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f ntt ♦ . «i,i y . i 3 n t i %. ( Thi 1945 COLORADAN - - - C? «C? -v? Adele Quarnberg Editor Pat Fans Associate Editor Daurine Weiss Business Manager Published by the Associated Students of the University of Colorado I i en O The students of the University of Colorado have come to realize more and more the effects of a war upon the campus. They have taken the various changes in their stride and have continued to co- ordinate war activities with their regular schedule of classes and fun. It is through the pages of this book that we hope the students will better be able to re- member and relive their college days. Activities 1 5 3- 1 74 Administration _ _ 35-63 Beauty Queens 133-140 Classes ,. 65- 1 24 Greeks 273-327 Life at CU : 141-152 221-232 Navy 175-182 Organizations 233-272 Professionals 125-132 Sports 183-220 ' DEDICA TION To the men and women in the Naval forces on the campus of the University of Colorado this book is respectfully dedicated. 5 c a o a a 4 £ ' 5r WE FORGET In the Service of their Country c 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 W. 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 J. BARNARD, DUANE L. BARNES, PAUL BARRETT, WARREN M. BAUER, GERALD BERGEY, JR., ELLWOOD BERGMAN, RALPH G. BERRYMAN, ALFRED KEITH BESON, HERBERT J. BESSEE, ROBERT F. BESSOH, PETER V. 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J ■- - w u.m m «ncf the boys wBm ' M sMS( i mH Hkr 1 J ' ■% A 1 pi " ■; ' V 1 il?i mM f J 1 1 WA w » , C ' O ' s and S.A.E The K.K.G. ' s plw ed a " The front of Macky Auditorium. " 3 bb CO c CD 7Z3 " C 3 o Oi 5 § ■ -H H bO _c ' u u U) u c C is tlO c ■3 c 4- _o 4i M-f tt o t V .2 TH C w ' e 4 -0 " The columns of the law building. " ADMINISTRATION 35 PRESIDENTS ROBERT L. STEARNS To Dr. 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 edu- cators planning the first V-1 and V-7 college train- ing program. He has been on leave from the University since 1943 to perform special service work with the Army Air Forces and is returning to the University July 1 of this year. RUSSEL G. GUSTAVSON Acting President R. G. Gustavson succeeded Dr. Stearns and has performed an admirable task of administering a university under conditions imposed by war and further integrating the needs of the Navy with the facilities of the University. He is leaving the University July 1, to accept a posi- tion as Vice-president and dean of the faculties at the University of Chicago. 36 PRESIDENTS CAPTAIN FRANK H. ROBERTS As commander of the Naval units on the naval 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 and the Navy. Captain Roberts was relieved of his duties early this year. CAPTAIN WILLARD E. CHEADLE In February, Captain Willard E. Cheadle took over Captain Roberts ' task as commanding officer of all Naval training schools and units at the Uni- versity of Colorado. The Captain, who has served 36 years in the Navy, commanded the U. S. Naval training school at the University of Arizona at Tucson, from its commissioning October 15, 1942, until it closed December 20, 1944. 37 fcj BOARD OF REGENTS Left to right: Brockway, Perkins, Currigan, Gustavson, Chapman. Standing: Knowles, Allen, Hill. MEMBERS FRANK D. ALLEN _ Akron, Colorado ROY M. CHAPMAN .Boulder, Colorado DR. LAWRENCE W. COLE Boulder, Colorado DR. MARTIN D. CURRIGAN Denver, Colorado ROBERT R. KNOWLES .....Sterling, Colorado MERRITT H. PERKINS Denver, 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 importance in the life of the LJniversity. In their hands the voters of the state of Colorado have placed the general over-all responsibility for the management 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 students of the University. 38 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL Left to right: Brown, Douglass, Eckel, Green, Parker, Gustavson, Worcester, O ' Day, Petersen, McKeehan, Dyde. MEMBERS OF EXECUTIVE COUNCIL R. G. GUSTAVSON Acting President DEAN P. G. WORCESTOR Dean of the Graduate School DEAN JACOB VAN EK Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences DEAN CLARENCE L. ECKEL Dean of the Engineering School DEAN M. D. GREEN Dean of the Law School PROFESSOR D. W. O ' DAY Professor of the School of Pharmacy PROFESSOR A. C. CROSS Professor of Extension Division DEAN HARL H. DOUGLASS Dean of Summer School DEAN R. W. DUNHAM Dean of the College of Music DEAN MAURICE H. REES Dean of the Medical School DEAN ELMORE PETERSEN Dean of the School of Business MISS LYDIA L. BROWN Dean of Women HARRY G. CARLSON Dean of Men W. F. DYDE Dean of the University CAPTAIN W. E. CHEADLE _ Commanding Officer of the Naval Units PROFESSOR GORDON ALEXANDER Head of Biology Department PROFESSOR IRENE P. McKEEHAN Professor of English Department PROFESSOR W. OTTO BIRK Head of Engineering English Department PROFESSOR CLAY P. MALICK Professor of Political Science The Executive Council, comprising the President of the University, the deans of the colleges, four members elected by the LJniversity Senate, and Captain Cheadle, Commanding Officer of the Navy units on the campus, is the execu- tive 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. 39 STUDENT AFFAIRS 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. Assistant professor of Sociology. Lydia L. Brown, Dean of Women. All features of women ' s life at the University are under her general jurisdiction. Advisor to all major women ' s activities, including A. W. S., Panhellenic, Women ' s Club, and Y. W. C. A. Representa- tive of the women students on the large University Com- mittees. Harry G. Carlson, Dean of Men. Director of Athletics. He has a wide range of relationships with the students, his responsibilities are not limited to one field. His office helps men students financially through initiation of recommenda- tions of loans, has charge of employment, housing, and general discipline of all men students. Willard B. Cook, Acting Manager and Auditor of Non- Athletic Students Activities. His job brings him into con- tact with a great many of the students. The treasurers of all the student organizations refer to him about what they can spend and not spend. Eric N. Rackham, Director of Admissions. His relations start with the students of the University before they ever come to Boulder; in the directing of the high school visita- tion program in Colorado. On campus his office has charge of students ' records, of their tests and counseling. 40 STUDENT AFFAIRS John B. Schoolland, Coordinator of Personnel Activities.. His is the personalization of education, through the estab- lishment of better student-faculty relation, and the advising of students in finding the field of their interests and apti- tudes. He heads the counseling program for Registration and is an Associate Professor in the Psychology Depart- ment. Miss Lillian Smercheck, Secretary to the Dean of Arts and Sciences. Of all the persons connected with the administra- tion of the rules of the college of Arts and Sciences, Miss Smercheck is the most well-known by the students. Her hobbies are in gardening and she is a graduate of the school. Therese Stengel, Assistant Professor of Germanic Lan- guages. She was the first Faculty Sponsor of the campus Red Cross unit. Faculty Advisor to Associated Women Students, University Women ' s Club, and sponsor of many other groups. She speaks five or six languages, loves out- door sports, open road tours and dislikes red-hair. Eugene Wilson, Director of Libraries. Although his con- tact 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 the Uni- versity. His particular job is to develop the Library sources of the University and to coordinate the work of the staff. Frank C. Potts, Coach of the Football Team. His friendly sense of humour, his special interest in each of the " boys, " his courteous manner toward all, his true sportsmanship have earned him the respect of all — from his football players and fans to townspeople and opposing teams. He produced an outstanding team for C. U. last year both in victories won and in fighting spirit. 41 FACULTY Arts and Sciences VAN EK. DEAN JACOB ALEXANDER, GORDON BEDELL, FLORENCE J. BERUEFFY, MINNIE G. BEMIS, EDWIN A. BROXON, JAMLb V. , BRUCE, JOHN B. COHEN, JOSEPH W. CRABB, EDWARD B. CROCKETT. EARL G. CROSMAN, RALPH L. DEAN, PAUL M ECKHARDT, C. C. ERICKSON, W. L, EVANS, FOSTER FEHLMAN, HAZEL FOSTER, CHARLES H. GECK, FRANCIS GOODYKOONTZ, C. B. HARRINGTON. E. W. HENRIKSON, E. H. 42 FACULTY HUDDER, LT. COMM. HULLEY, HELEN JAMES, WILLIAM L. JEFFERY, HARRIET LEH, LEONARD L. LESTER. O. C. LE VEQUE, NORMA LOOSE, GERHARD LOUGHRAN, HENRIETTA MARTIN. JOAN I . ( " = McCOMBS, R. K. MEHL, MARIE ANNA MILLS, LT. ERNEST P. MILLS, HUBERT H. MURPHY. RICHARD O ' DAY. DAVID PARKINSON, RAMONA E. PIETENPOLE, W. B. REYBURN, MARJORIE SCHOOLLAND, JOHN B. • « SIBELL, MURIAL V SPROWLS. JOSEPH B. STENGEL, THERESE TRUCKSESS. FREDERICK VEAZIE. WALTER B. 43 FACULTY VOIGHT, A. H. WAKEHAM, GLEN WALKER, EDWIN R. WARNER, RALPH E. WEST. EDWARD J. WORCESTER, P. G. WITT, NORMAN F. PETERSEN, DEAN ELMORE CURRY, VINTON S. FULLERTON. G. G. NIEHAUS, FRED PARKER. NORMAN A. ROBBINS. LESLIE F. ECKEL. DEAN CLARENCE L. 44 FACULTY BAUER, F. S. BEATTY. F. B. BINGHAM, LLOYD BIRK, W. OTTO BOLAND, HENRY J, BRUBAKER, WILLIAM CARLSON. DeVON M. DAWSON, JOHN H, CARMAN, CURTIS C, HAWLEY, ROBERT W, T HULL, WILLIAM L. HULLEY, KARL KELLEY, HAROLD H. MALLORY, WALTER F, McNAIR, ARTHUR J, MENOHER, WADE L. NYLAND, WARNO S, PALMER, HARLAN B. PRIEN, CHARLES H. RAEDER, WARREN WOOD, K. D. 45 FACULTY GREEN, DEAN M. D. DE SOUCHET, WILLIAM O. REES, DEAN MAURICE H. DUNHAM, DEAN R. W. HILTY, EVERETT JAY KUEMMICH, ROWENA WESSEL, MARK 46 FACULTY IN THE SERVICE The follorving members of the University Faculty and Staff have served with the Armed Forces of the United States or of the United Nations — BERCROMBIE, LOIS WAMS, PHYLLIS kLLEE, RUTH A. vLLEN, F. DONALD iLLEN, HARRY ILLEN, KENNETH DAYTON A. LLEN, MARGARET IMBLER, JOHN VERNON ANDERSON, EWALT P. JICHIBALD, SAMUEL lRENS, SEVERNA fcRNDT, KARL FREDERICK JIONSON, ALICE lSHLEY, HEROD ARKER, MARY MARGARET ARNACLE, CLARKE HORACE ARNARD, HAMILTON ISHAN ARNES, PAUL ARNES, PHILLIP H. ARRETT, JAMES A. ATTRICK, WILLIAM T. ELDERS, GEORGE O. EMIS, JR., EDWIN E. ENOIT, AUDREY ENOIT, DONNA ILLINGS, EDWARD GREGORY LOOMQUIST, CHARLES D. RADLEY, PAUL RAMLEY, JOHN G. RAY, DILLARD W. RECKENRIDGE, ALPHA REWER, CHRISTINE ROSS ROWN, AGATHA PEARL UCK, GEORGE RAYMOND UENENMAN, MABEL UFFINGTON, GEORGE URAGLIO, THERESA URCH, HARRIET M. ALHOUN, FREDERICK R. ALLAN, EDWARD AMPBELL, ROBERT DALE ARLSON, DELMAR ARY, JOHN ROBERT HAMBERS, JOHN S. HEPELENKO, FRED HERNYK, MAURICE HILDS, JR., SAMUEL B. HRISTENSEN, EDWARD C. LADIS, JOHN B. LARK, R. DUMONT LARK, OLIVE OHEN, EDMOND F. OOPER, HENRY LEWIS OPLEY, ARCHER C. REESE, JOHN LOREN ROSS, WARREN D. URTIS, BRUCE F. ! ' ARMS, EDWARD F. .- VID, MORTON M. AVIS, LEO LLOYD ' AVIS, PHILIP L. ■ AVISON, EDWARD . Y, DOROTHY E. . MUTH, LAWRENCE I WEY, RUTH II ION, HENRY J. O.VIE, GERALD O.NOVAN, VIRGINIA ORNSTREICH, KNUTE OWNING, SAM W. iiROMMOND, FREDERICK G. ' RISKILL, WALTER F. lURBIN, EDGAR BAUGH, FRANKLIN G. EKROTH, GEORGE ARTHUR FARR, ROY FARRELL. LAWRENCE FAY, MELVIN FERGUSON, WAYNE C. FILMER, GEORGE A. FOLEY, JACK C. FOREMAN, GEORGE J. FOREMAN, WILLARD W. FOSTER, JR., JOHN McEWEN FOWLER, RANDLETT FOWLER, WILLIAM A. FOX, ALVA FRANKLIN, WALTER B. ' FRAZIER, DAVID M. FREED, CHARLES GILMORE FREEMAN, JR., LEONARD GREEBLER, PAUL GREENLEES, DOROTHY GROMER, JR., TERRY GROSSMAN, BERNARD E. GRUBIN, SEAMAN (SY) GUGGENHEIM, ALBERT GUSTAFSON, EVELYN HAGLER, ERNEST HALL, MARION HALL, OLIVER K. HALSTED, MARGUERITE HANOVER, BEVERLY HARDIE, JANE HARDT, WILLIAM H. HARMS, HERBERT ERIC HARPER, FREDERICK R. HARRINGTON, JOHN F. HARIS, ELLIOTT S. HART, LAWRENCE HARVEY, EDWARD LEE HEDGES, ROY HELLER, GEORGE HIATT, WILLIAM HINDS, ERVIN A. HODGES, DEAN W. HOEKSTRA, ANDREW LOUIS HOLLINGWORTH, MARY HOPKINS, HUGH JOHN HORNSBY, JUNE HOUSTON, CLIFFORD G. HUDDLESTON, ORA LEONARD HUGHES, EUGENE HUGHES, HARRY C HUGHES, JOHN HUIBREGTSE, JR., EDWARD HUNTINGTON, DOROTHY HYLAN, MALCOLM C: INGERSOLL, ROSS R. ICBELL, N. PAUL JOHNSON, RUTH JOHNSON, SYLVIA KAPLAN, MORRIS KELSO, LOUIS O. KEMP, ROBERT C. KEMPE, WILMA KENDRICK, HAZEN W. KING, EDWARD C. KINGHORN, ROYALEEN KLOPPEL, SHIRLEE LACH, MARY E. LAM, WILLIAM C. LATCHAM, JOHN F. LEESEMAN, DONALD F. LeFEVRE, HENRY W. LESSER. GEORGE LeVEQUE, EBOLEE LEWIS. CECIL ' LEWIS, LESLIE L. LIGGETT, ROBERT S. LIGGETT, WILLIAM A. LINTON, HERSHELL P. LIPSCOMB, WILLIAM RUTLEDGE LLOYD, OMAR M. LOGAN, GEORGE ARNOLD LOMBARDI, FRED LONG, VELDON O. LOOSE, GERHARD LORBER, MILTON B. LYDAY, JOSEPH H. McCOLLUM, JR., JOHN C. McGUIRE, CARL McLENATHAN, CHARLES W. McMULLEN, JAMES McNIVEN, BETH MACHA, HAROLD R. MACOMBER, DOUGLAS WETHERILL MAGOON, DONALD J. ' MANNS, JOHN A. MARSHALL, HARWOOD L. MASCHOFF, GERTRUDE MATCHETT, LOUIS FOSTER MECHLER, EMMETT AUGUST METCALFE, KENNETH C. MILLER, CARLYLE MILLER, VERA MULNIX, SYLVIA NELSON, DELLORA NELSON, JOHN M. NEWLAND, DONALD E. NEWMAN, SAMUEL PARKS NIMS, MARSHALL G. NOVAK, LEO NUSS, VERNE O ' CONNELL, EDISON E. O ' KELLY, LAWRENCE I. OZA MOTO, ISAMU PALMER, ADA PATTERSON, JACK PAYNE, DAVID ' PERKINS, J. MEREDITH PERSTEIN, MILLARD HARRIS PETTIT, JR., HENRY JEWETT PIERCE, GARNETT PIERSON, EVERT V. PIHLAK, ANNA LOUISE PLANK, JOSEPH RAYMOND PLOWMAN, JANET POE, CHARLES F. POLITTE, RALPH H. POLLOCK. LOUIS A. PORTER, WHITNEY C. POWELL, ELMER PRATOR, RALPH PRENTUP, FRANK PFRIMMER, LORRAINE PRITEKEL, ANNA M. QUAM, LOUIS O. RATHBURN, ROBERT EDISON REDICK, JOSEPH P. RICHIE. GEORGE T. ROBERTS, GERTRUDE ROBERTS, ROBERT W. ROBINSON, JOSEPH " RODECK, HUGO GEORGE RODNER, RUTH TYSON ROHWER, ROBERT ROSS, WILLIAM J. ROUTSON, JACK C. • RULE, MARGY RYAN, JAMES SAWDEY, GERALD SAYRE, JOHN M. SEARS, THADEUS PERCE SHAKESHAFT, RICHARD D. SHANKEL, HARRY W. SHARRAH, MARION SHELTON, ROBERT E. SHERWOOD, ROBERT O. SMIT, JENNETTE SMITH, GERALD HENRY SMITS, FRANK SMRCEK, MARY SOUTHON, HELEN SPENCER, J. NUTEN SPITZMILLER, BARBARA SQUIER, SARA STANEK, WILLIAM F. STEARNS, ROBERT L. STEIN, HERMAN BENJAMIN STEVENS, RODNEY STOFT, PAUL STOREY, HAROLD A. STORR, SHERMAN STAWLLEY, RICHARD C. SUNDERLAND, KARL FREDERICK SUTHERLAND, DONALD SUYAMA, YAEKO SWANSON, DONALD C. SWISHER, FRANK EARL SWIGERT, JOHN LEONARD TANDY, BEN TATUM, JAMES TAYLOR, LEONARD C. TAYLOR, T. RABER THURSTON, MARLIN OAKES TOEWS, HELENA TONER, FRANCES TOWNLEY, RODNEY TUCKER, WARREN WEATHERBEE UHRICH, GEORGE E. UNDERWOOD, WILLIS O. VAN BERGEN, THOMAS M. VAN BLARCOM, CYNTHIA VERPLOEG, RALPH H. WAGNER, VELMA WALKER, CHARLES EDWARD WALLACE, FAYE WALLACE, WILLIAM WALTEMADE, HENRY J. WARING, JR., WALTER WASLEY, ROBERT S. WEBBER, MARION GEORGE X ' EDDLE, LORA LEE WEINSTEIN, SIDNEY S. WHELDON, MARJORIE WHITE, KENNETH RAY WICHMAN, MARGARET WIDHOLM, ESTHER WILLIAMSON, ADRIAN O. WILSON, GRAHAM CUNNINGHAM WITTE, DORA WOLFE, ALFRED M. WOLLGAST, GEORGE F. WOODBURY, HOMER OLWIN WRIGHT, WILBUR MASON WYKLE, NARVLE ' YEAGER, JAMES YOUNT, KEITH E. ZARIT, JOHN I. Relieved of active duty March 16, 1944. ' Relieved of active duty, August 10, 1944. Died, December iJ, 1944. ' Discharged, December 15, 1944. ' Killed in action, January 20, 1945. ' Discharged, 1943. ' Died, December 7, 1943. ' Killed in action, November 15, 1943. 47 NAVAL ADMINISTRATION CAPTAIN CHEADLE— He is now Senior Officer Present of all the Navy Units on campus and Com- manding Officer of the Navy V-12. He was trans- ferred to Boulder from the U. S. Naval Training school at Tucson, Arizona. CN LT. TABER — H e is the Executive Officer of the Navy V-12 Unit on the campus and the Navy V-12 Unit at the School of Medicine in Denver. He came to Boulder in July, 1943. N ' 48 NAVAL ADMINISTRATION COMMANDER MOORE— He 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 T Academy, Annapolis, Maryland. .- LT. (j.g.) JOHNSON— She is the Women ' s Reserve Representative for the Navy on campus. She came to Boulder in August, 1943. 49 A. S. U. C. March 1944-- ' -Octobef 1944 Operating under war time conditions and a new constitution, the A. S. U. C. Commission, student governing body, has more powers and more worries than it has ever had before. This commission, as the one following, was faced with the prob- lem of securing student interest in University affairs during a war when many of the students were not attending the University of their choice. They performed an admirable task in governing the student body, besides the enjoyment they gave through sponsoring many student activities. 50 Associated Students of the University of Colorado A. S. U. C. Commissioners ELECTED MARCIA STRONG _.. President JOHN STINTON PERSIS EMMETT JOHN GIBBS JAMES WALKER CHARLENE MILLIKAN BETTY NASH CELESTE PARR ROSE WEISMAN Vice-President MARGARET DETWEILER HERBERT JOHNSON CHARLES SCHOBINGER ROBERT BELCHER MARJORIE CROSS IRENE KISSOCK EVELYN LUNN EX-OFFICIO VIVIAN MARNOFF HERBERT COOK GEORGE HIRSCHFELD BETTY RICH LENORE WESTERMANN MARY MOSELY MARILYN LEWIS LANA INMAN BETTY TUCKER 51 A. S. U. C. October 1944 July 1945 The new A. S. U. C. Commission has accompHshed notable things since it went into office last November. It is now making plans for the University after the war, one of which is a plan for a new Stu- dent Union Building. This commission sponsored Navy Days; it sponsored A. S. U. C. dances on various weekends; and it was behind the Student War Council ' s patriotic activities. Another Navy boy was elected president, which helped in bring- ing the Navy and the civilians into closer harmony. What with all the problems brought on the commission by war, they performed an admirable job. 1 52 Associated Students of the University of Colorado A. S. U. C. Commissionefs ELECTED JOHN GIBBS President GEORGE HIRSCHFELD Vice-President DON RAMSETTER BETTY RICH VIRGINIA WHEELER TUPPER SMITH JOHN STINTON ROSE WEISMAN WILLIAM GRUBBS EVERETT IRISH JAMES BULL SUE GASSER JOHN GIANNINI BOB VENUTI NADINE OLMSTEAD EX-OFFICIO MARGE RODMAN DERALD WHITING MAURICE GARDNER FRANK COZETTO ANN BRANDON BOB BARREL MARGARET DETWEILER BLAINE MERCER MARY LINENDOLL 53 (SENATE March 1944 October 1944 One of the two governing bodies of the A. W. S. is the Senate, whose members other than those elected by the women students consist of the presidents of Spur, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Women ' s Club, and Panhellenic, and one member elected from the Independent Women. Besides the functions related to the governing of the women students, the Senate each year sponsors the A. W. S. Vaudeville, given by the women ' s organizations during the year. It has now adapted its constitution to the three semester basis. A. W. S. Senate Officers VIVIAN MARINOFF President MARCIA STRONG Vice-President MARGARET DETWEILER Secretary MARIE PARKHILL Treasurer Members VIRGINIA WHEELER ROSE WEISMAN MARJORIE KINCAIDE JANE MOORE CELESTE PARR BETTY NASH MARION KING JACQUELINE BLANCHE PERSIS EMMETT BETTY TUCKER SHIRLEY BENNETTS Faculty Advisors LYDIA L. BROWN THERESE STENGEL MARY ETHEL BALL 54 «»?:• ■Ho UaC KJ f-ft nrcrsciT tst TvCa One representative member from each sorority and an equal number from the non-sorority groups comprise the members of the House of Representatives. The House also is in charge of the A. W. S. elections and of women ' s convocations. They have a big job in having to grade the annual A. W. S. rules test, and campusing those girls who fail to take it. Their task is important in helping to coordinate the rest of the activities on the campus. The vice-president of Senate is the head of this group. Members INDEPENDENTS JUNEVA BROWN MILDRED STURDEVANT MARTHA PROCTOR BETTY GRIFFITH ELIZABETH LACEY BOULDER INDEPENDENTS CLARA BELLE SAUNDERS REBECCA GORE WOMEN ' S CLUB MARY MOSELY CAMPUS CLUB JANE MUNDALL INTERNATIONAL HOUSE ALMA THORNTON DORM PRESIDENTS KATHERINE DOUDEN MARCIA STRONG WANDA COLBURN CELESTE PARR MARJORIE KINCAIDE MARJORIE RODMAN SORORITY DIXIE LEE BOYER MARGARET GAYES BETTY BALDWIN HILLIE HALL SHIRLEY BENNETTS RUTH ANN HAYES MARIE PARKHILL FLORA STEIN DORTHEY KOEPPER JACKIE BLANCH 55 SE] ?ATE October 1944 -- July 1945 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 governing women students. However, with emphasis on keeping things tiormal, 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. Officers of A. W. S. MARGARET DETWEILER President VIRGINIA WHEELER .....Vice-President IRENE OLSON Secretary BARBARA BOWERS Treasurer JOAN PRATT NADINE OLMSTEAD MARGARET DETWEILER SHIRLEY BENNETTS MARION KING ANNE BRANDON MARIE WILSON JACQUELINE BLANCHE BARBARA GRAVES MARJORIE RODMAN MARY LINDENDAHL CHARLOTTE JOHNSTON Faculty Advisors LYDIA L. BROWN MARY ETHEL BALL THERESA STENGEL 56 Iluujt uf RLpiiL Jtiiluli I c J October 1944 July 1945 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 independ- ent groups. Such items as A. W. S. elections and sign-out slips and regulations fall under their jurisdiction. Members INDEPENDENTS SARA ANN LENT EVELYN LUNN MARY EHNBOM GENEVA BROWN LOIS WALBERG KAY RAMER WOMEN ' S CLUB HARRIET EDMONDSON CAMPUS CLUB DONA POLICH INTERNATIONAL HOUSE MITSUE SUGANO DORM PRESIDENTS SORORITY MARGE KINCAIDE DORTHEY JEAN WEBER JOAN LOHMANN SUSAN LARWILL NELLIE WOODS JEAN DILLOW La VERNE HOLM SUZANNE GASSER MARGARET HILL MAMIE CHASE XENIA STANLEY DEE SNIAKE JANE GILHAMS VIRGINIA RAPALJE ADRIAN COMER 57 Independent Students ' Association Council The I. S. A. council, the largest campus organization has this year more than ever been an important and progressive ele- ment on the campus. The Independent Organization, besides functioning in intramurals, activities, and in the political field, provides weekly dances and a variety of other social entertain- ment such as their formals. They have recreational facilities both in Memorial and in the Women ' s Building. I. S. A. Council GEORGE HIRSCHFELD President ANN BRANDON Vice-President DONA POLICH Secretary HELEN WALDO Treasurer ROBERT L. DUNCAN A. S. U. C. Commissioner CHARLOTTE JOHNSON _. A. W. S. Representative EUGENE LEVIN Athletic Director BARBARA MEADOWS Publicity Director JOHN STINTON , Dance Manager DORTHEY MARSTON Social Director CLASS REPRESENTATIVES EVELYN LUNN DAVID W ADDINGTON .... ' Senior TERESA BRECLAW ROBERT HEDGES ..l Sophomore PHYLLIS GROOMS JONATHAN MARSHALL . ' . Junior MARY JEAN COOPER JOSEPH D. SCHWARTZ Freshman DORMITORY REPRESENTATIVES ROBERT BARRELL . Men ' s Dormitory MARY ANN SEIBOLD Women ' s Dormitory VETERAN REPRESENTATIVE JAMES AUSTIN REEVES REPRESENTATIVES WINIFRED INGRAHAM ANNETTE KEARNS WINIFRED EVANS SPONSORS PROFESSOR BENJAMIN S. GALLAND PROFESSOR AND MRS. A. J. McNAIR 58 THE REEVES Going into its second year as an organization, the Reeves are a larger group than ever before and have greater responsibili- ties. The purpose of the organization is to act as a contact body between the I. S. A. Council and the members of the stu- dent body at large. Much help was given by this group in assisting with the I. S. A. dances. In addition, members of the Reeves served on the committees which made possible the very successful formals. ± ' up oJ . ?s . • .11 MMl] . - .f j| Oiii cers ILA ALLEN THERSA BRECLAW BEVERLY BRISTOL SHIRLEY BROOKS PHYLLIS CASEY CLARK COE MARY JEAN COOPER NOVA COWDIN CHRIS DeLISCO HELEN DUNN RUTH EDWARDS BEVERLY ELLIS JEAN FARICY BETTY FARLEY WINIFRED INGRAHAM President ROBERT HEDGES Vice-President JUDY McCLATCHY .„ Secretary DONA POLICH Treasurer ANN BRANDON Ex-Ojficio member FRANCES FASHBAUGH KATHYRN FISH BETTY HOFFMAN BONNIE JANE FORSBERG PAT GERLOCK POLLY GIRTON PHYLLIS GROOMS JEAN HATFIELD JEAN HAWKINS ROGER KRESS JEANETTE GERNER ROBERTA KINZER ANN KEARNS ELEANOR KOCK Ci fTM EDITH LESKER ROSEMARY LEWIS WAVA LEWTON SARAH LING JONATHAN MARDHALL KENNETH MARQUAND BARBARA MEADOWS ELAINE McCLEARY ROSEMARY MITCHELL RENEE MORELL JOAN MYTH LOUIS PRICE AVIS SHILLING NOREENE SUMMERS JANE WILLIAMS RICHARD MORRIS RICHARD GROVE JEANNE BRANNON BETTY HOFFMAN JACKELUN WEINER DONA HARBISON ALENA THORTON ELAIN HERRICK CAROL ISRAEL FELICE ESPINOSA PAT HAWKINSON AILEEN HAGAANS JOAN LINDEMAN BILLY WILLIAMSON KENNETH HAMMEL 59 PACESETTERS ' - - . BETTY RICH You never fail to get a smile from Betty, her friendly manner and wonderful personality have made many long and lasting friends for her. Editor of the Silver and Gold, secretary of the A. S. U. C, and active on several committees, keeps her time occupied. JOHN GIANNINI There has iseen no lack of laurals on John ' s brow. Active in many activities on campus. President of his fraternity, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, and an A. S. U. C. Commissioner are a few of his activities. Versatile is the word for him. ADELE QUARNBERG Although she is only a junior, D G Adele is editor of the Coloradan this year. She finds time, however, to work on the Silver and Gold also. Tapped for Mortar Board, a past mem- ber of Spur and Hesperia, are a few of the honors she has received. VIRGINIA WHEELER Her effervescent spirit has led Gingy into almost every campus activity. Whatever you do, wherever you go, you ' re sure to see Gingy. Past editor of the Silver and Gold, vice- president of Senate, member of A. S. U. C. are only a few of her activities. TUPPER SMITH Perhaps Tupper is known best for his activities on the Basket- ball floor, but that is not the only reason why the Phi Gams are so proud of him. A member of the A. S. U. C. Com- mission and other organizations have made him a familiar figure around the campus. 60 PACESETTERS JOHN GIBBS No tired businessman routine for this fair-haired lad, who is president of the student body this year. Romance, how- ever, is also in his life in the form of a Httle Kappa known as Dopey. Big John, as his Chi Psi brothers call him, has won many a heart in his life, but these days he is busy tending to the affairs of the University. MARGE KINCAIDE Marge Kincaide, our way of saying efficiency plus . . . plus what? . . . plus her infectious personality. This combination has made her Head president for all the girls dorms — which is quite a task, we must admit. Active in many independent organizations has made her one of the best known coeds on campus. EVERETT IRISH Ev, as he is known to all, holds many important offices on campus. An A. S. U. C. Commissioner and just a B. M. O. C. in general have kept him busy this past year. You ' ve seen him around, a big tall fellow, with a smile for everyone. JIM BULL This tall blond lad has certainly been busy since he entered the University. An A. S. U. C. Commissioner and a member of the Viking club, he however manages to enjoy campus life. I understand that he is available at the present time, girls, so here is your chance. MARGARET DETWEILER Det, as she is called by almost every one, has a list of activities that would amaze everyone. She started the Minute Maids on the campus, is president of Senate, an A. S. U. C. member, and she was also just tapped for Mortar Board. All are proud of this Kappa senior . 61 PACESETTERS NADINE OLMSTEAD Pi Phi Deaney Olmstead is best known for her tireless efforts and for the many services she has rendered the students of the University. Her charming manner and friendUness have endeared her to many. A member of Spur, Hesperia and Mortar Board have kept her busy. DON RAMSETTER This Sigma Nu President and A. S. U. C. Commissioner has made a name for himself on the campus. Don represented twelve states in this area at Stanford in a discussion of South American Relations. As versatile and as nice as they come, is an explanation for this boy. JOAN PRATT Under Joan ' s guidance the Y. W. C. A. has grown and ex- panded tremendously. Don ' t get her on the subject, because she adores it. This vivacious Kappa is also a member of Senate, Spur, Hesperia, and was recently tapped for Mortar Board. ANN BRANDON Ann possesses a lovely singing voice besides many other admirable qualities. Vice-President of the I. S. A. council, a member of the A. S. U. C. Commission, a member of Spur, and very active in other independent organizations. JOHN STINTON We indeed have a right to feel proud of our John. Voted the most outstanding R. O. T. C. to graduate last March, Head of the I. S. A. Council, Vice-President of A. S. U. C. and to top it off he decided to marry Betty Ford. 62 PACESETTERS GEORGE HIRSCHFELD George left the University early this year to take a job in Denver, and there is many a person who wishes he were back. President of the I. S. A. Council and Vice-President of the A. S. U. C. Commission are a couple of the glories he left behind him. IRENE OLSON Although this D G is only a sophomore, she is one of the most active students on campus. Treasurer of Senate, city editor on the Silver and Gold and active in many other organ- izations, still she manages to hold down a three-point. WILLIAM GRUBBS Bill is well known for his good stories and his beautiful girl friend, but besides this he manages to be a A. S. U. C. Com- missioner, and active in other organizations on the campus. He also manages a very high average. BOB VENUTI An all around man is a good definition for Bob. His tireless energy and good humor have made him a favorite of all. An A. S. U. C. Commissioner and an R. O. T. C. member, he expects to graduate in June, and from there we send you the best of luck. SUE GASSER This Alpha Phi has made a bright and shining name for her- self. She is on the A. S. U. C. Commission, is a member of Spur and Hesperia, and is also very active in intramurals. A. W. A. A. board member for two terms and many other activities have made her a well-known coed. 63 -!!,•» «.7»«- W - ?i i liii? ' r CLASSES 65 TAU BETA PI Members ROBERT ADAMS JOHN BECK FLOYD BECKER JACK BRIDGES LEO BUROKER LEROY CAIN PALMER CARLIN VERN CRONKHITE ISAAC CULLICK LeROY DAVIS DONALD EDWARDS EDWARD FOX KARL FRANSON KENNETH GRUBER LOWELL HADLEY HERBERT HUBBARD EVERETT IRISH LUCAS KIMES BLAKE MACKIN LeROY mason DEAN McFERON JAMES MILLER JULIUS OTSUKI WILLIAM OTTO JOSEPH PERRELLA ROBERT ROYLANCE LEON SILVER RALPH SCRUBY JOHN WILSON DANIEL WINTER HENRY WINTER JAMES WYCHE Front row: William Otto, Lowell Hadley, Jack Bridges, John Wilson, Joe Perrella, Palmer Carlin, Henry Winter, Everett Irish, LeRoy Davis, Ralph Scruby. Second row: Leon Silver, Lucas Kimes, James Miller, Dean McFeron, Leo Buroker, Robert Adams, Edward Fox, Donald Edwards, Kenneth Gruber, Bob Roylance, LeRoy Mason. Back row: Mr. Prouty, Vern Cronkhite, Blake Mackin, Dan Winter, Isaac CuUick, LeRoy Cain, James Wyche, Floyd Becker, John Beck, Karl Franson. 66 MORTAR BOARD MISS STENGEL MRS. CURTIS MRS. DIXIE MARJORIE KINC.MDE Members PERSIS EMMETT MARJORIE KINCAIDE BETTY NASH LENORE WESTERMANN MARCIA STRONG CHARLINE MILLIKAN VEE MARINOFF CELESTE PARR ROSE WEISMAN EVELYN LUNN FRANCES RIGGS JOAN PRATT MARGARET DETWEILER BARBARA GRAVES VIRGINIA WHEELER NADINE OLMSTEAD SHIRLEY BENNETTS MARION KING ADELE QUARNBERG MARGARET DETWEILER ADELE QUARNBERG BARBARA GRAVES PERSIS EMMETT VIRGINIA WHEELER BETTY NASH MARION KING LENORE WESTERMANN FRANCES RIGGS Sponsors MISS STENGEL MRS. DIXIE MRS. CURTIS NADINE OLMSTKAD SHIRLEY BENNETTS JOAN PRATT 67 ki tt SENIORS ADAMS, ELIZABETH, Raton, N. Mex., Business, Delta Delta Delta, Spur, A. W. S. Vaudeville, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., University Women ' s Club Triad, Beta Sigma. ADELMANN, DRUCILLA, AmariUo, Tex., Arts and Sciences, Iota Sigma Pi. AHERN, PATRICIA, Denver, Colo., Business, Alpha Phi. ANDERSON, ALVON J., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Sigma, Football, Track, Intramurals. ANDERSON, DAVID L., Billings, Mont., Engineering, Phi Delta Theta. AXLER, AILEEN, Denver, Colo., Business, Beta Sigma, University Women ' s Club, Y. W. C. A. BARBOUR, DOROTHY MAY, Englewood, Cole, Arts and Sciences. BARDWELL, ELLEN, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Delta Gamma, Spur, Hesperia, Iota Sigma Pi, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Dodo, Coloradan, Board of Publications, A. I. Ch. E. BARKER, KATHLEEN, Modesto, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Intramurals. BARKER, REID S., Chicago, 111., Engineering, Chi Psi, A. S. M. E., Pi Tau Sigma, Quarter- deck Club, Silver and Gold. BARTRAM, HARLAN, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Delta Phi Alpha. BASHOR, H. VERNON, Loveland, Colo., Business, Phi Delta Theta, Kappa Kappa Psi. BEARD, VIRGINIA, Independence, Mo., Arts and Sciences. BECK, ELAINE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon, President, Pan Hellenic, W. A. A., University Women ' s Club, Y. W. C. A., History Club, Freshmen Counsellor. BECK, JOHN, Caruthers, Calif., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Knots and Fathoms, Quarterdeck Club. Xmas with Jane and Jimmy. 68 SENIORS " Smiles " Fabling. BELCHER, ROBERT L., Pueblo, Colo., Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, A. S. U. C, Sumalia, Freshmen Week Committee, Chairman C. U. Days, Queen Committee, A. J. E. E., Assistant Business Manager Rhythm Circus, Engine Ball, Intramurals. BELKNAP, DONALD ROBERT, Corvallis, Oregon, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, A. S. M. E., Intramurals. BENNETT, ROBERTSON, Fort Collins, Colo., Business, Sigma Chi. BENNETTS, SHIRLEY C, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, W. A. A. Presi- dent, A. W. S. Senate, Who ' s Who, Spur, Hesperia, Mortar Board. BERRY, JAMES E., Denver, Colo., Engineering, Viking Club, A. I. E. E. BLAZER, JANET, Dayton, Ohio, Arts and Sciences. BONE, CYNTHIA, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Orchesis, Choir, Valkyrie, University Women ' s Club. BOOK, MAXINE, Rush, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Valkyrie, Intramural, University Women ' s Club, Dormitory Counselor. BRADSHAW, BOBBE, Borger, Tex., Business, Chi Omega, Silver and Gold, Dodo, Boot and Spur, University Women ' s Club, Stephens Club, Coloradan, Ski Club, Coed Counselor. BREETWOR, MELVIN, Denver, Colo., Business, Phi Sigma Delta, Phi Epsilon Phi. BROQUET, JACQUELINE, Norton, Kans., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, Y. W. C. A., Coloradan, University Women ' s Club, Intramurals, Window, Choir, History Club, A. W. S. Vaudeville. BROWN, DALTON, Milwaukie, Oregon, Engineering, Kappa Sigma, A. S. C. E., Chi Epsilon, Sigma Tau, Intramurals, A. S. U. C. Committee. BROWN, JUNEVA, Loveland, Colo., Music, Psi Kappa Psi, Sigma Alpha Iota, House of Representatives, Band, Chorus. BROWN, ROWLAND, Corvallis, Oregon, Engineering. BULL, JIM, Morrison, 111., Arts and Sciences, A. S. U. C, I. S. A. Council, Intramurals, Silver and Gold, Westminster Foundation, Viking Club President, Pi Gamma Mu President, Inter-Church Council. 69 SENIORS BUROKER, LEO RAY, Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Sigma Nu, Pi Tau Sigma, A. S. M.E. CHARLESWORTH, RUTH EILEEN, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Spur, Hesperia, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Psi Kappa Psi, Concert Band, Marching Band, Dance Band, W. A. A., Women ' s Club, A. W. S. Vaudeville, Rhythm Circus, A. S. U. C. Committee, Red Cross Staff Assistant, President Freshmen Dormitory. CHASE, ROBERT RAYMOND, Portland, Oregon, Engineering. CLARE, ROBERT HAROLD, Portland, Oregon, Engineering, A. L E. E., Intramurals. CLASSEN, KENNETH GEORGE, Lewistown, Mont., Engineering, Alpha Chi Sigma, Football, Pi Mu Epsilon, Viking Club. COLLINS, DOROTHEA, Toledo, Ohio, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, President Porpoise, Orchesis, W. A. A. Board, Physical Education Club, Choir, University Women ' s Club, Ski Club, Coloradan, Intramurals, Hikers Club. COMEGYS, MARGARET J., La Grange, 111., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, Spur, A. W. S. Committee, W. A. A., Home Economics Club, Y. W. C. A., Silver and Gold, Window, Red Cross. COOK, HERBERT VICTOR, Denver, Colo., Business, Phi Sigma Delta, A. S. U. C, President Inter-fraternity Council, Silver and Gold, Coloradan. CROSS, MARJORIE, Fort Collins, Colo., Arts and Sciences, President Kappa Kappa Gamma, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A. Board, Spur, Hesperia, A. S. U. C, Ski Club, House of Repre- sentatives, Coloradan. CULLICK, ISAAC, Shreveport, La., Engineering, President Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, A. L E. E. DABBS, SARAH ELIZABETH, Roswell, N. Mex., Business, Beta Sigma, University Women ' s Club. DAVIS, JEROLD L., Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Off Campus Greeks, Pentagon Club, A. L E. E. DENSEN, DOUGLAS G., Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Off Campus Greeks, A. S. M. E. DEVITT, JOHN LAWRENCE, Denver, Colo., Engineering, A. I. E. E., Alpha Phi Omega, Band, Psi Kappa Psi. DOTY, GEORGE D., Boulder, Colo., Engineering, A. I. E. E., Eta Kappa Nii. Head of Red Cross, Marge Kincade. 70 SENIORS Good set of " Clippers " there, John. DOWLING, NORMA, Hayden, Colo., Arts and Sciences. DREIER, WAYNE A., Fleming, Colo., Arts and Sciences. DRINKARD, MARGARET ANN, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Uni- versity Women ' s Club, Intramurals, Orchesis. DURR, DOROTHY JEAN, Belle Fourche, S. Dak., Music, Chi Omega, Sigma Alpha Iota, Concert Band, Marching Band, Choir. DUVALL, ALVIN D., Spokane, Wash., Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Intramurals, Basketball, A. I. E. E. DYKSTRA, LEMAR A., Grand Junction, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Delta Psi, Pentagon Club, Intramurals. ECHTERNACH, MARGUERITE, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, Spur, A. W. S. Senate, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, W. A. A., Intramurals, University Women ' s Club, Coloradan, Window, A. W. S. Vaudeville. EDDINGTON, ROY DAVID, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Viking Club. EDWARDS, DONALD VANCE, Englewood, Colo., Engineering, Kappa Sigma, A. S. M. E., Rifle Team, Quarterdeck Club. EGGERT, EMIL H., Denver, Colo., Engineering. EHNBOM, MARY F., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Valkyrie, Newman Qub, Home Economics Club, I. S. A. Council, Reeves, House of Representatives. EMMETT, PERSIS RUTH, Boulder, Colo., Business, Chi Omega, Beta Gamma Sigma, Beta Sigma, Spur, Hesperia President, Mortar Board, Silver and Gold, A. S. U. C, A. W. S. Senate, Miss Democracy, Women ' s Club Council, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Little Theater, Intramural, Board of Publications, Who ' s Who. FABLING, JOHN STANLEY, Denver, Colo., Business, Beta Theta Pi, Sumalia, Football, Pentagon Club, Baseball. FANKELL, RUTH, Rapid City, S. Dak., Arts and Sciences, Theta Sigma Phi. FARIS, PATRICIA ELAINE, Kansas City, Mo., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Coloradan, A. W. S., Vaudeville, Orchesis, Little Theater, Women ' s Club, Intramurals, W. A. A. mm. j HK I 71 SENIORS FEINSTEIN, ERWIN, Mitchell, S. Dak., Business, Intramural, Debate, Forensics. FILLENBERG, RAYMOND R., Denver, Colo., Engineering, H. K. N., A. I. E. E. FISHEL, JEANNE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Beta Phi, Dodo, Intramurals, W. A. A., A. W. S. Vaudeville, Bond Rally. FOREMAN, MADGE, Guymon, Okla., Business, Jr. Dance Group, Beta Sigma, Freshman Dorm Counselor, Beta Gamma Sigma. FORISTER, VIRGINIA A., Cheyenne, Wye, Business, Women ' s Club. FOSTER, LAURENE, Boulder, Colo., Business. FOX, FRANCIS M., Texarkana, Tex., Engineering. GARRISON, PATRICIA, Grand Junction, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi. GILMORE, HELEN DORIS, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, W. A. A., Purpoise, Rhythm Circus, A. W. S. Vaudeville, Ski Club. GIANNINI, JOHN, Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Football, Phi Tau Sigma, SumaHa, A. S. U. C. Commissioner, Intramurals. GORE, REBECCA, Walsenburg, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Campus Club, Women ' s Club, Iota Sigma Pi. GREENO, DOROTFIY JANE, Boulder, Colo., Business, Chi Omega, Triad, Women ' s Club, Silver and Gold, Business School Board, A. W. S. Vaudeville, Y. W. C. A., West- minster, Intramurals. GREGER, LEONARD R., Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Blue Jackets Ball Committee, Engine Ball Committee, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, A. I. E. E. GREGORY, EVELYN, Manzanola, Colo., Arts and Sciences. GREY, DOROTHY, Evanston, 111., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi. How ' d you get in here? 72 _-f SENIORS A. S. U. C. Prexy, Budd Gibbs. GRUBBS, WILLIAM ELLIOTT, Kimball, Nebraska, Arts and Sciences, A. S. U. C, Debate Club, Speakers Union, Barb Reeves. GRUBER, KENNETH CAR, Kansas City, Kans., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, A. S. M. E., Pi Tau Sigma. HAINES, MARK J., Phillipsburg, Ohio, Engineering, Phi Tau Alpha, Veterans Uni- versity Fellowship, A. S. M. E. HALL, DAVID, Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Sumalia, Football, Track. HALL, MARJORY, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, Spur, Physical Education Club President, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A. Board. HANDY, BYE, Greeley, Colo., Business, Delta Gamma, Beta Sigma, Y. W. C. A., Uni- versity Women ' s Club, Election Committee. HARL, SUZANNE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Silver and Gold, Spur, Y. W. C. A., Intramurals, A. W. S. Vaudeville Committee, Ski Club, Panhellenic. HARRISON, WILLIAM C, Terry, Idaho, Engineering, A. S. M. E. HATTRICK, E LIZABETH ANN, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Coloradan, Intramurals, Y. W. C. A., C. U. Days. HAWKINSON, MARY, Larned, Kans., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Spur, Y. W. C. A., Red Cross, A. W. S. Vaudeville, Ski Club. HAYWORD, LURA, Cimarron, N. Mex., Music, Alpha Phi President, W. A. A. Board, Women ' s Club Triad, Orchestra, Band, Y. W. C. A. HELLER, EUGENE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, A. E. U., Intramurals. HERRING, BETTY, Roswell, N. Mex., Arts and Sciences, University Women ' s Club, Delta Phi Delta. HERRING, JACQUELINE, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, W. A. A., Women ' s Club, Intramurals, President Kappa Phi. HESS, DOROTHY, Sioux City, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Phi, C. U. Days, A. W. S. Vaudeville, Red Cross, Song Fest. 73 SENIORS HILTON, VIRGINIA LOU, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi President, Choir, Window, Messiah, Vaudeville, Y. W. C. A. HINES, RICHARD, Ovid, Colo., Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, Coloradan, Knots and Fathoms. HOPKINSON, SHIRLEY LOIS, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Y. W. C. A., Pan American Club, Willard History Club. HOUSE, HOWARD A., Denver, Colo., Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega. HUBBARD, HERBERT B., Denver, Colo., Engineering, Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, Colorado Engineer. HUNTER, GLORIA, Illiopolis, 111., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi. JACKSON, PATSY A., Tulsa, Okla., Business, Chi Omega, Pi Delta Upsilon, W. A. A. JAMES, MARY PAT, Dalhart, Tex., Arts and Sciences, Women ' s Club, Y. W. C. A., Coloradan, Delta Phi Delta, Newman Club. JOHNSON, MARY ALICE, Rapid City, S. Dak., Business, Alpha Phi, Newman Club, Pan American Club, Song Fest, A. W. S. Vaudeville. JOHNSTON, EDWIN STUART, Florence, Oregon, Engineering, Off Campus Greeks, A.S. M. E. KAPLAN, SYLVAN, University City, Mc, Arts and Sciences, Knots and Fathoms, Coloradan, Adelphii. KINCAIDE, MARJORIE, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Spur, Hesperia, President Mortar Board, University Women ' s Club, Y. W. C. A., Chairman Red Cross, President Women ' s Dormitory, President Phi Sigma Iota, A. W. S. Senate, House of Representatives, A. S. U. C, Miss Service, Who ' s Who. KING, DONALD, Denver, Colo., Business, Sigma Chi President, Sumalia, Knots and Fathoms, Coloradan, Silver and Gold. KIRLEY, FAYNE INA, Pierre, S. Dak., Arts and Sciences, University Women ' s Club, Methodist Student Representative. KISTLE, ETHEL GEORGIA, Council Bluffs, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Intramurals, History Club. Winsome Kappa, Bev Baker. 74 SENIORS Theta Snow Queens, Marty and Jean. KLEMME, ELEISE, Boulder, GjIo., Arts and Sciences, Newman Club, Women ' s Club, Delta Phi Alpha. KLINGELHOFFER, C. LOUIS, Mt. Healthy, Ohio, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. LANGENBERG, RAE, WalthiU, Nebr., Arts and Sciences. LARSON, EUNICE, Denver, Cole, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, W. A. A., Intramurals. LASCELLES, ANN, Wilmette, 111., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Rhythm Circus, C. U. Days, Ski Club, Nurses Aide, Intramurals, A. W. S. Vaudeville. LALJTENBACH, CHARLES, Georgetown, Colo., Business, Choir. LEFTWICH, ALICE, Dallas, Tex., Business, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Beta Sigma. LEHMAN, LOIS, Denison, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Pres.; Porpoise, Intra- murals. LOMAS, LOUISE FRANCES, Red Oak, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Pres.; Pan Hellenic, A. W. S. Vaudeville, Rhythm Circus. LUNN, EVELYN IRENE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., U. W. C, Spur, Hesperia, Mortar Board, A. S. U. C. Commission, I. S. A. Council, Barb Reeves, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Pres.; Who ' s Who in American Universities, House of Repre- sentatives, Valkyrie. LYNCH, PATRICIA, Longmont, Colo., Business, Women ' s Club, Newman Club. MALER, GEORGE, Denver, Colo., Engineering, A. I. E. E. MANN, ELSIE, Longmont, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Home Ec. Club, Women ' s Club, Westminster Foundation, Phi Chi Delta, Pres. MARINOFF, VIVIAN, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, A. W. S. President, Phi Beta Kappa, Mortar Board, Hesperia, Spur, Kappa Alpha Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, A. S. U. C. Commission, A. W. S. Senate, Pan Hellenic Pres., Pacemaker, Miss C. U., Who ' s Who. MATHEWS, LEWIS E., Longmont, Colo., Engineering, A. S. C. E., Chi Epsilon. 75 ! f _f SENIORS McCAMMON, ROBERT FRANKLIN, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Dodo, A. S. M. E. McCAULEY, EILEEN, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Spur, Home Economics Club, Porpoise, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Intramurals. McCAW, ANNE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Home Economics Club, Newman Club, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Women ' s Club. McDonald, O. SCOTT, Pueblo, Colo., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. McFERON, DEAN E., Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Off Campus Greeks, Pi Tau Sigma, A. S. M. E., Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi. McGEE, BETTY RUTH, Alamosa, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Players Club, President, Psi Kappa Psi, Band, Little Theater, Intramurals, University Women ' s Club. McKINNON, JOHN W., Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta. McLaughlin, WENDELL L., Ganreill, Mont., Engineering, Band, A. S. M. E., Colo- rado Engineer, Intramurals. MIERA, LOLITA, Gallup, N. Mex., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Gamma Mu, Phi Sigma Iota, W. A. A., Spur. MILLER, JAMES R., Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Pi Tau Sigma, Colorado Engineer, A. S. M. E. MINDEN, J. RICHARD, Nampa, Idaho, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Eta Kappa Nu President, Pi Mu Epsilon, A. I. E. E. MOORE, JANE, Matoon, 111., Business, Kappa Alpha Theta President, Spur, Little Theater, A. W. S. Senate, Orchesis, Panhelenic, W. A. A. President, Beta Sigma, Miss Initiative, Who ' s Who. MORGEY, RUSSELL, Boulder, Colo., Pharmacy, Little Theater, Coloradan, President Jr. American Pharmaceutical Association. MORISON, FRANK H., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Chi Psi. MORRISON, MARY LOUISE, Greeley, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Chi Delta, Kappa Delta Pi, Band. Beno and Mac taking it easy. 76 SENIORS B. M. O. C, Bob Venute. MORROW, RICHARD C, McMinnville, Oregon, Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Football, Track, Pi Tau Sigma, Sumalis, Who ' s Who. MORSE, GEORGE, Trinidad, Colo., Engineering. MULLER, JANE PRESTON, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Coloradan, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., Imramurals, A. W. S. Vaudeville, Dodo, Rhythm Circus. - MULLER, JOAN STEPHENSON, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Coloradan, Spur, Y. W. C. A., A. W. S. Vaudeville, W. A. A. Board, Intramurals, Dodo, Panhellenic. MUTH, BETTY LOU, Englewood, Colo., Arts and Sciences. NICHOLS, NANCY LEE, Los Angeles, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Y. W. C. A., Phi Sigma Iota. NILSSON, MARY, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Intramurals, A. W. S. Vaudeville, Ski Club, Coloradan, Home Economics Club, W. A. A. NORENE, C. STEWART, Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Track. OCHICATO, EMMA LEE, Denver, Colo., Business, University Women ' s Club, Beta Sigma, Y. W. C. A. OLIVER, JEANNE, Boulder, Colo., Business, Beta Sigma, Kappa Phi, University Women ' s Club. OLIVER, JAMES, Portland, Oregon, Engineering. OLMSTEAD, NADINE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Spur, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Little Theater, Dormitory President, Pi Gamma Mu. ORR, ROBERT G., Newport Beach, Calif., Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau. ■ OTTO, WILLIAM B., Denver, Colo. Engineering, Pi Mu Epsilon, Band, Eta Kappa Nu, A. I. E. E., Tau Beta Pi. PASQUA, FRANK, JR., Englewood, Colo., Engineering, Kappa Sigma. 77 SENIORS PASTE, JEAN MAXINE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, University Women ' s Club. PAULI, DENZIL, Pueblo, Colo., Engineering, Colorado Engineer, A. I. E. E. PEARSON, GEORGE WARREN, Saratoga, Wyo., Engineering. PEARSON, MARY, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Epsilon, President Alpha Chi Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, President of Combined Engineers, Newman Club, Who ' s Who, Intramurals. PERRELLA, JOSEPH ROME ANTHONY, Louisville, Colo., Engineering, Sigma Alpha PETERSON, CARL E., Chicago, 111., Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau. PRATT, GERTRUDE PAULA, Casper, Wyo., Business, Chi Omega, Silver and Gold, Boot and Spur, University Women ' s Club, Y. W. C. A., Window, Song Fest, A. W. S. Committee. PRINGLE, HAROLD LOUIS, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Phi Sigma Delta. PRZYGOCKI, CAMMILLIA, Detroit, Mich., Arts and Sciences, Pi Gamma Sigma. PRZYGOCKI, RITA O., Homtramck, Mich., Arts and Sciences. RANDALL, ALEXA, Bogalusa, La., Business. RAUTENSTROUS, ROLAND C, Hoisington, Kans., Engineering, A. S. C. E., Football, Chi Epsilon, Delta Psi. RAWLINGS, ROBERT, Las Animas, Colo. Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta. ROBB, NORMA ANN, Loveland, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Women ' s Club, Coloradan, Band, Porpoise, Red Cross Staff Assistant, Intramurals, W. A. A., C. U. Days. ROGERS, DOROTHY RUTH, Green River, Wyo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi President, Y. W. C. A., Women ' s Club, WiUard History Club, Dodo. Careful, Tupper. 78 SENIORS Three Pretty Girls, Marf, Phyllis, and Ruthie. ROGOFF, SANFORD, Denver, Colo., Engineering, A. I. E. E., Intramurals. ROOK, JACK STANFORD, Boulder, Colo., Business, Beta Theta Pi. ROUP, NORMAN, Steamboat Springs, Colo., Engineering, Kappa Sigma. ROYANCE, ROBERT W., Salt Lake City, Utah, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha, Inter- fraternity Council, Engineers Council, Pi Tau Epsilon, Intramurals, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, I. S. A., Tau Beta Pi. RUSHTON, MARIAN, Red Oak, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Red Cross, A. W. S. Vaudeville, Home Ec. Club. RUSSELL, DONALD E., Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Off Campus Greeks, A. S. M. E. SACHTER, LEWIS, Pueblo, Colo., Business, Phi Sigma Delta, Knots and Fathoms. SAKELARIS, GUS J., Portland, Oregon, Engineering, A. I. E. E. SANCHEZ, FORTUNY ARMANDO, Santa Clara, Cuba, Arts and Sciences. SCHLESSINGER, MURIEL, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Silver and Gold, Coloradan, Orchesis, Home Ec. Club. SCHNAPPER, HERBERT J., Indianapolis, Ind., Engineering. SCHOBINGER, CHARLES W., Chicago, 111., Engineering, Delta Tau Delta, Intramurals, Rhythm Circus, C. U. Days Dance Committee, Interfraternity Dance Committee, A. S. U. C. Commission, A. S. C. E. SCRUBY, RALPH EDWIN, Longmont, Colo., Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Sigma Tau, Alpha Chi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, A. I. C. E., Band, Ski Qub. SEDALNICK, VICTOR H., Grand Junction, Colo., Engineering, Phi Sigma Delta. SEYLER, MARIAN, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Pres.; Choir, A. S. W. Vaudeville, Rhythm Circus, Women ' s Club, W. A. A., A. S. U. C. Committee, C. U. Days Committee, Panhellenic. 79 SENIORS SHAPKOFF, GEORGIA, Chinopher, III., Arts and Sciences. SHAW, NANCY N., Chester Springs, Pa., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Ski Club, Orchesis, Red Cross, Intramurals, Vaudeville. SHOUP, MARTHA LOUISE, Boulder, Colo., Pharmacy, Mortar and Pestle, University Women ' s Club, Rx Club President, Valkyrie, W. A. A., Intramurals, Junior American Pharmaceutical Association. SILVER, LEON, Waterbury, Conn.j Engineering, Chi Epsilon, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, A. S. C. E. SINEMA, VERNA, Twin Falls, Idaho, Arts and Sciences, Coloradan, Delta Phi Delta President. SLEMMONS, MIRIAM, Chrisman, 111., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Red Cross, C. U. Days, Band. SMETHILLS, PHYLLIS, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Theta Sigma Phi, Silver and Gold, Boot and Spur. SMILEY, MORSE W., Brush, Colo., Business, Pi Kappa Alpha, President Beta Alpha Psi, Quartedeck Club, Pistol Team. SMITH, JR., F. TUPPER, Denver, Colo., Business, Phi Gamma Delta, President, Sumalia, President, A. S. U. C, Coloradan, Silver and Gold, Basketball, Intramurals. STEIN, FLORA JANE, Pasadena, Calif., Arts and Sciences, President Delta Phi Epsilon, W. A. A., Diabetica, Kappa Delta Pi, Phi Sigma Iota, House of Representatives, A. S. U. C, Dodo. STEVENSON, CHARLOTTE, Oberlin, Kans., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Band, Pi Gamma Mu, University Women ' s Club, A. W. S. Committee, Willard History Club, Young Democrats Club. STRAIT, ADELYN, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Hiking Club, Band, Coloradan, Theta Sigma Phi. STREET, GLORIA, Ft. Worth, Tex., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi. STURDEVANT, MILDRED FRANCIS, Richland, Wash., Business, University Women ' s Club, House of Representatives, Intramurals, W. A. A. TALCOTT, VIRGINIA IRENE, Cortez, Colo., Arts and Sciences, University Women ' s Club, Iota Sigma Pi, Alpha Epsilon Delta. Nice smile. Marge. 8n SENIORS Having fun Mvar? TELLER, E. JEANNETTE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, University Women ' s Club, Delta Phi Alpha, Student Speakers Union. . THOMPSON, PEGGY, Trinidad, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A. Choir. TILLMAN, BONNIE B., Osborne, Kans., Arts and Sciences. TODD, HAL J., Denver, Colo., Engineering, A. S. C. E., Little Theater, Colorado Engineer, Players Club. TRIPP, BARBARA LANG, Billings, Mont., Delta Gamma, Pi Gamma Mu President, Orchesis. TUCKER, BETTY JANE, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Panhellenic President, A. S. U. C, A. W. S. Senate, Pi Mu Epsilon, Spur, A. I. C. E. VON ROSENBERG, KATHERINE, Pontiac, 111., Arts and Sciences. VEACH, VIRGINIA, Sheridan, Wye, Business, Psi Kappa Psi, Beta Sigma, Band, Stephens Club, University Women ' s Club. VERPLOEG, PHYLLIS, Pella, Iowa, Business, Alpha Phi, Women ' s Club, Boot and Spur, W. A. A., Intramurals, Red Cross, C. U. Days. VICKERS, BETTYE, Smackover, Ark., Business, Alpha Delta Pi. VICLE, BETTY, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Iota. VIK, TRYGVE SVERE, Springfield, Oregon, Engineering, Kappa Sigma. VINCENT, LUCILE, Ft. Lupton, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Y. W. C. A., University Women ' s Club. WACHOB, LOU ELLA, Denver, Colo., Business, Pi Beta Phi, Coloradan, Equestrian Club, Pan American Club. WAGNER, MIRIAM, Ft. Morgan, Colo., Business, Chi Omega. 81 SENIORS WALKER, JAMES O., Casper, Wyo., Engineering, Beta Theta Pi President, Sumalia. WARSHAUER, TED, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Knots and Fathoms, Football. WEISS, DAURINE, Denver, Colo., Business, Coloradan Business Manager, Y. W. C. A., Spur, Barb Council, Beta Sigma President, Head Counselor Freshmen Dormitory. WELTNER, W. H., Akron, Ohio, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Intramurals. WEPF, MARGARET ANNE, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, University Women ' s Club, Head Triad, Valkyrie, Orchesis, W. A. A. Ski Club. WEST, JOHN M., Denver, Colo., Engineering, Viking Club. WETTERBERG, GERALD, Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Off Campus Greeks, Knots and Fathoms, Pentagon Club. WHITE, MARTHA J., Guilford, Conn., Music, Sigma Alpha Iota, Band, Choir. WILLIAM, KEITH, Boulder, Colo., Engineering, Phi Delta Theta. WILLIAMS, MARY EVELYN, Lamar, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, W. A. A., Home Economics Club, Newman Club. WILLOUGHBY, WILLIAM, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Sigma Delta, Phi Delta Chi President. WILSON, JOHN H., Denver, Colo., Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau Epsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, A. I. Ch. E. WILSON, ROLLIN KEITH, Grand Junction, Colo., Engineering, President Phi Delta Theta, Sumalia, Alpha Chi Sigma, Football, A. I. Ch. E. WILSON, SUE, Des Moines, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. WILSON, SUZANNE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Little Theater, Spur, Window, Editor, Orchesis, W. A. A. B. Jo Martin, all ready to brave the cold. 82 SENIORS Shiela is a picture of Health. WINTER, HENRY A., Denver, Colo., Engineering, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Sumalia, Pi Tau Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Quarterdeck Club, Executive Council Combined Engineers, Regimental Co mmander, Business Manager of Knots and Fathoms, A. S. M. E. WOODS, NELLIE, El Paso, Tex., Pres. of Women ' s Dormitory, House of Representatives, Triad. WORDEN, STUART M., La Mesa, Calif., Engineering. WRIGHT, BETTY L. MOCK, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Women ' s Club, Home Ec. Club. WYATT, RICHARD D., Central Point, Oregon, Engineering, Intramurals. ZANCANELLA, FRANK C, Denver, Cole, Engineering. 83 HESPERIA Old Members Front row: Graves, Wheeler, Miss Ball, Mrs. Fehl- man, Bennetts, Olmstead. Back row: Charlesworth, Saunders, Rich, King, Pratt, Quarnberg. Members Sponsors SHIRLEY BENNETTS EILEEN CHARLESWORTH MAMIE CHASE ADRIAN COMER JANET FARRAND ANN FREEMEN SUZANNE GASSER BARBARA GRAVES RUTH ANN HAYES ANN KEARNS MARIAN KING ANN KOUNTS NADINE OLMSTEAD IRENE OLSON MARIE PARKHILL JOAN PRATT ADELE QUARNBERG BETTY RICH MARJORIE RODMAN BELLE SAUNDERS XENIA STANLEY VIRGINIA WHEELER MARIE WILSON MISS BALL MRS. FEHLMAN New Members Front row: Kearns, Stanley, Wilson, Comer, Hill, Parkhill, Olson, Gasser. Back row: Farrand, Rodman, Kountz, Hayes, Chase, Freeman, Hylan. 84 SUMALIA Officers TUPPER SMITH President DICK LISCO Vice-President DICK MORROW Secretary JOHNGIANNINI Treasurer Members WILSON, ROLLIN WOLFF, BRADLEY FABLING, JOHN MORROW, DICK WINTERS, HENRY VENUTI, ROBERT STINTON, JOHN LISCO, DICK GIBBS, JOHN HALL, DAVID CAMPBELL, DONALD KING, DONALD PASQUA, FRANK SMITH, TUPPER SMITH, KEENE PACE, CHARLES GROSH, DONALD ROYER, DAVID 85 JUNIORS ABBOT, J. H., Dallas, Tex., Engineering, A. I. E. E., Orchestra. ABBOT, ROBERT J., Baton Rouge, La., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Ski Club, Hiking Club. ACKLEY, MARY, Tulsa, Okla., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., Porpoise, U. W. C, Red Cross, Phi Chi Delta, Window. ALBERS, WILBURN F., La Grange, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta. ANDERSEN, MILLICENT, Julesburg, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Women ' s ' Club, Intramurals, Coloradan. ANDERSON, BEVERLY M., Seattle, Wash., Arts and Sciences, Ski Club, Women ' s Club. ANDERSON, ROBERT WARREN, Norcatur, Kans., Arts and Sciences, Intramurals. ANDREW, KATHLEEN, Washington, D. C, Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Coloradan. ARBAUGH, MARGIE LOUISE, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Spur, Women ' s Club, W. A. A., Intramurals, Housing Committee, A. W. S., Freshman Dormitory Counselor, Red Cross First Aid, Silver and Gold. ARNOLD, SARA JANE, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, W. A. A. Vaudeville, Y. W. C. A. BAKER, BETTY, McClure, Colo., Arts and Sciences. BARBER, ROMAINE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Spur, Nurses Club, Red Cross, W. A. A., C. U. Days, Y. W. C. A., Women ' s Club, A. S. U. C. Formal. BARKER, WESLEY L., Luray, Mo., Engineering, Phi Delta Theta. BARRUS, GEORGE, Tooele, Utah, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega, Band, Phi Epsilon Phi. BASTIAN, JOAN, Atwood, Kans., Arts and Sciences, Pan American Club, Coloradan Business Staff, Freshman Dormitory Counselor, Intramurals, Wesley Foundation. B. W. O. C, Virginia Wheeler. 86 JUNIORS " Oh we just love College, " Betsy, Maralyn, and Kent. BECHTEL, STEPHEN D., Oakland, Calif., Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. BECK, BETTY, Kansas City, Kans., Arts and Sciences. BEGOLE, WINIFRED, River Rouge, Mich., Arts and Sciences. BETTENCOURT, EARL J., San Leandro, Calif., Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. BERGESON, ROBERT, Belvedere, 111., Engineering. BINGER, EDWARD F., Madison, Wis., Engineering, N. R. O. T. C, Drill Team, Newman Club. BIRR, ROBERT F., Milwaukee, Wis., Engineering, Intramurals. BOATRIGHT, ELIZABETH M., Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Choir, Hiking Club, Congo Club, I. S. A. Reeves, I. S. A. Council, Cosmo Club, Pan American Club, Women ' s Club. BOBB, DONALD FREDERICK, Texas City, Tex., Engineering, College Choir, Messiah. BOSWORTH, ANN, Corvallis, Oregon, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta. BRANFLICK, ROBERT, Baltimore, Md., Engineering. BRERETON, DONALD S., St. Louis, Mo., Engineering, Colorado Engineer, A. I. E. E., Players Club, Alpha Phi Omega, Phi Epsilon Phi. BRIDENBAUGH, MARY ALICE, Billings, Mont., Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, - Spur, Coloradan, Women ' s Club, Y. W. C. A., University Choir, Messiah, Vaudeville, Rhythm Circus, Nurses Club, Red Cross. BRIDGES, JACK E., Goodland, Kans., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Quarterdeck Club, A. I. E. E., Intramurals. BRODDY, VAUNCILLE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. 87 JUNIORS BYE, DORIS L., Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, University Women ' s Club. CAMPBELL, GORDON P., Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Off Campus Greek, Pi Tau Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, A. S. M. E., Delta Chi, Engineers Ball Committee. CARPENTER, GRACE, Cortez, Colo., Arts and Sciences, University Women ' s Club, Valkyrie, Home Economics Club. CARPENTER, VIRGINIA, Pella, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, University Women ' s Club, Valkyrie, Porpoise, Intramurals. CARSON, BEVERLY BETH, Elizabeth, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Dodo, Little Theater Stage Crew, Players Club, Intramurals, Dormitory President, University Women ' s Club, Y. W. C. A. CARTER, MARIANNA, Wichita, Kansas, Arts and Sciences. CASE, LA JUNE, Ault, Colo., Music, Alpha Delta Pi, W. A. A., Intramurals, University Women ' s Club, Band, Choir, Student Religious Council. CASPER, NORMA JEAN, Cobden, 111., Arts and Sciences, University Women ' s Club, Triad. CHALLAIN, LEONARD JOHN, Olympia, Wash., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Quarterdeck Club, Intramurals. CLARK, BETTY JEAN, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, University Women ' s Club. CLARK, DORIS EILEEN, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Pan American Club. CLELAND, BURTON J., St. Paul, Minn., Arts and Sciences, Football, Intramurals, Knots and Fathoms. COE, CLARK, Crary, No. Dak., Business, Congo Club, Pan American Club, A. S. U. C. Committee. CORLEY, ERDINE, Garden City, Kans., Arts and Sciences. CORMAN, ROGER W., Beverly Hills, Calif., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Coloradan, Dodo, Silver and Gold, Phi Epsilon Phi, Intramurals. That ' s Varsity Lake behind M. L. Johnson. JUNIORS What a " Party Boy " is Troy Wray . CRADDOCK, BETTY JANE, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, University Women ' s Club, Pan Hellenic, Red Cross, Intramurals, Delta Delta Delta. CRAIG, JACK L., Denver, Colo., Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Alpha Chi Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon. CRAIL, CATHERINE, Highland Park, Michigan, Arts and Sciences. CRAMER, ROBERT J., Denver, Colo., Engineering, Sigma Nu. CROCKETT, JANE, Olathe, Colo., Music, Delta Delta Delta, Band, University Women ' s Club. CROSWELL, IRENE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. DAIN, WENDELL L., Los Angeles, Calif., Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Ski Club. DETWEILER, MARGARET, Twin Falls, Idaho, Business, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Spur, Hesperia, Mortar Board, President A. W. S., President Newman Club, A. S. U. C. Com- mission, Dialectica, Delta Sigma Rho, President Freshmen Dormitory, Minute Maids, Y. W. C. A., Speaker ' s Union, Window, A. W. S. Vaudeville. DEVEREUX, DOROTHY, Omaha, Nebr., Arts and Sciences. DICKMAN, PATRICIA, New Orleans, La., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, Y. W. C. A. DILLEY, MYRA JEAN, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, W. A. A., Intramurals. DIMES, JOSEPHINE, Hayes, Kans., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, A. W. S. Senate, Coloradan, A. S. U. C. Committee, Spur, Silver and Gold, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., Dormitory Counselor. DORKING, KENNETH L. C, Oakland, Calif., Engineering, Intramurals. DOUGHTY, JANE, Springfield, Colo., Arts and Science, Delta Delta Delta, Spur, Dormitory Counselor, Y. W. C. A., Dialectica. DOUDEN, CATHRINE, Denver, Colo., Business, Pi Beta Phi, Spur, Coloradan, Dormitory President, Dodo, Red Cross, A. S. U. C. Committee, A. W. S. Committee, A. W. S. Vaude- ville. JUNIORS DRAGSETH, JR., GEORGE K., Denver, Colo., Engineering, I. A. E., Quarterdeck Club. DUNBAR, WILLIAM RUSSELL, Denver, Colo., Engineering. DUNCANSON, FRED, Winnebago, Minn., Phi Delta Theta, Intramurals, Quarterdeck Club. DUNN, LESLIE, El Paso, Texas, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau. ECHBERG, MARION, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. ELDRIDGE, DOROTHEA, Kansas City, Mo., Arts and Sciences. EMBREE, NANCY, Heart Mountain, Wyo., Arts and Sciences, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., University Women ' s Club, Dormitory Counselor. EMERY, CAROL LEA, Scottsbluff, Nebr., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Porpoise. ENEVOLDSEN, CHARLOTTE, Potter, Nebr., Business, Coloradan, Red Cross, Uni- versity Women ' s Club. ENEWOLD, L. R., Denver, Colo., Engineering, A. S. C. E., A. P. O., Intramurals. ENGLISH, SALLY JO, Longmont, Colo., Business, University Women ' s Club, Phi Chi Delta. ERICKSON, KEITH J., Seattle, Wash., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Varsity Track, Intramurals. EVANS, WINIFRED LOUISE, Leonard, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Phi Chi Delta, Nursing Majors Assoc, Reeves, Forensics. FINNEY, JEAN S., Wichita, Kans., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Intramurals, University Women ' s Club. FINGER, DOROTHY, Auburn, Nebr., Arts and Sciences. Besides Skiing, M. J. Studies Too. 90 JUNIORS Red Cross enthusiast, Barbie Graves. FORMER, DOROTHY MAE, San Francisco, Calif., Arts and Sciences, A. W. S., Uni- versity Women ' s Club. FORISTER, LORRAINE E., Cheyenne, Wyo., Business, Women ' s Club. FOSTER, JOHN ROBERT, Portland, Oregon, Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. FOSTER, NADINE, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Psi Kappa Psi, Sigma Alpha Iota, Band, Choir, Orchestra, Messiah. FOWLER, FRANK PARKER, JR., Evanston, III., Arts and Sciences, Band, R. O. T. C. Rifle Team, R. O. T. C. Drill Team. FOX, EDWARD J., Denver, Colo., Engineering, Kappa Kappa Psi, Band, Pi Mu Epsilon, Pentagon Club. FUNK, LOUISE, La Crosse, Wis., Arts and Sciences. GERLACK, PAT, Torrington, Wyo., Arts and Sciences. GIST, HELEN LOUISE, Lamar, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Phi. GNADINGER, JOHN, Joliet, 111., Arts and Sciences. GOFF, DARLENE, Minatare, Nebr., Arts and Sciences. GOODYKOONTZ, ANNA LOUISE, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences. GRAHAM, ELLIN, Norton, Kans., Business, Delta Gamma, Y. W. C. A., University Women ' s Club. GREMMELS, KATHRYN RUTH, Waterloo, Iowa, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, University Women ' s Club, Y. W. C. A., Coloradan. GRIFFITH, MARY JANE, Ketchum, Idaho, Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Silver and Gold, W. A. A., Intramurals, Band, Ski Club, Orchesis, A. W. S. Vaudeville Committee, University Women ' s Club, Hockey Club. 91 m. M j iBM W - . Jam " " ' JUNIORS GROSH, DON S., Glendale, Calif., Engineering, Sigma Phi Epsilon, Track, Intramurals. GUISE, IRENE, Brewster, Kans., Business, Red Cross, Newman Club, University Women ' s Club. HALL, RUTH, Pueblo, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Silver and Gold, Dormitory Councilor, I. S. A. Reeves. HART, FLORENCE, Humboldt, Iowa, Arts and Sciences. HAYES, MARGARET ANN, Palo Alto, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi, W. A. A., Intramurals, Ski Club, House of Representatives, A. W. S. Vaudeville, French Club, Porpoise. HAYES, RUTHANN, Twin Falls, Idaho, Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Spur, Hesperia, Coloradan, Student War Council, W. A. A., Forensics, Dialectica, Silver and Gold, Ski Club. HEINLY, WILBERTA, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Intramurals, Red Cross. HEPWORTH, RICHARD, Evanston, 111., Arts and Sciences, Phi Delta Theta, Intramurals, Knots and Fathoms. HICKMAN, LOU, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Spur, Intramurals, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Silver and Gold, University Women ' s Club, A. S. U. C. Committee. HOLCOMB, H. G., Tuscola, III., Business. HOLMES, SHIRLEY, Grand Junction, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Newman Club, Women ' s Club, A. W. S. HOLT, RUTH, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Congo Club, Band, Orchestra, Inter- Church Council. HOLTZ, BETTY, La Porte, Colo., Arts and Sciences. HOUGHTON, LEOTA, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. HOWARD, JANE, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Silver and Gold, Dodo, University Women ' s Club, Intramurals. Some t eam there Marty. 92 JUNIORS Y. W. C. A. is Nadine ' s Favorite. HOWELL, ADA BETH, Denver, Colo., Business, Alpha Phi. HUNGERFORD, JOHN M., El Paso, Texas, Engineering. Beta Theta Pi. HUNT, GEORGE, Madison, Wis., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Tau Omega. INGRAHAM, WINIFRED E., Madison, Wis., Arts and Sciences, Reeve President, Y. W. C. A., I. S. A. Council, W. A. A., Choir, Women ' s Club. ISRAEL, ALAN VERNON, Albany, N. Y., Arts and Sciences, Intramurals, Drill Team. IWATA, MASAE CHARLOTTE, Amache, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Cosmo Club, Honors Candidate. JACOBS, IMOGENE, Grand Island, Nebr., Arts and Sciences. JINDRA, ROBERT, Two Rivers, Wis., Arts and Sciences, Football, Track. JOHNSON, MARY LOUISE, Lead, So. Dak., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Y. W. C. A. JONES, GEORGE A., San Clements, Calif., Engineering, Ski Club, California Club, Band. KELLY, JOHN, Pasadena, Calif., Engineering. KEMPTON, JANYCE, Randolph, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega. KEIRNES, PATRICIA L., Wellington, Colo., Business. KING, MARIAN LUCILLE, Arlington, Va., Arts and Sciences, Chi Omega, Spur, Hesperia, Mortar Board, Silver and Gold Business Manager, A. W. S. Senate. KITE, DORIS DIANE, St. Francis, Kans., Pharmacy, Rx Club, Junior A. P. A., Stephens Club, Young Democrats Club. 93 JUNIORS KLAVER, LINCOLN, Omaha, Nebr., Engineering. KNOIBER, GEORGE W., Spearville, Kans., Engineering, Intramurals, A. S. C. E., Chi Epsilon. KOEBEL, WALTER ALFRED, Youngstown, Ohio, Arts and Sciences. KRAGH, JANE, Longmont, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Y. W. C. A., Intramurals. LANGILL, NORMA JANE, Highland Park, 111., Arts and Sciences. LALJTMAN, LESTER, Bonneville, Oregon, Engineering, Alpha Tau Omega, Intramurals. LEDBETTER, LOY W., University City, Mo., Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Basketball, Phi Epsilon Phi, Band, Kappa Kappa Psi. LEE, HARRY L., Colorado Springs, Colo., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, A. S. C. E., . Intramurals. LEE, PHYLLIS VIRGINIA, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Coloradan, W. A. A., Intramurals. LIGHTHALL, LOIS E., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Spur, Y. W. C. A., Intramurals, W. A. A. LILL, JEANNE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Dodo, Intramurals. LING, SARAH ANNE, La Junta, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Reeves, House of Representa- tives, Home Ec Club. LISCO, DICK, Aurora, Colo., Engineering, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sumalia, A. S. C. E., Varsity Football, Intramurals. LOOPER, JOSEPH H., Ft. Collins, Colo., Engineering, Sigma Chi, Chi Epsilon, Band, A. S. C. E. LOVRET, EDWIN CLINTON, El Paso, Texas, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Intramurals. " Olie " Keeps the D. G. average up. ( 94 JUNIORS A well-known Twosome, Faith and Morey. MacKIMM, BARBARA, Chicago, 111., Arts and Sciences, Phi Beta Phi. MARSHALL, JONATHAN, New York, N. Y., Arts and Sciences, L S. A. Reeves, I. S. A. Council, Window. MARSHALL, MARY JANE, Fort Scott, Kans., Business, Y. W. C. A. MARTIN, BETTY JO, El Paso, Texas, Chi Omega, Coloradan. MARTIN, PATRICIA ANNE, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences. MAYER, MARILYNNE, Ellsworth, Kans., Arts and Sciences, Messiah Chorus, Ski Club, University Women ' s Club, Chi Omega. McGONAGILL, BETTY MAE, Ft. Worth, Texas, Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Iota, Women ' s Club. McINTYRE, GERRY, Helix, Oregon, Arts and Sciences, Alpha Delta Pi. MEADOWS, BARBARA JOY, Pattonsburg, Mo., Arts and Sciences, I. S. A. Council, Barb Reeves, Dodo, Home Economics Club. MERCHANT, ARDIS M., Omaha, Nebr., Arts and Sciences, Women ' s Club, Pan- American Club, Y. W. C. A., Messiah. MIDDLETON, KAY, Orange, Texas, Business, Ski Club, Women ' s Club. MILLER, GERALD MELVIN, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Sigma Delta, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Phi Epsilon Phi, Hiller Counsellorship Honors, Intramurals. MINER, KATHERINE L., Garden City, Kans., Business, University Women ' s Club, Ski Club. MONTAGUE, PHYLLIS, Chicago, III., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, Dodo, Porpoise, A. W. S. Committee. MOUNGER, WILLIAM R., Houston, Texas, Engineering, Pi Kappa Alpha. 95 JUNIORS MURFIN, JO ANN, Adams City, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Intramurals, University Women ' s Club, Physical Education Club, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Pan American Club. MURPHY, JOHN ELLSWORTH, Pueblo, Colo., Engineering. NAY, HARVEY, Antimony, Utah, Engineering, Phi Delta Theta. NIESLER, HELEN LOUISE, Ault, Colo., Arts and Sciences. NEWELL, ROSEMARY, Belle Fourche, S. Dak., Music, Chi Omega, Band, Newman Club. NICE, JANET, Chicago, III., Arts and Sciences, Y. W. C. A., University Women ' s Club. O ' KEEFE, JOSEPH D., Clayton, Mo., Arts and Sciences, Phi Gamma Delta. O ' KEEFE, R. E., DeSmet, S. Dak., Engineering, Phi Delta Theta, Eta Kappa Nu. OLDS, JOAN, Grinnell, Iowa, Music. OLSON, AUDREY ELEANOR, Grand Junction, Colo., Arts and Sciences, A. W. S., University Women ' s Club. OLSON, EVA JEAN, Pagosa Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega, Home Economics Club, War Activities Council. OLSON, IRENE, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Gamma, Spur, Hesperia, Silver and Gold, Intramurals, W. A. A., A. W. S. Senate, Student War Council, House of Rep- resentatives, Dialectic, Sigma Epsilon Sigma. PADDOCK, JOHN R., Boulder, Colo., Engineering, Beta Theta Pi, Intramurals. PALMER, THELMA, Cedaridge, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Chi Omega. PANNELL, MARGARET ELIZABETH, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. Ann Brandon, Women ' s Club President. 96 JUNIORS Versatile is the word for " Suzzie. " PARK, WILLIAM R., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Pi Kappa Alpha. PALJL, MARCIA, Des Moines, Iowa, Arts and Sciences. PEARSON, JUDSON B., Wayne, Nebr., Arts and Sciences, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. PEASLEY, PHYLLIS, Loveland, Colo., Arts and Sciences, W. A. A., LJniversity Choir. PENCE, MARY LOIS, Wichita, Kans., Business, Chi Omega, Intramurals, Women ' s Club, Coloradan, Dodo. PERKINS, BETTY, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Triad, Women ' s Club, Window. PERKINS, EUGENE, Coromado, Calif., Arts and Sciences. PERKINS, JEANETTE, Mitchell, Nebr., Arts and Sciences. PERRY, R. B., Los Angeles, Calif., Engineering, A. S. C. E., Intramurals. PETERSON, BERNICE MARIA, San Jose, Calif., Business, Women ' s Club, Coloradan. PETERSON, EDWARD A., Thief River Falls, Minn., Arts and Sciences, Phi Kappa Tau, C. U. Concert Band, Quarterdeck Club. PHILPOTT, SALLY, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Kappa Gamma. PLATTS, HARVEY NIXON, Boulder, Colo., Engineering, Phi Gamma Delta, Track. PRATT, JOAN, Idaho Springs, Colo., Business, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Silver and Gold, Hesperia, A. W. S. Senate, Y. W. C. A. President, A. W. S. Vaudeville, Dorm President, Red Cross. PROCTOR, GERALDINE, Loveland, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Dorm President, Coloradan, Window, Y. W. C. A., U. W. C, W. A. A., Intramurals. 97 JUNIORS PUCKETT, FRANCES ANN, Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences. QUARNBERG, ADELE, Rapid City, S. Dak., Arts and Science, Delta Gamma, Coloradan, Editor, W. A. A., Silver and Gold, Spur, Hesperia, Mortar Board, House of Representatives. REESE, HAROLD W., Long Beach, Calif., Engineering. REINHARDT, MARGARET, Lincoln, 111., Alpha Delta Pi, President; W. A. A. Treasurer, Intramurals, Y. W. C. A., Hockey Club, Pan Hellenic Senate, A. S. U. C. Committee, Nurses • Aid. RENBERG, CLAIR, Colorado Springs, Colo., Engineering. R ENZ, RICHARD W., Los Angeles, Calif., Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Chi Epsilon, A. S. C. E. RICE, KENNETH PARKE, Olympia, Wash., Engineering. RICH, ELIZABETH, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, Spur, Hesperia, Chairman of Student War Council, A. S. U. C. Committee, Editor of Silver and Gold. RICHARDS, SHIRLEY, Bakersfield, Calif., Business, Delta Gamma, Ski Club, Messiah, Dodo, Y. W. C. A. RIEDE, ANNA KATHERINE, Canon City, Colo., Business. RIZER, MARGARET, Pueblo, Colo., Business, University Women ' s Club. ROBERTS, JAMES EDWIN, Denver, Colo., Engineering. ROBY, PAULA, Decatur, 111., Arts and Sciences. RODMAN, MARJORIE, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, W. A. A., Senate, Dorm Pres., President of Pan Hellenic, Spur. ROMINGER, HELEN, Saguache, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Dorm Counselor, Spur, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Band, Orchestra, W. A. A., Triad, Reeves, Senate, Psi Kappa Psi, Kappa Delta Pi ,..— --j ' s s The Girl with " That Ipana Smile, " Marie Wilson. 98 JUNIORS " The Big Three, " Don, Everett, and Jim. ROMMEY, KIMBALL, Salt Lake City, Utah, Arts and Sciences. ROSS, BE llV, Oakland, Iowa, Arts and Sciences. ROY, DONNA, Boulder, Colo., Pharmacy. RUTHERFORD, MARGARET ANN, Eaton, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Intramurals, W.A.A. SARLO, CARY ANTHONY, Lajunta, Colo., Engineering. SAVAL, MARIAN, Battle Mountain, Nev., Arts and Sciences. SCHELL, BETTY, Wichita, Kans., Business. SEIBOLD, MARY ANN, Burbank, Calif., Arts and Sciences, W. A. A., Intramurals, I. S. A. Reeves, I. S. A. Council, Cosmo Club, A. W. S. Committee, A. W. S. Vaudeville, Red Cross, Dorm Counselor, War Council. SHEPHARD, JAMES K., Monte Vista, Colo., Engineering, Sigma Nu, Kappa Kappa Pi, Band, A. I. Ch. E., Intramurals. SIMPSON, MARY JANE, Great Falls, Mont., Arts and Sciences, Women ' s Club, Ski Club. SMITH, ROBERT A., Glendale, Calif., Engineering, Beta Theta Pi. SNYDER, BARBARA M., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Women ' s Qub, Home Economics Club. SOMMER, BETTY JEAN, Peoria, 111., Arts and Sciences. SOUTHARD, MYRA JEAN, Hot Springs, S. Dak., Arts and Sciences, Coloradan. STEPHENS, ELIZABETH, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. 99 JUNIORS STEPHENSON, MARYLYN, Littleton, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, W. A. A, Y. W. C. A., Women ' s Club, Intramurals, Women ' s Marching Band, A. W. S. Vaudeville. STRAIN. ANNA MAE, Lajunta, Colo., Music, Delta Delta Delta, Silver and Gold, Choir, Sigma Alpha Iota, A. W. S. Vaudeville, Dodo, Y. W. C. A. SWEARINGER, ZIELDA MAE, Independence, Kans., Alpha Delta Pi, Intramurals, Y. W. C. A. SWEDLAND, NORMA LEE, Sterling, Colo., Business. TANNER, MARIAN, Gainesville, Texas, Business, Coloradan, Women ' s Club, Ski Club. TAYLOR, VIRGINIA, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences. TELK, PATRICIA ANN, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, President, W. A. A., Intramurals, Y. W. C. A., Pan Hellenic. THOMAS, WILLIAM C, Glendale, Calif., Engineering. TOMLINSON, BETTY, Ardmore, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta. TRILLING, DENA DELORES, Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Phi Epsilon, Spur, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Women ' s Club, Defense Council. VAN HORN, MARY, Manitou Springs, Colo., Business, Alpha Phi, Band, Women ' s Club, Ski Club, Y. W. C. A. WAGGENER, HUBERT U., Denver, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Beta Theta Pi. WALLING, MARGARET, Wichita, Kans., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, Y. W. C. A., P. E. Club, Silver and Gold. WANBERG, ANNE, Colorado Springs, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Delta Delta Delta, W. A. A., Dodo, Window, Y. W. C. A., Intramurals. WARTOUS, CAROL, Pueblo, Colo., Business, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Women ' s Club, A. W. S. Vaudeville. Oh, You All know " Det. " 100 JUNIORS Kimmy, Pi Phi Prexy. WEINER, STANLEY M., Denver, G)Io., Arts and Sciences, Varsity Swimming, Phi Epsilon Phi. WEPF, CHARLOTTE L., Boulder, Colo., Arts and Sciences, Buffalo, Ski Club, Women ' s Club, Y. W. C. A., Christian Science Organization, Sigma Kappa. WEST, PATRICIA, Slaton, Texas, Business, Delta Gamma, Coloradan, Cheer Leader, Y. W. C. A., Messiah. WHEELER, BETTY, Milwaukee, Wis., Arts and Sciences, Pi Beta Phi, Women ' s Club, Senate Committee, Dorm Counselor, A. S. U. C. Committee, Spur, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Intramurals. WHITE, PATRICIA H., Piedmont, Calif., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, W. A. A., Women ' s Club, Intramurals, Boot arid Spur, Ski Club. WHITE, STELLA, Jackson, Tenn., Arts and Sciences, Alpha Omicron Pi, Porpoise. WHITLEY, MAXINE, Ravenna, Nebr., Music, Intramurals, Sigma Alpha Iota, Dorm Counselor, Freshman Counselor, Psi Kappa Psi, Band, Orchestra, Silver and Gold, Coloradan, ' Vaudeville, Women ' s Club, Y. W. C. A., Spur, Messiah, Red Cross, Editor of Sigma Alpha Iota, Valkyrie, Editor of Psi Kappa Psi. WILLIAMS, HELEN ANN, Kansas City, Mo., Arts and Sciences, Ski Club, Women ' s Club. WILLIAMS, ETTA, Axtell, Nebr., Arts and Sciences. WILLIAMS, LYLE WAYNE, Decorah, Iowa, Engineering, Phi Kappa Tau, Inter- fraternity Council, Concert Band, Intramurals. WYCHE, JAMES C, Sherman, Texas, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Epsilon Phi, A. I. E. E., Eta Kappa Nu. YOCHES, ROBERT, Denver, Colo., Engineering, Phi Sigma Delta. YODER, REBECCA ARTMAN, Roswell, N. Mex., Arts and Sciences, Kappa Alpha Theta, Women ' s Club, Y. W. C. A., Coloradan, Silver and Gold. YOUNG, GERALDINE, Franklin, Ky., Arts and Sciences, Dancing Group, P. E. Club. 101 SPUR MARY ALFORD MARG ARBAUGH JANET BACHMAN ROMAINE BARBER DOROTHY BEEMAN JACQUELINE BLANCH CORA LOUISE BOTTS HOPE BURGOIN DONNA ROSE CARLSON MAMIE CHASE CLAIRE COLLINS ADRIAN COMER MARY LOU CUSHING PEG CUSHMAN Officers JACQUELIN BLANCH President SALLY LINK Vice-President MARIE PARKHILL Secretary MARJORIE RODMAN Treasurer MISSKANOUSE Sponsor Members JO DIMES NANCY HOLTZMAN MYRTLE DREXEL ANNE HYLAN HARRIET EDMONSON BARBARA HUNGERFORD JANET FARRAND CHARLOTTE JOHNSON ANN FREEMAN CHARLIE MARIE JONES SUE GASSER ANN KEARNS JANE GERARD ANN KOUNTS PAT GERLACK JOAN LANG ELIZABETH GORDON MARJ LEAF PHYLLIS GROOMS LOIS LIGHTHALL RUTH HAGAN JOAN LILLENGREN RUTHANN HAYES SALLY LINK LOU HICKMAN MARILYN McCABE MARGARET HILL PAT McMAHAN IRENE OLSON JESSIE PADGETT MILLIE PAGE MARIE PARKHILL DOT REED MARGE RODMAN BETTY ROSS JOANN SCHEMMEL ADA MAE SMITH XENIA STANLEY ROSE MARY TODD MARY WEAR DOROTHY WEBBER CAROLIN WEST MARIE WILSON First row: Hayes, Wear, Jones, Collins, Schemmel, Gushing, Todd, Smith, Chase, Hylan, Parkhill, Gasser. Second row: Gordon, Bachman, Carlson, Rodman, Freeman, Link, Beeman, Ross, Stanley, Botts, Johnson, Drexel. Third row: Edmonson, Hill, Arbaugh, Cushman, Page, Wilson, Miss Kanouse, Alford, Webber, Leaf, Barber, McCabe, Dimes, Blanch. Fourth row: Padgett, Hungerford, Grooms, Gerard, Farrand, Kounts, Lighthall, Burgoin, Hagan, Lillengren, Comer, Holtzman, West, McMahan, Gerlach, Hickman, Kearns. 102 PHI EPSILON PHI Officers DICK NEWLON President JOHN RADSLIFF Vice-President JIM WYCHE . Secretary BOB BRANFLICK Treasurer Members JIM ANDREWS PAUL BARKER BOB BRANFLICK NEAL BRICKER ROGER CORMAN DON CRAIG DON CREIM JOHN DAVIS JAMES DE WOLF RUSSELL DUNBAR HOMER EGGERS KEITH GILMORE STEPHEN GORDEN JAMES HARKIN BILL HEFLIN GEORGE HIRSCHFELD LOY LEDBETTER HAROLD LEIGHT NORMAN LEVY MARVIN McCLAIN GERALD MILLER DICK PEELER JOHN RADSLIFF DICK ROWE J. M. WARNER STAN WEINER AL WRIGHT JIM WYCHE 103 ADAMS, BERYL - Independence, Kansas AGOR, ALLENE Aberdeen, South Dakota AIKELE, HERMAN - Moore, Idaho ALFORD, MARY .Orange, New Jersey ANDERSON, ELEANOR I Warren, Wyoming ARDELL, MADALYN Pueblo, Colorado ATKIN, JANE ..Denver, Colorado AXTELL, LOIS ADELINE Craig, Colorado BABCOCK, BETTY Denver, Colorado BAKER, LEE .Colorado Springs, Colorado BARKER, PAUL Denver, Colorado BARQUIST, MURIEL Stratford, Iowa BARRETT, MILLIE JANE ... Boulder, Colorado BATE, GLORIA Denver, Colorado BEECHER, MARYBELLE . Bartlesville, Oklahoma BEEMAN, DOROTHY VIRGINIA Denver, Colo. BEESLEY, ARTHUR J Salt Lake City, Utah BEG ALE, WINIFRED River Rouge, Michigan BEHRENDT, REES Kansas City, Missouri BENOIT, JACK .....Twin Falls, Idaho BERGMAN, BETTY Boulder, Colorado BEVANS, MILDRED V. Mt. Morrison, Colorado BLANCH, JACQUELIN .. Denver, Colorado BLUMENTHAL, MURIEL ... Kansas City, Mo. BORST, BETTY Colorado Springs, Colorado BOSTON, BEVERLY Denver, Colorado BOSTWICK, PHYLLIS ELAINE Walla Walla, Washington BRANDT, CHARLES L. Modesto, California BRENNALLACK, DONALD Denver, Colorado BRESNAHAN, JANE Denver, Colorado BRIN, LEON S. Fort Dodge, Iowa BROOKS, BEVERLEY ANNE .. Coffeyvillc, Kans. BROOKS, LEE M. .Modesto, California BROWER, HELEN Fullerton, Nebraska BROWN, BEVERLEY Oak Ridge, Tennessee Cltf SOPHOMORES K. K. G. Pledge Joan Wells. 104 Moe DriscoU looking like Gone With The Wind. SOPHOMORES BROWN. JOANNE St. Paul, Minnesota BROWN, LOIS ..„ Denver, Colorado BROWN, MELANIE St. Louis, Missouri BUNNELL, SAM DAVID. Grand Junction, Colo. BURGOIN, HOPE Omaha, Nebraska BURROWS, PATRICIA Rapid City, South Dakota BUSH, KATHRYN Glen Ellyn, Illinois BUTTERFIELD, VIRGINIA R. Denver, Colo. CALDWELL, MARIE Colorado Springs, Colorado CARLSON, DONNA ROSE . Ft. Lupton, Colo. CARLSON, EDITH ELAINE Brighton, Colorado CARLTON, BETTY Borger, Texas CARSWELL, MARGARET Kansas City, Mo. CHAMBERLIN, MARY C. Casper, Wyoming CHANDLER, ANITA LEE River Forest, Illinois CHASE, MAMIE VERDI La Junta, Colorado CLASS, MARJORIE Los Angeles, California CLOUGH, RAYMOND Willoughby, Ohio COLLINS, CLAIRE ..Grand Rapids, Michigan CONOVER, LOIS Mason City, Iowa COOPER, PHYLLIS Colorado Springs, Colorado CRAIG, DONALD E Sidney, Nebraska CRAMER, ROBERT J Denver, Colorado CRAWFORD, DORIS MAE... . Broomfield, Colo. CRAWFORD, JEAN Oakland, California CUNNINGHAM, JACK W.. Jacksonville, Texas CURTIS, MILDRED Sedalia, Colorado GUSHING, MARY LOU Oak Park, Illinois DALY, JO ANNE FRANCES ...Casper, Wyoming DAVIS, ELIZABETH. Creston, Iowa DAVIS, A. JOHN Denver, Colorado DAVIS, LILA LEE Craig, Colorado DAVIS, MARTHA Creston, Iowa DEMMON, GLORIA Grand Rapids, Michigan DICK, BETTY JEAN Walsenburg, Colorado 105 DILLOW, JEANNE - Hugo, Colorado DRISCOLL, MARY Rapid City, South Dakota DUKAS, VARTA Middletown, Ohio DUKES, GRETCHEN - Boulder, Colorado DUNCAN, BOB Akron, Colorado DUNN, DONNA _. Boulder, Colorado DUNN, HELEN - Boulder, Colorado EDDY, LOUVELLA Evanston, Illinois EGGERS, HOMER E - , Farrar, Missouri EKBERG, PAULINE-- Holdrige, Nebraska EMERY, JAYNN _ Roxbury, Massachusetts ENGLE, FAITH .Denver, Colorado ENGLE, HOWARD .„ ...Terrace, Ohio ERICKSON, EVELYN...... Kearney, Nebraska FARNEY, MARJORIE ...Denver, Colorado FEREDAY, JOY ELAINE.... .Pocatello, Idaho FLANAGAN, SHIRLEY...Wauwatosa, Wisconsin FLETCHER, RUTH Van Meter, Iowa FOELLMER, DONNA RAE Ft. Collins, Colo. FOLSOM, H. A Salt Lake City, Utah FORSMAN, BETTIE LOU . Billings, Montana FRANKLIN, WILLIAM R., Colorado Springs, Colo. FREEMAN, ANN Greeley, Colorado FRENZ, DOROTHY A.. Dutchess County, N. Y. FRISBIE, CLEO Powell, Wyoming FURBE CK, VIRGINIA. ..Glen Ellyn, Illinois FURUKAWA, ELSIE Crowley, Colorado GARDNER, ELAINE MARIE Trinidad, Colo. GARVIN, ALVAH B Gainesville, Texas GERARD, JANE Golden, Colorado GERLACH, DONALD R Olmstead, Ohio GILHAMS, JANE Wynnewood, Pennsylvania GINSBERG, NORMAN J Denver, Colorado GORTHY, ANN St. Francis, Kansas GRAF, PATRICIA Boulder, Colorado SOPHOMORES Jackie Blanch, Spur Prexy. 106 Popular Soph, Gene Norgren. SOPHOMORES GREEN, ADDISON Holyoke, Massachusetts GRILLS, ALICE - --Denver, Colorado GROTE, RUTH Coral Gables, Florida HAG AN, RUTH UGrange, Illinois HANSON, GAYLE Denver, Colorado HARKIN, JAMES P..- - Billings, Montana HARMS, ADRIENNE Denver, Colorado HART, BETTY JEAN Shreveport, Louisiana HENLEY, M. EILEEN ._ Boulder, Colorado HERMAN, ETHEL ELAINE . _ Denver, Colorado HICKERNELL, DOROTHY Houston, Texas HICKLE, JAMES CHARLES. Denver, Colorado HILL, MARGARET Greeley, Colorado HIRSCHFELD, GEORGE W Denver, Colorado HOBSON, CAROLINE Denver, Colorado HOLDEMAN, MARY M York, Nebraska HOLM, La VERNE .._ __ Chicago, Illinois HOPPE, WILBUR S. Missoula, Montana HOUGHTEN, SHIRLEY Denver, Colorado HOUSE, MARGARET J. „.„Cripple Creek, Colo. HUDSON, MacBETH Branson, Colorado HUDSPETH, KATHERINE C. Steamboat Springs, Colorado ' HUNGERFORD, BARBARA Arlington, Virginia HYLAN, ANNE : Boulder, Colorado JACOBSEN, ROBERT Denver, Colorado JACOBSON, RUTH M.. Albuquerque, N. Mex. JACQUIN, MARY LOUISE Peoria, Illinois JAMES, ELEANORE Estes Park, Colorado JOHNSON, CHARLOTTE Gunnison, Colorado JOHNSON, MARGURITE Limon, Colorado JOHNSON, MARTHA P Hinsdale, Illinois JOHNSON, WILLIAM N Kansas City, Kansas JOHNSTON, NINA MARIE Ranchester, Wyo. JONES, CHARLIE MARIE Dalhart, Texas JONES, GEORGE W. Arvada, Colorado 107 WEt JONES, JACQUELINE Denver, Colorado JONES, VIRGINIA Elho, Nevada KEARNS, ANNETTE B Loganspor t, Indiana KELLY, DENNIS Denver, Colorado KELLY, MARILYN DELL. Boulder, Colorado KEMP, MARTHA _ _ Dallas, Texas KENNEDY, CLAIRE Kansas City, Missouri KINER, DEE —Clay Center, Kansas KINGDON, BETTY Denver, Colorado KISTLER, MARY ELLEN Hamburg, Pa. KJELLSTROM, JANET ANN _ Rockford, Illinois KRATZ, DOROTHY _ Belton, Missouri KRIMM, BETTY Denver, Colorado KYES, DOROTHY JEAN .. Hot Springs, S. Dak. LAMBRECHT, MAXINE..„_ Pierce, Nebraska LEE, BEVERLY Galesbury, Illinois LEIGHT, HAROLD CHARLES Denver, Colorado LEONARD, WILLIAM K Mansfield, Ohio LEROY, ELAINE EJenver, Colorado LEVOE, SHIRLEY Denver, Colorado LILLENGREN, JOAN Chicago, Illinois LINDBERG, JEROME Rothsay, Minnesota LINENDOLL, MARY Pasadena, California LOPER, BARBARA Denver, Colorado LOURIE, ANNE _ Moline, Illinois LOWELL, MARILY- „ Greeley, Colorado LUNDBLADE, HELEN L Idaho Falls, Idaho MAGRUDER, MARY ALICE ...Webb City, Mo. MALLORY, CHARLES Brewster, Kansas MANTZ, MARY Kansas City, Missouri MARQUAND, KENNETH E. Denver, Colorado MARSTON, DOROTHY Dallas, Texas MASTRIPOLITO, ANNA Leadville, Colorado MATTIVI, IRENE TERESE ... Kenilworth, Utah MAYNARD, JEANNE M. . Los Angeles, Calif. SOPHOMORES " Ohhhhhhhhh " ! says Marie Parkhill. 108 Who are you winking at " Rap. " SOPHOMORES McARTHUR, BOB Newton, Kansas McAULIFFE, LEE Grand Junction, Colorado McCABE, MARILN Pueblo, Colorado McCLURG, M. CLAIRE— - Chicago, Illinois McCOY, MARGARET Denver, Colorado McKENZIE, WILLIAM W. Billings, Montana McKERLIE, JUDY Lewistown, Montana McKINNIE, PEGGY ..Jackson, Tennessee McMAHON, PATSY Pueblo, Colorado MEADOR, JUNE .....Hutchinson, Kansas MICHAEL, RICHARD Petaluna, California MILLER, BEN ..Denver, Colorado MILLER, JOAN J Casper, Wyoming MILLER, MIRIAN Denver, Colorado MITCHELL, CONSTANCE .... Pueblo, Colorado MITCHELL, ROBERT D Provo, Utah MORGENSEN, PETER ..Racine, Wisconsin MONTGOMERY, DOROTHY... Stratford, Iowa MOORE, O. L Denver, Colorado MUNRO, GORDON A Grand Junction, Colo. NASH, NATALIE JEAN Leadville, Colorado NEILL, ORA Evanston, Illinois NEWLON, RICHARD W Denver, Colorado NIEBEL, RUTH Palo Alto, California NIGRO, GLORIA ANN Kansas City, Missouri NORCROSS, GLORIA San Marino, California NORGREN, GENE Denver, Colorado NORTH, LYNNE MARY ... Pleasant Hill, Mo. OHLER, HAZEL Denver, Colorado OKEEFE, SUZANNE ...Boulder, Colorado OLSON, ILAMAE Pagosa Springs, Colorado OTTE, OLIVE MAE Littleton, Colorado PADGETT, JESSAMINE Center, Colorado PAISLEY, DEBORAH Dubuque, Iowa PARKHILL, MARIE Denver, Colorado 109 PARKHILL, MARIJEAN Pontiac, Illinois PARRISH, ANNE Monmouth, Illinois PATTON, R. H - —.- Missouri City, Texas PEDERSEN, PATRICIA - Denver, Colorado PELS, CYNTHIA ,. -- Denver, Colorado PESCHKE, EDNA ANN Pueblo, Colorado PEUGH, DARREL E. Ottowa, Kansas PHILLIPS, SARAH H Tyler, Texas PHILLIPS, SHIRLEY Grand Junction, Colorado PITTS, ILENE BEVERLY San Diego, Calif. PLAGGE, MARJORIE Berwyn, Illinois PLATZ, RUTH ANN Pueblo, Colorado PLOTKIN, SHELDON C. - . Denver, Colorado POPPEN, ANNA RUTH Boulder, Colorado POWELL, CHARLES Denver, Colorado PRESLEY, ELOISE Gallup, New Mexico PRICE, LOUISE - Arvada, Colorado RAMSTETTER, DONALD- ... Golden, Colorado RAPALJE, VIRGINIA _„ Pueblo, Colorado READ, LUANA River Forest, Illinois REARDON, EARL .Montrose, California RECHT, CAROLYN ANN Boulder, Colorado REDDINGER, KOE Big Rapids, Michigan REED, MARY Chicago, Illinois RIMA, PATRICIA Waterloo, Iowa ROBERTSON, HARRY A ...St. Louis, Missouri ROMER, M. KATHRYN Holly, Colorado ROSANKY, EVOHN Bastrop, Texas ROSKI, JOSEPH M Plymouth, Pennsylvania RUGELEY, NORTON A. Wharton, Texas RUTH, HOLLY E Ogden, Utah RYMILL, SHIRLEY LOIS Lusk, Wyoming SAUNDERS, WINNIFRED H. Grenada, Miss. SCHEMMEL, JOANN Denver, Colorado SCHEUFELE, SHIRLEY Kansas City, Mo. SOPHOMORES D. G. Playgirl, AUene Agor. 110 Personality girl, Patsy Prey. SOPHOMORES SCHRADER, ERNESTINE Trinidad, Colorado SCHROEDER, JAMES B Long Beach, Calif. SCHUTTE, FLORENCE ANNE Kansas City, Mo. SEILER, DOROTHY E. Casper, Wyoming SHIKAMURA, ALICE Boulder, Colorado SHIMPFKY, BLANCHE _ Boulder, Colorado SHULL, PAUL EDWIN _ . Dighton, Kansas SILVERMAN, J. C. .--, Providence, Rhode Island SINIAKO, NADINE. Cedar Rapids, Iowa SMITH, ADA Denver, Colorado SMITH, ADDIE MAE _ Leadville, Colorado SMITH, FRANCES Denver, Colorado SPARE, PAULINE Boulder, Colorado SPERRY, GLORIA Paris, Texas SPRADLIN, MARTHA JANE ._ Gamett, Kansas STANLEY, XENIA _ Denver, Colorado STANTON, NORMA JEANNE .Denver, Colo. STARK, MARY White Water, New Mexico STEEN, CRETE - Scottsbluff, Nebraska STEVENSON, STANLEY Ogden, Utah STINE, JACQUELINE Loveland, Colorado STIRRETT, NANCY Wheatland, Wyoming STOUDT, DOROTHY Calhan, Colorado SWEARINGEN, BARBARA Walnut Creek, Calif. SWEENEY, GERTRUDE Bartlesville, Okla. TASHBAUGH, FRANCES Denver, Colorado THOMAS, GLORIA ....Chicago, Illinois TODD, ROSE MARY Pueblo, Colorado TOWSE, M. J Mitchell, Nebraska TURNER, TOBY Colby, Kansas UTGARD, PATRICIA ..._ Dallas, Texas VanV. LKINBURG, BETTY...... Swink, Colorado VERMILLION, JACKIE Wichita, Kansas VICTOR, DICK . - Twin Falls, Idaho VonRUDEN, BETTY Pontiac, Illinois 111 WAECHTER, RUTH . . Yuma, Colorado WAHLBERG, LOIS LOUISE . Denver, Colorado WAHLBERG, BARBARA JEAN El Paso, Texas WALKER, NAN _ Denver, Colorado WEAR, MARY , Meeker, Colorado WELLS, JOAN Denver, Colorado WEST, CAROLINE Albuquerque, New Mexico WETMORE, SUZANNE Bedford, Iowa WHEELER, WALTER E Casper, Wyoming WHITE, PEGGY JANE . . Denver, Colorado WHITNEY, EDWARD Salt Lake City, Utah WHITTEN, VIRGINIA Saguache, Colorado WHITTENBURG, KATHERINE Trinidad, Colo. WIDNEY, JOSEPH H. S. Brentwood, California WIENER, JACQUELYN D. , Lajunta, Colorado WIENER, TONI Milwaukee, Wisconsin WILKEY, EDWARD BENTON Providence, Ky. WILLMAN, HELEN Axtell, Nebraska WILSON, ALICE Homewood, Illinois WOLFROM, MIRIAM Salt Lake City, Utah WOODROW, MAURINE Pasadena, California WRIGHT, DORIS JEAN Overbroad, Kansas WRIGHT, MAXINE Ordway, Colorado WUELLNER, ROBERT A.. Cincinnati, Ohio YOUNG, JEAN Houston, Texas YOUNG, JEANNE Denver, Colorado ZANELLA, VERA Loveland, Colorado , ZENK, LAWRENCE PAUL New Ulm, Minnesota ZOHM, CAROLE Helena, Montana SOPHOMORES Well-known Pi Phi, Adrian Comer. 112 ABBOT, LODEMA JANE .. Denver, Colorado ALBERTS, BERNARD JOEL Radcliffe, Iowa ALEXANDER, JEAN Evanston, Illinois ALLEN, PATTI .....Salt Lake City, Utah ALTON, SUSAN Los Angeles, California ALVARADO, ARTHUR JOHN.Frederick, Colo. ANDERSON, ELAINE Denver, Colorado ANDERSON, JO AN Des Moines, Iowa ARNOLD, PAT .-.. Berwyn, Illinois ARON, PATRICIA Crete, Nebraska AUGER, PATRICIA.. Denver, Colorado AVERICH, STAN.... Denver, Colorado BALLOU, MARY Ashland, Nebraska BARB, SHIRLEE Golden, Colorado BARKER, CONSUELO .. Chicago, Illinois BARTRAN, MARJORIE .Tulsa, Oklahoma BAUER, MARY... Denver, Colorado BEACH, ROBERTA Bayfield, Colorado BEHRENS, THOMAS Chicago, Illinois BELL, CELIA Harrison, Arkansas BELL, SHIRLEY Casper, Wyoming BEYNON, MARY CATHERINE Frederick, Colo. BIGELOW, HELEN... .Denver, Colorado BILBO, CHERIE Chicago, Illinois BILLINGTON, RUTH Lafayette, Colorado BOECK, PATRICIA Boise, Idaho BONNER, VERA M Brooklyn, New York BOWERS, BARBARA Rocky Ford, Colorado BOWLES, BETTY ANNE Glendale, California BOYD, BETTY Eaton, Colorado BOYLE, JEANNE MARIE . Los Angeles, Calif. BRANOM, JEANNE Lamar, Colorado BRENNECK, BARBARA Marshalltown, Pa. BRIGGS, CHLOE . ' . . Brighton, Colorado BRISCOE, JANE Idaho Springs, Colorado FRESHMEN Three Pretty Freshmen, Margaret, Pat, and Mary. 113 Freshmen Brains, Barbara and Nancy. FRESHMEN BRISTOL, BEVERLY MAE . Denver, Colorado BROADHURST, HENRY Denver, Colorado BRADY, BETTY Boulder, Colorado BROWN, JOSEPH W Little Rock, Arkansas BROWN, PEGGY . . Denver, Colorado BROWN, RITA BELLE Lafayette, Colorado BRUMBACH, NANCY „ Esterly, Pennsylvania BRUNK, MERLYN MARIE . Casper, Wyoming BUNTING, MARY ALICE ... Fort Collins, Colo. BURGESON, BONNIE Denver, Colorado BURT, JIMMIE JUNE La Junta, Colorado BUSH, ELAINE Denver, Colorado BUSSELLE, JOANNE Boulder, Colorado CALDWELL, SHIRLEY Goodland, Kansas CALLAHAN, ROSEMARY... Independence, Kans. CAMBOR, GLENN Denver, Colorado CAMPBELL, FRANCES M Climax, Colorado CAPES, MONTIE Littleton, Colorado CARLSON, BARBARA Denver, Colorado CARLSON, GORDON E Buhl, Idaho CARMACK, ELEANOR J Estes Park, Colo. CARSON, VIRGINIA Pueblo, Colorado CARTER, CHARLES L.._- Denver, Colorado CASE, DICK Orange, California CASE, ELMA VIRGINIA Lamar, Colorado CATTERSON, JEAN Lincoln, Nebraska CHAMBERLAIN, GUY CLOYD Kanah, Utah CHAMBERS, MARY ALICE . Evanston, Illinois CHAN, EDYTHE Dallas, Texas CHARRINGTON, GEORGE . Denver, Colorado CHEW, JACK Seibert, Colorado CHRISTIANSEN, JEAN Englewood, Colorado CHURCH, BARBARA J. Idaho, Springs, Colo. CLIFF, LORRAINE Denver, Colorado COATES, JACK Denver, Colorado 114 COFFIN, JOHN B. Englewood, New Jersey COLLOPY, JEAN.„ Denver, Colorado CONNELLY, MARY LOU Marlton, New Jersey COOK, MARY Denver, Colorado COOVER, CHARLES Kinsley, Kansas COOVER, JO ANN Kinsley, Kansas CORBIT, SALLY -- Pasadena, California CORSBERG, JACK Denver, Colorado COUNCE, SHEILA Hayes Center, Nebraska COWDIN, NOVA E. Glenwood Springs, Colo. CRAFTS, JOAN Elgin, Illinois CROCKER, JOHN G Whittier, California CURRIER, PHYLLIS Maywood, Illinois DAANE, KENNETH-E. Grand Haven, Michigan DAHL, ALICE INGRID Golden, Colorado DAVIDSON, MILTON D Denver, Colorado DAVIS, BEVERLY __ _ _ Greeley, Colorado DAVIS, EILEEN Denver, Colorado DENNIS, COLLEEN Carson, Colorado DIECKMAN, ANNABELLE -Moffat, Colorado DILISIO, CHRISTINE Raton, New Mexico DINNER, MELVIN Greeley, Colorado DINNER, SHIRLEY--.-- Greeley, Colorado DIXON, ERICA Toledo, Ohio DODGE, NATTALIE- Santa Fe, New Mexico DOLL, DOROTHY E Boulder, Colorado DOOLEN, POLLY Davenport, Iowa DOYLE, ESTELLE ..„ -. Pueblo, Colorado DRYDEN, SHEILA Boulder, Colorado DUNN, LOUISE Piedmont, California DURKEE, HARRIET Green River, Wyoming EAKINS, MARION - Ventura, California EASTON, SHIRLEY -- Denver, Colorado ECCKER, PAUL L ' Black Hawk, Colorado ECKENBECK, SUZETTE Evanston, Illinois FRESHMEN Looking bored with tlie whole thing. 115 Smile Pretty, Jo. FRESHMEN EPENETER, ANNE Palisade, Colorado ERLANDSON, SHIRLEY - Red Clfff, Colorado ERODDY, JANE __Englewood, Colorado EVANS, ANNA MAE Pueblo, Colorado FARICY, DONNA MAE _ Pueblo, Colorado FEHRENBACH, JACK LOUIS .Indianapolis, Ind. FEINBERG, RUTH Glencoe, Illinois FEIST, EDDIE Denver, Colorado FERGUSON, RUBY....... Dacono, Colorado FLATT, MARION Boulder, Colorado FORD, ELIZABETH MAY Denver, Colorado FORSBERG, BONNIE JANE Idaho Springs, Colo. FOTOPOULOS, CONST ANTIN A Newton, Kans. FOUNTAIN, PATRICIA Detroit, Michigan FREEMAN, DOROTHY Fort Worth, Texas FREEMAN, INA PATRICIA . Denver, Colorado FRISBIE, GEORGIANNA Highland Park, III. FRITZ, WILLIAM W . Tujunga, Colorado FROSHEISER, KATHERINE .. Keeline, Wyoming GABARDI, THEO Kremmling, Colorado GARBERICK, NORMA SUE . Denver, Colorado GARNET, E. JEANNETTE Grand Junction, Colo. GATES, PERKY ...Park Ridge, Illinois GATHMAN, EILA FERN Gurley, Nebraska GIDDES, GLORIA ...Kenilworth, Illinois GIERTZ, BARBARA ANN Elgin, Illinois GILLILAND, JANE Denver, Colorado GJERTSON, MARJORIE Cut Blank, Montana GLANVILLE, PATSY ..Denver, Colorado GOPD, ANN E. Wheeling, West Virginia GOODWIN, JOE ...Miami Beach, Florida GORE, ISABEL ALICE Boulder, Colorado GOTSEFF, DICK -Tioga, Colorado GRAHAM, PATRICIA _....Tulsa, Oklahoma GREEN, JO ANNE Chicago, Illinois 116 GREER, MARY IRENE Santa Fe, New Mexico GREGG, MURIEL Englewood, Colorado GREGORY, JANICE Slick Rock, Colorado GRIMM, DANNY Evanston, Illinois GRITZFELD, ESTHER JEAN ScottsblufF, Nebr. HAGANS, AILEEN Norton, Kansas HAGEN, JAMES F Cheyenne, Wyoming HALL, MARGARET E Boone, Iowa HANSEN, MARILOU Denver, Colorado HANSON, IDA BETH Hinsdale, Illinois HANWELL, GERALDINE Englewood, Colo. HARKRADER, HELEN Pratt, Kansas HARP, COLLEEN Meeker, Colorado HART, MARILYN ...._ lola, Kansas HASTINGS, VIRGINIA Denver, Colorado HATFIELD, JEANNE Fort Morgan, Colorado HAWKINS, JEAN ..Boulder, Colorado HAWKINSON, PATRICIA ...Lamed, Kansas HEDGES, ROBERT ...Akron, Colorado HEFFNER, ALYCE JEAN Denver, Colorado HENDERSON, JEAN Denver, Colorado HERALD, HELEN Austin, Texas HERIGSTAD, ELLA MAE Denver, Colorado HERRICK, ELAINE Boone, Iowa HERRMANN, RICHARD Denver, Colorado HEUSCHKEL, MARGARET L.. Carbondale,Colo. HIDAKA, MINNIE Pueblo, Colorado HIRSCH, BETTE Pueblo, Colorado HOFFMEISTER, CHARLES .Imperial, Nebraska HOGABOOM, ANNE Glendale, California HOLSCHER, ANN. Scottsbluff, Nebraska HOPKINS, NINELLE Douglas, Arizona HORWITZ, IRWIN 1 . Denver, Colorado HUDSPETH, VIRGINIA Steamboat Spgs., Colo. HUFFMAN, BETTE . Cheyenne, Wyoming Rosalie ready to brave the Ski Slides. FRESHMEN 117 The Great Athlete, Barbara Ballou. FRESHMEN HUGGINS, MARTHA LOU Denver, Colorado HUHN, MARDELLE F. .Denver, Colorado HUNTER, VIRGINIA Boulder, Colorado HUTCHINSON, BARBARA Boulder, Colorado HYDE, JOAN - -- Pueblo, Colorado HYLAN, ELLEN R. Boulder, Colorado INMAN, JOAN - Kansas City, Missouri ISAAC, HELEN Colorado Springs, Colorado ISRAEL, CAROL Chicago, Illinois JACKSON, BESSIE MAE Las Vegas, New Mexico JACOBSON, MARY Fargo, North Dakota JACQUES, ESTHER Durango, Colorado JESSEN, CAROLYN ..Tulsa, Oklahoma JOFFEE, PATRICIA Denver, Colorado JOHNSON, LUCILLE H Chicago, Illinois JOHNSON, MARJORIE . Fort Collins, Colorado JOHNSON, OLIVER Murtaugh, Idaho JOHNSON, PATRICIA Rockford, Illinois JONES, MARJORIE Kim, Colorado JONES, MARY Denver, Colorado JORGENSEN, GLEN R. Denver, Colorado JUHL, MILDRED - Boulder, Colorado KAIN, LOIS JEAN . Gary, Indiana KAYLOR, KENNETH KAY Burbank, California KENDALL, MARION Summit, New Jersey KIRKBERG, BONNIE Fort Dodge, Iowa KILZER, JOHN L. . Boulder, Colorado KIRKWOOD, SHIRLEY JO .. . Denver, Colorado KLIEWER, HARRIET Manitou, Colorado KNAP, JAMES E Denver, Colorado KNIEGH, MARY Denver, Colorado KOCH, WANDA . . Denver, Colorado KRUEGER, ANNE M New Ulm, Minnesota KUSULAS, SUE E Denver, Colorado LADD, JENNETTE L Marie, Michigan 118 LADEGARD, JANE Sidney, Nebraska LANE, DOROTHY Oak Park, Illinois LASETER, JEANNE Amarillo, Texas LEE, NANCY Pueblo, Colorado LEEKLEY, KATHERINE _ Milwaukee, Wisconsin LEONARD, MARGAURITE . Cheyenne, Wyo. LESHER, EDITH Grand Junction, Colorado LEVIS, SIDNEY THEODORE . Houston, Texas LEWIS, DONNA ELAINE Sutherland, Nebr. LEWIS, ROSEMARY Denver, Colorado LIEBERKNECHT, ELEANOR F Perry, Iowa LIFSHUTZ, HAROLD ,- Denver, Colorado LINDSAY, IVA ANNELLE Tulsa, Oklahoma LINKE, DOROTHY Englewood, Colorado LIVINGSTON, JO ANN Denver, Colorado LIVINGSTON, SALLY BURR .... Summit, N. J. LOCHER, MIMI Boulder, Colorado LOIZEAUX, LOIS San Diego, California LONG, BARBARA Los Angeles, California LONG, GENE MALAN Ogden, Utah LONG, La VERNE Napoleon, Ohio LORENZ, ELSIE IRENE Windsor, Colorado LOTZ, JOANNE Cleveland, Ohio LOVE, DEBORAH Clayton, Missouri LOVE, MARILYN Tulsa, Oklahoma LOWE, ROSALIE Albuquerque, New Mexico LYNCH, RITA Denver, Colorado LYONS, MARIE Ordway, Colorado MAHAN, PATRICIA Glencoe, Illinois MAIN, GEORGE C. Denver, Colorado MAJOR, DOROTHY... Pueblo, Colorado MANN, HELEN _ Hinsdale, Illinois MARCH, THERESA .... Rapid City, South Dakota MARK, MARY ..Washington, D. C. MARRIOTT, JUDY Grand Junction, Colorado iTOi a FRESHMEN Vivacious " Dopey " Bennett. 119 f BffS These Freshmen go wild over snow. FRESHMEN MARTIN, LILLIAN Greeley, Colorado MARTZ, DOROTHY LOUISE.Denver, Colorado MASTRIPOLITO, JEAN Leadville, Colorado MATERN, MARY ANN Roclcford, Colorado MATHEWS, BARBARA JEAN.„ Boulder, Colo. MATTHES, PHYLLIS Stanton, Nebraska MATZEN, MARJORIE ..Plaine, Kansas MAY, BARBARA Rochelle, Illinois McCABE, PRISCILLA ...Pueblo, Colorado McCarthy, Barbara Denver, Colorado McCLATCHY, JUDITH BARBARA Olney, Tex. McCLUSKEY, JAMES E Lajunta, Colorado McCREERY, MARY RUTH....Torrington, Wyo. McDonald, WILLIAM ELBERT. Denver, Colo. McDOUGAL, ERMA M Colby, Kansas McEWAN, JOAN ..Winnetka, Illinois McMILLEN, BILLIE LaSalle, Colorado McPHAIL, MARGARET Saratoga, Wyoming MICKLE, BETTE Denver, Colorado MILDER, MYRON ..Omaha, Nebraska MILLER, ALLEN DEAN Lafayette, Colorado MILLER, JOAN Casper, Wyoming MILLIKAN, BARBARA Tulsa, Oklahoma MILLS, MARTHA Minneapolis, Minnesota MONTGOMERY, HARRIET Colorado Springs, Colorado MOODY, SHIRLEY..... Omaha, Nebraska MOORE, BURT Parma, Idaho MOORE, LOAHNA _ Denver, Colorado MOORE, MARILYN ANN.. Dalhart, Texas MORRELL, RENEE ..New York, New York ■ MOW, JUNE MARIE Carbondale, Colorado MUELLER, JACQUELINE ... St. Louis, Missouri MUELLER, MARTHA . Evanston, Illinois MUIR, MARY ELIZABETH Santa Fe, N. Mex. MULLINS, DORCIE J Englewood, Colorado 120 MULVANEY, MARY JEAN Omaha, Nebraska MUTH, JOAN MARIE Englewood, Colorado MUTSCHLER, AUDREY Dallas, Texas NEILL, LILLIAN ANN. Riverton, Wyoming NELSON, GLENN BURTON Longmont, Colo. NELSON, MAXINE HANNAH Lafayette, Colo! NELSON, PATRICIA JANE Boulder, Colorado NELSON, VIRGINIA ANN Denver, Colorado NISSEN, MARY LOU Denver, Colorado NITSCH, MARJORIE Denver, Colorado NODTREDT, DONALD Boulder, Colorado NORWOOD, ORIN Englewood, Colorado O ' DONNELL, SHIRLEY.. Denver, Colorado O ' KEEFE, THOIS ADELE Denver, Colorado OTTO, JANE Denver, Colorado PAHLJUNA, JUNE. Ordway, Colorado PARK, ELAINE Denver, Colorado PARSLEY, KATIE ALICE Amarillo, Texas PARTZ, LaDELLEE Denver, Colorado PASTOUT, LOIS JEANNE .. Little Rock, Ark. PATTON, DIXIE LEE Oberlin, Kansas PAULSEN, REBECCA RICE... Omaha, Nebraska PENNEY, MAURICE D Libertyville, Illinois PHILPOTT, CATHARINE... Denver, Colorado PHIPPS, BEVERLY .Denver, Colorado PITTENGER, LOIS LEE Denver, Colorado POMEROY, RUSSELL Whittier, California POTTER, MARGARET ELLEN Casper, Wyo. POWELL, JOAN E Seattle, Washington PREUSCH, ELAINE Boulder, Colorado PRICE, MARY ANNE Winnetka, Illinois PRINSTER, CLANCY Grand Junction, Colorado PRYOR, MARJORIE ELLEN Pueblo, Colorado PURCHARD, JANE. Denver, Colorado RAINS, JAMES M. Denver, Colorado FRESHMEN Going to class Patsy? " fW tii 121 Clii Psi Casanova, Verne Smith. flQ 0 .1 ' i I ■•!» 0 jl FRESHMEN RANDALL, MARY E. Glenwood Springs, Colo. REED, MARY EVELYN Boulder, Colorado REILLY, BARBARA ...Memphis, Tennessee RICH, MARY SUSAN Denver, Colorado RICHARDS, JEANNE Canon Ciry, Colorado RIGGENBACH, SHIRLEY.. . Monte Vista, Colo. RIORDAN, JOYCE _.. Santa Cruz, California ROBINS, BETTY Black Hawk, Colorado ROBINS, IDA MAE Black Hawk, Colorado ROBINSON, JOYCE Denver, Colorado ROSE, CAROLINE ELIZABETH Denver, Colo. RUSSELL, ROSEMARY .Western Springs, Illinois RUST, PATRICIA Milwaukee, Wisconsin SACK, IRMA LEE Haxtun, Colorado SAMMET, PATRICIA Highland Park, Illinois SAMPLE, MARJORIE E. Glenwood Springs, Colo. SAUNDERS, VIRGINIA .....Grenado, Mississippi SAYER, LOIS Oak Park, Illinois SCHMIDT, TED Scottsbluff, Nebraska SCHNEIDER, ROBERT L Canon City, Colo. SCHREFER, MARY Denver, Colorado SCHWILKE, RUTH Estes Park, Colorado SCOLES, PHYLLIS ANN Denver, Colorado SCOTT, JANE ELLEN . ..: Pueblo, Colorado SCOTT, MAXINE Gunnison, Colorado SEYDLER, HERBERT M. Houston, Texas SHAW, DORIS LILLIAN Meeker, Colorado SHEA, ARLENE ..Chicago, Illinois SHERER, JOHN E. .....Elbert, Colorado SHERLOCK, MIRIAM Denver, Colorado SHIMON, SHIRLEY .. Longmont, Colorado SHIPMAN, MARGARET Littleton, Colorado SHOCKLEY, DOROTHY R Boone, Colorado SHOEMAKER, SARA Toledo, Ohio SLAYTON, NANCY Chicago, Illinois 122 SMITH, CAROLYN Sioux City, Iowa SMITH, LUCY Meeker, Colorado SMITH, MARIE Greeley, Colorado SMITH, PEGGY JANE ..- Denver, Colorado SMITH, VERNON.... Chicago, Illinois SMYTH, IRENE Bighorn, Wyoming SNYDER, RICHARD A Fort Collins, Colorado SORENSEN, SOREN Kimball, Nebraska SPANGLER, IDA Walsh, Colorado STANDISH, LEAH .... Burlington, Colorado STANTON, JEANNE Denver, Colorado ST. CLAIR, PATRICIA Fort Washington, N. Y. STEBBINS, BARBARA . Wheatridge, Colorado STEINBAUGH, MARY ELINOR Newark, Ohio STEWART, PATRICIA R Denver, Colorado STOCKMAR, SHIRLEY Denver, Colorado STONE, SYLVIA ....... Boulder, Colorado STOLTZ, JACK _ .....Denver, Colorado SUZUKI, SONOKO Boulder, Colorado SWANSON, VERNELLE Omaha, Nebraska TANNER, HOPE ELAINE ... Boulder, Colorado THOMAS, JANE Casper, Wyoming THOMPSON, BERTHA Highland Park, Illinois THOMPSON, VIRGINIA Gainesville, Texas THOMSON, MILDRED Denver, Colorado THORNTON, LUCILE Kearney, Nebraska TOPPING, BARBARA MARY Boulder, Colorado TOWNSEND, BARBARA ...Casper, Wyoming TOWNSEND, RUTH Sycamore, Illinois TUNE, BETTY JEAN Boulder, Colorado UMBACH, ANN Winnetka, Illinois VanDERVORT, JIM Edgewater, Colorado VanFRADENBURG, jean Manassa, Colorado VOHS, FRANCIS DOROTHY Santa Fe.N.Mex. VON HOLTZ, MARION Chicago, Illinois FRESHMEN Howie ' s Barbara Carlson. 123 The " Delta Doorknobs. " FRESHMEN VonWYL, MARGARET Denver, Colorado WADLEIGH, EILEEN Seaton, Illinois WAGGENER, MARJORIE Denver, Colorado WALKER, MARVEL _ Erie, Colorado WALTER, RUDY.. Denver, Colorado WARD, DONNA MARIE Holly, Colorado. WARD, JOYCE ..Chicago, Illinois WARNER, JEANNE Dayton, Ohio WARNER, MARY EDNA Fort Lupton, Colorado WATSON, ELEANOR Arcadia, California WATSON, WINIFRED Pocatello, Idaho WATT, TOM ... Boulder, Colorado WEBER, KATHRIN.. Denver, Colorado WENZEL, CAROL -. Denver, Colorado WHITWELL, JEAN Tulsa, Oklahoma WIER, VIRGINIA _ Beaumont, Texas WILKUS, MARY Detroit, Michigan WILLIAMS, ELLIS, JR Houston, Texas WILLIAMS, JANE Rocky Ford, Colorado WILLS, BARBARA Denver, Colorado WINFREY, WILLIAM, JR Limon, Colorado WINSLOW, WARDELL Palo Alto, California WIRTH, MARILYN Oak Park, Illinois WOLF, HOWARD E. Grand Junction, Colo. WOODRUFF, HUBERT W. .... Scarsdale, N. Y. WOODS, KITTIE . . Huntington Park, California WOODWORTH, DORIS W. .. Fort Collins, Colo. WORTH, BARBARA Denver, Colorado WRIGHT, ROSEMARY River Forest, Illinois YOUNG, NANCY. Fort Scott, Kansas 124 LAW SCHOOL Front row: L. Cloepfil, B. Wunnicke, O. Brown, M. Yeager, K. Freed, E. G. Ristle, V. Biering. Second row: L. Kieffer, P. Dillow, G. Creamer, L. Freeman, A. Cohen, H. Ruse. Third row: K. Mundt, M. Bosley, W. Rusk, Bill Wilson, B. Margolis, H. Hard- man, C. Dosh. Fourth row: D. Prismon, W. Atkinson, J. Davis, C. Buchler, P. Watson, F. Shermack. Fifth row: A. Green, J. Goodwin, M. Kikel, W. L. Nunnery. Officers BILL WILSON . President KATHRYN FREED Vice-President VIOLA BIERING Secretary and Treasurer The Student Bar Association of the Law school has been more active this year than they have in previous years. Rocky Mountain Law Review has been pubhshed twice this year in comparison to the four times usually published in previous years, but during the war most of the law schools in other states have quit publishing their law magazine entirely. The honoraries have been inactive this year. 125 SCHOOL OF MEDICINE SENIORS Officers ROBERT B. SHELBY President GORDON M. WHEELER Vice-President RICHARD T. HUNTER Secretary-Treasurer Top row, left to right: J. R. Husted, G. M. Wheeler, W. H. Wierman, K. W. Dumars, E. P. Elzi, G. O. Roberts, R. T. Hunter, H. E. Kicenski. Third row: E. A. Shelby, B. W. Bennion, R. E. Boyle, F. W. Watkins, N. Bograd, C. J. Hauptman, B. H. Berrey, M. J. McCallum, W. T. Wikle, M. R. Lubchenco, J. A. Edwards. Second row: D. M. Atkins, R. M. duRoy, L. J. Mickey, W. D.Millett, J. A. Philpott, V. M. Lockard, J. T. Taguchi, H. C. Cowen, W. Honaker, T. L. Williamson. Bottom row: G. M. Dunklee, P. E. Dunklee, A. V. Myatt, L. M. Shields, R. C. Stocks, E. B. Flanagan, W. E. Cohenour, C. H. Alexander, G. B. Perkins, C. H. Hunter, R. R. Trainor. 126 JUNIORS Officers JAMES M. BARBER PAUL L. LEYDA .... President Vice-President HELEN E. HOLT ......Secretary-Treasurer Student Honor Committee Chairman LOREN J. MICKEY THOMAS W. INMON ...Senior PAUL C. WETZIG Junior WILLIAM H. WEIDMAN Sophomore LEE A. STEEL Freshman Top row, left to right: L. Pfefer, J. P. Clark, F. E. Richards, E. H. Levine, J. R. Cunningham, T. A. Earth, E. B. Liddle, Jr., R. J. Reitemeier, W. R. Jacobson, J. L. Lightburn, M. B. Rider, J. S. McMillen, P. L. Leyda, Jr., W. J. Hills. Second row: J. W. Barber, C. I. Gibbon, F. C. Stiles, M. D. Bivens, F. L. Bowling, H. E. Holt, A. Wolfson, B. E. Campbell, W. A. Schoen, M. H. Powell, Jr., R. M. Smith, D. L. Moody, D. L. Parker. Third row: E. C. Beatty, Jr., C. V. Zarlengo, C. H. Kelsall, R. J. Gladmen, S. I. Sato, E. A. Roberts, D. R. L. Duncan, M. N. Towbin, R. A. Smith, Jr., J. D. Whitaker, R. D. Mertz. 127 SOPHOMORES Officers DAVID E. BATES President JAMES E. STRAIN Vice-President DORIS M. ROWE _ _ Secretary-Treasurer Top row, left to right: P. F. McCallin, J. C. Tyor, R. J. Johnson, J. A. Witt, G. J. Bronfin, A. J. Shwayder, N. D. Sanborn, J. D. Abrums, C. J. Blackwood, G. H. Jardine, N. E. Brinkhaus. Third row: D. W. Sinton, E. F. Blatnick, R. C. Troy, R. G. Phillips, F. L. Strieker, W. E. Hoyle, M. S. Hoffman, S. Rothenberg, E. W. Saslaw, A. R. Olsen, W. D. Peterson, G. S. Smith. Second row: C. A. Monroe, M. R. Alberg, F. J. Williams, R. A. Bartel, J. C. Yockey, J. H. Miller, W. H. Ryder, G. B. Kent, Jr., R. F. Malone, E. E. Mueller, W. G. Hopkins. Bottom row: J. L. Riggall, J. S. Moutt, M. Gelfman, G. G. Balderston, J. E. Strain, D. M. Rowe, D. E. Bates, W. H. Weidman, C. T. Collopy, V. C. Stein, R. R. Tipton, F. J. Cozzetto. FRESHMEN Officers JAMES B. DUMM C. JACK RAYBURN President .Vice-President MARY LOUISE BARBER Secretary-Treasurer Top row, left to right: K. N. Owens, D. B. Barber, W. F. Anderson, R. L. Johnson, S. A. Castellano, C. C. Edwards, H. M. Proctor, J. T. Craighead, R. V. Elliott, M. E. Lawrence, R. E. Carlton, R. A. Thomas, D. J. Berman, R. G. Ireland. Fourth row: S. E. Trueblood, P. Podmajersky, J. L. Pollock, J. A. Gallagher, R. A. MacHaffie, J. E. Jacques, H. Crebbin, K. C. Francis, D. H. Boal, D. A. Turner. Third row: H. C. Cosand, L. Breslaw, C. W. Streamer, D. W. Clouser, R. L. Nelson, J. B. Tully, H. E. Thompson, S. N. Goodman, W. A. Huttner, H. M. Rupp, L. J. Duman. Second row: K. Wyatt, Jr., J. B. Dumm, D. K. Perkin, W. R. Knox, R. L. Leon, G. R. Hanson, W. A. Treat, P. W. Yardy, D. D. Hagerman, K. W. Edmark, Jr., M. L. Barker, F. D. Riggs. Bottom row: J. H. Humphries, J. L. Lovitt, C. B. McCrory, E. D. McNeil, F. F. StangI, B. E. Robinson, L. A. Steele, F. A. Nicoletti, G. E. Scott, B. T. Bloom. SCHOOL OF NURSING BOULDER DIVISION First row: Lambrecht, Gahm, Hubbard, Scoles, Clark, Willman, Sack, Stromquist, Christiansen, Stephens, Bausch. Secotid row: Gabardi, Foster, Platz, Williams, Smith, Pahljina, Betty, Brower, Nakamura, Sakaguchi, Mastripolito, Grismore. Third row: Finch, Mullen, Campbell, Griffin, Reini, Kelso, Yoshida, Leonard, McKeever, Mastripolito, Sample. Fourth row: Schultze, Bromm, Koch, Juhl, Fish, BoIIes, Michaels, Mohrman, Gardner, Parker, Busselle. Fijth row: D. Ward, Swanson, Freeman, Link, McPhail, Glanville, Nelson, McCauiey, B. Ward, Harman, Brady. Sixth row: Graduate Nurses: Lima, Wiseman, Pitts, Carpenter, Blumstein, Nelson, Evans, Statton, Zohn, Wilson, Turner, Rowlands. Graduate! not in picture: Carroll, Frye, Ferraro, Grimes, Harris, HofF, V. Johnson, Kline, Knutson, Newby, Roll, Russell, Schleicher, Stamm, Sugano. Undergraduates not in picture: Anderson, Back, Bell, Bridges, Brown, Brumback, Cartlton, Coolidge, Courtney, Cox, Flanders, Frosheiser, Gachman, Grotbeck, Hoover, Howard, G. Johnson, M. Johnson, Jones, Krueger, Laws, McCuistion, Mitchell, Mori, Mount, Panabaker, Parkhill, Quiller, Rissdale, Salzman, Shimon, Silvernale, Spohr, Stahl, Stark, Stempin, Tilson, J. Ward, Wiedman, Wright, Younglund, Willi, Wilson, Paisley. Nursing Majors Association Officers MARY EARHART President ■ BARBARA CARPENTER Vice-President JEAN KELSO Secretary THEO GABARDI Treasurer MRS. H. A. LOUGHRAN, MRS. P. P. COULTER Faculty Advisors WINIFRED EVANS Graduate Chairman JOYCE BETTY Sophomore Chairman JANET BOLLES Freshman Chairman The year 1944-45 has seen nurses from the University of Colorado School of Nursing in all phases of nursing directed toward the health of our nation both here and on the fighting fronts. The United States Cadet Nurse Corps program on the Boulder Campus and in the hospital division at Denver is educating nurses to take positions with the armed forces, to care for civilians, and to educate and lead the nurses of the future. The post-professional courses are educating graduate nurses to serve in nursing educa- tion and public health programs. The Nursing Majors Association is organized in two branches and includes a membership of approximately 370 undergraduate degree students and 100 graduate students. 129 SCHOOL OF NURSING DENVER DIVISION Student Association Officers CORA MAE CRISMAN President IRENE ENNIS Vice-President MAXINE PARKS Secretary BENARDA MEEHAN Treasurer a ass Class Representatives CORA MAE CRISMAN IRENE ENNIS CHARLENE STRATTON CAROL KESSEY Senior, Section I Senior, Section II Junor, Section I Junior, Section II Sophomore, Section I KATHERYN JENKINS Sophomore, Section II MILDRED HUDSON Faculty Sponsors EDITH HOFF ARLINE MAGNUSSON MARY CHARLTON HALCIE BOYER CYNTHIA VAN BLARCOM ELIZABETH HARRIS SENIORS Jean Byrd, Cora Mae Crisman, Irene Ennis, Eleanor Evans, Lois Hemler, Elizabeth Hill, Ella Hine, Jane Jones, Mary Knerr, Caroline Kondo, Sumiko Kumabe, Benarda Meehan, Lorraine Myatt, Zoe Newman, Elsie Nickel, Edna Nickel, Maxine Parks, Louise Ramsey, Marion Ruble, Eva Sakamoto, Hannah Sakamoto, Nancy Shank, Nellie Van Doren, Lois Webber, Loraine Wencel. V . -Mm. A Mm L JL 130 ' S _ « :?i I T " 9 f ' JUNIORS, Section 1 and 2 Top row: Nakagawa, Byrd, Stephenson, Shimizu, Swenson, Heter, Foot, Fields, Cottrell, Fish. Second row: Britt, Witbeck, Penland, Brown, Hellbusch, Curtis, Hurja, Parks, Smith, Hogarth, LaSalle. Bottom row: Dudley, Tennille, Underman, Zurick, Curtze, Cheney, Hutton, Grissom, Tanita, Powell. SOPHOMORES, Section 1 II J 1 op tow: NX ' oodbury, Price, Davis, Hirama, Hammerstrom, Anderson. Jenkins. Second row: Bart, Van Valkenburgh, McCord, McDaniel, Marcy, Porter, Burns. Bottom row: Dinsmore, Nichols, Bladholm, Green, Koenig, Dicks, Collins. SOPHOMORES, Section 2 Top row: Ress, Snow, Hudson, Thomas, Roberts, Rueggeberg. Second row: Kiehna, Carnahan, Buettel, Barker, Walker. Bottom row: Swan, Fordham, Lockhart, Marshall, Hupfer, Boozer. SCHOOL OF BUSINESS Officers JANE MOORE President PERSIS EMMETT Vice-President DAURINE WEISS .- Secretary GLORIA DE TAR Treasurer JOAN PRATT . Junior Representative CHAUNCEY FRISBIE Junior Representatire KEITH MILLER Junior Representative DOROTHY GREENO, MARTHA GRIFFITHS, AND DERALD WHITING FILLED VACANCIES. This year the " B " school faculty and students took time out from the study of stocks and from balancing the books to make merry at the Fall Frolic, a western party with cider, roulette, square- dancing, and fortune-telling. The annual banquet also was a gala affair; the program included presen- tation of Business School awards. Active organizations are Beta Gamma Sigma, scholastic society. Beta Alpha Psi, accounting fra- ternity, and Beta Sigma, business sorority. The Ticker Tape, a special publication dis- tributed at the banquet, and the Blotter a periodical, are the School ' s newspapers. Student affairs are administered by the Board of Directors, composed of four senior officers and three junior representatives. 132 BEAUTY QUEENS 133 OUR JUDGE Our thanks to Harry Conover for judging the beauty queens for our 1945 COLO RAD AN. His experience and ability in picking beautiful women for his famous modeling agency prompted us to choose him as our judge. His choices appear on the following pages. 134 tvO» ttVe 1_ vn ?- tve Hl [ } T ; t CO etv 135 i • itvtv ' 136 ,1 ' 137 ll ' a»f ! ' etv 138 eKS .lie ' e« 139 norma jean casper honorable mention deborah love honorable mention 14U LIFE AT C. U. 141 Lifi HDP ON - BUrrQ BOND mamamm At Stevie and her man, yum, um 142 You never know what you ' re going to see around here! Th 143 Lih 144 I c u 145 You know — final week 146 Happen Reflections of a Chi O. formal D. G ' . justa playin ' like mad 147 148 149 What you can ' t do with a car! ' f ' i 150 Th Party % ■ ' ■ i ' t m ' ! ■ H 9 S ' " il J im L. 1 1 flki ' 1 V B { H kW i V iV vl 1 IT s%? 1 E : 1 So happv you could come . . w " m nft. .lA 151 Lifi at c u 152 ACTIVITIES V .M. 153 Adele Editor ....._. ._ ADELE QUARNBERG Associate Editor PAT PARIS Assistant Editors Fraternities and Sororities - CATHERINE DOUDEN Class Section JANE MULLER Administration JOAN MULLER Organizations MARGUERITE ECHTERNACH Sports .... -.. .- ROGER GORMAN Life at C. U MARTY WILLIAMS Typing and Copy BETTY HASKINS Art BARBARA McKIMM Sub-Editors Activities.. JO DIMES, MARY LOIS PENCE Women ' s Sports JACKIE BROQUET The 1945 COLORADAN Although the 1945 Coloradan went to press amid wartime restrictions of materials, it is my sincere hope that you may still find a true reflection of the days spent at Boulder. It is the purpose of the book to depict all phases of campus life — may you find the realization of such a purpose. My thanks go to Janie, Joannie, Cathy, Marguerite, Roger, Marty, Jackie, Jo, Mary Lois, and Betty for the wonderful job they have done. Without their wholehearted cooperation the task could not have been completed. Staff Members Elaine Anderson, Peggy Brown, Cynthia Clerrent, Frances Fields, Bonnie Jane Forsberg, Ninelle Hopkins, Jane Ladegard, Harriet Montgomery, Arlene Shea, Frances Brown, Marjorie Nitsch, Mary Sue Rich, Dorothy Martz, Helen Grafe, Phyllis Lee, Ruth Ann Hayes, Phyllis Biggs, Joan Lillengren, Nancy Slayton, Betty Jo Martin, Millicent Anderson, Elaine Bush, Jean Williams, Kathleen Andrew, Patricia St. Claire, Holly Ruth, Koe Reddinger, Lillian Niell, Jackie Vermillion, Martha Huggins, Joan Johnson, Jean Young, Jack Chew, Ray Clough, Bill Falkenberg, Tom Cline, Pat Haverty, Joan Olds, Margaret Maier, Hope Burgoin, Rosalie Lowe, Helen Bigelow, Mary Mantz, Joan Brown, Larry Strand, Mollie McCauley, Bobbie Ward, Shirley Gilliland, Betty McKeever. 154 COLORADAN Business Staff Business Manager DAURINE WEISS Associate Business Manager MARCIA FARLEY Collections Managers HELEN DUNN, DOROTHY BEEMAN Sales Manager JANET BACHMAN Accountant ....TUPPER SMITH Advertising Manager HERB COOK Office Manager ,ANNE HYLAN Staff Members June McCabe, Joan Powell, Mary Warner, Mary Van Horn, Bettie Mickle, Carol Broughton, Marie Self, Maxine Scott, Lou Reed, Mary Alice Bunting, Jane Eroddy, Anne Epeneter, Mary Smith, Mary Jeffords, Lincoln Klaver, Hershel Sedalnick, Mary Anna Price, Polly Keyes, Mary Alice Chambers, Anna Ruth Poppin, Joan Miller, Ellen Hylan, Marge Waggener, Jackie Mueller, Mary Lou Nissen, Shirley Greenhalgh, Lucy Thorton, Joanne Daly, Harriet Patton, Gail Johnson, Ruth Gremmels, Alvah Garvin, Sheila Dryden, Nancy Lee, Millie Johl, Shirley Riggenbach, Phyllis Casey, Shirley Gilliland, Sally Link, Mary Arnold, Priscilla McCabe, Jean Stanton, Jerry Proctor, Patty Donovan, Elaine LeRoy, Jean Rampage, Carolyn Recht, Pat Graf, Mary Catherine Beynon, Joyce Robinson, Mary Pat James, Marjorie Bowyer, Marion von Hoist, Barbara Millikan, Barbara Hutchingson, Virginia Elliott, Marjorie Pryor, Jean Whitwell. 155 THE SILVER AND GOLD News Staff Members Nov. ' 44-June ' 45 The Silver and Gold, published every Tuesday and Friday, is the campus newspaper dedicated to the best interests of the University of Colorado and to intelligent, complete reporting of University activities. Headliners this year were the Bond Wagon, commission ' s rejuvenation. Artist Series productions, CU Days, an d Dr. Gustavson ' s resignation. The paper has alternated between a full sized and a tabloid form according to the direction of the business office and its advertising staff. Offices of the paper are in the basement of Memorial. W.7or— BETTY RICH Associate Editor— ADELYN STRAIT News Editor—SVE GASSER City Editor— IRENE OLSON Society Editor— XENIA STANLEY Sports Editor— LEN PERLMUTTER Assistant News Editor— REES BEHRENT, BETTY LINGER News Assistants— ADELE QUARNBERG, DONA HARBISON, BARBARA YOUNG News Reporters— RVTHANN HAYES, ANN FREEMAN, BETTY LOU MUTH, MARGARET HILL, LEON OLSON, ELAINE BUSH, JOHNNIE PURCHARD, BILLIE BOYLE, MIRIAM MILLER, JOANN SCHEMMEL, JEAN HAWKINS, VARTA DUKAS, MARGARET HALL, ELAINE HERRICK, D. J. KYES, PAULINE ROBY, ALYCE JEAN HEFFNER, ROSEMARY WRIGHT Sports Reporters-RAY CLOUGH, DICK KINCADE, TUPPER SMITH, JOE O ' KEEFE, JACK CHEW, JACK GNADINGER, LELAND HUTTNER Society Assistants— JOAN LILLENGREN, JOANNE LANG Society Reporters— ]ANE HOWARD, PAT JOFFEE, MARY GRILLS, MARTY HUGGINS, NINA JOHNSTON, DEBBY LOVE, ALLENE AGOR, MARGE NITSCH, BECKY YODER Secretary to the Editor— SHIRLEY KRIER Exchange Secretary— MARJORIE PINAMONT 156 SILVER AND GOLD Business Staff MARION KING Busines! Manager HOPE BURGOIN ...AJverlising Managers BARBARA BOWERS iH MARIE WILSON Collections Manager MARTIN WILLIAMS Accountant LOIS MORELOCK ..Secretary _ - JOAN OLDS ..Distribution Manager Jf Assistants: Solicitors: If MARY WARE EILEEN DAVIS , f ' ' MARGARET WALLING MARILYN McCABE LILLIAN NEILL PAT McMANN p, ANNETTE MAZON MARY LOU CONNALLY " ™ - ' LOIS UNFUG MARY COOK CATHY BUTTO BARBARA McCARTHY HARRIET McPHAIL PAT WEST BEVERLY BOSTON MELVIN DINNER RUTH STERLING MARIANNA CARTER The Silver Gold business staff carried on as usual with the never failing two issues a week. The paper varied with tabloid to the regular size editions. The number of papers was raised from 2,700 to 3,000. The paper has National Advertising Service as well as Denver and Boulder advertisers. A new faculty distribution system has been organized which has proved very effective. 157 DODO Editorial Staff JIM McCOY _.. Editor JOHN C. BENTLEY Office Mgr. LAWRENCE STRAND Art Editor BILL FRANKLIN Cartoonist COLEY NEWMAN REES BEHRENT Contributors JOHN COFFIN Photographer JACKIE SALIBA .. Fashion Editor PHYLLIS SULC TED SCHMIDT ELLEN HYLAN Contributors Business Staff JOAN ALLEN Manager BEVERLY CARSON Asst. Mgr. BARBARA MEADOWS BARBARA FENCER Advertising Managers ELOISE PRESLEY MARY LOU CUSHING Circulation Managers PAT GERLACK ..Mailing CLAIRE COLLINS DOTTIE BEEMAN Collection Managers GLORIA SEITZ _ - Exchange Editor The Dodo has done its share in adding a bit of spark to the humorous side of campus life. This year ' s most popular features have been candid viewpoints on favorite hangouts, pastimes, and social events of the University along with, write-ups on student activities and oddities. It has presented a bird ' s eye view of student campaigns and con- tests; and the publication would not be complete without its jokes and humorous stories that dd so much for keeping up student morale. Other Members DEBBIE LOVE NONNIE WAGNER PHYLLIS CURRIER BERTHA THOMPSON NANCY STRADER BARBARA BOWERS MARJORIE BARTRAM BARBARA MILLIKAN ROSALIE LOWE JOYCE RIERDON JANE THOMAS GLENYS GARRETT JACKIE BLANCH NANCY HOLTZMAN General Staff MARY ALFORD GLORIA DEMMON SHIRLEY DINNER MARCIA FARLEY ALICE HEFFNER BOBBIE HOUSTON MARY HUGHES MARY JEAN MALVANEY ANN MASON MARJORIE VINING 158 WINDOW Editorial Staff £ or— SUZANNE WILSON Associate Editor— COLBY NEWMAN Art Editor— JOAN WELLS Faculty v»or— JOSEPH COHEN Business Staff Business Manager— JONATHAN MARSHALL Advertising Manager— JANET BACHMAN Circulation Manager— PAT FLANAGAN, MARGARET HALL Staff MARY JEAN COOPER, JEAN HAWKINS, ANN WILLIAMS, NANCY LOUISE SMITH, NANCY STRADER, DEBBY LOVE, ELAINE HERRICK, BETH ANDREWS, LOIS PITTINGER, EDITH CHAN, NANCY STERRIT, POLLY SELF, PAT AUGER, ANNETTE MAZZONE, LU STEPHENS, NANCY WAGNER, GLORIA GIDDES, JOANNE SCHEMMEL, ADRIENNE HARMES, KEN HAMMEL, MARY CHAMBER- LAIN, D. GRUNON, J. MILLER, E. MARTZ This year the Window has undergone many changes for the better. The magazine has had pictures on the cover, a new format, pictures on the insides, and has been enlarged. Despite a delay in pubHcation, due to the paper shortage, sales have increased each term. The Window has again been put on a paying basis. The magazine has had many new contributors during the past year and has attempted to give all students a chance to publish their work. 159 COLORADO ENGINEER Business Staff DENZIL PAULI, Manager PHIL MORGAN HERBERT HUBBARD BOB VANDERGRIFT WENDELL McLaughlin shirley bell Editorial LOUISE WILSON, Editor DON BRERETON DON AHRENDT JIM MILLER ELLIS WILLIAMS RAY HOWE DICK JONES WALT WHEELER JOE POWELL The Colorado Engineer has put out a different type of magazine this year than they put out formerly. The first edition this year was of the old type, but the other three that have been published have been of the new type. The second edition was on new equipment in the laboratories, the third was written by the Tau Beta Pi, the last issue was on various engineering activities, cuts, and important people in the Engineering school. The Colorado Engineer is published twice every semester. 1 - r- JiSf HS St I 160 KNOTS AND FATHOMS Faculty Advisor— LT. E. P. MILLS EMtor-in -Chief— ROBERT VEN UTI Business M anager—MORTOU RECHNITZ, JR. Assistant £: ,7orj— CLAYTON ROSS, JERRY WETTER- BORG, LEWIS SATCHER Staff Photographer— HAROLD REESE Cartoonists— ELWIN RILEY, HOWARD BOYINGTON, WILLARD JONES, BOB WEST Editorial Associates WESLEY BARKER DON CAMPBELL IRWIN DeGROOTE WALTER FAIRFAX HUGH FOWLER RICHARD HANSON HUGH HOY MATHEW JEFFRIES DICK KINCADE HARRY KIPPS LOUIS KLINGELHOFFER OTTO KRUEGER ORVIL MOORE KEITH RUSSEL EDWARD SANDERS JOHN WALLACE Business Associates JOHN BECK JOHN BLACK FRANCIS (TEX) FOX CLAIR FREEMAN JOHN HUSSA JACK LeBARON JOHN LUNDIN JOSEPH MAHON TED WARSHAUER HENRY WINTER MERLE ZIMMERMAN The Knots and Fathoms is the official pubhcation of the Naval R. O. T. C. Unit of the University of Colorado. The publication contains news of the unit, including its outstanding members, new officers, activities, and sports. Character sketches, cartoons, and jokes com- plete the book by adding a humorous touch. The maga- zine will soon be enlarged to cover the V-12, as well as the R. O. T. C. Congratulations Knots and Fathoms on your fourth successful year. 161 LITTLE THEATER 162 LITTLE THEATER Officers of Players Club BONNIE SCOTT _ _ _ President ROBERT LOPER Vice-President JANET FARRAND ..__._ Secretary This year the players club presented six of the most outstanding plays pre- sented on the University of Colorado campus for several years. The plays varied in types from the most uproarious comedy, to the most touching tragedy. The season opened with " The Cradle Song " directed by E. J. West. The story centered around Teresa, an orphan, who was taken into a convent and raised there by the nuns. Janet Farrand, as Teresa; Chuck Hutchinson, as Don Jose; and the rest of the cast; truly opened the Little Theater season with an outstanding production. " Miss Elizabeth Bennet, " another play directed by Mr. West, was one of the more entertaining plays. This play was based on Jane Austin ' s " Pride and Prejudice. " The leading roles were por- trayed by: 163 LITTLE THEATER August brought the unforgettable tragedy " Romeo and Juliet. " This, was the first play ever to be presented in the Mary Rippon Theater, and because of its location, the scenery was more than beautiful with the moon and stars as background. James Sandoe, the director. his production crews, and the cast did an excellent job of presenting the play. Suzanne Wilson portrayed the part of Juliet, and Paul Shermack was seen in the role of Romeo. Dr. William DeSouchet and Mable Borgmann were co-stars in " The Skin of Our Teeth, " a cosmic fable, directed by Mr. West. This was a most excep- tional production because the moving- picture booth, orchestra pit, storage space below stage, and the fly above stage, as well as the stage space were used. 164 LITTLE THEATER ,P(j Robert Dierlam directed " Blind Alley, " the fifth play of the season to be pre- sented by the players club. In the lead- ing roles were: Bonnie Scott, as Doris; Bob Loper, as Dr. Shelby; Paul Sher- maclc, as Hal Wilson; and Suzanne Wilson, as Mazis Stoner. The season ended with Janet Farrand staring in " Major Barbara. " This comedy was very successful because of its strong human appeal and its rounded characters. Mr. West directed this play. 165 RED CROSS Faculty Sponsor— MISS THERESE STENGEL Chmrman— BARBARA GRAVES Camp and Hospital Committee— Chairman— ELIZABETH GORDON, MARJORIE ELLEN PRYOR, MARY ALICE BUNTING Entertainment Committee— Co-Chakman— MILDRED EDMUNDSON, PAT BURTON Publicity Chairman— JEAN HAWKINS Secretary— MARGARET OSIER Treasurer— EVA JEAN OLSON Drive Chairman— Sorormes—]OAN PRATT Freshmen Dorms— MARGARET RHIN- HART Independents— JEAN HAWKINS STAFF ASSISTANTS MARY ALICE BUNTING JOANNE BUSSELLE EILEEN CHARLESWORTH EILEEN DAVIS DANA DAVIS ESTELLE DOYLE CHARLOTTE ENEVOLDSEN RUTH FULTON ANN GOOD MARJORIE GORDON HELEN GRAFE EMADA GRISWOLD FLORENCE HART JEAN HAWKINS LURA HAYWARD PEGGY HOUSE BARBARA HUTCHINSON SHIRLEY KRIER ELEANOR JAMES ELAINE LeROY LILLIAN ANN NEILL THELMA PALMER ANN PESCHKE ELOISE PRESLEY MARJORIE PRYOR DOROTHY REEDER SHIRLEY RIGGENBACH NAOMI SCHAMUS ADDIE MAY SMITH MARY WARNER LENORE WILLIAMS PHYLLIS VERPLOEG 166 RED CROSS Perhaps the most outstanding work of the Red Cross College Unit was the collection of 2400 during the organization ' s national war fund drive. The Camp and Hospital committee did worthwhile work. They collected ninety Christmas boxes for sailors overseas. Also several hundred books and magazines, records, and Bingo prizes were sent to the Denver camps and hospitals. Furnishing day rooms at Fitzsimons and Fort Logan was the principle work of the recreation committee. A new project was that of sending entertainment in the way of variety shows composed of campus talent to Fitzsimons Hospital each month. This year 32 staff assistants were trained. Classes were also offered in home nursing, motor mechanics, standard and advanced first aid. The usual annual benefits were held such as the University Women ' s clubs sponsor ' s benefit bridge party, the Veteran ' s dance during the drive, and the University Women ' s Club carnival. Since the college unit was organized in 1943, it has done invaluable work, and this year was no exception. 167 WOMEN ' S BAND -4)f •- .% •aj » The Women ' s Band has an enrollment of ninety-one members — the largest co-ed band in the nation. This group rehearsed and appeared as an independent organization, combining with the Men ' s Band to put on between halves demonstrations at football games, and shared the other types of a ppearances with the Men ' s Band. The drum major was Jane Crockett. The band made a total of thirty-five appear- ances during the year. The Concert Band of 120 players is com- posed of both men and women. 168 MEN ' S BAND The Men ' s Band with an enrollment of eighty members performed for reviews, foot- ball games, basketball rallies, and smokers. The drum major was Carleton Randleman, a senior NROTC student. The assistant drum major was Loy Ledbetter, a V-12 student. Ojficers for the combined bands: President — - — Art Truitt, Paul Schull Vice-President- -Mary Ware, Bob Adams Secretary Paul Schull, Nadine Foster Treasurer Jiineva Brown, Patricia St. Clair Stajf Members: Head Librarian Ira Lee Assistant Librarian Juneva Brown, Nadine Foster Manager John Elftwan " The Bandman " Editor Mary Jane Towse Assistant Director.. Randall Spicer Director Hugh McMillan 169 UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA The university orchestra has completed another successful year of fine concerts which proved enjoyable to all who attended. A highlight of one of the first concerts was a presentation of the " Brandenburg Concerto " by Bach. The number is one seldom attempted by a college group, but the group gave an outstanding performance. The string ensemble attended a conference held in Denver of The Colorado Music Educators Association where it presented a number of selections for national music ducators. MADRIGAL SINGERS A group of 12 singers wearing English folk costumes compose the choir known as the Madrigal Singers. Seated around a table adorned with burning candles, they sing English madrigals and folk songs which are so popular among the English and many of which are also favorite American songs. The highlight of activities this year was a special feature in the " Winter Concert " in which they gave a splendid performance. 170 UNIVERSITY CHOIR The University Choir, directed by Mr. Warner Imig, has contributed greatly to the outstanding musical entertainment on the campus. It started the year with a stirring presentation of the " Messiah " in which 250 voices participated. Another highlight was the " Winter Concert, " in which the Boulder High School and the University Madrigal Singers combined with the choir in singing a number of favorite songs. The second half of the program included excerpts from the Gilbert and Sullivan selection, " The Pirates of Penzance. " The climax of the season was a presentation of the popular Victor Herbert operetta, " Sweethearts. " It was the first musical comedy ever presented in the university and proved to be a great success. 171 ARTIST The Artist Series for this year has attained even greater suc- cess than before in its annual presentations. Many of the concerts given were by nationally popular artists who were starred in previous artist series. The committee in charge of securing these artists and handling the presentation of them was also fortunate in securing several new performers who delighted Colorado Uni- versity audiences. The famed artists appearing on this year ' s concert series were: Jan Peerce, noted tenor; Anne Brown, Negro soprano; Josef Hoff- man, one of the world ' s most famous pianists; the Adolf Busch Little Symphony; the famed Russian Don Cossack Chorus under the direction of Serge Jaroff, and Paul Draper and Larry Adler, outstanding dancer and harmonica player who have pleased audi- ences several times before. To add to the usual performances, sev- eral extra programs were presented: Tito Guizar, famous South American singer; " Porgy and Bess, " an operetta presenting some of George Gershwin ' s most loved pieces; " The Gypsy Baron " starring Brenda Lewis and Richard Tyrol, and a crowning end-of-the-season success, " Othello, " starring Paul Robson and a New York cast. 172 SERIES Student Committee DON RAMSTETTER JEANNE MARIE BOYLE DOII ANN DAILY LOU HICKMAN IVA ANNELLE LINDSAY MARY SUE RICH FRANCES BROWN ANNE HYLAN ROBERT LOOK . JOE LOOPER ' ■mm Faculty Committed MR. LOF— Chairman DEAN DUNHAM PROFESSOR GEORGE REYNOLDS PROFESSOR PAUL THOIWIPSON PROFESSOR PAUL FAYE STEWART HILL— Business - VERNON LOUGHRAN— Publicity . 173 DEBATE The Forensic Association, in its. fifty-third year of organiza- tion, carried out a program adjusted to war conditions. In compliance with requests to curtail travel, only one inter- collegiate conference was engaged in, the sessions of the Colorado- Wyoming Conference held at Fort Collins on " Dum- barton Oaks. " The Rocky Mountain League meetings, sched- uled to have been at C. U. during the year, were not held. Two series of radio programs on such subjects as " A Health Program for Colorado, " and " Problems on the Returned Vet- eran, " were broadcast over Denver stations and eight other stations in the Rocky Mountain area. The Speakers Union, in addition to its regular meetings, held a number of open meet- ings on campus and international questions. The largest at- tendance occurred at a session on " Greek Letter Societies. " The Extension Speakers appeared before granges, clubs, and other community organizations. The popular question was " Amendments Before the Voters. " Members of DELTA SIGMA RHO— National Honorary Debating Society Members of the Forensic Association GEORGE CREAMER FRANCES KRACHA FACULTY MEMBERS: E. H. HENRIKSON E. W. HARRINGTON RICHARD MURPHY, Sponsor HELEN BOWER JAMES BULL BARBARA CARPENTER EDYTHE CHAN MAMIE CHASE MARY JEAN COOPER ANNA CORREA MARJORIE COX GEORGE CREAMER MARGARET DETWEILER JEANNE DILLOW THEODORE DRAKE L. E. DUNN J. K. EMERY WINIFRED EVANS ERWIN FEINSTEIN LESLIE FRIEDMAN RUTH GILLESPIE DOROTHY GREY PHYLLIS GROOMS WILLIAM GRUBBS JOHN GUERIN DONA HARBISON MEREDITY HARLAN STUART HARVEY RUTHANN HAYES GRETCHIN HILLNER BARBARA HUNGERFORD ELLEN R. HYLAN MARJORIE JONES POLLYANN CASTLE KITCHIN FRANCES KRACHA ANN KEARNS ROGER KRESS TINA FOTOPULAS BERNICE MARGOLIS JAMES McCLUSKY WILLIAM MARTINI BARBARA MEADOWS BLAINE MERCER RICHARD MORRIS AMY MULLEN DON MEGI CELESTE PARR DONALD RAMSTETTER MARJORIE JORDAN BARBARA RENTFRO BEATTY ROBINS IDA MAE ROBINS ALAN ROBISON BOB ROZELLE NANCY SHAW RICHARD SHAVER PAUL SHERMACK WORTH SHRIMPTON BARBARA SMALL PEGGY JEAN SMITH SUE SPRINGER FLORA STEIN JOHN STINTON ADELYN STRAIT MITSUE SUGANO JEANETTE TELLER THOMAS WEBB DAURINE WEISS ROSE WIESMAN BESS WINCHESTER ETTA WILLIAMS Faculty Sponsors DR. ELBERT W. HARRINGTON DR. RICHARD MURPHY Front row, left to right: Fotopoulos, Hayes, Chan, Grubbs, Hylan, Teller, Shaver, Correa, Jones, Harbison. Back, row, left to right: Murphy, Roszelle, Creamer, Harrington. 174 NAVY 175 V-12 The V-12 unit comprises a good proportion of the Navy on the C. U. campus. Men come from civilian life, from boot camp, and from fleet duty to take up studies here which will enable them to be commissioned after Midshipmen school. To stay with the unit a trainee must maintain a pass- ing grade average and indicate that V-12 he is exerting himself to the best of his ability. " Boot camp " awaits any V-12 who does not live up to such regulation. This unit, which has been here nearly two years, has already gradu- ated many men now actively engaged in using such training in the various theaters of the war. NROTC The first of the Naval units to arrive in Boulder, the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps, has proved its worth. Each semester many men are graduated as officers competent in naval science. Recently this unit has been enlarged with new men to re- place those graduated and with the 178 N.R.O.T.C. transfer of V-12 ' s to the N. R. O. T. C. unit. The Navy men living in McKenna Hall figure prominently in the various athletics and social activities of the University. Their balls are well known and enjoyed on the campus. LANGUAGE Since its advent in June, 1942, the Navy Language School has enlarged its scope to include training in other Asiatic languages along with the original Japanese. Under the guidance and teaching of those well-versed in each respective language, the officers have proved capable of learning the languages in LANGUAGE a much shorter period of time than was formerly thought necessary. C. U. has become accustomed to the strange tongues that may be heard almost any place or at any time. In- deed, we welcome the varied atmos- phere the Navy school has brought to the campus at Boulder. I B8S iy_i_i -__4R| QII i r ll ' -il K ;irf -. • ijA if i.T ' .«»$,»• • CIJ- ifl . ? ' SPORTS 1 183 FOOTBALL FRANK POTTS — Rightly deserving the award as Big Seven " Coach of the Year, " Frank Potts, last year ' s line coach, stepped into the position of Colorado University head football coach, left vacant when Jim Yeager resigned to accept a physical education post with the Navy, and proceeded to mold a championship football squad that defeated all opposition in the Big Seven. Colorado University ' s football team finished their 1944 season as Big Seven champs. The BufFs were un- defeated in college ranks and lost only to the top service teams in the Rocky Mountain region — Fort Warren and the Second Air Force Superbombers, who were one of the leading service teams of the nation. The Buff ' s season total was six won and two lost. Colorado holds victories over Denver University, Utah University, New Mexico University, Peru Naval V-12, and two victories over Colorado College, the regional champion last year. Several Buffs made All-Conference recognition. Bob West, back; John Fabling, guard; Dave Anderson, end, were unanimous choices, while Lemar Dykstra, back; Tom Broyles, tackle; Jim Oliver, center; and Stu Worden, back, were named on several All-Conferences which were published. Dick Lisco was also given hon- orable mention on all of these selections. Three out- standing men — Willard Miller, guard; Don Canfield, tackle; and Jim Price, back, were kept off the All- Conference teams because they were unable to play the last half of the season. Coach Frank Potts and his excellent staff deserve much praise for their work. The team showed through- out the season the fine coaching they received, So — Hats Off! to the champs. vSAft fflg OE 3a !§, 3S i3G 19 2a. 30 " " od Top Row: Barefield, Schobinger, Knievel, West, Miles, Pace, Fabling, Wolff, Albers, Broyles, Bennet. Second Row: Flanigan, Eldridge, Winter, Wilson, Price, Michelson, Clelland, Theiler, Schweiss, Farrand, Classen, Phillipson. Third Row: Coach Potts, Ecklund, Mickelson, Robertson, Miller, Peper, Daiss, Hardy, Koebel, Lisco, Woodall, Roccio. Fourth Row: Nelson, Evans, Knox, Dickey, Rautenstraus, Morrow, Oliver, Worden, Wuellner, Warshauer. Front Row: McKinley, Ulrich, Temple, Peters, Dykestra, Jindra, Anderson, A., Anderson, D. 184 Ft. Warren 7 Colorado University 6 mmssiMM kiiu The Fort Warren Broncs defeated the inexperienced Golden Buffs in the opening game of. the season before a good-sized crowd who saw the favorites win by a scant 7-6 margin in a hard-fought game. Fort Warren scored first, with the Buff marker coming on a touchdown pass to Lisco. Both tallies came in the first period. The second quarter started with an exchange of punts and Colorado drove to the opponent ' s one-yard line only to fumble and be pushed back. C. U. outplayed the Broncs in the second half, but just couldn ' t push the pigskin over. BOB WEST: Tagged as the finest back to don the Silver and Gold football togs since Ail-American " Whizzer " White, Bob West, playing his first season for C. U., was the backfield spark that sent the Buffs through an un- defeated conference schedule. West received All-American and All-Big Seven honors for his fine passing, kicking, and broken-field running. 185 iisSl Second Air Force 33 Colorado University 6 Piloted by All-American Glen Dobbs, the Second Air Force Superbombers of Colorado Springs, rated one of the top service teams in the country, took the Buffs into camp 33-6. Dobbs couldn ' t miss with his aerial thrusts, com- pleting twelve out of twelve passes. The visitors scored first on a lateral from the 11 -yard line, and led, 6-0, at the end of the first quarter. C. U. tied the game up with a pass from Evans to Bennet, but the flyers went out in front again on a Dobbs pass and were never headed. JAMES OLIVER: Given All-American honorable men- tion and first string center position on the All-Big Seven, Jim Oliver played a superb brand of football for the Buffs. All-City center from Franklin High School, Portland, Oregon, Jim entered Oregon State and played freshman football there before the V-12 program transferred him to C. U. 186 .1, Colorado University 26 Utah Colorado University trounced the Redskins from Utah University 26-0 in Salt Lake City. This was the third straight victory in two years over Utah, a traditional rival. This was the first victory of the year for the Golden Buffs after losing to two Army elevens. The game was marred by excess roughness and numerous penalties. Colorado ' s well-rounded attack was high-lighted by a successful passing attack which clicked to bring long gains. The blocking and tackling of the Buffs was the outstanding feature of the game. Bob West, Don Evans, and Jim Price were outstanding in the backfield. Jim Oliver, Willard Miller, Don Canfield, and John Fabling were outstanding in the line. STEWART WORDEN: Stu was first choice of the local sports writers to fill the fullback spot on the All-Big Seven Conference team for his display of blocking, place-kicking, and pulverizing line plunges. A hard charging back who consistently gained through the line, Worden packs 195 pounds spread proportionately over a 5 ' 10 " frame. 187 Colorado University 28 Colorado College Playing before a large Homecoming crowd in Norlin Stadium, the Buffaloes scored a brilliant 28-0 victory over Colorado College. Demonstrating their best offense to date by using a highly diversified attack, they held the previously successful offense of the Tigers in check. • Colorado wasted little time in scoring early in the game as Bob West and Jim Price led a ground attack to the Tiger 36 where a pass, West to Price, was completed for a touchdown. Stu Worden con- verted to make the score 7-0 at the half. West, Dick Morrow, and Don Evans scored touch- downs in the second half with runs of ninety-eight, seventy-three, and fifty-five yards respectively. Worden and Joe Dickey added the extra points. LEMAR DYKSTRA: Colorado ' s blocking back con- fronted Buff opposition with an impregnable wall, both on offense and defense, and his outstanding blocking blazed the trail for many a long run by the C. U. ball carriers. Dyke was selected All-Big Seven Conference back. Lightest man in the starting backfield, Dykstra weighs only 170 pounds and stands 5 ' 10 " . 188 Colorado University 40 Pern V42 12 The Buffs slaughtered Peru V-12 40-12 in the final home game of the season. The Peru eleven played a fight- ing game, but they were completely out-classed as Colorado made it four wins in a row. Both teams scored in the first stanza; however, in the second quarter the Buff ' s kept the ball in Peru ' s territory and scored another touchdown. The big gold machine really got rolling in the third quarter, piling over two more markers as Coach Potts sent in the second, third, and fourth teams to stem the tide. JOHN FABLING: John Fabling, N. R. O. T. C. senior, proved to be one of the finest guards in the Big Seven by annexing an All-Conference first string berth. Putting his 185 pounds behind every move, his blocking and tackling marked him as the most valuable Buffalo lineman. 189 Colorado University 39 New Mexico Colorado, a revamped team because of Navy and Marine graduations, overpowered New Mexico 39-0 at Pueblo. Bob West opened the scoring on the third offensive play in the first quarter for the Buffs with a 63-yard run. West scored two more touchdowns in the first half as the score stood 20-0 in the Buff ' s favor as the half ended. In the second half the Buffs continued their domina- tion of the play, and were constantly pounding at the Lobos ' goal line. The only threat of the Lobos came in the fourth quarter when the bench was cleared and the Lobos opened up with a barrage of passes. Dale Hardy scored in the third period. Don Evans scored the last two touchdowns for the Buffs. Stu Worden made three conversions. DAVE ANDERSON: A product of Billings High School, Montana, where he won All-State and conference honors, Dave transferred to C. U. from Oregon State with one year ' s experience on the freshman squad. Standing six feet-two and one-half inches tall and weighing 190, this N. R. O. T. C. student was a unanimous choice of local sports writers and news services for All-Big Seven first string end. ' ' - V 190 S! {.-M ' jiiWWKS mm Colorado University 40 Colorado College 6 The Buffaloes ran their winning streak to five in a row with a 40-6 victory over Colorado College. Colorado scored first on a sustained drive with Hardy driving over from the two. Hardy then ran an intercepted pass fifty yards to the Tiger 15 where West scored after four plays. Worden converted to make the score 14-0 at the half. Worden opened the scoring in the second half by crash- ing the Tiger line for a touchdown. A pass and lateral, West to Lisco to Worden, took the ball to the Tiger 5 where Hardy carried it over for the touchdown. Here the reserves poured into the game, but the touchdown parade continued with Schweiss and Dickey going over, RICHARD LISCO: Dick was on the receiving end of many a Buff pass this season as well as playing a remarkable defensive game at right end. With no previous collegiat e football experience, Dick made second string All-Big Seven end. A V-12 transfer from Colorado School of Mines, Lisco is six feet tall and weighs 170. m ..:. 1 ■v l 3 1 W J 1 191 Colorado University 16 Denver University 14 Twenty thousand football fans hied themselves to Den- ver ' s Hilltop Stadium Thanksgiving Day to watch the Golden Buffs capture the Big-Seven Conference title with a 16-14 win over previously unbeaten Denver U. The Pioneers drove to an early score and added the extra point to lead the Buffaloes, 7-0. Colorado then came back with a touchdown pass from West to Lisco. Stu Worden missed the extra point and Denver led, 7-6. Both teams scored again and converted, making it 14-13 at the half. A third period touchdown by Stu Worden was nullified by an offside penalty, moving the pigskin back to the sixteen. Undaunted, Worden calmly booted a 21 -yard place-kick which cleanly split the uprights and gave Colo- rado the necessary margin of victory. THOMAS BROYLES: Tom, V-12 student from San Angelo, Texas, came to Colorado University from Texas A. and M. with no football experience. Through his ag- gressive line work and stubborn defensive efforts, Tom made first string All-Conference tackle. He stands 5 ' 9 " , sans shoes, and weighs 185. 192 BASKETBALL Resuming basketball after a lapse of two years, Coach Frosty Cox ' s charges piled up an impressive list of wins, finishing second in the conference and registering victories over the region ' s leading in- dependents. With no returning lettermen with whom to work. Frosty started early by calling practice in August and then really getting down to work in November. By the time the season rolled around, the team looked good and was rated one of the favorites for the conference title. The boys lost their first game to Pepperdine College of Los Angeles, one of the finest teams in the country, but bounced back with a string of vic- tories that established them along with Utah as the top quintet of the conference. Then came the Brigham Young fiasco, and the Buffs were toppled from the league leadership. Since no games were scheduled with Utah, this one conference loss was sufficient to give the undefeated Utah outfit the title and place the Buffs second. First row, left to right: Akins, Meckel, Kasarri, Smith, K., Smith, T., McClain, Barnett, B., Barnett, K., Vavra. Second row, left to right: Ragsdale, Bartoe, Rawlins, Newton, Cox, Elefson, Ledbetter, Jorgensen, Davidson. 193 C. U. 36 Pepperdine 42 In the first game of the season the Buffaloes lost to George Pepperdine College from Los Angeles, 42-36. This was the third defeat that C. U. had faced in seven years in the field house. ' Colorado led only twice during the game — once in the opening minutes and again in the middle of the second half when center Ray Ellefson made the score 26-25. Striking back several times during the game, the Buffs fought hard to start off the season with a win, but couldn ' t break up the smooth working west coast team. Ray Ellefson led the Colorado scoring with 12 points, tied by Pepperdine ' s high point man, Nick Buzolich. DAVE DAVIDSON, forward, was the leading scorer for the Buffs during the first half of the season. He graduated near the end of the season with the NROTC. Davidson played freshman basketball with Stanford in California before being transferred to Colorado College in Colorado Springs, where he played last year. The Navy then transferred Davidson to Colorado this summer. Davidson was selected by the Denver Post on the All-Conference team this year. 194 C. U. 64 Missouri 43 Hitting their stride with a bang, the Buffs traveled to Kansas City to hand the Missouri Tigers a Christmas present in the form of a 64-43 shellacking. Ellefson and Davidson really teed off, looping in 21 and 18 points, respectively. The game was never in doubt as C. U. jumped to an early lead and held it for the entire game. The Buff defense, that had looked ragged against Pep- perdine the week before, settled down and held the Tigers in check, while the offense showed plenty of power in run- ning up the lopsided victory. RAY ELLEFSON, 6 foot 8 inch center, was an outstanding man on the pivot post and rebounds. Ellefson played freshman basket- ball on the West Texas State team two years ago. Last year he played with Dow Chemical, one of the leading A.A.U. teams of the nation. Ellefson was chosen on the Denver Post ' s All-Conference second team this year. He played with the Toners-Mapelli team in the national A.A.U. tournament this year in Denver. 195 C. U. 47-57 Colo. College 30-36 The Buffs opened Big Seven competition by coasting to an easy 47-30 triumph over the Colorado College Tigers. Led by big Ray Ellefson, who tallied 19 points, the first string ran up a score of 40-20, before Coach Cox sent the second and third teams into the game. In the return engagement with C. C, the Buffs again proved their superiority by taking the Tigers into camp, 57-36. Again the first team stayed around only long enough to run up a commanding lead, at which point the shock troops took over. Ray Ellefson and Bob Rawlings were the big guns in the C. U. barrage. TUPPER SMITH, guard, was one of the leading players on the Buffalo squad. He was All-State at East Denver four years ago. Tupper played on the Denver A.A.U. team in 1943 and 1944 when it was runner-up in the national meet held in Denver. This is Tupper " s senior year although it is the first year he has been able to play in intercollegiate basketball due to the lapse in basketball the last two years. 196 C. U. 51-67 Colo. Aggies 35-34 In a spectacular preview of the conference season, the Buffs whipped the Colorado Aggies 51-35. The outstanding features of this game were the great amount of personal fouls, forty, and the great comparative strength of the Buff team. Most of the C. U. men scored highly; Tupper Smith and Dave Davidson both led with 12 points apiece. The second Colorado Aggies game ended in even a fuller C. U. victory, though in the first minutes of the game it looked as if the Aggies would give a hard battle. The Buff offensive, sparked by Davidson, carried all before it. The game ended with the lopsided score of 67-34. Davidson scored 21 points and Ellefson 13. KEENE SMITH, brother of TUPPER, was the fastest man in the Silver and Gold this year. Keene is a member of the V-12 and was All-State two years ago on the East Denver team. Although Smith was the smallest man on the Buff squad and usually the smallest on the floor, he was very effective off the backboard. 197 C. U. 48-83 Denver 28-40 Taking a highly rated Denver quintet into camp with ridiculous ease, the Buffs downed their arch rivals 48-28. A succession of baskets by Dave Davidson, Ray EUefson, and Bob Rawlings got the Silver and Gold off to an early lead and the boys coasted in from there. C. U. went on a scoring rampage in the return contest that continued after the second and third strings took over, with no lessening of the Buff power that rolled up the terrific total of 83 points to Denver ' s 40. Everybody had a hand in the slaughter, with Ellefson, Jorgenson, and both Smiths accounting for most of the scoring. BOB RAWLINGS, guard, was one of the leading players on the team with his outstanding floorwork and defense. Rawlings gradu- ated with the NROTC near the end of the season. Rawlings ' home is in Las Animas, Colorado. He played basketball last season at Colorado College before being transferred to Colorado University. Rawlings was chosen on the Denver Post ' s second string All-Con- ference team. 198 C. U. 63-50 Utah State 32-46 Scoring at will, the Buffs ran up an easy 63-32 win over the Utah Aggies in the first game of the series. Dave Davidson poured in 19 points for the little while he was in the game, but Frosty took him and the rest of the first string out early in the fray and let the subs have a field day. The second Aggies contest featured a better functioning Utah outfit who held C. U. to a 50-46 score, and actually held the lead for the first few minutes of the game. David- son again went wild, hitting the bucket for a total of 28 markers, and pacing the Buffs to another victory. DUANE RAGSDALE, forward, developed into one of the leading players near the end of the season. Ragsdale got his biggest chance when the squad lost two of its regulars near the end of the season, and he made good. Ragsdale came from Oregon and is a member of the V-I2. 199 C. U. 55 Brigham Young 36 Overcoming a stiff Brigham Young opposition that held them in check for the opening minutes of the game, C. U. went on to win its sixth straight victory with a convincing 55-36 waxing of the Cougars. B. Y. U. stayed within two points of the Buffs for the first ten minutes of the game, but as big Ray EUefson belatedly got the range, C. U. pulled away, never to be headed as Ray connected for 20 points. Sent in as a sub in the last two minutes of play, Mack McClain showed promise of great things to come as he rang up six markers in a brilliant display of ball handling. MARVIN McCLAIN, forward, moved into a first team post when Davidson graduated. McClain was one of the fastest men on the squad. Marv was constantly hustling the ball whenever he was in the lineup. McClain ' s home is in California where he played basketball during high school. 200 Brigham Young 62 C. U. 60 Brigham Young tossed a monkey wrench into the gears of the well-oiled casaba machine with a 62-60 win over the Boulder men that knocked them out of the Conference lead and cinched the title for unbeaten Utah. After travel- ing over the Rockies to the miniature box the Utah squad calls a basketball court, the Buffs had a little trouble getting started and soon found themselves on the short end of the score. At this point Dave Davidson started connecting and paced the uphill battle of the Buffaloes who fought their way to a one-point lead at the half. The second half was nip and tuck all the way until the Cougars sank the winning goal with seconds to go, and held off the furious but futile Colorado attack for the re- maining moments. DON EVANS, guard, played outstanding ball before he entered the navy early in the season. Evans was one of the leading players in the Denver High Schools when he played for North Denver last year. Evans was outstanding in the first game with Colorado Aggies. He was constantly a fine defensive man and smooth floorworker 201 C. U. 43-43 Wyoming 41-37 In the first game of the Colorado- Wyoming series, the Buffs came out of a five minute overtime ahead with a score of 43-41. The two points scored in the extra period were the results of Ray Ellefson ' s two free throws. Out- standing during the game was the play of Tupper Smith and Bob Rawlings. The Colorado five emerged victorious from the second game with Wyoming, having scored 43 points to the Cow- boys ' 37. The BuiTs led 21-16 at the half; Keene Smith ' s play was outstanding, although Ray EUefson was high scorer with fifteen points to his credit. GEORGE DOLAN, center, played fine basketball before entering the navy early in the season. Dolan alternated with Ellefson, the regular center, in the games before he entered service. George played with the Boulder High School quintet last year when they were runners-up for the state championship. Dolan improved rapidly in the few games that he played, and has a bright future ahead of him after the war. 202 C. U. 46-32 Ambrose 40-47 With Dave Davidson and Bob Rawlings playing their last game before graduation, the Buffs turned in one of their best efforts in upsetting the highly favored Ambrose Jellymakers, 46-40. All-Americans Ace Gruenig and George Hamburg for Ambrose were bottled up completely as the fast breaking C. U. attack surged around them. Without Davidson and Rawlings, who had sparked them to victory previously, the Buffs stumbled over the Jelly- makers, in a 47-32 loss. The regular C. U. season had ended, but on a one day notice, the Buffs had agreed to a return engagement with Ambrose who went on from this victory to place second in the A. A. U. national champion- ship tournament. ROY LAGER, guard, played a lot of ball before withdrawing from the squad in the middle of the season. Lager is a member of th» NROTC and hails from Seattle, Washington. Lager played with University of Washington before being transferred by the navy to Colorado University. Lager handled the basketball very smoothly on the floor. 203 : m r ' T p h. TRACK With only a few lettermen back from last year, Coach Frank Potts put together a track squad that showed promise of carrying on in the tradition of former C. U. teams. The main strength of the squad was in the distance events with Rowe, Brown, Piatt, Rusk, Johnson, and Chipman looking good in the one 204 TRACK and two mile runs. Top men in the 880 were Hobbs, Sargent, Bagley, Collis, Higby, Miller, and Pels. With Morrow showing the class of the field, the 440 brought out Morrow, Jindra, Grosh, Michael, Havesy, Herron, Hofheinz, and Kaylor. The middle distance sprints showed speed to burn; Morrow and Jackson looking especially good 205 TRACK in early workouts. Handling the 220 were Morrow, Jackson, Michael, Havesy, McMillan, Kaylor, Finley, and Schnieder. Jackson, Morrow, Jindra, Michael, Havesy, McMillan, Kinley, Schneider, and Morse were the leading contenders in the 100 yard dash. The hurdlers looked good with Erickson, Jindra, and Herron showing top form. In addition to these men, Knieval, Smith, Connett and Hofheinz turned in good times. The field events were strong in some spots and weak in others. Coach Potts worked the men hard to bring them up to the level of the rest of 206 TRACK the squad. Grosh was clearing 12 feet in the pole vault, but the rest of the vaulters did not show much promise. Chambers, Ohmart, and Smith led the high jumpers, while Morse was far ahead of the pack in the broad jump with marks of 22 feet. Miles, Pace, Chambers, Winter, Temple, West, and McKimmon took care of the shot put, while Hussa, Chambers, Boyd, and Morrow handled the javelin. All in all, the squad looked good and was ex- pected to be tops among college teams in the region; the favorites for the conference title. 207 BASE Resuming baseball after a year ' s lapse due to the war, the Uni- versity of Colorado played a schedule made up of five con- ference games with Denver Uni- versity and non-conference tilts with army nines from Pueblo Air Base, Second Air Force Head- quarters from Colorado Springs, and Fitzsimons General Hospital. Coach Harry Carlson had an unexperienced but promising squad to work with. There were two lettermen to form the nucleus of the team, Pete Pasqua on the mound and at first base, and Pete Atkins, who was leading Buff pitcher the last three seasons. 208 BALL Also on the squad were many men who had had experience at other schools. Joe Dorough played at East Denver and has been offered a contract by a major league team. Jim Bradley, who handled some of the pitching, played semi-pro on the West coast. Allan Rohrbaugh, first baseman, played at Kansas University. Bill Vining was a star at East Denver and of the American Legion team which won the state junior baseball tourna- ment and entered into the national playoffs. Other members of the team were outstanding at their highschools or in intramurals last year at the University. 209 SWIMMING TEAM Top row: Look, Hart, Rose, Rogers, Chief Leonard, Brereton, Reelintzer, Barker. Bottom row: Levy, Smith, Westman, Weiner, Case, Gelnes, Kaylor, Seitz. Organized during the summer by Chief Leonard, the swimming team took first place in the regional A. A. U. swimming meet held in Denver in August. With only a month of practice, the squad, composed of naval trainees, vanquished the top teams of the Rocky Mountain section. Work horse of the team was Rollin Wilson, who swam to victory in the 100 and 400 meter free style events as well as participated in the relay. The 200 meter free style was well taken care of as Joe Knittle copped first and Reid Barker backed him up with a second. Al Look and Bob Rogers took second and fourth, respectively, in the 200 meter breast stroke, while Andy Rechnitzer pulled down third in the 200 meter back stroke. The relay team of Wilson, Barker, Gilmore, and Knittle nosed out the Multnomah Athletic Club by two yards to take the relay event. 210 GYMNASTICS Although no inter-collegiate matches were sched- uled, the gymnastics team had a full year with exhibitions and inter-squad tournaments. Best known of the team ' s work were their between the halves exhibitions at Varsity basketball games during the winter. Usually these events featured tumbling and work on the parallel bars, although once the horizontal bar was used which gave opportunity for John Paul Davis and others to demonstrate the giant swing, an event that brought the crowd to its feet. Two inter-squad tournaments were held under the leadership of Coach Vavra. High point men for the two meets were Bob Yant, Ernie Caire, Davis, Wesley Karlson and Bob Calmes. Early in March, most of the members of the squad participated in a smoker held by the Pentagon Club, gymnastics honorary. 211 Intramurals Intramurals got off to a good start summer term when so many teams entered the Softball league, that it was divided into two divisions. Emerging from their divisions on top, the Phi Delts and the Phi Gams met for the title, with the Phi Delts taking the crown. The same procedure was followed for touch football in the fall, with the S. A. E. ' s and Figi ' s talcing their division pennants. In a closely matched play off, the Figi ' s nosed the Sig Alphs out, 6-0. The Figi ' s capitalized on an inter- cepted pass late in the game and went over in three plays for the only score of the game. 212 Intramurals So many teams signed up for basketball that four divi- sions were created and a tournament basis play off was held, from which V-12 Co. E came out on top after getting a bad scare from the S. A. E. ' s who led the champs all the way until Co. E staged a last minute rally to top the Greeks. Co. E also overpowered the N. R. O. T. C. Torpedoes in their other play off game to cinch the title. Swimming was handled in the form of one large meet early in April. The Phi Delts took the tank title, with V-12 Bigelow Hall the runner up. 213 BOXING Highlighting a Navy smoker early in April, an all Navy boxing tournament brought together the best brawlers of the unit before a crowd of about 500 people. Five bouts were held with Andy Cevelca as referee and Mike Rinn and Howard Baker as judges. Nick Madred acted as time keeper, while Ike Taylor took over as announcer. In the opening match of the evening Leo Brammer squared off against Jim Burfield. Brammer opened fast, but couldn ' t get through Burfield ' s guard, while Burfield stayed out and left- jabbed his way to a clear cut decision. With both boxers showing a little- more fight. Bob Welles battled Bob Whiting around the ring, as the science of Whiting had little effect on Welles who connected with enough rights to take the decision. 214 BOXING The next bout really got going, as Joe Childers started off by opening a cut on Wes Barker ' s face. Hard hitting Joe had an edge all the way, but suffered a little himself as Barker drew blood with a right hook to the head late in the third round. It was too late to turn the tide, however, and Childers took the nod in the roughest battle of the night. Slowing the pace down a little, Roland Theiler danced his way to a decision over Bill Corbin in the next match. Showing a lightning left that found its mark, Theiler closed fast to win. In the last bout of the evening. Snuffy Nelson slugged it out with Ray Hackett in another bloody brawl. Nelson piled up a lead on points in the first two rounds which withstood Hackett ' s third round barrage to give him the decision. 215 Women ' s Intramurals The University of Colorado turned out some amazing amazons this summer when the Women ' s Intramurals participated in full swing during the July-August term. Those who make up these Intramural teams are members from the sorority houses, fresh- man dorms, and independent organizations. Baseball, which proved to be the most exciting sport, consisted of sixteen teams with 237 women playing. The undefeated Konopians won Bracket I, and the Tri Delts won Bracket II, while the Alpha Phi ' s tied the Beta house for Bracket III. The final game was played between the Konopians and the Beta House with the Konopians settling the score 9 to 4. The golf tournament was match play, and each match consisted of nine holes. Sue Gasser of the Alpha Phi house won the tournament and Lorene Atkinson from the Delt house was runner-up. Highest winning score of 260 in the archery tournament was shot by Margaret Pannell of the Sigma Chi house. 216 Women ' s Intramurals The Intersession sports featured archery again with thirty-three girls entered which represented seventeen houses. Mamie Chase from the Tri Delt house claimed the archery title with a score of 294, and Mary Starclc of the Alpha Delta Pi house held second position. Chris Di Lisio of the Kappa Sig house claimed the championship of the Intersession tennis matches, and Nancy King represented the Pi Beta Phi ' s came in for a close second. Hockey was battled in full force again, and left many Colorado women with bruised shins. The Alpha Phi ' s walked oif with the honors for the season leaving the rest of the girls anticipating the next Hockey tourna- ments. Women ' s Intramurals The first eight weeks of the November term was made up of one group sport, soccer, and one individual sport, badminton. Under the management of Marie Wilson, the soccer competition was keen between three independent teams, seven sororities, and six freshmen dorms. Champions of each bracket were the Kappas and Tri Delts who played in the finals. The Tri Delts were the victors of this final game by a score of 6-4. The badminton tournament included 31 campus houses from which each house sent two girls for the individual tournament. Toni Deering, from the Sigma Chi house, was the winner in bracket one while Virginia Meyers, Alpha Delta Pi, was the winner in bracket two. Virginia Meyers took the title in the final game. Shirley Haughton and Kent Noble showed an experienced tech- nique as runners-up in the tournament. Modern dance is a year around sport for girls here at Colorado. Women ' s Intramurals Basketball was the popular sport during the second part of the fall term with 346 girls entering. The semi-finals found the Thetas, Kappas, Pi Phis, and AOPi ' s still in the running. The Theta ' s and AOPi ' s were the victors of this game. The champion- ship game was held in the Gym with a crowd of enthusiastic rooters. The AOPi ' s came from behind in the fourth quarter to win 34-30. Colorado ' s ever popular swimming tourna- ment was enjoyed by fifteen houses, each represented by at least five girls. The Chi Omegas took the tank title with the Thetas, Tri Delts, Kappa Sigma freshman dormi- tory, and the EJillies placing. Bergman ' s freshman dormitory took over the Ping Pong tournament with Mary Seth- man as winner. Runner-up was Mary Ad Brown. Two girls from each of the 17 freshmen dorms, two from each of the sororities, and two each from the three in- dependent organizations entered the tourna- ment. M PI P l(fi f i " ii ' iMja - if M Jk ' w Ji M J " ' ■■ ■r ' " JFW I W!MlBBMM■ Women ' s Intramurals Outdoor sports of all kinds are very popu- lar with C. U. women. Colorado ' s natural surroundings prove a great asset to all lovers of hiking, horseback riding, iceskating, and skiing. Occasional sprained ankles and broken legs seem to be well worth the risk as skiing becomes an increasing favorite with co-eds. The C. U. women ' s ski team won first place title at the intercollegiate ski meet held at Winter Park in March. C. U. women aces M. J. Griffiths and Jackie Gor- such placed second and third respectively in the individual races. 220 Are you a great big (uh!) ATO? N. C. (no comment) What ya got there? Une con schlabin dabin t, ' t - ri g1 -» M t Si -. - l» ' -as ' Lazy? or just tired. Oh, what an intelligent pi Photographers Fetching Foursom Too late now T.A.T., A.O. John ■ She ' s as square as a bear Footloose Photographers Ain ' t W Must be steak — not beer Got Fun Crowded, isn ' t it? Red Hot lips Post Mortem Waitin ' for cigarettes Fiji breakfast Headin ' for the hill Ain ' t M ?{? Fun How about a torch, baby? Footloose Dreamy eyed I ' ll take two Aw — spring Photographers ; Phi Delt ' s at Bill ' s ORGANIZATIONS 233 L I ALPHA CHI SIGMA I Back roiv: Rath, Cronkhite, Woodhill, Classen, Irish, Craig. Middle row: J. Wilson, R. Wilson, Pollock, Ragsdale, Nixon, Scouby. Front row: Perrella, Bartram, Dr. Van Valkenburgh, Hoyt. Officers JOE PERELLA Master Alchemist HARRY HOYT Vice Master Alchemist JOHN WILSON . Treasurer PAUL CRONKHITE Secretary JAMES POLLOCK Recorder Officers VANCE PORTER . ' .._ Master Alchemist HARRY HOYT .._. Vice Master Alchemist JACK CUNNINGHAM Treasurer JACK MAYER -..-. Recorder WILLIAM NIXON Reporter MEMBERS HARLAN BARTRAM JACK CRAIG JACK CUNNINGHAM PAUL CRONKHITE HARRY HOYT ROBERT McKINNON JACK MAYER WILLIAM NIXON JOE PERELLA JAMES POLLOCK VANCE PORTER DUANE RAGSDALE JAMES RATH JAMES SHEPPARD ROLLINS WILSON JOHN WILSON 234 I ALPHA EPSILON DELTA I Honorary Pre-Medical Fraternity Front row: Miller, Grant, Heller, Weiner, Leight, Harkin. Second row: Woelbing, Tanaka, Cole, Saunders, Smyth, Lunn, Dittman, Botts. Third row: Bricker, Bennallack, Thompson, Willoughby, Dr. Crabb, Dr. Witt, Fridlund, Herrmann, Johnson. Faculty Members DR. E. D. CRABB DR. P. M. DEAN DR. R. G. GUSTAVSON DR. O. C. LESTER DR. GLEN WAKEHAM DR. N. F. WITT Off icers EDWARD JOHNSON President SEYMOUR GRANT Vice-President BETTY WOELBING Secretary PEGGY COLE Treasurer BEATRICE SOBOL : Scalpel Reporter BARBARA ANN JOHNSON Historian MEMBERS DONALD A. BENNALLACK CORA LOUISE BOTTS NEAL S. BRICKER PEGGY COLE SHIRLEY DITTMAN RICHARD E. FRIDLUND SEYMOUR GRANT JAMES HARKIN EUGENE HELLER GEORGE HEPPTING RICHARD E. HERRMANN BARBARA ANN JOHNSON EDWARD JOHNSON HAROLD LEIGHT GEORGE LEWIS ROBERT LOPER GERALD MILLER EVELYN LUNN BETTY LINGER CLARIBEL SAUNDERS JANE SMYTH BEATRICE SOBOL VIRGINIA TOLCOTT HELEN TANAKA R. L. THOMPSON STANLEY WEINER RALPH WILLIAMS WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY BETTY WOELBING MARJORIE ZEIGER 235 I xjL X JZ • i2j • I — ■• ' .- f American Institute of Electrical Engineers rti III B ™ -- .«. Front row: Birkett, McCoy, Swanson, Smith, Lang, CuUick, Carlin, Calmes, Dunbar, Andrews, Todd, Lord. Second row: Thoman, Donaldson, Cebulski, Grimm, Wyche, Duvall, Hadley, Seaman, Bridges, Evans, Holmes, Devitt. Third row: Creim, Berry, W. Johnson, Thorndyke, Mason, Fillenberg, Eggert, Rohr, Hicks, Dean Eckel, Otto. Fourth row: Abbott, Patton, Prof. Wicks, Prof. Palmer, Mr. Benham, Heckendorn, Doty, Walters, N. Johnson, Gettman, Meece, Weinberger, Brock. Officers GEORGE DOTY Chairman RICHARD McCOY Secretary ISAAC CULLICK Treasurer PROF. H. B. PALMER :.......... Counselor MEMBERS JAMES H. ABBOTT GUSTAV W. ANDERSON JAMES H. ANDREWS FLOYD K. BECKER ROBERT A. BRANFLICK JACK E. BRIDGES HOMER M. BROCK ERNEST L. BROWN ROBERT CALMES PALMER W. CARLIN DONALD H. CREIM ISAAC CULLICK JEROLD L. DAVIS JOHN L. DEVITT GEORGE H. DONALDSON GEORGE D. DOTY 236 WILLIAM R. DUNBAR ALVIN D. DUVALL EMIL H. EGGERT LEWY EVANS, JR. RAYMOND R. FILLENBERG TRAVIS G. FLEISCHMAN LEE C. GETTMAN ROBERT L. GRIMM ALVIN E. GRIMSBY LOWELL E. HADLEY JOHN W. HECKENDORN RONALD D. HICKS ROBERT E. HOLMES HOWARD A. HOUSE ROY B. LANG, JR. RICHARD J. McCOY GEORGE J. MALER LeROY J. MASON JAMES C. MEECE KENNETH M. MURPHY WILLIAM B. OTTO HENRY W. PATTON DENZIL C. PAULI D. T. PAYNE GEORGE W. PEARSON RICHARD L. PEELER WALTER PETERSON JOHN L. RAGSLIFF DAVID M. ROHR CLARK L. ROSE KEITH D. RUSSELL GUS J. SAKELARIS RICHARD G. SEAMAN CORWIN SELBY CHARLES K. SHANKS KEENE Z. SMITH ROBERT W. SMITH FRANK L. SULLIVAN OLIVER H. SWANSON DAVID A. TASKETT GEORGE W. THIESSEN EUGENE E. THOMAN JOHN R. THORNDYKE HORACE E. TODD THOMAS E. USHER DAVID WADDINGTON LESTER WEINBERGER JAMES C. WYCHE I American Society of Civil Engineers I Front row: Fikany, Silver, Mathews, Ahrendt, Perry, Looper, Abbott, Morgan, Young, G. R. Young, Leonard. Second row: Eckel, Rautenstraus, Waggoner, Todd, McNair, Wilson, Birkhead, Dawson, Lanier, Morrow, Raeder. Third row: Crandall, Doak, Coons, Renz, Thompson, Powell, McLaughlin, Knoeber, Gerke, Hunter, Burfield, Schobinger. Fourth row: Enewold, Morton, Gibbs, Look, Lisco, Ellington, Knickerbocker, Wharton, Williams, Moorman, Svedlund. Back row: Menoher, Uhrich, Weaver, Powell, Thoman, Lee, Makin, Gardner, Ross, Carlson, Bensley, Brown. Faculty Advisor LEE CRANDALL J. DONALD AHRENDT ROBERT C. BENSLEY MORIEN L. BREN DALTON BROWN JAMES A. BURFIELD WARREN O. CARLSON MARK H. COONS ROBERT D. COVINGTON LeROY DAVIS ROBERT DOAK HAROLD G. ELLINGSON LEE R. ENEWOLD EDWARD J. FIKANY MAURICE H. GARDNER CLIFFORD H. GEORGE RICHARD C. GERKE JOHN W. GIBBS ROBERT K. HUNTER Offi cers MAURICE H. GARDNER President RICHARD K. LISCO „.... Vice-President WAYNE L. WEAVER Secretary ROBERT M. POWELL Treasurer MEMBERS HUGH I. KNICKERBOCKER ROBERT M. POWELL GEORGE W. KNOEBER ROLAND C. RAUTENSTRAUS SIDNEY LANIER RICHARD W. RENZ HARRY L. LEE JAMES K. ROSS RICHARD C. LEONARD CHARLES W. SCHOBINGER RICHARD K. LISCO LEON T. SILVER ROBERT K. LOOK MARJORIE A. SMITH JOSEPH H. LOOPER JOEL E. SVEDLUND BLAKE MACKIN ROBERT D. THOMPSON LEWIS E. MATHEWS MARGIE THORNBERRY CHARLES E. McLAUGHLIN JOHN J. TIMMER CHARLES A. McMAHON HAROLD J. TODD JAMES B. MOORMAN ROBERT H. UHRICH PHILIP R. MORGAN, JR. NORMAN E. WAGGONER LAWRENCE S. MORROW ROBERT WHARTON BEN L. MORTON GLENN WILLIAMS JOSEPH E. POWELL LOUISE WILSON GEORGE C. YOUNG 237 I A. S. M. E. American Society of Mechanical Engineers I Front row: Russel, Grosh, McLaughlin, Rees, Pickett, Hurner, Campbell, Buroker, McPherson, Giannini. Second row: K. Barnett, Cain, Vik, Otsuka, Schwalbe, Kuh, Sissman, Fletcher, Pasqua, Winter. Third row: B. Barnett, Petersen, Cairns, Hubbard, Zancanella, McFerdn, Kimes, Ballif. Fourth row: Densen, Olsen, Gustafson, Brown, Theiler, Gruber, Rogers. Back row: Gantz, Winter, Weltner, Beattie, Johnston, Harrison, Reed, McCammon. Officers JAMES HURNER __ _ Student Chairman GORDON CAMPBELL Vice Chairman JOHN PICKETT .._ Secretary LEO BUROKER ...Treasurer PROFESSOR WAYNE BEATTIE .!... Honorary Chairman MEMBERS ROBERT R. ADAMS RAYMO ND F. AUSTING REID S. BARKER NEILS J. BECK DONALD R. BELKNAP B. J. BURLESON R. E. BROWN ROBEftT R. BROWN LEO R. BUROKER LEROY R. CAIN NORMAN R. CAIRNS GORDON P. CAMPBELL CHARLENE COMBE EXDUGLAS G. DENSEM DONALD V. EDWARDS JOHN L. FLETCHER PAULINE GIARRATAND DONALD S. GROSH KENNETH C. GRUBER HARRY S. GUSTAFSON RAYMOND P. HACKETT M. J. HAINES W. C. HARRISON H. B. HUBBARD J. E. HURNER E. S. JOHNSTON LUCAS J. KIMES L. M. KUH K. E. MARQUAND R. F. McCAMMON D. E. McFERON D. G. McPHERSON w. L. McLaughlin J. R. MILLER W. R. MOUNGER LEO NORDWOLD STANLEY R. OLSEN T. OTSUKA F. PASQUA P. E. PETERSEN J. H. PICKETT D. E. PILE R. E. REED R. B. ROGERS T. H. REES J. M. ROBERTS R. R. THEITER C. O. RUSK D. E. RUSSELL M. E. SAMSON C. W. SCHMIDT J. A. SCHWALBE C. W. SISSMAN H. C. K. SPEARS T. E. TAYLOR A. K. TOMITA T. S. VIK W. H. WELTNER D. L. WINTER H. A. WINTER F. C. ZANCANELLA 238 I BETA SIGMA Business Honorary I First row: Wolfard, Wilson, Adams, Leftwich. Second row: Foreman, Foster, Minton, Veach, Weiss, Griffiths, Gamble, Pratt, Handy, Nichols. Third row: Moore, Emmett, Taylor, Ochiato, Axler, Easton, Oliver, Finch. Officers DAURINE WEISS ... President ALICE ANN LEFTWICH Vice-President MARY LYNN WILSON Treasurer MARIAN WOLFARD Recording Secretary BETTE ADAMS Corresponding Secretary Sponsors MISS JOY LA RUE MISS HELEN BARLAND MEMBERS BETTE ADAMS AILEEN AXLER IRENE EASTON PERSIS EMMETT VERA MAE FINCH MADGE FOREMEN LAURENE FOSTER CATHERINE GAMBLE MARTHA GRIFFITHS BYE HANDY ALICE LEFTWICH CAROLYN MINTON JANE MOORE IRIS NICHOLS EMMALEE OCHIATO JEANNE OLIVER JOAN PRATT DONNA TAYLOR VIRGINIA VEACH DAURINE WEISS MARY LYNNE WILSON MARIAN WOLFARD 239 I BUFFALO SKI CLUB I First row: Bergeson, Griffith, Richards, Eroddy, Cannon, Eckenbeck, Gorsuch, Purchard, Nitsch, Chandler. Second row: Martin, Dickinson, Scoles, Weber, Burgeson, Fidiland, Zang, Smith, Norcross, Brown, Livingston. Third row: Chew, Durrance, Wilson, Morrell, Price, Nice, Shultz, Kendell, McEwan, Freeman, Coffin, Hunt. First row: Martin, Gushing, Marston, Wallase, Dolder, Motulsky, Barb, Joffee, Lowrie, Rich. Second row: Barker, Lane, Demmon, Wolfrom, Ruth, Sethman, Sethman, Schwalbe, Middleton, Andersc Williams, Tanner, Garvin. Third row: Cohen, Feinberg, Erlandson, Evers, Scharbach, Love, Hayes, Eddy, Meador, Easley, Sack, Simpsc Lovgren. Offi cers MARY JANE GRIFFITH -... President SHIRLEY RICHARDS Vice-President and Treasurer JACKIE GORSUCH Secretary JOAN MARTIN . ...Sponsor SHEILA DICKINSON Publicity LYDIA TUKEY .. Transportation BOB BURGESON Ski Club Cabin MEMBERS BEVERLY ANDERSON SHIRLEE BARB MARJORIE BARKER BOB BERGESON MELANIE BROWN BONNYE BURGESON BETTY ANNE CANNON ANITA LEE CHANDLER JACK CHEW LUCY COFFIN MARION COHEN MARY LOU GUSHING GLORIA DEMMON SHEILA DICKINSON FRED DOLDER ADA DURRANCE MARCELLE EASLEY SUE ECKENBECK BARBARA EDDY SHIRLEY ERLANDSON JANE ERODDY PATSY EVERS RUTH FEINBERG JANE FIDILAND DOROTHY FREEMAN A. B. GARVIN JACKIE GORSUCH MARY JANE GRIFFITH RUTHANN HAYES GEORGE HUNT PAT JOFFEE MARION KENDALL DOROTHY LANE SALLY LIVINGSTON MARTIE LOVE JANE LOVGREN ANNE LOURIE JOAN McEWAN DOROTHY MARSTON GALE MARTIN JOAN MARTIN JUNE MEADOR KAY MIDDLETON RENEE MORRELL LUDWIG MOTULSKY JANET NICE MARJIE NITSCH GLORIA NORCROSS BETTY PRICE JOHNNIE PURCHARD MARY SUE RICH SHIRLEY RICHARDS HOLLY RUTH HELEN SACK DORIS SCHARBACH JO SCHWALBE PHYLLIS SCOLES MARJORIE SETHMAN MARY SETHMAN PEGGY SHULTZ MARY JANE SIMPSON BUNNY SMITH MARIAN TANNER JOHN WALLACE KATHIE WEBER ANN WILLIAMS LYDIA WILSON MIRIAM WOLFROM AD ZANG 240 I CHI EPSILON I Civil and Architectural Engineering Honorary First row. Ahrendt, Coons, Mathews, Silver. Second row: Knoeber, Rautenstraus, Lee, Looper, Brown. Third row: Renz, Blensly, Weaver, Ross, Moorman, Mackin. Officers LEON SILVER President J. DONALD AHRENDT Vice-President BLAKE MACKIN Secretary DALTON BROWN Treasurer LeROY DAVIS Associate Editor WARREN RAEDER Sponsor MEMBERS AHRENDT, BLENSLY, BROWN, COONS, DAVIS, KNOEBER, LEE, LOOPER, MACKIN, MATHEWS, MOORMAN, RAUTENSTRAUS, RENZ, ROSS, SILVER, WEAVER. 241 I COSMOPOLITAN CLUB | First row: Jackson, Mao, Li, Polley, Medrano, Amemiya, Dollan, Sapin, Middlemiss, Kasai. Second row: Kitagawa, Jones, Kaplan, Foote, Schroeder, Wong, Hatasaka, Van Duzee, Suzuki, Anderson, Wiener. Third row: Suzuki, Shikamura, Dobbins, Mills, Catterson, Kawamuta, Fok, Dittman, Hinson, Furukawa, Yoshida. Tondre, Ray. Fourth row: Nakagawa, Iwota, Katagiri, Tsukiji, Herz, G. Dobbins, Morgenroth, McNaie, Schilling, Taiiaicai. Nakamura, Lee. Officers WERNER HERZ President ANTHONY RAY Vice-President WASA KITAGAWA Secretary PO YUW FOK Treasurer MEMBERS L AMEMIYA I. ANDERSON J. CATTERSON S. DITTMAN G. DOBBINS MRS. S. DOBBINS E. DOLLAN P. Y. FOK M. FOOTE E. FURUKAWA E. HATASAKA W. HERZ B. HINSON D. JACKSON E. JONES L. KAPLAN R. KASAI E. KATAGIRI K. KAWAMURA M. KITAGAWA G. S. LEE I. Y. LI F. McNAIE Y. T. MAO A. MEDRANO K. MIDDLEMISS M. MILLS W. MORGENROTH J. NAKAGAWA A. NAKAMURA J. POLLEY A. RAY A. SAPIN A. SCHILLING P. SCHROEDER A. SHIKAMURA M. SUZUKI S. SUZUKI H. TANAKA A. TONDRE E. TSUKIJI M. VAN DUZEE J. WIENER G. Q. WONG S. YOSHIDA 242 I DANCE GROUP I Officers GERALDINE YOUNG President HELEN ISAAC . ...Secretary-Treasurer MISS CLAUDIA MOORE .. Director Honorary Members MRS. FRANCES BASCOM MRS. CHARLOTTE IREY MRS. EUNICE VEAZIE MEMBERS ILA ALLEN ' KAY BUSH ELIZABETH BORST BEVERLY BROOKS PEGGIROE CARDINAL HELEN ISAAC JOANNE LANG DOROTHY LIEBENSON PATRICIA MacLeod LOIS MORELOCK BARBARA PIERCE JEANNE STANTON GLORIA SPERRY BILL YE WILLIAMSON GERALDINE YOUNG 243 I DELTA PHI DELTA Aft Honorary Second row: Lindstrom, Sinema, Herring, Johnston, Pneuman. First row: Miss Sibell, Strand, Haskins, James. BETTY HASKINS BETTY HERRING MARY PAT JAMES Officers VERNA SINEMA President ELEANOR LINDSTROM Vice-President LARRY STRAND Treasurer BETTY HASKINS -- ...- Secretary MILDRED PNEUMAN Historian Sponsors MISS MURIEL SIBELL MISS ANNE JONES MEMBERS MARILYN JOHNSTON MRS. MILDRED PNEUMAN ELEANOR LINDSTROM VERNA SINEMA LARRY STRAND 244 I ETA KAPPA NU National Electrical Engineering Honorary I ■r ▼ I U 1 r ffl F ' ' I Bl I ill lj r© 1 1 BBWfc wl»-»jL ti S!t HE Kc «i H| K " JL I y H 1 H 9 IH K ' ' £ ' 1 H X B - " V R It ' ; BJ I y yyj i H H ' , ..3 1 1 9 Q 1 H B{c£ ' • ' v l ■ U ii l ■ Hh Front row: Otto, Weinberger, Grimm, Hicks, McCoy, O ' Keefe, Mason. Second row: Bridges, Professor Wicks, Professor DuVall, Dean Evans, Dean Eckel, Mr. Holubar, Doty, Cullick. Back row: Carlin, Payne, Holmes, Dunbar, Fillenberg, Hadley, Becker, Wyche, Usher. Officers ISAAC CULLICK President LESTER WEINBERGER Vice-President RAYMOND FILLENBERG Corresponding Secretary JACK BRIDGES Recording Secretary WILLIAM OTTO Treasurer LOWELL HADLEY Bridge Editor PROFESSOR C. M. McCORMICK Faculty Advisor Faculty PROFESSOR W. C. DuVALL PROFESSOR F. A. EASTOM PROFESSOR H. S. EVANS PROFESSOR C. M. McCORMICK PROFESSOR H. B. PALMER PROFESSOR P. WICKS MR. LeROY holubar FLOYD BECKER JACK BRIDGES PALMER CARLIN ISAAC CULLICK GEORGE DOTY MEMBERS WILLIAM DUNBAR RAYMOND FILLENBERG ROBERT GRIMM LOWELL HADLEY RONALD HICKS ROBERT HOLMES RICHARD McCOY LEROY MASON RAYMOND O ' KEEFE WILLIAM OTTO DONALD PAYNE THOMAS USHER LESTER WEINBERGER JAMES WYCHE 245 I HIKING CLUB The University of Colorado I i ii3i IOU-. Ijoyie, Dickinson, Peper, Parki, Funk, Boatrig.ii;, iJouoiiia. Second row: Todd, Ruppelt, McLeod, Hershberger, McNair, Turner. Third row: Strait, Turner, Preuish, Barrell, Ridsdale. Back row: Waddington, Nelson, Long, McFarlane (top) , Doak. Officers JOHNNY PEPER President MARGIE PARKS Vice-President PATTY NELSON Secretary BOB DOAK Treasurer BRUCE McFARLANE Manager BOB BARRELL Assistant Manager CHUCK AND BETTY CARMEN ..Alumni Secretary Faculty Members PROF. ARTHUR McNAIR CHARLES CARMEN BOB ABBOTT BOB BARRELL OLIVIA BISHOP BETTY BOATRIGHT FRANCES BOBLITS BILLEE BOYLE HAROLD BROCK MEMBERS LEE DAVIS SHEILA DICKINSON BOB DOAK EVE FUNK BOB FUJII CRIS HOWARD HELEN HOWIE VERENA KASSOWITZ BETTY LONG BRUCE McFARLANE PATTY NELSON DICK OSBORNE MARJIE PARKS JOHN PEPER JANET RIDSDALE JO ANNE SCHWALBE TED TODD TOBY TURNER ADELYN STRAIT DAVE WADDINGTON 246 I HOME ECONOMICS CLUB l| Home Economics Majors i a -s.er.i i - t Front row: Mann, Shimpfky, Mill, Young, Rushton, Emery, Sigler, Olson, Martin, McCloud, Schlessinger, Easley, Meador, Sommers. Second row: Scharbach, Bancroft, Plagge, Borst, Miss Bedell, Dr. Blair, Wright, Craty, Dickinson, Miller, Love, Wangberg, Cooper, Whitmore, Whitmore, Mangan, McCaw, Carpenter. Back row: Ehnbom, Gorthy, Suhn, Snyder, Meadows, Fereday, Pringle, Holm, Zumwinkel, Edmondson, Larsen, Nilsson, Ackley, Jones, Burgoin, Williams, Underwood, Ling. New Officers MARILYNN BANCROFT .._ President MARY ACKLEY Vice-President RUTH SIGLER .Treasurer HARRIET EDMONDSON Secretary Old Officers MURIEL SCHLESSINGER President MARY EV WILLIAMS Vice-President MARY LOU MANGAN Secretary ELSIE MANN Treasurer 247 I IOTA SIGMA PI Honorary Chemical for Women I Front row: Tanaka, Zeiger, Adelmann, Swayne, Cole, Botts. Back tow: Lunn, Defler, Smyth, Peebles, Gore, Talcott, Maass. Officers MARJORIE ZEIGER President CLARIBEL SAUNDERS Vice-President PEGGY COLE Corresponding Secretary BETTY WOELBING ....Recording Secretary DRUCILLA ADELMANN Treasurer Faculty Members MRS. HAZEL FEHLMANN MISS ANNA WILLIAMS DR. EDNA JOHNSON MISS IDA L. SWAYNE (Sponsor) MISS RAMONA PARKINSON Actives DRUCILLA ADELMANN ELLEN BARDWELL PEGGY COLE REBECCA GORE LEE OLA INGLE EVELYN LUNN CLARIBEL SAUNDERS VIRGINIA TALCOTT BETTY WOELBING MARJORIE ZEIGER Pled g es CORA LOUISE BOTTS EILEEN CHARLESWORTH KATHERINE DEFLER CALLIE MAASS MARIAN PEEBLES PATRICIA SCHUYLER JANE SMYTH BEATRICE SOBOL HELEN TANAKA Honorary Members DR. AND MRS. PAUL DEAN DR. AND MRS. R. G. GUSTAVSON DR. EKELEY DR. ROBERT CURTIS LEWIS DR. CHARLES F. POE 248 I KAPPA DELTA PI I Honorary Education Officers MARY LOU MORRISON ' . President MISS MARJORIE BARON Vice-President K ATHRYN REED Secretary MISS MARIE MEHL Treasurer MISS MARIE MEHL ..Faculty Sponsor MEMBERS FLORENCE BEDELL MRS. MINNIE BEREUFFY MARJORIE BARON LUCILLE BOWMAN JAMES BUCHANNAN A. C. CROSS CHARLES DAVIS HARL DOUGLASS W. F. DYDE MRS. FLORENCE DODGE MISS LEONORE DONER MRS. HAZEL FEHLMANN MISS JESSIE HTZPATRICK MISS KATHRYN HOFFMAN MISS MARIE MEHL MARY LOUISE MORRISON MISS HELEN NELSON MISS MARION PARK MISS IVA REED MISS BLANCHE RICKETTS MISS BESS RICKETTS MRS. WILMA SCHOOLLAND CLAIRE SCHOOLLAND DR. JOHN SCHOOLLAND MR. JOSEPH SCHRIBER MISS THERESE STENGEL ELEANOR SLOAN DOROTHY BARBOUR MR. LINDLEY STILES MR. C. M. WARE MISS CYNTHIA WIARD MR. OLAF SLOSSARD BETTY NASH LENORE WESTERMANN BARBARA MILLER MISS CORINNE TITTERND MISS GERTRUDE VAN LOON LAURA E. THOMPSON MRS. LEORA RIDGEWAY MISS ANITA SMITH MR. IRVIN DEMMON MRS. ALLIENE SQUIRE MISS HELEN CARPENTER KATHRYN REED IVEN H. HENSLEY MRS. AKIKO TOKI MRS. ALMA B. THIESE MRS. LEE OLA INGLE E. JEANNETTE TELLER MARY WILLIAMS MURIEL SCHLESSINGER KATHLEEN BARKER VERNA SINEMA MRS. KATHRYN KABELL MARY LOUISE FARRELL DOROTHY R. ROGERS EMMY LOU DAY 249 I KAPPA KAPPA PSI Honorafy Band Fraternity I Front row: Kuh, Lee, Adams, Fox, Knight, Shull. Back tow: Devitt, Bashor, Sheppard, Bashford, Ledbetter, Nodtvedt, Truitt, Grimm. Officers LOUIS KUH President ROBERT ADAMS Vice-President EDWARD FOX .- -- - Secretary IRA LEE Treasurer LARRY KNIGHT .. Editor HUGH E. McMillan -... Faculty Advisor Members ROBERT ADAMS LOUIS KUH EARL BASHFORD LOY LEDBETTER VERNON BASHOR IRA LEE JOHN DEVITT DON NODTVEDT EDWARD FOX JAMES SHEPPARD FORREST GAMBILL PAUL SHUL L ROBERT GRIMM . ARTHUR TRUITT LARRY KNIGHT Honorary Members HORACE JONES W. H. HYSLOP HUGH E. McMillan 250 I NEWMAN CLUB I Front row: Peyton, Mattivi, Barbara Smith, James, Moore, Faricy, Thornton, Marlcey, Ehnbom, Reeder, Porreca, Addie Mae Smith. Second row: Twinney, Moschetti, Spano, Gushing, Johnson, Dunn, Reilly, Father Thomas, Pryor, Donovan, Daly, Stanton, Schrefer, Mastripolito. Third row: Dilkon, Koll, Phipps, Brady, Southward, Bartle, Holly, Zenk, Father Bertram, Binger, Flanagan, Polich, Madigan, McAvinew, Seldin. Fourth row: Crabb, McDermott, Lazzarini, Hooks, Ford, Brock, Walsk, Casey, Thompson, Shaver, Austing, Mullen, McMillan, Wingate, Perella, Giannini. Officers LORETTA MARKEY President DAVID CRABB Vice-President DOROTHY DOLE Recording Secretary ROSEMARY NEWELL Corresponding Secretary MARY ALICE GAVAGAN Treasurer JOHN MULLEN Sergeant-at-Arms MISS THERESE STENGEL Sponsor Committee Chairman SHIRLEY FLANAGAN Social ADDIE SMITH „ Social Service BETTY BRADY, DONNA POLICH Publicity Members at Large MARGARET DETWEILER JOE PERELLA MARY EHNBOM 251 I PAN AMERICAN CLUB | Front rorf: Demmon, Siegfreid, Mercer, Minton, Henley, Coe, Dinner, Jessen, Boyd, Auld, Boyle. Second row: A. Mercer, Hoplcinson, Griffiths, Sanchez, Smith, Watkins, Prof. Palomo, Brooks, Prof. Hoffmann, Parrish, Corral, Boatright, Barr. Third rojv: D. Renbarger, J. Renbarger, Stewart, Scoles, Chan, Cubillas, Saunders, Ahumada, Bone, Clark, Woody. Officers BETTY BOATRIGHT President ARMANDO SANCHEZ :...... Vice-President CAROLYN MINTON Secretary JORGE CORRAL Treasurer BLAINE MERCER Recording Secretary CLARK COE Program Chairman BILLEE BOYLE Publicity Chairman MEMBERS Associate Members GUILLERMO AHUMADA EILEEN HENLEY „„ _„,„ , „ i, ...v,v, MARYELLEN AULD SHIRLEY HOPKINSON ci S »! Afrirw ci MILDRED LEE BARR CAROLYN JESSEN " - - ALLbWbLl BETTY BOATRIGHT ARLENE MERCER CYNTHIA BONE BLAINE MERCER BETTY BOYD CAROLYN MINTON BILLEE BOYLE ANNE PARRISH _, . a J • DONNA BROOKS DEAN RENBARGER raCUlty AOVlSOrS GARY CARTWRIGHT JEANNE RENBARGER EDYTHE CHAN ARMANDO SANCHEZ pROF JOSE R PALOMO DORIS CLARK BELLE SAUNDERS CLARK COE ELMA SCHNEIDER MARIE COLE PHYLLIS SCOLES JORGE CORRAL EDITH SIEGFREID R. C. F. COX MARGARET SIHLER ALBERTO CUBILLAS CAROLYN SMITH LYDIA DELEON JEANNE STEWART GLORIA DEMMON BETTY VON RUDEN SHIRLEY DINNER PHILLIS WATKINS PAT GRIFHTHS FRANKLIN WOODY 2S2 I PENTAGON CLUB I fyL - i ..3—1—. I ,ft ' i» i ' ' " - :: — ii.-.- fron rojv; Lewis, Gibson, Lang, Yant. Second row: Venuti, Shankland, Wetterborg, Fox, John Davis. Third row: Lt. (j.g.) Barker, Jerold Davis, Hadley, Koontz, Vavra. Officers JERRY DAVIS ; President GERRY WETTERBORG ...... Vice-President JOHN KOONTZ Secretary ED FOX Treasurer SPONSORS C. G. VAVRA, Director of Physical Education for Men and Instructor in Gymnastics. H. T. BARKER, Lt. (j.g.). Director of Physical Education for the Naval Training Units. MEMBERS JERALD DAVIS GEORGE LEWIS JOHN DAVIS DAN SHANKLAND JOHN GIBSON BOB VENUTI LOWELL HADLEY GERALD WETTERBORG JOHN KOONTZ ROBERT YANT ROY LANG 253 I PHI CHI DELTA National Presbyterian Women I Third row: Harkrader, Brown, Shimpfky, Kelso, Bivans, Wright, Stoudt, Henderson, Jacques. Second row: Mrs. Allender, Rymill, Glaser, Doris Whitmore, Arnold, Englis, Mann, Dorine Whitmore, Barr, Cooper, King, Sewell, Hickernell, Cole. Front row: Siegfreid, Auld, Warner, Kabell, Blumenthal, Morrison, Evans, Carlson, Cox, Mercer, Flatt, Brown, Tanner, Fish, Deering, Gates, Nakagawa, Ward, Hawkinson, Shikamura. Offi cers ELSIE MANN President M AR YELLEN AULD Vice-President EDITH SIEGFREID Secretary JULIA NAKAGAWA .:...Treasurer CARYL BIVANS Guard DORINE WHITMORE Historian PEGGY COLE Service Chairman DORIS WHITMORE Keeper of the Tithe MRS. B. E. ALLENDER ..-.Patroness MRS. F. L. GREENWAY Sponsor MEMBERS PAT ARNOLD MARYELLEN AULD MILDRED LEE BARR MARGARET BILES CARYL BIVANS MURIEL BLUMENTHAL MARY AD. BROWN MIRIAM BROWN RUTH CARLSON PEGGY COLE MARY JEAN COOPER MARJORIE COX EVELYN DEERING SALLY JO ENGLIS WINIFRED EVANS KATHRYN FISH MARIAN E. FLATT MARGARET GATES PATRICIA GLASER HELEN HARKRADER PATRICIA HAWKINSON JEAN HENDERSON DOROTHY HICKERNELL ESTHER JACQUES KATHRYN KABELL JEAN KELSO MARJORIE KING ELSIE MANN ARLENE MERCER MARY LOUISE MORRISON JULIA NAKAGAWA SHIRLEY RYMILL GERALDINE SEWELL ALICE SHIKAMURA BLANCHE SHIMPFKY EDITH SIEGFREID DORIS STOUDT HOPE TANNER CONSOELLA WARD DORINE WHITMORE DORIS WHITMORE MAXINE WRIGHT 254 I PHI DELTA CHI Pharmaceutical and Chemical Honorary I Front row: Bennallack, Kelly, Mr. Bitter, Dr. O ' Day, Dr. Witt, Mr. Schmidt, Mr. Voight, Willoughby. Back row: Heppting, Gibby, Dr. Sprowls, Laurence, Perreten, Harlcin, Munro, Johnson, Thompson. Officers WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY . President CLARK KELLY ..Vice-President OAKLEY LAURENCE Treasurer Faculty Members C. R. BITTER R. M. CASTLE R. G. GUSTAVSON J. A. NORTON D. W. O ' DAY (faculty sponsor) M. F. SCHMIDT J. B. SPROWLS (faculty sponsor) H. L. STARBURG A. H. VOIGHT N. F. WITT MEMBERS DONALD BENNALLACK JOHN BILES NOEL GIBBY JAMES HARKIN GEORGE HEPPTING EDWARD JOHNSON CLARK KELLY OAKLEY LAURENCE ROBERT LOPER GORDON MUNRO FRANK PERRETEN ROLLIN THOMPSON R. PARK WILLIAMS WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY 255 I ■.•V ' ■x. ' PHI SIGMA IOTA Honorary Romance Language Fraternity •farti rap|t . ys.i. ' -e- I ■? First row: deLeon, McGonagill. Second row: Martin, Viele, Kincaide, Grossman. Seated: Nichols, Westerman. Back row: Warner, Teller, Pendell, Palomo, Saunders. Officers MARGARET LEE CROSMAN • President BETTY VIELE Vice-President PATRICIA MARTIN ..... Secretary-Treasurer Faculty Members ROY COX STUART CUTHBERTSON PAUL-LOUIS FA YE PAULINE MARSHALL GILBERT NEIMAN JOSE PALOMO MRS. MIRIAM RIEDER MARJORIE WHELDON MRS. ROSETTA B. WOLCOTT MEMBERS MARGARET LEE GROSSMAN FLORENCE HART MARJORIE KINCAIDE PATRICIA MARTIN LOLITA MIERA NANCY LEE NICHOLS MRS. DOROTHY NIELSEN FLOYD PENDELL MARJORIE RODMAN EUGENE STOUT JEANETTE TELLER BETTY VIELE LENORE WESTERMANN 256 I PI GAMMA MU National Social Science Fraternity I First row: Ramstetter, Creamer, Bull, Dr. Barker, Stevenson, Sewell, McClintock. Back row: Cheng, Miera, Buckman, Detweiler, Harlan, Olsen, Siegfried, Nichols, Suarez. Off icers JIM BULL President GLEN DALBY Vice-President GEORGE CREAMER Treasurer CHARLOTTE STEVENSON Secretary Faculty Members WILLIAM S. BERNARD FREDERICK D. BRAMHALL EARL C. CROCKETT MORRIS E. GARNSEY VERNON JENSEN L. L. LEH CLAY P. MALICK JACOB VAN EK GORDON BARKER (Faculty advisor) MEMBERS ROBERT BJORK MRS. HUGO BUERGER LORRAINE BUCKMAN JAMES BULL DAVID CHENG GEORGE CREAMER GLEN DALBY MARGARET DETWEILER RUTH FOX MEREDITH HARLAN BERNICE MARGOLIS BARBARA McCLINTOCK ARIEL MIDRANO LOLITA MIERA NANCY NICHOLS NADINE OLMSTEAD S. MARGARET OLSEN DON RAMSTETTER GERALDINE SEWELL VICTORIA SIEGFRIED CHARLOTTE STEVENSON NORMAN SUAREZ VIRGINIA TAYLOR 257 I PI MU EPSILON Honorafy Mathematics Fraternity I First row: Fricke, Cain, Carlin, Hadley, Winter. Back row: Otto, Hubbard, Winter, Fox, Perrela, Knight, Harkin. Officers FLOYD BECKER ...President !•:? 1 1 E T i ' M H 1 1 KM r ' 1 j H 1 j-i r = H I B i 1 1 1 1 ' MM II L -d M 1 kJ : ■jl w. ™kJ mmI J V k wKm Sm H ft :i Faculty Members JACOB VAN EK HERBERT S. EVANS AUBREY J. KEMPNER CHAS. A. HUTCHINSON CLARIBEL KENDALL GEORGE H. LIGHT ALLAN S. McMASTER CLIFTON SNIVELY FRANCES P. STRIBIC ERNEST P. TOVANI J. R. BRITTON LEROY HOLUBAR NORMAN BALL ROLLIN K. McCOMBS EDWIN A. BEMIS MEMBERS FLOYD BECKER LEROY CAIN PALMER CARLIN EDWARD J. FOX ALAN A. FRICKE LOWELL HADLEY JAMES HARKIN HERBERT HUBBARD LARRY KNIGHT WILLIAM OTTO JOSEPH PERRELA RALPH SCRUBY DANIEL WINTER HENRY WINTER 258 I PI TAU SIGMA Mechanical Engineering Honorary I First row: Petersen, Hubbard, Barker, Larkin, Giannini. Second row. Cain, Cronkhite, McFeron, Campbell, Rogers, Buroker, Brown, Kimes. Third rorv: Morrow, Venuti, H. A. Winter, Edwards, Roylance, Fletcher, Pickett. Back tow: Pasqua, McCammon, D. L. Winter, Adams, Gruber, Lindberg, Spears. Officers DEAN McFERON : President JOHN GIANNINI Vice-President LEO BUROKER Secretary GORDON CAMPBELL Corresponding Secretary WILLIAM SHUTTS Faculty Advisor and Treasurer Faculty Members FRANK S. BAUER NORMAN A. PARKER WAYNE S. BEATTIE PETE PASQUA GEORGE S. DOBBINS WILLIAM H. SHUTTS WILLIAM L. HULL CHARLES A. WAGNER WALTER F. MALLORY K. D. WOOD MEMBERS ROBERT ADAMS REID BARKER JOHN BECK ROWLAND BROWN LEO BUROKER LEROY CAIN GORDON CAMPBELL VERN CRONKHITE DONALD EDWARDS JOHN FLETCHER JOHN GIANNINI KENNETH GRUBER HERBERT HUBBARD LUCAS KIMES LOUIS KUH JAMES LARKIN JERRY LINDBERG ROBERT McCAMMON DEAN McFERON SCOTT MacDONALD JAMES MILLER RICHARD MORROW PETER PETERSEN JOHN PICKETT ROBERT ROGERS ROBERT ROYLANCE ROBERT VENUTI DANIEL WINTER HENRY WINTER 259 I PLAYER ' S CLUB I Front row: Wilson, Farrand, Robinson, Newman. Second row: Ohler, Todd, Johnson, Brereton, Scott. Back row: Kearns, Ryan, McElin, Hughes, Pannell. Officers BONNIE SCOTT ....- President BOB LOPER Vice-President JANET FARRAND Secretary MEMBERS DONALD BRERETON JANET FARRAND MARY HUGHES GLENN JOHNSON ANNETTE KEARNS JOAN McELIN COLEY NEWMA N HAZEL OHLER MARGARET PANNELL RUTH ROBINSON MARILYN RYAN BONNIE SCOTT HAROLD TODD SUZANNE WILSON 260 I PORPOISE Honorary Women ' s Swimming I Front row: Neill, Ballou, Wheeler, Maynard, Johnson, Martin, Robb, Carswell, Wilson, Garberick, Johnson, Herald, Bonner. Second row: Foot, Hall, Willi, Koch, Leaf, Holtzman, Beeman, Mark, Googe, Bigelow, Miller, Furbeck, Newcomer, Cameron, Critz, Lillengren, Barb, Whitwell, Bach, Andrews, McGrath, Hopkins. Board End: Poppen, Aid, Zagar, Daughty, Presley, Powell, Harbison, Morrison, Wilson, Miller, Emery, Brown. Kneeling: Cooper, Dumm, Brown, Faden, Magruder, Wier, Wiener. Standing on Board: Bird, Coolidge, Hawes, Cannon, Collins, White, Arnold, Gilmour, Clark, Edwards, Watkins, Sammet. Officers MARJORIE LEAF President CH ARLINE FADEN Vice-President BEVERLEY BROWN - Secretary NANCY HOLTZMAN Corresponding Secretary MARY ELLA CRITZ _. - Sponsor MEMBERS PATRICIA AID BETH ANDREWS SHERRY ARNOLD ELAINE BACH BARBARA BALLOU SHIRLEE BARB DOROTHY BEEMAN HELEN BIGELOW BARBARA BIRD VERA BONNER BEVERLEY BROWN JOANNE BROWN MARJORIE CAMERON BETTY CANNON MARGARET CARSWELL MARY JO CLARK DOROTHEA COLLINS COURTNEY COOLIDGE PHYLLIS COOPER M. DAUGHTY LOU DUMM RUTH EDWARDS CHARLENE EMERY CHARLINE FADEN MIRIAM FOOT VIRGINIA FURBECK S. GARBERICK HELEN GILMOUR MARY GOOGE MARGARET HALL DONA HARBISON DOROTHY HAWES HELEN HERALD JOAN LILLENGREN MARY ALICE MAGRUDER MARY MARK GALE MARTIN JEANNE MAYNARD BETTY McGRATH NANCY MILLER NANCY HOLTZMAN RUTH MILLER C. HOPKINS MARY JOHNSON GAIL JOHNSON WANDA KOCH MARJORIE LEAF BARBARA MORRISON ORA NEILL HELEN NEWCOMER ANNA RUTH POPPEN JOAN POWELL ELOISE PRESLEY NORMA ROBB PATRICIA SAMMET PHILLIS WATKINS BERNICE WHEELER JEAN WHITWELL STELLA WHITE BARBARA WILLI VIRGINIA WIER JACQUELYN WIENER DOROTHY WILSON MARIE WILSON RUTH ZAGAR 261 I PSI KAPPA PSI Women ' s Band Honorary I Front row: Bainer, Newell, Padgett, Olds, Charlesworth, Whitley, Foster. Back row: Leonard, Ward, Bivans, Sigler, Rominger, Towse, Veach, Brown, France, Ware, Colson. Officers MARY JANE TOWSE President NADINE FOSTER Vice-President CAROL BIVANS Secretary HELEN ROMINGER Treasurer MAXINE WHITLEY ..... _ Reporter HUGH McMillan :. Faculty Advisor MEMBERS mariam bainer CARYL bivans juneva brown EILEEN charlesworth mariam colson nadine foster betty france whipple leonard rosemary newell joan olds JESSIE PADGETT HELEN ROMINGER PEGGY SIGLER DONNA LEE TAYLOR MARY JANE TOWSE VIRGINIA VEACH CONNIE WARD MARY WARE MAXINE WHITLEY 262 I SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Honorary Music Fraternity I Front row: Miller, Simmons, Botts, Durr, Henle. Second row: Leonard, Brown, Whitley, Wilcoxon, White. Third row: Strain, Ward, Bothwell, Webber, Schroeder, Spare, Brandon, Mason, Mattocks, Joyce. Fourth row: Palmer, Dean Brown, Dixie, Mariner, Baker, Gamble, Ridgeway, Hellems. Back row: Colson, Sandquist, Seitz, Foster, Edmondson. Officers VIRGINIA BOTTS President RUTH LAW . ....Vice-President LOUISE BURNARD Secretary ELAINE WILCOXON Treasurer ELIZABETH MARINER Chaplain MAXINE WHITLEY Sergeant-at-Arms MRS. KATHERINE DIXIE ........Faculty Advisor MEMBERS VIRGINIA BOTTS JUNEVA BROWN ANN BRANDON LOUISE BURNARD DOROTHY DURR MILDRED EDMONDSON NADINE FOSTER CARMEN HENLE RUTH LAW WHIPPLE LEONARD ELIZABETH MARINER EMMA JO McCRACKEN RACHEL MORGAN ' - KATHRYNE SANDQUIST ERNESTINE SCHRADER GLORIA SEITZ PAULA SPARE ' ANNA MAE STRAIN CONSUELA WARD DOROTHY WEBER MARTHA WHITE MAXINE WHITLEY ELAINE WILCOXON 263 SIGMA TAU National Honorary Engineering Front row: Scruby, Silver, Carlin, Hubbard, Cain. Second row: Becker, Rogers, Buroker, Hadley, Wyche, Winter. Back row: Wilson, Looper, McFeron, Irish, Campbell, Roylance, Brown. Off leers JOHN WILSON President PALMER CARLIN _ Vice-President LEON SILVER Secretary HENRY WINTER Historian MR. THOMAN Faculty Advisor MEMBERS FLOYD BECKER LEO BUROKER DALTON BROWN LeROY CAIN GORDON CAMPBELL PALMER CARLIN LOWELL HADLEY HERBERT HUBBARD EVERETT IRISH JOE LOOPER DEAN McFERON ROBERT ROGERS ROBERT ROYLANCE LEON SILVER RALPH SCRUBY JOHN WILSON JAMES WYCHE 264 I UNIVERSITY WOMEN ' S CLUB I Bottom to top: Hylan, Wheeler, Edmondson, Edmondson, Larson, Botts, Burgoin, Brandon, Dabbs, Waldo. Offi cers ANN BRANDON President MILDRED ANNA EDMONDSON ._ ... .Vice-President DOROTHY LARSON Secretary HELEN WALDO . Treasurer CORA LOUISE BOTTS Publicity HARRIET EDMONDSON Membership VIRGINIA WHEELER Personnel ANNE HYLAN Social SARAH DABBS Housing HOPE BURGOIN Head Triad FACULTY SPONSORS MISS STENGEL, MISS BROWN, MRS. STORK FASHION AND PERSONALITY Head Triad— NORMA JEAN CASPER Assistant— DOROTHY GREENO Under Triads— BETTY PERKINS, NINA JOHNSTON, MARION CROCKETT RECREATIONAL AND TRAVEL Head Triad— CHARLOTTE JOHNSON Assistant— BETTY LOU STARKS Under Triads— NELLIE WOODS, HELEN ROMINGER, JEAN HAWKINS THREE ARTS Head Triad— MARY ALICE GAVAGAN Assistant— MARTHA WHITE Under Triads— JEANETTE TILLER, CRETE STEEN, WHIPPLE LEONARD 265 I VALKYRIE I Front row: Rutherford, Selby, Caldwell, Dunn, Foster, Sendquist, Fashbaugh. Middle row: Edmondson, Shoup, Pecoraro, Ehmbom, Wilson, Giarratano, Jones, Haskins. Top row: Brandon, Boock, Johnson, Carpenter, Leonard, Ingraham, Waldo, Ling, Whitley, Coursen. Old Officers ROSE PECORARO PEGGY COLE LOUISE WILSON MARY EHMBOM PAULINE GIARRATANO President ...Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Pledge Captain New Officers PAULINE GIARRATANO BETTY ANN HASKINS .. SARAH ANN LING EDNA P. VINCI President .Vice-President Secretary Treasurer CYNTHIA BONE ANN BRANDON MARIE CALDWELL GRACE CARPENTER VIRGINIA CARPENTER PEGGY COLE BARBARA COURSEN MILDRED EDMONDSON PHYLLIS GROOMS RUTH HALL JO ANN MURFIN DOLORES PERELLA Actives FRANCIS FASHBAUGH NADINE FOSTER ELDA GILBERT DOROTHY HEBERT WINIFRED INGRAHAM BARBARA JOHNSON WHIPPLE LEONARD BETTY LOU PAYNE Pledges BERNICE PETERSON MARJORIE PINAMONT LOUISE PRICE CHARLOTTE SP ANGLER BETTY PERKINS MARGARET A. RUTHERFORD KATHERINE SANDQUIST BETTY SELBY HELEN WALDO MAXINE WHITLEY LOUISE WILSON ALMA THORNTON MARY JANE TOUSE MARY WEAR 266 I VETERANS UNIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP I First row: Patty Girard, Gerlach, Olson, Austin, Grubbs, DeVol. Second row: Renbarger, Gillespie, Green, Seydler, Toepelman, Mercer, Schuessler, Morrison, Ervin, Sandham. Third row: Ferguson, Bret, Strayer, Rakestraw, Robinson, McCoraty, Kress, Plank, VanMeter, Riley. Fourth row: Mitchum, Fry, Dosh, Arnold, Wilson, Haines, Polich, Francis, Kilpatrick, Finnell. Officers BLAINE E. MERCER President HERBERT M. SEYDLER „ .-... .Vice-President ARTHUR E. GREEN Secretary ALFRED J. SCHUESSLER Treasurer RICHARD E. MORRISON Historian DWAIN ERVIN Publicity Director DR. W. C. TOEPELMAN Sponsor MEMBERS MORRIS D. ARNOLD JAMES F. AUSTIN GENE BRET DWAIN ERVIN JERRY FERGUSON NORMAN R. FINNELL MATTHEW L. FRANCIS SAMUEL L. FRY DON GERLACH CHARLES M. GILLESPIE PHILIP GIRARD ARTHUR E. GREEN WILLIAM E. GRUBBS MARK J. HAINES WILLIAM R. HOBBS LEE HOWARD DOUGLAS S. KILPATRICK ROGER KRESS JOSEPH P. McCONATY MURRAY MELLIKER BLAINE E. MERCER BENJAMIN MILLER ALLEN MITCHUM RICHARD E. MORRISON LEON OLSON RILEY PATTY CHRISTY PLANK BRUCE J. POLICH D. R. PRISMON FOREST R. RAKESTRAW D. l; renbarger ROEfERT W. RILEY ALAN E. " ROBINSON , DAVID ROHR WILLARD RUSK GIBSON SANDHAM HERBERT M. SEYDLER ALFRED J. SCHUESSLER DAVID M. SHIPLEY RICHARD K. Strayer t ORMAN V. SUAREZ arren van meter edwin s., wilson 267 I VIKING CLUB I First row: Isamu Amemiya, Robert Duncan, Paul Peterson, Leonard Perlmutter. Second row: George Hirschfeld, James Bull, Everett Irish, Al Von Egidy. Third row: George Bardwell, Arthur Truitt, John Biles, Eugene Hine, Gayle Alden, David Eddington, T. J. Hicks, John West, Jack Stringham, Hubert Williams, Kenneth Classen, Guy Alan Woodhill, Lockard Mays, Robert Kolb. Officers JIM BULL .: - - President BUD WILLIAMS - - - - Vice-President BOB KOLB -- - Secretary WARREN VAN METER - Treasurer GAYLE ALDEN - -Historian ISAMU AMEMIYA ROBERT DUNCAN PAUL PETERSON LEONARD PERLMUTTER GEORGE HIRSCHFELD JAMES BULL EVERETT IRISH ALLAN VON EGIDY GEORGE BARDWELL ARTHUR TRUITT JOHN BILES EUGENE HINE AL BONNER BOB BARREL BOB CLASSEN HAROLD CLAYBROOKS GUY CALONGE GUS CONSTANTINO HARRY DANIELS HENRY FINGADO MEMBERS GAYLE ALDEN DAVID EDDINGTON T. J. HICKS JOHN WEST JACK STRINGHAM HUBERT WILLIAMS KENNETH CLASSEN GUY ALAN WOODHILL LOCKARD MAYS ROBERT KOLB JIM BERRY New Members TOM LYON BOB FREDRICKSON DON FRISCHER CECIL GUNTHER DWAIN JACKSON CLARK KELLEY IRA LEE EUGENE LEVINE JOHN CHIKUMA DAVE FRAZIER JOSEPH KNITTLE LOUIS KUH DAVID LIGHTBURN ROBERT MacARTHUR RUSSEL MORGEY CARL PINAMONT JOHN STINTON WARREN VAN METER JIM AUSTEN KEN MARQUAND JONATHAN MARSHALL DON MATTIVI BLAINE MERCER BRUCE POLICH ANTHONY RAY DAVID WILLEY 268 I WESLEY FOUNDATION i METHODIST STUDENT MOVEMENT Front row: Fujii, Rev. Barney (Altar), Pollock, Wadleigh. Middle row: Roll, Law, Henley, Case (Altar) , Catterson, Oliver, Shimon, Mrs. Barney. Third row: McLeod, Bridges, Mills, Drexel, Utgard (Altar), Dever, Willman, Willman, Sterling, Grimes. Top row: Nave, Smith, Heckendorn, Alden, Scarffe (Altar), Carlin, Hammel, Wheatley, Malehorm. Officers KATHRYN ROMER President MARGARET MILLS Vice-President PALMER CARLIN __ Secretary JACK HECKENDORM Treasurer MYRTLE DREXEL Wesley Class Chairman CHARLES HOUSTON Forum Chairman Appointive Officers ELAM CASE GAYLE ALDEN Music Chairman — Social Chairman KATHLEEN DEVER Vesper Chairman DONNA WARD Publicity Chairman CHARLES POLLOCK Supper Chairman AL SCARFFE Fellowship Chairman ESTHER OLIVER " Skyline " Editor Wesley Foundation Board WM. G. GAMBILL ERIC N. RACKHAM JAMES H. BUCHANAN R. D. WARD H. H. MILLS FRED R. NEIHAUS EDWIN R. WALKER F. A. BOGGESS REV. MR. GLENN H. BARNEY...... Associate Director DR. RUFUS C. BAKER Pastor Director 269 I WESTMINSTER FOUNDATION I PRESBYTERIAN Front row: Cooper, Popper, Evans, Bivans, Blumenthal, Busselle. Middle row: Schroeder, Flatt, Rymill, Inman, Schimpfky, Barnett, Monn. Top row: Bull, McCurdy, Westerwich, Sinz, Wyatt, Hadley, Fletcher, Abbott, Dr. Greenway. Officers JOHN FLETCHER ,. President LOWELL HADLEY Vice-President CARYL BIVANS Secretary BLANCHE SCHIMPFKY .....Treasurer MEMBERS JIM BULL DAVIS McCURDY BOB WESTERWICK LAWRENCE SINZ DICK WYATT LOWELL HADLEY JOHN FLETCHER JIM ABBOTT PATSY SCHROEDER MARIAN FLATT SHIRLEY RYMILL JOAN INMAN BLANCHE SCHIMPFKY BETTY BARNETT ELSIE MONN MARY JEAN COOPER ANNA RUTH POPPER WINIFRED EVANS CARYL BIVANS MURIEL BLUMENTHAL JOANNE BUSSELLE 270 I WOMEN ' S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION! Front row: Davis, Fry, Tomonson, Gasser, Parkhill, Bush, Hayward, Cross. Middle row: Miss Martin, Porter, Hill, Young, Todd, Griffith, Leaf, Olson. Back row: Muller, Moore, Bennetts, Griffith, McLoud, Reinhardt, Wilson, Bower. Officers 1944 JANE MOORE President FRANCES RIGGS ......Vice-President MARY SHAW Secretary SHIRLEY BENNETTS Treasurer 1945 SHIRLEY BENNETTS ..President MARY JANE GRIFFITH Vice-President BARBARA PORTER Secretary MARGARET REINHARDT Treasurer MISS MARTIN Sponsor 271 I Y. W. C. A. Young Women ' s Christian Association I Top row: Kitawaga, Hylan, Graves, Buckman, Comer, Glhams, Carter. Second row: Dunn, Olmstead, Pratt, Kragh, Rodman, Smith. Front row: Beeman, Chase, Catlet, Hickman. Officers JO PRATT - President BARBARA GRAVES -. .Vice-President NADINE OLMSTEAD ...Membership JOAN ALLEN Secretary JANEGILHAMS - - -- --- Treasurer ANNE HYLAN — Freshman Commissions LORRAINE BUCKMAN Y. W.C.A. Secretary Publicity— JEAN DILLOW Personal Relations— JANE KRAUGH and JEAN DILLOW Freshman Commissions— ADRIAN COMER, DOROTHY BEEMAN, MAMIE CHASE COMMUNITY SERVICES: Big and Little 5iJ er— MARJORIE RODMAN, ADDIE MAE SMITH Campfire Girls— MARY ANNE CARTER, LOU HICKMAN Toy Loan Library— XENIA STANLEY Y Lobby— WINNIE INGRAHAM Music Group— GLORIA SEITZ, DONNA DUNN 272 GREEKS 273 Top and left to right: Anderson, Babcock, Brennecke, Boston, Barber, Barrett, Carson, Davis, Doyle, Echternach, Flanagan, Gemmeles, Hagan, Herald, House, Kempton, Kiernes, LaRue, Mitchell, Nash, Nelson, Ogier, Olson, Olson, Palmer, Paul, Peschke, Pittenger, Randall, Reeder, Reigan, Slemmens, Smith, Stephens, Stirrett, Street, Topping, Tucker, Warner, Webber, Woods. Name Actives Hometown Cla ANDERSON, BARBARA, Pueblo, Colo. 1946 BABCOCK, BETTY, Denver, Colo. ......1947 BALDWIN, BETTY JO, Estes Park, Colo _ 1945 BARBER, ROMAINE, Denver, Colo. - 1946 BOSTON, BEVERLY, Denver, Colo. 1947 CARSON, BEVERLY BETH, Elizabeth, Colo 1946 DAVIS, DOROTHY, Brighton, Colo. ..._ 1947 DAVIS, EILEEN, Brighton, Colo. _ 1948 ECHTERNACH, VIRGINIA, Palisade, Colo 1945 FRYE, JEAN, Southgate, Calif. 1945 GIRARD, ANN, Denver, Colo _ 1947 HAGAN, RUTH, La Grange, 111. 1947 HOUSE, MARGARET, Cripple Creek, Colo — 1946 KIERNES, PATRICIA, Wellington, Colo _. 1946 LaRUE, LOIS LEE, Longmont, Colo . .._ - 1947 LEAF, MARJORIE, Denver, Colo - 1947 LYNCH, MARY KAY, Des Moines, Iowa 1946 MARKEY, LORETTA, Golden, Colo. _ 1947 MITCHELL, CONNIE, Wichita, Kansas ....1947 NASH, NATALIE JEAN, Leadville, Colo 1947 OGIER, MARGARET, North Platte, Nebr _..... 1945 OLSON, EVA JEAN, Pagosa Springs, Colo 1946 OLSON, ILAMAE, Pagosa Springs, Colo 1947 PADGETT, JESSIE, Center, Colo 1946 PALMER, THELMA, Cedaredge, Colo. _ 1946 PESCHKE, EDNA ANN, Pueblo, Colo _ .1947 REIGAN, BETTY LOU, Rifle, Colo _ 1946 ROBB, NORMA, Uveland, Colo. _ _ _ 1945 SALIBA, JACKIE, Walsenburg, Colo I... 1947 SEYLER, MARIAN, Denver, Colo _ _ 1945 SLEMMONS, MIRIAM, Chrisham, III , 1945 SMITH, ADDIE MAE, Leadville, Colo. 1947 Name Hometown Class STEPHENS, ELIZABETH JEAN, Denver, Colo 1946 STREET, BARBARA, Englewood, Colo 1947 TUCKER, BETTY, Denver, Colo. 1945 WEBBER, DOROTHY J., Gunnison, Colo ._ 1947 WOODS, NELLIE, El Paso, Texas 1946 Pled g es ABBOTT, LODEMA JANE, Wheatridge, Colo 1948 ANDERSON, JO ANN, Des Moines, Iowa 1948 ANDREWS, BETH, Goring, Nebr. _ ...1948 AUGER, PATRICIA, Denver, Colo ...1948 BARRETT, MILLIE, Boulder, Colo .....1947 BRENNECKE, BARBARA, Marshalltown, Iowa 1948 DOYLE, ESTELLE, Pueblo, Colo. . 1948 FLANAGAN, SHIRLEY, Milwaukee, Wis 1947 GREEN, JO ANNE, Chicago, III. 1948 GREMMELS, RUTH K., Waterloo, Iowa _ ..1948 HERALD, HELEN, Austin, Texas 1948 LEONARD, MARGAURITE, Cheyenne, Wyo 1948 MAZZONE, ANNETTE, Walsenburg, Colo _ 1947 NELSON, PATTY, Boulder, Colo .1948 PAUL, VIRGINIA, Grand Junction, Colo 1946 PITTENGER, LOIS LEE, Denver, Colo - 1948 PREUSCH, ELAINE, Boulder, Colo. 1948 RANDALL, MARY ELLEN, Glenwood Springs, Colo. 1948 REEDER, DOROTHY, Canton, 111. ... 1946 SELF, PAULINE, Englewood, Colo 1948 STEBBINS, BARBARA, Denver, Colo — 1948 STIRRETT, NANCY JANE, Casper, Wyo - 1947 TOPPING, BARBARA, Boulder, Colo. __ 1948 UNFUG, LOIS LEE, Walsenburg, Colo... 1947 WARNER, JEAN, Dayton, Ohio .1948 274 alpha chi omega Officers MARIAN SEYLER ......_ President BETTY TUCKER ...Vice-President BETTY LOU REIGAN Secretary LOIS LEE LaRUE Treasurer THELMA PALMER .. . Rush Chairman LILLIAN SMERCHECK -. Faculty Of primary interest to the Alpha Chi ' s have been campus war activities. Margaret Ogier is secretary of the Campus Red Cross Unit and Eva Jean Olson is treasurer. Ilamae Olson, following in the footsteps of Dottie Davis, C. U. Day ' s Queen, was queen of the Bond Wagon. During the Christmas season the actives gave their annual formal for the pledges. To reciprocate the latter entertained the active at a Colonial Ball. As a fitting climax to the social season the chapter held a din- ner dance at the Cosmopolitan Hotel. Prominent members are Betty Tucker, Pi Mu Epsilon, President of Women ' s Engi- neering Society, past Panhellenic president, A. S. U. C. Commission, Senate, A. I. Ch. E., A. W. S. Housing Committee, Academic Affairs Committee; Marge Leaf, Spur, President of Porpoise, freshman counselor, Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Nellie Woods, presi- dent of freshman dorm, secretary of dorm presidents, House of Representatives, Triad of Women ' s Club, Red Cross Founded at DePauw Uniyersily in 1883 Nu Chapter Installed at Colorado University in 1907 Colors — Scarlet and Oliye Green Flower — Red Carnation ' Top and left to right: Barker, Beynon, Brooks, Brumbach, Case, Chandler, Dennis, Dickman, Dillow, Dunn, Evans, Gorthy, Herring, Hopkins Jones, Lundblade, Lynch, Magruder, McCoy, Mclntyre, Moore, Myers, Parrish, Papoulas, Shapkoff, Spare, Stark, Street, Swearingen, Tune, Vickers. Name Actives Hometown Class BARKER, KATHLEEN, Modesto, California _ - 1946 CASE, LA JUNE, Ault, Colorado . — 1946 CHANDLER, ANITA, River Forest, Illinois — 1947 DICKMAN, PAT, New Orleans, Louisiana - - - 1946 DILLOW, JEANNE, Hugo, Colorado -— --- 1947 DUNN, DONNA, Boulder, Colorado 1947 HENLE, CARMEN, Boulder, Colorado - 1946 HERRING, JACQUELINE, Boulder, Colorado 1945 JONES, VIRGINIA, Elko, Nevada 1947 LAW, RUTH, Boulder, Colorado .. - 1946 LUNDBLADE, HELEN, Idaho Falls, Idaho 1947 McCOY, PEGGY, Denver, Colorado ... -- 1946 MYERS, VIRGINIA, Whittier, California 1947 POPOULAS, ANGIE, Craig, Colorado -.1946 REINHARDT, MARGARET, Lincoln, Illinois 1946 SHAPKOFF, GEORGIA, Christopher, Illinois _. 1945 SPARE, PAULA, Boulder, Colorado -. 1946 STREET, GLORIA, Fort Worth, Texas 1945 VICKERS, BETTYE, Smaclcover, Arkansas 1945 Pledges Class 1948 Name Hometown ANDERSON, ELAINE, Denver, Colorado ANDRIST, WILMA, St. Francis, Kansas 1947 BATTERSHELL, EMILY, LaGrange, Illinois 1947 BEYNON, MARY CATHERINE, Frederick, Colorado ...1948 BROOKS, BEVERLEY ANNE, Coffeyville, Kansas 1947 BRUMBACH, NANCY, Easterly, Pennsylvania 1948 DAHL, ALICE, Golden, Colorado 1948 DENNIS, COLLEEN, Kit Carson, Colorado 1948 EVANS, ANNA MAE, Pueblo, Colorado 1948 FOOTE, MIRIAM, Denver, Colorado _ ....1947 GORTHY, ANNE, St. Francis, Kansas 1947 HOPKINS, NINELLE, Douglas, Arizona...- 1948 JOHNSON, LUCILLE, Chicago, Illinois ._ 1948 KRUEGER, ANN, New Ulm, Minnesota 1948 LYNCH, RITA, Denver, Colorado 1948 McDonald, MARILOU, Denver, Colorado ...1948 McINTYRE, GERRY, Helix, Oregon 1946 MAGRUDER, MARY ALICE, Webb City, Missouri 1947 MOORE, MARILYN, Dalhart, Texas ..._ 1948 PARRISH, ANNE, Monmouth, Illinois 1947 PHILLIPS, JUDY, Denver, Colorado 1948 PORTER, BETTIAN, Collbran, Colorado 1947 RAASCH, LOUISE, Norfolk, Nebraska ...1948 SCHERER, JOANNE, Houston, Texas 1948 SCHRAEDER, ERNESTINE, Trinidad, Colorado 1946 STARK, MARY, Whitewater, New Mexico _ 1947 SWEARINGEN, ZELDA, Independence, Kansas 1946 THOMPSON, BARBARA, Delmar, California 1948 TILSON, MARJORIE, Plainview, Texas 1948 TUNE, BETTY, Boulder, Colorado 1948 WARD, CONNIE, Boulder, Colorado 1947 276 alpha delta pi Founded at Wesleyan College in 1S31 Alpha Alpha Chapter Installed at Colorado University in 1914 Officers MARGARET REINHARDT . President JACQUELINE HERRING Vice-Pres.dent PEGGY McCOY Secretary VIRGINIA JONES .Treasurer ANITA CHANDLER Corresponding Secretary JUDY CASE Rush Captain MARY LOU LYDA Faculty VICTORIA SIEGFRIED Faculty In February, the pledges surprised the actives by presenting in their honor a formal. The theme, Cleo ' s Capers, was made into an underwater scene consisting of brightly colored fish and mermaids. Founder ' s Day was celebrated in May with the annual Founder ' s Day banquet in Denver. This is the sorority ' s ninety-fourth year. Activities of some of the members were: Margaret Reinhardt, Treasurer of W. A. A., Senate, A. W. S. Commission, Dorm President, Nurses ' Aid; Angie Papoulus , Drum Majorette; Kathy Barker, National Educational Honorary, Kappa Delta Pi; Paula Spare and Ruth Law, Sigma Alpha Iota, Madrigal Choir; Donna Dunn, Group Leader in Y. W. C. A.; U. W. C; Jeanne Dillow, Group Leader in Y. W. C. A., Forensics League. Top and left to right: Anderson, Arbaugh, Barquist, Barrett, Brady, Birt, Cliff, Coover, C. Cox, S. Cox, Fereday, Fountain, Gathman, Grey, Hayes, Holm, Huhn, Hunter, Johnson, Juhre, Kain, Kemp, Long, McKinnie, Montgomery, Mutschler, Portz, Pels, Pringle, Rose, Smith, Vanderwilt, VanValkinburg, C. Watson, W. Watson, P. White, S. White, Wirth, Zohm. Name Actives Hometown Cla ARBAUGH, MARGIE L., Pueblo, Colorado 1946 BARQUIST, MURIEL M., Stratford, Iowa.- _. . 1947 COX, SHIRLEY, Boulder, Colorado 1946 FEREDAY, JOY, Pocatello, Idaho „. 1947 GREY, DOROTHY, Evanston, Illinois _ 1945 HAYES, MARGARET ANN, Palo Alto, California 1946 HOLM, LA VERNE, Chicago, Illinois : 1947 HUNGERFORD, BARBARA, Arlington, Virginia __ 1947 HUNTER, GLORIA, Illiopolis, Illinois .. 1945 JOHNSON, MARGUERITE, Limon, Colorado _... 1947 KEMP, MARTHA, Dallas, Texas 1947 MONTGOMERY, DOROTHY JEAN, Stratford, Iowa ...1947 PELS, CYNTHIA, Denver, Colorado 1947 PRINGLE, MARY, La Junta, Colorado 1947 ROGERS, DOROTHY R,, Green River, Wyoming 1945 SMITH, ADA MAE, Denver, Colorado . ... 1947 VAN VALKINBURG, BETTY, Swink, Colorado 1947 WATLEY, PEGGY, Boulder, Colorado _ 1946 WHITE, PATRICIA, Piedmont, California _ 1946 WHITE, STELLA, Jackson, Tennessee 1946 ZOHM, CAROLE, Helena, Montana 1947 Pled g es Na Hometown Class ANDERSON, ELEANOR, Ft. Warren, Wyoming 1947 BARRETT, KATHRYN, Hamilton, Montana... 1948 BRADY, BETTY, Boulder, Colorado 1948 BIRT, JIMMIE JUNE, U Junta, Colorado. 1948 BUSSELLE, JOANNE, Boulder, Colorado 1948 CAMERON, GLADYS, Wheatridge, Colorado. 1946 CLIFF, LORRAINE, Denver, Colorado 1947 COOVER, JO ANN, Kinsley, Kansas 1947 COX, CAROL, Boulder, Colorado 1948 EVERS, PATRICIA, Briarcliff Manor, New York .1948 FOUNTAIN, PATRICIA, Detroit, Michigan 1948 GATHMAN, EILA, Gurlcy, Nebraska 1948 HALLIWELL, JOAN, Pocatello, Idaho 1947 HARVEY, JOAN, Green River, Wyoming 1948 HOLDEN, MARY, Wheatridge, Colorado... _ 1946 HUHN, MARDELLE, Denver, Colorado 1948 JUHRE, MILEGE, Dundee, Illinois 1948 KAIN, LOIS, Gary, Indiana 1948 LONG, LA VERNE, Napoleon, Ohio .1948 McKINNIE, PEGGY, Jackson, Tennessee 1947 MALONEY, BARBARA, Florence, Colorado 1948 MUTSCHLER, AUDREY, Dallas, Texas 1948 PORTZ, LA DELLE, Champaign, Illinois.... _ . 1948 ROSE, CAROLINE, Denver, Colorado . 1948 SWEARINGEN, BARBARA, Walnut Creek, California 1947 VANDERWILT, CHRISTINE, Denver, Colorado _ 1948 WATSON, CAROLYN, Pocatello, Idaho 1947 WATSON, WINIFRED, Pocatello, Idaho _. 1948 WIRTH, MARILYN, Oak Park, Illinois 1948 ZUMWINKEL, BETTY, Clearwater, Florida 1947 278 alpha omicron pi Officers DOROTHY R. ROGERS _._ President STELLA WHITE Vice-President La VERNE HOLM ...... . Secretary SHIRLEY COX _ . ;. Treasurer BETTY VAN VALKINBURG Rush-Captain The outstanding event of the year was the winter formal given in honor of the pledges. The theme of the dance was Pent- house Serenade. The Founders ' Day banquet opened a " penny-a-meal " drive sponsored by A O Pi for underprivileged children. The A O Pi ' s won the girls ' basketball intramural tournaments this year. Three of the girls were chosen on the All-Star team. They were: Stella White, Muriel Barquist, and Dorothy Montgomery. Outstanding members of the chapter are: Betty Van Valkenberg, Panhellenic, Kappa Phi, rush chairman; Dorothy Rogers, presi- dent of A O Pi, House of Representatives, Panhellenic, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Kappa Delta Pi; Margie Arbugh, Spur, W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., A. W. S. Housing Committee. Founded at Barnard College in 1897 Chi Delta Chapter Installed at Colorado University in 1926 Color — Cardinal Flower — Jacqueminot Rose Top and left to right: Ahern, Alexander, Buck, Bunting, Burnard, Chambers, Comegys, Currier, Cushing, Cushman, Echternach, Elliott, Emery, Fitzgerald, Freeman, Frisbie, Fulton, Garvin, Giddes, Green, Grimm, Hall, Hess, Howell, Jacobson, Johnson, Ladegard, LeRoy, McCreary, Mahan, Martin, Miller, North, Pressley, Riggenbach, Russell, Strader, Thompson, VanHorn, Verploeg, Warner. Actives Name Hometown Class AHERN, PATRICIA, Denver, Colorado 1945 BACHMAN, JANET, Denver, Colorado 1946 BURNARD, LOUISE, Denver, Colorado 1946 COLES, JEAN, Denver, Colorado 1946 COMEGYS, MARGARET, U Grange, Illinois 1945 CUSHING, MARY LOUISE, Oak Park, Illinois 1947 CUSHMAN, MARGARET, Evanston, Illinois . 1947 DEE, EDITH W., Us Angeles, California. .. 1946 ECHTERNACH, MARGUERITE, Beverly Hills, California 1945 FITZGERALD, PATTI JEAN, Brush, Colorado 1945 FREEMAN, CAROLYN ANN, Greeley, Colorado 1946 FULTON, RUTH MARIE, Denver, Colorado 1947 GASSER, SUZANNE, Pocatello, Idaho 1946 GARVIN, BETTY, Topeka, Kansas 1947 GARRISON, PATRICIA, Grand Junction, Colorado 1945 GREEN, GWENDOLYN, Topeka, Kansas 1947 GRIFFITH, CONSTANCE, Denver, Colorado 1947 HALL, BILLIE, Denver, Colorado 1945 HAYWARD, LURA, Cimarron, New Mexico — .- 1945 HESS, DOROTHY, Sioux City, Iowa 1945 HOWELL, ADA BETH, Denver, Colorado 1945 JACOBSON, RUTH, Detroit, Michigan .. 1947 JOHNSON, MARY ALICE, Rapid City, South Dakota 1945 KILLEY, MARY BETH, Western Springs, Illinois 1947 LEROY, ELAINE, Denver, Colorado „ 1947 MARTIN, GALE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 1946 NORTH, LYNN, Pleasant Hills, Missouri 1947 PEARCE, PATRICIA, Des Plains, Illinois 1947 PRESLEY, ELOISE, Gallup, New Mexico 1946 SCHARBACH, SHIRLEY, Schenectady, New York 1946 SWAN, LOIS. U Grange, Illinois _ 1947 VERPLOEG, PHYLLIS, Pella, Iowa 1945 280 • Pled g es Name Hometown Class ALEXANDER, JEAN, Evanston, Illinois 1948 BOWYER, MARJORIE, Chicago, Illinois „ 1948 BUNTING, MARY ALICE, Fort Collins, Colorado 1948 CASEY, PHYLLIS, Evanston, Illinois .. 1948 CHAMBERS, MARY ALICE, Evanston, Illinois 1948 CURRIER, PHYLLIS, Maywood, Illinois _ 1948 DIXON, ERICA, Toledo, Ohio . 1948 ELLIOTT, VIRGINIA, Wheatridge, Colorado 1948 EMERY, JAYNE MANN, Denver, Colorado 1945 FLETCHER, RUTH, Van Meter, Iowa 1946 FRISBIE, GEORGIANA, Hinghland Park, IlUnois 1948 GIDDES, GLORIA, Kenilworth, Illinois 1948 GRIMM, DOROTHY ANN, Evanston, Illinois 1948 HALL, MARGARET, Boon, Iowa .. _.. 1948 HERMAN, SHELIA, Denver, Colorado 1948 JACOBSON, MARY, Fargo, North Dakota 1948 KEYES, POLLY, Casper, Wyoming _. 1947 KOCH, WANDA, Denver, Colorado .._ 1948 LADEGARD, JANE, Sidney, Nebraska 1948 MAHAN, PATRICIA, Glencoe, Illinois 1948 McCREARY, MARY BETH, Torrington, Wyoming 1948 MILLER, JOAN, Casper, Wyoming 1947 POPPIN, ANNA RUTH, Boulder, Colorado 1945 RIGGENBACH, SHIRLEY, Monte Vista, Colorado ;. 1948 RUSSELL, ROSEMARY, Western Springs, Illinois _. .. 1948 SMITH, CAROLINE, Sioux City, Iowa _ 1948 STRADER, NANCY, Evanston, Illinois 1948 THOMPSON, BERTHA, Highland Park, Illinois 1948 TOWNSEND, RUTH, Sycamore, Illinois 1948 VAN HORN, MARY CATHERINE, Manitou Springs, Colo 1946 WARNER, MARY, Fort Lupton, Colorado _.. 1948 alpha phi Officers LURA HAYWARD President PEGGY COMEGYS Vice-President JANET BACHMAN Secretary PHYLLIS VERPLOEG Treasurer ADA BETH HOWELL Rush Chairman CHARLOTTE SP ANGLER Faculty MARGARET ANN COLLINS Faculty SUE ALLEN Faculty Alpha Phi has completed another out- standing year. They not only won first place in field hockey, but also won the first place cup for the " prettiest booth " at the Buffalo Bond Rally, and have been active in other war committees and drives. Some of the more outstanding Alpha Phi ' s in- clude: Sue Gasser — A. S. U. C. Commis- sion, W. A. A. Board, Head of Intra- murals. Silver and Gold News Editor, Spur and Hesperia; Ann Freeman — Spur, Hes- peria, and Women ' s Club Council; Peg Cushman — Spur, Broadcast Bounce Com- mittee; Mary Lou Gushing — Spur, Dodo Circulation Manager, A. I. E. E., Colorado Engineer; Janet Bachman — Spur, Coloradan Sales Manager, Window Advertising Man- ager, and Beta Sigma. Founded at the University of Syracuse in 1872 Beta Gamma Chapter Installed at Colorado University in 1924 Colors — Silver and Bordeaux Flowers — Forget-Me-Not and Lily of the Valley r " Top Actives Name Hometown Class ANDERSEN, MILLICENT, Julesburg, Colorado -- 1946 BEATTIE, PATSY JEAN, Boulder, Colorado 1945 BENNETTS, SHIRLEY, Denver, Colorado ..,-1945 BETASSO, BETTY RAY, Boulder, Colorado - 1945 BUSH, KATHERINE, Glen Ellyn, Illinois -.- 1947 BRADSHAW, BOBBE, Borger, Texas .......1945 BURGOIN, HOPE, Omaha, Nebraska 1947 CARDINAL, PEGGIROE. Littleton, Colorado 1946 CHAMBERLIN, MARY, Casper, Wyoming 1947 DURR, DOROTHY, Belle Fourche, South Dakota 1945 EMMETT, PERSIS, Boulder, Colorado _ 1945 PARIS, PATRICIA, Kansas City, Missouri 1945 FORDHAM, AUDREY, Gunnison, Colorado 1947 FURBECK, VIRGINIA, Glen Ellyn, Illinois 1947 GREENO, DOROTHY, Boulder, Colorado 1947 HARMS, ADRIENNE, Denver, Colorado 1946 HERTNEKY, BARBARA, Denver, Colorado 1946 HILL, MARGARET, Greeley, Colorado 1947 JACKSON, BETTY, Denver, Colorado 1947 JACKSON, PATSY, Tulsa, Oklahoma _ 1945 JESSUP, BARBARA JEAN, Elbert, Colorado _..1945 JONES, CHARLIE MARIE, Dalhart, Texas 1947 KING, MARIAN, Arlington, Virginia 1946 LEHMAN, LOIS, Denison, Iowa 1945 McCAW, ANNE, Denver, Colorado 1945 MARINOFF, VIVIAN, Denver, Colorado 1944 MARTIN, BETTY JO, El Paso, Texas 1947 NEWELL, ROSEMARY, Belle Fourche, South -Dakota ...„ 1946 OLDS, JOAN, Grinnell, Iowa .„ 1947 PERKINS, JEANETTE, Mitchel, Nebraska 1946 PRATT, PAULA, Casper, Wyoming 1945 SCHLESSINGER, MURIEL, Colorado Springs, Colorado .._ 1945 SHAW, MARY, Denver, Colorado 1944 SMETHILLS, PHYLLIS, Denver, Colorado 1944 and left to right: Andersen, Borst, Bradshaw, Burgoin, Bush, Chamberlin, Durr, Emmett, Paris, Finney, Furbeck, Gilliand, Greeno, Harms, Hill, Huggins, B. Jackson, P. Jackson, Jones, Marinoff, Martin, Mayer, McCaw, Moore, Neill, Newell, O ' Keefe, Olds, Opdycke, Pence, Perkins, Pratt, Reddinger, Reilly, Schlessinger, Scott, Smethills, St. Clair, Sweeney, Thomas, Wagner, Whitwell, Williams. Name Hometown STEPHENS, MERWYN, Ridgewood, New Jersey ....: SWEENEY, GERTRUDE, Bartlesville, Oklahoma 1947 SOUTHWORTH, FLORENCE, Denver, Colorado 1947 WADSWORTH, JEANNE, Barberton, Ohio — 1946 WAGNER, MIRIAM, Fort Morgan, Colorado 1945 WARREN, IDA MAE, Barberton, Ohio 1945 WILEY, PEGGY, Colorado Springs, Colorado 1945 WILLIAMS, MARY EV, Lamar, Colorado ...1945 Class 1947 Pledg es ARNOLD, MARY ELAINE, Denver, Colorado 1948 BORST, BETTY, Colorado Springs, Colorado 1947 DUNLAP, DOROTHY, Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio 1946 EASELY, MARCELE, Boulder, Colorado 1948 FINNEY, JEAN, Wichita, Kansas .. - 1946 GILLILAND, SHIRLEY JANE, Denver, Colorado 1948 GRAFE, HELEN, Los Angeles, California .. - 1948 HUGGINS, MARTHA LOU, Denver, Colorado _ 1948 LANNERT, BETTY, Skokie, Illinois 1948 MARTZ, DOROTHY, Denver, Colorado ._ 1948 MAYER, MARILYNNE, Ellsworth, Kansas _... 1948 McCAULEY, MOLLIE, Boulder, Colorado ...1948 McKEEVER, BETTY, Boulder, Colorado 1948 MOORE, LOAHNA, Denver, Colorado _.-..1947 MORELOCK, LOIS, Colorado Springs, Colorado 1947 NEILL, LILLIAN ANN, Riverton, Wyoming 1948 O ' KEEFE, ADELE, Boulder, Colorado 1948 OPDYCKE, HARRIET, Boulder, Colorado 1948 PENCE, MARY LOIS, Wichita, Kansas _ 1946 REDDINGER, KOE, Big Rapids, Michigan .-. 1947 REILLY, BARBARA, Memphis, Tennessee 1948 RUTH, HOLLY, Ogden, Utah 1948 SCOTT, MAXINE, Gunnison, Colorado 1948 ST. CLAIR, PATRICIA, Fort Washington, New York ._ 1948 STEINSHOUER, JEANNE Boulder, Colorado 1948 THOMAS, GLORIA, Chicago Heights, Illinois _ 1948 VERMILLION, JACKIE, Wichita, Kansas 1948 WHITWELL, JEAN, Tulsa, Oklahoma ...1948 WARD, BARBARA, Boulder, Colorado _... 1948 YOUNG, NANCY, Ft. Scott, Kansas.. __ 1948 chi omega Officers LOIS LEHMAN President MARY EVELYN WILLIAMS Vice-President SHIRLEY BENNETTS Secretary PEGGY WILEY - Treasurer MARIAN KING Rush Captain NORMA LEVEQUE Faculty Greatest event on the calendar for Chi Omega this year was the participation in the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the sorority on April 5th. Besides this cele- bration, the Chi O ' s were hostesses to under- privileged Boulder children at a Christmas party. In October they won the gold loving cup for the best skit in the A. W. S. Vaude- ville. One of Chi Omega ' s outstanding mem- bers, Vee Marinoff, was Miss C. U. and Phi Beta Kappa. Shirley Bennetts, Hesperia president, W. A. A. president, member of A. W. S. Senate, Mortar Board, Spur, and named in Who ' s Who in American Col- leges. Marian King is business manager of the Silver and Gold, A. W. S. Senate member. Mortar Board, Hesperia, Spur and also named in Who ' s Who in American Colleges. Founded at the University of Arkansas Z.eta Chapter Installed at Colorado University in 1906 Colors — Cardinal and Straw Flower — White Carnation Top and left to right: Adams, Bridenbaugh, Capes, Chase, Collins, Collopy, Cooper, Craddock, Crawford, Crock- ett, Dick, Dillcy, Doughty, Eddy, Eroddy, Fletcher, Fris- bie, Gerard, Graf, Grund, Hayes, Herigstad, Hyde, Actives Name Hometown Class ADAMS, BETTY, Raton, New Mexico -- — 1945 BRIDENBAUGH, MARY ALICE, Billings, Montana 1946 CARLSON, DONNA ROSE, Fort Lupton, Colorado 1947 CHASE, MAMIE, La Junu, Colorado 1947 COOPER, PHYLLIS, Colorado Springs, Colorado ... . 1947 CRADDOCK, BETTY JANE, Pueblo, Colorado 1946 CROCKETT, JANE, Olathe, Colorado 1947 CROSMAN, MARGARET LEE, Boulder, Colorado 1946 DAVIS, SARAH LOU, EI Paso, Texas..... 1947 DICK, BETTY, Walsenburg, Colorado ......1947 DILLEY, MYRA JEAN, Boulder, Colorado 1945 DOUGHTY, JANE, Springfield, Colorado 1946 FLETCHER, JANE, Pueblo, Colorado 1946 FRISBIE, CLEO, Lovell, Wyoming ._ 1947 GERARD, JANE, Golden, Colorado 1947 GRAF, PAT, Boulder, Colorado 1947 GRUND, MARJORIE, Denver, Colorado 1947 HAYES, RUTH ANN, Twin Falls, Idaho 1947 HORTON, JOYCE, Denver, Colorado 1946 JOHNSON, JEAN, Cheyenne, Wyoming 1946 KINGDON, BETTY, Denver, Colorado — :. 1947 KRIER, SHIRLEY, Walsenburg, Colorado 1947 LINGER, BETTY, Hooper, Colorado 1945 LEVOE, SHIRLEY, Denver, Colorado 1947 LONG, DONNA, Guymon, Oklahoma 1945 MINTON, CAROLYN, Dallas, Texas. 1946 NICHOLS, IRIS, Tulsa, Oklahoma 1945 OWELLS, BETTY, Denver, Colorado ... 1946 PORTER, BARBARA, Colorado Springs, Colorado... _. 1946 RICH, BETTY, Denver, Colorado 1946 SCHEUFELE, SHIRLEY, Kansas City, Missouri 1947 SLOAN, ELEANOR, Hayden, Colorado 1945 SMITH, FRANCES, Denver, Colorado _ 1947 SPRADLIN, MARTHA, Kansas City, Missouri 1947 Kingdon, Krier, Linendoli, Mathews, Minton, O Don- nell. Dwells, Rich, Robinson, Scheufele, Sloan, Smith, Spradlin, Stanton, S t e e n , Strain, Thompson, Watrous, Whittenburg, Wilson, Zan- ella. Name Hometown Class STEEN, CRETE, Scottsbluff, Nebraska 1947 STRAIN, ANNA MAE, La Junta, Colorado _.. 1946 TELK, PATRICIA, Denver, Colorado 1946 THOMPSON, PEGGY, Trinidad, Colorado ....1945 WANGBERG, ANN, Colorado Springs, Colorado 1946 WATROUS, CAROL, Pueblo, Colorado 1947 WHITTENBURG, C. J., Stillwater, Oklahoma 1947 WILSON, MARY LYNN, La Junta, Colorado 1945 Pled g es BOESE, MARY ANN, Coffeyville, Kansas _.. _. 1947 BRADFORD, ELLEN, Denver, Colorado ... . _ 1948 CALDWELL, JACKIE, Walsenburg, Colorado 1948 CAPES, MONTI, Denver, Colorado _ 1948 COLLINS, DORTHEA, Toledo, Ohio _ _ 1945 COLLOPY, JEAN, Denver, Colorado . 1948 CRAWFORD, JEANNE, Monte Vista, Colorado 1948 DIVER, JOAN, Coffeyville, Kansas 1947 DONOVAN, PATRICIA, Casper, Wyoming 1947 EDDY, LOUELLA, Evanston, Illinois 1947 ERODDY, JANE, Englewood, Colorado _ . 1948 GRAHAM, JEAN, Monte Vista, Colorado _ _ 1948 HERIGSTAD, ELLAMAE, Denver, Colorado _ _ 1948 HYDE, JOAN, Pueblo, Colorado . . 1948 JOHNSON, NARICE, Longmont, Colorado _. 1947 LINENDOLL, MARY, Pasadena, California 1947 LOCHE, MIMI, Boulder, Colorado ' .. 1948 LOVE, MARTHA, Colorado Springs, Colorado _. _ 1946 MATHEWS, BARBARA, Boulder, Colorado 1948 NOLAN, GERALDINE, Trinidad, Colorado _ _ 1947 O ' DONNELL, SHIRLEY, Denver, Colorado _ _ 1948 PEYTON, MARY MARGUERITE, Boulder, Colorado 1948 RICH, MARY SUE, Denver, Colorado _ _ 1948 ROBINSON, JOYCE, Denver, Colorado 1948 STANTON, NORMA JEAN, Denver, Colorado _ _. 1947 ZANELLA, VERA, Loveland, Colorado 1947 delta delta delta Officers PATTIE TELK ...President ANNA MAE SI JKlt . -.-Vice-President BETTY ADAMS Treasurer MAMIE CHASE Secretary SHIRLEY LEVOE Rush Chairman LYDIA BROWN Faculty MABEL KANOUSE Faculty In keeping with the war effort, the Tri- Delts have adopted two war orphans and are giving a scholarship each year to a girl who, under war conditions, might be unable to finish her education. Among our many outstanding girls are: Betty Rich — Editor of Silver and Gold, President of Mortar Board, Secretary of A. S. U. C, Theta Sigma Pi, Kappa Tau Alpha, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Hesperia; Betty Linger— Silver and Gold, President of Equestrian Club, Delta Phi Alpha, Iota Sigma Pi, Phi Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, A. S. U. C. Publication Committee, Hes- peria; Mamie Chase— A. W. S. Activities Committee, A. S. U. C. Finance Com- mittee, Forensics, Spur, Hesperia, Sigma Epsilon Sigma; Ruthanne Hayes— Colo- radan. Silver and Gold, A. W. S. Voca- tional Committee, Spur, Hespsria, Foren- sics; Mary Linendoll — Chairman A. W. S. Vocational Committee, Chairman Student War Council, Y. W. C. A., California Club. Founded at Boston University in 18S8 Theta Beta Chapter Installed at Colorado University in 1910 Colors— Si ' ver, Gold and Blue Flower — Pansy m- V - f t Top and left to right: Agor, Andrew, Eardwell, Bate, Bigelow, Biggs, F. Brown, J. Brown, M. Brown, P. Brown, Carlson, Class, Crockett, Drinlcard, Driscoll, Dukes, Emery, Freeman, Glanviile, Graham, Grills, Hagen, Handy, Hastings, Heinly, Howard, J. Johnson, M. L. Johnson, Kemper, Kruidenier, Lee, Lillengren, Livingston, March, Mosley, Jane Muller, Joan Muller, Nitsch, O ' Keefe, Olson, Parkhill, Pedersen, Quarnberg, Read, Reed, Richards, Rushton, Shea, Slayton, Stanley, Stone, Tripp, Von Hoist, West, Young. Actives Na. Hometown Clas! Cla Name Hometown Class ANDREW, KATHLEEN. Boulder. Colorado 1947 BARDWELL. ELLEN, Denver, Colorado .- 1946 BEER, EULALIA, Denver, Colorado 1946 BIGGS, PHYLLIS, Chicago, Illinois 1948 CLASS, MARJORIE. Boulder, Colorado 1947 CROCKETT, MARIAN, Boulder, Colorado 1948 DICKINSON, SHEILA, Omaha, Nebraska 1945 DRINKARD, MARGARET ANNE, Denver, Colo. 1945 DUKES, GRETCHEN, Boulder, Colorado 1946 GRILLS, ALICE, Denver. Colorado 1947 GRILLS, MARY, Denver, Colorado _ 1947 HANDY, BYE, Greeley, Colorado 1945 HOWARD, JANE, Boulder, Colorado 1946 HUBMAN, VIRGINIA, Boulder, Colorado 1947 JOHNSON, MARY LOUISE, Lead, South Dakota 1946 10HN.ST0N, GEORGANNE, Boulder, Colorado . 1946 KEMPER, SHIRLEY, Denver, Colorado 1947 KRUIDENIER. SUE, Des Moines, Iowa ..._ 1945 LEE, PHYLLIS, Denver, Colorado _. 1946 LILLENGREN. lOAN, Chicago, Illinoi. 1947 LOMAS. LOUISE, Red Oak, Iowa 1945 MULLER, JANE, Denver, Colorado 1945 MULLER, JOAN, Denver, Colorado 1945 O ' KEEFE, SUZANNE, Boulder, Colorado 1947 OLSON, IRENE, Boulder, Colorado . 1947 PARKHILL, MARIE, Denver, Colorado 1947 OUARNBERG. ADELE. Rapid City. South Dakota 1946 READ, LUANA, River Forest, Illinois 1947 REIDE, ANNA KATHERINE, Canon City, Colorado 1946 RUSHTON, MARIAN, Red Oak, Iowa 1945 STANLEY, XENIA, Denver, Colorado 1947 TUKEY, LYDIA, Omaha, Nebraska 1945 WASHBURN, JANE, St. Paul, Minnesota 1945 WEST, PATRICIA, Slaton, Texas . 1946 WOOD, MARCIA, Fonda, Iowa _ 1945 Pledges AGOR, ALLENE, Aberdeen, South Dakota 1947 BATE, GLORIA, Denver, Colorado 1947 BIGELOW. HELEN, Denver, Colorado 1948 BOECK, PAT, Boise, Idaho 1948 BROWN, FRANCES, Denver, Colorado 1948 BROWN, lOAN, St. Paul, Minnesota 1947 BROWN. PEGGY, Denver, Colorado 1948 CARLSON. BARBARA. Denver. Colorado 1948 CARTER. NANCY, Santa Fe, New Mexico 1948 Name Hometown DR ' SCOLL, MARY, Rapid City, South Dakota 1947 EMERY, CAROL LEA, Scottsbluff, Nebraska 1946 FREEMAN, DOROTHY, Fort Worth, Texas 1948 GLANVILLE. PATRICIA. Denver. Colorado 1948 GRAHAM. ELLIN, Norton. Kansas 1947 HASTINGS. VIRGINIA. Denver. Colorado 1948 HEINLY, WILBERTA, Denver, Colorado -.-- 1946 HAGEN. KATHERINE. Denver. Colorado 1948 lOHNSON. JOAN, Lead, South Dakota 1947 lONES, BARBARA, Chicago, Illinois 1948 KEMP, SANDY, San Marino, California - 1948 LIVINGSTON. SALLY, Summit, New Jersey - 1948 LOURIE, ANN, Moline, Illinois 1947 MARCH, THERESA, Rapid City, South Dakota 1947 MEYER, lOAN, Denver, Colorado 1948 NIEBEL, RUTH. Palo Alto, California 1947 NITSCH, MARIORIE, Denver, Colorado 1948 PEDERSEN, PATRICIA. Denver, Colorado — 1947 READ, LUANA, River Forest, Illinois 1947 RULER, TIVA, Greeley, Colorado ..- - 1948 SHEA. ARLENE, Chicago, Illinois 1948 SLAYTON, NANCY, Chicago, Illinois 1948 STONE, SYLVIA, Boulder, Colorado 1948 VON HOLST, MARION, Chicago. Illinois 1948 YOUNG. JEANNE, Denver, Colorado 1946 delta g mma Offi cers LOUISE LOMAS ...President BYE HANDY Vice-President GRETCHEN DUKES Corresponding Secretary ADELE QUARNBERG Recording Secretary SHEILA DICKINSON . ..Treasurer JOAN MULLER Rush Captain HENRY ETTA REYNOLDS ...facM f) ' Making an " all out effort " in this year ' s Bond Wagon, the Dee Gee ' s came forth with the cup for the most original booth — a pie-throwing contest. The year also marked the arrival of their new house- mother, Mrs. Frank Connelly. Delta Gamma continued in campus activities with Irene Olson, city editor of the Silver and Gold, Secretary of A. W. S., Spur, Vice-president of Hesperia, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, and Adele Quarnberg, Edi- tor of the Coloradan, winning new honors as Pacesetters. Adele was also tapped for Mortar Board, and is a past member of Spur and Hesperia. Marie Parkhill is president of all the dorm heads. ' Xenia Stanley is society editor of the Silver and Gold, and is vice-president of Sigma Epsilon Sigma. Founded at Oxford, Mississippi, in 1874 Phi Chapter Installed at Colorado University in 1886 Colors — Bronze, Pink, and Blue Flower — Pearl White Rose f -« Top and left to right: Adelstein, Dinner, Hirschfeld, Klapper, Krim, Miller, Philipps, Sinaiko, Sobol, Spiegleman, Stein, Streltzer, Trilling, Vohs. . Actives Name Hometown Class ADELSTEIN, HELEN, Bayside, New York 1947 BALOWS, GOLDIE, Colorado Springs, Colorado 1947 BECK, ELAINE, Denver, Colorado 1945 KRIM, BETTE ANN, Denver, Colorado 1947 SINAIKO, ARLENE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1947 SINAIKO, NADINE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 1947 SOBOL, BEATRICE, Denver, Colorado , 1946 SPIEGLEMAN, RUTH, Denver, Colorado 1947 STEIN, FLORA, Pasadena, California .1944 STRELTZER, TOBY, Denver, Colorado 1947 TRILLING, DELORES, Denver, Colorado 1946 Pledges DINNER, SHIRLEY, Greeley, Colorado 1948 HIRSHFELD, BARBARA, North Platte, Nebraska 1948 KLAPPER, JUDI, Coffeeville, Kansas 1948 MILLER, MIRIAM, Denver, Colorado 1947 PHILIPPS, SARAH, Tyler, Texas .. 1947 VOHS, FRANCES, Santa Fe, New Mexico 1948 288 delta phi epsilon Officers ELAINE BECK President BEATRICE SOBOL Vice-President TOBY STRELTZER Secretary NADINE SINAIKO Treasurer DELORES TRILLING -.... ?« A Captain The D. Phi E ' s have been busy all year with their war service work, social affairs, and campus activities. The actives and pledges donated blood, rolled bandages, and did staff assistant work for the Red Cross. They also participated in the war-bond and stamp sales on campus. Social activities were varied, including a " come-as-you-are " Halloween Party; a Win- ter Formal with a South Sea Island theme; and turn-about night between actives and pledges, when the actives waited on and performed for the pledges. Outstanding members in student activi- ties include Bea Sobol, Spur, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Iota Sigma Pi, W. A. A. Board, Orchesis; Elaine Beck, sorority president, pan-hellenic. History Club. Founded at New York University in 1917 Delta Beta Chapter Installed at Colorado University in 1940 Colors — Purple and Gold F lowe r — Pansy Actives Name Hometown BALLOU, BARBARA, Hindsdale, Illinois BOSWORTH, ANN, Corvallis, Oregon- Class -.1947 ..1945 BROQUET, JACQUELINE, Norton, Kansas „. .....1945 CARSWELL, MARGARET, Kansas City, Missouri... ...1947 DAY, EMMY LOU, Evanston, Illinois 1945 DIMES, JOSEPHINE, Chico, California 1947 FARRAND, JANET, Denver, Colorado 1946 FINCHER, MARVA JO, Salina, Kansas 1945 FLODIN, MARGO, Burlington, Iowa _ 1946 GARRETT, PHYLLIS, Great Falls, Montana.... 1945 GILHAMS, JANE, Wynwood, Pennsylvania 1947 GILHAMS, JEAN, Wynwood, Pennsylvania... 1947 GRIFFITHS, MARTHA, Canyon City, Colorado 1946 GUISE, IRENE, Brewster, Kansas 1947 HART, FLORENCE, Humbolt, Iowa ...: 1946 HOLDEMAN, MARY, York, Nebraska ...1947 JAMES, ELEANORE, Estes Park, Colorado 1947 KELLY, MARYLYN, Boulder, Colorado ....1947 LANG, JOAN, Boulder, Colorado 1947 LINDBERG, PATSY, Denver, Colorado 1947 LINK, SALLY, Winnetka, Illinois 1947 McMAHN, PATSY, Pueblo, Colorado 1947 MONTAGUE, PHYLLIS, Beverley Hills, Illinois 1946 MOORE, JANE, Mattoon, Illinois 1945 NEILL, OR A, Evanston, Illinois 1947 PATRICK, PAT, Portland, Oregon . 1946 REDMOND, CAROLE, Sterling, Colorado 1945 ROSS, BETTY, Oakland, Iowa _1947 RODMAN, MARJORIE, Denver, Colorado 1947 290 Top and left to right: Ardell, Ballou, Bosworth, Boyle, Broquet, Carswcll, Carter, Cook, Day, Dimes, Doolen, Dryden, Farrand, Jane Gilhams, Jean Gilhams, Griffiths, Guise, Hart, Hogaboom, Holdeman, James, Joffee, Kelly, McMahn, Mantz, Montague, Neill, Norgren, Price, Purchard, Redmond, Rodman, Ross, Saval, Stalder, Stanton, Stephenson, Todd, Tomlinson, Von Wyle, Walling, Whipple, Yoder, Young. Name Hometown Class ROUSE, MARTHA, Boulder, Colorado 1945 SAVAL, MARIAN, Battlemountain, Nevada 1947 SCHUYLER, PAT, St. Louis, Missouri 1945 STALDER, DEE DEE, Denver, Colorado : .....1946 STEPHENSON, MARYLYN, Littleton, Colorado 1946 TODD, ROSEMARY, Pueblo, Colorado 1947 TOMLINSON, BETTY, Ardmore, Oklahoma 1946 WHIPPLE, VIRGINIA, Canyon City, Colorado.... 1946 Pledges g- ANDERSON, BEVERLY, Seattle, Washington ...1947 ARDELL, MADELYN, Pueblo, Colorado 1948 BOYLE, JEANNE MARIE, Los Angeles, California 1948 CARTER, MARIANNA, Wichita, Kansas.... _ ...1946 CONNALY, MARY LOU, New Jersey .......1948 COOK, MARY, EI Paso, Texas _ ...1948 DOOLEN, POLLY, Davenport, Iowa ...1948 DRYDEN, SHEILA, Boulder, Colorado 1948 EDDY, BARBARA, Hays, Kansas 1947 HOGABOOM, ANNE, Glendale, California ....1948 JOFFEE, PAT, Denver, Colorado _ 1948 MANTZ, MAR, Kansas City, Missouri 1947 McPHAIL, HARRIET, Marshall, Texas ...1946 NORGREN, GENE, Denver, Colorado 1947 PRICE, MARY ANNA, Glencoe, Illinois ...._ 1948 PURCHARD, JANE, Denver, Colorado „ 1948 SCHMIDT, BARBARA, Hindsdale, Illinois.... 1947 STANTON, JEANNE, Geary, Indiana 1948 VON WYLE, MARGARET, Denver, Colorado 1948 WALLING, MARGARET, Wichita, Kansas... _ 1946 YODER, REBECCA, Roswell, New Mexico 1947 YOUNG, GERALDINE, Franklin, Kentucky.. 1946 kappa alpha theta Founded at DePauw Uniyersily in 1870 Beta Iota Chapter Installed at Colorado University in 1921 Colors — Black and Gold Flower — Pansy Officers JANE MOORE President EMMY LOU DAY Vice-President BETTY TOMLINSON Secretary MARTHA GRIFFITHS ..Treasurer PATRICIA PATRICK Rush Captain Due to the accelerated program the Theta House remained open all summer and along with their studies they managed to carry on in good style with picnics and tea dances. Katsup, the annual party at which actives are slaves of the pledges, was a howling success. Jane Moore, president of W. A. A., president of the Business School, Secretary of Orchesis, was chosen for Who ' s Who in American Universities and Colleges. Marg Rodman is president of Panhellenic, treas- urer of Spur, Hesperia, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, A. S. U. C. Commission, Phi Sigma Iota, Post-war Planning Board, and Senate. Marf Griffiths is vice-president of the Business School, recording secretary of W. A. A., Y. W. C. A., Beta Sigma, and Orchesis. Top and left to right: Anderson, Arnold, Baker, Beecher, Bergman, Briscoe, Brown, Crafts, Detweiler, Engle, Finger, Gilmour, Gordon, Griffith, Harl, Hattrick, Hawkinson, Larson, Lascelles, Lee, Leftwich, Lowe, McAuliffe, M. McCabe, P. McCabe, Nelson, Nichols, Nilsson, Nissen, C. Philpott, S. Philpott, Pratt, Pryor, Rapalje, Schell, Steele, Waggener, J. Wells, M. A. Wells, West, Susan Wilson, Suzanne Wilson. Transfers mmi Actives Name Hometown Class ANDERSON, MARY LOUISE. Denver. Colorado - 1946 ALEXANDER. ANN, Denver. Colorado 1947 ARNOLD. SARAH JANE. Boulder, Colorado - 1946 BAKER. BEVERLY. Denver. Colorado 1945 BEECHER. MARYBELL. Bartlesville, Oklahoma ..... ; 1947 BENNETT. DORIS ELAINE. Denver. Colorado... 1947 BERGMAN, BETTY. Boulder. Colorado - : 1947 BROWN. BEVERLY. Oalc Ridge. Tennessee 1947 COXHEAD, MARILYN. Denver. Colorado 1946 CURRY. CAROLYN. Dallas. Texas - 1945 DETWEILER. MARGARET. Twin Falls, Idaho— 1946 ENGLE. FAITH. Denver. Colorado 1947 GILMOUR. HELEN. Denver. Colorado - 1945 GORDON. ELIZABETH. Boulder. Colorado 1947 GREENWELL. LOMA. Dallas. Texas :. 1946 GRIFFITH. MARY JANE. Ketchum. Idaho - 1946 GRAVES. BARBARA. Grand Junction, Colorado HATTRICK. ELIZABETH. Denver. Colorado - HARL. SUZANNE. Denver. Colorado — HAWKINSON. MARY. Lamed. Kansas LASCELLES. ANNE. Wilmette. Illinois -... ' LEFTWICH. ALICE ANN. Dallas. Texas 1..- MacAULIFFE. lee. Montrose. Colorado i!. McCABE. MARILYN. Pueblo. Colorado _ McALPINE. LOIS. Dallas. Texas . _ MacLELLAN. IEAN. Chicago. Illinois .-.._ NOBLE. KENT. Pasadena. California Name Hometown SCHELL. BETTY. Wichita. Kansas . SCHOENE. FLORENCE C. Denver, Colorado STAPP. JOAN. Denver, Colorado STEELE. PATSY. Denver. Colorado WEST. CAROLINE. Albuquerque, New Mexico WHITEHOUSE, ADELAIDE, Evanston, Illinois WILSON. SUSAN. Des Moines. Iowa WILSON. SUZANNE. Denver. Colorado . - Pledg es NICHOLS. NANCY. Paso Robles. CalifornU - NILSSON. MARY. Denver, Colorado 1946 1945 , 1945 1945 1945 1945 1947 1947 1947 1946 1947 1945 1945 PRATT. lOAN. Idaho Springs. Colorado 1946 PREY, PATSY. Denver. Colorado 1946 RAPALJE. VIRGINIA. Pueblo. Colorado 1947 ALTON. SUSAN. Portland. Oregon BRISCOE. JANE. Idaho Springs. Colorado CRAFTS. JOAN. Elgin. Illinois CURRIGAN. NANCY. Denver. Colorado DRENNEN. ELIZABETH. Denver. Colorado FINGER. DOROTHY. Auburn. Nebraska HANLEY. MARION. St. Louis. Missouri LARSON. EUNICE. Denver. Colorado _ LEE. NANCY. Pueblo. Colorado LOWE. ROSALIE. Albuquerque. New Mexico McCABE. PRISCILLA. Pueblo. Colorado MAIER. MARGARET. Denver. Colorado MILLER, MARTHA. Santa Fe. New Mexico NELSON. VIRGINIA. Denver. Colorado - NISSEN. MARY LOU. Denver. Colorado .. PARKHILL. MARY JEAN. Pontiac. Illinois PHILPOTT. CATHERINE. Denver, Colorado PHILPOTT. SALLY. Denver. Colorado PRYOR. MARIORIE ELLEN. Pueblo. Colorado .. SCHAVES. GLORIA. Evanston. Illinois THOMPSON. VIRGINIA. Gainesville. Texas WAGGENER. MARIORIE. Denver. Colorado WATKINS. PHILLIS. Lincoln. Nebraska WEIR. VIRGINIA. Beaumont. Texas - WELLS. MARGARET ANN. Denver, Colorado. WELLS. JOAN. Denver, Colorado Class 1946 1946 1946 1946 1947 1947 1945 1945 1948 1948 1948 . 1948 1946 1946 1948 1945 1948 1948 1948 1948 1948 1948 1948 1947 1948 1946 1948 1948 1948 1948 1948 1948 1948 1947 292 kappa kappa gamma Officers MARJORIE CROSS President HELEN GILMOUR Secretary MARGARET DETWEILER .Treasurer SUZANNE HARL „ .....Rush Captain DOROTHY MARTIN Faculty IRENE McKEEHAN Faculty The Kappas have managed a gay time this year, enjoying exchange dinners, snow- ball fights and intramurals. Their formal, Life Goes to a Petty Parade, was as lively as prewar parties. They are proud of several big names on campus. Jo Pratt, Barby Graves, and Margaret Detweiler are members of Hesperia, and Mortar Board, and are on A. W. S. Senate. Margaret is A. W. S. President and is in Who ' s Who in Ameri- can Colleges; Barby is head of the Red Cross; Jo is Y. W. C. A. and Business School President. M. J. Griffith is W. A. A. Vice-President, and Ski Club President. Sue Wilson had the lead in both Romeo and Juliet and Blind Alley, and was editor of The Window. Founded at Monmouth College in 1870 Beta Mu Chapter Installed at Colorado University in 1901 Colors — Dark Blue and Light Blue Flower — Fleur de Lis F ii fop dnJ left to right: Ackley, Alford, Beeman, Blake, Blanch, Bridges, Burns, Bush, Chan, Collins, Comer, Demmon, Douden, Dumm, Egan, Farley, Fishel, Fleming, Hickman, Hilton, Holtzman, Hutchinson, A. Hylan, E. Hylan, Jeffords, King, Larwill, Lee, Lill, Lindsay, Love, McCarthy, McCauley, Miller, Millikan, Morrison, Olmstead, Page, Prouty, Reed, Seitz, Stanley, Taylor, Vining, Wagner, B. Wheeler, V. Wheeler, Wilson, Worcester, Young. PAGE, MILDRED, Denver, Colorado. Nai Acti Hometown ves Cla ACKLEY, MARY, Tulsa. Oklahoma _ _ _ _ _ 1945 ALFORD, MARY, East Orange, New Jersey 1947 ALLEN, JOAN, Longmont, Colorado . _ . _I945 BEEMAN, DOROTHY, Denver. Colorado 1947 BLAKE, VIRGINIA, Wichita, Kansas 1946 BLANCH, JACQUELIN, Denver, Colorado 1947 BRIDGES, MARILYN, Denver, Colorado _ _. . 1947 COLLINS, CLAIRE, Grand Rapids, Michigan . , , 1947 COMER, ADRIAN, Pueblo, Colorado . . .. _ . 1946 DAHLIN. JOAN, Denver. Colorado . 1947 DOUDEN. CATHERINE. Denver, Colorado 1946 DUMM. LAURA JANE, Denver. Colorado 1946 FARELY, MARCIA. Evaleth, Minnesota _ 1945 F ' SHEL. JEANNE Denver, Colorado _ _ 1945 FLEMING, BETSY, Boulder, Colorado 1946 GREEN MAR ' A, lev ,env-r t o ocado 1945 HICKMAN, LOU, Boulder, Colorado 1946 HILTON, VlKGiWlv LUU. Boulaer, Colorado 1945 HOLTZMAN, NANCY, Rochester, New York 1947 HUGHES, MARY, Council Bluffs, Iowa 1946 HYLAN, ANN, Boulder, Colorado 1946 JOHNSTON, MARY LOU, Denver, Colorado 1945 KING, NANCY, Boulder, Colorado 1947 LILL, JEANNE. Denver, Colorado - _ __ 1946 MacKIMM. BARBARA. Chicago, Illinois 1945 McCAULEY. EILEEN. Denver. Colorado 1945 MILLER, NANCY, Palo Alto, California 1947 MILLIKAN, CHARLINE. Tulsa, Oklahoma 1945 MORRI.SON, BARBARA, Denver, Colorado 1947 NEWMAN. CAROL. Denver. Colorado 1946 OLMSTEAD, NADINE. Denver. Colorado _ 1945 PROUTY, JANE. Denver, Colorado . SAMSON, PATRICIA, Denver, Colorado SEITZ. GLORIA, Denver, Colorado STANLEY, DORIS, Denver, Colorado TAYLOR, VIRGINIA, Denver, Colorado VINING, MARJORIE, Denver, Colorado WHEELER, BETTY, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. WILSON, MARIE, Tulsa, Oklahoma WORCESTER, MARY, Boulder, Colorado 1946 .1947 : 1945 .1945 . 1946 .1945 1947 .1946 .1946 1947 Pledges Name Hometown Class 194S 1948 1948 1948 1947 1947 1948 1948 BARTRAM, MARJORIE, Tulsa, Oklahoma BECK, ELNA RUTH, Amarillo, Texas _ _... BOWERS, BARBARA, Pueblo, Colorad, _ BOWLES, BETTY ANNE, Glendale, California - _. BURNS, BARBARA, Okmulgie, Oklahoma _. BUSH, ELAINE, Denver, Colorado BUTTO, CATHERINE, Denver, Colorado CHAN, EDYTHE, Dallas, Texas _ COOLIDGE, COURTNEY, LaGrange, Illinois _ _.. _... 1948 DEMMON. GLORIA. Grand Rapids, Michigan _ 1947 HYLAN. ELLEN. Boulder, Colorado _ _ _ 1948 JEFFORDS, MARY, Nashville, Tennessee -. __ 1946 JOHNSON, GAIL, Denver. Colorado 1948 KLING, CAROL, Oak Park, Illinois . 1946 LAWS, RUTH. Denver, Colorado _... 1948 LEE, BEVERLY, Galisburg, Illinois 1947 LINDSAY, IVA ANNELLE, Tulsa, Oklahoma 1948 LOVE, DENORAH, Clayton, Missouri _ _ 1948 McCarthy, Barbara, Denver, Colorado _ 1948 MILLIKAN, BARBARA, Tulsa, Oklahoma 1948 REED, JANE, Boulder, Colorado _. 1948 WAGNER, NONNIE, San Francisco, California . 1948 WALLACE, MARJORIE, Council Bluffs, Iowa 1947 pi beta phi Officers BARBARA MacKIMM .President NADINE OLMSTEAD __ Vice-President DORIS STANLEY Treasurer JEANNE FISHEL Corresponding Secretary CATHERINE DOUDEN Recording Secretary VIRGINIA TAYLOR Rush Captain IDA SWAYNE „ Faculty REBECCA V. KNOETTGE Faculty The Pi Phi arrow for 1944-45 points to an unusually busy year. The Pi Phis spon- sored the Bond Wagon, collecting over 58,000; took first in their intramural bracket in basketball and hockey; and won the Denver Panhellenic Scholarship Cup for the fifth consecutive year. Social functions comprised of formals, weekly tea-dances, and a tea for the new housemother, iS4rs. Helen Kracaw. Outstanding members include: Mary Lou Johnston, Phi Beta Kappa, President, Spur; Charline Millikan, Mortar Board, Hesperia, Spur, Senate; Virginia Wheeler, Mortar Board, Hesperia, Spur, Editor of Silver and Gold, Who ' s Who in American Colleges, A. S. U. C, Vice-President of A. W. S.; Nadine Olmstead, A. S. U. C, Mortar Board, Hesperia, Spur, Pi Gamma Nu. Founded at Monmouth College In 1867 Colorado A Ipha Chapter Installed at Colorado University in 1884 Colors — Wine and Silver Blue Flower — Wine Carnation Top and left to right: Botts, Dabbs, H. Edmondson, M. A. Edmondson, Farmer, Herring, Holmes, Johnson, Leonard, Olson, Rominger, Johnston, Shoup, Snyder, Sturdevant, Swanson. Resident Members Name Hometown ' Class BOTTS, CORA LOUISE, Longmont, Colorado 1947 BRANDON, ANN, Akron, Colorado.. ...1945 CARPENTER, VIRGINIA, Pello, Iowa 1946 CASPER, NORMA JEAN, Anna, Illinois 1946 DABBS, SARAH, Roswell, New Mexico 1945 DONLEY, MARY, Montrose, Colorado.. 1946 EASTIN, IRENE, Kremling, Colorado 1945 EDMONDSON, HARRIET, Akron, Colorado .1946 EDMONDSON, MILDRED ANN, Akron, Colorado ...1945 HERRING, BETTY, Roswell, New Mexico 1945 JOHNSON, CHARLOTTE, Gunnison, Colorado 1947 JOHNSTON, NINA, Ranchester, Wyoming 1947 LARSEN, DOROTHY, Denver, Colorado _ 1945 LEONARD, WHIPPLE, Tacoma, Washington 1945 NASH, BETTY, Canyon City, Colorado 1945 PERKINS, BETTY, Denver, Colorado 1946 ROMINGER, HELEN, Saguache, Colorado... 1946 SHOUP, MARTHA, Boulder, Colorado ...1945 STARKS, BETTY LOU, Dodge City, Kansas.. .1945 TELLER, JEANETTE, Wind sor, Colorado 1945 WALDO, HELEN, Greeley, Colorado 1946 WESTERMANN, LENORE, Brighton, Colorado 1945 296 university women s club Installed at Colorado University in 1937 Colors — Green and Gold Officers ANN BRANDON „ _ President MILDRED ANN EDMONDSON Vice-President DOROTHY LARSON Secretary HELEN WALDO __ Treasurer LYDIA L. BROWN Faculty THERESE STENGEL Faculty Beside Varsity Lake in the heart of the C. LJ. campus stands the University Women ' s Club. Headquarters of one of the outstanding social organizations on cam- pus, with a membership of over 450, the club also houses twenty-two women, who integrate the club ' s extensive activities. Weekly relaxation teas and exceptional programs featured by the Three Arts, Recreation and Travel, and Fashion and Personality groups, are a source of pleasure to all University women students. Prominent in campus activities are Betty Nash, Lenore Westerman, Irene Easton, and Marjorie Kincaide, all in Who ' s Who, and Ann Brandon and Helen Waldo active in Independent affairs. Section 1 Officers BETTY TUCKER President JANE MOORE Vice-President MARGARET REINHARDT Secretary BETTY JANE CRADDOCK Treasurer MEMBERS Alpha Chi Ofnegd .-..-MARILYN LEWIS MARIAN SEYLER BETTY TUCKER Alpha Delta Pi MARGARET REINHARDT JUDY CASE Alpha Omicron P .„ ...CHARMION BRIGGS DOROTHY ROGERS Alpha Phi LURA HAYWARD ADA BETH HOWELL Chi Omega LOIS LEHMAN MARIAN KING Delta Delta Delta .. BETTY JANE CRADDOCK PATTY TELK Delta Gamma LOUISE LOMAS GLORIA NORBERG Top row: Patrick, Lehman, King. Delta Phi Epsilon .... FLORA STEIN Second row: Lewis, Case, Howell, Telle, Briggs, Hayward, Taylor, Hilton, BEATRICE SOBOL Harl, Cross, Lomas, Norberg, Sobol. Kappa Alpha Theta JANE MOORE Bottom row: Reinhard t, Tucker, Craddock, Moore, Dean Brown. . PATRICIA PATRICK Kappa Kappa Gamma MARJORIE CROSS SUZANNE HARL Pi Beta Phi LOU HILTON Officers pa nhell enic MARJORIE RODMAN President MARGARET REINHARDT Vice-President PATTY TELK . Secretary LURA HAYWARD Treasurer MEMBERS Alpha Chi Omegd..-..THELMA PALMER MARIAN SEYLER Alpha Delta Pi .... VIRGINIA MYERS MARGARET REINHARDT Alpha Omicron Pi ... DOROTHY ROGERS BETTY VanVALKINBURG Alpha Phi ; LURA HAYWARD ADA BETH HOWELL Chi Omega KAY BUSH MARIAN KING Delta Delta Delta ...SHIRLEY LEVOE PATTY TELK Delta Gamma LOUISE LOMAS JOAN MULLER Delta Phi Epsilon ELAINE BECK DELORES TRILLING Kappa Kappa GammaMARJORlE CROSS SUZANNE HARL Kappa Alpha Theta ]ANE MOORE MARJORIE RODMAN DEE DEE STALDER Pi Beta Phi BARBARA MacKIMM VIRGINIA TAYLOR Section 2 Top row: Palmer, Taylor, Seyler, MuIIer, VanValkinburg, Stalder, Moore, Howell, Beck, MacKimm, Lomas. Second row: Dean Brown, Hayward, Rodman, Telk, Reinhardt, Myers. Bottom row: Rogers, Harl, Bush, King, Trilling. 298 Section 1 MEMBERS Alpha Tau Omega MAURICE GARDNER Beta Thetd Pi. JAMES O. WALKER Chi Psi , HOWARD MYERS Delta Tau Delta DONALD CAMPBELL Kappa Sigma MATT O ' KEEFE Phi Delta Theta ROLLIN WILSON Phi Gamma Delta TUPPER SMITH Phi Kappa Tau NORBERT COCHRAN Phi Sigma Delta HERB COOK Pi Kappa Alpha BOB ROYLANCE Sigma Alpha Epsilon DON GROSH Sigma Chi DONALD KING Sigma Nu DERALD WHITING Back row: Grosh, King, Gardner, Myers, Wilson, Smith, Campbell. Sitting: Walker, Cook, Whiting, O ' Keefe, Cochran. interfraternity council Section 2 MEMBERS Alpha Tau Omega MAURICE GARDNER Beta Theta Pi „ DICK MORROW Chi Psi REID BARKER Delta Tau Delta KENNETH RICE Kappa Sigma.... WILLIAM LAZORCHICK Phi Delta Theta ORAL MOORE Phi Gamma Delta..... .TUPPER SMITH Phi Kappa Tau .....XYLE WILLIAMS Phi Sigma Delta HERBERT COOK Pi Kappa Alpha RUSSELL ANDERSON Sigma Alpha Epsilon... DON GROSH Sigma Chi GUSTAV ANDERSON Sigma Nu DERALD WHITING Back row: Barker, Morrow, Moore, Rice, G. Anderson, R. Anderson, Grosh. Sitting: Nichol, Smith, Williams, Gardner, Cook, Whiting. 299 ' «M« % Top and left to right: Boxold, Cebulski, Eck, Enewold, Hagan, Hartman, Hickle, Hicks, House, Hunt, King, Lathrop, Leonard, Mason, McCarthy, McDonald, Miller, B. Nelson, W. Nelson, Orr, Reed, Peeler, Romney, Smith, Sorensen, Stoltz, Taylor, Tomsic, Weltner, Woodruff. Actives Name Hometown Class BOXOLD, FREDERIC, Colusa, California 1946 CEBULSKI, STANLEY A., Pueblo, Colorado 1945 EMMONS, JOHN B., Waukegon, Illinois 1945 ENEWOLD, LEE ROY, Denver, Colorado 1945 HICKS, RONALD D., Fort Morgan, Colorado 1946 HOUSE, HOWARD A., Denver, Colorado 1945 HUNT, GEORGE W., Madison, Wisconsin 1945 LAUTMAN, LESTER, Bonneville, Oregon 1946 LEONARD, WILLIAM, Mansfield, Ohio..... 1946 McDonald, WILLIAM, Denver, Colorado 1946 MASON, LEROY, Tiernan, Oregon 1946 NELSON, WARREN, Fort Collins, Colorado 1946 NELSON, WILLIAM, Midvale, Utah 1946 ORR, THOMAS, Denver, Colorado 1946 PEELER, RICHARD, Lakewood, Colorado 1945 REED, RICHARD, Denver, Colorado 1945 SWEENEY, PAUL, Portland, Oregon 1945 TAYLOR, THOMAS E., Telluride, Colorado 1945 WELTNER, WILLIAM, Akron, Ohio 1945 WHITESIDE, ROBINSON, Wilmette, Illinois .....1946 Pledges Name Hometown ECK, JOHN, Denver, Colorado HAGEN, JAMES F., Cheyenne, Wyoming.. HAVASY, EDWARD HICKLE, JAMES, Denver, Colorado HOBBS, SEBREN Class .1947 ..1947 POWELL, ROBERT, Berkeley, California... ROMNEY, ANTONE, Salt Lake City, Utah..... SMITH, ROBERT, Mapleton, Oregon SORENSEN, SOREN, Kimball, Nebraska STOLTZ, JACK, Denver, Colorado TOMSIC, EDWARD, Walsenburg, Colorado...... WOODRUFF, HUBERT, Scarsdale, New York.. WOODS, JOHN, Cheyenne, Wyoming .1947 .1947 .1946 .1946 .1947 .1947 .1946 .1947 .1947 300 alpha tau omega Officers MAURICE GARDNER ..._ President GEORGE HUNT _.. .....Vice-President RONALD HICKS Secretary THOMAS ORR Treasurer WILLIAM WELTNER Rush Captain SYLVESTER HORN l «m«, Advisor Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1863 Installed at Colorado University in 1901 Colors — Blue and Gold Flower — White Tea Rose The Alpha Tau ' s completed another year of social functions in tea-dances, hayrides, outing parties, barn dances, and several ban- quets held for various occasions. They entered into the competition of most intra- mural activities, and on schedule for C. U. Days ' activities are a greased-ball hght with the SAE ' s and a blackfoot fight with the Sigma Nu ' s. Outstanding in campus activities are: Maurice Gardner, president of the ATO ' s for the past November term, president of the interfraternity council, member of the A. S. U. C, and president of A. S. C. E.; LeRoy Mason, Tau Beta Pi, and Eta Kappa Nu; Ronald Hicks, Eta Kappa Nu, and Jack Chew, Sports reporter for the Colo- radan and the Silver and Gold. L Top and left to right: B. Barnett, K. Barnett, Bechtel, Bettencourt, Broadhurst, Dobos, Gerlach, Henderson, Hughes, Hungerford, Hunter, Jones, Klingelhoffer, Newton, Paddock, Patty, Penny, Peterson, Prinster, Rook, Royer, VanDevort, Victor, Verner, Waggener, Walker, Warlick, Watt, Wheeler, Widney, Winslow. Actives Name Hometown Class BARNETT, BARCLAY, Portland, Oregon 1946 BARNETT, KENDRICK, Portland, Oregon 1946 BECHTEL, STEPHEN P., Oakland, California .1947 BECKETT, LEWIS R., Long Beach, California 1946 BETTENCOURT, EARL J., San Leandro, California ._.1947 CLAY, ROBERT E., Denver, Colorado ...1947 CROCKER, JOHN G., Whittier, California 1947 DOBOS, JOHN E,, Denver, Colorado _ 1947 DUTHIE, ALASTAIR, Boulder, Colorado 1948 FABLING, JOHN E., Denver, Colorado ... .. 1946 FARRAND, DONALD V., Los Angeles, California .1946 GRUND, JR., X ' ALTER J., Denver, Colorado 1947 HALL, DAVID C, Portland, Oregon .. 1948 HENDERSON, DAVID A., Greeley, Colorado ...1946 HOOPES, EDGAR M., Salt Lake City, Utah 1945 HUGHES, ALFRED, Denver, Colorado 1945 HUNGERFORD, JOHN M., El Paso, Texas 1947 HUNTER, ROBERT K., Denver, Colorado... 1947 JONES, WILLARD E., Royal Oak, Michigan 1946 KLINGELHOFFER, LOUIS, Mt. Healthy, Ohio _.. 1946 MacDONALD, jr., HUGH C, Long Beach, California 1947 MICHAEL, ROBERT K., Centralia, Illinois 1945 MUNRO, GORDON, Grand Junction, Colorado 1947 MORROW, RICHARD C, McMinnville, Oregon 1946 NEWTON, CHARLES T., Denver, Colorado . 1948 Name Hometown PADDOCK, JOHN R., Boulder, Colorado PATTY, W. RILEY, Denver, Colorado PETERSON, PETER E., Portland, Oregon PRINSTER, CLARENCE E., Grand Junction, Colorado. ROOK, JACK S., Boulder, Colorado ROYER, DAVE S., Greeley, Colorado. SMITH, ROBERT A., Glendale, California. ' . VAN DERVORT, JAMES R., Edgewater, Colorado. VERNER, ROBERT J., Denver, Colorado... _ WAGGENER, ULRIC, Denver, Colorado.. WALTER, FRANK S., Denver, Colorado WARLICK, JOHN G., San Diego, California WHEELER, WALTER EUGENE, Casper, Wyoming . Class .1946 .. 1946 1946 .. 1948 . 1947 . 1945 .. 1947 . 1948 .1946 1945 1948 1948 . 1947 Pled g es BENOIT, JACK, Twin Falls, Idaho 1947 BROADHURST, HENRY, Denver, Colorado 1948 GERLACH, DONALD, N. Olmsred, Ohio 1947 GIRARD, PHILIP, Boulder, Colo rado 1948 JACOBSEN, BOB, Santa Barbara, California 1947 PENNY, MAURICE, Libertyville, Illinois .. 1948 POMEROY, RUSSELL, Whittier, California 1948 SENTY, RICHARD, Davenport, Iowa . 1948 VICTOR, RICHARD, Twin Falls, Idaho 1947 WATT, THOMAS, Boulder, Colorado... 1948 WIDNEY, BUD, Brentwood, California 1947 WINSLOW, WARDELL, Palo Alto, California ...1947 302 beta theta Officers JOHN FABLING President DAVE HALL Vice-President BOB VERNER Secretary JACK ROOK Treasurer DAVE HENDERSON Recorder DAVE ROYER Rush Chairman Founded at Miami University in 1839 Installed at Colorado University in 1900 Colors — Pink and Blue Flower — Rose LEO ASPINWALL Faculty FREDERIC STORKE ....Faculty ROBERT L. STEARNS Faculty For the second year the Beta ' s continue to occupy their war time house at 1421 Broadway where, during the course of the year, meetings and their famous parties were held. Panarama Lodge and Cherry Hills Country Club were the scenes of other Woog social functions. Beta football men were: John Fabling, Dick Morrow, Don Farrand, Bob Hunter, John Warlick. Included in the Beta basket- ball roster were: Chuck Newton, Kink and Bark Barnett. The fraternity also upheld its good record in inter-fraternity sports. Beta activity men include: Dick Morrow, Sumalia and Interfraternity President; Dave Hall, Sumaha; John Fabling, Sumalia; Dave Royer, Sumalia; and Beno Walker, Sumalia and A. S. U. C. commissioner. t4 a a Top and left to right: Bakewell, Barker, Becker, Behrens, Dalby, Gibbs, Hart, Hill, Johnson, McConaty, Morrison, Powell, Ritter, Shermack, Smith, Watson, Woolf , Wray. Actives Name Hometown Class BAKEWELL, HUGHES, Denver, Colorado 1946 BARKER, REID, Chicago, Illinois 1946 BECKER, FLOYD, Denver, Colorado 1946 BEHRENS, THOMAS, Chicago, Illinois 1948 BUSSIAN, ROBERT, Chicago, Illinois ...1947 CAVANAUGH, GERALD, Denver, Colorado 1947 DALBY, " BILL " , Fort Collins, Colorado 1946 GIBBS, JOHN, Denver, Colorado 1945 HART, RICHARD, Denver, Colorado 1946 HILL, JAMES, Eaton, Colorado. 1946 HOLMES, HARLEIGH, Littleton, Colorado : 1944 JOHNSON, EDWARD, Denver, Colorado 1947 MORRISON, FRANK, Denver, Colorado . 1946 MYERS, HOWARD, Pueblo, Colorado 1945 POWELL, CHARLES, Denver, Colorado... 1947 PROCTOR, HOB ART, Denver, Colorado 1946 RADSLIFF, JOHN, Berkeley, California .1947 RITTER, RALPH, Pueblo, Colorado 1947 SHERMACK, PAUL, Denver, Colorado ...1946 WATSON, JOHN, Colorado Springs, Colorado 1946 WRAY, TROY, San Diego, California 1947 Pledges McCONATY, JOSEPH, Denver, Colorado ...1947 SMITH, VERNON, Omaha, Nebraska ...1948 WOOLF, CHARLES, Salt Lake City, Utah 1947 304 chi Founded at Union College i n 1841 Installed at Colorado University in 1920 Officers HOWARD MYERS President HUGHES BAKEWELL .Y ice-President JOHN WATSON __ _ Secretary TROY WRAY Treasurer THOMAS BEHRENS ...... Rush Captain The Chi Psi ' s still hold forth at their temporary lodge at 11 29- 13th. They gave three fine formals last year, one called the College Inn, one a Russian dance, and a Valentine dance. The house was decorated to fit the dances. The Chi Psi ' s started a new custom of holding tea dances at their house instead of at the sorority houses. John Gibbs is president of the A. S. U. C, Reid Barker is vice-president of the Interfraternity Council, Howard Myers was business manager of the Silver and Gold, Paul Shermack held the lead in many plays, and Harleigh Holmes is instructing at the university after just graduating last semes- ter. Top a nd left to right: Behrent, Cartwright, Duvall, Falkenberg, Feist, Fleischman, Fuerst, Krusemark, LeRoux, Main, Moore, Pearson, Perreten, Reardon, Rice, Ruth, Schobinger, Wardman, Wheeler, Thompson. Actives Name Hometown Class .1947 -J 945 BEHRENT, REES, Kansas City, Missouri -- _._ CAMPBELL, DONALD A., New Rochelle, New York CARTWRIGHT, BURTON, Boulder, Colorado 1945 DOLAN, GEORGE, Boulder, Colorado 1948 DUVALL, ALVIN, Spokane, Washington 1945 FALKENBERG, WILLIAM, Denver, Colorado 1948 FLEISCHMAN, TRAVIS, Denver, Colorado 1945 FUERST, CHARLIE, Greeley, Colorado 1946 IRWIN, ROBERT, Sheridan, Wyoming 1946 KRUSEMARK, DONALD, Pender, Nebraska -...1946 LE ROUX, GENE, Flint, Michigan _ 1946 LINDBERG, JEROME, Rothsay, Minnesota _ 1946 MALLORY, WILLIAM, Brewster, Kansas 1946 PEARSON, SCOTT, Quincy, Illinois -1945 PERRETEN, FRANK, Denver, Colorado 1948 REARDON, EARL, Montrose, California ...- 1946 RICE, KENNETH, Olympia, Washington .. 1946 RUTH, DAVE, Denver, Colorado -. 1946 SCHOBINGER, CHARLES, Chicago, Illinois 1945 TURNER, TERRY, Colby, Kansas _ 1945 WARDMAN, CHARLES, Long Beach, California _ 1946 Pledges EVANS, DONALD, Denver, Colorado 1948 FARNHAM, HARRY, Denver, Colorado 1948 FEIST, A. EDWIN, Denver, Colorado 1948 GIBSON, JACK, Canyon City, Colorado 1948 MAIN, GEORGE, Denver, Colorado 1948 MOORE, BILL, Arlington, Kansas _ 1946 MULLEN, JOHN, Omaha, Nebraska 1947 THOMPSON, PAUL, Mobile, Alabama 1948 WEAVER, FRED, Arvada, Colorado 1947 WHEELER, JIM, San Bernardino, California _ _. 1946 306 delta tau delta Officers DON CAMPBELL President CHUCK SCHOBINGER Vice-President BURT CARTWRIGHT Secretary OLIVER HALL Treasurer KENNETH RICE Rush Captain VAL B. FISHER Faculty C. C. ECKHARDT Faculty WARREN O. THOMPSON ........Faculty The Delts have experienced, along with the other fraternities, many wartime changes but they still have their most prized possession, Mother Ladd. The steak fries (Delt style, no dates), hay rides and formals, held during the year will long be remembered by all of the members. Peacetime activities will bring back the welcome annual chance to raze the Sigma Chi house and rough up the inhabitants, the Delt-Fiji beer bust, the advantage of living together, and last but not least, good old 1505 University. The Delts are proud of " Soupy " Campbell, who was Editor of Knots and Fathoms, Sumalia, and President of the Fraternity. founded at Bethany College in 18 9 Installed at Colorado University in 1883 Colors — Purple, White and Gold Flower — Pansy Top and left to right: Anderson, Belknap, D. Brown, R. E. Brown, Coffin, Coover, Crabb, Cunningham, Darr, Edwards, Evans, Fox, Hall, Harlcin, Hoffmeister, KiefFer, Kyle, LeBaron, Nicoll, Pasqua, Riley, Rohrbaugh, Roup, Sahlberg. Scruby, Vik, Thomas, Waldo, Wellner. Actives Name Hometown Class ANDERSON, ALVAN J., Denver, Colorado -.1945 BROWN, DALTON, Milwaukie, Oregon _.„ 1945 BROWN, ROWLAND E, Corvallis, Oregon _ 1945 COFFIN, JOHN B„ Englewood, New Jersey ...... - 1947 COOVER, CHARLES, Kinsley, Kansas 1947 CORONER, WESTON B., Orem, Utah .. 1946 CRABB, DAVID, Colorado Springs, Colorado 1945 DARR, JAMES, Wood River, Illinois . . 1945 EDWARDS, DONALD V., Englewood, Colorado _.- 1945 FOX, FRANCIS MARION, Texarkana, Texas 1945 HARKIN, JAMES P., Billings, Montana _ 1946 HILL, LEE, Denver, Colorado 1945 HOFFMEISTER, CHARLES, Imperial, Nebraska 1947 KIEFFER, LOWELL, Pueblo, Colorado _ 1944 KLEIN, VERNON J., Medford, Oregon 1944 KYLE, JAMES W., Mission, Kansas ;... 1946 LAZORCHICK, WILLIAM, McKeesport, Pennsylvania 1946 LeBARON, JOHN E., Waterbury, Vermont _. 1946 MANZER, GENE, Wellington, Texas 1947 MENGE, JAMES, Oakland, California 1946 MOORE, LYNN L., Denver, Colorado _ 1946 MORGAN, KENNETH, Soquel, California 1946 MURPHY, JOHN E., Pueblo, Colorado 1945 NICOLL, GARRIE, Wailuku, Maui, TH 1945 308 Name Hometown Class O ' KEEFE, MATHEW E., Boulder, Colorado 1945 PHILLIPS, HERBERT, San Antonio, Texas ...1945 ROHRBAUGH, ALLAN J., Hollywood, California .....1946 ROUP, NORMAN, Steamboat Springs, Colorado 1945 SCRUBY, RALPH E., Longmont, Colorado ....1945 THOMAS, WILLIAM C, Glendale, California 1945 VIK, TRYGVE, Springfield, Oregon .....1945 WILLIAMS, JACK R., Barberton, Ohio _ 1945 WOOLLEY, WILLIAM, Tacoma, Washington _ ., 1945 Pledges BELKNAP, ROBERT, Corvallis, Oregon 194 ' BROWN, JOSEPH W., Little Rock, Arkansas - 1947 CUNNINGHAM, JACK, Jacksonville, Texas .....1946 EVANS, LEWY, Houston, Texas 1945 EVANS, ROBERT, Pueblo, Colorado 1946 FELLOWS, ROWLAND, Berkeley, California 1946 HALL, WINFIELD, Klamath Falls, Oregon .1946 MILES, BERT, Ariel, Washington 1946 O ' LOUGHLIN, BERNARD, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 1945 PASQUA, FRANK, Denver, Colorado 1945 RILEY, ELVIN, Alameda, California ..1946 SAHLBERG, RAY, Watsonville, California 1946 WALDO, ROBERT, Los Angeles, California 1946 WUELLNER, ROBERT, Cincinnati, Ohio 19 " J 94fi_ J kappa sigma Officers BILL LAZORCHICK President GARRIE NICOLL Vice-President LOWELL KIEFER G. M. C. JAMES HARKIN Secretary JOHN COFFIN Treasurer JAMES KYLZ Rush Captain The Kappa Sigs are anxiously looking forward to the day when they can move back into their house behind the moat. For the time being, they are expanding their chapter through V-12 and transfer members. They have had an active year in intra- murals; their outstanding social event was the Spring formal. Tea dances, radio dances, and hayrides were also held. The Kappa Sigs may be proud of Don Edwards, student commander, N. R. O. T. C; Ralph Scruby, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Alpha Chi Sigma; and Jim Harkin, A. E. D., Phi Epsilon Phi, Phi Delta Chi, and Pi Mu Epsilon. Outstanding athletes in the fraternity are Bob Wuellner, Al Anderson and Rowland Brown. Founded at the University of Virginia in 1869 Installed at Colorado University in 1916 Colors — Scarlet, White, and Green Flower — Lily-of-the-V alley Top and left to right: Anderson, Bashor, Beesley, Bunnell, Cambor, Campbell, Carter, Coates, Corsberg, Cox, Daane, Duncanson, Dylcstra, Farenbaclc, Fairfax, Goody, Hussa, Jeffrey, Kilzer, Kincade, Leonard, Look, McKenzie, Mitchell, Morse, Nay, Norene, Roslci, Schmidt, ShuU, Stephens, Van Law, Venuti, Wilkev, Williams, Wolf, Zimmerman. Actives Name Hometown Class ANDERSON, DAVID L., Billings, Montana 1945 ALBERS, WILBURN L., LaGrange, Texas , 1947 BARKER, WESLEY L., Luray, Missouri 1946 BASHOR, H. VERNON, Loveland, Colorado _ 1945 BEESLEY, ARTHUR, Salt Lake City, Utah 1946 BROYLES, THOMAS M., San Angelo, Texas 1946 CAMBOR, GLENN, Denver, Colorado 1948 CAMPBELL, HARLEY M., Denver, Colorado 1946 COX, THOMAS E., Cortez, Colorado 1946 CRAIG, DONALD E., Sidney, Nebraska ..- 1946 DICKEY, JOE BEN, Kansas City, Missouri 1946 DUNCANSON, FRED L., Winnebago, Minnesota 1946 DYKSTRA, LEMAR, Grand Junction, Colorado 1945 EGGERS, HOMER E., Farrar, Missouri .. . ' . 1946 FAIRFAX, WALTER A., Seattle, Washington 1946 GOODY, WALTER M., Denver, Colorado 1946 HEPWORTH, RICHARD T., Evanston, Illinois 1945 HOY, HUGH A., Farmington, New Mexico 1946 HUSSA, JOHN, Burlington, Washington _ 1946 JEFFREY, MATTHEW, Sedro Woolley, Washington — - . 1946 KELLY, DENNIS, Ames, Iowa „ _. 1946 KELLY, JOHN A., Pasadena, California 1946 KINCADE, RICHARD W„ Berkeley, California 1945 LENZINI, ALEX, Walsenburg, Colorado 1946 LEONARD, RICHARD C, Tacoma, Washington 1946 LOOK, ROBERT G., Denver, Colorado _ 1945 McAllister, EUGENE, Salt Lake city, Utah 1946 MOORE, ORAL, Denver, Colorado 1946 310 Name Hometown C MORSE, GEORGE D., Trinidad, Colorado 1 ' NAY, HARVEY O., Antimony, Utah.. - - 1 ' NORENE, C. STEWART, Portland, Oregon 1 ' O ' KEEFE, RAYMOND E., DeSmet, South Dakota 1 ' ROSKI, JOSEPH M., Plymouth, Pennsylvania 1! SCHMIDT, THEODORE, Scottsbluff, Nebraska 1 ' SCHROEDER, JAMES, Long Beach, California 1 ' SHULL, PAUL E., Lamar, Colorado 1 ' VENUTL ROBERT, Bayfield, Colorado _ 1 ' WHITNEY, EDWARD J., Salt Uke City, Utah 1 ' WILKEY, EDWARD B., Providence, Kentucky I ' WILLIAMS, KEITH D., Boulder, Colorado.... 1 ' WILSON, ROLLIN K., Grand Junction, Colorado... 1 ' YANT, ROBERT K., Grand Junction, Colorado 1 ' ZIMMERMAN, RAYMOND M., Bellingham, Washington .11 Pledges BARNHILL, SAM, El Dorado, Kansas 1! BUNNELL, SAM, Grand Junction, Colorado 1! CARTER, CHARLES, Denver, Colorado - 1- COATES, JACK, Denver, Colorado H CORSBERG, JACK, Denver, Colorado 15 DAANE, KENNETH, Grand Haven, Michigan 15 FARENBACK, JOHN, Denver, Colorado _ _..- 15 KILPATRICK, " DOUG " , Colorado Springs, Colorado 15 KILZER, JOHN, Boulder, Colorado . . 15 McKENZIE, WILLIAM, Billings, Montana 15 MITCHELL, ROBERT, Provo, Utah 1 ' VAN LAW, RICHARD, Denver, Colorado 1 ' WOLF, EDWARD, Grand Junction, Colorado 15 phi delta theta Officers ROLLIN WILSON , President JOHN HUSSA .Vice-President VERNON BASHOR Treasurer HUGH HOY Secretary ORAL MOORE Rush Captain Founded at Miami University in 1848 Installed at Colorado University in 1902 Colors — Azure and Argent Flower — White Carnation FRANK C. POTTS Faculty Despite wartime conditions Colorado Alpha of Phi Delta Theta has enjoyed one of its most successful years since the found- ing of the chapter in 1902. They were often in the running in intra- mural sports and were the only fraternity to reach the softball playoffs besides having outstanding teams in both football and basketball. There were nine Phi Delts playing varsity football; Lemar Dylcstra, Dave Anderson, and Tom Broyles were all-conference choices. The Cosmopolitan Hotel was the scene of the Phi Delt Winter Formal. Many alumni and guests, including Mother Bell, attended. The fraternity is now planning for after the war, and all are anxiously awaiting the return to their house. Top and left to right: Baker, Belcher, Carpenter, Ekrem, Franklin, Funk, Ireland, Knievel, Koelbel, Larsen, Ledbetter, Lewis, McCammon, McKinnon, McNeill, Miller, Munger, O ' Keefe, Pace, Peters, Phillipson, Platts, Rawlings, Robertson, K. Smith, Starks, Vining, Warshauer, Wells, Williams, Wolff. Actives Name Hometown Class BAKER, W. LEE, Colorado Springs, Colorado — „ - 1947 BARTOE, JR., OTTO E., Coronado, California -- 1948 BELCHER, ROBERT L., Pueblo, Colorado - 1944 CARPENTER, JAMES L., Denver, Colorado 1947 DRUMMOND, RAY F., Wray, Colorado 1948 EKREM, RICHARD T., Denver, Colorado 1947 EVANS, DONALD F., Colorado Springs, Colorado -1948 FRANKLIN, WILLIAM R., Colorado Springs, Colorado 1947 FUNK, JAMES R., Genoa, Colorado 1946 HARDY, DALE W., Sturgis, South Dakota - - 1946 IRELAND, ROGER G., Denver, Colorado _ _.. ' ...- 1946 KNIEVEL, KENNETH D., Loveland, Colorado 1946 KOELBEL, WALTER A,, Muskegon, Michigan -- 1946 LARSEN, LEONARD E., Denver, Colorado 1948 LEDBETTER, LOY, University City, Missouri 1946 LEWIS, GEORGE B., Denver, Colorado - 1947 McCAMMON, ROBERT F., Denver, Colorado 1945 McKINNON, JOHN W., Portland, Oregon 1945 MILLER, WILLARD W., Denver, Colorado 1944 O ' KEEFE, JOSEPH D., Clayton, Missouri 1946 312 Name ' Hometown Class PACE, CHARLES W., Longmont, Colorado . 1947 PETERS, JR., AUGUST A., Lovell, Wyoming ■- 1946 PHILLIPSON, ROBERT S., Holbrook, Nebraska 1947 PLATTS, HARVEY N., Boulder, Colorado _ 1946 RAWLINGS, ROBERT H., Las Animas, Colorado ._ - 1945 RICHARDSON, WILLIAM E., Coronado, California 1948 ROBERTSON, HARRY A., St. Louis, Missouri _ 1947 SCOTT, ROY S., Denver, Colorado - - 1945 SMITH, JR., F. TUPPER, Denver, Colorado 1945 SMITH, KEENE Z., Denver, Colorado 1947 WARSHAUER, THEODORE F., Denver, Colorado 1946 WATSON, PETER P., Denver, Colorado 1946 WELLS, DONALD A., San Francisco, California 1945 WILLIAMS, MARTIN E., Denver, Colorado - 1946 WOLFF, H. BRADLEY, Denver, Colorado 1945 Pledg es McNeill, GORDON, Denver, Colorado 1948 MITCHUM, ALLEN, San Francisco, California 1948 MUNGER, JOHN A., Denver, Colorado 1947 ROSS, JAMES K., Houston, Texas ...1946 STARKS, ROBERT, Denver, Colorado 1948 VINING, WILLIAM H., Denver, Colorado 1948 mma Officers TUPPER SMITH President MARTIN WILLIAMS Treasurer KEENE SMITH Corresponding Secretary CHARLES PACE Recording Secretary GEORGE LEWIS Historian BRADLEY WOLFF ......Rush Captain STUART CUTHBERTSON ..... Faculty WALTER B. FRANKLIN Faculty CARL K. HULLEY Faculty Phi Gamma Delta is now enjoying its thirty-third year on this year on this campus with a large chapter in spite of wartime conditions. In athletics last fall they finished the Intramural football season with a tie for the championship. In varsity sports the Fijis have many representatives which included ten men on the varsity football squad and five men on the varsity basketball team. Founded at Washington and Jefferson University in 1848 Installed at Colorado University in 1912 Color — Royal Purple tlonier — Clematis Following in the footsteps of former brothers are many outstanding men. They are: Tupper Smith, President of the chap- ter, president of Sumalia, A. S. U. C, Varsity basketball; Bob Belcher, A. S. U. C, ex-president of Sumalia, Who ' s Who in American Colleges, Varsity Football; Willard Miller, All-Conference footba Sumalia; Bradley Wolff, N. R. O. T. C Commander, Sumalia, Varsity football. Top and left to right: Arnett, Sarlo, Dain, Dunn, Heflin, Orr, Pearson, C. Peterson, E. A. Peterson, Quimby, Renz, Reynolds, Lang, Sandberg, Wright, Wrighton, Zenk. Actives Name Hometown Class ARNETT, EUGENE V., South Pasadena, California 1948 DUNN, LESLIE W., El Paso, Texas - 1946 HEFLIN, W. H., Redwood City, California ..- 1946 HENDRICKSON, JR., MELVIN C, St. Paul, Minnesota 1946 LANG, ROY B., Portland, Oregon .... _ - 1945 LOVRET, E. CLINTON, El Paso, Texas : 1946 NICKS, WILLIAM, Peoria, Arizona 1948 ORR, ROBERT G., Newport Beach, California 1945 PETERSON, CARL, Chicago, Illinois ..- 1945 PETERSON, EDWARD A., Thief River Falls, Minnesota - 1946 QUIMBY, ROBERT L., Prescott, Arizona _ -. - 1948 RAYMOND, WILLIAM J., Colorado Springs, Colorado 1947 RENZ, RICHARD W., Los Angeles, California - 1946 REYNOLDS, LOUIE J., El Paso, Texas 1946 SANDBERG, JR., EMANUEL W., Minneapolis, Minnesota .- 1946 SARLO, CARY A., La Junta, Colorado 1947 WARREN, FRANK, McCook, Nebraska 1945 WILLIAMS, LYLE W., Decorah, Iowa 1946 WRIGHT, AL, Portland, Oregon 1946 WRIGHTON, THOMAS R., Excelsior, Minnesota 1946 YOUNG, HARPER, New Orleans, Louisiana _ -- . 1947 ZENK, LAWRENCE P., New Ulm, Minnesota 1946 Pledges Name Hometown Class BLACKWELL, J. ROBERT, Phoenix, Arizona 1948 BREER, RAY, St. Louis, Missouri 1947 BRIGGS, ROBERT O., Los Gatos, California - 1947 CASH, TOM, La Junta, Colorado . 1947 DAIN, WENDELL L., Los Angeles, California 1946 DICKERSON, TED V., Waycross, Georgia - 1948 McKENZIE, ROBERT, Los Angeles, California 1947 PEARSON, GEORGE W., Saratoga, Wyoming 1946 314 phi kappa tau Founded at Miami University in 1906 Installed at Colorado University in 1924 Colors — Red and Gold Flower — Red Carnation Officers LYLE W. WILLIAMS . _ President GARY SARLO Vice-President EDWARD A. PETERSON Secretary RICHARD W. RENZ Treasurer CARL PETERSON, WILLIAM NICKS Co-Rush Captains The Phi Taus have kept their many color- ful and lively social activities, including tea dances, beer busts, and hayrides, through- out the past year; but these were topped by the Phi Kappa Tau " Founders ' Day Ban- quet " held on March 17, in Denver, and the Phi Kappa Tau " Spring Formal " held in Memorial Hall on April 7. Outstanding on the campus are Lyle Williams, Interfraternity Council Secretary; Dick Renz, Chi Epsilon; Tom Wrighton, Varsity Football Manager, R. O. T. C. Quarterdeck Club; George Wright, Phi Epsilon Phi; Frank Warren, Phi Epsilon Phi, Student Defense Council, Veterans Organization. Patriotically, Phi Kappa Tau is putting one-third of the members ' monthly dues into war bonds. Top and left to right: Breetwar, Briclcer, Brin, Davidson, Dinner, Ginsberg, Horwitz, Kaplan, Leight, Levis, Levy, Lifshutz, B. Miller, 3. Miller, Pringle, Sachter, Sedalniclc, Silverman, Wandel, Weiner, Yoches. Actives Name Hometown Class BARRON, JOEL, Denver, Colorado - 1947 BREETWAR, MELVIN, Denver, Colorado --- 1944 BRICKER, NEAL, Denver, Colorado ■-.- - 1946 BRIN, LEON, Fort Dodge, Iowa - 1947 COOK, HERBERT, Denver, Colorado - -:-1945 DINNER, MELVIN, Greeley, Colorado - 1948 GINSBERG, NORMAN, Denver, Colorado _ - 1946 GORDON, STEPHEN, Denver, Colorado 1946 HORWITZ, IRWIN, Denver, Colorado 1948 KAPLAN, SYLVAN, University City, Missouri 1945 LEIGHT, HAROLD, Denver, Colorado .„ -- 1946 LEVY, NORMAN, Denver, Colorado - 1946 LIFSHUTZ, HAROLD, Denver, Colorado - 1948 MELLICKER, MURRAY, Boulder, Colorado.. .1946 MILLER, GERALD, Denver, Colorado 1946 PRINGLE, HAROLD, Denver, Colorado 1945 SACHTER, LEWIS, Pueblo, Colorado -1945 SEDALNICK, HERSHAL, Grand Junction, Colorado 1945 WANDEL, STANLEY, Denver, Colorado 1945 YOCHES, ROBERT, Denver, Colorado 1946 WEINER, STANLEY, Denver, Colorado 1946 Pledges SILVERMAN, JOSEPH C, Providence, Rhode Island 1947 MILLER, BENJAMIN, Denver, Colorado 1947 ROSENBERG, LOUIS, Brooklyn, New York _ .1946 KLAVER, LINCOLN, Omaha, Nebraska .._ 1947 LEVIS, SIDNEY, Houston, Texas ' . 1948 DAVIDSON, MILTON, Denver, Colorado 1948 PLOTKIN, SHELDON, Denver, Colorado _ 1947 PETERMAN, FLOYD, Colorado Springs, Colorado 1948 HUTTNER, LELAND, Denver, Colorado _ 1948 FINESILVER, SHERMAN, Denver, Colorado 1948 316 ! phi sigma delta Founded at Columbia University in 1910 Installed at Colorado University in 1919 Colors — Purple and White Flower — Violet Officers HERBERT COOK President HERSHEL SEDALNICK ...Rmh Captain LEON BRIN _ - - Secretary HAROLD PRINGLE _. House Manager HERSHEL SEDALNICK Rush Captam ERNEST P. TOVANI Faculty When the Phi Sigs came back to school last July, they found that they had won the Brummer Cup, emblematic of the out- standing Phi Sig chapter in the country for 1943-44. It had been awarded at the na- tional convention held in June. Another addition to the fraternity was a large St. Bernard named Romeo. Men in the fraternity outstanding in campus activities include: Herb Cook, presi- dent of Interfraternity Council, A. S. U. C. member, and advertising manager for Colo- radan and Silver and Gold; Gerald Miller, vice-president of Alpha Epsilon Delta, Phi Epsilon Phi, and Honors; Ben Miller, leader in Veteran ' s organization, member of Red Cross Council, and President of Hillel. Top and left to right: Alberts, Anderson, Andrews, Barker, Branflick, Case, Chipman, Dunbar, Folsom, Gilmore, Hines, Howe, Jorgensen, Kintigh, Mikkelsen, Mogenson, Moore, Mounger, Newlon, Karlson, Smiley, Spears, Stephenson, Walter, Williams, Wyche. Actives Name Hometown Class ALBERTS, BERNARD, Redcliff, Iowa _ „ 1947 ANDERSON, RUSSELL, Salt Lake City, Utah -1947 ANDREWS, JAMES, Hudson, Colorado.- -.. - 1947 BARKER, PAUL, Denver, Colorado .-. 1947 BECK, PAUL, Colorado Springs, Colorado.... 1945 BRANFLICK, ROBERT, Baltimore, Maryland 1946 CASE, RICHARD, Orange, California - .1947 CHIPMAN, ROBERT, Salt Lake City, Utah 1947 DEAN, MARSHALL, Las Animas, Colorado 1944 DUNBAR, RUSSELL, Denver, Colorado 1946 FOLSOM, ALLEN, Salt Lake City, Utah .1947 GILMORE, KEITH, Ontario, Oregon 1945 HINES, RICHARD, Ovid, Colorado -1946 JORGENSON, GLEN, Denver, Colorado 1948 KARLSON, WESLEY, Van Nuys, California 1947 KINTIGH, ALLEN, Dellvah, Kansas 1946 MIKKELSEN, JESS, Gunnison, Colorado.. 1947 MOGENSON, PETER, Racine, Wisconsin — 1944 MOORE, BURT, Parma, Idaho _ 1947 MOUNGER, WILLIAM, Houston, Texas 1947 NEWLON, RICHARD, Denver, Colorado 1947 PATTON, ROBERT, Missouri City, Texas 1947 ROYLANCE, ROBERT, Salt Lake City, Utah 1946 SMILEY, MORSE, Brush, Colorado 1946 SPEARS, HOWARD, Denver, Colorado 1947 STEPHENSON, STANLEY, Ogden, Utah .1946 UHRICH, ROBERT, Denver, Colorado 1945 WALTER, RICHARD, Denver, Colorado.. 1945 WATSON, BURT, Amarillo, Texas .;.. 1946 WILLIAMS, PARK, Kaysville, Utah ...1946 WYCHE, JAMES, Sherman, Texas 1946 Pledges Name Hometown Class BALCH, JACK, Rupurt, Idaho .. _ _ 1947 DODS, LOU, Salt Uke City, Utah 1948 SIGLER, BILL, Ponca City, Oklahoma 1947 318 pi kappa alpha Officers ROBERT ROYLANCE President RICHARD MINES ' Vice-President RUSSELL DUNBAR Secretary BURT WATSON ..- -. Treasurer RUSSELL ANDERSON......RM5 ) Captain Founded at the Unirersity of Virginia in 1868 Installed at Colorado University in 1922 Colors — Garnet and Old Gold Flower — Lily-of-the- Valley .■f ! EDISON CRAMER ...- Faculty MARTIN F. SCHMIDT ___ _ .Faculty Although the Navy now occupies the Pi Kap fraternity house, and a chief specialist has taken the place of Mother Kemp, the Pi Kap ' s have managed to retain their posi- tion on the campus. In basketball they were the top fraternity team, placing third in the intramural competition. Topping the social calendar a dinner dance was held in Denver during the fall term, and the annual Flowers Formal high- lighted the spring term. Outstanding members are: Bob Roylance, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Pi Tau Sigma and Engineering Council; Jim Wyche, Sigma Tau, Pi Tau Sigma, and Colorado Engineer; and Glen Jorgensen, Varsity basketball. Viappi I ■■pr Top and left to right: Abbott, Beck, Bridges, Carrington, Clough, Connett, Gorman, Covington, Craig, C. R. Erickson, K. K. Erickson, Foster, Gorsuch, Greger, Gruber, Hoppe, Knapp, Lisco, Mackin, Miller, Oliver, Pearson, Perkin, Perrella, Powell, Sanford, Sawhill, Smead, Worden. Actives Name Hometown Class ABBOTT, BOB, Baton Rouge, Louisiana - 1945 BECK, JOHN, Caruthers, California __1945 BLENSELY, BOB, Salem, Oregon 1946 BRIDGES, JACK, Goodland, Kansas 1945 CHALLAIN, LEONARD, Olympia, Washington 1946 CLOUGH, RAY, Willoughby, Ohio 1946 CONNETT, DON, Mollola, Oregon 1946 CORMAN, ROGER, Beverly Hills, California _ 1946 COVINGTON, BOB, Chicago, Illinois ._ 1946 CRAIG, JACK, Denver, Colorado 1945 ERICKSON, CURTIS, Portland, Oregon 1945 ERICKSON, KIETH, Seattle, Washington 1945 FOSTER, BOB, Portland, Oregon 1945 GIANNINI, JOHN, Portland, Oregon 1945 GORSUCH, RAY, Phoenix, Arizona 1945 GROSH, DON, Glendale, California 1945 JOE LAMB, Denver, Colorado 1946 LISCO, DICK, Aurora, Colorado 1945 MACKIN, BLAKE, Billings, Montana 1945 McDonald, SCOTT, Pueblo, Colorado 1945 MILLER, JIM, Portland, Oregon 1945 MINDEN, DICK, Nampa, Idaho ....._ .1945 OLIVER, JIM, Portland, Oregon 1945 PERKIN, GENE, Denver, Colorado !..... 1945 PERRELLA, JOE, Louisville, Colorado 1945 SAWHILL, BILL, St. Francis, Kansas 1945 SCHNEIDER, CHUCK, Denver, Colorado 1945 SMEAD, JOE, Spokane, Washington 1945 WORDEN, STEWART, La Mesa, California _ 1945 ENSIGN ART SHENEFELT ' . ENSIGN BILL McKEEON .. Pledges Scott McDonald Name Hometown Class BROWN, BROOKS, Spokane, Washington . 1946 CARRINGTON, GEORGE, Encino, California 1946 COLLIS, JIM, Ashland, Oregon .. ' . 1946 DEL MONICO, ANTHONY, Denver, Colorado 1948 GEORGE, CLIFF, Boulder, Colorado ...1946 GRUBER, KEN, Kansas City, Kansas 1945 HAVERTY, PAT, Los Angeles, California 1946 HOLMAN, WILLIS, Corona Del Mar, California 1946 HOBBS, BILL, Longmont, Colorado 1948 HOPPE, WILLIE, Missoula, Montana 1946 KNAPP, JIM, Denver, Colorado ..1946 LARSON, MELVIN, Erie, Colorado 1945 LEE, HARRY, Colorado Springs, Colorado _ 1945 PEARSON, JUD, Wichita, Kansas _. 1945 POWELL, JOE, Boulder, Colorado 1945 POWELL, KEITH, Moscow, Idaho 1945 SANFORD, WALBOURNE, Whittier, California .1946 STURNER, CHUCK, Tulsa, Oklahoma 1945 TANNER, ART, Los Angeles, California..... 1946 TIMMER, JACK, Muskegon, Michigan 1946 WEST, DICK, Denver, Colorado 1946 WEST, ROBERT, Sturgis, Kentucky .. ; 1945 Dick Minden 320 sigma alpha epsilon Officers DON GROSH President DICK LISCO Vice-President DICK MINDEN Treasurer JIM MILLER . ... Secretary JOHN BECK Rush Captain Founded at the University of Alabama in 18}6 Installed at Colorado University in 1891 Colors — Purple and Gold Flower — Violets GORDON BARKER Faculty FORREST B. COX Faculty ELMORE PETERSON Faculty PAUL V. THOMPSON Faculty FRANCIS WOLLE Faculty With five men on the varsity football team, six on the track squad, and an ex- cellent record in intramurals, the Sig Alphs kept up their reputation for athletic leader- ship. Powers on the gridiron were Bob West, Stu Worden, Jim Oliver, Dick Lisco, and Johnny Giannini; West, Worden, Oliver, and Lisco made All-Conference. Don Grosh and Keith Erickson headed the S. A. E. ' s on the track scene. Joe Perrella was elected president of Combined Engineers and listed in Who ' s Who in American Colleges. John Giannini was elected to A. S. U. C. commission, as well as making Sumalia along with Dick Lisco and Don Grosh. 1 wrn Top and left to right: G. Anderson, R. Anderson, Bennelack, Bennett, Brueggeman, Cain, Davis, Demand, Freeman, Gray, Hoard, Howland, Looper, Mohr, Olson, Rees, Renberg, Seydler, Shaner, St. Clair, Wallengren. « » Actives Name Hometown Class ANDERSON, GUSTAV, Denver, Colorado — _ 1946 ANDERSON, RICHARD, Salt Lake City, Utah .„. - 1947 BENNETT, ROBBIE, Fort Collins, Colorado ,1947 CAIN, LE ROY, Pueblo, Colorado - 1945 COOPER, BERT, Colorado Springs, Colorado 1946 CURRY, JOHN, Bingham, Utah .1945 DAVIS, JOHN, Denver, Colorado 1947 DEMAND, LYMAN, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma .,. 1947 FREEMAN, CLAIR, Denver, Colorado 1946 GRAY, DONALD, Indianapolis, Indiana 1946 HEPPE, XX ILLIAM, Denver, Colorado 1947 HOARD, JAMES, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma .1947 HOWLAND, MELVIN, Denver, Colorado 1947 KING, DONALD, Denver, Colorado 1945 LOOPER, JOE, Fort Collins, Colorado 1946 MITCHELL, JOHN, Hinsdale, Illinois 1946 MOHR, WES, Cheyenne, Wyoming 1945 OLSEN, STAN, Portland, Oregon 1945 RENBERG, CLAIR, Colorado Springs, Colorado 1946 SEYDLER, HERBERT, Houston, Texas 1948 SHANER, HAMES, Denver, Colorado 1945 ST. CLAIR, MELVIN, Worland, Wyoming 1947 WUNNICKE, CHARLES, Cheyenne, Wyoming Grad. Pledges Name Hometown Class BENNELACK, DONALD, Denver, Colorado 1946 BRUEGGEMAN, BUD, Rapid City, South Dakota 1948 COVINGTON, LEE, Laramie, Wyoming 1947 FARBAUGH, JEFF, Pueblo, Colorado 1948 POULSON, FRANK, Fort Worth, Texas .. 1948 SHAVER, RICHARD, Pueblo, Colorado ... 1948 WALLENGREN, DELBERT, Sheridan, Wyoming _ ...1948 322 stgma cm ' g h Officers DONALD KING President CLAIR RENBERG Vice-President JOHN MITCHELL Secretary GUSTAV ANDERSON Treasurer MELVIN HOWLAND Corresponding Secretary WALD O E. BROCKWAY Faculty Although Sigma Chi has lost thirty men in the past year, it has carried on many activities. Social activities included a formal in Den- ver, tea dances, summer parties at Denver amusement parks, hayrack rides, and a Panarama party. Sigma Chi entered all of the Intramural sports, the best showing being made in foot- ball in which they tied for first in their division. Donald King, President, was tapped by Sumalia; others pledged to honoraries were Jim Shaner and Leroy Cain, Pi Mu Epsilon; Joe Looper, Sigma Tau; Mel St. Clair, Eta Kappa Nu; and Leroy Cain, Tau Beta Pi. Founded at Miami University in 18} Installed at Colorado University in 1914 Colors — Blue and Gold Flower — White Rose 1 a O: rTWW% Top and left to right: Ailcele, Bagley, Beckett, Brandt, Brooks, Carlson, Engle, Gnadinger, Heckler, Hofheinz, Jackson, T. C. Johnson, W. Johnson, Michael, Morse, Perkins, Potter, Rains, Ramstetter, Reifschneider, Ritchey, Rugeley, Sheppard, Tippin, Webb, Weinberger, Weisz, Winfrey. Actives Name Hometown ANDERSON, ERIC, Petaluma, California. Class 1946 Pled g es BAGLEY, WALT, Pueblo, Colorado _.. _ 1945 BROOKS, LEE M., Modesto, California 1946 BUROKER, LEO, Portland, Oregon 1945 COPPER, JOHN, Fresno, California 1946 CRAMER, ROBERT J., Denver, Colorado _ 1 _ _ 1946 ECKLUND, WILLIAM, Jefferson, Iowa 1946 ELDRIDGE, ROBERT, Nyssa, Oregon _ 1946 GNADINGER, JOHN F., Joliet, Illinois 1946 GOODWIN, JOSEPH B., Waco, Texas .. 1946 GOTSCH, CURTIS C, St. Louis, Missouri _ _ 1946 JOHNSON, BILL, Kansas City, Kansas . _ 1947 JOHNSON, T. CARROLL, Torrington, Wyoming 1947 KENWORTHY, C. DEAN, Monte Vista, Colorado _.. _. . 1946 MICHAEL, RICHARD, Petaluma, California _... . 1946- MORSE, JOHN G., Denver, Colorado 1947 PERKINS, HARRY L., Coronado, California _ 1946 PETTIGREW, FLOYD, Lincoln, Nebraska _ 1946 POTTER, DONALD M., Torrington, Wyoming . 1947 PREBLE, PARKER, Oak Park, Illinois.... 1944 RAEDELS, WILLIAM, Buhl, Idaho ..._ 1946 RAMSTETTER, DON, Golden, Colorado _ _. . 1946 RITCHEY, FRANK, Pueblo, Colorado 1946 SHEPPARD, JIM, Monte Vista, Colorado ..._ _ _ _ 1945 WEBB, TOM, Abilene, Texas _ _ 1947 WEINBURGER, LES, Denver, Colorado _ __ 1945 WHITING, DERALD, Loveland, Colorado _ _ _ 1945 WILSON, LEE, South Bend, Indiana _ 1945 WOODRUFF, BILL, Buhl, Idaho 1946 Name Hometown Class AIKELE, HERMAN, Moore, Idaho 1946 BRANDT, LARRY, Modesto, California 1947 CARLSON, GORDON, Buhl, Idaho 1947 ENGLE, HOWARD, Oakland, California 1946 HECKLER, JOHN C, Kansas City, Kansas . 1946 HOFHEINZ, MARTIN C, Redwood City, California..... -.1946 JACKSON, PAUL, Boulder, Colorado 1947 MURPHY, GEORGE, Ungmont, Colorado 1947 RAINS, JIM, Denver, Colorado 1947 REIFSCHNEIDER, BOYD, Dighton, Kansas 1946 RUGELEY, NORTON, Wharton, Texas 1946 TIPPIN, BILL, Sedan, Kansas - 1947 WEISZ, PHIL, Seville, Ohio ..-. 1946 WINFREY, BILL, Limon, Colorado 1947 324 ' g ma nu Officers R. DERALD WHITING ..„ Commander LEO BUROKER Lt. Commander DON RAMSTETTER Treasurer BILL WOODRUFF Recorder ERIC ANDERSON, JOE GOODWIN Co-Rush Captain MORRIS GARNSEY Faculty OLIVER LESTER Faculty Countless Sigma Nu ' s are abroad nowa- days fighting for Uncle Sam, but the local boys are doing their best in waging the " Battle of Boulder Hill. " Taking timeout from taxing classroom campaigns, the fraternity enjoyed many social events and intramural participation. A lavishly decorated chapter house was the scene of the annual Greenwich Village formal this winter. Outstanding members are as follows: Donald Ramstetter, A. S. U. C. Commis- sioner, Vice-President of student body, Pan American Club, Players ' Club; Derald Whiting, A. S. U. C. Dance Commissioner, Secretary-Treasurer of the College of Busi- ness, Interfraternity Council, Greek Com- bine; Leo Buroker, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Pi Tau Sigma, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Institute of the Aeronautical Sciences; Paul Jackson, Marching Band, Concert Band, Track. Founded at Virginia Military Institute in 1869 Installed at Colorado University in 1902 Colors— Black, White, and Gold Flower — Rose ( 1-sw- • » ' .i f ii ; iP L -t ' |B Top and left to right: Adams, Ahrendt, Brock, Campbell, Daiss, Davidson, Davis, Densem, Ford, Franson, Hadley, Harrison, Heidenreich, Hurner, Johnston, Lundin, McCoy, McCubbin, McFeron, Pickett, Pile, Ragsdale, Rautenstraus, Rogers, Rath, Russell, Todd, Whetterborg, Wharton, Winter, Wyatt, Young. MEMBERS ADAMS, ROBERT R., Sigma Phi Epsilon Oregon State College AHRENDT, J. DONALD, Sigma Phi Epsilon Oregon State College ARCHAMBEAU, PAUL L., Lambda Chi Alpha Oregon State College BARHAM, MACK, Lambda Chi Alpha _ Louisiana State University BRADSHAW, JAMES, Lambda Chi Alpha University of Nevada BROCK. HOMER M., Delta Chi Oregon State College CAIRNS, NORMAN R., Delta Chi Oregon State College CAMPBELL. GORDON P.. Delta Chi Oregon State College DAISS, ROBERT M., Alpha Delta Phi University of California DAVIDSON, DAVID G., Phi Kappa Psi..- Stanford University DAVIS, JEROLD L., Pi Kappa Phi Oregon State College DENSEM, DOUGLAS G., Delta Chi Oregon State College FORD, KENNETH J., Pi Kappa Phi Oregon State College FRANSON, KARL D., Alpha Chi Rho University of Illinois HADLEY, LOWELL E., Phi Kappa Psi Oregon State College HARRISON, WILLIAM C, Tau Kappa Epsilon University of Idaho HEIDENREICH, PAUL, Delta Upsilon _ - Oregon State College HURNER, JAMES E., Kappa Delta Rho Oregon State College JOHNSTON, STUART E.,, Lambda Chi Alpha Oregon State College LUNDIN, JOHN M., Phi Kappa Psi _ University of Illinois MARTIN, JOSEPH E., Pi Kappa Phi .. Oregon State College McCOY, RICHARD J., Pi Kappa Phi Oregon State College McCUBBIN, CLINT M., Lambda Chi Alpha University of Nevada McFERON, DEAN E., Delta Chi _ Oregon State College -Oregon State College ..South Dakota State College ..Willamette University ..Willamette University PICKETT, JACK H., Sigma Phi Epsilon.. PILE, DONALD E., Alpha Gamma Rho . RAGSDALE, DUANE W., Alpha Psi Delta RATH, JAMES E., Alpha Psi Delta. RAUTENSTRAUS, ROLAND C, Delta Xi Greeley State Teacher ' s College ROGERS, ROBERT H., Delta Upsilon _ Oregon State College RUSSELL, DONALD E., Sigma Phi Epsilon Oregon State College SHAHINIAN, EDWARD, Delta Alpha City College of New York SNYDER, E. GRAYDON, Triangle _ University of Michigan TODD, HORACE E., Sigma Phi Epsilon Oregon State College WAGGONER, NORMAN E.. Lambda Chi Alpha Oregon State College WETTERBORG, GEROLD P., Delta Upsilon Oregon State College WHARTON, ROBERT H., Kappa Alpha Drury University WINTER. DANIEL L., Alpha Chi Rho Oregon State College WRIGHT, B. WAYNE, Lambda Chi Alpha WYATT, DICK D., Theta Chi YOUNG, ROY W., Phi Kappa Psi ..._ _ „Oregon State College Oregon State College Stanford University 326 off camp Installed at Colorado University in 194 ' Officers NORMAN WAGGONER President DAN WINTER pAd Chi Rho Representative GORDON CAMPBELL Delta Chi Representative GERALD WETTERBORG Delta Upsilon Representative JEROLD DAVIS. Pi Kappa Phi Representative JOHN LUNDIN Phi Kappa Psi Representative DON AHRENDT Sigma Phi Epsilon Representative MR. L. A. BINGHAM Faculty Advisor " Off Campus Greeks " is a new organiza- tion on the C. U. campus. Made up of fraternity men who have no active chapter at C. U., it provides a small part of fra- ternity life otherwise to be missed by those who were transplanted by the war. The first meetings were held in Novem- ber, and official recognition was received in December of 1944. 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H JtjujJxima iJin k Jlh 1636 CHAMPA STREET DENVER 17, CQLORADD .n n h n lb n u STUDENT INDEX Abbott, James Harman, 86, 236, 270 Abbott, Lodema Jane, 113, 274 Abbott, Robert Jefferson, Jr., 86, 246, 320 Ackley, Mary Elizabeth, 86, 247, 294 Adams, Beryl Mign»n, 107 Adams, Elizabeth Jean, 68, 239, 284 Adams, Robert Russel, 66, 169, 250, 259, 326 Adelmann, Drucilla, 68, 248 Adelstein, Helen Ruth, 288 Agor, Allene Helen, 107, 156, 286 Ahem, Patricia Ruth, 68, 280 Ahrendt, James Donald, 160, 237, 241, 326 Ahumada, (Grimm) William Rene, 252 Ailcele, Herman, 104, 324 Albers, Wilburn Frank, 86 Alberts, Bernard Joel, 113, 318 Alden, Gayle S., 268, 269 Alexander, Jean Lee, 113, 280 Alford, Mary Elizabeth, 102, 104, 158, 294 Allen, Ila Berenice, 243 Allen, Joan, 158, 272, 294 Allen, Patti, 113 Alton, Susan, 113, 292 Alvarado, Arthur John, 113 Alvers, Wilburn L., 310 Amemiya, Isamu, 242 Anderson, Eleanor Inez, 107, 276 Anderson, Eugenia Elaine, 154 Anderson, Gustav W., 236 Anderson, Millicent, 86, 154, 282 Anderson, Alvan Junius, Jr., 68, 308 Anderson, Beverly, 86, 240, 290 Anderson, Barbara Lee, 274 Anderson, David Leon, 68, 310 Anderson, Eleanor, 276 Anderson, Eric Arthur, 324 Anderson, Elaine, 113, 276 Anderson, Gustav Wilshirc, 299, 322 Anderson, I., 242 Anderson, Jo Ann, 274 Anderson, Jo An, 113 Anderson, Mary Louise, 292 Anderscm, Millicent, 282 Anderson, Robert Warren, 86 Anderson, Richard, 322 Anderson, Russell Byron, 299, 318 Andrew, Alice Kathleen, 86, 154, 286 Andrews, Beth Louise, 159, 261, 274 Andrews, James Henton, 103, 236, 318 Anemiya, Isamc, 268 Andrist, Wilma Agnes, 276 Arbaugh, Margie Louise, 86, 102, 276 Archambeau, Paul Lee, 326 Ardell, Madelyn, 107, 290 Arnett, Eugene Victor, 314 Arnold, Mary Elaine, 155, 282 Arnold, Morris D., 267 Arnold, Mary Elaine, 282 Arnold, Pat, Gene, 113, 254 Arnold, Sarah Jane, 86, 292 Arnold, Sherry, 261 Aron, Patricia Marie, 113 Adcins, Pete, 208 Atkins, Jane, 107 Atkinson, lone Lorene, 216 Atkinson, William Wilder, 125 Auger, Marjorie Patricia, 113, 159, 274 Auld, Mary Ellen, 252, 254 Austin, James Franklin, 58, 267, 268 Austing, Raymond Frank, 251 Averch, Stanley, 113 Axler, Aileen, 68, 239 Axtell, Lois Adeline, 104 6 Babcock, Betty Lou, 104 Bach, Elaine Jeanne, 261 Bachman, Janet Marie, 102, 155, 159, 280 Bagley, Walter Glenn, Jr., 205, 324 Bainer, Miriam Anne, 262 Baker, Betty Jane, 86 Baker, Beverly Ann , 292 Baker, Wilbur Lee, 104, 312 Bakewcll, Hughes Robert, 304 Balch, Jack Lewis, 318 Baldwin, Betty Jo, 55, 274 Ballif, John Lyman, III, 238 Ballou, Barbara Ann, 113, 261, 290 Balows, Goldie Anne, 288 Balsh, Jack, 318 Bancroft, Marilynn Jane, 247 Barb, Shirlce Patricia, 113, 248, 261 Barber, Romaine, 86, 102 Barbour, Dorothy May, 68 Bardwell, Ellen Louise, 68, 248, 286 Bardwell, George Eldred, 268 Barham, Mack Elwin, 326 Barker, Consuelo, 113 Barker, Kathleen Mora, 68, 276 Barker, Marjorie Lorraine, 240 Barker, Paul Hamilton, Jr., 103, 107, 318 Barker, Reid Stewart, 68, 259, 299, 304 Barker, Wesley L., 86, 161, 215, 310 Barnett, Barclay Kay, 302 Barnett, Betty, 270 Barnett, Kendrick Jay, 238, 302 Barnhill, Samuel Robert, 310 Barquist, Muriel Maxine, 104, 276 Barr, Mildred Lee, 252, 254 Barrell, Robert Frank, 58, 246 Barrett, Kathryn Esther, 276 Barrett, Millie Jane, 104, 274 Barron, Joel Bernard, 316 Barrus, George Stanton, 86 Battle, Ann Maxine, 251 Bartoe, Otto Edwin, Jr., 312 Bartram, Harlan G. H., 68, 234 Bartram, Marjorie Grace, 113, 158, 294 Bashford, Earl, 250 Bashor, Harold Vernon, 68, 250, 310 Bastian, Joan Faye, 86 Bate, Gloria Delano, 104, 286 Battershell, Emily Carolyn, 276 Baver, Mary Alice, 113 Beach, Roberta Jane, 113 Beard, Virginia, 68 Beattie, Patsy Jean McCauIey, 238, 282 Bechtcl, Stephen Davison, 87, 302 Bech, Betty, 87 Beck, Elaine Rozella, 68, 288, 298 Beck, Elna Ruth, 139, 294 Beck, John, 68, 161, 259, 320 Beck, Niels Johannes, 66 Beck, Paul William, 318 Becker, Floyd Kenneth, 66, 236, 245, 258, 264, 304 Beckett, Lewis Raymond, 302 Beechcr, Marbelle, 104, 292 Beeman, Dorothy Virginia, 102, 104, 155, 158, 261, 272, 294 Beer, Eulalia Ann, 286 Beesley, Arthur Junior, 104, 310 Begale, Winifred Blanche, 87, 104 Behrent, Rccs Albert, 104, 156, 158, 306 Behrens, Thomas Reed, 113, 304 Belcher, Robert L., 51, 68, 312 Belknap, Donald Robert, 68, 308 Bell, Celia Grace, 113 Bell, Shirley Alice, 113, 160 Bennallack, Donald Albert, 104, 235, 254, 322 Bennett, Robertson Loomis, 69, 322 Bennetts, Shirley Clara, 54, 55, 67, 69, 84, 271, 282 Benoit, John Easley, 104, 302 Bensley, Robert C, 237 Bentley, John C, 158 Bergeson, Robert Mclvin, 87, 240 Bergman, Elizabeth Permelia, 104, 292 Berry, James Earl, 69, 268 Betasso, Betty Ray, 282 Bettencourt, Earl Joseph, 87, 302 Bevans, Mildred Virginia, 104 Beynon, Mary Catherine, 113, 155, 276 Bicring, Viola Margaret, 125 Bigclow, Helen Elizabeth, 113, 261, 286 Biggs, Phyllis Hoyt, 154, 286 Bilbo, Jeanine Cherie, 113 Biles, John Alexander, 254, 268 Biles, Margaret, 254 Billington, Roth Lucille, 113 Binger, Edward Francis, 87, 251 Bird, Barbara Hedder, 261 Birr, Robert Frank, 87 Bishop, Olivia Barbara, 246 Bivans, Caryl Luna, 254, 262, 270 Bjork, Robert Marshall, 257 Black, John W., 161 Blackwell, James Robert, 314 Blake, Virginia Jean, 294 Blanch, Jacqueline Sara, 54, 55, 102, 104, 158 Blazer, Mary Janet, 69 Blensly, Robert Conrad, 241, 320 Blumenthal, Muriel Jeanne, 104, 254, 270 Boatright, Euzabeth Mabel, 87, 246, 252 Bobb, Donald Frederick, 87 Boblits, Frances Ada, 246 Boeck, A. Patricia, 113, 286 Boese, Mary Ann, 284 Bone, Cynthia Anne, 69, 252 Bonner, Vera May, 113, 261 Book, Maxine Olive, 69, 266 Borst, Elizabeth Jean, 104, 243, 247 Bosley, Maurice Edward, 125 Boston, Beverly Ann, 107, 157, 274 Bostwick, Phyllis Elaine, 107 Bosworth, Ann, 87, 290 Botts, Cora Louise, 102, 235, 248, 265, 296 Botts, Virginia Dove, 263 Bower, Helen, 174 Bowers, Barbara Ann, 56, 113, 157, 158, 271 Bowles, Betty Anne, 113, 294 Bowyer, Margorie Ann, 280 Boyd, Betty Josephine, 113, 252 Boxington, Howard Paul, 161 Boyle, Jeanne Marie, 113, 156, 173, 246, 252, 290 Bradford, Bobbie Blain, 69 Bradford, Ellen Alida, 284 Bradley, James Alfred, 209, 326 Bradshaw, James Halbert, 326 Brady, Betty Clare, 114, 251, 276 Brammer, Leo Robert Jr., 214 Brandon, Ann, 58, 59, 62, 263, 265, 266, 296 Brandt, Charles Lawrence, 104, 324 Branflick, Robert Andrew, 87, 103, 236, 318 Branom, Wilma Jeanne, 113 Breclaw, Teresa Katherine, 58 Breer, Raymond, 314 Breetwor, Melvin, 69 Bren, Morienl, 237 Brennecke, Barbara Louise, 113, 274 Brereten, Donald Stuart, 87, 160, 260 Bresnahan, Mary Jane, 104 Bret, Eugene Albert, 267 Brians, William, 304 Bricker, Neal Sheldon, 103, 235, 316 Bridenbaugh, Mary Alice, 87, 284 Bridges, Jack E., 66, 87, 236, 245, 320 Bridges, Janice Harriet, 269 Bridges, Marilyn Jean, 294 Briggs, Chloe Joanne, 113 Brin, Leon S., 104, 316 Briscoe, Jane Price, 113, 292 Bristol, Beverly Mae, 114 Broadhurst, Henry Page, 114, 302 Brock, Harold Russell, 246 Brock, Homer Mascall, 236, 326 Broddy, Vauncille, 87 Brooks, Beverly Anne, 107, 243, 276 Brooks, Donna Mae, 252 Brooks, Lee Murphy, 104, 324 Broquet, Jacquline, 69, 154, 290 Broughton, Carol Jean, 155 Brower, Helen Jane, 104 Brown, Beverly B., 104, 261, 292 Brown, Brooks Olaus, 320 Brown, Dalton, 69, 237, 241, 264, 305 Brown, Ernest Leroy, 236 Brown, Frances M., 154, 173, 286 Brown, Joanne, 105, 154, 261, 286 Brown, Joseph Wesley, 114, 308 Brown, Juneva Katheryn, 55, 69, 169, 262, 263 Brown, Lois, 105 Brown, Mary Adelaide, 219, 254 Brown, Melainie Bilharz, 105, 240 Brown, Margaret (Peggy) Ann, 114, 154, 286 Brown, Miriam Ruth, 254 334 Brown, Onalee, 125 Brown, Rita Belle, 114 Brown, Rowland E., 69, 259, 308 Broyles, Thomas Mitchell, 191, 310 Brueggeman, Alva Herbert, Jr., 322 Brumback, Nancy Marjorie, 124, 276 Brunk, Merlyn Marie, 114 Buchler, Clifford Charles, 125 Buckman, Lorraine V., 257, 272 Buerger, Betty Nell, 257 Bull, James Arthur, 53, 61, 69, 174, 257, 268, 270 Bunnell, Sam D., 105, 310 Bunting, Mary Alice, 114, 155, 166, 280 Burgield, James A., 214, 237 Burgeson, Bonnye Jeane, 114, 240 Burgoin, Hope Lorraine, 102, 105, 154, 157, 247, 256, 282 Burnard, Louise, 263, 280 Burns, Barbara Nell, 294 Buroker, Leo Ray, 66, 70, 236, 259, 264, 324 Burrows, Patricia, 105 Burt, Jimmie June, 114, 276 Burton, Patricia Sue, 166 Bush, Ethyl Elaine, 114, 154, 156, 294 Bush, Katheryn Louise, 105, 243, 271, 298 Busselle, Patricia Joanne, 114, 166, 270, 276 Bussian, Robert Archie, 304 Butterfield, Vergenece, 105 Butto, Margaret Catherine, 157, 294 Bye, Doris L., 88 Cain, LcRoy Richard, 66, 238, 258, 259, 269, 322 Cairns, Norman Redford, 238, 326 Caldwell, Jacqueline Mae, 284 Caldwell, Marie Reed, 103 Caldwell, Shirley Lorene, 114 Callahan, Rosemary, 114 Calmes, Robert Edward, 236, 253 Cambor, Charles Glenn, 114, 310 Cameron, Gladys Dorothy, 276 Cameron, Hazel Marjorie, 261 Campbell, Donald Atwood, 85, 161, 299, 306 Campbell, Gordon Portin, 88, 236, 259, 264, 326 Campbell, Harley Marvin, 310 Canfield, Donald Herbert, 187 Cannon, Betty Anne, 240, 261 Capes, Montie Gretchen, 174, 284 Cardinal, Peggiroe, 243, 282 Carlin, Plamer W., 66, 236, 245, 258, 264, 269 Carlson, Barbara Jeanne, 114, 286 Carlson, Donna Rose, 102, 105, 284 Carlson, Edith Elaine, 103 Carlson, Bordon Edward, 114, 324 Carlson, Ruth Miriam, 254 Carlson, Warren Ore, 237 Carlton, Betty Jane, 103 Carpenter, Barbara Allen, 174 Carpenter, Grace Elliott, 88 Carpenter, James LeMoyne, 266, 312 Carpenter, Virginia Jane, 88, 296 Carrington, George Leonidas, 320 Carson, Beverly Beth, 88, 158, 274 Carson, Virginia Lee, 114 Carswell, Margaret Claire, 103, 261 Carswell, Mary Irene, 290 Carter, Charles Leroy, 114, 310 Carter, Marianna, 88, 157, 272, 290 Carter, Nancy Dean, 286 Cartwright, Cary Wilson, 252 Cartwright, James Burton, 306 Case, Cleo LaJune, 276, 298 Case, Elma Virginia, 114, 269 Case, LaJune, 88 Case, Richard Austin, 114, 318 Casey, Leo John, 251 Casey, Phyllis Jean, 155, 280 Cash, Thomas Ambrose, 314 Casper, Norma Jean, 88, 140, 265, 296 Catlett, Geraldine, 272 Catterson, Dana Jean, 114, 242, 269 Caranaugh, Gerald Paul, 304 Cebulski, Stanley Albert, 274 Challain, Leonard John, 88, 320 Chamberlain, Guy Cloyd, 114 Chamberhn, Mary Colctta, 103, 159, 282 Chambers, Mary Alice, 114, 155, 280 Chambers, Ray Herman, 206 Chan, Edythe Mae, 114, 159, 174, 252, 294 Chandler, Anita Lee, 103, 240, 276 Charlesworth, Ruth Eileen, 70, 166, 184, 248, 262 Chase, Mamie Verdie, 84, 102, 103, 174, 217, 272, 284 Chase, Robert Raymond, 70 Cheng, David Te-Chao, 257 Chew, Jack Ward, 114, 154, 240 Chikuma, John M., 268 Childers, Joseph MacKinzie, 215 Chipman, Robert Davis, 318 Chipman, Robert Davis 318 Christiansen, J. Jean, 114 Church, Barbara Jeanne, 114 Clare, Robert Harold, 70 Clark, Betty Jean, 88 Clark, Doris Eileen, 88, 252 Clark, Mary Jo, 261 Class, Marjorie Ann, 103, 286 Classen, Denneth George, 70, 234, 268 Clay, Robert Earl, 302 Cleland, Burton James, 88 Clement, Cynthia Stacey, 154 Cliff, Margaret Lorraine, 114 Cline, Thomas John, 154 Cloepfil, Lyle Eldridge, 125 Clough, Raymond IL, 103, 154, 156, 320 Coates, Jack Prciss, 114, 310 Cochran, Norbcrt Steele, 299 Coe, John Clark, 88, 252 Coffin, John Benjamin, 115, 158, 308 Coffin, Lucy, 240 Cohen, Albert, 125 Cohen, Joseph, 159 Cohen, Marion Lucille, 240 Cole, Agnes Marie, 252 Cole, Peggy Bernice, 235, 248, 254, 266 Coles, Jean, 280 Collins, Claire Aubrey, 102, 103, 158, 294 Collins, Dorothea A., 70, 261, 284 Collis, James Edward, 205, 320 Collopy, Jean Helen, 115, 284 Colson, Miriam Frances, 262 Comegys, Margaret J., 70, 280 Comer, Adrian, 57, 84, 102, 272, 294 Connelly, Mary Lou, 115, 157, 290 Connet, Donald Curtis, 216, 320 Conover, Lois Ann, 103 Cook, Herbert Victor, 51, 70, 155, 299, 316 Cook, Mary Hadyn, 113, 157, 290 Coolidge, Courtney, 261, 294 Coons, Mark Harding, 237, 241 Cooper, Albert Alan, 322 Cooper, Mary Jean, 58, 159, 174, 254, 270 Cooper, John William, 324 Cooper, Phyllis, 103, 261, 284 Coover, Charles Richard, 115, 308 Coover, JoAnn Ehlers, 115, 276 Corbin, William E., Jr., 215 Corbit, Sally Nannette, 115 Cordner, Weston Smith, 308 Corley, Lillian Erdene, 88 Gorman, Roger William, 88, 103, 154, 320 Corral, Jorge, 252 Correa, Anna, 174 Corsberg, John Raymond, 115, 31 Counce, Sheila Jean, 115 Coursen, Barbara Ann, 266 Covington, Chester Lee, 320, 322 Covington, Robert Edward, 237 Cowdin, Nova Eileen, 115 Cox, Carol Frances, 276 Cox, Marjorie Faye, 174, 254 Cox, R. C. Fitch, 252 Cox, Shirley Mae, 276 Cox, Thomas Eugene, 310 Coxhead, Marilyn Hope, 292 Crabb, David Wendell, 251, 308 Craddock, Betty Jane, 89, 284, 298 Crafts, Joan Louise, 115, 292 Craig, Donald Earl, 103, 105, 234, 310 Craig, Jack Lawrence, 89, 234, 320 Crail, Catherine Elizabeth, 89 Cramer, Robert Joseph, 89, 324 Cramer, Robert Kenneth, 101 Crary, Alice Joan, 247 Crawford, Betty Jean, 101, 284 Crawford, Doris May, 101 Creamer, George Louis, 125, 174 Creim, Donald Henry, 103, 236 Crocker, John Gilbert, 115, 302 Crockett, Anita Jane, 89, 287 Crockett, Marian Joy, 265, 286 Cronkhite, Paul W., 234 Cronkhite, Vern Eugene, 66, 259 Crosman, Margaret Lee, 256, 284 Cross, Marjorie Ann, 51, 70, 271, 292, 298 Cross, Virginia Lee, 292 Croswell, Irene, 89 Cubillas, Alberto, Jr., 252 Cullick, Isaac, 66, 70, 236, 245 Culpepper, Gideon Alston, 267 Cunningham, Jack Wiggins, 101, 234, 308 Currier, Phyllis Ann, 115, 36, 158, 280 Currigan, Nancy Edith, 292 Curry, Carolyn, 292 Curry, John Griffin, 322 Curtis, Elizabeth Mildred, 101 Cushing, Mary Louise, 101, 102, 158, 240, 251, 280 Cushman, Margaret Cornell, 102 D Daane, Kenneth Eugene, 115, 310 Dabbs, Sarah Elizabeth, 70, 265, 296 Dahl, Alice Ingrid, 115, 276 Dahlin, Joan, 294 Daily, Doll Ann, 173 Dain, Wendell Leonard, 89, 314 Daiss, Robert M., 326 Dalby, Gabriel Glen, 256, 304 Daly, Jo Anne Frances, 155, 161, 251 Dane, Wendell L., 314 Darr, James, Jr., 308 Davidson, David Gilbert, 326 Davidson, Milton Donald, 115, 193, 195, 197, 198, 199, 201, 203, 316 Davidson, Thomas Milton, 316 Davis, Archibald, John III, 101 Davis, Beverly Tyson, 115 Davis, Danna June, 166 Davis, Dorothy May, 138, 274 Davis, Eileen, 115, 157, 166, 274 Davis, Elizabeth Jean, 101 Davis, Jerold Lloyd, 70, 236, 253, 326 Davis, John Paul, 103, 253, 322 Davis, LeRoy Junior, 66, 237, 241 Davis, Lila Lee, 101 Davis, Martha Ann, 161 Davis, Sarah Lou, 271, 284 Day, Emmy Lou, 290 Dean, Marshall Eugene, 318 Dee, Edith, 280 Deering, Evelyn Lee, 254 Defler, Kathryn Mary, 248 DeGroote, Irwin Stanley, 161 DeLeon, Lydia, 252 Del Monico, Anthony, 320 Demand, Lyman Dana, 322 Demmon, Gloria Alten, 105, 158, 240, 252, 294 Densem, Douglas Gordon, 70, 238, 326 Dennis, Collen, 115, 276 DeTar, Gloria Ann, 132 Detweiler, Margaret E., 51, 53, 54, 56, 61, 67, 89, 174, 257, 292 Dever, Kathleen Shirley, 269 Devereux, Dorothy J., 89 Devitt, John Lawrence, 70, 236, 250 DeVol, David Lester, 267 De Wolf, James Franklin, 103 Dickerson, Ted Vance, 314 Dickey, Joe Ben, Jr., 188, 191, 310 Dickanson, Sheila Lee, 240, 246, 247, 286 Dick, Betty Jean, 105, 284 Dickman, Mary Patricia, 89, 276 Dicckman, Cecil Annabelle, 115 DiLisio, Christine, 115, 217 Dilley, Myra Jean McCarthy, 89, 284 Dillow, Nellie Jeanne, 57, 106, 174, 272, 276 Dimes, Josephine Kathleen, 89, 102, 154, 290 Dinner, Melvin, 115, 157, 316 Dinner, Shirley, 115, 158, 252, 288 Dittman, Shirley, 235, 242 Diver, Joan, 284 Dixon, Erica Helen, 115, 280 Doak, Robert, 237, 246 Dobbins, G., 242 Dobbins, Mrs. S., 242 Dobos, John Emerie, 302 Dodges, Nattalie Ruvern, 115 335 Dods, Lou King, 318 Dolan, George Burnard, 202, 306 Dolder, Frederick Paul, 240 Dole, Dorothy Ann, 251 Doll, Dorothy, 115 Dollon, E., 242 Donaldson, George Howard, 236 Donley, Mary Alice, 296 Donovan, Patricia Margaret, 155, 251, 284 Doolen, Mary Ann (Polly), 115, 290 Dorking, Kenneth Leslie, 89 Dorough, Joseph Henry, 209, 306 Dosh, Charles Michael, 125, 267 Doty, George Eduard, 70, 236, 245 Douden, Catherine, 55, 89, 154, 294 Doughty, Freda Jane, 89, 284 Doughty, Martha Ethel, 261 Dowling, Norma, 71 Doyle, Estelle Marie, 115, 166, 274 Drake, Theodore, 174 Draseth, George, 90 Dreier, Wayne A., 71 Drennen, Elizabeth White, 292 Drexel, Mary Edith, 269 Drexel, Myrtle Mae, 102 Drinkhard, Margaret Ann, 71, 286 Driscoll, Mary Elizabeth, 106, 286 Drummond, Ray Francis, 312 Dryden, Sheila Iris, 115, 155, 290 Dukas, Varta, 106, 156 Dukes, Gretchen, 106, 286 Dumm, Laura Jane, 261, 294 Dunbar, William Russell, 90, 103, 236, 245, 318 Duncan, Robert Louis, 58, 106, 268 Duncanson, Fred Lee, 90, 310 Dunlap, Dorothy, 282 Dunn, Donna Marie, 106, 272, 276 Dunn, Helen Louise, 106, 115, 155 Dunn, Leslie William, 90, 314 Dunn, Louis Edwin, 174 Durkee, Harriet, 115 Durr, Dorothy Jean, 71, 263, 282 Durrance, Ada May, 240 Duthie, Alastair Milne, 302 Duvall, Alvin Dean, 71, 236, 306 Dykstra, Lemar A., 71 E Eakins, R. Marion, 113 Easley, Marcelle Marie, 240, 247, 282 Eastin, Irene Marie, 239, 296 Easton, Shirley Annette, 113 Eccker, Paul Leroy, 113 Echbug, Marion, 90 Echternach, Marguerite B., 71, 154, 280 Echternach, Virginia Maurine, 274 Eck, John William, 274 Eckenbeck, Suzette, 115, 240 Ecklund, William, Jr., 324 Eddington, Roy David, 71, 268 Eddy, Barbara Ann, 240, 290 Eddy, C. Louella, 106, 284 Edmondson, Harriet Ruth, 57, 102, 247, 265, 296 Edmondson, Mildred Anna, 166, 263, 265, 266, 296 Edwards, Donald Vance, 66, 71, 259, 308 Edwards, Ruth Alice, 261 Egger, Homer Edward, 103, 106, 310 Eggert, Emil Hartung, 71, 236 Ehnbom, Mary Fredrique, 57, 71, 247, 251, 260 Ecberg, (Harriet) Pauline, 106 Ekrem, Richard Thomas, 312 Eldridge, Dorothea Hclene, 90 Eldridge, Robert Glen, 324 Elftman, John Eugene, 169 Ellefson, 196, 197, 198, 200, 202 Ellingson, Harold Grant, 237 Elliott, Virginia Whitlock, 155, 280 Embree, Nancy Nell, 90 Emery, Carol Lea, 90, 247, 261, 286 Emery, Jaynn M., 106 Emery, John Kenneth, 174 Emmett, Persis Ruth, 51, 54, 67, 71, 132, 239, 282 Emmons, John B., 274 Enevoldscn, Charlotte Margaret, 90, 166 Enewold, Lee Roy, 90, 237, 274 Engle, Faith Claire, 106, 292 Engle, Howard Walter, 324 Epeneter, Lucyanne, 116, 155 Erickson, Evelyn Ann, 106 Erickson, Keith Joseph, 90 Erlandson, Shirley Evelyn, 116, 240 Eroddy, Donna Jane, 116, 155, 240, 284 Ervin, Dwain Thurston, 267 Evans, Anna Mae, 116, 276 Evans, Don Francis, 312 Evans, Donald Wilbur, 186, 187, 190, 201, 306 Evans, Lewy Jr., 236, 308 Evans, Robert Edward, 308 Evans, Winifred Louise, 58, 90, 174, 254, 270 Evers, Patricia Anne, 240, 276 Fabling, John Stanley, 71, 85, 187, 189 Faden, Charline, Katherine, 261 Fairfax, Walter Albert, 161, 310 Falkenberg, William Stevens, 154, 306 Fankell, Ruth Winifred, 71 Farabaugh, Leonard Joseph, 322 Farenback, John, 310 Parley, Donna May, 116, 251 Paris, Patricia Elaine, 71, 154, 282 Farley, Mary Marcia, 155, 158, 294 Farmer, Dorothy Mae, 90 Parney, Marjorie Elaine, 106 Parnham, Harry, 306 Farrand, Don Veylerd, 302 Farrand, Janet, 102, 162, 184, 260, 290 Fashbaugh, Frances E., 107, 266 Fehrenbach, Jack Louis, 116 Feinberg, Ruth Ann, 116, 240 Feenstein, Erwin, 72, 174 Feist, Arthur Edwin, 116 Fellows, Rowland Charles, 308 Fenger, Barbara, 158 Fereday, Joy Elaine, 106, 274, 276 Ferguson, Jermyra Dwight, 267 Ferguson, Ruby May, 116 Fidiland, Jane, 240 Fields, Frances Elizabeth, 154 Fekany, Edward Joseph, 237 Fellenberg, Raymond Rienhold, 72, 236, 245 Finch, Vera Mae, 239 Fincher, Marva Jo, 290 Finger, Dorothy, 90 Finger, Dorothy L., 292 Finesilver, Sherman, 316 Finley, Lawrence, 206 Finnell, Norman Robert, 267 Finney, Jean Sylvia, 91, 282 Fish, Kathryn, 254 Fishel, Jeanne, 72, 294 Fitzgerald, Patti Jean, 280 Flanagan, Pat, 159 Flanagan, Shirley Ann, 106, 251, 274 Flatt, Marian Ellen, 270 Flatt, Marian E., 116 Fleischman, Travis Gene, 236, 306 Fleming, Elizabeth Stodgehill, 294 Fletcher, Jane Catherine, 284 Fletcher, John L., 238, 270 Fletcher, Louise Moley, 259 Fletcher, Ruth Jessie, 106, 280 Flodin, Margery Harriet, 290 Foellmer, Donna Rae, 106 Foote, M., 242 Fountain, Patricia, 276 Fok, Yo Yum, 242 Folsom, Hugh Allen, 106, 318 Foot, Matiam Jean, 261, 276 Ford, Elizabeth May, lib Ford, Kenneth Joseph, 326 Fordham, Audrey Ellen, 282 Foreman, Madge M., 72, 239 Forister, Lorraine Elizabeth, 91 Forister, Virginia Annette, 11 Forsberg, Bonnie Jane, 116, 154 Forsman, Bettie Louise, 106 Foster, Doris Virginia, 72 Foster, Frances Nadine, 169 Foster, Helen Laurene, 239 Foster. John Robert, 91 Foster, Nadine, 262, 263 Fotopoulds, Constantina Paul, 116, 174 Fountain, Patricia Lou, 116 Fowler, Hugh Charles, 161 Fox, Edward James, 66, 91, 251, 253 Fox, Francis Marion, Jr., 72, 161, 308 Fox, Ruth Inabu, 257 Francis, Mathcw Louis, 267 Franklin, William Riley, 106, 158, 312 Franson, Carl Emil, Jr., 326 Franson, Karl David, 66 Frazier, David Milton, 268 Freed, Kathryn Louise, 125 Freeman, Carolyn Ann, 84, 102, 106, 156, 280 Freeman, Clair Edward, Jr., 161, 322 Freeman, Dorothy, U6. 240, 296 Freeman, Ina Patricia, 116 Freeman, La Verne, 125 Frenz, Dorothy Anges, 106 Fridlund, Richard D., 235 Frudman, Leslie, 174 Frisbie, Chauncey, 132 Frisbie, Cleo, 106, 284 Frisbie, Giorgianna, 116, 280 Fretz, Williams, 116 Frosheiser, Katherine, 116 Frye, Jean, 271, 274 Fry, Samuel Latham, 267 Fuerst, Charles, 306 Fujii, Robert Itsuro, 246, 269 Fulton, Ruth Marie, 166, 280 Funk, James R., 312 Funk, Louise, 91, 246 Furbeck, Virginia, 106, 261, 282 Purukawa, Elsie Sersuko, 106, 242 Gabardi, Theo, 116 Gambill, Forest Clinton, 250 Gamble, Laura Catharine, 239 Gantz, Everett Ellis, Jr., 238 Garberick, Norma Sue, 116, 261 Gardner, Elaine Marie, 106 Gardner, Maurice Hyde, 53, 237, 299 Garnet, E, Jeanette, 116 Garratt, Phyllis Lindholm, 290 Garrett, Glenys Jean, 158 Garrison, Patricia Gay, 72, 280 Garvin, Alvah Belle, 106, 155, 240 Garvin, Betty Bert, 280 Gasser, Suzanne, 57, 63, 84, 102, 156, 216, 271, 280 Gates, Margaret Edna, 254 Gates, Priscilla A., 116 Gathman, Eila Fern, 116, 276 Gavagan, Mary Alice, 251, 265 Giddes, Gloria, 159, 280 George, Clifford Henry, 237, 320 Gerard, Hortense Jane, 102, 106, 284 Gcrke, Richard Carl, 237 Gerlach) Donald Rudolph, 106, 267, 302 Gerlach, Patricia, 91, 102, 158 Giannini, John Leo, 53, 60, 72, 85, 238, 251, 259 Giarratan, Pauline Bonnie, 266 Gibbs, John Wesley, 51, 53, 61, 85, 237, 304 Gibby, Noel John, 254 Gibson, John Greenwood, 306 Giertz, Barbara Ann, 116 Gilmore, Helen, 261 Gilhams, Jane Ann, 57, 106, 272, 290 Gilhams, Jean Nan, 290 Gillespie, Charles Morton, 267 Gilliand, Shirley Jane, 116, 154, 155, 282 Gilmore, Keith, 103, 318 Gilmour, Helen Doris, 72, 292 Ginsberg, Norman Joseph, 106 Girard, Ann, 274 Girard, Phil Garret, Jr., 267, 302 Gist, Helen Louise, 91 Gjertson, Marjorie Gertrude, 116 Glanville, Patsy Ruth, 116, 286 Glaser, Patricia Harriett, 254 Gnadinger, John Franci, 91, 15 6, 324 Goff, Darlene Elizabeth, 91 Good, Ann Elizabeth, 116, 166 Goodwin, Joe B., 116, 125, 324 Goody, Walter Marsh, 310 Goodykoontz, Anna Louise, 91 Googe, Mary Carolyn, 261 Gorden, Stephen Arthur, 103, 316 Gordon, Harriet Elizabeth, 102, 166, 292 Gordon, Marjorie Louise, 166 Gore, Isabel Alice, 116 Gore, Rebecca, 55, 72, 248 Gorsuch, Jacqueline Ruth, 220, 240 Gorthy, Ann Daurene, 106, 247, 278 Gotsch, Curtis Clarence, 324 Gotseff, Dick S., 116 Graf, Patricia Eleanor, 106, 155, 284 Grafe, Helen, 154, 166, 282 Graham, Patricia Ann, 116 Graham, Ellin M., 91, 286 Graham, Helen Jeanne, 284 Grant, Seymour, 235 336 Graves, Barbara Harriett, 56, 67, 84, 166, 272, 297 Gray, Donald Grain, 322 Green, Addison Bennett, Jr., 107, 125 Green, Arthur E., 267 Green, Gwendolyn Edith, 280 Green, Jo Anne Parker, 116, 274 Green, Mary Ann, 294 Greenhalgh, Shirley Ann, 155 Greeno, Dorothy Jane, 72, 132, 265, 282 Greenwell, Loma Irene, 137, 292 Greer, Mary Irene, 117 Gregg, Muriel Ottilie, 117 Greger, Leonard Robert, 72 Gregory, Evelyn Mae, 72 Gregory, Janice Marie, 117 Gremmels, Kathryn Ruth, 91, 155, 274 Grey, Dorothy Louise, 72, 174, 276 Griffis, Betty, 55 Griffith, Constance Amelie, 280 Griffith, Mary Jane, 91, 220, 240, 271, 292 Griffiths, Martha Ann, 132, 239, 290 Griffiths, Patricia, 252 Grills, Alice Louise, 107, 286 Grills, Mary Ann, 156, 286 Grimes, Ruth Eleanor, 269 Grimm, Danny, 117, 280 Grimm, Robert Louis, 236, 245, 250 Grimsby, Alvin Ernest, 236 Griswold, Emada, 166 Gritzfeld, Esther Jean, 117 Grooms, Phyllis Viola, 58, 102, 174 Grosh, Donald Sheldon, 85, 92, 205, 238, 299 Grote, Ruth Amelia, 107 Grubbs, William Elliott, 53, 63, 73, 174, 267 Gruber, Kenneth Carl, 66, 73, 238, 259, 320 Grund, Walter James, 302 Grunon, D., 159 Guerin, John Joseph, 174 Guise, Irene Kathleen, 92, 290 Gustafson, Harry Albin, 238 H Hackett, Raymond Patrick, 215 Hadley, Lowell Elbert, 66, 236, 245, 253, 264, 270, 326 Hagan, Ruth Alice, 102, 107, 274 Hagans, Aileen Mae, 117 Hagen, James Franklin, 117 Hagen, Katherine Bennett, 286 Haines, Mark John, 73, 267 Hall, David C, 302 Hall, David Lloyd, 73, 85, 159 Hall, Marjorie Helen, 271, 280 Hall, Margaret Elizabeth, 117, 156, 261, 280 Hall, Ruth Gertrude, 92 Hall, Winfield Philo, 308 Halliwell, Joan Carrol, 276 Hammcl, Kenneth Wesley, 159, 269 Handley, Marion, 292 Handy, Esther Bye, 239 Hansen, Marilou, 117 Hansen, Richard Blynn, 161 Hanson, Gayle E., 107 Hanson, Ida Beth, 117 Hanwell, Geraldine May, 117 Harbison, Dona Roberta, 156, 174, 261 Hardeman, Hunter Dumas, 125 Hardy, Dale Walter, 190, 191, 312 Harkin, James Patrick, 103, 107, 235, 254, 258, 308 Harkrader, Helen Louise, 117, 254 Harl, Suzanne Louise, 73, 292, 298 Harlan, Anne Meredith, 174, 257 Harms, Adrienne A., 107, 159 Harp, Colleen Emile, 117 Harrison, Ben Theodore, 238 Harrison, William Carman, 73, 326 Hart, Betty Jean, 107 Hart, Florence Elizabeth, 92, 166, 237, 267, 290 Hart, Marilyn Louise, 117 Hart, Richard Olson, 304 Harvey, Joan Catherine, 276 Harvey, Stewart Clyde, 174 Haskins, Betty Anne, 154, 244 Hastings, Virginia Lee, 117, 286 Hatasaka, Edith Michiko, 242 Hatfield, Audrey Jeanne, 117 Hattrick, Elizabeth Ann, 73, 292 Haughton, Shirley, 18 Havasy, Edward Stephen, 205, 274 Haverty, John Patrick, 154, 320 Hawes, Gerda, 261 Hawkins, Martha Jean, 117, 156, 159, 166, 265 Hawkinson, Mary L., 73, 292 Hawkinson, Patricia, 117, 254 Hayes, Margaret Ann, 55, 92, 276 Hayes, Ruth Ann, 84, 92, 102, 154, 156, 174, 240, 284 Hayward, Lura, 73, 166, 271, 280, 298 Heckendorn, John William, 236, 269 Heckler, John Charles, 324 Hedges, Robert Hale, 59, 117 Heffner, Alyce Jean, 117, 156, 158 Hcflin, William Harrison, 103, 314 Heidenreich, Paul, Jr., 320 Heinly, Wilberta S., 92, 286 Heller, Eugene, 73, 235 Henderson, David Allen, 302 Henderson, Emily Jean, 117, 254 Hendrickson, Melvin Clarence, Jr., 314 Henle, Carmen Irene, 263, 276 Henley, Mary Eileen, 107, 252, 269 Hcppe, William Charles, 322 Heppting, George Thomas, 235, 254 Hepworth, Richard Thomas, 92, 310 Herald, Helen Margaret, 117, 261, 274 Herigstad, Ellamae, 117, 284 Herman, Shelia, 280 Herman, Ethel Elaine, 107 Hermann, Richard E., 117, 235 Herrick, Elaine lone, 117, 156, 159 Herring, Betty J., 73, 244, 296 Herring, Jacqueline Joyce, 73, 276 Herron, Edgar Allison, 205 Hershfeld, George, 268 Herz, Werner, 242 Hess, Dorothy Mae, 73, 280 Heuschkel, Margaret Louise, 117 Hickernell, Dorothy Ruth, 107, 254 Hickle, James Charles, 107, 274 Hickman, Lou Alice, 92, 102, 173, 272, 294 Hicks, Ronald Dale, 236, 245, 282 Hicks, T. J., 268 Hidaka, Minnie, 117 Higby, Charles Sebastian, 205 Hill, Harlyn Ue, 308 Hill, James Donald, 304 Hill, Margaret Elizabeth, 57, 84, 102, 107, 156, 282 Hillner, Gretchin, 174 Hilton, Virginia Lou, 74, 294, 298 Hine, Eugene Edgar, 268 Hines, Richard, 74 Hines, Richard Stanley, 318 Hinson, Betty Beatrice Jacqueline, 242 Hirsch, Ida Elizabeth, 117 Hirschfeld, Barbara Jean, 288 Hirschfeld, George, 51, 53, 58, 63, 103, 107 Hoard, James John, 322 Hobbs, Sebern Elett, 274 Hobbs, William Ray, 204, 267, 320 Hobson, Caroline Davies, 107 Hofhcinz, Martin Christian, 205, 324 Hoffmeister, Charles Wayne, 117, 308 Hogaboom, Anne Louise, 117, 290 Holcomb, Hubert Glenn, 92 Holdeman, Mary Margaret, 107 Holden, Mary B., 276 Holm, LaVern Harriet, 57, 107, 247, 276 Holman, Willis Leonard, 320 Holmes, Robert Elmer, 236, 245 Holmes, Harleigh, 304 Holmes, Shirley Ann, 92 Holscher, Ann Frances, 117 Holt, Ruth Eloise, 92 Holtz, Betty Lou, 92 Holtzman, Nancy Catherine, 102, 158, 261, 294 Hooks, Patrick Francis, 251 Hoopes, Edgar Malin, 302 Hopkins, Claude Ninelle, 117, 154, 261, 276 Hopkinson, Shirley Lois, 252 Hoppc, Wilbur Sanders, 107, 320 Horton, Joyce Elizabeth, 284 Horwitz, Irwin Joseph, 117, 316 Houghton, Leota, 92 Houghton, Shirley, 107 House, Howard Allen, 74, 236, 274 House, Margaret Jeanne, 107, 166, 274 Houston, Bobbie Jane, 158 Houston, Charles Oscar, 269 Howard, Clarissa, 246 Howard, Jane, 92, 156, 286 Howard, Lee Elard, 267 Howe, Raymond Fredrick, 160 Howell, Ada Beth, 93, 280, 298 Howie, Helen Naomi, 246 Hoy, Hugh Alexander, 161, 310 Hoyt, Harry Charles, 234 Hubbard, Herbert Blood, 66, 74, 160, 258, 259, 264, 238 Hubman, Virginia Lee, 286 Hudson, Mac Beth, 107 Hudspeth, Katherine Clara, 107 Hudspeth, Virginia Josephine, 117 Huffman, Betty Louise, 117 Huggins, Martha Lou, 118, 154, 156, 282 Hughes, George Alfred, 302 Hughes, Mary Elizabeth, 158, 260, 294 Huhn, Mardell Frances, 118, 276 Hungerford, Barbara, 102, 107, 174, 276 Hungerford, John McCallum, 93, 302 Hunt, George William, 93, 240, 274 Hunter, Gloria Winifred, 74, 276 Hunter, Robert Kent, 237, 302 Hunter, Virginia Phyllis, 118 Hurner, James Edward, 238, 326 Hussa, John Oscar, 161, 310 Hutchinson, Barbara, 118, 166, 155 Huttner, Leland, 156, 316 Hyde, Joan, 118, 284 Hylan, Anne, 84, 102, 107, 155, 173, 240, 265, 272, 294 Hylan, Ellen Rice, 118, 155, 158, 174, 294 Inge, Lee Ola, 248 Ingraham, Winifred Ely, 58, 59, 93, 272 Inman, Joan Frances, 118, 270 Ireland, Roger Gordon, 312 Irish, Everett Roland, 53, 61, 66 234, 264, 268 Irwin, Robert Manley, 306 Isaac, Helen Marie, 118, 243 Israel, Alan Vernon, 93 Israel, Carol D., 118 Iwata, Masae Charlotte, 93 Jackson, Bessie Mae, 1 18, 276 Jackson, Dwain Thomas, 205, 242 Jackson, Paul, 324 Jackson, Patsy Alberta, 77, 276 Jacobs, Imogene, 93 Jacobsen, Bob, 107, 302 Jacobson, Mary Katherine, 118, 280 Jacobson, Ruth Marianne, 107, 280 Jacques, (Mary) Esther, 118, 254 Jacquin, Mary Louise, 107 James, Eleanore Ann, 107, 166, 290 James, Mary Pat, 74, 155, 244 Jeffrey, Otis Matthew, 310 Jeffords, Mary Jessica, 155, 294 Jeffries, Mathew, 161 Jessen, Carolyn Ruth, 118, 252 Jessup, Barbara Jeanne, 282 Jinora, Robert Ray, 93, 205 Joffee, Patricia Louise, 118, 156, 240, 290 Johl, Millie, 155 Johnson, Barbara Ann, 235 Johnson, Carl Eli, 324 Johnson, Charlotte Leona, 58, 102, 107, 205, 296 Johnson, Edward Sumner, 235, 254, 304 Johnson, Gail Stanley, 155, 261, 294 Johnson, Glenn Hayes, Jr., 260 Johnson, Herbert Earl, 51 Johnson, Jean, 284 Johnson, Joan Marie, 154, 286 Johnson, Lucille Helen, 118, 276 Johnson, Marguerite Corrine, 107, 276 Johnson, Martha Peyton, 107 Johnson, Mary Alice, 74, 280 337 Johnson, " Mary Louise, 93, 261, 286 Johnson, Narice Ilene, 284 Johnson, O. Marjorie, 118 Johnson, Oliver Warren, 118 Johnson, Patricia Ann, 118 Johnson, Thaddeus Carroll, 324 Johnson, William Nevison, 107, 324 Johnston, Edwin Stuart, 74 Johnston, George-Ann, 286 Johnston, Marilyn, 244 Johnston, Nina Marie, 107, 156, 265, 296 Johnston, Richard Edward, 238 Johnston, Stuarte, 326 Jones, Charlie Marie, 102, 107, 247, 282 Jones, Elaine Edith, 242 Jones, George Richard, 93, 160 Jones, George Wallace, 107 Jones, Barbara, 286 Jones, Margery Lou, 118, 174 Jones, Mary Olive, 118 Jones, Virginia Kay, 276 Jones, Willard Earl, 161, 302 Jordan, Marjorie, 174 Jordan, Stuart Creighton, 253 Jorgensen, Glen Richard, 1 16, 198, 318 Juhl, Mildred Mariel, 118 Juhre, MilegeLana, 276 K Kabell, Kathryn May, 254 Kain, Lois Jean, 118, 276 Kaplan, Lillian, 242 Kaplan, Sylvan, 74, 316 Karlson, Wesley Lawrence, 318 Kasai, Ryo, 242 Kassowitz, Anna Verena, 246 Katagiri, Emi, 242 Kawamura, Katherine Tomoko, 242 Kaylor, Kenneth Kay, 118, 205 Kearns, Annette Blackburn, 58, 84, 102, 108, 174, 260 Keirnes, Patricia Lucille, 93 Kelly, Clark Andrew, 254 Kelly, Dennis Hughes, 108, 310 Kelly, John Andrew, 93, 310 Kelly, Marilyn Dell, 108, 290 Kelso, Margaret Jean, 254 Kemp, Sandy, 286 Kemp, Martha Welch, 108, 276 Kemper, Shirley Marie, 286 Kempton, Janyce Yvonne, 93 Kendall, Marion Lois, 118, 240 Kennedy, Claire Elizabeth, 108 Kentigh, Allen, 318 Kenworthy, Cecil Dean, 324 Keyes, Priscilla Estelle, 155, 280 Kieffer, Lowell Martin, 125, 308 Kiernes, Patricia, 274 Kikel, Matthew John, 125 Killey, Mary Beth, 280 Kilpatrick, Douglas Stanley, 267, 310 Kilzer, John Lewis, 118, 310 Kimes, Lucas James, 66, 238, 259 Kincade, Richard Wood, 156, 161, 310 Kincaide, Marjorie Bernice, 54, 55, 57, 61, 67, 74, 256 Kiner, Donna Dee, 108 King, Donald Dietrich, 74, 85, 299, 322 King, Marion Lucille, 54, 56, 67, 84, 93, 282, 298 King, Marjorie Ethelyn, 254 King, Nancy Jane, 217, 294 Kingdom, Bette Frances, 108, 284 Kipps, Harry James, 161 Kirley, Fayne Ina, 77 Kissock, Edith Irene, 51 Kirkberg, Bonnie Marie, 118 Kirkwood, Shirley Jo, 118 Kistle, Ethel Georgia, 74 Kistler, Mary Ellen, 108 Kitagawa, Kaya Ruth, 242, 272 Kitagawa, Masa, 242 Kitchen, Pollyann, 174 Kite, Doris Diane, 93 Kjellstrom, Janet Ann, 108 Klapper, Judi, 288 Klaver, Abraham Lincoln, 94, 155, 316 Klein, Vernon Joseph, 308 Klemme, Hedwig Eleise, 75 Kliewer, Harriet Mae, 118 Klingelhoffer, Calvin Louis, 161, 302 Kling, Carol Barbara, 294 Knap, James Eli, 118, 320 Knickerbocker, Hugh Irwin, 237 Kniegh, Mary, 110 Knievel, Kenneth Dale, 206, 312 Knight, Lawrence Thomas, Jr., 250 Knittle, Joseph William, 268 Knoeber, George, 94, 237, 241 Koch, Wanda Elizabeth, 118, 261, 280 Koelbcl, Walter Alfred, 94, 312 Kolb, Robert Herrick, 268 Koll, Jane Helen, 251 Koontz, John Orville, 253 Koonts, Margaret Ann, 84, 102 Kracha, Frances Jean, 174 Kragh, Jane, 94, 272 Kratz, Dorothy Jean, 108 Kress, Roger J. P., 174, 267 Krier, Shirley Elaine, 156, 166, 284 Krim, Bette Ann, 108, 288 Krueger, Ann, 118, 276 Krueger, Otto, 161 Kruidenier, Sue Cowles, 286 Krusemark, Fred Donald, 306 Kuh, Louis Morton, 238, 250, 259, 268 Kusulas, Sue Edna, 118 Kyes, Dorothy Jean, 108, 156 Kyle, James William, 308 L Lacy, Elizabeth Louise, 55 Ladegard, Jane Wilma, 119 Ladd, Jennette Louise, 118 Lambrecht, Maxine Idelle, 108 Lane, Dorothy Jane, 119, 240 Lang, Joanne Chloe, 102, 156, 243, 290 Lang, Roy Bradley, 236, 253, 314 Langenberg, B. Rae, 75 Langill, Norma Jane, 94 Lanier, Sidney Joseph, 237 Lannert, Elizabeth Ann, 282 Larkin, James Lee, 259 Larsen, Dorothy May, 247, 265, 296 Larsen, Leanatd Eastwood, 312 Larson, Eunice Marie, 75, 292 Larson, Melvin Gilbert, 320 LaRue, Lois Lee, 274 Larwill, Susan Dora, 57 Lascelles, Mary Anne, 75, 292 Laseter, M. Jeanne, 119 Laurence, Oakley Ballard, 234 Lautenbach, Charles John, 15 Lautman, Lester Gventher, 94, 274 Laws, Ruth, 263, 276 Lawson, Donald Roy, 294 Lazorchick, William, 299, 308 Lazzarini, Richard Frank, 251 Leaf, Marjorie Ann, 102, 261, 271, 274 LeBaron, John Edward, 161, 308 Ledbetter, Loy W., 94, 103, 250, 312 Lee, Beverly Jean, 108, 294 Lee, Gim Sucy, 242 Lee, Harry L., 94, 237, 241, 320 Ue, Ira D., 169, 250 Lee, Nancy, 119, 155, 292 Lee, Phyllis, 97, 154, 286 Leanord, William, 274 Leekly, Catherine, 119 Leftwich, Alice Ann, 75, 239, 292 Lehman, Lois Elaine, 75, 282, 298 Leight, Harold Charles, 103, 108, 235, 216 Lenzini, Alex Sandy, 310 Leonard, Margaurite Emilie, 119, 274 Leonard, Richard Clayton, 237, 310 Leonard, Whipple Fcrne, 262, 296, 265 Leonard, William Kendall, 108, 263 LeRoux, Gene Francis, 306 Leroy, Elaine Marie, 108, 155, 166, 286 Lesher, Edith Jane, 119 Levin, Eugene, 58 Levis, Sidney Theodore, 119, 316 Leroe, Shirley Marie, 108, 284, 298 Levy, Norman Harvey, 103, 316 Lewis, George Bennette, 235, 253, 312 Lewis, Marilyn Louise, 51, 298 Lewis, Rosemary Ann, 119 Li, I. Y., 242 Liebenson, Dorothy Lussin, 243 Lieberknecht, Eleanor Frances, 119 Lifshutz, Harold Allan, 119, 316 Lightburn, David Keith, 268 Lighthall, Lois E., 94, 102 Lill, Jeanne Lucille, 94, 294 Lillengren, Joan, 102, 154, 156, 261, 286 Lindberg, Jerome Leon, 108, 259, 306 Lindberg, Patsy Ann, 290 Lindsey, Iva Annelle, 119, 173, 294 Lindstrom, Eleanor Inga, 244 Linendoll, Mary Isabelle, 53, 56, 108, 284 Ling, Sarah Anne, 94, 247, 266 Linger, Betty, 156, 235, 284 Link, Eleanor Marie, 155 Link, Sally, 102, 290 Linke, Dorothy Jean, 119, Lisco, Richard Keith, 85, 94, 185, 191, 192, 237 Livingston, Jo Ann, 119 Livingston, Sally Burr, 119, 240, 286 Loche, Mimi, 119, 284 Lohmann, Joan Martha, 57 Loizeaux, Lois, 119 Lomas, Louise F., 73, 286, 298 Long, Barbara Ann, 119 Long, Betty Ruth, 246 Long, Gene Malan, 119 Long, La Verne Ida, 119, 276 Long, Mary Donna, 284 Look, Robert Glenn, 173, 237, 310 Looper, Joseph Henry, 94, 173, 237, 241, 264, 322 Loper, Barbara Ellen, 108 Loper, Robert Bruce, 162, 235, 254 Lorenz, Elsie Irene, 119 Lotz, Joanne Ethel, 119 Lourie, Annie, 108, 240, 286 Love, Deborah Anne, 119, 156, 158, 159, 294 Love, Martha Jane, 240, 284 Lorgren, Ellen Jane, 240 Lovret, Edwin Clinton, 94, 314 Lowe, Rosalie Jean, 119, 154, 158, 292 Lundblade, Helen La Verne, 108, 276 Lundin, Hohn Milton, 161, 326 Lunn, Evelyn Irene, 51, 57, 58, 67, 75, 235, 248 Lynch, Mary Kay, 274 Lynch, Particia Clare, 75 Ly«ch, Rita Elaine, 119, 276 Lyon, Marie M., 119 Mc McAlpine, Lois, 292 Mc Arthur, Robert Ray, 109, 268 McAvinew, Rita Ann, 251 McCabe, June, 155 McCabe, Marilyn S., 102, 109, 157, 292 McCabe, Priscilla Bradford, 120, 155, 292 McCammon, Robert Franklin, 76, 238, 259, 312 McCarthy, Barbara L., 120, 157 McCauley, Eileen, 76 McCauIey, Mary Maxine, 154, 282 McCaw, Anne, 76, 247, 282 McCIain, Marvin Robert, 103 McClatchy, Judith Barbara, 120 McCIintoch, Barbara Louise, 257 McClurg, M. Claire, 109 McCluskey, Jim, 120, 174 McConaty, Joseph Paul, 267, 304 McCoy, James Richard, 158, 236, 245 McCoy, Margaret Louise, 199, 276 McCoy, Richard J., 326 McCracken, Emma Jo, 263 McCreery, Mary Elizabeth, 120, 280 McCubbin, Clint Merwin, 326 McCurdy, Davis Wilson, 270 McDamott, 251 McDonald, Marilon, 276 McDonald, William Elbert, 120, 274 McDougal, Erma Marie, 120 McElin, Joan M., 260 McEwan, Joan Brownell, 120, 240 McFarlane, Hugh Bruce, 246 McFeron, Dean E., 66, 76, 238, 259, 264 McGee, Betty Ruth, 76 McGonagill, Betty Mae, 95, 256 McGrath, Betty Ann, 261 McFeron, Dean E. 66, 326 Mclntyre, Geraldine, 95, 276 McKeever, Betty Louise, 154, 282 McKenzie, Robert, 314 McKenzie, William Warren, 109 310 McKerlie, Judith Helen A., 109 McKimm, Barbara, 154, 294 McKinnie, Marguerite, 109, 276 McKinnon, John W., 76, 206, 312 McKinnon, Robert Ford, 234 McLaughlin, Wendell Lloyd, 76, 160 McLaughlin, Charles Elmer, 237 McLeod, Wilma, 246, 247, 269, 271 338 McMahon, Charles Albert, 237 McMahon, Patsy Ann, 102, 109, 157, 290 McMillan, Daniel Paul, 251 McMillen, Billie Louise, 120 McMillin, James Myron, 206 McNair, F., 242 McPhail, Harriet, 157, 290 McPhail, Margaret Lois, 120 McPhcrson, Robert Scott, 238 M Maynard, Jeanne Marie, 108, 261 Mays, Lochard, 261 Mazzone, Annette May, 157, 159, 274 Mcader, June, 109, 240, 247 Meadows, Barbara Jay, 95, 158, 174, 247 Medrano, A. 242 Meece, James C, 236 Megi, Don, 174 Mellicker, Murray, 267, 316 Mengc, James, 308 Mercer, Arlene May, 252, 254 Mercer, Blaine Eugene, 53, 174, 252, 267 Merchant, Ardis Maurine, 95 Meyer, Joan, 286 Meyers, Virginia, 218, 298 Michael, Richard Lloyd, 324 Michael, Robert Kern, 109, 205, 302 Mickle, Bettie L, Lomar, 120, 155 Middlemiss, K. 242 Middleton, Katherine Ann, 95, 240 Midrano, Ariel, 257 Miera, Lohta, 76, 256, 257 Mikkelsen, Jess Gordon, 318 Milder, Myron Harry, 120 Miles, Bert, 308 Miller, Alan Dean, 120, 205 Miller, Benjamin, 132, 267, 316 Miller, Gerald, 95, 103, 235, 280, 316 Miller, Jim, 66, 76, 159, 160, 295 Miller, Joan Jane, 120, 155, 280 Miller, Martha Louise, 292 Miller, Mariam Ruth, 256, 288 Miller, Nancy, 261, 294 Miller, Ruth Ann, 261 Miller, Willard Walter, 312 Millikin, Barbara, 120, 155, 158 294 Millikan, Charlene, 67 Mills, Margaret Mae, 241, 269 Mills, Martha Mansfield, 121 Minden, J. Richard, 76, 166 Miner, Katherine Louis, 95 Minton, Carolyn Catherine, 239, 252, 284 Mitchell, Constance Evelyn, 109, 374 Mitchell, John, 322 Mitchell, Robert Dale, 310 Mitchell, Robert Edward, 310 Mitchum, Allen, 267 Magenscn, Peter Elmer, 318 Mohr, Wcs, 322 Monroe, Gordon, 302 Montague, Phyllis Owen, 95, 290 Montgomery, Dorothy, 109, 276 Montgomery, Harriet Ellen, 120, 154 Moody, Shirley Marie, 120 Moore, Burton Lewis, 120, 318 Moore, Jane, 54, 76, 132, 239, 271, 290, 298 Moore, Loahna, 120 Moore, Lynn L., 308 Moore, Marilyn Ann, 120, 276 Moore, Oral, 109, 161, 299, 310 Morelock, Louis Schlessinger, 157, 243, 282 Moorman, James B., 237, 241 Morgan, Kenneth Arthur, 308 Morgan, Philip R., Jr., 160, 237 Morgan, Rachel, 263 Morgenroth, William, 242 Morgenson, Peter, 109 Morgey, Russell, 76 Morrell, Renee Ann, 121, 240 Morris, Richard Andrew, 174 Morrison, Barbara, 261, 294 Morrison, Frank, 76, 304 Morrison, Mary Louise, 76, 254 Morrison, Richard E., 267 Morrow, Richard C, 77, 85, 205, 259, 299, 302 Morrow, Lawrence S., 237 Morse, George D., 76, 206, 310 Morse, John Gantley, 324 Morton, Ben Lincoln, 237 Moschetti, Roccina J., 251 Motulsky, Ludwig, 240 Mounger, William Robert, 95, 318 Mow, June Marie, 120 Mueller, Jacqueline A., 120, 155 Muir, Mary E,, 120 Mullen, Amy Estelle, 174 Mullen, John, 251 Muller, Jane Preston, 77, 154, 286 Muller, Joan Stephenson, 77, 154, 271, 286, 298 Mullins, Dorcie Jane, 120 Mulvaney, Mary Jean, 121 Mundt, Kenneth B., 125 Munro, Gordon A., 109, 254 Murfin, Jo Ann, 96 Murphy, George William, 324 Murphy, John Ellsworth, 96, 308 Murphy, Kenneth M., 236 Muth, Betty Lou, 77, 121, 156 Mutschler, Audrey Catherine, 121, 276 Myers, Howard Marshall, 299, 304 Myers, Mary Virginia, 276 N Nakagawa, Julia, 242, 254 Nakamura, Amy, 242 Naquin, Thomas, 304 Nash, Betty Virginia, 51, 54, 67, 109, 296 Nash, Natalie Jean, 274 Nay, Harvey Orin, 96, 310 Neill, Lillian Ann, 121, 154, 157, 166, 282 Neill, Ora Henrietta, 109, 261 Ncisler, Helen Louise, 96 Nelson, Eugene Ray, 215 Nelson, Glen Burton, 121 Nelson, Joseph Warren, 274 Nelson, Maxine Hannah, 121 Nelson, Patricia Jane, 121, 246, 274 Nelson, Virginia Ann, 121, 292 Nelson, William Harold, 274 Newcomer, Helen Dot, 261 Newell, Rosemary, 96, 251, 262, 282 Newlon, Richard William, 103, 109, 318 Newman, Carol, 294 Newman, Jim Coley, 158, 159, 260 Newton, Charles Thomas, 302 Nice, Janet Duncan, 96, 240 Nichols, Iris Francis, 239, 284 Nichols, Nancy Lee, 77, 256, 257, 292 Nicks, Jonathon, William, 314 Nicoll, Andrew Garrie, 308 Niebel, Ruth Constance, 109, 286 Nielsen, Dorothy Fay, 256 Nigro, Gloria Ann, 109 Nilsson, Mary Justine, 77, 247, 292 Nissen, Mary Lou, 121, 155, 292 Nitsch, Marjoric, 121, 154, 156, 240, 286 Nixon, William Allen, 234 Noble, Elizabeth K., 218, 292 Nodtridt, Donald, 121, 250 Nolan, Geraldine Louise, 284 Norberg, Gloria Verna, 298 Norcross, Gloria Ann, 109, 240 Norene, Cromwell Stewart, 77 Norgren, Gene Ellen, 109, 290 North, Lynnc Mary, 109, 280 Norwood, Orin Wyatt, 121 Nunnery, Warren Luton, 125 O ' Donnell, Shirley Lucille, 121, 284 Ogier, Margaret Garman, 274 Ohier, Hazel Edna, 109, 260 O ' Keefe, Joseph Damon, 96, 156, 312 O ' Keefe, Mathew Eugene, 299, 308 O ' Keefe, Raymond Emmett, 96, 245, 310 O ' Keefe, Suzanne Mary, 109, 286 O ' Keefe, Thais Adcle, 121, 282 Olds, Helen Joan, 96, 154, 157, 262, 282 Oliver, Audrey Jeanne, 77, 239 Oliver, Esther Ann, 269 Oliver, James T., 186 Olmstead, Nadine, 53, 56, 62, 67, 77, 84, 257, 294 O ' Loughlin, Bernard Thorn, 308 Olsen, Selma Margaret, 257 Olsen, Stanley Raymond, 238, 322 Olson, Audrey Eleanor, 96 Olson, Ela Jean, 166, 274 Olson, Ilamae, 109, 271, 274 Olson, Irene Louise, 56, 63, 84, 96, 102, 256, 286 Olson, Leon Dexter, 156, 267 Opdycke, Harriet Irene, 212 Orr, Robert Gordon, 77, 314 Orr, Thomas Edwin, 274 Osborne, Dick, 246 Osier, Margaret, 166 Otsuki, Julius Akira, 66 Otsuka, Kcika, 238 Ottc, Olive Mae, 109 Otto, Jane Ann, 121 Otto, William Beard, 66, 77, 236, 245, 258 Owells, Elizabeth Jean, 284 Pace, Charles William, 65, 207, 312 Paddock, John Raymond, 96, 302 Padgett, Jessamine Edna, 102, 109, 262, 274 Page, Mildred Vandevier, 102, 294 Pahljina, June Leah, 121 Paisley, Deborah Huntington, 109 Palmer, Thelma Louise, 96, 166. 274, 298 Pannell, Margaret, 96, 216, 260 Papoulas, Angie, 276 Park, Elaine Alley, 121 Park, William R., 97 Parkhill, Marie Frederic, 54, 55, 84, 102, 109, 271, 286 Parkhill, Marijean Ellen, 110, 292 Parks, Marjie, 246 Parr, Celeste Adele, 51, 54, 67, 174 Parrish, Florence Ann, 110, 252, 276 Parsley, Katie Alice, 121 Pasqua, Frank, Jr., 77, 85, 238, 308 Pasqua, Pietro F., 208 Paste, Jean M., 78 Pastoret, Lois Jeanne, 121 Patrick, Patricia Ann, 290 Patton, Dixie Lee, 121 Patton, Harriet, 155 Patton, Henry Wilds, 236 Patton, Robert Howard, 110, 318 Patty, William Riley, 267, 302 Paul, Marcia Elizabeth, 97 Paul, Virginia Lee, 274 Pauli, Dcnzil Corland, 78, 160, 236 Paulsen, Rebecca T, Rice, 121 Payne, Donald Thomas, 236, 245 Pearce, Patricia Ann, 280 Pearson, George Warren, 78, 236, 314 Pearson, Judson Bruce, 97, 320 Pearson, Robert Scott, 306 Peasley, Phyllis, 97 Pecoraro, Rose, 266 Pedersen, Patricia Marie, 110, 286 Peebles, Marian Alice, 248 Peeler, Richard Lee, 103, 236, 274 Pels, Cynthia, 110, 276 Pels, John Harry, 205 Pence, Mary Lois, 97, 154, 282 Pendell, Floyd Ivan, 256 Penney, Maurice D., 121, 302 Peper, John J., 246 Perkin, Charles Eugene, 97 Perkins, Jeanette, 97, 282 Perkins, Mary Elizabeth, 97, 265, 296 Pcrlmutter, Leonard Michael, 156, 268 Perclla, Dolores Marie, 234 Perrella, Joseph Rome, 66, 78, 234, 251, 258 Perrcnten, Frank Arnold, 254, 306 Perry, Robert Blakely, Jr., 97 Peschke, Edna Ann, 110, 166, 274 Peterman, Lloyd, 316 Peters, August Adolph, Jr. 312 Petersen, Peter Edward, 238, 259, 302 Peterson, Carl Emil, 78, 314 Peterson, Edward Andrew, 97, 314 Peterson, Paul Vanard, 270 Peterson, Walter Richard, 236 Peugh, Derrel Eugene, 110 Peyton, Mary Marguerite, 251, 284 Phillips, Herbert Houghton, Jr., 308 Phillips, Judy May, 276 Phillips, Sarah, Hannah, 110, 288 Phillips, Shirley, 110 Phillipson, Robert Stevens, 312 Philpott, Catherine Victoria, 121, 292 Philpott, Sally Elizabeth, 97, 292 Phipps, Beverly Jane, 121 Picket, John Harlow, 234, 259, 326 Pile, Donald Ernest, 326 Pinamont, Carl James, 268 339 Pinamont, Marjorie Lucille, 156 Pillenger, Lois Lee, 121, 159, 274 Pitts, Ilene Beverly, 110 Plagge, Marjorie Lois, 110, 247 Plank, Christy Walker, 267 Piatt, Essie V., 204 Platts, Harvey Nixon, 97, 312 Platkin, Sheldon Chisdes, 110, 316 Platz, Ruth Ann, 110 Pneuman, Mildred Y., 244 Polich, Bruce Jack, 267 Polich, Dona Pauline, 57, 58, 59, 251 Pollock, Charles, 269 Pollock, James William, 234 Pomeroy, Russell Alfred, 121, 302 Poppen, Anna Ruth, 110, 155, 261, 270, 280 Porreca, Marie Stella, 251 Porter, Barbara Anne, 271, 284 Porter, Bettiean, 276 Porter, Vance Benge, 234 Portz, Faith La Delle, 276 Potter, Margaret Ellen, 121 Paulsen, Frank Loren, 322 Powell, Charles Livingston, 110, 304 Powell, Joan Elizabeth, 121, 155, 261 Powell, Joseph Edwin, 160, 237, 320 Powell, Keith, 320 Powell, Robert M., 237, 274 Pratt, Gertrude Paula, 78, 282 Pratt, Joan Marjorie, 56, 62, 67, 84, 97, 166, 239, 272, 292 Presley, Eloise, 110, 158, 166, 261, 280 Preusch, Margaret Elaine, 121, 274 Prey, Patricia Ann, 292 Price, Betty Jeanne, 240 Price, James Lloyd, 187, 188 Price, Louise C, 110 Price, Mary Anna, 121, 153, 290 Pringle, Harold Louis, 78, 316 Pringle, Mary Mae, 247, 276 Prinster, Clarence Edward, 121, 302 Prismon, Donald, R., 125, 267 Proctor, Charlotte Geraldine, 97, 155 Proctor, Hobart, 304 Prouty, Jane, 294 Pryor, Marjorie Ellen, 121, 155, 166, 251, 292 Pryzgocki, Camille, 78 Pryzgocki, Rita, 78 Puckett, Frances Ann, 98 Pulis, Jay, 304 Purchard, Jane Elizabeth, 121, 156, 240, 290 Pylance, Bob, 299 Quarnberg, Adele, 60, 67, 84, 98, 154, 156, 286 Quimby, Robert Louis, 314 Raasch, Betty Louise, 276 Radsliff, John Lewis, 103, 236, 304 Ragsdale, Duane William, 199, 234, 326 Rains, James Melvin, 121, 324 Rakestraw, Forrest Ross, 267 Rampage, Jean Doris, 155 Ramstetter, Donald E., 53, 62, 110, 173, 174, 257 Randall, Alcxa Iris, 78 Randall, Mary Ellen, 122, 274 Papalje, Virginia Lee, 110, 292 Rath, James Edward, 234, 326 Rautenstraus, Roland Curt, 78, 237 241, Rawlings, Robert H., 78, 196, 198, 202, 203, 312 Ray, Anthony Winston, 242 Raymond, William James, 314 Read, Luana, 110, 286 Reardon, Earl Lelan, 110, 306 Recht, Carolyn Ann, 110, 155 Rechnirz, Morton R. Rcddinger, C. Loe, 106, 154, 282 Redmond, Mary Carole, 290 Reed, Dorothy Jean, 102 Reed, Jane Louise, 294 Reed, Mary Evelyn, 286 Reed, Mary Frances, 110 Reed, Richard Elton, 238, 274 Reeder, Dorothy Jeanne, 166, 274 Reese, Harold, 161 Reide, Anna Katherine, 286 Rief Schneider, Boyd, 324 Reilly, Barbara Jean, 122, 282 Rcigan, Betty Lou, 274 Reinhardt, Margaret, 98, 166, 271, 276, 298 Renbarger, Dean Lowell, 252, 267 Renbarger, Jeanne Blake, 252 Renberg, Clair Weldon, 98, 322 Rentfro, Barbara Jean, 174 Renz, Richar Warren, 98, 237, 241, 314 Recs, Thomas Henry, 238 Reynolds, Louie Jennings, Jr., 314 Rice, Kenneth Parke, 98, 299, 306 Rich, Elizabeth Pauline, 53, 60, 84, 98, 156, 284 Rich, Mary Susan, 122, 154, 173, 240, 284 Richards, Jeanne, 122 Richards, Shirley, 98, 240 Richardson, William Eddy, 312 Ridsdale, Janet Dorine, 246 Riggenback, Shirley Jean, 122, 155, 166, 280 Riggs, Frances Dwight, 67, 271 Riley, Elvin Bernard, 161, 308 Riley, Robert Ward, 267 Rima, Patricia Gaye, 110 Riordan, Joyce, 122, 158 Ritter, Ralph James, 304 Rizer, Margaret Rachel, 98 Robb, Norma Ann, 78, 261, 274 Roberts, James Edwin 98, Robertson, Harry Alexander, 110, 312 Robins, Betty Virginia, 174 Robins, Ida Mae, 122, 174 Robinson, Alan E., 174, 267 Robinson, Joyce, 122, 155, 284 Robinson, Ruth Isabel, 260 Roby, Pauline Kortege, 98, 156 Rodman, Marjorie Anne, 53, 56, 84, 98, 102, 256, 290, 298 Rogers, Dorothy Ruth, 78, 276, 298 Rogers, Robert Barton, 238, 259 Rogers, Robert Hamilton, 264, 326 Rogoff, Sanford, 79 Rohrbaugh, Allan Jay, 209 308, Rohr, David Martin, 236, 267 Roll, Bernice Evelyn, 269 Romcr, Margaret Kathryn, 110, 269 Rominger, Helen Harriet, 98, 262, 265, 296 Romney, Antone Kimball, 99, 274 Rook, Jack Stanford, 79, 302 Rosanky, Evohn Marie, 110 Rose, Caroline Elizabeth, 122, 276 Rose, Clark Lee, 236 Rosenberg, Louis, 316 Roski, Joseph Michael, 110, 310 Ross, Betty Ann, 99, 102, 290 Ross, Clayton Gardner, 161 Ross, James Knox, 237 Rouse, Martha Mincll, 290 Roup, Norman Lewis, 79, 308 Rowe, Richard Reily, 103, 204 Roy, Donna Mae, 99 Royer, David L., 85, 302 Roylancc, Robert William, 66, 79, 259, 264, 318 Roszelle, Robert Victor, 174 Rugeby, Norton Alexander, 110, 324 Ruler, Tiva Jane, 286 Rushton, Frances Marion, 79, 247, 286 Rusk, Willard Weaver, Jr., 125, 204, 267 Russell, Donald Edward, 79, 326 Russell, Keith Dumas, 161, 236 Russell, Rosemary Jean, 122, 280 Rust, Patricia, 122 Ruth, David Christian, 306 Ruth, Holly Elizabeth, 110, 154, 240, 282 Rutherford, Margaret Ann, 99, 266 Ryan, Alva Marilyn, 260 Rymill, Shirley Lois, 110, 254, 270 Sachter, Lewis S., 79, 161 Sack, Helen Louise, 240 Sack, Irma Lee, 122 Sahlberg, Ray Bruce, 308 Sakelaris, Gus John, 79, 236 Saliba, Jacklyn J., 158, 274 Sammet, Patricia Landaucr, 122, 261 Sample, Marjorie Eleanor, 122 Samson, Patricia, 294 Sanchez, Pedro Armando, 79, 252 Sandberg, Emanuel Wilson, 314 Sanders, Edward Kenneth, 161 Sandham, Gibson, 267 Sandquist, Kathyrne Kramer, 263 Sanford, Welbourne DeLacey, 320 Sargent, Robert G., 205 Sarlo, Cary Anthony, 99, 314 Saunders, Claribel, 84, 235, 248, 252 Saunders, Virginia, 122 Saunders, Winifred Hardin, 110 Saval, Juanita Marion, 99, 290 Sayre, Lois Mildred, 122 Scarffe, Albert Wesley, 269 Schabes, Gloria Phyllis, 292 Schamus, Sara Naomi, 166 Scharbach, Doris Mary, Scharbach, Mildred Shirley, 280 Schell, Laura Elizabeth, 99, 292 Schemmel, Joann Louise, 102, 110, 156, 159 Scherer, Kathryn Joanne, 276 Scheufele, Shirley Mac, 110, 284 Schilling, Avis Ann, 242 Schlessinger, Muriel Ellen, 79, 247, 282 Schmidt, Theodore George, 122, 158, 310 Schnapper, Herbert Jack, 79 Schnessler, Alfred J., 206, 267 Schneider, Elma Irene, 252 Schneider, Robert Lee, 122 Schobinger, Charles Webster, 79, 237, 306 Schoene, Florence, 292 Schradcr, Ernestine Joy, 111, 263, 276 Schrefer, Mary Margaret, 122, 251 Schroider, James B., Ill, 310 Schrocdcr, Patsy Jane, 242, 270 Schutte, Florence Anne, 111 Schuyler, Patricia, 248, 290 Schwalbe, Jo Anne, 238, 240, 246 Schweiss, Jacque Edward, 191 Schwiike, Ruth Theresa, 122 Scoles, Phyllis Ann, 122, 240, 252 Scott, Bonnie Marie, 162, 260 Scott, Jane Ellen, 122 Scott, Maxine Gail, 122, 155, 282 Scott, Roy Seymore, 312 Scruby, Ralph Edwin, 66, 79, 234, 258, 264, 308 Seaman, Richard George, 236 Sedalnick, Victor Hershel, 79, 155, 316 Seibold, Mary Ann, 58, 59, 99 Seigfried, Victoria, 257 Seiler, Dorothy Emily, 111 Seitz, Gloria, 158, 263, 272, 294 Selby, Betty Lou, 266 Selby, Corwin Stanton, 236 Seldin, Marian, 251 Self, Marie C, 155 Self, Pauline Johanna, 159, 274 Senty, Richard Dean, 302 Sethman, Marjorie Jean, 240 Sethman, Mary Frances, 219, 240 Sewell, Geraldine Dorothy, 254, 257 Seydler, Herbert Max, Jr., 122, 267, 322 Seyler, Marian, 79, 274, 298 Shahinian, Edward, 326 Shaner, James Heeter, 322 Shankland, Dan Leslie, 253, 320 Shankes, Charles Korell, 236 Shapkoff, Georgia, 80, 276 Shaver, Charles Richard, 174, 251, 322 Shaw, Doris, Lillian, 122 Shaw, Mary Nevelle, 271, 282 Shaw, Nancy Marie, 80, 174 Shea, Arlcne Kay, 122, 154, 286 Shcppard, James, 99, 234, 250 Sherer, John Clarence, 122 Sherlock, Miriam Agnes, 122 Shermack, Albert Paul, 174, 304 Shermack, F. Gordon, 125 Shikamura, Alice Haruko, 111, 242, 254 Shimpfky, Blanche Gertrude, 111, 247, 254, 270 Shimmon, Shirley Louise, 122, 269 Shipman, Margaret Elaine, 122 Shockley, Dorothy Ruth, 122 Shoemaker, Sara McBride, 122 Shoup, Martha Louise, 80, 266, 296 Shrimpton, Worth F., Jr., 174 Shull, Paul Edwin, 111, 169, 250, 310 Schultz, Peggy Pauline, 240 Siegfreid, Edith, 52, 254 Sigler, Margaret Ellen, 262 Sigler, Ruth Helen, 247 Sigler, William Allen, 318 Sihler, Margaret Marie, 252 Silver, Leon Theodore, 66, 80, 237, 241, 264 Silverman, Joseph Carl, 111, 316 340 Simpson, Mary Jane, 99, 240 Sinaiko, Arlenc, 288 Sinaiko, Nadine, 111, 288 Sinema, Verna Irene, 80, 244 Sinz, Lawrence Kramer, 270 Sissman, Clyde William, 238 Slayton, Nancy, 122, 154, 286 Slemmons, Miriam, 80, 274 Sloan, Eleanor McCrea, 284 Small, Barbara, 174 Smethills, Phyllis Edith, 80, 282 Smiley, Morse Wesley, 80, 318 Smith, Ada Mae, HI, 276 Smith, Addie Mae, 102, 111, 166, 251, 272, 274 Smith, Barbara, 251 Smith, Carolyn Ruth, 123, 252, 280 Smith, Frances Helen, 284 Smith, F. Tuppcr, 80, 85, 155, 156, 196, 197, 198, 202, 299, 312 Smith, Keene Zurich, 85, 197, 198, 202, 236, 312 Smith, Lucy Jane, 123 Smith, Marjorie Ann, 237 Smith, Marie, 123 Smith, Mary, 155 Smith, Nancy Louise, 159 Smith, Peggy Jane, 123, 174 Smith, Robert Eugene, 274 Smith, Vernon Henry, Jr., 123, 304 Smith, Robert Andrew, 99, 302 Smith, Robert Wayne, 236 Smyth, Irene Watts, 123, 240 Smyth, Jane Brookings, 235, 248 Snyder, Barbara M., 99 Snyder, Richard Andrew, 123 Snyder, E. Graydon, 326 Sobol, Beatrice Dorothy, 235, 248, 288, 298 Sommer, Betty Jean, 99 Sommers, Beverly Marie, 247 Sorensen, Soren, 123, 274 Southard, Myra Jean, 99 Southward, Lois Jane, 251 Southworth, Florence Harriet, 282 Spangler, Ida Mae, 123 Spano, Lena Florence, 251 Spare, Pauline J., Ill, 263, 276 Spears, Howard Calvin Knox, 3 1 8 Sperry, Gloria Fay, 111, 243 Spiegleman, Ruth Devora, 288 Spradlin, Martha Jane, 111, 284 Springer, Sue, 174 Stalder, Dorothy Dee, 297, 298 Standish, Leah Winifred, 123 Stanley, Doris Marie, 294 Stanley, Xenia Mae, 57, 84, 102, 111, 156, 272, 286 Stanton, Jeanne Lois, 123, 155, 243, 290 Stanton, Norma Jeanne, 111, 284 Stapp, Joan, 292 Stark, Mary, 111, 276 Starks, Betty Lou, 265, 296 St. Clair, Melvin Earl, 322 St. Clair, Patricia Ann, 123, 154, 169, 282 Stebbins, Barbara Lee, 123, 274 Steele, Patricia White, 292 Steen, Crete G., Ill, 265, 284 Stein, Flora Jane, 80, 174, 298 Steinbaugh, Mary Elinor, 123 Steinshover, D. Jeanne, 282 Stephens, Elizabeth Jean, 99, 274 Stephens, Lulu Marie, 159 Stephens, Merwyn Mildred, 282 Stephenson, Marylyn Ann, 100, 290 Stephenson, Stanley Elbert, 318 Sterling, V. Ruth, 157 Stevenson, Charlotte Ann, 80, 257 Stevenson, Stanley, 1 1 1 Stewart, Martha Jeanne, 252 Stewart, Patricia Ruth, 123 Stine, Jacqueline, 1 1 1 Stinton, John Edward, 51, 53, 58, 63, 85, 174, 268 Stinnett, Nancy Jane, 111, 159, 274 Stockmar, Shirley, 123 Staltz, Jack Hamilton, 123, 274 Stone, Sylvia Glover, 123, 286 Standt, Dorothy Davis, 111, 254 Stout, Eugene, 256 Strader, Nancy Jane, 158, 159, 280 Strain, Anna Mae, 100, 263, 284 Strait, Adelyn Wilma, 80, 156, 174, 246 Strand, Lawrence Alfred, 154, 158, 244 Strayer, Richard Kirkland, 267 Street, Barbara Louise, 274 Street, Doris Gloria, 80, 276 Streltzer, Toby Mae, 288 Stringham, Jack Dunyon, 268 Strong, Marcia, 67 Sturdevant, Mildred Frances, 80 Sturner, Charles Theodore, Jr., 320 Suarez, Norman V., 257, 267 Sugano, Mitsue, 57, 174 Suhn, Catherine Jessie, 247 Sulc, Phyllis Anne, 158 Sullivan, Frank Lawrence, 236 Suzuki, Mariko, 242 Suzuki, Sonoko, 123, 242 Svedlund, Joel Edmund, 237 Swan, Lois Ann, 280 Swanson, L. Vernelle, 123 Swanson, Oliver H., 236 Swedlund, Norma Lee, 100 Swearingen, Barbara M., Ill, 276 Swearingen, Zelda Mae, 100 Sweeney, Mary Gertrude, 111, 282 Sweeney, Paul Marias, 274 Talcott, Virginia Irean, 80, 248 Taskett, David Alan, 236 248 Tanner, Arthur McNeil, 320 Tanner, Hope Elaine, 123, 254 Tanner, Marian Louise, 100, 240 Taskett, David Alan, 236 Taylor, Donna Lee, 239, 262 Taylor, Mary Virginia, 294 Taylor, Thomas Edwin, 274 Taylor, Virginia, 100, 257, 298 Telk, Patricia Ann, 100, 284, 298 Teller, E. Jennette, 81, 174, 256, 296 Theiler, Roland Richard, 238 Thiessen, George Wesley, 236 Thoman, Eugene Eli, 236 Thomas, Edna Jane, 123, 158 Thomas, Gloria Mary, 107, 282 Thomas, William Charles, 100, 308 Thompson, Barbara, 276 Thompson, Bertha Corinne, 123, 158, 280 Thompson, Paul Rossa, 306 Thompson, Peggy Walker, 80, 284 Thompson, Robert Darlow, 237 Thompson, Rollin Lamoine, 235, 254 Thompson, Virginia, 123, 292 Thompson, Mildred Agnes, 123 Thompson, Paul, 306 Thornberry, Margie Jean, 237 Thorndyke, John Robert, 236 Thornton, Lucile Josephine, 123, 155, 251 Tiller, Jeannette, 265 Tillman, Bonnie, B., 81 Tilson, Marjorie, 276 Timmer, John H., 237, 320 Tippin, Billy Beach, 324 Todd, Harold John, 81, 237, 260 Todd, Horace Edward, 236, 326 Todd, Rose Mary, 102, 107, 271, 290 Todd, Ted, 246 Toll, Roger Wolcott, Jr., 306 Tolcott, Virginia, 235 Tomlinson, Elizabeth, 100, 290 Tomsic, Edward Max, 274 Tondre, Neville Anne, 242 Topping, Barbara May, 123, 274 Towse, Mary Jane, 107, 169, 262 Townsend, Barbara Leigh, 123 Townsend, Ruth Frances, 123, 280 Trilling, Dena Delores, 100, 288, 298 Tripp, Barbara Lang, 81 Truitt, Arthur Leonard, 169, 250, 268 Tsukiji, Eliichi George, 242 Tucker, Betty Jane, 51, 54, 81, 274 Tune, Betty Jean, 123, 276 Tukey, Lydia Louise, 286 Turner, Terrence Bazzil, 246, 306 Twinney, Nancy, 251 u Uhrich, Robert Harold, 237, 318 Umbach, Ann, 123 Underwood, Wilda Josephine, 247 Unfug, Lois Lee, 157, 274 Usher, Thomas, 236, 245 Utgard, Patti, 107 Vanderwilt, Christine, 276 Van Dervort, James R., 123, 302 VanDuzee, Marian Amparo, 242 VanFrandenburg, Jean, 123 Van Horn, Mary Catherine, 100, 155, 280 Van Hosenberg, Katherine, 81 Van Law, Richard, 310 Van Meter, Warren, 267, 268 Van Valkinburg, Betty, 107, 276, 298 Veach, Virginia Lee, 81, 262, 239 Venuti, Robert, 53, 63, 85, 161, 253, 259, 310 Vermillion, Jacquelyn, 107, 164, 282 Verner, Robert John, 302 Verploeg, Phyllis Jean, 81, 166, 280 Vickers, Bettye, 81, 276 Vide, Betty, 81, 256 Victor, Richard A., 107, 302 Vik, Irygue Svere, 81, 308 Vincent, Lucile, 81 Vining, Marjorie Lee, 158, 294 Vohs, Francis Dorothy, 123, 288 Von Hoist, Marion Ruth, 123, 155, 286 Von Ruden, Elizabeth Jeannette, 107, 252 Von Wyl, Margaret Jean, 127, 290 Vandegrift, Robert Arthur, 160 Vori Egidy, Albert Ivan, 268 w Waddington, David, 58, 236, 246 Wadleigh, Eileen Marie, 124, 269 Wadsworth, Jeanne 282 Waechter, Ruth Imogene, 112 Waggener, Hubert Ulric, 100, 302 Waggener, Marjorie, 124, 155, 292 Waggoner, Norman Edward, 237, 326 Wagner, Miriam Gladys, 81, 282 Wagner, Nancy, 159 Wagner, Norma Rene, 135, 158, 294 Wahlberg, Barbara Jean, 112 Wahlberg, Lois Louise, 112 Waldo, Helen Florence, 58, 265, 266, 296 Waldo, Robert Donald, 308 Walker, James O., 51, 82, 299 Walk, Marvel, 127 Walker, Nan, 112 Wallace, John McChrystal, Jr., 161, 240 Wallace, Marjorie Esther, 294 Wallengren, Delbert Ernest, 322 Walling, Margaret Ellen, 100, 157, 290 Walsk, 251 Walter, Frank S., 302 Walter, Richard Kurt, 318 Walter, Rudolph J., 124, 306 Wampler, Wilson, 304 Wandel, Stanley, 316 Wangberg, Anne, 100, 247, 284 Ward, Barbara June, 154, 282 Ward, Consoella, 254, 262, 263, 278 Ward, Donna Marie, 127, 269 Wardman, Charles, 306 Warner, Jeanne Frances, 127, 274 Warner, John Morgan, 103 Warlick, John Gibbs, 302 Warner, Mary Edna, 124, 155, 166, 280 Warren, Frank, 314 Warshauer, Ted Frank, 81, 161, 312 Washburn, Jane, 286 Watkins, Phillis, 252, 261, 292 Watley, Peggy, 276 Watrous, Carol, 100, 284 Watson, Carolyn Marie, 276 Watson, Eleanor Alice, 127 Watson, John Bowman, 304 Watson, K. Bert, 318 Watson, Peter Phelps, 125, 312 Watson, Winifred, 127, 276 Watt, Tom R., 127, 302 Wear, Mary Rosalyn, 102, 112, 157, 169, 262 Weaver, Mary Margaret, 241 Webb, Thomas Freeman, 174, 324 Webber, Dorothy Jean, 57, 102, 263, 274 Weber, Kathryn Lois, 127, 240 Weinberger, Lester, 236, 245, 324 Weiner, Jacquelyn Diana, 112, 242, 261 Weiner, Stanley Martin, 161, 103, 235, 316 Weir, Virginia, 292 Weisman, Rose, 51, 53, 54, 67, 174 Weiss, Daurine, 82, 132, 155, 174, 239 Weizz, Phil, 324 Well, Joan Louella, 112, 159, 292 Wells, Margaret Ann, 292 Wells, Robert Leiand, 214 Weltner, Willard Harold, 82, 238, 274 Wenzel, Carol Ruth, 127 Wepf, Charlotte Lee, 101 Wepf, Margaret Anne, 82 West, Caroline, 102, 112, 292 341 West, John Milton, 82, 268 West, Patricia Jeanne, 101, 157, 286 West, Richard Oden, 320 West, Robert, 161, 185, 187, 188, 190, 191, 192, 320 Westermann, Lenore Anne, 51, 67, 237, 256, 296 Westerwich, Robert, 270 Wetmore, Mary Suzanne, 112 Wetterborg, Gerald P., 82, 161, 253, 326 Wharton, Robert, 237, 326 Wheatley, John Charles, 269 Wheeler, Bernice, 261 Wheeler, Betty Watson, 101, 294 Wheeler, James Edward, 306 Wheeler, Virginia Helen, 53, 54, 56, 60, 67, 84, 265, 294 Wheeler, Walter Eugene, 112, 160, 302 Whipple, Helen Virginia, 290 White, Martha Janet, 82, 263, 265 White, Patricia Harriet, 101, 276 White, Peggy Jane, 112 White, Stella Herbert, 101, 261, 276 Whitehouse, Adelaide, 292 Whiteside, Robinson Richard, 274 Whiting, Robert Derald, 132, 299, 324 Whiting, Robert Ellis, 214 Whitley, Maxine Mae, 101, 262, 263, 266 Whitmore, Dorine, 247, 254 Whitmore, Doris, 247, 257 Whitney, Edward J., 112, 310 Whitten, Virginia, 112 Whittenberg, Catharine Jane, 112, 284 Whitwell, Zelma Jean, 124, 155, 261, 282 Widncy, Joseph Huntington, 112, 302 Wiener, Toni, 1 12 Wier, Virginia France, 127, 261 Wilcoxen, Elaine Marie, 263 Wiley, Margaret, 282 Wilkey, Edward Benton, 112, 310 Wilkus, Mary Elizabeth, 127 Willi, Barbara Jean, 261 Williams, Ann, 159, 240 Williams, Ellis, Jr., 124, 160 Williams, Helen Ann, 101 Williams, Huber Bryant, Jr., 268 Williams, Jane Ellen, 127 Williams, Jack Raymond, 308 Williams, Jean Lucille, 154 Williams, Keith Duane, 82, 310 Williams, Lenora Ellen, 166 Williams, Lyle Wayne, 101, 299, 314 Williams, Martin, 154, 157 Williams, Mary Evelyn, 82, 247, 282 Williams, Ralph Park, 235, 254, 318 Williamson, Priscilla Anne, 243 Willman, Etta E., 101, 174, 269 Willman, Helen E., 112, 269 Willoughby, William Allen, 82, 235, 254 Wills, Barbara, 127 Wilson, Alice Mae, 112 Wilson, Dorothy Ogden, 261 Wilson, Edwin Sterling, 267 Wilson, John Hugh, 66, 82, 234, 264 Wilson, Lee, 324 Wilson, Uuise, 160, 237, 266 Wilson, Lydia Brown, 240 Wilson, Marie Jane, 84, 102, 157, 218, 271, 294 Wilson, Mary Lynne, 239, 284 Wilson, Rollin Keith, 82, 85, 234, 299, 310 Wilson, Suzanne, 82, 159, 260, 292 Wilson, William Young, 125 Winchester, Bess, 174 Winfrey, William, Jr., 124, 324 Wingate, Cecil Francis, 251 Winslow, Wardell V., 302 Winter, Daniel Leaf land, 66, 258, 259, 236, 326 Winter, Henry Abraham, 66, 83, 85, 161, 207, 258, 259 Wirth, Marilyn Jean, 127, 276 Woebling, Betty Louise, 235, 248 W olf, Howard Edward, 127, 310 Wolff, Hiram Bradley, Jr., 85 Wolfrom, Mariam Louise, 112, 240 Wong, Good Quey, 242 Wood, Marcia, 286 Woodhill, Guy Alan, 268 Woodrow, L. Maurine, 112 Woodruff, Hubert Wellman, 274 Woodruff, William Leon, 324 Woods, John Samuel, 274 Woods, Nellie Mae, 57, 265, 274 Woodworth, Doris Wilberta, 127 Woody, Franklin Middleton, 252 Woolf, Charles Martin, 304 Woolley, William Gaylord, 308 Worcester, Mary Ellen, 294 Worden, Stewart, 83, 187, 188, 190, 191, 192 Worth, Barbara Carroll, 127 Wray, Troy Thomas, 304 Wright, Al, 103, 314 Wright, Berlye Wayne, 326 Wright, Betty Loucille Mock, 83 Wright, Doris Jean, 112 Wright, Maxine Isabell, 112, 254 Wright, Rosemary Margaret, 124, 150 Wrighton, Thomas R,, 314 Wuellner, Robert Aloysius, 112, 308 Wunnicke, Brooke, 125 Wunnick, Charles E., 322 Wyatt, Richard D., 83, 270, 326 Wyche, James Clifton, 66, 101, 103, 236, 245, 264 Yant, Robert, Kenneth, 253, 310 Yeager, Mary Louise, 125 Yoches, Robert, 101, 316 Yoder, Rebecca Artman, 101, 156 Yoshida, Sadako, 242 Young, Barbara Faye, 156 Young, Bonnie Geraldine, 101, 243, 290 Young, George C, 237 Young, Geraldine, 243, 290 Young, Harper Monroe, 314 Young, Jean Nell, 112, 154 Young, Jeanne, 172, 286 Young, Nancy, 124 Young, Nancy Jane, 282 Young, Roy W., 326, Young, Roy Wheeler, Jr., 326 Zagar, Betty Ruth, 261 Zanella, Vera, 112, 284 Zancanella, Frank Coolidge, 238 Zancanella, Frank, 83 Zang, Adolph Frank, Jr., 240 Zeiger, Marjorie D., 235, 248 Zenk, Lawrence Paul, 112, 251 Zenk, Lawrence Paul, 314 Zimmerman, Raymond Merle, 161, Zohm, Carole Marjorie, 112, 276 310 Zumwinkel, Betty, 376 Zumwinkel, Elizabeth C, 246, 247 342 i cAutographs 343 cAutographs 344 cAutographs ■I 345 cAutographs ' 346 w- ' ' ' v m. t t " ■ :


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