University of Nevada - Artemisia Yearbook (Reno, NV)

 - Class of 1931

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Simplicity in structure has been attempted in order that we might more 6f8CflUL?lJ' link together the happenings o f the school year with our University theme. Nothing can typify collegiate activities more than the campus itsel lf, through this attempted binxding together of our college Ziff- with our campus, the 1931 drtemisia brings back to its readers worthwhile memories of days spam: at Nevada, the aim of the staj will lm-U6 bgpn fully realized. ' ' i'1'f'915'ILP5 Liif :ff -9.- 'filbwiiii' 3 PWR s is s fig . WQQQE? 41 T r, J-1 Q ht b ll l I lffll 'sly lffhllhjg 1 f lff Zifddlwl lf lp 5224 if ' ,f 4, is It w4,z,l'.f in I , - L- :ug . ' Htl? .ms . ,, , I . s. .e g , X fav- ,. ' is , -gg " 'L xi ntl, VR? 1, a-f N Y' X 'X X ' fQLK5'2.4 , A X RN X IN MEMORIAM DAN MCKNIGHT, '30 HARRY C. CHISM, '05 june 28, 1930 jan. 9,1930 MARGARET JOHNSTON, '32 OTTVVAY PECK, '2-1' june 22, 1930 jan. 12,1931 ARTHUR PAGE MACK, '95 YVILLIAM E. BARNEY, '92 Nov. 19,1930 Oct. 12, 1930 GERALD REDDY, '31 JOSEPH A. DEREEMER, '31 March 26, 1931 Feb. 8, 1931 MRS. HERBERT HIDDON,'19 ARTHUR A. CODD fGYHCC A. Hnrrisj Regent 1909-17 May 29, 1930 Jan. 19,1931 Q91V1RS. A. ALEXANDER, '10 MRS. H. STANDERW1CK,'06 YJ fAudrey Ohmnrtj CSndic J. Weeksj AL' fu Oct. 12, 1930 Dcc.5,1930 17 1 ,aQ?f W R1 Ly WZ, I.. lg A :Wj 911-, ,K 10 Ii, A ',,1Tl:J16I'I' "iw ' A ' 1 11 Flfgf f1f!flfzfJ"RQ! .V 1 111, 1 I1 .'1u1wg,'ff1fj -,fi1..1" 11 511' 'ff ' 1 141111 11319. R' 'A 5 111, 1y7fW1fY" 21 Rf ff- 4 ff' 5, . :J 4.23, 1 " ,f 1 ,, fx, ,, 1711,i111W11'l110',71fl'1 ,7wl111H111 .Jw 1f1Q13"fi ffff . 1 W' fb, "1 ugfw C -, -11, fp ' X'11w f 111 12:2-Q 1. Qgffmifevf' 'fy' U 'Wf Mi' FMP ' 'j'x.f:fN ' ,. 'A A , , 1, 5 11 3. 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Good manners, -anion Q f' , everyone can afford to have, always typlfy a proper bearing 'i' 5, o 4. ' toward others and especially courtesy towards the older an V y g-:jpg , r ,V generation. Q ,jg 1 l send you my cordial greetings and best . vrlsnes for the future of yourselves and of the University .I :W 5 V . ' - I and urge you to keep up your enthusiasm and interest in ' X 1 - ' Q - V M y U your surroundingsg rk nerd and play hard. 'tk 2 ' - :V V 'V i ' . ' 1 j 555 ., 'A V' V1 , - e,.Q'.ALVA.-Hgh! :SLG-ilyiivk-, - V' ' V F 1 V I I wi A ,Var I , I - f-gu,L,,Azgi V if ,A A- . 4 , V I V, , V , I df fr , W, .2 GRELT 1 INGS , ro THE STUD , ENT tv' -1 Y, fl Cc ! 7 'i ' 3, ,fL,Q'lf.4, K1 2, M lf? fi inlgwbilvflff' V' f'f',f7 X pn iv J ,f 21 i1,,5v . ' A ,, f-W' ,V Y ' "' l 'L if 1 7 Q? 'Wffa,ffWeffQ o wi ifiifQS5iJgffs'fg?fi?Z9i,W iz? i-wi if r, via is 5 QqqGy,V"fWfLif y6,"ZV,iy!iiQ.V7 5 'mag 17!A:7',',,,H,!3 ,ij Zlfsfqf lf, 62,74 lql!,Awf Y af. 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'ff 17 -23, -Y f-. -,-ff-'D A'--f ..-,-f,-- -,,,fff- - so f -cf' 41 i f 1 t , 1929 - it .A t if Q4-of bg, W -7 ' 5.x X "1,flE,4i.:-Y e W Q N' 'fl-me -s fi-L '11, i V R- LTQ if Ffxiwf, .,l- 4' , 'W' ' ,,. ,,.,- -iff" DEDICATION ust as the name of folzn PV. Mackay -will al-ways be remembered in connection 'with tlze development of tlze' Comstock region, so will that of Clarence H. Mackay be remembered in conjunction -with the growth of our University. Witlzotit lzis generous and un faiiling aid the relatively fe-w citizens o f Nevada may never have been able to build and maintain the splendid institution at our service toflay. ln pro- viding additional educational facilities for tlu' youfli of the State, Mr. Mackay has chosen the most appre- ciated means o f repaying tlze debt -wliiclz lie feels luv owes to Nevada .... I n coop-eration -with liis mmlzer, Marie Louise lllackay, lze .r:t avi flu Wa 7klI'1 School o Mines buzldinff an indowvnint for flu: scliool, the Stadium, tlze lllackav Field and 111 amun ff uarters, tlie tree lined nad and flu In on 15 2 trait statue o lzzs atlzi1,1n mi moi 1' of wlzom all f f N ff QQXX Pee lf:- X . ix i f .Iwi S. ,XVIII t is. f N :SF N Nw X I vs u . , S s. lx Q' 'ik , N-S these gifts have been made. Continuing his series of gifts, Mr. fllachay has, during the past Jive years, contributed funds to enlarge the School of fllines, to perfect its equipment, greatly to increase the income of this school, to enlarge our Stadium, to refurnish the Trdining Quarters, to establish the Ufalther Li- brary of Desert Geology, to add rare :volumes to the Unffuersity Library, and fnally, to erect, equip and furnish the beautiful MOCkH'I' Science Hall, one of the jinest buildings within the State of Nevada .... .lt has been, therefore, the desire of the 193 1 ffrtenizsia stajf, as representatifves of the student body of this Unffuersity, to build into its yearbook a jftting tribute to him who has built into our school such splendid, lasting gifts as declarations of true friendship to our commonwealth. 1 t is with this aim uppermost in mind, then, that the stajf respectfully dedicates the 1931 zfrtemisia to Mr. Clarence Hungerford fllackay, NefUada's greatest friend and benefactor. 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ISIQN, and strength beyond ours, and the will to guide-these are theirs, and how much is ours because they see and will that we shall see. How far beyond our brief, treasured four years they have walked here, and shall walk here, we have no full means of knowing. But this we know, be.- cause at times, as men and women, they have spoken to us from their hearts, or because we have looked into their eyes as we stood upon the threshhold of our golden going out-we know that we can make no greater return to them than that of living happy and fruitful lives in the service of our fellows in the light of our own truths. Then, indeed, may they know that they have planned, and spoken, and borne the lonesomeness of those who lead, for the greatest conceivable purpose-that of enriching co-ming lives. Be it our pledge here that we may so live as to look back upon full years and good, and know in our hearts that we, as they, have served, ' jg: 'ff :' 55. 4 ' . . Z :- ..,,. 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Iv . ix-,1.!:v1f'. " -5 'KE Y' ' ' f'ir'.1:"" . ':iQ"gP J V M .- 4f" .V.fL'f!-f - ,l H 'ztlgthlix - 4 i V 4 Y. :A 5-.lf wr? J 5, ,gf .Q ' ll - --'-. , ' .: . ', 1:-1 -. .. - -4' '. .z'- ' 1 K w'.'seS?V 1-' - if '21 V-Hg. 15 Q , V14 65259 .I V -41. wtf: 'fry .-' ly: Mfr " -'lr ' A Jaffa, .f VV x , lf- - VW ' W3 f "-fl! Mi '- w ewfi s fee fr -2. ' ' 1 ' 5 'TH' 1" 'Fl' '. X.-.u .'P. ' Tu '7'..L.'??'-f:'1,1' ' V I- .- ' ' - --1 2 I.. ?' v uf' x L-LH Fm-Y .' Ks .lui . 1 . Il' VD I ?Mgxq.,SRQ,'Lf ,m I . D . I'j :gg '4 fi Tj 4. 'G .W X. LI' . .17 -K1 . -x. . I I . N DMINISTRATIO V 4 ' 1 I Il I : Q k ji a if wg I n I l . l I - V A '.,- '. A V. gfJ:?.'ii'1:IV1 gfg,-Q..g1' . 5 ' ' Y 7.1. I .'V, 21.-lf.-.,x11'gQf.lHiV'if..,I'!9' i ' . ., . . , , . V ,.,.,.- l lvl ,f .gjj,Qif'. . ,. ,.. . , . , ' ha' 3 . u . " ,Tfw' .:L '1 :pgs 1 1 ,11 - . 14 T1' E '5 Ink WF Am hmm 2 X 8 , 1, LI a x Q 1 I 1 45Q2j?T1ggQ.. ,f ZA 974111 C3 gg 5 5 9 f I + L' 1: ,a Q 5' 5 ? ff f 'M V T DR. WALTER E. CLARK, PRICSIIH-ZN'l' mf IAIIP 1 xlx i V g -4 ef,.i5-gW .jg1' -.a C-1:7514 fglffg gixfiigx E3 11 16 I C 1 "5 I I J is I Q A 4. 5. QVQ' E w 5 ARTEMISIA QQ? I l Zi4 S + Eli?-i I l a 3 C li I ll!! Q1 J-, ,. 5 re Q ? t , I' l" I 'ef is 53 .,. rl 1- fa l. E-Z3 :lf P I g f ill ii 5 L i la l P I I A l I 0 l l QIGEBD I A TOAST T O NEVADA'S UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHED through the idealism of the pioneering founders of this Commonwealth, DEVELOPED during nearly threescore years through the faith in higher things of the sons and daughters of the pioneering founders, MAINTAINED today by the continuing sacri- fices of the most truly courageous civic population in this Nation, that heroic eighty-five thousand who are supporting regularly and successfully functioning State, County and Municipal govern- ments throughout the imperial one hundred and ten thousand square miles of sand-strewn and mountainous Nevada. May its students, during their campus years, be- come so appreciative of their great inheritance as heirs of this State, of this Nation and of the Race, and may they he so filled with the idealism, the faith, the sacrificial spirit and the civic courage which have made the University possible that, throughout their lives, they will he high-powered, far-visioned and reverential servants of this Commonwealth, this nation and this World. WALTER E. CLARK 4 , 1 9 3 1 if ARTEMISIA 3 'gli y mmm? gi s l 4 i A- Z . 2 i I , . . if i i 7-1 ... rl: A+! 4 .pi I v 5 -. Hx L .is fi F. fi gl . I 1 , 1 i Il M I XPE1.w rl il? il X 'll . ie .fs , 1 fl E3 i V! l , A ,Fi gs 11 , 'i 'zml .il c,z i' lf! I Q 11 li if E T 5 P: N W T BDARD or REGENTS A 9 HE Regents of the University of Nevada are, 0 1 under the Constitution of the State, elected at large . l ' , A by the voters of the State. They meet at specified timies l I during the school year to examine the condition of all L I 1 fi il University aHairs and to govern their policies accord- I I, , ingly. It is their duty to exercise control over the college through their executive oliicer, the President. They are I :if ,i allotted a certain sum each year through appropriations Fi. fi le of state funds voted 'them by the legislative body of the state at their biennial sessions. All departments must be jd 51 g Hnanced by this fund under the Board's direction. Under iii the law now in effect, there are five University Regents, ll GEORCEQS- BROWN one elected every two years for a term of ten years. The if Cmmmn membership of the present Board of Regents, together Til 2 I 2 with the post oHices from .which they were elected is given below: H 5 Honorable Frank Williams fl933j ----- Goodsprings W Q it . Q Honorable Walter E. Pratt H9351 - - - - - Reno 5 ,S A W! Honorable George S. Brown H9375 - - - Reno Honorable George Wingfield fl939D - - - y Reno 5 Honorable A. C. Qlmsted C1941j ---- - TWQHS .FF 2 4 j .1 OFF1cERs OF THE BOARD j A w 'F judge George S. Brown ---- A -' ----- - - - Chairman 'T Honorable George H. Taylor ------- - Secretary Emeritus V' Miss Carolyn M. Beckwith - ------.. - - Secretary ' 5 Mr. Charles Gorman --------- --... C Omptfoller i Qi ..........-ae 4.0! V Q li lil s 4 5' l l B T 7 E ' 5 T G it Q fi 1 H . p. Ei is F iii i i 1 V 'T' fi i 1 T lf F ' T ill? gl T 5 if QI il J wrteiaivis PRATT WINGFIELD OLMSTEAD Q T i . .A ' V ' X f f . "' l gm .2-f..a,E,g.g3gp1'.,a:g.4:g4,4gi..1i::...T:fs - '-- -- if -.-.. g -. .. 1 T s A' sei -451 El as - es , T iff' 'RY A mi I 9 3 I ' e I T 1 lmsi ,gvhl lsr: 11 1 1 11111 ,1 1 "li 4.1, 1 X Q11 .Rl "'.31Ji: 1. 1 ,KN 1 ,. ,,, .. , 1 -,- '1' U 'SL l I1 1 j 1 111 ' 1 A 1 ' i 1 ' 1 E "1 'I A1 .. - a 4 5 4 - .1 .. Qi' 4 .4 1 1 119 1 1 1 ' ' Q 1 A1 Z3 1'f 1 li 1 fk 1 is 1 l 1y0 11 ,., 1,1 ,1 1 Q , 9 g 1 1 ga, tg-, ,, Wa -, 11 5241 , 41 "1 i1 J-4 ' 1 111,111 g 11,1 my THE REGISTRAR 11 '41 11,11 i 111 11 " 'Q 1 1 111,11 '11 11111 1. 1 11 .1 , r I . ' 1 1 11 11, :11 1 151 'D , 1 J 1 ff '111 11'11 HE University of Nevada is on the approved list ofth A e ssociation of American Universities. In December, 1920, a pplication for such placement was 1 Li r 11. K: I 1 3 N 1 1 1 i" ,f 1 1 1 3 , 1 xx 1, 1 - 111, QQ ,Wig formally accepted, and at that time, Nevada was the one 41 , hundred and thirty-fourth name on the list. 11 1 21 1 . . 'ffl 11 It is the Work of the Registrar to handle all student 1 lil' g registration, determine and keep on file the status of all 111, yyiv those enrolled, compile and send out all grades at the end 'NN11 H1 1511 of each semester, and function, in conjunction with the 1 f ? 1 ' 11, 11 ji other members of the faculty, as a part of the general ad- 1111 ' ministrative systm. i 1 111 1 N V 1 . . . . , . . T s 1 II ii 1-1, ' Workirig in conjunction with the Registrar in the LOLELX-'HISISSA' fy lyf y determination and collection of student fees is the Comp- U If 1 iw y I roller. His main duty, however, is that of directly controlling all university finances. ,ill 1111 f Through courtesy to the student body the Comptroller exercises supervisory control . 1 1 over the central treasury system through the ofhce of the graduate manager. T1 1 5 5 ' ' 1 il' ' ,i 1 . . . ' ,J :I For the first twenty-two years in Reno, the average yearly University enrollment 111, 1, 4 . . . . . r ' ' . ' 11 jg, 51611 Was 204. Beginning With the closing year of this early Reno period, the total yearly W 1 ,E 1 1 enrollments by five-year periods follow: 1 1.11 A in 5 3111 ' 1908-1909 - - 201 1923-1924 - - 855 ,li 1,1 U I 1, F 11 jd if 1913-1914 - - - 301 1928-1929 - 944 Q11 A 'I 1918-1919 ---- 285 1929-1930 - - 1046 Q11 1' 1930-1931 - - - 1105 1 11 11 111 5 1 I W 5,1 ip: . ,A . 1 , y y 5 1 1 1 F 51 1 1 1 ' 11 if 1 51115 1 fl Q1 fi 1 I 1 1 1 QI 1 1' 11 11 1 , L X5 5 Q1 1 15 1 '11 1 3 fi ' f 1 Y f 1 I 1 I E 3 3 1 1 ii 111 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 191i ,Wx 1 1 11111511 . 1' A 1 1111 1 4 11 1 1 lf 11 ' ill 1 14 lf1 g, 1,1 ' 1 71111111 if ,Fx E fx ,1 1 1112111 Uliifif if" Midi: 1Iy,1!1, 1 9 11-111 1 1 1 1 1 11 THE PRESIDENT'S HOME FROM MORRILL HALL 1'L1,1xl 111.1 15 1 12:L,,,Q1 , fue' 1 5 Z N L41 1' Q' 11 ,Q 11-'I 'XI1 lf 1 21, X, li'-ii. I 1191 1111141 RTEMISIA .f-"' r f""' ,f-'M il E31 l afJee+s eAs-f ,EE X9 21 IQ DEAN OF WOMEN HROUGHOUT the ages we find woman as a mother, a helpmeet, a companion, gradually as- suming other important roles until now she is found in many different lines of activity-professional and other- wise. To fulfill the demands of these occupations she must not only be intelligent, capable, and alert but she must be trained generally and specifically. To select her best field of endeavor and the best method of preparation constitutes an important step toward the attainment of success in the work finally chosen. Conferences between the Dean of Women and the student who is groping for A A a life vocation constitute an important phase of the Dean's work. Qpportunity for these conferences is op-en at all Dean times and material is constantly being received by the - Dean concerning vocational information. The link be- tween the student's desire and attainment may be forged 'by joint study of these courses conducted by student and Dean. The association thus ensuing is intimate and interest- ing and leaves pleasant memo-ries in the mind of the Dean, and a feeling of interest in the later success of the student in her work. ' Many times the work of the Dean is not pleasant. The responsibility as a member MARGARET E. MACK Ps '4 'I di ll II ll I l I L .I ' I I. II, I eg IME i ,lf I il If I: ,Q I .., I.. ' I I 7 . E E x I of the student affairs committee often leads to criticism, but it must be remembered that such Work is necessary, not only for the welfare of the individual but for the best V. B interests of the school. This main function is often overlooked, and the notion prevails ' ' that the office is a disciplinary one. To erase this mistaken idea is probably the hardest i A task which confronts the Dean of Women at any college, and it is hoped that thro-ugh l conferences with the student this notion may be corrected, and the person made to see j , f that a real service is being done. ' .Ii A f -W-,I Ilell ,,', if "'- A , . it 'iff Ii ' E I I l E 3 A -lil EQ 1 l ' 1 l l I I . in : l fi fi THE AGRICULTURAL BUILDING AND HALL or ENGLISH FRoM THE QUAD I I 'W' m-.jgg.,'1efeg,'1i'ix,gg4 i,,,I4,7"-M-'--e-f-I----A A -- - A- , ' M B3 K'-Gi mWM+:f. F203 1931 W I '.! I 5 If I!! 3 l, 5 'F ,I f I rf I V 4 . Ili ill im .W R S S. TX I . IQ II 1" S51 idg rf, I,I I Iii V K, I. ' I l I ll lI lf I' , , Ks I f I x Il TJ? L , J . .I l. I-TQ' :IV :rig ... Il' ' ii. I I 1 ii 1. 'sl I E, li S! Il I ! .I H l Ill ml III Ii .I III If 'V 'I l I .II 1 ll B'-A I gp lph Illia i,N.' .1 I J. ,i . mx. 5. . Q 4 i I I ,. ,. F I ,I lag i 1 - 1 I , , I . I II N .S I , , ' Q I I I A V I ., EQ A R. T E IVI S K6 ef - - I D r M-fr 11:1 I-Z'-if-T---i s s , ,-t -- DEAN or MEN N addition to the duties of his ofhce, the Dean of Men at the University of Nevada carries a full g time teaching schedule. These regular teaching duties I s.iQi 5 , -. ' I ' leave a limited amount of time for him to function as 2 dean of men. Furthermore, much of the time of the ' , office is taken up, in conjunction with the student ahrairs A ll ,pf committee, in handling cases of student misconduct. 4 I These duties materially handicap the elifectiveness of the ,R Q ', QQ' dean of men, for his greatest service to the student hodv Q ,Ii should he thatof an advisor.. 1 h Q A The position of cornhined policeman, advisor and y,,, teacher is no small one, and either of these functions is L hound to interfere with the results of the others. So it has L-H,.tRLE5 H,,5EM,,,N if I I I ' been my thought and hope for some time that a method 190111 ill T , of student control might he installed that would deal with Ill Q student conduct. This is with no thought of seeking to lessen the duties that might I Q naturally fall to my ofhce. I am merely looking for a more elliective manner of 'I L, I I controlling such matters, so that the dean of men might have more time and energy for ly, A ,M real service to the students. 3,35 Student control has worked very well at many colleges, and I see no reason why -I - I it should not do so at Nevada. VVith the wholehearted support of the students this can H ' become a reality, and the individual will more fully realize his duties. , I believe that a proper and effective method of student control can he devised, and I I I It if it is made the duty, hy the student hody constitution, of a ce1'tain committee to handle y such matters, I am sure they will not shirk these duties. I Ugg , .',, ,QA 'lil 'G'- I, V ' 1 I i il I 1 - i E I 2" ": it 5 ff 31 I IPII 'W fly I, I '. ' , LOOKING ACROSS MANZANI'I',-X LAKE AT .-Xl3.'I'EIN'IlSl,-X AND LINCOLN H.-XLLS m ...fn -m,... siiififisieelefeell were I I y K ff V I I 9 3 1 tzu I i t I I '11 . I, f l ,ff :sq al? 5 r I i v .15 , gt -.Q 1- -A A e- V 'A -' 'FTC .c v 4?--M -f iif'i,1,yQQgQff 5 X V, A ,, We , f, JH, ,MA I fir coLLEGEuoF Hd A ARTS AND SCIENCE ' 1 Q3 HE event which has had the most marked effect upon the College of Arts and Science during this yi year has been the completion and occupancy of the new Mackay Science Hall, into which the dean's office and headquarters of the college have been moved from the fn old chemistry building. lVluch better equipment has been provided and We now have ample space for desks, filing cabinets and book-cases. Qur records are more V3 easily available and there is satisfactory accommodation . for student and faculty conferences. These conveni- All MAXWELL ADAMS ences are appreciated by all concerned, and Work toward 1 f A Viwpresident and Dean efhciency in theiUniversity as a Whole. f 1 The College of Arts continues to enroll and provide instruction for the majority gl of the students Who attend the University. While the University cannot provide final lil instruction in many of the learned professions, still the College of Arts and Science ' F , has been able to furnish a thorough fundamental training as a foundation in medicine, in law, dentistry and like professions. The students who have received this basic train- , ing have been unusually successful as students in the various schools which they have 1 later lattgnied. f Thehstudents in this college have been active in student affairs and rave a t eir air s are of representatives on the honor roll, athletic teams, and in student honor societies. Through various courses such as Ethics, American History and Orientation the college attempts to establish in its students ideals of service and loyalty to the school, the state, and the nation and expects its graduates of this year, as All in 1 l I Si is ez 1. if 13 its f E 1 if -fi 1 l Ei fi wil ZH ry U, R 4 ..- V7 xl! l First Row: Blair Ch. 11 . ,- A qppe C, Chulch' G'1mHgI'1f11'f1mn, H1ll'W0od. Second Row: Hicks, Iliquinbothzun, llill, i Kline, Lewcrs, Martic. K K lr' .T YP' u -f Y--u, ,,,, - E sQf, ' ' fwffw '1TgLii,f,s ,.,. ' ,I1'LQ'i.Cf'f . --1-ff. i,., , ,, i 'EL 1, '- J, X - ,KX K, V CW W 'Ai'Ms t "ts"""'w " l . x 2 2 G Pb ' 'ls 1-T-C -4 "',?gL'-imwgcbf COLLEGE OF ,fbi ARTS AND SCIENCE the graduates of of high moral which they subs life. VVhile there curriculum of t ' ' ' vu lTIlpI'OVC,IT1CHtS and wants an ed thorough traini Course in language, literature and social sciences, we offer preliminary trai and other learned professions. ln the mai too many suhjec the specialist wh cannot properly ness asset and ea position in the m hand We do stri sophie temper, a ll' We Cannot oflc development to Platols idea still makes you not a hZ':,Ai,.x53TTi,:.?,,.,...,,,, ..,. ...,. .... ,,,,. , .,.,.,,,..,. ,-, e , nt, ,..,. . ., .t e, ,. . N - ff , , ,- 1 lgilffasiillif fffi - fc ,xx if 1 Q Q 3' f . - "Ste -Q rs ' s ,lf " , .. Q,-t S ,u,-'J , , , ,kg 5 f sfrffr e - V1 g X iw. 4-1 .' .us .ea -N - si Q: .X . QR wk-lf tTX4fef,.2 e if: 3595 A 'At lx:- isitzfgs Q , ,W tt. . , t , X Sz' hi i all 'R 1- s ax 3 3? E i l i lflxex ,Xb . by if ,ee -X . E t L ll, .. . l , I Q- Y. 1 L ' -. s 3. v' . " IF ' ' f 'rv X L X f ffm. Q' ' ', - Q , t L B . 'J ' Q rs ' :Q ft X, V v A-:X r i C V: . ' .ai gi: l' - , 0 gl Q , -, K . 44 , F E " 3 4. I . 1 . ll Q 1 L' .JK ' fi e s- Z' , ' ., D-" -f ,,, l gr' K ng. Besides the ordinary cultural college " f :fy ,., K A slr- - ...s-':'f'f , .,.- 'KAY SCI IENCIS ll.-XLI. COLL'NINS i thin if spread over ittle opportunity to lessf, Likewise, we se merely as a husi- to lead to a salaried hhitts. On the other l perception, philo- ns in a democracy. ra definite kind of 'aining to receive it. ch, if you possess it, "W',fi77T'7TTmi ,V,h y, pl Y 4 5 , f 'in ,fi L i i qgiqv- - . 231,-as ' 4 , .ff' '-JA ..,.- -..e...,,,t.......,,..,.t i....A,,.J,.A.4.........1 First Row: Murgotten, Post, Riegelhuth, Sameth, Schmitt, Scranton. Second Row: Sears, Standiford, XVehster QQ? fm:fiSg?:gTir44'1ig gt 3393 I l93l mi AETE ISIA 15513 ii., -1. COLLEGE GF ENGINEERING HEN times are hard the number of young people 9 who come to college is increased. The College of Engineering has felt the truth of this during the pres- ent year for not since the days of the Veterans Bureau, when fifty or more returned soldiers were being educated here by the Federal Government, has there been such a large enrollment. Nearly two hundred and fifty stu- dents for the year. Witli number has also come quality and wie hope the instruction has kept pace With the demand. Students who have returned to complete the Work for a degree after an absence of several years, say that courses are more effective than in earlier times. Graduates of the College of Engineering have gone to every part of the world and most reports that come to us indicate that they are making good and are competing successfully with graduates from larger and supposedly better schools. FREDERICK H. SIBLEY Dean The reason is not very obvious. Probably it is due in not small measure to the constructive optimism of the Nevada graduate. The man who thinks he can succeed usually does. On the other hand such success is due in part to a broad and fundamen- tal training rather than a specific one. No experienced engineer any longer believes that We are training engineers in College, rather We are teaching them to think and speak the technical language so that in time they may become engineers. Young men with such an educational background are not handicapped with a mass of information to be unlearned before correct professional experience can be acquired. .., Pri 'J U i ll 812 te IE 1 sf rl Q H li in 55 .Ai iii ,,. TE? iii 35: .5 U lit if iii Eff it ii. I I i .I . tif? . li . il i 52 ii is l : Fi1'tR ':B'b ,. . , , , , s ow ix y, Bo.udm.m, Palmci Second Row: Rocklund, Sglmqm-fu Smru, I . , , - -i-- W1 ..-... f1'..:.r:vfv.e.if' e . ,. CPI ' El ei 1931 .,....-F 3 l l l l l x 4 i v l l l ,, x If 5. il . gylli .JF Fi l V if lff ill.- lgf, F l ii. -ii Q IS A FX 1 l l l i l v l l l ti, fail ,ll Hifi l s v, 'ill til ll ,la 'il' if , 55521 it i NH -J I i l ll' .li .ii , A il. v .,-, i 1' 1 i l gi 'l 5 in 'f a-if fl, fi E i I , F ililf Eli' i v-' l u ilmf ,ill skull HH l vas, T L: qw 5,1 l' L' 'i .ni Gill il 4 f al b"?! r. -1 U? fl 5. V lil l i 5 ll E .,- li? f , 4 4 fi 4 i i RTEMISIA lil is L 92 El Z4 --We M li U MACKAY SCHOOL OF MINES N lVlay, 1924, the University celebrated its semi- centennial and on that occasion Klr. Clarence H. , Mackayf said, among other things in his congratulatory 1 telegram to President Clark, uhdy sole desire is to make Z2 the School of Mines first in this country and preeminent ? in the world of mining education, and I trust that the realization of this desire may be fulfilledf' . On this same occasion Mr. Mackay outlined a five- ML year probation period before definitely financing the .l , , .. .. y eighteen thousand dollar endowment fund, and he also KC ip f - gave instructions to have plans drawn for a new building 4 4 . . for chemistry, physics and mathematics, adequate in every 1 respect to meet the needs for the best possible instruction muy ,yn H-lfuyx 'Q in these three basic subjects for the Mackay School of i l95f'l'ff"1' , 5 lVlines VVork.,' :fy It is very gratifying to all friends of the University that Mr. hlackay did arrange 2 V l to perpetuate the eighteen thousand dollar endowment at the end of the five-year period 1- ' and that he did present Mackay' Science Hall to the State uto provide education for the ,iy future generations in those sciences which are fundamental to mining." Elle These are very generous tangible evidences that M r. Mackay believes the flflackay I , 5 School of lVlines is Well started on the course he laid down in l92-l. 1 lVlr. lVIackay,s decisions have undoubtedly been influenced by the steadily increas- ing enrollment, by the quality of students attending the School, by the demand for School graduates, and by the performance and advancement of these graduates after entering their lifels work. All of these phases have been favorable and encouraging to the position of prominence laid down by M r. Mackay as the goal. . , e I f' "f"'f:f'l '.',,. lift: .i-. ' A W ii? l ti, V' ' D l is lf.i21fll ie-rl' .5 , it ...,i s 5 -r 5. 5, f 1 ' l QQ? i ff + lb if t 1 , ' , if l ' hs' ,... -ff" fs. lx yy pgrg lg v, 1 fl! t it ' K lg 4 A I 2. t , li? ' t F l M.- gi ' ' :E .se - 6 lg X , E' 'lv llgif First Rovv: Carpenter, Couch, Gianelli. Second RUWI-lUl1L'i, l'alnier UVA, Smyth. l 4 .9 F Fl! ll, vgi Iii .fl 'U -541, ylbal. lfe VI' gil ll: llfli il, 6, rg can-t e ' -aan- . lj . if 1 9 3 1 tm g . Q 'i3r'1ir9'f i?i3f.i3Q"'i.'jij'T J ' L12-,JL ARTEMISIA. , Y --F lf - F A A A III, eerffaoms-Xl .IE ' '45 37 SCHOOL OF EDUCATION ' VVO Year Normal! Gmdmztes: Roxcena Bonham, Sparks, Emma Boyd, lWcGill, Ethelyn Coverston, Lone Tree, Mabel Dowling, Muncey, Ruby Danvers, McGill, Elaine Fairchild, Sparks, Melba Geraghty, Mc- Gill, Frances B. Hewitt, Sparks, Florence Huffman, lone, Golamae Johnson, Gardnerville, Eleanor Keema, Yerrington, Myrtle Keema, Signal, Irene Kitch, East l Ely, Maxine Roudebush, Steptoe, Julia DeKinder, Fair- view, Ruby S. Fraser, Hawthor'ne. JOHN W, HALL Four Year Gmduatess Margaret Baird, McGill, Beth Dem Beemer, Sparks, Aurora Belmonte, Smith Valley, Alice Beninghoff, Ruth, Emory I. Chase, Las Vegas, Wm. Kelly Collonan, University of Nevada, Helen Coverston, Fallo-n, Anna Frey, Gardnerville, Evelyn Gault, iDayton, Geraldine Green, Fernley, Gerda Hexem, Millett, Inez Holmstrom, North Fork, George Lang, Las Vegas, Alice LeMaire, Battle Mountain, Ainsley H. Mab- son, Wadsworth, Helen Mann, Yerington, Florence Mitchell, Fort Bragg, Cali- fornia, Helen Morris, Tonopah, Richard Oliver, Ruth, Valborg Glsen, Sparks, Mary A. O'Neill, McGill, Enid Porter, Fallon, Katherine Priest, Sparks, Kathryn Robison, Sparks, Esther Sauer, Independence, Edwin Gemenza, California, Leonard VV. Sledge, Las Vegas, Ione Smith, Dyer, Regina Sullivan, Deep Hole, Maryanna Tayliy, Carson City, Mary Weeks, Arthur-Hoover, Edwin Whitehead, Fernley, Ina inters, Tonopah, Gladys Cafferata, Wadsworth, Idel Anderson, Ely, Wallace Smith, Battle Mountain, Ellen Russell, Reno, Pauline Wren, Las Vegas. First Row' Billin h ' - g urst Reubsam Bc .. . . 1 - . Q y FHWQCOHI. Second Row. Tnlhoy, Thompson, 'l raunvr, Y oung. I' - ,,,, - -- .... -...... ..,- . -, Q3 ' 'f'fiE5EfLfi?fff7ff I 133 E : 'inf - Q14 -..... wr- , 1- J ' I 1 ,.,... 1 .U I N" :.......1. .. L. . . . q ..,. F261 1931 li srl ff,- A 5 y F s'z If I sf fi EV af I? It I E rg, II 'Ist I I I I I . I . 3 I I f I I , I I+ I lil I II: II if III Igxf Ki 'Iii , , JE II: I I . I It I I, C :I I il 5 I II IA l :fn Ili I, Ii Q L ...u Mia l i 4 : , i E i nz E . v i Je V IN L karl Fx. T E lvl l V-F' -- ,txl W, t... ' ?Qg-w fe V W ---e-:,- -lefty" - i ---. nj ,,., f. - V W .,. I I ? l l' i Q CGLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE is , - . 1 HE steady growth of the .College ot Agriculture I l . ' v. . v M - - v continued this year with an enrollment of Fifty- ! l nine, five of whom will graduate. The School of Home l Economics which is included in the College of Agricul- , yi , 1 c - L' l ture, enrolled thirty-four, and will graduate nine. Stu- Sl . 4, " " s ' C gif: I if dents of the College find ready employment, and the de- Y Ill v 1 Q i 5 ' ' ' . . - . ' ' lf, partment makes every effort to place them in satisfactory yy by 2 l I positions. The Aggies find work with the Extension Q H ' ml - Q f Department, become teachers, or follow some other agri- y l ' .ll Q i ' Y t D g A ' l cultural pursuits, while the Home hconomics students are l lj 2 always in demand as teachers, dieticians, or home demon- ROl2liR'l' S'l'l5W.-XR'l' ' ' - Dean gl My 1 . stration agents. yy y if V l f 1 . . ' ' ' Both departments of the College have been very active during the past year. ll, i 5 1 f During Homecoming, the Home liconomics Club held an exhibit in the department 'J 'i L i rooms. The Club sent its president, Margaret Purdy, as a representative to the Ameri- if . - . . . . . . . , v 5 ' NJA, can Home Economics Association convention which was held this year in Denver. , D A . n L, j l They also had complete charge of the luncheon held in the gymnasium on Mackay Day. i l, The Aggie Club again cooperated with the Farm Bureau in putting on the Nevada we ' i Potato and Apple Show, and arranged for the High School Livestock Judging Contest. f f l l u n n Q - 1 I 1 For the third time, they sent a dairy cattle judging team to the Pacific International Livestock Exposition at Portland, where they made a very creditable showing. J ., v W. ,V N, ,,,,...,,., W., ..,.. ,. ., .. . , ., , , .. .,,,,,.,,,..,.. .,.X, ..,. -.,,,,,,.,,.,.,. .x , ..... ..., , , .... M... . ,..,,,,7,.,.-e,,.t.,7,.,eV M 1 V in Q i g , X. . , K N A ' X gul Mp. J 'f 7 t ' ' Q - 1-ffl , '2.fi1,if5E?f5i??fg - l . l P 1: 1 - ' . ' ' ' 1 I ,',' Q' . i fi 'wif ' ' A ll R 'Va ' '. 1 a rt . - A' V Q l Q i I R v ,, 5 Z P i 1 ' .X i T . El r N N .1 il i , . , i l, 1 I 5 .yr ,K .gih L X s . . Q jfs, s- lla all w ' 'S I' I 523 3+ i 4 4 1, Z Q 5 J IF L 4 5 , i ' M1259 ' 4 . I l vi First Row: I-iraiidseii, Lehenbauer, Levvis. Second Roxy : Miller, Pope, Scott, XVilson. if . C.. -. -M-. A, C I ci? " '1iD..f.s534T't""ga1g v E' 533 f-Pj i .Z M . A 1931 E271 7:4 Q1 111 S54 1 fly LX LJ! 151 11.11. 1 43.14512 4 at "" 4-1:3411 '1 1- , 1 --Y A 1 1---- ,1.f- :Y ' -4' "+A --"YW: 1- - A11 1--f--ww.--1, ,, V 1 , J 1 A1 Lf 1 f 5 1 1111 1511 P51 W 1 '1 V13 E1:J',1 1 1j f' W1 "1 iff 111' IIL1 W1- V QUE, f? Es -1 .H .il jf ,. ,'l 1'E Il Q J I . 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' 1" 1 FR L+ Q T ' 1 I ll 'll 2 ,l .4 is I I U F - , 14 4 r 4 S RTEMISIA El K-iramjmalilff--N W' t,fiQ1""++-'S,"'..,-fdcbbii f E lflJN?,Ll,,ax:Nf 4-5.gfL,u44',:.,t.., , A , , , .,.-. ,. ,, , l lf - l IL' Cl l ES XV.-XL'l'S L':XN'lll.ON Li ASSOCIATED STUDENTS Fi Jack Walther ---- - - - ------- ljresitlent 'lil Jenn Hughes - - - - - - Vice-Presitlent Nlnrgaret VV:1lts - - - - - - Secretary if Edwin Cnntlon - ------------ 'l'rensurt-r fb: Y-Vzilter Mitchell - - - - unior Re nresentzitixe to the lixecutive Committee Y 'Q s p 5 I 'Q l Calvin Bzmnigzin - - - So Jhomore Re uresentzitive to the Lxecutive Committee 4 e l I 5, Ruth Stewart - - - XKf11lTlCIl,S Representzitive to the l' mzmce Control Committee Douglas Calloway - - Mt-mls Representzitive to the l-'innnee Control Committee Albert Davis - ' ' - - Menls Representzitive to the lf mzuice Lontrol Lommittee llowzircl Sheerin -------- Representzitire to the lluhliezitions lionrtl 1 Rose Maliziiizi - - Represe1it:1tix'e to the lluhlientions lionrcl AQ, BCl'I12ll'Cl Hzirtunq - ----- - - Grzuluzite Nlzuiziger -+1 . 7 , . ' lo Alvin Lomhzircli - --------- Student Athletic ixflIll11lQCI' 'gs ,, . . X. , , .-t if Lhzirles Hzisemzui - - ltziculty Representzitive to the lt mance Lontrol Lommittee R. C. 'lllicmpson - - lfziculty Represeht:1tix'e to the l"iri:uiee Control Committee lf' L N V V -X: li irt i ' , 45 ii , 5 E - , ",-, ,ff ,Q , 1 n ww il I J sl ll i N14 . V ,,x, 4 1 Q X i' V -iff' - -K ,g K .nw- l l l First Row: Mitchell, llzinnigam, lrlzlst-mam, Tliompson. Second Row: Stewart, Calloway, Davis, llnrtung, ' Lomlwslrdi. l J - A ' .,,,,,, V.,,, su, e-, ,.,,.V ., .v,, . - l ' lil 533' 'gfifjb ,'i1.:Tf:'-i"'i"'fi'f g,TT'111f'?Q 4499 El Q' 1931 l29l ki. I ff, fr' -TK lf , 1 I 1 , ,L . -1 i .E 5,1 1 A S iv? I i X 1 '-J. .5 .ii 1 . Uv X I gl I l ' ,x , 9 1 I ll I-, l I I I I f . . is Q assa -E E we 5? ijt ffm! F IOS lin' ,hi ,x I l 9, it i i I Women's Upperclass Committee: Stewart, Pierson, Tomlin, Hughes, Hawkins, Ernst. ill ASSOCIATED STUDENTS l 5 1 Q THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 3 Q f Jack Wvalther, Chairman Jean Hughes Calvin Bannigan lfValter llflitehell V Edwin Cantlon Ma1'garet VVz1lts FINANCE CONTROL -COMMITTEE Charles Haseman, Chzzirmzm Jack Walther Albert Davis Edwin Cantlon Douglas Calloway R. C. Thompson Bernard Hartung I Ruth Stewart WOMEN,S UPPERCLASS COMMITTEE I I Jean Hughes, Chairman I I Dorothy Ernst ' Constance Phillips Ruth Stewart Cecelia Hawkins Jessie Hartley Clara rfmnlin Q 2 Gwendolyn Pierson I n ' I if 1 I R Q 1 I il l 5 if ll lg, tl ill 2 HULL Men's Upperclziss Committee: Hirst GFS' -i, it wW"M ' Morrison, Diwali W"ltlll'l'a Cl'llll1ll'y, llyvr, Alhin, Sinlxu-ll, Sumlvv ., C, my ,SWR ,R :J C., .a..-.l:.1 ,.,.- -.. ,,,. Y,-,via-L V Q Vw-Mir, rj-1 --'-R -f -f '7 Sxlfiffjxijy 'gg Ti" A .,.,,..mf,V ., fa TTL" igiggim H -' ..:.i-.. :Iv I---"'N i-T1gE.,--I-M 1-E.---LTYTI--as . ,V .. .--. - "R" "" "Me I f t ? , ,Nh - I U01 H W ii I .., li, KF Y T' ,7 1: , Sv- v ' 2 I , Nia. 1 5 , , 5' A -xr I ,T"i3,:,11- ii , :X X f.' ii i I, i, X ll ixti, 1 ,, v , A , g, jx -i, L, , ,iJ'I l',N', wi, lllll P ill l 'Q il l l X Q ' llvfl 5 l xl A T i l l 5 i- 4. l if i, i ill Y 'HC . 'ff'-Pj lTXX :'L',"' rf-:X vzl xi '1' ' 17' -i ' - - - 1- - R S - f ,fi -.' 1 Xg1Q?zffSQ l-wi Piffigif f' S 'f?Zf S S N X' 'S g Z-QQ 1551 T51 g a Ii- 1,1 Vlfl-,!'il 1 in fi V31 U41 ll ii Inf? lil lil, l l ii il 2 N 'l 1' Y lg Jn , i 5 A nk Q E 'i Q' ', I 1 t l ': 1 I l 1' Q, 1 W1 l iv l' J, f ""i fill! i i i' i i 5 ' i 5 ' l ' 5 ll l', ll ?'i l 1 'M I1 1 i V, 5 , : lK'l is . 4 1 iii , ' l il . . . . , . li ' 'ni Homecoming Day Conimittvc: Ligrin, Aycr, llankoncr, Iliunipson, l'ui'dy. vlflf 'll' j if T W ' i' l T ASSOCIATED STUDENTS T Hy i U i 'WN If ml I ll , vliiil 'TT'-?'--al '4?J1f:i"fj3 ' f Nz. fail A qlfq Y i ll' ,ll I I il, in .l. ik'-"I li Ni ijt-at :Ml i J li Tl f' iw , l K Jack Albin Philip Davci' Leland Siclwcll Irvin Ayer Beatrice l'attc1'snn Edwin Cantlnn Ray Hackett Stanley Suntlccn Newton Crtnnlt-3 Frccl Nlm'i'isoii Bill Ligun Bi-uct' 'ltlimnpsmi .Xclcllit-i't Status Hamlcl 'lx2llUCl' jfql 'W' I ,Juli lg: N l Nlackay Day Committee: Cantlon, Nelson, Johnson, Talwcr, Davis, Purdy, XVilson, States, Hackett. l il iN-. ' law l ,Qi l, ,, Ii! '1 "ln li 'UM llliil ifl li N-i llii' lll ie W lllWl, lr la 'mi lil iii-ill yilgf If alas: 'li iv limi! iiiti Ei"l lwll Nl if ll 3 ll Mini Tfllll ly. li 'i lf :ill iiiff A - I ,Ijfil ' ii :"il if F il V4-1 x.i..,..f if lL'gf-3 X 17, N . , YQ .- K S ,,,, , ,, , -.Aw ,Y ,""' VL 5X x...g4:::. - ,r ,f-V-, vt-RJ tg, ,J 4,7 -f- ' -1 , :-X, -1-4? S , f, Nba x:. .ax gi ...MA W- tv. Afx .X A - X f' :jj -,f5- V, f f X?-Vt f ,ffl 1-1 FMS " K ii Nl illlflll ifpij l"i i lp l. 1' '- .ill lwl t- Y-, 71" 'N . W tJ 'i -, 5313 4 L il r'--fy-1 l Iiajl i V , TVTN ? f 01:5 l i i lil .. ,,.: M ,:,4.4.1.,,, of 'W EANS, moleskins, cords,. soinbreros, and men are made. The pageant of the classes, ever changing, never changing. ln at the gates in trembling and out with new strength and hearts tu face the high adventure with joyous anticipation. We'll never know four years of greater worth, of greater changes, or of greater happiness. "Thirty-one" has grown from an insult to zi dig- nined address, and its members are about to fuI'ITl a company in the legion of campus memories. The hill awaits thirty-five. This is the book of our year, and this section we dedicate to the brotherhood of thirty-one, thirty'- two, thirty-three and thirty-four, a brotherhooil now ended. May each outgoing class leave its stamp upon Nevada, that each incoming class max' inherit the greater tradition. ' M M , - fl - - . mbhemn , I 'li A R Tvgnvqgv-:i.,,.,T .,..,-ffsq: 1 ',,'. . iinglgif, wal.-7. Y , , Y , kv , f fi' f1w-hh , ' If-4...-122,522+-3.4 .v. ,-:,g.Eg J, fl ,, -rsv- ,f ' x --A -M3-""',,f QQ E b :IS ' . 5 . , 2 :. .1 57.4 1,1 . ,. If 1" I l n , L ' .. Y " ' 1Ii'.1'n r X A X E91 L f f-g 1 ,if IW N AN N .. , 4 'J 'i 1 I . - f V , If - va , . 5 , ,K 'I :Y n ff? " . 1' . ' . 1' -' : g4-,a-- -f, : 4- 77- Mr" - . A ' K- 1 ,g. - r 4, ' -65x ?7. 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Eff?-2 f Q- z.:g: -- fb' 1. - ff" iff -il.. frm- ff :sz 5 , , A ,. 4 '34 , 9 Q,L,LASSES H 8411 1 ui' f I I: aaa 'Z t .lf Q A. .-.p..."Qi5-,-1-,XlI'g4fIml 7 flm gf M '-' "' "' ' f afggl llff "1-ggj.glj5 - I .-i I H.. . 5 N 2 Z , -.,.1 -2-Q-2 ' - 1 ,.l ff -,V 1 I :I il:--,:'rAg. ..-I l 1 ll i I F 1 Q i L Y . RTE ISI .4-. if 55 Q I A I 1. IE 1 ! f I I I I i. 1 1 , 1 1 E is ,. 1 'l lf 1 l 1 1 :Vi u I I 1 .,, 1 it I ' A If 'T' V Vw,-,,, ,-, ,,,,, L. 1 -5'-'J W' , ' , 1 z F31 I ' " 1 1 1 1 1 1 Z L 1 l i li J 1 if ' 1 - ' if 1 Q 111 1 I 5 I 1 is 5 Ti 911 I 5 1 S 35 I 1 hi if .i ls I ' F 1 I1 VARGAS H-IRST gl l 3 ? If Ii 111 I 1 H ,I SENIOR CLASS flf 1 1 ' , v Q Q OFFICERS FALL SEMESTER A 1 - l S . I D 12 . ' 1 Ihr' 191: George Vargas --------- - President 1:0 9 Z Egg . . 1 1 I 52 Anne Thacker Stewart - Vice-President V 1 5 i ' Gladys Wittenberg - - Secretary 5 Q ill Byron 0'Hara - - Treasurer Il gOFFICERS, SPRING SEMESTER Ii ii ,ig f Vernon Hirst - ------ - - - President J, I2 . . , . . . ill, i ,M M Marjorie Ligon - Vice-President 5 7 Elizabeth Johnstone - - Sgcyemry I I, 3 William Van Doren - - T1-easm-er Q lj Il 5 g 1 N1 I-I 1 fm- FFF Ii s 1 1 'A 1 I- , 1 5 fr 1 . l i fi l . l ii 5 , A 5 l : 15 1 il F 1 , ' li lrii gl, I l Fil 1 51 I , 1 ' - l ' l U 'lm Wlttenbelg Thdcke' L'g0U Johnstone Vain Down ..L l - S .'f4 Q ll Y - -1- - - F.-,-.1-, ..., .-..-...,, H., A VVAAA K r W H ' N W A V Br- ,N M1 iill-ME FF - -F In Fafv rj-131 - F 1 , ii a.J:.M. -. .,,.. ,-. ,, -z,L,,,,J ...A, .l L q . i f . Q Q i W3 I 9 3 l l i 41 551 :TTI law 1' '11 ,UH 111 r , I ix 4: ,Sul Li f i v F F EV I 1 ,. :E .. Q :Q I. ' I I I I 1, ,V Q A R. T E M I S I A EE - R ,,- l F ,GI f f ---'-, V 4- - - 1 -LQ - vw- , , X Q93 EE ,4E,AE'e"f gi' R' gig- i ' 1525 g -E33 L I SENIOR VVEEK COIVIMI'I"1'EE . 3 il Il George Vargas, Clmirmrm 1 James Henrichs 1 , Marxfin Humphrey Z Jean Hughes 1 ig . 5 1 . Ellzabeth Johnstone 5 3 Dorothy Grover 5? I My ', SENIOR PLAY COMMI'I"l'EE 4 , Eg. 3 WX? ' JAMES HENRICHS Leland Sidwell JEAN HUGHES A .. . Q R Clara Tomhn 3 Howard Sheerin I I A ' Byron 0,1-Iara I5 , 15,14 . If I ,635 i I 2 V SENIOR PICNIC COMMI'l"l'EE JI i 41535 - James Henrichs, Clzairmazz 3 fr 3 f . Walter WIISOII N gh R A Louise Rawson E h i Faralie Smithson II.. ii I . . 'U i 3 1 Wllllalll VVoodburn 5:5 I I SENIOR MEMORIAL COMMI'1"x'EE Jean Hughes, Chaz: man CCCIIIH HHWICIIIS 0 VVal1ace VVh1te Robelt Geyel , MARVIN HUMPHREY Walfel' Clark DOROTHY GROVER 5 .. ' ' -' ' -1' "" I Q'1,gTTiig,ljjjj1gf".'.'.'-,.e,Egg,?':'.,,,:,,,E,,R 2 E , ane w - me Q he ,J "1 ge 1931 wg li: 'ill iif' ii wi if 'L l l 1 R T E M I S I A c c .s Q .f TW F ALBERTA ADAMS Rrflffi Nr" 1' 1i'fg1Lgh,Sp:l111'5h and lfIlli1llI'1lJtTllll De-lla Df-11.13 film- ciub cu Q21 can mi if:-fwR1ffSw--1Hi fbi . . f ll Varsity Rifle Team U23 Circle 5 ills W' fx- l 3 Archery Team U13 Intramural Cfuniinxu-v 149, fllfl Reserve Advisor CU f2jg "Palms in Rm'xicu'."5 Wwll-cf Frolic UD HJ. Nnrlll Furl-1, NC'..nl,a Civil Engineering-Lincoln llznll Aswcigiliwrig liluc Kcy3 Scabbard and Blade, Surllfimf ills Cl-'ff illfflf' nrcr fljg A.S.C.E., Secretary-'I'rcasurcr Ill, VHF- Prcsidcnt C433 Varsity Track fljg Rirlu 'I'u.ima Ufilv N Q23 13, 14,3 Frosh Glcc Cmnnuim-cg S-,ph llup ' Committccg junior Prom Cmnnmittvcg Nliliury ligill ' Committee UD Qlllg Mcn's Uppcrclziss C-frnrniltcc. INA ANGUS Rumi, Ncxgida Erinczztion-Phi Kappa Phig llnnor Roll ill 533: Transfer from University ot' L'L:ih. JOSEPHINE ARLANG ffl!-N NCYLIJ-I Economics and Busimxvx .1Jminislniliu1:-livin Dclmg I t Phi Kappa Phig Honor Rnll C157 ill f3lQ Y.lA'.L'..-X. il Cabinet C2Jg Basketball fllg Succcr lllz High School Play Day Q15 XVolvcs Frolic fzla l"FCSll!UlII1 Scholarship. l, 2 BLANCHE ARMSTRONG Spairllf. NN-hi-I 1 Aff. gs HARVE I. ASH BY Vqililcz, .Al.lSl-Ll all i Mivzivzg EnginL-L-ring-I.:unbclgi Chi .-Xlphag S'gm.i Gamma Epsilong Crucible Clubg 'l'r.ms!'cr from Il Alaska School of Minus. if I lg ALICE MAY ATKINSON XV1us-mxillc, Calif. 'A .J-Dllfllflliiflll'-DL'lt1l Delta Dcltag Sgullllc :xml Spurs A C225 Campus Playcrsg Y.XV.L'..-X. Cabiincl Ula Cos- A mopolitan Clubg "Liliom," Assistant Nlangngcrg "ls -' 51 xx 1, I I Zat So 3 Sagebrush Qllg .-X.S.l.'.N. Xvxss llurmu Ula Desert NVo1f f3,l. . if T NEIL AUSTIN Rvun, Nl'X.lLll A41 EC07I-OINICS and Hll.YlLllt'5J' .'lJmir1i,f!r.1f:'v1:-Dell.: Sig- ,ii ma Lambclag Frnsh Footballg lfrush llaskr-tb.all. ' 'li FRED s.BALD1N1 x'..fmgi...., xi-mi.. na Spfmixli-Alpha Tau Omcgag llluck N Si-cictyg Var- 5 il sity Football 435 4435 xml-my iziiskl-mini in ini li f? Track ' JULIA A.'1zAL1J1Nr x'.-riwiiii, xl-mi.. H IU-'fofyi SPfU1f5h ami lmlian-Mauwanita ll.ull Assn- . i .V ciationg Artcmisia Stall' C-Hg Sagl-lu-ugh grail' Q25 Q35 A 1 it li Ulla. W.A.A.g Hiking lNflanagcr Q25 QSHQ llnqkpy if Vm'SltY ml CUE WVUIWS Frolic Qll KIM XVmnrn's W' T l cc Club 1 ji 3 'Q l ST K. K .V , 4 1 ' ' 0 'conumics u - '. .L .- X 'i lt' S orclsmcnf - BIIRINICII BL XIR A ,lim - -- . -I D if X 'Mary-ID lt'u J- 1 . . 3 I 5, b . V 0llt'll1V Club' S1-nic r '1 ummi c XX 1 ' A ml n S A' 'l A ' i' ' ' ' .A ' cmiii. q'g03'1l31 F . '- .A .n 1 W A 1.101411 n1l.wx1:1'l .,..t.,K.,. Q i ll i.vh-Kaplii A 1.1 1 A A K l '- .S. Nl-ws lllitor . ' '. . .Y - ' "-.Ric t 4' . Q' ' omns ji' V ,. t, . .f. 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L 1 1.1 11 '1 ilk .11 I-1, x '1. :nz 1 I Fi 1:11 V . s 1 , , . 1 1 l L . 1 1 111 l W4 ,Oi T F vt, H Q, 1 W it Ll La - KU ' A 'mi AAL! , 3,-.1 . --15,4-, pgis QQ, ,E , ,, Y A ,,V M ,, ,, 4,,,., , -,.,.--,,-...,,,.. ,,.E..-- 4: I f L - cr F-fs' iff' .i 7--- ,X H. ELWOOD BOERLIN Hawthorne, Nevada ,fix limp Agricullure-Lincoln Hall Association, Aggie Club, lan L11 President Q31, HOmecOming.Day Committee lf O, GRACE BORDEWICH Csi-ssn City, Nsvsau Q fl History-Pi Beta Phi, Basketball Varsity Ql1, Up- ' perclass Committee Q31, Artemisia Staff Q31. Wi ' ARTHUR BREWSTER Santa Fe Springs, California ' lj, Economics and Business Administration-Alpha Tau 1 DY 5 Omega, Block N Society, Frosh Football, Varsity Football Q21 Q31 Q41, Varsity Track Q21 Q31 Q4-1, f Q Interfraternity Council, Vice-President Q4-1, Wolves iwi Frolic R "" 4' THONIAS BROWN Oakland, California ,li 51 Zoology-Phi Sigma Kappa, Omega Mu Iota, Ten- LQ, ms Q31 449. ggi, 1- I1 GERRY BRUMUND Cucamonga, California : 5 Civil Engineering-Lincoln Hall Association, Kappa gapga Psi, A.S:C.E., Secretary and Treasurer Q4-1, A . an . .1 wg GORDON BURNER' Yering:On,Nevadz1 1 Mechavzical Engineering-Alpha Tau Omega, Honor i 5 Q 1 R011 Q31 449, Nu Eta Epsilon, A.S.M.E., Associated 1 ll i Engineers, Track Q11 Q21, Cross Country Q31, Sage- , blgushqigaff Q11 Q21, Artemisia Q41, Clough Scholar- 3' E g l i S iP - 1 i . 3 5 E CLAYTON BYER Reno, Nevada E E Economics-Sigma Phi Sigma, Men's Upperclass 'L , 4 Committee, Wolves Frolic Q11, Desert Wolf, Busi- Qt! ness Manager Q31 Q41, Publications Board, Chairman Q41, News Bureau Q21, Representative W. A. C. C. 3 1 5 GRETCHEN CARDINAL Csfdnsfviiis, Nevada - il , Q History-Delta Delta Delta, Honor Roll Q4-1, Class 5 ' Secretary Q21, Vice-President Q41, Cosmopolitan N li if Cisb, Y.vv.C.A. Csbinss Q31 Q41, ssph Hop csm- fr I, W: mittee, Junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Com- H mittee, Artemisia Q21 Q31 Q41, Sagebrush Q31, Des- I 51 1 ert Wolf Q31 Q41, Delegate to Asilomar I F 51 LOIS CARMAN Reno, Nevada 5 ' 3 English-Gamma Phi Beta, Honor Roll Q11 Q21 55424565 Q31, Delta Alpha Epsilon, Secretary Q31, Cap and ,H Scroll, Phi Kappa Phi, Sagens, President Q41, Sad- ll Sl 5 1 Ni dle and Spurs, Manager Q21, Y.W.C.A., Varsity Bas- g i 3 5, ketball Q21, W. A. A. Executive Committee Q21, 1 P f Women's Varsity Rifle Team Q21, Tennis Q21, Circle 3 5 N, Artemisia Staff Q21, Desert Wolf Staff Q21, 1 'A 5 Sagebrush Staff Q21, Junior Editor Q31, Women's Ed- 5 5 1 i itor 441, Italic N, Soph Hop Committee, "Androcles L Q , and the Lion", Wolves Frolic Q21 Q31 Q4-1, Hill I i A Follies Q31, "Pass in Review? 1 2 4 5 i EUPHEMIA CLARK Reno,Nevad1 T j A English-Kappa Alpha Theta, Honor Roll Q11 Q21 , Q31 Q41, Delta Alpha Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, ji, 1 Gothic N Society, Vice-President Q41, Class Vice- 1 . president Q31, W.A.A., Pan-Hellenic Council, Pres- ilk 14. ident '51 F5 1? Nil 1 P 'N T WALTER CLARK Rsns, Nevada f 1 F 1 55. English-Phi Kappa Phi, Hsssi- Roll 419 429 439 Q4-1, Campus Players, Varsity Basketball Q21 Q31, tsl. Varsity Tennis Q11 Q21 Q31 Q41, Desert Wolf Staff Q11 Q21 Q31, Literary Editor Q41, "The Poor Nut", QVC1 ill "The Racket." ,161 1 DORA CLOVER wssdissa, California l 144' D1 History-Kappa Alpha Theta, Cap and Scroll, Goth- 5 ,lil i ic N, W.A.A., Secretary Q21, Vice-President Q31, iw., llili President Q41, Hockey, Basketball, Baseball, junior ll pid! Prom Committee, Women's Upperclass Committee, Qiilljlig A.W.S. Executive Committee, Sagebrush Q21, A.C. u',4'i1i. gilxffl A.C.W. Western Sectional President iulixhfzls 57 ' 1242.111 . ,,,,. -L J O sly- ii! A .----------s.- -- fai. --s---------- -s'- ---1-A---D----5 A 91.522,-,fi-A f-gf: 1.7711 l.-fat IFC , ll 44 1 lfllfiiii 5 ,,7 ii sr' ,f 'L rf 'f .ls--il' k,.91, l l ll!! -,il llfiilf .L 1 1 1111 li .J 44, . 1 ff. W if 69, .L ,, 1 . , 1 J' 11 1 . t . Q-Ji' 1 rl li 37 . llitff J, .. fr 'i 5 O RTEMISIA bl l'7'l5 sfl V I i i l - 1 .... 'A W-me ve. A El git E aQm""s'-P, , e':1Tii5."' A 1" ,C , 1 V ,. me I Gb is hNQ.g57n4l DORIS CONVVAY Reno, Nevada Pjyghojygy-Kappa Alpha Thetag Cap and Scrolls Class Vice-President C315 Y-VV-C--'ln Cnlllnflr xlzl ffl C455 p:m-HC11gniq Council, Secretary and lreasurer C315 Frosh Bible Committee C313 ,llmifff l'V"m Um" mittcci Sagebrush C21, Society liditor C313 Desert Wolf C419 National Student Council C31 l'l'li Aiilfl' mar Delegate C21 C31- NORMAN J. COUGHLIN Ile-nfi,Ncv:fd:1 Economics-Plii Sigmfl KHPPH3 Class F""llli'll C355 Inter-Fraternity Councilg Wolves Frolic C3l- I JULIA CUMMINGS of1.ngC,c1.1if..mz1. Q 1 1 Hislory-Kappa Alpha Thetag Y. XV. C. .-X. Cabinet C315 W.A.A.3 Hockey Manager C-I-15 Soccer Varsity C313 HockCY Varsity C21 C31, Manager C413 Trans- fer Santa Ana Junior College. PHILIP DAVER San Francisco, California Electrical Engifneerizzg-.-Xlpha Tau Omegag I-'rosh X Footballg Men's Upperclass Committee. ALBERT DAVIS Yerington, Nevada I 1 Civil Engineering- Delta Sigma Lambdag Class Treasurer C21 C315 Blue Keyg .-X.S.C.E., Secretary .I C31, Treasurer C415 Associated Engineers, Treasurer A l' I! -. C415 Sagers, President C415 Frosh Footballg Sopho- .LM more Hop Committeeg junior Prom Committeeg vi Mackay Day Committee C413 Frosh Handbook Com- Lp X 'r mittee C415 Adolphus Leigh Fitzgerald Scholarship gn.. I M JEAN M. DEBERARD Cucamonga, California I 1 Geology--Kappa Kappa Psig Crucible Clubg Band Ci' C31 C41- 1 MAE A. DENEVI 'sp1.fks, N.-ual.. it 75 5 Spanish. ' JOE DEREEMER Roseville, California Mi7Z.l7lg Engineering-Alplia Tau Omegag Cofiin and Keys, President C415 Blue Keyg Sigma Gamma Ep- silon, Treasurer C415 Block N Societyg Class 'l'reas- urer C215 Crucible Clubg Frosh llasketballg Varsity Basketball C21 C31, Captain C414 Frosh I-'ootballg 45. Upperclass Committeeg Inter-Fraternity Council. 1' HARVEY N. DONDERO llawthorne, Nevada 1 English-Sigma Nug Collin and Keysg Blue Keys Publications Board C413 Sagebrush C11 C21 C31, lid- lt0l' C414 Artemisia C215 Italic N5 ".-Xndrocles and I the Lionng "Chester Mysteries"5 Wolves lfrolie C-Ha 1 rf' . . 3 Representative to Pacilic Intercollegiate Press Asso- in . . ciation. l r WILLARD T. DOUGLAS Reno, Nevada i Czwl E'IlgHlL'L'l'flIg1'lJCltil Sigma Lambdag Seabbard i ' and Bladeg Glee Clubg Orchestrag R.O.'l'.C., Na- X Jor . 5- R- DUBRAVAC Mensa, Nt-vial.. r Mflfiflg Gdvlvgy-Phi Sigma Kappag Sigma Gamma EPSll0l15 Sundownersg Crucible Club, E WILLIAM DUMBLIE Tonopali, Nevada Elccfrzcal Evllglmferirlg-Alpha Tau Omegag Sopli Hop Commlttc'-'S .llllllvr Prom Committee. N0 Pirlure. EARNEST Cl-AYS lilv N.-v.i.n !gcCh""'C"C E'HgiN'f'f'fflIg-l,ll1C0lll llall :Xssoeiationg mlm- R011 ill C21 C415 Nu lita lfvsilong Sealwbard . . l ilmi,Bludcl P"L'S"l"llt C-115 Associated linqineersa S UPP0l'ClilSS Committeeg Sagebrush mit Rose -lg 'H Mathews 5Cll0l1ll'Sl1lPi Adolphus Leigh Fitz' " r'rr 8Cl'ald Scholarship. :Q Q g3 fEff41L.,:g.igx.gs:rTt1'' "ir' s--. A - -.1---W 1 i r fi l l S ,. 1 - f- . --.gas .,... up E1 ESSJ 1 3 3 it I I I I Lge fx i I 1 l 11, Sd lil K i J, i"I 5 if i if lli 1 i . f . Z ilfzi fa it ,iii lA .il X- Ji l 0 I X A R T lil 'W ,A JANE EATON Reno, Nevada Home Economics-Home Economics Club, President f3D, W.A.A., Soccer Varsity CZD, Hockey Varsity OJ. , FRED FADER Carlin, Nevada ll," Electrical Engineering-Lincoln Hall Association, J 1 Scabbard and Blade, First Sergeant C4-D, A.I.E.E., ,Qi Associated Engineers, General O. M. Mitchell Wom- an's Relief Corps Scholarship - 5, rl . 5' RUTH M. FISH Reno, Nevada ilgf Bialogy-Glee Club C21 135, Normal Club, Presi- dent C3J, Wolves Frolic T 3, l LEONARD A. FOX . Rene, Nevada Agriculture-Delta Sigma Lambda, Scabbard and - Blade, Captain C4D, Aggie Club, Secretary C4-D, Sage- M, brush Q15 CZD : i l l ATTILIO GENASCI Loyalton, California iii Agriculture-Lambda Chi Alpha, Aggie Club. RAYMOND R. GERMAIN Las Vegas, Nevada I Hiszory-Sigma Phi Sigma, Scabbard and Blade, I Varsity Track CU 13, C4-D, Frosh Football, Military f Ball Committee f,f ROBERT GEYER Read, Nevada Electrical Engineering-Delta Sigma Lambda, Nu ii! Eta Epsilon, Glee Club flj Q25 C3j Q4-J, President in Q 439, A.r.E.E. JOHN F. GILMARTIN Sparks, Nevada , History-Sigma Nu, Coffin and Keys, Sundowners, Block N Society, President Q4-D, Varsity Basketball C21 f3D, Captain C4-D, Varsity Track CID C21 Q35 OU, Frosh Basketball, Manager High School Bas- , - ketball Tournament HD, Wolves Frolic GEORGE E. GRAY Oakland, California Civil Engineering-Lincoln Hall Association, Engi- ' 7 5 neer's Day Committee UU, A.S.C.E., President X L. A ' RAYMOND GRIFFIN Ely, Nevada Clzemistry-Lincoln Hall Association, Chemistry I I Club, Mu Alpha Nu. 1 , I DOROTHY B. GROVER Reno, Nevada History-Beta Sigma Omicron, Glee Club QU CZQ, Manager f3D f4D, Aggie Club, Home Economics Club, W.A.A., "Pass in Reviewv, Wolves Frolic 5,5 C1JC2DC3DC4D- 1, C. W. HAMMOND Oakland, California Metallurgy-Signia Nu, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, lglfdi, Sundowners, Crucible Club, Interfraternity Council, "Qi, Varsity Basketball Q21 f3D, Student Union Commit- l tee le . N0 Picture. PM? alas JACK WARDLE Tonopah, Nevada Uni Eleczrieal Engineerivzg-Lincoln Hall Association, Mu Alpha Nu, A.I.E.E., Associated Engineers. MRS. M. J. WEBSTER Reno, Nevada Economicx-Phi Kappa Phi. ,ff , - Wil, PAULINE WESTOVER Reno, Nevada ill 'ffl Economics. 'f ,Wifi I v GED ?3.,'ff?iiif"ii"' r lLe,g-fi, L54 ara., ff H' """"' W" ""' ' "A ii if. ,Iv 1 I ia-il M ii' HHH Y , lf: - gif, ls L 'a l 5 l A , , ---3 V 'W--H V-PM , vaaiflcf' , f f I-N Cv ll Av H gr. V .I FQ! N--,.- 1 --Z,-1---in Vgfg- -.-ff V gi ,Y-,lhdl Li! .... S A 'M 'M"A' MARY E. HANCOCK ll1'l1'f,Nl"'JJ-I l English-Beta Sigma Omicrung l.k'i,riwriH Rcprwrn- l tativc to A.W.S.flls l'an-llullcnic Cuurrcils Clivllllls I l ' Y.W.C.A.g Worm-n's L'ppurclas5 Cnrnrnitvicvg .-X.XV.S, 1 Constitution llcyisign Cnrnrnillcc, Clrnrrnzin 1-lla ' Sagffbrush Cll C2l f3l f'l'li Iwlif Ni W"fH"'1'f UF' batc Team fll. JOHN M. HARLAN Siluigrlitu, Clalifwrtllic History--Lambda Chi Alphag News liurvinu 133 l-Hg Artcmisia C4-lg Transfer, Nlarin .Iuniur Cwllcgc. l MARGARET GOTTARDI ll.-KRT Sp:-rl-1:.NCN-1-lvl V Spanish and I'1l'l'IIL'fliBCl1l Sigma Ornicmng llurwr R011 QZJ f3l3 Dulta Alpha Epsilung Ulm: Cluh lfls Volley B311 Cllr Soccer lil 429s "'lW'-flffll Nwl1f"s Wolves Fr0liC ill- CECELIA HANVKINS RCHH. Nfl-lid-I English and Spanish-Carmna Phi living llwrwr Rull Cll CD Hflg Delta Alpha Epsilung Phi liappa N Phig Y.W.C.A.g lfVunn-n's ljppsrclziss Cummillccg Sagebrush Cll, Litcrary Etlitur fflg :Urn E. Chem-y Scholarship f L Il ' l ' in ELLEN PRINCE lrl.-XXVKINS Ren--, Ncmtlgi fnc English-Pi Beta Phig Sagcns, PERRY VV. HAYDEN Rf.-nu, NL-x.1ti.u N BILTAII-L'.Y.Y f1dwir1f.ffra.'fnl1 um! l1'.'umn:f.'51lJcll.t Sig' ma Lamhdag llunur Roll 4-ll. ll " FRANCIS H EADLEY Rvrw, Xcxatla A I il Electrical Engirzvuring-llunur R1-ll ill Ulla Plli 1 Kappa Phig Nu Eta lipsilung A. I. I-I. E., Prcsitlvnl l C4-lg Associatcd linginvcrs. ,lag ll, JAMES R. HENRICHS Rum, Xt-y,itl.i ' " Bolany-Glcv: Club Ill Qll lll Q-lflq Caxnpus Play- ,N '. CVSS Chairman Senior Picnic L'llIlllI1lUl'l'3 Sagvhrusli fll3 u'lil1L'.R2lCliL'lUQ XVulx'vs l-'rnlic Qll ill lll 1-ll. E V El WILLlAM llliRlll'IR'l' San l"r'.uicist'u, C.ili!'urnia 7 Eugllxh-lllm' Key, Sccr'ct:nr'y Q-llg lluhlicatimms v' Board C435 S:lgk'l1l'llSll Ul l-lla .-Xrtvxnisia 1-lla Drs- I Crt Wolf Ol Q-l-l, lialitur QU, l l"RAINlCliS llll.llORN sr.a5r...,tunf...-na.. .Z ElIg'll.YlIilJL'lfIl llvlta lh-Itag Lampug lllayrrsg Class xl ScC"Cti"'l' Ula Ulm' Cluh Qll lll lllg Snph llaskvt- l 51111 Sllllillli Svlliwr llall Cummitlvcg .'Xrtvniisi.n ill ' X A will lhisllrl W1-H' llla "ll.mntvtl llmismua "IS i Lat Song "Pass in Rcvivwf' VARNONI llIRS'l' i-ilk.-, Nt-x.ntl.i lfr'-flflrfl1rul-Sigma Alpha lipsilnng Onwga Nlu lfllili Class llrusidcul Q-ll. .IQIHN M. HXOUUII Na.i...it, c..1sf..i-ii... ' ""'f"'l"l If".Uf'lf'f"'l'Ifg--l.im'uln llall .4Xssuci.iliom .,..m.W., fl-I-12-l'--, Vm'-Chairman Q-llg .-Xsgu,-iarr-.i I-jngim-vi' 5 . 1-, QD A at it E -K -:lea .. --'-A-A '-f- Q 1t-p M -,.f -QWA 1- fAAv-QQ--Ai -A - awtma. Z. I C 17'--M .9 XJ-.LCN ...X -..- H0 3 193i ...,..., fab, - 't . I RTEMISIA -!--- - -4- --Zwg:5 WILLIAM HOWARD Carlin, Nevada History--Lambda Chi Alpha, Transfer from Idaho. JEAN E. HUGHES , Reno, Nevada French-Delta Delta Delta, Honor Roll C15, Delta Alpha Epsilon, Cap and Scroll, A.S.U.N. Vice-Pres- ident C45, A. W. S. President C4-5, Class Secretary C35, Frosh Glee Committee, Soph Hop Committee, Junior Jump Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Wolves Frolic MARVIN B. HUMPHREY Reno, Nevada Agricullure-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Aggie Club, Glee Club C15 C25 HELEN JENKINS Reno, Nevada Spanish. ANNA JENSEN Reno, Nevada Spanish-Beta Sigma Omicron, Y. W. C. A. C25, W. A. A. DOROTHY E. JOHNS Sparks, Nevada French--Delta Delta Delta, Campus Players, Class Vice-President C15, Glee Club C15, Treasurer C25, Y. W. C. A., Home Economics Club, A. W. S. Execu- tive Committee Cl5, Sagebrush Cl5 C25, "The Whole Town's Talking", "The Racketn, Wolves Frolic WALTER JOHNSON Elko, Nevada Economics-Alpha Tau Omega, Class President C15, Frosh Basketball, Goof Basketball C25 C35, Sopho- more Hop Committee, Junior Prom Committee, Wolves Frolic ELIZABETH JOHNSTONE Reno, Nevada English and Modern Languages-Gzlnlnla Phi Beta, Phi Kappa Phi, Honor Roll C25 C35 C45, Cap and Scroll, Delta Alpha Epsilon, Class Secretary C45, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet C25 C35, President C45, Glee Club C15, Business Manager C25 C355 'Artemisia C35, Sagebrush C25 C35, Italic N, Wolves Frolic Cl5 C25 C45, "Pass in Review", Regents Scholarship C35, Alice G. Clark Scholarship C4-5, President State Conference Junior Women,s Clubs CLARENCE K. JONES Reno, Nevada Electrical Engineering-A. I. E. E., Associated Engi- neers, Varsity Track C25 C35, Chairman Get Togeth- er Dance . MARIAN JONES Reno, Nevada Englixh-Beta Sigma Omicron, W.A.A., Y.W.C.A., Home Economics Club, Glee Club C15 C4-5, Rifle Team, Basketball, Tennis, Sagebrush C4-5, Wolves Frolic C25 C45, Spring Festival PETE KETELSON Reno, Nevada Economics-Alpha Tau Omega, Block N. Society, Varsity Track C15 C25 FLORENCE KILGORE Battle Mountain, Nevada English-Beta Delta, Transfer from Loretta Col- lege, Colorado. i 34:75:51 "" '11 '..' :ig W ' C32 l 9 3 4 RTEMISIA A I 5 it --...A '-' -,,,,,,:, .V ef L41 --f gy? ' " ' ' X, -"ZIQ7 VA.. . awp f . 1: .. r-?'?H"'ipi?i FF -4 3+?f4IL'f D E iqQ3e..,Am 'LLfm.,, A r " - A lui F' CARLETON L, KING Allizunhra, California ,J l Civil E'llgi!lKL'l'iIlg'-'Llll11l'5Llll Chi Alpliag ,-X.S.C.lQ. LUCIE KING Milford, California l I 'll if il ii l' l - l French ami SPt1'lLfSl1'-LZZIIUIDZI Phi lietag Clue Cluh f3j5 Pan-Hellenic Council H-jg VV..-X.A.3 Sa-ltlle and Spurs C4j5 Sagebrush, junior liditor f3l f-lla Arre- misia UD, junior Editor H-jg Secretary State Con- ference Junior Women's Clubsg A.VV.S. Point System Chairman Gig Transfer, Lassen junior College. DONALD KNAPP Sun Dicgo, Calitornii Electrical Engineerizzg-lleta Kappag .-'-..l.Ii.li.g Asso- ciated Engineers. I ' GEORGE LADD iqf,ie,m.,, intimal. Mecharzical Engineering-Lincoln Hall .-Xssocialiong A.S.M.E., President 449. HOWARD LAMBART San Francisco, California Mechavzical Ezzgizzlet-ring-Lincoln Hall .-Xssociationg 5 5 A.S.M.E. g ORA JANE LEE Kziolin, Xevatla i Home Economic:-Beta Deltag XV..-X..-Lg Home Ecu- nomics Clubg Manzanita Hall .-Xssociationg Y. XV. : 2 D: C: A.3 Aggie Club, Secretary H-D3 Vollev Ballg Rifle iw Teamg Tennis. 'Q BILL A. LIGON R.-na, xt-wa.. 1 . Mecharzical Engineering- Sigma Alpha lipsilona ' Collin and Keys5 Blue Keyg Block N Society, Secre- tary-Treasurer UD, President C-H5 Nu Eta Epsilunq Class President C4-D5 A.S.M.E.g Associated Engineers, Pvesident K4-Q5 Varsity Track ill Q23 UM llonie- coming Day Committee Q-l-D3 Football Coaclies Corn- mittee Q-H5 Constitution Revision Connnittcc H-l. MARJORIE L1ooN Rt-nu, N.-mit. , History-Delta Delta Deltag Class Vice-l'resident 5 f Y-VV-C-A-3 Artemisia Q25 Gig XVolx'cs lfrolic i NATALIE LIPMAN llurlingzune, Californian Zoology-Delta Delta Deltag Omega Mu lotag Cos- ., m0P01llfUU Clllb, Sccvrctary-'I'rv:asurer QU Q-Hg Pan- . Heuelllfcouncll Ui fills junior Prom LH-ininitteva I Affcmlsm Q39 44,3 Dvsvrt NVoll' Kflz Sagehrusli K Zi QZD5 News Bureau fl .i v 15 - HARRY LIPPARELL1 Elks, Nt-mtl.: 1 EC07I'0lII-lCXtSlgI11Zl Alpha Epsilong llluv Kcyg Honor l Ei Roll C355 Mackay Day Cuininittvc Q-Hg Sagchrnsli i A - fzii WKPIVCS Frolic OJ, Cliairinan Q-ll. YN l ALVIN LONIBARDI Reno, Ncxatla gi il : Ssycfmlogy-Sigina Alpha lipsilong Collin 41.1.1 K,-yg, i NlCSldCI1t QH3. Men's Represvnlatixze lu l:iH,ll1Cl Control Commltt'-'ci lilncli N SuCit'IVg lilllk' Rl'Y3 X Xfgfltyllizisketlizill Q35 1453 yfmsity flhmis rn U5 4 i QHIIFINSIII Student Union Building Cnininittee flliiiotbnll Mim:'gf'l' Q-ii: Geiiviwll .-Xtlih-tic Nan- l l KFILITH ,LUCAS lfallon, Nex':nl.i Dil' . ,N I KIIIIIIIUKUQ hzigolwugll Ui rjj tty . ,..., W.. U--fmt cu czi nu. -' V '-J" l 33 9 ' E3 -:Ibm fmmQg1:'fea...:....:1,fLe.,feqff .- A .-.. ........... - . . ..... f' .... . ef r'l!B:mff PM---19-fs-.. .Q ..,. L .-...,,,A,5 "f'-'-Qegsgggt-,. 'i?""' " N-f'-gy' f-- . H2 1 9 3 1 A RTEMISI A ig +4 EVELYN M. MADSEN Reno, Nevada History-W.A.A. DESERT ROSE MAHANA Calexico, California Spanish-Delta Delta Delta, Representative to Pub- lications Board C4D, A. S. U. N. Assistant Secretary C2D, Class Vice-President CZD, Y.W.C.A., W.A.A., Women's Upperclass Committee, Student Union Building Committee C4D, Soph Hop Committee, Buy-a-Brick Committee, Artemisia CID, Circulation Manager CZD C3D C4D, Sagebrush CID CZD C3D, So- ciety Editor C4-D, Italic N, Wolves Frolic C3D C4-D, Spring Festival CID, "He Who Gets Slappedv, Ar- temisia Beauty Queen CID, '49 Whiskerino Queen CSD. RICHMOND MANN Eureka, Nevada Englislz and French-Cap and Scroll, Secretary-Treas- urer C4D, Delta Alpha Epsilon, Secretary C3D, A.W.S. Historian C4D, iManzanita Hall Association, Secretary CZD, Vice-President C3D, President C4D, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C4-D, Rachel Rand Scholarship ETHEL MARASKA Westwood, California Spanish-Pi Beta, Phi, Girls Rifle Team CZD, Arte- misia Staff LEE S. MARTIN Wells, Nevada Foreign Languages-Sigma Phi Sigma, Band CZD C3D, Glee Club CZD C3D, Orchestra CID, 'Chemistry Club, Varsity Track CID C2D I WESLEY MARTIN Reno, Nevada Agriculture-Beta Kappa, Aggie Club. MARGUERITE MCNEIL Sparks, Nevada English. ROBERT EDWARD LEE MERRITT San Francisco, California Pre-Medical-Oniega Mu Iota, Sundowners, Secre- tary CZD, Frosh Football. EDWIN B. MICHAL .Round Mountain, Nevada Mechanical Engineering--Lincoln' Hall Association, A.S.M.E. President C4D, Associated Engineers. MARY GOULD MORRILL Reno, Nevada French-Alpha Chi Omega, Transfer from Univer- sity of Nebraska. EDIVIUND A. MUTH Goldiielcl, Nevada Minivzg Engineering--Sigma Phi Sigma, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Crucible Club. WILLIAM J. NORTON Reno, Nevada Political Science-Sigma Phi Sigma, Clionia, Sage- brush CID, Desert Wolf CID CZD C3D K 3? 'Ii-::T:Ti:1T.4g'g1.f 1931 42 , gy-' 5-3 "g b ii. R S I i l 1 1 5 i i Q 'i YK 35 .ii Z Ei! i r i i H. i rg rl by Ll 5 I ir RTEMISIA Y I li, yi V" iz? W up 3 2 5 1 r 2 HARDY ODELL Los Angeles, California Mf7li7lg Evzgincerivzg--Sigma Alpha Epsilon5 Crucible Club, Associated Engineers5 Sigma Gamma Epsi'lon5 Sagebrush C21 C315 Transfer from Stanford Lniver- sity ELLEN OLSON Rena, Nmdf' Home Economics-Delta Delta Delta5 Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet C415 Aggie Club, SCCVCUWY C21, Vice-1'fCSr dent C315 Home Economics Clubs VV-A-A-i EXUCU' tive Committee C415 Archery C11 C21 C315 MUNIISUV C415 Rifle Team C315 Girl Reserve Advisor C41. RUTH M. OPPEDYK Las Vegas, Nevada Bola1Ly-Manzanita Hall Association, Treasurer C415 W.A.A.5 Y.W.C.A.5 Basketball C11 C215 Rifle Team Cl15 Soccer NEVVTON WINFORD PARKE Mare Island, California P1'e-,Medical-Lincoln Hall Association5 Omega Mu Iota5 Cosmopolitan Club5 Transfer, University of California. IRMA A. PARKER Sparks, Nevada History-Gothic N Society5 Rifle Varsity C31 C415 Varsity Hockey C315 Varsity Soccer C315 NVolf Swordsman C21 C31 C415 Assistant Swimming In- structor C21 C31 C415 W.A. A. Executive Committee C31 C415 Nevada Swimming Club C21 C41, President C315 Sagebrush LORAN PEASE Oakland, California English-Sigrna Nu5 Blue Key5 Clioniag Band C11 C215 Glee Club C11 C21 C315 Constitution Committee C415 "The Old Soak"5 4'After Dark"5 .-X. S. C. N. Song Leader GWENDOLYN Home Economics-Delta Delta Delta5 Cap and Scroll, President C415 Mask and Dagger, Vice-President C415 A. W. S. Song Leader C315 Y. YV. C. A. Cabinet C21 C31 C415 Freshman Advisor C21 C31 C-I-15 Home Economics Club5 Cosmopolitan Club5 XVomen's Up- perclass Committee C415 Campus Players5 XVolves Frolic C21 C315 "Anna Christie"5 "Liliom"5 "XVhole PIERSON Reno, Nevada Town's Talking',5 "Enchanted Cottage"5 "Ice- bound"5 Folsom Scholarship WILLIS R. PRESSELL Reno, Nevada Electrical E7Zgi'll88ff'IlgTKIlPP1l Lambda5 Campus Players5 Clionia5 A..l.E.E.5 "Bunker Bean"5 "Come Out of the Kitchenf' R- PRINCE Oakland California Mznzng Enginecrifzzg-Honor Roll C31, C415 Phi Kappa Ph15 Sigma Gamma Epsilon5 Nu Eta Epsilon5 pi.. I 'J I I i l Li gf fi wi if i fl 1 1 ll.- .i., rt '1 K 5 A, . - I 5 , 4 z 4 A .r T194 ggi, Se ,, 12 , i i , . : I M i iii 1 4 I i 'v 5 i ,1f"""-if C . ...W 1 A 1 se s oail L "" 2' E l l ii il li 5 r I i I l I r I i Crucible Club5 Kappa Kappa npgi. 3 MARGARET PURDY Sparks, Nevada I ' E Home Ecovwmics-Beta Sigma Omicron5 Aggie Clulx5 Home Economics Club, President C415 Chemistry 'Cr ., C1ub5 Pan-Hellenic Council, Secretary C415 Y. NV. f ii , C. A.5 Homecoming Day Committee C415 Mackay A . Dfly COIUITIIUCC C415 Artemisia C41. EDVVARD L- RANDALL Reno, Nevada Cbemf-'W3'-H0nor Roll C415 Sigma Sigma Kappa5 Chemistry Club, Treasurer C3j, Viu.,p,.C.S5dl.,,t Hy, 2 Frosh Basketball5 Varsity Track C11 C21 C31 C41, f LOUISE RAWSON Reno, Nevada N H0Cfl7lQV?Cri-lllllllil Phi Beta5 Delta Alpha, lfjpsilom E PfU1fHCllcn1c Council C415 Sagebrush Cl1 C21. C Junior Editor C315 Italic N, W ' I NvPier1m'. 5 LRANIS -l"IiqW151SS Kimberly, Idaho 1 El!llCdfl0IlLIl'ill1Sli0l' University of Idaho, - I . Y ...J 5 LQ ' A-ws A"' ""53iW""'"A""""' '-5- 'H'---Ref - .s... f' 1 " -sv If- .L .. , V..--163:41-.2-vw5,.,, igffif ,.., ,, ml iii I E1 . GW QTQ CQ-35h - on 1931 A Wi I I 1 R T E MI S IA Efsi '14 -- Qos- LESTENNA REGAN Petaluma, California History-Pi Omega Phi, Manzanita Hall Associa- tion, Transfer from California DELBERT REY Reno, Nevada Economics-Phi Sigma Kappa, Class President MARION RICHARDS McGill, Nevada Business Administration-Lincoln Hall Association, Scabbard and Blade, Treasurer C41, Frosh Football, Rifle Team Cl1 C21 JOSEPH HENRY ROBINSON Reno, Nevada Economics-Clionia, Tennis C31 C41, Debate C11. LEOTA C. ROBY Reno, Nevada German-Glee Club C4-1, Boys' Glee Accompanist C4-1, Wolves Frolic C41, Transfer from University of Nebraska. FRED W. ROUMAGE Auburn, California Mininfg and Geology--Sima Alpha Epsilon, Trans- fer from St. lVIary's College. FLORENCE M. SHEDD Reno, Nevada Home Economics--Beta Sigma Omicron, Home Eco- nomics Club, Aggie Club, Chemistry Club, Glee Club C21 C31, President -C41, Omega Mu Iota, "Pass in Review", Wolves Frolic C31 J. HOWARD SHEERIN Tonopah, Nevada English-Alpha Tau Omega, Mask and Dagger, Publications Board C41, Campus Players, Clionia, Sagebrush C11 C21, Assistant Editor C31, Night Ed- itor C41, Italic'N, '4Haunted House", "Man 'Who Married the Dumb Wifen, "Liliom", "He Who Gets Slappedf' LELAND A. SIDWELL Los Angeles, California Economics-Beta Kappa, Blue Key, Junior Repre- sentative to Executive Committee, Campus Players, Frosh Football, Frosh Track, soph Hop Committee, junior Prom Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Frosh Handbook Committee C21, Assistant Director Campus Players C31 C41, Wolves Frolic Cl1 C21 C31 C41- MERLE SMART Fallon, Nevada Electrical Engineering--Beta Kappa, A.I.E.E., Asso- ciated Engineers, Boxing C41, Transfer from San Mateo junior College. FRANCIS R. SMITH Reno, Nevada Electrical Evzgineerivzg-Alpha Tau Omega, Blue Key, Treasurer C41, Coffin and Keys, Treasurer C41, Nu Eta Epsilon, Class Treasurer C31, Associated En- gineers, Vice-President C4-1, A.I.E.E., Junior Jump Committee C31, Senior Ball Committee C31, Senior Get Together Dance Committee C41, Chairman Frosh' Handbook Committee C315 Constitution Re- vision Committee C41, Artemisia C11 C21 C31, Ed- itor C41, Publications Board FRED SMITH Sparks, Nevada Chemistry-Chemistry Club, Sigma Sigma Kappa, Frosh Basketball, Track C11 C21 No Picture. GERALD REDDY Sparks, Nevada Econowzicx and Bz1.vinc.v.v Arizfzinislralion. 4133 ,.-a,:::iL15LT" 193 45 1 4 l l l l i i i i I 7 QDZQ I - 5 RTEMISIA Qjzf fir' I l I XJ' , '-1 N ' 'FV' ' FARALIE SMITl'lSON Ely, Nevada Hi,-po,-y, English4Pi Beta Phi, Ilonor Roll Cl1 C21 C31 C415 Phi Kappa Phi5 Cap and Scroll5 Delta Alpha Epsilon, President C415 Glee Club C11 C-21, Secretary-Treasurer C315 A.W.S. Secretary-Treasurer C215 Sagebrush C11 C215 Wolves Frolic C21 C319 C 1, 'Androcles and the Lion. MRS. ANN THACKER STEWART sparks, Nev-aa.. Che1ni.vfrv-Pi Beta Phi5 Class Vice-President C415 Chemistrif Club5 Senior Ball Committee C419 5'1Ph Hop Committee FRANK S. STEWART Mare Island, California Pre-Medical-Phi Sigma Kappa5 Omega Mu Iota, Vice-President C415 Chemistry Clubg Frosh Football, Frosh Basketball, Rifle Team C215 Ilqcnnls C31 C415 Frosh Glee Committee. GEORGE STOCKLE Mountain View, California CiUi!E7lgi7L6Efi1lglBCfH Kappa5 A-S-C-E. LUCILE STONE Sparks, Nevada Home Economics, Spanish-Home Economics Club5 Glee Club, Vice-President C415 Class Basketball C215 Artemisia MARGARET SULLIVAN Reno, Nevada Home Economics-Beta Sigma Omicron5 Aggie Club, W.A.A.5 Home Economics Club5 Clioniag Glee Club C11 C21 C315 Chemistry Club5 Normal Club, NVo1ves Frolic C415 "Pass in Review." STANLEY SUNDEEN Reno, Nevada Electrical Engineering-Delta Sigma Lambda, Mask and Dagger, Blue Key5 Campus Players, Treasurer C315 General Nlanager C415 Associated Engineers, Secretary-Treasurer C315 Glee Club C215 NVolves Frolic- Cl1 C21 C315 "The Poor Nut"5 "After Dark." DORIS MCLERAN THOMPSON Reno, Nevada Home Economics-Pi Beta Phi5 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C21 C31 C415 Womcn's Glee Club C11 C21 C31, Pres- ident C415 Home Economics Clubg YVolves Frolic C31 C415 "Pass in Review." JACK THURSTON Reno, Nevada Chemistry-Phi Kappa Phi, Honor Roll C31 C415 Sigma Sigma Kappa5 Chemistry Club, President C-l-1. CLARA CORNELL TOMLIN Thorne, Nevada English-Manzanita Hall Association5 Cap and Sc1'oll5 Gothic N Society5 Clioniag Campus Players, Secretary C315 Vice-President C415 A.W.S. Secretary- Treasurer C315 Ag. S. U. N. Historian C415 A. XV. S. Song Leader C21 C415 W. tive Committee C315 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet C21 C31 C41siG1ee ciub C115 W. A. A. spar-is C11 C21 C31 C413 W01f Swordsman C215 Swimming Club C21 C315 A. C. A. C. W. Committee C415 YVomen's Up- perclass Committee5 State High School Forensic Com- mittee C41s Editor and Manager W.A.A. Handbook C475 1fH1i9Ns Desert Wolf qu, sag.-ii.-..Sii in C21, Elumol' Edltol' C3151 Robert Lewers Scholarship C115 'He VVho Gets Slapped"5 "The Old Soak"5 "An- 'gggclgband the Li011"s "Li1i0m"5 Wolves lfrolic C11 A.A., Treasurer C31, Execu- EEIH' TUCKEIS u Sparks, Nevada 'ecnlwl E7lgI'7lC8I'l'IlgiliCtZl Kappag A.I.li.lf., Secre- my-T1'CHSl'1'01' C415 Frosh Football5 Varsitv Fooiball C215 MCIVS Upperclass Committee i VVILLARD V. VAN DOREN, jk.. M, , i . Burlingame, California RCITWEY3 E"K1'1U0I'lHg-Lambda Chi Alphaq llonor -1.5 KHPPIL Kappa Psi, Treasurer C415 Class silgistiilel Cil1i.Li-oss Country, gig-,,,,, g,,,,,,,m Ep, .1 'Cul rcsldcllt C413 'l'ransfer from San Mateo Junior College. zifhfgf lili -sa v E il X i 'ii Lil ill? -I :fl .1 11 I l fi i if fb if' 5,6 if .sb lf get ig: Qi 5-ig Lil l': 4 fl. if .il Ely L . -- . L - , Zbv or 1 9 3 1 5:1 A G1 W1 iii if Sa 'nw Qi sl H 1 i 1 1 If ,V i J F 1 -as ,fl RTEMISIA 1 444- EVE, Z 1 GEORGE LELAND VARGAS Winnemucca,Nevada Economics-Alpha Tau Omega5 Honor Roll C115 Nu Phi Nu, President C315 Class President C415 Men,s Glee Club C115 Track C11 C215 Cross Country C215 Frosh Glee Committee5 Soph Hop Committee5 Senior Ball Committee5 Senior Picnic Committee5 Campus Players, President C415 'Mask and Dagger, Secretary-Treasurer C415 Senior Class Play5 "The Chester Mysteries"5 "The Bad ManH5 "After Dark"5 "The Old Soak"5 "The Haunted House"5 "Androcles and the Lion"5 Wolves Frolic C11 C21 C31 C415 Nevada Bar Association Scholarship JACK T. WALTHER Reno, Nevada Business Administration-Alpha Tau Omega5 Coffin and Keys5 Blue Key5 Block N Society5 Student Body President C415 Class President C115 Varsity Football C11 C21 C31 C415 Student President Convention C315 "He--links" C315 Traditions Revision C315 Coach Se- lection Committee WILLARD WEAVER Whittier, California Physical Education-Sigma Nu5 Block N Society5 Varsity Football C415 Varsity Basketball C415 Fresh- man Football Coach HELEN WEBB Berkeley, California Home Economics-Pi Beta Phi5 Home Economics Club5 Pan-Hellenic Council C415 Soph Hop Commit- tee5 Mackay Day Committee C415 Wolves Frolic C115 Artemisia Staff C21 C415 Sagebrush C11 FLORA WEED Reno, Nevada French-Phi Kappa Phi. VVILLIAM WEEDEN Menlo Park, California Economics and Business Administration-Alpha Tau Omega5 Class President C115 Frosh Glee Committee5 Wolves Frolic C11 G. A. WESSITCH Reno, Nevada Animal Husbandry-Lincoln Hall Association5 Square and Compass5 Aggie Club, U. of N. Stock Judging Team WILLIAM WALLACE WHITE McGill, Nevada Mining and Metallurgy-Lambda Chi Alpha5 Sigma Gamma Epsilon5 Sundowners, President C415 Inter- fraternity Council, President C415 Crucible Club5 Associated Engineers. WALTER C. WILSON . Reno, Nevada Economics-Sigma Phi Sigma5 Mackay Day Commit- tee Cl1 C21 C31, Chairman C415 Track C21 C31 C415 C1'oss Country C11 C21 C315 junior Prom Committee5 Vigilance Committee C215 "Androcles and the Lion!! CLAUDE V. WINDER Fallon, Nevada Chemistry and Zoology-Lincoln Hall Association5 Phi Kappa Phi5 Honor Roll C11 C21 C31 C411 Sigma Sigma Kappa5 Omega Mu Iota, President C415 Kap- pa Kappa Psi, Secretary C415 Chemistry Club, Secre- tary C315 Lewers Scholarship C11, Lewis D. Folsom Scholarship C315 Ella S. Stubbs Scholarship C415 Nev- ada Candidate, Rhodes Scholarship C415 Band C11 C21 C31 C41- GLADYS WITTENBERG Tonopah, Nevada English-Gamma Phi Beta5 Class Secretary C11 C415 Saddle and Spurs C11 C215 W. A. A. Rifle Team C21 C315 Student Union Building Committee C415 Desert Wolf WILLIAM R. WOODBURN Reno, Nevada Nu Phi Nu5 Class President C315 Chairman Home- coming Day Committee C415 Debate C11 C31 C415 Sagebrush- C11 '- eiiiiiligfgfji 193 4 I I I i I ,I 1. 1 I I , I Y I I I . I I - U I ' q - . , Wan- ..w-- 1 ' ' -- .ef 5.-3 ' 1 " W' ' .- ' ' f II I gg-, 1, g...,g1'i., .- gemwfq.. 4133 Q- ' ' ..,f"'ag , ' ' " - 1 " f' T .VA . - -- ' 2 , 1 I., . I ' ' P- -5 my , , - X 3 Q, ,I I I -5 ' ff ' I .N 1 I Nw f x if ,f fa MV ' 1 ' ' I I l I I ' , I I I sv ' 'eff , I -' I v I I I - S -' I I I f I. ' I , I 4 - I- 'f ' Z 1 I I I , I I4 1 I '-'L 5 E ' . . C M1152-'I fi .S ' 'T MQ 'I 'XI 1 SX 5 71- " wi? I' 3 I I M.. . Q , sw 1 5' - ' AN. WV,-ff , 13' I 2' 1 ' 5 2 I' I I ' 2 I ' I I A I 5' : I5 I If - I f ' ,. ,f I I ., X. 2 ,,V, ,I Q A ,I I I ,.x ' . 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Y 1 flulx M yi V15 .rl Wi fini Maurinc Stromer Albert Sutherland Harold Taber Bruce Thompson Charles Thompson 1 f i iffy Maxwell Thompson Leslie Tomley Dan Trevitt Fred Trevitt Benton Turner T l l Edward Usnick Mae Vuich Inez NValker lylargaret VValts Cy Wainwright 1 l Teddy Wehb Fred VVeeks Doris Welsh Fritz Wilson john VVinters ' N' il l ,ffl Fern Wittwer Archie Wood Amy Yarrington Bernard York jean Zuick Il l I I Av! 1 l if gd a 1'f.4,4l - i' '..f .' 'sl l l 1 1, F ,X dwf Y L A. , 1 r ,f vi F77 l l if 'F fc,-H fr-:H if Q'L,..f,. fl?Q ..Q. ,, ... f',,,fj f A F Qi' .Q f, f ., 7-F'.-,,,-.. 475: T Nfffhff' 'K L ,gl i l"?7'l l 'Ki ff' , '---117 'J lffgfil ti e, A 1 .- 1:1 1 F' 1.ffs3s1:1L?g11f15f3 6 'FTF 1- E fi l 24' "-rg, I Y1:'. Z L55 T --it., - aQ am-wh Y IE t Ynffiwl ,ir if e '- if ,,,....-- 'Q President President Secretary lqreasurer President -President Secretary rezzsu rer 5 Lvv --i A t I V ef If wif M af Q: F : 1, fi 5 wi . 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Virginia 'Wheeler - - - Secretary aid il iz ' Edgar Glson ---------- - Treasurer i I 1 E OFFICERS SPRING SEMESTER 'Q I Robert Marean ------------ President ' Hazel Davis - A - Vice-President l i Frances Smith - - - Secretary f f A Bruce Gould ------- - Treasurer yu i FROSH GLEE coMM1FrEE ADEQ in 5 Gene Salet, Chairman it QV: A U Mary McCulloch Holyce Scruggs Roctor Furhman George Ziegler 1 i L j 4 Jean Mclntyfre Qscar Robinson George Hunter Frances Smith 3 g i Harold West Margaret McClymont Charles Koerner Qi L li i i 5 if 3 it f 4 li 'S ' i Q, lil! . Em ?t ' ig lg? i E yi li gif 5-H -iq il ll il : i 0 U i Olson Wheeler McIntyre Davis Smith Gould i .I I Z Q 4 ag 6 . f Y. 1931 E571 I s r l r . X S 1 i r K i Y I l Z l Y 1 1 ! w Y 32-1"w'f-'- I 7 V 4 N I 5. fil ,lf , 4 Nj l 55224 f l A f Kashi? sa, 'Q 425303 Je if z - 1 -1 V I V r Q! 4. , ' ' ' .,,,, . A ':l':-, V ' .1 .- , -, - 'uf ms- wlruzrrrrfewwluw , In i 'rf .eb 3:g':- ' , 4: 4-:f f, b . -v - - ,Y ' J 'I' .2 A A Y-th. E 'iiflhisar - jggnfgpfffil Iilifii gf Qglfxff n' 41' .5 . ng Es .- 3 fy' f " . ll . .- K A1 , - 2' he 251, . - THE STADIUM gas lgi 7 1 ' A 'i tjilj "f N s f 'zu g 1 Uri There is the lane where hnrning sn-ns have seen 1 , w . , 5 'lf' Nevada hopes flash down the rihbonezl zany, i ! . 1 lv! Where we have sung lrinmphanl in the day X i . l r "E, When lfzetory granled ns the laurel green. , f ?ff D And there are olher lan-es where slrenglh has gone , Q ffl Q' .. i PC . . . vs' P' f . - - Wzih a triumphant banner Io lhe fviml, 5 ig, A , H, I And other slrivingsr 'where onr hopes feerr pinnnl, lx' f' , A , , l A 4355, ,LN f ' '. Ufhere we had need of falfh in lhe sonl's l1rm'c'n. , Emmy, . .- ' ?,5n'g'5' A -' mf Znfflyfl ' l. g As songs have 'domed from pas! lhese pillars feliilr, ' 1 " . . . - ' 'H ' " In praise or consolation for lhe slrije, , W' 1 ' . , g I I, As the grand ehorns made the hula' glo-ze larighi, I X lf' 4- ' , ,- gg.. 4 So shall our singing echo info life, ' 31'l,.. 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' sl' ' I ffzrdi- 'ill 5 'f- HE colorful turning ul' the xtilsnllx has lclil with us all some pictures never tn lic forgot- ten-a high punt spinning :igziinst the hlue sl-153 11 seething crowd below the eolonnmleg xi WlliIc-sllifI- ed figure frozen in center court watching the hall Swish through the hoopg lean, tzuineil legs in sillewy strides along the einclersg :i hzilzineeil figure :it the top of a swaying poleg the flash of rziequets in the afternoon sunlightg hunehecl hawks swzryirig umier a center lightg a runner sliding into lust' uutler at cloud of clustg these and mzini' others, In he rernein- bered when scores have heen forgotten. l For some of us there are other ilie'Il1oi'ieve tense l moments in the dressing roorng the strziin nl' the crucial moment of plziyg the suutliillg relzixsition nl. p the steamy shower roomg tzilk with friemls in the i cool evening, when the gzune has heen played. i But lose or win, watch or play, we were all aware of one great thing, nizn' it never tliei- -the fighting, sportsman's spirit of the XVolf Psiek' +... ,g:af'fQ:f-f'-'Y "f s -f .-. . l l l I l i l l l l . ::z.41T" .-ii 1 D- 1 I' ni ' fi 7 '. ,-i Z J .- . , v 1 1 I '-3' 'a F 1 5 1 . 1 f f. l c - ,A -. -. i 5' 1..i. , v 1 n i ig- -Q .4 ..- 'ff -K r. ,.- vu 4 :Z ily- :il-:sr - hh . : 'v:. ieqiiguu Y 1 W I it L1 ,E 4. ifluff H. X. v-. -. 1' Q , . L F3 fi -'ff 'if A RQ -' il X 1.1, if U .1-11 V'..-,,- V Q 4 .fA, .Qif i . if JE VI ,,, h 1 - . 'Y' 7 M122 L4 ' -? E' .!. - -A 1 . . fJ ,rv-J? l .- 5 7 1 .1 . I ,Vx -I. .,.t,: ' r ff 1 L Vl 'si ' '444 ' , . ' A iii' ' fvlmmal-Pan .Q . ' 3 ' i'jL-F- -.Q-fl, 7 ,fl ffiri 1 i n gi l km .ulffgfg , N' - I, I- 5- . 4 ,A TH LET 1 C s , f , f ' fF.2f-fff-l,fL.f:'1f.iLi.ifi'-:'ffi'. "'- . AV.Q" "" Tl3rL'ri-2'."2'plff .Q'. -1'6l'5lf,mi:'r11?.J' 'I' " -.. i': - HI -e , E ,.. .,,,.,, V125 P i . i , i- eq 5? 1 1 ,. gf Qi iii If -fi ' x Li I I i .T IW? .iii :I I .i li l I . . . 4 i in 1,91 54 R T E lvl l S l A V Ci --e - E A A ' C C A f XXXL' if ' "" 'A :: 'f THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT J, E, M211-tie - - Head of Department of Physical lflllLlC2lIiHI1 Z THE COACHES George L. Philbrook - - - - Head Football and 'llrack Coach I Chester M. Scranton - - - - Assistant lfootball Coach ll . , 1 lp Glenn Lawlor - - ---- Line Coach .il Gi Morton Kam- - - Frosh Football Coach B . A : jf Francis Oakberg - - Assistant Line Coach it E, Martie - - - Head Basketball Coach J il A M 5 THE VARSITY CAPTAINS Kenneth Robison ----------- Track Captain Neil Scott - - - - Track Captain-Elect lift f Walter Linehan - - - Football Ca Jtain p , i J 1 I fy ' l Joseph DeReemer - - Basketball Captain , A r " THE ATHLETIC MANAGERS E l Bernard C. Hartung -------- Graduate Manager if il Alvin LOI11b9-fdi - - Student Athletic Manager f TRACK H9305 itll .lt lat f Douglas Calloway, Varsity Maiiagei' p SOPHOMORE MANAGERS f 1 it Q Dave jackson Bob Bankofier 5 l FOOTBALL 5' f ga Q - 1 A ggi Q Edgar K. Leonard, Varsity Mmmgm. I S A -E 1 . A I A SOPHOMORE MANAGER p John Chism T BASKETBALL Q T 0 Bruce Thompson, Varsity Mmmgcl. 7 I SOPHOMORE MANAGERS 3 Al S l' . ee lger PM Sanfold 'lied lkloorc Ei K A A as T 5 F s.,.,,...f...h.-,..., "'fQl4fiiff.fiEil L Y " WETQLLT. tie? - 1 xt me Q21 46 I rm 1 3 I S: 9 A GR V1 ill C l X . .NNI 4 RTEMISIA t y M N. 3' WEE- I We 41... 9- 5, Q l fb 1 9 1 5' f' r,' lr 5 it Lil LE: 1 ,E i f IN TRIBUTE HE greatest secrets are beyond the knowing of the wisest among us, and we learn, with living, that faith in the goodness of the plan and the gift of love of one another is the greatest wisdom we may attain. To find peace within that wisdom, and to derive comfort from it, is often difficult, yet when we succeed we find ourselves, as though to prove our truth, the greater persons for that triumph. We shall not attempt to explain Joe's. going. It is beyond our understanding that such as he shoulda go. Let us rather here think of the Joe we knew, the man among us, who Was our friend. Joe was tall, strong, clean, and ever cheery. More than one of us has had a day set better for a word with him. He was a steady, hard worker, with a vision for final results and a will to attain them. He had a clear mind and a kind heart, firmly estab- lished in the pursuit of real values, and his steady' dependability was perhaps the single attribute for which he was best known. To speak of basketball with the thought of the end of a greater game constantly in our minds may seem to be touching upon a trifle, but it was on the floor that many of us knew Joe best, and it was in the crowded gym that many of us clearly sawl those characteristics of which his closest friends were most aware. Joe was a hard player, a clean sportsman, and an inspiring captain. To brush shoulders with him was to gain new spirit for the game, to be aware of his presence behind one was to gain new confi- dence for the going forward, to feel his hand upon one,s back was to forget weari- ness. He was a true Nevada captain. We have no words adequate to express, to them whose lives were bound in .Ioe's life, all our affection for him and our desire to serve them, but we are happier for having spoken if this little tribute has conveyed to them even a small part of what our hearts would say and our hands gladly do. ln all humbleness we sincerely dedicate this section of our book to him who was our fellow, knowing that Nevada has gained a strength for all time in the memory of CAPTAIN JOE DEREEMER 1 02 if Tgfffflfiflflj'l1T1f11i.l.-17'lfTf.g'.Q E3 'M . Q- 'QW . ' El 'f a - - L - 19 Sl Um ARTEMISIA 1 ,i 1 ,Pri I 1 H 1 I H 1 1. ,Y r 1 1 1 lj, if, 6 :li Eel ., x 'if :IE 2: aft 'E :J ffl sq. :Mi 1 I 2 . ! L i Z ff . W.. . V. - - as 1 Q99 t 1 V eil li 1 E1 aaa? sm-grate-.1':if"'r a- --WV 1 , , EQ ? P- 'A I ' , .,4:':gCe:.'sii7QfLwffe-na,.- Af:-C's.f,s-N,+k 1- - Y 1 r 'r N--M feet 1, "e rr ' J ,, . New-at it C- 5 , - Y - Q 1 5' 0 -K Y '- ,,,. - L: S.. f 2. 2 iff? , -'L-L ....., 'if , ig if 5 V tg I, 3 is Y . ,Il f' 1 TRACK 1930 ' 1 2 1 ll , ,. . 1 I 1 , ll. LIMAXING a b'1'1-ll211'1t career as a l A E., ,lg sprinter, which began when he Was the ll 1 mainstay of Sparks High School track teams, Ken Rl Robison proved himself a captain in ability and . reality by his performances during the 1930 ' E gl' 5,14 season. ' . A Af - - 1 ' ' Eg' "Ken" established his reputation as a sprinter 1 G, up Q 1 of high caliber When, ,as ia Freshman, he broke the N l 3 ,Ill school records in both the 100 and 2204yard tl ll 511 I . . . . . ' I . dashes. During his Sophomore year he continued p 11 A ' 1 to turn in high class performances., but did not re- 1 . - Q f ' 9 turn to school the next year, and during the 1929 B ll: season illness kept him on the bench. 1930, hoW+ y l H ever, seemed to be "his year," and his marks of 9' ' KENNETH ROBISON, Captain 9.7 seconds in the 100 and 21.3 seco-nds in the 220 will probably stand unmolested in the Nevada record books for years to come. Ken is 1 ' now a member of the Los Angeles Athletic Club, and still shines on the cinder path. f 2 Z 1 Q - - Q get 1 1 . ,jar FTER two years of conscientious effort as l Q . ,l Freshman and Sophomore Manager, Doug- ' las Calloway was chosen as Senior Mana fl? if f - f f C ger for A , , , Z 1 the 1930 season. 'cDoug's" performance in han- 1 tl dlmg the affairs of the squad proved that he had l if 'l learned his job well in the time spent as a tryee, ff 5 and showed that his reputation as a hard Worker I I f ' - 5 2 1,4 was well deserved. The track and equipment, - -,gg which have for several years been a problem to li ,xi Z, managers, Were. .kept in the best possible shape , llllfler his supervision, and meets and practices were t conducted smoothly and efliciently. -. l' 1 5 A ff. 'p Calloway was ably assisted by a corps of ' Swphomores and Freshmen. ie , ll if 1 ,f . 3 . Q i '11 ,J T I ,E il Aw Qi -Q - ,- e l11tfi lXig? . , ea ', ' R li is X lal lf li ' 0 ' - - ' U . . X Z in a n I 1 lx Xt MV- S Ti., 5 i DOUGLAS CALLOWAvi7,Milll1lgACl' P' EQfQe2b HJ K --1 f- 1..- Q A gm ii.' Z AV -'Y' 'i" """""""'-A---H--1-.---,Y, VY 4 if ' g ig, -, N ci -W-eu--QSM..--..,a-..W... .2 05,59 ee '-'- r- - 1 -- , , fs, , , S 1595? 'mf"'-e""M- '--- A+--M f-.2 sa ' El 66 in "I Q W A X f64j O 9 l l l ARTEMISIA, V at H., ,, , . -r.,,,-,,,,,,,,, G., -.., Q Sli-99 11f't"TffL?"' H ZTZZQT' I S QC if ,E ,N ng, fi .ir 19 J "Lai: ,flflfif , -a--a.::.J8iLg1Jk 1"l'll?v s , l , --V , i S- tad! ,News--V-.fl-Tefrgglf-. if' '.lE,,1iy,- '- " '.-fvigt ,Ui .p.1jp,.1Um ..,,-w,'1,,-'W if 1 , I. Q, 1,4 9, , . , Q, h, J. M M. b.50g 'ill LM,-, w,,9?h3r,l ,?dNfl,.1g il f IA. gm., MYHQN ,if-rr-fl, ,,..m,n1f PM 556, 3.aa:wM.x' af WW 1 ' -- 15 -A I 'x , , 1 - 7 - . 21 ' "ef: iglgffe a g Af--eff at ' e W , .S it riff 4 of 1 a W fw-, ,l Qaid a -- :.3::42:92"i"HL:" K v41"'+""4'fQf N Sv, il'-i: ,ffJ " c,,,.' ' ' 5-'fd-"""i'n' 'V 'THQ -- '-"""""" ,-,AS 1 TRACK 1931 J INCE his high school days at Las Vegas, Neil Sco-tt has been in the habit of turning in brilliant track performances. In his Frosh year at Nevada, Neil proved that his reputation was backed by real ability, taking high4point honors in his Hrst two college meets, and breaking the school record in the broad jump. Last year he was trans- ferred from the sprints to the 440 and the relay, and made an excellent showing in the longer race. A powerful runner and one o-f the outstanding broad jumpers in Nevada's track history, Scott has been one of the stars of the Woalf track teams for the past two years, and although only a Junior, fully deserves the honor of the captaincy of the NEIL SCOTT' CaPfaiU Q931 squad. Due to the student body ruling abolishing all captains, Neil has the honor of being the last man to captain a Nevada track squad. ' T the end of the 1930 season, Dave Jackson was selected to conduct the- affairs of the 1931 tracksters. Dave was one of the Sophomore Managers chosen to H11 vacancies created by the failure of three men to return to school, and s.ince that time has worked diligently at the many and tedious tasks which fall to the lot of the under- class managers. He has had .considerable man- agerial experience in other sports, and this, com- bined with his ability to- work with others, fits him admirably for the position. He will be assisted in his work by four Sophomore Managers: Jack Miles, Ray Hooper, Harry Dunseath and Charles Branting. 1, ' Q i 1 if "' f iflgwa -.x- Y,j7 - 'msg QL t o 'grilif ti11,,'i.g?-ai' "' M - fL'g51- 1 ,.- , ggi-g1, , ,,,,f 1 , if rata: T-1 gf, -12- " 'ig'-!1Q'l5 ' Ya-1,,1:,f::1g.g.. ..:--,,. gmggL1:.E.l,u,g.gi,y 1-1- , is-.1g -. X " 1' 'H tt5 t t! 'NX- X. - - xi .sac . 'Q x, i -,. li, ' . DAVE JACKSON, Managei- --' 't-rt"' r ' "" ijgxs,1ig:.ig'::::1gi7,"' .,,,,,.,,,,t ..,, " 'TZ'ITZ'f'..g.al-..-.- .... ....,::.p.'i'i2a:wa..:"mEQ5 Marg 9 3 I H651 fa Q Q BV! , RTElVllSlA 11" ll ie ff if wc, ,-.....-ff-g:- 'vary e f.f""e"'j U A ... .ef TW -T .aff r4A -f'r"'e e f 1 ' F ! I , ' I L ' L I i ' pf. - Q ? ' i l 5? ! 1 A , s 1 2 l Y 'wwe ef i 5 Lorisi: Ross1TER BREWSTER Distance-s Distances Shobput 1930 TRACK SEASON N spite of inclement weather and a short training season, Nevada's 1930 track J squad proved itself a capable successor to the teams which have built up Nt-vada's track prestige in the past. VVinning two dual meets by overwhelming scores, making an impressive showing in the West Coast Relays, and finally losing the Var XVL-stern Championship by only five points, the team showed itself to be a very eflicicnt point-getting machine, and a review of the season shows that Coach Philbrook's reputation as a track mentor was not exaggerated. Three of the Stars of the squad, namely Robison, Gilmartin, and Lohse, are lost by graduation, but with other men waiting to step into their places, indications are that another successful season may be expected in 1931. ' . , T 1 5 1 1 5 l ik i Q E, C YV ' ' , tie l gli fi 87 i str I 1 mn 5 f sus i i se" r. , 3 PRE-SEASON MEETS , we N i Two pre-season meets, the Tnterclass and the Inter-fraternity served to- warm up , A PIT the Pack and to give Coach Philbrook a line on his material. The Interclass meet A if, y te: resulted in an overwhelming victory for the Freshmen, while Sigma Nu copped the tin fraternity cup on Mackajf Day. . ' Tl Q he I A-I P A ..-ee ...e ,ee T we e .,,, ,, i i .. r N VQ . Xt qv:-...amefax ee- ' My e W I 9 3 1 , A i 3 W A ..1... ARTEMISIA v 4 1 , . i. 5. fs il i 1 5 ff 1 T 5 l n T I I i ,il 2 A r I - . AA,,,, .,,,. ,.,,,,,,.,,,,., . . l Si. Q if J .E ii l ,i V f il . Q i ' I Ai 2 i 1 ' 2' T 3 H .. gl f V . i A in wi i' 5 l 5 ll HUNTINGTON I X ARTHUR WILSON 35' DiSCuS High Jump and Hurdles Half Mile 5 1 I . I A 5 F, 1930 TRACK SEASON pl f I f 3 5 1 5 li A SAN JOSE 44, NEVADA 87 l l ' The first meet of the year, against San Jose, resulted in a landslide for Nevada. VVhen the score was totaled, it was found that the Woleves had taken ten first places, . A U 5 , 3 tied fo-r two more, and scored a clean sweep in the half-mile, leaving the final score E :Q S7 to 44. The breeze which usually is present on Mackayvfield in the afternoons had .V strengthened to a considerable wind, and this accounted for the fact that none of the illiyi 4 j marks made were outstanding. It was in this meet that O'l-lara, veteran pole-vaulter, 1 5 5 5 'l sustained a broken ankle -which kept him out of competition for a good part of the fy, 3E season, and probably cost the Pack a number of points. I I t 4 ST. IGNATIUS 49, NEVADA 77 E 3 4 V 1 The following Saturday, April 19, under the-influence of almost perfect track 1 j f ' weather, the WO'lX'CS treated St. Ignatius to a dose of the same medicine, and, in the F I process, scrapped four school records, one, a mark of twenty-six years standing. The 1 ' I . ' . . . . l 2 ' ' P team re eated its revious erformance in taking ten firsts and t in for one other the I ' , A P P P ' u e Y g I 1 . fin-al score being 77 to 49. Gilmartin was the star of the day, breaking two records. 3 The low hurdle mark which had rested at 26 seconds for over a uarter of a centur J? 5 , 1 . u . q Y: 1 ,Q 3 he lowered to 25 and 4-5 seconds. Not satished with this, the lanky Goon proceeded Z 1 ' ' it lg Af? Xi i f M . f wfr, ' sf:aw.?QS I sf 7 l N N, ' fww j 'a,g?b r., - A .... .6 JN .,..Zg W ,Rgx,3,MQ9R 7 ,,., .S,.m,,N,.,,,,NM.1. ............. .. ...... ...MM 9 't" 2'1 ' "W J "" X " 4 P I O " - A Q .egzfim ff., ,,.... . ,... ,.,...,g2s.-,............. A-,599 1 1 9 3 I wi - i r , i i ,r .ni .. .l' r .,,,, in :-1 rf c A 1 .i. i :Pa N.. .P 'Z'- 1 my T - ' 'A l l 1 ,p, , iii yr 4 -' r . ' ' V7 T , --- rf- H-i E. 6 'T T in 1 A 4, LJ ' ll l ll-4 lv' l ,ffl il '.yf,, l . I . Lf A M- gl till? L TAX 3,,,-4 I A ,L -. -c, - V X Lg-A!! 3 l L- J ,.,..--.---- --- fe- i-f--f-fFi,4-- -X., ,-fi .gy if-fi A s 1? H , . Rafael- ea iffy, e 44.6--A- 1 e liefi 5' 1 fi'1iiZf5il 3Qfo'--E flip ' Kr 'eff 1' if. '- .1 a-- , QQ? i, l X. i".'1 i ' , My A T ll lu li 1 li, T li Q ' l E733 r 1 4 - gl EH! Ili lislsgl 1 li rl if l ff ifvll 2 l lglg '31 X , Hill ll if frili, Hi I Wai ls 1, W 'lll uf + me lil f f l gl E iii s. E lil lily SPENCER SULTENUFUSS P0'1Hf5Rfi1t Q xiii Hurdles .lfwelm 0 e au , ' h f fp. , ., I 2' 5 Q7 I llfl T 5 l I yi, 1930 TRACK SEASON ,f 2 ll , . . . . - - i s sjlf to make a day of it by boosting the high jump reco-rd to 6 feet ZW inches, breaking the g . I record set by Howie Arthur in the Inter-fraternity meet. Spencer, Frosh flash, turned 5 I ' l in the second stellar performance of the day when he lowered the high hurdle.reco-rd 4 ,QU i which was formerly held by Tommy Towle to 15.6 seconds. Then Huntington, :mother Frosh, tossed the discus 127 feet to break the record formerly held by Steckle, Ev 1 of the class of l903. Captain Robison was in his usual form, and Won both the ylfr glgfg 1 hundred and two-tW6nt I fard dashes While Lohse another veteran, added to his rep- 5 lj e ii' . 5 5 . . f 2 C . 1 QM utation as an iron man by winning both the mile and two-mile runs. T Q ' l: T all 3 2 5 - ' 1 ' I ll A 3 l ' 5 E - ii WEST CoAs'r RELAYS Q 545 ill' , . . . ' - ' 5 :I l, 1 On A ril 26, Coach Philbrook took nine men to Fresno and entered them in the 1 ,gr u 1 ii P . . . . 52 , rl U ,y I lVest Coast Relays. Against the best competition the co-ast had to offer in the Class B gg lg pr l y schools, the showing made was impressive. Captain Robison created a sensation by 3, winning his qualifying heat in the IOO-yard dash in 9.7 seconds, just one-tenth of Z1 325' l I . , , - . . . ' ' 1 Z "Af 3 ,ill second ox er the world's record as it stood at that time. In doing this he broke the school if I itll ii record of 9.8 seconds which was set by Jack Kellogg. The half-mile relay team, ly ir l.'. Comlmsed of Scott, SU1tCHfllSS, Gllmartin, and Robison, ran their qualifying heat in gl, 1 ' 1 ' ' ' . - 3 l 1 lflf 1 .M Vi one minute and thirty seconds, breaking another school record. Captain Robison sac- xi .5 Mir 'l I l 2 - T A lfitll .' I 3 '- ' X ' I r il, - .sms 5 f T l -I it -gp , as , 6 gs l lei? -...Q P- i R 1 , T T li Q ,W - ,g f -Q-.. , ,,,, fy -I ,, ,t . ally T' ' if ,,,, 4, U 5 ll ts. i Wewwsz wr N H V :XR C W---l , E Lxli 'ef-F gwf - as C- W- ...... .,.,. .... . . ,--.-i . X5 'fr Qt""ffo" ,lfl ,Sissy 'Elise'bifis?:iiiii"1ipigA-N:g1"9 Q liiill E mu' ""' musty' -'T'QffIl,1,.f'f1.QkL ... ':---1il---P" 1 ' "A , A ' , lg ,ll s 6 l if-l 1 K6 81 il Ca 1 l 5? lf' 3 GJ' U lr ur -- ,. ,li ! QM 'X-ffl, ' 5 lpig Liss ll T we L ' EJ' ,NEW fll:lCc Roui and th rox consi H QNX IO S11 V115 l being Cllfcc the t Secon h urdi li 1 g h mile, T5 'Vir- RTEMISIA l SALSBURY JOHNSON Q GILMARTIN l Mile Pole Vault High jump and Hurdles 1930 TRACK SEASON rificed his- chance in the hundred to run the last lap in the Hnals of the half-mile relay. Rounding the last turn, with victory in sight, he brushed the heel of another runner, and though the contact' was so slight that it only svverved the other man, Robison was thrown off balance and fell. The fall, of course, cost the race. 'The two-mile team, consisting of Rossiter, Wilson, Lohse, and Salsbury, placed third in their event, and Howie Arthur tied for first in the high jump, Gilmartin taking third. FAR WESTERN CONFERENCE MEET The next Week-end, in Sacramento, the Pack lost the Far Western Championship to San Jose by five points, the Teachers piling up 4-SM points to Nevadals 4-OM. It was in this meet that the squad's Weakness in the Weights was most evident, Nevada being blanked in the javelin, discus and shot. Captain Robison climaxed a brilliant career by placing second in the hundred, which was run in 9 3-5 seconds, and Winning the two-twenty in 21 3-10 seconds. Salsbury Won the half-mile in 2 minutes 9-10 seconds, and Lohse placed second in the mile grind. Gilrnartin took second in the low hurdles and Won the hi h 'um at six feet one inch, S encer and Scott took thirds in the g J P P high hurdles and the broad jump respectively, and Scott also took third in the quarter- mile. 0'Hara accounted for the extra half point by tying for fourth in the pole vault. ""j,,j"'W,mfZWa2 227 wha-t..sQ1Qw45 Zi: ,EE .E gf,551,,.?ggg,..gg41iiST1'i1jgiLifjxigi' QE., i B sw-VV-FIQTQ-Vlyvl NN, n ,wr S .O , ,... -.-..,,...,,,.,, V, 2- ,,,..,.,-J.L.f.-1:1 ng. ,. ... ' .. -nom, 1931 wil FQ? 1 Y X l i l i l i , f i 1 f, ' 1 rl! F fy E 5 'fl l i l 1 ' i TI . I, .am El". .ll' "-wi Q is 4 , l fi .ae g-, - -- M R- - '- s .ff - - get F--. . -..Q to -----1-ef fe1f',f, ,ee if7???'i -fvfflffzf it 1 - --W r .?X'iilif't , Elia Lel- li- 5 ' 1931 TRACK SEASON ,ffl 1 lffll i lg FTER losing several men through graduation last spring and one or two other y my ll , letter-men who failed to return to school, Coach George W. Phllbrook has his , . v 'll ' work cut out for him to develop a winner for Nevada in the annual Far VVestern Con- ,pdf l S ference track and field meet held each year in Sacramento. ll' In the running events, Nevada looks especially strong. Captain Neil Scott will iv - - ' it fe Vik lead the four-forty men and broad jumpers, as well as being a member of the half-mile E ,, l .gal relay team. In the half-mile, Roy Salsbury and Fritz Wilson, both letter-men, will give ig . . - - , , ' 4 Q1 any man plenty of competition. Salsbury may also run the mile along with Earl Sea- ,Ml l 5, l ' Vlii born and Ott Otteran. i Lip f . . . . 5 I l pf Ilhe sprints and four-forty will be greatly bolstered by the presence of Fred Hg . . . . , , 4 4 YValts, Stal' high school sprinter from Winnemucca, who last year won second place lyyg Jig . . . . . I i 2? in the annual high school meet in Chicago. Nettleship, another new man, also- looks lily l 1 4 good in the sprints. if Q ilflpl , , , , , If fi l lhe hurdles will be taken care of by Al Lefebvre, "Howie" Arthur, also a Hne i, l arf . . - . . . . . . ' 3 l .gl hugh jumper, and l' rank Ollirien. Lefebvre, who was ineligible last year, IS almost a l :lil one-man track team by himself, and is good for points in at least four events: the low i 1 hurdles, broad jump, javelin and pole vault. E f - igl The opponents will probably gain their greatest number of points against the i My XVolf cinder artists in the weight events. Huntington and Brewster are just fair per- ' formers, to say the most, while none of the new men have shown unusual promise in ' l ' f le tllcst' events. Q fl: Taken all together, it is very unlikely that the Wolves will have a well-balanced 5 l All track and lield squad for l9.ll. 'llheir losses in the Held events may be made up on the - is . Qrjli track, and it seems that Nevada must place its hopes for a conference championship upon the runners rather than upon the weight men. 3 1 . ' E ' i - 1 lull Tel , 5 i - l 2 Y , i 4 5 - Q ' ' I :L 6 2 1 K i 1 l li l 1 rl l 5 :Ll f ll l Q 5. 1 . - 3 1 ii 5 li 5 l Wyy 1 be lfiil . ul .1 I l F2 ,Qi ll! i I lk i,y , iffy 1930 VARSITY TRACK SQUAD Q, f .- N-eil: s Lf, ,f 2 4 ,ZW 13 ,- '-, ,:,,,K3-7,5-8-.Arm--A E """""-'e- 'M 5- RIF- ...Mn - -t-L-.x,A3,,. Y f ..,X , , grit ,f , 7 -R ff? X X K N R X1 K A 1' .41 -..feb Meijif"'s"'"':f:L1i1Qge:g, , l iq , A Rea Eiif yi fl dl 'Ii 3 , D xi-,s I E701 il ,ffl ,ffm l - ,L Sli ig, l ' lf? 2 QE me ll' f i l I A R. T E M I S IA I . m,,,,jg,,m,.,i4g,4.4,d p.4ggg,g1.g 'L Mm, .gag BYRON O'l-IARA U. N. Yell Leader, First Semester JOHN MARIANI BILL BLAKELY Asslstmt Yell Leldcl A. S. U N Yell Lender, Second Semester megan' -gsm, :KQDI H 'frm 1931 H315-7:QfQbi2'E U l i T E lvl l S IA l ' .,,,.i s s M- , , .,. . .. . V.,..4A -f----eg:-f' 5fee"-new , -. S 1 , f 'l i ,asf -1-M-,tv .,,,....,..,-:.,.,,.-. . 1 V I I ' 1,6 weave - ... -lm I s mas , :Q-11. 5.1, ,-- ly! g rf, Pi I , I , I , iz, fx? ,fi lily .aa 'Z 'iq lf 4. at f'WJ3'ff ' , ' A ', f73?4L" . V25 " "A f A r A Q a t . I' 'hmmm I1 , Q -ul. 4,42 III, Q ' I -L 4 fy- . 'I .1 1 W FOQTBALL, 1930 . Q 6 r ,F . l lf i Lf APTAIN wait Linehan, the fighting 5 y ,Z H, Irishman, successfully led the A Nevada m ' 1 ba Wol,f Pack through the 1930 football season. 5 I Walt was known as one of the -toughest guards on j F the team. His outstanding ability was recognized 3, two years in succession by securing for him a berth in , ' f f on the mythical Far Western Conference team ull I O, chosen at the end of the season by the coaches of pil l .l tn the various schools in the league. ba' 5 . ' ? 5 Z C C Linehan played two years as regular guard on V , go, the Varsity squad, winning his letter his Sophomore i , est, season. At the end of the season he was chosen by HP .I l 1 l 2 S5 ' his teammates as the logical man to lead the 1930 Pack. Despite the fact that Walt was on the bench WALTER LINEHAN, Captain for several weeks due to an injured knee, his fighting spirit was always an inspiration to the team. Linehan will be the last man to captain a Nevada football team. 'al ' VEI' fl t unc El? f E . . , ro. at. 1 3 ' l 1 ' - l ' . 1 QS football requires both a large amount of .-e- 1 J equipment and a large squad of men it is perhaps the most difficult of sports to keep running ii T is smoothly. Long daily practices, with the required attendance of rub-down men, issuance and care E' -Q of equipment, the arrangement for transportation l I ' W and quarters for trips, and innumerable other de- l , ll tails combine to make the manag'er's job a difficult l V one. Frosh tryees and Sophomore managers assist l p- Q' the Junior manager in his duties, and each year a l 3 ?i? new manager is selected from the four Sophomore 5 Ul2'lI1Z'lgCI'S picked from the Frosh tryees of the p-re- sl? l E x , vious year. Ed Leonard, manager for the 1930 ll season, handled his jobin a very eHicie.nt manner E it . ' and deserves to be commended for his work. fi Q l ' ,. f Q A Ol: N S oi' ,,., "-- 1 95.15 "wr , f S --- , -- a . 1 ' S EDGAR LEONARD, Mamgm- . - .ns I . -""' ,lf QT? 5-3.a..j-D "Sli ."'t QL. Qlfgffffffimlij t"" -S 4- af-4 - ' S A - - X U23 1931 S 'Q o 0 " it A - H , -Q , N,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,.L.-.-.-..-.,. ..-L f' ' 1 -L .. ia. ,.A 2. . RTE ISIA ,.. so " ' ? 'fii 5AT9iK2' . A A ! FOOTBALL, 1930 T the expiration of his contract last fall, the students of the University showed their con- fidence in Coach George W. Philbrook, head foot- ball coach, by granting .him a two-year extension. Philbrook came to Nevada in 1929 to H11 the A position left vacant by Lawrence T. "Buck" Shaw. He faced a difficult task in the rebuilding of Nevada's gridiron reputation after the disas- trous season of 1928, but with the whole-hearted backing of students and townspeople, turned out a creditable Varsity, and laid an excellent founda- tion for 1930. Considering the now complete establishment of his system at Nevada, and the expected return of many lettermen next fall, a very successful 1931 football season is likely I under his guidance. In addition to directing grid- GEORGE W' PHILLBROOK, Coach iron activities, Philbrook is head track coach. He was an All-American football player at Notre Dame, and a member of the Olympic games track and field squad in 1921. 1-TTER working diligently throughout two entire seasons, John Chism was chosen to succeed Edgar Leonard as manager of the Wolf Pack football squad. Next season he will have complete charge of all equipment, and will handle the financial management of the football trips. As a Freshman, Chism exhibited unusual de- pendability and persistence, which qualities secured for him an appointment as Sophomore manager to assist Leonard last fall. The fact that the other three assistant m.anagers failed to return to school did not diminish his effort, and although he had no competition for the position his assistance to the manager was' o-f the best, and his handling of the Freshman tryees was most efficient. Q Vx 'S --L 5,1 aa ae..- L - W - fa -, ' +-- ,, ' ' JOHN CHISM, Manager'-elect ii' , - ..., .,,. - .. . -9 ,,.. ..... 1931 wi 'r , ' v ,-. fr E 9 r 'i. 14: 'a -.. ,a. - 1 L 51 R4 t EE: ff' il "Y .lr V13 ' :- 4- F :- Q T lvl l S IA A V A R ,.. ... y .. , . ,., .W---W wa- +7-swf? C i 5 f . , Wfgi M!-4-f 3--N---ff' ' Qji2s?i"1,Z ? lil -Dafairf Ei 4 A ' ::..C'li.-- I ef' I "" ttts e ttst to rf - 9 wi l 1 I n ' , 21? H c ga? s? G ,lg 9 li it ' . ' 'T l?L 1 F' 1 jf i X 1 :Ii l I P I l 5 : 1 If Q i - ' . . 'gf f ff. T Q l A f .T . , WL I 3 4 7 lt .l 1 ' i 2 l 5 Q z 1uiMvoLD1, Tackle BARTHELS,Fu11baCk ' LEVL End f f I 5 Q 1 J ,wt W yi N Z : J 1 ' ' Q THE 1930 FOOTBALL SEASON -ii 4 A i . . . . . i Th , ff ' HE 1930 football season, marked by alternating brllliancy and mediocrity, was HE L . . . . 5 l E , not outstandingly successful. Two ties and two victories were overbalaneed by 5 V shim four defeats. But the fact that the Conference championship was lost to Fresno by a 1 1 1 1658 1 . . , score of only 6-O, and the brilliant showing made against California, Santa Clara, and 5 1 PUHI ,Sq the Cal. Aggies, give the fans ample reason to expect a stellar year' in 1931, as only J PIU " . . . - . . .i Q S , . , ." one man of the team will be lost by graduation. This year's Pack had its ups and ng f sqm' downs, and a good showing was invariably followed by a poor one. The team lost au, I at no ei . , , . . - 2 2 1 Q L x games it was doped to win, and then reversed its form to play the type of ball which y NESS 1 . . . , U h T i 5 held California to one lone touchdown and a field goal. y Altogether, the season was iii i 3 mlllis an indication that Coach Philbrook is building up an aggregation which will put I Ullrly 1 ' l yg Nevada back on the football map. ,lg l f 1 is Q l I L ig j M X 1 V I y i Ei , EH . UTAH gli it ' i . Ei Q T y lnvadlng the Mackay oval on September 27, for the first game of the season, the 'sig jig Prom T ' , ' , . , - i I X - . 5 Lmlefsltl of Utah, 1929 Rocky Mountain Champions, downed the Wolxfes, 20 to 7. fi Q ' I with 'i 'Qt f 2 353' w is-'.Vx " -wt X is up 25 a 1 A ..4f..'::':"" i ---- A xiii, ,,, -. -...' -. ., ' N7 .-, u ,, ..., ,H fu., .Qs if zflmzrwetvf --:-' fur',.5Ca?1:,e,1-L.'-"-cg-,Qilft.-.gfgxf,,g39'X''- ff sN'PX":2f.'--fv-M K i ' 5' .I ,yuh ' -i i Y ' t"' A ---- -- '----- ---. -X vu- . .... . ,.. ,-,,,-, , Y g , M, H , - Q - , C A ' - . E- 1-n,F Lg...aefT.gTTZTfLTi' 'fQQ,'Qf,f1'gj4jjjj jj W-'-f45e qs : f12 '-' A ' .- .W.....,,..- . .. .1.-- 4 ..... mm .. , S b Q I "'-1' A. CNE'--. . 3 M 1 9 3 1 3 ' A fr Q9 iid' 2 .3 ' El! Izh- r i l ,. .1 I 'z l V I 1 s 1 ' A 2 1 fi -Us '- Q A it i it ltfll ia K Q4 - -l :P l-J L 2.171 LLL! X X, --f . 2,1 -, ,, , N 'jIL'i7I'lTI,, Moa., TQ i , 2 W- , Aw .2 c 7 N343 L-Wi .A'TQ!1fiWT33?t'53l35'5 -lin'-iliTZj-ir Wm- -lam NM'-1"QQ:ff M XXV ff? l gain 'A "ms -' ' P ,lf Y,., W. of 59122 l 2 Q ll 42 if 2 wi, ii! M l . i 224 z it I Q, lil a if 1 i l i H4 PARSONS,Fu11back BACKER, Halfback WEAVER, End Q 1 - .1 i I , Q L 7 5 I THE 1930 FQOTBALL SEASON f fi The lack of an adequate forward pass defense, which was Nevada's down-fall in 1929 . Q . ' l 5 , showed u alarminffl I in this ame. Two of the Utes' touchdowns came as more or f f 2 P za 5 N less direct results of passes. The visitors' third score was made possible by a blocked punt which was grounded on the 20-yard line. Nevada tallied with an off-tackle 53,1 play after a long pass had placed the ball in scoring position. Coach Philbrook's . s uad showed afdecided su eriorit I in line 'la and the fact that substitutions roduced ll? 2 9 P 5 P Y: P p 1 . no effect on the strength of the team seemed to indicate that the long-standing weak- , s L , ness due to lack of reserves had been overcome. Considering the fact that the visitors make a specialty of aerial play, the Pack's showing was not at all disappointing for an early season game. gg T , l E i E f 5 BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSIT'Y 3 0 ' Q The following Saturday, October 3, the Wolxfes trekked across the desert to . . . . . 5 I Provo, and despite a very superior showing, were forced to be content with a 6 to 6 tie ,Wg with Brigham Young University. Although the Pack gained 202 yards from scrim- 0 A 1 2 F V., Lfixxx ' 1 I ' N .59 ,,, -,,' . af: lf. . fx ll Y i cf' cl' Q-Qs f 9 I lll " "'N Q " , a--- f - J F i, 9 Q- ofv, 9 ..,, , ., , i i QT! I i tii- 'r 'Si 2"ifi ' li ,:.. 9- , 'Q-. .A I -'7f -ff, W ,W 6,45-Afgf 'fi-f--f' Qymf- M- ' 'M' "W-'A'-' "N """" ' "L-"A-"-Ti'1"'j'je'f tufFj" ,fl 54 if fs:-il ,fy -- ig 'gg figs? i fiieffalfi gfigiff,iisfigiiiii-::1ig'g1 2. Q, ffm .,,-,,- , JA- , W... . --- Jeni , E! i .-.a .Ai ff f""'v f'T"'i. 1 ,V 'i it 2.5.41 E751 jl,.f,5Aw 5, 5. 1.1 K-1 ,Q lv", Q, et i iii , ,Iii ll, ' WW l ARTE ISI y .1 V 1-e.4Q .... ef! Q, f gg-634,31 E1 is A 1 -39605 O SL'O'l"l', lind GUFFREY, llalfhack IVIAHOROVICH, Center THE 1930 FOOTBALL SEASON mage as L'lllllP1lI'L'Kl with L39 made hy Brigham Young, they were roihhed of scores by had hreaks, and Sultenfussl 80-yard run on the first play of the game accounted for the only score. Passes and plunges enahled the Mormons to score in the second quarter, and from then on the game was definitely Nevada's, the half ending With the hall on the Nlormon li-yard mark. Twice in the second half the VVolves were With- in scoring distance, only to have their hopes dashed hy penalties, and the game ended with the hall deep in lirigham Young's territory. S.-xN'r.-i Ccfxkfx 'l'he Santa Clara contest was easily the outstanding game of the season, and in holding the highly touted Bronchoes to a scoreless tie, the Wolf Pack displayed a type or many years. Doped as under-dogs to the extent of at least three touchdowns Nevada displayed a World of 7 power and tight, with the whole team functioning like a machine. Althouffh havin til! lioothall which has not heen equalled on Mackay Field f 'R Q Ll T l ily l lt 11 lily' ii, ft. EE: 254 iii l A l gil 11? l. it lil 's 56? liill Wi fl? 135 lil 22 31 'ii 'ii L i ,ii if ll get l'g .- C133 ?s'-gifts '1'f'fifryfifiO ,Jeri E3 El wi 9 3 1 wh: pill: tlclit 'fan' x . . sixt- Pztci tl isay we-al Of tl UYQIN ,,.. 5-ll t' 1 fd ,K SSN-V H RTEMISIA GRIFFIN, Tackle MCGARAGHAN, Guard A THIES, Tackle THE 1930 FOOTBALL SEASON what was rated as one of the strongest lines on the Coast, Santa Clara was unable to penetrate the Wolf forward Wall to any extent, and the effectiveness of the passing defense is illustrated by the fact that the Bronchoes completed but one pass during the game. The spirit displayed by the Pack in this fracas was remarkable, and the offen- sive and defensive playing of Drury, Nevada-fullback, Was a feature. PACIFIC In direct contrast to the brilliant showing against Santa Clara, the game against Pacific, although resulting in a 20-13 victory for the Wolxfes, was one of the most clisapp-ointing exhibitions put on by the Pack in some time. Although a decidedly weaker team, Pacific outclassed Nevada in every department for almost three quarters of the game. It was not until far into the fourth quarter that the Pack Was able to overcome the l3-point lead which the Tigers had built up. An 85-yard run by Hill gave Nevada her second tally, after a long march down the field in the third quarter Ml- K, S . : 1 fp Y, 0 A, . W ,. y If , mx fa , , fs . f. 1 . . .w QM ., . ,' ,km bgxx U Q f W , . ft Q, ., , '- Wiz., A " ,... s. ' ' " '. ., ,W . , . , ---- , 'L 'aff , ,,, V' -T .. Q ' , .. ' X N " '2"- M1536 L"'iTf'1.:z'-wfss. .. . Q H .cfs .5 . ' P 'V V X ' 1 .' 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Ci-xL1FoRN1,x Aoonss On Homecoming Day, Philbrookls men hit another bright spot, and Wlhen the game was over, Clarence Mackay was presented with the football, on which was printed the legend, "Nevada 31, Cal. Aggies OH. The Aggies, 1929 Far Western Champions, had been slated to give the Pack a tough battle, but they were outclassed completely. The First score came after about two minutes of play, as a result of the kick-off being fumbled by an Aggie man on his own 14-yard line and recovered by Nevzuln. From then on, scores followed regularly throughout the game. This was the second Conference game, the first having been with Pacific. For the first time 1? 'Q Q33 ""?'fiif?,f,-S ., , 11, l'f1'g?5iffifQQ 133 W 1931 ARTE SIA -V . L li -N - -----. :Z--,,,.,,,,,, - e '-W- fe EEZ H ILL, Haifback WALTHER, cemet- T HE 1930 FOOTBALL SEASGN in the season the Wolifes displayed a brilliant offense, mixing Wide plays, passes, bucks and reverses in an array which kept the Aggies bewildered, and Which resulted in the largest score made in any game of the season. UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO -- In its last home appearance, the Pack suffered a 20-13 defeat at the hands of the University of San Francisco, formerly St. Ignatius College. The game was a thriller for the fans, the teams being very evenly matched, with long passes and runs accounting for most of the scores. A lpng pass on the second play of the game gave the Grey Fog a seven-point advantage, which they held until the Wlhistle. The vis- itors' second score came as the result of a more or less lucky break, when a St. Ignatius pass was juggled by two Nevada men and then fell into the hands of Warford, Grey Fog back, who carried it to the 16-yard line, from Where it was bucked over. Just h lf l s Lefebvre to Levy, put Nevada on the 10-yard before the end of the a , a ong pas , line, and Guffery carried the ball over on a reverse, Lefebvre converting. ln the fourth quarter, the Grey Fog staged a determined march which resulted in another . ! 1 . 1 1. b 1' .. E. B :J nv r 1 1 E 5 I i i if i. I l .1 ii n dl lvl ii: fl: li 161. ,N ilgll :il lil gl li 51,51 114 M, 51 6. 2. s c ,5 if E f . .. 4 .fi Fx 4 ' Q " L 1 5 f mx ff ,fav M, N s , K X I gflj 4. N , ,. ggi .u 4 , -Q X l 7 ' ,S Q Vi S' 9 I 5 ' Jw. , ' -' JV f' .1 'S - - 'W Q, Y' ff YE . ti. .- f 'fl 16: I ' A ff - - X -as .watt .,,, 5- W' W " V ' r V ,, .1 a s is at, ' ' .,,,,..f,ff " ,f . 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Scheduled as a breather for Calxfornla before the 444 4 t 4 A , 1 4 4 H4 4 K 4wI1lIl40l'L4g1IlUL', the contest turned out to be anythlng but that, and the Bears Were hard 4 4. 4 4 - - - - ' ' . 4 4 44 1 -I4 wressed to gznn and m:44nt:14n thelr meager advantage. The frame was la ed 1n a 434 44,4444 in 4 e e e s P Y M4 444,444 4 - . . . . - , 1 , 41.4- 4 if at-gt ot mud, whteh hlndt-rt-d the I'llI1Hl!lg2lIIflC4'iS ot both teams, and a puntlng duel was 44 4 4444! 4 .4 , . . . . - . " ' 4414 44 the result, wlth no advantage on elther slde. CHllfOFHlH,S only touchdown Was the 4 7 result of a -4-S-yard drive in the second quarter, during the only weak moments shown if 454344 4' i4 - - - - V 45434 542444: by the Pack durmg the tenture game. The klek was blocked, and the Hnal two points H4 li 4 Jgif'-.4'4 ay Q 34' 13 4 lf,-A 4 47!ly4L il '44 -4 4:1 4 444 x FY 4'-444 4'f4 44' 4144 44 4444 T4 yy 4 4 114 W A-4 if "" vp? W 4141 gf- .-.1-4 4, 4, Q-yg j M-ee of-We '-we '17-te 44 - 4 44 XX, f eh-J qqzf Q44 ,eb 'Q-'W' JA? 4 '.iZ2:4.-f' ' -.' ' "4 "' eeiileels 1, 43514 ijt y 4 '-.,' .'7'4 X 5 48441 4 ,354 34 4 A if ,, I 4 4444444 4- 44 444 44 44xX'E 44 44 444 '4 4 4:44 Ame isnt Eg? DRURY, FLlllb21Ck ELLIOTT, Half-back THE 1930 FOOTBALL SEASON came from a touchback, when the soggy ball w'as fumbled behind the Nevada line. Nevada gave the fans a thrill in the fourth quarter when a run by Lefebvre and an end around play by Scott placed the pi-gskin on the Bear three-yard line. However, Cal. was equal to the occasion, and the next two plays were thrown for losses, and the chance to score was gone. FRESNO A earin stale after their brilliant showinff against California, the Wcmlifes lost PP f g f C f C to Fresno 6-O on Thanksgiving Day at the raisin city. Fresno staged an S5-yard driveiin the second quarter to gain their only score, and with it, won the Far Western 'Conference Championship. The Pack was twice in position toiscore, but the Bulldog line held each time, and the ball was lost on downs. Both teams stuck to straight foot- ball most of the game, and Fresno had a slight edge on ground gained and first downs. The loss of this game put the Wolifes in second place in the Conference race, and lost what would have been Nevada's first championship. . . -,, ,E V N f n l I. li PA i I P W I Sli fi I .ve lil Jil 1:5 lli :Alt Qir flllll VM: is iii E?- L.f 1, Ei, is .li l . l Ali if: '4 I li i Z, . - I ,, , - .ag-. , , ,. ,X Q : , .Q 1. -I .1 A -,- - ,ff ' K. 'if' x, NK , , Q, 4131 f f - X .f .ijlx .5 -5, -av " ' 'sg .Ii ' Q . -. ,t 1- f' 724 P" I- - , . , ' , W-' " : 95 'V 9 ,sy-staff. H 5 . GV . f- - . ':: , t :I , -sly'-F -' X 07? "W ' ' he " X - , , w, 4 - ' ' ,V , , . ,- f, f K is- , y, . N., ,,.. , ,. 4' fm 1. , . Q, I ' - 1 k tffi s ' nr W -'.,, ,WW W ff' 1,9 S' " 4 V 'N X. Jfi""-N .' ' . lf? 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WI? c , , 1 14:1 1 4 r 1"1 'rd 'f 'f' K1 TV ffl 1, 1 ,114 X11 11 -.iiixl 11 kj, 1 4, XXX A LQJ . lg, -'if wi 7 i A A I ,, . . .4 W --f--N-..-3.3,-M MVA,-U-f-1,-r'f ,,-2 i - ' I , 4 M -., F 11 'eff we ff as ... , ,V 2 -E91 , eff s iff fi? or as ' ee its-Jefetefll V7 ff' 'Vi ' 1' 4 1. gk iws1FooTBALLsEAsoN W ' , I, I I , U, 1 4, ITH Coach Philbroolds syStem rapidly becoming thoroughly established at ,pm I 1111 Nevada, and with a squad of veterans to form the nucleus of the 1931 1-f , Varsity, the prospects for a successful season are excellent. The two-year extension l,1 of Philbrook's contract insures us that he will have an opportunity to continue the , 111,41 work he has begun, and give his system a thorough trial. gg 1 ' 421 WC ' lil, Walther, All-Conference center, and Weaver, end, are the only two men lost igll, to the 1931 Varsity through graduation. Jack Walther has been a regular for four il' 1 wi' years, and his loss will leave a gap in the forward wall which will be hard to fill. 11 41 QIVL' 4. . - ' - . . C 5 HI! 11 However "Bull,' MOhOfO'X'1Ch who has been second choice for the center os1t1on 17 W2- ' 7 . . . . . P 4 5 ' hw throughout the 1930 season, has the fighting spirit and drive which characterliie E114 ,fi 'jacks' play, and it will take a good man to keep him out of the regular line-up. 1 lil, fg 'VVeaver, Whose work at end was one of the features of last season, W-ill leave a vacancy I g 1 which will cause a battle royal among a number of promising men from last year's 1 Varsity i . I 1 1 wiv ' ' ' 1 1 'a1"l'1' , s . . . . , k 1 41 Barring contingencies, the rest of the 1930 firststrlng should be found intact 11' , ' y next Fall. The backfield will suffer no losses, and with Lefebvre, Barthels, Sulten- zz, ,jfffl 1 ' fuss, Hill, Guffrey, Ambrose, Young, Backer, Risley and Beasley to form the founda- Q 1 - - . . . ' ' " - 'l tion, Coach Phllbrook should produce an excellent aggregation of ball carriers. With i,1 wi, 3,0 new material which may reasonably be expected to appear with the incoming Frosh :Qlf 4 , J class, Philbrookls style of play will be given an excellent test. 1 . 1 5 , ' ,1',: A large part of the credit for the excellent showing of the Wolf Pack forward 1 wfall last season belongs to "Jake" Lawlor, Line Coach, and his assistant, Francis Oakberg. The line, which in the Opinion of many was one of the best ever to play 1, for. Nevada, was largely the work of these two men, and they deserve the highest ' Q praise for their efforts. I ' ' 1 f,,Xf 1 U: 'XQ1 ' 11,11 ,vii 4 I i A 5 a fr: M 4 1 5 , 5 1 'i 1 1 7 C1 1 1 S ' L1 'i 5 1 i 1 1-11 ii , E11 4 gl ,N Q ,lylrrf ri 1 1 12, T, 11 ' f 1 ' Q11 1 '10 'C 11 ' ji 3 'JE - 4 if 1:4 is 4 M Wai ff! CEI, H tv QM SW 4 fm 1 I N53 an ,4 , 2 N Q 1' it-1 ,415 L' if M A 11 2 mmm ll! 4 il? 9441? 1930 vA1zs1T f 1 14 Y FOO FBALL SQUAD 5 1' 11 fx 'Xxx 'T ii' FT? 5 Q as a .,,, as g .-- pei? Kiwi C J' Q! fi- -l VX-'iw'-ib!i.f-w-,r,.,,,,Q''LT' te'e-f-------D f ga,L..Q "" 1 ,.,,. fmt -L-:W 41' -4 of . X' c ' e i X N--M4A..?SS':L:::?i':""i1i1ijjgfg' 1. -"r' V l'T'71 , V -y Q- ,r-,1, -iiggm-,i ,gii.4:1Li,1:g:efff...T---A--fer' A ll: 3 -iq . 1 9 QQ -. ,, lf 1 lg C to " 1 8 21 Citi", Q1 ly A tiwj' rilwll ' , ,4,, 'f 5, ll -lin ' g L L1 f QQ A 1 1, 'x 11.1 1 .N1 1 :1 11' x1 .,1 1 - 1 :IQ .1 ,Ji in-. 1 . if 1 :il xii, 1 1 1 f ,- J "41 . 1 1 ffl 1 1, 11' ' 1 1 1 115 1 1 11 ,1 1 1 1, ,. Q 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 I ' 1 1 1 1 J 111 1'1 .V 1 W1 ll 11 l1 lr fl 1 itll 1 1 . A 1 1 11 111' lvl ll lil A 1 1 11 11 ll y V V 11,1411 1 . are .1.. -,,,,,,,,,W 1 115111 it A ' figl?251'ig:-3?i1?iTLTTL1, .. .A. f 1 1 "Q 'l -. N111 UT? P1 ' 'AT liVf lfbsyf '-11' 1- ..-.ie"L:1ii1i 1. Q: 111 1'! NTU' ,115 FRQSH FooTBALL SEAsoN 1,1 lid ' 111 X1 1.1 111 ri . x , ,, 1511 t 6g!ilNl?I,Glt1tt ttl-tkildgk pf la 111.32 co1.1ch,. lVIo.rton Kaer, former star quarterback t 1 .lllk iq,-1. 1n11l1t.1n o tic 7 University of Southern California Trojan 1 lzleven, the .ul yon- ing football squad went through a very successful season losing P1 RW. only one game out ot gil schedule which included some of the strongest high School :sill Q? and club teams in the btate. Wg 1 ' In the opening game of thc season the Frosh, with only two weeks of practice Tm 1 behind them, took the strong Fallon High School eleven by a 26-13 Score. The 1 Nevadans looked extremely rough in spots, and it was only through their strong aerial l ,fm attack that they were able to run up such a score against their opponents. QM I rl o -the Antlers went the honor of defeating the yearlings for the Hrst and only ll time during the season, when the Reno club, showing unexpected strength, Won the 11.1 game, 13-6. . 5, The annual game between the Frosh and Reno High which took place as the 551 1 A preliminary to the Nevada-Cal. Aggie contest on Homecoming Day proved to be the T' 5 most bitterly contested battle on the yearling schedule. After sixty minutes of hard 5 l, play with the tide of battle shifting from side to side the game ended in a 6-6 deadlock. ' , f Vifinning the remaining games by comfortable scores the Frosh finished a highly A successful season in easy style. First they took Lovelock into camp 20-O, and on successive week-ends blanked their other two o-pponents, conquering the Susanville L81 i, 311-1 team 20-O and the Susanville Alumni eleven 34-O. Wi' fig, The line which started most of the games for the Frosh w1as made-up of Gene 1 f f Salet and Kistler Rivers, ends, Jim Mo1rrison and Boswell, tacklesg Dud Acree and I Qle Glusovich, guards, and Stock, center. Backfield regulars were: Mo1nty Boland, ll quarter, Harold Curran and Rowan Coglan, halves, and Jim Tonkin, full. Greenley, Feutch, lVfcKay, Lukey, Rice, Leighton, and McElro-y complete the roster of the 1 Frosh squad. A 1 1 z . 1 , W 1 ' r 1 J T at 111..1 1..,. . . 1,1645 1 i' g 1 .4 1 it l 1 Vi' ll 1 , 1 Q Q 1 f 1 T1 ' I l 1 1 1 1 1 1 F 11 1115 1 ' ' l llj 1 i j if, l 141 1'1 A lflyll lllytlv 1 1? 5 Af" VE' ll U11 F2 H12 klliflpllt 1, A X1 1930 FROSH FOOTBALL SQUAD 1,,,Lx! , iff, "5 , ,14.el Zkusl Q1 ,I -- , ,.,...-,--,t-:L.H-a-4.1,-fig-,--.11-1-Qfif 11 24l lsrc ., -1-' ,c ll ljg75 -.c if Q A '.1g.4f2'ff Pie 11111 1-1 e"' ' A A To lljil ,."i11 T831 it F11 11 , 1 ,1, . 11,11 1 if'1 1,1 Hlill'-I1 - K ' I Hy., .1 .f If , iii., IK W V, 1 . v Vi 4. 3 . E vi: Til if .-v f .25 ff! ,., E - n n ,',, .il il.: 1 .V X . ,Q bi :K X. ie!- X. Illia 'Sl ,ff . .Nl 3 Q , a.. . 5 .ff fix Ti lil iiffli li 5i T S I! ix K-4 Q Z 1 1 ink I fl Y 'i ' .xml r , N fi 1 ll ik? ll JL..-1 -. ll. '-...ff Ji T- 2 ' Mai Q af- LJ E .a S S H y T" 5 if . - el Y ,N sa. eff at afiM,,gQ,g,,,' ',Q..QQ.,...,. - ' W""iZ5fZ5 9?-1224 r"W'M-Q f-i S E . 'ii X. f ,. eil I. ui , 'ii iii? 'X V A ui V' V - " i, Weill! FL- , ,L7,...,,-:-- -JQG fl .. s 1' ' 'S-'Elf W' - I S Qi 1 E155 A - 4':'f' i. BASKETBALL, 1931 Q.-, ..1 W Wi - . . . . Ml 1 713, HE managerial activities of the 1930-31 i gl basketball Season were very successfully di- iii l f ' - fl ima 5 Q Q 1 rected by Bruce Thompson. The Jolb of basketball lil Wh manager is never easy, and this season was no ex- 1 . . - ' . ' V :Ulf ql ' ception. With practices to conduct for Varsity, Elf if Goof and Frosh squads, together with trips and V1 ll! Q 5 arran ements for home ames the amount of time wi 1 5-iii I' .g . g . J . Vlf .fill E required is enormous. Equipment must be issued ffl g ji 55 and cared for, and innumerable details attended ff: to. In addition to these regular duties, the manager I 'fl . W has charge of many of the problems connected With Q ' VN - , 'f the annual State High School Basketball Tourna- :if 1 V ment held each spring. Bruce Was constantly on the Q ' BRUCE THOMPSON, Manager job, and should be highly commended upon the if' manner in which he dischar ed his duties. He was assisted b three So ho-more man- , . g V P . agers, Al Seeliger, Ted Moo-re, and Pat Sanford, and a number of Freshmen tryees. 'I l il f W i H L SEELIGER was elected basketball man- mls? gif, gi ager for the 1932 season as the result of two l i ir' lj. years of successful apprenticeship. Seeliger will fi. j 5 take charge of all equipment for the coming :fi :I season and will handle the finances on the basket- 'l .gily ball trips. fi ' . I I Seeliger received diilicult competition from 4,1 Pat Sanford, the other managerial assistant. It lf, vstas only after careful consideration thathe was . glfi t given the appointment. 59? i Sl' Q - - . ' S it .5 Helping Seeligenr next year will be four Sopho- gore nianagerg-5 Bill Qilmartin, Ed Recanzone, ,iq . thralgt ice, and Joe Fisher. With this group, and . H. 31 ,, if q , g the resiimen tryees next year, A1 hopes to care for li Ml- C nee s of the players in an eHicient manner. g p' 5. Xl . Q 1 ff ff! IA i U fit, tl ,te sf. S Q .lb i 'N It ie' Ii f X r-:it 1 . I l ri " f' ,J " J , will 1 s g. 4-,A ' A f-1' - .. ll 1 iii ' ,-3 .1 1' -1- A- in .1 X i 'ilu 'Elf ' AL SEELIGER, Mzmager-elect q Clava- ix- .-I on E .E ..f ei' -N S :.-:lv ebb? mi isef - X. . .fa e . .. . f ,..,, TW. . Xf -A of Q1 ' ffl '-E52 r' A P V' Li Q3 E 1 AQ, qu. ll ,Xf . X ,,,......-- ,, Us . , ff-.Qi 1 s I , J Lf fi, i I Tai, ... ..- H... .. . C,.-,. , ' ut. Y...-. VA.,-A BASKETBALL IWH 551 ' 7 mf FTER a yearls leave of absence, which he if '-fl spent in graduate work in Springfield, Illi- nois, Coach E. "Daren lVlartie returned last fall to his duties as head of the physical education de- partment and coach of the basketball team. Since coming to Nevada. in 1923, Martie has turned out a number of strong basketball and track teams, his track squad Winning the Far Weste1'11 Conference track and field champion- ships three seasons in succession. Wolf hoop teams under "Doc's,' supervision have built up a reputa- tion in coast basketball circles as being always hard to beat. The training of the track team last season i was in the hands of George Philbrook, and since i returning from his leave, Martie Will confine his coaching activities to basketball. "Doc" hopes to produce a Far Western Conference championship team during the 1932 season. I , 1 Li 'fi lf lvl ll fi, ll fl, - . . . . t,1,,i.- . E ':..,.Js J:-5 i ...- E ""-'LT.fgi5::lg?"' ' ,, 1" 4 fffi6ifmmfjuQ':'fEQ7jiA- fl K. ,-lair K, TE,-A ..,,,. L- LW? i We 1 gi , I. E. MARTIE, Coach PROMINENT athlete on Nevada's campus during his college days, "Chet" Scranton coached Sparks High School athlenic teams for several seasons after graduation, and finally re- turned to the University as Freshman football coach and assistant in the Physical Education De- partment. For the past two years he has acted as assistant football mentor under George Philbrook, and during Coach lVlartie's absence last year took over full control of the Physical Education De- partment, as well as acting as head coach of the Varsity basketball squad. Since lVlartie's return, however, he has resumed his duties as mentor of the Frosh and this year produced one of the Y Strongest yearling quintets ever to represent the school. ' 17? H i, ay ag ,Fig W 1 ' A ,. I ' f, I - ..-- -, . C s- 5 1 if ag -N '3Hfefr5?5WQWW gigiggiif the S. - ------1-' ' SM-' Qffyrr Ti fii?5-- il , f . , - ' ' Eff, ' " U-ijgfilfpjffjz ,,1,?jfi'--'fT"+- '1' """H": i ., I N QTL 3 J i 1 3 "fill 'xii l 85 X P10 Al I l 1 , li ll i fllill i I ,X Y R T E lvl l S l A 6 -- p e , -I on 4 . ,. ,.,,A ,Y--I---.V C s 5 - A eg, we if t A ,grieve-wtaawwb lrmf AE asaw' Q H V DEREEMER fCapt.J Guard FRIETAG, Forward GRIFFIN, Guard ? ,LTL - 1931 BASKETBALL SEASON A ATED by pre-season showings as one of the strongest teams ever put on the floor by Nevada, the 1930 Varsity was dogged by illness and injuries throughout the season, finishing their schedule with a record of seven Wins out'of fifteen games, Pre- season defeats o-f California and the University of Montana, two-of the strongest 1 teams in their respective conferences, raised the hopes of Nevada backers to a high level. , Then the loss of "Goon" Gilmartin through ineligibility p-roved to be the beginning if of a series of misfortunes which culminated in the death of Captain Joe DeReemer, Q and resulted in a weakened lineup and lowered mo-rale in nearly every succeeding V e j frame, so that the season as a whole was onl mediocre. .. i D 7 7 Y f CALIFORNIA ' The Pack started the season off with a bang by splitting a two-game series with p the California Bears during the holidays. The Bears took the first game, 28 to 21, but fig the Wolifes staged a thrilling uphill fight to Win the second, 27 to 26. Both contests tg, were fast, and the teams showed excellent pre-season form, the Nevada defense show- tip mg up exceptionally well in the second game. l il F E is -. V f c f . y 'i't 1 X lc S- 21, -, , ' 11. Year-Illia t K It ct - ,f X - wggxzya ra gi-2,152 if A V' 3 . tv E , M, p V .1 ., . .,--.-:iff ff m W. .7 It ,. .. . -., : I.. 2. Gab ITYI 86 193 i 1 1. ,5: rs: , v s y l ix 1 My f-ifl lic -1 'xx KA if N. 1-:fs X - 3 1 Y - ,, . V , , Y , . , , ., .., rw,-,,.,.-. -..---.Q M V W W - X- '---ff Q rl 'T U' Q -9' A u 'W' if Fi 'il E25 if .-1: l 5 Iwi , ll? :fit it ig t r 2 1 be L 5 L f Q i A? 4 ' 5 E E X . A 9 i El .Q 2 - : V i 7 1 l l 5 T E ig l if 5 I 1 f I 5 l . E . 1 E . p 7 LOMBARDI, Forward FULMIS, Guard WEAVER, Center ik, ' i Qs N45 1 ' V , in 1931 BASKETBALL SEASON H I A I e 5 5 MONTANA ' 'I On January 8, in one of the most exciting games of the season, the Wolves de- , 5 . , Q . . . N u "I 1 feated the Montana Grizzlies, 30 to 29. The lVfontana five, on a barnstormmg tour 1 A during which they had played nine games, showed the effects of their lengthy trip in ' the last half, after ending the first period with a nine point lead. Dan Bledsoe, Nevada's A ,yi Sophomore flash, accounted for 12 points in the last half, his last basket putting the 5, 1 QW? VVolves in the lead with but three minutes to play. T19 ? ' if f i SAN JOSE 5 y - , More or less demoralized by the loss of Jack Gilmartin, who was declared inelig- 1 ,i i .... . l ll I 5 i lble at the last minute, and John Griffin, who sprained his ankle, the Wolxfes dropped f , i Q i their first conference tilts to San Jose on January I6 and 17, by scores of 29 to 23 and f f r I ' 30 to 23. Both games were slow, the teams playing strong defensive games throughout. Q The absence of Gilmartin's cool headedness and GriHin's aggressiveness, combined If 1 1 , with strict oiiiciating, which forced others of the first string out of both games, proved f 3 , , too great a handicap for the Pack to overcome, and the loss of both games was practi- 1 ' u . . f ' if it cally a death blow to Nevada's championship hopes. 2 Q ' r fr .R i , i 'i is H , J- M ltr QE . 5 A '- l Q E, .5 ,tv 1 lil 4: l fl,-iz' f li 9 fill ji ,ff 5,33 i f 1 ,Q , 1 NF? , ' Jw l"lHf'1il lwvilffl A .yivlffi 113, yf 5 lliflblx TTQQJQ E--.-Ti, ,,,, . aww fa., f Q fu, -- ,fe e 1 . W s as e -fe-W ey f Tgiaf-3- vii "'ea Tnfli l,,:fv13 'farf- sai' " f-ew J-' ' ' j . 4 WU ' l f' ff ti ' I I , 1 lt ' Hill 1 ,,i. , 'i M J lil 4 l37l g , 1 E I .,:X. L, RTEMISIA I 1 0 P F ii' if VE Q Ei ii . . . li i -I it , r .n, if il. 'iii -Ii 1., ,i iii ,. all fi f 0 BLEDSOE, Forward HILL, Forward ' 1931 BASKETBALL SEASON CHICO ' In the first home conference games, on January 23 and 24, the Woelves admin- istered two beatings to the Chico Teachers, 26 to 24 and 25 to 20. Although both scores were close, the games' were slow, with the exception of the whirlwind finish Staged by the Pack in the first game, When they came from behind in the last five minutes. of play to overcome a four point lead and cinch the game with four straight' baskets. CALIFORNIA AGGIES ' The loss of both games of the California Aggie series, at Sacramento, on January 30 and 31, ruined Nevada's chances of Winning even second place in the Far Western Conference. The first contest, which Was lost by a score of 30-24, was slow and unin- teresting. The second game, which Went to the Farmers 35-34, was a thriller, with Nevada leading all the Way until the last minute of play. FRESNO . Cn February 6 and 7, the Pack staged a real old-fashioned upset party for the benefit of the Fresno State Teachers, defeating them twice, 31 to Z7 and Z0 to 19- The first game was all Nevada's, the score at one time being 24 to 6 in the Pack's favor. .P E L 'F K 5 V , , 1 . l J ! if ! -i .i :ia :fn v . I 5. 52, fe. LH ,. Q ii .. i 2 . fl, UI! ii 5' 1 'Sli IAC i Zig f A f L lift al iii V E55 23, V. jis . H 3 if iigg ' 9, . iii tl 1 2 f 1 Q U U 4 e El -E -,-,, ' . J-5, ei 1931 5 xii '1 -111 , . i 1 1 . , 1 1 5, iv. 1 f 1 fm I x 1 lf R? 1 1 -1 1 X 1 1 AAL lil 1 27151 1 : X'-A tb sb -sf M03 Wy -, A is -----::- A ,fin xy ,, iffhii IH, ul fi , Q1 1' lfv fx f l .,, L li 1 lysis, 1-'01 lf: I, 1 15 N. 1 13 I x b . 1 1 1 i , DAKIN, F01-ward JOHNSON, Forward 5 1 W4 .NL f ifngi 1931 BASKETBALL SEASON qt The second fracas, however, was in doubt until the last minute, the winning basket , Q , being made by "OSC" Frietag just thirty seconds before the final gun. ' i y 1 sT. MARY,S The games With the University of San Francisco were cancelled due to the death of Captain Joe DeReemer, and on February 20 and 21 the Wolifes split a rough and VM? tumble series with St. lVlary's at Reno. Nevada took the Friday contest, 3l to 30, and ' the Gaels retaliated the next night with a heart-breaking 24-23 win. , l A 1 , . PACIFIC 1 Li l The last games of the season, played at Stockton on February 27 and 28, saw the l f A Pack suffer two more defeats, at the hands of the Pacific five. The first game, which 1 ended with a score of 19 to 8, found the Wolxfes unable to get under way, and the loss ' 1 of Dan Bledsoe, due to a sprained ankle, was keenly felt in the scoring. ln the second 1 i contest, however, the VVolves hit their stride, and came from behind to tie the score at 1 , . . . . ' ,1 ,l 25 all at the end of the game. During the extra period their luck deserted them again, W, and Pacific sunk a basket and a free throw, making the final score 28 to 25. frf"1 , 1 t 111 ' it ru M31 ixfflh, I E 'T w VH V H7 Q kv J .' , V, ann ,, ,, I F., ,. IA if 4 mm Q 1 gw 1 1 ffl X 1 . T , ' ,l - ,,., J up " it ,. ' 54-147 gi 2 f V13 La 'iii .J - . 14 l,1I '1 1 l A . 1 A 5 lf my Jiigf 1 " L LJ CJ 1, f39l 1 1 y 1 1 1 1 111 .ir ,V ,311 "'A , . Ili' llllli f if f' 1,- , 1 ll 'PS 1, . 5 1--1 -G1 1 i K, 1 1 R FT, 731, A 'll ll-1' fitfll ,g ll f 1 'Lg-W1 1 'ij A ll has 1,4 -. ll -- if 12 UQ gig, g . - - re , ,,5fAi,FQm f ,,q . ,-.:f'.fi.g 1,g.-.gg..-, E55 -sz QflCfjg,9f,gQjf2' iii 'A , ,mi 1515151 egillp-51.75, S tfeggg t'lM't -A-wiv, ga? f J:r:4Q-- MAL. f .J Luglu -' -wr' - --A---1 - milf' Q.f.-- ---- -"! ' ff '--1.-N : I 7 1 'i la 1 .l 1,1 Mi 1 :Qi l 1 l 1 l ,il l u." 1 1 , . 5 l 1 1 Li 1932 BASKETBALL SEASON api OTWITHSTANDING a rather mediocre 1931 hoop season, prospects are bright for Nevada in coming basketball contests. It is hoped that the bad luck which hit the Wolves so hard this year in the way of injuries, sickness, and ineligibility ll losses will have let up by the time the 1932 season rolls around, and that Coach c'Doc" l Martie will again have the chance to put out one of his smoothly working basketball ll li yi ti -1 1 , 1 , . :iz r .u x1 is l Q fx quintets to represent Nevada in the Far Western Conference. 1 lgli Only two out of this year's Varsity hoop squad of thirteen men will be lost this E11 P ,UA Spring through graduation. "Speed" Weaver, giant center, will graduate in May, as Ill, will Al Lombardi, sharpsho-oting forward. Outside of these two men the 1931 Pack 11' should be practically intact for next year's play on the hardwood, and aided by several I i line prospects from the Frosh five with any new yearling stars who- may enroll next 'il Fall, Coach Martie should have plenty of material upon which to build a possible ' A . . 1 J . ' championship team. kj' 1 S , . , . In the forward positions UOSCU Frietag, Jack Hill, "Stan" Johnson, "Edge" I 1 Farnsworth, and "Jud" Dakin will again have the opportunity to ring the basket for ' 1 . . . . . j ' , ' ' Nevada. At center Martle Wlll have Dan Bledsoe, high point man of the 1931 team, i Q 1' ' while the guard positions will be ably filled by the veterans, John Griffin, Bob Ban- V, kofier, Roy Salsbury, and Roy Bankofier, while John Fulmis, a newcomer to the team 1 ' All last season, shows possibilities of developing into one of the strongest all-around men ' 4 on the team. Members of this year's yearling quintet Who may break into the Varsity lineup are, Ole Glusovich and Bob Leighton, forwards, Bruce Gould, center, and Lloyd ill ' Guffrey and Harold Curran, guards. f me 1 l 3 pl ill 'lil iilcll 'L is ? i' . 1 ge I 1 2 -KE It 1 i 211 . li, ' dit! . . till' l 1- 1 mi fl ill 1 fl ss ,li U is 1931 . - . , . 1 rl ,lf Vqrslty I2,ff,f2bf'f1gqPHd- Back ROW: MUFUC fCoachD, Dnkin, Bzmkoficr fRoyD, WVeaver, Bankofier li Y , rlffing Jolgnson, Bledsoe, Thompson CMzmngci-D, F1-Ong ROW: Fulynig, HQ? als ury, Frietzlg, Farnsworth, Hill, Lombardi. V5 C + 'V 'N' --fihfii11fE?i?,'fsrr.v Li T-A-4 W ,' A fill 1901 1 ol, ' 1 b CTV if 4V,Vi IL 'ill Y l, ii' T ' if :1 nl JS M ll!-IL: 5-3 . 5 2 if 1 Y Z i ., vl , 1 i A Q, llaalga LllQJ"ll-i. IST? ff-l -Axis' ring f - w'-'--::- A4 .1 ggi J vii-l arg! J 'ff ' W" -l'x'izl'l ,I ,lt ffll FROSH BASKETBALL SEASON s Vail . . . INNING thirteen games and losing twio, the yearling basketball squad under Coach Chet Scranton completed a very successful season. During this yearls play several bright prospects for future Varsity berths were developed. l f . . . . . The season opened with a win over the Reno High School quintet during the Christmas vacation, the game being played as a preliminary to the Nevada-California contest. Continuing their Winning streak, the yearlings then captured ten straight I . . . - . . . jxjf games in rapid succession, overcoming the VV1lson Cubs, Roseville High School, the Sparks DeMolays, Virginia City, the Nevada Goofs, Yerington, the Sparks Dellflolays, Q ll Reno, and Westwood in order. gi H To the Nevada Goof team went the honor of defeating the Frosh for the first i 7 time during the season when they conquered the yearlings in the second game of their il il three-game series by a 19-16 score. The Frosh seemed to have hit a slump, for in the A next game on the schedule with the Virginia City quintet, which the Nevada team had y Q 3 beaten earlier in the season on the miner's home court, the Frosh again lost, this time fl, 5 by a score standing 19-17. i A i f 5 However the yearlings redeemed themselves in part by winning the remaining i Q" three games by comfortable scores, defeating Gardnerville, the Goofs, and Sparks. i it , The first five, which usually started the games for the Frosh was made up of Ole , Glusovich and Bob Leighton, forwards, Bruce Gould, center, and Lloyd Guffrey and Harold Curran, guards. Others who earned their numerals by dint of consistent effort for the team were: Jack Dolan, Elwood Rose, Fred lVlcElroy, Russell Elliott, Lauren Beckley, Dan Harvey, Brooks Parke, Everett VVeyman, lVlonty Boland, Jim Tonkin, Jene Salet, and Charles Leach. galil fgl f 1 3 l l sl l ga L igfggi ll? n 5 iiffj iif'l'll '5'zll.li YH ligl y ml l Ll -1-iw-W lim Frosli Basketball Squad: Back Row: Harvey, Curran, Beckley, Elliott, Could, Tonkin, Salet, Leighton, Cuf- "y'Illif frey. Front Row: VVeyman, Leach, Dolan, McElroy, Boland, Glusovich, Scranton CCoachQ. "' "N ' " ' ' "" " A' ' ' 'W " IE ji! ,.. ai ..-gl, r-if f7'3" .. r-Rauf'--' , Lf-L, s.,f,-f- ,LT -Qc, rt' rc i X F i C1 - Y' ef-me--H 'TIT' , :ies r- ,fe , ,a..,., ,J Q, ...,... ...---.-.f--, ,. ?.f-. Y--,-3. CT.. 1- X 1-1. ,, X , x Q, , 5, fa -,- i ...J , gf- ,f ,S - ,-X ,.-X V-sg -C: , 5'-'. -',.f ,A Vidal-Aigi-,fg1r' 'Q,ff:1::f-f-- if'fAr-- A -Y A mfr- - ' A rx ur 'ff-44: ff ., A. ' I . i' I" D911 i ... -X., .4 - vv-.X ..,.,. Y--' -5x TF g""Ax X. 2 1' 1' I lil il al 'wffq H TY, Q: v i i If 1 A Q. .i ix ,T 's ,'X JI .X I ,.. .-1 A i ll, - 4' l ll li L- 1 ee TT A f - f -- """'N"' TT?f'fe --.f-gi--:Q T , K., ,W Y-4 MINOR SPORTS , BOXING , . O N the hrst meet of the season the Wolf Sluggers journeyed to Palo Alto to meet , the Stanford University boxers, and lost a close meet, four bouts to three. "Spud" Harris, Wallie Rusk and "Glen Thies won fo-r Nevada, taking decisions from their 'M Stanford opponents, while Cliff Devine, Joe Horton, Mak Thompson and Ken Austin lost their bouts, Austin by .21 knockout, Devine by a technical knockout and Horton by M Y a four-round judges' decision. P ,iid For the first home fights of the year, St. Mary's College sent her squad of boxers to meet the Wolves, and went back to Moraga smarting from the 15-2 whitewashing they received at the hands of the Nevadans. Captain Joe Lang, bantamweight, and Qi l Marvin Miller, lightweight, were the only ones to win for the visitors, while Cliff 1 Devine, Elmer Hawkins, "Spud" Harris, Ken Austin and c'Gle" Thies all took their ii 1 bouts, the latter two winning by technical knockouts. A March l3th saw the California Aggies seek and gain revenge against the Neva- l' dans for the two defeats they suffered at the hands of the Wolves last year. The Aggie 1 Hghters took five out of the seven bouts, with "Spud" Harris, middleweight, and "Glen . Thies, heavyweight, scoring the only victories for the hom.e squad. Max Thompson, J Grey Eckley, Elmer Hawkins, Paul Fontana and Ken Austin lost their fights. ' if The last meet of the season was held on March 23rd, when the University of T f California met the Nevadans in the University gymnasium. The meet resulted in a victory for the Bears, when they won four of the seven bouts. The light-heavyweight fight was forfeited to California, as the Nevada man was ineligible, although Nick Ures clearly demonstrated his superiority. "Glen Thies lost his first fight this year by :1 decision to Ben Robinson, Pacific coast champion. Max Thompson, Cliff Devine and 'cSpud" Harris won for Nevada, and Ken Austin and Paul Fontana losttheir bouts. All -li is if 4 eil Sell? nil gig fill -si U N7 likiji, mm Boxing Squad: Back Row: Solari CManage1'D, Stowell Ures Col an A t' Tl ' s Wallace cCOZlCl1,' lliilfi From ROWI FOHUIHII Whitehead, Thom s ioi' .i Emil i I-f?1wif1kinsNI?Ii1i'i'isi. QL 1 p on, ivas, ey, , wg, , ,wi ' ., ,T ' i ' " ---we 1-fs M.,..HH ..-fslw-:.,f--,szfggg-11.,glam "r'.....--N" f 11"-NPL' D 'gli V921 EI 0,3 1' Ili Q. il i :F-Tl pi i-.1 L,,,1, ,R - A 4 Ki RTEMISIA s -.gag L.Q4Q..Q.L'Q1.QR"'QQQ. g MINGR SPORTS . TENNIS ARSITY tennis practice in the Spring of 1930 was opened with a green squad of twelve men. In spite of the inexperience of most of the players, the final results of the season were not disappointing, one match being dropped to San Jose, and one won from St. Ignatius. A pre-season match was played with the Reno Tennis Club, which placed an experienced aggregation of stars on the court, including Douglas Busey, state title holder and ex-varsity captain, Radey, former state champion, Sheeline, VVhistleter, Lodge and Rue. This ma-tch resulted in an overwhelming victory for the clubmen, Stewart taking the only singles match, won by the Varsity from Rue, 6-2, 6-0. The remaining singles matches were straight set wins for the clubmen, but in the doubles Stewart and Lombardi chalked up another win from Hawkins and Busey, 6-4, 6-3. .l- l ll Qi in 11 ia i i'U i 'rr The two remaining doubles matches were won by the Tennis Club, Lodge and Rue H defeating Brown and Chism, and Whistleter and Sheeline nosing out Clark and Rae, 6-4, 1-6, 10-8. Qi' The first Varsit match of the season was la fed on A ril 12 against San ose. ' 1' i Y . . P 5 P v C' K, , A well-earned victorf in the doubles failed to overbalance defeats in both singles 1 5 . I , A . matches, and the Teachers chalked up a win. In the first singles match, Gordon of Q, 4 San Jose defeated Clark, 6-l, 4-6, 6-0. Simmons immediately followed in his :ml team-mate's footsteps and downed Stewart, 6-2, 6-2. However, Clark and Stewart , 1 came back strongly in the doubles, and defeated Gordon and Simmons, 6-8, 6-4, 6-4. On A ril 19 the same team met St. Ignatius and reversed the Jerformance of p ' . . . C ' . I . . 1 I V2 the revlous match winning both singles contests and losing to the Saints in the rl' P 1 o .C b doubles. Clark won a close decision from Josephs QS. lj, 6-4, 8-10, 8-6, and ' i Stewart repeated for Nevada by defeating Chase, 4-6, 7-5, 6-4. ln the doubles the 2 I Saint Ignatius pair scored a rather easy victory over Clark and Stewart, 6-3, 6-2. it iCii f j . if f lui f r , , s it 4 .ll I 1 1931 Varsity Tennis Squad: Robinson, Chism, Lombardi, Clark KNVJ, Clark CDJ, Elliott, Smith. 'W' imma. Qii.lLl.,..-1'.1,IT7f'fQQfffflTI.S 433 A 63 QD ,,,.,,,,g.,..,M, ,,, ,-M, , --,,,,g,,,.., M,,,,,-Jgg 1931 tm .. T' ,psi a ffq if 4 l "-Jfixik rj xl' -it fx "' 1 lm' ' l 1 ,- S" f' A . l' l ir 1,1 if -ix .Z-it ll ll ,Ll...4 .. da +L is-ff' -- L --X ww-gif ,gg 15, Y ' W V , Y S I .. -v----.--.-r?-----.N-f--.1 X K frm A X V -, M ,mwmg . ..L9k.ge.,fl.-,..LJfx -V Q, if , , . , +-"-" ' 'I 4, .N-. -if- 5 cj ,gxiiil cr-if 4175-jlfxf. - """"" "i""'Y 'rl " Y v ,-1 y"y,,.,,,,,,,.4'-' i a 54 f f M Sigma Nu Track Squad: Gilmartin, Arthur, Seaborn, Salsbury, Lefebvre, Wilson. INTERFRATERNITY REVIEW LTHOUGH two of the major intra-mural sports were dropped from the sched- ule this year, the remaining tournaments continued to hold the attention of the Campus and produced many interesting and exciting events. Since "Doc" Martie's return, basketball as an intra-mural sport has been dropped as it interfered to a great extent with Varsity training and tended to p-roduce bad feeling between the different organizations competing. ln addition, no interfraternity cross-country race, which had been one of the customary features of the Homecoming Day celebration, was in- cluded in the list of activities last Fall. The Spring of 1930 saw teams representing the Sigma Nu fraternity come out on top in both of the major intra-mural tourneys. After securing victory in their division in the baseball tournament, the Sigma Nu nine defeated the Phi Sigma Kappa team, winners of the second division, in two of a three-game series to capture the championship and permanent possession of the Spaulding baseball trophy. 5' . N . - . , . - . ' . xgma u Basketball Squad. Back Row: Merriman, Jasper, Perley, Gilmm-tin, VVCZWCI-1 Hammond, F1-Ont Row: Blakely, Horton, Hill, Taber. f-. ' 1--DT.TeIifE 1 -w-f-- -,"'- - ..1. -F-. ,,., ,-.,, W, .,.,. , .,-..... S 1 2 'TW' 4 5 S-f Lis 'L -.-:W--:e52,., ,....-m-, , N' ' """t" "1"s1:ffe-'-:mer-f-V-f' YQ, f'i--1v-- 'tTr:N"Trir'k-I - 1 "" "1" '-- -'-A f ---- if--wgf-ff-4: " NJ c.,- . l-'gf .. 'fa-f ' '--A M' --'AH--mf 5 .-N, . mu... ,. ,,-P s gl Y b-KM s--- '-L Y Hifi,- W '?r ff ,si lil J . k i 1 l ' I l ,r ,i I r r ix-,, X, ,. -.Q U f 4, -v y. 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Front Row: Q Maydwell, Farnsworth, Frietag, Rampoldi, Ayres. fr 5 iii 5 1 l INTERFRATERNITY REVIE W li ' : l Sw., To climax their athletic activities last season, the Sigma Nuls won the annual .lf li ' ' Ni ' ' ' ' lfiqi. 3 . mterfraternity track and Held meet on Mackay' Day, clearly showing their superiority 4 I 1 by defeating their closest rivals, the Sigma Phi Sigmas by twenty-seven points. l The ban on basketball and cross-country as interfraternity sports left considerable , 5 ' of a gap in the usual intra-mural Fall sports program. As a result more interest was l shown in the volley ball and tennis tournaments than hitherto. The volley ball championship went to the Phi Sigs, who defeated the A.T.U.'s in the playoff for the y ml a championship, two out of three games. , it f, ' . . Vf: flgll The Clark brothers, Walt and Dave, representing the Independents, easily cap- ,ml 7 tured the intra-mural doubles tennis championship, while Russell Elliott, Lambda 1 4 r 5 Chi, Won the singles tourney by defeating Francis Smith, A.T.0., in the final match. i 3 , ' i S 1 ll Qi S l i l i , i ' 5 i r E 2 "l lf ill'-L ,fi , ix-fl' H1 ,, lfi ll ri if-my lu 1 V X31 fog, '25, l . l limi! Ni 'V 1 r QK ri i, ' 'Ml , i ' 3-1. ml i i 'rf' ff E r 'W ' V ,lllsj Independent Tennis Doubles Team Lambda Chi Alpha Tennis Singles Team , cu,-1, qw.p, cu,-it rm. Elliott iq. All .rgilglg U41 rr f - ,- Q ... ,-. .,,., .-5,1 Av, sg ,V -. Q, . --- -----,A 17-A-+-l1'ig.11'd .,, ,-,. ,S fill' ,f - 1.Z'l rg.. f , rl 1 43, Q ,I 9 p . 5 A. il i E hurl Wg K, gxll, i CQ 1 I 1 ..1, I N. im . 'X .1 N.. ,- . , lil f ei li l T l .i .ish ,. X 1 1 i X 'f Y E 45. -x, 5, .YA fl L . Lf: QV Z n w i i ,. il Yi ix If t fiifl , M. o ,, -. ,.- -- . lx 1 Q . I.'-,hfpt ,.,k Nix lmwf i l T .i iflj Q1 'ty , ' My IL- l V i V - f ,,, E, , . f H, ' - - ' ' ' ' TT"-F'?FC.5T 'THAT il--M:':-""f'TT- f 'Exif FRU' Y' '7 i f ,,., .- f-. f -of ff -egfcf. fr testis . ,waz--f--W--A--s A-M -- -4-kQ f T haf--M-'z'+ff1-siisri El, W1 Nr - .aff :gif ill W EN'S sPoRTs q ' A O M , ,ill l xi 'IQ P. HE first vvomen's athletics organization on this Campus Was the Womenis Athletic Society. ln ,Q Mi 1919, this organization "Went national", being admitted ll to the National Women's Athletic Association. In 1919, I, . ' . J if-,r this chapter' became a member of A.C.A.C.W., and in of April of this year the convention of the wfestern division - of this conference Was held at this University. Delegates ij lv from Montana Idaho Washin ton Oregon California -il .1 P, ,Vi Q 2 g 3 ts J 9 llfll Utah, and Arizona attended. . 5 I lg T . . . i 7 ' li , The VV.A.A. Executive Committee IS made up of the H ll officers and managers of the various spo-rts. The officers Q. ii' : . . . X I M! i DORA CLOVER are Dora Clover, President, Dorothy Ernst, V1ce-Pres1- ,gl l ' President Of W- A- A- dent, Helen Peterson, Secretary, and Dorothy Kallen- Hi T . hach, Treasurer. Sports Managers are as follows: lil Archery--Ellen Olsen, Volley Ball-Mary Trudelleg Basketball-Juanita ll johnson, Rifle-Amy Yarringtong Hockey-Judy Cummings, Baseball-Ruth P Stewart, Tennis-Rose Fodrin, Swimming-Irma Parker, Saddle and Spursf- .bg Marion Nichols, Tobogganing-Marion Ni-cho-ls, Hiking+Armena Fritz. iid .fix The Intra-mural officials are: ' fi? Q Mary Trudelle, Artemisia, Frances Fuller, Pi Beta Phi, Irma Parker, Man- 54, zanita, Ellen Olson, Delta Delta Delta, Dora Clover, Kappa Alpha Theta, Marion Jones, Sigma Alpha Qmegag Jessie Hartley, Beta Delta. U - ' W.A.A. boasts a lodge , located at the head of Galena Creek, situated pictur- Q- , esquely among the pines and firs. Here, many W.A.A. functions take place, among which is the annual W. A. A. picnic, for all Freshmen Wo-men. I ' 1 -1 1 iq A FFF at Q 2 i 411 ' 1' . ii t i il Ili r ll' i M lx. T I ii. 59 1 E 1 'hi at tilfiil , ,ll A lil tl . ii' I' l . . ' ' Y ' . . if A A Ekecume Comguttee' Back ROW: Peterson, Kllllenfbdch, Yarrington, Truclellc, Nichols, Cummings. - if ront Row: Stewart, Parker, Fodrin, Ernst, Clover, Olson. + tk' Z X," X- -1 1 ' """" - QF -sf, A F xg -. , gg . E of 'QM if-fa X Ai if F? Bai , .7 f 4 sell P41 i961 gl fLm fl, ' V T' 1 V 8 1 - if mi . lx , K 1, 1 '1- i x 1 f il' iz l r 4 V. I 9 .,,. 1 .i -c 1 R .M :Q .y .1 .Ay .l. li i. -s ' l l l ly i 1 V .vin .M W ry - 4 l as l .A - l i cj ll 4 f', X FF? fc- vt-S . . , as 4 T, 'E' 4 e -r ' -f ------Q- e-e-H ,ff ,Qi N 5 psig 723' we , my WOMEN s sPoRTs ffli r ' . I fp' RS. MAE STMAS, Miss Sameth's able second IH ll . . . . TL Q1 this department, instructs all physical education ' l . . , ' , rg? classes except those in dancing. She is also VV.A.A. advisor as lf lxiljy and coach, Gothic N advisor, faculty advisor to Y.VV.C.A. U L - . v- ,yr Cabinet, and a member of N.A.A.F. She is a graduate of lisa is . . . V ,Q i' 4 this University, member of the class of '28. 1 li V' Every year, the department, with the assistance of gylj W.A.A., holds 3 Play Day for High School girls from gf, ,W all over the State. The latter come here to participate in fi games and compete in contests in various sports. if 5 . , y y Z , H llil 533 4 OCKEY MRS. MAE slmas ll-' . W. A. A. Opened its Sport season with hockey under Uml' of W0"'c'1,S Sports 5 5 the management of Judy Cummings. This sport lasted eight wieeks. lnter-class l ill matches Were held, in which the frosh women were victorious. The season closed with ily. a banquet at which the following 1930 Varsity was chosen: Julia Baldini, Lena Perri, S , . Amy Yarrington, Margaret Kornmayer, Genevieve Vvolfe, Dorothy Kallenbach, I QW Dora Clover, Ruth Stewart, Euphemia Clark, and Dorothy Ernst. M Elf TENNIS 'Ali A 5 1 While hockey season was still on, many of those not interested in hockey became ' interested in tennis. An active season, managed by Rose Fodrin, ended in an inter- ! f E class tournament for both singles and doubles teams. This Wtas Won by the Sophomores. ' ln the final intra-mural contest for the cup, competition was between Pi Beta Phi and Kappa Alpha Theta, with Frances Fuller representing the former, and Euphemia , i , Clark the latter. Pi Beta Phi was victorious. The season closed with a Hockey-Tennis yi l ban uet at the Centur f Club. iff, fbrlqi q 3 my , 4 1 I i 1 . g Ei A ll T l, ,- ,Bl-1115 v i I - 1. I i l Ti I 'l 1' l 51: il Ut T X . W ll lilnll iylfrllxy 1 1 ill l i if f lj! llyfll Qlff Frosh Basketball Squad: Pirtle, Wolfe, Johnson, Lozano, Lewis, Jensen, Solares, Rechel, Little. limi f Lum ,,,,,--b+ A J, .. N ,... . . T ...H .y 'jijywl 1 A pk , W ' 'lf ii Ui "ag 'lkgll y l. cy cg I 9 7 l -i 1,1 1 1 . galil' l l'l 4,1 I l lil 7 fW'A lil .- . , , Q17 T7 ffl Tl P31 if 'Q If ,fix T ff , ,. --fa? -L ..-L Q1 ,451-P E I Lg-, 1 ..., .4,....., T'-'Mf5il--if'!f-Tlfi1Q?27f55FFi,'jf3"1 slrsle' - -e MA- ffTcferI'mtD V WOMEN'S SPORTS lg 1 i 1 r .3 :fi lf' lx 'll ii, Vi' I f qw .1 ' li .UL M., ,i Ill 'Vi .1 Ve C A ol! I'-1 'J i VOLLEY BALL Volley Ball season lasted from October twenty-eighth to December fifteenth. Class teams were chosen, with captains as follows: Sophomores, Helen Peterson, Frosh, Edna Jensen, Juniors, Dorothy Ernst. In the intra-mural contest, Pi Peta Phi won the cup. ln the inter-class contest, a Round Robin tournament was held, in which each team was composed of members of each class. At the banquet given at the Meth- odist Church, the cup was awarded, and the Varsity was elected as follows: Genevieve Wolfe, Eva Edwards, Helen Peterson, Dorothy Ernst, Dorothy Kallenbach, Ida Rogers, Nell Lozano, Catherine Martin, Mary Trudelle, Ruth Stewart, Edna Jensen, Elaine Hunter, Della Renfro. SADDLE AND SPURs i This year has been one of marked success and advancement for Saddle and Spurs, under the management of Marion Nichols. Activities took place at Mayberry's Dude Ranch, during a season of six weeks. The club was divided into three classes-begin- ners, intermediates, and advanced, each receiving instruction accordingly. The girls learned about the care of their horses, as well as the art of riding. ' SWIMMING A fa 9 4 I i i 3 I yi. This year, Irma Parker took charge of this sport, and through her excellent guid- 545 I '7 ance and proper instruction great progress was made. Classes for beginners, inter- 9, mediates, and advanced swim.mers, respectively, were held in the pool of the Reno Y. M. C. A. ' 1 NEVADA SWIMMING CLUB A The Nevada Swimming Club was organized in 1929 for the purpose of promot- Q ing swimming among Campus women. The club, which is composed of girls that have 5 passed the Senior Life-Saving Examination meets twice a month at Moana.Springs. ,k 1 Ia E-ee ' lit i T i 1 5 l V t l il lla f T ill 1 'lei 5 all P W5 ' Q71 . Yi 1 ' .1 17 K- 4 l I .sl 3 1 1 XVI il i, .A llu -5 Phi Beta Phi V 11 B 1 ' 0 CY H 1 Squad: Bordewnch, Peterson, Olmstead, Ernst, Balthazar. Fri' Sf . f .v-e-w -' XJ-11 M 2 if - f-A f C A 2 '- ff .wh L ,,,A ,W W- W H ' Y ' V-F---,,c...-.,-A 'J , j , mzigqlif .1 , ' ' -f--I.-'.QbftfffHr1ig:g7gIm,,u-'inet-.....--f-" "' -2'-5 ' - ---- -- --Y .,-f , 1 l L21 . V51 fi A Vaifiil P981 1 C H531 '5 l ll , r 1 if 4 ,F . , , . A Wifi' N RTEMISIA Q Q Mm-mat. :fel Aw ieiiggt-7' W' Tl K WOMEN'S SPORTS BASKETBALL Basketball, under the management of Juanita Johnson, was played for six weeks. Inter-class competition resulted in a victory for the Frosh squad. The following com- posed the Varsity: forwards, Shirley Johnson and Nell Lozano, center, Thelma Lewis, guards, Dorothy Kallenbach and Dorothy Ernst. RIFLE Rifle, under the management of Amy Yarrington, was the only womenls inter- collegiate sport on the Campus. Matches were held with many universities throughout the United States. Members of the selected Varsity were granted circle Nls, and pins were awarded to the prospective members. The officers of the Rifle Club are Amy Yarrington, President, and Irma Parker, Secretary. TOBOGGANING AND SKIING Tobogganing and skiing, just introduced on the Campus this last VVinter, proved great successes. These sports were conducted by lllrs. Simas and took place at the VVaa- Neva Lodge on Galena Creek, at Truckee, and at Lake Tahoe. HIKING One of the main events of the hiking season is the trip to lVIount Rose, Nevada's highest mountain. Qther hikes included those to Hunter Creek, Hunter Lake, and Galena Creek, and a few moonlight and overnight hikes to Waa-Nexfa Lodge. Armena Fritz served as both hiking leader and manager for the year. ARCHERY . The archery season opened recently, under the management of Ellen Qlsen. lnter-class contests are to be held, and a Varsity selected. The Varsity plans to take part in the annual April Play Day. 1 1 Frosh Hockey Squad: Jones, Kornmayer, Solares, VVolfe, Martin, Sauer. ., ,, ., .V . ,.. .c ,..w . .. -. . -Y-V W---A., A-M f '-.- ----iw A-A-W ---Arif -- T 4 'Ar 4 ,., K, ,......,....,-,....,..-W ,.,,.. -A A-. V- --, ---AY-I Y ii7Q1r....::u-- z m "eferee4,.3as..,... - L--- . ,.-I 1931 wa 1 4, -, ?'1-'ZXQ T 'QD 33.32 w 1 i 1 -4 1 H- fli- lf' -23 l 51001 ECGRDS of the year, treasure chests of memories for the years to be-the publica- tions. The Desert Wolf, the Sagebrush, the Arte- misia-that We may laugh, may learn, may remem- ber. The things happened, the typewriters clicked, the pens moved, the great press settled, and the school year nineteen thirty-one became history, duly chronicled, filed away with the bygone years of Nevada. Who knows when we may dig back into the dust of an old trunk and bring forth some venerable record of hill doings, to aid us in creating happy dreams? Who knows what may come now, of what we say now? Be it the aim of Nevada records to speak truth, to be the voice of the Nevada spirit, that the future may build on the present, and retrospection be mellow. l IH ,....i 3 ' e . x - QI. -.. I. ' I 1 . ,. x. , . 91 X. . ., - 1" -n . H-5- L : I s - - , i. . :L r s- l :r:.-N QEQQA -W a ' 2 5 5 4, V --'- ' -I' l E .,,. Q .4',' J-H Q 3 x . l , ali ".-. f f' -'Iii 9 ' , -7 'Z Qi 'E' l. 4, 'f-All A 1 ' - 4.,- ',1 V , ,Q .,.. ,.A.. . .. , , .... -Q1 - f 1, 1 in if + 'VA .4 l. AJ ,. ..: 1, .1 1. '- X 4' ' L , , 2 . v f ff 1 Wm Off . -' 4- ll? L' ' K! -1243? ri' lp" ': .... ., - 1 ' ' x ,V "" ' ff' V -. .frffidiae ? ' -' I . .f --.-ff Q .V ..-1 'ff 'if-Q:-ns: -' 2 H . . , J -' yigg .-'A'f,!-Zv,'I.fi2?3f-- 1-: ' - 1'-95 Nwygss . 324151 . ,y Q- l Q .. 1' jf" A f ' f ' Ga.f:Lg352f5 H , pf' -1 I -- 11 p g V .fj, 'Z""'ff .':Q , x F' 'Q ,. . 1. -hr :Nl-n,:g,::lf::a . x Q, - x ' . ,.ag??-f, v:E?Z:gf . 1 .:f" . - ' f .... ..f:ff - ,. ' "" i5?:1E:'7'-?'P -. . ' Q if I W W . I QUBLICATIONS H .?1T,4.,,31.7-f.jS-i'..- X , - :IJ I- -. - V. ,bg-g.i.',"Q'315,-.7--fQl'33.ml,--1?-UL ff' -, K-jylf: .-4, 'f...1' --- V' .1 A .' In Q l , '- , Q11-,."1.l.: -12p-sg-21' ,"fifsg-- 1 lin, 11 I :i w 1 : . . I 1 Q s Ii -' f x J I . s n I ' I f. aa. , 4. .- f' ' 4 "l :'i':'-"':-ra 5 "K 2 5-4 E. i 1 I ..w 4.1:- vw: fn ,- ARTEMISIA :A ee we Harem U. OF N. SAGEBRUSH T OR the past thirty-eight years the University of Nevada Sagebrush has been on this Campus, mir- 1 1 l roring student life and acting as a bond between all l branches of University activity. Beginning as a semi- , monthly paper, existing upon a very weak Hnancial basis, the Sagebrush has developed into a strong six-page weekly, T ' on special occasions reaching as high as ten or twelve A 1 pages. The Homecoming editon of the past year con- 'ld , V I 5 tained sixteen pages. Q y 5 f 1 l .V The principal change in the paper for the 1930-31 51,5 l lrly: HARVEY DONDERO 4 Editor-in-Chief ' as in former editions. The moving of the offices. this year T year has been in the use of eight columns instead of seven 1' 1 this year from the top deck of Stewart Hall to the old chemistry building has been T ll .l particularly fortunate as it has given a great deal mo-re space to work in, made possible ! E ' more privacy, and particularly has done away with the former three-story hike to the t A I r 1 l I I fli II 1 gi lm ii :- I J, top of Stewart. 1 ' . ' . . . 5 l ,lql ln policy this year's Sagebrush has attempted to render real service to the Student jGl1Q I 1 . . , , e f 1 1 Body and to the University as a whole. Cooperation and construction have been the 1 I l - . . . , 5 1 l ' hywortls of those in charge of the paper. Criticism has been included among the editorial items of the Sagebrush when it has seemed necessary, but for the greater part f l such articles have been avoided unless some direct benefit could be foreseen. From f both the editorial and the business standpoint the past year has been successful. 1 if 5 I 1 ..--M 16. , ,VT my tl 1'11 1 1 111 ' l , 1 l lx 1 lil ll . , l 1 . 3121 'U 1 T81 111 T. li ill 1 ' " le f 1, 1- , 0 1 I 4 1 Jackson Carman Mahana Sheerin '- 2 -::3.."W":"l Qm,z3gf'vgg111g-as s N -ee-- ee----H'--aa -- -T . , XLXQEI-E 15 K -l H e . s 15..--a. Q,,i1'Z1Ti'f"j.1L31T,illilla-.115'-?-"ig S? if gg ii F.. .. . . -. g S E """ 51021 ' A, U W 1 9 3 1 Q E 1 1 181 1 bgwf E RTEMISIA '4 m I , -Z i. , in 1 1 ,U E? iq? ,. J: 5 1 9 3 1 wi N X ,. W - If , , A . . , , -,..-.., -,, S- 4qg " ' WWF' L Fade I--A gjgf ' Q Q A 3 U. or N. SAC-EBRUSH Q Harvey Dondero A ------ Editor-in-Chief 0 I i Nick Basta ------- Business Manager I , 'in E J EDITORIAL ASSOCIATES g ,i - if Joseph Jackson ------- Assistant Editor , 11 ' if Lois Carman - - - VVomen'S Editor pi Howard Sheerin - - - Night Editor it Q lf? Margaret Ede ----- - News Editor g Bruce Thompson, Ken Johnson A - - Sports Editors NFCK BASTA VN Rose Mahana ------- Society Editor Business Manager JUNIOR EDITORS ' I 1 I I' I Frances Armbruster Margaret Fuller Lucie King I 5 I A Katherine McCormack ' JUNIOR MANAGERS Q 4 i . . i 3 5 Robert Merriman Dwight Leavitt John Wil1tCl'S MP i 1 ' i gg Mp: I I A Eli if i . - ig if ' I 5 Leavitt Merriman Winters Stone X Ai I I 1 ,, Q is Q Sos, W irti I.. I S 1 r ' if if 1 i 1 xr!!! L .1 E ai ' ,II f. 'III I fy I Q Io ll .Lf 4 t W, , 5, - I Ii C N , -M 1 1 A H M: it ,:22ff.411224g15' 11 "' ' N . f'z:?iLi.r'.f I ,,,- ",A- -f-':f,-1.i....a ii'TjgjQ3l'i+ V I Q'-4 1--II ' N' ' : I , ,W .I ,fs,? II 1 I I I 'I I Wu II I L johnson I Ede Thompson McCormack Ar I i S Fuller U. OF N. SAGEBRUSH mhruster King I NEWS STAFF Blanche Lucas, Katherine Wright, Blanche Crosby, Dorothy Rose, Charlotte Hood, H . I oward Umber, Ina Johnson, Al Seellger, Florence Hamlin, Helen Jenkins Ned I ' M h . . . .III c ore ouse, Gladys Morr1s, Bernadine Cuplt, Darrell Reed, Margaret Rawson, Myra ' Sauer, ,Iea S F I ' n auer, rank Walters, Hannah Peterson, Frances Smith, Mary McCul- loch Jack Willia H l , ms, oyce Scruggs, Nevada Solari, Elizabeth Carpenter, Hazel Davis. , SPORTS STAFF Merle Atcheson, Andy Walker, Ted M Tilfxbw uw:rrwy,.sM-.,.m....,.a .V - oore, Keith Lee, julia Baldini, Marion Iones. I , II- ,Yr ve, , w, ' I ri I i I i Ir I I I I I u I I 1 I J .L ii I 1 .', .5 1 7 rf ' I I f . 'I I I I sl sf I ,A I, I I I T IJI' Qt, W I K f If 2' ,-I - H4 . I II 5 'II l .I IVI I I4 III 5 ' I 5 I I I f I I L3 I :I I gI Ie, I I YI fi II .cl I 5 .I I vI I l I ?I I . Q- I 5,3 if , Af? I I , III Q , I I I .i15I II I .1 Iii f I Z: 'I .1 I I, ,Iwi V- In .,.- . II 1 I ' I1'I I -I I I , A .I I s , I, . 2 F , 'tl I I I, 3 I., IIIII I 1,3 1 rx ' ' 3 r. If E i I i . , , I f . I Z I f 5 I 1 I I 1 ' E I I I I I I : I I ' I I I I I . I , I a 4 I A I A , I ' 1 I Q I II' all I I Q Ili I P Ir ' K I 1 E 3 ll 'V . I V' tif: n V ILXUS . I xyq IIQIQ . IE. It Ifgrs eff Milf ,tak 1.-I Em e I I ijt. 'I , '- 5 , x J QCII " I III" - IVIIIII I , II I' '1 If I "I II Ll: I II ' I III ,fx I I Y' IN VN I itil I I JN I U i IIII. W ' eg gl se, I El 'I I: I J Y ..... ,....,... - A V4 g 'I ---1-v. rucneson Bfld' ' f , , . , I III' Ii Hood, Hloorier 'ifiliflilili Cm.PCmC"- Second Rffwf Cwsby, laws, EPPCl'S0'lv Hamlin' Hfmlt I t .Tv I QIEQI ' CWI' JGHIUHS, .l0hUS0f'1, Jones, Lee, Lucas, M:u'iani, McCulloch. if D M . I:-gL I gl xy, a - , MJ l X9 , A M wig? A of 4, 'K to 'TQ fx L-':""'A I 5.4 1 .., f ,T sts? ff' .,., . " ' ' f --f - f Y, 2 ,,,. A- , -.,- MT I Gi?-' .fi TI ' Q JD :gl 55 VIC f "'A -:LL "-- iTg.,,af5l?5QT3 .... 11'fffL3fF"fTl? ?fQi'Z55f5"ff "S-I, f l 15Q --1 i 'TTNV a.a-....,.,,f.h,rg, fTf"""' "'M '+V--'H V -Tf' -:wif-. a-M-1.4, - --e- 5. ' rg f :iii LQ LLP? j::fjL"3 has I Ve- U I S tl' ' Mer- 'le I-----,aaa-lv, I,.1?afrggfslsaif-iiif"'F1,9 Q-1-,,ggj'i,, me' N All--I-ee' a f " XS' Y ""mi'i 'h""L"' PM . " ' -fn --' ting: I LX-II I' QILITIXIIVI li 1 04 r 7 M l MI 'JI II I I ,I If II 1' E51 k NWXX kv.:- BELSXX A .4 Q 1. P I YI 'il I RTEMISIA ll I 5 r P n Elf by l. , El 1 1 5. tg I me at 1 ' ftfgitffll-sjV5on'i 57 '-"E EClC1Cy Gansherg Koerner Nnnnini Rotholtz Russel Vonslld U. OF N. SAGEBRUSH SOCIETY STAFF Parnell Balthazar Ethel Hansen ART STAFF John Mariani Edgar Qlson Raymond Hooper BUSINESS STAFF Adelyn Rotholtz, Chris Gansberg, Kistler Rivers, Harvey Vonsild, Charles Koerner, Grey Eckley, Leo Nannini, Lowell Russel, lVlarian Stone. First Row: Moore, Morris, lvlorehouse, Olson. Second Row: Peterson, Rnwson, Rose, Sauer UQ, Sauer fM.l, Scruggs, Seeliger. Third Row: Smith, Umher, XVZllliL'l', VVnlterS, VVilli:1mS, NVilSon, VVright. C S QQD E-11 K I' i. X ...i , , w a I 1 I 9 3 1 ww RTEMISIA 1 W L- W 't Q E NEVADA DESERT WOLF V HE DESERT WOLF first appeared on the Nevada Campus in the Fall of l923, and since that time has existed as a quarterly publication of the A.S.U.N. At its founding, the magazine was intended as a combined literary and comic publication, but in the course of its growth, has gradually moved away from the l field of letters until it remains solely as a humorous maga- A zine. r r 1 The purpose of the Desert Wolf is to picture the light- . E er side of student life. All eliiort in its composition is wr1.L1.-im llIiRlSER'l' bent toward bringing smiles and laughs to its readers. ll'm"r'l"'Cl'l"f The only deviation from this policy is to be found in the editorial page, where attempts at constructive suggestion are made. As a Campus publication, the Desert Wolf offer l f s an out et or undergraduate literary and artistic talent. ln its pages may be found the drawings, and short and long stories of students. lt offers a field of training if C ' l g o 1 practica nature in magazine work to those interested in this branch of business. l"ew changes have been made in the magazine during the present year. In typography and make-up, it is identical with that of the preceeding volume. Its con- tents were altered to include somewhat longer stories than those appearing in its unmediate predecessor and a more Jerso al h , I na touc was allowed contributors. i l I ' s v ': . - si -' ' - , . nrt Rt xi Antler tn. Baird, Llark, Conn Second Row: Davis, Epperson, Gregory, Third Royvj Jackson, Mariani, McCormack, Riggby. ' 'P XQQQDBEQQ-Elissa-.f,,,if-s3fEgef3?i33f,Lgf? qqgn, I EI 1061 1 9 3 1 .,,-- al' l 5: f 5 F fl- 'r .A lf li la 2 'wa ai' 's ire: :ill 232 Eli 'Ti :I l l 151 v , aig- i , 5 1 I 1 l : ' : ill' .V sf: A 1-F5 ii Q M5 gil .ALA ibi W? E g 1 . 5 4 r fc' lr '.l Al 1 , . ' I s El .1 A, Nl , -E i i 1 nl l i : .I I if 2 if M l 5' l F 'i T 1, 3 ! I Q yi f rs l mf i n RTEMISIA we-2 ' S er NEVADA DESERT WGLF E William Herbert ---- - - EditOy-in-Chief Clayton Byer - Walter Clark Anne Gregory . oe ggkgon Betty Anderson - Business Manager EDITORIAL STAFF Doris Conway ulian Epperson ART STAFF George Davis John Mariani . CLAYTON BYER HOW2LYd R1gSDy Busness Manager B USIN ESS STAFF Katherine McCormack, Walter Bell lVlary Baird Hufrh Cooper Wilbur Hannibal Ted Moore Ed Reeanzone Adelbert States, William Norton SECRETARIAL STAFF Louise Gastanaga Mae Vuieh d R GlSf1U1'l Hannibal Moore Recanzone. I'liird R V: First Row: Bell Cxrdinal COOPCF- 595011 ml: I g States Norton Vuicli. 1, ll ll J' Oli 4 . i 1 P' D Q, ' - ftp , as., I -. f'7? ?4fiirIffiEEP2fQfQif is lf, T I ' E! 9 3 107 KVI l 1 REE rariimism , as -IOSICPII .y.ixcKsoN Director Joseph Jackson - Mary Baird - Nt-va Shaw - - Geraldine Bingaman THE A. S. U. N. NEWS BUREAU EEPING in mind the slogan "It Pays To Ad- vertise", which the A.S.U.N. News Bureau adopted when it was founded in 1927, the Organization has this year broadened its activities to include the sending of hundreds of news stories to every newspaper in Nevada and the leading papers in California. The volume of news concerning athletics has been offset with an equal volume concerning dramatics, debate, and personal items concerning all forms of student activi- ties. Special efforts have been made to let Nevadans know what is going on in their own state institution. NEws BUREAU STAFF ' -----------Director - Women's Manager - - - News Editor - - - Secretary REPORTERS ' -lohn Brooks Julian Epperson Charlotte Hood Jean Mclntrye .-Xudrcy Coates Abigail Hackett Blanche Lucas Holyce Scruggs I i First Row: Adamson, Baird, Bingiman, Brooks. Second Row: C . oates, Epperson, Hackett. Third Row: Hood, MCIMYTE, Sffllggs, Shaw. o ::e.g f W.. av-4,...... ' ll? di, may W -:1:..-.g::.4i tt .ag 1931 IJ Ei! ll 4 igif Hi! V , sl ' f is ll IW l s A ii gi N E Mew El if ,,, P: I ' iii . FE l IE. ' Egg 45. X 'zq i ,id , a 7 E 3: J I : : - : EH if' EYE ali lil CF' 1 i . ij ST? 'Q i I . 1 .pl 1 i .i 59,2 le lpgtj ' .E r ll PT if 5.32 li l Hi 5 ??i si Nui 1 e ' 4- 1 fit I l 'SE' 5 E . 1 si t' i 5 5 ' I E .. .L 11 I, A rr B W l le 1, . fi I A l I L 1 NY , -'-.5 v t, i hw Tl ' 1 l l Q Alrtflllilfllovld. ' fl X. I . 1 E 3'i 7 l l iii 1 ' 3 2 . 'z 1 ifif i y , ,i ,i 1 , , l i, N. if'i5iT ,, a -Y f mv . "' " -, a lf'-QBRXTV if-"'fZf T7 W'QF1iff"Eiiw -aglsfei' ' ag-, f ' ' '- ' f- '-rem 3- .f -te as-fit 'iii : WAX PUBLICATIONS BOARD I 1 fx K H5 HE Publications Bo-ard is a standing committee of iii the A.S.U.N. It is composed of the Editors and Business lVlanagers of the three University Publications, 37 the director of the News Bureau, and tvwo representatives Llp' elected from the student body. The purpose of the board I 2 ' - - . . . li' igl is to deal with the problems connected with publications. , 12 it . . il One of the prime functions of the board has been to ti T' - - . . IQQK. preserve a feeling of good will between the University liffif ,i : 5 . 'i Alla: and the business men o-f Reno through the control of the ,il i - - . , . X l' sale of advertising by students in the name of the Univer- . Ml, l S - f - Wi sity. Phe board also acts as an advisory group to any CLAYTON BYER l l S1I1glC IT1CII1bCI'. I Chairman 45 A . . ' . . . . . il T I In contrast -with its business duties, the Publications Board undertakes a social i il 5 rogram on a small scale durin the ear. It is customar I for the board to have three or ,- i . g P e g Y 5 5 four banquets during the year to supplement the ordinary business meetings. f f r . . . . . i The board also acts as the committee in charge of the annual dance given iointly -tx! U . . . ' ' i by the three publications and the News Bureau, for staff members. This dance has , , i been known as the Press Mardi Gras in past years, but this year, due to a faculty ruling I f 2 , , , , ' . . .' til? abolishing all costume affairs, it was necessary to substitute a formal dance in its place. I i ' 2 if I Other functions of the Publications Board this year have been, the publication of T a Homecoming Day Souvenir Program, and the revision of the part of the A.S.U.N. , constitution dealing with publications. itll llifixi M .M ' 5 4 Q y W i y 5 ii l lift ll i Q Z , ill, 1' " 1 ll if 1 tp 1 at i y i lv fl ' : ' il X g ig N f'l , ll First Bow: Rasta, Dondero, Herbert, Jackson. Second Row: Mahana, Sllcclilh Smith, Yvllson- i 7i'iii,: "":'l' l 24.1, K 1+-i -..-, -V-H' 7:11. lFf"4,., L- r i, , - A W , ' 4. -.. W- A-at-V ' " ' T Sfflagrsir 'f" Q"'ii"i'?fffTf3QQf J i A ' 55537 ii evzsffj, g,L.i:1--,.., .. rrrififisg-, Vfffgre-re-'erfr 111' lg-LQ wifi?-?'Qst 41 iff :ir +4 . Q Q, ee 1' age - -. . P K 'i - 'S'-4-f gtngwli wii 3. . ig..' f'..."rigffg1fi- i- ! . i .- -- h V lf' fig? ,fx 47, , ' lliryfitl f ff if I 1 09l " , XA-! ilfilf.: I '1 fi RTE ISIA W QS V e - ,gy 4 QnQ,.QQ.,Q.-,, l""f'.i-. T fff.,5.f:'Qze:f9 El 'A'-' gag? l THE 1931 ARTEMISIA tion, and artistic appeal, and at the same time keep the cost within certain definite limits. lnidedicating the 1931 Artemisia to Mr. Clarence Mackay we have attempted to show how much his gifts i have meant to the progress of the University. No better Way could be found to stress this fact than to build our entire book, cover to co-ver, upon a Nevada campus idea which, when carried out, would naturally show how im- Editor-in-Chief portant Mr. Mackay's donations have become in our col- lege life. In carr in out this basic cam. us theme we have used a t we of art work some- e 1 Y g W P YP what different than any used prior to this time. In combining drawings and paintings of our campus with the conventional opening messages and divisional headings we have eliminated the view section as a separate part of the book and believe that we have more closely linked together our entire plan of arrangement and theme. Due to this elimina- tion of the scenic section and to the eliminatio-n of all organizations unab-le to pay for h . t eir panels of last year, we have beenvable to reduce the size of the book toithree hun- FRANCIS SMITH dred and sixteen pages. We have now reached the point in our work wfhere we must stand to- o-ne side and wonder whether or not our ideas have been successfully presented. Student comment forms the final test of the excellence of a yearbook, so, as the staff ends its long grind d an another Artemisia goes to press, we can only hope for favorable response from the student body. n-.uf-w.,...a..,.., . , ' l HE ARTEMISIA, as the yearbook of the Uni- versity of Nevada, attempts to outline the happen- nings of the school year, both through pictures and words. In so doing, it is the task of the editor and business. man- ager to put into the book originality, mechanical perfec- r. r ,QGQQ9 A I lid B .4 2 l s fl I 1 4 . 1 ,li ' l Wi EQ! :fi it, gi ', .25 si? QQ lil 11 if! Fai? 5,44 of i Elf f Ei: ig i 'ii ' we , i iff . 4 Q . . . . 1 1 i . if . :il if si 1504? lit iii i 5 5 I iz? e-if ..g VF ,vi .-' i 1 . 5 ,ff i i ffl f 3 f ii EE L35 J f i 3 3 if. 1 -- ' it I Y , 1 I 1 IT ' , ,. i y . I I ' I -M First Row: Walker, Foster. Second Row: Harlan, Hilborn, Mariani. f - i' ' -55 Kaos 5- M- + QQ, 53 EW E l 1 i .-1 h A i 1 P1101 1 9 3 I . . - l 1 L el ' '1 .13 2.5 -qi ARTEMISIA 5 ef EE11 -- E F F' F M' "" 9 ,.i,jfv ,gg THE 1931 ARTEMISIA 19, 1 F F I 1 4 Francis R. Smith - - EditOr,in,Chief Ffifl VV- VVHSOH ' - I Business Manager Lucie King - Fred Foster - Frances Hilborn Elbert Walker John Harlan - John Mariani Harold Taber Fred Weeks - Helen Montrose EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS Personnel Editor Activities Editor -' - Qrganizations Editor - Studio Editor - Photographic Editor - - - - Art Editor BUSIN ESS ASSISTANTS SECRETARIAL STAFF FRITZ WILSON Business Manager - Copy Mana er Contract Manager Louise Gastanaga Myra Sauer ' Natalie Lipman Frances Smith Margaret Walts E lmrst Row: Tfiber Weeks. Seco nd Row: Gflstnnfng L.PITl'lI1 W1ltS Il if lg' 3'- 'i 12 il ,, l C 1 f Ze ng ' L 5-3 9 3 p 111 V ARTEMISIA Y i 1 A H I r , X Tay., p,:4i, ggiit .P W Al THE 1931 ARTEMISIA EDITORIAL STAFF Donald Atcheson Frances Millar Julia Baldini Ted Qverton Gordon Burner Dorothy Rose :il Walter Clark Verna Selmer in Virginia Cole James Settlemeyer William Gilmartin Howard Sheerin Ethel Hansen Catherine Slavin '5 Q Katherine Ligon Lucile Stone V f. Rose Mahana Marian Stone i Il Mary lVIcCulloch Bruce Thompson ' V Frances McGill Fern Wittwfer Jack Wright ii lil if i 41' IIL' Tiff llf X i 'lg 0 , E1 .ii F'StR':.-X-h-5 1" ,, . 'r Row: Sheerin, Slzivin, Smiyth, Stone f,L.J?Srton, Rose, Sauer, Selma-'. Settlemeyel Foulth tone UVIQ, Thompson, VV1ttwe1 Wiight islam 1f-f---:Q at " to e - ee--ew 11.-P Q ,TNjT1Qj1'L1T.jg1ilgQ, QL ii f112j 1 9 3 1 Q-I 1 I ' A v'- Jql i 5 .ii l L , x 22 ffg v S., Q A R T E 1 S nt S -- S W S -' .1 A ' 'Q' -1.1-4 fi44,g,.g.41"f'.1'r" 'f7f:T.,..5Q''ff-iii? 'T If ,mu , F i .-.-. Y- ' V. ' nl - f gg THE 1931 ARTEMISIA i f q BUSINESS STAFF lil li E Frances Barnes Charles Nichols Q Donald Brown Beatrice Patterson QP Carl Connely Margaret Purdy , Chris Gansberg Adelyn Rotholtz ,ga f Jane Harcourt Jean Sauer Lionel Jasper Neva Shaw Laurence Kearney George Southworth Edward Movntgomery Sessions Wheeler Vera Zadow '!: r 5 l . l 4 l , I k B 5 T 2 QE l Q 5 ' 11? lr l l i f . 3 ' First Row: Barnes, Brown, Conncly, Gfmsbcrg' Hmicom-ti SccglnfilvvRSJoNulhisf1lJtZ?Vllqh 1 y Zllliiow NicholS, Patterson: Purdy- Third ROW: Rotholtzl Suuel, L , -Zi'--rr Q .S at e S -'--e V- --i- 'e"t'fi,3i:gi:::1g.'ii' Q ' E91 m 'i','1iTvQi-'it-gp,g:ifi:T:'r'i2g11e ..., ,,.,t,-t.,,...a.,s r,.,...,- 1 9 3 I H131 HERE is a mask of tears and a mask of laughter in the tiring room of every man who breathes, and none who watch him may know, nor may he know himself, from what the parting curtains reveal, what the closing shall conceal, nor from the mask of the first act which mask he shall wear in the last. The drama of living, wihose end we cannot know, brings to be, within us, a thirst for that of which we may know the all, and manly among us have given their time and their strength that we might slake that thirst. Violins and voices, voices in song and in speech Y lulling us to- forgetfulness or Waking us to realiza- tion, have come to us across the footlights. Aware f . o 'our inability to fully repay our debt in any Words J we, in gesture of recognition, dedicate this section of our book to those who came before -us on the t b . . s age, ringing wisdom, pageantry, and song. srat li ff ei -is LSE, .Kgs xx '3 , ,fl ' fq 'F' f I J K ,Q ll X 5 W 1 0 -my 1 1 Q '1Q W.. Q '31 - K' ,. x, N 11 'r ,ff A -. 'x -If 41,4-, fMfj:',,6 , -. 3 ,,w-5,1-fe.'W'-f-xy, f ,, 'yi'-.-,.i4'.Lc,gL5gg :LK gn I I ff., ' " V' 7 - 5 , 1 W 'w"f'f'2?, , ' f 1 W A ai s -1 - ..1. 5 Aw. ,... -g ....-ff f d , ..,. gg V -Y ,A -. , 1.-Q - ,fly , ' . 4" "fr ' 5 . 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F ig' vl l 1 .5 1 ff' -- .. s s , s a Tfrfif-gl?" - i f if r a r . ----A--ff ---" l "Z-A-fmt' T23 t A In ,,..,. J--vs A--M . 'TLKTN , gg V ' "' CAMPUS PLAYERS Q T- HE difficult role of financial head of the Campus l dramatic organization was filled, this year, by Stan- 15,1 Sundeen. As general manager he faced the task of re- l Storing financial conditions to their former bright state. . A well organized stall, covering all lines of dramatic - . management, was used by Sundeen to bring about the 1 .' highest degree of efiiciency in the season's productions. Advertising, publicity, music, stage, properties, costumes i 3 ': ip i and other divisions of work necessary for the success of a 'l' l fl " l production were handled by individual members of the D i staff, under the direction of the general manager. He A , l W'as aided by junior managers who were seeking to suc- lf 1' STANLEY SUNDEEN ceed to the office of general manager next year. As they Af . Managel' receive all of the work of a production and none of the L glory, the importance of the managerial stall to Campus productions cannot be over- in l . - . , 3 ,ye p, estimated. Withotit them the show would never go on. ii, y flag I l .x i I I ' 1 if l 5 if STAFF FOR CAMPUS PLAYERS 5? f ' QE f Director - - - Wm. Kelly Collonan lVlanager - - - Stanley Sundeen If . Assistant Director - - Leland Sidwell Promotion - - Fred Trevitt 5. Advertising - - - - Joe Jackson Stage - - - Don McKay iQ I Publicity - - William Herbert Properties - - Wyman Evans f Technical - - Harold Taber Carpenter - - Charles Nichols i i Music ------ Ray Hackett House ------ Kent Ingalls 3 ' 5 ASSISTANTS: Edgar Olson, George Hunter, George Shogren, Kenneth Schoonberg. SCRIPT: Fredrica Lippman, Betty Saxton, Josephine Knowles. ,ig t f ' ' ' ll I i I i 54, E . . . ,ri '-my-,EW iv, l . U r i lr li 9 Zi,- fl 'E ' 'llll ig . . j i ! 2' -' ll l i l i W i iii i f if if I t iggl Q I . lii l ' ' Q lil l Q25 if, V' 5 L' ' it Zi-A i ' . ' Q ' - N 1 l . 1 l E l il i 1 1 lm McKay Nichols llll'l'X'lU , I ,' ' + E t me-D s S A r X .-.... .. .... .... . .. ..... ,... A- a . - -' D161 L W ' """ --f "'T"ti3mmT:::i4.T...'-f-r115Qs..L51mzla1kx:- l93l M Q Wa RTEMISIA Ill! ,, ,,,.A A, at ' r +A---V 3--in -- CAMPUS PLAYERS r 6711 QILLIAM KELLY COLLONAN can point to his first year of direction at Nevada 'isa ver C C C Y successful one. Seeking to carry on the work of Edwin Duerr, last year's director, in bringing about the cultural cooperation of players and audience, the combined efforts of himself and his staff have been fruitful. Faced by the necessity of having to curtail productions, on account of financial reasons, only two plays each semester were produced. The first semester saw "The Whole Townls Talking" and -"The Racketl' played be- fore Reno audiences. The second semester started off With the presentation of "Go Easy Mabel," which Was followed by the Mask and Dagger production, "Taboo," the season. The latter fittingly closed a successful year. WM. KELLY COLLONAN Director comprising the last play of One of the most important dramatic movements on the Campus this year was the laying of the plans for a convention of co-llege dramatic clubs at Nevada next year. While they are here the representatives of the clubs Will be the guests of Campus Players and Mask and Dagger. Royalties, releases, and other matters pertaining to University productions will be discussed. Another innovation of the l930-31 season has been the sponsorship of Univer- sity plays by the XXth Century Club. This means that forty-three people of the city have been directly interested in the Work and Welfare of dramatics at Nevada. Their help and support has been of much value to the thespian cause of the University during this past year. l 11 ., P4 i l II il l i B , T if il 'li iii? f .-J S5 ,iii lil -if : I W ilkbiyg 5,1 Q .ir 1 2 i 1 ,, ijt I 4 . 1 I l I lie i l. el 11 R, il 3 ini, P ii if ll at - Taber iierhci-r Jflcksfm SMWCH "eeeer I f -ett ' ':iJTf13iLiQ'gLi:3g.T 3? -':l32,,,,,mmw,,,g gasfliliiffffflfff' -Le A... i ,fi-- --A-'Aw-i e--1 New - I 9 3 1 i D171 RTEMISI as ' '1 fm? NTT ttail f QQBX -P "THE WHOLE TOWN'S TALKING" ff HE WHOLE TQWN'S TAL-KlNG,,' a splendid comedy by Anita Loos and John Emerson, was the first play staged by Campus Pla ers this ear and Y Y 1 incidentally the first Nevada play 'directed by William Collonan-. Written to make the bl' l pu ic augh, the play was enacted in a way that did credit to the director's first effort, and to the work of the cast. Cast in this first production were several favorites of-the Campus stage of former l p ays, as well as many new actors who were making their initial performance. Byron O'Hara proved his ability to- take either serious or comic roles by enacting that of a hen-peeked husband. Julian Epperson, appearing on the stage for the first time, took the part of Chester B' 1 inney, a small town rube, who secured the heart and hand of the heroine and kept the 'audience in a continual uproar. Margaret Martin, also in .her first Campus play, carried the leading women's role with astonishing ease. Gwen Pierson as 0'Hara,s n ' . , . agglng wife, upheld her reputation as a comedian, built up in past years. Minor roles WCFC 'f2lkCH by VLou and Dan Trevitt, John Mariani, Louise Casta- naga, Dorothy Johns B ' ' , ernice Blair, Blythe Bulmer, and Qscar Bryan. "THE WHOLE TOWNTS TAL KINGU in aww-'-ew ek-s C ....,.t H ,. so .. Q emeiH'N-ee9me?ff1i'f1iTf1i'1f2fr,1.i1fa:zvzg H181 1931 l l . x 1 I H. fill! im 'x 4 .U '.:li X yt. till fy' in lift H .... X if Y y. iw JlMllM.lmQll . .. ..--M-----. ,.-...M P Ni it iw Egklll LQ k IW. il W1 W is l li ii THERAGKETH ll ' . 5 i I ITH onl one Woman in a cast of nineteen the last la of the Fall-semester . ,. Y P Y gj' was presented at the Granada theatre. "The Racket," a story of crooked Q Q politics, staged entirely in the atmosphere of a district police court, was Well received f by its Reno audience. The setting of the cold, unadorned district police station Was i executed in the realistic style ofthe modern stage and did mguch to carry out the grim ' . tone of the story. wp Outstanding in the Worth of the play as Written by Bartlett Cormack, were a t if variety of character portraits. Among these Were: The leading role of Captain Mc- fi- ' Qui ff, la ed b B ron 0'Hara Who showed the hardboiled but human olice ca - T. .SOPY Y Y Q l P .IP li A tain in the li ht of a stron and out-standin character. 0'Hara was forced to divide is g. .g .g. . . . if 3 the honors of audience interest and appreciation in this play With Joe Risley, Who took 2 r the part of Nick Scarsi, the venomous gangster leader. Standing out in strength of characterization was Dorothy Johns, playing the part of Irene Hayes, the show girl. f y Q. Howard Rigsby, appearing in a play for the first time onthe Nevada Campus, played .Wd the art of an unso histicated idealistic ounv re orter. The fat slovv-mo-vinff desk y Wit P P 1 i Y Q, P 1 u o . pl il l sergeant was aptly portrayed by Bill 0'Shaughnessy. One of the most difficult roles in - .4. the Whole play, that of an intoxicated reporter, was Well played by Walter Clark. The l si' iii . pax .li .!- i" iv ,, .L 1 3 , 2? fl iii 1- iws Q Ei "" F IYQ3 T ll L.. 1 ll 3' 5 ff' 1 'i part of the third reporter Was taken by Elmer Maiden. "-1"'i'Tf',ff1'?3! V, fF.,' yo I 1, ., il fg if al Q L11 at 'A . iff Y . if 'i WW i , . i i lf: li 5 K ' ' . 'f !f .5 fi E. lf! . H , I f "THE RACKETH si ' g . ,F -.WAX A f-----H M -Wa - -T . c- .- ..,. - . H -....-.-.. ...,a...-..-a-- g ,f3:'f-,, , , -- aa P-W--Q1 'Z - "w"'y ""' f" ' ' "B '71-f":"' - -Y f--- - if 47 Y 'AMHNM .IA',..,p , .. .,.,..:, .... A.. .. .- V--...W-.----l1B'C'f.-M Q-'FN' V sl"'TgT1Bx!l"'x . " 1 ' 5' Y " wi ' li ""f7'fT X X g2l?,f47f2.gifff . . ff,.L,9!.fli1:'iii'-V,.f1l5:SfQQ.f.f'f. "R'g-..- Lf. P- W- ,:Q.Q.7Zif51- T'f1Sgye'J'-fe' X I i M-- , fy-.-....a ,lK1g - V -..Lf ,ML . A.l-i"-fff-'-f'-41f- 'H-' ' iH'A"""" dy - ' --- . it I 'flu 'gl I - ' Ju 'S-I pl 'I ,A iff jj ' 1 U, ,al ii J 1 i an s P, 5 l . + a 3 E I I . i l L 1 i 1 1 i 1: L. . ,Qi Ti 5 E i , 2 i ,. 1 ?. all fl l if li z 1 1 5 .1 'i 1 ' s i I 5 fi T E lvl l S l A -- 1-- I , g V M ADW -I , A A , -.-.-.-.. fgbgv "'r411:zr1- 'ez'-221 Z ' i aggwmaw' --VW-ei'f"'ef rr r .Z?r.f'Q"ff.j"Q""' if was . E-Qziewil El K--S-A--f W rf Q ws, 77 P: ' 'i "GO EASY MABEL ' as D Q EASY MABEL,', the first production 'of the second semester, was 3 spirited comedy of the tribulations in the life of a young married couple, , Full of wise cracks and comical situations, the play, although not particularly good, 2 l accomplished its purpose of entertaining and amusing its audiences, and was appreciated Pi, by the Campus and the downtown public. n H? The plot of the play developed out of the decisions of. bcithyhusband and wife, who E' 1 were really very much in love with each other, that their oxe was cooling and that i ' ,Y Something had to be done about it. So both resorted to the same means of restoring the ' l E spice to their married life-jealousy. The wife, Maliel, found a subject right at hand QE' Q , when her best friend offered the use of her fiance, and the husband advertised for a II E s l , . . - Vg a stnographer, having been advised that stenographers were just the thing needed to re- A H awaken the dying emlbers of love in his w1fe's heart. Thus the action starts that almost ' i Q ' ll ends in disaster and disillusionment for both, but finally ends happily after the in-laws ly l l f . appear on the scene and decide to take a hand. ln l ' V Bryce Kincaid and Florence Frohman gave the best performances in their respec- ' p Ml tive parts, the former as the well-meaning fiance and the latter as the hard-working, gli 5 gum-chewing and very mercenary stenographer. Kincaid seems to have a natural bent il? Q fi i for comedy, and Miss Frohman's stage presence as well as her southern drawl, added a ' ' 1 great deal to her part. ' ,LJ ly! Hannah Peterson, as the wife, gave a great deal to the play. Personality, poise, 11 g experience and understanding of her part were responsible for her success. l 1 . Mae Vuich, who is new' in campus performances, gave a fine interpretation of jf . Qi, A. l y Mabel's girl friend, and gave just the right touch of light sophistication to her part. She I 1 1 f promises a-great deal in future productions. . -1 Howard Rigsby's part of the jealous husband was more indiiferently played than p. previous parts, but, nevertheless, he put it over the footlights. f P 3,3 , i pg, . Blythe Bulmer presented another farcical character, appearing as the hen-peck.in-g 5,376 M . wife and a dictatorial in-law. The part was genuinely funny and Migg Bulmer, experl- ' , v e enced in thisitype of character delineation, gave it all it was worth. pl , 1 .The minor roles were played by Carman Rogers and Harry Crosby, who gave Q ' Q , creditable performances. L if ' J g h li Q ' f' 'E ? 1 Q 2 T y gi, ' 5 . 9 5 l i f I 5 5 1 l 1 - ' .3 l i ,. 1 X I i 5 i ll T ' i sg 1 , 1 F--ve .i..' - "GO EASY NIAl!l'Il.'l D-b NS Q 'Q' ' i f A -me " Q Y 3 QE -" 49999 Q95 Q, " T"'i't"' 't" -an---nw -,T .. . T' 'T'l"'W" Q 120 9 3 :Ss f E ' 1 l l l I 3 l l t , t T17 si i raiemism. El '4'-elf:-1594 " 5-QC9 K Q C? WoLvEs FRoL1c p HE eleventh annual Wolves Frolic, with its long and enjoyable program of infinite variety, was one of the best presented in several years. The Frolic Was directed by William Collonan and supervised by Prof. Paul Harwood in the absence of Dean Charles Haseman, who has been the supervisor in past years. The main attraction of the evening was the chorus composed of University co-eds who were trained to near professional perfection under the tutorship of Elmer May- den. The girls appeared at the beginning of the program in a modernistic chorus num- ber and ended the evening With a, doll dance. The chorus Was obviously the best that has ever appeared fo-r the University. "The Evolution of the Love Songf' given by the combined glee clubs, showed the change in song as Well as costume that has taken place over a period of time. This act was topp-ed by the unveiling of a living statue of "The Man With the Upturned Face," with James Henrichs portraying John W. Mackay. 4'Mississippi Nightsf' presented by Alpha Tau Cmiega and Delta Delta Delta gave a combination of Negro and modern songs and tap dancing Worked into a small plot. ' ' The Gamma Phi Beta-Sigma Nu act, "Comstock Daze," a burlesque, was de- signed to recall life in Virginia City during the gold rush days. ' A drill act entitled "Betty Collegians," was presented by Kappa Alpha Theta. The members of this chorus acted in perfect time and unity, and clever costumes added to the individuality of the act. Wally Haines, Embrey Raiford, and Arthur Graham gave a group of synco- pated tunes under the title of "Hot Rhythmi' which was Well received by the audience. Qther parts of the p-rogram consisted o-f piano duets by Abigail Hackett and Nell Lozanog baritone solos by Loran Pease, assisted by Earl Wright and Fred Nagel, a piano and vocal duet by Mary Adeline and Doris Thompson, Which displayed intricate musical talent. Two short interludes, "The Man Who Rode a Horse,', and "Who Found the Match?" concluded the program. From the financial standpoint, this year's "Frolic" was the most successful ever staged. Ticket sales Were managed by Blue Key Fraternity, and the ushering Was con- ducted by the Sagers. DOLL CHORUS, WOLVES FROLIC A I I I I I I I I I. I I I . I l I I I I Z V f r I 1 9 3 I mu ARIEMISIA Grvmggvp i xl 'I l :I I ,vi . I. il? X :Ii fi? lf i iyf ..v 3 5 1 t 1 - -- , f 1 g ' A Q n,,,, ,,,,,,,1,.,. V. fe-3"c--+14 effwm I . L '- LECTURE SERIES "f INCE the establishment in l924 of the Fulton Lecture Foundation in memory of Robert Lardin Fulton, the people of the University and those, not only of 1, Reno, but also of neighboring towns have come to appreciate more and more the won- derful opportunities afforded them to hear well-known lecturers, free of charge. Q J This year under Professor C. R. Hicks, Chairman of the assembly lectures, one of the best speakers in years came to the Campus to lecture. Dr. James Cousins, Irish I poet, educator, and orientalist, delivered the entire Fulton series for the year and in connection with his talks explained and interpreted the paintings which he exhibited in the Library. While o-n his second lecture tourin America Dr. Cousins visited Reno to give a Q series o-f lectures on India. For thirteen years Dr. Cousins has lived in India, co-ming lv, in intimate contact with its cultural life and advancing Hindu art. As an exceptional .y writer Dr. Cousins is placed among the major poets of the times. Books by him include S essays o-n prominent writers, expositions on Hindu Drama, and historical studies of oriental life, as well as many poems. V During his stay here Dr. Cousins exhibited a co-llection of 100 original Water- color paintings. in the Library Seminar. These pictures were painted by thirty living fl Indian artists from various sections of India. The first night, January twentieth, Dr. Cousins spoke on "India, Its People and y Culture." He briefly traced the history of the people and their religion and also dis- puted many facts. that have been accepted as the truth concerning the culture of the race. He outlined the geography of the land, the population, the races, and the religion. Ilii- He said that religion is the fundamental thing in Indian life, the country, being united by its common religious interests. , "The Philosophy of India" wias the subject of Dr. Cousins' second lecture. Reality is the keynote of all Indian thinking and forms an important part in their Phi10S0PhY- TOL1Chir1g upon the views held by the Indians of the universe and science, Pr. Cousins explained that their ideas are extremely complex and unexpectedly correct ln most cases. l' 1 ' .The third of the lectures was on "The Poetry of India." The first part of the iifenglig EWS taken UP' by the Speakerls answering questions concerning Mahatma 1 ' ' UCD . 1, ndia s outstanding leader. Later Dr. Cousins discussed the poetry of the land and disclosed an entirely new aspect of the subject. I One of the most interesting of all talks presented by Dr. Cousins was that one delivered especially for the sttd li' ,lg I ' - I I if fi ODF ,d I GUYS Of the English department of the University. ri ' . . . . Ir 1 d ig mommgv January 'fWffH'Cy-flllrd, he talked on the poetry of his 11at1VC lfllldi e an , ' . l - , , . hum dli1'1'HE the hour he more than ever charmed his listeners with his delightful I or an ' . , .- ris wit. He related several of his own experiences as a leader of the I1lSh zzfffxvf ' Q -ff. feb... .... - ..,. . ,.... , P1221 I 9 3 I RTEMISIA LECTURE SERIES Renaissance, and recited some of his poems, as well as those of the other promoters of the new movement. The last lecture given by,Dr. Cousins was accompanied by slides and pictures illustrating the "Sculpture and Architecture of India." According to- popular op-inion Dr. Cousins Was one of the most interesting and entertaining of the,Fulton Founda- tion Lecturers ever heard. Independent of the Fulton Lecture Series, Mr. Max Radin, who once before visited Nevada, came here again to sp-eak. Mr. Radin is professor of law at the Univer- sity of California and has acquired much fame as a playwrite, law professor, and archeologist. His talk o-n November twjelfth, dealt with the "History of the American Indian." His speech was very interesting as the subject is very closely related to the interests of the people of this State. Mr. Radin traced the development of the Indian race to the time of the discovery of America. i On December fourth, Sir John Adams, noted world educator, came to the Uni- versity. Sir Adams is of the English no-bility and has been knighted by King George for his services in educational lines. He has traveled extensively in America and in his talk on "The Psychology of Mark Twainf' he showed that he clearly understands the psychology of the American people. He quoted Mark Twain 'as saying, "From his cradle to his grave, man never does a single thing which has any first or foremost object but one, to secure peace of mind, spiritual comfort, for himself." About Mark Twain he said, "Tom Sawyer painting the fence is a brilliant example of economic psy- chology and Mark Twain is an all-round psychologist in practical wiays. His admoni- tions come from an optomist, his doctrines more upward." Dr. Anthony Blanks, who last year appeared at the University to speak on O'Henry, presented a lecture this year on Q'Neill on February twenty-sixth. Dr. Blank's presentation of "Eugene O'Neill, Dramatist Extraordinary," was one of the best lectures of the year. He disclosed many unknown facts about the strange and venturesome life of the author, and discussed his merits as the dramatist who intro- duced a new era in playwriting. He stated that in the course of 18 years, dating from his complete failure in 1913, O'Neill, although only forty-three, has already pub- lished fifty plays. Mr. Blanks also gave several readings fro-m 0'Neill's- plays, among them being part of the drama, c'Lazarus Laughs." Under the auspices of the local Y. W. C. A. organization, Miss. Maude Russell visited the campus, and on March 12 lectured on "New China." Miss Russell is a noted Y. W. C. A. worker, lecturer and traveler. She has lived in the Grient for twelve years and isextremely capable of presenting first-hand in- formation about China. The last recital of the year was presented in the form of a lecture-recital, entitled, UA Musical Journey Through Spain." The speaker, Dr. Charles E. Kany, has traveled extensively in Europe, having been awarded a travel fellowship by Harvard Univer- sity. The award provided for studyin France, Italy and Spain. While on his tour, Dr. Kany became absorbed with the folk-lore, customs and music of the Spanish people. Dr. Kany is a talented musician and plays his own accompaniment on the piano and the guitar. For a number of years he has been an assistant professor of Spanish at the University of California. V ' Z m:'9fi'-TT'fffflf11"'fQ1j'.QfLTI'.11ff1l.g.ff.. 39 . 1 9 3 D231 , it , ...... .....,.. , .... ..,,. RTEMISIA5 1 1 . v , - K 3,2 3 K 1 i ,lg .gl xi .fu ti fi: ,:' 3, s l :I ll l! E -v www- 'F ' ',c,Q.Q,.L.l '. E 'Mm' ilifl-ll7llf'.ZfW' F xg .--, - 33 . P g Q ' DEBATE OR the past three years Robert Griffin has been debate coach for Nevada, and during this time in- terest in the activity has.been increasing until this year IL sixteen men and five women have taken part in debating. Pi Before coming to Nevada, Mr. Griffin graduated from ' 53, the Oregon State College at Corvalis. While there, .he was a member of the famous transcontinental debate ' T li in team. He was also a winner of two Pacific ,Coast Orato- y 3 Q" rical contests. ' Q? In the first debate of the year Nevada, represented by . ll ' Granville Fletcher and Guild Gray, upheld the negative 'L if side of the question on free trade for the nations of the fi! VERNON LOVERIDGE world against a team from Weber College. All of the if I Manager season's debates were non-decision meets. J The second debate was on February twenty-fourth. In this-discussion Bruce Thompson and Vincent Casey argued on the negative side of the question: "Resolved, 5 A Q Q F That India should be Granted Immediate Freedom." Both Bruce and Vincent have 'fi had previous debating experience, Vincent having been a member of Oregon State 4 debate team. P 5, E On February twenty-seventh, two squads from Nevada met two from Corvallis. f gi Blanche Lucas and Pearl Romwall took the affirmative viewpoint on the question: iff "Resolved, That Ghandi Has Been a Beneit to India." The men's debate of the series was presented in the afternoon and was broadcast from the Education Auditorium over 5 g KCI-l. The question discussed was: "Resolved, That Alimony, Except in the Case of "1 gh Dependent Children, Should Be Discontinued." William Woodburn and Keith Lee, ,gi " It I both previous collegiate de Jaters, presented the negative arguments in the discussion. . ..... t y fgi i ' E 5 . H l lag E 4 7 - .- 1 l 1 1 : P 2 2 as-. ill l li li . 3 I i Q e ' - K X FH-St ROW: Billing, BVYHU, Christensen. Second Row: Fletcher, Gray, Hood. 5 - J 4 i,'i , , COP' Eg- mn 1931 ' 1 mrmisi l Qm staff-,2+1r1f s'alks D E B AT E r N MARCH THIRD, Dudley Nix and Vernon K Loveridge argued on the free trade question against a team from the Utah State Agricultural College of Logan, Utah. ' Representatives from Simmons University of Mada- line, Texas, also met the Nevada men on the question of free trade. q A tour of California schools was made by William Woodburn and Vincent Casey during the third Week in March. Mr. Griffin accompanied. the speakers. Debates Were held Wfith the University of California at Berkeley, the College of the Pacific at Stockton, Fresno- State Teachers College at Fresno, and the University of South- ROBERT GRIFFIN ern California at Los Angeles. The free trade question was the main topic, but the question: "Resolved, That the Twentieth Century Eman- cipation of Women Has Been Detrimental to the Best Interests of the Nation," was also discussed. Meinbers of the squad Who had not debated during the season met the University of Wyoming and the Brigham Young University speakers on March twenty-second and twenty-fourth. Coach Membersf of this year's team are: William Woodburn, Vernon Loveridge, VValter Baring, Dan Trevitt, Harold Taber, Keith Lee, Granville Fletcher, Dudley Nix, Qscar Bryan, William Gilmartin, Bruce Thompson, Guild Gray, Vincent Casey, Thomas Fay, Jess Christenson, Blanche Lucas, Pearl Romvvall, Fern Wittwer, Char- lotte Hood and VLou Trevitt. V I ' First Row: Lee, Loveridge, Lucas. Second Row: Nix, Romwell, Thompson. 'N U , r,-,-,,: WW ,,A,,,,, ,N ,,AA ,,-.,.,,,,,.,.k,Y....-, ...... ,v,..- 1........w5 -V --- 1- :v,- - --' .Q K 3? ' EMP?.1:::tfi:':iiiiigiiifziixiigpaiififiia U 1931 U25 I , . it it i f MENS GLEE CLUB if T A . - L l NDER the leadership of Professor Theodore H. Q3 Post as director, James Henrichs as president, and T 'kiwi Don Knapp as manager, the lVlen's Glee Club participated ll l in a very ,active year. Concerts were broadcasted, this year, 9 I over KOH, and one under the auspices of Burke and 131' D, 5 5 Short. Proceeds from the latter went toward the purchase fi, . All . . .ll i Qygflf i of kettledrums for the department. A concert in conjunc- 315,63 I t1o-n with the Wo-men's Glee Club was held in Sparks. The T lei ?i Q , t Glee Club cooperated with the various committees during if i . Homecoming Week by singing several numbers in the fl JAMES HENRICHS l .fl , 5 President Wolifes' Frolic and the Bonfire Rally. Two public con- I 5 Q certs, one at the Episcopal and one at the Trinity churches, were given. I A r I . Concerts in conjunction with the Women's Glee Club are being planned to be given in nearby towns. The Spring Concert in which the Glee Clubs, Band, and W, Community Orchestra participate, is being practiced. The outdoor serenade is being 'fi 7g planned, as usual, to be given on the,Lake, during Senior Week. fl? . I , i , I ' - . A . ggi 1 Socially, the club has been very active, holding several dances, and a "stunt, . , I Qi? night," when each new member was obliged to- present a stunt. 1 Q Thus, the club is showing a steady advancement, in all respects. ' T ii l smuf't t"' f "-f' S t ffl .E illlil I 1 ia! ill is? S . E ' .Qt 3 if? 5 Eli i fit .E 'qi- F .ly 1 fs " rf: vice L,1ub Back Row Post Diiecto D 1 , ftvis, Nagel, Noimdn, Sllct, W1sde11, Dunn, Beines, C11 hs Peck, Fryer W1lll1H1S Hooper, Gottschfllk, Shepley FIOINI Row Roby P11111 , GCYCI, Rivers, Morehous K e napp, Mann, Fhuiston, Leavitt 'REX ,.,...J sffwwtig ef fl V X 'ffm LL Sr L 'ff L gh! :fx ' l i 4913 T Q .C itll it 2 ill ' li E i? W' fl i i 5 'll ' y I'lC 7 3 l ' .1 , . C I 1. : C .C .sth ' 'R"Q' "'- -'f t1"' We '---A -1 -'.'- K+-:+R .-1:f 113157572 "W L F QF 4 6 T lib tl ' l 55? I all ,T i ll!! . f'-fs, ll.. lJll U Q- i 'X?Rf--if-44344--S TR -an ..-- ,.. . .. W-a m 1A. .-1072, e...--f1f--y A WOMEN'S GLEE CLUB 'HE Women,s Glee Club, under the direction of 'l Professor Theodore H. Post, has given several concerts, each of which has been well received. The ofhcers of the Glee Club, this year, are Florence Shedd, president, and lldartha Hansen, Secretary-Treasurer. This year, the Women's Glee Club participated in, and won, the Y.W.C.A. song contest. They sang at the Bon- fire Rally on Homecoming Day, in the Wolves' Frolic, and at Mackay's dedication of the new Chemistry Build- ing, each time in conjunction with the Men's Glee Club. lVIen,s and Women's Glee clubs, under the direction of Instructor Theodore H. Post, took part in the Y. W. C. A. Easter pageant, which was presented March 29th, 1931, under the direction of Mrs. Joan Southworth. c'P'rayer of Thanksgiving" and "Sing to God" were rendered jointly by the two clubs. Musical accompaniment was furnished iby the University-Community orchestra, and Mrs. Post was the soloist. ' There is to be a concert in Carson, in which the Men's and Women's Glee Clubs and the Community Orchestra will take part. This is the largest concert of the year, with nearly seventy people participating. A serenade, in connection with the Men's Crlee Club, is being planned for the Spring Concert, to be h.eld during .Senior Week. Members of the Women's Glee Club are: Helen Steinmiller, Lucille Stone, Mary Adeline- Thompson, Melva Fowler, Beatrice Cobb, Leota Roby, Marian Blackmer, hdarian jones, Enid Harris, 'Florence Eckman, Mildred Robinson, Margaret Fuller, Blythe BuQmer, Florence Cox, Sheila Ro-berts, Evelyn Molineaux, Pauline Berrum, Martha Hansen, Pearl Romwell. ' g FLORENCE SHEDD President Q 1 Womcn's Glee Club: Back Row: Post fDircctorD, Steinmiller, Stone, Thompson, Fowler, Cobb, Roby, Black- mer, jones, Harris, Eckmzm, Robinson, Fuller, Bulmer. Front Row: Cox, Rob- erts, Molineaux, Berrum, Hansen, Romwell. Elini Ti ld .liz lxlv ll ii A a i 3 f E412 li 3 :E I ii Wy EMT vida' fl i Elf, il l F if. Lf: 3. lp f .mp l '15, .,! ii rr. ist I . ,if ill 53+ .:, gat. if Digi li.: 155 .53 122 all .sl ali Ill' 131 W, iss' l x M' lm lip gf, 15:41 J I? TEV ?x 'i viii IJ' u'l ir. vit in l ar T ml fm J. ma ,N W. . Y 4' liwjll Im" 1 I ,V .vi if X 1 A-gift.- . M , ,,., . -.,- ...7,, Y 1 -:arg ,.,.1'll--.-...,, nf- a We -4- "'- ""' ' ' " "' """""'ff 'rl:"Q'1"'x Q1-TTT -f--- CT? fffliir-Eizil ff'4'v',f, s, . 1 4 . i ,Lf 7 1 if'-'L1T5.Q .t 'W "4 P1 Eigzgggfzzl , , i?.fg::f'c"-'t' f- -f L" " 'f T ' ' Y' TRW 'z I V7-1 1 1 ' if l l 4 K '- 'fl I . i 1 ' ll XC ,Ji v 1, - 1 if JV V' il li 1 ff H i, ? f R fm 'TN A 1 I 1 I A v V , ? .1 ,,. v"T 4 O1 'fri ff uf l. l gl. lb Q: i .Ir i ? i " Q ,af lv' L gy 1 v .g E X i Mi X1 F 1 1 X ,, M l '14 I -w 0 on 5 i ll lg M lla, li ,rl lt f in if pal . QM ' --JXHQ N - fJlg.i-,,o g,,g,4,9,,9,,,, tif. aftflix' , Eff? e X ,s F ,f.f.1:,', L?-xii-4 A A -A '- T o EQ W ' l1"TP TT T llfily J C COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA ,il gff . . . . . lil! if HE University Community Orchestra is com- 3 F iid posed of non-collegiate residents of Reno, as Well . as college students. This orchestra of thirty-five pieces Wash llwf organized four years ago by Professor Theodore H. Post. X, Elly we T . . . it fjlqfi The orchestra has been active, giving concerts over D4 IQ, r 0 -W ' 1 KOH, one for the "Kettledrum fund," one on KOH's will fl opening night, and several for the Chism Ice Cream EW My Company programs. One concert was given in Sparks, Haiku i if . rl, -'. i', iqjf. and due to- the success of last year's concert in Carson, Mc' Mfg another will be given there this year. The Spring Con- 1 cert, given during Senior week, will be a short version, gl :W for chorus and orchestra, of the opera uCarmen" by fri' ' THEODORE POST Biget, in concertized form. ' ' D' ' t r . U' " ' nec or Phe personnel of the orchestra is as follows: 2 I l ' f . . . - l 1" ff First violins: Professor Allen W. Lough, Leota Maestretti, Ethel Leonard, I . . 5 4 3 5 i Alvin Jacobs, Ruth Bixby, Anna Blundell,'Helen Gould, Mary Costa, and Frank H, , f l . . . . . . . ' Lavernla. Second violins: G. A. Ackley, A. Atkinson, Alice Tyrerell, Frank Mc- jf. 1. EH. Arthur O. W. Anderson E. G.-Wile and Francis Lavernia. Violas: Mrs. L. A. Elf ,Ji Q I 1 1 ya 0 Sweat, and Eloyse Stanton. Violin-cellos: Madge Hanson, C. B. Hanson, L. A. ' Sweat, and Mrs. H. Walker. Bass: A. F. Mori. Clarinets: Wallace Haines, Vernon ii? f 3 lVIills, Walter Marco, and Fred Nagel. Flutes: Jessie Hartley and Willard Van - . Q , il Doren. Horn: Mrs. F. L. Morrill. Trumpets: Professor M. W. Deming, and Robert Q ' T Palmer. Trombones: Dr. S. Spann and 'Donald Butler. Timpani: Kenneth Elges. ,S . . , , : g 3 . Drums: W. Little. Piano: Dorothy B. Post and Helen Steinmiller. P ff . ZW . 5' li W llc if T li a i' ' 2 f 55 lg ' Eli .,, .nf . ' 5 N il . y 2 'J ' if , F , gn gf! is fi l i A Z - ' l 1: V E UQ 2 gif iff eff ,ei fx ' i 5 Y ig .pg T ,Q 1 A ' W Q has at X 'lima ll lf, flj i is wi in All ,l' LK-'J 211, .rw 1' lv, Li 'l 5- IV' K! 5X. s Pffgf UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA , ff N3 . X I ' , j LL- Wi. .. - ' - - 1 . """T Ari. 'ii TFT? In yi, , v ,, vi - . i ziblv " .F-. si, Q 1- 1 Y ""'+:qf- lai- 1 --AA -.W.m.F.a ...O .e-..-..., -. L .,,,,.,. W- if ,oo Nxwcf- Jl 'T G? 1. PTY if Ag ii Wil 'TliT'QfEg.TTf1Tii'ii"' O fi1'o"g -, rig, L L 12 aj H QD Q2 I ggi Af all l P I if ri L, 1.1 ir. ,i. 1 a v I I I n D" J li , nb , x iw J 'xll Fc I 1 f"'l ' CN " X LN .Lk lTs li lL,l l.l cl l,Zk if if THE BAND HE BAND has been most active this year, more so, ei in fact, than in any previous year. This year has been successful, under the direction of Professor Theo- dore H. Post, with Alvin H. Jacobs as drum-major. The R l efforts of the Band have been greatly appreciated by the Student Body, and it is hoped that further efforts will be made toward enlargement and improvement. The officers l of this year's Band are: Roland F. Boyden, president, E Claude Winder, Secretary, and Willard Van Doren, 5594? Treasurer. T The activities of the Band this year, have been numer- ous. The Band played at all the home football games, the Mackay celebration, the Fashion Show, Armistice and ROLAND BOYDEN Q i Admission Day parades, and Homecoming Day events. President f- Concerts have been given, one over KOH for the "Kettledrum Fund," and one for the City of Reno Broadcast. They have played at basketball games and boxing contests, E' and will be featured in the Spring Concert, Senior Week. ' A trip to the Nevada-Cal. game Was made by the Band, and it is quite probable 3 f ' thatvthat trip Will not be forgotten for some time. Due to a dovvnpour of rain during the game, the music and drums had to be replaced, and suits and instruments cleaned. Q C 3 Members: William Anderson, James Atkinson, William Bailey, Roland f ,i Boyden, Gerry Brummond, Donald Butler, Beale Cann, Gordon Carman, Horace Church, Jean DeBerard, Carl Dunn, Kenneth Elges, Nolan Crault, George Gott- schalk, Chesley Hart, Wallace Haines, Paul Hartman, Tom Hillberg, Alvin Jacobs, dl Tom Johnson, Charles Leach, Walter Mattson, Vernon Mills, Al Mori, Fred Nagel, ' Duane Nelson, Dudley Nix, Clyde Norman, Robert Palmer, Gden Romwell, Kistler ij, Rivers, Ralph Smith, Tom Trythall, James Wallace, Harold Westfall. f ' li G ': i Q I . I J li 3' 1 l ,ni l may i W U5 xx lli Wwrnt ix UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA BAND yoj, f ff C- mgffii -as-A-A+-1 A-an me me 'M' '-ettt Wtt'jg1fHeijgjgfffgttjgiig,W,i.wff f, f 5-Q ' W? I ff f I X fi 7EffQ'TEJl-EL!ff,-pi. 5::"eki.z::7iTii-'1i'g1'25..-1et' "'t't .i:.g,3a1Q-- tail . 11 v 5 M A 'J J A f , rgxp -gl Jim 1. 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'Q X E Y A A .- , it A ... ir Z-me l .i.......-L.nma.---.-Riva.-. W vV,v 1 4. I 1 "-'::"'..:--Q iii Q 1' , si Q J 'ip' 2,1 I 'i 'H ll "Y DELTA DELTA DELTA ', 1 ' 845 SIERRA STREET 1 1 Fozzrzdefl at Boston University in 1888--'79 Chapggrg 5 l : Theta Theta Chapter Established in 1913 2 f Colors, Silver, Gold and Blue-Flower, Pansy fllnmber in Faculty, Mrs. Louise Springer 1? President . E J - , Natalie Lipman '31 I 5 - - Burlingame, Calif Members First Row Alberta Adams '31 ---- Reno Bernice Blair '31 - Piedmont, Calif. Gretchen Cardinal '31 - Gardnerville Frances Hilhorn '31 - Suisun, Calif. Second Row Jean Hughes '31 ---- Reno Dorothy Johns '31 ---- Sparks Marjorie Ligon '31 ---- Reno Rose Mahana '31 - Calexico, Calif. Frances Millar '31 - - - Yerington Ellen Olson '31 - - - Third Row Gwendolyn Pierson '31 Alice May Atkinson '32 - Mary Baird'32 - - - VirginiaCole'32 - - - Ethel Hansen '32 - - - Helen Montrose '32 - - li Fozirt Row Betty Seeds '32 - - - Doris Welsh '32 - - - Blythe Balmer '33 - - Audrey Coates '33 - - 'Eli i 1 ,ii ?i 4 e i 1. 'L 5 . 1 ,I 4 Enid Harris '33 - - - Reno a Millicent Johnson '33 - Reno .: 1 Fifth Row ' Kathryn Ligon '33 - - Reno Fredrica Lippman '33 - Sparks 11191 Blanche Lucas '33 - - Fallon 1 i 9 Kathryn McCormack '33 Reno f 1 Betty Belle Saxton '33 - Sparks J June Shair '33 - - - Reno , Sixth Row ' Donna Willson '33 - - Reno l' - - Reno Clara Galvin '34 - - Sparks - Jessie Gulling '34 - - Reno 1 :J Florence Hamlin '34 - Reno A ' ' Rem' Ina Johnson '34 - - - Reno Mi Wat5OnV"'e Margaret Kornmayer '34 Reno 5 i - ' ' ' Ely 'Seventh Row f' E ' ' Rem' Dortha Robertson-'34 - Reno ii ' Lovelosk Dorothy Rose '34 - 1- J - Reno ' Tf-mOPah Jean Sauer '34 - - - Reno ' A Myra Sauer '34 - - - - - Reno - - Reno Martha Scrugham '34 - - Reno m - Yerington Elizabeth Wallace '34 - - Bly ' - - Reno Not in Picture - Sparks Mercedes Gerald '32 - - Sparks 5 fi 1-1.- "" 15 T if ,W Lsgr3!ZZZ'TZT'i""TQ,4j .... - 19 3 1 51351 1 I I 1 5 W .-V r I 1 . z! 5' : ,. , I E 4. 15, ' , I 'L .1 5 9 '- v 1 v f , L 'V ' N-1 , . 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' "H 'f7r!QQ"u' M-iff,fmfLgf'TQ":----,-,,4,,4 W U 2 A .. A NN JV:-Tjfffg,gjggilZYZ,.::' ,KVQ 'W f ,fl Lb- . ,-,,.Qj1:.LT:fi. .," 3 fiif-'-f--- .f'ijA---------,,,A, ,,.-- f136j M' A iw- , , .f, W Y- W! I ix ,jx ,.j" ,5 , ' 'f' ,ju -1'--V1-- L LILY 437- f-.jf Q3512' .IL W 'lm 'ig fi. fl . b. W, .dl f X 'C fx de XP 1 , Ju. 1 ' 1 ARTEMISIA ..., l 1 iff il' lf, 1. sex i .,: fi 1 I 15, ii: '1 f lei 1. '1 3, Y I1, 1. 1' rr V: 1. qi 1 5 i fi 1, is u 5 i 2 . A 5 2 9 .ll 1? 'v ..f ,Q 2. i 1 1 : 1 I 1 . s .5 U. 3 fm Q i i f? 1 I .. ii Ll S41 . Q- K Z, I E 3 e is s ss s - - W l i l W: 333 Y l ' I V V Q, , ,V ,ij-WWWMF33 g.,f ,,,L ..1,,,..m. reid 1 Lp 4 si 1 l I 2 3 H L l ia 2 ' Ii 1 . 1 ,Qt iii 1 ll fi I Q 2 li i ' 1 1 A L E 1 is PI BETA PHI Founded at Monmoztth College 'in 1857+'7ff Chapters E gi Nevada zffybha Chapter Established in 1915 , f T111 3 ff 3 ' h Colors, VVine and Blue-Flower, Wine Carnation j 1 l if Members in Faculty, lVlargaret E. Mack, Katherine Riegelhuth i ' W - i 1 President ' E, I 1 ' - Helen Webb '31 ---- Berkeley, Calif. if E' ' I l J. A' First Row Berenice Wilson '32 - Tribune, Kans. ii ' i ' i Helene Turner '29, San Francisco, Calif. Parnell Balthazar '33 ' ' ' R690 i Grace Bordewich '31 - Carson City Fifth Raw ' Sgwmi Row ' Ruth Bixby '33 - - - - Reno 1 1 Q Q Ethel Mmm '31 -A Westwood, Calif. DOf?thY Cooper '33 ' -f - Reno 3 2 5 Faralie Smithson '31 ---- Ely 1?Or'S Shaver 33 J ' ' ' D ' Spafks ,153 5 Zi Ann ,Stewart D31 - - - Imlay Florence Lemkuhl 33 - - Pinole, Calif. J G Sixth Row l i if Third Row Isabel Matley '33 - - - Sparks iw 1 Doris Thompson- '31 - - - Reno Helen Qlmstead '33 ' ' ' Wells l Doro-thy Ernst '32 - - - Fallon Helen Petersen '33 "" Elko it Mar5, Donaldson 332 - Victoria, Tex. Anne Bartlett '34 - New York City, N.Y. S 9 i Ellen Prince Hawkins '32 - - Reno Serveath Row V V ' y' Margaret lVlcClymont '34 - Pasadena 1 4 0 Fourth Row Jean IQOVVC 734 ----- Reno Emily Gracey '32 - - - Reno Holyce Scruggs '34 4 - Eureka, Calif. 1 ' f Maurine Stromer '32 ---- Fallon Mary Adeline Thompson '34 - Reno 4 1 3:13 - V -.kg Z, ga l II I s- J E , M , 9 3 137 1, Tb w, s 1 . i 4 ii 'x 1 , I 1 A 1 Ll i . I ' z , ax: v , n 4 p w ' -1 r-" . jf' fx 'THQ KL f ' f ,x1 ff f--' wi .H ' f W! -. i , :1 K . ,1 , I M 5 Jr, .1 L .A., .1 -L---K A f- -' ,ij - LJ WW V V H 7 7 , ,,,,,,MA,W,,A,,,,,,,,q,m,-AMW f ..., ifipff- 'rvifzf f2i'A9 ,'f 95fMQ:QM MQ if j 'TQf ,.w.,- H , jg-iff Ml" ' FQ H W ' ' w 1 'W "" "" :gig if 1 Y f J! ' fyrxxx X R f N! UK lf. ffm V113 Q V11 Y Wa U "X J! MJ X 135 if ii 1 Er " T fi 11 IL 1- J N45 W 13 ' 5 5 2' 2 I U ', Q I . r . . ' f f E i if, ' f 'fi f ' v 31 ' . 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T x ARTEMISIA l 'VQ P s:v':M-JMIK, 4 GAMMA PHI BETA 710 SIERRA STREET Founded at Syracuse University in I874-40 Chapters Alpha Gemma Clzapte'r Established in 192 I Colors, Brown and Mode-Flower, Pink Carnation President Louise Rawson '31 -------- Reno Members in Faculty, Loretta Miller, Barbara Schmitt Members X First Row Mary Alice Loomis '33 - - Reno F Lois Carman '31 - - - ' - Reno Marguerite Miller '33 -4' Fernley Cecelia Hawkins '3l - - - Reno Fifth Row Elizabeth Johnstone '31 - - - Reno Edith Mortenson '33 , , , Reno Second Row Margaret Rawson '33 - - Reno Lucy King '31 - - - lVIilford, Cali-f. Helen Rogers '33 - - - Reno Gladys Wittenberg '3l ---- Reno Neva Shaw '33 - - - Reno Betty Allen '32 ----- Fallon Vera Zadow '33 - - - - Reno Frances Armbruster "32 - - - Reno Mildred Basta '34 - - - Ely Virginia Garside '32 - - - To-nopah Sixth Row Louise Gastimaga '32 ' ' Wlnnemucca Gladys Compston '34 '- , - Smith Valley Third Row Virginia Cross '34 ----- Sparks Anne Gregory '32 ----- Reno Hazel Davis '34 - - - Yerington Jane Harcourt '32 ---- Millers Margot Evans '34 ----- Reno Ruth Laskey '32 - Santa Barbara, Calif. Alta Belle Germain '34 - - Reno Mary Ruth Seamon '32 - - - Reno Lois Hutchinson '34 - - - Reno Marion Stone '32 ----- Reno Sgwntjz Row Mae Vuich '32 ' ' ' V ' ' T0n0Pah Nell Lozano '34 - - - Reno Fourth Row Dixie Morrill '34 - - - U- Reno Inez Walker '32 ----- Sparks Imogene Walker '34 ---- Sparks Margaret Walts '32 - - - Reno Not 'zu Picture Fern Wittwer '32 - - Reno Christine Crisp '33 - - Gakland, Calif. Gladys Clark '33 - ' - Reno Kathryn Sevringhaus '33, Phoenix, Ariz. abil I 19 31 maj 1 I I III III QI ' 1 I I 'I I I I I v I 'ri I 1 . xv L I 1 - 1 I I L - i E , I 5 , If 1 I , I . Q T W I M , X, ,MI I IQ 5 v"xv FCI I , I II I I I I Uv' vw I I1 Ig II" II II I I f , I ,N lx, I XS! lL-J A II. ,I aff JL ,G-av 7 XG I I, I A 'Q ' Lg, i "'Q "Q " "4" ' . , A .M --,-,k-m,,f-- I f4Ffg,Z1P1,,,,, ,HH-f::.,,,, ' -W W ,.- -iq I .V W T , R-35154 , if .,. ..Q.f---w lm--A -f-A, -I I J Q fffi'-3 I 'Iliff' gixx I '77 FV T, Iiffl Ifgjlxfii 4- " L+ ' 4 N "' 6' ? T'1'4:,LiIf? iff? FIT iii:-i.L'iiff1f4 Q- -L 2 ' ,'M'1 gf:--ff' ' " II 'II I II IKII V 1 I III I I YI Ig, ,fs 0 1I,I QQ I IlJI KI III IIII III Z B I 'ffl S ' A ' I IIN II IIII5 II 7 ,I'gUfIQ- QIII , 'IIIL I II I I I I i I - 2 A I , Q 1 5 I ' I I I IT I I II rl , , I-' I .Ig I I If . - I 'I' . I . I I I 1 , J 3 If ' .I I 1 II I , ' g I . 2 i Q If :III I I2 I 1 i 1 I I ' . I I I .IS HIFI f ' 5 I I I i I, I ' I I ' if I I i A ' I 5 IQ I I II I Q1 II I i I5 I I Q' 'I 2 I , M IIZI1 I DEI 2- I r H I I I I I I e I I I -Is I' ' I :N tl? Iff I I I Ifxy- f L IA, :I 'II A X I I I fx I :JI 'I Q' PI I? I II 1 II IIII I f III I Jw IV' f- 4- Q' if H K L -- g. -xrisfxip--J - -7- ,A ,,, ,M ' ' ,,., 1.......--Q:-7'f 1 ' L iw- ig, ,. if X AJ "fi: NM-' ff M lil-llflfQ'I5,1? I- I I'f1E ifQpi Wlf7xfffQj gifs 1-fl '3 ""' "" ' "X" " M- -- 'V iiigguAh.,-.:3iWl113'f:i.-,i'. 'ALI' , f.f,Q,,,...g4..L----'-2-M'-I' , ..-' I- - . L ------, oh, V-V 'Y ' -,-,,., - X f I I, :CMI x--I ' ' W I II II I II Q EQ ' li 31 32 4-.M 'ARTEMISIA CEI ee , E . KAPPA ALPHA THETA f Founded at De Pcmw University in 1870-56 Chapters Q i Bm Mt, chapter Established mel 922 Colors, Black and Gold-Flower, Pansy President 'l Euphemia Clark '31 - -' - Reno Members - First Row Fourth Row .1 Marjorie Blewett '31 - Berkeley, Calif. Elizabeth Carpenter '33 - Reno "5 Dora Clover '31 - Wood1and,'Ca1if. Denise Denson '33 - - Reno , . Doris Conway '31 ----- Reno Eileen Martin '33 - Reno 1 1 Julia Cummings '31 - Orange, Calif. Lena Perri '33 ---- Yerington E 5 Elsie Seaborn '33 - - - Reno Second R010 Katherine Wright '33 - Reno Hannah Peterson '31 - - - Reno Fifth Row 1 Donna Anderson '32, San Francisco, Cal. Florence Diskin '34 - - Reno V Josephine Bernagcg '32 - Truckee, Cillif. Ermyn Geedin '34 - - Reno Margaret Ede ' - - '- '- eno Edna Ha V '34 - R Margaret Fuller '32 - 4 - - Reno Abegail Iiaikett '34 - R222 3 Betty McAnally '32 - San Jose, Calif. Char1O,tte Heed '34 - - Minden Elaine Hunter '34 - - Elko Third Row A Sixth Row A Marion Nichols '32 ---- Reno Katherine Martin '34 - Reno Beatrice Patterson '32 - Cedarville, Ore. Margaret Martin '34 - Reno 0 Helen Steinmiller '32 - - - Reno Jean Mclntyre '34 - Reno Jean Zuick '32 - - - - Reno Gladys Morris '34 - - Reno Frances Barnes '32 - - Reno Madeline O'Connel1 '34 - - Tonopah Q Marian Blackrner '32 - - Reno Virginia Wheeler '34 - Reno CEI I 1 9 3 1 mn ,1-.. ARTEMISIA 5 gui I-il l?Qw f f "i?:ge?3.,u2W5o:m2l Q , . Q T r I 9 QM ,N vi' X2 ,. . Mr L 6 Qi .3 'I --I .i, wi :ip ,lv v'l . 1 M ,. gl P24 v 'r R X. . A H i .V ,, .i ju, w 52, L ag - ' l 0 0 , M l . dy Lu Ja y 1 .3 5? 54 ri!! .W Vi E51 iif ,n 515 1. 1 I , "Wi 0 We W W ,gs fi? :si lk? S! E55 M 4: A21 h i 0 1 J I Qfffflffff QfiQi ?.i1:i5 -al 51421 1 9 3 1 ' T Kwai 1 E 1 ARTEMISIA 1f:+gif+1i1ff3 filfv 1 'e1ae 1 4 if of X d X531 we 1 tin 1 BETA SIVGMA CCMICRQN Founded at Cofomhia, Missouri, 'in 1888-20 Chapters A lph-tt Uibsilon Chapter Established in 1 931 Colors, Ruby and Pink-Flower, Richmond and Killarney Rose President Margaret Purdy '31 - - - I- Sparks First Row Dorothy Grover '31 - - Mary Hancock '31 - - Mrs. Margaret Hart '31 - - Second Row Marion Jones '31 - - - Florence Shedd '31 - -. Margaret Sullivan '31 - Third Row Pauline Berrum '32 - - Mrs. La Verne Blackler '32 Members Reno Reno Sparks Reno Reno Reno Reno Reno Blanche Crosby '32 - - Winnemucca Ailene Daniels '32 ---- Reno Fourth Row Mildred DeWitt '32 - - - Reno Melva Fowler '32 - - - Reno Anna Jenson '32 - Wilma Kennedy '32 - - - Reno - Reno Fifth RW Armena Fritz '33 Mildred Goble '33 Martha Hansen '33 Laurel Richart '33 Sixth Verla Trulove '33 Camille Carrita '34 Ruth Jones '34 - Alyce Matson '34 -V Carlin - - - Sparks ----Reno - - Las Vegas ROTU - - - Sparks - - Reno - - Reno - - - Ruth Seventh R ow Charlotte. Pope '34 Dorothy Pope '34 Pearl Romwall '34 Marthine Solares '34 - - Virginia City - - Virginia City - - - Lovelock - - - - Reno 'til ...- V, .....-............,..-. . ,.,-.-.Y.,.... -.... Q, V .' K . 3? ?' ,,.....1v-B-,...-....f,,f4,.-,., ,.-..,,....-.N....-.. ,,. , ,..-....,..,----v- ,Wt .i,t -D ,.,i, . 'rf-Z--fm ff ff-, ...........f, -..-.-H I 19 31 11431 V VVVHV V V V V. 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Members First Row Leonora Gardella '33 - - Reno Josephine Arlang '31 ---- Ely Sheila Lee Roberts ,33 - Montello Florence Kilgore '31- - Winnemucca E Fourth Row A Sammi Row Ruth Sauer '33 - - - - Reno Ora .lane Lee 731 "" Kaolin Isabelle Baker '34 - Reno Jessie Hartley '32 - - Reno Mary Nay 734 - - .- - Reno Lois Barber -'33 - - - - RCIIO Third Row Not in Picture Beatrice Figow' '33 - - - Reno Blanche Radcliffe '33 - - Reno 1 9 3 1 mi V ARTEMISIA El ,. . 0 F Q, tel YH Y 1 fu 4 ii Nl !l v Ml E,U if 'ui .U it i if ly.. PANHELLENIC COUNCIL OFFICERS I Euphemia Clark - ---- Chairman Margaret Purdy -------- Secretary Treasurer Faculty ffdwisor-Dean Margaret Mack DELEGATES v Natalie Lipman Helen Webb - Louise Rawson Marjorie Blewett Margaret Purdy Verna Selmer - Delta Delta Delta - Phi Beta Phi - Gamma Phi Beta Kappa Alpha Theta Beta Sigma Omicron - Beta Delta - First Row: Baird, Bernard, Blewett, Clark. Second Row: Fowler, H tl y Row. Rawson, Selmer, Turner, W bb E 0 il' E 132- 111.1119 ex L-m,,-e,.,,..Z4j ii11ifR"" " 'ew 11.,.,,.-dse:,,: mijgge.i:.:iL.g3-141, 'fe ' Q33 51463 1 9 3 1 QR RTEMISIA 'S 1 3 s . 1 I - ' i r 1 ll r, ! W Sz Z J ,.? i 4. 3. I 1 1 i Q 2 1 hi ' ......J E l 4 Q +A-M 'ff'+44 A A "' " A ri T INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL " 0 ' oFF1c.ERs A 0 , Wallace White - - - , - Chairman Arthur Brewster - - - Vice-President Malcolm Blakely -------- Secretary-Treasurer Faeulty AflUi50TTDC3H Charles Haseman ' 5 A MQ g y 1 . l 3 DELEGATES ,ll 14' ' i 5 P3 3 Malcolm Blakely - - - Sigma Nu - - Edgar Leonard .T 5 Vernon Hirst - - Sigma Alpha Epsilon - Fred Roumage 1 T i Ray Hackett - - Phi Sigma Kappa - - Ted .Brown i I 1 i i Arthur Brewster - Alpha Tau Omega - Walter Johnson S i Pat Sanford - - Sigma Phi Sigma - Edmund Muth , Fred Small - - Delta Sigma Lambda - Stanley Sundeen Donald Knapp - - Beta Kappa - - - E. TQ Force f i ft Wallace White - - - Lambda Chi Alpha ----- Beale Cann Lincoln Hall Association ----- - Elwood Boerlin l I i t s if Q gg 329 lil 1 S il L , i gg Q 213 r , ll l fill? s F 0 J i N First Row: Cann, Blakely, Boerlin, Brewster, Brown. Second Row: Force, Hackett, Hirst, Johnston, Knapp, T T Leonard. Third Row: Muth, Roumage, Sanford, Small, Sundeen, Wliite. """ N 4 ' f' ' ""?"'w"" ' "i"""', ' "'i :.Ql.ff"fI:ffQfQ1Q.'11 .fIf.."""Wp' W L", - " ' 323.5571 I 3? h'L37,l'lTZTZfiL.,- w ww 147 93 g' A W mbsf MMM le ,wg X ia f fffqnf 4 wif I 41 4 Y W' 4 x, 42 f 2' fff M X 4' fx, 19 .- 275 4 za fb , '50 1 g, QR X VZ? L .A 1 ' 6. :ff 1 f B- tx E ,I 1, -doa-, QL? 'F get-P 148 9 3 -7 A r ,K I' ARTEMISIA 3, 55: :iii if wif 5 1 i 1 I 1. 1. lil i a- r. -il sz fzg if ,. Q.. fl ,. E I 3 K 1 i 1 E .imgxk ' 2 --H- 5.34 .3 l lr it E it i 1 fl SIGMA NU 4 . yi if Founded at Virginia ifllititary Institute in 1869-95 Cfmfoters T' ' 1 J Delta XI Chapter Estebfisheef et Nevada in 191-4 i Faculty fllember, William l. Smith . President, Malcolm Blakely '32, Reno QL Q fllembers 1 . Ml i First Row Alfred Lefebvre '33 - - Los Angeles Harvey Dondero '31 - - Hawthorne John Mariani '33 ----- Sparks , 5 Jack Gilmarrin '31 ---- sparks Fifth Row gig . Claude Hammond '31 - Gakland,-Calif. Alonzo Priest '33 ---- Sparks li f Loran Pease '31 - - Piedmont, Calif. Vlfallie Rusk '33 - - Whittier, Calif. H. 1 f I Willard VVeaver '31 - Whittier, Calif. Earle Seaborn '33 ---- Reno U 3 Sggond Row Pearce Spicknall '33 - Visalia, Calif. Newton Crumley '32 ---- i Elko Holwflrd UIDPCYJ33 "" RCP0 lilllgfl George Gottschalk '32 - - Lovelock Wllllam Clark 34 ' ' Taft, Cflllf. L 5 ,Z Edgar Leonard 732 , - , MCGH1 Jack Chrisman "34 - Visalia, Calif. iii, ' Walter Linehan '32 - San Francisco Sfjffh ROW ' it 1 ? f Robert Merriman '32 - Santa Cruz, Calif. Aubrey Cupliles 34 p ' ' ' Reno i' ' ' ei Fred Nagel '32 - - Berkeley, Calif. .l3Qk.D0l2m' 34 U' ' ' ' Reno I 4 Ted Qverton 132 ,,-,, Reno William Gilmartin '34 - - Sparks 452 S' ' ' . R Qle Glusovich '34 ---- Tonopah 5 " 3 5 , Thlrd ow , Adelbert Leach '34 - - - Wells 5 I ' gredS'T'E'Cy ' ' Sen 'Franlgsco Robert Leighton '34 l - - - Wells i Oy fi S my , ""' hem' Fred Mclilroy '34 ---- Wells -' 5 Harold Taber 32 ---- Reno Seventh Row 15.455 L Dan rl-'I'CVl.ff ,32 - - Reno Edgar Glson ,34 ----- Reno 5 Q Fred Trevltt 32 ""' Reno James Tonkin '34 - -Morenci, Ariz. if Fritz Wilson '32 ----- Reno Howard Arthur '33 - Hollywood, Calif. Fourth Row Bill Beemer '33 ----- Sparks 0 James Foran '33 - - San Francisco Jack Hill '33 ------ Reno Lionel Jasper '33 - -Long Beach, Calif. Frank Walters '34 ---- Reno Sessions 'Wheeler '34 ---- Reno Jack Williams '34 ---- Sparks Not in Picture Joseph Horton '32 - - Battle Mountain Morgan Huntington '33- - - Reno George Sanford '33 - - - Carson i U Thomas Landrum '33 - Visalia,Calif. William Daniels '34 - - - Reno EQ. 1 l 9 3 I wi 11 gf 1,1 -1 F EQ l , .Q F 1, 1 f 1 f x 1 1 1-4 ,I I ---3 H -Y --,fp ',- .1 71 2 11- , Y' 'Y E' I -! W nl W -M Mfiim -f-QQ-, , ff"'2'1 ff V ' H7955 f , 1- ' - -1 -ff ' " " " A 1" A -i - - ffrixfl .1, ' " ' H , ,-- ""'2:A.,: A-lu, 'f Y ' 'W -- ' LY--iff? ' Y," ' I f ' -ff f""',Q f ,i 'ffr'jj"- 11 'ii' " V, ' '- 1 I 1 Xf .,Q2If2 ig- '- V4 'W 61" K ILWLA' "KT" LJ, . ' h ,,,. ki' k -1gj.i,Cl1-i.i."' 1 f- 4 .-.M - ' ,. ii: -f-'W' ..... -1 111-ff VA 1 if . ,11 1 1 1 111 I . 11 ll 1f 11 1:1 111 1 1,1 Y1 ,, 1 1 I 1 111 11. 11 11 '1 ,1 ET1 1-1 ,,,. 1'l 1111 11 .11 .pb HI 1 Wi, E .315 --1 -1 L 1 ,1 111 I1 .Ag 1, ki. 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' . i T A 3 ff', J l v is T H1 1 'i i ., l SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON zi Fozmfled zzz' University of Aldfbdmd in 1856-107 Chapters il l .Nevada .ffl he Cha ter Established in 1817 5 'Q : Colors, Purple and Gold-Flower, Violet 3 ' I President l First Semester, XVilliam Woodburn '3l - - - Reno Second Semester, Fred Roumage '31, Auburn, Calif. Merfzbcr in Faculty, F. L. Bixby f lf Mexzzbers f n Galle Parsons '33 - - - Reno 1 S Vernon Hirst '3l - Placerville, Calif. David Price '33 - Los Angeles Richard Hillman '30 - - - ---- Sparks John Taylor '33 - - Los Angeles l Marvin Humphrey '3 - - Reno William Backer '34 - - Los Angeles ' I . Rowan Colgan '34 ----- Los Angeles 3 S Bill Ligon '31 - - - Reno Sffweffl R020 , 5 , i Alvin Lombardi 131 , , Reno Harry Crosby '34 ----- Tracy, Calif. ts 5 Byron O'Hara '3l - - Sparks lack Dm'e"l""'E,34 ' ' ' Reno YVilliam Woodburn '31 - - - - Reno J0hn Floflmoy Q4 ' ' ' I Reno alkali Norman Blundell '32 - - - - Sparks E0ECftg11m.0rf'3444 ' ' Yenrgton , o ert arris - - - C110 : 2 . . Goldie Holmes '33 - - - - -' RCI10 9 5 is Edwin Cantlon '32 - Sparks A .d ,3,, - - - - L A 1 lg 5 Joe cook ,33 - - - - - Elko AW' Johnson c Eighm Row O' nge es ' Cephns FW' '32 ' ' - - - Reno Edward Kell '34 ----- - - Reno i Arthur Cr.ahan1'32 - San Francisco Robert Law ,34 I - - - - Reno . Jack Leahigh 152 ' - - - Reno Edward Martinez ,34 - Reno ,gi HHfdf0dC11'32 ' ' ' LOS Angeles Leo Nannini '34 - - - - - Reno 'iii Raymond Punch' 732 - - Sparks Edwin Nettleship '34 - - - - Fallon 'l i Charles Nichols '34 - - - - Reno l K Elmer Rae '32 - - - San Francisco Fmnk Ovlgryan 134 ,... - Reno I I' Al Sutherland '32 - - - - RCU0 Nim'li Row Fred YVeel:s '32 - - - - - Wells Howard RigSbyP32 V .--- - - Reno ,lffhn WintCl'S '32 ' ' Curso" CNY Eugene Salet '34 - - - - - - LovelOCk le'-i Vincent Cg15Qy'33 - - - - Reno Fred Spin ,34 - - - Sacramento, Calif. Z F Norman Clay '33 - - ' Reno Fred Steiner '34 - - ---- Sparks ' john Chism '33 ----- - Reno Andrew Wa1ke1',34 - - Los Angeles Ross Whitehead '34 - - - ' ' 5P2U'kS El , Clifford Devine '33 - ' SPHVICS R055 YOUUE '34 ' ' " ' 1 ' ' ' ' Elko Delbert Hewitt '33 - - Los Angeles Not W Picture i Kenneth johnson '33 - Cvoldfield Gilbert Mathews '30 ---- - - RCI10 Lawrence Kearney '3 - - Reno KCI? GHfg?1'Yc33g3 "" I: A Repo Arty, LC., v33 , , , - - Reno Em ree al or - - OS nge CS Ted lilinsffilrd '33 - - Reno Clem Sultcnfuss,'33 - - - Renco Robert Madriaga '33 - - - - - - Reno William Bailey 34 - ---- r SPZIF. S Edward Beckley '34 - - Santa Monica, Calif. Lindley McClure '33 ----- Susanville, Calif. Harold Stcvensdn '34 - - ' ' SPHYICS i Jsmws OHWS 133 - - - - - Reno Daniel Thomas 34 - - DHYYOI1 . mm e e 431:-n-,JD 'few-f-j-:f'j':j'f--QM Y, ,,,, ,,,,M,,a,,,,,-. ,.,n,,,.af , ,1.a.fs.f-.-:fi Ln. ..-.- - X .l - sl'1 f-f- --'4'g""""' A l 9 3 l 51511 11. 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E11 1 'L 1 E 1 -'ia ff! 11 ,Ei .L ill, 23: i if .i. :il ,5 D, at ,. r 0 i Wallace Haines '33 - Glendale Ced Maydwell '33 - - Glendale Donald McKay '33 - Hollywood Louis Pastrell '33 ----- Henry Rampoldi '33 - Martinez, Calif. Calif. Calif. - Ely Calif. Kenneth Watkins '34 ---- Reno Montford Word '34 - Calistoga, Calif. Not in Picture i William Gibson '31 - - Gardnerville John Rossiter '33 ---- , - Reno 1 1 1 V .l'. tr S. nz, is 111 .5 .T 1 fx 4? I i 5 i I i 1 1' Q i ' 1 . 1 in 6. Y l1 V f 5' N 1 -J E Q .... . L, . .. W - , . . . J .,,, , . ..-,...-...-...-e,,-- ,vw , " ' H ' Y I' i P- i 5 l W . V 5 5 A li L 1 A 41 1 . 1 rl l Ei? 2 A l if l i if E 3 ' 1 bag' y U 'T s.. PHI SIGMA KAPPA 1 , Founded at the fldfzssczchusetts .dgriculturfd College in 1873-46. Chapters l j Etw,Deu'ter0n Chfz1b'te'r .Established at N ewida in 1917 5 : - , Colors, Silver and Magenta 3 i Z ,wx fllembers in Faculty, Paul A. Harwood, Jay A. Carpenter it if President, Thomas Brown '31, Orland, Calif. Q fi i Q - Members Y 1 ' First Row ' Fifth Row ' Norman Coughlin '31 - - - Reno Oliver Seymour '33 - - - Sparks lif Q Stephen Dubravac '31 - Portland, Ure. Stanley West '33 - - - 'Reno if Minter Harris '31 - - Covina, Calif. Monty Boland '34 - - Reno f i f w Delbert Rey '31 ----- Reno Donald Brown '34 - - Reno 50. Second Row Beverly Douglas '34 - - Reno 11,1748 1 f 0 - Frank Stewart '31 - Mare Island, Calif. Harry 'Erwin '34 - - - Reno llfll . John White '32 - Bakersfield, Calif Granville Fletcher' '34 - - - Reno 5 1 . Fern Ambrose '32 - Berkeley, Calif. Sixth Row 5 1 l ' Irvin Ayer '32 ----- Reno Fred Foster '34 ----- Ruth if 1 E 4 ' Albert Chevalier '32 - St. Helena, Calif. Thomas Hilberg '34 - Upland, Calif. l i ' I Third Row John McGaraghan '34 - Eureka, Calif. ' Eldridge Farnsworth '32 - Berkeley Philip McGuire '34 - - - Wells E 1 Q Oscar Frietag '32 - Berkeley, Calif. Richard McGuire '34, - - - Reno , I l Guild Gray '32 - - - 1- Reno Darrell Newell '34 - Fortuna, Calif. 3 Raymond Hackett '32 ---- Reno Edward Ryan '34 - - .San Francisco 5 , Joe McLeod '32 ----- Reno Seventh Row it Q Gordon Robertson '32 - - - Reno William Shanks '34 - San Francisco i i Irvin Ayers '33 - - San Francisco Frank Sharp '34 ---- Wells , p l f Fourth Row George Southworth '34 - - - Reno y Jack Conlon '33 - Covina, Calif. John Stock '34 - - St. Louis, Mo. .I It , Lionel Grindell '33 - Glendale Calif. Thomas Trythall '34 -. - 4 - Ruth 1 E.-57.1 ts-ii - W . I 9 3 1 mg E' ARTEIVIISIA -,gg : ' 14 .,, "' -:15ifg., g.1i3iif"w?'f - 3 ,Qf.:DiifQmI Wagyu? Q LN , Q. I TI ,.r . 1 ,. III I. ,, I ., If IG .J. I.. :I- 3 2 I 5 , I E I ..l -1 Ei I I I FI, II, ag U1 III Q I E I 'X 32 is I 3 Ir I 'I 1 Q! EI .-. I I . I2 I i I I I, I I IN , I I I EQ iz If 1 , vi I QI Iv I T 1 45 if . 1 I 1 : n fy ,135 of ,H K I I ' I I I I I ' II II I x , I gc A W'l ' ' e . A ' I . III' 7 W III I ff P ex: 55' A ,.' , fis ,ig HI 1 I Q I 'Ii I III Q51 :ki ,131 . ill? sI7f ' . SII III 4' SQI I 11, I 'KJ II' 511 .III I Y 5gI Q ,Ia :gi I :II II 'fl 1. I -I 5. l -I IS Iii I I IV I . I I -I 1 1 'Q S I U' 4629 JE I . I .. - FI S- -12:-,. 5 I I -' ' i ,. K ' IIE 4333, 1" ' I W ' 445. , , T1i"'iii4":n-A -Quail? ,Z . , -1 ----...-1:,,..1......,4 ., , :z1,f'Q1.:.gg"5 i1'm!!!ill1., -,,,...--- .ff 154 RTEMISIA. ' r 4 ik. g .4ggseg,, 'ALPHA TAU OMEGA Founded at Virginia .Military Institute' in 1865-93 Clzalbters Nevada Delta Iota Clzajater Established in IQ2 I . Colors, Azure and Gold-Flower, Tea Rose and Daffodils Meniber in Faculty, R. C. Thompson P-rerident First Semester, Joe DeReemer '31 ------ Roseville, Calif. Second Semester, Arthur Brewster '31 - - Santa Fe Springs, Calif. flleinlnefs V First Row Sixth Row Fred Baldini '31 ---- - Yerington Ted Moore '33 ------ Gordon Burner '31 - - - - Yerington Maurice Nelligan '33 - - - Joseph DeReemer '31 - - - '- - Roseville Calif Edmund Recanzone'33 - Walter Johnson '31 -------- 1 Elko Second Row Pete Ketelson '31 ------ Vallejo, Calif. Howard Sheerin '31 ---- - - Tonopah Francis Smith '31 - - - . - Reno jack Walther '31 - - ----- Reno William Weeden '31 - - Menlo Park, Calif. George Vargas '31 - - - ----- Reno George Adamson '32 ---- - - - Reno Third Row Roy Bankofier '32 ------- Winnemucca Robert Bankofier '32 ------ Winnemucca Phillip Dziver '31 - - - San Francisco, Calif. William Dumb1e'31 - - - - - Tonopah Philip DeLongchamp Fred Foster '32 - s'31 - John Griffin '32 ----- Franklin Hall '32 - Stanley Johnson '32 Bennett Johnson '32 Leslie Tomley '32 - Bruce Thompson '32 Walter Blattner '33 Dan Bledsoe '33 - Fourth Row - - - Yerington - Hayward, Calif. - - - Tonopah - Ontario, Calif. - - Gardnerville - Alhambra, Calif. - Hayward, Calif. - - - - Reno - - Winnemucca Los Angeles,iCa1if. Albert Seeliger '33 - - Joe Stern '33 - - Alfred Theis '33 - Elbert Walker '33 - - Seventh Row Jack Wright '33 - Don Atcheson '34 Merle Atcheson '34 ' - Jack .Burns '34 - - Donald Butler '34 - Herbert Clark '34 - Harold Curran '34 Eighth Paul Fontana '34 - - - ,loe Galvin '34 ---- Lloyd Guffrey '34 - Elmer Hawkins '34 - - William Nelson '34 Dudley Nix '33 - William O'Shaughnessy '34 Row N inlh R o zo Brooks Park '34 - - - Elwood Rose '34 ---- Bernard Underwood '34 - - - ,Winnemucca - - - - Reno - Paradise Valley - - Winnemucca - - Carson City - Hayward, Calif. - - - - Reno - - - -Reno - - - Reno - Gardnerville - -Yerington - - Sparks Elko - Reno - Sparks - - - - Sparks - - - - Sparks Grass Valley, Calif. - - Gardnerville - - - Reno - - Sparks - Gardnerville - - Carson City I Fifm Row - Hayward, Calif. Clark Bowles '33 ----- Los Angeles, Calif. Eve'-Crt Weynlzin '34 ' ' ""' Elko HarO1dBmWn,33 - - . .--,- Virginia City Mervin White 34 - - Oakland, Calif. Wyn'ian Evans'33 - - - - - Virginia City A11Cf"3lmi 33-34 ' ' ' ' ' ' ECHO Allan Guiberson '33 - - Beverly Hills, Calif. Geolge Jag Cf "" ' ' ' em' Gene Harper '33 - - - Los Angeles, Calif. N01 in Pidlllfff Ray Hooper '33 - ---- -Iarbidge George Schilling '32 ----- Hayward, Calif. Kigrh Leg '33 - - - Panaca Fred Walts '34 - - - - - Winnemucca H, ' H..-,. ..... .. .... .- ..'- .-..--.4 ..,. ---- -.-......... -..--.- f--- 1- -fp., - -A , f Di Q33 memieeiesizatqaiiiiiilgi'zfgiiliiiliix.. I 1 9 3 1 rissi xl, x I x I R x 1 ff -x r I x I i i I ix, 2 i S 1 1 , . . E l L I 2. 4, fi' ffl . 1 'I Q L., I 34:11-ij-fg-'fix ,iv-7,7 fi - f-"fix " rf? 'Qi' ' ' f A -W,R, iFMQm,,,,, ff-"",Z:-11 viii' -'xh, f ---- 14 y'w xi--:7 :,:.CQ1 -f- ' jg, 5 I 1 ' '-f-'fig---il. Qi, " 3' "9 . aint- 'A "mf ' 'f" "M , AQQTJ 5- ff- J'-, --'Q ' LZJQD 7 7 ' 'XV g,,,., , V i4:M4,L-,J A - 1. 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Gottardi, Francis Oakberg President, Clayton Byer '31, Austin First Row John Gottardi QFacultyj - - - Reno Francis Qakberg QFacultyj - - Reno Raymond Germain '31 ---- Reno Leland Martin '31 - -A - - Wells Second Row Edmund Muth '31 - - - Goldheld William Norton '31 ---- Reno Walter Wilson '31 - - - Carson City Gscar Bryan '32 ---- Las Vegas Hugh Cooper '32 - - Turlock, Calif. Third Row A Ted Cooper '32 - - - Turlock, Calif ulian E ers n '32 Great Falls Mont. .l PP 9 ' 1 Earl Handley '32 - Santa Cruz Wilbur Hannibal '32 - Belmont Kenneth Horton -'32 - - Bishop Walter Reid '32 - - - Fscalon Calif Calif Calif Calif Joe Risley '32 - - Indianapolis, Ind Harold Sanford '32 ---- ' Fallon Neil Scott '32 ----- Las Vegas Maxwell Thompson '32 '- - - Reno Harold Willard '32 - Gakdale, Calif. Kenneth Austin '33 ---- McGill 1ohn'Brooks '33 ---- Carson City Fifth. Row Carl Conelly '33 ---- Hawthorne Harry Dunseath '33 ---- Reno Joseph Fisher '33 - - - Virginia City Alfred Gregory '33 - - Turlock, Calif. Jack Myles '33 - 4 - - Carson City Leland Weathers '33 ---- Wells Herbert Barthels '33, Los Angeles, Calif. Sixth Row Bud Beasley '33 - Los Angeles, Calif. Lowell Black '34 - - Turlock, Calif. James Cazier '34 ----- Wells Grey Eckley '34 ---- Hawthorne Clyde Foster '34 ----- Reno Nevin Fryer '34 - - Battle Mountain Roctor Fuhrman '34 ---- Reno . Seventh Row William Gelder '34 ---- Reno Glen Litster '34 ------ Reno Ralph Myers '34 - - F Goldfield Floyd Smalley '34 ----- Reno Cecil Stowell '34 - - Turlock, Calif. Nick Ures '34 ---- Carson City Charles Whitehead '34 -, - Los Angeles Not in Picture John Fulmis '34 - Los Angeles, Calif. Benjamin Sheahan '34 - - Las. Vegas Seborn Caldwell '33 - Santa Cruz, Calif. James Morrison '34 - - - Sparks Zi-iam 1 Ti Q 1 Z . 1 9 3 1 wi 'J '-1 1' 1 x A W 1 , 4 ' ,A 1 1. 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L' - , . U 7 ' ,1 v ' fl" ., " 5-2 ffm ' fx H '-f-.434 Lil 7,1-Xifrgiiiwvg .Y Wt --'f' x M 5 EV f q ARTEMISIA --1. l l My lx ga I 1 11 lg ..,1 .-x 5 Elf 1 1 fig ?E! i'l 214 155 Fe! Ei I 5 uf' .. S J .' :ii A -L1 11 ith 1 K, ., 1. 7,2 me EQ? :,vV ni ffl 1,- Q., V u, y. 1 DELTA SIGMA LAMBDA Founded at the Uuisversity of California in 1921-I0 Chapters Gamma Chap-ter Established at Nefvada in IQ22 ' Colors, Purple and Gold V President, Stanley'Sundeen '31, Reno ftdembers'z'1i.Faeutty, S. G. Palmer, S. C. Dinsmo-re, Lawton B. Kline, Earnest Brown . 1 Members Chris Gansberg '33 ----- Reno Temple Hoffman '33 - Alhambra, Calif. 1. First Row Neil Austin '31 ----- Lovelock Fred Collins '32 - - - - Reno Lowell Horschman '33 ---- Reno Albert Davis '31 ---- Yerington Fifth Row V Willard Douglas '31 - - - Reno Delbert Machabee '33 ---- Reno Leonard Eox '31 ---- Yerington Edward Madsen '33 - - - Reno Swondlkow Clyde Norman '33 - - - 4 - Reno William Perovich '33, Sutter Creek, Cal. Robert Geyer 3' - -'- - - Reno She1'burnTimm '33 - Gakland,Calif. 1 1 Elagriiig 13-1 -- - - - Shliqj Earl Allum '34 - - , - - Yerington Claude Snooks '31 - - - Ogden, Utah Ed Bath 34 ' Sgxth'R0',w ' ' ' Reno Q i gy Walgwfiglig 31 "" Rem' Byron Chinn '34 - - Fowler, Calif. J . eorge avis 2 - - - - Reno 1 , , - - A A - 222322 J J e fasts '5 i Third ROW ack Luke V' 4 - - - - e Maxwell Harcourt '32 ---- Reno F2-Duane Neigoi '34 - , 113622 V Kent Ingalls '32 - - Calistoga, Calif. Gram Rice '34 - - , - Q - Rem, 3 .l95ePh Jackson '32 ""' Sparks Dan Robertson '34 ----- Reno . Telfer Kitchen '32 - - - - Reno Seventh, Row Dwight Leavitt '32' ""' Elko Irvin Rogers '34 ------ Elko 'ff Dwlght Nelson '34 ""' Rem' Lowell Russel '34 - - - - Reno I james Settlemeyer 32 - Gardnerville Kenneth Scoonberg '34 , , Fallon . Fourth Row George Shovren '34 - - ' - Reno 0 Fred Small '32 ------ Sparks Harvey Vontsild '34 ----- Reno Ben Solari '32 ------ Reno Not in Picture 1 . Grville Anderson '33 1- - Ogden, Utah Will Duplantis '34 ----- Reno I ' Irving Christenson '33 - - - Sparks Carmon Rogers '34 - - - - Elko 19 3 1 11591 If 'ws U , n I Z ' : E I .4 f f i C V 1 .1 I 'x 3 E i 5 x fl, C fflbx.-ff? V l ii-iffg T !.4"J nj-X: hfa N Q -ii Mf. -1' ,A' x -.- 1 -- 'V V ,.f.-TR -L I-Ay ,--4 :QT ,:5, W ' l kk ' Q Q - Ai2iT?.AV:F, J gf H K 'R fr 1 ' " Q 1 fx . ' -Ld v ff ' 9 'R x f A f L 'fx NP P w -iid-vw Ll- 4 !,!, , 'ry K E Q -HA' WY...-4! I 'L . :V 1, H ' -Qff 'A i 'A ix ff Iiffkg 5 l af , Aga- 'QMQAQ' MAF' l ff A l "- ,JVM-L1 ww "nf bb 5, 1 1 ' fffif' ' Iii, P If ' f ' 'fIZLQ.ir i ti GA , Qu - 444 fqga b Vp' 5514 x N 1s JAQEQQW .Q 5 2 ' xy! f.- 1 ' ' X Wf 3 ,W LYA 1 ff . E Y, rx, , 3 i 'AU .Y 4 xh S i and , t POC m 1 y , I . . ybngq . Q M 5 3 2 ei if 1 WV!! 2 I my in , ! :M : X 1 Q 1 fa? -Pom, f i f , , I I P f l'. Q Q 2 ' E A Wa ? f f 155 3 E i abou? I ' i ,4 'f 64? Q E5 Eff? 1 F V ji Wi E ' ., N 5 Q f 1 if rg QV 'f i ' " 1512 i 1 EFWT H fy! r, I, 642 . 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William Wf1ghf'33 ---- Reno Merle Smart ,31 - -4 - , - R-Eno, Laurence Zoehel '33 ---- Reno George Stockle '31, Mountain View, Cal. .loss Chflstonson '34 "" Fomlol' Second Row Th F ,gfixth Raw Y , Horace Church '31, Solano Beach, Calif. Omas ay , - - - - ermgtoin . , . Nolan Gault 34 - - - - Reno Calvin Dodson 32 - - - Carson City A I G d , , - nge o rana a 34 - - Reno Frank Estes 32 ------ Reno Dan Harve ,34 - - - - Reno Edwin Eorce '32 ----- Sulphur Y S h'R - , event ow qhzni Row i Clyde Mattoo-n '34 - 4 - - - Reno George Jackson 32 ' ' " ' ' Ely Hugh Mclntyre '34 - - Reno VValter Mitchell '32 - - - Tonopah Ned Morehouse 134 - - Fallon John Mollloi '32 ' ' ' ' Dyer Robert Seibold '34 - - - Sparks Eugene Tucker '31 - - - Sparks N t , P, t o in ze ure Fourth Row Thomas Johnson '31, Walnut Creek, Cal. Benton Turner '32, Los Angeles, Calif. Meredith Brown '32 - Whittier, Calif. Edward Usnick '32 ---- McGill Jack McGee '32 ---- Tonopah Mason Meyers '33 - - Visalia, Calif. 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' ll l . r ,l ,. . 1 4 l LAMBDA CHI ALPHA 3 Founded ot Boston University in 1909-SI Chapters I Q V l L Nervtidlo Elbsilon foto Established in'I929 4 Colors, Purple, Green and Gold President, Roland Boyden '31, Alhambra, Calif. 5llll i ' Member in Fctenfty, Clark Amens 3 - fl , Members ' First Row Fifth Row ' Douglas Calloway '31 - - - Currant Bernard York '32 ----- Fallon s 1 . Harve Ashby '31 ----- Pioche Calvin Bannigan '33 - ,- - - Reno ' l A l John Harlan '31 - - Sausalito, Calif. Gordon Kleinpeter'33,Washington, D.C. f ' r Sgmmz Row Philip Mann '33 - San Francisco, Calif. llllll 1 gl 1 William Howard '31 ---- Carlin Fred TOPS' 33, ""' K'ml'eflY V' 'Q 'L' Arthur Lucas '3l ----- Fallon lohn Wdsleff 33 --"' Rem' Q if E A Keith Lucas '31 ----- Fallon l f"'x"" Row , I l 33 ' Willard Van Doren '31, San Mateo, Cal. 'V"'tO" Ymulg 33 ' St' Helena' Cahf' Wallace White '31 ---- McGill W"1tSf13C1l 3? --"-- Revo " if . , Basta 132 ------ Russell l'LlllOtlf ---- l , Charles Koerner' '34 - Westwood, Calif. lf li ' Thzrd Row ' George Lemon '34 - - Benicia, Calif. Beals CHM '32 ----- F 2111011 William Lloyd '34 - - - ' - Plrxhe l John Fant '32 ----- Lovelock Seventh Row l Attilio Genasci '31 - - Loyalton, Calif. Rcbert palms, 134 ---,- Reno llllg 1 Lauren Kuhlman '32 - Roseville, Calif. Ralph Smith 134 , - Reno 'lf ll: l Alex Lohse '32 ""' Fallon Harry Shedd '34 - - Reno Z 3 E fi 1 VValter Matson '32 - San Mateo, Calif. Leslie Upson '34 - - Reno Fourth Row James Wallace '34 - - Fly Q Matthew Mohorovich '32,'lackson, Cal. Tom Bath '32 ------- Ely I Elmer Perry '32 - - Fairfield, Calif. Not 'in Picture Adelbert States '32 ---- Eureka Carlton King '31 - - Alhambra, Calif. Q Harland Stuart '32 ---- Fallon Fred Morrison '32 - Westwood, Calif. 1 Charles Thompson '32 - Pioche, Calif. Kenneth Elges '33 ----- Reno John Thurston '32 - - Gakland, Calif. Chester Hart '34 ----- Reno , I ' ""iZ.Zjggggggaiglifiiiiigiii:if ,six of 1 I ,f f ....L,.,,-..,- f.-. -.-..,..r.s.,.-., ..,, m.,.,.M-A.w . l,,l5g,,1 -M 9 3 163 nj.. Z 1... if gg, 'j :XF I 33152 "fx -... 4 l l 1 i 5 I l s i f i fi f, pw , 5:11. -fx iff-1 -'-J' -. .,' Ibalellfg Tv. .3 4 If -Q--ia a ica l CCOMPLISHMENT-honor, two words which should never be far separated. Accom- plishment is not mere doing, it is gaining, and honors should be more the marks of goals attained than goals themselves. How many times no honor comes to him who deserves, or how many times honors are awarded to the essentially undeserving, we have no way of knowing, else such things could not be, but we may rest in the fair assurance that he who has truly accomplished will be noticed by those about him, and looked up to, and awarded in such manner as is-within their power. P Herein lies the purpose of ho-noraries-the ex- pression of gratitude of all, to them who have accomplished, whose each attainment has been the gain of all. But these very honors are only an incen- tive, for those who have deserved them, to greater accomplishment, a, sign of the confidence of their fellows that they will continue in attainment. --ii.... ,1 -. -.1 '... 4, -new - 15ngxl"'l7Qix'Sy1.x4..,.,,. -4' 'A IE'-' 'f-f,vm:.- ' . J-c'a1'."::e: r a ,, . ...., I a r --z -5-v J. ..: P. I, 'Vein' 'il :J an i -5S:.i": 5 ',"" 19:9 1- ' - -' zz' .-:igsf i-1 1' '-u , : 4h 'N-'v5.' ' ' I . 1 a - -r:lg4"'iE?6-. '. V5 , ,.4 , .,,. ., .. HJ. . 5. xwmwsv- 2 ' E ' - ' 44. 2 - V - ,Ji 6 Pf!" I LD., f UK ' S'- V , u- :rv ! f .V . . , I V" 1 f QQ " '.Q .11- Ee A A 14 ' 1 .1, wi Q 11- Vg -, ' . 3. ly .V Q Q V 563 Q 1 E. , .. . ..., ,,.. wma. A X i 1' .41 , . 1 . 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' I' i Alvin Lombardi - - - - - - - ' ' Pfesldent H Q53 Fi-itz Wilson - Treasurer if Edgar Leonard Secretary Q t 1 1 1 T Members in Faculty 5 . Q i S ' 5 . r I ,I i Paul Harwood Ernest Inwood E. Martie 1 ' it V j Charles Haseman C. Jones C. M. Scranton 3, M' Members - df Gre or 1 Adams Harve Dondero Edvar Leonard 1 5 - Y C3 . Q : Joseph DeReemer Jack Gilmartin Bill Ligon , E Alvin iLombardi Jack 'WaQther 3 Francis Smith Fritz WiQSon I 5 I S i E rs Wt M! Q ' ' Q i r J 5 g Eti. I 3 5 f S if 1 -rag .422- 3 1 5 1 1 Q First ROW? DCRCCmIedr, Dondero, .Gi1martin, Harwood, Hascman. Second Row: Inwood, Leonard, Ligonf ombardi. Third Row: Martic, Scranton, Smith, Walther, VVi1son. i ' an '-E qv- . H 1- - . .,, ...... --.M , N-, ,,.t - ..., --,i.,,,,,,,t, -. , 'Y . QVC? E -- ' , iii- L:5:- 21 X E ,,,,,,,,,s4 - ,Wm-M 1V'-. ,l.A A ,xrq D it-EA ' - --,,,f 51661 1 9 3 V I i""'y g""'-'I yds 1 i 2 4 RTE ISIA to 'rr '9":i::431oiij t, ii T V X ig? w lil an I Q.. il ,E I lg ,x,. L s 2 3, i?f Sri wi 4,11 5 . ill: Qi' ,,. I E . cf' Z ! J! ii .3' Q , L' ,, B 5,1 0 N . rr 4 CAP AND SCROLL Honorary PV0men's Upperclass Society OFFICERS Gwendolyn Pierson - - - -V - Q - President Richmond Mann - - Secretary-Treasurer -Members in Faculty Margaret E. Mack, Verdie Fant, Mae Simas, Martha Huber Members Q Marjotrie Blewett Dora Clover Jean Hughes Lois Carman Doris Conway . 'Elizabeth Johnstone Richmond Mann Faralie Smithson Gwendolyn Pierson Clara Tomlin First Row: Blcwctt, Carman, Clover. Second Row: Conway, Hughes, Johnstone, Mann. Third Row: Pierson, Smithson, Tomlin. ,. . ,.,.,...-,..t, .a.ii. r- fs -fis - e-,fe----em 4Q-- W-'-svn' " " 'A 7 gg af , ,,Wftia+?,:7:iif:fiiiiiggiziiiiztgiigiLegg- 5 . CCE' 1 9 3 1 wi V RTEMISIA -Fw v fi' R X , , r I x i 1 . I , J . ,ii Ili gi l , A, , - , f' e -f---We wf--- L W r , ..,' . -- .. f- , AA ' Y ' ,L - ge.J:-,.-1-may ' - 5-5. , h LV L,-,,-, H - Qiaefkobj El 15959 e Mime X A We ,Hoi ' -- 'lv ,,,:.-- BLoCK N Hgnmgry Menls Athletic Society l OFFICERS l . I Q, Bill Ligon - - ' ' ' ' Pfesldem Stanley Johnson - Secretary and Treasurer it bf ,Q i Members in Faculty 'r ' 4 iilii Chester Scranton E. Martie 2 K fi W I il if L Members Ii 1 ,I il 1 TRACK Ei I I a 1 1 . Howard Arthur Bill Ligon 2 A J Arthur Brewster Byron O'Hara 1 ? Jack Gilmartin John Rossiter itll: l i Morgan Huntington Roy Salsbury -P l Stanley Johnson Neil Scott 5 i 5 Pete Ketelson A Clem Sultenfuss Fritz Wilson Q i , E-- - ,,,, ........, .. .. , r 5 142' 5 lltll l lf L 2 i i l 2 l 5 l ei? l 2 i E 36 ll 1 g . , 52 ' X . . V -1 l l Q: ' 1. J 5 F' s R ': . b uit on A2 rose' Afthufy BaCke13.B3Vthe1S, B1CdS0e, Brewster, Caldwell. Second Row: Calloway, DC- eemer, Farnsgoflth, Fi-ietag, Gilmartin, Griflin, Guffrey. Thi1,d ROW: Handley, 1 1 JO 115011, Ketelson, Lefebvre, Leonard, Levy. , . 'R 3' - . .. 1 O ' d w "lv Q D 1:3 ra 'L '.1".giiiQg"rr"--'fe Q--4 -W f .r., - ,,- .. - E1 Gibb . .ff j 51681 1 9 3 1 I v 'ia he ' ...A ARTEMISIA 1 TN 2 YQ V I EE t ie W so 0 ll 4 I 1 i B L O G K N Honorary M6'7Z,5 ff thletic Society FOOTBALL .4 1 i i i I Fern Ambrose Lloyd Guffrey Robert Madriaga Wally Rusk Ex A Bill Backer Earl Handley James McGaraghan Neil Scott it I Herb Barthels Jack Hill Matthew Mohofrotvich Alfred Thies ' Seaborn Caldwell Al Lefebvre Ted Overton Leslie Tomley I George Drury Arthur Levy Gail Parsons Jack Walther li Earl Elliot Walter Linehan Henry Rampoldi Willard Weaver John Griffin Milton Young 5 5' , t BASKETBALL Dan Bledsoe Eldridge Farnsworth Jack Gilmartin Stanley Johnson Jud Dakin Oscar Erietag John Griffin Alvin Lombardi Joe DeReemer John 'Eulmis Jack Hill Willard Weaver I V Q MANAGERS 1 I Douglas Calloway Edgar Leonard Bruce Thompson Alvin Lombardi L l A A Pi? 0 First Row: Ligon, Linehan, Lombardi, Madriaga, McGaraghf1n, Mohorovicll. Second Row: O'Hara, Overton Parsons, Rampoldi, Rusk, Salsbury, Scott. Third Row: Thies, Thompson, B ' Tomley, Walther, Weaver, Wilson, Young. Q 'X , - ,.,,, , . ,,,,, .-.,....,,,, , ,,,.. ..,,...t - ,.., .....,...,,m---4 .--f-. ---A-A ---H f -'--' -- fr- - -- - - as z z I Q no t 1 9 3 1 we 1 RTEMISIA 1 l 4 -T1 l v ieifqebi Fil IX.-4fQ ..af.e-f-mega?-C if'-f Kmmmiml G O T H I C N . 0 Honorary lfV0men'5 ffthfetie Society OFFICERS Q Dorothy Kallenbach - - - - - - President gf Euphemia Clark - - - Vice-President 5' l Dorothy Ernst - - Secretary-Treasurer Qi, . r Q 2 Members m Faculty Tl ' Vcrdie Fant Martha Huber Mae Simas Q ,I 2 l fllembers' ' l' Y , i Euphemia Clark Dorothy Kallenbach ' , i Dora Clover Irma Parker W Dorothy Ernst C131-3 Tormlin fl i it 1 1 I l 5 First Row: Clark, Clover, Ernst. Second Row: Kallenbnch, Parker, Tomlin. l :- 1 C I gig. 57.7355131i:,,,e:1,.l:liii:g.Ti:r'ii,T,45E,e:+ DA...-u,e 2? l Y Ii 66? J - H701 1 9 3 1 8 l 1 Rel , x Ill 1-1 .I 33 gi ES' :nn lltlf. 1 I, ,nl ffi I D . ARTEMISIA .1, i 1 . 116 ,. 1: '1 as 'x 'Q ll .,. L l li ll ii IK 2 v a l 5 , 1 if CX '- ... vf Weil E a ,, b 1 Q L nffeee+g+,i1f:1:fgmon'al IK 0 F SCABBARD AND BLADE F l W National flonorary Military Fraternity 0 sz M , ' OFFICERS ij Leonard Fox - ----- i - - - Captain ' ? Arvin Boerlin - - First Lieutenant f l Marion Richards - - Second Lieutenant ling ii Fred Fader - - - - V First Sergeant 5 , K 2 F-2 Honorary fllembers 1 , . - L , l K - Colonel VVm. Standiford Sergeant Grant Hustis I ll l 1 Lieutenant H. B. Wilcox Dr. Walter E. Clark V Members L Arvin Boerlin 1 Carl Elges Jack Lindly Q L lg Willard Douglas Fred Fader . A Robert Merriman Calvin Dodson Leonard Fox Walter Mitchell Q I Q Marion Richards ' Adelbert States Orvis Riel I Edward Usnick S r lit if E, 1 - . 5 5 l S g 5 5 if ' ? U' I 1 .5 5 5 133 f i L L Q E Tig L +2 F 2 l s l i 1 ,. is l 1 . First Row: Boerlin, Elges, Dodson, Douglas. Second Row: Fader, Fox, Lindly. Third Row: Mitchell, Riel, Richards, Usnick. I EE! Ge Lg .- W 1931 mu nm., f.,- 1 c 1 i v 1 ' Q l 1? .s 'OQQ wi-1 fo S i x , w i -1 i i , l F JU. AQIUJ 4 RTE ISIA L i 1 . be it a H ----A X- f""" -' 7 DELTA' ALPHA EPSILON National Honorary English Sodiety for VVomen I Founflerl at the U nfwersity of N ewlflfl F if-sz Semester oFF1cERs Second Semester Faralie Smithson - - President - - Faralie Snmithson Helen Montrose - - Vice-President - - Helen Montrose Frances Armbruster - - Secretary- - - Mary Ruth Seamon Cecilia Hawkins - - - Treasurer - - - Margaret Ede . Members in Faculty W V Katherine Riegelhuth Professor A. E. Hill Members Frances Arrnbruster Jean Hughes Louise ,Rawson 9 , 1 Euphemia Clark Elizabeth Johnstone Mary Ruth Seamon ' W Margaret Ecle Richmond Mann Faralie Smithson ' fue Margaret Fuller Berry McAnally Helen Steinmiller ii 3 Margaret Hart Helen Montrose Helene Turner i Cecilia Hawkins Inez Walker g all M embers Electefl February, 1931 - l li i Mrs. lna Angus Mildred DeWitt Marjorie Myles Elsie Seaborn ' Ruth Bixby Fredrica Lippman Helen Olmstead Marian Stone Blythe Bulmer Blanche Lucas Helen Peterson Mary Trudelle , Lois Carman Isabel Matley Rose Sala Elizabeth WaQlace Ii A 7 L. ,ll fl l. First Row: Angus, .-Xrmruster, Bixby, Bulmer, Carman, Clark, Devvitt Second ROW. Ede Fuller Hart, Hnwkinsliolhlugiljfi -lohgftonev LlPPm3Hi LUCHS- Third Row: Mann, Matley, Mcllnallyi Mont-i Se' ' 5 C51 msteadv PCWYSOH, Rawson. Fourth Row: Seaborn Seamon Smxthson, Steinmiller, Stone, Trudelle, Turner, Wallace. , l ZUTJYZD'-F 1 ggpg D721 1 Q 3 1 E592 1. A 1 l E TV i 4 T -1 I lg. V sl 1 1 ,H be Z 5 . S ! i v i r "' R T E l S l ,Q Pu? - .+A K - TQ ' D -7 " "',G:"' "-HH H-4--...-..,.,,,--. ,suzm..,.--.f-?- 'v' ' 'qlfqf' U 1 ' S : Honorary Dramatic Society 1 1 OFFICERS S! 2 George Vargas -... - President i , Clara TOml1H - Vice-President 1 Frances ljlilborn - Secretary l gi f Howard Sl1CCI'lI1 rl-lfegguref , gl Stanley Sundeen - ---- - - - Manager l 1' . l Q Member tn Faculty 1 if Q l , 5 jf 1 W. K. Collonan i l, l 5 E Members ' 5 : l I . . . A li, 1 l E Betty Anderson Richard Hillman Joseph Rlsley 1 A V? , Alice Mae Atkinson Joseph Jackson Betty Saxton Q T mf, William Beemer Dorothy Johns Howard Sheerin 3 ' 5 Bernice Blair Fredriea Lippman Leland Sidwell ' li, I Edwin Cantlon John Mariani Stanley Sundeen I V Jr Walter Clark Berry MeAnally Harold Taber T Mf, Denise Denson Robert Merriman Clara To-mlin T f ' i Clifford Devine Byron 0'Hara Virginia Lou Trevitt Y L Louise Gastanaga Loran Pease Dan Trevitt I . . . . I James Henriehs Willis Pressell Fred Trevitt Frances Hilborn Gwendolyn Pierson George Vargas F SZ l ? -, ' 5 1 Q I fi l i Q l 3 l . l I g 1 1 1 Q2 ,gi s T' ,. i ,, ,... First Row: Anderson, Atkinson, Beemer, Blair, Cantlon, Clark, Denson, Devine. Second Row: Gastanaga, Henrichs, Hilborn, Hillman, Jackson, Johns, Lippman, Mariani.. Third Row: McAnally, Merri- l man, O'l-lara, Pease, Pierson, Pressell, Risley, Saxton. Fourth Row: Sheerin, Sid- Q 5 ' Well, Sundeen, Taber, Trevitt QDQ, Trevitt Tomlin, Vargas. i F , L N., ' I -A ..,- .- A... W- --F5-+-M-Y----H-M ---- f.-Yil--- -----f a ---i' - ' - - - . 1- faQmwWm 2i:2r:f11:1':g1i:gi.if:1:ig:: U K 1931 H1731 I ' Yi i v r RTEMISIA l i i I , P is 'i 1 , N l l - i I I 1 1 5 I ' V 1 Ei 6. - . e e Q- e V- -Y A - i HH -5, yg,.1TQ:h'-ff if , :axon E3 .Ai A F gjgQQpQ W, MASK AND DAGGER National Honorary Dramatic Society 0 51 OFFICERS V P li Byron 0,HHI'H - ---- - - President ,N y George Vargas - - - ViCC-PI'6SiClCnt E' Gwendolyn Pierson - - - Secretary ip! i 3 l -1 iii illembers in Faculty ,!, W. K. Collonan, E. E. Williams 'Hy V Members i li Bernard Hartung Gwendolyn Pierson Stanley Sundeen 4 Richard Hillman Howard Sheerin Dan Trevitt Byron 0,HHra George Vargas li? ti - i as v , , r......ii. -,m.-M,M 1 g ! i if G 5 l X '5 2 1 ll I F E 1: 3 all ear 1 E id ' ,li- 0 I 4zf': First Row: Hartung, Hillman, 011-Iam, Pierson. Second ROW: Sheet-in, Sundecn, Trevitt, Vargas. 22 -. i , ' " . .g 3 ,,,,51,,g:3+- - ree- H - W -A--4 --.- i .. , A El T any ei -qeiJTi1'1i,,e'f'MgQgjgj-3:1 QL-, .Jli?nv ' El mi 1 9 3 1 ,,,... 1111 'A F V 5 i F' i f E s RX A it T MI nt .+ e- --L -id ' ' Y - ' .f 1.....--- ,..A. . . , , ,,..,, ,-..,. ,. tl..,..-.......,,.a,,-... .- --- l v' " ' SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON National Honorary Mining Fraternity i I I OFFICERS , Wallace VV-hifi? - ---- - - Pfegiqlent A Willard Van Doren - - Vice-President fl Ben Johnson - - - - - Secretary Harve Ashby - Editor gg Members in Faculty if V. P. Gianella C. Jones ' A Members Norman Annett Minter Harris Robert Prince Harve Ashby Ben Johnson Charles Thompson . 1 Joseph DeReemer Gilbert Matthews Willard Van Doren i Stephen Dubravac Edmund Muth Wallace White l Claude Hammond Bernard York Ashby, DcRcemer, Dubravac, Hammond, Harris, johnson. Second Row: Muth, Prince, Th p son, Van Doren, White, York. I El om p X 1 9 3 l D751 2 . i 1 i 1, W, ARTEMISIA 10- r il? ei ,.l :fl '.r .lr i. .Il -i bfi 1 .yi ii ' ,G , F r'?"'aa a ff' Wgg,9 g,,M4,g.,,VL'1 1.1'M'L1'7' C - . A I l?Q f . S W fingers-.31 ECI I Q95 NU ETA EPSILON e Honorary Engineering Society 0 OFFICERS F. H. .- - - - - ' "' " PI'CSldCI'lt F. L. Bixby - - - ---- Secretary-Treasurer i ' Members in Faculty .il Clark Amens Jay Carpenter C. Jones i -4 F. L. Bixby A. Fulton S. G. Palmer l H. P. Boardman Arthur Gay W. S. Palmer 5 5 Wayfne Buerer V. -P. Cvianella F. H. Sibley M Members A 1 l Gordon Burner Francis Headley I Ernest Clays Bill Ligon ff Robert Geyer Robert Prince EW y Francis Smith f i f if E. , . 3 i ' L l l i il ' Q if 5' y l'Q P . fi 3 First Row: Burner, Geyer, Headley. Second Row: Ligon, Prince, Smith. y 1 can-. M if .Q a fe -..F ff me 1-A L. - - , -TF-, It Ii , ?i is N, H761 1 9 3 1 i 1 6 I 1 R A RTEMISIA ilfl. A4' 7 . 4 E V . l 51 l .I if l. KK V E f 'a l :r-1 Sli . fls 'Q 5 , 1 f ll X 552 QQ Qi? Q22 ey V1 4 5 1 1 3 0 SQUARE AND COMPASS G. A. YVessitch h - Elmer Perry - Ben Solari - YVillia1n Floyd George Jackson Loran Pease National Masonic Fraternity A OFFICERS ' - - - - President ' - - - - - Vice-President ' - - - - - - - Secretary-Treasurer Coach-N. B. Nelson Members Elmer Perry V Ben Solari Leroy Russel Cy Wainright G. A. Wessitch First Row: jackson, Pease, Perry. Second Row: Solarl, Wainwright, Wessitch. fl' A W ,rr,,. - .e.. . ...,-.-.. .4e, --W-A .Q--. " ".. ' l f' " f E1 I - e?f?'P,9.f'j"i1Qjgf'jjTjj"jQjilfgffiillilggflffflff 1 9 3 1 ww ARTEMISIA "TW" A ' T slm 'F'jj""'fc'11e'!"'c 1 ..:.: fee . qgb Egg, SUNDOWNERS OF THE SAGEBRUSH Wallace VVhite - - Stanley Johnson - - Honorary Mc1z's Goof! Fcllowslriib Society OFFICERS'-'FALL SEMESTER Eldridge Farnsworth - John White Roy Bankofier - - Eldridge Farnsworth J. C. Jones Irvin Ayer Robert Bankofier Roy Bankofier Malcolm Blakely Douglas Calloway Stephen Dubravac OFFICERS-SPRING SEMESTER - President - Secretary Treasurer - - - - - - - - President - Secretary - - - - - - Treasurer Members in Fmculzfy F. L. Bixby fllembers ' Eldridge Farnsworth b Robert Merritt James Foran Wally Rusk John GriHin Stanley Johnson Allye Lawson Alex Lohse Benton Turner John White Wallace White Milton Young Q ' '. 'y.SenR F t Ron -hier, Bankoner QB J, BHIQFOHCF CR D, B1f1lsC1V, Calloxxa co d ow: Dubravac, Farnsw th Foran, Grlffin, johnson, Lohse. Third Row: Merritt, Rusk, Turner, White UJ, White Young 'q3 :' E .Ti,,Ff"':11f .gfiiff szfiff-Ee'-1'fqE-'E Buggy 118 93 ARTE ISIA ,..., -+11 "Q' gf ,C "- p:i2,f::1:':'-'H-'.g.,,,,5,E +10 ww f: KAPPA KAPPA PSI N nfiomzl H cmorary Bam! Fraternity Roland Boyden - Beale Cann - Claude VVll1llCl' - lvillard Van Doren Roland Boyden Gerry Brummond Beale Cann Horace Church Jean DeBerard Kenneth Elges Nolan Crault OFFICERS Member' in Faculty Theodore H. Post Members George Gottschalk Paul Hartman Alvin Jacobs William Little Walter Matson Fred Nagel - President - Vice-President - Secretary - Treasurer Robert Palmer Robert Prince Franklin Rivers Claude Snooks Thomas Trythall Willard Van Doren Claude Winder First Row: Bovden Brummond Cann Church DeBerard. Second Row: Gault, Gottschalk, Jacobs, Little, fy1?,t5,,,i, Nagel, Thill-Li Ronin Palmei, Prince, Snooks, Trythall, Van Doren, Winder. ,? 931 f179j 3 I i v R T E Ml S IA 1 1 1 f J OMEGA MU IOTA Pz'e-Medical S ociezty OFFICERS Claude Wirlder - - - - ' ' " ' President Ruth Stewart - - - - - - - Secretary-Treasurer ML'nzbcr'5 in Faculty Verdie Fant Martha Huber Members Harold Armistead Jessie Hartley Bonnie Jean Austin Vernon Hirst Fred Barkow Alvin Jacobs Ted Brown Annabelle Langiberg Edwin Cantlon Natalie Lipman Gordon Carman Jack McGee Elizabeth Carpenter Robert Merritt Bruce Moore Walter Mitchell John Molini Naudine Murphy Dave Clark Hugh Cooper Kenneth Elges Fred Foster Leo- Nannini Duane Nelson Madeline 0'Connell Newton Parke Florence Sthedd Frank Stewart Ruth Stewart Thomas Trythall John Wilslef Claude Winder Jack Wright 1 i l l l First Row: Barkow, Brown, Cantlon, Carman. Second Row- C t C ' . 1 Jacobs. Third Row: Lipman, Merritt, Nlitchell, Nfolini, Maliijlflflyfriqanoliiiililiri 153135, gjgblriiielllrhrsti l Fourth Row: Parke, Shedd, Stewart QFD, Stewart QRJ, Trythall, Wilslef R2Vinder ljvright J x p - 32 V -A A ---ee A ' if ,. ' '- Q B, me ce as c , aa ,era J r W 1, o C Q,,, E1 IISOJ 1 9 3 1 i'? 4 sl, 'lzk i i N Q ' A lj T W fa as L W Psi f- """ W - .V ,,,, ' A ' ' 'A' " ' ' f- 1!!'s:-21111 't':vs:f',s4,,,m1 W' L4 1niis.g.r?' 'A' f:1f,ffQl'Q'f?TTiT?:-, ' - ' -----MM235, .If-, - -I -f--- T H-Q IIE ' of 'ff -Q 1 -W WL e 1:.:segi.3f.g'ar'e,"-'WEQEZ z Qw,J5 v K c.L-r-l'- v, 5 I y BLUE KEY ivvllfilflllfll 11 ozmrnry Sprfvfcn Frrztw'nity y OFFICERS ' l l,el:inil Siilwell - - - , President sl Xyillizim xllerbert - - , Secretary ' l'l'1lllClS binitli - - - - - - - - Treasurer F Mil,7,l'l11,f'.f in Faculty E XVilli:nn R. lilackler, Paul Harwood, William Collonan, Charles Haseman i L E i HOI1f07'H7'37 fllcmbers l lirewster :Mlains Frank Hood Silas R055 1 l l"reil. G. lialzar Kelly Ingalls James G. Scrugham ia! E!! 1 Howzird Doyle Frank Lockman RQ B. Taylor st. I ,Q 5 l ' ' fllembers ' ills George .-Xdzunson Eldridge Farnsworth James Settlemeyer lg' I slack Albin Arthur Graham Leland Sidwell j u e lrrin Ayer Raymond Hackett Francis Smith l yy Nick Basra William Herbert Stanley Sundeen Y 'Pgl Douglas Calloway Richard Hillman Fred Trevitt ' V Albert Davis Bill Ligon Jack Walther 4 ri George Davis Alvin Lombardi Fred Weeks - of 1' Joseph DeReemer Robert Merriman Fritz Wilson Harvey Dondero William Woodburn :va :ln il is 5 il 1 I - lg 1 f EE I. in : Q 2 ig? Q l ' . , ' . D1 l D d ' y DC' lfirst Row: Adarnson, Albin, Ayer, llasta. Second Row. Callovyayi-Il?lflV2Sn C-Qillm r'I1':in1gm.dZZ MCQTI-iigin, , Rvrfineig Ifzirriswortli. Third Row: Gl'1Il1Hm, Hnckettl Hcrbfzlt' ,ll Em- kvefis wilson Vvoodbuml SgfLlq'y1Jqgyl'r, Pwlyljfth Row1Sidwcll, Smith,SuI1dCCVl, Tl-CVItt7 Wa t el, 7 7 -i ,. c as . ,,........e,. .. af i f- - -ee- a-"' ' ""f'rr' "i1'i:.- ,, 'p-,45q73l13 ' Q Fi T'T1i'i1LTfgQ2?...T f--a mf- M f-eet fs-Q e e ""'h A MK lE.T, ,- " i e rm 1 9 3 I H1811 ?"?:'+f5?'q1zo 921 'E GSB 1: r ii .Ii Lil fy . I ! Y i E . Q.. Q . Al: i I I Q I e 1 1 l i i l 5 il Q f f V A R T E lvl l S l A V -we-1 A tg-, g,,.,,r,gP..g.1 ".A so I E -- 2 . lgewmw-sw... was P r. .r.. .a P A -ee ree-3 - L aa PHI KAPPA PHI p Noiionol Honorary Soholorshijr Society 0 OFFICERS 0 T 1 . A. Carpenter -P ' " ' ' President Z Wm. I. Smyth - - Treasurer i Martha Huber - ' Secretary E 7 LE , ll g ' ,di A ctzoo Membeirs J v 'N C, L, Searcy S. G. Palmer ll Cruz Venstrom Sarah L. Lewis K H ' Q A. Carpenter Wm. I. Smyth all A V. P. Geianeiia H. P. Boardman H f L' r Martha Huber F. L. Bixby p I Verdi Fant Charles Haseman C. Jones G. W. Sears ,Qi F. W. Wilson Robert Stewart Q G- B- Blair P. A. Lehenbauer A. E. Hill . Edith Reubsam A. L. Higginbotham Maxwell Adams Jessie Pope Peter F ransden Z :pt Katherine Riegelhuth B. F. Chappelle A Sli C- R- Hicks R. Gottardi V p A F. W. Trainer E. G. Sutherland I L. W. Hartman R. Young T . R. C. Thompson T .ig 5 4. 5 F 1 I I 182 - ig ...,,,w.,.,. I Cab 9 3 T1 ! I Q 1 4 A i l ARTEMISIA . . '? 1 I - c 2 All :I ii -sl Lei illl all ill 1 , I i . 1 I g . xl'- lr ,L X ,iw "' T- VM RYVA :W "'- -.JL -'--- 4--- N -J-J, '--- -" new ir .1 Y.: - . ..-. ' ,Y , .,, , .C ,NW EH SELL . . t , ,, . s a 1 - ' PHI KAPPA PHI C 0 .lflf'111fw'1'x lc'l1'f:f1'zf filprif 22, 1930 0 l 9 XValter Ballerstein Precious Nash lflKlNVIll'll C. Henry Dan Senseney 4 4 Mrs. H. Spann ll 1 - l l 1 .lilwzzifuw Elf'cfz'1l Sl?f7Ifl'77L!N37' 23, 1930 l Josephine Arlang Walter Clark 1 l + liiupbemia Clark Robert Prince L i . I , 3 9 l 5 Claude Wiiidei' l l 1 l I yr illll 1lfI1'n1!u'rs l:'lvct1'd fnnzmry 29, 1931 f , lf 7 l 35 lna Angus Elizabeth Johnstone if Luis Carman Faralie Smithson 1 i Cecilia Hawkins Jack Thurston 1 il , Frances Headley Flora Weed 141, ' 'U 1 'Q all Marvin Humphrey lVlrs. llflaurine Webster i . 'Ji Q' l 3 i ei 5 E a l . 1 H E f f il i la 3 l 5 l 1 :Q W .,.,,.,,. 1. 13-,.,ggf57iiiQigi,ji:gi 'Z 'W11 I ' , 9 i f use ...1 4-i 1 9 3 I D831 , .- ,- 'I-T, fig Q -15 -Q12-Tzwcj' f' ,i 35551 4 . 1 Qs. 7:1 2 - -- "w 5 gzi- -:-,,, Q r-1 :Q E I Q-Q 3:--ig. , 4 : it ., 'e 1 ' Y are we in college? How often that question is asked, and there is only one an- swer which can justify us in remaining: "We are preparing for life, learning to live, spending these four years in order that each year thereafter may offer double richness." I . What, then, more desirable than looking for- ward to the new life, and seeking to gain knowledge here of that which shall in time be most important to us? 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'-ff' ' ,.Qg,s- ff' ',-3115-.. ,f,'.f -.n . - ..-.1 N ' ' N r l' ' .:' A1 C ' ' , .-'.' . vb. . QQ ' ' z' A, AMPUS GROUPS A .1-.JF - '- ' lf- 57 AW.. . . . . . - ...-2-I'.-.:l:.1I'. lf E1-'A-g:.',-. .. A, . . '- 2 -Ef'!I?,:.4-Li'.I.'-all: .iL,-g1.i:.., -Q "1-4'--..'0s..-.-.-.Jia-, .l:...5,ws!ifEf,' .,A -f . , , . -,M, . JIU.-. .QV - :I-ffiz, --.qi--,... .,.... 5, , . ...l R. -. .,,..,... Ri. uw- -- ff:ff'f""'f"" 'f ' ' :v-'lirlfr .. ',1-s.2:-- 31" " ' ' ' :'.g1'f' -a "' ,.- F :Wil 1 " " " if , ' ' " .. . 5 . I 'Y 1 .. l l'i':'-"':-rx E "I RTEMISIA - e ff e Qfifi ieee ,f1 ,. . :rt H lg fl:-ky, i l l u, l I 1. lf Nl I ll l 2 5 i Z 1 4 i 'Q Ei -5 li i i. ,l Y. W. C. A. CABINET ' UFl'ilLil'lRN Elizabeth Johnstone - - President Marjmirie Blewett - - Vice-President Marioii Nichols - - - Secretary Dorothy Ernst - - Treasurer .1VI1'IIl!lI'I'5 Betty Allen Marjcirie lilewett Xlzirion Nichols Helen Ulinsteud i i 5 1 S ' 5:2 " 'I ll ll 37 ll il H , l at fl I i E ' i l f - .,. Z l 5 , i 1 : ,g: 'il 21 Q n I , A ll . , t l f, Dorothy Lrnsr .hllen Oleon ' Cecilia Hawkins Gwendolyn Pierson i 11 fl 5 1 . . . . Q l 3 Elizabeth Johnstone Helen Bteinmiller R i Richmond lWnnn Cl:ir:1'l'omlin i we V hflzlri' 'llruclelle I W : r - 1 . ' fl it l .ll i il F QE ll? l 1 ill l gi ll l 42? il "J i ' l F E 5 A l gli ll gil l ll ii li l Q T , x tj , l f First R 'g 1 - . , - 4 ovi Allen, llllxwlf, lglfnst, llauxilxins, Ql.,l,,,et,,m.' Mtmnx Nlulml RUM Nghols, Ollnstt-Jil. Pinson, , 'l'ln-nn-son. lfinilin, 'l'1inli-llv. i i i, 2-' Q Qeab E' my - " 'lv 'r'- he--gr, t .,e.e-eA- 186' C 'S I 1 Na 2,1 2 w I RTEMISIA. X PT weil .Qf,Qf'f"1fI' aiiti 5ff'f'1'iW"'Eii549 C I g II I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Robert Bankofier John Winters - Leonard Fox - G. A. Wessitch - Arvin Boerlin - Robert Stewart V. E. Scott Robert Bankofier Ro-y Bankoner Arvin Boerlin Elwood Boerlin Robert Dutton Leonard Fox Chris Gansberg AGGIE CLUB OFFICERS Members in Faculty F. W. Wilson Members LouisfGardella Attilio Genasci Wm. 0. Hill Marvin Humphrey Keith Lee Wesley Martin Vernon Mills Edmond, Recanzone President - Vice-President - Secretary Treasurer - -Historian I P. A. Lehenbauer Peter Fransden Ben Solari Qliver Sturla Alfred Thies Fred Weeks I G. A. Wessiteh John Winters M. Woodward First Row: Bankofier QBOIJD, Bankoiier Clloyj, Boerlin Boerlin Dutton, Fox. Second Row: Gans berg, Gardella, Genasei, Humphrey, Lee, Martin. Third Solari, Stur1a,Th1es, VVeeks, Wessitch, 'Wint Row' Recanzone, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I i V Y. -Q5 15 ,Qf 1515:iii?:ii15'1i:i:fg1i.i1:4.TTTLii 1 9 3 1 H1871 RTE ISIA 1 . Z 1 1 i . v i . r ,l il 1 3 . E i I 'vie F!u .li .. .. "7'igg-,gijfjL.s.a,,,,,,'a'w S ' i In gicqlzfsbgl E f- we-LBP , E05 VSQZQQW' .i , Y I ff Hoivns EooNoM1os CLUB i OFFICERS Margaret Purdy - - - ' l ' f Pfesldem' Lucile Stone - - ' V1Ce'Pfe5ldCm Blanche Radcliffe - ' SCCYCYHFY v., Lois Barber - - - - ' ' ' ' Treasurer 5 Members in Faculty V Sarah Levwis Louise Springer ', Jesse Pope Ruth Talboy la .' if . Members 1 i Blanche Alexander ane Eaton Grace Little Verna Selmer if . ll . . . . J H Q f Betty Allen Marjorie Fay Nell Lozano Florence Shedd g 3 5 Julia Baidini Rose Fodrin Adeie Meyers Edith Smith li Q f L 2 Lois Barber 1 ean Fosbinder Mar Lou Me ers Norma S ina L , . Y Y g l P i 1 i , Frances Barnes Mrs. Foster Ellen Qlson Lucile Stone 'l I i 1 - - . 'I 1 'L' 4 Alice Batchelder Margaret Goble Beatrice Patterson Margaret Sullivan 3 Q . - ' . l Q y ' Matilda Belmonte Mildred Goble Marlon Perry Helen Webb gi , - Marguerite Bridges Barnestine Harris Gwendolyn Pierson Teddy Webb 1 W Cora Bryant Mildred Huber Margaret Purdy Hannah Webster -v , gi gf Edith Bunker Viola Huyck Rees Rechel Q Margaret Wells fi 5 Q Cecile Cotter Maia Jensen Blanche Radcliffe Virginia Wheeler 5 1 1 t Marjorie Craft Dorothy Kallenbach Jean Sauer Elberta Wilson Mrs. Dixon Ora Lee , Carol Scott Catherine Wright E' 5 Q l :JAN III 5 B A il" fri A li if EQ. l L S ' ' '55 it fi gl? ll EV 3 i, a' J Q rl ' :I g ' ii 2 5 E I A 1 ! 55 A : F' . . . lririfcgvbQc1Si?nEjt2nA1Igin' Igiljlnlv E31'bjC.l', BIIFIICS, Batchcldcr, Bclmonte,-Bridges, Bunker. S'econdBf1W5 Huyck, Jensen lazrlldlribuclmulib- Oigui Goble cMfU'8'111'0U, Goble QlN'I1ldrcdj, Huber. Third Row- Row: Patterson Perry lliexisiin 6,1 Lliimvbl Meyers QAJ, Meyers UVIJ, Olson. Fourth 7 x , ll'C , H ' ,Q 3- s .. . ,' rg u 1 Smith, Stonfr, Sullivan Webb fl-I Dy WLlCliL i' gum, Scott, Stlmui Shtddi Fifth Rim ' - ' ' ' - i 01 CDD, VVcbstcr, Wells, Wheeler, Wright- r ' 'l ' W V - :-2-4 3 Grab Q . " 46? Qian N S 69 Q .b T K H b q W- .,,.,,, ,fl M TWU-Y, 5 ,A-" g M Mn iv E H X. 5 ':Tf"f'fQ"."ifQi'fn.QflfHif .m""i'f'fff'e'!b , ' ,S ,.,, W .i.. .smdm ' I I H1881 1931 l A-. x , I 3 1 G 9 J: if .4 I il 1 v i F 1 gg , i l w t x i l i i 5 i J 1 fl G .. ra T EMI 5 mi 'N' ij X + L 1. . W I EE -Q. ., i A L., ., , ,M . , ,, . ...,,,,. F X 41-mmE.'m'mDi-F-.aas':e'efi:1i"e ::1'g:-fy H 1 , 1 4. 1 gi. L " W' X S NORMAL CLUB "' 0 G OFFICERS y Q J Ruby Thomas - ---. - President 0 U lg lVlarion Uhart - - - VjCe-PfeSident I I i it Evelyn Molineux Secretary-Treasurer 'V 1 1 ii a s 5 in S ii ' I i Q y Members I Q SI? Esther Barrett Leone Kramer Dorothy Ray X ' , 5 Zelda Beebe Grace Little Rees Rechel i i kai! i Marguerite Bridges Hope McDonald Carrol Scott I' : 1 1 , 1 1,5 J' Cecile Cotter Adele Meyers Edith Smith Florence Cox Mary Lou Meyers Helen'Smith l Margaret Craft Q Evelyn Molineux Ruby Thomas l 5 5 Q Elizabeth Donohue Echo? Morgan Marion Uhart MS Rose Eodrin Armanda Nielson Howard Wasden Wilina Hartwell Hannah Peterson Hannah Webster ' Q g Viola Huyck Qlga Pirtle Margaret Wells K Q A Esther Pirtto K h l f il i l ii i i Ei f i i I- ' gi I, ' ' ' if i ,ii A i figs 'ig ' Q il 1 3 .' i ,ai , 1 Q r ,. f i U 0 Fi,-sg Row: Beebe, Bridges, Cox. Second Row: Craft, Donohue, Fodrin, Hartwell, Huyck, Little. Third R Molineux, Morgan, Meyers CAJ, Meyers Nielson, Peterson. Fourth Row: Rechel, ' I Scott, Smith CHQ, Smith w,ZlSdCH, Webste1', Wells, Uhart. M -H ,L ,i,,,, .- A... ,. i.-. S... - ...,.. -...ff v--.-W , -- .. a SQ, ff I EJ I gggp Qgfxietfrifiiill::i:::1i.i.g,i1Tg:ii I L I - it '- 5 if 9 3 189 ARTEMISIA if- WF, - . at - A -A 4 '-f1 ' i A Xff l gas?-92.-l-gi -,,, ci ,,gA:ffi,',g, ,.i, fax . F , CHEMISTRY CLUB 'ii OFFICERS 0 Jack Thurston - - - ' ' ' A ' President Edward Randall - ' Vicvpfesldent J Florence Shedd - - - Secretary Archie Wood - ' Treasurer , Q Members ll i Bottom Ro-w-Rose Sala, Armena Fritz, Adelyn Rotholtz. y Miflzllc R0-w-lVIeryl Deming, Bruce Moore, Leo Nannini, Calvin Bannigan, Alvin , Jacobs, Jack Thurston. Q Top R0w+Edward Randall, Archie Wood, Walter Bell, Fred Smith, Allan Lough, J, ill Leslie Upson, Dino Barengo, Edward Usnick. P I v .gi sp. iff 1 Not in Picture-Betty Allen, Blythe Bulmer, Donald Butler, Edward Dyer, Eva ilglf Edwards, Martha Hansen, Cecil Harris, E. Harris, Shirley Johnson, Dorothy Kallen- bach, George Lemon, lVlargaret Purdy, Thor Romwall, Elwood Rose, Florence Shedd, Claude Winder, Maxwell Adams, Francis Oakberg, George Sears. ' il , Wt ,V ii! gr, gi 2 i 4 l lx ' 5G 2 I 5 J 5 I , il u 0 QCP' l l 4 H901 193 1 I 335 'Q IISIA E 1 i ll qi 35 I if , ill If Vi .fp ,li D. is if ASSOCIATED ENGINEERS OFFICERS . Llgllll - - - - .. President Francis Smith - ViCe-Pye5ident AHICYY Davis ---- ---- - - .Secretary-Treasurer The Associated Engineers, an organization of all students registered in the Col- lege of Engineering, was founded in 1921 to make possible greater co-operation between the societies of the various branches of Engineering, and since that time has carried on a very active part in the ailairs of the University. Engineers' Day, which was introduced and sponsored by this group in order to give other students and the public an idea of the type of Work carried on by the Engineers, has for the past several years been combined with the Homecoming Celebration. The laboratories are opened to the public, with all apparatus in operation, and booths and exhibits of various sorts are prepared to illustrate the activities of the various branches. During the Sp-ring semester, the chief activities are the Engineer's Dance and a banquet at which the newly-elected officers are installed. I Cn lVIarch' seventeenth the entire engineering group had the pleasure of hearing several talks given by Mr. VVright, President of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. An informal banquet at the Century Club completed the day's activities. Mr. Wright spoke on the need for young engineers in present day industry and then briefly sketched some of their shortcomings in this field. In conclusion he urged all engineering students to fully realize the necessity of some cultural diversion from their otherwise technical Work after graduation. THE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING BUILDING 1 , P-l :A 'W J. v J 4 'F I I ,1 il 215 3 . i Q I L i 1 1 il, 'il el fl .l' iii Tl? QEQ lull' lillgll EE? ll? ll ll will lil lil' il 5: li I , Wi 1 I 1 I l P M R , S me a aa Vs e E s s s s -Q33 1 9 3 1 D911 W V ARTEIVIISIA R-f .5 Sli i l i..-. CIVIL ENGINEERS X 0 OFFICERS George Gray - - - - D - - President Albert Davis - - - - Vice-President Q Gerry Brummund - - Secretary-Treasurer Q i' ,I . l'-1 fi Members ii Bottom Row-Cleto Bengoa, Gerry Brummund, George Stockle, Jack Albin, George If Gray, George Schilling, Robert Millard. . ' Top R0-w-Willard Douglas, Walter Mattson, Winston Somerville, Cy Wainwright, I Q Lowell Russel, Milton Young, George Gilbert, Mason lldyers. I v - Not in Picture-Loren Beckley, Richard Clewett, Judson Dakin, Richard McGuire, Frederic Perley, James Ronnow, Edmund Ryan, William Shanks, Charles iii Bonnett, Carl Elges, Louis Pastrell, Harold Pearson, Leroy Russell, Norman Blundell, Horace Church, William Davis, Maxwell Harcourt, Telfer Kitchen, Fred Morrison, r.l i Donald G'Connell, Walter Reid, Fred Small, Claude Snooks, Maxwell Thompson, . Carlton King, Lowell Black. . v I ,E iii N I ir I, I1 -,lr Tw .l z", 'x I 15' xii, 0 lx E I 51921 1 9 3 I 4 1 1 l ARTEMISIA ff'-,Tfgf-f' A it CRUCIBLE CLUB OFFICERS- Norman Annett - - - V- - - .. President , BCl'll2ll'KT R7Ol'k - - ViCg-PreSident Edward Usniek - - - - Secretary-Treasurer Members 0 Bottom R0-zu-Jackson Woodward, John Swearingen, Benton Turner, Minter Harris Charles Thompson, Edward Usnick. ' A Top R0-zc,+BruCe Gould, Clyde Mattoon, Renard Farrar, Gliver Seymour, Samuel .-Xrentz, Norman Annett, Willard Van Doren, Bernard York. Not in Pz'cmrz'-Barnette Greenlee, George Harland, Thomas Hilberg, Edgar.Kell Robert Leighton, Jack Lukey, Frank Sharp, John Stock, Dan Thomas, Harvey Von- sild, John Brooks, William Egenhoif, Ellis Gates, Keith Gregory, Lionel Grindell Allen Guiberson, Claude Hammond, Delbert Hewitt, Morgan Huntington, Jack Lea- high, Cedric Nlaydwell, Earle Seaborn, John Taylor, John VVhite, Harold Willard Stephen Dubravac, Bennett Johnson, Gilbert Matthews, Fred Roumage, Harve Ashby Joseph DeReemer, Edmund Muth, Hardy Odell, Robert Prince, Thomas Jackson Pierce Perry, William White, Allen Mori, Gordon Kleinpeter, Colin Weir. Q i 4 1 e r"' -4" r':L:'ff::::i5:f.:11.i " Q -4:52 ff'-SZTQf'TTLT1f"'r.gj,,..-e e,... e-..-aW. 1 9 3 l tml ,f,,. I M, i ,A gi 1, F i., 4 if fi, 'll r, l l HM ll ,il ...K .. -' f-X 'T F 35-, ,1 te 3 T" F TTT! 2 ,, l Vi' 11- "N1 .+ ft ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS W Francis Headley - - - - - -"' ' ' ' Chairman Jack Hough - - - - Vice-Chairman u,lj5 Eugene Tuekef - - - Secretary-Treasurer XV S, G, Palmer - - - - - - - Student Counsel ,yg will e W' fldfembers L li Bottom Roto.-Fred Fletcher, Donald Knapp, William Wright, Eugene Tucker, ,id Nfl, 1, Jack Wardle, Clarence Jones, Jack Hough, Calvin Dodson, Laurence Zoebel, Donald T Atcheson. Top R0-w-Chester Elliott, Harold Westfall, I. Sandorf, Robert Siebold, Alex will Lohse, Hugh Mclntyre, Theodore Overton, Grvis Riel, Neil Plath, Lino Del Grande, ki if li ' Merle Atcheson, Edwin Martinez, Francis Smith, Robert Geyer. I' l lilly Not in Picture-William Best, Harry Bonniheld, Thomas Cahill, James Cazier, iii l Albert D'Allesandro, John DeKinder, Louis Dellamonica, John Flournoy, Paul Fon- ? ' T tana, Angelo Granata, Howard Hart, William Hart, Paul Hartman, Dan Harvey, George Mann, Philip McGuire, James lXflcKenzie, Ned Morehouse, Robert Palmer Ml T Grant Rice, Harry Shedd, George Shogren, Philip Smith, Ralph Smith, Orville 5 , Anderson, William Beemer, John Chism, Ervin Christensen, Charles Douglass, gg, - y i Harry Dunseath, Harry Ervin, Milton Murphy, Frederick Nagel, Paul Nichols, Odd F "I Ctteraaen, Raymond Robinson, Fred Tong, Leland Weathers, William Wood, 3 ' T Roland Boyden, Philip Daver, John Fant, .Fred La Marsna, Allye Lawson, Jack if Lindly, Donald Reed, VVilliam Dumble, Fred Fader, Francis Headley, Willis Pres- sell, Stanley Sundeen, Fred Eikelberger. , 1 it 1. 45 4 'iii i. w ll K, V i-ft .y- I ii, 651, 1:1 ' 1 1 i l 'A 5 ,Aa 15 il il? 'I i ,ii 4 'N ii 5 5 'li i f? i T gi 5 i ,i si My , 1 W si ally? 1 5 Mi. i. 3 t i . .XY 5 if ei, Lg Eff! 7 ,rj t- g., .ey A--I A 1 :, ef , -i 1 Q, 5. '. 14 ... , - 4f,f'ff.Tg :-4:1 .. f X is , -75-A - ,,,,. Y , - .4,, V - , xi- A, in Y J- Y f V ,rf ,,,.'Cijg, .. --Q lp-L 51941 D i 4 i U tel, Y . ART EMISIA n A 'Z 'ea VQEJETEZTLj1TQ,j,,fj""j' 'A .2-L Trreiwiiaffff'-4 Q 9 - Q ,-v :fl U J li. if 1: .12 1' E 4 .' MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Fir.vf Sw1111'xff'r Sgimnd Seimeistgf George Ladd - - President - - - - Edwin Michal lCdwin llflielial - - Secretary-'1'1'easurer - James Settlemeyer A Mcfmbers Borrow Ro-ze-XVayne liuerer, Clark Amens, Edwin Michal, Richard Browne, Hil4 mer Caudel, -lim lVallace. Top Ro-zL+l3ill Ligon, Harold Sanford, Richard Fry, Edwlard Montgomery, Jack Reed, Prof. Roeklund, Alexander Leonoif, Temple Hoifman, Lowell Horschman, lames Settlemever. Nor in Pirfurr-blaines Atkinson, Rowan Colgan, Frederic Fuetsch, William Gelder, Elmer Hawkins, Fred Kolb, Cecil Stowell, Sherman Bacon, John Bryan, Albert Chevalier, Howard Galloway, Kenneth Horton, Lawrence Kearney, Amar Lakhan- pal, Theodore Layman, Shirhurn Timm, Gordon Burner, Edwin Murray, Arthur Baggenstos. I 'N bf-5 E 0 o ll o -E 1 f gf ,J 5, 3. lil "S .i Qli li fi A' Elf if . g it X if L. i 0 l , , f 'v'f'f"x,.:w,f,,w,.fW., ,. . ,7 Vciyfvyp 1- A V ieii- M -- A -'-y,55j'r-g,ggi,,.-,..,l.. Z iiii V45-12:-13? nmmegifjvifgriafrgiei'i.---f .... . ..,fl-- --'1e A 'ls 1 9 3 I D951 ill .S lf? 151 llly f .1 . r 1 sf 37 , l ? I i L 1 I. .jll it sl 12 il it L. t... 4 l H A e- . lt? 5 , i, ffl 'iffy xl MW, . 1 M L. -- gt st fi: rg- gygcf ly L-fl. -. W. nm W, , L, ,, ,.-. Q. Q., , , . "A a l A f ' iff ff 't ' 'fssfi-'QQ' W- 7-4711? HH-at - e . T ' jiri fjrafif' -T'1211i-iz' - -' .fr ,. ,Srl ' 1?-f5?fifSfSfif'7f Y. 1' S eggiliiiigiw ' 'Q-iff" 4:..-L...- lfiffi. 492 L2 'M"'i't': "' ' 'J S A i ' Same i ff' f- rf' L53 1 in I li 'r , MILITARY DEPARTMENT ,Zh Q. - Ill W 1 N INFANTRY UNIT of the Reserved Cflicers lg J l , l V . . . . . . . . 'ff 'V f Tra1n1ng Corps of the Senior Division is maintained T ' til v f' . . E 'T T- M at the University, and is commanded by Col. Willianl U li V, ' 1 , . ' Viv H Standiford, assisted by Lieutenant H. B. Wilcox and ig 'll , . . J ' . Ti. ijfig Sergeant G. Hustis. The course offered by this depart- Cl , , . . . . 5 il l ilfljh ment is composed of two sections: a basic course which pq Ii til . . 1, N wi 'lr 9 teaches the fundamentals and which is compulsory for all ,Q I gfylgf i , , - . ii J to limi physically Ht male students, and an advanced course which llgli lil. l 5 1. 9 1 lllpl is elective for those who are interested in military work. ji: Elly i. ft g lil. t Each year the Department offers a gold medal for the il , , C0L.WM,5TAND1F0RD best cadet student. For the school year l929-l93O the T li Q""m'l"ld:'m medal was presented to Calvin Dodson by Major Gen- , Q ' ' 1 A f - eral John L. Hines, commander of the Ninth Corps Area. An enviable record of no Wg ll I , . . . fl il if lb. absences or demerits was made by both Calvin Dodson and Arvin E. Boerlin. lf 1 'll A 5 l i a li , The Department has been active this year, having marched in the.Armist1ce Day 3 f - ' ,Hn Parade, Homecoming Day Parade, and several others. The Military Ball, an annual fw l Ml . . . . . 5 Q" 'gf event, was given at the State Building under the direction of the R.O.T.C. and e ,, . . . . . . . 1. bcabbard and Blade. The inspection will come in the latter part of the Spring semester. T f 4 , l, i it 1 I : I CADET oFFIcERs 1 1 ' Q' . f . V . Q X, 'l Willard T. Douglas --------- Cadet Major 'V + 3 ll g Captains: Fred R. Fader, Leonard A. Fox, Marion C. Richards. l I l u 5 '3 ' u,f,, . I . . . . A llf N Lieutenantsz fhI'VlI'l E. Boerlin, Calvin Dodson, Carl H. Elges, Jack Llndly, l . , , , li 1 I Robert H. Merriman, Walter D. Mitchell, Jr., Orvis E. Riel, Charles A. States, 5 .5 1 K . XVilliam H. Stuart, Edward N. Usnick. Q , . l , l , Z g r ii f aa., Ei l 5 ' L il l T Q SFT? i lui ,Ifr 5 1 5 ' i l ,ll y l ill .ml 9 . . .. U - , . , . , 1 11, ,W , Cadet Oiiicer-. Douclns, Fox., Richards, Lmdly, Merriman, Boerlm, Dodson, Elges, Usnick, Stuart, Riel, , I tlfl'-l States, Mitchell. ,J 1, '-'11 X V c tif 2 4 ff.-2,3 L H 'S 'e ay- 1- are S a V-H--W-.--. .... -er Q47 X lie! 'ATO' 1' ff"f1Qf1fgT4-Qrijeljl r-'ee -- -- f--f Q--Q r,,, Q3 l l 961 1 C5 il 513 il 0- ff' C- 0 Q l 1 i .t P R ISA ll? 1 1 i f ig, 11 12 1 . 4 1 1 I I 1 .1 W 1 la ,i av. t.l 1 V i -peg f . . il - Q' -1-' -1- ', 1 I I wx GBA El QCD' 1' , it ..'3e:.pp GUM ' "-- - H-nz. V I N Z 1 1 MILITARY DEPARTME T 3 Qjb'11NLLUDlLD in the course of basic military is in- 1 l . . . , , 1 U7struct.1on in marksmanship under the direction of I J Sergeant Grant H. Hustis. The fifteen highest marks- ! men, who are accordingly picked from those interested, '43 constitute the rille team. This team competes with various . schools throughout the United States. I -Q I For the school year 1931 matches have been scheduled ,li 3 I with: The University of Washington, University of 1 1 1 , Dayton, llflichigan State, Cornell, University of Cincin- H '. , ' . . . , , , 1 1 natti, U.L.L..-X., University or Ixansas, North Dakota s 5' Q it Agricultural College, and Mississippi A and M. College. WILLARD DOUGLAS li' In addition to these, matches are Bred in which all the Rader Malo" I ' I 'V 'N . . . ' rl i 'le I teams in the Ninth Lorps area compete, and there is also the William Randolph Hearst 3, 3 ' F Trophy for which practically all the teams in the United States fire. i Q l, I Intercollegiate rifle competition is recognized as a minor sport on this campus and ' the ten highest men are presented with circle N's at the end of the season. In order to encourage good marksmanship four prizes totalling fifty dollars are given to the four 1 ' , Q 1 nigh score men in the corps area gallery match. 1 15 I I 2 I , 1 , c 1 I MEMBERS , . y I Irvin L. Ayers William O. Hill Carman A. Rogers . .1 , , Arvin E. Boerlin James T. Hoffman Harry M. Shedd Q .L ,- M 1 , 'l a f Iired H. Caudel Robert P. Marean Harland W. Stuart ' YVendell H. Duplantis Ned R. Morehouse John B. White f 1 l Paul Fontana Grant A. Rice William Wright 'L li ' nevawi 'fsv VISITQRSZQZQZ 1 . x i y if l Www ZESATSZZ Eeunmsiz is I f if E5 2 i T I ' 3 I I I I 1l i in ' 4 I ll 1.11 I 1 1 1 E 2 E3 I l F 1 Rifle Team: Boerlin, Hoffman, White UQ, Ayers, Wright, Duplantis, White Rice, Stuart, Hill, ' Fontana, Rogers, Shedd, Moreliotxse, Marean, Barkow, Caudel, Riel. 5 f- ..,m.:.Liles-:1.11ra+12:1-f1241flf1f'e El Q 55- Q -133, 1-.,- .1 W1 ..-.. Q- --.. f k 1 Q 3 1 51971 3 , 3 -wx--'JINO9 IQGI ' ' 1 -f, ' n 2I.KNXkHNCX7 : , , , ,. , , f ,ffm 1 x fy.,fw.g.:-f.f.,m ww 1. . f. , V.RNYMVOD .M , , X- .n-R.. ,,..,..,,,-, , VIQINHLEIV - RTEMISIA X l:'.XNY A 1 --.., - 1'xIPAN'Y B ffflfp ANY C WWW .. I A alw. X- .+ QV, ., . I R. . x Q, ,is g ,H V, , 5, V, , , Q X ju .+, Flwy, -- x K V, hx , Vx if 1931 ,,..", Y5 ff' 7.1- .fx ARTEMISIA I I I I I 1 . I . 1 I i I gg X--we-.QW ...as AW- , I ' MANZANITA HALL ASSOCIATION I oFF1cERs J 0 Richmond Mann - ---- - -i President Dorothy Kallenbach - - - - V1CC'PfeS1dent , I Mary Trudelle ---- ---- ' ' TTCZSUVCY W1 ii Nlartha Huber, Graduate Member ll flflemlzers I S1+:N1oRs jj' "5 Josephine Arlang Ora Lee Irma Parker I ' Julia Baldini Richmond Mann Lestenna Regan Grace Bordewich Ethel Maraska Clara Tomlin l' Florence Kilgore Ruth Qppedyk Amy Yarrington JUNIORS ip A Matilda Bellmonte Florence Frohman Nadine Murphy i I Dorothy Ernst Dorothy Kallenbach Berenice Wilso-n fl I Ruth Fish Ethel Middleton Fern Wittwer I , Echo lVlorgan M SOPHOMQRES iqli Elizabeth Adams Mildred Huber Laurel Richart ' Cecile Cotter Margaret Hunt Sheila- Roberts I' ' Marjorie Craft Juanita Johnson Ruth Sauer Elizabeth Donohue Loene Kramar Helen Smith Eva Edwards Florence Lehmkuhl Mary Trudelle I I Rose Fodrin Evelyn Molineaux Mary Tucker Margaret Goble Marjorie Myles Marion Uhart Wfilma Hartwell Cecil Newton Elizabeth Wallace ilqii Cora Hendriksen Helen Olmstead Margaret Waymire Dorothy Hersey hflildred Basta Alice Batchelder Adeline Belmonte Geraldine Bingaman Edith Bunker hdary Burt lVladeleine Clark Gladys Compston Florence Cox Hazel Davis Ellen Eckman lvlarjorie Fay Vera Fuller Helen Peterson Della Renfro FREsHMEN Shirley Johnson Ardis Laub Thelma Lewis Grace Little Alice Matson Margaret McClymont Ma1'yf lVlcCulloch Patricia McCulloch Josephine Nlurphy Adele Myfers hflary Lou Myers Amanda Neilson Nladeline Q'Conne11 Verna Winters Dorothy Pope Angie Recanzone Rees Rechel Helen Ann Richardson Mildred Robinson Pearl Romwall Carol Scott Catherine Slavin Edith Smith Frances Smith Donnie Sullivan Louise Toombs Hannah Webster I I I I I I Charlotte. Hood Anne O,Neill Margaret Wells l i Elaine Hunter Miriani Perry Doris Westall I Q Charlotte Pope I I1-ij con., M-gif-,iffgegg .agp - Ke i rzoo 1 1931 t Ii F Ixx I xX ,, - - I, NX is " i JN .XX 'N ,Yi xx 1. if v , A X Xi W: ---"'Ql., x4,.., -Q i' K i Ly I, I V 'X , YA i iii: mrii Hi: ri! i .iii my rm V U43 ff. ff 1 ii -Hi ' -- ' A?" "4' -:gr ',-If ""Li"'f-Nrul Z QQ --, 'i,..... 3,, , 'qf"?-V, , frf, gg ,VY ,gg,AL,!jH W" """'-- "'L'-M-'-1--- 5. .L,,,:. f . 1 , f V' 7 ' J if 5 i , I. ,f i i I i i i V- i i n I, V-1 r' J 'M'-V "-'IQ'7l YJ 'C .fi S31 ..' .'...1. f..- .f,i. X i rr' -,b Y. , ww: .. V ,li-wg., 81.3. xkmsw-Mihwiww wk Q , A H 1 W B , ,FSL 3 X nl fr! V' ' . Q ,F , Xfpki i' T , -. f X' ,E ws ,, Q 'Nr ,, K itflmx i A ' Q L11 A r M j U , i I y' i riff v ff A it I , lfii :V f r.. N i 2 Q 4 i M 5 i I . ,, . 1, 1 , I , A I k Q- 3 H I I ., we 9 ' i -i Q 1 Q - J A if f 5 2 ' 1 A I H '1' I . ji 3 I i ay, MQ A in 5 P , if -ge, I I E , - 0' 1- 'I Y , 2 i ! I Q L 5 i i My ' K I' 5 " .,1,, 1 iii . , . if 7 in ' I 2 i-ii Q' f -. m ' A '- I 21? 'N W 'I , ,., Z- ' ' 'A ' QE: fm r i Y Q ' A - 3g - A - , E , . - ' yV 1 2 ' : ' 2 a ' I I 9 , 5 i i , Q i i 2 2 1 , 5 i' 5 f i if ' 1 Lixi M 1','ii i WV 2 W Q ,,,, Efisrxxi W ,, , , ,,,f, 4 H ? A W f, , ff iilNi , X A 1 WH 7 P ' .Xvw Q Hwifiini, Hfirfi::v.icii. Sccwml Row: Kilgore, LCC, Mmm, Mzlrziska, Uppedyk. Third Row: iiiiij - 1 . . i .vi IH rx ll'-'f 111 'If,miiri, Ygirringffm, Iii-lmfmtc. Fourth Row: Ernst, Fish, Froshmnn, Kallcnbnch, ?' X-,QF N1':1wi'i1,. HMI, Rm-,z Nlfirffnn Muir li , Wilson, Wittwcr, Adams. Sixth Row: Cru iikiii in m P Y img, lJf.:iwimf', i'ifi'i'.1lJ"i9, iffiflrin, Clululc. Sc-vuntii Row: Hartwell, Henrickson, Hersey. ,IV -. i-Qf.i q7i11 -f M A ' f -11 "i'11ir.QQ,QQ4i4lL..?.-"i::'l".L i 'N"Ali., xi 4,131 f'Lf7fX-fl iff A' 1 X'-'i . 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BUYS Clfll'li1 Compswlb COX, Davis. St-vt-nth Row: liclamaxn, Fay, Fuller. V S 4-E---.-- LLJ .If-f 5 Rf t , t , M tt ttttt 1 ,-W?ff1 F ' I IQ-Q 1' M , ,fx-A ," 51-' "IH-1 ,-1 ' 'gf--if " A -- -' 1271-Y.--iiTf4-'.i:fg,,,,:,,, wffkwfi -T 1:35 'l ,YA "" 5 f' - ' '1 2- lm F2 ',j f - M,-:it 1 N Nw A 4 X la - ' 'L' ' " ' "H ' ""' t 'N ' "N ' -- -fl. LT.ii5':,i:1i1 1, uf, Q llffl I X r1. f J .1 . f 1 ' 'xl V fl ll K' 'll ,lil N ' ,gl - 1 , x W k P X X 5 V ,xlcllnmlsl Q, ggi'-QQ? J, fag- W- , f:g,gQQ41gg:,1..,,4 ' ,... " ' - wg A I Kr W I 2: ' ,- Z I! Q! ' '- f-.4 ' Y- 4 4 S! vgi x 4 ' . ef Q 2 M fl' , .ug -1 . -AH I - an ,il . ,I - . E W , 5 l I I 2 1 J? ill E w uf I 45 g, r . 4 . , A I f Pls n I -rf' 5 i 's 4' rg 1 1 V x ' Q ' 2 G Q4 f , 1 : V . 4 . . 1' i"27'1.-:,-' 1 f 'f'fg.: ! 1, 1 x M ' J ,.. I 7 1 Is. K , '92 V 1 K ff H f J F 2 I h 1 , 4 1 L , - ' " 1 g W . . 1 if 1 , 2 fy Q- 1 'pi M M34 , ' ,Vg "" s' I ' fx? ' 5 .I . -I -H'-1. 2 1 ,f 2 1 a 5 - f ? 5 i , , R f 4 I 1 if I 3 A! 5 sz! ai' 4 V Uf Wi - 9 1 0 L A 59" f II? ? 2 5 5 4 lf gm rf X 1 2 'I ..,,., 5 E 1 E I r . , , . ff, f V. 4 L 1 ' f V 4 , 'f .M w S 5 'Q . V ' S 1 5 5 I .,, , E A 3 Q- . , I V ? V Y if .zyif A 1 5 5 i ' If. i H V- .-v.- V ,, 2 W : 1 5 1 A ,Q H VR., QA 4 " Ni A 6 t Q 0 I " il . .,' - V . , A , - 5 Z5 'A Q , 4 .3 . K. , LV.: E H fl, x ' . 72 fm , ff: f 45 A ,w4"m .f , gan., , ' Q 'I a I1 V N t ' , ' 1 lbw: Q l,,mh, lmxxis, Little, Matson, McC1ymont. Third Row: I . U 1 f E' , f,X,p, Nlyfri KM. l,,.J, N11-Isrm. Fourth Row: O'Conncl1, 1' ' " il N I 5'1m Il 'K-' - R1'rJlI111vI1c', R1-clwl, Ilobinsfm, Romwcll, Scott. Sixth ' " ' - S 'I mm., 'lwnnlwa Sr-vcntlu Row: Wcbstcr, Wells, Wcstnll. '- QW fr- 137 """'W aozv W, 7 ' V251-c.:r:1"'..--. N, D.: 203 ee ' i 11 A yxz .Rd E Q Q 4 4 I f 0 .Q 9 3 L 1 ' Q r w J: 7 RTEMISIA . f' -1-- 1 - ..,, , . L1NcoLN HALL ASSOCIATION fllemhers First Row Jack Albin '31 - - - - North Fork Elwood Boerlin '31 - - - Hawthorne Gerry Brummund '3 1, Cucamonga, Cal. Second Row Fred Fader '31 - ---- Caflin George Gray '31 - Raymond Grillin '31 - Qakland, Calif. - - - - -Ely John Hough '31 - - - Nichols, Calif. Third George Ladd '31 - Row - - Kokomo, lnd. Howard Lam-bert '31, San Francisco, Cal. Alex Leonoff '31 - - - Harbin, Cliina Jack Lindly '31 ----- Stewart Edwin Michal '31 - G Round Mountain Newton Parke '31 - - - Mare Island Fourth Row Donald Reed '31 - Marion Richards '31 - - Napa, Calif. - -' - -McGill Arnold Wessitsch '31 - - - Reno Claude Winder '31 i ---- Fallon Arvin Boerlin '32 - - - Hawthorne Leroy Chanslor '32 ---- To-nopah Fifth Row Edward Dyer '32 ---- Yerington Renard Farrar '32 - - - Napa, Calif. Louie Gardella '32 - - - Wadsworith Leland Laity '32 - Arthur Chloupek '33 Hilmar Caudel '33 - - Truckee, Calif. - Truckee, Calif, - Nichols, Calif. Edward Johnson '33 - - - l - 'McGill Robert lldillard '33 - - Ely Odd Otteraaen '33 - - - Reno William Wood '33 - - Tonopah Seventh Row Louis Dellamonica '34 - - Yerington Fred Fuetsch '34 - - - Tonopah Ro-bert Marean '34 - - - Fallon George Mann '34 - - - Smith Valley Ed Montgomery '34, Burlingame, Calif. Jack Reed '34 ---- Napa, Calif. Not in Picture Ernest Clays '31 - - - - - Ely Allye Lawson '31 - - - Las Vegas Fred Koehler '31 ----- Mason Leroy Russel '31 - San Francisco, Calif. Harlyn Ring '31 - - Ferndale, Calif. Clifford Turner '31 - Berkeley, Calif. Jack Wardle '3 l ---- Tonopah John Perkins '32 - - Yerington Donald Perry '32 - - - - Yeringtoin William Hill '33 ----- Carlin Winston Somerville '33, Westwood, Cal. Arthur Baggenstos '34, Menlo Park, Cal. William Crowell '34 - - - TQI1CP21h Tom Cahill '34 - - Round Mountain Albert d'Allesandro '34 - - LOiVCl0Ck - Lovelock John DeKinder'34 1 - George Harlan '34 - - - Laslfegas Howard Hart '34 - - Piedmont, Calif. S' I R i wit Z aw I Franklin Lewis '34 - - - - Eureka Charles Douglas 33 ' ' ' T0I10P21h Oden Romwfall '34 - - - L0Vel0Ck ROlJC1't Dutton - - Las Veg-as Harold Westfall 334 - - - Lovelock l W Q E1 , i.i,1Igij3i31Q.' Ziifjjgg, .-. ,... . ..-,. -..me ,..... -.- .... ggi,-cf' f204J 1 9 31 7 f. "x 4 1 1 gi.. ' lv M3 N Rf' K x 11 1 -i. A H Lu J , psi J -Vg -A -A V' -M F fl .4 g ggi-il -A1117 " ' '.11 25T::fi1 .j . 1 ,W GZ. iff A- 453:54 - -.i.,,..: -i., NTI DX Q1 NX i N If W., 'x Q3 U31 , "1 3 'E - A Q Q R19 ' IQ? iff? Nfl QT: .4 it if we sgfg sw 51. 31. ET? :i' fe! Qzsg ! -ii iwtl ..1 ff J , . 4 . J :-1 I . - 1? . , f w :bv ul 1:3 . GY S .' i ' 1 lx! 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If ..,Zfe.f, W Q ,fig ' A ,aff - ' f gl xp, 1:1 5 ' . . - ,l., ' " zifi bllflll 9 ' 1 if: : I I 5' 1 24' 1, .1 . 1. .1 . 5 . ' 1 ' 5 THE TRAM LQ 5' 1 1 T X 5 Y 5 Q . 5 3 l , . 13 Beneath the willow's drooping summer boughs r . 1 , 'A We open memory's 'volume of the year, 2 , L 3 . . 5 fl V M And dream upon each image that is dear Q r' 1 . 1 IZ . f ig A In our own hopes, and so renew our vows. A , QI: 1 ' 'E Across the lake, in mottled sun and shade, 1 ' 4 1 X Stands our old guide to every actifve day, ' ' The pointing jinger in the upward way , . , . Where worth and happiness are slowly made. ', ' X1 f1'lll 1 1 . 3 , 1, K' ,' . H So it has been, the hoping and the strife, -1 The uide to labor and the lace to dream- 1 1, ' ' 11 I ' ' - no ff 1. So it must be within the book of life, g' ,gh I I And turning to the memory we deem ' " 1 'Z Q5 Q Most beautiful, and stron est in the heart N 111 fff W .,, -V , 1 ,ig A411 ' fxtfyfy- . l n 5Q111V,ff',! 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And then what joy in that picture which brought it all back with a rush, the very persons and the very place and a thousand little things about persons and places which pictures themselves couldn't sho-W. The great- reminders in the World, picturesg There are so very many things We never Want to forget, things that have happened in this one short year, funny things, and pathetic things, and stirring things, and peaceful things. We therefore dedicate this section to the greatest service, to the greatest task of thebook, may it long serve as a reminder of those verymany things, and may it bring us the happiest memories of that dance, that game, that trip, that funny fellow and that pretty girl, pipe- dream memories ofssmiles. e :-1 rw. ,g. .. iw . 1- .-I-.. 'gd -5, ' f . .Q lv 1. - - 'H '- -':- -. IE lg-If .,.4 E.: it I I- A H- g E fWfQ i2mQwWm - E gi? -'iff 'f -.ff ii? 54 .'-,' .'.+:..1:'::' .'.' 1. if 51 ' f 'V . A. 15,5 J? FZ: W f.'.2L4 M ' jfjl .5 - f l "-1:15 A If' .-I. 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I ' N -lffiiii i Gqun-f LLMPSES 4-awk ' X J i?!fff,'-L,'gQf-lf: 2i,1j.1I-'.-.'f'f- --.-. , 3 "'- 'A-4 1 '.'. ' .' ji . I I I 1 l . Z ""ii' w : --- g -. .H-55--5 1 Eg l in fll fwxwwwmw ,,Ww 'lil ---.. fs: . .-sf . K g .-- 5-I-3 : -- '.',4f '4.'.. :"'If' ., 4 ni -5.-4 -.WT1 'Z' --elf -J' 1- 4 529. , ,Il--' 'nf- f R 1 I i l Q Vi ' . . . - luv St1r gizinqi No just another engineer He's mini ed t f M C is I K K V , . . .g o get eminme help, though. Thorpe and Smith Pllttmg 3 'Z' i"": ,L-1" :IS 3, sv 32 5 i I ' i 1 Q., Daly across. The Sophs :md Frosh are all wet, and thc army helow prepzircs to come to thc i'CSCllC- 59:4 The circles show just zu few of the most ambitious doing their bit. r . ' i .+.... i l l 4 wm The eclipse puzzles Prof. Szlndorf, Feemster shows us that even the Profs. work on Mackay Day. Two campus celebrities Bible Ol'2ltCS to the Seniors while Adamson thinks of taking another-picture. The powers behind the student body try to decide which is their right hand. The band steps off n number. I ,4 tlldll -.-' --'-3 ,-1.-- F1 1--4 ,Q---fx . " . ,,-. I M-..fF2Z7,W' LU - QLUL1 - . . . E , , . , 'lson F1 Prcpfu-mg for thc last long march. Stars of the racquet, performing durmg the Sam jose-NLv.1d.1 m.1tcln,s. gl- 4 give 'cm zlwzzy. .luck scams plczlscd over something. Scvvn como Clcvcn :md this Lambda 11 ...-1 minstrcl show rzlkcd in Il cup. Ncawing the cm! of that long' journcy. can't ev Hitting the trail. Hitting the lake. Waa-neva lodge, or the pride and joy of the Wonuenls Athletic Association. Two m bums--or is that Dick Wallace. Stlawberry, orange ice, pineapple ice, chokolate, speshal. What you have, mistler? Jones and DeLongcharnps illustrate the advantages of a college education at the first student body meeting. The drama and literature kings get together. Ol'C '.',4' - -. .---11 ' '-3 . -lj:-- L.--A ff 4 ,.A."' nn 4 l :Q 55 Q 'H i -fllllflklfl f-1-f . . . . . . V fi ., WS Seem Flght in there, Froshl The Sagers made money on that extensively advertised Vzxrsitoniaxn at least. 111, Sophomo to have the situation well in hand in these pictures, especially in that .lower left-himd .WD Q ,..7, -.34 J . A..f 4 -I-QQ corner. The field day bouts we1'en't so good this year. l r Looks like some of those frosh would find themselves tying up their own legs. Those boxers just had to hold themselves in Anyway, the Frosh won the tire rush. Revenge was oh, so sweet, when the Sophs had to take to the water in the tug-o'-war, but that circle shows the ultimate supremacy of the Sophomores, and isn't that another Frosh lakeward hound at the lower right? I 4 A X i A.,.-.- X 7.4. ,....--1 . 4 . - 1-1- . - ,,,,, 17-,,4--....-.-f ,, '. . . M4- 1 if W QL' f' , ,AQ ' " k ,Aft ' ' if f . l , - 'Q ' 1 5, 'Nui , ... w . WL 4 4 f .J ' .1 , ' lj! ' 0 Q .1 .L Q - 'I - 1 1 l 4 i l i x 1 P221 Jill? Q 2 -ILUILLUJ . 9 t P No wonder the-re's such a high death rate among Frosh. They certainly lead a hard life. But with the Women working by their sides those men should have accomplished wonders. They did, at that. They consumed around n ton of hot dogs and soda pop.The N even looked white, too. 1 5 , 3 i 1 Daw 3 3-r 'Q 7 . gf A f N vi. ing ! .15 ff f Q, if X 'KN N 2 I 6 , ,,7 f .by an 7 J. I AQ f 5 - as ,, sf Winning that Homecoming game was our greatest gift to Mackay. And to think that was a two hundred dollar bonfire. Ask Wilsran. Some crowd of homecomers at the game. A coach and captain consider the possibilities. Adamson and Bryan carry a hundred and some pounds of real man across the field. Evidently Mrs. O'Brien didn't care to ride. In the light of that expensive bonfire the crowd listens to Prof. Thompson recall twenty years of Nevada history. tw P ml 1 ,,,.,, i i 1.3.4.-. ,,,.,.,. -'fL"l'j?'I ,4 ., 1. i ,-'..:,. f ' 7'- , V Q47 2' 425 1' ,if f" i 1 5- 4 1 ' i l 1 I l l l l 1 i 1 v l l 1 - ' .H- xfft .,. '-1 732 ? i x i l 'mam' Iackay The "Man with the Upturned Facen looked on while another link was forged in the Universityls history when the N 59, Science Hall was dedicated. Many eyes were turned toward Clarence Mackay on this day, as many of the an ' 'il f tl f "I 1' v-'f d'r cted t him The 'lC'lClCl11lC rocessi 1 ' l'l'l l'1- 'ti t tl I ' 'on 33 uoics o ic spcaccxs x exe ie o . . . p or acccc Llblllj 0 ic occasi . -fir lf" 1 l 1 ! 1 l iii v Q . i ir, i i ii ' "':Ji8l5NM"A "1:.....15i t KM etee Ei! Mackay lays the cornerstone of 21 new monument to science and :mother lasting memento to his parents. Simple and direct words chnrsicterized his speech us he presented the building to the regents. Senator Oddie presents il stirring address. Brewster Adams asks :x blessing on the undertakings in the n ew building. President Jack wV2llfl'lCl' gets his big break, too. 4 ..-4 ,. , is .,., WW ,, f" iff! YQ! A-at 'Y 1 I 3555255 it . xxx fl 9 lx 1 Q , lil ' 4 L 'W ' v lm, ,large else More old grads than ever came home to roost this year. The a rmy Shulllcs along as usual, xrislnng they infant 'nmfrn but where they are. Even the Sagens had a float. lnnumcrahlc wolves were lxl'1lllll'k'Ll in the Pllfllll' ig theless it presented some real z ' l' ' -' ' ' '- ' 'F E 5:2 that. The Mackay Special and the miniature' Scielmcv llall took prizcrh , .. ' - hacks than 4 ucnteetulal tlnsplayh. Smut- grads came hath rn xxwlbl MINING Anyway, that animal isn't a Wolf. It was a long parade this year. She stretched from here to thar. Miles of paper must be used for Homecoming floats. Even the Skipper and his gang, including little Katrina, came back this year. The miners tried to scare everyone with their blasting. Looks like someone slipped up on that trophy. And another Wolfl, T' ,. 171 'Who's this fair lady the Sagers have captured? She isnlt hy any x enough during the California game to get pictures? The 5- rino rally was a howling success. Those hoys on ITE 5 9.-. were in the game anyway. Those noisy Sa 'X' 1 1 V ,....l , i Q 0 ' ' - lm-J . . - ' . V-A Stow lnllmug K chance a divorccv, IS she? NVhcn did it LXAI l ' , . , . 'That 'Ulu NVolT special, and oh, what .1 blluldlj - tl F ., 1- me the hunch are dry, hut t.l1CY,H' ll'fhm5' 5 gers. And Byer playing Jlllllllld Hgilm' Betty, I donlt think you're going to like this job. Surf riding on the ice seems to be the Lambda Chils major sport. Prof Jones has his eye on you. Be careful. Keep up the good work-it's 21 fine job youlre doing, Betty. Well, it's all over but the housework, girls. Here's happiness. Why c:in't these upperclass women behave? Anyway the Senior bench was kept very clean this year. Yeh. This winter weather is line until someone hits you behind the cur with ll snowball. . -. - L' 1.-I . - JI: ., if! ,,,,:,., .,. mm v W4 f , ' V' ' .' ,1 - '. . - fOl'Il1llltO ,X NVQ ma! H11 P0mfW1thJUSf Plldc Ht thi? mflfly Such beauty spots of our Nevada campus. 11101-c's notluuga mx? 'I goocilwuv bqll :N ' ' 'I , - N , -. - 111 ' ' SE : 4- hven thxugs up. But lt s got to be good. If you have any cncmlcs among thc armv oH1cc'rs, stay aw1l5 Mm tm mt: t mu the - ' - , , - f . ' . . . - -, '. -- 1 x E E Om of tnusc swords could fall so easily. fhc gates of lcarnmg dun't appear so watm and IIIVIYIIIQ' nu tlus putuu. 1 : blcnkest wmtcr weather casts 1 't. - r 'Q 5-' ' . . - : of J 7' 1 CC' Tm SPLU of enchantment over thc campus not casnly broken cvcn by thu tlwugllfa ' f Scenes of the campus dear to Nevada hearts, whether beneath a blanket of snow or bathed in spring's soft sunlight. The peaceful swans, gliding calmly over Manzanita lake, are linked indelibly with the memories of our campus. There'll always be memories of the Mardi Gras, anyway, although the Press Ball served as a fitting sub- stitute for it this year. The Junior jump ends a hectic four days of rooting for home town teams, entertaining the high school boys, and incidentally attending a class now and then. -,jf I--4 . .. W.,--.. 7"f"1'1 1 I 5 i l l l 1 y , Lg We Sa Q . N 1 . . X i . ...-., 1-,QD 34.15 OTHING Worth While has ever come to be Without vision far beyond the present. Those who live within such visions have been the fools of their time and the seers of the future. No services have ever equalled those of men With vis- ions, and the possession of the vision is suflicient to their happiness. May We Wfho now have only a vision find it so clear that those who follow shall live within our dream. There shall be a great hall, with polished floors and brilliant lights, and above the voices of young men in formal black and White, and young Women in soft colors there shall sound the music of their youth, their hopes, their dreams, hopes and dreams which shall reach yet again beyo-nd ours because we, Nevadans, had a vision, and had faith to make it real. H il I qgrcsi' iigm., . -4 I. "1 A' i Y 'I L .':25".p ' hiv 'friia l ' ,. ,,.. 4..A,., . ,. M A W..- ' A A 5' ff. 51 Q Q.. '-'fi e 5 . .f'.' A 4? Eg J. -'-31 'Sf - Q1 : Q' -. 1 - ' 115 M " . I: ' Q I'-1 11, T1 - ,L , . , 1 ' 'xl 'iii 115 SE -f. .Q , 'ffl .1 I' - ' - iz' w' . .li 'av H I f .Y',:.-- , . f , - . ,I ,, .. ' ,f -' ! .I I L,-,f If ,A ki Q. . 3 ,EM M X NFC . , . 576151 -2141, mfg S" if "Q-' . ' , " I -1 ifi, 3' 'X '.-. -' ff-I uf f in 2:1 - - 1 -. , M-Quia .I -1. . ., , fig? HQ in ."' ' Q I " :.i,' ' ' -f '4 K- f . ' 'J'V'?8"Ld -'r ' Ui EMR? -Q. . 'Z -Fra. il .. Q '. -ug! - '-' 5 . Kiiig hf ww., 4 ' 'vm - i 2. 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' TUDE T U IO ' "ilk ' ' . .'.K'--fu n' . A AA - h. ' n 1 V . .. ..-b . 1 1 f . g,rL+.1. li' -.fufjvf .1 'HQ Q Q 1 5 '1fJ:.f.r-Q .1-Q-..'..1'.1iulf, U11ifz:Z.J1 55325 , ' 'wg 2 1 : : a ' -" U "V H " '-:' ' ik-jf' . 2,1-W jf' l 'LIE 1 "?'1iq"i """ " v : -'- ---:ug--:gn - -fs 1- rg ini: 3 ms l I s If n- I l u I-4 :ti 4 I :hr .E ll.-' 2 .. E i.:..: . 'ra E ,. I if qi '!. gi: QEQ 'aii . 1 S it Clif tl 1 3 l it if if Sa .l 1, fy La lie L.: la sf A---A H T LJ-xx '-' 'flrw -f 1 '5, L ig A. T U N I O N s T U D EN p ,Qi N l928, the Student Body leaders of the Univer- sity undertook to start a movement toward finan- ' cing a Student Union building, the need of such a build- I ing on the campus being felt by students and faculty alike. i The building will cost not more than one hundred thou- QW sand dollars. It 'Will be used as the headquarters for the campus organizations and Will be the meeting place for 'i . the students and alumni. QM At the p-resent time the sum held by the Comptroller of the University is comparatively small, being only Sl92l.lO. At the beginning of each year the Student Body 'president appoints a Student Union Building com- if ALVIN POMBARDI mittee. The committee this year Was comp-osed of Alvin g, W 1 Chmrmzm Lombardi, chairman, Gladys Wittenberg, Bob Merri- man, Rose lVIahana, Professor Harwood, and Mrs. Louise Lewers. This year the "Buy a Brickn Campaign, sponsored by the Associated Women f Students, was headed by Gladys Wittenberg, Who- reported that at the close of the l campaign only forty dollars had been turned over to the fund. Last fall the Associated 5 lc Women Students wished to do something more for the Union Building Fund, besides i carrying on their brick campaign, andpermission was received from the Finance Con- trol Committee to sell ice cream during the football games. Do-rothy Kallenbach was f appointed chairman of the committee in charge of the sale. ' The Alumni Association has offered to help the students finance the building, but 5? at present the main source of income is given by each year's Senio-r Class, Which turns over all the money in the Senior treasury to the Union Fund. lift? .li iii HI I 3 3 1 si? ,lf .64 1 'ai' 'r it E51 1 5 1 ff Q' x Q Q ll X First Row: Harwood, Lewers. Second Row: Mzlhana, Merriman, Wittenberg. DA .- Iwi . XQ4 e 'A ..... N .... M out ... a A1-7 'D c ce-'A "M -f'-W .s-----k1":sf-f1.glgr,:::"LiL"flT:2s.k....---'QiN' "" " Vf' mil' C' , ,L A " 3--' 4 v' ' g 4559 1 7 C P281 l .Qi It fa gs rg 3 SN AR. EMISIA at 1 '-' ,. e 1 1 THE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION . S a fitting climax to one of the most extensive, inter- esting, and inspiring Home Coming celebrations ...-1, , I Y I i 1 rf' Z 1 I , , Y S . , .L n ' 3 1. U ever held at the University, the Nevada Alumni Associa- Q I tion entertained With a banquet on the evening of October Pip .1 25, 1930, at Which Clarence H. Mackay and Mr. Mac- ,fi .24 kayys son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth O'Brien were the special guests of honor. fl. Alumni from practically every county in Nevada and 12 from many places in California and elsewhere were pres- ' if ' h ff' ddr'df ' k 't' fl I P Q ent at t e a air an e ive rom it a een apprecia ion .1 , li of what the University of Nevada means to those Who JOE F' MFDONALD ,B if? have-enjoyed the privileges of campus life here. President A 1 I I s' L . V ' . p As a result of the Home Coming festivities of 1930 the Nevada alumni were , more firmly united and the association is prepared to aid in many Ways the continued 1 1 I ' development of the University by giving greater support to the students in financing i' 1 i the Student Union building. - f 5 L I 5 1 1 Leslie E. Johnson, 116, president of the Alumni Association in 1929-30 and Mrs. 55:41 ' 5 Louise Lewers, '95, secretary for many years, directed the association's participation p in the year's activities and earned the gratitude of all for their excellent Work. - 1 . 1 . . 3 1, Gfficers of the association for 1930-31 are Joe F. McDonald, '15, president, Earl T. Ross, '14, Vice-President, Mrs. Louise Levvers, '95, Secretary-Treasurer, - Leslie Johnson, '16, Melvin Jepson, '11, A. Carpenter, '07, F. N. Dondero, '16, Q is C.H. Sheerin, '24, and Proctor Hug, '275 members of the executive committee. 192 1 4 1 , . I Zi .J i EEE 1 , . . I 4 i, 5 f 1 '11 ,l I I E it . U First Row: Carpenter, Hug, Jepson. Second Row: Johnson, Lewers, Ross, Sheerin. M , EIU, ,.. .. - ffi-, .... ....- -..-........ . ,,w. ,..,.... L... .,........,...a.,-.W.,.e- ...,. -MW - -- -,f. J .wr-:I W- -' f.v.f- A' 5. " -' ZQWDZI E1 J 33 '5?22'f?I'FZ1'.TIQLjLTQTZ1I1fTg1.....17"' ,.... get E1 I 2 L ff! I .Q 9 229 ag 3 1 1 t 1 H. 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STUDENT UN1oN -7- . .. . .-..,-.. .-4--, ..-,...,..-..-.---,-f-1.-..-ze-f:-1 .....,,........ ..- ITH the Student Union Building more of a dream than a reality, the students of the University plan for the day wh-en such a building will become a part of the campus. At the present time, however, little headway is being made. There is only a fund of one thousand nine hundred dollars in the Comptroller's care and although the various campus organizations have conducted individual enterprises toward enlarging the fund, there are no definite means for adding to the fund or taking care of it, but within the next two or three years, should the Student Body undertake some particular constructive enterprise and show more enthusiasm, the Stu- dent Union Building would be made to actually exist. In 1928, plans for building a Student Building were submitted to the Associated Students by Harold Hughes, then President of the Alumni Association. Several sug- gestions were made as to ways of raising funds, but no particular plan was adopted and since that time interest in the enterprise has lagged. Q Fred DeLongchamps, Reno architect, offered to draw, free of charge, the plans for the building, and he submitted the temporary drafts which are pictured here. According to these plans the building will' be made the center of not only the social functions of the students, but also headquarters for the various Student Body ofhces and Alumni. The general plans for the building assign the first floor to the o-Hices of the Grad- uate Manager, Student Body officers, and the publication heads. A lo-bby will also be placed pn the same floor. The second floor will be devoted entirely to men's and women s club rooms, the partitions between the two being movable so that the Whole upper floor space can be used for Campus dances and other social functions.. The second floor arrangement is the most outstanding feature of the building, because the Univer- sity Gymnasium is not adequate nor in any way adapted to social affairs. The bulldlng, fully equipped and furnished, will cost from. between seventy-five and one hundred thousand dollars. Its exact location has not been decided upon, but the most favorable site is on thatlot adjacent to the old Chemistry building and oppo- site the Education building. During the 1931 session of the Nevada State Legislature the students of the Uniigersitg saw alphance for a real Student Union Building within the year A bill was intro uce into t e Senate whereby the old State Historical buildingand the adjoining l b corner building be turned over to the Regents of the University. All student's hopes ef. maine? I 1 1 I I 1 I I I V' j'-N ' ..F,l .,.., -H A ,,,,,,-,H--W Q96 D Q' I ' C33 't e... E 12301 1 9 3 1 I I j A 'L j . rafriimisnl fiT?MLiifZ2:hE:g:!Q:,l hv ,I ,S t.. ' 1 ,tc 5? ,. 5-if 1 t'!I Q E! :Ere-L?!g.....!!.-. LYWLVW F ... HALLK 1 Nl N5 CLUB . Womans CLUB T A 1 LJLJL S J NJ -"'IE2i'iZZEl"'-T . - n n . L E 31 e by ii bv it V Q 'BT ', k 11:11 s ' - '-- - - - . . 1 AD , - Q1 ---- Qf ' - -5- l.l K 0 f WW ll z ' WOM' M lf. 1 11 I il , ' L fi it Inu lu . ,, Ill ug 9 f Y 83 F Z bexeq KREMOVABLL PAQ.-ru-nous 11-rr E Sagem Q . WI IW K , lm .S UDENT uNoN HALL In ' j 'gl J- 35'xlO?-'NLT 'N xl? Sei Ht ji: 1 ' I lm ' Ill Il Q I I I I l E J 1 1! !-.11 Qt I Q 5 555. EMS EJ NI .V M E. :fi 'Li -L, .H IZ: 1' cjj' i j . A STUDENT UNION failed when the Assembly moved to postpone action on the bill, but later the Repre- sentatives rescinded the motion and the measure was adopted. The Regents, although given the power to use the buildings as they please, plan to turn the property over to the Associated Students, who will transfer the buildings into a Student Center-. C The buildings which have been transferred are situated on the east corner of Ninth and University streets, just below the main entrance to the College. The prop- erty is not o-n the Campus grounds, but is so near that the location is not as disadvan- tageous as might be thought. At the present time it is planned that the corner house be turned into ofiice rooms for the workers of the Desert Wolf, Artemisia, Sagebrush, and News Bureau staH:s, and headquarters for Student Body ofhcers and the Graduate Manager. The old Historical home will become the center for student gatherings. Club rooms will be modeled according to the style of such rooms in other student buildings. Control of the project will probably rest with a committee, appointed by the Student Body President, and composed of students and faculty members. The need for a Student Center has long been felt and the Legislature's measure comes at a time when the need is great. Students feel the importance of the under- taking and are ready to cooperate with the Regents in controlling the buildings. The plans for a larger Student Union will not be dropped, and the old Historical property will only be used. until the new structure can be built. It may be years before the project can be completed, but with the present incentive it is hoped that the time will not be distant when a new Student Union Building will be part of the Campus. The final goal has not yet been won but a great step has been taken toward attaining it. Q 22' 2 e ll 'fi 1 Nff',Z 'vw ' K :Hamm - ig. II B , MM,,f" -TT I , J ,,,, ..,,... . ...M .... .- .----M.-.,--.- - .agua -- - - 1 9 3 1 tai E 4 : a 1 i. ' ..' L-' . a-V. 3 wg: . 15417. . l i 5 s i , ? . 1 Z tb -. , :Y 'e , , 3 1 , . I 1.355 .L .O the wits-those lovable fellow-s who, by word, or pen, or merely a quirk in the way of doing an ordinary thing, have added momentary glints to our bright days and smiles to our blue, and have shown us new ways of doing old things-to them, the happy clowns of college days, we dedicate this section of our book. Lacking their laughable, lovable selves, perhaps we fail of the whole we seek, yet certainly you shall recall the twinkle in an old friend's eyes and the grin upon his lips ever and anon through these lives of pen and thought. Nor is the shrine of laughter to be passed in scorn by them who seek great things-remember, no laughter is born except of living-the warmest laughter is Wet with tears, and he who has brought a friend laughter without sting has justified his being. 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"iAs'M7T1.- , Warning to Freshman Activity iff i Seekers ! ,QA fx- EHOLD in this specimen a person who has been subjected to all the O ravages of the activity disease, so preva- ll lent on our campus today. This dreaded ailment attacks its victims through local agencies known as social fraternities. It -l , . . . I . is through their aid that the disease first M takes root in the individual, first by such apparently harmless means as the Sage- bm-sh, the Desert Wfolf and the ARTE- MISIA. Its next advancement is a more Q2 . . . . . i , serious one, resulting in membership in various service organizations and pep clubs. As the malady now becomes firm- p ly established it showls itself in an entire- 5 ly new light, that of political aspiration. f. ' At this advanced stage there is practical- l no esca e whatsoever. til Y P There is only one conceivable way in which we can hope to control such a pestilence, and that is through the establishment of an A. S. U. N. point system similar to, but an improvement upon, that used by the Associated Women Students. iii fi -5 - --- - . r, fi' E s l .3 1 ,, V .i lv at il: ii ' I Eg i ,. i l. ll ll, if . ,..,.. ...,, , , ,,,, ., ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A Y fl CG y 1 1 r . 0 I MINC EVENTS CAS1 PI-IEIR SHADONVS BEFORE lg 1 - c --- f'X3-f'g,'3X'Qesg54H r Q A -J V-L , ..,. .- .. . . .... .,-. ,... ,-,...---M--f, if-T 4 'X " D '-fi- ,.i.,. W.f..-4..Qa,ii2? cf'cl f"L"r1+':12?Tfffff s'-' 7iTiWii'W'-M MT lfgf, - - it ---- -at ete. 4:1 P e Jw X ir., A " igQ...1jLl..1lQ .... e'1g.i':11:1ii:iLL--M H, 75325 236 il ri H .l - 1 l A in 5.1 Z X N f r -,. 3 W 1 ii -A .N N Y Q is RTE ISIA I 1 A 1 4 i Fw A i 1 ll ll P31 Us ! 1 J. ya. '.! .. li I hf is i 1 1 1 E 'x 1 1 L1 'GWED D1E FoR DEAR oLD w.A.A." NTRQDUCTNG none other than that famous Theta five known everywhere for their aggressiveness and fighting spirit-the terrors of the hardwood. They never give up till the game is won. UBull,' Cummings, the steady and dependable sort needed as a mainstay on any good squad. Always in good condition, "Bull" towers as a bulwark on the defensive and may be counted upon to keep the opponents guessing all the time. i "Swede" Anderson is our idea of an exceptional athlete. Always a problem to the coach, she exhibits sensational ability in all departments of the game yet tires during critical periods of play. It has been rumored that she is not in the best of condition. 'KFumph" Clark, captain of this stalwart crew, stands head and shoulders above her teammates. Not only is she well versed in the intricacies of skillful play but she also has a keen understanding of the rules of the game. Her many personal fouls, however, mar an otherwise perfect player. "Pasteur" Clover ranks second in ability to Captain "Fumph" and is her running mate at all times. Always cool under fire, "Pasteur" displays a very heady floor game under any conditions. Besides being a cagy defensive player she is always a threat under the basket. She is, perhaps, the Hashiest of the five due to her clever passing and unusual dribbling ability. "Buffalo" Nichols occupies the pivot position on the squad While not out at May- berry's making horses lose their self-respect. Her unerring accuracy in caging long shots makes "Buffalo" a sure point-getter in any game. The "Terrors" owe a great deal to their excellent squad of reserves, ready at all times to step right in and give the first string a good tough scrap- when conditioning is necessary. If the present squad roster serves as an index to future accomplishment we may be well assured of the continued supremacy of the "Terrors" for at least the next three seasons. Many good prospects are in line for varsity berths next year, after having completed a very successful season on the yearliing quintet. 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V i A . 1 ' . 1 f ,ii is , , p W . l ' fl ill 5 -if ii ,ls if rl? l if! , V , 4: 5 .Y A lg? ii lil i 15 fn l i if .. i E l l l i l l . 1 Q I E 1 l 3 l 4 2 L 3 1 i - 1 3 g wi fm i 'li l . . , I P Q 1 if 1 5 5 A l 5 1 Y 5 QF " 0 P1 rw - rw 1 1 E y in -3 Q . CASVES MAY 4JDlVfE, AND 'JJ W S MAY GO, B J - ll f lf ,. ri - - - , Q - HE Bc L., GGES CPN FOREVER , Q ll 5 . 2 4 A l , - . . Y A Q JERATING the "Pleasure Palacen for his own amusement and that of the ,Q 1, Colony, c'Blowhard,' Graham has earned a place for himself in the ranks of W, iyvlg - - . . . E l ME leading students. His escapades have brought the fair name of Nevada 1r1t0 prominence U 5 ' f 5 many times, and his record, especially in Sacramento, will always be a hard one to equal. 5 ' A - 5 "Une of the true "Hot Shotsf' Earl Handley's plans for prominence received a , 'Q i severe setback when the football captaincy was abolished. His courageous spirit bore up l ' 3 well to the occasion, however, and there is no doubt but what this capable man from 5 5 Sigma Phi Sigma will make a name for himself before his college career is ended. i 1 "Pink U Li on, the man meetin man is a moving s irit in arliamentar ro- E i , Y g . Y 3 . 2 pn P P Y P 1 , . 2. P cedure, and the legal profession lost one of its most promising members when he trans- 5 5 l S 'el ferred to en ineerin . With the news that Liffon lans to favor South America with ' S , , y , g S g U bi P n ' y . 1 .1 :1 his resence next ear a decided u ward trend in that localit is to be ex fected. 1 l ' ii. Q P . Y 1 . P . . .Y P . .rl l I, Occupying the most prominent and respectable position in the portrait is "Zephyr" lf-'23 Hillman, mlsinformer of innocent freshman girls, and a leading participant in the ig? if Y Pan-Hellenic mix-u this ear. "Ze h r" is alwa s willing to do a favor and has even il Q . . .P Y . PY. Y D . ,D . ii jf .il enlisted the aid of his relatives in furnishing weekly horseback rides to his many friends. i He is a world tourist of no mean ability, only it is hoped that he will take a long line out to see the pyramids while on his next voyage. Not Love, but BULL makes the world go 'round for the four young luminaries ll , ffgllp pictured above. All are able public speakers, as all who know them will testify, and , everyone joins in wishing them a pleasant reception when they transfer their activities p elsewhere, knowing that the cordiality with which they have been greeted at Nevada 55 'Jil will no doubt be equaled wherever they go. Hi ,, 5 14 . l, 'klumgi L-av .. .f ' , r,,,,..,, .,--. ....., f.. Y ,.--.f-a --M-.A . 4, , . F' li-efv .ifrfiwf if 'ff .... hd, QSTXU' 1fL5Z1.4L.ggg-..,-- .... -- ..,. ..A--..T:.9f? -LH-whiz 'C1.f'XTif"fl lim' ...,. 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II I II -1 I I I ia' I 3 f I I 'i k 3 5 3 2 I I. QI 2 J x III 3 I I 2 I ff iffzli fiab f ,iS4f'41-1+fl1-.-- ' ' I -:mop . , , .-M - If -....,,.,,,.,., , mul- A , ' Mlm. Abk- WHIYJNA---gf Ld , M I 9 3 I I I I I i I I I I I I I I I I 'DS-0 'Q i if if 5, El fl l ,a f .', a if- rf ' ', 5 if 5 Eg. 4 1 .N . f RTEMISIA I l I Jil a s E 1 ,X R+ +5 . .... A WHO'S WHO UR only reasons for including this panel are these: ln the first place, we had to fill these two pagesg secondly, we had just sixty-nine extra picturesg and, thirdly, there were two persons on the staff who insisted on cutting them out. We regret the fact that there were no other pictures available at the time so that we might have featured a greater number of deserving students. - CLARA GALVIN-For information see Lloyd Guffrey. FRED PERLEY-The reason Why so many men go to other houses. DORIS WELSHTThC Tri Delt hostess. BILL HERBERT-Why the Desert Wolf comes out on time. ETHEL HANSENLBC careful of those Tri Delts. FRED WEEKSTThC S. A. E. activity man. DONNA ANDERSON-One W. A. A. athlete who dOesn't keep training. ED CAN'TLONlHC belonged to the riht combine. LORAN PEASE-I wonder how long the Chinese can stand him. ' CONNIE PHILLIPS-One of Bob Ray's little helpers. BERRY MCANALLYTJUSf another Theta. NORMAN CouGHL1N-And six years later, he gradu- ated. NIARJORIE BLEXAVITT'-RCPUtCd to have done the cen- tury in 15 flat. FRANCES lVlII.LAR-"ThOSC auburn-haired ones are treacherous. JEAN SALETTFl'OSl1 Glee chairman. What about it, Oscar? NORMAN BLUNDELLTThC perpetual chaser of inno- A cent girls. V JEAN ZUICK-ThCSC athletes certainly rate. Jo BERNARD'ThC girl who kept Joe Stern on the straight and narrow. WAI.TER CLARK'-POCt and tennis player. ARNOLD WESSITCH'H8tS off! The flag is passing by. BOB BANKOFIER-A big cow man from the plains. BERNARD Y0RKLWh3t, another Sundowner? GRETCHEN CARDINAL'-' Where Prof. Whitehead's money goes. MILDRED PARK-O. K. and Owns a Buick. . RXCHMOND MANNT,3l prexy of Manzanita. VERNON HIRST'-'PTEXY of the Senior class. KENT INGALLS'HC who runs the Delta Sigs. GEORGE ADAMSONLWC hope he forgets his parachute when he jumps from a plane. GEORGE DAvis-The Wonder. It's a wonder how one man could be like that. EUPHEMIA CLARK-Always on the honor roll. BRUCE THOMPSON-A chip off the old block? BILL BLAKELY-A mighty fine yell leader. LUCIE KING"TllC activity girl of Gamma Phi Beta. ELWOOD BOERLIN-Skipper of Lincoln Hall. CLARENCE JONES-Specialty: Winter sports. Nicic BASTA-Somebody's cutting in on our advertis- ing. ROY SALSBURY-Has love affected his athletics? STEPHEN DUBRAXVACTJUSK an old hardrock miner. LES TOMLEY-The A. T. O. divorcee killer. CECILIA HAWKINSTHOW can such a nice girl be an honor student? NATALIE .LIPMAN-Just dynamite. ROLAND BOYDEN-He enforces the Lambda Chi schol- arship requirements. IRVIN AYER-The Phi Sig's Fuss-budget. PEGGY CRAFT-The terror of the campus. W1LLARD WEAVER-Speed. RAY PONCIA-The Tamarack playboy. Another S.A.E. menace to society. I FRANCES FULLERTBCVVZIYC Of red-headed men. DAN TREVITT-Just another married man. EDGE FARNSWORTH-Our eflicient upperclass commit- tee chairman. MARGARET EDE-'DOHH3,S running mate and writer of sports stories par excellence. JACK HILL-We all like his girl. , GLADYS,WITTENBERG-'OHS Gamma Phi who is not on the Sagebrush staff. A JOHN GRIFFIN'JllSl1 a great big man from the south. JOHN HARLAN'-TllC boy photographer. MINTER HARRISTHOXN' do these miners get such good looking girls? JOHN WINTERS'ADOthCY Aggie makes good. EMILY GRACEYLASlC the Pi Phi Tong. JANE HARCOURT-The girl with the football C0111- plex. ETHEL MARASKA-An unusual Pi Phi. GORDON BURNER-'HOXX' can such a short man get away with so much? HARRX' LIPPARELLI-One S. A. E. who could neither box, nor play football. WALTER L1NEHAN-Last captain of a Nevada foot- ball team. l'lELEN WEBB-ClllCf of the Pi Phi's. RAY l'lACKE'l'T-xvllilt a referee. STAN SUNDEEN1AllOthCl' unsuccessful Campus Play- ers manager. ECHO MORGAN-Custodian of Manzanita Hall. FRED ROUMAGE-A fossil hunter, but still in love. HARVE ASHBY-Just a igloo everywhere I go. lVlAE VUICH-YVe still insist that Buster Johnson is a lucky fellow. ....,., ---.-- -gy, -- --- Q., - -533 image -TL.'If"f'T1T1f'fQ'.Q'llT""M''' L 1 a 3 1 maj 5 2 V CAN YOU FIGURE THIS ONE OUT? ff HERE are at large on this Campus approximately one dozen harmful, noisy maniacs known to the student body as the Sagers. Witli service to the Univer- sity as their byword they have, during the past semester, solved the unemployment prob- lem of the Student Affairs Committee in no mean manner. just before every studem body meeting every one of these men takes complete leave of his senses, dashing T10 and fro on the Campus attempting to run down innocent bystanders with high-p0VYf' cred motor cars, and at the same time making such an infernal din that everyone IS glad to take refuge in the auditorium just to escape them. NQISE is their god Hlld they are continually devising new and novel Ways to annoy the student body-hay wagons, bells, sirens, horns, megaphones, Whistles--all have been resorted to. Among their outstanding achievements of last semester was the successful promoti11Q Of the Homecoming Bonfire Rally. But here again they let their desire to serve get the best of them, much to the discomfiture 1 Control Committee turned out to b was ironed out satisfactorilf. W clzll lz f -' "s" i ' " her 5 e sir t ish hurriedly our thtu .lttlXltlLh, U1 Nt their activity, of the second semeste of Messrs. Adamson and VVilson. The Finance e a true friend, however, and the whole IHZIYICI r, believing that everyone is thoroughly acquainted with them. The Campus is eagerly awaiting the Sergers, next great service to thell' college. The Hull' P"CVeflUl5lt'f m'Ce55f"'Y to become a member of this menace to 5001993 52441 I, yi l 3 ,:"ej5'1Eff - ei i i ,, I i. ii ll ,i il '1 ing '1 u il JE 24 Vi X. . i X ED 1 'U 1-1 wr AR llllfllfbla ,i Eli I E . 1 SL 'f rl rl, - 5 1 li -E gay. 1 f .i, x., L L v. xy'--4 ,a to A A ev . .. .,---....,.,---,.a---.. .. A . . 'ifiiijf' on l .,.. Q Q Si: 'fl ll Vl li Qld KE! -4: l all lil in .IV ,if el li 3 I il l . SM' : 1 1 I I 5 1 3 I i , . 1 I , if E 3 A 2 t 1 Ml CALIFORNIA BOUND! R , Q Our photographer gets a-hold of the 'paint remover by mistake and turns in his conception of the sort of thing i l l that would make the Wolves Special a well-nigh perfect affair. f I . ' . r 1 i 5 . . . . i ' I other than being a born noise-maker, IS to know a good time when you see one-and then not to turn it down. 2 i . 1 5 ' . Next in order of importance among the pep clubs of Nevada are the Sagens, VVO-men's Auxiliary to the Sagers, and eskimo pie vendors par excellence. Distinguish- I able by their blue and white regalia and extreme tenacity, they may be seen pestering 5 5 Q the spectators at almost every athletic contest. These otherwise normal girls become i . . . . . fl: ' possessed with a school spirit complex which at times makes them comparable to the .Wi members of their parent organization, the Sagers. Far less harmful to- the good name of the University, however, the Sagens are tolerated in their attempts to bring about l the establishment of hot dog selling and ice cream vending as major sports at our college. g We have onthis Campus a very efficient dirt-collecting organization posing as a women's honorary English society, which takes an insane delight in exposing any little m,issteps that you might have made during the year. Their oflicial title, that of D. A. E., when translated from the early Greek, means "Dirt After Escapadesf' After' witness- ing the most recent of their Scandal Shows we begin to Wonder just what the modern English honor student can be thinking of in her spare time. 'fl Mr .WE :QS , 'V-X, i L,,....,.,,,l -X'-mm i K 5 2.9721-TL, fe-3... f'f:l5e'3'4'N'T".1.'A' "f. Q VT 1 ffg.lIffI.ff'fQf.fQ 'Qf'wf1f'7tTT1ffi.Ti55l""'fi"f .fa-X axe' Uv' i'f"'Nfi no X .... -ca lfT'5 ii ll llisfiili ' ' ' s A 11? E ll .ffx Phil L Li te, A l245l pam. ll 3 r t ul ima ARTEMISIA S fgfgm eu 4 IiQQ2'W1'm-S?2':.L,'Qf9'ff4f ff? K . . . , 5 A f gQQ-Q l M I 2 5 I if 0 M pm x ,L gl :El :W fLw , f 1 I iff L: ,IL ,ii E! if: ,-V ga ai' 'EE PM Si ji 14 ii '1 EE .fi Es 5 -b I I if I: 6 ? ff? 9 f o i E I :-A33 '4"' Q "'A "W" """" A-" ""- - W----M -W A 5 mn-1mTgf.,,'T':iNi1i1'i',g'zigffz-:Q111ggx:..i1i:iii ,L'w 3Q H461 1 9 3 I lgfxb 4 + 1 1 4 MIS A .li if I ,x if 0 1 i ,g- 4: 1 'i 1 i i , . 1 -i -i . 'U'- JUST MEMoR1Es NE of the most promising characteristics of the University is the guiding spirit which watches over all student activities, so that none will stray from the path of righteousness. Nevadans who have enjoyed the hospitality of the places pic- tured opposite during the past two semesters may well look back in retrospect over time A, well spent, and pleasure worth the full price exacted. Places of entertainment within P -4 easy access of the Campus have acted as a lure to those who- later were favored with f e typewritten invitations to a pleasant afternoon spent with four interesting people who . have the welfare of the school at heart. bg The imposing structure in the upper left-hand corner will long remain in the L ' memories of some sixty students who visited the p-lace in a single evening, as the "House of Green Punch." Reno's newest and most easily accessible resort, surrounded by green Q h lawn, occupies the top center of the panel. Here students may consort with any number of persons one would never expect to see outside of Chicago. To its right may be seen the Bohemian Club, which flourished for a time but broke up when its charter members ll i failed to pay the rent. The reader may use his own imagination as to the significance l of the boots, the signs and the notice. fl l Below are pictured two of the less familiar gathering places. The two-story struc- 1 . ture has been the mecca of any number of expectant men-about-the-Campus, and all ,i , too often disappointment has been the sole reward. Reno's only real night club for this gllql reason has remained the favorite spot, to be talked of only in awled whisperings. I i i ' . i li f l l is lvl, ilell ' L 1 li l 5 1 if y l i l i 'i I , l F i l ,g lllr"i l 1 1 9 l "THE CHILDRENS HOURU , M U Wm 5 t,,,'ieeg LLL.gg--..jggiiiiigijgiijilizpi av.-.m eal ,,,,.. , ,.,,, ,i.,.,,,J, ,.,,.- -----...r-, f.-. --Lf --H -:a.....r..: -- ... 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' . cerminl h h du , or else she it has been estimated that the G. M. signed - Y 35 t C e ltor baffled. But then per- l 654 932 ' ' ' ' hqps we we being too hqrd L I b v , , .4 requisitions during the past fiscal ' f C on ucie . - .- . . . - really workedhhst semester ecause she period, thereby costing the university a certain ' amount for paper and gaining many friends in the athletic department and student body as well. lg.: - 393 . , .--.. . . - ..... - ...,,,,.,,,,.-..-..,.,...,-U-. 1 -1- 1, .' S. .--Qugr.--.......-,,...-4:7 A --M :T:" ' J M!-5 -' ' "' "" "' "'-- l 11 s-..,,.,.,,w,..., I-unix A' i ' 12481 l 9 3 l 2 7 l 1 ' . A l I I '1 ' a i '-L ,,g, lc. F E .,, ur, fx E 5 - I 'I il FS! iii im, I-if ijt .,1. :., Eg-H .I Mi .Ai 1: M, Y. ,I 1 I I if E r ii' ,v H i 5 Y 'RI 3 -I 'P, .lg I J., . i Q i. II ii I yo'- ll, l L I .I .ii It vi Ll T I X v A C A fi 'll IV l l A l I 5 ' LN' T ' Kiefer 0 Q , lol fl 'ii iz, if E, 35 1 5 EP II i. , so 1 It 5 ilqll Iliff itll lv i I ggi If II I I .. 1 E 2 . l , E l ig M la i 2 ' I 5 it it if A ' THIS PANEL MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH THE COURTESY OF THE DELTA DELTA DELTA il . I 5 ACTIVITY AssocIATIoN. 3 I Q ffz . Under the leadership of William Kelly "Spats,' Collonan and "Dapper Lee" Qi i Sidwell, Campus Players has enjoyed one of the most successful seasons in its history, J 2 . A . ' . ' I, 4 presenting three mammoth productions and one very unusual banquet for its new I E V members. Une of their productions was presented in a very' unique manner, making Qff it 5 it ossible for the audience to hear most of the arts twice durin the course of the 3 - ' I , - play-first off stage and then on. And for once a full house Was made possible through I I Q f the aid of Blue Ke our leadin SERVICE fraternit . Financiall' Cam us Pla ers 1 I ll n 1 J u u g y u s ny, P n yn X ' I . I is a littleyolf 1tS feet, but this is merely a temporary condition. Owing only an Infinite ' f t amount to the student bod the or anization should be com letel defunct Within the EQ E I, I . Y' g P . Y . . I I " next few ears if the resent success and number of roductions can be maintained. if , , A Y P P I i fl I. . ' . . . . l - Thereupon she fainted dead away right IH the middle of the sidewalk, so what 'l , '1 A img Could I do? I YW! Has it ever entered your mind that if it werenlt for the number of athletes lying about on our lawns we wfould be lacking the proper collegiate atmosphere? ' E E The 1931 Artemisla staff wishes that whoever Inserted that clause ln the new IQ constitution making it compulsory that the Artemisia come out at least three weeks before the close of school could just put one of these damn things out once. E1 my Q We tried to put H. Sheerin's picture on page 244, but he caught us in the act. A , ,af E U 1 I V ' l V 1 c n 1 I l MA! There's one thin we like about the S1 ma Nusithe never ive u . ll l M., I g 3 Y S P ,KIT li 'HLJNQ L-11-L I , " l 7373! ' T T A ll 4Lg,41Lg,.,gggLi5,Ti1igliijjii gf'Li.1,-gg,3fgiALQIQTLQQLQY 544: V 'ST : -f ,yf I, , , f T-T W WA ,Till U Q3 I Q., GJ I 52491 IIA Wiz: li Q 'yy l I' 2 ilu Q50 .W 1 JFS Y YW A ? I-Q D -I - 'E 'I-I. A WSWS 'S'- ia fy-53? 'Q xg NX' SVW Hg N Qbm ? I f .fs .- wma . .f fl af J , ' .v ,,7g,g.g. , ,fg""' - N 1' I . , VV.. ..,,...,4 nLwQ??i?5 , - . jx- 1 mug -.L - 'L 5x 2 Ji' ff ' .- 02:5 " , - .1 Y' ' KS ,s f z A away . 1: r ,wwf .-wfwww 1"- QTS, ,. . . v lll ' f '17 J?5,?i?5ilff5' W" ' I f ' 'fig R . .. Y X X 1 5' ' ' ff' 7 F P N 5 V 's , ff ff' XX X' If , 5 01' , , , e '9 W'- fff' I1 - 3 I - !'N'I', .W .Q Nur- ' ?'fii5M ,f ,f , . .1 X' , 531 AY?-' - V 95 we X . 25 1 , , .. Z. 1 xy., .V , 'x x ll H I .15 r "a3raw2 ' ' X ,iii 3353532 ff f' w yMgmWZgQgQiQz 2 Q.fmQiZW?Z2Cf 1 W fn 4 fs f". WV ' ' S 9'eW "ke Q W but dldn f full 0 , f ,gif A wg Awww , 45p',if,,-fgw W XM S THE "FOX" coMPLn1LS ANOIIII R A , xi SUCCESSFUL SFAQON il C Aliflflilvllblll. W ,. 3-4, z..4,.g, f ri 6- Q5 -, .r V. IXVI 'ET ,..if alllff rw ts + 4 or if IN ooNoLUs1oN F WE HAVE MISSED any persons worthy of mention in this section we offer them our sincere apologies and wish them more success in next year's edition. 'iVe had any number of ideas left, but our money ran out before we could put them into the material form necessary for publication. It has been with a great deal of pleasure and anticipation of results that we have created these few pages of humorous truths. We have been work.ing under the assump- tion that a yearbook is only as good as its humor section and so have attempted to put our best into it even though it may bring the w'rath of God and a few others about our heads. i There have been rumors hovering about us to the extent that we, the staff, believe there may be some complaints registered against our brain-child when it greets the public gaze for the first time. All such complaints may be deposited with the Univer- sity of Nevada postmaster who, in accordance with a pre-arranged agreement, will burn all such letters immediately upon receipt. As the printer stands over us with a club demanding this copy, and the staff members turn homeward to pack their bags prior to leaving for parts unknown, we want you to feel that we have not attempted to cast slurring remarks at any of our campus luminaries, run down in any way their good characters, or include anything whatsoever other than what might be termed good, clean fun. C59 on 1 s i l df l H511 i l ily 5 A mini ARTEM151 , ., i' I-1 1,1-I -FK, M I Q19 Q i5?:ff:151b T5'VQc-Q 9 1 . i i I i 4 4 I , Q V I ' n I 1 11 3 1. ?: gi 1, ic i,. 21 W '4 V 1 i 1 QZQEVE QD if -J i I 1? U F H H 'Q li 8 ' 2 . I V I , V 1 , ' w 1 I 1 .ei g . ii 21' Now WHAT DO You 'rH1NKz 1: ,- ?5 fi ,u 4 ,a 1-i L, e-3 .. .'! I u EV ml , W A if I J! ti -5 1 ,' J: 252 9 3 I :Es QE 1 i Q L 4 E1 ce? ff 1 5 J ' f 5 S Q S W 1 iq si EEE tl fi V I Amemism I avg l 0 f l- c ll tl! lf: !f,i if. its .J . 5 , ." '4'o ? e! iw. nf P' I Y ' Q 1 E i.. 1 5, 2 'a Z. .13 ' . li i ig 0 3 l gigif A'l if" ,Fu ,137 APPRECIATION HE following advertisers have made possible the publica- tion of this 1931 Artemisia. Were it not for their gener- ous backing the book would necessarily have to be much smaller in size and of a much more limited nature. In taking space in this advertising section, these merchants have made only another sacrifice for the A. S. U. The support of college publications, plays, athletic contests and other activities creates a constant drain upon these people. Hence we can say that they have made possible the year book that we might look through the recording of happenings of our campus during the past year with a greater feeling of pride, both in the year-book itself, and the complete- ness of the publication But few people other than the business staff of the Artemisia realize just how much this support means. It is our sincere hope that the students of this University will appreciate this service even only half as much. While we can only thank these sup- porters by such a note as this, students can go farther and much more effectively. It is the sincere hope of the Artemisia business staff that you who have read this book will take heed of this request and patronize the men who, in part, gave you this book. ff: Q aw LL? if I if 0 7 2 l 9 3 PM Q v W, H If ill ETEMISII 1 I 1 1 ,. 'I I i . . , I 3 I I 'El 1? , Q I-f i'.i :ii fs' 3. fir I-f .I . 'i, .:1 I. , v it In 1-15 :ia ,., ,H I .lgli fl I 1 A I -1 ,le O' I ,,,, 'Mwii?E'i:::3g E .. In ,M I ,,., dh , - -' E: Vere" f" " "' " "' 4' 1 A . . Q, ' Z' I - P. I A CARLI LE Si CU. 5 Z ' I ,, OF NEVADA I 1 11 Printers of the 1929 Artemisia 1 5 I ' r 3 ' 1 1 I 1 13 1 I I 1 A OFFICE : FAETORYI ,3 , Q f I 131 NORTH VIRGINIA STREET 127-131 P ULTON LANE U 5,13 TELEPHONE RENO 4195-4196 TELEPHONE RENO 4195 1 I 1 if it 41 IEE 1 I I , p Z 0 0 sw E: I Our Prmtmg Department +5 I ' L! : I . Turns out the highest class of printing in the State. U76 are Book- 5, z binders, Rulers, Embossers, Litho gmphers, E n growers, Copper- If I 3 plate Printers and Seal fllmkers. Corporation and Election Supplies. 9:26 I . l Eight Hour Serfuiee on Stock Certificzztvs. i 2, 1 E 3 i Four Hour Service on Seals. I I I FI O if 5 0 E i p Our Statlonery Department 1 1 7 Has the most complete line of Stationery Supplies in the State. I Q 2 There are ofver 40,000 items to meet your l'!fqIllI'l'lI1l'?lf5 in this Ile- I D pertinent . . . anything from fr pin to zz so-fr. Engrzwrkl IV!'!1'dl?1Ig I dnnouneements and Infoitrztions II S pm-ia! fy. ll' QQIN ' ' ' ,-,,,,,r,,m I ' 10' 0 P1'111t61'S and Stationers Wllo Are Not Stationary 0 5 - V. .-1 - f"F-' I ' 1- I mm, ,.,.. , O-, I E Z V Y Y , ,, -,..,....,....--.-.. ........--..-.,......,....,.,...- f2,54j 1 9 3 I H K , A y CE . . ARTEMISIA W rw, , V or ' 3 S l V Ui I! we 1 . Vli a .lf rf -'i 2 1 1 . 2:14 ,iff 31 gQL '4 'ifi 1. 4 2-5 . ,il If f EA A., 0 A., 1, A. of ., Q.f"'Si' This ad is evidence that We have - purchased your goods. Do yo-u and your student friends purchase ours? Reno Sporting Goods C The largest Sport Store in the state REACH, WRIG1iT Sz DITSON, GOLDSMITH, R wLzNGs, WILSON 8: DRAPER-MAYNARD Goons SOLD BY Us 257 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada You Are Always Welcome at the ...,,.,w,.A ,...e The Chocolate Shop The leading Confectionery in the state PURE HOMEMADE CANDIES ICE CREAM AND LUNCHES 201 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada VISIT CONANT'S Pay and Paokits GS' to H im l l, B Strictly Cash No Deliveries Bottom Prices lt FY ' my Qt Q 1 16 West Commercial Row 0 I 0 26 East Commercial Row 56 West Liberty Street A s , C C if sf I '?T::::iTii::1g1g5gt1f:'::L4."" - - l 9 3 1 E2 5 5 M if' l l .. ,Q RTEM .. i' -,..l-. V ISIA I Ii" EEI . P :fl -4 12 'IE I . .-.-1. ' I J i, l :gg .if ,Ig ,lf Q51 I 111 :fi .', :ii 'tn 'xl 'I 5 Ei I I i A 1 tree ' ' Ianni 'I I X ' ,hifi G Exclusive Di,vtr'ilmt07',v 0 UDOROTHY Hobart l . TOILET ARTICLES A A 4 I Ask for Free fx Booklet ' mp 3 Q2 I 4 Lumber and fllillwork I 139 ' 9 fi -I Hllp S Drug cg Ii I jr 3 Store 0 ff iii Uffiee, M111 and Yard U-J 127' N01'th Vifginlfl Stfcet Park Street Phone 3871 WE I Phone 6104 Reno, Nevada Reno, Nevada I It 1 ' 2 J V U Phone 78,24 Peggy Henderson 5 Q Q Reno Press aft : I A1 l 1 lui B I l 'E A 3 2 ' I T10 Q 0- Grand Beauty Ig 5 I if ' QQ Shoppe j , I I 9 SI , fllanufzzcturers of Q-' E l l y Q35 y BUILDING BRICK 5 +L E A 35 I r "Special Rates 250 All C0-mls" l ll - Dealers In 29 East Second Street I FUEL OIL Room 4, Mascanie Building Q Q Reno, Nevada 1 I i , l I If you Want A REAL MANICURE try Beryl Lloyd , , 0 5 1 - QW ' lm I 5 .. ,..T,,, .wwegae.,IT.I,t:TiI1"-1121i2i1,T::f:Ii,1igqgj:i7:f4gg,gp I El 4 I IMI l 9 3 I , 1 . Z .5 I, 5 " ,L f, YU? N Q, N -- p QNEQR E1 9- I I I 1 4 i 1 1 1 5 I .4 1 11 ga E Z 1 lf' 3 1 s i s el "fi i I RTEMISIA -1aQ -ig no e-,..g,,. Established in Reno 28 Years TALK TO John T. Read REALTOR Insurance, Loans, Appraisements Notary Public 259 NORTH VIRGINIA ST. RENO, NEX'ADA Telephone 6211 Established 1895 Reno Mercantile Company Agents for TOWNSENUS KEY COMPANY 24 West Douglas Place Phone 4372 Reno Nevada Raise Cain to Q . De Laval Separators Qliver Plows TELL THE u 'TH SIGNS R i 1 Mifning and Plumbing Supplies , gp Hardware Hercules Powder Co. 5 ' John Deere Implements A Q RENO, NEVADA TM' M' .x l . . E V5 i Coffee To Be'G00fZ Must Be Fresh IMPORTED NQVELTIES I .I A g Pacific Coffee is the only coffee sold 1 fllf RC0507Zdbl8 P7'iC1'S 5 T. fresh from the roaster--roasted the P 5 ,V very day you buy it. Try it. 1 ,, " Z 0 Q 5 I P3C1f1C Coffee Stores Shop I 5 if ii "Direct to C01zx1mzer" I VIRGINIA STREET , ,. 1 .240 SIERRA STREET RENO 5861 Above Hamp-Thomas Hardware PHONE 5791 LYLE F. DURLEX 4 gt 'A Reno Mattress CLEANERS AND TAILORS "The Relail Matlre.vJ Facloryv Dial Sparks 2141 I It RENOVATING ' 1 ONE DAY SERVICE RELINING AL1'ERA'I'IONS 5 , I . 725-730 East Fourth Streets 1034, B Street, Sparks L3 - - .A-A . - - -1- ir-wzfgiiygi gig.: "V'Ti,iQ:1g.'?' to 5 O , ' 4 335' ,.,. . ,.:.4 --- ,... --.-..s..- .nf.... 2- .. .,r. T -, -.. 31 if 1 9 3 1 1257 O ARTEMISIA Gray, Heidi Wright Company "A Nevada Institution" The Undergraduate or Alumnus- . . will always find the correct and exclu- sive apparel in Our Wide selections Of the very latest . . . for both formal and informal Occasions. Gray, Reid, Wright Company ffguazuy Merchandise Azwyw Films Developed and Printed De-ity 'A 4 Mail Orders Gifven'Prom1bt Attention YOUR FRIENDS WILL WANT THE KIND OF PHOTOGRAPH WE MAKE affratb Svtuhiu 'ND HINDIVIDUALITY IN PORTRAITUREU Sittings after hours hy appointment Cheney Building, 139 North Virginia Street 'lkleplmne 3532 I DD' ,fi lf:f'if:if:::gi,L1,5Ligizzfggp.'i 1' gQI1T'T1Qjf5l4 ' 1533 mi 1 9 3 1 r in '1 4, 1 S i ss? .,. I I "I I R , , i 5? -.1 3 , 1 .Q 'iN . fi Fx if our-,IE ARTEMISIA A wr' ' f P, .X-. '- A I V I A , . ., , I ,CC-, U, I A A ,CN Filqi fib I I gl- K ew I A-4 A -A ,fig Yi ,iwigsg 9:0 ,IL W Q V ' - cAnM:u1' Cnunmc svs-rgM Make the 0 l favs - A F 59 """"" . Q- 14 verland H , The Mark of Super Cleaning I QQ? Sunshlne Laundry, Inc. your mel i U While in Reno I1 I We Use IVORY SOAP Exclusively Q PLANT AND BUSINESS OFFICE QQ Y gr, 440 East second st. Phone 4178 'ii EI 5 I if I 9. i S BRANCH NO. 1 EUROPEAN PLAN I ' I 5 - 257 North Center Street . Pffft 5 C 2 I' ' 5 fm BRANCH NO. 2 af? and Coffee Sho? A ff 208 sierra street 'fn 0 0144644104 Q 5 -4 ig! S ' fi- I :I I -+ 4 . For CLEANLINESS Q , ' 4 I A. T. Eveleth A I I I 4 I Q gy Q and PROMPTNESS 3.63 If 334 Lumber Company 254917 A LUMBER AND MILLWORK I X L I ' 5 'Q 5 ' i 3 FOLlI'th and Alameda StS. :UI-he College Laundrya: fi 3. E 'f L S Reno, Nevada - 4 Dia14156 Ph0ne5752 fig ? - 3 2 Owner and Operator of 3 E 9 Sperks Wood Yard . 1: 1 S z 2 KW eggs fg I, I I P 9 ' li 4 -gf Q ne Q -egg? ZS ,. I Q i W 5 j" , g - SANDWICH SHOP S, PETERSQN 2 0 ' . I State Distributor for U I South Vlfglnla St1'CCt' Q v 1 .' lo'o h 0:0 . Lf , I , I I , PM o,or I oooo I I ,A 4 4 E1 Q3 ?QL.TT?T2if'iTL1LT.ii:i1L'i S 1 9 3 1 H2591 . 7 RTE ISIA ,, , , - fff---- -111, '." - w',5','1?Jj""' " - - - 1, t-e S Exlwiklrnchira lhxlfks SN,-Kl'l'Y Sbilcvlfb Golden State Baker y Piiliri 81 Sun, Props. QUAL1'1'Y BREAD AND PASTRIES 136 East Second Street Telephone 4332 Compliments of Mafestie Radio Sales Co. . Edises Jewelers VVateh Repairers hlanufaeturers Phone 33 71 Arcade Building 134 North Virginia Street Reno, Nevada The Dainty CakeSh0p Homemade Cakes, Pins, Brrnff and Pastry of All Kinffx TelL'pl1om'4392 27 West Second Street ' "'-' '-- '-1-l'-'I' ga-..T'f1i.35'....yWiaxtig- , rw l 9 3 Nevada Transit Co llhxo-Siaxxlv lll'NNl-A "Rim zuiflz S11fwt,i"' Nevada Photo Service Ilumf ,lflU'I'it' C,'ml1f'1'us um! Pmjm'tw'5 l'llO'l'O l'-lNlSlllNll l'lL"I'L'RH l"R.AXNIINlL SlL'I'I'Il Struct RL'I1ib, NUX l'. O. lim 54' Washoe Market G:uncs:1nd XN'ootl Ll. lllSlHCCIL'Ll l,l'1Nlllk't5 l' ish :ind llonltrx' , ,. .. , l-ll - KurlhXuru1iii.uSlrri't- l-li l'hom- 619-l I-'I-,T D1-li Dew Drop Inn HFH1' H 6:0011 All,-if!" l ll l O SIITCI, Spgirkx I ml S I 2 1 1 I i 1 M 6 i f1 Q uw V 1 f na, .1 1 . 4 1 I 5,1 32 1 .av 1 R T l S l .et E +A 1 he N pol ' VVHEN TRAVELING EAST - STGP AT THE Sf C , 'H ommerelal Hotel ELKQ, NEVADA NEWTON CRUML15Y,P1-Op. H i ii p J, R, CO. Unitfmzfity Stzfflcnts lflfelcomc at 1. .ti 1151 lfVlz0lf'sfzlc Dfffzlery in V 3 Overland Cafe 4 Hardware Plumbing Supplies BEST QUALITY Fooos Heating Apparatus p Reno Nevada Private Booths Open All Night ---3. 1 il? When Bu ' Cl h ,,,i ymg ot es 1 J. E. Sweatt St Co. A E . Don'l Hunt for ChcafJ11cs.v 1 HINSURANCE HAVE YOUR NEXT SUIT MADE BY 1 qt' 1 SPECIAL1s'1's" . . 2 , LAVOIE -The Tallor 1 1 132 Sierra Street Reno, Nevada Y V I 1 ' i 341 1Xo. Y irgmia Street Reno, Nevada ...ag if ...-4. ' pv, 1 gp Electro-Kold Refrigerators H' H' 'VURRITW Mgf' 1 Q1 Savagg 81 S011 Plaza Pharmacy,Ino. Q PlHm5ff7'f N. Virginia and Plaza Streets l rrhc latest in Plllmblng fixtures ln Nearest Drug Store to the University i 3 1 six different colors f I MRS. BESSIE TURRITIN, Sffy-7',-em. 1 Show Room Telephone 1 0 214 Sierra Street Reno 1843 Phone 4201 ' Reno, Nevada WM hi - , H, 1 ,,,i at A ,,,, N rri, A .. . .. 1 I Ei l '?iii:7:?::T1:':1i1:iL:t::1ii1T l gr' 5 3 1 9 3 l L 261 '3 L71 N... ARTEMISIA 5.I, ik. DX -,, 1 t is i s i' lm Q Q o ofa ' li Er: :ij ?Q45 :ft is af! .gi 135 is: 71 E E I Vx I i. il -: Fix! if! fl IJ 1 ff II i .,l E' wif ,. s A smart Shop . . . 'where smart I 0 men may purchase smart apparel L KNOX MacKenzie and Leeper KNOX HATS ' Men's Shop A CAPS ' Ei p HOME OF KUPPENHEIMER GOOD CLOTHES I n 'sis s he cover for this annual s was created by The DAVID J. ' MOLLOY CO. -s 2857 N. Western Avenue- , Chicago, Illinois O 61ery Macie Q Cover bears this - :fade 11221:-qliain cha Us E I CSB I -1- O' K 262 9 3 EQ 1 , """+ --4+ -+ I l l rl I l 2 2 l l i I I 1 l l I 3 ,,,,...g. ,IS s ' I I A I if A R T E l S l A :E - , FNQQD I E M" NEVADA SPORTING Goons eo. RITZ HOTEL B ' 41-45 East Second Street Reno, Nevada St H t t Telephone 5220 Cam ea Hot and Cold Water Rooms with Bath , 5 Distributing Reach, Wright 8z Ditson's Fine ' .g Athletic Goods. Arms and Ammunition. . if 'Q Guns and Parts. Expert Gun Repairing. NO' 8 East Commerclal ROW H Fine Fishing Tackle. Wholesale and Retail. Phone 7571 We repair rods for the trade Reno' Neirada I A i . Ll I li- ELITE CAFE MARGARET BURNHLAIWS U W. ' l ED ODBRXEN, Prop. OPEN DAY AND NIG1-IT ' Phone 3321 V PURITY CLEANLINESS QUALITY A PLACE To EAT All our candies are made Across from Golden Hotel from the very best materials 4 208 North Center Street WE SERVE CHISM,S ICE CREAM I Reno, Nevada 38 west second street 255 - phene - 331 IS. WOOD LOCK AND KEY SHOP f Robert W. Baker DiSffibUf01'S0f YALE LocKs AND HARDWARE GROCERIES, FRUITS Safe 'and lock repairing. Keys made to order. Combination on any lock changed. AND VEGETABLES Keys made from lock numbers. ' 232 SIERRA STREET PHONE 5232 B Street SP3I'kS, Nevada RENO, NEVADA 1 fl , . . it Sllver State Bakmg Umon Market Company, Inc. V- A- BCCM ii' ' FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS il 347 N. Virginia Street Reno, Nevada POULTRY .AND FISH l33 East Second Street Telephone Reno 6178 Dial 6562 Reno, Nevada L ,vw rv ' f fr I . :r.,,4, . .... ...--.-..a' -... - .... -.------ -..s- --M r----- ---K ---- fr- -- -f'-- ' " Q- , rf ' 3 ZTTTTZTif""f.QQjTl1QTITl11lggfffmffe L ii 1 Z In l 9 3 l I263I .1 1 2 8 Ig? i I : Ei I 2 a 1 I i I R T E M I S I A V ' EJ' EE E QUE, fi X' A F H f- l . M M SEM Sm 4 ' A UNUSUAL B 5 CHOCOLATES Q 3 Ask for Saylor's Chocolates A A E i ' A A L GI --- W9 7- E f VTI41 W i 0 O V .E ' hs ' lm i QEQS' 3? Q 'G V' H gf FINEST HAVANA FINOBACCO 1 A' 41619 ' I 9 ' 0 - ' Eg A MISSIOH Dry A gi, 5 Q fic Sparkling X The Beverage of the Century ORANGE A GRAPEERUIT LEMON ga Pure Fruit Juic E :X 4 '.fv.7lX. " ' it v u- A415199 A Q I Nevada Tobacco Co- A ! Distribmfors 11 EAST PLAZA RENO, NEVADA -- ...1 W- 1 V. W.. .,.....,, ,L LL.. ,,.,A W--- J .. .,,,, - -mm ,. ,, . , A A ' 533' ' O ' ...... L - W 1 9 3 1 .,,,,,.sh-5+ it U lx 1 P 11 ,I I 1 Y W. Y w i w 5 . 1 x I z 1 I 1 1 E r Q - ,.....-- 1 . ?4v-4, it ARTEMISIA I i i A 1 t in it I L ig: 8 v n .s 9 V, I 'I 1 fi' a n i l T154 Aaf,fiAa112iiAziii13T1f2ffi+1' I y ashoe Wood and 0 U A JJ Coal Yard L ,al H Phone 3322 rim fu xslt In Q if f ' COALS if KING CASTLE GATE AND ROCK SPRING ig A EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR NEVV PEERLESS COAL P . MILL BLOCKS, SLATES, ETC. 'ii H. C. MADSEN, Prop. 328 East Sixth Street Reno,V Nevada my 9 3 265 i l RTE ISIA i 1 1 . Qi 1 1 .ii -Q 5 if ,. -S: sf llli fl Q : rl rl L- .4 l E L . i 's I V 1 i l I 1 1 i P 1 3 E .... l Via, e "W'fL'g:115.M2iT'!.Lr :gw R . " -A... . 1 . H.: Hui: A jf9f,,m,,M , M ..A-um. -- f ' A 3 ' .Z 1 . l GRAND CAFE I he ' S . 1 l in After ine Dance or Show . . as , 1,95 the Grand CG, , E.. Y . 3 U 1 l 1 5 A it Choicest of Salads Best of Sandwiches , ff H' ll li u L ' il i EVENING DINNERS Excellent Fountain Service j , Prompt Service - Courteous Treatment - Special 55.50 Meal Tickets to Students for of S Chocolates ,R l 54.75 R "Prof.'l N. E. Wilson '91-,06 ANat Wuson '13 ji' 1 T Fw Tim Wilson Ex-'23 5 L l Q 1 5 Masonic Temple Bldg. Q ' lil 33 East Second Street Virginia Street at First l i :lla e la 5 i RENO NEVADA RENO Phone 31 77 NEVADA iT l 1 i s ' g i D E V L 5 ' F l l I I 3 -T1 Une Hundred ,Per Cent lj g i 5 i s ALPINE GLASS CO. ALAMITE SERVICE W l ' 5 l i S 3 STATION W 1 I ' 3 BYRON E. MORRIS 5 21? I Q F i i eip 3 fm 5 E :Li Glass of All Kinds . Flax -Rate Repairing on all cars ' ' ' Q For Every Purpose e -11 5 A i i W 5 2 g Qu 5 1 ' at ill l V Auto Glass Installed 9 ll gi Mm Manufactured Maohabee s r ' l l A Plate Glass Beveled G in i ay, arage f 3 l 324 East Fourth Street i , Pl'lOfle Reno Spgrkg Neyrada l i i gig - -1 A-.t v'-lY. ..- ..., --.--.i....-e-i,t .,,t,, ,.,...,.-i q,q- n ., ,.., A , , KE 4133 L7.Z'Teii'iZg1T.1't''11'iiziig1.ii'g,g1,i7igg1gff EIB i A 266 9 3 i y. ff 5 .5 jf!e."sffE HP FU H F1 3 CII HP .,,-x' n . s ' s A ti - ' .g. 3 it in 6 0 E 9 . 5. . Good Luck Ate You ll U 0 - - - AND WE MEAN IT! - - - . N . Q3 A MAJESTIC A j . GRANADA . A A L? WIGWAM THEATRES ' :Q ' Sy E-, 4. ! A - 4 f """--4 1.5 f fi -3 , i m 1 1 i I 4 T Sr D Jr. Enterprises, Inc. BOB RAY, Resident hfianager A---4 ! v A W 5 UNITED NEVADA BANK f 1. RENO, NEVADA . i Y e Q 3 CAPITAL ------. s400,000.00 lf SURPLUS -------- 100,000.00 5 ' , . ' 5 is A OFFICERS 5 . GEORGE WINCFIELD ------------- President 5 if 0. WALTHER - - Vice-President and Cashier fig H. H. SCHEEIINE ----- - Vice-Pmsident ' , W. L. CASINELLA ---- Assistant Cashier S 5 RD. G. LARUE - ----- - - Assistant Cashier . DIRECTORS A GEO. WINCEIELD R. T. BAKER J. O. VVALTHER H. H. SCHEELINE U GEC. B. THATCHER A. COOPER A. C. TRIELOFF U . Q I .f?QQ I 1:53 29 A A 1 9 3 I Lzmj . 7 Q a s i I 1 1 1 RTEMISIA ,L -1.-Q '-1 1 .J-1... --' l ,E ' 'M' 217.1351 ' A ' E Q ' 19 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 i1 1 U 1 ,1 1 1 ' 1 1 I ! 1 1 ..4 P14 0 04 --ff .1 ,WM Asa xv Tal LI 4.,f 1 1 U41 +!f'i9'!W 1 1. mf I " - W1 ' ' 119 W 1 1g7 F" :'z 1 W i' -ff? fs'uPH 1Q .1 145215, 119 Sw M 7 ,. 2559 s111f+1QesE3 1 si 3 f i ssigeffiii' ,s L11 W Hgh 19,1 Z J-If 31 '1 d w-"i'L? 'g1V'l'L! g gri gf Qiiir' ALM X -31 " TPM . f gk I QM J , XG, IW: K1 1! : l 2 I1 -tan -Igfygggzv-LJ 'L H ig: lb hgh' in I. ' F . 1--F mmfwmfg 1 'Q A ' 1 A Lf! E 1 -A A 1 ,- ' ,QU 1,13 - T, E-:i ua A ip ' P f 'L " ' - YF' ' WH Qin" 1 s s E fl .-V ' ' THE RI ER IDE Absolutely First Class and Fireproof SINGLE ROOMS AND APARTMENTS C. SADLIER, MZlIl8gCl' QQ 1 HOTEL GOLDE Modern and Convenient FRANK GOLDEN, Manager The above hotels are owned and operated by the RENO SECURITIES COMPANY GEORGE WINGFIELD, Manager Renzm, IXIGVZICLI 0 0 ' 59 1 1 1 , 1 1 I 1 i 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I i z I 1 U 1 1 1 1 I I 2 -.-.. 'E El :nn:D --1:-ww----.-W---I -..,, ,-,,, ...,. ., 4,,,, ,Md " -CIC'-'Pla'-' .--M ...s,, .s,,E ,,s, , cans ET A .Bw , - 1J ..- J , I 126111 l 9 3 l 1 . 1 pf? 2.93 F- ARTEMISIA i E ' l ' tg? .lil a t 5 1 1 l 'u 'i 1 ,: gi 4 il fl Q . ,wi 1 fl 'i ,, -A 5 ,.i 1 f . 1 ,5, i I i 1 1 yi il 2 i l EEE ' ' f 3 'con- ll i M' AND ri A 9 I C H ZTZCO 71 GTS Sales Ee Service A slf L jfy CALAVADA AUTO eo. 3 RENO, NEVADA it it H. S. Doyle I M. T. Doyle pl A M fr :lv if f Pearl Upson Son Storage - Cartage - etc. Household goods carted and stored. Automobile ,I fc' storage, crating, shipping. Long distance hauling. 3 yt ' "When you 'wish to slzija-ship to us. We fmfve every storage fl 'l facility you desire" y 0 Riverside Warehouse and Transfer Company 0 RENO, NEVADA - PHONE 3582 if E AA rr lg. sea 2 91,12 we A ' W 1 9 3 1 li26Q:, Q ' 5? W, EV! l 1 A 5 ARTEMISIA v V 1 P1 I si?- I 1 1 I , 4 I , , ,-4.- 5: iii ggi :i" 1 1: 1 r' . in Q . V ff! 1 . , I K Sli I 4 I F I a 1 I ,ff . ,,.. gg.Qg.Q...g.gy- i. " L Q G OUR AIMS AND DESIRES ARE EXPRESSED IN THE 1 Z PORTRAIT WORK OF THIS BooK I 54 2' 2 if QT Q Z . I v P 5 ' Ofhcial Artemisia Photographers for I Q I Eight Consecutive Years A T52 I Q 512 do ' o o R v r d I I I 5 0 Studio T A A i I 4, ' PAUL STRAHM, Prop. E 5 i h Q A L PORTRAITURE PHOTOGRAPHS VIEWING 1 ' 4 J 5 K 6 I .. "Re'1zofs Leading Photogmjahersv T I I L '4 ' Special Rate to Students I A A I I Sim T, ,Q i or A If Q1 Q i 5 I X Q P. O. BOX 459 0 PHONE 344-1 228 NORTH VIRGINIA ST. AJ El I EI W- -. mu 1 9 3 l 7 f!44 IL-Q! WQY 'N I .. 'lil 0 if Il L N . i E -S 5 ii V V 3 . I W , 6 1 4 i i s I ARTEMISIA fe-e ST effgegajiefiii- mech- O 0,0 9:0 Courtesy o f ROSS-BURKE CUMPANY Reno, Nevada Q-P ,O - II siii laii 1' li :L 12 i li H .T Q i 1' it ti in 3 fgi if :ii . I I . E: ,ji i. .I E. L zi i i ,tl M enibeif of National Selected M orticians oy Infoitation ff? dv S i if fi- 'fii CORNER FOURTH AND SIERRA STREETS 7 i li ii 1 . Cir n lug, TUAXI THAXI ' 9 Ll QXDf? j' Lf7T::'T ' . , QQ: ' . 5 'M National Crest .ii i a Qil RX iii , iii it it-i x X ' " 1 1 a 3: 4 N .SKU , Rh ,- E Jiigiglipigliixzh O PRQMPT i 3 - DIAL il A A 3 . ii A Q QQ it i A fig STAR 3 1 1 TAXI Qi 7, JAMES T. BOYLE A se H Representative STANDS i 244 .Sierra 160 N. Virginia "' , . 332 West Fourth Street Street Street ' Q 1 ' Phone6412 i 24-HOUR SERVICE 0 I 0 RENO NEVADA ' X PACKARDS STUDEBAKERS A - - S ,,,e ,D OOii,. D, A A A A - , A 4, i I 5-ill'7fZi'i""'Q1lj'l1TiiI1'I.IE,.1TT'1fT i :xi v. 1 .9 3 1 W .J 1' -11. 4 .gr -4 ,- RTE ISIA I 1 r.. TF! :QJ .ei 'il ?? ' f K 2 r H .1fafffi.mAaeeeM'f-al? E g f -- 4, ni 4 0 o P' ' 1 Gao. S. GREEN Enw. F. LUNsFoRD 1 Leroy F. Pike Green 81 Lunsford A' " . I FORNEY AND ATTORNEYS A'I' LAW ' COUNSELOR AT LAW QQ , 221 Nevada State Life Building City Hall Reno, Nevada Reno, Nevada if ALBERT D. AYRES W. M, GARDINER C0m1,ym,,,t, of if and MILES N. PIKE Melvin E. Jepson I 4 Counselors at Low W . Class of 1911 and First National Bank Building i Reno, Nevada li 8- El 1 r . , Ch S N' 11 1 T V 1 . . 1 'A 237' as lc O S C. W. West M. D. M A ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Hours by appointment only E, C, Lyon Building Suite 505 Medico Dental Bldg. RCDOQ N-CV3d3 Reno, Ngyrada 4 1 GEO. B. THATCYIER WM. WOODBURN if F 'li 5 T 1 hatcher 85 Clyde D. Souter Woodburn ' A,f,g0f,wy5..,,t-L,,w C01l7Z56Zl07'-Ht-LH'ZU Reno National Bank Building Reno, Nevada RENO NEVADA n 9 b I ...ob -:vo is-ii Lznj 1 9 3 I T v. 'I V , ,,mq, Wuxi A 'FN Q , . W l l l frql . 1 A 0 Sk li 1 L , Tl 1 i , . .R ,,-qw.. 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MCKHlght sr INGRAM iii M' M A ATTORNEY AT LAW ,g,gt0,Wy5,,,,5-L,,w 3 i United Nevada Bank Building Rooms 301808 E- C- LYOH Bldg' 1 Phone 6422 A RENO, NEVADA R g Nevada i Z 1 eno i P 3 3 gag Dr. Taylor Dr. Myers MQ ' ' 5: 6 3 Davld L. -Shaw, M.D.,C.M. Taylor Optical Company Q if f EYE, EAR, NOSE at THROAT 01,.,,,,,.4,,f,t, Q MCdiC0-Dental Building Corrective Ocular Treatments U 0 Reno Nevada l l Arcade Bldg. Reno, Nevada ' I E1 ll 1 9 3 1 mi l RTE 151 y. rf :gf .Il ,J U V 2 1 it "1 2 li il V 1 L I 5 I - 1 I i I I .--i...l - - , AA4' - v. ref ' "V is T ' f' ' ' ' - p " 'g w""'lf':5,QI,Qff'7f"L""'7' lf-SJ fQ ,a'EEm-iltsei-:'.f-'A"" TW" A IE Eas e ,H-E:-.YY V 1 . , 1...--- 5 vi 0, fo oo 0 P' ' I I A , ' 1 1 W- I- Thomas C- H- SWAN Consolidated Warehouse Co. Dealers in Hamp-Thomas Hardware POULTRY FEEDS, ALL KINDS OF ' ' Company SEEDS. HAY, GRAIN, POTATOES V . AND ONIONS ' u,, F I 119 North Virginia Street Any quantity from a sack to a carload 'A I I ESTATE HEATROLAS ' PHONE 4159 1 " Prompt attention given to Mail Orders -l Qi 1 ' R , N d I 1 If 55,1 Telephone 1313158412 emo eva a East Plaza Street Reno, Nevada ? 3? , QOQ 0.9 0,0 0.9 3 i Q E 0, 0, .og , if if. l 1 . ls 3 Complzments of 3 1 SHOSHONE COCA - COLA fl arage Tj 3 lg Elfld Incorporated V 5 1 3 Q T I DIAMUND SPRINGS First and Sierra Streets 1, My WATER CO. Fifi ii f fu T I' I C C . I EEE Phone 7331 970 S. Virginia Reno Nevada I " il oo oo i ' l ' lf Q 5 2 I 1 W 1 The gift that is always timely- AND HOW! 5.4 always appreciated, because it is W , Z y y ML you-your Photograph. e re a l for you, men and 'women li ' f r . Let this be your down-town 5 2 3 B k sf as I 5 5 I'O-C Inall ll A 10 headquarters Q 5 ' 1 E f 1 129 N. V' ' ' t. - L H lfgmla 5 Llttle W aldorf li 'Reno " Nevada ' 343' N. Virginia St. Phone 3682 ' 1 gt ' of OQQ j W 3 ' A fo ia li K 'Q HART SCHAFFNER ' WALK-OVER Everyone in Reno Knows the H I Q MARX CLOTHES SHOES s, 415 I I A RIVERSIDE FLOWER SHOPPE Q I ' ' 1 , ' Q! I a t THE TOCCERY, Inc. as we it Best Floral Shop - Everything in Flowers 3 X l Mamas and Boys: Furnishin S We 'value your orders and fill them with the L , g utmost intelligence and care H y les ces RIVERSIDE FLOWER SHOPPE 1 "We Cater to the College Custom" Riverside I-Igftel We Originnte - We Do Not Imitate V B St' Sparks, Nevada ' We Lead and Others Follow , .. 6 ' ff -A AZ ,gi -non. 551 - l i f UM 1 9 3 I il...- ilu ffl it y r I i 1 5 lf l Z ' 1 1 ART EMISIA je 1 z : x ,7 fi' .ti Ali ii ii ill 3 ? Agia I , . 1. iv ."! :Ei mg iii if Ez 22. H' Q i: !. ,1 . 4 F , i ii I . I el, l l fl 15, - l A 1 3 1-x. 'FN - 4- Nil ' ' ' - i ' '--,- . , , . , , ,. , ,A , 'N'K' 'fe'--A, TW' 1Q.jTQff'i, 'A -A D' ' S-1322? l i V i 'Z' 0 is 5 9 Reno 0 l 1 l Shoe Shmmg rl , a A W Parlors I A A 'I L, QQ " V Mx' i il A -fm: i W'--+ 5? 0 3 n .f 3 ? 3 D 5, gg, I ms HATS CLEANED AND . it 'U 11' lp pil Q , BLOCKED I Good Work l M ee Cream QQ A an , A f WHOLESOME - DELICIOUS f i Yi The favorite on the Hill for-lo, 258 N' VIRGINIA STREET ' A il - lp 1 these many years! RENO, NEVADA A fp ! I 1 I A 1 1 1 ' i 6 ' 1 Q 0 ' I ' i - gif A Ha mess and 5 i 2 ff Colonial PP All A Success fl 1 Q Y . Q 1 A Apartments db, .1 3 la 1 L Room: and Apartments 150 those leaving us g B Q Hoping to have the pleasure of A 1,.....---4 A L31 ffxi u I h . 5 W 1 'EL p Q 3 serfvzng t zose w 0 remain Q j A DB2 lg S P mg li ee we f Corner West and First Streets i 1 A Phone 3181 DAIRY ' W 0 G RENO NEVADA Phone 830l Reno, Nevada M 4 In p N .V , M g I aim Q21 I -"4 We ora- 3 7 9 3 1 fzisj ' i . , .4.1p.,-I.. V li Q' 521 RTEMISIA jd in A u f qc, my I:-M , ,., rr- Qi .BVWZQ s 4 k v 0 if I we owe . . gg Qs t Q fi fJ3wzlzg5 15lwm5 1 , , 1 5 I , I i I 2 1 1 3 1 , M nnn n rig E O 50 1 T e Union Ice Company I i ICE Woon COAL n PHONE 5145 .4 Block of Ice Newer' Gffzfs Out of Orrin' REFRIGERATORS 435 I 7 n 1 433' g73':.ffi:f1'fi'i.Tf1,ff952f9QQn jff'1QQff?7gg?ff? , -f C332 E1 , ,-.xg ,... . ' .f mm I 9 3 l I x i i I I E F 5 I I 1 i X E, '-. 'Q S .ph v . Q 1 O 9 "4 - Q I CEI ef 3seff4iie b I i E t l .3 . 3 0 15 '- ' Sz El, E if Collier Tractor 81 Equipment Compeny 502 East Fourth Street Phone 6107 E RENO N NEVADA M' ' .V . . A 0 J. P. 0'Brien A. C. Frolich 'E ' N M rlen ortuar f 1 . J. P. O'BRIEN gil FUNERAL D1RECToR if , 220 West Second Street gs 0 PHQNE 5481 RENO, NEVADA 4, El 7,454 ffl Z? Q' I 9 3 l 52771 1 1 i '.! Ili g, Ti' M, 1 r I E 5 i 1 i i 1 1 ARTEMISIA PV -- , .I ,B I ,, , J.- , W 7 Y . ,- . I I f. D- PM-----H131-1, if-I S , -,,.... Fi-ZS 'e"ZL'i'e "ef ' iiT2::5LTLgi""' 'ggi l Q , G I SI-IEAFEER, PARKER, WATERMAN FOUNTAIN PENS AND t , PENCILS I L Loose Leaf Binders . . . Filler Paper i Pennants . . . Memory Books i ,M I H Writing Paper - Steel Die stamped with University of Nevada Seal l ' 7 ARMANK l it i l I rl IO ER Y CO. "The College Book Store" A I l Mi I Depository for all Text Books and Supplies used at the U. of Nevada ii' :I 1 ,N A I I 3 ' I ' QQ lit p 152-156 N, virginia street T616-phone 3148 ,jf 1 EW i ' V ' . I at NEVA PACKING it I COMPAN gil il J I Wholerole Sloughterers if i I I " 'l i l ? si? , jf 1 4 , Cattle - Calves - Sheep - Lambs 1 Hogs ' I get PRODUCE SC PROVISION DEALERS ' Operated under Federal Inspection Est. 1872 1 l i Q RENO NEVADA p Phones-3l21,3l22,3l23 'P I5 l rn1:Hb -ie--- QM- ww--an-m-1'--4-W S fi F ,ZZ - . n,,,,,,,gif,,,,..,W4ugeijjflwv'-kit! .Hifi M e I - em-,,-.r I ,S Q Emi I 9 3 l Fi' l W'-'5 ,mi l ,E 5 5 l it I I l Z 4 a 1 v 4 V 1 1 l 9 4 z l 4 2 1 5 ! I I 2 l E --Q -4 X X 1 w 1 1 1 ,...-4 3-'4 ARTEMISIA A Q ef , -. , , , ., 4 ,,,,V H ,, ,.L.,,L-, ,J,,..-,,e,,v, FQN Q - 1' gl is-N 'gifigjirifiw' g l 0 si' TRY WASH-I ,l i 3 l . I l, BY TELEPHo . J i 1 1 f. I Y . J X . u V- , 1 a 1 gli ' :rv 2 ll l L ii ,F li Just gather up your soiled clothes and telephone one of the laundries z ' ' ,l listed below. Fifteen minutes and your "Washday Worry" is over. i J 5 pl u . i li Your clothes Will be taken to a modern laundry and each piece afforded ltd individual attention, each one given the treatment it needs. Blankets, ' 1 Lace Curtains, Flat Work, Clothing are all cleaned thoroughly and v prepared for use in such a manner that you will be proud to use them. ii: 2 f 1 You will like this experience. , u i - E , lil - 1 RENO LAUNDRY TROY LAUNDRY ' Phone 5471 Phone 4421 5. ri 3 Z Finish Work Laundry Service of All Kinds ROYAL LAUNDRY I ECONOMY LAUNDRY ii? Phone 3281 Phone 4862 Flat Work, Wet Wash, Rough Family Work, Wet Wash and -Dry, Family Service P Rough Dry :Ei Q 4 . - i L 5 a i l S fofhe f l 0 a 0 ll 1 5 I ia? ,,. U llg gif Elf nr ,Pg gifs xii sl, i Ei' i , lil, A I ls lk Tv Ll! i E n I .I L: ,t . 5 ii! li? llg ,bA4a .1 52 ti 1 U Sl f-J 1 Qi ' Q 1 9 3 1 Wi 1 ll 7, ,, L I I, i. 2, , ,l Il I it ill .I limi! 'ai I, V , . I ILI' It ,.l ,xl l '-il 1 W- li I 1 l l RTEMISI - ,, af? "H ,I F5 fe: i I ai 5 ii L I Se Ngjg f L DEN E: 33:32:35: N.-,, I ' li N r, 5 i VIKING ODEL EIGHT ' .L 5 Vi OLDSMOBILE E I I ID i 1 SIX gi I I I fw li S I I Q QUALITY PRODUCTS Sales and Service i QQ L Q, 'Q il L ' Coverston Motor Co., Inc. l li Federal 423 NoRTH VIRGINIA STREET n Accredited Herd RENO, NEVADA ll I DIAL S192 I Ili il o fbi l N Ionarch The Red Rlver fiat ,gi fg f Lumber Co. If 5 I a e - F 2 Qi Q Oflice: 335 East Fourth Street E2 my H Where the U11z"Uersity Eats Telephone Reno 4131 Merchants' Lunch, 11 to 2-4-Sc RENO, NEVADA ff' Evening Dinner, 5 to 8T8SC V ti he D, SUNDAY , F. ll Table d'Hote Dinner-Sl.00 RJ . i Chicken Plate DlHHCfT50C LI 01,671 Day ,md Night VVholesale lVlanufactu1'c1's i Ai l Special Plate Dinner Weekdays Retail i ' l I 5 to 9 p.m.-SOC Finn Ivztzfrior Finifli fl Sjwvfnfty f-'j E E1 435' sm' -:long tg-'je I, I l I li' 280 9 3 . N., I- Amemisnl it ll U 1 A ll i fa B NS 0 "4,Ei e C CJ Vg at il , i A seg-L5lln:.g-4 f.cg-gg..1.g1'i1 ' ' .Ti ',' ' Q QQ : 3 S I. -ab- V A A JEXVELRY WATCHES DIAMONDS 0 jgwgl,-y Manufacturing Victor Radios Crosley Radios 1 4 lyflfdl Refflifing Portable Phonographs f Ginsburg Victor Records Sheet Music 5 S 1 :gl 1, ? Jewelry Co. EMPORIUM or Music 1 133 North Virginia Street F- G- WHITING Q il E RENO NEVADA 221 Nei-eh virginia Street Phone 3452 X , 0:0 1 Iii. I I Fowler St Cuslck , ,il . D I I.. 13.1 lf, 5 Vi I xi 1 ' 1 li! 1 E 2 i i f 5 - 'iz ' 5 1 eel f ,, """"""'+ it l F5 ' M f 1 fi I 3: u . .' A 1115 , fi? .,: , lu 5 4 4 I Q 5 T A K Pls y ' 1 1 1 1 1 I 01 0 A L 1 f if V 4 Hotel Claremont, Berkeley, Cal. Ojjicial Alumni Hotel In 24-acre garden, 15 minutes, walking distance from U. of C. and Stadium "Home of llze Teams" Compliments of Commercial Hardware Co. Phone 3134 Know what young men want in FOOTVVEAR STYLES and have it at prices they can afford ' 21 VVest Second Street IHNCKLEY SERVICE STATION Second and West Streets, Reno Brown Sz Milbery Automotive Electricians WILLARD STORAGE BATTERIES 322 Sierra Street Phone 3186 Washoe County Title Guaranty Co. CIncorporated l903D 27 East First Street ' Reno, Nevada Assets over S150,000.00 TITLE INSURANCE AND ESCROWS .- -W -'f-f-e M- "c""t M '-t' qig4g114gg:ZiQ21L.Tf"c ll a mm . 9 3 1 1281 I 'if - 7,4 L 6 if RTEMISI E -1.4 V -..4 nil' lj ,-:-Ylmwqgv -5.1-we , Q. , i ,.A I I E s 3 .1' sz th 3 . ,ru r u i ,ui .:. 1 ,F f E i V.-5-QT' , W, 6 , fr-. -W A - - - N--'W-V-ff' ii"j:jj, v N ' . . ,S la gf 1 E 1 6 41 a gg Q? BASMDUK HOTEL 1 ' .1 f -D-NB' 1 i i' ff 1 gf ' ff w I' ,f uk fd ' ' N 4 F gs m uw . P, M ' A fl! QQ r N 11 W 5 - 1 M ,K T r E f r . Q i E Ll , 4 5 Q r ! U E QE E E E ':Rr-.'-QW-if-.44' 5 I wb iff E if 5 A J ,jE2QJliIs,XX13i5i3?s' w E r Xr 1- I Q Y EEE. EEEEEEEEEEU QE gin, A i 2 -1 ir - io! ihl'51,ali'111 bums! 6 r r EEE EEHQEEHEEE5 in L ' ,, N g -3'fgfSf1?"l'A ' r 2 ? 5 T ,NNW gf E 5 ' I Sfm FTIZ7ZC'Z'560,5 New Hoff! F! ' I- 4 Eddy and MHSOI1 Streets E ' V I NEVADA,S HEADQUfkR'l'ERs gr v QQ Rntcs 51.50 to 53.00 I , ig 5 , 200-CzlrG:1rngc Under Same Ro t l L PX rr rr,r ,r r r J" 'I' . R Z QWI 'Ei ff jf ,QQ.I1Qii:4T:E?rfTg?..- 'fi Q H M821 1931 naive ...qi N I I i i I I i s 1 I I I e I I All ,,,.,....-f . rr,-'V 5:1 t I . i 1 4 4 I L I i I U I r i . s 4. if Awe RTEMISIA QZQQ-We-.K..,..," . A ---A we-A AA I KP was 'Y " I 12'fA.s1 iffreme-fmgmgg eg: I Ph'1ldlis'l1f Rvp:-irs omeiai madiigm llllkl LCIISCS 'liggting Station Say W1'gh Florlugfs C. L. Rowe Shop Auto Glass, Tops, Seat Covers, Body, Door and Fender Repairs Eddy Floral Co. "We Grow Our Own" q 25 West Second Street 7 l.:.1stP1.iza Reno, Nevada Phone . Reno, Nevada . A ' V 'i Highway Garage ,ABQ sg is Automatlc 011 Burner DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE 713 South Virginia Street U , Phone Reno 8172 Q WASHING POLISHING A ' ' AUTOMATIC OIL HEAT FOR HOMES, BAT 11 ERY SERVICE APARTMENTS, OFFICE BUILDINGS 1 1144 B Street, Sparks, Nevada Qui-'ffl Defemiflbles Safe Q Phone 401 THREE-YEAR GUARANTEE ' a Action C01-Or Pgstgr Cg. "VVe offer our clients efuery service Lf? consistent with sound Banking elif 17-19-21-23 N. Stanislaus Street P7,in6:Z'2blL,5.JJ V: Stockton, California A COMPLETE ATHLETIC Farmers Bank of Carson ,Q I POSTER SERVICE - Q J Valley, Inc. . University of Nevada is one of the many 3' satisfied users of our All-American Posters MlHdCn, Nevada Seq! 5 . A The little shop around the Corner Skeels Drug Store We Specialize in SPORT EI TOGS for the College Girl TRY U5 ONCE AND YOU li WILL COME BACK I F Esther Urquhart THE REXALL STORE i A Second and Virginia Streets 18 West First Street Reno, NCVHUIH Te1ePh0ne 3139 l i 'V X are A f at . E A 'rf' - s'ss 'j,Qlfff,,QfIfQQQfQfffI1Q.'f'f L- - 6 il Q 3f,9ijfi gi:::f'f':f'i W-Z,,s,,,..-.N- ..., ....L.,.-. ,e.,,...T,'?lflw.,,.-a-pf:eEL5?Qq2,, :ri 1 'ri 1 9 3 I wa 'T Vs ,x. . i ,iii ,il Hel i ilwjfel, l, .VV 4 Q do "v N iff z 3 M RTEMISIA V l M! .V 3 i ' i A 2 E ,ii i F' 4 W . 6 : . K 1 i 1 u .ii ii: i 'a - , . K It t Q v U :AQ - 9 lVIcCullou 11 Dru Q Brundldge s C 5 g 9 Onlpafly l I S h Z S Z H lx. Tw C 00 up? y Omg "The Store Around the Corner, . Drawing Materials - Artists' THINKING QF DRUGS? . ' I ,Q Supplies - Greeting Cards TRY US, 5, 4 1 5 - ' if if Pictures and Frames , 14 W. Commercial Row ll Qi Virginia Street at Truckee River Phe-ne 4871 Reno, Nevada if l A 1 i Q A 4 , i ' Il o 4 23' i s First Class Hotel Moderate Priced Rooms i 6 ' 4 . 1 5 GASOLINE-J. H. Wiocs, Prop.-OILS C0Il1lTl61'C13l H0t0l f . DoM1NGo LARTIRIGOYEN, Prop. :gl 1 2 2 Teas, Coffees, Spices, Meats, V E f Staple Groceries Headqzzar!e1's for Wool and Sheep Buyers Corner West Seventh and Washington Sts. TC1Cph0r1C 644-2 P. O. BOX 403 1 :I 3 Reno, Nevada A Phone 5500 207-209 Center St. Reno, Nevada i i fl 5 i . 1 1 Z A COME T0 THE Hand W07'k aSpec'ialty 4 lit? Mlnden Inn , Atl l C i Mlkad-O Laundry -7 t 2 for your SUNDAY DINNERS I 251 , 'S to 239IAk s A4 Q V We carter to Pfifldtgy Parties ii C treet V, Minden Nevqda Telephone Reno 5632 . , 3 , f t ' il '3' i A it A Southworth Co. A, E, GLASS 55 STAIIQNERY-CHGARSS fi 1 TOBACCO INSURANCE A I A VICTROLAS - RADIOLAS First National Bank Building 0 Topnopah, Nevada Reno, Nevada tl tif 284 9 3 ...--w .li ' 7 t 1 I l " i Q i 5 r-1 ARI EMISIA Ill! i A 2 Fi i, ii Ai? 1 i l ' i ii 1: fl i o I ,ga E 'V f Q4 A ,.,.. ,,,,, , , .f A,JA, f' .'.' fi," fr .1 - . N... me we I Im This beautiful Store, with its 0 ll.-rv ls Y1l1ll'SUI1f5,r1fI11Il1' Reliable, Dependable stock 'H NV bllwlr bran, backed by every condition that assures you . .J Complete Satisfaction, offers the best induce- SILVER WHITE fo" you' Putfomlge 'I li I fi Your Best G t ii ,I Qi P rson'l tt' ' uaran ee ' I e .x a ention, the charm of practical 5 business methods, securitv in all transac- 1 Easy on your hands :ind garments tions--thgsc are Worth .While and merq, USE 1.1. your consideration when buying jewelry Our taxes ht-lp support the U. of N. RJ i 1 i I , QQ n . X 1 R. Herz 81 Bros., Inc. ? Conlnlgl-cial Sgap CO. "The House of True Values" Q f Rcnua Ixlcvnda 237 North Virginia St. Reno, Nev. 0 Mlnden Flour COAL ir L? ' WGOD 1 a C C Mlllmg FUEL OIL 2 i i Company A nznrzzzfactzzrcrs of MINDEN EGG MASH and the COMPANY i E MINIJ1-:N High Grade FLGUR Q55 f!lYIll'7'S 'nz 02 E FLED - HAY - GRAIN Our Certihcd Grain for Seed a ' Specialty PHONE 3191 Niindcn Ncvada .. A----'e 'e'r "'jj3gi:p.' -.v -ii? i y 4:13135 "H5f'Tkf:71ffii'i1"1i-g2e s,i. fix- a,.V ...W G G I 9 3 1 f2851i ARTEMISIA 1 ' i s PQ Q I I V ' s tt TE'-F1 G ' 0 I 9 0.6 , Reno Brewmg Compan NEW STYLE LAGER AND CARBONATED BEVERAGES 'N I The Most Satisfactory of Any Drinks 'NF "Taste Tells . . . 1-gg, -: ,. av-'54 . 5 if .' W W 9 lt Wulf ' it 9 i , II J ii li' ,J I W Ir' v. I fy z' ', 1. 'Q si" as A , , . Me! -!' Quality Counts" Dial 5341 General Electric Refrigerators Quiet - Econmical- -Automatic with Automatic Temperature Control A ' QQ HOT POINT ELECTRIC RANGES Safe - Fast - Econmical I with Many Features Not Found on Any Other A ELECTRIC RANGE Q-1 Sierra Pacific Power Company . I- V ,.,.....-...:,, ....,.. ........ . .....-.. ..... U.,,- , H A rf- .v--. .. ,... ....................k .nr . E Surf- rw- 'nr CEI Q ...,,,,l-I.,i:i'Ii-QTlI4.T,Ifii1ffi..i.4ifIQ,I::IIILiiiiis?., 13633 I 286 9 3 Q5 f 1 1 1 " I Biff I I i 1 I I 6 I 1 N 5 I 6 , 1 p ---o I--9 I E 4 E t I ...-4 -1125 920, i L, . Hn A llflf f I E'- II 'I S!! ii: F12 gi F, .'2' 'QM 4 Q! asf Tn? 'wx ii ii 35 Qt? la F11 ll .. 1 Al ng ,ii Q1 li n M ji fi J 2 X me 9 4 f I , I I i M 5 ni I ' ' E' ' 1.34 of '- - "'- -e--'--f-- l Ein- l 1.TT'iggL'M 'L" ggi? You Know The Place, Boys I YOU Will Talk About It After You Leave College THE WALDORF MILK SHAKES CIGARS CIGARETTES CANDIES . Merox Sanitations A I Latest Equipment WALDURF SHOPPE 144 NORTH VIRGINIA STREET Art Nelson, Prop. E. F. Jones R-ay Davidson Vic Nelson Chase Caffgll Miss Ruth Arnot,,Manicurist of R ' - A6110 S 5 9 5 Newest Men s Store STYLE AT POPULAR PRICES CSL When we say "popular prices" We mean quality as well. Come in and let us show you the exceptional "snap" and style in our clothing. Years of experience in this 'Kracketv has taught us the exact Wearing apparel men want. "If men -wear it . . . we have it" Patersons 229 NORTH VIRGINIA STREET A aeaa A eaaae -We ie--x A eeae W I iiiggfg.':1'ii' "f11gi111i5g1-.,ln..- EW QP I 5287 I -.Q -.- .4 .,s. a s RIEMISIA ,..,. 6,2 li: ..u ,I .. I 7 Q 1 , : f 4- II I. wg YL .,g 1 . 'Ir 2 i I . s .. WWI I I I E I I I I Is ' I 0 R' rside Bank A RENO, NEVADA ' A Complete Banking ' Service gg CSSL GEO. WINGFIELD .A . . . . .' President NEWTON W. JACOBS . . Vice-President I ROY I. FRISCH . . . . . . Cashier 3 JOS. M. FUETSCH ..... Assistant Czzslzim' Cm, , I EW I R SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES I 0 A GROWING NEQVADA CORPORATION 553 ' . 0 7 Nevada Flre Insurance Company I I I . 4 A W. HOOD .... President I Ai ROBERT M. PRICE . Vice-Presiffcnzi Q C. A. BRIDGFORD . . Secretary 4 5 I ' : W QQ ' k E1 108 EAST SECOND STREET, RENO, NEVADA-DIAL 5129 I . I 'NP I 0' VVRITING ALL LINES OF INSURANCE .S SQ A "M S"" 'iiggt.gg:.':5:?t.igt:f:figgi' .... I , I . E I ,... .... -E -:nop I Q3-j I 1 L ' 288 9 3 7 7 I I 1 l " E I 9 I i f 'II -camp m4.Ee-25+---AA ARTEMISIA A '-ffm-A4i'7"""fi'jgT'fg'4fi.i1i, if' T'.-,iiiiiii THAT LIFE INSURANCE IS BEST WHICH MOSF FULLY PROTECTS THE LIFE Continental Llf e Insurance Compan St. Louis, Missouri Iilitgaard Agency, Inc 625 MARKET STREET SAN F RANACISCO, CALIF. GENERAL AGENTQFOR CALIFORNIA AND NEVADA C. A. STARR, NEVADA MANAGER We are interested in reliable and compe- tent representation. Consult your Uni- versity Employment Bureau i If interested. ---fy -'f-A I -fe M4 "::f113fggj.i53:1g.' -,4E , HW, ,on Wm., ,....,,. -,.4, f.,-.- -'-- --1--A--Arr--A -A-M-A f '-'f '-- K e5""""""""" ' - I 1931 ARTEMISIA V 1. ' Q 1 1 5 ,iq E l 1 1 v see + 1' 1 Q ' ago P, I C IK D ' QE tts 0 smug age W N e-vaafalv Greatest Newspaper 2 n I 0:0 " I 4? If 2 p I Compliments of U L LA 5. 2 I Reno Blacksmith Shop . 1 1 ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK 234 CHESTNUT STREET, PHONE 3671 1 Ginocchio Proprietors Ginocchio 5 ,.f Si' Western Cigar Company Wholesale M 's i: CIGARS .TOBACCO CIGARETTES PIPES CANDIES 1 1 PLAYING CARDS GUM BEVRAGIQS 1 PHONE 3301 233 E1 2nd Street, P. O. Box 758 Reno, Nevada 1 5 0:0 I lv V I 2, store NO. 1 swore No.2 5 EaSt FOL1I'th Street Sierra Street 5 Phone Reno 4168 Phone Reno 5531 1 Groceries, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 9 v Q .101-IN D, S STORE S, Inc. Monarcll and Del MO1I1tC Products 0 RENO We Respectfully Solicizi Your Patronafffe NEVADA Q 6 b 'fe T so T I I -Q9-il E141 N ws 1 9 3 l -ws, 2 s . . s , Q tri WN wi-.....-- I -....,,,,,,,--8 L.. V-f-4-----3+ .---1--""Q .. C M----4 O Ai Q71 -J. V A .I H A .I u 4 l iii Ti' xv' ilfi -i! Big f'! !,! Eli 2934 -1: EI? .., 1 v qi 'a 1. I: FZ is-E' 1 E 1 i I Q A T E MI s IA 'NNQ fn- E -WPA A E.. A ,, ,, E agp 'V' "Te itil' '.' A'AA' R' ii' if--lglfi 1 .A i 'ii 'z' U 3 210 NORTH VIRGINIA STREET RENO, NEVADA I it I ? E. 2' T . . H Full Line of M us Sczylor Chocolates it L Light Lunches and Soft Drinks Our Specialty CIGARS - TOBACCO - and - CIGARETTES iii Q BILLIARD PARLoRs i - - "Wfzere the Gang Hangs Outh DIAL 8825 FREE PARCEL CHECK T l 'i' V? R , u it T at C A Reno,GroCer I igj ' ,..g:,L7L. ' I . in Comp any T3 1 WHOLESALE CRoCERs 'E fi E A 432-4-42 North Virginia Street 'it i Reno Nevada E 0 Q T v Q s E E I -Q V. H: .LL5554431751iLgLi1i11:1gfff" V I 557, I31gj,A?T,,,.i ...L -A.-A '--' --I--we -'-'T wg: . 4 .Q 7 - gf , D2 3 3 291 i 1 l V? 1 rl ARTEMISIA . , 1 l ".A,A' 'gag' l q Crescent Creamery JOHN CHISM, Prop. ' 4 il.-T I Boost Home Products ' 1 Use Crescent Creamery Milk Cream and Butter Made Healthful and Wholesome if I hy Pasteurization mr 1 v West Third Street Phone 4106 Reno, Nevada Q if A A 4. E - ' is L. P C ll I m eyes ompany tg of Nevada, Inc. E Q f 1 Q 2, WHOLESALE oRocERs C East Plaza and East Streets l H PHONE 4104 RENO, NEVADA P. O. BOX 765 l cob E-mmf -nor, I V923 1 9 3 1 A 'I 1 x 1 Q 1 i K , -Q I 'A il I L 2 4 i . 3 + w . i 4 L 1 - I 4 , , it 'I .rs :" Qi sfl :rl "n Qi S I A 6 ' I 1 . i E .Vi K.: 4 J i i ' i Ii ' .NS , M4 ARTEMISIA V vu -m?f g?g.'.g.-gQiiiigg.,LiffTi'.1"ffQQ' ,,, A Effie-3,-A-ms-aiu, I-' A... T 5 - . . ' X . A p , T X ' 0 . 8 0 Platt ESI Slllal 0 l Dr- Donald MRCICHH ATTORNEYS AT LAW i ll M d- -D . . . Suite 321 g A 6 ICO emal Bulldmg First National Bank Building . T I R . 'Q I 1 'i X LP R RENO NEVADA Reno, Nevada i ' Phone Reno 5178 I' 'a . , N I Y . 1 gil' i Jo We Mo Do 1, 2 if A A A A 1 ,, 9 gg 'mms .W. Bath, M. D. fi A 5 9 Arcade Building T . lil' f A 9 i l 'z Ei RENO NEVADA 'E -+ ""'-"Q I5 it ig i N 2 .tg John A. Fuller M. D. Bart Hood, M. D. Q - "- T I 'B R ill. lei g A i f A E?gi21gOf11E 411 First National Bank Bldg. 4 i il 5 i RENO, NEVADA f 3 ? First National Bank Building Q l ff Reno, Nevada Phones: Res. 3204 - Ollice 8531 . , i TA 5 -A 1 : 7 Q 1 , I 9 Eg pf H0ff111f11'1 S William P. Seeds Exclusive Hut Not Expensive 4 ATTORNEY AT LAW W i 5 1 Rcno's Leading Ladies' Wcnr Store Q ' T SMART NEW Suite 308, Clay Peters Bldg. DRESSES, COATS, MILLINERY Omce Phone 7311 Residence Phone 5653 I 0 W 0 119 Sierra Street Reng, NCXVad3 X A F " 1 fn A A AA aA e SSSA Sr 9 li l ,mg i 233- ?Wl.."aL.'Z.??T:1T'ii'"Zlgi1TgTTZ11iLgg1'Tj1gg9' I ,!. all 9 3 1 f293 'I 1 ' 2' 1 1 1 , '1 1 1 . v 1 I 1 1 -I 5-. v :1 ' R 1 t . -Nl. Fi f Q v 5 .v R T E lvl l S l A 1 V 1 K ET1' Es -jf-5:-'.Z""'I ' ..... - A-,..-Z-',3.' 1 ,l HERZOG'S ' 1 A 1 ' M cg- CIGAR AND MAGAZINE STORE 1 y . Hit of the Week Records V Reno's most complete line of magazines I PHONE 4623 E 1 FOR BETTER ICE CREAM E- B- Herzog, Pm? , 629 North Virginia Street Phone Reno 4712 247 North Virginia L 'iii , A 3 1 1 ? 1 1 FRENCH CLEANERS 8: Peggy Hughston Beauty PARISIAN DYE WORKS Sfudiv gf , Specializing in Permanent Waving, Fl The 'fingit garment be safe Finger VVaving and Marcelling f THE WAY WE DO IT Brush Curl, Facials, Manicuring 1 1 East Plaza Reno Parker Herbert Scalp Treatments X Suite 1, 133 Sierra Street Dial 7851 fi 1 1 A 9 1 1 1 K ? lx 1 9 ' 1, 155 North Virginia Street 515. 1 1, 1 , Rm, New SMART SHOP FOR WOMEN 1 gg 3 1 li Q ' fFormerly Silk K Linen Shopj O f ' HATS, COATS AND FROCKS Q1 31 1 A 18-20 East Second Street il I ' 11 A Personally selected for your approval y - ' ' r 1 gl . Priced very moderately Reno, Neyrada ' 1 , 'J 1 f, lg 1 P E 1 1 1 ' A 1 1 1 1 . 11 , 1 I . I THE GREY SHOP UNDERWOOD 1 5 y 1 ' NO1sELEss 1 1 C' R+' COOPER TYPEWRITERS 1 1 ' r - 1 1' 1 W0men'5 .ffpibarel Exclusively REN PALS SALES ' REPAIRS 1 13 I , 1 11 M , , , THOS. HUSTCN Q A asomc Building Nevada Repmmmmye 1 PHONE 8161 ' RENO NEVADA n p 33 W. First Street Remy, Nevada cob- ci Q5-iq BJ 12941 1 9 3 1 1 5 5 I I I I I s I 5 5 L 5 K ,... ' r 5 . 4 ,u ARTEMISIA :Il EJI, 1,1 ka I I I : 2, .I , NI ' . ' E 4-can-D -. ,.. . - T L I-I N gon- R NT - I qt BIIOI atlonal Bank f 44 . I L 3 5 ' . I 31111 I gy Bank Of Nevada Q55 h I ' M W ' , 2 I-C I i . I I is H Savmgs SI Trust Company I ls: I " I I 5943 , 5 . gg. RESOURCES-TEN MILLION DOLLARS ---v 3 Q. I I I Q .N , M II W X Q' OFFICERS 'I f GEO. WINOFIELD ...... President A Q I fi SI-IEEHAN . . Vice-President l H. H. KENNEDY . . Vice-President "4 J I P. L. NELSON .... Cashier '-A? .fi A. R. MCRAE . . .ffssistant Cashier . T. L. WILCOX . . Assistant Cashier X I 0 MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM Q .4 A1 l V jg I .CEI l 9 3 1 52951 ARTEMISIA Sk' 'rIa. V V 1 - I l E I ,,..-con-R ig I I V 0 I I f I I I I. li :ig Q1 lg' :i L3 39 I I I ' I EQ E OUR MOTTO: 'CSERVICEH 0 I Grand Central Service Station n I GASOLINE, OIL, GREASES, ACCESSORIES I WVASHING, POLISHING, MOTOR CLEANING, GREASINO Phone 6169 5 If calm, I Reno Brake Service Station I Ei ' RELINING, ADJ USTINGj DRUM TRUING E5 if WHEEL AND AXLE ALIGNING E 5 Y Phone 8632 I CORNER LIBERTY AND SOUTH VIRGINIA STREEIS . Q 0,0 i Ip, .., f.uE . mith, Peterson SI CO. R245 lll ii f 551: 'l , f A Quality Workmnnship 5 E Ei fill , , I E - A I ' s CONTRACTORS IN ALL CLASSES OF BRICK VVORK H? AND A . DEALERS IN ROCK AND SAND ' P. B. SMITH M. PETERSON F. OI. KORNMEYER I ' Esfzknntes.C'lzeerf1,zlly Fm'nishafd Plant NO. 1: Phone 4831 Office: Phone 4781 Plant NO. 2: Phone 6623 729 WEST FIFTH S'l'REE'l', RENO, NEVADA 0 'Q ttf X l 1 Fi . F? ' I - , I I i f I, 40 7 63 Elvin- fm' -me-lug' igjijf ' i Q A ' - X E l l at I,-QI, an I i f H961 I l 9 3 I " I I i 1-QQ i , I I . I 1 , I l I A. I I I -1. rg I I ..I Doll , all I rf I rv l 'i l -I ,,1 I"1 'J gf.: ' . in, I ...-1. ici. sei ii ,W 33? 1.-bg. :si IEE .QQ i.. ARTEMISIA I i i I I 4 rl, li: I Q i I ii .ll I. n ' I G I F I Ig l -EEEEWE-EEAAEE In E 1 ' f ' Kin StO118zI-Ieidtman I A Q' I . :A J! 2 I Prescription Druggists 'I l I TAHOE BRAND The Store for Your Health S ,4 M HAMS AND BACON FREE DELIVERY Q 2 ,I I L li I , are For everything in the Dmg Line 5 ' I 'E f . . 5 ig , fffffffbwfffd by TOILET GOODS A F H I Eli 1 fl E Eastman Kodaks and Supplies 5515? If H U M PE H RE Y DEVELOPING SE PRINTING E sl-JI: Q Z I iw SUPPLY CO. QJ ltwll 5.45 " H V E , RENO NEVADA Phone 4522 265 North Virginia pig In ' i - ff QQ W. H. OEIEE, Prop. Phone 7343 1+ FLANIGAN 153: 'flip gall: lee: I Y IWAREHGUSE Uden ,flq 5 I 1 Fl- F QF! . ffl I VT Cycle Works IJ. A I I 42 ,-I ff. . I i N i i 1 gif! I . 2 5 in S f l ' g .L WHOLESALERS AND , Q0 iii lr 35 5 J y I y Bicycle Repairing - Baby Buggy ggi 1 Q i D S PPLIES Tires. Bicycles, Tires and Acees- E 1 AN U sories. Mortorcycle Parts. 3 I ll '2 Q H p ' Phone 235 1 I CN 0 RENO NEVADA 24 W. 4th St. Reno, Nevada U S-QA-J J IVVI W M 'V - W U :mill HW.-wma ,.,,, - ,.., - ,.,. E .E--..,-,l4, ...- M-Q--15:12 fl-' l TZkEE,a,'ZZ:Ti"'I'1i'Q:ig1ii:1igjT'E,EL2?m'..EmAAmmgggk I l L:-J l 41-1 V l 9 3 l LZQIJ all f,g , I I ! RTEMISIA - ,,, . z i 11: 1 P. I. I -sg--Q:"'? -L if' I.. 1 ' A. G. BESSO F. MENANTE First National Bank Telephone 8212 IN RENO '93 ' I Reno I I F ' ' ICHARD IRMAN .... resi en V A! Vulcanlzlng W01'kS SI. J. . . . Vit-i'mi5mi , L. S. REESE ...... Cashier In V L. R. MUDD . . . Assistant Cashier ' Expgfi Ttf6 and G. B. HARRIS . . Assistant Cashier R. KIRMAN, JR. . Assistant Cashier f ' Tubg H. M.QUIL1c1 . . Assistant Cashier COMMERCIAL 3 Q2 SAVINGS I gs TRUST ? gg GOODYEAR TIRES L All departments conducted under National V Bank' Regulations and examiner! by I C- North Xfirginia Street United States Government ojicmls Reno, Nevada FEDEIRTICUREEERVE 1' SYSTEM H 5, ' E ago S No one can tell you - if if - But one ride will sell you ? 3 A I I 53 I 4 STUDEBAKER fe fn h A Z Q Z FREE-WHEELING ,f I it ' I "It's zz SPORT OXFORD Y ear" L Q 5 lh for the C o-Ed , h ? Q4 3 Ii I I BOSTONIANS I I forthe Young Meri I! Stemhelmel' BPUS- ST. PIERREIS BOOTERY A Corner Fourth at Sierra Street phone 63924 W N ' 4 0:0 , Ei: -M. .nope ggi I 298 I fI 1931 1 , 1 i 3 i 3 4 5 5 S 4 LY, nt gn E S . 1: if ' e sf T in ffi' Li ' T f 1 E iir gi ,.x is :if ld. V. 4 I 5 4 .1. 4 L 1.f : V i'1 rf I x 1, ,, T Q Q. s' . in sig .1 ARTEMISIA Mxx, F I A T i:51fi.1g,"i,Egf - gag 55 1 I Q A 'P f . A A :nk 2 T C C " .,. ,. 4 i l Q Om P - Q i Ce hone 6332 Residence Phone 4886 0 2 if . T I in Harry Dunseath E ii A 4 A fi Q , A 2 Lawyer Q "T P we 1 Yi ia E i QF i QI, 1 1 ? ' i 1 I 1 in 5 A 207-8 Byington ,Building 3 P ' I 1 Reno, Nevada W ,ff E ., , ' i 5 -A----4 gl T-if iii, P ' I 1 v.,...........i, i R T T A INCOMETf5Di2?f3MATIZING Doctor Rex Arlo Crider A ' MQ M i' i Q 0 C 'N T li: If LCSIIC E. Johnson HIROPRACTOR 35 i ' PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT ' ' I. O. 0. F. Building i UNITED NEVADA BANK BLDG. 133 Sierra Street A 5 " f f RENO, NEVADA PHONE RENO 4135 Phone 8652 Reno, Nevada ' 5 ' I , T ' ' orc I U P ii 4559 Gi fps Ernest S. Brown fi , 3' Compliments of ' In ATTORNEY AT LAW Q e 1 i v GRAY MASHBURN A 0 Byington Building U U Reno, Nevada if 5 '- A , 4..E E ,iii E ,EE.E -w,,,--.-r ...vm A 2 3? I A-Q W A - - ODD., i 9 I P2991 Il' P... I l i, 3, ll HU ll i, ii li-- ,, li li! ,, il W1 iii WI! N, l , M, lr lf? lv .l l 11 ll i l , I l l 9 l Eb. , M75-x. J --'. . fp jiffef' .-':5- 1 1 -N. ., ,4 i, RTEMISIA f in - - '-4 .Inf f f 452' "N ' ' M I W-M H aw: A ef - 'cob' 3 57,711 lvl Universit Nevada Fifty-eighth year begins August and ends lVIay 9, 1932 24,1931 Courses in Agriculture and Domestic Science in the COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE A Wide Range of Courses in the COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES Coures in lVIining Engineering and Metal 1 urgy, lVIeclmnicn1,'Electric:1l and Civil Engineering in the COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING Courses in Education--Elementary and Advanced-in the SCHOOL OF EDUCATION OF THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCE QQ For catalog and other in formation , addrem THE PRESIDENT UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA RENO, NEVADA V53 ri-1 ol l ' s . i I l I I ,ml lliall isle -Qi , ll U i W 5 7j S1 EH V V. .J , QF ll. We fl 4 6 l ll i g it F. il 0 9 Q 1 I H. , I .,, .,,. .... ,,.., Mh,,,, .llhh W M Y H- -W WC ,L .. df..-7? -"if - B . -,A Q, 1,-.W-.-N.n,.,.fm, Wee, ., .,,-,,,,,A Q zigzag ,M . -so .191 Mg wi l 9 3 l AILTEMISIA D4 f5'o'-'P'--1'-1-"'1...i 5 l There lS Mueh ln a ame.. wEN'1'Y-NINEYEARS Aoo Mr. J. C, Penney conceived the idea that a business could be successfully operated on the principle of the Golden Rule, and he founded the Comp-any which is now known the world over as the C. Penney Com- pany, Incorporated. T Ever mindful of the welfare of its cus- tomers, the Company has grown, and hopes to continue to grow as only fair dealing and satisfied customers will permit it to grow. To thousands of people the name "J, C. i Penney Company" stands for Honesty, Courtesyand SerViCC- fee 1 "lv G 0 l 1 T l I 1 I 5 , Al 5 , 1 is J? If ul G: 2, 'J 5. '1 1 I fl .? E n li , tt J C PENNEY oo.,1nC. T5 DEPARTMENT STORES ' Reno s Busiest Store" -me-V I 9 3 1 Lsoij ARTEMISIA A w Il If H' ,',l ' x M41 ? : will , el r Q 553 1 V 4 V 4 ul 4 N - 1 i 5. 1,35 - S 3 5 'I 1. :ei ii, .-ll: Li 1-E :il qi -Q . I 3: A, lu 5 . S . ri E ' a w I i 5 , A X - 1 ,.g 1 aaa E5 F-if I, G 66 0 D0 OT DIE 0 l. r ii J 3 L l T0 BE T IT " 5 .sy ln eighty-Six years over THREE B1LL1oN DOLLARS has been paid by the NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE ' Q lei COMPANY under its Policy Contracts. Of this total, all more than TWO BILLION DOLLARS was paid to it and on account of LIVING POLICY HOLDERS. fu A E3 fs? vii, E' yy . - , at The New Y ork Llfe if i Insurance Company EEE , A Mutual Company, with assets of S1,789,067,734-.00 i , . Nevada Offices: 422-423 First National Bank Building, Reno i lla! . r 1 This Advertisement is contributed by the Nevada Agents of the New York Life for the Aid of the Arte- ill misia and for the Ad- Q, all vancement of Life lg' i Insurance A l 1 New Iplomg Ojice Building EARL T. ROSS W. B. LIGON M. E. NICGRATH A Madisovz Square, N. Y. E- A- PICKARD ROBT. P. FARRAR 0 ... - - ll-li ""' v"' A E E1 'noni I PC-ii' l ,.........-,- 302 9 3 Ili 'V . A L- 1 1 l " e Qgw '-xi Immun, ,, .. J--'J 'Q We J., .,. R I 5 I ,. -L I 1 l I , I 1 , I I i ' 1 ?' : Ml iii , K A 1 F :I .2 -L I! i F I 1 I .-i i . 7 J : ' I .W ix I. Wg , I ARTEMISIA E E 1- Ie-r ge-if Rertej geffif S A Y 0:9 az. ,lui 3 0 al'f ' 5 I 1 orma Market 0 I A t I ' Qu - L E' 5 + 4 me if 355 N01-th virginia Street, Dia14801 IQ I If 1 ' ' 2' B 3 ig: C-'I'-WILDER PHONE 4601 . 5' 53 b S14 f? yi X' . . 1 l N Wet Wash Laundry Remmgton Portable QI, I- I ' Clndcpcndcntj 1 54 J Q "The Commencement Gift Supreme" k K I in FAMILY VVASHING W ' I , T, , , qi I I ' JF Qicrrn Stgih F S FINISI-IReno Ncvad1 110 'East SC d st t Dif'14511 1 Y I ' , , C ,., ,. q ' e A. A. Blackmer Sparks Lumber Co. t 42? Tire Co. LUMBER, MILL WORK Y- I f D, t .b t f AND CEMENT S' ' S- GENERAL TIRES Phone 2243 1 A Y d: Foot of Fifteenth Street i I II East Fourth at Lake S PETERSON, Prop' Ilia . ?L , 9 lwi LE gi: ' A S 0 'N om imen J 0 wiv if bl . t. in O C Pl 1 f Wlre . It I f I 4 ----- 1"r nU"" 54 1 Fences IIliIllllll'l!iiii!IH Illllllllll AMCHINES ORNAMENTAL MSS ' Q IRON FENCE BUS! I ASPHALT DRIVEWAYS I 120 West Second St t Reno m 0 0 Paul Thou D' 1 622SparkS, Nev. BUSINESS MACHINES OF ALL KINDS 121 .,. Q N if WW . I- Z -qi I E ,-,,,,,,,, , .,-I ,. -- "'I"':'v1::Q'fQff1Q,'if-i---::-1919 - .I.. -Mum-I --IJ 'A ' W fl I fx 1 l I F 9 3 1 L303 ,, 11'1"l1 "i1 1 1 1 1 1 iti 111 ,1 1 '11 I ,1 1 1 1 1 .-Q" Q..-.. -... 1 M 0 1 3 ffvf RTEMISIA 1 1 1' e e Wanna! 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Eats - QQ Q WAFFLES SERVED AT ALL HOURS . 11 U 11 1 Q 11 1 1 21 I!! 5 111 I1 fm? CPEN 6 A.M. to 12 P.M. ' 1. Closed Sundays from l to 6 .Eg I 1 e A : 5 , 1 I I' F. M. FRANDSEN li P . d G . M . . ' 11 res an en gf Wandl1ng9S Phone 3774 ' 91 1 Fur House Nevada Rock and A UALITY F , Q Sand Company Q URS 1 INCORPORATED my I 1 1 1 l Qg lVlanufacturing, Remodeling, 1 I Repairing, Cleaning 4 GENERAL Fireproof Storage CUNTRACTING TROPHIES OF ALL KINDS 949 East Fourth street MUUNTED TRUE T0 LIFE P- O- BOX 652 All VVork Guaranteed Reno, Nevada 0 Phone 5291 PHONE 8511 RENO - 11" ' Q . .. .-'.:- ...,. , ,L .... ..... .... ....,:n..:...-.. ..... -.,... ....,,,, . ..,..-.-,... iw, iq M S Quai. l 304 9 3 : Ei :f:fj:'jEf:, 11 'a-.1- 7 A 'F 4' . , . ,., ,.,..- - .- , . S 5'3" 'Il 1 1. 1 1 l " U f I ARTEMISIA. I 1 I 1 S I V I 1 Ii 5 . r i . J I ,x in 1 I 1 . if ll -I 1 I T I , I 1 1 5 I ffl , as 'ig' CE I ' Tu g-'A----f4l'f ' ,'4'A , i""'-:gem Af-maya, ?-L W Ai4A' N1 V . 'P ,eefeea H1551-1.9 g I lil 01 0 ' I THE NEW I HOTEL EL CORTEZ 0 A ll GRIEETS THE FRIENDS OF THE 1, UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA T , Y tl V' g 5 E-very Room with Bath and Radio Loud Sibefzker 1 Q Efrgazzfly Fznvzisfzezl in Sjmvzislz Style Moderate Rates E E . li fi 1 k I Sli: . I All the Commercial Photography Dr' George Harrison Marvell QV ggv for the 1930 Artemisia, and I T' If Also for This Year, Done by DENTIST 1 I l I 1 1 1 319 Farmers and Merchants A gig. Curtls Bank Bldg., Phone 6402 5,141 - 1 : V J Photo Studill Reno, Nevada A MA-'N-+ 2 1 J i in I I M., Q, I , CQNUVIERCIAL William L. Howell, M. D. I H 5141 IS' PHO I OGRAPHERS SURGERY I Om' Pl'iCI'.f ire Right it A l i V Medico-Dental Building I , 158 North Virginia Street I in 1 hone 4391 Reno, Nevada Reno, Nevada ,. gy if Qi. - 1 'I' 1111 Office Phone 6351 Residence Phone 3644- if D ' Pi' I . r. A. A. Cozzallo I .I M. R. Walker, NLD. 1 IST DENT INTERNAL MEDICINE Q 1 First National Bank Building 1xfIediCO,Denta1 Building U 0 0 Phone Reno 8281 Reno, Nevada - Q Lt- i n Q N' f--. I I 1 .qi 1 V69 YD i El lee:-"T-lZ?,,,'m",.mii3i7ei7:iff'f1fi "" Tgii-. Ii.. AM- fvee ME- "-1 ' "I't: I I ... M ,if 4 I if CU-, 1 l 9 3 1 13051 ART MISIA ll! fyffig ii 5 l i ia l I l . l L I L L l , L L li I, AL ui. im f i, ,Lv 1 L .Li XL L I, ,L L1 ,Q 1 4 1 4 .1 11 ii ,. i L 1 1 LW .LQ 'll L l L A lx X" as s 'ew es " -f'-'-:.-,f-'-me - A 'E " s """"i'5:fLi sZ'j,j'V"TfT L " E lf-El f""" Z THE EFFICIENT SCHOOL-OUR GRADUATES MUST BE EFFICIENT Shorthand, Typewriting, English, Bookkeeping, Stenotype and Complete Secretarial Departments GREGG AND PITTNIAN SHORTHAND Call or lfVriIe for Full, Informalion Nevada State Life fLyonD Building Telephone 5702 Reno, Nevada 0,0 O of o ' M.12.RoB1NETT13 E. BALTHASAR A Square Deal Guaranteed to All The Vanity Dress Union Shops Inc. Mill 81 Lumber Q CQ., CO. Distinctive Modes for Women Lumber and Building Material. Formals, Afternoon Dress, Sports Up'tO'date Cabinetwork' I Store and Oflice Fixtures. Wear, Correct Accessories RALPH LYREMAN, Mgr'. Dial 5522 , Oflicc 4-772 - Phones - Home SS84- 13 Arcade Building 401 East Sixth Street Reno, Nevada O ,O O fo 4 VELVET CREAM Nevada Wholesale The Perfect After Slznfving Crockery 8a Supply Co. Lotion 138 Sierra SUM Phone 8105 Kltzmeyer Drug Store CARSON NEX7ADArx 9,9 .1-. 5 L I.l + 1 I li 4 l1 ' 5 il + 'F fill -s I-. .lf , , E1 lg get if STL gi if Nl 5 li 1 . l .I 4...--J l"' Il L,l Ml' lll iw: HIL lLli Lai LSI! II' mix , ull' lily Milf lllill 'Mil' ,K l l , fjgzly ' :Ili ll! L iliillli T li 1 ligileiill 'fiiilfi 5 WW" ,U L lm L . illiyhii . . N :L 334 fl Jil' l r,',i L 5 fl il 1-wif zu' iilll 5 il fl- l lmlw 1,53 ' llll QL TIL id' c-H sLLI light: .L IXL foliar lla IQ iiillf lin- fms A L i 'Li slim if s ' L G5 RT: 1 me 9 3 .,.........+ 53' ARTEMISIA I , I 1 Q Q N . its ' f I-I rl:---+-M . . ,.- EAI ,El li,..,.I..-E-EE s N., , 'S I I I I I I I 5 I 2 I . I I 1 I I 2 I I I f-4 "5 --4 --4 ..-f-E' if A04 I Q 0:1 Y I 'N' fo A F. J. Delsongchamps fi Q-I DESIGNER OF THE MACKAY SCIENCE BUILDING FII QQ GAZETTE BUILDING RENQ, NEVADA aio CARSON VALLEY BANK Established 1908 CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 15111000.00 OFFICERS . N GEORGE XVINGFIELD ---- PfCSidCHf S1,lEEHAN - - - VICE-PfCSIdCHt J. O. XVALTHER - - - Vice-President L. VV. HCJR'I'ON ' ' ' ' Cashief G Ig gPMDINC , - - - - Assistant Cashier Service and Security CARSON CITYQ NEVADA I A I ,,,I.,,s, ..,. , i-,E.,.A I 5,v-iw A 13. 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E..'ifl30LE.ll I?-will IIIIIII THE BIGGER AND BETTER CHEVROLET DURHAM CHEVROLET CO. 221 South Virginia Street Phone 6175 Sales, Paris, Service T oseano Hotel SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS Ravioli and Chicken Excellent Italian and French Dfnners-5 to 8:30 Luncheon-l2 to 1:30 Cater to Parties 238 LAKE STREET TELEPHONE 6461 RENO, NEVADA This ffdfoertisemernt Through the Courtesy of Douglas County Farmers Bank I Gardnerville, Nevada, Phone 751 BELZ PRESCRIPTION . PHARMACY 231 Sierra Street, Reno, Nevada In case of sickness or distress consult your physician without delay and let us help him in restoring your health quickly and cqmom- ically by requesting our Prescription Service. Phone 7581 After 10 I-. M. Phone 3042 AT YOUR SERVICE Francis J. Belz, Ph.C., Ph.G. U. of N. 1903 Irrigation U. S. Mineral City Works Surveyors King 81 Malone Geo. W. MALONE THos. R. KING Civil Engineers Title Insurance Building RENO, NEXIADA Phone 2490 H. 15. SAVIERS at soN THE PHILCO BABY GRAND .A .,.. ..:s2S5t' fe' X z J f:j:f:' 1: -'X 42753: ,f:f:1f3fIg. .g:::g:-' ' '-:Ah -. :- , Qgiggz: :-g:4:3:2g:g:3. flffifii 5 diss ? 1':r555E5E55555Eg. KX X . I 5 K Y N'-Q K x g "-2" " xy 3 t vkxggq hs' - 3 xl' x SQ, fig? X X 4 15.31-E'S'fff'F53735555:ff':'251f'55f55f:': 535555 ' 1' .Y+:1:I:1--qgQgggfj:gf3yf,.1-J:i,.'- 13'-:Q -tw COMPLETE YVITH TUBES 369.50 0 fo 5 College Inn CANDY, ICE CREAM CIGARETTES 560 Sierra Street Reno o o ' , 1 U I,l I 1. if I 1 if 3 l i I il il ill 1 i . fi? 5111 flat eq! il sf' .l gl r 11? 1 11 ill I1 ' 1 I -'i .J fi from .,., 1, FEW' 1 I . , W . 1 MW!! lllgni. l1l 1 11111 l ng 1 1,11 ii' 1 D081 l 9 3 I 3 I ,gli Q . I I , I Q , I I I 4 . 1 , I , I I :I I X, l, I!.'iI I I I I I L F I,-3 I I I I IL IH' , I "I .4 ' I I 1 I 4 V I ' I 'I Iii .w, ' I QV - L il I A I I I I I 4 A LI., I 5 . I I I I I I I I I I 1 I I I , . I 1-,sl I I E W , I I I gt ARTEMISIA 0 1 I I I I I I Q 1 I, - I, 'qi ? ggI 'N'i"lfiiiTgfiQi'ii.'.l,l SQ,-gl E I Q I 0:0 III I I 3 I I I I I IWW MQIQMI I I RENO, NEVADA I y I I III I If I e Distributors Wholesale and Retail IQ I I I I if Cadillac LaSalle Buick 5 I L Parts and Accessories I II? I MII , LI T LI 1 'I I Q Lyon Metal Tire Covers - I Exide Batteries III , I Seiberling TIPBS I I Pilot Ray Lights g sg Q I A I fm. v,,,,,, ,,,, --.ss """'W"' T- Q! l I '12lZ?'n 1D,,,,.,...,,el ,sf ,lgiiifliiif1fff:i2iiQT11I1fQLgQ ..sss ,,lL7Qif13'EE-1 gg? I ili- 'W I 9 3 1 53091 I1 ,ff VV? 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U A r 1 - J' l.: E ig 1 11 .1 -IV lfkffll i Wg fi i f R T E Ml 5 IA 1i 0 P 5 165 sooo ' "'Qi,75'zeiH" from 4 "A Surety of Purity' Curtis Sz Cadda - SUPER-SERVICE STATION Shell Proelucts Greasing and Crankcase Service Reno? Premier Candy Shop Crystal Confectionery Unexcelletl Quality 215 North Virginia Phone 3642 SEMERIA, Inc. 13 5 North Virginia Street COATS DRESSES MILLINE RY The largest selections ot the lowest prices .Q F ord"s Grocery GROCERIES ICE CREAM SoFT DRIN KS 655 North Virginia Phone 7689 Reno,Nevada 0 ,ll T 4 1 Lt! 'Il 1 . : f I .QP P 5 v ?1l Tire, Gas and Service Calls fra, Corner University and Plaza Phone 4321 Dr. Horace J. Brown ill' Medieo-Dental Building il? Phone 5591 or 7662 li T Harold E. Cafferata,D.D.S. 51975 1 ' 197 1 Phone 6651 1 4 i ' 320 First National Bank Building z ' EQ! 6 Reno, Nevada L William M. Kearney ATTORNEY AT LAW A Suite 319-327, Gazette Building Reno, Nevada i l 'fi gi Q ,., F E 5 3 E ' il hml 53101 l 9 3 I ......... igg l 4 1 l . 1 I 4 RTEMISI 1 ,V FK. ll r 0--I TS . ., b . f"'f i MW- I S ,El fi '-'- sfif'-g,sgJg'.f--.V , V - ease--f'f:.mSos3 l -I fi E I l COURTESY or W CAPIT if I L CITY Ei I :NSI rr li li ..i wr r ' ,.,,4l pai f .limi , .Hp , wil TUX 'i .. 4 ,.1 :I L. 5 'r qs 'Nl gig' .Y-. X, .. l ' 1 K' ,. 'I rg Vfl 9 r , .z.' R gli .15 l' ll':l r" fi-Q: ,-1 , W -,ii u. r-f. ia fel .1 fl 2. 1' . al xl. . - , V . pri ' . 15,1 f i ,Zi f . . 5,4 1 :ff l l 1 ' v l 5.1 fill ., -jp 'SLI .si f 1 . 3 1' - ,-'if ,s' ,ri ' ll li -Q42 lui ,.. I:-a 1 4 g'il . ., l .lg k 1 u i if i ,,,, l O A I 2.1! CARSON CITY, NEVADA Q' Phone 671 302 N. Carson 242 GRANITE STREET, PHONE 6525-ONE BLOCK WEST FROM COURTHOUSE Centrally Located A .Distinctive School for Private Secretaries and Accountants-Training for Civil Service. Brief, intensive courses adapted to the particular needs of the student-Latest methods. Our Secretaries are filling some of the most responsible Federal, State and County positions. Registrations for enrollment are accepted throughout the year. Summer Session. BOOKBINDING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES IS OUR BUSINESS . SIIVIUS 81 Sehoenbackler ll 423 J Street, Sacramento, Calif. Established in 1890 ' 0 Uur equipment consists of the latest modern auto- mgfig gjmg Sawing machinery in every dgpm-tment I l "T 'F-il , 'H A I up ,IAA H, ,.,, ,,,-.....'--W-----A --'- ' Q P . ,lil I AQ.-'?: 'ljjjgjo .,.t --.L E E Q l l 55 i. I It 5 ,yt 5 'H ' an if 5 A Fl J fx,- r 1931 L311 V ARTIZ ISI, -V- I I IE :I I '1 ,. E. II 1 - 2 Li 3 r 7 -ig-H1-Yuwvim, "'ff7'H"ff"'fV" " -Q, ",,,G1Z'i,,,.1igi1i X - Y- - I - 2 4+--I "CI 3 , 'f .I , , E3 Xaawwawmwnifarf EI in g 0:0 Jil' Q 2: 92, ig: II' I I I I I """"'-"vi Vi .il I I . 1 I , E I ' I . I , v . . H41 fi Iii Ti' I -II ew' I IIg gf 7 , :QE .3,,.9 ...s.., "'x""5 .ITS ...,., ...,.. - 4- M... j . .Tw .. .Q li'-' Q A X Q I 0 mo Lunsford S Reno I Plllllllg' Co. I,lINSI"0'llll lIlill.lllMQ I29-IJII N0ll'I'-ll 1ZI'IN'l'l'IlI H'l'lll'Il'I'l' IHCNU, NICYIXILX 13317 v,, ' IE 0:- M I A. ' . ., .Z.2I7':l-' rw: I 9 I5 I qw 2 1.1 ., .N 1 'J . 1 1 . l.'i i I 4 f 1 1 Z I 5 2 i 'Aa l V 1. Af l 1.61. , l V R T E Ml S IA --In T J WW..- l ' " . ---.- , Y rf'-' ' " fmh"'g"' i 71.67-"'fZZ"5isQl1: :m,,.ir El qc!! Q AV " 4' 7 ... . 6:81. . . -----4 -A L - Af X x.:- ' I Y f - ,ini ' I y . I GUR ADVERTISERS a , -- l I .2 -- A - Carson Valley Bank . - 307 ' I Caswell Coffee Co. - 271 . l .1 A B C Oil Burner Co. . 283 Chism Ice Cream Co. . - 274 . il-5 1' Action Color Pictures Co. . 283 Chocolate Shop . ' 255 Q Alpine Glass Co. . . . . . 265 City Bakery . . - 255 ix il ' ' Ambassador Hotel, San Francisco . . 282 Claremont Hotel . - 281 1 l l Armanko Stationers . . . 278 Collier Tractor Co. . 277 I I I Ayers, Gardiner R Pike . . 272 Colonial Hotel Co. - 275 'Q' ' i College Inn .... - 398 u 1 V C , B - Commercial Hardware Co. . - 281 ln: 5 ll Commercial Hotel, Reno - 284 1 Baker, R. W- i ' 263 Commercial Hotel, Elko - 261 'fi Q Bath, Dr. T. W. . l 293 Commercial Soap Co. . - 285 3 Belz Pharmacy . . 308 Confmtsi Stores ' ' ' 255 qi Bhckmer T11-C CO. 1 303 Consolidated Warehouse . - 274 i I mock N .IIU I 291 Continental Life Insurance Co. . 289 A l I Blue Goose Cleaner I . . 257 C0vC1'Sf0H Motor CO- - ' ' 230 1 . I 1 '- '. f 2 f ' - . 305 ' tlli 1 1 . B,-ad1ey, J, R, , 1 251 Cozzalio, Di. A. A. . , 289818 1 Brockman Studio . . 274 CVCSCCM Clfamefl' - ' 292 llffli Brown 8z Belford . . 273 C1'ide1', DY- R ---- ' 299 ' Brown, Ernest S . . 299 Crystal Confectionery - 310 grown' J' ' ' Curtis it Gadda . . 310 I Q- faf 1 if town' ' my ' ' cur-as studio . 3115 I 1 3 Brundidges . . . 284- " N' 1 F Burke Sz Short . . 276 ' I 'fill 1 - D - iii? A 1 . - C - i li Fi f 3, l Q Lille Il Dainty Cake Shop . . 260 J will fi! Cafferata' Dr' H' E' ' ' 310 Delongchamps, F. J. . 307 A '. J :Eg '1 Cain Si n Co .... , 257 ,li gi, g . 1 1 If ll I fl Calavada Auto Co. . . 269 Dew Dlop Inn i U i i 268 ,' ' l . 1 ' . , ' l California Meat Market g 303 Douglas County Farmers Bank 308 A - H5, Q . I Capitol Citv Bank 1 I 311 Dunseath, Harry . . . 299 ' ' lib 5 ' . ' ' 1. Carlisle 8a Co. . . 254 Durham Chevrolet . 308 , ifgrt . 1 . 72 , Miha s A l lr 1 ,F . fr x " 'I I . la ' 1 i 1 . +A an A n - 1 . 12' Donut worry Marx? 1' f Ihacl 'die brakes J ,X f rg ' e 1 l. ' ' - ' 1, 1 1, ,A A re me WI lm soAFRAi , I MASTER f' 1 1 dbefofej ggg.:Ef.E.wxr, RAYBESTOS 1 gl , wesi-We I .1 . I .I 1 ag 1 1 BRAKE 'A Q Wg, BRAKE 1 . i 1 I IT, Y TH .......... T .lx I g E ls, " .1 I 1 I. A STATION i?.E522.':I.e:r ' LINING 1 I M 8" A SERVICE I 1 332 North ,W i f '1 Q lrgmlfl - ,L 'E Phone 8 l 93 , 3 , , l N 'Q 5,- L4-J f'1i I Q 31 1 , H- ArA1'f1A A -f-E A-A A'-gg -AAA ---- A ...WDA A W--- , ,fiiciigiili 11, . ESD-3 E51 1 'ff' i Y - l, f"f 7111 ' 1 9 3 I 13 1 371 Q il if ' i TEMISIA il II . I ' Q l, V18 I I Ii! 1 . . - . I ,E- OUR ADVERTISERS -I- 4 -.45 ,. Eddy Floral Co. . 283 I X L Laundry ..... 259 ' Edises Jewelry Co. - 260 IS Wood, L0Ck and K-CY 5h0P 263 El Cortez Hotel . - 305 gi Eine cafe . . . 263 - J L Q Emporium of Music - 281 Eveleth Lumber Co. . . 259 Jepson, Melvin . 272 Q N3 jersey Farm Dairy . . 275 . John Dls Stores . 290 -' F - johnson, Leslie 299 ' 2 il Farmers Bank of Carson Valley . .. 283 6 K I First National Bank ' . . . . .- 298 E -I Flanigan Warehouse - 297 Kantcl-S U u h 283 - 3 f Ford's Grocery . - 310 , 281 Kearney, W. M. . 3l0 j Fowler 'lfcuslck ' i King 8z Malone . . 308 1 5 5 French Cleaners - 294 , . Y K Fuller, Dr. i i . 293 Kingston 86 Heidtman . 297 I J 1 Kitzmeyer Drug Co. . 306 ' f - G - - L .. 'A Gerow, Dr. W. . . 293 Lavoie ' . 251 I V' l Ginsberg jewelry . . . 281 Lindley gl CA. I 292 Glass, A. E. 81 Co. . . 284- Golden State Baking Co. . ' 260 H I j Grand Beauty Shop . . . . 256 -F M - 1 4 Gi-and cafe ...... . 266 Grand Central Service Station . . 296 Machabeels Garage ' 266 N I A 6- ' Grey Shop ...... I . 294 Molloy' D' J """ 262 ' 8 V I Green 8: Lunsford . . 272 Mafestic Radio Sales CO' - ' 260 ' i 2 f Grey, Reid at WI-ight I I 258 Majestic, Wigwam, Granada 267 E Marven, Dr. ..... 30: " Mashburn, Gray . . 299 - H - Master Brake Station . . . 313 l 1 ' Margaret Burnhanfs Candy Cottage . . 263 Q Harry's Business Machines . . 303 McCullough DrugCo. . . 234 5 Harveyls Sandwich Shop . . , 259 McKenzie 86 Leeper 262 3 ii Hawkins, Mayotte Sz Hawkins , 273 McKnight, William 273 3 Hamp Thomas Hardware Co. , 274 McLean, Dr. . . . . 293 N, Herz Bros ....... , 285 Mikado Laundry .... 284 I Herzog Cigar Co. . . . 294 Minden Flour and Milling Co. 285 ffl Hi1p's Drug Store . . , 256 Minden Inn . . .. . . 234 ' i Hinkley Service Station . , 281 Model Dairy . 280 Highway Garage . . , 283 Monarch Cafe . 280 Hobart Estate Co. U. l 256 HoEman's . . . , 293 - N - Hood, Dr. A. . , 293 ' H0We11,D1'-W- H- I - . 305 National Coal Co. . 235 Humphrey Supply Co. , 297 Nevada Crockery CO. 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