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

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Perhaps the prohierns confronted by this year-'s staff have heen harder than before, and the job of recording the niuhitnde of events in which the students participate rnore demanding, hut on the pages of the 1Q45 Mirage-your Mirage'-we have tried to capture your memories. This is our purpose in presenting this hook. Read it: enjoy ltg treasure it. ' B. Zwrciar, jk., EDITORQ A. R. Lrorn. rn'srxr,ss non COPYRIGHT 1945: E. W i 1 l A l it vw? J f Q W .f 'f' . - fS'Y:f?E? Ml xxxxxxx 4 1' I A-if "va f ' , , ww 5 1 ll X 'f ' j Q" 2 1 1' W .. QL 5 HI 'll 3 -,n ', 4 1 i J C M l PACE Q 0 if Z fl. -.1 W , I -V - -g E -. . X-3 -V - 4-'-, L 5 -,-.5 -- t - .,..,-g- - 7-,ff r' - .- -JA ,-,'.-fm--,.,.-5 .,.- Q ,-, x , fl W ' . ,.,g, , -Q S. fa., Qi in ' 5 3 wi' . H riiv-'v' f -1 1 14: , ,f , , 2' .v ' . 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The principal duty of the Governor in the llllllllltxlll 43-ip! 34-3381 l i l a I X l e l i N i l l 1 into ol this ll1lNt'lNlIN is to appoint lln' llwml 111 Rt x i1s.olixx'l1lc'l1l1t'1s.11it'x-wtlnuo Denipscyk N , , N V lnelnlbcr. fr4lXl'lllHli lolun l, IHICILNI in llllN wtsptm is crlonlx iuooumlful mtl My ilJl7liC'C'lQllt'Cl. Hit..- ,L g ,.3,g,g,ZgQ,,1 4' : L 5.-f1,.Lg.,,:,,,,'. -4 I-iff 25- "-if' rkggglvfid-4--if ff" 5fG:.la.Qc49muayscceqag-v-nw-mma4.ua-m s . Dean Lena C' 91 cc EIIIVB The oHice of the Dean of Wo- men is primarily concerned with the problems confronting the women students of the Univer- sity. It is willing at all times to help them with their problems and troubles. Dean Lena C. Clauve has very capably com- bined the roles of Dean and hostess on this campus for a num- ber of years. All social events, meetings and student functions are passed through her and her able assistant in the Personnel Office, Mrs. Elizabeth Elder. 2'-in --1 ,. ' ., , , - , ,..-........ K - V, -. --1-:ws..,-, . t.-,r n,,.'.- - ILE:-.hc Page 15 apt. J. B. will ,gy-v-s Dr. YV. YN. Hill has lor niany years been the cheerful anthropologist. I-Ie is now the Navy councilor and acting head of the Anthropology Department fall in one ofhce, tooj. He listens to all the gripes that come from both sectors and, to top it off, he arranges the programs so that students may stay in school and still graduate on time. All in all we think that Dr. Hill is doing an excellent job considering the material that he has to work with-we. the students. 1 Commander T. S. Daniel mmm. --.- . ..,. ., Upon Commander T. S. Daniels shoulders rests the heavy duty of leading and guiding the men in the United States Navy who are stationed at the University. He is responsible for discharging the duties that are assigned to this unit. We are proud, and we know that the Navy is proud of the way that he is handling the future oflieers and gentlemen of the United States Navy. --1----v -:-..4...u:.:a4-:..,--- '-U f ' 4 . , . ' . f Y , ,S-1 .. a...a4.s44:..ef-A-u:---"-'---. . -g . .- is , ., , , . -Q-A-afrhqggk, -' ,--.Mb P, , . Y, rw ,-Y, V I A -Y Q K W ,.., , .,....., ..,.. , ,,.. , .... :,: .,..,.... .... ....,,., . . . F K . . , , V3.1 ..w-,,is.1Af-:i6iBg1a-gqf5f4vssQfa53u:...msgs.,,4,,.., - I MZ ' f , . . A S , Y . A .,-., v.,w'-rn..,,..,.n...f.-., Page 1 7 -s t - -tw ,r rg X X xg 55 A g if w :U X xs' x rf' Safe -,.-4 if i sm 2, , , X 2 x .X .- cm Q ,ix tsxriscgtfl Vg , h Sig N :K ate i-tux' 5. y, 1 w QXLS5 g.'M-,cj xl ,K ' WX X NNN' C 1 il- X Q- .xgy-sg, gs- gvhay ,t-ctw.-sx t. if VE: 1 gt - ,gm kk t-!s3cga1,gvf?1l:P:x .x is , Ogi sxx-rgwgwtks g?-XE -s ,tgp . ,s- 1siIg,,-'rcexznx rjxwilfg ,5 f, X .IK ' X, N. 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ROBB Acting Dean of College of Fine Arts d I flf death of the late President Zimmermzin. the ClllllCS of prcgi- ent iave - f . ' J, . . . Y a e-n on. a board made up ol the Collage Deans. l hc hotly will govern the University until such time as a new ' pitsidem is select cfl. DO A CLI H' KER Alf NORf A. Ceo. SIMPS P. Hom XVHIT. RIGHT Edu BRA D, PART M 4 X CID Z r-1 'U 'Qs I K-4 b-4 Z E I E CU O 2 P1 g :Vs O cf, 7: M4 ' m ' H'PU F1 m FU C7 33 1-1-5 ro O 1-51 O N H Q 0 Q.5 Fd E CD O hq Q.C? tj O Je H 8 U 3 5 '-' Q' e-r . VVV rn o 5' 4 C5 F1 2 S V 'D U3 I 53 ,E fb U., H 5 Q, M 3 NWC, i11Zf rv DH mba, m SU HV O PY' ' , V-- 'J' ru Q' f-f fn M U: f-: "' C5 cfm o M ,U g-V'-1 5? on '40 'M OU D V... 0 T4 FU . ' '-' O Q 5 VH , S F4 5 :r+- F176 gbf' Q as pc: H X4 po V11 V1 I' UQ H- B 53 on UQ nj m gn Q.v H pg se Q ,... Db F-I g M V... . ,Ib Q D3 F1 0 N O t-4 Q 4 P4 M U1 C1 oo fU Edt' ,U m ' PU pj 3, Q F1 in S.:g C7 Fl W HE 0 S ' U I P-1 I-' ' . V ,V V, , W V1 , ,, . , , W. 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XIX X 55 Q.. Am XI:1IIxm'111.1IisN I , Q ff 4 K, Q - if 1 'ga i,,,, XX'IlRIxXI,XX. 1 15 yt, f wr f M, Q -has Q 3 ,...xx,..., , A QI I ' I'IxxsiCS , x - , C1I..XRIi, IUIIX x h ,1'Q x I IIIIVIIIINIIN . J-L x I CZ.XS'I'I-'fI"I'I-'Il.l I Iiiulrmgx' I'I-f,XRC1l",, '11 xi , I - - -3,1 lfxwixlx 2 11111-ixr.xx.1 S xx, Ylxxx f"'f IQIIIIKQIIIUII Iv ' X -.-, , , ,, gaxfxjg..-nf., SIII-I lox. xx xx xr x 1 I , I-iI11111'F' Nix' 1, , . L 'gm an I Page 20 ililllg 1-1 2 B. flLfR L M? .jr .Ml Tllllll 'I' UIIUNUIL The Student Council, as the highest governing body of the Associated Students, sponsored a number of activities during Semester II in addition to its routine work of passing on Student Senate legislation and seeing that the University's student affairs are run smoothly. A Among the social functions sponsored by the Council were two lfVar Bond dances which took place during the last bond drives. Near the end of the second semester the Council felt that a memorial assembly should be held in honor of the late president, Dr. Zimmerman. This was done late in January. A contest was held to select a new school song and was planned by the Council in order to arouse more spirit and loyalty to the school. In general, nearly all the Friday night functions Cnow banned because of a faculty rulingj open to the Student Body were financed and scheduled by the Student Council and were very popular with the student body. Members of the Council are elected by the students in stated numbers from each class, making a total of nine voting members. Ofhcers are: President-R. A. Blaiseg Treasurer-Marian Dargan: Sec- retary-Mary Chalk. Seated, left to iight: Bl. CL l arden, Diary CHialk, 1Xrdiur I,angford, flerbert Ellernieyer, Bob Blaise, Mary Helen Green, Joe Kelleher, Bill Cheek. Standing, Marion Dargan. .i 2 r r ,, ,4.,...g - mf - 1 -- fr' "'- r .Sv V-'. , -'- -r-,--'r Y. ,, :"' '-Q ' - - , ---- , " ' , - f f - -is-V-A - -A N- -- - --ff ' l , f e,s.,Sq.g.-..4.1,,,1.,-,,..- Page 21 it fri ltr Wt ft lflll 'if-l 'll til ,lt Htl lst tl ltl f' tt ll l t lt ' I . l ., , - j K lx tltulxi lllllll Nlllll I.xl1 ill l Xl FIRST Row frkoxrj :l. to r.. Pat Santortl: Xl. tl. llztrtlt it I tl! t tx Cormick' Pat Hannett. , glIXcl1lXll Stllt XM lttttl l'tIIk lit in l l l SECOND Row: Libby Dolly: Maxine Wcbl 1 nl i 1 ' 1 - S "H - ' 1 " " 'i- Oraret Smithg Maurine Trutnblc. D . ,. , tix lttrilltril tttl ltll Morin Xltit it lit it llt NN D . . . . . ,.,. , U , 4 . TIJIRD Row: Ginny Sclinntt: l . R. Nlur 'L 1. N ,-A - - ' - - ' " -' Herb Ellernieyer: Harry Kinney. H V FOURTH Row: Bob Blaisc: Alvin Swanson: john kttrgyloltlt Ill A I 1 s ' " Sf' T Robert Patch. The Student Senate is the most rcprcscntqtttxt- tlliQlllllfLlllllll on tltt l X Nl campus. lt is composed ol inenibers appointed lroin vat lt tllllllllf ttt tt cial and scholastic, each class, and each college. The purpose of the Senate is to allforcl and protnott- tritlt-r stlltlt nt tt pit st ntt tion and interest in student gorernnrcnt. lts major tltttit-s art- to t t tit-it tll tt quests for subsidies from the general canrptts llttncl. :tml ltr gtpproxt tll sttttltttt legislation of a permanent. naturc. lt also supports and flirt-tits tll ttttttttt that will advance the interests of thc llnircrsity and bring about bt tttt tt-onlinr tion among the various student organizations. The Senate is directly responsible lor our annual llotrrctorttitt for the Honor Day assembly. This year the Scnatt- has giwn spt-t t tl tttt nrt. it tt the promotion of YVar Bond Drives, a contest lor nt-tr strlnml still Body dances to inspire more Hschool spirit" among tht- sttttlt-nts. Oflicers this year were: President. llcrli lillcrtrtttwt-t': Xit t- pit-sitlt nt lit ttl Xlttt rayg Secretary, Ginny Schmitt. Page 22 X ttt 'Xlrtl Rtlttt tr lx rt! lf i. L lv AW CIIUNCIL Seated left to 'l'i0'l7t Leonella Romero Leonore Andrade Peggy Hight Marva Wolf. Standing une Redenbaugh Gloria Jacobs Marion Jo Conan. I McGee, Marilyn Terry, Marjorie Pearson, Xfirginia Ellinwood, jo Ann Breecli, Diana ,v J 2 5 J C T D .Ic- 211'- lisg ODI NI . SO- 'ta- FC- rH't ICS 13' nd KO int ,IT- A.W.S., Associated N'Vomen Students, a part of many universities and colleges all over the country, has as its purpose the organization of the women students of the University. All women on campus are members, but for a more eflicient functioning a council was formed, consisting of representatives from all women organizations on the campus. The council cooperates with the Dean of VVomen and car- ries her suggestions to the students. 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VVade Lazerson, Hassel Romme, Howard A. Thorpe, O. Barney Long, Metzler, Mount, Dewain Alice Shirley Sanchez, Schmitt, Scott, Henry Virginia .lack C. V ayley, VVeh1neyer, XfVoodhead Carol Karl Phyllis - .. ,. P:.x,..,.4...,,,, . -...,..Q-. -a M ,-is-Big.--,253 01 Page 27 I1 111 11 11 ARTS AND SCIENCES Page 28 tw . , .2 S X J fb -. ,X111I11r1s1',S1'11111 Xll11l'1Nfl1l, 101 1 1 .XN1I1IX. 1111114111 1 11:1111'I1. lQf71Pf'11 1 11l'111'1 XVH11 1 x . 1 1 111'I11'111lQ. X111l I P . I nll1J.I1lX. 1x1111 1111 11111111111. N1g1x Cl1111l1'1, I:11111' XX c.f111111N.X11111f1 f1111111l. '11'11X 1111111 1111111 XX 11I1lf1l'1l. 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Nadine Nluteli. Pzilricjizi Naugle. Tom Nelson. Aaron Nordeen, Mildred O'Keefe. -loyee O7Reilly. Patrick Orvis, Peggy ln' pr' 6 nise 1 Page as ARTS AND SCIENCES i li ll V.. l O will R lah: fJSlJUl'll, Kc'1ll1c-lh ll.: l,fHlll'lJQIllf FIRST Row: O'Connor, Xfvllllillll E., ig , 21 I George F., Patterson, Charles, Pfau, Marian, Phillips, Maisy lic-th: I'ic-in-. .Xmiz Vim li H -' ' " "Hg: Rhoflf-s ner, Miriam, Powers, Geraldine. SECOND Row: Powcis, I tggy, R4 illy, I iisfi 1 l H Rittei Harry Lee, Rivers, Betty'iRolJert Bevery .g ', , ers, Ruth, Rouekus, Jeanette, Sehirr, Joanne. Tinian Row: Snlmiicll, llomllixz Slivl ton, Frances, Shumway, Jack D., Slaughter, Don XV., Smith. Hugh 'Ig Spa-iuvi. Nlqixim' Steigman, Hugo, Stevens, Corrineg Stringl'ellow. R: SllllllllC'l'S. Clmig. lfmiuii Rim Swift, B. L., Talbot, Lyle, Thary, Charles: rl'lllll'Sfl2ly, l'..X'L'lXllI Iiinpi-, limigrxit' lx Tindall, Helen, Turner, Friinniieg Turnley, Katherine: Van llmisst-lawn. lllll. I-'ii iii l ROW: Velasquez, Ruby, Vlfalker, Mavisg XVatkins, Dorolliy: XXX-hh. Clziilvmiiz XX'iill Christiana, Wliite, Cleo Mae, YVood, Boots, Zerr, hl2llll'lC'CI foricli. 'IQ XI. 3.9 t . -: . V K . l 1 ,- E. 5 -" Wie V - ' E' 3 1 f , .s L ii it if ' ' 1 . ,Ja , 1 " " 1. Q N if I in A ' .1 XX? 9 Y S? X sf is - ltgxxvwa X, 1 R fx 0,1 Y 'il Q- 'if l V y Q A S l C Ex' W l i Xl: s, l'i,li!2llJL'lllI Rohinson, limi: Roflg clrebaric, li Pitsch- Rhodes nz Rodg. T1 F3 Shel- Maxine, VH Row: agene F., . FIFTH Z Wirth, EDUCATION l l is Bail, Brunetta, Denny , Halama, Hannett Katherine jean Barbara Edla Patty Harrell, Morrow, Reed, Rice, Trible, Hfilson, Orfa Lee Margaret Ann Anna Frances Katherine Sara B. Page 35 EDUCATION Page 36 UNIIIR SIIIJ, HVII1 l11l111w. Il:1111c'1 I wr I,:111gI1l111. NI.111r111 Xl:11r113 H1111 I1111 Nc'1x'1'11111l1. l'11N1lH1 R1'1111:11lI. I'1':1l1c 1 x Rf1111L'1'r1. 111111 XN':1ll1'1'. NI:11'1111l1 XX1lI1Q1111x. H1111 I111111 XX'11c1C lXu1l lll. IH '1 rclelia n ilouise Tiet -Iarion v lane Priscilla tances Jnella 'orie ary FranCiS Sally la Beasley, Betty jo Brinton, Evelyn E. Davis, Carol Elam, Dorothy Gannon, Benita Glasebrook, Marlyn Hannett, Mary Emily Hight, Alonnie Koogler, Virginia Lard, Doris Laws, Frankie Ann YVood, Don Arterberry, Katie Barte, Georgene Brown, Yvonne Cornell, Dorothy jones, Betty Lou Knowlton, Martha McNew, Frances O'Grady, Pat Oxford, Dorothy Stevenson, Mary Young, Phyllis EDUCATION 'UPHUMURE 5 V. lsr- 1 X 1.1- ! 1. QS' l .. E 9 , J Nl Xi' ,,s,, , S H' LJ, - . , 11, 4 .f l-., FRESHMEN 2, 7: y 1 age 37 rf 1, I .,.. B ,, s4,, s N l ENGINEERING ,ly ll Belleflicl, lllll'l'l5, hm, f Ulf-111.111 Peter Roy lwlm ll. Ehorn, l",llc'1'm -mul Bob llcrlmcll Immun , Xmnnm Gafforcl, C24-rclin. mlm nf 1 Xvlllllllll Rllclulplm S. Smal ll. Hamrcl, llclmcsy, lllllNll. lllIllll'l, lmllf flfu Allyn B. lfclwin l'. Clznrl lf. Xmnmgnlu fjlll X YV vt l l i 7' .g. 4 , X-- ' K M, A all 'Q Page 38 X , K. -Ry Hman, i 111 IJ. u. N' vrman Umm, I lmboden, Chnl A, R, i vi 1 Q. k. johnson, Sam Lf7.D'E "ff" Mahoney, Mike Murray, Thomas R. Plansoen, H. Louis , .. . .-V' l,, 'IX P- . 4- I , Kinney, Harry McMahon, James LI. Nimer, Ed L. Reese, Bruce A. '67 I . 4 1 na sm 1 1, ..- ' ' ' 'y ,. uf ff- f Q . ": ,f Qi' " ...A -,I V. ,L g.r::im,, . ..q. hw LL , Tofiv., I .Y I -x- . Lloyd, Lupton, A. Richard Bradshaw B. Miller, Mullins, David B. XVilliam H. Nutter, Olbert, John M. Richard P. Trammell, Hlest, vlohn Leslie ,.......... ......---...-.p,...-. - .R 1-. 1-:iw ..-,,.-1-, Page 39 1QNc:1N 1+21f2111Nc: I I ,I I I I I, I' I I I Nz, I fir-pr ,, 11" 2 DAX, f,, N H, ' VX i Qt. ""s.' ,I G ox'- FIRST Row: Anderson, Ralph F.: lkrosr-gImiui. Ilruno ,X.: Immrr In IN, I II.-XXII XX H.: Cook, X'VilIia111 Dwyer, George XX'.: lirclmgm. XX. I I Im I I Irrmrfx II XII 4 I , I Row: Gifford, Robert N.: Goldberg. Nlzrrvin If.: Cirmxu XIIIIIIII I' II II IIXI XX Iiam R.g Hayes, Michael M.: IwICI'I'Ig'Sl2lCI, Ierrx Ii.: IIIm-X C II.IIIX'N. III-IINII. IM-I C. THIRD Row: Kalhorn, XX'iIIiz1m NI.: Iiellelrcr. Alma-pI: IP. IXIIIQIIXIII X IIIIII I .' f XIViIIiam Louglrlmorouglr, Robert: I,X'm'I1. XX'iIIigmI II.: XIIC lung. IX.-IIXIII II XI XI I Rolf r w Page 40 L.g Poole, Ixandolph S. I'iOI'Ii'l'II Ixow: 511' - - . IILIIIIDILI Xormm' Il--Imlzrr Ilfw R Starr, X'Vz1IIyg XVagner, Robert L.: XX'ecI4s. IIllI7L'I'l II.: XX? 'WI1iteseII, XViIIiam A.: XXr'IIit'1m-r, I2.om11ymIf. IIX. IIXIIII I' XXIII I-It I II irq, " 'ff' A4 0 Y' 'IX IF' ffl. , j ENGINEERING 1 Q 'SX ml ,J 1 Z 'ii' mi H75 11,5 fi i M5 llizml QUND V . KN 11- 1Tl2llfl ,VXV151 -l50Il- gl 15.3 1' ll-Q fn 1-U , . - Q .. vf.--,,,--M,-,.,1.,. Q, gg' l l l . , , s. Q , g... 'a....,.- ,ax if .' A. 1 .ggfqf ' 71,5 K ' gas . e W wi . ' ' 'fhf K' 'rl V' A t 3, S fxliivx' . N.- A3:q..? U ,,, N N 1 , -.,:y,, Ari-Q g . . ' ' www 4 lf fi: my' , . ri " ' , IVY five :I X 1 3 X 'JI' f pm.. ,Q . , f , 1? 'af V 1.554 ,L K.-X1 5. V. hw , , ,. ,,,..Q U f w v,Q aa . 1 , ...XJ ,F-'lsr .6 .ft ,ff A M.. l 'Y W '-'1 :'- r' :- X ., Q- - A..-Q., 1 .V v ,- , .1 V .' ' '. ' ,5 . , ,, A L , . . i 5 l 1 l . 2 Q 1 ' 1 if-.' bd' e ' Q - 1 YN" 5 W I J . , 'V ' . ji X . , ,g 1 ' l l .s EIRS1' Row: llzllncoela. -lumes: llultxo. Charles: llurrmvs, Cleorgez Clzrrclinzll. llolx: Clzlrlcr. slay: Davis, -Iolmuy: Clriflitll, luck. SECOND Row: Hull. Robert: l'l21l'l'lS..lCZlllllCI lelerc- ford, Billy: Kelly. XVilli:1111: Kufla. David: ll2'llX'1'lC. Tlrcmmsz l.eisk. lYllll2llllI CJCIQQCII. Har- old. THIRID RQW: Pace. xlolmi Quiutero. D1mz1lcl: Szmclers. .lack O.: SCll2ll'ClE5lll2lll. Dale. Schultz. Henry P.: Sllulte. tlolm: Stewmf. Dmalcl R.: Tzmlcm. Paul. l:Ul'R'llll Row: Ti- uer. Edward A.: Turner. Robert D.: Frith. Don: Yutlm. Dennis l..: XX'l1ite. Cllmrles R.. XN'l1ite. James: Wilson. Asa: Young. Melvin. 8. E I Page 41 Q-..-,. Q- H-- ,, ' -- W . ... . - - V - ..-.-+::...4: -- - . . . ,., - . . , 'L' ' --vb v-------- -. -aus'-4.4----v. v,hnga.lg,,f..,,f, ,,,- ,.,.-., I. ENGINEERING II II II S I II II .I I .fx-I A "-, r f ' XXI I II II I EM V' f -1 I Il un lllf X :Sf ' ' - Fx Y -I ,M 'yi ,I I ' '-FIX E Q s -I f' ' A M 1 IV r IIIN Im' I 'I 'fx If ' A ' 'J - 1 . f I--I+ III 1 IH II I ' ' N I IIIIIIIIK 1. I I 11 I I ai X N IIHIIIIHII XX IImf1 I.IllIN. NI mx ,ItXl.IIl. I I XIIIIVINIIII Inlllll SIU-I1Im11.lf,III1IIf I Y III: Im III Il 1 W , 'I I Iwaski, BCUYC3 Lair, Gayeg Marshall, Suv: Nlzxlllu-ws. Xlgwia-1 New Sproul, Beverlyg Van Stone, Sue. GENERAL COLLEG E . S I' III II II II II N I lgu I1mI IIIIVI I' 11,12 Arble, Miriam Atchison, Barbara Bateman, jane Crowder, Anthony Davenport, Aletha Drews, Coline Espinoza, Helen Foley, Barbara Garrett, Betty Lou , Gendler, Preston M. s Goodrum, Billie Florine Harris, Nlinnette Hatch, Jessie Hicks, Florence Hinger, Lois jordan, Patsy Korn, Marjorie Lacy, Nina Mathias, Jinnie Miller, Gwen Nelson, Nowassa Ninn, Mabel Painter, Nell Sanchez, Patrick D. Sears, Marie Shelton, Mary F. Smith, Betty Jean Smith, joan Sur, Frances Sweatt, Lois Jeanne Thomasson, Betty Lee Townsend, Frances Tormoehlen, Marjorie Tucker, Billie Vogel, Ruth V 5 ' -, ., ., ,2 :vu -+ wwf A 1 4111, .,f f 2 ' " '- V 235 ' Q 3 H3 ,,,:. . P , , . . GENERAL COLLEGE I -Sw 6 ,f Z v' . 5 .K . 3 . if yi"-E y 5, gs? A ,f X ,- , , . ,,, . , ., Q, ,W L1z.M-.m., ai.- ,,,.,:dc..ff..,, H ,7 ,Q il l --.2-nd Qi -.J if 1' li A u N x xx W Page 43 ip. w 'L-.3 SENIU mv . , X! i 1 Cowan Ortiz, P2ll'lilllll'Sl. R111111111'll, SZIIIIVHHI. , I , . b., Mayign I0 Ruth C1z11'ol1111- Xo14111z1 'Ic'z111 1511111 1.1 W 4 . R A N xg 3 Q. A A QTX1 igsi V S Q?gg5mkQHQQ 3fw" 3gQ, 11535 . , V'1. ful .. , ,Q f 3 1,133 AL g an , " M71 -.. 5 1' 1 g 5121 1'1 'Qf Wd I A . V ,,,. . 3515 Q2 ij 9 .Lg 1 1 Brock, Ina Clairg Ellinwood, Vi1'gi11iz1: Hz11'1'is. Plullis: Highl. P1-gow Jacobs, Gloriag Luker, L16-ang Malloy, .IZIHCII Rcmlmcrls. 1'-C1111 511111-Is B663 Tormoehlen, Carolyn: XfV1'u11clb111'y. I7,di1l1: XX'1'111l1. Xllllw' lililll beth. UNl0R Page 44 FINE ARTS fx 'Q ' A 'L ' ls ' '74 lka Elk, ny' lily! ls ,V SQ' ,- Chaprnan, Crawford, Franklin, Golightly, Liggett, Mcflehee, Betty Harriett Lila Elaine Ruth Bessie McLaughlin, Pierce, Skousen, Tate, Thoniasson, VVal ls, Marjorie Alice Dorothy Betty Betty Lee .loan 'K .1 Q-3 g , f"s'jf'- 'it 5.1.2 :fm 'W M, , W. is' T., ' A 1, ...ia i E 43' FIRST Row: Charpenning, Loisg Doyle, Bettyg Harrup, Louise, Harte, Gerrieg Hartwig, Mrs. jean, Hitchcock, Annag Jordan, Nancy, Lasch, George. SECOND Row: Melton, Fai- dyneg Niles, Theresa, Parkhill, India, Seligson, Martin, Shivel, Betty, Tochias, Thaliag Trandum, juneg Mfalker, Leigh. FINE ARTS ul Page 45 ,A ...,- --.U ,.,,.-V V A -- .'..:Jn.-- -'.a f Yjww N, I fy. .X '15f'w" 'us sn N 4 5 N r .. - if j 'Eat .-Fla n f fb 4'1LfV'gx, 1 'WS 'l"-iusx ' I X X f iwfttf . fx K u '-,n u GUR H APPY . H . GRADUATION . DRILL .P. E.. WARDROOM o ICERS . FF . 0 NEES . 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Q:-: ..:f K., ,.Nf,,,,,. ..,4. .,, . 191 P P. " A31 1 .Q , N .Vs g .gg .Ml ,A V 1' 1 N" vi X X? ' A 1 . N, X- Af X, X, N, 1 ffl 1 ,' LY, ' 0 1, . LY 7, :X 1 P Q45 I V 5 35.6 Y 1 M--q . gui E K 5 R l . Q Q l T f . i ! I r i L. , , f "N b " . ' f,."'7g..AJAa vw g ' A . .-- ,K-Q.-f!"3 gi Y . " , xxx V K X 5 x h - W sf' W Lt. Ccmldr. Norris Many11ewofhee1's Imw mlm' lu mln' were taken earlv in the scmml 5C'lHL'Nlk'l the N. R. 0. C. in the Xzlvzll Shin-11cm ilu fvllnccu mln- Ill pix 4 L 1 T 3 1 w and pay the trainees at the I 11iu-wily cal Xcxx Xhxuw lx lx llllflll . 1 Lt. Shaw l,l. O'Xcil I uw ll- I 111 Page 54 V1 Lt Ovle Lt 1 Hosinski that the futu1e OHlCC1S of the U S Navy get the 0Ll1Cl'1l1CC and lllSU'l1CKlOll 111 leadelslup that they wlll late1 need To C3115 on the umlx of the omcers wx ho have been replaced sue the follon 1110 Comcll S S Diunis, the execu- tlve ofHce1 Lt Bzuoeloh Lt F1shbaclx mechcil olllcem Lt Jefleryg Rus. Lt Comch Methauy Lt Comclm Sullufm l,t. Kelly Page 55 in-wi---,aaf:Laf..-e'.. ... , -..,. , P 126 56 --xi in T1llilllQ :I sight Drill in handling the guns is connnamn lo llicsa' H1011 Ira X I llama- llll'll III . C' I'a'a'a' I x a' xlia' I. a IlIa X ll.lD l a Illfaal XM Il I lllllllllQ llfllll' xx Illl .I mall I'aIIIIIalaal saliaalnla aml aailla Ia lIIaII painful ml xaxan lX'Ul'li. I A 'U ' Ill alglll SCIIILNIKIS yxaw IllIIII sIIIalx lll NLiIlllllSllllJ Inalnainaa Inal !xllllllL'lX ll'lXlQ,'lllflll alnni a I'aInIIaIl lllfl I.IaI1ax. llwn Ilia xnaaaxwlnl Clllllllllllllll all lllall .., aannsa Iliax lla Quan .I lfllllllllx . , a g slain in Ilia X.lX.ll Rawawxa-. .Inal :In Ilia- l'i'lfllllllll'llllLllllJll all llllll r 1 i'HIlllllllHllllQ aIllIaa'I 'na aliiilila Naam H lar lli'lllNlL'l Iam Ilia' lla-gnln lllL'l'C'lHlL' IllL'll XXlNlIlll' l1Jlll.lll Ilia- X.Ixx .I a.IIaaI llNll.IllX ali Ilia- X, lx. U. l.C,. 1 I X I ' i i 'I ff . ' - , A .li , C 1 1 , -..L -Q--:.1 ff.. .-,:g,.,,,,1,l,,,.,---.L ., ,,, 'al ll- ge en ni ice ge he eir nis- nd, ieir lible avy. lake Qose Each semester the W'Vardroom, a social organization of the N. R. O. T. C., sponsors a formal dance. This has come to be a welcomed affair, with the N. R. O. T. C. reviewing the queen they elect, and honoring her at the dance. Sally VVoodworth and Iune Redenbaugh were the ones selected during Semesters I and II. The dance at the Hilton in the lat- ter part of the second semester was more important because ofthe ap- proaching graduation of the seniors. These men were knighted "Knights of Neptune" immediately following the crowning of the queen. The dec- orations were simple, with a bulkhead door at the entrance and streamers overhead. During the evening, a dance was reserved for those who were engaged, and a kissing arch was erected for them in the center of the floor. It is said that several unquali- fied men made use of the arch. Top: Sally XVoodworll1 Iiollonz: june RCllCllll2lllg'll The Captain escorts the queen to her throne 130501111118 41 "lX111Sl11 UI Nclmnlc .-luv wif' ' x'5 FS :A 'J' mn K I 111 1 11.111111 111 1 111llI' 11 11 1 11 1 1II'1I1r1I 1 1 111 11 1 111 1 1111111111 1 1 1 1111111 1 111 11 1111111 1111111111 '1 11111 1111111111111 11' 1 Illll 11 11111 1111 111111 1111 111 1 I 1 11111111 111 ' 1f'1xf111 1 111111171 1111'1 X 1 11x1 11111 111 1 111 1111 11 x1Ky11 IP 11 1' 1 ,Ir N111 1111 1111' .1 1 111' 'fx .1 N1.1111l1P1I1N 1 1 111" X 111 ll 3- 11l.1X 1 IN1 1 11-111111111 11 1 11.1x 1111. 111 x 11 1 1 1 111 x11111 1 ming De, llOIl has he Navy lll g00d ntenance for such vrestling, p games, oss coun- le course naged to PPT'- n of Lieu- K the new two semes- the direc- tt for the iit showed gr man in cal Fitness vn as the i months Of g occupied the P- T- ,uch 21 gal' 5 water Ob' md in P355' ,ing tests, if that OU the uX'2llJlC time Q1-s A ,X N T, l 1 ' , in ix I K Y i 3 It yfl 'xl ti X, -- March, -- The assignment for Naval Organization for today will be as follows. Companies 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and Band, military drill on the practice football field. Companies 1, 2, 3, un- der arms. , -------USN By direction Does anyone recognize that? I should hope so. Military drill twice a week Qsometimes threej and a lecture on Satur- days. Remember fellows, in the good old days, when we saw a moving picture once in a while? During the past year, Naval Organization has continued to be much the same as it has in the past. Several reviews were held during the year, and all were very successful. Company and p 1 a t o o n competitions were held, and the winners were granted late liberty on some Sunday evenings. fThe lucky dogs.j I n th e pre-midshipman classes, which are held for V-12 students leaving at the end of the term, signaling and signal flags are studied. 'img iQ.4?jil.l5, . 11 .A in i C . i x X I l f'fi'iigu..:xt,i.':tt!l. 2 rl mp, w C X. L" , , , L 5 K- ....,,': 5 i ..-- .......... -. , ,...-..........--.a..-......L.-. - 5 v+:,:-alba..- ,aa i sun... 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Daniel, Commander USN QRet.j Commanding Navy Units Presentation of Awards Oath of Acceptance Presentation of CO1HmiSSiOHS The one C""'IT1lSSlOl1Cil in the VSNICIR. R. XY. Blum. rcfcixcs Benediction .... The Reverend C. H. S. Koch his first salute. THOSE CoMM1ss1oNED: Baca, P., Barte, L. G., Benedict, P., Biegert, D. D., Blum, R. XV.: Bontems, li. li., Burns. J. H., Cashion, VV. B., Jr., Chubbuck, E. P., Collier, xl. XV., Dargan. M.: Daulton, H. P., Dove, R. C., Franchini, G., Fulton, F. M., Fuqua, O. C., Galloway. L. D., Garrison, C. F.: Collner. D., Hall, H. J., Jr., Hodges, N., Hildebrandt, G. Hogg, R. V., slr.: johnson, B. la: Kil- ian, F. M., Lazerson, H., Long, D. O., Lupton, B. B., McMahon. sl. l.: Mullins. XIV. H.. lr.: Noble, H. L., 11... NeiUilTDOl'S, M. L.: Redman, C., Reed, XY. L., Riedy, lf., Rice. O. Nl., Romme, H. A., Salas, M., Sanchez, H. J., Scott, KI. C.: Shamaskin. R. lj.. Smith. O. W.: Stern. D. S., Thorpe, O. B., jr., Trammel, al l Page 63 ...........-.L......f-b,.-s--E:alw"-TJ5:i.v2:..-- ' ,.. .- the social societies. lil'2llCl'Illl'lCS, :incl smwmrilies ht-lp the N dent get the i'elz1x11litm iiccclecl lm ll mlm-i1lt'cl lille. llx' im! P1'imzi1'y in the unity ol' any lllllX'L'l'5llX is the zuiwum which Ol'g2llll!llllOllS within the l'nix'ci'sily tmilml sluclt-111 ilie. By p1'ox'icling z1c'tix'i1ies milsiclc the regulzn' alum mul 1110' better work in tlieclgisst-s.z111cl L'XlL'llCllllg the gilmluliuiliu N D of regular study. the licmm'zn'y U1'Q11lll!LlllUllS ziiicl lm1'ulL'saiu1i1l societies help hriclge the gzip lmelweeii fullegc gmcl the limmt Tcmgetheix these Ol'Q2lllllllllUllS umilmilie i1ilei't'sls gmcl iclt' biucliiiv' the student lmclx' in ll iiiure lllllllL'Cl wlmlu. rv . lll ill . SOCIAL -4 HONORARY TERNAL A FR OCIAL . S 4 ON ORARY . H NAL ER FRAT SOCIAL .L . 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V , ,, Z . gh- 1 ',' V 1 xl' 'w3?f::' if ' O, 'i'vfi ' , ,H L 5 fn. . c 7 , c 4 ' ' 4 ' s D , J O. 1 i X 'tv WA 1 Maloney, Elaine Revins, Betty Sarrels, Bea Townsend, Frances ,A CV' Q- 'W- IKI' A X l B I NOT PICTURED Byrd, Beatriceg Byrd, Berniceg Campbell, Mariong Cochran, Mariang Graham, Jeang Harrison, Lorettag Jones, Marvieg jones, Ruth: Padilla, Betty Jeang Raymond, Betty Jeang Reed, Jeang Scott, Jenny Thatch- er, Theoneg Yilonek, Kathaleen. F0UNDEDg OFFICERS: UnlY7C1nSltY of New BfICXlCO, Pyggfdgyylg B56 53.11615 I'1'1'ff P2'C'.S'1'!1CI?f.' lean Grznhzim COLORS: ' Orchid and gold Secretary: Evelyn Lllls Trenszzrer: Margaret Adair FLOWER53 Sofia! Clzairznmz: Beatrice and Orchid and yellow iris Bernice Byrd ..1....-,,.4.4....,...- -. . W -W 459.-Z ' .Zn.3g1'.'1-. Page 67 A an 1' 1 L :nu V K 1 n xx ' ' -cr -Afhfs Page 68 pw: 'Q I ix L Ili 4 x w , I "M " "mi " " 4 ' ""' """'f'-"Url --2f12"fa-511-g-2.:' :K-:.m.x.,.-5411-.,IL.,.1-. .-map1--.-uli.f.:-4: --QQ:-. -.l.1'.1ufx:l'-l,.z...--Q :::r-..-Qrr l 5 EP H10 oi Q35 Puniiini 1 A 1 gf? ir E p ig Phrateres, an international social organization open to unaffiliated women stu- dents, was founded on the campus of the University of California at Los Angeles by Dean Helen Mathewson Loughlin in IQ24. Epsilon chapter was installed in the campus of tl1e University of New Mexico in 1931. The motto is "Famous for Friendlinessw, the colors are blue and gold and in the crest the owl represents wisdomg the crescent, growthg the lamp, knowledge, the star, the Alpha Chapter. The circle around the lamp signifies unity, and the band within the shield signifies the strengthening of our motto. The Greek letters on the scroll spell the word Phrateres. The sponser is Miss Grace Campbell, and the officers are: Erlinda Jerry Chavez, presidentg Marjorie N'Valter, vice president, Pauline Blalock, secretary, Mary Barela, treasurerg Faye Alice Hoffarth, social chairmang jennel Hfomack, project chairmang Glenna Goodwill, student senate representativeg Leonore Andrade, A. YV. S. representativeg Cordelia Chavez, Barelas Project chairman. Phrateres began a project considered one of the most worthy on the campus. Six- teen members volunteered as scout leaders at Barelas Community Center. A successful Silver Tea was held to raise money for scout fund. Chief among the club's social activities are the open house and dances, banquets, pot-luck supper, picnics, parties for Mother's Club and Alums, and participation in social events with the Independent Council. Page 69 - ..-- .-. . Q-.L s' 1 1 1 I 1 A 4 1 114 C fflf ,H 1, 111 ' x X X lDl1l'l1 1 'MEN X 1,911 Q fLc'fl1l10 rig'l1f,bz1f'!c 1'011'.'1 YCIZISCIUCY. Gcurgc: Rippcx. 111111111111 Hl'l1gNfll1 X1 111111 l,.5x1x. Nl 1111 . 1.111,1 1 1 H111 1 111 Ihglu 111111111 R1111111 11111 1211111111111 11 111 C 1111 1 ' Genej Pacheco. Lco11:11c1: N'c1i1c'11. 1 'kz : n- . 1 4 1 11211113 McIntyre, Bob. fFr01zt 1'0zv:j Tyrol. Riclmrcl: Lynch. RiC11:11'c1Z 101105. R11111-11: 1411111 Wnyueg Kiech. Iolmny. ' 'x 111 1 XXc111l111 fC'111111'1, 1111 1 X1' X111x'11'1 I' 1 11 IgG 7 4 M "'-""'3" 1 V-'31 1'5""1 7'-'ff-'-w , 1.f.1L'Q.-A1vrZ:1.Q:".. aiu" -I :-. .7513 .Al Y ' .' .' ' . 1 ' " '- ' . , , - ' . R ' ' . ' 'fn' A S 1--4.l-- -mm-T4-I-ff:-L-.-w:'-1.41.11-.-1--Am.:.11-,QA-.,-,,,,..,,.,,,g.11x-ms.-,.:..--4.-Q --. ,fn ,N J 1 - - -'-'-- J: A- ' 1.-.......4.:A..:... . ....., , , ,,-f,g' N'f I - ' 1 , XN,, .JF l 2 The unafhliated men of the campus belong to the Independent Men. This organization is primarily a social one to promote interest and good feeling. The program for the year features smokers, picnics, and parties with other members of Independent Council. Stunt Night will be remembered by the skit these men presented. During the course of their alloted time, several members paraded into the sub, to the tune of "Yankee Doodlel' and resplendent in red uniforms, carrying proudly Con a mop sticky the engineers' Hag. In the spirit of good fellowship, the Hag was duly returned to its owners. In co-operation with the Independent Council, the men helped put on the Independent Ball given early in May. As is the usual thing, the ball was a great success for all those concerned. OFFICERS LEFT TO RIGHT McIntyre, Bob ...... ..... S ec.-Treasurer Rippey, Donald ..... .... V ice-Presi.den't Kiech, John ...... ......... P 'resident Kunce, Wendall .... ...... A ssoc. Chazrma-n Davis, Stanley .... .... S Zud. Counc. Rep. E i- WH- mu L A . , ,hui v-' -' fl 121 ,lx ,Q V l i , 122 1 e I . 5 . N l i Page 7 FIRST Row Vath Dennis Potter Robert J. Rhien Robert McClunff Don Edwards Chuck Arford ack Rice Bill Wilson Asa Urich Don Nichols XVilli'1m Bontems Ed Gillaspy Arthur .R -icxoxlm Row 'LgCll. l'llll'fPli'l Court, Don A ison.XX':111ic R' ter, l'llll'l'Y Leisk. l ill wuiles. l-lowzml V yuth. .lolmm lo emzm, -lolm Vee. silly H21 , Omer F-1 1 .- . ,K C. L . cn. ' Q so The Fleetmen's Club was founded early in the Hrst semester of 1943. XVith only the modest beginnings, consisting of weekly meet- ings, the men from the fleet have become a full-fledged social organization on the campus. They sponsor a banquet at the end of each term in honor of the men who are leavingg their dances have been some of the best liked on the campus. For more informal entertainment, they threw a number OFFICERS: Sk i 12126 r ......... Exec.. . . Clerk. .. .... Wrilcr. .. Clmplairz ........ Harold Swailcs .Don Nlcfilung Waller Nlaslanka .William Root .james McCoy Mzzstcr at 1II'II1.Y...Rl7i'l4f' NVrighl of picnics in the mountains, all of which were something to re- member. 'E ' T xxx .x-F ' 5 . , 11 '. I5 ' L i,., 5, A Ak ...qw -N 'u Q. F. 'Q fs. 5 H H' . f IC. 1. fx fl? .fl 4- cling time at B1 Page , Y:"'.'fflun Tl Clbi I DEBA l lllClL : L' niv6TSlll' of wither SUCCESS' :Ph 3 with Father 1 d :Il Clflclent ani LIC l U file ClubS of llle largiili of tural flff1ff5 1 'lui nation a 1 ffLlld3nCe ln '3 I .lilll 31 Cu 3 it mv .ng , titull 1 mv was If vt' YEL phi of tht? III' ,I - the flltllf ln ,ill I at thC i ffzu ' fi' if . ' ,flu 'llflmw of v1,IblSl'lOP Yi COIU' ,A f'F'll' e A ii of th Tull' rf the from The renaissance of the Debate Council took place when, on December ll, it was organized with Bob Hansen as president, Gertrude Armijo as vice-president, and .loann Breech as secretary. The purpose of the Debate Council has been to develop and increase in its members the ability to speak effectively. The meetings are held semi-monthlv and various forms of forensics are used to further the aim of the organization. Round table discussion, in- formal debates, extemporaneous. and impromptu speaking programs are arranged to give any and every interested student of the universitv an opportunitv to improve his or her speaking ability. At the end of the second semester, the Student Council voted funds to be used bv the Debate Council to encourage speech activities. These funds were used to good ad- vantage during March and April when extemporaneous and impromptu speaking con- tests were sponsored bv the Debate Council with books being awarded as prizes. During the third term Bob Gifford was elected business manager and Nlarguerite Adair succeeded Joann Breech as secretarv of the Council. Dr. C. Y. Xvicker. facultv sponsor, was indispensable with his constructive criticism and his coaching to the de- baters. The Debate Council has accomplished a great deal during the past vear. but it hopes to do even more in the future to develop forceful. effective public speakers among the student bodv of the Universitv of New Mexico. '- -'-' J " 43 -na-oo.:-lSsf,n-fgg,-.xx-p.-.qs...... ' 84.4-u-a.:-,A--3913:-v.H3 Jigga ai ,,-, .,. Page 75 Page 76 PA -HELLE IU llllllllllllli 7 I UM Sitting: Libby Dufly, Dorothy Skousen, Jeanne Luker. -june Reclenbaugh. Nlaxine Webb, Patty I-lan' nettf Standing: Marilyn Terry, Mary Frances Hlilliams. The Panhellenic Council is the organization which controls and directs the activities of the four sororities on the campus. Under the advisorship of Dean Cllanve. the Clountil promotes closer co-operation among the groups and acts on questions concerning rushing and scholarship. Each sorority is represented by two delegates and ofhces rotate among the represented organizations. At the close of each rush week of Semesters I and II. open house was held for the fac- ulty members, sorority alumnae, and parents of sorority members. The Panhellenic Conn- cil sponsored student body dances during Semester I and II, as well as a formal dance for all sorority members and their dates. Plans for Semester III include a spring formal, charity work with the co-operation of all sororities. No rush week is planned. OFFICERS SCITICSICT I Semester II Semester lll President Margaret Herlihy Libby Duffy Libby Hume Secfetarl' Libbl' Duffy Putty Hannett Patty Hannelt Treasurer Caroline Brentari Marilyn Terry Mm-Q Hclcn C1-CCH Social Chairman Marilyn Terry june Redenbaugh 'lean' Wiggins fL. to R., sitting:j jerry Herringstad, Arthur Langford, jim McCoy, Dewain Long fStanding:j Mike Hayes, John Nutter, Lyle Teutsch, Herb Ellermeyer. Chuck Edwards. The interfraternity council is composed of two members from each men's social fra- ternity on the campus. The purpose of this association is to promote unity among fra- ternities and to provide for fair and uniform rules for rushing and pledging. In the past year the council has taken great strides towards the accomplishment of its purpose. Although the council had been operating for many years it was not until Janu- uary that a constitution was written. The next task taken by the council was the writing of rushing and pledging rules, which will go into effect july 1, 1945. On the social side the council sponsored a dance each semester for the benefit ol all fraternities. These dances proved to be a great success and were looked foiward to by all fraternities alike. OFFICERS Semester I H IU President john Moore Chuck Edwards, john Nutter Mike Hayes Vigg-President Norman Hodges Herb Ellermeyer Charles Hines Semi,-Tp-gas, Chuck Edwards Lyle Tuetsch A. C. Wilson --,.. ,.,---,.., -...,.L.. --.z-:ir-- 1- Page 77 i V 1 l 1 . L s E E E 5 gi xi l ' l G 4 1 :IQ - . 3 1 5 3 lux I I 1 Q-XXx Lfxxxxs 0 ww 0 ' . 91 1 if .gov 071' , . ' 60' QWQGCQMQV 16. UNO' ' The lyre of Alpha Chi Omega was first seen on the University of New Mexico campus in the spring of 1918. The Alpha Gamma chapter com- yi mernorates its Founder's Day with a banquet each year, and the first day li of March has been set aside as Hera Day for the purpose of some form of personal service to others. In 1885 at DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, Alpha Chi Omega if was founded as the sixth national Greek-letter fraternity for women. Seven young women were chosen by Dean James Howe of the DePauw School of Music to or anize a 'ou which would give them added social Jleasure and y S 81 P O I 1 A stimulate musical interest. In keeping with their musical tendencies. the in . girls selected for their pin, a tiny jeweled replica of the lyre, the first instru- 1 E I 1 1 ment played by the Greek gods. Now, sixty years later, the Alpha Gamma chapter at U. N. M. is one of 63 active chapters in the United States and Canada. It is well repre- sented in the major clubs and honoraries on the campus, and a pledge from Chicago, Illinois, Muriel Collins, is now editor of the Loiso. Mary Helen Greene, senior business administration major, was elected president of the chapter in March. Anne Reed, graduating home economics major. was named in Wl1o's Who in American Colleges at the hrst of the year. 4 l l Page 78 .....1-.-- .....,-.....,...,g...g.4,...-.1. -.,..,.--nf .1..a.,.r.m.-if.-...-4---,-1 Adler, Mary -a . Xrble Miriam Brown , Gerry 1 . I y Byrd Phyliss - . Chapman Betty P -' --..1 Collins Muriel . 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Qgg ' . 4 W 77 ' " 'ifi,Lf ,a ' ', S gig? Marshall, Sue 1? 2' 1 1 1 . x?" ' ' J : N.. si: ,L I 'T-e z?-'S 'Mfr 1 .1 , -eo -. Alilllhelk S, Kldl IC if 9 M N ga- 12 in M .1 ,1' 11:f . ' A 4 - N. 1 v li ,E '- I 4,223 .5 NICIIOH, Fzudvne Q ' .,.,. . 11 M - Melton, Jacfluelme 1 V ' ' 4 E- 1 'fy N K1 15 " ,l r f . 2 . fx 2-waz ' 6 ff . . ' ".11'..f'43Q1- 'Z I ,Q : X Q, ,.1- y t it e 3 4 5 Q as X N 12 1 N 5? 3l WH? Meyer, Marilyn as. -1 Qs A Newcomb, Priscilla 1, N1leS,T1mmy . ..t, O'Grady, Patricia QA :X 1 XX, "'Z?'w1-C 'ew f 1635 '5 E 1 6241 'PE 5 xg , ,X 7 Q r 4 f X f Q X Z "' .,-, '-" Roberts, Fern fg RX . 4, i 1 -- . Skousen, Dorothy l Stokes, jean Tate, Betty Van Stone, Suzanne Vogal, Ruth Wilson, Mona Lou QNOT PICTUREDQ 9' - -1- W 1 un-Q1 , '11, 1, sw 1 QZGZ X 2 M ,Q 1 5 .113 . , ' ,,,, I yf - N 4.15: M fa 5 Q v V X ' 11 41 W! ..t 1 l N c Galla her Jane' Keenan Charlotte, Prator, Priscilla, Pryor, Pat, Blackmar, Mary, Crowley, Ameldag Derry Jerry, 21.11 YZ 3 1 . 1 1 Rodgers, judyg Sanford, june, Terry, Marilyn, Wilson, Frances, Wilson, Patsy .--.-va:-1-vffgbz . n'fu3'1w!-:ati-Q?-t1,...11r.3.: m. Page 79 ., 'AN ii' 1 ALPHA DELTA Pl l - I 'wr lv' Versatility was again the keynote at the Alpha Delta Pi house as the girls scored in every held of campus activities. Honors Day ended yictori- ously as the A. D. Pi's came away with three members tapped lor Nlortar Board. To show that intelligence is not the only thing, the A. D. Pils Copped the campus girl's softball crown as well as winning stunt night for the second time in three trys. The Navy paid us their tribute by Choosing an Alpha Delt for N. R. 0. T. C. queen two semesters in succession. Beauty reigns here, too, as we have a beauty queen attendant and the Sun Bowl Princess. Housed within these walls, also, is the Dream Girl of Pi Kappa Alpha. Leading event of the fall semester was a highly successful formal given at the Country Club in October. Page 80 time ull- lllll' Pi s itil -ing' HU' nikki 515111 'nal Ambrose Selma Breech, Joan Brinton, Betty Brown, Yvonne Burleson, Cleada Lee Burnett, Bettye B. Byrd, Martha Jane Chalk, Mary Coleman, Beverly Cornell, Dorothy Cummins, Jerry Cutlip, Rosaline Dargan, Betty Ellinwood, Virginia Feil, Annelies Fischer, Rosemary Fite, Bernice Greene, Ruthie Grimmer, Gloria Halama, Edla Hall, Blanche Hatch, Jessie Johnston, Carolyn Knudson, Maxine Kohlhaas, Virginia Land, Dorothy Limbaugh, Mary Lou Lovett, Edna Luchini, Dorothy Malloy, Janet Maraman, Betty Marchand, Adeline Matchin, Laura Mclntosh, Katie Lou McNew, Frances Miller, Gwen Morrow, Margaret Nordeen, Mildred Paulantes, Helen Phillips, Mary Beth Redenbaugh, June Reilly, Priscilla Requadt, Frances Rice, Anna Frances Rouckus, Jeanette Spaberg, Elaine Sweatt, Jeanne Trible, Katherine NI. Varley, Carol Wendland, Jean llfilcox, Elizabeth XfVilliams, Carol X-Villiams, Mary Frances NVirth, Christiana Woodhead, Phyllis Woodworth, Sally Young, Bertha Young, Betha , -V 'L-. , V wg, K E ,- I -' -'Q 'iz ra ' xg-L Q , K iE?"Y 'f .V blfff , i + , N.. 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M ' stir - Qpziziiagaiiliwi-11512543L,:'i.i:c:.-.-if:-5-.1......,-':.---.--1. - 'Y - . ,..,.., " Ei P Xff 'I' 7 7 i UIII Ulllllllll Pi Gamma of Chi Omega, after rush week in August, settled down to enjoy the rest of the summer. Soon after pledging. a house dance and scav- enger hunt was given in honor of the new pledges. Then came Home- coming With all of its excitement-putting up luminarios, an open house for parents and friends, the football game and I-Iomecoming Dance. In October, the Fall Fleusinia was celebrated with a picnic for all the girls and the alumni. The highlight of Semester II for the Chi Omegas Was their traditional YVhite Formal. Before the Christmas holidays the girls gave a party for the children of a local nursery. providing gifts and a tree with all the "trimmin's." In January the pledges "walked out." In reprisal. the actives also held a "Walk out," taking with them all available pajamas. which appeared on the campus next morning as the "Chi Omega laundry." The rest of the term was filled with selling war bonds, doing Red Cross work. serenades. and visits from fraternity groups. To climax the year. Chi Omega cele- brated its Fiftieth Anniversary at a dinner for all members. alumni. parents. and guests. Page 82 N v Becker, Neola Bradley, Mary Lou Bi-unetfa, jean Cochran, Editha Deitmeier, Shirley Duffy, Libby Fletcher, Dorothy Griffin, jane Griffin, Patty Harris, Minette Huggins, Jeanne jordan, Pat Knowlton, Martha Lassiter, Kittie Luker, Jean Lyles, jean Major, Mary jane McLaughlin, Marjorie Musson, Marjorie Mount, Shirley Orrick, Phyllis Parkhill, India Pearson, Marjorie Perry, Ann Pierce, Ann Powers, Peggy Schmitt, Virginia Smith, Margaret Sproul, Beverly Stevens, Corine Stevenson, Mary Tindall, Helen Tachias, Thalia Tormoehlen, Carolyn Tormoehlen, Marjorie Trumble, Maurine Turnley, Katherine Van Rensseloer, Pat XValls, joan Wilson, Sara B. lVroth, Mimi - Zumbro, june 'Q I. 'il N Q' S ' , """' -Q Ke- P P X rj -' is-51. .. , 1 FQ 6 , " W: f J V. , wi? -. - Vi 1 if 'g?f,,,.' ,. K , - 2: - Lf '31, ,i 'E"f"e'g- xr, Q ' P ' f..-,- - 1 ,, , ,,, . , . , . i X- -. P' .35 I. ,W I . H "il . 4 -' A D , W.. I, Y' 4 Q-Mr Q, NH. 5- I7 , . V- - -- ' '. 'ez . . Louise: Leslie. Virginia' Met Abbott, Eleanor, Crouch, Wanda: Drypolche1,.Sal1y. jackson, Belly Lallsmgi kill L' Vmoll' , in H M4 A ' ' , Calf, Barbara? Pollack, Mary: Scholes, Virginia, Stenhouse, Peggie: Taylor. Geiiy. fcutscli. Shirley. loiinochlan, Nor mag lvalls, Myra, 'Webb, Louise, Hloodbury, Edith 133946 3-3 Page 83 Y' 11111111 111111111 1 1111111111 Highlighting fall semester social 1101ix'i1i0s lor fillllllllil 110111 c1112ilJlC1A 111 Kappa Kappa Gamma was the 11o11s0 Cl2'llN'C, given i11 1110 l'o1'111 ol' 21 C1111'11ix111. Arriving guests were allowed to pick 111011' way i11 Cl2ll'1illCSS 111111111111 1111 obstacle course. Dancing under 1110 Big rlitxlll. 21 dimly 1i1' "111n'." 1111d l'C1il'L'S11- ments in the Side-s11ow a1.t1'11c1io11s ClOXN'11S12l11'S ofliered C'UIlSlflCl'2'11J1C Cllvlflhi- ment. As a contrast i11 ClltCl'l21l1llllClll w11s 1110 11111111111 111111101 l'1Ol'l1l2l1. lillll' spotlights were reliected 11111111 1110 snow scenes which ll'21l1S1'O1'lI1Cfl 1110 111111- room into a winter wonderland. Gamma Beta was active i11 Red Cross work llllfl 1101p0d 1110 l'11ix'01'si1y far exceed its Sixth XV211' Loan Drive quota. 111 l'Ul11ll11CllOll with 1111101' social organizations the Chapter C1liCl'1Zl1llCCl 1110 111011 ill lllt' Co11x'1110s00111 Center and at Sandia Hospital. lt CO-OlJC1'2'l1CCl wi111 1110 CXt'1121I1gC fl1ll11C1' program sponsored by the Pan-Hellenic Ctlllllfll. To the fall N. R. O. T. C. Snioker 111e Kappa Clltilll' was i11x'i10d to sing. The Kappa Beauty Candidate XVZIS crowned Beauty Queen and reigned over the Annual Mirage Bea11ty Ball. For Slllllf Night ligyplian cos1111110s and music centered around a ri111a1is1ic dance to 111e goddess Ramma la. Final activity of the school year was the Spring Fornial. Page 84 er of rival. li an iresh- njoy- Blue ball- ersity 0thCT ascent iinnff Led YO 3jgHCd tufI1CS na la' Bateman, jane Benton, Betty Brentari. Caroline Brinkman, Arlene Carroll, Lois Denny, Barbara Cornelius, Dorothy Corbit. Terry Dickerhoof, Marjorie Denny, Pat Dittmer, Pauline Evans, Rosemary Freeman. Conflict Galles. Rosemary Gardener. Betty Gibbs. Marilouise Glasebrook. Marylyn Green, Gloria Grey, jane Hackett, Marjorie Hampton, Beth Harris, Jeanne Hannett. Patty Harris. Phyllis johns, Harriett Lembke. Ellen Ann Lowery. Allene McCormick, jane Mulclrow, Becky Neumann. janet Noble, Mrs. jean Palmer. Sarah Lou Parkhurst. Caroline Reedy, Pat Reid. Patty Ritter, Billie . 5- 5 ':,r+.-4 " 1 x . sf r F W r is , x t 'cf 4 5 ' 5 f. , -li . ei? as 3 I Q' f ss Q? Q 1 ,gh v. t ,Q will l frm.: f't 'gf' el' 7' X. 'tl , 1 1, , usJ'5i W. D S ? ' S fl 'a si- -11' 3' . K 3 1 in X A ii ggi C7 3 A X P , A r W ' , , 3 is 4 if ' 3 if , 'si lvl 4535 ' ' t f if' w rg, :V . . t. N 4- Q- X13 jug f' , 1 i cw 5- i ..- ff' '-nf 'f?'7i'3Ai-J A ' if f- I. l Schutte. Connie jj R 1' S tol l a rd , B a rba ra 3 ' Tireman. Marjorie ' lVebb, Maxine in .4 XVells, Charlotte R' ,, ' Witherspoon, Jinx Q . Q XVolf, Diana ,V sl' , P 4 A 4 lvinttf MMF' Elfllll I i A 5. C K, . . , .C V .3 Q X 1 l- .l QNOT PICTL'RIiDj A-Xncona. Carol: Adams. Dnesse: Adams. Helen: Bodine. Alice jane: Bnllen. jan: Glaselmrook. Evelynzr Hannett, Marx Elnilyg Koch. Ioan: McCanna. Peggy: Musgrave. Nancy: Simms. Anne: XX est, Caroline: Holi, jane, Xonng. lhyllis ,C A ,G .A C-Q...-. .-.-,...... -.-.f iv..-..-- -.. . -,-N-. :-.- .: ..-.... .-..-....,-..p,---, . -. -s u-iK -v L6 . x.n'. ..-. Page 85 llllllllll Alillllll K. A.'s in the limelight this year include B. M. O. Clfs llargan, l,angl'orcl and Hayes who pulled strings in student government as Dirty Daulton and 'loin Riise wrote for the LoBo and.Dargan,lLqes Eujnunsu lkudquhtznullkhrrmizuted asstudent Navy oHr cers Clne of dle biggest Hgurescmn canipus num XN2dly Cireene vvho echted the Ilkxwnocx, mddely kncnvn lJavy niagaznie anclvvhcmzdso www aclive hi haotballznid track. Ranuung notin kxnbah were Q7Bouh5H Bouden meharlnvotinanj John Bhnne, Qthe superindusuious nianager-lQornnni Struennmhnyj Bern hides Qguardj, Pete Savo Qtacklej, and "ski" Karnesky Qenclj. Plear the Center of Ure social nierryhgcrrotnid yverellolni Blotnxg Nlike llayes aiul jay hddDwenvduh3Rahi1Bouerand Bobfjnhwdtooksophonune mhohwuclununs Clther prorninerngrnericni caniptw vvere liick 'litus. otnstaiulhmg niusichtn. a liost of Hsub kdf'experusofyvhon1I1inuiRiBe,Schulug Bluni.lJrnrL l..X.Cknlock.lloss lloover znld Ilaskell deserve special nientnnn lin lnnphciency. Among the outstanding social events ol' the year are the "Dixie Ball" and our winter formal put on by the "Dixie Boys." At present the "Dixie Ball" features decorations only but traditionally it has the atmosphere ol' a real Southern plantation formal, with customs and costumes to match. Some of the boys who have gotten degrees upon leaving are lack Brockhouse. Verne Smith, Rollin Schneider and Pat Hennesy. Most of those leaving have been connnis- sioned officers in the Naval Reserve. Y Page 86 Blum Robert Brockhouse ack Broseghini Bruno Dargan Marion Daxis ohn Gifford R. N. Hall Robert Haskell John Hennesy E. P Irion 'rckie lb ri bv 'L Jr L s l 2 'vs Q . ,h H Q X . ' ,J ' K 7 7 L , E iv Hayes, H. Michael F R l B C , " i 'QA x s I L ', at - H3 4 qv' ,- Q Ji i and Hayes vmie for the it Navy Oifl' 'IC DRYDOCKJ lohn Moore, , Pete Savo Q65 and .lay LUIS. n. a h05f of Uni. Hoover 1 our winief ,rations OHIY ,sith cuswffls Langford, Arthur Loughborough, Rob Mclntosh, john XV Moore, john E. Riise, Tom Ross, E, B. Shulte, John T. Smith, O. L. Smith, O. lVade Snyder, Murry Struempler. Norman Tillman, Bill lklebster, Earnest ert L. Q. ,-,X , -... ix Q A. ' .. ',.,A 'M N. , "A, ' ici' V - ' wa 143251 : me L s l 1 f A 2 5- , 5 I 6 ' f ' 2 ' F 5 ,.,n V z 3 ,.,., .1 - 1 4 , I I P WI' , 5 i Q 4 1 i i Iullalii Verge ,Cn fomfflls' ,Nor P1c:Ti'Run5 Anderson, Andy: Boteler. Yirqil: Bower. Ralph R.: Cochran, Cleveland: Crane. J. H.: Daulton. Paul: Eichhorst, XX Falkner, Rus' Hunter. E. iliielich. Quentin R.: Lewis, Hill: Lloyd, black: NIcOwen. jay: Miles, Ben: Noble. Hel Jer Schneider, Rollin: Starkweather, R. L.: Titus. Dick: Warren, W. T.: Wellington, Bob -... ...........-..-.-...-.-...v -..-..-q-...f.- 4- -V... .Y -.- .- ..q............g.,...-4.-.4-14-L., Y- -.'5iLa s" -75 1 4' .1- VS 1 X: X , 1 '1 ff 1 11111111 A111111 Despite the loss of IlllIllCl'UllS lllL'IlllJL'I'N. KZIIJIJQI Sig111.1's 11111 lk 1s 111 ll k11l by a large increase in inemlmcrslrip. SC'llfll1ll'NlIlIJ 11.1s t'llIIlll.lNl!t'fl Xxllll Iilll Root and Curt Espy winning 1111'g1r1ls lor 1l11- l11's1 g1411l1-s i11 1111-11 11's111'1 IIXL' pledge classes. Social activities were 11111 llCQlt'C'lL'Kl. llllllllg S1'1111's11-1 I 1l11- 1l11p11-1 took advantage ofthe warin 11'ez11I1cr 111111 llL'lCl s1-1 1-1 g1l 1-x1 1-II1-111 Illl 1111 s 111 1111 Sandias. For their formal the Kappa Sigk 111111I11111'1l 11 llll llll' lX.lllIl.l 1XlpI1.1s to give a splendid "Silhouette" Ball. Winter brought the annual XX'llllL'I' l111'11141I 11s Al l1igl1l1gI11. X1 lllIN1l.lll1t the "Dream Dance" was rex'i1'c1l and pr1111-1l 111 I11- 11-11 IH3lllll.ll. l 111 ,XII nual Casa Lopez was the lJrilliz1n1 lDL'Q,'lllIlll1g 11I llll' 1 bl ing Nlll I 1 1 l l Page 88 lx l1 if Y 45 .-X en x.Xic' r Xllison 1'r'1nk Barnett, Herman L Barricklow. Bill ll,l'to Cashion. Bill Coleman, john D. Comfort, Xklilliam J Connell, Lee G. Ellermeyer. Herher I Garrison. Clillorcl I' Hines, Charles King, john M. Kinney, Harry NICClung, Don H. Oetgen, Harold Rollins. Tom Thorpe, Barney Wilson, Larry O. Wood, Don lx! 4X v fgw Pff: X A Q off!! Xyffwg Va! 91 ff f, f M! 1 AX' A l XQZSWQY ,345 ,AMM1-fy f yysfywxgy, f Qs' 535310 Rv V " . ,, ,Q ,,,.. ' 3 M 54" ,,,',f, Q- iw: f wg Y' X V ' 5 ' X ' f, 7, .' : V , so f ' ' I 2564?-?'Z3.yX ' ' "Yoga, If Afford jack O: Behrens, john F., Berry, O. B., Burnett, W. O., Callancl, lvilliam B., Charette, Art, Clement, Dan, Coo PCT Rofjcrl. CONN Dm, B.: Cowan, Wayne, Dixon, George, H., Deklotz, Jim C., Dupree, Chet R., Espy, Curt L., Hearne, HCM. ICC If B. Iumndmi pcm Ill McNally, Raymond C., Meadow, A. Z., Mertz, George H., Merrilat, Jack H., Mon- mglgc ipxbbgrt .'ROd,-igukl, Robert H., Root, William F., Rosebrough, Haskell P., Schrandt, Robert, G., Sherman, tlourlyney' Short qjcrry' Silk, Pete K., Sproul, Elmer C., Stowes, Harry E., Sweet, Don M., Taylor, Bob, Xveber, Nvardg Werner, Bob, Xvlielchel, Tom W., Woodard, David: Y0ur1g, Bob: Young, Claude E.: Luber, S. L. Ci i4QgLQ 85 l JL f.---..a..1-4.-1 ..o..a.L.... - 1.Q....4Q.,.:.,4f.li.Lu-auf: ... a- 13--'551ipdlEZ3B9wS"' .1?5NElyhfa'.i' 1- Pl Ihllllll llLl'llil -L X After some political "man-handling" at election time, the Pikes lost some of their student-government oflices, but none ol' their spirit. They sponsored several parties and dances in the year, to show that there were no hard feelings. Each of these was acclaimed a hig success. even the steakless excursion to the cabin in the Sandias. Best of all was the Dream Girl Formal on the 27th of January. Mid the garnet and gold streamers in the sub, Virginia Ellinwood was announced the "chosen one". In true Pike tradition, top places on the campus were again filled with Pikes. Urich, Statler, Voller, Hildegrand, Cheek, and Gleave carried the pigskin, while Redman, the Jack of-all-accomplishments lead the cheers to "victory',. The Navy Happy-Hour, better than ever was formulated. the songs composed, and the leading parts taken hy Rodgers. Redman, and Catterlin. Lloyd seems to have a hand for a nosel in CX'C1'y'llllllg-NllRAGE money, Rodey, music department, and engineering. Of four initiated into the scholastic honorary Phi Kappa Phi, Hogg. Lupton, and Zwieky were Pikes. Among the men in Sigma Tau, are Murray, lVhitmer. and Lupton. In every campus organization, the Pikes hold their place of prominence. For Ali Urich and his 41 men, it was indeed a good year. After the open-house some of the rivals held at the Estufa, who could disagree? I I 0 l" I ii" 2 . y . f.' H' lla ttf' it V. it H... l I- I. vig wr .- v . I rr R gif H rs hu x'-I X. Y ix lk 1, 1 7' l L. - S 2 ii Ainfid oe Blair, Bob Brown Eddie Bruck Kenneth Cheek. Bill Culbertson. ' Edwards Charle Fuqua Orville Gleave Dahl Harffett Robert Hart Tom Herrigstad. jerry Hogg. Robert Husted, Eugene Hurst. Owen Lloyd. Dick Lupton. jim Lynch, lVillia1n NIcCullar, Clarence Murray. Reed Poole. Randy Power. Francis Redman, jack Rhein, Bob Ritter. Lee Rodgers, Larry Romme. Howard Scarpella, Frank Schultz, Henry Statler. Robert Tillery, john Tirnpe, Eugene l'rich, Don Yoller, jack XVcstlakc, Kenneth VvillllllCl', Rornaync Wilson, Asa Zwicky, Ted f -W-Q2-g-rf.-1 ,.a---7g-gw.f--f---v-.-:.f-,- 1- 1.5 ,mf 7.14.-...ft-.-f--, ..,,,,.,-ww: ---A-.-,,.,--, , bxvfxf it w :,ri Q..- EY ' 7 .f 1 . - . V5 5 Q?,.G2Xs3 N315 ' We " . 4 .gan M fx . ,. .4-5.15: 5Qi zwvgi i ..,, '. 'K t J g N. X 5 Y: ,, r Vis . 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Page Q1 IGMA lllll Looking back at the dateless semesters. and wishing they tould have lived up to the "Society Boys" reputation given them hs' tht- clirt toluinns. 14 members were initiated in july, 1944 to carry on in tht- footsteps of the many who grabbed the gold in March. The Spring lforinal and lX'ootlt'liop- pers Ball graced the calendar in june, lollowcd hy tht- lianious Hllolion dance of August 26. Probation came in Septcinhcr hctaust- the Heights Community Center seemed to have washed away. In hunihle pt-nance. the Sigs laboured until January, 1945, to throw off the chains. allowing their crosses to be stolen, smelling hydrogen sulfide. and not ext-ii thinking ol' revenge. During their period of restriction the Sigs were allowed only one get-together of more than 5 members, the Black and XX'hitt- lfornral held December 30. To cash in on all good impressions, the dance was dry. and it turned out to be the leading dance of the year. As soon as prolizllitnl was lifted in January, a lemonade party was held for the Kappa Sigs in payment of a basketball debt. In November of '44, 9 men were initiated and in lfeliruary' '45, 27 more, making a total of 54 active members. The traditional pledge attire tournament was won by the actives in November ol last year. hut was lost in February. The pledges held their traditional walkouts each semester and set a new precedent by walking out with the sorority plcclges. "Brother" Pikes are still blaming the innocent Sigs lor the i5o steaks they lost in the shuffle early one Sunday morning. Such harnronx' is heau- tiful. What wouldn't happen in civilian days. K i B'11'11sL1111. IXXilI1 5L'lYtI' ."A '. he LS. liolm wus. I-I'11' A YIIIX, R111Ii IE 1'1'is. R111 1 'xux 2 .'lxIX. Cum 'ff DI' 'L1'so11. Bill vwux ' ' is i11g "L1'. " "1 ' 7 151 51111. "L 'gf 51111. 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X N Q X X5 X QXXX +R XX Q XX , X Q XXX, , 1gX X XX xx XX XX , X X X , X XX X 'S XX X 1 XXX X XX gk X A X X ,.. , RX A XX ' l-X' Tr. . .,X1'ijC. XI WXSQQH QNOT PICTUREDQ -X.. wt..-I-X . .xg .,:. XX: ""' X X3 1 ' XPQXX XX XX XXX? W1 11 X N XX X X X XXX f XX X sb XXXXA XTXXXX Q1 V XXX x Y X X XXQ X X X X XXX S XX .YN XSX 'WX . 'X 5 H 'Q-..Q'-FRN X A ' XWXX N X XX X Q X W le XX X I 5 1 . . . . ...I - rf -f-- I lm- Faris Francisg Freed, Normang Grimth, C. O.g Hoyt XIINIII 111 I I f,IIlIIll', R11l1:11'1IZ IN-"l.jU1N1. lllbnflchlf .IO I ' I' . A - , - , , . Q I'111N' IU111-X R111l111-xg NI:1sl:111IX:1, Wally! NCII, Danny! Parker, xvddef Plelcef Doolle' Rflfdlff, C" Shoemakel' Jaspel Page 93 . ....gX....1...,X1 wee...s1s1s:a.1'se11i1arev1ay.XmuiX:gfx.m:..f1XX?:3X1:.1g...-. X XX XXX Q X X X X Qs Tfxi X X ,xx XXX s , X Qgx., X. P1 'l'll1lY llllllllli I S te ber 1 1 soon 'titer thc- i111111v:1li1111 11l tl11- X' I2 l'l"lL'4""- llllllftlt lllf'll e m . - 1 ' . . . . h h Clgbeeli Sent to t?1L?UnivCI.Sily from 1111-1-11ll1-gt-s wl111l1 llll'1 l1q11l 41111-111l111l g1s1111l1g11, 3 - 1 . . A , siugents and as members of1'e1-110-11111-1l 11z1ti111111l 111' l111:1l l141t1-1111111-1 11-1-11- st1111 L, 11.-1111 tl11- L ' h " . - - . - - 1' ' 1 - - l1'11l lf'll l11-l11111l1l ll -- - . - H 1 1 - I tl11-I1.1t11111t1 l1I1 tl111 . 111 a that the could re un s11111ctl1111v 11 , U I ' l , ide 1 Y . gc . ' 'I'l11s ll11-v 1l11l: llt1-1' :11l11I1l1-1l :1 11111st1l11l11111 banded together in a c0mn1o11 o1g.1n1z.1t11111. . , , 1 naming their organization "The Slrwy Crt-1-ks": lllC'X' 111ll1-111-1l fllll'S :1111l l,lflflf'XI Q1Sg1'5S. D be c 'Y ' 1 A , I . ,, . ---- -- - - at 1l.1t -. tl- ments, tl1ey 'rushed tl1e 11tl1e1 stiay g11.1 ks 1111 tl11 1.1111I"'l I I' ""' "F W H . - - , ' ' 1 l:ltl1-5 -ti -, -- accepted 1nto the membership 11l tl11 I11t11l1.1t11111l1 f..Ullll1 tl. 1111 1 1 1 lllltf lllf lllll l' ' -ll11-v 1101111111111-1l :1t11l 11111' llfillllllillffl. Il11-1 accepted participation in campus 170 1111-s g U elected and were elected t11 positions within 1l11- Slllflfllll l1111I1': 111 lll1'll' llll-lllllrll XN'liTf' those who were active 111 sports, and thc-sc 1111-11 l1111111l tl11-11' 11-111 1111111 lllt' 1411-11111s 1511x111- teams, while others bent their efforts l0lV2lI'Cl vlOlll'll2lllSlll. lllllNlC, :1111l 1l11- l1k1-. Soon, more stray greeks were l11u111l 1111 lllt' 1:11111111s. Nflllll' fyll 11'l111111 11-1-11 X'-12 students who had been transferred from other s1'l11111ls, :1111l tl11- 11-111:11111l1-1 11l 11'l111111 1-.11-1-1- civilian students. M7ith the influx ol new IllL'llllJl'l'N, 1l11- 811-111 fL11-1-ksMl11-1q11111- 1-11-11 111111-1- active on the campus, until at the present 1in11- 111- 11111 lJfl2lNl 11l ll llllf' sl11111-11115 111 all phases of life here at the University. July 1944 53W TUOTC Strayg1'eeks1'11111e 1111111 tl11-1:1111pt1s:1111l llllfl fllll' "1 llllfn. 11'l1i1l1 by this time had grown to co11siderz1l1le size. It was this 11-1111-111-1' tl1:1t 111- glI'JlX IL11-1-k1 really proved ourselves, when we initiated the Hhlflllflllf' Night S1111q1l1" 11-itl1 lllf' 1111111111 sororities and started tl1e short but furious onslauglit 11l st-11-11:11l1-s 1l1:1t l11ll1111-1-1l lllt' 11111-s we gave very early in tl1e semester. The semester beginning in NOX'CIIllJCl' 1111.1 I11-1111gI11 still 1111111- 111-11 11111-s 111111 1l11- ranks of tl1e Stray Greeks, to make up lor those 1111-11 11'l111 l1:11l I1-lt 11l11111l: lllll 1l1:1t's 11111 all that happened to the Stray Greeks at that 111111-. 1111- 11 11-as lllt'll lllfll x11-.11 111-11-1-k women were accepted into our O1'g2lIll72lllOll for tl11- lim lllllf'--'fllrlfl 111- llllX'l' 111,-1-er regretted the move, for they have a1l1le1l 111u1'l1 111 lllk' Sll'JlY C211-1-ks, lt 11-.11 this s1-1111-stt-1' that brought much talent Zlllfl 11ew ideas out 11l tl11- 1':111ks 11l tl11- Sll'IlX 641-1-1'k1, 111 the form of novel "walk-outs" with the sorority plc-clges. fldfll' 111- 11x1lk1-1l fllll 11-1tl1 111-11 11l tht- four groupsj "Tea parties", banquets. and last lllll 11111 l1-:1s1. l11111l 511111 llINlX' s1111g-lc-111 at Okie Joe's after tl1e Monday night meetings. Yes, and we had many a good time at our lllC'C'llllgS. 111111 tl11-1 11-1-1-1- 111l1l 1111-1-t111g1- boisterous, out-of-order, with broad and lYIlllClC'l'lllg' 1lis1-u1s111111. but 111-11-1-1111-I1-ss 111- ilfffllll' plished our business at l1a11d. and out of lllL'HL' lllL'C'llllgN 1:11111- Nlltll 111-ll-k111111'111 Q11 l'111l1 Blaise, President ofthe Student Body and Hrst Sll'lllgt'l' 111 l1:1s1.-l1:1ll :1111l 11-111 la. lllllll Xuttc-r. President of the ASCE and Ski Club, Bill 1.1-isk, gC'lll'l'1ll 1'11ust:1l11111t 111 1l11- Nan' l'11it and Varsity football player, Bob Ferris, who is 1111 lt-ss ll1:111 :1 1t111l1l1-1' 11l L51-I11-l':1l fllsilllllll, Mike Mahoney, the workhorse of tl1e EllglllCCl'll'lg llt'lJIll'llllL"lll. P1-tv H1-111-1l11t. pl1f11f111- rapher for the LoBo and NIIRAGE, Ed Spangler. star 11l last 5l'1lNUll'N t1:11k t1-11111. 'l'11ii1 Lawrie, of basketball fame, Carl lmboden. hrstbstritig l1:11'kh1-l1ls111:111. 11111 li1'g11l1'. X'JlI'SlIY football playeruand the number one practicztl joker 1111 tl11- Cillllpllx. I A E To the thirteen men who founded the Strav C11-1-ks. 11111111-l1. X111111 llllIlIt'l'. l11l111 4 NUUCT, Mike Mahoney, Ed Spangler, Dick lohnson. Iiugent- l,llllClQ. ll11l1 lluclson .lack Wallf Mluef Hudson, Russel Ludwig. Bob hliller. Dart- B111-ll. :1111l Clgtrl l111l1111l1-11. sau' that your efforts were not in vaii, f - 1 obscurity to being one of the for I 01 Llc Stray Crt-1-ks l1z11'1- 1111111- lr11111 111111p:11'at1ive emost social o1'ga11iz:1ti11ns 1111 the 1-:1111p11s, 1, '1 V. , 1 11' I g.. 1'-' l' 1, l,. 1.-1' Har' I llif' llw' 11'- I. 1. lr 11 ti 1.1.1 , '11 f. Xa "r ill fi' r Q-.E xg, . A 1 1 il , flfff-1 Q 1.,-1 .3 1 1.1 A 5 .. . V1-, A, 1 l, lfig QW : i'11,v Y I 'L 1 1,11 1 W.- Page Babcock glanies. Sigma Nu Benedict Peter, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Blaise. Robert. Phi Delta Theta Brady. im Sigma Alpha Epsilon Cardinal. Bob. Sigma Phi Epsilon Chown, XV. H.. Phi Gamma Delta Cook, lVilliam, Alpha Tau Omega Harrup. Caroline. Kappa Alpha Theta "'- Y'"-'f'91'f--1-gasg--1hlvngw1,h4-1't--r+nh'1'7"""'l"1--v---- Jinfzr 1-:1.i:-a-:Q-n':'1rS'G-ifrl-,.-J-Tru-'Lu-... -U-4' IT ,f - JW! w P V ' L 5 4 1 . J . D . . Harrup. Louise, Kappa Alpha Theta Hunter. Norman. Phi Delta Theta Lemmon. George. Lambda Delta Sigma Johnston. Margaret. Pi Beta Phi lmboclen. Carl. Pi Delta Sigma Lawrie. Tom. Phi Gamma Delta Leisk, Bill. Sigma Xu Mahoney. Mike, Theta Chi McCoy, jim. Sigma Alpha Epsilon Nutter. john. Sigma Nu O'Brien, Bob, Sigma Phi Epsilon Sanforrl, Patricia, Zeta Tau .Alpha Stewart, Don, Sigma Alpha Epsilon X 'X X5 je'i1 lv YUSI- lime. Alpha Xi Della ,. a tppt , Q . 3 QNOT PICTUREDQ '.,. .. I 2 . . ' , B 1 , Ph' Delta Theta: Gibbs, Bob Sigma Nu, Hudsen, Bob, Delta Tau Delta, Huish, Carl, il:,tlll,li,', lnijllii Rollzllcl, Sligma Nu: Kurlander, llfilliam, Phi Delta Theta, Mead, john, Lambcla Chi Alphag 1 It - I . . . . ' . . , ,, 'f -I 23 N , B I , S1 ma Phi E silong Small, Bill, Psi Upsilon, Spanglei, Ed, Phi Gamma Del- x"lLiE'llIf":2HIllV 'v8l,1",I.iH:uAiIEEg Ejolliisy lille, ggma Alphli Epsilon, Davis, lfllarren, Phi Delta Theta, Evans, Bob, Sigma ,lfphu Il7fNl,im1'lblflfllimg HCffiC1i Kappa Alpha Theta: McKee, Jim, Sigma Nu, O'Brien, Frank, Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Shanahaln, Alacll, Sigma Alpha EpSil0l11 Wil50llf JCYTY3 Phi Gamma Delta Page 95 -, .hw , - ,aa1a:.iw11L+s..g.m::g.s.s.ng..Q,:e,t:4b spainsis-V:-dw.8nfma-kflssm'-si.wf:,..1te1:f: -.L..:,-me. . .- A . 1 H0 UHAIHE DRAMA CL ll . s , - ,.-- -.-,-vs. -.Q-Q-2 Z. ,.::-rr-ef,-.vvf-':1-..,..-:,v:e:'F'a-1.9..-1..y4..c.f1-...Y-t.:,..,. .1,.,v:t, ,JZ :,:w-.'4L,.,wn,g.i,: -:-Ivrmaumlv MMVI- i T,-:NAV-fig.. Q-my YD - Am X-H E A "K5"1S?i5'," X- g 5 Scenes from ll Rocley Open-House tli.4s,,.,,,,k J tail 4- 'Nlgax 2 .yxhgi tj ll vi' R Not very active the last few semesters is the organization of Rodeyites, the Drama Club. As shown in the pictures, the members of Drama Club sponsor an open-house at regular intervals. These functions are made gay by the exhibitions of talent by the various members and the informal get-together with the audience after the program, Memorable, also, was a hayricle thrown during the first semester. This came as a Climax to a number ol: performances for the men in the various wards and parts of the army base. Page 97 , M.-me f5-le.-1-s-1lw.f-v-v,.au4..:-.li.a.x.b.n.-.LQsG:f-as.b .-:La-sf g,51lHd.i5.i3fgL Active members' Doris Jones' IHneAn11erson: Cl1ill'll'llI1lllli Cinnlissz 1111-111111 ill.Ilfill'l1 1.1111111111 12111 1 1 1 hurstg Phyllis Harris Merine: M111-51 XVall: Shirley Alarrt-11: XYllliil't'1i l111s1-11 l'.1llll4l.1 Sq111L111111: R11s1-111g111 1 Fischerg Lila Frankling Carolyn Meierg Peggy NlCC2l1l11llI N1:11'g:111'1 X111111111. I-11f.1111'111 ms . 1 1 A A Q .. f 11 f l 11 1 1 3 E 1 ' 1 3 1 1 1 X ' ' , L S. . 1. 1. . I . Two initiations were held during 11111 past 11-511. inlllllflil S.1111111'11. il-llcfplllc 1 ft OFFICERS: 11 11 1 i President- 1 Pat Sanford 1 Vi ce-Presi den t- . Theone Thatcher Secre tary- Shirley Jarrett Treasurer- Doris Jones Page 918 Thatcher, Shirley Jarrett and lilizabc-111 Sisk w1-r1- 1111-11g1'11 X11g1111 111 .11111 1111111111-11 October 24. Two patronesses were i11i1ia11'11 Ill lilill 1111111 X111 vliilI1N 111111 X111 vlflllld' son. The patronesses entertained the a11i1'1- Killll11i'lA NillX 1. 11111. 411 lllt' llfillllr' 111 Mrs. Van Duesen. The activex pl'CSClllCtl ll IDITJQIIIIII. Ushering has been one 111 the llllllll' :111iri1i1-N 111 llll' 1il.lllll'l'. Ni1'111l11'1iS have ushered at the Community Concerts, 1111111-1'si1y CI111111'r1s, gll11l1'1ll R1-111.11s :1111l 1111' Victory Musical, and an organ recital QlYL'll 111' CL111111s1-11 8111111111 411111 s1111111111'1-11 lJX' the alumnae chapter February 26. Phill' 11111111111 S .X 1 X'l'NlN'1' 5t'1'X1t1' 11.11 111-111 111-11111- ber 17 at the Student Union Building. 'l1llL'l'L' was Ll 111ix1-11 111111111111 1-ig111x-1111- 111111-s directed by Mrs. Redman. Three llllllllJCl'S llllll s11111 l,1llAlN 111-111 sung 111 S X 1 1111-111- bers. There was an audience 111' about 111111 pt-111111-. .Xllt'1' 1111- N1'l'Xll1' 11111 l1lll1ll11RC chapter gave a buffet supper forthe actircs at the Il1llliVC'iNl'l- S1 1111111. Several actives assisted at a Federation 111 N111si1 CI11111s '1'11.1 111 111111111-r. rl-ill' chapter extended courtesies to two l1Ol1Ol'I1l'X' Il1CI1llH'l'N this 11-ar. Nl11l1Ll i,.llllL'L'. 1111-1111- soprano, was here in April and Mildred Dilling. liarpist. 411411 x'isi11-11 11111 K-lllllI7llN, T111- Victory Musical with the alumnae chaptcr was 1111111 t'Lll'lX' in Max. :11111 Kurt l7l'4'tlCl'lClL was the guest artist. --- -.va-:-w--:i-ezfe-:+R-:-v-'zz' .-'-3:4333-rg' i:--1-f-.,L.f,.-y-w-Q-..-,-.f.- F. .K .,,,.,,,.,,,.,.,,. , Q ,. . , , - - - A e e - - - - -- - - - -A - 1 - - A ""' "'r---1-2-:'-2-'M .Ziff-'J-fr' 1 I L f S A .i.iffl'Z'I' .l1l'lIllIL'7',Y.' Phyllis Woodheadg Rosemary Evansg Fern Roberts, Bea Sarrelsg Frances Requadt' f.loii:i -janohsz Betty Wing: Nlrs. Nell Mzitthewsg Mrs. Lorraine Delanyg Pefrgy Hightg Lois Carroll' Marva Nlttieez llelen Ciutierrelz llonglzis Dcnistong Harriet Cranfordg Gerrie Hfrteg Betty Caldwell' Saira Jean .flinleisong Nlurjorie Gillilrindg Geraldine Diel. , ' ,ii I l 'il J I e., ,i!i. .Xlphzi .Xlphgi clnipier ol Delta Phi Delta, national honorary art fraternity, was estab- lished on this fznnpns on May 27, 1936. The aim of the fraternity is to promote interest in :nrt inznn-rs, :incl to nnite those having a special interest in art. Membership is open to llIJIJlfl'Ki1lSS2II'l nisijors with high scholastic ability. This yr-gn' llehzi Phi Ilehzi czirried out several projects. One of these was the student :nm exhihin which conlziini-cl work clone hy all art students. Also they took as their project the flcrfoixiiiiig ui' :i local dziy nursery. The nursery was unable to do this themselves, so the iin'nihc-is ol ihc- chili painted large murals on the walls. Ullnfvis iw-iw Mrs. I.oi-rziine llelziny, Presidentg Douglas Deniston, Vice-Presidentg Phyllis Woofllnwnl, S1-1 rc-lziryg l'eg'gy Hight, Treasurerg and Mrs. Nell Matthews, Historian. . T... . 1 a-,-u45aa.i.aw.3.:...:.ily.L-.iii-mist.: Q.PL,1:--i'fsS-isiaaisiiiraviriuwisiliwi-Amin:..ig,xd:io..c... ' 0ll'l'tlll llllllllll i Left to right. Hrs! roam' xlIll'QIll'l'l llm-rlilii. l VW' l' ' ' Sd C Nllixfilfi l' N iniitt. Secorid Roan' D nmlry l znnl. : .1' V V Olson, Marjorie Walter. . Mortar Board is a national lionnrni lm Ni prominence on campus in stlinlarsliili. If .nlf islufrl Maia chapter on the llniwrsiix ul Nw Xl: national Mortar Board in 195313. lln- .inns -ll Nl 1 l ' traditions of the LllliYL'l'Slll'. l-Hull it-gn .ri :ln ll 1 ll l bers are tapped and a roll call nl fllllNlLllllilll'Q li' ' I This year hiOl'l1ll' lloard has ln-cn xr i i .1iE1'. activities include the Marriage l.t'ml1l1r's1 :ln lif lr Nl i the beginning of each SC'lllC'NlL'l' lor all In slim' il il 1 N l Faculty Forums which are held onli ul 1 k 1-.1 li 1 -1' Ii -I I. Page 100 various campus issues as well as n:ninn.rl .intl in in 1 pus Sings which are given as part ul inlrnnrll it ll tar Board also takes charge ol :ii'r:rl1gc'nun1s l-ri ll bration. At the close of thc vczir 31 "Sinai it lin: s students and on COITll'IlCllCC'lllt'lll liar mln. nm-.l breakfast fOl' the fIl'ZlCillIllil'lQ' senior nwnnr-n, Mortar Board again spmrsorml gr Stunt Kill Each organization on campus was vligililr- 1.1 Vi., . these skits were chosen ln' audition lm ln' into nm l 1 1 Gold and Silver Ball was also sponsfni-tl ln NIH, dance was to raise funds lor ll sclnrlgirsliili lm ln - ltr ll ...-.0 .....,... ,....- -af, we-I 5.-..:-zur: ' gf 3. f:..a-L -..-,Z ..,,,g..., :4.,,4:.41-gf frgfzrgfsvfzifii.g,:.a.3i.g:,5,:5g!,,g4,-,,Q1,,4g5'j,.,fQL,.i,gm1,L1,g5,,-5, : 35,7 .-..1,,,,,,,.,,:4,Mh:cx,AN,, L I KHATALI ---f .1 -M. A----f .M .. ,TM Llp "Q- ,J-M vin, fx ll' I fFr0nt rowsj Everett Zwicky, Reed Murray, Dick Lloyd fI3ack rozurj Bob Blaise, Marion Dargan, Herb Ellermeyer, john King fAbscnf:j jim Ludlow, Ed McClaskey, jack Redman Khatali, the senior 1nen's honorary for those men prominent in scholarship, music, publications, sports and campus life, began to regain some of its former position, alter nearly a year of inactivity. Sparked by the ten men tapped in the first semester ol' 1944-45, it took on the responsibility of restoring Vigilantes, initiating the movement for painting the "U," and sponsoring the Junior-Senior Prom in the spring. It was hoped that with the increase of traditional activities, and the beginning ol' new traditions, interest and spirit in the school might be fostered. ,. ,. .,.,...,,.,..,,,.,.-...,-..1.....:.,,s.-t.y-zest: .-:af:YIt6531131-ii135'?iiPvL5-"'1J35iE-him'-is-:..t. 'JZ '.....'-,-jay.. ,,s..,.,.. . ,., Page lOl Page 102 S ll ll Ml During the past year, Spurs, national sophomore KX'OlllL'll'5 honorary st-rxitc organi- zation, continued performing its traditional duties lor tln- l'nix't-rsitr. In addition to orienting new women students at registration, ushering at assc-mlilics and football games. and assisting at Homecoming, several new functions were acldt-cl. liatli 'Ilrursday Spurs sell Vllar Stamps in the SUB and the .-Xdministration Building. During the hrst semester the girls also helped the publicity manager in making posters for school lunttions. ,Xt Christmas, Spurs assisted civic organizations in the national Russian Xrar Relief Drive. All in all, the group has Continued in its aim ol' being clepcnclalulc and to-operative at all times. Semester I Spur Members Marilyn Terry Maurine Trumble Marjorie Tireman Ruth Greene Consuelo Garcia Leonor Andrade Theone Thatcher Vivian Lewis Jeanne Harris Jean Hale Evelyn Ellis Marjorie Xvalters Mary Catherine Darden Semester II Nlargaret Smith Nlarilyn Terry' Nlaurine 'I'rumlile Ruth Liggctt Ieanne Harris Nlary Chalk Vivian Lewis Carol .-Xnconzt .Ioann Breccli Betty Dargan 'Xnnclies Feil Marjorie 'l'irCman Leonor xxlltllilllk' Franres NICNCW Evelyn Ellis l ll l il rm , ffm!fofrjm,fnnwlnnwlbobllmgcuzlkhhelhowngEkhedILdngDanklIEQHaN flhulcrunxw lnrryllodgcrsgliulph Ihuvcn Franck Farrwg Bob Frenchg Bob Ferguson. 'l'wif't- in ll yt-ar. the ranks ol' Vigilantes have dwindled because of mcrn lt-gluing school. .Xltcr a fine start early in Semester II, in which a plc nit' :mtl lmrrqtrt-I we-rc planned, the members drifted away. In clroosing thc mcn lor Vigilantes, the scholarship and leadership of lrcslnnc-n mt-n is mrclnlly scrutinized Their peacetime job consisted of llclping Klmlznli orit-nl the lrcshmen men, and keep them in attendance at thc- lmnlmll gznnes, assemblies and other activities. Even in wartime, :lim Imam- sign tc-rl thc- lat-ginrririgs ol' class spirit among the freshmen men. - L 4-+44-haf-1fCf'p-Sf:- T' '- -f fs:4gLqg9ssQ:gz 43i5igSib5u5fiviss:mnkiis:LL'3.-fsii-f,. f 'yi .'-,-' -:ff-..g ..,,7 ,g,.s,.ar--, ,.. 1- . . . , . Page 103 7 l I l l i l ll l E Q S as N ,S S N is E is is X in 5 s s Q X ls N is ls. Xl s . 1 l , ref' N X is X . ,.,r.. Page 104 AIEE PX... sis 1 x :rs s Freed: Miller: NVeiss: Moulton. The U. N. M. Student Branch ol' llue .'XlllL'l'lC'2llI lllNllllIlQ' ul lilcw nu rl Engineers is but one ol? many like il. all over lllb Hllllllll. Ill-sigrml lu prepare men for work in the elecLric'al CllQllll'L'l'lllQ' prolr-ssion zrnfl lulp bridge the gap between the tslreorelicfal zrncl przmiml 4-urgiurr-er ing. rlu- wfi has many advantages for the young engineer. The regular meetings feature movies on u-vlrrmirxrl suxlrjr-ms. mlks ln fFirrst row, 1. to r.:Q I-lusteclg Hennesyg Zwicky: Ogilxicz Rolrurlsmm. ISECOTICITOZU.'jI1HlDOClCHQ Prof. Tapyg Lloyd: johnson: I-'urmgunz lluislu. 1-:ma-S K . , . ......... .-.,...-..-. N-4...-.Q-.4..Q,.-7.4-.ga:..-.:.v.w -1..gg.-f5nu?:.:g.g!,v:g.74-.,-,g..:. L-,,.,,.,,,,,,L,.,,.,,. in, v ..,:-,U-H itll li.. . s, s s , - , , . A ,ii-W 7 N . swf ffglffql liner: Nt-lawn: I.ynch: Vuthg Pooleg Goudyg Whitmerg Wertzg ll lmw Ilwill anvil: Lum-1: Siuglt-xg Rink: Young: Turnerg X'Vl1itney. N x XX.14m-1' llwlzlnlrvvj lflulmzmg CLg11'1'i:1, l f NIA M: flvllllbllf Xlulflt-11 Sxxnumsfmi fllllltllllllll Pace: Beaver. mt Il in 4-flgixnwxilmg. ami papers given by members of the society. Also, mt ll in :Irv f,1ggu1ifg11im1 gm' rcspcmsible for the public-address system so mm In mul H11 llmc- cglllllms. I'1f,It-Wm Rgtlpln XY. 'lklpy is sponsor of the society and it is largely llll lm Mlm lx mlm Nllt'l4t'S5l'lll and prohtable meetings are arranged. flhilllllllll llrml Int-siclcs owl' ll meeting MMQQQ H mm- 'swans -' - "washer-'w-m--'em' -' Page my, i l E ! A ll ll l w S Q 5' ' at Q Fx s ,X K ls X 4 X I X X X R . Q X X X xx X Q E X X Y X -.. i , . ..ff..-1 gm. - 0... p- H haw- 1- - ' -"' 1 ...x , :J v egmx. .align-.. e - Nu ., .-.sm .. . --.-... .... .......t.s-U.-....,-N. .., .. -. - V. , , . ,A 1' -:-P .a if '-gf: i:.r:.:,-if.2-.:.3Q-91435 Lane .r f 1 - , : : - , V '1 .5 1, --,'..:-.L 'agflc '- '- ff-L .-" -'f 52 Ziff.-. - 'Y-:H-'.19-.-1-V.-.--x-:-M12-J' J-ww' - ,sv -f - - , I . - s - 1 .. - a ' ' ,-' ' 1' '- - 1'-ZV1 I' f-- : -2.4 ' Y, : - '-"1--, ' ' Z-.-'14.- :""::.'J-,", ,L-.g1:eS 957- ---' -f1-- -,X .7--L-.. 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A ll ll ll . t . fLeft to right, Hfrst 1'ow.'j Edward Nimerg Bruce Reeseg Roy lllll'l'lNI tn-oxge lieinon. fSec0nd R0w:l Allyn Hazard: Fred Clzirr: liob Blaise: ,Xrtliiir lgiiigloiil: Rwil Xluiisuz Rollin Schneiderg Mlally Starr. fThird Rowxj Jack Brockhouse: Norman Hunter: Lester llqissollz 'lf'lin t1olein:ni: -lolin The American Society ol Meclianiczil lingineers was orgzrnifetl in l8SIl Today there are 118 student branches in colleges :incl universities :ill over the country, with a total student niembersliip ol' over jooo. ,Xi ilu- rim-tiiigs. to which all members and meclizuiically inclinecl engineers :ire torcliqillv invixi-cl, several outside speakers have give11 interesting talks: esperizillv llllC'l't'Nllllg ivere the talks by Mr. Norman Maguire who spoke on his experiences :it North .X1ner- ican Aviation, and by Lt. Kelly who told us about the "Duties ol :in liiigiin-ering Officer Aboard Ship." Members have the privilege of competing lor prizes :incl zivvzircls by giving talks before their student group. Judging ol' the talks is clone bv the stuclentt. In pre-war days, and we hope in the post-war period, at least one clistritl ineeting was held each year with branches from other neztrbv schools. Nleinlmers :ire en- titled to use of the society's Employment Service lor sunnner positions :intl lor permanent positions after graduation. In short. Meclizniicxil lrlnginet-ring stu- dent v, . h I I M. E. s develop professional contacts and instincts tliroufrli ineinberslii 1 in ,X. S. l l Page 106 ' 1 ., .' . . V, 3 . , . I .: : . ,Sgr gf- .,.3..L,:-:L-:..l :5'fi:'.-f . '5-.-f- 5.-ft-',-521' '-L-'zfl'-if-.LZ.'L :fi l,Li",,'s-Q:.,.:"---'Q.-if 'Q '- 34-':-Aff.,-ggi ' .g,L, V - -'ff .afwzglyff P.L4:.sg-va.i.ff2aa.-J.,s1:..Lta::.aL-1 asf.-:.a5a:v:1f:nf-si-1-2-+16iw!1164-H+,-if-1-ff:'eif-5117-If-aria:-raeif.ever?fuwe'fair-wiv-5-efrzexi-ff:---fflw-GM 'N' , "' 'f'--L - ' ' N 'r l llfllelll Sigma lau, national honorary engineering fraternity, is one of the oldest ind' largest tollege honorary societies. lt was founded February 22, 1904, at the lriniversity of Nebraska for the purpose of encouraging engineering progress. Sigma 'l'au ollers opportunities for the foundation and development of pro- fessional friendships, believing that such fraternal ties are among the most patent influences in the attainment of success. juniors and seniors enrolled in the College of Engineering who rank in the upper third of their class scholastically are eligible for membership in Sigma Tau. Nlenibership is based upon scholarship, practicality, and sociability. The Uni- versity of New Nlexico is the home of the Chi Chapter, having received her char- ter December 22, 1928. Sigma 'lau sponsored the Blarney Stone which was recently installed by the flivil lingineers and which is revered by all the engineering hopefuls at U. N. M. 'l'he latest Sigma Tau pledge class was the creation of the now famous sign which naively stands before Hadley Hall and which is the pride and joy of all who sit on the "Senior Engineers Only" bench. Members of Sigma Tau have ever been instrumental in functions of the engineering college including St. l'atricl4's Day, the Carnival, painting of the "U," and all the other numerous lrolits of the "Sons of the Shamrock." On lfelnuary io, -Iohn King, president of Chi Chapter, aided by the actives, llerb lillerineyer. Reid "Chula" Murray, Bob Blaise, Saul "Solid Gold," and Rollin Schneider' initiated the following pledge class: Bill Smalley, president, ton, William Root, Dick Orcutt, Romayne Wllitrner, Larry Hoyt, Marvin Goldberg, and Bob Hansen. Following the initiation a banquet was held at the l.a l'laeitag the entertainment was supplied in the traditional manner Bradshaw l,up by the hapless I. I.'s. lfaculty sponsor of Chi Chapter is Professor Ralph W. lapy, Dean of lileclrical lflngineering. f T1 f.?.-fs...f.s..,s5-l.s.a?,.vsg:7.-5iv-:f.r.44c:.Qi-' V-- s.s..g:.:.j :'1',1..2L.-ask.: sQ.e5..Q5i g,t,sgpg.51f4i5:e:uma , Page 107 llllll Q-ml 5 1 I l ll X l 5 l i l A, 5 Ai fLeft to right, front l'ow:l I-Iarry Platter: Bill B:ll'l'ii'kllm': Nlillllll Cmllllll-lg: llllllf-ll Millerg Vern Smith. fBack 1'0zu:j Otto Felling Norman Finn: Mike Al,llllOl1Cl'Q lllllltllllll clfhllfllllz -lflllll Nlllll'l1 Dick Olbertg Herman Barnett. fLeft to 1'ight,f1'ont row:j Norman Finng Otto Fellini: Mike Nlzlllllm-x: Rlllllllllll 4.1-llllll. john Nutterg Dicli Olbertg Oscar Smltllg Herman Barnett. fBack rowcj Marvin Goldbergg Bill Barricklowg Hlll'l'f' Plllllcl: lhlll Slilllvlj llvllwll Nobleg Robert Millerg Bill Small. lfll.ll' 'Il'lll"I 1 ll ll ,,,, I, ll'l' ll 'l l'Illl llll xllll'll1'll f,l,l ,,l fl Al lll'1ll" l' Illlllp, I lvl lil lll .lf ,lll"Elt'l,l ,,l,lf lllff lflllff .,l lla ,,,,l ,,, "lll"llll" lllfll' l'llI .fl,lf l,, l,llf l.lll'l lfl 'll 'llT'lllfl lil" l Znllfllf l, I, lllllll 'lllllflll llllflll- ll I' Ill llllllllf lll ll llflll ll, ill' lll'l'Ill.1ll'l'lnillI','l!l f'lll"l l1f,lIl.ll l1"llll:!Q71f llflfl lfvllllll Ill '.a.llllll,l '.'-llll ll f X li ll 'X Zllllf ffl-alll -l'lll- 'll lllllfllll lflllll l lll' 1"ll'li:l lllll-A ll' lllf'llll" fl ffplllllllf llfflllfllll' will: lllflgf' nl Ill' lflf..l 'filllll ul K, S, C l llfl "lil'lfllfl llji'.l' Ill!1l!l1lrlllllllll'-i4p1ll1jlI'11l I lflllll-l "'lll llllll lll ll-1' lllfll llf' .. l-l lllllllflkt x -ll llrnlll-l,.1llllf lllf llllflllfl Illfllllflllllll Klllllfllx lfl :lllrl lllllwlll .lllfl l'l"ll" ll, X lk 1-lll illllllX ill 1 lll lllf 1ll,,l Xl'lll lullll llllll .lllll ll lllf lllf 2 l 1 Ill' lllllllflllll- :lu Nlllwllzlll ll Xvflllflllflll. : --lqfll ik lllc ll" llllrlvxl lll 1 I ' llfll lfl lllNlQll lilllll nl Nlll elx 2 llll X. 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XX ' , .,,. , , .,o, , , l,,,,,,,, 7 ,, A , . ,.,, M, , wma . . - ,D .... . ,-., .. ..,- -.. ....af...1 ..,...-.,-..- ..,-...,., ,,,,:,f -,,. -q,,,s,.,.,,,.i,,,:i My, NL-nu' -ww KAPPA M Ill' lLll llfimt row, left to rz'gl1t:l Dr. Larsen, Mrs. Morrisg Dr. Rosenthal, Miss Merle Mitchell, llr.lkn1Hiaru Nlrs Nlarhillove fsn-oiifl roziwj Reed Nlurrayg Howard Romnieg Katherine Tribleg John Tilleryg Don NhClhnigglleHm EHenneyem John laannnek Biaxine XVebbg Ginny Schnntq hiardn lyikert. flhhdiowjfhmnlhwmgEmM2BmwngDkkIMWQ Hema Dddy BdJHmmmn Chnl lluidiglSolil5hnseg.XrUiur lgnigford. 'l'l1e l..7I1ixei'sityol'New Nlexico is proud of the New Mexico Alpha chapter of Kappa Xiu lipsilon, national honorary mathematics fraternity. The U. N. M. chapter has always been an active leader ol? the fraternity and the official, semi-annual publica- ' ' ' ' t Q ' ' ' ld llflll. the "l'eniagon' is published on our campus under the editorship of Dr. Haro t. Also a member of the local chapter is Ur. lfrank CZ. Cir-iiirv, business manager of the "Pentagon," During the past year the I wir en increased prest10'e when Miss E Marie Hove, na- D. I.arsen, lit-ad oi' the mathematics departmen New Nlexito .Xlplia ct iapler was n' ' D . - i . D tional sc-crm-i:ii'y ol' Kappa Mu Epsilon, joined the mathematics faculty of this university. Riiiliarrl I,lowl was elected president during term number one, together with Roy lfranic- as vin--presirlc-iii, Maxine lfVebb as secretary, Dr. Barnhart as treasurer, and Nlrs. Nloriis as laciully sponsor. l.loyd's term was climaxed by a banquet at laa Placita wlic-re lirlwarrl llrowii, Howard Burns, Editha Cochran, William COOk,.MHTt1H Eckert, Clarlos Uorfloii, William llerelord, Gordon Hurst, Clasuta Killimani, Doris -Jones, Arthur I.angl'oifl, llonalcl Nlctfllnng, Iloward ROIQHQG, Vlfglma Schmlttr John TIHGTYQ Kathef' ine 'Iiililc-, and Nlarxfin Goldberg were initiated. 1 . Robert llansen slic'c'eecled Richard Lloyd-21S PTCSldCUt dllfmg the Secfmd Sefnestfff- .Xlso 1-It-mul lor it-rin two were Virginia Schmitt as vice-president, Katherine Trible as serie-lazy, lily ,fXnr'Iiarrl Zeller as treasurer, and Miss Merle Mitchell as faculty sponsor anfl fHlll'SIHJllfllllLi secirelary. Ilansen's adm1111SUf21U0P Was hlglllllghted bY al banquet anrl initiation :il 'llie llillon Hotel. Initiated at this time we1C ROY Andelsollr .lack . 1 ' fi' Marion DarO'an, R. T. Finnell, Arthur Gillaspy, .xllfJlfl, Ralpli liowti, Iolinf.oxt,1, in N, - d R b A L . vpn. Roll:-il flilloifl, Saul Ciiolfl, Omer llall, IICTVY Henlngfta 'R S ,mg 1 lltjflnsip 1 Sli? Nifliols, lanir-s l'iifli:n'cl, XVillianl-Root, Robffff O at 011311 ti Ste 1 2 XX illiani llilllll'Sl'il, Roniayne VVll1l,IllCl, and Cartel V U . Mia.. at'.wIsy?daJ1583-T.J9:bL1E2Q--gszhiasfihiLbis-i!ligqBS5g gi519Sbglh5vimfCnr-ffxigii Page 109 i.,--1 sy 1" l Features, in the yearbook sense. deal with the lives and doings of the student body. These are all the functions and activities that require so inutth time and liayt- only personal satisfaction for reward. In this section nnxst he included the dances, the parties, the sports. the honors. tht- "doings" ofthe everyday student. It is hard indeed to properly cover such a large field in so few pages. Only once in 21 while is it possible toget to your Illllflfllllll' field: lint we hope that in aymgeneral sense. you have heen represt-ntccl. as well as th'e'thousand or more classinates who will also have fields to remember. QL N' QQ 1 Q,,g,1.g,fQ5,,g,g.:, - ' ',.,ggg,,a:gEg,g,- iftiazv --z:Ltl?v.:sli::.Vegan-5i.LSA:,E5siiLr.7LP5-a-ist:-fri:-.-wearer - u.v:4-:N..a,-.--N.x-.-.,,u..aW.- -.-x..m..-f.a-..-so . -rr-..-. X... 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I have carefully studied the Qualifications of each and have indicated -gf selections on the face of the photographs as follows: Xi ss Oonni e Freeman e Qlleell Jfiss Be tty Roberts e slttencient .Liss Jessie Ha teh e Attendent hi th best wishes and my congratulations to all of the contestants, Sincerely, , Q Oecil B. deflille fi" J 1 f 4 W' , Q ,ix EM 'N wNSf vf 1, I 1 'hu 'Ang 46' lm. A X 'Y www-f S f , . 5 A V ' ' , X' ,V ,'fi,"k4,f 0 x A 4 A V 222 ff 4 Q H - .4 g1'i9",w , :if 3 Q ,,, 'KJ' 2 g ,I 4 , . 7? " ' - ms' ie. . W 2' T3 L.: " .Z , 33 ' , ,,,f- ably? 5 2V,1i . . 6, 9 h ,,,, x 2 i"V?ff1'1":1 if Qw W ifghywmivfg Ywjw nh ., w ' 1 I Mn v 4' -- ' H ' ,J 1, l Y s , 'K fwjuw , , X. 4, X4 , hw V M WNW: W 'v Wx, L'-4.1-ex ' A WM W, ,A . 1 ,R Q 1 , ' Q 1, ii j , X 5 qw-Y.,?g'n X , dw . V. ,fi .I ,wh . S 1653 ,.ff':f,Q -W ,, N N h h Y - . 3, 1-Nw---.1-N Y' XA x W' X X uw' Q7 , .-uv, x - 1 HX MXH . m. 'WU C YM-v. Vgnmww mm Q ' Man' A1 , NOWU- ' -' hf:Vf1t ' Imff to Nfl 1lC'C'71' Rgid. ' 65 for q .. W' KHXXC CUndNiUf1mxemXz111Y- NA Cowm ' A with the sezmnx. lfigln gnls. flwmux XM Mx IUC Yzlloimls lmonscs .md UIQQIIIIXJIIUNN up The Independent Formal in Semester II was the outstanding function of the sea- son for the unadiliated students. The sub 1'CSCn1oCd on the IINh'lWL'1N1k'Nl QiullNL1l were voted upon lm' llNlL'lW1Nh'1Wl Queen Nliss XILIXUIC Ullllufk NJN IIN' UN! Wlulnd was decorated as a wlnter scene, 111 keeplng and receix Q41 In-V lwmm X Kim ml 111, Kimi L Page 118 -63 A-9-vi-6 mi-Y -WL. .-.:a,.x5 --:vm 1-1-rfz'-wc,--r:5+:r::4QAef:f-vvxv---ga-ef-uwuwgi-Q:NL-mpg'NJ.--:.v,.L...g., , . . .- ' r f H , V -,. ., : . . Q, . ,. . , . l F A7 , ,-,1..-.1,f...- -.Img --1-.- -,-:-Q-g.,.,.:..1.- W- . - U, . . . .. 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Beginning' lfritlziy night, lie- lure tlie luutlazill game, lumi- iizuus were made und lighted nn :ill tlie tuiiilms buildings. l.ilaliy Duffy, selected lm' llUIIlCK'rJlIllllg' Q u ee 11, was wmviiecl in Qui 1uip1'ess1x'et'e1'e- xmmv in the sula. Slie reigned mei' tlie rally l"l'lCl2ly Illglll Zlllfl was given ai plate ul' lmnm' at tlre lhutlmll gzune :intl llmne- ' l turning flllIlC'C. lnreluclerl un llme IJl'lJQl'2lIll lui Sziturrlziy was ll review lay llie Num' l n1l.zu1clzu1 umu- lf1llfJllS gzune willi llie lezun Imm flfllfllilflfi. 'llie clzuice, llUl.Vl'X'l'l, sixllmc-cl lillle lmm ilu- rlnsziplumilrneuls ul tlmt' Qllflllflll Quirl xnzulc' t'illllIJllS lllslulV. Scenes of the festivities v lq ,. .u Xl 5 Y S x Q x S x S awww. Q' iii . X' X 0 X, fsji '1 X fiisflfszt W il S F F E 14? ' ..a.,..4-w"""" S 'FI' is 3 s x if X E'E N 5 gy time ,. El .QM , ew f. W X ,. il . . 35 - 4 i5 'S if .4 si -X A :WWA ami 3' 1 ? -. s :1 y.fy,zww,f.SfS1' - ry :g wgizffmvfq-ic-w , A 1 ff 2' 'Q 6-uf 3 S ' ' 2 W-ws., x My ,..,, AM: 5 VW WQMSPN whiff mmf? QM-"as-'f rw-www' - ,fm 2 ts ,f , f' ' on : ,z .1 i 'f ns j so f, ff If vgymagzyqyx-lxits-lk. , . . .. N, yt,..'w , 14:4 - -ti yay- ,gf ,pw 45 2 as-Q, J Y: ,Q ' -1, N . 2 wg vwff? 'F' sff Q f Y-yxmye-f , , .. W , W, I 1: b , 0 42' '- f -fi.:111,19-V-aw:-.:-fimsas-: -gs:2:4v- , A ' tr. , Z f 6 X f ws so i X0 X! 'VFX PZ? N f y vfagweyfe WV '- W ,y W wo ff, qw QM N it Ms f f XO' A WVR f ts 1 N X od ww 5 'Q 'I 'Q V il s I -3 I if eq Z It If . Queen Phyllis Orrick 4 E 4 5 E i St. Pat's Day, 1945, saw the rebirth of many of the old traditions and customs, and the founding of some new ones. The Engineers labored long on their "Blarney Stone" in preparation for the great day and were not disappointed with the results. It was not very long, that day, until a Page 122 swezlble number ol girls were 4m'Q1i'e that ll ielehrn- n was ziloot, lor the kisses were llxing think :intl lust. About noon on the ijlli ol Xl.mh. ihe X. and 5. boys inzinziged to XX'l'l'Nl the lfngineers' l7l.1g lrom the low men lelt to guzml the enmlwlem. .intl extepl ll ln, fwfr, lvvllnml N.. 1 , -wx AX .Ig . 'CTG . x.-4 2 've jsiij x Ax 9.5. ' A , . 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Kelly, then one of the new oflicers of the Navy xv-12 l'nit, began working toward a unit publication. The result was the terrn book, the Dm notzk. Xllilly Green was chosen editor with John Cover heading the busi- ness stall. Others helping with their time and talent were Mike Mahoney, Allyn Haz- ard. artists Clgrrlos Gordon and Harry Platter, Les Hinkley, Arthur Montagne and jarnes Prit'httrtl. The third semester will see another book, with Mike Mahoney as editor. His stall will he toniposetl ol' the inen shown in the picture below. A lffz lf1rigffl,l1f1IzI mir: llinklt-x. Cloxe klnnnons, Shultz. Crit-en, klones, Nlgthoney, l,l'lCll2ll'Cl, Platter, Gzilford. r. Warren, Fox, Gnrtlon. Hurst. Back row: Lt. Kelly, Sharples, Hazard, f"'N ZZ. we 'ik Y! V "' in . fg,Q,JA 5,4 t at , , 11150 1 3 3 ,, , W,,.M.,,r-,. 1. ggt.1.4,4:.w44psQst.s1e::i: f ' 4rg41.sf:.lJf:ci4.:.:mts4isLtsrqsuiuuseuwmvsmsrvstkltmnnw:-iywwk-meas--A: :Q ' :Pi if -:f'iLb-i'k121?"1 - Az. f Q' 1' .-Qi. 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Darden, editor, and Bill Ditlxeison business mini Oei Xt first seveiely ian dicapped by the small staff NI C prodded and pushed the papei into 1 smoothlx 1unn1n0 OlQ211117?1UOll Ditlx OIISIIOIII hand man K'ul Htliinuti h mul ihn 1 ui n uui il 1621131110 111 the 'ids Ioi the pfipti l I Il I I slump semestei III theieloit mth tht tl I n I Q Beth Hampton business 1n'in'1fftr thu' Iouncl thu in .1 I 1 it Worlx had already been laid 'ind thu still' mtmbtrs nut it tub 'ind it illin to work -.f'.5-tg1'.:ar..ufs'sf.....-IQI1 me--4.-3.1.14-rr-g1r:r-'vc-1:mo11Znn-nam-4as.sf,L.v:Q-ssmrf-Q-f..-su-.n.N.u.1. . .v.:s:ss-e-1.-a1s.s.w . -,- I , , MM , .. . , ,.,,,, ,'Q3zYTi'T"?5i5-f'S?N:n-'PN rmpial ' ' www.. 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Betty y ' m lriri lsiilx lactli lliinptrni t..ii'tliit'i', Xluricl Collins IlQS'l'l'R lll Xxxllll1llL' lfililul' tIllllC YLISL SI anis liiliun Toni Lawrie Art Editor jean Kellogg Feature Mfriters Ruth Liggett, Alfred Montoya Society Reporters: Connie Schutte, Betty Gardner, jean YViggins, Jane Yust, Virginia Koogler, Anita Le Hane, Greta Jeter, Marilyn Meyer News Reporters: Lois Charpenning, Anne Haugh- ton, Felice Brown, Val Pickett, Consuelo Garcia, Noel Martin, Elizabeth Mfilliarns, Stana Presher, Judy Gressher, Nancy Musgrave, Condict Freeman, Bob Hansen, Barbara Baily Sports Reporters Bob Mclllece, Bill Power Business Assistants: Hub 'Weeks, Hugo Steigman, Pete Silk Photographer Carter 'Wilson Circulation Managers Jerry Thelander, Jerry Kasner Typist Virginia Ellinwood Proof Readers jean 'Wendland, Marilyn Meyer fe- V--vu- Q., .L y i, 54 l' last 5 1 n, ui g D3 C liq- Aflpfi nggfz ff 1 VY r -. l C ifia 1 rv - -a-s.v--a..s,-l- -ir A f,.-,.,,,.,,w- . .,, Y R V-,HA - "K-Am: -..J '-.4-1z...: W x ZX-' -x -Nc S ,.2 1 KRW? :X Q... 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In keeping with the memories of the past, 1111- 1'1'2llC'1'1l111C'S lJl'l'M'll11'11 1111-11 11111111111,111 conception of school fand otherj 1i1'e, while 11111 s111'111'i1i1-s 111-111 111 1111- 1l1g1l1'1 XK'1ll. Winning the honors for the best XVOTTISIIYS skit XVCIAC' 1111- A 11 Vik, 11-1111 l11l'll 2111. girl orchestra. A singer and dancer helped Illll, 1111: Sllllll 11v1-1. llillf' 811411121 C111i's 11-1111 first in the men's division with 21Uf2lllCH bar11e1's111111111111111-1. 1-'1111- s111g111g, S1lfJXX'11lg 11111111 work made this skit rank first. 111 F1 fllll' 1111111ograp1fc11 1111x111 feelmg 11111 Qllllfl 11 1 1111 1:11 11ig1111 IYHA wif-I1-U-Lei:ns1m..1.-.-.-1-,inffl-.5211:-'Eizfa-im-51-.1:3f5,,,.,z.gg3r ' - ,5-- ::lzig:,h,u5L1.,.E , ..-LM-,J -- - r . , ga, , ,, - '- - +0 -g-'-- - .-10,1-b-s..,.. , Y Y Y .,. f., . A . --I-I at -m- -se-wfvsl.-'fx--wfw-:asv -1 - '::"'-' - -'-4:-'-E-Aif-.is-3,sqas-Nv1awsfQavS5v-ga-irmisa-5:r:iS-ft?-EL+Q-:lf-Swia:3:1-iff 2-1' -P' f S ':i"e-Bri-32-v1rtrw4fi-Q -i.- S-.fL.g-...'Ql..L-' --.-..s.3L-.,..,---,lf 'l' llll 'l'-FA ULTY Flllllllll The Student Faculty Forum meets weekly to discuss questions that are vital in world affairs or campus questions that are of particular importance. The present Forum, sponsored by Mortar Board, was organized in December of 194.4 and has functioned under the able leadership of Judith Gresser, who is the perma- nent chairman of the Steering Committee, which includes Herb Gerke, Helene Schau, Roberta Hart, Marjorie XfValter, and Bob Hansen. Dr. C. V. Wicker is the faculty spon- sor and sparks many a lively argument with his thought-provoking, speech-inviting questions. On January 18 the Forum got off to a Hying start when it discussed the question, "Should the United States Adopt Compulsory Military Servicef, Bob Hansen presented the question and took an aflirmative stand. The discussion which followed was one of the liveliest ol: the year with returned veterans, V-12 and N. R. O. T. C. students, civil- ians, the leminine population, and the faculty all expressing their opinions on the sub- ject. At the close olf the meeting a straw vote showed those attending favored the meas- ure jg to 1. Bill Scott, in the closing meeting of Semester Two, presented arguments in support ol' the estahlishment ol' a complete honor system on the campus. Witli no holds barred, the entire educational system from rental of library books to the purpose of grading was helrl accountable lor its existence. Dr. Thomas CI. Connelly, head of the Government Department, was guest speaker at the lforum on March zo. Ile hrought recordings of a discussion of Dumbarton Oaks fotrtttttefl hy Archibald Macl,eish and afterwards answered questions on that historic toulerent'e. Although a greater attendance and an increase in Faculty representation for such an important campus Iitnction is to he desired, the Student-Facutlty Forum has been and is lttlhlliug an important luuction in the shaping ole public opinion at the University ol' .Xft'tv ,Nlt-xifo. , , ,. ., , . . ,...,- ,-.-ra,-,,. 1 Q..-,.'.-. " . ' '21-,,-11 .1-, -t ,i .. ' , .-:v.s+.a. ..:-.1 -.--Q.-va-rir-i,aa.-n.ca:n.-s.a,3li:iivsiq.Q-:mul-++ma'f.i:tr.-n 1. ..:.'.Lb4wwN1mC-www-J-r:asr..t.mv.1fx...:.s,r..-wmbvmnwe-vvy:fxVvSIAYbiN5'Mhw-1995?--tlvikv---mfr'M A----t ' ,175 "f'L-3.f:?.'f"'.l-'S'-G..':ii.?2'3Z'.ffiQ-'fQ"'l5 " ifi.",:i'::"l-3'if-if wi-ff'-f-:: ' X W X X X ,,,....-......,,,, WCW' fl, F l f if R X. + -QSQQQ3, .1 - 'X -vc ,fm g ,,'- 1 ,fw-...HL ,,., . f X ' N An .g' V' ,,. 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I ,1 r t l yi l l lg il w I i Registration week is a memorable period in many students' lives. i It consists of physical and placement examinations, tours around the campus, and getting settled in mind and body for a semester ol' study. For the returning students it is a period of saying "hello" and l 'Lwhat did YOU do during the vacation?" The new students con- d tent themselves with askin one another "where have ou been all 3 Y 1 my life?" f The pictures on this page show the students in various stages ol y registering and meeting their professors. l Another of the imerminabie iines. El ay A ls rl l li Ly, l all y geio L . l a 5 K f-ff-' .'-162 '-'-2 , .: , -s-5.4: .:,--ns.. .- , H '-'-1'-------M --A.. 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In the future it is hoped that the students will take a more sincere interest in the people whom they are putting in the oflices and will back them to their fullest extent. P . .L.., Q- ' 's.s. ..s :." .-vols'-4-up-.. ' ss-rain-s.n.4.:-nn.L+-:4:n:.L'.1.-Lsnaanfdzrr -' 'JIS-:iff-v--f-35'JVQHE55H'222'Sf!5'EiB5555i5ii9f'i9i5'5'Sh3WK'fkb5"' ll A . 1, .'.-, , .' .. I j47f.:,i1 :-.A .444-he-V J:-z K .-1,..- : 5514,V1-i'x.g..xTV-., 1 ll: ... jk xi -N - 1- ,. . ,- -V . .1 nge 151 A PARTY Popcorn, p e a n u t s and "punch a la Tom and Alerryl' were under the big tent with a multi-colored canopy of streamers, and pink elephants and green lions formed the Walls when the Kappa Karni- val hit the campus as one of the biggest shows to land on the University of New Mexico midway. Everyone from "Jo Jo, the dog-faced boyn to Dick -"he walks, he talks, he breathes"-Lloyd was present. Madame La Zonga, otherwise known as Mrs. Jarvis, gave advice to the Sigma Chi's as to where their YVhite Cross disappeared, and the Pikes tried to hire Jeanne Harris to give her "Zombie Rumba" soft-toe dance at their next unveiling of a newly painted estufa. Candied apples and candied waflles satisfied thi? Dixie Boys until they could be dealt in the poker gam6S and roulette. J Rverv vear in September the State of New Mexico has a lair on East Central. It is a gala affair. Everv student saves his sheclales lor months in ad- vance onlv to lose it all on :ee lzossvs. Other sights, though not quite as popular. are the gav wav, the side shows. the exhibitions. and ol' course. the NIerrv-Go-Rouncl. Allillll Page 154 MX 'l'bc' 1' c- d-I el 1 e 1' ocirizision cizllled Rusb XVc'el4 bus nbgm- doned nmny ol' its formal ac- Livilies Sllffll :ls lbe l'1'el'erenQQ llinnc-1' :and llid llzxy Tga at lbe rc-spec'1ix'e bouses. Tbe rusbees obtain their invilzuions to lbe parties at the dillferenll bouses from the Per- sonnel Ollice. AL Lbe end of lbe week lube final bids arg issued and lbe new pledges are lorlnzxlly introducied to the fac- ulty and sludenli body at large, The sororilies bold a formal rush week under Panhellenie ruling wberezls Lbe fraternities have :ln in l'Ol'ITlZ1l rushing with chains and bot boxes and no bolds barred. 11 1111 1X1l3l1L1N 11.111 .1 111115111101 X 111111111 11-Q1 1111111111111-11 ,X1D11l llx11L'L'N 11111 11 I1 1111 1111 Hx 12111 1111 1 11lf111 111111111 11'f1'1111l1'11I1,II1, .11 I111 11111 The much painted "U" A -ff? WI' Al 'ruff N 1 1- ,4 .JF ,yy 5 Q' 1 T14 1 'GTX ". 8" V, 'Q , to ' ', ."wK'L- 11-v Q "' . ..i,."i 41 , ALI IS A 1 Engineers always have ll good Lime! A QM' wwf? ,Q ,Ml A41 ff Aww '. -. G 'ghd' L.. , in - qu' W 1 ip . My up L I 4f x gf! 2. ,xx If 11 I1 11111111 Efi . li 11 11 11 fi 1'11e pride 111111 joy of the M. E. Depurtnlent is inspected by N. R. O. T. 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The lH21jO1'iIf' of the girls ti111e is spent either with the boys or 1vniti11g for the boys. , ,.-..m.,.M.,-.-17 MR. KURT FREDRICK directs the University Orclicstrzi in one of its many enjoyable concerts. Especially well liked were the joint orchestra and chorus concerts given in the second semester. Page 160 in ll MRS. 1515.55 Cll'RRY RIQDNIQXX 2101111 flirectecl the meirs glcc club. It Jai licipzilctl in llic S.-XI xtcsper serx ' cccmlicr. and in some of the zisscmlmlics l'orll1csl11tlentlJ , , , . . . . . . Y.-W H ,Sl - :N - - 14- -1 g,,,,' - : ., ., rg.g..,..,.-.l.,,y,.,2f35:'s 9:1---r -ei-f -1- if--Q--f-f. 1-ff' ff 1-xiii'-'fr:1r71f1'ff"'fif'I 'f'-' 'A' A.,..,aR...Y.,.. NX. ..4.-.. - ......-.1.q.,.,.+-.....s,-X-..,....sag--'uma-qiuax--3:-.A-aaaf:.s3:-gxr:-:e-::vj:1j1'j:-js. -,.gH',-- " Lg - - -'TXT 1- - -' '7' - Fr ' ' " ' ' r f - A . , -' ' . . 1 - 11 11 PT. HA 111C 1 1si1' was 1'11j11x'e11 111 :111 1116 C12lllC'CS NIR. 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X ' ,E , w ix X W X i ,, ' 'iv ' 'Yu , f ,N 1 W ii x ' ,w ' , ,A i " 'ii xl: i We 1 I Page 170 Coach Barnes, mentor of 1944 team The Lobos started the season against th: Amarillo .-Xrniy Air Base and found them- selves playing against a group of seasoned players. The Lohos played a hard game, and even outplayed the Army on the ground, but when the Arniy hoys took to the air. it was an entirely different story. The Army threw enough good passes lo run up a total of 222 yards, against 76 yards for the Lobos. Coach Barnes was well pleased with the Loho's first appearance of the season with the exception of pass defense. FINAL SCORE: AMARILLO ARMY AIR BASE 21, LOBOS 20. TEAM CAPTAIN: LESTER DASSOFF 1 A 1 a :- 1. fl fs r fi , gt rim? ' .A , T051 ,T M2 F1 A X .-1-1' cf I it ,I I I Statler kicks a long OIIC - -1 -L '-Q-v ff-Qfwpk-Q-Q -sw-giegfmfv --1 - ef:-N - 1---1413-fvggsm.-..,.:.,194--van-yggrxfigx-13194-EAa-igreie.--:E-'ru-E29:15455-1?-zzsfe-frivv-13:-335Q1Q5.3,L7n-5-ifgiq-T-Lf.-kts: rr- .L.w.::qw,-al-3.95.1-gg.-Q71-.Q--fs-qinwgf En.-mf... ,,,-f-'k- --.:---.-fgnil--5.-1-,-5---1-:--- ye- ----,-'- ,puc- llill Cheek Bill Rice On the evening ol' their first inter-collegiate game, the Lobos were pitched against the lflagstafl Lumberjacks. The Lobos looked good as their aerial attack clicked time alter time, and the ground attack had plenty ol' power as the Lobos made substantial gains through the line almost eyery time they tried. .Xlter Barnes had sent in the reserves the ,Xrizona boys got two touchdowns. Une ol' these touchdowns was set up by a long pass which showed that the Lobos still were lacking in an adequate pass cleleiise. This game seemed to give the Lobos the feel ol' the ball, and hopes were high to keep the record clean throughout the season. FINAL SCICJRIQ: LCJHUS iii, FLAGSTAFF LUMBER- IACIKS 1.1. .VEQXM C.tXI'lfXIN: HOB S'I'.1Yl'l,liR i 1 g Demetrio Garcia ,i L use Bill XVhitesell 'l'he backlield stops a touchdown Page 171 . W, - wuz.-..:: 1. H-::1e'n'.1iyu'bN:-p.Q5y.v..yi.f-ef:2:Q:.Q 5 A-..mQf.::li,..is3v3i'iMil1:'ian:slfyiziiifiiglikiiiiriiiihitiifgiyyb:Mets A fA2'f52?fix,. Willie Ryder gets loose for a gain The Homecoming Crowd of 1944 saw the Lobos iirzrtflrecl against. Colorado Col- lege, of Colorado Springs. Sparked by the remarkable running ol' Ziegler, half-back of Colorado, the Colorado team took an early lead in the game. and the store stood in their favor throughout. The Lobos were watching Ziegler. and Clolorziclo repeatedly gave the ball to Cardinelli, on a weak side lake reverse lo Ziegler. Clarclinelli gained ground consistently for Colorado. VVitl1 this ctombinaliori lkneiiig the Lobos, they were unable to cope with the Colorado attack. FINAL SCORE: COLORADO COLLEGE 25, LOBOS 7. TEAM CAPTAIN: VVILLIE RYDER Jack Afford Carl King lion Urich W . M , if We .aw V l 1 2 . , . ' . Q 'fx V'-in Q a if Civ Z e 'K '5 wiv ,ze ..., ff s Q, 'Yu iw Nl 'QCN 1 X A C il- iii an vu v if C 1' A f ll Afullll Xlmnr: Ajnlnr-5 N05 The line blocks a C. U. runner Gan you imagine yourself as an inex- perienced, first-year college player going to meet a team with All-Americans on its lineup? That was the position in which the Lobos found themselves in El Paso, when facing the Second Army Air Force Team. The Lobos realized that the main travel lane for the Army was through the air, and also that this was their weakest defensive. The Lobos took the ball on the kickoff, but fumbled before they had a chance to see what they could do. And the next time the Lobos took the ball, they fumbled again. This was the story throughout the game with the exception of one successful play, sneaking a pass over for a score. The outstanding run of the game was the return of the kickoff for a touchdown by Glenn Dobbs at the be- ginning of the second half. FINAL sooner SECOND ARMY AIR FORCE 89, Loisos, 6. TEAM CAPTAIN: GEORGE MERTZ Burns Imboden Lu tjens An opponent runs for a touchdown Wlieii the Buffs from VVest Texas ramped on the hill, the Lobo fans were beginning to wonder what kind of team they were supporting. Witli one player of the Lobo team a former West Texas player, and as a compari- son of scores made the teams about equal, the fans expected to see a good game. The first half saw the Buffs score two tallies and the Lobos none but the Lobos were giving a good ac- count of themselves. In the second half, the Lobos started clicking and chalked up a tally. The Lobos had hardly started again, however, when YVest Texas had scored again. Witli due determination, the Lobos scored again just before the end of the game. FINAL SCORE: wesr TEXAS sTAT1a 19, Loisos 12. TEAM CAPTAIN: VIRGIL BOETLER Iohn Behrens Bill Liesk Don Wood f , ,fflypgmy ?'f7fl,f 7 I WWW' f Dahl Gleave Bob Hansen George Mertz A man from C. U. is tackled from behind i Willie Ryder Mertz pulls a man down Les ter Dassofl On Nov. 11, the Lobos made zi bid for 21 win in their last home game. Couch Barnes had been putting the boys through some very still drill on pziss defense :ind :also ironing out some of the rough spots on the Lobo oflense. The Denver Univer- sity boys had displayed 21 lot oi' talent. both in the air, and on the ground. New Mexico was expecting everything, and that is just what they got. 'Iihe Lobos seemed to be in the same state as usuzil :md would not keep the bzill moving. One high light ol' the gzune was ai 75-vzircl drive by the Lobos which was stopped on the 6-vzircl line.where Denver took over. Trig- ger Hildebrandt inzide the lone I.obo score. FINAL SCORE: l3I",NX'lf.R UNIVERSITY 41, LOBOS 6. ,-vs , . , X. .. .V 5 ,!,VwN?,Y:-Www ' 1 - . pm! Q "JL 0 ' ' ' , . f g. : s4,fL,t1wx lifi nr' I I , ., George Hildebrandt - ' " ' 4' ' --- '- -- - -5-1,--.-1--i...':-...... .. ...M-,.3.4-.-van-.-,w..:a-.-Qv-:--:.g-Zf-1-iw:-4.2-:,..,, J.. '..,......-...,.......,,..-., .' . ,, . ' ' '- - - ' -"s -' '-'-A ' '- ' "- s -- - -"f" a"PTP"'1'T""""'1':'T"':' '."-"Q .""Z'7-1-e--f-1---:--fs-e-a-.- Vg-..:,.-e..-... .,.,vv.-7- -...,..,. -.,. . . ... . .. . ig geneva -si-ss, W, KW 5. gsiika w .Vg 7 . .gssyff-w..,v.wW,. as e :es , as r- x'-H+ f, i. fy . . .vi sf: 13- X ' -1 " .fit '- , .. i - : 1, ' '-1 ' fx: ' fs-as -1, ,129 ?'sx1x,sf5.g,,15 151: Mt. ,Ni gga its., sf - .7 VV ' ,, 1 f I - 1-.1V,,x.:f3yx3,:3igk3.R-3 .- i3sgwg'skZ9PjfQg.5:g K . - , ' , ' ,. . - K 1' Q - M ls,3,.t , i A .,.,,,,ff,,4 my 0- llack row. left to riglit-foricli. Spangler. Kelleher, Ryder, Nolan, Whitesell, Brady, H. A. Kinnison, Murray fmana- gery . filth row-lioilt-. ll. l,. Kinnison. l'i'icIi:n'cl. l'aIl'oi'd. Allison, lislinger, Whitmer, King, Carlson, George Petrol Qcoachj. lourtli ron'-ltoods, tiillaspy, tlonrl. Clutter. XVagner. Starns, Parker. lhird l'UlX'-Stillllll, tlhet-Ia, liehrens. Ciarctia, Burns, Boteler, Harris. Second iron'-ltillis liarnes dit-ad coaclij, Hawley tassistant coachj, Statler, Lutjens, Mertz, Leisk, Imboden, Moore, ilhrlord, Ielaiist-n. I'n'st 1'on'-Cllr,-zixc, Xl: Kay l'l'ir'li. Wilson, Hildebrandt, Dassoll, Rice, l'atterSOn. M 'lhe final ganit- ul the season lonnd the Lobos at the home of a Border Conference rival, Texas Iech. The trip to Lubbock, and the game, may truthfully be said to be the most gruelling of the sea- son. The Lobos ar'1'ivcrd at the field at 11200 p. in., and the crowd was already in the stadium. With nothing bin Im-aklast nndt-r thc-ir bells since tizoo p. in. the night before, the Lobos swam out to the field. 'lhis gznnr- was pt-rliaps tht- best gznnc ol' the season. The men who had come in at the begin- ""'f4' 'ff' Ihr- sc-inc-slr-i' wcrf- filling their berths well, and everyone was doing his part. The game was PI9'l'f'fl inostly in tht- tc-nn-r ol tht- field, and the exchange olf punts was about even. The Texans scored 'Wif.1f iJl'i'Ul'l' tht- Ixilios tlialkt-d up their score. Alter a lull season of practice on a screen-pass, it finally paid oll lor a 715-ygml touchdown run. The Lobos gave a good account of themselves in the last game, 1"'ffwmif-fi :i lot ol valuable- 1-xpc-i'icriic'cf in the year. l"lNAl.StIURli:'l'l'IX,fXS'l'lCt1ll ig, l,Ol3OS 7. .-.-,:.r V-am-ww-v nv,-:.4..z:.7 .s.s.1..1.zlt..:Q 'iislslxn-zfil.:i.fz. sa'--sEi9-1i f5'l'Si?'LiS-Q':vSk0'si2ra'.ihe:..t.iwE Page 177 ISA 'llll'l'll1lLL Witli the end ol lootball the b adjourned to the inside spgrt of basketball. 'llie first job of the boys was to become known to the oys new coach. Some of them had already made his aequaintanee on the football field. This coach was a real man and a tribute to any coaching stall. As high a tribute as can be paid to the new Coach, Mr. XVoody Clements, is the state- ments of the players during the entire season. These statements may be summed up and none of the meaning lost by the simple state- ment, "I have never known a better coach anywhere." Xlloody as the players knew him was a very likeable person, always ready to help at any time, always he came into the dressing room before the game to see that each player had his entire set of equip- ment and if not, Hloody was the one to see that it was obtained. After the game if anyone wanted Tom Lawrie Ld lsilmn .r f -.-, na., Lv -gif.-fx-h3-fn.-L..-...-,.g.,,-Avrw:.rf-+-.-Aml-raw.-:--4'-----ry f7"""9 '-ix . - ' 51, ' X f IS ,X ..., ,,... ,,., 0 X 3 fh ' 4 f 4 Q ,. ,A ,N , 'SNA m. vWQ a -x Y 1' Qg 1 ,. is NW Kif? 6' MQ fx X Z SCIDBES Hardin-Simmons 27 U. N. Hardin-Sirnmons 18 U. N New Mexico Aggies 27 U. N. Kirtland Field 3Q U. N. West Texas 53 U. N. West Texas 34 U. N. Kirtland Field 46 U. N. Texas Mines 37 U. N. Texas Mines 41 U. N. Eastern N. M. College 25 U. N. Arizona S.T.C., Flagg 33 U. N. Texas Tech 39 U. N. Texas Tech 41 U. N. Texas Mines 43 U. N. Eastern N. M. College 39 U. N. Texas Tech 38 U. N. Totals - 580 Averages 36.2 Page 180 A 78 58 55 37 5-1 39 28 .99 66 66 6 51 57 46 53 42 I 51 i wr V W' 1 . . Charles Miller Bob Feather Jimmie Deklofl Page 182 asketlrall under the basket at all times the opponents were finding it hard to stop theni. The pivot post proved to be trouble for the opponents. The backboard control by YfVoods was very good and he always had his eye on the basket. Now we will look at the back court. Lawrie, an expert at the one-hand push shot, just could not be stopped and when they cznne too close they would find themselves guarding the spot where he was and two more points would be chalked up. The other guard post was about the sznne with either Pace or Imboden filling the position. Both were ready and willing tO take the ball off the backboard and then with Lawrie washing it down for two more points. The excellent back guard playing of Iinboden and Pace gave the rest of the players the confidence to try difhcult 1naneuvCrS because they knew that they were well supported in the rear ranks. Besides these players there was Al Miller, Jimmy Deklotz, Dan Dehart, and Ed Killian that filled out the team. 5 Z K: , K C X N X 2,9 f l , . A 5 X J Q1 ' ": l ' ,t 1 i , "W X e Team IlH'Il1lH'l'x im fllflll' 'llllll l,llllf, 'l om l.1lWl'lC, Doll XN'ood,jol1n Behrens, Ed Kilian, George Mertz, Ed johnson, Vince Arroyo, Carl l.1'TllJOl,lCll, xlllll llS 5QllIlN, llllllllllj lleklolz, Al Miller, Daniel DeHart. lvllll lwfi xilleliril-S lliilll-i' llile-ir bell llle Lobos went I fm lo llllllil' il lliilfl- Iilflliil- llllj' llmsl ai llCll1'L breaker lo Klfllllllll l"il-Ill by il lllcky xllul ill lille lzlsl lew seconds ol Llllj glllllff. lX'llll lliix low llll' boys were really out llff lllfmll llllfl llvlllollsllzlllfll il by litilllllg XlVest Texas Sllllli lwice lllv lollfiwilig, wc-ek Ullfl. 'l1llL'I'l llle Lobos Wfllll. Ulll lu lillllllllfl lfil-lll llllll Slllllllil llzlve laken Sllfllllflel' pulls iiixll-gill ul bzlskl-lbaill il-rseys, losing :incl pfobzilily lN'lllg sziw-ll ll'Hlll lilklllg :l worse lJC2llll1g' by llll'!'l1fllllg lil llll' grim- l"lllY In lJl'l'Yl'lIl Il lJl'2lWl. XfVill1 'lib srl llllflL lllf' lnlios lliilliillll-ll lu lzllie zlll llle Test ol llIl'll' gzliiifw lil Slllflli lllf' filllblilllflllll' lJl'lllJllll2lllll' ol :lily g'ZllllC WZIS . I., I . . lllllil-fl iii In loin l 'IKYIII' lX'lllI 'lb Iiolills ill llll- lIl'Sl Qilllli wllll Wi-gl 'I l'f-LJIN giiifl llml-Ir lollliwl-ll lil'Hlll'1lC'OllHJOlll'l' VHI llifllll XY:-gl 'lv'-gms wllfi llil llll- lump lm' I8 17011115 llllilllllgllllll1'fzlll'l'lllfllll"'Vllllf'lHl'1lllVlllillX'lilll1llOlll1C I Y' it I 4215! 1 .oline 'll1lJflIIl'Ill 'lIil- lliili .,,,,,,' wi., will. 'Il-wx Il-lli, :lull was rl lllllllrl Ilriiii '.I,llI lu llllisll :lllrl ill so HJllllJll'lll1g Z1 v . """"vvllll Uftluwli lllf' lxilifr, Ilglll ill llll' lzlsl two YCZUS l'Il""'-'I "'l"llIl1' l'llIlllII1"",Hl lllvlil. , - ' iw ,, ' 1-1.177 Page 183 TRACK Trackmen, under the direction of Coach Gwinn Henry, have had a season that may well be remembered. In the two track meets at the time of this writing, the squad had captured second place in the Colorado Relays, and other second in the meet at Colorado College. The main strength of the team was in its dash and relay men, who came out on top on nearly every try. The following men make up the squad: Bowers, Blaise, Goldberg, Montague Qioo yd., 220 yd., 4411 yclg, Singrey M40 yd.j, Mayall 4440 yd., high jumpj, May- tinez, Smith mile, milej , Rumley, Lut- jens Qbroad jumpj, Nutter, Green thigh hurdlesj, McConkie thigh hurdles, high jumpj , Arford flow hurdlesj , Evans Qjgve- linj, Statler Qjavelin, discus, shotputj, Johnson Qdiscus, shotputj. vu---' -A lllf inf HU lit- ill- . .L kit? Q! igll Ilf- li, llLl G H is' ' ftit W 'gg 4 ia' vg'. i "Sf-vi s vl N e Xu.. lfirsl lfozv: Lake, W. 'l'.: Zwicky. Ii. E.: Weiss. QI. D.: Garrison C. Fqltlllll linux' l'a:tlic'ottk, N.: Sweet. ll. M.: Jenkins. YV. YV.: hflllrray, T. R, llmvl linux' Statler. R. IJ.: llassoll. I,.: Chuhbock. E. R. The coinparatively new sport on the U. N. M. campus, tumbling, was first organized hy athletic' specialist Nolan in the fall of 1944. Starting with a handful ol interested inen and a lew Saturday afternoons, he has built it to a regular squad ol nine nien. Interest in the sport has steadily mounted until now it is not the unknown it once was. Beginning with modest, snappy shows tiring tie games ol' the second semester, they have graduated to such entertainment as the show consisted of nine acts, all of which were men. These went off with the precision which had d ' l intermission of the basketball Navy Happy-lelotn'. 'l'heir hrst "big" composed ol' two or three rewarded the hours ol' practice the men had spent. ln the third semester, the only show presented was one for the Happy-Hour. 'l'he loss ol two inen lrom the team meant that nearly all the acts had to be revised lor the new show. lioh Whitesell took the place of "iron man" Ed Chubbock, and late in the semester, Ken W'estlake began training in the position left by Jack Weiss. More notic'eahle in the new routines were the spectacular ones in which Murray was thrown hack and lorth by all the strong men. Lake pitched by Dassoff and Whitesell, and Zwirky gently dropped from the lolty hands of Dassoff. Mr. Nolan deserves niuch credit lor the extra time and work he has generously given lo inakt' the teain a success. Page 185 VVhen shadows fade along the Campus paths And Western skies blaze tribute to the sung There still remains a dimming echo Of the glories which you so proudly won. You! who in the yesteryears strode down these Campus paths And left a rich inheritance to those who follow now- You! who gave of time and strength to build-up this, our school, To leave to your posterity traditions We in turn endow. 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All tl1e campus fellows ate IC ' I 1 Y Alpha Delta Pi's with fun in mind and the Chi O's with-oh well, some I121vC ll MINI SONIC don t. The A. D. Pfs or Run Get a Pledge Pin Here Comes a Rushee, are noted for their ability with a baseball and bat fget itPj. The Alpha Delts can have their baseball but theres nothing like Kappa on 3 Kough, We, on campus, are watching tl1e battle between the Chi O s and the Kappas with open ears and eyes, One question, please, do tl1e Chi O's steal the Kappa's men or do they get the left overs? The dear sweet Alpha Chi's, or Put on Your Bibs, Daddy, the Babes are Coming I-Iome, seem to keep the Bernalillo County Court House jumping double time. How do. they do Ili U Speaking of Frat girls, and that seems to be the gist olf this article, they seem to he bigger wolves than the Fleetmen's Non-Coffee Drinking Club. As a closing remark I will quote the local house mothers: "This is11't llml type of a house." Page 192 WE ARE YoUR 0 N E . S T 0 P sHoPP1NG CENTER You Can Get Everything You eed Here In Just Une Step PAINTS AND WALLPAPER SEWER PIPE DOORS AND IVINDOIVS ELECTRIC XVIRINC ROOFING AND INSULATION CARDEN TOOLS CEMENT, PLASTER, LIME STOVES AND RANGES HARDVVARE AND TOOLS FIREPLACE EQUIPNIENT WIRE AND FENCINC MADE IN OUR SHOPS-Wall Cabinets, Kzflclzen Stools and Ladders High Cha-irs, Clothes Dryers, Trellises A. Il. LUSII CUMPANY 912 North First Phone 4491 Drive in ii and Save A N it if it gl gh ui ul N gl H' li I' 'u li lr 'I lu ll li ll ll I lu :E H: Eu il DR S 'r 'tfffitab LEAN EDD 5- rx f N. Second 61 Roma Ave The Dixie lioys, Kappa Alpha to the newcomers, seem to have forgotten their gentlemanly man- ners on their "pienie." You know those mountains affect people in the strangest ways. The blossoming boys are managing to hang and shackle quite a number of the more beautiful girls on campus. The strange thing about that is that the boys are not ostracized any more. VVhat's the matter boys? Afraid of losing too many ol' your "large" chapter? The Sigma Cjhi's are still called the "Mesa Men" but not with its original connotation. In the days of yore it was stuck on to them because their house was so lar out. The only requirements to be a Sig are to be able to hang your pin within seven minutes after initiation fwe just gotta' do something about those Pikes-their record is lour minutes and fifty secondslj and drink a quart of liquor a year. Big Boys! I The Kappa Siginas or "I'll I,et You Slit My Throat If I Can Slit Yours," are bemoaning the loss of their beautiful Blue Heaven Chow sadl and its contents. It, at present, is having its privacy torn to shreds by the wandering girls who now live there. Almost anyone can belong to the Gym Club: Fleet- men, Non-lfleetrnen, and civilians, but, believe me, you must join OTIC of the three factors when 111- Knife hghts are really lots ol' lun. Have you any brass knuckles? The Independent inen are either too damned independent to join or else they arent. Logical eonelusion, what? The Strays, or "Bring Out Another Mickey Fellows We Don't Have Any Pledges," lead a wild, gay mc lUSl trying to outnianeuver. They tell us that there is a stray in every house. .HM ...,..,..f..sa.:.,.f5.:4t:,-a.tp ,ee aria?-af1.ssf Page 193 i ' , 3 . , . - . , .cl msc vn ' Allen ames Victor Spur Texas Ulu" I Q Tnginccring Sigma Alpha ll msilon Stray Crcck VV'1rclroom Society Student Senate Mixctl chorus l and Mirage Staflf Lobo Stall' Arts Sc Science Kappa Sigma Band Transfer from Texas Tech Baca PElt1'1ClC Belen Engineering lhi Dclta fheta Stray Crccks Track Baseball Khatali Student Scnatc Pres. A. S. M. E. Pres. Enginccrs Council Vice Prcs. unior Class K. M. E. Theta Chi Delta Sigma Iau Barnett Herman L Wotodward Okla Engineering Kappa Sigma Barricklow W H Albuquerque , , , Brentari Caroline Gallup Engineering Kappa Sigma A. S C E. A R. B A. Vigilante Education Kappa Kappa Gamma J ' nun- , cl - , In . lm -, Pa. 1 1 7 is , K A , I l', , ' 2 ' , If , 1 I A l 1 1 1 AHS 30 5Ci611CC Blaise, R. A., Tucson, Ariz. 4 1 7, I ' C P Cf 1 I J .J D J f i 1 1 2 K' l ' 1, J -,v 1 ' K' 4 j 4 . . J 7 a J .I r 1 , 4 1 A 1 K r., 1 : ' 'Q U 4 1 2 9 I ' ' , . . , ' 4 , c 4 Page 194 Co-ed Jeanne Luker and es- cort Carter Hfilson select a smart bracelet at Graliam's. GRAHAM ' JEWELERS mtv. CENTRAL .WB DIAMONDS WATCH-ES SILVER SPECIAL ORDER JEWELRY --Ja. J., .1..,t..,.1 .f , : 1' ,::a.-ga:-.-:aa-.-:.: :,,..f:-ff...fgnua-.:1..L,t. -14-f --' -41mf,..-.4,aal.:'v:r-a..Q::.,:-:QQ-w..L .sw ,-. 1,-. - . . . , . , . . ,. . . .. V, .- 1 ! 1 1 ...-Q .fig ,ff R Y r , . AY I ' - New SX1CO,S mast Stores OI' 'ornen Clurolizzz' Pfn'lc!1 1n'sl and AMS. Ancona are attmcted by Hinlcfflk' zuiudow rlisplay in Santa Fe Hinkefs SANTA me N ,qw Mlaxlco ROSWELL Page 195 ' - --U I Y . .. :..,-,L,.,- . . .,,- 1f.d.zg.u.17.1,..:5,,..g,:..:gwx.fww,.,ax,m:'7 f1irLtsas251f.wzumff4i5'f:..f. 1.1, -p-,-,..... Page V 196 VVe acknowledge wilh tlmnks, llmc l'1'ic-nelly. helpful and efficient service ol' our CllQl'2lYC'l'S. thc- SOUTHWESTERN ICNGRAVINCL CIO.. :mcl especially commend Mr. hl. QI. XVz1lclcn, DIV.. Nh: J. VValden, Sr., and Mr. .'5xl'll1lll' NI1n'pIn'c'c-. li. Pl. Zwicky, lfflllfll' A. R. Lloyd, Bus. Nlgr. eu 7 v' , . Dr. C.. Y. Xhckcr. C,ll2lll'lllIlll PlllDl1C'ZlllOI1S llflflllfl. 7 l 5 1 I is P 1 I E W B 2 c a I 1 I 1 YC Broclthouse, ,lack XV., Redwood City. Calif Carroll Lois Puebl C 1 I I , 7 O, O O. llngiiiecrs, Kappa .Xlphzi , Fine Arts, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delta Phi Delta Burnett, Bettye B., Amarillo, Texas Arts :ind Sticntc. .Xlpha Della Pi, M01-rar COCl1ran, Editha Quincy, Bessemer, Ala. Bozircl, A. XY. S. Arts and Science Chi Ome a K M E 2 g , . . ., Sec. Boots and Saddle Club, Band, Student Burris, Rox' Phoenix, Ariz. , ' Senate l2Ilg'lIlCL'I'lIlg', Signizi Chi, .X. S. NI. li. Carr, Frederick F., Tempe, Ariz, Cfvllier, james W., Fort Worth, Texas h'lg'm'L"i'll3 Arts and Science, Treas. Wardroom Society I l YOUR DOXVN Sli'CJlN'N MEETING PLACE . 1 KO The Qwitiin irittig oo Slllfiflllllllllg' in lnclicfs' :incl Men's Toiletries and Toilet Accessories 0 S2lllll2ll'Y lfonntain Service Q An lfllllifill Prescription Pharmacy Q lfift-e .Xloiorctycle Delivery BRIGGS Sc SULLIVAN, PRoPRs. 400 Mfest Central-Phone 7774 Page 197 . , -. +ffsws,a.m-it at 0KL H0 A l0l ,r-E In ouples or ll Crowds -1: M x,,,,,,,...- - Y-..--....,... 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Arts and Science, Pi Kappa Alpha, Fleetmen's Club, Inter-Fraternity Council V Ehorn, Robert E., Sioux City, Iowa Engineering, Fleetmen's Clubs, Independent Men, VV:nrdroom Society, Track Iillerineyer, Herbert O., B6l61'1 Engineering, Kappa Sigma, Sigma Tau, K- E., Wardroom Society, Wl1o's VVho in Ameri- can Colleges, Student SCHHIC Page 199 Charles Hines considering ,a traveling kit at Stromaergs A ail to the Navy for the beautiful job they are doing 9 ouALrnr MENS vin goo XVest Central Page 2oo Ellinwood, Virginia, Albuquerque Galloway, Lewis D., Albuquerque Arts and science, Alpha Delta Pi, University AHS and SCiffHCCi Wflfdfoom Socifffv' Quartet, A. W. S. Garrison, C. E., Kirbyville Emmons, George S,, Artesia General. Cheer Leader, Treas. Hfardroom ' , , Society Engineering . . G ld, S. . ' Finn, F. N., Yuma, Ariz. O H ' Tucson' ANZ' u . Engineering, Sigma Tau. K. M. Sec.-Treas Engmeefmgf S- C- E-i A- R- B- A-i A. I. E. E., Pres. Institute Radio Engineers, Nonfleetmen S Club Navy V-12 Band, Engineers Council Gaffordf W' Rv Tucumcari Gollner, John D., Hollywood, Calif. Engineering, Wardroom Society, A. S. C. E. Arts and Science I I I ,fe- -1-3 f I I I I I Dininf , .y. 'Q .. - 'W K1 :f9'i!'H I 'ff ff! ,. I W, , , ,Lg z mx -, I I, wa'qgw.l",,.,. 'I - WIIEIIE EIIIE E IEE 'E 4 4 all IIIL IIIIIUII ILII Lo H-flu: NIJIIL NI.1xI 3 Dick I,I U Ithx xml K 1 rn 4- 1 Inn I,1lI'IiIlllI'xl 'mal jun Lupton. Eli iwhymsshi I I 'III H 5' Greaves. Nlihon. P.. Nlanti, Utah Halama, Edla Marie, Belen Ellglllccllllh Education, Alpha Delta Pi, W. A. A. Phi Alpha Theta, Transfer from Fullerton Junior Green. Nlary Helen. Allnlquerque College Arts and St'icnt'c. .Xlphu Chi Oxnt-ga. Student Cllllltfll. Ncwxnun Club . l Hazard, Allyn, Tucson, Ariz. n E' ',A.S.lVI.E. ' A Gutierrez. l... Los I.unas ngmeermg " linginet-ri ng Q ' Hearn, Betty Ellen, Albuquerque . A Gllflln' Pauli' blllicll Cul' Arts and Science, Lobo editor, Mortar Board, i Arts and Stticntc, Chi QJHICQLI. NCXVIIILIII Club, Phrateres, Spur, Student Council, 'Who's Who if Gennan Club in American Colleges l 'Che ign af Wflmmf for you and your ?rie14ds' , You'll hurl the kind of Ronin vou lilac, thc' lfofrfl you relish and .'xllIlU5IJlli'l'C' lllill 2l5Slll'CS Yflll Zlll fl Fnnncglfcoilsf Page 203 Page 204 EVERYTHING FOR SCHOOL, OFFICE, STUDENT AND ENGINEER Uni III' it Book tore Archie Westfall '3 2 CAMPUS I I I I I I I I I I I I I ,,... ,is ,,1-- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 111111 l P l1l1s11 1111s H1151 d E C ugene S Tucson A1111 111111111 111 L ngineering P1 Kappa Alpha A I E E Khatali Tennls Kappa Mu Epsilon Mirage Staff H1311111 N1ll'11Ll 1111111 1 1 111 1 111 1 Sll11LI1l lm y mx who lmboclen C A Mesa ATIZ 1 1111 111 111111 LS Ln gineering Stray Greeks A I E E 1' ootball Basketball Track w , 3 3 1. . f a, ., . 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Despite the war, despite pro uc 10 UCS, you can still buy things you know are good . . . like nationally known merchan- A' ' ' ff dlSC, for instance . . . lznnous produe by keeping their standzird ol' quality high! To proteet your interests . . . to give you sa 1 these line, high quality products ...' E amous names like Printzess, Swansdown, jaunty lunior, Nelly lbon, liloomlield and Franklin . . . many of these names have been famous lor over go years. i Look lor these lznnous nznnes here in every department . . s. your help to better buying! ts that have contributed their bit to the War e ort tsfaetion . . . We feature many of ' ' 52 Ga. Albuquerque, N. Mex. 301-303 W.Clenlr:1l Ave. Page 213 KORBER S Iyrnouth Exif My v A? 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If you did not graduate but are out of school for some reason you are still eligible for mem- bership in the Association. Whether you are a member of the Association and a subscriber to the ALUMNUS magazine or not, be sure to notify the Alumni Office when you change your address. This enables your classmates to keep up with you. Cost of membership in the Association and subscription to NEW MEXICO AUMNUS is: 1 YEAR ...... S 1 LIFE ...... 320 The University of New Mexico ALUM I ASSOCIATIO Room 7, SUB Cllzl E ILF Lll 5 ' zfegwrzfawz I ni , Wm gum ffghly S3fTClS, Bee, Albuquerque Fine Arts, 'l'own Club, .X. XV. S. Council, Independent Council Scarpella, Frank C., I.al'ayette, Colo. Arts and Scieiitftf, l'i Kappa Alpha, Creek Council, liasclmall Sshmirt, Virginia, Cilllifilgtl, ni. and Science, Cllii Otnegzt, Kappa Mu l"P5'l0U, Mortar Board, Mirage Staff Smith, Oscar L., Amarillo, Texas. Engineering, Kappa Alpha, A. S. C. E., A. R. B. A., Student Senate, Engineers Council Spaberg, Elaine, Albuquerque Arts and Science, Alpha Delta Pi, Student Council, Student Body Secretary, Mortar Board Sec., Greek Council, Student Union Building Committee Stenhouse, Peggie, Albuquerque V Arts and Science, Chi Omega, Dramatic Club Page 217 . K Q iff.-y..w.2f..u.ai:-xsli4e,.v.w...:Z..,:.slLIslvQu-EQX1:1.12,Q..Qi5Q g.,jL,ggg,h1',1.iHE:-Bk 0526775 mmf! Shop OTIS SWINFORD, MANAGER University Women are constant Visitors at the Duke City's . smartest women's shop Smartly dressed Kappas, Jane Bateman and jane Wolf, select accessories for new evening dresses. 515 WEST CENTRAL AVENUE Page 2 18 Thorpe, Barney, Albuquerque Wehmeyer, Karl L., Pittsburgh, Pa. Arts and Science, Kappa Sigrrlai Vigilante, Arts and Science, A. I. M. E., Band, Student Imer'FmtefmtY Councllf Engmeefmg S0C1CtYf Senate, Vice-Pres. Freshman Class, Vigilante Wardroom Society Trammell, J., Florence, Ariz. West, Leslie E., Los Lunas Engineering, A. I. E. E., Kappa Mu Epsilon, , , 1 Q Band, Engineering Society, Wardroom Society Engmeermg' A' I' 13' IL' Trible, Katherine M., Albuquerque D u Education, Alpha Delta Pi, Pi Lambda Theta, WIICOX' Ehzabeth' Dexter Student Senate, Kappa Mu Epsilon, Newman Education, Alpha Delta Pi, YV. A. A., Sigma Club Sigma Sigma Us., .-'uf :iff 2.-if 1-1: ' Lf' Q : 'ua get -f..-.-. iz.-aa ' .: 1 irfaufiveiifsifgii-'ai-5' '21-'i:4i:aa:as.a',.4Qa:.x-.HQ-4..4m::1.:1a.bi:.-aa:, .gzw-gs.-:L-:...w.-,a:a:a+a,.,:-',g-,fM-v..'-..- A-.f v. . A .-.A A ' - A '--w--:L--fwfrJ-3-. .-x t-5.g3E,::7'.:f'f-:fa-,pg-37.9 N s Q,LLEG IN C OK STO E ooLLEoE .l -RA at INN Bookstore 1908 E. Central MR. K MRS. WALTER FISHER St-min-4 IIR- Sllltlvlllx ol' tlmt- l'nix'ersity ol? 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