University of Nevada - Artemisia Yearbook (Reno, NV)

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EX LIIBIQII Im xi X X M N iw, ff P1 QQ , lk Q f 7 Vg- fx Ivy Q55 ARTEMISIA , Y .f:g:f2'ef , ' A ,fgxx,l'IZ7"N'- ' ,? I ,- L '.,QrfQX1" , ' H' , , ., Vx V. , ,cr EN V K NXT '-1' 1 ' f fb-- :W F -'Z ' F 3 . .MPT ' .IN f' if -f '----1, -Q 1 f-4... - 1' N f 1 - - ft 55527 ,Q-.5 .- I " '- ..f .. 43 X H51-5-,g4g5I:" H 1 ', , 4. .,,. ,K , ' - 5' 3' al 'L Trrtifff , c . , ' 'I- .,..,1 . wi Mlffgg..-:,..xJ f qi Q :M ,V .-N VZ, .2VgwMwK5i,' 1 Qifgli H PVS 'fi -7- '- .Q ,.YYe,.i, - M if . . -,' - . Q, is '--Lflki , , gf -. 'I 9 3 4 177 RGBERT CREPS ,EDITOR DONALD BROWN MANAGER Engraved' by AMERICAN ENGIZAVING COMPANY San Francisco Pnnted by RENO PRINTING COMPANY Reno, Nevada 934 VOLUME TI-IIRTY-ONE a record of the coIIege year for 'I933-'I934 PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BV TI-IE ASSOCIATED STUDENTS OF TI-IE UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA ln the preparation of this volume ol the Artemisia the editor and stall have sought to portray university life in its many moods and phases, from the glamor ol its idle hours to the sincerity of its inner purpose l-lerein vve have striven to set dovvn in vvord and picture an accurate and lively story of the campus and its people for the college year just passed. It is our desire that at some future hour as you leaf through this Artemisia you may live again those happy days spent at Nevada and that the boolc become a cherished album of the past and increase in value and richness as the years go by. BOOK ONE NEVADANS ADMINISTRATION STUDENT GOVERNMENT SENIORS UNDERGRADLIATES BOOK TWO I-III.I. LIFE CO-EDS MEN VARSITY SPORTS FRESI-IMEN SPORTS CREATIVE MILITARY CLUBS VANITY FAIR SNAPS ADS TO DEAN REUBEN C. THOMPSON For his sincere and consistent desire to inspire, direct, and instill within the thinlcing young men and women of our university an appreciation ol the value ol sound reasoning and the worth of spiritual reality. Never vvas the demand lor thinkers so great as at this hour, nor will it diminish in the years to come. How honestly he has sought to fulfill this demand can be determined only by we whose privilege it has been to sit with him. A lovable, respected philosopher mellovved in Socratic vvisdom, he is the essence ol all the ideals which he embodies in his teachings. 'Tis indeed a small payment in gratitude for so splendid a service that we set aside this volume in dedication to a loyal Nevadan. hai T l P l STUDENTS JOHN T. BLUM '35 August 13, 1933 LOUIS YORI '35 September 30, 1933 REED ST. CLAIR '35 March Q, 1934 GAIL JESSEN '36 December 31, 1933 MEMORIAM MRS. CLARENCE PIERSON fHattie Rhodes, '9OI December 3, 1933 ALBERT W. CAI-ILAN '96 September 96, 1933 MRS. WILLIAM H. WILLIAMS fNeIIie B. Robbins, '98l December Q6, 1933 HARRY B. JAMESON '02 July 23, 1933 JOSEPH DU SANG SCOTT '07 January 12, 1934 MRS. SOUTHMAYD fAsErid C. Erixon, 'O91 February 15, 1934 CLEMENT G. CAFFREY '99 October 14, 1933 FORREST E. FROST '95 August QB, 1933 JOHN R. BONNER 'Q6 May 26, 1933 EARL A. WALTHER '96 August QS, 1933 CAMPUS VIEWS MANZANITA I-IALL Q '. N . .Jain .- -.Y ,... . ' -,fc.x '51-I .,,, A . ,LL :- 4 .1 -.,s"ffw' . I . , .1 . L L:'f.31" . -'-'Q-. Q 1 4 .,-rbi. A A. 5 . ,gh J .:.,A. VI 1 , 'V -1 f-ir.. ' '55 ,ATS , 1 K . .-Tar" ,sv f ,, , ,, ..' 5, 1 5-.. . 1 3 'A '. ,sv ' , , , A 'z . " JC -.. 3 .- L 5' . .,,,, ., , . L 4 . 4 -1. A 4 'V J 'u, ...i qi.. A ' I -". . 5, f I . .vg.f - ' '-.I 'fy 4-,. :-' ..,-fb .11 ,. L. 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CLARK, PRESIDENT OF THE UNIVERSITY A MESSAGE FROM OUR PRESIDENT Iwluxa 19 a I1?ltl0I'l21I Ncw Deal A Student Body New D611 IS cluu I1 ldlflllllb lu Sllllply fm mul xc CONLXIIIYT contmumg pmctlcus, some oi whmh L lltmmtlmu wood, some of whmh Qhuulcl bn m.rd1Hed, some of whlch 1111 outfnowu md bonu oi whmch IICVCI hui 'my juetlhcltmn I hu campus New Dual ulls fox 1 IC ZIIJPIHIISI1 of Studcnt Body tmdmons, wlth QILILIIHIIICLI pulposc to Comuw thg good md to LIIITIIIVIIC thu CVII This mu' org'cn1zv.d .md camtmunw btudnnt Body Liforts hum bun m Ldv. to lhllllih ox Quatly llllkllfb tha hwmg tx ldltltlllg, the LIQ'116I ftiltlllfib of whlch hwvn bun knpt .zllu m 1Lccntyuu5 by the Stl lclmt Qllppfllt of 1 small 1T1lIlOI'lty only of thg Student Buds rl hem CEOIfS hm e hun 'umul both towfudb cntxczl 1u xew ot the F1 hou bhwlts md tln rl hou shqlt mats ot the Frcwh Bible 'md tow'1rds I'CfO1I11i1UOI1 of thu pen 11 uns im fxwlmrm offenses Flu normal outcome of such Lffmts, lf and when 'lm con sxdu lblu number of thc btudcnt Body thmks the pmposflls throuvh, wlll bc thu lholmon 1 t sauna of rhLl1edc1mQ, 1n111oroiJrcnsLs and thu abulltmn of 111 fOlIT1S0f student pumeh mcnt mmlx mv m 111 lmndlmg of any kmd Ihu ann of thlS wholu p10U'1'lITl Should bn to suhstututu Huspltwllq fox Hlbitlllfj' m the 'lttltude of uppcrd 159111611 towfudq fILQh11lLl1 In ilddltlflll to thls l1'11pUI't1lIlt LIIUCII lLCOI'lS1dCl2IUUIl of plasmt tI'lLLltlOI1Q to the ende of clmone m whole. 111 III put, thn cunpus NLW Deal fox trwdmons Qhould lll cludu wnstl umm Lndn Wm to bnttu old but Woxthy t1.1d1t1onS and to Qtut useful new PIZTCUCLS whmh mu 5619011 mto worthy tl'ld1tl0l'lS The pfmst fOLlltCLI'l Lampub yuus haw sun the cstwblmhment ot thru mlmblp and worthy new tladxtmcms Homc gc mmg, Thi Wolves Pmlm md 'CPI11 Ixlppw P111 D13 Surely the Qpunff of student lnvumtlxulcss has 1l0t gong 1115 VVhCn the old Howlltx PIUYTI lm I9 LMSC Lrded them VV111 In Hm oppoltumty to set up new pmctlces undu thL Hoqpltallty Qtmdard Vanous forms of IIILIIXILILIAI or YTIOLIP welcommg and LUIIUIILIIDU' hL1pfulms5 by LIPPCFCLISSHILII to flCShI'I'lCI1 could be dnvdopcd Agmn, Qyeternatlc III'1I10'L1l1L.Ilt9 wuld be du 15nd to SCCUIC mam cmdml and moxc Cumplntc Qtudcnt Quppmt to ull 1mpo1t11ntstudLnt 21 oup 1ct1v1t1cs, gclurwlly ICPICSCIIUI IIVL of thy wholf. C unpus VVhLn thc QtudcntQ of my group gum Wcnks Ol even month5 of thu: tlme m prep 11 'ltlon fm Qome oifcnng to the C11mpL1Q the hast tlu ILQY of tha student hodx C1111 do, lll fZllIllLSS, lb tu lttcnd thf. ment 'md to chem on their lmrd Work mg fellows, ba thu u mt 1 Vlrslty ICIIILUL Lontabt, 1 V11 S1113 debate, 11Vz11S1tv ch lm mc, 1llLliIC"l1 or othcl utletlc OHCIIIIU Thuc I5 1111 open ficld here fm the lnltl IUIIYT of new customs VVhlLI1 wlll W1dLI1 and Llltllllgk. Qtudcnt body support fox uuy qpc, of Worthy student ffrm1po1TLr111g -Suv nws px ICUCLS Wlnch were eetablmhed 'md Whmh ffrcw mto lhldlllff txaclltmm thflt xmuled fflcwvlng ind lppleclatlvu student support of 111 woxthv Q IITIPLIS Group 1ct1X1t1CQ would bc doubly ploggrmsn e the students ffcnurwlly would 111 ha. h11pp1e1 lf 'lftl.11d'lIlCL md 4.1111111181 IQUL suppoxt were 9llbSUtLItCd fm '1hSCI'lCC and ln CIIPICICHCC 'md Che'1p Qcmplxmtlcltul CIIUCISIH and the 12T.bO1lI'lg ffroupQ would bu chuurud on to ICIIICVC im the cwmpus men me-ltu VICYOTICS ln the Held and lll thc fO1L1IT1 I congmtuhte thv. Student Body upon lts NLW Deal outlook Mfmy lntellwcncc fend 'FHIIIICQS plevzul m ltS COUIICIIQ 'md may It Contmue Its good Wmk, So Wall begun untll It ushus 111 21 t1 uc new cl'1y on thc Ullnpm Z1 dfay of dehlben 'xte i11end11nesQ to all new comms 'md of gemrll whole hc IFILCI IPPFLCIZHIOI1 md Quppmt of Lvexv WOIIIU student fxctlvxty ' lu' ' cr A , H , 1 CL Q U - x . t I A 1 u 1, . . . . . . . . . .. . , , . , , ,,. ., , , . 1 1 1 , 6 . . . .- . , . , 1 1 . 1 - 111 1 ' 1 tv D D 2 2 1 . 1 . F' , 1 U ,177-. ., . - '.. J - ' ' f . . 1 . 1 1 .1 1 1 A- 4 ' ,x'r,x n v 1 A ' . 1 1 . v . . . . , , ,,. . . . 1 , 1 . 1, . 1 . 1 , 1 ' 1 1 1 . V C . , . ..,. 1 f . ,, . A . 1 1 ,, 1 . 1 J 1 , 1 L . - y -. . Y, -, , A -Q 1 - 1 - ., 1 , . 1 ' 1 V . V .. . . U1 X -,g , , . . , ,, , . , - , .,, . W. . 1 1 1 1 . , . ,sc ' ,H - Acc ' 73 ' , ' , , L K 1 , I 1' l ' . . ,, . ,S - -,L I , . , , , . , , L , - . . 1 . . . . .-. 1 , . , . . . , .1 . 1 v 1 1 U 1 . , ,, - , ,, , , . , N , , - . . . . ,-. . . 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'Q . x r 1 3 y r A -r w - x - v 1 1 1 . 1. 1 1 - ,-1 . . 1 - Q - 2 .., , 1 1 1 . 1 , . . C . . - .y - 1 4- , , ' . K ' 'o ' ' ' . , 2 - ,cr A an y - - 1 1 . f. r ' w D 1 , .1 1 c . 4 . ' ' - 2- . , . . '.', ' . 1 1 .' 1 1 . .1 .- 1 , . . .. . . ., . . . 1 1 - ,1 1 ' 1 . ' ' I 1 1 . 5 ,.. is ink? 'wfT"?f'T'w4'ff'1."-Lf 1' we 'A l DEAN MARGARIYI' E. MACK rhiter of the many and tangled social aifairs of the - campus, Miss Nlargaret Mack as the Dean of WlJ111CI1 has gained the admiration of the entire student body for her tireless Work in the execution of the oHice. The successful holder of such a position as hers must he possessed of infinite tact, goo-d judgment, and a quiet but deternlined spirit. That Dean llflaek has all of these quzilities will he willingly Zlt- tested hy those who know her. The new woman student is al ways sure to find friendly help and counsel as to her place in the classrooms, in campus activities, and in the residence halls from the office of the Dean of VVon1en. In the past year special efforts have heen made hy Dean Mack, in cooperation with the Associated VVon1en Students, to make the senior girls of the various high schools through- out the state z1cq11ainted with the opportunities offered by the University and to establish friendly relations hetween active and prospective studen ts. D EAN O F WOMEN 93 gloilfolhff, ." DEAN OF MEN DEAN RIZUBEN C. TIIOMPSON 1Jll11kll11g out his second year as the Dean of lVlen, J7 Professor R. C. Thompson hm very faithfully and ably carried out the duties of that ofhce. In addition to the work devolving upon the holder of such a position Dean Thompson carries a full teaching schedule as the head of the philosophy department, which leaves him a limited amount of time in which to carry on his student Work. As chairman of the student affairs committee the dean handles all the cases of student misconduct and error. He also serves on the campus calendar committee in conjunction with the dean of women for the purpose of regulating the dances and social activiiiies of the various campus groups, Upon the resignation of E. Martie as chairman of the faculty athletic committee and as faculty representative to Finance Control, Dean Thompson WSIS appointed hy Presi- dent Clark to fill these positions. The oflice of the dean is always open to students for advice and counsel on all questions and problems concerning the university men. B. F. CHAPPELLE L. W. HARTMAN FREDERICK WOOD SARAH LEWIS BL'lIvfKlIlliII Frzmkfilz Chappelle . . . Ilfzmi uf IWndL'ru. 14ll1lgIlt1gb'S Daymrlumnl . . . lmx had xcfzoolirzg in Fl'a11.4:e', Scvilzcrlami, Spain, mul GL'fII1dlL3' . . . spun! n lol of lime in thc :cilafx of xourhvrn, Hrazil studying lrilvex and naliur lmbils . . . goes in for mzilzropulogy and arrh- sology . . . mul has done lllllfh lo p0pIllIll'iSL' fhau' .v11f1j1.'4tt.v in fha stall: . . . lifes: in jixh for far from in mountain xlruaum . . . ami fum: ducks . . . Luau' Ilflrlnmu . . . Hemi uf fha l'hyxir.v Dc- fJHI'l'NIu'lll . . .gflfllfly i'71lrrz'Jte'4l in Mx fall! and .rpumix umrh of his frm' in ilu' lubx . . . fu11.u:rnn1' :dill My special prulzlauzs of radi- afirm and imiurtmzce . . . an f'IlfEI1.gL'7lf ll'lllf irzlerzfxiing Iffcmrvr. . . and fha ffzlhffr of four ,vcholars . . . frzuslructs lulescapvs for astronomical .vnnly . . . rcmlx 11 101 in lhff hi:- turifnl 'Held . . . and Iikcx lu fm-zwl arolnni in hfx :mio . . . Frnlfsriclc Wfzrnfl . . . Ileml of hlalh Dcparr' men! . . . an anlhorily on lfilfflflllilll Cqllfl' lion.: . . .strata rl Ihftvis on Group l'rlm"ty and Ilze Propogaliarz nf Dixrurlmnnxx in Dis- pcrxi-vu fllm'i11 . . . alccayx has lime for hun!- irzg and .fishing . . . and an ncmsinnnl grum' of golf , . . has l1'11-iwluzl nhrnznl . . . mul fought :Nik Ihr Ameritnn Expu.'1'flir1m1ry forc1:.v in H10 jicfll nrl.'1lz'ry in Ihr fear . . . Saruh l,4:':L'i.f . . . Il.-ml of lflc EL'UlIIIlIliL'X Dx:- pzzrfvwzlt . . . prvsillfrfr of .,Vt"7.'tIlil1 Phi Kap- pa Phi chapter. . .Ez11c1'c.vfnI in Jmfrilion ax II ypvuizzl problrruz . . .t'!l1'Df1ItlSiZC.V .rlrfzffly nzuzierfz mnrzagcmmzr of flu: hamc amz' lln: rl.'lif.fu1h1ge'u11s un' of lxfsurr lime . . . like.: in :Cork 'zuifh her flnxxffs . . . lo .vlmfy v1.u,vif nm! art . . . and Ia fra-D01 , . . lliuxcvrll f1f1'.1ms . . . Dum of lhv Collcgc of .firlx and Sciemrux . . . mul Vin'-l'rc'xi1lf-111 of Ihr llI1fi'EfIfl'fV . . . iI7ll'IlJt'.y3' iriferfxlfd in nr- gzmic chemistry . . . amz' espefirzlly Ihr .rfmiy of exsevnytial ailx in ilescrl jzln'ulx...zrcry uiurh crizzcrrinvi tvilh SflIliL'lIfX and xlmffnl ajinirx . . , likf-.v In fcnrh hix fnf.vhu14'i1 nriru- lalinn rlass . . . mul rnrm: thu vnmzlry . . . I"rmlz'riulc Sihlvy . . . Dum of Ihr' Cnllrgr uf Eng'ncm'ing . . . :pf-riully irm:r1'.vlml in fha 'llr'l.'i of tlirruin-dymzfziiss . . . has curittuiz .vrifrnzl lrxt lzoukx 011 mm:hi11.rr design and mrchaziicnl firrmirzg . . . unjoys read!-rig his- torical lifzralure . . . a ilrlvrlive .vlnry non' mul fhvn . . . spends 11 lui of tim: fvmling In his zu-gzrllzblfr ganluu fvliifh is his pridv and jay .... 1 '!lIl1I7Il'I',Y ar the lalec jus! loafing nruinnl mul fishing K1'lllt.'. . . Rnhurr Slvfzuzrl . . . Dnm of the College of slgriuzlfrzw . . . inlrrrxtrd fhiefly in .mils . . . and Ihv flzfiwrlziprmwf af fl new plant fertil- izrr frhivh hu lu'lif'm'x -will !'L'iF0l1lfi011iZe7 fnrwivxg . . . nhnul nncc a mrnzlh he gocs In 0r0i'illr 'zzfhcrc hi' has an nliiwf much lifes.: In play hrizlgc' . . . and 511111 aroimil . . , has a flnzvvr gariiml . . . and .umm good fish .vlurirx up hix flrmw' . . John Hall . . . Drum nf the School of Edu- frztiuu . . . i11rz:rf.'.rru1l in lhf: young luachizr and hi: fimlzlmm . . . f'm11ha.vizc'.v Ihf irjfecfiwr-mxvx of slassroom leaching . . . 11111111 fvhirh hr lu'- livwx fha .vurcavx of fha' rz1'ucal'0n program ti'fNTI11f.f . . . whvu nnl rfadfvlg, he pifchm hnrxsyhurs with .vr'zw'ral othcr fnrulfy umm- hcrx at a L'fIIll'f al his huwe . . . he' is some- fhing of 11 rnnrrnrl liriilgc xhnrlc mo . . . r A. L. HIGGINBOTHAM JOHN FULTON STANLEY G. PALMER PETER FRANDSEN Alfrevl Iligginholhrwi . . . Hemi of fha School of .lourrmlixm . . . in-lerr.v1L'ii in -natur- papcr leadership . . . stories with rczzrlcrlv i-n- tarexl mul fwzuv ivzluc . . . hi.v flames nn' mimi A-I ami ra-nk fvilh thc lu,-.rl uf Ihr lfmd . . . as uorrvxpumllrnf and eliilur he has ruifrrmi marry ,mir-mfirzzzzll Jlurivx . . . fluzcurx an: hix halihy . . . a-mi he playx hrifigu for hlnmi . . . ha: 11 .vhzlfk in ihc prnrzzfs at lhc lnkr . . . :uni fixhvx flfhfll hr grlx fhe film' . . . John Fulton . . . Dfl'L'l'f0l' of Ihr zilfvrlcizy School of llfliriuf . . . ixrmzmlizltuly upon grazi- zzafirnz, from Cnllmzhia he went tn Nimfh Africa for six jvrnrx cz,-henf he Jiri a ln! nf galil minivzg cchifh has lrcuu hi! xpwiul i?lfl,'l" est :imvu . . . hc has great faith in lim fulurr of the xlnfv. . . vlaims fha! :Vevmiu ix Ihr muxl fllffllilflj' rizivwrrzlisml area nn mlrlh . . . lIi'0EIllJ'll7llIilj' f'r1gro.v:z'1i in lha rearing of hix hm' chiliircn . . . Slzmlay PlIIlllL'I' . . . Hemi uf Ihr Elvrlricnl Engimufrs . . . filic'-fly irzlenfslivl in pnfccr Prigiiwcring ami the gulxcrnfion of r,'le'ulricify , . .phnlography if hix snlc hohhy :cliifh he smirk: fo dealh. . .has lnkcn all le'miv of picturzxv of all kimlx of things. ..1m1i has .rome rare alll rpcfiimvzx of varly z'm11pu.r life mrzung his cullection...prnml nf his san Bah non' at l'f"v.fi Point . . . Pl-fer I"I'tHl41'5i'lI . . . Hemi of Biolngy Depnrl- imrmf . . . sybecialimfx on rumparar"z-f- nvuro- lugy . . . and fha d07Ji'10fHlIt'l1I of ynnfhful pre-fmul.v . . . hold: a fzufvkly meeting of the "Beer and Skitllasn clnlv af his home 'ilfhrfflf fauully NZ6"l1lfLi,'!'.Y galher to play ki-ily pool . . . has climbed abaui all of the mulnzfaiu peakx in, Ihre .mire and hax had many an eav- perivrzca -gf.-ilh Slnruix ami glacivrx . . . likfxv lhings rcilh :I thrill . . . ami .vlmleiln . . . l"rml1rrfCk lfilxnyz . . . Hvml af Ihr DVpnrl- n.f1.'mf nf Auirzrzll Ilffxhmlflry . , .11 .fpvcinf il1vI4irc'.fl in xllrrp llllillfllltifj' ami Ihr l7I'A':'IiiIIg of bm-i mlflr . . . ax n hilfktlrlm on Ihr rangz' in hix ynzmgrr day: . . . mul has fmlgmi liw' xluck and hrrf .fhnfrx all over Ihr: caunlrg' , . . ix fhf' 'uhairmmz of Ffmmrf' ffrmlrnl . . . and I1 -ff'i1'mi uf Ihr' ,ffll:!I'!lfS . . . lihvs In rrmf ami' Xlzvjl . . . .lmmxv lf. Chnrfh . . . Hrmf uf Ihr' Clzlxxirs Dr.1m1'If11m1I . . . lhv nlafvxlf fzlfllfly I!lI'UJfIr'l' al Nrf'm1'a . . .i11l'c'r11aIin:1aHy fKll7lUIl.f fur hix .vlmlivx nf snuff nm! .vnnw xuwsying . . . spumors nn IUIIIHIII l,'hri.vImn,v pnrly for Ihr Grvwzfuud fhilflrun . . . lowxv Ihr: flfflllfifllh in mrlrlrv, liIz'mIurf', nuff nrl . . . Clwfk rzmf Raman mylhnlngy . . . and murmraivzx . . . 7'hI'lHllIl'I' Puxl . . . Dfrvclnr of Ihr! A1!I.VfL' Dr- pilrvlllrrll . . . Hkrx hnxl In lrm'h i'uin.' cnflllre' . . . and FIIUIPHKL' umxfr . . . having fm! 'hn- ixhml a .vymphrnf-ic parm nzllmi "Chou Cities", rr .vlnry ull' rarly mining ronzavzrc of Ihz' stun' . . . has CfI'IIlIllCfl'Ii fvflh Gcorgr l,'!1miu'ick . . . playx fwzuix in .rjmrv lime' . . . ami icnzfhl lilev In mln' I1 lung sojourn Io Snnfh slfrirzi Ia xlmfy rmlfiv' wnxif ami folk- lnrv . . . llurnu: limzrffmnn . . . flnul of Ihr Civil E11- gi11z'w1'.v . . .i11IL'z'f'SIml in Ihr Sjn'fi11l lhrffl of hrirfgr .rlrm'I1u'v zum' fxllllllllllfiflll . . . hzu .mr- -z'f'yf'd nfl through Ihr- Iwixxisxippi wullfy ami Ihc cfzllral .vlnlvx . . . Jar: a lol of rmnling in his .vparr fzzrzfrmzzrx on Ihc .facial and ymlil- fml qlIl'.vlf1Hl.r of Ihr ham' . . . cnjnyx athlclfr z'01vI4'.rI.v of all hi1n1f.v...Ifkvx In hikn Illini fL'l1lHlt'l' Ihrrmgh Ihr' llmlmlnins . . . FREDERICK VVILSON JAMES IS. CHURCH THEODORE POST I-IORACE BOARDMAN VINCENT GIANELLA JEANNE VVIER EDWARD SUTHERLAND GEORGE W. SEARS !'im:cul Gifmrlln. . . Ilvad of ilu' Drparl- mrnfl of Geology . . . sfwcifrlizifng in Ihr :Indy of e'r01lom'ic.v uf are Jupoxitsu .hrlx do-ne much In plalzlicize arzrihqzmkfx locally an Zhu coax! . . . and ix rcungrzizmf as an axpert on xzfixlnngrzlplly . . . xpfmix what span' time hc vnu. find in Ihr urlzlrlrurlilnz of axlromnniml lvl1:5vnjn.'.r for fl xfudy nf Ihr slarx . . . likm lu fake 17iclurux ax an Ilflf fo hix fvnrfe am! for mm1.vf'r2ie'r1l . . . Jammu I-Vier . . .Ill-ml of Hfxlory Dcjmrf- men! . . . mainly iuterusfcrl in lhc hixlory nf fha l'Vc,vn:r1z slain: and A'czv11la . . . flr+velopc,l nm! urgan'zwl the stare hixforiurzl .vocivly wzm-mn and lilzmry . . . has xrafuelell by Ifllgl' and :nach In I'FI7lI1flJ :pals lo caller! l7lliiIIIl -relies and curio: nnuf in, har possession . . . irzfuznrly irzfcrfxvtni in umxic nm! philnxophy . . . am! is umxl Xmppy in fha ClllX.Yll70III . . . EJ-:c-nn! Sulhurlfnnl . . . lluud uf the Emu Depfzrfmlnzr . . . lurrler lenusw: as "Slab" . . . Spfciaf i-lziervxf Hrs in 12111711.12 ufilifivs and public f1muce' . . .whwz fmt fhrmwing Ihr "buff" hr painlx fzrrxlcls . . . and tL'rflL's poet- ry . . . enjoys a rigarelle h0ItL'c'E!I ClfI.Y.H'J. . . and n fishing lrip note' mm' than . . . hax fuxl finivhm' a hmm' at Train' l,alev.v whvru hr hopzhv lo lrmf thr' .mvmlvr 1If4'll:V . . . and xlmly rl lflffz' . . . Guorgc Scar: . . . Ilemf of Ihr Chwnixtry Deparlvzmzt . . . spucfnlfy irzlvrexrml' in lhe chamisrry of nm- 'vz,etal.r . . . dos: a lo! of renwarrh in the held . . . has :written a couplr of hrmkx nn gcncral 4'h1'mi.vl1'y :md ha.: an- ulhcr in :cripf farm . . . an nulhurity 011 min- urrrl: . . . wakvx 11 .vprcirll hulrhy nf n1i.viv1g llm .fl0fL't'fX :ahhh mfnrn hix home . . . likes I0 gn plarex . . . and is n .wrong hclicvrr in Ihr old mfngv, "SFP f1u11'rifa Firm". . IfVallur Pfzlmrl' . . . Aff'fI1Hlll'-gj' DL'P4lI'fJ1I1'I!f Hum! . . . flfrvcfx fha' Starr Avmlylicnl lnharn- fury which NI!lkL'.V fl.f.TfIj'J an-fl I7IflI1'l't1l fleflzrrm- ilmffons for ML' f'L'5il!l'IlfS of Mu: xlnh' . . . ' has bil ujhrnz Il rr'ua!n1rf1! of 45111241.71 whirl: will mnfcc pos.vib1L' My :curki-rig of 10:0 gnnfr urv: . . . lilevx fu gn Hllfllllllihiliflg fm! has -nn 1l4'.vi1'ff In gn ffyiug... fflllllll jus! as ,mon fx!! ny dllyfhillg hr kl10'I!'5 . . . Jllbcrf E. Iliff . . . Englixh Drpaffmrnf Ilcmi . . . cnjoyx lilrrnlzmf of all kinds . . . and rr- g111'11.v if fl: Ihr runs! FOIIIPIFII' CUIlllIlt7lllfll'y un fifz' . , . mriinfy nm'r'1.'.vh'11' in brfngfug 0111 fha fnrslzwz-an mn! imlizhlunliry of .rflnfmlrs . . . and Ihr f1'i.frotw'1'y uf illfliiiallrnl slarx who give fII'fIfh'fSi.' of l'flH5f!'lil'1ilIg Zift'I'I1fl1l':" . . . grwally fill.-:rf'.ffnf in his l':z'n grullflrfliffl- rvn . . . rm AlIIIr7ft'llf gnrd11f'r frm . . . .lmfzux Young . . . lfvyrllzllllgy Dl'17AU'flNl'lIf II1-ml. . . Mu fm rzulivv' iuirrcxf in lllv .vfmljr of lflf' lfltllflll llj'git'lItf nf fha ndoIf'xfm1l. . . and is galhwivzg umlcrfnl for n book nu lflz' .wmv . . . I5i'lI.l"Z'2'.Y fha! ui'ery1nl1' can prnvlff by fl .vlmly uf f7.Fj'L'hIPlfJ-gj' as 4111 dit, fn nn 1lll' Jf'r.vr11luling nf lfirzfxrlf ami ulhrrx. . .11 fhfwfpinzl amuizg fbi' Irmlix p1nyrr.v uf lllr fnrully . . . 11 -ffXh!'I'lJIz17l lun . RFIILDII TAIIIIIPJIQII . . . llvad of Ihr Pbilnxn- phy Duparlmvfff . . . lllr' ausinblf' Jvrlrl of mul . . . .vf11'f.'aUy i11rul'rxlv,l in vfbicx ami' fhlffl' flfnriug Npflh' nzrfaphysffx . . . ml aduzirrr uf Plata and William Jnv1u,v. . .11 fu'r.v1w1nl iflcnlixl . . . and .fr flllL'I'dl!f ffrivzlew' . . . lilcrx in Jig in Mr' rfirl . . . mill hix .rPr,'1'f11fly ix 1'.1.ff1be'rrfv.v . . . an orffrlimwf lllillifffl' nf Ihr Hnfzlffl Chnrrh . . . lilmf to rrmf pavlr-x' af rl jrl?ilo.vupL'fn1f IIf'lllJl't' . . . In -Hxh mul him! ynnif , . . 4 awe WALTER PALMER ALBERT HILL JAMES YOUNG REUBEN THOMPSON LOUISE M. SISSA Regixlrar he duties of the registrar are very numerous and are an essential part of the university. Among the duties devolving upon this oflice are the listing and class- ifying of student records, compiling and arranging registration cards, sending out de- linquent notices, filing transcripts and transfers, keeping in contact with the faculty for grade statistics and removal of conditions, and the reporting of the totals of registra- tion, class standing, and other pertinent and vital facts for the information of the presi- dent of the university. The position of registrar has been very ahly and faithfully handled hy Miss Louise M. Sissa since August 15, 1906. At that time the burden of the Work was handled hy her alone, but of late, with the increase of attendance, several assistants were hired. Mrs. lVlay Cupples Bradshaw is the first assistant of the otiice and she is aided hy a student assistant. Miss Virginia VVheeler has served in this capacity for the past three years and upon her graduation this spring another assistant to the office will he selected. Miss Sissa graduated from the old Bishop VV'hitaker school in Reno, and later became one of the faculty of that institution. She also attended girls, schools in Salt Lake City, Utah, Tacoma, VVashington, and Berkeley, California. She has an active interest of all affairs of student concern and is especially interested in the individual scholarship records of the university. STUDENT GOVERNMENT STUDENT GOVERNMENT f'ff'1:ffrm1'r'rf1Lg . . . fmllo, jml . . . wnzbiurf . . . frlrzflslfffz' . . . gravy train . . . 60711721-iffl'I'X . . . mon' CU7ll7IlifIfl'I'5 . . flu: CTS . . . xwrzafars . . . flzc gn-wr! . . . and xo orflcrfvl STUDENT GOVERNMENT :... -4: sri D' ' s is 1 g c 1 i" ,.-7T,, - ,eg 1 sneeze . . t..,.e ..- .G a.j,,.,,Q,- ,,,,,i,, A 4 , ARTEMISIA 1933 E STUDENT SENATE rowing out of years of discontent with "steam- rollern politics and strong fraternal combines which have held a strangle hold on student government, an entirely new constitution having as its nucleus a student senate, came into being last year. Early in the fall semester of last year a special con- stitution revision committee with Elbert Walkei' as chair- man was appointed. The committee communicated with many universities on the matter of government and after i several months of intensive work it succeeded in drawing i up a constitution which was acceptable to the student body. The new constitution was adopted on March 10, 1933. The executive body is vested in a student senate composed of one representative from each of the f raterni- ties and sororities, Lincoln and Manzanita Hall Associations, and two representatives from the Independents, thus assuring a fair representation to all groups concerned. A special committee known' as the Nominating Committee is appointed by the Senate from Within its membership and is probably one of the strongest committees on the campus having the power of nominating for the approval of the Senate and the student body all oHicial appointments including nominations for the student body oflices of A.S.U.N. President and A.VV.S. president. An innovation also has been inaugurated in the form of a class manager to replace the old system of class officers. JAMES WALLACE Slmlcvzt Body President Under the guidance of President James Wzillace the new form of government has progressed to a very satisfactory stage at the end of its first year. The senate has, according to unbaised observers, fulfilled the spirit of the new constitution by keeping politics entirely Out of all student appointments. Fraternal aiiiliations of candidates have not affected their selection for office. T011 Row: Arentz, Barber-Secofml Row: Beam-er, Hifzlz, Cflzicr, Chrmslnr, Chixm, Galvin, Hnrfvcy, McEIra5'-- Third Raw: MGLHUIJ, lldorehouse, Ibfrzrris, Peck, Pups, Sulrues, Sullivan, DVnlk4:r 34 STUDENT GOVERNMENT FINANCE CONTROL I harged with full supervision of all finances of the Associated Students, the Finance Control Committee is one of the most important governing bodies on the campus. The committee consists of five voting members who are responsible to the student body and to the university officials. The chairmanship of this commit- tee is vested in a faculty representative who is chosen for a term of one year by a vote of the Student Senate. Profes- sor Frederick W. Wilson was appointed to the position last year to succeed Professor Paul A. Harwood and has been reappointed to serve for the coming year. Other members of the committee include the president of the student body, the chairman of the faculty athletic com- mittee, and two students elected by the Senate from within its membership. JOE MCDONNELL - Grmlzmlc M1111-agf:r Corresponding to the former oihce of Graduate Manager an Executive Secretary to the Finance Control Committee has been created by the new constitution. This oflicer is non voting and is directly responsible' to the committee. It is his duty' to serve as the executive oHicer of Finance Control, and to supervise the receipts and expendi- tures of all monies of the Associated Students, and aiiiliated organizations, and to be financially responsible for the same. Joe lVlcDonnell, the Hrst to serve under the new office of Executive Secretary has ably discharged his duties and has been instrumental in putting student finances in a legible state. lVIcDonnell was re-elected to fill the oHice of executive secretary for the coming school year at a meeting of Finance Control Committee on. March 6. He will have powers approximating those of a full graduate manager. Prior to the election the report of the accountant who audited lVIcDonnell's books stated that they were in ex- cellent condition. Tup Row: Arvntz, Bibb, Chzmrlor, lllarlfe-Bollom Row: D. Pope, Thamjmovz, Wffzllnce, Wilxavz I 35 ARTEMISIA 1934 Eg-Lf -, fl, wi' .1 Ei i '-J C-I' STUDENT GOVERNMENT l Q91 l fx IIOINIECONIING DAY CONIIVIITTEE .I-'wk Smith, -Villffllffl lfVhueI1.'1', John Chinn, Fl'Hllfl.7E'lI Louvlis, Carl Dmlgv, Ila':c'cm1 Umfmr, yidllj' HL'1llllIllf!' his year the Homecoming celebration staged by the committee under the direction of Jack Smith was one of the most successful in the history of the school. Each year a weekend is set aside to celebrate the return of alumni to the campus and extensive plans for their entertainment are arranged to include a bonfire rally, the Wolx't'sl Frolic, football game, and a Homecoming Day dance, and many other features. The big event of the spring semester is the Nlackay Day celebration in honor of Clarence H. Nlackay, Nevadzfs greatest benefactor. The day begins with a campus cleanup and at noon luncheon is served in the gym to students, faculty, and alumni, and nominations for the student body officers are in order. Various contests feature the afternoon's activities, and a VVhiskerino dance in the gym tops olf the day. Nl.-XCKAY DAY COMMITTEE Ed Bath, Virginia Whculw', Fl'lIl1iiJClL Luumis, Bryce Rhznlav, Ray Frulirh, Jnfm Frnulclizz, B011 illurcau, Hugh Rosxuio, Eff 1'Vlrrrfi11e'z 36 r:' ?"f--Y--Tl-fe 'W-" Yrni- A' ' r ' if V l l x ,,::,, ..n,.., . ,-,4,n!L.-a,,1,.,-7 ' Y - Y-.---41.. 'ZALY ff - .. . L A -- " "-f 4-1 -- GRADS SISDJICJIQS ,af lzm' . . . mf: amiga-1.011 . . . fic,l'1:t fn slwczxvs . . . lmml- shakex aznl hundclafpf.. .fhnory-Tuba. ..nll for old alma mafwr . . . quo Uflflif . . . flu-wil flu' mln' clmrclz aisle' . . . fllzmml ARTEMISM N34 4 1 GRADS SENIOR CLASS eginning an active four years at Nevada, the class of 1934 elected officers to manage it through the freshman year and to cooperate in campus activities. Many of its members earned places in athletics, publica- tions, and other organizations of the university. As sophomores the class continued taking part in the campus scholastic, social, and athletic fields, and the set- back received in the annual class fights at the hands of the Frosh did not interfere with the duties of the Soph vigil- ance committee in seeing that Nevada's traditions were not violated. The following officers were elected to serve the class during its junior year: first semester-John Flournoy, president, Virginia Cross, vice-president, Martha Scrugham, secretary, Paul Hartman, treasurer. Second semester-Bruce Gould, president, Nell Lofzano, vice-president, Elna Jensen, secretary, Nolan Gault, treasurer. Though not being able to give the annual Junior Prom, the class entertained the students at a spring formal in honor of the graduating seniors. Gene Salet was elected class manager to guide the class in its fourth year at Nevada. The Senior Week Committee consisted of Clara Galvin, chairman, Russell Elliott, Donald Butler, Doris Shaver, David Clark, Patricia McCulloch, Alice Couch, Beverly Douglas, Alonzo Priest, Nolan Gault, William Gelder, Margery Mullen. The Senior Gift committee Was: Ralph Myers, chairman, Robert Marean, Virginia Wheeler, Florine Frank, Allen Young, Anne O'Neill. The Senior Traditions committee con- sisted of Dan Harvey, chairman, James Cazier, Paul Fontana, Sam Arentz, Jr., Bedell Beasley, Mary'McCulloch, Blanche Lucas, Don Brown, Jack Hill. Asha memorial gift to the campus, the senior class installed a drinking fountain in GEN E SALET Class lldmzager the Student Union building. SENIOR WEEK COMMITTEE Top Roca: Butler-Seem:-fl Row: Elliull, Galvin, Gnult, Hackett, ll1cCuHurh, Mullen, Needham, Shaver 3 8 GRADS THE PILGRIMAGE X he class of '33 takes its last look at familiar campus haunts as the annual trek is make around the, university. We:11'i11g their caps and gowns forthe first time the seniors spend the best part of the afternoon talking over thc achievements of the class and the name they have made for the university and intliviclual members of the class touched by the occasion make speeches. 3 9 " '- t mn 1- -.Sw EI A I 1 ,Qlnu -Q 1 ARTEMISHA F9314- GRADS PAUL ll. ADAMS llawthorne, Nevada Zoology-Lincoln Hall Association. IRVIN L. AYRES Reno, Nevada Spanish-Plii Sigma Kappa. ROBERT NENDEL ANDERSON Reno, Nevada Electrical Engineering-Alpha Tau Omcga5 Scabbard and Blade5 Rifle Team 2, 3, 4. ISABEL BAKER Reno, Ncx-'ada Eroriumics. SANIUEL SHAW ARENTZ, jr. Simpson, Nevada lllinhzg ami Illemllurgy-I.an1bda Chi Alpl1a5 Coffin and Keys5 Blue Key, President 45 Scabbard and Blade5 Crucible Club5 Associated Engine-ers5 Track 2, 3, 45 High School Student Body Presidents' Convention Committee, 2, 35 Con- stitution Revision Committee 3, 45 Student Senate 45 Soph- omore Representative to Executive Comnmittcc 25 A.S.U.N. Treasurer 3. YVALTER STEPHEN BARING Reno, Nevada llllzlhcumlicx and Cerumn-Artemisia Staff 25 junior jump Committee 25 Debate 2. DONALD W. ATCHESON Reno, Nevada Zoology and Chemistry-Alpha Tau Omcgag Blue Kcy5 Omega Mu Iota5 Honor Roll 35 junior Varsity Basketballg Frosh Baskcthall5 Artemisia l, 2, 3. ALICE M. BATCHELDER Elko, Nevada Home Economics-Home Economics Cluh5 Manzanita Hall Associationg Rachel Rand Scholarship I5 A.W.S. Scholarship 15 Y.W.C.A. Scholarship 3. KENNETH E. AUSTIN McGill, Nevada Zoology-Sigma Phi Sigrna5 Block N Sucictyg Sunn.iowncrs5 Varsity Football l, 2, 3, fi-5 Varsity Basketball l5 Boxing 2. CHARLES EDYVIN BATH Reno, Nevada Zoology-Omega Mu Iota5 Sagers 255 Varsity Football 15 Boxing 15 Mackay Day COl'lll'lliftDC l, 2, 3, Chairman 45 State Forensic Committee l. KENNETH L. D. AUSTIN Reno, Nevada Spanish-Delta Sigma Lambdag llonur Roll l. BUD LEWIS BEASLEY Santa Cruz, California History-Sigma Phi Sigma5 Block N Socicty5 Rachel Rand Scholarship5 Frosh Basketball 15 Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4. 40 GRADS WILLIAM R. BEEMER Sparks, Nevada Electrical E-ngi-nearing-Signia Nu, Cofnn and Keys, Presi- dent and Treasurer, Blue Key, Vice-President, Block N Society, Associated Engineers, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Varsity Track 3, Frosh Football, Frosh Basketball, junior Varsity Basketball 2, Sophomore Vigilance Committee, Men's Upperclass Committee 3, junior Prom Committee 3, Class President 1, Student Senate 4, Inter-Fraternity Council 3, "Three Dead Flysn, "The Racl-zz-tl', "Hills Follies", "Lil- liom", 'Androcles and the Lionl', "The Chester Mysteries". BEATRICE BOLLSCHWEILER Wells, Nevada llomt' Ec041-omics-Kappa Alpha Theta, Y. W. C. A. I, 4, Home Economics Club 3, 4, W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, IVI2lllZlll'lllCIl Hall Association l, 4, Robert Lcwers Scholarship l. VVALTER R. BELL Reno, Nevada Agriculmre-Lambda Chi Alpha, Chemistry Club, Aggie Club, Desert Wolf I. CHARLES DONALD BRONVN Reno, Nevada Haxinvss iidmiuirfrafinn-Phi Sigma Kappa, Inter-fraternity Council 3, Publications Board 4, Menls Upperclass Com- mittee 4, Honor Roll I, Artemisia Business Staff l, 2, 3, Manager 4, Sagebrush Business Stall 4, Senior 'I'radition Committee 4, Student Senate 4. ADELINE CLAIRE BELMONTE Stewart, Nevada Spanirlz-Pi Beta Phi, W.A.A., Y.W.C.A., I-'ine Arts Group, Newman Club, Varsity Badminton 3, Tennis 3. RUTH BROWN Oakland, California Spimirh-Delta Delta Delta, Desert Wolf 3, 4. WILLIAM ELDEN BEST Fallon, Nevada Electrical Elrzgi1wcri1zfg-Lincoln Hall Association, A.I.E.E. and Associated Engineers, Tennis l, Rifle Team 1, 2. ESTELLE CORA BRYANT Bridgeport, California Ilnmf' Ecofrzomfcr. DANIEL PERRIN BLEDSOE Reno, Nevada Zoology-Alpha Tau Omega, Block N Society President 4, Omega Mu Iota, Honor Roll 4, Varsity Basketball l, 2, 3, -l-, Varsity Football 4. MARY ELIZABETH BURT Goldheld, Nevada Foreign Lzmgrrngrx-Manzanita Hall Association, President 4, YV.A.A. MONTY ROLAND Reno, Nevada History-Phi Sigma Kappa, Varsity Football 2, Varsity Basketball 2, 3, Frosh Basketball, Ifrosh Football. DONALD EDGAR BUTLER Sparks, Nevada Chcmirlry-Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Sigma Kappa, Masque and Dagger, Campus Players, Cheni- istry Club,I-lonor Roll 3, Lcwis D. Folsom Scholarship 3, Sagebrush 1, Desert Wolf 2, Senior Week Committee 4, University Song Leader 4, "june Moon" 2,"As You Like Ita' 3, l'Ghosts" 4, "Tommy" 4, Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club Accompanist 2, 3, 4. 4l ARTEMUSIA IQ34 GRADS CARRY CALLAHAN Fallon, Nevada Hixfory-Alpha Tau Omega. GLADYS BERNICE COMPSTON NVellington, Nevada I'Ii.rlary-Manzanita Hall Assneizltiun, President CFall Sem- esterlg Wnmc-n's Upperclass Cummittec 4-9 A.W.S. Executive 4. ' ELIZABEH CARPENTER Reno, Nevada Zuulngy--Kappa Alpha Thetag Omega Mu Iota Secretary- 'l'reasurer 29 Sagebrush l, 2, 39 Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 2, ALICIA EVELYN COUCH Reno, Nevada Spanish-Gamma Phi Betag Fine Arts Clubg Pan-Hellenic Council 49 Cosmopolitan Clllbj Fresh Glee Conmmitteeg Senior Week Committee-9 Class Vice-President li Class Secretary 29 President Gamma Phi Beta 4. ' CAlVllLl,E LOUISE CERRITA Reno, Nc'vm.la French and 801111191-Beta Sigma Omicrong Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3, vice-111-fsidfm 49 Chairman of Point System Committee 3, -I-. VIRGINIA CROSS Sparks, Nevada fliufivril. Lfmgzmgcs-Gainnm Phi lletag Phi Kappa Phig Hunur Roll 2, 39 Women's Upperclass Committee 39 Fresh- man Class SCCI'Ci.Zll'y3 Sophomore Class Vice-l"rcsidcnt 2. .IOHN EDWARD CHISM Reno, Nevada Eluclrical Engineering-Sigma Alpha Epsilung Cofliu and Kcysg A.I.E.E.5 I'resident Associated Engineers -l-9 Block N Socielyg Robert Lewers Sclwlarship lg Tennis 2, 39 Foot- ball lVIanager 39 Homecoming Committee 4-9 Traditiuns Re- vision Committee 4-9 Student Senate -I-. VVILLIAM -I. CROWELL Tnnopali, Nevada E1-fnmmius-Sig'n1a Alpha Epsilun9 Blue Keyg Press Clubg Publications liuardg Rose Sigler Mathews Scholarship lg Minor Sports lVIanager 49 Sagebrush l, 2, 39 Sophonmre Vigilance Committee 29 Assistant Yell Leader 3, 4-9 Wolves Frulic -I-, Italic N. ERVIN HAROLD CHRISTENSEN ' Sparks, Nevada Elecfriral Engince'riug-Delta Sigma Lambda.. HAROLD .IAIWES CURRAN Reno, Nevada EClll2f1lilfE5'AlPl1Il Tau Omegag Collin and Keysg Block N Society, Varsity Football lg Basketball l, 2, 3, 4-. RICHARD MONROE CLEWETT Yerington, Nevada EC01lDl7IfL'51bIUl1Illf Varsity Basketball 39 Stage and Techni- cal Staff 49 "Tummy" 49 Debate 29 Awarded Scabbard and Blade Medal for Military Efficiency 3. JOHN CURTIS Victoria, British Columbia ,Mining-lleta Kappa. ' 42 GRADS ALBERT D'ALESSANDRO Luvelnck, Nevada Elncfrical EIIgi71l.'fFf'IlgTLlDCUID Hall Association. WENDELL HOWARD DUPLANTIS Reno, Nevada Plli.'u.rnphy-Scahbzzrd and Blade, Honor Roll 4, Rohert Lewers Scholarship lg Rifle 'I'C2ll'l1 l, 2, 4. AILENE DANIELS Rena, Nevada I"rencb-Iieta Sigma Omicrong Y.W.C.A., W.A.A., Saddle and Spurs, Rifle, Riding, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet. FRED EIKELBERGER Sparks, Nevada Phyxirx. AIOIIN MARTIN DEKINDER Loveluck, Nevada Efcclrical Ei77gi71El7l'i7lg'LZll'l1bCl2l Chi Alpha, Newman Cluhg A.I.E.E., Associated Engineers, Frosh Glue Cunnnitteeg Glee Cluh, Interfraternity Council. RUSSELL RICHARD ELLIOTT McGill, Nevada llirmry-Lzxinbaia Chi Alpha, Sundownersg Phi Kappa Phi, Honor Roll 2, 35 Glec Club 3, 43 Tennis l, 25 Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Tennis Singles Champion lg lVlcn's Uppcrclass Cummittee 3, 4, Senior Week Committee, Wolves Frolic 4, University Double Quartet. LOUIS DELLAMONICA Yeringtun, Nevada Elccfriral ElIgf1ll'Ffi11g'Nll Eta Epsilung Assuciatetl Engin- eers, A.I.E.E., Linculn Hall Associntinng Tumbling 3, 4. HARRY HIIBERT ERVIN Reno, Nevada Efufmluics-I'l1i Sigma Kappa. FLORENCE DISKIN Reno, Nevada English-Kappa Alpha Theta, Chi Delta Phi, Vice-I'residcl1t 3, Cap and Scroll, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3, President 45 Press Cluh 45 Glue Club 2,3, Sagebrush 2, 3, A.W.S. Execir tive 4-. MARGOT EVANS Reno, Nevada EugIi.rh-Gannna Phi Beta, Fine Arts Gruupg Pan-Hellenic Council, Constitution Revision Committee 3. BEVERLY FORREST DOUGLAS Reno, Nevada Economics-I'hi Sigma Kappa, Interfraternity Cuuncil 3, 4, President 4, Artemisia 3, 4, junior Editor 43 Seniur Week Committee. GRANVILLE ARTHUR FLETCHER Eureka, Nevada Ecrmozaficr-Plli Sigma Kappa, Sundownersg Bar Association Scholarship, Cheney Scholarship, Freshman Basketball, De- bate Manager 35 Debate I, 2, 3, 4. 43 ARTEMISIA i934 ARTEMISIA I934 GRADS KERWIN FOLEY Sparks, Nevada History-Alpha Tau Omega. WILLIAM GILMARTIN Sparks, Nevada English-Sign1a Nu, Cofhn and Keysg Sundownt-rs, Inter- fratcrnity Council, Artcmisia 1, 2, Editor 35 Sagebrush 1, 2. PAUL FONTANA Sparks, Nevada Electriml Engineering-Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Kappa Phi, Collin and Keys5 Nu Eta Epsilon, Scabhard and Blade, Treasurer 43 A.I.E.E.g Blue Key, Newman Club, President 33 Associated Engineersg Honor Roll 3, W. R. C. Mitchell Scholarship 33 Varsity Boxing 1, Varsity Track 2, 3, 45 Rifle Team l, Z, 3, 4, Circle N, Sagebrush lg Haseman jones Memorial Committee 35 Rally Committee Chairman 3, 4, Soph Vigilance Committee Chairman 25 A.S,U.N. Yell Leader 3, 45 Wolves Frolic 45 R. O. T. C. Major. MILDRED ERMYNE GOODIN Reno, Nevada llisiory-Kappa Alpha Thetag Pan-Hellenic Association 3. FREDERICK FOSTER Ely, Nevada Zoology and Chemistry-Plmi Sigma Kappa. ANGELO E. GRANATA Reno, Nevada Electrical Engineering- Beta Kappa Associated Engineers, A.I.E.E. ROCTOR B. FUHRMAN U Reno, Nevada Economics-Sigma Phi Sigma5 Block N Society, Varsity Football Manager 33 Frosh Glee Committee 15 Soph Vigi- lance Committee 25 Chairman Senior Gift Committee -lg Chairman State Iligh School Track Meet Committee 4. GUILD GRAY Reno, Nevada English- Phi Sigma Kappa. CLARA ELEANORE CALVIN Sparks, Nevada History-Delta Delta Delta, SagensgHonor Roll l, 25 Desert Wolf 1, 2, 39 Women's Editor 35 Fresh Glee Com- mittee Rally Committee 35 junior Prom Committee, Secretary to Executive Committee 45 Chairman Senior Week Commit- tee 4, A. S. U. N. Senate 4-5 Secretary A. S. U. N. 43 Sec- retary A. S. U. N. Senate 4, Mackay Day Queen 3. MARY MARGARET GRIFFIN Sparks, Nevada Hirmry. NOLAN GAULT Reno, Nevada flgricnllure-Beta Kappa. ,IESSIE GULLING Reno, Nevada French-Delta Delta Delta. 44 CRADS ABAGAIL MERLE HACKETT Reno, Ncvatla Botany-Kappa Alpha ThetagNews Bureau lg Sagebrush lg Senior Week Committee 45 YVolves Frolic l, 2, 3, 4, Glce Club 4-5 Folk Festival 4. PAUL L. HARTMAN Reno, Nevada Electrical Engirwvririg--Plii Kappa Phi, Nu Eta Epsilon, Presitlent, Kappa Kappa Psi, Associated Engineers, Secre- tary-Treasurerg A.I.E.E. President, Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 45 Elmer Clough Scholarship 25 Regents Scholarship 3, junior Class Treasurer 3, Wolves Frolic 35 Band l, 2. MRS. JOHN I'lAMMI'I"I' Los Angeles, California Ilirlnry. DANIEL MARTIN HARVEY Reno, Nevada Efectriml Errginesrirzg-Betal Kappa, Blue Key, Scabbard and llladeg Coffin and Keys, A.I.E.E.g Associated Engineers 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 43 Interfraternity Council 3, Track lg Basketball lg Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Haseman-jones Memorial Committee 33 Men's Uppcrclass Committee 4-g Vigilance Committee 2, Soph Hop Committee 2, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3, Class President 2, Senate 4, Wolves Frolic 4. JOHN EDGAR HAMMOND Ursine, Nevada flltzthmzmlics-Vzlrsity Football lg Boxing 2. ELMER P. IIAWKINS Grass Valley, California Mining-Alplia Tau Omega, Blue Key, Interfraternity Council. BELA ALAN HARCOS Los Angeles, California Economics-Alpha Tau Omega, Scabbard and Blade, Captain 3, 4, International Relations Club, Rifle Team 3, 4, Home- coming Day Committee 35 Wolves Frolic 3. ,IOHN JOSEPH HILL Reno, Nevada Busivi-ers I1dl7li!I-i.VI'dli0'!I1siglllil Nu, Blue Key, Block N Society, Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 4-5 Senior Traditions Committee 4. LORNA ENID HARRIS Reno, Nevada French-Delta Delta Delta. FLOYD HOLT Dallas, Oregon History-Pl1i Sigma Kappa. HOWARD JACKSON HART jr. Piedmont, California Electrical Erzgivz-caring-Lincoln Hall Association, Nu Eta Epsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, A.I.E.E. Honor Roll 2, 35 Carl Otto Herz Scholarship, Men's Upperclass Committee 3. ROBERT LOWELL HORSCHMAN Reno, Nevada lllvchrmicnl E11.ginecri1zg-Blue Key, Scabbard and Blade, Secretary 35 A.S.M.E.5 Associated Engineers, Varsity Foot- ball 25 Junior Varsity Football 2, Soph Vigilance Committee. 45 ARTEMISIA l93Li ARTEMISIA WML GRADS RALPH -I. HROMADKA Santa Moxiica, California Ilfludern Lmzguagc-Block N Socictyg Track 3, 4. KENNETH JOHNSON Goldfleld, Nevada Evzglixb-Sigma Alpha Epsilong Coffin and Keys, Blue Keyg Press Club 45 Basketball lg Football lg Sagebrush 2, 3, Editor 45 News Bureau 25 Junior jump Committeeg "An- drocles and the Lion", Wolves Frolic 35 Debate 25 Circle N5 Italic Ng Chairman Frosh Handbook. MILDRED HUBER Reno, Nevada Home Ecavwmicx'-Won1en's Upperclass Committee 35 Mac- kay Day Committee 4. CHARLES KOERNER Westwood, California Erorzomfcx--Lzilnhda Chi Alphag Blue Key. LOIS HUTCHINSON Reno, Nevada English-Gamma Phi Bctag Chi Delta Phig Fine Arts Group, Honor Roll 1, Sagebrush 2. MARGARET ADELE KORNMAYER Reno, Nevada Home Economics-Delta Delta Deltag Gothic N5 Cap and Scrollg Home Economics Clubg W.A.A., President 45 Wo- men's Upperclass Committee 45 Associated VVomen's Execu- tive Committee 4-. GEORGE JACKSON Ely, Nevada Economics-Beta Kappa. ROBERT STEPHEN LEIGHTON Wells, Nevada Civil E1zginecring1Sign1:1 Nu, Coflin and Keysg Nu Eta Ep- silong Block N Society, Sundowncrsg Associated Engineers, A.S.C.E., Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4-5 Sophomore Vigilance Committee. THERESA JAUREGUI Elko, Nevada Spafn.i.vh-Kappa Alpha Thctag Y.W.C.A. 2, Artemisia 35 News Bureau 4. BLANCHE LOUISE LUCAS Fallon, Nevada Xpmzfisli--Delta Delta Deltag Chi Delta Phi, Honor Roll 35 Washoe County Bar Association Scholarshipg Tennis lg W. A.A. l, Sagebrush 1, 2, 39 News Bureau 25 Women's De- bate Manager 3, 43 Senior Traditions Committee 43 Wolves Froliclg Intercollegiate Debate l, 2, 3, 4. INA JOHNSON Reno, Nevada French and Spanish-Delta Delta Delta, Phi Kappa Phig Chi Delta Phig Campus Playersg Pan-Hellenic Council 45 Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4, Sophomore Regent's Scholarship, jun- ior Regent's Scholarshipg Sagebrush l, 25 Desert Wolf 25 Frosh Glee Committee. PEARL LUNSFORD Reno, Nevada Zoulogy-Kappa Alpha Theta. 46 GRADS ROBERT PHILIP MAREAN Fallon, Nevada Philosophy-Lincoln Hall Association, Rose Seigler Math- ews Scliolarship, Riile Team , 2, Frosh Glcc Committee, Mackay Day Committee 4, Freshman Class President, Inter- Fraternity Council 3, Debate 2, Glee Cluh 4. EDWARD S. MONTGOMERY Burlingame, California English-Alpha Tau Omega, Press Cluh 3, President 4, lVlcu's Glce Club 1, 2, 3, Varsity Football l, Sagebrush l,2, Assistant Editor 3, Associate Editor 4, Artemisia l, Frosh Glee Committee, Senate 4, Publications Board 4, Wolves Frolic 2, 3, 4. MARGARET MARTIN Reno, Nevada lfomny ami Evzglfsh-Kappa Alpha Theta, Chi Delta Phi, Sagcns, Campus Players, Honor Roll l, 2, 3, 4, A.W.S. Scholarship 1, Rally Committee 3, Frosh Glee Committee, junior Prom Committee,"Whole Townls 'l'alking"4, Wolves Frolic 2, 3, 4, Secretary State High School Forensic League l, Z, 3, -l-, Pan-Hellenic Council. BRUCE KNEELAND MOORE Reno, Nevada Chcmfslry-Sign1a Phi Sigma, Scabhartl and Blade, Omega Mu Iota, Chemistry Club, Honor Roll l, 3, 4, Tennis l, 3. MARY E. NICCULLOCH Loveloclc, Nevada Hixlary-Kappa Alpha Theta,Sagebrush l, 2, 3, Artemisia I, 2, 3, News Bureau 2, 3, Frosh C-lee Committee, Soph Hop Committee, Senior Ball Committee, Honorary Major 3. GLADYS CATHERINE MORRIS Reno, Nevada Spanish-Kappa Alpha Theta, Sagens 3, Honor Roll 3, Sagebrush I, 2, Desert Wolf l, 2, 3, Homecoming Day Committee 3, Senate 4, Executive Committee 4, Wolves Frolic I, 2, Spring' Festival l, 2, Secretary to Graduate Man' ager 4-. PATRICIA MCCULLOCH Reno, Nevada lIi.vlury-Kappa Alpha 'llllCt1lg Artcmisia 2, 3, 4, Sagebrusll l, 2. MARGERY MULLEN Tonopah, Nevada El1,g1i,fIl'1KLlPPH Alpha TllCtil5Al'fCl71lSl1l fl-, Honorary Major 4, Campus Players, Senior Week Committee. AIEAN MCINTYRE Reno, Nevada English-Kappa Alpha Theta, Campus Players, Masque and Dagger, Atlolphus Leigh Fitzgerald Scholarship, News Bur- eau 1, Sagebrush l, 2, Artemisia 2, Fresh Glen' Committee, Freshman Class Vice-President, "As You Like It","Gl1osts", "Tommy", Wolves Frolic 1, 2, 3, Mackay Day Queen 3. RALPH MYERS Coldlield, Nevada ECI'IllI!l.'fC.Y1'Sigl'I1Zl Phi Sigma. NORMAN MCKENZIE Verdi, Nevada Elvutrfml E7!gi1lL'L'l'i1lg1 Alpha Tau Omega. V SARA ELISABETHE NASH Reno, Nevada flf'lrnlm'ru Lrmgmlgsar. , p 47 ARTEMISIA 19314 ARTEMISIA i934 GRADS FRED ERIC NEEDHAM Auburn, California Civil Engineering-Scabbard and Blade, Treasurer 4, A.S.C. E., Associated Engineers, Senior Week Committee 4. KATHRYN CONSTANCE PIELIZZARI Reno, Nevada Spzzllivh aml Holnny. PAUL LEWIS NICHOLS Reno, Nevada :Mechanical E71gi7lBEl'7lg'TSCZIbl71lfd and Blade, Associated Engineers, A. S. M. E., Cadet Major 4-. DONALD K. PERRY Yerington, Nevada lIi.vrnryWLincoln Hall Association. AL O'CONNELL Reno, Nevada Emunmics-Alpha Tau Omega. NEIL PLATH Reno, Nevada Elirclriml Erzghzewizzg-Signia Phi Sigma, Sczihhard and Blade. ANNE NIARIE O'NEILL Tonopah, Nevarla Hixlory-Delta Delta Delta, Newman Club 4, Vice-President 4, Fine Arts Group, Desert Wolf l, 2, 3, News Bureau 1, 2, Senior Gift Committee. i CHARLOTTE E. POPE Virginia City, Nevada Economics-Beta Sigma Omicron, Cap and Scroll President 4, Chi Delta Phi, Gothic N, W.A.A., Y.VV.C.A., Home Economics Club, Women's Upperclass Committee 3, Chair- man 4, A.W.S. Executive Committee 4, W.A.A. Executive Committee 2, 3, Senate 4, Pan-Hellenic Council 3, High School Play Day Committee 3, Women's Representative to Finance Control 4. ODD NILSEN OTTERAAEN Reno, Nevada Eleclricnl Ellgi?l'E5filLgT'Lll1C0ll"l Hall Association, A.I.E.E., Associated Engineers, Rachael Rand Scholarship, Track, 1, 2, ll-. DOROTHY E. POPE Virginia City, Nevada Ilfnlheruzatics-Beta Sigma Omicron, Gothic N, Chi Delta Phi, W.A.A., Y.W.C.A., Home Economics Club, Junior Prom Cimmittee 3, Pan-Hellenic Council 4, W.A.A. Execu- tive 3, 4, High School Play Day Committee 3. GAILE PARSONS Los Angeles, California Polilicnl Science-Sigina Alpha Epsilon, Coflin and Keys, Block N Society, President 4, Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Chairman Vigilance Committee 2, Coaches Committee, Coaching Stall 4, Men's Upperclass Committee 4, Senior Class Treasurer. ALONZO PRIEST Sparks, Nevada Spanish-Sigma Nu, Blue Key, Sundowners, Block N Socie- ty, Secretary 4, Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Frosh Basketball, junior Varsity Basketball 2, Men's Upperclass Committee, Senior Week Committee, Interfraternity Council 3, Senior Ball Committee 3, Wolves Frolic 1, 2. 48 GRADS MAR.IORIE LOUISE RECORD Reno, Nevada I"rench-Kappa Alpha Theta, Artemisia 2, 3. OSCAR ROBINSON Reno, Nevada Englrh-Fine Arts Group, Sponsor. EDWARD '1'llIEL REDMAN Reno, Nevada Euxincs: .f1dmi1ri.r1f'alinu-Blue Key,Sagers, Frosh Football. ADELYN MARGARET ROTHOLTZ Reno, Nevada Sjumixh-Press Club 4, Chemistry Club, Fine Arts Group, News Bureau 4, Y.W.C.A., Sagebrush l, 2, 3, 4, Artemisia l, 2, 3, 4, Desert Wulf 1, 2, 3, Senior Gift Committee, Italic N. JACK ROBERT REED Napa, California fllmchrmical Engin:raving-Lincoln Ilall Association, A.S. IVI.E., Associated Engineers, Men's Upperclass Committee. HELEN JEAN ROWE Reno, Nevada English-Pi Beta Phi, Fine Arts Group, Sagebrush l, 2, Desert Wolf l. LOUISE REII, Winnemucca, Nevada lllarhematics-Manzanita Hall Association. EUGENE ALBERT SALET Fernley, Nevada History-Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Collin and Keys, Blue Key, Scahhard and Blade, Vice-President 4, Block N Society, Interfraternity Council 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball 1, 2, 3, Frosh Glee Committee, Chairman l, Soph Hop Committee, junior Prom Committee 4, I-Iigh School Student Bocly Presidents' Conven- tion3, Chairman 4, lVIen's Rr:presentative to Finance Control Committee 3, Senior Class Manager 4, Wolves Frolic 2. THOMAS IIAYNES ROBERTS Lovelock, Nevada Zoology-Lambda Chi Alpha, Omega Mu Iota, Interfratern- ity Council. JEAN SAUER Franktown, Nevada llumi: Ecumnmicx-Delta Delta Delta, Sigma Sigma, Press Club, Home Economics Club, Honor Roll l, Faculty Wo' men's Scholarship, Sagebrush l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Artem- isia Business StalT l, Desert Wolf 1, 2, Y.W.C.A., Girl Reserve Advisor l, 2, 3. DORTI-IA ELIZAIBETII ROBERTSON Reno, Nevada History-Delta Delta Delta, Chi Delta Phi, Cap and Scroll, Pan-Hellenic Council, President 4, Y.W.C.A. 2, 3. MYRA SAUER Franktowu, Nevada English-Delta Delta Delta, Gothic N, Cap and Scroll, Phi Kappa Phi, Press Club, Y.W.C.A. l, 2, 3, Secretary 3, Honor Roll 1, W.A.A. Scholarship, Rifle 1, 2, 3, 4, Circle N, Sagebrush 1, 2, Society Editor 3, 'Women's Editor 4, Artemisia l, 2, 3, Italic N, Freshman Bible Committee 3, 4. 49 ARTEMISIA 19315 ARTEMISIA H9319 GRADS GEORGE SCHILLINC Hayward, California Civil Eu-giuL'eri1zg-Alplia Tau Omegag Associated Engin- eersg A.S,C.E.g Sundowners, President 4. NEVADA SOLARI Reno, Nevada Modern. Lrmgzmger-Gamma Phi Beta, Phi Kappa Phi, Y. W.C.A. Cahinetg Honor Roll l, 2, 3, Sophomore Regents Scholarship5 Sagebrush l. DORIS E. SHAVER Sparks, Nevada Spanish-Pi Beta Phi, Sagens l, 2, 3, 45 Campus Players 3, 45 Fine Arts Group 3, 45 Senior Week Committee 45 Wolves Frolic 3, -l-. A YVINSTON L. SOMEIIVILLE Westwood, California cfivfl E11-girwcriwzg-Lamhda Chi Alpha5 A.S.C.E.5 Glce Club 35 Associated Engineers. CATHERINE MARIE SLAVIN Tonopah, Nevzula Euglixh-Kappa Alpha Theta, Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 25 Arte- misia 1, 2, 3, 45 Soph Hop Committee, Wolves Frolic 3, 45 Newman Club 3, Vice-President 4. KERBY CARL STODDARD Reno, Nevada CAwmislry-Phi Sigma Kappa, Sigma Sigma Kappa, Chem' istry Club, Vice-President 3, President 4. FRANCES E. SlVlITH Midas, Nevada English-Kappa Alpha Theta5 Press Club, Artemisia 1, 25 Sagebrush I, 2, 3, Assistant Editor 45 Frosh Glee Committs:e5 Soph Hop Committee5 High School Presidents' Committee 3, 45 Freshman Class Secretaryg Italic N. MARJORIE KATHLEEN STOUT Sparks, Nevada History-Women's Glee Club 1, 3, 4, President 45 Wolves Frolic 3, 4. JOHN S. SNIITH Oakland, California Civil Eugirzeeri-ng-Stray Greeks5 Coiiin and Keys5 A.S.C. E., Associated Engineers, President 35 Mackay Day Cona- mittee 2, 35 Homecoming Day Committee 3, Chairman 45 Traditions Revision Committee 45 YVolves Frolic 2, 4. CECIL A. STOWELL Turlock, California lllechrmicfzl Engirweriug-Sigma Phi Sigma5A.S.M.E., As- sociated Engineersg Sundowners, President 45 Block N So- cietyg Varsity Football 2, 3, 45 Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 45 Boxing5 Uppcrclass Committeeg Sophomore Vigilance Com- mittee. MARTHINE M. SOLARES Reno, Nevada Spanish-Beta Sigma Omicrong Cap and Scroll, Gothic N5 W.A.A., Sagebrush 1, 2, 35 Chairman A. W. S. Constitution Revision Committee, Senior Ball Committee 35 A. W. S. Executive Committee 35 W.A.A. Play Day Committee5 W.A. A. Executive Committee l, 2, 35 A.S.U.N. Executive Com- mittee 4-, Women's Representative to Finance Control 35 Vice-President A.S.U.N. 45 President Associated Women Students 45 Student Senate 45 News Bureau l5 Treasurer W.A.A. 3. JOHN SWEARINGEN Reno, Nevada Minirzg-Beta Kappa. 50 GRADS ALFRED 'IIIIIES Ilayward, California dgriezlflurc-Alplia Tau Omega, Block N Society, Sundown- ers, Aggie Cluh, Varsity Football l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, 3, Boxing 1, 2. VIRGINIA MARCELLA YVIIEELER Reno, Nevada Home Ecvnomiav-Kzlppa Alpha Theta, Phi Kappa Phi, Sigma Sigma, Home Economics Club President 3, 4, Honor Roll I, 3, Senior Gift Committee, Homecoming Committee 3, Mackay Day'C0mmittce 4, Freshman Secretary, Pan- Ilellcnic Council 3, 4, Mackay Day Queen 4. THOMAS JAMES TRYTHALL Ruth, Nevada Zuulngy-Phi Sigma Kappa, Kappa Kappa Psi, Omega Mu Iota, Band l, 2, 3. PATTON WILLARD Oakdale, California Mining-Signma Phi Sigma. LESLIE PEARL UPSON Reno, Nevada Chfruzislry-Lamhda Chi Alpha, Chemistry Cluh. MARY REYNOLDS WILLIAMS Sparks, Nevada Euglixh-Kappa Alpha Theta, Phi Kappa Phi, Chi Delta Phi Secretary 4, Press Club, Campus Players 2, Newman Club Secretary 3, Honor Roll 2, 4, Sagebrush 2, 3, 4, Ar- temisia 3, 4, Italic N. WAYNE VAN VOORHIS Fallon, Nevada Pxychulogy-Alpha Tau Omega, Scabhard and Blade, Cap- tain 4. DONNA WILLSON Reno, Nevada llixlory-Delta Delta Delta. ,IAMES DOUGLAS WALLACE Ely, Nevada Civil Engfucaring-Lambda Chi Alpha, Sunduwners, Blue Key, Press Club, A.S.C.E., Sagebrush 3, Italic N, Mackay Day Committee 2, 3, President A.S.U.N. 4, Student Senate President 4, Wolves Frolic 4, President Interfraternity Council 3. MRS. ESMERALD SMITH WOGAN Reno, Nevada English. SESSIONS WHEELER Reno, Nevada Bolany-Sigma Nu, Artemisia Business Manager 3. JAMES ALLEN YOUNG Reno, Nevada English, Psychology-Alpha Tau Omega, Phi Kappa Phi, Honor Roll I, 3, 4, Senior Gift Committee, Rille Team 2. 51 ARTEMISIA 19314 ARTEMISIA l93lL OTHER GRADS MARCELLE BARKLEY . Zoology HAZURA SINGH BIRDI . Electrical E11-gineering CLETO BENGOA . Civil Engineering JOHN BRYAN .... Jlflcchmzical Engi'neL'riv1.g DAVID CLARK ' .... Zoology A ' MRS.. HOWARD 'CONNORS English MAX CROWELL . lllining A KENNETH ELCES . Zoology ' FRED FUETCH . . . M echanical .Engineering LIONEL GRINDELL . Ilfinivzg FRANK HOWLAND . C ivil E11giueeri11-g THOMAS KACHOS . . Mechanical Engineering ANNA LANGBERG . . Zoology . ROY SALSBURY . Ilixtnry , MAGNUS SCHERUPP . fl griculmre CHRISTINA SMITH . Home Ecuvlfomics RALPH SMITPI . Agricullure ALBERT SUTHERLAND . Economic: MARYA TFIOMPSON . . English BETH WEST . Psychology JOHN WILSLEF . Spanish GENEVIEVE WOLF . English 52 . Fallon, Nevada French Camp, California . . Reno, Nevada . Placentia, California . Reno, Nevada . Reno, Nevada . Grocnficld, Indiana . Reno, Nevada . . Reno, Nevada . Glendale, California Sacramento, California '. Reno, Nevada . Renu,' Nevada . Reno, Nevada . Moravia, Idaho . Elko, Nevada . Reno, Nevada . Reno, Nevada . Reno, Nevada . Reno, Nevada . Reno, Nevada . Rfgno, Nevada GRADS UNDERGRADS X, UNDERGRADUATILS fflf' IUMA' . . . ffn' fmt jinffzlfr' . . . fha: calf! lake . . . 'ZU1IifL- -wnxlz . . . nmlrxkins . . . ffm TJigilII7lfl'S . . . jmjrpy love . mrrfs . . . IljJf?I'7'C!!I5.YI7ll'lL . . . Cut day . . . the Prom . l'1'.vj207L5ff1ffffy . . . , ARTEMISIA WM UNDERGRADS Top Rona: Ackernmn, Alvzkvr, Arvzbrusler, .f1lc15exou, flefmres, Baleer-Second Roca: Barber, Rarenga, Harrell, Helm, Berry, Bibb-Third Row: Blacklcflge, Blakely, Bliss, Brodie, Braili, Bum-Fvurth Roco: Byrd, Cmumu, Carman, Carroll, Caslzill, Cazier-Fiflh Rucc: L'hmz.vlur, Chavez, Christian, J. Clark, L. Clncrk, M. Clark- Sixllz Row: Cleary, Camixh, Crepx, Del Grande, Diclcrrson, Du Four JUNIGR CLASS Ggzgn view of its activities on the campus this year, the class of '35 promises to he one of the most outstand- ing in the history of the university. Under the guidance of Frandsen Loomis, class manager, the Juniors Were par- ipzmts in nearly every sport, publications, student govern- ment, social functions, and other organizations on the hill. As freshmen the members of the class defeated the-mir sophomore opponents in the annual field day and the fol- lowing year overcame the yearlings to win the coveted honor of wearing white vests and clerbies. The Soph Hop given hy the '35ers was given at the , 1 State building, and its success showed that the class knew how to promote social functions. It was the only class dance to be held that semester. 54 FRANDSEN LOOMIS Clam ll-Irmager UNDERGRADS . ., , ,,.1L,,,,, ,g,,,,, 1,,A,,, -1, 711, 1,7 ,-,,,,,,1- , . - 14-11-"W, YA. Y :Mgr-Y Y -W . W V ,. 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' '11 gl '11' ,.4.1 j". .' Y Z, '11'.'. '1 '., , , -' l 1 ' -,'1'- , ,1 , v -'I 1' "iff-. . - L-11-'1 '11H1!H1."lf - '- 11' '17 A 11-..111111- - ' 'Q 1: - ,I-1:-, T ' 1: 111 -.jx "1 1 ' ' , 1: ,mm " ,, uf - , -.:- 11 1 :1 . , 1 ,- 1,-,-.-11 , . I .1 , 1 1 .,, . W- K I I. ,.1... --....1,1-,..,-M1111 1-HELL -I I J -,Q 1- - 1 ,, 1-wk..--1-I-11.7. fy' 2.1--.. -.:.4.., ' g.11Jg,an-neg., 5 .,-.4 ,5.a1.-:.1-Danzig-121-,,,3t1 , ARTEMISIA IWW UNDERGRADS I T012 Row: Lyons, D. MHCl1fJ'Jldl1i, G. 4'ld!lCd0IlIllti, Mack, flflarLea1L, Maller-Sc'c0r1d Row: Nlnlloy, Martinez, 1l4CCIIll0Ch, McEl'ro3i, McGuire, lldclnlyrr:-Thin! Rofc: lVlcLead, lVlcl'lflL'1mmin, llflvmuzle, 114. Nlillcr, 0. Aliller, llflurgrztten-Fnnrlh Row: Nason, Nay, Ncrldenricp, Ncllignu, Nelson, Nichols-Fifth Raw: 04611, Olson, Park, Parmrm, Pnrmcnler, Peck-Sixth Row: Per Lee, Peterson, Phillips, Pi-nic, Place, Ralhvr JUNIOR CUT DAY ne day each spring is set apart by the members of tthe Junior class, though not by the university, in which to cast aside all dull cares which may beset the normal junior such as classes and books. The tradition has been observed for many years and will probably be observed for many more. For some reason or another the class stages a celebrauion in its honor usually in the sur- rounding foothills or at Tahoe or Pyramid. Previous to the Whiskerinrn of Mackay Day, a beard growing contest along with a dance was a part of the day's festivities. When April 18th rolled around this spring the jun- iors proved their class loyalty almost to a man and follow- ed Ray Frolich and his committee of Bill Gelder and Orison Miller where they might lead. 56 RAY FROLICH Cul Day Chairman UNDERGRADS Top Raw: Records, Rhodrx, Rice, Richanlr, Robvrlsuvz, Roxxolo-Second Razr: Savage, Scotl, Semeuza, Sbm- hfm, Shiziler, Smalley-Tllini Row: Swizflz, Smilbe, Springmeyer, Southworth, Stark, Stefani-Fozrfflz Raw: Sr. Clair, Slack, D. Sulliimrzv, J. Szrllituzn, Thnrp, Tlzompwm,-Fiflh Rvrv: Tidball-Rhvrler, Toquero, Turner, WflliJ01l-Ull1h6I'TSiXfh Rosa: Vflcnvich, PValkw', Willinf1z.v, Del Wifiiger, Wittenberg, W111'1z SENIOR BALL s a fitting close to a year already filled with brilliant social events, members of the Junior class sponsored Ei' the annual Ball given in honor of the graduating seniors. The formal which marks the official close of the social year is restricted to upperclassmen who may be escorted to the dance by an underclassman or Woman. This year the Ball will be held in the Washcie County Library Building on May ll and promises to be one of the finest of its kind with plans made to give the seniors a rousing and enjoyable send-off that they will not soon for- get. Victor Carroll, as chairman of the committee in Charge of arrangements will be assisted in his Work by Clay Heilman, Robert Maher , Brooks Park, George Steffens, Ralph lVlenante, Sallie Fagan, and Juana Barber. 57 vic'roR CARROLL Sciziivr Brill Chairman ARTEMESIA lQ3lL ARTEMISIA V934 UNDERGRADS 'T SGPHOMORE CLASS nder the leadership of Joe Clark, class manager the sophomores enjoyed a successful social year. The Soph Hop held on October 28 at the County Library Building was a very enjoyable affair and well attended for the first class formal of the year. The committee in charge of arrangements for the dance was .headed by Edward Paradis and consisted of Frank Quilici, Carl Dodge, Claude Hunter, WalterBartlett, Orva Selkirk, Rita Gunter, and Mary Corecco. However, during the annual Soph-Frosh Field day the claw sulfered an upset when the Hrst-year men cleaned up a majority of the available points in practically all of the events. The Frosh greatly outnumbered the Sophs and proceeded to take the matter in their own hands. j'OSEl'l-I CLARK Clnxs llflanngrr The vigilance committee in charge of Howard Christensen for the first semester and under the rule of Ed Sullivan for the second, had a trying year in dealing with the freshmen. The overbalancing number of yearlings coupled with their intestinal forti- tude made the enforcement of the campus traditions most difficult. Intended "lakings" of the Frosh more often resulted in a duel-Qing party for any sophomores who were so unfortunate as to be in sight. In spite of a general campus feeling that all physical haz- ing for tradition violations should be abolished, the vigilance committee continued to function during the spring semester, and succeeded in keep-ing the erring Frosh much better in hand. Various members of the class have shown interest in student activities in general and several have earned berths on the varsity and minor sport teams as well as the publi- cations, student committees, and social groups of the campus. SOPH VIGILANCE COMMITTEE Smmlingi Franklin, Auslhi, Bro-funn., l'Vzzr1l, Dann, Kormnayvr, Tcdford, Hawrin, Przmly, Cuclfrrll, Best Sealed: Chfiillfllillll, Hmzlcr, Green, Ilarluzzm, Fuller, Spencer, Sulliwm SS UNDERGRADS aa FRESHMAN CLASS he university is proud of its freshman class. Indi- vidual members and the class as a whole have shown themselves to be of the real Nevada material. In athletics the class has far surpassed any previous, having a football team that breezed through a compara- tively hard schedule without a defeat and a basketball team that all but duplicated the feat only losing one game in the entire seasonls play. So-cially the class has responded very well and in- dividual members have entered debate, dramatics, and the glee clubs. The annual Frosh Glee presented April 7, at the Twentieth Century Club was well attended and declared to be highly successful financially as Well as soc- ially. llfluch credit for the aifair is due to the hard work and efforts of the committee which was in charge of George Anderson. It included Jeanne Cardinal, Betty Bowman, Elizabeth Juniper, Kenyon Richards, and Walter Palmer. C WAYNE KENNEDY Clara M zz-rm ger As far as the Sophs are concerned, the freshmen indicated early in the year that they were ready and waiting for anything their superiors could furnish. ln the annual Soph-Frosh field day the first-year men decisively routed their opponents and this vic- tory if repeated next year will give them the opportunity to wear the coveted white vests and derbies. The Frosh responded to the call to whitewash the "N" and gave the big letter its annual swabbing amidst flying buckets and white lime. At a meeting of the class in the fall semester, Wayne Kennedy was elected class manager. He is the first freshman to be elected manager under the new constitution. On the whole the freshmen class has completed a most successful and eventful year, and promises to develop into a strong group of seniors in three more years. Frosh give the "N" its :emi-annual whilewzuh ball: ARTEMISIA l93l-L 59 in MQW, I U EDS CO-EDS bl'IINfi.f1lf fm! lflfillb . . . meek 7l1llilJI'HX . . zwiis AY77lI?l'il'll golf! rfiggwzv . . . thick II7lkfI'.Y and thin 0711? . . . Im.: rzzxfzcrs . . . j7I'!'fl'IY'7lfiIIl flfnfzfrs . . . cmlffy by tflr' box . . . CO EDS y. ,..,. , 1 '1 ,, pq. -ni, ARTEMISIA lQ3iL MART!-IINE SOLARES President Mzirtliine Solares Blanche Keegan ASSOCIATED WOMEN STUDENTS rganized for the purpose of forming an oHicial body which will correlate and unify the ac- tivities of the Women of the cam.pus and represent them in matters of general concern, the Associated Women Students have undergone their first year under the new constitution very successfully. .Marthine Solares, as the president of the Association is assisted by an executive board composed of oHicials of the various Women's organ- izations. The board acts in the capacity of an advisory body on all matters concerning appointments, and the enforcement of the laws of the Association. OFFICERS . . . . . . . . President . ....... Secretary-Treasurer EXECUTIVE BOARD Sophomore Representative ...... . . Margaret Traner Freshman Representative . . . Mary Louise Carmody President of Manzanita Hall . . . Gladys Compston President of W.A.A. . . . Margaret Kornmayer President of Pan-Hellenic . . Dortha Robertson President of Y.W.C.A .... . Florence Diskin Chairman Women's Upperclass .... . Alllva Neddenriep Woimen's Representative to Finance Control . . . Wilma Chanslor Top Raw: Carvrzudy-Second Row: Chamlor, Cumpszton, Dirlein, Keegan, Kormzmycr, .IVeddcnr-ivjz, Rnlibrlmn TTHUBJ' 62 CO-EDS PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL an-Hellenic Council is an orgrtnizntion whose pur- CL' pose is to govern the six sororities on the Nevada Campus. It is composed of two delegates from each house and its chief duty is to control matters concerning rushing :ind pledging. The local council is n memher of the nu- tionzll organization and has authority to penalize violzitors of Pnn-Hellenic rushing regulations. OFFICERS D nthi Rohm tson l 1esidLnt CIITLL bLlULD7l beeutiry rl ILASUTLI MEMBERS Doi tha Rohm tson Grftce Scmeiwzi Alice Couch lVIru1f1ret MHIflI1 Doiothy Pope Alice l 11111111 Y 'Y' '-1 1 l DOR I HA ROBERTSON Pzwldull Deltl Delt'1 Deltl Ina ohnson ll Beti Phi lVl1rg'1ret Croshy GWUIIIIT Phi Beta Donnie Sullnan Kflppft -Xlphfi Them V11 4111111 Wheeler Beta SIEIITI Omicron Marv Swett Alpha Dclt'1 I hetn Tuana Bfirher ll Meinl . . , , . . I . , . 1 . .... .... . w w x w , , , . . . . 1 I 1 1 . . . . . . 1. J. 4 . 1 1 ...... 1 ..... 1 1 . t. - 1 . . , . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 L , 1 1 1 1 1 'Y 'UZ V . 1 . . . c 1 1 c 5' 1 . . . . in 5 I f XJ . . , ..... f , .... . t, . ' J, . ' 1 A 3 1 K n 1 1 1 1 A a 1 x 1 1 1 n 1 C 1 Tap Raw: Barber, Collrh, C'1'11.vf1y--Seenml Rafe: ,I!lb7.'.Y011, fHm'lff.', l,tll'J1IIIll, Pups, Sf'IIH'Ilir1, Slfllitvlrl, Sfrzfff, X, l, I , . 1 1 1 Liv, ,,,,,,,,.,,,. 1, 'e,,,,,Y,- YY -, 71,1 -rzi J, ... ,-... .,- ., , - -..s-.-,,.,- 0 -- -1-, - --. - - - -- - -E+ ---rr ... ...A -,.- as-1 ARTEMISIA l93l4 DELTA DELTA DELTA Dortha Robertson P7'6'5ilZI'7lZ Founded at Boston University GREEKS in 1888 85 Chapters Colors Silver, Gold and Blue Flower Pansy Top Raw: Brown, Balmer, Gnlilin-Second Ro-tv: Gulling, Harris, fohnsrrn, Korumayer, Lucas, O'Nci1l-Third Row: Robertson, .I.Saucr, IW. Sauer, Willson, Graves, Hoski11x4Fof1rfh Raw: Jncksrm, lliallay, A,t'lI1iL'7ll'fEP, Shidlar, Suzithe, Tifibzzll-Rfirfriex MEMBERS '34 Enid Harris . . Reno I I . . . Ruth Brown . . . . Oakland na -Iomson Reno Margaret Kornmayer . Reno Blythe Bulmer . . Reno . Blanche Lucas . . . Fallon Clara Galvin . . Sparks , . Jw-ie Guuina Reno Anne O Neill . . Tonopah -t .7 n - 5 y Dortha Robertson . . . Reno Jean Sauer . . . Reno fi. Myra Sauer . . . Reno Ill Marthzr Scrugham . . Reno Donna Willson . . . Reno '35 Sarah Graves . . Reno Ruby Hoskins . . Reno Dorothy Jackson . . Reno Helen Malloy . . . Napa Elva Neddenriep . Gardnerville Dorothea Shidler . . . Sparks Helen Smith . . . Sparks Louise Tidhall-Rhodes . Reno 64 GRELKS 111111 111 f 1 111 1111W'11 H11 1 1 1 F 1 1i111f1711111'1iT111 fit! Q 1111 11111151 11.1 1 1 11 111i111111111111?1l1121111111 1111111 1 Oll Ruth B 111s 011691 Bmk Low Blooks Rohurtl Bmwn Cum' IL Cole D111L1 IJll51L T11llLIlLL C1ll111ll D11115 Hflwl-.ms L11 1r1otte R11b1s1m O11 1 Sdknk L1 11111. 131111114 M 115 C, IHL5 M 115 C,o1mL115 GllC11LXCI'L E!lk5i7ll Ruth Hnnsun E11Z11b6t11 Jumpez Tfllglllld L.1 R116 D MLM! 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J 7 A 4 'I ' .... f ' ..... 1' ' R l ARTEMISIA WML PI BETA PHI Grace Se men za P7'l'5ifll?7'l7f Founded at lVlonmouth College in 1867 78 Chapters Golors Wiiie and Blue Flower Wine Carnation '34 Adeline Belmonte . Jean Rowe . . . . , Doris Shaver. .. . Mary A. Thompson ..'35. Marjorie Cannon . Mary L. Durkee . GRBEKS Tap Row: Eelmrmlu, Rows, Shaver, Canfmm, Darlene, Ilafey-S-enum! Row: McElroy, Nelson, O'Cmmell, Sernenza, Stark, lfViillid-ms-Third Row: Wittenberg, Bryant, Baller, Cnfon, Crosby, Ernst-Fourth Raw: Gamble, F. Graf, M. Graf, Hill, Collan, Jenkins MEMBERS Carson City . . Reno . Sparks . Reno Ely . . Reno '66 Kathleen Haifey . Henrietta McElroy Virginia Nelson . Patricia, O'Connell. Grace Semenza . Helene Stark ,. . Margaret Williams Helen Wittenberg . , , 136 Barbara Bryant . Miriam Butler Eunice Caton . Margaret Crosby . Ellen Ernst . Lura Gamble . Frances Graf . Maurine Graf Virginia Hill Colene Hollan Anne Jenkins . Rita Jepson . . Reno . Reno . Reno ' Minden . Reno . Reno . Reno . Reno Susanville . Sparks . Reno . Reno . Fallon . Fallon . Reno . Reno . Reno Eureka Susanville . 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A K 71 111 f , A 67 ARTEMISIA WML GAMMA PHI BETA Alice Couch Presirlant Founded at Syracuse University in 1874 44 Chapters Colors Brown and Mcxclc Flo-wer Pink Carnation '34 Alyce Couch . Virginia Crossl . Margot Evans . GREEKS V Tap Raw: Canch, Cram, Evans, Hutchhzsfm, Lozmm, Solari-Sammi Row: Sullivan, Blix, Carman, Gardena, Ilflillcr, Nasrm-Thin! Roar: Rather, Vucuvich, VVnllecr, BIIIIJUIKIII, Bikker, Bzwrlin MEMBERS Lois Hutchinson . Reno Nell Lozano . Sparks Nevada Solari . '. Reno Donnie Sullivan . '35 Ruby Bliss . . Caryl Carman . Dorothy Gordon . Madelyn Miller Dorothy Nason . Margaret Rather . Stella Vucovich . Nlargaret Walker . '36 Eleanor Bateman . Muriel Bikker 68 ' . Reno . Rbno . Reno lVlcDcrmit . . Sparks Hawthorne . Reno . Reno . Sparks . Reno . Reno . Sparks . Tonopah . . Reno GREEKS Tap Row: Burke, Boland, Cllampngne, Clark, Cnrvccu-SL'cu111l Dunn, Guisli, lllncGi1Iivrrzy, flllmoghan, Piercy, Sczwr-nc-Tlzirzl ,.l'Vitlzcfcr, Blllmlufl, Ch Arlene Boerlin . Alice Boland . Frances Burke . Verla Champagne . Barbara Clark . lVIary Corecco . Eleanor Dnan . Lillian Guisti . . Inez lVIacGillivray Jeanne llflonoghan . MHfg2lf8t Pearcy . Marianne Severne F ae Wittwer . . . '37 Anna Blundell . . Emmeline Christensen rislvrmm, Harrimml, Nagy, Tolumnv MEMBERS . Hawthorne . Reno . Reno Sparks Reno . Reno . Sparks . Reno . Reno Tonopah Tonnpah Sparks . . Las Vegas Sparks Fernley 69 GAMMA PHI BETA Alpha Gamma Chapter Established at Nevada in 1921 Residence at 710 Sierra Street Fllclllfj' fllffnzbm Loretta Miller Georgianna Harriman . . Fallon Mildred Nagy . . . . Reno Marjorie Totman . . Lovelock ARTEMISIA IKM KAPPA ALPHA THETA Margaret Martin Presirlent Founded at De Pauw University in 1870 65 Chapters Colors Black and Gold Flower Pansy '34 Elizabeth Carpenter Florence Diskin . Claire Fitzgerald . Ermyne Goodin Theresa Jatireui Pearl Lunsford . Margaret Martin . Mary lXfIcCulloch GCREEKS Top Rnzc: Carpenter, Diskin, Fitzgerzzld, Goodiu, Jaurcgui, Lunsfor4i- Secuml' Razr: Marlivz, XVI. lVli:Culloch, P. McC'11llnch, Mchztyrc, lllnrrix, fldullen-Thin! Row: Nichols, Record, C. Slfwin, Smilh, Wheeler, Willirlms-Fourth Row: L. Clark, XVI. Clark, Fagan, Howell, Margat- Fifth Row:Per Lee, Place, Richards, VVilliso11--Urnbur, len, O!C071WEll . Reno . . Reno Sacramento . .- Reno Elko V. Reno . Reno . . Reno Young, C. A rents Patricia McCulloch Jean Mclntyre . Gladys Morris . Margery' Mullen . Katherine Nichols . Marjorie Record . Catherineslavin . Frances Smith . . Virginia Wheeler . Mary Williams . '35 Leone Clark . . Miriam Clark . Sallie Fagan . . Betty Howell . . Mary Virginia Murgotten 7 Madeliiie O Connell Helene Per Lee . Margaret Place . . Clara Willisoii-Umlwer Elizabeth Young I '70 . Reno . Reno . Reno Tonopah . Reno . Reno Tonopah . Midas . Reno Sparks Reno . Reno Reno . Reno . Reno Tonopah . Reno Berkeley . Reno . 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' L 4 f . . . - .--F-P1 ' W...-Mzgjggi, gf-6 1 2 - ' m-apr-'rf'-:r:'fq',' 15 " 'Q ,-. . . . . . . . wg" W 'A " I f11::.v':z2r., . 1 . , - 1111 1 "QI X Y . b ..... . 1 BETA SIGMA OMICRON Dorothy Pope A RTEMI S IA Pm-siflwnf l93l+ Founded at Columbia lVlissou1'i in 1888 32 Chapters Colors Ruby and Pink Flaww' Richmond and Killarney Rose GREEKS Tap Row: Fritz, Czsrrita, Dtl'll'i1?1.V, C. Pope-Secnmi Ruw:D. Pope, Srllnrcs, l'Vogan, drmslrong, Fay MEMBERS '34 Czunille Cerritzt . . Aileen Daniels . Armenn Fritz . Charlotte Pope . . Dorothy Pope . . lVlzu'thinc Solares . EsmeraldVVog:xn . . '35 Malnel Armstrong . , lVIa1'jorie Fay . . 72 . Reno . . . Reno . . Reno Virginia City Virginia City . . Reno . Reno . . Reno . Truckee GREEKS H 1 r. --' ' W + q J, ' rT: W 5' fi g r ' ill illlgislr llligiglfi 355 55 22 l ll li r. F " .U 1l.l l'I' 1 2. . K .E 3 "l, 'llfvxll lg ' Y ig Eg' 'l ,ix 4- ,. xo I l, "3 'i ffiitiff "S -'I a n E ll. lf y'fN 3-32 'sia n i 1 ,gl 6- QJ 1 gplfrigf, , Q T15 , Q. r flip, a 1 aa' i fm- o r 'HRH - . l. -:gi I I - fl -1 4 f" fi gift: if ui Q: if -Q :Lf Q ' " V ' 1 fo , I '.:, : V V in k P V tsp LY X slit l F,-"l'i'4u1.'fifi"'+ . N h 9, af' I i-L -i 'r '-.LX 'jf l lf lili it 45-vi i' il n l i l i iggmg L Y l 5 - .ga isnt- ' ,, A . ixfi y QL l f : p g -: ff l Q S li V, . - sta ! 'VP' 54+ - 1 Q3 1' - 1 1'-' M 'w"',"1 l' E: '1" lr'll 1' 'Y' Q 5'- ll liar'-if fm. iii? -'M 'lg' V ' il hil in ' I -lil. ill Ill ' lil: N Y . l ' 1 With? i 'i'!"f1r A . 1 . ..iu. ' - :tr T011 Row: Frzmk, Swctl, Dc ffl. A1'n1rm1l-Sccaml Row: M. Dv flrmrunl, C:lHlf:.'l", Lynnx, l5'nrrn.v, Kmzv, IH1131 MEMBERS Florine Frank . . . . Reno Mary Swett .... . Reno '36 Agnes De Armoncl . . . Elko lVla1'y De Armond . . . Elko Rita Gunter . . . . Reno Marga1'et Lyon . . . Reno '37 Theda Burrus ...... Reno Thelma Kane . . Carson City Elma Nlay . . . Fallon 73 BETA SIGMA OMICRON Alpha Epsilon Chapter Established at Nevada in 1931 ' .Qpfrgji-is 1 7 : ff' 'C 4- .Fin - .1?'?:-.4-el few '-11,5-5' fr. W' ARTEMISIA IQ3l-L ALPHA DELTA THETA Alice Parman ARTEMISIA P"ff'fl""f lqllll Founded at Transvylania College in 1921 22 Chapters Colors Turquoise Blue, Scarlet, and Silver Flower French Sweet Pea Bak GREEKS Isabel Baker Juana Barber Mary Nay . Alice Parman Helen Records lVIaude Taylor er, Barber, Nay, A. Parmen, Records MEMBERS 335 Reno Reno Reno Reno Reno Sparks GREEKS IJ'arne.v, Berg, Holliday, Hook, M. Parman, Rrumllz MEMBERS Elizabeth Barnes . . . . . Reno Lucille Berg Ruth Holliday Lucile Hook May Parman Velma Ramelli Julia Zunino Round Moxintaili . . . .WabL1skz1 . Reno . . Reno . Loyal ton . Verdi 75 ' ALPHA DELTA THETA Chi Chapter Established at Nevada in 1932 Chapter Room at 455 Lake Street Faculty fllemlzer Martha Huber ARTEMISIA IQBQ Wellington June Baker ....... Baker ARTEMISIA IQISLL M A N Z A N I T A H A L L WC.JI11Cll,S Dormitory Gladys Compston Prexizlent '34 Alice Batchelder . Adeline Belmonte . Beatrice Bollschweiler Mary Burt . . Gladys Compston . MAZIES Tap Ra-:ci Balchulzlfzr, Burl-Secrmrl Ru-:c: Compxiou, Huber, Rail, rlzmzres, Baker, Berg-Third Rn-:ui Ernxl, Ezurxrnisic, Harvey, Hallizlny, l'VIrGuirv, Piercy-Fnnrtlz Row: Place, Rachel, Schlosxrr, Sf. Cyr, Arm- xtrong, Bell MEMBERS '35 . Elko Emma Aznarez . . . VVellington . Stewart Wilma Chanslor . . . Tonopah . Wells ,36 . . Goldfield A .. . .Reno Mildrecl Huber . Louise Reil . . . . Winxiemllcczl Lucille Berg . Ellen Ernst . Round lVlountain . . . Fallon Nellie Evasovic . . . Ruth Opal Harvey . Paradise Ruth Holliday . Wabiiska June lVIcGuire . . Wells Margaret Piercy . Tonopah lVIargaret Place . . Berkeley Fcrnley Rechel . Fallon Mzidjel Schlosser . Alhambra Christine Smith . . Elko Daudee St. Cyr . Fallon Annabel Arentz . . Simpson Catherine Armstrong . . Elko MAZIES 1 iv U! M. 1'. N iili 1 Wil it :mllliilei i liiiigiiiy: MANZANITA 1 - Y AQ AQ 3 -, it lx-gill HALL ,r ' Q . V ii HMLQ- 'ii i iiljf f i F H'-1, ' I' if VVomen,s - ' ug 'V : -1 gi A K+, , all E i f Vi Dormitory 'FH E W' M ' i' I .- i' 1 -K' Wi Pg ' V' , , 4, Q 1A 'Q be fi' 'i -A -' T ' M ,i.,l" Ma1'y O'Leary ,I-i K: V C -W we I -:Q J' fllzztron ff? "" 'N 'flap A i fi N. ill? Q2 . Q? , Ml' .5 U i -'V Margaret E. Mzick er Q, ' Q , . "ll V V- -'ix-i K V Q fill i 5 ' i,5l'f5gS . Wi iSile' 1 Q S lwlglil l i it Q f ii 795 'YT 'Q I 5 N iall! " . i l 7 l l'2i S Z. ' 1 . 1p1: 1 V' is 5 Top Row: Cameron, Cnrdimnl, DeNc'vi-Se1:o1zfz' Row: Dzfllau, Emmin- ger, Ifflllbflfllil, Hzmscn, Harrirmm, Hatton-Third Row: Ilc111ic'r:on, Hong, Itwrrou, Lilllu, llldfullach, MCNl7l7ZOL"F0lIl'ffl Rose: lllillnrrl, Oppdykv, Pnlfmfr, Sharp, Tummvz, Wines VVanda Bell . . Lottie Boulden . . Jean Cameron . Jeanne Cardinal . Ida De Nevi . Edith Dutton . . Louise Emminger . Zoe Hampson . . Berna Hansen . . Georgianna Harriman Thyra Hatton . . . jean Henderson . Barbara Hoag . Christine Iverson . Thelma Kane . Josephine Little . lVIadeline Joyner . . Betty Jane lVlCCnlloCh June lVlcNamee . . lVIary lVlillard . MEMBERS . . Las Vegas Battle lVlountain . . Carson City . Gardnerville . . Dayton . Las Vegas . . . Reno . Hobart Mills . . Wells . Fallon . Carson City . Carson City . Las Vegas . . .Ely . Carson City . . Fernley . . Las Vegas . . Fernley Susanville . . Ely Nelda Oppedyk . . Las Vegas Virginia Palmer . . . Eureka Ina Sharp . . . . Wells lVIarjorie Totman .... Lovelock Avis De Shazo Wilson . . Hollywood lVlerle VVi11es .... VVinnemucca ARTEMISIA 19314 WOMEN'S SPQRTS , f , x 5 . WOMEN'S SPORTS he1'e's nothing these gals Wmft do. The picture at the tmp was taken before the ladies had their ride out at Bakefs where they gn three times 21 Week. Sarah Graves poses for ye olde cameraman just after winning the women's singles championship. To the left is the varsity volleyball team and helow them is the vnrsity hockey team and then our rifiewumen. 78 w I ' Y ,w.r. 7 , "M- l rv- f f f-V ,::.e.:--,, J ie,.-e.- -,-- -Yi H ----if-gnu,-W,-.-' WOMEN'S SPORTS Y , ,Y Y.- Ili! I 4 A - f ' WOMENS SPORTS CHCl1C'S Stark does a swan float or sumpin' after ahout eight tries. The Theta swimming champions are about to take off at the annual meet at Moana Springs. Below the basketball team is warming up and to their right "Doe" Martie makes a home run in a tussle with the women one afternoon. Some more acro- haties and Peaches misses one a mile. - - .- . -- Af ....?. ., f ,,- ww-.- ,,,.,.- -...... ,,- -,.,.. - -,,,,.. W . ii i ,, l ,- Nl l l. I 1 ' 5 ll All . ,JI 1 A :lf 1 '. y ' . 4.1 if . :IL ii X1 ,lui HH :..- 1 i WI 1 , 1 : H l" f"'.'1lU, ---'.' ' "'f-'i F Q 'T' 'i '1l'1'V."i"' gli-"iii A ' 1 f l "X -Legg ...F - I "-l---Q4-ig-f" 3i,L3QtQf,91Qg.l+gg'-I f- i ,JA .i.ai.f ' WOMEN'S'SPORTf1 ARTEMISIA H9314- GOTHIC "N" l i embership in Gothic "N" is the highest honor conferred upon university women for participation in athletics. Among the qualifications necessary to belong to the group are scholarship, service tothe VVomen's Athletic Association and to the university, good sportsmanship, and athletic ability. Competition in at least one major sport is reqfiired. ' OFFICERS Genevieve Vvolf . . Dorothy Pope . Ruby Hoskins . MEMBERS Elizabeth Frey Ruby Hoskins Blanche Keegan Margaret Kornmayer ' Charlotte Pope . President . - . Vice-President . Secretary-Treasurer Dorothy Pope Myra Sauer lV.larthine Solares Helene Stark Genevieve Wolf V Tap Row: Frey, Hoskins, Keegan, Karmmzyer, C. Pope-Bottom Row: D. Pope, M. Sauer, Solarex, Stark, Wulf 80 J MEN burly brnfwx . . . mzwlly 110115 . . . lull! sessions . . . "nzm.'t flu' gang" . . Braflzm' Prcsizfwvyzi . . . lIOII.Y6"IU0l'k . . slziujf cnjrx . ,. barru-2Ua'rff11x5 . . . cigars by the box . . . MLN UPPERCLASS COMMITTEE T if Y Y Y-J'-GT ? "f' , .. W., . ., at : .. , " ' A jr' -"rf 'r ":':?TIt ' iff ' 'T' - .V f ' ,, ,,.. . , 2 TJ: ,:,p,.:J-:xi 4:1 l 3' 'I - ll'. v . . l b ' '- ARTEMBSYA 149314 WILLIAM BEEMER Chairman First Semester William Bcemer Ole Thies Cecil Stovvell Victor Carrol Russel Elliott Howard Hart Forrest Bibb Daniel Harvey Ned Mo1'ehouse Lee Priest William Beamer HIS committee IS composed of a number of uppci classmen who are entrusted with the duty of han- dling all violations of the campus traditions by the under- classmen and especially those cases with which the Soph vigilance committee is unable to cope. The new consti- tution has made it necessary for the chairman to be a member of the Student Senate and his committee is re- spansible to this body for the enforcement of the tradi- tions on the campus. OFFICERS M EMBERS Seconzl Semester Paul Turner Victor Carroll Don Brown Clayton Phillips Charles Jensen Tom Cashill Frank Leonard Reed St. Clair Elwin Jeffers Alson Gibson Chairman 1 UPPERCLASS COMMITTEE . 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Howard Umber Sessions Wheeler' John Blakely . Denver Dickerson Paul Heilman . Frank Leonard . Lloyd Leonard . Frandsen Loomis Edgar Clson . LaRue Stark . George Tharp . Angelo Urrutizz Raymond Armstrong , Reno . Wells . Sparks . Reno . Reno . Reno . Reno Live Oaks . McGill . Reno . Reno . Reno . Reno Marysxiille . Reno . Reno GREEKS Fin! Row: Gcrnw-Second R0-:c:Gl11sotfich, Cumuz, Htzlwznzvz, P. Leovmrd, Reranls, Rhodux-Third Row: Tmz-rzehvill, Aymnr, Clark, Culzlz, Carle, Elmnn-Fourth Rauf: Herz, McC'1lisf1fr1,, Purronnv.'ich, Richrmlx, Roxv, Smilh John Cameron Lynn Gerow . Oly Glusovich . Roy Gomm . Fred Hartman . Paul Leonard . Richard Record Bryce Rhodes . Ross Tannehill . '37 Oliver Aymlar . Lyman Clark Tyrus Cobb . Fred Corle . . Grover De La lVlarc Michael Elcano . James Herz . . Shirley lVIcCuisti0n MEMBERS SIGMA NU Delta Xi Chapter Established at Nevada in 1914 Rcsidence at 826 University Avenue Faculty MunzbL'r Willizllli L Smyth . Reno John Pe-trinovich . Reno . . Reno Kenyon Richards . Visalia . Tonopah Edward Rose . . Reno . Reno Stanley Smith . Carlin . Reno . Reno . . Reno . . Reno Virginia City . . Reno . . Reno Virginia City . . Reno . Reno . Reno . . Reno . Montello 85 ARTEMISIA 1934 'GREEKS SIGMA ALPHA E-PSILON Eugene Salet A RTEM D S I A P1-oxidant IQ34 Founded at Universityvof Alabama in 1856 107 Chapters Colors Purple and Gold Flower The Violet '34 John Chism . . . Stephen Comish . . William Crowell . John Flournoy . Robert Harris . . Lawrence Kearney w w l f Top Row: Chism-Secoml Row: Cami.vh,vCrnwelI, Flaumoy, Harrir, Kearney, lllarlinez--Third Row: Parxrms, Snlet, Blackledgs, Carroll, Frcudcuberg, Hoax-Fourth Row: James, llfliller, Peterson, J. Sullivan, Il'Bll.f01If, Bron-son-Fifth Row: Cbialovich, Farmzlng, Green, Guisti, f. Horgan, Kepl MEMBERS Edwin Martinez . . . Reno . . Reno Gaile Parsons . . . . Reno . Elko Eugene Salet . . . Lovelock . . Reno '3 5 - V A1i11l'21S William Blackledge Los Angeles - Reno Victor Carroll .... Alhambra - -' RCI10 Herman Freudenberg . . Vallejo , W Steele Houx ....A . . Colusa Allan James . . Los Angeles William Judson . Pebble Beach Edward Kell . Los Angeles Orison Miller . . . . Reno Wilbert Petersen i i . . Sparks John Sullivan .... . Reno '36 John Benson . . . Reno Bernard Bronson . . Reno Daniel Chiatovitch . Reno Donald Fanning . . Reno Lindsay Green . . Ely Peter Guisti . . . Reno 86 . GRLLKb 1 W Y' Irv? lllll ig Mllllillllwll F fy I Q' l aw N l la' l ylll SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON NL Vinh Alphfl '42 C,l12'tptC1 Est1bl1shLd 111 1911 RL9ldL1lCC It 8 3 5 E vim Avuluc lop Ro o Ixnlmnnur, Imaiz R Puulsnz Rmnfmlv R11fd3, Xhtlllgfl 'lI6'X.Yy Sccoml Ro 4 .SlLphLf1.v, F Sull: In, flzmluumr Hymgiovz, Dixon, Fzurhurxf lhnd Ro L flfx Hcr l lirngfm Ilnnlu Mlllx IV Ponlnn Punrfh Row R0l7lIlTOI1, Ross SNIIIII, T wchzna, Wildn olm Hmgfm Maxwell Kepl Funk Kornmwyu Edw'11cl P'11'1d1s RuQsLll Poulscn Mclvm Ruuls Thllllllg Reynolds mlm Sh'uwlmr.Qsy I D Qtephens Frqnk SL1llH'U1 olm AI111l7Il1SfCl Russell BYIIIUTUII Dmrzmf DIXOII lxuk Pfurhumt Edwin C1115 Harold H617 W1ll1 l1Tl H01 Own ohm Huntnr Nlolgan Mllls Wzllfnrfiv MEMBERQ Reno Reno Reno Reno Reno Reno Vwmvlllc C uson Clty F1 esno BOlllLlCI Reno Rum Reno Reno Reno Ren 1 Reno Reno Elko Clty 87 WISIIL PoulSou ohn Robinson S1l1Q Ross Robext Slllltll Aldo Vwcghmi Mnlxllle Wxldcx 1-lm W1l111ms Yi hm WM W -unawa- H 'Q lm ...gh gk! it 9... 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Reno Upland . Reno . . Reno Gakland GREEKS ill? El m Q i t v qg ie iik ' fl' l i n it l . f , fl ."3'H' f'- " Pl . VA. "QV sill? " g i l , x i i Yi '. WQY' " 1 L ' -w'-Qrgj +35-2, X l llillgef S+ S r zeillfsiisrl '+lir'.sWl aft? - af ef Qllferraaiw Sl ft' llrie Qs: fii le e it it Tull it S l ii S e 'iris , f Q is 'K I ' N if .s Ulf-gl ll gl n E Msg lk ,, .fl Hr ielgiitii 32 sf gags ll A A 4 l rg.-'itll Twill rilqlgsligwul 11332 " - q w' g 'il vi i ll 3551 l l Q illviglgi lg m lull il mlwln Top I 'IL' . ,. , 1, , 11 -, If , .. ,Hl1fL':? i IHA UCC: Zz' Rox. Rllaiiu, hmzfh, hour! url! sr M .11 II X ii R 'H , 'vllll?!', mllnz, llrvrl, H cl 1 I 11 If IR 1 lf Corkz ll I I ll Ilmfnunufl, I,l'H:'.', Henry Smith . . George South worth . John Stock . . . lVlz1rvin Turnni . '36 VVilliam Cciekrell . . John Fuller . George Halllen . Ross Hart .... '37 ciytitizt-Ck . . . liernai'd Coalwell . . Clycle-lantze . . . if s, 'r ll ll x N1 rr, S0f.l'll'y, Sft,'fUIll'l MEMBERS Los Angeles . . Reno . St. Louis Los Angeles Santa Clara . .Reno . Oakland .I lieavertoii . Lakcpnrr . .Rene . . Upland VVi1liam Hzlinmmiml . Round Mountain 'lainesi C. Lihhc-y . . Reno 89 Y-, SID...-,.-,v1,.,. -rn:-z-gn? PHI SIGMA KAPPA Eta Deuterun Chapter Estahlishecl in 1917 Residence at 737 Lake Street Faculijf Members Paul Harwood -lay Carpenter Richard Sauer . . Chicago Edward Shirley . Reno Charles Stewart . . Reno If i LPMIS I 2 -3+ .zu 55:.,,..-.M .--.A --t- --F? , -ln ---- , ---+7-gtg Q ii"I i' ill U, ,ii -'I ii i mf ARTEMISIA IQ34 ALPHA TAU OMEGA Wayxie Van Voorhis Prcfxident Founded at Virginia' lVlilita1'y Institute in 1865 94 Chapters Colors Azure and Gold Flower Tea Rose and Daffodils GREEKS Top Raw: Brown, Nix, Schilling, Walker, Ilmler.v0'rz4Sefomi Row: D. zltchesou, M, zzlfchcsun, Bledsoe, Butler, Czzrnzn, Foley-Third Row: Fontana, Harcor, 1UcKunzie, Wlonlgamfry, O,CD1IlLKIl, Thifxv--Fourth Rare: Van Vonrhis, Young, flckeruum, Bfrry, Byrd, G. Callalum-Fiflh Roco: Chenl, Coach, Ha-men, Harrison, Hawkins, Knilley-Sixth Rnfv: llffflrk, lWai:I,crm, 1VelIig:m, Park, Phillipr, Pim' '33 MEMBERS Harold Brown . Virginia City Dudley Nix . . George Schilling Elbert VValker . '34 Robert Anderson Donald Atchcson Merle Atcheson . Dan Bledsoe . llonald Butler . Harold Curran . Kerwin Foley . Paul Fontana . Bela Harcos . . . . Reno . Hayward . . Reno . Oakland . . Reno Gardncrville . . Reno . . Sparks . Reno . . Sparks , . Sparks Los Angeles Norman McKenzie . . . Verdi Edward Montgomery, Burlingame Al O'Conucll ..... Ely Alfred Thies . . . Hayward 90 Wayne Van Vnorhis Allen Young . . '35 Sam Ackerman . Darrel Berry . Clarence Byrd . Garry Callahan . . Fallon . Reno . Reno . Fallon . . Fallon . . .Fallon Cecil Cheal . . San Francisco Evan Couch . Robert Hansen . Fleet Harrison . . Elmer P. H awki ns, Robert Kailley . Kenneth MacLean Robert Nelligan Brooks Park . . Clayton Phillips . Edward Pine . . William Savage . Ralph Scott . . . . Reno . Yeringtnn Gardnervillc Grass Valley . . Reno . . . Reno . . . Reno Gardnerville . . . Reno Hawthorne . . Reno . Pioche If GREEKS lu Rau X11111g1, Mull, 1-11l11111v, f11111111111qv, Dn1lg1 811111111 R11 nghu X 11h1111111, 11 J111'l1111111, I1 I 1111111 , l1112 111 I 11r1 P1 1 l'11c'X1 1, R111111r1 1, l11j111g1111 l11q111111, 1111 1 411111 Fourth R111 lx l11ll11h1111, D1 1117111 K 1r11111l11, ll11k11 Illflllfllllll, A 111 I11 F1ffl Ro L 111111111111 f1l1111g11111 1'1l1111f1, AIlDllft, 1'll1 11-11111, '11l111e1 Xmfh R111 Robulv, Rog11111, N1 5111111111111 V1'11ll11c1, 110111 1111111 1 L11 ll 11.s fxL1l1l19 L 111 D111 gp Ben f.ll1'llll1I11g'i Incl 11115, LS X1V1111l1Tl 1011115011 111411111 hulls A 111 L1n1,111111 1111. 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E ly 91 A" 'T """"'ii'-7 J " i""' ' """"" " " 'g"' " ' U' "' "W "W" ' ' .a1 I. 1 , 1 ARTEMISIA l93l-L SIGMA PHI SIGMA Thomas Cashil President Founded at the University of Pennsylvania in 1908 18 Chapters Colors Wliite and Gold Flower DaHodil and Lily of the Valley '34 Kenneth Austin . . Bud Beasley . . Roctor Fuhrman . GREEKS Top Row: Sheahavl-, TfVi11ard, AllSlil1-TSHC01Zcl Raw: Beasley, FIll1fl7!d'lL, B. flflrmre, Myers, Plath, Slutcvll-Third Row: Cashill, Cnzier, Chafvez, Del Grande, Fislzcr, Gelder-Fourth Row: Hickey, Hill, Hllffllivzg, Kibby, Pnrmentcr, Rolzertson MEMBERS Bruce Moore . . . Ely 'Ralph Myers . Santa Cruz Neil Plath . . . . Reno Cecil Stowell . . Patton Willartl .' . ,35 Tom Cashill . .. Jim Cazier . . . Antonio Chavez . is i Lino Del Grande . i Frank Fisher I . William Gelder . Frank Hickey . Harvey Hill . Waltei' Hunting . Mynor Kihhy . . Edward Parmenter Daniel Robertson . Benjamin Sheahan ' . 92 . . Reno . Goldfield . . Reno . Turlock Twain Harte . Reno . . Wells . Las Vegas . . Verdi Virginia City . . Reno . Las Vegas . Fallon . Reno . Reno W . Reno . . Reno . Las Vegas GREEKS 'il , Y' vi ,,4. M ali fig. V A if .f i i5l231.QlE,5Z3gg ae' YF, L-T , e g in nq A rtsta J " W as 5 ret I it i t i ' tit Q ,M I .Q A I CLE 'A 'lFml"' 4 ii g . f "1 f W limi, s' , I . w' 5. it " J" I V' 'F 5 , , I , I ix 1 g .jr Megs 1 I l I - r l .:,l,1. " l I w C FU 5, all Eg an gl, rg - 'f "Q , ' i ii , ..:, HlQ, ' lu at sb-' i t w it ff w t Qsi rtjzlf i' I l rs l lillsl lllill llw l iel A j f. r ll il ? i Top Rose: Slllfl1Il'y, Thom-psorn, lVebsh'r-Svfunzi Raw! Cnldu-vll, Clark, Fmnkliu-, Hunter, l1dflL'lIb!'0!1kl', flgzfc-Thini Roca: Hmlermfl, Becker, Cfljlfrx, Caxhill, Cram'zct'1l, Elft'l'l,,'-Flllll'fh' Row: Hrwm-uv, ICQ-egfel, C. llluvre, C. Nnxlr, RUM, Shawn!! Floyd Smalley . blames Thompson . Nelson Webster . '36 Roy Caldwell . . Joseph Clark . John Franklin . Claude Hunter . . '37 Bernard Addenhrooke Albert Agee, . . George Anderson Jack Becker . Cecil Caples . . William Cashill . Allan Cromwell . VVilliam Elwell . ls' I' SIGMA PHI SIGMA Theta Chapter ARTEMISIA IQ3l+ Established at Nevada in 1922 Residence at 746 North Virginia Street Faculty Mnnzibc1' John Gottardi . Los Angeles . . . Reno Las Vegas . Los Angeles Los Angeles IVIENIHERS . . Reno Richard Haman . Reno Craig lVIoore . Reno Eldridge Nash John Robb . Santa Cruz Frank Showalter Gardnerville . . Wells . . Reno . . Reno . Wells . Reno . . Reno . . Reno . . Reno Los Angeles . Las Vegas bl. Pierpont Keegel . Eldorado Canyon 93 DELTA SIGMA LAMBDA Lowell Russell ARTENHSIA Prcsiflcnt I934 Founded at University of California in 1921 12 Chapters Colors Purple and Gold GREEKS T011 Row: .Hffxlin-Sfcoml R1azu:Chris1vn.v1'n, Rnsszfll, Ball, lfibb, lm? ff.'lz:.'lllILB, llflvrznnlr MEMBERS ,34 Kenneth L. D. Austin Ervin Christensen . . Lowell Russell . . . ,35 Ralph Ball .... Forrest Bibb . Lee Hazeltine . Ralph lVlenz1nte . Grant Rice . . . 94 Leslie Springmeyer . . . Reno . Sparks . Reno . Reno . Reno . Reno . . . Reno . . .Reno Gnrdnerville l REEKS ,UU II! MEMBERS Reed St. Clair . . Harvey Vonsild . . '36 Darrel S. Cain . . . Howard O. Christensen '37 Putnam Cook . . Joseph Littlefield . J. David Lubin . Anthony Leone . Tup Row: Rice-Sm-am! Rose: Sf1l'iIZgJlll.'Tt7l', S. Z I I Y I Ilmr, I unwlif, lam, ', Lin ffl.-ld Garclnerville . . Ren o . .Reno . Reno . Concord . . Reno . Oakland . Reno 95 DELTA SIGMA LAMBDA Nevada Gmnmzl Chapter Established in 1922 Faculty fllenzbfrs S. C. Palmer S. C. Dinsmore Lawton Kline Ernest Brown ARTEMISIA H9314 ARTEMISIA If-931+ BETA KAP PA Hugh Mclxityre Prc.fiflz'1zt Founded at Hamline University 1901 37 Chapters Colors Purple and Gold Flower Yellow Rose GREEKS i i Top Rofu: Gnmala-Srfnml Row: Harvey, Jackson, F. l,m1v.'ill, Rmi- f7.'ll1l, D. Ihzrengu, Barrett-Thin! Row: Hrfiili, Clark, Cleary, ll'1n'li.v, Durbru-ac, Gnult MEMBERS '34 Angelo Granata . Daniel Harvey George Jackson . Francis Leavitt . Edward Redman . . '35 DinoBarengo . . . Robert Barrett . Julius Broili James Clark . John Cleary . Jack Curtis . . Willialn Durbrow . Nolan Gault . 96 . Reno . Reno . . Ely . Bunkerville . . Reno . Reno . Reno Reno Reno . Delhi . . Reno Grass Valley . . . Reno GREEKS m.rn1lu-Snvnnl Ruzc: Bullcr, Kennedy, D. Lrzwiil, P. Hurerzgu, Enya Rmihczzd MEMBERS ClmmllerJolmsun . . . Reno Carlton McCulloch Xvillffflflllllil Hugh lVICIntyre John Swearingen . Paul Turner . . . '36 Anthony Belmont . Robert Butler . Vlfesley Kennedy . Dudley Leavitt . . '37 Pierino Bnrengo . Willinllm Enyart . lVIelvin Redhead . . . Reno Mill Valley Los Angeles . Stewart , Lovelock . Luvelock Bunkerville . . Reno . . Reno Los Angeles 97 1- Taj: Rom: .7nl1rL.vr1ri, ll'7cCuflorh, fllcl-Izlfyrcr, Scvcrfringuri, Tnrmrr, Bu rl, BETA KAPPA Iota Chapter listzihlished at Neva in 1925 Residence at 518 University Aven Frwulty MFWLLC'7'5 V. P. Gizinellzi V. E. Scott Robert Stewart 421 Al? 3' QMISM. LIC P. A. Lehenbauer lC,33-CL l i . X ix 1: Y 1' llllll r i. . . - 14, , i. . i i . ,,K,Ni,,. Ml E: ' 1 ..w -r-.-.,,- ....---'41,-- -l ,. Y.,u i , 3, , ,W -, -W ,-mi . 1 ,g ,J ARTEMISIA WML LAMBDA CHI ALPHA George Steffens President Founded at GREEKS Boston University in 1909 82 Chapters Colors Purple, Green, and Gold b Flower H Violet Top Row: fiwvzfz-Suczzzld Raw: Bull, Clefculr, Dr Kimiw, R. Ellinrl, Koarnvcr, Ilobcrlx-Thin! Row: Samcrzfillc, Upson, llfallace, dnlcvr, I Bula, f.'hfiSlitlILiFIIl1ffll Row: D11 Four, JBTIIKIZ, Luhse, 111cMvvz:r111i11, Raxxola, Smal!-Fifth Row: Slvferux, Vourhris, I-Villimus, Worn, Auxlin, Ccrlrnfur MEMBERS '34 Charles Koerner . . VVestwooal . Hafncs Roberts . , Lovelock Samuel Arentz . . . Siniith Valley - inston Somerville . . Westwcmcmcl Walter Bell . . . . . Reno . . lames W21ll3CC . . . Ely Rlchzlrd Clewett . Ycrmqton -, V . S' eslle Upson . . . . Reno I John De Kinder . Lovelock ,35 Russell Elmtt ' MCG111 Peter Anker . . . Lovclock I -lack Belz . . . . 'Reno Wllltel' Christian . . Pioche Lawrence DuFour . Sacramento Charles Jensen . . . . Reno George Lnhse . . . . Fallon Williaiui lVIclVIenzunin . Reno Hugh Rossolo . . . .Ely Donald Small . George Steifens . . Centre Mariches . . Reno Leonard Voorheis . . Lovelock Jack VVilliams . . McGill Charles Wcmrzi . . . Reno '36 Harry Austin . . . Ely 98 L GREEKS LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Nu 111 1 11111511011 Iom C111ptLr EQt'11111s11ec1 111 1929 R1s111L11cL wt 255 UI1lX'Cl9lt5' TLIIWCL Fmzzfh M1 mlm: C11I1x Amcns I up Ima IJUI7 F 11111 r 1 ff 11, Al7Sff0II1l2IIl, fU1'1lrr11 111151 811111111 Rua Shar , 11 an! 14 ani, lon, Carp uf r Cnr llzm 0 CHAI! D2 un I Flllnll, Funulnrlu, lla LIIY K rznufx Iozlrlfx Ru Linh: II A11 'Vnbn 1, 1 alun 1 I ruvfn, Rlrhrrfdrrm S1111 v L111s LL lI1k1LI 01111 D1111 W1 tu 1111111111 CJ 11 Jussnn 1111111 1V1l1C1ILl1 1111111 Qlll1ILl 131111117 5111111 Ir1111 YVf1111u. L11 11111 XVIIL1 V1 ll 11 X 011 Cl15t11n C., 11p111t11 01111 C111 Ixcnncth C,r11111 Wl11ll111 Damn 11611 1L111ott H 1111111 171111111 1st11 MEMBERS R11111 Lantu 1V1'111c11cs 1V1lI1111t1I"lI1 L 11 Verma L15 VLH IS D1vt1111 Rum Sp'11 ke L 1s V1 'Ms Rum Rum 1 1111 R11111 Reno MCG111 Lie Verms LII, H'11L11S Cnntrc M1flC1lL9 XVTSIIC K111111115 L'1S Veins CJCOIQC R1tC11L11 Rum: A111 tu MCNI1UIlLY Reno W11tL1 1 11111L1' Reno C11ftf5I1 1 111s11 Wu-,twood W11tL1 St'1tu-. RL1111 kgxj . Y.-J 1 1 '- '2 2 W 1 2 , P2111 !17'7.LL 5 1 xv ' AS. I .A l .1--K , Q . . 1 ,V f i "1 ' -2 1 4, 1: '1:, .rua '1 7 ' "1 :,, 'I"- 1"' , '1' " vcr, " ' ' ' ' 'S P, .1'-H "iR :UZ ' , 'iv ', , . - ' . 2- ' 11 " ., 'I' ' Q- " :ci 'r Q i I I 41 lv., j l., 2 . U ' ' .. Y 41" L., 1 1' .' 1 1' a ' 3 N 1 - 7. 1 I 1 L . . 5 . . - V 1 1 n 1 - .X , , . V 2.1-' 12 ' 1' .P . . 2 2 . 1 1' 32 1 . . . . . 1' '11' -- . . . . . 2.1 D23 ' J' . . . . Joseph 1V1r1st1'1:12111111 .... IJZIYUIII 5121014 R1Ch2ll'L1SllIl .... . . Ely 71 ' ' U . . . . If 'bzq 2 H112 . . . . . . 1 'A '2 ' ' 'V . . . . . 2 "f.H ...... un ' Q 1 r 1 - 1 1 3 1 X 1 1 2 ' ' ' " . . . . . . . ' 337 N r r Xl ' A 1 ' A 2 1 2 .... . 1 1: " . ...... F111 F7 A n H A . l 7 1 I ns-n n 4 . 2 ' '- 2g . . . 2. D2 1 'V V I J 'Y u u n Q K DC 99 7451 1- " " Y Y .-f . 2-.-- 1'-. 1- Y P . 211 i122 -Y 7----- ' - , 1--Q + rf- fr Y f-1 .-r --'f 1-r-:sry h A -1.1- .131- ARTEMISIA ITM LINCOLN HALL Men's Dormitory Paul Harwood Mfutcv' HALLMIZN Top Row: E. Best, D'f1Ilesramiro, Dellamnvzica-Sccourl Row: Ilarf Mdf64'Il, Olzfenzam, Peck, Reed, Odell MEMBERS Eldcn Best . . . Fallon Albert D'Allesszmdro . . .Lovelock Louis Dellamonica . Howard Hart Frank Howland Thomas Kachos Vladmir Kravetsky . . Odd Otteraaen Odd Ottereaan Herbert Peck . Jack Reed . Stacy Alter . Alson Gibson . Donald Odell Del Wiiiingci' 100 . Lovelock . Piedmont . Reno . . Greece San Francisco . Yerington . Yeringtos Boulder City . . Napa . . Elko . LasVegz1s . . . Fallon . Los Angeles HALLMEN Top Row: Bartlett, R. Besl, Frrwcix, lMm'leL'1lon-Svflnnl' Rurc: IUEIVIUI- len., T. lllarris, Tfrdfard, Funk, G. Jworris, lfVcinur MEMBERS ' 36 Walter' Bartlett . . Robert Best . Ralph Bireharcl . George Franois . . Eugene Gordenev . . Roy Nlackedon . Howard lVlelVlullen . Thomas Mcxrris . John Tedford . . . '37 Russell Baker . . . Charles Funk . William Guild . Gordon lVIeDonalcl . Guy lVIorris . . Louis Weinei' . . Fallon . . Fallon . Los Angeles . Las Vegas San Francisco . . Fallon . Las Vegas . Tonopah Fallon Hawthorne . . Lund . Yerington . lVlinden . Tonopah . Las Vegas 101 LINCOLN HALL Men's Dormitory Robert lVlart-an M1131 07' ARTEMISIA l934 , L...-.-,L-Q , - INTRAMURAL SPORTS ,f Y :V WWY, L AM VI. P 1 . 1 -., , .ra-. I -.-.rc--Q-,-k 1 4. - 71-7 , ,, 0,-A W., 7,4 -,,-,EH Q- , U ,.-v-.4--. .. ,.., . . .. , gi., A l? TEM. l S lA 1593!-L I l l INTRAMURAL SPORTS lmost looks like a page in the Sigma Nu scrapbook. Anyway, the boys cleaned up things in the intcrfrat sports for the spring and fall of 1933. Up thcre's the winning basketball team and below it may be seen their championship track and baseball teams. A couple of action shots of "Elie" and "Ame" with a ball club show the mettle of their men. 102 .Q , , 'n l -, ii -1 ,i. ,l v ii li 1 INTRAMURAL SI OR 1 S ,fx INTRAMURAL SPORTS Qfrank Leonard of the Sigma Nu house may he seen Hnishing K in first place in the cross country run while the Lamhcla Chi volleyball champs display some of the fine points of the game. Dolan anal Olson again, as horseshoe doubles champions. Kerwin Foley, winner of the interfrat matches may he seen in action and with his partner Nix who helped him Win the doubles. is is ,ee193,e-is ss is is N 'ill I l Y , .-, ' - -i. -I '-' ' . fl ,firm ll' , ' ' i 1 - n 1 - ' ' i '- : .- l - I - 1 ,- 1 Nilillllflif. SWA H9315- 'ri'- Y J'-q - Jr- IF: I -' 1 -Y ' 'Y ' -1- - - 1 N -1 FY- .L l.- f-1' f --'- i " 3. ,L 'Ir 4, oil! n f' :H':'fl ' 'L I I 'H ' H C- Mo ':l:i:- ""' 2' ii lin ' n n fn - I M I "" ' - , . , ..- . I V u N L- I L , ii Y L- - - S. S4 -meelug QQ.-::..,.g.-..,Lq ,1L1---: ..--..-r.e, .. ' ARTEMISIA INA .RAI-Ii! RAH VARSITY YELL LEADERS 1933 - 1934 BILL CROWELL PAUL FONTANA Yell Leader , JACK HUGHES Assistant In an a tt em pt to arouse the languid spirit prevalent on the campus, many and varied ral- lies were staged bypthe yell leaders. On the occas- A sion of the first home game a wild gang of pajama-clad hood- lurns paraded the downtown streets to let the natives know that there was a grid contest in the offing. The high- Assgmnt light of the year was the Homecoming hon- fire. Songs by the glee clubs, music by the band, speeches, yells, and a red-hot fire served to whip up spirits. During the year several rallies were held in the bleachers and in the gym and at all foot- ball and basketball games the varsity yell leader and his two Worthy assistants kept up the high spirits of the crowd. 104 ,! RAH! VARSITY SPORTS VARSITY SPORTS mzzffifirm . . . sknff prfzctfcz' . . . flzf syzmfl . . . frips . . . iflriflx fluff fjbiffs . . . flu' !6igg11711I' . . . zronfwvmrr xtmzzl- ing . . . -1vrizff11j2,f .... v 7U6'IIfl?I'.f HH!! .fwz'f1f,ff7i1'f,r . . .ufffzfl ffl Illll' .ffll1'll'l' NIIVLD . . . ARTEMHSIA IQBI4' VARSITY SPORTS JOHN 13. MARTIE Henri C 0l1Cil- of Bfcsketbzzll H rad of the Df'fI17'l7ll'L?71i of Physical Education 106 VARSITY SPORTS 1 Hi? . V A ,. I 1 ' H ,gil ... RH, .1 'fr . -nf. ,-, -H.,-.-'.-I ' ' 1. lv CLARENCE L. MITCHELL Head Conch of Football Hemi Conch af Track and Field 107 ARTEMISIA H7314 ARTEMISIA I934 VARSITY SPORTS Frflz Co llrin l l.'h1'.fh'r Scnmtou ASSISTANT COACHES i ritz Coltrin serving as assistant coach to lvlitchell has had the experience of 4 working with him as both were assistants to Nibs Price at California in 1928 and 1929. Coltrin held down the tackle berth on the California varsity in '25, '26, '27 and was chosen captain in his last year and was rated as an all-coast tackle. Chester Scranton, Frosh coach, produced an outstanding football team this year, winning every game of the season. In basketball his yearmen lost only one of their l scheduled games. From indications his trackmen should round out a most successful year for him. Scranton is also assistant director of men's physical education. Dan Bledsoe steered his junior varsity Whites basketball team through a tough season to win the City League tournament. Bledsoe, a stellar forward on the Nevada varsity was chosen All-Conference forward for two successive years. Gail Parsons and Alfred Thies have served on the coaching staff of the football squad and materially aided in the building of the freshman team. Both men have made impressive grid records on the Nevada varsity. Gnilc Pnrsu ns Alfred Thin Dan Bledsoe 108 1 I VARSITY SPORTS supervising the sophomore managers and doing innumerable small jobs. also Was awarded a block N sweater for his services. oval in good condition and arrantfe meets. , ee, , , 1.:.:L3 Rmlplz fllemnllc EXQQY' "'- t ,ga it Fran! Hzlm lL"l'1lJl'l- lQf5.l,ge MANAGERS - 1, ,-slf,, 'i ...De alph Menante was chosen to fill the job of football manager and for his good 1 services he was awarded a block N sweater at the close of the season. The posi- tion of manager is very important to the smooth working of the squad as it is his duty to arrange for transportation and quarters for the team, besides caring for equipment, Frank Hickey was selected as manager of basketball for the 1933-34 season after ably serving his apprenticeship as a sophomore manager. His position carries a great deal of responsibility with it, for the needs of a hoop squad are very numerous. He Floyd Smalley was manager of track for the 1933 season and Bud Loomis Was selected to succeed him for 1934. Both of these men were well Htted to handle this tedious job and were chosen upon the basis of their past merits and records. The serv- ices of the manager are required at all liimes and it is his special job to maintain the track D Floyd Slllllllt'-V lfuif I.fmul1.r ' 109 Y 4 -Ywpw-W F- 3'-N--A M- i 2 Y H - 'Y X rm 1 Mmig- "V Ulm'- i lg 16 , it , li . ig . 1 ,J VA 1 . T .l . M I A, NV- f 1 T: ., Z , g Aar.: :2:.:..:i --W ..- --- f- -1-v-U--vivv-'fr -1-rf-vp 1:--www w---vw f- -1-J.-1 -or - 1-new --:Y - A - f- - -.-1-we r. no J GRIDDERS THE SEASON he 1933 football season, Head Coach Clarence "BrickH Mitcliellas second at Nevada, was the most successful in recent gridiron history. The Wtmlf Pack was undefeated and untied in Far Western Conference play, thereby gaining the undisputed championship of the circuit for the first time since the conference was founded. The stiff eight game schedule, played by one of Nevada's smallest squads, was completed with a record of four wins and four losses. UNIVERSITY OF SAN FRANCISCO The first intercollegiate game in the far west football season between the University of Nevada and San Francisco University provided the first upset of the year as the Nevadans romped through their heavily favored opponents by a score of 12 to 7. lVIarvin Turner, Wolf Pack guard, intercepted a S. F. U. forward pass in midheld and dashed to the goal line to put Nevada in the lead at the end of the first quarter. Jack Hill failed to Convert. The Dons took the lead just two minutes before the first half was over. Their score came as a result of their recovery of a blocked punt inside of Nevada's ten-yard line. After Bianchi, ,reef 1 t ' ,es f . . - it ya V1.1 -aff . K1 54 IZ 'Ly' -1 Q? i .i .u-Lf' E XL ,I-A' i Q I P will 'V , H" 'I l J I: xiii' , , , 42 ' '-gi." I un, 3 Q Jack Hill gels of II quick kick in Cal game 110 'I' it ! lgit. GRIDDERS THE SEASON Don hack, had carried the hall over for the touchdown, Blewett converted and the score at the half was, S. F. U. 7, Nevada 6. The second half was marked hy brilliant defensive play of the Pack forward-wall. Time after time, the Dons would carry the hall within striking distance of the Nevada end-zone, only to he turned hack hy their opponents. In the latter part of the third quarter, the Winning touch- down was scored hy Nevada's diminutive Jack I-Iill, after he had out-maneuvered the entire S.l7.U. defense in his 77-yard jaunt to the "hill-topper's', goal. Cashill's attempt to convert failed. Several scoring attempts of the S.F.U. team in the waning minutes of the hall-game failed. UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA California's Golden Bears again routed Nevada's Wolf Pack in their annual tussle in the former's Memorial Stadium. The score was 34 to nothing. D In the game, ohviously outclassed, the Nevada varsity had their hacks against their own goal line most of the afternoon. The U.C. mentor, "Navy Billn Ingram, used almost every man on his large squad sometime during the contest. This continual in- jection of reserve material into the game hy the California coach '-N Jade Hill, f11mrll.'rlam'fe George Tllarp, half Jack Hellmu, lnrkfc vcrlfasr if .-if sf 1 mm- 'W N .' ",. 1:15 Nui. 'Z .' 33-1 .45-' ' 4' il' l 4 lffzxhifl hrrnles lhrongli to stop n Cnlifurzzia rumvi ,me e ,.e,,LQe.-- ,,- ,e,-.--.--e.m---,, Y 1 I Y - V mi - ' -, r rzi, i, , V ii . ii ii ,Kal ,I I . Z- A, . 1... 'I ' I i . I ,F " ii , , 1 r : . ..1...ln nur li .Ili gl Q I Y ,M pt, 4 ie' J--ui-:It.,,...-. tw, ,,- gem W-,-W . .-x W I !. kilt.5f1eE i'e-11,l'.'..'flT,l11.3 - , ::,:,aLi 5 ', V: -'T1,Z, T: 'f - ,154 , . ARTEMISIA IQIBLL C ecil Sfawell, tackle Paul Walker, emi Dan Toquero, center THE SEASON proved to be too much of a handicap for Nevada's mentor, "Brick" Mitchell, with scarce reserve strength to offset. Five minutes after the opening kick-off, Varner, Bear half- back, ran 16 yards for his team's initial score. This sophomore proved troublesome during the entire game for the Nevada tacklers, as he scored three touchdowns and reeled off a goodly number of the 360 yards gained from scrimmage by his mates. Jack Hill and Vic Carroll, Wolf backs, were defensive and ciensive mainstays for the Sagebrushers. OLYMPIC CLUB A galaxy of ex-college stars from San Francisco's Olympic Club proved themselves slightly superior to Nevada in the first home game of the season when they Walked 0E the field with a hard-earned 14 to O victory to their credit. The stellar playing of Todd and Slavich, Wiiiged "O" ends, was the highlight of the fray. The Club line, the largest faced hy the Pack all season was almost impregnable. Nevada never got the ball inside the invaders thirty-yard line. The defensive play of Turner, Beemer, and Toquero, Wolf linesmen, received high praise from all spectators. Turner .slaps Baird nf the Olympic Club an emi-arou-ndiplay - 112 GRIDDERS GRIDDERS, THE SEASON LOYOLA Vlfrigley Field, in Los Angeles, with Loyola university furnishing the opposition, was the scene of Nevada's next en- counter. This contest, an after dark battle, resulted in a Nevada defeat hy a 21 to IJ Score. After a scoreless first quarter, featured by a brilliant punt- ing duel between opposing backs, Bouchard, Loyola half, squeezed through a hole in the right side of NCX'HCl2-1,8 line and scampered 18 yards to a touchdown. An unstoppable aerial attack unleashed in the second half by the southerners, netted them two more touchdowns while they held the Wtrlf Pack scoreless. Jack and Harvey Hill, fast Wrmlf backs, tore off many yards hut to little avail as the Lion defense would stiffen when a Nevada scoring threat loomed up. COLLEGE OF PACIFIC The annual "big home gamel' of the year, the Homecoming Day battle, played before one of the largest throngs in Nevada football history, proved to be one of the most spectacular gridiron contests waged here in several seasons. Coach Alonzo A. Stagg's Pacific Bengals were tamed by a Tom Casbill, renter Lee Priest, qllarlerlmrk Gene Safrf, curl A fakcrc-vs1'sc from Cfuroll ln Hill gels um-lsr 'llfdy 1 13 l,:...L.Y - -.., -,T .-,,,,,Y.. .V - V Yi -Y -.Y IQQLI4. Sli l '-.li ii 1 l -i-1-1 ARTEMISIA IWW fa Rulmrt Harris, emi Dan Hlcflxou, lmlfbnvlc George Ilaaflg.-11., ldcklu GRIDDERS THE SEASON mid-season form Wcmlf Pack by a score of 7 to O. Harvey Hill, Wcmlf half, was "sprung" in the open in the third quarter by a fighting Nevada line and he out-raced the entire Pacific back- Held in his 70-yard dash to scoring turf for the only touchdown of the game. Carroll added the extra point via the drop-kick route. ST. MARY'S Before the unstoppable running and aerial attacks of St. lVIary's Galloping Gaels, Nevada's VVolf Pack suffered it's worst defeat of the season, 61 to O. The "touchdown parade" began early in the First half when George Wilson, halfback, culminated a sustained 80-yard drive down the field by slicing through the left side of Nevada's line for four yards and a score. John Benson, end, played good defensive ball for the Ne- vada aggregation. CHICO STATE Maintaining an undefeated record in conference play, Nevada rompecl through Chico State by a 21 to 0 score in the final home engagement of the season. .lack Hill gel: away In Chien game' l 14 GRIDDERS THE SEASON Displaying a complete dominance of play throughout the game, the Nevadans scored a touchdown in each of the Hrst three quarters and then ucoasted throughl' the Concluding playing stan- za on the strength of their safe margin. Flournoy, Carroll, and Jack Hill carried the hall over for the touchdowns and Tom Cashill converted on each occasion. CALIFORNIA AGGIIQS VVith a win meaning at least a tie for conference honors, Nevada completed its schedule hy registering a 21 to 7 victory over the Farmers of Davis. Jack Hill, playing his last game in Nevada colors, made a conspicious farewell, as he ran wild through the Aggie defense on numerous occasions and scored two of his mates' touchdowns. The Aggie score, in the second period, came as a result of a long forward pass play. The final score of the season was made hy Vic Carroll, full- hack, as he dashed right through the middle of the Aggie defense .Iuhu Iflourfmy, lmlf for thirty yards and a touchdown. 'l7"'i'2"" 1""""", !"""1 lim! 11'u11.vl4'y, half Bark Rott: llllfllfllg, l.'uckrcH, J. Ilill, Slnrk, IIUVKNII, Privrl, Slc'j7flL'II.Y, Nlorrif, Thorp, Ilurrfx-i'lrlfJiH1.' Ruff: BV7lgUf1, 11. Hill, Tnnzer ,Ki-ll, llmflrn, 1'lIrGl1f1'i', BIIIAII, Y'Il7llt'l'l7, Pine, lgl1,'Af5I1C'1I'll'0III Ruse: U'411ker, Berzzzrr, I"ln1n'uny, Salrl, Carroll, li'fu,ru11v, 1'vl'l'IllfiL'IIbt'l'g, Szflvifh, SI'u:c'i71l, lfcdxlejd 115 HOOPSTERS I ARTEMISSIA 1931+ QIA V140 Cecil Si0fU!,'lI, center I I l'!l'011l Czmrrm, guard fuck Hill, forward THE SEASON difficult task of developing a winning basketball team out of a minimum amount of available material was faced this season by Coach E. Martie, Nevada mentor. After a discourag- ing early season series of defeats, the Wolf Pack found itself and closed the season winning a majority of the contests on the later part of the schedule. Graduation this year will cut the squad of ten men exactly in half. Two veteran forwards, Jack Hill and Robert Leiightong two centers of long service, Victor Carroll and Cecil Stowcllg and Harold Curran, three-letter guard, conclude their varsity hoop careers in the season's final series With the California Aggies. CHICO STATE An aggressive, smooth-working Chico State hoop quintet emerged victorious in both ends of a double-header series against Nevada's Wolxfes in the Far Western Conference curtain-raiser. Before the first half was barely begun in the first game, the Teachers jumped into a 14 to 1 headstart. When Nevada gained the lead mid-Way in the second half, the Staters put on a closing rush which swept to victory with a final score of 33 to 30. l Phillips .vifnks a long one in the Sum Jose game 116 HOOPSTERS THE SEASON In the second game, as in the first, the Chico men gained a large lead early in the contest. They never lost their first place position and spurted to win by a score of 35 to 25. 155. FT E1"f'al S ith, SAN JOSE STATE I QISM In the first home conference series Nevada met the quintet from San Jose. Though the game was closely contested through- out the invaders nosed out a win in the closing minutes of play to score 38 to 36. The second game was nearly a repetition of the first and the A VVolf Pack dropped its fourth straight conference game. HOUSE OF DAVID Displaying an alert hrand of hall, Nevada gained an even hreak in a two-game series against the colorful, highly enter- taining House of David harnstormers. The Nevadans won the first encounter hy a narrow margin i D of one point, 32 to 31. The return engagement the following 4 Q 1 I u I ' ' .,-. evening was another thriller, resulting 111 victory for the bearded C' M'H""" f""1""'i ,I7 7, Vidar I.'.m-all, soulm- 01105, -5-' to -'f- R. Lcighlon, flll"lUdI'l-I The bearded men hold M-erylhi11.g while Leighton ,vhuolx eeMee,,,T.D-ll7., -W -. It ee D- -- , I -1 I ,- 'LIIII L 5' . ,l . , I Hg " a..Y'Igi .Ig pg , II I, I' li L - .-. .I i. JIM' n , yy. III, l L"iL1':' HI ' II1Igi in - nb -I ILIIII l' 'II -I ., I Y 1 7 i .,- ' ": Y Ty l' lu n ,....--,, r M, ,.. T- P D a...-. it Q, ,,.a...-,u 1,-- D-em T -,I -Jr ,.....t . CAE Y W W n.1..+,7Y , Y, ,, . 1. 1 x 1 ,Zl":'f'N2 VA ldjjii :VA V. Trrjwguav, gurml rlllrvlv Lansilulz, gmlrrl D. IQIHIIIIITU, furfcllrfl G. Thnrji, furrcfnrfl HOOPSTERS TH E S EAS ON COLLEGE OF PACIFIC A douhle hill Win over the 1934 conference champions was the highlight of the entire season when a fighting new VVolf Pack sent the Stockton team smarting under the twin defeats hy scores of 28 to l8, and Z2 to 17. Both the contests were marked by the remarkahle defensive work of Curran and Tapogna, Nevada's veteran-rookie guard Combination. ST. lVIARY'S hlaking their only San Francisco appearance of the season the Pack tackled the Gaels of Moraga Valley to split the series with them. The 1112111-to-1'I121I1 defense of the Gaels proved hewildering to the Sagehrushers in the first contest and they got a one-sided 46 to 26 decision. Showing a complete reversal of form in the second game, Nevada captured a hard-fought hattle hy a score of 30 to 27. CALIFORNIA AGGIES In the concluding game of the season Nevada pitted its strength against the Aggies. The first game was won hy the Pack with a one-point margin of 26 to 25, while the visitors reversed the tahles in the next contest hy the same difference, winning Z4 to 23. Hickey, illazlngcrg Ramzacc, Iazfivsdurf., Currurz, Phillip, lmiglzloii, Carrull, Tlmrp, Tapogun, Hill, Slucu-ll, J. E. lllclrliu, C0lICfl , L18 C mmm A C. E i i All "ull -.f:, -' - 4,- 13 41 i, - 7 -- , -,ff - 1-rf.---f--A-1-bf l TRACKSTERS THE SEASON nterest in track was at a very low ehh during the unsuccess- ful 1933 track season. The small turnout, together with the adverse weather conditions, spelled for Nevada one of the most unfruitful track and field years in recent history. The few men that did answer Coach C. L. lVIitehell's call were of good caliher and gave good accounts of themselves in the several scheduled meets. The highlight of the season was the thrilling meet held on lVlackay Held with the College of Pacific. The Wolf Pack drop- ped the meet hy the narrow margin of one point which was indeed a creditahle showing with such a scarcity of material. In recognition of their services, several men were awarded sweaters. They were Paul Leonard, milerg Ralph Hromadka, hurdlerg Howard Smiths, two-milerg Harvey Hill, sprinterg Jack Hill, hroad-jumperg and Dan Bledsoe, high-jumper. CALIFORNIA AGGIES Q .lark Hill llfffighfx am! lVIeetinff a veteran track team in the owning meet of the 'CF k. Hrrmfljlwlp Far VVestern season Nevadals track and field s uad was defeated Dfw "'7f"ff"f' A - 1' j .' 1' 1 4' ' q uf ighfv U11 llirlf hy a one-sided score of 86l,f3 to 4-llfg. ,1,,,,,,, Sh1111I'i:1g: L4mmi.v, l'Um1ag1'1'g Sf1'jJf1e11r, Half, llilsrllirlu, limiting, F. 1',lfl7lIzll'a1, illlifill, Turm'r, Ulllfraauvz, l,'nlJtc'c1l, II. Iliff,-Sf'1lm'1iZ Hrlrfn'1:m, Lnlifilf, fnhuxon, P. Lralmrif, J. Ilfll, I1A'i1llI1ll1, Crrucv, R. Ilnrt, D. Ilmzf, T1'r11111lv.vr1r1 119 i fb .yu fl , ' WX -fi , I-,F . - We-1-5-:gr1s1'1T.,-r,,r,:,-:Z me xn!"x'l- f - ,-. -N ---f- - lY.4'. T .Mil Hlfh rosa 1-+L-1, - .4 CJ I. ,l l ,ll . H ..l APTEMISIA IQBIL b .... F Ralph Hrrmzadka H urdl ex Harvey Hill Spri-nl.: TRACKSTERS 4 THE SEASON Ralph Rhomadka, hurdler, and Harvey Hill, dash man, accounted for nearly half their team,s total, winning two events each. Paul Leonard, miler, and Howard Smithe, two-miler, tal- lied the other two first places winning their respective events in easy style. The Nevada men as a Whole, although not conceeded a chance of taking the meet, turned in several creditable perform- ances which threatened conference records. COLLEGE GF PACIFIC One of the closest dual meets in the history of the local track was staged when the Wfxlf Pack met the Bengals of Pacific and were defeated by a scant margin of one point, 66 to 65. Not until the results of the broad jump were determined was the Winner known. Jack Hill was outjumped by a bare one- quarter inch by Bardin QPQ, and by this narrow margin Went the victory of the entire show. Nevadals eight first places were accounted for by Paul Leonard in the mile, Harvey Hill in the l00-and 200-yard dashes, Ralph Hromadka in the high and low hurdles, Sam Arentz in the two-mile, and Dan Bledsoe in the high jump and pole vault. Ilarvey Hill lakes llze h111z4ir'ud-yard rlilsh in the inlvrfrnt -mee! 120 . TRACKSTERS THE SEASON' FAR WESTERN CONFERENCE Competing in the fifth annual Far Western Conference meet held in Sacramento, several Nevada track men concluded their season's activities when they garnered IOVQ points. Howard Smithe, sensational Wolf long distance star, scored Nevada's lone first place in the meet. His performance in the two-mile, timed in 9 minutes and 58 seconds, nears the school record. Paul Leonard, Nevada's sophomore miler, was defeated by a scant few yards in his event. Dan Bledsoe, taking fourth in high jump, and Harvey Hill, placing third in the 220-yard dash, accounted for the remainder of the points. 1934 TRACK VVith several veterans around which to build a fairly Well balanced team, Coach Mitchell's 1934 squad looks to be one of the best in several seasons. Several of last year's frosh men will account for themselves and should turn in a good record for the season. The scheduled meets for this season are: April 21-Chico State at Chico. April 28-California Aggies at Reno. lVIay 5-Far Western Conference meet at Sacramento. H award Smiths Distance Paul Leonard Distance 1 Smilhf: :lnrlr and wins the two-mile in the F ar W extern mee! A .121 ARTEMISIA IQSLI' BLOCK N LETTERMEN CJ 1 lock UNH Society is an organization composed of those men Who have earned a letter in any of the three major sports, and also managers of these sports. It is organized to promote the interest of athletics on the Campus and to- aid Nevada in its intercollegiate athletic Contests. It also specifies all regulations concerning athletic awarcls. Daniel Bledsoe Harvey Hill . Alonzo Priest Kenneth Austin Vvlllllllll Beemer Daniel Bledsoe John Benson Bud Beasley Victor Carroll Thoniz-is Cashill John Chism Harold Curran Roetor Fuhrmzni hlohn Flonrnoy George Hatllen Robert Harris OFFICERS MEMBERS Frank Hickey .lack Hill Harvey Hill. VValter Hunting Ralph Hroniadka Dale Hart Lionel Jasper ljclwin Kell Rohert Leighton Paul Leonard Allen Lansclon Ralph lVIen:inte President . . Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Alonzo Priest Gaile Parsons Clayton Phillips Daniel Ronnow Gene Salet Floyd Smalley Cecil Stowell Alfred Thies Marvin Turner George Tharp Daniel Toquero Vernon 'llapogna Paul VValker hflllllllllgi llrommlka, Rom!-010, L.'TlIS1lIUl, Tapugrz-11, Pllilllps, Lvuflilrtl, Stlltwll, Cllfflillx -Mf"'1"""': l'l'1"lk"", l lnlv 5-Smlrful: lmlglvlcrrl, f.'llI'I'47!I, Tfzirx, Snlrf, Hart, Blmimfr, .i11.vlir1,, Huvmur, ll. Ilill, llinifing, l"nll1'mm1, Smalley 122 ny-, , i -,- Ls, , - L 1 -htm J. - Ifstff L-1--Est . -L-ff---1-A1 4.' .,-T.. - FROSH SPORTS FRESH MAN SPORTS mmzrnzfx . . . gnngling grwrzzlmrm . . . lzojmlnxx lIIU'7"l',.f . . . high yahoo! rnzorrly . . . fait ymr's varsity I,l7Iif07'll1X . . . ffn' xmfrfzzflz .vqmnf . . . jvwfirzziufzrirx . . . Clzrf Scrim- 14011 FROSH SPORTS FRESHMEN FOOTBALL 1' - ::f f 1 'f " , -11 -2 . '-':f .l.a.:- -' .2 ,1rJ:- 'H - .if.:f - - fran , -LL 1 5- 1, ,, .1',, 'iQ l, H-5--nf.: - . ARTEMISIA IQB-Li Gwlaying against the best of the local teams and the College of Pacific freshmen the Nevada frosh under the direction of Coach Chester Scranton came through the season undefeated for the first time in the history of the school. The team as a whole was the largest and strongest of recent years and should provide plenty of good varsity material. l Scoring against Reno high school apparently at will in their opening game, the freshmen gave notice that they were set for a good season. The backfield combination of Cromwell, Robb, Haman, and Sauer smothered what resistance Reno had by the score of 34 to 7. The following week the freshmen journeyed to Fallon for a game. The Cubs overpowered the Mellonpickers and were leading 13 to U in the second period when the game was called because of the unfortunate death of a Fallon player. In the tussle with the College of Pacific freshmen on the gridiron at Stockton, the Cubs reached the peak of perfection not evidenced before during the season. It was a hard and tough-fought game, but the Wolf Cubs proved to be too much for the Tiger Cubs and captured the game by a score of 13 to 6. The freshmen met the Ely eleven in their next game on Mackay field. The Ely team was not quite as strong as formerly and was swamped by a score of 39 to O. In the game at Susanville the baby Wcnlves showed less offensive power than usual but were still able to pile up a lead of 19 to 0 against the high school champions. In the concluding game of the schedule the frosh journeyed to Las Vegas to take on the local team which has boasted a high school championship for the past two years and defeated them 25 to 0 to climax a successful season. Each of the thirty-one men on this year's squad made his numeral. Back Rota: Callahan, Foremaxter, Sauer, Small-ey, Hill, Showalter, Caldwell, Alle-iz-Middle Row: Rulwlz, Lovzmari, Littlefield, Guild, Kennedy, Morris, Cromwell, McDvzL', Rose, Carle, This: and Parsonx, flssistavzt Coaches-Front Row: Scrzmtovz-, Coach, Di Iullo, Herr., Lansdon, Bowden, Palmer, Byinglon, Poulsrzn, Caxhill, Willimm, Horgcm, Myles 124 . FROSH SPORTS FRESHMEN BASKETBALL 7 ompleting a most successful season the Cub players under the able direction of Coach Scranton upheld the reputation built up by their football team in the fall season and swept through their opponents to victory, dropping but one game in the entire season. lVleeting the Virginia City five in the opening game of the season, the Frosh de- feated them by a score of 35 to 24. In a later game the Frosh scored another victory over Virginia City, 32 to 24. The Cubs mCt their toughest opponents when they traveled to Susanville where they lost their first and last game of the season by a close score of 17 to 14. This game evened the series between the two teams, the freshmen having decisively beaten the Lassen County boys in an earlier game on the University court 34 to 21. Gardnerville, an enthusiastic team from Douglas County, gave the Frosh a hard game and lost only by one basket with a score of 26 to 24. In the Reno game the first-year men hit their stride by again defeating the Huskies 23 to 19. On the following week-end they defeated the Lovelock team on their own court by a score of 26 to 13. ln the second game against Loveloclc the Frosh again claimed honors, winning 25 to 20. ln a one-sided game the yearlings handed the members of the Hawthorne C.C.C. team a defeat of 40 to 29 in a well played game. Playing a preliminary to the varsity game, the members of the blue and white fought to victory over the College of Pacific UB" team. The Wolf Cubs played both skillfully and smoothly, proving to be by far the better team as the score of 24 to 13 may indicate. The Cubs rounded out their successful season by handing the Yerington cagers a defeat by scoring a 22 to 13 lead over them. Numerals were awarded on the basis of attendance and spirit, to seventeen mem- bers of the squad. 1 . , - -f H - A - ' ' L-H .,"' - ... : Jl3'lL.fL'lL, DeLnf'lflnrc, Pruxffz, Dixon, Roguin, Rudriquee, 1'VIrmgum, Smith, l'Vildvr, Ellioll, I'lIcDofv, Scfanlrm. 125 ARTEMISIA IQ34 ri .-d,.r,, 4.4. 3 L , FROSH SPOR FS F RESHMEN TRACK he 1933 freshmen track season might he considered successful as far as promises for next year's varsity is concerned. Lack of material and only a few outstanding men contributed to a mediocre season. The lnterclass meet gave the freshmen a tie for third place with the sophomores. The seniors ran away with the meet with -1-2 points, the juniors garnered 32 to take second place, and the lowerclassmen tied with 28 points apiece. John Noyes in the dashes, Walter Hunting in the hurdles, Lynn Gerow in the weights, and Victor Becaas in the javelin and discus throw were the freshmen who placed in the meet. The Fresh met Reno high School next in a dual meet on hfackay field. Times were slow and there were no outstanding performances because of the stiff cross-wind. Hunting was the work horse of the Cubs, taking 18 points in his events. The Frosh won this meet 74K3 to 47 Tn a scheduled four-cornored meet of Reno, Sparks, Susanville, and the Frosh, poor weather conditions caused Sparks to withdraw. Susanville was represented hy only one man, Galloway, who took ll points. The freshmen Won this meet after a close contest with Reno. The Cubs scored 58 points, Reno High 47 points, and Susan- ville ll. Booth of Reno scored I5 points to annex high honors. Hunting, with I4 points was the individual Frosh star. The final meet of the Frosh was on lVIackay Field against Susanville. The weather was poor for a track meet, and no records were broken. , The roster of those who competed in the various events included: Hunting, Noyes, Cummings, Matliias, Gerow, Hartman, Brown, Best, Hadlen, Tannehill, YVake- 1 ling, Bohlke, Hunter, Leavitt, Record and Couch. Slamling: Ilatfunr, Bm'kur, Cobb, Rnguivz, fllazzlc, Richards, Zadocz:-Senlt-ti: flliuzgnm, Prnxin, Ruse, Di 111110, lLlcDoczJ, Devore, Carpenlur, Lnbiu 126 . - ,A .,i. , - CREATIVE CREATIVE mjny . . . rz.v,vfgm11f'11fs . . . i7lf't'I"Ui!"LUK . . . no nvws . . . 1f1'r1fUf11c'.r mm' ffl!lIYlbl'flf5 . . . fflwrs HIL!! XIKZKSOS f77'0fIHllfU.Y . . . KONI' mmrs . . . the Frofiv . . . makczljz . . . profs . . . forguffwz limnf . . . tfIU'f1Ii7'l . . YEARBOOK ARTEMISIA '13 5532 11- -4 - 2 -'-"-' -:gr .- - 5 H...-. 2 4. .jig 1 N,-Z. 1-?,-t-r-:- ,dt-. mbffiffi-1-:aj Y wi 15. ARTEMISIA I934 A ainting a colorful and lasting reproduction of the year on the Nevada campus, the 1934 Artemisia makes its appearance. ' The theme is woven around the campus and its people and accordingly is divided into two main divisions, the first of Whichdeals with those who make up the university personnel and the second with college life. It has been our problem to embody originality, mechanical perfection, and artistic appeal within the book, and at the same time keep Within definite financial limits. What we believe to be some of the salient features of the book are the unusual cover, the greater use of color as seen in the borders, the informal presentation of the faculty department heads with biographical sketches, the campus views, the use of cloth figures to depict the vari- W ous subdivisions, and a new type of page layouts. These combine with several features of the physical makeup to give the Arternisia an informal and vivid atmosphere. ROBERT CREPS Editor ' EDITORIAL STAFF Robert Creps . ...... . . Editor Clarence Byrd . Junior Editor Beverly Douglas . . Junior Editor Ned Moreliotise .......... Junior Editor 1 l Y op Row: Arcntz, Bibb, Blakely, Bo-wrin, Byrd, Cardinal-Second Row: Caxofn, Cobb, Curran, Dolan, Douglas, F' k Graf Green-Thi-rd Row: Harfnmn, fwzkfnx, Lmzszlon, Loomis, Maher, Alclllennmin, Il-lorehnusrr, an I 1 MUfglI'flTF01lflll Rom: lldullen, Nelligzm, Olson, Palmer, Prunty, Rosrsberry, .Slawn, Wzllzaflzs ' 128 W Y E A R B O 0 K ,Q ii irirm "" ff' ' media: . 53:13. . ARTEMISIA N spite of generally improved conditions in and A W around the university, the Artemisia business staff was confronted with two conditions which gave some difficulty in the financing of the book. The first of these arose in the spring of l933 when the Associated Students adopted the new constitution. Under the administration ARTEMISIA of this instrument the Artemisia now' receives three dollars i934 from each student where formerly four dollars was al- lowed per book. The second of the difficulties arose in- directly from the National Industrial Recovery Act. On all of its contracts the Artemisia was forced to accept the code terms for its material and accordingly the production cost of the book was increased. DONQHQGEQOWN To overcome these diHiculties a well-balanced staff of ad-chasers was organized, each member of which devoted many hours to the placing of the Artemisia on a sound financial basis. It is only through the extra efforts put forth by the staff that we have been able to sponsor a yearbook which compares favorably with those of the past in size and quality of material. The Artemisia is deeply grateful to the Retail llflerchants Association of Reno, and to all those business men of the city and vicinity Whose unselfish support has assured the financial success of the book. BUSINESS STAFF Donald Brown . . . Maiiagei' Angelo Urrutia . . Assistant Manager l Top Raw: Burke, Co.6b, Corccco, Carle, 1"rolich-Second Rozy: Grmmkc, Lilllmy, Luznno, flfIcCulIach, Petrona- ovich, Phillipx, Rather, Recon!-Thin! Row: Rolhaltz, Slr11.'i'n, Slater, Sfewarf, Tiribnll-Rhodes, Urritin, Walsh, , Wheeler 129 ll 'Lv . i .... . . 5-w. l I ii . n . " -7 4 A ' I .ii 1 "L . . ARTEMISIA M34 WILLIAM MCMENAMIN Eriftbr WEEKLY SAGEBRUSH ompleting its forty-first year of publication, the University of Nevada Sagebrush, official weekly newspaper of the college, developed several innovations, took decided stands editorially on issues of student govern- ment, and underwent a revolution in staff organization. Among the innovations made this year were the creation of an art staff, weekly staff meetings, abolition of the night staff, the inclusion of coverage of news throughout the collegiate world, new feature columns, an increase in news pictures and a new style of makeup. Campaigning on several important issues editorially, the Sagebrush succeeded in bringing about a check-up of Campus traditions, abolition of extreme physical hazing, several improvements on the campus and a change to re- lieve the conflict between the date of issuance of delinquent notices and the Home- coming Day celebration. Wi1lia1n lVIclVlenamin . .... . . . . Forrest Bibb Edward Mon tgomery Ned lVlorehouse Frances Smith EDITORIAL STAFF Editor . Associate Editor Associate Editor . . Associate Editor Associate Editor Top Row: fiCkL'flIlII1L, Armlarusler, .ilchesom Bibb, Byrd-Srcund Row: Cdflll-t1'l1-, Craps, Dickerson, parm, M. Graf, Frank, Frnlich, F. Graf-Tfzini Row: Doyle, Gunter, Leo-imrd,'Lyuv1s, 1VlucGilliwnry, Ivlillfflffg, Ilflwrtgomery, l'Vlorehuu.re4F0urth Rotcr: Neddeuriep, Nelligzm, Ratholtz, I. Sauer, 111. Sauer, Smzth, F. bull:- 94111, D. S11lIiv..'au 1 3 0 WEEKLY ' SAGEBRUSH HE ast year was one of the most successful ever enjoyed by the University of Nevada Sagebrush from a financial standpoint. Probably unprecedented in the history of the college weekly the size of the editions has been materially increased to six and eight pages a copy. Unhindered by bank closures, our work has been made comparatively easier by the spirit of returning pros- perity Which seems to be enjoyed by the local merchants who have been anything but niggardly in their support of the paper. We have also received loyal support from the national advertisers which has made possible the larger size of the paper. A drive staged by members of the junior managers' staff to secure more subscriptions and a wider subscription has resulted very profitably for the paper, from the standpoint of a greater sales income, and an increase of the Sagebrush as an advertising medium, and accordingly it now holds a reputation as such among the busi- ness men. YVILLIAM CROWELL ' M41-zrfzger BUSINESS STAFF Williallu Crowell ........ Business lVIanager Lino Del Grande . junior lVlanager VVilliam Gelder . . Junior Mallager LaRue Stark .......... junior Managex' rr'ii ' lt"it ' ' iljg e -r yij W. fl? ai- 1 'A 'I'-5 'ETX'1"fiv all t."i'11fT if 5' 5532 , a ll i Stale ' eiliflli-llllfill Q jj iiriir i,rr e,,:: 2 . 1 fii i gfti i by 1-jg . at e ccie f i S 1 il 9 ' ,I fl ' , " -1' ' il ' 'la tt e 1 t' F l g : arf V - ! 1 f'5'k- E .P l VLAsJ2 ,'.f -- ti r' Frei . -- "" ' fi in F922 li ii t 1 ' e f all ' if fe TQ 3' r ' 'P 4 if 7 if fllil Us W f f 1 '1 xiii-fat-iis-1'-iir:'e21.it1f:iziiirisaeii4ii2'afii2',i1fiiiiricfiii,eaiiti1srirfi.iiti2ri:irititrreissrf-Martitram Top Ra-:UZ :l4frl4'r1b1'ur1k4', l'Vf!I1fFj""'Sl'C07lr,1i Row: A1ldc'1'.vu11, flrulslroug, Hlumlell, Brllnmi, Chiaiovicb, Del Gramic, Duudcru, Efwrfl-Third Rauf FKIIICAEF, I"r'1l11leli1L, Gelder, Hzzfey, .I0kIl507l-J Kecgrf, flflaorz Richard- nm--I"aurrh Row: Rofholfcg, S1:1m'uzn, Slllwllfll, Smith, Sfark, Sizzler, Umbcr, VVal.vh 131 AEQTC ll ""'l,'x 'ilfwll 193455, J- 7 ...w,f ,.- -WY .--, e-,-.T,.., -- .,1.,...- - . - -. - I.,-,,.,......-..-,..---- --.,,. .-'l- ARTEMISIA H9314 HOWARD UMBER PUBLICITY NEWS BUREAU HE Student News Service Bureau, which has been operated by the office of the Graduate Managei' for the past tW'o years was taken over this year by Howard Umber under the direction and supervision of the Finance Control committee. This year has been an especially busy one for the bureau and a large staif has kept the public in- formed of the activities of the university people through the medium of news releases and mats and cuts to all the papers throughout the state, other college papers, and the leading periodicals on the coast. This year the bureau has featured a weekly program over the local radio station KOH with speeches and cn- Dirvclof tertainment by university people. OFFICERS Howard Umber . . . . . . Director Robert Creps Assistant Director STAFF Arlene Boerlin Betty Howell Aclelyn Rotholtz Tyrus Cobb Theresa Jauregui Clara VVillison-Umher Claire Fitzgerald Frandsen Loomis Fae Wittvvcr Tap RotuZBoerIin, Cobb, Craps, Fitzgerald, Howell--Botlnm Row: fnuregui, Loomis, Rotlzaltz, VVillisun Umber, Willwcr 1 3 2 PUBLICATIONS PUBLICATIONS BOARD OMPOSED of the heads of the two campus pub- lications and three students from the Senate at large, the Publications Board has the power of electing the new editors and managers at the close of the school yearg the removing from office of anyone deemed incom- petentg the Hlling of vacanciesg the exercising of a super- visory control over questioins concerning policies of the various publcitaionsg and the issuing of the Homecoming Day programs. The board was first organized in 1924, and since that time has increased its activities to include the main- taining of harmony between the solicitors of advertising, JAMES CAZIER and the downtown merchants. C h1ZfI'1hZlI1L OFFICERS ' James Cazier . . President MEMBERS .ff 1'te7ni5ia Sngelzrzzsfz fllembvrx at large Robert Creps Williaili lVlclVlenamin Ed lVIontgo1nery Donald Brown Willizllxi Crowell James Cazier i Kathleen HalTey Top Row: Hrrlccvl-Barton: Rom: Bibb, Crepx, Crnwcll, Halfcy, llflclldcvmzzziin, llfluvzlgonzery 133 ARTEMISIA IQBLL ARTEMISIA WML ORATORS DEBATE LD nder the tutelage of Robert S. GriH'in, the debate team of the University of University of Nevada has enjoyed one of the most successful seasons of recent years. Nevada teams met a number of the foremost debaters in the West and Northwest during the spring semester, including the University of Southern California, the Uni- versity of Idaho, Whitman College, and many others. The debate season was started during the fall semester, when representatives of fraternities and sororities met in intramural competition and conducted an elimination tournament. From those who competed in this tournament, Coach Griflin selected a varsity squad consisting of Cornelia Arentz, Guenevere Erikson, Paula Bradshaw, Edward Connors, Albert Agee, Williain Cashill, Fred Eikelberger, Emile Gezelin, and Lloyd Bowen. A number of veterans also reported for the squad, including Blanche Lucas, Guild Gray, Carl Dodge, Bryce Rhodes and Granville Fletcher. The intercollegiate season was opened in February, when Lloyd Bowen and Guild Gray met a team from Northwestern Nazarene College of Nampa, Idaho, in a no- decision contest. The University of Southern California then sent a women's team to Reno to debate Blanche Lucas and Paula Bradshaw in a contest which they won by a comfortable margin. The ,next meet in Reno was a mixed contest between Fred Fikelberger and William Cashill of Nevada, and two women from the College of Pacific. The Stock- ton orators won by a two-to-one margin. A womne's debate with Oregon State College was cancelled when the Oregon team found it impossible to make the trip. Two debates in April finished the season, When Oregon State College and the University of Southern California sentvteams to Reno to compete with Nevada men. Although Nevada did not win a large majority of her home debates, the complex- ion of the entire season changed when veterans Granville Fletcher and Bryce Rhodes started on their annual tour of the Northwest, meeting four of the outstanding teams of this section. i l Lucas, Bradshaw, Erikxon, derenlz V l 34 ORA FORS L DEBATE . In their first contest of the tour Fletcher and Rhodes were awarded a judges, decision over the strong team representing the University of Idaho at Moscow. The Nevadans then met Whitman College, at Walla Walla, Washington. The Whitman debaters are Northwest champions, having won the Northwest Invitational Debate tournament at Linfield College. Nevada lost to the Washiiigton team by a close margin, the judges requiring a forty-minute consultation before they rendered their decision. In the next contest, that with Williainette University at Salem, Oregon, the Nevada debate1's won a critical judges' decision, but in the last debate of the trip with Oregon State College at Corvallis, the men lost a hotly contested argument. Nevada will feel keenly the lossy of Granville Fletcher and Blanche Lucas, Whose forensic careers will be closed when they are graduated this spring. Miss Lucas, has been an ardent supporter of debate throughout her college career, and for three years she has ably representated Nevada in intercollegiate competition, while Fletcher, in the debate with the University of Southern California, brought to a close one of the most impressive careers in the history of Nevada debate. However, Nevada debate is expected to be raised to a new high level in the next few yea1's, through the joining of the Pacilic Forensic League. This organization is composed of the leading colleges and universities on the Pacilic coast. The invitation extended to Nevada to join the league is a recognition by coast institutions of the standard of excellence of Nevada teams, and comes as the culmination of several years of effort on the part of Coach Griffin and the students alike. Nevada teams will not be forced to make extended trips in the future in order to secure debates with outstanding institutions. Schedules are drawn up by the league mem- bers, and debates are kept almost wholly within the organization. lVluch of the active management of the debate squads this year was in the hands of the managers of the menls and women's squads. Blanche Lucas was the women's manager and Carl Dodge presided at a number of debates and served as men's manager. Top Row: Agcc, Cashill, Commrr, Dodge-Bottom, Row: Eikelberger, Fletcher, Gray, Rhodts 135 ARTEMISIA IQ3-'-If SINGERS F3535-. Q e-- ff f f LMA, N' -4 '15, 'M' i.'j1r,gg 435 ARTVEMHSSA 1934 i i WOMENS GLEE CLUB ' Cgifgnterest in the VVomen's Glee has been very marked this past year. In conjunction ith the lVIen,s Glee the club has presented out of town concerts in Fernley and Gardnerville, and has participated in the Wolxfes' Frolic, presenting the "Big Bad Wolf,'. Concerts also were given over the local radio station KOH and the annual I Spring concert at the Twentieth Century club was presented before an appreciative Reno audience. OFFICERS lVlarjorie Stout . . lVIaxy Louise Durkee Jeanne Cardinal . Anna Blundell Roberta Browne Barbara Bryant Jeanne Cardinal. Leone Clark Agnes De Arrnond Mary Louise Durkce Helene Fulton MEMBERS Frances Graf Sarah Graves Abigail Hackett Ruth Hansen Blanche Lucas Cathenine Luke Betty lVIcCuiston Norma Jean Mills . President . Secretary-Treasurer . Librarian Nlarjorie lVIullen Ruth Palmer lVlartha Scrugham Evelyn Semenza Helen Spina lVl21I'j01'lC Stout lVlargaret Traner lVlary Waltenspicl Rack Row: Pnlmer, De f1I'lIHI11-li, Luke, A4EC!li.YfilI'Il, Wfzlrerzfspivl, Ffzllzm, Slant, Samcnsa, Blundell, Gr11f,j Tnmer, De Armo-ml-Front Row: Spina, Durkce, fldflls, Graves, Browne, Jllullcn, Brookx, Hackett, Cnnlinal, Lucas, Bryant 136 S I N G E R S MENS GLEE CLUB njoying one of its most active years the lVlen's Glee has taken trips carrying X them to all parts of the state for concerts which were Well received by the audicnces. Featuring the songs uLazy Bonesl' and "Vagabond Songn the club enter- tained at the lVolves' Frolic, and repeated their performance at the Democratic Labor Club dance. Concerts were also given over the radio station KOH and in conjunction with Campus Night at the Majestic theatre. OFFICERS H erhert Peck Kistler Rivers . MEMBERS George Anderson Albert lVlanhan Robert Baum lVlorgan Mills Donald Butler Darrel Cain Chester Elliott Emile Gezelin Lindsay Green Guy Morris Tom Morris Dudley Nix lifdward llarmenter . M1IIl!lgCl' . Librarian l'lerbt-rt Peck Clifton Prusia Kistler Rivers Gene Salet Ed Shiirley Herbert Taylor l"raneis Walcl Urzlill, Rfi'L'1'.r, llllxlllhrlll, :lr1Jr1',wr1, lfanm, lVf1l.'f, Nnfrl, Crrwl, lm'nll1'r, f1ln1'."f5, lfflioff, Pvrk, Pm 1111 N111 1111 M. f,li1,'r', Lam l ' ' Ji THE BAND MUSICIANS hough not quite as large as in former years the ba-nd this year was nevertheless a Well balanced unit. The band was very active the past year playing at all of the civic and military parades and inspections, football and basketball games, and at rallies. Due to thc lack of funds the band was not able to go to the California game this year as they have done previously. Active control of the band is in the hands of Kappa Kappa Psi. Herbert Peck Robert Baum Darrel Berry Lyman Clark VVillia.m Enyart Dudley Leavitt Frances Leavitt Edward Taylor F. D. Graves Clarence Byrd Ellis Ceander OF FICERS MEMBERS lVleryl Deming Fred Hartman Albert lVl:uihan Kistler Rivers Darrel Cain Alanson Gibeaut lylorgan Mills Tom lVlorris Paul Raine . President Drum lVlajor Louis Weiiiei' VVilliam Durbrow Lindsay Green Lloyd Green Herbert Peck Bill Judson Robert Kempter Dudley Nix Herbert Taylor Lax! Row: Green, Demfvzg, f1!1I'gl'L"11'Z.'l3X, Taylor, Hall, Durflruza-flfizlzffe' Row: fl'Id7l1I11!l, Lnfirvill, fldfllllzlll, Gr1we.v, Leonard, Cain, Hari, Brown, llflills, Clark, Nagel, Comer, Trylhallf-Front Raw: Ri-vers, Byrd, Ccamlsr, Jznisun-, Shirley, fllohlvr, Nix, Kewprur, Raine, EZ'lIlZfS, I'ViE7lEf1K4ZEEliIl'gI Baum, Drum Illajorg Post, Direclar 138 . , , ,,wL. Y, s ,l.l.,., HONORARY KAPPA KAPPA PSI appa Kappa Psi is a national honorary band fraternity which has taken over V ' the active controlgof the band and all of its functions since it was installed on this campus in 1928. This year the organization sponsored the annual massed band concert at the Civic Auditorium during National Music Week. Requirements for membership consist of being able to play an instrument in the band and maintain an average grade. OFFICERS Herbert Peck . . . President Kistler Rivers . . . Vice-President Williain Durbrow . . . Secretary Prof. Theodore Post . . Treasurer MEMBERS J l rof. Theodore Post William Durhrow Prof. lVleryl Deming Nlorgan Mills Tom lVIorris Dudley Nix Chaplain Fred Graves Robert Baum Darrel Cain Herbert Peck Kistler Rivers Tap Row: Brmm, Cain, Durbrow, Mills-Bollorzz Row: fllofris, Nix, Peck, Pos! 139 ARTEMISIA 19311 MRS. BUMPSTEAD-LEIGH lVl1's. Burnpstczlnl-Leigh Qnec Szlylesj . 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" I ........ zj '. ff If , Ir ,,, , I, ' , , Y ' Y ' 1 ' A H 3 q 1 x 'A Q '. vw I " Y g , , ' ' fFJ -F .E ,HKQ if DRAMA CAMPUS PLAYERS L 'M'-1 is-' -2 Si'-EZ' Eezri E -3 -"' ampus Players is an honorary organization having as its purpose the promotion of interest in the university drarnatics. Members of the group play an active part inthe campus dramatic vehicles, skits, University Nights, and the Wolves' F rolic. Those upperclassmen who have been outstanding in dramatics are chosen to Masque and Dagger, national honorary dramatics society. Wayfxie Van Voorhis Mary A. Thompson Doris Shaver . . Margaret Martin . Darrel Berry ' Blythe Bulmer Donald Butler Marjorie Cannon Walter Christian George Francis Lindsay Green Ina Johnson Helen Lewis Blythe Bulmer Donald Butler orifrcmzs MEMBERS Ernie Mack Jean Mclntyre Gordon McCaw Tom Morris Margaret Martin Margery Mullen Herbert Peck Helene Per Lee MASQUE AND DAGGER Ernest Mack Jean Mclntyre . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer Oscar Robinson Grace Semenza Doris Shaver Dorthea Shidler Reed St. Clair Mary A. Thompson VVayne Van Voorhis Beth West Elizabeth Young Margery Mtillen Herbert Peck flop Raw: Berry, Iiulmcr, Butler, Czmnorz, Christian, Frziwcis, Grezm-Secaml Row: .I0llPZS01!',.LSiUiX, lbfncfc, lldclntyrv, Mxzrtivz, Morris, M1lllL'1l, Peck-Third Rauf: Per Lee, Robinson, Semenza, Shaver, Shnilcr, Sl. Clair, Van Voorhis, Young 144 . ARMY MILITARY 7:45 . . . rr'g11fz1ffnu lllbllglllllllf . . . L70S7I1UliHl'IIllI!7IlUfll balls . . . jmrnrlm . , . f7L5f7Cl7filHlX . . . Sam Browns and buck f7l'i'ZJllft'X . . . ffu' Srzrgz' . . . fXl'7Ilfl'l'if5 . . . more pn- rnricx . . . Awrary fact. . . 'x MILITARY DEPARTMENT LTHOUGH military training in colleges was first authorized by Congress when the bill introduced by Senator Morrill of Nevada was passed in 1862, train- ing at the University of Nevada did not start until the fall of 1888. Through the eHorts of Senator VVilliam Stuart of Nevada, Lieutenant A. C. Dueat, a graduate of VVest Point, was detailed as instructor. At this time the only other university army officer on the entire West Coast was stationed at the University of California. In 1916 the corps was made a unit of the R.O.T.C. by an act of Congress, and when the United States de- clared war, it became the nucleus of the Students' Army training corps, in which 154 university students immed- iately enlisted. At the present time military training is compulsory. The standards of the Nevada unit have been built up gradually in recent years to the point where a rating of uexcellentl' was given by inspectors last year. This is the Colonel Robert liranibi lu highest classification given to any unit by the War department, and marks the culmina- tion of a long period of intensive training. Cadet officers Who commanded the hattlion during the spring drill were selected lwy Colonel Brambila in lVIarch. They are: Paul Fontana, major, Bruce lVloore, adju- tantg Eugen Salet, captain of Company A, Neil Plath, second-in-command3 Daniel Harvey, captain of Company B3 Ned Horehouse, second-in-ecimmand. Colonel Robert lVl. Bramhilla will complete his third consecutive year as com- mandant at the University of Neva.da this June. He is a graduate of the University of Nevada, and served as Commandant during the period from l9U5 to l909. Lieutenant H. B. Wilccix and Sergeant Grant Hustis assist him in the operation of the department. l l CADET OFFICERS Back Row: fin-nlz, Gibran, 11117156117 Dnplantis, Koltke, Chzwez, Odell, Tlzumpsznz, ll10l'b'llUll.fUiFf0'llf Row: - ...,v,.,., HIIFCOS, lllourc, Plath, Salul, Priest, Hill, Harvey, Fowmzmz d,441Qee e F.- 1- 'l " l' i : i ii 4 ,fj-1,'..., iL.LlJL'i-Y- ,L ARMY .V L, - . ARMY MILITARY DEPARTMENT PONSORED hy the military department, the Un- iversity of Nevada rille team is formed of men enlisted in the R.O.T.C. The 1933-34 season was com- pleted February 28, when the team hred in the annual Hearst Trophy match. Matches were Hred during the year with leading universities and colleges throughout the United States, as well as the Ninth Corps.Area Gallery match. Men who fired as members of the team and who will receive circle N's from the Associated Students in- clude Bela Hareos, Paul XVHlkC1', Wendell Duplantis, Paul Fontana., Joseph Luhin, Ned lVlorehouse, Leland Hazeltine, Ralph Ball, Daniel Harvey, W2lltCl' Bowrin. Sergeant Grant Hustis served as team coach. Lieutenant Herbert Wilcox Medals were presented hy Scabhard and Blade to the three men firing the highest scores in the Ninth Corps Area match. They are: Bela Harcos, first, Weiiclell Du- plantis, secondg Ned llflorehouse, third. Besides taking an active part in the rifle team, the major activity of Scahbard and Blade, honorary military fraternity, this year was the Military Ball, given F6l3l'LlZlI'Y 3. Miss Margery Mullen, a memher of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, was elected from a group of seven nominees for the ofiice of honorary major, to preside at the hall and functions of the society. The affair was one of the IUOSII successful in recent years. During the four-weeks camp period at the Presidio of Monterey, Nevada Scahhard and Blade men were active in training work. As well as leading all schools represented at the camp in scholastic average, the highest score made on the rifle range during the period was shot hy Ned lVIorehouse in qualifying for Uexpertn. All University of Ne- vada men qualified for some rating, a feat accomplished hy no other university. 11 '--'-V-- ' . s' ' ,..f- RIFLE TEANI Shlllfdhzgi Ilmrur, Platll, Gibran, lyitfllifllfii, 1?Yl1Ifd171I, Ilarrwy, fllo1'ehazix1', Odz'l1-Kueiflizlvgi Ball, Lllbixl, Samir, lfV11lkcr, Bowrivz, Ma1'g:'nz'rvr, Ilizzrrllirzc gd A - fggg14-7 y ggi g g gy l 1 l villll l ' Y 'ff S A -l ii l ii-.lvl ARMY CC ARMY A B ARTEMBSIA l93l+ ARMY SCABBARD AND BLADE cabbard and Blade is a national fraternity of university and college military students who have proved themselves capable and eflicient officers. The members take an active part in the military affairs of the nation and in the community in which they reside. The society WM founded at the University of Wisconsin. Bela Harcos Eugene Salet . Paul Fontana . Ned lVlorehouse . Grant Hustis . Samuel Arentz Antonio Chavez Wendell Duplantis Paul Fontana Alson Gibson Robert Hansen OFFICERS MEMBERS Bela Harcos Daniel Harvey Harvey Hill Grant Hustis William Kottke Bruce lVIoore . . Captain First Lieutenant Second Lieutenant . First Sergeant Liasion Officer Ned lVlorehouse Donald Odell Neil Plath Perry Priest Eugene Salet James Thompson HONORARY AND ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Colonel Robert lVl. Brambila President Walter E. Clark Colonel John P. Ryan Harvey B. Foulkes Lieutenant Herbert' B. Wilcox J. E. lVlartie E. G. Sutherland Keith Scott V Tap Row: Arefulz-Seco11d Rnw: Chavez, Duplrmtis, Fontanl, Gibson, Hmzsen, Hrlrcos, Harvey, Hill-Third Raw: Koitke, lldoore, ll4vrelm1Lse, Odell, Plath, Priest, Snlet, Thompso-n 150 CLUBS CLUBS kryx and jwim . . . ffmav nuff fimgv . , . jvlzrjwicx and jwrin fiflfff . . . IZIIIICVA' fluff ff1'fizrif,f . . . 4'rnuf'if1n'frm nuff III1' fmw . . . flu' flllfllillg mufls . . . f!7lUlA'!I'X.V 5l'l'7Jil'I' . . HIIIOTII' 'FUI' I1IJj0llI'HH . . . ARTEMISIA I934 COF F IN AND KEYS offin and Keys is an honorary upperclass society founded for the purpose of securing and rendering eflicient cooperation in all branches of university activ- ity. This is accomplished by including within its membership those men who are con- sidered leaders in the various campus functions and organizations. First Semester John Chism . Elbert Walker . . Willialn Gilmartin . Samuel Arentz William Beemer Forrest Bibb Victor Carroll Thomas Cashill James Cazier John Chism Robert Creps Harold Curran Carl Dodge OFFICERS . President . Secretary . . Treasurer . MEMBERS Paul Fontana Williaxn Gilmartin Daniel Harvey Paul. Harwood Kenneth Johnson Robert Leighton Frandsen Loomis J. E. Martie Joseph lVIcDonnell Joseph lVIcLeod Herbert Peck Second Semester Howard Umber Joseph lVlcLeod Frandsen Loomis Eugene Salet Chester Scranton John Smith George Steffens D. Stephens Cecil Stowell Paul Turner Howard Umber Angelo Urrutia Elbert Walkei' CLUBS Trap Row: Arenlz, Beamer, Carroll, Casiur-Second Ro-zu: Chinn, Curran, Fontana, Gilmartin, Harvey, Harwood, Jakvman, Leighton-Third Row: Laomfx, MuDorz1LelI, ll1cLc'od, Parsons, Salel, Smith, Umber, Walker 1 5 2 CLUBS CAP AND SCROLL ap and Scroll is an honorary women's upperclass society which elects each year to its membership those women who have proved themselves leaders on the campus in activities, scholarship, service, and citizenship. An average grade of 2.3 must also he maintained for membership. The purpose of the group is to promote harmony and cooperation among women students. OFFICERS Charlotte Pope . . . President Dortha Robertson . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Florence Diskin lVlargaret KflI'Il111Ily'Cl' Charlotte Pope Dortha Robertson Myra Sauer lVlarthine Solares Dixkin, KUI'Il'lll11j'!'f, C. 1'ol:r, Ill. Sanfr, SUIIIITX 153 I V' 'ii Ml Q l -'L+ I kj ,IJ ,-pr ARTEMISIA i934 C LU B S BLUE KEY lue Key is a men's honorary service organization. Its purpose is to work for the betterment of the university and to help the student body in performing its var- ious functions. Menxbership is based on the eH:orts of those helping the society in pro- jects such as the Wolxfes' Frolic, supervision of athletic contests, and various student body dances. OFFICERS Samuel Arentz .... . President Edwin Martinez Vice-President Daniel Harvey . Secretary Donald Atcheson Donald Atcheson Samuel Arentz Willia111 Beemer Garry Callahan James Cazier Robert Creps William Crowell Lino Del Grande John Flournoy Paul Fontana William Gelder MEMBERS Daniel Harvey Elmer Hawkins Jack Hill Lowell Horschman Kenneth Johnson Lawrence Kearney Charles Koerner Frandsen Loomis Edwin lVlartinez Ernest Mack Treasurer William lVIclVlenamin Ralph lVIenante Herbert Peck Alonzo Priest Edward Redman Oscar Robinson Eugene Salet George Steifens Howard Umber James Wallace Charles Worn Typ Row: Alchcsovz, Arwzlz-Second Razr: crflllllhlflf, Cazicr, Crepx, Crowell, Del Grande, Flournoy, Fanlzma, G-L,Mt.,-q'bi,,1f Rowg Ilqyqfay, Hawkins, Horsclzmzm, Kearney, Knerner, Loomis, Martinez, Mark-Faurfh Row: iVICMCfIUIlLi1l, lllenanle, Park, Rfdfmnz-, Robinson, Salel, Slejerzx, Hforn 154 C L U B S SAGENS he Sagens is a pep organization founded for the purpose of stimulating student body spirit and acting in a service capacity. The work the last year was composed of such activities as selling. tickets for games, dances, and plays. Membership in the organization is composed of three representatives from the sororities and one from the Independents. OFFICERS Genevieve Wolf . .... President Doris Shaver . . Secretary-Treasurer Caryl Carman . . . Historian MEMBERS Arlene Boerlin Caryl Carman Kathryn Dondero Sallie Fagan Helen Malloy Margaret Martin .Doris Shaver Helene Stark Louise Tidball-Rhodes Margaret Walker Margaret Williams Genevieve Wolf Tap Row: Bacrliu, Cru-ma-n, Dnmlvro, Fagan, lllallvy-Szfcand Raw: Mnrfivz, Robixrm, Shriver, Smrk, Tidlmll- Rhzuivx, Vlfalker, Vifillizzzfls, Wfnlf 155 ARTEMISIA I934 ARTEMISIA IQ3-'4 CLUBS CHI DELTA PHI he ideals of Chi Delta Phi, Women,s national honorary Literary society, are purely literary and its purpose is to further the aims of liberal education in all the arts. The membership is composed of upperclass Women who are majors in English or have displayed past literary ability. They must also maintain a scholastic average of 2.0 for three semesters. Dortha Robertson Margaret Martin Ma1'y Williaxns Charlotte Pope . Florence Diskin Florine Frank Ruby Hoskins Lois Hutchinson OFFICERS MEMBERS Ina Johnson Blanche Lucas Glennadelle lVlcQuerry lVlargaret Martin . President Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer Charlotte Pope Dorothy Pope Doro-tha Robertson Mary Willliams Top Raw: Dixkiu-Smrrnzd Raw: Frank, Ploskinx, Hulclzivzsan, .lrrhnszm-Thin! Row: Lucas, Mnrlizz, C. Pape, D. Pope, Robertson, Willimus 156 L U B S OMEGA MU IOTA mega Mu Iota is an honorary society composed of those students who are V preparing themselves for the study of medicine. The activities of the group consist of meetings at which prominent doctors, chemists, or former students discuss subjects of direct interest to the members. Student lectures by the members are given upon assigned topics which are of particular interest. OFFICERS Kenneth Maclean . . . . . . President Jack Belz . . . Vice-President Anna Langberg . Secretary-Treasurer Ed Bath Jack Belz john Benson Darrell Berry Dan Bledsoe Elizabeth Carpenter David Clark Kenneth Elges MEMBERS Fred Foster Lynn Gerow Kathleen Haifey Robert Hansen Fred Hartman Max Kepl Anna Langberg Ernie Mack Bruce Moore Madeline 0'Connell Willuur Petersen Reed St. Clair Helen Records Haynes Roberts lVIelvin Ruedy Tom Trythall Kenneth Maclean 4 Tap Row: Bath, Bale, Benson, Harry, Blmlsne, Curpevnler, Foster-Svcovml Row: Gcrow, Hrmfey, Hrmsmz, Iiflffillllllj Kcjnl, Black, M0Cl.641lL, .'Vluarv-Third Rom: O'Co-mzfrll, Petcrmzr, Rerorrl, Robcrli, Ruddy, Sl. , Clair, Trylhnll, lfVcb.rlcr ' . 157 ARTEMISIA lCQ31'-L l i W i i W "'i"'T"i"I l CLUB NU ETA EPSILON u Eta Epsilon is a local engineering honor society for upperclass engineers Whose scholastic standing is in the upper tenth of their class. Engineers in the electrical, civil, mechanical, and mining departments are included in membership. Nu Eta Epsilon is designed to increase high scholarship on the campus and promote the interests of the engineering profession. ARTEMISIA H934 OFFICERS Paul Hartman . . . President Ned M0fChOLlSC . . Vice-President F. L. Bixby . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS Louis Dellamonica Paul Fontana E Howard Hart Paul Hartman Robert Leighton Ned MOFCh0l1SC Fred Nagel 1 T015 Roeo:Bixl1y-Bottom Row:Dellmna11icn, Fontana, Hart, Hartman, Leighton, Morehouse . 158 CLUBS Y W C A CABINET he Young VVomen 9 Chrlitlan AhSOClfItltJl1, one of the oldest Groups on the c'1rn pus, IS 1 servme Ol'0"U1lZ'lIl0I1 Whxch 'mme to he 1 l710ddCl'lI11g mfluence on college life The Y W C A C'1l7lI1Ct h'1Q the SLlPCI'V19l011 OXC1 111 'mctlvltles of the vroup Its chief objectlve IS to fostel LClllC'ltlUI1ll mtereets hy hlmfflnff to the eflmpue Qpeflkers for lQ9CD'll7llC9 'md lectures O11 I ILILRS PlUlC.llCL IDl9kll1 C'1m1lle CCIIIII Francee Slum Mwrxf Cm ecco LABINE1 MEMBERS Art Floating Unzfurr 51111 Allcne Dwmels eggy Miller Candy Bwfh Doxothy xckson Nex 1d'1 Solfux Stella Vucovxch Hosfrau Fmancf Betty How ell Lomse Tldbwll Rhodes Wlmfrecl Wwleh I'LSlClCIlt Vlce Presmdent Secretwry T1 L'lSLlI'C1 Pnblzuty Florme Frfmk 606101867 uzfe P mnceq BlIllxC MIIYIE Mury Loulse Dulkee w 1 Top Raw Efllklf, Corereo, DlYkl11, Dmlmv, Frnnk Second Row Ilnfcmll, Illfkfliu, Alalur, Slaum, Yolan, l'l1fbnNRh1J1lf:, Walsh, Tmoevrb ARTEMISIA I934 o n o a ' ,. . ' ' r ' n, D 1 4 1 c . 2 'Q' ' U g. . .. V . Y. . . . . . L 1. . . ' 4 4 C . . ' . 'A 4 2 I. . ' l . 4. . K -1 D D 1., . Lf '.. .3 Nw . 1 . . . - Q 13 1 L "1 . . . . . . . . . . ' . n ' . . . . . . . . . . . c . ., . 1 . . . . . . .... . 1 . . J .A .1 l . 1 . I: x, 1 ,I V ' - y . . "' . V -' 'r f 1 X . ., . 4 . c 1' ' .3 v . ' . c ' .A , r . z ' l 1 159 l l i CLUBS 'iw' F"1'Ll iii' Laifl -'li xg.: ----1-. 11'-Q ARTEMISIA IQBLI- PRESS CLUB he Press Club is an organization composed of members of the editorial and busi- ness staffs of the university publications and students of journalism of the university who gather to discuss matters connected with the profession, to hear lectures by noted speakers in the field and for social purposes. The year has been an especially active one for the group under the direction of President Montgomery. OFFICERS Edward Montgomery .... . . . President Myra Sauer .... . . Vice-President Grace Armbruster ....... Secretary-Treasurer Grace Armbruster Merle Atcheson Forrest Bibb Clarence Byrd James Cazier Caryl Carman Dan Chiatovich Robert Creps William Crowell Lino Del Grande Florence Diskin John Franklin William Gelder Rita Gunter Kathleen Haifey A. L, Higginbotharn Charles Koerner Paul Leonard Inez MacGillivray William MeMenamin Frank Mildren Edward Montgome1'y Ned Morehouse Elva Neddenriep Robert Nelligan Aclelyn Rotholtz Jean Sauer Myra Sauer Frances Smith Lillian Smith LaRue Stark Frank Sullivan James Wallace Florine Frank Mary Williams R r v l Top Raw: Armbrufter, Alclzeson-, Bibb, Byrd-Second Row: Cazier, Carman, Creps, Crowell, Del Grande, Diskin, Frank-Third Row: Hajfey, Koerfner, 1Vlr1cGilIivray, McMe1za17zin, lVlil:ire'n, Illonlgo mery, Morehouse, Nedzlefnriep'-Fourth Raw: Ralhultz, J. Sauer, M. Sauer, Smith, Stark, Sullivan, Wallace, William: 160 CLUBS Ink 1-1o1g111 Kuna O Ne111 S1111 FW111 Edwzrd S111111111 1511161 Blkel E117 l1JLt1'1 B11 nes -Xdc1111c Bulmont 1ck B617 M 111011 BIl3dlL Ixu ID Cl1111ll1l M111 Loume C1rmoc1y M111 C1511 1:11111Ce C'lfilI1 -Xntomo C11 IX LZ B1r111r1 C1111 M 11V C01Il1011y E:C1W"lI'l1 CQDIIIICDIS 1711711111111 C1oWL11 Gmdo D1 111110 LIIIO DL1 tJI"lI1l1C F101LI1CC DlS1xlH Gcmfru Dob1L NEWMAN CLUB he Ncvsm 111 L11111 19 1 non SCClCt o1g1111z1t1o11 open to 111 Qtuduuts of the 11111 vemty Its purp use IS to 1mp11t 1C,1l0'lOll9 1I1SfI'lICtlOI'l 11111 to tuzts 'unong tha C,1t11o11cQ who '1re 1ttL11d111ff school OFFICERS Fu of Smzzastfz 61 1 1cQ1c1c11t VICQ 1IL91L1CI1f ScL1et'11y T1cf1su1Lr R01 CI'L11L1 11 '1tl1c1 Robelt H11'11g111 MEMBERS 1-111611 Donohue 1L'st11L1 L111111 VV11111111 EIWL11 S'l11IC F1ff1n M1r1fuer1te Feutch KCYWID Foley Dorothy Goxdon FTWIICLQ Gr1f M1Lllll1C G11f R1c111rd GlLll1IC1l L1111111 GLIISII K1t111een H1561 1c11 Ho1g111 W11l11111 1-1013111 C,1111st111e IVLIQOII C1yc1e Kecffel oseph Ixellq Robext Kcmptcx MTIV Knobbs O5Lp11lllC L1tt1L Ben Lyons Halen M111o5 Wl1111lD McMen ll Oueon M111cr e111ne MOI10Uh1I1 F0111 Morne A1 O Conne11 Anne O N111 VIFWTIIIIW P11mer Mifjf P1pp1Q Fc1w1rd P11113 I 1'lOl11'19 Plllllty Tllll V11 211111 R11 Lnqcroft B1111111' Rob111so11 Huffh Rossolo C.v1.11e b11Lt PI omote soc111 con 101111 Samzsiu KCIWIH Foley 1311111365 G111 K 1th1een H1Prey W111111n HOlg1I1 411111 SCI11 1pp IC me Imbcl SCOQQ1 E1 e1y11 bcmenzfx 1116 bhlrley K1fhCYII1C S1111n L1111111 S1111t11 Halen Sp1n1 E11w1rc1 SLI11lV?lI'1 Pmnk Sll11lX 111 oh11 Sll11IV'1I1 Robert Su111v1n L1 Rue St1rk qtL11I XIUCOVIC11 M ll 2411 Lt W11kL1 W1111f1ed Wl1S1l Pcggj Wl11I1Il1S M11'k Yon 11111 Zunmo lop Ro.L I Ilargazz Y mud Rua O Null, Fagan, Szzllzvrm, Fofey, Graf, Ha Ly, I Horgrm, Rabert J Hzrrrfgnrl, Rr' Luna' S VAD 193i , I V ' ., . - ' 1 I . . 3 .- . . f . 1 11 1 1 . 1 . 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' ' -. ,ivv , -4 :.7-1 ARTEMISIA I934 CLUBS FINE ARTS GROUP irst organized in 1933 by Oscar Robinson for the purpose of presenting to the '- students of the university exhibits of fine arts in both the old and modern schools, the Fine Arts Group has grown from a nucleus of eight members to an organization of over Hfty. Thirty-nine exhibits have been presented to date and daily attendance to them averages 100 or more. Members are chosen to the group for their interest and work on the exhibits. OFFICERS Oscar Robinson ...... . Student Director Dr. James E. Church . . Faculty Advisor Virginia Mttrgotten . . . Junior Manager Maurine Graf . . . Sophomore Manager Ellen Creek . ...... Freshman Manager MEMBERS Eleanor Bateman Mtlriel Bfikker A Mary Blakely lVIarjorie Cannon Eunice Caton Emmeline Christensen Joyce Cooper Alice Couch Ellen Creek Louise Emminger lVlarguerite Enlow Margot Evans Marguerite Fuetch Gladys Gamwell Frances Graf Maurine Graf Jessie Gulling Frances Haire Ruby Hoskins Lois Hutchinson Nell Kilpatrick Florence Kirkley Lois Midgely Jeanne Monoghan Marie Morgan Anne O'Neill Dorothy Phillips Helene Per Lee Annette Priest Dorothy Roseberry Adelyn Rotholtz Jean Rowe Doris Shaver Dorothy Shogren Julia Sibley Nevada Solari Jean Stoddard Mary A. Thompson Ruth Tucker Genevieve Wakefield Beth West Rita Wilmer Genevieve Wolf Elizabeth Young Dr. Church, Robinson, Zllurgoften, Graf, Cruvk 162 . CHEMISTRY CLUB he Chemistry Club includes those students who are especially interested in chem- istry and its modern developments. The purpose of the club is to keep abreast cf modern achievements in chemistry and to foster its interest at the university. From its membership elections fire mwde to Siffmw bignm Kwppci, 1 local honorftrv chemicfil society Kcihy btoclclcnd Tick Bel? lfmnccs blftvin Dino Bcucnfro Dcin Mwxwcll lXCll1ll9 D1 Geoivft W SC'1I'S Dr Mexlt W Dcminrf D1 S Allen Long Stcicx Alte1 C,'1l1 in Binnlfmn u1n1 Bc11be1 Dino Bwlcnvo Cls de Beck lick Bclz ohn Benson Donwlcl Butlci lLlU1nc11 BltLI'I1ll1 L in C, imtlon OFFICERS MEMBERS nnes Clfnlx B1ll Dcvole Chussie Finn Mmguuite Fuetsch M'111f'11et G01 man Cecil HTIIIS Robert L Hctrris Dolo1 es HWIKOI C, Lel'1nclH1ll Ruhy Hoskins NLC1 ones M 12-.Well Kcpl Bxuct Mooie Xnchtw Mtllliyf President Vice PfC'91dLI1t Stcretcuy T1e1su1er CJL P Moms Edwfud PhLI"'lCl1Q Renw Pedroll Velmfl Rcimelli Adelyn M Rotholtz Melvm Ruecly Fmnces Sl'lXlI'l D Stephens Kuhy Stoddfud ohn Sulln 'mn Robert Sullivwn Ijllldtlf St Cyr Leslie Upson ostph W11ite1 Ku! 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I .2 .17 ,Sqn f, li1,L- I, -7 1 1 1 1 1, 1' ' , - I if 1 1 Y l 1 - ' , 1' , .. ..- ,, AGGIE CLUB CLUBS en and Women students of the College of Agriculture as well 'ls faculty mem bers ln the department are eligible for membership in the club Regular L 4 i 7 4 4 ' ' 3 I . e meetings are held each month 'lt which time busmess and social activities are carried ARTEMHSIA M734 , . . . out. Last semester the officers of the club attended the Ogden Livestock Show in Utah, and sponsored the annual Aggies Homecoming Day dance to wind up the celebration. Tony Belmonte . Don Small Walter Bell ' Nolan Gault . Wzllter Bell Ralph Smith Tony Belmonte Don Small George Johnson Paul Walker Otto Steinheimer OFFICERS MEMBERS George Kitchen Dudley Leavitt Mark Yori Nolan Gault Ole Theis Charles Adams John Flournoy . . President . Vice President - Secretary-Treasurer . . . Historian Mike Scherrup George Hadlen Clyde Jantze George Steifens Wesley Kennedy Ben Lemmon Clifford Segerbloom Back Roto: Stei-nheimef, Walleef, Thies, Leavitt, Kennedy, Yori-Fran! Row: Bchmrnlc, Gnnlt, Turner, Smith, Bell 164- CLUBS . SUNDOWNERS he Sunclowners of the Sagebrush is an honorary good-fellowship fraternity. No speciiic requirements are necessary for membership, but by selecting men from various Campus organizations it is possible to promote a better feeling and friendly spirit in the university. Its activities include numerous outings in the surrounding foot- hills. OFFICERS Firxz' S4f121f.rtw' SFCUHII Szfn1z's1'c'r slohn Stock ....... President ....... Cecil Stowcll . . . . Vice-President . . . . . .Stephen Comish Russell Elliott Alonzo Priest . , lfdfnn Olson Steiet IFS D IVILMBERH . l, ,mlvliilj litk lxtnntth Xustm l I0fL9901 limlvi Victor Carroll rl om Ctishill Wlltel Lhiistmn Stephen Lomish ohn Dolfm Russell Elllott G1 inxillu flttch 1 ohn Flllllllllll Xvllllilll cJllfDllU1l Robert Leighton Eclwm M1ItlI1C7 -Xl O Connell 12414 ll Ulson xl0I12OPllLSt Qnoxwc 5Cl1llllD0 Chester Scianton I D Stextns Cecil Stowell XlffLKlTl1L19 lVla1v1n Tllll1Ll amcs VV1ll1cc Sinful' I'rL1n1'1r1lvnQ, L IQHIOII, FIIIIIIIUK, Slfpbuff, f,fUllIl1,Il 1211141211 fllmfmc , Zllllflll, Chfliffrm D fs J lb . --www 4 . - . i -Q . , . 4 ' . ....... . ...... y. 1 , ' V' -1 ,-' i 4 s ,.- . f -'.- A . 1 . . A , . 5 - , - ' f 1 - 1 N . - - . X ' ' - X. Y , ' U D . l 1 . . ,. I I . , A , I , . l I K u. A x . . - . - . Y 2 . , . . . C , 0 , .. . . I . . - 2 , r 4 ' 1 ' N . , , I . . 2 - . , . . . A . . C .- V T , . . X 1, X .1 'X f , 'Z K 4. I ,I -I .:,--Li-. :A gigs, Zz 1.4 1 - 1 Slamffug: T1u'J1L'r, Gilumrffu, Phiflipx, f.'f1l'I'lJl1, flngfnff, Tharp, Olson, C.'11.r!1fll, Com-f.vll, Thin, Slzzcruff, Stuck ' : " :. r-A af f ' Q - 'I V' , 1 ,. " 1 I li ' ' 1 ,', ,,' " - ' Q F i ll Y:-imma . iw ,V , Y FT H N WYAQ, W,-,, ,-,,,-,,,- Y , . , - - , ,. e, W, . . Y W TCW? Y - W- - --W--f J CLUBS ,. i . Fx if :il3,r,f'i F v 3 ,i NORMAL CLUB he purpose of the Normal Club is to organize those students enrolled in the Nevada State Normal school in order that their interests may be furthered and that social and practical activities may be conducted. The membership is composed of those Students who are planning to become elementary teachers upon the completion of the required two year course. OFFICERS lVlablc Hammond . . . . . President f3xllCC GO11fSCl'lZlllC Viigg-Pfegidgnt Fernley Rechel . Secretary Ruby Gubler First Year Margaret Bagley Elvira Belaustegui Angelena Cordane Helen Donahue Edith Dutton Nellie Evasovic Charles Funk Alanson Gibeaut Elsie Hammond Barbara Hoag Christine Iverson Thelma King lVlary Knobbs MEMBERS Virginia Palmer lna Sharp -lane Shirley Matilda Stratton VVanda Bell Isabel Scossa Helen Smith SIILTUHII Yrnr Alice Gottschalk Tune Baker liuby Gubler Mabel Hammond 'lireasure 1' lda Jensen Elsie Johnson Gordon lVlCCaw Howard lVlclVlullen Carmen lVlendicvi Margaret lVlergen Fernley Rechel lVladjel Schlosser Anne Sebbas Christine Smith Fae Wfittwer Alice Traynor Inez Gillies Doris VVhitlock Buck Row: Svlwlnax, Gibvalfl, Shirley, Dzlfto-ar, E. Ilauwzovml, Frank, Belaxragui, Knoblrs--Second Rosa: Jcufrurz, Cordanf, Hell, Hong, Pnlnwr, lVlcrge:z-, Trnyncr-Tlzirii Roca: Alvmliu-vi, Srnxsn, Sharp, In-rmrl-, Srrallon, lfffillccer-Frou! Rurv: Dnmzfmc, Ill. Hfuzzuw-ml, Gofifrhalk, Gnlzlur, Rachel, King, Bagley 1 ...W Wiei, .f in ',.w"'l,'iill i 'V 'ii' ' '. i , , L if, -- L I ..i. QM , f - iii. .i , . i f y yi i -Y 'f e K f - L r- e ' dl? -P ' an-L L ,fe - CJ, J, CLUBS HOME ECONOMICS CLUB he Homn E.C0l1U1'DlC5C,1llb W1SOlQ'll'H7Cd fm thn plnpoqn OfpIUl11UflIl0' thu mmm tles of Honn E,LOIlU1T1lC90I'l thy c unpus md throughout thv. QI ltu Nlemhushlp ln the 012711117 mon IIICIUKILS the f lClllU md stuchnts of tha KILIYU tmcnt lhe club p1lUCl pitccl IH thu I'IOl11LLO1111J1Q Du ulghl mon 'and hid full Ch 11 vm ut thu M1ChlS D15 luncheon OFFIULRS Inna lVIcGunc Vnqlnl 1 xVl'lLLlLl -Xhcu Bfltclnldu Mnqnct C101 mln Blwmhc IXLUTII1 N Cl ond Ruhy HtlSklI1S A Ruth In 11lQ IVIIIMBTRS u U11 B uhm -Xhcc Bnrchcldu Elmnol Bntcmm Burl lcn Bullschwuhx -Xrlem Bmrhn I leanm Cimphdl A471165 DL Almond Vngnnm Dmms 1VI1I'U'llLIltL I uctn, Qnnuuu H lnsen Lnlanv. Hull In Ruhx HiJQlxll1S Mllchud Huhu N C1 onns Bl IHLIIL Rauf. 1 ltildbllt Vlu 1 IL9ldCI1f bnclctuy IILASUICI HlStO1l111 Pl1b1lClU Oxphn him frm Xhcu 1 nmfln Ch IVIOIIL Popu Dmothy Pupu Vdnm Ran1L111 mn STUCI Inn Shmp M nlfunt IXOIINHHXLI hffuy E IUUIUI U11l1C1W'lTflLl LIIIIQQIL Pmn Bunun Llm Mux LIHLIISL YV11tLn'sp1Ll Llwxhuth Iflu Ixlthun Lnlw uhw lumno IALULIX MElVIlilRs 'Vhss LLw1s Ml-.s 1opL Mu Vanstmm h IS SPIHIULI Lmr R11 L Ix111111111u1 P11111 In U71 , flllvr P11 fllzvf I :ff Illlfltl, IULCIIUL, Halls Hall lVnlI111v lf I Alflllllll 111111211 Ro L D l111m111f, II Jxf IIS Cfr111111111, lf111'f1111111, 1111111151 1, l 1111, lf11l1h1l1l r, 7111111111 lftlzlllfl, II1111r411 VI 0 1 1111111 R114 LIIIZLI' mmf, S111111, 111111, funn lllllldllj R111111ll1, bolffch oular, Barrlcs, AIUILVKIII 14116115 167 U ' ' , :S Q. , ' ,- b AZ 1 - ':' -' ', -: .z U A, '12 A ' I 1 'Q .' ' I A ' Rf' .VC . 2" '- I . ' x .-1 ' x :VY .. , .z ' K 2 2-b. 5 2 I fl, 2-1 1 . . . . . ...... . pu, jg -11 , . ,. -. I - ' , ., ,. J., ' A 1 ......... ' , ,1 N 1 l1f,fI,,!i . z L: 'I ' z ....... . . . . 1 ' . ' ' ' . ' '- 'Q-V: ........... c 1 ............. '. 1, ' . 1 4- , ' '. . . I z 2 1' 2 ,Q ' f' 'h ' 'S . , , . M2lI'lC Barnes M2ll'gZll'Ct Cgormzm Ixnthrvn Nlchols ' . ,- W' . , f, 1, . . I 1 J. . A I . J- I I 2 ' 1 1 X A J 1 N 1 u r Q -' 1 - .' .- 1 r' - - v 1 A I 2 J ' l 'z 5' 1 1 5 A Q ' . 1 c : J In , - .-, 7 , K X . , D . 1 ' 1 ' 1 "'b'lIl "J 'z ' : 'Cz '- T ' 1 "1 I -1 ' ' K. A ' 1 z z U .1 2 - . 1 : . 'Z ,1 Q ' 1 ' . "' 2 3 cf: ' ' qv, " , ':vL. 1 pr, .rc--., " ' ' , , 1' .p"l, " - ' ' L' c'I 125' 15:5 , w - , ,- .' '.' . c' ' ' 1' , " , 1' 7 , " cvlrf- "' cf: 1'f:f .' " . -2, ' 1' ' , -,fx L I 1 . V CRUCIBLE CLUB CLUBS rucible Club is a mining engineering society afiliated with the American Insti- tute of MlHi11g Engineers. It is organized for the purpose of giving extra- culrlcula and social activity to all students, enrolled in this field. Upperclass members of high scholastic standing are eligible to become members of Sigma Gamma Epsilon. 1934 Ben. Sheahan Elmer Hawkins Herman Freudenberg Sam Arentz Robert Barrett Betty Bowman Russell Byington Roy Caldwell Thomas Cashill James Cazier Antonio Chavez John Cleary Putman Cook Max Crowell Bert Cummings John Curtis John Dana Grover DeLa MHl'C OFFICERS MEMBERS Frank Leonard Gerald Delannoy Herman Freudenberg Carl Gommel Leslie Green Lionel Grindell William Guild Elmer Hawkins Thomas Hilberg Allan James Chandler Johnson Edgar Kell VVayne Kennedy Victor Kral . President Secretary Treasurer Carleton lVlcCulloch Philip lVlcC-mire Roy Mackeclon Eldridge Nash Kenyon Richard Frank Sam Ben Sheahan J. D. Stephens Earl Stephenson John Stock John Swearingen Philip Strong Edward Sullivan Edward Taylor Benton Yeakey Bruk Row: Curtis, Il1cGnire', James, Sam, fubllsnrl-, Sfrrphf:-ns, Dellrmny, Drum, Caldwell, Casier, Richanlx- Front R0-:az fWcCuIInfh, Shmlnuz, Harris, Slack, S':Lu.'1lrir1gen, Frumluuburg, Chavez, Keegel, Grcru, 168 CLUBS MECHANICAL ENGINEERS he Meclizlnical Engineers Club is a student branch of the American Society of lVlechanical Engineers. Its aims are to further interest in mechanics and new developments in that Held. The meetings provide an opportunity for the student en- gineers to discuss and exchange ideas and opinions. All M.E. students are eligible for membership. OFFICERS ARii'lifv'ilSlxffx First Scmcsfzfr Second Semester 1931, Cecil Stowell . . Chairman . Lawrence Kearney Jack Reed . . Vice-Chairman . . . . Cecil Cheal Jack Williams . Secretary . . James Crawford MEMBERS Charles Allen Kirk Fairhurst Ben lVlcDonald Clark Amens YValter Fancher Guy lVlorris Sherman Bacon Fred Fueteh Ralph Menante A Russell Baker Eugene Gordenev Paul Nichols Ralph Ball Leland Hazeltine Lyman Parmenter William Blackledge Robert Horschman Cornelio Patings John Bryan Sterling Johnson Jack Reed Cecil Cheal Thomas Kachos Leslie Springmeyer - James Crawford Lawrence Kearney Cecil Stowell Fred Dunn Joseph Lubin Jack Williams William Enyart Frank lVIargrave g Montford Word Wilton Margrave l i i Slnmifng: Ffmchcr, Promlaji, Allen, Euyarr, Craccfonl, W. lllwgrnifr, Slocvcll, Lnbin, ll-Iorrix, Fcnfxrh, Baker, Rj'!Il!iSL'Hfi?1!I Kznzhnx, Pf1I'1lhl?1Zf6l', Uhcrzl, Butler, VVflliflm,x, Hnrxclnmm, Recd, IXVIIIIIYLUQV, Nicfmls, Wrnrll, Iilacklzzdga, Fairhzmvr, GHl'I1L'7lL'7J, Amunx, Sibley 169 Y i-- were-, E., .,f,,., L.,-L -,, 7 T, -L L, .M ,.,,, ,,,.,,e,,.i-,,-,,:lv X, A, 2 - N' I ii ' ,ll . 'l ,, X Y V ' lv I V ,, I A Lb.. NX: A , i .-i--. " W ' .1 ' i . l :".il1.k'1ll. , ' 1 . " ,..liA,.'i'+. L., -4 ." 5 "'.'i1.f F. 1 ' gflm -" V CLUBS ' 'SI' -Y-IQ, 3 ,Qi -"4 I-4:1 -Z .f ,- ili zg- fl, Lg-W, ,iz , Y ,'Lil,T,-,Z.,-,.L,,f-- ,,.,-' ..H.,, , , ,SAY-...IJ ..5...,..,,..4..,..a ARTEMISIA H9314 ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS he University of Nevada Electrical Engineering Society is a branch of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. The objects of the Institute are the advancement of the theory and practice of electric engineering and its allied arts and sciences, the maintaining of a high professional standard and the development of the individual engineer. OFFICERS Paul Hartman . . .... . . President Donald Odell . . . . . . Vice-President Albert D'Allessandro .... , . Secretary MEMBERS George Anderson John Chism Angelo Granata Bill Morris Robert Anderson Ervin Christensen Richard Greulich Ned Morehouse John Armbruster William Cockrell Charles Gundlach Morgan Mills Merle Atcheson Albert D'Allessandro Howard Hart Tom Morris Tom Bafford Robert Davey William Hart Florindo Nannini Walter Bartlett Lino Del Grande Paul Hartman Donald Odell William Beemer John De Kinder Dan Harvey Odd Otteraaen Bernard Bernes Louis Dellamonica Frank Hickey Conrad Pettengill Robert Best Dearing Dixon Edmund Hoskins Neil Plath William Best Williain Eckhoff Wesley Hurley Forrest Rhodes Paul Bohlke Walter Evans Gail Jessen Grant Rice Harry Bonneiield Frank Fisher Joseph Jones Hugh Rossolo Harry Bradley Paul Fontana Lester Kitch Jack Tedford Julius Broili George Francis Frank Kornmayer William Wright Clayton Carpenter Alson Gibson James McKenzie Fred Wood Ellis Ceander Thoon Teong Gee Frank Mildren Bob Zadow Hack: Gunaflach, Birdi, Morris, Gcc, Davey, Wood, Carpenter, Eckhojf, Gibson, Dixon, Terlfard, R. Best, Bartlett, Bahlke, Odell, W. Best, Cockrell-Middle: Beamer, Evans, Plath, Otleramm, F0nJa1m, De Kinder, Rossolo, Del Grande, McKe'n-sin, Clzism., Christensen., Harvey, Palmer, Samlorf, Gm-mzta, Kwan-Front: Hart, Hartman, R. limlcrsan, Krawezsky, Dellavwnfica, .MiIIs, G. Anderson, Bormijield 170 J CLUBS CIVIL ENGINEERS fi -ix'-ivi he Civil Engineering Society at the University of Nevada is a student branch of the American Society of Civil Engineering. All students majoring in civil automatically become members of the group-. Its purpose is to make possible a better understanding of the problems which confront a civil engineer in his work. Robert Leighton . Peter Anker James VVallace . Sam Ackerman Peter Anker John liawden Cleto Iiengoa Victor Carroll Fred Corle VVilliam Devore Robert Downer VVilliam Durbrow Carl Elges John Franklin OFFICERS MEMBERS Peter Guisti Claude Hunter Williain Johnstone Noel Kitchen Anthony Leone Robert Leighton Joseph IVIastroianni Richard IVIcGuire Hugh lVIcIntyre .Iames McNeely Craig Moore . . President Vice-President . Secretary Dan Robertson Dan Rogers Frank Rowland Lowell Russell Richard Sauer George Schilling Henry Smith John Smith Emmett Spencer James Wzlllace lVIelville Wilcler ,H-an ff' Laurie, Kitchen, Difewrtf, Juxff, AIM-er, I'Vi111kr, 1'lIaxIraian11i, H. Smith, Dlll'lll'0fC', Mr:Gz1f1'1:, Iloezflmnl, Whllarir, z'VcmIham, Luighfnu, J. Smith 171 I-H ' ---..-,- L. -u .z ua. .--,ELHLL 'iifi . -1 f' rl I M IU bfi J 1 I- -' in I 1 ii, . 1 l 'y r l 'I ii . , .,-- W n . n .- .- i H I . on 3. ,i'.1. t is.,,.1 gy.--,,.1 ".',.L ix.-T, h ,Iii : i. i t.L , I M Ufli? Ml I Q3 lv:- V111 CLUBS ASSOCIATED ENGINEERS HE Associated Engineers is an organization which is composed of approximately two hundred and fifty students registered in the four branches of the engineer- ing college, including mining, mechanical, electrical, and civil engineering. All stu- dents of the college are eligible for membership in the organization. The main aim of the association is to organize the students of engineering and to provide for the further advancement of the science on the campus by presenting motion pictures of engineering projects and problems and outside lecturers upon various fields of the science. Regular meetings are held througout the year at which time roundtable discussions take place and problems of the club are discussed. During the Homecoming Day celebration the engineers hold exhibits of their work in the different schools and feature spectacular experiments for the visitors. The Association is in direct charge of these exhibits as Well as the entering of their floats in the parade. A mucking contest for the mining students, and a chaining contest for the civils is held each lVIackay Day and cups for the events are awarded by downtown merchants. Frequent banquets and Held trips are sponsored by the group and the annual Engineer's Brawl held during the fall semester is usually one of the best-attended dances of the year. OFFICERS John Chism . . President Daniel Harvey . . Vice-President Paul Hartman Secretaly-Treasurer OFFICERS Paul Hartman-, .7 0fl'7L C hi sm, Dum Harfvcy 1 7 2 I ti l LUBS GNT 1 anis 5 IH PHI KAPPA PHI O hi Kappa Phi is a national honor society whose main purpose is to promote high scholastic standing and moral character. The national chapter founded at the University of Maine in 1897 has grown to the second largest organization of its kind in the country having 47 chapters and a total of 23,000 members. The Nevada unit was installed in May, 1912, and now consists of a membership of 371 men and women. OFFICERS Sarah Lewis . . . . . . . President George W. Sears V. . . . Vice-President Verdie Fant . . ..... Secretary Loretta Miller . . Corresponding Secretary William Smythe . . ..... Treasurer Cruz Venstrom . . Marshal MEMBERSlFAC ULTY llflaxwell Adams, Frederick Bixby, Gilbert Blair, Horace Boardman, Colonel Robert Brambila, Harold Brown, Mrs. Mary Buol, Jay Carpenter, Benjamin Chap- pelle, James Church, Dr. Walter F.. Clark, Cecil Creel, Meryl Deming, Sanford Dinsmore, Samuel Doten, Verdie Fant, Silas Feemster, Ruth Miller Ferris, Peter Frandsen, John Fulton, Vincent Gizuiellahlohn Gottardi, John W. Hall, Leon Hart- man, Paul Harwood, Charles Hicks, Alfred Higginbotham, Alfred Hill, Ralph Irwin, Lawton Kline, Philip Lehenhauer, Sigmund Leifson, Katherine Lewers, Sarah Lewis, Allan Lough, Margaret Mack, John E. Martie, Loretta Miller, Francis Murgotten, Stanley Palmer, Walter Palmer, Mrs. Alden Plumley, Jessie Pope, Theodore Post, Katherine'Riegelhuth, Edith Ruebsam, Esla Sameth, Irving Sandorf, Verne Scott, Charles L. Searcy, George W. Sears, Frederick Sibley, Claude Smith, Edward Sutherland, Robert Stewart, William Smythe, Reuben C. Thompson, Fred W. Traner, Lyman R. Vawter, Frederick W. Wilson, Jeanne E. Wier, blames R. Young and Cruz V enstrom. V l , MEMBERS-STUDENTS First semester: David Clark, Paul Hartman, and Ina Johnson. ' Second semester: Donald Butler, Virginia Cross, Russell Elliott, Paul Fontana, Ml'S. E. T. Hammitt, Howard Hart, Margaret Martin, Ned Morehouse, Myra Sauer, Nevada Solari, Virginia Wheeler, Mary Williams, James Young. 173 ARTEMISIA IQSA VANITY FAIR lowly Indie: . . . jmrsomzlizy . . . premature :publicity . soldiefs .velcclion . . . the ball . . . the gram! march . . Binglv choice . . . the guest of honor . . . presentation o nfzuflrfls . . . more jmblfcity . . Q MISS MARGERY MULLEN HONORARY MAJOR Selected by Scabbard and Blade to preside at the Military Ball MISS VIRGINIA WI-IEELEI2 MACKAY DAY QUEEN Chosen by Bing Crosbyof Hollywood to ruIe over the day's festivities inc r05bq qgifqwoocl Wren 12, 1950, lkr. EG. Bath, Gnalrnan or Nwcxgmj Day Committee Box 92.06 Unlversitv or Nevada Reno, Nevada Dear W. Bath: 'ion 'nandeo me rather e. tough asslgnment, that or selecting but one from the Qowp of pnotograpns you sent me. Sevaaa must be blessed 'Mtn a wealth or attractive glrls, lr the -pnotograpns von sent ne are any lncllcation. However , according to my insufficient talents along thls line, l have selected Wrss Wlrglnla Sllneeler as rlrst cnolce, and llklss 'ine-resa Iauregul as seconclcnolce, as the 'young ladies who seem to be outstanding examples of true american oulcnrltude. l tnanu 'gon ior honoring ne with tnls tasxc, and trust nv selection will prove agreeable to all concerneo. 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ZOlgICdGa1'meI1t Cleanini System :O en youre eaning wit your . Laundry Tiny ,S Waffle Shop ' l L d. w'W"E'l!W'! O St . It ,gg xy 1, j f ,f ur pecia y f f "WHOLE WHEAT WAFFLESH .QXO-XXX ,-., 0fZ,. Steaks and Chops LAUNDRY Phone 8644 H fi 235 N. Virginia St. Reno, Nevada 440 E. 2nd St. Phone 4178 Reno Ann Collet Hartley Upson , U A The VOGUE, Inc. Clty Service Day and Night 25c EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR LADIES Phone Phone Dial 5362 Stand: 44 E. Com'1 Row, Day-Night 18 and 20 E. 2nd St. Reno, Nevada 196 THE WONDER 155 North Virginia St. Reno, Nevada HATS, COATS, DRESSES AND ACCESSORIES Popular Prices "GET WONDER-WISE" WASHOE Wood and Coal Yard H. C. MADSEN, Prop. Dealer in All Kinds of WOOD AND COAL Phone Reno 3322 Office: 328 East Sixth Street Reno Business College "The School of the Business Oflice Atmosphere" U. A. LINNECKE, President HOTEL NEVADA Ely, Nevada FIRE PROOF Without Bath ..,............,............ 31.50 Showers ....................,..,......,...,.,. 2.00 Tub .........,.....,,........,.................... 2.50 W. s. ELLIOTT, Mgr. WASHOE REALTY cpfznzgofz Clefzfzeffs OO., INC. LADIES' and GENTS' REAL ESTATE - INSURANCE E Phone 5538 We Call For and Deliver 150 N. Virginia St. Reno, Nevada Phone 6231 226 Sierra St, Hotel lVf1iZec'0zft01z Berkeley, Calif. Room without bath ,,,.,,,,,,,, 231.50 up Room with bath .,.....,..,.,.,..,., 352,00 up Largest and Best Coffee Shop in the City Featuring Plate Lunch ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 250 5 Course Dinner daily .......,.,,...,,,,,. 45c Special monthly rates on application CENTRAL TAXI PHONE 4181 PHONE Stand: Opposite Golden Hotel Sedan Service -- Day and Night A. T. EVELETH CARTER 81 GAMERUN, INC. Lulflbef CO., Inc. INSURANCE LUMBER AND REAL ESTATE MILL WORK E Dial 4156 P. O. Box 802 Reno Nevada 4th and Alameda Reno, Nevada ' Western Cigar Co. 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Placed in the oHicial "Who's VVho7' of professional photo- graphers of America . . . Listed as one of 4iX1HCl'iC21!S Lead- ing Photographers . . . The above ratings are your guarantee of the best work obtainable ' W. FRANK GOODNER ' PHOTOGRAPHER Re iici ---- N evada That THRIFT Is Good Sense Has been accepted for years i That THRIFT Is Good Taste Is :1 Discovery of the Last Decade Proven in the Growth of This Institution 1 QQ J. C. PENNEY CC., INC 199 NEVADA TOBACCO C O M PANY DISTRIBUTORS FOR ggatglnrk- Qfhunulzliies RENO, NEVADA fVhlfl01f Cafe Specialty in Merchant's Lunch 35C Evening Dinner 500 Turkey or Chicken Dinners, Sunday 50C and 65c Famous Soft Drinks Most Modern Barber Shop 142 N. Virginia, Next to five Sz dime C'077l-I3hi77Ll'7LZ'A' of .... Mutual Benefit Health and Accident For that "Pause to Refresliv When Thirsty, ,lust Say, "COCA-COLA" Association Shoshone Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Clndiunus Building Reno, Nevzxcln Pl1OIlC Reno, NCV. Plumbing and Heating Contractor Repair Work Promptly Attended to RELIABLE First National Bank IN RENO Richard Kirman ...... President W. J. Harris ..... Vice-President K0 S TE 5 2 5 3 W U.. U2 '31 r-n Szfee UE Wen mid W C,,eO,':S cum' Q., :USO cu Z m 5 . 9 Q CD z 6 93, 2 'ff -' 2 Ui ss: 3 pin?-DFT' fs Raw c' '1 E gmigiigc gg .... -sm. run-2,9-Lam' Egf4?L.:'f'. 5551.1 52.35555 rfg"E'.'2.'f.E-EG. mmm U2 siwssss mildiii tlzmvid 24 OQOO m Emmmsn Cf' UIUIUJVIID 'D 'Efifiif E KUCDCDCD HHVSH . S. Reese ......... Cashier College Men Prefer . . S ty Ie rl-ill21I,S Wlmzlt You Get at PAT ERSON'S At Popular Prices Compliments of Nevada-California Fast Freight RENO-SAN FRANCISCO Express Service at Freight Rates The Journal Press Geo. E. Knauth PRINTERS and PUBLISHERS Pl'7'SflIZ!1! S1'2'Uiz'e Phones 4121 and 4122 Direct Phone 7811 Journal Bldg., 128 N. Center Street SCOTT MOTORS LTD. Distributors OLDS - PONTIAC - BUICK CADILLAC - LA SALLE A Car From S865 up, F.O.B. 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Seal Smith-Corona Portable Typewriters and a Complete Stock of COLLEGE SUPPLIES E l52 North Virginia Street Phone 3148 Reno, Nevada DENNY RIDI G ACADEMY Phone Reno 5464 T horough-Bred H orses A SPECIALTY Catering to PACK TRIPS and PICNICS FREE TRANSPORTATION E. P. DENNY, Prop. "l'Vlzr-'W You Learn the Truffz !f!70L17f H orxfs' ' -San Erancisco's Newest and Mostlvlodern Downtown I-IoleI All SIR FRANCIS DRAKE COMMERCIAL POWELL AT SUTTER 1JHO'1'OGRlq1JHY' Z I C O M F O I2 T D N AND QUIET H1 flw I E L E G A N T ATMOSPHERE XR,i,EiIiSIA I CONVENIENT A LOCATION Dam: BI' l UNEXCELLED ' CUISINE . . . I GARAGE IN 61257115 B U I L D I N G I RATES WITI-I BATI-I as Iow as . . . 53.50 I.. W. I-IUCKINS . MANAGING DIRECTOR Thom Service 158 N. Virginia St. Reno, Nev. R E N O THE TRY WASHING BY COMPANY 'TELEPHONE LTD. Just gather up your soiled clothes ang telephoxne Fgteen minutes MANUFACTURING n ' " ' "" . 1 ,V QOHKZEISQSESIIIZZISISZLXJS 355. 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Estzlblislical 189 5 RENO MERCANTILE CO M PANY Iigl'7lf5 for Dc Laval Sc-pm':1to1's, Hardware Mining :xml Plumbing Supplies John Deere Implements Hercules Powder Co. Oliver Plows Reno, Nevxulu THE BETTER ICE CREAM Velvet Ice Cream Company Telephone 4623 629 N. Virginia St. Reno, Nevada LITTLE WALDORF E Phone 3682 343 N, Virginia St. Reno, Nev. The Colovzirzl FRIENDLY GOOD WISHES APARTMENTS of . ROOMS SEARS, RQEBUCK E? CO. GEO. T. CROSBY, Mg1'. Phone 3181 Cor. West and lst Sts., Reno, Nev. R E N O Washoe County Gl'I'I'fi7lg tot he University of N eimzlfz Guaranty Company E TITLE INSURANCE AND ESCROWS C. H. KNOX, Manager Hotel El Cortez JOSEPH BULASKY, fllauzzger 27 E. lst. Street Reno, Nevada . T ff M' " iDflZ7ZLijI Cale Shoppe ' ,U 1 f 3::-,,:,,,. 6051- ?V'g77536'7?Z?Cr5113 , X Path LU fl 1.1 00 5 by 1 -f life X E ' 7- Sui! 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Smith, Lloyd .... Southvvurthls Smoke Shop . Stadtherr, A. D., M.D. . Star 'l'axi .... Steinheiiner Bros. . Stinson, Andy . Sunder1and's,Inc. . . Sunshine Laundry, Inc. . T 'l' 8 D jr. Enterprises, Inc. . Taitts Cash 1VIurket . , Taylor S Meyers ..,. Thatcher K Woodburn . . The Union Ice Co. of Nevada 'l'iny's WaH1c Shop . . . The Wonder . . The Waldorf, Inc. . The Vogue ..... 'l'ony's Spanish Ballroom . U l'nderwood, Elliot, Fisher Co. . United Motors ..... University of Nevada . Vanity Beauty Shop . Velvet Ice Cream Co. . NV NVa1dorf Barber Shop . . VVashoe Realty Co .... XVashoe Wood X Coal Yard . . NVashoe County Title X Guaranty . VVest, C. W., Dr ...... . 1Vestern Cigar Co. . . YVe1 Wash Laundry . . . Whitecoltuu Hotel, Berkeley . VVig'g's Grocery . . VVi1son Drug Co. 206 191 190 21,111 192 204 192 191 193 191 196 193 190 193 196 205 192 191 191 193 196 197 200 196 202 196 2117 194 193 206 193 197 197 206 191 198 192 197 192 192 A Advertising . Aggie Club . . Alpha Delta Theta . Alpha Tau Omega . Artemisia Staff . Assistant Coaches . . Associated Engineers . ASUN President . . Athletic Managers . AWS Executive Committee AWS President . . . B Band . . Basketball . Beta Kappa . Beta Sigma Omicron Bing Crosby . . Block N Society . Blue Key . . C Campus Players . Campus Views . Cap and Scroll . Chemistry Club . Chi Delta Phi . Civil Engineers . Clark, W. E. . Cofliu and Keys . Crucible Club . IND E 189-209 . 16-1 7-1-75 90-91 128-129 . 108 . 172 . 34 . 109 . 62 .62 . 138 116-118 96-97 72-73 . 178 . 122 . 154 . 14-4- . 9-19 . 153 . 163 . 156 . 171 . 22 . 152 . 168 EX D Dean of Men . Dean of WVomen Dehate . . . . Delta Delta Delta . Delta Sigma Lambda . . Drama . . E lilcctrical Engineers F Faculty . . . Finance Control . Fine Arts Gruup . liuotball . . . Freshman Class . Freshman Sports . G Gamma Phi Beta . Gothic N Society H Homecoming Committee Home Economics Club I Interfraternity Council Intramural Sports . . ,l junior Class QD 210 . 25 . 24- 134-135 64-65 9+-95 140-143 . 170 26-31 . 35 . 162 110-115 . 59 123-126 68-69 . 80 . 36 . 167 . 83 102-103 54-57 K Kappa Alplia '1'l1cta . Kappa Kappa Psi . L Lamlula Clii .-Xlplia . Lincoln llall . M lNl:1cl:,M:irg:1rvtE. . . Mackay Day Cummittuc Rflaiizanitallall . . . . Martin, J. IZ. . McDonnell, ,loc . Mcclianical Enginccrs Mun's Glvu . . Military . . . Mitchell, C. E. . IV NcwmanClnl1 . Ncws Bureau Normal Clulw . Nu Eta Epsilun O Omcga Mu Iota . P Pan-llcllcnic Council . l'lli Kappa lllii . Plii Sigma Kappa l'i lhita Phi . . INDEX 70-71 . 139 98-99 100-101 . 24 . 36 76-77 . 107 . 35 . 169 . 137 145-149 . 107 . 161 . 132 . 166 . 158 . 157 . 63 . 173 88-S9 66-67 211 Press Club . . . llulilications Board S Srigubrusli Staff . . Sagi-ns . . . . SCIll5l5ZlI'Ll and Blade Scniurs .... . Sigma Alpha Epsilon Sigma Nu . . . Sigma 1'lii Sigma Sissa, Lriuisc M. . Snaps . . . . Snpliomorc Class . Student Scnatc . Snmlowucrs . T Track U Uppcrclass Committee V Vanity Fair . Varsity Sports . W Wumv:u's Glec . W6mcn's Sports . Y' Yell Luaulcrs . YVVCA Cabinet . . 160 . 133 130-131 . 155 . 150 38-52 S6-87 84-85 92-93 . . 32 179-187 . . 58 . 34 . 165 119-121 . 82 175-177 105-121 . 136 78-79 . 104 . 159 THE LAST WORD In sincere appreciation: To Mr. Harry Frost of the Reno Printing Company who has handled the entire production of the I934- Artemiisia and who has taken all of ye olde editorls hafiiing problems and solved them the best he could and willingly assumed all of the responsibility. To M1'. Willia111 Shipaugh Whose valuable and timely sugges- Coupled With his sincere interest in the book is evidenced by the qualitv of the typography appearing in the edition. Also, to Mr. Carter Parish, M1'. Ted Krebs, and Mr. Jack Cole of the same house for their press and typographical Work. To Mr. VVayne Thornton of the American Engraving Com- pany whose Work in the supervision of the engraving and the art de- tails, as well as his many suggestions in the planning of the book have made him an indespensible p?lI'1I of our organization. To M1'. Roy Curtis of the Curtis Studios for his fine quality commercial photography and his patience and willingness to cooper- ate. To Mr. Frank Goodner of the Goodner Studios for his high Class portraiture which We feel proud to have been able to obtain for this year's book. To lVIr. Ted Ellsworth of Berkeley Whose artistic photography has made possible the campus view section which we consider one of the features of the book, and for his unselfish aid and suggestions in the original planning of this edition. To Mr. Tate Williaiiis and members of the Nevada Retail Mercliants Association for their splendid cooperation and loyal sup- port of the l934 Arternisia from a financial standpoint. 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