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'if' iNv'3"f' f". I3 19' , :ar , law My H JE, ' , f ,: fa B 'S Y' 1 fl ' W W lg dnl Q53 all lldllxih ll-Ls "", il 13 The Presidenhs Charge ln a 'lew rnomenls you 'lalxe leave ol your Universlly. You are proud ol your achievemenls here, and your Universily, your lamily, and your friends are lilcewise proud ol you. ln 'lhe grim almosphere ol our mid-cenlury, we should be 'foolish lo beguile ourselves wilh 'false hopes ol lranquil days ahead, bul il' does nol follow lhal we need 'lo resign ourselves lo inevilable calaslrophe. Cul ol his darlzesl hours ol doubl and apprehension, man has risen 'lime and again lo new viclories and new achieve- menls. Our 'lroubles do nol' spring 'From igno- rance: we lmow-lhe world knows-righl' lrom wrong. Our problem is essenlially moral: lhe will lo lranslale whal we lcnow 'lo be righl irulo deeds 'rhal' are righlz No previous age has been as explosive as ours, bul neilher has any olher possessed richer resources lo build a civilized sociely. We sland on Jrhe 'lhreshold ol whal, wilh courage and con- science, can become a magnrlicenl' period in hislory--magnilicenl in science and induslry, ln lrade and commerce, in lhe arls and lellers, and in inlfelleclual and spirilual achievemenl. Such a period mighl well surpass 'rhe lifrh cenlury ol ancienl Greece, 'lhe lhirleenlh cenlury ol me- dieval Europe, and lhe sixleenlh cenlury ol lhe weslern world, bul' ils allainmenl calls upon l'he deepesl resources of our common lellowship. The 'lirsl arlicle ol lailh in all educalion is 'rhal knowledge and wisdom can and do win oul' in lhe ceaseless slruggle againsl evil--lhe evil man 'foo ollen creales oul ol his own ignorance. The wlse Chaucer described his happy warrior as one who loved clvivolrie, Troullve Ono' honour, lredom ond curlefsfe. This day, as your Universily welcomes you lo 'lhe brolherhood ol ils graduales, il aslxs you +o remember lhese words. No beller mollo 'lor a Universlly was even wrilrlen. Chivalry, Trulh, Honor, Freedom, Courlesy-lhese were 'lhe an- cienl' virlues. They are slill 'lhe virlues. Your lile on 'lhis campus should have helped you lroward lhem. ll' is lhe hope ol your Unlversily, as ll bids you Godspeed, 'lhal' you do nol lorsalse lhem in lhe lulure-lhal, in lhe corrlinuous slruggle lor peace and good will, you will do honor lo your- selves, your alma maler, your counlry, and 'lo'l'l1e "one world" you serve. -CLARENCE R. DECKER A ., ,41s,f" yy-ra '. ss lllr rr, Wu- ,, .f 5 - ,fn ,Ki -- si' rr as wr 4 lim Lf N ffl gym-. -,i ,f y ,J 1, f, fi My 4 ' .40 '-, rl Yip, in .Ziyi K ,Q , 0.--f J" ' 1 , if-,,,r af ' . PM.-aff ' ire 'A'Agill ' 1,7 f '. ,.,,, 6, rw? , 'f MF. f 1 5- . f ., rr ws ,,,,,, ,JM I, 'J 1' "f 'Y 'f WU .. . , ,, anhv.--5,--J Qs fats, l"?"Q,' '- -' ' v f V -V , ., Q ,,,,. f., 7, ., , ry,:.,y,,,, ,, . Q' fl fAg1I'Ly,f'7if , 'gjg ' . Q ,A 1,-Lgf -157, V, J. f. J' - .- X.. . 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'sp X f A lg.1' lr' I .g.F' uv 11 -1- U NTY 4:1 mg Ll-1 I uf' 1.:t f.f" :V ' he TO THE sfudenfs and frfends Of J' Universi1'y of Kansas C'+Y We I953 KANGAROO 511511 pfesems +"'S YW' book-a scrapbook of s'ruden+ hfe. QA 1 4 6 A FF- 1 45 K 9 71 aclivily and inaclrivily, sludenls al worlc and al play . . . Tl-llS IS KCU wffln ,353 ,J ff!'5 T ghl me o'cloc:lc lab, viewed lhrouqlw slill sleepy eyes l. o'cl'oclc class-ellwe ellemoon beslcelball game ,fl v 'api' , 1: Ai by .3109 In-4' . -fi M "I: . Q.--. ' .N , ' 5 --..h 1 -Q ""'- . ' ,.,"' EI "1:- X, ' Nr--.4 A 1' -::- xTublnTuN4cT 'Ia 'H 7 f TIME HAS a way of reviving memories and increas-I ing The values of evenls which have occurred in The pasl. In 'rhe days 'ro come, many of us will have cause 'ro recall 'rhe college year I952-53. II is The hope of Ihe srafl Thai when such a momen'r arrives. The I953 Kangaroo will be hauled down from ils dusly posilion and quierly reminisced over. WITH THIS 'rhoughl' in mind, we have endeavored 'ro record Jrhe oulslanding highlighlrs of Ihe pas? year. Our cons'ran'r desire has been Io make Ihis annual dislincrly a sludenr publicalion accuralely depicfing sludenr life and reflecling sludenf in- Ieresrs. Apprecialion musl be expressed for Ihe many forces which have combined Io make our goal a realiry. FINALLY, AND mos? imporfanl, Ihis is your book, yours +o glance Ihrough, 'ro chuckle and cry over. If il serves you as a personal memenlo of some memorable experience, we will have accomplished our highesl ambilion. .54 f' I I as-www, fs,,,.w-M .,., ,,. AEE?-Ziggy? saiasiaf 5 C- I I fi 4, I 'E l. 1 . Q - 4' if ,if r 'w x yd' ' M131 Aff - , ., nk Z. , , ql X x KS iz 37' W , ly 'f'.'f-W, - " "Af ZQLEZYQQ 'V , " 4 y If X , wk: fi ' V ,. W-MQW 'f ,,,,,,,,w-f ' 2 ,Y ,C X.,X.,n al re 'rf 3Y of ies nd ng lol' ife nal as ark HERE AT KCU, +he small body of ci+izens who personify 'l'his world of spirii' have become well inoculafed wi+h +he accepfance of responsibilify, wi+h 'ihe give and fake of commiH'ee and council. ln an afmosphere of curiosily and alerfness 'I'hey have found answers which will serve fhem well in fuiure days: fhey have fruly come +o know fhe ma+uri'ry for which fhey were sfriving. And when fhey go ouf from if all-from +he fun and fhe disappoinlmenfs, from fhe roufine and 'rhe variely-fhey will carry away someihing nei+her age nor disiance can desfroy, memories of ears well s eni- Y P - . IT IS +o 'lhese persons ihaf we pay iribufe. Wi'rhin +hem- selves fhey have conceived a frue school spirit and s+u- den'rs like 'them will keep if alive as long as college life exis+s. 'ryqhi nf If T 2 z H I 1 -1 5 Z 2 , 1 v I5 .B THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES ERNEST E. HOWARD, CHAIRMAN THE BOARD of -I'rusTees are The UniversiTy of Kansas CiTy's official represenTaTives. Besides conTrolling financial policy, The Board sTands legally accounTable for The com- pleTe operaTion of The UniversiTy. And alThouqh They en- TrusT much of This responsibilify To oThers professionally Trained in The field of higher educaTion, The Board, never- Theless, provides The invaluable counsel and crificisrn essen- Tial To The prosperous life of any insTiTuTion. Ernesf E. How- ard has been chairman of The Board since The formal incorporaTion of The Universify on June 27, I929. TAYLOR S. ABERNATHY R. B. HEWITT JESSE ANDREWS BERT L. HUPP PAUL D. BARTLETT ALBERT R. JONES DAVID T. BEALS L. RUSSELL KELCE W. E. BIXBY JAMES P. KEM WILLIAM J. BRACE JAMES M. KEMPER W. J. BREIDENTHAL HORACE W. KIMBRELL KENNETH I. FLIGG J. J. LYNN W. T. GRANT ARTHUR MAG JOYCE C. HALL ROY A. ROBERTS RAYMOND W. HALL LESTER SIEGEL WILLIAM B. HENDERSON SIGMUND STERN 9 TWENTY YEARS OF ON OCTOBER 2, I933, The Universify opened wi'rh one building, a greenhouse and a garage, a facul+y of +wen'ry-one, a s'ruden+ body of 264, and an inaugural convocafion a+'rended by some 2,000 well-wishers. Today if has sevenfeen buildings, an overall faculfy of approximafely 250, an annual sfudenl' body of around 4,000, and an ever-grow- ing supporf of +he communify. EVEN TO 'rhe seven original members sfill serving on 'l'he Board of Trusiees, fo 'I'he facul'ry and alumni PRCJGRESS of The early years, and +0 lhe 'iirsl' benefaciors and friends who helped +o launch fhe Universily, our achievemenis over 'I'hese fleefing years musi' seem impressive. The record is 'rhe more remarlcable when we remember 'rhaf all we have and all we are doing on fhisvcampus uloday has been buill' in a period of, firsf, economic and social disfress, fhen world war, and now 'rhe coniinuing fhreal of war. We shall indeed be grafeful if we accomplish as much in ihe nexl fwo decades. 1-sr.. 5 xr' ,f g- ,if ,., 3. , ,,, .k Y 2 , .Lg maxi' 5, " ' , .,"3of, 4'T"'.,,.s' '49 'T J Enjoying a momenfs respife from fire frials and problems of Universify E ff? ' direcforslvip are Dr. and Mrs. Clor- , ',, . l,iv3,.r W ence R. Decker in fhe living room ,, we-1 is - sr:-.flEQ"? y X I Vp of fheir home cn' 5100 Rockhill Road. ini' .I , N .4 gr, ,V V I ,tiki 4 am ,f I -cfs' ' HELD in highesl regard by bofh sludenls and faculfy, Dr. Roberf Morfvedf, Vice-Presidenf of fhe Universily, is confinually slriving fo develop sfudenf-faculfy rela- fionships and fo respond gracious- ly fo all sfudenf accomplishmenfs. DR. MORTVEDT was born and reared in Newark, Illinois, and served his undergraduale period af Sl. Olaf's College in Norfh- field, Minnesofa. He acquired his MA. and Ph.D. degrees in Eng- lish liferalure af Harvard. DR. MORTVEDT came fo KCU in 1943 as Dean of fhe Liberal Arfs College and in 1947 he assumed his presenl dufies as vice-presidenf. BUT WE have sel our sighfs even higher. Our lar- gels, on +he physical side, include urgenlly needed dormi+ories for bolh men and women, a general Universily library and a library wing lo l'he School of Law, 'rhe moving of +he School of Den+is'fry +o fhe Volker campus, a new home for 'rhe School of Pharmacy and l'he deparlmenfs of fine arfs, a per- manenl Sludenf Union, and ofher sfrucfures. On lhe educalrional side, lhey include an expanded graduale school, more endowed chairs, lhe en- largemenl of research facililies, and 'lhe exlension of adull educalional opporlunilies. On fhe spirilual side, all plans assume an ever-deepening devolion 'ro our major purpose-1'he enlargemenf of our minds and hearls fhrough knowledge, undersland- ing, and responsibililies. . ' WE TURN now +o 'rhe fulure years of 'lhe Uni- versi'ry in +he delerminalion lhal lhey musl' prove a filling lceysfone 'lo 'rhe pasl 'lwenly years of our labors. PQ. Dr. and Mrs. Roberf A. L. Moff- veclf relax in fhe living room of fheir home, 32 Wesf 57fh Terrace. THE educafion of young men and women for life in a modern, ever-changing world is fhe goal foward which Dr. Clarence R. Decker's efforfs are confinually direcfed. Aufhor, speaker, civic leader and world lraveler, as well as educafor, Dr. Decker only recenfly has added fo his dis- finguished career by serving lasf year as Assislanf Direcfor of fhe Mufual Securify Agency of fhe Ear Easf. On sab- bafical leave from his posf as presidenf of lhe Universify, he was responsible for adminisfering American aid pro- grams in six Ear Easf counfries. BORN in Sioux Cify, lowa, December, 19, 1904, Dr. Decker, early in his educalion, showed high qualifies of scholarship and leadership. ln 1925 he received his BA. degree from Carlefon College, Norfhfield, Minnesofa, and af fhe age of only 23, he received his Ph.D. degree in comparalive liferafure from lhe Universify of Chicago. DR. DECKER joined fhe faculfy of fhe Universify of Kansas Cily in 1934 as chairman of lhe English deparfmenf and in 1937 he was appoinfed vice-presidenl. The following year, af fhe age of 33, he was named presidenl. Since lhaf fime, Dr. Decker has been fhe guiding force in fhe Universify's greaf program of expansion and improvemenl. 9 iffy wal, I 5 ':, -.,,f,,,, ,. V, V ,,ww"'w'm ' 4-QQMV' Agf,fr.fA , A ,gfdfvf 'i " ' v .- .. J! 762 Li I X L---.. " 5--.s Ns... ,Ng iw, is is H Y O 1 17' , 3' 21.2 :f"'Q- " OFFICERS JIM SALTER PresidenT . JIM JOURAS Vice-Presidenl' JANET LINDEMAN SecreTary BILL JAMISON Treasurer JIM SALTER Sfudenf Council Presidenf COIVIPQSED OF represenTaTives oT various classes and organizaTions elecTed by The sTu- denT body, The STudenT Council direcTs iTs acTion Toward a well-conceived program oT sTudenT acTiviTies and a soundly-disTribuTed emphasis among The social, The recreaTionaI, The governmenTal, and special inTeresTs oT college liTe. ITS PRIMARY TuncTions consisT oT The cre- aTion oT various commiTTees To conTrol spe- ciTic Taslcs rising ouT oT The exTra-curricular program, The organizaTion and supervision oT sTudenT elecTions, The TormuIaTion and disTribuTion oT The acTiviTy Tee budgeT, The cooperaTive responsibiIiTy wiTh proper Tac- uITy advisors Tor The social calendar oT The college, The communicaTion oT sTudenT needs and desires To The adminisTraTion, and The seIecTion oT The ediTors and business managers Tor The Two publicaTions, The U- News and The Kangaroo. TI-IE FUINIDAIVIENTAI. worTh oT any STudenT Council lies in iTs inTroducTion To and pres- ervaTic'n oT The ideals oT governmenT oT The people, by The people and Tor The people. xl 'fi lmporfanf legislafion occupies Sfudenf Council mem- bers Jim Jouras, Law School, Tom Barr, LA, Bob Garwood, Pharmacy, Kim Berner, LA, Janef Linde- man, LA, Jim Salfer, LA, Bill Herre, Denial School, Fran Polelc, LA, Don Gibson, LA, Goldie Zarvos, LA, Aff Sfephenson, LA, and Frank Koger, Law School. Nof in picfure: Lamar Byrd, Frosh Denf, Bill Jamison, Pharmacy, and Max Webb, Denial School. STUDENT - , 1 .. ,fd V 'I' I '1 jk 5 9 Aj . 5. Q . -15, g X 4 g j . J, ' ' - f' ff' f ,. .xf f ,fn arf.-. J f, ' , f, iv' I , . 11- Q ,V sg.-g 3,-,I l g 1- -I K - is I fa ill '7 I V 'T-il-" Wifi K f 'S li 'A 2 'Z a. I fi - :lf 4 '-7 ' - 1 fa Iii- Q1-.wi gf . 4 ,, --I 'ir-.TA ' - v - 7 - 2' -au'-in f :.---U . - If -f V , - -' - . '. 1-3' '-2' , ' -- ....,.:.,-, .-454-,-. 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THE PRODUCTION of fhe I953 Kangaroo has been fhe same old sfory of sfruggling under a limifed budgef, organizing greaf quanfi- fies of maferials, and infegrafing CECIL FOLEY Edifor - Liberal Arfs JACK AUSTERMAN Business Manager-Bush wha k nu PAUL PLOWMAN Edifor - Bushwhacker If 1' ls ar o ll' e o a e e 9 RN ef Hacker 'W' x '- fs va. .Q V ' I9 +he secfions of +he various schools. A measure of our success will be delermined by 'rhe way in which you, +he reader, receive if. THE TIME AND TALENT 'rhal wenf in+o fhe malcing of lhis year- boolc came from +he s'ruden+s you see on fhese pages. They' were willing lo clevole a greaf deal of +heir energies in order +h,a'r you mighl have a be'r+er yearbook. No one is more apprecialive of 'rheir willingness lo fake par'r in fhis efforf 'rhan ' The Edifor FRANK KOGER, BOB DEWITT Co-Edliors - Pandex xi-X. TOM PHELPS Edifor - Morfar L Ji wi, my 61 1 As K I , f ff f , fi 7' , Z Q C7 a.vJ,,.-.i,'-,,,...- is R, JANET LINDEMAN - 5 ' ' - 'b I A f R J Bfy BREUER BARESSA B,2.lZf!:fgr'sSophomore Edlfor L: era r s GOLDIE ZARVOS bl . . . ' ... I j Qi . Semor Edlfor--Lfberal Arfs Jumor :or Freshman Edifor-Liberal Arfs JACK HUDSPETH Assisfanf Edifor-Bushwlracker 1 r i K, I f jj fl i Q I jig 2 jx, '1 f" :iii ff' ff 1 "' .4 Of, 2 21' 'P O4 - s 4 2- A .'-25.35" ' ' 1 A'f1.-QF? MORLEY voefL X77 ' 'D A E ' 7 C ,flirt-. . ft, 1 E Business Manager-Pandex Z , 1 ..-.g?'??k'Sw R '. ' LW? A' - X ff A! Z! X'-fa' 555, '-Qs:-s , "f:3'g?9'i 35:3 , QQ' 6 Sv' 'fag-Q' f X pg: 5 1 :bugs ' ' 3-.'.v2?i' 3:-2' N fy R 7"fs J -'CRN 3.94 f 4 Q mx X 119 aqsggvzrz. -" ,. f 415' T ff f f X J ' wifi 2 1 f . G-va A., g bs. ,,. .::?a 1?2E?'F?" .. - R f ,S,o'oQ4"5,-O' ,f f , .exif ff ff 1 cewsfzwe' y fatfsyo , 19-594, 450. zgztwgfl X, Z .F ,Aj-bv, 'Q Q4 , gQ"'2+'f cb 1, 1 xxxsgsys z .Z Q ff!! 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' A 09999 5 'Q U 'Ja f 'A' ,A ,E W Q Q Q 9 Q ' , ANN PRIDGEN 1 f 'I ,. - I yi? -Q 4 :'3"'la: V 4 , :iviillsiiqlgqzfvxtftl,ax .S J I . X- fg - 5 Y -, lv ,L-.Q-I-Xfgffif'-,',w'2-'xx l 1 SocIal EdIfor-Morfar . af 'if 'ff xesxs. Q 9 9 'D 'Tn "' f - ' 1 ' 3. ,Uv l'.x .vu :JA ff 7 -r:,r X,.v5.4i:.3s3x , 5 .5-si, jg? ,1 H-y. fs. ---3. - ,f 4' N '49 -'aw-mm V I A '-M.wv.yv fy A 285 --A-rbw, ' f N X 'N?wYo2"'5 S 'rg-at I, ' , A ' ' Q -if f S, 9936? I V .v Vw -.4 9 'S' X I I I GLADYS VEDROS HOWARD BELL JUDY HOUGHTLIN CECM HAMMONDS Ph . - - ofographer-LIberal Arfs fs I Depdffmenfdf Edlf0f-Llbefdl AffS Business Sfoffiuberal Ads . ? - Business Sfaff-LIberal Arfs f"Yy ai ' RSS fm R' I -1' Al Ab f . its. 'IOOOD -'ff Rv J. Q., I f' X iw N- ui in H ' 11 DICK RODDY Phofographer-Liberdl Arfs i i 1. IP l it h 1 F s F: -'SY' OF. i :Z '.,1,. 3112 7fEf2?Qe:aQfff. l r i l ' . -l A r g I N 4- is 1, I l i 1 , THE UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CITY l , , y , l sr., i .V is .X fl - Nix 61. F" 1' tl . ,I r l 'ji , i :l l r l 1-Va U 1 .gg i il :W ist ,l I pl, lil M BOB CRAVEN-U-NEWS Editor ON THE eve of another school year the staff of the University News can retire from 'rhe 'field with a feel- ing of partial accomplishment To be sure we did not succeed in everything we set out to do, but we are proud of what we did achieve. As usual we were hampered by a limited budget but student partici- pation and interest made up for the deficit We strove for modern malce up, accurate reporting, and subiective editorials. We fried 'ro build a crusading paper-but not a sensational one. Above all, we attempted to give the University a paper which would appeal 'ro every student These were the ideals envis- ioned by the U-News staff a+ the beginning of the year. lt is up 'ro our readers to decide whether or not we have realized these goals. The Edifor 20 111-s Snafu gl-1: Here's a little ditty we snatched out of one of the neighboring college papers: They parted at the corner. She whispered with a sigh, "I'll be home tomorrow night." He answered, "So will I." Marilyn Monroe snaps up a job as judge in the Miss America contest, and seemed filled with humility when every man present admired her badge. l e in l MARY ANN WILFLEY Assistant Editor "King Kong" is back, which proves that movies are better than ever? Freshman orientation par- ticipants will get an example of tolerance from the "OX- Bow Incident." Could be the administration wants to ap- pease the rebellious lot in case tuition should go up an- other couple of bucks. And here we are in the middle of Greek week and fraternities and sororities are rushing full speed ahead. It's only a hard rudder to star- board and two knots up river to Heck week when things really begin rolling. CExcuse substitution of "heck" as one of the niceties of journalismj The local fraternity is pledging I. J. Smedley, who hasn't got much on the ball but can mix "purple passion" like an expert. BOB 0'BYRNE Sports Editor Answer of the week to a Purple Passion party fre- quenter: It may taste like grapefruit juice, but it's got more punch! Our contribution to Num- ber 1, campus substitute for the New Yorker, is a little ditty we "lended the borrowy of" from "Pogo" I likes squash pie And slimy slugs, But best of all Is skooshin' bugs. Campus politicians are re- cruiting members for the Quo Vadis political party. Slogan of the week is, "Our hero is Nero." Which only goes to show that for the best cotton pickin' Coliseum contests and military glory you can't beat the old Roman empire. The party also advocates that you clean out corruption in Wash- ington by burning the place down. His opponents call Nero a "lyre." MIKE HALL Business Manager '5 E H a ,9- ke ot n- or ple VY .6- uo an is to on nd :at he ou sh- ice all ff " "Twenty years of progress" might well be the slogan of the 1952-53 University News. The student publication originated shortly after the founding of the University in 1933 under the name Univer- sity Crest. It was a small paper, 'but a lively one, re- flecting the character of the University struggling through its earliest growing pains. However, the Crest had a brief life, and was soon re- placed by the University News in 1935. From its early history un- til today the paper has been a varied one-changing from year to year to suit the tem- perament of each individual editor and match the g1'oWth of a maturing institution. From a publication for 200 students it became a publica- tion for 1200. From a bi- monthly it became a weekly. From a paper for the Liberal Arts college it also beca-me a paper for Dental, Law, and Pharmacy schools. After twenty years the growth has yet to reach com- pletion. Certainly in the future the University News will change from a weekly to a daily, serving a much larger number of readers plus probable medical and busi- ness schools. Changes in the campus will necessitate equal changes in the University News-they will be gradual but perma- nent. Who can say what the U-News of twenty years from now will resemble? It will certainly be differ- ent from ours as ours is dif- ferent from the Crest. Vol- ume 43520 of the U-News will be merely a bound collection of memories twenty years from now. Yet it will also have been an important link in the formation of the future University News. iii- BARBARA BARNARD if 10304-' Circulation Manager Writing out registration blanks in quadruplicate has filled many a college youth with the desire for govern- ment work. Slightly Stupid, LA freshman, remarked that he was greatly disappointed when he discovered that the "Chorus" cards he got at registration were not free passes to the Follies. LITTLE MAN ON CAMPUS By Bibler DE N T KSTWE U-News reporfers Warren McClure, Terry Mullen, Dick Brown, Clarence Rickman, and Ann Ulrickson look over "haf" copy. HKSTORY llil'lTl'-J A ' -I ,nm W .r"f "I wanna buy one book-'Forever Amber! An' how's about throwin' in book-jackets of 'economics one,' 'business math' and We wait anxiously for the spring elections when the local campus political party will undoubtedly run on a clean-up ticket with legisla- tion planned to outlaw legal- ized gambling in the form of World Series, election, and "dirty eight" bets. Students will probably have to buy S50 gambling permits in order to check out a deck of cards in the Roost. 'f ,sci . 5' ,a 5.4 P 1- , Sk Miss HELEN CRISSMAN 5 A Publications Advisor 21 SEPTEMBER 17 BACK TO COLLEGE FALL . . . SCHOOL . . . STUDENTS . . . Anolher year al KCU- The campus, changing leaves, shorleninq days- Lenglheninq shadows on ivy-lwined buildings- Orienlalion . . . new laces, Tours, discussions, slcilrs, speeches, new friends- Regislralion . . .endless lines, fired feel, cramped hands, money spenl- The Boolcslore .. .pencils and paper, lexls and lhoughls ol lulure sludy- Classes . . , leclures, noles, assignmenlrs, educalion in progress- Aclrivilries . . . The Welcome Dance, inlramurals, commillees, movies, plays- Colleqe days . . . The beslr years ol our lives. YEARBOOK PHOTOGRAPHERS AND BOOKSTORE CROWDS Absorbed in essenfial fexf are Charles Sfolcesberry, Don Barbara Barnard, Mrs. Olin Wilson, Mrs. Roy Niclcum, and Janef Lindeman fake annual phofo fees af regisfrafion. Gibson, Luanice Liffick, Mike Hall, and Judy Houghflin. STUDENTS GET ACQUAINTED SEPT. 20 WELCOME DANCE STILL RECALLINC5 summer memg ories, bul Ioolcing eagerly Ioward fulure days, more Ihan 250 sludenls and IacuI+y, some new, some old, bu'r all energelic and friendly, jammed inlo The Roosl for Ihe firsl evenl ol: The year, Ihe All Sludenl Welcome Dance. A Iighlhearled almosphere, mood music by Ihe Jim Lenge combo, and Ihe Iradilional pie-ea+- ing conlesl guaranleed a good lime for all. J usf dancing , Z A GX A Pax? f' FC .. Iflib i - I, SEPT 26 MOVIE NIGHT A NEW addilion Io KCU social life was Ihe Sludenl Council sponsored Playhouse movie series held on many Friday nighls Ihroughoul Ihe year. Qualily pic 'rures and low admission rales combined Io aHrac+ many sludenls 'ro a nighr of relaxalion. Favori+e Iilms were "The Ivlallese Falcon" and "The Razor's Edge buf a blood and 'rhunder serial "The Green Archer succeeded in being selecled as Ihe mosf popular presenlahon of Ihe season A I ,fx ,IVA I . iiIND Now, msr Muze TD oun CuAwwioN Pif-ffATER--- I " I I 'R 4 .1 n -, . ' N T-A ii Firsf nighfers. 4 1 I ' , w V 1 1 Q, 4 ZYFQ' C- ed .Ie To ve ad re- 3Y a+ S. ' C vofe-fakers Bob Newfon and Terry Mullen OCT.25 BV ' a QUAD DANCE 'T M 5 I Polifics came in wifh freshman elecfions and V C fhe Presidenfial sfraw vofe. Righl: Evereff J' T Q gum. h .. Wheelock and Shirley Kurz casf ballofs wrfh T 1 n IH T f 4 .. --L if-!2 j j: '1 ill! Resulfs of fhe elecfions were announced af ihe annual Freshman-sponsored Quad Dance. The polifical spirif affracfed sfudenis en masse forcing many fo resorf fo fable hopping. Below: Bob Craven, wifh dafe Pafsy Cook, didn'f mind slowing down a minufe fo wafch fhe birdie. Af fhe righf are Excie Jones and Carl Kurz. flons, Goldie Zarvos and Aff Sfephenson. Elsen hower was fhe winner of fhe sfraw vofe. The happy winners of fhe Freshman class elec- TENNIS CAME IN WITH THE NEW STUDENTS X x ' 7. ,I , ffixgfj 4 , 4 , Fefe Hannehaum, LA freshman, men's singles fennis champion. TENNIS RACKETS and Iennis balls soon proved 'ro be as much a parl of KCU as books and homework. Enlhusiasls had invaded Ihe Iennis courls as soon as school was under way. Singles and doubles ladder and eliminalion Iournamenls were organized lor bolh men and women and more 'rhan 75 sludenls and lacully parlicipaled in lhe compelilion. Ideal wealher, few lorleils, and excellenl malch play combined Io make Ihe season a line success. I f, W ? Denial sfudenfs Dick Porch and George Hopkins, men's doubles fennis champs. D fl ,pv- Joanne Shouse gefs ready fo hif one. f I ' i 4, . , Z 4 "1 9 E5 '5 .'- . - ff cz Z - J N fl if-Y 4-r"J" ,-, , Z G A 1 ,pf 5 Lf? gli, '3 ,Q 'X JM T s i " f 1 I '-::" A f 'ff - 15' 5 CMF. , ..- fix ,.:" fir , I l ,M X 1 5 T 4 4 Above: Gerda Lorenz, women's singles champion. Below: Barbara Barnard ana' Shirley Kurz, women's doubles cham- pions. Looking happily foward fufure sporfs is fhe Men's lnframural Council. Fronf row: Jack Ganf, Kennefh Horn, Bob O'Byrne, Bob Garwood. Back row: Bob DeWiH, Ray Morrison, Paul Perme, Coach Ernie Bareham. MEN'S INTRAMURAL COUNCIL Sue Freeman, women s singles runner-up. ALTHOUGH INTERCOLLEGIATE sporls aHrac'r larger audiences and bring more preslige lo a school, inlramurals have by lar a larger number of sluclenls parlicipafing. Alhlelics al The Uni- versily provide a wicle range of aclive compeli- lion for any sludenl Jrhal is inlereslecl. The men's and women's inlramural councils consisling oi represenlalives of each compeling 'ream plan and manage The sporls program. The Direclor ol lnlramurals This year was Coach Ernie Bareham. N ,, , , 1 M ' 3 I 1 , . 'THE WIZARD OF OZ' I ' 5: 2 1. .G , 4 QING 38 99 '1 ChiIdren's Series FRANK BAUM'S well-loved characTers came To IiTe again in This coIorTuI play. DoroThy and ToTo, carried Trom Kansas by a cyclone, search Tor The Wizard who can resTore Them To Their home. In Their Travels They are ioined by a scarecrow, a Tin Woodman, and a Iion. Many adven- Tures occur beTore each receives whaT he wanTs mosT. 1 Q , L f' 4, A3 sn. , 'S ' , li 'Ti I Q T T L E 'We' 49- Above: The Scarecrow comes fo life. "Wiz- ard" was The firsf play given under The new expanded program of fhe Playhouse in co- operafion wifh The Communify Children's Theafre of Kansas Cify. Leff: The audience unloads. Below: We're off fo see The Wizard. THE CAST DoroThy BARBARA RUNYON WiTch of The NorTh ROBERTA WAKEFIELD Scarecrow HUGH FROST Tin Woodman TOM CRAWFORD Lion ARTHUR BUNKER, JR. Guardian oT The GaTes LAWRENCE MCCORMICK l' 4 S37 , WiTch oT The WesT VAUGHAN BURKHOLDER Wizard oT Oz DURWARD REDD Glinda The Good I META ANN KNECHT Munchkins JESSE BENTON DAVID DINGES SUSAN DINGES CHARLES LEWIS BILL WAKEFIELD RANDALL FRIESINGER Johnny The JesTer JAM ES LOCKWOOD 7'- I I ,I 91 ,, I Q. L. I I l I I 3. I l ,l I I , I I I I I I I I I I I I I i 1 I I I I I I I I ! I I TCUCH ! B as We sf' Q31 W Ya X I N I' ? ,I.I 'I as I X ay 3 W: 253 g My ,X fi, TONY SCUDIERO BOB PAYNE I Q 4 ,II, , ' fx ,f Ms - ,iii ,,II V5 I Ihll Bounder I Bounder I M I if I I Iii? I I if s x,I -' g Bounder l, inframural foofball champions, show vicfory smiles. Fronf row: Harold Boofh, Carl Kurz, Buddy Kahn, Ray Morrison. v Back row: Tony Scudiero, Bob Payne, Tom Barr, Carl Lindgren. F I N A L S TA N D l N G S Team Won Losl Tied Bouncler I 6 O O Freshmen 4 2 O Law School 3 A 2 I Frosh Denls 3 2 I Pharmacy School 2 4 O M y Denlal School l 5 O A Bouncler ll O 6 O l Leff: Bob Kafzman, Law, prepares fo fling one againsf Bounder l l. The Bounders friumphed 28-8 fo clinch fhe championship. Bob Garwoocl, Pharmacy, gefs one off iusf be- fore being lagged by Freshman Taylor Boring. Below: Bounder l ace, Tony Scudiero, fades fo pass as Ray Morrison and Bob Payne block. Referee is Dick Erickson. YNE r I lied O 0 l l O O O Po' ob an. F0O'l'BA Y ,gc CARL LINDGREN JERRY REA FRANK ALTMAN Bounder I Freshmen 52 ALL STARS Tl-lE T952 inTramural TooTball season once again Turnished a large number oT Thrills and spills, aches and groans. Law School BOB KATZMAN Law School PAUL PERME Frosh Denfs ,P .y 1 Q'-N InoT picTured Possessing weighT, speed, and Tinesse, a powerTul Bounder l Team romped over all Toes To go undeTeaTed and unTied Tor The second consecuTive year. A young buT eager Freshman Team provided The major surprise as They cap- Tured second place, losing only Twice. The Law School aggregaTion wound up in Third place. An added incenTive To good play This year was The TirsT selecTion oT an all-srar Team chosen by The DirecTor oT lnTramurals, The Dean oT STudenTs, The sporTs ediTors oT The Kangaroo and U-News, and The league reTerees. ln addiTion To Those named, Ray Morrison and Tom Barr, Bounder l, Dick Ericlcson, Law and Gerald Lorenz, Pharmacy, received honorable menTion. Below: The Frosh Denfs pracfice a play. Cen- Ter: Mickey Rowe, Frosh Denf, sfarfs Cl run againsf Bounder l. Righf: Gary Traxon, Phor macy, makes a valicrnf lunge fo sfop a Fresh- ITIGH FUHDEF. ' . t ., 1, 1-:vs-'Q V. -.-ss .,,,,, My fi- 1' A -,rug V ,fi A-Eau. Y . wg-K -in . . V' 1. A B- -. --J, ,. , , . 1.1 , L iw. .m.'::.'+,,.,., 'rt' 1-.Q I f S L f suv?-f 1 ,w3W,. '..+.,,,,,, Y , ,.',, ,TY i ' .. 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K, 1 I 1 I N A ,, S511 l 1 X P W x L KANGARCDO HOP APRIL 23 LEE FOWLER MOST EASCINAYVNG MAN Sigma Bela Sororify FERALDINE HILL KANGAROO QUEEN Sigma Bela Sororify Doroflwy Swanson and Dick Erickson danced fo lhe music of Hal Mcl name band on campus i I7 lhe firsl big years. Fascinafing Lee Fowler crowns Deenie Hill Z-N'-5 Queen of flve Kangaroo Hop as affendanfs N iw Kafhy Dorsey and Sarah Kraff look on. l6fl X I 1 E477 r,'l'l,'f,'f,f,!ffff I I f 'AP PZILX If 4 I 1 f 1 X lf' If L i BUM FRIDAY If , X ,ff If fy t 15 J. ff! V Wwims Y l 1 -5 J . y , 1 7, Don Gibson is resurrecfed. INTRAMURAL QHAMP ONS INDIV DUAL SPORTS TEAM SPORTS Aerial Darls lsinqlesf Bob DeWiH LAW SCHOOL Baslcelball ldoublesl Bob DeWE'H' DENTAL SCHOOL Jack Ganl' LAW SCHOOL Arclwery Cecil Foley BOUNDERS Bowling PHARMACY Badminlon lsinqlesl Larry Fellcner FROSH DENTS ldoublesl Bob DeWiH LAW SCHOOL Foolball BOUNDERS Larry Fellcner FROSH DENTS Handball lsinqesl Roberf Bolcelman FACULTY Soflball PHARMACY lcloublesl Roberf Bolcelman Marfin Levi? FACULTY Traeli BOUNDERS Ping Pong lsinglesl John Oesierle PHARMACY lcloublesll Bob DeWi'H Volleyball BOUNDERS Harris Ploflcin LAW SCHOOL Squash Elvin Sayre FACULTY Tennis lsinqlesl Pele Hanebaum BOUNDERS lcloublesl George Hoplcins Dick Porch DENTAL SCHOOL A BA SKE T A L L FINAL STANDINGS MONDAY NlGHT LEAGUE WEDNESDAY NIGHT LEAGUE Team Won Los? Team VVon Losl Rebels 6 O Denlal Sclwool 6 O Soplw Denls 4 2 Bounder l 4- 2 Pharmacy 4 2 Clowns 4 2 Bounder ll 2 4 Vaqaboncls 3 3 Law Sclwool l Freslwrnen 2 4 3 Swlslmers l Froslw Denls 2 4 l Facully O 6 l ' 4 ? SPRING NTRA URALS BY SCORING The rnosT poinTs in men's inTrarnural compe- TiTion clurinq I952-53, The Bouncler TraTerniTy becarne The TirsT organizaTion To ever caplrure The inTrarnural Trophy Tor Three consecuTive years. By cloinq so They gained perma- nenT possession oT The cup. Members oT The Bounders who Toolc parT in The acconnplishmenT: Tom Barr PeTe l-lanebaum Jaclc Nixon Kim Berner Francis Henderson Bob O'Byrne Harold BooTh Jim Jouras Willie Osborn Taylor Boring Bud Kahn WaI+ Peck Diclc Brown Dwaine KurTz Jerry Rea Bob Craven Carl Kurz Tony Scucliero Dicli Friclcson John McCaffrey Bill STower Cecil Foley y Bob Morris Dave Swyer Lee Fowler Ray Morrison Mel Thursby Bob Garwood Bob NewTon Don Troul' Ken Hanebaum Dick Warfel Don Richmond, represenffng fhe Bounders, was The sfcr of fhe frack meef as he placed firsf in four evenfs. T .i, Q? . f S ri. ' -r . ,V i-'1, ig 1 l i 1 ' . i I 35 Y , 'li f Erase . if - ,T ivfifii ' 'uf' if lf Sw f ,' T , 'vs ' 1 T T 3 j , a -0 l -Pi ! 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I 'X LPQLQ, Cjf Xwlx Dxhib-7:5 I .1 Z tZ-Q .Z-L-t-I f-R 'TTD sLlfUX W . n 1 1 1 W I I L . HAAG HALL THOUGHT, INTELLIGENCE, IS THE DIGNITY OE A MAN, AND NO MAN IS RISING BUT IN RRORORTIGN AS HE IS LEARNING TO THINK CLEARLY AND EGRCIBLY, OR DIRECTING THE ENERGY OE HIS MIND TO THE ACQUISITIGN OE TRUTH. Williom Ellery Channing AS A resulf of fhe adminisfrafive crisis in February, I-Iarold Buschman, chairman of fhe Philosophy deparfmenf, was named an Acfing Dean of fhe School of Liberal Arfs. I-Ie replaced Norman N. Royall, Jr. THE CAREER of your Universify has coincided wifh a period of greaf uncerfainfies-economic, polifi- cal and educafional. AII of us are fhe heirs of fhese uncerfainfies. Their confinuing force makes com- plex and infense fhe life of foday's graduafe of fhe Liberal Arfs College. You, fhe graduafes of l953, are now moving beyond your Liberal Arfs ex- perience af fhe Universify info a world where wars are sfill being foughf, economic dislocafions are a fhreaf, and careers may be inferrupfed. You feel, neverfheless, fhaf you are emerging info an era of broad expansion of professions, vocafions, and enferprises. Though fhis expansion is as yef far from adequafely realized, you can face your world wifh new hopes, and fhese hopes were nof presenf fo many who preceded you. AS AN alumnus you will look back and examine carefully your infellecfual and social odessey. You will wish fo share fhe wisesf of your views wifh fhose who follow. Thus Liberal educafion may effecfively perform some of ifs excellenf fradifional funcfions and may well carry on fhe explorafion of cerfain greaf new areas of endeavor. These new areas of endeavor fhe expanded opporfunifies of our day make available fo fhe graduafe who is af all alive fo his Universify experience. ONE OF fhe greaf ideals of fhe Liberal Arfs Col- lege in a universify has ever been fo provide men wifh freedom fo venfure in fhoughf as well as fhe abilify fo mainfain perspecfive in fhe broad world of affairs. Under fhis ideal you have shared in some of fhe experimenfs, carried on by fhe greaf univer- sifies from coasf fo coasf, designed fo meef fhe new visions and new opporfunifies. As alumni and HAROLD BUSCHMAN Acfing Deon School of Liberal Arfs as cifizens, you will wish fo reflecf on fhese experi- menfs, and gain a furfher and more mafure per- specfive. If your broadening of fhoughf confinues -somefhing devoufly fo be desired amid fhe nar- rowing influences you are bound fo encounfer- your opporfunify fo bring considered iudgmenfS. hope, courage, and friendly counsel back info fhe honored fradifion of liberal educafion will be greaf indeed. If is upon your shoulders fhaf a goodly parf of fhe fask of keeping fhaf fradifion vifal now falls. The opporfunifies of fhe new day are yours! so are ifs responsibilifies. May you meef fhem wifh energy, poise, and discernmenf, as well as wifh ioy. JXQQ.. I ROBERT D W ADAMS ELIOT S. BERKLEY Music Hisfory y ERNEST BAREHAM. JR- HUBERT R. BREUNINGER I X I Physical Educafion Economics HAROLD C BURDICK WILLIAM L. CRAIN Biology French WILLIAM H. CADMAN HELEN JO CRISSMAN Psychology Journalism HORACE B DAVIS BERNARD M. DULSEY Economfcs Spanish JOHN DOWGRAY, JR. SIDNEY E. EKBLAW Hisfory ALBERT ELKIN MANUEL GOTTLIEB PHILIP FEHL Aff FACULTY Chemislfy HENRY H. MAMET Radio if VIEWS QV .54 !4II RENATA W. MEYER German RZ DAwDMoE ,'C5 Physics I X INGOLF H. E. OTTO lnsurance and Manage-menf EIM WAYNE L. REEVE Biology 1 I NORMAN N. ROYALL S. FREDERICK SEYMOUR Mafhemafics Sociology HENRY E. SCOTT, JR. SAMSON SOLOVEITCHIK Ari Russian RALPH SPITZER J. MORTON WALKER Physics Theafre HAZEL M. TOLIVER MARY WEAVER Hislory Music WILLIAM WEIFENBACH CALEB SHIPLEY Philosophy Direclor of Admissions EDWIN J. WESTERMANN W. ROBERT BOKELMAN Higfory Bursar if nv A f SHI T . . f y, f x I I f SUDS MOURI . ALLEN RATZLAFF Assisfanf Bursar HAROLD BUSHMAN Philosophy I y ' 4 1 - 1 I s x . 21 p 4 u 34 'G ,, 4 1 1 z l F i I 5 l .,, ' ORIENTATION Qvifi l Al:'i'.vi ed and I was able To acquire a new respec'r for 'rhe word A a'.. ,er "endure", Our affernoon group mee+ing infroduced me Io an 'rhe game of poIi'ricaI campaigning and I found myself in ,s ,E ready and eager for I I x, "ff A g Q4 ' ?,1--'-,1 Q., .Xa Q , , ' T' .P I DAY II , TW ' F I e yi ies which broughl a morning session of apfifude and inlelli- I ' ' ,S+ gence 'res+s. I wondered whal Ihey expecied of meg a'Her so all, I was iusf new here. In ihe affernoon, I Iisfened 'ro Jim ,es Salfer, Dr. Hendricks, and Mrs. Prinfz Iell of some of Ihe ,rs ac+ivi+ies in which I, a lowly freshman, could parficipale. g ,us I began Io see why I was here-wha? I could accomplish if " 92" 'Q' I only had Ihe inIeres'r and I fell properly inspired for New sfudenfs played polifico like professionals. I I 3 . I vi I 2- ' ,I ll ' ii :YQ E y-NIII5 N' - u .-nf' is .x ny 5 K?LAiTw' Y-Ixaiin-I. f . I 7' ' 1 xy f " Q i ' v-'W c A "-, ,r J! '-1 g sl I x I M t l i"fm's,h'l'll I fi i' il il In all '. ! :Z '11 I 3 I i Allen Rafzlaff - Faculfy Advisor I Q ..,. ' L 1 Il E y . If 4 . U4 6 Y '4 - ir' -7'f, if r M--3 The new-sfudenf elecfed Sfeering Commiffee r' fi , Goldie Zarvos, Carl Tuforino, Marvin Ufhe, Aff Hugh Haighf shows how fo gef where you wanf fo go. Sfephensonl Judy Houghflin, Howard Bell. Nof in piclure: Bill Neale. -J 'Vw Y., ,y, , rrrl . ff gf 1 H V' 4- I I ,ii l' X it pp. , X u X4 W' ' J if' , - if guru-sq-4 H' I bf., .nn ' i ' ' :M 15574 if W? V w N533 CN ,-,, fywmmavw Mn, M719 mvwfailfew nw n- ia r - ,., if-A , ?' ed- qfgfff 4 ,- Sl J." A ' .4, .,, . B'-.1 -- dl eg 3, if fy' ff 6' 5 2 V A 5 gi 2 If ' f i' ' ' , 'ZS7-.gjfz , ,f 1 r ! H f ,', f A , My 4- ,1- J NN 1 ,lk 'El , m wry K ':3gf1??fi"? Mv ,,9,Af,. , wamwr N ia.-,W , fkfd'1Q' -f NM, ., .w.g..' N 1 X FN 'EUS 4 A 1 . -. 1 1 x N FRAN POLEK Councilman-of-forge JANET LINDEMAN Councilman-of-forge T' fnof picfuredl 1 DON GIBSON KIM BERNER POL nc n on of forge Councffmon-of-forge uf-'A PUX 3 .1 ART STEPHENSON Councilman-of-forge X4 L Q Kava X frffx THE BOUNDERS PUT OUT FX FEW Il CAMPAIGN POSTERS FUR GOLDIE ZARVOS Councilman-of-forge L ff 1 ' if M Ernesrine L. Ausffn Ned Bahr Harold E. Boofh Charles V. Brennan J' Rollie R. Baldwin Edward J. Belan Armenia Brassfield Beverly Breuer SENIORS ERNESTINE L. AUSTIN Kansas Cify, Mo. Psychology NED BAHR ' Kansas Cify, Mo. 1 Economics ROLLIE R. BALDWIN I Kansas Cily, Mo. Psychology Presidenl, Scholarship Club. THOMAS D. BARR Kansas Cily, Mo. Hisfory and Governmenf I EDWARD J. BELAN Kansas Cify, Mo. Economics KIM BERNER Slavanger, Norway Economics Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies: Sludenl Council: Bounder: Presidenl, Cosmopolilan Club: Ivlen's In- lramurals: Radio Worlcshop: Scholarship Club: lvlosl Fascinaling Man. HAROLD E. BOOTH Kansas Cify, Mo. Aff Presidenl, Bounder: Me-n's Inlramurals. ARMENTA BRASSFIELD Kansas Ci+y, Mo Aff CHARLES V. BRENNAN Kansas Cily, Mo Law BEVERLY BREUER Kansas Cify, Mo Psychology Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies: Treasurer, Sophomore Class: Officer, Sigma Bela: Fulure Teachers of America: Senior Edilor, Kangaroo: Re- porler, U-News: Women's lnlramurals: "The York Na'rivi'ry:" "The Warrior's Hus- band:" Co-Chairman, Fall Prolic: Chair- man, Unifed Funds Drive: Panel of Americans. V I? Z I Q 1 2 f f li -Eff' . Q55 - ii iigpigz - - fi 1 ,- 1Ei1,X SENIORS RONALD BROKAW Kansas Cily, Mo. English Language and Liferalure Chrislian Club: Easy Chair. LLOYD F. BROWN, JR. Kansas Ci+y, Mo. Economics Ollicer TKNg Presidenl, Sophomore Class. WALLACE CHOCK Kansas Cify, Mo Chemislry HENRY M. CHRISTMAN Kansas Cify, Mo Hisfory and Governmenf Vice-Presidenl. German Club: Eealure Edilor, News Edilor, Associale Edilor, U- Newsi Scholarship Clubg Torch and Scrollg Dean's Lisl. DON CLAY Lee's Summit Mo. English Language and Liferalure TKN. CHARLOUE CLEVELAND Indep., Mo English Language and Lileralure PAUL COHEN Kansas Cify, Mo l-lisfory and Governmenf Who's Who in American Colleges and Universiliesq Presidenl, Scholarship Club: President Torch and Scroll: Dean's Lisl. RONALD D. CONRAD Kansas Cily, Mo. Mafhernafics ff' 5 WV' Ronald Brokaw Wallace Choclc Don Clay Paul Cohen grand concenfrafion K. 1: Lloyd F. Brown, Jr. Henry M. Chrisfrnan Charlofle Cleveland Ronald D. Conrad 1 f I M, A, William H. Conrad Roger B. Cuneo Mary:l.ee Dale Richard Lee Diesko Melvyn Thomas Cornelius Roy C. Cunningham Evelyn Davis Willi'am H. Drumm, Jr. SENICJRS WILLIAM I'I. CONRAD Overland Parlc, Kans. Economics IVIELVYNA THOMAS CORNELIUS - I ' Kansas Cily, Mo. r Music APO: A Cappella Choir. CONELLA JEAN COULTER A Kansas Cily, Mo. Hislory and Governmenf I ROGER B. CUNEO Kansas Cily, Mo. Psychology ROY C. CUNNINGHAM Kansas Ci'I'y, Mo. Music French Club: A Cappella Choir: Vocal Ensemble. I MARY LEE DALE Kansas Cily, Mo. Hislory ana' Governmenf Ollicer, Bela Zela: Psychology Club: Torch and Scroll: Dean's Lisl. EVELYN DAVIS Kansas Cily, Kans. Music Co Chin: French Club: Vice-Presidenl, Mu P.hi Epsilon. RICHARD LEE DIESKO Kansas Cily, Mo. English Language and Liferafure French Club: Easy Chair: Scholarship Club: Torch and Scroll. WILLIAM H. DRUMM, JR. Scherlz, Texas Economics I V n fl i cl Q in 5-Liam fX Gif .5 QL C ' ' 6 i "S Z K JO X P-3.2,-5 f A if I l A IIE- "' -f -.ji f X 55 s 'lflff INHQ ME SENIORS LAWRENCE DYSART Kansas Cify, Mo. Economics Torch and Scroll. RICHARD HAROLD ERICKSON Kansas Cily, Mo. Hisfory ana' Governrnenf Bounderg Mens lnrramuralsg Chairman, Roosf Commillee. THERON PAGE ERICKSON Kansas Cify, Mo Economics Officer, APO. CLARENCE EUGENE EWAN Kansas Ciiy, Mo Economics WAHNETA M. EWART Kansas Ci+y, Mo. Educofion ANGELO J. FALCONE Kansas Cify, Mo Economics ROBERT L. FERRIL Liberfy, Mo Economics CHARLES P. FLEMING, JR. Kansas Cify, Mo Biology Officer, TKN. ' , ...S QM smiles will malre you happy Lawrence Dysarf Theron Page Erickson Wohnefa lvl. Ewarl Robe-rf L. Ferril Richard l'1'GfOlO' Erickson Clofence Effgene Ewan Angelo J. Falcone Charles P. Fleming, Jr. my X I is-v X r ,..:,,, I i., 'GWB : ,.,- - Wg, L inisyc Lee M. Fowler Sidney Glassman Belly Arlene Grealell Roberl E. Gusfafson Barbara Garris Barbara Graham Leona Hoffman G Lise Gruen reenough sENioRs MARGARET ANN FCREMAN Kansas Cify, Mo. Biology Secretary, Sophomore Class: Secrelary, Liberal Arls College: President Sigma Bela: Women's lnlramurals: "Merchanl of Venice:" Scholarship Club: Torch and Scroll: Dean's List LEE M. FOWLER Kansas Cify, Mo. Sociology Sludenl Council: Bounder: Men's Infra- murals: Radio Guild. BARBARA GARRIS Kansas CH'y, Kans. German HAROLD GERSH Kansas Cify, Mo. Economics L SIDNEY GLASSMAN Kansas Cify, Mo. Psychology Officer, APO: Officer, French Club: Ger- man Club: Psychology Club: Men's lnlra- murals: Scholarship Club: Torch and Scroll: Dean's List BARBARA GRAHAM Kansas Cify, Mo. l-lislory and Governmenl Officer, Sigma Bela: "Orpheus in lhe Underworldf' Dean's List BETTY ARLENE GREDELL Kansas Cify, Mo. Spanish Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies: Secrelary, Junior Class: Presi- dent Bela Zefa: President Pan-Hellenic Council: Officer, Spanish Club: President French Club. LEONA HOFFMAN GREENOUGH Kansas Cify, Mo. English Language and Liferafure LISE GRUEN Kansas Cify, Mo V Chemisfry Qflicer, Bela Zela: American Chemical Sociely: Cap and Gown: Torch and Scroll. ROBERT E. GUSTAFSON Kansas Ci+y, Mo Geology ana' Geography Kangaroclcs. .l..... Tiaaniai I ' .Q V ,I A , refs 5" gp '.1:,I'.",, . iq QL gum Pififl'-fi.. ss 5445. -ff.. 'T We . f, . . . A , 1 4MP':"S'l, ':.' r .--1' , : l '-1 .yiiv-':lT,1.ffav-,r ,f -- ' gf,-fQf,y:5s.f I. .- , - .-7 I A' ' '11 n'f,q-'Q'-L: . .1-9 -Q gm-.L ' -- -er-.7-12 ., fm' . - 1 .,,, ,. ,uf 7 I 5.1 ' 41 "X 4 4 X-' . ' Q ' .4 5 KJ, ,' . f .A is E! .1 un- -,7 ,. . . .owl . SENIORS HUGH G. HAIGHT Amarillo, Texas Hislory ond Governrnenr Who's Who in American Colleges and Universiliesg Vice-Presidenl, Junior Class: Sludenl Council: Torch and Scroll: Dean's Lisl. MARY ANN HALL Kansas Ci+y, Mo. English Longuoge ond Lilerolure Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies: Presidenl, Sigma Bela: Presi- denl, Pan-Hellenic Council: Eurure Teach- ers of America: Easy Chair: Circulalion Manager, Business Manager, U-News: Women's Inlramurals: "The Warrior's Husbandf' "The Yorlc NaIiviIy:" Panel oi Americans: Chairman, Communilry Cheslr Drive. RONALD KEITH HENRICKS Kansas Cify, Mo. Economics Torch and Scrol. FERALDINE HILL Kansas Cify, Mo. English Longuoge ond Lilerolure Officer, Sigma Bela: Eulrure Teachers of America: Easy Chair, Reporler, U-News: Women's Inframurals. JOHN JEROME HUNHOLZ Kansas Cify, Mo. Economics SALVATORE IANNAZZO Kansas Cify, Mo. Biology Scholarship Club: Torch and Scroll. GLENN H. ILLIG Kansas Cify, Kans. Economics VIRGINIA INMAN Lee's Summif, Mo., Music Mu Phi Epsilon. :QE 1 Hugh G. Hoighf Ronolo' Keilh Henricks John Jerome Hunnolz Glenn H. lllig geology-physics building Mary Ann Holl Feroldine Hill Solvolore lonnozzo Virginio Inman li Joan Johnsfon James P. Jouras Charles Marlin Kahn Gefgld E. Kemnef Shirley J. KUVZ Jeanne M. Lake Henk G- Lcngyfofd Josephine Loeffler fhe boys played baslcefbcsll SENIORS JOAN JOHNSTON Independence, Mo. Chemisrry Presiclenl, Bela Zelag Officer, Pan-Hel- lenic Councilg American Chemical Socieiyg Torch and Scroll. JAMES P. JOURAS Kansas Cify, Mo. English Language and Liferalure CHARLES MARTIN KAHN Kansas Oily, Mo. Malhemafics Presidenl, Bounclerg Men's Inlramuralsp King oi Hearls. . A GERALD E. KEMNER Kansas Cify, Mo. Music Vice-Presideni, Phi Mu Alpha: Torch and Scroll. SHIRLEY J. KURZ Kansas Cify, Mo. Psychology A Secrelary, Sophomore Class: Officer, Sigma Bela: Women's lniramuralsg Wom- en's Inlramural Council: Kangaroo Hop Oueen. I JEANNE M. LAKE Kansas Cify, Mo. Educafion Sigma Bela: Women's Iniramurals. FRANK G. LANGSFORD Lee's Summif, Mo Economics Scholarship Club. JOSEPHINE LOEFFLER Kansas Oily, Mo I Music Mu Phi Epsilon: German CIubgA Cappella Choir. SENIORS LESTER C. LOVETT Kansas Cify, Psychology LAWRENCE LEE LUMPKIN Kansas Ci+y, Biology Men's lnframurals. ADELINE MARSHALL Kansas Cify, Sociology CHRISTINE MCMORROW Kansas Cify, English Longuoge ono' Liferofure Officer, Belra Zerag French Club. JOHN LOUIS MEDITZ Kansas Cify, Economics ROBERT L. MILLER Kansas Cify, Economics ROBERT G. MITCHUM Kansas Ci+y,. Biology CARLOS MORI Kansas Cify, Foreign Languages ond Liferolure FLORENCE MORRIS Kansas Cify Che-misrry ond Biology President Belra Zerap Officer, Pan-HeI- Ienic Councilg A CappeIIa Choir: Cap and Gown: Torch and Scrollg Panel of Amer- icans: Dean's Lis'r. 'Ra Sv W 6 Q Lesler C. Lovell Lowrence Lee Lumpkin Adeline lVlOfSlWGll Chrisline McMorrow John Louis Meclifz ,Qobeff LA Miller l?olDerlG.lN4ifcl'1urn Florence Morris oncl so dial lhe girls Jack Galen Nixon Beverly Pafch Gloria G. Fenner George Palrick Phillips sENloRs JAMAL MUZAFFAR Kansas Cify, Mo Biology-l-lisfory ana' Governmenf JACK GALEN NIXON Kansas Ci'ry, Mo Sociology Vice-Presidenl, Bounderg Spanish Club: Sporls Edilor, U-News: IvIen's Inlramurals: Radio Workshop: Scholarship Club: Torch and Scroll: Dean's Lislg Co-Chairman, Fall Frolic. JULIA ELLEN PARKINS Kansas Ci+y, Mo English Language and Liferafure Easy Chair. - BEVERLY PATCH Kansas Cify, Mo Educalion Radio Workshop. N. EMERSON PATON, JR. Kansas Ciiy, Mo Economics 1 Radio Guild. GLORIA G. PENNER Kansas Cify, Mo Hisfory ana' Governmenf PAUL RICHARD PERME Kansas Cify, Mo Biology Officer, Bounderp Men's Inlramurals. GEORGE PATRICK PHILLIPS Kansas Cify, Kans Chernislry German Club: American Chemical So- cie'ryg IvIen's Inlramurals. C? hfj. QQ L X bi X 2, F X " HE Au-iiws games rn Taz wow For msomu sous! , .S Q u SENIORS MARGARET JOAN PICKETT Kansas Cily, Mo. Biology Chrislian Club: Women's lnlramurals. JOAN LEE POE Kansas Cify, Mo. Hislory ond Governmenf Ollicer, Bela Zela. FRAN J. POLEK Kansas Cify, Mo. English Longuoge ond Liferolure Who's Who in American Colleges and Universiliesg Edilor, Number lg Sludenl Council. DONALD N. RASCHKE Kansas Ci'ry, Mo. Hisfory ond Governmenf HAROLD C. REID Guymon, Oklahoma Biology ond Chemisfry CLARENCE RICKMAN Kansas Cily, Mo. Economics DON RUDOW Mission, Kans Economics WILLIAM A. RULE Kansas Cily, Mo l-lisfory ono' Governmenf VICTOR W. SAEGER Kansas Cify, Mo Chemislry American Chemical Socielyg Torch and Scroll. JAMES M. SALTER II Kansas Cily, Mo. English Longuoge ond Liferofure Who's Who in American Colleges and Universiliesp Presidenl, Sludenl Council: Vice-President Liberal Arls Schoolp Presi- denl, Freshman Class: Presiclenl, Junior Class: Vice-Presidenl, Bounderg Cosmo- polilan Clubg President Film Socielyg Easy Chair: Edilor, Kangaroog Edilor, U-News: Eclilor, Number lp "Yes, My Darling Daugh'rer"g "The Yorlc Nalivilyup HSI. Joanug "The Warrior's I-lusbandug Radio Workshop: Scholarship Club: Torch ancl Scrollg Dean's Lisl. in ,Y 1 I Morgoref Joon Pfcl4eH Donolo' N. Roschke Clarence Rickman W1'lli'Gm A. Rule Joan Lee Poe Harold C. Reid Don Rudow Vicfor W. Seeger SENIORS an ANTHONY JOSEPH SCUDIERO Kansas CiTy, Mo. Economics OTTicer, Bounder. RUTH LORRAINE SEEK Grandview, Mo. Music PresidenT,' Mu Phi Epsilon. ANN SHOUSE Kansas CiTy, Kans. 4 ifnr T f Psychology OTTicer, Sigma BeTa: EuTure Teachers oT America: Woman's lnTramuralsgy Scholar- ship Club: A Cappella Choir. A g LAWRENCE SILVEY Kansas CiTy, Mo. T Biology s ALAN B. SLAYTON Independence, Mo. l-lisfory ond Governmenf Torch and Scroll. Music Who's Who in American Colleges and UniversiTiesg Chikog OTTicer, Sigma Alpha loTag Music EdiTor, Kangaroo: "Juno and The Paycoclcug "Orpheus in The Under- world", "l-ysisTraTa": "Dark of The Moon"p A STage Manager, "The EnchanTed"g Radio Workshop, Easy Chair: Cap and Gown: Torch and Scroll, A Cappella Choir. LEROY SNARE Kansas CiTy, Mo Mofhemolics ond Physics i JOHNA STARK Mission, Kans l 25 . Psychology Officer, Sigma BeTa3 Women's lnTra- murals. 5 Anfhony Joseph Scudiero Rufh Lorroine Seek Jo Ann Shouse Lawrence Silvey Alon B. Sloylon Milo .leon Srnifh Leroy Snare Johno Sfork X T' ,---X SF' , 1- ll 11'-'55 ' "Zig 5-11:5-' i . . '.,:iTT- J ' 'ysgif I 6-9:5- frfa. ',.:-- 515,11 . "Hg lfnezi' ,1q1f,1n- il- , " 'QQM9 l - Y ., , Raul, I L5'ff-.-. ' i 4 . - p:"" 'iiiflizi 5.1. '-sniff. .-- -: ' . ' '-"WT . Lf:- is -"iw :gfif-5545 -J" ..':' 0-':'.:'-" -- ." . i, . K ,. ff" SQA, 1556? . ,penn New I X 1 ' -.Q 1 "wa-:ff-,.. X s X 0 ., e,-. 9. .X I c.1,:I,4,.-7, .X, .3..5':,.2 , -' i. Q- R.. MILA JEAN SMITH Kansas CiTy, Mo. S E N IO RS CARRIE ANN STEED Hu+cI1inson, Kans. Psychology WILLIAM G. STOWER Kansas Cify, Mo. Economics Bounder. ALEXANDER T. SUENAGA HonoIuIu, Hawaii Biology JACK EUGENE TAYLOR Kansas Cify, Mo. Biology GENE TERRY Kansas Cify, Mo. Foreign Languages ana' Liferafure ALICE TOBIAS Kansas Ci+y, Mo. Ari Officer, Sigma Befa, Women's Infra- murals. DON TROUT Kansas CH'y, Mo. A f Bounderq EcIiIor, Kanigaroo. BEN F. TRUMP Kansas CI'Iy, Mo. Chemisfry and Biology Chemislrry Club: German Club: Torch and ScroII. ......4.,,, LH soi.s Carrie Ann Sfeea' Alexander T. Suenaga Gene Terry Don Troul clwemisfry-biology building Willi'am G. Sfower Jack Eugene Taylor Alice Tobias Ben F. Trump I I I 71 SENIORS HOPE UNDERWOOD Kansas Oily, Mo. Psychology LEROY E. WEEKS Kansas Cily, Mo. Biology APO: American 'Chemical Sociely: Schol- arship Club: Torch and Scroll: Dean's Lisl. GENE WEIR I Kansas Cily, Mo. Chemislry American Chemical Sociely. MAX EUGENE WESTROPE, JR. Kansas Cily, Mo. Geology and Geography MARY ANN WILFLEY Kansas Cify, Kans. English Language and Lilerafure Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies: Presidenl, Cho Chin: Vice- Presidenl, Pan-I-Iellenic Council: Presidenl, Easy Chair: French Club: Fealure Edilor, Assislanl Edilor, U-News: Women's In- E ' ' Iramurals: Radio Workshop: Conlribulor, Number I. JAMES EDWIN WILLIAMS Spanish Vice-Presidenl, Spanish Club: Dean's Lisl. Geology Kangaroclcs: A Cappella Choir. ROBERT YATES Kansas Cify, Mo ' Economics DORIS MAE YENDES Kansas Cify, Mo Psychology Presidenl, Cho-Chin: President Pan-I-lel- Ienic Council: Reporler, U-News: Wom- en's lnlramurals: Radio Workshop: Dean's I.is'r. . '-s ' A Hope Underwood Leroy E. Weeks Us , :Z ,Z . ',i-' -' - Q, 1 I 'I J-124 gl: Gene Weir Max Eugene Weslrope, Jr. f- , --- ' bg' X . , , , - fic. 1, .C - Zz! . ' '25 Mary Ann Wilfley James Edwin Williams " 'A' 2 '3, '.Q I ' ' 7' ' :xii - "1 "EH Vaughn H. Wynn Rolaerl Yales -. - ,I"' ' 4 'fag -,vii if iv 42 Q 'QV -JZ -az' fa. , '-Q .115 V D-N wear Kansas Cify, Mo. VAUGHN H. WYNN Kansas Ci'I'y, Mo. Ex 5. M ar x MQ xl Top row: Jim Albanese, Wayne Anderson, Barbara Barnard, Norman J. Beauchamp, Cordy Beclcwifh, Doris Ann Beeson. Third row: Roberf Bell, Marjorie Biclcel, Roberf Carfer, Thomas C. Chrisfian, Clifford R. Coffman, Ernesfine Coley. Second row: Roberf Craven, Roberf K. Cummings, George L. Delapp, Pefer K. Denninger, Eileen ffflinger, Roberf Flinf. Firsf row: Howard Leland Fulfz, Elsie Louise Jackson, Vincenf Michael Kelly, Joseph F. Kosfelac, Roberf J. Kozuki, Frederick N. Larsen. JUNIGRS ,gui NJ' We ' if s coffee flme N 9? ' , v,.v ,I 4' G f Z, if V ff ,V . -vvTi,v If I ff V f Xfkw, 'f Zn fiiwx, , ' 'I-Z f . I A Z an 2 , f 2 if 'x,' ef , aw, Top row: Pafricia Joan Lisfon, Roberf D. Lundgren, Leonard Marlcs, Doris McCall, Shirley Ann Michaels, Michael E. Miller. Third row: Roberf R. Miller, Clifford H. Naysmifh, William Neale, Carole Paclcwood, Bill Poffs, Durward Alan Redd. Second row: Roy H. Schaefer, C. Ernesf Shivers, Jerry Sanders, Dale P. Sullivan, George E. Tiller, Shirley Towers. Firsf row: William V. Uffer, Gene E. Walker, John C. Ward, Edward JUNICDRS Weaver, Jerry Lee Weber, Jack XL. Whife. Charles G. Williamson, Beffy Lou Wrighf,. si. Z' F ,111 - a1!.z,y' -1211" ff. , ge '- fy-J .-:eg gs, 5 -1:11-1 X ' Q M L 4 V552 51 Q 5 lr? w 4 Q W 'W' was is L ,ay ga -1 ss 5 G , ,Z nun-as-an ,V V aw 4 vi T my , MTU .. ,,.M2N?5 ' z A IE 1 , Top row: Joan Andersen, Jerry Bails, Edward A. Baird, Norma Lee Baker, William Bauman, Gerald G. Baysinger. Third row: Donna Briggs, Ben , Janef Coon, Maxine Vivian Cooper. Second row: Helene Davis, Kafhryn Rose Evans, Cecil Bennef Foley, Sue Freeman, Francis Henderson, AI Hilliard. Firsf row: John Lawrence Holmes, Edward R. Jones, Alma Kielwl, Dwaine Delberf Kurfz, Beverly Ann Loclcard, Nancie Lee Loveff. Brown, Riclward Brown, William Charles Brown SOPHOMCRES if X' ki l circus day as N 1. Top row: Marilyn Janef Marlin, Pal Minnier, Donna Sue Morris, Ray Morrison, Terry J. Mullen, Roberf Newfon. Third row: Paul Hiromi Nonalxa, William G. Novofny, Bob O'Byrne, Charles Olcamofo, Esfher Lee Owens, Ronald Paroly. Second row: Bob Payne, Anna Lou Piraro, Rod Reynolds, Eunice J. Renner, Avram E. Rosenfhal, Cyril Scoff. Firsf row: Sally Lou Smifh, Max T. Sfeele, Gladys Vedros, Ella Gladys Woolridge, Maurine Zigler. SQPHOMORES home coolun ' l f. ,wr- gf f ay, , f . f ,fy Q 'fyr' ., .. L ,, ef 1 A ,, , 'K' 'B J G2 , X , Nl,,,, v 1? -2 X Els, ff' , my A ifaiif 11? at A f 2' 54, 4' D 13 ,rx 2 Top row: Vernon Adrian Thomas, John James Adams, John Kennefh Adams, Roberf William Arnold, John E. Bauman, Alberfine Baumgarfner. Third row: Dorofhy Joan Beaver, Howard H. Bell, Charles Donald Berfeau, Jim Bumpus, Daniel Carr, lnez Charlene Chaffee. Second row: Marilyn .lean Chapin, Talmadge Clark Como, Emogene Cullison, Richard J. Cuneen, Ronald Davis, David R. DeHelms. Firsf row: Dorofhy L. Del.app, Ralph Denny, Lois Edwards, Eugene Fines, David Fisher, Hugh L. Frosf. k V 14-24- 'egkiq ' J 'H ll lurlcey dinner PRES:-:MEN 11 1 '1 1 4 , 1 1 1 J' 121 1 1 ..... lin, 1 I 'Bmpr' ,I1 1 I i 11 1: 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 We 2. 1 1 1 11 I1 1 1 1 1 1 1 L Ni 1, 1 1 Z1 '11 1 11 1 I, , ,, J 1 1 i1 1 1 '1 1 1 11 1 :11 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 11 1 'Zia ggqp- F , ,f'gf'fF'm" g Q in i ,,,hV- A if V In L, ,,,11 he , X ., ,. , ., . gf 15, Av,'v. A V. Top row: Dick Garner, Thomas C. Gingles, Roland Allen Hall, Cecil N. Harnmonds, Jr., Richard Hanebaum, Sarah Lora Hafcher. Third row: Rex Wayne Hedding, Colleen Helfzel, Donald L. Henderson, Tom Hollis, Judy Houghflin, Virgil Hudson. Second row: James Hunf, Louise lrene Johnson, Richard K. Kingman, Mefa Ann Knechf, Sarah Leah Krall, Luanice Lifficlc. Firsf row: Verna Louise Loclcridge, Bonnie B. Mark, Carolyn Mac Mayhew, Maria Eugenia Marfinez, Earl Mafhews, Warren Leroy McClure. FRESHMEN whaf of hand' 5 V fly: Hin 1 M MY' Tiff if ff he Top row: Roberf Kenf Mellon, Carolyn Marie Mefzger, Ted Miller, Edward John Modzelewski, Norma Lucille Nafolia, Harrieffe B. Nelkin. Third row: Guslavo Orfiz, Frank Palermo, llene Paul, Jerry Rea, Janice V. Rice, Marian E. Riley. Second row: Dick Roddy, Marion Burr Schryver, Jack Lynn Scoff, Lawrence E. Sheppard, Marfha Carolyn Spence, Barbara H. Sokolowska. Firsf row: Roberf Taylor, David E. Terwilliger, Carl Tuforino Doris Lavrna Veafch Jaquellne Lee Wade Joann M Welch Evereff Wheelock Richard A. Wiebe v 79 k il '05 X! ll s l is I -. 5 g 15- . sr Q A i . l ' X' ' L z, fl -, 51" 3 ' '? i .E , , , -f ,Li . , ,rl ' ,. , f ' r J 1 f R L f fi r y . i T ir. A L- r f 5 5,30 T - r , . ,, y.,y' y ' L L r L r . , LJL A I ,,V, I , Y L "" , ,,,' ' t' Y I 1 'M JW A R 5, i J T T I 1 ff , , , . ,, r ..,. . . r , T T l , , . . I . I D i H ,. A, ' if 1, V n , Qi v 1 i T fe! 1 y I 1 These graduafing Seniors did noi' have picfures +aIcen. DOMINICK ARONE Kansas Cify, Mo. Sociology MELVIN BEISER Kansas Ciry, Mo. Hisfory and Governmenf PETER W. BERGER , Kansas Cify, Mo. Economics. JEROME J. BERNSTEIN Kansas Cify, Mo. Sociology NORMAN O. BESHEER Kansas Cify, Mo. Hisfory and Governmenf GUY BENSON Kansas Cify, Mo. Physics JOHN ARTHUR CAMERON Kansas Cify Mo. Biology ROBERT CAMPBELL Kansas Ci+y Mo. Biology DOROTHY CARTER Kansas Ciiy Mo Hisfory and Governmem' JOSEPH M. CASSIDY Kansas Cify Mo Biology DONALD CLAY Lee's Summii' English Language and Liferafure TKN. EDWARD R. CROTTY, JR. Kansas Cify Hisfory ana' Governmenf Mo Mo MERLE W. CROY Kansas Ciiy Mo Economics HARRIET DAVIS Kansas Cify Mo English Language and Liferafure RICHARD E. DEAR Kansas Cify Mo Economics CARROLL DORN Kansas Cify, Mo Foreign Languages and Liferafure ROBERT DUNN Norfh Kansas Cify, Mo English Language ana' Liferafure DAISY IRENE DUNNAVAN Kansas Cify, Mo. Foreign Languages and Liferafure DAVE EIFLER, JR. Kansas Cify, Mo. Chemisfry HARRY E. EZELL Liberfy, Mo. Hisfory and Governmem' LARRY FELKNER Kansas Cify, Mo. ' Biology . Men's Inlramuralsp Radio Worlcshopg Panel of Americans. MARTHA FITZHUGH Kansas Cir Mo. Y: English Language 'ana' Liferafure ELINOR LAVON FOWLER Kansas Cily, Kans Hisfory and Governmenf HAROLD S. FREDERICKS Kansas Cify, Mo. Economics RICHARD GAULKE Kansas Cify, Kans. Biology LAWRENCE GOLDSTEIN Kansas Ciry, Mo. Biology ROBERT GRUNDY Kansas Cify, Kans. English Language ana' Liferafure CHARLES GUNNELS New'ron, Kans. Biology CHARLES D. HEYDON Kansas CiI'y, Mo. Sociology DORSEY AMOS HOSKINS Kansas Cify, Mo. Biology HAZEL HOSKINS Kansas Cify, Mo. Biology CATHERINE HUDSON Kansas CiI'y, Mo. Educafion CAROL HUTH Kansas Cify, Mo. Aff i SALVATORE IANNAZZO Kansas Cify, Mo. Biology Scholarship Club: Torch and Scroll. CLYDE INGRAM Sunflower, Kans. Physics VERNON JANSSEN Kansas Cilry, Mo. Economics MARY JANE JEFFRESS Kansas Cily, Mo English Language and Lilerafure PHILLIP JOHNSON Kansas Ciry, Mo Economics affer fhe ball was over LOUIS KAISER Kansas Cily, Mo Economics JOAN KAUFMAN Kansas Cify, Mo Psychology y ROBERT KRAHL Kansas Cify, Mo Psychology NED LINSCOTT Lee's Summif, Mo H sfory ana' Governmenl HUGH LLOYD Kansas Cify, Mo. Economics GERDA LORENZ FranIcfurI'fMain, Germany French Off cer Cosmopolilan Club: French Club: Women s Inlramurals: Scholarship Club. Kansas Cify, Engl sh Language and Liferafure MANON SIRCUS MALLIN Psychology CARDER MANNING Music RUTHELMA MARTIN Economics Psychology GEORGE H MAURER Economics LARRY W McCORMICK Kansas Cily Kansas Cily Kansas Cify Kansas Cify Kansas Cify, Kansas Cily, Eng h L nguage and Liferafure : Radio Works hop. Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo Mo , .,. ,.,,, . . 1 LOUIS MECKER Kansas Cify, Mo. Economics HENRY MEINERS Leavenworfh, Kans. Economics ENID W. MESSENGER Kansas Cify, Kans. Hisfory and Governmenf LUCILLE MORRIS Kansas CiI'y, Mo. Sociology ROBERT D. PARKER Kansas Cify, Kans. Sociology JAMES W. QUEARRY Dodson, Mo English Language and Liferafure MARY RICHARDSON Kansas Cify, Mo English Language ana' Liferalure BURRELL R. RUBENSTEIN Kansas Cify English Language ana' Liferafure GENEVIEVE SHEMWELL Kansas Ci+y, Hisfory and Governmenf Mo Mo WILLIAM E. SHERIFF Kansas Cify, Mo English Language ana' Liferalure .. ALBERTA SHIPLEY Kansas Cify, Mo Educafion ROBERT SHRECK Kansas Cify, Mo Hisfory ana' Governmenf FRANCES SINGER Kansas Cify, Mo. 'Psychology BOB DEANE SMITH Mission, Kans. English Language ana' Lilerafure DORIS SOARD Kansas Cify, Mo. Hisfory and Governmenf SALLY SOLOFF Kansas Cify, Mo. Music E. EUGENE STEPHENS Kansas Cify, Mo. Biology and Chemisfry Vice-Presiclenl, APO: Sfuclenl Chrislian Asso- cialion. HAMPTON STEVENS Kansas Cify, Hisfory and Governmenf LOLAVERNE STEVENSON Independence, English Language and Liferafure ROBERT N. STEWART Kansas Cify, Hisfory and Governmenf ALLAN THORNBURG Kansas Cify Economics MARIANNA TIBBS Kansas Ci'r.y Psychology AMBER M. TRIBBLE Kansas Cily, Psychology BRYCE TURVILLE Kansas Cify Music ANN ULRICKSEN Kansas Ci+y English Language and Liferafure DOLORES WATERS Kansas Cify, Music Mo Mo Mo Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. no 0 KIM BERNER BETTY GREDELL BEV BREUER BOB CRAVEN WHO'S WHO RECOGNITION BY "Who's Who" means Jrhal The slu- denr has been selecled by a campus commiflee inslrucled lo consider excellence and sincerily in scholarship, leader- ship in exlra-curricular aclivilies, service 'ro Jrhe school, and promise of fulure usefulness To sociely. Final decision on qranling lhe award resls wilh lhe Sludenl Council. Tl-HS YEAR, lor The lirsl , lime, represenlalives were selecled according 'ro lheir qualilicalions wilh respecl To sludenls of all lhe schools as a whole. This was slill anolher slep in allempling lo brealc down infer-school compelilion. ln previous years membership had been based on an en- rollmenl allocalion syslem which allowed each school a fixed number of represenlalives. MIKE HALL HUGH HAIGHT FRAN pg'-EK mf 1, ZX - JIM SALTER JEAN SMITH MARY ANN WILFLEY IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES SELECTIONS RESULTED in Ien sfudenfs being chosen from Liberal Arfs, four from Law School, one from Pharm- acy, and five from The Denfal School. fa ff. T? 21' f Z 1 1 2 f f 1 ,,- rf' ' X ff f. f' 2 I J I1-DLGCLLLCU ogeff? I -, aaa? f A ' 4, - . -1-:-I ,.,,.L-z-.-1- I, LIBERAL ARTS ORGANIZATIONS :--r ' :.::'-4 1.-Q Q13 1 ' --gf . f x ul f ffrt ' - V v E r f , J .I A Y, I , , ' 31,41-,Y j x. A . . L- -' "b4f1. - filbi''iii-2Q5.f:1'3 iii? iii: Q Zi? 43 X f if '43 nyyfg-'fy 'wif in flabby.. ff If 15' l , Q1 r f f 5 , T i i . , ', 1 . A Q X PANEL or AMERICANS ll 'if my ar' m jj T fly K . 1 f, il : Tf, x . ,"'l'i ,wsu T s 3 f 1 l 4 , ,.,. ,, 11,56 Tl-lE PANEL OE AMERICANS is a group made up oT inTeresTed and capable sTudenTs who aTTempT To demonsTraTe The value and poTenTialiTy oT our racial, religious, and cul- Tural diversiTy. This is done Through panels consisTing oT a CaTholic, Jew, Negro, and ProTesTanT worlcing wiTh communiTy leaders and under The direcTion oT Mrs. Phyllis PrinTz. Each Panelimember Tells oT his baclcground, beliefs, problems, and relaTion To The Amer- ican scene as an individual and as a member Larry Fellmer, Mike Hall. gi, . - :ff 14' B ll Brown Don Gibson. l ' , fi? if '2 f, , ,. f sp-f 25? iff? g 415, 11 331 . 1 ' A V 42315 4 .-: " - - ' ' -E f 'Thi' S0096 ' ' x - T,-P,-uf, ,W W W ' A 'SJW' ,... X55 ' f ,, rf: I 'T ' A If .St I bg' , if ip' Z as I ' 1 ' f W ,A-22 fa' 1 f 0 h ' ip' .ir f if 'f iqg, 7 f ' f 'si f 4 H1 . : 54,5 X ,im f 1 if if I A . A - ' ,JV 1 5, , , '-53. 19' 14 , LAK! F L.. .. 434 ,wie if - '11-a+f4"44f 'fQ'biQQ,Q: "' 86 .' 'V .-., ,- . -,, f'4 , - ffulit,--.-iw,-1 Tl-lE PANEL idea was originaTed by The Uni- versiTy Religious Conference aT U. C. l.. A. during World War ll, and iT was adopTed by KCU in June, I952. During The pasT year, The Panel has spolcen beTore such groups as The Junior Chamber oT Commerce, The RoTary Club, and many oTher civic, church, and high school audiences. Aside Trom be- ing an enriching experience Tor The Panel members, The Panel iTselT serves as a Tur- Ther good-will linlc beTween The UniversiTy and The communiTy. oT his group. Fran Polelc, Florence Morris, Bev Breuer, Joann Welch. Sfonding: Maurine Zigler, Sarah Kraff Seafed: Kafhy Evans, Janef Lindeman. TORCH AND SCROLL THE ORDER of Jrhe TORCH AND SCROLL is an honorary organiza- lion composed of lop-ranking slu- denls having compleled al leasl 7I credil hours while mainlaining a mini- mum grade average of 2.0. lnslalled on campus in April, I952, if is de- signed To encourage and recognize The allainmenl ol superior scholar- ship and lo conlribule lhrough vari- ous special services 'ro lhe welfare of 'rhe Universily. Fronf row: Mary Lee Dale, Florence Morris, Lise Gruen, Joan Johnsfon. Back row: Ben Trump, Leroy Weeks, Vicfor Saeger. Noi in picfure: Tom Barr, Pau! Cohen, Richard Dieslco, Lawrence Dysarf, Mar- garef Foreman, Sidney Glassman, Keiflw Henriclcs, Salvafore lannazzo, Gerald Kemner, Roberf Milclium, Jack Nixon, Jim Salfer, Alan Slayfon, Mila Jean Smiflv. A PAN-HELLENIC CCUNCIL Fronf: Florence Morris, Cordy Beclzwifh. Back: Caro- lyn Coons, Nancie Loveff, Doris Yendes. Sfanding: Deenie Hill, Joan Johnsfon, Mike Hall. Nof in pic- fure: Margaref Foreman, Lise Gruen, Mary Ann Wi l f l e Y. L "i, l ..- - ,- fv- i eh' X Tl-lE PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL consisls of Jrhe presidenl and one eleclive member of each social sor- orily on- campus. ll was organized lo govern and co-ordinale The vari- ous iunclions of 'rhe sororilies includ- ing rushing, pledging, and many olher rouline problems. Among 'rheir services are included a parly for new sludenls in The Fall, sponsorship of lhe annual Snow Ball, and aclive work wilh sororily alumni. lf' A girl of Sigma Bela is sure fo sfeal your hearff The gcenf of sweef gardenia, Shell cheer you when she's near you, Where moonllghf soffly beams, Then she ll haunf you when you parf. Will mean fhaf a girl of Sigma Befa is in your dreams. Fronf row Bev Breuer Feraldrne Hill Mary Ann Hall, Jo Ann Shouse, Cordelia Becliwifh, Alice Tobias, Barbara Graham, Margaref Foreman Back row Barbara Barnard Marilyn Marfin, Shirley Kurz, Jeanne Lake, Judy Koch, Norma Baker. Noi in piclure: Johna Sfarll, Donna Briggs. Firsf Semesfer Mary Ann Hall Margarei' Foreman Shirley Kurz Deenie Hill Jo Ann Shouse Bev Breuer Barbara Barnard Jo Ann Laughlin SI Dau Le? Mus In a Sing .,.-on ,,,,,fpw- ,fe-1 f f ffl K Z g f Sf ins I9 Sl: H1 fn es cc lil lr?" f ' 'T 1 A l I Y -- ' 'Y 1 , 1 , l U 1 L Q U I H I '1 I I lll Q , A BouNDER Drink a foasf fo fhee forever, Men of Bounders we will always Praising your name on high: Sfand up and fighf for fheef ' Drink a foasf fo fhee forever, To you we pledge our life's devofion, Jusf fo raise your voices high. Bounders! Hail fo fhee. 2 From' row: Carl Kulz, Jack Nixon, Harold Boofh, Tony Scudiero, Francis Henderson, Dick Brown. Second row: Dick Warlel, Don Trouf, Dave Swyer, Bob Craven, Ray Morrison. Thira' row: Dwaine Kurfz, Bill Sfower, Bob Newfon. Back row: Dick Erickson, Cecil Foley, Mel Thursby, Bob Garwood. Nov' in picfure: Tom Barr, Kim Berner, Lee Fowler, Bill Jamison, Jim Jouras, Bud Kahn. OFFICERS Flfsf Semedef Second Semesfer Bud Kahn Presidenf Harold Boollw Jack Nixon Vice-Presidenf Bob Craven Don Trou'r Secrefary Ray Morrison Tony Scucliero Treasurer Cecil Foley Harold Boo'rl1 Sergeanf-af-Arms Bob New'ron Cecil Foley Hisforian Dean Auclsley Wayne Reeve Faculfy Advisor Wayne Reeve Here True - 3 4 I I 1 X. 1 I x t 1 4 f v .- s F L. 'T' -f ' ' l i 4 5 i i i gl l 2' , l ,i li ll, , T i,.fil lf'l :Gil if .N ik' i, H wi TI ., , ill 'i il ill ll , ll il E ill f i i l :ln l l ij ,M ll if Ill i i ,y, l ll .M Ili I, ll: ,i ilm gi 5 I . Ji T, My , ,,, l il Vi li fl P 2 ii, 3 I H il 'il . H In li rel l ill ,all 4 DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN OPEN TO anyone inTeresTed in The l l German language, Der DeuTsche Verein is The German deparTmenTal club organized To TurTher under- sTanding oT The language Through slciTs, songs, Tilms and discussions.-The main evenT is a- WEINACHTSFEIER ChrisTmas parTy. PresidenT This year was Cy SCOTT. FaculTy advisor is RenaTa Meyer. Sealed: Renala Meyer, Cy Scoff, Lufher Knoufh, John Sigler. Sloncling: Bob Kafzman, Roberf Arnold, John Sfigall, Sidney Glassman, Avram Rosenfhal, John Barnes. Qt 1-.gb C L U B Daisy Dunavan, Mr. Rigsdale, Louis Polls, Mary Aclamilc, Mrs. Soloveifchilr, Jerry Lee Weber, Mrs. Charles Fiddler, John Scurlock. ONE OF The mosT acTive oT The de- parTmenTal clubs is The Russian Club. During meeTings all speaking is done in Russian. PresidenT This year was Louis PoTTs. FaculTy advisor is Mrs. Samson Solo- veiTchilc. W 4 ie ie al F- gli ie QR ar is :Ii KANGARCCCKS TI-IE DEPARTMENTAL club for geoI- ogy maiors is Ilwe Kangaroclcs. I-Iow- ever, any sludenls wlwo are inleresled may be members. The group meefs approximaiely once a monlh Io par- 'ricipale in field Irips and general dis- cussions. Maior proieclr of Ilwe year was an Easier vacaiion Irip Io Soullw- easi Missouri. Eaculiy advisor is Dr. Sidney Elcblaw. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY is +I'ie deparlmenlral club for cI'iem- islry maiors and pre-denl sludenlrs. II is one of Ilie numerous siudenl groups affilialred wi+Ii +I'ie naiion- wide organiza+ion. Aciivilies include field Jrrips, movies and discussions. Presidenl +I'iis year was Gene Weir. Facully advisor is Dr. MiI+on Puler- bauglw. Sealed. Gerald Baysinger, Fred Wirfhman, Amfad Afzal, Kendall Porfer, Gene Wesirope. Sfonding: Dr. Ekblaw, Tom DePew, Eugene Gusfafson, Bud Wynn. AMERICAN CHEMICAL SGCIETY From' row: Lise Gruen, Jean Jolmsfon, Gene We O A D yl B k lf. I Dr. Puferbauglr, Vicfor Saeger, Charles Williamson, Harold Reid, George A - Tiller, Al Hill d K C- x A f 5-...I Q I I . ,Q 4 I, .. A CAPPELLA CHCJIR f y EVERETT W. HENDRICKS SOPRANO Alberfine Baumgarfner Donna Briggs Mildred Bruce Laura Lee Cubbison Norma Jean Hagen Par Hughes Virginia Inman Pai Lis+on Luanice LiHicIr Beverly Loclrard Verna Loclcridge Peggy Piclceff Sally Smiih Sally Soloff Dolores Waiers ALTO Dorofhy Beaver Flo Blaclrwood Lois Edwards Meia Ann Knechf Jo Loeffler Shirley Michaels Pa? Minnier Florence Morris Jean Smiih Hope Underwood Doris Veafch BeHy Lou Wrighf TENOR John J. Adams Jim Allaanese Roberf Aulgun Allan Bryanf Melvyn Cornelius Don Crosby Tom DePew Don Forsyihe Bob Gorman ScoH' Hu+chinson Bill Lehman Ray Morrison Bob Nordylie Lawrence Sheppard Don Trouf BASS Ed Baird Doss Cunningham Carder Manning Terry Mullen Louis Polls Charles Winfers UNIVERSITY CRCHESTRA an 100 Q 'sr s w'i 1. 0' s' X X o 4 x sus! in 4' MAINTAINING Tl-TE Tine repuTaTion gained in pasT seasons, The A Cappella Choir enioyed anoTher ac- Tive schedule This year. Under The persuasive direc- Tion oT Dr. EvereTT Hendriclcs, The choir appeared on a WDAF-TV program iniTiaTing The Kansas CiTy ChrisTrnas season, presenTed Their TradiTional ChrisTrnas concerTs in The Playhouse, made numer- ous radio recordings, and TurThered UniversiTy rela- Tions by giving many concerTs aT Kansas CiTy high schools. BARITONE John K. Adams Richard Brown Tom Carpen+er Jael: Eddleman Lee Fowler Tom Hollis David Swyer Arfhur Wilson X ff f f fyf f , 1 ff! X f 7 4 2 f, ff 4 'Q' X if Aw1,.,,,,, W9 gy? Wai? ,, ' ' .',, , . Lt r Vw 'f 14 , 1 t ,W C19 'N-4 ? .2 lx ma 5111. f I k . ' 7 i ' i -W - , . ' '--.- ,ff "fl, H 1 1 t k Q -i E 4 2 L I ' , z - ' 4 K , , 'f'r"I .N irq I J J LIBERAL ARTS HIGHLIGHTS OF 53 SR APU IIIISTIKLC CANCL Mb I I 1 om I Bsn ' un uxld W 1 I 4.2 f -n ,V - - ' , "xg H I Q 1 r . I Thanks from Pepsod Q1 ,C i A, wg X ' Shriley Kurz and Dick Turner. Mr. and Mis. Turkey, Goldie Zarvos and k nr Evereff Wheeloc, He 0 y H olderman. NLQEQ A Sore feef? f5fN QM l N..--176 fu VV , VALENTI APACHE DANCE DANCE KANGAROO HOP ,f' 1 F x ' P 1 1 L W 5 V L r V A i 1 1 1 x w S T 1 , I 1 V i s 2 I Sift lf- , 5 P ix XL ff 14"- ISN l" -ss ' ..4l"'!"'- ' "T n - " '-' f E Q 'L V. -A. ' Lv :A-A .Erin-. T- E 'wt K if?-Qvv-Ven'-ff -f - V- Q.. K . , -, 'tn' A x A- If l ' -" A4-5' :Q 'f.1'L'.'5 H-gag. I '1 ' ?1.'f X K I E 5- -.,..,.f" ' x.,...f-ff! r .. ,,' 1 , ., -'T ,vu ,- , -Q K. A i Z... '-ms. W N.-5X..fxxN x Y 3,-hz Q MY yd: iv-E...--...Y 'S-si lr XL: ROMA MIL X' X by Q f 1' - , ' ,NH - - ' I - A l - W. , 14" f ' n E 5 fivii. 1' FM , ' ,. 1 - I 1 I I .V , Vxl V gm . 1 'le- 'il N QMS TH E LAW BUILDING LAW IS THE LAST RESULT OE HUMAN WISDOM ACTING UPON HUMAN EXPERIENCE EOR THE BENEFIT OE THE PUBLIC. L'-B Samuel Johnson sill:- 1 R 'onli MTTC. hh X 1-Z 7, 1 I D' 4 f 'Qs IIC. -.IEW-HA -.I . A LAW schooI is many Ihings. II' is 'rhe give and I'aIce of Ihe cIass room, briefing cases, cIass recifa- Iions and 'rhe I'oo IrequenI' "unprepared," II' is acfivifies, Iaw review, Ihe board of governors, legal aid, moof cour'r, Iaw day. II is sI'uden+s, IacuI+y, alumni, and warm and Iasiing friendships. I+ is com- munify service, ins+iIu'I'es and shorI' courses for alumni and oI'her lawyers and worfhwhile research sI'udies designed Io improve Iaw and i+s adminisfra- Hon. II is an incomparably handsome and service- able building si'rua+ed on 'rhe beauI'ifuI campus of a young and vigorous universi+y. . FOR THE seniors +he Iaw school will soon be mem- ories-memories of cIass room experiences, of moof cour+ argumenfs, of pIeasan'r associafions wiI'h a cross-secrion of 'rheir confemporaries, of fra- Ierniiy and sororify pariies, of earnesf worIc on 'rhe legal aid and Iaw review siaffs. To Ihem Ihe Pan- dex has added significance for ii' records Iheir accompIishmenIs and confribuiions Io I'he success of Iheir school in I952-53. For all of us Ihese pages of 'Ihe Pandex wiII recaII pIeasanI' memories. CONGRATULATIONS AND THANKS 'ro Ihe Kan- garoo sfaff for ano+her exceIIen'I publicafion. ,,, ns, V., T3 T Q1 MARLIN M. VOLZ Dean of fhe School of Law .fl ',-v, Laurie Tobias, Dorofhy Aiken, office sfaff exfraorclinary. Af Wofk If' five I-UW LIAVUVY- Coffee hour-lecfures were popular. NIIQQI Im -,I I WI!! IN- ' I . x, --1"!""'L' "Em I 2 FACULTY I RUDOLPH HEITZ CHARLES E. FIDDLER Roc-sER TILBURY- Pfofeggof of LQW Professor of Low Professoriol Lecfurer in Low JOHN SCURLOCK JOHN M. SPECA CHARLES B. BLACKMAR Associofe Profegggf of LQW Assocfofe Professor of Low Professoriol Lecfurer in Low I - 1 1 I ALICE TAN NER WILLIAM KELL.Y Lecfurer in Low Professoriol Lecfurer in Low LEO H. WHINERY Dfrecfor of Low Research cmd Exfensfon Cenfer 1 i'f:"..Lw+- , 1 . I ..,. A ,.,V ,MW , A V,,. I .-b. s,,. l,,, . TSW ' "Twin - P J ' 1 "'. ff-TT -ff SW V , h4vgg,,,,,,g5L..W.,,i.,.1.,?.5,fMf-f-f- '--- 3 il A 1 ' s zs -U E ,rf Aj I .V,V . s, ss,,,,s,,s 2 ' I I 3 s s . if i 6' HUBERT E. NELSON Associofe Professor of Low 3 ...X I ELWYN L. CADY Jr. Dfrecfor of Low-Medicine Program .J I 1 n i Viv i' " V I , 6 w 1-,gui FRANK KOGER HENRY BLUE HAROLD FRIEDMAN wHo's WHO IN LAW my xii glibnoclunclfx X Kgiiffslf W3 fly 7 J XQQ-g PRQF LS 5 MLK, JMCQ Henry W. Blue Jerome Miles Bowman Floyd l.. Bryon J. Joseph Conry J. Joseph Crisp Eclworo' Richorcl Crolly Gene Allen DeLeve JGGH W- EClWC1fO'S SENIORS HENRY W. BLUE, JR. Kansas Ci+y, Mo. Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies: Board of Governors: Officer, Sludenl Bar Associalion: Magisler, Phi Della Phi: Chairman, Sludenl Law Day Commilleeg Vice-Presidenl, 8+h Circuil of American Law Slludenl Associaliong Edilor-in-Chief, Law Review: Mool Courl Compelilion, Judge: Research Comrnillee, Judge Hunler: Legal Aid Clinic. JEROME MILES BOWMAN Kansas Cify, Mo. Law Review: Mool Courl: Officer, Della Thela Phi. FLOYD L. BRYAN Independence, Mo J. JOSEPH CONRY Kansas CiI'y, Mo. J. JOSEPH CRISP Kansas Ci+y, Mo Phi Alpha Della Fralernily. EDWARD RICHARD CROTIY ' Kansas Cify, Mo Law Review: Officer, Legal Aid Clinic: Phi Alpha Della. GENE ALLEN DELEVE Kansas Cify, Mo Law Review: Phi Alpha Della Fralernilyg Legal Aid Clinic: Evidence Prize I952: Dean's LisI'. JEAN W. EDWARDS Kansas Ci'ry, Mo af flue Law-sponsored all-sfudenf dance SENIORS HAROLD FRIEDMAN Kansas Cily, Mo. Who's Who in American Colleges and Llniversilies: Law Review, Recenl Decision Edilor: Chairman, Ollicer, Legal Aid Clinic: Phi Alpha Della: Dean's Lisl. JOHN A. HONSSINGER Richland, Mo. Chairman, Mool Courl: Vice-Juslice, Phi Alpha Della. SAMUEL GARNETT HOPKlNS Kansas Cily, Mo. Board ol Governors: Law Review: Vice- Juslice, Phi Alpha Della: Men's lnlra- murals. GEORGE EUGENE JOHNSON Kansas Cily, Mo. Law Review: Phi Alpha Della: Mool Courl Compelilion, Judge. JAMES P. JOURAS Kansas Cily, Mo. Who's Who in American Colleges and Universilies: Co-Chairman, Sludenl Bar Associalion: Board ol Governors: Vice- Presidenl, Sludenl Council: Chairman, Publicalions Board: Law Review: U-News: Business Manager, Pandex: Juslice, Phi Alpha Della: Presidenl, Bounder: Judge, Mool Courl: Law Research Commillee, Judge Hunler: Legal Aid Clinic: Men's lnlramurals: Dean's Lisl. FRANK WILLIAMS KOGER Kansas Cily, Mo. Vice-Presidenl, Sophomore Class: Vice- Chairman, Board ol Governors: Sludenl Council: Assislanl Edilor, Law Review: Edilor, Pandex: Winner, Mool Courl Com- pelilion, Judge: Phi Alpha Della: Dean's Lisl. JAMES ROCCO LENGE Kansas Cily, Mo. g WILLIAM C. LANE Kansas Cily, Mo. Co-Chairman, Board ol Governors: Della lhela Phi. , Harold Friedman U f : Samuel Garnelf Hopkins ' 5 I:N l f - ' James P. Jouras 50' r ly ,L S i James Rocco Lenge ' 1 W , X X 071, , I ' ' ff X 1 I k-.s? x 'L 'r'7' ' , 'lf NW' J SM T' John A. Honssfnger George Eugene Johnson Frank Wi'lli'ams Koger Wi'l!iam C. Lane ,III I I I 5 I II I 1 I lI I III Ni I II w II I f II I - I I1 I' I ii QI Iii I 'Q I I ' ,II I I I 1 I I i I . Ii?-I Ii ' Ii I III H if I Ii If I I 'i"I Ii Iii II fI I If I Ii I 3 I 1, I III I ,II ii I Qfl i II II I II :III II Um ii I N: I II VIII ii II II L II II I iI I III I I IIIII ii II I f Ii I I EI II II A I I- :Il ii ii I I I I I I I3 I 1 I IIII I I I IIII II: Ps HI I! .iw Isii IIi1'I .III IIIII III. II151 IIIII' 118 I ,l'l IfII III 'FR Van Gene Roberf Morfin Melvin H. Meyer Joseph SIDCIHO Bgncfgff Edward Weinfroub George M. Winger sENloRs GENE ROBERT MARTIN Kansas Ciiy, Mo. Dean, Delia Theia Phi. MELVIN H. MEYER Kansas Cify, Mo. Law Reviewg Chairman, Law Day Enier- iainrnenip Phi Deiia Phi: Legal Aid Clinic. JOSEPH PHILIP SPALLO Kansas Cify, Mo. BANCROFT M. TAPP Kansas Ciiy, Mo. Phi De-Ha Phi. I EDWARD WEIINTRAUB Harfford, Conn. Phi Alpha Delia: lnirarnural Pooiball. GEORGE M. WINGER Kansas Cify, Mo. Phi Delia Phi: Law Review: Dean's Lisi. 45? --Lmqgx I IW I T1 0 .i. .4 ,JI .ea 3? These graduafing Seniors did noi have piclures Ialcen JAMES ALEXANDER VINCENT E. BAKER PhiAlpha Delia HOMER CHAS. BITTIKER Phi Della Phi RALPH BLINSTON Della Theia Phi WILLIAM J. BRADY ARTHUR BUNKER Phi Alpha Della WILLIAM BURNS JACK M. CAMPBELL SAL A. CAPRA Phi Della Phi EDGAR S. CARROLL Phi Alpha Delia MORRIS A. CASE Mooi Couri Cornpelilion HAROLD COFFMAN Officer, Phi Della Phi CLARENCE A. CONOLEY EDWARD A. COOK III Phi Della Phi ROBERT A. DAKOPOLOS Della Thela Phi STEPHEN J. DOLINAR JOSEPH L. DUFFY DON DYKE Phi Della Phi JEROME D. ESCOE EDWARD L. FARRELL Jr. . JAMES M. FELLENSTEIN Mool Couri Compehlion CHARLES H. GRIESA LOUIS HAY JESUS R. HERNANDEZ Phi Alpha Della, Mool Courl Compehlion ROBERT HILER Jr. Phi Delia Phi HENRY H. HUTH KENNETH A. KUENY FRANK KENNETH KYLE Officer, Phi Alpha Della GLENNON MCFARLAND Delia Thela Phi EUAL MOTTER JAMES LESTER PARKER HERBERT G. PRIVETTE MAGNUS E. ROBINSON LAURENCE B. SILKS Phi Della Phi LONNIE W. WEGE Mool Couri Compelilion THOMAS V. WELTON Della Thela Phi ROBERT BRENT WURBACK Phi Della Phi LEONARD YOCUM These Juniors did noi' havepiciures Ialcen. George Alspaugh, Ned Bahr, Mariha Hiclcman, Warren Ro e B Id A ge F I 0 e Jo eph K SIGIGC RC I' Donaldson, Richard Lenaghan, John Milone, George MII Th OB S+ Iey Pal: a Plo Murray, David Pansing, Rafael Romeu, Charles Shiner iho y S S e ce Thom S+ I: ell a Charles Spooner, Charles Slolcesberry, Leonard Swade SI y+ e T y F CGS Lee Swinlon, George Wesl, Clarence Wood. a d Wai o Joh Wre J 5 54 55 5 5 555 55' 5 ,. 5 ' 5 5 5, 5. 5 15 5 5.55 1 4' 5 5 I, 55 5 y 5 5 55 . fi 5 5' 5 5 5 5 'r 5 M 5 5, 55 .5 E5 E, '55 55 5 , 55 55' 55 . 555 5 gi! f Z 5 5 5 5 55 X, N' ,V 55 5 5' 55 '5 55 55 5 55 55 5 55 :EI ix il , 55 ' 5. 5 5 3 y5 555 5 5 5 5 55 ' 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 , 5555 5 5 5 5' 5 55 5. 5 5 5 5 5 5.5 5 5 5 5 5 5 i f u .4 Q ff Qi, X 15 5325 ff' --'I I fw 4 " 12- . JUNIORS Top row: Richard M. Beary, Roberf Donald DeWiH, Harry D. Dingman, Jack E. Ganf, Charles Clayfon Gardner, Roberf Leo Gilday. Third row Louis Lombardo, Harold James Maddox, Ralph Lane Marlin, Samuel Rea McCracken, Aaron Roberf Parelman, Jay Nelson Pike. Second row Clyde James Rayburn, Jr., Francis Lee Smifh, S. Larry Sfein, Morley Vogel, A. Dunham Walker, William E. Winbigler. Firsf row: R. W. Berrey Ill some wenf ouf for inframurals , iijf iifl if , X. gy f Q "1 .L L l: gf' f my ff.,,f . - 1, .iigsik Y X 5,5 '., 517 ,f W5-M ,I 3 Y sf 4 ,4?4,a.g ' J-,-4 4, V 'W '12 T 5 - if f ii 3 5 R ab . 1 ., r ' X 9 PL ' 5' "ea ' 'J 1 f .51 'lg ,5 .Q 1.5 5 ' . X ,M ,ff f ix, 5"' le, 5 M 5 1 - . Q , g XM 2 K .X NK ,w K X , . Al - .,k. - Vfxgisfp, f ' kgw L . k Q : A If I f, fi' , . A 4. 4 , Vital., . f, , 15- -2 f "wx " 1 - ' xf fv wg , 2 5' ., 1 5 4. 'ab 4. H Q 4 if af 'V 2 'Q 5 ,W , 1 4a,,,a5 .- ' . .ff fl -.. .kr ,,f if-1-Q N as i Pg ' 5 'Q ..-- W W ,E 34 4 r"-'A 1? 6 S' 1... , f f ., L 4 , ,, w . Wei - - x Q Z I , f x ' ' J' " .Q ' 'I 'ii i 17 of ' ' if Top row: Phillip James Baker, William Sherman Brandon, Thomas L. Davidson, Edwin Richard Egglesfon, James Clark Franks, John C. Gilbreafh Second row: Donald Richard Hilker, Edmond Joseph Mcflligoff, Brock R. McPherson, Jack William Nixon, John R. Prefz, Clark Albin Ridpafh Firsf row: William A. Rule, James Salfer ll, David Roberf Schollars, Jerome Franken Smifh, William Waldon Wood. FRESHMEN new sfudenfs were welcomed l Y. in- - 1- 7-D - Li if 1 1 li I - x x xmix xx g . s. ? A 1. f,7'2 fy, f ff , Win, 1 f - f : , H ' 1 I rc J A ' f 'X f I ,1 .- 4 P V I l n f . q L 5 .... Ji Z' l'- IF 1 K ' f. f 17,5 f 's'Q' l Layne, Berrey and Jouras sfucly a proposal. THE BOARD OF GGVERNORS THE BOARD convened in April, I952. Dave Whipple and Henry Blue, pasT oTTicers, were presenT To aid The new Board. Those elecTed Trom The nighT school were Bill Lane, Gene MarTin, Dan Sawyer and Bob Ber- rey. From The day school Jim Jouras, Franlc Koger, John OanT, Raphael Romeau. Lane and Jouras were elecTed co-chairmen oT The Board and Berrey, SecreTary. Norman Besheer was appoinTed Treasurer. Freshman elecTions were held shorTly aTTer The Tall semesTer. began. Jack Nixon and Bob Schollars were elecTed To represenT The day school, Don LongsTaTT and Hall Parrish, The nighT. The Board appoinTed William Winbigler as ChieT JusTice oT The STudenT CourT. a body exisTing in name only unTil The Tall elecTion was conTesTed. ATTer several hearings iT was ruled There was noT enough evidence 'To subsTanTiaTe The charge ThaT The OFFICERS elecTion was noT Tairly conducTed. The day Freshmen on The board were Cochalrmen JAMEELEFEXSQE allowed To remain and The case was dismissed. . . ,- THE BOARD OF OOVERNORS sponsored a RoosT dance in December Vice-Chairman FRANK KOGCR d , , S P k d Secreirary an 6 FJICUIC aT .GF SGDOD SGFTIGSTGF. Treasure, NQRMAN BESHEER THE BOARD also aided in making arrangemenTs Tor law day, and en- deavored To see ThaT This, a mosT imporTanT exTra-curricular TuncTion oT The school, was a greaT success. V BOARD MEMBER Romeau gave The MooT CourT a gavel which was inscribed as a memorial To John L. Raschlce, a sTudenT who losT his liTe in an auTomobile mishap lasT year. Bob Scholars, Dan Sawyer, Bill Layne, Bob Berrey, Jim Jouras, Jack Ganf, Jack W. Nixon, Rafael Romeu. NOT in picfure: Norman Besheer, Frank Koger, Don Longsfaff, Gene Marlin, Hal Parrish. .wit '-Xfxg . U, Ss., y 4- I M..-A-. gf! t 'xl - is 1 X-,, K! K' K X . , 15 'vm- If 'G 1 . V-4 'H X 4 'im K- -,sa 5' A E x Lf' N , ' , . 'Nr I - , Y , ,,,, ,,, A . .r" ,QQ i i ,- 1? 54 i 1 Y 1 1 1 3 I . !4. ELLISON Bob DeWiff and Bob Parelman-Firsf place in '53. CLUB MCGT Tl-IE ELLISON CLUB IVIOOT COURT COMPETITION, named in honor of Dean Emerifus Edward D. Ellison, one of fhe founders of fhe Law School, provided for ifs members pracfical experience in preparing and pleadingla case before an appellafe courf. Moof Courf is a coordinafion of fhe fundamenfal divisions of fhe sfudy of law- research. analysis and oral and wriffen ex- pression. SENIOR LAW sfudenfs, acfing as a panel of judges, and several members of fhe fac- ulfy grade each feam nof on fhe basis of fhe law involved buf on fhe merifs of fhe wrif- fen brief as a brief and on fhe characfer of fhe oral argumenf. The fwo fop feams each year presenf a final argumenf before acfual iudges, prizes being awarded from a fund esfablished by Dean Ellison. TOP RANKING feams of l952 were Eranlc Koger-Paul Vardeman and I-lenry Blue-Nor- man Besheer. The final argumenf befween fhese feams was heard by fhe Kansas Cify Courf of Appeals. Winners Eranlc Koger and Paul Vardeman represenfed fhe Law School in fhe disfricf compefifion af Sf. Louis. -ROBERT DEWITT-ROBERT PARELMAN won fhe l953 preliminary argumenfs, wifh Vincenf Wifkus-Russell lvlillin second. The final argumenf has been sef for fall. Sfudenf iudges were Norman Besheer, I-lenry Blue, Eranlc Koger, George Johnson, James Jouras, and Paul Vardeman. John I-lonssinger was sfudenf chairman of fhe club, Jaclc Oanf served as clerlc of fhe courf, and Professor John M. Specca was faculfy advisor. 1. . - . ' ' l s I I L lr -, r ', "', f V' V ' .. Y A f . .1 .1 , f f I , W ..fQ 7 5? ? Q Q ! I D 1 1 b 1 , - - , ' . w I Q n L l . , '41 4 I I n F :al wwu, wO.m xi., 'ein ger ani rdo ade PHI DELTA PHI TI-IE PI-II DeIIa Phi Law FraIerniIy, IormaIIy founded in I869, was Ihe Iirsf professional IegaI IraIerniIy in America. Since Then, Phi Delfa Phi has issued more Ihan sevenfy-five charIers Io Inns ar all major io 0 Iaw schools. The IocaI chapIer, PoweII Inn, was qranlr- ed ifs charIer in I942. OOQ O ,ri "1 'T f Fra'-I row: Bob Wurdack, Jack G. Nixon, Larry Silks, Henry Blue, Don Dyche, Bill Pike. Back row: George Winger, Earl Miller, Norman Beslveer, Lloyd Alvey, Kenneflv Babbif, Wilber Duer. Noi in picfure: Dick Beifling, Harold Coffman, Gail Crysfal, George MGCCUVGIYI Sam McCracken, Gene McFadden, Roberf Maxwell, Charles Spooner, David Wesfpllal. I orncerzs I I Magisfer Henry BIue I Exchequer I-Iarold Coffman I Clerk Don Dyche I I.IoycI Alvey Hisforian Larry Silks Y- , 1 41' ea 2 X F W I 1 l X .r , K. 1- V .1 .1-.4 W- ,. f 1, -, ff A-X , . .4 A Y .X -. X , - ., -- .A .g. ,..-1. ,-.,. . 5. Z.,-q,,, . , Q ,, 1 -- -- A. ,- . 7 1 - -fx-1 ., :.m"xfL'- ,-'gp , . ur- X -. v X x . ,. .. ,. . , -- , -, -Q-X . .L V, Y, -- M 'Z--wk: f. 'Y A , 1. f V , - .. Vx 1 1 ,. 1 .1 - ,f'-'-' . ,, r-,-,' .V '- .. 5.51--A r I . 21, 1 . 1 r 5 , E , V5 g Z . 3 1 J .- .4 5 4 , 1 ffm 'i gi 4. N M L!! sf 4, QW 'HQ 1 1:- UW: I' I 4 D Q ' 1 VD UV fx , ,w MQW Q-4" 1 . if - 1'- 'T 'f':.12 1 QWQ " V . ww ,f - 4 ' S1 lfil' W , ,f 9 I f 5 if I A X 5 we? 'few 7 2 ESF? X ef g 213: Q W ' H M 2 ff ,gg X Q gf Y Ei gi Y .Ab ,Wg . Q vf 0 Y? 1.1 4 V' QQ vi W : K 5 , W , . Y QXQNQQ. r. 5 ' 'B PK ' 'Qt 9' ' '-fn.: M ,525 . 1 'iw W 5 4 . s V .sw 41 X ., 1 1 fi P Q.: ,. .r I i P ..v.Q.vm. fn, A ',M,x, 2 -Q., , A ' + ...W W. V. .W ,.X, ' K few ,,,,.. f X . , 1 K f 1 1 W g , w ,,. Z, , 'fig' ' 5 ,,.4 , -f f f- 'fm':?a'. in 7- fwa' wig THE PHARMACY SCHOOL THE AMERICAN PHARMACTST-coNsTANT GUARDIAN OF THE Pueucs HEALTH, CONSULTANT TO THE PHYSICIAN, AND A LEADER IN THE COMMUNITY. RESPECTED AND admired by every sTudenT and TaculTy member, always ready wiTh a warm hand shake or word of greeTing for whomever he meeTs, Tull of inTeresT in all campus affairs-These are all characTerisTics of Dr. Theodore T. DiTTrich, Dean of The School of Phar- macy. ONE OF The greaT impulses oT The young man or woman, who chooses a IiTe oT dedicaTion Te The profession of Pharmacy, is To learn The eThics, Tech- niques and slcills which will enable him To beTTer serve The pharmaceuTical needs oT his communiTy. Over and above This he also sTrives To serve his fellow man in his search Tor a beTTer moral, social and philosophical approach To The problems of life. IT was To enable The pharmacisTs of This communiTy To reach boTh goals ThaT The Kansas CiTy College oT Pharmacy was merged wiTh The UniversiTy of Kansas CiTy in I943. THE POSITIONS of leadership already aTTained by graduaTes of This insTiTuTion aTTesTs To The success oT The merger. The Class of I'-753 will Tall heir To a heriTage OT Tine TradiTions esTablished by Their pre- decessors. During The pasT Tour years I have come To lcnow The members oT This graduaTing class and Teel cerTain ThaT in The Tinal accounTing They will noT be Tound wanTing. THIS WILL be my IasT opporTuniTy as your Dean To wriTe a message To a graduaTing class oT This School oT Pharmacy. As I consider iT a privilege Tor a young man or woman To receive a degree Trom This insTiTuTion so I consider iT a disTincT honor To have been permiTTed To serve as your Dean. The pasT decade will always be The mosT sTimulaTing oT my liTe. I may be more successTul in a maTerial way, buT The spiriTual saTisTacTion which has come Trom building This School, wiTh Thehelp of a loyal TacuITy, a Tine sTudenT body, and a responsive Alumni, has leTT iTs marlc upon me, and will aTTecT my liTe in The years To come. gs-, THEODORE T. DIT'I'RICH Dean of The School of Pharmacy BORN, REARED, and educafed in Bal- Timore, Maryland, Dr. DiTTrich received his PhG, BS, and PhD aT The UniversiTy of Maryland. ATTer serving as an in- sTrucTor aT Maryland and Loyola Uni- versiTies, he became Pharmacy Dean in 1943. IN HIS Ten years here, he has been The major TacTor in The growTh and develop- menT of The School of Pharmacy. And Though Dr. DiTTrich will noT reTurn nexT year, he may resT assured ThaT he will TO THE sTudenTs leaving Tor a professional career, I suggesT ThaT you Tace your TuTure wiTh The conTi- dence and inTegriTy wiTh which you have lived up To your responsibiliTies in School. To Those remain- ing, I suggesT ThaT you sTrive To mainTain The same high degree oT educaTional developmenT as your predecessors so ThaT you may always be as proud of your Alma MaTer as she will always be OT you. I LEAVE Kansas CiTy wiTh Toncl memories of Those I have come To know and love and wiTh every wish Tor The Tine TuTure which This insTiTuTion has earned and deserved., HJd...os?'risu:a..Q 1 P, l I I I I 1 A ww 9' :hoo fi? vs ri Af' -wma 50- 'ii ,I II I . I gf I 1' I 'f . I IIII ' I f 2 '1 Ii I I' .9 Is fx, , xi, , I IQ I I if 3, I I If , II' I ' I I , l II- i ' I f I !I ' ' I 'I II 'Q I II II I: , fi I QI K I I I I , I1 : If I II-I X ii i I Q 1 1 I ' I i I ,i f I III II II in II' I :II ' IM ,NI H Ii iw I II I II lj I II ' I I I im I U II I Hi is I3 , IVA Ii Ii' EI' . I Y ' I is I 1 I 4 II I 'I 1 5 :I I II ' I III I I I Ii' 1 I II ,' ' I I h is I I I i'I I III I Ii I Iii I f I 5 WHO'S WHO IN PHARMACY BILL JAMISON PHARMACY AWARD WINNERS FOR 1953 Lehn Fink 6oId MedaI EvereII Greene AIumni Award A Frank Johnson Second AIumni Award Donald Sfover Merch Award RoI3erI Beeson ,frve Bris'roI Award Henry Sfeinhaus Three Leading Sfudenfs-Sophomore Class Three Leading SI'udenI's-Junior Class Moses Speiser Theodore Auyong Donald Schanker Laura DeFeo Wallace VVayne Johnson Joy Drury 9 Q SENIORS ROBERT LEE BEESON Texarkana KENNETH HERMAN BERGMAN Sedalia, HUGH T. BRADSHER Kansas Cify, MAURICE J. BRANUM Kansas Cify, WALTER W. DEGENER Independence, HAROLD LEONARD ESRIG Kansas Cify Ark Mo Mo Mo Mo , Mo. CHESTER C. EERRELL Porfland, Ore. ROBERT E. GALVIN For? SCOH, Kans. X s, LX X ?ff pl.. ii if rf e a a ...EQ g ' f' V i ff' an ., '-Rf K ' mfr X XX! f Qi? - Ll' J-X Um f V10 '!w'+'b7 T I7 :Qi 4 A MFT! ILE-Tgqsbll 'VC E kJ f ky' M- f ver h .: Q- H77 r. -1 sb we rf R W - H HR4 Erie FTW, mf? "You built yourself in-now Sell your way outlg, Siffing fhis one ouf gigiqfya ,www ll L ' 1 Roberf Lee Beeson Kennefh Herman Bergman Hugh T. Bradsher Maurice J. Branum Walfer W. Degener Harold Leonard Esrig Chesfer C. Ferrell Roberf E. Galvin 4 SENIORS EVERETT FRANKLIN GREENE Grain Valley, Mo. JOHN W. JAMISON Kansas Cify, Mo. VAUGHN JAMES HEMRY, Jr. Kansas Oily, Mo. STANLEY JOSEPH KLIMEK, Jr. S+. Joseph, Mo. GERALD J. LORENZ S+. Joseph, Mo. JOE HENRY 'MATTHEWS Pine Bluff, Ark. JIM TOM PHELPS ' Miami, Olcla. DWAYNE M. RIPPERGER Kansas Ciiy, Mo. PRESCRIPTIONSI IP ll HSteer clear of prescriptions today, old BJ. is dipping into the hornlone supply ' yas agaln. T-Than-vm ac Cav-icons 0 gfo W7 H Isla clern vl-ran-'rn au' A N.Y1v1uBvt,S9S2, mx. x. 4 Yu S Y:afYE2,YJav'vS 9'C"""P""I af fhe spring dance Evere-H Franklin Greene John W- JUf7'7l.5Of7 VQU hn Jgmeg Henf Jr, Sfcjrlfey JOS6,Dfl Klfmek, Jr. 9 Y' L Gerqld J, Lorenz Joe Henry Moffhews Jim Tom Phelps Dwayne M. Rfpperger SENICRS MERLE RIPS Kansas Cify, Mo. HAROLD W. SHIPMAN Kansas Cify, Mo. HENRY STEINHAUS Por+ Arfhur, Tex. EUGENE E. STEPHENS S+. Joseph, Mo. THOMAS EDWARD STORM Leavenworfh, Kans. DONALD KEITH STOVER Fredonia, Kans. ARNOLD THOMAS Dawson Springs, Ky. SAM EUGENE WEINER Kansas Cify, Mo. ERNEST H. WEINSTEIN Kansas Cify, Mo. fnof picfuredj ROBERT EUGENE ADAMS Kansas Cify, Mo CHARLES WILLIAM BEGGS Lexingfon, Mo FRANK PAUL BISCEGLIA Kansas Cify, Mo RICHARD JOSEPH HAYES De'rroi'r, Mich WILLIAM MILTON HOLTRY WicI1i'ra,Kans ROBERT EDWIN HOWERTON Kansas Cify, Mo F. FRANKLIN JOHNSON Grave'r're,'ArIr LOUIS ORLANDO, III Kansas Cify, Mo JOHN GUNTHER OESTERLE Kansas Cify, Mo PATRICIA J. RUBELEE Kansas Cify, Mo HORACE W. TRAPHAGAN, Jr. Kansas Ci'ry, Mo BILL J. WORTH Kansas CH'y, Mo in P ' vig: 'I a n 4 I . A A K af fhe old ball game Merle Rfppg Henry S7'ell7llC7US Eugene E, Sfepheng Thomas Edward Sform Donald Keifh Sfover Affwld l-h0fT7U5 Sam Eugene Weiner Ernesf H. Weinsfein , V, . ,. I , 3.,,7,Z,.,,,Vv,,W3,.7?,,,..Z,,,.-,M fl, , , ,V . WV., ,.,,,,,,,, Z , ,,.,, , , 7-an 1 W' vs. :I+ f, X 2 4, Q2 , !,.f,,,.V.,ff .V ,V , , rx V ,, V, V ,w,,.V4:,K-A-,m.'V V J, ff , . , V, , H , ' V , V 4,yg,,,,,Qf,,,5f , , , ,,, I V X W. ., 'W 1 4-vi., 'C' ,Mira S, -.2 " 1 ,n 1 L4 f X 75- 2 V, , 2 or , X W 57 1 f N l A? Ki '15 Q. L 0 i Q Top row: Roger F. Bruner, Laura Nicholas Defeo, Joy Drury, Bob Garwood, Henry Holclerman, Wallace W. Johnson. Second row: Shirley McVey Milfon H. Miller, Owen H. Neff, Wayne Preweff, George Ed Sims, Don Frederick Skinner. Firsf row: Norma J. Spangler, Jo Ann Swensson, Rodney Wesner. af fhe halloween dance .IUNIORS - gf? i "" . K' dsx 15 as A W Q Q 2 me A Q HA K N X K 'NK S. Q- fh Q Y FM. 1 4,,, , Q A. A ' " " 1? bg X . V V, If 4' aff! Top row: Shields Baker, Jerry H. Biclcley, William Bode, Oren E. Dougherfy, Carl E. Francis, Frank H. Huff. Second row: Jack H. Morris, Ann E. Pridgen, Donald D. Schanker, Jerald W. Schmalhorsf, Huberf M. Snell, Moses M. Speiser. Firsf row: Donald Sprenger, Roger L. Thomson, Gary Traxson, Charles Walfers. F' soPHoMoREs Oh! happy day i ,L If 'Mx ,if ' 1 I . , 'H ,. L' ,, 6 , 47' . in im 1 5' , 5 " 2 A .7 'V 5 'S N iii? M X X J if Q L 102, in 'ir Top row: Taylor Boring, William Roberf Cunningham, Don Davidson, Kennefh G. Finkle, Roberf D. Kurfz, Roland E. Lohmar. Firsf row: Roger Morain, Arlene Nelson, William E. Osborn, Eugene F. O'Neill, Charles C. Spencer, Jr., Theodore Trusewyfsch. E Foul N 'r 5 nv i fab F' '- 'l. W HQ, WML' - gpg 'Il N ,WNV ,ik gl, N L, I-2 gg M Q AI! Qhmlzcfi f7f?fnFb..5, Q, f i T T 1 i Q Q Q if he X l" A E 4:1 Ralph Willis. f , , were "Boy that was close-twice Qldedih I alnlost broke down and W X bought a comic bookf' pharmacy baslcefballers FRESHMEN 4 1. K l r P I I L , I ,f-- ? ,- Q ' . ff ff XV' f mf, ,nf L" MXMVW ., I h If 5' ' , ' 5, 11 1 11 11 1 I1 1 1 1 11 11' R1 1 11 1 1 1, 11 , 11 1 1 1 ,I T ' 1 i 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 V1 12 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,. 11 1 1 11 , ,1, , 1 E 1 I1 1 1 ,, 1' 1 1 1 , 11 11 ' 1 'l iz 1 I1 1 "1 111 1 11, 1 1 J, ,11 111 1, ,M 11 12' 11. 111 E1 11 1s 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 R 11 1 ,1 1 11 1 111 1 .1 1,1 11 ,1 111 '1 1 1 11 1, 11 lil! 1 11 1 I 11,1 1U 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! E 1 1 E 1 121 1 f 1 1 1 11 11 ,Q I W, 11 11 '1 1 5 Q 1 I 1 1 1' 1 H 1 .1 1 1. 1 I 1 I 11 1, 1 1? 1I1 11 11 1 1 1 1941. IMQ PHARMACY AT PLAY Pharmacy sfudenfs clemonsfrafe fhe use of a lcymograph af Open House. 31 Dixie Simpson, Ted Auyong, John Simp- son, Doreen Komp, and George Tiller. l r Z DQ1155 rf ,110 Lg 0" 1 111s 11111111 111 'f X ,,f 7 aww X 11 But you sand whfxt w needed was a ,good slogan! 150 if ff ,f .givin , . 1 x WW Y , 3" ., 1 and '!"4',', - , , 1 1 ,- 1 1 in-Z5-f. 'A'f45f'N'f 'W-Mf'5'ff,,Q fr X X " - J ' ",,2"f- ,N My sg: .,,.i,w, . 4' Vey, pWk,4i1V,.,, 1,1 1, 1,3 fs. , 'Kg-e ff -Q r viz..-, f i:aggh,,,,, IKM. QQ, ,Q , fy gi 1 'M 5, fd fa wiv -1 ,Alf MM", VA, V .if WW, 'S Jvxff '1f'.., 1'i1'f'i J I fy' ,4 " , , Qffxi 1 jf, ,,,..,, ,VA X fm., pf 4 , U ,V ,,. M, W an if in lf ' S 1" n ' V739 ' '-.TTS , ,. i 1 Q , 1 , 1, we W QW'-n. Tiff- ,,s,1,?h ' Y . ' 2,1 x A 1 4 Carl Francis and Jerry Schmallhorsf in acfion. Foreground: Mr. and Mrs. Don Davidson. Bock- ground: Carl Francis, Shirley McVey, Jo Swens- son, Bill Kelsay, Ann Fields, Jerry Schmallhorsf, Norma Spangler, and Joe Smifh. .91 si 1 KR no 1 i V I K i k I i L 4 .... , ' - -XJ, WWY1 1 Y l Q ,, V , wr l 4 if I WM 1 HEALTH HANGS IN THE BALANCE TODAY AMERICA numbers among her pro- fessional men more Than 75,000 pharmacisTs who have dedicaTed Themselves To The preser- vaTion oT The healTh oT Their Tellow man. Through The years They have served Their com- muniTy TaiThTully. These men and women have sTudied hard and prepared well Tor Their roles as links in The chains oT medical service which have made The ciTizens of The UniTed STaTes The healThiesT and besT proTecTed in The world. WHEN YOU realize ThaT during an.average year The pharmacisTs oT America have com- pounded more Than 350,000,000 prescripTions involving I2,000 pharmaceuTical producTs, The reason Tor The rigorous curriculum in Pharmacy becomes apparenT. These prescripTions aver- aged Two ingredienTs apiece. Thus There were more Than I44,000,000 possible combinaTions, each involving inherenT incompaTibiliTies. In order To discover and avoid These iT. is neces- sary ThaT The pharmacisT have Training noT only in The basic sciences, buT in The special- ized Tields oT pharmacology, serology and pharmaceuTical chemisTry as well. lnTo each prescripTion goes The accumulaTed knowledge and experience oT 8,000 years work by The proTession oT pharmacy. YOUR CORNER pharmacisT has an added re- sponsibiliTy Toward The communiTy in ThaT he is oTTen called upon Tor advice and assisTance in mainTaining Th e healTh and well being of his neighbors. lT is here ThaT he also plays a very imporTanT role. A recenT survey has shown ThaT The corner pharmacisT is called upon Tor public healTh inTormaTion an average of Three Times Tor each prescripTion he compounds. Accord- ing To recenT Tigures The dr,uggisTs oT America were relied upon more Than one billion TiTTy million Times a year Tor assisTance. WHEN WE say ThaT your healTh hangs in The balance, iT is more True Than you Think. ThaT all imporTanT prescripTion which you Take To your neighborhood druggisT really may mean The difference beTween liTe and deaTh. This is The responsibiliTy which The young men and women on The preceding pages are preparing To assume. They realize The seriousness oT Their 'ob and have Tollowed a rigorous course l oT Training To prepare Them Tor This work. -The 7948 Morfor X Xxx XX WY -Tr X Nm W Xf Z V-fin 5 ,ff fx!! 2 1. . ,XA .L .J .94 ,,.f ,4 fi y,,P' ,if-Z fi" I f 1: X 'f IJ fY QQ ,J-' Q .,,- - , ' "': f-L.--' ' " X f "L f - 4 x ff f K-.Q ,AAA I ' W ,. 'x, ' X ' ' ' " N, X- ' , eff. ,WW I 1 1 2 -1 -.. I V I X. Y f -, , h . 4 ' f , ' ' Y , ,IVV r x . f ' .A Q ' ,"' ,w--- . - ,- " i Q"--' - ' - f ' . -A "fi :ff--' ','-5-f-1.1 ,-xiii: 523-1g:iiL251:E'9'if'21ff2' iff?S1fi,-:fi-fjzii.-Lf1'15x-:Nici-Q :Z 1 ' ig- f , -- f - r w.,,-. Y. gg., .-.g'.,- r ,1-+..,:Q:1z ' -'A .- X-7.,Af' 5.-,. ' fx: .11 3. . 'lu-:T - " . ' W . ' , . N.: - - . '.,,+, x,,f,-, A,-ff., 1 :Az -.-N, , 4, -,-,,-,,-,, -,. v'-f f- f x xx- u.- THE DENTAL SCHCCDL I 2 I I ROY J. RINEHART Deon of fhe School of Denffsfry y An address before fhe Alumni Associofion of fhe School of Denfisfry, Hofel Presidenf, March 9, 7953, by Deon Rinehorf. MEMBERS OF fhe Alumni Associafion of fhe Uni- versify of Kansas Cify, School of Denfisfry, I fake greaf pleasure in fhis opporfunify fo welcome each of you fo fhis annual meefing. This is a fime when our hearfs are warmed and memories refreshed. Our fhoughfs go back fo good and bad fimes, 'ro joys and occasionally sorrows, buf wifh if all, Iife's besf has prevailed and over-shadowed fhe worries and fears fhaf accompany every endeavor of life. These occasions are periods of resf from fhe foils of fhe day in fhe office. an' opporfunify fo forgef fhe froubles of your pafienfs. Here you have come fo refresh yourselves wifh expanded ideas. You will refurn home wifh some new fhoughfs and a means of fransferring fhese fhoughfs info realifies. I CANNOT fell you of fhe joy I experience when I hear of fhe success of our graduafes. I do nof believe -fhaf any school has a greafer number of successful alumni fhan your Alma Mafer. In making such a sfafemenf I wanf fo assure you fhaf every school in our land foday mainfains fhe ulfimafe in sfandards. I am very proud of fhis facf because I have been a parf of fhe evolufion of denfal edu- cafion for more fhan forfy years. Tomorrow we wanf you fo fhoroughly inspecf fhe school af Tenfh and Troosf. I wish you mighf go fo fhe campus and inspecf fhe excellenf accommodafions for our fresh- men. OUR HYGIENISTS also have spenf fheir firsf year on fhe campus. We had hoped fo have fhe enfire school on fhe campus before now, buf I' am sure all of you realize fhe greaf rise in cosfs during fhe pasf fhree years. Alfhough we have excellenf facil- ifies in our presenf building, a home on fhe campus would be a forward sfep and if will come. I AM mosf grafeful for fhe fine cooperafion of fhe officers of our associafion and fhe magnificenf resulfs fhaf have been achieved. If is wifh greaf pleasure and pride fhaf I greef our presidenf from New Mexico, Dr. Ralph Lopez. Ralph is one of fhe boys who sfarfed fo school, having as his enfire assefs, faifh, hope and ambifion. His success in Sanfa Fe is well known. Ralph, my congrafulafions. DURING FIFTY years experience and observafion in fhe profession, we are profoundly impressed wifh fhe advancemenf fhaf has come in fechnology and in science. The culfural side of our profession has risen immeasurably. These 'rhree developmenfs in denfal hisfory are inseparable. Culfure is as essen- fial as fhe ofher fwo. GREAT HAS been fhe service of scienfific labor in our field. If is nof unlilce general medicine and indusfry. The confribufions of modern science fo human fhinlcing have been nof only immense in fhemselves, buf all lines of infellecfual efforf have been absolufely revolufionary. The march of fhe human mind culminafes in hisfory. Hisfory is being wriffen every day in fhe achievemenfs of our pro- fession. IN THE hurry of our personal affairs and fhe de- mand for our modern service we may nof sfop fo realize fhis facf. We musf nof forgef our mosf valued obligafions fo mankind-charify, Icindliness, courfesy, and honesfy. .If our maior inferesf is fees, hisfory will record, nof valued service, nof monu- menfal achievemenfs, buf disdain and misfrusf. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN of fhis gafhering I am happy fo greef you, and may your fime here be profifable and full of pleasure, and lasfly, Ief us never forgef fhaf ouf of all educafional fraining in our profession and in our general and progressive educafion fhere comes one superlafive producf, fhe crowning achievemenf of efficiency, fhe ulfimafe sublime resulf. Thaf is why we are here foday. 53? AF.: , -1564 I H .X ,.., nm.-if-11,35 ........, - Dr. ROY J. RINEHART, D. D.S., F.A.C.D. DEAN ROY JAMES RINEHART was immorfalizecl in a dramafic alumni ceremony on March 9, 7953 af fhe Hofel Presidenl in Kansas Cily, Missouri. Dr. George M. Hollenback, '72, disfinguished alumnus of Los Angeles, California, presenled a beauliful bronze ana' marble busf of Dean Rineharf and paid elo- guenf fribule before one lhousand alumni of fhe Universily of Kansas Cily School of Denlisfry. IN EXTOLLING fhe virfues and accomplislvmenls of Dr. Rineharl, Dr. Hollenback said . . . "fo no man can greafer credif be given nol only for building our greaf inslilufion info one of flue counlry's finesl buf also for aclually preserving fha old colleges and making lhe confinuance of denial educa- fion in Kansas Cify possible. Dr. Rineharfs aclvievemenfs do nol sfop af fhe local level buf have been noleworlhy and of greal imporl in selling fhe slandards and praclices of denlal educafion in America." . , . 4' v - .... 'f J ' A 'LE . ' f' f, . . - 'EM -S A . ' 3-QE.: ,,,Af'-:gg ,,,wf ' f f-,wi . ' - , ,gm W: gg.-.5 5 . . xx 5? vii' i fETfA4fZYf: g " ' X I ' f X L I . .1 - K I 2101. Z' ii V . ' WM Q.gi,.,f . V. 1 , . g J' Q? z af xx .425 ' 3, .QV j.:5:'F3 'i- , I .V ,f I, Q 5 'f X . ' . ,, ', .4 Y 2 ,, -54,57 U .Mi 'LQ' ., fm ,L f ,of A .. aff .wfiff W. E. ADAMSON W. R. BELLINGER W. R. BOZWORTH C. J. BROWN 'r 5'. FACU LTY A l g, L ,.,., f W . X Z4 .g pffvgy .- wwf - we fa. 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W- X xm, n 1 VN' x4 X X a , rum ' '01, -1-u.,,,,' 5 W G c U 4 'YQ ,, x A fa 9 g I X A . ,K . M A, W se?-Ts, , 'Hn FQ, 7 . fix ' i W My , ,N X 'f. A f' 42 W uv ., - . 1 N wwuw i f ' , - V ,' 2,9 xifvnrfbf-Ear? :-:Hx 1' L.4QL. 1 zu L Top row: Helen Adams, Mary Brosnalwan, Marie Bufner, Refa Crandell, Darofhy Cuffing. Third row: Lou Duffon, Gerfrucle Fergu- son, Viola Flanagan, Laura Greer, Demefra Harrison, Mary Huffman. Second row: Louise Leach, Eva Lewis, Eriel Miller, Edna Moberly, Mary Orr, Margref Poffs. Firsf row: June Spalding, Donna Tomlin, lcle Toussainf, Jewel Williams, lngeburg Wriglwf. ASSISTANTS IN ADMINISTRATICDN obviously alopecia! ll L.. ' L ' . ,ff ,Jil i i I I S 1 W-f' ,- f F 5? i-gif' L 5 1 ., 'L ,, 73 ff ff 7 Q ' ,, f f , M4 V19 , ,, I 5 R ff ,f , S 'A SENIORS Pl I if K J f 14 . H r , f, ff NOW bf ii i MAX WEBB Presidenf CHARLES FOSTER WILLIS WESTER Secrefory Treasurer ? A 'a""frL , X , Wanna ff 1 ,,r.A A K 1 A 'W-.V 2 " 5 rrrr L L ' rrrr L - ' W 1 ' fm 1' 4402-L " ' LLLLL i Q 'J 1 i f -fs f,0.1x3K:,..,.-f f Lg . Y 4 X lil ,H qw . , Q .,. Av l. ',,,, 7 1459 W V. - S rLr ' E r r S . r SS L L f ,L 9 ,V " if - ,- V X V Lg Hi ,L 3, .. J f ' ,,', , j " , ' - 3 322' 257' f V JAMES TIPPS Vice-Presidenf rx 'R CI 931,11 P+ W + , QW w fm! . " ' D f' -:53:""'?f-"' B0 ,.,. X' . v 'I 'I .QGY L if if " gy, L L , J K , FEEL Semper Foe You LCHAQLCTERS' lffy OLIN WYATT Sfudenf Council x 7 if g f. 1 I ww 165 "-is 'UM sw. "Vis SENl0RS BERT B. ALLINDER Heavener, Olcla. Poleau Junior College, Olclaliomag Univer- sily ol Kansas Cily. Xi Psi Plii. JACK J. ARMSTRONG Frederick, Olcla. Cameron College: Universily ol Olala- lioma. Della Sigma Della. JAMES A. ATCHITY, Jr. Kansas Cily, Mo. Universily ol Kansas Cily. Peclodonlia Ap- poinlmenlg Periodonlia Appoinlmerilg Ol- licer, Della Sigma Della. CHARLEY F. BAKER Poleau, Olcla. Norllieaslern Olclalioma Slale Teacliers College. Pedodonlia Appoinlmenlg Della Sigma Della. DENNIS E. BALE Sall Lalce Cily, Ulah Universily ol Ulali. Ollicer, Psi Omega. GORDON P. BAXTER Pensacola, Fla. William Jewell College. Ceramics Ap- poinlmenlg Della Sigma Della. JOHN R. BLAND Malvern, Arlc. Arkansas A8fM. Vice-Presidenl, Junior if .... . . srsil , issr , T ' . H A . ss A f - 47 ,ff-5L?l'f69f 1' "" J' Berl B. Afffnder Jock J. Arrnslrong Jornes A. Afchily, Jr. Chorley F. Boker l De n nfs E. Bofe Gordon P. Boxler John R. Blond Kennelh W. Blomeyer Class: Ollicer, Psi Omega. KENNETH W. BLOMEYER Bloomfield, Mo. Universily ol Missouri. Ollicer, Psi Omega. oh! for fhaf deserf isle Q Q 1... S E N I 0 R S "" a .fees ROYAL e. BOWERS Shawnee, Okie. isie D i Universiiy Ol Oklahoma, Oklahoma Baplislr tl ' . I U niversily. Pedodonlia Appoinlrmenlg Ol- . A I Muna WINFGRD BRADFORD chaekeeiie, Okie. Universilry ol Kansas: Universily oi Olcla- ' A 'a i A homa. WhO's Who in American Colleges I TTI YQTS'-' 7"f"i ',f'.ff" f Xi? ie and Universilriesg Radiodoniia Appoinl- A menlg Presidenl, Junior Class. NORMAN BUCHMAN Philadelphia, Pa. Temple Universilyg Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science. Anaiomy Appoinl- menlg Dean's Lislr. HARLAN R. BURNS Kansas Cify, Kans. Universily of Kansas. Officer, Psi Omega. JOHN W. BURROW Ponca Cify, Okla. Universilry of Kansas Cily. Xi Psi Phi. JOHN R. CRAMER Warrensburg, Mo. Cenlral Missouri Slralre College. Della Sigma Della. HARLEY D. OROWDER Augueie, Rene. Universiiy Ol Wichiia. Xi Psi Phi. if ii' WM. R. DANNAHOWER P+. Pierce, Fle. ie, Soulhern College, Lakeland, Ploridag Uni- A K versilry of Kansas Cily. Pedodonlia Ap- O,' poinlrmenlp Officer, Delia Sigma Della. ,V ili. iei. I X ,f S V i P GSK, S , Fl ,Viv ke A 5 G2 . . W f' "R P 9 PI: 'S l W A ' S .eogf i . R. -, M,,ii,,,,, Royal G. Bowers Wrnford Bradford ' 3 M Norman Buchman Harlan R. Burns 'fo v E1 """" P P John W. Burrow John R. Cramer P P g . Harley D. Crowder Wi'lli'am R. Dannaliower niggas A sesurci-4 an vi-ie oisro-rwccm Devecoevweuvai. -ren-Nsverzsc TQIAUGULLR GROOVE. 1 - i i l I I l l 'i i l I l r i ' i l l E I i 167 E sENloRs ROBERT N. DAVIS Trenlon, Mo. Universily ol Norlh Carolina: Universily ol Kansas Cily. Crown and Bridge Ap- poinlmenlg Lalooralory Assislanlg Ollicer, Freshman Class, Xi Psi Phi. THOMAS L. DAY Mound Ci+y, Kans. Kansas Slale College. Della Sigma Della. VERNON H. DICKE Newfon, Kans. Municipal Universiily ol Wichila. JOHN E. DIETRICH ' Kansas Cify, Mo. William Jewell College. Xi Psi Phi. MAURICE D. DRUMMOND CoHonwood Falls, Kans. Kansas Slale Teachers College, Emporia: Universily of Kansas: Universily of Nolre Dame. Xi Psi Phi. LAWRENCE E. EDWARDS Muskogee, Olcla Universily of Oklahoma. Xi Psi Phi. RAY J. ESTEP Rocky Ford, Colo Universily ol Nebraska. Xi Psi Phi. RICHARD A. FERREL Hannibal, Mo Weslminsler College, Missouri. Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- liesg Pedodonlia Appoinlmenlq All-School Sludenl Courlg Member of Leaders in American Colleges: Chairman, Bush- whaclcer Ball Oueen Commilleeg Xi Psi Phi. look ouf behind you , SENIORS WILLIAM L. FIELDING, Jr. Ouay,OkIa. Cenlral Slale College, Olwlalwoma. Xi Psi Plwi. CHARLES M. FOSTER LiHle River, Kans. Llniversily ol Colorado. Officer, Senior Class. TROY O. GARRETT Ci1GCOi6h,Okld. Olclalwoma Baplisl Universily. Xi Psi Plmi. TED A. GLASS Tulsa, Okla. Universily ol Kansas, San Jose Slale. Pedoclonlia Appoinlmenl. Officer, Xi Psi Plii. BARNEY D. GRAHAM PraH, Kans. Universily of Kansas. Xi Psi Plii. FERDINAND G. GRAUMAN Harvey, N. D. Jameslown College, Norllri Dalsolag Tabor College, Kansas. GLEN K. GRIFFITH Bern, Kans Kansas Slale Co ege. Della Sigma Della. F. JAMES HAUPTLI Downs, Kans Universily ol Kansas, Universily of Kansas Cily. JAMES E. HERBERTSON Kansas Cify, Mo. Friends Universiry, Kansas: Kansas Slale College, Universily of Oregon. Sigma Xi: American Associalion of Analomislsg American Associalion ol Universily Pro- lessors: Xi Psi Plii. .2 . 3 'x Qt' Ci A I I , all ,J I A 1 . 75 "' 4-3 f N 1, C Qi if 'V Q 9 3 'F l , f ' fri V . 4 ', ' D U ww Vsinvee Powru can ASUJATH THRU THE SENIUQ QLA55' .,,.. y i P A "6JQ2w. , f' 'VW 5 958+ bf' , rf- , William L. Fielding, Jr. Troy O. Garrelf Ted A. Glass Barney D. Graham Ferdinand G. Grauman Glen K. Griffillv F. James Flaupfli James E. lrlerberlson i i ,b,V if 4 5, U :Q X an SENIORS CARL IW. HERRE, Jr. Kansas Oily, Mo. Universily ol Kansas Cily. Wlio's Wlio in American Colleges and Universiliesg Crown and Bridge Appoinlmenlg Sluolenl Councilg Vice-Presidenl, Xi Psi Plni. GEORGE T. HOPKINS Sl. Joseph, Mo. Universily ol Missouri. Della Sigma Della. LEE C. HYDE, Jr. Ralon, New Mexico Universilyrol Nlew Mexico. FLOYD JONES, Jr. Senalh, Mo. Soiullfmeasl Missouri Slale College. LLOYD M. JONES Eldon, MO. Weslminsler College. Xi Psi Plwi. CLARENCE E. KELLY TulSa,Okla. Tulsa Universily. Della Sigma Della. A HARRY B. KELLY, Jr. Anderson, Mo Soullwwesl Missouri Slale College. Della Sigma Della. ROLAND F. KIMBALL Shell Knob, Mo Carl W. Herre, Jr. George T. Hopkins Lee C. llyde, Jr. Floyd Jones, Jr. Lloyd M. Jones Clorence E. Kelly l-lorry B. Kelly, Jr. Roland F. Kfrnboll Soulliwesl Missouri Slale College. Psi Omega. - anyone wanf cv denfure pafienf? SENIORS LYLE L. KIMBROUGH Topelca, Kans. Emporia Slale Teachers College, Kansas. Psi Omega. DUANE E. KOLTERMAN Washinglon, Kans. Wenlworlh Mililary Academy, Missouri, Universily ol Kansas. Xi Psi Phi. PAUL R. KOONS Lindsborg, Kans. Belhany College, Kansas: Universily of Kansas. Xi Psi Phi. CHARLES L. LARSEN Pres'ron, Idaho Brigham Young Universily. Pedodonlia Appoinlmenlg Proslhelics Appoinlmenl. WILLIAM D. LEWIS SeaHle, Wash. S+. Marlins College. Oral Diagnosis Ap- poinlmenlg Della Sigma Della. HARRY L. LYDICK Overland Park, Kans. Universily ol Olclahoma. Officer, Junior Class, Psi Omega. MILTON F. MACK Norrh PlaHe, Nebr. Universilry ol Nebraslca. Xi Psi Phi. BOB E. MARTIN Joplin, Mo. Universily ol Kansas Cily. Xi Psi Phi. Allincler shows Campbell his Senior clinic .. . ., .fwfr Q Lyle L. Kimbrough Duane E. Kolrermon Foul R. Koons Charles L. Lorsen Wi'lli'om D. Lewis Harry L. Lydick Mflfon F. Mock Bob E. Marlin is L , M V ff wg 5. 3, . . ., i Nqr' ,I 1, 1 19 My ,gf rw A fi Q 'W H51 , , f 1 -' ' 11, ,Jn ' " fu w1'2,,, , , , in -,. .vous N f - .4 'ftszgg . OM' 'al' SENIORS JAMES' W. MARTIN Bolivar, Mo Soulhwesl Missouri Sfale College. Xi Psi Phi. JOE P. McLOUD For'r Gibson, Olcla Universify of Olclahoma. Who's Who in American Colleges and Universifies: Pedodonfia Appoinlmenlg Vice-President Sophomore Class. Presiclenl, Xi Psi Phi. SAM I. MORIMOTO Kansas Cify, Mo Universily of Kansas Cily. ERIC L. MOTLEY L Car+hage, Mo Belhany-Peniel College, Oklahoma, Uni- dwg Br- Z versily of Kansas Cily. ROBERT E. MYER McGehee, Ark Universify of Arkansas: Arlkansas AEM. Xi Psi Phi. DENNIS Z. NELSON Oberlin, Kans Universily of Denver. Xi Psi Phi. ROBERT M. NEUMANN Barflesville, Olcla Barllesville Junior College, Oklahoma: Uni- versiry of Kansas. Xi Psi Phi. A Jornes W. Morffn Joe P. McLoud Som l. Morfrnofo Eric L. Morley Roberf E. Myer Dennis Z. Nelson Roberf M. Neumann Roberf W. Oliver ROBERT W. OLIVER Oklahoma Ci+y, Okla Universily of Oklahoma. Pecloclonlia Ap- poinimenrg Officer, Psi Omega. bull session in fhe supply house SENICRS RICHARD C. PARKS Car+l1age,Mo Joplin Junior College, lvlissourig Universily ol Kansas. Oiiicer, Junior Class: Xi Psi Plwi. JOHN W. PARROTI' Colby, Kans Universily of Kansas: Emporia Slaie Teach- ers Col ege, Kansas. Oiiicer, Della Sigma Della. WAYNE L. PEAY Mesa, Ariz. Universiiy ol Arizona. Della Sigma Della. DONALD L. PHILBRICK Lincoln, Kans Kansas Slale College. Xi Psi Plii. JOHN H. PRICE, Jr. Bruslw, Colo Colorado College. Della Sigma Della. EUGENE R. RABOGLIATTI Globe, Ariz Universily ol Arizona. Della Sigma Della. ROBERT D. REBSAMEN Ft Smi+h, Ark Universily oi Arlcansas. Oilicer, Eresliman Class: Oliicer, Xi Psi Plwi. CHARLES H. REECE Anadarlco, Olcla Universiiy ol Olclalioma. Presiclenl, Fresn- man Classq Slrudeni Councilg U-News, Oiiicer, Xi Psi Plii. fhe line forms fo fhe righf .. F 1132 ' 4 Ai iiiaarbx Al, Q .. 4 . . . I y. S, ,ff, 41495-,yy I l A1':'...,1lA 6:4251 . 44 .. ' A M: , A i i 'ii ifi. ' Y , C V In 1 . ,,,, g . V 'WPA' ' 0, , -. H- . -f K , ,., . - .g L I gjf '1gz41i, ff rg-fr 1 YQ " . 33,114 .4 . f 'E .f 11a'.i"Qi7?':5a . l Y i 'Ta' . ' , f-5 Y r .. ,H i H . 1 1 ON . . Q . , is.. uf . Ajit K'-'MW Mwlwj ,MQW f fm- f. ,pf my 0 . .f4,f4fq,zg-,. - ., V., ' . .,,w.m57fjjQ,5,f- Q fa . 11, 4 ' , .fw mxxffi 7,75 , . .M . . . A -I v 1' ' f , "if: 23 i?12i?rfEf1f . V ' Rfcnard C. Parks Wayne L. Peay John H. Price, Jr. Roberf D. Rebsamen John W. Parroff Donald L. Philbrfck Eugene R. Rabogfiaffi Charles H. Reece .4 f. Avi. . - ,Ku , , A Q sf' ag . T 1 3 13 Have , ' ."gQ.52i , 'A . s A,.,: ,A , ,. , . 'i 'fi if X 4 , ,-cgi., few ' -N 'Hn-...,s as ,.,,, X .gig Qi, , 'Sf' A Eff f , 'Wan A ' .ww ...J 1 ,sf-.f 4- . , dawg I ,Z !.Z',V.:,f1f!Ev X 4, ,i..,.. . zssfwtf ' Q , y g Hal G. Riddle Melvin C. Schlender Raul S. Sell Harold R. Skoog mg. iilfff,-M 2,25 fgiixcwfx. . "W wSf'5:ff Q wwf . of 'A A sf? E ' ..fs':,:'2' , ., 3' s f- .. , Samuel Ruiz A. Dandy Scoff Edward C. Simmons Glenn R. Smilh SENICJRS HAL G. RlDDLE Oklahoma Cily, Okla. Emory Universily, Georgia. Edilor, Bush- whackerg Publicalions Commilleeg Vice- Presiclenl, Psi Omega. SAMUEL RUIZ Gallup, New Mexico Highlancls Universily, New Mexico. Pedoclonlia Appoinlmenlg Officer, Sopho- more Classg Xi Psi Phi. MELVIN C. SCHLENDER R A Moundridge, Kans. Universily ol Wichila.' Pedodonlia Ap- poinlmenlg Della Sigma Della. A. DANDY SCOTT Weleelka, Okla. Oklahoma A84M College. Xi Psi Phi. - PAUL S. SELL Girard, Kans. Kansas Slale Teachers College, Pillsburg. Xi Psi Phi. EDWARD C. SIMMONS Ashland, Kans. Kansas Wesleyan Universily. Endodonlia Appoinlmenlg Xi Psi Phi. l HAROLD R. SKOOG Kansas Cily, Mo. Kansas Cily Junior College: Allegheny College, Pennsylvania: Universily ol Kan- sas. Xi Psi Phi. GLENN R. SMITH Pauls Valley, Okla. Universily ol Oklahoma. Xi Psi Phi. McLoud felis Donna and Bryce and Dr. Moore abouf foofh erupfion i I l SENIORS RAYFORD H. SMITH Olcmulgee, OIcIa. Noriheasiern Siaie Teachers College, Olclahoma. Xi Psi Phi. LEROY M. SPANJOL Pueblo, Colo. Colorado Universiiy. Xi Psi Phi. LLOYD K. STINSON WeIIing'ron, Kans. Universiiy of Kansas Ciiy. Officer, Xi Psi Phi. CARL N. STOUT Oklahoma Cify, OIcIa. Universiiy of Oklahoma, Oklahoma Cily Universiiy. Peclodoniia Appoinimenig Oi- iicer, Psi Omega. ROBERT E. STROUD Peabody, Kans. Universiiy oi Kansas. Peolocloniia Appoinl- menig Xi Psi Phi. BOB D.. SWARTZ Madison, Mo. Moberly Junior College. Missouri. Peclodoniia Appoinlmenig Xi Psi Phi. ROBERT N. TAYLOR Billings, Monf. Universiiy oi Souihern California, Easlern Monlana Siaie Normal Schoolp Universily oi Kansas Ciiy. President Sophomore Class: Xi Psi Phi. BENJAMIN L. THOMAS Malad, Idaho Universiiy oi Uiah. hey! fhis isn'f o bull fighf ,,.,,.wg . ,. , m.,,,,, 1.-. f ff f 2 i if Gu 3 '-" , f I I igii .i R . . W' .ill if is I f ,.,, Q, .,,, is I s J 0 mm. g , . , ff . fi"-zf,fiz'.iEif f 'i 7 f ' f L' i fs " iiiifffiif , K I M.,-: 2' x R J ijt I kg x I ,, X.. X .gg W f :ai-ig S f W K 3 ff:,.',f?ff.?4' ,fi 'N ' ' WTS f-'A f 1 2' 1 :A it X gf 5 I 112 v 7 - , ff f Nl S' f' 4 46 I , f I fx: . ,. A ,ggi r -rg if fy . ...P'-Mix s, A Vi I -2, Y' W-kiwi? - , -A " f zu sfihf 2 5?3.l' 5' ..,,-.A 3,9 3 ,5 ,Y . gf, B 5, ,, ,. ...N x , Fwd if X 'ie , Qi M A ,L I ,A ,. W . Q77-w. W ! 1 , ' ' f'f- .-. -1, M f . 1. I if g .A , V I Qhix i V V jg., 'vers fi ' Wx I L, xfaii ig g i. 5, 4. ,n f - , , , ,431 L .- ,Lf'Uff , , if f 1 ' i 1 ia. - x up 2 ' f "' gel 'X ff f 2, -' I ' V. f f ,VI ," ' ' ' ' viii , lyifnf-MQ, ,' if 25 f - um, V f ,pfrziyf sag,:f'4zv?2I... ' zz f w . . ., ,f ' 44 1 , -, , ,wx 1' I ' fx . I vw f 's"- L, .MAJ ' V ii. ff 1 55.1 , K 4 J. fig Q g 9.62. ' Q if f vf. 1.1.3 - f . V 1 i . v,,'Q,'. 5 ,Ji 4. 'f """-""' Royford H. Srnifh Lloyd K. Sffnson Roberf E. Sfrouo' Roberf N. Toylor Leroy M. Sponjol Cor! N. Sfouf Bob D. Sworfz Benjamin L. Thomas 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 l 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 f 1 1 ,1 11 ll 1 1,1 Li 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11' 1 11 1 I 1 1 I E 1, 1 1 l 1 I 1 1 1 35 . A f 4' 11' ' ff ,.T'g5:5.iQ fi was 'Z 1 W' . 'A' s , 11..,1 , 1 1 A 1 . 1 r 3, 5 ia -- x1- ff mr a 11 1 1 1 1 SENIORS THOMAS B. THOMPSON, Jr. ' Kansas Cily, Mo. Cenfral College, Missouri: Kansas Cify Junior College: Universify of New Mexico: Universify of Georgia. Psi Omega. JAMES O. TIPPS Paron, Ark. Universify of Arkansas. Vice-Presidenf, Senior Class: lnframural Manager: Bush- whacker Tickef Chairman: Officer, Delfa Sigma Delfa. 1 RONNAL L. TOBEY Pofeau, Okla. Pofeau Junior College, Oklahoma: Uni- versify of Kansas Cify. Psi Omega. GENE S. TRAUSCH lPl1OeniX, Ariz. Phoenix College, Arizona. Xi Psi Phi. CHARLES L. WEAVER Marshall, Ark. Arkansas Sfafe Teachers College. Psi Omega. MAX J. WEBB EI Paso, Tex. Texas College of Mines: Universify of Ik 1 T R 1 Texas. Who's Who in American Colleges , Tfwslifa 1 1 gn ancl Universifies: Presidenf, Senior Class: f A M Sfuclenf Council: Chairman, Bushwhacker if Efilfff riliiiiil if iii gi, Aclverfisin Commiffee: Member of Leacl- .A Tv 1 ..,1 This ers in Amjrican Colleges: Xi Psi Phi. . 1 WILLIS P. WESTER sifasburg, N. D. Yf.: :::g.: , ii iiil ... Jamesfown Coilege, Norfh Dakofa. Of- as x :,... f A iils ficer, Senior Class: Xi Psi Phi. . ,. 1 x .s 4 ' J. D. WILLIAMS Jenkins,Mo. 1 R 'R ixi. ,Jil 1 Soufhwesfern Missouri Sfafe Coliege. Psi A 1 A 1 1 1 :':"" A MAURICE R. w1LsoN,Jr. 1 A S+. Pefersburg, Fla Tulane Universify. Encloclonfia Appoinf- 1 menl: Officer, Xi Psi Phi. ig if ROBERT W. WINTER Hoisingfon, Kans 1 S 5 M lowa Sfafe Universify. Anafomy Labora- , fory Appoinfmenf: Officer, Xi Psi Phi. 1 1 ii OLIN E. WYATT, Jr. Tahlequah, Okla 'S ':'i 111 ' L iii g Universify of Oklahoma. Pedoclonfia Ap- 1' f iiii poinfmenf: Sfudenf Council: Psi Omega. 5, i,,fif121 if 'bfddx Thomas B. Thompson, Jr. Ronna! I.. Tobey ET ax Gene S. Trausch Charles L. Weaver xx ,W J. D. Williams Maurice R. Wilson, Jr. - Qi X' 1 Roberf W. 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H' 'ff' f fF'wW22':ZaQ4ffz.: - . , , ,152 w, f fl f ' f II" X., ' Q W 455.9 ff is L V 4' gg,m.1:w:fMz1f5, -I V: ' 3 wiv' Wi . 3 f7,7,512gj21fg:fQ' ??gf: 1 , ' , 2 fi it fin V? f + A 5 'G , , 5 1: f ' " JACK AUSTERMAN Se-Crefory K... 5:- IX ff, A' 'W ' X V 491 Q f AF JC DICK Our ousfere genflemen: Dick Johnson, Pfesfdenf Gary Rifsema,Jc1ck Ausfermcm, Elmer Heard, Tom Smifh, and Bob Yendes. 1 M W 177 N r ' ' J. V f .- f, L V ,.' 4 1 ,' . ' , , . , , e -.M . l,'t.o, f ,M was X Q V fhy 1 E l fm fd, 1' . 1? Q my " 5. ff M - fy r I ' N, 7 4 S.. ' f "if, Miy ,CT b q T ,fmw S Vw S6 x VV Li VVC, X X . X I , g fvi 2 . ,. - , 'fr , J W iii S Y if x E S. KX Q2 5 2 f P f 1 0 . V . KN 1 X 1 X 1 rx xx RmmWMW--qC ..r, 5m Ni 5 L b vl My ww N, Lv 2 mf.--f L, L ,,,L,, X,XX , L L . V A fi K . sf I ix V C A '1' . 4-ext l x 3 LV! U D 'X WX f ,ml W V520 'fy gin M 'I n ,,'V I , Yr vw - K ,,v"' my L ix M 5 .f , ' If Q' .I, xl .... :R-.... N . :Ur , 'Nl L f,.f M. Top row: J. T. Anderson, W. D. Barber, W. C. BarneH, M. H. Bean, J. J. Blair, P. Boafwriglif. Third row: G. P. Boggs, W. D. Bowman, B. D. Bransfeffer, R. W. Brenner, C. M. Brown, J. M. Brown. Second row: V. E. Burlcs, R. K. Burns, R. C. Campbell, R. E. Cafer, N. L. Cleveland, R. G. Cochran. Firsf row: F. J. Comberiafi, W. F. Connelly, C. W. Conroy, H. E. Cook, O. Copper, F. D. Cunningham. and flrere we were JUNIORS N. 7 L, .I .y , M L .-..g.,.t-3-.gs M., 4 ,. . ...Q "Im XXX'X X ' 'J ' In sw at W 4 gg 55 f ,,.'r i R 'S ., l, . ' , max. 1 , ' Q' ?:g.xV lg R- fl, 1 .J wa 'r ,mv A 3 x jg' . 1 X,Ah i m-?', . - k y , . V Q J 'XX - .. ,5.:....-5..w,.- g YES ,. . f. ,,.x: ,. 'Q i X' is fx K . I fe K' "'1 t Kk'-: ff "N-sv """" '- . ,, . ,- 1. we f .1 f- . xgf:si..f5ff .gqffx , ., '- A . -R 5 'Q Y , . ' X' X ' R R 3 'Q IE, 2f'Q'?2ifQi13fs 53 ' 1 ' I . d ff -4 , f 5 'N XE ii 51 'X i J "" S: ' , a4mjq.g3. K 'R' f -f V I -.w . Ns- "' .A VB 3 2' 9. V ' . ,M 'X 6 X' 4' Rf -ina.. ' ' Q T .S ' - -,.n.. ,,. . 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Jordon, W. R. ' Ffrsf row: S. Kondo, P. D. Landrum, J. M. Liggef, W. R. Louderbaugh, H. F. Maguire, W. H. Marclwbanlcs. W . . 1 f JUNIORS ,I !".f fhis is food? W. J. Kelly. J H333 I K V l 1 S I 1 1 1 E 1 5. 4 1 . l 1 -V ' ' f-Q 7 ' fl 'fjfQ'J1'5 , " 41. 4, ' . .1 ' ' , A I ' Q T. f '11, 1 1 Wx f -1 1 1 . --5512" ' fl Qzfffs . 1 f M f11a2' 1'f6m ig , . . .Z 1. , 1 X ., . ,, 47, 1 Kx" f " Y 1 Y. J . 'I A 1 , X " E R' MM' ll MR ',,, ' fa? ' W +!f"C 1""' . 1 . 'T . ' 1 f- 'gf' '.ff51,i'ffQf ' , , 1 '51 W , , Q.. M . , , . I Mi ng ff - , 15 ,gf fwf-1z,,, .,1,Q.4y,ff-A9 A 2. -.gfggfx-fx ., " ,- 11+ 1.11221 viz If f - f"?. 1.fL4W. -1 " . 1 K. . 1 . 1 .4 5.1. . 'iL11flf:f1?2. ' 1 1, , 1 . 41 ff... . ,,,, .., , ,J k , y...-.,.f. .,. , 1.1 WX, , .-.. ...f.,,g1., 12, 'n.' , 1,v.,.,., ,... , Q 1, ,g,..f-if ' 1.4, 1 ,sw . f , fy K 1 , 4 7 I ff ' X' fiffif iiv P . 21: 0224.5 525, .1 2 23' 531 .5 Lf' f ' ' 51 f ff? . N MT.: if 5' - 1 fi' .fTz-' 31 ffffinfv. :Ain .-," . m2ff1?x.f A .. 'iw H41 'f f fy f In 'f'?-l 1 ,. , ...f,,..,,,- - 1 It . A 'QL K, ,Q , I X-.. ,D H I Yyyfff vf - : 1.-I l VJ ...24"'1?' W:5 if 1 1 12.51 1- " ' ' if '41- ei 1' 1 1114 .-M '. if . ., ' 1 'C'f':eg ' '1 . ,Q ' - , 1 f'Qf , ' A 1 1 'E X J W 399 WK. 5 72 :Wo . fn' W 121 . we 'MN ' I 11. 5 . , 1 1 .. 'W' If 1 1 , 37. . ,. . 1 11 11 ' 1 1 1 1 ' f 31 11 ax . X V J 1 , . J 5 1 X1 1- 1 -. X 2',7ffifZ1 " 5 13 fl 1. 5 .Q gu y, , L 1 L1 ' W ' A 1. Qfififf N W1 J I fi ' f 4, 5,1 1 ,"'. ,if I wg? ' 5 , 1' W1 V, - ' 13 ' W . , If H ,Z 1 f 1 .cg . ....,., 1'-'H . 11 f-1 W3 S. . 3 'W 11 R N I 1 .1121 F . 11 1' 1321.3 1 . . 1 1 , 1 f. f " 11 fs +?"WQ:21f , f- 1 , W1 :,r...V,.:g.jJy4.1 . 1 X 11 , ...fp:,1.-1.1, fwgx.-ff. , ,W .. N 1 1 - - .. nlnl . W 1' 5 we-I uf' X pe g . ,ggi 1 1 ww-pn-.,. 'R " 15" ' 1 2 ' ' 1, I .5 'sf , , 1 1 1 V' 14'-,.1:i.11f fiw ,-rsnxfwf af w 'ff1':-vf 5 1 ' H v I-117.15 1 gy 7,9 V, I I 1 1 Y , -A 15:13. K 1 . V 'f V V li 1 . 1 . , . Top row: J. R. Mafhews, C. R. McClellan, R. J. McCollum, J. H. McClure, J. W. McCullough, W. Mcfuen. Third row: D. L. Miller, J. J. Miller, '1 111- . . . ' H1111 G. E. Mlnfon, R. Mosler, D. R. Nasslmbene, B. E. Nelson. Second row: H. L. Nelson, C. V. Olccmofo, R. C. Olson, T. E. Palcloe, M. D. Peay, 13 ' 11 R. B. Phillips. Flf5l row: A. V. PISfOfl7lk, P. E. Plowmon, H. D. Pnce, D. Refnhardf, R-. J. Rrvas, S. A. Sclmeca. T 1 1 ' 111 . 111' l 1 1211 i ll' 1 ' 1 El . . 11 1 1 some parhed occasionally 1 1 Q A l 1 1 il 1 11 . 5 . 1 1 I ' I 11 1 , 1 . . 1 . .J 1 1 1 J 1 1 1 . 1 I . . 3 1 J X., . 1 I 4 7.56. 4 X, l af X, - , . 1 .. 1 f sw' .f .1 , .X K 1 A W' 1 ' 3' 1-11 fr lu i ff f N K ,..e-QW' 1 . . 1 I .1 1 l 'J I. I. 1 1 I K , -. 1 -fi ' fp, if ' . ' iii X 'Y xml Y' ,J 2 so-f' g x. N' f ,gg 'fi J X 1 f X Elf x. 1 . jg -ii . Q X i . Q . sax-Q .- A ,,...,,.,pn' ff X . of a ,..- w , wgffglg ug... K. w., -v. 1-4:5513 'F 5114395 5 N , mga .gli 5 N 'S ff' WM fm"-K ,,!,.:,, 5,2 is ,.., Wi. -. Q .1 -- .fqxi .Q - - af.6?.t'4: :rv- ywfk 55.14-,154 S. . --'www it ' . 9' X Q . 3 f ix, Q 1 -bxvfw' 'fir ,. M.. , -f N... M 23 52 V , +,., ,- V . I ,- V' , 1 - - 1 -ak A-is-afi' .- A, -',. , :J X f ni ,,, J., Mlm., 'AN pa-'Y' 3' rw . ' .1-rams-fExf1Y.'7 1 I1 N ix , 4 W K Y Q5-spff5.f,-nv. ., Wi. ..,.. .. Q , A Qi 8? Er ill fx fl v f S as 'K 'f s 5 ' 5 .QPSK '2, , Q 'flu' A", , f k . . 515 wi f r I 1 ef, Oy, 5 .-2' ,K , mf ,M 1 Wx ' Q zu, , A 0 'II' 'K :iii f 'iggwv it aff, x 0 6 F? ' X .'L,.4,,MY...9b.m L f 'aff - -- ' ' M 4, .. X, , f h ,, 'x W., -5 3 - I Q , - n Li' , f ' 4, i fy .gg I -". f . AWD.. f 'VS "'?V. Top row: W. E. Shellarf, E. J. Smifh, S. Smiflr, E. L. Sfebbins, K. F. Sfewarf, T. S. Sfiflw. Second row: D. C. Sfone, G. R. Surprise, B. Tomlin, 'L "I- W. T. Urafa, K. M. Williams, D. C. Woodbury. Firsf row: A. E. Yendes, R. K. Yolcoyama, K. L. Young. JUNIORS xxkl five junior class wifh love repass ,f 3- , 'Ns f'?'V -.., N - fl BYRON BURMESTER Secrefory P dm. JA WQEADNG A NEE OLE .. CSTERU-5 Tecfmvgjj 1DreSlO'el'7l Our wheels Phillip Cohen, Byron Burmesfer, Everson Jock Hudspefh and David Moore I I I I I. I. IE I. I I. I I I I 1 I II I I I I I I I. 'r I I . I I I I I I I I I I I I . I I I Ie I I I I x-wa., ., NL-.MW - -..Ax ...M .-...vs..i....,m.wm.A I I I 4551 ibm., 'ifariq . .. X , , Aa., bf.-A 'L ., ' Q S 7,1 V 5 ,,.v5:i hr-.xx A: .. , I I I2 ff'5f1si' 1 ' Ai . gfu ,, 77? 'fry ' , I g f - E 1 - ir V 'Z J ...W - . , Q , f ,. ' , WH., , ,,- W V' ff, MQW ' . W 'lf W ' . .9 5, I QW", 1 ' Wifi ' . , , 'sf ' , . 4 zf' ' 4, 0 .f.-rm, ' 11: 4 .wer J 14. .ff-:w1.I I, , -fx? , , J 2' . - , Q - , if 2 2 Zgyf f- .pw 1 94,30 539561- ,1 f-1 'lbs I' X' 1-ff ' I , , Q' Wmsmf Y I A , K I ,,.,,i7ZQa 733 s . - 4 M 9 , , , ,.,,, ,f,,I . . , ,, , M K , , gg-',4 , I , f f ,ff ll 'I .I 'F ' 4 70 V -N I 5' 5 ffrf Ig Top row: J. H. Amberg, W. R. Aylmer, B. R. Banfa, W. M. Benighf, W. C. Berner, J O. Bisbee. Third row: G. R. Burgess, S. C. Clrrisiensen, if D. E. Clark, V. D. Cochran, G. H. Coe, Jr., J. W. Copeland. Second row: L. J. Delaure, R. G. DeNiro, JoAnn Dillard, D. R. Duensing, D. H. Essingfon, C. L. Evans. Firsf row: T. W. Fellows, J. D. Galley, H. L. Geery, R. W. Good, G. A. Griof, Jr., R. E. Halley. a posf morfem SOPHCDMORES S Q 'B' 4 ,, i J, MQ wwf ' ,E farm., F - . -. g 5-wgigi wi 5 XV V. .. A MQ.. -M: -. A r '+ ' s ii v . A xx, xuf k like, WN .rr .M-mn. F' 1 : ,-an A f 1 2 1 ,GS-,i,:YX KX' Ng ,W , ., 'W J I J I 1 an-. 'Q - . .M f Q l gs! 1 -eq?" 194 454, nv Top row: R. D. Hamer, A. R. Holley, J. E. Holfzman, J. R. Hull, P. K. Hurley, W. R. Johnson. Third row: A. M. Kemp, R. M. Kurisaki, F. C Lauer, H. D. Leffingwell, W. L. MacDonald, J. A. Mach. Second row: J. D. Marlar, J. G. McCoun, R. P. McGraw, B. W. Miller, Tonk Mills R. L. Myers. Firsf row: C. O. Narman, R. R. Nickell, R. C. Park, K. D. Parks, T. L. Parry, J. M. Pafferson. SCJPHCMORES SACRXFKCE ESTHETCCS FOR pUNC.T'KON LLL! xx owsex. xX x QXY fo lx 3 4 7 I SAC.RlF1CE FUNC NON FOR E sri-terms ' .'.'.'.' case z Q q of X SX ' .. . W Q N 5 D ! dx - sb L L f AN umswaucroks UUQG9 Q0 Q , +,, u, , I -l..pu-' 1 I 5 5 V h ' ' " 3' 'Wifi 1 v ...K :Q . -F21 N. N x . . 5: ., 'RF .Q K We - A51 Sw 3' 'ff . .9 A I 3 j . is--' 'ms' , 6 -, . f'5Sii,ii Wx., ' .. 1 H? .. ., ' , "3- QE, . 3 . wg gk' g .xv V .-.Eg . , . X +593 s ir 1+ VR ' A? if 4 T : J. . - . op row M Waferman, W. H. Weber, D. W. Whlfloclc, J. H. Wilson, W. H. Winfer, J. L. Yoder. Firsf row: M. Yosliimofo, D. L. Yowell S. G. Zervas. SOPHCMORES These Sophomores did no'r have picfures fairen. B. L. Birbecir, R. D. Boice, C. I. Brown, J. C. Brown, J. B. Carfer, C. M. Coffman, L. H. Copeland, A. S. Darley, C. E. Duncan, Jr., N. R. Edwards, T. J. Guihrie, W. H. Harris, J. N. Jordan, W. R. Mackie, W. E. Marsh, J. N. Mitchell, R. M. Morrow, G. 6. Schusfer, R. E. Thompson. Colonel Bozworfh clveclcs Ron Hamer's work fhe morning coffee break ' -.l r . I , I . ,N n Q fc V , -f1. 1.1 1 Q T . i, . 1 A FRESHMEN -1-nl"""' A To ffTfjET,:1fj rr L Y-Ti I-Q B - LLOYD WOODWARD Secrefary . 'xxx Q A 7.5 If ' u I' UU M M23 f L Now STUDENTS! 1- 1-3-i J, QEPEAT AFWR Ms 1! PAUL DUTTON Presmlemt Freshmen Big Wigs: Lamar Byrd, Monfie Furr, MONTIE FURR Vice-Presidenf A Paul Duffon, Sam Harris, and Lloyd Woodward. X '4 x rx W 'ry W.. Ez Y r QAM , ,, m ,y w N f . 7? f , xx ' 'Cc 1 f 1 Y, 4 V fjgf, , 'X 2"Cf""f" I 5 ffffcffi, ' , V f , f Nh,.X , , f rr L 5 f , rw f f ' ' f' a , ' 'fi 4 QW:-fffiwzw ' 1 ., ' V w ffifixif ca" an fr "W 24 w4?5g1f'f7ff1 , .4 f W 2 'Q 3?9'4w 539 V , ,sie V WY! f, T ' "L fm, I ef f fm ' M: p ' ' ' -' , lf 1, fm 1 f x A j 5 .V X ,Q 'MQ 4 , f if g,-5 I , ,1 - L, ffm ' ff .- ,ir 'mm V 'fd 1 wi- 1 ,Q 2,-My . ,VW . I rw + ff , ' f , ' ' f- V I ,c f .L W .,f.,w,f2::1 . 'fowl-V .11,-gwf: ., , ' --1: , 'Knits ' 14124. ,' 4 f 4 I J Aw.. 'lr ' 1 , . N N V I V w N H ir i k 1 1 1 W N I E I L , 1 1 1 Q! v 1 , :ff ,,5-ff- , if , we , A ae' 1 A of .. 4 g s 2 f , 3 , ' B , in - V. 'W ' i f 'i 2, A , rpfwksg 1 "4 , r , , 4 y , , M, 3 "A ' asf. wo, 0 B f jd r C fs f ,f M, X 'Qx,,,p'x lr 'm "" wtf' V . ' , fy Q,'.,,.gf , J f ', X , ,. X ,C X ww, . k ',f:,J , , f Z' f ,I , I raw? A A is B A C 'egg A - 2 A 4 5 , ' , 1 j , , ,H .T k. o.,' ' . 2. -. , QU , 'E' es.. ,Mfg PN 4135: M B -51:23 411. Top row: Don Adams, John Adams, Norman Alcer, Roberf Alexender, Charles Amen, Bill Archer. Fourfh row: Roberf Armsfrong, Rufus Bell, ' Russell Billings, Richard Black, Charlie Brock, Glenn Brunkhorsf. Third row: Lamar Byrd, J. M. Callender, J. A. Cameron, Howard Clemenfs, Roberf Cooper, Charles Coffon. Second row: Keifh Crane, Donald Crosby, Paul Deafherage, Richard Drisko, Max Edmondson, Egberf Eidson, merry Bchrisfmas! P" ini FRESHMEN M5 A HUM-. 4 , 3 1 i xi Y fl Q 9 If 2,9 -- 574 xx? wr - 4 ' :xv y ifmfzyk, fi GS Skis, B N . 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JW lm 3ff'Cf,, , X, , I SAV, ,,,, f f f W, , 1,1 ,-,r , , , , V24 wwwpwf-.4 4 M ' 'ff X 7,2274-1 r 'M .Q LN 4442125 . qw if I mxwvv , f ,ff ff f 4 ff' f , f , f f f ff 1- ! f I ,W gf f a I, X? m,?W,,,4XX.,, ' . ,Q My '1' W 7 fs Z 1 f 5 51' V3 Q M , 1 8' V f -3 , Top row: R. A. Lockwood, Henry Loewen, Eugene Lujan, Chesfer Marsh, lsao Masunaga, Thomas McTague. Fourfh row: Elzie Milfer, Roberf Mifchum, John Monfgomery, Bobby Moudy, Frank Orfo, Mahlon Ozmun. Third row: Paul Perme, Loren Peferman, Donald Peferson, Jack Fierce, Samual Pifcher, Edward Pufnam. Second row: Darrall Ray, Ted Reigelman, George Rigby, Harold Riffer, Milfon Rowe, James Ruggles. Morning roll call in fhe Roosf. .K -,. K-X A 'M 'F gi l P X4 hi p w cr i x. 5 , 5- !, wa 5' 1 xiii 1 1 Q 1 1 x- , - w gr i' 9 T l n. 5 ii ' , if Ui xg N 51 T PQ . 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Top row: Earl Schulfz, Mifsuru Shiralci, William Smifh, Charles Sneed, Wallace Sorrels, Jerry Soufhern. Third row: Thomas Sfalzer, Richard Sfifh, John Sfones, Eugene Swaney, Thomas Tanaka, Arfhur Tanner. Second row:Elmer Tale, Jack Thomas. William Thorne, John Travis, W. O. Waflcins, Roberf Webb. Firsf row: Lee Wighf, Bob Wilkins, Deliof Wolfe, Joe Woodson, Allan Young. Claude Young. -, yfffign. 3.3. s F '5'2' ,f ff fiiif' 2 ., ,G '1:v,ziwff0-i : ,JA "1f6'fz4 nf -ww , ' 'fe 1Wffaf4.f1.q,y, A sf -s fy 1, , Xwwffilggwii 'WL 22"",5'2g'-Wa, . -, K -g.,g,1N we 533, ,- - -nav - "'f1i?f: 'mf ' T FRESHME i now fhis won f hurf 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 11 1,1 11 l 1 11, , , 1 1 1 1 11 1,1 rg, 511 11 ! si' D 1 V sg 1 ,1 vga . , . - ,uf .. ' ,ss - Lys-,ifsgvyksqs-1 , ,Q -Q., M 'fin ,'r,q.vg.-,-fry' 1 -mf f 1-fffii yfifsgi f -ff,'i.-41626 j- - s?L'i,55fw'L ff- I 1 ' ' , Q3 if f' X -P f.,,jfTfi? DENTAL HY THE DENTAL HYGIENIST as an auxiliary per- Marcel' e D - ' In ay sonnel ol The Denial profession, is a healih educalor skilled in lhe prophylaclic Jrrealmenl. Eileen Comforcl Emmaneil Coffone Carol Cross Diane Fink Olive Gaiser Lois Harder r, My 11 1. 1 in Y40 4'-lk Hannah Johnson Dora Kaufman . .of -w....A,.f- Q . 1 2 l Q 2 L f E, S si Nur- mer- alH'1 ent GIENE -,ff g,,7y.,,7 f Q, 4 47: -, 1. ' 'Z - -1 . Q: Qffj M gf- Q ff ZW! 4. - fi ff Z 5 ? Q 1' 1 f f f 7 'www f ffm!! zfffffwyf fa 'yfffyffffyv f i fy ff ,fm P . 'Sm if T M D E N T S Gerirude Parker Edifh Snider ' Anabel Wilson Wanda Sorrells Judy Brock Joan McCully Marian McEIhinney 3 . T 7 Y,-1 vig ww "'z15'Q,,Q.m' ' 3 ' Kf.2iff5E1" ' ' . -2 Mira ,I at-1 N., A ' K f Dons au man . Mary Lewns 77 Q-jr. Q'. '7: k f 1:53 x ,1 . . f ..7,r:-:L-,-3 1, ' 1 T M5' " ' ' ' - 1 ' 3517 J" ff' 4 f W 97, ' 'JL ' 1. 7 - 71.-2., , Z 15,7 7 - 7:::.gT 7 - f L' M,,,,Q 7 , T Q f ' . -, .3 '-lj? . 4? V r w g 1. " 71, f Y K r ' . 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'I' .15 K g 7 gf Y 4, f : My jf f 49" , if -f 6 A Wea, My Q7 fl f .1 72 , 1 W1 7 7 WW dy , , . A Wf ff fo M ' 4 . 1 X yf, 7 jx if 7777 7 Q . I 5,4 1 1 , I " ff, V2 , 9 , H 4 ff 5 fr 7 f 4 7 Y ' I 4 1 gf , if f la is 6 7 f 4? 7 M J , Z Q .f iff! f f ,7 7 5 f , , f f 4 . v 3 , f A f 7 7 Y r O f A f 'ga I+' a f 2 4 li K' L I ig fi 'gd' f 1 id M A . 33132 fm-H ,, 1 -.'xf,,.,f:',. 'f'f"gg,:. 1 ,..,1,,7,?.7'77.w,.r 1, .5 , , 1, ..,- .1..1,... , fy 'Y f . 1 ,J 1 ' 4772 ' W, If 1" Q! 4 ' 5 1. 7, .I Hz., ...M 1-19391 ,-?. M. 2. Q1 1, in-,Q-4wg.914-V -fu v0f1'a,,w-f Q-Wh, 1. .,fp3..,'42fp,-r :-' 7. H, ,ga-H, My .f. 1 ja ' " 5 " " vw: 'if "' J' 1 1 7 4. I ' 4 Af' , , 4 y ,, , Y f , 4 v if ', , W , ,. . a 1 f , . A1 " I ,7 f 1 x 7 s 7 1, 1 x 5 1 f W 1. WINFORD BRADFORD WILLIAM HERRE JOE McLOUD - 1 vi I L, I ,E .. I .,x. + I, wa .L:,,:Iy ,RI-1. I s ,Hi ,nf .. 1 it, ,, ,, ff if . --41. I J, I 4, I 5, I 'G 7 ig , ' fp, I XI - ,sf U 1 -f-of My ,I I4 f-417 I If5,'J'1::f I 127 ,, I, ,ff ,f , , ,,-,f,:,,,.-,,.,I - Is ,gf , . 27, I rf , if s, k m y 4 15,0 A If f- A.,4,,t . ,Q , 45 Je' rg ,,l.b' al? 7' I ' 4 " ' Xt- lun! :O , a,fff09,I . ,UDLR . A --mi: I uw: .us ,.:i,-'nf' Q . ,I .,6 up , . I I . 45 I 1 ,. I f " " may I , . X. I . ,. 4, 4 ' Wn.4..p,..,,.. , . ' ,W ' f ' I: iw- fj ' lc, ,L IIII ,I ' I I, I ' I. f I I Ifg . ' 'JE I II i f . II I x I I, II' , I ,If I In I I L L SLI I? I .II II I 'll JI .gi 'I ip Ig I II I I I3 , I I' If I I LQ , 'I is I II I I . I I 3? IIIII I' 25 fi, I in II In III I IV I i pl' Ill ,I IRI I I III I M II I I Ii II E I I II III I Q I I, I I i v I , II 'II , I I' xii s' 'ii I II 'ai . II ig' I I IA ,VII 5 I ' I Ii II 'I ,' II II ' I ii ,I I IMI I IIIII ' +I II' , III I I IPI I I W? I 'IQ 'i Ii III Ii I I f II .L .2 X IIIA I if 935' XI I 9 If ,I I I of III! 'I 'ii 11 I IL! iii I I II I I"fI I v iff ii + IIIII' i I III I I III ii ' ' 2 I ,, e i I I If E W5 is E ' I ' I ,ffff Sw ,E 1 1 M, f VII, ' ' emi , . nv IBIII I "'.:-5 'J s Q' III dr III I 2 Iiif-AI I iIIwI II if I 196 I AI1' I I :If ,I I .:,f.f5y f g y ' I RICHARD FERREL WHO'S WHO IN DENTAL SCHOGL EVERY YEAR Ihe ouIs'rancIing men are seIecIeoI from Ihe senior class. These men are no+ only ranked high schoIas+ic:aIIy, bu+ are aIso ac+ive in exIracurric:uIar ac'rivi+ies. This year The honor is given Io Ihese five men. MAX WEBB we I AFQPM' F L f -- Y , . ORTHODONTICS, ORTHODONTICS CONTRIBUTES a mosT imporTanT healTh 'service by providing proper TooTh alignmenT. The ever eager greeTing Trom The clirecTor oT This cleparTrnenT reTlecTs The warmTh oT The pracTice. vi ,f Dr. Francis M. Calmes Direcfor of Orfhoclonfics PEDODONTICS DENTISTRY FOR children wiTh iTs rising irnporTance brings wiTh iT revoluTionary changes and improvemenTs. The Kansas CiTy School oT 3' DenTisTry plans To be one oT The ToremosT in The Tield. T Gracluafe orfhoclonfic sfudenfs af work. Deparfmenf acfivify, looks like Open House. Dr. Herberf L. Hayward Direcfor of Pedodonfics CRAL SURGERY Tl-IIS DEPARTMENT specializes in exrracrion of +ee+h removal of cysfs, reclucrion of ridges, and Hue modus operanoli of orher relared surgery, and acrual operalrion under general anesrhesia M f Senior sfudenf zeroes in wifh anaesfhefic. I M. or X "" Hey! Keep your mind on fhaf operafion. Dr. Gehrig discusses fhe media foramma wlih Kimbrough and Alllnder while graduafe docfors Mlyahara MUfflH and Hawfhorn sfana' by YS .-L alum 9jf1'ffLl5fwi4 K . fl A .f - ' ' THE FRATERNITY oT DelTa Sigma DelTa, a Professional DenTal TraTerniTy, was TirsT esTalolished in l892 aT The UniversiTy of Michigan. Nu chapTer was organized in T898 wiTh Twelve members. Today The chap- Ter includes more Than eighTy members and plays an imporTanT role in The liTe oT The DenTal sTudenT. DE LTA Dr. N assrmbene operafes T6 The Friendly Tavern. X DEL TA The parfy well under way. Tipp's fopper. A15 1 11 1 1 1 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1, 1 11 1 1 1 1 2 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 ix 1 111 ' 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 11 I 1 1 1 ' 1 Y 11 1 E1 1 11 1 11 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 11 9 11 11 1 1 111 1 I1. 1, 1 11 1 1 1 , 1 1 f 11 I1 ' I . A 1 11 1' . 1 11 ' 1 11 1 11 1 11' 1 151 A 111 12 E1 11 A 1 111 1 1 11' 1 1, 11' 11 L11 1 111 1 11 THE PSI OMEGA fra+erni+y is one of Jrhe largesjr in Jrhe world. Hs obiecrive is 'rhe cul- Jrivarion of social qualifies in Hs greai' brofherhood. and To assisr Hs members in all Their laudable undertakings. Psi Omega precepfs Jreach and advocafe friendship, sincerify. and vir+ue. The Phi Rho chap+er is proud of Hs herifage. Psi-O Sfomp! 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