University of Colorado - Coloradan Yearbook (Boulder, CO)

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■ rj :rj. -hJ : ' ' :v» : -f f F ' ' 5 ' H r » i5 ! ; ' •. V ,.. « " - . ' ■ n A r f C i, S»f r-- " ;i it ' : I THE 1946 ee3 I ublidned bu the AAociated L ( ehrenaty editor L atnerlne =J oudeny aJ 1 Colofadan nts Of the Ulnwersitu of L oloraao late editor ' y nne rrulan, b udinedd manaaer f " w The past year has shown the effects of . ar, peace, and post-war confusion on our campus. For all students, especially returning veterans, college life has become -a ■ ' giant jig-saw puzzle of fitting the behavior pat- terns of war Into those of peace. It is hoped that this book will show the varying phases of the greatest year of transition tKe Uni- ' versity of Colorado has ever undergone. J . , DEDICATION To those University of Colorado students who were killed while serving their country during World War II this book is respectfully and gratefully dedicated. 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CARLTONP AA: a a F . EX 44 ■ VLSON.HeRnCRT R .LT A AF£X ' 46 - WCOOSON.WmjAM Rxr AA F .EX 45 WORCESTER.JOHNB.lt A AF.EX ' 44 WYK LE.NL.SGT .AA F (EMPLOYEE) J I IgjOBE RTXAAi AAF.EX ' 46 Y0WW.A8CM B,On.AUS,MA ' 39 ntrocli ucin 9 . . .A new Joe College. The old Joe College left this campus following Pearl hlarbor, and during the last few year he became a vague memory. Now he is back, but this Joe College is a different one. Joe is both outwardly and inwardly changed. He is often seen wearing a flight jacket over plaid pants and saddle shoes, a symbol of the transition period he is going through. Inwardly he is a more determined Joe College, determined to get the most out of the university life to which he has fought to return. hHe still enjoys formals, rallies, football games, dancing, and beering; but above all he pos- sesses a maturity which the former Joe College did not have. It is this new Joe College and his influ- ences upon all phases of University life that this book hopes to portray. 23 cJ ife at ( oloruclo Peace did not come as a surprise to University students. They had been expecting it for several days; and yet when they heard the news over the radio around midnight of August 14, it seemed unbelievable. Almost immed- iately after the news was broadcast, students streamed to the campus from all over the hill. That night University rules were thrown to the wind; but no one cared, all the way from house- mothers to President Stearns, who was at the power plant blowing the steam whistle for all it was worth. The bell In Old Main was never rung more heart- ily. The night was dominated by hilar- ious confusion . . . snake dances of pajama-clad students . . . bonfires . . . confetti . . . horns blaring . . . cheers. But in the early morning when the Buffs finally got to bed, every one of them breathed a prayer of thanksgiv- ing . . .the war was over! 24 ly nti erduu on . uaust 14- f f ' . 7 ' ' ' ' ) ■ ' , V v ' ' 4 . r fcwt-)r«i . » « rii« tf J :i?r ' y l Uetcome J i ome CDUCATOR, lawyer and President of the University of Colorado, Robert L. Stearns is one of the West ' s foremost and outstanding personalities. But to most of us he Is best known for his friendly personal qualities, his devotion to his country, and above all for the contributions which he has made to this university. Taking a leave of absence in 1943, Dr. Stearns was civilian chief of the Operation Analysis Division of the Twentieth Army Air Force. This unit, equipped with the B-29 Superfortress, successfully bombed the Japanese in long-range missions and helped bring about their ultimate defeat, hie received the certificate of Meritorious Service from General H. H. Arnold, the Asiatic-Pacific Theater ribbon from General MacArthur, and has been commended by many other officials for his initiative, ability, and devotion to duty. We welcomed him back this fall, claiming him as our Admin- istrator once again, only to realize that his talents are also In demand In those fields which deal with world affairs. As a result, he has made trips to England and Washington D. C, yet he manages to cope successfully with the problems of an ever-expanding University. To such a truly remarkable man we extend a very sincere and warm " Welcome hlome. " 30 President Robert L. Stearni 31 (LSoard of i eaents Left to right; Brockway, Knowles. Currigan, Stearns. Perkins. Chapman, Bray. Inserts: Carr, Allen. Members FRANK D. ALLEN RALPH CARR ROY M. CHAPMAN DR. MARTIN D. CURRIGAN ROBERT R. KNOWLES MERRITT H. PERKINS Akron, Colorado Denver, Colorado Boulder, Colorado Denver, Colorado Sterling, Colorado Denver, Colorado Officers of the Board ROBERT L STEARNS DILLARD W. BRAY WALDO E. BROCKWAY President Secretary Treasurer The over-all responsibility for the management of the University rests in the hands of these few men, whom the voters of the state of Colorado elect every two years for six-year terms. Their capability and general efficiency is shown by the admirable way in which they are converting the University from a war- time to a peace-time basis. The great expansion which the University is under- going only adds to the problems already in evidence, so it is only just that these men receive recognition for the services which they are rendering to the citizens of the state and to the students of the University. 32 C xecutlve ( ouncll ROBERT L STEARNS . President DEAN P. S. WORCESTER Dean of the Graduate School DEAN JACOB VAN EK Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences PROFESSOR DAVID W. O ' DAY Professor of the School of Pharmacy DEANE. C.KING Dean of the School of Law DEAN C. L ECKEL Dean of the Engineering School PROFESSOR A. C. CROSS Director of the Extension Division PROFESSOR HARL DOUGLASS Dean of the Summer School DEAN R. W. DUNHAM Dean of the School of Music DEAN ELMORE PETERSEN Dean of the School of Business DEAN LYDIA L BROWN Dean of Women DEAN HARRY CARLSON Dean of Men CAPTAIN NICHOLAS B. VAN BERGER Commanding Officer of the Naval Units DEAN W. F. DYDE Dean of the University PROFESSOR IRENE P. McKEEHAN Professor of English Department PROFESSOR CARL W. BORGMANN Professor of Chemical Engineering PROFESSOR W. OTTO BIRK,. Head of Engineering English Department PROFESSOR CLAY P. MALICK Professor of Political Science c This council is the executive committee of the University Senate with the function of working with this body in matters of student government. Its members are deter- mined by the following positions: the President of the University, the Deans of the Colleges, four members elected by the University Senate, and the Commanding Of- ficer of the Navy units on the campus. Through its able guidance, campus problems are met with efficiency and resourcefulness. 33 S tuuent fl ai aird Leo V. Aspinwall, Chairman of the Committee on Student Organizations and Social Life. His Is the re- sponsibility of supervising and regulating the general social conduct of all social, professional, or honorary fraternities, clubs, and other organizations of the students He Is an associate professor of Marketing. Lydia L. Brown, Dean of Women. The women students on the campus are well acquainted with the part she plays In campus life. Her general jurisdiction falls upon all features of women ' s life at the University. Specifically, she Is advisor to A.W.S., Panhellenic, Valkyrie, Women ' s Club, and Y.W.C.A. She plays a vital role In the super- vision of Housing for women students. Harry G. Carlson, Dean of Men. The Influx of men students to the University has given him a two-fold re- sponsibility. His most important task has been to provide an adequate Housing policy whereby the demands of returning Veterans and new students can be met most efficiently. He also serves as physical education director and advisor to the A.S.U.C. Commission and the Inter- Fraternity Council. Willard B. Cook, Acting Manager and Auditor of Non-Athletic Student activities. He acts as financial advisor to all student organizations. The service rendered Is that of counseling, advising, and auditing of accounts. His assistance has proven Invaluable to the treasurers of many campus groups. 34 S tudent . . fl ui aird Ralph L. Crosman, Director, College of Journalism. His efforts are largely directed toward the efficient operation of cannpus publications. He is Faculty advisor to the Colo- radan, the Silver and Gold, and all other A.S.U.C. publi- catitons. He also directs the activities of the cannpus radio station. Mrs. BIy E. Curtis, Manager and Chief Dietician of Residence Halls. She supervises and directs the opera- tion of all of the residence halls which are University con- trolled. As chief dietician it Is her responsibility to see that the food served in the halls Is satisfactory. As well as making the living more pleasant for those under her watchful eye she serves as sponsor to Mortar Board. Benjamin S. Galland, Professor of Law. As a sponsor of the Independent Student ' s Association he has con- tributed much to campus life. He has been an enthusi- astic supporter of the I.S.A. for many years. Much of the preparation and arranging of I.S.A. Mixers, Tea Dances, and other social functions has been accomplished by him. Hugh E. McMillen, Assistant Professor of Music and Director of the University Band. The fame of the Uni- versity of Colorado marching band has spread through- out the Intermountaln region. It is known for its orig- inality and dexterity in performing complicated maneu- vers. All of the credit goes to Mr. McMillen, for he has been the exponent of Ingenuity and enthusiasm and has devoted countless hours to the perfection of every per- formance. His efforts are in evidence in almost every musical undertaking on the campus. 35 tu den t _ a ird Ralph Prator, Director of Admissions. He has con- tact with students both prior to their entrance into the University and after they arrive in Boulder, hie directs the high school visitation program in Colorado, and his office has charge of students ' records, their tests and counseling. He is also Faculty advisor for CD Days and Is Chairman of the Freshman Week Committee. John B. Schoolland, Student Counseling and Testing. His Is the task of personalization of education through the establishment of better student-faculty relations and the advising of students In finding the field of their in- terests and aptitudes. He is in charge of all Lower Division Registration and Is an Associate Professor In Psychology. W. C. Toepelman, Director of Division of Veterans ' Affairs. His duties have greatly changed their aspects with the close of the world conflct. Several years ago he spent the greater portion of his time acting as Selec- tive Service Coordinator for the armed forces, whereas today he is one of the busiest men on the campus sup- plying information to veterans concerning their problems of G. I. Eligibility and orientation to college life. Mrs. Clifford Westermeler, Assistant Professor of Ger- manic Languages. Her activities are many and varied. She is sponsor to the Campus Red Cross unit. Advisor to Associated Women Students, University Women ' s Club, Valkyrie, Mortar Board, and Y.W.C.A. She speaks many languages and is an enthusiast of ourdoor sports. 36 ucultu .Arrls ana c, fcienceA VAN EK, DEAN JACOB ALEXANDER, GORDON BARKER, GORDON BEDELL, FLORENCE J. BERUEFFY, MINNIE BRAMHALL. F. D. BROXON. JAMES COHEN, JOSEPH CRABB. EDWARD CROCKETT, EARL CROSMAN, RALPH L. CUTHBERTSON, STUART • i» D ' ARMS, EDWARD F. DAVIS, R. A. DEAN, PAUL M. DOUGLASS, HARL R. EVANS, FOSTER FOSTER, CHARLES H. GOODYKOONTZ, C. B. HENRIKSON. E. H. HULLY, HELEN HULLY, KARL JAMES. WILLIAM T. JEFFREY. HARRIET 37 acuttu -y rli ana c ciencei KELLY. H. H. LESTER, O. C. LE VEQUE, NORMA McCOMBS. R. K. MARKWARD. WILLIAM B. MEHL, MARIE ANNA PIETENPOLE, W. B. REYBURN, MARJORIE SCHOOLLAND, JOHN B.SOLOVEITCHIK. RACHEL VAVRA, CHARLES G. VEAZIE, WALTER B. V ' ' |i:.HI ALVIN H. WAKEHAM. GLEN V WARNER. RALPH E. WEST. EDWARD J. WibhkMlltK. Will, NORMAN h. WORCtSIfcR. P. G. THERESA S. 38 acuitu rts ana c cienceA ALEXANDER, GORDON ALLEN, JAMES ANDERSON, DOROTHY ARNEH, GEORGIA BALL, MARY ETHEL BARKER, GORDON BARNES, GEORGE BARTRAM, HARLAN BASCOM, FRANCES BATTRICK, WILLIAM BEDELL, FLORENCE BERNARD, WILLIAM BERUEFFY, MRS. MINNIE BECTGER, WILLIAM BITTER, CHARLES R. BLAIR, J. M. BLAIR, RUTH BLYTHIN, MRS. MARGARET BRACE, RICHARD BRADY, LUCILE BRAMHALL, F. D. BRITTIN, W. E. BROXON, J. W. BRUCE, JOHN B. CARANCI, ROLAND CARLSON, HARRY CHASE, GEORGE CHAVEZ, SIMON COHEN, JOSEPH COX, FORREST B. COX, ROY CRABB, EDWARD CRANE, DOLLY CROCKETT, EARL CROSMAN, RALPH CROSS, ARTHUR, C. CUTHBERTSON, STUART D ' ARMS, EDWARD DAVIS, R. A. DEAN, PAUL M. DIERLAM, ROBERT DITTMER, KARL DOUGLASS, HARL DYDE, WALTERS EASTON, C. MACK ERICKSON, W. L EVANS, FOSTER FAYE, PAUL-LEWIS FEHIMANN, HAZEL FEST, THORREL FOSTER, CHARLES FRITZ, PERCY GAGOS, KENNETH GARNSEY, MORRIS E. GARRETT, DONALD GERMANN, FRANK E. GOODMAN, IRVING GOODYKOONTZ, COLIN GREGG, ROBERT GRIEDER, CALVIN HANDLAN, BERTHA HARVEY, STEWART HENRICKSON, ERNEST H. HERZ, WERNER HIBDON, CARL HOFFMAN, FRITZ HOFFMEISTER, H. A. HOLTOM, RUTH HOUSTON, CLIFFORD A. HOWELLS, THOMAS HULLEY, MRS. HELEN HULLEY, KARL K. IREY, CHARLOTTE IREY, EUGENE JAMES, WILLIAM T. JAMESON, MRS. FRANCES JEFFREY, HARRIET JENSEN, VERNON JOHNSON, EDNA KAPLAN, MAX KELLY, H. HAROLD KEMPNER, AUBREY KENDALL, CLARIBEL KIMMERLE, MARJORIE KINNEY, EVELYN KITCHEL, MARY EVA KLOOSTER, HENRY J. KNOETTGE, MRS. REBECCA LACHER, JOHN R. LAM, WILLIAM LE FANT, MRS. JOAN LESTER, O. C. LE VECPUE, NORMA LEWIS, LESLIE LONGLEY, W. W. LOOSE, GERHARD LUBOVICH, V. P. McCOMBS, R. K. McKEEHAN, IRENE P. McNAIR, MRS. FRANCIS MABEE, ZELL MALICK CLAY P. MARKWARD, WILLIAM B. MARR, JOHN MARSHALL, PAULINE MARTIN, DOROTHY MARTIN, JOAN MEEK, JOHN MEHL, MARIE MILLS, HUBERT H. MUENZINGER, CARL F. NORRIS, CHARLES H. NYLAND, MRS. IRENE OGILVY, MRS. DOROTHY S. OGILVY, JACK PALOMO, JOSE PARKER, VERNON C. PENNAK, ROBERT W. PEVERLY, CARLOS PIETENPOL, W. B. FOLEY, MARGARET POTTS, FRANK REDICK, MRS. MARGARET REED, CARLETON H. REYBURN, MARJORIE REYNOLDS, HENRY-ETTA REYNOLDS, MRS. MABEL RIEDER, MRS. MIRIAM ROMIG, MRS. EDNA DAVIS ROSE. EDWARD L. SCHOOLAND, JOHN SCHROEDER, PAUL G. SMALL, CLARE SOLOVEITCHIK, MRS. RACHEL SPENCER. MARY STASICA, LEO STEWART, OMER C. STOCKS, BETTY STRIBIC, FRANCES SUTHERLAND, BLANCHE SWAYNE, IDA SWISHER, EARL TEMPLIN, JOYCE THOMPSON, PAUL V. THOMPSON, W. O. THOMPSON, WILLIAM L TOEPELMAN, W. C. VAN DUZEE, MABLE VAN EK, JACOB VAN VALKENBURGH, H. B. VAVRA, CHARLES G. VEAZIE, WALTER B. VOIGHT, ALVIN WAHLSTROM, E. E. WAKEHAM. GLENN WALDROP, A. GAYLE WALKER, EDWIN R. WALLACE, WILLIAM P. WALZ, F. C. WARNER, RALPH E. WEST, EDWARD J. WEST, MRS. JUNE WESTERMAN, EDWIN WESTERMEIER, MRS. THERESE STENGEL WILLIS, EDNA WILSON, R. W. WITT, NORMAN, F. WOLCOTT, MRS. ROSETTA WOLLE, FRANCES WORCESTER, PHILLIP G. WUEST, ANNE 39 aculti €n gineenna ECKEL. C. L. BAUER, FRANK S. BINGHAM. LLOYD A. BIRK. W. OHO BRIHIN. JACK BOLAND, HENRY J. CARLSON. DE VON M, CARMAN, CURTIS C. DAWSON, JOHN H. HULL. WILLIAM L. MOORE. PHILLIP F. NELSON, W. K. NYLAND. WAINO PARKER, NORMAN A. PRIEN, CHARLES H. RAEDER, WARREN TOVRANI, t. P. WAGNER, CHARLtS A. 40 ucutt C ni f ARNOLD, C. K. BAUER, FRANK S. BEATTIE, WAYNE BINGHAM, LA. BIRK, W. OTTO BOLAND, HENRY J. BORGMANN, CARL BRITTIN, JACK BRUBAKER, W. F. CARLSON, DEVON CARMAN, CURTIS C. CRANDALL, LEE W. DAWSON, JOHN H. DOBBINS, GEORGE DOWNING, RODERIC K DUVALI, W. C. EASTOM, FRANK ECKEL, C. L. HENRICKSON, MRS. NIHLA HOLUBAR, LeROY HULL, WILLIAM HULTQUIST, PAUL I. HUTCHINSON, CHARLES A. IRISH, EVERETT JEWELL, WILLIAM LOF, GEORGE O. G. McCORMICK, C. M. McMASTER, ALLAN McNAIR, ARTHUR MALLORY, WALTER MENOHER, WADE L. MOORE, PHILLIP NYLAND, WAINO NELSON, WALTER K. PALMER, H. B. PARKER, NORMAN A. PRIEN, CHARLES H. RAEDER, WARREN REISER, CASTLE O. RITTER, THOMAS M. SHUTTS, WILLIAM SNIVELY, L. CLIFTON SPURLOCK, BENJAMIN H. STEPANEK, JOSEPH THOMAN, WILLIAM H. THOMPSON, PAULV. TOVANI, ERNEST WAGNER, CHARLES A. WALTERS, MRS. LILLIE WICKS, PLATT WOOD, K. D. WRIGHT, ROY M. 41 acuttu dSuSincSi S cnoot PETERSEN, ELMORE ASPINWALL, LEO CURRY. VINTON, S. FULLERTON, GREER G. GRIEST, JOHN M. McALLISTER. H. E. NIEHAUS, FRED R. ROBBINS, LESLIE W. ARENSON, HERMAN FRANKLIN, WALTER B. MOORE, HENRY ASPINWALL, LEO FULLERTON, GREER NIEHAUS, FRED BORLAND, HELEN GRIEST, JOHN M. PETERSEN, ELMORE CRAMER, EDISON McAllister, harry e. ROBBINS, LESLIE F. CURRY, VINTON S. SCHMIDT, M. F. 42 CLCUtlU HENRICH, VAL P. KINNEY, GORDON J. KUEMMICH, ROMONA SOSNOWSKI. J. WESSEL, MARK DEVOL, DULCIE DUNHAM, ROWLAND FAIR, REX ELTON GRANT, ALEXANDER HART, LAWRENCE HENRICK, VAL P. HILTY, EVERETT IMIG, WARNER JONES, HORACE KINNEY, GORDEN KUEMMICH, MRS. RAMONA McMILLEN, HUGH E. SOSNOWSKI, MRS. J. TAYLOR, MYRON WAHSTROM, MRS. KATHERINE WALTZ, HOWARD WESSEL, MARK 43 S cliool of ine r j WOLLE. MURIEL S. GECK, F. J. STRAIGHT, CLARA TRUCKSESS. FRED C. BOYLE, JAMES EVANS, ELLIOTT GECK, FRANCIS JONES, ANN LINDSTROM, ELEANOR STRAIGHT, CLARA TRUCKSESS, FREDERICK C. WOOLE, MRS. MURIEL SIBELL 44 aculL t O ' DAY, DAVID W. PARKINSON, RAMONA LOUGHRAN, HENRI- ETTA A. BONE, JACK PHARMACY SCHOOL O ' DAY, DAVID W. PARKINSON, RAMONA NURSING SCHOOL COULTER, PEARL PARVIN LOUGHRAN, HENRIETTA %. 45 ke Itl J J ( otnpanu Under the capable direction, supervision, and instruc- tion of these officers, the University of Colorado, Naval Training Unit is represented in the ranks of the Naval Service by graduates who are fully capable of assuming the leadership of men. Lt. j.g. William G. KIrkland Cuptdln Micholas B. Van Bergen Lt. Cumdr. John C. Crowel 46 Ite hlp 6 Oc ip J omnanu Lt. R. G. Balch Lt. Comdr. E. P. Mills ggfT ' - ' Comdr. V. J. Moore 47 .SMCC oininidAioners Elected Bill Lazorchick President Sue Gasser Vice President Ann Hvlan Secretary Oral Moore Marty Wlllianns Ralph Merritt Len Perlmutter Tom Lyon Bill Grubbs Bill Douglas Dick Morris Mary Alice Charr bers Dave Henderson Mary Linendoll Ex-OfRcio Paula Spare Peg Cushman Ben Miller Cyril de Mercurlo Bob Barrell Rachel Maddox Virginia Wheeler Ann Siebold 48 JULY 1945-JULY 1946 One of their most important contributions was the organization of the Intermountain Student Council, composed of two representatives from each of the " Big Seven " schools. The commis- sion also gained permission to attend faculty senate meetings with the freedom to enter the discussions. Despite changes in membership, the A.S.U.C. Commission has carried out a very successful program throughout the past semester. Under the leadership of Bill Lazorchick, president, the commission investigated the Health Service and is working on plans for a prescription center there. The commission also worked with the housing committee, and was instrumental in the reopen- ing of the University radio station. 49 s. enare Officers of A.W.S. Virginia Wheeler President Kay Bush Vice President Ann Hylan Secretary Jane Briscoe Treasurer Members of Senate BARBARA BOWERS Vocations MARY LINENDOLL Orientation MARIE WILSON Housing NANCY STRADER „___ Spur HARRIET EDMONDSON .........Activities MARIE PARKHILL Social PEG CUSHMAN Loan Eund CHARLOTTE JOHNSON Women ' s Club MAMIE CHASE Y.W.C.A. SUE GASSER W.A.A. PAULA SPARE Panhellenic JO MURFIN ... Independent Faculty Advisors LYDIA L BROWN THERESE WESTERMEIER MARY ETHEL BALL Composed of members elected by the women students, the presi- dents of Spur, W.A.A., Y.W.C.A., Women ' s Club, Panhellenic, and one member elected from the Independent Women, Senate is one of the two governing bodies of the A.W.S. Senate carried out a very successful program during the past year, sponsoring the vaudeville, " Bolder Daze, " the A.W.S. dessert party, the Orientations Conference, Vocational dinners, and teas for the housemothers, Boulder students and transfer students. SO J ouAe Of iKepreAentcLtweA PATSY JOFFEE BILLEE BOYLE PAT ST. CLAIR MAXINE SCOTT NANCY LEE EILEEN DAVIS SHIRLEY FLANAGAN Members HELEN BIGELOW SHIRLEY KRIER BARBARA HUTCHISON MARGARET HALL CHRISTINE VANDERWILT CATHY BUTTO BONNIE SCOTT HEDA LUBIN EDITH SIGFRIED MARJORIE SHUMATE DOROTHY HICKEINEL HELEN MacLINNAN HELEN MAC LINNAN Dorm Presidents XENIA STANLEY HARRIET ADAMS MARGARET JO SCHWALBE FORSLING Sponsor MRS. CHARLOTTE IREY Members of the House of Representatives are elected from six districts. Each district has three members; one from a sorority, another an Independent, and the third from either group. The chief function of the house is to keep In constant contact with all women students and to supervise women ' s convocations, A.W.S. elections, grading of the annual A.W.S. rules test, and the checking of sigrv ' out slips. Kay Bush, vice president of Senate Is in charge of this group. 51 independent tudentd .. dSociation ( ouncii I.S.A. Council BOB BARRELL President JAMES ABBOTT Vice President RUTH HALL Secretary WARREN VAN METER Treasurer BRUCE POLICH Athletic Director OLIVER SWANSON Dance Director RACHEL MADDOX A.S.U.C. Commissioner JO MURFIN A.W.S. Representative JOHN CARROLL Publicity Director IDA ALLEN Women ' s Dormitory NATALIE CORSEN Freshman Women RENEE MORRELL Sophomore Women DON ORAZE Sophomore Men CHARLOTTE JOHNSON Junior Women BILL MEIKOVICH Junior Men Advisors Professor Benjamin S. Galland Professor and Mrs. A. J. McNair The I.S.A. Council has been a rapidly expanding organization during the past year, and is now one of the most prominent campus groups. The council has pro- moted an I.S.A. choral group, a play reading group, and Sunday night Barb suppers to which anyone is invited. Their biggest dance, Hell Hop, was a great success, as are their weekly Monday night tea dances at Memorial. 52 PACESETTERS H .It mn Hlt rJLeadlnci the ( c ampuA BILL LAZARCHICK Bill has worked hard In the in- teresf of all of us. Under his lead- ership the ASUC has established a new position on campus. His com- missioners will verify the fact that his conscientious efforts have done much toward building a new spirit of cooperation. MARY LINDbNDOLL Campaigns are Lindy ' s specialty. She seems to have a " drive " for a Drive. She is shown here with part of the results of one of her latest endeavors. SKe launched her out- standing career on this campus by heading the War Bond Drive in 1945. PANAMA SIEBOLD " Panama, " as her name suggests, is from Panama, and her name on campus is a familiar one. She is a rabid Ethic minorities backer and Is always ready with an answer for anyone who doubts. Her major is Zoology and she has great plans for work in this field. VIRGINIA WHEELER Gingy ' s name seems to top every list. As many responsibilities as she has, one might think her a glutton for punishment; but her magic touch turns toil to fun for everyone. Gingy leaves for new fields to con- quer and we ' re sure her name will continue to too other lists. LEN PERLMUTTER " Laz " professes that his nick- name is an indication of his person- ality, but his numerous activities indicate to us that he must be just the opposite, an eager-beaver. The job of editing the S G was in itself enough to keep him on his toes. 54 cJLeaclina the ( c 9 am, ipu5 Qr ■ B p bJ fj 1 If An all-school dance wouldn ' t be complete without Bob and a bit of his beautiful dancing, hlis talents are not limited to this, however. The I.S.A. has acconnplished more under his leadership this year than it has for quite some time. Bob has done his part to contribute something to CU, and his part has been a big one. REES BEHRENDT Rees has been a conscientious editor of the Coloradan. hlis edi- torship alone was a full time job, but anyone who goes to Little The- ater productions knows another of the many reasons for his inclusion in Who ' s Who. hiaving been man- aging editor of the Dodo he learned to take a joke — the hat hides a unique hair cut, supervised by the Delt pledges. Anne ' s infectious personality is known to everyone on campus. Not only does she participate in many activities, but she ' s a whiz at each that she undertakes. For a swell all-round girl — here she is. There has been no lack of laurels on her brow. MARIE WILSON Marie has kept the Silver and Gold collections rolling in, held some of the most important cam- pus offices, made Who ' s Who, maintained a grade average high enough to belong to every class honorary, and still remains gen- uinely likeable and unaffected. XENIA STANLEY See blonde, vivacious, Xenia and you usually see a flock of fresh- man women following her around at the Chi Psi lodge or planning the dorm formal. The Hesperians follow their prexy into the Anch, into Bill ' s, into trouble! Whenever you see Xenia you may be sure something is going to happen. 55 rJLeadinQ the Lc ampuA CHARLOTTE JOHNSON " Char ' s " effervescent spirit has led her into nearly every campus activity. Wherever you go, what- ever you do . . . there she is. Al- though much of her time has been occupied by Women ' s Club she still finds time to belong to Mortar Board, Senate, A.S.U.C, I.S.A., and a host of others. Incidentally, this is not merely a pose. JOHNATHAt,; ,v, ,r ,,,r,uL Jon strikes a typical pose with pipe in hand. Tne editorship of " The Window, " and holding the position of columnist of " Passing Sentence " gave Jon his fame. Never in our day has there been a time when Marshall has not been crusading for a new cause to fight for. Take it away Jon. ORAL MOORE Although " Slim " was apparently occupied with a little blonde, he also found time to " hit the books. " In addition he presided over the Phi Delts, N.R.O.T.C, headed two A.S.U.C. commissions, and was a member of the Interfrat council, and numerous committees. The campus lost an outstanding man when " Slim " was graduated in March. SUE GASSER What would the Hesperians do without that limousine? Sue goes at repairing it herself with much the same vitality she spends on campus women ' s organizations. Her three years of intramural ac- tivity was crowned with the presi- dency of W.A.A. MARIL TARkHILL A really unusual feat was accom- plished when Marie received the position of Treasurer of A.W.S. as a freshman. She has continued on this level through her four years in school. Not only has she been active In campus social organiza- tions, but she has been active In each class honorary. Our hat ' s off to you!! 56 cJLeadlna the ( c 9 ampud ipi BEN MILLER The big man with the big smile, that ' s Ben. hiis friendliness has se- cured him the position of Inter- Frat president. As business man- ager of the S. G. he made a first step toward becoming a B.M.O.C. May this be just the beginning Ben. RUTHANN HAYES Ruthann ' s jolly personality has given her the nickname of " Rah- Rah. " She ' s a three pointer and yet has established herself as an outstanding activity girl. Really outstanding . . . We secretly be- lieve that " Rah-Rah " may be the instigator of some of hHesperia ' s activities. KAY BUSH It s been a puzzle to everyone just v hen Kay finds time to study, hier varied interests make her a welcome addition In many activi- ties. However, her main Interest is " Slim, " and doubtless her success will be as great in this field as it has been In the past. PEG CUSHMAN The Vaudeville reached a new high in successes this yea r under Peg ' s able leadership. When it came time for the War Bond drive Peg ' s patriotism stepped to the fore and she worked like a beaver for Its ultimate success. Anything she attempts is a sure thing. Here ' s to bigger and better successes Peg. 1 ANN FREEMAN Carbon copies and typewriters are Ann ' s meat. Amid the hustle and clatter of the S. G. office she reigns as Assistant News Editor. The rungs of her ladder consist of W.A.A., Kappa Tau Alpha. Hes- perla, and many other activities so It looks like she ' s heading for her star. 57 cJLeacilna the L c 9 ampus ipi DON RAMSTETTCR For two years Don has been con- sidered one of the really promin- ent men at CD. Aside from his outstanding work with the Pan American Club, he has been Prexy of his fraternity, a member of A.S. U.C. and held offices in various honoraries. His hand is ever out, and with a typical Ramstetter smile he quickly puts one at ease. The prexy of A. P.O. is praised by everyone that has worked with him. Jim headed the Thanksgiving Day dance at the Cosmo, and anyone that attended viewed an example of his efficiency. Honest depend- ability was the apparent outstand- ing feature of his personality. This familiar face can be seen In nearly every men ' s and all-school organization. Jim seems to be ver intorested in photography. If he docs the fine wor ' : he has done as president of the Vi ings and a member of School Convocation ' s Committee, he ' ll be o success in photography. " All around man Is a good title for Jim. MAMiE CHASE Let ' s call Mamie versatil e for she ' s stuck an expert finger in every pie. Just take a lool; at the list of activities under her picture In the Class section. Flamer was also chosen by her sorority to head Pan- hel. Her fine personality has had no little part in the achievement of many of the honors that she has re- ceived. TAULA SPAKl Paula is a music maior, but her activities are not confined to this field. Although she transferred here from Concordia College in 1942 she has been rush chairman of her sorority, president of Pan-Hel. a member of Senate, and belonged to numerous other groups on cam- pus. 58 L i ' " ' ' mm s. eniord ABBOn, JAMES H. Engine, Pentagon, AIEE, Thanks- giving Day Dance Committee, In- tramural Tennis, Rally Committee, Vice-pres. Westminister, Vice-pres. ISA, Pres. APO. : L Cs ABBOTT, ROBERT J.. Jr. Engine ASCE, Hiking Club. Canter- bury Club. ACKLEY, MARY E. A S, Freshman Dorm Pres., Pi Beta Phi, Dorm Social comm., AWS Vaudeville, House of Repre- sentatives, vice-pres. YWCA, Home Ec. Club. AHERR, PATRICIA Business, Alpha Phi. ALLEN, ILA A S, Orchesis, Window, WAA, ISA Council, UWC, Freshman Dorm Counselor, Intramurals, CD Days Comm. ANDERSON, GUSTAV W. Engine Sigma Chi Pres., AIEE, ASUC Comm., Track, Intramurals, Interfraternity Council, Greek Com- bine. AMEMIYA, ISAMU A S Viking, Cosmo. ARFSTEN. GLORIA A S. ADAMS, BERYL A S, Fencing Club. Club, Women ' s ALLEN, JOAN A S, Pi Beta Phi, Circulation Mgr. of Dodo, Business Mgr. of Dodo, YWCA, Jr. Cabinet, Secretary of Cabinet, Song Fest Chairman, AWS Vaudeville, Coloradan, Counselor freshman dorm. Homecoming Comm. ANDERSON, ERICA. Engine, Sigma Nu, Phi Epsllon Phi. ANDERSON, MILLICENT A S, Chi Omega, Coloradan, In- tramurals, AWS Vaudeville. ARBAUGH, MARGIE A S, Alpha Omicron Pi, Spur, AWS Housing Comm., Delta Phi Delta, Red Cross, WAA, UWC. YWCA, Freshman Dorm Counselor. ARON, AILEEN Music. 60 s. eniord ARTELL, LOIS ADELINE A S. AUNER, JOSEPHINE FRANCES A S, Kappa Alpha Theta, Hiking club, Window business manager, Porpoise, Ski Club, Dodo, Coloradan, YWCA, House of representatives. BACHMAN, JANET Business, Alpha Phi, Spur, Beta Sig- ma pres., WAA, ASUC house com- mittee, Asst. business mgr. Colora- dan, Bus. mgr. Window, B school board of directors. BEAVER, MARJORY JANE A S , Alpha Omicron Pi. BEEMAN, DOROTHY Business, Pi Beta Phi, Coloradan, YWCA. BEGOLE, WINIFRED A S, Pi Gamma Mu, Newman Club. BENNALLACK, DON A. A S, Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Chi, Al- pha Epsilon Delta. MMl AULD, MARY ELLEN A S, Phi Chi Delta, Women ' s Club. YWCA, Pan American Club, Or- chestra. AUSTIN, JAMES F. Business, ISA Council, VUF, Viking Club president. Student Loan Fund, B school convo chairman. BARKER, MARJORIE Fine Arts. BECK, BETTY Engineering, Society of Women En- gineers. BEER, EULAUA ANN Fine Arts, AWS vaudeville, YWCA. Intramurals, Delta Gama. BEHRENDT, REES A S, Delta Tau Delta, Coloradan editor. Dodo managing editor, S G, Who ' s Who, Players Club, Sigma Delta Chi, Board of Dramatics. BLUMENTHAL, MURIEL A S, Phi Chi Delta vice pres.. Choir, Westminister Fellowship, Women ' s club. 61 s. eniorS BOLLES, ROBERT B. Engine, Viking. . - BOWLIN, DOROTHY JEAN A S. Little Theater, Women ' s Club. ISA, Canterbury Club. Window. BRADDY, VAUNCILLE Business, Beta Sigma, UWC. BRANFLICK, ROBERTA. Engine, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Epsilon Phi. AlEE, In+ramurals. BRIDENBAUGH, MARY ALICE A S, Delta Delta Delta, Spur, Pi Gamma Mu, Choir, Messiah, AWS Vaudeville, YWCA. U.W.C, Intra- murals. Dorm Social Chairman, Treas. of Nurses Club, Coloradan. BROCKWAY, BERTA RUTH A S, Kappa Kappa Gamma. BROOKS, DONNA M. A S, Pan-American Club, Barb Reeves, Valkyrie. BROYLES, THOMAS M. Engine, Phi Delta Theta, Sumalia, Phi Tau Sigma, ASME, Varsity Football. - BRADFORD, BOBBY BLAIN Engine, Band, Football. BRERETON, DONALDS. Engine, Players club pres. BRIDGES, JANICE A S, Kappa Phi, Wesley Founda- tion, Band, Psi Kappa Psi. BROMBERG, MILTON Engine, ASCE, Off Campus Greeks, Chi Epsilon, Colorado Engineer. BROWN, ROBERT R. Engine, IAS, ASME, SAE, Intra- murals. Ski Club. BURNARD, LOUISE Music, Alpha Phi, Little Theater. Orchesis. SAI, Choir, Red Cross, UWC. CU Days Comm.. AWS Vaudeville, WAA, Song Fest. «2 s. eniord BURFORD, BARBARA A S. YWCA, UWC. BUSH, KATHRYN A S, Chi Omega, Panhellenic Coun- cil, Vice-pres. of Senate, House of Representatives, WAA Board, Or- chesis, Hockey Club, Vice-pres. of Freshman Dorm, Dorm Couselor. CARPENTER, GRACE ELLIOTT A S, Valkyrie, UWC, Home Ec. Club. CARSON, BEVERLY BETH A S, Alpha Chi Omega pres., Pan- hellenic Council, Chairman of Jr. Panhellenic, Greek Combine, Play- ers Club, Little Theater, AWS Vaudeville, CD Days Comm. CHIPMAN, ROBERT DAVIS Engine, Pi Kappa Alpha, Sumalia, Marching and Concert Bands, Psi Eta Pi, Intramurals, Track. CLARK, DORIS EILEEN A S, Phi Sigma lota. COE, JOHN CLARK Business. BURNS, JACKS. Engine, Phi Kappa Tau, ASCE, Phi Epsilon Phi. CARLSON, WARREN URE Engine, ASCE, Varsity Football, In- tramurals, Softball. CARPENTER, VIRGINIA A S, UVv C, Valkyrie, Intramurals. CARTER, MARIANNA A S, Co-Chairman of Toy Loan, YWCA, S G, UWC, Kappa Alpha Theta, Intramurals. CLARK, DAVID E. Engine, Phi Kappa Tau, Eta Kappa Nu, AIEE. CLAY, JEAN A S, ISA. COLLES, JAMES EDWARD Engine. 63 s. eniorS COONS, MARK HARDING Engine, Chi Epsllon, Sigma Aiphn Epsllon, Tau Beta Pi, ASUC, ASCE Athletic Comm., Interfraternlty Council, Pi Mu Epsilon. COPELAND, VIRGINIA E. A S, Christian Science Organiza- tion, Window, WAA. CROSMAN, MARGARET LEE A S, Delta Delta Delta, Spur, UWC, AWS Vaudeville, S G, Pres. of Phi Sigma lota, AWS Social Comm., Song Fest. CURRY, SHEILA A S, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Intra- murals. Society Reporter of S G, Distribution Staff of S G, Home- coming Comm. DAIN, WENDELL L Engine, Phi Kappa Tau, IAS. DAVIS, JOHN PAUL Engine, Kappa Sigma, Phi Epsilon Phi, Sigma Pi Sigma, Pentagon, AIEE. 0 f COURSON. BARBARA A S. Valkyrie, Kappa Delta Pi, UWC, Intramurals. CRAIL, CATHERINE A S. CULPEPPER, GIDEON A. A S, Phi Mu Epsilon. CUSHMAN, MARGARET C. A S, Chairman of Victory Comm.. Senate, AWS Loan Fund. VIce-pres. of Alpha Phi, WAA. DARR, JAMES Engine, Treas. of Kappa Sigma, Pres. of Star and Sextant, Intra- mural Football. DAVIS, SARAH LOU A S, Delta Delta Delta. Sec. of WAA Board. DETV EILER, MARGARET A S, Kappa Kappa Gamma. DEWEY, WILLIAM EVAN Engine, Sigma Nu. 64 s. eniord DICKEY, JOE BEN Engine, Phi Delta Theta, Varsity Football, Varsity Track, Vice-pres. of ASCE, Pres. of Intramural Basket- ball. DIMES, JOSEPHINE A S, Social Chairman of Kappa Alpha Theta, YV CA, Senate hlouse of Representatives, S G, Colora- dan. Spur, Freshman Dorm Counse- lor. DITTMAN, SHIRLEY Med. Tech., Alpha Epsilon Delta, Jr.-Sr. Scholarship, Otto Folin Club, Young Democrats, Cosmopolitan Club, Pres. of Freshman Dorm, Honors Candidate, Biology Assist- antship. DONALDSON, GEORGE HOWARD Engine, Eta Kappa Nu, Pi Mu Ep- silon, Alpha Phi Omega, AIEE, In- tramural Basketball and Football. DORKING, KENNETH L C. Engine, Intramurals, AIEE. EASLEY, MARCILLE A S, Chi Omega, Home Ec. Club, UWC, Intramurals, ville, Ski Club. AWS Vaude- EGGERS, HOMER Engine, Phi Delta Theta, Varsity Football, Baseball. Sumali( ft- ,1 Vj Dl MERCURIO, CYRIL Engine, Kappa Sigma, ASUC, Star and Sextant, Knots and Fathoms. Sumalia. DIMMICK, BETTY Business, Alpha Delta Pi, Hiking Club, Intramurals, Beta Sigma, Ski Club. DIXON, FRED Business, Phi Gamma Delta, Colora- dan, S G Distribution Mgr., Head Cheer Leader, Homecoming Comm., Greek Combine. DOCK, ROBERT Engine, Hiking Club, ASCE, Chi Epsilon. DOUDEN, CAT-HERINE Business, Pi Beta Phi, Beta Sigma, Spur, Coloradan Associate ed., Pres. of Freshman Dorm, ASUC, AWS Vaudeville, Chairman of Elec- tion Comm. WAA, Intramurals, Do- do, YWCA. EDMONDSON, HARRIET A S, UWC, Sec. and Vice-pres. House of Representatives, Activi- ties Chairman on Senate, Spur, Choir, Reeves, Home Ec. Club. ELZI, BETTY A S, Alpha Epsilon Delta, lota Sig- ma Pi, UWC, Intramurals. 65 s. eniorA ENEVOLDSON, CHARLOTTE Business, Beta Gamma Sigma. UWC, Treas. of Beta Sigma, Valkyrie, Red Cross. ENGLISH, SALLY JO Business, Phi Chi Delta, UWC. FARABAUGH, LEONARD J. A S, Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Chi, Al- pha Epsllon Delta. FARMER, DOROTHY M. A S, Alpha Chi Omega, Orchestra. UWC, CU Days Comm., AWS Vaudeville, Intramurals. FELLOWS, ROWLAND A S, Kappa Sigma. FLEMING, MARGARET P. A S, Players Club, Intramurals, Wo- men ' s Marching Band. FLETCHER, RUTH A S, YWCA, WAA. ENEWALD, LEE K. Engine. ERICH, LONA MAY A S, Women ' s Band, Inter-Church Council, UWC. FARLE Y, BETTY H. Music. Reeves. Choir. FARRAR, CHAPMAN O. Engine, Alpha Tau Omega. ASCE. Softball. FINCHER, MARVA JO A S, Kappa Alpha Theta, WAA, Porpoise, Intramurals. FLETCHER, JOHN Engine, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, SAE, IAS, ASME. FLODIN, MARGO A S. Kappa Alpha Theta, UWC. YWCA. 66 s. eniord FOSTER, NADINE A S, Kappa Kappa Psi. FORLLMEN, DONNA A S. FREEMAN, ANN A S, S G, WAA, Spur, Hes- peria, UWC Council, Theta Sigma Phi, Kappa Tau Alpha, Alpha Phi. FUNK, LOUISE A S, Hiking club. Ski club. GARVIN, BETTY A S, Alpha Phi, WAA. GERKE, RICHARD CARL Engine. CAIN, GILBERT Business, Sigma Chi a e FOOTE, MIRIAM JEAN A S, Alpha Delta Pi. Porpois, WAA, ■ YWCA, Cosmo club, Intramurals. FOX, EDWARD J. Engine, Tau Beta Pi, Band, Sigma Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon, AIEE pres., Pen- tagon club pres.. Kappa Kappa Psi, Combined engineers council. FRENZ, DOROTHY AGNES A S, Modern Dance club. History club. GANTZ, EVERETT E. Engine, Alpha Tau Omega, SAE, IAS. Sigma Tau, Pi Tau Sigma. JACOBS, GENE A S, Pan-American club. GERLACH, PATRICIA A S, Freshman dorm pres., Con- cert band. Choir, Dodo, Coloradan, Red Cross, Spur, Barb Reeves, Otto Folin club. GNADINGER, JOHN F. A S, Sigma Nu treas. Pres., Su- 67 s. eniors GODDARD, FLORENCE Music, Choir. GOLDSTON, IRVING BERNARD A S. GOODWIN, JOE, B. (7 Law, Sigma Nu, Phi Delta Phi. GORE, ISABEL A S. GRAHAM, ELLIN Business; Delta Gamma, Beta Sigma, UWC, Panhellenic Council, YWCA, Intramurals. GRIFFITHS, MARTHA ANN Business, Vice-pres. of Business School. WAA, Beta Sigma, Pan- hellenic, Pres. of Kappa Alpha Theta, Orchesis. GRIMM, R. L. Engine, Phi Kappa Tau, Eta Kappa Nu, Kappa Kappa Psi, Pentagon, Gymnastics Team, Cheerleader, Marching and Concert Bands, AIEE. GOFF, DARLENE A S. GOODYKUNTZ, ANN A S. GORDON, STEPHEN A S, Phi Sigma Delta, Sports Ed. of S G, Assoc, ed. of Football Program, Phi Epsilon Phi. GRAVES, BARBARA H. A S, Kappa Kappa Gama, Spur, Treas. of Hesperia, Treas. of Mor- tar Board, vice-pres. of UWC, AWS Social Chairman, Red Cross. Porpoise. GREENWELL, LOMA A S, Kappa Kappa Gamma. GRIFFITHS, PATRICIA Business. Pan-American Club. UWC, Beta Sigma. GRIMSBY, A. E. Engine, Kappa Kappa Psi, AIEE, Marching and Concert Bands. 68 s. eniord GUISE, IRENE Business, Kappa Alpha Theta. HALL, RUTH GERTRUDE A S, Valkyrie, Women ' s club, ISA council sec. Reeves, S G, In+ra- murals, WAA, Freshman dorm ceunselor. HART, FLORENCE A S, Kappa Alpha Theta, Phi Beta Kappa. HAUGHTON, WILLIAM R. Engine, Phi Delta Theta, Intramur als, CU Days. HAYES, RUTHANN A S, Spur, Delta Delta Delta, hles- peria, Forensics, WAA, YWCA cabinet. Delta Phi Alpha, Phi Sigma, Coloradan, S G. HEFLIN, WILLIAM H. Engine, Interfrat. council, Greek Combine, Phi Kappa Tau, ASUC. HERTNEKY, BARBARA HANKS A S, Coloradan, Home Ec. club, Intramurals, WAA, YWCA, UWC, AWS vaudeville. HACKETT, RAYMOND P. Engine, Psi Eta Pi. HALL, WINFIELD Engine, Kappa Sigma, AIEE. HARTWIG, DOROTHY WINIFRED A S, Kappa Phi, Choir. HAUCK, KATHRYN A S, Dodo. HAYASHI, RUTH A S, Kappa Phi, UWC, Wesley Foundation. HENDERSON, DAVID A. Business, Beta Theta Pi pres., ASUC, Pan-American club pres., B school board of directors. HEINLY, WILBERTA A S, Delta Gamma, YWCA, UWC, Red Cross, Panhellenic council. 69 s. eniors HENLEY, M. EILEEN A S, Pan-American Club, Wesley Foundation. HILDENBRANDT, FERN A. A S, Nursing Club. HOFHEINZ, MARTIN C. Engine, Sigma Nu, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Epsilon Phi, Track, Intramurals. t HOLTZ, BETTY L. A S, UWC. HOWIE, HELEN Pharmacy, Fencing Club, Hiking Club, VIce-pres. of lota Sigma PI. HUGHES. MARY A S, Pi Beta Phi, Players Club, WAA, Intramurals. HUNTER. ROBERT K. Engine, Beta Theta Pi, Sumalla, Chi Epsilon, Psi Eta Pi, Pi Mu Epsilon, ASCE, Varsity Football, Colora i Engineer. HICKMAN, LOU A S, YWCA. Cabinet of YWCA. PI Beta Phi, S G, Band. HIRST, DAVID R. Engine. HOLT, DONALD HOWARD, JANE A S, Delta Gamma, Publicity Chairman of YWCA, Ski Club, S G, Coloradan, Dodo. HUBBARD, LUCY JANE A S, Vice-pres. of Theta Sigma Phi, UWC, YWCA, Barb Brood- caster. HUNGERFORD, JOHN M. Engine, Beta Theta Pi. INGRAHAM, WINIFRED A S, WAA, Reeve pres. UWC, Choir. ISA Council, YWCA Coun- cil. 70 s. eniord INMAN, JOAN FRANCES A S, Westminister Fellowship. JEFFORDS, MARY A S, Pi Beta Phi, WAA, Intramur als. JOHNSON, MARGUERITE C. Pharmacy, Alpha Omicron Pi, RX Club, UWC, Dorm Counselor, YWCA. JOHNSTON, MARILYN A S, Chi Omega, Pres. of Delta Phi Delta. KAIN, W. M. Engine. KASARI, ELMER B. Engine, Beta Theta Pi, Sumalia, In- tramural Softball. KELLY, CLARK ANDREW Pharmacy. ISSACSON, HELEN A S. JOHSON, MARTHA P. A S, Kappa Alpha Theta. JOHNSTON, GEORGE-ANN A S, Delta Gamma. JORDAN, STUART C. Engine, Phi Kappa Tau, Pentagon, Intramural, Gymnastics Team. KARATSCH, FLORINE A S. KEIRNES, PATRICIA Business, Treas. of Alpha Omicron Pi, Loan Fund Chairman, Housing Comm., Intramurals, Ski Club, Beta Sigma. KELLY, JOHN A. Engine, Phi Delta Theta, ASME, SAE. Phi Tau Sigma, Psi Eta Pi, Sumalia, Tau Beta Pi. 71 s. eniofd KIRKPATRICK, KATHRYN A S. KNIEVAL, KENNETH D. Engine, varsity football. KNOX, JUNIOR WALLACE Engine, Sigma Nu, Football. KLAVER, LINCOLN Engine, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Sigma Delta, AIEE, Intramurals. KNIGHT, LAWRENCE, JR. Engine. KOHN, MARY ELIZABETH Business, UWC, YWCA. KOUNTZ, M. ANN Business, Beta Sigma, Spur, Hes- peria. Student War Coucil, Fresh- man dorm pres., YWCA, Red Cross. KYLE, JAMES W. Engine. KRAMER, VIVIAN MARGARET A S. LANG, JO ANNE A S, Kappa Alpha Theta, News editor of S G, Orchesis pres., WAA treasurer, AWS. LANIER, SIDNEY JOSEPH Engine, Colo. Engineer, Phi Kappa Tau. LATTIMER, ELMER Engine, Phi Gamma Delta, Sumalia. Intramurals. LAUTMAN, LESTER Engine, Alpha Tau Omega. LEAF, MARJORIE ANN A S, WAA, Spur, Sigma Pi Sigma. 1 Porpoise. 72 s. eniorA LEDBETTER, LOY Engine, Phi Gamma Delta. LEONARD, RICHARD C. Engine, Phi Delta Theta, Chi Epsilon, ASCE, Intramurals. LILL, JEANNE A S, Pi Beta Phi, WAA, Dodo. YWCA, Intramurals, Coloradan, AWS, Vaudevillle, Red Cross. LING, SARAH ANNE A S, Pres. Barb Reeves, ISA Coun- cil, Sec. of Valkyrie, AWS hlouse of Representatives, Home Ec. Club. LOCKE, VELMA A S, Valkyrie, WAA, ISA Council Student Dance hHead. LO SASSO, ELAINE A S, UWC, Choir, Newman Club. Intramurals, LOVRET, EDWIN CLINTON Engine, Pres. of Phi Kappa Tau, In- ter-fraternity Council, Publicity Mgr. Colorado, Engineer, Knots and Fathoms. LEE, HARRY L, JR. Engine, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Tau Beta Pi, Recording Sec. of Sigma Tau, Pi Mu Epsilon, ASCE, Chi Ep- silon, Intramurals. LICHTY, JACK D. Engine. LINDBERG, JEROME L Engine, Delta Tau Delta, Intramur- Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Sig- als, ma Tau, ASME. LITTLE, ELIZABETH ANN A S, Chi Omega, Phi Chi Delta. LOEFFLER, M. JOHN A S, Pres. of Delta Phi Alpha. LOVE, MARTHA JANE A S, Delta Delta Delta, Choir, Home Ec. Club, YWCA Cabinet, Red Cross, Ski Club, WAA. LUSSKY, WARREN ALFRED A S, Gamma Delta. 73 s. eniors McAllister, e. Engine, Phi Delia The+a, ASCE, In- tramurals. McCABE, MARILYN Business, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Beta Sigma, Spur. McCarthy, james Engine, Alpha Tau Omega, Intra- McCLURG, CLAIRE A S. McFIE, RUTH E. Business, UWC, YWCA. S G, House of Representatives. MclNTYRE, GERRY A S. McLaughlin, charles ELMER Engine, Alpha Tau Omega, Psi Eta Pi, ASCE, Intramurals. A,..: i McALPINE, LOIS Business, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Beta Sigma. McCAMPBELL, CARROLL B. Engine, Acacia, AIEE, Intramurals. Boxing, Football. f.lcCLINTOCK, BARBARA A S, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, UWC. Inter-Church council, Christian Youth, YWCA, Pi Gamma Mu. McCRACKEN, WILLIAM H. Engine, Phi Delta Theta, Knots and Fathoms managing ed., Intramurals, Quarterdeck Club. t lcELVAIN, R. E. Engine. McKEE, ANNE A S, Alpha Omricon Pi vice-pres.. Players club. Ski club. MacLELLAN, JEAN A S. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Vaude- ville. CU Days. 74 s. eniors McMAHAN, PATSY Business, Kappa Alpha Theta, S G, WAA, Coloradan, CU Days Comm., Spur, UWC, YWCA, AWS Vaude- McPHERSON, DONALD G. Engine, Pres. of ASME, SAE, Colo- rado Engineer, Pi Tau Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, Psi Eta Psi, Dodo. MADDOX, RACHEL A S, ISA Council, ASUC Comm. Porpoise, Barb Reeves, Intramurals, UWC. MALLORY, CHARLES WILLIAM Engine, Delta Tau Delta, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Pi Tau Sigma, Psi Eta Pi, ASME, SAE, Intramurals. MARKEY, LORETTA A S, Alpha Chi Omega, WAA, Red Cross, UWC, Choir, AWS Vaudeville, Window. MARSHALL, JONATHAN A S, Editor of Window, Viking, Young Democrats, S G, CU Days, ASCD. MARSTON, DOROTHY A S, ISA, Stage Crew. McPHAIL, HARRIET Business, Kappa Alpha Theta, Beta Sigma, YWCA. MABRY, BETTY LEE A S. MAGRUDER, MARY ALICE A S, Alpha Delta Pi, Porpoise, WAA, Intramurals, Hockey Club. MANGAN, MARY LOU A S, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Home Ec. Club. MARSH, DORIS JOAN A S, UWC, Kappa Delta Pi. MARSHALL, MARY JANE Business, YWCA, UWC, Kappa Phi. tvlAYER, JACK E. Engine, Pi Kappa Alpha, Alpha Chi Sigma, AJEE. 75 s. en Lord MAYFIELD, RUTH Business, UWC, Beta Sigma. MAYER, MARILYNNE A S, Chi Omega, Panhellenic Council. Orchesis, Intramurals, Del- ta Phi Alpha. MINER, KATHERINE LOUISE Business. Beta Sigma, UWC. MENSE, JIM Engine, Kappa Sigma. MERCHANT, ARDIS M. A S, Pres. of Dorm, Coloradan, Do do, YWCA. UWC. MILLER, BEM K. Business, Pres. of Phi Sigma Delta, Pres. of Interfraternity Council, Adv. Mgr. of S G, Homecoming Comm. CU Days Comm. MOORE, O. L. Engine, Pres. of Phi Delta Theta, ASUC, Interfraternity Steering Comm., hHomecomlng, UHC. MOORE, WILLIAM B. Engine, Delta Tau Delta, SAE. IAS, Intramurals. MONTAGUE, PHYLLIS A S, Kappa Alpha Theta. ■ MESSINGER. RODERICK ' ■ A S. Pi Mu Epsilon, Star and Sex- tant. V MITCHELL, JOHN A S, Sigma Chi, pres., Intramurals. MOORE, ROBERT E. A S, Delta Tau Delta Treas.. Col- oradan. MOORMAN, JAMES B. Engine, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Chi Epsilon, Phi Eta Pi, ASCE. MORGAN, PHILIP R. Engine, Phi Kappa Tau. ASCE, Bus- iness Mgr. Colorado Engineer. 76 s. eniorA MORROW, LAWRENCE S. Engine, Chi Epsilon, ASCE, Intra- murals. MOUNGER, W. R. Engine, PI Kappa Alpha, Pi Tau Sig- ma, IAS. NELSON, PAULINE A S, Theta Sigma Phi, Kappa Tau Alpha, YWCA, Intramurals. NICHOLS, KEENE NYQUIST, DORIS MAE Music, Alpha Delta Pi, Band, UWC, Choir, AWS Vaudeville. O ' KEEFE, RAYMOND E. Engine, Phi Delta Theta, Eta Kappa Nu, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, AIEE. OLIVER, ROSS Business, Delta Tau Delta pres.. Homecoming Comm., Student Ac- tivity Comm., Interfraternity Coun- cil. MORTON, BEN LINCOLN Engine, Tau Beta Pi, Chi Epsilo n. ASCE, Intramurals. MURFIN, JO ANN A S, Pres. of Valkyrie, UWC, Mgr. of Intramurals, WAA, AWS Sen- ate, ISA Council. NEWELL, ROSEMARY Music, Chi Omega, Band, Orches- tra, Sec. of Psi Kappa Psi, Sigma Alpha lota, Newman Club. NIGRO, GLORIA ANN A S, S G, Window, Intramurals, UWC, Stage Crew, New Club. O ' KEEFE, JOSEPH DAMON A S, Phi Gamma Delta, S G, Adv. Mgr. of Dodo, Business Mgr. of Football Program. OLDS, HELEN JOAN Music, Chi Omega, Band, Sigma Alpha lota, Psi Kappa Psi, S G, Choir, Coloradan, UWC, Orches- tra. OLSON, AUDREY ELEANOR A S, UWC. 77 s. eniotA OLSON, EVA JEAN A S, Alpha Chi Omega, VIce-pres. of Red Cross, Pres. of YWCA UWC, CU Days Comm., AWS Vaudeville. OLSON, MARGARET A S. PAINE, BETTY LOU A S. Valkyrie, UWC, Kappa Delta OLSON, ILAMAE A S, Alpha Chi Omega, Campfire Guardian, VV ' AA, Intramurals, Fresh- man Dorm Counselor. OWELLS, ELIZABETH A S, Delta Delta Delta, WAA, YWCA, Window. PALMER, THELMA LOUISE A S. PANZELLA, TESSIE PALMYRA A S, UWC, Campus Club, AWS Vaudeville. PARKS, MARJIE A S, Hiking Club, Ski Club, ISA Council. PATTY, RILEY A S, Beta Theta Pi. PAYNE, DONALD T. Engine, AIEE, Intramural Football Eta Kappa Nu, Sigma Tau. PARKHILL, MARIE A S, Delta Gamma, Spur, Hes- peria, Pres. of Dorm Counselors, Treas. and Soc. Chairman of AWS, House of Representatives. PARRISH, ANNE A S. Alpha Delta PI, Pan-American Club, Choir. PAUL, MARCIA A S. PEASLEY, PHYLLIS A S, UWC, WAA, Intramurals, Choir. 78 s. eniotd PERKINS, BETTY A S, Trees, of UWC, Valkyrie. PERKINS, JEANETTE A S, Vice-pres. of Chi Omega, Coloradan, Dodo, YWCA, WAA, Spur, Orchesls. PESCHKE, ANN A S, Alpha Chi Omega, Red Cross, UWC. PETERSON, BERNICE Business, Beta Sigma, Valkyrie, UWC. PLOTKIN, SHELDON C. Engine, Phi Sigma Delta, Pi Mu Ep- silon, Eta Kappa Nu, AIEE. POWELL, ALBERT J. Engine, Pi Kappa Alpha, Phi Epsilon Phi, Eta Kappa Nu. PRICE, BETTY JEANNE A S, Ski Club, Orchesis, Intramur- als, ISA Vaudeville. T ' ' ,:- - PERKINS, JAMES W. A S, Phi Kappa Tau, Intramural Football. Drill Team. PERLMUTTER, LEONARD A S, Editor of S G, Editor of Foot- ball Programs, ASUC Comm., Intra- murals, Pi Mu Epsilon. PETERS, CHARLES H. A S, Kappa Sigma. PILLEP, EDWIN R. Engine, Off Campus Greeks. POPOULAS, ANGIE A S, Band. PRATT, JO Business, Pres. of Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pres. of Beta Sigma, Spur, Hesperia, Mortar Board, AWS Sen- ate, S G, CU Days Comm. PRZYGOCKI, A. CAMILLE A S, Pi Gamma Sigma. 79 s. eniorS PRZYGOCKI, RITA T. A S, Soc. Chairman of Campus Club, UWC. PROCTON, GERALDINE Business, Pres. of Freshman Dorm, Coloradan, Window, YWCA, WAA, Intramurals, UWC. RAMSTETTER, DONALD E. A S, Pres. of Sigma Nu, Vice-pres. of ASUC, Forensics, Interfrafernity, Phi Sigma lofa, Pi Gamma Mu Treas., Players Club, S G. RAYMOND, WILLIAM Engine. REED, FRED A. Engine, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Su- malia, Pi Tau Sigma, ASME, Ski Club. RENBERG, CLAIR Engine, Sigma Chi, Intramurals. RICH, ELIZABETH A S, Delta Delta Delta, Who ' s Who, Mortar Board, Kappa Tau Alpha, Editor S G. RAPALJE, VIRGINIA A S. Kappa Kappa Gamma, S G, WAA. REARDON, EARLL. Engine, Delta Tau Delta. REED, LUCILLE IRENE A S, Valkyrie, Reves, Home Ec. Club, UWC, Sec. of Campus Club. Intramurals. RENZ, RICHARD W. Engine, Phi Kappa Tau, Chi Epsilon, PI Mu Epsilon, ASCE. RICHARDS, SHIRLEY Business, Delta Gamma pres.. Dodo, YWQA, Ski Club, Intramurals. RIEDE, ANNAKATHERINE Business, Delta Gamma, Intra- murals. RILEY, ELVIN B. Engine, Kappa Sigma, Star and Sex- tant, ASUC Comm., King of CU Days, Intramurals, Homecoming, Knots Fathoms. 80 s. eniord RIZER, MARGARET RACHEL Business, UWC, Intramurals. ROBERTSON, HAROLD CLIFFORD Eng., Pi Kappa Alpha. ROHRBAUSH, ALLAN Engine, Kappa Sigma, Sumalia, Star Sextant, Varsity Football, Intra- murals, Knots Fathoms, ASME. ROSS, BETTY A S, Kappa Alpha Theta, AWS Comm., Coloradan, Orchestra. RUEB, BETTY LYNN A S. SAMSON, PATRICIA A S, Pi Beta Phi, WAA, Spur, Intra- fnurals. Red Cross, Senate. SAMUELSON, MARJORIE A S, UWC, WAA, YWCA. ROBERTSON, CARRIE LOUISE Business, WAA. ROBY, PAULA A S, Theta Sigma Phi, S S, Ski Club. ROSE, CLARK L. Engine. ROYER, DAVE Business, Beta Theta PI, SACK, HELEN Business, Choir. Ski Club, UWC, Beta Sigma. SAMUELSON, JOHN H. A S, Sigma Delta Chi, Ski Club. ;CHEELE, MELBA 81 s. eniotd SCHELL, BETTY Business, Kappa Kappa Gar Beta Sigma. SCHULTZ, MARY KAY Business. SCOTT, GEORGE EDMOND Engine, Alpha Epsllon Delta, Phi Epsilon Phi, Barb Reeves, Phi Delta Chi. SEIBOLD, MARY ANN A S, CD Days Comnn., Intramurals, WAA, ASUC, Red Cross, Home- coming, Cosmo Club. SEWELL, GERALDINE A S, Phi Chi Delta, Pi Gamma Mu. yfii SHIELDS, BETTY LOU Business, UWC, YWCA. SHULL, PAUL EDWIN Engine, Phi Delta Theta, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Epsilon Phi, Band. SCHRADER, ERNESTINE Music, Alpha Delta Pi, Sigma Alpha lota. Choir, YWCA, UWC. SCOTT, BONNIE A S, Choir, Players Club, hHouse of Representatives. SCOTT, MARJORIE A S, Kappa Alpha Theta, Intra- murals, Treas. of Spur, Hesperia, Pres. of Panhellenic Council, Phi Sigma lota. SELF, RUTH A S, Alpha Phi, Alpha Epsilon Delta. SHIBATH,TRUE A S. SHIMPFKY, BLANCHE A S, Phi Chi Delta, Vice-pres. of Home Ec. Club, Westminister oun- dation, UWC. SIEGFREID, EDITH A S. 82 s. eniorA SILVERMAN, JOSEPH Engine, Phi Sigma Delta, AIEE, Sig- ma Pi Sigma. SMITH, ADDIE MAE A S, Alpha Chi Omega, AWS Orientations, YWCA, Cabinet. SMYTH, JANE B. A S, Iota Sigma Pi, Alpha Epsllon, Delta, Intramurals, UWC. SOBOL, BEATRICE D. A S, Treas. of Delta Phi Epsilon, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Spur, Alpha Epsllon Delta, UWC, WAA. SORENSEN, JAMES PETER Engine. Rifle Team, Phi Kappa Tau. SPEARS, HOWARD Engine, Pi Kappa Alpha, ASME, Sigma PI Sigma, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau. STEVENS, GEORGE Engine. IAS, Intramurals. SMALL, LAWRENCE A S, S G, Young Democrat; ASUC. " - SMITH, ROBERT W. Engine, Alpha Tau Omega, Eta Kappa Nu, Intramurals. SNYDER, BARBARA A S, Valkyrie, Kappa Phi, UV C, hlome Ec. Club. SOMMER, BETTY JEAN A S, Phi Sigma lota. Young Demo- crats. SOUTHARD, MYRA JEAN A S, Coloradan, Red Cross YWCA, UWC. STANLEY, DORIS Business, Pi Beta Phi, Coloradan, Intramurals, Beta Sigma, WAA, Spur, YWCA. STEWART, JEANNE A S, AWS House of Representa- tives, UWC, Pan-American Club. 83 s. eniors STIRRETT, NANCY A S, YWCA, Window, S G, AWS Vaudeville, Intramurals. STRONG, GRANT Engine, Band, AIEE, Eta Kappa Nu, _, Tau Beta Pi. " ' SUPPLE, AGNES A S, UWC, YWCA. SWEARINGEN, BARBARA A S, Alpha Omicron Pi. TAYLOR, JOHN W. Business, Phi Delta Theta. STRAIN, ANNA MAE Music, Delta Delta Delta, Pres. of Panhellenic, Sigma Alpha lota, ASUC Comm. SULLIVAN, MARY ANN . A S, Off Campus Greeks, Dorm . Pres. WAA, Ski Club. SWANSON, OLIVER Engine. SVEDLAND, JOEL Engine, Alpha Tau Omega, Dodo, ASCE. TAYLOR, VIRGINIA A S, Pi Beta Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, Spur, WAA, Intramurals, Panhellenic Council, YWCA. THOMPSON, ROBERT DARLOW Engine, Kappa Sigma, ASCE, Intra- murals. THORNBERRY, MARGIE Engine, Band, Hockey Club, ASCE, SWE. TIETENBERG, FLORENCE A S. TODD, ROSEMARY A S, Kappa Alpha Theta, S G, Coloradan, Delta Phi Delta. »♦ s. eniorS TRAUB, MARILYN A S, YWCA, UWC, Pan-American Club, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 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JOAN; Arts and Sciences PETERSON, LOIS; Arts and Sciences PETERSON, PHYLLIS: Arts and Sciences PHILPOTT, JANE; Arts and Sciences PHILPOTT, MARY; Arts and Sciences POKRASS, ELISE; Arts and Sciences POOL, LAWRENCE: Arts and Sciences OUINETT, JEAN LOUISE; Arts and Sciences RADER, JOAN; Arts and Sciences RAGLE, DAVID; Engineering RANDELL, RUSSELL; Engineering RAU. FRANCES: Arts and Sciences RAVEL, SUE: Arts and Sciences RAYMOND, RUSSELL; Engineering READ, JAMES: Engineering RECK, ELEANORE; Arts and Sciences REICH, CHARLES; Engineering RENNICKE, BARBARA; Arts and Sciences RENOLLET, BETTY; Arts and Sciences 124 resh men RICE. BARBARA; Arts and Sciences RICE, MARGARET: Arts and Sciences RICE, RUTH; Arts and Sciences RICHARDSON, JUDY; Arts and Sciences RICHES, BARBARA; Arts and Sciences RIDER, CHARLES; Engineering RIEGLE, JOAN; Arts and Sciences RISH, HELEN; Arts and Sciences ROBERTS, DONEDWA; Arts and Sciences ROE, DON; Arts and Sciences ROELDER, JAMES; Engineering ROLL, STEVE; Arts and Sciences ROLLNICK, PHILLIP; Arts and Sciences ROLLOW, JOHN; Arts and Sciences ROSE, PATRICIA; Arts and Sciences ROSE, PAULA; Arts and Sciences ROSE, VINSTON; Engineering ROSENCRANS, HAROLD; Engineering ROSS, STANLEY; Arts and Sciences ROTE, RUTH: Arts and Sciences ROTHSCHOFF, KENNETH; Engineering ROSE, LOIS; Arts and Sciences RUBIN, GERALDINE; Arts and Sciences RUSSELL, JEAN; Arts and Sciences RYAN, BETTY ANNE; Arts and Sciences RYAN, BETTY: Arts and Sciences SA8IN, NANCY: Arts and Sciences SAINDON, MONA; Arts and Sciences SAMPSON, SHIRLEY ANN; Arts and Sciences SALEt, JEAN LOUISE; Arts and Sciences SASS, ANDREW; Engineering SASS, DONNA; Arts and Sciences 125 Credit men jM£k SEYBOLD, JEAN: Arts and Sciences SEYLER, ANNE: Arts and Sciences SHEPPARD, JANICE: Arts and Sciences SHIPP, MARY ANN: Arts and Sciences SIMMONS, JEAN: Arts and Sciences SIMONDS, NORMA; Arts and Sciences SMALL, MARY ELLEN: Arts and Sciences SMITH, DANA: Engineering SMITH, JANE RUTH: Arts and Sciences SMITH, JANET LOUISE: Arts and Sciences SMITH, MARY: Arts and Sciences SMITH, RAYMOND: Engineering SMITH, SHIRLEY: Arts and Sciences SMITH, SUE: Arts and Sciences SNOOK, JACKIE; Arts and Sciences SNOW, GORDON: Arts and Sciences 126 SAVAGE, BETTY; Arts and Sciences SCHAAF, DUANE; Arts and Sciences SCHAFFNER. PHIL; Engineering SCHAKLEFORD, JOHN; Engineering SCHERER, DOROTHY; Arts and Sciences SCHEMMEL, JANET ELEANOR; Arts and Sciences SCHENK, ROBERT; Engineering SCHLAFLE, IMOGENE; Arts and Sciences SCHLESINGER, BARBARA; Arts and Sciences SCHNEIDER, JOHN; Arts and Sciences SCHUHART, VERNE: Arts and Sciences SCHUMACHER, SUZANNE; Arts and Sciences SCHWARTZ, STANLEY; Arts and Sciences SCONCE, ARLENE; Arts and Sciences SCOTT, BLYTHE; Arts and Sciences SEELIG, ELEANOR; Arts and Sciences w :m resh men SOUSER, DOROTHY; Arts and Sciences SPACKMAN, KATHERINE; Arts and Sciences SPENCE, ELIZABETH: Arts and Sciences SPIES, BEVERLY; Arts and Sciences SPOON, ANN; Arts and Sciences STAILEY, JEAN; Arts and Sciences STAFF. LOIS; Arts and Sciences ST. CLAIR, DERREL; Arts and Sciences STEEL, LAURIE; Arts and Sciences STEEL. LAURIE; Arts and Sciences STERN, HARRIETT; Arts and Sciences STEWART. RUTH; Arts and Sciences STOEHR. RAYMOND; Arts and Sciences STOUT, BERNITA; Arts and Sciences STRANGHAN. MARY JANE; Arts and Sciences STOROER, WILLIAM; Arts and Sciences STUNKARD, MARIBELLE; Arts and Sciences SUNDOF. KENNETH; Arts and Sciences SWEARINGEN. NANCY; Arts and Sciences SWORDS, GEORGE; Arts and Sciences TAKETA, RURY; Arts and Sciences TAMATESIS, DONNY; Arts and Sciences TATEM, ANTOINETTE; Arts and Sciences TAYLOR, MARY BETH; Arts and Sciences TELFER, JAMES; Arts and Sciences TEMPLE, PATRICIA; Arts and Sciences TEPLEY, LEE; Engineering TEUTSCH. STANLEY; Arts and Sciences THAYER, MARGARET; Arts and Sciences THIESSEN, WILLOW; Arts and Sciences THOMAS, JOHN POWERS; Engineering THOMAS, LUCILLE; Arts and Sciences 127 re h men THORNE, BETTY JANE: Arts and Sciences TILCON. ANN: Arts and Sciences TONIBLIN, DOROTHY: Arts and Sciences TOWER, MITZI: Arts and Sciences TOZER, JANET; Arts and Sciences TRAEDER, JOANNE: Arts and Sciences TREEMAN. NORMA: Arts and Sciences TUCKER, ELEANOR: Arts and Sciences TURNER. JOHN: Arts and Sciences VanDeCAR, HELEN: Arts and Sciences VanHOOKEBEKE, GEORGE: Engineering VAUTROT. VIRGINIA; Arts and Sciences WAHL. I. W.: Engineering WAHLER, MARILYN; Arts and Sciences WALLACE. WENDY; Arts and Sciences WALTER, PATRICIA JEAN; Arts and Sciences WARDEN, ROBERT; Arts and Sciences WARREN, ANNE; Arts and Sciences WORNER, JACQUELINE: Arts and Sciences WARNES, BYRON; Engineering WATCHIE, JOHN; Engineering WATSON, MARJORIE: Arts and Sciences WAYLAND, JOANNE; Arts and Sciences WAXMAN, MILTON: Engineering WEEDMAN, LORRAINE; Arts and Sciences WELLMAN, MARY JANE; Arts and Sciences WHEELER, SUE; Arts and Sciences WHITE, ALICE MARY; Arts and Sciences WHITE, CORLISS; Arts and Sciences WHITE, SALLY; Arts and Sciences WHITMAN, NANCY; Arts and Sciences WIENKE, SALLY; Arts and Sciences 128 L-... :. . ' -unf resh men WICKIZER, HELEN; Arts and Sciences WILCOZ, RUSSELL: Engineering WILCOXIN, DONNA; Arts and Sciences WILLIAMS, JOHN; Engineering WILLIAMS, CLARENCE; Arts and Sciences WILLIAMS, JACKIE; Arts and Sciences WINNETT, ANN PATRICIA; Arts and Sciences WINTERHALTER, MARY JANE; Arts and Sciences WOOD, EGBERT; Arts and Sciences WITSELL, ELEANOR; Arts and Sciences WOOD, JOHN; Arts and Sciences WOOD, RUSSELL; Arts and Sciences WOODWARD, HERBERT; Arts and Sciences WRIGHT, CLINTON; Engineering WYLIE, BILL; Engineering Vv ROE, SHIRLEY; Arts and Sciences YOUNG, CHARLES; Arts and Sciences YOWELL, KENT; Arts and Sciences BERKSTRESSER, JOAN; Arts and Sciences 129 » Louise — puleese Retribution- Back to nature — cJLlfe at C . lA ' Tl- ' long and short of it. Five little ones Dirty deal School Of- c Law President Bar Assoc. -student FRANK HOCKENSMITH The returning of the Veterans is continually increasing the enrollnnent of the Law School. It is once more resuming its place of importance on the University ' s campus. The present enrollment is approximately 120 students. There are within the school legal fraternities such as Phi Alpha Delta and Phi Delta Phi. With this rapid increase, the University of Colorado will be noted for its outstanding Law School. 131 icine School Of HVledlci JUNIORS OfRcers President JAMES E. STRAIN Vice President WILLIAM H. WEIDMAN Secretary-Treasurer DORIS M. ROWE Honor Committee GEORGE B. BALDERSTON Top row, left to right: Hopkins, Johnion. Edwars, OUen, Shwayder. Muotlor. Abrums. Batos, Coliopy. Third row: Phillipi. Blackwood, Monroe, Tyor, Rothonborg, Witt, Millar, Brinkhaus, Stryker, Yockoy, Gioonliaigh, Alborg, Smith, Saslaw, Hoylo, Tipton. Second row: McCallin, Sinton, W. H. Sinton, Bartoe, Ryder, Peterson, Melons, Sanborn, Bionfin, Linton. Bottom row: Coz;otto, Baldorslon, Woidman, Basinger, Strain, Greene, Slein, Kent. Gelfinan. Hoffman. 132 icine cltool of i IHedlcii SOPHOMORES OfRc President Vice President Secretary-Treasurer Honor Committee JAMES DUMM KENNETH OWENS MARY LOU BARKER LEE STEELE Top row, left to right: Edmark, Mcnell, Gallagher, Castellano, Elliott, Treat, Carlton. Barber, Pallocit, Nelson. Trueblood, Turner. Third row: Yardy, Thompson, Clark, Berman, Podmajersky, Rupp. MacHoftle, McCrary, Procter, Jacques, Craighead, Dumm. Ireland. Second row: Edwards. Anderson, Goodman, Cosand, Streamer, Knox, Scott, Hutner. Francis, Hum- phries, Lawrence, Boal, Clouser. Bottom row: Steele, StangI, Duman, Perkin, Leon, Owens, Robinson, Wyatt, Nicoletti, Lavitt Barker Riggs. 133 S ckooi Of ilHedlci icine FRESHMAN President . Vice President .. Secretary-Treasurer Honor Committee Officers ROBERT J. BEVERIDGE ROLLIN THOMPSON DOROTHY A. STOTT WALTER W. MELVIN Top row, Uft to right: Derry, McCarville. Lanqerat, Williams, Holtlcamp. Crumbaker. Willoughby, Gllmoro. Partington, Garner, Third row: Bochtold, Bevoridqe. Talbart, McKinloy. Boyd, Mclonathon, Melvin, Holt, Roberts. Second row: Lahoy, Lambert, Chandler, Heller, O ' Neil, Kruso, Lampo, Ridenour, Arnold, Hanson. Bottom row: Roberts, Thompson, R„ Smith, Marks, Woelbing, Smith, P„ Smith, D„ Palmes, Nelms, Stott, Looschor, Havorstock, 134 y udlnedd School Officers President . - JO PRATT Vice President MARTHA GRIFFITHS Secretary DORIS STANLEY Treasurer . MAMIE CHASE Representatives: DAVE HENDERSON, JANET BACKMAN, JIM AUSTIN Faculty Advisor: DEAN PETERSEN. The " B ' school like our other schools here on the campus has active organizations. Some of these are Beta Sigma business sorority, Beta Gamma Sigma, scholastic society, Beta Alpha PsI, accounting fraternity. The Board of Directors Is made up of four senior members — officers and three junior representatives. The big social event was a dance put on by and for the " B " school. 135 S cnooi of I h urdin 9 The School of Nursing student body which during the year has a mennbership of approximately 200 under- graduate degree students and 75 graduate nurse students is organized under two divisions. The Nursing Majors Association on the Boulder cam- pus and the Student Association in the Hospital Division at Denver are organized to promote the professional nursing interests of the group. Boulder Division Nursing Majors Asociation Officers President SHIRLEY YOUNGLUND Vice President ESTHER COLE Secretary GWENDOLYN THOMAS Treasurer JANET BOLLES Faculty Advisors MRS. H. A. LOUGHRAN and MRS. P. P. COULTER Graduate Chairman BETTY ROWLANDS Sophomore Chairman MILDRED JUHL Freshman Chairman DORIS McMAHAN Firjt row: Blosor, Fuller. MichoN, Corry. F. Johnson, Day, Hllillcor. Second row: Flandors, Thomas, Whilmoro, Boyle, Carlisle, Ganser, Salel, Richardson. Third row: Bato:., Mikholl, Wallace, Moots, Hildonbrandl, Quosnoy, Bogard, Johns. 136 School ot I lurAina DENVER DIVISION Student Association Officers BETTY CHENEY President CAROL KESSEY Vice President CHARLENE STRATTON Secretary DOROTHY HUTTON Treasurer Class Class Representatives Faculty Sponsors Senior, Section I DORIS LATHROP MARY CHARLTON Senior, Section II LOUVERTA BRITT HALCIE BOYER Junior, Section I JANICE MARCY DOROTHY STALLMAN Junior, Section II MARGARET HUDSON ARLINE MAGNUSSON Sophomore, Section I CLARISSA HOWARD FRANCES OWEN Sophorriore, Section II JANET BOLLES ELIZABETH HARRIS Top left to right: Britt, Brown, Byrd, Cheney, Clark, Cot+rell, Curtze. Dudley, Erfert, Fields, Fischer, Fish, Foote. Grisson, Helbusch, Hetei. Hogarth, Holt, Hurja, Hutton. Kessey, LaSalle. Lathrop, Parks, Penland, Poole, Powell, Robbins, Shimizu, Smith. Starr, Stocker, Stratton, Swansori Swenson, Tanita. Traeder, Underman, Wltbeck, Zurick. 137 JUNIORS Left to right: row 1: MIrama. Loclchardt. Marcy. Green, Collins. Dicks, Porter, Marshall, Hammerstrom, Nichols. D.nsmore: row 2; Walker. Swan, Boozer, Bladholm, Van Valkenburgh, McCord. Buettel, Carnahan. Barker, McDaniel, Bart, Martin. Koenig: row 3; Rueqqeberb. Wood- bury, Thomas, Price, Snow. Roberts, Hudson. Eagles, Greenwood, Jenkins. Ress. SOPHOMORES Left to right: row I; Gurbardi. Lambrecht. Pahljina, Post Jones. Busselle, McPhail. Stromquist. Paisley, WlI ' man, Gv Gi.h,n, Stark, Platz, Smith. Howard. Willi: row 2; Harman. Wilson, Nelson. SOPHOMORES , „,, , , Loft to right: row I; Mulion, Jaoqor. Michaels. Leonard. SchuUio. Fisho-: row 2; Younqlund, Cox, Christiansen, Lmk, Bollos, Frosheiser. 138 [MdTOT. B OARD STYLE F ' m THE KAPPAS STUDYIN G?] ' i .i II t m ttm i» .» «j. »••»• ••■■ « ' :i l: SlS i l merican (I5eauue5y L. t . tule ALAN LADD 142 ( oiotadan vi u MISS JACQUELINE ANDERSON Second f- lace lA u MISS NANCY KING 144 OkijPlace m. MISS WANDA GRANT 145 ASeautu yQ i ueens MISS ELAINE BACH Honorable Mention 146 C M oUai S (cs u MISS NANCY STRADER 147 J omecomina ueen MISS BEVERLY BRIDGE 148 C naine ( 3ait (c w MISS PAT ST. CLAIR 149 k ORGANIZATION W iiw wmi iwa II WilWpWWTWW—w ' Wi " ' ■ " I " Plii Beta J(o appa pp OfRcers President PROF. GEORGE F. REYNOLDS Secretary-Treasurer MISS CLARIBEL KENDALL 1st Vice President PROF. FRANK E. E. GERMANN 2nd Vice President MISS PAULINE MARSHALL 3rd Vice President FREDERICK D. BRAMHALL Members June 1945 Dr. Reuben Gilbert Gustavson Miss Dorothy Ruth Rogers Miss Shirley Lois hHopl;inson Miss Venna SInema Mr. Paul F. hlultquist Miss Charlotte Stevenson Miss Lolita Miera Miss Lenore A. Westermann Miss Marian Alice Peebles October 1945 Mr. hiarlan Bartram Miss Flora O. Sanger Miss Nancy Nell Embree Miss Rose Wiesman Mr. Benjamin E. Robinson February 1946 Miss Florence E. hiart Miss Patricia Ann Martin Miss Masae Charlotte Iwata Floyd I. Pendell Miss Barbara L. McClintock Claribel Saunders Faculty Members Mrs. htope Bjuner hHorace Jones Marjorle Reyburn James W. Broxon Paul Hultquist Mrs. Edna Davis Romig Roy Alan Cox Claribel Kendall Mrs. Wilma D. Schoolland Angeline Figley John Lacher Paul G. Schroeder Percy S. Fritz Leslie L. Lewis Robert L. Stearns Frank E. E. Germann Frances Strlbic Betty Stock Benjamin S. Galland Mrs. Vernon Loughran Frederick Storke Colin Goodykoontz Rollin K. McCombs Ida Swayne Richard Gregg Irene McKeehan Omer C. Stewart Stewart C. hiarvey John S. Meek hiarrlson S. Thomson Louise Hering Charles H. Norris Mabel Van Duzee Werner Hertz Jack Ogilvy Edward J. V est Fritz L. FHoffmann Mrs. Jack Ogilvy Francis Wolle Mrs. Frances Jameson Mrs. Joe Reddick , Philip Worcester 1S3 CLU d elcL f i Left to righf: row I: O ' Keefe. Moorman, Mason; row 2: Lindberg, Fox. Arnberg. Wyche, Ross; row 3: Gleghorn, Daniels, Reed, Morton, Reardon. Spears; back row: Fletcher, Kyle, Kelly, Strong, Mallory, Walker. Those not present when the picture was taken; Coons, Lee, Timmer. Weaver, Wheatly, Bogott. Offic President Vice President Corresponding Secretary Recording Secretary. __ Treasurer. Cataloger Arnberg, Tom Bogott, Lawrence Coons, Mark H. Daniels, Harry Feuerstein, William Fletcher, John Gleghorn, George Krusmarit, Donald Kelley, John LEROY MASON JAMES WYCHE JOHN FLETCHER HARRY LEE PROFESSOR W. S. BEATTIE PROFESSOR A. J. McNAIR Active Members Kyle, James Lee. Harry Lindberg, Jerry Mallory, Charles Mason, Leroy Morton, Ben Moorman, James O Keefe, Raymond Reardon, arl Reed, Fred Ross, James Spears, Howard Strong, Grant Timmer, John Weaver. Wayne Wyche, James Walker, Charles iVlortur ll5oard Left to right, row I: Pratt, Quarnberg, Parkhill, Detweiler, Graves, Emmett. Row 2: Wheeler, Mrs. R. L. Stearns. Mrs. BIy E. Curtis, Mrs. C. Westermeier, Wilson. Officers President VIRGINIA WHEELER Vice President JOAN PRATT Secretary-Treasurer ...BARBARA GRAVES Historian MARGARET DETWEILER Members Detweiler, Margaret Emmett, Persis Graves, Barbara Johnson, Charlotte Parkhill, Marie Pratt, Joan Quarnberg, Adele Rich, Betty Wheeler, Virginia Wilson, Marie ISS J4. eApetia Left to right: Actives: row I: Kountz, Hylan. Stanley, Chase: row 2: Scott, Freeman Parkhill, Hayes. Wilson, Gasser; left to right: Pledges: row I: Hall. Schwalbe: row 2: Bigelow, Chambers, Robinson, Bunting, Bartram. Eroddy, Breclaw; row 3: Scott, Briscoe. Lee, Boyle, Wagner, Bowers, Strader. President _. Vice President Secretary . Treasurer Officers XENIA STANLEY ANNE KOUNTZ ANNE HYLAN MAMIE CHASE Chase, Mamie Comer, Adrian Farrand, Janet Freeman, Ann Members Gasser, Sue hiayes, Ruthann tHylan, Anne Kountz, Anne Parkhill, Marie Scott, Marjorie Rodman Snyder, Margaret Hill Stanley, Xenia Wilson, Marie Bartram, Marjorie Bigelow, Helen Bowers, Barbara Boyle, Billle Breclaw, Teresa Pledges Briscoe, Jane Bunting, Mary Alice Chambers, Mary Alic Eroddy, Jane Hall, Margaret Lee. Nancy Robinson, Joyce Scott. Maxine Strader. Nancy Schwalbe. Jo Anne Wagner, Nonnie umalla Aunlor 11 lllen d J i onotar Left to right: top row: Riley, Eggers, Peters, Kasari, Lattime Daigneault, Tanner. Chlpman. Hunter, Gnadinger. Reed, Er bottom row: Patton, Broyles. DIclcey, Royer, Schroeder, Kel , McCubbin; middle row: ckson, Phillipson. Murtha: y, Dorough. Officers Presldenf JOE BEN DICKEY. JR. Vice President and Secretary DAVID ROYER Faculty Sponsor and Treasurer DEAN HARRY CARLSON Mfembers Riley, Elvin B. Eggers, hHomer Peters, August Kasari, Elmer Lattimer, Elmer McCubbin, Clinton Daigneault, Charles Tanner, Arthur Chipman, Robert Gnadinger, Jack Reed, Fred Erickson, Kurt Phillipson, Robert Murtha, John Patton, Robert Broyles, Thomas Dickey, Jo Ben Royer, David Schroeder, James Kelly, John Dorough, Joe Rohrbaugh, Allan hlunter, Robert 157 Adams, Harriet Auger, Patricia Bartram, Marjorie Bigelow, Helen Bowers, Barbara Boyle, Billie Breclaw, Teresa Brown, Collier Bunting, Mary Alice Butto, Katherine Carlson, Barbara Left to right: row I: Bowers, McCabe, Watkins, Boyle, Edwards, Strader, Hawkins, Joffee, Lee, Davis, Southward. Breclaw; row 2: Robinson. Herrick. Hall. Slayton. Von Hoist. Dinner, Ward. Scott. Wright, St. Clair. Rich. Pryor, Sethman. Peering. Top- ping. Auger. Williams, Stanton; row 3: Smith. Cooper. Lindeman. Morrell. Rigginbach. Merritt, Carson, Bigelow. McKeever, Hylan. Brown. Eroddy, Lee Row, Bartram, Chan. Adams, Bunting, Hutchinson. Officers President NANCY STRADER Vice President BILLIE BOYLE Secretary JEA N HAWKINS Treasurer RUTH EDWARDS Historian PATRICIA JOFFEE Sponsor MISS KANOUSE Members Chambers, Mary Alice Hawkins, Jean Martr, Dorothy Chan, Edythe Heffner, Alyce McCabe, June Cooper, Mary Jean Herrick, Elaine McKeever, Betty Davis, Eileen Hogaboom, Ann Merritt, Elaine Deering, Toni Huggins, Martha Morrell, Renee Dennis, Colleen Hutchison, Barbara Pryor, Marjorie Dinner, Shirley Hylan, Ellen Rich, Mary Sue Edwards, Ruth Joffee, Patricia Riggenbach, Shirley Eroddy, Jane Lee, Nancy Robinson, Joyce Googe, Mary Lee Pow, Cynthia Scott, Maxine Hall, Margaret Lindenman, Joan Sethman, Mary Slayton, Nancy Smith, Carolyn Smith, Irene Southward. Jane Stanton, Jeanne Strader, Nancy St. Clair, Patricia Topping, Barbara Von Hoist, Marion Ward, Barbara Watkins, Phyllis Williams, Jane Wright, Rosemary ■ ' " ni C pillon f- lti Left to right: row I: Narum, Dunn, Folsom, Raymond, Johnson; row 2: Jackson, Evans, Dods. Groesbecic, Karlson, DiLorenzo; row 3: Ledbet+er, Burns, Powell, Davis, Hof- heinz. Martini, Sampson; row 4: Collins, Meyers, Bradshaw, Anderson. Officers President LOU DODS Vice President RUSSEL GROESBECK Secretary DONALD EVANS Treasurer WESLEY KARLSON Members Anderson, Eric Burns, Jack Branflick, Robert Collins, Bowman Davis, John DiLorenzo, Raymond Dods, Lou King Dunn, Louis Ecklund, Larry Eggers, Homer Evans, Donald Ferrell, Michael Folsom, hlugh Gilmore, Keith Gleghorn, George Gordon, Steve Gray, Allen Groesbeck, Russel Hofhienz, Martin Jackson, Paul Johnson, T. C. Johnson, William N. Karlson, Wesley Ledbetter. Loy Martini, William Meyers, Frank C. Narum, Earl Newlon, Richard Powell, Albert Raymond, William Sampson, Milton Shull, Paul Whitley, Edward Wyche, ' James 159 R. eeued President . Vice President Secretary .. Offl. BILL MAIKOVICH . MILLE BEVANS ANN COBLENTZ Anderson, Elenor Bevans, Mllle Brammer, Charlotte Carlisle, Margaret Carrol, John S. Casto, Norma Coblentz, Ann Dice, Doris Gehlert, Margaret Good, Ann Greer, Maureen hlan«3n, Marilou Members Herrick, Elaine Johnson, Florence Maddox, Rachel Malkovich, Bill Mikawa, Alice Morris, John R. Orazem, Don Patterson, Pat Pingel, Betty Romer, Kathryn Saunders, Winnifred Selter, Kathleen Sinton, Wilbur Shaw, Doris Silner, Terry Sobey, Margarita Spraitzer, Violet Staff. Lois Synder, Barbara van Hoorebeke, George Waxman, Milton Whitmore, Phyllis Weiner, Jackie Muth, Joan 160 yriphci C psllon djeitci Left to right: top row: Henry, Bramson, Perrella, Googe. Dinner, Dicic, Riggenbach: middle row: Heppting, Smutny, Celen+ano, Witt, Weiner, Crawford. Farabaugh; boftom row: Koll, Lutz. Case, Saunders. McCabe. Hall. Officers President . STANLEY WEINER Vice President JUNE McCABE Secretary SHIRLEY RIGGENBACH Treasurer GEORGE HEPPTING Historian DON BENNALLACK Scalpel Reporter ORLANDO CELENTANO Members Case. Dorothy Weiner. Stanley McCabe, June Riggenbach, Shirley Heppting, George Bennailack, Don Celentano, Orlando Hall, Margaret Perrella, Dolores Smutny, Edgar Saunders, Claribel Lutz. Harriette Farabaugh. Leonard Dinner, Shirley Bramson, Pat Koll, Jean Googe. Mary Henry, Patty Dick. Betty 161 nterlccLn nstllule of C lectrlcal C naineerd r © Q Left to right: top row: Plotkin, Roberts, Strong, Smith, Brereton, Mathias: middU row: Bell, McFarlane, Grimbsy Whiting, Fredericks, O ' Keefe; botton row: Tomsic, Fox, Donaldson, Mason. Officers President EDWARD RDX Vice President GEORGE DONALDSON Secretary LEROY MASON Treasurer EDWARD TOMSIC Members P- Abbott, J. H. Bingham, Prof. L. A Branflick, R. A. Brown, E. L. Barrell, R. F. Bell, S. A. Brereton, D. S. Carman, C. C. Clark, D. E. Carrington, G. L. DuVall, Prof. W. C. Donaldson, G. H. Davis, J. P. Dorking, K. L. Easton, Prof. F. A. Feuerstein, W. L. Fox, E. J. Grimm, R. L. Grimbsy, A. E. Gleghorn, G. J. Glore, J. P. Hungerford, J. M. Hall, W. P. Kaylor, K. K. Korhner, J. L. Klaver, A. L. McCormick, Prof. C. M. McFarlane, H. B. McCampbeil Mason, L. J. Mathias, R. A. Matthews, R. H. Nelson, R. S. Narum, E. R. Palmer, Prof. H. Patton, H. W. Payne, D. T. Plotkin, S. C. Peper, J. J. Pecoraro. C. A. Rohr, D. M. Rose, C. L Roberts, R. Smead, H. J. Smith, R. W. Strong. G. H. Sullivan, F. L. Swanson, O. H. Tomsic. E. M. Wicks, Prof. P. Whiting, R. E. Wyche, J. C. Webb, C. S. Whitney, E. J. Winthrop, A. S. 162 tpka J- ni KJmeaci Left to right: top row: Yates, Ray. Kellars, Kruse, Lewis; row 3: Malehorn, Freundlicfi, Martini, Grote. Norgren, Rouse, Welsby, Watts; row 2: Collins, Crosman, Peacock, Abbot, Colter, Dawson, Officers President J. H. ABBOTT Vice President R. J. TIMMERMAN Secretary B. COHEN Treasurer J. COLTER Historian D. KRUSE Reporter M. FREUNDUCH Members Abbott, J. H. Kelly, A. L Collins, B. C. Cox, J. Brereton, D. S. Nordwald, L Martini, W. Benedict, D. B Cohen, C. B. Norgren, C. T. Malehorn, M. Watts, J. N. Frederickson, R. Patton, H. W. Colter, J. Srote, B. Heckendorn, J. Peacock, E. M. Kellars, J. Freundllch, M. Johns, R. 1. Rotenberg, M. Ray, A. Rouse, P. Kruse, D. J. Timmerman, R. J. Skipp, M. Yates, H. 163 tnerlcan S ocietu of i lull C nalneerA OfRcers for Fall Term President Vice President Treasurer Secretary . JAMES ROSS RICHARD LISCO L S. MORROW JOHN TIMMER Officers for Spring Term President . GEORGE KNOEBLER Vice President CARL L. SMITH Treasurer DONALD E. SMITH Secretary . ROBERT DOAK Active Members Abbott, Robert Berg, Tlmmye Blensly, Robery Bogott. Lawrence Brewer, Charles Bromberg, Milton Burns, Jack Chlpman, Robert Coons, Mark Dickey, Joe Doak, Robert Dumler, Fred Dunn, L E. Durr, Eugene Elllngson, ttarold Farrar, Chapman Frischer, Donald George, Clifford Gerke, Richard Haughton, William tHunter, Robert Lee, Harry Leonard, Richard Mc Allister, Eugene Mc Intosh, Oakley Mc Laughlin, Charles Mc Mahon, Charles Masquera, Rafael Miller, Eugene Moorman, James Morgan, Phillip Morrow, Lawrence Morton, Ben Myers, William Perry, Robert Powell, Robert Renz. Richard Ross, James Sargent, Robert Scaggs, Arthur Seeber, Norton Shapiro, Robert Smith, Carl Smith, Donald Svedlund, Joel Thompson, Robert Thornberry, Margie Tlmmer, John Weaver. Wayne Weisz. Charles Williams, Walla Wilson, Louise Young, Robert merlcan S ocietu ot i v lecltanlcal C nalneer5 Left to right: row I: Squier, Reddinger, Beck, Shul+7, Gudeman: row 2: Spears, Kuh, Woodis, Kelly, Rutherford, Lanza, Reardon; row 3: Hughes, Marquand, Lee, Mallory; Krusemark, Shutts, Roberts. Officers President JOHN KELLY Chairman . ... KENNETH MARQUAND VIce-Chalrman FRED REED Secretary . BETTY BECK Treasurer FRANK SQUIER Sponsor WAYNE BEATTIE Members Beck, Betty Brown, Robert Broyles, Tom Fletcher, John Gudeman, David Hackett, Raymond Horner, Raymond Hughes, William Kelly, John Kuh, Louis Krusemark, F. D. Lanza, Dennison Lee, G. S. LeRoux, Gene Lindberg, Jerome Lyon, Tom Marquand, Kenneth Mallory, C. W. Mounger, William Mowbray, Paul Norwald, Leo Reardon, Earl Reed, Fred Reddinger, Koe Roberts, J. M. Rutherford, Norman Rusk, Carl Sampson, Milton Schwalbe, Jo Anne Shultz, Peggy Shutts, W. H. Spears, Howard Squier, Frank Woodis, William 165 eia Si 9 ma Right to left: row I: Marye, Chase, McAlpine. Mayfield. Kountz; row 2: Griffiths. Miner, Braddy, Enevoldsen. Bachman, Graham, McCabe. McPhail; row 3: Sark, Gibson, Griffiths, Detweiler, Pratt. Bentson, Danden, Schell, Stanley. Van Horn. Officers Presidenf LOIS McALPINE Vice-President . PATRICIA GRIFFITHS Secretary .. . .. MARILYN McCABE Treasurer .. PAT KEIRNES Members Bachman. Janet Green, Mary Ann Schell, Betty Benson. Carol Griffiths, Martha Stanley. Doris Broddy, Vaunulle Kountz. Ann Van hlorn. Mary Chase, Mamie Marye. Patty Sue Hohn. Mary Detweiler, Margaret Mayfield. Ruth LeRay, Elaine Dimmick. Betty McPhail. hHarriet Beamen, Dorothy Douden. Catherine Miner, Katherine Ohler. Hazel Enwaldsen, Charlotte Pratt. Joan Bivans. Caryl Noisier. Helen Gibson, Ruth Sack. Helen Graham, Ellen Nichols, Kune 166 i uffSLi CU Left to right, row I: Kerr, Welch, Krause, Kennedy, Hauth, Davis L, Martin, Davis B., Riches, Simonds, Carlisle, Rodecic: row 2: Kresge, Temple, Henderson, Mil ' er, Bett- huaser, Segal, Milbjrn, Pov.-ell, Vail, Timmer, Kaub, O ' Donnell, Munk, Edwards: row 3: Sabin, Tomblin, Ferguson, Chase, Love, Kemper, Brown, Steel, Kendall, Ball, Foley, Anderson, Holter, Pronske, Gray, Djnn, Casto: row 4: MacNeal, Seyler, Balch, Vautrot, Killiar, Everham, White, O ' Rouke, Schwiike, Hammond, Janson, Ham- mond. NIelson, Bergeson, Rich, Colaiano, Myers, Rennicke. Officers President . TOM LYON Vice President .. .. . . CHUCK REICH Secretary MARY SETHMAN Treasurer ADA DURRANCE Publicity BILLEE BOYLE Entertainment BUNNY SMYTH Transportation .. . HAROLD DAVID Coach JOHN PEDERSON Captain .._ . JERRY GENN 167 dsfuff kl y lub Left to right, row I: Samuelson, Chase. G.. Chase, B., Wilson, Simon, Reed, Holdern, Dennis, Coffin. WIeneke, Riegle, Allen, Eaton; row 2: Fitihugh, Leonard, Grisham, Bachus, Loffswold, Sample. Cormack. Hill, Rummerfleld. Nightingale. Hill. Hockett, Coleman, Young, Sandberq, Sethman, Nichols: row 3: Peterson. Fowler. Sheaff. Dimmick. Shult2. Linke, Dunn. Carter, Hansen, Brummer. Ewy. Browne. Lauterbach, McCarthy. Rickly, Johns. Lynch, Niebel: row 4: Williams, Street. Keirnes, Kopecky, Giberson, Treinen, Renollett, Parks Gray. Erickson. Dodge. Kvester. Wlllbanks, Sparling, Reynolds, Feinberg. Cohen, Schoelzel. Davis. Wampler. LEADING THE TRAILS ni C pdlton Left to right: row I; Timmer, Morrow, Moorman. Wilson. Weaver. Leonard, Thompson. D. Smith; row 2: Young. Renz. Gerke, Morton. Hunter, Williams. Coons; row 3: Blensly. Bromberg, Bogott, Knoeber, Hogue, Ross. Officers President _ JAMES ROSS Vice President JAMES MOORMAN Secretary HARRY LEE Treasurer RICHARD LEONARD Associate Editor, " Transit " WAYNE WEAVER Faculty Sponsor WARREN RAEDER Members Blensly, Robert Bogott, Lawrence Bromberg, Milton Coons, Mark Doak, Robert Gerke, Richard Knoeber, George Lee, Harry Leonard, Richard Morrow. Lawrence Morton, Ben Moorman, James Myers, William Renz, Richard Ross, James Smith, Carl Smith, Donald Thompson, Robert Timmer, John Weaver, Wayne Williams, Glenn Wilson, Louise Young, Robert Hunter, Robert 169 (cosmopolitan (dub Left to right: row I: Bock. Wong, Amemiya, Lee; row 2: Stepanel, Niliji.-. i ' L bins, Eakins, Byrnes. Foley; row 3: Sato. Kennedy. Hayashl. Yip. Medrano. Ray, Jones. Li. Officers President PAT BYRNES Vice President JERI FOLEY Secretary ELLIE EAKINS Corresponding Secretary GOOD QUEY WONG Treasurer JULIA NAKAGAWA Sponsor MR. GEORGE DOBBINS Members Adachi, Ayako Amemiya, Sam Benson, Marie Bock, Ed Byrnes, Pat Eakins, Ellie Foley, Jerl Fujli, Oella Furukawa, Elsie Har+man, Noreene Hidaka, Minnie Hashimoto, Harry Hayashi, Tom Satoshi Jones, Elaine Kawaka.mi, Bertha Kennedy, Nancy Kosuga, Sai Laketa, Lury Lee, Gim Suey Lee, l-Ylng Mattoon, Margaret Medrano, Ariel Mori, Grace Nakagawa. Amy Nakagawa, Helen Nakagawa, Julia Okumoto, Aileen Philpy, Rosemary Ray, Tony Sieroto, relia Tsuruda. Mirako Janet Tung. Admin Yamaguchi, Kay Yip, Benjamin Wickizer, Helen Wong, Good Quey 170 cfDance Cy Left to right: front row: Borst, Bush, McKeever. Shulman; middle row: Cardinal; bacit row: Kendrick, Mayer, Lang, Canine. President Secretary Officers JO LANG BETTY BORST Arfsten, Gloria Bascom, Frances Borst, Betty Brown, Collier Bush, Kay Canino, June Cardinal, Peggy R. Castle, Gloria Dryden, Sheila Members Goodier, Yvonne Irey, Charlotte Kendrick, C. Anne Lang, Jo Lerner, Connie McKeever, Betty Mayer, Marilynne Moore, Marilyn Nast, Margaret Opdycke, hHarriet Russel, Smokey Shulman, Elaine Utgard, Pa+ti Van De Car, hielen Veazie, Unice Wenzel, Carol Whitson, Shelby Wilcox, Allene 171 rrUeltci I hi yrtphcL Left to right: back row: Peschke, Davis, Hylan, Chase, Amemiya, Ceientano, Loeffler Mayer. Grey, Neisier: seated: Eddy, Bainer, Westermeier, Hayes, Loeffler. Officers President MIRIAM BAINER Vice President JEAN LOEFFLER Secretary-Treasurer LOUELLA EDDY Member at Large RUTHANN HAYES Faculty Members Bar+ram, Harlan Bettger, William Chase, George Faye, Paul-Louis Loose, Gerhard Poley, Margaret Schroeder, Paul Westermeier, Theresa 172 Members Amemiya, Isamu Ceientano, Orlando Culpepper, Gideon Davis, Eileen Grey, Dorothy Hylan, Anne Kissler, Betty Klemme, Eleise Loeffler, John Mayer, Marilynne Neisier, Helen Peschke, Ann = Deitu j- nl cfDeltcL Right to left: Pratt, St. Clair, Todd, Fox, Arhburg, Johnston, Hagan, Self. Miss Jones (faculty advisor), Hobbs, Brown. Officers President . MARILYN JOHNSTON Vice President JOANNE BROWN Secretary MARIE SELF Treasurer RUTH HAGAN Corresponding Secretary . MARJORIE ARHBURG Alumna Chairman DOROTHY HICKERNELL Faculty Advisor Jones, Miss Ann Members Arhburg, Marjorle HIckernell, Dorothy Self, Marie Brown, Joanne hlobbs, Marleah Straight, Clara Fox, Connie Johnston, Marilyn , St. Clair, Patsy Hagan, Ruth Pratt, Teresa Todd, Rosemary 173 o a appa If lu ppi •S ' s f i;«;,rf,,,»f mi i m Barrell, Robert Beach, Byron Brereton, Donald Clark, David Davidson, Richard Donaldson, George DuVall, Prof. W. C. Easton, Prof. F. A. Evans, Prof. H. S. Left to right: row I: Mason, Hofheinz, McFarlane, Fox; row 2: Peper, McCormicV. Holubar, Wicb, Palmer. Eastom. DuVall; row 3: Roberts, Brereton, Payne. Smead, Donaldson, O ' Keefe, Wyche, Powell, Mathias; row 4: Beach. Snyder. Clark. Smith. Strong, Narum, Kyle, Grimm, Davidson. Officers President RAYMOND E. O ' KEEFE Vice President RICHARD C. DAVIDSON Treasurer RONALD L. SNYDER Corresponding Secretary DAVID E. CLARK Recording Secretary ROBERT L. GRIMM Bridge Correspondent DONALD S. BRERETON Members Fox, Edward Feuerstein, William Grimm, Robert Hofheinz, Martin hiolubar, Leroy Klaver, Abraham Kyle, James Mason, Leroy Mathias, Robert McCormick, Prof. C. McFarlane, H. Bruce Narum, Earl O Keefe, Raymond Palmer, Prof. H. B. Payne, Donald Peper, John Platkins, Sheldon Powell, Albert Boberts, Robert Smead, Harold Snyder, Ronald Smith, Robert Strong, Grant Wicks. Prof. P. G. Wyche, James J lklna i lub 9 President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Manager _ Assistant Manager Members at Large. Sponsor Officers BOB DOAK HELEN HOWIE MAY GOODRICH BRUCE McFARLANE TOBY TURNER JERRY TURNER EVA FUNK, JANET RIDSDALE, RACHEL MADDOX FATHER MIKE WALTERS Members Abbott, Bob Bachmann, Ruth Barrell, Bob Bell, Shirley Bishop, Oliva Boyle, Billee Chase, Mary Clark, Dave Conlon, Sue Davis, Lee Dial, Willie Dice, Doris Dimmick, Betty Doak, Bob Dobbins, George Dufour, Rene English, Stamey Erickson, Eloise Funk, Eva Goodrich, May Gray, Ellen hiarlowe. Bill hieath, Mary hioagland, Ben Holter, Joyce Horan, Lois Howie, Helen Johnson, Marjory Juskiewicz, Frank Kalish, Simon Keller, Jack Kelso, Jean King, Lee Lampnnan, Dinky Leonard, Helen Light, Frank Loxley, Roger Lyttie, Richard Maddox, Rachel Maier, Carl Mann, Susan McFarlane, Bruce McNalr, Art Miller, Woody Mixa, Ed Moore, Phil Nelson, Patty Oyler, Esther Parks, Marjie Patterson, Pat Peper, Johnny Phipps, Beverly Reichert, Barbara Renollet, Betty Ridsdale, Janet Roasberry, Maurice Schwalbe, Jo Segal, Howard Shaw, Doris Spilner, Terry Telter, Jim Thompson, Ralph Timmer, Jack Treinen, Skeets Turner, Jerry Turner, Toby Watts, Nollie Williams, John 175 J ome Oi conoinicA ( lub Left to right: row I: Hayano, Easley. Bedell, Blair, Meadows, Bell; row 2: Burruss. Ronan, Johnson, Gorthy, Wanqberg, Love, Friedel, McDougal, Kirlberg. Reed, Nakagawa; row 3: Jones, Cook, Snyder, Burqoin, C. Jones, Shimpfky, Glaser, Oliver, Carpenter, Cooper. OfRc President Vice President Secretary Treasurer . MARCELLE EASLEY BLANCHE SHIMPFKY DOROTHY HAYANO BARBARA MEADOWS Program Chairman MARY JEAN COOPER Members Ackley, Mary Bell, Celia Burgoin, Hope Burreiss, Barbara Brumbask, Nancy Carpenter, Grace Cook, Sally Cooper, Mary Jean Easley, Marcelle Friedel, Barbara Glaser, Patricia Gorthy, Ann Hayano, Dorothy Johnson, Lucille Jones, Charlie Mar Jones, Phyllis Kirkberg, Bonnes Lane, Dorothy Love, Martha McDougal, Erma Meadows, Barbara Nakagawa, Julia Nelson, Patty Oliver, Ester Ann Redsdale, Janet Reed, Lucille Ronan, Valene Shimpfky, Blanche Snyder, Barbara Street, Barbara Summers. Beverly Wanberg. Ann Whitmore. Dorine Whitmore, Doris ndtitute of tire eronauticcil c cienced Left to right: row I: Jones, Mllburn, Gilmore. Holt; row 2: Dain. Stemens. Wardman. Lautman, Kasarl; row 3: Phelps, Fletcher. Mounger. Officers Chairman _ , C. R. WALKER Secretary-Treasurer ...■ L S. LAUTMAN Sponsor PROF. K. D. WOOD Members Bashford, W. E. Jett, A. L. Peugh, D. E. Beck, Befty Jones, G. R. Phelps, D. E. Bolles, R. B. Kasari, E. B. Sanford, W. D. Brown, R. R. Kelly, J. A. Shultz, Peggy Dain, W. L Laufman, L. G. Stevens, G. L. Fletcher, J. L. Mllburn, W. W. Van Meter, W. E Gantz, E. E. Moore, W. B. Walker, C. R. Gilmore, K. H. Mounger, W. R. Wardman, C. E. Holt. G. A. Wilson, J. C. 177 } i at Left to right: row I: Blysted, Perreila, Swayne, Schuyler, Dick; row 2: Winter. Bishop. Howie. Case, Dinner, Riggenbach. Officers President PATRICIA SCHUYLER Vice President CLARABELLE SAUNDERS Secretary BETTY JEAN DICK Treasurer DOLORES PERRELLA Sponsors Swayne, Miss Ida L. Fehlmann. Mrs. Hazel Members Bishop, Olivia Dinner, Shirley Schuyler, Patricia Blysted, Dorothy hlowie, Helen Wilson, Marie Case, Dorothy Perreila, Dolores Winter, Betty Dick, Betty Jean Riggenbach, Shirley Zelger, Marjorie Saunders, Clarabelle 178 J appa cJjelta f- l OfRcers President KENNETH LE MOINE Vice President MARJORIE BARON Secretary MRS. ALMA B. THIESE Treasurer .DORIS JOAN MARSH Faculty Sponsor MARIE, MEHL Paley, Margaret Cleeton, Mr. Kenneth Grieder, Mr. Calvin Bowman, Lucile Morgan, Maude Sloon, Eleanor RIcketts, Blanche Ricketts, Elizabeth Dodge, Mrs. Florence Bereuffy, Mrs. Schooland, Mrs. J. B. Schooland, Mr. J. B. Members Nelson, Mrs. Helen Dyde, Dr. W. T. Douglass, Dr. Harl Cross, Mr. A. C. Schriber, Joseph FItzpatrick, Jessie Park, Marion Fehlmann, Mrs. Hazel Hoffman, Kathryn Buchanan, James Betasso, Betty Ray Ware, C. M. Paine, Betty Lou Nelson, Helen Coursen, Barbara Robison, Troy Culver, Thelma B. Broddy, Vauncille Drexel, Mary Edith Frlsbie, Cleo Willey, David A. Mercer, Blaine E. Suzuki, David S. Underwood, Wilda Brocke, Earl E. 179 appa appa - Jt Left to right: top: Atwood, Johnson, Haenselman, Snyder, Barnhill; bottom: Gleg- horn, Lee. Shull, Ray, Kilzer. Grinnsby. Officers President PAUL SHULL Vice President IRA LEE Secretary L W. WILLIAMS Treasurer ED FOX Members Alwood. John Kilzer, John L. Bashford, Earl Snyder, R. L. Glcghorn, George Walker, Charles Grimm, Robert Pledges Barnhill, Sam Johnson, T. C. Grimsby, Ernest Ray, Tony hlainselman, Carl i lewmun i lub Left to right: row I: Garden, McMillan, Kain, Daigneault, Lovret, Backer, Usw.... .., McHugh, Mangan, Moore, Morrissey: row 2: Dunn, Mihalllc, Nelll Fulton, Weber, O ' Neill, Freemole, Father O.S.B. Thomas, O ' Rourlce, Wlckert, Supple, Nicholas, Ben- son, Koll, Tietenberg; row 3: McHugh, Walsh Bowles, Worsiey, Moore, McGuire, Fitzpatrick, Gee, Buettner, Hayes, Kassler, Smith, Gavagan, Brady, Spehar, Boyle, Perrella, Whalen, Conlon, Windgate, Boye: row 4: Knickerbocker, Donovan, Covey, Kottenstette, O ' Connell, Van Hoorebeke, Kersey, Mendrek, Leonard, Lanza, Theobald, Light, Thomas, Erak, Houlihan, Dunn, Kolinski. Officers President MICHAEL KAIN Vice President ...-. ADDIE MAE SMITH Secretary DELORES PERELLA Treasurer PAUL McMILLAN Corresponding Secretary MARY ALICE GAVAGAN Publicity Chairman ..BETTY BRADY Sergeant at Arms CECIL WINDGATE Members Backer, Matt Donovan, Dennis F. Kain, Michael Mihalik, Polly Smith, Addie Mae Benson, Marie Dunn, Donna Kakout, B. F. Moore, Marilyn Smith, Virginia Borgman, Barbara Erak, Joseph Kassler, Carol Moore, R. J. Speaker, Befty Bowles, Betty Fitzpatrick, Virginia Kennedy, Eugenia Morrisey, Dick Spehar, Betty Boye, George Fontlnell, William Kersey, George Nicholas, Ruth Supple, Agnes Brady, Betty Freemole, Rita Kolinski, George Neill, Lillian Theobald, Jack Boyle, Louise Fulton, Bunnie Koll, June Novak, Frank Tietenberg, Florence Brown, Jane Ganser, Shirley, Kottenstette, L. A. O ' Connell, Robert Thomas, John Buettner, Jean Gavagan, Mary Alice Lanza, Dennison O ' Connell, Sally Uselman, Edward Burns, Rosemary Gee, Reta Lamontaine, Cecile O ' Neill, Luella Van hHoorebeke, George Garden, Lyie Giarratano, Pauline Leonard, Ed O ' Rourke, Mary Ann Vinci, Edna Cashman, Claude hiayes. Marge Leonard, hienry Percy, Lucy Walseth, Russell Coan, Barbara Halbur, George Light, Frank Perella, Delores Wayland, Joanne Colaiano, Rusty Hanzo, Thomas Lovret, Clinton Raabe, George Weber, Mary Louise Conlon, Sue hiaman, Pat McGuire, Marian Ruth, hlolly Whalen, Sue Covey, Harry Holly, John McHugh, Don Saindon, Mona Whelan, Robert Coyne, Elaine Houlihan, S. J. McHugh, Tom Sarlo, Cary Wickert. Mary Daigneault, Charles Hyde, Marjorie McMillan, Paul Schiller, F. S. Windgate, Cecil De Luca, Viola Jones, William Mangan, William Small, Mary Ellen Woisely, Margaret Dewan, Joan Mendrek, Henry Zuger, Barbara 181 J- " CLn merlcan i lub Left to right: row I: Henley, Jessen, Jacobs, Sanchez: row 2: Sanjines, Medrano, Saunders. Stewart. Castro: row 3: Ramstetter, Kennedy. Coyne. McFarland, Philpy. Ahumada. Officers President BILL AHUMADA Vice President ARMANDO SANCHEZ Secretary CLARABELLE SAUNDERS Treasurer JEANNE STEWART Sponsors MR. AND MRS. F. L HOFFMAN Members Ahumada, Bill Jessen, Carolyn Sanchez, Armando Barb, Shirley Kennedy, Nancy Sanjines, Gonzalo Betasso, Betty Medrano, Ariel Saunders, Belle Broks, Donna Oyler, Esther Stewart, Jeanne Coyne, Elaine Philpy, Rose Staph, Lois Henley, Eileen Ramstetter, Don Watkins, Phillis Jacobs, Gene Riley, Barbara Wright, Rose Left to right: top row: Warner, Whitmg, Abbott, Miguez, McFarland, Holt, Landrum. Fyhrle: row 3: Geary. Karlson, Jones, Wardman. Ross, Perry, Hughes, Feuerstein; row 2: Van Diver, Wright. Jordan, Vavra, Davis, Fox, Arnberg; row I: Smith. Blssell. Ecklund, Eubanic, Anderson. Officers President . . EDWARD FOX Vice President _ JOHN P. DAVIS Secretary , TOM ARNBERG Treasurer WESLEY KARLSON Sponsor C. G. VAVRA Abbott, J. H. Arnberg, Tom Davis, John P. Fox, Edward Feuerstein, William Fyhrie, George Geary, William Grimm, Robert L. Members Holt, George Hughes, G. A. Jones, George Jordan, Stuart Karlson, Wesley Landrum, Jack McFarlane, Bruce Miguez, W. S. Perry, Robert R. Ross, James K. Van Diver, Bradford Wardman, Charles Warner, J. M. Whiting, Robert Wright, Garret Yant, Robert Anderson, R. B. Bissell, C. E. Pledges Carpenter, Scott Ecklund, Larry Eubank, Bill Smith, C. L 183 f- ki ( ni oDelta Auld, Mary Ellen Barnett, Betty Bates, Patsy Biggs, Anabel Bivans, Caryl Booton, Rose Blumenthal, Muriel Brown, Mary Ad Brown. Miriann Left to right: row 3: Jones, King, Auld, Barnett. Sewell. Carlisle, Gardner, Little, May, Bates, Rieniets, Donley, Zimpfer, Biggs. Hickernell. Booton. Spence, Nakagawa, Kel- logg, Cooper, Blumenthal; row 2: Mrs. Walker, Whitmore, Glasser. Palnner, Shimpky, Siegfreid. Piatt, Brown, Kelso, Leonard, Mrs. Poppen: row I: English, Bivans, Ward. Wright. Tanner, Nakagawa, Wong, McDonald. Officers President EDITH SEIGFREID Vice President MURIEL BLUIvlENTHAL Secretary EVELYN DEERING Treasurer BLANCHE SHIMPKY Guard GERRY SEWELL Historian MARY AD BROWN Service Chairman CONNIE WARD Keeper of the Tithe MIRIAM BROWN Patroness MRS. C. S. WALKER Patroness MRS. HENRY POPPEN Members Carlisle, Margaret Gates, Margaret McDonald, Katherine Carlson, Ruth Glasser, Pat May, Barbara Cooper. Mary Jean Hickernell, Dorothy Mercer, Arlene Deering, Evelyn Jones, Marjorie Nakagawa, Helen Donley, Jean Kellogg, Elizabeth Nakagawa. Julia English, Sally Jo Kelso, Jean Palmer, Jo Anne Fisher, Elizabeth King, Marjorie Rieniets, Margaret Flatt, Marian Leonard, hHelen Rymill, Shirley Gardner, Eleanor Little, Ann Sewell, Gerry Shinnpky, Blanche Siegfreid, Edith Spence. Elizabeth Tanner, Hope Ward, Connie Wong, Good Quey Whitmore, Doris Wright, Maxine Whitmore, Dorlne Zimpfer, Margaret f- ki aljelta ( kl Left to right; row I: Witt, Kelly, Heppting, Bennallack, O ' Da Voight, Farabaugh, Bloomquist. 2: Smutney, Officers President DONALD BENNALLACK Vice President GEORGE HEPPTING Treasurer __ CLARK A. KELLY Faculty Members O ' Day. Dr. David W. Bitter, Mr. Charles Witt, Dr. Norman F. Voight, Mr. Alvin H. Biles, Mr. John Schmitt, Mr. M. F. Bloomquist, Mr. Charles Members Witt, F. Kelly, Clark hHeppting, George Bennallack, Donald Smutney, Edgar Voiaht, Alvin H. Jr. Farabaugh, L. J. Bloomquist, Charles D. Loper, Bob Biles, John 185 f- ki lama Jj ola Left to right: row I: Palomo, Cox, Scott, Warner, Bishop, Pendell; row 2: Rominger, Martin, Crosman, Saunders, Clark, Sammer. Those not present when the picture was taken: Herz, Hart, Wrest, Rannsteter. Officers for Fall Term President MARGARET LEE CROSMAN Vice President CLARIBEL SAUNDERS Secretary-Treasurer PAT MARTIN Officers for Spring Term President CLARIBEL SAUNDERS Vice President DORIS CLARK Secretary-Treasurer FLOYD PENDELL Faculty Advisors DR. R. A. COX - DR. R. E. WARNER DR. JOSE PALOMO Active Members Bishop, Olivia Martin, Pat Rominger, Helen Clark, Doris Neilson, Dorothy Sammer, Betty Crosman, Margaret Lee Pendell, Floyd Saunders, Claribel Hart, Florence Ramstetter, Don Scott, Marjorie Herz, Marcia Wrest, Ann Left to right: row I: Sewell, Niehaus, Barker, Rose, Stewart, Olsen; row 2: Bridenbaugh, Kloeffer, Detweiler, Ramstetter, Taylor, Siegfried, Johnson; row 3: Cheng, Flittie, Quiat, Marshall. Officers President MARGARET DETWEILER Secretary VIRGINIA TAYLOR Treasurer DON RAMSTETTER Sponsor MR. BARKER Barker, Gordon Bramhall, Frederick Crockett, Earl C. Garnsey, Morris E. Faculty Members Garrett, Donald Jensen, Vernon Kaplan, Max Mallck, Clay P. Niehaus, Fred Reed, Carleton Rose, Edward Stewart, Onner Van Ek, Jacob Begole, Winifred Bridenbaugh, Mary Alice Buckman, Lorraine Creamer, George Cheng, David T. C. Detweiler, Margaret Members Flittie, Edwin G. Johnson, Allan Kloeffer, hlerman McClintock, Barbara Marshall, Jonathan Olsen, Margaret Quiat, Marshall Ramstetter, Don Sewell, Geraldine Siegfried, Victoria Stevenson, Charlotte Suarez, Norman Taylor, Virginia 187 f- i Vvlu psdon Left to right: row I: McFarlane. Plotkin, Kuh. Hunter, Daniels. Knight; row 2: Donald- son, Fletcher, Lee, Cunningham, Rent, Spears. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Offic ROBERT K. HUNTER W. RUSSELL DUNBAR PATRICIA TELK ...WM. L FUEURSTEIN Blensly, Robert C. Collins, Bowman C. Coons, Mark H. Cramer, Robert J. Cunningham, William Daniels, Harry J. Doak, Robert Active Members Donaldson, George H. Fox, Edward J. Fueurstein, Wm. L. Hunter, Robert K. Knight, Lawrence Jr. Lee, Harry L. McFarlane, H. B. Malehorn, M. K. Plotkin, Sheldon C. Renz, Richard W. Ross, James K. Spears, Howard C. Warlick, John G. Weiner, Stanley Weaver, Wayne L. au S i 9 ma Officers President ..,. EARL REARDON Vice President JOHN FLETCHER Corresponding Secretary JOHN KELLY Faculty Advisor MR. ROY M. WRIGHT Members Arnberg, B. T. Kelly, John Murtha, John Broyles, T. M. Krusemark, F. D. Nobles, Dan Fletcher, J. L. Ledbetter, L. Norwald, Leo Fulbrlght, L. M. LeRoux, Gene F. Peugh, Darrel Gantz, E. E. Llndberg, Jerome Platts, hiarvey Hay+, John Mounger, William Reardon, Earl L. Hughes, Wm. R. Mordhorst, Charles D. Reed, Fred Karlson, W. L. Spears, hHoward 189 f lauerA L tub Left to right: row I: Drexel, Sammet. Carson, Hudspeth: row 2: Hughes. Crockett. Farrand, Chan, Bowlin, Simpson. Cohen: row 3: Robison. Scott. Brereton, Lope r. Beh- rendt, Corman, Schweitzer, Garrlty: row 4: Gregg, Johnson. Smutny. Beers. Barnes. Watklns, Bird, Planlc. President . Vice President Secretary Beers. Burt Behrendt, Rees Brereton, Donald Carson, Beverly Barnes, Allerton Bird, Bobby Bowlin, Dorothy Carrington, George Chan, Edythe Christiansen, Jean Cohen, Marion Corman. Roger Crockett, Marion Offic Participating Members Drexel, Mary E. Farrand, Janet Haigwood, William Loper, Robert Associate Members Garrity, Roy Green, Addison Gregg, Muriel Hudspeth, Virginia HHughes, Mary Hunter, Virginia Johnson, Glenn McLaughlin, Margaret Mullen, Amy DON BRERETON BOB LOPER REES BEHRENDT McKee, Anne Planit, Christy Scott, Bonnie St. John, Richard Ramstetter, Donald Robison, Alan Rose, Carolyn Sammet, Pat Simpson, Mary J. Smutny, Edgar Sullivan, Frank Turner, Lois Watkins, Phlllls Pon poiA e Left to right: back row: Shaw, Smith, Westphal, Coleman, Wheeler, Tower: second row: Scott, Williams, Krause, Graves, Maddox, Mabee, Heinze, Furbeck: third row: Leaf, Benson, Enright, Whitwell, Brown, Scheib; front row; Herald, Harbison, Lawson. Officers President DONA HARBISON Vice President VIRGINIA FURBECK Secretary BERNICE WHEELER Treasurer JEAN WHITWELL Aquacade Chairman HELEN HERALD Brown, Beverly Cobb, Jean Coleman, D. D. Cook, Mary Culbertson, Shirley Edwards, Louise Edwards, Ruth Emanuel, Marjorie Enright, Barbara Faden, Charline Members Garard, Ann Graves, Barbara hHayes, Margaret hHeinze, Marian Ketcham, Jerrie Krause, Dorothy Lawson, Joan Leaf, Marjorie Maddox, Rachel Sammet, Pat Scott, BIythe Scheib, Susan Sells, Janet Shaw, Doris Smith, Lucy Stiles, Pat Thayer, Margaret Tower, Mitzi Westphal, Olive Woodworth, Vera Bonner 191 - appa 1 61 Officers President Vice President Treasurer Secretary Chapter Advisor MIRIAM BAINER MAXINE WHITLEY NADINE FOSTER ROSEMARY NEWELL MISS FRANCE Bainer, Miriam Bivans, Caryl Bridges, Janice Dennis, Colleen Foster, Nadine Members Lieberkenecht, Eleanor Newell, Rosemary Olds, Joanne Siegler, Margaret Sterling, Ruth St. Clair, Patsy Towse, Mary Jane Wear, Mary Wetmore, Susan lama ...y lpfia ota ' 9 r Left to right: row I : Strc Peyton, Wilcoxin, Schrade n, Jane Miller, Burnard, Nearon, Mariner. Whitley; Wear, Olds, Newell, Jean Miller. Foster, Spare, Han Dw 2: nond. Officers President . ANNA MAE STRAIN Vice President JANE MILLER Secretary GLORIA NEARON Burnard, Louise Foster, Nadine Hammond, Jean Henle, Carmen Lindenman, Joan Mariner, Elizabeth Members Miller, Jean Nearon, Gloria Newell, Rosemary Olds, Joan Peyton, Mary Schrader, Ernestine Spare, Paula Strain, Anna Mae Whitley, Maxine Wilcoxin, Elaine Wear, Mary 193 iamu c ' 9 Officers President Vice President Secretary Historian Treasurer Faculty Advisor JOHN FLETCHER JIM WYCHE JEROME LINDBERG JAMES ROSS MR. THOMAN MR. THOMAN Blensly, Robert Corn, John Fletcher, John Fox, Edward Gantz, Everett Gerke, Richard Irish, Everett Kelly, John Members Krusemark, Fred Kyle, James Lee, Harry LIndberg, Jerome Mallory, Charles Mason, Leroy Moorman, James O ' Keefe, Ray Payne, Donald Reed, Fred Ross, James Spears, Howard Walker, Charles Weaver, Wayne Wyche, James ocietu of l Uonten C t omen (i naineerA Left to right: row I: Alle n, Mowbray, Dryden, Moone, Schwalbe; row 2: Jones, Shultz. Price. Spooner, Leaf, Morgan; row 3: Moore. Benson. Cambell. Gallagher, Beck, Smith, Carter. Siarratano; row 4: Berg. Connell. Bell. Wilson, Thornberry. House. Shipman, Sasajima, Durrance. Officers President MARGE THORNBERRY Vice President PES SCHULTZ Secretary MARJORIE LEAF Treasurer ADA DURRANCE Members Berg, Timmye Gallagher, Mary Jane Mowbray, Paula Connell, Colleen Beck, Betty Dryden, Dona Bell, Shirley Smith, Dana Moone, Janet Wilson, Louise Carter, Kit Schwalbe, Jo Thornberry, Marge Giarratano, Pauline Blakely, Pat tHouse, Marjorie Jones, Betty . Bird, Bobbie Shipman, M. Elaine Shultz, Peggy Gillogly. Margaret Sasajima, Aileen Price. Louise Leggett. Barbara Durrance, Ada Spooner. Glenora Lieberknecht. Eleanor Moore, Viola Leaf, Marjorie Ann Means, hielen Benson, Marie Morgan, Helen Reddinger, Koe Campbell, Rosa Lee Allen, Billie Jean Tebbe, Lee 195 L lniuerdltu l Uomen 6 i lub ' V Left to right: Otto, Handley, Hawkins, Hylan, Johnson, Freennan, Edmundsen, Ellis, Perkins. Offic President CHARLOTTE JOHNSON Vice President HARRIET EDMUNDSEN Secretary JANE OTTO Treasurer BETTY PERKINS Social JEAN HAWKINS Publicity Membership Housing Head of Relaxation Head Triad ELINOR HANDLEY MAE DENE ELLIS MAXINE WHITLEY ANNE HYLAN ANN FREEMAN Triads Chairman Assistant Chairman VIVIAN HOUSER 196 Fashion and Personality MARIAN CROCKETT JUNE MEADOR BARBARA SNYDER MARY LOU MORRIS Recreation and Travel Chairman LORRAINE CALABRESE Assistant Chairman MARY JANE MURLANEY JESSIE McCURROUGH HELEN SACK MAY GOODRICH Three Arts Chairman VIRGINIA CARPENTER Assistant Chairman ELAINE WILCOXIN AUDREY OLSEN JANE HARDY BONNIE SCOTT -UT Top left to right: Brooks, Carpenter, G., Coursen, B., Coursen. N., Dever. Hall, Locke Fashbaugh, Foster, McKerlie, Paine, Perkins, Perrella, Petersen, Reed, Siebold, Snyder, Sterling, Terasaki, Towse, Vinci, Wear, Wilson. I JO MURPHIN President Members Adams, Harriet .._ Colorado Springs, Colorado Brooks, Donna _-- - Haxtun, Colorado Brit+on, Dorothy Dayton, Ohio Carpenter, Grace Cortez, Colorado Carpenter, Virginia Pella, Iowa Coursen, Barbara Denver, Colorado Coursen, Natalie ...Denver, Colorado Dever, Kathleen Boulder, Colorado Drexel, Mary Edith Crawford, Colorado Enevoldson, Charlotte Potter, Nebraska Fashbaugh, Francis ..Garland, Utah Foster, Nadine Manitou Springs, Colorado Giarrantano, Pauline Pueblo, Colorado Gilbert, Elda Montrose, Colorado Locke, Velnna DeBeque, Colorado McKerlie, Judy ...Lewiston, Montana McMurrough, Jessie Jeanne ..Leadville, Colorado Paine, Betty Glenwood Springs, Colorado Perrella, Dolores Louisville, Colorado Pinamont, Marjorie Mt. Harris, Colorado Pollch, Donna , Denver, Colorado Reed, Lucille Chicago, Illinois Shaw, Doris . Meeker, Colorado Snyder, Barbara LaJunta, Colorado Sterling, Ruth Hugo, Colorado Towse, Mary Jane Scotts Bluff, Nebraska Terasaki, Mickey Denver, Colorado Vinci, Edna Pueblo, Colorado Wear, Mary ., Meeker, Colorado Wilson, Louise ' Denver, Colorado Wood, Marian Denver, Colorado Whitley, Maxine Ravanna, Nebraska Deering, Toni . . Silverton, Colorado Perkins, Betty Denver, Colorado 197 Ueteran Vlt nwersitu eltc ow5 hh Left to right: row I: Toepelman. Conlon. Carlile, Thayer. CPuiat- row 2: Robison, Gamble, deLissovoy, Mackle. Officers President TOM CARLILE Vice President DALE THAYER Recording Secretary RICHARD CONLON Corresponding Secretary WILLIAM GAMBLE Welfare MARSHALL QUIAT Membership VALDIMIR DE LISSOVOY Publicity JOHN MACKIE Social ALAN ROBISON Sponsor MR. W. C. TOEPELMAN 198 l imna L lub ' 9 Left to right: row I: Perlmutter, Coe. Kuh, Mays, Austin, Polich, Ray, Calonge, Morledge; row 2: Floersch, Nidey, Mendrek. Jackson, Annemiya. Romero. Miyadi, McNees, Granger; row 3: Swanson, Daniels. Fredriclcson, Kelly. Frlscher. Marquand, francis. Marshall. Vifian, Smith. Officers President .. JIM AUSTIN Vice President BRUCE POLICH Secretary LOCKARD MAYS Treasurer . CLARK COE Historian .. LOU AMICK Song Leader TONY RAY Sergeant-at-Arms LOUIS KUH Social Chairman . GUY CALONGE Athletic Director BRUCE POLICH Amemiya, Sam Barrell, Robert Daniels, Harry Emier, Joseph Floersch, Armond Francis, Mathew Fredrickson, Robert Frischer, Donald Grange, Alfred Members Jackson, Dwain Kelly, Clark Kress, Roger Lyons, William Marquand, Kenneth Marshall, Jon McNees, Harry Mendrek, Henry Miyadi, Dale Morledge, Charles Nidey, Russell Perlmutter, Leonard Romero, Don Smith, Cecil Swanson, Oliver Van Meter, Warren Vifian, Ed 199 Pribbeno- Left to right: row I: Wood, Collier, Hectendom. Cox, J. Bums, row 2; Kopeclcy, Goodrich, Davis. Harmon. Tomita. Rev. Bartrug. Mrs. Bartrug. Drexel. Keefer, Boicorney: row 3: S. Suzuki, Hayashi, Dillow. A. Burns, Sterling, Bridges. Taylor. Haynnan; row 4: PendeM. Quick. Malehorn, Tomlin, Moore, Scarffe. Utgard. Shapiro. Mason: row 5: Tozer. Stearns, Proett, Goodman, Cousins. Broemer; row 6: McNay. OfRcers President Secretary-Treasurer Publicity Chairman Recreation Chairman Worship Chairman Eat-A-Bite Chairman Music Chairman Membership Chairman hlouse Chairman Skyline Editor Forum Chairman _ _ University Pastor MYRTLE DREXEL ESTHER OLIVER JACK HECKENDORN KAY ROMER PATTE UTGARD KATHY DEVER RUTH HAYASHI AL SCARFFE JUNEKOPECKY ANNE BAIL JEANNE DILLOW REV. J. W. BARTRUG KAPPA PHI Left to right: row I: Goodrich, Taylor, Hudspeth, Bridges. Davis, Bokomey, T. Suzuki; row 2: Haynnan, S. Suzuki, Hayano. Utgard. Moore, E. Dreiel. Hayashi, Mason: row 3: Perry. Oliver, Proett. Case. Mrs. Bartrug. Taylor, Tomita: row 4: Tomlin, Chambers. M, Dre«el, Kopeckv, Keefor; row S: McNay, Gibson, Dover, Spanqler. 200 l UeSleu J-QundaL ion Left to right: row I; Coblintz, Romer, Rev. Bartrug, Mrs. Bartrug, Chambers, Russell, Zopfir; row 2: Hudspeth. Hayano, Perry, Case, T. Suzuki, Drexr l, Marstan; row 3: Henley, Dever, Bail, Carey. METHODIST MEN ' S CLUB Left to right: row I: Pendell, Heckendorn, A. Burns, Shapiro. Scarffe, Malehorn; row 2: Broemer, Smith. Collins, J. Burns, Carey, Metsker. Rev. Bartrug; row 3: Wood. Brown, Zopfir. Cavender: row 4: Skinner. Collier, Chien. 201 l Uestminister ounduL ion Left fo right: row I: Mrs. Schooland, Flotf, Tanner. Shimpflcy, Sowell, Inman- row 2: Dr. Schooland. Lantz. Palmer. Spence, Blvans. Barnett, Sauser, Dr. Sanders: row 3: Mr. Dickey, Collier, MucUey, McCurdy, Colter, Fletcher, Mr. Ewing, Wood, Westerwick. Schooland. Officers President Vice President JOHN FLETCHER JIM ABBOTT 202 Members The organization has no accurate list. lA omen J tnletic SAoclati ion Left to right: row I: Harbison, Chase, Bowers: row 2: Bush, Lang, Gasser, Marti Davis, Wilson, Strader; row 3: Cutter, Hall, Carlisle, Samson, Walling, Todd, Ketchan Officers President . SUE GASSER Vice President MARIE WILSON Secretary t SARAH LOU DAVIS Sponsor MISS JOAN MARTIN Harbison, Dona Chase, Mamie Bowers, Barbara Bush, Kay Lang, Joanne Gasser, Sue Members Davis, Sarah Lou Wilson, Marie Strader, Nancy Cutter, Elizabeth hiall, Margaret Carlisle, Jean Samson, Pat Walling, Margaret Todd, Rosemary Ketcham, Jerry Lee, Nancy McCabe, June 203 Ljouna VVotnen d L findtlan ddociation Left to right: row I: Williams, Chase, Marr, Hylan, Howard; row 2: Lee, Gilhams, Hayes, Linendoll, Beeman. President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Offi, ANNE HYLAN MAMIE CHASE JANE GILHAMS NANCY LEE Becmon, Dorothy Chase, Mamie Gilhams, Jane Members Hayes, Ruthann Moward, Jane Hylan, Anne Lee, Nancy Linendoll, Mary Stanley, Xenia Williams, Jane 204 IIFE AT C.U n J r rj lfe at O. 67. The beginning of the end. Next! Someone took a pin. AND they neck in the stacks. rJLlfe at C-. m. L Music by Hilty. You ought to watch him get in bed. That ' s the Safe-wa Loma fiddles while Janet — Burns. i. • . -—. ..» t A weak club. cJLife at C. 67. victory! ! ! Brahms, Beethoven, and Boogie. Turkey Day In front of KMYR. They also serve who stand and wait. The Operetta. Just more monk- — ey business. (JLlfe at C. 67. My volt goes to Crosman. [FACULTY ANALYZER fcU170Q Series JROBOT AN ALYST i x l f,TMMi ' ,|P« F i nENT STE ARN S MODEL rJ ife at O. Ul. Swoons for Sig Alph. Elegant and restrained??? Gay and infornnal? Slush and Jane. It ' s a hard " Life. Waiting for the big to come in. cJLlfe at C . 67. Frosh smash!! « J f cJLife at L. l l. Where ' s Chloe?? The Navy plays. Det and more B.W.O.C. ' s Bell Bottomed. nxnm nnffip im l¥¥¥1 VWY1 niai Who ' s riding who. Arts — parts. Not ugly ducklings — only webbed feet. oLlfe at L. OJ, Take down the service flag — Mother. hHarriet ' s handy with a lariat. One of ThlE girls. Read any good books lately???? All that head, and no hair Plaid shirt and no skirts. cJLife at C-. Ul. The Phis ski. Winter footbal Young love. That sounds like a wild yarn. Horsing around. The pause that refreshes. More responsibility. cJLlfe at (_-. m» 3u name it — We can ' t. It ' s been a hard day. Revelry with Beverly. hHubba — Chubba. Crossroads. • v »f .jtr buy that log. rJLlfe at L. 6f. May In January. Queen and a C. U. Daze always get stung on a blind date. Get off me back, nebody help me get her back in the closet. They rolled me when I was drunk. What a place for a serenade. rJLlfe at C-. 67. All dressed up and no place to go. t ■ f; • . ' .Jfc. t Hl %- ' V 1 All this and a R.O.T.C. too Harry ' s found the missing link. oLif-e at O. Ul» Oh Leo. Latter up! ! Two for T ACTIVITIES r; : Jl , ' L otoradi Rather than tell about the Inner-workings of the Colo- radan, I would like to use this space to express my apprecia- tion to those persons without whose efforts this book would never have been completed. I am very grateful to Cathy, Anne, Pat, Millie, Virge, Nonnie, Ruthann, Helen, Pat, Natalie, Harry, Mary, Jill, and the whole staff for giving up countless hours of their time to work on the book. To Pat Nero, who showed outstanding initiative and ability throughout the year, I cannot express my gratitude enough. For their invaluable guidance, I would like to thank Mr. Crosman, Mr. Daniel, Warner Brooks, Bill Cook, and Mr. Robbins. A wreath of laurels to Floyd Walters. Again, my thanks to you all. REES. an Editorial Staff Editor . Rees Behrendt Associate Editor . Catherine Douden Administration Section Pat Boek Marge Greenwood, Susan Burnham, Harriet Lehmen. Alio Goalby, Elaine Bowie, Joan LIndenman, Mary Goedde, Ardls Merchant, Marilyn Ruddy. Patsy Joffee. Dorothy Martz, Dayle Kelrnes, Charlene Ewey, Jane Smith, Anita Fulton. Class Section Millicent Andersen Pat Nero, Mary Beth Taylor, Lee Miller, Pat Auger, Mary Sethman, Marjorie Sethman. Margaret Thayer, Sally Corbit. Helen Grafe, Beverly Woods, Virginia Furbeck, Patty Henry, Shirley Gale, Nancy Sabin, Betty Jones, Alexa Tournaud, Isabell Stauffenberg, Dorothy Gill, Barbara Rennicke, Judy Allen, Marilyn Moore. Beverly Sommers, Vera Lee Tourjon, Barbara Hertnecky, Jean Whitwell, Sue Conlin. Life at CU Section Helen Bigelow Bill Franklin, Arlene Sconce, Gordon Howell. Mary Bart- rum, Margy Lomas, Erica Dixon, Marilyn Nelson. Bob Grieb, Mlms Sherlock. Organization Section Ruthann Hayes Mary Alice Bunting, Pat Byrnes, Dorothy Carpenter, Malmie Chase. Courtney Coolidge, Jane Eroddy, Patty .Fitz, Doris Fricke, Mary Lou Glassburn, Muriel Greeg. Joan Hyde, Shirley McClurg, Pat Nero, Mary Belle Post, Joyce Robinson, Janet Schemmel, Carolyn Smith, Peggy Jane Smith, Sue Smith. Fraternity and Sorority Section Mary Mantz Jane Howard, Jane Briscoe, Nancy Lee, Jeanette Per- kins, Betty Ross, Barbara Carson. Sports and Navy Sections Harry Farnham Rusty Randall, Don DIngerson. Art Staff Jill Harris Margaret Dowse, Eunice Aiken, Mary Mantz, Phyllis Noble, Marie Self, Connie Fox, Pat St. Clair, Marjean Sparling. Pacesetter Section Virginia Hunter Beauty Queen Section Nonnie Wagner 220 l uAineAd taf f Business Manager _ _ Anne Hylan Assistant Business Manager _ Janet Bachman Office Manager .. Sally Link Collections Manager ! Ruth Gremmels Sales Manager .. ._ _ .. Dorothy Beeman Advertising Manager _ Seynnore Elcove Cindy Clement, Phyllis Noble, Rosemary Payne, LIbby Leslie, Marjean Sparling, Anne Warren, Barbara Ward, Gerald Heller, Paul Light. Staff Members Marjorle Hockett, Robin Amsbary, Harriet Smithllls, Jerry Proctor, Phyllis Petersen, Nancy Cloyd, Maxine Scott, Janet Irwin, Margaret Shaw, Lil- lian Nelll, Jo Holden, Joyce Holter, Charlotte Eisen, June McCabe, Jeanne Lees, Donna Wllcoxson, Marilyn Walker, Mary Alice Chambers, M. A. Forsling, Joan Lawson, Jeanne Johnson, Janet Muth, Geraldine Rubin, Delores Stutheit, Joan Hensen, Frances Rau, Virginia Wier, Alyce Heffner, Phil Goldman, Lois Grosh, Enid Miller, Helen Chamber, Mary Jean Mulvaney, Barbara Riley, Jean Stalley, Norman GInsburg. 221 ne iluer una L old Editorial Staff Editor LEN PERLMUTTER Associate Editor SUE GASSER News Editor JOANNE LANG Asst. News Editor DONA HARBISON City Editor ANN FREEMAN ,. Sports Editor BILL DOUGLAS ! Society Editor PATSY LINDBERG Feature Editor HARRY LAWSON Science Editor BERT KING J l r y Exchange Editor , JOAN HYDE Secretary BENNY WHEELER Sports Reporters — Dode Wlnslow, Lou Dods, Phil Rollnick, Fred Dillon. I Feature Writers — Ralph Delzell, Carol Dunmire, Pat Stabber, 1 Byron Lipman. Society Reporters — Jane Howard, Nonnie Wagner, Alyce ;1j Heffner, Bette McKeever, Patty Reeme, Nancy Nighten- I gale, Marybelle Beecher, Sheila Curry, Marion Moore, k«p - i Mary Mclnnes, Carolyn Smith. _ " ' " Columnists — Dick Morris, Jon Marshall, Marshall Quiat, Larry Small, Steve Gorden, Frannie Simosen. News Assistants — Pauline Moore, Helen Khourny, Mary Lou Connely, John Adams. News Reporters — Jane Emerson, Joann Schemmel, Billie Boyle, -jj - " " f lPf ' iSKai Janet Schemmel, John Carroll, Janet Nice, Pat Byrnes, ' ' ' i -K " ngjUigmi Doris Fricke, Mitzi Tower, Harry Lawson, Ralph Delzell, Marvin Seilken, Nonnie Wagner, Dayle Keirnes, Barbara -oiai:»»iK «Mi- Ward, Kay Brownne, Bev Lauterbach, Liz Cooper, Anne Warren, Barbara Rice, Barbara Riches, John Emory. LEN PERLMUTTER 222 ll5u6ine6A S taPP Business Manager MARIE WILSON Advertising Manager .. BARBARA BOWERS Distribution Manager ___ FRED DIXON Office Manager DOROTHY MARTZ Collection Manager MARDIE BARTRAM Accountant AL MITCHUM Business Secretary ENID MIL LER Solicitors BARBARA EDDY, SCOTCHIE CARTER. DICK MULHERN. V AR The Business Staff has maintained Its efficiency in the running of the paper and securing the ever vital advertising. The popularity of the S G is quite evident every Tuesday and Friday by the efforts of the Distribution Staff that is responsible for meeting the demand for copies all over campus. rw-i ft 223 oDodo Editor Asst. Editor Art Editor Exchange Business Manager Advertising Manager Circulation Staff TED SCHMIDT BOB LLOYD DICK BOYT MARY GOEDDE BARBARA FENGER BARBARA MEADOWS VIRGINIA and MARION SANDER With each new issue the Dodo becomes more famous, or infamous. Perhaps the most entertaining issue this last year was the issue edited by Max Shulman. One of the drawing cards of the Dodo is the diggings page. On this page one can find out all the latest " developments " on campus. Here ' s to bigger and better Dodos in the future. 224 he Wlncii ow staff Editor JON MARSHALL Assistant Editor ROBERT RILEY Art Editor CONNIE FOX Advertising Manager ..; NANCY STRADER Circulation Manager EILEEN DAVIS Assistant Circulation Manager MARGARET THAYER ELAINE HERRICK Secretary ALYCE HEFFNER MARGARET HALL With each year the Window becomes bigger and better and more in demand. It has been expanding the number of illustrations and car- toons in its subsequent issues. A section of caricatures of various well- known students and members of the faculty has been introduced as a new feature. The Window has proven that it is one of the top magazines on campus. 225 ( oiotado 0 naineer staff Editor LOUISE WILSON Associate Editor DON BRERETON Feature Editor BOB HUNTER Staff Assistants BOB WOODARD, ELLIS WILLIAMS, DICK GERKE. KAY KAYLOR, SHIRLEY BELL Business Staff Business Manager . PHIL MORGAN Denver Advertising Manager GENE ARNETT Boulder Advertising Manager PEGGY SCHULTZ Circulation Manager BILL DAVIS Publicity MORGAN LEVY, BOB KATZ. SID LANIER, TIMANYE BERG The Engineer comes out four times each year. With each edition one learns of the activities of A.S.C.E., A.I.E.E., Chi Epsilon, etc. We find that our Alumni are not forgotten or are the social events that the engineers put on from time to time. For the latest in engineering and jokes the Colorado Engineer is tops. 226 notd and atnomA Editor - BILL McCRACKEN Assistant Editor BRUCE McGREGOR Editorial Editor .. PAT HOOKS Business Manager RUSS PICKENS Graduation Editor ...._ I. B. GOLDSTON Humor .... C. Dl MERCURIO Sports Editor J. COLLIS Distribution Manager BOB KNEEDLER Staff W. W. McKenzie J. P. Whitsell L Hampton J. P. Sampson A. J. Rohbough W. C. Faybion T. C. Johnson E. B. Riley J. W. Kyle W. E. Heapes P. E. Shull W. V. Winslow E. C. Lovett Official magazine of the Naval ROTO unit here in Boulder, the Knots and Fathoms is published before the graduation of each class of NROTC ' s. It carries news of the unit and their activities, including character sketches of the members, jokes, and cartoons. New officer sports, and news of the unit ' s outstanding men are also given a prominent place. This is the fifth year of publication of the magazine and the men working on it have done a fine job. This year of publication has been one of the most successful and outstanding for the Knots and Fathoms. ne (kittle neuter 228 " Berkeley Square, " a fantasy-melodrama, ended the Little Theater season last year, but It is still remembered for its tense dramatic elements. Under the able direction of Ed West, the Players ' Club excellently presented the story of Peter Standish, a twentieth century man who suddenly finds himself transported back into history. Rob- ert Loper, as Standish, gave one of his most impressive performances. Other outstanding cast members were Hal Todd, Mary Jane Simpson, Edythe Chan, Anne McKee, and Frank Dillon. Under star-lit skies in the Mary Rlppon amphitheater, " The Merchant of Venice " opened the new theater season to an over-capacity audience. Under the very capable direction of James Sandoe the cast delightfully gamboled through Shakespeare ' s romantic comedy. Coley New- man, as Shylock, gave one of the top professional per- formances in the history of the little theater. Outstand- ing also were Mary Edith Drexel, Rees Behrendt, and Bill Black, as Portia, Bassanio, and Antonio respectively. Ka ' it K ' ' ' HHfl i R R BE kbB KHH ° H 229 " Wings Over Europe, a fantasy of the mid-thirties. became a grim reality with the ushering in of the atomic bomb. Under the direction of Ed West the cast ably portrayed the confusion in high circles over the splitting of the atosn and left a sobered audience to go home and read of further news of Hiroshima. Leading the all-male cast were Roger Corman, Richard St. John, Christy Plank, Rees Behrendt, and Bill Haigwood. Turning from melodrama to farce Robert Dierlam directed the Players Club in " Sorority House, " a biting satire on the fraternity and sorority system. Written by the well-known author of " Harvey, " Mary Coyle Chase gleaned her plot material from this university. Turning in excellent performances were Virginia Hunter, Christy Plank, Irene Olson, and Jan Farrand. 230 Highlighting the entire season was Maxwell Anderson ' s " Mary of Scotland. " Led by Ed West the Players ' Club offered a standing-room-only audience one of the mem- orable shows of the Little Theater. Through all dramatic phases — acting, direction, staging, lighting, costuming — It was excellent. Crowning her Little Theater career, Jan Farrand presented an excellent Interpretation of Mary. Richard St. J ohn presented a delightfully appealing Bothwell and won the hearts of the audience. Edythe Chan ably portrayed the haughty and scheming Elizabeth. As the ranting John Knox, Rees Behrendt gave a fine performance, and Christy Plank, as Darnley, played with outstanding restraint and ability. 231 r ed L roAA { Chairman Secretary Treasurer Council Faculty Sponsor 232 Officers EVA JEAN OLSON NELLIE WOODS MARY ALICE BUNTING MARJORIE ELLEN PRYOR JEAN HAWKINS, BARBARA HUTCHINSON, FLORENCE HART MRS. WESTERMIER The returning ot the Vets brought forth many a sigh, especially in the Cannpus Red Cross Unit. With the open- ing of Trailor-Town new projects were begun. Plus their weekly teas and the nursery school for the Vet ' s children, the girls keep busy packing and sending games to Fitz- simons and Fort Logan. As a new project, they are preparing supplies for the new Visiting Nurse Service. Their annual membership drive began in March succeeding the clothing drive, the money drive, and various others. These are but a few of the things they are doing. It is without doubt that our college unit is one of the most successful of its kind. y.w.c . Anne Hylan expresses her thanks for the grand cooperation in the Y. W.C. A. Clothing Drive. Over two hun- dred packages v ere sent to students in Europe. Although all-school coopera- tion was stressed, competition sprang up between the sororities, freshman dormitories and fraternities. The Kap- pas, the armory, and the Delts were victors. 233 (combined ( ancl The Women ' s Band has an enrollment of about ninety members — the largest co-ed band In the nation. This group, led by Angle Popoulas as drum major, rehearsed as an independent organization, combining with the Men ' s Band to put on unusual demonstrations between halves at football games. The Men ' s Marching Band performed for football games, reviews, basketball rallies, and smokers. Loy Ledbetter, a senior V- 1 2 student, was the drum major. The concert band of about 120 members, was composed of both men and women. This organization put on a num- ber of concerts throughout the year. Both bands were under the direction of Hugh E. McMillen. 234 Lfnii erditu On lOlt Madrigal Choir A group of seven singers wearing English folk cos- fumes compose fhe choir known as fhe Madrigal Singers. Seafed around a fable adorned wifh 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 concert given February 14 in which they gave a splendid performance. An annual tour of the Colorado hiigh Schools climaxed their season. The University Choir, directed by Mr. Warner Imig, has contributed greatly to the outstanding musical enter- tainment on campus. It started the year with a stirring presentation of the " Messiah " In which both the choir and the Boulder High School choir participated. Another highlight was the Festival Christmas Concert which fea- tured a number of tableaus. The choir and University Madrigal Singers combined In singing a number of sacred and modern songs in a very successful concert given on February 14. The repertoire Included " Proud Maisy " and some Negro spirituals such as " David Play On Your Harp " and " Every Time I Feel the Spirit. " The climax of the season was a presentation of the rousing operetta, " Robin Hood. " 235 ■ iCifc- v; [SQUAKb IHb HYPOTENUSE -H4g --v.. rtist e erieS Without doubt, the Artist Series in this tenth season has presented its finest offerings. Outstanding artists of national reputation and fame were among those who performed. Arrangements for this excellent program were handled by the faculty and student committees. The Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo opened the season with its World Famous Dance Ensemble. The superb performance by Blanche Thebom, young Metropolitan mezzo-soprano was a high point in the concert schedule. The ever popular " Blossom Time " paid its visit to Boulder. Leonard Warren, one of the most powerful baritones of this generation, gave an outstanding performance. The enthusiasm of the audience was matched only by the mag- nificence of his voice. The violinist, Issac Stern, was also excellent. This young American artist chose selections that enabled him to demonstrate his techniques that have won him acclaim by leading critics. Fortunate too were we to have the eminent Robert Casadesus, the French Pianist, hiis genius was evident throughout his program. He displayed his talent as a composer as well as a pianist. The season closed with the Minneapolis Symphony Or- chestra, conducted by the internationally noted Dimitri Mltropoulos. It is recognized as one of the world ' s fore- most symphonies. CU was indeed fortunate to enpy a concert of such unusual renown. The outstanding pro- grams presented were responsible for attracting a greater number of students than have ever before participated in appreciation of fine music. Student Committee Blllee Boyle Chairman Len Perlmutter Mary Sue Rich Maxine Scott Faculty Committee Dr. George Lof . Chairman Dean Rowland Dunham Prof. Paul Thompson Prof. James Sandoe Prof. Charles Norris Ex Officio: Stuart Hill William Atkinson weetneariA The Music School production, " Sweethearts by Victor hHerbert, directed by Mr. Imig, was presented last May. This year ' s production was " Robin hHood " by De Koven. It went on a suc- cessful tour in Denver and Fitzsimons as we playing Boulder. The leads in " Sweethearts " were alternated each performance, thus giving them a rest as well as two girls the opportunity to play the lead. It was well received by all, and Mr. Imig is to be congratulated on producing another hit. 239 peakerd Oo r onaredS ' 9 OfRcers President LEE SIMPSON Vice Presiclent....TEENA SMETHILLS Secretary LORRETA WIRICK Treasurer JIM McCLUSKEY TEENA SMETHILLS LORRETA WIRICK The Speakers Congress has been very active the past year. It is divided into four groups, and in order for its 65 members to remain in the organization, they must be active in one of these groups. The groups are Speakers Union, De- bate, Extension group, and Radio. The main activities of the year were the trip to Los Angeles to the Western Tourna- ment and the interstate debates with B.Y.U., Aggies, D.U., Wyo., Utah, and Utah Aggies. Their year was finished up with a big banquet at Waynes at which time there was an election of new officers. 240 -I ttijiyis.!!;,-, i ' ;f5 «P» W ' «x4fciiM|ikU£j;. football All conference honors and honorable mention went to several squad members. Joe Dorough at quarterback, Bob Wise at guard, and Ken Knieval at tackle all earned all- conference berths for their outstanding play. Linemen who also received mention were Bob Daiss, Rollln Wilson, Pete Peters, Ralph Scott, Walt Koelbel, Dick Lisco, Dutch Fred- ricks, and Bill Albers. Don Morris, Bob West, and Joe Dickey earned mention in the backfield. The CD eleven closed the season with a record of five wins and 3 loses. Anyone of those loses could have easily been in the win column as all were by narrow 6-point margins. The Buffs placed second in the conference stand- ings by virtue of Denver University having played one more league game. DU ended with a conference record of 5 and I while the Buffs were right behind with 4 and I. All in all it was a very successful season and it is the general consensus of opinion that the Buffs would have been the champs and bowl-bid bound had not Novem- ber ' s graduation riddled the first squad. For this fine showing much credit must go to Coach Frank Potts and his assistants Leo Stasica. Roland Caranci, George Hamberg. and Cris Flanigan. 2J l. Warren. 6 ( oloraao Ulnii eriitu The Buffs opened fhe 1945 season with a 6-0 defeat at the hands of the Ft. Warren Broncos in the CU stadium. The Broncs pushed over a score in the first few minutes of play and then spent the rest of the afternoon playing air- tight defensive ball. Long runs highlighted the soldiers ' touchdown drive which was climaxed by a short line plunge into pay-dirt. Throughout the game after the Ft. Warren score, the Buffs unleased their powerful passing and run- ning attack, but the Broncs defense proved too strong. CU made only one actual scoring threat. A lateral from Dickey to West was worth 21 yards and brought the ball well into Ft. Warren territory. A pass from West to Lisco was good for eight more. Then a Ft. Warren offside added another five, and CU followed this up with a West-Dickey pass which placed the ball on the soldier ' s 15-yard line. hHowever, the Bronc defense tightened and CU lost the ball on downs. Koelbel and Knieval, CU ' s sterling linesman were the standouts of the game because of their brilliant defensive play. Wise, second string guard, also turned in a credible performance. ( oiorado I4niuerditu 13 L otorado i olleae Bouncing back from their defeat in the season ' s opener, CU took the Tigers of Colorado college into cannp by the score of 13-0 on Washburn field in Colorado Springs. Both teams were evenly matched, but CU ' s open field blocking proved to be the difference. Both Buff touch- downs came from perfectly executed long runs. The first points were racked up in the third period by a 7 1 -yard open field run. The play started with Jindra breaking inside right end and latteraling to West on the flank. Behind the blocking of Pace and Koelbel, West raced through the Tiger secondary and over the goal. Dorough ' s conversion split the bars to give the Buffs a 7-0 lead. CD ' s second score followed shortly. Faking a reverse, Dorough ran through the left side of the line and sprinted 37 yards to pay dirt. His conversion was wide and the score remained 13-0. The Buff defense was much improved over the Ft. Warren game. Three times the boys from CC were deep in Buff territory, but each time the threat was stopped by the alert CU eleven. Pace and West were outstanding In the CU backfield while Knleval and Koelbel continued their fine play in the line. a lorado LjniverAitu 18 Lftan Liniversitu 13 CU ' s stadium was the scene of the season ' s best game when the Buff eleven turned back an Inspired University of Utah squad 18-13. A homecoming crowd of 10,000 saw 60 minutes of thrilling football as the game see-sawed back and forth. The first team bore the brunt of the Utah attack, while the second stringers provided the offensive thrills of the day. The Utes opened the scoring with a touchdown at the start of the second quarter. Adelt, the region ' s outstand- ing player, plunged the ball over from the I and converted to make the score 7-0. CU made their first score shortly afterward when Morris returned Adelt ' s punt 95 yards to make the score 7-6. The conversion was wide. With 25 seconds left to go in the half, Morris raced over from the 5 for his second score of the day. Runs by Morris, Jlndra, and Dorough had put CU in this scoring position. The conversion was blocked and the half ended with the Buffs leading 12-7. The Utes again moved in the lead in the third quarter when Adelt plunged over once more from the I. The extra point was blocked, but the Utes still led 13-12. The second stringers jumped right back on the scoring wagon with a Morris to Tanner pass over the goal. Another conversion was blocked and the scoring ended at 18-13. The Redskins threatened again late In the final quarter but the CU first team stiffened and took over on downs. Morris, Dickey, Jlndra, and Tanner turned In excep- tional games In the backfleld, while Albers, Fredericks, and Wilson were outstanding in the line. 245 K otorado Ulniveriiiu 21 ( oiorado .. aaied 6 The Thundering Herd had no trouble taking the Colo- rado Aggie crew into camp by the score of 21-6 at the Aggie field in Ft. Collins. The game was far more one- sided than the score suggests. CU scored for the first time midway in the first quarter when West scampered around end from the Aggie 6 to score after a 49-yard march down the field. The Buffs next score came at the end of a 59-yard drive when Dorough plunged over from the 2. The Farmers passing attack netted them their only score shortly after Doroughs touchdown. Pace plunged over center in the third quarter for CD ' s last touchdown, and Dorough kicked his third successful conversion to make the final score 21-6. 246 i otorado Ulniuerdicu 31 ( oioruuo ( olteae A between-semesters crowd of only 3,000 people saw the Buff ' s final home game of the season. Sparked by nine graduating Navy men, C. U. had no trouble in drubbing the hapless Colorado College team 31-0. The men playing their last game for CU pushed the Tigers back on their heels from the opening whistle, and there was no doubt as to the outcome of the game. CU launched their first touchdown drive early In the first period, and It was climaxed by Pace plunging over from the 4 to score. West tallied the Buffs next score by scampering over from the three. From then on the CU eleven ran over the Tigers at will. Dorough scored on a 32-yard run, and this was followed by a 20-yard touch- down pass from West to Lisco. Coach Potts substituted freely in the last quarter and the Buffs final score came when substitute-back Eggars plunged 24 yards to pay dirt. 247 nu,We 12 L iorado Mniveriitu 6 The four-game winning streak of Colorado University was snapped when the undefeated Lobos of New Mexico canne out ahead 12-6 in a game played at Albuquerque. The Buffs, playing their first game after losing 6 first string men and 3 substitutes by graduation, couldn ' t get going until the second half. New Mexico scored first and CU tied it up early in the third quarter. Dorough intercepted a pass on the CU 25 and treaded his way 75 yards down the fjeld to score. The teams went into the final quarter deadlocked at 6 all. The deciding score came late In the 4th stanza after CU had been given two questionable penalties which put the ball on the CU 2 in Lobo possession. C otorado Ljitiveriitu 14 Ljtalt . aaieS 7 CD ' s pigsters had a harder time than was expected in turning back the Utah Aggies by the score of 14-7. In the game played at Ogden, Utah, the Aggies had a 7-0 lead at the half and shared a 7-7 tie going into the fourth quarter. The Buffs speedy Joe Dorough was the game ' s outstanding player. HHe made both CU scores and split the bars with both conversions. Utah state ' s only score was the result of a 27-yard touchdown pass just before the half ended. The Buffs got down to business in the third quarter and after a 40-yard drive Dorough carried the ball over to score. Neither team could make any headway from then until the last minutes of the game when the Buffs pushed across the winning talley. A Dorough to Dickey pass placed the ball on the 3 and Dorough plunged over from there to put the game on ice. 249 eUjenver lAniveriitu 14 y oloraao l lniuersilu 8 Denver University annexed the Big Seven football championship by nosing out Colorado University 14-8 in the Turkey Day game at Denver. The game meant the championship for the winner so no punches were pulled nor was any chance too big to take. The result was one of the most wide open games this region has seen in a long time. Safetys, interceptions, laterals, goal line stands, fourth- down passes, fumbles, sustained drives, long passes, trick plays, field goal attempts, and touchdowns were all the order of the day. It was anybody ' s ball game up to the last minute. The Buffs drew first blood by smothering a Denver back behind his goal for an all important two points. However, the pioneers drove right back and hit pay dirt from the 5-yard line on a trick lateral play. DU converted to make the score 7-2 at half time. Early in the second period the Denver boys conected with a pass in the end zone and converted to make the score 14-2. Late in the third period CU took the ball on their own 1 3 and were 6 points richer four plays later. Dickey took a 40-yard pass and carried two pioneers into the end zone with him to tally. The attempted drop-kick conversion was missed and the scoring ended at 14-8. A last minute CU threat was stopped deep in DU territory when DU took over on downs. HI Ki •J- Ml adhetbali Third place winners in the Western Division N.C.A.A. tournament. That was the title the Buffs carried home from Kansas City at the close of the 1946 tournament. Those participating in this tourney were California University, Pacific Coast champions, Baylor University, Southwest Conference winners, Oklahoma A M, Midwest champs and the ' nation ' s number one team, and our own C.U. Although the Buffs were barely nosed out by Wyoming for the Rocky Mountain Regional title, C.U. received the N.C.A.A. bid. Wyoming was ineligible for any post-season tour- naments because their three stalwarts, Komenich, Weir, and Sailors, were playing their fifth year of college competition. In the first nights play at K.C. the Buffs were upset by an underrated California quintet 50-44. Hitting their stride in the consolation game the next night, the Buff cagesters smothered a strong Baylor team 59-44. Even before this tournament C.U. had proved its right to rank as one of the nations top teams. The defeat of a snappy Canasius College squad in their eastern tour and a good showing in Madison Square Garden against N.Y.U. estab- lished this. Congratulations are due then to Coach Frostey Cox, Allen, Baird, Beattie, Ellis, Fuller, Muggins, Hunt, Knocke, Putnam, Reily, Robbins, Sloan, Stark, Sterling, and Walseth, for a most successful season. L oloraao LjniuerAitu 32, 4-5 (SucUe 3ieiJ37, 47 Colorado University openea tne 1945-46 cage season with a decisive win over the Gunners -from Buckley Field 52-47. Boasting such stars as Don Putman, who joined the Buff squad later in the year, and Ernie Jonson the soldiers Invaded Boulder with a well rounded quintet. However the sharpshooting of Knocke, Robbins, Walseth. and Hunt proved to be too much for the Gunners and the game s outcome was never in doubt. The return game a week later found the Buffs blowing a 5 point lead in the last minutes of play, and the Gun- ners passing them to win 47-45. The Buffs turned m a credible performance but couldn ' t quite keep up with the scoring pace set by Putnam nor crack the backboard de- fense of Johnson. Knocke, Ellis, and Walseth were all outstanding for C ' J. 2S2 L otoracio Liniuersltu 35 i anisluS L olleqe 34 In the first game of their Eastern tour ever the Christ- mas holidays, the Buffs downed a top team from Canlsuis College 35-34. Living up to their reputotion of being one of the best ball handling clubs in the East, Canisuis proved to be a tough foe. It was a nip and tuc ' ; game all the way with the outcome dubious until the last seconds of play. With 45 seconds left of the game, Sloan came through with a left handed hook shot to give C.U. their winning margin. As the gun sounded the Easterners scored a setup, but it was nullified by Beattie ' s foul before the shot was made. With nothing particular to gain the Canisian sank the free throw to bring the final score to 35-34. Sterling was high point man for the Buffs with nine points while Robbins and Knocke were close behind with 8 and 7 respectively. 253 i oioraao l lnwersitu 32 I lew Ljorh l nwersitii GG On New Years night C.U. played before a capacity crowd at Madison Square Gardens, and fought the Vio- lets of New York University to a standstill until the last few minutes of play. At the end of the first half in which the lead had changed continually, the score was 29 all. The game continued its close course until the Violets started a 22 points barrage in the last nine minutes to put the game on ice. " Socks ' Walseth ' s brilliant floor play and 20 point scoring spree made him one of the most talked of players to appear in the garden this year. Center Knocke with 12 points and Robbins with 10 also turned in credible games. W " L oiorado Ljnweriitu 66, 70 eJjenuer Ulniveriitu 30, 59 With an improved de-fense and better accuracy, C. U. had no trouble in downing their traditional rivals from D.U. 66-30. It looked like a close game for the first 4 or 5 minutes, but the Buffs quickly found their eye and began turning the game into a rout. By halftime C.U. was holding a comfortable 28-10 lead. The second half was practically a repetition of the first. It took the Buffs a few minutes to find the ra nge, and then they started to pour them in again. Knocke and Beattie were C.U. ' s high scorers with 23 and 20 points. The second meeting with D.U. was a close game throughout the first half with the score see-sawing back and forth several times. However, the second half found C.U. sinking the shots they were missing In the first two periods and gradually pulling away from the Pioneers. D.U. came within two points at the outset of the third stanza, but were quickly overcome by a flurry of Colorado baskets which gave the Buffs a substantial lead they never relinquished. hiank Knocke fattened his game average as well as his conference scoring standing by rippling the strings for 26 points. 255 y olorado Ljnweriitu 47, 48 Via t Vniuetsit 40, 42 Drawing away from the Utes In the last ten minutes of play, C.U. hung up a 47-40 victory In their first game with Utah University. Knocke, Walseth, Fuller. Robblns, and Seattle formed the team that played throughout the game, a neat trick In these days of speed basketball. The Buffs opened with five baskets before the Utes had a chance to break the Ice covering our bucket. Then a flurry of underhanded pivot shots by Utah ' s Sheffield brought the score to 22-21. C.U. ' s favor, as the first half ended. The third quarter was nip and tuck all the way with the score standing 34 all at the start of the final period. However, C.U. surged to a 5 point lead and then concentrated on controlling the ball In the remaining minutes. Walseth salted away the final basket with about a minute to go, thereby clinching the game. Knocke s fourteen points and Walseth ' s 13 lead the Buffs In scoring. In the return game with Utah, C. U. had an easier time winning than the 48-42 score would indicate. The Utes jumped to an early lead in the first quarter, but this was soon overcome as Fuller began dumping them in from the outer edges. As the half time gun went off C.U. was holding a 31-17 lead. The Buffs played strictly de- fensive ball In the last two stanzas while Utah gradually piled up points. However, the Buff ' s lead was never really In danger the remainder of the game. Ernie Fuller was high point man for the Buffs with 12 points, and more than half of his tallies were made by shots from outside the foul line. 256 L olorado Univeriitu 59, 42 Vtali State Vnwetiit 39, 35 Coach Frosty Cox ' s swishmen had no trouble in down- ing Utah State ' s Cougers 59-39 in the season ' s first meet- ing of the two schools. It was a very slow and sloppy first half which might have been disastrous against a stronger opponent. However, shortly after the beginning of the third period the Buffs hit their stride and began pulling away to the final 20 point margin. Knoc ' r:e was again high scorer with 26 points to his credit. In the last game of the season with second place in the conference at stake, the Buffs rolled over the Cougers 42-33. The second game was much like the first in that the Buffs played poor basketball the first two periods and left the floor at half time trailing 16-20. As in the first game C.U. found its range in the second half and coasted to victory. Putman, scoring 14 points, was outstanding for C.U. both on offense and defense. 257 i ' ' -v -?ii » V 1 rm y ' Sk .ms. C otoraao ulniuersitu 4 , 4( l i uoniing l lniueriitu 56, 50 Led by three one-time all-Amerlcans. Jim Wier, Kenny Sailors, and MIlo Komenlch, the Cowboys of Wyoming University downed C.U. 56-46. C.U. ' s field house was jammed with 5,800 fans, while hundreds were turned away, to see this contest between the two top teams of the region. The first half was full of red-hot basketball with both teams playing good defensive ball and sinking spectacular shots. The lead changed several times In the first two periods but Wyoming finally took over to lead at half time 31-27. This was a lead they never relinquished. The Buffs lost their eye In the last two cantos and the Cow- boys gradually pulled away to their ten point victory. Knocke, C.U. ' s flashy center, was the Buff high scorer tallying I 3 points. With the conference championship on the block, Wyoming defeated C.U. 53-46 In the second game of the two schools. A sell out crowd in Laramie ' s field house saw the Punchers overcome a 33-28 Buff halftime lead and win going away. The Cowboys jumped to an early lead, but C.U., sparked by Putnam, overtook them to lead by a comfortable margin at halftime. In the third quarter the Bisonmen went cold and garnered only 4 points com- pared to Wyoming ' s 13, leaving the score tied at 41-41. The last stanza found C.U. tallying 5 while the Cowboys hit for 9 to salt away the game. A brilliant exhibition of floor play and 1 8 points in the scoring column made C.U. ' s Putnam one of the most outstanding men to appear on the Wyoming court this year. 2.SK i oiorado LjnwerAitu 46, 49 Colorado . W. 50, 35 In the most surprising defeat of the C. U. schedule, an inspired Colorado Aggie quintet upset the Buffs 50- 46. It was the first conference defeat for the Bisonnnen and a surprise to everyone. The Aggies set up an air tight defense on their small floor which stopped the Buffs cold all evening. The game was close and bitterly fought until the last gun, but C.U. just couldn ' t hit their stride on the crackerbox floor. Knocke was Buff high scorer with 16 points while Ellis and Fuller were close behind with ten each. Taking revenge for the earlier defeat at the hands of the Aggie crew, C.U. clipped Colorado A M 49-35 in their second game. The Buffs started slow and were out- played by the Aggies throughout the first half. It began to look like the Farmers would upset the dopebucket again. However, in the last two stanzas the Buffs came back strong and went to work on the net. A flurry of baskets gave them a lead that was unchallenged the remainder of the game. 259 L oioracio l lniver5ilu 65, 60 V rigliam Ljouna lAniversilu 33, 42 Colorado University had little difficulty in defeating Brigham Young University 65-53 on the Couger ' s home floor. B.Y.U. took an early lead, but C.U. quickly evened the count and promptly ran it to a 34-21 halftime lead. Throughout the third quarter and part of the fourth the Buffs scored at will to bring the count to 53-29 with 10 minutes remaining. Then the Cougars staged a frantic rally which narrowed the winning margin to only 12 points. Knocke was the game s high point man with 24 points to his credit. Walseth gave him lots of help with flashy play that netted him 15. In the last home game of the season, C.U. polished off the Cougars once again by the score of 60-42. The teams played on even terms the first period, but the Buffs started pulling away towards a 33-18 halftime lead mid- way in the second stanza. The third period was much like the first with both teams playing about the same caliber ball. However, the Buffs got down to business in the final quarter and turned the game Into a walkaway. Walseth and Knocke tied for scoring honors with 14 apiece. Fuller was close behind with 13. 260 kiln 9 At the annual Big Seven conference meet this year, the schools voted to add sl iing to the list of major sports which include football, bas ' :etball, baseball, and trad;. A former member of the Army S ' i Troops, John Peterson, took over the job of forming CU ' s first s ' i team. It is very evident that he has done a fine job, for the team rani s as one of the top in the region. CD copped second place in an inter-collegiate meet at Alfa, Utah, in which most sl.i teams from Colorado to the Pacific coast competed. The Buff hie ' ory men hauled down first honors at the Rocky Mountain Invitational at Gunnison, Colorado. They took all team trophys as well as top individual honors. The team has also placed well in various meets held at Aspen, Colorado, and Winter Park, Colorado. Tom Lyons, John Wood, Bob Nichols, Jim Griffith and Jerry Genn have all won many individual honors through- out theseason. Other members of the team are Wilson, Wanpler, Vining, Lee, Anderson, and Butl;r. 261 Jrack Colorado University s cindermen closed the 45 season with the title of regional champions. This is nothing new however, for CD has been the Rocky Mountain Region champion for eight out of the last nine years. Coach Frank Potts deserves much credit for shaping a small inexperienced squad into an undefeated track team. With few returning lettermen, the track prospects looked dubious at the beginning of the 1945 season. How- ever, the score card at the season ' s end showed CU with wins in ail six meets they competed in. f r s ' r i M ( ' i f ■ 4 p 1 •• . jfe " ,p ■- :-.. 4 Wretch Region sports writers dubbed this team as a " well- rounded-out squad studded with a few very outstanding men. " Probably the most outstanding was Grosh. He copped numerous " firsts " in the pole vault and 880-yard run, besides holding down a spot on the mile relay team. Grosh won the trophy for being the highest individual scorer in the A.A.U. meet. sh, I ble point-getter. Many 00-yard dash, and broad Michel was another " firsts " in the 220-yard d jump are to his credit. Erickson was easily the outstanding college hurdler of the region, while Chipman held that same honor in the mile run. 263 rCLCK Tha mile relay tear.i of Mc .1Ilion, I !o ' i ' ?s, Mcr.row and Grosh beat everything the region had t) offer. Paces shotputting and Hussa ' s javelin throwing were sure points throur;hoL;t the season. Other point-getters during the se son v re; 100-yard dash, Jacobson, Havesy, Jac ' son, Moriow; 220-yard dash. Jacks- n; 440-yard dash, hlobbs. Morrow, Kaylor, McMil- len; SOO-yord run. Pels Higby, Colles: Mile Run, Platts, Ere -n, Allnn: Two-mile rjn, Rus ' , Rowc. Johnson; 120- yard high hurdles, Connct, Kncval; 220-yord low hurdles, Herron, Jindra, Hofhiinz: Discus throw, V int r, West. McKennon; Javelin throw. Morrow; Sh:t put. Miles; high jump, Chambers, Fowler, Ohmart; Broad jump. Morrow. Morse, Jacobson; Pole vo-lt, 1 iurjhcs, Qjii.n. 264 rcick The Rocky Mountain A.A.U. meet held in Denver was the big meet of the year for the CU cindermen. CD won the trophy with no trouble, having twice as many points as the second place Ft. Warren entry. A number of CU tracksters were crowned A.A.U. champions that day. The high and low hurdles were won by Crickson and Jindra respectively. Grosh had no trouble copping both the 880 and the pole vault. Chipman added another two-mile win to his credit. As usual, the mile relay team won with no serious opposition. This meet was indeed a fitting climax for an all-victorious season. I I 265 (I3a5ebult Under the able tu ' felage of Coach Harry Carlson, the University of Colorado baseball team racked up another Bib Seven baseball championship. Due to the war, CU had not fielded a team since 1943. Denver University was the only other conference school to enter competition. In a four out of seven playoff. the Buffs polished off the Pioneers in four straight games to gain the crown. CU opened this very successful season with a 12-5 win over ths strong Pueblo Army Air Base. This was followed by the only two defeats of the ' 45 season. These setbacks ' vere at the hands of the more experienced Second Army Air Force. The flyers turned bac ' the Buffs 6-0 and 4-0. After these loses CU jumped on to a six-game winning streak which carried them to the end of the season. This streak included decisive wins over Buckley Field, Fitzsim- ons Hospital, and DU. Much of the credit for this fine season can be given to Coach Carlson ' s strong pitching staff. Atkins, Pasqua. West, and Bradley alternated at the mound, and all of them turned in credible performances. Credit for CU s power at the plate must be given to Dorough and O ' Keefe. Both posted very high averages at the end of the season. Our hat s off to Coach Carlson for whipping a new in- experienced squad into a conference champion. r%f 4Sii±5 .VORA I •f " " ' rf ' iA-flV t 255 267 Q: f mnad tied For the first time since before the war, the University of Colorado gymnastic team participated in inter-colleg- iate meets. The competition was limited to two minor meets, but it was a good start towards rebuilding a top gymnastic team. The gymnastics were coached by Charlie Vavra who is recognized as one of the most able coaches of the sport in the region. In the biggest meet of the year, CU beat Greeley State by the narrow margin of 1 and 1,2 points. The men who competed in this and other meets were: Al Hughes, John Davis and Ed Fox on the horizontal bar; Garett Wright, Morgan Warner, and Wes Karlson on the horse; Bob Yant, Tom Arnberg, Bob Whiting on the parallel bar; Robert Perry, Bob Van Diver, Stuart Jordan on the rings; and Jack Landrum, Austin Holt, and Bob Grimm in tumbling. 268 Nfvvr •vV ' ' :» V J% k nie.o.D.c Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps is destined to be- conne a permanent fixture on the CU. campus. Although smaller than the V-12 unit, the N.R.O.T.C. was the first of the Naval units to come to Boulder. Men now in the unit will grad- uate and become commissioned by the end of the summer term. As yet plans for the peace time unit are indefinite. The two probabilities are: the trainees will be on a civilian status, wearing their uniform three times weekly, or the program will be the same as during the war years. Besides living up to the rigorous scholastic standards, the navy men find time for other activities. The R.O.T.C. dances have proved to be some of the best on campus the past years. Navy athletic teams have also been outstanding. These teams boast more than their share of inter-mural championships. B:; ' J rr T -ffl ■ ' ■ , ' Ik wiBw 1, 4 . IHH p " i BL ' J 270 271 V-12 ■ • • -- .S — » V,,r - V : U,_ IT ft. m i Unlike the past war years, the V-12 unit has comprised only a small number of the men on the C.U. campus. However, as In the past years the sailors have been represented In all the campus activities. March graduation narrowed the unit to less than half Its war time size, and the remaining trainees will be gone In June. The men comprising this unit come either from the fleet, boot camp, or civilian life, if a trainee is able to keep a high scholastic average, he Is commissioned an Ensign in the U.S.N.R. upon graduation. Duty with the fleet awaits the new ensigns upon leaving Boulder. 272 cJLc anauaae aucLUi School The end of the March semester will bring to a close another of C.U. ' s war time additions, the Navy Language School. This school was started as a small unit for the purpose of teach- ing Japanese, hlowever, as the war developed, the school was enlarged to Include instruction in Chinese and Russian. Under the guidance of some of the most capable instructors in the country, this school has turned out students well-versed in their re- spective languages in an almost unbelievablely short time. Upon graduation from the unit the men are sent either abroad or to interpreting jobs in this country. 273 tar and exfa ii ff -s Wimffi uK : ' - t :t:f t f -r t .% Officers President Secretary and Treasurer ELVIN RILEY PAUL MACKHAM A new organization has recently been established at C.U. exclusively for the N.R.O.T.C. In order to belong to Star and Sextant one must have a B average In Naval Science. Whether this organization will continue after June Is not known. In the past year It has played an Important part among the campus honorarles. 274 L. i- f ] f ' cxrr:: i::xx--: G E£4 i .« ir- 7- " N l «»XS ;. U V )■ ijial H, • i 5. ■: I i|l 5 ! 1 .(■ ' i ' " ' ' ' ' J- anhettenlc ( ouncil OfRcers 1945-6 President Vice president Secretary Treasurer Chairman of Programs Chairman of Scholarships Social Chairman , Chairman of Standards Chairman of Junior Panhellenic BEVERLY CARSON Assistant to Executive Secretary MARTHA GRIFFITHS Chairman of Publicity VIRGINIA MEYERS PAULA SPARE ANNA MAE STRAIN MARY BETH KILLEY LaVERNE HOLM MARIE WILSON SHIRLEY RICHARDS JOAN PRATT MARION KING 292 n lerPv rci tern it f ( ouncu President Secretary BEN MILLER BILL BECKETT Members Alpha Tau Omega BOB McKNIGHT Beta Theta Pi JOHN WARLICK Chi Psi CHARLES POWELL Delta Tau Delta ROSS OLIVER Kappa Sigma WINFIELD HALL Phi Delta Theta - ED WILKEY Phi Gamma Delta BOB PHILLIPSON Phi Kappa Tau CLINTON LOVRET Phi Sigma Delta BEN MILLER Pi Kappa Alpha JAMES WYCHE Sigma Alpha Epsllon MARK COONS Sigma Chi DON GRAY Sigma Nu BILL BECKEH 293 Ipna Officers BEVERLY BETH CARSON, President EVA JEAN OLSON Vice President LOIS LEE LaRUE Secretary PATRICIA KIERNES Treasurer ILAMAE OLSON . Rush Captain The Alpha Chi Omegas began their festivities for the year at a Founders ' Day banquet in Denver, celebrating their sixtieth birthday. Miniature crested paddles were presented to guests at a dinner dance at the Alps later in the fall, and in December the pledges honored the activ- ities at a " Peppermint Prom. " They entered into the Homecoming spirit with such enthusiasm and such loud sound effects that they were awarded second place for house decorations. " In Ten Years at Old CU ' was the theme of the skit they pre- sented at the AVv ' S Vaudeville. Among their activity girls are Pat Flanagan, who is on the House of Representatives, is Dodo fashion editor, cir- culation manager for the Window, and CU Days committee member. Eileen Davis is Red Cross staff assistant. Spur, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, and Delta Phi Alpha. 294 Top left fo right: Babcocle, Boston, Buettr ler. Chubb, Farmer, Flanagan, Fortna, Gerard, Gee, Hagan, House, Herald, K :ent , Keirnes , Kilzer, Kirkberg , Leaf, Markey, Minton, Mitchell, Oliver, Olson, E., Olson, 1., Padgett, Palmer, Pauff, Peschke, Pittinger, Rar ide ill. Sallba, S ethman. Margie, Seth, man, Mary, Seyler, Slen- Actives imons, Smith, A., Smith, L., Spoon, Street, Topping, Unfug, Wetmore, Williams, Woe .ds , Ai PI jger, Ber edges nam. Anderson, Barbara Hill, Elizabeth Ann Padgett, Jessie Bernam, Sue Riches, Barbara Auger, Patricia House, Margaret Jea n Palmer, Thelma Bittner, Dolores Rodek, Ann Babcock, Betty Keirnes, Patricia Peschke, Ann Buettner, Jean Schultz, Peggy Barrett, Millie Kirkberg, Bonnie Pittinger, Lois Lee Edwards, Virginia Sethman, Marjorle Boston, Beverly LaRue, Lois Lee Price, Barbara Fortna, Jean Sethman. Mary Carson, Beverly Beth Leaf, Marjorle Randall, Mary Ellen Graybill, Joyce Seyler, Ann Chubb, Carolyn Markey, Loretta Sallba, Jackie Gee, Rita Sherlock, Mims Davis, Eileen Mazzone, Annette Slemmons, MIrian ' - Keirnes, Dayle Smith, Lucy Doremus, Ann McCabe, Connie Smith, Addle Mae Kent, Connie Spoon, Ann Farmer, Dorothy Mitchell, Connie Street, Barbara Minton, Lois Wasem, Ann Flanagan, Shirley Nash, Natalie Jean Topping, Barbara Oliver, Audrey Wetmore, Sue Gerard, Ann Nelson, Patricia Unfug, Lois Lee Pauff, Harriet Williams, Jane Gremmels, Ruth Olson, Eva Jean Webber, Dorothy Price. Louise hlagen, Ruth Olson, llamae Wenzel, Carol Herald, Helen Woods, Nellie Mae 295 Officers VIRGINIA MYERS President DON NA DUNN Vice President ANGIE PAPOULAS Secretary MIRIAM FOOTE Treasurer PAULA SPARE Rush Captain The ADPi girls went Into activities with all flags flying this year; as might be expected from the exercise they get walking to the campus from their " halfway house, " they emerged second in intramural volleyball. Their skit, " Boul- der Blues, " won second prize at the AWS vaudeville. Their social events include formals, and tea dances, and they also claim as a member, Annie Evans, attendant to the Engine Ball queen. Among outstanding seniors are Paula Spare, Panhel- lenic president, member of Senate and Sigma Alpha lota; Bette Dimmick, business school honorary. Ski club. Hiking club, and Coloradan; and Angle Papoulus, drum major and intramurals. ( 296 Top left to right: Anderson, Barker, Beynon, Boring, Brumbach, Dahl, Davis, E., Davis, M., Dennis, Dewan, Dillingham, Dillov . Dimmick, Dunn, Evans, Foote, Girton, Gorthy, Hammon, Hume, Johnson, Jones, Koch, LaChappelle, Lynch, Lyon, McGuire, Magruder, Marshall, B., Marshall, J., Moore. Mueller, Nyquist, Parrish, Potter, Richardson, Ronan, Rowe, Schlaefle, Schlessinger, Schraeder, Sutter, Tanner, Tozer. Van Orsdel. Yealy. Actives Pledges Benyon, Mary Katharine Lynch, Rita Boring, Marjorie Magruder. Mary Alice Brumbach. Nancy Moore, Marilyn Dennis. Colleen Myers, Virginia Dillow, Nellie Jean Nyquist, Doris Dimmick, Betty Papoulas, Angie Dunn, Donna Parrish, Anne Evans, Annie Mae Porter. Bettijean Foote, Miriam Potter. Margaret Ellen Girton, Polly Schraeder, Ernestine Gorthy, Anne Spare, Paula Henle, Carmen VanOrsdele, Ruth Johnson, Lucille Anderson, Elaine Barker, Janet Benton, Rosalie Dahl, Alice Davis. Elizabeth Davis. Margaret Dewan. Joan Dillingham. Ruby Giberson. Ann Hoffmann, Joanne Hammon, Marjorie Hume, Nancy Jones, Marjorie Koch, Ruth La Chape ' le, Marion Lyon, Marie McQuire. Marion Marshall, Betty Marshall, Jenny Mihalik, Polly Mueller. Elinor Richardson. Rita Ronan. Valene Rowe, Lois Schlaefle. Imogene Schlessinger. Barbara Sutter. Ann Tanner. Hope Tozer. Janet Yealy. Jane 297 Ipna Lyinlci on f- i Officers MARJORIE ARBAUGH . . President ANNE McKEE . Vice President MARY HOLDEN Secretary CAROL COX Treasurer PATRICIA ARNOLD Rush Captain The AOPis made hysterical history at the AWS vaude- ville this year with the presentation of the " Health Service Blues. " They were outstanding in intramurals, reaching the finals in the basketball tournament, and claiming as a member, Lydia Wilson, ace skier on the Buff Ski team. Their social season was highlighted by their big winter formal in January, and included in addition tea dances and picnics. Prominent members of the sorority are Marjorie Ar- baugh, AWS committee member. Delta Phi Delta, Spur, and Panhel; Dorothy Gray, Spur, Forensic Speakers Union, dorm prexy, WAA, and Delta Phi Alpha; and Barbara Swearingen, California Club, YWCA, and intramurals. 298 Top left to right: Arnold, Bach. Beaver, Beck, Bell, Borthwicic, Browning, Callahan, Cameron, Cliff, Coleman, Connell, Con, Dennis, Erdwurm, Evers. Ferguson, Fountain. Friedel, Gray, Hammond, Hayes, Holliwell, Horeys. Hudson. Huhn, Johnson. B., Johnson, M., Kennedy, King, Long, Lorenz. McKee, Maize. Major. Martin. Morris. Munlt. Ough, Rose. Rote, Savage, Sommers, Swearingen, Tole. Vanderwildt. Vanduzee. White. Wilson. Wirth. AcHves Pledges Arbaugh. Margie Grey. Dorothy Lorenz, Elsie Beck. Beverly Friedel, Barbara Munk. Frances Arnold. Patricia Hayes. Margaret McKee. Anne Bell. Celia Gray, Ellen Ough. Jacquelyn Bach. Elaine Hudson. Mae Beth Morris, Helen Borthwick. Alyce Hammond. Mary Alice Olson, Betty Jo Barratt. Kathryn Huhn, Mardell Rose, Caroline Browning, Keeta Holliwell, Joan Rote, Ruth Beaver. Marjorle Hungerford, Barbara Swearingen, Barbara Cliff, Lorraine Horeys, Gladys Savage. Betty Callahan. Rosemary Holden, Mary Vanderwildt, Christine Coleman. Jeanne lllium, Joan Sommers, Beverly Cameron, Gladys Juhre, Milege Whatley. Margaret Connell, Colleen Johnson, Barbara Jeanne Stiles. Patricia Cox. Carol Johnson, Marguerite White. Patricia Dennis, Patricia King, Laurene Tole. Jacquelyn Evers, Patricia Long, LaVerne Wilson, Lydia Erdwurm, Bettie Jane Maize. Norine Wright. Dorine Fountain. Patricia Wirth. Marilyn Ferguson, Claire Major. Dorothy Kennedy. Marilyn Juno 299 Ipka f- ni Officers ELAINE LEROY President PEG CUSHMAN Vice President ELOISE PRESLEY Secretary ANN FREEMAN Treasurer JANET BACHMAN Rush Captain The Phi Club, spurred on to greater things by nightly singings of " Truthful Bill, " included before this pre-bed- tlme activity many picnics, beer busts and tea dances. In December they held their big winter formal, the " Toy- land Ball. " In February the actives discovered just what the pledges thought of them at a pledge party, a take- off on actives ' activities. Among Alpha Phi BWOCs are Sue Gasser, WAA prexy. Senate, ASUC Commission, associate editor of the S and G, Spur, and Hesperia: Ann Freeman, news editor of the S and G, Spur, Hesperia, and journalism honorary; and Peg Cushman, ASUC Commissioner on Victory Coun- cil and Student Union Building, Chairman of the 1946 AWS Vaudeville, Homecoming Committee, Spur and Who ' s Who in American Colleges. 300 i Top left to right: Ahern, Bachman, Bennett, Bowyer, Browning, Bunting, Burnard, CInambers, Cushman, Duon, Everham. Evans, Freeman. Garvin, Glddes, Grimm, Hall, Jacobson, M., Jacobson, Ruth, Janson, Ketcham, Kettle, Koch, Lauterbach, Lawson, Love, Mahan, Marye. Miller. Peterson. Powell, Presley, Quinette, Rice, Riggenbach, Russel, Simonson, Smith. C. Smith. J.. Strader, Thompson. Townsend. VanDeCar. VanHorn. Warner, Wilcox, Wroe. Actives Ahern. Patricia Bachman. Janet Bowyer, Marjorie Bunting. Mary Alice Burnard. Louise Chambers, Mary Alice Currier. Phyllis Cushman, Peggy Dixon. Erica Freeman. Ann Garvin, Betty Gasser, Sue Miller, Joan Giddes, Gloria Pearce, Patricia Grimm, Danny Powell, Joan Hall, Margaret Presley, Eloise Herman, Sheila Riggenbach, Shirlev Jacobson, Mary Russell, Rosemary Killey, Mary Beth Smith, Carolyn Koch. Wanda Strader, Nancy Leroy, Elaine Thompson, Bertha Mahan. Patricia Van Horn, Mary Ka ' Marye. Patty Sue Warner, Mary Bennett, Helen Browning, Ann Casey, Phyllis Cobb, Jean Davis, Miriam Everham, Hope Henning, Yvonne Janson, Betti Lou Pledges Ketcham, Jerry Kettle, Marybelle Lauterbach, Beverly Lawson, Joan Love, Betty Peterson, Phyllis Quinette, Jean Raber, Joan Rice, Peggy Simonson, Frannle Smith, Janet Louise Townsend. Ruth VanDeCar, Helen Vincent, Joan Wellman, Mary Jane Wilcox, Allene Wroe. Shirley 301 Cki o. meaa Officers MARIAN KING President JEANNETTE PERKIN Vice President MARGARET HILL Secretary GERTRUDE SWEENEY Treasurer KAY BUSH Rush Captain The February invasion scare which swept the campus with conjectures about a raid by Mines or a visitation by moon-men was soon proved groundless; the terror was inspired by the Chi Os and their dates having a harmless evening playing pirate. Other social affairs of the year, while not as spectacular, were just as gay, and Included picnics, tea dances and a formal in Denver. The 16th street group won third prize in Vaudeville with their skit " Atoms, Eves, and the Tree of Knowledge. " Among prominent seniors are Marian King, vice-presi- dent of AWS, business manager of S and G, secretary of ASUC, Mortar Board, Hesperia, Spur, Publications Board, Who ' s Who in American Colleges; Kay Bush, vice- president of AWS, Orchesis, CD Days Committee-mem- ber, WAA Board, freshman dorm counselor, and hlockey Club prexy; and Joan Olds, editor of Psi Kappa Psi, Uni- versity Choir, Sigma Alpha lota, Songfest Committee, and on the cast of " Robin hHood " and " Sweethearts. " 302 Top left to right: Anderson, Arnold, Borst, Burgoin, Bush, Easley, Finney, Furbeck, Gill, Glassburn, Srafe, Harned, Henry, Hjebenthal, Hertnely, Muggins , Jacksoji, Johnston, Jones,_Kendricl s, Kennedy, Lamb, Leslie, McKeever, Marh, Mayer, Moore, L., Moore, M., Nelll, Nelson, Nero, s, Snnith, Staufenberg, St. Clair, Thayer, Traidor, Turgeon, Noble, Newell, Olds, Otto, Payne, Perkins, Reddinger, Reilly, Rennicke, Scott, Si Voorhees, West, Warner, Whitwell, Wright, Zink. Actives Anderson. Millicent Borst, Betty Burgoin, Hope Bush, Kathryn Cardinal, Peggiroe Furbeck, Virginia Grate, Helen Hertneky, Barbara Jackson, Betty Jones, Charlie Marie Martz, Dorothy Mayer, Marilynne Pledges McKeever, Betty Sweeney, Gertrude Anderson, Jacqueline Dolores Leslie, Mary Elizabeth Taylor, Mary Elizabeth Moore, Loahna Wadsworth, Jeanne Conlon, Susan Carter Moore. Marilyn Thayer, Margaret Newell, Rosemary Ward, Barbara Gill, Dorothy Nelson, Marilyn Tourek, Jeanne Olds, Joan Whitwell, Jean Glassbiirn, Mary Lou Nero, Patricia Traeder, Joanne Opdyke, Harriet Wiley, Margaret Henry, Patricia Noble, Phyllis Turgeon. Vera Lee Perkins, Jeanette Easley, Marcelle Huebenthal, Barbara Otto, Jane Ann Voorhees. Gara Reddinger, Koe Finney, Jean Jones, Betty Payne, Rosemary Warner, Jacquelin Reilly, Barbara Huggins, Martha Lou Kennedy, Nancy Rennicke, Barbara Weber, Mary Louise Scott, Maxine Johnston, Marilyn Lamb, Bettye Smith, Sue A. Woods, Beverly Southworth, Florence Kendrick, Celia Anne Staufenberg, Isabell St. Clair, Patricia Neill, Lillian Ann Wright, Rosemary 303 oLJettcL oDelta oDetta OfRcers ANNA MAE STRAIN President MARY ALICE BRIDENBAUGH Vice President ANNE WANGB;RG Secretary CAROL WATROUS Treasurer BETTE KINGDON Rush Captain The Tri Delts ended the winter term in a blaze of glory, wlnninq the AWS vaudeville with their charming skit, " CU Tintypes. " Other activities included a successful winter formal, tea dances and picnics. Several members have become such enthusiastic skiers that they are con- sidering installing a chapter at Winter Park. Outstanding Tri Delts are Ruth Ann Hayes, YWCA Cabinet, Coloradan Organizations editor, Hesperia, Spur, AWS committee member. Phi Sigma, Delta Phi Alpha, CU Days publicity chairman; Anna Mae Strain, Sigma Alpha lota prexy, Panhellenic vice president, ASUC Commis- sioner. Mamie Chase and Mary Linendoll vie for junior class honors, but the decision is pending until a fourth- dimensional machine has been invented to count their many activities. 304 Top left to right: Berktresser, Boese. Bridenbaugh, Chase, Chavez, Clement, Corbitt, Cooper. Crosman. Davis, Donovan, Eddy, Edwards, Eroddy, Flagg, Gih, Goedde, Gregg, Graf, Handley, Hawkins, Hayes, Herigstad, Hoffman, Hyde, Kaub, Kingdom, King, Kissock, Krier, Lavoe, Linendoll, Love, Mann, Matthews, O ' Donnell, Owells, Rich. B., Rich, M. S., Robinson. Rose. Pat, Rose, Paula, Sandman. Shaner, Short. Smith, Stanton, Steen. Stranahan, Todd, Walker, Wangberg, Whalen, WIckizer, Zanella, Henry. Actives Boese, Mary Anne Bridenbaugh, Mary Alice Caldwell, Jackie Capes, Monty Carlson. Donna Rose Chase. Mamie Chesser. Mary Anne Cooper. Phyllis Corbit. Sally Crosman. Margaret Lee Davis. Sarah Lou Dick. Bat+Y Donovan, Patricia Doughty. Jane Eddy. Leanella Eroddy, Jane Fitz, Patti Frisbie, Cleo Gorder. Shirley Graf. Pat Gugg. Jane Hayes. Ruthanne Hyde, Joan Kingdon, Betty Kissvik, Irene Krier, Shirley Linendoll, Mary Levoe, Shirley Locher, Mimi Love, Martha Jane Mann, Helen Mathews. Barbara Mayme. Eleanor Miller. Donna Long Miller, Joan O ' Donnell, Shirley Owells, BeHy Peyton, Mary Rich, Mary Sue Robinson, Joyce Pledg Shaner. Joan Diver Shaneyfelt. Arlene Shaver. Valeria Smith, Francis Stantan, Norma Jea Steen, Crete Strain. Anna Mae Strandberg. Viola Todd. Virginia Walker. Pat Wangberg, Anne Watrous. Carol Zanella, Vera Arp. Dorothy Berkstresser, Joanne Chavez, Carol Clement, Cynthia Edwards, Dorene Flagg, Berta Donn Gardner, Eleanore Gill, Margaret E. Goedde, Mary Goalby, Alice Gregg, Muriel Handley, Betty Hawkins, Audrey Nadine Henry, Anita es Hofman, Lois Kaub, Elaine King, Patricia Lindennman, Joan Morgan, Betty Ann Peterson, Joan Doris Peyton, Eva Marie Rose, Patricia Rose, Paoula Sandmann, Dorothy Short. Betty Jo Smith. Kathryn H. Snook, Jacqueline cJDelta Ljc a K amma OfRcers SHIRLEY RICHARDS . President MARY GRILLS Vice President MARIE PARKHILL Secretary ALLENE AGOR Treasurer EULALIA BEER Rush Captain The " gay and informal " girls began this year ' s activ- ities by winning third place in the float contest during Homecoming weekend. The actives honored the pledges at a formal, the " Snow Ball, " in January, and the pledges gave a Saint Pat ' s dance for the actives in March. Tea dances and coke parties at the Anchorage as well as snowball fights and ski trips made the days of ' 45- ' 46 dis- appear fast, but gaily. Among the outstanding seniors are Adele Quarnberg, editor of the Coloradan, Pacesetter, Mortar Board, Spur and Hesperia; Marie Parkhill, also Mortar Board, Hes- peria and Spur, frosh dorm prexy, and member of Senate; Jane Howard, Buff Ski club council, YWCA cabinet, Col- oradan and S G; Jo Brown, Delta Phi Delta and Dodo; and Ellin Graham, Beta Sigma. 306 Top left to right: Agor, Beer, Bigelow. Biggs, Boecic, Bonar, Bowel. Brown, P., Brown, J., Class, Cloyd, Crockett, Davis, Deter, Driscoll, Dunmire, Freeman, Fulton, Glanville, Graham, Greenwood, Grills, Heinley, Hlnkley, Hogin. Howard, Johnston, Jones, Kennicott, Laurie, Lillengren, Lehnen, Lomas, March, Meyer, Niebel, Nitsch, Parlchill, Pederson, Philpott, J., Philpott, M., Pierson, Read, Riede, Russom, Schwelzel, Sconce, Shea, Sigvaldson, A., Sigvaldson, 8., Slayton, Soleman, Smith, Stanley, Stone, Vicic, VonHolst, Washburn, West. Young. Actives Agor, Allene Glanville, Patricia Beer, Eulalia Graham, Ellin Bigelow, Helen Grills, Mary Biggs, Phyllis Hagan, Katherine Boeck, Patricia Hastings, Virginia Brotzman, Louise Helnly, Wllberta Brown, Joanne Howard, Jane Brown, Peggy Johnson, Joan Carlson, Barbara Johnston, George Ar Class, Mariorle Lillengren, Joan Crockett, Marion March, Theresa Driscoll, Mary Nitsch, Marji Dukes, Gretchen Parkhlll, Marie Pederson, Patricia Reed. Luana Quarnberg. Adele Richards. Shirley Riede. Anna Katheri Shea. Arlene Slayton, Nancy Solomon, Sherie Stanley, Xenia Von Hoist, Marion West, Patricia Young, Jeanne Pledges Biggs. Elaine Jones, Barbafa Philpott, Mary Bonar, Anne Kennicott. Jo Marie Pruitt, Betty Bowie, Elaine Lehnen. Harriet Russom, Patricia Cloyd. Nancy Lomas. Margaret Schoezel, Elaine Deter. Marian Lourie. Anne Sconce, Arlene Dunmire, Carol McFerren. Helen Sigvaldson, BernleC( Fulton, Anita Meyer. Joan Smith. Jane Greenwood, Marjorle Niebel. Ruth Vlck, Jean Harrison, Jean Pierson, Margery Washburn, Sally Hinkley, Caroline Philpott, Jane Sigvaldson, Alice appa Arlnlta Jheta ipp r Officers MARTHA GRIFFITHS President SALLY LINK Vice President FLORENCE HART Secretary HARRIET McPHAIL Treasurer DEEDEE STALDER Rush Captain The Thetas. beside contributing seven members to the varsity football squad, and holding fifty major offices in WAA, also won the intramurals championship last year, and are well on their way this year with victories in speed- ball and volleyball. They didn ' t devote all their time to weight-lifting; their " Winter Wonderland " formal was one of the sea- son ' s loveliest affairs, and they had many tea dances and picnics to round out their social calendar. Among their outstanding members are Florence Hart, Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Sigma lota, Sigma Epsilon Sigma, Spur, and Red Cross; Jo Lang, Orchesls prexy, news editor of the S G, Greek Combine, WAA treasurer, and Spur; Jan Farrard, Spur, Hesperia, and shining light in the Little Theater; and Billie Boyle, Hesperia, Spur, House of Representatives, and Buff Ski club. 306 Top left to right: Anderson, Amsbury, Auner, Balch, Ballou, Barnes, Boyle, Carllle. Carlisle, Carson, Carswell, Carthaus, Carter, Case, Cook, Cormacit, Culbertson, Dimes, Drehmer, Dryden, Eddy, Flodin, Jane Gllhams, Jean Gilhams, P, Griffiths, Grosh, Grove, Guise, Hart, Hogaboom. Holdeman, Holden, Irwin, James, Joffee, Johnson, Jo Lang, Justine Lang, Lees, LIndberg, Link, Lutz, McClure, Mclnnes, McMahan, McNerney, McPhall, Mantz, Mills, Montague, Moore, Morrow, Moynahan, Neill, Nelson, Nightengale, Norgren, Porter, Ross, Schmidt, Scott, Shaw, Smyth, Stanton, Stearns, Thompson, Todd, Tomllnson, Tower, VonWyl, Walling, Wheeler, Whipple, A. M. White, S. White, Winder, Yoder, FIncher. (Not pictured: Doolen, S. Dryden, Farrand, Saval, Darnell, Regler, Shanks). 309 JC anna n appa L atnina OfRcers JO PRATT President BARBARA GRAVES Vice President JOAN STAPP Secretary 1 MARILYN McCABE Treasurer ANN ALEXANDER ;. Rush Captain The " elegant and restrained " Kappas really let down, or put up, as the case was, their hair in disproving this statement at a Gay Nineties party held in March. Their winter fornnal in December was the essence of elegance, though, and they also had many tea dances and beer busts to fill in their social activity book. They won first prize at Homecoming with their house decorations. Participation in intramurals was also includ- ed in Things-To-Do at the ' K ' house. Prominent seniors are Jo Pratt, business school prexy. Beta Sigma, Mortar Board, president of the YWCA, Spur and hHesperia; Margaret Detweiler, Pi Gamma Mu prexy, Beta Sigma, Mortar Board, Spur and Hesperia, president . of AWS, and Who ' s Who in American Colleges; and i Barbara Graves, Mortar Board, Senate, Spur and Hesperia. ji ' ua ,. ' . . t, ' ' - ' Matt 310 n p m- ' ■k. IrV M % W 0 w w Pi a M Top left to right: Anderson, Beattie, Beecher. Berns. Briscoe, Brockway, Currigan, Curry. Detweiler, Engler, Fleming, Graves, Sreenweil, Haddock, Hanley, Hyde, Johnson. Kemper, Lee, Logen, Lowe, McAlpine. McCabe. M., McCabe, P., McLellan, Maier, Mangen. Miller. Munson, Muth, Neilson, Nelson. Nlssen, Parkhill, Pryor, Rapelje, R., Rapelje, V.. Schabes. Scheib. Schell. Smith. Stanley, Tallman, Traub, Watkins, Weiler, Weir, Wells, West, Wheeler, Witoch. ' Louise Alexande Anderson Bergman, Betty Briscoe, Jane Beecher, Marybelle Brockway, Berta Ruth Brown, Beverly Coxhead. Marilyn Currigan, Nancy Detweiler, Margaret Finger, Dorothy Engle, Faith Gorden, Elizabeth Actives Graves. Barbara Johnson. Jeanne Lee. Nancy Lowe. Rosalie Maier, Margaret McAlpine. Lois McCabe, June McCabe, Marilyn MacLellan, Jean Nelson, Virginia Nlssen, Mary Lou Philpott, Catherim Phiipott, Sally Pratt, Joan Prey, Patsy Pryor, Marjorie Elle Rapalje, Virginia Schabes, Gloria Scheib, Susan Stapp, Joan Stratton, Jean Waggener, Marjori Watkins, Phyllis Wells, Joan Wells, Margaret Weir. Virginia Transfers Berns, Janet Greenwell, Loma Mangen, Mary Lou Moots, Mary Ann Schalk, Elizabeth Schell, Betty Traub, Marilyn West, Caroline Pledges Allen, Nancy Beattie, Sally Curry, Sheila Danielson, Ellen Eaton, Nancy Edwards, Louise Engler, Pat Fleming, Patty Haddock, Jean Hanley, Marion Hyde, Nancy Kemper, Kay Logan, Barbara Miller, Martha Miller, Victoria Munson, Dortha Muth, Janet NIelson, Virginia Parkhill, Marijean Perkins, Camille Rapalje, Ruth Simson, Peggy Smith, Shirley Stailey, Jean Tallman, Dorothy Ann Van Arsdale, Marjorie Weiler, Mary Wheeler. Sue Witsell. Elenore Whitson. Shelby Works, Lyia 311 Pi Eda PU Officers MARIE WILSON President MILDRED PAGE .. Vice President JACQUELINE BLANCH . Secretary DOROTHY BEEMAN Treasurer MARJORIE VINING Rush Captain The PI Phis combined their arrow with St. Valentine ' s heart in February to form the theme of their big winter formal. The bunch who goes to proms and takes their lunch, (they have to, to keep from starving on their way to campus) also had many tea dances and picnics. At Homecoming time their float copped second prize, and as far as scholastic activities go, they also won the prize, the Denver Panhellenic Scholarship cup. Outstanding senior women Include: Virginia Wheeler, AWS prexy. Mortar Board president, S G editor, ASUC commissioner, and Who ' s Who in American Colleges; Catherine Douden, associate editor of the Coloradan and member of Spur; Marie Wilson, business editor of the S G, Mortar Board, and Senate; and Anne Hylan ' Y ' prexy, Hesperia, Senate, Who ' s Who in American Colleges. 312 Top left to right: Ackley, Alford. Allen, Bartram, Beeman, Blanch, Bowers, Bowles. Brown. Bullis, Burns But+o, Carpenter, Chan. Chapin. Clark, Comer. Davis. Demmon, Dowden, Dumn, Emmanuel. Fenton Fitzell, Fleming. Forsling, Gray. Green, Henderson. Hickman. Holtzman, Hughes, Hutchinson, Hylan, A. Hylan, E., Jeffords, King. Kling. Kunz. Larwill. Lee. Lill, Love. McCarthy. Merritt. Millikan. Myers Murray, Page, Quaintance. Reed. Ryan. Samson. Schultz. Scott, Stanley, Taylor. Vining, Wagner Warren. A., Warren. D., Westphal, Wheeler. B., Wheeler. V.. Whitman. Those not pictured: Ball Collins, Coolidge, Bridges, Dunn, McCarthy, Morrison. Rupp, Vickers, Walton, Worcester, 313 UlniuefSitu l l omen 6 iub f Officers CHARLOTTE JOHNSON President HARRIET EDMONDSON Vice President JANE OTTO Secretary BETTY PERKINS Treasurer The " Ladies of the Lake, " UWC resident nnembers, rivaled the success of last spring ' s " Candy Land Ball " with their big winter formal this year. Weekly coke times, as well as participation in the events of the UWC, made this year a happy one for them. The girls who live at the clubhouse integrate the activ- ities of the whole organization of 500 members, and hold a unique position on campus in this respect. Among the club s prominent seniors are Charlotte Johnson, who is active in Senate, Mortar Board and ISA Council; Harriet Edmondson, whose Senate and Women ' s Club activities keep her busy; Jo Murfin. president of Valkyrie, on Senate; and Helen Rominger, Phi Sigma lota and Kappa Delta Pi. 314 , Top left to right: Carpenter, Edmondson. Ellis, Faden, Handley, Jackson, McMurrough, Meader Morris, Murfin, Neavon, Perkins, Scheek, Scott, Sinnpson, Whitley, Wilcoxin. Resident Members Calabrese, Lorraine _.._ Denver, Colorado Carpenter, Virginia Pella, Iowa Edmondson, Harriet Akron, Colorado Ellis, Mae Dene Rocky Ford, Colorado Handley, Elinor Denver, Colorado Jackson, Agnes Genesea, New York Johnson, Charlotte Gunnison, Colorado McMurrough, Jessie Jeanne Leadvllle, Colorado Meader, June Hutchinson, Kansas Morris, Marilou Harrisburg, Illinois Murfin, Joann Adams City, Colorado Neavon, Gloria Denver, Colorado Otto, Jane Denver, Colorado Perkins, Betty Denver, Colorado Proskovee, Gloria Columbus, Nebraska Quinger, Mary Denver, Colorado Rominger, Helen Saguache, Colorado Sack, Helen Beatrice, Nebraska Scheek, Melba St. Louis, Missouri Scott, Bonnie __ Elks, Nevada Simpson, Mary Jane Great Falls, Montana Spooner, Lenora Denver, Colorado Whitley, Maxine Ravanne, Nebraska Wilcoxin, Elaine Hotchkiss, Colorado 315 tis - i f.ami3 i ipha au Ly meaa 9 ' Officers JERRY BRENNAN President LES LAUTMAN Vice-president ED TOMSIC Secretary WILLIAM LEONARD Treasurer HAROLD MUGGINS Rush Captain Forty ATO ' s were heroes of the campus in April, when they staged a commando raid on Mines and recaptured the Buffalo mascot which had been missing six months. Since then, the boys have formed a " Lifetime Buffalo Club " to commemorate the incident. Tales of the invasion still keep campus talk lively. Socially this rugged group has kept things clicking with tea dances, picnics, hayrides, as well as a Christmas Ball and their traditional Black and White Dance. Outstanding men on campus are: Kenneth K. Kaylor, Star and Sextant, Knots and Fathoms, Colorado Editor, A.I.E.E., Varsity track; Ed htavesy, Psi Eta Pi president; Everett Gantz, Pres. of Society of Automotive Engineers, I.A.S., A.S.M.E., Pi Tau Sigma, Sigma Tau; Leroy Mason, president Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, A.I.M.E., Engineering Student Council; Tom Carlyle, pres. V.U.F., A.S.U.C. Com- mission, Debate Club. II ifc- ■ 318 BIO (fv f Top left to right: Allan, Austing, Ballinger, Carlile. Carpenter Hamm, Hobbs, Muggins, Jefferies, Kaylor, Kingsolver, Leonard, M G., Smith, R., Snyder, Svedlund, Swords, Tomsic. Vose, Walton, We Actives Allen, Robert Clayton ._ Columbus, Georgia Austing, Raymond Frank Dayton, Kentucky Brennan, Jerry Rapid City, South Dakota Carlile, Thomas Jason ._ ___ Jetmore, Kansas Chew, Jack Ward Seibert, Colorado Dillon, John Alexander _ Pueblo, Colorado Frederick, Don LeRoy Dumont, Colorado Gantz, Everett Ellis Omaha, Nebraska Grant, Charles Douglas Hollywood, California Gregg, Donald B Englewood, Colorado hiagen, James Franklin Cheyenne, Wyoming Hamm, Harold Winford Forester, Arkansas Havasy, Edward Stephen Lakewood, Ohio Hobbs, Sebren Elett Columbus, Nebraska Huggins, Harold Leon Griswold, Iowa Lautman, Lester Guenther Bonneville, Oregon Leonard, William Kendall-.. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina Mason, LeRoy John Tierman, Oregon McCarthy, James Oakland, California McKnight, Robert Theodore.. ..Colorado Springs, Colorado McLaughlin, Charles Elmer Sacramento, California Pease, Robert Miles Denver, Colorado Powell, Robert McKinley Berkeley, California Reeves, Edwin Riley Salinas, California Smith, George Sherman Grantsvllle, Utah Smith, Robert Wayne Mapleton, Oregon Svedlund, Joel Edmond Denver, Colorado Tomsic, Edward Max Walsenberg, Colorado Walton, David Lincoln Beverly Hills, California Welsh, James Paisley Pasadena, California Whiting, Robert Ellis Dixon, California Woodruff, Hubert Wellman Scarsdale, New York Chew, Dillon, Enewold, Fingado. Hagen, Frederick, Gantz, Grant, Gregg, Carthy. McLaughlin. Mayden, Millis, Pease, Peclcham, Reeves, Schiller. Smith, Ish, Woodruff. Pledges Allen, George Colorado Springs, Colorado Arnold, Morris Dean Bartlesville, Oklahoma Ballenger, William G Highland Park, Illinois Brown, Gene Curnow Idaho Springs, Colorado Brown, Roy William Park Ridge, Illinois Carpenter, John Bryce Grand Junction, Colorado Dinwiddie, Walter Lee Loveland, Colorado Eppley, Gerald F Colorado Springs, Colorado Fingado, Henry Sherman Alamosa, Colorado Golding, Thomas Arthur Salt Lake City, Utah Halbur, George Wilfred Scottsbluff, Nebraska Jefferies, Lloyd George Casper, Wyoming Kaylor, Kenneth Kay Burbank, California Kingsolver, Jarret Tulsa, Oklahoma Krenzel, Charles Henry Idaho Springs, Colorado Limbocker, Kenneth Dwain Loveland, Colorado Maydew, Marvin Wayne Lebanon, Kansas Millis, Max Robert Vernonia, Oregon Nelson, Robert Hilding Denver, Colorado Patterson, James Thomaas Loveland, Colorado Peckham, William Tremaine Swisshome, Oregon Sargent, Robert Edwin Des Moines, Iowa . Schiller, Francis Joseph Los Angeles, California Skipp, James Merle Boulder, Colorado Snyder, Ronald Lynn Carnegie, Pennsylvania Swords, George William Billings, Montana Tidwell, Connie A. Palisade, Colorado Timmerman, Raymond J Bellevue, Kentucky Vose, James Leroy Sargent, Nebraska eta Jheta f i Officers President DAVE ROYER Vice president WILLIAM RILEY PATTY Secretary WARDELLWINSLOW Recorder HENRY HUTCHINSON Treasurer RALPH D. HILL Rush Chairman . HENRY BROADHURST The Wooglln boys spenf their spring days up at the Beta Barn, sprucing it up for their homecoming in June. lis said they could hold chapter meeting at the Alpha Phi house, but the boys aren ' t talking. Remembered are parties at Panorama and Lett Hand Canyon, but the boys went out for intramural football and basketball, and the ski meet, too. Outstanding on campus were David hHenderson, ASUC; Wardell Winslow, Assistant Sports Editor S. and S.; John Warlick, Star and Sex- tant, Pi Mu Epsilon, Eta Kappa Nu, Varsity football; Elmer Kasari, foot- ball; Dave Royer, President of Sumalia, Interfraternity Council; and Jiggs Wright, Star and Sextant. 320 C . f Top left to right: A ' exandei, Beecherl, Broadhurst, Daniels. Franklin, Freeman, Gerlach, Henderson, Heyer, Hooks, Howard Hughes, Hungerford. Hunter, Hutchison, Kosari, Kelly, Lopez, Lyddon, Means, Mekhar, Nelson, Nott, Patty Rollow Rogers, Rosencrans, Singleton, Tanner, Walker, Warllck, Werlin, Winslow, Wright. Actives Alexander, Robert . Denver, Colorado Beecherl, William Dallas, Texas Broadhurst, Henry Denver, Colorado Cannon, William Denver, Colorado Clay, Robert Denver, Colorado Crocker, John Whittier, California Danielson, Phil Denver, Colorado Frankland, William Seattle, Washington Freeman, Jack .._ Texahoma, Oklahoma Gerlach, Donald North Olmstead, Ohio Hall, Knowles Mancos, Colorado Hart, Kirby .-. -. Greeley, Colorado Henderson, Dave -- Greeley, Colorado Heyer, James Denver, Colorado Hill, Ralph Denver, Colorado Hooks, Patrick Townsend, Montana Howard, Burton _ ._ Omaha, Nebraska Hughes, Alfred Denver, Colorado Hungerford, John El Paso, Texas Hunter, Robert Denver, Colorado Hutchinson, Henry Boulder, Colorado Kasarl, Finn Lawndale, California Kelly, Allen San Jose, California Lopez, Carlos .- Mexico City, Mexico Lyddon, James -- Kansas City, Kansas Mathews, Glenn _ __ Boulder, Colorado Means, Robert Denver, Colorado Melchar, Bert Rock Springs, Wyoming Nelson, Sanborn -- Denver, Colorado Nott, Hugh --- Denver, Colorado Patty, Riley Denver, Colorado Penny, Maurice Libertvllle, Illinois Rahel, Clifford Omaha, Nebraska Rogers, Burt .__ Beverly Hills, California Rollow, John __ Spokane, Washington Rosencrans, Harold Pensacola, Florida Royer, Dave - Greeley, Colorado Singleton, Millard Boulder, Colorado Tanner, Gareth -- Boulder, Colorado Walker, Dunham Kansas City, Missouri Warlick, John San Diego, California Watt, Thompson Boulder, Colorado Werlin, Otto Denver, Colorado WInslow, Wardell Palo Alto, California Woodard, Clark Evanston, Illinois Wright, Louis Gllette, Wyoming Pledges Brown, James --. Boulder, Colorado Dickson, George Denver, Colorado Fleming, John Boulder, Colorado O ' Rourke, James Denver, Colorado 321 CLiP. di Officers Presidenf CHARLES POWELL Vice-president VERNON SMITH Secretary STEVE KERNAN Treasurer JOSEPH McCONATY Rush Captain VERNON SMITH The Chi Psi party boys hang out at a new abode this year, 1044 University. Asked if they mind their isolation from the center of campus activity, they ' ll say " Oh well, there ' s always something brewing. " Out- standing events in their Social Life were a winter formal in Denver. Pan- orama parties, hayrides, and a spring formal May 10. Veterans are re- turing to the fold and 40 " sterling characters " (adv.) answered the roll call March semester. Active on the campus were Lynn Neafus, first string baseball team, Sumalia; Larry Flowers, swim team and Pi Tau Sigma; hiap Hammond, chemical honorary: Whiz Wampler, ski team. 322 Actives Antonides, Ralph Carbondale, Colorado Banning, David Denver, Colorado Bell, Bill Denver, Colorado Flower, Larry Denver, Colorado Francis, Thomas -... Denver, Colorado hHamp+on, Loring Salt Lake City, Utah Hix, Charles F Estes Park, Colorado Jacobs, Rollo Denver, Colorado Jacobson, Olaf Denver, Colorado Kernan, Steve Hastings, Nebraska McConaty, Joseph .— Denver, Colorado Neafus, Lynn Omaha, Nebraska Pov ell, Charles Denver, Colorado Pulis, Jay - Denver, Colorado Ritter, Ralph - Pueblo, Colorado Smith, Vernon Omaha, Nebraska Todd, Bruce - Plainsfield, New Jersey Walker, John Denver. Colorado Wampler, Wilson Denver, Colorado Whitaker, Edward -_ Fort Collins, Colorado Pledges Murphy, Donald Denver, Colorado Petten, Ed Van Thermopolis, Wyoming Reed, Irwin Estes Park, Colorado Reide, Alvin Denver, Colorado Todd, Jack Plainsfield, New Jersey 323 cfDeltcL CLU esDeltci OfRcers ROSS OLIVER President EARL REARDON Vice President DONALD EVANS „ Secretary ROBERT MOORE Treasurer HARRY FARNHAM Rush Captain The Delta Shelter boys, first Greeks on campus, upheld ye olde tradition this year by winning the Scholarship Trophy, the chug-a-lug cup, and first prize for their float at Homecoming time. Their formal at Cherry Hills was a big winter event, and they had many tea dances and beer busts as well. Prominent Delts are Rees Behrendt, editor of the Colo- radan, member of Player ' s Club, V ho ' s Who In American Colleges, and member of the editorial bord of the Silver and Gold and the Dodo; John Ralfe, Scimitar, Sumalia, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Alpha Psi, Business school board of directors, and CU Days committee; Duff Reardon, Pi Tau Sigma, Tau Beta Pi; and Bill Mallory, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Pi Tau Sigma, and Psi Eta Pi. 324 Top left to right: Behrendt, Callard, Carpenter, Corbin, Dickinson, Dingerson, Evans, Farnham, Faurot, Freppel, berg, Mallory, Miller, Moore, R., Moore, W., Neader, Raife, Randell, Reardon, Stevens, Turner. Turnquist, Wardma Fyhrie, n, Yaqe Grier, He Actives Behrendt, Rees Kansas Ci+y, Missouri Bigelow, Robert Denver, Colorado Carpenter, Scot! Boulder, Colorado Cole, Kenneth Dallas, Texas Corbin, David Boulder, Colorado Dickinson, John Denver, Colorado Evans, Donald Colorado Springs, Colorado Farnham, Harry Minneapolis, Minnesota Fyhrie, George Spokane, Washington Freppel, Robert Denver, Colorado Irwin, Robert Sheridan, Wyoming Krusemark, Donald Pender, Nebraska LaRoux, Gene Flint, Michigan Llnd, Sam Los Angeles, California Lindberg, Jerome Rothsay, Minnesota Mallory, William Brewster, Kansas Miller, James Sarasota, Florida Moore, Robert Wichita, Kansas Moore, William Arlington, Kansas Oliver, Ross Greeley, Colorado Peterson, Daniel Greeley, Colorado Raife, John Estherville, Iowa Reardon, Earl Montrose, California Riley, Chester Fort Collins, Colorado Smith, Carl Farmington, Missouri Smith, Don Cedar Rapids, Iowa Stevens, Gene Beatrice, Nebraska Wardman, Charles Long Beach, California Yager, Joseph Atwood, Kansas Pledges Barnes, Rolland Denver, Colorado Callard, Robert Lansing, Michigan Dingerson, Donald Berwyn, Illinois Faurot, Joseph Los Angeles, California Van Grieb, Robert Dowington, Pennsylvania hfowell, Gordon Denver, Colorado Neader, Robert Berwyn, Illinois Peters, George Berwyn, Illinois Randell, Russell Denver, Colorado Ritchie, Myrna Boulder, Colorado Turner, John Colorado Springs, Colorado Turnquist, Edwin .... Littleton, Colorado 325 appa ipp f ma Officers WINFIELD HALL President RAY SAHLBERG Vice President LOWELL KIEFFER G.M.C. JAMES KYLE Secretary JAMES DARR Treasurer BILL HEAPES Rush Captain The Kappa Sigs, turning sadly from free movies to other things now that Lowell Kieffer no longer takes tickets at the Boulder, found solace in numerous tea dances, a dancing party at the Coronado Club in Denver, and a Founder ' s Day Banquet; they also found that Panorama parties help to while away the time formerly spent at the flickers. They were outstanding in sports and emerged unde- feated in intramural football as divisional champs. Outstanding men are Bill Lazorchick, ASUC Prexy; John Davis, Eta Kappa Nu, Pentagon Club, and Phi Epsilon Phi; James Kyle, Tau Beta Pi, and Eta Kappa Nu; and Al Rohrbaugh, Sumalia and varsity football. 326 .1 ' l-J: I Top left to right: Browne, Caughren, Coe, Darr, Davis, Di Mercurlo, Evans, Fairvalley. Fellows, Gassman, Hedges. Kieffer, Kyle, Lazorchlcic, Lundy, Merge. Riley, Rohrbaugh. Sampson. Thompson. Waldo, Wood. Actives Browne, Herbert W Mobile, Alabama Caughren, James L Albuquerque, New Mexico Coe, Capron Grand Junction, Colorado Cunningham, Jack Jacksonville, Texas Darr, James Wood River, Illinois Davis, John Pasadena, California DiMercurio, Cyril Pi+tsburg, California Dye, Richard Council Bluffs, Iowa Evans, Lloyd K _ Denver, Colorado Fellows, Rowland Berkeley, California Gassman, Walter F San Francisco, California Hall, Winfield Klamath Falls, Oregon Heapes, William E., Jr _ St. Louis, Missouri Hyder, Hugh M Denver, Colorado Kieffer, Lowell .,.- Pueblo, Colorado Kyle, James W. .__ Mission, Kansas Lazorchick, William McKeesport, Pennsylvania Mann, John A Chicago, Illinois Marchant, Wendell E. Omaha, Nebraska Menge, James Oakland, California Miles, Bert Woodland, Washington Morris, Don __ Denver, Colorado Peters, Charles H West Point, Nebraska Reardon, Dan Newington, Connecticut Reeves, William P Cheyenne, Wyoming Riley, Elvin _ Alameda, California Roach, Daniel Denver, Colorado Rohrbaugh, Allan J Hollywood, California Sahlberg, Ray Watsonville, California Sampson, Jack Junction City, Kansas Smith, Gurdon Denver, Colorado Smith, Millard J - Trinidad, Colorado Vinson, Raymond Alamosa, Colorado Young, Charles E Pueblo, Colorado Waldo, Robert -. Los Angeles Watts, James McComb, Mississippi Pledges Engelsman, William - Chicago, Illinois Fairvalley, Jay C. -- . Riverside, Illinois Goble, Harold G. ___ North Platte, Nebraska Hedges, George M Pueblo, Colorado Lundy, Paul b Fowler, Colorado McGiny, Eugene Great Falls, Montana Richardson, Fred T Meadville, Pennsylvania Rockefellow, Ted Alamosa, Colorado Thompson, Robert D. _.. - - Enid, Oklahoma Wood, Russell W., Jr. Denver, Colorado 327 PU 2). a DU a Officers Oral Moore President Theodore Schmidt .. Vice-president Richard Leonard Secretary Wllllann McKenzie Treasurer Joe Ben Dickey Rush Captain To prove that their ruggedness is not confined to sports, the Phi Delts rounded up a healthy tradition which had been wandering around old lumbercamps for the last few years, and threw a really pre-war party at the Alps, the Woodchoppers ' Ball. A dinner dance was held in Denver, and other activities include beer busts, hay rides and tea dances. The Phi Delts were outstanding sportsmen: two All- Conference football players were Tom Broyles and Bob Wise, and other varsity men included Joe Ben Dickey, Rollin Wilson and Bill Albers. John Hussa was javelin- hurler for the track team, and Homer Eggers held down second base on the baseball field. 328 1 ' i ?- c-l! ' r ' Slfr Actives Top left to right: Barnhill, Broyles, Carlson, Carter, Clarke, Coates, Comml ns, DeVore, Dicley. Eaglen, Eggers, Ferrell, Gillespie, C, Gillespie, R., Haughton, Muggins, Kaub, Kelly, Kenley, Kllzer, Leonard, McAllister, McCracken, McDougal, Malcolm, Manning, Mayne, Merritt. Olson, Pry, Shull, Taylor, Telfer, Whitehouse, Wilkey, Wilson, E., Wilson, R., Wiemann, Wolf, Young, Zerschllng. Pledges Barnhill, Sam Kaub, George H. Pickens, M. Russell Broyles, Thomas M. Kelly, John A. Schmidt, Ted G. Carter, Charles L. Kilpitrick, Douglas S. Schroeder, James 1 Coates, Jack P. Kllzer, John L. Shull, Paul E. Conlon, Richard P. Leonard, Richard C. Stevens, Art Daane, Kenneth E. Mayne, Roland B. Taylor, John W. Dean, Basil G. McAllister, Eugene Telfer, James D. Dickey, Joe Ben McCracken, William H. West, Paul Eggers, Homer E. McGregor, Bruce Whitney, Edward J Eubank, William Y. McKenile, William W. Wiemann, Hugh G Faubion, William C. Merritt, Ralph W. Wilkey. Edward B. Ferrell, Michael R. Moore, Oral L. Wilson, Earl S. Gillespie, Clarke B. O ' Keefe, Raymond E. Wise, Robert A. Haughton, William R. Olson, Robert C. Wolfe, Edward Jeffrey, Matthew Yant, Robert K. Barrett, Brice C. Manning, Elmer L. Carieson. Samuel G. Moyer. Robert D. Clarke, Conway C. Pitchford. Thomas E. Commins, Emmet A. Putman, Charles L. Covey, Harry Pry, Wayne L. DeVore, Kent L. Rothschopf, Kenneth C. Eaglen, James A. Volker, William W. Gellespie, Bob E. Wells, Dwight M. Hugins, Richard M. Whaley, Shelby L. Johnson, Howard L. Whitehouse, Richard K. Kinley, Bernard E. Young, Charles D. Malcolm, George S. Zerschllng, Keith L. 329 - " ni L a nma oDeita OfRcers ROBERT PHILUPSON President FRED DICKSON Secretary AL MITCHUM Treasurer DONALD TEMPEST Rush Captain The Panorama Party boys, carrying on in traditional Fiji fashion as they have in their 34 years on campus, also included in their social roster several banquets, a dance at the Alps, and many tea dances. In athletics the Phi Gams were outstanding: Pete Peters, Ken Knieval and Ralph Scott were All-Conference football players; Ernie Fuller and tHarold Beattie, as well as other Fijis, wore the Silver and Sold on the basketball team; and Jimmie Griffith was second in a varsity ski meet. In intramurals the Phi Gams were in the finals in basketball and football. Outstanding Fiji activity men are Bob Phillipson, var- sity football and Sumalia; Marty Williams, ASUC Com- missioner, Coloradan, and Who ' s Who in American Col- leges; Walt Koebel, Sumalia, Commander of an NROTC company; and Jim Ross, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, ASCE prexy, and Chi Epsilon. 1 f-Tii. f- r«i ' rirr., ■ ' n ImD, • •-1 V Top left to right: Baird, Breuner, Burlctiardt, Childs, Curry, Di«on, Franklin. Griffith, Humphries, Jones, Knieval, Larson, D., Larson, L., Lattimer Ledbefter, McCarty, McNeill, Martin, Mltchum, Mulhern, O ' Keefe, Peters, Pool, Ross, J., Ross, S., Thompson, Trent, Vlnlng, Ward, Williams. Actives Seattle, Harold _ _ Boulder, Colorado Cobb, William Waco, Texas Childs, Richard Boise, Idaho Creaghe, John __ Lamar, Colorado Dixon, Fred __.. Pueblo, Colorado Durr, Eugene Colorado Springs, Colorado Downing, John _ Boulder, Colorado Edgar, Ralph ._ _ Pueblo, Colorado Franklin, William Colorado Springs, Colorado Frederic, Robert ._ ._ Denver, Colorado Fuller, Ernest ._ __ Boulder, Colorado Griffith, Robert Ketchum, Idaho Johnson, Robert Colorado Springs, Colorado Knieval, Kenneth __ Loveland, Colorado Larsen, Leonard __ Denver, Colorado Lattimer, Elmer ,_ _ Algona, Iowa Ledbetter, Loy _,_ University City, Missouri McNeill, Gordon ___ Denver, Colorado Mitchum, Allen .._ San Francisco, California Murtha, Jack Providence, Rhode Island Nichols, Robert _._ .. Denver, Colorado O ' Keefe, Joe Clayton, Missouri Peters, August __ Lovell, Wyoming Phillipson, Robert hlolbrook, Nebraska Platts, Harvey _ Boulder, Colorado Rose, Hubert Colorado Springs, Colorado Ross, James Houston, Texas Ross, Stanley _ Houston, Texas Ray, John Denver, Colorado Rymer, Donald _ _ ._ Maplewood, Colorado Starks, Robert _ Denver, Colorado Stiriling, Jack ,_ Denver, Colorado Temple, Charles Pueblo, Colorado Trent, Michael Boulder, Colorado Vining, William Denver, Colorado Williams, Martin _ _ Denver, Colorado Pledges Baird, Kenneth _._ _ _. Pueblo, Colorado Breuner, William Sacramento, California Burkhardt, Dick Denver, Colorado Curry, Dudley - - Lamar, Colorado Hunphreys, Donald ... Denver, Colorado Jones, Robert Brighton, Colorado Knous, Merle Denver, Colorado Larson, Donald . Colorado Springs, Colorado Martin, Kenneth - Pueblo, Colorado McCarty, Frank Boulder, Montana Mulhern, Richard - Wichita, Kansas McMillan, Paul Omaha, Nebraska McWhinney, LeRoy Denver, Colorado Pool, Larry Golden, Colorado Rounds, Ralph Wichita, Kansas Scott, ' Ralph Haxtun, Colorado Sterling, Robert Canon City, Colorado Thompson, Tommy Boulder, Colorado Ward, Edwin Omaha, Nebras!:a Witaschok, Fred Lakewood, Colorado 331 J- nl appa Jc au OfRcers CLINTON LOVRET President CAREY SARLO Vice President EUGENE ARNETT Secretary SIDNEY LANIER Treasurer ARTHUR TRYBA Rush Captain The Pleasantview Grange boys — that ' s where they spend all their time — came out of their rustic retreat just long enough to flash into society and retire again. They held their own in this fashion with successful tea dances, hay rides and beer busts. In September a formal dinner dance was held in Denver. Bob Jindra, varsity football and track man, was among their outstanding athletes. The Phi Taus won the intramural Softball championship last fall, and dragged out their pre-war victory bell to celebrate their victory. They won second place in house decorations at Homecoming. Prominent men in the fraternity are Dick Renz, Chi Epsilon; Phil Morgan, Colorado Engineer; Clint Lovret, Knots and Fathoms and the Colorado Engineer; the Fowler twins. Knots and Fathoms. 332 Top left to right: Arnett, Brown, Burns, Syoul . Clark, Dain. Dunn, Grimm, Gross, Heflln, Hinkston, Jordan, King, Kirk, Lanier, Levy, Mori Nelson, Prager, Qulmby, Raymond, Renz, Robison, Raymond, R., Sarlo, Shapiro, Sorenson, Stoehr, Vance, Woodward, Wright. Arnett, Eugene V. Clark, David E. Dain, Wendell L. Davis, William J. Dunn, L. Edwin Grimm, Robert L. Heflin, William H. Kinkston, Romeo D. Jordon, Stuart C. King, Robert H. Lanier, Sidney J. E. Actives Levy, Morgan I. Lovret, E. Clinton Morgan, Philip R. Morrison, Richard Nelson, Glenn Nicks, J. William Perkins, James W. Prager, Frank C. Quimby, Robert L. Raymond, Russell Raymond, William J Renz, Richard W. Robison, Alan Sarlo, Carey A. Shapiro, Robert J. Sorenson, James P. Stoehr, Raymond Tryba, Arthur F. Williams, Lyie W. Woods, Robert Woodward, hHerbert N. Wright, George hi. Brown, Leonard E. Burns, Jack S. Byouk, Joseph M. Carpanello, Joseph Canino, Louis Colby, Norman Pledges Gross, Alvin Gunderson, William Jones, Lloyd L. Klein, Robert A. Klein, Robert Thompson, Ralph Vance, Barton L. Kirk, Fred Brackett, David Bettehouser, Don Arwood, John 333 PkiSi 9 ma tsDelta Officers BEN MILLER President STEPHEN GORDON Vice President STANLEY WEINER Secretary JOE SILVERMAN Treasurer STEPHEN GORDON Rush Captain The Phi Sigs almost began the year with a major tragedy; Romeo disappeared, and it was only a ter a search of several months that he was discovered hiding under a violet in Longmont. He ' s home now and the chapter has relaxed. They had an active year in intramurals, and had an equally successful time in activities and party times. Ben Miller leads the list of activity men, since he is not only president of the fraternity, but is also prexy of Inter-Frat council, VUF, and Hillel and includes among his other activities advertising manager of the Silver and Gold, and ASUC Commissioner. Stephen Gordon is a member of Phi Epsilon Phi and is sports editor of the S G. Stanley Weiner is also a Phi Ep, a member of Pi Mu Epsilon and Alpha Epsilon Delta, and he swims on the varsity team. 3M D f f ' k Top left to right: Ainsbinder, Finesilver, Ginsberg, Goldman, Gorden, Grossman, Heller, Katz, B., Katz, N., Klaver. Light, Lopatln, Mellman, Pepper, Rollnick, Rothstein, Silverman, Tenenbaum, Weiner, Yaches. Actives Miller, Ben Denver, Colorado Gordon, Stephen ._ Denver, Colorado Ginsberg, Norman Denver, Colorado Light, Paul Denver, Colorado Pepper, Murray Pueblo, Colorado Rothstein, Robert New York, New York Yoches, Robert Denver, Colorado Pellish, Harrie Denver, Colorado Finesilver, Sherman Denver, Colorado Mellman, Gerald Denver, Colorado Ainbinder, Howard Brooklyn, New York Tenenbaum, Harold Colorado Springs, Colorado Katz, Robert Pueblo, Colorado Katz, Nathan Pueblo, Colorado Weiner, Stanley Denver, Colorado Grossman, Lee Denver, Colorado Silverman, Joe Providence, Rhode Island Plotkin, Sheldon Denver, Colorado Klaver, Lincoln Omaha, Nebraska Pledges Lipman, Bryon Chicago, Illinois Rollnick, Phillip Denver, Colorado Goldman, Phillip Denver, Colorado Heller, Gerald Denver, Colorado Kleiner, Marvin Denver, Colorado Schwartz, Stanley Denver, Colorado Lopatin, Paul Denver, Colorado 335 PiJC appa w Iplta Officers JAMES WYCHE President BERNARD ALBERTS „ Vice President LOU DODS Secretary RUSSELL GROESBECK Treasurer BERNARD ALBERTS Rush Captain The Pi Kap Java Jive boys, originators of the " coffee busts " which have been taken up by the campus with great enthusiasm, also included in their list of social activities a dinner dance In Denver, and many tea dances and beer busts. They are co-holders of the Intramural football championship in the field of sports. Graduating seniors of prominence are Howard Sp r5, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, PI Tau Sigma, Pi Mu Epsllon, and Sigma PI Sigma; Bob Chipman, Sumalla, and Varsity track man; Jim V yche, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Eta Kappa Nu, president of Combined Engineers, and V ho ' s Who in American Colleges. 336 ' - .► Top left to right: Alberts, Anderson, Balch, Backer, Beckman, Branflick, Chapman, DILorenzo, Dods, Ecklund, Erickson, Hugh, Karlson, Kintigh, Mayer, Miguez, Mounger, Newlon, Oldaker, Powell, Robertson, Spears, Watters, Woods. Actives Alberts, Bernard J. Radcliffe, Iowa Anderson, Russell B Salt Lake City, Utah Balch, Jack L Burley, Idaho Backer, Matthias hi St. Louis, Missouri Branflick, Robert A Baltimore, Maryland Chipman, Robert D San Diego, California DeSouchet, William O Boulder, Colorado DiLorenzo, Raymond R Denver, Colorado Dods, Lou K Salt Lake City, Utah Erickson, Wallace D Denver, Colorado Folsom, Hugh A Salt Lake City, Utah Gilmore, Keith hi. Ontario, Oregon Groesbeck, Russell F Springville, Utah Karlson, Wesley L North hlollywood, California Kimball, Norman D. La Junta, Colorado Kintigh, Allen E Dellvale, Kansas Lombardi, Michael Denver, Colorado Mayer, Jack E Wichita, Kansas Miguez, Walter S Port Jefferson, N. Y. Mounger, William R Houston, Texas Newlon, Richard W Denver, Colorado Oldaker, Merrit R Albuquerque, New Mexico Patton, Robert H Missouri City, Texas Powell, Albert J Ogden, Utah Radloff, Emerson Boulder, Colorado Raso, Sollie S Denver, Colorado Robertson, Harold C Bunney, Arkansas Smith, James A Denver, Colorado Spears, Howard C Denver, Colorado Walter, Richard K Denver, Colorado Woodard, Richard K Carrizozo, N. M. Wyche, James C Sherman, Texas Pledges Beckman, Robert L. Denver, Colorado Ecklund, Lawrence E Fresno, California Farnsworth, William J. Fort Morgan, Colorado Fielder, William R Denver, Colorado Kistler, Charles M. Longmont, Colorado Olsen, Alan P Boulder, Colorado Roden, James E Kelso, Washington Topel, Kenneth D Port Orchard, Washington Trask, Vernon L Denver, Colorado Watters, John J Omaha, Nebraska Wilson, Asil T Nederland, Colorado Wolf, Robert L Fort Morgan, Colorado Woods, Philip E Pueblo, Colorado 337 iama ipna ' 9 C n Alton Officers SAM FRY President MAC TANNER Vice President HARRY LEE Secretary WILLIE HOPPE Treasurer MARK COONS Rush Captain The title of " Hairy-chested men " was disputed this winter when Jack Timmer, SAE and not ATO, won the coveted mustache cup at the AWS vaudeville, the prize for having the longest beard. The celebration which followed this victory was only one of the SAE s many parties, which included formals, banquets, and the in- evitable beer busts. The SAEs have many outstanding activity men, in- cluding Bob West, Regimental Commander of the Naval Unit, and All-Conference football player; Dick Lisco, Varsity football and track, Sumalia, ASUC Commissioner, and Who ' s Who in American Colleges; Harry Lee, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Tau, Chi Epsilon, Pi Mu Epsilon, and Combined Engineers; and Mark Coons, ASUC Commis- sion and Inter-Frat council. 338 f O ' o Top left to right: Abbott, Barrlnger, Brown, Carrlngton, Coons, Connett, Gorman, Covington, Delzell, Curt Erickson, Keith Ericltson, Espy, George, Gorsuch, Hoppe, Lee, Lindee, Longnecker, Nicholas, Oglevie, Reed, Roark, Seeton, Timmer, Walker, Wunderly. Actives Abbott, Bob — Baton Rouge, Louisiana Blensley, Bob Salem, Oregon Beach, Byron Pasadena, California Carrington, George Los Angeles, California Cizik, Ed Hastings, Nebraska Collis, Jim Ashland, Oregon Coons, Mark Riverside, Illinois Connett, Don Mollola, Oregon Corman, Roger Beverly hiills, California Covington, Bob Chicago, Illinois Crow, Bud - Kansas City, Missouri Daigneault, Charles Worchester, Massachusetts Delzell, Ralph Aztec, New Mexico Ellis, Clarence Topeka, Kansas Espy, Cal .- Jacksonville, Florida Erickson, Curt Portland, Oregon Erickson, Keith Seattle, Washington Fry, Sam Denver, Colorado George, Cliff Boulder, Colorado Gorsuch, Ray Phoenix, Arizona fHaverty, Pat __ Los Angeles, California Hendrickson, Stan Casper, Wyoming Hobbs, Bill Longmont, Colorado hlofmann, Jack Colorado Springs, Colorado Holman, Bill Corona Del Mar, California Hoppe, Willie Missoula, Montana Hughes, Jerry Utlca, New York Huggins, Toady Coffeyville, Kansas Hunt, Jack Denver, Colorado Isaac, Bob .._ Denver, Colorado Johnson, Russ Denver, Colorado Lazell, Bill Denver, Colorado Lee, Frank Denver, Colorado Lee, Harry Colorado Springs, Colorado Lee, William Denver, Colorado Lindee, Bob Denver, Colorado Longnecker, Dick Arvada, Colorado Lough, Tom Port Blakely, Washington Marion, Frank Rapid City, South Dakota McCulloch, OIlie Logan, Utah Melville, Al Rocky Ford, Colorado Minick, LeRoy Longmont, Colorado Mitchell, Ronnie Denver, Colorado Nicholas, Tom ._ Casper, Wyoming Oglevie, Jim Arvada, Colorado Pearson, Jud Wayne, Nebraska Pettit, Bill Salem, Oregon Reed, Fred Brooklyn, New York Roark, Dick Fort Worth, Texas Rosholt, Jack Denver, Colorado Scott, Walter Durham, North Carolina Seeton, Ross Denver, Colorado Smead, Joe Spokane, Washington Smith, Jake Denver, Colorado Smith, Dudley Denver, Colorado Steward, Bob Rocky Ford, Colorado Tanner, Mac Los Angeles, California Thomas, Bob Denver, Colorado Timmer, Jack Muskegon, Michigan Wardell, Tom Los Angeles, California Watchie, John Seattle, Washington Wunderly, Le Roy Colorado Springs, Colorado Pledges Barrlnger, Paul - Lynchburg, Virginia Huleatt, Bill Denver, Colorado 339 iama ( hi ' 9 OfRcers GUSTAV ANDERSON President MELVIN HOWLAND Vice President DONALD BENNALLACK Secretary DONALD GRAY Treasurer JOHN MITCHELL Pledge Trainer The Sigs are getting prepared for a quick leap into civilian life next year by running a rugged commando course of beer busts, tea dances, and beer busts. They include Panorama parties in their pre-final cramming, and they seem to have discovered in them the painless way to a 3 point. Their big winter formal was held this year at Cherry Hills Country club. They participated in all sports, and won first place in the intramural ski meet held in January at Winter Park. Several outstanding members include Gus Anderson, ASUC Commissioner: Don Gray, Homecoming general chairman and Greek Combine president; Don Bennallack, president of Phi Delta Chi; and Joe Looper, president of Sigma Tau. S40 J Top left to right: Akers, Axell, Bell. Bennallack, Cain, Dryden, Elwood, Farabaugh, French, Gasseway, Genace, Gray, Herbert. Howland, Ireland, Keller, Langley. Lonabaugh, Mitchell, Musslewhlte, Ouren, Parsons, Peacock, Renberg, Robbins, Seydler. Schuhart Seeber Storer, Teutch, VanCamp, Warens, Williams, C, Williams, Clarence, Woods. Actives Anderson, Gus ..._ Denver. Colorado Axell, Dick Denver, Colorado Beadles, Nick Asheville, North Carolina Bennallack. Don Denver, Colorado Bennett. Robbie Fort Collins, Colorado Bruggeman. Bud Rapid City, South Dakota Cain. Gil ._ Pueblo, Colorado Dryden, Merrill Guymon, Oklahonna Eland, Glen Denver, Colorado Elv ood, Bill _ Denver, Colorado Farabaugh, Jeff Pueblo, Colorado Gerace, Mike Pottsville, Pennsylvania Gray, Don Indianapolis, Indiana Green, Don __ San Diego, California Herbert, Dick ._. Kansas City, Missouri Hov land, Mel Denver, Colorado Keller, Jack Memphis. Tennessee Langley, De Witt Denver, Colorado Lee, Pucky .. ._ Denver, Colorado Lonabaugh, Gene _._. Sheridan, Wyoming Mitchell, John _ hllnsdale, Illinois Moomaw, Bob Lincoln, Nebraska Parsons, Don .._ _ Winnetka, Illinois Peacock, Elwin . . _ _ hlouston, Texas Renberg, Clair Colorado Springs, Colorado Seydler, Fierb FHouston, Texas Seeber, Nort Chicago, Illinois VanCamp, John .. .. Portland, Oregon Pledges Akers, hHarold Boulder, Colorado Bell, Clayton Larned, Kansas French, Wendell Stromsburg, Nebraska Gassaway, Turner Elm Mott, Texas Ireland, Jack Blissfield, Michigan Montgomery, Dick Ouren, Bruce Redmon, John Robbins, Devon . Rogers, Les Schuhart, Verne . Storer,. Bill Billingham, Washington .- hiarlan, Iowa ... Dennison, Texas Huntington, Indiana Collbran, Colorado Dalhart, Texas Pueblo, Colorado Teutch, Stan Santa Fe, Nev Mexico Warnes, Byron Winnetka, Illinois Williams, Chris Boulder, Colorado Williams, Clarence Boulder, Colorado Woods, John Hanover, New Hampshire 341 iatna i [u Officers DON RAMSTETTER President ALBERTO CUBILLAS Vice President JACK EGAN Secretary JACK GNADINGER Treasurer CLIFFORD OHMAN Rush Captain The boys with the only open house on campus really took advantage of the situation this year, throwing large parties for every occasion including the anniversary of the Chicago fire (Mrs. O ' Leary ' s husband was a Sigma Nu). Among their outstanding social events were the lavish Greenwich Village winter formal, and the " Bill ' s " dance in March. The old expression that no nus is good nus was proved false this year as the boys shone not only in society, but also in sports and activities. Outstanding members of the fraternity are Don Ramstetter, Inter-Frat Council, Pan American club, Phi Sigma lota. Pi Gamma Mu, Players Club, Pacesetter; Derald Whiting, ASUC Commissioner, Inter-Frat Council, and Greek Combine; and Bill Ahumada, Pan American Club prexy and Alpha Chi Sigma. 342 C 0 ff ' . w . Top left to right: Ahumada. Anderson, Beclcwlth, Blackmarr, Blickhahn, Crowley, Cubillas, Culpepper, Dewi Gray, Huey, Jackson, Johnson, R.. Johnson, T., Johnson, W., Knox, Link, Lloyd, MacDonald, McMillan, Myer Roe, Shanbyn, Sherwood, Thomas. . Eagen, Gnadinger. Goodwin, E., Myers. F.. O ' Brien, Ohman, Actives Ahumada, Bill Mexico City, Mexico Anderson, Eric A . Petaluma, California Becke+f, William F Piedmont, California Beckwi+h, Frank L Loveland, Colorado Blackmarr, Richard J Boulder, Colorado Blickhahn, hlenry .__ ..._ Alamosa, Colorado Brewer, Charles R Dodd City, Texas Corral, Jorge hiermosillo, Senora, Mexico Cramer, Robert J Denver, Colorado Crowley, Jim Chickasha, Oklahoma Cubillas, Al Suaymas, Senora, Mexico Culpepper, Warren Denver, Colorado Dewey, William F Farson, Wyoming Egan, Jack Joliet, Illinois Eldridge, Don Nyssa, Oregon Eldridge, Robert G Nyssa, Oregon Gimmel, Henry L. _ San Francisco, California Gnadinger, John F Joliet, Illinois Goodwin, Joseph B Waco, Texas Gotsch, Curtis C St. Louis, Missouri Gray, Allan C. San Luis Obispo, California Heckler, John -- - .- Kansas City, Kansas Hofheinz, Martin C Redwood City, California Huey, H. Robert ___ Denver, Colorado Jackson, Paul L. ._ Boulder, Colorado Johnson, R. Harold Denver, Colorado Johnson, Thaddeus C Torrington, Wyoming Johnson, William N Kansas City, Kansas Knox, J. Wallace Loveland, Colorado Link, Joseph F _ Denver, Colorado Lloyd, Bob G _. Walsenberg, Colorado Makaroff, George San Francisco, California McDonnell, Bucky Denver, Colorado McMillan, Claude Ada, Oklahoma Murphy, George W. Longmont, Colorado Myers, Ed Boulder, Colorado Myers, Frank C Meridian, Idaho O ' Brien, Bill Denver, Colorado Ohman, Cliff -- ----- Joliet, Illinois Perry, Warren Santa Paula, California Raedels, William R Buhl, Idaho Ramstetter, Donald E - --- — . Golden, Colorado Roe, Donald R - Colorado Springs, Colorado Rugeley, Norton Wharton, Texas Savage, Don - Portland, Oregon Schloredt, Dave Seattle, Washington St. Aubyn, Glenn H. Russell, Kansas Sykes, David W Springfield Gardens, New York Taschek, Bll -..- Seattle, Washington Thomas, John P Shreveport, Louisiana Usher, Jack H Modesto, California Volquardsen, Leiand J San Francisco, California Weisz, Charles P - Seville, Ohio Whiting, R. Derald Loveland, Colorado Whitsell, John -. Redwood City, California Woodruff, William L. Buhl, Idaho Pledges Hansen, Stu - - Pierce, Nebraska Ingles, Bob Walsenberg, Colorado Proetz, Charles — Texarkana, Texas Ridge, Rich Walsenberg, Colorado Ryan, Don Longmont, Colorado Sherwood, Cliff Kearney, Nebraska 343 DDyPiJTJBJDf) 344 _ SUCCESSFUL YEARBOOK embodies a great deal more than the tangible things which go into its ' production. There ' s an evanescent sonnething we ' ll call spirit upon which the final success of your book rests. We are certain you will wish to ioin us in our con- gratulations to the " spirits " behind the Coloradan REES BEHRENDT the editor ANNE HYLAN, the business manager It doesn ' t take a yearbook alone to capture our inter- est. We take pride in the perfection of every job we do . . . large or small. 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