eastmond Vice-President Parker E. Preble Secretary William T. Davoren Treasurer Parker E. Preble Rush Captain House Mother Lawrence G. Jump, Marvin S. Westerberg Alumni Advisors ACTIVES . Oklahoma City, Oklahoma — Portland, Oregon .Oklahoma City, Oklahoma BELL, ROBERT, ' 46 _. BUROKER, LEO R., ' 46 ..- CANFIELD, DONALD H., ' 46 DAVOREN, WILLIAM T., ' 46 - Denyer, Colorado EASTMOND, JEFFERSON N., ' 46 Salt Lake City, Utah GNADINGER, JOHN F., ' 46 Joliet, Illinois GARNER, CLAYTON S., ' 45 Cameron, Texas HALL, JAMES W., ' 45 Santa Rosa, California LOGAN, ROGER L., ' 45 Denver, Colorado McKEWAN, WILLIAM, ' 46 . Salt Lake City. Utah PREBLE, PARKER E., ' 46 Oak Park, Illinois PRESTON, JOHN B., ' 46 Denver, Colorado WHITING, ROBERT D., ' 46 .-. Loveland, Colorado WILSON. O. LEE, ' 46 South Bend. Indiana PLEDGES BAGLEY, WALTER G., ' 46 Pueblo. Colorado CHILCOTE, DIRK C, ' 46 .Missoula, Montana ENGLISH, HOMER C, ' 45 _..- Webb City, Oklahoma McDowell, JOHN, ' 47 .-. Maxwell, New Mexico MABEY, ORSON, ' 45 Malad City, Idaho RAMSTETTER, DONALD, ' 47 ..- .Golden. Colorado SHEPPARD, JAMES, ' 46 Monte Vista, Colorado VINING, DONALD, ' 46 Denver, Colorado WEINBERGER, LESTER, ' 46 -.-.. Denver, Colorado ▼ Top row — Bagley, Davoren, Eastman V Second row — English, Gnadinger, Hall ▼ Third row — McDowell, Preble, Ramstetter V Fourth row — Sheppard, Weinberger, Wilson ▼ Bottom row — Whiting i 294 ADVERTISEMENTS 297 DANIEL- SMITH CO. PHOTO -ENGhAVEP? DENVER COLORADO 298 PATRONIZE COLORADAN ADVERTISERS llSroohd ' aubei ' r einert J Boulder ' s Leading Store for MEN BOYS Corner BROADWAY and PEARL .;,■ , -- -, ,. ..: ' ■■ : • ' .,:„,■ V 1 Bould( jrado Hotel Boulder, Colo. HUTSON HOTELS W. G. 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COMPLIMENTS of GREENMAN ' S Service to College Folk since 1911 1134— 13th SL Phone 5 THE DUGOUT Reliable Dry Cleaners ON THE HILL 121 I 13th • Phone 915 303 304 Building Finer Year Boof{S for Over 30 Years 1636 CHAMPA ST. DENVER 17, COLORADO J 305 STUDENT INDEX Abel, Margaret Alice, 52, 276 Achenbach, Catherine Pauline, 93,94 Ackley, Mary, 183 Adams, Betty, 68 Adams, Elizabeth Jean, 266 Adams, Edward Eric, 179 Adams, Robert, 179 Achley, Mary Elizabeth, 81, 177 Adelmann, Drucilla, 68 Adelstein, Helen Ruth, 270 Ahrendt, James Donald, 165 Aitken, Jane Katherine, 68 Akins, Weldall Bruce, 292 Albright, Doris Marion, 93, 94 Alcorn, Miriam Alice, 183, 201 Alexander, Ann, 93, 94, 274 Alexander, Beverly Jo, 180 Alford, Mary Elizabeth, 93, 94, 276 Allan, James Dan, 196 Allen, Aubrey James, 224 Allen, Frank DeWitt, 93, 94 Allen, Joan, 134, 196 Allen, John, 293 Allen, Norman Jay, 293 Allen, Robert David, 165 AUender, B. E., 201 Alter, Anita, 270 Amemiga, Isamu, 171 Andersen, Millicent, 81, 264 Andersen, Richard Jay, 293 Anderson, Alvan J., 286 Anderson, Annette May, 52, 171, 176, 196 Anderson, Anne Van Cortlandt, 81 Anderson, Barbara Lee, 256 Anderson, David Leon, 224, 225 Anderson, Eleanor Inez, 93, 94 Anderson, Eric Arthur, 93, 94 Anderson, Zwah P., 68, 165, 169 Anderson, Gustive Wilshire, 293 Anderson, Homer Thomas, 287 Anderson, Juanita Susanne, 68 Anderson, Mary Louise, 141, 274 Anderson, Parley Eugene, 68, 107, 185, 192 Anderson, Virginia Ruth, 81 Andrewr, Alice Kathleen, 170, 196, 268 Angel, Isal, 176 Angle, Wallace Wayne, 107 Angle, Walter, 68, 287 Arbaugh, Margie Louise, 93, 94 Arbogast, George Francis, 93, 94 Arfsten, Gloria Louise, 191 Arlncrok, Virginia, 177 Arnold, Helen Lucile, 81 Arnold, Josephine Marie, 52 Arnold, Sarah Jane, 274 Arriaga, Alejandro Alfaro, 171 187 Aron, Aileen G., 81 Asaoka, Henry Tsuglo, 81 Ash, Eugene Harold, 165 Aspinwall, William Van, 284 Atkinson, Mildred Jean, 182 Auld, Mary Ellen, 81, 183 Auner, Josephine Frances, 81, 141, 272 Axler, Aileen, 81 B Baade, John Herman, 52 Bachman, Edith Alice, 52, 262 Bachman, Janet Marie, 93, 94, 135, 168 Backer, Consuelo, 93, 94 Bagley, Walter Glenn, 81, 294 Bailey, Jean Claire, 52 Bailey, Robin Babcock, 81 Bair, Willard Eugene, 68 Boise, Charles Pomray, 95 Baker, Beverly Anne, 137, 274 Baker, Beverly Jane, 68 Baker, Charles Fitzgerald, 201 Bakes, Cecelia, 93, 94 Bakewell, Hughes Robert, 192 Baldwin, Betty Jo, 123, 256 Ball, Jessie May, 52, 180, 200 Balleisen, Robert Norman William, 107 Bailer, Marion Edith, 68, 167 Ballou, Barbara Ann, 191 Ballou, Barbara LeBarron, 168, 272 Balows, Goldie Anne, 93, 94, 270 Bamberger, Eloise H., 93, 94 Bangerter, Jack Monson, 291 Banks, Patricia Fercoe, 198 Barber, Donn Richard, 68, 283 Barber, Romaine, 93, 94, 256 Bardwell, Ellen Louise, 81, 134, 139 Bardwell, George Eldred, 164, 175 Bare, Willard, 179 Barker, Mary Louise, 52, 117, 122, 156, 178, 202, 266 Barker, Paul Hamilton, 93, 94 Barker, Reid Stewart, 192 Barnes, Ida Nell, 68, 256 Barnes, Philip H., 192 Barnett, Barclay Kay, 284 Barnett, Kendrick Jay, 284 Barnett, Kathryn Marie, 93, 94, 182, 264 Barrett, James, 196 Barrett, Maxine, 52, 81, 121, 167 Barrus, George Stanton, 81 Barry, Russell D., 52 Bart, Cleona Vey, 93, 94 Bachford, Rondld Lee, 52 Bashford, Walter Earl, 179, 201 Bashor, Eugene Shader, 93, 94 Bashor, Harold Vernon, 81, 287 Beacher, Maybelle, 93, 94 Beattie, Lyle Wayne, 68, 140, 192, 288 Beattie, Patsy Jean, 68 Beatty, Irene, 52, 180, 200 Beaver, Marjorie, 260 Bechtel, Stephen Cavison, 93, 284 Beck, Betty Anne, 81 Beck, Elaine Rozella, 270 Beck, Paul William, 81, 291 Becker, Floyd Kenneth, 192 Beecher, Mary belle, 274 Beeman, Dorothy Virginia, 93, 135, 196 Beer, Eulalia A., 81, 268 Behrendt, Rees A., 93 Belcher, Robert Lynn, 68, 164, 288 Bell, Ervin Joseph, 94 Bell, Robert Philip, 294 Bemis, Edwin Arnold, Jr., 194 Bennett, Barbara, 52 Bennett, Doris Elaine, 196, 274 Bennett, Elizabeth Lillian, 52, 268 Bennetts, Shirley Clara, 81, 123, 196, 202, 264 Benson, Catharine Alese, 52, 183, 201 Berge, Margaret Carolyn, 94, 268 Bergeson, Robert Melvin, 196 Bergman, Elizabeth Parmilia, 170, 274 Bergquist, Jean, 52, 198, 278 Bernhisel, Harris Glenn, 163 ' Berry, James Earl, 199 Berry, Kay Louis, 52, 199 Berry, Shirley Mae, 94 Bessie, Norman Charles, 288 Betasso, Betty Ray, 81, 264 Betty, Joyce Corraine, 200 Bevans, Mildred Virginia, 94, 135 Beveridge, Robert James, 288 Bevington, Elizabeth Lee, 81, 177, 180 Beye, Jane Waters, 260 Bickford, Jonathan Morten, 52, 195 Biering, Viola Margaret, 107 Biles, John Alexander, 184, 199 Biles, Margaret, 183 Billing, Alice Marie, 94 Bivans, Caryl Luna, 179, 183, 201 Bivans, Jennie, 183 Blaine, Robert James, 53, 175 Blake, Virginia Jean, 276 Blakey, John Warren, 282 Blanch, Jacquelin Sara, 95, 135, 177, 196, 276 Blankenship, Lois Dale, 68, 168 Blickensderfer, Elizabeth, 68, 163, 177, 278 Blomgren, Elaine, 53, 117, 134, 156, 202, 268 Bloom, Beatrice Thomas, 122, 178, 202 Bloomquist, Donald Wayne, 192 Bootright, Elizabeth Mabel, 81, 171, 176 Bobbits, Frances Ada, 176 Bobrick, Frank, 53, 189, 195 Boetter, Marjorie, 204 Boez, Paul, 201 Bogott, Lawrence Carl, 81, 140, 170 Bottler, Dorothy Louise, 204 BoUes, Robert Benjamin, 170 Bonatti, Rudolph Joe, 224 Bone, Cynthia Ann, 81, 182, 196 Bongarter, Jack, 81 Bonny, Joe Vincent, 95 Boozer, Mary Kathryn, 95 Boretti, Joan, 95 Boring, Marjorie Ella, 81 Borman, Arthur Paul, 53, 164, 282 Born, James Oliver, 165 Basley, Norman Creath, 107 Boston, Beverly Ann, 95 Bosworth, Ann, 81 Bothwell, Hester L., 69, 170, 193 Botts, Cora Louise, 163 Boulls, Bertha Gertrude, 53, 179, 193 Bowen, Harold Overson, 95 Bowen, Stephen W., 107 Bowers, Elizabeth, 198 Bowman, John Thomas, 190 Boyer, Dixie Lee, 123 Boyliss, William, 196 Brace, Barbara, 81, 268 Brackenbury, Barbara Belle, 53, 187, 276 Bradshaw, Bobbe, 168, 197 Bradshaw, Marian Lucille, 69, 137, 264 Bradt, Albert Johnson, 164, 175, 176, 188, 194 Braley, Charles, Jr., 284 Brommer, Leo Robert, 224 Brand, Ada, 197 Brandhorst, Edward Arthur, 232, 234 Brandon, Anna Bell, 82, 170, 182, 193, 203, 278 Brandt, Winifred Abbott, 256 Breetwor, Melvin Joi, 69, 290 Brereton, Donald Stuart, 95, 140 Bricker, Neal Sheldon, 290 Bridenbaugh, Mary Alice, 88, 134, 170, 266 Bridges, Jack Edgar, 82, 292 Briggs, Charmion Phyllis, 69, 139, 178, 260 Briggs, Paul Leonard, 224, 225, 287 Briggs, Shirley Elizabeth, 53, 139, 260 Brin, Leon S., 95, 290 Brinker, Morrison Whittemore, 53, 184 Bristol, Everett Clyde, 53, 164, 172, 175, 199 ' Brittain, Elmer, 107 Britten, Wesley E., 194 Brockway, Berta Ruth, 82, 136 Brodt, Albert Johnson, 53 Broida, Mathilda, 122, 204 Bromberg, Milton, 165 Brooks, Marcia Sydell, 82, 270 Broquet, Jacqueline, 69, 134, 272 3oe Brown, Agatha, 171, 186 Brown, Alda Mae Weber, 190 Brown, Beverly, 95, 136, 191, 274 Brown, Carl Edwin, 285 Brown, Carrine, 69, 170 Brown, Juneva Kathryn, 123, 170, 179 Brown, Mary Elaine, 95 Browne, Edwin, 201 Browning, Byron D., 82, 137 Brownne, Robert, 95, 292 Brubeck, Charles Edward, 285 Brumitt, Bernice Ailleen, 95, 179 Buckholz, Beatrice Lucille, 69 Buckholz, Raymond Harold, 95 Buck, Blanch, 53, 197, 262 Buckham, Lorraine V., 187 Buckley, Phyllis Elaine, 181 Bull, James Arthur, 69, 118, 187, 199, 201 Burch, Jane Ada, 82, 264 Burcham, Betty Jane, 95, 272 Burgoin, Hope Lorraine, 95, 244, 264 Burlingame, Robert Dean, 69, 289 Burman, Faye B., 194 Burnard, Louise Catherine, 82, 170, 182, 193 ; Burner, Peggy, 95 Burner, Margeret Ann, 266 Burns, Jannie Ruth, 82, 170, 183 Busby, L. Mino, 285 Bush, Arthur, 95 Bush, Charles Irving, 285 Bush, Kathryn Louise, 95, 134, 137 Butterfield, Virginia Ruth, 95, 170 Bygel, Jean, 134, 141, 272 Cain, Leroy Richard, 293 Calledare, William Charles, Jr., 95 Cameron, Gladys Dorothy, 82 Camp, Margaret, 95, 191 Campbell, Elisabeth France, 53 Campbell, Donald Atwood, 138, 285 Campbell, Harley Marvin, 83, 287 Campbell, Catherine Lucille, 83 Campbell, Marjorie Corrine, 83, 276 Candler, Charlene, 95 Confield, Donald Herbert, 224, 294 Cardinal, Peggy Romaine, 83, 264 Carlin, Palmer W., 138, 200 Carlson, Donna Rose, 95 Carlson, Edith Elaine, 95 Carlson, Suzanne, 53, 167, 276 Carlton, Robert Earl, 163, 185, 291 Carnahan, Lena Ruth, 96 Carpenter, Carley Frank, 189 Carpenter, Grace Elliott, 83 Carr, Cynthia Joan, 69, 264 Carson, Beverly Beth, 83 Carson, Roberta Louise, 53 Cartwright, James Burton, 285 Case, Cleo La Jane, 200 Casper, Norma Jean, 83 Castle, PoUyann, 69, 139, 145, 174, 203, 268 Cathey, Helen Hope, 96, 141 Cebulski, Stanley Albert, 82, 283 Chalin, James L., 224 Chamberlain, Jane Campbell, 134 Chamberlin, Mary Coletta, 96 Chance, Lois Louise, 53, 203, 278 Charlesworth, Ruth Eileen, 135, 179, 197 Chase, Mamie Verde, 141, 266 Chassell, John Rathbun, 69, 192 Chikasuye, Clesson Yasuto, 107 Chilicote, Dirk Charies, 294 Chindleigh, Lydia Helen, 171 Chinn, James, 165, 176, 199 Chisholm, Patricia, 96, 201, 266 Choun, Joseph Milo, 282 Christensen, Mary Ellen, 53, 167, 182, 202 Christensen, Raymond, 53, 164 Cieber, Donald, 232, 234, 235 Cladis, John Baros, 53, 188, 194, 289 Clapp, Marjorie Frances, 244 Qark, Dale Allen, 20 Clark, John Earnest, 54 Qark, Mary Jo, 82, 170 Qark, Ralph Martin, 165, 169 Clark, Richard Van Tassel, 136 Clark, Robert Eugene, 292 Class, Marjorie Ann, 268 Classen, Kenneth George, 82 Clay, Margaret Jeanne, 82 Click , Charles Earl, 288 Qouser, Doyle Willard, 163, 293 Cobb, Roy Harrison, 189 Cochran, Norbert Steele, 54, 164, 289 Cohen, Albert, 107 Colburn, David, 164, 175, 179, 194 Colburn, Wanda Lenore, 54, 123, 173, 182, 191, 201, 242, 243, 245 Cole, Agnes Marie, 69 Cole, Peggy, 183 Cole, Peggy Bernice, 82, 163 Collien, George Durward, 82 Collier, George, 291 Collins, Anita Jackson, 167 Collins, Claire Aubrey, 96, 136, 276 Collins, Dorothea A., 69, 134, 191, 196 Collins, Patricia Jane, 96 Colson, Miriam Frances, 179 Colson, Stanley Robert, 82 Combs, Carol, 177, 183, 201 Combs, Caroline Jane, 54 Combs, John Ellis, 54, 165, 171, 201 Comegys, Margaret Jacqueline, 69, 262 Comer, Adrian, 96, 141, 276 Conn, Eric Edward, 54, 188 Connelly, Maxine Aljce, 82, 178 Conoven, Lois Ann, 244, 272 Cook, Herbert Victor, 82, 290 Cooke, David Arthur, 69 Cooke, Shelby Qaform, 69, 164, 175, 192, 282 Cooley, Frank G., 69, 190, 196 Cooper, Albert Alan, 82, 181 Cooper, Phyllis, 191, 266 Coover, JoAnn Ehlers, 96 Coover, William Morris, 83 Copley, Yvonne Reed, 167,180 Copper, John William, 181 Corben, David Nolon, 285 Corey, Peter John, 96, 135, 181 Corliss, Wells MacGregor, 70, 164, 179, 192 Cornwell, Gerald Dale, 96 Coston, Herbert Hull, 138 Coulter, Mary Elizabeth, 190 Covey, Joyce, 83, 141 Cox, Shirley May, 260 Coyle, Charles Henry, Jr., 287 Coxhead, Marilyn, 274 Crabb, David Wendell, 181 Craig, Jack Lawrence, 83, 292 Grain, Jeannette, 83, 136 Cramer, Robert Kenneth, 287 Crary, Alice Joan, 180 Crass, Dolores JoAnn, 96, 264 Crawford, Betty Jean, 96, 141, 266 Crawford, Doris May, 95, 180 Creamer, George Louis, 145 Crebbin, Harry, 235 Criswell, G. Anne, 70, 178 Crockett, Anita Jane, 96, 266 Crosman, Margaret Lee, 137, 266 Cross, Marjorie Ann, 201, 274 Cross, Warren Davis, 54, 140, 164 Grounder, William, 196 Crowell, William, 196 Crowl, Lois, 201 Cullick, Isaac, 164 Cunningham, Betty Louise, 54, 274 Currigan, Barry Thomas, 107, 288 Currigan, Mary Evelyn, 70, 276 Curtis, Elizabeth Mildred, 96 Gushing, Marylouise, 96, 196 Dabbs, Sarah Elizabeth, 70 Dahlin, Joan, 96, 276 Daily, Doii Ann, 170 Dal Porto, Robert Anthony, 83, 224, 225, 226, 227, 228, 230, 231 Danielson, Philip Andrew, 284 Darby, Madge Virginia, 266 Darnell, Robert Arthur, 70 Dascenzo, Robert William, 292 Davidson, Kenneth Dean, 96, 196 Davies, Priscilla Alden, 83 Davis, Dorothy May, 96, 256 Davis, Eileen, 96, 256 Davis, Franklin Nelson, 293 Davis, Jerold Lloyd, 83 Davis, Sarah Lou, 96, 134, 266 Davosen, William Thurner, 181, 294 Day, Jean Allen, 96 Deam, Betty Jane, 54, 272 Deam, Richard Alan, 54, 165, 293 Dean, Marshall Eugene, 54, 187, 191 DeBeukelaer, Frances Jeanne, 54, 168, 262 Dedera, Alberta June, 187, 201 Deffenbaugh, Atha Jane, 83, 268 Deirr, Dorothy Jean, 70, 170, 264 Delaney, Mary Edith, 54, 108, 198 Delistraty, John C, 83, 292 Demand, Lyman Dana, 293 Dempsey, Joe Glen, 224 Denharn, Philip Roy, 54, 171, 188 Descenzo, Robert, 224 Detar, Gloria, 167 Detweiler, Margaret £., 83, 122, 145, 157, 174, 181, 204, 274 Detwiler, William L., 164, 194 Deven, Keith LeRoy, Jr., 60, 165 DeVore, Robert William, 70, 164, 175 Dick, Betty Jean, 96, 136, 170, 266 Dickey, Donald Robert, 284 Dick, Dorothy Lorraine, 54, 266 Dick, Gerald Myton, 288 Dickinson, Shiela Lee, 70, 176, 268 Dicks, Peggy Roberta, 70 Didrickson, Norine Mardell, 54 Dieter, Leslie Louis, 70, 165 Dillon, Elizabeth, 107, 268 Dillon, Margaret, 203 Dillon, Nellie Jeanne, 96 Dimes, Josephine Kathleen, 134 Dinsmore, Erma Mae, 83 Dixon, Celia Boyden, 264 Dixon, Lola Bernice, 70, 163, 178 Dixon, Mary Frances, 264 Doar, William Thomas, Jr., 54, 107, 192, 284 Dodd, Marilyn, 170, 250 Dodd, Marilyn Ruth, 96 Dohner, Pamela Nance, 96 Dolberg, Richard Carl, 97, 291 Dole, Dorothy Ann, 83, 181 Domenico, Philip Chester, 141 Donaldson, David Howard, 224 Doner, Lenore, 186 Donovan, Virginia Lodge, 186 Douden, Catherine, 83, 134, 168, 276 Doughty, Freda Jane, 83, 174, 182, 266 Downing, Betty Marie, ' 83, 168 Drake, Martha Joanne, 83, 196, 260 Drake, Theodore Edward, 117, 145, 158, 199 Dreider, Wayne Alan, 83 Drexel, Mary Edith, 180, 200 Drexel, Myrtle, 170, 200 Drinkard, Margaret Ann, 268 Driscoll, Kathleen Louise, 268 Ducy, Patricia Ruth, 204, 276 Dudley, Marjorie Meade, 55, 264 Duff, Margaret Ellen, 70 Dukas, Varta, 97 SOT Dukes, Gretchen, 268 Dumcin, Louis Joseph, 83, 163, 290 Dumm, James Byron, 55, 118, 158, 288 Dumm, Laura Jane, 97, 191, 276 Dunbar, William Russell, 83, 291 Duncan, Robert Louis, 97 Dunham, L. Edith, 83 Dunn, Donna Marie, 97 Dunn, Helen Louise, 97, 135 Duthie, Robert Campbell, 284 Duthel, Alastair M., 284 Du Vail, Betty Marie, 186 Dykstra, Lemar, 224, 287 Dykstra, Philip Frank, 55, 140, 164, 293 Eastin, Irene Marie, 70, 118, 198 Eastman, Robert Liggett, 288 Eastmond, Jefferson N„ 83, 294 Eaton, Kathryn P., 97 Echternach, Marguerite, 83, 134, 135, 141, 176, 204 Echternach, Virginia Maurine, 83, 256 Eckel, Robert B., 282 Eckhardt, George, 117 Edens, G. E., 164 Edens, George E., 55 Edmonson, Charles, 83 Edmondson, Harriet Ruth, 97, 177 Edmondson, Mildred, 83, 193, 278 Edwards, Donald, 192 Edwards, Donald Vance, 83 Egan, Helen Kathleen, 276 Ehnbom, Mary Fredrique, 70, 177 Ehnbom, Mary, 181 Eggertsen, Burton Simon, 163 Eggers, Homer E., 97 Ehrenkrook, Dorothey Mae, 55 Ekrem, Richard Thomas, 288 Elisha, Lowell Myron, 181, 196, 291 Ellis, Mae Dene, 135 Ellis, Mary Jane, 70, 139, 167, 272 Oils, William Owen, 70, 283 Ely, Ralph Lawrence Jr., 194 Elzi, Betty Jean, 83, 163, 262 Emery, Jack Dow, 287 Emmett, Persia Ruth, 70, 136, 137, 167, 264 Enbohra, Mary, 181 Enderud, Bonnie Vinond, 55 Enewold, Lee Roy, 84 Engle, Faith Qaire, 97, 274 Englert, Andrew Lloyd, 170 English, Homer Charles, 71, 294 Erzinger, Allen Lee, 97, 285 Expinsoa, Ester Felidtas, 97, 141, 171 Evans, Jean Margaret, 97, 170 Evans, Rosemary P., 170 Ewell, Callre Louise, 84 Fabling, John Stanley, 224, 284 Faden, Charline Katherine, 97, 196, 197 Folk, Sydney W., 282 Falkenberg, Janet May, 55, 266 Farable, Betty Jane, 84, 266 Faris, Patricia Elaine, 71, 134, 264 Farley, Mary Agnes, 135 Farley, Mary Marcia, 4, 71 Forney, Marjorie Elaine, 97 Farrand, Janet, 97, 170, 174 Feinstein, Erwin Goodwyn, 71, 145 Felkner, Barnett, 84, 140, 282 Fenger, Barbara, 139 Fenton, Elizabeth, 55, 168, 196, 262 Fenton, Marion Yate, 188 Fereday, Harlan, 196 Fereday, Joy Elaine, 98 Fields, Frances Elizabeth, 97 Fields, Raymond H., 55, 166, 199 Fike, Albert E., 190 Fillen, Jean, 196 Fincker, Marga Jo., 71, 272 Finley, Laurence Merle, 97 Fishburn, Dewin Robert, 84 Fishel, Jeanne, 84, 276 Fisher, Eugene H., 288 FieqParick, Eleanor Marie, 97, Flanagan, Jerome Leo, 164, 175 Flanagan, Shirley Ann, 141, 256 Fleischman, Travis, 285 Fleming, Eleanor, 171 Fleming, Elizabeth Stodgehill, 170, 276 Fletcher, Jane Catherine, 84, 182, 266 Fletcher, John Lester, 97 Foke, Po Yum, 171 Fonda, Julia Helen, 55, 170, 171 Fong, William, 55 Fong, Willia, 188 Foote, Kenneth Harvey, 121, 138, 192 Ford, Gilbert Clayton, 194 Fordham, Audrey Ellen, 97, 196, 264 Forister, Virginia Annette, 71 Forner, Janet Eileen, 266 Foster, Clyde Wesley, 84, 282 Foster, Doris Dean, 84, 171 Foster, Frances Nadine, 84, 170, 179 Foster, Helen Laurene, 71 Foster, Mary Joanne, 174 Foster, Nadine, 197 Fowler, Jack, 200 Fox, Connie Marie, 97, 180 Fox, Elizabeth Josephine, 55, 264 Fox, Edward Jame, 97 Frankle, Josephine, 186 Franklin, Walter Byron, 288 Franson, Carl Emil, 283 Frazier, David Milton, 199 Freed, Kathryn Louise, 107, 141, 274 Freedman, Leslie, 145 Freeman, Carolyn Ann, 97 Freeman, Clair Jr., 293 Freeman, La Vern, 170 Freese, John Andrew, 71 Frezieres, Brant Earley, 55, 165, 287 Friedman, Leslie H., 55, 174 Frisbie, Chauncey Osborn, 84, 285 Frisbie, Cleo, 97, 136, 191 Frye, Herbert Duane, 287 Frye, Marian Jean, 256 Fuerst, Charles Edward, 97, 285 Fulk, Rita May, 170 Fuller, Jackson Franklin, 164, 175 Fulton, Ruth Marie, 98, 141 Fulton, W. Josef, 55, 141 Funk, James Robert, 196 Furbeck, Virginia, 98, 134, 137, 191, 264 Gail, James Warren, 145 Galantiere, Harriette Ann, 55 Gallagher, Joseph Ambose, 181 Galegos, Albert A., 107 Gamberte-Pantoja Hugo, 165, 171 Gamer, Elsie Jane, 141, 168, 197, 262 Gardner, Brigham Riggs, 224, 230 Gardner, John Reed, 284 Gardner, Maurice Hyde, 84, 165, 283 Gamer, Clayton Stone, 294 Garrison, Jean Marie, 179 Garrison, Patricia Gay, 71, 262 Garst, Barbara, 84, 134, 139, 182, 191, 264 Garst, Warren Edward, 55, 134, 166, 292 Gasser, Suzanne, 98, 196, 243, 244, 245 Gatchell, Homer Dale, 282 Gates, Harry Fisher, 284 Gates, Margaret, 123 Gatlin, Billie Marie, 84 Gavagan, Mary Alice, 90, 134, 136 Gee, Helyn Myrtle, 176 Gebby, Noel John, 184 Geiger, John Wilbur, 56, 140, 166 Geiger, Leonard, 292 Gelfman, Morris, 185 Gerard, H. Jane, 98, 141, 171 Gerlach, Patricia Ruth, 98, 135 Gerten, Nancy Camille, 191 Giannini, John Leo, 84, 181 Gibbs, John Wesley, 84 Giboney, B. J., 56, 264 Gilbert, Eda Marie, 200 Gilbert, Pauline Skroopka, 187 Gilbert, Peggy Jane, 98 Gilfillan, Barbara W., 177 Gilhams, Jane Ann, 98, 177, 272 Gilhams, Jean Nan, 98, 272 Gillespie, Rufli, 71, 107, 145, 276 Gilmour, Helen Doris, 71, 274 Girand, Jane, 98, 174, 266 Gist, Helen Louise, 180, 200 Gleich, Baveriae Cecelia, 98, 181 Gnadinger, John Francis, 294 Godfrey, Patrica Laura, 191 Gons, Helen Margaret, 84 Goodhue, Walter Henry Jr., 235 Goodman, Stanley Norman, 84, 163, 185, 290 Goody, Walter Marsh Jr., 287 Goodykoontz, Anna Louise, 84 Goold, Richard Thurston, 98 Gorden, Stephen Arthur, 98, 290 Gordon, Harriett Elizabeth, 98, 17G Gordon, Ian, 189 Gore, Isabel Alice, 98 Gore, Rebecca Jane, 71, 123, 176, 180 Gorsuch, Jacqueline Ruth, 98, 1 80 Gorsuch, Reynolds George, 181. 196 Gorthy, Anna Daurene, 98 Graf, Particia Elianor, 98, 266 Graham, Edwin Keith, 98 Graham, Leland, 56, 165 Grant, Seymour, 163 Graves, Barbara Harriett, 84, 134, 168, 274 Greebler, Paul, 56, 194 Green, Kenneth B., 179 Green, Mary Ann, 276 Greenewald, William Edward, Jr., 196 Greeno, Dorothy Jane, 84, 264 Greenson, Dorothy Louise, 163 Greenwood, Gerald Arthur, 71, 165 Greenwood, Laura Ruth, 98 Greger, Leonard Robert, 71 Gregg, Jane Alfrey, 84, 268 Gregory, Evelyn Mae, 71 Gremmels, Kathryn Ruth, 84 Gregson, Polly, 84, 235, 262 Grey, Dorothy Louise, 84, 145, 260 Griep, Victor Raymond, 98 Griffis, Betty, 123 Griffith, Ben H., Jr., 164, 200 Griffith, Constance Amecie, 98 Griffith, Elizabeth, 56 Griffith, John Spencer, 71 Griffith, Patricia Jona, 84 Griffiths, Martha Ann, 85, 182, 272 Griffith, Mary Jane, 84, 136, 182, 245 Grills, Alice Louise, 98, 134, 268 Grills, Mary Ann, 98, 139, 268 Grisham, Jessie Lee, 98, 200 Grooms, Phyllis Viola, 98 Grosh, Donald Sheldon, 85, 235, 292 Gross, Thams, 232, 233, 234 Grosshieder, Richard, 99 Grotback, Alice Ruth, 99 Grubbs, William Elliott, 145 Grufke, Donald Robert, 85, 289 Grund, Marjorie Louise, 266 Guise, Irene Kathleen, 84, 272 Gulbrandsen, Roberta, 224 Gunther, Don, 71, 136, 291 Gurley, James, 282 308 H Haase, Edward N., 165 Haaseo, Edward, 287 Hagan, Ruth Alice, 99, 256 Hagerman, Dwain Douglas, 163, 179, 184 Haggard, Catherine Cora, 263 Haknewald, Virginia Lillian, 99 Hahs, Orrie Andrew, 85, 291 Haldman, Rachel Jean, 272 Hale, Barbara Louise, 72, 181, 272 Hale, David Lloyd, 85, 181, 224, 229, 235, 284 Hale, James Willson, 294 Hale, Marjorie Ann, 133, 141, 262 Hall, Marjorie Helen, 123 Hall, Oliver Kelly, 72, 140, 164, 175, 285 Hall, Ruth Gertrude, 99 Halliday, Jean E., 85, 181 Hamilton, Donald Earl, 72, 165 Hamm, John Edward, 293 Hammerstro m, Margaret Olive, 85, 135, 168, 170, 262 Hammond, Calvin, Jr., 99, 293 Hammond, James Quentin, 72, 136, 145, 159, 185, 192, 224, 225, 227 Hanagan, Franklin Leo, 99, 181 Handley, Elinor Marie, 99, 196 Hankins, Kathryn Collins, 99 Hanks, Barbara L., 85, 134, 177, 264 Hanna, William J., 282 Hanson, Archie Elexis, 99, 196, 286 Hanson, Gayle E., 99 Hapfinger, Adele Mary, 57, 122, 174, 256 Margraves, Edythe Andrews, 183 Harl, Suzanne Louise, 274 Harlan, Anne Meredith, 145, 156, 187, 260 Harms, Adrienne Alice, 196 Harness, Elizabeth Eilene, 72 Harp, Dene T., 224 Harris, Mildred, 180 Hart, Florence Lucille, 118 Hart, Louis Ireland, 107, 117, 284 Horther, William Conrad, 107, 192, 287 Harsfield, Louis G., 224 Hartzler, Harriett Winifred, 72, 276 Harvey, Dorothy Ann, 99 Hary, Dale Walter, 99 Haskins, Betty Anne, 85, 170 Haskins, Phyllis L., 176 Hasse, Edward Norman, 72 Hassinger, Jean, 56, 134, 180, 258 Hastings, Virginia Irene, 56, 134, 256 Hattrick, Elizabeth Ann, 274 Haun, James William, 208 Hawklnson, Mary Louise, 274 Hay, Hugh Alexander, 85, 192, 287 Hayden, Julian Reed, 85, 164 Hayes, Margaret Ann, 199, 260 Hayes, Ruthann, 99, 134, 136, 196, 266 Hayman, Idabel Lois, 180, 200 Hays, Raymond August, 56, 287 Hayward, Lura, 72, 262 Haywood, Rachael Ann, 197 Hazelhurst, Robert Gerald, 285 Headrick, Myrtle Maxine, 72, 278 Hebert, Dorothy D., 72 Heckendorn, James Page, 200 Heckendorn, John William, 200 Hedges, Adele, 196, 256 Heflin, William Harrison, 99, 289 Heidt, Herman, 56, 166, 199 Heim, Jeraldine, 56, 173, 574 Heiserman, Emma Lou, 99 Heller, Eugene, 163 Hendee, John R., 173 Henderson, David Allen, 107, 284 Henderson, Eugene, 165 Henderson, Harry, 288 Hendricks, Juble Farlie Jr., 99 Henry, Albert G., 224 Henson, Warren Ray, 56, 287 Hepplewhite, Elizabeth Sarah, 278 Herder, Harold Jerome, 181, 192 Her f, Werner, 171 Herrick, Richard Vol, 293 Herring, Jacqueline Joyce, 180 Hershberger, Jean Ann, 72, 176 Hertucky, Edwin Vincent, 283 Hess, Dorothy Mae, 85 Huebner, Margaret Jane, 56, 167, 278 Heuston, Robert Howard, 285 Hiatt, Jean, 85 Hickey, Margery Jane, 56, 274 Hickhan, Jim, 293 Hickman, Lou Alice, 99, 276 Hight, Hughard Wesley, 165, 169, 176 Hilb, Justin Mitchell, 192 Hilker, George Frederick, 170 Hill, Alva Lee, 138, 286 Hill, James Donald, 192 HiU, Margaret Elizabeth, 99, 136, 264 Hill, Mary Rae, 176 Hillner, Gretchen Norma, 99, 196 Hilton, Virginia Lou, 72, 276 Hine, Eugene Edgar, 72, 199 Hines, Richard Stanley, 134, 291 Hinman, Mariella, 56, 180 Hinton, Clyde Berry, 293 Hirama, Susie, 171 Hitchcock, Helen Hester, 85, 182, 191, 256 Hitchcock, June Hester, 245 Hitt, Mary Alice, 56, 163, 178, 274 Hittle, Evart Francis, 56, 176, 220 Hoaglum, John, 138 Hoard, James John, 293 Hobb, Morleah, 173 Hochbaum, Gertrude Matilda, 56, 268 Hoffman, Jane MacGregor, 99 Hogan, Eleanor Jane, 181 Holdeman, Jean, 167 Holden, Mary Elizabeth, 85 HoUister, Elinor Opal, 57 Holly, John Jeremiah, 181 Holm, LaVerne Harriet, 99 Holmes, Robert Elmer, 285 Holler, Caryl Louise, 123, 141, 274 Holtz, Betty Lay, 85 Holtzman, Nancy Catherine, 99, Homer, Avalon Jeanne, 276 191, 276 Hood, George Albert, 72, 165, 169 Hood, Ramon Roger, 185, 195 Hoopes, Edgar Mahn, 72, 165 Hoopes, Peter, 284 Homic, ]. R., 224 Horton, Joyce Elizabeth, 266 Horwitz, Robert D., 57, 199 Houghton, Donald Lawrie, 165 Houk, Kathryn Lois, 99 House, Howard Allen, 72, 164, 283 House, Margaret J., 99, 118 Houston, Charles Oscar, 200 Howard, Jane, 85, 245, 268 Howell, Ada Beth, 85, 262 Howell, Mary Esther, 99 Howells, Fred William, 199 Howie, Helen Naomi, 99, 171 Howland, Melvin Crawford, 293 Hubbard, Lucy Jane, 85 Hubbard, Ralph B., 57, 189 Hubman, Virginia Lee, 268 Hudson, Mildred Rowena, 100 Hughes, Allen Clifton, 284 Hughes, Charles Bridwell, 293 Hughes, Jacqueline Irene, 57, 186, 276 Hughes, Mary Elizabeth, 276 Hughes, Wallace Dean, 165 Hughson, H., 166 Humphries, Jesse Howard, 73, 184, 288 Hungerford, Barbara, 100 Hurley, Grant William, 73, 282 Hursh, Jean K., 135, 197 Hutchinson, Charles Angevine, Jr., 140, 159 Huth, Warren Richard, 57, 164 Huttner, Walter Arnold, 163, 185, 290 Hutton, Kathryn May, 72, 183 Hylan, Anne, 100, 135, 276 Hylan, June, 73, 276 Igasaki, Maxer, Jr., 100 lies, Tamma Adelle, 274 Ingraham, Winifred Ely, 100, 170 Ingwersen, Nancy June, 141, 274 Imes, Myrne Marie, 85 Inouye, Mabel A., 163, 171, 178 Ira, Lee, 179 Ireland, Edith Alice, 57, 121, 167, 274 Ireland, Roger Gordon, 138, 139, 288 Irish, Everett Roland, 171, 199 Irish, Jeanne Osbom, 171 Irvin, George Stovall, 286 Irwin, Robert Manley, 85, 285 Iseminger, Lucele, 57, 167 Iwata, Masea Charlotte, 171, 177 Jackson, Betty Eileen, 100, 170, 196, 264 Jackson, Elinor Louise, 100, 135, 137 Jackson, Phyllis Lucile, 85 Jacolis, Janet Ruth, 85, 196 Jacobson, Ruth Maxianne, 100 James, Joyce, 141 Jamison, Wilburt C, 57, 117, 118, 158, 199 Jarnie, James Andrew, 100 Jarnis, Jean, 73 Jeffery, Edward Roberts, 85, 289 Jenkins, Jack, 107 Jessup, Barbara Jeanne, 73, 136, 139, 177, 264 Jeter, Victor, 234, 235 Jewell, Maurine Eliz, 85, 141, 262 Johnson, Anna Grace, 178 Johnson, Barbara Ann, 85, 163 Johnson, Bonnie Ann, 191 Johnson, Charlotte Leona, 57, 100 Johnson, Edward Sumner, 163 Johnson, Herbert Earl, 57, 140, 185, 189, 282 Johnson, Jean, 85, 242, 266 Johnson, Joanne Matte, 100 Johnson, Marilyn, 266 Johnson, Mary Alice, 262 Johnson, Mary Louise, 124, 268 Johnson, Norville David, 100, 287 Johnson, Paul Raymond, 73, 117, 118, 158, 19? Johnson, Phillip Chester, 86 Johnson, Robert Allen, 73 Johnson, Robert Stanley, 196 Johnson, Ronald Eugene, 100 Johnson, Wayne Albin, 86 Johnson, Winifred Lee, 256 Johnston, Dorothy Jean, 100 Johnston, George-ann, 137 Johnston, Mary Lou, 73, 134, 136, 276 Jones, Charlie Marie, 100, 137, 264 Jones, Carol Gay, 57 Jones, Jean McCauley, 137, 178 Jones, Joyce Olive, 100 Jones, Kenneth Moritz, 166, 189 Jones, Orville R., 164, 175 Jones, Virginia Kay, 100 ludson, Margaret Jennie, 86, 170 Junge, Robert Stanley, 73, 140 K Kaminsky, Estelle Ruth, 100, 134 Kaplan, Sylvan, 138, 290 Karbatsch, Florine Mary, 86 Karpel, Bertram Laws, 188, 290 Kasenga, James Wilbur, 165 309 Kassler, Susanne, 141 Kassowitz, Anna Verena, 176 Kaufman, Marleah Marguerete, 134 Kawamura, Katherine Tomoko, 171 Kawata, Bryan Hiroski, 164 Kearney, George Willard, 86, 196, 291 Keeley, George Qayton, 179, 284 Keener, William John, 287 Keeran, Betty Ethel, 168 Keirnes, Patty, 170 Keith, Hubert Wiley, 165 Keith, Sara, 73, 141 Keller, Edward Beebe, 286 Kellner, Helen Catherine, 86, 139 Kelly, Clark Andrew, 184 Kelly, Marilyn, 100, 141, 272 Kemp, Katherine Ann, 134 Kemper, Shirley M., 268 Kendall, Jean, 100, 264 Kendig, Andrew Edward, 100 Kennedy, Claire Elizabeth, 100, 264 Kenney, Russell Lee, 73, 293 Keough, Mary Madeleine, 181 Keper, Shirley, 196 Kerbey, McFall, Jr., 283 Kerman, Mary Adair, 100, 141, 274 Kiehna, Esther, 200 Kiehna, Esther Marie, 100 Kiernes, Patricia Lucille, 100 Kikel, Matthew John, 107 Killey, Barbara Ann, 57, 262 Kimura, Betty Nobuko, 177 Kincaide, Marjorie Bernice, 73, 123, 156, 186 King, Donald Dietrich, 86, 293 King, Marcia Lucile, 171, 186 King, Marian Lucille, 86, 137, 197, 264 King, Nancy Jane, 276 Kingdon, Bette Frances, 101 Kinsfather, Harry Ray, 289 Kirkpatrick, Georgia Carol, 73, 276 Kissick, Carolyn Virginia, 57 Kissock, Edith Irene, 101 Kistler, Clark Clemmons, 57, 117, 158, 291 Kistler, Elaine Shadford, 57, 264 Kistler, Kirby Frank, 73, 136, 159, 185, 192, 291 Kitagawa, George, 171 Kike, Doris Diane, 197 Klem, Patricia, 247 Klemme, Qaude, 58, 165, 169, 195 Kline, Charles Anton, 86 Kline, Doris Maxine, 101 Kllnger, Charles Rodger, 73, 164, 192, 293 Klunker, Emil Bernard, 56, 166, 188, 189, 195 Knapp, Beverly Mai, 58, 278 Knievel, Kenneth Dale, 224 Knight, Alice Irene, 268 Knox, Junior Wallace, 101 Knox, William Raymond, 86, 163, 184, 289 Koconter, Phillip, 73, 164, 175, 192 Kobler, Frederich William, 284 Keeper, Dorothy Jane, 123 Kosage, Tami J., 171 Kountz, Margaret Ann, 101, 141, 256 Kracha, Frances Jean, 73, 117, 145, 156, 174, 260 Kramer, Kathryne Louise, 170 Krautzman, Betty Yvonne, 57 Kremer, R. Joel, 282 Krenzel, Hugh Moultan, 58, 164 Krieger, Clarence John, 282 Krier, Fern Carol, 73, 266 Krier, Shirley Elaine, 101, 266 Krim, Bette Ann, 101, 270 Krippner, Ann Marie, 58, 268 Krumuieda, Eugene Court, 286 Krupotich, Edward, 58, 164, 175, 195 Krusmark, Irene, 58, 176 Kuh, Louis, 179 Kule, Louis Morton, 86 Kurachi, Harry, 171 Kussman, Robert Nicholas, 292 Lackner, Edward, 101, 290 Lacy, Shirley Virginia, 58, 123 Laecin, Donald Wayne, 58 Laff, Seymour GussicI, 101, 290 Lambert, Velma June, 101 Lambertson, Glen Royal, 86, 199 Landrum, Dallas Davis, Jr., 74, 171 Lang, Barbara, 74, 268 Lang, Joanne Chloe, 272 Langdon, Lawrence Robert, 58, 164, 194, 285 Langill, Norma Jane Marie, 181 Lannert, Elizabeth Ann, 101, 264 Larsen, Dorothy May, 74, 278 La Rue, Lois Lee, 101, 134, 256 Larwill, Susan, 101, 196 Lascelles, Mary Anne, 274 Laurence, Oakley Ballard, 74 Law, Anabel, 86, 170, 272 Law, Carolyn Ruth, 170, 180, 191, 193, 200 Lawrence, Oakley, 184 Lawrie, Thomas James, 288 Ledbetter, Loy W., Jr., 101, 288 Lee, Phylis, Virginia, 86, 134, 268 Leftwich, Alice Ann, 274 Lehman, Lois Elaine, 74, 191, 264 Lehmann, Janet Ruth, 101 Leight, Harold Charles, 101, 290 Limke, Salome Eleanor, 58 Linzini, Elsie Marci, 135 Lion, Robert Leonard, 163, 199 Leonard, Edith Prescott, 182, 268 Leonard, Whipple, 170 Leonard, Whipple Feme, 193 Leth, Joy La von, 163 Levich, Lucille Victoria, 171 Le Vigue, W. Judson, 188 Levoe, Shirley Marie, 101, 170 Levy, Norman Harvey, 101, 290 Lewis, Clayton, 232 Lewis, George Bennett, 163, 288 Lewis, Harvey Eugene, 74, 199 Lewis, Marilyn Louise, 74, 168, 196, 256 Lieberman, Donald, 101, 290 Lien, Lois Eleanor, 272 Liggitt, John Tedford, Jr., 58, 284 Light, Wayne RusseU, 101 Lightburn, David Keith, 117, 118, 159 Lighthall, Lois Emilie, 101, 135 Lill, Jeanne Lucille, 86, 135, 276 Lillengren, Mary Joan, 101, 136, 268 Lindberg, Patricia Ann, 101, 272 Lindholm, Phyllis Lorraine, 58, 141, 272 Lindow, Louisa Rose, 264 Lindsay, James Edgar, 194 Lindstedt, Robert Fred, 58, 138, 165, 192, 293 Linger, Betty Mae, 74, 136, 163, 168, 266 Lings, Sarah Anne, 86 Link, Sally, 137, 272 Lisco, Richard Keith, 86, 292 Littell, Margaret Elaine, 58, 276 Littler, E. Lorraine, 58, 198 Locke, Velma Wynne, 86 Lockhart, Elizabeth Jane, 101 Logan, Roger Lu, 74, 192, 294 Lohmann, Jo, 86, 182 Lomas, Louise Frances, 268 Lon, Ruth, 200 Long, Betty Ruth, 74 Long, Mary Donna, 74, 137, 197, 266 Longnecker, Letty Margaret, 86 Look, Alfred Thomas, 74, 199 Look, Robert, 287 Loper, Robert Bruer, 282 Lorenzi, Frank Joseph, 58 Love, Martha Jane, 86, 266 Lovett, Emery Jr., 284 Lowe, Forrest Adrian, 59 Lowe, Walter, 224 Lund, Gordon, 291 Lundblade, Helen LaVerne, 101 Lundblade, Helen, 180 Lunn, Evelyn Irene, 163, 178, 243 Lusby, Patti Jean, 74, 168, 262 Lustig, Sam, 59, 166 Luzon, William Leopold, 283 Lynch, Mary Kay, 101, 141, 256 M Mabey, Irson Henry, 74, 294 Mabray, Shirley Schall, 178 MacKimm, Barbara, 87, 141, 276 Machln, Blake, 165, 196, 292 MacKnight, Jane Ferguson, 101 Madalena, Robert, 224, 226, 227, 228, 230, 231 Madigan, Jean, 87 Madison, Ernest Sidney, 290 Mahoney, Marjorie, 87, 168 Mann, Elsie Virgia, 177, 183 Marcy, Janice Anne, 272 Margolis, Bernice, 107, 174, 270 Mariner, Elizabeth, 193 Marinoff, Vivian, 74, 117, 122, 136, 156, 264 Markey, Loretta Kathryn, 87, 134, 141, 181, 256 Marlott, Lora, 171 Marsh, Doris Joan, 180, 200 Marshall, Helen Marie, 102 Marshall, Wanola Lucille, 173, 278 Martin, Betty Jo, 87, 134, 264 Martin, Emmy Lu, 102 Martin, Gale, 262 Martin, Jean Joan, 196 Martin, Lila May, 59, 168, 264 Martin, Marguerite Gale, 87, 196 Martin, Mary, 182 Martin, Patricia Anne, 180, 200 Martina, Albert Peter, 189, 195, 241 Marye, Patty Sue, 168 Marye, Susie Kilpatrick, 87, 135, 262 Mason, Jacqueline Maxine, 102 Mathias, Gerald Edward, 59, 175 Mattison, Mary Elizabeth, 107 Maucini, Helen Noel, 102, 256 Meeci, James Charles Jr., 285 Mercier, Olivette, 87, 197 Meyer, Nancy Lu, 159, 264 Meyers, Howard, 135 Michael, Robert K., 59, 284 Miera, Lolita, 75, 181, 186 Miesse, Jeanne, 59, 272 Milek, David Richard, 102, 285 Milhoan, George Michael, 181 Miller, Barbara June, 75 Miller, Charles Keith, 87, 285 Miller, Donald Ronald, 283 Miller, Gerald Melvin, 102, 163. 290 Miller, H. L., 224 Miller, James Raymann, 87, 29 Miller, Mary Catherine, 102 Miller, Mary Jean, 87 Miller, Nancy, 191, 276 Miller, Philomana, 198 Miller, Ross Duncan, 288 Miller, Willard Walter, 164, 224 Millhoff, William C, 87 Millikan, Charline, 122, 156, 175,. 276 Mills, Margaret Mae, 180, 200 Minden, John Richard, 87, 292 Miner, Katherine Louise, 87 Minowitz, Barbara Shirley, 59 Minton, Carolyn Catherine, 87, 266 Minton, Mary Anne, 75, 266 Minuth, Fred Gunz, 224 Mitchell, Constance Evelyn, 102,. 141, 256 Mitchell, Donald M., 75, 292 Mitchell, Margret Lillie, 59 Mitchell, Robert Benjamin, 165. 196, 224 3tO Mock, Betty Lucille, 177 Mohr, Wesley George, 87, 293 Momie, Dick Dainsuke, 75, 171 Monroe, Gordon, 284 Montgomery, Dorothy Jean, 102 Moore, Doris Marie, 87 Moore, Imogen, 75, 168 Moore, Jane B., 75 Moore, Jane Buckler, 182 Moore, Jane Edwina, 272 Moreno, Jose A., 59, 171, 173, 181 Morgan, Jame Toms, 156, 264 Morgan, Mary Edith, 176 Morgan, Keith, 195, 198 Morris, Donald Ira, 87 Morrison, Barbara Geneive, 102, 182, 276 Morrison, Mary Louise, 183 Morgan, Rachel, 170 Morgan, Jane, 122 Morgan, Samuel Keith, 166 Morgey, Russell Woodrow, 75, 87, 134, 199 Morrill, Robert Charles, 165 Morrison, Barbara, 168, 191 Morrow, Richard Cavender, 224, 225, 231, 284 Morrow, Wilbert John, 75, 134, 292 Morse, George Dodge, 87, 192, 233, 287 Mosley, Mary Laura, 75, 132, 137, 139, 268 Mueller, Marie, 102 Mueller, Mack George Jr., 283 Muir, Patricia Ann, 87, 135, 272 MuUenix, Emma Jean, 59, 167, 190, 264 Mulligan, Patsy Claire, 181 Muller, Jane Preston, 87, 134, 268 Muller, Joan Stephenson, 87, 134, 268 Mundell, Jane Louise, 60, 123, 167 Mundt, Kenneth B., 107 Murata, Hideo, 166, 171 Murfin, Jo Ann, 87 Murphy, James Donald, 75, 138, 192 Murphy, John Ellsworth, 286 Murphy, Madonna Louise, 60 Muth, Betty Lou, 75, 136 Muth, Elizabeth Ann, 59, 176 Myers, John, 224, 228 Myers, Virginia Elizabeth, 102 Mc McAlpine, Lois, 102, 191 McArthur, Bob, 118, 192, 199 McBee, La Vera Jean, 102 McCabe, Marilyn, 137 McCabe, Marilyn S., 86, 102, 168, 274 McCambell, Carroll Beecher, 282 McCarthy, Vl illiam Earl Jr., 107 McCarthy, Duchess, 107 McCarty, Wyndolun, 59, 256 McCauley, Eileen, 276 McCan, Anne, 74, 177, 181, 264 McCan, Marcella Jane, 181 McChristian, Mary, 180 McCleary, Edward Raymond, 288 McQeary, Elaine Woodward, 102 McClintock, Merrill Lewis, 102, 268 McCombs, Rollin Koenig, 194 McCord, Margaret Mary, 86, 272 McCord, Wayne Smith, 199 McCormick, Barbara Anne, 59, 242, 272 McCormick, Marjorie, 108, 180 McCosk, Richard Edwin, 164, 192, 282 McCoy, James Richard, 134, 139, 196 McCoy, Peggie L., 86 McCracken, Emma Jo, 193 McCuistion, Mary Jeanette, 102 McDowell, John Henry, 294 McDowell, William B., 165, 176 McElin, Joan Marjorie, 139, 276 McFarling, Floyd La Verne, 189 McFeron, Dean Earl, 196 McFie, Ruth Eloise, 86 McGee, Betty Ruth, 74, 197 Mcintosh, Robert, 224 Mclntyre, Geraldine, 86 McKee, Abner Sherman, 74, 291 McKee, Anne B., 86, 190, 196, 260 McKee, Harold Glenn, 164 McKever, Harold James, 59, 120, 159, 164, 175, 192 McKell, Robert, 59, 164 McKewan, Richard Smith, 294 McKerlin, Judith Helena, 102 McKinley, William Wainwright Jr., 87, 185, 224, 228, 235, 291 McKinnie, Margarite, 260 McKinnon, Robert Ford, 102 McLaughin, Wendell Lloyd, 87 McLeod, Wilraa, 75, 180, 200, 242 McMahan, Patsy, 134, 137, 272 McMahon, Beverly Edith, 59, 176, 182 McMurrough, Jessie Jeanne, 102 McMurtrey, Lawrence Jay, 75 McNair, Frances, 171 McNamee, Rose Elizabeth, 87 McNeil, Elbert Daniel, 282 McPherrin, Marjorie Thornley, 59, 268 N Nakagawa, Harry Mitsuo, 87 Nakagawa, Julia, 171, 177, 183, 201 Nakagawa, Sarah, 183 Nakano, Tom, 171 Nakayema, Seiken, 171 Nash, Betty Virginia, 117, 118, 157, 198, 203, 278 Nash, Natalie Jean, 162, 256 Naugle, Laura, 60, 276 Neal, Mary Gene, 60 Nehring, Clayton Richard, 289 Neill, Ora Henrietta, 102, 272 Neisler, Helen Louise, 103 Nelson, Alice, 60, 118, 122, 156, 167, 198 Nelson, Erma Kay, 182 Nelson, Eugene Ray, 282 Nelson, Jonell, 60, 177, 196 Nelson, Richard Sanborn, 284 Nelson, Shirley Jane, 264 Nesbitt, Elizabeth Jean, 201 Nevens, Thomas Dilos, 75, 162, 287 Newcomb, Effie Margaret, 88, 168, 203, 266 Newell, Rosemary, 88, 134, 170, 181, 264 Newman, Carol Estelle, 276 Newman, John Henry, 289 Nice, Janet Duncan, 103 Nichols, Dixie Virginia, 103 Nichols, Nancy Lee, 274 Nickolas, Jack, 103, 292 Nicoletti, Frank Albert, 184, 196 Nicoll, Garrie, 288 Nicoll, Andrew Garrie, 190 Nielsen, Jean Marion, 75, 276 Niemann, Walter Fredrick, 288 Nies, Alan Frank, 291 Niethammer, Nona Claire, 60, 136, 156, 268 Nilsson, Mary Justine, 274 Nitta, William Seiwa, 87, 164 Noble, Elizabeth Kent, 274 Noble, Jack Laurence, 60, 170, 282 Nolan, Geraldine Louise, 103 Noole, Jack, 179 Norberg, Gloria Verna, 139, 202, 268 Nord, Shirley M., 137, 141, 170, 174 Norene, Cromwell Stewart, 235 Norman, Lloyd, 162 Norton, Mahlon H., 164, 175, 195, 199 Nowell, Martha Ann, 122, 134, 204, 276 Nylen, William Edward, 103, 292 Oades, Gwendolyn Irey, 200 O ' Brien, Janette Zoe, 60 Ochs, Calvin Marvin, 103 Ogier, Margaret, 203, 204 Ohler, Hazel Edna, 103 O ' Keefe, Joseph Damon, 288 O ' Keefe, Mathew Eugene, 288 Olds, Helen Joan, 103 Oleson, Irene Emily, 103 Oliner, James Thomson, 224, 292 Oliver, Audrey Jeanne, 180 Olmstead, Ruth Nadine, 88, 123, 136, 190, 196, 276 Olson, Eva Jean, 88, 256 Olson, namae, 103, 256 Olson, Irene Louise, 174, 177 Olson, Ruth Ann, 88, 136, 268 Olsen, Stanley Raymond, 293 O ' Neal, Charles Willard, 192 O ' Neal, Eldon Ellsworth, 192, 200 O ' Neal, Peggy, 60, 274 O ' Neill, Mary Lou, 141 O ' Rourke, Patricia, 60, 274 Orr, Betty, 88, 141, 276 Orr, Thomas Edwin, 103, 283 Ostrandor, William, 287 Otsuki, Julius Akira, 164 Otte, Olive Mae, 103, 264 Otto, William Beard, 88, 164 Overhults, Margaret L., 162 Owells, Elizabeth Jean, 88, 141, 266 Owen, Barbara Grace, 60, 117, 156, 187, 276 Owens, Kenneth Norwood, 75, 283 Pace, Charles William, 224, 288 Paddock, John Raymond, 88, 284 Padgett, Jessamine Edna, 103 Paige, Mildred V., 276 Paine, Betty Lou, 180 Paine, Walter Woodrow, 60 Palermo, Dominic Panto, 192 Palmer, Thelma Louise, 88, 256 Pannell, Margaret Elizabeth, 88 Panzella, Tessie Palmyra, 76 Pappalardo, Joseph Anthony, 176, 181 Parker, Peggy Lu, 196, 274 Parkhill, Marie Frederic, 163 Parks, Marjie, 118, 176 Parr, Celeste, 60, 118, 122, 123, 198 Parrish, Verl Owen, 60, 166 Pasqua, Pietro F., 60 Patrick, Patricia Anne, 88, 168, 272 Patterson, Marjorie Jean, 61, 264 Patton, J. Allen, 162 Patton, Harriet Ann, 76 Paul, Dorothy Llewellyn, 103 Pavlidis, Despo Mick, 167 Pavlakis, Emanuel George, 76, 164, 169 Pavletich, Mary Kathryn, 76 Payne, Donald Thomas, 103 Peabody, Kathryn, 173 Peabody, Kathryn Anne, 61, 122, 157, 274 Pearce, Patricia Ann, 103 Pearson, Alvin Jerrold, 61, 166, Peasley, Phyllis, 88 Pecoraro, Rose, 198 Peeler, Richard Lee, 283 Pels, Cynthia, 260 Pellillo, Evelyn Marie, 76 Pellish, Harris Elliot, 88, 135; 141, 290 Peory, Dorothy Louise, 178 Peper, Bob, 176 Peper, John, 176 Pepper, Bill, 176 Perella, Joseph Rome Anthony, 181, 292 Perkins, Gene, 134 Perkins, Georgia Jeanette, 88, 264 Perkins, John Joseph, 103 Perkins, Mary Hizabeth, 88 311 Perstein, Millard Harris, 88, 188, 190, 290 Peterman, Harry, 260 Peterson, Peter Edward, 88 Peterson, Peter Ferdinand, 284 Peterson, Bernice Maria, 88 Peterson, Catherine Lee, 103 Peterson, Thomas Alonzo, 182 Peterson, Walter Richard Petheram, Myrtle Irene, 88 Pew, Doris Vivian, 103, 141 Phillips, Charles Ray, 176 Phillips, Nancy Jane, 76 Phillips, Robert Grover, 288 Pichup, Stacy Frank, 61, 166 Pierce, James Harold, 224 Pillmore, George Auston, 76, 164, 192 Pinamont, Carl James, 76, 162, 181, 199 Place, Qara Mae, 176, 179, 182 Platts, Harvey Nivon, 288 Platts, Virginia Case, 61, 103, 274 Pletcher, Emma Kathryn, 103 Pluss, Norman, 61, 117, 290 Poehles, Vernon, 137 Pohlenz, Jack B., 120, 162, 188, 195 Pollock, Charles Bertrand, 88, 200 Pollock, James Leslie, 163 Pollock, James William, 185 Pomeranz, Morris Stanley, 103, 290 Pool, Kathrin Cook, 61, 134, 187, 276 Pope, Margaret Louise, 61, 173, 206 Porter, Barbara C, 136, 168, 266 Porter, Raymond Chalmers, 162 Portner, Dorothy Mae, 181 Poss, Viola Teresa, 88 Post, Don B., 61 Potter, Hobart Lee J., 140, 198, 287 Powell, Keith Ross, 88 Powers, Donald Francis, 181 Powell, Joseph, 165 Pratt, Anna Elaine, 61, 168 Pratt, Gertrude Paula, 76, 137, 168 Pratt, Joan Marjorie, 88, 136, 141, 274 Preble, Parker E., 235, 294 Prechtel, William Richard, 291 Presley, Boise, 103, 170, 191 Preston, John Belmont, 294 Prey, Patricia Ann, 274 Price, Betty Jeanne, 88 Price, James Gordon, 284 Price, James Lloyd, 228, 230, 235 Price, Virginia Elizabeth, 61 Pringle, Harold Louis, 290 Pringle, John Watson, 162 Pringle, Mary Mae, 103 Prockter, Martha, 61, 123 Proctor, Charlotte Geraldlne, 103 Prouty, Jane, 103, 134, 168, 276 Przygoki, Camilla Alexandra, 81, 88 Puckett, Jalah Moore, 88 Purcell, Ila Mae, 61, 193, 264 Pyles, Jane Lawrence, 61, 167 Quarnberg, Adele, 89, 123, 134, 136, 268 Quick, Alice Ava, 170 Quick, Bernard Earnest, 170 Ouimby, John C. Jr., 61, 136, 288 Racchio, Wilbur Earnest, 107 Radcliff, John Lewis, 196 Ramstetter, Donald Ernest, 136, 190, 294 Randall, Alexa Iris, 76, 167 Rankin, Janet Ruth, 61, 118, 176, 196 Rapalje, Virginia Lee, 274 Rathfon, Jeanne Lu, 61, 272 Rautenstraus, Roland Curt, 224, 228 Ray, William Lee, 176 Rayburn, Chalmers Jackson, 89, 163, 185, 235, 291 Read, Luana, 135 Record, Walter Ross Jr., 292 Reed, Dorothy Jean, 141, 272 Reed, Kathryn, 76, 276 Reed, Kenneth Charles, 196, 292 Reed, -Mary Frances, 243 Reed, Ralph William, 62, 76, 283 Reed, Ren, 164 Reed, Richard Elton, 283 Reese, Annette, 107 Reese, Harold William, 138 Reimel, 177 Reinhardt, Marcella Louise, 183, 197, 198 Renberg, Qair Weldon, 293 Reynolds, Helen, 76, 276 Rich, Elizabeth Weldon, 123, 266 Rick, Elizabeth, 89, 136 Richards, Shirley, 89 Riggs, Francis D., 89, 163, 178, 202 R is, Jeanette Keiton, 186 Robb, Norma Ann, 76, 134, 256 Robbins, Laititia Natalie, 187, 203, 278 Roberts, N. Patricia, 163, 171 Robertson, Donald A., 164 Robertson, Harry Alexander, 288 Robertson, Thomas Earl Jr., 89 Robie, John Randolph, 164 Robinson, Benjamin Earl, 184 Robinson, Bette Jean, 141 Robinson, Ruth Isabel, 244 Rockwell, Robert Goode, 62, 164. 175, 192, 199 Hockey, Susan, 89, 260 Rodman, Priscilla Jean, 62. 134. 272 Roger, Dave Lewis, 89, 284 Rogers, Dorothy Ruth, 76, 139. 143, 196, 280 Rogoff, Sanford, 164 Rohrs, Dorothy Ellen, 176 Rohwer, Robert Kaye, 200 Romer, M. Kathryn, 170, 180 Rominger, Helen Harriet, 89, 179 Rook, Jack Stanford, 89, 284 Rooney, Thomas James, 181, 192, 224 Roper, Lester Vincil Jr., 89, 291 Rosenlind, Fred James, 196 Rosenthal, Evelyn Shirley, 270 Ross, Betty Ann, 179, 272 Rothstein, Robert Noah, 290 Roup, Norman Lewis, 288 Rouse, Martha Minill, 76, 272 Rowe, Mary Jane, 276 Roy, Donna Mae, 180 Roylance, Robert William, 89, 291 Ruch, Norma Marie, 89, 163, 198 Rudin, Donald Oliver, 282 Ruhr, Joseph Ferdinand, 62, 181 Ruler, Sally, 141 Rupp, Howard, 89, 163 Ruppilt, Jean Marie, 89, 176 Rushton, Frances Marian, 76, 177, 191 Russell, Keith Dumas, 89, 164, 181, 287 Rutledge, Mary Lou, 274 Sachter, Lewis S., 89, 290 Sakelaris, Gus John, 89 Saliba, Jacklyn Jeannette, 135, 256 Salzer, Willard Martin, 89, 290 Sanders, Spilliam Clifford, 62, 77, 166 Sandoval, Robert Corley, 293 Sasajima, Hideko R., 77, 134, 167 Saul, Cathryn Jo, 89, 262 Saunders, Claribel, 123, 163, 170, 178 Saunders Winnifred Hardin, 104 Saval, Juanita Marian, 89, 272 Sawhill, Kathryn, 183 Sawhill, William Perkins, 89, 292 Sawyer, Twila May, 104 Scanlan, Joseph Alfred, 62, 164, 175 Schaefer, Eugene Henry, 164, 199 Scharbach, Shirley Mildred, 191, 262 Schemmel, Joann Luise, 104, 135, 136, 168 Schlessinger, Muriel Ellen, 77, 124, 136, 177, 182, 264 Schmitt, Darwin Wilbur, 77, 138, 166, 189, 192 Schneider, Charles Matthew, 292 Schneider, Milton David, 104, 140 Schobinger, Charles Webster, 285 Schoene, Florence Christine Gertrude, 141, 274 Scholes, Mildred Jane, 62, 167 Schon, Geroldine Grace, 104, 168 SchooUand, Claire Nelva, 62, 183, 256 Schrader, Ernestine Joy, 104, 135, 170 Schroeder, Katherine Ann, 170 Schroeder, Lorene Elda, 62 Schureman, Lucile Thanet, 62, 122, 202, 244, 274 Schuyler, Patricia, 272 Schwind, Suzanne M., 89, 181 Scofield, Patricia Sue, 89, 268 Scogin, Jean Anne, 62, 288 Scott, Bonnie Maree, 89 Scott, George Edmond, 89, 163, 185 Scott, Helen Emma, 89 Scott, Robert Eugene, 164 Scott, Robert Holmes, 291 Scott, Roy Seymour, 138, 281, 288 Scruby, Ralph Edwin, 90, 196, 288 Scully, Jeanne Patricia, 176 Sedalnick, Victor Hershel, 290 Seelander, Ruth, 272 Seely, George E., 282 Seibold, Mary Ann, 271 Seitz, Gloria, 90, 135, 170, 276 Selander, Carolyn Ruth, 104, 168 Self, Ruth Ann, 90, 163, 261 Sera, Tetsuo Tom, 171, 185, 199 Sera, Toshiye Alma, 171 Seyler, Marian, 90, 256 Seymour, Carolyn Harper, 173 Shaffer, Florence Ann, 134, 272 Shaner, James Healer, 293 Shanesy, Suzanne Burt, 134, 274 Shanks, Charles Korell, 164 Shanley, Patricia, 62, 272 Sharrah, Marion Lester, 184 Shaw, Mary Nevelle, 108, 202, 264 Shaw, Nancy Marie, 182, 196, 245, 276 Sheppard, James Kendrick, 70, 90, 294 Sheriff, Nona Janice, 171 Shermack, Albert Paul, 107 Shields, Betty Lou, 90 Shikamura, Alice Haruko, 104, 171, 183, 201 Shimpfky, Blanche Gertrude, 180, 200 Shinn, Marjorie Ellen, 104 Shinn, William Torrey, 62 Shoup, Martha Louise, 77 Shrirapton, Worth F. Jr., 107 Shultz, Peggy Pauline, 90 Shumate, Marjorie Helen, 90, 183 Siegfried, Edith Lay, 183, 201 Siggard, John Albert, 90 Sihler, Margaret Marie, 77, 197 Silver, Leon Theodore, 164 Simmons, Marilyn Nancy, 193 Simons, William Leywood, 77, 284 Sims, Fred Ivan, 1 40 Sinaiko, Arlene Joy, 191, 270 Sinaiko, Nadine Love, 191, 270 Sinnett, Marion Cathrin, 62, 134, 272 Skeen, Marguerite Genevieve, 62 Skelley, Grant Teasdale, 181 Slagle, Dorothy Ann, 274 Slaughenhaupt, Rose Eleanor, 62, 183 Slemmons, Miriam, 256 Slenker, Mabel Mary, 181 Sloan, Eleanor McCrea, 77, 266 Slonecker, Robert Nelson, 104 312 Smalley, Omer Delbert, 287 Smethills, Phyllis Edith, 77 Smiley, Marse Wesley, 90, 192, 291 Smith, Addie Mae, 104, 134, 196 Smith, Bermita, 180 Smith, Betty Belle, 90, 268 Smith, Frances Helen, 104, 266 Smith, Jack Allister, 63, 164 Smith, Jane Frances, 90 Smith, Keene Turich, 288 Smith, Mary Caroline, 63, 262 Smith, Mickey, 105, 191 Smith, Myra Margaret, 63, 167, 272 Smith, Normalee, 105 Smith, Patricia Ellis, 191, 272 Smith, Walter Edward Jr., 288 Smyth, Jane Breakings, 163 Sneider, Rose, 105 Snyder, Eloise, 90, 200 Snyder, Phyllis Jean, 78, 272 Snyder, Rose, 270 Sobol, Beatrice Dorothy, 90, 163, 202, 270 Soderborg, Ray Lloyd, 77 Solter, Marjorie Alyce, 260 Sommers, Beverly Marie, 105 Sonnenberg, Glenis Viola, 63 Sosnowski, Josephine, 193 Southard, Myra Jean, 90 Spare, Pauline Jessie, 70 Sparks, June Bennett, 63, 168, 250 Spear, Betty Lou, 105, 262 Speigleman, Ruth, 270 Spencer, Charles O ' Donovan, 63 Spencer, Joyce Moree, 63, 118, 183, 198 Sperry, Hazel Marie, 105 Spiegleman, Ruth Devara, 90 Spindler, Fellow, 181 Spore, Zinette, 63, 274 Sprague, Evelyn Ember, 182 Spratlen, Frank Penn, 284 Spring, Barton Hobart, 63 Sproul, Beverly Anne, 105, 264 St. Clair, Melvin Earl, 77, 175, 293 Stahmer, Jerome Gale, 77, 287 Stalas, Constance, 90 Stalder, Dorothy Dee, 134, 141, 272 Staley, James B., 282 Stangl, Frank F., 77 Stanley, Doris Marie, 90, 135, 275 Stanley, Doreen, 180 Stanley, Xenia Mae, 105, 268 Stanton, Norma Jeanne, 105 Stapp, Joan, 274 Stark, John ]., 63, 166 Stark, George, 118 Stark, Betty Jane, 63 Storks, Betty Lou, 90 Starr, Betty Leslie, 117, 122 Steele, Betty Marie, 105 Steen, Crete Gail, 105, 182 Stein, Flora Jane, 123, 145, 174, 186, 270 Steik, Kathryn Anne, 63, 266 Stephens, Elizabeth Jean, 105, 258 Stephens, Merwyn Mildred, 105, 180, 260 Stephens, Robert Wilkins, 287 Stephenson, Marylyn Ann, 90, 272 Stevens, Qarence Dale, 105 Stevens, Frances, 191, 268 Stevens, Marjorie Elizabeth, 63, 167, 272 Stevenson, Charlotte Ann, 77, 180, 264 Stever, Carol, 05, 168, 268 Stewart, Sylvia E., 77 Stillson, Ruth Elizabeth, 63, 262 Stinton, John Edward, 90, 117, 118, 158, 192, 199 Stodart, Nona Ruth, 63, 187 Stoft, Paul Eugene, 63, 164, 175, 194 Stone, Diana Sherril, 90, 274 Storey, Nancy Jane, 63, 193, 262 Stovall, Marjorie, 105, 274 Stovall, Robert Gentry Jr., 192 Strain, Anna Mae, 90, 190, 266 Strait, Adelyn Wilma, 90, 134, 136, 139, 176 Strand, Lawrence Alfred, 134, 185 Stratton, Betty Jean, 90, 168, 274 Stratton, Ogden Kirkland, 284 Streamer, Charles Walker, 77, 284 Streamer, Frank M., 284 Street, Barbara Louise, 256 Street, Doris Gloria, 63 Street, Eleanor Yvonne, 77, 170, 178, 256 Streltzer, Toby Mae, 1 05, 270 Strieker, Fred Lester, 77 Strieby, Charlotte Annette, 90, 268 Striker, Fred, 184 Stringham, Jack Dunyon, 163 Strong, Marcia Maye, 78, 117, 122, 123, 157, 204, 266 Sturdevant, Mildred Frances, 78, 123 Suess, Helen Virginia, 180 Sullivan, Austin John, 288 Sullivan, Dorothy Lu, 203 Sullivan, Mary Ann, 91, 168, 181 Sullivan, Roy Jernigan, 190 Summers, William Boyd, 163 Suzuki, Tahako, 180 Svedlund, Joel Edmond, 78 Swan, Shirley O ' Lee, 103, 196, 256 Swedlund, Normalee, 91 Sweeney, Mary Gertrude, 105, 264 Sweeney, Paul, 283 Swindler, Reta Reve, 78 Taguchi, Mary, 171 Talcotf, Virginia Jean, 78, 178 Talpus, Stanley Jerome, 105 Tanaka, Helen Isoneko, 163 Tasto, Gerome Thane, 292 Tavel, Howard Stanley, 290 Taylor, Donna Lee, 21, 179 Taylor, May Virginia, 91, 168, 276 Taylor, Neil Billings, 64 Taylor, Thomas Edwin, 78, 166, 283 Telk, Patricia Ann, 91, 141, 196, 266 Teller, Elizabeth Jeanette, 78, 175 Tonnille, Anne Rae, 243 Terrett, Priscilla Dude, 105 Terrett, Virginia Lee, 91 Tesdell, Dorothy Anne, 78, 272 Theander, Manley Franklin, 288 Thoman, Clara Louise, 171 Thombury, Margie Jean, 179 Thomas, Christopher Y. Jr., 288 Thomas, Hazel Henrietta, 170 Thomas, Ladell Merritt, 231 Thomas, Richard, 293 Thomas, Robert Alfred, 163, 185 Thomas, Welsy Adrian, 164 Thompson, Dorothy, 91, 274 Thompson, Jean Alberta, 91, 168, 196, 197, 198, 262 Thompson, Muriel Arlene, 179, 190 Thompson, Shirley Anne, 105 Thompson, Victor M. Thomson, Jean Belle, 78, 203 Thornton, Alma Louise, 123, 171 Tidball, Lola Mary, 64, 256 Tilton, Warren de Bois Jr., 64, 140, 158, 175 Tobey, Robert Warren, 284 Todd, Harold John, 91, 164 Todd, Horace Edward, 91, 164 Todd, Mary Jane, 176 Todd, Rose Mary, 105, 137, 272 Tomita, Arthur Kiyoshi, 64, 166, 171 Tomita, Fumi Agnes, 167, 171 Tomlin, Annabelle, 180, 200 Tomlinson, Betty, 91, 272 Touse, Mary Jane, 91, 137, 179 Trego, Douglas Grant, 64, 140, 159, 164, 175, 188, 194 Trilling, Dena Delores, 91, 270 Truitt, Arthur Leonard, 179, 192, 289 Tsukiji, Eiichi George, 171 Tsukiji, Tom Misash, 166 Tucker, Betty Jane, 91, 135, 256 Tukey, Lydia Louise, 64, 168, 268 Turner, Donald Alan, 163 Turner, Harold Adair, 293 Turner, Jerry Bob, 176 Turner, Hester Hill, 107 Tutiur, Franz Benjamin, 171, 175, 195 Twinney, Nancy Jane, 181 Twombly, John Carl, 64, 164, 175, 176, 195 Vandersall, L. K., 201 Vandewilt, William Keating, 91, 117, 137, 139, 159, 292 Van Drest, Raymond, 201 Van Meter, Warren, 199 Van Scoy, Robert W., 162 Van Valkenburg, Alice, 91, 242, 243, 244, 272 Van Valkenburg, Betty, 105, 180, 181 Vomer, June Evelyn, 64 Varner, Walter W., 91, 188 Veach, Virginia, 78, 179, 197 Vencil, Lairola, 76 Venciti, Robert, 91, 287 Verner, Robert John, 91, 284 Verploeg, Phyllis, 78, 168, 262 Vick Roy, Thomas Rogers, 64, 120, 162, 188, 195 Vickers, Bettye, 78 Vik, Trygve Svere, 91, 288 Villalanti, Carl Pargue, 224, 292 Vining, Donald Kay, 294 Vining, Margie, 105, 276 Virgitio, Joseph Henry, 64, 162, 195 Vogel, Leonard Carl, 293 Vogler, Harve William, 64, 91, 134, 137, 292 Vollmer, Virginia, 78 Von Egidy, Elbert Joan , 192, 199 Von Rosenberg, Kathryn Dorothy, 91 w u Uchida, Richard Ritsuo, 171 Utgoud, Pattl, 91 Utlaut, William Frederick, 64, 117, 140, 159, 164, 188, 282 Wachob, Low Ella, 78 Wacker, Ruby, 64, 176, 196 Waddington, David, 176 Wadsworth, Jeanne, 91, 197, 264 Walcher, Ruth, 105 Waggoner, Norman Edward, 164, 196 Wagner, Miriam Gladys, 264 Wahlberg, Lois, 105 Walcher, Gladys Rose, 200 Waldo, Helen Florence, 203, 278 Waliher, Gladys, 180 Walk, Guy Linzey, 64, 234, 235, 287 Walker, James O., 284 Walker, Thomas Robert, 106, 179 Wallace, Margaret June, 260 Walsh, Barbara, 91, 268 Walsworth, Bette Lou, 78, 268 Walter, Richard Kurt, 91 Walton, Jean, 268 Wandel, Alan Erwin, 106 Wandel, Stanley, 200 Wangberg, Anne, 91, 141, 183, 266 Ward, Connie, 170 Ward, Darrell Neilsen, 293 Ware, Bonita J., 64, 186 Warner, Jeanne, 106, 196, 256 Warren, Ida Mae, 78, 264 Wahauer, Ted Frank, 138 313 Washburn, Jane, 268 Waters, Rita Grace, 274 Watrons, Carol May, 106, 141 Watson, Peter, 107 Watson, K. Bert, 92 Watson, William Doane, 166 Watts, Dwight Boyer, 106, 224 Wayman, Craig Wallace, 192, 289 Wear, Mary, 170 Webber, Dorothy Jean, 136, 256 Wedeburg, Virginia, 106 Weil, Clobert Leonard, 64, 138, 192 Weinberher, Lester Edmund, 294 Weiner, Stanley Martin, 106, 290 Weisman, Rose, 118, 139, 145, 171, 174, 204 Weiss, Daurine, 79 Weiser, Marjorie McKean, 64, 274 Weitzman, William Jack, 290 Welch, Barbara, 274 Weltner, Patricia, 106 Weltner, William Harold, 92, 224, 283 Welshmeyer, Johanna, 106 Welty, Charlotte, 92, 168, 196 Wepf, Margaret Anne, 79, 196 Wertheimer, Rosalie May, 270 West, John Milton, 181 West, Patricia, 134, 137, 268 West, Paul Grant, 181 Wester, Richard Arthur, 285 Westermann, Lenore Anna, 118, 171, 186, 198, 203 Wever, Dean,. 100 Wheeler, Betty, 92, 203 Wheeler, Virginia, 92, 136, 203 Wheeler, Mabel Elaine, 187 White, Martha Janet, 193 White, Miriam, 106 White, Patricia, 92, 196, 260 White, Peggy, 106, 141 White, Stella, 92, 260 Whitesite, Robinson, 283 Whiting, Robert D., 79, 299 Whiting, Donald Edward, 288 Whitley, Maxine Mae, 134, 136, 140, 141, 179, 193 Whitten, Virginia M., 106 Whittenburg, Catherine A., 106 Wiard, Cynthia, 79, 186, 256 Wigand, Robert Charles Jr., 79, 164, 283 Wilcoxon, Elaine Marie, 170, 193 Wiley, Peggy, 79, 264 Wiley, Donald L, 106 Wilkinson, Robert, 283 Wilkinson, William Justus, 107 Williams, Keith Duane, 92, 192, 281 Williams, Lenora Hlen, 92 Williams, Lloyd David, 162 Williams, Mary Eu, 79, 264 Williams, Olive M., 181 Williams, Ralph Park, 92, 163, 291 Williams, Thomas, 293 Williamson, Dorothy, 106, 191 Willis, Charlotte Carolyn, 65, 193, 262 Willoughby, William Allen, 163 Wilmorth, Ann Roosevelt, 196, 256 Wilson, James S., 164, 175 Wilson, John Gries, 65, 189, 195 Wilson, John Hugh, 92 Wilson, Louise, 179 Wilson, Lucretia Palmer, 79, 276 Wilson, Marie Jana, 106, 137, 168, 276 Wilson, Mary Lynn, 191, 266 Wilson, Medora, 92, 276 Wilson, Oscar Lee, 106, 141, 294 Wilson, Roberta, 106, 196, 276 Wilson, RoUin Keith, 92, 287 Wilson, Suzanne, 141, 182, 274 Winter, Henry Abraham Jr., 138, 192 Winton, Wynona, 180 Wise, Kenneth Virgil, 92, 118, 185, 199, 201 Wise, Sarah AUene, 79, 163, 178 Wiswell, Catherine Mayfield, 196 Witzel, William Samuel, 293 Woelbing, Betty L., 92, 163 WoUenweber, Louis Carl, 288 Wommer, Martha Francis, 198, 203, 278 Wood, Marcia, 65, 268 Wood, Norma, 106, 260 Wood, Richard Arthur, 65, 166, 189, 195 Woodhill, Guy Alan, 192 Woods, Glenn Raymond, 192 Woods, Kenneth Clinton, 79, 192, 289 Woods, Louise Julia, 65, 167, 278 Woods, Nellie Mae, 203 Wood, R. A., 120 Woods, William Russell, 190 Woodsord, George Francis, 179 Worcester, Mary Ellen, 170, 276 Worrell, Ojay Hansen, 287 Wozney, Gilbert Paul, 106 Wren, Margaret E., 106 Wright, Wilbur Mason, 65, 166, 192 Wyatt, Kon Jr., 285 Wyatt, Richard Davisson, 92, 201 Yeager, Mary Louise, 79, 107 Yoches, Robert, 106, 290 Yost, Melba, 106, 180, 200 Young, Eugene Morgan, 284 Young, William Osgood, 65 Zancanella, Frank Coolidge, 92 Zang, Adolph Frank Jr., 196 Zarini, Lois, 170 Zeiger, Marjorie Douglass, 65, 178 ZepUing, Harold, 290 314 AUTOGRAPHS attk AUTOGRAPHS »16 ••t I I


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