University of Houston - Houstonian Yearbook (Houston, TX)

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is HU STUNIAN :- ' 9 1 9 ii? Bllllli ELEVEN 72? Omciaf yeargool' of fge UNIVERSITY IIE HUUSTUN f9,.m,4e4 4, 51.,J.,,Lf, 'i?i?'vi?i?wi1?iki? .mnm.m.." "'A 7' MMI uri plug Min Egg' :Juju 'erin f' Sf!! +!:1!?? A N " W 4 ... . " :Je Will .W I rf'!! ,: ' I "VW: In n my n ,gl H H Y W :1::2:: :I.:gr: ,sfflu -?:'!:z !I!'Hf 'I !! . 'I J in n :Amin 1:31 T' nl i I I 1 fl ululu .WN ml: I l I I ' I I I W . . 'ff I . 7 "2" ' 1:2 'flfi " 15 gg g - - J , Y 3 ' U 'W I ,Q yr A, , , , e I . z W 3 I ., " ', fu n 1 1 ' , ,, , 1, m,3.x1ar.A'.iaidL'--1b.: a.n.-', .1-, . . . M . , V GR. f 'S " "N: Si' uh' vi' iff ik ui? A if 1' 5 A + A . :M ,Lf QQ? ka! V- " -I 1 y lf, Q ,W J 1 'n 9 f 'b K I 4 Q yr 2 W , Xt' Dlx Jn' 0 I' L Y Q!! E 13 ' , , . M Q yi' ' -ff V ' S N A1 Q of 55 T" 'V - F 'Q fi g " H , f 5. f fy , Pj f f f f'- . , , . , .mf 0 Huy Eustav Cullen Memurial l 4 I A ! I N N 51311511312 Building 'iff Tlie Student Recreation Building il? Sf? The Industrial Building Sf? MR. H. R. CULLEN Dedication ut the 1945 Hnusiuniari tt is witti ttie sincerest teeting of gratitucte anct respect ttmt ttie staff of ttwe t94l5 Houstonian ftecticutcs ttie IU--I5 yeartmootq of ttie University to ttie first presictent of ttie Boarct ot Regents anct tiis wife-txtr. nnrt tX'trs. H. R. Cutten: Gralituc,tc on tuetmtt ot ttie University for ttweir time anct generous taenetactions to ttwe Uni- versity ot' t touslon anct, ltirougti the University, to ttwe cause of ectucation. One memoriat to ttieir generosity, as xvett as to ttweir tate son, Roy Gustav Cutten, tins atreacty tpeen a matter of comfort aunt convenienvc to ttuoiisrincts of former and present students wtwo have stuctiect in its modern classrooms. Ttiis is ttie Roy Gustav Cutten Ntemoriat Buitfting. Anotticr is lttwe recent oit grant xvtiicti will permit, zunong ottwcr ttiings, ttie erection of a great moctern ectucationat strutture to Complete ltie main University ot Houston quactrangte . . . Umtitucte, loo, in common witti ttwousancts of ottier Houstonians, for ttwe uncountect instances ot tainctty aunt tiunmniturian giving to causes of gooct ancgt mercy, as typiuect by ttie four gifts of ttiis past year to tiospitat ctevetopments so taactty necctect tny Houston . . . ' But an even fteeper gratitucte tor ttie ataicting interest of ttiese two Houstonians in ttie Cause ot' octruznlion xvtiivtw teacts ttwem to give so mueti of their time anct gooct services to ttwe over-att planning of ttwc University of Houstonys rtevetopment. This tins been wett exemptitiect tay the fact Iitml Mr. Cutten tins ngreect as a putptic-spiritect citizen to serve in ttne important position ot' chair- . MRS. H. R. CULLEN Dedication ui the 1945 Huustuuiari man of the newty organizect Boarct ot Regents, ttie lirst separate governing tyocty for ttie young University of Houston., Respect for Mr. and Mrs. Cutten for ttieir rote as teacting ctevetopers anrt striapers ot ttic inctustriat anct cutturat progress of ttieir community and ot ttiis entire section. Mr. Cutten is presictent of Quintana Petroleum Corporation anct Mrs. Cutten is vice-presi- cient. Botti are cteepty interestect in anct active in numerous cutturat projects. Togettier ttiey have cievetopect a ttower garcten which is one of ttie important spots in t'touston's famous Azatea Trait. Mr. Cutten is presictent of ttwe Houston Symphony Society, anct tie anct Mrs. Cutten twave done pertwaps more ttwan any ottwer Houston coupte to promote the cause ot gooct music for ttiis part of ttie country. Mr. Cutten was one of ttie touncters of ttie Houston tVtuseurn ot line arts. He is tistect in HXVt1o's Nvtio in ttie Qit tnctustry of Americaf, Ttxis tutter putatication tias a sentence utnout tVtr. Cuttenys personat ctriamcteristics wtiictw xvitt serve wett to conctucte ttiis ctectication. tt ctectares ttiat twe is notect tor Utcinctness, generosity, triencttiness, and untiring energy, tuumanitarianism tneing tiis motivating force." 'tt is wett tcnovvn to friencts ot ttiese teacting citizens ot Texas that tVtrs. Cutten's quiet anct wise counset atways precectes any important ctecision on a ptnitanttsiropy or ai contemptatect putmtic service, and ttiat the announcement atways comes as a joint ctecision. miniriflfvzfion asf va? vasf as? wffwzsf was as if x , ,mg g fW"'F 1 , .z, J Wi' 5,11 ,,,! 1? mv L ' fllili i mu WM! i' i X ww.. QM i m:v:m', .,,. ,::L,4,'-,.Q-4' -vw v H ur", H iw- - H zzz E ,:.: 2 Q NN . -13:5 Q11 V 4sfM2 A W Eu ix Wi. ,. INET., -ff I ' H 1 X m w w,f' 1 M i Egmiwiwi--'-i? Q 1 111 w N ? 'NH-if ':': 41.12-f-uf, u V S H . 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W Y . iW Qwma s?i g Qwaf wx ik L Q hw 1, ' , 'Y-if T zf .Eff-f' Y J' K , f Hu X ,,fQQfffm ,,aL7,"fff, 'H-mflF!V2,L ::f K , W ' w H M , A H -- , N ' ,f-fmglikf , wg: U W ' 1 h,,i3f,S3wgwfa,www.- ,. yy.. A 5, V , ,WLM , , ii? ibn JQmmerer ASSlS'l'AN'I' TU THE PRESIDENT 'iff vi? .ln Qgerkohzer PRESIDENT ik' First Beard ef Regents at the University at Heusteri Following passage oI7 an enalnling act Iiy tlio Texas Legislature in IN'IarcIi, tlie Board ol' Education of tlie Houston Independent Scliool District, for I8 years tIie supervising Izody lor tlae University ol I'Iouston, named tlie aluove group tlie Iirst I3oarc,I ol Regents ol' tI1e University of Houston. I'I. R. Cullen, seated in tlie center, was elected clwairman, and Col. XV. B. Bates, seated at riglat, vice cliairrnan, IVIemI3ers of the Board, Ieft to riglit, seated, are IVIrs. Ray Is. Dudley, IVIrs. Agnese Carter Nelms, I-I. R. Cullen, Nlrs. James P. I'Ionstoun. and Col, XV. B. Bates. Tliose standing are, Ielt to riglat, James Roclzwell, I'I. O. Clarlce, S. IJ. Farisli, Isarnar Fleming, Simon Salmwitz, Palmer I'IlIIlCI1CSOI1, Don I-I. Tliornluury, .Iames Anderson, and Noali Qieiricli. A. Dee Simpson was alasent at tI'ie Iirst meeting, wlien this picture was talcen, Iqerfansc o' i ness. ADMINIS'I'RA'I'IVE OFFICERS Dr. E. E. Qlnerlioltzer, President Ixlr. Ples C. IVIasten, V Dr NV XV Kem A ,Sm I I ilu Pm id L Acting Director of Ilie Iioiniilouiii School . . ' . . merer, ssi n o . 1 is en Y IN'Iiss Vivian IVI. Stuart, I MF- C- F- IVICEIIWIIWCY, Business lx'-lfmUSIe" Director of Ilie Sclioot of Nursing Dr. C. F. I'IiIIer, N. S. Patterson, - Registrar and Director of Sluclent Personnel Direclor of PUbtiCU,i0,,5 and PL,t,IiC 3 . . IVIr. Naasson K. Dupre, Director of Extension. Alwlallons 00160 Mr' C.A'JOhI1ScJI1 Miss Virginia Stone, Bursar Supervisor of Vocutioncit Ecliication Mrs. Rntli S. Xvilcolll, Litnrririon SCHOOL AND DIVISION CI-IA'IRM'EN, 19114--45 Dr. Victor A. Greulacli, Biological Sciences IVIrs. Bessie IVI. Elnaugli. Englisti unit LUII.QLtGtjC'S IVIiss Vivian M. Stuart Nursing Ifclncution D.A.L.K-I f,El I ' L r Cr ,Ou L uculwn Fflr. .I. D. I'IutcIiinson, Ptivsiccit bcicncc Mr. IVI. L. Ray, Engineering F"Ir. INI. A. IVIiIIcr, Social Sciences CI-IAIRIVIEN OF FACULTY COMMIT'I'EES, 'I9slf-I--I5 Ixflr. J. E.. Vxfilliamson, Student Activities I Dr. C. F. I'IiIIer, Arliriissions Dr. Ro A. Croucli, Guidance IVIr. E. A. Snapp, I'IeuItIi and Pfiysicril Erluccition. Y Mr. R. O. Jonas, Veterans Counselor IX'Irs. Bessie NI. Elaaugli, Asserntuty Progrririis Dr IVI. XV. Rosa, Lilvrary DR. RAYMOND NV. BALDWIN Business Arlministrcztion MISS LELA ELIZABETH BLOUNT Dranwlics MR. JOE R. BRUNDAGE Engineering MR. J. CHESTER COCHRAN History uncl Government DR. ROY A. CROUCH Psychology MRS. BESSIE M. EBAUOH Englislz DR. VICTOR A. GREULACH Biology MR. HARVEY NV. HARRIS Public Speaking DR. CHARLES E. HILLER Registrar, Sluclent Personnel, English MR. JOHN E. I-IOFF Engineering MRS. RUBYE NV. HOOKER English DR. LOUIS KESTENBERG German ancl History MR. BRUCE SPENCER KING Ikfusic MR. L. STANDLEE MITCHELL Dranmlics ancl Englisli DR. EBY NELL MCELRATH Cliemisiry faculty Members VVIIOSG Pictures do not App DR. G. XV, DRAKE.Cl1emisiry LEON G. HALDEN, Government S. XV. HENDERSON, Education JAMES D. HUTCHINSON, Matlmumli C. B. .lOI'INSTON,Cl1emislly R. O. JONAS, Psychology BEAULAH JONES, Speecli DR. A. L. KERBOXV, Etlucatio M. A. IVIILLER,t'lis1ory DR. JEAN D. NEAL Business Aclrninislrulion MR. N. S. PATTERSON Director of Pulviic Relalions Journalism, Publiculions MR. JEROME PESCHKE Business Adminislraiion . MISS MYRTLE QUAM Business Administration MR. M. L. RAY Engineering DR. MATT HEXV XV. ROSA English MRS. JEAN ROSA English MRS. ADDIE B. SMALL Business Aclminisiraiion MRS. FLOY P. SOULE Spanish MR. TERREL SPENCER Psychology Miss VNIAN M. STUART Director of Nursing Education MRS. EVELYN S. THOMPSON English and Education MRS. LILLIAN NVARREN Business Adminislrulion DR. JOSEPH S. NVERLIN Sociofogy MR. JAMES E. XNILLIAMSON Cfmirman. of Sludenl Aclivilics, Iwalfzernulics DR. XV. C. NUNN.l-I I rg E. J. BARRAC-Y, Geology F. VV. BRONVNE. Art E. NV. SCHUHMANN,Pl15 E. A. SNAPP Pfxvsiin r F. L. STOVALL,Psycinology JULES VERN Frvmrlx DR. KARL BUSCH,Biology Faculfy Plembers X'VIlI'lSl' Piciurus rio 1101 XII is 0 1 'sirgs . , '- IT. MISS CHARLSIE LUCRAVEN, Nursing Ed l The 1945 Student Council Tlwe Sliuclent Council is llwe senior governing lvocly of tlme Univer- lyers of tlie Stucleril. Council are electecl lay tlwe stuclent lnocly. Tliis year llie Council lias lneen oulistancling in many activities, inclucling tlie sale ol' war lyoncls ancl stamps ancl tlie passage ol tlwe luill clwanging llie oracle average requirement for all stuclent govern- ment ollives from a B lo a 3 c-siflclil of llw Slll!l0l'Il Cifjllllfll MISS lBli'l"l'Y JANE Pnllll, Vice President N ' Secretary MISS ESTlelERlVlAE l.l'lll"lERl-AND lVllSS ANN CHEATlolAlVl sity of Houston. lk consisls of tlwe presiclenis ancl vice presiclents of eacli class, two councilmen-at-largeIancl Llwe counciliollicers. lxflem- The Student Assembly The lower stuclent legislative hocly of the University ol l'louston, the Student Assembly, Consists ol representatives from each class and recognizecl cluh on the campus. lVlany hills ancl resolutions have heen introclucecl into the Assembly this year, among which have heen the hill to awarcl letters to the haslqethall players, the resolution to proviole lor a student athletic association committee to help worlc on stuclent athletic ancl Campus prololems. The Asscmhly also worliecl with the Council in supporting the University separation hill. ' ln Fehruary they toolc Charge of the Sixth Xvar Loan Drive on the campus ancl surprissecl the Sl5.000 goal hy 351500. Presirlenl of llzc Slurlenl Assernhly MISS ES'l'I-IIZRMAH LITHERLAND iw ,I H. .ii - af? Vice Prosirlenl Chairman of Sliitlenl Aciivilivs MR. JIM PALMER MR. JAMES Ei XVILLIAMSON I added 'ik ik ik ik ik ik ik ik ik 'fs 1 Tfitiifbfi ' ,E v ig Jn ? fr -142 X M ,N ,wx N,-fmmix EE, jk Cfaaa of 1945 r President GENE ROBINSON Vice President SHIRLEY MANESS Secretary ELSIE JOHNSON Treasurer PHIL CARONA AINSNVORTH, XVILLIE BELL B.B.A.-Business Administration Psychology Club, '44, '-15, Vice Prcsirlenk, '44, President, '45, Outslzmrfing People, '-45: Harvest, '44, '45, ALDRIDGE, EVELYN B.S.-Music and Education Co-ECI-Elles. '43, VH: Library Assislanl, '42-315: BSU.: Entertainers Club, 515' Varsily Varieties, '45, ,445 Choral Club, '45-715: Square Dance Club, V1.3-'45. BALDERAS, MARTHA BHS.-'Eclucalion Cougar Collcgians, '45, '41l: Square Dance Club, 715: Spanish Club, '45-,LIS X-- ix- 64 zz,-111 'L BEAMAN, DIXIE MAE B.S.-Business Arlminisimlion USU., '4Qf42, Vice Prcsiclcnt, ,423 Slurlent Assembly. ,423 Reel lvlusquc Play:-rs, 312: Cougar Stull, 712: Psychology Clulx, '44, '45. BELL, BETTY JANE B.S.-Dronm and Efluculion A.A,-19441 Stuclcnt Council, '43-'45, Pmsiclt-nl, ,451 Association Prcsiclent, '44: Junior Class Prusiilenl, '44, Collegiate Dramatic Society, '42f45. NVortl1y Director, '45, Xvortliy Business lxlnnagcr, ,441 Velvet Curtain Club, 742444: Nucl lxflasquc Plnycrs, '42-'45, Vivo Prcsinlcnt, yilili Outstnncling Drama Award, '42-,441 llouslonian, '45-'45, Assoriute Eclitnr, '45, Literary Eclitor, '44: Cougar Collg-gians, '42-'45, rlqrcnsurer, ,453 -l3lIt'liitl'0OS, '42-'-15, President, '42-'44g XfVl1o's Wlirr, '45-'45g Oulslnnnling People, '43-,451 Co-Enl-Ettcs, '43-'45: Press '45-,452 Art Club, '42-'-M: Varsity Varieties, '-13445: High Scliool Reception, '-45. BEYLER, LUCILEE UA.-'Busiriczss flrlniiriisimiion Ruft Masque Players, 3424.445 Co-Ecl-Ettcs, '43, '44g Girls Sports Clull, '45 '44, Psycliology Clulb, '44, V45. BLACK, ALBERT B.S.f-Business Azlnzinislrulinn Square Dance Club, A135 Psyclmlogy Club, '-ll: Rnd Masque Players, '41, BOGARD, PHYLLIS BS.-English Choral Clulm. Vice Prcsiclcnl, '-13. '-15: Vursily Varieties. '-441, 'A-15: Entertainers Clulu, '-1153 Sluulcnl C1,lLlI1lfil. 'A-1-I7 Cougar Coucginns, '44, I-I5. BRIENZA, GLORIA H.S.-Ealuvnfiorr um! Nuxic Clmml Club, '42-'-15, Presiclenl, '-15: Slurlcnl Assembly, 'flflz Vursily Vnriclius, , I-I-I, 315: Prcsiclcnl, Iinlvrinincrs Club, 315: Cougar Collegiuns, l-I2-3143 Out ff y K sliuuling P4-nplc, 'JH3 High School Rc-1:4-plion, '45, oyfwr BROCK, BU DOY Ig.S.'-'El'lQilI1'l'ffIlQ 4 , . , , , Varsity Varivlic-S, 42-45: Engine-cring Sociuly, 42--15, Square Dance Club, 45, .441 Rui Masque Players, '42, 513. CARDER, BOOTS B.B.A.-Sccruiuricil Co-Ed-Elias, '42-'45: Sports Club, '45, Siudent Library Assisiant, '45, '44. CARONA, PHILIP B.S."CI16miSll'y American Chemical Society, '44, ,451 Newman Club, '44, '45: Treasurer, Senior Class, '45, Varsity Varieties, '45-'45, CARTER, JEAN BS.-Ari Vice President, Sophomore Class, 3151 Vice President, Senior Class. '45: Red Masque Players, '45, 314: Art Club, '43-'45g Varsily Varieties, '49,-'1l5: Vanity Fair Favorite, '43, High School Reception, '45, G CHEATHAM, ANN H.B.A.-Secrclurial Sluriont Council, Secretary, 715: Psychology Club, '44, '45. CHERNOSKY, JUANITA BS.-'English Spanish '42-.441 President, '44, French Club, ,441 Cougar Coilcgians, '44, Co-Ed-Etics, '42-144: Red Masque Players, '43, '-lil: Choral Club, '-44. 5 -llljsf' .w,'grm,Pg, , 7"f2fi.L.L5. J 1 S CLAYTON, MARJORIE 8.5.-Psyclmlogy Slurlf-nt Assembly, '-H. '-15: Psychology Club, '11-bl, 315: Sluclenl Assislant in l,syr'l10logy, '43-5145: Xvlmrfs Xxllm, 315: lliglm Sclmonl Rccepliun, 315. COOPER, DOROTI-IEA HOXVARD HS.-Erlglisll rmcl Psyrlmlogy Psyclmlugy Club, '-'Il-'45, Vice ljresiclenl, Y-ll: Oulslzmcling P1-oplc, '-ll, VQI5: llmvc-sl, Enlilor, '45, Assislnnl Erlilor, ,Ll-li Socralic Socieky. '44, '45, DEXV, JEAN HS.-lfmllzcaiioll R1-fl Nlnsquc' Players, Y-42: Co-Ecl-Ettcs, '42-'-35: Clmrul ClulJ, '43, Sluclent xxssomlnly, "IB: Cougar Collcgians, '45: Sports Clulv. '45-3151 Sluclent Library Assistanl, 515: Frcnrlx Club, '44, GARCIA, J IMIVIY B.S.-'IIIUCIIQHICUI Engineering Sociely of Engineers, '45-'-15: Square Dance CIUIJ, '43, '-I-I: Red Mzusquc I3Iaycrs. 312. HARRISON, ALICE BS.-Hisiory Co-I3cI-Elias, '42-'-11443 CirIs Sporls CIuIJ, 315: Psyclmlugy CILII1, '45-'-I5: Sluclc-nl AsscmIJIy, CIerIc, '44, Sc-circlary, 315. IiI I LBILIRN, EDITI-IANNIZ B.S.f-'EngIish mul Drurnulivs Cougar CoIIcginns. 'LI-I, 'I-153 Co-ELI-Elles, V143 Press CIuI9, 'fl5: Rcfl Masque PIaycrs. '45-715: I3sycImIogy CIuIJ, 315: CImmI CIuIx, 354: Foil Club, '-13: VVriIcrs CIuIu, '-151 I'IigI1 SQIIOOI Rc-rcption, 'f-153 Varsity Varieties. 115, 94 X Q 'WI ' 'L+ , JACOBSQN, SIGRID L. HS.-flrt anrl Education Art Club, V411-'45, Presiclcnl, 515: Cl1ora1 Club, '41-345. JOHNSON, ELSIE BS.-Erllxcnlion Cougar Collegiuns, '42-,453 Choral C1u1o, '45, 314: Student AsscmlJ1y, 313: Houslonian Stall, 714: Co-E11-Elles, 713: Red 1V1asque P1aycrs, '42, KOTC1-1, ED BS.-Cllelnislry nnclEnglisI1 I Housionian, '45-'45, Eclilor, '45, Snapshot Erlilor, 1141: Rml 1V1asquc Players, '43-715: Ve1vcl Cuxtnin C1u1J. 3111, 115: Co11egia1c Dramatic Sociciy, 115: Cheer 1 Lcnr1cr, 715: Oulslanding Pcop1e, '44, 315: VV'l1o's XN'11o, 215: American Chemical Socicly. 11111, 315: Square Dance Club, '45-315: French Club, '44, 515: Spanish Clula, l-43: Varsily Varielies, '45-315: Newman Club. 45, 2111: Press Club, '44, 315: Enlcrlaincrs C1u1J, 715: Higlu Sc11oo1 Reception, 7111, 315: King, 715. LALUER, NI!-XRY BS.-English Buckaroos, '44, 45: Co-Ed-Eiles. '42, 'f-45: Red Masque Players. '45, LAMONTE, LAURA BS.-Eclucaiion Co-Ed-Ettes, '45-'45g Student Library Assislanl, '44, '45, Cougar Coilogians, '42, '45: Newman Club, '42, ,451 Choral Club, '45, 314. LITHERLAND, ESTHERMAE BS.-Biology nncl Erluculion In Sluricnl Council, '-I2-,451 Vine Prcsiclcnt, '-453 Sluclcnl Assembly, Presirlonl, '-15: Cougar, '42-'14-1: Assislanl: Edilor, '-15: Press Club, '43-115: Cougar Cullegiuris. '44, 715: American Chemical Socioly, '45, Varsity Varielics, '11-I. 315: Oulslzmcl- ing People, 445: XXXIIDIS Xviio, '44, '45, 'Psi 'X --:u!,- f Mui. V:1i4.K 54" " l-0 ,,,, 0, my , . ,fu Eng, .N Q1 .wo , gi -Q f, .N ,gg , ,.,.r ks N K Q --ff-"fd 2 5 :1.zarf1 hmmm? HSE! I ha, MANESS, SHIRLEY RUTH BS.-Eclucaiion Rcr1 Masque Players, '42-.1141 Cougar Collcgians, '42-V451 Co-E11-Ellos, .115-'45 BSU.. '42-715: Foil Club, '42, Socratic Society, '44, Press Club, '44, Psyc11o1ogy C1u1J, '-451 Houslonian, ,443 Sluslcnl Counci1, V45: Vice President, Senior C1ass, 515. MEADOR, NAOMA BS,-C11 cmisiry Aiiuzriuun C11cmira1 Socicly, 515: Cougar Collcgizins, '42, Co-Ed-Ellcs, '4-ig Psychology Club, .455 Red Masque Players, 312. 1 r MITCHELL, EARL 13. H. 51.-'f1cr:0ur1!irlg Vursily Variclics, '45, 1153 Student Assembly, ,421 Square Dance Club, '43, '44 Higli School 1QCCf?Pl1Ol'!, '-12-R153 Red Masque Players, '42-'44q Psychology C1u1J, 1411. v MURAS, ANNA MARIE I3 B,fl.HSccroInriul ougar Collegians. V431 Co-Eel-Ellvs, '45, '-H: Nz-wrnnn Clulm, 'fl-1: Psyrlrology Llula, '44, '451 Vzmily Fair lfavorilv, 214: Slurlr-nl Asscmlaly. 315: Rml Musquxq- myers. '-441, -15: Frcncll Cluln, '44, '-15: Varsily Vnrivlics, '44, MCCUFF, DORIS B B.fl.--Sucrelurinl 0-Ecl-Ellcs, '42-115: Cougar Collegians, '42-3143 Square Dance Cluln, 3131 Sports ula, 543: Varsily Vnriclics, '45, '44. NENVMAN, ELLA B S.-'Hcalllx Eclucalion o-Ed-Eltes, '42-'45g Cougar Collcgians, '42-A-Hg Student Assembly, 445: Frcnclx Club, '44. z iii?" 5.31 '5 1 4 -,.., ni -I' , ' .Wim RAMIREZ, OLGA B.S.-Spanish and Educalion Cougar Coilegians, '42-715: Choral Ciuh, '42-315: Spanish Club, 142-'45, President, '-15: Varsity Varieties, '41l: Psychology Club, '44, '45. ROBERTSQN, MINNIE ALICE BS.-'Art Psychology Club. 'A-15: Ari Cluh, '-IS: BSU., 'fI5g Roni Masque Players, VI5: Press Club. '45: Harvest, 345: Cougar Collogians, '1I5g Choral Club, .452 Socratic Soriciy. '-15. ROBINSON, GENE PEDGN 13.5.--sir! mmf Erfuculion A Houslonizrn. '42-'45, Assislarnl. Erhior, 315: Vanily, Fair Favorite, lllflg Treasurer, .hmior Class, '4-I: Presirhrnl, Senior Clasi. ,451 RL-ri Masque Phiycrs, '-I2-215: Ycivc-1 Curtain Club, '-I2-V451 Conffgiaie Dramatic Sociuly, '42-"I5. Xvorihy Dirvrlor. '-H: Oulsiunrling XXIOITIEXII in Drama, ZH: Cougar Concginns, '42-'45, Prosiclcni. ,451 French Cluh. 5111: Press Cluh, '43-,451 Club President, '45 Slurh-nt Cuunrii, 115: Xvhrfs Xvho. '43-,451 Oulslanrhng People, ,115-'45 Vrrrsily Ynrielir-s, '-13-'4-lg High School Rccc-plion, 'L-I--I, T155 Que:-n. 5115. SHERMAN, JCI-IN 13.5.-lllcclmnicul Engineering Engineering Socicly, '42-3153 Slurlcni, Assembly, '42: Rcrl Masque Players, '43 THOMPSON, ANN B.S.f-Eclucni ion unrlEnglisl1 Cougar Collugkans, '43-v-15: Co-Ecl-Ettes, 454,455 Rezl Masque Players, '43 Cllorrxl Club, 312: Hfuvesl, 314. VAN DER STAY, DOLQRES B.!l,-Business Arlminislrulion Cougar Collcgians, '42, ,433 Cougar, 312-'44, Houstonirm, '42-'41-lg Rcrl Mnsqu Players, '42, Newman Club, '-42"-14: Varsily Varir-lies, 43: Co-Erl-Ellcs, '42-'45 Presiclent, '44, ,451 Spunislm Clula, '43-315: .lunior Pun-Arncfrir-an Rounrllulglu, '45 Cliuirmang XVlwo's Nvllo, '45-VIS. NVILLS, RUTH B.,'x,-Clll'IU,fSfFj' Aim-rican Clwxnical Sontiely, V-il-4, ,453 Bucilcnrods, 'fll-.431 Psychology '-15: Oulslmuling Pvoplv, ,455 Xvlufs Xvho, '-215. XVITTEN, PATRICIA 13.5.-Hislory Psyvlmlngy Club, '-H, "LIS: Cougar Collc-gians, '-I5-115: BSU.: Red Nfasque Plz- yr,-rs. '-I3, '44 . XVOODROME, JANE U.BMW.-S0r:r'eIul'ial Cougar Cone-gians, '-I2-315: Co-ELIAEILQS. '42-515: Student Library Assislnnl, '45, 314. le CAM 0 79 6 2 President ELSIE ROBERTS Vice President MARIAN SAMMIS Secrelczry MARIJO BRIGI-IAM FFICHSUTCI' JIM PALMER Jim Cunningham Dolores Deiiwom Margie Dome Clycle Gamble Frances Gough Minnie Franc Ursula Heesclwe Fran Herndon Jennie Holley George Hovey Joyce Karimcn Joe Kaufiwoid me ngeaux cs Grantham Dona Allison Connie Biossat iX"linerva Block Marijo Brigimarn Nlyies Cogan Ginger Corley Bill Kittinger Jacque Lavatlec John Mccluhan Gerry iVtcMiHian Joy Martin Ann Mitts Lois Mrirray Anita Perkins Dorothea Reinlwart Mary Beth Roberts Ruth Roberts Esther Rotitotf Marian Sammis Madeleine Segal Dorothy Smith Glenn Smith Helen Taulioee Xvalter Xvextrliiauser jke Cfaoa o ' 1947 J Sai E President PAT BRONVNE Vice President JUNE XWLLIAIVIS CLEO CONGRADY Secretary NW-XNDA LEE COLEY Treasurer .learme Anclre Lee Aslirnore Dorolliy Alliins Daplme Balier Slwirley Barlnour Adair Ballerson lxlarjorie ljmccin lvlnrjoric Bowen Esllrcr Box Belly lfmoyfl lDfxl,riCiu Browne Frances lgurlon Rosalie Cwillflilfl-EIU. llullu fsognn Xvzmcla l.ce foley lfliznlmllm Collins Rolucrl' Collins Alive l Bargain .lnmcs llclislc' Freclcln Dusty Elaine Fnnclal lVlarllm ljowlc-r I' 1. jf .N U e ,if Bcllyc .io Hnlimi Mary .lane Hyimgrs Nizlrynnnc .larilcson Hcnriella Knpcclcy XVmHacc I,awiwn Jacqueline I..azare .lnyce'l,il.l1cri:1ncI Bessie Martin Patricia Mrlgriclc Tlircsu Mc'GuITcy Pruiwlmiciloc Menefce .lc-an ixfiillcr Joanna Miller May .lean Miller Vassar Miller ' Anlonio More Eleanor Froelich Jane Gaston June Giilaspy Eunice Clams Juanita Graham Helen Gwiscii Hector Nella Evelyn Parmer Alice Parrott Emma Lou Powell Mary Pratt Mary Reynolds 1 I X , Xvinona Rieger Mary Riley Nvilliam Ryncl Rolucrl Scale Maxine Spell Nlargarel Slanclarnl .laclc Sullivan Dolores Tlweolilu Caroline Valenta Catlmrine Nvagner Cal Vxfallcins Sol Xveincr lVlarjoric Nveis Lee Nvesley Joy Wilsori Ellen Yarlmrouglx .glue Cfcm of 194 M -AQ 11 PQ :,.,,., 9' Wawmww President EDDIE FAUST Vice President JOYCE RETTIG Secretary IMOGENE BAKER Treasurer PAT MCMURTRY Bernard Adams Arlene Albers Harriet AlflCl'SOIl Ruth Arlmclcle Jim Armstrong lX"lnrgie Arnolcl Belly Baclcus lmogene Balcer Helen Ballenlinc Clmrles Bammel Emmet Bammel Herlaert Bamm el Amy Ballerson Louise Bally fnrew Bean Marjorie Becker .lolwn Beeson Lillie Bell Harvey Bjornaas Dorothy Blake Mary Lou Blaliierwim Joseph' Bona Agnes Booth Dorolhy Boring Mary Bow Anita Bowles Mark Bowman Gloria Boyd Jimmy Breaker Eleanor Broughton Lola Buckley Calherinc Burke Lorena Burson Paul Bury Mary Bush Margaret Carello Carolyn Carr Ruth Ann Carritlrers Margaret Catsinns Franlq Clierry Frerla Clarlc .lean Clarl: Mary Ellen Colalm Ray Colley Robert Coley Elizabeth Connor Constance Cooper Roy Cordell Gerald Cotlinglwam Dorotl1y'Cox Mary Cox Joann Cralin Eunice Crawlorcl lvlarilyn Crawlorcl 'QR NRL w,, L, L a Kalilmryn Davis Rolncri Davis XViHiam Denny Martha Dominguez Morris Dunlap Bcilwcl Duplanlis Belly Dupreq Belly Durham Jo Ann Durham Betty Dwyer Gladys Eiwlert Arcleen Eicialcr Georgia Creighum Nlargery Crowley iylargarek Curry Mary Ray Curry Xxfinona Daugherty Ann CH Davis Ann Elder Lee Elmore Claude Emory Doris Esler Edith Esles Reba Estes Paulene Fauser Eddie Faust Juanita Fcssler Teresa Fetsch A Eugene Finclley Fern Flaig Catherine Foley Melvin Fonis Anna Forlenlncrry Leon Friclcs Margaret Furman Mary Gawlilc N. -. L Sue Crunl Shirley Grevsky Sue Gulley Ruth Huining Sidney Halvcrton Xvahur Harrcu Artlmr Harris Jo Jean Harris Francis Hartncl .loctta Herrle Pauline Hewitt Yvonne Hill Blanche Gettys A Joyre Giuaspy Joyce Glenn Th elma Goen Dorothy Gooch Helen Gracey Vxfanda Hogue Oven Holcomb Gail Hoislon Elaine Holt Marie Homer W. C. Hooper Lorraine Hopkins Houston Hughes Hai Hunter Virginia Jacobson Florence Jamison Betty Jantzen Emily Japimet Dan Jared Bonnie Faye Johnston Dorothy Sue Jones iwarion Jones Raymond Jones Hilly Kiirilnrouglm Norma Knight l.elu iilfiveriess Ewalcl Klenizrnan Kaiy Kay Rulli Kreisler lVlargarel Krueger Doris Kulm Loraine Lamar Paula Lamar .lam es Lammers Naomi Lan clin ' Camille Kay Marie Keelancl Marjorie Keelancl Elizalmclli liennccly Belly Kersli .lo ,lo Kettle NS: L3 Joyce Largent Louise Lemtey Jeanne Lcnctresse Ettiet Lee Leverton Cotteen Levi Rosemary Lewis Ctauctia Linntstcy Ruttm Littman Ntary Longino Kathryn Lucy Margaret Lunsttorct Jimmy Lyon Atice Macti Wittiam Ntactmen Sallie Magness Charlene Martin Norma Martin , Norman Mathis 15 Q ... 5 Raymond McDavid XIV. R. Nlcsarily Retha McGLxffey Lee McLain Maxie Jean McI.emore Bonnie McLeroy Pat Nlcmurtry Mary Meclrano Qplmelia Medrano Eleanor Moller Ella Nine Nlenclez Doris Mennike Sammy Mayer Melvin MCBee .lane Mccray Noel McClure Billie Jenn McCoy Ann Nlccreight Carmen lxlercaclo Eclna lxflerleent Evelyn Merritt lvlina Merritt Don lVliller Marla Miller Ralph Miller Nell lvlinturn Rosalie lvlolol Cliarlotle Moore l'larolfl Morris J. T. Mol: Betty lVlurray e Gladys Musgrove Xvilliam Newman Peggy Nortlringtorr l-eta Nutt Duane Qalces Bill Parrish James Peck Clifford Phillips Gail Phillips Eme Lee Philpot Carol Pierce Jerald Plaster Reeves Piocelc Q Patsy Pratt Cecil Purifoy Billy Quarles Betty Quinn Joye Oates Beulah Uberpriller Russell Paley Robert Parham Gwendolyn Parker Shirley Parish Gordon Rainlnoll Herbert Ray James Rayburn Lavern Ramsly Beatrice Reucier Norma .lean Rechif Dorolhy Reeves Nlary Reid Belty Ann R6-llig Joyce Rettig y Donaicl Roberls xvilifam Roluerlsoll Elizalmellw Roby Jesse Rose Joyce Rushing Elizabeth Russell Niaicolm Russell Tliornas Ruth :'f,jvs,-r . r n . fag: vp' 4, Zrif f..'3fe1.f 313, .. Jack Savoy Helen Schumacher Faye Schwartz Helen Shane J. B. Shanks Dorothy Shaw Dan Siierfy Mary Sibley Herbert Siminons Margaret Sledge Billie Smith Garda Smith Claudia Ruliherforcl Vasc Safos Fernando Sanclae Virginia Sanders Peggy Sanguilly Faye Satlerwlaite Gwendolyn Smith Ruby Smith Siuearn Smith Dan Southern Pat Stanicin John Stfissey Beverly Steele Irene Stepp Xvilham Sterling Chester Straclc Casyle Sullivan Bill Swanson Joy Schweclce John Taliofero Louise Terry James Terry Thomas Terry Nlarvin Thaemar Ciiaries Torian Palsy Trammell Della Trapolino Juanita Typer Wiinla Joyce Uniberfieici Kenneth Urban Ruth Valentine Eloise Van Cura , Mary Ellen Vann Elizabeth Vance Bertha Villanueva Jane Voss Tracie Thomas Joy Thompson Lenora Thompson George Thorn , Cordelia Toclcl Belly Tolar Floyd Nvulclwcr Pat Xvallaer Sully XVaIker .IEXHC XKXZHHHCG GCl'l'iHllI1C XXIZIHEXCC Nlnrgnrei, Nvalters Xvirmie Xvamer Pat Xvarren , Gloria Xvarncll Vivien Watkixus Bctiy Jane XVaycoLl Edith Webb Gladys Xwatley Betty Xvhikcrxlxxb Beltye Vxfhile Bonnie Xvhite Edward Vxflwilc Nlary Jane Xvieser ' ' r- '11 ? V, i 1 Erma VViHiz1ms, Lois Williams, Ruth XVOHI, Egbert Vxfooct, Myrtle Xvood Louis Vxfoocl, Dorothy Xvrigtwt, John Vxfroe, Betty Jo Young Louis Young, Mary Lew Cargill, Gertrude Sanchez , Beltenan Carr The University nf Hnustuli School nt Nursing The nursing eclucation program loegan as course allliliations hetween the Hospital Schools ol Nursing ancl the University ol: Houston. The program is hasecl upon criteria set up lay the curricu- lum Committee ol? the National League of Nursing Eclucation. Each hospital operates as a sepa- rate entity, aclmitting ancl registering its own stuclentsg in aclclition, the strulents are enrollecl as freshmen in the University, and receive ereclit lor Courses on lnoth the University ancl the lflospital campus. The Nursing Eclueation Program was elevatecl to the status ol a School in .lune, 1944, when the title 'School of Nursing!! was aeloptecl. All nurses laecome cancliclates lor the Associate in Arts Degree. The clireetor ol the School ol Nursing is lvliss Vivian lvl. Stuart who Came to the University in l91i3. - El1fl"l'f'fil' U 6 l lelen Armstrong Miss -X - im V Y Kathryn Barr l I Q Eclna Bezpatlqa 4 Q' "ll .:.: V ljgq li .. 1, , ., A M A M lxflaucle Breaux Eclith Briseo Betty Broussarcl tt ,.,.,. Ziggy 3 - 5 sf ,Q , 'lulgi 1 iw will l H, 5 lxflary Brown , We Rosa l..ee lfiurrnrrster rrrr i Byrd Qfitl ,-" Q ".'. f ::,. at """""""' 'l':': , i'i" V fl :l'f 5 ir -ii K ROS6H1Hfy Cjl'1i1Cl'N3I'C it f Genevieve Chiliclqi ,J Elsie Chrnelil: Q- I' Q. F R ila Croclcet Callmerine Davis Rose Davis Elsie DeReesc Georgia DGIQOBCI1 Elizelaelh Doize Lessie Duyka Alma Farber Belly Bob Ford .lo Franlm Ruth Fruelning Inez Fulk Rose Corley Marolyn Cowart Betty Coyle Jean Coyle V-V-4 w li' , oo. 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H0059 tnfw Yoxuc - MONTREAL - Houvwoon - PERC WESTMORE WALLY WI-ZSTMORE BUD VIESTMORE A 54,-' f -' Q F 15, ff ' 11 Mr. Ed Kotch, Editor The Houstonian University of Houston Houston, 4, Texas Dear Mr. Kotch: It'was with a great deal of pleasure that, once again, I had the opportunity to select the ten most beautiful Vanity Fair girls, as well as the remaining fourteen favorites. No. l - Miss Elsie Roberts: For her truly lovely face--her features are regular and in excellent proportion. Her beautiful eyes, natural brows, and dimples strongly remind me of Janet Gaynor. Further, she expresses great warmth and charm. I would suggest, however, that if Miss Roberts' forehead is not too high, she and use the pure forehead line to leave her No. 2 - Miss Mary Verne Sibley: This young ness of features and a wonderful quality as No. 5 - Miss Patricia McBride: In the delightful she expresses everything connected with the No. 4 - Miss Catherine Burke: Her resemblance to striking. Miss Burke minimizes her loveliness by dispense with her bangs beauty unmarred. lady has a natural loveli- expressed in her eyes. piquancy of her face, ideal of Us southern bellen Norma Shearer is a hairstyle that is not at all worthy of her features. To bring out her true beauty, she should wear a simple, sleek coiffure. No. 5 - Miss Rosemary Lewis: I like her simple hairstyle, the openness of expression and the beautiful smile. She has a vibrant, outdoor quality, and a beauty closely akin to that of Ilona Massey. No. 6 - Miss Alice Dargan: Her features are cameo-likeg her sweet, charming expression is properly framed by the simplicity of her hair- style. No. 7 - Miss Blanche Gettys: Her beauty is intelligence and sincerity. No. 8 - Miss Alice Mach: I like her lovely forehead, the arched brows, the retrousse nose. The soft casualness of style suits her personality. Miss Mach could improve her sereneg her face bespeaks naturally her hair- appearance by not making up her lower lip to its fullest extent, but, rather, endeavor to balance it with the natural shape of her upper lip. No. 9 - Miss Narijo Brigham: I like her sparkling vivacity and friendly personality, which overcome a slight irregularity of features. No. 10 - Miss Mary Beth Roberts: Hers is a sultry beauty. I shall be interested to know, when you find the time, if the student body agrees with my selections. It has indeed been a privilege to choose the most beautiful Vanity Fair girls. PW:b ncer ly, Pero Westmore 1 J wy- ,J ' 91: PL? Winfs.-A W li .fx -9414 2 f L: s . f in , +ffsu.', 'F r Ny P y .J M xx w '. 'lx W - ' 1 1 N- vs AUS 5- 646 , 1 , , .,. ,MR M ws a 'fi 5 " 4 ,A . 1. V .. 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Ylllicy were clioseri outstancling lor tlieir participation in sturlent activities, govern- lllijlll. Ullil SCI'VlCC l'0I' l,l1Clf sclwool. THE HOUSTONIAN RUTH VVILLS UUTSTANDING PEUPLE 73? gene panlon pohndon ff june mm UUTST!-XNDING ik .SZLMJJ Wim-JA if? Ziff, Jane HJ! PEOPLE ik ffl! JCM it-Y Warifo M94 UUTSTANUING 7517 Jim pafmer fAermae JUL PEUPLE W gzgiie Wogerfd L HU paf Wcg'iJe Nliss Vursily Venus of l945 ik ggiie Qogerfri Rcprcseuhulivc lo Sam I louslon Slulc Tvzu'lwrs fiullegc Reception EE S if? Joyce Rui? een of time Cupid Cami ik qftjanala one Cokg Sweetheart of time Rice lnslilute Naval R.O.T.C. puggcafionfi ik ik ik ik ik ik ik ik ik H Ein A Vg Z MQ 1-: ,L i Ek ! .,.,.,..E:,:EEE Q yi!! . 5 Q ,f , Q 4 bk: ! .35 W: tx? acts I , ' S 1 ,N 6 , , W , J Ei: z A' 1 , R if ,H -KW M M 'T is U 5 W' wgf ,TL sg , fx A: ,i I N ,x I- A R X , ff fa 4 WW K af 1 n Yr, f w 5 xx L W , GS xxx ,"'x., . 51 M vm- "" jffl W. 5' .. ' N F' -1-:-1:-1.5. 4,3 A L ' QQ , V 5: -5 si iigz. 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Co-Editor SPRING SEMESTER FALL SEMESTER Jim Palmer Co-Editor FALL SEMESTER , ' W: W I il 'V , . , -'W' Minerva Black Billie Joyce Smith Frances Gough Pat Ntcmurtry Alice Parrott Daafttirw Hula Frcstimun Editor Society Proofreader N Copy Editor' Sticarn Smith Pal Xvattcer Caroline Vatenta Marie Homer Eleanor Froelicti Sports Clubs Ptlotograptier' Features Society Melvin McBee Reba Estes Norma Rectwif Margaret Krueger Betty Jane XfVaycol.t Joyce Largent Dolores Ttweoltlu Etizalnettr Vance Claudia 'Linctstey Charlotte Moore Betty Jo Young Bernard Adams .lean tX"IcLemore Vassar Miller Dorothy Blake Dorothy Gooch Marxrin Th aemar 3 The 1945 I-Iuustnnian Uffiners Erlilor ........ .............................................. E D KOTCH Assislcml Eflilors. . . .... I BETTY JANE BELL I GENE PADON ROBINSON Ari Eflimr ...... ..........,.. J UNE WILLIAMS Fucully Afluisor . .... N. S. PATTERSON Cnmlim, Vulcnln. 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III .IiIIIllilI'Y IIIO VIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIII SIX Ill'W IlII'IIIIJIg'IS IIIVIIIIIIIIII SIIIIICI' IIIIIIIIIIII' IXIIIIIIY AIIII .IlIIx . F' . ' - NIIII IINNII, IINIIIIN' .IN IIII'III,'IIUI,', IIIaN'y IIQIII IININ'1'Is IIIIII IIN1'gznNfI SIiIIlIIiII'I,I. ,1 "xml Q ,lhu u fmfw Had Masque Players Presiclenl . P. . ...... lVlARl.lO l5lQlCl'lAlX'l Vice Prcsiclent ....... .... X VANDA LEE flUl.l2Y Seconfl vice President. .. .,....... JOYCE RETTIG Scrrrelary. . .... DORO'l'l'lY Cl"llLDRlfSS Q N Q L S. lVll'l'Cl'llfl,,l, K '7""m' ' "" miss LELA B1-oL'N'1' One of llie olclesl Clulps on llwe Campus, tlxc Recl lvlasque Players has lnairlluinecl one ol' mln- largest memlaerslwips ol llne Campus vlulns. Organizecl in 1952, they lmve slngecl over one luunrlrerl plays. Tlwe Clulyls activities for this year incrluclecl UA Riclclle lor Mr. 'llwiflcllef' presenlecl al, llmc- annual Varsily Xlariclies slwow in Decemlwr. HDear Octopus!! .nnrl UNinc Cirlsu were presenlm-rl on tlme Campus, Wlllwe XlX"lOI'l'lCI1,H slagecl lor tlme tlwircl Consecutive year, was presenlecl nol only nn llwe c"nn1pus laut was falcon on tour le Camp Hoofl, Camp Swill. lVlCCloslccy l'lespilz1l amrl numerous near--lly afmy CEITTIPS. ' The Choral Eluh PmSi.1.,f,e.i ..... ...... G LORIA' BRIENZA Vice Pmsidunl. . . .... EVELYN ALLDREDGE Secretary ..... . . .VVANDA LEE COLEY 'lrlmsurer ..... ....... J UNE HELLER .'lCl,'OIIIfJUIliSl. . . ............. DON MARSH Sponsor .... .... B RUCE SPENCER KING rlllme University of Houston Cl1oralClul9,organizecl in 1940, lias as its major olujective to create interest in anmil appreciation ol' music and musical activities on tlwe campus. Plllwe clula activities cluring tlwe past year includecl an operetta tour, participation in Varsity Vurieliics, sluclent rccitals ancl anumlner of asscmluly programs. llX!VElltZ Drearn" tlw operetta, was given at San Jacinto auclitorium tlwis year uncler tlme sponsorslwip ol' llic Delplwian Society for tlwe purpose of estalplislming sclwolarsliips at ttme University of llouslon. The Student Entertainers Club President ....... ..... G LORIA 'BRIENZA Vice President .... ...,......... A L DANIELS Secrelary ..... ..... E VELYN ALLDREDGE S I BRUCE KING 'm"Sf"S' ""' IN. s. PATTERSON The Stuclent Entertainers Clula was formecl in 1944 as a service ancl pulylic relations organiza- tion to provide musical ancl otl'1er entertainment for civic ancl lllDCl'lCOI'l clulns, service camps ancl any otlwer groups clesiring a liiglm type of entertainment. Since its formation tlme clulm lias laeen in almost constant clemancl. lts memlners ltave performecl before many tlwousancls of l'loustonians and otlmer persons of tliis entire area. One highlight of tlre year was tlie appearance of tl1e Varsity Trio at tlwe Slirine Cripplecl Cl1ilclren's laall. Anotlier was the provision of its talent ancl aicl to tlie success of Varsity Varieties. Tlie Stuclent Entertainers Clulu is planning an expanclecl program for tl1e future to inclucle special performances luellore liiglw sclwool groups all over tliis part of tlie state. .i K -W.. I . ' 'g1:r..'0 , 1 :lk -.gig 'IFJV L. ,. 1' I 5' The Art IIIUIJ Presidr-nl ...... ...... S IGRID L. JACOBSON Vice Prvmlunl .... .... C YENE PADON ROBINSON h Scecrulury ...., .......... J EAN MILLER Treusurvr .... . . .ELIZABETH KENNEDY Sponsor. . . ...... F. XV. BRQXVNE 'I'I1e Univcrsily of Houston Ari. CIuI3 was organized in 1940 for art students ancI students inlorcslLc4'I in url.. AIII1ougI1 il is mainIy a sociaI organization, tI1e cIuI9 Iias cIone mucI1 to sIimuIate url Inlorcsl in IIN: univcrsily sI2ufIcnI IJocIy. The main project for the year was II1e painting of posters For tI1e acIvertisement of the rspcxrctla, UXVUIIZDrvcrr11,.UrI'I1e vIuIu. as a group, made a trip Io the art museum to --vr view tI1e coIIcclion of pninlings rIone Ivy IT. XV. Browne, the sponsor. They aIso I1acI numerous other so- CiuI functions on nncI OIII the campus. i Le Uuartier Latin Presicfenl ..,..... Vice Presirlenl ......... Corresponding Secretary ..... . . . Recording Secrelary. . . TVGGSLLTGF ............ . . Program Chairman .... "La Feuille de Clioun. Faculfy Sponsor .... . . . . .CLEO CONGRADY ...........JEAN NAIL ....,.MARIAN SAMMIS BEVERLY BLUE STEELE . .MRS FREDDA DUSTY . . . .XVILLIAM DENNY . . . .JEANNE ANDRE ......JULES VERN Lie Quartier Latin was organized in 1934 for the purpose of furtiiering the lmowledgc of iii language and culture of France. It has been associated with oliier French organizations of H ll ton, and for the past six years it has published its own paper, LA Feuiiiis ne Cnou. This year, time ciuin sponsored time second annual Cabaret for the benefit of French XVar I e iief, had several Lectures, soirees and an open Loose. it has one of the largest rnemlnersiiips the campus, a ciuln room of its own, and an exiiiizit of articles from France. El Porn Espanol Presicfeni ......., ..... O LGA RANHREZ Vice President ...,.... ........ C Hnisw WALNE . Recording Secretary ..... ..... rl ACQUEUNE LAZARE Corresponding Se-crefary ...... ..... O Pl-IELIA MEDRANO Treasurer ...... ...... ..... D o ROTHY REEVES Sponsor. .... MRS. FLOY P. SOULE The Spanislm club, El Foro Espanol, has as its major project a lmetter understanding between tlme countries of Nortlm and South America lay tlme establishment ancl interclmange of sclwolarslaips lnetween the University of Houston ancl institutions in tlme otller Americas. This year tlie clula has lmacl numerous activities, including several liouse parties ancl a Pan- American Day celebration. Tlmey also helped the Junior Pan-American Roundtable in tl'1e candy sale tlwrouglmout the second semester. 1 , 1 i imi is f SP' .i, W .i--"' The Junior Pan-American Hound Table . . . . .DOLORES VAN DER STAY ..........MlNERVA BLACK Director ......... Assistant Director .... Recording Secretary ..... ..... f ...... J ANE GASTON Treasurer ................ ..... G ERTRUDE SANCHEZ Corresponding Secretary ...... ..... O PHELIA MEDRANO University Director ........ ..... M RS. FLOY P. SOULE . , . . ,MRS D'ARCY CASHIN .....MRS.STONEROBlNSON State Director ...... Alliance Director. . . The Junior Pan-American Round Tahle was organized and chartered in 1944. It was the first Junior Round Tahle to receive a charter. The cluh was organized to provide a mutual knowledge, understanding and friendship among the women of the NVestem Hemisphere. It fosters all movements designed to promote the inter- change of students, and the developing of a higher civilization, especially those affecting the women and children of the Pan-American countries. - This year the cluh has had numerous social functions and estahlished a candy selling hooth, which proved very successful among all the students on the campus. J' ,J 5 U Willis : Socratic Society Csficiirnicin. . . ....... .UNI PALMER Seerolury .... ........ F RANCES GOUGH Sponsor. . . .... DR. LOUIS KESTENBERG The Socratic Soriety was organized in 19-11. tts primary purpose is to discuss present clay ittuirs wilti some ftegree of historical uncterstancting. The vlnti tum! no clcltnite projevts for ttie year other than stimulating student interest in 'um-nt topics, particularly those wtiicti affect the University of Houston. Q 5 i t The Psychnluqy Etuh President ......... ....... B ILUE AINSNVORTH Vice Presictenft ..... .... tx fIARGlE DOMENGEAUX Secretary. . Q .... - ..... MARJORIE CLAYTON Treasurer. . . ....... ANN Ct'tEATt'tAtVt Sponsor .... ..... I DR. ROY A. CROUCH The University of Houston Psychology Ctuh was organized in 1941 for the purpose ot ctisf cussing and studying prohtems in the tictd of psychology. The ctuh activities tor the past year have heen collecting otct hootcs and pamphlets in the ctitterent tietcts of psychotogy anct philosophy tor research purposes in years to come. The American Chemical Society Clmirrnan ....... .... R OBERT SEALE Q - Secretary and Treasurer ................ MACK WARD Sponsor ......... ...... D R. EBY NELL MCELRATH The American Chemical Society is tlwe stuclent lnranclw of the National Clie-micalsociety. Organized in 1944, tlwe clulu lwas as its main olmjective tlme promotion of interest in the sciences, especially tlwose pertaining to cliemistry. rlllme clula lwas lmacl many well-lcnown scientists and inclustrial leaclers lecture to tluem about tlmeir particular lielrls of science and demonstrate lay means of laboratory experiments. The clulg memlmers also clo many laboratory clisplays for tlwe entire stuclent lyocly of tlie Uni- versity of Houston. The Press Club President ........ ...... M lNERVA BLACK Vice President. . . Q . ......... Al., DANlEl.iS qecretaries . . FRANCES GOUGH M ' ' ' ' ' CONNIE BIOSSAT Treasurer ..... ELEANOR FROELlCl'l Sponsor ...... N. S. PATTERSON rlllwe Press Clulp was organizecl in 1942 to coordinate llwe activities ol tlme campus publica- tions. lvlemluerslxip is open to all stuclents interestecl in tlie lielcl of journalism. This year tl'1e clulv was campus liost to tlie American College Publicity Association confer- ence anrl sponsorecl a clrive for clotliing for Unitecl Nations Relief. Social activities inclucled a Cliristmas party ancl a welcome l1ome party for Cougar Exes lwome on furlougli. At tlne annual luanquet tlxe clula awlarcls lzeys to members of tl1e CQUGAR ancl HOUSTONIAN stalls wlio ldave clone outstanclinguworlc cluring tlme year. .AI The Euuqar Collegian Uffiters Prvsiflvnl ..,................................... Vim l,l'USfLlUll.f ...... . 501111141 Vice Prcsiffcnl .... .... 5vr'l'uInr'y .............. .... Tronsurur. . . . . . . . . . Pc1rficur1.unluriulz. W - ' ii, .GENE PADON ROBINSON MARIJO BRIGHAM . . . . . . . . . . .JOYCE RETTIO .MARGARET STANDARD . . . . . . . .BETTY JANE BELL . . . .BOBBIE JO MENEFEE Sponsors: MRS. EBAUGH, MRS. HOOKER, MRS. XVIKOEE The Cougar Eullegians Realizing the advantages and permanent goocl to he derived from the association with others, to develop college spirit, to create a feeling of good fellowship, and to promote interest in other school activities of the University, the Cougar Cotlegians was formed in 1928 hy Mrs. Pearl Bender. The ctuh sponsors the student ctirectory each year. Among the social events of the year were the tea and initiation of new memhers, a Christmas OpenHouse,anc1 the Cupid Carnival. Other projects that this society has sponsored were the establishment of a scholarship fund, a fund for a three-faced Ctoch for the tower, and the senior hincheon in May. A Cn-Ed-Etta Ufficers President .... ...... G ERALDINE MCMILLIAN Vice' Prnsidnnz ......... ............ C OLEEN LEVI Corresponding S ecre tary .... .... D OROTHY POLLARD R ecor d ing Secremry ...... ..... N EYSA HOWERTON Treasurer .......... ..... A NN CARRITHERS The En-Ed-Eites President ....... ...... G ERALDYNE MCMILUAN Vice President ...... ............ C OLEEN LEVI, Recording Secretary ....... ...... N EYSA I-IOWER'l'ON Corresponding Secretary ..... ..... D OROTHY POLLARD Treasurern ............. ..... A NN CARRITHERS Purliamentarian .............. RUBYE. SMITH Faculty Sponsor. .... '.MRS. ANNE B. BARNES The Co-Ed-Ettes, women's organization, was founded in 1942. The function of the club is to entertain and aid servicemen. During the year the club sponsored dances for the Navy men on the campus, served at the Soldiers Service Bureau and entertained the men at Ellington Field. The club also sent "cheer boxes" to the Mccloskey General Hospital at Temple, Texas. Although the Navy has left the campus the club will continue to function as a service to near-by camps and service clubs. Square Dance Club Presiclent ...... ........ R ED BEASLEY Vice President .... ..... M ARTHA FQWLER Business Nlanager . . . ...... JEAN ADAIR lVlllsLER Q N W HARVEY XV. HARRIS bponwrb lVl. ls. RAY Orgnnizecl in tlwe fall ol 1942, tlue Square Dance Cluln provifles recreation lor a large numlaer of sluclents on tl1c campus. Since it was loundecl, tl1e clula l'13S participalecl in tl'1e Pan-American Feslival, Llme lfunclera Rouncl-Up ancl tlie rocleo. This year tlwe Square Dancers presentecl a call to' tlwe call scramlale for tlme rocleo, lwelpecl pro- mote ticliet sales for Llme Fat Slocl: Show, instructecl square clancing at Ripley House ancl put on various exlnloition square clances. ' IT'-r HL ? 4 er ,Ag , 2, The Buckaroo Hiding Club President ........ .,.., J EAN ADAIR MILLER V ice President ..... ..... M ARTHA FONVLER Secretary ...... ..... K ATI-IERINE LUCY Treasurer ...... ......... . IOYCE RETTIC Sergeant-al-Arms. . . ..... MARY JANE HYMERS HARVEY HAR RIS Spoms' "" JoHN E. HOFF The Buckaroo Riding Club was founded in 1958, Ivy H. W. Harris. It is a western ricling club formed to create an interest and skill in horseback riding ancl to provide rccrcationkand western ideas among the students of The University. A In This year, as in the past, the Buckaroos handled the actvance ticket sale for the Fat Stock Show and gave a calf to the call? scramble. The social activities included the 'Buckaroo Round-up Danceu and an informal initiation of new members in the spring. ' ' is-.r4"""' Veterans EIIIIJ orncaas ron TI-IE ,YEAR lfAI.I. XVINTER SPRING IJIQSIIIIIIII ..... CLARENCE RAVER .... GEORGE HOVEY, JR.. . .MAC WARD DAN KURY Vice-President ,.... SDAN KURY ............ MAC XVARD .... ..... I 'IARRY MARSALIS IVVILLIAM MACHEN I Secrelnry .... ..... B ILLIE XVARD .,........ BILLIE XVARD .......... DAN KURY 7'reiIsI.irer ..... ..... K ENNETH URBAN ...... ARTHUR MILLER ....... RALPH MILLER Sergeant-at-Arms . ..... FRANK NVHITE ......... OSCAR JOHNSON ...... OSCAR JOHNSON RI-porter ...... ..... B OB DAVIS ...... ..... J IM FORD .............. JIM FORD Sponsor . ..... NV. C. NUNN .... ..... X V. C. NUNN .... XV. C. NUNN R. O. JONAS Xvhen the University of Houston began its new term in September 1944, veterans of Xfxforld Vyfar II were coming into its student body to picIc up their education where they Ieft ott before going into the Itghting forces of their country. NVhen the Itrst meeting was caIIed for a conference with the ofticiats of the Veterans Administration who were here to arrange with the University for the training of returned veterans, twenty-nine students were on hand. Near the end of Sep- temher Dr. NV. XV. Keminerer designated R. O. Jonas as Chief counselor for veterans, with instructions "to do whatever is necessary to devetop a successtut program of education for veterans." As the program expanded, M. L. Ray was designated veterans' counsetor for vocationat and technical students and O. Vxf. Rote was named as additionaI counselor. Facutty mem- hers from each department were caIIed upon tor conferences in their Itetds. To serve veterans who had not compteted high schooI, or who had been out of schoot some time, or who wished better Inactcgrounds for engineering or technicat programs, or who wanted retated worIr to go with vocationat training, a group of "IBO" courses proved to he an innovation of reat usefutness. Atso, the poIicy was,started of admitting veterans at any time during the year. Guidance facitities of the University were put at the disposat of veterans, as weII as facitities for hetping them IIIe necessary papers. FinaIIy, near the end of the year it was announced hy Dr. E. E. OherhoItzer that the University of Houston had Iaeen seIccted as the site for an area advisement center of the Veterans Administration. In Octoher IO-44 the machinery was set in motion to organize a Veterans Ctuh, to he a student society independent ot any nationat or state aII'iIiation. Its purpose was to Ioring veterans together for fettowship and aIso to worIc toward better schoot spirit and schoot activities for the University as a whoIe. , A Iuig reception and dance in November and a campaign for a campus memoriat in honor of former memhers of the student Imody who have given their Iives were the two highhghts in the year,s accomptishments. Participation in assemIJIy pro- grams, radio, and University activities drew the interest of other service men and women. The Home Economics Eluh President ...... ...... S HIRLEY TURNER Vice-Presiclenl .... .... X HRGINIA PRITCIWETFIW Secrelary ...... ,...... t DORIS ESTINIER Reporler . . . ..... CAROLYN CARR ' Sponsor ...... MRS. FAY ANTHIS A direct ctevetopment of time opening of the ctepartment ttwis year, is the Home 'Economics Club. The ctuln aims to promote interest in better twine living. During ttwe year' the organization presented a style show For ttle stuctent lnotty and sponsored a cootcie and cancty inoottm atttle Cupict Carnivat. During freshman orientation week, the rtula presentect a stcit to acquaint new stuctents with the home economics ctepartment. Acfivfffed ik ik ik ik ik ik ik ik ik , ,f iff I Slap Week UV - - ,. ,yy ' ,--. 4, . , V X, , , V1 y, ZIQKIIIYVV lf Imnl nm Hlllllk xrnllnmnl wr sl.1j1lmppx IJJIIIUIIIN .nl .allclalmll In mu D. , X, ., . , . Nlulw fxlmk mul kwlaul auwvpl illllllflllw lrum wplns willmglx Mu xwulal mm llmnl lws u umm xxillr an 'fraarmmlmlunlghlcl Pull Pullm pulI'w11i2vs svuum ul' Jill! Hlllllil NWI 'Hnru XVI ll ffxlfllli' -HIH1 Ulilll HI Il INV M l'll'lll"4' L W. , gl' 1 sa 4-' ' ,pw u, 3+ ...X A . HK 1 - mm: M it-xc-1 1 -,Q .... . , 4 w . 1 Q-+w:::5'-" M., r I I ' Af 1 EK. in' w VU u v M, , sE',I' - ,ss nu W xl: 'UT W " 'ru ' mm 5 -E ,Q .uggsgm .9111 H IH! 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' Qgfeiwi ' Q xv 1,2 nf' QQ gr'- Varsity Varieties nf 1945 'NVQ arc time girls from time Joy lI'1Cili.CIl'n'-EIDII Brigiwarn ami Rettig are the only two with halt-faces . . Slormcy ricting high and sweet . . . Indian girls, "Heep, Hecpn . . . Looks as it Bell just said 'x naiugt1l.y worri again . . . Qui' own cheer ieacters-'now for the team . . . UNatix-'eu Ctwapiine and .BUICTOH GfilIlilIN lUCCl'-'tllld Sllffh VVZIS IJOVH El l7SEllIl.iflll fl'iGI'1CISI1ip. More V. V. uf 1945 Sfanty jungle number and two inctian dancers-quite eflxective on stage, too . . . UHe went tnatta way" and Htaxin poses . . . Cast of "R.F.M.T." actually at work for once, Sherill' Torian behind grin and HLover" fpaict act., Shanks in profile, naturally . . . Legs anrl arms furnisiicrt by Botero ctancers . . . the "out of this worlctu set designed lay NViiliams. Not nirect lietp lmetow, just .loctv in his make-up . . . Must. ine Xvaitz rehearsal with grand-ctircctor XVilson laavtq, Iianrl to aching head . . , More rehearsals and millions of men . . . Last minute touch-ups . . . Very nirc pose, Init that left tnctiaifs expression is not familiar. i Tha Cougar Callaqiaii Cupid Carnival rlqlle Queen ol tlac Carnival, .loyce Rettig, ancl laer court Consisting of tlae Vanity Fair beauties . . . Patterson anfl Mitclwell in a posed picture, laut clelinitely . . . No one would ever lcnow tlaat Joy is only running tlie UGamlJling talnley' . . . from tliis angle it loolcs more like a crap game insteacl ol? pitcliin' pennies . . . Genie presents Elsie mlllae Beautyn Roberts lier Vanity Fair Bracelet . . . Joyce steps tlirougli tlie lweart to lue crownecl Her Majesty. N. A , .aww More Cupid Carnival The Queen and lwer live competitors . . . KIASELFGYY, Briglmiu anrl "Support" Bell worlc lor lwer ucligniliefln majesty, UlVloonsluneH Xvilliams, wl'1ile tlie "Two Grinsly amuse tier . . . Vanity Fair Beauties smile appreciatively wliile Brigliam tells Genie, "lt wasnlt casyn and Marry Bctln wonlt loolc at anyone lout Tommy, lwer liulaluy . . . Hpoppien Vern getting rcacly to see tlwc sigl1t.s ol' tlwc worlcl . . . A Close-up ol Queen Joyce . , . Hljul, Put, wlicre clicl you get llwat gartcr?H . . . Nollwing can stop llie one anal only Mrs. Elnauglw, nol even si lmrolien nrin . . . 'lpoppir-H vlieuls, lVlrs. lloolqer struggles nncl lvlrs. Ebilllgll just got a lxitc ...A lgwzuuiv' flliilflrcss points out llic love-line ancl guarantees Colcy will malcc it come true. The 1945 Basketball Team af the University uf Houston ' lf. IX. SNAPP, Coricfi , GER1'Xl.D ljlafxsrlllill, Higli Poinl lxlllfl Plllic Varsily Baslwllaall Squad lwacl a very siircessfiil season tlwis year. playing lillleen games ancl winning lcn. This was llmc llrst lime since 19110 tlwai a Varsity team was sponsorecl lay Llwe srlmal ancl in luiiliirc years il will lac known as the llrsl University of lnlouslon Baslzellnall loam. rlllwc oiilslanrling players were prescnlecl lelters al a sclwool assembly program in lvlay. iw i Lufl In riglii, lrwin Kaplan, Frerlilic: Sanclwz. Tony More, Carew Bean, Cliarlcs Hooper, Gerald Plaslcr, lfmlrlin lfausl, nnil llxill Swanson. The 1945 Cheerleaders nf the University ef Houston Mary Verne Siloley lxlary Ray Cum gL,., r ' Weis' ifrzs.:iL .,. A, A 'Ecl Kolclu IXK l BCI? ey lfrl Kolclw. Mary Verne Silmley, Real Beasley, Mary Ray Curry Not picturecl are Alice lVlaCl1 and locly Slarli Diversions nn the Campus llic lootlmll team BS. fllhelore Sanctioningl . . . Qur very successful Baslcetlnall Squacl in action . . Square Dance in ul ISC" . . . l lwoucstly lnclieve llwis is carrying tlie Ere clrill a little too far, lmul nice worlq il' you can get it . . . The Veterans on Armistice Day . . . Another sliot of the team . . 'llliis really fl0GSi'l,t liapperi, itvs strictly a pulilicity gag. ls fi? gif? si :5i2:::.::: :Ei 1 s S if W as xxgfyxf QE if L -t 1 it Et. .vw mir , m . Qfw'v 'X ,gg 3 S 'S A -Q 1 This K 1 A , 3 l Y 2 15:1 .agagaga ' 2 ' vf I S YI -1 1 K.. ,- HIE , .... TQ,-'ima-5-,, , , 1' 1 2 W B. ..:.: ,,. - ---V , - . wr 3' .ff gas, 'i ..,,: Sm in-I Q K X i -H, ' Q' Ha' H as M ..-f Jr The Women, 1945 Version ml rio you uxpc-Cl. me lo do, slay home and darn your socks?" . . . Ah, what price heaulyi ll musi hc very inlcrcsling . . . "Domi worry, we love you, Palm . . . Awful Truthu . . . lla Hlighl svcncu wilh Burke on lop . . . Hparcion mc, I guess we opened the wrong ciooru . . . A Iilhc-ring ol' Lim fcinalo Clan . . . UGosh, I wish they would close lhal clooru . . . Xvhal they in saying has hvun c'ciisorc-cl . . . uMolhc-r ioveu . . . Creighton has had one loo many, again. The Campus Como saring, came tennis ...A D enn 1 at time tie is witii Brienza rind Cutsinzis cioing some wisimiiii I , 5 5 . tiiiniaing . . . in February time Separation Biii causeci controversy at time Capitol in Austin anti peti- tions iiiieci every corricior at tire U, oi H. Wiwiie students erieci 'Liimcrnte tiw University oi Hoiistorin . . . Time Varsity Trio. Piwyiiis, Don and Gloria . . . Dr. ciI'Otlf'i't iinys tiwc iirst tieicct to time Veter- ans, Dance . . . Dr. Haifien, inaeic in Hciviesn again, gets u rcai Cimrgfe from sometiiing not inriiirieri on the iiim . . . Our own ixir. Joiwnson, A-'I janitor, imrci at xvoric. . . Pieaso, Gemini, after nii tiwis is ai Co-eciiiezitioiirri seiwooi . . . Hu guy, a gui zinri seven more giris . . . Piiiwe petition rcfwimeri somewiuere over tiwe rznniaow . . . Xvnitz Dream mst alter ri very sm-tressiiii siiow . . . t nr- tnin mit for liie prinripni Ciinrneters. - UAQ .MM Moo! mcelafion of 1945 !'?ki'28Z,Li17JiG5iWi?H'bis ik' 'The Most Beautiful High School Senior" . . . MISS CAROLE HOUIKAMP of Austin High School , fn fi p Z ASW' I. 4, t. ,X 52. 447 . 1' Aff ' ,, p - ff WVQ . . Af' 53. 1-'-4.3! '. ,- V Q,. A . Wd, 'Q' . .Q or j,-I ,.j- IIN 5 . , . mtg 39' 55? 'J 1. wr vw' a gif' ' . ? 1' -Q fx W2 -.al WW r "V'5'7 ff 5 fa" A . kr- 7' . . ,lU'1f'V F-a-fyyn , P Wai, A if J ' - f Thu .A inf? ' - i fbi. "Biff mg, 29, 'uh 'iii j X ' - .. , 1 , um im 4 , 'YI - P. E- r' - if , Y ,s "W lil. 12: 1:1 I 4 I "v PM 'Q if 9 , ' ff 7 . X 1 I ar-R as Q 1, Ti 5-5' T , , f?'fx'!f1v' 'iff-1 s QF" 5 1 ,E w -4 , W Va W' egg Q' Q, yi el qra aux, 3.1 if. D . . we 5 C U A The High School Heoeptioo of '45 ljrinress ,lane ,lohnson ancl Escort, Theo 'lqusa . . . Their lvlojeslies, Queen Gene ancl King Koich, pravtice their how helore curtain time . . . Princess Clayton oncl .lohn lVlcCluhnn . . . Senior repre- senlolive who woulclnlt part, Gloria Brienza escortecl hy Don lvlarsh ancl Stuflcnt Council Presiclenl, Belly Bell-with Rolaeri Cartier . . . The .Southern Belle." .lean Carter anrl Dun Cool: neeclin' only a mint iulcp lo complete the pirlure . . . Princess Eclie and Ben Brollier with -.,Ql?1f,lSH lor zu lnoclcgrouncl . . . Freshman lVlaicl, lvlary Ray Curry ancl Carew Benn Gll out the page. 2 er - . oz .i, , WM ' - e i A ,mv . Q. 9 .. if' Us . 1 i ,i , gfi. ,4 i ,,.,e.,.v., ,ww---M--M.. K., V 'if e we ,Q 4 W. Q 1 ...., .. , , .fm 'L-ff Ms, The High School Representatives of the Heeeptioo f lirislinv llillzml :mil ,lou Aim Chappell from lxlillxy . . . Carole l'lnll,l4amp. mlllte lvlost Beautiful llrpli Svlmonl Senior," with lier escort .laclc Estes . . . lncamate Xhflfirrlls, Clara Xhlelner ancl Betty wining , . . lfrom Sl. Agnes. Pot Slteplwrrl :incl Betty Riclaert . . . 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K, , ,. -f ,f-, ,, - - 7- K, ...Q ,sv I K . ,K . 9?m,,,-f ,K4gfj, , f,,K ,f . K-sv.. ,f . Kg, KK ,w ,. Q .- .- K . .K,.KKKK,, ., Kg.,-. . FK, -K , ' rf ' 'R ' Q- lv - 1499? ' , W 5 U ' We "T 2- "" ' - V ' M- ' K W Kg K , , J: , .f . K K .. Q.. KKWKK g . ,, .1 - ,N K - ' - 59? . .. K, 4, .,K9fMK, K . gym- ,,, ,, jwy .. . ' .f...m-5, ,Q-w" "- My K K ik ik ik ik ik ik Former Students Hnnwn Tn Bn Killed nr Missing in Action fL.TIlUHIK"lll1 Compulnlzonj LT. J. MITCHELL ALLEMAND CART. JOHN C. ALSUP, JR. LT. JOHN S. ARANT, JR. LT. COLEMAN R. ASHER LT. ROBERT C. 'BARNES LT. XVILLIAM BATCHELOR, JR. ENSIGN JACK BELL LT. XVILLIAIVI A. 'BLOOM SGT. FRED A. BOGAR LT. ROBERT O. BOTTS LT. HAROLD E. BOYSEN LT. CLEV E M. BROXNN, JR. LT. GERALD R. BROXVN LT. COMDR. THOMAS CALHOUN LT. RAYMOND E. CAMPBELL LT. THOMAS J. CAV ANAUGH ENSIGN ROBERT C. CHURCH LT. J. T. COLEMAN LT. ROBERT E. CONDON LT. XNALTER COSTON LT. RICHARD CRAVEN LOREN CROUCH WILLIAM J. DUPREE LT. DICK DURHAM LT. RALPH M. EDXNARDS LT. JAMES EAHEY JAMES T. FERGUSON LT. JOSEPH D. FULTON ik ik ik ik 'ik ik 'ik ik 'ik ik 'ik Former Students Hnnwn Tu Bs Hilled nr Missing in Action WALEY H. GARRETT SGT. CHESTER J. GREEN ENSIGN THOMAS GUNTER, JR. CAPT. GUSTAVE HEISS, JR. LT. PAT J. HEALY HAROLD HELFRICH LT. GEORGE HERBERT LT. NAURICE K. HILL LT. LAXVRENCE F. IRESON, JR. ENSIGN XVILBUR JONESON PVT. HERBERT KELLY LT. G. J. KOPPEL, JR. TOMMY LANCASTER PFC. CHARLES LANE CPL. BERNARD MANUEL LEA A. MARTIN EDXV IN C. MATHEXVS, JR. HEALY J. MILLS ENSIGN MILAS A. MUGNIER GORDON H. MCCOY LT. JOHN R. NORRIS JOHN PAUL OLSEN BEN ORR LT. FERDINARD B. PARIS LT. RALPH E. PARLETTE LT. JOSEPH B. PAT TON GEORGE H. PENDARVIS PFC. JULIUS A. POHL ik ik ik 'ik 'ik 'ik if ik ik ik Former Students Known Tn Be Hill d M' SGT. PAUL POLLEY ' PVT. XVALTER RADLEY IVY REES TIEJOMAS P. RIDLEY CHAR ELINIORE ROACH CADET A JOLPHUS RUTHERFORD LT. SAINT ITREDRICK SEIVIOQ JR. CAPT. .IAIVIES SLATTQRY, JR. I5II.I.Y A. SIVIITfI .IIiROLD D. SIVIITH LT. I.UTHIiR C. SINIITH. JR. DURXVARD SOXVELL CPI.. CIHIARI.IiS SPURLOCK III f,IiL'iuI Cumpiluliunl e or lssinq in Action LT. L. THOMAS STATTON PVT. IVIELV IN IVI. SUHL JEAN T ARBUTTON LT. ARTHUR J. THOMPSON IVIERLYN C. VOGELSANG LT. JAIVIES NV. XVADDLE XVARREN NVALTON LT. CLAUDE D. NVEATHERFORD GEORGE NV. XVELLS IVIARVIN NVESTERFIELD PERCY LEE NVILL DAN SHIELDS NVOOD LT. GORDON IVI. YOUNG vi? if? ik 'ik ik' u at 71:7 it at N LGOKING through this yearbook one seldom realizes the count- less hours, even days, of work and planning done by the editors to produce an outstanding annual. The editors' supervision includes every- thing from the first idea of a theme through the innumerable details involved in art Work, layouts, photographs, copy, engravings and print- ing. In normal times their responsibility has been great. ln War-time, problems have arisen which made their task almost insurmountable. Our greatest interest has been to work in the spirit of cooperation, relieving the editors, wherever possible, of some of their work and Worry. With the shortage of materials and manpower the task has not always been easy and delay has been inevitable. lt is our hope, how- ever, that our organization of experienced craftsmen has succeeded, along with your editors, in turning out a book that you will find both attractive and entertaining. ik it Sf? t ik THE E LF P BLISHI E EUMPAN ' I . , , 1 ' , J' W ,, Ai .... 5 " S.L- 3, 5- . 'I 33 J A' ' .El "" "" siiim X .o 2-27:9 ' . Ju -1,F:?5: ,::, V lf.,'li-V Q- L 3, 5? fdsfff .ll ' 'V . fl? f.f1sf3f" ' - 15 -s aw zwki'fi""' in bbw llftrg 3.4 ffafm' .-jf '1ef.i'y1?I:-.:jtp?gg?9,, .gr J S5115 fa -, ' 'Q ' . i I 1-1 .Avikifl 1- Q l ,'7fi'-1:3 S 1. 5, Q . W 1,1 - A X Ia. A . f y! .- X- lyf VM., if .LN fr- 7? .N N- ' E' ' ' ,Y yi I .Nui J :PJ ' f -K, - 1 f',w" " f . . ,,. N 3301 BIJFFALU DRIVE ' ll0USTON, TEXAS Comlagmenfa J H.R.CULLEN IHI Hll IS Hill SPHII The Nation's need for speed demands trained men to build better equipment faster . . . trained men to use that equipment. Our coun- try looks to men such as you to help bring Democracy through a trying period and pre- pare the Way for peace and happiness in the years to come. HUGHES TOOL COMPANY More than a quarter century of dependable fabrication has made the name plate of Wyatt Metal 6 Boiler Works an identification mark of genuine quality. You'll find it on thousands of welded steel storage tanks today . . . fortunes in Hmerican power safely locked in. YZ? WYAT1' METAL G. BQILER WORKS HOUSTON-DHLLHS T EXH S GIBRALTAR SAVINGS AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION 1201 Capitol The Friendly Institution Gongrafufafiond 'lfllwaf Pll0T0 SERVICE Qmciaf pkofograloier 3511 Main Hadley 8747 Houston 4, Texas SERVING YOU HHS BEEN H PLEHSUBE Varsity V ' - FRANCES BURTON 517 MAIN ST. -f C0lflPAl1leni5 of My JESSE H. JUNES I TERESTS CHAS. PARKER MUSIC CO., INC. EVERYTHING FOR THE BHND HND ORCHESTRH ' 916 CHPITOL FLVE. - F. 9124 ' HOUSTON, TEXHS HOLTON BQND INSTRUMENTS LUDWIG DRUMS Varsity Venus Candidate-DORIS ESTER THE OUTSTANDING RECORDS 7440.618 A, me A I. U M N I of ble UNIVERSITY or HOUSTON . . . in the Armed Forces and in responsihle executive and professional positions reflects their thoroughness in studying the arts and sciences under ahle instruction . . . and their egual thoroughness in learning from the school of experience. 274 R0l.I.ER BIT COMPANY Shop Collegiate Waka a mai? .N0u5t0ll 600A Forever young in outlook, Foley Bros. Shop Collegiate brings the collections of the foremost junior designers to the college set . . . styles that are clever ibut which will not be aged by a few times wearingl . . . prices that fit so wondrously into the college wardrobe budget! Shop Collegiate is the pride of Foley Bros. Houston 's only exclusive Junior Shop of No one need tell the Wartime Homemaker that prices are up . . . on almost everything but Electric Service. The continued low cost of electric service is one bright spot in Wartime demands on the fcimily budget. I W I F I F I' H F I. O O R .. l ANY oN PARIS I BYU' H.,---N., gl mv 1 I ll.. 9 A .5 fu 1 f' 5 - V H ,B wsxxtei New xxx , vi if .'2:2 V X' " . we Sill-ei "i' i,., ,:, ilii ' iisl fi if t.,, X er rrr rr s 4-ffittf., ..:: 1 -2'll'liil ziliz . '1-. F Tfi -V'- -. or I "" H X, 1 :,: '.'-,::, I-IOI.lSTON LIGHTING M' ..nno .wdM 5 8: POWER CUMPANY James Bule Co. EPENDABLE NAME SINCE jArAAeim .Slow MHRY RHY CURRY ' ' if xy, T' ,, 'M 71: ,LM ,L , -Y .b 1, .pw W Liu gn.- '- 1 gy 'Ti I 1 Aff? 4 NSUHPASSED 4 ITS LOEW'S STATE THEATER HOUSTON LAND 84 TRUST W. H. CURTIN 84 CO. Domestic and Export Laboratory Supplies and Chemicals for Industrial, Educational, Clinical and Public Service Laboratories HOUSTON, TEXHS CITIZENS STATE BANK Complete Banking Service Main at Preston Member FDIC in PP M min K ,cl 901 MAIN ATWA SHOE CENTER OF SOUTH TEXHS Since 1882 CURTIS CO. GOODYEHR TIRES GULF PRODUCTS Complete Huto Service ZIUU MHIN HT GREY WEST GRQY G SHEPHERD LEELHND 6. OPEN HLL NIGHT TELEPHONE Varsity Venus Candidates ' IHNE GHSTON - MBRY VERNE SIBLEY ENGRHVINGS FOR 1945 HOUSTONIHN BY SUUTHWESTEHN ENGHAVING CUMPANY 206112 West Eleventh Street FORT WORTH, TEXHS "YOUR STORY IN PICTURE LEHVES NOTHING UNTOLD" H 0 U 5 T 0 N 'S :Wahl of 60ul'fe:iy v 7f?QIfR'M5t MU INJAIL Aww QF I MMERQE I ' ifwe A .I T K-XTX. " ll' l Gulf Bllildillq -7 H 011513011 MEMBER FEDERHL DEPOSIT INSURHNCE CORPORHTION Saltowitz T "One of America's Really f Fine Stores." Specializing in 1 Men's, Women's and Chil- ff," V - dren's Apparel and Accesso- ' i ' l ries. Occupying six floors of lf ' f I , the 35-story Gulf Building. b' r ' fb f II fl if 'lllu ff l ft MMM l it "' 1 Houston l f ' ll l g f glfnl WW :IMI fl 5 1 M ., 55' 'za all ' f ,.,. fl fl Alf Q , , t . 'fly' Q5 l. fir. ti ill at .f ir, ,fi X ml i l ffll j si l if il l -isf t 1+ -N -.5 iff f " f : f l if ' tM . ,.l A 1 1, t ra Q, Ifl, L A f fl, H 1 ll f If tl L f w ' ' H M N ff W w if f fulfil' ff X W ' ffl' I f J Ali itwfiflylxmq tw-, ,A ' lx ' 112153 LA ' ef 4 .Vi .Uf ' kfll HT It 31 ff 'fl vi ' if tziilttilif'-,K ,Bidi -p il .+L , 4 , ,R . ., 1, HHame and what it stands for! That same impulse that leads one to look for the Karat mark on gold. , .or the Sterling mark on silver , . . leads one to look for the label on an article of merchandise. lf the label says "SakoWitz Bros' '... the article is immediately accepted as genuine . . . and ultimate satis- faction is a foregone conclusion! Back of every piece of merchandise in this great store there is a stern guardian of its quality! Consistently careful . . . extremely cautious . . . ever vigilant that nothing shall enter that does not reflect credit on the name of Sakowitz. BUY WAR BONDS ,, di at ..,. ...........,.. ,. 4... ..,.. 17,149 5 - ', 3 : -ex 2 f'S,?'. i I 1 . li in frail it 'Q fw 51525: .. ,six t fs- 5 EJWW f3' myjob fo serve your esserrfrol worfrrne needs today to fzasfen your moforrhg vres of tomorrow 4' VQf!1'vs 917-21 MAIN ST. ik HOUSTGN 'S LEPIDING F U R R I E R S SINCE 1914 Sk . UAHHHI si Sw? Whether it be storage . . . restyling or buying cr fur coat . . . it will pay you to come to 34.2 ALASKAN FUR COMPANY 606 MHIN ST. STORHGE RESTYLING HND SHLES are under the direction of experienced furriers. You take no chances at The Hlcrskdn FRHNK L. GOULD A President 1 I AND WOMEN'S APPAREL Vars ity Venus Candidate-RUTH ROBERTS HLI.. PICTURES IN THE VHNITY FHIR SECTION Aff THE HOUSE OE QUHLITY for Houston Homes yIIIIIIIII , I -ff 44 YEARS DEPENDAILE SBVICE 'iN q I Agn ' wif I Houlande WITH SINCERE BEST WISHES TO THE STUDENT BODY WILSON STATIONERY AND PRINTING CO. 4420 Main Lehigh 4181 pnnne at Fgnnin V ty V C d'd I --ELSIE ROBERTS df' 'n' 151 his s:s1Aa1.1 snaznw., ix fi? I I -453,43 Y wr- LEVY BROS. DRY GOODS CO. CORRIGAN, INC. ik JQLUQLF5 903 MAIN - HOUSTON TELEPHONE C-6391 DIHMONDS 0 WHTCHES 0 SILVER CRYSTHL 0 CI-UNH Varsity Venus Candidates IEHNNE HNDRE - CONNIE BIOSSHT EVSYIH-BUSIOW C0l'I1-l9AlYl0llf:f of SETTEGAST-KOPF FUNERHL HOME Milam at Gray F 1391 Va fy Venus Candidates MHRGHRET CHTSINHS - MHRY BETH McDONHLD 46 Q 000222 Wa 0 S1 4 QD 'P C0ll'll9AI'nel'lf5 I of UNIVERSITY BUGK EXCHANGE 70 T I' be ohp, g Efficiency Drillln bol of Q Sym RE HE YW ER Ev FIELDS OIL IN XX xx -Quai Too! Co-'zzpqoy ooh' SSPVSS his 01? Jbdusby fi-001 fifoustoq Sczy Qbf , QOQ' Coibbs C'6r1ls'2X 7'sfx-Qs ...fs-0019998 ood Qofveg loozls-1EroQ...QoQ' Omzosq WJ'O'?1152Q for 166 001216806 1?QQ'e. . .15-002 New f'of-.4 Q4 for fbe s-x-,col-1' frQQ'e. For 0301-e 16012 JL? ysors We 15099 been 6111705519 on good .S-erwbe. w,., .. .g:f'Q54:1-1':.5,:Zr':,j.::5r::1::::15,::f-52:3 -:- '-", 5' ::,-qv.-' ,',: , . aff x "'- . " ,:::fzssii1E2?iEii5 2??i2?i?fi'E2i?'2iii52!12. 5 - - -2 22?? f' ,:s,. I t::fE:::Tf!:'1" , "" i2Z:7?"' 112' wf' . 31 22' 2' "' s xa TE USTONI Ho ST' IN MH 0 420 IG TT Rf: E YC IO ie - didn can venus sity va' 'fha W Paula Ileovx. . . . where quality reigns supreme FONVILLES PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 3710 FQNNIN STREET HOUSTON TEXPIS Prescription Specialists Physicians' Supplies Biologiccls CITY WIDE DELIVERY TELEPHONE LEHIGI-I 9103 Varsity Venus Candidates A FRHNCES GOUGH - MHRIE HOMER Insignia of Distinction on Apparel and Accessories for Men and Women . . . and Boys f ,A -, is 1 , . 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