University of New Mexico - Mirage Yearbook (Albuquerque, NM)

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I Wh... . v 'Lx ""-"AaJ53vu',.n -s 'CW -'A'--ALJ.-'-1,-,Q-.f,. ngirhi. . 11. N . . r m . -1 , as-ff, Q 4 1 Jam Q' , f,-gF-qf--- , , I x , "IF 'f",l'. .' wnm ,g, fu.-...- "mW'-w.w-- nn' Mah-- .W ,gm wif:- !wMf?wh'22fA'j"g "ui ,: 'M' , w yy 1: 111. -5. mwu:,Hu- " ev-v ' . :- U 'J' 1 " If A X,--M. ij Adm1111St1Tat101'1 I E i E "l1 111 ,, . 1,, f' +': 1 ' f A4 C, CLC1 L 6 FSA , , , ,if-'iff' N7-T: gi f - 'sefw-WEL Ulu: 772 zraqe ifflligj 5 -i 'A': 1 9 J. F. ZIMMERMAN, M. A., Ph. D. O nf-wf VCSILXCHZ :Zf.1lllllllCl"lIlLllI The record of Dr. Zl11ll11Gl'11'l2111iS service to the University and, through the University, to the State is one of rare accomplishment. During Dr. Zl1'I'11'llCl'1TlZll1'S aflnlinistration the enrolment has more than doubled, and through the establishment of the College of Education the Univer- sity has been brought in closer contact with the problems of secondary and ele- mentary education in the State. It is Dr. Zl1111H6I'lH2l11iS ann to develop the rich cultural and economic resources of New Mexico through a program of research at the University. He is keenly interested in the student life of the institution. and with the cooperation of the Board of Regents has inaugurated a program of campus l1'l1l7l'OVC1'HCi11lI which will make possible the clevelopment of the type of campus which the students deserve. Dr. Zimmerinanls unusual ability, keen judgment, and most pleasing' person- ality have made hiin loved by all with whom he has come in contact. Under his leadership the University of New Mexico is looking forward to an even larger prograin of service to the young people of the State and to the State as a whole. -,,.,,.,. . N ., Iva- E' we ' eggs. . . 2.1 I 0 . . . . . . as-ef-.PE-fesf-QE-Lk -Lia V Tzuenty-two .,,.,W-. w 2 Q5 f s qg i1 J- ,EK-, V T ,... s Q- TT Li 4,.r,,.F E my Ax N ED E Jin., ' 'E' ,VH '-'i' Qgf iii '11 - it Q LIT W ':,.y,,,j lnhl if Siifxlmffs, ,XM . , 4 fic G.?O!!CyL? of LIHLH KjClC'l'lCC-S 'lfhe College of Arts and Sciences at the Uni- versity of New Mexico is under the competent guiding hand of Dean Shannon. Dean Shannon came to this school from the University of the Philippines, where he held the position of head of the English department. However, this is not Dean Shannon's first year in this institution. since he served as assistant professor here in 1925-26. The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest College on the campus, and the lead- ership of it is inevitably connected with a great deal of labor. However, Dean Shannon has car- ried his task cheerfully and most admirably, and deserves a great deal of credit. DEAN SHANNON Zifze Ccyoflege of 61z.g1'1zee1"1f1lzig DEAN ROCKVVOOD Character, judgment, efficiency, understand ing of men, and technical ability are said to be the prime requisites for success in engineering. If this is true, the students in the College ot Engineering are benefited by a most fitting ex- ample of what an engineer should be in their Dean. R. S. Rockwood. Dean Rockwood has served the University for many years-ten, to be exact. It has been the purpose of the Col- lege of Engineering to develop the practical side of their work in conjunction with the more theo- retical part of the curricula. If the success of graduate engineers of the University prove that thisghas been accomplished, then this College has undoubtedly attained its aims. 'Q-.AL Twenty-tlzrce rlififf fe fibfiif-4? iofigiww A .. W, J' W X N j z 15' Q9 7 X- J K N, 1 I-7 ,- .-., . -2- g - br i ,. , .,., V' -- 6 L .... F i. Qi' 'TTS' ' f. J 9 3 ,N 7 . dim Gfoffege QjZCi3C!L'l,CC1Tl'O1l. The College of Education is the division of the University whose function is the training of teachers, principals, supervisors, superintendents, and other educational workers. This College is the youngest upon the campus, having been es- tablished in 1928. Dr. S. P. Nanninga is the Dean of the College of Education. Dean Nan- ninga has an admirable background for his work, having had ten years experience in high school work. Dean Nanninga is very popular with the student body, and the rapid advance in enrolment in this College testifies to the fact that Dean Nanninga is making a real success DEAN NANNINGA fx CU r of his young College. axle Cfjlf'ClCj1-IUTU Cjcfzoof The Graduate School has undergone a gradual upward development throughout its history. The School finally reached its present stage of development in 1927. Dean B. F. Iflaught of the Graduate School has had a great deal ol ex- perience in college education and in 1928-Z9 was Dean of the Educational College in the Univer- sity of New Mexico. In the Graduate School the student is expected to develop initiative. power ol thought, and research in his major field. The idea that time merely spent in un- dergraduate class exercises is all that is required to earn a degree is done away with, and a high average must be maintained to be eligible for registration in this School. r D li.-XN H .-XL' til-1 T ,l . . . - ' 'K w o A 1 - . . QQ? J Twenty-fozo' l Ls? Q --Nwk-3, 1-fgvfaacg, f'f57'f3f!! Mat 'Xef'3i,fl.ijl'Q3f5i S BW. ,-15'g-fifilllf' KL? f , - W Y t , . ,.A- at - VVA: 1 ---. ,i --1- ---' a r! . A..A.,a1 'Q ""' 1 A ., f C-fvfefefzify Uhe 711 lI'tlq8 :..Tr.L. ..:' 4f..f.g1 -. K , . dfzc EAXFCCIH ixvfiifzfll The University of New Mexico started in -f 2 1929 for the first time, a semester with a full- time Dean of Men and Xiloinen. The purpose of the office of Dean of Men is to help students to succeed in college life. It has been found that this success involves, besides native ability, such items as personal habits, recreation, amuse- ments, initiative, definite purpose, lack of dis- tractions, and knowledge of the techniques of study. Dean Knode has always stood ready to help any student to find a way out of his per- plexities, and for his square-dealing with the men of the University, he has gained the ad- miration and respect of the whole University. DEAN KNODI fa . . Cy kjfzc glean of giQ'm'!Q7Il'lL'lI I J li.-XN CL.-XUVIC Dean Clauve was also the first full-time Dean of XVomen in the University of New Mexico. The responsibility of this position, that is the most direct means of contact between student body and faculty. is hard to estimate. Yet Dean Clauve has accomplished successfully this estab- lishing of relations. Dean Clauve is the only Dean in the University whose Alma Mater is the University of New Mexico. She, by her initiative and vigor, has done everything in her power to further the interests of her former student body, and because of these efforts, has gained great popularity upon the campus. ., . - x ' . t . slgxsi 5a?gtflyO..- . fi ' ?74?-.f-,,i1jx.f'f- 'gig 43.i.gi5FiC Xi?-.5 Twclziy-five A -5 ' '. 23.-r li ,. . M- -2:25-X2-'wxyvf he Afnlraqe i..A.iE.l. .re e ii i.,.,e:. 5fi'fi ' ': Charles Elkanzili Hodgin l.l..lJ. Cllniversity of New Mexicob. Professor Emeritus of the Univer- sity of New Mexico. hlohu Dustin Clark ll. S., M. S. QNCW Hznnp- shire College of Agricul- ture and Mechanic Artslg Ph. D. Cl.el:1ml Stnnfnrcl Vniversityj. Professor of f'hcmist1'y. Simon Peter A Nzinninga M. A. fSt:u1ford Univer- sityjg Ph. D. Cllniversity uf Cailifornial. Dean of the College of Education. 'Robert Wfalpole Ellis l li. S. KUniversity of South Dnkotzilg M. S, iUmver- sity of VVisconsinJ. Pro- W fessor of Geology. Lynn Boal Mitchell A. B. COhio State Uni. versityl: A. M.. Ph. D. ffornell Universityj. Professor of Latin and Greek. George Vhlhs 5t.C,lzur A. B.. A. KI. fxvlliilllllli Collegcjg Ph. D. Cllni- versity of CZllii'0l'!liZlJ. Professor :incl Head of English Dep:n'lment. Robert Spencer Rockwood B. S. CDcnison Univer- sityli NI. S. CUniversity of Michigani. Dean of College of Engineering and Professor of Physics. Francis Meclforth Denton llflymers Follegc, Hull, Englznncllg A. C. G. l. fCentrnl Technical Col- lege. Lonclonl. Professor and Head of the Dcpzirt- ment of Electrical lin- gineering. sk ' I I ' . A . . . , . . ' "" F 'if O" -Sf!! ,... Twenty-s'i.v K-fo 42-:. ., f ,wywkvfi Vibe Wlzraqefj p'.s.L: A A "'QA: 9 Mlcllicrt Dicfenclori ll. S., C. lf. Qolliu NC1l'lll- ern Unircrsilyl. Profes- sor ul Civil Engineering. Xvllllill Loy Sliclton A..li. il1nlvgr51ty of lllil nois :incl l,lllVC1'SItj' in Arkzxnszisbg B. l.. S. CUni- vcrsity of Illinois Li- lrrary Sclwoll. l.il11'n1'l:1n :incl Associate lPI'Ul'CSS0l' nf Liln'zn'y Sciuncc lf 'zulcc Vinton Scliolcs B. A.. M. A. flIKl1'V1ll'il Universityl. Associate l'rofcssur of History :xml Political Science. izalmcth Frzmcis Snnpson B. S. Cllniversity of New Mcxicol. Professor of Home licunomics and Su- pervisor of tlur Dining llzill. Cimrles Anthony l3ar11l1art B. A., M. A. fUIllX'C1'Slfj' of Illinolsl. Professor of Mzitlienmtics, Eclward FI'Zl1llill11 Castetter A. B. fl.clmnon Valley Collcgcjg M. S. KI'ennsyl- vzinin State Collegclg l'li. D. Clown Stutc Collegel. Head of IDCYIZIITIIICITT of Biology. Xfvllllfllll Frcclcriclc De-I ough A.. IS. CUniversity of Micliiganlg A. M. cU1ll- versity of Michigan and l'l:n'v:ircl Univcrsityj. In- structor in Modern Lan- gunges. Marion Dargon A. B. lVVoffor4l Collcgcbg M. A. icillllllllfiil. Univer- sityjg Ph. D. CUnivcrsity of Chiczigoj. Associate Professor of History and Political Science. 52 . ,... . . 'ff CY , , , , I A .... ' Twazlty-seveiz --" i. iliuzliifi, ..,, ,, -5',fi5f'f5"2x:+4i"f-f ' ...-'.- b v. 4.. 5"::fEF 1 ""7-.'1f- 1.,-1,777 Q-kv-vwfvfxj Clhe 7721111 e -'Q11,..lj 1 .3 flff-I J- S-XXX-fig, Bdljilllllll F1'2l.lllill1'l Haught A, Il. fVVeSt Virginia Univcrsitybg M. A. ICU- lumlria Univcrsitylg l'l1. D. fCc0rgc Pczibculy Col- lcgcl. Professor of l'sy- chology :md I':llllCZlll0'll :lml Dircctm' of tlu: Grzul- uate School. Grace 'lil'l0ll'I1D5lJll B. M. CDcl'iz1ncu Cullcgul. Head of Music Depart- ment. -john Bzllicoclc Baker 15. S.. M. S. CUnivcrsily of lllinoisl. Associnll' Professor :md Heard of Department of ML:cll:mi- Cal ICngi11ue1'ingf' Lloyd Spencer 'l'i remain A. li. KUUUQ1' lnwu Uni- versitylg A. M. Qllnivcr sity uf lowzllg l'll. D. fllniversity ol' luwznj Associzitc Professor uf Emluczitionl. ll . 3' .rgfwzz ' -' Q,m1s244.s ' ,lay Lzirroll lxnurlc A. B., A. M. Qllnivcrsily of Nelzruskzxlg l'l1. D. ffolumlrizl llnivcrsityb. Dean of Men :ind Pro- fessor of Pliilosuplly. lfrzmk Driver Reeve lx. B.. A. M. Cllnivcrsity ui New Mexicol. Instruc- tlmr in History and Pn- lilicnl Science. ."X1lll.iI. RIZIFIZL Osunu ll. A. fU11ivursity of New Nlcxicujg M. A. CSt:1n- fcsrmlUnivr:rsilyJ. Assist- ant Professor' in Ru mzmcc Lruiguugcs. beorge Pope Slizmnou B. A. CYamlv:rlJilt Uni- vcrsitybz M. A.. Ph. D. lSi.Z111f0l'll Universityl. l'rufcssur of English :xml lilvuil of 1l'z- Vullvlzv nf Arts :mil Scicnccs. fue," Twenty-ciglzt . - -M ,-5E5f'if"7f-15 Q-'1 -i-fif5?EX- ..l. 'T-1 4 N qihxbq E A-. -5,-S,-S,-lxfve-2-ly Ulu: 'Wlzraqe : .".. .ei .1 1 -.Qe'6f.fze Czlrroll Vincent Newsom A. B. fColle1ze of lim- poriajg A. M. fUniversi- ly of Micliignnl. Assist- Illll Professor of Mntllc- matics. Tom Lafayette Pope j oy lt. A., M. A. CUnivcrsily of New Mexicol. Assist- :mt Professor of Econom- ics :mel Gr:ulu:xtu Manu- ger ut' Athletics. Thomas Matthew Pearce B. A. CUnivf:rsity of Muntunalg M. A. fllni' versity of Pittslmrgl. As- sistant Prnfc-ssm' of Ein:- lisli. Fred Vlfilliam Allen A. B.. M. A. fllniversity nf Kzmsnsl. Assistant l'l'lli-CSSOI' ul' lliolngy. Cecil Vivian VVicker A. B.. A. M. fUniversity of Micllignnj. Assistant Pmfessor of English, Florence Wfhite Smith lnslrncmr in Voice. Dorotltea Marie Fricke lnstructcn' in Art. Roy Wfilliam -1011115011 A. li. CUnivel'sity of Miclligzml. llirecmr of Atlllvtics. . .I xiii ig! gym, -L X, -wx 71'ZClC'lI1j'-llflll? 'A " QC! . . . , Lena Cecile Clauve li. A. fUnivcrsity uf New Mexicnl. Denim nf XVumcn. Chester Russell, jr. Il. S. fUnivei'sity of New Mi-xicuj. lnstructor in lilc-ntrienl liiigiiweriiig. Lillizul Russell Assistmll Liln':ii'i:m. Reffinalcl Fisher N B. S., M. A. CUuivci'sity ul' New Mexicuj. Instruc- tor in Arcliaenlngy. Yeou Carter Kieeh B. CUnive1'sity of New Mexicoig M. S. 1Sfzmfnrd lfniversityl. Assistant Professor of Chemistry. XV i lliam Martin Kunkel Pzxrbtime Instructor in XYOml VVinil Instruments and Hnml. Mildred Doclcls B. S.. M. S. Klowzx State College of Agriculture and lvlGCl1ZllllC Artsj. ln- structur in Home lieu- mimics. Vilillis Lee Barnes Director of Physical Ecl- ucation mul Freshmen Conch. ffl " 2 ofvfaf ?iaf??, if baggy iiAu?SJK-Jvfilo . . gba . . . . . . Thirty o-- . Sli . ..-voir'-fW?3ff1ff? 1 ,4f.- -- ... --- 1 .M- Ofxfsfxibxfy Uhe mlfdqe -....e.1. ..:H 'i.f.,Tc:-. 93 , Edgar L. Hewett B. Pd.. M. Pnl. fTe:1cliers College of Crecley,C,'olo.Jg D. Sc. CUniversity uf Ge- nevnli Ll..D. Clfnivcrsity of Arizonal. Nina Mcljinnies Ancona Instructor of Pipe Organ. Elsie Ruth Chant li. S. fUniversity of New Mcxilcob. Instructor in hnglxsli. Alice M. Olson l Active Registrar. Stuart Alvorcl Northrop B. S. CSl1effield Scien- tific Schooljg Ph.D. QYu1c Universityl. Associate Professor :md Head of Geology Department. john Patrick McFarland A. B. fUniversity of New Mexicob. Assistant Ath- letic Director :mel Fresh- nicu Conch. l5':itrick Miller A. B. CUniversity of New Muxicnl. ll1ll'S1ll'. Gerald P. 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Bertha Wfalker 'CjQlICl6'l1i Caozrnczl ,JU M A . C Xep1'C.se11fu1'1ves Richard Riley. . . . blames Seery, . , . . . . Floyd Shattuck. . , . Richard Arledge. . . , . .Senior , Senior junior Junior r Maurice Lipp. . . . . .Sophomore I .-'Xllzm Rollie .... . . .Sophomore 1TR.ANK STORfl'Z Richard Potts ...., . . .Freshman President of the Associuiezl Studcnis KIRK DiCHf3HlJ?lCl1, , . . , .F1'CShm:111 TI1i1'ty-fo-ur -L, is Ek 439 v E s vs,s-,sway Clhe 771171106 :Jael ..: ff f..,.f.: sLi' ,fungi ---- sffafsfefsfe- L71 e 0 ff are lf amor ,fuss SI l A'l"l'lif'K L' R l LE LOY lf A R T. EDC E l7l.OYl'J Sl-lA'l"1'UCK .... .. ........ President FLORENCE CRILF. .. ........ Vice-President RUTH LOVE ..,....... ,............ S ecretary-Treasurer t RICHARD ARLEDGIC. .. .... Student Council Representative The Class of 1930-Tempus fugit-we have scholars as 1930 has produced sixteen-Phi Kappa Phi's and Sigma Tauis which greatly enhances the scholas- tic rating of our University. In student activities, we have had seldom-equalled success. The tradition of Homecoming has been firmly fixed and other features strongly established as the publications of the Lobo and the Mirage. The Class has furnished her share of Varsity athletes and others whose ac- complishments have helped to maintain New Mexico's record of success in all phases of inter-collegiate competition. Thus with such a varied list of attainments, we can face the cruel, cruel world and look forward hopefully to the future. s . . . , 4 ' " O . . . . . . . wig- ,-fx?-gazfso X144 --J 7'h1'rty-five ,..f- -ff - .. , Z, ' ? 91 F- w fwiair-- 'hai J- :rr ,,,,, ,..: .,l.' ' A "-" Xi U- .1., 1 ' 4,1-ll ga, ,vw-wvmefv' CI he 7721112 einflf ei .1 1 1 A"'4 ' 3 A4f-flff, . S Sum Q., x X, gjeIv1fl,IiO'l' Gifnss O'CONNOR RILEY SEERY , RICHARD RILEY ...... ...,,....... P resident ARCHIE XVESTFALL .... .. .......... Vice-Presiclem LOUISE CTCONNOR .... .....,....... S ecretary-Treasurer JAMES SEERY ,....., .... S luclent Council Representative Wfe, the Class of 1931, have set an unparallellecl record at U. N. M.-we lost both of the big fights, freshman and sophomore years. Not claunted with such trifling set-backs, the Class is working for a pro- gressive University, and great interest is being taken by all so that the Mirage and junior Promenade have promise of being the most notable in the history of the school. In our school generation our athletes have been most outstanding, and have been consistent stars. NVith a good foundation and with the traditional Lobo spirit, we can turn to the future with assurance that we shall carry on our heritage. ,?2??,-Q2 - Y Q Tlzirty-six Q- , .ff "if -- f Q' ' A '?'f?i1-L.. ,--P 151. ,Jaw X, ir L, -, . , f 33 .,-, gg ' 9.4294 ..L1' ' , "" 4 Q , . , af.f',,,fyq5f5,'j 6 rj-1 -E5 -,gr I i Aaefwfvf-J Uhe 'mzraqe ...,f.l., Ha.,.n:-. 193 , ,.., , xfsffxffqe- i f-x, -, dOpZ107'7'lOl"C QXCISS 4 LIPP ROBINSON CLARK ROLLIE MAURICE LIPP ...... .1 ..... President GRACE ROBINSON. .. ...... Vice-President NIQLLII-C CLARK ..... ........... 5 Sccrcizlry-Treasurer ALLEN ROLLIIC. .. ...Student Council Representative High and mighty Sophs-Freshinau year was like a n'1irag'e, it passed so quickly. Our prowess is undisputed because of our victories. The Freslunen were made to toe the line with the Vigilance committee in charge of ceremonies. Under strict upper-class tutelage we have all developed and have fought to gain the recognition due us in all the different modes of endeavor. A whooping "Sophomore Brawlm was staged-Qhlankj-however, gives promise. All of us are anxiously looking forward to 1930 and our junior year, confi- dent that we have proved worthy of becoming upper-classmen. 1 Tll'fl'f3!-5611011 ,V - uf' T -i if-ff , Q-' Q- 1 E3'?S?22'Z4QQ'1-? , V fisfr i' .,...- N, Q59 , " f C-Ns?-R229 Qfhe flzraqe g1i'112.l,r 93 ,RQo,o, .. ,., . QAC 'i?jl'CS!lI1lUIl GULISS frm, ' l , , 1 l M 1 l l l l. l POTTS BROOKS RAMSAY RICHARD POTTS ..... .........,. P resident DORIS BROOKS ..... ........ X "ice-President HARRY RAMSEY ............ .............. S cert-tary-Treasurer CHARLES DIEFFENBACH .... .... 5 tudent Council Representative XfVe, the Class of 1933, came to the "U" from many widely scattered hamlets and cities-some Green, others Greener. We registered in some courses we thought we wanted and some we did not want. Various brotherly organizations made idols of us for a time, but only an- other of life's illusions as some of us later found out. Khatali rose to unprecedented heights and "pots" were indelibly impressed on us. Next the "Profs" took matters in their own hands-some of us were lucky and some of us left the ranks to try our fortunes elsewhere. XN'ith spirit we tackled the Sophoniores, but such is fate-our education was completed. A A t "" i i Q5 if -ua .J Tliirty-eiglzt but l J --::-' Y . -1121416515-. 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P ..w:-.w. -.:-9.fA...a.3:. ,Riagg g.5,.I,I 4'I'4H.:- nu-:CnA-,a4':f:y,.r:,EI-I:I5'.1I,1',,I3.III If .' .' - . . t ' l ' ' Tl' W k '-if ' - .W " Z "" 4 "" x -44-- f ' I. '- k 1i1iT1': . N' ill lil ' ,. 4 C'Hf1TO7f'5 -L if L.fQ'f"17Y mx . lr: r H M of-,xiveri The 'Wlzraqe 5'QQQ1i.1.. .5 A F-'F 'f..,Q.:. 3ff 'A"f Ricliarcl li. i Arleclge, Jr. Alb-uqucrquc. N. M. Major: History. Minor: Economics. Pl Kappa Alllll1lQlill1llZlll: Stnilcnt Council'30:Inter- Fraternity Council '30g Debate 'Z7: Cheer Leader '27, 'Z8. Anita Ayala Allruqucrqua- N. M. Major: Spanish. Minnr: English. Circulo Espanol. Estelle ,liently Huntsville. Missouri. Major: Biology. Minor: El12llSll-l'Sj'Cl12bl' Olly, Henry Blacklmurli Bowling Green. Ky. Major: Economics. Minor: Psychqlopzy. Phi Kappa Psi. 'Zig v lN'illa1'cl lsicluro .'Xl'lllljO Santa Ft-. N. M. Nlajor: History. Minor: English. 'l'ransfcr New Mexican Military Institute. ,. ll! lllllll' l3ZL1'1'OVVS Albuquqrque, N. M. Major: Civil Enginecring. Pi Kappa Alplm: Basket' hall ,291 Lplm Staff '20, 'RO' AX 'K C F Wallace .X. ljislxee llristuw, Okla. Major: Geology. Minor: Physics. Sigma Chi: lN'li1'agc Staff '30g Drznnrltic Club . 229. '3U: "Lightnin'," "Mr, l.IlZZ1l'll5.H 'Transfer' Ok- lahoma "U." Robert Butts Albuquerque. N. M. Major: llfstury. "inol': Econoniics. I'i Kappa Alpha. Transfer Vzmclurbilt UU." a . I- h V U Q ., . A . v L Q . -ti. Forty-two 4S1'y"Qg AQ .fini 'iflvyl A '. w f Q25 Q9-,ww-wxfwgf like 'mzraqe g'.p'p'...l5 if..,.:.1L1 93 , '--' -QQZQQI-fa hN'lllZl.ilGllC Brown lil l':is0. lexus. Major: ll'story. Nlinur: linglisli. Chi Omugzi: Iirumntic Chili. Sec. :xml 'l'1'c:is. -HH 'Ncw l.:x4ly ll:uit0ck." 'Lig'l1tnin'." Lnbu Stuff 'Rik Nlirzurr Staff 'Sli '1'l'ZlllSfUl' lil Prism: junior College. .lemme Camphell Allnuqucrquv. N. M. Major: Psyclufogy. Minor: linglisli, Alpha Phi Oim-gag 'l'r:1115- in-x' NYQSIL-yzm Fullcgc, Xncou. Gu. Lucille Cisco Nairn Visa, N. M. M:1jm': Ellgllfiil. Minor: History. Louise H. Coe Glencoe. N. M. Major: Schuul Ailmfnis- tration. Minor: Spzmisli. Alpha Delia Pig Y. XY. C. A.: El Circulu lis- psmolg Transfer ' U." of Gem'g'ia Durclcll Amarillo. Tvhxns. Major: Spziuisll. Nl inorz History. l'hi Omega: illlllllkflltflllk' I'ra.-siilent '3llg l,uhu Staff '23, '29g Y. VV. V. IX.: 1 XX, A, A.: l':u'um 'Mig lil Circulo lispzuml. Leo F. Czlrclen ,A'liillIIlltJ1'4ll.llS. N. M. Civil Enginccriug. .lack Cline M F1ll'l'lllllgf0ll, N. M, Major: Electrical Engi- uccring. Knmizx Sigma. ary Grace Colvin Gilnhsluml. Louisirulri. Mgljor: Eclucntiun. Mmu1': English. Y. XV. C. A.: 'l'i':xnsfci Louisiana College. Luuis- Tcxagv Cuhllnbgn -Ag." iziinql TQ'Cl1.INZAilC3ll?ll U. 0 fexico. , . .. Q .. .bling 96 . . . . . .FOI'fjl-fl'Ll'6'8 liailipri Kappa Grumman: Lobo St:xff'3Ug Forunm 'SYN Diyf iffy f-"f SPH' . ,r.f--Qrf.-xxx? +f1f 5 'li' rl' 4 VX- gf-"-"'l2:gg1 - 4: 4293 . A, -6- M14 - "'lf:' ' li . ' - Q5-5-555 " llflz11'g:u'et Lox Albuquerque, M. Major: Minor: Kappa Kzlppn Theta Alpha Phi: Stu- clent Council V.-Pres.: Drzunntic Club: "Star of Maclriclf' Clllllllllllj Bill DeG1'yse Albuquerque. N. M. Major: History. Minor: Education. Khatnli: Football '27, 928. 329, '30. Dorothy Diver Los Angeles, Calif. Major: English. Minor: .Frenchg Anthro- voiogy. Chi Omega: Drumzitic Club: Y.XV.C.A.: XV.A.A. Pres. '30: Pzulhellenic '29g Glee Club. B'flZl1'lZll'l Eller Allnumcmiie. N. M. Major: English. Minor: History. Kappa Kappa Gzmnnaig Mortzlrlioard Jr.: Pix-yuh ya-nm Sec. '30. 7111 2 Cilze rage - .51 .,.:.fTT ""' 493 fKfN,N0N .gp vim'-to-cw ' rr-- Florence Lrile Roswell. N, M. Major: History. Minor: English. Alpha Chi Omega: Dru- nizltic Club '29, 'Mig lil Circulo lispunolg Pan- hellenic 229: Y. W. C, :kg XV, A. A, Catherine Delgado lflfltll. N, M. Major: Spzmislx. Minor: English. El Circulo Espanol. Ned lx. hlder Albuquerque. N. Major: EC0ll0lIllCS. Minor: English. Pi Kappa Alpha: 'Ihcln Alpha. Phi: Drzmiutic Club: ' Goose Hangs Highg" "The B1-:1tg" ' Star of Mzxdridf' "New Lady Bnntuckf' "Ligl1tA llllllin "Mr. Luzzirusgv 'The XVild Duckf' Lobo '29, ,303 Business Manu- gnr "YH Hzmdbookq Band. Ethel Erlanclson Allmuquerfmc. N. M. Major: English. Minor: History. Phi Kzimizi Phi: lil Cir- culo Espanol '3O. f f CW gi' Forty-fam' ll. I-if ICQ? If En .ef.rfs7fff'r-iffffr mm 'VAL 7 LQ? f-six? ' MW A i':'f"afff'fs-ff Eg . ' f ' . ffiii . 2 E . ,,,.z. - '17 if-3' -. . -' V 1 ' " 'K 'Z' - f"",-f1f:i'3, T ' , " g ,,,, ..,.., I ,.nM,,- 7 M. French Carrizuzn, N. M. Major: Civil Engineering. Pi Kalvpa Alpha: Sigma Tau: l'i'cs. nl' A. A. C. E. Lela Gooclart Roswell. N. M. Major: Home Economics. Minor: History. A-Eklllll Club 'iflg XV. A. A. KU. Tel fair Hendon Birmingliam, Ala. Major: English. Minor: History. Theta Alpha Phi: Lohu Business Manager '29g Athletic Council '29, Dra- matic Cluh '29, '30g "Love 'Em and Leave HEITIQ' "New Lady Bantockf' "XYilzl Duck:" Editor of HY" Handbook '28: Mi- rage Staff '30: Forum '31lg il'rausfer Wasliingtfm :mil .ee. Kathleen Hickok Ulysses, Kansas. Major: English. Minor: Anthropology. Chi Omega: Mortarhonrcl Jr. Sec. and Trcas. '30: Evelyn French Carrizozo. N. M. Major: English. Minor: History. Alpha Oniicrou Pi 3 Trans- fer Univ. of Tenn. Elizabeth Greaves Portales, N. M. Major: Home Economics. Minor: English. Alpha Chi Omega: Akiho Club 'SOQ XV. A. A. '29, '30: Y. XV. C. A. '29, ISD: Transfer Texas XVoman's College. l-larriet Henry Albuquerque. N. M. Major: Home Ecunoinics. Minor: English. 'fgznsfer Nnrth Dakota Rebecca Fee Judy Albuquerque, N. M. Major: History. Minor: English. Kappa Kappa Gnmmag Theta Alpha Phi: Dra- Theta Alpha Phig Pi 1112450 Cllllfi "MESS" Gamma Mu: Dramatic "lJKl1U1iIl'-" Club: "The Bratz" "Love 'Em and Leave 'Emi' "New Lamly Bzmtuckgu Y. VV. C. A. Pres. '30: Transfer Kansas State Agricultural College. ' ::fE.g-,J - . . - - -22 . . . . Q '-'kdm Forty-five . , .- f' ssh ,-3.4, .Li 4 H .... - Virgil .iucly xxllJU1ll'lCl'CI'llC. N. M. Major: English. Minor: History. Kappa Signing Theta Al- pha Plug Ilrzunatic Club "N 79 'ill f. ,- .Xcleliue Lawson Alamogordo. N. M. Major: History. Minor: English. Kappa Kappa Ganlma. Transferl.imlr-rwnml, Mu. Elizabeth Leese Albuquerque. N. M. Major: History. Minor: Enpflish. 'l'ransfcr York College, Nrlrr. Mabel Lewis Glendale, Arizona. Major: Home Economics. Minor: Education. Beta Sigma Omicrong Alcillo Club: Transfer Arizona ull." L' , gi f . i ' Dis bo Ruth K ay Allmrluerque. N. M. Major: Home Econuxuics. Minor: Art. Alpha Delta Pi: Akiho Flulv 'l9. 'SUQ ljffllllilili' Vinh 'JSQ Y. XY. F. 1. Ruth Lathrop Albuquerque. N. M. Major: Home Economics. Minor: Education. Alpha Chi Omega: Akiho Clulr Pres. 'Sflg Dramatic Vlulv '27g Y. NY. C. A. Oliver Leone Gallup, N. M. Major: Chemistry. Miner: Biulugy. Traci: '29, 1311. Ruth Love Clyde, Ohio. Major: Music. Minor: Psychology. Alpha Chi Omegag Mur- t:u'I1oard Jr.: Pa-yat-ym mug Senior Class Trcas.: Drzunatic Club ,295 "Love 'Em and Leave 'Emf' Mirage Staff '29g Lalio Staff '29: Transfer Tire- nau anrl Olucrliu Cun- scrvatorxcs. ag. M51 is wwwl Forty-si.r . - .-,, W... -.V Q? --fy-'ii?g, ..-111.55 "Vi ,Q QQ' L. i.f ' Lorena Low Allu.njue1'que. N, M. Major: Home lucnnoiiiirs. Nlumr: llistury. Bruce McRae Albuquerque. N. M. Major: Economics. Minor: Biology. Sigzina Chig l.:1lmo Staff ,283 Mirage Stall' '29, Tessi e Monahan Albuquerque, N. M. Major: History. Minor: Music. Catherine Nicholas Albuquerque. N. M. Major: History. Minor: English. Phi Mu: fl"l'l1llSlCl' Loret- Glaclys McCarthy 1xll1lll1l1!'l'llllC. N. M. Major: History. Minor: Home Economics. Alpha Phi Omega: Y. W. C. A 1 Dramatic Flulig Transfu.-r El Paso ,lunior College. David Mitchell 1xlllLliIllCl'tlll.C, M. Major: lileclrical Engi- nearing. Kappa Sigma: Phi Kajmpa Phi: Sigma Tau: A.l.lE.lf, Frank Neal Albuquerque. N. M. Major: Civil Engineer- mg. Kappa Sigma: A.A.C li.: 'I'ransfc1' New Mc-xivo Military IllSl'lllllC. Margaret O'Couuell Fort Dodge, Iowa. Major: Music. Minor: Psychology. Kajmzi Alpha Theta: 10 Ilpigljfs Ljnlll-gc, Den. 'l'1'Il.l1SfC!: NKJl'fllNVC5lC?1'll y-pr, University. Y lsrilfj-llili M. 1:01751-Sl7'Zl0IL .- A-' .. ' -mm Wg ' " .5 V'-1 A ":1.,.,f- ""-ifg' okfrvxfvgb- Uhe 772 zraqe f....ifI... 93 6,fgxo B011-lillllill Osuna Alliuquc-rque. N. Nl. Major: Iiuglisli. Minor: Economics. l' urum 110. Robert Pettit Albuquerque, N. M. Nlajor: Chemistry. Minor: Pllysics Sigma Chi Q Traci: '28 au. Irene Quintana Santa Fe, N. M. Major: Spauisli. Minor: Home Economics. Uirculo Espanol Treas. 'ESQ l'i'cs. liuleucnclent Wfuneu '29g Gln-Q Club. john Reidy Alliiiqiicrmie, N. M. Major: Clicmistry. Nlinor: Biology. Sigma Chig KllIltZlliQ Vlass Pres. '27: Student l'uuncil '273 Basketball "9 "ll' 'livlllliq 'N ill ....w, .-i... , '29s Rolnert S. Palmer Alamogordo, N. M, Major: lilectrical Engi- nearing. Kappa Sigma: Phi Kappa Plug Siguia Taug Tlicfta Alpha Phi: Khatalig Dra- maticClulsg "Gouse Hangs Higllgn' "Lady XVinclcr- merc's FZIIIIU 'The Brzilf' f'A'lrs. Bumpsteacl Leiglif' ' Love 'lim and Leave 'liuxf' 'Star of Maflritl:" 'IMISSU "New linrly Bau- tneklh "Mi: l.:xzarus:" Mirmze lcililfll' '2'Jg A. l'. E. E. l'lo1'euee Prentice Tucumcari, N. M. M:xjm': Art. Minor: English. Chi Omega: Y. XV. C. A.: NY. A. A.: Dramatic Club '303 Forum 'SIL Mzu'gz11'et Rector Tucumcari. N. M. Major: English. Minor: Spauisli. Kappa Kappa Gamma: l'l1i Kappa Pliig Theta Alulm Phi: Pi Gamma Mu: Dramatic Club 29, 'SUQ Delmte flitjlllll '29g 'l'rausfer Stefilicus Fol- lege. john Russell Allmquc-rllue, N. M. Major: History. Minor: Arclizieology. Sigma Plii lipsilung Inter- Fratcruity Council '29, 2103 Drzunatic f'luli 'lllg Lnlm Staff '27: Forum '3ll. .. ..,. , . ,Ag . 625.92-.fS? Q.gW F 0-1'ty-eight as-M 'QHF""3Z??s as A sfvs-,iffy Ulu: 772zraqE Li ..2LT1.: 65's-as-Q-fab l I loyd Shattuclc Carlsbad, N. M. Major: Economics. Minor: History. Pi Kappa Alpha: Student Council '28, '303 Class President '23, '3Ug Class Secretary 'l9g Mirage Staff '28, '39. l hera Sill Albuquerque. N. M. Major: Biology. Minor: Home Evmmmics, Alpha Delta l'ig NV. A. A,g Y. XV. C. A. Hazel Snyder Sapalpa, Okla. Major: Art. Minor: Home Economics. Dramatic Club '2Sg "Pigs:" Transfer Ste- phcn's Collugc. lxay Stuart Rnswcll, N. M. Major: Chemistry. Minor: Mathematics Khatali: Theta Alpha Phi: Pi Gamma Mug Lohn Editor '3U: Student Council '29: Dramatic Club '29 'STH "The XVild Ducky" Forum '3Og Y. M. C. A, -sis Margaret Shortle Albuquerque. N, M. Major: Music. Minor: English. Kappa Kappa Gamma Mortar Board jing Pa yatrya-nm: Student Conn cil '27. VV. Smith Albuquerque, N. M. Major: Electrical lingi ll.CCl'l1lg'Q Kappa Sigma Sigma Tau: A. T. E. E, i V E VVinifrecl Stamm Albuquerque, N. M. Major: Arcliaeology. lllinor: History. Kappa Kappa Gamma Pi Gamma Mu: Lobo Ed itor 'Z9g V. XV. C. A. Rufus Stinnett Portales, N. M. Major: Education. Minor: Chemistry, Kappa Alphag Khatali Student Council '29g Foul ball '27, '28, '29. 111.-J.:-.' , , ,. V eff- 'V-1-Lx I70l'l'5r-nivze J'-14 - .5-'Ty-, -,-.Q-Imp :L ' ' ' : " LE.-1 - .-.',--1- MJ x , N., G.. Y.,g?'Jr'f' , G3 '1 ?'Njg-5: , H 1.5 "ik 'AIA4 141'Zll'llC A. btortz, Jr. Albuquerque, N. M. lVlajor: Electrical Engi- nearing. Pi Kappa Alpha: Khatalig Pres. Student Council '3Q: Inter-Fraternity Council '29g Male Qunrtette '28, '29, 'filly A. I. E. Pres. '30: Track '29, '30g Bas- lcc-tlmll '30: Transfer L'ornm-ll University. Hazel Van Doren Roswell, M. Major: H1story. Minor: English. Pi Gamma IVILI: Y.XV.C.A. Alice Rae VVilson Roswell, N. M. Major: Pipe Organ. Minor: French. Theta Alpha Phig. Dra- matic Club: "l'igsg" - "l',igl1tnin':" "Now Lady Bantockf' "lVlr. Lazar- us:" "The VVihl Duclc:" Pa-yaf-ya-n1o '3Og Trans- fer George NV:ishington aml Arizona llnivcrsity. Mabel VVilliamS Danville. California. Major: Home Economics. Minor: Biology. Beta Sigma Omicrong Panhellcnic '30g Alciho Club '29, '30. Leon Ullrich Roswell, N. NI. Major: Economics. Minor: English. Kappa Alpha: Inter-Frm ternity Council '30: Track '28, y29, '30, Richard Vann Albuquerque, N. Nl. Major: Arcliaeology. Minor: Geology. Sigma Chi: 'lvl'I1Ck '27. '2S. Marian VViley Albuquerque. N. M. Major: Spanish. Minor: English. Alpha Chi Omega: Dra- matic Cluh: Y. XV. C. A. Neil Boone YVatso11 Kansas City, Mo. Major: Economics. Minor: Spanish. Kappa Sigma: Theta Al- pha Phi: Khatali: Bus. Mgr. Lnho '283 Dramatic Club. Fifty 1 l l l l. 7fH fLZO7f'S -. ' i- fig ,- : 1 AA.- 4 4949 3 .PIN Uhe 77'lzraqeQ'.'f.1i.1., ..: 5? ake Balzer Raton, N. M. Major: Economics. Minor: English. Sigma Chi: Football '27, '28, 229. I1 ene Bishop Albuquerque, N. M. Major: English. Minor: Psychology. Kappa Alpha Theta: Transfi-r Oklahonm UU." Rufus Carter Santa, Fe, N. M. Major: Civil Engineering. Sigma Phi Epsiloug Sigma Tau, 'Am. Ass'r1 Civil Engineers. Van Deusen Clark Deming, N. MI. Major: English. Minor: Philosophy. Kappa. Sigma, Mirage '3llg Lobo '30, Trzlck '28, '3U. foe C. Colvin Cihsland. La. Major: Civil Engineering. Sigma Phi Epsilon, En- gineering Societyg Am. Ass'n Civil Engineersg Transfer Louisiana Tech. i Mildred Barnliart Albuquerque, N. M. Major: Biology. hlmorz English. Robert Brissenclen Clay City, Ill. Major: Chemistry. Minor: Physics. Mary Childers Albuquerque, N. M. Major: Art. Minor: Archaeology. Alpha Chi Omega: Dra- matic Club '27: "The Bratz" Y. VV. C. A.: VV. A. A.g Mirage Staff '29g '.'S0. Wfilson Henry Cochran Mercer, Penn. Major: English. Minor: Economics. Sigma Chip Lobo Staff '30g Swimming '30, Transfer VVestmiustcr College. Wesley Connor Santa Fe, N. M. Major: Biology. Minor: Chemistry. Sigma Chi: DramuticClub '29g "Lightnin':" Y.-Pres. gigter-fraterriity Council ., .,. .,.., M5 4 Q L Fifty-fwfr P . 1 . A - isireflf Q" . ghd 771 lftlqg :'ff.'.Q.1. .51 fi 9 Martha Freeland Rome, Ga. Major: History. Minor: English. Dramatic Club '29, Miles Cureton lVilliams. Ariz. Major: Education. Minor: Psychology. Transfer N. M. M. I. llilargaret Davy Albuquerqiie, N. M. Major: History. Minor: Psychology. Chi Omega: Y. W. C. A.: XV. A. A.: Dramatic Club. lienueth liC.lWIl1'LlS Socorro, N. M.. Mayor: Economics. Minor: Mathematics. .lack Fish Hollywood. Calif. Major: Physical Educa- tion. Minor: History. Sigma Chi: Foolball. Robert Crist Springfield, Ohio. Major: Education. Minor: Psychology. Kappa Sigma: Football '27, '28, '29, 'SOQ Basket- ball '27, '28, !29, '30: Track '27, '28, '29. Dorothy Daily Albuquerque, N. M. Major: History. Minor: English. Alpha Delta Pi: Y. W. C. A.: Dramatic Club: Lobo: Pres. Pan-Hellenic '29, '3O. Nell Draper Albiiquerque, N. M. Major: Public School Music. Minor: Voice. C y 1'C1lZL ilferrec Albuquerque, N. M. Major: History. Minor: English. Kappa Kappa Gamma: Mirage '30: Pan-Hclleiiic Council '29, '30. Margaret Forakei' AlbllllLlCI'illlC, N. M. Major: History. Minor: English. Kappa Kappa Gamma: Y. XV. C. A. , . , i ,,., , . :- Fifty-three .fgimav W-ve gif!! 'SES i lfiif5i'f:::'? mms - ,-5 Q ff 5 r--1 -- Q .sf "',,.....1: U ' " ,Nffv-pf? fflhe 711 zraqe . .1 Q f....:. , , 93 Qgfaggxfx lllary Elizabetll ench Albuquerque, N. M. Major: Archaeology. Minor: History. Phi Mu: Y. NV. . A Cabinet '29, '30. C lute Good -F1'IllllCf0l't, Incl. Major: Business Admin- istrzition. Minor: Geology. Sigma Chig Hzislictlsall '28, '29, 'KOQ rl.lI'2lCk '28, '29, X305 Footlmll '28, '29, '30 lil Lblc Harcling Sam Diego, Calif. Major: Archaeology. Minor: Biology. Kappa Kappa . Gamma: 'l'ransfcr San Diego State Teaclicrs' Collcgc. ld'L Hoi xbs l L . Roswell. N. Mi. Major: Biology. Minor: Chemistry. Kappa Kappa, Gzmlmzi Y. XV. C. A.: Forum Mirage Staff '30. illizun Howden Albuquerque, N. M. Major: History. Minor: English. T'i Kappa Alphag Foot- ball '28, 29. ' Manrine Gilmore Paincsvillv. Ohio. Major: Biology. Minor: lhaycliofogy. Dramatic Club '29, 'All Transfer l.al:c Eric Col- lege. -I can Hanson Gallup, N. M. Major: IEll1IllSll. Nlinor: Social Scicncv. llrnmatic Club: W.AA. 'l'ransfcr Antioch Vol lr-Qc. Ynllow Springs Ohio. Carl Henderson Carlsbad. N. M. Major: lfilEICll'lCZll lingi iwvringg. .Pi Kappa Alpha: A. I E. li.: Track: Swimming 'YO Estelle Hogins Allluqucrquc, N. M. Major: Arcllaculogy. Minor: English. Alpha Delta Pi: Y.ll'.C Ag Dramatic Club '30 Lolm 2303 Transfer Col lvgv: of the Ozarks Clarksville, Ark. lllilliam Huffinc Raton, N. M. Majorifivil lifnginecring Minor: Business Admin istratiou. Kappa Sigmag Sigma Tau: A.S.C.E. Pres. '28 'l'7: Lolmg l11lljZl'llCEI'illf,., Socicty. Q, if ., . ,JA yQ gvK my l J .zA" ' ..-Y. -f ..ff+QQQ'iF?Wf.55'?oW??5ii9EmMa. I V ' ,,,1:,: L A "" Q f"".a..e-'23, 12 """'4 " Q ""' I 'l.,.,.1: I ' v - v Sri?-foffmf flake ,nilftlqe :....f.L. 95 Tat. -. 93 wG.4mf4faQ lilowa rd I-:l u f lilllilll Mourovifl, Calif. Major: Music. Minor: EllllliSl1. Sigma Cliig Theta Alpha Phi: NlC'l1'S QllIl!'fC'l'lCQ Drtimulic Club: 'Vifilll Duclcf' "Miz Lazarus." H arold -lUll1lSOll Albiulucmue, N. M. Major: liclucation. Minor: History. Y. M. C. A. La Rue Kennedy Albuquerque, N. M.. Major: E1lHllSll. Minor: History. Alpha Clii Onicga. ,l'l'lCllllZl Kirk lll'UNA'llI!0lllf, N. lil. Major: linglisli. Minor: .llis1u1'y. Larry Malone Tulsa. Oklzi. - M:1jo1': Spzinisll. lvlinur: lfnglisli. - ,1ll'IlllSiC'l' Tulsa "U. V. Madge Ingalls Roswell, N. BI. Major: Anthropology. Minor: History. Alpha Clii Omega: XV. A. A.: Dramatic Club 'ZSS '29. Floyd jones Alliuquerque, N. M. Major: Ed-ucation. Minor: Pliilosophy. Ina Evelyn Kimbrough Albuquerque, N. M. Major: English. Minor: Psychology and Music. Alpha Delta Pig Y. W. C. A. Cabinet '29, 'sog Pznilmlleiiic '29, '3O. Forrest Luthey Allmqucrquc, N. M. Major: Civil Engineering. Minor: Education. Transfer K. S. A. C. Llara Mason Roswell. N. M. Major: History. Nliiiurz Englislz. Kappa. Kappa Gammag Y. VV. C. A. Publicity Manager '29, '30g Trans- fer Holmliy College, Los .'xl1g'l?lC'S, Calif. . -M. QQ -I ' U 0 . . nfffff5Q w-qQQQQQQ Fifty-five I 5... , 7 V,.,.,.-ggi., f - L, K,,...,E15,..,.,,, I fl-: A, --4 ---- ,Is 5 a .s -Yggffm-f L iH'S'bt. wi' ky X"Xs..v'-ix fr? W' Q9JVSj ' Cihe 77'lirdqE'QT'i'i'2.f .57 ' --1-1 2 -n' Gino Matteucci Alhuqucrq.nc, N. M. Major: History.- Mmor: Economics. Broda McAllister Portales, N. M. Major: Economics. Minor: Education. Kappa Alpha: Football '29, 'SOL Track. Maxmc McSpaclden Albuquerque, N. M. Major: Art. Minor: English. Beta Sigma Omicron: Dramatic Club '29, '30. btanlcy Miller Bclen, N. M. Major: Political Science. Minor: Economics, Kappa Sigma: Dramatic Club: Lobo '29, '30: M1- rage '29, '30: Transfer "U" of California, Los Angelus. Calif. Dorothy Morrison Roswell. N. M. Major: Business Admin- Pstratiou. Minor: History. Alpha Chi Omega: XV. A. A.: Y., XV. C. A.: Transfer UU' of Recl- lands. Elizabeth Moyer Allmzjiicmmxc. N, M. Major: Spanish. Minor: English. james McGraw Albuqunzrquc, N. M. Major: Electrical Engi- nearing. Sigma Phi Epsilon. Homer Miller Hollywood. Calif. Major: Geology. Minor: English Sigma Chi: The-ta Alpha Phi: Dramatic Club: Bus- iness Manager 1929 Mi- rage. H cctor Moar Los Angeles, Calif. Major: Education. Minor: History. Sigma Chi: Dramatic Club '23, '29: Athletic Council '29, '30: Football: Business Manager Mi- rage '3O. George Morrison Pecos. Texas. Major: Biology. 'hlinorx Physics, Kappa Alpha: Student Council '28, '29: Inter Fraternity Council '29, '3D: Track '28, '30: Fool- ball '29. . ,. P i . . Fifty-six . ' r' ' 5 'Eta f ,Hg - f ,. Ilzl f o,KfSfFf?22?2 l7hC 7'nlI'tlq6 L . ..e.1. .. 1' ' 'i,,,:.1,f' 98 ,EQ ' -Gi-RKN lfrecl Nohl Albuquerque. N. M. Major: Economics. Minor: History. Sigma Chig Dramatic Cluhg Theta Alpha Phig Forum. Ethel Parker Alhuquerquc. N. M. Major: English. llflinor: Education. Homer Phillips Albuquerque, N. M. - M:1jor:Civ1l lingmeexang. Kappa Alpha: Track. Bessie Lewls Rlley Helen, N. M. Major: English. ' Minor: Chi Omega: V.-Pres. YV. A. A. 'ZSQ Pres. XV. A. A. '29, '30. Richard Riley Albuquerque, N. M. Major: Chemistry. Minor: Biology. Sigma Chi 5 Student Council '27, '28: Pres. Junior Class: Track '29Q Football '29, '3O. Louise O'Connor Crown Point. N. M. Major History. Minor Alpha matic Y. W. M :1 rl on Hom e Econom icxs Chi Omegag Drn: Club: VV. A. A.g C. A. '27, 'zs. Perse JxllJl.1l1l.'lC1'LlhlC, N. I lx1i1jQ1'lClV'llE1lglllCCl'lllg. Engineering Society. Marion Rezlle Albhuquerquc, N. M. U Major: Home Economics Minor: English. Alpha I'hig Transfer University uf Montana Monte May Riley Tajiquc, N. M. Major: Chemistry. Minor: Home Economics. Sec. and Treas. Indepen- dent XYomen '29, 'Mig 'l'r:1nsfe1' "U" of C2lllf0l': nia, Los Angeles. Liregorito Romero Magdalena, N. M. Major: Spanish. Minor: French. Circulo Espanol '29, I .4 :H --. I 1 '- , -r ,:4. M.. A... AZ .. . - - 'D , 0" .... . . K M55 fp? N-us Fz'fy-seven . --Ar: ff.: igaffif f . -W :mfg -mo f" : . 09,5-S-,mv-9 Qlhe 77liraqE'QTT.'Q2 5 913 .. ..... Q Marie Rose Bellview. N. M. Major: English. Minor: Ps ehol , y ogy- Tennis Cup '27, 'ZSQ Y. NV. C. A.: Sec. XV. A. A. '79 '30 -f v . lack Shad Bath, Ill. Major: Chemistry. Minor: Geology. Wilsoii Shaver Albuquerque, N. M. Major: Economics. Minor: Political Science. Kappa Sigma: Dramatic Clnh 'ESQ "l.ightnin'g" Pres. Lowell Lit. Soc. '29: Pres. Forum '29: inter- lfraternity Council '28.'29. 'filly Editor-in-Chief Mi- rage 'SOQ Lobo Staff '2S. I ueille Sherwood Dawson, N. NI. Major: lloine Economics. Minor: Art. Chi Omega: XV. A. A.: Y. XV. C. A.: Akiho Club. Mary Simmons l7airvieW.'N. M. Major: History. Minor: Psychology. Joseph Sancloval, Alb'uquei'qnc, N. M. Major: Spanish. Minor: Eilglisli, French. El Cireulo Espanol: Y. M. C. A. fini Seery Belen. N, M. Major:Civi1 Engineering. Kappa Sigma: Football '29: Baseball 'Z9: Basket- ball '2S. '29, 'SIL Trinirlnrl, Colo. Betty Ann Sherman Triniilad. Colo. Major: English. Minor: Anthropology. Phi Mug Spanish Club: Dramatic Club: XV.A.A.g Y.XV.C.A. Fernando Sifuentes San Buena Ventura, Coah, Mexico. Major: Spanish. Minor: French. Jack Simpson Albuquerque. N. NI. Major: History. Minor: English. Phi Delta Theta: Pres. Stray Greeks H303 Forum Hill: Dramatic Club: "Mr, Lazarusf' Debate '3Og Transfer Oregon State Cllllflllf "U" of Colnrarlo. V Fifty-eiglzi 1 4 a- H Q-f,w,'?fa-ymvji nhl? 771 1,l'6lq6 f.f..f.Lf ..: - i.f.:irg'Qf'l 93 -ifikfwa. Royale Smith Jourzlautou. Tvxzis. Major: Euglisli. Minor: History. Beta Sigma Omicrou, 'l'x'anSfcr Texas "U," Earl Stockton Amarillo, Texas. Major: Matllematics. Minor: Physics. Kappa Sigma: Track '28, '29. '30: Grcvnway Field Award '2S: Trzmsfer Tex' as Tech. Helen Stubbs Albucliicrquc. N. M. Major: English. Minor: History. Chi Omega: Y. W. C. A. Annabelle Stuart Roswell. N. M. Major: English. Minor: History, Psychol- ogy. Chi Omega: Sec. S Trcas. VV.A.A. '28. '29: Y.XV.C.A.: Lobo: Drauialic Club: 1'i Gamma Mu. Paul Tliuinas Hillside, N. J. lN'l:1jor:C'ivil linginccring. Kappa Sigma: Sigma Tan: A. A. U. li.: Engi- neering Society: Lobo '28, May Stirrat Albuquerque, N. M. Major: llislury. Minor: English. Haldane Stover Bclen. N. M. Major: Biology. Minor: Spanish. XV. A. A. Cabinet '29 '30: Lobo. Mary Catherine Stubbs Galveston, Texas. Major: Economics. Minor: English. Alpha Phi: Transfer Texas UU." V i rgiuia Ted lord Alb-uquuinuc, N. M. Major: English. Minor: Education. Kappa Alpha Theta: Dra- matic Cflubg "Mr, Laz- arus :" "XVilcl Duck :" Theta Alpha Phi: Trans- fer "U" of Colorado. l l J . Xvllllfllll Thompson xl' San Dicizu, Calif. Major: History. - . Q . M1IlO1'fEllgliSll. ' Q Igappa Sigma: Pres. 'll-uf ' ms Club '2S. ..,. -' -. ,j A ' ' W ag g. -44. Qf' Fifty-nine ,,f' ..f"' " , -iff-,Ei Y ,.2, K U ,,,, ,.,. ' . fh",.,. g73efEy, v-1 -'N N' ix.-J-X.,'e9eAf Ulu: 77lzraqe -....f.l. ..:- F i.,.g:.1-, 5493 .f'Xg1'ics ,I hornc Czwlshzxd, N. M. Major: Psychology. Minor: English. Alfwlm Chi Omegng Y, NV. C. A.: 'Dramatic Club: 'Frnnsfer Agnes Scott College. Jethro Vunght I A,lbuquc1'que, N. M. Major: Economics. Minor: History. Kappa Sigmzig Mirage Staff '3fJg Tntcr-Frzitcrni- ty Council '30. Lzivvrencc Wzllsll Raton. N. M. Major: ECDl1Cll'llCS. Minor: History. Pi Knpim Alpha. .lithcl Wfezwer Linda T1'ziylm' Tucumcari. N. Ai. Major: Home Economics. Minor: Art. Y. VV. C. A. '28, '29, 'JUQ Akiho Club '27, '30g El Circnlu Espanol, Bertha W'zilkcr A,llJnquerq1.1e, N. M. Major: Psychology. Nlinor: English, llonic Ecmmmics. Sec. and Trans. S0lYllU' more Class '29: Trezis. Akiho Club '3llg Sec. :incl Trans. Associated Stu- rlcnts '3U. rlll1011lZlS XV2llSl1 Raton, N. M. Major: Spanisli. Minor: linglish. Pi KZXIJIJH Alpha: Dru- matic Club '28, '29, '303 'Goose Hangs High." 12111165 X'Villson Dexter, Nl. M. . v V 'man "Hills" - Nlinori En li-h 1'-1. Inl peni-ix' Wo- 1' ,' v g 2 ' .. mgf ,30. 'C W ' lf'ootb.ilI zs, zo, Jo. Lemuel VViley G:illup.YN. M. I . Majorzifivil Engineering. Kzippu Sigma. , , ,.V, 2, in . , . Q Q - ' .' 'CW . . . ,Q- 'F-ul ' Sixty u I : - ' I .,,, I - I - I ,.,,.., II X 1 X- ' I ..,, -. , ""' - ""4 ' 9 -V -. , x . H. ... ' A 'V ff" - ,. IIII .,.. I I . -v V . I r .. -5:1-.-.I 1 fvffxr- , A- " 1-I '-iff . ',"' . 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'ff'-1' .-Q:--ff -572734: HM-"- wi"-... ' ' - ""v- - I III.:If.A ,I ' ,4 , .1 -,Wig-ff-,. ' ' . -' E' ........ . ' 'fm ,.... X .. ' ' '. I W" -' - BMT" ' ' , -235,1 , "1 K 'ff'-'-MS" 1 ..g., 'Ng 'vp 'QIN,1f, . "ip 5::.. ':- '4:::"?ii5535i:f'i-" 'W-'iii-il" !. 4 'Q' 'Y .. .. ...,,, . ...... . gg , . 1 f J 525 J' 1 '. Nlfiu' " R ':f"ff:-': :I ' U' ' ' 9 SF. "" "" ' .: , 'I ' I " ..-I- A ' fhletlcs ' CQJEJOZLCLZV 'EHJKJW V 1 "V V'-i -it , ,. - ' '5'?Q Xffyxkbxf? Qhd 7'nl2'aq8 f.Q".',e.1., ,ja .l.f..If JOHNSON BLISS GOCICZL 5-3011113011 Nothing but praise and gratitude is due this undauntable leader of the Lobos. During his nine yearsas head coach at New Mexico, Johnson has always put teams on the field that are feared by opposing aggregations, and respected for their sportsmanship and clean play. Misfortunes seem to have always followed the Lobo mentor but he has never given up in his untiring efforts to bring Southwestern Championships to New Mexico. His football, basketball, and track teams are always in the thick of the fight for the coveted championship. Wie are grateful to this man. Q26gl,7'l"y 'QB 11195 Harry Bliss has served the Varsity well during the past three years as back- field coach. Harry was a star back himself at Ohio State during his football days so he knows many of the finer points of the game. Bliss is the type that gets along with his men and gets the best of their ability out of them. New Mexico has been fortunate indeed to have the assistance afforded by Harry Bliss. ?45.,m2km2,3.k.m q -ri S'i.rty-fam' a a ee-all-'te' f a ,.A.:,. abs-,sly-sf? Uhemzraqe ,y.1E.li sffea,-faxes, lVl'c'FARLAN D B AR N ES G?OCLC!lv CLV1"L GS Coach Barnes came up to the Lobo Camp this fall from Belen High School. Barnes turned out some mighty good teams at Belen, his basketball teams often being serious contenders in the state tournament. Barnes scouted, had charge of intermural sports, had gym classes, and coached Freshman basketball. His basketball team had a very good season as well as uncovering some future Var- sity material. 1 V -,Af KQZICA QilIfZcd?fai1f'!czi1f1,c! jack was graduated from the University last spring but returned this year as a member of the coaching staff, as well as working on his master's degree. This year jack scouted, coached Freshman football, taught military science, and coached the swimming squad. Jack established quite a record for himself while a member of Lobo teams, especially in football. .lack unearthed some promising material among the Freshmen this year. '?..y,.!'.,5. ?fN5f 'Y?i,7io . .e.z.9.a7 Si.rfy-f1'2'c . . .N . -"F -Grieg ii':gAl?'5?'-'z...'-- -71.4 L .L -as 151 fl 'E Q -L w J: flf.cs.af if55jT?'ef.-"'LffL" -251' .. A f?:f - ,T sg - '-'-M -1 'fmt N ff . ffzsfex, ., -- l ., .,,,. .- ---2 - "ff" ,S5EfN19-if qhC 7nlI'llq8 - ,". .i ll .,:-- i ff" 93 g.g1Q4Nfxfx .ml . NM .. ...H..H... .lei H '55 if.. . .. -w,-.J.'.. L r Q L... - 52 I c ffl T1 uc! The sport fans are prone to give all of their praise for a great team to the few select athletes they see on the field of action. They fail to take into con- sideration the fact that there are many men sitting on the side lines of whom they have never seen nor heard but who do an almost invaluable service in making a winning team. It is not the eleven or so best men out for a team that make it a success. Victory is earned through the efforts of every man out for the team, the squad. The whole squad, not just the first team, goes out every night and takes the knocks. Vfith due respect to the lettermen, those men who never have the opportunity to play in a game or see their name in the headlines are the ones who deserve untold praise and admiration. obo Cjloofdczff checfu fe Lobos .... ................. 2 6 Freshmen ...,...... Lobos .... ..... . ... 47 New Mexico Mines. Lobos .... . . . 0 Occidental. .... . . .. Lobos .... ... 20 Institute . ...... ,... Lobos .... . .. 6 Flagstaff Teachers. Lobos .... . .. 47 Montezuma . . . . . . .. Lobos .,.. .. 6 New Mexico Aggies Lobos .... . . 0 Arizona ........... . Lobos.. . .. 7 Lombard. . .. .. OZ?effe'Vl1f1fLe1 1. Bill De Gryse, Wfilbur lfVilson, james Willson. Bob Crist, Robert jenkins. Jack Fish, Al Seery, Mannie Foster, Fred Brown, jake Balzer. George Morrison. Richard Riley, Pete Good, Hee Moar, Reese Cagle, Maurice Lipp. Lucien Rice. Roy Henderson, Red Baer, Bill Howden, Everett Renfro, Leo Puccetti, Charles Hickman, manager. - f- . .'2E':.7" ...ia . X asses. - - 'Liu Siixty-sizr - -' 'ljk Q Q --:11: ' H iii tag. ,J-'fx X xxh lla-Jw.,-4, if ,:,, JJ' ag 'L 'l MA"'f':5-H , 3 .1111 , N151-.g55:a:5 1".-.'1,' 'V 1 - 4-.-,--a i 7j"'.Ag,x-my ,, 1- I , , , ,Ai Allx. . f 1 '----' ipyf 4 ..-2. -it ,QEIV4 ,. D..f?f5fV aff? U ,lf inlqe E ....egg 1.-Q iil,Lgj 1ig,i. 93 , I -NggNm.Nv Wa - .- "LS, -. . .4 . " ' f "i""7 igflftiisri,-i.,-" s '-I L.. i11f1m,1iz. oo?Z7a.! The Freshman rule was put into effect this year, resulting' in a Freshman football team being formed for the first time. The frosh had five games on their schedule, terminating in two wins and three defeats. Victories were chalked up over Menaul and the D. E. B. Apprentices, while they lost to the Lobo Var- sity and dropped two games to the Las Vegas Normal. Several of the frosh showed promise of developing into first class Varsity men. The Freshmen rule got off to a good start with the football team this year. rf' . fx . - . , . fjrres f1f1f1f1,a1'1. OOZLCI-IZ CllCC!1.fl-f e Freshman ..... . . . 6 Lobos .... .... 2 6 Freshman ,... . ... 6 Normal. . . . ,, 9 I"rt-shman. . . .. . 25 Apprentices , , 6 Freshman. . . . U Normal .... .... L 32 - ' 'Lflf'I"l'lC'l'CZ S WZ Colby, Lorentino, Foley, Yeatts, Berkowitz, M. Doty, Controulis, Stover, Senter, Vlfalton, Day, Flinn, Howard, Madera, Du'Boise, Gill. ' " "e- . -5 a is . ..i. .S'i.1'1fy-sewn Q' -HA. 2' .qi Q rg- ' ?: Q: hi- A ' ?'.ffl Cflw 'fl2iraZjE ROliEliT .lENKINS Pocahontas is another one of the boys that finished his football career Thanksgiving Day, Although he was never a regular with the Varsity he always filled in nicely in the line when called upon to do so. jenkins is not the flashy type but is always there fighting. VVTLBUR XNILSON "NN'an1p" came back this year for his last year as a Lobo. Unfortunate incidents kept him out of the Oc- cidental and Institute games but once started it clidn't take him long to impress the fans with his pcr'fm'n1- ances. Vfiamp turned in a whale of a game against Arizona and Lombard. NVe'll sure miss this giant Lobo tackle next fall. BOB CRIST Bob played his last game as a Lobo Tliaulcsgivinfeg Day. Notwithstanding the fact that injuries seemed to be constantly on his trail, Bob was one of the greatest ends ever to don a Lobo uniform. Crist's level head helped pull the Lobos out of many a hole. Crist could always be counted on to put the old 'fight into the boys. His loss will be severely felt next fall. '.,, - iff.-if ff ssi54 'e-frefvao Sixty-eigI1.t , --.' ' 31-19 K5 -QD if -:I X so M e-C4369 W L lr W qw ,.,. 72? -AV'W ','- , - -e ffm ,sfsfxfz-elif C7126 'mzraqe ,q . 1193 K'?'v "m"Y' .I 1 xi Mx' NYILLSON No man on the squad was of more value to the Lobos this year than jimmy NNillson. Wfillson play- ed his last year with the Varsity this fall and made it his best. A great line plunger and wonderful cle- lensive back combined with his great punting made him a real All-Southwestern Fullback. 12-11.1, DIQGRYSE Bill returned to the squad this fall for his fnurtli year of college football. Although handieappecl by a great loss in weight during the past year, DeGryse was the same old tower of strength in the line. Bill is known and respected by every enemy of the Lobo. It will take a mighty good man to fill the hole left by Defiryse. ,IACK FISH The "blond cyclone" turned in another good season at center for the pack this fall. Although one of the smallest men in the line, ,lack is rugged, strong, and a natural born football man. Fish leaves us this year to join the air forces. Lobo fans will miss the "blonde center" next year. ' '. . Qs , 4 L sei -sf-N-fs-Qfsfso -L Si.1'ty-nine -'QCQQ -fg:5?"?.Ee- Qs.--:fr 1, ji f Q5 J ,Q -0265 Sit-ffsffv 'Jef rf t -- Q -ff , slaaii ffefwfvj-B K he nzraqe .-.L f,.,,,gQ :jf' 93 "" Qgf,i,X,m,,.v ,-XI. Sizisrzv Scery played his third year as a Loba last fall. A natural athlete, hard worker, and brainy player Al proved himself 11 great man at end. Al's fighting spirit certainly was evident in every gairc th's year. His work in the Institute, Arizona and Lombard games was outstanding. lVlANNIE Fosrmz Too much cannot be said in favor of this fighting Lobo. Foster turned in his third season at tackle this year and was chosen an All-Southwestern Tackle for the third consecutive year. Aggressive and un- seemingly fast at going down under punts and making the tackle, Foster has established himsell as one ol the outstanding defensive tackles of th: Sautliwest. PETE Coon Displaying the same agility and cat-like moveincnts on the gridiron as on the basketball court Pete did some nice work at hallhack this year, The Lobos had a far greater assortment of halfbacks than usual this year but Good saw his part of action nevertheless. Pete does not carry the ball much but his interference has opened the way for many a Lobo gain. I my viii jifiiigo ..,. Seventy . -fr t'f'r"f'l1? , . fl Q" ti' a gggsiii, 1' ' .mg A? x t, V Q QQE J P l' y N x -f J -jysgf ' .4,..l1 if .'-- '--'4 x A - , - ""' H"1"' .,-,,. , ,1' sig 'K fl-WX sfefxfvefv 571112 'mvzraqe I .... . L 'a.,.:. -. f-5193 ff-Q Qssfefxak- HIECTOR hiOAR Hee hud tough luck last year and had to watch the games from the stands with an injured knee. He re- turned to the squad this year and did some nice work at half and quarter. Hee is the old "pepper box" as well as having a thorough knowledge of the game. One more year ahead of Hee as 21 Lobo. FRED BROWN Even though it was only his second year with the Varsity, "Brownie" was one of the outstanding backs in the southwest. His great all around play was out- standing in every garue. Time and again "Babe" came through with spectaculzir runs and had the crowd on its feet. Two more years ahead of Brown and he's going to he mighty hard to stop. .IAKE BALZER Jake is another member of the squad who was out most of last season with a had knee. Balzer came back this year und saw considerable service at half. Balzer is conscientious and 21 hard worker. He received his let- ter this year as at reward for his services. Barring injur- ies he should work a lot in the Varsity backfield next year. , .,,... L.. lnlb H I . A 2 'i'i 5 , -.fr i-7 9. Seventy-one ,.s.- if ' A . .- fei'ff"?-a??s 1 'H Wggeeissga O-,wiv-ive-? mike 7'nl2'tlq8Q" ..'.' . lg. tra . -fait 'I lallll. PIOXVDEN Howden. a big, powerful boy, made his letter with the pack this year. Bill was used as a reserve line- man. You llO11'lI read so much ahont Bill in the papers but when he was called upon to make a hole it was usually there. Being a tall rangy lad Howden uses his height to a great advantage. One thing about Bill is that he is tough and seldom gets hurt. I.Ue1eN RICE Rice saw his first year of service with New Mex- ieo's Varsity this fall having attended Ohio State for one year and being: forced to stay idle one year due to the transfer rule, Red is a little light but full of light. Rice saw lots of service and learned lots ol football this year. He will be back for another year with the pack next tall. Risesis CAc,:I.1s Reese played his second year with the Lobos this fall. Cagle didn't start every game but played a great part of every contest. Cagle is fast, a hard worker, and always seems to be in tlte right place at the right time. Reese turned in a nice game against Loinbartl Thanksgiving Day, !5i'5i1?'fl'r - gf X' '!i':afT:g', - ' ' 1.5.1 ,-' e'r::.E.:l . . - 1' 0 . . . . Sewzzty-Iwo fjgigf gi-'5i:-4e:l,in- V: L2 Vllk N' fx',,.- lv ,ssyfw-avi? Uhe 'lllzraqe Leg, .ggqfz-QQQQ, -iv 1- '. 11- sas livin: 12'r'r R EN lfno Renfro is another Lobo halfbaek. "Beams" alternated with other men at' half this year. Renfro has great possibilities and if he will manage to stay clear of the barrier afforded by the books, he should develop into one of the best backs on the squad during the next two years. Lobo followers still remember the beautiful runs he made against' the Freshmen to carry olf indi- vidual honors for the afternoon. LEO P u l'ClE'l"l'I Leo came to the Lobos last year from Albuquerque High School as a guard. Although lastand scrappy he was too small for Z1 college lineman. This year he was shifted to halfbuek and seems to have found his place. Pueeetti got the one thing hc needed this year, experi- ence. Leo should go great in a Lobo bzlckfield next fall. Rico limit: Red lettered with the Lobos this year in his first year ol Varsfty competition. Baer is of rather small stature for :1 college lineman but like most other "sor1'el tops" nlakes up with fight his lack in weight. Red is still Z1 eomer and provid ng he has no tough luck should be quite an asset to the squad during the next two years. A ., . Sewzvty-tlzvrce --Jgvfof ws, T,i??'gf"3'i? Q- -'l'1w-Ep, ',.,. ' -Q29 sa Qmsfsfvav Uhr: 'mzraqe L ..'.. silt, ..: W 93 6,X,xk GEORGE AIORRISON Morrison played half for the pack this year and although it was his first year of Varsity football he had a good season. George is lacking in experience which holds him back somewhat. Morrison hits mighty hard and should be a mighty good back after this yeai-'s seasoning. RIAURICE LIPP Maurice returned to school this year, after working hard all summer, with much additional weight. Lipp held down a regular berth at guard for the Lobos this year. His enormous size makes him a mighty hard man to stop when he thinks it urgent that he "go places." Lipp should have profited greatly by the experience he get this year and be a mainstay in the line next fall. ROY HENDERSON Henderson is the boy who didn't come into his own this year until the latter part of the season, A big, powerful boy he seems to have just found his Own strength. After hitting' his stride, Henderson made a real linesman for the Varsity. Henderson can be counted in to hold clown a regular line berth for the Lobos next year. a1i.::a ' ' Q P2-K R Seventy-four -f ,U aw' F 2 f NX Q LF- H 1-., I -QQ Ea -'iahr' f-' ' ,V E' -Wage r W1 -f ' Q road' f ' ,s,.sf-2-1955 Ulu: 'mzraqe 1.5. 193 . -sR.Q-a:.fsfeQ- ,L .. -, , , ,, . ..... .2,.f- L--. ra,-v-,,,Q:,,, - .fi -.5 " lx1C1.I Ann RII.l5Y Riley's football record speaks for itself. XN'e have nothing but praise for Dick. Riley had to sit on the bench last year as a reserve for Fish although he was good enough to be holding down a regular l.ne posi- tion, Dick got his long waited chance this year and he certainly came through in wonderful style. Riley may enter Northwestern medical school next year but we certainly would like to see him back to hold down the center position one more year for the Lobos. C n .fx R Liss ,l--I 1 CK M A N Charlie served as manager of the Lobos during the football season. Hickman was always on the job, never missed a practice, and always had the interest of the Lobos at heart. Charlie guarded well the Lobos and made a first-rate manager. If Chuck uses his looks to an advantage he will be promoting great things in the future. 2? ' ..., 3'-353' i are- . fs Q.. MA Seventy-five 5'f1v4'5t-fr. L Le , , ul, fiflgl 'gf 2 Lei. Q ' "Tiki Z Q l ftxws , ., .. I. 1::1 aku-Yfxkrzxyi She 7nZl'llq6'f'ff"Q'.i.1. .37 in 'i.f..Ta ififi "': Q 1 i -r 3. A I - Q VARSITY 46, FROSI-I 6 The freshmen were becoming somewhat "cocky," so the Varsity was compelled to put them back in their place to the tune of El 26 to 6 drubhiug. YNY: admit, however, that the frosh put il scare into the boys when Wfalton and Flynn blocked Bzxlzer's punt and XValton fell on the ball for a touchdown, giving the irosh a 6 to 0 lead, which they held until the third quar- ter. The Varsity got started at this stage and with Renfro and Wiillson doing nice work in the baekfield and Foster outstanding in the line the Varsity rein up 26 points in short order. LOBOS 47, NENV MEXICO MINES O The Ore Diggers came up from Socorro with hopes of aztnexing at Lobo scalp for the first IIIIIC, but as usual were sorely disappointed. In a game marred by many fumbles and penal- tics the Mnckers were taken into camp by a 47 to 0 score. The Varsity was still somewhat rough in spots but it was evident that a strong combination wus in the making. Brown and W'illso11 were strong on the offense while Crist and Fish shared the honors in the line. ig.. 2-VE W L: . - . 1 1 sf' I :ii Wg "in " - ' ,Q: U 1 V , 1 , - J - ul-I dn .1 -, .,.:F,-is ' , -: fit-:'.:.., ., .. I .. D , S ewnty-si.1: W I I " -' - i-'EV' 'iv -'P' 71" 42' Y-M .1 , - D9-.9-ff-.kbxfg U hd 772 1,2'tlq8 Sff'Q1E,1j tj' do T.f.i 'fifi 93 mfsfsifxfws - 1 A I -' .f ...flu r '4 LOBOS 0, OCCIDENTAL 26 The Lobos of New Mexico journeyed to Los Angeles and met Occidental before at crowd estimated at twenty thousand. New Mexico was handicapped by the huge flood lights and EI wet slippery turf, going down before the Tigers 26 to 0. Unfamiliar conditions resulted in the Lobos failing to catch a single punt and caused them to fumble often, many of which were costly. XVillson and Brown proceeded to show their heels to prospective tacklers again. De Gryse turned in a nice game in the line. LOBOS 20, NENV MEXICO MILITARY INSTITUTE 28 The Varsity traveled down to Roswell to meet the N. M. M. I. Broncos. This was the most colorful game of the season. Enemies of long standing, the Lobos and Broncos always fight to the finish when they meet. The cadets outscored the pack in this game but they lllflllit out-fight them. The contest was Zl thriller from the beginning to the last crack of the timer's gun. Four hundred University backers went down and rooters from both schools hurled cheers and jeers at each other all afternoon. Wfillson and Brown starred for the Lobos as usual. .fr- X . . . .... rs W . ' cw , . . S'cz1fr11t-V-.rczm1z -..e f" r-f-:- F wot 1530? ffl- is - 1- - , , ., e - QQ Q mrs2iwgQfi, -i-'1'A J' 41'- -ers? ' --g Q AA- -M LOBOS 6, LUMBERJACKS 25 New Mexico and Flagstaff met on the gridiron for the third time. Zaner and Armstrong led an attack which completely 'bat' fled the V arsity, there being little doubt: as to the final ont- come after the first few minutes. Had it not been for ,Timmy XVillson's great' punting, the score would have been larger than it was. The Lobos fought as only a Lobo can iight but were just up against a better team. VViIlson's great punting and Brown's all around play were outstanding for New Mexico. LOBOS 47, MQNTEZUMA O Montezuma came down from Las Vegas this year intent on taking the Lobos into camp, but were completely outclassed and went home on the short end of a 47 to 0 score. It was a mean snarling pack of Lobos that took the field that afternoon. Riley's work at center was most satisfying. Dick took advantage of his opportunity and turned in a whale of a game. Foster's line play and Brown's ball lugging were also up to their usual standard. . x . ., , ::- i 5. 'W may -" 5 Q Sczfcnty-ciglzt A gl. ,V-iefjir Uht? 77'll2'tlq6 5. 5.1. tr' 'iaxa fff' fm.'f-mfg, - it 5 ml- mt. L. . .. .. . ... LOBOS O, ARIZONA 6 This was a real football game. Arizona's Wfildcats took the field heavy favorites but found themselves faced with a fighting, tearing band of Lobos ready to fight them to the last inch. The game was played in a snow storm which slowed the men up somewhat but it was a most exciting contest at any rate, Arizona made a touchdown early in the game for the only score of the contest. New Mexico threatened several times only to be held by the Cats. Crist took a pass to the fifteen yard line once but the Lobos lost the ball again. Foster's great de- fensive work made him the outstanding lineman on the field. Every Lobo played a great game, the kind we like to see a Lobo play. LQBOS 6, AGGIES 6 New Mexico went down to Cruces and was held to a 6 to 6 tie. Brown, playing in his home town, turned ill his usual good game. .lfuxnbles cost the Varsity this game. Time and again they were in a position to score but each time a Lobds hand got slippery and New Mex- ico lost the ball. In the closing minutes of the game Puccetti intercepted a pass and carried it to the five yard line but the Lobos fumbled on the next down and lost the ball again. Fos- ter, 'Wilson, and Fish all turned in nice games, ! V . - H O- . . I U l A . -.4 My S ezfcnty-ui-710 - ex.. -any . -Q-.-J.. if-A ii: QLD 1. YZ ff, - . , , F -WL AY 'PQ Q' f 5--.,--te- '. '-z..., v-Y,-f... ,s:L,"f- , '- . . - . ' 1'f"i'1' Lie..-gk v- -gqqn Te-if-,1,.,,f 'ir-f 41' Q'-' ,-1 " ' . 9 ,,,. f LCJIEUS 7, Lf'JMll1XRD 7 Tlianksgiving Day New Mexico showed that same old fighting' spirit and grim determina- tion that has characterized so many Lobo teams and came from behind to tie the champions of the Little Nineteen Conference. New Mexico played a defensive game during the first hall' and let the Galesburg boys have the hall most' of the time, At half time the score was 0 to U, Lombard seemed to have the best of it that half. Lombard made a touchdown and converted for the extra point to give them the lead in the third period. The Lobos came bacl-:, however, in the closing minutes of the game to score fl touchdown and Crist converted tn tie the score at 7 all. This brouglit to a close the best game of the year, with every sfngle Lf-ilzo in there lighting' like I1 mad man. livery Lobo was a star. 5 fJXes111l111e 0' the CCISOII- 'llhe University of New Mexico pigskin warriors 'finished the season with three victories, four defeats, and two ties. Taking' everything into considera- tion this is not a bad record. One loss sustained bythe Lobos was administered them by the Occidental Tigers in a night game, the first ever attempted by a Lobo team, which proved quite a disadvantage. Two games going down in the lost column, the Institute and Arizona games, were close and hard fought all the way and a Lobo victory in either or both of these contests would have been just as logical as the defeats. The Lobos took to the air this year, flying to Los Angeles to meet Occidental. This was the first such trip taken by a team from this section and the second in history. New Mexico met what proved to be the strongest teamthey encountered this year on Tliaiilcsgiviiig Day when they took on Lombard College and finished the season in a blaze of glory, tying the Gales- btirg team 7 to 7. Lobo fans saw some real football this year and will look forward to a better season for the Lobos next year. 4, 3 . fi:.-.:- 7 H ' Efglziy fggasfgef fggajl .-.s .ff f L ,, L , -Eff" 0 es YT3'5i.5fsg.,T1f3. .qmffff - J .A L --Q9 s l E-'PfXf? 7 Cfhe llfaqg .ii.:.. Lf 'i ,., 1 V5 ' ILHSOII S K-!XL'f'O1'1! Lobos. . ..... -'l-2 Freshmen .... 17 Lobos .... . . 26 Sport Shop. . 28 Lobos .... . . 27 Normal ...... 19 Lobos .... . . 25 Cadets ....... 15 Lobos .... . . 40 Cadets ....... 20 Lobos .... . . 19 Lumberjacks. 31 Lobos .... . . 27 Lumberjacks. 19 Lobos .... . . 36 l'Vaylancl ..... 28 Lobos .... .. 40 Lobos .... .. 33 Cadets. ..... Cadets ....... l 9 23 Lobos .... . . 44 N. M. Miners. . . . . ZZ Lobos .... . . 26 Depaul ...... 23 Lobos .... . . 35 Aggies ..... 15 Lobos .... . . 48 Aggies . . . l8 Lobos .... . . 45 Normal ..... 35 Lobos .... . . 32 Arizona ..... Lobos .... . . 26 Arizona ..... 28 Lobos .... .. 49 Texas Miners 26 Lobos .... . . 35 N. M. Miners 26 Lobos. . . . 30 Lumberjacks. 35 Lobos. . . . Lumberjacks. Z0 Total. . . . . . 64-'U Total .... 448 f? fQella1'1'720r1 Alfred Seery, Norman Gross, George Mossman, Fred Brown, Frank Stortz, Wfilbur llfilson, john Reidy, james Seery. Q5-ma Eiglify-min , ,ff .fn " - :isis-X: 4 GP 1 imig ..V- as 4359 .M fe-fer-fe-22 Ulu: 'mzraqe .,','. te. fe m.: 5L'Q ,fffgfi ---" ' afar-saga ,.,, . AP!-l'L?Slllllflll 1?j3CliSL0l 5301! NUMIER.-'XLS Baylor Triplett, lfdwarcl lloty, Harold Gilmour, Thompson Lctton, Max Dielcnbach, Harry Leonard, Frank DuBois. RESUME OF Tl-IE SEASON New Mexico had a Freshman basketball team this year for the first time in its history. Coach Barnes and his Frosh hoopsters had a good season despite the fact that it was the first venture at the sport under the new Freshman ruling. Games were played with Flagstaff Teachers' Freshmen, Institute Colts, Belen Merchants, Santa Fe 'I'hunderbirds, and many of the leading high schools of the state, including Nenaul, and St. Michael's College ot Santa Fe. Several very bright prospects for 'future Lobo Teams were uncovered among members of the Freshman squad. Although the Frosh dropped several of their games the season may be called a successful one because of the fact that the Frosh played 1nany games and got a great deal of experience, from which they should have profited greatly, all of which will make them better basketball men when they report next year as candidates for the Varsity team. ' agp .S 1 f 2:5-2. ag as E'fgl1'ffy.'-f1Il'C8 --v--.gf-'ar . -- :Q fJ'S5i4F4'!? iB'g'.,ii'T:xl fee, .u. 4 -QQ' . T, H s Ieffxkbxfy l7h8 771 ZI'tlq8 ff.le.1, L: 1 .f..i:z g"ff ":,: FRANK STGRTZ l7rank's basket shooting was outstanding. His dead eye under the bucket made him high point man for the season. Stortz gets his diploma this spring. The Lobos enjoyed a most successful season in basketball this year. In in- tercollegiate competition they scored 16 wins, as against 3 losses. They took a one-sided game from the Freshmen and then dropped a close game to the local Sport Shop Five before playing any intercollegiate contests. The Southwestern Championship is in a deadlock between New Mexico and Arizona. If the title be decided in the percentage of games won and lost the Lobos would be undisputed champions. having won 14 games from teams in this section and suffered three losses, whereas Arizona won only 11, while losing three. In New Mexico the Lobos retained a perfect record. The hilltop team also defeated Wfayland and DePaul from without this section. The Lobos opened the season with the Freshmen. These Lobo pups seemed to have forgotten the football game and were out for a Lobo scalp. The Fresh- men succeeded in making a game out of it for a few minutes but the Varsity proved too fast and experienced for them and soon forged ahead. Every man on h , M Eighty-fam' Q . 1 f v Y iv- ., -- wx A,mTJYE?5g.-flag? ff? Q' ' ,i:Li,..f..:1EQ.E A " Uh 7I2zraq5 :ff ,'.': s, 6 , x... XYILBUR XVILSQN "Vl'amp" finished his college basketball Career this year in a blaze of glory. "VVan1p" is big and reliable. His guarding was out- standing in every game this year. the Varsity squad was given a chance to play in an effort to find the most smoothly working combination. Mossman, Seery, and Gross all looked good for the Varsity. New Mexico met their old rivals, the Sport Shop, composed of many for- mer Lobos, in the second game of the season. It was a close, hard fought eon- test all the way but the "old menu made the last basket. so won. The Lobos still showed a few rough spots but certainly looked like the makings of a cham- pionship team. The Lobos went on the road between semesters and opened the intercol- legiate season officially with the New Mexico Normal Tigers at Las X"egas. The Tigers gave that same olcl stubborn opposition and as the closing minutes drew on were holding a slight lead, but it was here that the Hilltoppers began a scoring spree and when the final whistle blew New Mexico was leading 27 to 19. li' ,L , . . ..:. i:.:1 'v.. 5 ' Eiglzfy-five 3 -.cf , fn ' - e -Lf '?: Q" 1 ii T Fififlf- ..-.,.,,, . . K f ,-,-r5.':.s-A .L : - .Ar ,,.,.: 1' f .sv-saw-ez C7 P13771 zraqe . J. .1 - 93 g6,gg,g. Ui N--. xx 1 Ryu JOHN REIDY "Doe" made his letter this year at guard. He is fast and handles the ball mighty well. "Doc" grad- uates from New Mexico this year. Wie hope he has as much luck with his patients in the future as he had on the basketball court. The pack traveled down to Roswell to avenge the football defeat given them by the Cadets last fall and how they did chew the Soldiers up. Gross, Seery. and Brown led an offense that found little trouble in penetrating the Cadet de- fense. The Lobos led from the start and the Cadets found themselves on the short end of a 25 to 15 score at the end. The two teams resumed hostilities the next night but the Soldiers were even more helpless before the Lobo attack than they had been the night before. Good, Seery, Brown and Gross all went on a scoring spree. The Cadets found an almost impenetrable Lobo defense and in the last half were able to counter with only one field goal. At the end the score was 40 to 20. Gross, lanky Lobo center, received a twisted knee in the game which forced him to stay out of the game for over a month. The Pack played host to the Northern Arizona Lumberjaeks, dividing a two-game series with the Flagstaff boys. New Mexico, playing their first game without the services of Gross, fought hard but showed the effects of the loss , . T Q 'CN . . . -. 14-8- Eighty-si.r A fe--'i f. V X F l' Q5 - 'Li ki" 'i-.fi'-ggjwfja 'QQ .a,-'ve-fav Uhr: 'mirage ..,. tl. merge-, N193 find '4A- " -6.Qef-fa AL SEERY Scery is the best basketball man in the Southwest. He can be used at either guard, center, or forward and stars at any of them, -1 of their center, and the Ltnnberjacks led all the way to win 31 to 19 in a game in which there was never much doubt as to what the final outcome would be. New Mexico came back strong the next night and led by Seery, Mossman, and XN'ilson, turned the tables on the Northern Arizonas to the tune of a 27 to 19 score. The Lobos showed a complete reversal of form and led from the start. The Hilltop Pack engaged the Wfayland Teacher's College in a mid-week game and showed superiority in all phases of the game. After chalking up a good lead in the first half the Lobos started taking it a little too easy and had a scare when the Teachers rallied and overcame their lead. The lead was only a momentary one however for that Lobo scoring machine started functioning again, the Lobos winning 36 to 28. The Cadets spent Friday and Saturday in Albuquerque in an effort to Win their first basketball game from the Lobos in two years, but were sent home sadly disappointed after dropping two more games to the Hilltop, by scores of 40 to 19 and 33 to 23. The first game was the Varsity's from the first whistle. The Cadets came back a bit stronger the second night and made it interesting for the Lobos for the greater part of the first half, but in the closing minutes of Eiglziy-scffcn . , c, L, .-1-qfal'-?+:7'T'3'if: 'Q' ..,:ff?f1f1,-,1 1 r A 4 Q- ,,-, ,. ,1 ,,,,1 E, ' -1 Eff ?f'2',53,. --f the fsfs-Vey The 'mzraqe 5131.154 s 4 ff' X V : FRED B litjllf N "Brownie's" floor work. dead eye for the basket, and knowledge of the game made him one of the most dangerous forwards in this section. "Babe" will be back with the Lobos next year, the period Stortz was sent into the game and proved a real "hot shot," resulting in New Mexico gaining a lead which they never relinquished. The Lobos journeyed down to Socorro and continued their victorious march at the expense of the New Mexico Miners. Brown had a good eye for the bas- ket and the Lobos found the opposition no stronger than that usually afforded by the Muckers. The game with DePaul proved to be one of the best of the year. The Chi- cago boys came here fresh from a 29 to 18 victory over the Arizona XNf'ildcats. Del'aul immediately found themselves confronted by a stubborn pack of Lobos and after Deljaul had gained a slight lead "B-abel' Brown found a dead eye for the basket, after which the battle developed into a nip and tuck affair. 1-lalf time found the Lobos holding a small lead. The battle continued to rage in the second half just as it had done in the first with New Mexico having a slight edge, resulting in a well deserved 26 to 25 victory. Fred Brown with 15 points was high point man for the evening. .,.. .... . . . .... . , Eiglzty-eight ,st - A' . i 499 ypfv-w-rs,-eye? Q7he'mzraqe 5j'.1s.ei ..: fr i.f.: 5Q'i' , -'Q' NORMAN GROSS Iixtraorclinary height, a dead cyc for the basket, and a love for the game make Gross one of the best centers in the Southwest. jerry I-lines brought his Aggie team up for a series with the Varsity. The Lobos far outclassed the Aggie team, winning two lopsided games by scores of 35 to 15 and 48 to 18, thereby increasing their superiority over the Aggeis on the basketball court to one of six years standing. The Normal came down for a return game with the Varsity. Coach john- son told his men to take it as easy as possible, but they took it too easy, failed to get started, and found themselves on the short end of a 16 to 9 score at half time. The Lobos came back strong, however, in the last half and led by Stortrc, who scored 26 points. forged ahead to win by a 45 to 35 score. The Arizona series was one of the best ever seen in Albuquerque. The Car- lisle gym was packed by the time for the game on the first night. Coach john- son kept three of his regulars on the bench at the start. The crowd was on its feet from the start of the game between two of the Southwest's most bitter ene- mies. The score changed from one side to the other and at the half New Mex- -:fax-.-:.:,f.'f ... .,,.. . . - - . . - if , A . . . R buh " Eiglzfy-nine 1 T .,,.-- .. --- i a i t s -- sffxa-E225 Cfhe 'mirage 5Q'1".li 1? 93 6,x,6g GEQRGE MOSSMAN "Chindy" was a regular guard this year and did some mighty nice work. Mossman will be back next year to be a mainstay in the Lobo defense. ico held a small lead. The second half was as big a thriller as the first, the fight growing more bitter all the time. Towards the close of the game, when the yells of the crowd made it almost impossible to hear the shrill of the referee's whistle, New Mexico was holding a 30 to 28 lead when Brown sank a long shot to make the score 32 to 28 as the game. After resting a day the two teams came back the next night for the second game of the series. New Mexico ran up an 8 to 2 lead at the beginning of the game but it soon developed into the see-saw affair as the night before. At the half Arizona was holding a two-point lead. The game continued to be a thriller and with only seconds remaining Stortz dribbled through to sink one and tie the score at 26 all. Arizona retaliated with a field goal to give them the lead of 28 to Z6 as the game ended. The Texas Miners came up from El Paso and were swamped by a 49 to 26 .,,, :.'fZQT'-" fin q N-in cty . we mf? '-V. ? r N..- zfhierfl 2 saggy - qg,,'?,'y-wifi? Clhe7l21raqe'g'QL' .'.is .LQ ..:e- i..rr:Qf' 93 "1' ffff 'jf' JAMES SEERY "Jimmie" made his letter this year. Secry plays forward and does some mighty nice work thcrc. 'Qlimmiew will be back next year to help form a nucleus for another championship team. score. Gross returned to the game for the first time since he had twisted his knee and sank 10 field goals tobcarry off high point honors. The Lobos met the New Mexico Miners in a return game and turned them back by a score of 35 to 29 in a game marked by many fouls. Th Lobos traveled over to Flagstaff to close the season with a series with the Lumberjacks. The Pack was out for a double win which would have given them an undisputed claim to the Southwestern Championship. The Hilltoppers piled up a lead in the first half but Flaost iff led l X H . . gba , Jy 1- llen, came back in the second half to overcome N N-I " ' ' ' f " Th . 1 x mb' it and figliting as only a Lobo can fi0'ht downed th Ax 7 ' ' " D e xemen 3- to 20 to bimg a most successful season to a close. ew l emco s lead and win by a 35 to 30 score. e Lobos came back stronger than ever the ne t 'Ol A -V: , .is ?f":i:'.Qi sw Nzhzffgf-0119 e A .l 53 ,. '---- 1 3? 55. :- 5 - s.,vs2-2-msfvf Uhr: 'Wlzraqe L ..',. fl. .fe ff 1 NW . U R EEVE MOA R STI NNET JOHNSON l,'Ol'l'ljOY TIREMAN X ' G7 ' .4 ffl efzc -A oulzcz PRUFESSOR L. S, TIREMAN. ....,........... ..... C llillflllilll Fixcurxrv lXl'12nIsERs LESLIE JAUNCFY ........................................ 'l1l'L'C1S111'L'I' R. XV. 101-INSON ..........,.....,............... Executive Sccrctary TOM L. POPICIOY ..................,............. Graduate Manzlgcr FRANK D. REEVE S'rUmzN'r NIEMBIERS RUFUS STINNIET T. H ECTOR MOAR :XLU MN Us ME M BER JOHN SCRUGGS The Athletic Council has been in existence ever since the University ot New Mexico has entered teams into inter-collegiate competition. It is the body which controls the general policy ol inter-collegiate athletics, subject to the approval of the President and the Board of Regents. It approves the athletic schedules made by the director of athletics and also approves the recommendations of the director for the awarding of letters and 11L11'1l61'Zll5. The Athletic Council is represented in the Rocky Mountain Conference of which the University is a junior Member. In accordance with the modern tendency of placing athletic actyities under faculty supervision, the Athletic Council is composed of three members of the stu- dent body, one alumnus and five members oi the faculty. This gives the faculty a majority of members on the Council. The body meets the first 'lhursday of each month and whenever there may be need, the Chairman may call a special meeting. , ff ' .,Q, . .- N inety-two X f, 7f'CLC!C Q ,l. '11 " J r l'!? --... Ivsfxzbxfv Uhe 7'n1,l'tlq6 t ..,.f.1f. ..:1- 'Ts Tngi zfif' .ifi.4g5ufQ4x2,,, Oliver Leone Gifted with natural cndnr- ance and zt hard worker, Leone is doing 501116 nice work for the pack this year in the distance races. Lem1u's best ract- is the mile. 1-Ie will pick up sevvrztl lniuints lui' New Mcxiczr this year. Bob Pettit Boll is it wonder :tt con- serving his strength for I1 last winning drive. Pettit has developed wonderfully since joining the Lobos :ind may now be numbered :nnong the greatest of all time Lobo middle distance men. Earl Stockton Strip is one of the best all around track athletes the Lobos have ever had in their camp, Stockton competes in the shot, discus, high jump, broad jump, javelin and hurdles and does them all mighty well. His best events :irc thc discus and thc high jump. Jimmy Wfebb NVcbb hasn't placed lower than second in a hurdle race for the past two years. XVcbb is capable of runniii the high sticks under record time consistently. Webb will no doubt have the Soutlmcstcrn record tucked away by the end of the yt-:u'. Lilburn .l'lO1ll2J.11 Only a Sophomore, but evvn now the best distance man in the Southwest, that is Human's achievement. Lobo track followers are looking tn Homan to lead New Mox- ico to victory in the distance runs against Arizona this year. Richard Riley Dick has shown marhketl improvenients in the sprxnts this year and is now feared by every dash man in the Southwest. Riley is the best dash man the Varsity has had in several years. Dick should scare heavily against Arizona this year. aye-,B-5-. 53155-If q F , -it 55: xiii-gf-go N-incty-four at 57 Ulf" me - -gf' U . ., ' , T Qy'e,?ief?71Qf qhe n2lI'llQ'6 . ..i.1. ti 'P li-S...-':tiT,,--LU193 , M" sf4g,- Reese Cagle Eagle. New Mexico's crack quarter miler is making some mighty good time in that race this year. This is only Cagle's second year with the Pack and before he leaves school Reese will he dofng the 4-l0 rroiznd record time, Frank Stortz Frank has always been a winner for the Lobos. An exceptionally good pole vaulter, Stortz can be count- ed on to win consistently in that event. He also com- petes in the hurdles, high iinrnp. hroad jump and jave- in. Leon Ulrich Ulrich has worked hard since he has been with the Varsity and now as a re- ward for his labors is capa- hle of running' a mighty pretty 440. Leon is also one ofthe king pins in the relay tc-am., I'le1 his ff Carl Henderson iderson is nun' serving urth rear of track with 1 , . . the Lobos. Carl specializes at throwing the javelin. Henderson may hringz the Sonthwestern javelin record hack to the Lohos this year. Ted Bonner Ted can run the half, mile and two mile, His best race, however. is the half mile. Ted has an easy, natural stride and is still improv- ing. He will gather many points for thc4V:u'sity dur- ing his remannng two years in School. Coach Johnson It is a very rare thing if Coach doesn't turn out a good track team and his team this year is no excep- tion. Johnson has develop- ed many track stars for New Mexico. Johnson and his Lobos will he favorites to take the lNildcats for tlze second time in as many years when they meet the Cats in Tucson this year. 8 555 N incty-fizle may Q -:Q .,, T-M :-,-1 s-,ef-lsenj' Uhc 'mirage 1.2.5 .51 its Cjiulv A711le1'eo!!egit1le fyiijeel Lobos 86, N. N. M. l.. 32, New Mexico Mines 9, Normal -l The Lobos won the state intercollegiate meet hands down. Individual per- formances for the day, however, went to Mudgett of the Mines and Foley of the lnstitute. Mudgett won the high jump with a leap of 6 ft. SM in., bettering the Southwestern mark by l and peg in. Foley bettered the Southwestern broad jump of 23 lt. 1Oyj in. He also won the shot. Stortz of the Lobos was high point man with firsts in the pole vault, and both hurdle races. SUMMARY Shot put: A. Foley, CU-40 ft. My in.: R. Henderson CLJ SS lt. 4M in.g M, Foster ILJ 38 lt. 221 in. Mile run: Homan CLD: Leone tLQl, Collins CD. time 4 ni. 50 sec. Pole vault: Stortz tL,l 11 ft. 6 in.: tied for second: Curtis QNJ and Caples ill, 11 feet. 100-yard dash: McCommis CID, Riley CLD, Turner tlj, time 10.1 sec. 120-yard high hurdles: Stortz tL1, Ytfebb 41.1, V. Ryan QMJ, time 15.8 sec. 440-yard dash: Cagle CLD, Pettit tLl. Hill Ill, time 53.5 see. Discus: Stockton QLD 123 ft. 9M in.: R. Henderson CLD 114 ft. 8 in.: Foley LID 112 lt. 1 ni. lligh jump: Mudgett CMil 6 ft, SM in.g tied for second: Stockton QLD and Curtis QNJ 5 13115 in. LZ20-yard dash: McConnnis CID, Riley CLD, Turner KD, time 22.2 sec. Broad jump: Foley CD 23 ft. IOM1 in.: Mcffommis KD ZZ ft. 4M in.g Stockton 11.1 21 fl. GVQ in. 220-yard low hurdles: Stortz 11.1, lYebb t'Ll. Uunnaway KLH, time 25.6 sec. Javelin: C. 1-lenderson tLl 159 ft. 4 in.: P. Ryan CMD 156 tt. SZ in.g Stockton CLJ 151 ft. 'YM in. Two-mile run: Homan CLF, Leone ILE, Vtiylder tlj, time ll min. 3 sec. llalt'-mile run: Pettit QLD, Bonner KLJ, Moore Ill, time 2 min. 4.8 see. Mile relay: Wien by Lobos: Parsons, Ulrich, Homan, and Cagleg time 3 min, 46 sec. ,-5, ,. l , f ' 1 r-xEs27!7Of,Tfl'CS!Ll7'lCl1l Vvlleef Lobos 92, Freshmen 55 In the opening meet of the year the Varsity had little trouble in winning from the Freslnnen in a dual meet. Dick Riley tied the school record in the 100 yd. dash when he ran the century in 10 1-5 seconds. Strip Stockton set a new school record for the high jump when he leaped 6 ft. 6-10 in, to win the event. Stortz or Homan did not compete in this meet or the score would have been even more one sided than it was. f 'U ffj!ill01iS 6AJX.!.'!lly.S Bob Pettit was entered in the 1000 yd. of the Illinois Relays this year and turned in a most satisfying performance. Twenty-nine men were entered in the race and Bob drew starting' position number 29, resulting in his losing at least two seconds at the start. Even under these handicaps Bob finished sixth in the remarkable time ot 2 minutes, 22 seconds. - on . " rizoncz - eel' New Mexico and Arizona will meet in their annual dual meet at Tucson this year. A close meet is expected as always with the Lobos slight lavorites to annex their second track victory over the Cats in as many years. , . . . . 'Hit' ' CY' . . . . . . ffae7s:kks,EX m ..,., lviillffjl-Sl.l,' QW minor cj 550165 A fd ' 5?-"Tw ay , , 2rf'e31i?gQ-.ee gf i iii i l'?5iT?3:gm-- -as gm' 'r'-"f""". 1-1 - J, .,.,,.,, "" - 'Y -'K Iefefxfifv ffl he 77? zraqe ., s s- .1 : ' 93 gK4g,g,N 1 Lf' Hlllllllllllg Swimming was inaugurated at New Mexico this year as a part of the Yar- sity's program of installing more competitive sports. It is the purpose of the University to have as many different sports as possible so as to give every one an opportunity to engage in their favorite phase of athletics. A swimming meet was scheduled with the New Mexico Military Institute and the call for swim- ming candidates issued. The turnout was most encouraging. Coach Mclfarland was placed in charge of the squad and an extensive training program started. The Institute won the meet by a score of 53 to S. The Cadets took all first and second places and one third to score their 58 points. For the Lobos, Lipp took third in the 440 yard dash: Dieienbach, third in the breast stroke: Yann, third in the 50 yard dashg ti-ilmour, third in the back stroke, and the relay team, composed of Diefenbach. Foster, Gilmour, and Yann, gathered four points, giv- ing the Lobos a total of 8. The results were not so disheartening, however. when it is taken into consideration that the Institute has an indoor pool of their own and had been practicing for eight weeks, while the Lobos were forced to use the Y. M. C. A. pool and had only had two weeks in which to practice for the meet. Swimming will no doubt improve greatly and become one of the leading minor sports at the Varsity. ff2've-fezezvm-Qi. ea? - .ia- .Vf11c'f.v-viglll' W Y S -17 .--1 T .TL .-f L?"l' WCQF: QL A :?TiifT' :51i.Q-"7XE. .. ees ..-if f '- ' - esylf, L. ssisfffrfs.--4 r Q9 fa A"M Y. Mafef,fse, fjssiff-.5514 s"safQ:g,s,sf,ffs1! We f-4 - - 'A"7 L ", . 1 -- A.:41L hw-we-fe? X he 'mirage f-... e. F 93 , -Ka.-fa.-facg ff . C PDONIHQ A boxing meet was scheduled with the lnstitute and the boxers traveled down to Roswell to meet the Soldiers. Coach Barnes had charge of the mit slingers from New Mexico. Men making the trip to Roswell were Nuanes, 125 pounds: Rice, 138 pounds: -lim Seery. 148 pounds: Howden, 158 pounds. and Mannie Foster. 176 pounds. -lim Seery was the only Lobo to win his bout, he administering a decisive defeat to Mcfommis. The decisions in the Rice and Nuanes bouts were very close. Considerable boxing talent was unearthed among Lobo ranks this year. Boxing will have its place in New Mexico's minor sports in the future. ,,. . . TTIOIIHIS Tennis prospects are unusually bright this spring. Professor Jauncey has been placed in charge of the tennis squad. -launcey has considerable knowledge of the sport, having played at Harvard, and in Australia. Included among the men expected to represent New Mexico on the court this year are Reidy, Stamm, Thompson, Arnot, and others. The usual meet with Arizona will be held this year in Tucson. Meets with New Mexico Colleges also will be scheduled. if rl 1, Carlisle Gymnasium has been used to a most beneficial advantage this year for indoor winter sports. Up to date equipment has been installed resulting in the development of several talented gymnastic performers. The gym also af- fords Lobo track men an opportunity to begin training while the weather is too severe for out-door work. A .ivi1IL'fj'-llfllt' oi W - if SFT 4' f ' 4? 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A ' 1",'1i'-'-f-'E 11 .-: W., Ollc l11r11d1'ccz'f1'vc A . "11Af 1 ' ' 1 -' "'?:,,.,f: J ' 8' ffvw-vxff Clhe 'mzraqe - ....f.l. t -a.,.:t ,, 'Wr- This year the E1'i11-go-B1'a11 boys with 21 great zulvmltzlgc of weight and organiza- tion gave the A. and S. boys their first bath in three years. , 3 ' " One Il1HlfI1I'8ll' six -1 , T .-- E sz Wi 4 ,,,,,-. ,Nf if Q- -QNX 3'j31.-5 1. 35,13 , , M, ,N , ig, ,, .1fQ11 --,4 MN 4995 If . okxfxfxfbxgg Lf "" ALZ' t lxlf4'5i4Q7w"s' 'Q i 2 V , v LW, W Y . ' The Engineer issue of the Lobo almost crmmelled the .Xrts College Sissics to let the Engineers Wm to make things equal. wwf K , FS' aj.i'.p'..f-.J-I K 23" One 1lII11dl'C'C1 seven , , e . .,.. A N. 439 N xfymfxfwefv Uhe 'Whraqe , 'a.t,rt 5Qi' JF 1 l 1 ' . Z . "" ml 'I 2" wa. -gf ' "U U 5, ' A l - . j jf-N 1 ' ll iii , " 'Q E ' .Q ' Eff' . ' M '-ll if,-L34 39412135 l ,P , .l AV'- i , . '-eff'-W This page We have devoted to the people who make football worth while to the team, the fans. Never before has the team received such Whol -l ' ' ' e 1e.11 ted support from students and towns-folk. And the boys fought lmarder on that account. 1?,7'?p52q' X Mgifj ZSf'S-'dgf' .,.,.. One hundred eigllt I Rixixs' ' ow- AM-W-, 11 ,P -7' me QE gr- -N fi e , -Q49 ,,,. A. , ELT?-f -e m g 22-vez-mek? mile 771 lraqe QjQ'j.+.L. F 93 -K-Tdxff-5-ge , Ii Unusual interest was shown this year in the i homecoming' festivities. T he sororities and fraternities welcomed their alumni with dec- orntecl houses, zi big pre-game pzmmcle and eli- nmxecl it with :1 big dance in the evening. Come again Grads. ' v ' . A.v.,. 1 1 'f -iff 5E-1. 01112 hulzdred nine f-:E i,?., -Lai, Q- , -mesa i ..,.A N. Q9 ev ,e :M ESIFISIESYW Ulze7711raqe :..I.f.1l -.:' T , 6636130 This space we have devoted to our feminine Greeks. Sorry we do not have space for ll picture of every one hut there were not enough pages in the hook. Chi Omega got off to ll good start this year with zt new home :md Il . couple of law suits. 4? , i -"' V f .i:, ' One 1l1H'lfl'l'I'lf fm 2 Q: A E f W 2-Xfxfvfi? CTM? 717 lrllqe QQ .".'. 4 .Li .,: fr i.r.gr -:lj 93 , 'A" 1 xffwkxfa- Our men of old New Mexico dress up ou Sunday if not for classes. Kappa Sig boys seem to he only in the process however at the time of our Call. Of course we could not have Rx M 'forgotten Rayon Ray, the Lobo editor or as y T' Simpson of House of David fame. X., ,.....1-r 'V Q ' . ...1. Om' IIIHIIIITIIY rlmfrll , it mms- fgfml t " A' ' f' -' ...,...11 1 ""?1f....i: ' 'Rx obxflw-iv-fav Uhe 'illzraqe PT3 - r U. Y , , f .M l i am, '2' ' ill,- M ' :lf 1 l l l Q s 4 ' I ,T ,,-..,.ig.raf:,:L,:: Lg '- V ff 5 f -Q 1 QI' v1 L n .ia A fildfbfg---, -Q,-..m,. i L ?',Y Nw.- Sophs successfully flefeuclccl their sacks this rear, to force Frosh to retain clinks, but only alter :1 loss of three sacksizuid six pairs of trousers. .x... 1 -' fe ci f-2'.:fr. 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They are very worthy of W l l representing you as sponsors ot this volume which we in turn have devoted to your 5 l l . . ,. most alluring flrania of college life. .lhese l i young larlies have been our sponsors in ere- 55 ating this hook. May the hook he the spoil- i l ' sor of your lives that lie liefore you. 1 ltgmmmmwmmmg 1: ,.rQW5t" yo. . . .7 7 K? 5' iii-.LEEJQ One lI'1t-lllI1l'l'd sixteen eccmfy -3 4 X A N ' -M.,-gf, QQ- -' V f l V ,.,' V. 'inn' Silt'-' f:M7Lv2"A"Lx:" - , , H zu.. ' ' 'J' "7" .:-.ca , . Ab- .- , '. '--5 ,Jr ruvnkanirlavpmffva - ., , ,.-5555 M4- '1f'va:-11a-:pq ' ' -""' ""-""" -.-Wi, ,Z : , af' V, '-.F -..f-J ,.. -.- ggi K 8, ,, tw' E..-L N - ,Wm I Q ...ii V4 . . , f 17 .13 , ' - . v Q., if ka- . 'wg pdl' 1 Y . E, K .. V, ,.. 5.1 1' gin f' .- ,.,...J . .illn- .. . f ij: ln' ....L.C:::.: ' ,',:.!.N.-,:, N 4.5315-' ', 5: -1 '71' ,,.. P: - A, -L I' -:ls . H K: -11.3 55:11 . 3 'LM if 'lavi- rlif - rf' ,L .. ,U .NL . 1. ,-,, ,ij ' . 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II I 2 T' xx V9 IX FXCUIIXFI JOIIN AICFARLANII FRATRES IN LTN'I'VP2RST'l'A'I'E Class of .1930 xVESI.IiY CON NOR NVALLACI: BISBEE 1XflliRLYN DIKX'lI'IS Class of 1931 ROBERT PIARRIS JIMMY XVEIIR PIOMER AIILLER JOHN 'FISH JA MI-:S XVILLSON Class of 1932 JOIIX 'TRIGG R1KI.I'Pf TRIM: CHARLES JOHNS TICDRO Boxxx-:R Class of 1933 PATRICK Ml1.I.IcR CORIJIZR PAULSON RIUIIARII XQKNN R0l!liR'I' PI-:'r'r1'r LIICIEN RICE JAKE BALZER HENRY INOALLS GIEURGE MOSSMAN I'IIiC1'OR RIOAR HIXLL SARGIQNT Lrcri XIANN LUCIUS BARNIQTT IIOWARD H I: FF XI A x FRANK I-QIORIIAN THOMAS DANAIIY JOHN IBIQERS '1'IIO1xI1'sON LE'l"1'0N EDGAR NIl'l'L'HliLI. FUWARU IDOTY Gram: HARRIS ROWRII- BRmg,.3 BAYLOR 'I'RII'l.Ia'rT Q Q Q -Q4 , ' y 1' 0 y .f yy xwuwif O-mr 1IIH1dl'l'l1 f24'011f3'-ciglzt N 1 -mm i ,lf --" :J-2 iesf'ff.?'7ff ' - 'W -"' " 1" 'S -,.v: ,- T,iJ, '1 Q ,V 14,,,Y WX 24 QU- wi,-g,.-'fsf '.-, J + -' ..,:,V: 5 "'- 7 'ff Qpxfvxfbxfv Uhr: 'H'l1.l'clq8 , i.,,r.n -. 9301f 6.i-xiii' H ,, v l ' I i , gp ww! 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CLARK JAY VFHOMPSON REESE CAGLIC NlAURIl'li LIP1' ROBERT KJFFICER JOH N CARTVVRIG I-I'I' XVILRLIR XVILSON DONAI.D MOSES JOHN STOFER CHARLES 1'IOXVARD Cflvjirl :livin 6'?!ltl!7fl'l' III.vhIIlcz1': 1924 FRATRES IN ilr,-XCLTl'.'1'A'1'E X-IEON KIECH lTRA'l'RES IN LlNIVFlRSl'l'A'l'E CCIUXS of 1930 BONNIE KI-:I.I.v BI-:RN lfli S NI' ITII Class of 1931 STANLEY NIILLER GEORGE EOYIJ NVILLIAIII HLllfb'lNFI JETHRO XIAUGHT J. XYTLSON SHAVER I EARL STOQKTON Class of 7932 JOHN OEI-'Ic'ER JAY KOCH PATRICK PECK XVESLEY FOSTER JOSEPH Foss I Class of 1933 JOSEPH GILL JEAN XVALTON CHARLES DIEI-'IfENnAI'II FRANK IQEEVICS CHESTER RUSSELL l3AYlD lXlI'rc1II':I.I. ROBERT PAL Al ER XVILLIAM 'fl'IOM1'SON JACK CLINE LEMUEI. XVYLIIE ROBERT CRIST IYIANNIE l:0S'I'liR XYILLIAAI Nll'HC'JI.S RICHRXRIJ IYIVILNER FRED BROXYN LEXVIS COLBY JOHN CIYNNINOHANI ROBlERT POLSON J. .PIAROLD GILAIOIIR Llil-QOY GIBSON 2? -gjx-5253-i w - AM Ona 111l7IlI'l't'd Hzirfy , -fp T- WW., -.fri . f- gf..-ff' Q 1 + 'iiiif-4w:1'ffLq., 45-Q1-521 "-"' 53-4...:rf.',.4fx li -Q ,N ---- ..,-.,,,, v , ' P -'f -1:: . 11' + 1 ' : V..- , --' M--1 0fXf5f5f?J3f Cihe zraqe ......i.1.., -.S ' 'TN 'i.f....T.:- , 'fS7wfR'xf v n 1 Mitchell, Palmer, NV:1tson, Smith, Judy. Thomas. VV. 'flmnlpson Miller. J. Thompson, Shaver, Cline, J. Secry, Vnugllf. Gross. Huffmc, R. Crist, L. Wylie, M. Foster, Stockton. A. Scary, Foss Cullny, XV. Foster. J. Officer. Boyd. Clark. R. Officer. Lipp - Koch, Cnglu, Peck, Milner, Cartwright, Brown, Gill Flmn, Gibson. D. Moses. Elliot, Clzeunanlt. YYaltm1. A. Baker l'ulsm1, Dicffcnbncll, Gilmour. Stofcr, C. XVylie. Ilownral, J. Baker is . ., lm ,-a . . . . , . 31"-9x1-I-xiii 1 .'Kh F? 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Y 7 Yiwu' 177,c.vn'o .ffyffrluz 6 !I4l1lfl'V 111.vfaIIvrI.' 1920 HFRATRES TN vFACLTL'l'ATlE. A. IDIICFENDORF T.. S. T1RmlAN FRATRES IN UNIVRRSITATR Class of 19311 JOHN TQUSSEI.l, Clflss of 1937 ROBEIQT IXDAMS Rufus CARTER LINDSAY ROOT JOSEPH COLVIN ARM-1115 1X1CDONVI2LL AIARYIX Blszximili M AXXVI-ILL M A LONE Ciass of 1932 IJWIGHT MCGUIRIG HAROLD GORP RUSSELL HOLT IQICHARIJ S1-ANR IJONALD GILL BYRNES RIAY V JAMES Blzzrazxnax Crawl. MOVES Cfass of 1933 FRANK DUBOIS JOHN TROJA DONOVAN SIENTER INOBERT EAR1cRsON DALE GILMORIE INICIIARI7 PERKINS ELMO STOVRR F RED XYOMACK R1 c' 1-I ARD POTT 5 FRANK DONALD BROGA N BOOTH . -f THOMAS TAcsc:AR'r Ocm HVEATTS OT H ER Y EATTS ALDR1-ix' CLORMAN W N..-uf' Om? I1ll1IlI!l'Clf fl1f1'l'y-ffm 4 f VL, -.- V f L? - - vs, Y ,-- Y f A f -iff , ' 2 Q- 1 fw Elf ' v " ' Y-'T'j'f.-'E "' ...Q ,,,..,,1: - . . , , b '-+g uw 'j H T591 A Sr' ' K 3 ,,:g.- 1, 1 EA' . - . 1:5 'J , .Wi . 4 V - 2 '- 1. E I 1 Russell. Colvin, lin-zcmcli. Rum. Mulmu-. Szulcllcr. T. Yxxtvs. f':u'tL'r. Cuff. May Rnirlmcrsull, Mcf,lui1'f-. xx-KJ1'll'l1llI1I'l. Sixwvr, Holt l'I:u'icksml. Pulls, Cilnuwe. DuBois. l"u1'l:ins Moyes, Sauter, Gill, Munro One lzznldrvd flziriy-flzrcc Class nf 1937 EIIIVAIIII Lum: ,.,- , in .Lfxg-"x.. Y , - ,T-3 Hd? ' p 11- ..- I, -,-1:5--' I-ww 'Ti-?Ii 'Y QI- - iw - 43I2f'f?L:E"' ,PB , 'BN ' QQ9 I .4.1, 5 7' , ' H, Im VI I Efrwsfff'67h?'i11zrJ'Jww , I-I 1f ll! q g ....r...,. I., - I ',.y.,.f:Q',j-- , , "" " f fm Xqppu Ip 141 ,- x ,. IL AX RX x 'F ,- fa NN , 4 NH f H I. , H K i M-- X D 1' T 3 X Lg fl '! 4 MIM 1' - f f- -A1 'I '-I I 'l'- .- -" I 1 C AL- ' ' ' ', X " I Y Ll -ji H- h X . ,x. 1- JI I.. I I U 9 I I. ? I wx' H' -j'2z.-'-15?--:c j ' -f x-f: -:- -TI- 4'-,Z,f.:' l K , 4 J , " ' .' 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IQOIIIERTS CURTIS C012 Rox' Axmzusox Pl-2'I'li XVIIIIIIS GIQORIQIA1 N L'TTY C.11tI.Y.Y of 7932 LILI,IIL'Rx HUM.-xx CYQIUSS of 1933 BENNI-:T'r XYIIQGINS JACK H.'XNlIL1't'JN GIQOIIILE BIIAKIQ BRODA McAI.I,Is1'IaII DALE Joxras XX-OOIPLIIEF Blmwx KH N N I-:T I-I M URI' H Y Nouxmx M cLfL'1.Lo Us H I-I,xRoI.II Gown H:KR1,I'IX' BARKIQII ' mg i s x Om' 11 1HICI1l'I'd HIi1'fy-foul' Q ,.,-.1 1' if ' ', :il 55:39 - ... ,.- Y ,Y ,A 1, faq' PW' if Q- ' '1 A 'Tir' -if-f: V- -ASE. ' ll , - ll H N H ll ,Q - U M XX H ww ' ll' l N - ,l H " H U' ffssassar' ,MW ' ' 'sfzfgfslz ' H, - H 11 V ,lv , Ml H H Y , , l. H - , Bw- 7 - u , nw. . T Morrison, Stinncti, Phillips, Jones, Lfllrich McAllister, Long. Devine, Coe. Anderson llmnnn. lhlrlccr. Virlnl. Buren. Guru Rubinsun, Roberts. XYiggins, llruwn iw fm ui! One lzlzuzdrcd tlzirty-fiz'e we .cg asf E. me-,-ef Ag 9:9225-9-.5 57121: zraqef....,.l:, Q rw H -. ' ' e EFF, ' ' . e h , in L9 Q . V3 K , g it e h 'f I Q N in ' R li1DY CONNOR SIIAYICR Y.-UQGIVI' MOR R ISON DEV I X IC RL'SSEl.l. YATIES ALLICX .'xRl.l2Df,lli JN e ' e - C Q fx vzfe-1'j'le"C1fel'11zdly f'O'l.I-T1Cl- CARI. ALLEN ,... .... . .. .....,. ' .......... Prcsichfllt XYESLEY CONNOR. . . . .,...... Vice-President I. XNILSON SHAVER .... ...Sccrn-tary-Trezlsurcr REPRESI1IN'l',"X'l'IVES l'1 IQAPPA 4Xl.P1'IA CMU. Al.l.liN Rrc'nARn Almlflvczl-1 SIGMA Cnr XVESLICY Coxxok JOHN Rmm' KAPPA F-Iczlxm I. XYILSUN S1-IAVIQR JETHRO XVAUGHT SIGMA Put E1's'r1.oN Joux Russian. Tnummx YYATI-IS .IQAPPA EXLPIIA Gliozxma IYIORRISON PA UL Dxzvx N na The I11tCl'f1'EltC1'l1ifV Council was O1'Q'2ll'li7CKl on the U1liX'C1'9itV Crm Jus in tl . c ' " 1 . .V - I 1 . le spring of 1925. The Couucd serves as :L govermng hody tor 111tC1'-tl'Zl.tCl'l'llfy ac- 1'1x'i1.ies. It regulates such matters as rushmg, sponsors a system of mterfmtermty ethics and good Will, amd eoopemtes with the University in regulating iIltC1'f1'2lfCl'I1ity athletics :md sclmlzwsllip. QM ' Om? lzzuzdnrrl Ilzirty-s1'.1' 9 O1f'ofmZ1 e5 -,J.,-'f ' ,a+fi:f?, eff-fzSfQEVfT7hc 7mrd66 9? V7 ffyy ll - fi f'4e.f4q' Q lb Q Q' Q ab I "m fm 1IJ1,fff1H'qIflHWq, 0:, Qs fm 1 l,f,y,f .i JE' ."!I,N ? ' HM V , my v mv " vw- + : wM w nWM -44 -W EIU JJ Q51 . 3,ll,l,:. 1!jI '15 'wh 134A f NNI W 76 EX- H F 31-Q7 .- - -... ,Y Hg. by ..',::. "w.'!':.L C'nfm'.r: Rose and Xvllitlf Dmmi' ll Y B12'r'1'x' A N N S rrlsmm N MARY MCCUNNI-:LL RUTH MANN ICATHICRINIE IWARTTN M mmm '1'1axuzY Rosle X7AlNiIIN -,..- K, l NX, - 5 Q Y 1Vm111c1crl at W'cs1cyzm Collcgc, 1852 Fifty-seven Active Chapters ,:f0TC'L'I'.' Enchzmtrcss Carnation Nalmnul Pzzllllmlwll: "1Xglula" gjllmljvlvl' l11.v.'ulIFd: 1911 Scmoles TN UN1v1ms1'l',x'1'12 c'1fm- of 1930 ' COUL'l'IiR IQATHIQRINIE Nlcllumxs Class nf 7931 BIARY EL1zAB1f'1'n FRENCLI ' ' ' ' Dnamlli L1r1.s'rxm1- Cluxx of ,7 032 K,xTHr:luxE HA xx you J EAN ITA L'1.A1zK .DOROTHY MCCQY PAULTXIC EI!NX':NIiIlS JANE1' CASH cfm of 1933 FRANCIQS Llsxelc BEATRILTE HMS .Rl'TH BRIc:1iI.l2x' Kjr.Am'S CONANT M,-x1zr:,mm' Tnrmvsox .. ggi Qlmmzi 0710 11 mzdrvd llzi1'fy-eiglzf - f- ' f3i1A"Ei7 , - 'g..- 14i57ffJ"'E+x Q ' 1 'X "'7 l ic.QQ1r,5:,,, ,E 512' gf Tf:-45x 25:?ff9x.. 'J-Q., ,- Uhe 7nlfuqe :....r.L, 1.1" 'Tx 1,,,,gj.gg-Q 3- '59 C'I:u'k. Nicholas. Coulter, 51CCUI'I1liCk Fra-nch, Shcrmzm. C'u111':14l, llillllllllllfk. Mcfuunull Mcl,'1.1y. Giistrnp, Liser. Munn, Martin , l':lsx'. VVITUIIIIDSUII. l'un:ml. llzlys. Riurrlfm x'2lll2ll'lflll. Brinkley, 'I'm'ry. 'I'iltswu1'th - U D .,......,, 190 Q D Q I A ! rj Om? lzuzzclrrd f1lffl'f-Q'-711-110 +4--Q f??"'i"'w--' 'ffgfdr' Gg,g ,-.iii-?ffflf5Q,,,x ,EFQTUVTLEJEL v ' --f- ,-.1 . EL 5291-N-kwijgix Ulu: 7nlI'6lq6 5lQfQf.Lf ..:- :fx T. 1' f J f f ' 1 Xullvpcz K Xullvlbcz 9411111 I Q5 I, ny, my "gk NX il! 2 f u 1 KW Il I I M 3 lff fl 1774! 1' , ,X 1 SS f u 9 1 ' H -Li, .a ,J 45,0 ',, My f -I- ieq. gk ,f L21vM1i f+--' '?' 1 4 N M' , l,,.,', Y KK'-. A W 1 l' f V 7 ff, ff' , ?f'fil,f X' f 1 W, . n,,"!f Avdlt n "t , f f , K I Q X . 1 ff- SLM if A Culurx: Light and Dark Blu M.-xln' Glmcla CULYIN IX'I,xucm1z1c'1' Cox A'1ARGARI2T SHORTLH LQYRIENA Flilililili Rravls BA11,v Bl-ISSIE BELL BARBARA ELI.liIl BLILDRIEII BOTTS H1s'rTx' A NN Cox 170111111611 at 31IOl1l11HLllI'l College, 1870 Sixty-tlurcc Active Cllapters C l"lrm.u'r': l"lcur-dc-Ii JVcztir1lml l'ub!icuIim1.' "The Key" , 5 , fcjtlllllllll gljvlu 67!lLI!7ll'l' f11.s'fulla'd: 1918 Smzuus IN UN1v12us1'rA'1'1a CIIISS of 1930 AIARIAN ITILLER AIABEL 1'1ARllING Am5LIN1i LAxx'sox Class of 1937 HLTLDIX I-Ioxms C'la.vs of 1932 Bl5'l"l'Y Kuna ,TUQIQLYN Kucfu AIILIIRED Momma ' - 1 1 Clcrsx of 79:9 BLANCH li 'l'mcs1: A LIC12 S IIURTIJA: ! ,I Axwr RIATTIII- xx s Pxscscsx' Rmrron W INIFREI1 STA M M Chun IXIASUX S XIARY HEI.:-:x Muli Num 1 Iiurru Owxcxs IXJIELLIE QNLARK Dorus BROOKS AIARY x1l'UUN.XIIII .I 4 V1 4., S219 OW Izznzdrcd forty Q- 7 , . gf5if"7'cAi J,-,,1gy,..v' ,gf 5,-1 4- N --- 7 ?'7ffI'fg?i-7afaqT2,Y + 22+-7 I....r,l.. LQ' T Y:.'f..,ffm.C-.'fff"1 , ' A , if Ilawsou, Hzmiimz. Rector, Judy, Stnmm M. Cox. Ellcr. Colvin. Slmrtle, Hobbs Musm1,Fcr1'ee. McKnight. Clark, Koch Moore. lluilcy, Bell, Eller, Lusk Brooks, Cox, Bntts, Trigg, Slmrtlr- , - A .M 'y 1 ...... . . Vfvx-f?2?'kfk9XgN ,SKXQJJQAO Ah ' Om' l1I1Il!I'l'f'!f fnrfy-0110 f-?21-E52 ' mg, 1 1 ,. T7-ffm? fi-sfifi' iT .-A- 1- 5. -- A 5" "Ei-?"s'-,-xi Q ' 1 i QA-,s,S,-yay Qzhe 771 zmqe f1'i"Q1e.1,1 93 6fxfN0X MII. 11105141 f . MU f o iff: , Colorx: Scarlet :mtl Olive l'fr.o1e1cNc1c CRIL15 RUTH I.AT 111:01- I1-155115 MCG11.1.x'1xRY IJOROTHY NIORRISON I.oLr1sia Ifliflflill JEAN McG11.1,v,x1zY Joslsi-1-rim: WlLLI1xx1s M ART HA B A1z'r1aLL 'FHELMA AM'1:1.ia W ?. ':: , lioundcd at DePauw University, 1885 Fifty-three Active Chapters C jreen JV11li111111l fjllI7Ilif'l!ll.!Il1.' "LyrQ" .qqbvlm ripilzll G7!HlI7lL'l' l11.v1'f1lIvd: 1918 Suuoizs IN UN1'v121as1'rATE Clrms of 1930 TRUTH Low: jmxxn CA1i11'1s14:1.1. C'I11s.x' of 1931. AGNES 'IQIIORNE M .-mm: INc:1x1.Ls V1o1.1x C1.1x1zK LAIQUE IQIENNEIIY CYKISS of 1932 I311mm'1'1-rv Si-:r.L1c1zs Class of 1933 L:A'I'I'IERINl2 Cu1Ln1-:Rs SALLY KNm'Ts lI1a1,1-:N A'I,uuc1. B1z'r'rv Blarcsox 4.1 ' 1 iw .1 1,755.2 Ona l11111d1'0rl f01'i'31-Iwo ,NM I l7l014'1'1'.' Rccl L':11'uatii111 EI.1zA1a1a'1'1f G1z14:M'12s C21.,xm's A-lcC1x11'rux' INIARY CHTLDIQRS Ii KI mm l.1aic B141x1"1-ox l.o111slc CYCUNNOR NlILDRED Sco'r'r .LXLDA Ronralrrs LL1cI1.1.lc Colflfrzv M AYNOR F AY M Cb 1215 M 1 N NIE BEA CIrA111a1.1. Q. 51 Yi!'EfA-f ll . Qlhe lZ'tlq6 5 ,.A'. legf LL ' 93 5Q?6x?w.'j'w?kh 1 , 1, - g jig" H Mm. 1' 1' ll ll lf" ' ' "M, im: ll " "M ' l' 1 If ,U ll 1 ' ll ' ,, . H W H Y ww, G Nz i . ' 5 Czunplacll. Ingalls. Crilc. Lntllrnp. l"l:u'li. Love XVilc-y, NlCCIll'Tl1y, Brcltlun, Kcnnefly, C'l1ilrl61'f4, Morrison KYCOIIIIOT. Sellers. Greaves. Mcflillvnry. Semi, McGillv:uAy Rullurls, MCCSS. Mznrlcl. Cllzlppel, BCL-sun. 'l'lm1'nc Fllilclc-rs, Txmlcer, lixnrtcll, Amlmlc. liuotis. Coffey , ,A255'f1N, . . ,. .,.. ':'5f3fii, " VW! s-190 ,. ,i-,.- ' W . - . . Y I-f 'I ....., , . QQ5 6ZKQ-Q79 lt-in I Om? 1111111111117 forly-fllrcv Vgzgr IV, i31:25r'-1251 r QI, 'QQ-TWEQL Q-1 ,,,.-. -,Y 4 Q29 L Qfvffvv-vxf Qlhe 'nnwqe 1 .gqjpfzu Qbfilu "jf KT ' .I ai xp Q X'-'X L ' J I 'fin F4 III . fgf ' 'x 'ifiwfg IV! ' jfigfag - X , - W fya? 4' NN, I 4539, If, , I ei. 6Zf?'? 7,Zv, J L I fhjla .gg-I lj f .I 1' - - p ,I , L V 'Z-1 I WI, ,yan gp I I'-..:....r.,. Il' X h 'q x ' " TCI ' . , I I , ,.IvI,r,, '1- L. 'Im NIJ I - Q , gymjrmn, 'MIKE XYFHL A '- - ,, V W Y, I. I I nn .Q ., X I, 1- 'ff , ,T 1 IE' I, - , I, I HI f y' '-nhl 1 ' fl,Il. Y, II- ff, X' 7 U 1' . I II'-,III - A. .- -I ,V y I III IH.- A N I 5 6 4, V, 'I If , , ,,., ,.,, .., 5 ' . J' - I am ff,- I ' I I1 , I I I3"'f'N 'mf ' i"!"',' ,fix ' " -" 1 ' V,-' Q? dm If W7 ? I -f J , UH' WIN Ni U 1 f xv. " W 4 'Il f. WI: M' f. I 6 In I v " :III ,IIfi'I-III, IJ I ' , 'fI I . 'ff q W II .. If.,-E 1' Y' N . - fm f -if , '34 Qgi"3 'f5'ff3221"-:g'- Q, -is 4 " i t A , -, - :mf-' 6 F0l1l1dCll at NYC-slcyuu Cullcgc, 1851 Fifty-ons JXct'ix'Q Lflmlztcrs Cfnlnrx: Blue and VYIIQIQ l?1,,-wt-,-5 yi,,1C1 Nufiullrrl I'II!1lifuliur1.' u.'XdL'lIl1li1ll1u -Ojfjmlm !7Ill Cdlnullvlw' lr1.vlulII'zl: 19211 Suuous IN l',xCUI.'I',x'I'I2 LIax,x CfI.,xL'x'I': Emmons IN L'NIvItIIsI"I'.x'I'Ii Clrrxs of 79311 LULIISIQ Cola lJcIIm'I'IIv I'JIxII.v Jl'I.I,x PIQNFIHLII A-IA'I"1'lIi Luu GAI.I.IxrsIvIIaII 'Ro JILANIQ PIEIQNIDON IALICIC RUTI-I XVII.I.I,xxIs E'I'III2L Scu'r'r F fx YI-1 'I' Ieulcx' P,xI'I.IxIz I-'lm.L.'xNII RL"I'II K.-xv Class nf .7 93 I Es'rI:I.I.Ia I-'IOGI N s INA l2vIf:I.x'x K1xI1sI:oI'I:II Class of 2932 CRIETA HI4:RNImN BE'r'I'Y juuxfox RUTII DAILY Class of 1933 fjLlX'H LA mu MII.ImIaII -IIUIIQSIIN ik 'VIII-:Im SILI. NII.I:s S'rIu'xIQI'IsT X'IIec:IxI.x BIINIIY XYIRCINIA BIQVIQI-:Ie EIINA SHELL Emzn. XYIIITI4: AIARY JANI-1 XYII.I.I.xxIs I J1'IIzo'I' I1 Y EA TU x NIARY CA'l'IIIiRIXI-I XYIIILNIQII oy,-yay,-5 'W -Q ,I " Our IIIIIIIYIWI f0l'f'j'-f0I!l' ,, ," YCQQV ' Q my "' X 7 . Mi.-if Ablgngcfi gif nm 'Xb-fdsggfqgyxf if E q' NN Q : 3? N'-:Q -5 " ' -Q-.ff "" 4 -- Af A- - .9 V ' ' ..,: Q J' K- A"'1"ef' ..:-.-. 1 i --.,. . H ' g ,,,. , ' "" ?1.....f5. , " - - ' ogyv-vKfvy9"'47he 772 zraqe ..q -f.,,..:Q-. 93 x?-4?ifi:- w s L., A X Cor, Kin1hrough, Strumquist, Kay. Daily Hogius. YVhitc. Socll, Crymcs, Johnson Fisher, Gallagher, A. xvilliilllifi, R. I'I?I'lldDl'l. C. 1-Icrmlun R. Daily. Pcufim-ld, XVugnur. M. xvillilllill-1, l.zm'lh liolluud, Eaton, Terry, Crymcs, Scott, Jzuncsun QE?-.i?kmy?2-x n L One lIl!7'Ill'l'I'!i foriy-fizfe 1 I 5 X f mm ", I , xxx., '-1' 2- 5' Y-Y A" .f.',1,-.: 1 -if 11....1: W I ' ,vfffdlzi ' q L. .,r...., I.- 1 -HL-W,,3M ,W-, I kri JXfx,N 01 - C9 H 'l'l"'lC'gfl fi 1 , 1 5 I I Q: 5 ax A NEIIQM . Zligggkkiyxg fg X , l gig RAZEW-343. I W , ' , ' :Q I- 925,113 H Q IJ1 E'-. QR A 1 I 135 Q, SJIIXQ NS' 43:4-. K, 1 1- I " -- A- Emu If 10 111 Q--I 1 ,umm Q in l la as mr Q- I QQ xii,-Di la TW . Ill ' I1 " ?W!!llx Nlfg ll f lg 1 U Q H -annr np ' IUfN21XQQ Nu' 4 1 .1 I--,nv A 1,111 . - 1 Mm 1011 1 ffwwf film 'I V 'CQ I I l I ' 3'I'1 :PQIIK ' '9f23'f"r'm- 3 I 1 lml uurmgzu fffhf x 3? -AQSEQEI 1 :hffvf :SM I If .1..-- 5 .. , - R I-and N 51 1 .-HILL:-W KK IH 1 ' I 11 Q 1 Eiffmw BEZHNIQQ law fur- , -1 MII ,Q I 9 1' 11 ,gE??ff!1mJ,tL ::',- QM!! .5 - 1 .'1f-2 L 11 . 'Qimkiifi 5 E 11',1U'57T -- fr Im 9 , -5 -5-:QN,H fX, "' V L53 w - S 'annul -II Ill -- ii! 9 7 I 'W 9? I - -- 1- -2 : Y -- ,-f",f-V--' 'Lih- " is ' V C - QL? C33 Ls' ix 'M'-' 2 Fmmnclecl at University of Arkansas, 1895 Eighty-eight Active Chapters "" A" C!?1I7l'.V,' Czzrclinzxl and Straw l7I1r1z14'1'.' XVhitc Carnation Nfzlimml P11l1li1'c1fio11: "Elcusis" 'KD' 571111111111 6J!111plf'1' l11.vI11ll1'1l: 19.35 M ARY COA N IUOROTHY TJIVER A N NABELLE STUART FLORENCE PRENTICE JJOLORES TAYLOR IDOROTHY SCI-IULAIEI IJARLENIE INNIDERSON IVIARY NOONIEN HAZEI. BERRY IEVELYN PATTIIN RUTII Gmns NIAXINE Hamas STER SORORS IN FACULTATE ELSIE RUTH CI-IANT SORORS IN AUNIVERSITATE Class of 1930 IQATHLEEN HICKOK XN"II.LAnENE BROXVN Class of 1931 AIARGARIET DAVY TIIELIIIA KQERSEY LUCILLE SHERwoor1 BETTY HOLLOBIIXX Class of 1932 Lms SIIOEMAKER BETH GILBERT NATHLYN ASH Class of 1933 SARA PINNEY GXVICNIIOLYN EIIMIINDS A In-1 LE II.1fEI.n MRS. XVA LTER SI AI vsox GEORGIA B URIIELL 'EDNA GRA HA M HEI.liN STUBBS BESSIE LEWIS RILEY RUTH HICKOK MILIIRED PARENTEAU FANNY BELLE XIVITNVER RUTH ASKREX XVATSON CLEO ROWNTREE NIARY M1-:WHQIIRNE RLNRY RIISSITER . ..., . 'A ' O . . . . 19?-,'S, fi-VS.-k"Q1-9 5 M ,,1,, Ona' 11111111rcd forty-si.1' ,A Y Aiig' 125- g' T- i .gg-rzvpv i -4 ,. ,, Q Q - X 'A 'fi ,,,,,..: 4 I . - ' ,-.. ..5.s:.f?, 5 - ' Ex ,..- : 'Q' '-M" . -5,-X,-s,'f,,-wx-fi-J C1126 'mzraqe M..f.L., a,L,q.:-A 34493 , -sex-fsfve n, Q I ., xt Riley. Hicknk, Sherwood. Diver, Burdell Prentice, Davy, Ilollomnn, I'nrente:xu, Stuart R. Hickok, Brown. Gruhzun, Ashe, NYitwer Wnisnn, Gilbert, Schulmeister. Anderson, Gibbs lfldmumls, Rossiter, Berry. Rrmntrec, Finney . - . . F' : N 0 . . . . . . . Om? lumdren' f01'fy-sewn Y - V f ' 'finffgm 1-cg -lfggijfg' E q-?g,43a-, . - ' .:A: ,fig . -,'., , T ,, ,e?fvkwS2-S Uhe 771 lraqe gf .Lf .ji PF' 1 gfggfmi-!5X K5 I ,, 1 i . Vflclu 'Qjlglllll lI"l1Cl'O'1I ' lx ' 4 fff, ir ', f I 15 wh i , . f ii 1 K L 'JIM X X Mi 5 5 -W. M 1- 4 'f 'Ji 1-.1mlllll1llilili'gsa:siiE!E5saa2i. , i i' A J I Alt v 5:1 IVVVT sgwiqilmxwlri .,', Q M y illniiiiiw 'mi ll' .JI . -'T , 5 Jw- wu1i"f , Q' 1 il . nv: viii - 5 9 V Y ,f.. ,,. Z X, 1,1 i 'FZIVAV IH-ullnwl W W-'M +----Q Mifaiiil' hw 2 3 5' 1 'ff' 9 "i5"iii!if'i W Z N Al f IW : ...lf .i -1r:.i.1! .u 1 ' -- 'I h1l,j 1-.. 'i9i"',,x i, V, L iiii!!f1U'Aff ' , H5215 if H .f- -i 4... -V .. x Z W qv: L , , Li--f - , . -i 3--ifflii' 31117-F-exaan , gn--,,,,,-f"i. A 3 S. Founded at University of Missouri, 1888 Twenty Active Chapters l"lnfwr': C?lI'I'l2lti0l1 Colors: Ruby and Pink Natimznl Pulwlirnl1'mz.' "The Urn" C' 3 -mjjwllnz Cqla llujvlvr Ins!aIlf'zl: 1926 SORORS TN UNIV121csVr,x'1'1a Class of 1930 NIAIIIEL LEWIS Nlfxrslal. XVICLLS W'rI.Lnxms Rovfxm SBITTII Class of 1937 NIAXTNE NICSPADDEN Class of 1932 GRACE RICH ,'xI.0RIE IZOYLI5 Lf.-x1'H11uxr-2 CL.12AvEb . 'f3giff"'if55ff5' -: , Q4..,1.',j OHL' lIllIIlff'l'd f01'I'y-ciglll , f,g,g W Siff, 9Iyv5?? Uhe HIZVHQG :....f:.. ..:" fix 'i.f.,1T.g-gh 193 , ---- q:gfXvKvQ, VX'i1li:uus, l:ilil'lJ10fl'l, Stirrzxt INICSIYGIIKICVI, Clcaves. Smith Stirrat. Fletcher, Lewis Ruszjer, Rice, Boyle -4' Ut 5' vgf! I One lzu1zd1'ca' f0l'f37-1l'I'7IC , E 'Gif 2- W -ifiQfff-lfgq 'Y ,f ?g-FH ' Y mf l sb '....-. - 'Q-'Y ' 5,51 'X-':'A' . . - f-.14: F ' 'H' - "1 " 5 ' :lf-epf?if DHTIIUQG ....s.1. 1: is 'i,,,,j, ,f 93 5LfmfX,v MORRISON LATHROP COX FERREE KIMBROUGH DAII X CI.Al!K MCCORMICK l3URDEl,l. DIVE!! XYILLIAMS STIRR XI M1341 II ! 1 DO R OTH Y l JAI I. EY Lili! IRGIA BURDELL. .. MABEL XVYILLIAMS .... R Anim: MQCQRM 115K EPRESEN'I'.-XTIVIIS P111 MU llfAPPA liAPPA GAM MA M ARGARIZT Cox DoRo'r11x' BIORRISON lJOROTHY DAILY IJOROTHY IJIVER 141211 A C111 O MEGA .'XLP11A D131.'1'A P1 E lx CHI OM 1511A l513'1'A SIG MA O M ICRON MA11121. XV11-1.1Ax1s ff ' 67 L' CHIC UHIIC1 . . . . l'1'L-siclc-nut ....Secretary . . ..'lI'CZ1Slll'CI' ,IUANITA CLARK CYRENA Frzkrucia RUTH L1xT11Ro1' A EYALYN K1111sRou4,:11 C lzonom B L'R1na1.L MAY STIRRAT Panhellcnie, inter-sorority Ol'g2l11lZZLtlOll, has been O1'gZlI1lZCClO1ltl1CUl1lVC1'Sll57 campus for some years. The national organization is of even longer standing and has accomplfsliecl real good in governing' inter-sorority activities. formulating rush- ing and pledging rules and executing such business as is common to all the sororities. It must be aclmittecl that local Panliellenic has done much more towardtllewelfare of the so1'o1'ities than the inte1"f1'ate1'uity council has toward any i11te1'f1'ate1'nity purpose. 1 V . - ,Z ::::"...1,3 34421. I . A O.. ' , ' - Cie-fvsye-,E-myci i?x-?-S7'uo "5 4. Ona lzzmdrcd fifty i , 1. -5ii'if"i'? Q' A 'fs :vi Y: 4221 2 fi ,- -if i iii:-El5irg, offs,-wave? Clhe 7Ilzraqe-..,,.e. Q a.e:.1,i 1211193 , ---4 f .l ."m'fwi'g:- if l Y 'E i. Hia . Vu- 1 SIMPSON REDDLE J. STUBHS LTCONNELI. MALONE FRENCH STUBUS B LACKBURN TELFORD LU'l'l'IY BISHOP MASTERS tv H A s Aches JACK SIMPSON ..,.. ,,,..Y.,.,, , ...,, ,,,,,,..,............,.. L 'resident ROGER BALL ,..... ,,,.,,, ,,,,,., X ' 'ice President and Treasurer XVILLIAM LEVERT ..,., ............., .,.,. ......... . ,...,.,,.. S e c rotary A stray Greek O1'gZll1lZ2ltlO1'l. known as the Metics, was instituted on the New Mexico this year for the first time. Though not yet officially organized the club is going' rapidly forward in fostering a feeling of good will among Greeks from other campuses. Though the purpose is primarily social, the organization has placed several members in prominent campus activities. The following' are listed on the membership roster: Room: 13ALL JAMES STL'Rn5 AIARY CATHERINE STURRS ll1ARGARET O'C0NNRL1, V 1oI.1aT HUIIFMAN BRANCH SPALDING HENRY BLACKBURN l.l:o I.r:n'1NsoN FoRRr:sT LUTHY PAYI. NIASTERS IRIQNE Blsuov BIARIAN Rnnnua XIIRGINIA TEIJIFCDRIJ W1L1.tA1x1 LEVRRT EVELYN FRENCH Fmzn PELZER lVll,LIAM GARRISON NIAUEL SMYRR JACK Sinrsox M ARY Hiamfzx B1 I-I IELEN GRE!-I N LARRY M A Lon iz EDITH EAGER SARAH P15ARsoN lfmvoon PENNY SARAH Hnss ' .. . . W 190 . . - W . . g is -. 4-lx Ono lzzmdrcd fifty-one ll'N me few,-sjmsfvf Ulze 'Wlzraqe .J fs' l l , l , New Mexieos men and Women! As i the ancients worked in stone to leave to sf Wt YW gg posterity images of the great and the near W great so have we endeztvorefl to do lilcewfse Ul U' 52 QQ with the ziid of modern devices. Should we lme asked to state our greatest g desire it would be to know ezleh and every ' student. Greater personal szttisfaetion could l QE never he derived from the possession of i Zi . . l 595 many degrees. XVQ: olfer as Z1 substitute i i and with a full knowledge of its inadequacy li -their photogrzlplis. i Years hence this section will he priceless. fi Q llow could it he otherwise with so many l. 535 of the world's finest contained therein? it si ini We f H ee e t,QmmmmmmwmQ. Eiifiiiiiifi-5':, . . g e : --., :,.2f5l5Qlf' Ono lzinzdrcrcl fifty-two JK, Q Q Ol ' Z O7f CLVZQS I L..-f - 'Z ,.,,,:,'m -we 1 HM - -' 7-M1 - -JI by-vxffzwzxf Uhe 'mzraqe - EF 1, ,Lal 9,30j' .fgv,f4f,,... CLARK NANNINGA TIREMAN ST. Q AN l"I'1.f'- f'. 5 05265- A x D JU . ' f' f5 . Ill. cial upfm X11 DEAN S. P. NANNINGEX ............. ...... DR. GEORGE VV. ST. CLAIR... LEONA RAILLARD .......... DR. JOHN D. QLARK .... .. . .. DR. L. S. TIRILMAN ............................. CLAIR RAILI XRD ........PrcsidcIIt ....Vice-President . . . . . .Secretary .. . .Treasurer .... . . . . . .Historian The following were elected to membership cluriug the :Icaclemic year 1929 1930 MRs. DIANA B. CARTER GRANT .ANDERSON C. V. XVICKER GEORGE I. SANcHEz J. XV. IQJIEFENIJORF S. A. NORTI-IROR JOHN El'?XX'IN EARL lu.-XRGARET RIECTOR ELIEIXNOII ANIJER RI A N C. A. BARNIIART IJAVID Ross BOYII M AE BRUNVN JESSIE BRYSON JOHN D. CLARK I-l7INA C. CLAIIVE MRS. GEO. CU NNINGHAAI R. XV. ELLIS CIEORGH IXDLAI FEATHER MRS. LOUISE B. LEAK .ALICE RAY XVILSON I-IARLAN SININOER J. R. SCOTT G. P. SHAXNON A CTIVE BQIEMBERS 1 RIARY BICDCJNALD GERTRUIJE lWlCGOWAN LYNN B. IXIITCHELL EONA BIOSHER HELEN llfIURI"HY S. P. N.NNNINfG4N LEONA RAILLARII VVILLIAM REED R. S. IQOCKXVOOD SAMUEL ROSENBACH RUTH LOVE IRENE QUINTINNIX HAZEL RYAN DOREN XV. I. ABBO'FT GUYIIRED TIAIBOE N 1929-1930 BIYRTLE GREENFIELD XVILMA L. SI-IELTON ELIZABETH P. SIMPSON GEORGE XV. ST. CLAIR ATE STURGEON IANNA SWAYXE . S. TIREMAN J. R. XIAN ILXTTA E. H. XVIZLLS C. G. VVOLKINO K M. L JOHN B. BAKER E. F. CASTETTER F. M. DENTON DAX'lIl BAITCHI-ILI. ROIIERT PALMER ETHI-:L IERLANIJSOX R. H. HANNA B. F. I"IAUGH'I' E. L. HlEXX'ETT C. E. HOOGIN F. B. HOWOEN R. XV. JOHNSON VEON C. KIECII CARRIE KINI: ELEANOR IQING J. S. LANTIERS l'l'ELIiN GOIETZ BENJAMIN SACKS J. F. ZIMMERAIAN I.. S. PETERS .RALF F. LEOULIJ .TXLIIO K. LEOI'OI.II H . .. One Izzuzdred fifty-four .-,SIA 4 -,... 7 gm Sf' ' 4' Z "' -age, 1'--V I 'C' 7 J 'T fe' ,. , ' fi nf 'lr Q' A L .... Li ' '. " I , .-4"'- .--.r f f- iff: '-.-.-',-- -. "'-2 'T ' - :-:.+: - -f.. - "-' -::.::.,.. Ji r . , 5 A,v, ..,...g,f- .',- Y ' A, E l. . xywmfxzvfv Uhe Iliraqei - 'R i...:4:-. 93 , ' xkfsxxfaa Gs ,L SMITH FRENCII PALMER ALLEN MITCII ELL THOM AS 1 rfxi 015111141 l'C4uz1. B. M. SMITH .......... .. DAVID IVIITCHELL. .. CARL ALLEN .......... MILLER FRENCH .... I-IONORARY AIEMBERS lADELBI5R'I' IJIEFENDORF ROBERT S. Roclcwoon FRANK M. DENTON Jeux D. CLARK PHILLIP DONNELL .ACTIVE BIIEMBERS B. NV. SMITH R. S. PALMER ' IDAVID AIITCHIELL GRANT .ANDERSON CARL IXLLEN PAUL 'IIHOMAS AIILLIER FRENCH K E qi. I .,.., ,ig h J, . , 1" . , A CA R 'I' E R HUFF I N E .....Prcsiclcnt Vice-President .....Sccrctary ...Treasurer JOSEPH L. BURKHOLDER EDMUND Ross XVILLIAM HUFFINE STANLEY Pi3LA'rowsRr RUEUS CARTER I'IARRY BA NGIERTIER Sigma Tau was established for the purpose of recognizing scholarship, sociabil ity, and practicality in engineering students. In accord with this purpose, El medal is awarded each year to the regularly enrolled Freshman engineer who is highest in scholarship. Members of Sigma Tau are chosen from the scholastic upper third of the Junior and Senor engineering classes. Q A ..'1 1 . A , we-,vvb Z2- eg .l-B. ' One lIIlINl'l'l?d fifty-five ,. 5 ,I .-,?-'gli -. H-.E Q wfvxibxib' Uhc Ani?-2"tlq6 . ....f.L. ..:' 'i.f..ia:-. 93 , ? ---' ' gxfx-gsqftfezg, INIASTERS HTCKOK JUD Y ST. CLA1 R TEDFORD HU FFBIAN COX NOHL R. JUDY XVICKEN XYALK ICR R ECTOR SNA Pl' PA L Xl li li li LD E R ST L' A RT XVI IQSON Cffhclicz Lim. 1 1. BOB PALMER ...... ..... I ,resident LENORE PETTIT ..., VIRGIL JUDY.. NED ELDER. . . Glaouula ST. CLMR C. V. XVICKIER MARc:A1ua'r Cox RAY STUART '1'1aL1fA1R I-Ixzxuux Flucn Num. I3ILL MOORE RUTH H1-zuvlav ACTIVE 1X'Imus12us Cr-m1u.o1'Txa BELL1-: XV.-XLKER Enwxx SNAP? IXLICE IQAY XVILSUN Nan El.IlER Rormlvr PAl.m1cR ALUMNI' BIEMBERS JACK NICFARLANIJ LHNORE PliTTiT ' . . F-I-" '5Z2:5:':r--J: Vice-President . .... Secretary . . . .Treasurer XFIRGIL Jun' IQEBECCA JUDY I'IOXVARU Huvmmx MAm:A1u2'1' R1-:cron Vmczrxm '1'r:D1fo1:n PAUL MASTERS NATHAL1xQ Co1x1z1cT'r XV1LL1AA1 FLYNN MQ? 4iQ.'4,'io One lzzmdred fifty-six ,L . i'Zf Y 115:35 e M.:'v:f.- . Uhemlraqe --..'.i.i.I.. tif 'i.f.,Ii i"ff 4-" .-S ,, 7 ENDERLIN SMITH ANCONA 'l'1lOMI'SON CI.Al'YE Sl'IOR'l'I.E MQNLXNVS LOYIZ WI LSOX 0'C'ONNIEI.L l'ILl.!iK 5 'flu yfzffgjczellzo RUTH LOVE .......... MARIAN ELLER ...... ALICE RAY VVILSON .... NLEMRFIRS VIIMIINIA A'iL'h'1-ANLIS Nifzu. Ruoixrms GLAIJYS ISLACK JANE M Uutoxiav KA'rHr:R1xii ENDERLIN h'iRS. RiXLI'1-I SMITH Mus, L. B. Tnomvson MRS. Com l:HRN PIERCE Mus. Enwixiw P. ANc'oNA Miss Iam: AITKI-:x Howolmiw Mmmnixs .... .President ..,.....,.,.ViCe-President Scare tllfy-TFGHSIITCI' NIARIAN E1.1,ialz RUTH Lovin NLXRGARIET S1fmu'ri.:a jmflflii SHARP Arrciz IQAY Winsor: 'Vsm N 1 N A L' 1 1 ,uzmas XYA Klil"lliI.II CAI! xl .ii N Pa-yat-ya-mo was organized in May, 1927, as the University Music Cluh and had a inemerhship of eight. In April, 1929, the duh changed its name to Pa-yat- ya-mo, which is the name of the Indian God of music. There are now hfteen members, and two honorary members, Tsianina and Charles Wfzlketielcl Caflnian. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in good music. This year it brought Beatriz Benitez of Mexico City to Albuquerque for a performance. ff... ..f. ,.. cr.-ig-..4,..,., W-www? s,igWf..f..f..ap... V 1-is One 1liIl7Hfl'C'l!1 fiffy-5021011 ,:a,,..,,,,iTf:- TQ! Q- ,.-- tw li ' Y f " r ' ' i 'fl J -v Cihe Aynlfaqe L ,,..E.1.., LI' 'i,,,,j,gg-'L' SlIOll'l'i.Ii HIVKOK STARIM l'.OYIi I'll.i.lili Oiifz f f if Ol'fACl I' POC! VL N l'. XYINIFREIJ ST.-XMM ,,A,..,.A, 7,,,, 7,7,,, , , , President KATHLEEN HICKOK ,.,, , ,,,A,, Secretary-Treasurer RUTH LOVE ..A.....4...,,,,.., ,...,,...,,.,..,.... I- Iistorizm XVILMA SHELTON ..A,.., ...... S ponsor M EM 12 ERS MARGARET SHORTLIC K,x'1'H1.1zicN I'IIL'KOK AIARIAN ELLHR IQYTH Lowa XY1x1Fm:v Smnixi Mortarboard Junior was organized May 30. 1921 as au Honorary Society for Senior women of the University of New Mexico. its purpose is the promo- tion of schoiarship and campus activities. Members are Chosen from the .luuior class and are rated as to campus activities, leadership, ability, and scholarsliip. Three semesters of residence on the campus are required oi any czmdidztte p A1 ,..,- if ""'i" ' 'fi 1: Q ,L an I f Om? lzzmdrccl fifty-vfgllt Q-,sis-fsferfil Clhe 71? zraqe" T.',1i.lj .5 - F ,,,f gj'j' 3 fl I 9 1 NKQ7s-'FS?f' A R LIE DC I-2 WATSON R lil o Y Di G R YSE s'r1'Ale'l' s'1'o'ic'1'Z s'l'lNNE'r :noon 1'.xI.MliR c, X mia 1 Mtzxriutizs RICHARD ARLEnc:i: Blu. Di: Gnvraia FRANK Srorwz Neil. WATSON Rfxvmoxim S-'ru,uzT Rufus STINNET Joi-IN Rlcmx' PETE Coon In the spring of 1923, Khzltali, zz senior honor society for men was established Since that time Khatali has honored about ten men each year with membership of the organization. Tapping takes place each year in May and the following' criteria of leadership are recognized: Athletics, drzunatics, publications, forensics and scholarship. The past year Khatali numbers among its members five athletes, three drain- zitists, editors of both publications. and general all-around men. In lihatali is invested the responsibility of enforcing school tl'ZlClltO!l and in assisting the University in conducting athletic contests of a high school nature. ":' - Ak Om' 1lIH1lI1l'!'IIi fifty-lzivm -,,,,n.,i ' Y, ,, ,,.-,f-Q- ,2PfSzESfE Uhr: ATHZITZQG fiQfli.:.f. .5 Fil ivijell' il 120,171.00 .ovffim ll Q gjtllllllltl ivijll lfun f,,.., I dn.-:.,! 'Ji-1 l,,.f U UL ,,.f,,- 'JQH-fi-f,, GP :ff X, B O ififl cures Clfl.-XRLIQS S. HICKM.-NN ..... . ....... President MARGARET RECTOR ..... . , .Vice-President FRANK ll. REICVII. .. ....... Secretary The purpose of 'Pi Ciianinm Mn is the inculczition of the ideals of scholzirship, scientific attitude and method and social service in relation to all social problems Pi Gamma Mu is not orgzmized to oppose or advocate any pzirticulzu' social move- ment. It rather aims to instill in the mind of the individual Zl scientilic attitude toward all Social questions. lts motto is: "Ye shall know the truth and truth shall make you freef' The New Mexico Alpha chapter was installed May 1, 1928. . e A 1 One 1IIlIllll'L'fl 5i.1'f-v ,sffv-fmefil Cjhe 'lil zraqe 51 glee, a '1" 4 1 .4 IUl.lfY XYliAX'l'Ill DELGADO ,f' 7 Q C, fTj11c!vfJe11c!011f 0111011 FTHIIT. XNVIQAVICR ......... ........ I 7rcsidcn1 CATH ERIN If DICLGAI JO .... ........ X fice-President MONTIE MAY RILEY .... .... S ecrctary-Treasurer This year the Independent VVomen of the 'University of New Mexico have taken a very active part in all campus activities. They are well represented on the staffs of the Lobo and the Mirage. Their excellent scholastic ability is shown by the fact that several Independent women are members of the honorary frater- nities, Phi Kappa Phi and Pi Gamma Mu. The Independent W'omen are also very interested in the debating society, Forum, and in the Dramatic Club. Some of the best dramatic ability on the campus is to be found among these women. One of the major offices of the Student Council for the year l930-31 is held by a popular member. The organization is the most outstanding of any of the WOl1lC1l'S organiza- tions in the athletic held. The Intramural Basketball Championship was again Won by the Independent XNIOITICII, and their supremacy was further proven when they defeated an all sorority team by a large score. It is becoming a recognized fact that the Independent NVomen will play an im- portant part in the development of the history of the University of New Mexico. - I 55?i'MiS::-5.51 r ' A t"' .. 'Aim Ont' 1IllIlllI't'd sf.1'fy-f'zc'0 ,if-mr.. -iw g - ' ws-. . + w:- ac -..T Ef'5"?':Q3"' Qyefeff-Jvc-i524 C1118 nllftlqe f ..'.. ,111 ..:- TP 93 , FISH STl'JXllT ROSl5NXYAl.l7 fi T iw fxjlzcjvfwrzcjvzlf l X011 RAYMONIJ STUART. .. ...... President MONTH ROSliNXYAl.IJ. .. ........ Vice-President p STSXNLICY FISH ........ .... S ccrelary'Trcasurcr The lndependent men have been rising' rapidly as a vital factor onthe Univer- sity campus for the past few years and it may be said that the past season has been their most successful one. Not only are they placing men in many of the major offices but they are becoming really a vital consideration in all campus activities, athletics, publications. etc. Independent men lettered in football last fall and will be hack again next year. The Independent men placed Raymond Stuart in the position of Editor of the New Mexico Lobo and he also made Theta Alpha Phi, Pi Gamma Mu, and Khatali. 'ln the spring elections the lndependents played a very vital position in the way of the balance of power. Throughout the campuses of the American college and University the inde- pendent man is becoming more and more a really signincant factor on campus activ- ities. The organized men on most campuses it has been iound are quite the most powerful group politically that can be found. The University of New Mexico Welcomes the rising' organization. . .. :ff .,..., 'ziE7x.Z?2i Y A il QD A. Omf llznirlrvd 5i.1'l'y-itl11'f0 ' mcg.: Q ' 4. , ., :ET ,, H ':' , as AH fe' - RWM'-aff. -11 ..,., L. , ' A1- 1 'EQ--' .ywavfvyir-.f?f CHIC nlllwqe s, ..f.1. ..: e i,,,,f. 5f'f 93 Kknfgg-gig, . ri M M M57 ww K . .ir Y, 5 I-Te, , V . Xu in i H 5 V in i. .Jw in F 1 ' C'l'..fX R K XYATSON ll ROXVN F Q o Q j rczrlmlzc "ll J Nlfll. XVATSON .... ....... P resident NELLIE CLARK .......... ........ X 'ice-President WTLLADIEANIH BRGVCN .... .... S ecrctary-Treasurer The Dramatic club fell into a lethargy this past year, not unlike many other campus organizations. Nevertheless the club over the past six years has been a real success due in a great part to the patience of the Director of Dramatics, Dr. St. Clair. In the fall the Dramatic club produced the play, "Mr, Lazarus" with two performances and a double cast. Both were well received but the attendance was so poor that the affair was not a financial success. The second semester, however, a reorganization program was started and everything pointed to a renewed life and activity. As the result of this new pro- gram Mr. Robert Palmer was elected president and a committee was appointed to lay plans for meetings, the buying of a pin and membership qualifications. Meetings are now held every VVednesday evening with special programs prepared by a group previously appointed. Indications are that the Dramatic club will do a great deal toward the organ- ization of a "Little Theater" movement on the campus. ., ,-.- Alu. J One Izuazdrva' sirty-four J- - TQQ' , .1,-V i 43 cvfvsfw-fefw-54 Cfhe mirage I ..A.. Ali 93 x:Q-GQNQ 1.A'l'l'lRO L' 'KAY All LON li U9 H GV! A .Y I CZ "LO -f -'LiL RUTH LATH HOP .... ,. RUTH KAY ,,,,,, ,,,.,, , MARIE MALONE ,,,, ,, BERTHA XVALKER XYALK ER President Vice President Secretary .,.....Tl'Ci-lSllI'Cl' Akiho Club is an organization of students majoring or 111ll101'll1g' in Home Economfcs. Meetings are held once a month for the discussion of Cll1'1'Cl'lt topics of ll1VC5tlgZlti011 and to become better acquzlinted with the aims of the ClCP3.1't1TlCI1t. Akiho Club is ziffiliatecl with the State and National x'XSSOCl3.tlOl1 of Home Economics Association. Ilixlumfi' Hiixkx' LELA GOODART LYNDA TRAYLUR EDNA VYH Vri-1 RVTH KM' M ATT114: Lou G A A 1.1431-3 FARRr:I.L I-IELHN Hicmciz M ARIIC MALONIQ LLAGHER BIERTHA XYALKER ELIZABIQTH Gnlanns AGNES HICQLEY' LUCILLIQ S1-Irziawoon lvlixmai. LEWIS .F .,., .. E V. t-i' ' .1 .A mg ' I s Om? lI1!IllCf1't'd SI'.1'l'j'-f'I'Zlt? fe F' . is A . s. ...A ,- L l-.-. A L: M www-mei? Uhe 771zraq6jQ'Q'.Zk.e. ..3- 9T3Ci'z-XSS SIMPSON SHAYER AIILLER NOHL li Ci orzzm, JACK SIMPSON ...... ....... 1 Dresidcnt 1. NVILSON SHAVER. .. ...Vice-President STAN MILLER ...,..... ............ S ecretary FRED NOI-IL ..... .,,. B usiness lllanagur In the fall of 1929. on the recommendation of the Student Relations Commit- tee and the Student Council it was decided to reorganize Lowell Literary Society into a more practical body that would have as its one purpose the sponsoring of forensic activity. A new constitution was drawn up and the name changed to Forum. After numerous technical difficulties the society was at last recognized and the second semester engaged in a very intensive debate schedule. Believing that ag ood way to excite interest in a debate would be to have the students debate themselves, a series of very successful intramural debates was held, one league consisting of the 'fraternities and independent men and the other of the sororities, with a cup offered for the winning of league and a final sweep- stakes for the winner of the linal debate between the winners of the two leagues. As usual the regular intercollegiate debate schedule was sponsored. lf-' 1- :saws . i. "-11' is ...- .,.., . gr . . . , . . ... Om: 1lIll1dl'C?lf sirty-.s'i.r me -, --, I A 439 we ,... gg V --A-5 Y hTW5l 5? A' . -51' N .. "" .. .'... 7' --ff? , 4 ML . ff ,.-f-tiff, 1- at -+- , , ' .ssfwf-.QQPSZT c7fL6 'mirage 2. ae. tg san s-. 5193 ,f 'SQ6-X-Qrfefres fx. 1 T-'dOl'll1'l'l Qcfbczfe GJc!1,ec!1.tL!e Using the national question, Resolved, That the Nations of the W'orld Should Disarm Completely flixcept Such Forces As Are Necessary for Police Proteetion, Forum engaged the second semester in a quite comprehensive inter- collegiate edbating schedule. in addition to sponsoring a series of intramurals, which aroused no little amount of interest and competition. The first debate of the season was against the University of Oregon, New Mexico upholding the negative. On our team were jack Simpson and Stanley Miller. Inasmuch as the Oregon team was completing a long debating tour and the Oregon speakers were much more experienced, it may be truthfully said that Simpson and Miller did very creditably against them, despite an unfavorable deci- sion. ln the second debate, liettv Irlolloman and Navfield. u :holding the affirma- k . , l U tive. won from the Normal University at Las Vegas with an unanimous decision. Before the evening was over the contest was dissipated into a slaughter of rhetoric on the part of the visitors, but the debate was lively throughout. The animal debate with the University of Arizona was held at Tucson this year. Roger Ball and ul. Xkfilson Shaver upheld the affirmative for New Mexico. They put up a very good ease but were able to garner only one vote. The teams were coached this year by Professor Dean 15. Lyman, jr., who in the face of a flood of adverse criticism, worked very energetically with the teams. lfrofessoi' should be lauded considerably for his effort and time in reorganizing Forum and putting debating on a practical basis. Q f eete T . . t . t '- Mk O nc lm11u'1'm' Xf.l'fj'-XWUC71 -. , f -12" .. NM, 'QQ' .. ff,:. -1 .x-- 'i1'::a2f2:f5,-Q-Pf'f .. ' - ' 'l' . . - -' '11 is --.. - ,spvxfvefv he zraqe : ..'., - GN ,ggy RILEY PAINIC ROSE KIRK NOON ICN Sli l.l.liRS STOYER CLA R K Lil l.l1liRT Q, ' 01,1 1 QU- f ff 0111011 .s in 1 elle 1 ssoczulzozz BOARD Mizuisizxcs HIZSSIIE LIEXVIS RILICY .......,........... MILIJRED PAINIQ ...... M A Rl If ROS E ...... TH IELMA KIRK ..... .. . . SPoRTs l,.15ixD121:s BlE'l'1-I GILBERT ........,.................. MARY NOONEN ......... DOROTHY SELLERS .... NELLIE CLARK ....... . HALDIENIE STOVER ..,. .. .............,. .........., I -Iockey ...., . .Prcsiclt-nt ce-President ...., . .Secretary . . . . .Treasurer .....'l'ennis .... . ...Hiking . . ...Basketball .....Vollcy Ball The sports sponsored by the organization during the past year have been hockey, basketball, tennis, hiking, and volley-ball. The outlook for next year prom- ises an even greater and more varied program. Through its increasingly interesting plan of activities, XY. JX. JX. has succeeded in bringing to the women of the University enriching recreation, a splendid field for Wholesome participation in dutfes and pleasures, and has thus been of service to the University. D . . 1 5 :alfa ' l dfbv- ,f?- , 1 Q -4.-R R-V5-O . M ,.,., One i11111c1'1'1?d si.rI'y-ciglzt , f -N- Q' "' 1" , ff"?'f-,..fjfk'g "Q A - L -,-,,:,1.' HTQ .,..,.1:-b wwf-,-E2-,f"'97he 'mzraqe 5 .4 f T 96 xR,9'i'x"o ' C.. enzficrs Ogfunzcllrs .ffqffwfulfc eQUS8OCl.Cl1l'U1I RIEVIS BAILEY A'1ART1'IA BARTRLL JEAN BERRY EM AI A LEE BRATTON IDORIS BROOKS f7LIYli BUTLER KATI-IRYN CIIILIIERS NELLIE CLARK ' NIARCI-II.LA CLAYTON CATHERINE CLEAYES EIIITI-I CONRAD BETTY ANN CON FLORENCE CRILIQ RL"l'H DAILY IQATHRYN DELIQAIIO IDOROTHY DIVER DOROTHY EATON' GWEN EIIAIIINIIE IXLICE FARRISLL SARA FINNEY MARY GARIINER BETH GILBERT :LELJX GOOITART LOUISE GOOIJXYILL ELIZABETH GREAVES AJAIDII.-kl-IiNIL GREENWALII HE1.l'IN HOLIIROOKS JEAN HANSON NJILIJREIJ HARIIIN XFIOLA 1'IAYS HELEN HEEER DOROTHY EsTELI.E HUIIKEINS NIZLL HILL BETTY JOHNSON RUTH IQEEL THELAIA IQIRK OI.IX'li LIXRIIX ELZAIIIE I,.IElCSIi RIARGARITI' LIYINIISTON BIAXINE LOYELAQE LORENE M ALONE I'I1'1I.liN MAR KIZL MIRIAAI MARAION MARY 1X'IC'CONNliLL lEs'I'EI.I.E kJC.DONAI.D M ARY H ISLE N M CK Nm IIT LEONE A1I'I'Cl-IIZLL DOROTHY NIORRISON MARY NJOYER NIARV N!7ONX'lN I,.OL'I:QE O'L'ONNER NIILIJRICIJ PARENTEAI' NIILIIRIED PAYNIQ E xl R1 Aklli PERQIE FLORENCE PR1iN'l'IL'Ii PI4:I:c:Y RIZCTOR BEESIE LEWIS RILEY ALITA ROBERTS IRENE ROSE LMARII2 ROEE NIABLI2 SANROVAL CI-IARLIE SCOTT IJOROTIIY SELLERS BETTY SIIERAIAN ALICE Sl'IORTI.Ti MARGARET Sl-IORTLIE ZDOROT H Y S II l.'LMliIF-TER ROEERTA SIIURGEON IJORUT H Y STENIILE JEAN STIRRAT I'IALI1ANli STOYER ,ANNAT!IiI.I.E STUART DOROTII Y S Laos RL71'II TAYLOR M AROARET 'I' I-I O AI I':sON C H .'XRLUT'1'l-I BELLE VV A 1.1: ICR JOSEIIIIINE XVATSUN ET H E I. XVIEAVER NIARGARET XYHITAUDRE JOSEI-IIINE XVILLIAMS AIIARY JANE WILLIAMS FANNIE BELLE XYITTXVER -V .,--. :wf ":s5E . 2" . Uv .6 ,,.,.: L.... I .. 6 i . 1 1 Om' lIII1m'I'vd si.I'!y-1IiIIc - - e- M A. . tT24" wlgw eg? ' f -,,1,,:. . 0 - .--' 'W' ' Sy --" .-..-4-I' k. + SJNINIEVKJEJ Uhe 7lll2'llq6 i...-i.l- arte-. 913 xQ6e'sef-es,-s W GU- f 67. 'irczz o Cq5!7L'lllO. R. C. REINIJORP .... .....,. P resident ANITA AYALA... ........ Vice-President GRACE RICE.. .... Secretary-Treasurer This club was organized originally for the purpose of promoting an interest in things Spanish, to give practice in speaking the language to those who are studying the subject. to acquaint the people as well as the students with Spanish art, culture, and customs. It has also attempted to give practice in Spanish play production. This year the same constitution and aims have been upheld and practiced with the addition of an attempt to create a feeling of co-operation and friendliness be- tween the University and the Spanish-Americans of the city with some degree of success. The meetings were held every two weeks with a program lasting usually about an hour and a half comprising lectures by authorities: Spanish songs and dancingig short plays and Spanish games varied with the learning of popular Spanish songs. An assembly program was presented successfully and an enter- tainment was broadcasted over KGGM during one of their regular Friday evening Spanish Half Hours. The club has been more active this year than at any other time in the past and has made a place for itself upon the University Campus. The sole requirement for membership to lil Circulo Espanol is an interest inthe subject regardless of the point of view. Nor was membership limited to any particular class, Freshmen as well as graduates were welcome to come as they chose. s ,.,.. f' - . , 1. ,Y -' ' . , , . " " i"' . Q . . . , , , 5'?i'?'xo One limzdrvcl smxmify A. , -- .f-,gg A ., 55?-Q" ' E 45945 if' ....Q,1. -QQ S-JE?-fFz'5lYy he lftlqe :,.,.f.1. tj' iL.5iti,, 93 , Xfglx-fgmfggt. K.,,"QEiO1IilCll,lS gfvc The XN'omen's Chorus has an enrollment of fifty voices and has done very laudable work this year. They have appeared on various occasions before civic organizations and many times at the University. In the Spring Music Festival with the Meu's Chorus and the Orchestra, Dudley Buck's dramatic cantata, "The Legend of Don Muniof' will be presented. Solo parts will he taken by Miss Mary Helen McKnight, soprano, and Miss Bar- hara Eller, mezzo-soprano, who will receive special training from Mrs. Ralph Smith, voice teacher of the Music Department. Mrs. Grace Thompson is di- recting the entire musicale which will be produced in May. ff . ' 'Lg in CN . Wf.,.ff1 Olll? lIll'1ldl'l'lI .Yt"Z'UIIfVV-fif'0 " .,11-f ff ' - f' f-'T ' ' xx ..-: J 'YH QQ,-S,-ffzefey Cllze 'Wlzraqe :....,e, Pie 1.,,q:t:-. 93 -eQ.?Qferv m WW Iijeliis gjivc' pub Since N720 the Chorus has been one of the most active and successful or- ganizations on the campus. lt is composed of thirty good voices, most of whom have had previous chorus training. They have made frequent appearances on the regular University Assembly progrzuns and before different organizations in the city. Under the able direction of Mrs. Grace Thompson the best talent has been cultivzmtecl. In connection with the lK7omen's Chorus and the Orchestra, they are to present "The Legend of Don lX'Tunio," by Dudley Buck, in May. Mr. Mer- lyn Davies, tenorg Mr. I-lioward l-luffmzin, baritone, and Mr. jean 'l2clwzu'ds, bass, have been assigned solo roles. f etee o -M One lI1t7IlI'l'l'lf .tri'filly-fl11'0U i, --,FEL A '3'L'f"f Q' -4 xx'-E" ki L --.. N' 1-, - -f-.f--a : ' ' ' 1 1:- .,.3:v.- -1-. 1'.. f QQ Rpm "" o c 99.2-,N-fvefeif' Uhe 'Wlzraqd 12.5 -. g e. ,QQ 'A1' 11f Qijofyz-.fiqyx XlII'l'0I'SIillIj CU1'C!z0sl1'c1 Tlic University Orcliestra under tlie leadership of Mrs. Grace Tlioinpsoii is composed of twenty-fire accomplished musicians. They have appearell over the air on KGGM, and play :it all University progrzims. Au important part will be played by the orchestra in the Cantata, "The 'Leg- cnd of Don Muniof' by Dudley Buck. The Orcliestra has well fulfilled its two- fold purpose: to give to its bearers the world's finest music and the cultivation oi an appreciation of music as an end, and to give its members actual practice in lccliuique and understanding of music. ' V W, ,gjfff 23527355 . Qfzffdfffd ? EQ-i,,.:'i2 Om' lilrndrwf .vv'z'v11l3'-fozrr ,,,,-- Y ---': V. Q5 -- ,4-2'5..t.- jfiiiaii' ' T Q' T . ,,, Qbsfsfsfsyfyl Clhe 'mzraqii .iii .5 F 1 Iliff - If f cu' ICI' cgi . filers As the climax of the musical work of the year the University Spring Festi- val is held. In 1929 the combined choruses, men and women, presented Charles Wakefield Caclman's "Father of XVaters." a dramatic cantata for mixed voices, orchestra and soloists. The school was further honored as the composer, Mr. Cadman, was present at the production and took part presiding at the piano, and was very pleased with its successful production. The demand for another pro- gram was so great that it was produced later in Roswell, Mr. Cadman again being present. V Several internationally known music publications. The Musical Courier, The Musical XVest, and the widely read Oliver Ditson magazine carried interest- ing' articles and photograps praising this "finished production." The success of this production is largely due to the keen interest and un- tiring effort on the part of Mrs. Grace Thompson, the head of the Music De- partment. Mrs. Thompson's finished art not only places her high in the musical world, hut serves as an inspiration to all her students. .-x. O Ill' IIIHIIIIITII' S!"Z'f'Illlj'-fl-'Z'G - " I BH!! s . . '-,- LW: J J' ' faziaiiiig-Ev lili fr-1 Y Q ---- : -llt --"Ji -it if D.2?fg'f'W'I?5.f? qhe .illlraqe ....i.l.. nj f 'i,,yjjg - 5 DAVI FIS STORTZ 'I'l IOM ,PSOX IIVFFMA R EAD Zi1'lI.17Cl'Sllllj i7i7i7C1!e kQllCll'h'? The Quartet is composed of Merlyn Davies, first tenorg Frank Stortzf, sec- ond tenorg Howard Huffman, baritone, and Torn Lawson, an ztccomplisherl bass. has taken the place of Toni Reid, who left school. Mrs. Grace Thompson is the popular and accomplished clirector and accompanist. Under the auspices of the Extension Department the Quartet has appeared on the University Lyceum Course in seventeen different towns throughout the state. Press notices from all sections of the state acclaim them as an outstand- ing musical organization. At the special request of Governor Dillon, the Quartet has renderecl selections on programs when he has made speeches. The organization has been very popular and very active in presenting the University to the people of the state. I . -f 1 iz?" 'f,.t2Mf-'fi Ono lzznmlrcri smfmzfy-.ritr Qf i faziicavfy A .. . W jf' .... A . -..., ,ve sjsefei Uhe 'mzraqe -"1".ii.1, ..: 5' 'LZ' 4923 1 f ff' "if 1,2 f.: ,jf ,Ula . a- ,. sf, ate. ,nal . v.:E:9::.-:XFLV-iz.-QV il, ii-L . 5 . psy --,J ,JA KAW . sag? i C'OMl'ANY D. 120111 ICNGINEERS Qfifzi fiilairy Company D, lZOth Engineers, N. M. N. C.. was transferred to the University from Las Cruces on March 2, l928, and was organized with titty-seven members. Since then the enrollment has grown to about seventy men, most of whom are reg- ularly enrolled students in the University. Drill is every Thursday afternoon from 'four to tive o'clock at the University. The Company is taken to summer camp at Las Vegas the first two weeks in June where the 111811 get some regular army training and experience. Due to the fact that last year was their first at camp the University men did not take any prizes in competitive drill, but this year it will doubtless he a different story as the Company can now be said to be made up of fairly well seasoned men. The national inspection was held on April the twenty-eighth when Lieutenant Cruse came up and put the Company through its paces. Inspection went off fairly Well with the exception of a f ew instances, but up to the time the book went to press no report on our rating had been received. , Enlistment is not compulsory, but the Company gives opportunity for the study of military science and the participation in military activities to those who are interested. -1 '9a:.t:....... - .Q Q -Q - - . 7- - . . . -was OIIU Izzmdrm' sczmirfy-friglzt fl g2zgf1 CcLilzO1fz5 A it ff Qfrpi--M , E 4959 it .,-,i1 ji BM " ig-W - ,wf?,x,e?fy Uhe 'mzraqe -f.1l,gf .5 a.,,,figf'ff ""4 SHATTFCK CH 1 LD ER S YAUG HT GIBSON HOURS CLARK CLARK FRENCH KOCH FER REE ROBINSON ll HZ EMEK RIQGILLIVARY MASTERS 1 3" ,' . 1030 if-1,-W1 J. XN'11,soN S1-mviau ,.,.,,,, ,...,...,,,,, E ditor-in-Chief IJAITL l'IASTERS ......, ,...... Composition Editor KIARY CHILDERS ....., ,,,,,.,.A,,,,,,, , Art Editor ,ili'I'IlR0 XKAUGHT .,,,,,,,, ., ..A.. Sports Enrrok FLOYD SHATTLYCK ....., .. ...,,, .... - ,..Senior Editor Hlium PIOIZRS .,,. ,,,..,,,, - .,.. I unior Editor JAY KOCH ..,,...... ,,A..,i S ophomore Editor IAIZRKDY' GIBSON ., .... Freshman Editor CVR!-:NA FIERRIEE, ,... ...... .......i... ..............., L f 2 mlendar :XiARY E1.1zA1z1sTH F 111-:NCH .... Nicums CI.ARK.,- .....,....,..i..,.i.... VAN CLARK .....,.. ,, - ..,.. JEAN NHIGILLTYARY ...... .... - ...w- , Cmnpus Editors Cioxnlssix Blzzmmlc, .,i... .-,-...- Glmcrz Romxscm ,....,.....,.. W. .,,,,,, W'11.I,AIucN12 Bkowxn, ,,.... - .,,, , I. WILSQN SHAVER Editor-in-Chief -E ttfttr 1 4 ABA Ona 1lll7Il'li1'!30i eighty , A - 1,4 1 , +2 .mmm - diN,NfxlvE5fwy' lfllqg ffl? Li" , Qi Q4 ' 1 'D ,XV 431. Y ,ii f fm! 15315: ..,, xv? 1 -:,... "::,. N f 1l Q? J Y Tift' B Rx 4 g JE..-...u..- . Nfafafaffev f , , - ' 'H'- 5," A X , M j I 91, 5 ' M W rr. f I F '. if ff 4 Lgf 6- U' A , V . , ,Q . . Y r -3 DAILY HIUIVNIJS RIILLER LAXYSON IIOLLOMAN ISKOXYN HENDON UISZ ICM ICK 13L'RDlCl.L - IKISIKICIC ROSENXYALIJ CISCO BERKOWITZ f17 f1fz 'I Q3 O X ' nu ga T, 1'11Qc'1'cm Iklmmk ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,, Business Nlilllilgtl' Illllilflfl' Cisco ...,.,,.,,,... Assistant Business M imager S'1'.xxLm' AULLIER ,,,,,,,, ..,.,..,,..,,, .,., S a mics Mzumgcr 'l'la1.l-'Am Hraxnox ,.,.,,,, NIONTIE ROSENWALD .,,,,, WALl.Acfla Blsmalz ,.,. JAMES Hlimllilf A-'A-- ' Aclvcrtisillg Szllcsmcu TOM LAWSON .,..,..... ..,.,.. XVoon1.xa,xF Buow Nv Rrcuuiax Blznkowrrz ,,...,...., X RUTH DAILY ....,.,.,,..,..,....., CiwseN1:noLYN EDMUNDS ...,,,, V BETTY HOLLOMANWWM Bunk SEIICSXYUIIICII Cilsouum BU1zn1aI.L, ..,.. .. T. I-Ilccmu Mom: Business Manager '- 14-dn Ona lzzmdrcd Cigllfy-011C , -f .Q 53.,v qwww-.a-E2-ivy Uhe 'ffl zraqe 5 ..'.. ig 'inr gff 'A'Q" Qfv, . ' V A V H um ' , 'FJ R , -'HV 0 if 1 .1 .Q 42? H' Q r, Q J , 3 .Y , V-, RL iq K 3, . 4 4 ' -1 7 c ANDERSON ELIJER BROXVN MILLER HOGINS B ARROVVS STUART CAKTE R Bl I LX ER f,fI.AKK GRAHAM: S'l'.N.,MM GIBSON UZ CWM ' in L GU! ' ,GQYZCO X, RO O RAY STUART ....... .......A.,...7Y..,.....,,,.., .A.,..,7.,,,,. . . , ...,... L.- ......,, ......,,,,,,,,. - ,,,,,,,,,,.. . . Editor in Umm NED ELDER 77.7,.,A. ..A.7.7 R Assistant Editor VAN CLARK ..,.,. . .,...,, ....,.- I -item-ary Eu mr STAN MILLER.-. ,.., ,7,..,Y,,,,.. N ews Editor WILLADEANE B ROWN ,, Society Edxtur XVILSON COCHRANE ...AA,, ,Sports Editor PHIL LEE ,,,,,,,, A.,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,, C olummst IJARLENE ANDERSONH, Fczlturc Editor ANNABELLE STUART. Exclmzmgc Edltux NEWS AIAYNUR FM' AICGEE CLARISS-A Blizmilclc I-QUTH GIBBS I1-:Ax S'r1RRfx'r DARLRNI-3 .ANDERSON Lmmls AIICHNER GWEN EUMUNU5 HAROLD GORE Rulfus CARTER S TA If If LIQRUY Gmsm: LIICILLE Com-'lax' DOLORES TAYLOR M ARY GRAM-1 CULVI N lfLuR1eNc1-3 PR12N'1'1c14: A-XRNULD BAUER jour: TRO-IA Lois SHomx,x1ucR FRANCES IXNDREXYS JANET Cfxslc MMU" NOONANN' """"""""" Sxzciety Rcpmters . Biassua BELL ....,.... RM' 5'rL'AR'r Editor-in-Cllicf rEiffai,f! 5 :f:1'fx:fi::f-:.'.-1. ' "" ' -Q -QQ . ,J I .f 4? . R.. One lzvmzdred ciglzty-two ,, ,'-Qi:-3,-i5"Tx.'+ Q' ,- Q9 L- , . 7 -4-- Q J 1 -r . .:,i,Q gif Dkxfifxiixb .1'. ur l, .ff 415 1-4 , TRIGG MCGICE S'I'l12R.X'l' DICYINIE GIBIZS GONE CASE OFITIVICR C'I.liAYIiS JOHNS ICDMUNDS ELI.IO'I' Sl-1A'l"l.'L'Cli BAKER YXVIZU l-U QfZfZG.Y'1-CO !7O BUSINESS S'l'AlfI? L'HARLIiS HICKMAN ,. Business Miulagcl' CRITCHELL PARSONS ,.,fXSSiSfZl1lt Nlilllklglfl' CHARLES JOHNS ,,. Circulation Manager JAMES BAKER .,..,,,, ,,,,,, . -Xclvertisfng Manager JEAN GILLIVARY ,,..... ,..,,,,,,.A ..,.,.. , S1 " ROBERT OFFICER ,.,.,. ull CIIARIJQS PIICKJUAN Business Mzumgcr D . -,,v,' -1 :::.,:4 sm .,,,. - . - A. One lzznzdrrd ciglzfy-tlzree f , -.J - -whfb-nf? Uhe77'lzraq6gQ ,'A. iii .3 9T30f l 1 -'-- QQW7-7 Y 'V 7 . ' 4a. l gl W an y Q ? i 'Ill' lclverfzsers 'Ql In the pages that follow you will see the g aclvertisements of Albuquerque merchants W who support your 'LTniversity. In return My they solicit your patronage. As you reacl Q W the razz section we urge you to observe the l gg aclvertiseinents as well, in order that you g may acquaint yourself with all the firms that X make this hook possible with their cheerful V M subscriptions to this goodwill advertising. Yi XV hen you have something to buy, remember them, for they have not forgotten you. l , 1 ,. y Kim . . QW? 02?-f'Y jE? l ltti,?, w'iLQ"i1'Yo-v Ona lzzmdrvd eiglzfy-foul' CZl7Q7f'ZiS1i7fLg . 1 A' gn- T fA 'm .. .. ,.F.1.. Lf' 'I I -i, 9 3 QE The Store Built for You H6 Text Books Drug Sundries Engineering Supplies ' Stationery Classroom Accessories Kodaks Sporting Equipment LUNCI-IEONETTE. and FOUNTAIN SERVICE. CWQ trong's Book tore Main Store Just Across from "U" 3 I 6 West Central I9 I 0 East Central . ,: ' One lIIl'lldI'C'U' ciglzty-s1'.r My , ' ' ,-1- rct S 'e it fee! S252-ybeji' Clhe nlll'Llq6 fi-iiV.'.F,I..V. .. :rt Ph .,,,g3. ff '4Vxf "" ' 9 Sept: Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept. Sept Sept Sept Sept. GZIXCIILLI7' lO-ll-The hulls of learning are again opened to those seeking higher knowledge and other things. l2SClasses begin and the main event is on. l2-Incidentzilly, the sororities are rushing-of course, you hzidn't no- ticed it. 1.3-And the mud rush continues--don't crowd, girlsg yon'll all get at least one cute one. 1-l-lVe're still ehztsing' those darling' Freslnnen. 15-Hart, Shztffner, and iX"lEI.1'X attend the Bid Day Teas. Where are the traditional Sig trieyeles? 19-The faculty goes pienicing. 20-President Ziinniernizrn and the faculty receive the student body in the gymnasium. 21-lllTO1'tZ1l'lJO21l'Cl'llD1Jl'CSSCS the Freshmen women with 21 luncheon at the Yorkley. 23-Independent YVUIHCII drink tea in Sztrzt Raynolds Hall. rvfisf::::"i:i'f::::""':'-::::::ifffi:T"ff'A: A Al:'A::::'-:'A'A'Af 7 l if :E 1: Ig 1: :g Message to 1: :, ' O 3: UHIVCTSIKY Men and omen 55 P 4, lg 4, lp 1. Past Present and Future t 4. 9 'v 1, jp 3 For so many years that most of you will not remember when they began, li Matsoifs has tried to render a very special service to students of U. :I if N. M. We have tried to carry everything you need for study and for if ft play. And in 1928 we opened our branch at the University for your It convenience. In the Mirage this year we want to thank you for your jr if business, to say that we appreciate it, and to pledge you that we will ti 1: give you the best service which can be given in the future. Students- 1: old, regular or new-are always welcome at lVlatson's. 'n :P 'I u 5: MATSON'S gg fi 206 WEST CENTRAL l8l0 E. CENTRAL - in P P I! ,E .E E. -, , li 1- :::::v-:: -::::::-:Q-:: -AA- ::--:::22::li?li QT:J . . E 'i One 1IIllIlfl'ClI' Cfjlllj'-.YUUGIIV Q' she wlfdqa :'ffVQ'ff.L? 4:7 5? 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' "" .rnlraqe :....f.L.i Lit , ..,. .- Sept. 24--The Seniors do a little electing--Floyd Shattuck will pilot this select group the coming year. Sept. 25-In like manner. the juniors ballotg Riley wins. Sept 26-The Sophomores go in for bigger and better men and elect Maurice Lipp for their guiding lig'ht. Sept 27-The Mirage gives its annual Popularity Ball, and a darling Blonde car- ries off the honors. Sept 28-Kappa Alpha installs, banquets, and dances. Congratulations, boys: here's to you. The Lobos trounce the Freshmen in a pre-season game. Sept. 29-Phil Lee daintily serves cigars at the Sigma Chi Smoker. Oct. 2-Rita Dilley honors the campus with a visit. Oct. -l-The Alpha Delta Pis give a tennis dance. XVhat a racket. Oct. J-The Lobos win from the New Mexico Miners-without a doubt. Sigma Chi Informal Dance at the ranch-no casualties reported. Chi Omega Fall Eleusinian celebrated with a picnic in Bear Canyon. Oct. 6-Chi Omega entertains Kappa Alpha. f::::::i:::::"::::-'ffi-'tif::":i?i'jf':i"::"fif::::::":fe" 1, 11 1, ,I 1, I1 1, ,1 1, ,I Ig -I 1, 'I 1 Phone 343 Q: l 1, 11 1, ,I ii 41 1, :I 1, ,: in 1, '1 1, 11 1: . 1: 1 tora e Com an 1 I, 41 1, 11 I1 l Ig "SERVICE" 1 I 1: S 1, '1 1, '1 1, ' tr I' it l . 1, IZO-l Z2 John Street Albuquerque, New MCXICO If I If fi ll -ll - - -f -f f- -U ll 1,-: ---A ::::::-:-A:- :::::::::':::::::-A:::-:f::.-:::::: :::::::.i Om' fIlHIll,7'L'l7' eiglzzfy-wine 'R rFg?f5Qg-QJ'ZgE?5?gg: - fog C99 .I 2 i Clhe 'flhruqe :.,..f.Lf'..: ' .1,,,..11if'f" Ein-'rrrfitjiirfirr' if ""'- , :'ritrr f' rrr'firf:i:'rrrt'7 5:7 If 'r Il Q R A N E " V r Plumbing and Heating Materials 'i VALVES - PIPE - FITTINGS I For Domestic and Industrial Use .I lr Crane-O'FalIon Company . Denver, Colo. It ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEX. ft -EL PAS-O TEXAS Ig PUEBLO COLO. ff GRAND JUNCTION COLO. :I CASPER WYO. .I 'r Crane Branches in all Principal Cities Visit our Exhibit Room, 6l2 N. 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Mortarhoard gives a benefit bridge. t Hope they dou't spread the fererj. 14-The Kappas gather round the banquet hoard to celehrate Founderis Dar. 15--.Xlpha Chi also honors its founders. 16-'.l'he Snialhnan a Capella Choir entertains us. 19-lXlo1'tarhoa1'd lunches the Senior women, and l don't know why. 20-l'hi Mu officially opens the new mansion. 25f'l'he Dormitory Ciirlies entertain in the parlor. 26-Alpha Delta Pi rakes in the pesos at their Benefit Bridge. X 30-"Dr. Lazarus" is presented at the Kiino-let's have more Jack Simp- sons. 31-lVe are hosts to the N. Mex. Educational Associationg watch 'your step, teachers. Compliments of the Albuquerque Gas and Electric Company if Phone 98 EE 'iAt Your Service M li. 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A. 2-The Pike Brotherhood get together for zt good old fashioned formal- and morning came. 7-l1Vell, it's snowing-where are your goloslies? 8-lletu Sigs put over Z1 Kid Party. 9-Phi Mus turn the Country Club into :L Monte Carlo. ll-Strip drops l'sy1:hology with :tn F, Carlisle Gym is dedicated. l5-Prof. Denton tells ns lliliy the Sea is Boiling l-lot. Sissy Sig lip fBridg'e li':trty. 16-The Kuppzts come to light with fl forniztl. 22-llie show the grztds zt real pep meeting. Nm. 23-Home Coming Game Celelmrfltion: l :30 P. M.-Parade. 2:30 l5'. M.-Ai'izon:t llilclcats vs, New Mexico Lobos. 6:50 .li,.ll'l.+1Xll1l1111l Banquet. 8:30 l'. llfl.-Student Rody Dance. Then cznne the dawn. f::":::::":ii:::"ii"-i"'A:':: """ f::":":::' ' :ffiififf 1 11 1, 1, 0 5 TI . l U N 1 The Dlamond Coal Co. 1 ii If 121 Albuquerque, New Mexico 11 :I ll :i :f 1: Miners and Shippers 1: 'l 'r q t 4, 0 4 3 Dlamond Gallup Coal :Q 4+ , 'I 7: Domestlc and Steam 1: 1, 1, S S 1 1 EE :E ' 1 11 5 l 6 i 5 0 0 l 'I l S l lr 0 L QE MINES AT GALLUP, NEW MEXICO ERD EI ,,,,:::::::,,::,-,::::,,,,,,,::- -::,,,,-::,,,:,:::::::,q . . f Q' 1 Ont' 11u11cF1'z'd 1z1'111'f'y-l'l11'r'r -'-' -'fi . . . ' k ' ,A,, ,.,,A. offs-,xkeffmf Cfihe 'lllzraqe 1. hill, ..: 93 QzgfVx,N,N Q-::::.-:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.-:.A::::::.-:::::: ,V . c. cc or were cc e- ctic 4, , 'r lr 'r gs ou can always ig Qflepencl on EE if ' 'llllllllllllllllllflllllllllllllxl :ei Ill miami 35 ii. More A 1' 1 ,lllnllllllll ii :Ei " JUST BETTER-Tl-IAT'S ALL Q- -v-.v ......v... J ::.-:::::.-:::::::::,.-:::::::::::::::::::::: lr 4 flying Ambulance 1 1 I ll This service has proven its value to those whom we have servecl. Two of I I Il the three flying ambulance calls we have answered since November 6th were r ln 1 emergency calls and in both instances a life was saved. l 4 :i A telcplione call or wire will bring tlic Blalcemorc-lixter Flying Ambulance to 4: your field with the least possible delay. NVe will be glad at any time to explain 1: this service to you for your ccjmnsiclcration. 'I lr ' llI.RIilfl'llllllf-IZX-l-lfll v li Flying Ambulance l'I0l'tlIill'y lllotor Ambulance 4 1: 216 Sollth Arno Street ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Phone 232 lu 1 I 'I 'I lr 4, . lr :r I 'I 'i lr lr Ill 2' ,, , , i, g A - cle., ' , . ,-,-.ip 3 V ' :il .4 4 Q22 "iff-.'i', ea-a'w.ii I lil if O6"5'i"4"'!' . -4. One lzzziznlrm' iziizviy-fozri' l i , .. .T2:.:1:ii?1L?' 5 ' 5 . .5593 E X to . A E Eg . ,,,:,.,,,: vllvl Z A . O f., Iiwvfxy 5 Q - L ,,-5: rm-h,. r - Q7 I ,. 1.1 il f..y..ffn. 2- . Nov Nm' .27-Kappa Alphas go to the movies. . 23-Thanksgiving Day. Lobos tie Lombard. Sigma Chi Struggle, 4Can't say what the girls were thankful for.j Nov Z9-Kappa Sigma Conclave Danceg all injured recovering. Ambassador l5loughton lectures on Foreign Policies. Dec. 1-Christmas is a comin'. Dec 5-The illustrious l-'hi Kappa Phis initiate and banquet. Dec 6--Heaven help our pocketbooksg another benefit bridge-by Independ- ent XVoxneu. Dee 7A'Dance of the Forty Thieves, and representatives, by Sig lips. Dee. 10-Kappa Sigma Founders Day Banquet. Dec 12-Beta Sigma Omicron Founders Day Banquet. Dec l3mr-Xlpha Delts give sumptuous Crystal Ball. Dec 14-Futuristic Formal by Chi Oinegas Qand Kappa Alphasj. Dee. 17-Football team leaves Emily Post with the soup, and enjoys the rest of the banquet. ffr-Afrrrir-:0::::::::r A:::::::::v v :: -v-v-:::::::::::::f, 1, ' fe f f re g 1, 4, lp 1 1 ,I l 1: 1- lf- +I 4 lu 'r " V ll' P ' ' C 1' 4, I 1, El Lflflt I'1I1t1I1q 0. 1: 4, 4, 1: 1NeoRPo1:ATIzn 41 4 4 4 l .. . ' Ig 203 Wes'li Gold Avo. IL 4, 4, ft It 4, 4, 1 1 :F 1 3 u I 1, Better Work-All the Time ig ffl 1E ll It 1, 1, 4 41 12 4 4 :V 11 L ig- ,..,g,::giixug31Q31.,,l iiLi,4,-,.,T4gj .. 'fl?fi5:fI'l' -", fist- 1 if 55 H X :sag- 5,e4Q6g-Rego Om' 1IlHIll1't7tl lIiIIt7f'lX'-vffill? P 4 - T, .N e aff? wQf4 395- 1152359 rf gre.-e new ff -e . 7 ff A 'iff 1 -Q93 N -.,1 ' f S,-srferfrj qhe 'fn zraqe up ,Q if '1,' M" 93 6,X,mfQ r:::-- :::::---:::::: +:::- --A-- ::-f::::: -::::::::::::::a 4, i' ' ' ' fi' ' - " f 4, 41 41 :I ii YI It I' I' +I 4 4 4 'C 'I 1, 1, 41 41 ., E. J. MARCHAN ., 41 41 41 41 41 1 5' A1 il 3: General Lantractar ': P 1, 1, :I 11 :T 42 I: Albuquerque, New Mexico QI If 1: 4, 41 I1 l It 5: 4, I 1, 41 1, 1 1, ,i Y 7 M7 Y Y ,Y Y , YY, 41 1,::.-- :- ::::,::::.A -,,::::::,:::- - :ee -.-:::.-.-:een f::::::: ' -- -:i::: ::::f'::::::::::::i'if:::i::'L-T' 7 1, ,1 1, ,1 1, ,I 11 4 1: EDWARD LEMBKE CHARLES I-I. LRMBKE 1' 1: 1, ,1 I1 4 1, : 1, ,: 41 5: Edward Lembke 81 Co. 1 nf fr 4 1 I' 4 ,I General Contractors , I P 1 Q 324 N, Third 51. i EE 4 :E Albuquerque, New Mexico 1 4' ii :T 1: 4 5ff-- ra n ,,a,:,a,,xJ ran l:3l5.i ' ":4 ' - K f f-sk. ,-we - 3 Q-Qfm-fe.-fe.-gb 0110 1111 nrfrvd llillffy-Sf.l' . .--ef mfs? ' 5 - fgiifsei "" ELA, L..-.E-E Kfxkbmfxj :Ike llZ'tlq6 5. ..i.g.f' ..:' '45 Dec. 19--Student liody Christmas Party. As usual the Kappa Sig Kiddies Carri off the prize, but who cares? Dee. 20-Alpha Chi IYinter Formal. Dee. 21-Kappa Sigma Dance-you'll have all vacation to reeuperate. Holiday recess begins. Ian. 6-Recess is over, and the grind begins again. jan. 9-Theta Alpha lfhi presents The Wfild Duck. Ian. lO-I'i K. Afs turn Chink and another Hi ,links is a part of history. jan. ll-Sigma Chis recover and stagger through a formal. Jan. l3-Iioshare IVIUll'l1'11Cl'S present The Star of Madrid over K. G. G. M. Ian. 15-Freiburg Passion Play. Ian. IS-Basketball season opened with Lobo vs. Sport Shop Five. Ian. l3-24-Closed Season. jan. 20-24-XYe wade through exams Ian. 28-29-Registration. Feb 2-Chi Omega Open House. Feb. 7-London String Quartet Recital. F:::::::'A::::::::::::':::'A:::::'A'::"::::fi'::::'A,i-::.:T::'T:. 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U U H lf :E GALLUP , 1, The Store of Service 1 4, 4, ,:, , ,: HAGAN , ,4l ,, ,4 EE Drugs, Sundries, Toilet Goods N 'I I: Johnston and Whitman Candies 1, ' 4 I EE l I:0lll'ltalI'l SCl'VlCC I I I 3: Prescriplions our Specially i 4 , ,4 ,4 4, '4 4, :I Free Delivery Phone 25' 1: 4 4 4 :E Corner Central ancl Cornell fL-....,ie ' -il - IT! li Qigtlgi l,3g,, n ' ' f f ,.,,,,l . J '," i"', . . . . rv - . . . , Ona lzuzzflrrzl Illllffj'-Clgllf ,Af ' . , -are x. - , ,"F" , 'Ni ,Q 'f' 'if'i'K-?gf -YA... ,, i 4 ' f "iff 2 EEA-1 ' Aria ii' ,,,. -N ., be -ff fag, 2-,xfxavefei She 'illzraqe f,..r.1.: f..,.:.1g'i 9,3 , ' f'm 4 Feb. 8-lflell Wieck llop-Sig lip Pledges: nuff said. Feb. 12-The Lobos show Del'aul U, how to play real basketball. Feb. 13-The Arizona Glee Club Concert. Feb. 14-Chi Omegas drink tea and dance to honor St. Valentine. The Kappa Sigs inust have their fun too. Feb. 15-The Alpha Delta l'is hop to the tunes of their hearts. Feb. 18-University Assembly Dance. Feb. 21-Co-ed Daneeg the Cox sisters put on an act. Feb. 22-lN'asl1iugton's Birthday-Panhellenie gets patriotic and gives a flanee Feb 28-Memorial Services for Dr. Charles Coan. Mar. 1-The Mirage Beauty Queens are picked. Mar 2-The Dormitory Girls hold open house. Mar 3-Fi Kappa Alpha Founders Day Banquet. Mar. 4-Phi Mu also honors its founders. Mar. 5-The University's oldest grad, Dr. Douglas johnson, visits us. Mar. 6-The faculty show us how it's done at their Minstrel Show. f:::'::fT"::i::::f'A::::::':: jf f'::::f-':::::ffi:ro-'::: ':::iif7 'i 'P 'i fi 1: We Wasli in Soft Water 1 4 l 7 4 I Ig 15 ,g P. F. lVlcCanna, Inc. 3 7 S 0 i' il E i bl' h cl less i ' ,' ,i s a is e 31 Hmltary if 1, 1 fi d 'I 'I 1 ' 'b 'I 4 1: Lawn ry 11 .' Bonds I 4 I: 700 North Broadway .1 I: 1 1, ' in 1, Insurance 1 if Albuquerque, New Mexico 4: 4: 1 1: 1: 1: Real Estate 1 'P We will give your laundry our " 'F ' if personal attention Money to L0-an ' 'l 'l 4 'I 'r 'l 1 'i RUTLEDGE. 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'27 Next to Combs Hotel 4 , 4, I : rxgizzi i,,, ,.,,,g4.,,,, A -g,,,f, E:f::'-:::' -AAA :::: ::::1T Ef::::: -:::: '::::' :'A'ff'Z I: 4: 1+ I: 4: :I 4: 0 0 Il 5, uquerque 15 5, Chet W 1II1ams 55 4: 4, 4: 5: Mortgage Co. if 4' 11 55 I : : 4- Co ege : 4' 300 West Gold Avenue 'I ,: 4: 4, 4, 4, 4, 4: 4: : Inn 4: 41 REAL ESTATE AND :Q If HC H , H H 5, 3, LOANS 0 egzale angout r I 4: 4 Ig I' :Q HOT PLATE LUNCH II: 4, 62: Investment 4 4. I4 :I u . 14 SODA FOUNTAIN 4 Certlficates 1, 1, 1: l 4 C I I 4 just off the Campus , ' F' cl 4' . 4: UC an asua ty nsurance 4: Very much the center of things 4: 4, , 4, I 4: 'P 4: 'P 4 - -4 . 4 4 , 11 N. BOLJLE, Pres. I, , Meet the Bunch ,E 4, R. H. KIRK, SEC.-rI1I'CZlS. 42 :1 1. iI j: ' - Kg- L 'i - ,E ii. ,ill 7 Z Y Z gil Q wg Two lHHld1'Cd two - ., . ae 'ge' 539' .,,E?,x,E,S,w2:' Clhe 'fllzraqe vc Mar 7-The Intlcpenclent Men give a real dance. Mar 14?-The Engineers have their clayg it's rumored that they gave a cl lnte Mar. 15-The Kappa Sig Seniors go slunnning in the haunts of their lowei class brothers and think they're having a big time. Mar 22-A nice, quiet Sigma Chi Dance. lX'liZ1.l' 28-lntlepentlent XVOIDCII Dance. Mar 29AKappa Alpha Dance. Apr 1-N. Mex. Aggie Glee Club Concert. Apr 4-Bonelli Concert. Apr 5-l2veryborly's cloing it: Kappa Kappa Gannna lnstallation B Chi Omega Founders Day Banquet. Alpha Chi Omega Informal Dance. anquet. Apr llilhe Sig lips cut some capers. .Xpr 12-Dormitory Girls Dance. Apr 17-The Stnrlent Body again gives a black and blue celebration. Apr 18-l'i Kappa Alpha Spring Forrnal. E,::::'-:fl:::'-":::i:l""if"',E V:::::::::::ifT'f::jffA I ji It Pays to Buy Genuine l 2 ii , The l FORD PARTS 5' 'i if :E 35 tronq Mortuarg l I' DONT gamble when You l 1' Established l882 :l buy Ford parts. Get the jr 1: 1: genuine-the same goocl 1: :I parts from which your car 1: . :1 was originally assemblecl. :1 Our SCTVICC 1: Then you are sure of sat- '1 1: 1 - - lr 1 E I ,I isfaction. See us for the ll ,I Xce S 1: big and little jobs ancl for if :1, ceiling and greasing. We'll 11 '22 J, keep your car like new. :1 1: 1, 1 1, 1, 41 1, lll .211 ' 'i'1", ll ll 11 .'1 11 HARRY O. STRONG - ' ,I OREN W. STRONG 1, Directors 5: Fulwiler Motor co. Zl l North Seconcl Street ,I soo W. Central Ave. Phone 750 1 l Albuquerque! N- M- lll,iLZ.141.1.44-,,1.,,1Ti:,.i li , ................. - - - - 3 452.55 52-CIQ- 4fa,JvCo Tron lrzrlztlrefi fllrec A 1 '1 1 '1 41 1 1 1 'P '1 - .. -. 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Hlgh T E L E P H 0 N E 2 5 7 :I .--o o 1 lf .. o -Y If 1, -:-: --:f :-::: -- A 1,::--::::::::::::::::::-:v-: J f :::":'A ':"?: jf Wfi-T-':::::::-'-':iffj-':':"" 7 1, 11 1, 1, 1' l-l dw " " ' 1, 11 :, 1 1 31' are b IB 1 1 1 1 u an Q ms. 1 I 41 :E Tools and Cutlery 1 1 ', 1, '1 1 1 1' 32 :I , 151 , 1, Qualzty and Style 1 1 I ,' I 1' Clothes for Men 1, 1 l 3. : and " 1 P 1 1, 1 1 l 1 '1 1 ' Youn Men ' The Raabe CKZMHUQCI I: 9 : I, , '1 1, Q Compang 11 I, 3' ll2-l I4 W. Copper Ave. , 11 E 1, V o 1 'L oe- ee oooo 1 1, :::::::-:::::::::v :J 1,,:::: ::::J Two hzuzdred four' '1 H-fzfffhv FifLk?r ff ?iH?a??5igfWfTm2? ,vwfwfsefy Clhc 711 zraqe 2 .'.. fe. ..: ie 96 -sfqexf-:feat Apr, 18-19'-Spring Recess. Apr. 22MSigina Chi Founders Day Banquet. Apr. 25-The Kappas again come out of their shells and give a dance. Apr. 26-.Xlpha Delta l'i Dance. May l-Faculty Party. May 2-Alpha Chi Dance. May .u-The llhi Mus also go stepping. May 9-XX-'e juniors treat the honorable Seniors. May 10-Chi Omega Formal. May May Student Body Strut. ll-Kappa Alpha Picnic. Sigma Chi Mother's Day Tea. 15-Alpha Delta Pi Founders Day Banquet. Alpha Chi Omega Installation Banquet. Mav 16-Si ma Chis have to dance avain. , g :D rrrrrrrrffrrrrrrrf::iiiiii:T? ?::::ifi?:::::::::::::i?:: l I l 4' Standard Custom " 'l , U if Eight Eight Lower Prices Style Alnmys 1' 'I 'I 4' 14 :4 P P ll Packard Motor Cars :: 1: 4' l 'P 'I . f :E 41: ft Oslev S0 If 451 fl " 4 4' 4' 54 Roland Sauer and it if ,mmf 55019 4, 4 4 Q: Company if 25 :i lf: Smart Clothes for the 4' '4 'h F23 University Girls 1: Qt ft 51 :F :E i l :Il Fifth st. and mom Ave. 14 :I l 4 4 l I J l09 S th F th St t il Albuquerque, New Mexico 54 :4 ou our me l I P JE I: I: ,gQQ3Z:::::QQg,,:,,- ,,,33,4 b::,::,"wl:::,::::,:::::: 4 Two 1lIl1Il,l'I'll' five J ' 4. ,W15EiWf?Q5w9NgFgi3: 1 1. , A ,,. 4 4mWwwfammH+' ' :wear--24 535 ' ""' N' :W 1,f:1i1'f 1fA' A 'H ,xhfgil m4 fo -Qfffffw I AJ-it! 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' ' 01 1: ' W' YC 1 Gifts pormmty. mflgycgr Uuivcrslfb' trallllqb 1: Chllla a 41 '4 itablfi 11211 ,-muitics 444r ,, 1. ,Ve have Sales 11111111 'Uuhmml' in- . es - -1 we 1 ' 4: Electrical I vfyllllg lueu of COIN " H . , .CI-2 , . N 1: wgrity and PUSH L1 1iv1:rsitv and HX' 4 1 41 4. ' 'fl1"' I 'b - - 1- nd 1 1 I mlluu E 1 gl- ,g 5111 14 353 rlif,-gitv Sllldelllg HW 111111 S ,1 1, 1, UNMC - -n uizatioul 4: 41 4' ill our mga . - 1 1 mdcl' 1, 44 14 , U NAT. U' B a rffofr. 1: C0 11 AHCU '32 if-1. . . 1, 41 1'Q11rg'Q T- ' '- 1: M, '23, - P 'Q ,Q f., fl J IQOTIJCI SZ lgick I3?ci,.CL1QY.Mn '34, 120111111111 ' ,i . . 1'L , 1 " -:- :E Korber Block 11041444 A 3Q,,,-:.-:,::- 41 41 ' 1: H 5::,.2:s 4-f' :1 4. 2AQ,Q:-A-':::'v 4 :ifh ,, " fqgEQgx4 ,.,,1 AQ? "'-'- I . -7' "ZS Q 27 1 ,MM V 'ffm 1111111171111 545 .f,, 'JE - ' 7 . . 'mf fix-?f"' fi' Q' - 'si ,S-ffsffiiivs, E ,l ss Q4-4"l - B ,Nw . ,, . V ,mf-i.,-,,f,, 5 rj,-1 - Q, .-.L-V ...,..,.p W Y -vsjzvfv Uhe 'Hlzraqe ssaioris-, 943 - x-smxfx May 17-Beta Signm Umicroii Uzmcc Lobo Staff Feed. l I I 'i I May 18-29-Closed Season. May 24-29-Examiiizltions. May 30-Memorial Day. june 1--Bzicczilzmrezite Services. june 2--Commencement Exercises Adios. Vfi':::::ffjifi , :::"'if '::::?jififi:fif: ,,fi:::: 4, T 4' o..A. ., E 0 A :E -V , ... lll' ,, A IVQ. 4. 1. ,..,A.: 1' J -," 3 '1"1 Q55'g:.:1I3' iw-A-W4 'f,f- il ...:.,..-.. qQVfil?'akff9 S ll C 1: : UDP V 00 lv , ',.' 4 -1-- - 'SQ' A,,, A A . if ,.,.,.,. ,,..,L ....,.., cj TIRES - TUBES - GAS - OIL. Ig ,.,.,, , TIRE REPAIRING ' -Q-A gl Phone 727 332 N- 3rd St- i,,,::,::,:,,.,:,:IL:,: ,- :: -:QZYJL :'l3:2ll,:::::gi: : ::,-:: ,.: rf:-':::: ::::i7 fi:ii:'H:ii::::f::::::::: 3 il 1' 4: 14 ' 4 r 4 l HWS l it I, B P Ii 1. 0 0 :E G h Incorporated , room ouses 44 1, 4, "4 4, i it-i Cut Flowers P I fi Corsage Bouquets cmcl fl I QI Plants of all 1' rc kinds 5: ' if 4, I 4, A I . X, ii '1 44.Y.,ffll0wciiNGPfACHf5,,,,,i 4, i :I 4, 'xI'lllllll lllll"' if Greenhouse display up-town. 4, r 4, 4 44 4 if Exclusive Distributors 4 '4 4 jf, 218 W. Central 912 S. 4th Sr. 31 1E 1-1UNT'5 FANCY FRUITS Phone 733-J Phone 733-W S 1: AND VEGETABLES 4,, 4 2,L?!.llg::Q3 :g:: ll li ,:::,::-.::::::Q1Q:::::3Q'-,: .- 2,1525 izk., 3 gf ffg, 42335, I -1f,f,. ieF Qfg-vgfko T-:vo 1114-Jlrlrrzl' S6"Z,'I?7I- fem-'V Uhe 'lllzraqe 5ijp12.i 1 C1191 141,e..,.-,1 if . , .L- l ' 'EFS QW E-. 1 1 A - N '4"" - 'X rj--1 -' Q .,...11 ' ' ,.4, .-.rx , V - 'iii 1 ff 1 LJ - 5 XRJX-X gkhx P P P '1 1 '1 ii':5fi::i:'--- ef: -ee-A11 11:-: --Ae ---::::-f,::iff,f 1: if 1 . 4111111111 ' f The Matthew 1 5 - - 111 In fv A . Dalrg . .1 1 ' Lv' ' in Nw? Established 1894 1' IJaStCl1I'iZCd and 4g::::i --:,:::L Raw Milk and 11 1 A:::::::::'::::::""'::' Cream 5 1' C C C r ' II New Mexico UlSlI'llJlll0fS UU S E 1: Incorporated ICE CREAM 1 1 1 11 Steel Building 11 1 Specialties TELEPHONE -2. 'I , 4 O 1, Phone H29 Wright Bldg l. , Y, X-, ,Y- W 7 ell lp , iw ,,.,- ,i 1 :::-::::.-:::::::::::::: .-::,x 4, ,,v-.-.-:.- .-:::.-.A:::,,,:,,,.-, :'-' ::'-'-'-::::::"7:ff,f'1E ?::f ':: 't' Afl- CHICAGO 1 4 COLLEGE OF BEAUTY 1 E' wtnnnnmo Teaching All Branches of I 5 1 -ui BEAUTY CULTURE ' I E gn E 218-219 RQ5cuwa1f1 Bldg. 1 I' -if 'IW 5 P S- Phone 1047 Albuquerque, N. M. 11 1 'lf 0 ., 3 MEMBER EH55 Permanent Waves 5155 1 4 Not given by students , '1 1, :""':::::::::"::::::""xxi lg Ask Us ff-:ff7E:i:i' - :::::""":::"jf About Om' SUNSHINE ff f Hnnn Fnnnnnn Il .1 Plan '1 1 T H E AT R E EC 5, 1 ,1 nsfssaatinn 1 1 C' BALDRIDGE 1 ,l 1 1 LUMBER co. "Consistently the Best" 1: 2-.-:LQ'i-:::L il 57 -Q-rv-: :::,,, -4,-.:,:" .,1..- 111. " 1--1 fi' .1 Two 11lI1IlfI't'fl aight' .-fa I ,17J"ixA'., .. 'fir , fi? Q- '31-exgg: - :.-'jf - , f if ff mm CJ' s .mas Q-,s-fs,-Nfma-2523 Clhe 7l1iraq65'TQ'Q'.2.f .re ""1 -193 g , ...1 't -KQKQMQQ sigma chi i. e., SllXlPLli CHUMPS Founded-? Number of chapters: Eighty-two too many. National Publication. "Bull-it-out." Color: Yellow. This bunch of tin horns get their name because they think they really amount to something on the campus. They always show their freshmen to the sorority houses but never have to show them the way out and home again. They have a very successful rushing system, inasmuch as the only man of sigma chi material that they missed this year was Franklin Rixey. We are told that these boys have a social standing on the campus but we are not prepared to make any definite statements. After a thorough investigation of this bunch of eggs we find them spoiled and unfit for publication. pi kappa alpha i. e., PUTRTD KIND OF ASSES Founded by mistake. Numper of chapters: Not a hundred, praise Allah. National Publication: "The Strayed l 'ledgef' Color: Faded two years ago. The Pikes did not have anyone on the lil. A. teams this year because of the new ruling against professionals. lt is a good thing these boys had a good big house this year and a couple of motors or they would have been cast into com- plete oblivion. t,They are not quite that yet.j lt is rumored that the Pikes v:l.-::::::'l:::f ' ::ifff'T::::: 'fl'::::::f:?ii:::::: 'A : '-::: '7 if QT 31 lg it lu CQ d 99 ' l' li HI' HIOHT HITS ft 1, 1 il L" fi :1 It for the lj: I 1, ff 41 1 l :I ll ' l Diserlnllnatlnq Young Man ill I 1, lp 1, '1 1, lp 1 41 ji ,N Hand tailored by a foremostqmaker whose If tt GL' name is a byword for STYLE. Five pre- 1: cisely righ-t models... 2 - qv . .c 1: conservatxve,double- f - E 1, f: breasted, University ' 1: jr styles i11 woolens it fi if 1, takses 350' to buy M EXTRA.HAN'fSglS6.QC't 1, :ll elsewhere. " -' ssl l I, '1 I: Dlontgolnery Ward 8 Co. fl 4 1:, 515-515 lI'esl Central Pholle IIISO lllbuquerque, Ill. lil. iL ZI:QIl?::::3Ql-,-illQ3:::::,-:::::e-,-:::::::,,::::li ,. ,fqfif ,.1' ag I QM- y Ttwz IIIHLITVCI! nine I I I I I I -flee? M - 1 -I - - we-,N-Jeff? Ffllze 'mzraqe 5.12.5 f:"' T" ' ' " ::::' ' :::'ff E5:::'-::i:::'A?ff -o::'j, I, II I, 4, I , I I I ' I I 4, New Mexico S 3, I ' 8 I I, I, I I: Best Q, I I I I II II I, I H I I Bartley Shop I II 'I II I, 'I lI II I, 'I 'I II II I ur ei. I, I 4 :E C011.vl'a1IlI'v in Touflz ll"ill1 ilu' I I :I I Sfyfc' Cz'lllL'1'.I' I, I, 'I H . H : V , ' - 1, . .4 'I 'Il II :II -5011-'-ll!! l Ulf' PUUII ll INN' '-I And lmtiuging the Smartest I l T , ,I I I I :E OH' PIIIISIIII Modes ot every season to I I I , V IE l the College Maid. I I I 1: I, I, I, I I, I, I I, I' I I Il: I, I II I 'I 'I I V 'I 'I I 1, 109-111 N. 4th St. ."XllJLIfIUCl'I111C 309 XV. Central .-Xvenue 4, I, I, I, 4, , 4 - U- I, I, l W L 4, ::v--A::::-::::::::::::-:: --::J cf:-: - - - - - ----------- :::,::4 E,f:::::f'-::' ::::::::::::' ,EE E::: ':: :f:"f:"" QT I, , 4 I, 'I I Ie IIIXIKLANID I I I fl S QI Smart I ' A I 4, 4, I 4 If III General Motors T I Lowest Pricecl II , I 1 mf-III it :I I " I, A b , , I II 'I I I for the C0-ed 'I ff "Superior lwC1'fO1'11lZ111CG,, 1, 4 II I l II fl Wfith a chic that will en- a I I I 4, Gut' A. SII11tlfl, Inc. I: ham her Cham- I ' I I ,' I I, I , - 4 Y I I, At a PIICC I :I 416-418 Hy' Coppel AN 6' that will glaclclen her ll, Albuquerque - New Mexico If heart' II I 'I 4, 15110116 491 F , :I I, II 4, ,I I, ,I I I I I I PI INTIAC 1: I I :I 4 ,Q Y II I: 1 'I I I , QI:-,-,',-.,.,,,,, , ,,,,,l I ,,1.gi1.gge:,g?f':,i323l t :'z'E?E?kS',fkJhi Two ' eIf,, sffef-Jeb 11 zrnclreu' ten of-ff fl - p-15'-.' MH M, , .311 , ,l lL - Q 3 3 1 J - wsfsf-sjsffii' Ulu: mzraqe Q"i".Q:.si .., if built the new house to accommodate both girls who will be at the next dance. They eat in the basement, we are told, in aneffort to get clown with their social and intellectual level. The authorities are considering throwing this bunch off the campus for lowering the standard of the fireek fraternity. , ' kappa sigma i. e., KIND.-X Stlljlili Founded through double distilling. Number of chapters not known but it is reputed that they are about to lap the Sigs. lvleeting place: Sigma Chi attic. Flower: tirapefruit tevery morningj. All pledges are required to keep half drunk because if they ever found out what kind of a lodge they were about to become a member of they would either commit suicide or leave school. No more town boys have been pledged but Brother Milner can be blamed for that. About all these boys can claim on the campus is that they are members of the student body. Brother Miller in his l.obo column claims he is going to start an honor system of his own but to get the whole-hearted support of the chapter he will have to get them to all go into seclusion. The boys have forty-nine pictures in the Mirage Kappa Sig page. no repeats. Brother Thomas reports that he is proud of all the boys. f:::::,: TAf ::::::::'A:'::f,'f',::::::::::'A:::::::fif:ff 'l l lf! gg Hahn Coal Compang ,ai Phone 91 Gallup, Cerrillos and Anthracite Coal Sli Split Wood, Fireplace Logs and Kinrlling jf 'Coke and Lime li 3gg5L....::,:Q,:, ,,::, Lge-:e-.-v.:v - .'::.-.A:l::QZ::::,-lig:::,,,ll ffgm2Kz?ef?Lf RLQ-fs-fuk: Two lzzzndrml clcwmz - 1- i,-:,ffe'1" ff--P1 "sf - QL I-ii? ,. eff-fe?-fs? Qlhe 711 zraqe' -1ffi.1, 5+ 913 6,x,x,v f::::::::::":f:"":::::i:f::f7 f"4':::":::::-Aii:r'-'-' AA---- fi:7 1 fi :E :E l ' 1 I :E T116 E There is always a Best Place for I, 1 ff COfSet and Llllqfijfifij Varsity Students to 1, 'r 'P '1 'I 1 sho 1 I I gf P 12 Eg Get Dolled Up 22 1, 4 1, 1, El HO-SIE-RY Our work is better because we try 1: 1 I 1 '1 1: READY-TO-WEAR to please. it COATS ,C It ,Qt 41 P 41 . 1 11 SUITS Q: P I 1 1: 13 . 1, , 4 1, W: if 11 if Varsitg Beautg Parlor SI II 4 'U 4 41 :I CATHERINE HILL 5, ,,, Barber Shop ,. 1, 302 W. cold Ave. QI Qt, ,-815 gms, Dwi, ,: 1, ,f . arvar 1 ,, Albuquerque, N. M. 1, ,, HENRY N, DAVIS, Prop. .E 11 s - 4, ::::: ::: ::::::: -A -:::::::-:::- - .-:::::::::::: F'fif-':i- :f::i::-' - :":7 f:::'T::' ' ' ::i':i' ' ::f:::::" :I 3-ix 1' Telephone 862 '4Better Service D' 2555225522-, I ' " :I 5' Q :I 1: '?:.2i - 'I 11 '1 1, ref 1 1. 1 1, 1 1 Q If 1, ' '1 I' Albu uer ue if Q2 il 1 q q 1 - . .... ,. . 1 ,, . ,: XX. H. PIC klfl I. Sec y K Mgr. : :I Natlonal Trust and 1 5, 1, 1: S . B 1 I Insurance, Real Estate F - 1 1 E: avlngs an Q E and Loans 'E :Q 5: 1: II 1 x 1, 1' 1 1' W 1 1 1: 1 1 1' :I 1' 'l :E I ': 305 W. Gold Ave., Albuquerque, N. M. 1 '1 1, in i,,,, :::3 li.-,,....,Zi42- g1.Q:,,-.,,::,LS I. ' ,-,I I Ea IVIA. Two IIIIIIIIITFI 1'?Q'cIvI? .. -. fifties .Z is-7.54 f Q ' 'aiir-:z9f'1l31F.ss. -.e-111?f+e-f"i":-ff' 1 L' -QQ? 'fi M . - .,.,, FL o f -.rf .,:-. 6 s- " 5 ,.-.., -' r . . , ffXf?jE he zraqe L. ..F.1. ij" 4:,.f,,,T,.ulhQ,, i"s,"'!4. sigma phi epsilon i. e., SC JM 12 PllCJ1'11.13 ESPECIALLY Founded at: tflfhat is part of the rituall. Number of chapters: More than you would suspect. Flower: Lily of the Alley. Motto: Grab a Good Man. The Sig lip boys moved this year for no reason at all that we see. except that they are trying to dog the steps of the Pi Kappa Alpha's. fpoor thingsj They have not been ashamed of Brother Russell all year, but are trusting that he will be able to hold up his popularity with the women until he graduates. These boys think they are a bunch of politicians, but since Brother Burns' ab- sence have not had anyone to brag up their demerits to the student body. It is true that they could look for better days but not for worse, because they have them right now. They never find fault with any member unless he refuses to wear the badge. kappa alpha i. e., Ki. JUNTR Y ACClDl3N'l'S Founded by mistake, but have not realized it. Number of chapters: One too many on this campus. Motto: .livery man rote for George. National Pub- lication: 1930 Mirage tthis yearj. This bunch of boys got on the campus the same way the rest of ns did ex- cept they were a little late in getting a national. It is better to have landed a ll r::::eff--':::::-'-'rrffirr:-'fr 'Y f::iffreefif-::f:::f::::::f 1 l, V Y jf C i Y qv I, lr I, lp 3 :1 gg Braeburn 1: 1, Jl 4, O . 4, il gf Q: University Q: fi l if tl l Chester T. French gl fl Clothes l I' 4' I :E Advocate of l I ATHLETICS for lr I: 1 1, if 1 and Ig Young ig l: SCHOLARSHIP Men ll 1 jf ft fl li ll li ll it 'Q 1' 1 I1 1' 1' ll 'v fl li 'r ' ll lu ll l' ll l' l' +I 1. if MEYER st MEYER :I 5: :E if Albuquerque, N. M. if ll-g,, g,,,::.i,lllig,,,l ll i,3,z,i:::::.L1:4s2ggi,1r,,l Tivo 11111z11'1'ca' tlzirteczi :biz ww f, 711' I ,I IIII 5 ,ff , e zraqeeh.-. I e,,,3.e-, .,1. 193 .qkffe ': -:""::: :::':1::if?::::ifi1f fee--:-xxieifi-f::f::-fq 'P l,I ,II , 'I I, Q II, Bezemek Dairy 55 ill W 0 L Hawklns I A Universil Booster l' The Service Grocer N" y I: Authorized Agents for Battle Creek PURE MILK ANDI CREAM Sanitarium Health Food P of our own production CENTRAL AVENUE :I Il AT FIFTH STREET ll 'I I, :::: -:::., .-:::::,::,,:.-:::: Phone 1046, Albuquerque, N. M. ff ig PHQNE 593-394 ,, fl --A- ---A----A-A----- -J 'I 'I I, J A, l iiefii-oeifffirffiifjf E:-::::::-::::::::::::f::::? 'I 'l I i 'I Hall's Pharmacy I it Imperlal Laundrg if QUALITY SERVICE fl Cgmpang I, SATISFACTION II Itl I If Is a Part of Each Purchase I iAN7uquerque,s Finest!! E Free Delivefll Ii Phone E I, I Phone IZI Second and Gold l 47- l i,., , mf ,e ,,,,,7,,,,?'l Likrxfy ,la 'I f::- A A:::::::::-:::::::-A:::.x If e::: -:::::::.:::::::::l :.-::J rfif?-Ti-'i:::'i:f::::-':::::ij? Yee- - - -3ff:ifi1T II: lg ig 0 Il' D " 'n " IE 11' flffjvffi fjzzflzvulz l 'I 4, S The SOI! 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The history of the International is inter- esting inasmuch as they have had a struggle for existence from being kicked out of the Casa so often for eating garlic. That is one reason they live so far from the campus. They came to the campus with the idea of taking it by storm and in some respects they did. They pledged a man last semester because he had larvnffitis and could not say "no," and had a stiff neck and could not shake his J tv head. Beta Sigma Omicron- Ladies and gentlemen. on the right, the Beta Sigma house. The only com- plaint to make here is that they won't pay their telephone bills. It is rumored that the members pay rent direct to Royal Smith. their pride and joy. who beat the Kappas at their own game and wrested a Sigma Chi pin l rom the Great Moss- man, who has now become the patron saint of this sewing circle. The aristocrats ot the campus, too lazy to ivorl-1, too proud to beg and too conceited to recognize their own faults. pigjfifiiiffff-A37Iii!fillIiiiv-I-77555555:::::::vA:::::::::::4 qt" 'W' ' ' Hi " 'WW W W" ? 4+ 1: Many students of the "UH each year attencl the Albuquerque Business :il College. Many are able, through the training receivecl, to help pay their way ffl through College. Stenographic Training is a great assistance to the student in in the lecture room. tl 4 1 it K FW if l ," , lu X ygyd' s l 11 MW!!! Ig I: J Q: :I Meniber cf Naliomzl Association of Accredited Commercial Schools 1: 'r :::::::::::::::::::::::::,,,:::::::::::,:,::::::::::::,,::J 'ri 4 N vi , 7 ,,,.,.,,l Lf- fiijlglf """"' 11LL"'if """-"-----"-"-""' -' -'-' --1 lp 7 77 7 'L+ Y at 'I 4, ffl New lVlexieo-Arizona Wool Warehouse Co. fy United States Bonded Wool Warehouse I1 Wool Commission Merchants Iii 1: Dealers in Hides and Skins lf: :gy 516-522 North First st. P. o. Box 493 1: Albuquerque, New Mexico ln l 'r llllsgsg-sssssssssss::lA3cl:::::Q,,,,sl.:I,il-g,I..,gel A,'2ELyg g ?Tfg-' 'A J-We Tivo fllHlCfI'l'Cf fifieciz 4552? QQ i?'?fff,e,,e H 1 sv-S195 Ulze 'fllzraqe -' .51 f'?ii:::::::if::':::::::::: " F: :-e -': :::::::: :::-:::::::::: 4 4, " ' " "-"' 1 'I 1, Y"'g7" ' ' ' f' fe 1 1, 1, 1, 1 'I 1, I: ,Y B , .1 Dance Programs ancl Party Invi- 1 fe are Ol' you a We w ll e. -1, 1: - - - A 1 - ,: May VOL, O.,-OW to be M bio. ag ,, tatlons for Fratermtles, Solorltles, I ' The , , e t ' P' L 1: ,: ancl other Student Body: ACtlVlllCS, A J 0'0' .' . 1: Cb 5 Prmtecl or Engraved. ', - . :I 1, I Hutchlgison lirult co. I II Lewis Printiu Co In ' I, ALL UQ UElxQUE ,: :I g ' 7 9- ,, Santa Fe Las Vegas ,I 205 E. Central Ave. Phone 486 I ,, .A 1, ,,,,,,,, Y 7, ,,,-t., L- . 'I 'I 9- - v ------ -v-..... - ::.-:::---J f'::::::::::::"::f":":::::ii'Q ffl:-'.:::':ffffixerfiiiifg'Y I ,, ,I :I :I ESTABLISHED 1884 I ' , I . , 4 . :, l M0 Thea fre : :, Alhuquelclue Foundlg Sr 1: 11 1: Machlne Works 1, 'I 1, Clncorporatedl , 4 7 v 1, : I ,: AIIICIICH s Fcuernost ,, ,: CASTINGS 1 , 'I 1 of all descriptions :I I1'1Cl1HIl Theatre 1: :I Engineers, contracting' ,I :, 1: , Supplies II 'I II: Albuquerque, N. M. 1I13,,,,:,,..,,,,,u,,::.-,:..,,,l LL-::QLQ-i!:I.4Ll.ZLl:l!5 f-:::::::::::.-:::::::::::: --: -'::f::::::-': -::::::-::iA::-f 1 I Albuquerque I I F 'I 'I 'I :I :I :I I I I 1, 11 1, . . . 1 1, 1 HE rlchest Clllld IS 15 Lumber Co. 1, : , 1, :, :, poor without mus- 1, I I . 1: Lumbey lcal trammg- 1 1 1 :I Cement II I 1, :I 'I :, Glass I Paint :I :I 1, I , 1: Wall Paper If 1: 1: 3: 1: 1, I 4, IL Q39 I: I1 - dliml, j I 1, 11 'I 1, . I 1, 1, , ff' 423 North Fl,-Sf sneer . . 1 - 1 I I I 1 :II f'MUslc Co. 1: Albuquerque, N. M. ,I ,: , 5-3 Jon. wzsrr CENTRAL Ave 1, I1 1, 1, Y Y - Y 1, 1,' 7,,,,,f, , ,, ..l b::-.Y v ,.,:,:,.,:,::::.-::::::::g L,.-.-::::::.-:::.-::::::::::: ::: sQg wfyea-efeso Two lzzmdrcd sixtcewz f .Ae wg' 1 ,M 'J Y "W if E as 499' r r au. mx.. !.1, ,. ,,.11 i ,, f ?E.f-:f,.,,-, x, I, if 'l vs? Q "K Jw 7, A C, ' "" N 'I r W- 1 ff" ,le -"'rL 4 , W .14 55333 E ft ,.,.- g. 4v--- gtg. ,,-,.. -- - ..,..-,, - -.. - ,fx J: sfsfefefv-ff' I he 'mirage :....f.L. 93 , ,-AQ - - f'-cf-ef-as Alpha Chi f,J11TlCg'Zl.-- Dear Mom 1 Oh, if you and Pa could only see your boy tonight. I was sure in some class society. I was entertained by the whole Alpha Chi House tonight. As you know they have the very best chapter of their sorority in the whole United States. Yes sir, it's a fact. Betty Beeson told me so. Shes one of them very democratic women. Of course she ain't quite as popular as she might be but she has three more years. All in all, well. you know how the Alpha Chi's are: sorta stealing the Alpha Delta l"i thunder, but their stock went up 16 points when they pledged AwFUL COFFEY. Yours forever, JIMMY BAKER. Alpha Delta Pi- They have high standard over at the Alpha Delt house, especially when they are choosng their pledges. They don't pick them for their looks. That's one thing they do not bother about, In fact nobody has ever found out what they pick 'ein for. They've had their hearts set on winning an election for many a day, because they cannot live on their past laurels too long. Why, the charter might even be revoked, so they put up Ruth Daily, the hottest one over there, so you can understand why the rest of them feel like warmed over pancakes. ffjiirirrfrir -' iifirfr-A-' -ir: 7 ffrrrrrrrrf-'hi-'rr-' -'efifvrii-' rv 4, l 4, 1, 4, l 'u :l 4, 1 'u , I 4, 4 4, . 4, 1- 9 1: :g Parzs Shoe Store 1: 4 '4 4, 4, 4, 'n 4, 4 4, ll New Mexico's Leading Shoe Store lf fl ll If ln ,I :I ll " ' 121 West C ntr l l' ll Albuquerque? QI C a fl 4: , l :u li 4: ll Community il lLl::Q:::.lQl2 ? 1i 4 lr ll Ifo tel f:ii r' r' -' -ei:i i Flxrfff ff -' -' -rf: '1 ll il ll CD1-AC ll ln 'es ' 4 lr 'I 6x"s9 " 'I L 1 so 's 'I It EW N N 4, ' I 4 o 4 :l Every Room an Outslcle Ro0m E m t ll g ll :r ll ff GYQQ All7uquerque's Exclusive Ladies' 4 l lil Department Store If D. D. MURPHY, Mgr. Rates 352 up :I 1: 1: lilo-. IDD- 'I J: I. I.- sl: L'::":::::::::-'::::::-':f:::::-A lr f::::::::::::::-':::::::::::J . , .V'V,'-'.-. ckfefrf- 'K E952-? .-fgfggQeo Tivo ll'IllIC1l't"U' .YL"Zf'0Ilft7UIl I gg I I H I v V ..-.1- :, I . , ,,,f.I.5.,' is . + - ix :zz .42 .41 , 1 ' + X he :....I-.L. I7 ?.II..fIlT,, , T:::':-':::?f::"ifi 'v I'fiif:::::::::-::::::-:::::: 'I II II I, ' if + "ni"-'-Y' I, I I -I I ' ' " E h' f h H I ,A ODER I I I Veryt mg ort e ome I M , I: Our complete stuck and easy pay- :I :I 'I ment plan make buying always Z1 :I I I I I I I I I II Q 1 II I, pleasure :It II I - , A A - I I I I I I I I I The Albuquerque I I I . I I I I Furmture Company I I III Fllll'ClllJC A. .Bowne 102 1-2 1'Ialrv1u'd 21345 uv- Gflld AVC- PIIOUC 660 'I,- 7, Y, Ti, L...-.L 'I IIYY, 'I 4,,,::,.A,:::,::.-.-,,,,,,,,::::,5 I,,,,,:::::.f:::.-,,:::::::::::,g Svj:-::::::fii:::-:-:::::-:: 7 f: ::::::.-::::::.-,-: ::: ::.-:::: .3 I I ' 2 7' II' IQIIIIIIIISIICII IQIIII II I ll 'I , X I I 'I II 'I 515 WC ,513 is ' 'I 'I II I MARBLE IVV' I QS I 'I I' I 'I " Q 'I 'I 9 0 I I Ave- . 5 e be I . k dl I II '-'Pig I ,,,,fg,-gg II I Fran Mm III Co. I 'I ex, R 172 I :I 'I ' II I I c.H5 ' I I fewelers-Dzamonal Merchants I . X X I I I XX I: I: Xvllill we say It Is, It Is :I I :I :I I I I I 'I " 'I Alb N M " WARD'S JUNIOR I uquefque, CW CX- lt 1808 linst Central Ave. Plmuu l7l I': IL ,,::,,,,,,,,:,,g..3:..,g::.-Ll ILg:g:,,3,:..,,::L,,,::,,:,::gl ETif::f:::::::::.-:::.f::::::ijT ?fi:::::f:ifi::::::.-:.-:::::Tz :II llznts C'lczmI:Il and Blncked ..... ..... Z Sc :I ll. A. lVlZlCPl1Cl'SOl1 G. XV. CFUIUD ::I I Suits l'rn-ssenl .................,... ..... I 'lc I P uf' I. t S . t. I ' I Il I I IQSIC Q11 acre arg I I I I I II: I I Sgalllllll I I The Credlt SZ Investment Co. I ' I I . . I I: Intelhgenl Cleaners A Finance Corporation ', 'I'l -Q -l"- Is' I'l I1 III 2 IP' .ZIIIII ' ' . . ' 1: I Txvo-i'iulctcClSl1w1l'le:1:l3sl zlllll Ili?-zLJIl F750 4Axl.lth0I'lZCC1 Capltal I I, Plain Silk Dresses ...... ............ 55 l.fIlI up I, II, ' Get Call For and Delivery Service 'I 'I I'I :I At Cash and Carry Prices :I Second Street I: If vuoxlc 514 314 xv. l,'Ol'I'lEK Iwla. I II Albuquerque, N- M- III I, WY ,KW ?W -,Y I II, I 4,-:::::::::::::::.-::::,::.-::.L 4,:::::::-.-:.-:,:.-::.-::::,:.-,:.3 I-::::::.-:::.-:v-::.-::.+.-::.-::.-1 0 fff:.-::.A:.-5.-:iv-::::::::::::4 I, N , II I, l? I, I, I 'I 'I I, I I I DRINK II I The W ard Anderson I I , , , I I 1 I II PI'1I1t1Hg Compang II I I I :I I I I 2l I W. GOICI I I IN BOTTLES I I 1: Avenue II I: II I - 1 I Phone 3079 I I A Pure Dfmlf I I I I - :I Albuquerque, N. M, of National Flavor I , 1- ,II I YT m I 2,,g,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,ul L ,,:,,,,,:,,,,..,,,,i:3g,...,,,j - lfgllf L? '! . b . . WM, Two ,IIIIIFIITLI Piglztcwz R if .--- 2- 1. ' ,,11,: 1 ' . -' ,--fr.,.5.5':'.- -' + rf .., .,,-,L 1 -- .--- -4-fl, .1 - I 4 hwsezzaf fljhe 772zraqef....f.1.. tr P -serve-. 93011e'i- ---- ' sffefer-cfafsfa Phi Mu- Do you know there aren't any flies on the Phi Mus. No. The flies have to draw the line somewhere. They deserve credit though. I don't mean to knock those girls because they are not so bad as a whole, nor so good either. Xlfitness Miss Marv McConnell, who is endeavoring to uphold the social status of waning Phi Mu by playing various suckers as Roger Ball, the campus orator, who is lending all his power and wit to enhance the prestige of good old Phi Mu. She was a good girl. God bless her. May the star of success shine down upon her some day. Let us present Kappa Kappa Gamma, tlod's Chosen People, Cream of the Campus Crop, et al. Let me remind you that Mrs. Lou Henry Hoover is a Kappa. If you will remember she is the wife of Herbert Hoover, President of the United States. As you all know President Hoover is an enthusiastic sup- porter of Kappa Kappa tiamma because Mrs. Hoover is a Kappa. Mrs. Hoover because of her high position stands mln Loco Parentis" for K. K. G. just be- cause Mrs. Hoover and Helen llfills are famous. there is no reason to believe that Gamma lsleta is built on a repeating model. Xlfhile no doubt McKnight could hold down any Fort, it is presuming too much to think that it will be a lYhite House. The .Kappa's are a Superior type. i. e.. Miss Barbara Eller. "Thank you-" Dear reader, do not inquire too directly, too diligently. too circumspectly into the llistory of Chi Omega. of their House and of their Beauty Queen. Recent archaeological and ethnological discoveries bring to light certain unsavory de- tails of the secret and sinister work of her politicians, Darlene Anderson and the Hon. Betty llolloman of Santa Fe. The aforesaid unmentionables seem to be implicated in vote-trading and flagrant use of filthy lucre. And to save their necks and Holy Traditions from infamy they formed a coalition with the true and upright "Southern t.3entlemen"! V','i" ' 11" ' 'r 1111 ""' , 'Jia T-'::::::::::::j?::::::fj:::: if l 1, i Guns General Supply Co. Tackle X I N o R 1' .o lc A T is n Sporting Goods I1 Qfflce Equlpment and l . l 1: Supplles l Slmonson Cycle CO' l -407 W. Central Avenue N 207 South Second Street 1, . ,, Albuquerque, New Mexico N ll':ll9Ql:l:Z:Q:LQllIl3J ll',.-sgsssgss-:5g3L? 4 . MAL X -ir A Tron lIll1Itfl'f'U' IIfI!UfI781I, "V . Zi,5Zi'I-,f Ali: , ' -7- ef - 5:5 X iigiglgifiwi -r wif . 1 f45?f'f"7'Cf me -CE 'H -----?fff"' .. ' ..+- Gr- 3 41- d-f-Iii-f' M f 'EV' 'Tw it 1, ,P L, -maw '-1?'-.rf af. ,.,. 'V ,-.-. .,.-- 1'A 1- .':::'b ff 1 I Ulu: vmraqeff .5 Hoover Motor Co. E. G. Fuhrmeyer, President Distributors of Nash Motor Cars F or Eleven Years North Fourth at Roma , Albuquerque 'f1aMuJaf'fEf .uo. t-,--- . .. , j' ""' 3 reef -::- -:v-.-.+: :::::.- .-::::v-Q: G. T. HAMMOCK 102 lVest Central Avenue Albuquerque, N. M. Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco Magazines Newspapers-Candy - :::::::.':::::.-::::::::::: BUY FURNITURE WHOLESALE and get the best in America. Be sure to see HOIT before you buy- C. S. HOIT l706 E. Central Fine Furniture Across from Methodist San. r- ---- ------- -vv...vvv - - --- Star Lumber and Supply Company Buildefs Slore Sherwin-Williams Paints Barrett Roofing IOZ5 N. 4th St. Phone 829 :::::,-:::::::::::::: - - ,-: -A Make BO WLING YOUR SPCRT Only 20c Per Line and Great Fun Brunswick Bowling Center North First St. Uur COVERS were manufactured by Weber - McCrea Company 421 E. Sixth St. - Los Angeles, Calli. GIVE- Butter-Nut Bread V".' """' "'1i "" 5, ""g Libertg Cafe -A place on your table Albuquerquejs Best A-LOAF BAKERS, INC, ",4:?im2T?k ii.,O Tivo lllllldlfd twenty 9 ifikkk xx, o ,y1..,ff1egn .lots , N . - :f1Q-14,0 1'f1f.' mm - . ami? 1e"i2gff-,N ,,s,s,s,tsr22Sf Uhr: 712 iraqe g'Tf'fiE,1. if 93 ,67x,6 c, J " 1 ff O! 55611140 DEACK lN .-XRLliDt,iIE.-Tlie less said the better. Amen. FRANK STORTZ,-'l'he one man on the campus who has been able to sit in the caucus meetings of both political parties. But raised himself above politics on election to office. Thinks himself unequalled by any other man on the campus, and in some respects this is true. . l"l2Tl2R CQUCJD.-Young man you don't need to be handsome to make women lore youg you don't have to brim over with vim, vitality or vigor, or you don't have to talk like the Harvard 5 ft. shelf.-See any of our men-Consider Peter B. Good. Dont wait any longer, boys. Sign up with dear old Sigma Chi and remem- ber. "It's the hours after supper that count." R. SCI-IOONOYITR PALll'lER.-I-leaven's gift to Prohibition and the Ladies. lt will be remembered he instigated Theta Alpha Phi by his superb acting, encouraged music by his "Blue Flames," and graduated after a stormy career, in Iingineering-magna cum laude. May we present Mr. Palmer. an em- inently pure and upright young man. .lt ll-IN RUSSELL.-".lohn asked me for a date," cried the Beta Sig, rushing from the telephone. "john Russell is a darling." And the dear girl is so thrilled to death, she is so happy she could scream. fliellows, if you would cheer a maid- en's heart call her up or be a big man like John Russell and simply master her. Then you, too, shall be a darling-.U GIEORCRE MORRISON.-Only on rare occasions does a true leader of men arise and such was the need of the K. A. brethren for a new I-louse president. llfherefore the brothers gathered together in the old K. A, bunk-room and sat long and solemnly-in the end as it is to all things, Bro. George Morrison was chosen president, a serious. dutiful, able executive for an exalted position. S. P. li.--The big joke of the campus, the new S. P. li. House and the num- ber of their pledges. '1 EW VEB. 1.25 ii.?.?L'. q iq QQ- -a. ,f' Two l11m1l1'c'rl f'ZW'I1f-V-0110 'N' A Viz' I - if Y- Y- 4 .Q'x:f3r'1"f14'-H ' ...- N i-... ?-zz.-.V . V .. mmm 44 : 5 ft CL ' ... we 11 c. ,.,- 'if X 'lf ELi'4'Ei '?f'5f""""GJEi'iI -' I 4 -' .'.11 i I i '1"" -I 'WE' E-I eff-fe-ive-yi Ulu: 7nll'Llq8 .l..e.L., .js fr- i:..f.jt:-. , l THE EUGENIC BABY Ctlne of those earthy Russian Novelsl By Pop Popovltch Popsky It was dark. In fact it was dark. Rain, drizzling rain. Cold. Clammy. Light. Heat. Power, Ivan, a Child of The Soil was in his element. .I-le lay dead drunk on a dung heap, belching' merrily. Once more, he raised the bottle of Yodka to his lips. It was empty! Empty! There was no more Vodka. Slowly, the fact filtered through his rock-bound skull. He would have to get more. He must have more. 'Where could he get il? He slowly got to his feet and brushed his teeth. Suddenly. a baby's shrill cry broke into his meditation. Irie dug down frau- tically into the dung, and there was I,i'l XYillie, the Eugenie Baby. Ivan lor- ingly smote him with a two-by-four. Could anything be more Russian? just then. the sound of a rapidly approaching Ford was borne on the wind. The hoof beats drew nearer. "Ugh" grunted Ivan, gruutingly. "Ride 'im. eowboyf' yelled XVillie as he played hide and seek in .lvan's purple beard. XVho was it that was approaching? It was not Paul Revere. It was not Earl Sande. It was Sonia, the toast of all the Barracks. She flung herself to the ground. liler deep baritone broke the silence. "Ivan!" she nuirmurecl. Passion swelled in her breast. She was choked with passion Love. Blind, devoted love. She cut him across the face with her rid- ing whip. I-Ie led a left to the jaw. How he loved her! She blocked beautifully and executing a pretty pirouette, she sank her foot into his stomach. In the midst of the darkness and the despair, this beautiful example and love and flaming' passion unbridled affected the young XYillie. and he sympathetically 7 sank a pitchfork into Ivan s kidney. , The storm raged. Lightning. 'l'huuder. Rain. C'I'he Endj Ile. "I like to take experienced girls home." She: "I'm not experienced." He: "XVell, you're not home yet, ether." Q-:::.A:::::::::- ::::::::::.::::::.,::::::: : :::4-0::.- .- ::::::.-v THE MUTUAL LIFE of NEW YORK Issued first policy IS43. ,9gul5Ufl6fy Assets over One Billion Dollars. Insurance over 4M Billion I if 1 Dollars. A11 desirable forms of life and endowment insur- N i Q iff, ance and annuities. Annual dividends and guaranteed cash G' f . values to policy-holders. 'FLNLSEQ 5 4' ' S W I-I. COONS, Manager Albuquerque, New MCXICO . I i 1g,fbo 9 of sag Two 1IlHIlfl'l'lf I'-zvv11ty-lwri b rug hi pc Q e s 1 1 1 1 1- -l, 2 2 lelizhct refleci those happy, X carefree days has been our qool .1 1 4 .1 ff 'I "1 , 1 f3QF-Le!3C!3Q f5NN,Uf3lfQ D'Y'f'QN If ,.,:, 5' N L 4' fs 1 , , 'Q gl . R5 gk ' 4' . f Q: ee jf A 3 gg E' E j , 1 1 if 5 5 l ywmmmmmmmmgt ,-af, 1' -. . fCjl'1I'IS Thus encleth the last act of the alluring clrama of college life that we have been portraying to you. Our purpose has been not only to make this volume an accurate record of your col- lege activities but also an artistic entity. In adopting' a theme of the old New Mexico Mission we have tried to bring to you a beautiful portrayal of the early educa- tional system in our great state. Above all, if we have been able to pro- cluce a volume that is pleasing to you, we shall have accomplished our ultimate goal. -TH E STAFF. mmmmmmmms I ' ' I "i: J 1 Twn 1lIIlII1,I'l'ff ftumzfy-folrr TN .Tmg -. L A3 Qidww H-.F 3 ?'Q j l.' 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