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I QL 2 MAC 3 DOROTHY MACE EDITOR EDXVAR D ANCONA ASSOCIATE EDITOR JACK GURLEY and ED SOMMERS BUSINESS MANAGERS I l V I 115 Q A O 1 A ' II 01 4 9 I ' 7 lb pr W. C' R f' 5 I' 'Q S I 5 I Q O N N N Q Y Q I S 5 N Q 0 A s 5 " gf " 5 9 - bo ,Q ,Q I 0 Q, gf s v , . 1 gf , . if fl: I y 1 1 id I' Ya" I n .l' 9: 'K S L K ,sz , I Lf . if 5 I un ,V 'M K I, gr ' may bf X x f -W W, . QR. 1.2.1, T-: 'Aj q,A.,g. ftf:-'exe' 1 -v- A - i 'L59' E ' 'E ., I l : ,,J z,k?igz 'ff' I. fi, "Q rl.-3 1,2 M155 2 Q32 '-43'-1':-41a HX 3' 5,1 if Wvwf1ef ?fm git fi 13 l 2 XX - Ei 5: 1 1 Y 5:.,,., X ,N ,..,,, V - ' . ' w 0 l Vfgfmw WV Q. 5. gy' 5,41 ' , f 2, flllilg " it I, X., 4 15, v fu' 2.1 gl 1 , ,El L '21 f 1 V -3 v gg-r 5 3 JI N: f' I f gl b if . , . f ff 1 . 'Q',f,'. 9 115 fan f , . ,-., -1 V gg". , 4. f..fY6"f"a f , V ,W 4 , - v , , ,Na f f ' 4 5 rf ' if . 5 J 'f f U 5' 5 , I Q ' ' Q' Q ' .iq 1 , Q . I, . 4 , :vu rlf ' Y 1 w f 1 ,wo b ' , , ,W - r X J 5 .,fy A x, W A ,- V+ '+, , x fi 53 ... 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These spires of sandstone are near Gallup in the heart of the great Indian empire of the Southwest. M I half Ig 'the SPIFCS +1 i l N l'J 1 , X l FW M C T" FX .1 f xxiz 5 1 ,A ,fi nfhi' ,'4f Hz ll the lf lhe ,,.f , S IA A corner of the "Big Room" in the Carlsbad Caverns emi H. we Left: Ruins of Quarai mission Below: View of Pueblo Bonito in the Chaco Canyon National Monument The great variety of fishing grounds offered in the New Mexico Sports- man is exemplified here in the deep Water of Elephant Butte Lake and the swift upper reaches of the Pecos River. E LAN The ring of the lumberjack's axe has replaced the roar of the six shooter in the Lincoln National Forest in southern New Mexico, but such noto- rious outlaws as "Billy the Kid" once made this area their stamping grounds. This great area was the scene of the Lincoln County Wfar in New Mexico's rip-roaring early days, but today Douglas fir and Ponderosa pine make the forest a major producer of timber. Page Eight lviifig' ffl.-,"E.-1 u 1, 5:29751 11 i-,fias HF - 2 -' 52,22-S,f:-"aw .,,. E'3g,'j,'Z,- zijn-, nivzfgeff-2 4 , ,ff Q5 Ti llc rh tr wi wi th fa 'in Pale y I has ter in to. nee ing the o in WS, JSI! CCI' mf WM I 'Y F NT A View of the White Sands of Alamogordo at sunset. This great natural wonder covers 270 square miles. The dunes are almost Ioo per cent pure gypsum and resemble granulated sugar. 4 ga,-21 -1 -' -' ,, ,, N . -awwf 4 ,f,,-va 7jza5ff5g,, 12, .'-J K. ,MAWMA jj 1: . a,,f,3gfQ4,gl,-fQ.fW'4', f f . , ,K ,,,, ,,,K,,,, W, f , .fffz-fa vw,--w .- 'QL'-2 fa.-W , , ,.',g- r-, - J-',.-se1Sf,a-vggfyf vzzamfwygw-y.r , W " -wtzfft-iff rgffawx.--fiw4fkf2Q44Q-M. f -- fs -. -1 mifseffwfifaffirtsff' f -' -' " 14 r"'-"'-wzladmi-exe -'iff f. X,-df' v P. 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V, 1 4 The yucca, New lVIexico's state flower, and cactus are indigenous to the rolling plains and mountain coun- try of the Southwest. This picture was taken near lVIimbres, in south- western New lVIexico. Looming in the background is the Black Range, famous as an Apache Indian hideout in New lVIexico's early days. Page Nine , N 1 ,, -, 2 4 X :QI ' 1'.'1 I I TJ ' , f RA 3.55 ,fr , x N' 4" I K' . Ili' .idx yi. lv, isp 'f f ll: I W5 51 . ' lk 31 A, -1 - s 5 f, ii I ,u l.53,'fjiK4,, , fi iff ,T !.f'.I,. ' . T ' l7'41fZ" 1 - -. ' LC x.-QM1 If .0 ' 5,7 f - X, X my ffflfl, ' R. ,If ,a-K ,s N ... , 4, , , ,, - . al ,,,,,,- . 45, ,. ,S Y- .. x 'T 58 1 XX ff' f':, Av- , ,,,.5,..V- ,c LK ,.. WZ.-. Q' -, '14-To uf' 1" . ., -ge 1,, gm I --v i,,? 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V - ' KQV r ...a X.: f HoKoha ,Q Southwestern architecture gives U.N.NI. one of the most unusual campuses in the nation owl f 3 l 2 5 i 1 x A i i i E i The meteorologists brew a big cloud above the physics department for our photographer A . x r' I . 'J X ' if - 1 X4 9 k b ' Yf'. - ' s r " -2,132 1' ' H- , . A 'if A 'F W ,. . 5 ua' i .'.v "' " , 'Q , .1 ,L ., w. .' f ' -' ' 5 ' - -, as W-.rgzg-. 4. 5.35-, - , J ' e ' , . . - ,, , ' Y' f ' 50:4 1-zz' 1kiI"1L6'f:' H' 532,96 ' K :vin W. Q. in Y zl qffglgzp . , Y i z-is L QE. . -f , i t 17 P, ',..., ,pa 1.4 - .,.- ..-v Ziahraxh qzikv. , -vL?,, 34.x:wx,f-. l -' '-,' 1' .- " -1, ' , "'. ' " s" ' ' ' ! xxji' if An old Spanish Custom lends beauty to the campus at homecoming The social engineering laboratory-better known as the Student Union Building f , 4-.. 'AFI Ou- ,1:,:43Z?2'f-272-HQ'iP4PfQY ,Zh , 4 W rv - 1, fan -g : ,.-W ,-fwkirw N3 Q' LM LJ V if ,f Xu f if f 2 HT N x hi" N 1 mf W an ' gl-f A ,v X gk' . 4 . 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A ., ,f -.+V One ofthe oldest buildings on the Campus, old Hodgin has seen three wars X, X , ff 'ifW"'!fW-2 ,ww Q1 , VM- fV,M.,X ' ,ww Ing x, i If I v '. , ,mr 1 X 5 'Q 4' ' f' iw, G fur' 1fi""'-!"+w .-Wm? . . A K .M V Y ,. - N I 2 ., W X g?'?,x"4? 5 Q fx Zh 1 , .M gg , f : f ' - 5 X f , -V ,aw qnwxi 6 L f, x, -mMx,M,, , ' f f ' ' . , x. .V ,.4frwf4g, Aimwmbk Q - , Q 4 wwwsvqww ,fiffgffb "fir: - f , . . ' , ,. i Q 'K ,V I -WX 4 '0VgXQx,,W,WN , ,wwf -' fivipfk .. 'fi'e1Zy,zi, fnw1y.w.,,, s . ' ' S 4 ' . ,my F, V ,, - . 5 x A I f . me-Sysgfgyyffffi W' . f vw? ini: f' R , 1 ,X + x 1 , , -, ,,'wQ..wf-Wifi-5 -Vg G - . X V K ' 'Q V :Q ,gzfwWf"?2ixz. -'M -' 4- f , 1 X Tig' . x-' 1 'f m' af . I , 355 : . WV' ' I f N M - - x , , -pw , A V' , 'S y 1. I vfyxl Vvifi ffs vv-v4 f A 3 3 Qidflfflx' 4 Z , , , g . a 2 ' s ' ' I 1 , L 1 i W . N i 1 , vf ff' ,,,,,, f Qi., .V fa W., W.,3w7, ff ,fry f .mf P fm ff - -..-.gi f rf 1 xl 5 J f f if f ff ' , ', fx 9 :V ,lf AW? . ,. Z W LH .W 'I V ,Xi 591 ' f ,wifi fy, 7 J'-4 .W Q X f 'f,f'f4., - ' Y, , gi? AH N A J 5. 0 Q- ex Q ig. , , -- 2-nugnfjf . -I ., T .Sf A rA?1+f'r'v4A1r Q G Q .f W, P it' X: .--'rv's, T", gt ,il F,,,:,.wf-""5fi' fr A "1-Hflprxdqfvgt A .A Q ,mf-'ZF7 U"""e'-C.-'.., 'wmfeivvnf-N A tif.-.sfasfgv 5795: --,Qs M1525-sc.f1 J . A W'6Zl3"" i me . r '. A ' i , r -' V Q. '1 .yer ' -C A ' - - f ' - .A ' - - s ' - .A A-N W A. Jaffa- ' .332-:H F -, ip ,L . s f r - 4: - " ' 1' sidffnf VVith new trends in educational thought and with the great changes Wrought by the Wartime emergency the University has been fortunate to have Dr. James Fulton Zimmerman as its president. Seventeen of his nineteen years at the University have been spent as president. During this time he has given his earnest sup- port to every Worthwhile undertaking and has helped the University to attain the high standard which led the Navy to choose the school for use in its training program. X u X 4 N ,. xx 3 XX s. if ii 'i ,, 2 X 4. X il X S tryvyyrvv ,ff E X xx , ' 'S N ' i , . , xx A ,, , X l f K Positions in such organizations as the Commit- tee on Higher Education, the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, the Commission on Cultural Relations with Latin America of the Association of American Colleges, and the Board of the School of Amer- ican Research reflect his capability in matters Dr. Zimmerman sincerely and truly deserves the high esteem in which .he is held, both on the campus and throughout the state. Q1 x ,g lr if , f a I 51 ' Al ,X I is i , ,, liz A, it iz if za A , A, 'll A I3 QL, j ' , A A , f :Wm it c., , ' - X , ,A ,W 3 U f f 1' 1' l 1 at , y l f Q 1 5 y 1 , A L AA A LA , f l if 1 A ik! , K ,. . , il , RL ff . , Y A f " ll - ' ' A xXx s A i i l M if X A 1 , Rf' f ' ' A ..,... AA, .... A.,..-A . f s.,...........S. f -----gms N74 ,M ,,,A,,, f ..,AA.A--mw-,.A...,-.-.. A .Q k ,, ,A , X, A A V A ',f ,A X A ,f A, ,f if ,f 1 ' , A r , , y , I 1 N f ,,.,-a.,s......J tx X -c Anhli AAVI F. AAA,.a..-.,.. -M A-.----- sy 1 l ,I f ff l 0 zfmwz' N V ., .3 i l The continued success of the University depends in great measure upon the cooperation between the Governor, the Board of Regents, and the officials of the University. Governor Dempsey's interest in this respect is clearly recog- nized and greatly appreciated. One of the duties of the Governor is his appointment of the Board of Regents, of which he is an ex-officio member. 150 rd of Kegcnfs The Board of Regents IS by New Memco law, the legal body respon sible for the affairs of the Unlver sity The members of the Board are udge Sam G Bratton Chalr man Mrs ohn Milne Secretary and Treasurer Mrs Floyd Lee Mr Adolfo Gonzales and Mr ack Korber At left the Board sits 1n business session with Dr Limmerman and Mr Popejoy Page Eighteen Shown on th contact. Tc Mr. Tom f Admissions Hooper is 1 Mrs. Hoop with studen El Pen Na. I5 ly Sf' reeivfm' f Bowl wif' WU Lge: ,Mr- wld r. W M' I '. l an Zin Zfvz' ity UMM! Tom L. Popejoy Vera Darnall Comptroller Admissions Clerk Shown on this page are several of the University officials with Whom the average student has most contact. To these oflicers is due much of the ellicient handling of administration and student matters. Mr. Tom L. Popejoy serves as Comptroller and acting Registrar. Vera Darnall is the Clerk of Admissions and also Graduation Clerk. Nlargaret O'Connell serves as our Recorder, and Helen K. Hooper is the Associated Students Financial Secretary. Elizabeth Elder, the Personnel Assistant, and Mrs. Hooper are the two most often in direct Contact with the students as their ollices deal directly with student affairs. Elizabeth Elder Margaret O'Connell Helen K. Hooper Personnel Assistant Recorder Associated Students' Financial Secretary Dr. W. W. Hill has been re- sponsible for the academic side of the training in the V-12 program. It is to his oflice fthe old hideout of our for- mer Dean of Men "Genial Joe" Bostwick, now a Navy man himselfj that the Navy boys go to straighten out pro- gram difficulties and discuss the ever-present subject of grades. His perpetual good humor causes many a foot to tread upon his WELCOME mat. Director of Navy V- I2 College Training Program Director of Pre-Meteorology Program Dr. R. E. Holzer Was academic director for the Meteorologists during their all too brief stay on the campus. That he did his Work Well is attested by the fact that the local ASTP group ranked among the very top in the nation in the final exams. Page Twenty Beglnnl 1935 t She is it supCfVl on lille With iv had I0 Srudenl For yfii ge Twfflly. I rwlflly ean of Wom Beginning her University career as professor of hlusic and Dean of lvomen, Miss Clauve, in 1935 took over the personnel position as a full time job. She is a member of hlortar Board and several other service and honorary organizations. She supervises campus social activities and acts to promote the general Welfare of all women students on the campus. With war duties occupying most of the male members of the personnel stall, lNliss Clauve has had to assume the additional duties of Dean of Men, Director of Student Employment, and Student Housing Director. For years of excellent service and for Wartime tasks well done Dean Clauve is to be congratulated. Page Twenty-one J. c. KNODE Dean of College of Arts and Sciences, of General College M. E. FARRIS Dean of College of Engineering G. P. HAMMOND Dean of Graduate School and 2 n S. P. NANNINGA Dean of College of Education J. D. ROBB Acting Dean of College of Fine Arts JOAQUIN ORTEGA Director of School of Inter-American Afair: K I! Coll ean Page Tfwenty-tfwo P., DONALIQ Anfllfopa E' F, CAL giolvll' JOHN Dt Gh,,niJtrJ ELLEN Dfgmtllll T. L. PO Economic W. C. V Civil Eng RALPH Eleclrifa A. D. F Mcchani T- M. I Eflglixh STUA11 Gtologj V,Ell Gown, Gfeek 4 8 Two!! P-th e rwoae Haa g DONALD D. BRAND Anthropology E. F. CASTETTER Biology JOHN D. CLARK Clzfmiftry ELLEN CROXVE Dramatif .flrt T. L. POPEJOY Efonomirs YV. C. VVAGNER Ci-vi! Enginffring RALPH YV. TAPY Elfftriral Erzginrfriny A. D. FORD Illfclzarzirzzl Enginffring T. M. PEARCE Englirlz STUART A. NORTHROP Gfology V. E. KLEVEN Gofvcrnment and Cilizcnship LYNN B. MITCHELL Grfek and Latin Page T-wfnty-tlzrce Kf- G. P. IIAMMOND Hixlory ELIZABETH SIMPSON Home Economics WILMA L. SHELTON Library Sricnu' C. V. NEWSOM Nlathematifs R. M. DUNCAN Rlodern Languagfs J. D. ROBB lllusic RALPH DOUGLASS Painting and Design J. C. KNODE Philosophy GEORGE WHITE Mfn'.f Physical Educalion MRS. LEO L. GLEAVES XVomen's Physical Education E. J. WORKMAN Pl1y,vif.r L. S. TIRENIAN Primary Eduration J. W. DIEFENDORF Snrondary Edurafion B. F. HAUGHT Psychology PAUL WALTER Soriology 52 l if :R I-5? Xxx IH x M: Wag 1, '-'- e a t -lb... tQi:f?'+:4zaj-iiizaairx ... p r m n e a Page Tfwenly-four l Slllp, mlfj X iHElT0l OM .lN llgfj l.lSS zlflffl TE EjIlc'fl.'.'V'l ,E.ll E5 l Educiriun Y z :JW ,..,-S, l l , I t u cl e n t C o u n ci I The Student Council is the primary governing body of the Associated Students. lt is composed of represen- tatives of each class, elected each fall by the student body, A.lV.S. President, Senate President, and Lobo Editor are non-voting members. It is the duty of the Student Council to distribute student funds, entertain official campus visitors, manage campus entertainment, and to act on any issue concern- ing the welfare of the student body. Ofhcers this year are President, Charles Gunderson, Secretary, Elaine Spabergg Treasurer, Charles Barnhart. Officers: Elaine Spaberg, S1'frf'tary Charles Gunderson, Prfsidrnt Absent: Charles Barnhart, Trcasurz'r Seated: Priscilla Newcomb, Elaine Spaberg, Sadie Dresher. Standing: Paul Harley, Ed Kilian, Edward Balcomb, Sally Peak Absent: Nell Pearce and Betty Ellen Hearn. Student Senate Front rofw-' Janet Malloy, Paul Adams, Nell Pearce, Helene Higgins, Harriet Walls, Second rofw-' James Barton, Frances Gomes, Sally Drypolcher, Marilyn Luker, Betty VVillis, Arnold Feil. Third rofw: Charles Gunderson, Ethlyn Crum, Barbara Kesky, Elena Davis, Gertrude Armijo, Louise Primaveri, Raquel McClelland. Officers: Helene Higgins, Secretary Nell Pearce, President Paul Adams, Vice'-President The Student Senate is composed of members appointed from each organization, class, and college on campus. It is the most, representa- tive organization on the hill. The primary purpose of the Senate is to afford a Wider student representation in student gov- ernment. its two major duties are to approve all subsidies from the general campus fund and to approve all student legislation of a permanent nature. The Senate is directly responsible for our Homecoming festivities and for the Honor Day assembly. Officers this year were: President, Nell Pearce, Vice-President, Paul Adamsg Secretary, Helene Higgins. Page Tfweniy-:ix aww" The ASSOC rules and fl efforts as projfctl an a list eafh to 3 senior scholarslllfi Each wom Council. providing Ollicers: l Qsecond S dent, Sally semesterl First row: P Strand row: TIM raw: W' . ...a r HWS Council The Association of Womezi Students is the executive and legislative body which governs all women students. The rules and regulations in the C0-Ea' Code are the result of its efforts, as well as the Sadie Hawkins Dance, Red Cross project, and patriotic drives. The Association also publishes a list each semester of outstanding students in each depart- ment and gives a tuition scholarship at the end of the year to a senior Woman chosen on the basis of general merit and scholarship. Each woman's organization sends two representatives to the Council. These girls are elected alternate years, thus providing an experienced membership. Qfficersc Harriet Lantow Qfirst semesterj, and Sally Peak Qsecond semesterj, President, Nlarie Harris, Vice-Presi- dent, Sally Peak ffirst semesterj and Cleo Courtney fsecond semesterj, Secretary-Treasurer. First rofw: Paulantis, Burnett, Starrett, Davis, McGee, Brown, Mount. Sfcond rofw: Mace, Mitchell, Carroll, Courtney, Haddix, Hannett. Tlqirfl rnfw: Hieronvmus, Rutz, Higgins, Peak, Sherman, Lantow, Peaice, Dresher. foes! K, A , f ffx ,f,,7u f vf f ,Q fn, , . 2 I5 K 'sff ' 'g .Wt , V ,ilaix 7 1 ' I 2' .kgs af k f ' 1 ' . "7 , ' ff -Z W ? 3.5. f, , " , .. ., , ,KT f . f' ' .ri , Sikh? I ' I 1 9 7 . .. . . ' ' ez '- ' , ,ff sal t ' ,..1,w,,2 Z 41 .. w,yy..,,l M, ' r . - 1 4 X" , sf, f' ' ,mg-f 3 ,gi fav 5 - -af fiiisffa ef f an Harriet Lantow, Pmsidmt, Sem. I Sally Peak, Prffidfnf, Sem. II 5: IH 'CQ x'- . L. ?' H 'H ti ' ' K L ' V lx ,W f., . v ha ,hu ,J 4 J .ty r A- f - T' nc, , I tk! 4 9 an ' Y 1 0 r . , fx -.. 4 1 , ,, -.65 ' " . A do-J' T "V-,I , U vi' "Mft n, V A TL . 'H ll, IJ I s 0 ' I 'U' - ' I 0 I 1 ' "'. , I , , lp I 1 9 f ,f 1 1 1 '1 ,I : 1 ' 1 , u 1 x 1 1 ' I 1 O I - , f u Q' j 1 . 4,4 1 -A - rx,:'.?,-QC II . M ' t H H It 4 , -I ' 5. A . - 'I-55:41 V- : I V A ,A. ' 'I' :tl-,Q -.AYLLLLZ 'fi - ' - " "" 6 ' - M M., .. -- H -' .rev-' E' ' - in Q t . ' N y Ari", . , 4, , Q . . -A I A -A 1, Q -N D ws Q' 1 , 4 Erh 1 Joai IZCru.m, Secretary-Treasury, B'll Sselm' V150-Presidmt 1 Jourdanr President ADAMS, P ggarsrailllf Engiggelfill Tau, Vrce- ARGALT-r EDUCATION Treas. KH BARNHAI Esorxeexr Pres. Vig Senate, Sr Khatali, I Colleges BLAKE, I Frxa Ann Transfer Kappa Pk . PM Thi Tlywne FIRST Row ADAMS, PAUL HENRY . . , . . Albuquerque ENGINEERING Engineering Society, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sec. Sigma Tau, Vice-Pres. A.S.M.E., Vice-Pres. Student Senate ARGALL, KATHLEEN .. ....... Deming EDUCATION Treas. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Phi Alpha Theta SECO BARNHART, CHARLES ........ Santa Rosa ENGINEERING Pres. Vigilante, Pres. Junior Class, A.S.M.E., Student Senate, Student Council, Treas. Student Body, Pres. Khatali, Engineering Society, Who's Who in American Colleges BLAKE, MARY RUTH ...... M ountainair FINE ARTS Transfer from Texas Wesleyan, Sigma Alpha Iota, Phi Kappa Phi, Phrateres P090 Thirty-one V FIRST ROW: BORLAND, JAMES ALFRED . . . Albuquerque BRENNAN, LOIS . . , . Albuquerque ARTS AND SCIENCES EDUCATION Sigma Chi, N.R.O.T.C., Debate Council Phrateres, Kappa Omicron Phi BRITIAN, ANNE . . . . Albuquerque BURKUM, OLIVER . . . . . Lake Mills, Iowa ARTS AND SCIENCES ENGINEERING Phrateres, Pres. Kappa Omicron Phi, NV.A.A., Ives Theta Chi Delta A.S.M.E. Scholarshlp , SECOND ROW: CHISHOLM, ANN ......... Pampa, Texas ARTS AND SCIENCES Transfer from Saint Mary College, House Pres. Kappa Kappa Gamma, Newman Club, Alpha Kappa Delta, Lobo Circulation Dept., Sun Bowl Princess CRUM, ETHYLN .... . . Wichita, Kansas ARTS AND SCIENCES Vice-Pres. Alpha Chi Omega, Student Senate, Sec.- Treas. Senior Class, Senior Councilor, Boots and Saddle Club, Who's Who in American Colleges DICKINSON, G. D. ARTS AND SCIENCES CONWELL, VIRGINIA D. ..... Albuquerque EDUCATION Treas. Chi Omega, Spurs, Phi Alpha Theta, Mortar Board, Pres. Pan-Hellenic, Who's Who in American Colleges DEETER, DORIS ........ Lamar, Colorado EDUCATION Transfer from junior College of Southeastern Colo- rado, Alpha Chi Omega, Pi Lambda Theta, Senior Counselor . . . . Albuquerque Sigma Chi, Vigilante, Pi Sigma Alpha IOR Page Thirty-t-'wo Th Izfrque l ow 'rqua lunar Iican ado 'alo- nior MH' Hi: A-.V an DRESHER, SADIE .....,..., Denver, Colo. ARTS AND SCIENCES Pres. Chi Omega, Editor Mortar Board, Spurs, Delta Phi Delta, Senior Counselor, Student Council, A.W.S. Council, Art Editor MIRAGE, Wl1o'.f lVll0 in American Colleges, Editor Co-Ed Code FEIL,ARNOLD .. Belen ARTS AND SCIENCES Vigilante, Band, Pres. Phi Sigma, Student Senate, Lobo GARCIA, STELLA . . . . Albuquerque EDUCATION Ph rate res GOMES, FRANCES .. .. . Albuquerque ARTS AND SCIENCES Town Club, French Club, Student Senate, W.A.A., Newman Club. Independent Council, Lobo. QU!!! K-Q-ff' IOR GRAY, EUGENE ,. .... ,. Albuquerque ENGINEERING A.S.C.E., A.S.T.M., A.R.B.A., Engineering Society GUNDERSON, CHARLES ....... ,. Grants ENGINEERING Sigma Chi, Pres. Student Council, Pres. Sigma Tau, Vigilantes, A.S.M.E., Khatali, Sec.-Treas. Engineering Society, Student Senate, SUB Committee, Wl1o'5 Who in flmerifau Colleges GUNTER, PRESTON ,...I . . Pueblo, Colo. ENGINEERING Transfer from Texas A. Sz M., Sigma Chi, A.S.M.E., Engineering Society HACKNEY, J. K. .,... . Phoenix, Ariz. ARTS AND SCIENCES Kappa Sigma, Beta Phi Gamma, Lobo, N.R.O.T.C. GONZALES, CONRAD . . ...,.... Sandoval HANNETT, JANE ...., . . . . Albuquerque ENGINEERING EDUCATION ' ' ' ' Kappa Kappa Gamma, A.W.S., MIRAGE, Dramatic Club A.S.C.E., A.R.B.A., A.S.F.M., Engineering Society Page Thirty-three Y' I . N V14 , I V ',,a.f' ww, rf' 4 rf-fs E . Q . ef.. ' 51513: -I eff", go- ,A wr' 1 , ,Q '.-,' ..x Y' V5.5 ..fz,,s K- ,. ,- , ,I , f , . , f 1,-., Y' 'firm P., 1 V I-,f i g , 2,57 ' ' 'V 'sg -. L ,4?a'L"1f.5K f ' ,-,fam , A ' 6,1 , Ag E gg, ,eefgaee+.'f was lcffgiffhf 21' -' if I A -1' it 4' v7 K P . 5 3, - ': , sf, f f " lg , W JTJQ' . Q 'f . ' fyl. WL , HARGETT, E. F. ......... Albuquerque ENGINEERING Transfer from College of Mines and Metallurgy, A.R.B.A., A.S.C.E., Engi- neering Society HOADLEY, LLOYD D. .. El Paso, Tex. ENGINEERING Transfer from Texas College of Mines, Kappa Sigma, A.S.M.E., A.S.C.E. HUNT, KELSO l.....,, El Paso, Tex. ARTS AND SCIENCES Transfer from Texas College of Mines and Metallurgy JONES, JULIA C. ..,... Lubbock, Tex. ARTS AND SCIENCES Transfer from Texas Tech., Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pres. Boots and Saddle Club, MIRAGE KELLY, GERTRUDE A. Elverett, llflass. EDUCATION Phrateres, Sec. Newman Club KIECH, IANICE .,.... Jonesboro, Ark. EDUCATION Transfer from Hendricks junior Col- lege, Alpha Chi Omega Mortar Board counts ballots for 7? HARRIS, MARIE ........ Albuquerque FINE ARTS Pres. Alpha Chi Omega, Theta Alpha Phi, Dramatic Club, Vice-Pres. A.W.S. HUBBARD, LUCILLE , . Dawson, N. M. EDUCATION Pres. Phrateres, Mortar Board, Phi Alpha Theta, Pi Lambda Theta, Spurs, Senior Counselor, Who's Who in Amer- ican Colleges JOHNSON, MARGARET .... Espanola EDUCATION Transfer from Colorado State College, l Treas. Phrateres, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Vice-Pres. Independent Council, Pres. Dormitory 505 N. University I I I JOURDAN, VVILLIAM A. Albuquerque I ENGINEERING ' Kappa Sigma, A.S.C.E., A.R.B.A., Khatali, Senior Class Pres., Vigilantes, Football, Wl10's WIIU in Ameriean Col- leges l KESKY, BARBARA . . . , Pasadena, Cal. FINE ARTS Transfer from Pasadena Junior Col- lege, Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Phi Delta LANTOW, HARRIET ,.,, Albuquerque EDUCATION I Sec. Phrateres, Spurs, Student Senate, Student Council, Mortar Board, Sec. Pi Lambda Theta, Sec.-Treas. Phi Sigma, Pres. A.W.S., Senior Counselor, W'll0,5 Who in American Colleges. Homecoming Queen candidates, left f 'Y 'Sill-3'.l Ha ll firm-ll 0 Bo Thenirds H in RE T Eilllllq 'ldv State Coll 'El . Olwulp uversiry ' M A. zllluqunqw C-E-I A.Rll.A, PWS-I Vigilanres, I .lmaifau Col- Paiadlna, Cal. a junior Col- ga, Delta Phi ,lliuqufllll dfm Senate, ec. Boards S , .Treas. Pl' ,Counselors Colllllf' E LEONARD, JUNE .... Johnson City, Tenn. FINE ARTS Transfer from Milligan College and Southern Meth- odist University, Phrateres, Alpha Chi Omega LOGAN, JOHN P. ..o....... Albuquerque ARTS AND SCIENCES Pres. Sigma Chi, Head Cheerleader, Pres. Interfrater- nity Council, Sophomore Class President LORD, PENNY .,,..,. . . . Boston, Mas.s. ARTS AND SCIENCES Sec. Tiwa, Boots and Saddle Club, Student Senate MACDOUGAI., CLOISE ,...,....., Clovis EDUCATION - Pres. Kappa Alpha, Khatali, Vigilante, Football, Bas- ketball, Whrfs Wlzo in American Colleges MACE, DOROTHY .,,.,...,., Lodi, Ohio EDUCATION Pres. Sigma Alpha Iota, Mortar Board, MIRAGE Editor, Pi Lambda Theta, Spurs, Spur junior Advisor, Cheer- leader, Senior Counselor, Athletic Council, Who's Who in American Colleges MAGUIRE. NORMAN L. . . Stamford, Conn. ENGINEERING Transfer from Lehigh University and Columbia Uni- versity, Pres. Pi Kappa Alpha, Engineering Society, Sec. A.I.E.E., Track Page Thirty-five IORS MAREERRY, FRANK ........ Albuquerque ARTS AND SCIENCES Pres. Kappa Sigma, N.R.O.T.C. Color Guard, Pres. Interfraternity Council, W'ardroom Society, Athletic Council, Ski Club, Student Senate MENCHER, A. HAMILTON , . Baldwin, N. Y. ARTS AND SCIENCES Kappa Alpha, N.R.O.T.C. lVIEYER, PHILIPPE L. ..,.,. Paris, France ENGINEERING Transfer from the University of Montpellier, France, A.S.C.E., A.R.B.A., A.S.T.M., Pres. Le Cercle Francais MEYERS, NELL ,..,,.. Hillsboro, N. M. EDUCATION Transfer from Colorado Women's College, Alpha Chi Omega MITCHELL, G. A. . . . . ,... Albuquerque ENGINEERING Engineering Society, Sigma Chi, Wardroom Society MORRIS, EVELYN . . . , Albuquerque EDUCATION Phrateres MOUNT, KENNETH .... Albuquerque ENGINEERING Pres. Sigma Chi, N.R.O.T.C., A.S.C.E., A.R.B.A., A.S.T.M., Lobo, Ski Club, Wardroom Society, Interfraternity Council MURPHY, FALBA E. .... Albuquerque EDUCATION Kappa Kappa Gamma, Ski Club NICHOLS, EDYTH ......,... Hurley EDUCATION Transfer from N.M.S.T.C., Chi Omega, Sec. and Chaplain Sigma Alpha Iota, A.W.S., MIRAGE PAYNE, MARILYN ...,.. El Paso, Tex. EDUCATION Transfer from Carleton College, Dra- matic Club, MIRAGE Staff, Alpha Chi Omega, Popularity Queen PEARCE, NELL ..,..,,, Albuquerque EDUCATION Pres. Student Senate, Pres. Phrateres, Vice-Pres. Spurs, Sec. Mortar Board, Pi Lambda Theta, Phi Alpha Theta, A.VV.S., Phi Kappa Phi Freshman Honor Roll, Phi Kappa Phi, Miriam M. Grunsfeld Scholarship RADOSEVICH, ANTHONY Albuquerque ENGINEERING A.S.M.E. MULLER, HOWARD E. Wakefeld, Nebf. ENGINEERING Transfer from Bethany College, Kappa Mu Epsilon, A.S.M.E., Engineering Society MUTZ, PHILIP ........... Eagle Nest ARTS AND SCIENCES A.S.C.E., A.R.B.A., Engineering Society, Newman Club PARKER, FRANK G. . , Vienna, Austria ARTS AND SCIENCES Transfer from: Franz josef's Real Gymnasium, Vienna, Austria, Alpines Pedagogium, Fridericianum, Davos Switzerland, and Northeastern Univer- sity, Boston, Boots and Saddle Club, Psychology Scholarship, "Most Out- standing Student," Dept. of Math. in A.W.S. Survey, Harvard U. fellowship scholarship PEAK, SALLY ...... Brooklyn, N. Y. ARTS AND SCIENCES Pres. A.W.S., Pres. Bandelier Hall, Vice-Pres. Mortar Board, Tiwa, Student Council, Sub Committee, MIRAGE PINO, MANUEL ANTHONY Albuquer. ENGINEERING Engineering Society, Sigma Tau, A.S. M.E., Theta Chi Delta, Kappa Mu Epsilon REY, EDWINA .... .., Albuquerque EDUCATION Sec. Phrateres, Senior Counselor, Lobo Richards, Hitchcock, and Peak with Eric, the only male allowed in Bandelier after hours 1,-:,5yf,g, , M.. ,A vw -' ' it NME, llARl"Ii Rllws ,SD genie RUTZ, REBA . Enucirrox Pres, Mortar B1 Senior Counselo Trens. Pi Lamb Theta, Spurfr Pl Senate, llortar l Phi Freshman ll'ar'e-Spar post Ives Memorial S SCHNEIDER, ROI Exerxerrrxn Treas, Sigma Tr .l.llB.A., A.S.T.f SHS.rrrrexxr Envcmny Toner Board' ,als-I Student eta, Phi A Illini' OWU '4 ai Who ll! 3 SMITH N r un gms lflie ?xn3Pl1a Wen limi Clicsri Plle Thin NM. ' Ealle Nm "ink SWL anna, Austria 'MS Real lat Alpine, mi 'tern U ' - paddle iii 'gliost Out: l- fellowship Maill. 111 nl N- Y. rleiier Hall, I l l di Tiwa, Committee, Albuquzr. Tau, A.S. K appa Mu lbuqvlfil' elor, bill ie I after hours ROMME, MARVIN O. .... Albuquerque ARTS AND SCIENCES Sigma Chi RUTZ, REBA ............ Albuquerque EDUCATION Pres. Mortar Board, Pres. Phrateres, Senior Counselor Chairman, A.W.S., Treas. Pi Lambda Theta, Phi Alpha Theta, Spurs, Phi Kappa Phi, Student Senate, Mortar Board and Phi Kappa Phi Freshman Honor Rolls, State Wave-Spar poster girl, A.W.S. and Ives Memorial Scholarships, MIRAGE SCHNEIDER, ROBERT R. Albuquerque ENGINEERING Treas. Sigma Tau, Vice-Pres. A.S.C.E., A.R.B.A., A.S.T.M., Engineering Society SEIS, VIVIENNE H. ...,.. Albuquerque EDUCATION Mortar Board, Spurs, Town Club, A.W.S., Student Senate, Pi Lambda Theta, Phi Alpha Theta, MIRAGE Beauty Queen '43, Treas. Junior Class, Who'.s Who in American Colleges SMITH, NORVELL ., Fort Worth, Tex. ARTS AND SCIENCES Pi Kappa Alpha, Football, Track, Ath- letic Council ,,,- flf ROSEN, GORDON ....,. Mountainair ARTS AND SCIENCES Pres. Independent Men, Pres. Ward- room Society SALAS, AUDREY ....... Albuquerque EDUCATION Pres. Las Damitas, Pi Lambda Theta, Student Senate, Independent Council, Spurs, Mortar Board Freshman Honor Roll SCRIVNER, W. C. ...,.... ,... T atum ENGINEERING Vigilante, Pres. B.S.U., Kappa Mu Epsilon, Sigma Tau, Vice-Pres. Engi- neering Society, Pres. A.S.C.E., Khatali, Whois Who in American Colleges SERVER, LEON ........ Lafwton, Okla. ENGINEERING Transfer from Cameron Junior Col- lege, Kappa Alpha, Engineering Society, A.S.C.E., A.R.B.A., Track, Football STARRETT, ADDALENE Albuquerque EDUCATION Sec.-Treas. Freshman class, Pres. Town Club, Spurs, Pi Lambda Theta, Kappa Omicron Phi, Senior Counselor, A.W.S., Lobo, MIRAGE, Outstanding Senior Woman Plaque STROME, TOM ........ Albuquerque TRUJILLO, ELISA ...... Albuquerque ENGINEERING Sigma Chi, Ski Club, Kappa Mu Epsi- lon, Engineering Society Page Thirty-.fe-ven EDUCATION Pi Lambda Theta, Phi Alpha Theta, Las Damitas, Senior Counselor, Fresh- man Honor Roll Midnight on the campus as the fog rolls in from the ocean S NIORS l I f L X I ' ,,,,,,,-, ,M f , , ' ,tu -f..f 0 IOR 'Ku- 499 WALLS, HARRIET .......... Albuquerque FINE ARTS Transfer from New Mexico A. Sz M., Chi Omega, Senior Counselor, Student Senate, Sigma Alpha Iota, MIRAGE WATKINS, STEPHEN ,... Chichushu, Oklu. ARTS AND SCIENCES Phi Kappa Phi, Phi Kappa Phi Freshman Prize, Inde- pendent Men WELLS, ALICE LU .,....... Albzzqzzerque EDUCATION Alpha Chi Omega, Student Senate, Band, Orchestra, Senior Counselor WIEGEL, PHILIP ....... El!-wood City, Pa. ARTS AND SCIENCES Sigma Chi, Pres. Newman Club, Football WOODBURY, VVAYNE . . . . . I Silver City ENGINEERING Transfer from N.M.S.T.C., Vice-Chrmn. A.I.E.E., Sigma Chi, Engineering Society, I.R.E., MIRAGE WRIGHT, PAULINE D ...... Mozflrou, Ohio EDUCATION Transfer from the University of Ohio, Kappa Omicron Phi 3lN ERS , , "fin I Wayneberry explains radar to the Army and the farmers at the State Fair Page Thirty eight 1 f zz. 1 I l 1 M-PX A-rs-I - s.. I l l . ' ' A fs-:iz ix f'l'w.,' NN" i Y '.'. A. W v 5, Pd. 'Cin' .1,E.E,, Ohio micron - H fm-"f ...A '1, S ' J. ,. ff , f 'X if' - if f? . ! lr , ., , , .... ,. V: -'-:.f4f"??.f I-' 1.1 ' ' , 1. .., fl, -,,.. gg .V,.,--- at Vi .A -'Tw 'ruuqlralth In-.,,,A.,.....n.,, fx 'Q xA::: 1: ..4- ,... .1 new ,m 1 l.ga:::3A35.,17i -'Ei BH? I?" . ,,-: gg. .lfigi'.'.'g':'.'.-,','5.-:v- -Z:-,-1: : V, ,. L F.' 'f"":ak"1'JI!'9'X"g'A'7'Jqj in n- .,.. , :surnam- Elsa Marie Olson, Sec.-Trea.r.,' Truman Reid, Pre:.,' Charles Sisty, Vice-Prex i I r 2 I lv ru' ' Cl f- : P Cliff' crqlf CHANCE, DONALD . A . . Gallup Engineering CHAPMAN, BERYL ...A San Bernadino, Cal. Education COCHRANE, EDITHA, . ., Bessemer, Ala. Arts and Sciences COLEMAN, D. . , . . Havfward, Cal. Engineering CONVVAY, TQHOMAS B. ..., Modesto, Calif. Arts and Sciences COOPER, CHARLES YV. . . . . filbuquerque Arts and Sciences Q COPELAND, GEORGE, JR. ,,.. Borger, Tex. Arts and Sciences COVVAN, iVIARIAN JO . . . . Roswell Fine Arts IDAVIDSON, CHARLES W. . , . Tueumeari Engineering DAVIS, ELENA .,.. . Gallup Arts and Sciences DARNELL, BOB . . . . Albuquerque Engineering DIODOSIO, LORETTA E. . . , . . Pueblo, Col. Arts and Sciences P-Q--,--me law gf ,ig :V 1 Q, ' 25 if QS il-5 Q All 2 A SELL sells! A U 51 - ,fe ls we A ,Q ff Q- m fl 1 f '22ffa?fA.1,l,saEii A Q2 Q 1g ,img .Q-,G lr ,gtg f A ,ggi QI 1, ' 'stef' ' Il A f if S 3921 A W ima fora ' Hfgs:.za.li,f fi f 'pill S if M C3 ixflikclls ,E A K W'I,l'!P""' 'Art '1 f-f - f it ,-if . - has t fs if 2. , ' 4, 2 ,,,2iE2.,f'f,aL..v 51 A I NM: ,.,. -wwf' ELY, DAN ......... , . Chicago, Ill. Arts and Sciences EWEN, SAM BOB ..., , . . Plainfview, Tex. Arts and Sciences FAYMAN, STANLEY . . . . Springj5eld,Mo. Arts and Sciences FIORENTINO, NICK ...,. New York, N. Y. Engineering FURMAN, LOLA . . . . , Albuquerque Fine Arts GABRIELE, MARY ELLEN . . . Albuquerque Education I I GALLEGOS, YADELA . . Arts and Sciences GARCIA, JOSE PLACIDO Arts and Sciences GOEF, MARION ..... Arts and Sciences GREEN, MARY HELEN Arts and Sciences GREENE, BURKE . . Arts and Sciences GREENE, HELEN . . Fine Arts . . Belen . SantaFe . . . Honolulu, T. H. Washington, D. C. . . Santa Fe . . Santa Rita Page F arty-two I A Pa, Giow GUI 0 xXx N95 I I lllll llll lllll lllll llll E 111 I B Y NWS " l l IEI l f lllllmll llll I E GLOVER, A. L. . . . Arts and Sciences GUTIERREZ, HELEN Fine Arts GURLRY, JACK . . . Arts and Sciences HALAMA, EDLA . . . Education HAMPSON, PRICE . Engineering HARLEY, PAUL H. Engineering Page Forty-three Lonqfuieiw, Tex. . . . Bernalillo . . Clofvis . . . Belen . . Raton . . Albuquerque HART, ROBERTA .i,... Walsenbzirq, Colo. Arts and Sciences HASLAM, J. L. . . . Engineering . . . Albuquerque HEARN, BETTY ELLEN ...... Albuquerque Arts and Sciences HIGGINS, HELENE ..... . . . Chicago, Ill. Arts and Sciences HILL, SAMMIE ....... . . . Trenton, NIO. Arts and Sciences JOHNSON, SAMMY ..e, Beverly Hills, Calif. Erngineering KATZ, LEO ..,. Engineering KENYON, DORA .... Arts and Sciences KING, PATRICIA . . . Arts and Sciences . New York, N. Y. KEAN, MARY ANNE Arts and Sciences . . . Amarillo, Tex. KIECH, NIAURICE C. Education ...SantaFe LEE, MARTHA JANE , . Arts and Sciences LPlMBKE, ELLEN ANN . . . . . Albuquerque Arts and Sciences LUKER, MARILYN . Arts and Sciences MAXWELL, MILLER Engineering LUDWICK, RUSSELL W. . . Arts and Sciences ,. Albuquerque MARTIN, BILL . . Engineering . . . . . Albuquerque . . . Gallup . . . . . Jonesboro, Ark. . . Santa Fe . . Socorro Aubuquerque MCCANNA, MARGARET ..... Albuquerque Education q MCCANNA, ' EduCatl0T MCGII, M Fine Art: 1 4 MITCHELL, Educatio 4 I MONTOYA, Al'iS2lm I PARKHUR I I FEA. allup W Fg 0f0Tf0 llfqill gfqlll nw 1 Candlelight Service MCCANNA, MARITA .. .. Albuquerque Education NICCARTHY, WILLIAM P. . . Martinez, Cul. Arts and Sciences MCGEE, INIARVA . . . . . Las Vegas Fine Arts MILLS, VVESTON . I . , . Albuquerque Engineering MITCHELL, EUGENIA .. ,. Albuquerque Education MOHR, GERALD JAMES Francis Creek, Wis. Arts and Sciences MDNTDYA, ALFRED CHAVEZ . . Silver City Arts and Sciences MURRAY, MELVIN R. . . . Albuquerque Engineering PARKHURST, CAROLINE . . . . Sunm Fe Fine Arts PAULANTIS, HELEN . . . . Albuquerque Arts and Sciences PAXMAN, RICHARD . . . , Provo, Umh Arts and Sciences PRATER, PRISCILLA . . . . Rurley, N. J. Arts and Sciences Page Forty-f-ve fs , gs 6 Bl As Sigma Tau pledges, Schneider and Wood . . . Inf TH0' TIN' fR0f RMU WNY WAHI ENN wmH WHEI WHEI FIRST Row: REDENBAUGH, JUNE, ARTS AND SCIENCES REED, ANNE, EDUCATION ................ SCHINDLER, JANE, ARTS AND SCIENCES SCHNEIDER, ROLLIN, ENGINEERING ....... SCOTT, W. H., ENGINEERING .....,......., SECOND Row: SISTY, CHARLES, ARTS AND SCIENCES .... SMALL, RICARDA, ARTS AND SCIENCES SPABERG, ELAINE, ARTS AND SCIENCES ...., STENHOUSE, PEGGY, ARTS AND SCIENCES .... STEWART, JEANNE, ARTS AND SCIENCES SUTHERLAND, SAM, ENGINEERING ....I. Q C Q' rwsvfgr .mv . 4, :e. Uh U - K' 47' - lv- 'I- .. . - .,.,, , -. . , .a. 4' ..........Belen . . . . .Albuquerque . . . . . .Honolulu . . . . .Albuquerquf . . . . Albuquerque SIMPSON, BETTY JANE, ARTS AND SCIENCES ,.,. ..... A Ibuquerquc . . . . .San Diego, Cal. San Pedro, Cal. . . . . .Albuquerque .,...Albuquerquc .. . .Harrison, Ark. .....f1lIJur1uerquc WHT! WDM WILSK THRU WEM nmol amor woon YAHU IOUN -uw, Page Forty .fzx -Bflen "We floluh, Efqyf Ffqug ifqug 'll I Clll. lffqup llfqllf I flfk. lffqll! FIRST Row: , THOMPSON, BILL, ENGINEERING .... I. TRAMMELL, JOHN J., ENGINEERING .... TROOP, JOHN, ARTS AND SCIENCES .... VARLEY, CAROL, ARTS AND SCIENCES VINYARD, R. M., ENGINEERING ............... WAHA, HOWARD B., ARTS AND SCIENCES SECOND Row: WALKER, WILL-ANN, ARTS AND SCIENCES WHEELER, DON, ARTS AND SCIENCES .... WHEELER, LESLIE, ENGINEERING ...... WYLIE, CHARLES, FINE ARTS .......... WILLIAMS, CAROL, ARTS AND SCIENCES . . WILSON, HERBERT B., EDUCATION .... TI-IIRD Row: WILSON, LARRY O., ENGINEERING WOOD, WILLIAM L., ENGINEERING WOODHEAD, PHYLLIS, FINE ARTS WOODS, FRANCIS O., GENERAL ........ YASHVIN, JEANNE, ARTS AND SCIENCES . . YOUNG, DAVID C., ARTS AND SCIENCES ... ...........Hobb.I .. . . .Florence, Ariz. . ......Albuquerque .............De1z-'ver . .Highland Park, Ill. ............Albuquerque ........Sa1zta Fe . . . .G'ridley, Cal. ... . .Albuquerque . . . .Santa Rosa .........Capitan . . . . .Pa.fadena, Cal. . . . .Tuc.fon, Ariz. .. ...Albuquerque . . . . .Albuquerque . . . . .Albuquerque . ,............ Santa Fe Half Moon Bay, Cal. ad their ups and downs 0 I 7' sf' IM" B Page Forty-:even LUIS A"LEN'd sciences ' Aff! 'U ANCONA' BEA? - ' Fine Arts 'KMHLL m5TQeieLffS , H BAIKICKLWJ , .. Legneeflng " L H' AAA2nIAESciencCS - ER NEQLA and Sc1eI1CC5 ' L SHIRLIEE Aiisland Sc1enCCS 4 Brno, VW Ggntfdl BLALL, ROBERT L- Arts and Scrences . . BLAKE, BBTSY Fine Arts ...---- Bum, Bon ' Arts and Scrences . . BLALLLL, 0. J. Arts and Sciences Bmnscomnn, Mnncc Arts and Sciences GL Brewer, MARTHA Arts and Scrences . 310055, ELLEN Arts and Sciences ,, BUBANY, RUM General ,,,,, .HAQ Jack Redman, President Phyllis Harris, Vzce Preszdent Margaret Herlihy, Secretary Arts anA"SgLEDA Ll ences , BURNL11- B Educarioi, img Bm Ge LBLLNLEQE CARROLL PLfALi?'? FS .-!A,. ff ALLEN, LoIs Arts and Sciences . . . Lofvinqton, N. M. ANcoNA, BETTY Fine Arts ............. Albuquerque BARNHART, KATHL Arts and Sciences BARRICKLOWV, W. H. Engineering ....... BARTE, LEE H. Arts and Sciences BECKER, NEOLA Arts and Sciences BELL, SHIRLEE Arts and Sciences Brno, V1oLA General .... BLAIR, ROBERT L. Arts and Sciences . BLAKE, BETSY Fine Arts ..... BLUM, Boa Arts and Sciences BRADLEY, O. J. ff. Carlsbari . . Albuquerque ....., Albuquerque ...... Albuquerque ... Santa Fe .. Sanfa Fe San Mateo, Cal. . . . Mountainair .. Dayton, Ohio Arts and Sciences .. .. Tucumeari BRANSCOMBE, MARGE Arts and Sciences Grand Junction, Col. BREWER, MARTHA Arts and Sciences .. .. Albuquerque BROOKS, ELLEN Arts and Sciences ..... Phoenix, Ariz. BUBANY, Rum General ..... BURLESON, CLEDA LEE Arts and Sciences BURNETT, BETTYE Education ...... BYRD, BERNIECE General ...,..., CARROLL, Lois Fine Arts ..... ... Gallup .. Rankin, Tex. Amarillo, Tex. .. Albuquerque ... Pueblo, Colo. Was we ra SOPHO R S Senorita Ancona entertains at Mexican Independence Day fiesta g'ifAesk?MH'Hs 'Sir Qiv xgww ,A K3 :W SCPHOMORES FIRST Row: CARTER, KENNETH Arts and Sciences CLINCHY, NIARCUERITE Education ........,. CORBIT, TERRY' Arts and Sciences .. . CORMAN, ROSEMARY Arts and Sciences ,, CORNELIUS, DOROTHY' Arts and Sciences . CURTIS, CHARLEMAUD Education .., . ,... DARCAN, MARION Arts and Sciences .. SECOND Row: DAULTON, HERBERT Arts and Sciences .. DAVIDSON, H. E. Engineering .,. DAVIS, STANLEY Engineering .... .. Burley, Idaho .. Albuquerque Pasadena, Calif. . Carlsbad , Albuquerque .. Albuquerque .. Albuquerque , Ignacio, Colo. . Albuquerque .. Gallup DENNY, BARBARA Arts and Sciences .. DUFFY, LIDBY Arts and Sciences .. DUNLAP, LI. OYD A. Arts and Sciences ... Arts and Sc FISHIRD ROW: .. Gallup .. Hobbs lVatson'ville, Calif. EDXVARDS, CHARLES VV. iences .... . . . Bellfvzefw, N. lil. EILERMEYER, HERBERT Engineering ., . FALKENBERG, JOHN Engineering . FELLIN, OTTO P. Engineering .. FIEE, GIIADE Engmeering . . .. FISCHER, ROSEMARY Fine Arts ...... ,. FLETCHER, DOROTHY' Arts and Sciences FRANCHINI, GEORGE Arts and Sciences A4 'V . . . Belen .. Derzfver, Colo. ,. Gallup . Albuquerque .. Belen .. Raton . Albuquerque I-A . .tj-V . ..,.,, -0 5 1 x- 5.2 I - L-3 M--,ot .S FIRST Row: FRAN IcI.IN, LILA Fine Arts ,..... FREE, EDNVARD A. Arts and Sciences FUQUA, ORVILLE El Paso, Tex. Profvo, Ulalz Arts and Sciences Albuquerque FURMAN, W. D. Engineering ..,.. Hlourztainazr GAEEDRD, XAVILLIAM Engineering .,..... . Tufumcari GAI.I,owAY, LEWIS Engineering ..... Albuquerque GARRETT, NORMA Fine Arts ....,. .. Lofvington SECOND Row: GEORGE, ALLYN Arts and Sciences .. Santa Fe GICHENKO, JENNIFER Arts and Sciences .. ...Clefueland, 0. GOEBEL KENNETH Arts and Sciences . .. Lubbock, Tex. CSOLDBERG, MARVIN Engineering ..r... GRIFFIN, GERALD Arts and Sciences GRIFFIN, PATTY Arts and Sciences HALL, JIMAIIE Engineering . . THIRD Row: HAMILTON, RHEBA Education ..,.... HANNETT, PATRICIA Education .......... HARRIS, PHYI.I,Is Arts and Sciences PIASH, W. J. Arts and Sciences HAYES, MICHAEL Engineering .. . HAYES, TILIOTHY Arts and Sciences HENNESY, PAT Engineering . El Paso, Tex ,. Burlingame, Cal ., Silfver City . Carlsbad ,. Silfver City . Albuquerque .. Albuquerque ,. Haskell, Okla . Berkeley, Calif Beverly Hills, Calif ., El Paso, Tex y,- , R -4,-q-pa-Q:-1 --ff,-Y -we Y- iq- --K My Y -vvvm-'r 'wr-1 f---A T . - --f--1 vff-'-1 -Try:-I,,..., .Vw . A, , K- , -. . e nc- A 5 -A, ' , . ,,,3,t.,.. ,In ,... ,, .., ... .... .-.f .-.M ...un , ,. ...Jr ..,.I,,,,,., ...tm 2' FIRST Row: PIERLIHY, MARGARET Arts and Sciences PIIGHT, PEGGY Fine Arts ....... HODGES, NORMAN Engineering ...... HOl.MES, JAMES M. Arts and Sciences JACOBS, GLORIA Arts and Sciences JOHNS, HARRIET Education ...,.. JOHNSON, BILL Engineering . . . ...Belen . . . Albuquerque .. Silver City . . . Albuquerque Port Arthur, Texas . . Albuquerque . . . Albuquerque SECOND Row: KAMBAK, HAROLD Arts and Sciences ...... KAssvAN, LUCILLE Arts and Sciences KAUNE, JULIE General ...,... KIECH, VIRGINIA Fine Arts ....... LAND, DOROTHY Fine Arts .......... . LANGFORD, ARTHUR Engineering ....... LARsoN, LoUIsE Arts and Sciences Huron, S. Dark. Brooklyn, N. Y. . . . . Santa Fe Jonesboro, Ark. .. Albuquerque . . . . Hobbs .. Silver City THIRD ROW: LASSITER, KITTY Arts and Sciences LAVIER, ERNEST E. Engineering .... LINDBERG, ROBERT Arts and Sciences LOWRY, ALLENE Arts and Sciences LUKER, JEANNE Arts and Sciences MACDONALD, MARIAN Education .............. MACDOUGAL, ROBERT Engineering ..... .... .., Santa Fe .. Oregon City, Ore. Belen . Albuquerque . Albuquerque Lincoln, Nebr. . . . Clovis Page Fifty-tfwo Frm Row: Muni H 4. nn Am and Sciei lifts and S Kwik. CLI0 JC fi . 5 and SUCIII Mikm Education nc MARRY -1 JA ring and SSR 1 Cienq E111 MASOY ., W fini and Ei Mn fini i if ff! ,fum age, lanfd F' fy, 0rz. V. Balm lqwfquz ,qurqlf M Nfl!- Clavll ,, iifff""l FIRST Row: NIANDA, HARRIET Arts and Sciences . MANGAN, MARY LOU Arts and Sciences . . . MARR, CLEO JOYCE Arts and Sciences ,, MARTIN, FRANCES Education ....... MARTIN, JACK R. Arts and Sciences .. MASON, WILLIAM Arts and Sciences ...... MCCLASKEY, EDWARD Arts and Sciences .. Page F iffy-three . , . Mentmore . . El Paso, Tex. . .. Albuquerque . . Sil-ver City . Amarillo, Tex. Platteville, Colo. . . .... Exlirze, Iofwa SECOND ROW: MCCLELLAND, RAQUEL Arts and Sciences MCCORMICK, JANE Arts and Sciences ......... MCGLANIERY, ARTHUR Engineering ......... iN1CINTOSI-I, KATHRYN LOU Arts and Sciences ......... MEIER, CAROLYN Fine Arts ........... Fort MELTON, JACQUELINE General .............. . . . METZLER, ALICE Arts and Sciences .. .. Santa Fe Albuquerque Albuquerque Albuquerque Wayne, Ind. Albuquerque Albuquerque 162 THIRD Row: NIYER, ELSIE Arts and Sciences . NIICHAEI., ROBERT E. Arts and Sciences MOORE, J. E. Arts and Sciences NEWMAN, JANET Arts and Sciences . N EWCOME, PRISCILLA Education .....r.. NOBLE, HERB Engineering . . . O,GRADY, PAT Education .... Albuquerque Albuquerque .. Hobbs . . . . Gallup Albuquerque Hinsdale, Ill. Albuquerque l-JRTIZ, ORLANDO Arts and Sciences . DE PATTEN, HOBART Arts and Sciences .. PEARSON, MARJORIE Fine Arts , ..,.. .. PLATTER, HARRY Engineering ..r. PRYOR, PAT Arts and Sciences ,. REED, W. L. Engineering ....., RICE, ANNA FRANCES Arts and Sciences .4.r ROMERO, ELIU General ..,...,. ROMME, HOWARD Arts and Sciences . ROSENDERG, BETTY Fine Arts ..,..... SAYLER, C. K. Arts and Sciences , SCHOEBEL, ALICE Education .,,.. SCOTT, JACK Arts and Sciences .. SHAMASKIN, ROBERT Arts and Sciences .. SHEEFIELD, RUSSELL Arts and Sciences ., SHERMAN, JACKIE General ...,....., SMITH, J. P. Engineering ..... SMITH, MARION Arts and Sciences SMITH, VVADE Engineering . . . SPARKS, BETTY Fine Arts .... STATLER, ROBERT Engineering .. STERN, DAN Engineering . SUTTON, JOHN Arts and Sciences , TATE, BETTY Arts and Sciences , T11'US, CAMPBELL D. Arts and Sciences .. 'liOVVNSEND, BILL .. Taos .. Des llloines, Iofwa . Temple, Tex. Houston, Tex. .. Albuquerque .. Jal ., Albuquerque . San Cristobal A Albuquerque El Paso, Tax. Topeka, Kan. . . . Socorro ,, Alhuquarqur rllaylwood, Ill. Kayssvillf, Utah . Chirago, Ill. , Santa Rosa Santa Fr Aztfc , Albuqucrquf Glrrzrlalf, Ariz. ,. Albuquerque . Modrsto, Cal. .. Hobbs Dfnfvfr, Colo. General .,,.,... Huntington Parle, Calif. TRYON, JUANITA Education .,.... VIEHXVIG, VV. R. Arts and Sciences .. . VVALTER, NIARJORIE Education ...,..,.. VVIGGINS, JEAN Arts and Sciences .. VVILSON, JAMES L. Engineering . WILsON, SARA Education ,......., YVITHERSPOON, LOIS Fine Arts .......,.. VVOODBURY, EDITH Arts and Sciences ..., ZXVIC KY, EVERETT E. . .. Sedan , lllalarl, Idaho ., S ocorr o ., Tulsa, Okla. .. Santa Fc' . , , Rosfwell ,. Albuquerque .... Silfver City Engineering ...... Coeur d'Alenr, Idaho fi., Atl- ,.,X ,, AMBROSE, SELMA Arts and Sciences ANCONA, CAROL Arts and Sciences ANDERS, JULIA Fine Arts ....... ANDRADE, LEONOR Arts and Sciences BABcocK, BETTY Education ....... BAcoN, PATTY Arts and Sciences BALLINGER, TOMMIE Education ........,.. BALLMER, RAY Engineering . . BELL, LINDA Arts and Sciences BENTON, BETTY Arts and Sciences BEST, M. JEAN General ............. BIBB, GEORGIA ANNE Education ........... . . BLACK, CHARLES Engineering .... BOTELER, VIRGIL . . , . . Gallup . Albuquerque Winfield, Kan. .. Gallup Den-ver, Colo. . Albuquerque .. Santa Rosa ,. Santa Rita . Albuquerque , Albuquerque ..... Forrext . Albuquerque . . . . Carlrbad Arts and Sciences ....i. Floyelada, Tex. BRASHER, ALYCE FRANCES Fine Arts ...... BRENNAN, ANNA General ........ BRIDLER, BILL Arts and Sciences BROOKE, JIM General .... BULLEN, IAN . Albuquerque . Albuquerque .. .,., Albuquerque . Silfver City Fine Arts ..... . . . Albuquerque BYRD, BEATRICE General ,... . . . . . Albuquerque I 1 ,el Gill?-9' x, f "se-as nf' ' xv A ' I mf L ' o WW' 'OW 'iwydr FRESHME Brasher shows Missourian Fayman Southwestern customs including the Varsuviana - Page Fzfty-.nx Ii 5 X f 4 5 5 Fifty-Ji! I 4 FRE HME EvA NS, DONALD Arts and Sciences ...... FARIS, FRANCIS Engineering .... . . . FEII., ANNELIES Arts and Sciences . FLORA, THOMAS Engineering .. FLUI-IMAN, ELIZABETH Education .......... FLUITT, ERVA Arts and Sciences .. GALLAHER, LEO J. Arts and Sciences . . . G:XLLEGOS, MINERVA Fine Arts .......... GARCIA, ARTHUR Arts and Sciences GAY, JAMES W. Arts and Sciences .. GII,LESPIE, ANDY Education .......... GRANATH, RICHARD Engineering ....... GRAXY, JANE Arts and Sciences .. GRAY, JEAN Arts and Sciences .. GREENE, RUTH Arts and Sciences .. GRESSER, JUDY Arts and Sciences HALE, JEAN Education ....... HANNA, IMA JEAN Arts and Sciences HARVATIN, JOE Engineering .... HARRIS, JEANNE Engineering . . . ..,. Espanola Franklin Park, Ill. . . . .Belen . . Rosfwell . . . Roy Santa Rosa Lifvermore, Cal. .. Albuquerque . . . . Liberal, Kans. .. Albuquerque . . Clayton . . . Hobbs . . . Deming . . . . Deming .. Santa Rila Teaneck, N. J. .. Albuquerque .. Albuquerque .. Sesser, Ill. . . Tucumcari Ellanola Pdrle, Ill. - . . . .Balm - Rowell ...Alloy lanla Rom fmorz, Cal. llvuquerqru rral, KM!- lbuqvlflflf Clayllll Hall: l pgmllll I Dttllllll lalllll Rim gill: N' J' lu4""qW lu4""W ,gift . :Mi W-gill Spurs rush newcomers on a quick tour of the campus aw I u W ...'QV-. R aglyge, We J rg 'U f 4, gl ov M -HN. PIAYVKINSON, BIRDYE Education ......... HINTON, FRANCES Education ....... HOLT, PATRICIA Arts and Sciences HUNTER, HELEN Education ...,... HURST, GORDON ... Albuquerque .. Albuquerque ... Albuquerque .. El Paso, Tex. Arts and Sciences . ..,... San Jose, Calif. I JACOBSON, HOWARD B. Arts and Sciences .... JOHNS, BILLY Arts and Sciences .. JONES, JOSEPHINE Arts and Sciences JONES, LAWRENCE Arts and Sciences .. KALLIMANI, COsTA Arts and Sciences .. KELLOW, JACK C. Engineering ...,.. KRAMER, EDYVARD Arts and Sciences .... LANSING, KAYE Arts and Sciences LEA, LOUISE Fine Arts ...... LEWIS, VIVIAN Arts and Sciences LEY, PETER C. Bridgeport, Conn. ... Albuquerque . .. Albuquerque Salt Lake City, U. , .. Van Houton .. Pocatello, Idaho san Lake city, U. ... Albuquerque .. Albuquerque . . . Albuquerque Arts and Sciences ..,.,. Lafayette, Calif. LIGOETT, RUTH Arts and Sciences . .. ... LLOYD, MARGERIE Arts and Sciences ., LOCKETT, KAY Arts and Sciences ..,...... MCCLUNG, DON H. Engineering ........ Los MCCUTCHEON, BETTY Arts and Sciences ......... Denfver, Colo. Albuquerque Albuquerque Angeles, Calif. . , . Carlsbad MCDONALD, ANNA ELIZABETH Fine Arts ...,............,. Carlsbad MCINTOSH, CLINTON Arts and Sciences ...... Grady MCLOUGHLIN, MARJORIE Fine Arts ..,.....,..... Santa Fe MCNEW, FRANCES Education ....... Alamogordo MARTIN, MELVIN Arts and Sciences Albuquerque MATTHEWS, MARIE General ........... ....... R osfwell MERILATT, JOHN Engineering ..... .. Topeka, Kans. MEYER, MARILYN Arts and Sciences .... . . . Lincoln, Nebr. MILLER, GWEN General ,..... .......... . .. Nfelrose MOEN, MARY ELIZABETH ' Arts and Sciences ....... Albuquerque MOORE, PEGGY General ....... .. Carlsbad MORRISSET, MARION Arts and Sciences .... Lubbock, Tex. MORTON, ROBERT G. Engineering ........ .. Hurley MUTTO, CATHERINE Arts and Sciences .. .. Gallup NAVARRETTE, CLAUDE Arts and Sciences . . San Francisco, Calif. "'1'2'ffw,,Qf"ss: lem all Remember when the photographer crashed a Bandelier house meeting to get this one? Page Sixty M, swf 1 . Q ,u f. w 9' A a 1 w.-,gi x fi, I .F ,sg 3 E nz- ., w ,rfgi F I N ' I 1:35 9? , 1 if Ai' 235 hf - 'Ai '1 l 1 TERRY, MARILYN Arts and Sciences ,. Albuq. TESTMAN, TERI Arts and Sciences ., fllbuq. TEUTSCH, SHIRLEY General ..., ..... S anta Fc TIREMAN, MARJORIE Arts and Sciences fllbuq. TRUMBLE, MAURINE A. and S. .. Waigorz Jlflound TIUCKER, EDITH Fine Arts ..,...... Clofvzs Page Sixty-tl-wo E5 TWIN: PM ,. T"""r Engintffmg " INA I I'1c1sI,?!ciences N-Y" Ansfn .I wl,0IfI,'W' fllbuquf' Inginffflng " iiiiiliioiloii - - -Nbuqum ' M1 iiiiilirtsii -'llbuqufrq W, muy, JUNE FQAJAIIS ,.,. filbllqffffq Wm, MIIII5 Arts and Sciences Farmingmi WIEIIII, Noam lm Am and Sfieuces Rankin, T WlIIm1s,MIII' Fmc Educanon MEM I I Pale - Slkfyqhrte Wg, WY. I ' 1 lvimuifs nd Sciences .. Albuq. xy Tim Hdisgiences ,, .Hilli- 3H, SHIRLEY ii -4'-" Sfmtu if MARION ,ubiq- iiil, ScienCC5 M, lxfifimjll Mound I 5' " . R, EDU? , Wi MIS 1 if Siffywo TYNDALL, JAMES Engineering .... Turumcarz V1c1N1, SAVINA I Arts and Sciences N.Y., N.Y. WAGNER, JEAN A Engineering .. Albuquerque WALLS, JOAN Education ..., fllbuqucrque WALLS, MYRA Fine Arts .... fllbuqucrquc WATERMAN, JUNE Fine Arts .... Albuquerque WEBB, MAx1NE Arts and Sciences Farmington WHEELER, NORMA JEAN Arts and Sciences Rankin, T. WILLIAMS, MARY FRANCES Education ........ Capitan Page Sixty-three l ,i 5 I sf n 1 "lu 1 0 w ' I. 1 x ll 1... ' 1 ' ' . 'LHB . -"1 'A'-., "fr fl 3' r .4 J W 1' 1 9' - f.. .f'- ' M W5 fi . ' Q, . 1 wr - - faq,-...A . . ' " , 'n I' . "2..'1-'., A liinqgj. . ,4 11 ' ' 'A '.-J'-1 ' .ww - . - 1g..,'g . - ' . 1- ' N'-5-?i:'a-., - '- I 1' 'fl' I vl f 1 ' f ' ,ll 11,1l' , I 1 f ' I 1' O' 0' f"4 f 1 "' 1 f' Q 1 Q I , I U Y ' 4' 1 5 " I rf: " . I x I ll Q l 1 I Y , I .V - U , 4 ' H V., .. ,ic ,. . -'Q ,,.1:.:?' I ' 't 1 Vai? ' W F' I' HW' ' ' . 0 'K - K, ..-- -' .. I- ..-QV' ' b , ' I, ' I M.. . ,,,, 1 . .. lu '4 Sailors in Coll g cl' J With the establishment of the V-I2 unit on the University campus, a marked change in student life was brought about. Half of the student enrollment consists of sailors sent to college by the Navy Department. These naval trainees occupy a unique position, being both sailors and college students at the same time. While attending classes and participating in student activities with civilian students, they are essen- tially sailors, being subject to regular naval dis- cipline and regulations, and receiving the pay Of an Apprentice Seaman. The purpose of the Naval College Training Program, of which this unit is a part, is to pr0- vide college training and background for naval officer candidates. lVIembers of the Naval R.O.T.C. receive their commissions upon the completion of their training here, while the remaining men have further instruction at a midshipman's school before being commissioned. Page Sixty JI-1 The first day of school and Navarette trundles his first batch of G. I. clothing to the dorm. I As the men drill, they de- velop the ability and spirit of cooperation necessary so that they, someday, may be able to lead other men. UQ fb EEZ 252355 j H. 3... Q1 On liberty, trainees rest for a While from the student Work the pro- l gram requires. 'G-"L aria-?.L?rB H 'F' ir Q it Page Sixty-sefven , . .in . These were the officers of the New Mexico University V-I2 Unit at the end of the Winter semester. They are the oiiicers who led and instructed the trainees, Who handled the supply and finances of the unit, who protected the health of the men stationed here, and upon Whom rested the responsi- bility for the successful prosecution of the mission assigned to the unit. Though the individual officers are frequently changed, their duties re- main, and these duties Will continue to be efiiciently discharged. Captain J. B. Will, USN qRef.y QFFUCERS Commander T. S. Daniel, USN qRet.p Lt. Comdr. A. V. D. Smith, USNR jihe N.. U1 JICY ar: ned lhe 'SUPPIY and md the Dte ned here, 6 resP0nsi. 56505011 of Unit. IECCIS at duties re. Continue C 1 ,LQ - . .I -,A ir .5. ia -. H - , i 1,1 n.:...z2.,".1' . gr . A ,f If X if .un Ml... fm. . .V , W iv' .V Lt. Comdr. T. E. Norris, USNR Lt. H. V. Mathany, USNR Lt. qigy W. J. Toner, USNR Page Sixty-nine Lt. Comdr. R. W. Judd, USNR Lt. R. A. Hoolhorst, USNR Lt. R. L. Lokensgard, USNR Lt. S. E. Ogle, USNR Ens. I. B. Delamater, USNR Ens. M. L. Hosinski, USNR in Sad-eyed fellows going West to the San Diego boot camp. The mess hall, Where Miss Campbell and her stall feed five hundred men three times a day. Life With the Rio Grande Fleet gf N va ,. J. . -, .18 " 157: ' knfil .3 L.. - . lff7f".'. A La ' . Lili-a,.s Miss l umpiresi ,....,gm ...f X QA-JY Miss Mitten, the pride of the unit, umpires a softball game - Page Seventy-one Pay Day! Left: The social men turn out for a big Saturday evening N, 455 i . i""""""""""u PHYSICKL EDUC?-YTION 'X I Kilian takes off with a nice lead from Cocubinsky in a 440 relay Learning the scientific Way to take care of yourself - I r i , ' Q ' til 1, - 2 1 S V A A 1' 1 E .xl llwf A P. E. class off for a hard run around the cross-country course Page Swerzty-tfwo 'Wu Hokou he gf., ead fl'0m Y I HP i take S l F l lg' P, A. ,J , 4- if . rc! 5-tl .-1 .QV r , l fs ll, K l V gllllywa ,sf Hokona Hall hand laundry Lining up for one of Gracie's Sunday specials Battalion Commander lVIcVVhirter with his nose to the grindstone K... Future navxgators trymg to locate Albuquerque ll M Page seventy-three I I2 Battalion The V-12 unit is organized as a battalion consist- ing of six companies of two platoons each. At the head of the battalion are the battalion com- mander and his staff. Below the battalion com- mander are the company and platoon ollicers, in charge of their respective groups. These posi- tions are all held by student oliicers, to Whom is entrusted a large part of the responsibility for the conduct ofthe battalion. In this battalion are men from the fleet who have given up rates to come here. There are men with several years of college behind them, and there are men who are straight from high school. But whether they are dry-land sailors, or old salts with service stripes, they are all here to be trained to he officers in the United States Navy. Page Seventy-four 3 Comma Sub'C0 Adjuta commi c. P, 0 f M 1 l Pllfs., 'MMU BATTALION STAFF Commander M, Mcwhirter Sub-Commander E. P. Hampson Adjutant J. D. Robb Commissary G. A. Mitchell C. P. O. G. D. Dickinson COMPANY CFFICERS First Co. C. W. Sisty Second CO- K. W. Mount Third Co. W. H. Scott ' Fourth Co. E. P. Hampson Fifth Co. P. E. Kilburn Sixth Co. I. P. Logan PLATOON OFFICERS Back row: W. A. Small, L. J. Gallagher, J. W. Daniels, W. L. Ullom, F. N. Finn, E. E. Lavier, YV. H. Mills, I. C. Redman. Middle row: I. M. King, R. E. Burris, W. M. Smalley, J. M. Nutter, P. A. Feil, S. R. W. Johnson, G. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' B T. R Rosen, N. A. Florentlno, D. E. Garcia. Front row. G. D1 Sano, C. L. Wiley, T. R. Murray, W. B. arton, . Turbeville, B. W. Neuffer, W. A. Smith. Page Se-'venty-fi-'ue Top row: N. A. Fiorentino, R. C. Noe, C. G. Wiley, W. H. Martin, W. F. Townsend. Third row: M. Dargan, H. B. Wilson, I. K. Hackney, R. C. Lanier, E. F. Johnson. Second row: J. J. Friedman, H. A. Smith, S. L. Sutherland, T. W. Strome, G. M. Chande, L. G. Barte, B. F. Johnson. First row: L. Katz, D. S. Stern, E. Kilian, J. T. Reid, A. M Erdal, T E. Stone, C. W. Cooper, G. Rosen, platoon commander. First Compan Top row: R. O. Bell, S. R. W. johnson, J. Diodosio. Third row: V. D. Parnell, M. O. Romme, W. C. White, E. V. Balcomb J. W. Gurley, J. M. Ewing, W C Thompson. Second row: J. N. Hodges, H. E. Kinney, W. B. Green, T. W. Welchel, H. E. Davidson, J. T. Denhoff, H. O. Ellermeyer. First row: J. P. Smith, O. B. Thorpe, P. H. Harley, R. W. Blum, R. D. Darnell, G. Franchini, T. A. Borland, B. H. Neuffer, platoon commander. ! Page Sefveniy-.fix TDI .'l V ' -FI'Wr T ZICIF' v" r U.. ' .-.JMS l l Pile w SWIM lson, . M. . W. omb, l. E. nell, Top row: G. W. Fife, I. C. Scott, H. L. Noble, O. W. Smith, J. M. Holmes, C. F. Cramer. Second row: J. P. Garcia, G. S Emmons, F. M. Fulton, O. C. Fuqua, B. M. Maxwell, A. L. Tafoya. First row: J. L. Haslam, B. A. Faller, J. H. Beems, R. B Shamaskin, K. W. Mount, L. W. Wheeler, F. J. Marberry, M. C. Kiech, W. B. Barton, platoon commander. Second Compan Top row: T. N. Page, H. A. Romme, W. R. Gafford, M. L. Neighbors, C. VV. Davidson, C. L. Wiley. Second row:.H. L Sanchez, L. Henderson, P. Baca, E. L. Morris, M. R. Murray, M: L. Webb. Flrst row: W. J. Hash, J. R. Wall, R. Mlchael M. Salas, H. P. Daulton, L. C. Galloway, A H. Mencher, W. A. Smith, platoon commander. Page Sefventy-seven - .. LL... Q.-.u. ..a.........,....:... Top row: G. W. Dixon, A. R. James, A. W. Riter, V. G. Black, L. M. Shumway, W. H. Barricklow, E. C. Bickley, D. Lam- bert, R. C. Clark. Third row: F. P. Hapgood, Q. Wright, L. K. Baxter, T. F. Devlin, H. B. Layne, J. L. Allison, V. E. Welch, R. D. Brand, L Dassoff. Second row: C. G. Blumenthal, R. A. Leadabrand, V. L. lklahoney, R. G. Moore, G. A. Mohr, R. L. Byers, R. R. Wakefield, M. J. Crawley, E. H. Chapman. Bottom row: E. S. Husted, J. N. Brown, A. L. Glover, S. L. Fayman, D. F. Wetaby, J. B. Neill, H. F. Burch, L. O. Wilson, R. A. Blaise, G. L. Maxwell, F. N. Finn, platoon commander. Third Compan Top row: P. V. White, C. F. Robinson, T. L. Moulton, K. V. Carter, B. J. Lemmon, D. D. Parker, L. D. Hoadley, H Robinson, C. S. Cooper. Third row: J. J. Slivkoff, J. P. Ekins, R. H. Shefheld, W. T. Maxon, H. M. Hayes, R. G. Paxman, R. C. Patch, H. M. Kambak, P. T. Moser Second row: R Ragenovich, S. H. Gold, D. B. Miller, E. L. Spangler, M. E. Goldberg, R. A. Sullivan, W. F Cartwright, R. R. Chaffee, W. J. Louderback, C. B. McCullar. Bottom row: J. T. Park, D. W. Dooley, W. G. Gibson, D. G. Roberts, C. E. Gordon, R. H. Rodrigues, W. C. Overhults, S. W. Potts, C. S. Taggart, H. S. Taggart, W. W. Ryder. Page Seventy-eight -..Q :S Top row: G- M. W. Eckert, Dudek, R. R. R1 Williams, D. C R. Krebs. Secot A. W. Fontes, R Navarette, B. E Tvp row: G. E. Peterson. Four 5- l. Evans, A. R- D. Statler, E C. Kellow, R, 1 H- l- Fedde, W Houck, T, R, 7 We Mm X l .lvllnt W ...,. . l ..,,..,., , X Top row: G. H. Mertz, W. Cretan, A. E. Sumsion, D. A. Bambrough, I. G. Elkins,C. E. Barsten, R. C. Wood, A. J. Yoli M. W. Eckert, T. E. McCollogh. Fourth row: L. A. Sallee, C. T. Covill, R. F. Donaldson, R. E. Lane, S. B. Ewen, E. F Dudek, R. R. Rowe, E. C. McAdams, M. W. Morriset, M. L. Stanley, D. C. Lerwill. Third row: C. G. Kallimani, T. R Williams, D. Charles, J. Martin, W. J. Louderback, H. P. Schultz, W. N. Thompson, R. Nelson, H. R. Selby, M. E. Picazo, R. Krebs. Second row: I. L. Nickel, J. F. Norris, D. L. Page, Owens, VV. S. Stevenson, R. W. Lythgoe, P. C. Ley, R. G. Morton A. VV. Fontes, R. K. Granath, W. E. Eichhorst. First row: E. L. Brown, R. E. McClendon, G. Copeland, O. B. Williams, C: Navarette, B. E. Geter, E. R. Bone, J. V. Allen, R. R. Bower, L. C. Reynolds, S. B. Dobyns, W. H. Mills, platoon commander. Fourth Compan Top row: G. E. Edwards, F. I. Beeson, H. R. Thompson, G. A. Jacobs, G. J. McCulloch, E. B. Dobbs, V. H. Boteler, D, Peterson. Fourth row: R. L. Hibbert, W. D. Lehigh, A. C. Murphy, W. B. Wilson, D. A. Maaske, N. O. Kent, T. C. Milik S. J. Evans, A Garcia R. D. Keenan. Third row: G. F. Hurst, K. D. Goeble, F. A. Scarpella, D. F. Canevari, G. L. Berger C. Kellow, R. o. Morrow, L. E. Toney, R. D. Hudson, R. A. Dofohnk, J. A. Rodgers, G. L. Miller. First f0WI.W. J. Raith H. J. Fedde, W. P. Cheek, L. C. McKinney, E. A. Anderson, R. H. Lilevick, L. Williams, D. L. Brown, H. D. Robinson, W. R Houck, T. R. Turbeville, platoon commander. P092 Seventy-nine ,.. -dau- .a,.-.. ...n .. ..... . ! R. D. sfnuor D. T. Brdwn R. B. French K. D. Rosh, s. H. Welsh. Second now: L. A. Jones, J. Y. Hoifman, J. J. Jookoon, Jf Top row: R. W. Jones, G. M. Boswell, T. W. Riise, W. M. Herbert, R. D. Hudson, J. S. Bennett, J. F. Tillery, S. A. Heininger, L. N. Ragle. Third row: T. H. Flora, C. K. Sayler, W. N. Bridler, J. M. Bills, F. Altus, J. O. Koontz, R. W. Ludwick, W. Lewis, B. C. Elliott, J. F. Falkenberg. Second row: K. R. Hafen, C. C. Claas, N. W. Hunter, T. B. Conway, J. E. Savage, J. J. Trammel, J. L. Cunningham, E. C. Cates, G. S. Gatewood, R. S. Balian. Bottom row: E. Cramer, D. W. Wheeler, R. S. Scott, W. P. Wesley, J. H. Ludlow, T. Hayes, R. L. Wellington, H. C. Miller, G. Griffen, J. W. Daniels, platoon commander. Fifth Compan Top row: O. J. Bradley, J. E. Moore, H. W. Platter, J. M. Hueter, R. R. Jones, M. A. Pino. Fourth row: O. P. Fellin, F. A. Calleros, O. L. Smith, P. H. Adams, D. H. McClung, T. A. Ryan, S. L. Somers, H. W. Stevenson, S. D. Trunkey. Third row: J. P. Burton, J. C. Sutton, M. E. Dehlinger, J. K. Hunt, D. C. Young, B. Reese, D. L. Beebe, R. R. Schneider, J. D. Coleman. Second row: J. P. Simmons, W. S. Bon, C. Ledwith, J. J. Jordan, C. Q. Underwood, M. P. Greaves, R. P. Morton, J. E. Johnson, R. B. Hansen. Bottom row: L. R. Millikin, S. F. Rister, E. D. Hayes, C. S. Robinson, R. W. Ballmer, L. Gutierrez, L. E. West, W. P. McCarthy, E. E. Lavier, platoon commander. Page Eighty l 3 l Top row: Fourth roi R. S. Vesta Third row E, F. Sacca Second rov Weiss, M. I Bottom row Hudson, B. TOP Row: l Third rowg Second row: Bottom row: Platoon Com Pig . e Evalzym Page w 1 l Top row: R. E. Burris, M. W. Orgill, D. L. Peirce, I. A. Rodgers, S. S. McEwan, J. E. Byers. Fourth row: W. M. Ela, R. G. Orcutt, R. L. Blair, D. Judd, E, L. McIntyre, J. VV. Brockhouse, F. F. Carr, J. C. Heringer, R. S. Vestal, E. E. Zwicky. Third row: G. Monthan, R. G. Gerdin, A. R. Lloyd, A. D. Dangerfield, R. R. Denton, H. L. Faber, W. J. Cook, D. D. Ozman, E. F. Sacca, A. Daugherty. Second row: G. V. Lemmon, J. Cocubinsky, L. A. Dunlap, G. W. De Gregori, J. E. Drake, J. H. Abbott, N. M. Freed, J. D. Weiss, NI. S. Robertson, T. W. Ogilvie. Bottom row: F. D. Wagner, J. C. Velguth, L. A. Moulton, R. L. O'Hara, A. L. Langford, C. A. Imboden, A. Sessions, M. N. Hudson, B. B. Lupton, M. IW. Milfs, W. A. Small, Platoon Commander. ixth Compan Top Row: P. A. Feil, E. A. Free, L. D. Morris, E. P. Hennesy, R. H. Gregg. Third row: E. M. Pratt, H. L. Plansoen, E. A. Lauck, E. C. Huish, R. D. Thompson, B. R. Dixon, E. L. Nimer. Second row: 1. L. Niemeyer, R. P. Olbert, T. G. Boone, J. W. Beatty, R. C. Mullen, R. Teeples, S. B. Paynter. Bottom row: F. C. Mires, G. C. Clark, W. L. Young, W. H. Cozart, A. B. Hazard, W. R. Welty, G. H. Wheelock, J. M. King, Platoon Commander. Eighty-one I I f I .l 1 o H . " I ' "L ' L-WS. .r ' ' J , o ' N .. 1 . ia ' - -' 1. 1 M 1 54.5 --H , ,e - '. ' ' ' . ' - Q '. ' , Qtr? "-V, . ' l n. 'PI fy. , . . .I .' , I I f-"""' I -"I -, .. F A 1 f 1 K 1 1 x J U . .1 1 V . W .,,-. , A - If 54 A h 1 1 I 3 i I i 1 v I I r . 1 5' v x 2 I ll. N W i I '24 VI ff i l 1' 1' ' . 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I ,-5 , Yu A I ' 0 -.. . :ff , frw - W I bn -, . ,- . s' .A -1 V , A , -, I .Aw l 2 ' Marilyn Prawn' f -a fig-sw' 1 -.fuss Pvpulurify Qumz I , S -N 32 n Sacfie fbaaiam W .W W , lf nk A 4 X-f:.zts1:"L .ai X II .1 V 1 I KN-A'j1.,,,. ,4 ffwzdau is Gafwlme Baeniaai - v 1,4 ,. - LW' Commander Daniel looks on with obvious approbation while johnny Logan, Sig President, crowns Linda Bell 'Sweetheart of Sigma Chi." 9 f ' f .Q President Nick gives bouquet and Pike grip to Billy Chapman, this year's UDream Girl of Pi K. A." ffl ll 2 5' 'L Iii li Milfs r if? ll? ilgiq I f ,, 1 I lla! ins ill I 7 1 ' j fl 'Ile BI if wWfX?,,f X 'w --x QZNSMZ 1 Q ,X fm, ,Q ,,.,i,,X.4. W if W ,auf , W C 3nW!M 814gir1eer's Queen 7-YTTENDANTS Linda Bell and Mary AUD KCHH Page Eighty-six X 3 , Ya 3 X 6607! FXTTENDANTS Kathryn Brown and Peggy Stenhouse ffzfmmfmirzg M5514 "At least twenty-one hours, Sailor" -but this is one feature "Money, money, money" the Navy lads didn't have to worry about REGISTR TIO Registration week holds a prominent place in the memory of all college students. During these days he receives his first introduction to They just heard that physics section 418B was closed 'Tm the fellow in the white shirt." college life: the long line at registration, cam- pus tours, conferences with teachers, entrance exams, fraternity rushing-all are experiences new to the ex-high school student. The pictures on this page show some of the experiences of new and returning students during registration. Page . Eighty-eight QATI l Pf0minent place in e students. During lirst introduction to at registration, can- H teachers, entrance Lall are experiences udent. The pictures t the experiences of during registration, Pwliilwzrplt AZ Top to bottom: Those long lines We were talking aboutg Lembke shows them the reference room Where the Sigs usually sitg Alice Lou takes them for a Cook's tour of the campusg Many a brow was furrowed as the Freshmen plowed their Way through the entrance exams . . . Helen Hunter. Page Eighty-nine 5 5 ' ' Caroline Parkhurst furnished the music for the Kappa Kappa Gamma parties RU A red-letter occasion for many students is Rush Week Which comes at the beginning of each semester. Fraternities hold informal rushing, but sororities hold a formal rush Week under Pan-Hellenic rules. A series of parties, teas, and skits is presented. Bids to these functions are obtained at the Personnel Qffice at designated hours. The final bids are issued at the end of the Week, and the rush season is then climaxed by Preference Dinners, and by the Hnal Bid Day Tea. 'Y uv' 'Z The Chi Omegas presented a "Gay Ninetiesn skit complete with the V waiters' quartet and cancan uf if Page Ninety 'nities h i Ru for many studenn is es at the beginning nf 0ld informal ll0ld 3 if rules, formal fugh il series if 'S Pfesented. Bids ei lflfd at the Personnel urs. The inal hide f the week, andthe iaxed by Preferenee d by the nnal Bid ful' NW -le f-..' mr' Q3 i 5 WEEK The photographer had quite a time getting these pictures. He had just come from a harrowing session with the Chi O can-can girls when he found himself at the A D Pi casa. To his utter dismay they sat him down and ran off their style show. The show wasn't bad-'till they came to the night clothes division .... VVhen he came to he found himself covered with green and red ribbons. Giving the grip to the guard at the Alpha Chi door he went on in-only to see a couple of the gals parading around in bath robes. Luckily, how- ever, their skit had already been pre- sented and he wouldn't have any more of the flash bulbs exploding in his hands. 5.1. -:L ,.. .. fi! 'r '.'.', '-'H - -. :- - .- '- -1':'-f-ifi'3f5?7'-W' " Page Ninety-one This year the University celebrated a rationed Homecoming minus the usual parade, house decorations, and fireworks. But the main features without which no Homecoming could be a success were retained, namely, the game, the queens, and the Mortar Board "mum" sale. The student body elected Jeanne Yashvin as Homecoming Queen, and Peggy Stenhouse and Kathryn Brown as her attendants. They were crowned at a ceremony in the Student Union Building with their traditional Spur and Khatali escorts in attendance. After the coronation, they proceeded to the game to cheer the Lobos to Victory over the Flagstaff Lumberjacks. under traditional Spur arch and with tradi H 0 I The traditional luminarios, usually a prominent part of the Homecoming festivities, were limited to the Adminis- tration building this year. The luminarios, which in the past years have served as a background for the students and old grads as they come back to participate in the their honored guests. Page Ninety-tfwo The queens arrive to preside over the gameg below, Lobos fight it out for Ittions, amlteomg ,0 H0 NWO llleeoms tht. ale game, t Ing could h u l ftns, h s thmuwmm wh ts her fin Bro nmhmgph r Twmmmf o os to Victoryo Y ver DME a prominent part of iited to the Adminis- inarios, which in the ind for the students o participate in the the . wtf pgsldf 0 fn! ' P ' alll , :ffm to gghf 'I we WWW . ,nn who pal' it . . . . just an old Spanish custom OMI Homecoming activities, have an ancient Spanish origin. Although this year they were not so promi- nently displayed, the luminarios on the Ad building ' Were a reminder of the ancient tradition which will again receive full recognition When conditions permit. r Bill Bond tells Betty Benton all about Wyoming at the Homecoming dance Queen Jeanne and attendants reigned at Homecoming festivities 5 Uv SP3 Page N inety-three n . ampus War Fctivit Baisley buys the 1o,oooth stamp sold by Spurs in their regular Wednesday War stamp sales. On a campus filled with service men the civilian contribu- tion to the War effort is apt to pass unnoticed. The activities shown on this page depict some of the smaller and less glamorous but yet essential things which must be done and which our faculty and students perform willingly. Left: Cleo Courtney and Marion Laughlin show us the uniforms they Wear for the lVomen's VVing. This organi- zation in cooperation with the Civil Air Patrol trains young Women for future duty with the WAFS. Page Ninety-four ivgt le Civilia U f0ntri 5 hu rms of the Smaller students perform Qhlifl show us the ing. This organi- iir Patrol trains WAFS. 1 ral: Niwlll unnoticed. Th! The student-faculty forum on post-War problems met regularly on Thursday afternoons and discussed topics Which were posted in advance. In the local division of the National Discussion Con- test on the topic "Basis for Permanent Cooperation Among the American Republics," Ed Sommers and Gertrude Armijo won first and second prizes, respec- tively. hir. Sommers will participate in the regional contest to be held at Stanford University. The Red Cross room was sponsored this year as in years past by the Associated Women Students. A.W.S. also sponsored a salvage clothing drive for War refugees and a penny drive for soldier kits. Various musical groups entertained at the Veterans Hospital and at the War Prisoner Camp. Page Ninety-five Gertrude Armijo and Ed Sommers discussion contest winners Professor Barnhart Watches the Worm turn in the campus victory garden. l l u l "Marryin' Sam" Woodward unites famous Dogpatch . couple, "Li'l Abner" Woodbury and "Daisy Mae" Smith I IS., gi Ep . K Cl O H k 0 D i 3 IE HW In 3l1C3 yclubo l l The Sadie Hawkins Dance, sponsored annually by l A.W.S. in commemoration of Valentine's Day, was held February 12. All the lassies came attirecl in costumes conforming to the best of Dogpatch fash- ions, and they escorted their dates who also dressed in that style as best they could under Navy regula- tions. The girls bought the tickets and defense 3 V stamp corsages for the men they snared. AI Marva McGee and Fran- i lla ces Hoag display their "catches" Pika Page Ninety-.fix l Pay I Nin Igfff Who egula- ' , WY' JL. s iiigliimhi Dance 5 111IIll3Hl :OWL J . '. lv Wi, Wcnrznff Di' - " lll vsfifi . . ' . Dogplik C or dfciid ' mmf lm ,Ah h fl" Q5 L " . also e li IS 111 ,fake Bev smiled' ff Kappa Kappa Gamma Alpha Delta Pi Gao Chi Omega Club of the Amerlcas Kappa Slgma Town Club Kappa Alpha Alpha Chi Omega . and P1 Kappa Alpha P092 Ninety-.seven TU IGHT The annual Mortar Board sponsored Stunt Night was a huge success this January with the Alpha Chi Umegas and Pi Kappa Alphas carrying off the honors. The Alpha Chis put on a luscious number which featured Mary Helen Green's sing- ing of "Tabu" and several of their original dance creations. The "Pikes" contributed a scene in a bar of the 'Gay Nineties in which Leo "Astaire" Katz, Jack Redman, Howard Romme, and Bud Waha starred as the singing and sometimes dancing Waiters. 27, Yuccan't beat our winter beauty CURCKMPU BEZXUT You can't beat our winter beauties xxx Wffa fffc 2 I ' s Ss Top: One of the interesting features of our campus is the anthropological museum. In this museum is a granite bas-relief of our Administration Building which was carved by the local Indians in the thirteenth century. Lower right: Visible from many parts of the campus is the enormous "U" painted on the foothills of the Sandias. Each year the letter is re- Whitewashed by the Engineers, but this year, due to lack of trans- portation, the "U" was re- painted by re- mote control and beer. The series of "frozen fogs" was a phenomenon seldom seen in New Mexico THERE WERE KRMY In March, 1943, the Army sent some zoo men here to receive training in the Army Meteorology program. Their pre-meteorological pro- gram at the University included courses in higher mathematics, advanced physics, vectorial mechanics, specialized geography, history, cartography, technical English, and military drill. To the delight of the Hokona lassies Qit used to be a Women's dorm, fellowsj the entire unit Would drill every morning in the field adjacent to the dorm. These marching men soon became a familiar sight-and sound-on campus as they marched and sang on their Way to and from classes. ' it E I t A5T27i4iT?6,, ' is .i,.i 1 ' y 'Mamie' . p Q p ,xlfu . , , pt, , , ,. , mwkit K , , ff-1 . A1 fl fi - v..T...,--"' i .f 4,5 ., 1. gi. , ...W-f' J i 1, -5 A 4 . 3 .424 ., 'F' 2 Page One Hundred lRMv 0 ig in 'YU di '3 MRP EW no J X. ,g l if 3 Jil ' f if ,ii r,5' ' '25 i 5 - 011 Hvffdml gr I METEGRCLGGISTS Dr. R. E. Holzer, academic director of the pre-meteorological program, and Major K. H. Bair, Commanding OH-icer After six months here the unit Was graduated to "A" school and cadet standing at an impressive ceremony in the stadium. At the ceremony the campus Army and Navy units marched together in a display which demon- strated the contribution of colleges throughout the nation to the war effort. In a speech made at the time, Dr. R. E. Holzer, academic director of the program, pointed out that this group had ranked highest of all such groups in the nation in physics, and had done extraordinarily Well in the other subjects. Page One Hundred One Color Guard: Callahan, Dewell, Anderson Section 8 headed for mess line Pay Call Mail Call RMY TU. . . Left: Battle gear and the New Mexico desert terrain make our heroes look like Tunisian veterans Below: Letters from home occupy time during the long wait in the chow line At their graduation exercises Dr. ologists special certificates of gradua- tion. With these certificates Went the Full-Dress Review Carbines on the firing range heartfelt Wishes of the student body for continued success and good luck. Zimmerman awarded the pre-meteor- 'NM Grtilicafes of -C certilifafes ' fhf srudenib Jar' . l0ll CXCITISCS D fdfd th e Pff-meteor. gflllug. Wfnr the Udy for and 80041 luck. ""'T !j'Ki'-,jr-, .tj 2-25 V VA, 1-:,..,. I ff' -.my 1 T. GR DU Rodulfo Brito Foucher, president of the National University, Jaime Torres Bodet, Mexican minister of public education, Alfonso Caso, director of National Institute of Anthropology and Historyg Pablo Nlartinez del Rio, dean of the summer school of National Universityg and Francisco Villagran Prado, dean of the bac- calaureate college of National 'University, were the guests from lVIexicog and Dr. Alex- ander Ruthven, president of the University of Michigan, who gave the commencement address, also received an honor- ary degree. T I O Graduation, traditionally a spring ceremony, Was held in February this year because of the University's wartime three-semester pro- gram. Gne hundred and fifty students receiv- ing degrees in education, arts and sciences, fine arts, or engineering attended the bacca- laureate ceremonies February 23, at which Archbishop Byrne of Santa Fe spoke. The commencement ceremonies held February 25 were highlighted by the presentation of degrees to six distinguished visitors, five of Whom came from Mexico. Above: Maestro Stan Kenton furnished the music for the graduation dance. Left: Billy White is struck by lightning in the form-or rather the shape-of Dolly Mitchell. bf . u ' ' , f' - 1' .M I 0 . I H+ 4. . 1 ' I in 1 f . . , a 1 Q, ' n 'V-9 '. 'Ulu , .hy , r 4 I v I 1 .. 11" " I g -, 1 .' ' ' ' 1 N., , V 2,-1' ' b V' ' g.5v..A Q r'..r ., .' 'I 0' Ffa' V ai 1 1- ' A -. .. 'V' V . l'4 0 129 v - 4 9 n I " """ '-,111 . 1' - 1 0 -,,1 -,1 , ,, 1,1 50, 00,11 0 - "P-w '-qv:.g:1:r.- ww' U.N.M. B 65539 mm? A A 1944 D. Mace, Editor EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ..... ASSOCIATE EDITOR . . Navy Editor. . Classes .... Beauty ....... Organizations E. P. Ancona, Associate Editor Art Editor Dresher Section Editors Art Editor ..... EDITORIAL STAFF DOROTHY MACE EDWARD ANCONA . . . ...... john Falkenberg . . . . .Sadie Dresher ....Harriet Walls ... . .Julia Jones ......Nancy Noble Photographers ............. Edward Ancona, Bill Wood, Claude Navarette Editorial Assistants ........ Terry Corbit, Jim Daley, Virginia Schmitt, Sally Peak and her one-man staff, Jourdan VValls, Falkenberg, and Jones ,Q IQ l I g,swSfHo1,,,, , I r ' Business Managers p"ffSAssotmXWl' - STAFF THY Mm RD AINCONA lhn Falkmbug udie Dresher llfriet llalls lla l0nes 'nfl' Noble ward Antoni, lldf Mrarem ffl' Corbit, 'ffl Silly Peal UCS Business Staff Business Managers. .. ..., Jack Gurley and Ed Sommers Secretarial Head. .... .... E dyth Nichols Staff Assistants ....4....... Hal Kambak, Billie Chapman, Lynn Sommers, Marjorie Pearson, and Mimi Wroth . il 'XI This ear's MIRAGE was ut out i Y P under the handicap of ever-tighten- ing war restrictions. Shortage of film and photographic equipment, paper, engraving materials-and Willing oflice workers-have con- ' tributed to our difliculties. Our first business manager, Jack Gurley, was called to active duty by the Navy, and it is due largely to the efforts of his successor, Ed Sommers, that this MIRAGE owes the great success of its advertising section. In presenting this edition of the MIRAGE, we hope that it conveys to you a part of the spirit of 1944 at the University of New Mexico, and shows in some measure how this school is helping to fight Democracy's battle. Ed Sommers jack Gurley Business and Editorial Assistants Staff Recruits Corbit. Kambak, Nichols, and Noble Schmitt, Pearson, Skousen, Gichenko, Payne, Cowan, Tate, Rosenberg, Chapman, Jacobus, and VVroth Music Editor Trumble, Associate Editor Darden, Feature Editor Tireman Business Manager Greene NEW MEX 4 Weekly Publicationlof the Associated Sludfents EDITORS Experiencing a mid-term change in both EDITOR. the business manager's and editor's posi- tions the Lobo had its War-time diflicul- I ,lsgocim ties too. A financial crisis threatened to FCME1 stop publication, but the third semester saw the Lobo still coming out every NasyEdif Week although reduced to tabloid size. Sofia,-Ed Again this year the Lobo did a fine gpomm job of reporting student and faculty Spmswr activity for its readers. The Lobo, C I I opening its editorial pages to opml' student opinion, played an impor- A 'Wdif tant part in the discussion and L all I formation of the new fusion Blnlmi parties. Lfalablran Ed' - 353LZZ'E,'g Miglia llrq I fmiju Q John Baisley Betty Ellen Hearn i l, Page One Hundred Ezght ' l PW' o,, Manager Green . , 2 C0lUmIllStS ,I5lC0bS01'l and Hampton Staff members Lrggett, Walls, Meyers, De Patton, Compton, Tate, Price, and Wilson te Associated Studfents of the University of New Mexico hange in both J editors posi- r.time diiiieul- threatened to third semesttff ing out every o tabloid size. obo tliti H fine lf and faeuiii' gl The Lobo! al Pages to ,ed an lIl'lP0r' scussi0H ind new fusion tfldfld EW! EDITOR-IN-CHIEF .... JOHN BAISLEY, Semester I BETTY ELLEN HEARN, Semesters II and III Associate Editor ..... ,....... Feature Editors .... . . . Navy Editor. .. .,.. Society Editor . . . , , , A Mary Catherine Darden iMar'orie Tireman and J Jinx Witherspoon Russ Leadabrand Jennifer Gichenko Sports Editor .... .... H oward Jacobson Sports Writer . . . ..,.. Paul Robinson COPY Edit0r . . ..... Jean Rieder Proof Editors ........ ..,..... M arilyn Myer and I Patsy Wilson Columnists: Marjorie Tireman, Jinx Witherspoon, Betty Benton, Bob Hampton, Hobart DePatten, Jan Bullen, Russ Leadabrand, Alfred hiontoya, and Lois Price Editorial Assistants: Bob Myers, Judith Gresser, Dorothy Skousen, Betty Tate, Lombre Brazil, Marilyn Terry, Myra Walls, Maurine Trumble, Loretta Diodosio, Ruth Liggett, Marjorie McLaughlin, Jean Compton, Leonor Andrade, Ora Marquez, Joyce Strong, Helen Rhoades, Gertrude Armijo Page One Hundred Nine torture I Shirley Mount, Business Manager, Semesters II and III 'wx .2 W ag "Whse -W. AWN, A . '. H ,if TTT 711 RCDEY Rodey Theatre's first production of this season was Rose Franken's f'Claudia." The play deals with the coming-of-age of a young, immature Connecticut housewife through an emotional shock given her by her own pregnancy and the death of her mother. This theme presented a difficult problem from both the acting and directing point of view in the swift change of mood from the comedy of the first two acts to the tragedy of the third. Though not entirely of professional stature the perform- ance was excellently done and a credit to the cast. The role of Claudia, already long and diHicult, was made more difficult by the fact that Claudia is now a nationally known figure through maga- zine and radio dramatizations. Eugenia Mitchell carried the part with conviction and gave a very credible performance. David, her husband, was played by Bob Lanierg her mother was played by lNIarilyn Payne, and other parts were taken by hlargy Hackett as Julia, Pat Kilburn as the "British Englishman," Jerry, Betty Ancona as Darushka, and Dorotfiy Land and Skip Sheker- jian as the servants. "Nu-... I I rw Q K 5,-3 v, .,'1 .J A' -, Q' . gag b 'np- ',1 x I 4' - - . it .-...gy-1 I U 1 1: -'5"'c'i-'iff li., n -'ii'-yi.. -f'.- i.,'. ' ' - 'QL' '. 3 0 . .L-n..1,,v4"v ,. !.:?nAx:-..at"u6-i-,,r Q . I,- "M4: 4 A c ..-,i,,,,, Pagz' One Hundred Ten frh C i deals g' lmmalllft Il emotional WY and ii, C roblem from 'f RCW in the lmfdl' Of thu iird. Though the perform. 1 to the cast. and difficult, that Claudia rough maga- lnia Mitchell gHVC 3. VCIY usband, was as played by re taken lllffl 215 .lncona 215 kip Sl1tlCC1" ""--mvb anim! nf' Y PL CID The technique of make-up is an important part of dramatic training. Here, Dorothy Land, Marilyn Payne, and Eugenia Mitchell make up before going on stage for "Claudia.l' Qzj Jim Ludlow, Skip Shekerjian, Bill lVIajor, and Howard Bittner appear in the one-act play "If Men Played Bridge as VVomen Do." "Really, Jim, did you see that awful hat he was wearing?" fjgj Betty Ancona, Pat Kilburn, and Eugenia Mitchell in a scene from "Claudia" Q45 Here Babouschka, the Russian Spirit of Christmas, played by Jinx Witllerspoon, holds the rest of the characters spellbound in the one act Christmas play. Jimmie Cole plays Stephan, the child who still believes in the Christmas Spirit, June Leonard is Stephan's mother, Patty Reid plays the part of Olga, a disillusioned young girl, and Caroline Parkhurst is the embittered and cynical old aunt. C5J The cast of HNight Club," another of the one-act plays. Standing: Edith Tucker, Alice Brasher, Virginia Kiech, Joan Robinson, Kather- ine Bail, Yvonne Brown, and Jinx Witherspoon. Seated: Ann Reed, Pat Hanson, Caroline Marti- nez, Myra Milsap, and Joline Dow. C6, 7, Sl SJ Three more scenes from "Claudia" The first is during rehearsal on the incomplete set. D snr K a I Page One Hundred Elefven 1, x 5,1 i , 'vb 'S 1 N? ff ' B b schka" Rodey's second major production in the l943-44 season was the experimental drama Noah by Andre Obey. This was the first experimental play to appear in Rodey Theatre since the production ot Julius Caerar several years ago. Obey set his dramatization of the familiar Old Testament story in a new, impulsive, and youthful language, and, although the Kodey medium seemed to puzzle some of the audience, the play Was exquisitely simple and highly elTective. Miss Ellen Crowe, who directed the play, is to be congratulated for its success because weak handling of this type of theatre would have made the lines meaningless. m the Christmas Theater The character of Noah in Obey's play retained all its traditional dignity and character, but to it had been added a human and sensitive quality which showed his intimate touch with God. Noah was portrayed by William Voren- berg, veteran Rodey actorg Noah's Wife by Dorothy Landg his sons Ham, Shem, and Japhet by Edward Balcomb, Karl Wehmeyer, and Robert Gallagherg and Ada, Norma, and Sella by Carol Ancona, Eugenia lwitchell, and Edith Tucker. The parts were diflicult in their unfamil- iar medium and demanded acting of pro- fessional caliber. The student actors acquitted themselv-'es admirably, and their youth gave a freshness and enthusi- asm to their parts that contributed mark- edly to the effectiveness of the play. Captain Noah converses with the more sympathetic members of his passenger list CHEERLERDERS Jack Hueter Dorothy Mace Dorothy Skousen Bill White, Head Cheerleader Absent: Ann Seely M7-UCRETTES Jean Lyles, Majorette n Iune Redenbaugh, Major Alice Frances Brasher, Majorette -12 -s. gi: - '-'.'. 'A '-:::3Q-:5-j-'-::-'-'- :,.:f'f' V P ae 0 e Hundred .Fourteen ETTES ttf dai 01- ' . X' er' Maloretre Tv I 1 l N S 1 I 1 1 4 5 I 4 1 ' r Q xl' 71 in i 31 5 I1 i 1 I i dF""' 0Hdd ffzflwrary Organizations VV C. Scrivner Charles Gunderson Khatali, an honorary for senior men, was founded in I923 by a group of faculty mem- bers to honor men who had achieved prominence in extra-curricular activities. Khatali aims to preserve the traditions of the University among the men students, with special emphasis upon the orientation of freshmen. Activities for 1943-44 included guidance of freshmen during registration, several freshman assemblies to acquaint freshmen with University traditions, sale of freshman pots, honor guard for Homecoming Queen, and co-sponsors with Mortar Board for a campus mixer. Those tapped at the 1943 Honors Assembly Were Charles Barnhart, William Jourdan, W. C. Scrivner, Charles Gunderson, Cloise McDougal, Robert Hutchinson, Emmett Royer, Lawrence Felicetti, and John Convvell. All except the first four mentioned had departed for the armed services at the beginning of the school year. Charles Barnhart served the organization as its president. KHATALI William Jourdan s Charles Barnhart ale Harriet Lantow, Sadie Dresher, Vivienne Seis, Nell Pearce, Reba Rutz, Lucille Hubbard, and Dorothy Mace, Absent: Marion Cornish Mortar Board The original womens honorary, known as Maia, became affiliated with the national lVIortar Board in November, 1936. The aims of Mortar Board are to uphold traditions of the University among Women students and to honor women who have achieved prominence in scholarship and extra- curricular activities. New members are tapped during the Honors Day assembly each year, and are chosen on the basis of scholarship, leadership, and unselfish service. Under the direction of President Reba Rutz, lNIortar Board was one ofthe most active organizations on campus this year. Their activities included the annual Stunt Night, the 'lMum" sale at Homecoming, guard of honor for Homecoming Queen, a roll call of outstanding freshman women, several campus sings, the annual marriage lectures. l'Smarty Party" for honor students and women's organizations presidents, assistance in senior counselor program, breakfast for graduating seniors, and mixer for the freshmen. Page One Hundred Se-venteen T' as 0 7 X 1 I Q, f imp . 4, .1 r A- ,gf NL 4: 7:-., if xyt . J ,vs 42 QQ 77 P 'Fe First row: Allyn George, Patty Hannett, Janet Neumann, Jane McCormick, Phyllis Harris, .Allene Lowery, Margery Branscombe. Second row: Roberta Hart, Anita Amador, Peggy Hight, Avalee Aldredge, Elizabeth Duffy, Pat Pryor, Vidal Trujillo. Third row: Miss Grace Campbell, sponsor, Margaret Herlihy, Raquel McClelland, Shirley Mount, PUR Spurs, national sophomore women's honorary service organization, performs many invaluable functions to the University. During the past year they continued their traditional duties in helping to orient new women students in the complexities of University life. They served as ushers at the football games and for Homecoming they assisted in the sale of chrysanthemums. The most outstanding achieve- ment of the year was the remarkable total they rang up in sales of defense stamps. It amounted to EbI,SOO, and in the recent Red Cross Drive, they collected 351,035 in contributions. As an organization they are dependable and cooperative in every Way. Those who were tapped for this group of Spurs and who are not in the picture include: Dolly Anderson, Priscilla Chavez, Helen Priscilla Newcomb, Lois Carroll, Harriet Johns. Hammond, Norrie Hibben, Doris Jones, and Nancy VVashburn. "ii i , ...j ,f Oflicers: janet Neumann, Vice President, Jane McCormick, President, Phyllis Harris, Treas- urer, Margaret Herlihy, Secretary f V 4'-1-. Oflicei Norma Secreli dem. ' ll r. lie Treas- OH'ice1's: Marion Dargan, Social Chairman Y Norman Hodges, President, Howard Romme, Secretary-Treasurer, Reed Murray, Vice-Presi- dent. VIGILA TE Freshmen men prominent in scholarship and leadership are elected each year to Vigilantes, sophomore honorary for men. Traditional duties include helping Khatali in orienting fresh- men, assisting Khatali at football games, freshman meetings and various other activities. Those selected at the Honors Assembly were: Romes Berry, Charles Fuqua, Arturo Garcia, Edward McClaskey, John C. Nlayne, Nlarion Dargan, Troy Stone, Barney Thorpe, John Hodges, Ed Johnson, Jimmie Knox, Bob McDougal, Reed Murray, W. D. Misbet, Charles Rippel, Joe Robles, Richard Orcutt, Don Smith, Bill Barrick- low, Edwin Jay Burk, Herbert Ellermeyer, VVesley Furman, Lee Garcia, Jack Redman, O. Bradley, John Doran, Tim Woolston, Joe blaruyama, Howard Romme, Robert Clark Noe, VVilliam Gafford, Herman Goldenburg, Harry Kinney, Dan Stern, and Karl YVehmeyer. First row: Troy Stone, Herbert Ellermeyer, Wesley Furman, Karl Wehmcyer, Barney Thorpe, Bill Barricklow, Harry Kinney, Dan Stern. Second row: G. W. VVhite, Faculty Spouso., Norman Hodges, VVilliam Gafford, Jack Redman, Marion Dargan, Howard Romme, Reed Murray. First row: Jimmy jourdan, Sadie Dresher, Lola Furman, Miguel Ayala, Charles Wylie. Second row: Kenneth M. Adams, Marva McGee, Phyllis WVoodhead, Barbara Keskey, Helea Gutierrez, Ralph Douglass. Delta Phi Delta Delta Phi Delta, national honorary art fraternity, was founded May 28, 1912, at the University of Kansas. The Alpha Alpha chapter was installed on this campus on May 27, 1936. The fraternity endeavors to foster interests in works of art and to unite socially those having marked ability in art. hlembership is open to upperclass art majors of high scholastic standing in chosen art fields. In addition to making posters for the Red Cross and other war agencies, Delta Phi Delta sponsored the Sunday afternoon art exhibits in the Art Building. The Work of several Well- knovvn artists, including that of faculty members, was shown. Officers were Lola Furman, Presi- dent, Helen Gutierrez, Vice-Presi- dent, Marva McGee, Secretary- A Treasurer, Barbara Keskey, Histo- rian. Newly-elected officers are Marva McGee, President, Helen Gutierrez, Vice-President, Phyllis ,.,,,,,,. Woodhead, Secretary-Treasurer, and A Barbara Keskey, Historian. Officers: Emilie Von Auw, Faculty Sponsor Barbara Kesky, Lola Furman, Helen Gutierrez and Marva McGee. Page One Hundred Twenty I ldamg, n 'sity The ked in lta ell- si- si- yn D. C Tl S i WIIYJ' Seated: Harriet Walls, Marguerite Clinchy, Elena Davis, Margaret McCahon, Dorothy Mace Edyth Nichols Eleanor Beck, Doris jones, Phyllis Harris. Standing: Margaret Morrow, Ca l' P kh t B A M i Betsy Blake, Margaret Haddix, Lois Renfro. ro me ar urs i etty Mona' ary Ruth Blake' Sigma Alpha Iota The local chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota was originally the campus music club, Pa-Yat-Ya-Mo, which became affiliated with the national professional music fraternity in the spring of 1935. To be eligible for membership, a student must have a music major or minor, be of at least Sopho- more standingg and must maintain a "B" average in music, and be above average in other subjects. Une of the most active organizations on campus, Sigma Alpha Iota this year continued their traditional duties as ushers at the Community Concerts, assisted at all music department func- tions, and helped in the entertainment of the men at the U. S. 0., the air bases, Veterans Hos- pital, and the prison camp. Une of the outstanding features of the S. A. I. musical calendar is their annual Christmas Vesper Service. Again this year this beautiful candle- light service brought its message of hope and cheer to the hundreds that attended. Newly-elected officers are President, Caroline Parkhurst, Vice-President, Marguerite Clinchyg Secretary, Phyllis Harris, Chaplain, Doris Jones. Those initiated in February are Rosemary Fischer, Elizabeth Seatter, Caroline Meier, Peggy McCanna. Ofiicers: Caroline Parkhurst, Secretary fPresident Semester HD, Dorothy Mace, Presidentg Edyth Nichols, Chaplain. Absent: Elena Davis, Vice-President, and Peggy Haddix, Treasurer Page One Hundred Tfwenty-one First fgwg VVilliam Vorenberg, Marilvn Payne, Kathryn Lou McIntosh, Patricia Reid, Eugenia hiitchell. Second row: Caroline Parkhurst, Dr. Dudley VVynn, Dorothy Land, Marie Harris, John Amastae, Ellen Crowe, Dr. Frank Reeves. Theta Alpha Phi Theta Alpha Phi is a national honorary fraternity for dramatists and play managers. New Mexico Alpha Chapter was installed lVIay 15, 1928. To be eligible for membership a candidate must have played a leading role twice or have to his credit four minor roles, or shall have successfully managed two plays. Another ruling makes a candidate eligible after a required num- ber of hours of work Csuch as sound effects, scenery painting, and other off-stage parts of playsj are com- pleted. Qfiicers this year were Eugenia Mitchell, Presidentg Dorothy Land, Secretary: Marie Harris, Treasurer. New ofhcers are Dorothy Land, President: Caroline Parkhurst, Vice-President, Katie Lou Niclntosh, Sec- retary, Lois Vlfitherspoon, Treasurer. Miss Ellen Crowe is the Faculty Sponsor, and Dr. Dudley VVynn is Honorary Faculty Sponsor. Officers: Dorothy Land, Secretary, Eugenia Mitchell, President, Marie Harris, Treasurer l Page Onc Hundred Tfwenty-two y "U" Consuela Garcia, Chester Dennis, Jack Gurley, Dr. C. V. Wizker, Joh R bb, T R 'd B 1 d E Gertrude Armijo. Absent: James Abbott, Tom McCollough, George Coiielaiiid, Stevemiilcilhnsiaiif James or an I d Summers ebate Council Because of transportation difliculties, the Debate Coun- cil was not able to meet teams from other colleges. This was unfortunate, because in the past the local group fared extremely Well in the contests. A series of Intra-school debates was arranged, and in preparation for these the members of the Council held practice debates on the subject, "Resolved: That the United States Government continue military training in colleges and universities in the post-War period." Two of the members, Ed Sommers and John Robb, were initiated into the honorary speech fraternity, Tau Kappa Alpha, and Ed Sommers and Gertrude Armijo placed first and second respectively in the local division of the National Discussion Contest. Page One Hundred Tfwenty-three Officers: Dr. C. V. Wicker, Sponsor, Truman Reid, Presidentg James Borland, Vice-President Gertrude Armijo, Secretary fi' EWMAN CLUB Newman Club was founded on this campus in 1928. The New- man Club of the University of New blexico is affiliated with the National Federation of Newman Clubs. It is an organization of Catholic culture and Catholic fellowship that fosters the spiritual, intellectual, and social interests of the Catholic student. Regular business meetings were held the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. A social gathering also was held monthly. The new ofhcers are Tim Hayes, Presidentg Pat 0'Grady, Vice- Presidentg Frances Requadt, Secretary-Treasurer. The officers who served the organization the first two semesters are John Falkenberg, Secretary-Treasurer, Marita lVlcCanna, President, Tim Hayes, Vice-President. Father Peter Hill again served Newman Club as its Chaplain. 'L Officers: John Falkenberg, Marita McCanna, Tim Hayes Page One Hundred Tfwenty-four Mlflllle Sindh, xirolin lltqhel - A Paw one DR TIC CLUB The Dramatic Club unites all those on campus who are interested in dramatic art. For membership in the club, a candidate must have Worked on productions not less than forty hours each semester doing crew work or acting. This year the Dramatic Club held two open-houses at which time one-act plays were presented. The club also sponsored "Claudia," "Noah," and the musical comedy, "I Lost lt in the Laundry." r- W, , - - Officers: Dorothy Land, Pfesi Members as they appear from left to right: Dorothy Land, Ervie Balcomb, .lack BI'feUlRZt'I High dent, Dan Ely, Social Chairman Woodbury, Bob Gallagher, Miss Ellen Crowe, Sponsor, MHYJOFIC Pearson, Kati ou E Henk! Marie Harris, Treasurer. ' Caroline Parkhurst, Patty Reid, Karl Wehmeyer, Dan Ely, Betty R0bCffS, Carol 110032, ug Absent: Betty Ancona, VICC Mitchell, Dorothy Cornell, Jinx Witherspoon, Bill Vorenberg, Edith Tucker, Yvonne rown President P090 One Hundred Tfwenty -fifve f ,, . , . . WOM EN'S DOUBLE OUARTET First row: Margy Hackett, first soprano, Phyllis Harris, second sopranog Virginia Ellinwood, first alto, Marguerite Clinchy, second alto. Second row: Myra Walls, first sopranog Mar- garet Morrow, second sopranog Virginia Lackey, first alto, Erva Fluitt, second alto MALE QUARTET Left to right: Bill Mason, second tenor, jay Burton, First tenor, Larry Wilson, baritone g Douglas Stott, bass 10-'Z WOMEN'S CHORUS NAVY CHORUS MIXED CHORUS Condufwf dfmande: l'niver5iY?' Edward P Chafee. B Melvin Ofi Srrerlow. ' De Long,l Blakelan Runge, W Nordeeni l Robert Sal: Anita Sand George De Stanley Da Harriet W ' v lnner I gmlll CLK mm' fc Of the E lr is still Inez ir l il Mes. all Qnn COMES. the in tl0n, is Work W flrcums. l Pa Conductor Kurt Frederick, shown here at rehearsal, demanded utmost precision in performance. University Symphony Orchestra members included-Violins: Edward P. Ancona, Katherine Bail, Betsy Blake, Rowland Chaffee, Eduardo Gonzales, Dorothy Love, Diana Napoleone, Melvin Orgill, Maria-Elise Rodey, Marjorie Spaulding, Robert Stretlow, T. L. Tischhauser, Violas: John Abbott, Marion De Long, Emily Dunsworth, Kay Woodson, 'Celli: Mary Ruth Blake, Jan Bullen, Karl Burg, Dan Stern, Double Bass: Vernon Runge, VVilford Young, Flutes: William Kunkel, Mildred Nordeen, Oboe: Grace MacDonald, Clarinets: Elena Davis, Robert Salazar, David Judd, Bassoons: Edward P. Ancona, Jr., Anita Sandoval, French Horns: Edward Cates, Seldon Porter, George De Gregori, Trumpets: Marvin Hunt, Trombones: Stanley Davis, Algie Glover, George Whitener, Timpani: Harriet Walls, Piano: Caroline Parkhurst. Under the inHuence of a Wartime pro- gram and because of the departure of many former players, the membership of the Band suffered greatly this year. It is still the loyal student organization that it has always been, however, and it played and marched at the football games, furnished music for assemblies, and appeared at bond rallies. Conductor "Bill" Kunkel, a member of the American Bandmasters Associa- tion, is to be congratulated for his fine Work with the band under such trying circumstances. , B A Page One Hundred. Tfwenty-sefven OR HE TRA Under the direction of Kurt Frederick, the Uni- versity Orchestra this year experienced its most successful season to date. Mr. Frederick, who was trained in Europe, managed to produce one of the best disciplined non-professional musical organizations ever heard in the city. The orchestra gave three concerts this year, one of which was repeated in Santa Fe, and assisted at the Sigma Alpha Iota Christmas Vesper Service. Under the direction of Bess Curry Redman, the Mens and Women's Quartets sang at the air bases and the Veterans' Hospital in addition to their regular appearances on University programs. The VVomen's Chorus and the Navy Chorus, also con- ducted by Mrs. Redman, were outstanding organi- zations. The Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Kurt Frederick, was acclaimed for its excellent performance of Haydn's "The Creation" at a February concert, and for the "Hallelujah Chorus" at the Christmas Vesper Service. HELLENIC COUNCIL 1. First row: Carol VVilliams, Peggy Stenhouse, Pat Lenihan, Caroline Brentari. Second row: Pat Hannett, Margaret Herlihy, Helene Higgins, Shirley Mount The Pan-Hellenic'Council is composed of two representatives from each sorority on the campus and is under the advisory capacity of Dean Clauve. The prime function of this council is to direct the related activities of the sororities Which Will be advantageous to their common inter- ests. The Council acts on rushing, politics, scholarship, and cooperation with the administration. This year Pan-Hellenic Council gave an award to the chapter having the highest aggregate grade average and also gave a formal dance each semester. Officers are rotated among the represented sororities. Scene at Pan-Hellenic Winter Formal Officers the first and second semesters were Pat Lenihan, President, Carol Williams, Secretary, Peggy Stenhouse, Treasurer, Caroline Brentari, Social Chairman. Oflicers the third semester are Margaret Herlihy, President, Peggy Stenhouse, Secretary, Caroline Brentari, Treas- urerg lN1ary Helen Green, Social Chair- man. Replacements in the Council the third semester are Mary Helen Green, Bdarilyn Terry, and June Redenbaugh. 'I -, Fwf' PS' B K 'sl Aff 1-1.5 .fu I TWH-M 'J '11 :-ui-o-1a-.--aes--- l ll I -AA"iW3?':l' ' E l Q l l E 1 l l l l Norman Hodges, john Moore, Jack Hueter, Paul Daulton, Mike Mahoney, Bob McClendon, Dave Young, Drexel Maaske, Kenneth Goebel Inter-Fraternity Council The Inter-Fraternity Council is an organi- zation designed to coordinate fraternity activities and to bring about harmony in all fraternity relations. It has jurisdiction over all matters which concern the campus frater- nities as a whole. The Council also attempts to promote faculty-fraternity relations and FIRST SEMESTER COUNCIL: Kappa Sigma, Frank Marberry fPresidentl, and Robert Lindberg Kappa Alpha, John Moore, and John Troop lSocial Chairmanj Sigma Chi, W'illis Smith lTreasurerj, and Kenneth Mount Pi Kappa Alpha, Bill Ullom CVice-Presidentl, and Ierry Friedman Stray Greek, Miller Hudson and Jack Wall SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL: . Kappa Alpha, John Moore CSocial Chairmanj, and John Troop Kappa Sigma, Frank Marberry and Robert Lindberg Pi Kappa Alpha, Bill Ullom and Jerry Friedman Sigma Chi, John Logan fPresidentj, and Kenneth Mount Stray Greek, Miller Hudson, and Jack Wall fSec- retary-Treasurerj THIRD SEIVIESTER COUNCIL: Kappa Alpha, JohrP-Moore lPresidentl, and Paul Daulton Kappa Sigma, John Coleman and Jack Merillat Pi Kappa Alpha, Drexel Maaske CSocial Chair- manij, and Kenneth Goebel Sigma Chi, Norman Hodges fVice-Presidentj, and jack Hueter ' Stray Greek, Mike Mahoney and E. C. Huish cooperation with the administration of the University. The Council sponsors a formal dance each semester. The Council is composed of delegates from each of the fraternities which are elected every semester. Lois Carroll, Jeanne Yashvin, and Frank Marberry manage Greek Combine table at elections 710 fgyfhgdmaa Mafrzzff .fafzifffxq i vt' czzilfafl. MZ. 'tow-W ,... llluvefbillj Lfg'rez',.4.m13 Julia Jones, Betsy Griflin, Editha Cochran, Mr. C. A. Dooley, Eleanor Thomas, George Ann Neudeck, Sally Peak, Harriet Manda, Terry Corbit, Carol Ancona, Barbara Denny, Jim Brooks, Rodney Jones The Boots and Saddle Club Was organized on our campus in 1940, and it is now sponsored by Mr. C. A. Dooley, instructor for the University riding classes. Julia Jones, club President, poses with "Peat" The club Was organized to promote interest in the equestrian art, and to socially unite those interested in riding. The Boots and Saddle Club was off to a late start this year as it was not re-organized until late in the sec- ond semester. Lost time is amply being made up as many interesting plans are being formulated for the third semester. Members are looking forward to the pack trip now being planned, and to some of the old tradi- tional moonlight rides. Officers are lVIr. C. A. Dooley, Sponsorg Julia Jones, President, Editha Cochran, Secretary, Rodney Jones, Treasurer, Carol Ancona, Social Chairman. BOOTS and SADDLE Page One Hundred Thirty Paw J . 2 E N J fhiflf Page One Hundred Thirty-one ani 4' will H014 ,. U f"r I- ' .. ,rrp - V - Yu., 1, -,'.1-:t.- . 4' " u-N' '.!".f ' i,9Eff:",.,I5Q21f-8"j1?,.:z"'1 2.1 .. .:.1... , UAII ,x 'fin --.4 . 2,a-.?g:f,a-- . at 21, P .. ., ....., fm K Founded: DePauw University, 1885 Alpha Gamma Installed 1918 Colors: Scarlet and Olive Green Flower: Red Carnation Publication: Lyra Alpha hi Omega OFFICERS: ' President, Marie Harris, First Vice-President, Ethyln Crum, Second Vice-President, Helene Higgins, Recording Secretary, Janice Kiech, Corresponding Secretary, Barbara Keskeyg Treasurer, Pat Lenihan. Newly-elected ofiicers: President, Nell Meyers, First Vice-President, Elsie Myer, Second Vice-President, Mary Helen Green, Recording Secretary, Marian Jo Cowan, Treasurer, Lois Allen. ACTIVES: Lois Allen, Estelle Brooks, Beryl Chapman, Marian jo Cowan, Amelda Crowley, Ethyln Crum, Doris Deeter, Lila Franklin, Norma Garrett, Mary Helen Green, Jennifer Gichenko, Marie Harris, Dorothy Healy, Helene Higgins, Frances Hinton, Helen Hunter, Barbara Keskey, Janice Kiech, Virginia Kiech, Pat Lenihan, Ruth Liggett, Marion MacDonald, Patty Martin, ,Marie Mathews, Jackie Melton, Alice Metzler, Marilyn Meyer, Nell Meyers, Lucille Morgan, Elsie Myer, Priscilla Newcomb, Pat O'Grady, Marilyn Payne, Priscilla Prater, Pat Pryor, Ann Reed, Betty Rosenberg, Norma Jean Rummel, Elizabeth Sheedy, Dorothy Skousen, Marion Smith, Betty Tate, Marilyn Terry, Teri Testman, Alice Lu VVells, Mona Lou Wilson, Patsy Wilson. PLEDGES: Betty Babcock, Tommie Lou Ballinger, Lorraine Boettger, Betty Chapman, Elaine Golightly, Pat Holdt, Marlyss Howig, Peg Jacobus, Kay Lockett, Saidyne Melton, Jean Stokes. Page One Hundred Thirty-I-wo L0 Be Tc Es L0 Bi! M Al Et Dr Li Nm le M M D1 He Fr P: Hi B: ja V3 Rn K M M ,la Al El M N1 P1 P: M P1 Pa Al Be D1 M Be M Te Al Pa Paw iff? .1150 AXQ Lois Allen Betty Babcock Tommie Lou Ballinger Estelle Brooks Lorraine Boettger Billie Chapman Marian Jo Cowan Amelda Crowley Ethyln Crum Doris Deeter Lila Franklin Norma Garrett Jennifer Gichenko Mary Helen Green Marie Harris Dorothy Healy Helene Higgins Frances Hinton Par Holdt Helen Hunter Barbara Keskey Janice Kiech Virginia Kiech Ruth Liggett Kay Lockett Marion Macdonald Marie Mathews Jackie Melton Alice Metzler Elsie Myers Marilyn Meyer Nell Meyers Priscilla Newcomb Pat O'Grady Marilyn Payne Priscilla Prater Pat Pryor Ann Reed Betty Rosenberg Dorothy Skousen Marion Smith Betty Tate Marilyn Terry Teri Testman Alice Lou Wells Patsy WVilson Page One Hundred Thirty-three is lpha Delta Pi Founded: Wesleyan Female College, 1851 Alpha Nu Installed 1920 Colors: Blue and White Flower: Double Violet Publication: Adelphian f xl 1.12: 'inil I .,: -. S 1 A:-, 1:-.2 A.A1-.- j ,::+Paff-.-, -:-.1' : "-'. 2 "".1f.-:--:. 4 .ej,q.'- I" f me J A ' aus OFFICERS : President, Elaine Spabergg Vice-President, Edla Halamag Secretary, Phyllis Woodhead, Treasurer, Carol Williams, Social Chairman, Margaret Herlihy. Newly-elected officers: President, Margaret Herlihy, Vice-President, Carol Varley, Secretary, Edla Halamag Treasurer, Annelies Feilg Social Chairmen, Rosemary Fischer and Anna Frances Rice. ACTIVES: Selma Ambrose, Patty Bacon, joan Breech, Betty Burnett, Mary Chalk, Dorothy Cornell, Beverly Covert, Loretta Diodosio, Virginia Ellinwood, Annelies Feil, Rosemary Fischer, Helen Green, Ruth Greene, Edla Halama, Margaret Herlihy, Mary Ann Kean, Dorothy Land, Vivian Lewis, Edna Lovett, Janet Malloy, Kathryn McIntosh, Joy Midert, Gwen Miller, Margaret Morrow, Helen Paulantis, June Redenbaugh, Frances Requadt, Anna Frances Rice, Elaine Spaberg, Harriet Spiller, Carol Varley, June Waterman, Jean Wiggins, Carol Williams, Mary Frances Williams, Phyllis Woodhead, Sally Woodworth. PLEDGES : Yvonne Brown, Cleda Lee Burleson, Betty Dargan, Irene Feilner, Vera Mae Hall, Ruth Puls, Lois Jeanne Sweatt, Katherine Trimble, Elizabeth Wilcox. Page One Hundred Thirty-four Pa Je 'rU'lWr AAU Patty Bacon Betty Burnett Mary Chalk Beverly Covert Jackie Des Georges Loretta Diodosio Virginia Ellinwood Annelies Feil Rosemary Fischer Helen Green Ruth Greene Edla Halama Vera Mae Hall Margaret Herlihy Mary Anne Kean Dorothy Land Vivian Lewis Janet Malloy Kathryn McIntosh Joy Midert Gwen Miller Margaret Morrow Helen Paulantis June Redenbaugh Frances Requadt Anna Frances Rice Elaine Spaberg Harriet Spiller Carol Varley june Waterman jean Wiggins Carol Williams Mary Frances Williams Phyllis Woodhead Sally Woodworth Page One Hundred Thirty-fiw . WW? ,Q-. HI OMEG OFFICERS: . . President, Sadie Dresher, Vice-President, Peggy Stenhouse, Secretary, Editha Cochran, Treasurer, Marilyn Luker, Newly-elected officers: President, Peggy Stenhouse, Vice-President, Elizabeth Duffy, Secretary, Editha Cochran, Treasurer, Avalee Aldredge. ACTIVES: Avalee Aldredge, Julia Anders, Neola Becker, Jean Best, Editha Cochran, Virginia Conwell, Wanda Crouch, Sadie Dresher, Elizabeth Duffy, Dorothy Fletcher, Pat Griffin, Rheba Hamilton, Sammie Hill, Betty Jackson, Nora Knight, Kaye Lansing, Louise Larson, Kitty Lassiter, Virginia Leslie, Jeanne Luker, Marilyn Luker, Jean Lyles, Frances Martin, Mary Messecar, Raquel McClelland, Marjorie McLaughlin, Shirley Mount, Edyth Nichols, Anne Perry, Marjorie Pearson, Louise Rhoades, Virginia Scholes, Virginia Schmitt, Margaret Smith, Betty Sparks, Loretta Stenhouse, Alice Stockton, Joyce Strong, Maurine Trumble, Jean Wagner, Will Ann Walker, Myra Walls, Sara VVilson, Edith Woodbury, Mimi Wroth. PLEDGES: Josephine Jones, Julie Kaune, Dora Kenyon, Louise Lea, Shirley Teutsch, Edith Tucker, June Zumbro. r e t , ,.,,1. .V 51 -fl ,-.146f1'5f5-E:Z?13-E ., .. ., 7 ll ,121 Irv. , :2'S:1.Hrar1aaz- - -':sAawQf.r?fc1s: . .3-414. 19.251 .- ,..-. zz '- I Founded: University of Arkansas, 1895 Pi Gamma Installed 1925 Colors: Cardinal and Straw Flower: White Carnation Publication: Eleusix " 1 y J 9?- PN- e ,J .5 ,K I gn , 1' i . ,V ' 1 f ' of 1,-X ,- 1 . ' , i ' ,' , ,1, ':.-,Lil 5 A X , .0 x I i 'L 5 N X 5 ' -V 7575 , .. , , .... Page One Hundred Thirty-:ix I mai. 1395 iw' Avalee Aldredge Julia Anders Neola Becker Jean Best Margaret Carmichael Editha Cochran WVanda Crouch Sadie Dresher Elizabeth Donley Duffy Virginia Donley Conwell Dorothy Fletcher Pat Griflin Rheba Hamilton Sammie Hill Josephine Jones Kaye Lansing Louise Larson Kitty Lassiter Louise Lea Virginia Leslie Jeanne Luker Marilyn Luker Jean Lyles Raquel McClelland Marjorie McLaughlin Frances Martin Shirley Mount Edyth Nichols Marjorie Pearson Anne Perry Louise Rhoades Virginia Schmitt Virginia Scholes Betty Sparks Pegy Stenhouse Alice Stockton Shirley Teutsch Maurine Trumble Edith Tucker Jean Wagner Will Ann Walker Harriet Walls Myra Walls Sara Wilson Edith Woodbury Mimi Wroth Page One Hundred Thirty-:even L Kappa Kappa Gamma Officers: President, Joan Asselin, Standard, Jeanne Yashving Treasurer, Kath- leen Argallg Pledge Captain, Peggy McCanna. Newly-elected officers: President, Ellen Ann Lembkeg Standard, Pat Hannett, Treasurer, Harriet Manda, Pledge Captain, Barbara Denny. ACTIVES: Jane Agnew, Carol Ancona, Kathleen Argall, Joan Asselin, Linda Bell, Betty Benton, Caroline Brentari, Jan Bullen, Joan Burns, Lois Carroll, Ann Chisholm, Marguerite Clinchy, Terry Corbit, Dorothy Cornelius, Mary Helen Cox, Barbara Denny, Margery Dick, Jane Gray, Jean Gray, Margery Hackett, Jane Hannett, Patricia Hannett, Jeanne Harris, Phyllis Harris, Harriet Jane Johns, Julia Jones, Willa D. Karins, Martha Jane Lee, Ellen Ann Lembke, Allene Lowery, Marita McCanna, Margaret McCanna, Jane McCormick, Harriet Manda, Mary Lou Mangan, Eugenia Mitchell, Rebecca Muldrow, Falba Murphy, Janet Neumann, Nancy Noble, Caroline Parkhurst, Patricia Reedy, Patricia Reid, Jane Schindler, Eleanor Jean Stewart, Marion Taylor, Marjorie Tireman, Betty Gail Waggoner, Maxine Webb, Caroline VVest, Alice Mary White, Diana Wolf, Jeanne Yashvin. PLEDGES : Duease Adams, Alice Jane Bodine, Gloria Green, Barbara McCanna, Heloise Nadler, Billie Ritter, Charlotte Wells, Lois Witherspoon. Ig KN 1, l - we - K K., ,lf 1' - 9 1 .N 1 . .pf '..wsff:mg, Ea., fqf:21,.E-'nag-vt 11f:5?I1tnz ' In 'g,gg. . " V. , at 4 i2:iw1:,ua 1-,Q:s.:4f:'::g.g::'.:3.2:1-5 .-.ata-sz-e'::g.g: - 'vi f X Founded: Monmouth College, 1870 Gamma Beta Installed 1918 Colors: Light and Dark Blue Flower: Fleur de Lis Publication: Key Page One Hundred Thirty-eight + 1 e. 4 in 2. FI -Z ?.E Q ki 1870 -1.ifu"'f KKI' jane Agnew Carol Ancona Kathleen Argall Joan Asselin Linda Bell Betty Benton Caroline Brentari Jan Bullen Lois Carroll Ann Chisholm Marguerite Clinchy Terry Corbit Dorothy Cornelius Mary Helen Cox Barbara Denny Margery Dick Jane Gray Jean Gray Margery Hackett Jeanne Harris Phyllis Harris jane Hannett Patty Hannett Harriet Jane Johns Julia Jones Martha jane Lee Allene Lowery Ellen Ann Lembke Harriet Manda Mary Lou Mangan Margaret McCanna Marita McCanna Jane McCormick Eugenia Mitchell Rebecca Muldrow Falba Murphy Janet Neumann Nancy Noble' Caroline Parkhurst Patricia Reedy jane Schindler Betty Simpson Jean Stewart Marion Taylor Marjorie Tireman Maxine Webb Diana Wolf Jeanne Yashvin Page One Hundred Thirty-nine ,Vg ffi, yy-K2 7V ff f WSWS so , , X mf 'K M f M, ., Jug PHR TERE J WZ? ?,,.,,, Anita Amador Gertrude Armijo Katherine Bail Margery Branscombe Betsy Blake Anna Brennan Lois Brennan Edith Davenport Elena Davis . Elizabeth Fluhman Mary Ellen Gabriele Adela Gallegos Stella Garcia Judy Gressor Frances Hammond Betty Ellen Hearn Lucille Hubbard Margaret Johnson Lucille Kassvan Harriet Lantow June Leonard Sara Luna Evelyn Morris Catherine Mutto Elsa Marie Olson Mildred Parker Nell Pearce Ruth Pierson Louise Primaveri Edwina Rey Emma Ruiz Reba Rutz Audrey Salas Alice Schoebel Eileen Sides Mae Simms Cassie Stiles Juanita Tryon Marjorie Walter Tasue Yonemoto Page One Hundred Forty rid F off? Town Club entertained Phrateres and Independent Men at a "splash" party TCW CLUB WW' 'mp Alyce Frances Brasher Martha Brewer Katherine Brown Beatrice Byrd Bernice Byrd Frances Gomes Beth Graves Peggy Hight Cleo Marr Betty Roberts Lee Robinson Bea Sarrells Vivienne Seis Addalene Starrett Lois Witherspoon Robert Blair Robert Blum Virgil Boteler Jack Brockhouse Kenneth Carter Charles Cooper George Copeland Marion Dargan Robert Darnell Paul Daulton Richard Granath Harold J. Harvatin Pat Hennesy Art Langford Peter Ley Miller Maxwell Bob MacDougal Clois MacDougal Alex Mencher Weston Mills John Moore Bud Noble Wallace Reed Rollin Schneider Leon Server Charles Sisty Bill Thompson Dick Titus John Troop Wade Smith Dan Stern Herbert Wilson Page One Hundred Forty two aflrwa Kappa Rlph OFFICERS: First Semester: President, Marion Dargang Vice-President, Bill Thompson: Secretary, Verne Smith. Second Semester: President, Charles Cooper, Vice-President, Bill Thompson: Secretary, Art Langford. Third Semester: President, joel Greene: Vice-President, Herbert Noble: Secretary, Art Langford. ACTIVES: Dean Bambrough, Robert Blair, Robert W. Blum, Ralph Bower, Jack Brockhouse, Kenneth Carter, Charles Cooper, Marion Dargan, Robert Darnall, Paul Daulton, John Denhof, Bill Eickhorst, Kay Hafen, Harold I. Harvatin, Michael Hayes, Patrick Hennesy, Arthur L. Langford, Robert Lanier, Peter Cairns Ley, Raymond Lythgoe, Bob MacDougal, Clois MacDougal, Miller Maxwell, Alex Mencher, Weston B. Mills, John Moore, Herbert Noble, Wallace Reed, Thomas W. Reese, Lloyd Sallee, Rollin L. Schneider, Leon Server, Charles W. Sisty, Laverne Smith, Dan S. Stern, William C. Thompson, Campbell Dickson Titus, John D. Troop, Everett P. Watt, Herbert B. Wilson, James L. VVilson. PLED GES : Virgil Boteler, George Copeland, Gordon Edwards, Ronald Frogley, Richard Granath, Bill Tillman. Page One Hundred Forty-three Founded: Washington and Lee University, 1865 Beta Phi Installed 1929. Colors: Crimson and Gold. Flowers: Magnolia and Red Rose. Publication: Kappa Alpha Journal. Bill Barricklow Bill Bridler Rodney Calvin Francis Cartwright Ed Dodds Herbert Ellermeyer Don Evans Andy Gillespie Burke Greene Jack Hackney Lloyd Hoadley James Holmes Bill Jourdan Robert Lindberg Frank Marberry Don McClung Arthur McGlammery E. P. Messick jack Merillat Ed Morris Bruce Neuflier Dale Parnell Paul Patterson Harry Stowers Larry VVilson Dave Young Page One Hundred Forty-four ffy'f""' r v Jill Li . s I I I Il lg. L ri, 2? Q ll H J x l r? 0 1' li J .gl s 1 l 1 Q, 1 1 .l QF Sl 'XI l li? l is 6,3 . Q v-1: li 1 PPA SIGM OFFICERS: First Semester: President, Frank Marberry: Vice-President, Charles Hammond: Treasurer, Robert Lindberg: Secretary, E. P. Messick. Second Semester: President, Pat Kilburn, Vice-President, Ed Morris: Treasurer, Robert Lindberg, Secretary, E. P. Messick. Third Semester: President, Dave Young, Vice-President, Thomas Whelchel, Treasurer, Robert Lindberg, Secretary, Don McClung. ACTIVES: Bill Barricklow, Rodney Calvin, Francis Cartwright, Bill Cashion, John Coleman, john Diodosio, Ed Dodds, Herbert Ellermeyer, Don Evans, Burke Greene, Andy Gillespie, Jack Hackney, Lloyd Hoadley, Bill Jourdan, Pat Kilburn, John King, Harry Kinney, Robert Lindberg, Frank Marberry, jack Merillat, E. P. Messick, R. E. McClendon, Don McClung, Arthur McGlammery, Ed Morris, Bruce Neuffer, Dale Parnell, Paul Patterson, Harry Stowers, Barney Thorpe, Thomas Whelchel, Larry Wilson, Dave Young. PLED GES : Frank Allison, William Bridler, johnny Beherns, Don Court, Michael Crowley, M. E. Dehlinger, Jimmy Deklotz, Sid Dobbyns, Cliff Garrison, Bill Gray, Charlie Hines, James Holmes, George Mertz, Art Montagne, jim Riedy, Fred Torres. 5 Founded: University of Virginia, 1869 Delta Zeta Installed 1925. Colors: Scarlet, White, and Green. Flower: Lily of the Valley. Publication: Caduceus. i Page One Hundred Forty-five Rodney Bell Tim Coleville C. W. Edwards Glade Fife Nick Fiorentino Jerry Friedman Orville Fuqua Wesley Furman Kenneth Goebel Bill Hash jim Haslam Tim Hayes III John Herringer Leo Katz Maurice Kiech Edward Kramer Duane Martin William Patrick McCarthy Norman Maguire Melvin Murray Jim Patterson Jack Redman Howard Romme Norvelle Smith HKA I x "Bell 'WL a lfmtino 'Hmm mill 'Hman ioebel n III 'El' ch ser LffCartl1Y Pi Founded: University of Virginia, 1868. Beta Delta Installed 1915. Colors: Garnet and Gold. Flower: Lily of the Valley. Publication: Shield and Diamond. Page One Hundred Forty-.sefven Pike Winter Formal Kappa Alph OFFICERS: First Semester: President, Bill Ullom, Vice-President, Bill Hash, Secretary, Norman Maguire, Treasurer, Maurice Kiech. Second Semester: President, Nick Fiorentinog Vice- President, Bud Waha, Secretary, Glade Fife, Treasurer, Leo Katz. Third Semester: President, Bud Waha, Vice- President, W. J. Hash, Secretary, Kenneth Goebel, Treas- urer, Wesley Furman. ACTIVES: Rodney Bell, Jim Berger, D. F. Canevari, Tim Coleville, C. W. Edwards, Glade Fife, Nick A. Fiorentino, John Franchini, Jerry Friedman, O. C. Fuqua, VVesley Furman, Bill Geter, john Giddens, Kenneth Goebel, Bill Hash, Jim Haslam, Tim Hayes III, John Herringer, I. K. Herringstad, D. W. Ireland, Leo Katz, Maurice Kiech, Edward Kramer, Jr., D. A. Maaske, Norman Maguire, Duane Martin, Bill McCarthy, Larry Millikin, Melvin Murray, M. L. Neighbors, R. G. Poole, Jack Redman, Howard Romme, F. A. Scarpella, Norvell Smith, R. D. Statler, Bill Townsend, Bill Ullom, Bud Waha, R. R. Wakefield, Jr., Don Wheeler. PLEDGES: Joe Amad, Bob Ballian, Bill Cheek, Jack Kellow, VValter Lentz, Bill Lynch, jack Martin, Wendell Morrisset, Reed Murray, Romayne Whitmer. 2 iwli 1 flv X Q , . M ml.. , ,V,A,, . Ewa ,V,A , TWL Q K Zfvfii ,. ' 934144 445 ff! 3 -. .5 . SN-- it V Nl M QL? by s - -f f' -' Winner rim W ri :XC l e . ,V ' .K V53 V ,pp Si' 'Ja X - C ,. X- 'A 4 f 1 ' -Q 'Zi gf e ygggtskt my , 2 if , V f age s X w ' Saw N' M -,s-L-fc? sl' jeff --f r ai f 4 ,"'-A 'YB . - f , 1 Leslie VVheeler Philip VViegel VVayne Vlloodhu ry Hugh VVoodward Edward Balcomb James Borland Orren Bradley Charles Davidson Henry Davidson George Dickenson Jack Ewing Francis Farris Gerald Griffen Charles Gunderson Preston Gunter jack Gurley Norman Hodges Sammy Hughes Sam johnson Harold Kambak Dick Kendrick john Logan Arnot Mitchell Kenneth Mount Truman Reid john Robb hlarvin Romme Edmund Ross Keith Sayler XViIliam Scott XVillis Smith Tom Strome Sam Sutherland Marlo VVebb Ed, lafnird Balcofnb Jrren Eorland flex iv' gorge Dltlen ck Ewing 5011 anus Farris fold Grin, arie- s Gunderson ton Gunter Gurley nan Hodges UY Hughes Johnson iKambak endrick :gan litchell Mount -eid ,IDIHC DSS El' cot! th me erlilld ebb D . 1 and Cllfyb lds0:10Il .ug V Founded: Miami University, 1855. Beta Xi Installed 1916. Colors: Blue and Old Gold. Flower: White Rose. Publication: Magazine of Sigma Chi. Page One Hundred Forty-nine Black and White Ball S ' h O OFFICERS: First Semester: President, Kenneth Mount, Vice-President, Truman Reidg Secretary, Bill White, Treasurer, John Logan. Second Semester: President, John Logang Vice-President, Charles Gunderson: Secretary, Bill White, Treasurer, Leslie Wheeler. Third Semester: President, Norman Hodgesg Vice-President, Jack Hueterg Secretary, Rodney Jones, Treasurer, Willard Corken. ACTIVES : Edward Balcomb, VVillard Barton, John Bills, William Bon, James Borland, Orren Bradley, James Byers, Ed Cates, Don Charles, VVillard Corken, John Daniels, Charles Davidson, Henry Davidson, George Dickinson, Jack Ewing, Frances Farris, William Flocken, Norman Freed, Gerald Gatewood, Robert Gregg, John Griffith, Jack Gurley, Charles Gunder- son, Preston Gunter, Eugene Hayes, Jack Hueter, John Norman Hodges, Sam Johnson, Ray Rodney Jones, Harold Kambak, John Logan, George Arnot Mitchell, Guy Monthan, Kenneth Mount, Stanley Potts, Truman Reid, Auble Riter, John Robb, Marvin Romme, Edmund Ross, Keith Sayler, William Scott, Addison Sessions, James Pat Simmons, Willis A. Smith, Thomas Strome, Samuel Sutherland, Thomas Tuberville, John Turner, Marlo Webb, Leslie Wheeler, William White, Philip Wiegel, Chad Wiley, Joseph Wayne YVoodbury. PLEDGES : Bob Beckley, George Clark, George Dwyer, Bill Hereford, Larry Hoyt, Tom King, Jack Ladd, Harold Layne, Eugene McNielly, Lee Moulton, Wally Star, Bill Starnes, Dick Thomas, Don Thomasson, Bob Wells, Jack VVheeler, Henry YVillis, Hugh Woodward. Ann Wzisholm un Bowl Princess Lobo Co-Captains, Red Smith and Bill Jourdan, receive best wishes from Sun Bowl Princess, Ann Chisholm, on eve of their departure for the game Page One Hundred Fifty , Sem, sid-.mz ' s M , Page One Hundred Fifty-one fl fhlefics fwwfwi W5 Coach Willis Barnes Red Smith Alfred Tafoya ,...,,.,.,,....,. .... ,...,i........-..... ..., ., ......- .1-......... .....,.. . 1 . . X ,V . JCM' f . i FOGT The king of college sports this year struggled to maintain its place on the nation's sport program. With the Navy allowing its college trainees to play, Coach Barnes was not only able to form a team-only three of the Border Conference schools continued the sport-but a team which was again invited to participate in the New Year's Day Sun Bowl game. Losing the season's opening game to Colorado College the Lobos came back to defeat the Kirtland Field Kellys in the southwestern version of the Army-Navy classic. At Home- coming the Lobos defeated the Marines from Flagstaff, and a month later clinched the Sun Bowl bid by a decisive victory over Denver U. Al- though playing one of their best games of the year, the Lobos were unable to break the jinx which has never let a Border Conference team win in the Sun Bowl as Southwestern of Georgetown, Tex., meted out a 7-0 defeat. Ned Ross Tony Fontes Bill Thompson Leon Server Page One Hundred Fifty-tfwo l P 0 LL orts this year 'e S Place On the '- With the ge trainees to not onli' able three of the ols continued l WillCi1 was lpate in the Pnl game. 'ine game to 'tland Field n version of , At Home- rfeated the fi ind a month 1 if-if ' wl bid bya "' " : i ver U. Al- Q their best L' ,h Mfwf' ,obos were f which has U 'ence team f ithwestern Sed out 21 eet,, tttt tt t, 2 Q Bill Jourdan Page One Hundred Fifty-three .1Fiffr""0 Lobos came ,il g " M.. .Ji .M ..- Red Smith stars in two shots of the Sun Bowl game THE SCORE VVe They Sept. 25 Colorado College Qtherej . . . . 7 20 Oct. 2 Flying Kellys Qherej ..... . . I9 I3 Get. 16 Flagstaff ASTC fherej . . . . . 26 6 Nov. I3 Denver U. Qtherej .......,....... 33 I3 Jan. I Southwestrn of Georgetown, Tex. , . . 0 7 QSun Bowlj 'Robert Blair Less Dassoff Marvin Goldberg Nick Fiorentino Bill Herbert Cloise McDougal Bill Bridler Willis Ryder o is , l vi Z1 3 l Robert Statler Willard Barton l Bill Hash Ernest Garcia f Cliff Bickley Bill Geter joe Willis l Late afternoon practices cast their long shadows Sylvan Land Tom Welchel George Mm l0C Harvatin Toro Moore yung . ' Sylvan Landau Tom Welchel George Mertz joe Harvatin Tom Moore Shown on this page are two action scenes from the Colo- rado College game at Colo- rado Springs. Left: the Lobos make a large gain from deep in their own territory. Below: Colorado goes over the line for a touchdown. Bill Ullom Bill Hanson Howard Burns ,,,,!,V4,,,.-.,. fi E If .r f .7 1 'ia BA KETBKL This year saw the Lobos follow a successful football season with one of the best basketball seasons on record. Under the capable leadership of Coach George "Blanco" YVhite the team won eleven out of thirteen games and took the Border Conference championship. An indication of the strength of this year's team can be gained from an observation of the two games with Texas Tech, the Lobos' old rivals. Tech took the Lobos for three successive games last year, but the VVolfpack came back to Win both of this year's games and one of them with a score of 61-36. Two players who rated as outstanding this season for their all-around teamwork and versatility are Kay Hafen, high scorer for the squad with 120 points, and Virgil Boteler, who scored III points. The team as a Whole ran up a total of 655 points to their opponents 501. ,, ,..., -Z f eff '53 .- , 4 'Qui Coach George White Bottom row, left to right: George Mertz, john Wheeler, Stanley Potts, Marcos Salas, Robert Balian, Kay Hafen Bill Geter Top row Coach George White, Carl Imboden, Steve Johnson, Virgil Boteler, Thomas Gillespie, Clarence Robinson Richard Day john Cocu bmsky, Charles Underwood. THE SCORE C7-KRD Nov. 27 Dec. Dec. Dec Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Ian. Feb Feb Lobos Lobos Lobos Lobos Lobos Lobos Lobos Lobos Lobos Lobos Lobos Lobos Lobos They fight it out three Top to bottom Steve ohnson Albuquerque Thomas Gillespie Clayton Ed Kllllan Albuquer queg John Wheeler Albuquerque Stanley Potts Los Angelesg Kay Hafen Washlngton Utah P 9 011 Hundred Fifty-Je-ve Above. The tip off Below: The pay off 0000 7-KSKETBRLL Marcos Salas, Santa Rosa George Mertz, El Paso Bill Geter, Borger, Tex. Carl Imboden, Mesa, Ariz. lohn Cocubinsky, New York Robert Balian, Oakland, Calif. Page One Charles Underwood, Del Norte, Calif. Clarence Robison, Fillmore ,Utah Richard Day, Hampton, Idaho Hundred Fifty-eight hx Fifffmli ' TRZKCK This year the track team had one of its largest turnouts for several years. Although no stars were in evidence during the first practices, Coach George White expressed pleasure over the enthusiasm of the large turn- out and the exhibition of much prom- ising material. Several meets with the Kirtland Field Kellys and other arrangements promised a full schedule for the Cinder boys. Following the first oflicial track meet, Coach White named the following men to the Varsity Track Squads: Anderson, Blaise, Ballen, Bridler, Brown, Bryan, Carter, Conway, Das- soff, DePatton, Elliot, Hafen, Hash, Henigstad, lmboden, Jackson, James, Johnson, E., Kelleher, Lutjens, Milik, Ortiz, Parnell, Slivkoff, Spangler, Statler, Sutton, Thomasson, Watts. .fl ef f ,. V ,f - Q fliyfzff . . . 3 , ,,,, . W, .f ff Q ' 'Zi mx ' 1 , ,, ,WW ,f ,Q 'H ' . 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Pouring lt on QD' WGME ' ' Forward somersaults, backward rolls, elephant walk, head and hand stands, and a course of regular calisthenics provide vigorous physical training for the distaff side of the gym. ln all classes a set of stunts must be learned to complete the course. They really aren't steering with their right hands. We printed the picture backwards just to confuse Mr. Dooley, riding instructor 1161215523-ltnglhiffg one arrow. Owner of several championships and er 1 Y her own set of clubs, Marlon jo Cowan sets out for MacGregor'S Gardens Paye One Hundred Sixf.V'f'w0 Y Ward 1'0lls, nd Stands, Iilisthenics Hiningfor l- ln all JC learned ad sW""'l PORT Besides these gym classes, instruction is given in the outdoor sports such as baseball, tennis, archery, and golf. In the art of the dance, Spanish folk dancing and primitive Southwest dances are studied and performed. 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Anthony Joseph DoBell, Bob Dolzadelli, Ens. John P. Drypolcher, Ens. Louis Duke, S lfc Robert W. Dunbar, Lt. Com. W. McL. Cfac.J Duncan, Ens. Edward E Eggert, Ens. Leroy Eichorn, Lt. fj.g.J W. G. Elmore, Lt. fj.g.J Francis H. Ellinger, H. G. Ellis, William Ll Fairless, Ens. Cyrus Fairless, George Ferguson, Lt. Com. A. M. Fife, Lt. fj.g.l Rowland W. Fifield, Lt. ij.g.J Myron F. Finley, Lt. Cs.g.l Edley B. Fischer, P. 0. Joe F. Fitch, M Zfc Nofrman Flattley, Clayton Frazer, Lt. Robert Leslie G Gann, Thomas Garcia, Joseph Robert Gladden, AXS Edward Glenn, Ens. Victor Gloss, Lt. George M. Kfac.J Gotlgin. Robert Gould Lt. C. F. Graemer, Gerald . Greenwell, Lt. IJ.g.l Robert Greer, Ens. Theodore B. Greiner, Yeo. 2!c David Grissom, Ens. Richard H., Jr. H . Halama, Ens. Lars Hale, Ens. David P. Harley, Ens. Edward Harley, Ens. Edward Livingston Harley, Ens. Joe Harris, Lt. fj.g.J Robert Hayes, PhM Lloys V. Hein, S lfc Edred Hesselden, Lt. Louis G. Hibben, Lt. fj.g.l Frank ffac.l Holmes, Willard A. Hood, Ens. Clement J. Howard, Lt. fj.g.J Charles W. J Johnson, S 2fc Lee Jones, Lt. fj.g.J Robert T. K Kennedy, John Kirkpatrick, Ens. Arlton S. Koogler, Ens. Jack G. L Langseth, Ve Noy fdisch.l Langston. Yeo. llc Tom W. Lanier, Ens. Charles LaVern, S!2c Barton Lee, P.O. lfc William Lee, William A., Jr., Lewis, AIS Marvin D. Liebert, Clarence P. Lighten, Sf2c Ted Linder, Ens. Robert Lester Lipp, Lt. Com. Maurice Lopez, Lt. Kj.g.l Albert Luider, Ens. Robert Mc McCarthy, Ens. Tom McDougal, AKC Cloise C. McFadden, Ens. H. C. McKinley, Lt. Cj.g.J Robert C. M Maddox, Ens. James W. Maldonado, Joe Marron, AIS Owen Marshant. John Martin, Ens. Charles W. Martin, Lt. Cj.g.J Curtis W. Martin, Ernest L. Matthew. Ens. Josh S. Matthews, S lfc Roy E., Jr. Meeks, Lt. Tom O. Melton, J. F. Metzler, Ens. Frank Milan, Lester Miller, S 2!c Fred, Jr. Miller, AT. Sp. 3!c Mickey Miller, Lt. Pat Milne, Ens. John L. Moar, T. H. Morton, E. L. Moyes, Lt. fj.g.l Cecil L. Murphy, Ens. Vincent P. Mygren, William N Nanninga, Ens. Robert Nobles, Rf3c Bob 0 Olguin, RT Manuel Phillip P Paiz. Albedon R. Passmore, Durward Patterson, Lt. fj.g.l Robert A. Paulsen, Yeo. Corder Pavletich, Ens. Martin Pendleton, R. E. Perce, Ens. Milton D. Petronvich, Ens. George W. Pierce, Ens. John R. Pijoan, Lt. Michael lfac.l Pillow, Ens. Braden One Hundred Seventy Z 8 . MW W I II- .nvf 51" WE I: W' ul' W Wofiif gflffflf 5. I' !I0Wd,fPlvi'z,g BM ml Q - ,I D 5 Lg, Ill S155 J W. ' . Pafl QJEII EQ sm www gal W, Avi swim, carl SFI' Englfhl Hi WE-D'I so L' Ile? Slirlfi- II we-1 SM Ba M Simlm' G Allin swift Q1 ,lc mb' lon Wil' Eric 231 linker. mf: Spulllefv EEZ Sum LL nz- Sm' LL R05 sggvel'-'W LL I Small A1 ,. swim 5 It Sweel-Illflq EM' T . 'IrIpIe1I. LL Il lulnnlff- 522 Turnky. N5 V Valentine. HUF Illknllnl. Sli Vllfi. liblkli In Kmler. I II Wagner. Era. Walker, Lt. I Warm, Jim Ilslwn, Jimi Wzt's,E1s. I Weide. lloyd Whilmnzb, ll Iillieides. I Wilmx LI. Wylie, LI. I Wood, LL I NAII' A A Allen. C361 B Ham ' Q mi, cl EEQLCLI, Q I de bmi? L Rollin, Re I BWIL Can H051 LL Brown, Q Ilmmhp Bmw, 5 Clldc w 11, Chayfu Cilildm' I Childers! mms, mark I Wy. 1 CQHIQR. Cmnt Wx G 01213, 1 If I I Mig INHII limi lm I I r Fil Gu I I El i ei 1. 5 Pale 0 " ii' '14, - ,. ' ,' ll MPL' itat., V- c. Pinch H 1- M. lhd T0n ey slie Pfaq' 1 Ro B bm d. H-. Jr. tivPUZSl0n Eli 'lk ifac.P xrles W, t T. n S. :h.P n W. :ter bert C. W. r. Y M- d ld syglflfl' f Porteriield. RI2c Byron Prothro, Ens. George W. Puccini, O. L. Q Quintana, Ph.M1Ic Joe R Reid, James R. Reynolds, Ens. Steve ffacl. Rice, Ens. Frank T. Riggs, Lt. Lowell P. Rightley, Ens. Edward C. Rolmerst, Orville Rogers, Arthur Romero, S 2Ic A. L. Rose, Ens. Milton Rosenthal, Ph.M.3Ic Harold L. Rushing, Ens. Jack Rutledge, Ens. James L. S Sarvis, Lt. if-g.P David Scanlon, J. W. Schmidt, Ens. Paul Schreiber, Lt. "Skip" Scire, James Scruggs, Hosp. Appr. 1Ic John Sec-ry, Ens. Carl Seiglitz, Ens. 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Wilson, William Budge Wood, Robert Collin Wood, William Oliver Wright, Quincey Y Yoli, Albert J. Young, David Conrad Young. Wilford L. Z Zink, Joseph Troup Zwicky, Everett Edward, J. MARINES A Allison, Rea Harvey 1O.C.S.J Antik, Lt. James B Balcomb, Kenneth C., Jr. Barnes, Bill Barrett, Sgt. Robert J. Barry, Lt. William Bradley, Lt. Gilbert D. Brunelli, Lt. Vincent P. C Cooney, Edward Coplan, Frank Cornish, Pvt. Tom Croces, Victor F '1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 and 1 11 11 11 11 11 '1 '1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 '1 '1 11 11 '1 11 11 11 '1 '1 11 '1 11 '1 11 Lf Page One Hundred Seventy-three 0 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 '1 11 '1 '1 '1 '1 11 '1 11 '1 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 Supply Compan 1 '1 '1 '1 '1 '1 11 11 '1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 '1 '1 '1 '1 11 11 11 11 11 .1 "BUILD THE BREECE WAY" Breece Lumber PHONES: 8835 - 8836 Hughes, Lt. James K Kastler, Lt. William Koch, Capt. Sumner S. L LaShell, Eugene Losh, Capt. Dick M May, Lt. John S. Merckle, Rener Miller, Micky Miranda, Gilbert E. Mitchell, Maj. Thomas Jerome P Prendeville, Pvt, Bob R Ratter, Lt. Scott Renfro, Fred Rill, Pfc. Richard E. Rudolph, Pvt. Jean H., Jr. Ruoff. S!Sgt. Robert S Shelton, John Steiner, Lt. Lynch T Taylor, VValter Thompson, Capt. Robert F. Trujillo, Miguel H. W Watson, James Webster, Lt. William Milton Webster, William Weeden, Lt. Norman P. Wheievler, Pvt. James, Jr. Yoeger, Fred MARINE AIR CORPS A Amerine, Lt. Beauford L. B Beard, Cpl. Wendell O. Butler, Lt. Lewis D Devaney, Lt. James E. Dial, Lt. Robert Doyle. Lt. Thomas William H Harmon, Lt. Richard Lee Hoover, Lt. Tom Hines, Lt. Halsey L Loken, Lt. Arnold M Monfort, Lt. William Avery N Neish, Capt. Elmer S Shirley, Lt. Bob Y Young, Lt. Russel Le van COAST GUARD C Charles, R2fc Thomas E. Colton, Herbert L. G Grissam, S2!c Essley H Hampton, Snd. Oper. M!3 R. Hyde, Lee K Keller, Walter 1fac.l Klein, Eddie 1CactusJ L Lewis, Edmond C. M Matthews, Slfc Roy L. McCanna, Peter Montgomery, AIS Tom Moore, Howard C. r --vv----vv---v--- v---v---v::::::::"1 11 11 1 I1 11 1 1 1 uquerque 1 " Alb 1' 11 ll 11 l he ate rs 5: 11 1 1 . 11 11 For Your Entertaznment 11 1' 11 11 I Sunshine 11 11 1House of Hitsl l . 1 o K1Mo I1 11 1America,s Foremost Indian 11 Theatre, 11 , 1 It O Ch1ef 11 1: 1Where the Big Pictures Returnl 11 1 1 11 Q Mesa 11 1: 1The Home of Action Picturesl 1, n 11 I R10 11 11 1All First Run Picturesl 7 . . I1 O M1ss1on 11 11 1Foreign Language Pictures 11 11 Monday through Fridayl 11 1 11 Go TO TI-IE Movies REGULARLY 11 11 In No Other Ufay Can You Get So 11 1 . - 11 Much Out of Lzfe for S0 Lzttle 11 1 11 It L::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::J Gardiner, Pvt. Katherine Ann S Senter, Thomas Stanley Greenway' Lt. Carolyn H Simpson, Glenn Sk d ll , N' k an a S lc Harding, Ln. Marel v. Herron, Lt. Mary T. M MERCHANT MARINE McEaci:hern, Virginia D McGinn, Lt. Ginger Dean, Lt. Robert 0 Diekmafl, Theodore Ogden, Pfc. Doris Lee E R Ellermeyer, Walter Reiche, Lt. Hildergarde G S G , Ed d R. Scheele, Lt. Helene - Maier War sikes, sfsgt. Judy Hgys' Guyton Tignigr Lt Floriana Hman' Tom Tucker', Lt. Ethel Louise W McDowell' James B' Wharton, Margaret Rector Mock, Ens. Franklin W. WAVES garton, .Loyce arton, avern B bber, Ruth E. Bleanken1soIhip,Fp. ish 3fc Marion Fr: Bolles, urie , I Brewer, Lt. Dorothy Z. WOMEN S ARMY CORP. Lenihan, Katheryn E. ROYAL CANADIAN AIR Cavanaugh ,Edward fDisch.I Nfalone, Max A C Anderson, Cpl. Eda E. Carter, B3-1'bE1l'3 B Cason, Maggie n G l l S!2 E. P 1 illa Baca, Dorothy M. Beach, Christine Billeau, Jean Brinegar, Lt. Maurine Burkett, Cpl. Shelia C lee c, c r sc Coon. Barbara G. D Delaguna, Fredericka G C Gooding, Gladys D. h Chambers, Cpl. Mary A. Grlmlg' Mary Jane 4 ISC J Chapman, Pvt. Judy. Cornell, Pvt. Aubrey B. Cowley, Cpl. Wayne Hagerman, Catherine Mary CAdm.J Hobbs, Ruth Hulda n Hollenbach, Lt. fj.g.J Marion Grac K Keller, Ist. fj.g.I Louise Bemis Kinnaird, Helen H. Krebs, Ens. Kathleen D Davis, Georgiana fDisch.J F . Franz, Catherine f::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::: I Drive In and Save I I :I I ir 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I in in I :I I lr ir 'I 'I II 'I 'I WI :I I 'I 'I In :I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 4+ 'I 'I 'I i -0-4--.r-eo-4:--4'-c ----- ---- ----- ------ ----- A - - - G q-- ::: :: : ::::: :::::: :::::::::.v-c :::v N NN II yi qi gl 'E E: -I is UNIQUE SANDWICH SHOP "Where Ola' Friends Meet" BILL ENTSMINGER 2130 E. Central Across from the 'U' 'I 2 'I 4I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I . 4, in 'I 'I 'I 'I J f::- ----------A--- ------------ - -A 'I I Be at Your Best HAVE YOUR HAIR STYLED IN CUTS AND PERMANENTS CORRECTLY Henry N. Davis Internatlonal Prize Winner 1n Hair Cutting Styles DIAL 2-1337 105 S. HARVARD 'I WI :I I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I in 'I 'I :I I 'I in 'I I I 'I i N. Second 81 yi I if Roma Ave. .N I Lia S 1- o RE PAR? 1, CLEAINEEDQ ll! ll l ::::: :::::::::::::::: :J 'I 'I 'I 4 L:::::::- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I One Hundred Se-venty-four M M M Mi Ni 301 S215 sum Sill!! THU I Well' Whit WO. A Andre M Miles, 0 Osborn W Wal1iS 1 SPAR Morgan, WOM! Sherman. Raynolds Retick, I ARMY Swinger, CADET Harrell, M Stark, Loi Pvvwaq Q EVER. LM, 11111 1 C. Mm, 'lk ol' H Wim I K1 W1 '1 I 41 I1 41 I1 41 1" 1 I1 I1 41 41 I 1 I fe U' 1 I rf-li N1 IIN I is 1 41 1 41 1ARD 41 I1 000001 I 4, 41 1 I 41 I I 41 '1 41 41 41 41 '1 I 41 1, '1 1 I 41 41 41 41 I 41 41 41 I 1 41 I1 41 I I M Messecar, Mary Laura Morgan, Thelma Mullins, Ens. Bobby Murphy, Patsy N Nicholas, S!2c Dorothy R Roberts, Barbara S Shannon, Tf2C Betty Simpson, Barbara Simpson, Betty T Trumble, Ens. Lois I fgflf W Wendt, Y 3fc Helen L. White. Alice Mary WOMEN MARINES A Andreas, Pvt. Gloria M Miles, Pvt. Carolyn O Osborne, Lt. Carolyn W Wallis, Doris Lee SPARS Morgan, Thelma Adams WOMEN'S A. S. PILOTS Sherman, Jackie Raynolds, Sara Ann Retick, Mary ARMY NURSES CORPS Springer, Lt. Frances CADET NURSES CORPS Harrell, Margery Ann Stark, Lois Margery RED CROSS CSemi-Officialj B Burns, Margaret Jane D Davis, Jean G Gardner, Barney J Johnson, Carol L. Lewis, Jay Frederick RCAF McClellen, L. A. C. Junior UNCLASSIFIED Ackerman, James B Briggs, Jack Bogren, Vince C Chavez, Demetrio fdisch.l Crass, Howard H Hall, Jim fdisch.b Hunsaker, Harold Johnson, Sammy idisch.J K Ketchem, C. C. L Logan, Fred E. Mc McNaughton, Manuel P. M Miller, Leon J. O Olguin, Manuel P. R Rohmer, Robert Q. Reed, Joe D. S Schroeder, Roy Sebastion, Marian Strong, Bob W Weeks, Kenneth Willis, Roy Brook Wylie, Marshal J. e::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::1 1, 1, ff Mosier's Smart Shop 1, 1 Qt :515WEsT CENTRAL I I1 11 EI EVERYTHING IN WOMEN,S WEAR 41 41 EE -'- I 1, 1, 41 41 2xxxxxo:,,,,,,,:::::,,,:::,:::X ITT:CimTxmmimmxx:TI 41 41 Qzzezlzzjf Sboef and Hotzery I . I 5: G1ven Bros. 31 I I Shoe Store If " c. MARCY: MGR. 304 W. CENTRAL X 41 41 :J-4-:.f-0-0-4r:: : 10:4-0-t::::c :J-051, P092 One Hundred Seventy-ffve f A-A- ---A-- SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS WRIGHI'S TRADING POST Mexican and Indian Goods Guaranteed Genuine PHONE 3297 324 W. GOLD --7-,----,----v-: FURNITURE Marked with America's greatest manufac- turers' names . . . Furniture that makes your home a real home. I AMERICAN Pho.. FURNITURE co. 7863 QV- 4' -. 5 ,ava- r '. 1 Y I i - Illn- I V or 'fr1+sc" l'lElU MEXICO 412-414 East Central Ave. Opposite Public Library Complete Kodak Service W! A f ""--. uP-L N""'W-mx . ii w l x 'IRAN' M N ARK RC S Featured Exclusively at MARKUS Home of Distinctive Ladies' Ready-to-Wear 308-Io West Central Avenue ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO f::-4-:::: - - -::::: -::::.fo-4-:- When ou build for the future . COME TO THE BUILDERS, CONT RACTORS, AND HOME OWNERS HEADQUARTERS FOR BUILDING MATERIALS The J. e. BALDRIDGE Lumber Company 4OI-23 SOUTH FIRST PHONE 4546 'See you in the Sub A Page One Hundred Seventy lidhf 4546 ii d Smnl?"W fl "rw l i 1 i lld 15 l i l li li li voovvoq ,fs All, THE P T-WAR WCRLD will be, more than ever N ELECTRI AL WCDRLD The manufacturers of electrical equipment and the companies engaged in the generation and distribution of electrical energy have pioneered new uses of electric power to protect our freedom by defeating our enemies. The full story of their work cannot be told until after the war, but many of the devices they have developed will bring great changes in our peacetime lives. The new uses to which electricity will be put in the post-war period will be tremendously important to every American and particularly to those who will then be entering the business world. ARTHUR PRAGER President and General Manager Page One Hundred Seventy-nine uquerque Gas and Electric Company A----.0 - .... ---------- "' 'P 11 11 11 Phone 4446 0 QI 1 1 1 ' 1 1, 1, 1, 1 OWU Mmwwlzfe' ' 3 fl Starne's Pharmacy QE 1 that is inherently good M fur- T 11 In business for your health 11 , 1 niture worthy of the Customer's 1 .Q IQ investment-is carried in our I 2120 E' Central AVC ' ,I 1 1 stock, Whether you spend much 1 11 :::rr::: ::::r: ::: 3 or little, you are certain of sound 1, value. 11 AAAAA I 11 1 1, B m FURNITURE 1 1 Cdmpm MOP 1 T00 e 11 11 CFORMERLY JERRY's1 'Q C MPANY 1 1 1 O 1, 'Q CAMPUS CLOTHES ' 21 I4 East Central Avenue ,Q 11 for the CO-ED 1 ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Phone 7723 1, 2128 E. CENTRAL I 1 1 1 :m,m,,,,,,. l T 11 11 11 1 I 1 1: 11 DHXHE Floral Cog , MR. and MRS. H. J. FITCH I jf 1 11 Say It W1'fh Um' Beauffyfui Fiowers 'E 1 EE Phone 7121 219 N. Mulberry 1, 11 :mmm 1 Page One Hundred Eighty Paw 0 V' 1 1 1 1 L MH o,.'q 'I II I I II I 'I II II I I I II I I I I II Q 'I I 'OM I I I I I I I I I I I I I 'O-Of:-AQQQQ 9-0-0-at-rel I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I. I 6.4.44- IP I -----------' --'---- - f '--- V- - -- --I I I, 'I I, I I I I I :I A Salute to the If I I II I N AV I 'I I: I I 1 I :I Congratulatlons to the officer II I I personnel, and to the officers- I1 I . N I :I to-be, on a job well done. Good :E II luck and Godspeed on an curly Il I , I 1: vlctory and a safe return :I 1 I I I 1: I 'I I: 52 . 1: I :I . ' n I: II - UAL! v 4 I I MEN s wen I 'I I, I, I, I 309 West Ceutrul I I II I I I Albuquerque, New Mexico I I I Pre-War stuff I, I: lL,:,,,,,,,,,:,x::,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 fx,-:::::::.-.-: - -:::::::: - - -::::: :.-:::::::: A:::::::::::::::::::,00.00o40,40000,,,, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I For Twenty- Six Years We Have Been Serving You IBERTY CAFE '7 II 'I 'I II II II II 'I II :I I I 'I I 'I 'I :I I :I I 'I 'I I :I I :I I 'I II 'I I 'I I II I I S I I I I I I I I I I - - - - - - - - - - - ---- -pppypopepepaaaaacooag - -.-,.-- - -,,.... M.- -: -I v '1 QQ4----va-tv-.1-4rvv-:r-one-49 v... J-tvv-- Q 1, 11 1 1 1 1: 11 P 1 1 1: Albuquerque Lumber 1: 1, I 1, 1 1 Company 1 1 1 1, l I PHONE 5647 11 1 1, 1, 423 AND 5oI NORTH FIRST STREET 1, 11 11 '1 ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. 1, ft . 1 , 1 Distrzbutors of 1, 1, , 1 1 BENJ. MOORE sf CO. gl 1: Paint Products 1: 1, 11 I1 JOHNS-MANVILLE PRODUCTS 1' 1, 3 STANDARD SANITARY MEG., co. I ,, Plumbing Products 1, 1, 1, AMERICAN RADIATOR CO. If 1, Heating Products , 1 'v E 1 ' A A55 '-"A Iffflffffv 555531155 A AJ v- vvvvvvvvvvvvv---vv----J-0-noun-::Jqo bmftleyk DRESS FOR ROMANCE DRESS FOR CAMPUS DRESS FOR SPORTS DRESS FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERY PLACE -::::: ::::::: ::::Ju0-t ::::-0-0-00-:Q ::::::::::J-0-.c::::::: :::: SOUTHWESTERN SASI-I AND DOOR 414-416 N. First Albuquerque, New Mexico fr -A'--"-'-AAAA---- J-at AA-A- J.: A-A Q - ::::", 1, i -:::: Artiaga's Chili Bowl O 9 Q Q en Bernalillo Nuevo Mexico The Best in Tasty Spanish Foods ,-v-- -:::J-c:::: Page One Hundred Eighty-tfwo Y l 11 l1 R.. P111 0. e HW' f 'T 'T 'T 'r 1: EOR THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK 35 or EE SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND EE SPORTING GOODS lu lr r lr see gg NEW Mlzxlco SCHOOL L SUPPLY COMPANY L 1 if 205 W. Copper Ave. Albuquerque W, I Strange . . . Isn't this the Llbrary? ,A --, ,,.. .1ht,.t0u Sanitary Laun ry and Dry Cleaners Your Clotlmes Not Qnly Loolz Better, But Wear Longer garments receive personal attention anct inspection PLIOIIG ---vvJ'-QQOOQ dEh :it it : Yi 1' Q Java e YX oodsfkxcw ovtivlg G ' SKK ' 'xs 'x S 'r 'r 'Q Mm NAYBQQR ummm Wckaxm 'om SQNAAQS Yxwm Smwxas Yxwme, Ybooc 'VKX WHO?-V193 XBOXXXJXSG , zd0-11436. 590069 5 pmzfwovvm-uO9,S-YN4 Wbukxoo oclgbe Ml Q Y womb ., 2 p,0fi0NXO?:XXJ?f5 51 90069 whos. Qwoxks 1 1: I Sales and Sewkce E WWW 012:25 s M xk ' E Ybooe 'VI vb X4OY0?1?JYs?P0XXJ0XS6, 100-1.1.0.9-. 590069 SY 1, : PsXR:0Q0?,YsQ09,S?N'3 wezunxco 1, 5 H und,ed E. '11 I Y hw. 0 ART SEEFELDT'S . CONVERTIBLES 'I tb :I I IL I 4I 'I :I P :I I II 'I 'I 'I 'I 4l 'I 'I 'I 'I II 'I 'I tl 'I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 4I 'I 'I 'I 'I For a Square Deal and I a Flne Car I, ' A S E E A R T . . . I Q LOCATED AT THE CORNER OF UNIVERSITY es- CENTRAL I I FINEST USED CARS IN TOWN I 0 H d ed Eighty-fifve I zz I - an I A - A - - -::::::J-c:::::ro-.a-'0- et ny 0 tfl cl 6 NEW- ENLARGED -- IMPROVED 1 Visit Uur New Annex -- We Cater to Private Parties :::::::: ::J0-0-c:J-c:J-0- O FRESH SEA FOODS - - - OUR SPECIALTY I STEAKS - - - K. C. SIRLOINS - - - T-BONES I TASTY FOODS HEALTHEULLY PREPARED The Albuquerque Restaurant That Has Advanced Franz "Better" to "Best" is proud to offer you DELICIOUS MEALS 'flust a Little Dzjjferentv Steve Sponduris, Mgr. PHONE 9181 1 17 NORTH FOURTH 3 T4. T49 sn pl L 1 n , 1, H W. ln M fi H tb , C 3 J D if E lj Ez Q Fi l Fi U Fr Q Fr Ji H Gi H H: y Hi W --A----1-0-0-4--J.:-o.ps4r.0,, M POHd N Aw IK dE h - P o 'fu Albuquerque Theaters i l Q-.rout .... The Mirage PRESENTS THIS PAGE TO THOSE WHOSE WHOLEHEARTED SUPPORT HAS MADE OUR ANNUAL POSSIBLE .... Albuquerque Gas and Electric Co. Albuquerque Lumber Co. Albuquerque National Trust and Savings Bank Alvarado Hotel American Furniture Co. Artiagas Chili Bowl Baldridge Lumber Co. Bari Flowers and Gifts Bartley Shop Breece Lumber and Supply Co. Broadway Lumber Co. Brooks Studio Broome Furniture Co. Camera Shop of New Mexico Campus Shop Canyon Cafe Capital Pharmacy, Inc. Casa Manana Night Club Clever Cleaners Coca Cola Bottling Co. College Inn Book Store Creamland Dairies, Inc. Darrow Ice Cream Dixie Floral Co. El Fidel Hotel Excelsior Laundry Co. First National Bank Fisher, Bud, Co. Franciscan Hotel French-Fitzgerald Mortuary Frosted Foods Distributing Co., Inc. Given Brothers Shoe Store Hardin and Coggins Hilltop Bowling Club stA-- ur Advertisers Hilton Hotel Ilfeld, Charles, Co. Imperial Laundry Co. Iordan's National Garment Co. Kistler-Ciollister 81 Co. Korber, and Co. Liberty Cafe Lobo Barber Shop Losh Lumber Co. Mackey, Fred, Inc. Markus Store Mindlin Jewelry Co. Mosier's Smart Shop New Mexico School Supply Co Paris Shoe Store Penney, C., Co., Inc Pipkin, A. O. Sanitary Laundry and Dry Cleaners Seefeldt, Art Skousen Brothers Southwestern Sash and Door Co Springer Transfer Co. Starnes Pharmacy Strombergs Strong's Book Store Sun Drug Co. Unique Sandwich Shop University Book Store University of New lVIex1co Press Valliant Printing Co. Varsity Beauty Parlor Warner-Woods Studio White Spot Cafe Wrights Trading Post Y. M. C. A. I i Page One Hundred Eighty-:even if -I : :::::J-Que I INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER PRODUCTS I PARTS SERVICE I TraeTractors I Industrial Power I Road Machinery I Motor Trueks I Farmall Tractors I Farm Equipment I Refrigerator Units I Firestone Tires and Supplies I 'I 2 II 3 I :g 5 1717 NORTH SECOND A PHONE 5507 8' Albuquerque, New Mexico III N'-. FI 'flu I I fill' Key fe the Hampus 1. Administration . 2. Aeronautical Laboratory 3. Bandelier Hall 4. Biology fParsons Hallj 5. Carlisle Gymnasium 6. Chemistry 7. City Reservoir 8. Dining Hall 9. Faculty Homes, Sorority and Fraternity Houses 10. Fine Arts 11. Golf Course Hadley Hall Heating Plant Hodgin Hall Hokona Hall Infirmary Inter-American Affairs Library Lecture Hall Maintenance Shop Men's Coop. Dormitory Mechanical Engineering Public Health Laboratory Photo by Cutter-Carr Flying Service President's Home Rodey Hall Sara Raynolds Hall Music Building Sorority and Fraternity Houses Stadium Student Union Swimming Pool Tennis Courts University Press Yatoka Hall Q-:::::A:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.A::::::::::A A A A A BROADWAY LUMBER COMPANY FEEL SAFE AND SURE USE THE BEST OF BUILDING MATERIALS PHONE 2-5221 425 N. BROADWAY A - A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A A::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::J Page One Hundred Eighty-nine .ff I T' 7 I I P onmx I ,..K 5' ii 1 Coca-Cola Bottling ff Company 205 E. Marquette Ave. ,P Phone 5581-82 ' I 5 U --.v-ff.: ----- .ff AAA- : :J-+4-:::: J Old IVIan VVinter on campus 1 v .... .f--4-0-4-.--f-0'-0-44. I 0004 'I U I I M COLLEGE INN I BOOK TURB ' NEW AND USED TEXT BOOKS ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT SCHOOL SUPPLIES ART SUPPLIES , CRESTED STATIONERY FOUNTAIN PENS GIFT ITEMS Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fisher 1908 East Central Phone 5346 I IJ Page One Hundred Ninety Pageohli .adh- 4.2111 "4 W U l l 4 I 4 1 I I 1 I I I I Niilliy Stop by C fm 5,2932 The Downtown Meeting Place For Students JACK CHANEY, Operator A. RAY BARKER, Manager Enjoy the charming luxury of the world's most unique hotel. Our famous Indian , Room is ideal for luncheons, dances, and gatherings of all kinds. - ::::: vvvvv. :::::::: -: ,I 4+ 4+ lr lr lu n n 'r 'r P lr 'Q :I I 1 tr 4 4+ In I lr r 'r 'r Q: ::::::Jvf:::: ::::J:: :: 1+ 1 W I O cn 4-r O H3 e-+ D' 0 CD O C-' e-r D' 2 O m HY KWIIALVARADO - ,a,00W"""7 Private Pringle on his way in the service of our country is now includedg and he must receive our first consider- ation. But we are looking forward to the day when Private Pringle comes proudly marching home and we can render the same excellence of service to our friends, both old and new, for which Fred Harvey has been noted for the past 65 years. A ---- :wa-20-0-0.0. 0-00-0-4--vvv--vvv---- Before Planning Your VACATION.. .. ,Q BE 0 T ,,, THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO PRESS Hours: 8-5 "Meet Mr. Grizzly," by Montague Stevens is most informa- tive of ranch life and especially hunting in the Rockies. . Its author is a Sportsman of highest ideals and quite unique methods of trailing wild animals with hounds." Rider And Driver, Feb. ,44. Page One Hundred Ninety-one ALSO FOR SALE AT YOUR BOOKSTORE Clever Cleaners 4 Special Attention + 4+ 4+ 4+ 4, to Our Serfoice Men J. F. LEACH il 31.1, W. Copper Phone 2-1505 L 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ P 4+ CONGRATULATIONS 'P 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ 4+ The University of New Mexico 1+ has met the requirements of both il 4+ peace and War 1: 4+ I SKOUSEN BROTHERS, CONTRS. 11 4+ 4 Phone 2-2427 I P 4 4 1 4+ 4 5 I .J-fsixetm. Aboriginal American Apartments i px' , Page One Hundred Ninety-t+w0 sg ,, YO BEC I lT'5 'fi SOCIA 'Q '+., 'va 'lr 'Q II W v - v - v - - v - - :::::::::::::::-1'-4-::::::::J.c - A - - -v-- 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I 'I I 'I 'I 'I :I I 'I 'I 'I 'I I I 'I 'I 'I 'I I YOU'LL MEET YOUR FRIENDS at five I-IILTON HOTEL 'I BECAUSE... 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The sports section was condensed, part of the Navy section was cut, and many of the features-VVho's Who, House Chaperons, Campus Sings, S.U.B. Dances, etc., had to go. We had a swell page for T.N.E. which said some bad things about the fraternity and also about the student body and administration who apparently show no interest in obliterating this gruesome activity. Since we already had engravings of their pin and handshake, we might as well show them to you. . . . Also shown on this page are the Mortar Board flet's build campus morale, girlsj Hymn Society, a scene at the first Campus Sing, and one of the numerous dances in our attractive S.U.B. ballroom. Before we go, we would like to express our sincere appreciation to the State Tourist Bureau, Mr. C. E. Redman and Ed Dewell, for the use of several pictures and to all who made possible this edition of the MIRAGE. 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