University of Connecticut - Nutmeg Yearbook (Storrs, CT)

 - Class of 1941

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AN f 1 ' BAND President Eagan Secretary Block Assistant Leader Appell Drum Major Callahan First Row, left to right: Ea- gan, King, Frick, Callahan, Baldwin, Block, Appell. Second Row, left to right: Bloom, Ingersoll, Otis, Heise, Lieberman, Rubin, Bernstein, Mann, Sicklick, Fabro. Third Row, left to right: C0- ler, Suman, McLeod, Metilits, Platt, Glater, Demicio, Brown, Bachner, Goldstein. CHEER LEADERS Captain A Lubell Assistant Captain Wollenb erg First Row, left to right: Mac- Donald, 'Southwick, Wollen- berg, Hinman. Second Row, left to right: Katz, Lubell, Leibert. 4 , fd 6iNQ1'SR3!y.y f?lzfzc1xfN" EHEEHLE DEH5 A familiar picture in their white lettered sweaters and gray-blue military uniforms, the University Band deserves much credit for playing their part in helping school spirit so excellently. Under the able direction of J ack W. Broucek and led by Erwin Appel, the band with its snappy arrange- ments, especially of "The Husky Song," is an enjoyable part of all our athletic contests. The University Band was reorganized in 1939 by .lack Broucek and is fast growing in size. It affords anyone an opportunity to learn to play band instruments. The band plays at rallies, athletic contests and other school activities. The Cheerleaders play an important part in maintaining unity and school spirit in the student body. The group this year attained these objectives to the utmost. They deserve much credit for the fine job they did in leading us to cheer on our teams. The initiative and diligence, the extensive practices, all bore fruit in the performances. Amazingly energetic, they did much to cheer our teams through their successful seasons. Pretty, and snappy in theiranew-uniforms Pat, Mac, .lean and Edie were definitely an important part of our athletic contests. The boys, led by Art Lubell, can also be given credit for helping to attain a Worthy school spirit at the games. 10 A C 4234

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5 N 5 fi mil writ g .gin mnffi muff' if Em Y I yi H?" in f Jill .s .!ff'v ,gy gm! H12 ,ig gli! Z,-JF? 1 ,ygfff Q , 1 -f Tig-l' i" ,vw 'lu', ,,,. l .4 ,wtf .1 . 1 ,puff ..f "lf vi. "ln ,LM .I il i The Bankiva Club, founded in 1933, was organized to create' a common meeting ground and discussion group for all students interested in poultry husbandry. ' Meeting twice a month, the club discusses topics of current interest in the poultry world and sponsors programs of speakers and moving pictures. The club is affiliated with the .National Collegiate Poultry Club. On November 9, l939 the Bankiva Club published the first issue of the National Collegiate Poultry Club Newsletter. The club also assists in staging the annual vo-ag day. The University Dairy Products judging team competed in two contests and placed second each time. The team judged milk, cheese, butter, and ice cream at both contests. Placings were based on the scores in each product, and in all products. At the National Dairy Products Judging Contest held at Atlantic City the team placed second in all products in a field of twenty-one from colleges all over the country. J. W. Atwood won second place in ice cream judging. The individual ratings were as follows: J. A. Bierkan, sev- enthg J. W. Atwood, eleventh, and.H. D. Bentley, thirteenth. On the basis of this, one member of the team was -awarded a fellowship worth 35600. At the Eastern States Dairy Products Judging Contest held at Springfield, the team placed second in a field of eleven. Bentley won first place in judging cheese. The team was ably coached by Leanard R. Dowd, assistant professor of Dairy Industries, and E. O. Anderson, associate professor of Dairy Industries. BAXHIVA CLUB IBANKIVA CLUB President Brown Vice-President Smith Secretary Goldman Treasurer Nielsen First Row, left to right: Dr. Scott, Goldman, Smith, Brown, Mr. Singsen. Second Row, left to right: Gracewski, Chorches, Guzman, Galgowski, Katz, Nielsen. DAIRY PRODUCTS JUDG-ING TEAM Left to right: Mr. Dowd, Bier- ken, Atwood, Bentley. DAIRY PHUDUET5 JUHGINE TEAM. 11

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