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Beals, Reverend Richard M. Trelease, chaplain lor Commencement, Allaert R. Jones, Horace VV. Kimhrell, secretary tor the Board. E. E. Howard, chairman oi the Board, President Clarence R. Decker, Sigmund Stern, Paul D. Bartlett, Raymond VX7. Hall, Arthur lvlag, Robert Mehornay, J. C. Hall and NV. T. Grant CHAIRMAN ERNEST E. Howard has been the guiding spirit of the Board of Trustees of the University of Kansas City since the formal incorporation of the University on June 27, 1929. Elected hy memlzmers of the Board itself, the men who have carried forward the policies of the University as an institution founded on the principles of private enterprise, have been outstanding civic leaders. In pursuing its worlc, the Board has the following committees: the Executive Committee, of which Mr. Howard is chairman and Senator Kem and Mr. Sigmund Stern are vice chairmen: the Subscriptions and Bequests Committee, Mr. Howard Flagg, chairman: the Budget, Audit and Investments Committee, Mr. Raymond Hall, chairman, the Education Committee, Mr. Joyce Hall, chairmang and the Buildings and Lands Committee, Mr. Albert R. Jones, chairman. This past year the Board, among other measures, approved the purchase of the Harrelson costume house collection for the Playhouse, decided on a raise in tuition Charges in keeping with the HCO fhigher Cost oi operationl and decided to go forward as rapidly as possible with the new residence halls program. Recently they approved the appointment of two KCU alumni to the Board: Mr. Kenneth Fligg as counsel and Mr. Horace Kimhrell as secretary. 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J 3 I a f2'frf"r'-pfff - 1 -V-,jfhwef :GFSL zsnzzgai "- W ' V W i si U If ' X1 1, 3 s ff X I .. .77 U1 I E 4 1 H P! Q T E E 'A ,, 0 U W 1 1 L V ,,. I il Me W, lr I 1 I V Y z E I 1 V F S 5 v A . :mi ip! D1 ,W I I 1 1 IJ as K i EI I! EE leave niversit life, JOHN HENRY HUDSON ......... President JOHN D. STEIN ........ ...... Vice president RUTH HEYDON ...... ....... Secretary KAY STARNES .,..... Treasurer ........Rack Part, Ma. .Kansas City, Ma. .Kansas City, Ma. ....Sf. lasaph, Ma. AILEEN RUTH AGRON ....... ........ K ansas City, Mo BEVERLY E. ARENS .......... ....... ROBERT E. ARFSTEN ..................... CHARLOTTE PRINOLE AVEY ......... GEORGE EDWARD BAGGETT ............ MELVIN EDWARD BISHOP ........ .Kansas City, Mo .Kansas City, Mo .Kansas City, Mo. Overland Park, Kan Kansas City, Mo. MARY KYLE BLACK ...................... Kansas City, Mo WILLIAM ARTHUR BLACKWOOD .... Kansas City, Mo JERRY MILES BOWMAN ...... ARDIS PAULINE BROWN ........ Kansas City, Mo. ........Kansas City, Mo. BEVERLY JEANNETTE BROWN ........ Kansas City, Mo. MARY PAT BROWN ................ ROY W. BROWN ....... CARL H. BRUNS .........................,.. LEONARD PETER BU KATY ..... ANITA LUCILLE BURKHART .......... ........Kansas City, Mo .........Marsnail, MO Kansas City, Kan. Kansas City, Mo Kansas City, Mo. ADA I LELAI JOHN BXIELV ROBEI FRANI I-IARR NIAUI BERN, BETT1 MARII ALFRI NORN CHAR HARO KENN GILBI JAMES JOSEP RICHA FG 9 , Mo. I, Mo. 9, Mo. t, Mo. V, Mo. y, Mo. V, Mo. y, Mo. Sy, Mo. Q, Kan. ty, Mo. ty, Mo. ty, Mo. ty, Mo. ty, Mo. ty, Mo. ill, Mo ty, M0 y, Kan. ty, Mo. ADA MARGARET CARNEY .v... ...... K ansas City, Mo LELAND RAY CHANCE .,................ Kansas City, M0 JOHN CLARK ...................... North Kansas City, Mo MELVIN DAVIS COLHOUR .............. Kansas City, Mo ROBERT C. CONN ........ ........ P latte City, Mo. FRANCIS HAROLD Cox ........ ...... K ansas City, Mo. HARRY EARL CREAL JR ............... Kansas City, Kan. MAURICE SPENCER DUNN .......... Kansas City, Kan. O. O. 0. 0. BERNARD EVELOFF ....... ......... K ansas City, M BE-I-Ty RAE EYLES ....... ....... H ickman Mills, M MARIE FALCONE .,,,..., ......... K ansas City, M ALFRED E. FALK ........ .-.... K ansas City, M NORMAN FISH .................... ..... K ansas City, Mo CHARLES E. FITSGERALD ....... ..... K ansas City, Mo HAROLD FRIEDMAN ........................ Kansas City, Mo KENNETH EUGENE GARRETT ........ Kansas City GILBERT M. CIILGUS ....... JAMES GRANER ..,..,,,,,,.,,, -.....Kansas City .....,Kansas City JOSEPH JOHN GULIZIA .................. Kansas City RICHARD IVIILTON HANSING .......... Kansas City ,Mo ,M ,Mo ,Mo ,Mo remembering registration lines O. e niversit life, SARAH ELLEN HENNESSEY ............ Kansas City, Mo. JACK LESLIE HERRIMAN ................ Kansas City, Mo. J UDITH HINTON .................... JEROME A. HOCK ....... HELEN DIANE HOWELL ........ .....-.Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. NOEL BERNICE JARNEVIC ..,........... Kansas City, Kan. CHARLES FRANKLIN JENKINS ........ Kansas City, Mo. FOREST EARL JENKINS .......... MARGERY T. JOE ......................... ELBERT BUFORD JOHNSON .......... KENNETH C. JOHNSON ....... EUGENE DALE JONES ...... JOHN NEAL JORDAN ....... JOHN KELLY ................... SHIRLEY WARE KIRBY ...... HELEN M. KLAMM ....... NICO KAMP ....................... HERBERT ID. KOSOVITZ ...... LEWIS HARVEY LONG ....... ........Kansas City, Mo. Independence, Mo. Inciepencience, MO. .-..-.-.Kansas City, Mo. ........Kansas City, Mo. ........-Kansas City, Mo .-.......Kansas City, Mo ........-Kansas City, Mo .......,.Parievitie, MO. CARL A. KOFFLER ........ .....,...... Biitizoven, Holland ....Kansas City, Mo. ....Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. JOAN RAMC ROBEE JOSEP BARB1 MAX JAME: JUNE JOHN ALBE MERN NILE BETT' BETT' FREDI CLOV Nom LORR. MARI LEON 7 ity, Mo. ity, Mo. ity, Mo. ity, Mo. 7ity, Mo. ty, Kan. fity, Mo. fity, Mo. noe, Mo. nce, MO. jity, Mo. jity, Mo. City, Mo. City, Mo. City, Mo. ville, MO. City, Mo. , Holland JQAN L, LOSCALZO ............... ........Kansas City, Mo. RAMONA G. LOUDERMILK .............. Kansas City, MO, ROBERT LOUC-HBOM .......... JOSEPH MACH ............. BARBARA MNOOKIN ....... MAX MCCANN .............. JAMES E. MCLEROY ........ .JUNE IRENE NEWBERRY ..... JOHN J. OBERLE ............ Kansas City, Kan. .....-..-...Vinita, Qkia. -...-..-Kansas City, Mo. . .,......... Carthage, MO, ......-.Kansas City, Mo. ........Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Kan. ALBERT OETTING .......................... Kansas City, Mo MERWIN WALLACE PEAKE ...,...... Kansas City, Mo. NILE PETERSON .............................. Kansas City, Mo BETTY PROPST ............... ...Kansas City, Mo. BETTY JANE QUINN ...................... Kansas City, Mo. FREDERICK T. REYLING JR ........... Kansas City, Mo. CLOVIS L. RICE .......................... Q-Kansas City, Kan. NORMA JACQUELINE RICKEL LORRAINE COOK ROGERS .............. MARGARET NINA ROGERS .... LEONARD E. ROSE ............. Kansas City, Mo. Denver, Colo. Kansas City, Kan. Kansas City, Kan. wondering City' MO' if theyil see the Pond again. City, Mo. 9 'flu --...,.....-M 1--7 SE IIIRS aww. aw leave niversit life, MILTON LEE ROWE ...... ROGER RUDD ................ KENNETH RUSSELL ........ MARY A. RUSSELL ...... MARVIN LEE RYHERD ....... EDITH M. SCARDINO .................... LOWELL LEON SCHUPBACK .......... NORMAN LOUIS SCHWARTZ RICHARD SELLE ............................. MARIAN SUNIE SHERMAN. ......KanSas City, Mo. .--......Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Kan. .....,Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Kan. ..Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Kan. Danbury, Conn. ...........Kansas City, Mo. KENNETH WILLIAM SHONS..MOUnfain Home, Ark EDSON LEONARD SMITH ............... .Kansas City, Mo. .Kansas City, Mo. ROBERT SMITH .............................. Kansas City, Mo. AWILLIAM JAMES SOETAERT JR ....... Grandview, Mo JEAN SPANIOL ......................,,........ Kansas City, Mo MARGERY LOU SPRINGER .............. Kansas City, Mo DOUGLAS H. STICKEL ....... E. DOROTHY STRAUSS ........ THELMA LEE SUDVARG ...... LEO J. SWEENEY .......... ........Iamestown, N. D. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. Kansas City, MO. HEI HAI CAI NIA WI ROI ROI- ROI VA1 EMI GLI JOI-I MIT W 7 ty, Mo. ty, Mo. v, Kan. ty, MO. y, Kan. ty, Mo. y, Kan. , Conn. ity, Mo. ity, Mo. ie, Arte ity, Mo. V- .ity, M0 ew, Mo fity, Mo V. ,ity, Mo n, N. D fity, Mo fity, Mo fity, Mo. HENRY A. TAGER ......... ,,,,,, HARRY FROST THEISS ...... ......,,, CARL T, THOMPSON ....... ..........., MARIANNA TIBBS ......... ...... WILLIAM ROBERT TUCKER ......... ROBERT VAN NOY ...................... ROMAINE WADDELL ....... ROBERT C. WEIGAND ........ Kansas City, Mo. Caltinsvilte,1lt. .gn , Kansas City, Mo. .Hickman Mitts, Mo. .Kansas City, Kan. ITICIQPGTICIQTLCQ, MO. Kansas City, M Kansas City, M VALERIE SHARLENE WELDON ...... Kansas City EMOGENE WHITE .......................... Kansas City GLEN E. WILLIAMS ....... ....... K ansas City JOHN WILSON ........... ....... K ansas City MITSURU YOSHIMOTO ....... ...... wishing... ,M ,M ,M ,M .Kansas City, M O. O. O. O. O. 0. 0. 'E' yu-mia 'Finn THAT THEY had liked it at first. It seemed like such a long time ago, and to some it was no good, to others it was good. Perhaps one could have done more, if it had mattered at the time. .-yes, it was a change. after the army, even after high school. It was a reply to her query. .--hut we really didn't care. just have a good time. It was funny to think that it was done and finished and the time had passed so quickly. -there wasn't much then. none of the wooden huildings. hut it grew. i didn't think to stay. then i was out. Thinking hack, only the good things stood out. -rememloer the mcgehees and the hlackouts? and the hig wood pile? She glanced across the tahle. ,-sure. and those foundation courses. i caught up on my sleep, if nothing else. If it could he done over again, it would prohahly he the same, and now they were sorry to leave. There was so much ahead that was rather frightening. '--no more bridge in the roost. weyve got to try and use some of what we learned now. ,-one has to start sometime. get a joh, get married, try to contribute something to the world. They had to live in the future and only rememher the past, hut there would he homecomings and friends to talk and remember with. 25 UNIURS WALTER L. PECK - 1-f 433' 26 i' Iam President ROBERT WILLIAM ELLIOTT Vice pfesident MARY MCWHORTER Secretary MARLENE LUCILLE NORDBROCK Treasurer WILLIAM ROBERT AYLMER LEON BAELLOW ,I-'vfm 'K I - A. . 1,-,f M ,Q I IOIOI' I ' I..- W. .IIf, 1 14' 1 K , THOMAS D. BARR BARBARA ISABELL BARRY JOACHIM BERNER JEROME JOSEPH BERNSTEIN ARMENTA MARIE BRASSFIELD JOAN FRANCIS BRIGGS ROY WINTON BROWN JUANITA LORRAINE BRUNGARDT FLOYD L. BRYAN DAVID GERALD BRYANT ROBERT J. CAPPER CAROL ALYCE CARLSON THOMAS H. CARPENTER ESTELLA DAVIS CHARLES DENNY JR. ROBERT DONALD DEWITT RONALD JAMES DREILING DELORES A. ECKART JUNE ECRART THERON PAGE ERICKSON ,I I.f?,,g , ,. 5' I'3?'f'5f sf 4, I. I . I' I Fw! i gn, 'af .7 J B i' LD ARDT I' EXCIE JOANNE JONES DONALD AUSTIN JOSLIN ZOE BEVERLY KAASA CHARLES MARTIN KAHN PAUL KATAYAMA GENE W. KELSAY ALAN M. KEMP JANET GREGORY KUNERT CARL W. KURZ JR. BERNARD LEWIS CARLETON G. LINDOREN KATHRYN JO LOCKRIDGE ROBERT CLAYTON LONG CARDER H. MANNING LINDA ANNE MAYES LANE FI MERRILL MYLA MITTELBACH Ivo NIOELTER JOHN MONROE ' ROBERT SHERMAN MCGREW 'FUN ESTHER RUTH ESRIG VERLYN G. EVELAND NANCY EWING JOANN EILEEN FARLISH MARY ALICE FREEL LAWRENCE GOLDSTEIN MARY JO GORMAN ROBERT LAVERNE GORMAN ROY AARON GRANT ROBERT LEE HAMILTON JAMES BRYAN HICKS ALICIA ANNE HITTNER DAVID HOUGLAND NANCY ANNE JOHNSON JAY JOLLEY 'V-f,"5"' v9""' -.ff- 'YK qs... CHRISTINE MCMORROW MARY LEE OTTO WILLODEAN PACKWOOD JAMES MARK PALMESINO ROBERT PARELMAN THOMAS LEROY PARRY DARLENE R. PENNELL JACKIE LEROY PIERCE ALBERT LLOYD PITTS CLYDE JAMES RAYBURN JR. KARLEEN LOUISE READY BEVERLY JEAN REEDER JOYCE RHEINOLD REIBER CLARK ALBIN RIDPATH ROSALIE ROBINSON Q9 1.11-... S-L... A , KENNETH ROCK BONNIE JEAN ROYER JEANNE R. RUBENSTEIN RUTH LORRAINE SEEK MIRIAM SHYPPER MANON SIRCUS CAROL STAPP EUGENE STEPHENS JOHN M. STEWART RALPH D. STEWART VERONICA MARY STRICK HERSCHEL STROUD JACK EUGENE TAYLOR LOU TAYLOR GENE TERRY MARY THORP SHIRLEY ELIZABETH THORP FRED CHARLES TRUSELL ANN K. ULRICKSEN FRANK WAGGONER 'tl' RG- 4? A-Og,-A A E A 7 E? V V, , ' 'A' DICK WARFEL DOLORES MAE WATERS 'A X, 1 -PV, Q MARY ANN WILFLEY PHYLLIS ANNE WOOLEN 'xxx A .4 , ,. M70 smiling snowmen N r HUMDRES ROBERT C. LANG President WILLIAM VARNEY Vice president 2, 1 i : N , ,C LLOYD FRANCIS BROWN JR. orientation information Vice president MARGARET ANN FOREMAN Secretary BEVERLY BREUER Treasurer JANE BALDWIN 3 W J N f 7 X R ,XS 2 nga S 16593 'fe V as , , Ffsx X f Cm 4? NQW 193' if V 'f2..""""' 1 1' J . 'C .' 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'V -- ., --,, - .,,.,.., :.-. . fx.---.-r:.usmsr-4 .-signs. .K-- -,,...g...v..iEf,l.,:,...,,m 1 LYS' - - .Q.a.,,,gs,,,,.13,Q,-i,- -Lhlgml-L,,, ,,1:i,:IVhAW,,, x 1-"Q '-.' 'T ' as 15.-ii-.xg-.41 wma.- .Q NX , QQ-W , QQw,, f 3 'M a fx X 1, X 4 WA My XM :Qs WM fy .fi if KANGAR00 sq", .lm SALTER, editor. THE BOOK was done. A small group sat in silence in the office, hearing occasionally the passing footsteps of someone outside. They were tired, happy. Nothing to do. .-fi want to thanlc you all . . .He lumhled. Nothing to say. ,-you tlianlc us? you did most of the worlc. She smiled. -anyhow, the hooles outg in the mail now. linda, dort, sharlene, everyhody did their share, some more than their share. professional school editors were good. -hut ye ed designed the hoolc, did. the layouts, paste- ups, Wrote copy. had a good printer, too. that helps. f-anything helps. mclcees and linda did the art worlc. guess if tlie students are satisfied i am. it's their lvoolcg we did our loest. now, anylaody want more coffee? They lelt. The janitor hegan to sweep out the place. Buell TOLUZ Kay Stal'nCS, Carolyn COOTIS, Safiih HCHHCSSCY, JBDC Chaf- trand. At deslz: Vvalter Peclc, Barlnara Barnard, Dorothy Strauss. Editor-in-chiel ....... ...-.---. J im Salter Associate editor ......... ----4-------- L iflfl-H MHYCS Pandex editor .,,,-.,.,,, ,,,,,,, R osemary Roherts Mortar co-editors ........ ---------- lg ililglyoigilk Busliwliacleer editor ....... ------- A - C- NICQHUQQ Photography editor ................---------- LlOl1f1 lVlCD0n0USl1 Fred Trusell Nlitsuru Yoshimoto .Tom Carpenter Assistant photography editors ..... . Special photography ................----------- ....V...Sl18.I'l6l'lC Weldon Social editor ................... Sports editor ....... ---------------4- W 'alt P9Cl4 Kay Starnes Sarah Hennessey U Nancy Ewing Delores Eclchart Senior editors ........ ---. Junior editors ........ .---- Sophomgre eqlitgr ,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,,....... Jane Cilaftfanfl Freshman editor .... Q .........................---- Barbara Barnard lVlartha lVlanovill, Ada Carney, Reporters """""-""" Caroline Coons, Patsy Coolc Business manager ..................--..---------- D0T0fl1Y SUHUSS Publications advisor ........ ........ H elen Jo CriSSm21I1 RV, Z z if W No.9 Top left: Linda Mayes. Top right: Fred Truscll. Bottom: Tom Carpenter. Salter lVlayes tolaerts Nlorrid ly Klfk Quigg mnough himoto rpenter Veldon It Peclc es inessey wing iclchart artrand 9 wax f'f A FINGER of sunlight polied into the room ulet at last There was an odor ol old paper and fresh paste yellow copy sheets lay on the floor crumple The two oys entere uncertainty seeming to loo for someone. They glance around the place. -see, nohody here. who wants freshmen to write for a paper? -we tried. He idly lciclced a piece of the yellow paper. -loolc at the walls. papers from three years haclc. A nod. -oh. herels the ones from this year. some guy named cohen was editor for the first issues. what happened to him? -had to study. here. somebody, tom loarr, is editor now. -they slcipped some issues. says no money first semester here. -had a limited budget second semester. who got all the money? 5arnard Carney. look Strauss rissman ,,! f ,, P F i W 5 . ,f, f Nlayes. Trusell. rpenter. ""W'vw-.um TOM BARR, editor. Below: Paul Cohen. assistant editor. Corner: Bot: Lang, associate editor. Right: Carl Lindgren, business mgr. 1 ' 23 5, 1 -the yeartmoolc. loolc at all the junlc in here aloout sororities and fraternities. whatls this lcangarumors? He loolied innocent. -it's supposed to he a gossip column. mostly same old people. -yeah. still, this is a pretty good paper. seemed to try and report news for all the people. has professors' opinions, too. -guess itls o.lc. Duslc now. They slammed the door as they left. Linda lVlaycs. 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Second Row: Shirley Kirby, Carol Kraft, Christine lVlclVlorrow, Florence Morris, Joan Poe, Virginia Veatcln, Dolores Waters, Betty White. Third Row: Pliyllis Vvoolen. Eileen Berencit Beverly Brown Mary Lee Dale Leatlia Fiedler Lyn Fulton Betty Greciell Lise Gruen Shirley Jacob Joan Jolmnston Zoe Kaasa Martha Kent MEMBERS Shirley Kirby Carol Kraft Christine lVlclVlorrow Florence Morris Norma Morris Joan Poe Virginia Veatcll Delores Waters Betty Vvliite Pliyllis Woolen Alf"- Il 'ill , ll I Q i ,. W Tffwwdgf- ,,,,,ffwff"Q'fQ1,fp.'QW'gf ' 1 Q? ,gf Q ,f W, M, f Q, fm ff" 3 5 4 1 V i 1 I I 1 1 l Bum Friclay son gstresses a E 77 3 3 ' 14" ZZ' -, .w 9 ' -V ,lv f M, 5 1 Q-L... Zfiw , mf, 1 uf ' 1' X " f P4 ' V -- I 1-1-ff -- '-' --ww r-.-.gn ,.......-.,, .- -. .. A V V- ,,,. - - -..,....,.,f - -.w , ,, ,, , ,V r-ULU. Wa, A-In - VV , . was ww- QSM? ma' 'CZF' Top Row JHYIE Baldwin, BBFLHIB BETTY, BBYIJBIB Beck, ACIB CBHICY, Caro Delores DeAngelo. Carol Destler, Marie Falcone. Second Row: Mary .lo Patricia Harper, Ann Hittner, Joann Huff, Margery Joe. Janet Kunert Louclermlllc, Betty Mitcllell. Third Row: Mila lVlittlelJacl1, June Newberry Norcllmroclc Katherine OBrien. Vvillodean Paclcwoocl, Darlene Pennell, ulnley Lorraine Rogers. Fourth Row: Margaret Rogers, Mila Jean Smltll Kay Starnes, Lou Taylor, Ann Ulriclcsen, Willa Wade, Sllarlene Weldon ITIC 8.dVlCC Jane Balclwin Barbara Barry ' Juanita Brungarclt Barbara Beck Acla Carney Carol Carlson Dolores DeAngelo Carolyn Destler Marie Falcone Mary Jo Gorman Patricia Harper Ann Hittner Jo Ann Huff Margery Joe Janet Kunert Ramona Loudermilk Betty Mitchell Myla Nlittellmacll June Newberry Marlene Norollnroclc Katherine O'Brien Vvilloclean Paclcwoocl Darlene Pennell Margaret Quinley Lorraine Rogers Margaret Rogers Mila Smith Kay Starnes Lou Taylor Ann Ulriclcsen Vvilla Vvacle Valerie Vvelclon I ff bj""x nv, k r ' V nf, QM x ' Q-Hvfgup 25 .,,, -.5 ' -Y - -F A-----f - -. , V,-M... .,.f.g..- fwag.-+,' ,.,-, n mem- ich she iayes . . nd Bev Jr them orations did for 'or them ll march .angaroo all their L a redhead. 7 Q rw' 3 w Top Row: Therese Bartolac. Mary Pat Brown. Lucille Burkhart, Evelyn Davis. Nancy Ewing, Joanne Fariish. Doris Fletcher. Ruth Heydon. Second Row: Diane Howell, Karen Kenney. Jo Loclcricige, Nlartha Manovill, Linda Mayes. Karieen Ready. Beverly Reeder, Edith Scardino. Third Row: Norma Slaves, Veronica Strick, Mary Ann Wilfley. MEMBERS Katheryn Jo Lockridge Niartha Manovilie Therese Bartoiac Mary Pat Brown Lucille Burkhart Evelyn Davis Nancy Ewing Joann Fariish Doris Fletcher Ruth Heyclon Diane Howell Karen Kenney Linda Mayes Kariene Ready Beverly Reeder Edith Scarciino Norma Staves Veronica Stricic Mary Ann Vvilfiey me - in 4. um if ' ,-0 i .A W X ,. ., T. , A, 5, f X ff . tc,ce "?'f'f?vv" Just hig 'bums 09 Q V irv ' 1"-J. 0, f ff' fa. ' . .1 'J -Ag f My ., guns S l ,W 5 ll VVho's RMA . X X ? if X 41 it 5 E W 5 1 . I as l l F S - a- -K l ix Lumix ,Mi .MN i Mb W: s r. r 1 gf ex," Q .Q Q ,-el l . yy 9 A. is ,-Y - NCS s- ' ker Ball Princess -ss Man- Hennes- phomore Thelma ss . . . T. Sud- ', Junior tary and hoth the latter for ES.. in LOSC3lZU. V, rx Ms- 4,551 S' 4475 'ns mph: -'v """"" 'WV Top Row: Beverly Breuer, Joann Briggs, Jane Chartrancl, Roberta Colclsnow, Delores Eclcart, June Eclcart. Margaret Foreman, lVlarolinn Graham. Second Row: Mary Ann Hall, Sarah Hennessey, Feralfline Hill, Shirley Kurz, Joan l..oScalzo, lvlary lVlcVVhorter, Beverly Monlc. Joann Shouse. Third Row: Jean Spaniol, Dorothy Strauss, Thelma Sudvarg, Mary Thorp, Shirley Thorp. Romaine Vvadflell. MW Beverly Breuer .loan Briggs .lane Chartrancl Roherta Coldsnow Delores Eclcart June Eclcart Margaret Foreman lVlarolin Graham Mary Ann Hall Sarah Hennessy Feraldine Hill Shirly Kurz Joan Lo Scalzo Mary lVlcVVhorter Beverly Monk Jo Ann Shouse Jean Spaniol Dorothy Strauss Thelma Suclvarg Mary Thorp Shirley Thorp Romain Waddell -4-Q-gg, 1 X X16 'A V I! x. l. H1 Q3 If ,gg f I 4 1 4 . -1 .. -j'1nnlnfuc'l - H pn-1-Q 'gg-fy, 19,1 - .I V- - , , :.,,., .,,.,.. .,..,.. 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MEMBERS Gerald Ashen Al Kemp Adrian Bush Joe Mach Richard Cool: John Cummings Rohert Devvitt Robert Elliott Page Ericlcson A George Evinger Dave Dunsing William Gasser Rohert Gieclc Sidney Glassman Richard Cientry Larry Goldstein 'Donald Holden- Henry Holderman Byron Hutchison John Jacoloes Kenneth Keeting Leonard Marks Bernie Melia William Maddix Charles Middleton Robert Mitchum Al Oerring Rolaert Parelman Stanley Parks Kenneth Porter Kenneth Rock John Rindina Jack Schaaf J. D. Stein John Stewart Ralph Stewart' Eugene StephCnS Leroy Weeks E 1 W, Y, xt f1Wf 1, W 5 ,, ' M ' ff f ,, ,y , ff!! 2 ff ,,ff"!, VW ff 7' W, W, Lf My W Wm, NWA- ., ,G W ww ....- ' :.:iF3"- , MMM, ,V W ff w f w f ,MWNW xW ff ' ff I 27 ' I L-gm., ,F-.vpv . .... . WL., , H' 'Sgr P mu- ' +,f ,A W9 'llwl .-in x ,...+....,,- -- -..-- N.: ,. f. f-.,..,... .-...' .. -..A ,. - : V , - , , . ..- Ms., -- -V. ..-115, gf- A ..-. .,-x.m..- .-..-4 .1 r f -, ll' Lv' irlc, tlle airs . . . y . . . popula- o as to if peo- Epsilon L Dirlfs Jntentment. K . Top Row: Robert Broolcing. James Claxtonflaclc Davidson, Dallas Hamilton, Leon Hills. Max McCann, Joe Mach, Robert Pollac. Second Row: Jolln Renclina. Dirlc MEMBERS Peter Berger Robert Broolcing James Claxton Jack Davidson Dallas Hamilton Leon C. Hills John Kiefer Davicl Landrum Max McCann Tousley. Z' tlle B encl S liour Joe Mach Robert Pollaclc Jolxn Renclina Felix Romeu Francis Uslmer G bl lwi A , 'Huw ,1 5 " aL! ,lm t 1 it 1, l 'fl ,, l " ,, I N i I, , , 1 ' ' iylf i null, w ll? W iii I If ,Q r Ill Is, i 1 l, 5 , w l ,E w f', at gf li N W li M l Mi ,, X, 1, i ill l 'vii V ii, i y,. lui I fl' f W3 l 4 lIl:l rw a N, ixil w aw!!! l, f mr The TKNS: i 1 my , , i Put their candidate for Community Chest Queen , Lg 3 , t hody else . . . i t' i on the throne hy collecting more money than any- ? - W ,.W,,,.4 Roy Grant, Dale Jones, Melvin Bishop. TA KAPPA MEL BISHQP Are sure Paul Davis tallrs in his sleep . . . lst sern, President Crowned Diane Howell Sweetheart of their Christmas dance . . . Always get their copies of the U-News since Mel DALE JONES Ist Sgyn, Vice Prggidgnt Bishop is circulation manager . . . Sponsored the annual St. Patricles Day dance . . . Have a new hophy to shine since they won the DALE JONES 2nd sem, President Bum Friday Song Contest for the fourth consecu- tive year and get to lceep the cup . . . ROY GRANT Occasionally let co-eds see Most Fascinating Man 2nd sem, Vice President candidates Dale Jones and Roy Grant . . . Heartily commend themselves for the line joh they did decorating for the Kangaroo Hop under dec- orations chairman Dale Jones . . . At last got representation on the Student Council in the person ol Lloyd Brown . . . ECONOMIZE . . . hy renting out Bill Kelly as a psychoanalyst to anyhody who wants him . . . p Entertain orphans every Christmas . . . T 'E Some TKNs just couldn't malie up their minds. Dale Jones toolc the song cup for keeps. Showalter and Betty Mitchell a la carte. gf ri Top CGPP1 Holt. MCCI WS W 4,0 N9 KHHGFIRUU ni is X xs- 2 are their re Mel CC... Jn the nsecu- 5 Man h they r dec- ouncil f as a la carte. Qs Top Row: William Ayimer, Melvin Bishop. Don Brown, Lloyd Brown, Rohert Capper, Paul Davis, John Eastham, Don Forsythe. Second Row: Roy Grant, Vernon Holt, Robert Holtzen, Henry Jackson, Dale Jones. Vviiiiam Kelly, Gene Keisay, Daniel McCue. Third Row: Mel Meyer, Paul Nielsen, Reed Rings, Rudy Rucheil, Herschel Stroud, Arnold Thomas. MEMBERS William Aylmer Henry Jackson Melvin Bishop - Dale Jones Donald Brown Lloyd Brown Rohert Capper Donald Clay Paul Davis John Eastham Chuck Fleming Donald Forsythe Donald Francis Chuck Heyings Vernon Holt Rohert Holtzen William Kelly Gene Kelsay Ned Lindscott Dan McCue Melvin Meyer Paul Nielsen Reed Rings Rudy Ruechel Rollie Showalter Herschel Stroud Arnold Thomas top Bum Friday songsters m"""21n 91 Mari ' f' ,H ' ' zfyfl-3'A Melvin Bishop Harold Brown Dale Bryan Thomas Carpenter Charles Denny Seth Gatchell Charles Gatschet Roy Grant Richard Helms Jaclc Herriman Henry .iaclcson Jay Jolly Gene Kelsay MEMBERS James A. King Chai Sin Lee Lewis Long John Qesterle James Palmesino Vvillis Pettegrew Albert Pitts Vvilliam Potter Marvin Lee Rhyerd James Soetaert Max Steele Donald Trout Rohert Tindall Gerald KCHIHCT PHI MU MPHA Sl F0 I PHI MU Alpha Sinfonia was founded at the New Eng- land Conservatory, Boston, Massachusetts, in 1898 and now has one hundred and seventeen active chapters in .colleges and universities all over the country. Epsilon Mu, the University of Kansas City chapter, was found- ed in February, 1950. The purpose of the fraternity is to advance the cause of music in America, to foster the mutual welfare and brotherhood of students of music. to develop the truest fraternal spirit among its members and to encourage loyalty to the alma mater. These pur- poses are heing realized in a variety of ways. In ad- vancing the cause of music in America, the fraternity encourages composition. of new worlcs, performance of the best music composed here and abroad and intelli- gent listening to the hest in music. Top Row: Melvin Bishop. Tom Carpenter, Charles Dering, Seth Gatchell, Roy Grant, Richard Heins. Second Row: Henry Jaclcson. Jay Jolly, Gene Kelsay, Gerald Kemner. James King, Lewis Long. Third Row: John Osterle. James Palmesino, Albert Pitts, Mawin Ryherd, James William Soetaert, Max Steele. -a .04 92 Haze Euni Patri Rutl Mar: Carc Ardi Ada Laur Paul Beve Mari Betty Sara Bettj Rebf Siem wom class Mus insta Feb: taler I' ino rew er ,hyerd rt r ll :miners se pur- In ad- ternity nce of intelli- MEMBERS Hazel Bain Eunice Balcer Patricia Bass Ruth Blalce Margaret Broderson Carolyn Brott Ardis Brown Ada Carney Laura Lee Culabison Pauline Deniston Beverly. Dunlap Mary Economy Marion Gerber Betty Gredell Sarah Hennessy Betty Wise Herrick Jane lngels Excie Jones Martha Ludwig Keys Shirley Kilmer Lucille Esgar Lea Barbara Norman Darlene Pennell Margaret Rogers Edythe Sandercoclc Marilyn Settle Jean Smith Margery Springer Joann Stegman Pauline Turner Mildred Ulmer Emogene White Rebecca Hurst SIGM SIGMA ALPHA Iota, professional music fraternity for women, was founded June 12, 1903, by seven upper class and graduate students at the University' School of Music, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Iota Sigma chapter was installed on the University of Kansas City campus in February of 1946. It Builds its membership from talented students who show excellence in scholarship -- .-,-, ' .,ri 1. ...s. Q- . .... 1 - 1 . 1: . '1 'f-' - "1 . ' 31'-fr:.:...f ALPHA IOI and who are vitally interested in maintaining the high- est ideals of music education and professional advance- ment, as well as professional musicians, selecting as patronesses women who are especially interested in college and university women and who are promoters of music activities in their communities. Top Row: Charlotte Avey, Hazel Bain, Eunice Baker. Patricia Bass, Ruth Blake. Nlargaret Broderson, Ardis Brown. Second Row: 'Ada Carney. Laura Lee Cuhhison, Betty Gredell, Sarah Hennessey, Jane ingels, Exie Jonesl Shirley Kelmer. Third Row: Darlene'Pennell, Margaret Rogers, Edytlme Sandercoclc, Mila Jean Smith. Margery Springer, Pauline Turner, Emogene White. fm - is 'QS' 'Qui I , . , . . W, , ,ff ,f f,--ff'--xv: fffwf M 4 r ' . if if ' M f ZW? 1 fr i as New r M fm as f , . Z .. hr My My 93 l A ., ,. - . 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Ciiariotte Avey iViary Pat Brown Betty Eyies Nancy German Gertrucie Rumpi Haiipap Nancy German Betty Propst Lorraine Cooic Rogers Niargaret Rogers iViargery Springer Kay Starnes President BEVERLY ARENS Secretary-Treasurer CAP AND GOWN Society is aniionorary organization composeci of time tweive iiigiiest-ranifing senior women. Eacii spring, time group ciiooses tiie tweive iiigiiest-ranicing junior women to become memioers, and tiiey enter tide organizatian at a iormai initiatory ciinner. Cap anti Gown is aiso a service organization, sponsoring suciw projects as ciec- oration oi tiie Stucient Union inuiiciing at Ciiristmas, a Smarty Party given eacii spring for aii women wiio macie 2.0 grade averages tiie pre- ceciing semester, proviciing time new junior members to serve at time annuai Senior Tea anci to usiier at graciuation exercises. in aciciition, time organization unciertaices extra projects in time form of giving parties at Cilristmas for orpiians anci serving at speciai events sucii as time Aiy Kaim visit. Tiwis year as a speciai project Cap anci Gown spon- I ' t time campus oi a Joiin Robert Powers mociei, ixiiss soreci t ie coming o iViae irene Hanna, wiio spoice on various aspects oi gooci grooming. Niiss Jean Ciiristensen, counseiior of women, is sponsor oi tire organ- ization. 95 x , ', 4 f f c " . . W. f T 'A x J ki Ziff fix 2 xx, "1 ill A . fi '26 t , inf' "" Pd " N' if QW , Q Qfc. aa, xv x xx' if 'Q x 4 wb XX .uw i W ff ,fo in-... I , 917 if X I., f,.' 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TANNER THOMAS J. ALLEN ...................... , Kansas City, Missouri ALVIN RAYMOND ANDERSON ...... Kansas City, Missouri EDWIN BARNTHOUSE .................. Kansas City, Nlissouri CHARLES FRANK BEASLEY ........ Kansas City, Nlissouri HORACE MATTHEW BILLS ..,....... Kansas City, Missouri J. W. BLACKFORD ...................... Smithville, Missouri ROY W. BROWN .......................... Kansas City, Missouri FREDERICK JACK BURRESS .......... Kansas City, Missouri JAMES PATRICK CASHIN ............ Kansas City, Kansas JOSEPH S. CHARTRAND .............. Kansas City, Nlissouri DAVID HAMILTON CLARK .......... Kansas City, Nlissouri CHARLES N. COMPTON ..I...,,,,,,,, Kansas City, Nlissouri ROBERT JOSEPH CONCANNON .... Kansas City, Missoun CHARLES L. CRAMER ,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Independence, Nlissouri JOHN CLARK DUNLOP ...,....,,.,.,,. Kansas City, Missouri CHARLES FULLER ........................ Kansas City, Kansas ROBERT GALVIN ...............,.......... Fort Scott, Kansas WILLIAM FOULFES CJILLES ........ Kansas City, Missouri NORMAN NEAL HAYNES ............ Kansas City, Missouri PHILIP JOSEPH HOLTC-RAVES ...... Kansas City, Nlissouri LAWRENCE R. JABEN ...,.,,....,,,.,.. Kansas City, Missoun IRA A. JONES ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kansas City, Missoiiri STANFORD M. KATZ ...,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Kansas City, iwissouri BRUCE R. LANDIS ,.,,,L,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Inciepenctence, iwissouri TED V. IVICCUIRE ..,,.,,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,, Kansas City, Kansas JAM FLC D01 J.N All MEI COI- VER Ros HAR JAY JULI SAM RAY CHA HER ALII ROBI ANT Rom 'Iissouri IN ...... flissouri flissouri I 'Iissouri 'Iissouri ELQQLQLH EQQQQQLH QQQQLQLH 'ISJIIQQS ffissouri Vlissouri Vlissouri JON .... Vlissouri Vlissouri Vlissouri , Kansas I Kansas ZS ........ Vlissouri Missouri 'ES ..... - Nlissouri Nlissouri IQIQQQQQH IQiigQLLL.fi IQQQQLQLH I, Kansas JANIES A. JVIAUER JR ......v............ Kansas City, Missouri FLOYD J. JVJAYNARD ......,............. Qveriancl Park, Kansas DQNALD JVIILLER .................... Kansas City, Missouri J, WHITFIELD MOODY .,.............. Pattonsiaurg, Missouri ALX'ERTA DORIS NIEDENS ,.......,. Diginton, Kansas MERWIN WALLACE PEAKE ........ Kansas City, Missoiiri CONRAD Q. PUGH ....................., Van Buren, Arkansas VERLYN REESE ............................ Independence, Missouri ROSEMARY ROBERTS .................... Kansas City, Missouri HAROLD E. ROGERS .................... Kansas City, Missouri JAY MACEY ROSENBLUM ............ Kansas City, Missouri JULIA SIMRALL ..Liinerty, Missouri SAMUEL CHARLES SHERWOOD .... Excelsior Springs,-Missouri RAY S. SIGC-INS .......................... Kansas City, Missouri CHARLES H. SLOAN .................... Kansas City, Nlissouri HENRY TAGER ...........,...........,...,,, Kansas City, Missouri ALICE J. TANNER ........................ Kansas City, Missouri ROBERT TAYLOR .......................... Kansas City, Missouri ANTHONY S. THOMAS ................ Kansas City, Missouri ROBERT UPI' ................................ Lee's Summit, Missouri r e m e m b e Rr ,.g..,.., vm wQnvw-- O rlng stuciying for the Bar. Ann, vw , ld 5 vi' QL' LEO HOWARD WHINERY ............ fy , I Kansas City, Missouri EDGAR S. WILSON ...................... Kansas City, Missouri HW UNIURS JAMES CLYDE ALEXANDER LEONARD F. BANOWETZ JAMES N. CAMERON EDWARD L. CAMPBELL JR. RODNEY E. COOK MORRIS DEWAYNE DUNCAN MILTON B. EDBTONSON BERNARD EVELOFF DONALD FITZHUGH WILLIAM C. CJLOVER EARL A. CIREENMAN ELMO M. HARGRAVE HOLLIS N. HARTLEY HAROLD L. HOLLIDAY FRANK KENNETH KYLE ROBERT DON LOUOHBOM CARROLL MCCUE NILE CIREC-OR PETERSON LEWIS FRANCIS RANDOLF JR. I ROBERT J. SANDERS AUSTIN B. SPEERS C. J. TAYLOR JR. WIN THURMAN CLYDE DAVID WHIPPLE RICHARD LEE XVHITE Nc HI FL JA1 JO: CII W KE Nc HA CL SAL JAI L01 DO CI EL JU W AI W R l. IAN IM NORMAN BESHEER HENRY W. BLUE JR. FLOYD L. BRYAN JAMES JOSEPH CRISP JOHN J. CUMMINGS GENE ALLEN DELEVE WARREN ALLEN DONALDSON KENNETH J. ELLIN NORMAN REED FISH JR. HAROLD FRIEDMAN CHARLES CLAYTON GARDNER SAMUEL G. HOPKINS JAMES P. JOURAS I.40Ulg LOMBARDO DONOVAN O. MCATEE CHARLES A. MEEKER EUAL MOTTER JUNE I. NEWBERRY WILLIAM STOWER ALLAN LEWIS THORNBURG W. E. WINBIGLER 7570 . f" SS , A ..,.. -. 7 W" """ Y I f , x 'f ff . , 'D' in f A ff SQA. Q ' H S 2 IAQ ff Q D m m 1 . S W1 is f W --as ' . Sf ff, .. gif, 4,11 my R in IN N i LF JR. 'LE PRES HME I 'A . .mmf s.,,AN'S X to cut or not to cut x I, -f,, A "Qs, Xxx L . V-3 I -wnaf,-A . 5 ll5 LEO H. WHINERY HENRY TAGER Editor-in-Chief Busines THE UNIVERSITY of Kansas City Law Review, devoted to authoritative discussions of important topics in the Law and related fields, is published by the students of the School of Law under the supervision of the faculty. Membership on the staff is open to those upperciassmen who have established an acceptable academic record, proficiency in iegai research and literary abilities. The students contribu- tion to the Law Review fulfills an important place in his iegai training, and those qualified are therefore urged to participate, not only through the submission of manuscripts, but by taking an active part in other phases of its publication. In addition to the two regular issues published annually, a Symposium Issue was pub- lished this year in conjunction with the Administrative Law Committee of the Mis- souri Bar on Administrative Agencies in Missouri. Special recognition should be given to J. W. Moody and J. W. Blackford, senior law students, who made a very extensive survey of Missouri Administrative Agencies and reported their findings in this issue. With the closing of the nineteenth year of service to the legal pro- fession, the Law Review staff wishes to express its sincere appreciation to those persons who have made possibie a very successful year of Law Review publication. CT' WILLIAM F. GILLES Book Review Editor, lst and 2nd semester X LEONARD BANOWETZ Recent Decisions 2nd semester ASSOCIATE Emrons Comments, 2nd semester STAN W. BRIDGMAN Comments. lst semester First semester J. W. Moorw Recent Decisions. lst semester Research Editor. Special Edition J. W. BI.AcKr-'ono Research Editor. Special Edition s Manager HRX nw f wi ,f 5 I 1 I 1 I WMV, f 1 ff Monroe Talialerro, Associate Editor and U-News reporter, spent Associate Editor and Business Manager Leonard Banowetz was a good deal of time gathering up loose ends and checlcing data. often cautioned that it was not good for him to worlc so hard. X, Editor Rosemary Roberts got to worlc on last-minute copy. H6 PA DEX THE PANDEX, formerly a publication of the Kansas City School of Law, has a tradition of service to the students of the school originating in 1909. Through the years, the Pandex has recorded the activities of law students in and around Kansas Citylrom gen- eration to generation, and this year, l950-51, is an- other linlc in the chain of memories. Through the worlc of the students and the cooperation of the faculty, you will find recorded herein as complete as possihle a picture ol the high spots ol this academic year. l wish to join my stall in thanking those who have helped us Complete another record of student life and activity and express our hope that you will find it pleasing to loolc haclc upon in future years. ROSEMARY ROBERTS Editor, Panclex Chief photographer Diclc Vvhite finally moved into the darkroom. g xt -5. T .5 f ,X . J - l Jiliilllllil lill mm? 1 , 9'--.,'-'I--,JI-La, 'ri-fSKEf?fj3-TEQFigizfjf7315535F-f'4"w1 "lx M' " :' ,1 falgnfii' A" ' l i 1 f 242635737 1 f ,Y i, rf- , v,- ff if" Q' Y- ff , f ,W 4 11 wwf? lg, 4, , Vw' W,- ' , ff, I f ,Maw I VWQQ , , v wma.. --.,. 'Vik' ',, ""' " ...I NX X vw Q. 7 'X iz - X , . ax M 1 Q 'vm kip. bgfmg Q x .LL auxin 'mf ,,,,.vv 5: X 4 vig f A 4,0 'wil '-...hh www aw n-v"""'w .4 im... t, w school 0 xkf I X 3741 4. Q XXX w legal i Earl Greenman. president of Legal Aicl So- ciety, anal lVlr. .latin Speca, faculty aclvisor. l i ,l la THE UNIVERSITY ot Kansas City School of Law is fulfilling its social ancl moral obligation to tlme community loy provicling free legal assistance to tlme citizens ot this city wluo are financially unable to secure tlme services of an attorney. This clinic is statlecl lay junior and senior law stuclents WIIO are uncler strict supervision at all times by the faculty of the scliool and by certain memlaers of tlie Kansas City Bar Association, wlwo act as attor- neys of recorcl in all cases wliicli require court action ancl wlmo serve in an aclvisory capacity at all times during the course of any case acceptecl. It is not ttme purpose of tliis clinic to talce tlie place of any Some members of time Legal Aid Clinic. , 2 '. aka!! att: attt Air pre wh the to: his x 3 4? S xx' Us X f 'MQ W J M -may 'f f, P f WY? . ,3g. VW, V Q M Q W M fmivrw- fn 1 -Q 3, 6 , WX i J 2 f X f X f ZW W W-W Wy W W WWW W WW W WW WW W WW W I W WWW WW WW ,'W WW QW WW WW WWW WWW W W, ,WW W WIW W. 'WI WW WWW WW WW lWW 'W XW WW N MW WW EWT WW i . ,W, WW. W W gi -W W W WW WWW WWW WWW WWW WWW W WWW, WWW, , 'WWW WWW WWW MW Wg: ,WWW Wil 'WWW ,WWW WWW WWW W W 1W :W W W WW 'WW W WWW WW WWW WWW WI WW WW YW W ,W 'W WW WW W W W W W W W , W W WW ,W W W W W W W W W W W WW W W W W .Q W WW ,WW WW, ,J W W W 'WW W-W W, W W ,W WW WW ., W HL! '-- "ef OS.: NORMAN N. HAYN ES l 1 K: 1. at Dean ' ROBERT DAVIDSON Vice Dean 5 ANTHONY J. THOMAS if 'E Ziii Tribune J . THOMAS MORAN q 4 Clerlz of the Rolls DEH THETA PHI DELTA THETA Phi Law fraternity was founded September 26, 1915, when three separate legal fraternities decided to combine. A Greek letter was included from eachiconstituent fraternity to form the present name of Delta Theta Phi. When the national fraternity was formed in 1915 the local Delta Theta Phi petitioned for membership and hecame Snyder Senate of the national organization in March of 1915. Snyder Senate has heen active in hoth the old Kansas City School of Law and the University of Kansas City School of Law except for a short period during World War H. Delta Theta Phi is one of the largest nationally recognized legal fraternities, having recently initiated its 5o,oo0rh memher at Dulce University. Delta Theta Phi joins the rest of the University in congratulating the University on the new Law building. It is our fraternal hope that the Law School as well as Delta Theta Phi will grow and prosper in this shrine of learning. Top Row: Thomas J. Allen, Charles Franlc Beasley. Clarence Belsey, Joseph S. Chartrand, James Cashin. Charles L. Cramer. Second Row: Warren Allen Donald- son, Norman Neal Haynes, Philip Joseph Holtgraves. Bruce R. Landis. James Mauer. l Floyd J. Maynard, R. L. Siggins. 124 sl K' , V' f W 4 9 ,f ff, Jgafg ff K ' O 1 4' Z 2 W I f H-" 3 iii ' ff X e New f, ROSEMARY ROBERTS MARY GRUBBS Recording Secretary JULIA SIMRALL JUNE AUSTIN Dean av' Vice Dean CIIGNCGIIOF KAPP BET PI KAPPA BETA Pi has the distinction of being the Worlds first legal sorority for women. It was founded at Chicago Kent College of Law in 1908. Today, KBP has grown to an organization of more than fifty active chapters over the United States. Re- cently, KPB has become a world-wide organization, establishing chapters in Cana- da, England, France and China. Charters are issued exclusively to schools ap- proved by the American Bar Association and the American Association of Law Schools. KBP is affiliated with the Inter-American Bar Association and is a member of the Professional Panhellenic Association. Theta chapter was installed at the University of Kansas City School of Law in 1917. Since that time over ninety women have been initiated into the local chapter. Theta sponsors a loan fund for deserving women students and also has an extensive loan library. The local chapter boasts this year of having one of its members, Fairlee Tegarden, elected Grand Dean of the Grand Chapter of KBP. Another local member, Florence Middlecamp, is the current president of the Kansas City VVomen's Bar Association. Front Row: Mary Grublas. Genevieve Charmley, June Austin, Lenore Simpson Back Row: Helene Keck, Shirley Charmley. Hermia Rohroclc. Florence Middlelramp N BOB SANDERS an AA's 'V "ff "4. V' Iustice ' HOLLIS HARTLEY A Vice Iustice p ' j .j H. M. TOLLIAFERRO 5 'ZI' fi Vizlvinlvnvi Clerk 'ft ' f Boa SPEERS Treasurer PHI LPHA DEH PHI ALPHA Delta, ,professional law fraternity, was organizecl in 1898 in Cliicago. Illinois. In 1907, Samuel A. Dew and James A. Broaclclus, botli presently judges of tlie Kansas City Court of Appeals. ancl James P. Aylward'-'later to become Supreme Justice of tlle National Fraternity'-joinecl with otller students in tlie Kansas City Sclnool of Law in securing tlie cliarter of Tlmomas Hart Benton cllapter --the eleventll chapter cllarterecl by PAD. ln the fifty-tbree years that have fol- lowecl tbe founding of PAD, seventy cbapters have been established in every major law scliool in tbe Unitecl States and its possessions. Membership in PAD is for life, ancl the twenty tliousancl active alumni members occupy positions of lliglm lionor and trust in American business and government. Five of tlie present justices of tlle United States Supreme Court are members of PAD, ancl tlie brotliers of Benton cliapter note with pricle tliat President Harry S. Truman is analumnus of tllis cliapter. A Top Row: Stanley Bridgman, Roy VV. Brown, James J. Crisp. Don Fitzlmuglx. Earl Greenman. Hollis Hartley. Second Row: Samuel G. Hopkins, Ira Jones. James Jouras, Kennetll Kyle, Donovan O. McAtee. Charles Meeker. Third Row: Merwin Peake, Robert Sanders. Austin B. Speers, Henry Tager. C. J. Taylor, Frecl Wells, Leo Xvlxinery. ALICE JEANNE TANNER , ' High Priestess V IDA TURNER Priestess SYLVIA COPAKEN Registrar BETTYE HYNSON Q, hi Chancellor ue? - 1. PHI DHI DELI NEARING ITS fortiettl anniversary, Phi DeIta DeIta, women's professionaI IegaI fra- ternity, bas become international in scope and now incIucIes active chapters in Ieading Iaw scI'1ooIs in this country, associate chapters abroad and aIumnae associa- tions. Phi DeIta DeIta is tI1e outgrowtb of a meeting of five women Iaw students at tbe University of Southern CaIifornia in November, 1911. Psi chapter of Pbi Delta DeIta was organized in May of 1925 at tbe Kansas City ScI1ooI of Law wI1icI1 is now affiIiatecI witI1 the University of Kansas City as time ScI1ooI of Law. Activities of time IocaI cbapter incIucIe tile eIection of AIice Tanner to VVI1o's Who in American CoIIeges ancI Universities. Ida Turner and VerIyn Reese successfuIIy passed the February, 1951, IVIissouri Bar Association examination, and Alverta Niedens was eIectecI to tI1e office of treasurer of tI1e Law Students' Association. At tbe Spring eIections, Virginia I'IugI1es was eIeCtecI to tbe Board of Governors of tI1e re-organizeci Student Bar Association and bas been appointed secretary of the group. Front Row: Virginia Hughes, Verlyn Reese, Bettye Hynson, AIverta Niedens, Gladys Hodglcinson. Alice Jeanne Tanner. Back Row: HeIen Dunlap, Mabel Fitch, Trudie Mccampbell, Jo Zelma Taylor. Blanche Prichard, Tiera Lester, Ima Goebring, Dorothy Farclon. Edna BurneII, LuIu Short. Bemmiine I.JeBretI1on. MORRIS D, DUNCAN . A- ..g.l Magister .f D. C. RICHARDS ' Exchequer ff Ziiizvilinq C erle U ' tiii I ' LEONARD BANOWETZ "5f"i':.:1 Historian SHORTLY AFTER the war hetween the States and ten years loefore the formation of the American Bar Association. the International Legal Fraternity of Phi Delta Phi was founded, becoming the first professional legal fraternity in America, This or- ganization was formally perfected in 18693 and in its eighty-two years of existence, the fraternity has issued over seventy-five charters to Inns at all important law schools. Powell Inn, the local chapter, received its charter in 1942, becoming the sixty-eighth member of the organization. Un the campus, Powell Inn has main- tained its standards of devotion to the promotion of higher standards of leadership and professional ethics. The memhers of the Inn were active in every function of the Law School.-the Law Review, Moot Court, Legal Aid Clinic, Pandex, LSA, and intramurals. In addition. the Inn now offers special review sessions in all fresh- man courses to all members of the freshman class. Top Row: Norman Besheer, Horace M. Bills, J. W. Blackford. David Hamilton Clarlc. Robert Joseph Concannon. John Cummings. Second Row: Milton B. Edmon- son, Norman Reed Fish, Charles Fuller. William C. Glover, Schubert D. Henry. Ted V. McGuire. Third Row: J. W. Moody, Nile Gregor Peterson. Lewis Francis Randolph, Harold Rogers, Samuel Charles Sherwood, Charles Sloan. Robert Taylor. Mesw ,::.,.,, , , A X X ' mM1lfKW:-,J ' . , is t j- 1,wf,,..-551 , Q 4 W7' f N R ' -f , f 2 of . 1 , 1 ' f 74 ,V , ' ' Q - 4 4 ' 3 A xl 301 'Q l it f f 7 V, f P hi at4 we .... ,.,, . Hx, Top: Law sluclvnjs 121140 a f'X'I2lIlf'O on IXXX- rnfvlvrin f'0"Ff'I'. XVvlI? Miflfllrfx L00 VX'X1inr-ry prcsf-nts XX10 XVXOUI Court pXnqurf to XXXO Dc-Zan. X Bollrun: ln X'1c'tNu'f'n r'Xasscs and ruls, Xauyvrs took limo I0 pnrly. 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P In M 1 25,434 4. - I 'I , .....-- X , 1 we V , .Il ..,.. 4 iw M' ill W- , fx fx xx' ' ,x . X ,Z fs ,,,,..-- YL., 4. WA, I-I A X , j xg ' V, --'f , V X -,..- sa. I, - 'fn' ,.- X n Q ...- ,.,-,.,. Wig A I -,,-'- 4. F, Q 'N ' ,' 1 V . Y , v ,, .--11' " Nr., x ,- ns 1 I ...mg r 1 1 H" ' Co-Editors , Bill NURRID sunny mx IC TIO ,, X DR. WILLARD M. HOEHN It is Seldom that W6 find in 0116 mah So many outstanding sciioiastic and personai traits as tiwose embodied in Dr. Vviiiard Hoeiwn. Dr. Hoeiwn ilas time and time again impressed upon us iiis sincerity and good Wiii, iaotii tiwrougii his efforts as a teaciuer to instiii in us some idea of time importance of time tasic Wiiici1 we as pilarmacists iiave undertaicen and through iwis efforts as a friend to advise -and criticize-us not oniy as students but as young people witim reai proiaiems to Wiiicii ire couid oiten offer soiutions. For tiwe iast tiiree years, iwe has woriced cioseiy Witil our student imrancim of tiie American Piiarmaceuticai Association as iacuity advisor, and to aii wiio icnow him as imotii an instructor and a friend, iwe stands as a soiid iinic between tire ciassroom and the world beyond. Tiiereiore, it is with sincere iiearts and great pieas- ure tiiat we proudly dedicate this 1951 Mortar to Dr. Vviiiard iVi.i'ioei1n. fik 'Km DR. T. T. DITTRICH Dr. Dittrich was horn, reared and educated in Baitimore, Maryiand. He attended the University of 1V1ary1and where he received a PBG in 1933, a BS in 1934 and a PhD in 1942. Prior to his appointment to the Pharmacy school here, Dr. Dittrich was an instructor at the University of 1V1ary1and from 1934 untii 1942. He then taught at Loyola University of the South untii 1943 when he came to the University of Kansas City as Dean of the Schooi of Pharmacy. His first ciass numhered thirteen studentsg in 1951 the numher has increased to 235. Dr. Dittrich has dispiayed the true spirit of his academic position in scholarship, the quaiities of ieadership in his understanding and unending effort to help his students. Dr. Dittrichys woric in the professionai fieid is never done'-his aid in training the youth of our nation is irrepiaceaioie. 1n Dr. Dittrich is the power of ieadership, the insight into youth and the undying enthusiasm to raise his school to ever-higher ieveis. To his students Dr. Dittrich represents the ideai of personai achievement and to his coiieagues he represents the height of his profession. DEAN DIITRICH XMILLARD M. HOEHN Pharmaceutical Chemistry ANNA H. KOFFLER Pharmacy LEO J. NICMAHON Drug Store Nlanagement .W 4 ., ,Aj 4, 1 A I l V 'gp 9, ,, .st kv, I Q EX f fl? ,w , ,M 9 NN SX ' A 1' W' 'U v ' - h p: ,. 0 f V -, ,Q 4 0 U 4 Y X ! K Q C, x S , Qi 0 gif. 'Y 1 v lSAY Y .w, J R. s D U , f us , J' s WHO'S WHO PH RM CY OTHMER C. CHAPMAN ' JOHN J. K1.o'rz HAROLD P. MAGEE Q-nw SE l0RS ',,' Y Assy., senior lifesavers DAVID BARNES .......... Tulsa, Okla. FREAS WILLIAM BRITTINGHAM.. ITICIQDQHJGTICG, MO. K OTHMER CHARLES CHAPMAN.. Kansas City, Mo. DAVID T. CHUN .......................... Honolulu, Hawaii DONALD R. COOLEY .................... Mansfield, Mo. GARLAN E. DONALDSON ............ Carrollton, Mo. JOSEPH ANTHONY GLENSKI ...... St. Iosepli, Mo. MARTHA VIRGINIA HARTWELL .... Kansas City, Mo. 1 EDU RICI RICI FRA ROI JAM AN,. 1, Mo. iawaii It,-RIO. fl., Mo H, Mo LL ..,. fy, MO. - f . Vw NN ' - X f f 4 AZ ,Y IRQ if , ,, , ,, R N .... I ' A X S shi vi ' W f Q ,R R X , ' 34 R is A fir, W' I 22 5 O R Y A ,J i X! Y R R X 5 R x Y A R af 1 . X N ' LX? A, imc. QS RK I , .KW , I x f4!A 'fi XML f iq Q if 'N A P 'O ' . A RW EDUARDO MARQUEZ .................... Kansas City, MO. RICHARD DALE MARTIN .............. Thayer, Mo. RICHARD T. MATTHEWS ............ Kansas City, Mo. FRANK B. MORRIS ...................... Irlflffpeflflffflcff, Mo ROBERT EMMETT MIJRRISSEY .... Kansas City, Mo JAMES MCCALLAN ...................... Kansas City, Mo. ww ' V, is wi 1 ,f .L f la-.qsuvra--.. R HOWARD LEON HOERATH ........,... Kansas City, Mo. LAWRENCE RICHARD JABENIS .... Kansas City, Mo. JOHN J. KLOTZ ............ Iopiin, Mo. JOHN DALE LILJESTRAND .......... Kansas City, Mo ROBERT T. LOGAN ...................... Kansas City, Mo HAROLD P. MAGEE ...................... Carrollton, Mo .f 4 ,WSW R f, if ff , K vjnfafrunw 1' Qs'- ffikwg 4 A 139 TW WI f K , 5 , X W s 'Q ' w 'I, . f 1 H il 1 5 ' I N 1, I , 5 ixx 'LQ ,li W W L' 1 ,' 13 MN w ,Li E rl Y R, - .. -..., ...-, ... -.,.1.,..-..-5, Y,,..-k- 4...,...,A V -..-. .uf -.. H .. ,.-..---ff'.f.W -,.,:-,,, ,:,.,., .-J... A--, M LY tn- fr- 1 n iv ', Mo. 'Y MO- ROY M. TAYLOR ........ Olathe, Kan. "ian, QQEMO. V' Iwo' THOMAS G. WIGGANS ................ y, Mo. Kansas City, Mo. ALBERT E. SHOUSE .................... Kansas City, Mo. GEORGE SOLAK ........ Coaldale, Pa. 4 o clock scholar QV ,VO JU IURS mf A 'f , ,' f,. .f . .f,,, , W? v4,x."S 5, S I In wg 11434. A, v Qin . 142 DOUGLAS ALEWEL BILLY M. BECK ROBERT IVAN BURKS DOYLE CHAUNCEY CONRAD WILLARD H. CONRAD LOYD EARL CRAIG JR. RAYMOND JACK DAVIDSON WILLIAM HARRELL DINWIDDIE IMOGENE ROSE DREHER HENRY F. EVANS ANTHONY F. FELEMONSKI EDWARD M. FRANKE JR. EWING M. GIBSON HAROLD GOODFRIEND DALLAS E. HAMILTON BOBBIE HARDWICK CURTIS GLENN HARKER 42 5 Qi? 1 Ny CHARLES HAYDEN fNS f XM Q27 ETHEL HEDGES if PAUL HENSHAW KIRK LEON C. HILLS JACK E. HOKE JEROME B. HOURIGAN BERNARD FENNO J AMISON DANIEL FRAZER KALLENBACH VINCENT N. KILKENNY GEORGE E. KIRK FRED T. MAHAFFEY TIMOTHY J. MAHONEY MOSES MELMED K. C. MEREDITH ZOLTON J. MIKOLIZA .Ill IURS EDXVARD A. MONACO A. ROLAND NIX WILLIAM E. NORRID JOHN SWENTHER OESTERLE ROBERT CURTIS REYNOLDS ALVIN RAY ROBINSON PATRICIA JO RUBELEE WILLIAM JOSEPH SALEEBY BARNEY CLARK SEYMOUR WALTER ZANE SHAPIRO CARL TIANI DENNIS C. TIPTON HORACE TRAPHAGAN JR. MARION TUTERAL BERNARD L. WELLING JR. JAMES VVISEWATE-R ROE ROI2 CLI CH KEI FRI HU NIA Cu DI HI LO Cf Ev RI VI ROBERT EUGENE ADAMS ROBERT LEE BEESON CLARENCE GLENN BEEZLEY CHARLES WILLIAM BEGGS KENNETH H. BERGMAN FRANK PAUL BISCEGLIA HUGH T. BRADSHER MAURICE J. BRANUM GEORGE E. DARVILLE JR. DAVID RAY DUENSING HAROLD L. ESRIG LOWELL GLENN EVANS CARL E. FRANCIS EVERETT FRANKLIN GREENE RICHARD HAYES XXAUGHN JAMES HEMRY JR. H0 0 RES 5 I I I I I I L N. if I X1 I . SOP I f' I I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I X M W ' Wm w -S f, -S vf, A I ' I .S V V U X I I '1QgI-M25 wx ,eff-Hfggmqt ,y I r . ug X S I I QI fi' ,, A 1 'I si TN X x Eg 1 I Y I ff , , fav , I, ll -, fi ,I ' ' QW' I , I QB, I I A ww, I I! , I I I I, Ii 5 F2 'I li 1 WW 'YYY if ,,,f HOM0 RES Sw S ff, - ,fy if A , -5,1 9 X X M R, M I , K A . I ,X X fi RSI 5, V , ' f' f "'f'fz1pwg,g5sIk1' ' ' f T , 55412, , I A - Q ,',k Sk ' f L 3 I ' f , ,I I I fx I , I- W , N Q y ! f .M f S M X, ,f ff V I 2 Ogwzm.. 1 - I Q f hi x A 'W : - H ff ' In ' X ' 3 , xi X -, -f LR ' J ,jf 2-S O If x Q . fm A 146 WILLIAM MILTON HOLTRY ROBERT HOWERTON JOHN WILLIAM JAMISON STANLEY JOSEPH KLIMEK FRANK A. KOLKIN HERSCHEL KRAFT EVERETT OLIAN LAWRENCE GERALD J. LORENZ JOE HENRY MATTHEWS EDGAR L. MCCLEARY ROBERT VV. NORDYKE LOUIS ORLANDO HI ROBERT R. PETTEGREW JIM TOM PHELPS CHARLES ALBERT REINITZ DWAYNE MARTIN RIPPERGER JACK Rms MERLE J. RIPS NVILLIAM FRED 'ROBERTSON EDWARD ROSEN NAOKI SAKATA KENNETH EDGAR SEELY HAROLD VV. SHIPMAN HENRY R. STEINHAUS THOMAS EDXVARD STORM DONALD K. STOVER ARNOLD THOMAS ROBERT C. TURNER SAM EUGENE WEINER ERNEST WEINSTEIN ANDREW ARCHIE WOODY WILLIAM T. WORTH MDF' ,QW AQ? ,guwf-., hw! qqnwvwm wolf at work vm 'W' 3. 2 A Wg Q07 ,v ' wgvpyqzm f f --, M . 2 Q A A 147 i 1 w p V I 3 4 T v- - - - --W.-N-xx. .g 1,-.-...4.-1,f-uyv-,., gt Y U V it -V ,. , , - ,. -Mg '-- - fl-fr -7---1-F -ff.-aa,-.... .,:.,,i,:g.?. -,, ., ,-..q...x.-1-,.rf. --,.,.-- ..f,...-f-.A,mn.f-.Y-:.xxg,,4..-,s :4p.., ,-xv 1 v 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .,-rua,-v , M rm, M,-Y-,'J,g,,-,,,,. .,..,.,..,,,,,.,...Y..-.-.- vp--1 Q--V - f- ' ' .QAKJJLH ,zrzflf ,V--QV -..,,,...-.. .- V.,-W4 51,11-...-Q-Q-f-..,.1-- . -A 1 . my Z f X SWNWX gf I- + -. .A-V2 , , Q 4 u 'fi ,:....?fr2 4 e ,Q 1 5 -- ,ff 1 1' 1' 1. E! 'Z , , my 41s'1 '4 , .,. s ,. 3 'f , Q, U ., :gf gli ,b Q 1 , 1 Z f f f E . ff if X Xilsx ' W A f Olx X 1 Wy if 'Wa 5 Q4 f A kfffv WXWS XQX XMAS X fdgXf!X X7y7Qf MQW ka X , , fxdyffx XWQWQN A5757 1 X? f XZQE 4 f 'f f Xff , fy , 5, J Xia 15' 141, '92 X 5 1 4 .f y vw xx 0 2 X ugf- rf ,, .W . f - wx N X axis A xx 4, xx X W X? Q X X AN Q X G Q xXQfaNJbiQY 4 X56 A Zak V Q ff ,Sxvww W aw w-sw ,j ' S X3 1 H ,, '22 'Z ,. Q , f 2 X , Y f X f N' l f SX ,V , x I J , P L 1 , ec of x x fy V .X I 1 .I :.5......FA, THE 1951 REPURT THE STUDENT branch of the American Pharmaceutical Association, one of the largest organizations on campus, was established at the University ot Kansas City in the spring of 1945. its purpose is to foster the buildingof unity of pharmacists and pharmacy students in both worlc and recreation, to promote the health and prosperity of the communities in which our graduates and students worlc and to advance public relations on as well as off the campus. Under the leadership of Jaclc Magee, president: Fred Mahaffey, vice president, Dave Chun, treas- urerg Imogene Dreher, secretary, and Bill Norrid and Buddy Kirlc, Student Council representatives, APhA enjoyed a successful year. Late in September, new pharmacy students at the University were formally initiated as members of the student branch: and falling right in line at this time, the pharmacy football team made an excellent show- ing in the Independent League by winding up in second place. ' On October 27, pharmacy students put away their mortars and pestles and put on their party faces to attend the annual Halloween party in E. F. Swinney gymnasium. With George Solalc as master of ceremonies and the assistance of a fine combo, the party was written up as a success. Social life put aside for a while and thoughts running a little more along a professional line, students attended the seventh annual Pharmacy Seminar on November I6 and received new insights into the field of antibiotics and drug store management. , November 20-22 brought the McKesson Sales Promotion course to the campus, and students attended regular classes for three days. talcing tests at the end of each day. Thanksgiving holidays seemed short, as did the three weelcs of school which followed before Christmas vacation. Contributing to the rapidity with which this time passed was the annual Christmas Dance, which was held this year in the main ballroom of the Hotel President. , i Following Christmas vacation, came final exams and a lot of dazed students. The next party held was the Spring Party in May, given in honor of the graduating students and their wives, if they have them. After this event, students again started hustling to prepare for second semester finals, and at last school was over. An- other year finished. ' 151 MENS I x , ,wwf AI ,,,,,,...-----f f i J' W t E 4 .. j 1 MC i I l V 1 . Wx 5' 54 :.......,,U ...C M.,-,... .- .,--.k.,-.f.-fa.-1,Q-a.4q4..4, L.- . '..., ,K V . I ,Rua ,,-Wann. -+Q..L..,- xc Q P . VH ,Q , X Z Q S . ,mf Aww' ff- --.f..,--1 1 fy f X .. ,ij gaff a WM x QW ....-.pg-... :,,,:,,,x ,,g. ,.-...L....,1 - .2--bs: A? 4kV"' Q Hin if f u f , S w ff 'fx qw, 2 ' ,:. , .9 Z 5 I ,Q 2 . Xa? 42, Wu .43-M44 rr' 'sci-4-za .ffm ' , -.Y--.::.,.a..L,,-4: - -1335... .+---,K.,,,- . A .., ..,..1. . Top: The guide, Bill Dinwiddic. Harold Roper, Loyd Craig. Hal Goodlricnd and lxfloses Melmcd considered taldng over tlnc plate. Middle: Goodlriend didn't lcnow what to malce ol tlxe displays. Bottom: Leo lwclvlallon, T. T. Dittricln. Howard Stephenson, Franlc Butler and Ralph Perlcins stayed to tallc awlnile after dinner. Pharmac Students Visity Ind .f J, . W ' 25' F4 ' 4 Q Pm uungg. lal X Jerry Pollalc watclled Kenny Hester and Robert Burlcs as they announced that they lxacl won tllree rulales in the bridge game. an l , , - -'naman f , .1'iu.4"-' , . -' ' A l A H -- . . ., ':....,...,.,. ..A. , .,.- -. ,,.f7?,,.,.,,.,..:.., n...,. ,.N.,,.-..:- ,,b.,,:f -Mlm.. ,H..,-M.. . ,QM , TA, ,,,,, ,,,,,. ,., i,,.v,,,,,,,,,,, 5-F.,.x :pw ,fix W "ml 0 9 Q-QI' 4 'Z V f" xv' 4.....-...,- ,4- 'W ,wg 'vw WN 'Cs' ,' f E Q1 AS Abe-vw-9Q.q,n-.. ..- W wiv,-xv-ff-v..,, T . . 4-,N -1 ,-,Q-1:.,..q.-3.3. Aga...-f-'zv-H--s--:511-I--:,:::f -f-1-:gf-1--Fw-ff-,-' 1-- +A: -,-if'-r -1.--v---4 , , VJ, f I I l glll ll ll I E 'Tw A-ni' ll ll f,-Av,6y3,,r- i H I Y v V 1 4 -'Q N I Y. i --M-?.-i-2.2..f..:,.v,v,-.-.ff-...-r .nb f ,,,,,,,,,,,-A ,,.........:-V,a..f.-:fy 1-az-gf-f-F 4-, . f-' 7" Q3-,-.-.-i--v-f,.f1..--1 ---'- - " "" ...- 77 1' I A MESS GE EROM THE DEAN Vvithin a singie generation wonderful achievements have been wrought hy man. It is the most infiuentiai, potent and fascinating period of all the previous existence of man's progress. Each of you is a part of this glowing and monumental development which is so stupendous as to challenge even our most fantastic dreams. In spite of the harassing and devastating experiences we have suffered, the development of our social, economic and political life gives each of us great cause for joy and thanks- giving. For the individual to think df himself, especiaiiy oniy of his physical wants, is to confine him within iimits too narrow for the ,possihiiity of growth. Your chosen profession has risen to great heights as a service to mankind. It has reached a place ot envied prestige and influence. If any one of .you titers or faiis to give his inest, hoth in your responsibility to your patients and your community, then you have contributed to a calamity which must then inevitahiy fait on the whoie struc- ture of your profession. The individual is just that important. You have been given the supreme opportunity to find for yourself an important place with all men. Without your contribution to the dental society, progress is halted and the individual ioses opportunities for development and seif-esteem. The University, its School of Dentistry, and the faculty expect to hear of your good effort at all times. It may tatce time for you to achieve your goal hut that is not a reflection upon your efforts. Your faculty is proud of each, of you, they have faith in your ambition to Enecome strong and efficient in your work as a student of Dentistry. They heiieved in you when you were selected to enter the school. Their pride and interest in you will persist so iong as you continue to do your hest to achieve your aims. I extend my warmest feeling to each member of our student hody and to our large and ioyai Alumni Association. Dean, School of Dentistry THE EFFORTS of two great men, Dr. Clarence R. Decker. President of the University, and Dr. Roy J. Rinehart, Dean of the School of Dentistry, have hrought about much prog- ress in eciucation as reiatect to the Uni- versity of Kansas City. Dr. Clarence R. Decker he- came presicient of the University of Kansas City in 1938 and at that time was one of the youngest university presidents in the coun- try. By his many accomplishments he has proven to he among the very hest of uni- versity presicients. Of him we are incieect proucl. Dr. Roy J. Rinehart's knowi- edge of cientistry, comhineci with exceiient business ahiiity, enahtecl him to effect the Consolidation of two separate dental schools and siciiifuiiy guide this combination throughout the succeeding years to form the school of dentistry as we know it toctay. We are very fortunate to have such an in- dividual as the clean of our school. WWW 1951 B SHWH CKER S1 Ft I , f ww Q 7 AW ix, V Mr!! Addison C. McQuigg Q , Robert E. Ciacic Hai G. Riddle I1 MEMORIES OF the year 1950-51 siiouid iong remain in time minds of aii dental V, students as weii as iacuity members as a year of change. Music for time first time V, provided a pieasant iaacicground for dentai advances . . . entrance exams were d required for aii prospective students . . . many graduating seniors enter time armed a forces . . . Dr. Sawyer demonstrates time airbrasive approach to cavity preparation C . . . and many other sucil events ilave transpired during tilis period of time. In time form of writing and piwotograpiws. suciw as is possible with E modern printing metiiods, time Busiiwiiacieer wiii for many years reiresil memories, li SUCil as the above, that eventuaiiy fade into tile past. C The staff of the Bushwhacieer recognizes that mucil administrative E effort and planning has been required tiirougiaout time years to make sucii a publica- tion possiinie. Tile foresight and guidance of Dean Rinehart, Dr. Jacobs and many others are responsible for its continued success. 1 1 Editor .................. ...... A . C, 1VIeQuigg Assistant Editor ....... ,,,,,, H , G, Riddle 1 Fraternity Editor ........ ,,,,,.. C , H, Reece Business ixfianager ......... ,.,,.,,, R , E, Claelq 1 Piiotograpiier ..,........ ..,,,,, A . G, Stone Charles H. Reece Alfred G, Stone 1 164 ZX-2, ,ll M DMI ISTRATIU if Dr. Jacobs, Assistant Dean now carries on daily Dr Rinehart routine business using the latest ol' methods. IN ALL large organizations that over a period of time continue to grow and hecome what is considered to he a success there must he several key individuals. It is they who aid in the formation of policies which have resulted in the advancement of dental education and professional ideals. These gentlemen hy their actions as well as progress in the field of dentistry have gained the recognition and respect of their colleagues. it is professional men such as Dr. R. J. Rinehart, Dean of the School of Dentistry: Dr. Joseph F. Jacohs, Assistant to the Dean, Dr. N. A. Moore. Registrar and Secretary to the Faculty. and Dr. Carl VV. Sawyer, Director of the Clinic, who are essential to the progress of this, the University of Kansas City School of Dentistry. Dr. Carl Sawyer, Director ol the Clinic, addresses former school members at the Hotel President. Q a 165 FUREWURD INSIDE THESE pages of the 1951 Busiiwinacizer you will find records of activities of time past year. Due to time impossibility of complete coverage in a limited amount oi space, time media in which we Work, and in some cases unfortunate circumstances, items deemed by some as very important may be' missing. It is, however, our sincerest wish that all who scan the pages of this publication will find it interesting as Weil as enjoyable. Margret Potts Dr. Sawyer 160 Col. Fields DR. FRANCES CALMES DEDICATIO UPON GRADUATION in 1927, from the Kansas City West- ern Dental College, the profession of dentistry acquired a most valuable asset: Dr. Frances Calmes, professor of orthodontics. This asset, throughout the years since 1927, is incapable of heing valued in dollars and cents, hut must he considered in terms such as modesty, sincerity, and accomplishment. An article in the 1946 Explorer entitled "This Man Calmesu reads, "Even though Frances Calmes has reached esteemahle heights in his profession and in the community, he is still as modest and as sincere as your grandmotherf' These words adequately express the fine characteristics possessedhy this faculty memher. The accomplishments of Dr. Calmes are very numerous. He is the past-president of the following organizations: the Kansas City District Dental Society, the Alumni Association, Gmicron Kappa Upsilon, and the Kansas City Mid-West section of The American College of Dentists. He is licensed to practicesin the four states of Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico and Wyoming. In the days when Radiodontia, foil tests, amalgam tests and other clinical activities required much of his time, Contact with the student hody was very fre- quent. Now as the head of the Department of Ortho- dontics numerous prohlems related to this division of grad- uate worlc are heing overcome hy Dr. Calmes. ln light of his excellent record not only of achievements, laut of his very human qualities as well, it is very proper, and with much pleasure that we dedicate the Bushwhacleer of 1951 to our Professor of Urthodontics, Dr. Frances M. Calmes. Dr. Chimenti lvlarie Butner 167 WHO'S WHO , VV in American Universities and Colleges is a first ranlcing honorary WHO S HO ' , organization in many universities and colleges throughout our nation. Membership in VVho's Vvho is a very high honor, void of expense, for those outstanding students selected from the senior class. The selection of members is made hy talcing into consideration the lar activities and ahility to get tion is made by the Student Council and is individuals accomplishments in school, extracurricu along with their fellow men. This selec approved hy Dean Rinehart and a faculty advisor. The University of Kansas City School of Dentistry is proud to he represented this year hy the following individuals: Harold Brammer, Ben Eastep, g Ralph Edwards, Tom Lawlis, Doug McCall and George lvlindeman. 1 1 i v HARoLD BRAMMER BEN EASTEP RALPH EDWARDS if! "'lK2ZZ2I--- 4 M..-1 N gi I it ,, 1 X 1 TOM Lfxwus Douc- MCCALL GEORGE MINDEMAN Alfie I l0R C A SE IIURS MINDEMAN, GEORGE E. 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IRWIN, DOUGLAS, JR. l y, I Dr. Hart 3 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I in I I I I I I I I I I I I ,, I c -1 R ' I: 'em I A ' 2 ' Eg, ,, ' I .II 174 I Y Q1 R N f 12: R, I 'N gi 'K 1 I I L R ,Q :QW R,,f5Q3v?' - . 5 vs 'I A tiff! 1, 1 I' ,Q M Iro, SETSUO KEMPER, R. SHALE KENDRICK, JOHN E. KIMBROUGH, OSCAR M KINDRED, BERNARD L. KROB, HERBERT R. LALE, TULLY L. LAWS, ERNEST E., JR. MARSH, JOHN A. 2, , NN xx x Q R Q"i?':rf Www . x 4,7 253 Hs- BX, X gr , . X N, Wg, iso M R If 4 ? 2 x 4 u af 2 me ff V 'fi , - 4 'N 173154.31 2.31 ,L agyx FZ, , if fx? ' f 91 , 1 s f f ff -W I , .. ,v iza3.,Qe4?Qf1f.h-114 MARSH, JOHN R. MCATEE, DANIEL J. Ennover K W ,E gi 3571 J.. Qc: , X I4 Q If 9 X , , 'fx A f - A f ' 1 -' Q Wswirf'-:f+,.-. ! W an ff? f R75 A Q R ' x NWA y , N ,X 1' Y N ji I , f Af, J Smyw L' xi W fp-6 XM, 4-R, , f .X , EO, rw .ff E f ff.,-X212 " 53? XO 7 Mun... LA, Aww , ,, A di? 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SCHROEDER, CHARLES SHANAHAN, EDWARD J. SKINNER, JAMES A. SIE IURS W he STEINERT, MARLON D. Vg TEMPLE, LYNN L. Dr. Laws Zu,nn-MMM gw, ,,,,.. its I., L x ,, It V ff ' QW , L,,, ,, ,X 4 ,f ,W . 1 Q" Zfj ff, , f, ,yi . f ,guy ' ,m':'Jff 6 4 f f f ff ,ff 1.4 A, fa ,ff j? ffm, A 4 j Mx X 7 X Y X 4 ' Av Ma , ,..,N ' fa , A ,,, ' 55, 4 G wif, .0 2 A f 5 4521" x ,f , ' I 5, f A " " f 2 ,' if . S TOOLE, STACEY L., JR. WELLS, JACK E. WHITE, EUGENE W. WILLIAMS, JOHN LEE WIPF, HARVEY H. WOLF, WAYNE A. Wooo, R1-IAME P. s .ws X -fs Q. X , MR X- KWH? -N fs M42 .NET is Mm... ,' ' i X f Aherie, Henry M. Brammer, Harold I. Calhoun, Newton L. Clifton, Vviiiiam M. Cottrell, William H. Eastep, Joseph B. Ito, Setsuo Mindeman, George E. .ff M wfs,,3.w..m' 4, ,W lCROi .K PPA uvslio OMICRON Kappa Upsiion is an honorary organization to which twelve senior stu- dents, whose scholastic records are highest, are privileged to become members. This organization is headed .hy none other than our assistant dean, Dr. Joseph F. Jacobs. Such men as Henry Aherie, Newt Calhoun, Bill Clifton. Bill Cottrell, Ben Eastep. Setsuo Ito, George Mindeman, Jim Morrow, Leo Nassimhene, Suevvo Oicazaici and Jack Shanahan have proven their capahiiities in the science of dentistry. A s VN- my E it f .. X X X X divas Y N s 'gl' wr X Hs 'Q UrQf':0?'KV7j 4 .SKZV is as .yffgsfy :WMM W ff ,QSX Q' 4 K , . ...Lily Z ff.. . ff t ,M yy- Q X f f, fsffguf-Q Q1 W K yi X ,, 'M W. W ws 5 , f 4 W ,f ., . .f is .Q sf. . 7 .W x, 7, , , , , W 4 f fy , af s X 4 Fm wx 5X ,, . at fs 1? , ., .ff Jfqxwfef' f . A, E ,, WXZMM, . X f fg,'w,f:,f ff' "WZ-A ff ff fy f , f , , , y , , ' I 4 if 7 ' W4 ll ' If X . a . 'f XE' 'a 1 i ' f vi f 4 ' , s 'f ,Neff f ' ' ., X i, -:wings , , - swf .ww W f sway J' , 574505 -. X f f, J 7 QP. f -f fu, ,Mem , y.s,Q.4s .. fs 4 f fs 64 ,sf yr 0. f vw L i n W, QMS' . 04 T 4235 0 VXA ' ' ' 'w pf. 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COLE, J. C. Cox, Cv. C. DAVIDSON, G. G. DICKSON, J. H. DILLARD, H. DING, L. Miss DOBYNS. R. W. f 5 . . " x -if ,S X ' f fm ' A1 .mf P 'K' is ww 1-is x X? X, X ! R A Rai DUNN, T. C. DURHAM, D. L. EDMUND, J. M., JR. , Esrlss, J. D., JR. EYRE, V. B. FLECKENSTEIN, D. FOLEY, D. FORBES, H. FOSTER, R. W. FRAZIER, L. T. FRICKE, H. VV. GAMBLE, J. T. GILLAHAN, R. D. GRALLNICK, P. L. GRISWOLD, R. A. GROSS, L. R. HALL, R. L. W HALTERMAN, H. HAYASHI, B. Y. HERBERTSON, J. E 'W-. 7 f , H ' We if , K, BOYCE, VV. O. Student Council RUBow, J. M. Student Council DUBOIS, B. L. DUNCAN, K. E. 1 P D a"f. Dayton Dunbar demonstrates a favorite set of dentures to Edmund, Jones and Lambden. f v ,wax ,f F mf' r , A 'E A R fi sm ' L G Q" i L af.. .Q 1 . .f R 7 - K 'A , ,. X f X- 5 ,ie t . '." - Q: ' p g .3 M145 ,Q R at A f. 9 . 1 A . gf .. - if ,I ' ' f. 'f X' 16 SY " v Q , X X ' ., 152.83 ' ' W 'BMX X , ' f It , f A r ' ' f 487 f J' , . 7: . f .wt .7 . . 'W A My 'f Q ,WX N.. rf "' ,. 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B. RABOGLIATTI, E. R. REBSAMEN, R. D. REECE, C. H. RIDDLE, H. Cv. SCHLENDER, M. C. SCOTT, A. D. SELL, P. S. 192 KooNs, P. R. LARSEN, L. C. LEWIS, W. D. LYDICK, H. L. E .X F' Y .WN Il I I ' W Q' IU ' AMD -l 'bw ' ' R5 . t .... I. fa, N3 I g, ' 'Str f W f , X f X S f X f X W 2 as 45 K .X X 5 gf L . y , 11 X N if 'f M! f X Z rg 4 1 A ' Q X .f- A ff-.1-, ,A . X , f . , X f .. f . f. ? I f. , 4 . f JI I X U 9 f Q X , 4 Wx!! X1 f .A X! Wg, f 2, ,Q 1 Q W ... I. if X ! V7 . f , , Rf. . , . .7 ...szisyf 5 ' ' gs Q jlig, ,K 72:3 .V 1i,:5 . Q .if Cv, ff Ps Y ff A" f V' .5 . 'S ' H5 ff' n ,. f ",s?'ZX , ,, fy if f i J' vm f ., . W . x .si iw A f 3 V' 2 12 fa- if X iff KQV, 1 :- MUQ W-R, ' ' J 5. 4 sf X iff ' f ' dvi". Q 49, A. , . fyixgfy ,S 1. , Q ,ffm-3 4 C. M. Foster displays positive determination in removing small scratches from supplemental grooves. VR? 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S 'ff Z f f nfl' J ff If 53 1 'Y Z i g, f I T 7 W! 'M f f i f 1 ,Ziff if KU' Anim f lk,K J H 4-:nv 7 .L My 'Q'-' h 2 Wvnr, FRIESHMAN CLASS gd g. f qmwih f f ,.,. Q I . ANDERSON, J. T. AUSTERMAN, J. B. BARBER, W. D. BARNETT, W. C. BEAN, M. H. BLAIR, J. J. BOATWRIGHT, P. L. Bocas, G. P. Bolcs, R. D. BOWMAN, W. D. BRANSTETTER, B. D. BRENNER, R. W. BROWN, C. M. BROWN, J. Mc. BURKS, V. E. BUSH, H. O., JR. CAMPBELL, R. C. CATER, R. E. CLEVELAND, N. E. COCHRAN, R. G. fm gf .mv Hwf LANDRUM, P. D. President LIGGETT, J. M. Vice President SMITH, E. J., JR. Secretary-Treasurer STONE, D. C. Student Council FRESHME CSI , R SQ., ,ff fp., ff. .j NWN. 'X ff, - , Zyiwsfh- . f ,M ...VW-AZ, .QV .. . Y ,A f W RWD "Ng 'N J R , X R f X R f 0xWYf X BQXA fgxfx AW f X N f X wx V an ' 'X f R x f ,- 1 lp. W? Wg! -ffi .X X421 . . X ' ff .1 . -R A , 4-- V ,.,,,...g.,,, V V . .. . , ,, .. , ,.-T-.-44-,, 1-f--1----M ,?.f--.xv.-:.-..........- ..-.. ..-, f-rw. -Y .., .- ' V ' . A A ML ,, ki, 1, , -- - , , , , . --V f- ,amcpk-rye: -Ae:-: -1-. ? 3 le yy Q- --...J-Ar-A Zh, QA- --:no-v f " ' . ,,.,- .elf F. .. , Q- N--.lf-.S-.Va--:asfvwrgff---f--'f-dv' ' Y gk.-,Q. ,,,,1...w'1 . ,UQ Y, .Q-xp :mr-1 1- 6:51 J My W fq ' 'N fv' gl ,. f -4s , . 'fag H'-A A X 4. , I , y M, ,SW . f ' 1 I ' ' xakxvff' ' 1 . ,f 1.1 ef.. : , . ,, E 9' wa- f' I1 I I -. w 2, v-I' gg' ' . I ,fx , I , wh- ff I ' 1 ' ., X as , .. k .f X - I Ii . ' if ,ff fx. K . W f 7 . -' fx f .. ,A ,RA W JSVWI ffrf K5-ff L., 1,. 1 Mk, fi f Iv f' x , QP' xp 4 if R ,Ny V Z 'Q -.K N 'X r a X ff 1 KELLEY, W. R. KONDO, S. LOUDERBAUGH, W. R. MAGUIRE, H. F., JR. MATTHEWS, J. R. MCCLURE, J. H. MCCOLLUM, R. J. MCCULLOUOH, J. W. MCEUEN, W. MILLER, D. L. MILLER, F. F. MILLER, J. J. MINTON, G. E. MOSIER, R. M. NELSON, B. E. NELSON, H. L. OKAMOTO, C. Y. QLSON, R. C. GLSSON, R. W. PARDOE, T. E., JR. HOFFMAN, VV. W. ITO, S. JOHNSON, D. H. JORDAN, R. D., JR. 0 Just mixing plasler. FRESHME W7 fs' Q .f 'X A W H ' , . 2 ' I I 4 I ,I ,,----5.1, nf' f' f Nfl, if X 'X .f Rigs f A x f 0, , ff 5, f X 5:2 f, j 1 Qi f 4' 'K QT? f X 'fa M R f 'I J f J ML M, 'L'-Rn: , If is f - . ' 'ffg XZ: ' ' 'Qs ' WA A , eigqxif . f R X fx :. 1 1 A J M' R " Q J i 3 J X5 J , K. Us R., 1 f f 1 .Z .A 5, X A x f J A4145 Q41 .S 2354 s ZAR? Q. R R 4 V in .R f if Q3 - , 15, 35,4 M, Q, 1 A Q i f f, gf, - 3 W ' J 2 2 , 'g ,,w, 1' f, , 1 R 11 ,i 5-- ffrff. , I ' 2,1 m I a fi? .... I O M i ...fx I N if: Q. . Y s iff ' A . :i v f fifczg Zi! ' lv . .. .ffgffqt Wff 2 f IW -.,',.,:zf fry... I A ,fy 1 ,, ' -' I ' ' .1 X .2 f-I f ,K ,I J z 4. 1 'f I I1 V , , ' 7, 1 KX' UX I., f, gr ff. fu . 4 W fr f 'wg f I, I 4... I f R YW, f Q' , I Q 1 'Wx In f . X, wwf' .M fL'f1b. Dr. Hauettcr examines freshmen clcntures. f lk 4' :R fk X., , . I.. , . X - IB? . V W. y z ,, -mf. .. , ...wwf :If W .gr wx 4 R f , S 4 f .M 2 XJ XJ I' fif f f mbmfrw ,.. I , "".f:r ,ng 521, I ? I ,, I . 'MW' my I A " 1" A 5 4, f , ,x Auf ff ff X ,gg V. f A3 Jw ,W w. X i .,f." Q' ,Z,hgf., ' g I. ff X ,rg ML.. ' I f Q if 12? I -I r ,I Ima' 'Vi C I 'Qu' ,W ...,,y f f, I. PEAY, M. D. PHILLIPS, R. B. f fx f f 1 Q X f f zgxfcy- J 1? 5 4 VZ, R713 f I 'QR fi ., an U .I X 4. nv f if My me f ff I .4- wIMz sf , . A I . 1 by I , ,M ,, f ' gy 2 fi 1 if fe f f ZA? J f ,q, ,gp ,X f 0,2 PISTOTNIK, A. V. ,E. PLOWMAN P. A- .Rv . I 2. ' i ll J "2 x, - ,QW Y ffdrf f ' - I' 1rfaf.2f.'11 . , f .b 1' '- 'Sys f" 5 if 53245 RS Vg I I f JH R gf R X J gf 'I if J? 1' .fu - R f' f x f f I Rig I-, f Q f 7' ff, 6 , f fffe RVQWWSQ 1 I, fu gs ' JS" X'-AS R. I .514 , Z Q! Law , I " if ' ' 1 mp? 4 ff f 4. . . XXV. I f Af I f f f w f f , , Q ,Cv yy, j, , Mg., ,ff If '. 'ff-+ ' Lf Z TQ 1 Z in I - he C, . - 1-'f'?'LiXi5.' , QXZWY,-5' Mffpf . ' I 'fl f' iwffiffiks I I -,- fm, Q.,- LI. fb ' Wu PRICE, H. D. REINHARDT, D. M. RITSEMA, G. RIVAS, R. J. ROSSINGTON, W.. A. SCHUSTER, G. G. SCIMECA, S. A. SHELLHART, W. E. SMITH, S. SPOOR, W. J., JR. STEWART, K. F. STITH, T. S. WILLIAMS, K. M. WOODBURY, D. C. YOKOYAMA, R. K. YOUNG, K. L. Urata, VV. T. Q -QE, P". ,aff FRATIERNAL URGANIZATIUNS t 59 .4 .3.t, ,... -ff' ' 3.9 ffifqx' 1 Y i I 555 f ff1 f 1f1ff :fff 1:f1frf2:s :s:s1f::as: i 1 M it 4' Jack Parrott, outstanding Delta Sig. THROUGHOUT THE schoot year the Delta Sigma Delta fraternity has been stcitttutty piloted by Grand Master Harold Brammer. Brammens efforts, the support and ad- . J. Frank Chime-nti and the cooperation of the individual members resulted in the securing of a majority number of Freshman ptedges during the past rush season. This organization was founded in 1882 at the University of Michigan. In the year 1903 the unit here with ten members became the fifth chapter to be organized. The number of active chapters in the nation now totats approximately thirty-three. The Delta Sigs have long had a great number of men such as Leo Nassimbene and Bruce Hot- man whose ability along athletic tines was outstanding in securing not only this reputation for the Delta Sigs. but in the past year, for the unified Dental School teams as vice of Dr Wen. The Senior Dinner Dance, a yearly oc- casion, was hetd at the President Hotel. An outstanding feature of this evening's entertainment was the toast, given Loyd Anderson who upon one occasion during his dental career arrived at the 10th and Troost tocation, prepared to start the day's work, at the wee hour of one o'ctoctc in the morning. Seems as though a faulty ctoctc plus a watcetut youngster gave to Loyd the incorrect time syndrome. With Dick Hess taking over command of the Delta Sigs this fraternal organization is now prepared to start the coming schoot year. 'U . Mat K q-vr""' . , ,M W I Jffi W , . i. :ref my , ' ,Q ,, 'X ,. V , f U M . x f I y 'w if , , si, . 7 I . . sg Dick Hess, newly eterled head ot Delta Sig, and Harold Brammer, the man that he succeeds. L Delta Master and ad- 1 ol tlie najority season. 1882 at tlle unit :r to be B nation 3 great ace Hol- ncling in Sigs, but teams as early oc- tstanding .ast given iis clental eparecl to xclc in tlie 1 walceful vme. mmancl ot 1 pl'Cp8.l'6d Deputy -................................. Dr. J. Frank Chimenfi Officers H950-51, Grand Master ---------------.---............. Harold Brammer Worthy Master ------ ......... B ruce Holman Scribe --'----------------- ...............,.. J im Cole Tr6HS'lr9r ------- ......... H arvey Forbes Senior Page ------- ...... C llarles Allman Junior Page ....... . . Historian ........... , Tyler ........,,,,..,,,,,,., -...........Diclc Hess ......Burt Hayaslii ......Jaclc Parrott Rush Captain ...........,....,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, George Cox Officers H951-521 Grand Master .........,,,......,,.,,.,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,..,,, Dick Hess Vvortlly Grand lVlaster ......... ..,.,,.,,,. B ill Martin SCfibC ....---...-..................... ......... G rady Powers Treasurer ........ Senior Page ...... Junior Page Historian ........ Tyler ............. .,...,Burt Hayaslli ..-...Don Martin .........l'larry Kelly ..--VVayne Ward Windy Braclford Dlill W A wt., its .' 4 M - 5 1 A group of Della Sigs plan next year s ' ' ' f gx-A -,. . I O 7? ' 0 O . ,: L,1'1- - '- 'f --.x xx J- -Q . - Dr. Harry Sorrels, an outstanding Psi alumni, spealts at the alumni meeting. THE Pm Rho Chapter ot Psi Omega here at the Uni- versity of Kansas City. School of Dentistry although at present is not the largest fraternal organization in physical numbers has many things of which to be proud. They have many outstanding alumni such as Dr. Carl Sawyer, Dr. Frances Calmes and Dr. Fred A. Richmond and many others who are always available for Clinics and the like. This past session ol school has been very eventful under the supervision of Grand Master Pete Dye, Pete has an excellent adviser of fraternal affairs, in the form of Deputy Councilor Dr. Merle Hale. The annual hayride and Halloween party is rapidly becoming a most favored occasion ot the year. The opposite in type of entertainment and always a most enjoyable occasion is the Senior Dinner Dance which s held on the Aladdin Hotel Roof. This attair was highlighted by a tailt given by the Dean of the School of Dentistry, Dr. R. J. Rinehart. i The beginning of the Phi Rho Chapter was at the time the Kansas City and the Western Dental Colleges united. The consolidation of the two individual fraternities the Phi and the Rho was effected and thus the present day Phi Rho Chapter of Psi Umega. The Psi Qmega fraternity is composed of thirty-five chapters and this year wa has some twenty thousand members. The new Grand Master elect is Tom Churchman. Since the installation of the new group of officers, clinics on very timely subjects have been held at each meeting. Subjects such as Polio, Denture Setup, Endocrine glands and The Professional Budget Plan for Dentists have been discussed by experts in their field. So the coming session of school will probably be filled with much activity related to Psi Umega. 204 Ln.. Grand lxflaster Pete Dye and his successor Tom Churchman. e Uni- vugli at nliysical . Tlwey Sawyer, cl many 'lie lilce. ren very zte Dye. 5 in tlie en party lme year. s a most e wliiclx iis affair e School Cliapter n Dental iclividual tlius tlie The Psi pters ancl is Tom group of n lielcl at re Setup, Plan for lielcl. So illed with Deputy Councelor ........................,.,, Dr, Merle Hale Officers H950-5ll Gfaflfl lVlaSl'61' ............,.,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,, Pgte Dye Vice Grancl Master ....... ,,,,,,,,,,.,, C liarlie l-liglqg Secretary ..........,,...,..... ,.,,,,,, Treasurer ................. Tom CllUFCl1ITlBn ..........l'lerlmert Krolo Chaplain .. .............. Bill Cottrell Senator ..... .......... R . R. Needham Historian .......... ......... D arrell Durliam Cvuarcliarl ............. ..........,, L ee Berns Chief lnquisitor .......... ......... .,l olin Marsl1 Clwiei lnterrogator ...... ........................ M ax Moore Editor .........................................,..,, HA. C. McQuigg Officers 11951-52l Grancl Master ................................ Tom Clmurclnman Vice Grancl Master ............................ Floycl Trinclle Secretary ........,............ ........... B ola Cliver Treasurer ..... ........... B ol: Blancl Chaplain ......... Senator ....,... Historian ......... ......... Guarclian ............. Cllief lnquisitor ....,. Clwief lnterrogator ..... Editor ....................... .........l..ee Neulaert ............Bill Friclce ilaclc Maclceclinie ..............l..ee Nelson .-......Diclc Dolnyns ..-.,...Bolo Boyce .........-.I-Ial Riddle t cl , lun lor all. Tl'lC O SNYCZI Cl' BHCEE PSI OMEGA t, Mr. ancl M RhVNk x29 ', .Q-, ...v J BEN EASTEP an outstanciing man in schooi activities has serveci as Preslcient of the X1 Psi Phi fraternity the past year anci is to he succeecieci hy Thane Frazier an mciiviciuai possessing quailties which render him very capahie of ieaciershlp oi this the iargest of fraternal organ izations reiate to the Schooi of Dentistry. The officers and men oi this group are very fortunate in having such a joiiy in iviciuai as Dr, Raiph Hauetter as Deputy Supreme President and many such respecteci indivi uais as Dean R. J. Rinehart anci Dr. Jarvis Vviiiiams and Dr. Joseph F. Jacobs for their i 0 Dr. Jacobs, Assistant Dean alumni. The Zips approach the peaic of perfection when it comes to the type of entertainment in which cos- tumes are requireci. The annual Bowery Brawl and the Shipwreck Party are ampie proof of this. Garrett Hail was the setting for the above activities which provicie no enci of enjoyment. Two important activities of the year have been in the past oniy a few weeks. They were the Senior Dinner Dance which was heici the 18th of May at the Hiiicrest Country Ciuiim anci the Senior Fareweii Party. At the Senior Dinner Dance much excitement and amuse- ment was createci hy the awarding of P.H.T. iputting husband through? Diplomas to the wives of graduating seniors, Aiso at this occasion Miss Marie Butner was awarcieci a sister pin hy the fraternity. After a very successful year the Zips un- cier Thane Frazier are prohahiy planning many more months of extra speciai enjoyment for the next schooi term. H-.MA with Ben Eastep gives pointers to Thane Frazier regard- ing the operation oi the Xi Psi Phi fraternity. .-....,- -0...-..-f - .,... ..- - :- qw. .. .. .gh ,, ,Qui ,i',:c,r .3 ,E 4,-'QW33'-, fi.-. r.-.,-,Law :e.'Q4-i-"-'-Hfv-H --yy fs--1,-1--..r -IQ-f-L f .. Q.-.-. ir-if 51" 1' f " j' jr ' , L . I V - - ,-..,..,.-,:J- :...:.:uw 1113-r-1 f9':"-""" ' A" "" ' "Hn" V . ,,.. -- .1:..n-11-A:-'fn ff 1 1' ...mG..-- -- - - ff' "Gai" f , if H ,i' H I ""1X 1 1 Z .f sw!! 477 Nm f vxmvwwkkm .7, ,fi Q4 lgeflli Z we WF" -. -fix E an n -I ll wl -I V , W , .,.. Y, H.. .,....1-.J 1 GR num 1 0RTHOD0 THIS 1 , 11 Q! I 5 . 1 . 1 i 11 .1 N, 1 .11 I '1 1 J. W. BLACKMER THE DEPARTMENT of Orthodontics is ably supervised by Dr. Frances Calmes. lt is under his direction and with the aid of many other faculty members that Doctors 1 ' ' df d of Dental Surgery are guided through the fourteen months require or a egree of Master of Science in Dentistry. It is through the efforts of men such as Dr. Closson, Dr. Blume, Dr. Fred Richmond, Dr. John Richmond, Dr. Thompsonand the many others affiliated with this department, as well as the graduate students therein, that many . ' b . h children are enabled to face the future not only with better appearance ut wit a more desirable personality as well. lt is predicted that the future will be more than bright for this phase of dental science and those recent graduates whose pictures appear on this page. V. D. BOWLES R. J. FREDSALL 1 A1 J. E. HAmusoN W. G. KENNARD W. M. LATHROP W. C, REED E 11 1 11 W 11 1 1, 11 11 11. 1 11: 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 U11 1 M1 1 111' 1 -111 1 11 11 N1 , 1. 11 11 '1 111 I1 111 11111 1 11 1111 I 111 M 111 1 1111 1 11-1 1 1' 11 1, M . 111, 111 Q11 112 L fx 1 1 1 1 1 . m ,f . I, 11 5 i 1 g 1 he 210 ,A . It is octors degree Slume, others 3 many with a 5 phase s page. EED UR THE DEPARTMENT of Oral Surgery fgraduate and undergraduate, has shown great progress, due to the skillful management of Dr. Merle Hale. One is amazed at the thoroughness and efficiency of this section of the School of Dentistry. It is through the efforts of Dr. Hale and his two graduate students, Dr. Allen and Dr. Moore, that not only routine experience can he gained hut that information regarding more complicated cases, requiring extraordinary procedures, can he had. For the under- graduate, the assignments in surgery are anticipated with much pleasure, and an appointment the senior year is much to he desired. GRADUATE L SURGERY Doctors Moore. Hale and Allen in General Surgery. ii X we f 1' ALLEN MOORE 211 FACULTY YTWW, 5.72SfA,,, yY ,ff ,, I . Of ff. I A. , jx , Jr ,I ,, .1 X x ' 1" ,, Qj'2'! W , ,Z Q1f,,Wq a , GCCSIW "MA X f 4 .. O f i ffl-'XV fig! 43 ,,. ,, N 1 R X Q gint? , 7, , f f 4 f X, Q ff 1 Aw W A f X ,I ,M 1 1 I fl 1 l . fkgf Away fx X , X4 10 ,If f 5 S ,A f W j Y I R f fi Q f ,f R ff 'X ,If N f X . X 7 X ,. 2 ,4 ,,.-.. fxim I1 h . H11 X342 1 . 1 X 3 If . ggi X , , , ,X 5 I 212 M, XZ 0 f 41 YQ? xg? N 51 M. , I . .f,, -xnjffr f I . f ff I . f TW: - IJ A, , GLW -my Y 'f NI - , I N. f N f R3 .R fx D f YF - f?.. ' Z3 75 , , J ,V ..,, f -, .QQ 441 A R SQ' f X Q4 R H. WILSON ALLEN J. VARDEMAN BELL VVILLARD R. BELLINGER DAYTON Cv. BLUME HAROLD C. BURDICK FRED C. BYERS FRANCIS M. CALMES DAYTON D. CAMPBELL J. FRANK CHIMIENTI JOHN M. CLAYTON DONALD A. CLOSSON WILTON W. COGSWELL LYNVAL E. DAVIDSON WILLARD GUY DENNIS EDWARD L. DILLON EARL V. CONOVER DELVIN K. DIIVIICK HENRY I. EAGER B. LANDIS ELLIOTT LAWRENCE P. ENGEL HUBERT EVERSULL COL. ALBERT FIELDS LESTER M. GATES JOHN E. GOSSETT MERLE L. HALE B. BATES HAMILTON CHARLES HART RALPH T. HAUETTER JAMES E. HERBERTSON FRANK H. HODGSON JOSEPH J. IMOEHL JOSEPH F. JACOBS PHILIP M. JONES HALER EUGENE KENNEDY FRANK E. KLEE CHARLES A. KOEHLER KENNETH F.. LAWRENCE ARTHUR LINDQUIST WALTER R. LOUDON EUGENE H. MAIENSCHEIN xx, xg? 4 'RQI Q bf. 5 Af A -sw 5, I S355 A 'Q I FACULTY 4 , L...-Z2 3' Q .J , ,, ' I eg. ' V ffm iw' X Q4 xl h jf , R, fy I WI A' ' OI v. 'f I fif a If ,xi I 4. Ky! jar, A., -Iggy , - TX - 1 wwf Rs X I .Rf ,, , I .-Iliff I , l H I ,, . f . ' 'AAS 9 I . 1 " I - aww DVM ' ' , 1 A QQ. .Q ,mf vw . 4 'in J f ,f yffx , 7, E ii. Z , I I QQ' l If 2 f Qi, Q f ! If X . I H . A-.S . , .W , If , Z , K . w . , f ff I 5. S nw 423- , N Tv? .W . f .f my If am ' A x , 4-5:-fw A f , I ,S ' 71" , f.. ' ,, , pw?" ,px Nm!! .Q vi 1 I . I A ,G . . .. g xx ,HIM r -' 2.-V-9 ,Q ' if ,f f M ,zz 5351 f QQ. ,.,,,, 15, 'J Isqk QD.: CARL S. MATTHEWS GEORGE E. MENSCH HUGH T. MOORE NORMAN A. MOORE HUGH I. MYERS FREDERICK J. MCCOY H. RICHARD MCFARLAND JAMES L. MCNEEL WILLIAM R. MCPHEE EDWARD P. NELSON CLAUDE W. 0'DELL OREN A. OLIVER CHASTAIN G. PORTER JUDGE ALBERT L. REEVE FRED A. RICHMOND JOHN W. RICHMOND ROY J. RINEHART DAVID VV. ROBINSON MORTIMER W. ROSENTHAL GENEVIEVE D. ROTH ALFRED Q. RUEB ALBERT C. SAEGER CARL W. SAWYER JOHN K. SCHROEDER CHARLES A. SCRIVENER EDWARD H. SKINNER HAROLD E. THOMPSON JOHN N. THORNBURG LEONARD TIETZ CHARLES D. WALTHALL BENJAMIN W. WARNER FARRELL WEBB DON E. WOODARD V Afja A 'iw' - N1 ,4 4, ff 1, 4 his -4 f - wxN5 I ' 'I R Q , '-N., f RLS, 7 Gin-. f IQ, ASSI STA TS I DMI ISTR THD I x f ' I Q MQ, . X W 9 7 .1 x 1 R X!! I 'S if ff' X . f hx asp TS. N- ,nm I 4WV"" in X lll?gn In I 'S M 4. 6 f f PM f X .f is i P' f., if .rf I HELEN H. ADAMS MARGARET M. BOICE MARY L. BROSNAHAN MARIE BUTNER RUTH C. CONN DOROTHY L. CUTTING NEAL R. EDWARDS CIERTRUDE A. FERGUSON VIOLA FLANAGAN JEAN M. GRAY LAURA B. GREER T. J. HOWARD MARY E. HUFFMAN LOUISE F. LEACH EVA F. LEWIS EDNA R. MOBERLY SUE NEASE MARY K. ORR MARGRET B. POTTS EUGENE R. RABOGLIATTI H. JUANITA RUBOW JUNE VV. SPALDING ELIZABETH H. STROUP EDNA MAE WHITENIAN " ' W ' cjix ual.-.4 , ',.,.,iuxJ-S Y ,, --'-. 1.---r: afzfa.v13R"1"'4+x 'T"""'F""1Zf-Nl nf, , 'Vfw 'I',j"jf " ' TE 5, '- ---'f---- ---'-1" 1f7"1x 'Q f -.g..-. L.:.,.E,...,,.,q,-4-.1-gf:-f-s5,' ,. :, - W- .- - , V, V - V M Y H R l W 1 W 1 Q 1 3 w X 4 v CLI ICS 6 xl A- 5 W I Qf , ly I! ll fix. I1 i 'kv , 1 1 " 1 .,hgg-4-.-. x vmxzitsugam .N4?CT'i?N Herbcrtson demonstrates anesthesia drawings to Stacy. Dr, Lindquist OISOH and l'liS 30041 manufaflufing PYOCCSS Dr. Hugh Nloore and revent graduate Blackwell are viewed LY friends at the alumni meeting- examine Dr. Lindquisfs Obturator Clinic. 45-1-N 1 LA "- r'--f- f:,.w:1fv::fm ,1M- 2'--141...:4 - ,a-..:,,,1r - ff-:wr-r .-f---fd'-rv f Topical Index A A Cappella Choir, 97 ACTIVITIES, 54 Alpha Phi Omega, 84 American Chemical Society, 96 Apache Dance, 54 Beta Zeta, 76 Board of Trustees, 12 Bounders, 86 Bum Friday, 58 , Burly-Q-Ball, 47 c Cap and Gown, 95 Chilco, 78 Cho Chin, 80 CLASSES, 18 CONTENTS, 16 Community Chest Dance, 52 Cosmopolitan Club, 98 D Der Deutsche Verein, 100 Departmental Chairmen, 14 E Easy Chair, 100 El Clulb Asturias, 99 Epperson House Party, 51 I F Fall, 5 Fall Frolic, 55 Freshmen, 55 Future Teachers of America, 101 G Graduation, 66 220 Kangaroo H Halloween Dance, 50 J Juniors, Aylmer to Ericlcson, 26 Esrig to IVlcGrew, 27 IVlcIVIorrow to Waggener, 28 Warfel to Woolen, 29 K Kangaroclcs, 96 Kangaroo, 56 Kangaroo Hop, 60 Kangaroo Queen, 61 Kegan, 88 L Le Cercle Francais, 99 M Mu Phi Epsilon, 94 N Newsletter, 58 New Student Dance, 46 Number 1, 58 0 Obstacle Dance, 48 ORGANIZATIONS, 70 P , Pan-Hellenic Council, 74 Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, 92 Plays, A Adding Machine, 44 Cyrano deABergerac, 42 Listen, Children, 45 Scarecrow, 45 St. Ioan, 40 Yes, My Darling Daughter 41 President's Message, 11 0 Quad Dance, 49 R Radio Workshop, 59 S Seniors, Agron to Burlchart, 20 Carney to Hansing, 21 Hennessey to Long, 22 I..oScalzo to Rose, 25 Rowe to Sweeney, 24 Tager to Yoshimoto, 25 Sigma Alpha Iota, 95 Sigma Beta, 82 Snow Ball, 56 Sophomores. Baldwin to Glassman, 50 Graham to Nixon, 51 Parlcs to VVI1i.te, 52 Sports, 62 Spring, 8 String Ensemlnle, 101 Student Christian Assn., 98 Student Council, 72 St. Valentinels D-ance, 57 T Tau Kappa Nu, 90 Turlcey Hop, 55 Twilighters, 101 U U-News, 57 Ml VVl'1o's Who, 68 Winter, 6 I ighter, l '0 21 22 4 25 in, 50 1 ,n., 98 , 57 Pandex D Deanls List, 109 Dedication, 104 Delta Theta Phi, 124 F Faculty, 106 Flaw Review, 129 Freshmen, 115 Juniors, 112 K Kappa Beta Pi, 125 L Law Review, 114 Law Students' Association, 122 Legal Aid Clinic, 120 M Moot Court, 117 P Pandex, 116 Phi Alpha Delta, 126 Phi Delta Delta, 127 Phi Delta Phi, 128 S Seniors, Allen to McGuire, 1 10 Maurer to Wilson, 111 V Visiting Lecturers, 108 W Who's Who, 109 M o r t a r A APhA lniiiaiion, 152 APhA Officers, 150 APhA Report, 151 APhA Trip, 156 C Christmas Party, 154 D Dean's Message, 155 Dedication, 154 F Faculty, 156 Freshmen, 148 H Halloween Party, 155 J Juniors, Alewell to Hardwiclc, 142 Harker to Milcoliza, 145 Monaco to Vvisewater, 144 P Pharmacy Snaps. 158 S Seniors, Barnes to Hartwell, 158 Hoerath to Mccallan, 159 Owens to Shalinslcy, 140 Shouse to Vviggans, 141 Snaps, 149 sophomores, Adams to Hemry, 145 Holtry to Ripperger, 146 Rips to Worth, 147 Spring Party, 155 W VVho's Who, 157 Bushwhiacker A Administration, 165 Assistants, 216 l B Bushwhacleer Ball, 186 Bushwhaclaer, 164 C Casual Shots, 180, 188, 19 200, 208, 217 D Dean's Message, 162 Dedication, 167 Delta Sigma Delta, 202 F Faculty, 212 Foreword, 166 Freshmen, Anderson to Cochran, 196 Comheraili to Hodge, 197 Hoffman to Pardoe, 198 Peay to Young, 199 G Graduate, 210 Introductions, Fraternities, 201 Freshmen, 195 Juniors, 181 Seniors, 169 sophomores, 189 J Juniors, Aduddell to Dohyns, 182 Dubois to Herloertson, 185' Hine to Nease, 184 Needham to Winters, 185 U Omicron Kappa Upsilon, 179 P Postgraduate, 211 President Declcer, 165 Psi Omega, 204 S Seniors, Aherle to Bosworth, 170 f Brahler to Coolc, 171 Cottrell to Grimsley, 172 Gilfoil to Hudson, 175 Huttie to Marsh, 174 Marsh to Morrow, 175 Nagamotoxto Peterson, 176 Philhriclf to Slcinner, 177 Speinert to Wood, 178 Sophomores. Allinder to Day, 190 Diclce to Kolterman, 191 Koons to Sell, 192 Simmons to Winter, 195 W VVho's Who, 168. X Xi Psi Phi, 206 221 enior Acti ' ' Liberal Arts LEONARD E. AARON, Economics. BEVERLY E. ARENS, Mathematics. Secre- tary-treasurer, Cap and Gown. ROBERT ERNEST ARFSTEN, Economics. CHARLOTTE PRINGLE AVEY, English. Spanish Club: Easy Chair: Cap and Gown. GEORGE EDWARD BAGGETT, Music anal Education. A Cappella Choir: Vo- cal Ensemble. AMNON BALBER, Physics. JOHN VV. BALL, Economics. Quantro: Men's lntramural Sports. CARL BECKSTROM, Psychology. ALEC BELINGLOPH, Sociology. MELVIN PAUL BISHOP, JR., Music History. VVho's Who: President, Menys Mu- sic Club: President, Charter mem- ber, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Presi- dent, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Rush Captain: Tau Kap- pa Nu: U-News, Circulation Man- ager, Feature Writer: Chairman, Hobo Day Barbeque: Chairman. Bum Friday Barbeque: Vice Presi- dent, lnter-Frat Council: University Male Quartet: Radio Guild: F.T.A.: Merchant of Venice: Fair Helen. MARY BLACK, Spanish. WiLLIAM ARTHUR BLACKWOOD, Psychol- ogy. JOHN P. BOEHNER, Psychology. ROBERT H. BOYSEN, Sociology. JERRY MILES BOWMAN, History. Tau Kap- pa Nu. ROBERT BROOKING, Economics. Presi- dent, Vice President, Kegon: Hobo Day Committee: Kangaroclcs: lnter- Frat Council. BEVERLY JEANNETTE BROWN, Spanish. President, Treasurer, Beta Zeta: Treasurer, Pan -Hellenic Council: Kangaroo, Secretary, Associate Edi- tor: U-News, Feature Editor: Presi- dent, El Club Asturias: President, Advisory Chairman, Le Cercle Fran- cais: Treasurer, Junior Class: Secre- tary, F.T.A.: Decoration Committee, Hobo Day: Slcit Committee, Bum Friday. lVlARY PATRICIA BROWN, English Litera- ture. Cho Chin: Cap and Gown: Attendant to Kangaroo Queen. ROBERT D. BROWN, History. Drama Vvorlcshopg Historian, LSA.: Kan- garoo staff: Kangaroo Hop Commit- tee: Chairman. Fascinating Man Contest: El Club Asturias: Phi Del- ta Phi. LOUIS R. BRUNKE, Economics. CARL H. BRUNS, Biology. KENNETH W. BUCKLES, Geology. Kan- garoclcs. A LEONARD PETER BUKATY, Economics. LUCILLE BURKHART, Art. Cho Chin: Art Department Assistant. JOHN BRIAN BURNS, Chemistry. JAY H. BYNUM, English. ADA MARGARET CARNEY, Music Ecluca- tion. Sigma Alpha Iota: Chilcog Christian Club: Radio Guild: A Cappella Choir: Playhouse Procluc- tions: Christmas Convocation. BEVERLY ANN CHAFFEE, Sociology. Cho Chin. LELAND RAY CHANCE, Biology. Alpha Phi Omega: Vice President, Treas- urer, Bouncler: University Players: Radio Vvorlcshop. GERALD HALSEY COEL, Psychology. Al- pha Phi Omega. PAUL EUGENE COFFEY, History and Gov- ernment. MELVIN DAVIS COLHOUR, Economics. President, Charter member, Quan- tro: Men's Intramural Sports. ROBERT C. CONN, Economics. Quantro: Tau Kappa Nu. FRANCIS HAROLD Cox, Geology-Geogra- phy. President, Kangaroclcs. HARRY EARL CREAL, JR., History ancl Government. LAURA LEE CUBBISON, Music. Secretary, Student Christian Association: Re- porter, Der Deutsche Verein: Chap- lain, Sigma Alpha lota: U-News, Music reporter: A Cappella Choir: Freedom Sings: SAI, AXG scholar- ships: Chorus, Die Pledermaus, Lis- ten, Children. KATHLEEN B. DOUTHAT, Psychology. MAURICE SPENCER DUNN, Economics. BETTY RAE EYLES, Psychology. Cap and Gown. MARIE FALCONE, Sociology. President, Treasurer, Chilco: Chairman, Senior Social Committee: Variety Show, Pall Prolic: Candidate, Kangaroo ItIBS Queen: Secretary, Pan-Hellenic Council. ALFRED E. FALK, Economics.. Alpha Phi Gmega: Member Champion Foot- ball Team: El Club Asturias. CORNELIUS B. FELTS, JR., Economics: AC- counting Assistant. CHARLES P. FITZGERALD, Psychology. KENNETH EUGENE GARRETT, History and Law. PAD Intramural sports: PAD Concaves Representative: Law School Photographer. RICHARD EVANS GENTRY, History and Government, Psychology. Constitu- tion Committee, Spring Slcits Com- mittee, Alpha Phi Gmega. MICHAEL JOHN GERHART, Psychology. Der Deutsche Verein: Psychology Club. GILBERT GILGUS, Economics. Bounder. JAMES F. GRANER, Sociology. Historian, Alpha Phi Gmega: lndependent Stu- dents Association: Psychology Club. JOSEPH JOHN GULIZIA, English. A Cap- pella Choir: Number 1, contributor. RALPH M. GUNDELFINGER, History. EUGENE FRANCIS HADEL, Economics. GERTRUDE RUMPF HALFPAP, English. Cap and Gown: P.T.A. ALBERT E. HANES, Economics. RICHARD MILTON HANSING, Economics. MILTON E. HARMONY, Chemistry-Biology. Scholarship Club: Men's Intramural Sports: Open House Demonstra- tions. CHARLES P. HARRIS, Music. Grchestra. JAY R. HEINEMANN, Geography-Geology. Kangaroclcs: Ceramics Assistant. MARY ELIZABETH HELINE, Psychology. Psychology Club: Playhouse Secre- tary. DONALD J. HENDERSON, Sociology. FRANCES SHELEY HENDERSON, English. SARAH HENNESSY, Music. Sigma Alpha lota: A Cappella Choir: Treasurer, Sigma Beta: Kangaroo, Senior Edi- tor. EUGENE M. HERMAN, Economics. Bounfl- er. JACK LESLIE HERRIMAN, Public School Music. Phi Mu Alpha Grchestra. JAMES PATRICK HEWITT, History and GOU- ernment. RUTH HEYDON, English Literature. Presi- dent, Secretary, Treasurer, Clio CAr CHI JAM HEI JOH JOH: CHA FOR KEL EI JAMI VIRC -Hellenic .lpha Phi on Foot- is. mics. Ac- logy. story and rts: PAD fe: Law :tory and Constitu- cits Com- Iychology. sycholo gy Ouncler. Historian, Ident Stu- ogy Club. . A Cap- itributor. ory. mics. E n g li s h. nomics. 'y-Biology. lntramural Demonstra- 'chestra. V-Geology. sistant. 'sychology- use Secre- 93'- English. :ma Alpha Treasurer, ienior Edi- cs. Bound- lic School trchestra. y and Gov- iure. Presi- ur er. Clio Chin: Vice President, Pan-Hellenic Council: University Players: VVOm- en's lntramural Sports: Newman Club: Radio VVOrlcslTop: Vice Presi- dent, Corresponding Secretary, Ra- dio Guild: President, Easy Chair: Number 1, staff: Bushwhaclzer Queen Attendant: Kangaroo Prin- cess: VVho,s VVho: Community Chest Queen: Senior Class Secre- tary: Senior Class Announcements Committee: Studentls Representative A.A.U.N. Conference. CARL ALLEN HICKS, English - Speech. Warriorls Husband, title role.: St. loan: Radio VVorlcShop. CHESTER E. HINKLEY, Geology. Presi- dent, Kangaroclcs. JAMES H. HOLLEY, Biology. HELEN DIANE HOWELL, English Litera- ture. President, Vice President, Treas- urer. Sports Director, Cho Chin: President, Pan-Hellenic Council: Easy Chair: F.T.A.: Tau Kappa Nu Sweetheart: Kangaroo Queen candi- date: Chairman, Most Fascinating Man Contest: University Chorus: VVomenls lntramural Sports. JOHN HENRY HUDSON, English Litera- ture. President, Senior Class: Presi- dent, Treasurer, Bounder: Kangaroo, Editor: U-News, Associate Editor. Copy Editor, Drama Columnist, Cvossip Columnist: VVho's VVho: Most Fascinating Man: Vice Presi- dent, Student Council: Chairman, Kangaroo Hop: Chairman, Christ- mas Convocation: Chairman, A.A. U.N. KCU Delegation: Lead, Dear Ruth, Mistress of the lnn, Fair Helen, Cyrano Ole Bergerac: Mixed Quartet: Co-Chairman, Hobo Day Variety Shows: Author, Alpha Phi Qmega winning slcit: President, Founder, Student Liberty in Progress Movement. JOHN JEROME HUNHOLZ, Economics. CHARLES F. JENKINS, B.A., Education. Treasurer, F.T.A. FORREST E. JENKINS, B.A., Chemistry. American Chemical Society. KENNETH C. JOHNSON, Chemistry. E. DALE JONES, Sociology. President, Tau Kappa Nu: President, lnter-Praterni- ty Council: Chairman, Decorating Committee, Kangaroo Hop: Fasci- ing Man Candidate. JAMES P. JOURAS, English. Historian, Vice President, Bounder. VIRGIL A. JULIAN, JR., Economics. Uni- versity Players. g WILLIAM L. KELLY, Psychology. Presi- dent, Vice President, Historian, Song Leader, Tau Kappa Nu: lnter-Fra- ternity Council: Song Contest Co- Chairman, Hobo Day: Psychology Club: F.T.A.: lntramural Council: University Chorus: Chamber Music Cvroup: President, Vice President, Secretary, B and S Club. GENE WILSON KELSAY, Music. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Tau Kappa Nu: University A Cappella Choir: Uni- versity Radio Choir: Listen, Chil- clren: Twilighters. SHIRLEY WARE KIRBY, Art and History. VVhO,s VVho: Kangaroo Queen: President, Vice President, Beta Zeta: U-News staff: Kangaroo stall: F.T.A.: El Club Asturias: Le Cercle Francais: Warriorls Husbancl: Eliza- beth The Queen: Stage Crew: Hobo Day Committee. HELEN MARIE KLAMM, English Literature. Christian Club: P.T.A. CARL A. KOFFLER, Economics. Quantro: Fall Prolic: Economics Assistant. FRANK WILLIAM KOGER, History anal Government. Quantro: El Club As- turias: Vice President, Sophomore Class: Student Council: Dean's Honor Roll. HENRY XVARREN LANG, Economics. LEWIS HARVEY LONG, Biology. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Le Cercle Francais: University Qrchestra: Mu Phi Epsi- lon Young Artists Award: Listen, Children. DONOVAN B. LINDGREN, Art. Student Art Shows. ROBERT DON LOUGHBOM, English' Litera- ture. JOAN LOSCALZO, Music. Sergeant-at-Arms. Pledge Captain, Recording Secretary. Song Leader, Sigma Beta: Newman Club. ROBERT PAUL MCGRAW, Biology. Student Council: Chairman, Quad Dance. KATHRYN L. MARSH, Biology. BETTIE LOU MARTIN, Music. A Cappella Choir: Christian Club: Mu Phi Ep- silon. BARBARA ELAINE MNOOKIN, French. Deanls Honor ROII. JOHN SHERWOOD MODLIN, Sociology. CLIFFORD ALBERT NAULT, JR., American Studies. Easy Chair: Number 1, Editor, Associate Editor: English As- sistant: B ancl S Club. JUNE lRENE NEWBERRY, History. Chilco: Kangaroo Queen Candidate. JOHN J. QBERLE, Biology. ALBERT CARL GETTING, Chemistry. Alpha Phi Umega: American Chemical So- ciety: Men's Intramural Sports. HARRY C. PAGE, JR., Philosophy. WILLIAM PEIHLER, Music. A Cappella Clwir: Vocal Ensemble: Chorus: Fall Frolic. BETTY ELLA PROPST, Biology. Cap and Gown. BETTY JANE QUINN, Sociology. EI Club Asturias. CLOVIS LEE RICE, Biology. Bounder: P.T.A. NORMA JACQUELINE RICKEL, German. Der Deutsche Verein: Le -Cercle Fran- cais: EI Club Asturias. LORRAINE COOK ROGERS, Sociology. Vice President, Pledge President, Chilco: Cap and Crown: Social Committee, Senior Affairs. MARGARET NINA ROGERS, Psychology. President, Cap and Gownfrllreas- urer, Chaplain, Sigma Alpha lota: Treasurer, Historian, Sergeant - at - Arms, Chilco: Chairman, Steering Committee, Scholarship Club: Ac- companist, Music Department: Mer- chant of Venice: Romancers: A Cap- pella Choir: KCU, Young Matrons, SAI, Scholarships. LEONARD E. ROSE, Economics. KENNETH JAMES RUSSELL, Economics. Radio Vvorlcshop. MARY ALICE RUSSELL, Psychology. MARVIN LEE RYHERD, Physics. Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. EDITH SCARDINO, Spanish. Secretary, Cho Chin: EI Club Asturias. LOWELL LEON SCHUPBACK, Biology- Chemistry. Le Cercle Francais: American Chemical Society. NORMAN LOUIS SCHWARTZ, Biology. Ra- dio Department Engineer: Radio Guild: Biology Assistant: Kangaroo, Photographer: U-News, Photogra- pher: President, Epperson House: Charter member Quantro: Playhouse Productions. KENNETH WILLIAM SHONS, Biology. ROBERT T. SHORT, English. Radio Guild. OSCAR ARMAND SISO, Biology. Men's ln- tramural Sports: Cosmopolitan Club. GERALD A. SLINKARD, Economics. EDSON LEONARD SMITH, Biology. Kan- garoclcs: St. Ioan. FRANCIS LEE SMITH, Economics. WILLIAM JAMES SOETAERT, JR., History ancl Government. Charter member. Second Vice President, Phi Mu Al- 225 pha Sinfonia: A Cappella Choir: Theater: Easy Chair: Numher 1, As- sociate Editor. JEAN SPANIOL, English Literature. His- torian, Sergeant - at - Arms, Corre- sponding Secretary, Sigma Beta: F.T.A.: lacle and the Beanstallai Hans Brinlzer and the Silver Shates: Elizabeth the Queen. DAVID R. SPICKLER, Economics. KAY STARNES, English Literature. Treas- urer, Senior Class: VVho,s VVho: Entertainment, Alumni Banquet: Theater: Radio VVorlcshop: U-News stall: Kangaroo stall: Chilco: Cap and Crown. DOROTHY STRAUSS, Psychology. Presi- dent, Vice President, Treasurer. Pledge Captain, Sigma Beta: Treas- urer, Pan-Hellenic Council: Wom- en's lntramural Sports: Kangaroo, Business Manager: VVho's VVho: Vice President, Der Deutsche Vere- in: Secretary, Junior Class: War- rior's Hushand: Kangaroo Queen Candidate. DOUGLAS H. STICKEL, Biology. Men's ln- tramural Sports: Der Deutsche Vere- in. JACK W. STICKLER, History. THELMA LEE SUDVARG, English Litera- ture. Secretary, Senior Class: Presi- dent, Pan-Hellenic Council: Presi- dent, Vice President, Recording Sec- retary, Treasurer, Sigma Beta: Kan- garoo Queen Candidate: Dean's Honor Roll: Mixed Chorus: Stage Manager, Yorh Nativity: Faust: VVarrior's , Husband: Hans Brinher and the Silver Slzates. LEO J. SWEENEY, History. Newman Cluh: Le Cercle Francais: Chairman, Sen- ior Class Gilt Committee. ALLEN GWYN 'TAYLOR, Economics. FROST THEISS, Economics. President, Sophomore Class: President, Junior Class: Quantro: Chairman, Holao Day Bonfire: Chairman, Clean Fun Day Barheque: B and S Cluh. CARL T. THOMPSON, Economics. MARIANNA TIBBS, Psychology. Le Cercle Francais: A Cappella Choir. JUDITH CAROLINE TORREY, English Lit- erature. I DIRK TOUSLEY, Economics. President, Kegon: B and S Cluh. ROBERT VV. VAN NOY, Biology. ROMAINE WADDELL, Sociology. Rush Captain, Recording Secretary, Sig- ma Beta: U-News, Assistant Editor: VVomen's lntramural Sports. GERDA ELFRIEDE WAHNER, English and Languages. Secretary, Cosmopolitan Club. ROBERT C. WEIGAND, Biology. Der Deutsche Verein: Men's lntramural Sports. VALERIE SHARLENE WELDON, Art. Presi- dent, Vice President, Historian, Rush Captain, Chilco: Pan-Hellenic Coun- cil, Treasurer: U-News, Reporter,- Greelc News: Puhlication Commit- tee: Kangaroo, Social Editor: Thea- ter, Technical Crew: Mistress of the lnn, Circle of Challz, Die Flecler- maus, Fair Helen: Scene Design, Yorlz Nativity: U - News Award: Stage Manager, Fall Frolic:. Senior Hostess, Freshman Tea: VVho's VVho: KCU Fashion Counsellor: Red Cross Queen candidate: Little Cvallery Student Art Exhihition. CARL F. WILLARD, History. GLEN E. WILLIAMS, Psychology. Law THOMAS J. ALLEN, Law. Clerlc of the Exchequer, Delta Theta Phi: Chief Justice, Moot Court, first semester, 1950-51. MARVIN ALTMAN, Law. ALVIN ANDERSON, Law. Phi Delta Phi. EDWIN R. BARNTHOUSE, Law. Treasurer, Chief Justice, Phi Alpha Delta: Law Review stall: Moot Court participant: Counselor and Advisor to freshman Law class. CHARLES BEASLEY, Law. Delta Theta Phi. HORACE BILLS, Law. Phi Delta Phi: Moot Court. J. W. BLACKFORD, Law. Phi Delta Phi: Law Review, Assistant Editor, Research Editor lSpecial Editioni: Legal Aid: Dean's Honor Roll: Moot Court. STANLEY WARREN BRIDGMAN, Law. Vice Justice, Phi Alpha Delta: Associate Editor, Senior Editor, Panclex: Attor- ney, Judge, Moot Court: Law Review, Recent Decisions, Comments Editor: President, Der Deutsche Verein, L. A. FRED BURRESS, Law. Exchequer, Delta Theta Phi: Moot Court: Law Review, Assistant Editor. - JAMES CASHIN, Law. Trihune, Delta The- ta Phi: President, Law Student Asso- ciation: Moot Court. CHARLES N. COMPTON, Law. Phi Delta Phi: Moot Court. ROBERT JOSEPH CONCANNON, Law. Phi ' Delta Phi: Moot Court, trial action, CHARLES L. CRAMER, Law. Delta Theta Phi. I JOHN CRICHEN, Law. BERNARD EVELOFF, Law. Legal Aid Bu- reau. A CHARLES A. FULLER, JR., Law. Phi Delta Phi: Law Review, Assistant Editor. THEODORE FURRY, Law. Phi Alpha Del- ta: first place Moot Court: Law Review, Assistant Editor. WILLIAM F. CvILLEs,'Law. Dean's Honor Roll: VVho's VVho: Law Review, Asso- ciate Editor, Boolc Review Editor: ln- tramurals: Phi 'Delta Phi. PHIL HAUCK, Law. Historian, Phi Delta Phi: Moot Court: Secretary, Law Stu- dent Association. NORMAN HAYNES, Law. Dean, Clerlc of the Exchequer, Delta Theta Phi. EUGENE W. HIATT, Law. Delta Theta Phi. JAMES HORN, Law. Delta Theta Phi: Moot Court. IRA A. JONES, Law. Phi Alpha Delta: Senior Editor, Pandex: Assistant Law Lihrarian. STANFORD M. KATZ, Law. GEORGE KESSLER, Law. MAURICE D. KNIGHTON, Law. Dean's List: Mathematics Cluh, -L. A.: Psy- chology Cluh, L. A. HOWARD MCFADDEN, Law. Phi Alpha Delta: Moot Court. TED V. MCGUIRE, Law. MANFRED MAIER, Law. Moot Court. DONALD E. MILLER, Law. Master ol Rit- uals, Delta Theta Phi: Moot Court. J. W. MOODY, Law. Phi Delta Phi: Law Review, Assistant Editor, Recent De- cisions Editor, Comment Editor, Re- search Editor l Special Editioni: Legal Aid: Dean's Honor Roll. JOHN MOORE, Law. Phi Delta Phi. ALBERT NELSON, Law. Trihune, Della Theta Phi. DWIGHT PARKER, Law. JERRY POLLAK, Law. ROBERT RASSE, Law. Delta Theta Phi: VVho's Who: Dean's Honor Roll: Moot Court. VERLYN AILEEN REESE, Law. Secretary. Phi Delta Delta. ROSEMARY ROBERTS, Law. Vice Dean. Kappa Beta Phi: Editor, Panclex: Moot Court: Legal Aid. HAROLD E. ROGERS, Law. Phi Delta Pllii Judge, Moot Court. JAY MACEY ROSENBLUM, Law. Law Re' view, Board ol Student Editors and 4 ED l SA 1 J U1 l l CH 1 CL I HE I I ROI f E Y n 'l f n 1: d v If F I1 cl AN' L ROB I. LEO U1 A I si P li EUC P FRAI Sl pe FRET SI OTH T1 V5 DON BI aw. Phi action. lta Theta Aid Bu- Jhi Delta Editor. lpha Del- 1 Review, n's Honor ew, Asso- lditor: ln- Phi Delta Law Stu- . Clerk of Phi. flta Theta heta Phi: ha Delta: stant Law 1. Dean's , A.: Psy- 'hi Alpha Court. ster of Rii- mt Court. 1 Phi: Law lecent DC- fditor, RC' ionl: Legal Phi. une, Delta Theta Phi! ,onor Rolll Secretal'Y' Vice Dean' undexi Moot i Delta Phi? U. Law Re" Editors and Contrihutors: Deans Honor Roll. EDWARD SCHMITT, Law. Phi Delta Phi: Dean's Honor Roll: Treasurer, Law Students Association. SAMUEL CHARLES SHERWOOD, Law. Presi- dent, Phi Delta Phi: VVho's Who. JULIA COLEMAN SIMRALL, Law. Moot Court: Associate Editor, Pandex: Freshman Counselor: Kappa Beta Pi. CHARLES H. SLOAN, Law. Clerk, Rush Chairman, Phi Delta Phi. CLEMENT SULLIVAN, Law. Dean's Honor Roll. HENRYVTAGER, Law. Clerlc, Phi Alpha Delta: VVho's Who: Law Review, Business Manager: Moot Court. ROBERT JAMES TAYLOR, Law. President, Student Council: Vice President, Law School: Ellison Cluh, Moot Court Winner: Phi Delta Phi: B.A., Eco- nomics: VVho's Who: Vice President, Treasurer, Bounder Fraternity: lnter- Fraternity Council: Hoho Day Chair- man: U-News Sports Editor: Vice President, Freshman Class, L.A.: Presi- dent, Sophomore Class, L.A.: Uni- versity Players: Kangaroclcs: Delta Chi: Kangaroo Staff: Freshman Activity Award: Student Christian Association: lnternational Relations Cluh: All Stu- dent Association Award. ANTHONY S. THOMAS, Law. Tribune. Delta Theta Phi. ROBERT E. UPP, Law. Phi Delta Phi: Legal Aid Clinic. LEO HOWARD WHINERY, Law. Law Re- view, Editor - in - Chief: Justice, Phi Alpha Delta: Legal Aid Bureau: As- sistant Law Lihrarian: VVho's Who: PAD Delegate to National Conven- tion. EUGENE WILHELMSON, Law. Phi Delta Phi: Moot Court. Pharmacy FRANCIS OLIVER ADRIAN, JR., Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA: Secretary, Ep- person House: Pharmacy Solthall team. FREAS, WILLIAM BRITTINGHAM, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA. OTHMER CHARLES CHAPMAN, Pharmacy. Treasurer, Student Branch APhA: VVho's Who. DONALD R. COOLEY, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA. RAYMOND JACK DAVIDSON, Pharmacy. Stu- dent Branch APhA: Vice President, Kegon fraternity: lnter-Fraternity Council: Athletic Council: Hoho Day. CHARLES STUART DICKSON, Pharmacy Student Branch APhA: Missouri Phar- maceutical Association. GARLAN E. DONALDSON, Pharmacy. Stu- dent Branch APhA. ROBERT EUGENE GALVIN, Pharmacy. Stu- dent Branch APhA: Theatre: Radio Vvorlcshop. ALBERT WALTER GEBHART, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA. JOSEPH ANTHONY GLENSKI, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA. CURTIS G. HARKER, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA. KENNETH D. HESTER, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA. LEON C. HILLS, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA: Epperson House Coun- cil: Kegon Fraternity. HOWARD LEON HOERATH, Pharmacy. Stu- dent Branch APhA. LAWRENCE RICHARD JABENIS, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA: B.A., Biology' Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity. JOHN J. KLOTZ, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA: VVhO's Who: Student Council. JOHN D. LILJESTRAND, Pharmacy. Stu- dent Branch APhA. ROBERT T. LOGAN, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA. ' RICHARD T. MATTHEWS, Pharmacy. Stu- dent Branch APhA. A. ROLAND Nix, JR., Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA: A Capella Choir. CHARLES FREDRIC OBERMIER, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA: Assistant Lah lnstructor: Dean's Honor Roll. I BENNIE GEORGE OWENS, Pharmacy. Stu- dent Branch APhA. GEORGE SAIDY, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA: Treasurer, Newman Cluh. LEWIS S. SCHANKER, Pharmacy. Student Branch APHA: Lah Assistant: Dean's Honor Roll: Victor Wilson Scholar- Ship. FRANCIS P. SEEFURTH, Pharmacy. Stu- dent Branch APhA. MARVIN D. SHALINSKY, Pharmacy. Stu- dent Branch APhA. ALBERT E. SHOUSE, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA. ROY MARVIN TAYLOR, JR., Pharmacy. Stu- dent Branch APhA. THOMAS GLENN WIGGANS, Pharmacy. Student Branch APhA. Dentistry HENRY M. ABERLE, Sahetha, Kansas. Em- poria State College: Omicron Kappa Upsilon: Xi Psi Phi. JAMES M. ALLEY, JR., Augusta, Kansas. University of Kansas: University of Wichita: Crown and Bridge Ap- pointment: Oral Surgery Appoint- ment: Graduate fellowship in Oral Surgery:'Delta Sigma Delta. N. E. ALLISON, Taherville, Missouri. Warrenshurg State College, B.S. De- gree: lowa University: University of Missouri. CHARLES ALLMAN, Anderson, Missouri. Delta Sigma Delta. DONALD B. AMEN, Cummings, Kansas. University of Kansas: University Ol Kansas City, B.A. Degree: Student Council: Secretary, Social Chair- man, Psi Omega. GORDON A. ANDERSON, Salt Lake City, Utah. University of Utah, B.A. De- gree: Student Council: ,Delta Sigma Delta. LLOYD E. ANDERSON, Douglas, North Da- lzota. Minot State Teachers College: University of North Dalcota: Wil- liam Jewell College: Delta Sigma Delta. BARRETT ANDREWS, Lawton, Oklahoma. Olclahoma A and M: Cameron Jun- ior College: Psi Omega. VV. S. BISHOP, Kiowa, Kansas. Fort Hays, A.B. Degree: Kansas State College: Northwestern University: Washing- ton Universityg Arlcansas A and M. ROBERT F. BOLINGER, Caney, Kansas. Colleyville Junior College: Univer- sity ot Kansas, B.S. Degree: Psi Omega. WILLIAM W. BOSWORTH, Salt Lalae City, Utah. University of Utah: Crown and Bridge Appointment. GEORGE R. BRAHLER, St. Ioseph, Mis- souri. St. Joseph Junior College: Surgery Appointment: Delta Sigma Delta. HAROLD l. BRAMMER, Wichita, Kansas University of Wichita, A.B. Degree: Student Council: Secretary, Sopho- more Class: President, Junior Class: VVho's Vvho: Grand Master, Delta Sigma Delta: Honor Roll: Omicron Kappa Upsilon. 225 CLYDE VV. BROWN, Liherty, Missouri. University of VViChita, Xi Psi Phi. HENRY L. BUIKSTRA, Downs, Kansas. Calvin College, A.B. Degree: Xi Psi , Phi. NEWTON L. CALHOUN, Eldon, Iowa. Stu- dent Instructor, Dental Anatomy and Prosthetics, Omicron Kappa Upsi- lon, Psi Omega. O. M. CARTER, Parma, Kansas. Univer- sity ol Arkansas. KENNETH J. CHATFIELD, Independence, Missouri. Psi Omega. WILLIAM CLIFTON, Wellington, Missouri. Xi Psi Phi. FRED VV. COOK, Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City, Missouri, Junior Col- lege, Delta Sigma Delta. A WILLIAM H. COTTRELL, Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City, Missouri, Junior College, Surgery Appoint- ment, Chaplain, Psi Omega, Omi- cron Kappa Upsilon. KEITH H. CRUSE, Salina, Kansas. Kansas State College, Xi Psi Phi. EUGENE P. DYE, Kansas City, Kansas. Colorado University, Grand Master, Psi Omega, Bushwhacher Commit- tee, Social Chairman, Psi Omega. JOSEPH B. EASTEP, Wetumha, Oklahoma. Oklahoma A and M, VVichita Uni- versity, President, Xi Psi Phi, Omi- cron Kappa Upsilon, Dean's Honor Roll. RALPH VV. EDWARDS, Kansas City, Mis- souri. Rockhurst College: VVarrens- hurg State College, University of Kansas, A.B. Degree, Vice Presi- dent, Xi Psi Phi, President, Student Council. A' PAUL V. FORSYTHE, Edmond, Oklahoma. Central State College, Edmond, Ok- lahoma, B.A. Degree, B.S. Degree: President, Sophomore Class. AUBREY GENTRY, Trenton, Missouri. Trenton Junior College, Kirksville State Teachers College, Central College, Fayette, Missouri, Delta Sigma Delta. RALPH R. GIBSON, Denver, Colorado. University ol Denver, University oi North Carolina, Crown and Bridge Appointment, Psi Omega. EARL M. CIOTTSCHALK, Lindshorg, Kan- sas. Bethany College, B.S. Degree, Bushwhacher, Assistant Editor, Ap- pointment in Oral Medicine, Psi Omega. PURL D. GRIMSLEY, Kansas City, Mis- souri. University of Kansas, Ap- pointment Pedodontia, Appointment in Surgery, Delta Sigma Delta. RALPH GUILFOIL, Eshridge, Kansas. Ap- ' pointment to Crown and Bridge, Appointment to Surgery, Psi Omega. MIKE HALL, Ada, Olzlahoma. East Cen- tral State College, Ada. Oklahoma. REX HANCOCK, Laddonia, Missouri. Vvestminster College, A.B. Degree, Rush Captain, Xi Psi Phi. EDWARD HART, Kansas City, Missouri. University of Missouri. MARTIN HATFIELD, Kansas City, Missouri. University ol Kansas. ROBERT VV. HAYES, Stewartsville, Mis- souri. St. Joseph Junior College, Surgery Appointment. MERLE DALE HAYS, Lenora, Oklahoma. Oklahoma A and M College, Ap- pointments in Surgery and Pedodon- tia, Delta Sigma Delta. JOHN I. HENSE, Kansas City, Missouri. Rockhurst College: Vice President Senior Class, Xi Psi Phi. CHARLES HICKS, Kansas City, Kansas. Kansas City, Kansas, Junior College, Junior Grand Master, Psi Omega. THOMAS VV. HILL, Wehh City, Missouri. University of Cveorgia, Joplin Junior College, Delta Sigma Delta. BRUCE HOLMAN, Phoenix, Arizona. Kan- sas, State College, B.S. Degree, Worthy Master, Scrihe, Delta Sigma Delta. DALE HUDSON, Calico Roch, Arhansas. Arkansas Polytechnic College, Psi Omega. GENE R. HUTTIE, Russell, Kansas. Fort Hays Kansas State College, Uni- versity of Nehraska, University of Missouri, Xi Psi Phi. DOUGLAS IRWIN, JR., Kansas City, Mis- souri. Kansas University, Rockhurst College, Psi Omega. SETSUO ITO, Denver, Colorado. Univer- sity of Denver, B.A. Degree, Student Assistant, Partial Dentures, Omicron Kappa Upsilon, Delta Sigma Delta. R. SHALE KEMPER, Sedalia, Missouri. Central College, Fayette, Missouri, Bushwhacleer, Art Editor, Business Manager, Surgery Appointment, Psi Omega. l JOHN E. KENDRICK, Kansas City, Mis- souri. VVilliam Penn College, North- west Missouri State Teachers Col- lege, Kansas City, Missouri, Junior College, Xi Psi Phi. OSCAR KIMBROUGH, Monticello, Arkansas. Arkansas A and M College, B.S. Degree, Oral Surgery Appointment, Xi Psi Phi. BERNARD L. KINDRED, Kansas City, Kan- sas. Kansas City, Kansas, Junior Col- lege, Pedodontia Appointment, Pe- dodontia Award, Psi Omega. HERBERT R. KROB, Olzlahoma City, Okla- homa. University of Oklahoma, B.S, Degree, Treasurer, Psi Omega, Ap- pointments in Encodontia, Pedodon- tia, Surgery. TULLY L. LALE, Ohlahoma City, Okla- hom. Oklahoma A and M College, Kansas City, Missouri, Junior Col- lege, Cvrand Master, Psi Omega. THOMAS S. LAWLIS, Lenora, Kansas. Kan- sas State College, VVichita Univer- sity, Bushwhaclzer, Editor, Xi Psi Phi, Secretary, Senior Class, VVh0'5 Who. ERNEST E. LAWS, Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City, Missouri, Junior Col- lege, Student Council, VVorthy Mas- ter, Delta Sigma Delta, Surgery Ap- pointment. JOHN A. MARSH, Overland Parh, Kansas. JOHN RAYMOND MARSH, Kansas City, Missouri. Kansas City, Missouri, Junior College, A.S., Chief inquisi- tor, Psi Omega. DANIEL J. MCATEE, Coffeyville, Kansas. Colleyville College of Arts and Sciences, University of Kansas City, B.A. Degree, Appointment in Endo- dontia, Surgery, Psi Omega. DOUGLAS T. MCCALL, Arkansas City, Kansas. Arkansas City Junior Col- lege, Southwestern College, Win- field, Kansas, Tennis and Baskethall team, Zip Rush Chairman, Program Chairman, Bushwhacleer Ball, Ap- pointment in Surgery, VVho's Who: Xi Psi Phi. BILLIE D. MCOREW, Girard, Kansas. Kansas State Teachers College, Em- poria, Kansas, Kansas State Teach- ers College, Pittshurg, Kansas, Psi Omega. CLYDE C. MCKINNEY, Parsons, Kansas. Arkansas A and M, Parsons, Kan- sas, Junior College, Delta Sigma Delta. CURTIS H. MCKINNEY, Excelsior Springs' Missouri. William Jewell College- ROBERT C. MCLEMORE, Madison, Mis- souri. Moherly Junior College: Xl Psi Phi. DONALD L. MELLOR, Grand Rapids,MiCl1- igan. Emmanuel Missionary COI- lege. CHARLES E. MILLER, Marquette, Kansas- Kansas State College, Bethany CDI' lege: Pedodontia Appointment: Xi GEC MEI JAM: KEN LEO CHI PAU Ron Hon RAY Sur Vim Rus fity, Kan- Inior Col- nent: Pe- rga. lity, Okla- ioma, BS. mega: Ap- Pedodon- ity, Olela- fl College: Inior Col- Jmega. nsas. Kan- ta Univer- fr: Xi Psi iss: WhO's , Missouri. unior Col- ortl1y Mas- urgery Ap- rle, Kansas. nsas City, Missouri. ief lnquisi- le, Kansas. Arts and ansas City. it in Endo- ega. Lnsas City, lunior Col- lege, Win- l Baslcetball n: Program Ball: AP' Iliols Wlw: -fl, Kansas. ' follege, Em- ltate Teach- Kansas: Psi , ms, KansaS- l xrsons. Kan' Delta Sigma sior Springs' :ll College- idison, Mis: College: XI lapids, Mich' .ionary Col- ette, Kansas' Setliany Col: mintment: Xl Psi Phi. GEORGE MINDEMAN, Tulsa, Olelalioma. University of Olclatioma: Omicron Kappa Upsilon: President, Senior Class: President, Student Council: Valedictorian, Senior Class: Ap- pointment in Surgery, Pedoclontia: Psi Omega. MERLE D. MORGAN, Kansas City, Mis- souri. Psi Omega. JAMES L. MORROW, Oskaloosa, Kansas. University of Kansas: Omicron Kap- pa Upsilon: Xi Psi Plii. KENNETH K. NAGAMOTO, Los Angeles, California. Delta Sigma Delta. LEO L. NASSIMBENE, Denver, Colorado. University ol Denver: Atliletics Di- rector, Delta Sigma Delta: Treas- urer, Senior Class: Surgery Appoint- ment: Omicron Kappa Upsilon: Oral Surgery Fellowsliip. CHARLES V. NEATH, Kansas City, Kan: sas. Mississippi State College:,Roclc- liurst College: Psi Omega. PAULL E. NEED, Ellsworth, Kansas. Olcla- lioma City University: Delta Sigma Delta. ROBERT R. NEEDHAM, Lebanon, Missouri. Kansas City, Missouri, Junior Col- lege: Psi Omega. l'loMER F. NEIL, Parsons, Kansas. Par- sons Junior College: Kansas State College: Xi Psi Plui. RAYMOND NIETERT, Newlzirlz, Oklahoma. Olclalioma Military Academy. SUEWO OKAZAKI, Honolulu, Hawaii. University ol Hawaii: Omicron Kappa Upsilon: Pedodontia Ap- pointment: Delta Sigma Delta. VIRGIL O. OLSON, Lindstnorg, Kansas. Betlaany College, AB. Degree: Pros- tlietic Appointment: Xi Psi Plii. RUSSELL PARMAN, Grant City, Missouri. Maryville, Missouri, State College: Lowry Clinic Appointment: Surgery Appointment: Psi Omega. JACK C. PENTICUFF, Kansas City, Mis- souri. Pedodontia Appointment: Xi Psi Phi. ELWIN A. PETERSEN, Newton, Utah. Utah State Agriculture College: Delta Sigma Delta. CHARLES R. PHILBRICK, Lincoln, Kansas. Kansas State College: Xi Psi Plii. XVILLIAM H. POYSER, Kansas City, Mis- souri. Kansas City, Missouri, Junior College, A.S.: Psi Omega. JAMES W. REYNOLDS, Pine Bluff, Arkan- sas. Arlcansas A and M College: Xi Psi Phi. WILLIAM H. ROACH, Olzlatioma City, Oklahoma. University of California: Central Missouri State College: Ol:- latioma City University: Vice Presi- dent, Xi Psi Plxi. NORMAN W. ROBINSON, Holdenville, Ole- lalioma. University ol Tulsa: Olcla- lioma A and M: Vice President. Fresliman and Sopliomore Class: Delta Sigma Delta. DONALD C. SANSOM, Salt Lalee City, Utah. University of Utali: Delta Sigma Delta. R. I-l. SCI-IAPER, Coloraolo Springs, Colo- rado. Colorado College: Colorado University: Psi Omega. CHARLES C. SCHOOLER, Maitland, Mis- souri. Wolford College: Kansas City, Missouri, Junior College: Peclodon- tia Appointment: Psi Omega. CHARLES SCHROEDER, Kansas City, Mis- souri. University of Kansas City. A.B. Degree: Xi Psi Plli. EDWARD J. SHANAHAN, Coffeyville, Kan- sas. Colfeyville College: Secretary. Student Council: Omicron Kappa Upsilon: Surgery Appointment: Psi Omega. JAMES A. SKINNER, Norman, Oklahoma. Kansas City, Missouri, Junior Col- lege: University of Olclalioma, BS. Degree: Student Council: Delta Sig- ma Delta. M. D. STEINHERT, McPherson, Kansas. Betliel College: McPl1erson College: Psi Omega. LYNN L. TEMPLE, Webb City, Missouri. Olclalioma Military Academy: Texas College of Arts and lndustries: Treasurer, Delta Sigma Delta. STACEY L. TOOLE, McGeliee, Arkansas. Arlcansas A and M College: Olcla- lioma City University: Surgery Ap- pointment: Xi Psi Plii. MORRISON E. WALTERS, Butler, Missouri. Central Missouri State College. JACK E. WELLS, Kansas City, Kansas. Kansas University: Pedodontia Ap- pointment: Surgery Appointment :' Xi Psi Phi. EUGENE W. WHITE, Snohomish, Wash- ington. Secretary, Freshman Class: Assistant, Pliysiology: Psi Omega. JOHN L. WILLIAMS, Hickman Mills, Mis- souri. Kansas State College: Nortli Dalcota State College: Delta Sigma Delta. HARVEY H. WIPF, Tacoma, Washington. Santa Barbara State College: Valley City, N. D., State Teachers College, B.A. Degree: Surgery Appointment: Psi Omega. WAYNE A. WOLF, Weatherlny, Missouri. Secretary, Junior Class: Softball, Baslcettmall, Psi Omega. RHAME PAUL WOOD, Olaemah, Okla- homa. Olclalioma Military Academy: East Central State College: Central State College: Vice President, Soplio- more Class: Xi Psi Plii. 227 Plc Kangaroo A Agron, Aileen, 20 Albanese, James, 30 Alpart, Richard, 56 Anderson, Victor, 96 Arens, Beverly, 20, 95 Arfsten, Robert, 20 Asher, Madeline, 52 Avey, Charlotte, 20, 93, 95 Aylmer, William, 26, 91 ' Baellow, Leon, 26 Baggett, George, 20, 97 Bailey, Donald, 100 Bain, Hazel, 93 Baker, Eunice, 93, 97 Baldwin, Jane, 30, 54, 79, 98 Barnard, Barbara, 33, 36, 49, 58 Barns, J. V., 96 Barr, Thomas, 26, 37, 62, 65, 68, 87 Barry, Barbara, 26, 79 Barth, John, 30, 98 Bartolac, Therese, 30, 39, 74, 81 Bashor, John, 96 Bass, Patricia, 33, 93, 97 Beck, Barbara, 30, 54, 57, 60, 61,79 Becker, Herbert, 96 Benedict, Noralee, 43 Benner, Janet, 93 Bernheimer, Fred, 96 Berner, Joachim, 26 Bernstein, Jerome, 26 Best, Constance, 30, 48 Bisel, Raymond, 96 Bishop, Melvin, 20, 37, 39, 50, 91, 92 Birmingham, Corky, 48 Black, Mary, 20 Blackwood, William, 20 Blake, Ruth, 93 Blumenthal, Bea, 100 Bowman, Jerry, 20 Brassfield, Armenta, 26 Breuer, Beverly, 30, 55, 83 A Briggs, Joan, 26, 82, 83 Broderson, Margaret, 93, 97 Brooklng, Robert, 89 Brown, Ardis, 20, 93 Brown Beverly, 20, 54, 68, 74, 77 99, 101 Brown Charles, 97 Brown, B rown Don, so, 54, 91, 98 Lloyd, ao, so, ez, 12, 91 Brown Mary P., 20, 81, 95 Brown, Roy, 26 Brungardt, Jaunita, 26, 37, 99, 100 Bruns, Carl, 20 Bryan, Dale, 101 Bryan, Floyd, 26 Bryant, David, 26, 62, 64, 87 Bukaty, Leonard, 20 Bunker, Arthur, 39 Burke, Charles, 38, 100 Burkhart, Lucille, 20, 81 Bush, Adrian, 30, 57, 85, 100 Butler, Marjorie, 46 228 t I d C Capper, Robert, 26, 50, 91 Carlson, Carol, 26, 79 Carney, Ada, 21, 79, 93 Carpenter, Tom, 26, 36, 55, 92 Case, Mary, 55 Chance, Ray, 21, 87 Chartrand, Jane, 30, 36, 83 Christensen, Jean, 46, 75 Christman, Henry, 30 Clark, John, 21 Claxton, James, 30, 89 Clay, Don, 39 Clements, Dick, 99 Clifton, James, 54 Cohen, Paul, 37, 56 Coldsnow, Roberta, 30, 74, 83 Colhour, Melvin, 21 Conn, Robert, 21 Cook, Patricia, 33, 49, 58 Coons, Carolyn, 33, 36, 97 Cordoba, Celso, 51 Cox, Harry, 21, 96 Crain, Dr. W. L., 56 Craven, Robert, 33, 49, 58, 72, 87 Creal, Harry, 21 Cubbison, Laura L., 93, 97 Cummings, John, 48, 51, 54 Cunningham, Roy, 97, 99 D Dalaba, Orin, 100 . Dale, Mary L., 30, 60, 77 Daily, Bill, 40, 41 Davidon, Zona, 33 Davidson, Jack, 88, 89 Davis, Estella, 26, 100 Davis, Evelyn, 30, 81, 94 Davis, Joan, 40 Davis, Paul, 33, 90, 91 DeAngelo, Delores, 30, 78, 79 Denny, Charles, 26 Dering, Charles, 92 Destler, Carol, 30, 79 DeVall, June, 30 DeWitt, Robert, 26, 48, 55, 85 Dreiling, Ronald, 26, 87 Dunlap, Beverly, 97, 100 Dunn, Maurice, 21 E Eastham, John, 33, 91 Eckart, Delores, 26, 65, 83 Eckart, June, 26, 83 Economy, Mary, 97 Edwards, Ralph, 72 Ellison, Art, 40 Erickson, Page, 26, 85 Eucock, Jim, 48 Eveland, Verlyn, 27, 37, 68, 87 Eveloff, Bernard, 21 Ewing, Nancy, 27, 80, 81, 101 Eyles, Betty, 21, 95 F Falcone, Marie, 21, 74, 79 Falk, Al, 21 Farlish, Joanne, 27, 81 Faas, Rudy, 98 Ferril, Robert, 30 Fiedler, Leatha, 30, 77 Finkle, Bob, 57 Fish, Norman, 21 Fisher, Brenda, 46 Fisher, Peggy, 94 Fitzgerald, Charles, 21 Fletcher, Doris, 30, 81 Flynn, Bill, 51 Flynn, Robert, 60 Foreman, Margaret, 30, 54, 56, 53 Forsythe, Don, 33, 91, 97 Foster, Anne, 48 Fox, Gerry, 55 Freel, Mary, 27 Freeman, Sue, 48 Friedman, Harold, 21 Frizzel, Chuck, 46 Fuller, Allen, 52 G Garrett, Kenneth, 21 Garvey, Jack, 53 Gatchell, Seth, 92, 101 George, Barbara, 33, 98 Gepford, Larry, 49 Gilbert, Gilgus, 21, 87 Glassman, Sidney, 30, 85 Goldstein, Lawrence, 27 Gorman, Mary J., 27, 79 Gorman, Robert, 27, 56, 100 Graham, Marolinn, 31, 83 Grammer, Mary J., 49 Graner, James, 21, 85 Grant, Roy, 27, 39, 50, 54, 91, 92 Gredell, Betty, 31, 46, 77, 93, 98, 99 Gruen, Lise, 31, 77, 96 Gulizia, Joseph, 21 H Hall, Mary A., 31, 46, 83 Hamilton, Dallas, 89 Hamilton, Robert, 27, 60, 87 Hadsell, Kenneth, 54 Hanebaum, Kenneth, 31, 57, 62, 64, 87 Hansen, Niels, 31 Hansing, Richard, 21 Harper, Patricia, 31, 79, 97 Harrington, Cornelia, 40, 43 Heinke, Roger, 100 Helms, Richard, 92 Hendricks, E. W., 97 Hennessey, Sarah, 22, 36, 83, 93 Herman, Eugene, 87 Herriman, Jack, 22, 49 Heydon, Ruth, 20, 39, 52, 68, 74, 75, 81, 100 Hicks, James, 27, 46, 87 High, Janice, 94 Hill, Feraldine, 31, 83 Hill, Robert, 73, 87 Hills, Leon, 89 Hinkley, Chester, 96 Hinton, Judith, 22 Hirschman, Lewis, 53 Hittner, Anne, 27, 74, 79 Hobson, Martha, 98 Hock, Jerome, 22 Holden, Don, 31 Holt, Charles, 38 Holt, Vernon, 33, 91 Holtzen, Robert, 33, 54, 57, 91 Hopkins, William, 87 Hougland, David, 27 Howell, Diane, 22, 50, 54, 74, 75, 81, 100 Huddleston, J. R., 98 , Hudson, Jack, 20, 37, 42, 49, 54, 68, 72, 87 Huff, Joann, 31, 46, 60, 79 Humphries Shirley, 98 Hunholz, John, 100 Hurst, Rebecca, 97 Hutchins, Roger, 99 Ingles, Jane, 93 Inman, Virginia, 94 Innazzo, Salvatore, 31 J Jackson, Henry, 33, 50, 52, 91, 92 Jacob, Shirley, 31, 52, 77, 98 Jacobes, John, 31, 51 Jamison, William, 55, 87 Janda, Betty, 52, 55 Jarnevic, Noel, 22 Jeffers, Patsy, 31 Jenkins, Charles, 22, 101 Jenkins, Forest, 22 Joe, Margery, 22, 57, 79 Johnson, Dale, 46 Johnson, Elbert, 22 Johnson, Kenneth, 22 Johnson, Nancy, 27 Johnston, Joan, 31, 96 Jolley, Jay, 27, 92 Jones, Dale, 22, 90, 91 Jones, Exie, 27, 93 Jordan, John, 22 Joslin, Donald, 27 Jouras, James, 87 K Kaasa, Joe, 27, 77, 99 Kahn, Charles, 27, 46, 86, 87 Kalebaugh, Dorothy, 31 Kamp, Nico, 22 Katayama, Paul, 27 Kelley, William, 91 Kelly, John, 22 Kelsay, Gene, 27, 45, 91, 92, 97, 101 Kelmer, Shirley, 93 Kemner, Gerald, 31, 92 Kemp, Alan, 27, 48, 51, 55, 85 Kemper, Donna, 33, 48 Kenney, Karen, 31, 50, 65,'81 Kent, Martha, 31, 74, 75, 77 Keuffer, Mel, 51, 96 King, James, 92, 97 Kirby, Shirley, 22, 68, 77, 101 Kirk, George, 87 Klamm, Helen, 22, 98, 101 Klimek, Stanley, 96 Kniseley, Dick, 96 Koffler, Carl, 22, 53, 55 Koger, Frank, 52 Kosovitz, Herbert, 22, 100 Kraft, Carol, 54, 60, 68, 77 Krauland, Larry, 56 Krueger, Mickey, 98 Kunert, Janet, 27, 79 Kurz, Carl, 27, 63, 87 Kurz, Shirley, 31, 83 La La La Le. 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Lol Lol Lyt Ma Ma Ma Ma Ma Ma Ma Ma Ma Me Me Mil Min Mii Mi1 Mil Mn Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mc Mc Mc Mc Mc Mc Mc Mc Mc Mc Mc Mc Mc Nal Nas Nam Net Nei Nev Nic Nie Nie Noi Noi Nov Nix Nix Rafael, 99 74, 54, 91, 3 B7 92, 97, s, as ,101 77 101 L J 77 L Lang, Robert, 30, 37, 54, 56, 72, 87 Langsford, Frank, 31, 60 Larson, Dale, 38 League, Robin, 39, 51 Lee, Chai S., 97 Lee, Chai O., 97 Leveske, George, 33 Lewis, Bernard, 27 Lewis, Jacqueline, 31, 98, 100 Licata, Diane, 56 Lillis, Mary, 48 Lindgren, Carl, 27, 37, 69, 87 Lockridge, Kathryn, 27, 81 Long, Lewis, 22, 92 Long, Robert, 27 LoScalzo, Joan, 23, 83 Loudermilk, Ramona, 23, 69, 79, 101 Loughbom, Robert, 23 Lytle, Robert, 31, 87 M Mach, Joseph, 23, 85, 89 Manning, Carder, 27, 97 Magnuson, Vivian, 56 Manovill, Martha, 31, 81 Marks, Leonard, 31, 85 Martin, Betty, 97 Marts, Lee, 40 Masterman, Louis, 46, 73 Mayes, Linda, 27, 37, 56, 74, 80, 81 Merrill, Lane, 27, 43, 97 Meyer, Melvin, 31, 91 Michaels, Shirley, 33, 97 Middleton, Charles, 33, 85 Mitchell, Betty, 79, 90 Mitchum, Robert, 31, 85, 100 Mittlebach, Mila, 27, 79 Mnookin, Barbara, 23 Moelter, Ivo, 27, 87 Moks, Eino, 31, 96 Monk, Beverly, 31, 46,' 83 Monroe, John, 27, 87 Moore, Charles, 40 Morris, Florence, 31, 56, 77 Mouri,'Carl, 62 Mouri, Suds, 46 Mc McCall, Doris, 94 McCann, Max, 23, 89 McClellan, Charles, 53 McClernon, Francis, 101 McCue, Daniel, 33, 91 McCullough, William, 53 McDonough, John, 87 McGrew, Robert, 27, 96 McKee, Don, 48, 87 McKee, Ron, 46, 48, 87 McLeroy, James, 23, 100 McMorrow, Christine, 28, 77 McWhorter, Mary, 26, 74, 83 N Nally, Virginia, 46 Nash, Dolores, 57 Nauit, Cliff, 38, 100, 101 Neher, Helen, 97 Nelson, Lloyd, 31 Newberry, June, 23, 79 Niccum, Floyd, 31 Niedens, Alverta,.72 Nielsen, Paul, 31, 91 Nordbrock, Marlene, 26, 75, 79 Nordyke, Robert, 97 Norrid, William, 54, 57, 60, 61, 72, 73, 87 Nix, A. R., 97 Nixon, Jack, 31, 52, 87 0 O'Brian, Katherine, 79, 101 O'Brien, Cynthia, 33 Oetting, Albert, 23 Ogg, Bill, 53 Osterle, John, 92 Otto, Mary L., 28, 94, 98 P Packwood, Carole, 33 Packwood, Willa, 28, 54, 79, 98 100 Palmasino, James, 28, 92, 97 Parelman, Robert, 28, 85 Parks, Stanley, 32, 85, 100 Parry, Thomas, 28 Patterson, Annabelle, 48 Payne, Robert, 87 ' Payne, William, 46, 57, 63, 87 Peake, Merwin, 23 Pearson, Andrew, 96 Peck, Walter, 26, 36, 55, 62, 64 69, 72, 87 Penell, Darlene, 28, 79, 93, 97 Perlman, Esther, 56 Peterson, Glen, 98 Peterson, Gorden, 98 Peterson, Niles, 23 Piehler, William, 101 Pierce, Jackie, 28 Pitts, Al, 28, 92, 97 Plowman, Paul, 53 Poe, Joan, 32, 52, 77 Pollak, Robert, 33, 89 Porter, Chastain, 33 Prather, Noel, 100 Propst, Betty, 23, 95 0 Quinley, Margaret, 32, 79 Quinn, Betty Jane, 23, 99 R Rayburn, Clyde, 28 Ready, Karleen, 28, 81, 101 Redd, George, 85 Reeder, Beverly, 28, 81 Reiber, Joyce, 28 . Rendina, John, 32, 88, 89, 100 Reyling, Frederick, 23 Reynolds, Claudine, 33, 48 Reynolds, Robert, 87 Rice, Clovis, 23, 87, 101 Rice, Ted, 32 Rice, Virginia, 48 Rickel, Norma, 23, 98 Ridpath, Clark, 28, 100 Rings, Reed, 32, 91 I Salter, James, 36, 41, 87 Sandercock, Edythe, 93 Sarachek, Al, 42, 43 Scardino, Edith, 24, 81, 99 Scherzer, Lou A., 33, 57 Schleibs, Marlene, 97 Schmutzer, Gene, 32, 85, 100 Schupback, Lowell, 24 Schwartz, Norman, 24, 85 Scott, Peggy, 41 Seely, Kenneth, 53 Seek, Ruth, 28, 94, 98 Selle, Richard, 24 Settle, Marilyn, 97 Shaffer, Helen, 33 Sherman, Marian, 24 Shons, Kenneth, 24 Shouse, Joanne, 32, 48, 83 Shroeder, John, 40 Shumate, Jo A., 99 Shypper, Miriam, 28 Sigler, Norma, 94 Silvey, Lawrence, 62 Simmons, Kenneth, 96 Sinclair, Richard, 32, 96 Sircus, Manon, 28 Ulricksen, Ann, 28, 54, 79 V Van Noy, Robert, 25 Varney, William, 30, 62 Veatch, Virginia, 33, 77 Violett, Ted, 32 W' Waddell, Romaine, 25, 37, 74, 83 Wade, Elaine, 33, 39 Wade, Willa, 32, 79 Waggoner, Frank, 28, 97, 99 Wallace, Jane, 100 Walters, Morrison, 72 Warfel, Richard, 87 Waters, Doiores, 77 Watson, Ann, 38, 100 Weeks, Leroy, 32, 85 Weigland, Robert, 25 Weldon, Sharlene, 25, 37, 69, 74 Siso, Oscar, 60 Smallwood, Francis, 98 Smith, Edson, 24 Smith, Jean, 32, 79, 93, 97 Smith, Robert, 24 Smith, Shirley, 32 Snare, Leroy, 32, 100 Snow, Ruby, 33 Soetaert, William, 24, 42, 92 Spaniol, Jean, 24, 83, 100 Spitzer, Ralph, 96 Springer, Margery, 24, 93, 95 Stapp, Carol, 28 75, 79 white, Betty, 32, se, 77 white, White, Emogene, 25, 93 William, 101 Rips, Jack, 53 Rips, Merle, 53 Robinson, Rosalie, 28 Rock, Kenneth, 28, 48, 51, 52 I ss, as Rogers, Donnis, 33, 57, 58 Rogers Lorraine, 23, 79, 95 Rogers Margaret, 23, 69, 79, 93, " 95 Romeu, Rose, Leonard, 23 Ross, Florence, 50 Rowe, Milton, 24, 62, 65 Royer, Bonnie, 28 Rubenstein, Jeanne, 28 Ruechel, Rudy, 33, 91 Rudd, Roger, 23 Russell, Kenneth, 24, 39 Russell, Mary, 24 Ryherd, Marvin, 24, 92 S saeger, victor, 32, 96, 100 Said, Beverly, 100 Starnes, Kay, 20, 36, 37, 39, 41, 47, 69, 74, 79, 95 Staves, Norma, 32, 81 Stegman, Joan, 55, 97 Steele, Max, 32, 92 Stein, J. D., 20, 72, 85 Stephens, Eugene, 28, 85 Stevensen, Lola V., 98 Stewart, John, 28, 85, 97 Stewart, Ralph, 28, 85 Stickel, Douglas, 24 Stimach, Roy, 32 Stone, Dave, 53 Stoppel, Georgene, 55 Stower, William, 87 Strauss, Dorothy, 24, 36, 46, 57 69, 74, 83 Strick, Veronica, 28, 81 Stroud, Herchel, 28, 91 Stubbs, John, 43 ' Stutz, Robert, 32, 96, 100 Sudvarg, Thelma, 24, 74, 83 Sussdorf, Dieter, 32 Swade, Leonard, 64 Sweeney, Leo, 24 Swyer, Dave, 33, 48, 49, 60, 87 T Tager, Henry, 25 Tate, Richard, 87 Taylor, Jack, 28 Taylor, Lou, 28, 79 Terry, Gene, 28, 87 Thomas, Arndld, 91 Thompson, Carl, 25 Thornton, Roy, 48 Thorp, Mary, 28, 57, 83 Thorp, Shirley, 28, 83 Tibbs, Mariana, 25 Tobias, Alice, 32 Tousley, Dirk, 89 Townsend, Louis, 51 Treadway, Roy, 99 Trotter, Nancy, 33, 48 Trout, Donald, 32 Trusell, Fred, 28, 36, 98 Trump, Ben, 32, 100 Tucker, Turner, William, 25, 87 Pauline, 93 Wiggins, Tillman, 100 Wilfley, Mary A., 50, 52, 57, 81 Williams, Glen, 25 Williams, Jim, 99 Williams, Violette, 94 Wilson, John, 25 Wilson, LaVerne, 33, 94, 97 4 4 Winat, Mary C., 33 Woolen, Phyllis, 77 Pandex A Alexander, James C., 112 Allen, Thomas J., 110, 124 Anderson, Alvin, 110 Austin, June, 128 Banowetz, Leonard, 112, 114, 116, 117 Barnthouse, Edwin, 110 Beasley, Charles F., 110, 124 Belsey, Clarence, 124 1 Besheer, Norman, 113, 127 Bills, Horace M., 110, 127 Blackford, J. W., 110, 114, 127 Blackmar, Charles, 107 Blue, Henry, 113 Bridgman, Stan W., 114, 126 Brown, Roy W., 110, 126 Bryan, Floyd, 113 Burnell, Edna, 125 Burress, Frederick, 110 C Cameron, James N., 118, 112 Campbell, Edward, 112 Caselman, Tom, 119 Cashin, James, 105, 110, 122, 124 Carrol, Edgar S., 118 Charmley, Genevieve, 128 Charmley, Shirley, 128 Chartrand, Joseph, 110, 124 Clark, David H., 110, 121, 123, 127 I Cook, Rodney, 112 Compton, Charles, 110 Concannon, Robert, 110, 127 Cramer, Charles L., 110, 124 Crisp, James, 113, 126 Cummings, John, 113, 127 D Davidson, Robert, 122 DeLeve, Gene, 113 DeVeney, J. Robert, 118 Donaldson, Warren, 113, 124 Duncan, Morris, 112 Dunlap, Helen, 125 Dunlop, John, 110 E Edmonson, Milton, 112, 127 Ellin, Kenneth, 113 Eveloff, Bernard, 121, 112 Ewing, Robert J., 119 F Farden, Dorothy, 125 Fiddler, Charles F., 106 Fish, Norman, 113, 127 Fitch, Mabel, 125 Fitzhugh, Don, 112, 126, 129 Friedman, Harold, 113 Fuller, Charles, 11'0, 127 G Galvin, Robert, 110 Gardner, Charles, 113 Gilles, William, 110, 109, 114 Glover, William, 112, 127 Goehring, Ima, 125 Greenman, Earl, 112, 120, 126 Grubbs, Mary, 128 H Hargrave, Elmo, 112 Hartley, Hollis, 112, 121, 122, 126 Haynes, Norman N., 110, 119, 124 Heitz, Rudolph, 106 Henry, Schubert, 127 Hodgkinson, Gladys, 125 Holliday, Harold, 112 Holtgraves, Philip J., 110, 124 Hopkins, Samuel, 113, 126 Hughes, Virginia, 125 Hynson, Bettye, 125 J Jaben, Lawrence, 110 Jones, Ira, 110, 126 Jouras, James, 113, 126 P K Katz, Stanford M., 110 Keck, Helen, 128 Knighton, Maurice D., 119 Kochery, David, 107, 115 Kyle, Frank, 112, 126 L Landis, Bruce R., 110, 124 LeBrethon, Bernadine, 125 Lester, Tiera, 125 Lombardo, Louis, 113 Loughbom, Robert, 112 M Mauer, James A., 111, 119, 124 Maynard, Floyd J., 111, 124 Meeker, Charles, 126 Middlekamp, Florence, 128 230 Miller, Donald, 111, 119 Miller, John, 119 Moody, J. W., 111, 114, 127 Motter, Eual, 113 Mc McAtee, Donovan, 113, 126 McCampbell, Trudie, 125 McCue, Carroll, 112 McFadden, Howard L., 118 McGuire, Ted V., 110, 118, 127 McMullen, James L., 118 N Nelson, Hubert E., 106 Newberry, June, 113 Niedens, Alverta, 111, 115, 121, 122, 123, 125 P Peake, Merwin W., 111, 126 Peterson, Nile, 112, 127 Peterson, William R., 106 Prichard, Blanche, 125 Pugh, Conrad O., 111 R Randolph, Lewis, 112, 127 Reese, Verlyn, 111, 124 Roberts, Rosemary, 111, 116 Robrock, Hermia, 28 Rogers, Harold E., 111, 127 Rosenblum, Jay M., 111 S Sanders, Robert, 112, 122, 126, 131 Scurlock, John, 107, 115 Sherwood, Samuel C., 109, 111, 127 , Short, Lulu, 125 Siggins, Ray S., 111, 124 Simpson, Lenore, 128 Simrall, Julia, 111 Sloan, Charles H., 111 Speca, John, 107, 117, 120 Speers, Austin, 121, 126 Stower, William, 113 Tager, Henry, 109, 111, 114, 126, 131 Taliaferro, Monroe, 116, 117, 122, 123 Tanner, Alice J., 109, 111, 125 Taylor, C. J., 112, 126 Taylor, Jo Z., 125 Taylor, Robert, 111, 127 Thomas, Anthony, 111 Thornburg, Allan, 113 Thurman, Win, 112 Upp, Robert, 111 Volz, Marlin M., 106 Wells, Fred, 126 Whinery, Leo H., 107, 109, 111, 114, 122, 126, 130 Whipple, David, 112, 117, 118, 121, 123 white, Richard, 112, 116, 111, 118, 119, 121, 123 Winbigler, W. W., 113 Wolff, Hans, 107 Mortar 4 A Adams, Robert, 145 Alewell, Douglas, 142 B Barnes, David, 138. Beck, Billy, 142 Beeson, Robert, 145 Beezley, Clarence, 145 Beggs, Charles, 145 Bergman, Kenneth, 145 Bisciglia, Frank, 145 Bradsher, Hugh, 145 Branum, Maurice, 145 Brittingham, Freas, 138 Burks, Robert, 142, 156 C Chapman, Othmer C., 137, 138 Chun, David, 138, 150, 152, 158 Cooley, Donald, 138 Conrad, Doyle, 142 Conrad, Willard, 142 Craig, Loyd, 142, 154, 155, 156, 159 Darville, George, 145 Davidson, Jack, 142 Dickson, Charles, '157 oinwiddie, william, 142, 156, 159 Dmrsck, T. T., 135, 149, 153, 158, 159 Donaldson, Garlan, 138 Dreher, Imogene, 142, 150, 158 Dubin, Phyllis, 148, 152 Duensing, David, 145 E Esrig, Harold, 145 Evans, Henry, 142, 145 F Felemonski, Anthony, 142 Francis, Carl, 145 Franke, Edward, 142 G Gasser, William, 148 Gibson, Ewing, 142 Glenski, Joseph, 138 Goodfriend, Hal, 142, 156 Greene, Everette, 145 H Hamilton, Dallas, 142, 157 Hardwick, Bobbie, 142 Harker, Curtis, 143 Hartwell, Charles, 159 Hayden, Charles, 143 Hayes, Richard, 145 Hedges, Ethel, 143 Hemry, Vaughn, 145 Henshaw, Paul, 157 Hester, Kenny, 156 Hills, Leon, 143, 157 Hoehn, W. M., 134, 153 Hoerath, Howard, 139 Hoke, Jack, 143 I Holderman, Henry, 148, 152 Holtry, William, 146 Hourigan, Jerome, 143 Howerton, Robert, 146, 152 J Jabenis, Lawrence, 139 Jamison, Bernard, 143 Jamison, William, 146 Johnson, Frank, 152 Kalenbach, Kaniel, 143 Katz, Harvey, 152 Kilkenney, Vincent, 143, 152 Kirk, George, 143, 150 Klimek, Stanley, 146, 158 Klotz, J. J., 137, 139, 152, 154, 158 l Kolkin, Frank, 146 Kraft, Herschel, 146 Kratofil, Katherine, 148, 152 . L Lawrence, E. 0., 146, 158 Liljestrand, John, 139 Logan, Robert, 139 Lorenz, Gerald, 146, 152 M Magee, Harold P., 137, 139, 150, 154, 155, 158, 159 Mahaffey, Fred, 143, 150, 155, 158 Mahoney, Timothy, 143, 157 Mallams, George, 148 Marquez, Eduardo, 139, 153 Martin, Richard, 139 Matthews, Joe, 146 Matthews, Richard, 139 Melia, Bernard, 148 Melmed, Moses, 143, 156 Meredith, K. C., 143 Mikoliza, Zolton, 143 Monaco, Ed, 144, 157 Morgan, Lawrence, 148 Morris, Frank, 139 Morrissey, Robert, 139 Mc McCallan, James, 139 McCleary, Edgar, 146 McDonough, Margery, 154 McVey, Shirley, 148, 152 N Ninas, Donald, 148 Nix, A. Roland, 144, 154 Nordyke, Robert, 146 Norrid, William, 144, 150, 152 O O'Bannon, Joe, 148 Orlando, Louis, 146, 152 Osterle, John, 144, 158, 159 Owens, Bennie, 140 Pettigrew, Robert, 146 Phelps, Tom, 146, 158 Pollak, Jerry, 140, 156 R Redd, George, 140, 149 Reichert, Harold, 140 Reinitz, Charles, 146 Rejnin, John, 140 Reynolds, Robert, 144, 157 Ripperger, Dwayne, 146 Rips, Jack, 147 Rips, Merle, 147 Robertson, Fred, 147, 152 Robinson, Ray, 155 Roper, Harold, 140, 156 Ro: Ru Sa Sa Sal Sci Sci Sei Sei Sei Seg Sh: Sha Sha Shi Shi Sin Sol Sta Ste Sto Ste Tay The Tia Tip Tra Tui We Wei We We We Wig Wil Wis Wo Wo Abi Ada Adi Alll Alll Alll Alll Alll Alll Alll Am Am Ani Am Ani Arc Arr Atc Aus Bal Bal Bar Bar Bam Bea Bee 52 :, 154, .52 39, 150, , 155, L57 L53 1 L4 2 4 50, 152 2 , 159 ? 157 V6 152 56 Rosen, Ed, 147, 152 Rubelee, Patricia, 144 S Saidy, George, 140, 149 Sakata, Naoki, 147 Saleeby, William, 144 Schanker, Lewis, 140 Scothorne, Richard, 140 Seefurth, Francis, 140, 159 Seely, Kenneth, 147 Seitz, Robert, 148 Seymour, Barney, 144 Shalinsky, Leo, 140 Shalinsky, Marvin, 140 Shapiro, Walter, 144 Shipman, Harold, 147 Shouse, Albert, 141 Sims, George, 148' Solak, George, 141, 149, 152, 153 Stark, Howard, 148 Steinhaus, Henry, 147 Storm, Thomas, 147, 152 Stover, Donald, 147 T Taylor, Roy, 141, 152, 154 Thomas, Arnold, 147 Tiani, Carl, 144 Tipton, Dennis, 144 Traphagan, Horace, 144 Turner, Robert, 147 W' Weiner, Sam, 147 Weinstein, Ernest, 147, 152 Welling, Bernard, 144, 158 Wesner, Rodney, 148 Weyning, Keith, 148 Wiggins, Thomas, 141 Willits, Lyle, 154 Wisewater, James, 144 Woody, Andrew, 147 Worth, William, 147 Bushwhacker A Aberle, H. 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