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

 - Class of 1949

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There never was any question of success. 'W e came forearmed and forewarned with pledges trite as a dedication. VVe took the town. captured the Ad building, struck the Library and saw I-Iodgin fall. The Mirage came out on time. The Hght goes on. copyright, 1949, by the associated students of the uni- verszty of new mexico, albuquerque, new mexico Cover photograph by H. D. W'alter. All color plates through the courtesy of The New Mexico Magazine. the staff Assistant to the Editor-Robert Cox Associate Editors-Robert Granick, David Nolting, Morton Tenenbaum. Editorial Assistants-Gypsy jo Bennett, Lee Driscoll, Sonia Isaacson, Monica Murphy, Phyllis Narmore, George Pittman, Terry Rowe, Alyce Theodore. Photography by Dale Britton, Tom Montgomery, Bertram VValler. Assistant to the Business Manager-Martin Prince Editor-Jene Lyon Business Manager-Jack Griflee Qiifighgut Qp-egg .W , 'ind ' . 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Mickey Patton AdrS George Paul F A Glyndale Paulk AdrS William Peisker Ac'rS frats show their emblenhs at all games T 'does Sig Ep Leo Kelmenson ht left, or does sign hold up Leo day. If ii? Demecio Perea Educ. Lucille Petronovich Educ. Xvilbert Pherson, Jr. B Ad. 1 William G. Pickens Evzgr. Darrell Pinckney Ac6'S George H. Pitman, jr. Ad'fS Marthe Porter F A jane Powell A65 Willard E. Prekker B Ad. Fred E. Prevost, 7Ir. Educ. Frances Priebe P zarm. ' Clifford O. Qualls B Ad. john Radoslovich Engr. Erle Ramsey Af3'S Suzanne Myra Ravel Adm? Edgar D. Rawls AUS Donna Faye Reeder F A Charles Rcpenning AdrS Martin Resnick B Ad. Ernest Rich AGS Chester j. Ricker Au'fS Donald T. Rippey Educ, William R. Ritter Engr. Frank Roberts B Ad. julia Anne Rodgers AWS Elizabeth W. Roeder Acb'S Phillip W. F, Roeder Adv'S Milton A. Rohane AUS Howard Rolfe Educ. Abenicio V. Romero Educ. Stanley E. Romine Pharm. Edgar C. Roper Engr. Susanna Ross AdrS Georgia Rothgeb AUS Martin Rubenstein A05 Keith M. Rucker Engr. Wfarren Rust AMS 'james H. Ryan Engr. Robert R. Ryan AUS Charline Sage Educ. Joy Sallee Educ. Lloyd A. Sallee Engr. a prehistoric student of the deadly arts is presumed to have slain the Mammoth formerly attached to the tusk in tl1e foreground. Tom Bahti, left, and Ed Dittert, Anthro majors, display the former resident of jal. Q31 J 1 V3 5 'nr Qi 4, l,, 75 S! , ,AQ S, f 2 A t, "TI Y' 'uf T nikki ALL ,qi fl f I FL tg., 1: -. ,, w. C' P fl ' 1 3 f ,AQ fr? 7 . 4- 1 H affk I ,Q E U 1 1 M 'F ' - 1 if Tw -2, Q 'T x 'C' , , ' I ,. I 1, , ' 1-X' v V 0 ll me , Y A J I W w M 'za if E Qi' , if' m ' 'Jw lxxlx X F gkff- .r , f -uf, W X M . - N . 'TV l by x4 . X 1 1 Q ' Abs? ' I Q, .L T4 Q. - . r , W. V ' 41 A .AX -F' -v 'V' MLA 3 . .-,V. VY , , , l ,p , '- r f - ' in-sf 1 . . Y 1 ' . ., ' P3 -, ' Q ' ,...,?..- ,. K ' ,.' Q -- , , .gm ' 3, . - T,-ff 3' A' f -L, f 44? I p J , 1 1 P f, rx " 1 .. , Fl ,Av ,sv J WW i -- tor 7 A 'V . Lg L, ' 1 . A af, l l Q, ff, fx W V -H , , . 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L1 1, -' rf HX 'Q 9 -L Rv '-' 7 6 5 - Q, M L. n nfs I XQIJWXY, COLOR PHOTOGRAPH BY ROY MADDISON 65 the student council fx Ol I ICEIXS P1Cb1de11L Bob THILIILIL IQCLOICIIIIU SCLILUIIY Dave K1mb1ll C O11LSlJO11d1llU Scucluy B111 F1elds TlC1blllCl M1111 Slulus Ieft I0 rzrflzt mound llza lable I 111, Hess B111 Spce1 Duck C Innes Bob Llll1.,fOld IS 1111111011 In D nc Klmh all Floyd Sxhm M1111 Sulfus B111 l ldcls Front row, left to right: Tess Kersting Elaine Aronow Bobbie Breziclier jackie Heurie Rosemary jones Ieanne Czlldarelli -Louise Gray Second row: George Burns Betty Ramsey Pzllricizi l'lOll'lIl2.lll Liz Scanlon Carolyn Koch janet Cole Laurie Pershing Margaret jenn Sweeney Oscar Robles 12 nclc. mm : Bob G.runii'k june Powell Terry Rowe Emily Large Alyee Theodore Rose Ellen Mzn'lin Gypsy jo Bennett Bob Lyons OFFICERS President ..... ......,......... B ill Arntz Vice President . . . . .Paul Czlsabonne Secretary .... .... J anet Cole the IHS 6 tudent senate -Nt Front row, left to right: Ruric Mason: Bill Blnncg Bill Arnlz, Presidentg Paul Cusabonneg Lew Whitingg Bob L2lI1gf0l'Cl. Second -row: jack Cargillg Warren Rustg Henry S. Kaplinskig Lyle Talbot: LeRoy Browng Dean Yearoutg Gene Merrill: Allen Fuhs. Back row: Russell Dukeg Ruben Rodriguezg Daniel Mueller: Donald Sieglar: Larry Speers: Mort T enenbaumg Robert Coxg Frank Bartlett: Ernie Rosenbaum. 1 6 -L Scaled, left to right: Don Xvolking john Catron Riclmrd Lloyd-Jones Eugene Koury Frank Roberts Mort Tenenhaum Robert Mares Slnmling: joe Butterfield Bill Blanc Ed Glaser Dave Kimball LeRoy Brown Sherb Anderson Paul Cnsahonne Dave Nolting Marvin Causey OFFICERS President ............. Richard Lloyd-jones Secretary-treasurer .. . ..... Eugene Koury Senate Representative .... Mort Tenenbaum Khatali, formerly a senior 1nen's honorary with the purpose of furthering the traditions and customs of the University, was extended to include junior men this year. Membership is extended to those senior and junior men who have distinguished themselves in some phase of campus activity while maintaining rt high scholastic average. The traditional Khatali counseling program lor Freshmen wus operated through the Student Council and other organizations this year. with lihatztli assuming leadership for most ol the program. lu the fall red and grey booster hats were sold to the student body by Khatali to further the groups scholarship fund. ln February the annual Devil Dance was revived and UNM's ugliest male was selected-Khatali members were not eligible. 194.8 marked the third year that Khatali was entrusted with handling crowds at home football games. In addition they participated in the crowning of the Homecoming queen and helped with the second annual Fiesta preparations. Seniors had their traditional black sweaters with new white sweaters designed for juniors. LeRoy Brown was co-clrairman of Homecoming committee: Richard Lloyd-Jones was president ol the Judiciary Committee: and Ed Glaser was associate editor of the Lobo. kllatilli as OFFICERS President ..... Vice President . . . Secretary ....,. Treasurer .. Historian . . Fditor ....,.......... Senate Representative . . . Maia chapter of Mortar Board, the national senior women's honorary society, fulfills the national pledge of "Sewice, Scholarship and Leadership." Members are chosen on a basis of scholarship and participation in campus activities. Mortar Board had charge of the women's section of the Freshman counseling program which operated throughout pre-registration week and during the early part of both semes- ters. The election and crowning of the Homecoming queen and the annual Home- coming scholarship Mum Sale were also numbered among early activities. Again this Spring the Mortar Board spon- sored Stunt Night brought a welcome break in school routine for most of the campus. The "Hanging of the Greens" at Christmas, and participation in Campus elections, as well as a number of social events for outstanding women on campus, Hlled the year. Outstanding members were Roberta Young, who was elected Senior Class Presidentg Ruthe Cunningham, president of Phrateresg and Barbara Grimmer, president of Alpha Chi Omega. mortar board . . . . . .Phyllis Krell . . . .Barbara Crinnner . . .Ruthe Cunningham . , .hlessainine Musson . . . . . . .Shirley Crist . . . . . .Roberta Young . . .Caroline Farnsworth Front 1'uzu,1cfl lo 'riglzl Shirley Crist Caroline Farnsworth Roberta Young Bark row: Barbara Grimmer Phyllis Krell Not slzown: 'lessamine Mnsson Ruthc Cunningham pe-. ,ag -11- QV ,-1 :fl 'wa' ta. Front row, left to right: Mary Etta Bell Mimi Million Mary McCulloh Beverlee Grenko Kathleen Kepner Suzanne Hernandez Ethel Nurge Marilyn Sundstrom Second row: jackie Henrie Pat Holfinan Mary Alice Iilkiu Bobbie Breacher jane Reese Dolores Kallas Imogene M. Hanners Nancy Coleman Tlzircl row: Barbara Eager ' Barbara Stone l'at Perkins Jeannine Stafford Virginia Nelson Mary Emily Gray Suzanne WVilliams spurs OFFICERS President ............,..... Mary Etta Bell Vice President . . . . .Mary Emily Gray Secretary ..... . .Marilyn Sundstrom Treasurer . .... Virginia Nelson Editor .............. . , .Mary McCull0h Senate Representative . . ..... Barbara Stone ANVS Representative . . . . .Nancy Coleman During the past two semesters Spurs, national honoraly for Sophomore women, has served the University of New Mexico in many different ways. At registration each semester, Spurs members give information to Freshmen women and assist them in becoming better acquainted with the school and its activities. Spurs members have helped usher at football games and have participated in most other campus activities. They took part in Homecoming preparations and were members of the traditional Court of Honor for the Homecoming queen. Spurs Founder's Day banquet was held in February. vi ilante At the end of each year Vigilante members are selected from the Freshman class by Khatali, senior men's honorary. These selected members, chosen because they are outstanding in scholastics and extra-curricular activities, form the Sophomore honorary society lor men. Vigilante members work with Khatali to help incoming Freshmen men become acquainted with the traditions, customs and rules of the University. It is also the purpose of Vigilantes to create a more democratic spirit among all students on the campus, by encouraging the participation in extra-curricular campus events. This year the organization ushered at football games, worked on Homecoming preparations, assisted in registration and Freshman counseling. Vigilante worked on the book store project, Fiesta, and sponsored the first dance for all honorary societies. OFFICERS President ..... ..... B ob Langford Vice President ...... . . .Dick Tischhauser Secretary-treasurer .... ......... D ave Ong Senate Representative ........ Oscar Robles Social Chairman ........ Ernest Rosenbaum Advisor ......... Dean Howard V. Mathany Front row, left to rig joe Salazar Eugene Castiglia Oscar Rapelyea Arthur Troum Bob Langford Dick Tischhauser jack Tomlins David Ong Lynne Martin Second row: Ernest Rosenbaum Cal Rogers Larry Speers jack Cargill George Vincent Norman Barnhart Bill Speer Dave Robertson Grant Montgomery Bob Stephenson John Kemman Oscar Robles E .. . -7 T IK 7 fy v , , 2 . ' -,,-'V , Y t 1 t 2 1" V ,f , 'gi L lil il ' . l ,i'- 7 " ' 1 A 'l J? L g 7 La " I i v r f be we X 'I ifvrxl-lv-ii ' , 46 Q: Front row, left to right: Ed Capperg Chester Johnsong Bob Lyonsg George Stevensg Harry Woosley, jr.: Don Siskg E. Caprio: Bob Whipple. Second ro1u:Ed Gignacg Duane Logang Bob Hooverg Carl Thompsong jim Fretwellg P. V. Thorsong Urban Baca: George Pittman: jim Thrasherg Wright Van Densen. Third row: Lee Elmerg Woody Hoffmang Dean Yearoutg james Duster: Gene Langscth: Dr, Daryle E. Kccfcr: john Kinscrg Andy Mitchellg Milton Rohaneg Bert lveirg jim Matthews: Bob Lnngfortl. PLEDCES Front mm, left to rigllt: Bernstein: E. l-Iarrcllg ZLIUIVCYIIQ Hagang Stewartg Lechnerg E. Rosenbaum. Second row: Cowan: Shannong Harbourg Sandoval: Montjoy: Tum- berling Johnsong Stapley. Back row: Ziedmang M. Har- rell: Gallagherg Davisg Mitchell: Hutchinsong Sylvanusg Duniveng Stredg Udellg Van Tassel: Matthews. ,V Q.. -r . ,. vt.: -'TE-' ,gi-q,gw.gr':v1'ivv'?fvvf-'T-TFT'7'jfr' " ''-'-s35'imf'l5'5 i52F:Q'r'?W5fJsvLj.tiff Fifa-fi' fair- 'fs ibn , . AY. ,- Q-4-A. Y nr. :. . .en-,, rp -, , . it -I -'. -.- . .v ,. ,, .,,n.N Q .. . . 1. ' 2 ' -' - , Y ,,,..- il Y- ,. W, a A . 1 . One of the most active service organizations on the University campus is Alpha Phi Omega. Name any campus event from Freshman coun- seling to graduation exercises-and A Phi O either initiated it or took an active part in it. A society founded upon the principle of com- plete democracy ir1 membership, aims and actions, the Delta Tau chapter has upheld this since its formation on our campus in 1946. OFFICERS President .......... .... g Iohn Kinser First Vice President . . . . . .Harry Woosley Second Vice President . . . .Jim Matthews Treasurer .........,,.. . . George Stevens Corresponding Secretary ..,.... Urban Baca Recording Secretary .... . .Milton Rohane Historian .......... .......... E d Gignac Faculty Adviser . . . . .Dix Daryle E. Keefer alpha phi omega tternlen clu The ILLLCIIIILII s Club IS 1111 Olgllllllllfbll ol 111 men SlllClC,l1L9 who 11 ue been Olllhllliillllg wlnlc lcprcsenung LllL UIIIYLISIIY on the l1.l1.lL1.lC field 1nd uorks 111 lCCO1C1'111C.C WV1lll 1l1lCb lud down by the Mhleuc. Counul Tl1e club '1l1.l10l1gl1 111aCt1ve Clllflllg the 11 ll ye 11s 11'1s become actnc '1g'l1l1 'lllfl now part1c1p1tLs 111 111 c'1111p11s lunctlons Ils 11121111 purposes :ue to plomolc ClllllllSldSIT1 among those 111ter1.sted m '1tl11eL1cs 10 do 111 ll can to luxther '1th lcucs lIlCl to try '1t '111 Llmes L0 c1e'1te school sp111t 111 the sLudenL body NI 1111 s0c1'1l lllIlCll0l1 lOl the LCIICIITICH lb ll1c -Xnn111l Le1tern1e11 S D1ncc held 111 Defembel 1111s yen' A1 1111s Lune a1111c1s 11L glVCl1 LO the uhleles who 11'lXC lhc 1 eL1e1n1en 1w1rc1 1 Token ol APPI'CLl'1Ll0I'1 10 the PCISOH who l1'1S clone most 101 11h1L11cs durmg Lhe yeal Tlus 1wa1d went L0 Mr M 111111 Heck lor 1947 48 Letlcunen 1A'll'll'lll10' 'lwalds 111 1948 v1e1e Rudy K1 111 Tootbill lllge 11 15101111 B1s11eLb'11l VIIICC C'1PPClll Biseball Flelchu Fhompson Track Jun Dost C011 oe P'1l'11'1 Tenms V IISIIY Gul CllT1lllC Gr1111l1'1m OITICIQRS P1es1dent V IHCC Cappelh X lee P1es1dent VIIILC F101 1110 Secuetary Bob La11cke1 Faculty AClV1SO1 P101 XV1l11am C Wag11e1 fllnll101U,l1fIl0llglll 11011 Scoll Xlxll gllllfll Bob C11clcl1110s VIIIIL l-11011110 Vmce C'lpPCll1 B011 I lllC1xCl 131111 91111111 I 1111 Hess S1 cond 1011 111118011 K11'1pp D IXL Becker loc Lydcn 1111 N01 111 loc W1ll1s 11111: COOPCI 1,112,011 15101111 101111 1-I Ill Vllgll Bolcler lJlLlx 1VllllfOlC Dlck M11Lon C-cmga 1550011110 I IIIH1 10111 john l111lC1'1ll1S Hub C0011 e111 111114011111 Rudy Kr'11l 15111 SPLCI l1e1L11c1 11-1110111135011 l'lBl1lX I1cobs Al S101 111 Kenny H111 NI01L l1CHCl1lJ'11l1'l1 e , s h " ' E., "1 , -, . , '. ' '. . ,., '., ' ' . , .- J W . ,, 1.1. " . , . 1 . . ,. .... .- - .. I 7' . . ,. 2 , I, ,. , .I . z I . ,. ' . 11' A:', . '-.1 1 - "2 '. ' 1 1 . ' ' .'. ' ' 44 -4 . . . . . 3 ' 1.- 1':' '. ' ' ' ' " ' ,.' z 1 '. 1' -, ' A, ' 'z'.'z'1"' z ' .' ,I ' been 111081 0l1lS1.il11LllUg in each sport. A Varsity Girl is also chosen. Each year .1 X , .1 . ' 1 1 1' ' " "." ' .J -, . ' , '1 1' ' A '. 'Q ' ' A I . 1' ' - . L.: ' . , 1 1.- ' ' a A - ' I V -: I -2 , 1 K : 1- I - ry . .u D ' K 2' .1 . . , .' 3141" "', pg ' U, '- .I 1 3-1 111, . ',z 1 .. 'I 1 l 1. Y' A ' a 4 4 A4 1- 'I - X I.. . 1. . W . i. ' ' 1 ' ' ........ . .......... ' 1 . - Q A . . . . Q K ' ',z 1 .... . .. I . ' 1 'l' . Front row, left to right: Mrs. Helen Ellis Mary Silverman Jeanne Bornstein Romona Fleming Dr. Paul F. Xvalter, jr. Second row: YValtcr Brunct Marjorie Rice Robert Shore Elizabeth Roeder Roberta Young Irving Bobb Hack row: Allan Chapman A. B. Chavez Mr. W. Steglich Dr. Miguel Jorrin OFFICERS President ............... Jeanne Bornstein Vice President . . ...... Robert Shore Secretary .......... ..... R omona Fleming Faculty Advisor ........... Mrs. Helen Ellis Nat'l Representative. . .Dr. Patil F. VValter, jr. Alpha Kappa Delta, national honorary Sociology society, was founded at the University of Southern California in 1920, for the purpose of encouraging research in Sociology. Alpha chapter of UNM was organized on the campus in 1940 with eight charter members. Its aim is to stimulate scholarship not only among members, but among all students of Sociology. Alpha Kappa Delta meetings are held once a month, and are generally open to the student body when special guest speakers are on the program. The society sponsors the Social Forum Group, an informal organization that meets twice monthly to discuss current social problems. An initiation banquet was held in November, at which time the following stu- dents were admitted: Donald Cliggett, Edward Gaughran, Marjorie Rice and Mrs. Elizabeth Roeder. Mr. Yifinfred Steglich, faculty, is also an addition to the society, having translerrecl from Alpha Kappa Delta at the University of Texas. alpha kappa delta 5 alpha kappa ps1 Bet'1 Tau Chapter of A1ph'1 ICZIPITI PS1 fratermly vt ts 1nst111ec1 at the UUIVCISIKQV of New Meuco on M'1y Q 1948 Alpha IX'lPPl 1's1 15 the lalgcst 'md oldest lJ1OfCSSlOl1'l1 Busmess AdH1l11ISlflllOl1 O10'lI11lZ1l1O11 1n thc counuy The pr1nc1p11 alms of I11lS f1 1te1n1ty ale to fOSlC1 SCICUIIHC reseftrch m the fields of commerce accounts 'md fmance md to educate the pubhc to apprecmte the lugher 1dea1s therem Each year the gnwduaung SCUIOI WIC11 the lughest scholasuc 'lverage 1n the College of Busmess .AC1l'Il1111Sl1I'dl11Oll 15 llVdI'C1CC1 the Alpha Kippa P51 Sc11o11rsh1p Medalhon Beta T'1u sponsors lectures by New Mexlco bllSlIlCSS1T1El'l 111 the fields of mwest ments bdllklllq accounts and merchandwmg Flelcl tups mto vanous mdusmes 'ne '1 put of the legular ploglam OFFICERS PlCSIC1CI1l1 Bob Gaucla V 1ce PI'CS1C1Cllf 1m R1fC111C Secletary B111 Morus T1 easmer B111 Lo1d Master of Rltual Bob Schooley Faculty Adv1se1 R1chard II Strahlem Front vow left lo 11 Bob GTTCIW B111 1xIO1l1h hI'll'llCS Rxtchle B111 Lord Robert Koch 51111 Angell Ch'l11ey Collms jose Sanchez leste1 Sxx Ilrnest Ca1m1c11acl 1V11l1'1I'C1 Pteklxel Shelly Al1C1ClSOI1 Chules Webel B111 111111116618 Tlmd wow Bob Schooley Lexus C Denson Iclmes Shexrxtt R C Deffenh'1ngh 111111121161 VVlC1xCll9 john D SHLIICIS W Scott B1dd1e U . 2 . . . ' 'z' ' . ' ,' 7 , .' ' . , 4 1 , . 1 1 . ' 4 . . -. . . 2 . Ml .p . J - . . U . l . . 1 . . N b . . Q . I. . ' 1 Q L 1 ' 1 - . . . 1 , c , c ' .Jw . 1 C - Q K . . . . 1 . 6 , - . . . . I 1 ' N' 4 1 '7 1 , . , , ' , , . Second row: I L 1 . . 4- - .Y 4 - ' L . .. . 4 4 ' ' 1 6 Q V - . -.' Y I V' .' .............,....... L , X . 1 1 . . Q 4 . . 1 1 - 4 . . K a . 4 , , K as A 1 'L sv i 't ts Front row, left to riglzlr John Nakayama , , , Mr. Harold P. Rogers OFFICERS 5m,,,,d ,-on., President ..... . George Durand Tom Wootton Donald Drennau Andrew Durand George Wladika Ross Schmidt Third row: Willis Groth Mr. Louis Child G. B. Durand Dr. M. Hendrickson Mr. Frank Lane Parker jones Norm Riebe Vice President . ........ Ross Schmidt Secretary ..... ...... K Iohn Nakayama Treasurer . . . . .Miz I-Iarold P. Rogers Sponsor . . . . .Dr. Morris Hendrickson The national honorary mathematics fraternity, Kappa Mu Epsilon, was founded in 1931 to provide a society for the recognition of outstanding achievement in the study of mathematics, and to further the interests of mathematics for under- graduate students. Only accredited four-year colleges are eligible to have chapters. Membership is limited to facility members and those regularly enrolled students who have completed at least one semester of calculus, and have a general scholastic and mathematics average of 2.0 grade points or better. New Mexico Alpha holds regular monthly meetings at which speakers present topics of interest to mathematicians. kappa mu epsilon kappa 0llli13l'0l'l phi The purpose of Kappa Oniicron Phi is to provide a common ground for association for women majoring in Home Economics. To further this end this national professional honorary society each year spon- sors activities for its nlernbers and for all women students in Home Ec courses. Pi chapter was formed on the University of New Mexico campus in 1935, and has continued since in successful operation. OFFICERS President . . ............... Billye Brantley Recording Secretary ..... . . .Lily Townsend Corresponding Secretary ...... Delores Heath Treasurer ............. . .Marjorie Miner i l Fro-nl row, left lo right: Marjorie Miner Dolores Heath jean Caldarelli Scronzl row: I,ily Townsenrl Florence Schroeder Mrs. Elizabeth Simpson Billye Brantley Susana Ross Iiarlc row: lietty Lou Grogan Alice Crcccy Pat Hutchinson Madeline Slnnagc jean Loveall Norma Person Q' - C? .Q J 'CD' 9 T Front row, left to right: Rex Powell I-larry Lee Charles Nesting W'ayne Sowell Billy J. Carpenter Kenneth Vanselous .Second row: Donald Spencer Ruric Mason William Vaughn Byrne Cates Victor Keyes Tom Sanchez Ben Maestas Robert Wventworth Edward Capper Iimrk row: Don Gladman Y'Villian1 McKinley Robert Nance C. R. Corwin Bill Babcock Wilbur Tucker jimmy Wallace Stanley Romine Charles Vcrtrees llcvins Clark Tom Shilton Tccl Alu' .lnlius llarscy XV. I... Cutlnrcy OFFICERS President ..... . . .K. C. Vanselous Vice President . . . .... Don Spencer Secretary ...... ...... H arry Lee Treasurer ............ . . .Bill Carpenter Grand Council Deputy . . . . .YV'ayne Curry Historian ............ ....... A l Daily Chaplain . . . .Jimmy Wallace Now five years old on the UNM campus, Kappa Psi received a special boost this year with the opening of the new Pharmacy building. The purpose of this fraternity is to promote high standards in scholarship and pharmaceutical researcli. Kappa Psi endeavors to promote a closer relationship among its members and among all students in the College of Pharmacy. Regular meetings are held twice monthlyg a business meeting and a social meeting to which guest speakers are invited. An All-Pharmacy Men's Smoker was held in the Student Union Building on October 14, and other social events were held during the year. kappa psi 1 a 9 a theta P111 Alpha Them, the I1'lf10112ll ll0llO1'l1y Hlstory fliilelllliy w'1s founded at the UIIIVCTSIIY of Alkansis 1n 1921 qlgTI1'l chapter W'lS 1r1st1lled at the Unlverslty ot New Mex1co ln 1936 The pulpose of th1s group 15 to encourage 21 lngh stand 1rd of scholfuslup among students ol Hlstory to promote a genume mterest 1n the study of Hxslory to pxoude '1 medlum lor the presentmon and pLllJllC3Il0ll ol the 1esul1s of lnstouml 1CSC'llCl1 'md to fostu il Spllll ol fellowshnp 'rmong ns xncmbels Act1v1t1es lOl tl1e past yeal lnclude IJ'1lt1C1Pdll1011 1n the nmtlonal convenuon 'lt YVh1Cl1 ume Joseph B'lylCl1 was sent to represent S1gma chapter Th1s year the on h1stor1c'1l subjects wrxtten by members of the tr'1te1n1ty 'md clrrylng news ol the 'ILIIWIUCS of membels not on Campus An lIllt1'1ll10ll of new membels took plume 111 the bpllllfl semeslel 'Ind the 1nnu 11 I11lllE1ll0l'1 b mquet w IS held than OITICF RS Pxesldent D1 Em 1que Lufro S1lVZl Scuemry t1 621911161 A1 tlnu N Loveud Faculty AdV1SO1 Dr Jos1ah C Russell I-'I07Il?0ZU,16ft to Hgh! Audrey A Ta Xrthur N Loxerxdgc Peagy Amot C"l1Ol1l1C rlI'llSlVO1ll1 joseph O Baylen Back 1 ow D1 I C Russell gCyl'l10lll S Rovnc1 lWl21I'1011 D'ug'1n X'V1ll121Il'l P AIIUSLIOIIU Iohn H Hood Dorothy Woodn nd CD1 Lxnlque Lugo S1lY'l P1cs1dent no shounj 1 1 4 p h ' l I h ' ' ' 1. ' c . qc 4 l ' ' ' I , c ' . . A Q U l . . M. K 6 V . I . . . . ' 2 . ' . .A .L r 1 . 3 K ,Q ' .' . ' l ' .1, 1 A l L . I I I . l 7 , , py chapter published the first issue ol 21 quarterly periodical devoted to short papers Shirley EflriCkS011 . . I . . K . L A . Y I 2 . . In . , 1" 1 1 z 1: 'Q ' 4 4 1 1 'A ' . ' 1 . 1 . ......... . ,D n G ' ' 1 - ' . A ' ..... ' ' . ' ge ' ' wg 1 . . ,Ry , I , , . Front row, left to right: F. Castcttcr L. B. Mitchell R. B. johnson George Arms C. V. lvickcr A. R. Lopes Frank C. Hihhen F. M. Kcrcheville Sefconrl row: William F. Dejongh Lena C. Clauve Mamie T. Miller Miguel .Iorrin Elizabeth P. Simpson xvillllil Shelton Doro! hy NVoodwarcl Iinrk row: XV. Koster H. G. Dittmer Benjamin Sacks Marshall R. Nason Q -l rl . A "l ., -- .-.. 1 OFFICERS President ..... .... F rank C. Hibben Vice President . . . . .YVihna Loy Shelton Secretary .... ........ f Xlfred R. Lopes Treasurer . . . .Mamie Tanquist Miller Phi Kappa Phi is the national honorary scholastic fraternity on the UNM campus. Founded in 1897 as a local organization at the University of Maine, the group was soon expanded to a national status. Our chapter came into existence in 1916. Phi Kappa Phi is similar to the other national scholastic honorary, Phi Beta Kappa: except that the former awards membership to seniors, graduates and faculty members in all colleges of the universities, rather than in Arts and Sciences only. Each year Phi Kappa Phi awards two ten dollar prizes to the outstanding Fresh- man man and woman, and a twenty dollar award to the highest ranking Senior. Certihcates of accolnplislnnent are presented to high ranking Freshmen each year. This spring the fraternity held its annual public lecture. phi kappa phi plslma Nlp111 Nu c111ptL1 01 the 11111011111 11ono111y 1Jl01Og1C2l1 souety 17111 Slgm 1, XVIS metnlled Xprll '11 111513 OTlUll1l11,' 111 1101101 xry I'C5C'l1C1l souety, the o1gan1Z'1t1o11 IS now COl1hlClCI'CCl '1 W0l1xl11g gu11tl of 1Jl010g1SfS 111terested 111 IESCHTC11 Llecuon to P111 Slgllll IS 111 0pp01Cll1'l1Iy 101' bettel work 1 111101 th 111 merely 610611011 to 111 1101101 1ry BOCICLY Durmg the Cl1r1stmas 1lO11d'lyS Alpln Nu Chapter was host 'lt t11e 1948 Natlonal Meetmg held 111 Albuquerque The meetmg was attended by delegates from o111e1 c11apte1s '1t colleges over the Umtecl States and hom tl1e UHIVCISIIY of Nlemco In '1dd1t1o11 to se1f.r11 busmcss meetmgs 21 sc1ent1f1c program conslstmg of the PI'CbCl'lIIll0ll of student pupcm 1 Held Lr1p 'md lectures mule up 111 OITICP RS P1 CS1C1Cllt Larly Go1d0n Vue P1 es1de11t Fe1d Su1111e1l 'Ste1tt11yt1eas111e1 131411121 I-I111m.111 11111801 171 II 1' Casrettel I'1o11l 111111 lcft I0 711, I1 11111 VICIIICSIHX D1 1111 Hllll1lll1 N115 Ho1x'11dI D11l111t1 XVHIL1 511111 1c1cl S111111cI1 Back row YV Koster C C ioff 1-louud I Dll1mCl L l Cf1stc'Hc'1 R D 101 H C Cox Roger Hfolkyns C1l11e1tC11t1e1lLL I o o 1 2 J' T ' 2 ' ' 'I ' ' ' " ', ' " 1 1. I ' . 2 ' L . ' ' . ry -Q 4 , I . ' . I . sz v I I I . . . 1 I , L . 1 - I ' ' , w ' . ' . 1 1 . 1 '12 ' A 1 ', ' ,, 2 - v . ZA .H I t ,- , 1 , ' Q . . . I 1 I .L,.hL. 1lUPOl'IIHl1L part of 111C yc:1r's nrlivilics. l,.:11'1'1' Gordon ,'z : ' z X N 1 'c ' I . 4 ' 4 4 1 ll . . . ' ............ . . . . . . ' ' Df, . 't " ..... . ' ' D11-3-I J,,A,,-, -, - , Dr. 'z' -. ' ' 1 . 1 V - ......... 1. 5. 1.7. Y i. . I. ' 1' 1' '. 1 1 "' Front row, left to right: Dr. William Dejongh Ray H. lVilmore Sabine Ulibarri Leon Marquez Ruben Cobos Raymond Biondi Second row: P. AI. Lunardini Elizabeth Stout Rosalyn Campbell Marshall R. Nason Elizabeth McKee Terry Palmer Dr. Miguel jorrin Back row: Dr. F. M. Kerehevillc llionisio Costales james H. Doster Albert Lopez Eugene Bollard OFFICERS President ................. Sabine Ulibarri Vice President . . .Dr. NVilliam F. Dejongh Recording Secretary ........ Therese Palmer Corresponding Secretary. .Marshall R. Nason Treasurer ................. Beverly Casler Phi lvlu Chapter of Phi Sigma Iota was installed on April goth, 1948, with an initiation of thirty-live members. The ceremony was conducted by Dr. Ralph E. Warner, University of Colorado, national treasurer of the society, with these members of other chapters now at the University helping him: Dr. Francis M. liercheville, head of the Department of Modern Languagesg Professors Ruben Cobos, Lucie Elliot Adams, Marshall R. Nason, Miss Flora Sarinopoulos. The foregoing along with Dr. Donald A. McKenzie were admitted as alhliates and brought the total membership to forty-one. ' The Society encourages high scholarship, individual research, and the furthering of friendship and understanding between this country and those speaking Romance languages. Membership is extended to students taking advanced lan- guage courses and maintaining high scholastic standing. Faculty members, gradu- ate students, and honorary members complete the list eligible for membership. phi si Ina iota pl lambda theta x1P111 M11 c111p1e1 01 P1 L1n1bc1 1 Them .1n 1101101 ny oxg ll1lLdI1011 for women 111 611110111011 lCLClVCCl 115 chnter 111 October of 1939 Selectlon ol members IS based on scholarslup 'md reco111111e11d1t1o11s from College 01 l:dllC'lfIOI1 f21cu1ty as to character 'md 1e'1clersl11p The PUIPOSCS of the o1g'1n1zaL1on ire to develop fellowslup '1111ong women 111 ed11c'1t1o11 1nd to 511111111 1te SCllOl'lI'Sl1lp ACIIXIUCS for the year lncluded monthly progmms on CClllL1 l1Ol1dl IOPICS '1ss1st111ce fo1 El needy school 111 Germany enco111age111e11L of the Il 11101111 1C.'1Cl1C1 recru111r1ent PI'Og1'llH md 1ss1stanee 1n Ofgafllllflg 1 Future Feachel s Chaptex ll Albuquerque H1g11 School OITICLRS P1CSlCl61'lI M1s K'1t11.11111e MeF'111 V'1CC Pres1de11t Mrs LOlS D1ttme1 SCCIETPIIY D1 182113.11 LOUISE Cooke Couespondmg Secretzuy T11eodo1a Cooper T1 easu1 C1 Esther Sell Sponsor Mls Ill11abeth Sunpson P1 L1111bd.1 1116115 1llllgllLSlS O11 llxe or.c1s1o11 ol 1 1JlCd.1xfdSl held Clllllllb 111L NL11 Mexmo L11111111111111 Xssoc11L1011 ll1C6lll11., lhe brewkfast Ib 111 1111111111 .llfdll to make posslble thc .1tte11111mc of held 111e111be1s lllll SPCCI 11 guests 11110 llVC '111 1y from Albuquerque md cannot 1llClld the legular chapter meetmgs 0 A A . , . . ' ' , . . , ., .., H. ' ' . ' . f. z 1 1 , 1. 1 . , .. . . 2 " . ' ' . . . Y .L I I. ' C 2 ' 2 1 . ' ' ' ' . '1- . Ill. ,K , .. . ,Z 1 , . , ' .. 1 ....' . ' ',' 4 " J ' , . 1 , . ,. . . 1 . 44 4 .....-...-. a C C 4 , . , , . ' . ' ,.. .,.. , .,.' '. ..,.. J , , ,, ,.'. 5 .. ' . ,. ' ' ' , . 1 .i 1 . , . . , , I . . I .. , . 1,1 ,1 1 ' . Ifrrml row, lcfl In riglzl: Ifloy Clark Ingrid Oppenheimer Matilda Agcaoili joycc Johnson Helen McAnally Arlene Deavanport Martha Rose Wilson Second row: Anita Sandoval Pat Dickson Mrs. jane Anderson Mildred Morrow Dean Lena Clauve Pat Yates Evelyn Watson lierna Deen Parks Peggy DeOliviera Hack row: Camille Grantham Billie Jean Reynolds Ruth Crothe Barbara Griflin Suzanne Hernandez Mary Etta Bell june Nordeen Mary Conger Margaret Spaherg Mitzi Reed Evaclean Civerolo Rose Ellen Martin Anna Beth Black Rosemary Stockton President .,... Vice President. OFFICE RS . . . . . . . . . .Mildred Morrow Recording Secretary .. . . Rosemary Stockton . . Maebeth Ridings Treasurer .......... A ......... Floy Clark Sergeant-at-arms . . . , .Camille Grantham Chaplain ....... ...... R uth Grothe The local chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota was organized in 1927 as a music club. Pa-Yat-Ya-Mo chapter became nationally afhliated in 1935. Membership is limited to those who have a major or minor in music. Activities of the past year included a lall tea which was held at the Chi Omega house for all university students of music. An open recital of music by contempo- rary American composers was given. The traditional candle-light vespers service of Christmas music was given in December, before the holidays. sigma alpha iota I 84 si Sigma Tziu is the engineering honorary on the UNM campus. It is rt national organization with the purpose of recognizing scholarship and professional attain- ment. Chi chapter was aliiliatecl with the national in 1928. Membership is selected from those men who rank in scholarship among the upper one-third of the Juniors and Seniors in the College of Engineering. Membership also is granted to members of the faculty and to prominent practicing engineers. OFFICERS President . .' ........... . . J. L. Dossey Vice President ......... ..... W . Baisley Corresponding Secretary ..... Thomas Dorn Recording Secretary .... ....... K I. T. Black Treasurer .......... . . .Donald H. Baer Historian . . . , . .l5. W. Washburn lllil tall Front row, left lo right: D. Drennan J. Van Buskirk Black J. Arnold Scott W. Buisley Second row: D. Lloyd Mr. Tapy Mr. Foss Dorn Mr. Grace j. Dossey Ellermeyer YV. E. Holtkamp Malotun Back row: W. Crolh Birk Baer jones Barncorcl E. Dow M. Causey B. Washburn '. ' A:..gi5,?L ,. Y 4. 1 -N.,-Ajv...1 - -.Q -i Q2 .'. .ag an af Sealed, left to riglzt: Richard Lloyd-jones C. V. Wicker Roberta Young Dean H. O. Ried julia Keleher Pres. Tom L. Popejoy Simnrling: john Trowbridge Bob Granick T. M. Pearce Elsie Hollman lValter Brunet Roy XVingale OFFICERS President ...... ,..,.. R ichard Lloyd-jones Vice President . , . ........ Bob Granick Secretary ...... . . .Elsie Holfman Treasurer . . . .Roy Mfingate Sponsor . .. .H. O. Ried Tau Kappa Alpha, national forensic honorary, was established at UNM in 1940 to encourage the University Debate team, to provide speech activity for interested students, and to take part in programs sponsored by the national organization. Activities for 1948-49 included sponsorship of the first Annual New Mexico State High School Debate Tournament, revival of the intra-mural debate tourna- ment, encouragement of model legislature, and participation in intercollegiate debate activities as representatives of the University ol' New Mexico. tau kappa alpha If american society of mechanical cnglnccls lhe AXHCYICIII SOCICLQ ol Meclrmlc 11 Lngmeexs 11 15 .ls us pxmupal objecuve the 'ldx mee mem ol the IIICOIV md pmctlfe of mer l1'l11IC'll engmeexmg ind the mamten mce of high P101-CS510l1ll St mdmg 'among 1ts members XCIIXIUCS fm the ITISI ye LI COIl5lSlCCl ol peuocllc lllf.CllIlgS xt wluch CCCl1l'llCll moues were shown 'md techmcal papers rmcl OCClSlfJI11l lectures hom PCISOIIS lctlve 111 the LHUIUCCI mn Held xx ere plesemed OFFICLRS Plebldem NV1ll1am Balsley XIICC P1es1denL Geowe I NVlad1ka Secletsuy txe'1su1e1 IIIIIHY Blooks 513011501 Mr IIdwardC Rlghtley lou Second row Suoul Columbus Arthur Dalby Gregory Bullo Clookes Ienseu G B Dlllillfl X Mlllex Tlmcl row Hodfnpp Doman XNIIUIJLIIC, L'1cy XllLlCIS0ll Hollman Llarnfxs D lmels Credle Busley Fomth mu I'IlllSCl'l Bemlss Ilcesc Molnn Saudoml A Dllldlld M Randall Mor'm Slfuentes I ONea1 Mmm Tfnlbext Fzfth ww C, ONeal C,o1pm'm Wul Dlennan Blooks Back vow Croudel Otto Kem Rltter Bemse Mxhm Kms, lvons H J Sxmth an L.. Q 4 l O o 0 0 0 ,. In .I . V' . W I .Z T A. W. -.I . 4. I 1 72 b Q z 1 . 3 . ' . ' " ', . ' 1 ' ' ' ' 1 . 2 . " ' ' ' . A. Q It Vi. , .. . A. I .j .Z V. Y Z' 1 . 1. . ai " . -. " J: ' ' 1 5' '- rl ' ' ' 3. . . ....... . Q K . - .... ....j -V' ' - - h - 1 4 ' - Front row, left to right: Hllaclika, Grolh. P. F. Jones, Dunlevy, B:11'uco1'd, D. Harwood, XV. Harwood, C. ll. Holtkzuup, Comp- , H N V I - v ' . '- . ,' . . ' Y " 5 1 1 A ' 9 ' 1 I- y y ' ' 1 A J f ' ' ' ' 3 L " " , ' ' , ' " " .' A ' ', , ' , , .' , g , tr, ..I .', . .- . X' Q ' M47 Y-,Y'.,u-l-rf""- .H A -- l - . . e - From row: W. H. Mullins, Keith Cooper, Elwin Schaefer, Thomas Dorn, jim Arnold, Frank Stoklas, Isaac Abcyta, Higinio Costales. jr., E. M. Hodges, Dean Yearout, john Smelser, Gilbert Lopez, john l'. Smith. Second row: B. Mlashburn, Homer Sargcant, Earl Holcomb, C. j. Holtkarnp, R. E. Hatch, l'. A. Stickler. joe Pearce, Fred T. Sinnott, Reed Brainerd, Roland Copper, Albert Martain, Irwin West, james Dossey, D. A. Brannan. Third row: Loyle Baltz, Paul Franko, jack Finnegan, john Sinkew, W. E. I-Ioltkamp, O. M. Fligner, G. Lagomarsini, H. Nikolakakis, H. Wirth, john Vignali, T. B. Panicello. Fourth row: E. P. Brooks, C. G. Scott, H. A. Larberg, W. H. McDonald, Don Nvolking, Pitts. R. G. Morton, King, R. W. Taipy, Ellis, Randall. Fifth row: Elbert Harrison, Krause. limrk row: Martin, jacobsen, Reifl. OFFICERS President ....... i ....... Everett C. Dow Vice President .... . . .George Lagomarsini 'Secretary-treasurer ........ james L. Dossey Advisor . .I ....... . . .Prof. Ralph VV. Tapy In 1884 the American Institute of Electrical Engineers was founded with its principal objective being the advancement of the theory and practice of electrical engineering and the allied arts and sciences, and the maintenance of a high professional standing among its members. This student branch is open to any unclerclassman who is majoring in electrical engineering, and upon graduation he may join the graduate branch. This student branch conducts monthl xneetin s at which movies and technical a ers are . . V g . . . . P presented. In addition, lectures by local men active in the engineering held were heard. american institute of electrical en ineers institute of radio engineers The Institute ol' Radio Engineers, organized nationally in IQI2 and locally in 1948, is dedicated to the science of radio connnunications and electronics, and to promoting the professional welfare of engineers engaged therein. The monthly publication, P1'0ceecling.v of the Institute of Radio Erzginmfrs, portrays a history ol' the important development in radio engineering. Activities this semester have been varied: a trip to Los Alamos, movies depicting electronics at work, a talk on aspects of antenna problems by Mr. R. Hoffman ol' Sandia Base, and an illustrated lecture on the panoramic viewer by Mr. li. Miller. The Student Branch was honored by a visit from Dr. Shacklelord. President of the Na- tional I.R.E., who presented an interesting talk on the technical and economical problems ol television. Ol"l"lC,2lf1RS Chairman ...... 4 . . .Elbert Harrison Vice Chairman ......... . . ,Don Mfolking Corresponding Secretary . . . . .Oscar Fligner Treasurer .................. Thomas Dorn Advisor . . . . .Mr. YVilliam Mullins 'I"rrmt row: VV.,l-I. Mullins, I-lomer Sargcant, Isaac Abeyta, Gilbert Lopez, Frank Stoklas, Thomas Dorn, O. M. Fligner, lilhert Harrison, Don Xvolking, E. M. Hodges, james L. Dossey, Irwin West. Second row: B. Washburn, E. K. Cooper, G, ll. Holt- kamp, P. A. Stickler, R. E. Hatch, Joe Pearce, Fred Sinnott, Reed Brainerd, Roland Cooper, I-Iiginio Costales, jr., Prof. Ralph Tapy. Back row: Loyle Baltz, Paul Franko, jack Finnegan, john Sinkew, XV. E. Holtkatnp, H. Nikolokakis, H. Wirth, G. Lagomarsini, J. J. Vignali, T. B. Panicello. 5'-"' 9 '-. ,-:f.aP"-3--. -..,:..., 5 1...,,o- Q-M he-......, 2 ' - . "ve . 1 -J wr -3, - at ii' if ,Q'..vvL5..'- " 'P 1. . - f r'.v.ff .4-4+ 1, if ' . ,-- ,,. -'A 43,1 : ,- 1 ,, - . . Front row, left to riglzt: N. C. Engst, L. E. Garrett, R. Gilbert, W. L. Weger, D. H. Baer, G. L. Vincent, E. J. Vulgan, P. R. Brown, C. A. Bruce, W. S. Heath, S. V. Roberts, J. H. Riddle, J. D. Patterson. Second row: R. L. Shamp, C. L. Gassaway, P. G. McCracken, C. Mariani, J. J. Tagliarino, R. Hinterlitner, J. W. Hailer, M. H. Keiffer, D. R. Hinds, G. R. Stewart, A. F. Boeglin, L. L. Kimball, O. H. Koski. Back row: YVm. G. Pickens, C. XV. Ellis, R. D. Stief, A. L. Hibbs, Dr. R. L. Ferm, D. C. Klien, R. E. Fort, H. R. Clark, P. J. Casabonne, D. N. Sisk, A. Troum, D. Ong, E. F. Fields, R. G. Buergin, B. E. XVil- liamson, L. J. Alary, L. Halsey, XV. S. Perkowski, S. J. Nuccio, M. L. Roskey, D. A. Pitman, H. G. Hoover. OFFICERS President ............. YVillia1n G. Pickens Vice President . . .... Albert F. Boeglin Secretary ..... ,... D . Raymond Hinds Treasurer . . ....... George R. Stewart Advisor . . . .Miz Herbert G. Hoover The student chapter of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers was established at the University of New Mexico in 1947. It has since been ollicially recognized and granted zt student charter by the Council of the Institute. The purpose of the organization is to provide opportunities for the professional develop- ment of students majoring in chemical engineering. Monthly meetings are held to which technical speakers are invited, and motion pictures on technical subjects shown. Climax of each meeting is a smoker designed to promote closer acquuintanceship among the members. ' american institute of ehemieal engineers 'D l I amerlcan soclety of clvll englneels The student CIVIJJICI of the Ameuc an Soczety of ClVll El'lg111CC1S 111 executing IIS funtuon ol bflllglllg t11e student Ill closet conttct wtth the cnglneerlng lJfO16S5lOl'l has sponsored tnlks und 1nov1es by englneers md on thc engmeermg professxon 111 the field The student chaptel etttended the 'tnmml com ennon of the Natxon 11 Souety 111 the Sprmg semester Prwe p'1pe1s wue plesented before the student sectlon by members of the UINM dnpter OITICFRS Pxesldent WV1ll1znn H MtMullen VVICC Plesldent Dean O Hzulell bectetny ohn B Van Busknlt TTCZISLIICI James F Ryan P10111 :ow left to rzglzl J Bllck W MCC01d C Ketchum J Mahoney K Smlth J HCIILCI XV Check W LeIHe1 Second mu R Sandovil D Burela C Attz N Codex J Butkc J V'1n Busklrk W McMullen Pxof R J Toss D Campbell XV lxy C Culbeltson G Coen Tlmd row D Lloyd J Radoslowch W Mfttomn C Stott M Clusey I Lopes 1 Wootton C Duke P Moore H Yazhe E Stelgez C Wh1te C Counts Back mw A DeLong P ONI'1lley XV I'1elds L Swllee C C'tsh E Mnchell W Hlebster J Durnell B Venable 1: Hudson XV Jwmes I Q Q I O I ' ' . .. f ' A 2 ' , , ' V .. ,. .. Q, . . ' , X, . . . . X 41 J... N 1 1 .my C ............ . , ................. . 4 Advlsor..-.................Prof.R.J.1'oss ,L .- 'tv .-r, v - -. 1 1' A A n- 1 gs Y. . 1, . 1 , . , . , . , . 4. , . , . . . K., . 4 , . T-1 - '- - ' .- f . ' . 'R , . , . . . . , . , . z 1 , . . . t ,'. , . , ., . . ' . . ' 7 ' . . 1 , - , . , . , . , , . . . . K, . xc , .' ., . L , 4. 'S ,. L . .': , r ,W L -. . E. NF , H Ji Wif e. N f , 'Ti all 1' -2- I .5 "'-- '- '.-i Y ' ' " 715' .'.3' , A , -rG'r'f'j"1 ' . .w,g" Er 5 f ,. fe, " W J , ,f' L":55j.E. , . . I lil". ' ii, 'fi - " i ' , ir - Y ' ' HH 7. ' ' "T :rr . ' - 4 - Y v , 1, W ' , - - N r, V . ',,,l' Ra, , ,H -, Left to right, around the lable: L. YV. Meeks, Everett Miller, Chuck Williams, Norman Thomas, Jack Malin, Prof. Keen Raf- ferty, Mr. Everton Conger, Ed Glaser, Ed Parham, Hank 'I'rewhiIt, Frances jones, Ramona Fleming, Pete Giannettino. Mar- guerite Olson, LeRoy Olson, jack Samson, Mickey Merchant, Andy Andrews, Snllu Rodman, Marjorie Greer, Jeanne Sllfilll, Drew Mintecr. ' ' Giannettino, Olson, Trewhitt Formed to further interest in journalism through social and professional activity, the UNM Press Club was oflicially organized in April, 1948. Ultimate aim of the group, coin- posed of journalism majors and minors, is to petition for membership in the professional journalism fraternities: Sigma Delta Chi for men, and Delta Theta Phi for women. OFFICERS President .......,....... Pete Giannettino Vice President ..... .... H ank Trewhitt Secretary-treasurer . . . . .Marguerite Olson press club associate women students The Association ol Vtfomen Students, composed of all regularly enrolled women students at the University, was organized here in May, 1930. The purpose of this group is to secure unifonn and individual representation in student activities, to promote broad social interests among University women, and to create a bond among the various wo1nen's organizations. It is governed by a council composed of the president and one elected lower classman from all women's organizations. The Association opened the year's activities by having a "Hen Party" for all women students. Entertainment was furnished by the various men's organizations. In November the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance was given, to which all the Dogpatch personalities arrived en masse. February 12 witnessed the Valentine Formal in the SUB. The Association was hostess to the national convention of the Intercollegiate Association of Women Students at the biennial convention on April 13-17. Approximately 250 delegates and advisors came from go colleges and lllllVCl'SlflCS. OFF ICERS President ..... .... P eggy Piper Vice President . . . .Laurie Persing Secretary ..... . .Nancy Devers i Treasurer ............ .... E mily Large Convention Manager ......... Pat, Paulantis Advisor ............ Miss Mary Carmignani Front row: Rosemary Stockton Peggy Piper Dorothy Anderson Emily Lange Beverly Grenko Frances ljl1l'l'ilC0l.lL Juanita Walters Rose 'Ellen Martin Pauline Martin Second row: Helen Thayer Peggy Sweeney jenahel Faw Lee "l"uol1y Billyc Brantley Ruthe Cunninglian liinily Gray Lola Slytet' Cynthia Clioycc Back tow: Laurie Persing Patty Bailes Carolyn Koch Nancy Coleman Norma Person Ann Dranghtvn jerry Ray Barbara Grinnner Pat l'anlantis Front row, left to Frances Darracott Lydia Garcia Mary Alice Scott .Io Severns Iona Inmon Pat jones Nancy O'Brien jackie Hcnrie jane White S cconcl row : Jeanine jones Sarah Krakow Lindalie Mock Ann Ruthlcdgc Beth Radclatz Frances Curns Nita Mulcahy Pat Giomi Buck row: Ann Jackson Jeannette Cain Pauline Martin Hallie 'Barton -Ioan Henry jackie Milyartl Nancy Lipsett Lola Slyter Evclyn Schoolcral' Dorothy Tracey Pat Salter Miss Milliken riglz K: l OFF IC ERS Chairman .... ........... . . .Pat jones Vice Chairman .,.. . . .jo Severns Secretary-treasurer ...,,....... Iona Imnon Sponsor .,......... Miss Gladys E. Milliken This organization is composed of majors and minors in the X'Vomen's Physical Education Department. The group's purpose is to promote better relationships among the students in physical education. Majors and Minors was established on the U. N. M, campus in 1946. Meetings are held once a month combining business and social activities. The project for this year was the painting and reclecoration olf the student room in the gymnasium. nlajors and minors 94 5 boots and saddles Boots 1nd S lddles 1 elub duoted Lo lxeeplng lllXC the ll llllUOIlS of Hfcstern l1o1sen1.1nsh1p lllll. 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Each year the organization sponsors Engineers Day and attendant activities. Painting the "U" in the Sandias is another project the members handle, as well as the editing of the yearly "Greensl1cet," during the second semester. OFFICERS President .........,.....,. . . .Frank King Vice President . . ..... .jay Burke Secretary ...... . . .Dean Yearout: rl1l'C2lSlll'Cl' . . . .Louis Seward ' l. --refer'-.fs-.-1,A..,., K , f I ,. ,' ll Front row, left to right: William Baisley jack Schneider Chester Perkins R. E. Dick Prof. H. G. Hoover james Dossey Buck row : Willis Groth Donald Drennan Frank King William McMullen jay Burke Dick Kernodlc Prof. R. J. Foss Prof. john Al. Heimerirh l'l'of. Ralph W. 'I'apy . .. .. ... -y ' ...,. v , ,,, . 7-iijuj Q' -f , x !!.' "L fi.. fkf M .naw V M l Front ww, left to right: Warren Gundersong C. Loren jcssnpg Harriettc Bollingerg 'Dick Gainesg Mary Frietllich: Norm jacobsg Dave Suttleg Dot Quinn: Ed Rawlsg Bob Magesg Rusty Nason. Second row: Bob Iden: Dave Romero: Jim Frctwell: Armen Doniang Sam Gaetog Vito Florog Bill Bairdg Bill E. Rossg Dick Hartwick: jim Doolittleg Russell Duke. Third row: Leonard Lapkag Frank Rohertsg Cynthia Choyceg Jo Ann Dinsmoorg Evelyn Schoolcraftg Barbara Ainiog Barbara Woodyg Vera Snyderg joan Strombergg Charles Grow. Fourth row: John J. Leonhardg Sandy Skelton: Thelma Princeg Dick Rockwell: Rusty Ruckerg Marylee Griffithg Mark Wildg Charles l'IHggCl'Il1Zll1Q Bud Betts: Hank Compton. Fifth row: Alan Weisbergcr: -lacquelin Mooreg Lon B. Dznnrong Robert S. Crawfordg Al Racburng Ken Porter: Art Sugarmang john W. Coursellg james Whitey Dick Chitty. Back row: D. R. Hutchinson: George Udellg Marshall j. Korug XVetzel D. lvillianisg Phyllis Narinoreg Hap Hazardg Dave Becker. V OFFICERS President ................... Norm Jacobs Vice President .. ....... jim Doolittle Secretary ..... . . . Harriette Bollinger Treasurer . . ...... Al Weisberger The Ski Club provides an opportunity for participation in this typically New Mexican sport, as well as an' outlet for competition with other university teams. A member of the Southern Rocky Mountain Ski Association, the club promotes skiing through instruction, movies, talks on equipment and technique and informal competition among members. A number of members have gained valuable experience as participants in the Ski Patrol. Each year the group sponsors a Ski Ball. This year's activities also included the Winter Carnival at La Madera in February, attended by teams from several Western schools, in addition to regular outings at the ski area. the university of new mexico ski elub independent eouneil Fflllll row, left to riglil: Gilbert Trujillo R. XV. Krug Helen Thayer Ethel Nurge Nicholas D. Simon Betty Floyd CO0ld1llZllll'lg body for .ill gioups and 0l'g2IllIZ21li0llS not affiliated with social fra- ternities or sororities on the campus is the Independent Council. All of the barracks at Kirtland Field, thc Town Club, Phrateres, Dorm "D," Bandelier, I'I0k0Dll'MZlf1'0H, Mesa Vista, The Townsmen and the Independent Men all take part in the Council. Each of these organizations is represented by its president and social Ci12lil'l'lI2IlI, The Inst week in April an All-Independent dance was held. In addition, the social activities of :ill ol' the membel'-orgzinimtions were planned through the Council. Frances Darracott George F. Ludi Jody Trejo Herb Duniven Second row: Fritz Hannah Les Keith joe Hopkins Don Sparks Al Weiner Don Barr Mary Alice Elkin , Paul Childers Lewis Whiting lfentou C. Kelley OFF I-CERS . D V H Brurle row: President ..... . . . ..... Gilbert F1'LlJ1iiO R0,mmH011ande1- Vice President .... ........ R oland Krug 34fCh11C1glV21fi4i'1S Secretary-treasurer ..... Ruthe Cunningham viii? 5251505 Social CilRll'lI1HlI . . . . .Nicholas D. SIIIIOII Fay Haussermalm l-listorian ....... . . .Mathilde Strelzolf Pegg? Jmson , Juanita Walters Erlc Tznnsey - ME w s I i I 9 , l fait-f'I--t I S -nv ?' Hu r . , W. ii 1 V- if ii i ii i :ea .3 S is yyia B :.:.:.,.: ., .. . , , , :.: i :.: E ,,,T Er . 2 li 5--sifif 52 l fir A5 'N 1 all -:ft S- sez, .M ze' A-3: 1: ,ll siiilsaf-V54 ll 5 l ,M Nffg? :?fi 'N 1 D5 SfT5i?H"'-Zi' 3 :SY 52 'l is x ,, EE: 2 A L i ,,. W, J ---,, M A V, ,A . xi , ,M W is ,A M te ii aw, .aa ,, wwf V N ...l Sf -ff' T 1- an Front row, left to right: Manning Hodges Theodore Roberts Jimmy XVa1'd Kenneth Huffman james Elam Clarence Wilson Everett Manning Roby Patterson joan Hemsing Lillian Sturgeon joyce Koger Betty Ruth Cox Linnie Belle Cox S ecoml 'row .- Elizabeth Sen ter Imogene Graham Jeannie Stailord Leo Barrow Richard Bikkers Morris Garrett Walter Hyde Berna Deen Parks Evelyn Watson Margaret L. Evans joy Barrick Imogene Morris ' Back rozv: Don Mulkey Lou Keren Barnes Carol W'ilkins joan Mitchell Ann Hodges Bill Coonlield Rodney Stewart Mary jo Earnhart Barbara Ferguson Mrs. C. R. Barrick C. R. Barrick Austin Capps john Mfhite, ll r. Stephen Tsai ,F is diff wr" if W -.rs as :fx 4' 'ie E tr. E ,Z F l , ,, M... .. ..,. . . , W w . M be , .ii it ffl ei at V 'M OFFICERS President ...,..,........ Manning Hodges Social Vice President ...... Berna Deen Parks Devotional Vice President .,.... joy Barrick Secretary-treasurer ............ Betty Senter Advisor ............... Dr. G. Ward Fenley Pastor . . . .Rev. Philip C. McGahey BSU is an organization of Baptist students who are members of Baptist churches or of church sponsored organizations. Social gatherings for students, mission programs and daily chapel meetings are among the activities of the members. The Union is governed by a sixteen member council, which is advised by student secretary Dr. C. R. Barrick, of the Baptist Convention of New Mexico. Biggest event of the year was the opening of the BSU Chapel building. This was made possible by a 350,000 donation from lVIrs. Rixic of Clayton, New Mexico. The building is open to all students and facility members. A special BSU mission was undertaken by members at the State Prison Fann at Los Lunas. Students conducted services there every other Friday. A Life Service Band conducted evangelistic services in local churches in mission points. baptist student union nm Illl canterhury club OFFICERS Senior Warden . . ......... Tom Carson .lunior XfVarden , . . .Milt Rohane Clerk ......... .... P at jones Treasurer . ......... Bill Blanc Advisor .. .... Prof. Fred Chreist Chaplain . . , . .Rev. G. P. Laliarre The UNM chapter of the Canterbury Club has been organized to fill the lack of Christian training not provided in the ordinary Univer- sity curriculum. It offers Christian study, worship and fellowship to Episcopal students on the campus. Leading a W.S.S.F. drive, studying Bible history, having weekly Com- munions and throwing refined brawls are all Canterbury activities. The Canterbury Club holds an weekly Communion service for Episcopal students. Front row, Inf! to right: Carol Ketchumg Florence Allen: Mary Jo Blancg jane Carsong Tom Carson. Second row: Dorothy Ann Pennington: joan Hemsiugg Murilee Griffith: Joyce Fitzpatriekg Bill Bluncg Betty Franz: Faith Sherping: Dr. R. E. Barton Allen. Back row: jay Streetg Chaplain G. P. LaBarre: Byrne CZILCSQ john Dunng Bob Frantzg Nelson Hagen: Ken Meyerg Ed Key: Ed Merileesg Milton Rohaneg Ed Rossg Jim Anderson. 'Win Front row, left Io right: Leonard Cohen Arnold Singer Melvin Dreyfus Bernard Kaufman Mel Berg Paul Dreyfus Second row: jehudah Bernstein Julius Golden Morris E. Spector Alan Xveisberger L. B. Wallerstein Arthur Traurn Elaine Arunow Third row: Herb Springer Marvin Garfinkel Martin Prince Isadora Feldstein Trudy Miller Ruth Schafer Ina Abramson Myra Ravel Al Schulman Back row: Greg Litwak Irving Bell Arnold Schrannn Ernest Rosenbaum Ben Imershein Jerome Cohen Vera Snyder OFFICERS President ..... ....... . Al Schulman Vice President . . . .Ernest Rosenbaum Secretary .... .,.... M yra Ravel Treasurer .......... ...... P aul Dreyfus Member-at-large ...... ..Arnold Schramm Senate Representative . . .... Mel Dreyfus 19.18 was the twenty-fifth anniversary for the International Hillel. The UNM chapter celebrated the event with a Silver Anniversary party in November. In December the religious committee under Sam Schwartz began holding services on the campus for the first time. These were held eveiy Sunday morning and were followed by breakfast. The purpose of Hillel is to provide a social, religious and educational outlet for jewish students. Educational meetings consisted of piano recitals, guest speakers on varied subjects, movies and informative discussions. Picnics, dances and parties were held during the year. llillel 102 I 03 newman club The Newman Club of the University of New Mexico, one of many chapters of the National Federation of Newman Clubs, was organized in 1939. Since then it has grown into the chief organization fostering the religious, social, and educational aspects of Catholic life on the Campus. Under the able ruidance ol' Father Mallo as moderator, Miss Gu isberfr and Miss Car- . . , 5 . D . nugnant as laculty sponsors, the club has completed another successtul year. Among its activities were a series oi lectures on Marriage by Father Veale, a YVinter formal, Sunday Mass on camaus, an Intramural team, a cake sale and man interestin meetin s with l , I Y S guest speakers and social functions. OFFICERS President ................ .... B ill Long Vice President .. .... Lew Whiting Secretary .................. Barbara Wykes Treasurer ............... Fay Haussermann Corresponding Secretary . .Betty Ann Kearns Front row, left to right: joseph Chavez: Roberto Perez Perez: Fay Haussermann: J. M. Garcia: Edward McLaughlin: Barbara Wykes: Bill Long: Betty Ann Kearns: Lew Whiting: Paul Chiatlo: Eleanor Huston: james Fitch. Seronrl 1'ow.' Estanislarlo Torres: Valerie Kamm: Victor Cabaldon: Albert VVeiner: Robert Kunkel: Fecuntlo Rodriguez: Harold R. Clark: Robert 'l'. Dwyer: Louis C. Downs. Third row: Theresa Vigil: Yvonne Fay: Mattreen Butterfield: Emma Dalle: Susanne Murphy: janet O'ReiIly: Edward Duffy: Pat Daley: Mark Surfus. Fourllt row: Vince Ulatowski: Terry Palmer: Mary Alary: Margaret Green: Frances Harris: Joanne Tottenhotl: Cecile Kelly: Erika Deutsch: Peggy Arnol: Sue Coleman: Barbara Godfrey: Pricilla Alztrtl: Mary Dalle: john Drabelle. Fifth row: Dan Mueller: jerry McCoy: Mike Watkins: Don Reiser: Mike Gutierrez: George Springer: Nancy Coleman: Thomas Sisneros: Al Malocha: janet McCanna: Lolita Tuohy: Thomas Newby: Thomas Heapy: litlward Bryden. Bark row: jack Finnegan: Dick Christy: Ernest Svazo: john Montevertle: l'olo Fernandez. 9 ' in .,-l l . .y . ,4 ,. ' 1 W U . ... .A . , "Z '-cgjtefvv, . V . - ' -Wan,-3 'ev ' YQCTEL' :i Front row, left to right: Rev. Henry Hayden: Milton Rohane: Bill Hughes: Carlos Candelaria: Bert Russell: Glen Lawrence: Clill' Long: Andy Gutierrez: George Pittman: Grant Montgomery: Bob Langford. Second row: Goldie Rouse: Beverly Bauer: Bernice Cox: Billye Brantley: Betty Lou Grogan: Marion Miller: Carolyn Calkins: Marylee Griffith: Kathy Kepner: Dolores Kallas: Roger Sylvanus: Phyllis Briggs: Dick Bikkers. Thi-rd row: Doris Dannevick: Peggy Emmel: Peggy Bartlett: Francis Craig: Barbara Terrell: Mary Forrester: Kay Bussey: jackie Hutton: jean Schmechel: jim Matthews: Jeannine Stafford: Bar- bara Grimmer: Lydia Garcia: jim Keller: Marilyn Larsen. Back row: Dick Fort: Rev. Parr: Harry Johnson: Hal Dobkins: George Stephens: Gene Langseth: Lynn Montjoyg Jim lvade: Bill Blanc: john Mechling: john Trowbridge: Nancy YVood- worth: Charles Richardson: Sam Achziger: jim Keller. OFFICERS President . . ........... Carolyn Calkins Treasurer .. .... Barbara Terrell Advisor . . . .Rev. Henry Hayden USCF is a co-op program embracing all Protestant students on campus, and is sponsored by sixteen local churches and eight national foundations, It is alhliated with the National YMCA-YVVCA student divisions, and with the World Student Christian movement. USCF sponsors weekly supper meetings each Thursday in the SUB basement lounge, at which time panel discussions are held and guest speakers presented. Daily chapel is held in the SUB chapel during noon hour. Twice weekly coke sessions for faculty members and students, VVednesday afternoon study groups and allied activities are part of the regular schedule. This year the USCF sponsored lectures by Robert P. Tristram Coffin, Ruth Seabury, T. Z. Koo and Reginald Sorenson, MP. An important aspect of the organization is the counsel- ing service maintained by Minister-to-Students Rev. Henry Hayden in his office in the SUB. USCF also maintains a program for placing students in summer training jobs. Over Fifty students took such jobs last summer. united student christian fellowship mt l 05 lnarron, south hall Front muy, left to right: Mary Barthell: Virginia Harriman: Barbara Terrell: Margie Brockman: Bar- bara Pearson: Dolores Kallas. Second row: Mary Friedlich: Dorothy Quinn: Colleen Miller: Theresa Vigil: Charlene Hook: Julia Smith: Mary Taylor, Back row: Lucille Petronovich: Mrs. Myer: Molly Walter: Rosalie Spafford: Geraldine Finch: Ruth Faust: Peggy Emmel: Beatrice Perrine: Dolores Kitnhrcll. hokona, north hall lfrmtt row, left lo 'rigl'zt: Marietta Blake: Jimmie Gryder: Lee Tuohy: Peggy Rader: Frances Darrna rott: Helen John: Shelia Spencer: Betty Floyd: Sylvia Senior: Mary Deborah Miller. Second row: Charline Rutter: Pat Hutchinson: Tess Kersting: Helen Murphree: Ruthe Cunningham: Susanna Ross: Billye Brantley: Helen Ketola: Helena Cepek: Judy Boland. Third row: Penny Strelzolfg Jill Dawson: Peg Hutchinson: Adele Carl: Sally Trax: Jeanne Caldarelli: Aletha Davenport: Yolanda Ar- mijo: Adele Breech: Matilda Agcaoili: Betty Lawson: Jeanne South. Back row: Pat Grannis: Eloise Richards: Frances Martin: Isabelle Burney: Lois Gauweiler: Deirdre Teed: Berna Deen Parks: Edith Bray: Margaret Russell: Jacquelyn Gossarcl, hokona hall, center ,-,,, t ,A ,, W I Front row, left to right: Nancy Rogers: Elizabeth Simpson: Carol Lee: Ann Telford: Cecile Kelly: Jacqueline Matteson: Marilyn Miller: Rutlnnarie Mitchell: Mary Penney: Barbara Anderson: Lenore Driscoll. Second row: Betty Crouse: Valerie Kamm: Virginia Kitzmiller: Joyce Fitzpatrick: Karyl Plaut: Cecilia Altuna: Nancy Hart: Beverly Frost: Jeannine Jernigan: Dorris Dannivik: Dolores Pye: Jeanne Mellott. Back row: Nancy Ray: Louise Boyd: Pauline Martin: Eunice Gehr: Elizabeth Kon- rad: Diane Rockwell: Jane Burk: Barbara Maple: Pat Blatter: Dolores Heath: Jean Fasolino: Jo Moore: Marcia McMullan: Joanne Tottenholf. Ill El I' I' 0 ll Front row, left to right: Virginia Mann: Marjorie Marsh: Marion Johnson: Sallie Solawetz: Joyce McKinney: Jane DeKraker: Janet White: Lou Ellen Martin: Sue Ann Stephens. Second row: Kay Bussey: Patricia Walker: Peggy Hoolihan: Barbara Strite: Elizabeth Fay: Lila Greer: Carol Haviland: Una Belle Pitt: Jo Ann Kinch: Jeannine Stafford. Third row: Katherine MacLean: Beverly Howell: Anabel Harper: Nettie Mae Hubbard: Emily Ulmer: Lizabeth DiLisio: Ruth Ellis: lvinnie Duncan: Linda Linstromberg: Gene Boyd: Virginia Casados: Ann Redfield: Ann Mencher: Ema Grottewit: Marjorie Noble. Back row: Jacqueline Mahi: Corinne Cook: Gypsy Jo Bennett: Terry Rowe: Viola Chess: Mary Mann: Alice Rosengren: Rosemary Colfelt: Ann Weinberger: Johnna Bernstein: Vera Snyder: Evelyn Sclroolcraft: Alden Bakewell. hall l 06 I07 the seh00lmaster's club The Unnermy of New Memco Sehoolmastex 5 Club w1s o1ga111Led se111esLe1 I 1948 49 The PUIPOSC of the o1g11117at1o11 IS to fllI'LhCl' scholasuc attamment 111 the College of Educat1o11 The club has an apphcauon pendmg for membershxp 111 P111 Della Kapp1 N1flOl11l 1 flllf'lll0I1"tl Honor'1ry Fr'1tern1ty P1 CSlClC!1f V ICC PI'CS1dClll T1 e1su1e1 H 1bfOI'121l1 Qpon 901 l. OFFICERS Blll Ullom Owen I-Iu1sL Lone Munsey .Seymour Rovnex D1 l3o1111e1 M Crawfmrl Front ww Icfl ln rzqlzt Lverelt M1lle1 Ccoxge Petrol john Wxmch Dean S P Nan11111q W1ll1'1m Ullom D1 BOIIIICI CldWf0lll Seymom Rov11e1 Cone Munsey Q1 cond 7011 ilyde HHfCllSly BIICC Evfms Rudy COI'ClOVl Howard Rolfe Robern Shore X11 XV1ll1an1 RIIIIUC C lyde jones john Stark W'1lte1 BIUIICI. Back 1 ow C a11 Boyer Xlbert Ro111c1o C '1r1 Thompson Ouentm HCIIIICIIII Robert Aden lom Wnlry , ' W , , , :L I , . - . . ' il -V L . - -1 I a 4 . . ' I- I' ' ' C 2. . I . 2 1' 1 1 . ' '. ls' 4 al ll . A Secretary .......,........... John Wittich M11 W- W- CVCIHCHIS V A ln 5 Q .............'.... L' AA-A , L Q u . ..... N I J W I I. Q im - ' .V I 11 1 X1 1 1 ' lr ' A 1 xl v 'za . rj V ' V - Y ' ,- V . ' I Frrml row, left lo right: Lou Keren Barnes Jeanine jones Collen, Messick Carol Yvilkins Back row: Helen Camp Nettie Hubbard Beverly Bauer Frances Cochran Emily Ulmer Belly Griflin Cherie Dunn The eleven young ladies here presented deserve at least a "B" for effort. While you sat in the bleachers and fumbled with the straw in your overcoat pocket, they made intricate patterns out on the big green oval. They tried harder than you did! e drlll squad ma ' w0mcl19s recreation council l 09 'l'l1c VVRC organizes and sponsors games. inlrzunurals and other recreational events for women students. Main event of the 'year was the VVoinen's Sports Day at Tucson in December. XVRC sponsors volleyball, tennis, ill'Cl1CI'y, table tennis and badminton on week- ends. Baseball, basketball and softball tournaments are held each year. Square dancing is on the calendar two nights a month. The Council activities are under the direction ol Miss Frances McGill: Chairman is Frances .DEIITZICOEIQ Secretary: Beatrice I-Iightg Publicity: Pauline Martin. Front row, left In right Mary Alice Scott Frances McGill Frances Darracolt jackie Henrie Ann jackson Back row: Pat jones Marian MacDonald Dorothy Tracy Pauline Martin Pat Sauer Left to righl: jack Perry Edsel McCrae Kathleen Hinds Ralph Fox XVally Parker OFFICERS President ....... ..... , Ralph Fox Vice President . , ....... Jack Perry Secretary ....... ..., K athleen Hinds Treasurer .......... ....... E dsel McCrez1 Member-at-Large ............ Wally Parker Advisor ..i,...... Dr. Sherman A. Wengard The University of New Mexico Flying Club was incorporated on the University campus in May, 1947. The club is designed to meet the needs of students, faculty, alumni, and administrative personnel by providing facilities for inexpensive flying in aircraft of many types. Operations are from East Mesa Airpark. An oflice is maintained in Room 211, Ad Building. Ground school training is given all members on Tuesday. New members are initiated into this organization by vote of the executive board. Initiation iee is twenty-five dollars. Members wear colored shoulder patches, receive wings when they solo, also get textbooks. Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month in Ad 206. university flying club ll0 lll cheerleaders Camille Grnnthzuug LeRoy Browng .Ieanne Wellsg Buzz Hopf: Mimi Million The quintet above are the ofhcially designated 1949 cheer-dispensers. What spirit there was can be attributed to them in El very good measure. When they called for a good substantial yell and three Freshmen responded-clid it dampen their arclor? They roared loud enough to shatter the glass in I-Iodgin H1111 and waken the ghosts in the Library basement x nn' "Q, ' .i.i4'?132i'f'r i'3T.?a,lx?f'--3 if ' w II.. x , , QE Y Q K r' JT fx i ' AY if 1 1-x,,vR V., L-Zig? -i . KR. 4- f' H 43 mf ' i 'C' h Y. Af by gn' 7 . "M Fr f - 9 if , I1 ,..-1' .-,.. A -L. . ljv' A ,li f.- A ' 1 4 H' . u 4. .,., 1, l .,. ' ' ' 'J Q' F HN E of s ecial note... alpha phi omega fig formal Cl.'Illl'I'.' An zninunl zifluir allways peopled hy nolznlples, this YCHIJS Formal had the Crop: john liinzer, A Phi O Presidentg Mrs. Pope- juy. Mr. l'opejny's chief exccntiveg The Chief: Mrs. D2ll'ylC Keeferg Dr, Duryle Keefer, group sponsor :ind zz xneinher of the national execu- tive hoard: I-larry Woosley. 'TllCf1'Zl1llCS being presented hold replicas of the orgzn1iz1ltion's 1-rest. convention Top: In December zi delegation at- tended the National Convention at Cliiczigcfs LuSz1lle Hotel. UNM's Delta Tun chapter set np the pictorial display which Andy Mitchell, riglzl, explains for the benefit of :another delegate. Q? cabin site liollmn: lVhile the actual cabin in lheS:1ndizlS is complete, these three builders seem to be restora ing part of the attached Pnako Indian Pueblo. P. V. Thorson, Mel Bernstein and Urban Baez: are the individuals involved in this eilort. ,Jr M xi:-x -- urs x -,I gs " ' M ,,'- Q in 5 ' - f A gn.:--'E f ' if C5'1:-me K.-'H ..LfY.:.. 2, 2 W pi kappa alpha dream girl jo ann ellarlton TTE DA TS: left, Beverly Odam right, Joyce McKinney queen of the zomecoming .1 m .af sweetheart of unm mimi million ATTENDANTS: left, Marg Richerson Tight, Barbara Grimmer 111:29 , -nl' lettertnen 's queen camille grantham LCUQCITTICII Hlld WVOIHCYI Front row, left to right: Ergeal Brown fB:1sketballj Nita Mulcahy QALLenclantj Camille Grantham fQuccnj Jeanne Wells fAttend:mtj jim Frost fGolfj Bark 1'0zu,- Joe Palaia fTennisQ Vince Czlppelli fBaseballj Rudy Krall fFootb:ll1j mirage beauty queen eleo Wright ATTENDANTS: left, Barbara Hayes Tight, Betty Bentley mirage beauty ball judge gregory peek rniruye popularity queen ecamille grantham Bomh lYllRAGli Queens Lhis year hafl two honors. Cleo Xlirigllt won the costume prize for Sadie Hawkin's Dayg Camille was chos- en LeLlcrmen's Queen, as well as the above citation. l'opul:1rity runnersrup are Sue Williams, left, and Myrna Palmer. Q. .1 N- gp fi ,-.ss WM - an-v."?' 4 i?"A' ' naw ' vw- 237 an 5, ww' E ,mg mg E 'WM ima 'l MQ mam www . hs E A am nga m Qw- k . W W X W E Wing, S M wk f "E, HY 4 11 M W Hggmm ,gf H X 'W ,A M H? ,mQGfg.,,' mg, Vai-7, H .W-sg? . -Vg H s E an ' -, ' W . -V " HQ K1 'I W Y ,. A i E Nw i E . , 'V . ,xl 5 If was Y ,- lf? H . E .. my ,, .ss as T afsf 'jwl A-M C353 Q' - 5 ,. H MQ . SES :ggi sw L.- Wivwwzw is :Y wx mn ,r N " an ,md V '5:fm5f?"' fn. A ,, -. ga' ze :pawn-mm! numb: uiwnkff ,iwrewiqwfw Us H5 -m W W.. 'SL A sing HJ? ww K E 35' N wx , ' ' N :Q H , ,, ' , -K If .ff N ',3,,,..-461--A . 1 X :Z -H , H n 1, BQ- - Q. .Qi -, 1 ,,' 1 My ww .t -ll W., if gsm 'B' we M5'.:?i:Qj'Mi w. 'V Wjjj ,gf , H E I' 1-5 53 I I .gilt ' y? I - -.ur tx L I X 5' Ig' HE. X K , V. ,Q ... ax VT: fm- ,qf sf--1 X. , an Q rl Vx X H . A "W f if- sql 1,-Q , . ,g - 3 M ' xv' ' .. X 5,b,f' , Q! A v ,Q H,- ' ' - '-A ' Nasa' My ak "'R'H'49- ' " -"R4B2'E dzmmk' 'EQ' we 1 J' I """' 1 ffkuf.-W-' wwf 1 31: P I y -- - 44lw,f??.,-5.34 ,,,, ygj says: :QW N Y, ' ,M 2.-' W A . W' M 'U' ,M ww? Where were you on the morning of Saturday, Febru- ary 12? Out with your blow- torch and little can of red paint? All evidence says you weren't in the vicinity of Hadley Hall at about seven o'clock, or you wouldn't be here to read this gruesome tale. Because at approximately and one of the 0 angry TNE's, angry USP's, drunken students from the College of Arts and Sciences. All of these causes may be heavily discounted. For the record, no one was injuredg classes were resumed immediately if not sooner in other buildingsg the place was insured. - v 7:01 a blast of unknown origin blew both ends and the roof of the engineering building to hell-and-gone. According to early reports the cause or causes of the explosion were: open Bun- sen burner, can of gasoline, new song the new mexico hymn After years of disgust with the hack- neyed version of "Annie Lyle," an old Irish folk song, the student body raised its voice on November 2, last, and adopted as the official Alma Mater song "The New Mexico Hymn." The "Hymn," written by last year's Glee Club director Craig Summers, was the result of a contest for such a song spon- sored by the Student Council. by craig sulnmers First introduction of the new work for most students came at the Homecoming game with Arizona on November 6, when the band played and the stands sang-if they could. Craig graduated in 1948 after doing graduate work in music at the University. During his under-graduate days he organized, trained and brought along to professional polish the Uni- versity Male Glee Club. The Club was a vol- untary project for the singers as well as for Summers, both of whom contributed much of their time to this activity. The "Hymn" was written about three years ago, in conjunction with Mr. Summeris father. This year Craig is back in the Music depart- ment and the Glee Club, revamped and re- organized, is singing once again. CRAIG SUMMERS 120 J 1' Tk J .P J I H V If Jia Id if 'f .DJJ 01 J J' 8 'Hx 'hxffk ANc'lfyAl D J V. 04+ .13 3 091' ,vol L. "? .L J- 4:1 V'-EN -F' CR f .ug .D J A LJ4 k.ff'rrlT,,,., rm, Ill 5 . ..l1 1 I W xg we 5 YQ-fe X32 WG 9123 Q8 .nf 1:4 4:40 .. 'ei-5 EW- 'Y Is- 11- 'S s- 1, . .. Q w 3 1 - 0 Z' - I Z 3' i - 0 H 'L 1 n Q, 'I' 'Ts .-'-f 'S 'Sas E Xp x+,"4'-fs 2 ' I ew '-'f'-gh "F-"'-'Q-'- '+'- '-if 'rs-'91-E1P .. Nc 0+ , T 2 fs. QSM.. "sg. . s-2 9- 'vs-'tb Qi- 'U' "gf D I 4 - Q7 ,ew ff--7 vm Q17 "H mv-5"0 "-WL?" ..,..Li.. +..x'L 34- "n, -ss.. 2' '- "'w.. 'u. QH.. it -KL 3,- s -- Q' - . L 1 E." "N- "L 15" 1 W' Q. 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Back row: Dr. Frank Hibbeng Mr. Keen Raffertyg Jack Griffeeg Jene Lyong Richard Lloyd-Jones: .Ioan Taulg Peggy Emmelg Roberta Youngg Bill Babbg Larry Hess. Dr. Walters not shown. 126 I If sz lobo editor hank trewhltt lobo business manager larry hess Y' .1 mirage business manager jack griffee mirage editor jene lyon H I 29 ,f loho I,z'fl to riqhl: Brooks Clttrrevg Hunk Trewlxitt Editor: Cil Arroyo, Circiilzttion Manager: Moon Mullins: Ed Glaser, Associntc: Editor :und Acting Editor: Glen Mlershing. tlulnderhirll Tom Sleeth. Record Editor, poses with the tools of the trade in the Bird ofliee. lllirllge lmjl lo right: Bob Grztnick, Society Editor: Dave Nolting, Clubs Editorg Terry Rowe- everyhodr wants to get in buck of the cditor's desk. ws n H x .-. xx n x 5 s n , im-EM A HQ Q: Y is is GEEK Hmm is mmm' is . 1 HBBK E i M X H E 1 1 W H H 'S .1 E H SS Mymsiabd f' W E 3 H. ..,Q,m, H xx-ay-Q-5 sm- WEWMHM gmgnm . Nw.. A Www M Ml www ms loho Reading proof al Bloom's desk in thc printing plant. Ed Glaser, Chcrric Dunn and Glen Ross. thunderbird Doubling as circulation boy, Lloyd-Jones huuls the Birds out lo dislrihut' IOII posts. nlirage Bob Grunick again, with Mun Gypsy jo BA ' ,msn-1 ussislunl CIIIILLI.. is mn ms nw as M, W mn sm- ER -.nm ' nm a mass mn mm: is RL . ,Hwiww -qw- M M., QM n ms f USL VN . r 1 Q Tmuzx V5 iq sr si mn mn 13 I, .p loho Arroyo, locked in the closer wiih Lhe skeleton be- tween issues, makes ll break for the Underwood. .. H K mu B m -k .. V mirage x lzlulnclerbircl Jeanne Hull, Associate Editor, with contemplative sunre. Bob Grzmick. also n Tllmrrlerliiwl staff mem- ber. caught with his angles clown. E? nm Lefl lo riglzl: 'l'o111 Monlgonlery :mal Bert Wzrller, Stzlil? Pi1Ol0g1'2lPi'lCl'l Bob Cox, Associ- zrie Eclilor, scuflie over ll few prints. mr w x-A l ,E is fr Q RICHARD w. BARRETT-f1'OITl Wash., D. C. Khatali, 48-493 Pi Sigma Alpha, 48-49: NAACP, 47-483 Internatl. Rel. club, 47-48: Indep. Council, 48-493 USP, 4.8-49 V-P3 Indep. Men, 47-48 Pres.: Senate, 47-483 Model Legislature, 46 through 49, Student Affairs Corn., 48-49, Chairman: Bookstore Com., 48-49 Chair- man: Tl:-tmrlerllirci, 47-48 Music Ed.: Townsmcn, 48-49. Major: Govt.: Minor: Psych. l 1 retary-treasurer: Khatali, 48-491 Phi Kappa Phi, 48 Mu Epsilon, 46 through 493 Sigma Tau, 47 through 47 through 493 NSPE, 48-493 Student Senate, 47-48 Doughtery Prize in Engineering, 46-47: Delta Sigma Phi, 4 through 49, President and Charter Member. Major: Civi Engineering. MARVIN W. citusi-:Y-from Albuquerque. Vigilantes, -49? -193 I vntcan. BO'l'iCLIiR-fl'Olll Floydada, Texas. Attended W'est Texas State, Canyon, Texas, Lettermen's Club, 46 through 493 Var- sity Football, 48449, Kappa Alpha, 44, 46-47. Major: Education: Minor: Physical Education. LEON BU'l"I'ERFIELD--f1'OlIl Albuquerque. Attended University of Illinois and Union College. Khatali, 48-49: Ski Club, 46-473 Glee Club, 46-47: Student Senate, 47, Vice-president 48: Homecoming and Fiesta Committee, 47-483 Student Council, 47-48: Sigma Chi, 47 through 49, Social Chairman 48. Major: Biology: Minor: Chemistry. ho 'rizss KISRSTING-f1'O1T1 Santa Fe. Spurs, 46-473 USCF, 45-46: Clee Club, 48-493 Ice Skating Club, 48-49: Marron Hall, Proctor and I-louse Council, 47-483 Independent Council, 47-48: Stu- dent Senate, 45, 48-49: Secretary-treasurer of Senior Class, 48-49: Athletic Council, 47 through 49 Secretary: Phrateres, 46 through 493 Student Affairs Committee, 48-49. Major: Business Administration. iwrmcra N. JONES--fl'0lll Thoreau, New Mexico, Majors K Minors, 4:5-46, 46-47 Secretary, 47-48, 48-49 Pres.g KVRC, 46-47 Secretary, 47 through .191 Pan-Hell Council, 46-47 Sec., 47-48 Pres., 48-49: Ath. Council. 48-493 Lobo, 45-46: Homecoming Queen, 19483 Popularity Queen Attendant, 1948: Alpha Delta Pi, 45 through 47, 47-.18 V-P. Major: Physical Ed.: Minor: English. MARK H. sukrus-from Manitowoc, Wisconsin, Attended the University of Illinois. Newman Club, 47 through 49, 47-48 President: Student Council, 48-49: Student Body Treasurer, 48-493 Student Senate. 48-493 Newman Club Scholarship, 47-48. Major: Business Administration. LARRX 111.55-fl'0lll Brackem'itlge, Pennsylvania. Vigilante, 47-48: Khatali, 48-49: Lettermen's Club, 47 through 493 Student Council, 48-493 Student Senate, 48-493 Varsity Baseball, 47 through 49: Varsity Basketball, 47-48, 48-49 Co-captain: Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 45-46, 47 through 4.9. Major: Economics. ts 1 1'urLLts KRILLL-f1'0lll Des Moines, Iowa. Spurs, 46-4, lreas.. Mortar Board. 48-49 Pres.: AXVS, 48-49: Ski Club, 45-46: Vet's Club, 45-463 Club de las Americas, 46-47: Senate, 48-49: Soph. xVOI'l1Cll'S award, 47: KKG local and natl. Scholarship awards, 485 Lobo, 45-463 T-Bird, 46-47: Mmaou, 46-473 Kappa Kappa Gamma, 45 through 47, 46-47 Pres. Major: Hist.: Minor: Govt. c1us'r-frcnn Mountainair, New Mexico. Mortar Board, istorian: Pi Lambda Tl1eta, 47 through 49: Phi Sigma, St11de11t Council 47 48 'IlC'lSlllCl Student Sen ite, BSU, 45-46 Treasurer: AWS, 47-48 National Secretary- Band, .j6'4'7QJ.AljJll2l Alle-lta Pi,l47 tlirougli 49: 48-49 Major: Biology: lNIlll0I'Z Psychology. RU'l'lll'I CUNNlNGllAM-flitllll C1llll0ll, Ohio. Spurs, 46-47: Mortar Board, 48-49 Secretary: USCF, 45-46: Student Senate, 46 through 483 Secretary-treasurer of tl1e junior Class, 47-48: AWS, .48-.191 Independent Council, 48-49 Secretary-treasurer: NIIRAGIZ, 45-46 Art Editor: Tlziuiderbird, 46-47 Art Editor: Phrateres, 47 through 49, 48-49 Preside11t. Major: Art. BARBARA GRIMME11-from Albuquerque. Spurs, 46-47: Mortar Board, 48-49 Vice-president: Psi Chi, 48-4.9 Charter Member: AWS, 46-47 Social Chairman, 48-49: Ski Club, 45 through 47: Psychology Club, 47-48: USCF, 45 through 49: University Glee Club, 47 through 49: Alpha Chi Omega, 45 through 49, 47 through 49 President. Major: Psychology: lVlil10l'Z English. Graduated February, 1949. FRANCES 1m1ut.xt:o'1'r-frotn Deming, New Mexico. AWS, 48-49: Women's Recreation Council, 46 through 49 Sports Chairman, 48-49 President: Majors and Minors, 45 through 49: Independ- ent COLlllCll, 47 through 49: Hokoua-Marron House Council 47-48, House President 48-49: Participated in lVomen's Sport Day, Tucson, Ariz., 1948. Major: Physical Education: Minor: History. who ANDREVV F. M1'rc1m1.L-fronl Albuquerque. Alpha Phi Omega, 46 through 49, 47-48 President: Student Bar Association, 48-49: USCF, 46 through 49: BSU, 46-47: Veteran's Association, 46-47: Student Senate, 46 through 49: 48-49 Xvelfare Committee Chairman: Sigma Phi Epsilon, 47 through 4.9. Major: Law, History: Minor: English. Roni-:a'r E. ENIARES-fl'OlTl Taos, New Mexico. Attended Highlands University. Khatali. 48-49: Student Bar Association, 48-49 Publicity Chairman: Veteran's Association, 47-49 Executive Board: Club de las Americas, 474.18 Executive Board: NAACP, 47 through 49: judiciary Committee, 48-49: Student Council, 47-48: Student Senate, 47-48. Major: Law. 1ue11A1u1 LLOYD-JONES-fl'0lll Mason City, Iowa. Alpha Phi Omega, 46-47: Vigilante, 4.7-48: Khatali, 48-49 Pres.: Tau Kappa Alpha, 47-48 Treas., 48-49 Pres.: I11dep. Men, .18w1QZ USP, 48-49 Pres.: NAACP, 47 through 49: Inter-Collegiate De- bate, 46 through 49: Thzmdcrbird, 4.7-48 Assoc. Ed., 48-49 Edi- tor: Student Council, 47-48: Se11ate, 46 through 49: judiciary Com., 48-49 Pres.: Major: English: Minor: Philosophy. 41-zssltmuiz nomar ixtussox-from Winslow, Arizona. Spurs, 46-47: Mortar Board, 48-49 Treasurer: Phi Alpha Theta, 46 through 49: Student Senate, 46-47: Sophomore Class Vice- president, 46-47: Lobo, 46-47 Society Editor: Mortar Board Freshman Award: Chi Omega, 45 t"rougb 49, 46-47 President. Major: Business Administration. Bl.Y'l'l'lli SCO'I"l'-fI'01l1 Albuquerque. Attended University of Colorado. Commerce Club, 47-48: Ski Club, 47 through 49, Tl'CilSlll'CI', Secretary, Publicity Chairman: Senior Class Vice- president, 48-49: USP Council, 48: Pan-Hell Council, 48: Homecoming Queen Attendant, 1947: Pi Beta Phi, 47 through 49, 47 Treasurer. Major: Business Administration: Minor: Economics. ' . in-1 , . - -4 Wpu-we EUGENE 'r. KOURY--fl'OIT1 Albuquerque. Khatali, 48-49 Secretary- treasurerg Pi Sigma Alpha, 47-48, 48-.19 Presidentg Commerce Club, .17 through 41.92 Lettermen's Club, 487.491 Varsity Football, 4.6 through .193 20-30 Club Scholarship in Government, A9483 HENRY L. TR13wH1Tr-from Cleveland, Tennessee. Presbyterian College, Maxton, North Carolina. Press .18-49, 48 Vice-presidentg Student Senate, 47-.181 Lobo, through 49 17-18 Associate Editor 48-4,9 Editor' Sigma Chi, 48-49. Majors: Government and Economics. itoisnlrt' D. 't'.x1cnt:it'i'-f1'o1n Santa Fe, N. M. Sigma Alpha, .17 through 419. .17-48 V-P3 Internatl. Rel. Club, 46 through .19, .17- 48 Pres.3 Student Faculty Rel. Com., .18-493 Ski Club, .17 through ,193 Flying Club, L17 through 493 Student Body Presi- dent, .183 Senate, .183 Rose Rudin Roosa Prize QGovt.j 47-485 Sigma Chi, 46 through 48. Major: Govt.: Minor: Chemistry. ho uuwm uvuuj w. wALt..xcii-from Albuquerque. LCllCI'll1Cll'S Club, 45 through 49, 46-47 Vice-president: Newman Club. 415-116, IFC. 46-47, Vice-president3 Basketball Letterman, .16-473 Varsity Basketball, 45 through 493 Co-captain of Basketball Scholarship: 547-483. iKappa Sigma: .15 lh1'Ollgll,.,1.i journalism: Minor: English. xtoicrox 'rtixrgxii.-wat-front Hewlett. Long Island. Khatali, .18-49 Psych. Club, 47-483 Lettermen's Club, 43-493 USP Cain- paign Chairman, .18-.193 Senate. .17 through 493 NIIRAGE Sports Ed. .18-.193 Hillel, .16 through 49: Inter-Collegiate Zionist Fed., .18-.193 Varsity Track, .47 through 49g lntra-Mural Champ. Team, 416-.172 Alpha Epsilon Pi, 48-.19 Member-at-large. Major: PsycI1.3 Minor: Bus. Ad. ho ji-:ANNLL wt-:tts-from San juan Pueblo, New Mexico. Ski Club, 47-483 Boots and Saddles, 48-.193 Inter-American Affairs Club. .16-473 First Prize Stunt Nite, 19.17-.183 Chi Omega, 46 through .19, 47 Chapter Correspondent. IN-lajor: Inter-American .-Xlfairs. Team, .18-.193 All-Conference Basketball Team, .15-463 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 46 through 49, Vice-president 47. Major: Physical Educationg Minor: History. oitisrikr F. 'l1tu1t1.i.o-Iroin Saguache, Colorado. Attended Colo- rado Aklll. Phi Sigma Alpha, 48-493 Cosmopolitan Club, .17-48 Vice-president and Presidentg VClCl'2lll,S Association, 46 through 483 Independent Men, .16 through 49: .18-.19 President: Independent Council. 47 through 49, .48-.19 President: Student Senate, .18-.193 Newman Club, 46 through .193 Counselor, Kirtland Field, 48-49. lvlajorz Governmentg Minor: History. st ltoin-1lt'r.x Youwc-from AIIJLICILIEITILIC. Mortar Board. 48-.191 Smuis 6 Tut Kwai Xlaha 6 throu lt 48 17 18 Pres' -l '-'4'-F5 2 illifl --t S Alpha Kappa Delta, 47 through 49, .17-48 Sec.: USCI', .15 through 493 lnternatl. Rel. Club, .17-.18 Sec.3 Speaker's Club. .15 through 41.7, 46-.17 Pres.g Senate, 47 through 49: Publ. Board Rep., .18-t1Qj Senior Class President. 48-49: Chi Omega Prize 1Econ.j 47-483 Town Club, 45 through 493 USP Council, .13-49. S. A ' . ' U- 6.225319 J 'f: 'if."i:'J y H'.f.1?f',,f f, 1' .. AJ. T y 1.1 ' 4 , .W . , n K ,.,-Y - f fi - Wi' ,six Q X I -., V.. Qv?" ...Lf W! Nh -Q, I V. 1 D. 4, ff I.. 'A- l ' W .- I 1' +'. +1 X iff., Nz, Rwlfxk t ' K' ,-ai x f X MN rye.- 3 . ,. X 3 -4 , 0 Q' I I 4 2 "' ,X 45 Q x A 'E if .-ff , -er, 19 6 3 'lu ' 'ff' , f- x' 'g' " ta Q9 1 -f' -2 ' . A. , .Y U'PrMlr.-A " M Q j' .. -"A , 9 lf . Y -U X Af 'Y ,V A Q0 dylfsy-ICF' -ff jeg: i K K I. " ig ' ' ' ,hifgaaf Y IFE:-L F 'L army' , ,ff ' S .V .2- ..e' 4 Q , Sabi? ' ' . 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The l1'l'Zll'ClS displziyecl lance to persons living or dead is purely above belong to the AVVS choiceg the man coincidental-accidental, anyway. x-+ DQ' 140 pan-hellenic council F ron! mw: Beverly Grenko lEliz:1heLh Scanlon janet Cole Ann Ri1:h:n'clson Sewuzrl row: Cynthia Choyce Belly Ann MeKunc Dorothy Anderson Pall jones Caroline Koch Put Daly Hack mm: B2ll'iJll1'2l Sll'yiiCl' Lunelln Yelonek Peggy Piper Ingrid Oppenheimer fi Je..- 142 AXQ Xllllld C111 Omega w IS founded 111 1881, ll IJLPQILIM U1111 emlv, '111el the Xlpha G'1111111a ch'1pLe1 wus msralled '11 UNM Ill 1918 The 11'1 f1Ofl2'll so1or1ty composed ol seventy two chapters, uses as 11s colon scarlet and ohye green 111el lb lCLOglllZ6Cl by 1ts pm 1 Greek lyle set 11 11h pearls The sorolxtv house lS loc 1ted 11 l71l Last Roma Xlplm Chl stulecl 1Ls Lh1rt1e1l1 ye.1ro11 thxs e unpus by pledgmg Lu e11Ly one new n1e111l1ers 111 gClJlCIHbC1 In IJCCCl1llJCI the SOIOIIIY had ns lllllll 11 PTOUILSSIVL Ch11sL1111s Dll1llCl Dfmec gomg L0 the guls houses 101 the LOLIISLS und enclmg '1t the so1or1ty house lox the d.111ee In Fi.lJll1Zll'y M1s ly 111 L NV1ll1s ll 1t101111l VICC PICS1ClCl1f 111 1ele l1er ofli C111 Xlbll and 1 Lea was gn en Ill l1e1 honor I11 Apr1l the lust 11111101 ll1llCl10l'l of Lhe ye.1r .1 spung dance, look place 11 the lxmghls ol Columbus hall lXIL111lJLlS were 1ep1ese11teel on e.1111pus tlllS ve ll 111 the lolloumg Olg'll1lZ'lf.lOl1b. Mort'11 Bo1rd. B.11b11'1 G11111111e1 AXVS. Peggy Pxpe , Spurs: B'l1'lJ'l1"l Stone, I"1t Perkins' Phi 1Xlpl1z1 Theta: Colleen Hogan: Drum Mujoreltez -le'111etLe Lain. AL l1o111ee'o111i11g A Chi O was ll0l1OI't.Cl by lruing hl'l1'j0l'lC lllCl1Cl'S0l1 chosen as Hrst '1tLend:111L to the ll0IllC,C0l11ll1g queen. Xlso the house elecor'1lio11s won F1rsL prize in the women s group. 0 ircrx, lover right. Front ron, lr! In righl: Mzxrilyn 131110113 Bz1rbz11':1 Slonez Bobby' Gere. Burk rozv: Jenn Sllfllll, SCC1'El2ll'y'2 Teri rlqCSll!'lIlI12 Mary' 1.011 McCallum, Vice-presiclcxuq Bfll'l72ll'1l fll'lll1ll1Cl', l'rcsiclc11l3 B:1rba1':1 Bigbee. Pledges, lower Iefl. Frou! row, lrfl lo right: COZZCIISQ B. Goclfreyg C. McGloll1li11: L. Mock: P. Giomig C. Green. Semml rozv: B. Lelyeckg C. KOI1I'2lllC N. Farrell: AI. KClLllCl'C M. Boyd: B. S. Hazel: C. llurnell: E. 'l'erry'. Burk l'UIl'.' P. l52lllCSI li. Ci11y'11or: B. Walker: D. Miller: C. Cain. Balrlmm Bigbcc Marilyn V. Eaton B2ll'llIll'2l Gere Ba1'lJ:n':l Crilnlncr Czirolyn Hill Colleen Hogan Belly Ann Kearns Beliy Kearns Kay Kearns Eleanor Kohlberg lllflll Lelrecli Qlozxnne Livingston Marian McDonald Shirlee Mnrkell Mary Lou McCallum M:n"jm'ic Olde Pnl Perkins l 44 alpha chl omega ,a is 4 mn si Peggy Piper Marjorie Riclierson Harry Rodgers Judy Rodgers Peggy Rose Shirley Sabin Sandra Lea Skelton Phyllis Slemon Jeanne Smith Barbara Stone Virginia Strike jeane Suran Theresa FI-C'Slll12'lll Vida Vidal :ss Q.. -x-"1 41 v ,. gf.-g4v.Q,Qg, ur,-a-1':-.1, G Ur- 1 i ,s 1: Q wk J, V Q WA fnf 5 I "v . 1 J" 133 u if - , E, 'I' Qx 'ff .Q x -4 - u. , ef.. wfwzwf, rf' - -:ff-' f' 1 7, V, ' lf9l3:1?7LE f , F ,.,.1,,V. A. PTF. .T 5 ,' f'zF?zi'-:Qi.- 'N -.1-,Ln .Jay ,Ligf-Y, 5 57-1? . 9.4, , , ,. , 711- f ,.:. 53-A .. Nfl-, .7 .,v5'C 1' ,-,., ,Q-,-K1 55f,.5 , alpha delta pl 147 Harriclle Bolinger Freda Brown Virginia Bygel Carol Calkins Nedra Cullencler Shirley Crist Pat Darden Peggy L. DeO1iviera Jeanne Frances Caroline Farnsworth Nancy Fraser Beverlee Grenko jackie Henrie Iris Holl' Patricin Hoffman Iona lnmon Inzlhelle Jessup Patricia jones Rosemary Jones Mary Kelly Florence Kleinmax. Emily Ann Large Margaret Moutrey Mildred L. Moutrey joyce McClelland Alis Wager-Smith Mildred Morrow Margaret Spaberg june Nordeen Pat Steed Myrna Palmer Martha R. VVilson Pat Paulantis jane Powell Pat Sauer l48 Q Chi Omega, founded at the University of Arkansas in 1895, was installed at UNM in 1925. Tl1e llZlLlOIlZ1l sorority has one hundred and one chapters and uses cardinal and straw as their colors. The Chi O pin is a Greek letter Omega with a pearled Chi superimposed upon it. The house is at 1805 East Roma. This fall the Chi Omega basketball team took first place in intra- murals. Jeanne Loveall was selected candidate for beauty queen. Dorothy Anderson and Floy Clark were candidates for homecoming queen 'and for P111 hellenic plesident Chl Omeoa members were honored vxlth two members 1n Spur B1rb'11'1 r,'1gCl and Sue VV1ll1 uns essamine Honey was tapped T01 lXIOI'ld1 Board Thice members were iepresented in S A I Tloy Clfnk Inviid Oppcnhe1mer 1nd Pat Dixon Ingr1cl was chosen Presldent olher pledge cI'1ss Ptt V1CCP1CSlClSl1I lsloy Treasurer C111 Omega social dCl1X1l1Cb neie highhghted with tl1e '1l1IN.1'1l White rO1I1121l held on the tenth of December 'tt tl1e Hilton Hotel Ojfcers, lower right. Left to riglzt: Miriam Malin, Vice-president: Carol Leeg Peggy Sweeney, Presideiitg Dorothy Anderson, Secretary: Rose Vocale, TfCHSlll'Cl'. Pledges, lower left. From row, left to right: P. Rutherfordg B. Hnulikg J. Howertong Y. Yarchog B. Roberts: C. McKinley. Second row: C. Herrnang P. Narmoreg E. R. Melbourneg N. Mulcahyg J. Cheetham: P. Mcllinnleygl M. J. Blanc. 'Back row: J. Andersong D. Dowdleg J. Jernigan. I-1' Dorothy Anderson Mary Greer jenebel Faw Yvonne Hatten Helen Irby Mildred Irby Carol Lee jeanne Loveall Miriam Mzllm Lois M. Morris I50 chi omega 151 jessaminc Musson Rose Vocale Ingrid j. Oppenheimer Ann Vocale Gwen Perry jennne XVel1s Norma Person Suzanne Williams Dot Pike Margaret Sweene' Mary Severns KA Gamma OlHlC1'Ol1 chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta was installed on the UNM campus in 1948. The national sorority was organized at DePauw University in 18711 and uses black and gold as its colors. The KAT pin is kite-shaped of black on gold with twin diamonds, inlaid with a white chevron on which are displayed the Greek letters Kappa Alpha Theta. Gamma Omicron held their hrst olhcial rush last fall after receiving their charter Marcl1 13, 1948. Thirty-one new pledges entered their names on the chapter rolls. A Tea honoring the new Theta housemother, Mrs. Mary Hard Xtllillis. began the social season. The new modernistically decorated Theta house was the scene of this event. The Theta fall formal was held at tl1e Knights of Columbus Hall, Small gold pocket knives with :1 Theta crest were given to each date. After each home football game 1801 East Roma held open house for all. Entertaining the fraterni- ties during the year added to tl1e social events. 1949 brought Theta's two banquets: The l"ounder's Day banquet l1eld in February and a Scholarship banquet in March. An informal dance was held in the spring. The school year ended with the tradi- tional party for graduating Seniors. D. Evans and Mitzi Reed were part of a University group which toured the state presenting songs and characterizations. Gypsy jo Bennett was elected Freshman class Vice-president, and four Theta's became members of S. A. I. Omcers, lower lefl. Front row, left to right: Lee Arnett, Treasurerg Carolyn Koch, President: Julie Ann Dorr. Back row: Betty Singerg Barbara XVykesg Elizabeth Ramsey, Secretaryg Barbara Stryker, Vice-president. Pledges, lower right. Front row, left lo right: B. Pearson: A. Redlieldg B. Frostg G. J. Bennettg T. Rowcg -I. A. Dinsmoorg M. Pennyg S. Morelandg M. Izzard. Second row: P. Calving N. Fordg C. Nicholls: M. Scheckg E. Hillg J. Patton: M. Murphyg G. Batemang M. Reedg ll. McDonough. Back row: M. Nobleg A. Bakcwellg M. Miller: N. Pringle: N. Rayg M. Kurzg j. Shanerg T. Prince: R. Llwydg S. A. Stephens: j. Pettittg M. R. Cliftg V. VVeinel. 153 kappa alpha theta Lee Arnell Dodie Benslezul Priscilla Brannon Ann Chrislianson Nancy Cook julie Ann Dorr Dolores I. Evans Barbara L. Hayes Sandy Huntington Carolyn Koch Elaine Taicherl Nancy Montgomery Barbara Wykes Patricia Nason Elizabeth Ramsey Betty Singer Lola Slytcr Barbara Stryker 154 KKF Gamma Beta chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma was installed at UNM in 1917. The national sorority was founded in 1870 at Monmouth College and its colors are light and dark blue. The pin is a golden key with the Greek letters Kappa Kappa Gamma on the stem and Alpha Omega Omicron on the ward. The Gamma Beta chapter pledged seventeen new members this year. Several Kappas were outstanding on campus: Phyllis Krell of Des Moines, Iowa, was elected president of Mortar Board, Mary Etta Bell of Albuquerque, one of six Kappas in Spurs., was elected presi- dent of that organization. joan Stromberg was elected Secretary- Treasurer of the Freshman class. Mimi Million was chosen "Sweet- heart ol UNM" to go to the University of Texas football game at Austin. Mimi and Camille Grantham were elected cheerleaders. The Founder's Day Banquet observing Kappa's 79th anniversary was highlighted by the burning of the chapter house mortgage by the local alumnae association. Social functions of the chapter included exchange dinners, open houses, a pre-football game dinner and an Christmas formal. Officers, lower riglzl. Front row, left to right: jane Reese, Treasurer: Lois Sorrell. Second row: Lily Townsend, Linda Parrish, Vice-president, Anne Draughon, Presidentg Pal Daly. Back row: Mary McCulloh, Secretary. Pledges lower Icft Front row left to rzqhl V Alexander: J. Milyardg, V. Chess M Keohane M Blake A Howison C. Hall. Back row: T. Mc- Canna J Stromberg J Kern S Coleman A Sells: F. Grosvenorg j. Smith: X1 Barton B Ream hr.. . -ar-.' - . A. .w 'f' - ui -- s kb xg.. . ...M ' rs I... F ,Wm Q ' X. I X, .. , .i',L V v 1 -e i' 'l J 'O ai- ' Bene L. Alben Nancie Bailey Betty Bentley Barbara Bergen Carol Campbell Mary Closson Nancy Coleman Pauicia Daly Nancy Devers Anne Draughon Camille Grantham Marilyn J. Hull Phyllis Krell Mary McCull0h L56 kappa kappa gamma l57 Marilyn Merchant Mimi Million Yonene Milyurcl joan Morgan Linda Parish jane Reese Anne Richardson -jean Schmechel Githa Sefton Barbara Stevenson Betty Thorne Lily Townsend Roberta Mligely jackie Yates B111 Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi was installed at UNM in 1946. Organi- zation of the national sorority took place in 1867 at Monmouth College, and their colors are wine and silver-blue. The Pi Phi pin is a golden arrow bearing the Greek letters Pi Beta Phi on the feather, with a loop chain pendant from the shaft. New Mexico Pi Beta Phi selected twenty-three pledges during fall rush week. Rush- ing was held at the Pike house. Five of the charter members, Topsy Dayton, Nita Lel-lane. Nancy Hobbs, Mabel Nunne and Charline Sage were in the chapter. Pi Beta Phi had a wide representation in various campus organizations and activities. Blythe Scott, Senior class Vice-president and home- coming co-chairman: Topsy Dayton, Lobo society editor: Liz Scanlan, coorgauizer of the junior Pan-hellenic Council: janet Cole, Secre- tary of Student Senate: Laurie Persing, A. W. S. vice-president. Amy Bond was crowned sweetheart of Sigma Chi. Nadeanne Nell' and Beverly Odom were attendants to Lambda Chi Alpha queen and PiKA Dream Girl. Pi Phi ranked high in all intramural competitions. Pauline Martin rated with the top women golfers of the city. Mary Alice Scott was chairman of the women's basketball tournament. Nancy O'Brien won the women's singles division in tennis. The social highlight of the year was the dinner dance at the Hilton on January 8. Officers, lower left. Front row, left to right: Caroline Kneip: jeanne Hall, Secretary: Grace jones: Beverly Odom: Eve Thom. Back row: Harriet Lceg Mabel Nunne, Vice-president: Laurie Persing, President: Barbara Clark: Ann Boid, Treasurer. Pledges, lower right. Front row, left to right: M. Barthell: J. Oakes: V. Harriman: M. Sage: j. Madclin: S. Krakow: A. Bond. Second row: B. An- derson: J. A. Nvalters: C. Rutter: C. Hickey: J. White: A. Tanner: R. Robinson: T. Gehr. Back row: P. Martin: I. Burney: J. Casler: C. lVoods: N. O'Brieng T. Holt: P. Sennell. pi beta phi 159 Janice Anderson Betty Ayres Jeanne Boyd Barbara Clark janet Cole Carolyn Dale Christine Dayton Elizabeth Catlin Jeanne Hall Elaine jackson Grace jones Hariet Lee NaDeanne Neff Mabel Nunn Beverly Odom Laurie Pershing Charline Sage Mary E. Scanlan Lou Schlotterbeck joan Schulze sv? Blythe Scott Mary A. Scott Marilyn Sundstrom Dolores Traver Kathleen Xvhite Sue Marie Zike 160 phrateres Phrateres was installed on the UNM campus in 1931. Epsilon chap- ter is a member of the international social organization which was founded at the University of California, Los Angeles, in 1924. Phra- teres are distinguished by their pin, a Greek Phi i11 gold set on a background of black. The sorority began the fall season by pledging twelve girls, and hold- ing their Rodeo Roundup, Bunco Circus and pledging party. A Foreign Student's tea was given on October 29, which included dancing and refreslnnents. A Tea Dance was sponsored in tl1e SUB on january 5, shortly after the annual Christmas party. In the spring a picnic-hayride was held. Phrateres took part in the annual spring rushing and pledging. In April Epsilon chapter spon- sored the Albuquerque Indian School dancers. A troupe of twenty students from tl1e Indian School performed such favorite ceremonial dances as the Yai-bai-chi, the Horsetail dance and the Hoop dance. Members of the sorority were honored by the acceptance of Ruthe Cunningham in Mortar Board: Suzanne Hernandez and Ethel Nnrge were elected to Spurs. Dorothy Tracy was a member of the Senior YVOlI'1CI'1'S debating team. Suzanne Hernandez was elected secretary- treasurer of the Sophomore class, and Cleo Mfright was chosen NIIRAGE Beauty Queen by screen actor Gregory Peck. Officers, lower right, Front row, left to right: Susanna Ross, Vice-president: Ruthe Cunningham, President: Ethel Nurgeg Alice Creecy, Secretary. Buck row: Sally Traviz, Treasurer: Emma Anaya: Suzanne Hernandez: Geraldine Rav. Pledges, lower left. Front row, left to right: P. Postg D. Tracy: C. Wright: M. Parker. Back mm: D. Gruberg L. Garciag F. Horvitz. '21 phrateries Alice Creecy Ruthe Cunningham Alctha Davenport Suzanne Hernandez Tess Kersling Mary Kurtz Helen Murphee Ethel Nurge Geraldine Ray Donna Reeder Susanna Ross Barbara Terrell Sally Traviz Nancy K. Smith 162 town club Town Club is an independent social organization for girls living oil campus. It was founded on May 5, 1948. The club's colors are laven- der and gold and their pin is an arrow with the letters TC on the shaft. First on the club's fall social calendar was a series of rush parties in Sara Raynolds Hall. Getting into the spirit of homecoming, Town Club entered their bowling alley float with the slogan "Strike 'em Lobos, Don't Spare 'em" and received the first prize award. Irene Betzer was the club's nomination for Homecoming Queen. Highlight- ing the club's social activities this year was the open house to entertain the men on campus and acquaint the new pledges with other University students. A social meeting with the new Townsmen, a barbecue, the animal XVinter formal and a spring hayride rounded out the year's social events. Town Club was well represented in the honors and oflices on campus this year. Roberta Young, president of the Senior class was a member of Mortar Board, Tau Kappa Alpha, and Alpha Delta Kappa. Rose Ellen Martin, secretary-treasurer of Junior class became a member of S. A. I. and the Student Senate. Town Club was represented in Spurs by Mary Alice Elkin. Bettie Lou Grogan was initiated into Kappa Omicron Phi, and Billie jean Reynolds and Anita Sandoval became members of S. A. I. Ofliz-ers, lower right. Fmnl row, lefl to right: Juanita Walters, Presideutg Bernice Cox: ltlartlia Brown. Secretary. Hack row: Rose Ellen Marlin: jean Barnett: Mary Alice Elkens. Treasurer: Betty Lou Grogan, Vice-president. Pledges, Iouwr left. Front mum left In right: H. Camp: AI. jones. Second Vow: P. Briggs: M. Larson: B. Ivy: J. Stovall. Back. row: B. Bower: N. Carl. town club Jean Barnett Martha Brown Bonnylu Butler Frances Cochran Dorothy Cohen Mary A. Elkin Janice C. Gibson Betty L. Grogan Bernice I-Iolmen Beatrice Holmes Rose E. Martin Florence McCarthy Mary J. McKeown Phyllis Nordin Joann Redmond Billie Reynolds Norma Sperry Martha L. Xveeks Juanita Xvalters Roberta Young 164 165 the lnter flaternlty council P1131 101U De'm Howard X NI lthmy Pom Mont5,omen Dlew Mlnteen Saumd mu Jun Dos len George Grunclc I Rosenbxum Rxchurd Balley Thzrd mw Glyndale P iulk jxm Matthews C eorbe Byrnes LeRoy Broun Back oow Hugh Hafelkamp Mel Kiefer joe Spence Ed Souek Saou Adler o 0 0 I ' M, H1 ' , ' , U M v ,V if . ig, ,,., .J H N. . 1-5 . 1 , 1 W I w , w:4f .-.5 " ., . : , . , . ,'. ' . : . I. n 7 . 1 1 1 ' . . Y - 1 K ' . 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Q4 2 Z-'m x I F5 .. ,T '- 4- f. k , 4' -jf3fLQ 'I F' V, iiilk- tir e A w 'iw iii 'f Pi y 31:3 5,-1,1 'gg if -'- 11, 153. If "i1l:: Wzbx:y',ji: 'I is W-.T ,A ffl? '- ' J ' fs gl i i : . 'L + , -f www -f :mf iff A V fi tif. Q if Fi B X, T7 il Lf- -f, 'th A 'qt '9 . ' 3' '55 W ni'-FN f,,4 42 ' , LQ g r v. gi ,Q ' 4 alpha epsllon Pl 167 Irving Bell Melbourn Bernstein Stanley Felclham Ed Glaser Henry Grossman David Judd Robert Miners Adrian Pelzner Martin Resnick Ernest Rosenbaum J. Rosenbaum ' Arnold L. Schramm Raymond Shapira Morton Tenenbaum A2 Alpha Xi chapter of Delta Sigma Phi received its charter at UNM on June 6, 1947. The national fraternity was founded at the College ol' the City of New York on December 10, 1899. Fraternity colors are Nile green and white and the flower is the white carnation. The Delta Sig badge is a diamond displaying the Greek letters Delta Sigma Phi along its short diagonal in gold on a background of black enamel. At the upper apex is a circle of white displaying a pyramid of green. At the lower apex is a sphinx in gold. This past year Delta Sigma Phi, one of the youngest social organizaa tions on the campus, played host at several functions, perhaps the most memorable of which was the annual Sailor's Ball. Strictly in- formal, this traditional costume party won the applause of members and invited guests, and was hailed generally as a high spot in the first YCHIJS activities. Torn Zudick came as a one-eyed pirate, and LeRoy DeSoto represented an admiral of an undesignated foreign power. The theme was "Ship Ahoy! Make way for the Delta Sigsl" To acquaint the new pledges with the actives, a baseball game was held, and as a result of the Hnal score the actives paid through the spigot. Alpha Xi chapter was honored by having Marvin Causey elected to Khatali and Who's VVho. Glenn Mlershing wrote a gossip column in the Lobo and Gil Arroyo was circulation manager. Pat Doyle and Marvin Causey participated in the intra-mural debate contests. Ogicers, lower left. Front row, left to right: Henry Frazier, Treasurer: jay Burke, Presidentg Carl Sandberg, Secretary. Back row: Marvin Causcyg Tom Zudickg john Sleeman. Pledges, lower right. Front row, left to right: L. Lure: NV. Daley. Back row: T. Brinkg j. Sleeman. delta si ma phi 169 Mel Anderson Gil Arroyo Bill Bonine Edwin jay Burke Raymond Carl Marvin Causey Thonms -I. Clear, jr. Keilli Cooper Lewis Denson Leroy DeSoto james Doyle Donald H. Drennun C. Everett Dow I-Ienry Frazier Robert B. French Samuel Goldsmilh Lloyd E. Hatneld George F. jaramillo Melvin H. Keiffer William Klart Pele Krnich J. R. McClury R. B. MCKCCl12ll1 Marc Myron Arthur C. Toncre Martin Vasques Glen YVershing KA Beta Phi chapter ol Kappa Alpha was installed at UNM in 1929. Kappa Alpha order was founded at Washington College, Lexington, Virginia, December 21, 1865. The KA colors are crimson and old gold and the badge is one gold shield superimposed upon another. It has a Greek cross of gold within the circle and above are the letters KA in gold on a black held. The fraternity house is located at 1635 East Roma. This fall KA pledged a group ol fourteen to initiate the year's activi- ties. Headed by the VVinter formal held January 8, the list of social activities included several informal dances, picnics and open houses. On January 19, alumni, actives, and pledges joined to enjoy a ban- quet honoring Robert E. Lee, original KA patron. Climaxing the year's activity, the annual Spring Dixie Ball provided all KA's the opportunity of observing the chivalric customs and traditions of the Old South. Among the outstanding KA's in campus activities were: Virgil Boteler, co-captain of football team and "Who's YVho" member: Don Wolking, senior Khatali and College of Engineering representative to the stu- dent senate: Bob Langford, president of Vigilante, sophomore student council representative, and I. F. C. member: Dave Nolting, Junior Khatali, C. M. Botts, Memorial Scholarship winner, and organiza- tion's editor for the NIIRAGEQ Cal Rogers, Vigilante: and Lynne Mar- tin, Vigilante. Ojicers, IOIUC7' left. Front row, left lo right: Robert Fulton: Joe Spence, President: F. L. Shead, Secretary-treasurer: Don Wolking. Back row: Loring Smith: James Fisher: James NVils0n: Norman XV. Riebe. Pledges, lower right. Front row, left io right: H. johnson: P. Butt: T. Fulton: G. Yourick: H. Ball. Back row: C. Hagerman: R. Latimer: J. Dunn: B. Figge. kappa alpha l7l Earl D. Allen Clay Buchanan Donald Cnmhell Robert Crane Spence Devilt john W. Dunn Marshall Farris Robert A. Figge james M. Fisher Robert L. Fulton lj im Garitson Bob Grant David L. Irion james H. Irwin Bob Langford George Limncher William Marconi Lynne Bartin john Mclntosh Richard Myers Dave Nolling Robert Nolting Dean Osmundson joe M. Palmer Martin Pierce Spencer Platt Edgar D. Rawls Charles Repenning Norman W. Riebe Lynn B. Risle Hugo D. Rockett Calvin Rodgers Fayne L. Sheacl Edward W. Shepherd Albert L. Smith Loring B. Smith joe T. Spence Forrest Stewart Wilbur Stilwell Robert Sylvanus james H. Wilson Don Xvolking 172 KE Delta Zeta of Kappa Sigma was installed on the UNM campus in 1925. Kappa Sigma was founded at the University of Virginia in 1869. Kappa Sig colors are scarlet, white and emerald and the badge is a crescent of gold holding a five pointed star in black, with border of white and' gold. Within the star are the letters in Greek KS, sur- rounded by a circle of jewels. The crescent displays at its widest part the skull and bones, while at the sides are crossed swords and crossed keys. The fraternity house is located at 505 No. University. Last summer the interior of the Kappa Sig house was completely redecorated along modernistic lines. The ultra-modern interior pre- sents a pleasant contrast to the hacienda style exterior which has been such a familiar sight on campus. The social season was highlighted by the Bowery Dance, followed by the annual Founders' Day Ban- quet, at which the principal speaker was Harold P. Huls, the l'raternity's national president. Open houses after each home football game, picnics and other informal events throughout the year rounded out an exceptional social season. Kappa Sigs active in school affairs this past year were Hank Trewhitt, Lobo editor: Floyd Sabin, Student Council: and George Dixon, presi- dent of Phi Mu Alpha. LeRoy Brown for the second year in succession took over the position of co-chairman in charge of Home- coming. Olliczfrs, lower right. Left lo riglzl: Scott Biddle, Secretary: George Dixon: Glyndale Paulk, President: Thomas Trotter: jack Keefe, Treasurer. Pledges, lower left. Front row, left to right: S. L. Storseth: ml. McGee: B. Barnes: D. Harris: J. Glasgow: R. I-lays. Second row: R. Arnndale: J. Allen: T. Mills: D. Pattison: D. Hudson: Al. Fuqua: H. McGrath: M. Wells: B. Currey. Third row: C. Thornton: ul. May: R. Lee: P. Vescovo: T. Robinctl, M. Taylor: D. Willis: B. Frantz: E. Mihas: B. Mackeldnff. Back row: D. Ackerman: lVeldon: P. Kettclhnt: J. Andrews: B. Poppen: C. Osgood. lei Dick Becker W. Scott Biddle LeRoy Brown John Buron Ernest Carmichael Bill Crawford Mark Davids George Dixon A Wendell Doty Paul Gnmertsfelder jack Gibson Charles Grosvenor Bill Guthrey Elwood Hopf Barney Hunter Richard johnson Arthur E. jones jack Keefe Robert Koch William Lond Edward Laughlin 174 kappa si ma 175 Leonard Lee james L. Macurd v Arthur McGinnis Robert Mitchell W'il1i:1m Morris Charles Norris Bill Nufer Wally Parker Glyndale Pziulk Edgar Powell Floyd Sabin Robert Schooley Morton Seymour P. J. Short Ed Sobol Harry E. Slowers Hank 'Trewhitt Tom Walters Charles Weber Mfalter Webster John L. WVhee1er Richard L. Xvickens Zeta Mu of Lan1bda Chi Alpha was formally installed at UNM in the spring semester of 1948. Lambda Chi Alpha was founded at Boston University in 1906. The colors of tl1e fraternity are purple, green and gold. The badge of the Lambda Chi's is a pearl-set crescent with horns turned toward the left, and enclosing a monogram ol the Greek letters Lambda Chi Alpha. The center of the crescent bears the Greek letters Delta Pi in gold on black enamel. Lambda Chi Alpha, after completing its most scccessful rush week, went on to win first place in the Hoat division ol the Homecoming activities with its "A-Nile-Atorf' The first annual Crescent Ball was held in December, and at this time the first Crescent Girl was pre- sented. In the spring semester the second annual Eight Ball dance was held. The charter which was granted the summer of 1948 was formally presented during a week-encl which was Hlled with activities in honor of the occasion. George Byrnes was elected president of the junior class in the lall. Jack Griflee, business manager of the MIRAGE, was in charge of the annual NIIRAGE Beauty and Popularity Balls. Frank Bartlett pub- lished the annual Greek Register, and in his position as chaimian of entertainment for the University, put on many student body dances throughout the year. Richard Deas made several tours throughout the Southwest giving many piano recitals. Ojicers, lower left. Front row, left to right: George Byrnes, Vice-president: jim Culver, Preside11t. Back row: George Pittman, Secretary: Kurt Xverner. Pledges, lower right. Front row, left to right: XV. Flanagan: R. Baginski: N. Halversong L. Pearsall: R. S. Van de Voorde. Bm-If row: -I. Haken: J. Foley: K. D. Naylor: YV. G. Currieg D. Fowler. a , x A Q in M '12 ,g , ,. E A , H gf: g A Q fg v- 5414- gg A QW QQ' -1 gr ng Q. ' 5 N ,Aga H ...him ., ' A 5 , 4-2 Hg? , W Vw 4 I Lb A X Q K-L, A iglwg . -' WX X ' A, . f ' X ' kiwi 451 +' M 5 5 2: 1 535-sf ' ifziiffu X 125.53 .R . za-W, ,M Egg fatgfgf ,,L mfg' f, , Milfs , 55,1 : x - - wtf 1 , 1 W rw-54 , K f . , ff-, ' . , f .N ,1 , , QQ G ,Q ' n Hb '1 1 AL has 'X 96 . --- , . ... an , ik A :awk 1, W . A K S , ..,.. I ,A-I 1 :J m-::W1,x. V . .A M M v 1 2, 2 W ' 'flaw H ' gygilff 1 .K 55 R 1' ff .. . Wag KL X - X 382 , 2 ,. M X I , T 1 . . f' :" ':' ,Ex we if' Sh' QQ- H 411225 W My Q -ww v f K, N Q ' .fe-Qi 1 ' uv. 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The fraternity colors are argent and azure. The badge consists of a shield with a scroll bearing the Greek letters Phi Delta Theta in the lower part of the Held and an eye in the upper part. A sword runs through the shield and is at- tached with a chain. Plans for the new Phi Delt house were initiated this fall. This year the Phi Delts celebrated the hunclredth anniversary of the na- tional fraternity, and a delegation of seven from the local chapter attended the Centennial Convention at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. The social calendar during the past year consisted of the Sword and Shield Ball, Founders Day Banquet and a series of open houses. The Miami Triad dance was also held in conjunction with the local Sigma Chi chapter. Ojicers, lower left. Left to right: john Malone: Bill Blanc, Treasurer: Jerry Rhodes: George Grande, Presidentg Bob Miller: Donald Brownewell. Pledges, lower right. Front row, left to right: E. Bettzg P. Maloof: D. R. Yvardg WV. Saint: C. Ward III: P. Carroll: E. Gebhardt. Second row: G. Borupg B. Justice: B. Sommer: R. Carlisle: YV. Taylor: D. Westphal: C. Nelson: B. DeBord. Back row: j. Malone, pledgemaster: K. Henning: R. Maynard: D. Towne: E. Key: D. Downs: J. Mitchell. phi delta theta 179 Bill Blanc jack Boies Phil Bowhay Donald Brownewell Roben Carpenter Frank Clements Bud Fleisch Kurt Gabel George Grande Robert D. Grone Ronald Hammershoy Frank Henlhorn Douglas Lawrence Alan Lindell i L I . l u l l l l , .54-Am, . james A. Mahoney john H. Malone james R. Matthews Jim H. Mitchell Edward Morrell jerry Rhodes Edgar C. Cooper Forrest Smith Bill Stefzmek Frank E. Wells jim Woods 180 A-F Q- F-.i , gf.,',,:a1,i.w--24,9 ,. ,V , uk.. K I , we "' -s 2 4' .ffgw , Wig W A a f 7 f ' im V 1.4. ,- . -Sk x 1 f Vw ,xt 1 5::'!25'f?"Eg. mix 'yi QQ- Jgyzggsfzlfi 1f5f'ijf2ff '- , gr I I .5,,..- , 11- 1iL?ill-5 FN 5 -S 16 ' ' ls-'H V f 4 'af ,ft . . ,.-, V N . 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Pike's are recognized by their pin which is a shield of white surmounted by a dia111ond in black. Upon the diamond are tl1e three capitals Pi Kappa Alpha in gold. Pikes, meeting at their secret building, the Estula. opened up this year's fraternity activities with the pledging of 52 men. Pi Kappa Alpha was represented in tl1e student government organizations lacin ' two men, Bill S Jeer and Dick Gaines on the Student Council. P 8 l In tl1e Senate Pi Kappa Alpha was represented by Paul Casabonne, its vice-president. In athletics Pi Kappa Alpha's men, eight in num- ber, held positions on the Lobo varsity tean1, four others placing with the freshman team. In tl1e intra-murals a strong bid was being made by mid-semester to capture the Intra-mural trophy for tl1e 1948-49 year. In social activities Pi Kappa Alpha's annual Dreamgirl Formal proved to be the highlight of the Pikes social season, with Amy Bond being chosen as the Dreamgirl of PiKA. Officers, lower right. Front row, left to right: James L. Hatchett, Secretary: Rudy Sullivan, President: Vaughn Westaway, Vice-president. Back row: Bob Thompson: George Atkinson, Treasurer: R. G. Lee: Jol1n Sullivan. Pledges, lower left. Fro-nl row, left to right: T. Slaughter: L. Morelli: E. Smith: B. Burrows, G. Turner. Second 7'0ZL'.' G. Jenkins: L. Johnson: C. Hill: D. Suttle: J. Goodrnm: J. Kelly. Third row: R. Dawc: J. Vidad: W. Gunderson: C. Grow: H. Sandman: G. Henry: Sands: H. Duniven. Fourth row: J. Storrer: J. Safety: B. Jordan: J. Tomberlin: J. Pierce: M. Price: D. DeVoss: G. Shaver: J. Leakou. Fifth row: C. Eggert: D. Mlallace: L. Jessup: J. White: D. Cornell: L. Mayer: J. Situer: E. Cooke: C. Hooper. Back row: N. Hendricks: J. Beard: T. J. Williams: R. Holt: D. Woods: D. Chitty: B. Buvens: B. Boyd: XV. Brown. .Ax 'rf if X-f George Atkinson Robert Bear William Botwinis john Burton jack Cargill Paul J. Casabonne Hank Compton jim DeVoss joseph Fischle Phil Freeman Dick Gaines Frank Grubbs Ray Gunderson james Hatchelt Mel I-Iinson David Holzhnuer Tom jones Ben Kelly John Kinzer Harry Lee William Long l 84 185 'wgggv 5552:-Sm pi kappa alpha john Lookingbill Marvin Metheny George McFadden Kenneth Moore Ed Pate Dick Pederson Waller Perkowski Richard Pino Tom Plunkett Gene Polk james H. Ryan Duane L. Sewell john M. Shirley Don M. Sisk William Speer Rudy Sullivan Robert Thompson George Vincent Harry Woosley fa- EA Tau chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon was installed at UNM on February 9, 1946. Sigma Alpha Epsilon was founded at the University of Alabama in 1856. SAE colors are royal purple and old gold. The badge is diamond-shaped, a little less than an inch long and in the center of a background of nazarene blue is the symbol of Minerva and the lion. Above this are the Greek letters Sigma Alpha Epsilon in gold. New Mexico Tau of Sigma Alpha Epsilon began the school year 1948-49 by participating in many school activities. SAE's made a clean sweep as ollicers of the Lettermen's Club with Vince Cappelli, president, Vince Fiorino, vice-president, Bob Lalicker, secretary- treasurer and Burton Smith, representative to the Student Senate. The Lettermen's Club picked two SAE's as Lettemien of the year in their respective sports: Rudy Krall, football and Vince Cappelli, baseball. Larry Hess was Business Manager of the Lobo and served on the Student Council and Drew Minteer sewed as secretary-treasurer of the Inter-fraternity Council. Officers, lower left. Front row, left to right: Clem Kooglerg Wally Martin: Burton C. Smith, Vice-president: Scott Adler, President. Back, row: Clifford Gallagher, Treasurer: Dick Stockton, Bob Lalicker, Secretary, jack Cobbett: Tom Fitzgerald. Pledges, lower right. Front row, left to right: B. Otter: B. Bresettg G. Fleck: B. Blumershineg T. Bryson. Second row: C. Matson: L. l-Iansong D. Baum- gartnerg R. Pyle: A. Camling C. Krutcikg H. C. Cox. Back row: J. Gettlcg B. Clemensong G. McNary3 A. Boydg R. Reynolds: D. Hartwick. 137 si ma alpha epsilon Scoll Adler Connie Alexander Bill Bennett Dan Brosier Randle Browder Champ Clark jack Cohbeu Bob England C. Clement Koogler Thomas A. Fitzgerald Robert Lalicker Thonlas C. Gallagher Bob Mclilheney A john R. Gill Donald McKee Ray Harrison Larry Hess George johnson I 1 Walter Martin Drew Minteer jack Nicholas Ralph Phillippi Willis Pickel Doolie Pierce Ed Richmond Morris Rippel Floyd Slasor Richard Stockton Robert Strauss Keith Svendby Ellison Timmons XV. J. Twinting Edwin W. Wallacc Sherrill Weida Donald Wilson jerry YVolf 188 EX Beta Xi chapter of Sigma Chi was founded at UNM in l9l6. Sigma Chi was founded june 28, 1855, at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. The fraternity colors are blue and old gold. The badge is a cross of gold and white enamel. In the center is an elliptical plate of black enamel displaying the Greek letters Sigma Chi. The fraternity house is located at 1815 Los Lomas Road. Beta Xi chapter of Sigma Chi. after a successful rush week, pledged thirty-one men. The chapter is well represented by campus leaders. Bob Taichert was elected Student Body President, and Dave Kimball was elected Junior class representative to the Student Council. Dick Tischhauser was elected to serve on the student athletic council. Bud Cushing was elected president of the Freshman class. Craig Summers, well known campus choral director offered his New Mexico Hymn as the new alma mater song for the University. The song was voted on and accepted by the student body. I The traditional Black and X'Vhite dance was held at the I-Iilton Hotel and was high-lighted by the selection of Amy Bond, Pi Beta Phi, as this YCZIIJS Sweetheart of Sigma Chi. Other highlights of social events throughout the year were the Halloween Dance and the Spring Formal. The always popular Klondike Dance, given by the pledge class, was a memorable occasion. Open houses were held for all sororities. Officers, lower right. Front row, left to right: Dick Tischhauser: Pat Ham- ilton: John Martin. Second row: .lim Thorsong Dave Kimball, Vice- Jresi- dent: Sherb Anderson, President: john Catron, Secretary: Andy Andrews. Hack row: jack Kleinheim: Frank Roberts: Evertt Smith, Treasurer. Pledges, lower left. Front row, left to right: C. Cushing: XV. Glathe: N. Jacobs: R. H. Fidler: L. Drake: B. Smith: J. Brown, B. Bygel: R. Huenefeld. Second row: B. Deaton: j. Hall: J. Howison: L. Damron: R. Walpole: S. jack: L. Montano: F. Purmort. Back -row: E. Mann: M. Kelly: R. Sander- son: G. Dernbach: L. Scheug B. Butterfield: W. O. Griffith: N. MacNeil. .Qs Qizm -fl-W in 5 Sherburne Anderson Andy Andrews Pete Angelos Richard Bailey William Baker Leon Butterfield Josh Buttersprend M. Byrne Cates -john Catron Wright Van Deusen jim Doolittle jim Frost John Futterknecht Joseph Garcia l". C. Green Richard Hazard Pat Hamilton A. T. Hannet Fred Herlocker Norman Hodges Ben Horton Dave Kimball Charles Kleinhcin Robert Kohn Gene Koury .I 90 si ma chi 191 Lionel Lancaster Duane Lang David Lucas john A. Martin Bill Mason Ruric Mason W. V. Meyer Merle Milfs Hugh Mitchell john H. Morrison Harry Parsons Donald Pomeroy jim Pusey J. C. Ritchie Frank Roberts john P. Sanderson Robert Savage Lester Six Laurence Spears Robert Taichert Fred Terry james Thorsen Stephen Veitch A. E. Willett Harry Xvright IIJE New Mexico Alpha chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon was established at UNM in April, 1929. Sigma Phi Epsilon was founded at Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia, in 1901. Fraternity colors are purple and red. The badge is heart shaped, displaying the skull and bones and tl1e letters Sigma Phi Epsilon in gold on a background of black enamel. The first social event of the year for New Mexico Alpha of Sigma Phi Epsilon was the Halloween costume party. An old-fashioned Christ- mas party was held in December. The Christmas theme was carried out in decorations and there were presents for everyone. The chap- ter entertained all the campus sororities with open houses at which buffet dinners were served. A snow party was held in the Sandias at the height of the winter season. The season was climaxed by the spring formal, Queen of Hearts Ball. Much, credit is due to the new housemother, Mrs. Minnick, for making tl1e past year a social success. Sigma Phi Epsilon was active in all campus activities and several Sig Eps held positions of importance during the year. Glen Ross became assistant editor of the Lobo: Tom Montgomery was elected president of I. F. C.: Bob Granick was elected vice-president of the Junior class and member of the Student Council. Representing Sigma Phi Epsilon in the Intra-mural Debate contests, Bob Albright and Hugh Hafercamp reached the finals. The Campus Chest drive was headed by Andy Mitchell. Ojicers, lower left. Front row, left to right: Paul Carlton: Hugh Hafer- kamp, Vice-president: John C. Hagensick: Tom Montgomery. Back row: Elwin Schaeffer, Treasurer: Don Kendrick, Secretary: Leo Kelmenson, Presi- dent: Glen Ross: Bob Walters. Pledges, lower right. Front row, left Lo right: C. Miley: R. Phibbs: R. Win- gate: R. Harmon: H. Beary. Second row: j. Ermatinger: D. Chapel: D. Phelps: B. Fortier: L. Sensiba: D. Graham. Back row: I. Hagen: J. Parsons: M. Bell: B. Davis: K. Meyer: N. Hammond: j. Kosler. E . , , . rj if X if l n sigma phi epsilon 193 Robert D. Albright Alan XV. Atkins Albert O. Bemiss Brian Pat Bennett Lewis Owen Campbell Paul Carlton Owen Coats Byron William Conrad jess Durnell Chuck Gassoway Bob Granick Hugh J. Hriferkamp john Hagensick Frank Kelly Don M. Kendrick Clyde jones Kenneth R. Judkins Leo Kelmenson P. Anderson Love Andrew F. Mitchell Tom Montgomery Fred R. Peck Don Rhoades Glen L. Ross Elwin Schaefer Jack Tam' jim Thrasher Tom Ward B. XV. Washburn john K. Xvichelns 194 the townsmen The Townsmen Club was organized on the UNM campus in the fall of 1948. Members are drawn from Independent men living off-campus, who might otherwise be excluded from membership in a social organization. Better fel- lowship among Independent men is the purpose of the group. Under Bill Arntz, first semester president, the initial organizational and policy work was stressed. Townsmen entered a float in the Homecoming parade, held lectures by guest speakers, and sponsored activities in conjunction with the wo1nen's Town Club. During second semester several dances and parties were held. Outstanding members in the organization included: Dick Barrett: Bill Arntz, Student Senate President: Jene Lyon, MIRAGE editor: Robert Cox, Sophof more Class President: Bob Hawk, President of the International Relations Club. Several members are included in the Khatali and Vigilantes ranks. Ofj'icers,fro1zt row, left to right: Martin Prince, Treasurer: Bruce Weatherill, Secre- tary: Donald Hollander. Back row: Nick Simon: Bill Arntz, President: Leonard Maynard, Vice-president: John Lewis. First row: William Arntz: Francis J. Bagnor: Jerome Cohen: Robert Cox: Marion -I. Fabrizio Marvin Garlinkel: Robert Hawk. Second row: Ronald Hollander: Arthur Kessel: Bob Levy jene Lyon: George Mitchell. Third row: Martin Prince: Ronald Ruble: Nicholas D. Simon Bruce E. Xveatherill. I95 Ojicers, left to right: Joanne Tottenhoff, President: Ruth Faust, Secretary: Jeanne South, Treasurer. Not shown: Nan Franklin, Vice-president. Fifteen charter members of Delta Delta Delta were organized into a pledge group as the Deltas on November 19, 1948, zind received their charter in the Spring of 1949 to become national Tri Delta's ninety-fourth collegiate chapter. Delta Delta Delta was founded at Boston University in 1888. Sorority colors are silver, gold, and blue. The Tri Delt pin is a gold crescent with three Deltas outlined in black. 1 Formal pledging ceremonies were held at the Hotel Franciscan in connection with Delta Delta Deltals sixtieth anniversary, and on November 21 the pledge group was presented at a large tea given at the Student Union for University administrative officials, faculty and organization representatives. Other social functions included a Christmas party hon- oring the Albuquerque Alliance of Tri Delta, sponsors of the new collegiate chapter, a number of teas, open houses and the traditional Tri Delta Pansy Breakfast, given each Spring. Tri Deltais national officers visited the University campus in the spring and con- ducted the formal installation ceremonies. The fraternity's national travelling secretary vis- ited tl1e charter group several times during the year. The New Mexico chapter of Tri Delt was formally installed May 6, 7 and 8. For the first time in the history of Tri Delt every national olhcer was present at the ceremony. Phi Delta chapter will take part in the national scholarship plan which sends a Chinese boy to college every year. There will also be a local scholarship fund for needy students. 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Brice-13, 107, 224 Fisher, John A.-38 Coapn-mn, A, L,-11, 37 - ', Y Davidson, James-62 DOWHIE. R01Je1't W,-25, 243 EvanS, Dolores-39, 137, 153 Fitch, James-103 coals, owen-37, 193 - l Davidson, Shirley-38 Downs. Darby-178 Evans, Margaret L.-100 Fitzpatrick, Joyc 53 101 106 Cohbert, Jack 7, 186, 187 f 1 Ilgavidsmg llV,?yn35E-38 g0vlnS.CL0l:S-gg, 103 I 146 ' ' ' Cochran, Frances-37, 108, 164 , . Q fwies. an - oy e, ar r- Fitz er 1,1 Th ,- Cochran, Marian-64 . 1 Davis, Jack-235 Doyle. James-169 Fabrizio, Marion-39, 195 135 ' omas A 13' 186' Coder, Norman-11, 91 , Davis. Leonard E.-25 Doyle, Ruth-25 Farber, J oseph-62 Flanagan, Willis E,.53 176 177 Coen, George F,-11, 91 'f Davis, Rexford-25 Drahelle, John-103 Farinelli, David-13 Flanagan, Robert-13 ' ' Coifelt, Rosemary-106 ' DBVQS. R01J9l'l1-33 Drake, Cedric-12, 91 Farmer. Dewey-52 Fleck, George A.-25 186 cohen, Dorothy-37, 164 Davis. Robert H.. 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NVith the proper amount of person- ality, large quantities of intelligence, abundant schol- astic ideals of the highest order, line administrative skill, a sound knowledge of educational economics, and political perspicuity-anyone can become presi- dent of a university. The new head of the University of New Mexico has all of these qualities, combined with a student's-eye view of the world. After twenty-three years of line duty, Tom L. Pope- joy ascended to the Presidents chair on July 1, 1948. Few men have been better schooled in managing the affairs of a large schootl. Mr. Popejoy received his B.A. and lVI.A. degrees in residence here, and immediately after the hrst occasion was given a position as full In- structorg eventually he became an Associate Professor of Economics. I-Iis interest in the University did nc stop with teaching, however. career at UNM, the positions of Graduate Managei Athletics, Director of Student Employment, Alum Secretary, Executive Assistant to the President, A ing Registrar and Comptroller. In 1935 he was a pointed State Director of the National Youth Admi istration, and soon was advanced to Deputy Admini trator of N YA in NVashington. Our new President has held, at various times in li ' c 1 c 1 1 is once iemoved from mundane affans-but the ie ords say this is not so. Mr. Popejoy is an ardent spor man, a top-notch amateur golfer, he was instrument in the establishment of the University Golf Cour All of these accomplishments may sound like the ma . . t president tons . pop joy and serves as Secretary-treasurer of the Albuquerque Open Golf Tournament Associationg with rod and gun he holds his own against all competition. To stu- dents wanting advice, aid or encouragement, his of- fice is always open and the welcome always sincere. Since the private lives of important men are prac- tically public property anyway, we can safely tell you that Tom Popejoy was forty-six years old last Decem- ber second. He was married Qstill is, tooj while a stu- at work- landscape with hooks . . . the President stands by with Miss Helen Hef- ling Qacting for Librar- ian Arthur McAnallyQ , as Senator Clinton P. Anderson presents the University with a gift of 1,064 volumes for the Library. At Homecom- ing Mr. Anderson gave the school a valuable collection of material dealing with the recent war, and other na- tional and internation- al problems. at home- posing in the study . . . the Presidents family sits for our camera. The boss on the left, Mrs. Popejoy seated with Tommy and toy catalog. Inset: daugh- ter jeanne, now Mrs. Loren Smith. Jeanne is a junior in the College of Business Adminis- tration. Incidentally, the desk in the back- ground is one of Mr. Popejoy's treasures - it is the desk he used for many years in his old office in the Ad Build- ing. 211 dent at UN M to another UNM student, Bess Kimball. The Popejoy's have two children: a daughter Jeanne. now Mrs. Loren Smithg and young Tommy, formally called Tom L., jr. I if 'Zip '?N academic Many students know Dr. France V. Scholes as a profes- sor teaching courses in Southwestern and Latin Amer- ican.History, but most do not know that he taught History here at UNM in the late twenties and early thirties. Dr. Scholes hasnhad a varied career as an edu- cator, researcher and author. He has taught at Massa- chusetts Institute of Technology and at Colorado College. In 1929 Dr. Scholes was in charge of a mission working in Mexico for the Library of Congress photographing historical manuscripts. A few years later he served as research investigator for the Division of Historical Re- vice-president france v. scholea search of tl1e Carnegie Institute. His travels in pursui of knowledge have taken him to France, England Spain, Mexico and much of Latin America. Since 1944 the new vice president has held the position of Dean o the Graduate School at UNM, an office he still hold The Scholes' family consists of one wife: Lillithg on' daughter: Mary Ann, age 155 and one Dean. i if l ' e1 I--I dean of women I .!,, ...Tw ......., w.,,...,1 ,f ,V C, '- 1 . ,,, f,m',ELw lena c. clauve 213 I -,-,.?, .,., W ,, ,-,.,,M,.g, I V - W F, :YQ '45 V!-1555: :ff r' 1-k. dean of men howard v. :nathan y eollege of art dean thomas c. donnelly Qalso, Dean of General Collegej department heads Top row, left to right: Miguel jorrin, School of Inter-Axnericzm Affairsg W. YV. Hill, Department of Anthropology, Edward F. Cas- tetter, Department of Biology, julian S. Duncan, Department of Economics. Bottom row: Thomas M. Pearce, Department of English, Keen Rafferty, Division of Journalism: Robert E. Barton Allen, Divi- sion of Speechg Stuart A. Northrop, Department of Geology. N-13 214 nd sciences 215 assistant dean harold 6. ried falso, Assistant Dean of General Collegej department heads Top row, left to figlzt: Josiah C. Russell, Department of Historyg Wilma L. Shelton, Department of Library Science: Lincoln LaPaz, Department of Mathematicsg Francis M. Kercheville, Department of Modern Languages. Bottom row: I-I. G. Alexander, Department of Philosophy: Victor H. Regener, Department of Physics: George M. Peterson, Department of Psychologyg Paul Walter, jr., Depart- ment of Sociology. if, ..l',1 JL' Ci' 'F i -. ,, ,,,, ry-4.153 A Y... H- H - ,.?,., Q.,.., E73 -' 4 I . . if 1 ' ,lil ii,MT?i:3' IL'-' i -r till. Tvs" "FFT college of education dean silnon p. nanninga department heads Top row, left to right: john W. Diefendorf, Department of Secondary Educationg Mercedes Gugisberg, Women's Phy- sical Educationg Roy W. johnson, Men's Physical Education. Bottom row: Alexander S. Masley, Department of Art Educa- tion: Elizabeth Parkinson Simpson, Department of Home Economicsg Loyd S. Tireman, Department of Elementary Education: George W. White, Division of Physical Education and Health, Assistant Dean in the college. Y-FK 216 college of 2l7 en ineerin dean m arshall e. farris department heads Tap: Thomas T. Cusmngnny, Deparlnrem of Chemical Engi- neering. Bottom rom, left to right: Albert D. Ford, Depurl- mem of Cherniczll Engineering: john J. Heimerich, Depart- ment ot General Engineeringg Ralph W. Tapy, Department of Electrrcal Engineerin , Willi'1m Wa ner De mrunent of .. . . 3' ' 8 ' I Clvll Engmeermg. .E MTVN 'K 9, dean roy a. bowers v Q2 , gy eollege of law dean .a. l. gausewitz ' eolle e of pharmae department heads Left: Raymond N. Castle, Department of Pharma- ceutical Chemistryg right: George M. Hocking Department of Pharmacology and Pharmacognosy naval 1' 0 t 13 commanding officer alfred m granum ffaptaun, u s n staff Top Wllson I' Humplueys Major U S M C Bottom row left to rwht Rlchard W Peterson Commander U S N Executwe 0fHCCl Wxlham H P Robertson L1euLen:mL U S N Kenneth G Smnnons Lleulendm Commander U S N Max E E Woyke Lleutenant Commandel U S B ' lv? Q 219 pw' .,f'- eollege of fine arts d e a n john donald robb department lleails Left to right: Lez Lewis Haas, Department of Art: Hugh Milton Miller, De- partment of Musicg Edwin Snapp, Department of Drama. eellege of business administration j dean vernon g. sorrell 220 the governor tluunas j. lnabry W . . . signing up at HQJl11CCO111lllg. Left: A Mr. john -I. Gillg Mrs. Gill hands " the fatal pen to the Governorg in the back- ground V ice President Scholes Howns with cigarette. the regents picked by the Governor, these men and women are the hnal autliority in the operation of the University. Left In right: Mr, Tiho Chavez: Mr. jack Korber: Mr. Popcjoy: Clmirnum of lhc Board, judge Sam Brallong Mrs. john Milne: Mrs. George Savage: Dean Scholes. A S, Top, left lo -right: Dr. lfVillis D. Jacobs of the English Departmentg Sgt. Lee B. Forresterg Dr. Sherman E. VVengerd, Geology Depart- ment. A quick switch of hats at graduation, and a rare autograph of Sgt. Forrester on an old suit box. Dexter H. Reynolds, Director of the Division of Research and Development does a little developing on his own homestead. The brief- case was thrown in for atmosphere. Dr. Ernest Martin, Assistant Professor of Chemistry: Adolfo Chavez, center, of Albu- querque High Schoolg a visitor from the Na- tional Safety Council. A demonstration in a class in safety instruction in Summer Session. Lower Icfl: College of Pharn1acy's Dean Bowers and "Eskimo Pie." Assorted family and friends in background. The occasion was the annual summer faculty picnic. Lower right: Dr. Sherman Smith engrossed in ex- periment in food chemistry. Little Smiths, big Smiths and medium Smiths continue to enjoy their hamburgers. 222 Sam Bratton, Chairman of the of Regents, chats wlth another friend De'1n Alfred L G'1use of the School of Law. Professor of Geology Stumt A. North- rop, leftg Associate Professor of Anthro- pology, Dr. Frank C. Hihben-give a rock-hound a rock. . . 223 If you stu the junioi Leiguc Follies you will recognize Professor Smith, left, as an old lmnd :nt Stage doors. On the right: james Melton, in the Gym. A late check shows us that we failed to list Dr. Smith as Head of the De- partment of Chemistry in the College of Arts and Sciences. We Beg Your I'zn'don, Dr. Smith. 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Roche scored the hrst touchdown of the season when he raced Fifty-seven yards for a touchdown in the second quarter. 1 aM A4 51 X 'agua' is. 1 ' A H fk'S2Mwr .nf head coach -Burl Huffman line coach - Walker Nichols Elly 229 texas university Center: Myrl Smith QNO. 355 barreling through the Longhorns as Boteler QNO. 26j rushes to his aid. Outweighed, outinanned, outclassed-but never outfought, the Lobos played ball in the second half that marked them as a real contender. Left and right: On the left Lobo jerry McKown heaves a long pass that was intercepted by an unknown Texan on the right. play-by-play The New Mexico Lobos opened the 1948 grid campaign with great promise as they tripped up a favored University of Colorado eleven 9-6. Plagued with injuries and a few bad breaks they went on to lose nine of their next ten games and to turn in a record of two wins in eleven starts. The Hilltoppers outgained the Buffs of Colorado by 53 yards and demonstrated a tight brand of defensive football as they held their opponent to one lone touchdown. Sophomore halfback Bill Roche was the star of the Cherry and Silver offense in this season opener, as he repeatedly ripped off long gains around the Buff flanks. Traveling to Austin, Texas, for their second game of the season, the team met the powerful University of Texas Longhorns. Although the New Mexico offense was able to gain consistently through the strong Longhorn forward wall, the Lobos never were able to seriously L new mexico aggies Left: Back Charlie Koehler QNO. 18j lights off a potential Aggie tackle. Seeking revenge after the previous weekls defeat at Austin, the Lobos piled up a tremendous 61-O against A8:M. McKown passed for three touchdowns, scored one himself on a sixty-three yard punt return and booted seven out of nine conversion attempts. Right: Bill McLaughlin, halfback QNO. 85, carrying the ball around his own left end. Reynolds QNO. 165 races forward to block Mel Harris of the Aggies CN0- 355- ' threaten the Texas goal line and the heavily favored Texas smacked down the Cherry and Silver 47-0. Playing their first home game of the season on Zimmerman Field the following week, the Lobos could do no wrong. They ran rough shod over a weak New Mexico ASQM team to the tune of 61-O for their second win of the year. .The Lobo forward wall was impregnable and their offense clicked in every department of play. Quarterback jerry McKown,s passes hit receivers for 1 17 yards and Carlsbad ace joe Stell slanted oflf tackle for 38 yards while the Lobos were accumu- lating their heaviest total offense yardage of tl1e season. Coach Huflfman's charges on their next three times out lost to Hardin- Simmons, Texas Mines and Fresno State, mainly because their scoring punch did not materialize when they got inside their opponent's 20 yard line. Only Rudy Krall, who has since signed with the Phila- delphia Eagles, was able to gain consistently in these three tilts. "The 230 231 lnardin-simlnons Left: Joe Stell QNO. 135 carrying the pigsking even though hampered by a bad knee all season, he turned in an outstanding performance. Remo Moffa QNO. 2 gb and Virgil Boteler QNO, 265 are the other two Lobos. Wiltoii "Hook" Davis QNO. 225 the Cowboy star is waiting with open arms. Right: Cowboy, face hidden, tackles Jerry McKown as he carries for a flrst down. Big Horse" was acclaimed by Border Conference players and coaches alike, one of the greatest fullbacks ever to play in the league. The Hilltoppers returned to Zimmerman Field Nov. 6 to take on the University of Arizona Wildcats in the annual Homecoming classic and came out on the short end of a 14-6 score. Arizona hit paydirt Hrst but the Lobos soon retaliated as their tough little guard, Remo Moffa, grabbed an Arizona pass and scampered into the end zone. The Wildcats hit again in the second quarter however, and led 14-6 at the half. There was no scoring in the second half and Homecoming on the Hilltop was marred in one respect. The Huifmanites traveled to Des Moines, Iowa, the following week and took a 13-O beating. There was only a difference of six yards between the two teams in total offense, but the Bulldogs got their share when it counted and this told the story. Against Texas Tech, Border Conference champions, the Lobos played texas college of mines Virgil Boteler KNO. 265 just misses Miner Tom Steel QNO. 165 as Clem Charlton QNO. 205 rushes over to make the tackle. In the third home game the powerful Texas Mines team, that was to play in the 1949 Sun Bowl game, capitalized on Lobo fumbles and took advantage of intercepted Lobo passes to turn down the wolf pack 27-13. their best football of the year and came within a called-back touch- down of tying the Red Raiders. Although the Tech defense had been primed solely to stop Krall, the big Gary, Indiana, rambler gained 149 yards from scrimmage and was called "the best back to perform on Tech's field all season" by Lubbock sports writers. Guards Remo Moffa and joe Lyden displayed the talent that earned them BC recognition at the end of the season and Center Virgil Boteler turned in one of his best games of the year in the pivot position. Tackles DeLayo, Williford, Hart and Milton outfought their opposing line- men and the Lobos outgained the Red Raiders by four yards. The West Texas fracas was no football game at all. Playing in snow and ice with a 60 mile-per-hour wind and a 20 degree temperature, neither team was able to hold its footing and the Bulfalos outlucked the Cherry and Silver 19-O. The season's Finale saw the Lobos bow to Arizona State of Tempe, 28-17, in one of the hardest fought games of the year. It was Homecoming for the Sun-Devils and they just did not care to lose in front of their alums. Brightest spot of the 1948 Lobo grid campaign was the play of the 232 233 university of arizona john Hart QNo. 38j belatedly attempts to stop an Arizona forward pass. joe Lyden QNO. 35 and joe Willis QNO. 5j break in to help. Statistically it was a Lobo game, although the scoreboard didn't show it. The New Mexico squad outgained the Wild Cats 241 yards to 179, but couldn't make yardage when it counted. Inset: Rudy Krall QNO. 365 showing the magnificent fight that typified the New Mexico spirit. four-year veteran Rudy Krall. Krall was the team's most devastating linebacker as well as its top offensive talent. No further proof of his ability is needed other than the fact that although he played on a losing team, he was able to capture his third all conference rating in four seasons of football and was named to play in the famous East-West Shrine game on New Year's Day. Krall was the only player in the Border Conference to receive this honor. The linecoaching of Coach Walker Nichols received its due when Guard Remo Moffa was named to the All Border Conference second team and his running mate, Guard joe Lyden, received honorable mention. Moffa will be back next fall and will form the nucleus of what should be a great line. End Coach George Petrol developed VVilson Knapp, a second string center into one of the best defensive ends in the league and brought pass catchers joe Willis and Bill Speer to the point where they were a constant threat to the opposing secondaries. The most promising Lobo of the year was the lion-hearted joe Stell time west t0X3lS State Left: Fifty mile an hour Texas breezes whip the snow over a glove-wearing Lobo eleven. Most of the game looked just like the picture, except that a few more people left the stands. Right: Dick Milton and Vince F iorino, Lobo linemen, shiver in their parkas. Part of the time the team bus was used as a bench. The score was 19 snowballs to nothing. who played the entire season on a leg that would have sidelined most other gridders. A quiet, unassuming boy, Stell is considered to have more football "know how" than any I-Iilltopper in recent years. He underwent a knee operation during the Christmas vacation and coaches and fans alike are unanimous in the opinion that if the operation was completely successful, joe Stell will be one of the finest backs in the conference next year. He is big and powerful at 185 and combines his size well with speed and a shifty running style that makes him very dangerous when he breaks into the secondary. Stell will probably be shifted to fullback next fall and take on the duties left vacant by Rudy Krall. Next year we may expect to see an invigorated Lobo eleven take the Held against an excellent schedule of opponents including such lirst- rate teams as Rice, Colorado and Texas Tech. We're expecting great things and we know we will see them. ' 234 235 varsity eleven F-ron! 1'ow,lefl lo right: McKowng Botelerg Krallg Scoug Pharrg Moifag Fiorinog VVillifo1'dg Look- ingbillg Davidsg Raabe. Second 1'ow.'Speerg Kurthg Knappg YVil1isg Brockg Charltong Nolandg J. Hartg Smithg G. Davisg Stell. Third frow: Line Coach Nicholsg Roachg McKeeg YVeinshein1erg K. Hartg McGeeg I-lutchinsg Reynoldsg Koehlerg Lydeng Gatewood. Back row: End Coach Petrolg Methenyg R. Stuartg T. O'Brieng Miltong DeLayog McLaughling Gentry: VVaddilg Kouryg Coach Huffman. score board We They 9 Colorado U. 6 0 Texas U, 47 61 New Mexico A3cM 0 19 Hardin-Simmons 28 13 Texas Mines 27 I4 Fresno State 20 6 Arizona U 1-1 0 Drake 14 7 Texas Tech 14 0 West Texas 19 I7 Tempe 28 "Chuck" Hill QNO. 55, star Lobo freshman back, races up the field against Texas Mines. This game was the only defeat of the season. Previously the Lobo Cubs beat Flagstaff 46-og New Mexico Aggies twice: 35-o, 53-o and St. Michaels 27-o. the freshmen in action lfirsl' row, left to right: M. Carrollg R. Cook R. VVilsong Pattong Pettyg Hayesg Kasten baderg Coach Willis Barnes. Second 'row Petersong H. Hughes: Spieglerg Mulkeyg Lich- fieldg Brockg D. Bellg H. Brock. Third row Coach Bryan Brockg Briggsg D. Mclilroy Thornton: J. Lasgowg R. Bogleg J. Weldon Back row: Lambertg Willis: Zenig C. Hill. 1 236 basketball FF west texas state Ergezll Brown Q49 lays one 111 for two over the broad shoulders of Ihxflknlo Guard Kimhcns 4245 . Kitchens later made the All-Cow fcrence team. co-captains Ned Wallace Larry Iless ZH! Coach llfoody Cleraents basketball summary The Lobo Basketball team opened its 48-49 season on December 2, with a non-conference game against the world famous Phillips' "GS" Oilers. The Oilers, coached by Cab Renick, former Albuquerque Indian School coach, was one of the Hnest teams the home town fans have ever seen in Carlisle Gym. Big Bob Kur- land's seven foot stature combined with his expert coordination was a matter that the crowd followed with great interest. Gerald Tucker of the Oilers, an All-American during his college days, exhibited some of the fanciest dribbling ever seen in this part of the country. The feeling prevailed that the Lobos received invaluable experience from this encounter. The Wfolfpack moved down to Tucumcari for another non-conference tilt with West Texas State. The Lobos couldn't find the mark and were defeated 54-41. Returning home, the team walloped the Miners from El Paso, Texas, in the first conference start. The Lobos were never in trouble throughout the entire DAVE ROBERTSON MERLE KORTE "I'ABLO" wi-MTE 238 game IlOllOXV111g th1s the l0c'1l lads won two 11011 c0nfe1enee home gan1eS 110111 Abllene Cl1r1St1a11 and Olxl'1llOlI121 C1ty UIIIVCYSICS' On tl1e 1Odd 101111 to tl1e 1 1151 Annual Easte1 11 News Meueo Colleoe T0u111'1111ent the Paelx placed thud Back 111 Ca1l1sle the boyb belt West Texas State 111 a game that was typlhed by agQ1CSS1VL play Lllxe many B01de1 C011 lerenee Games tl11S 0116 nas eompletely out of tl1e hands of tl1e olhenls T1Clxl1I10, block 1n0 tuppmg Sl10Vlll0 kept the lans on tl1C11 leet Tl1e Lobos pulled tlnough tl11s 0116 111 a han 13151110 H111sl1 52 50 The next eve111n0 tound UNM playlng 111p a11d tuck 1v1tl1 a st10110 Texas Tech team, untll pulled ahead to XVIII 58 50 At thls ORHIC, D011 G1 01 es Red R'11de1 Ce11te1 CXllllJ1tCCl the ab1l 1ty wl11el1 eventually smglecl llllll out as 1 C0l1fClLI1CC sta1 The 10ad t11p to A1 1z011a lelt 1 snow b0u11d UNM team Sll a11ded 111 Flaostaff Afte1 defeat Plulllps M6635 L010 Ujlllllllll Lllll Hecs fluxes Ill f0I '1 lxyup mill C c1'1ld IllllxC.l Q 11111117 lux but to block the shot 1 239 BILI XVILGER ERGILXI BROXVN l'fXUI SHODAL A LT y 1 1 I . . . . , LSC' :'. K . 4 , , 1 . S .. I , ,, : e C, ' ,C . x Tc lu C ' 5 T V 5, . ., U. , . I I. , I , , 1 5 v . the last three 1n1n11tes ol play when Tech A ' 1 1 A ' ' . . ', 2 . .' .' f L Wy i I ':' :jf 421, ' ' . :' 1' in " 22, 'Vg' ' .' . lil lla' ing Flag 40-38, the team went on to defeats by Tempe and Arizona U. The Lobos led by fourteen points at one time in the Arizona game, only to lose in the final tally. A return to Albuquerque netted a trounce over the New Mexico Aggies. A two game trip to Aggieland and Miner country rated a double loss. F lagstaff, with Baroldi, Cisterna and See, came to town. The Lobos had little trouble with them or with their country cousins from Tempe. A disastrous Texas trip with three losses to Texas Tech, Hardin-Simmons and West Texas State soured loop title possibili- ties. At home, as host to Hardin-Simmons, the Silver and Cherry gave H-S little oppor- tunity to do much of anything but lose. The final game off the season was at home against Arizona U. A greatly improved Wildcat team, which went on to win the B-C championship, kept the YVolfpack stymied most of the game. It was a close battle until Arizona forged ahead near the end of the game. The Lobos were captained by Ned Wallace and Larry Hess, graduating seniors who will be sorely missed next year. Those of us who have followed YVallace's career here at the University, have watched him become one of the finest centers in the conference. Ned's unusual pivot shots were as steady as his tire- less play. Larry Hess, fighting spirit, continual spark and fine action exemplified the team's need for his stellar play. A guard, with equal ability at set shots and defense, his knack of Hnding defensive holes in order to drive in for layups will be long remembered. Pablo White's hook shots and corner shots delighted thousands of UNM fans. Illness at midseason forced down on Pablo, but still he could be counted on for many baskets. Ergeal Brown's rapid dribbling, hard lighting, fast thinking basketball was always a threat to opposition fives. The spark was never dead in Brownie until the game was over. Brown's sleight of hand tricks and earnest desire to win helped put him in the upper bracket of point scorers in the BC. john Leonard was one guard who kept the spectators on the edges of their seats. He could DALE coomak JOHN LEONARD DoN DRIGGERS 240 241 sw1sh the ball f1OIT1 ITIICICOLIII w1tl1 no mole effort tl1an a wrlst Hrp Puffys heads up play 1nak1nff 'llllllfy and lJ11ll1'lIlL passlng Lnacls often 1n1de hun tl1e ee11te1 ol 1l1tCI est on the H001 Merle Kortes dependable play always w lb an e11cou1agement to the Lobo SLlPpOllLClS Moose althouvh hampe1ed by an 1111111 ed knee was to11s1stently a team p1lla1 H15 eye nas 'always Good HIS llllClC1 tl1e basket Hg01CS sn eness added much to the defense and left l1ttle to be desn ed Daxe RObC1KSOH s dependable blalld of basket ball was typ1Hed by l'11S steady cool play Rob C1 tson ffave the fans the appearance of '1 C'l1Clllll ClCl1bC1'1lC 11l11I1lxC1 wl1ose ab1l1ty to make Spllt second dCC1S1011S and see them C11 11ed out was l11n1ted only by the Ellllllty of 111s teammates arlzona state Scrappy B111 Wegel f55j attempts a ICCOXCIY 011 the baekboaxtl llI'lZ0llll laps the b 111 m lOl lll0Il1C1 tuo POIHIS for the Lobos ASSISIIIILL lC11ClClCLl by B111 Weqer Q55 'md Lrgeal Brown Vllgll Botele1 played hls center POSIUOI1 as 11 evely ball h1s opponents Uot off tl1e b'1clxbo'11ds would penal1ze 111m personally He w IS usually ID command of tl1e boa1ds a11d handled thc. ball so efl1e1e11tly that plays wo1ked 'trouncl hun seemed to 01VC h1s teammates easy shots Bot le1 COIT1b1I1CCl 111s helght and b1a1ns well 111 O1'ClCl to One tl1e Lobos evely b1eaL The smallest 1112111 on the Lobo Squad was Paul Shodal Yet 111s speed and sharp eyes 1nade llllll a hald match lOl OPpOS1l1g guends If l11s sue was eve1 thought a handleap many obse1ve1s w1ll polnt to tl1e fact that Paul helped bottle up Bw Bob Kurland when the latter would b1 1110 the ball down beneath 111s chest Shodals speed and IH21l1ClIVClHb1llfX ma1ked l11m as '1 potentlal threat XVl1C1'lCXC1 he stepped on to the eou1 t ' ' KA ! !! 2 " I 7 D C, 1 L A Q , , , , 1 - ' 4 f 1 ' c c at I rr 8 - - . I , , D 1 i , , . .' 7 . ' -- - r . -4 1- C L 'D u D 1 1 I 'I 4 . J .- - v 11 1 - N . . O . I . ' 3 , 11 ' ', V C v ' . C L A' I Q . Merle Korte C755 caught by the CZIXIIEZHI just before 11e z t 1 ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' ' be be L- 6141. . ' D L f C - ' ' 1 . sz I - 2 1 C cg r ' . -S ' ' ' ' . .I I 4 A r O . l 1 4. n E 'V ' I A l 1 l .- . F. A Ll' , 1 Q N C .. ' A' 1 D 1 . D , A , . . ' ' .7 Q c c I W D , ' . . 4 , . , . r , k 1 - . Dale Cooper was always a lighter. Although a -big man, he was fast and agile. He con- sistently used his ability to bottle-up opposing ball carriers. His deceptive looks as far as his speed went made him a threat when he handled the ball. Dale's shots were few but Well marked. Basketball Coach Woody Clements, in spite .of competition from registration, concerts, poor transportation for road games, and a thousand other interferences, managed to maintain his good humor throughout the sea- son. With the excellent Freshman material on hand his year Coach Clements has the making of a top team for next year, despite the loss of several lettermen. Seniors will long remember Woody as the coach who never lost his calm, never tore his hair or ripped off his coat in the excitement of a close game, but always maintained his even temper no matter what happened on the court. xv: v score board We They 37 Phillips "66" 52 41 West Texas State 54 59 'Texas Mines 43 69 Abilene Christian 48 38 Oklahoma City U. 36 52 'West Texas State 50 50 'Texas Tech 58 40 'Arizona State, Flagstaff 38 43 'Arizona State, Tempe 47 53 'Arizona U., Tucson 57 60 'New Mexico A8cM 49 32 'New Mexico A8cM 51 51 'Texas Mines 53 41 'Arizona State, Tempe 38 46 'Arizona State, Flagstaff 41 48 'Hardin-Simmons 55 51 'Texas Tech 53 48 'VVest Texas State 60 74 'Hardin-Simmons 58 59 'Arizona U., Tucson 66 Q' Denotes Conference Gamesj Tis? Q' H 1-5? 'i freshman basketball Front row, left to right: Ray Esquebel: Dave Whiteg Bucky Brandenburgg Frank Kramer. Back row: Lawrence Tuttle: Bob Bogleg Bruce Pieters: Bill Curry: Duke Peterson: Bill Chadwick: Coach Willis Barnes. The Trophy held by White and Brandenburg was awarded to the team for First Place in the District AAU Basketball Tourna- ment. 2421 Front row, Icft to right: Ed Hart: Harry Hart: Roland Kool: Clarence Watson: Narciso Abeyta: Spence Devitt Don Reid: jim McMulIin. Second row: jess I-Iagy: D. Morton: W. Dismuke: Bob Downie: Steffen Johnson: Bill High Bill Morrow. Back row: George Agogino, Graduate Assistant: Joe Silvers: Sid Kiwitt: Morton Tenenbaum Scott Free man: Fletcher Thompson: Bob Miller: Coach Roy johnson. Ifffl: Conch johnson, artillery in hand, prepares for the :signal ou a time tryout. Sid Kiwitl, jim High crouched on the cinders. Right: Roland Kool, and Ed Hart luke thc low hurdles in high. me' McMulliu and Bi - s ... 3? z. .4531-'m ring v Coach Roy Johnson started off the 1949 track season with ten returning letterrnen. Hampered by the usual poor weather, the thinclads did not start practice until midway in the season. With good spirit the team readied itself as host to BC foes. Relying heavily on Fletcher Thompson, Mort Ten- enbaum and Steve Johnson in the shot and disc, the Cherry and Silver squad found these events to be their strongest. In the javelin Sid Kiwitt and Bill lNIorton were heavy favorites, with Jimmy McMullin and Bob Downie outstanding in the sprints. cn 'U FD C3 C ca U ra E H. F Q av "1 rn 5 0 rn li 'Ch O P P-l O I3 -4 De CN C 5' '1 sm 5 O- Z na T' in in 'i .Z KST if , 1, M. t .,,x .X ,Q 1 . si? H WH ni a -K nas wff'tf.a TvLi:5'?.1 U' 'f ' swiss-sg'-f:'?,s'af ,-.U ff H ,sf.,,,5 M.. is-R.,,,, ff ifefew' , H ri 4 I 'K :Sie ciso Abeyta made up the balance in the distance events. Bob Mi1ler's broad jumping was at all time consistent, and Don Reed and Ed Hart held up the half-mile and low hurdles, respectively. Ed Keswick wound up his college career this year with sterling performances. Keswick throughout his entire school career has been an outstanding track performer. New Mexico is indeed sorry to lose this fine gentleman whose spirit constantly spurred on his fellow companions. This year coach Roy Johnson has developed one of the school's better track teams of the last few years. Coach Johnson has served the University for over thirty years, in 1: M an . ,M 'Blllll eps, EBEIIIII ,- M Qim ' if Eiga, Y .pa ' si sw as-are 9. M --af 'Aw -.ww .. -aw , .,!-,ms-we-2-., aww .sm-. u ws -""MqM- ..,,n..-an . ai- -..nan Q. -.-f.-.w-qn-- . 5-19-H N f.-was MW E kc--ga , ,.., Wldfili aes' ..-- - f .X In W n s. . at-pf -, DE as F . 3 - I gm . 5 Q. , I it f it i QF J' 'r ,-1. 4 s se 'T iii? Top: Ed Keswick ex- hibits some of the Hne form that made him an invaluable member of In S sais E H'-2-wsetntz-cwrrrrrrggg-, 'aa,.,Wwak ,, .mwssf . the team. Throwing the javelin in the bot- tom picture is second year man Sid Kiwitt. 244 every capacity from Dean of Men to History teacher, not forgetting the contribution he has made to athletics at the school. His greatest pleasure is in making good performers, if not stars. out of unlikely material, and his conlideuce in his men is unshakeable. He brings to athletics 21 keen understanding of the subject, great patience :md Hue teaching ability. s c h e cl u l e March 26 ,..... Arizona Suite, Tempe .......... Tempe April 2. . . . . . .Colorado Indoor Relays ....... Boulder April 9 .... ...New Mexico ARM ....... Albuquerque April 16. . . . . .Texas Tech ............. Albuquerque April 23. . . . . .University of Arizona .......... Tucson April 30 ....... Colorado Outdoor Relays .,... Boulder May I3-I4 ...... Border Conference meet. .Albuquerque has MQW . ., Q-Msgs, , ,hw , wma .... . ii-M1-1iff,5Jis.q gf A Q L: ,Qt 'B , . M ..-- 'k..,.,v- -- w.,--.jrb -L .r sw- ' - :jf 1.i"f"" ' 'J-D, ,7 .,.g.- fl 40' .2 ,YQ Y , , v W.,-qt , tg- J..-1: it I - - .4 ix . 4 -es 'S S 'if t -2 'L 5-:12-:ig-j N 3 ?5'sE"W gm Q,,7.,L',e'grL,.L1ygigl ' :fu if V 3 .Minn M5 use-i-4-,aegis -. -if W. it 1 ss .Q gli- A t .rg .W ,g I 5415, -1 sljisj 3,4-Q 1 sg-was'-Bw site -maori . W ' : -11. 2' vi -:zfgj , 2 ' i was-mg F- I . , . ..fftl,ti 5 Q M ,. 1.2 ' x- ' . ' ffl ff' -sz.-, 'A -' - we , s , ,JR - , . 51:5-fivftn -- ."'w-"J -up Fletcher Thompson, BC con- ference hopcful in shot and disc, picking up ll few point- ers from third year mnn Steffen johnson. Mort Tenenbzium, disc in hand, prepares to hurl the plate over the Publications Building. nik' I haseb ll as 3'f.,,,,. - i Baseball Coach George Petrol in the middle of a pop ily out to the hopefuls in the field. Coach George Petrol's University of New Mexico nine turned out on March 25 for the initial baseball game of the season against St. Michael's of Santa Fe. The season opener was a two game series on the home field. Sport- ing new uniforms, the team engaged in sixteen games plus the Border Con- ference tournament, which was held in Albuquerque on the University dia- mond May 9 and 10. 246 247 According to early informa- tion, the following men were listed to start the 1949 season: Catchers Lew Arehartg Vince Cappellig Ed- ward Albert Ramalho. First base Robert Blizekg James Nushaum. Second base Robert Lalickerg Howard K. Mar- tin. Short stop James Protzerg Richard Carlton. Third base William Stalfordg Robert Murray. Left field Henry Jacobs: Merle Korte. Center field AI Stovallg john Sanchez. Right field Charles Tomljanovichg Ray Bran- denburg. Pitchers Richard Hanrahang Merle Korteg Art Friedmang George Popelkag Victor Starnesg Ronald Corellig Nick Gallegos. Qi ME 13 X 3006 LGB U Stl Before the uniforms arrived Bob Lalicker, Vince Cappelli, -lim Nusbaum and Ernest Suazo fkneelingj kindly consented to a-picture. Otherwise, the opposi- tion was terrific. No uniforms. No pictures! if gsvffff- 'M 5 ....... . . 55 . : -5. .:.i-i-ms' . is . :,f.rs..- 5, --A--f ..5-:Mft 35.5 we-A wma' In 5 2 551 .. 'M YB was N' .. it if ' Nw - w we 5 BH ?B 53555.55 553555 55. mass B mngwg Sgsiisfgis :ig Egg E an as . 5.5..,.5. --5.5.5.5 mm 5 55 an mi is HH 'W Q. We . 5551 55 a -'Msg ' 55 E B YW 55 B if lf K snag sn wfgignacgxyfwii B E ,358 5:5 555 me s is E as in sg -ages, im Q .H..5.5. s-E...-H155 5 Marana , .5 5 m,x.55?.,ggwf:'5g5Qg'b5 H 5st as-:sw 55 H if 5 H 5 H H wtf 555-5e1Q552w is H HHH- ww is -ssM gd , Exim 55 In S gm.. gms: 55 an sw grin Q-Wm5 M H sw swgmufw H 5 H mg Wm Em 555 5 H nmggwggxwms a me lag- H my Q ms 5 N I 55 5555 55. M .55 55 52. 5 55 H555t.s5N H H 'xsste 5 ,55 dw.. H Eg Erma i1s'gz-gag 5 H Q WM iw? H5 2 ffwg H 5 55 5 55 55 55 is QE SWBKLSWW H in mm as 'Sfmt B iw M 55 it -. E 55 K K it B as H ysEE1E K 35 ' 55 SS 3188 5 55:5 H mi H Y . 55 H5 55 ni is mama? E Q vi ic H E 55 a an is 5,25 5 5 5 Q i 5 1 an H 5 E is w E 5 5 is 55 is a an v mm an an -BW n is a ni ,L The games scheduled for this year were: March 25 Sc 26 St. Michaels. . . . . .Albuquerque April 5 2: 6 Arizona University. . ..Tucson, Ariz. April 7 Sc 8 ,Arizona State ......... . . .Tempe, Ariz. April io fdouble headerj Arizona State fFlagj. . . . .VVinslow, Ariz. April 15 Sc 16 Arizona University. . . . . .Albuquerque April 22 8: 23 Hardin-Simmons . . . . .Albuquerque April 29 Sc 30 New Mexico Mines. . . . .SOCO1T0, N. M. May 4 8: 5 St. Micl1ael's. . . . .Santa Fe, N. M. May 9 Sc 10 Tournament . . . .Albuquerque Howard Martin racing hack to first in the game against St. Michael's of Santa Fe. The Lobos took both of the seasons openers against the St. Mike Horsemen. A1 Stovall, center fielder for the Lobos, prepares to smash the Dall into left field. This action was in the second game against St. Michael's on March 26, E 5 ,555 sn.-. o ,5 msgs 55.5,5g.5EH E1 ww n N sm H ii H swims 55,5250 mem fi H E sms nn -15 5. M ALWAE' S1 X at . V V is E- ang H , W-M1 as gx -A it i , ,tai if s w if X X 2 ni H ips is is ...nl a cr olf Startmg the season wnh a cle1n 56 0 wm over New Mexlco A8cM 'at Las Cruces on May 25 the Lobo golf crew begin a sertous thre tt to Bolcler COIlfC1Cl'lC6 lmks Le uns A ten match schedule slated for the spnng season lncluded play agunst Arnzona UHIYCISIIY Arlzona State Texas Tech and partlclpatlon m the NCAA Tournament at Ames Iowa ln une ACCOTd1Hg to e'1rly mformatlon from Cowch Johnny Deal Ilm frost 'md Peter Grlggs would bftttle lt out for first rink posmons on the team wxth George Capoun m the fight for second or thxrd Eugene Zylstra and Eugene Spxmger uexe slated for fourth or fifth rankmgs In '1dd1t1on Elmex Bonyko A1 Marun LeRoy Olson 'md Rlchard Wlutehead put up 1 fiffht for coveted team membershlp A COACH IOHNNX DF XR A5 mf? PCILI Cnlggs Ceolge CZIPOIIII lfugenc Spllngel bugenc lxlsler 249 3 . ws ': Q X' Xt.,.'iQ W . Y -H, wtf- ,.- , t W. sms . ss - , M is . Mg H it K V tc Q. ' 1 . . . . ' - C , - ,K X , . t I . . .,l . .LQ .I . . ' y'. . .y .. . 1 , , . . , , J . Q- 1 1 ', ' 1 ' L 4 - , A . . ' . 1 1 Q I . . . 1 : T 1 ' . CJ .1 ' 1 . R 7 .,. V ., ,gl sl L31 W1 : " M '-gm Mg' gf?- The gzunc schedule for 1949 was as follows- March 26 New Mexico AZQM. . . April 2 Open .... . April g New Mexico ARM April 16 Texas Tech . .. April 22 Arizona State ..... April 23 Arizona University .. ii! April 30 v Open. . . . May 7 Open .... . ,X May 13-14 1 QWQL fmqf June 27-July 2 jim Frost Border Conference Meet .... . . . NCAA ....... .... . . Las Cruces Albuquerque Albuquerque . . . .Tempe . . . .Tucson . Albuquerque .A1nes, Iowa Elmer Bonyko Al Murtinx LeRoy Olson Richard Whitehead ..,- 4. -.., ..r it 250 tennl Nlasterlul strokmg hard S1V1l1gll1g Johnny Allen pomted the wav to what a1med to be 1 successful season for the 1Q49 sprmg edmon ol the Lobo Tenms team Bolstercd by xeturnmg lcttelmen 1HCllIdlllg hard Hghung Davld Ong coult styhsh Bob Kayne heady P1111 Daly the deceptxve left handed strokmg of Carl YVebb the boommg SCIVICC of Barme Glllespte 'md the sure volleymg Dtck Tlschhausex the Lobo tenms team headed for 1 berth 1n tl1e upper brackets of Border Conference stfmdmgs Coached by founer Lobo netter oe Pal ua the team langed lar afield to gam experlence affzunst BC schools who were then' guests at the conference meet here Ill n11d May They met defending champion Artzona 111 Tucson Texas Tech m Albuquerque and Lubbock Anzona State at Tempe and ARM m home 'md ro 1d matches Th1s, ln addrtlon to credltable Sl1OWlI'lg at the Soutl1west Tenn1s Tourney ln El Paso the Arxzona Intercolleglate Invltatzonal at Tucson, and frequent mformal matches w1th blg name men of the Southwest c1rcu1t, made for the best team UNM has seen for some tlme Front mzu, lvfl ln nglzl C.l1l XVebb, Dick TlSLlll1llllSCl Davld Ong Hall: :nw l'h1l Daly, Barnxe CvlllC5lJ1C, lohnmc Xllcn Conch joe l':1l.n.1 211 I . 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H3 jam Wsjsliggy '- E7 Q- ffaw. E H Hl ,Q 'K' is im 1 1 A 55 W W A Q '. -'WL is me :K '- is R88 E is E . H rs s Top to bottom In ACLIOII, Carl Webbg Bob Kayne, Johnnie Allen Playing doubles: David 9 schedule was- March 26 New Mexico AXQM. . . April 2 Texas Mines. . . April 8 New Mexico ARM .... April 9 Texas Mines. . . April 16 Texas Tech . . . . April 22 Arizona Stale. . . April 23 Arizona University. . . April 30 Texas Tech .... May 13-14 Border Conference Meet. . . . . . ra me Albuquerque Albuquerque . .Lars Cruces . . .El Paso Albuquerque Tempe, Ariz. . . .Tucson . . .Lubbock Albuquerque r ln.-. F- B ff' . J' 'ef W . inf? A E in .: -4- l .. ,. i.. v ll, .:. " Q :. . Wt s' B bo in D I RECTO RS Boxing Coach .......,.......... Admin istrzitive .... 'frziining ..... Promotion. . . Publicity. ,. 253 ..Willis Barnes . . . .joe Gomez George Stevens . . .Andy Stewart . . .Jim Santoro Boxing received its biggest spark this year with the founding of the Boxing Association in September. Almost every men's organization on campus was represented in the one hundred twenty-five members who quickly joined. The group is composed of about two-thirds boxers and the rest are supervisory members. Outstanding boxers from the Air Forces, Army, Navy and Marine Corps as well as former high school boxing champions worked together to put on campus boxing shows, in cooperation with the University Athletic department. University of New Mexico boxers, coached by Willis Barnes, entered their main competition of the season on Saturday, March 5, against visiting Mfest Texas. The nine matches were split four and four, until the Hnal fight when Johnny Fer- nandez out-pointed UNM's George Stevens. Disgruntled home fans protested the judging, the rules and the decision. Earlier in the season the team staged an intra-school match that had the fans cheering. Numbered among the outstanding boxers were: Narciso Abeyta, 120 lbs.g Gene Koury, 201 lbs.g Vince Fiorino, 212 lbs.g Paul Stein, 134 lbs.g Tony Aguilar, 142 lbs.g Don Mulkey, 163 lbs.g Manny Morelos, 168 lbs.g George Stevens, 146 lbs.g Ron Corelli, 164 lbs. Top: UNM's joe Gomez moves off to a neutral corner after downing West Texas' Chet Reaves. joe went on to win this match with the Texas fighter in the competi- tion on March 5. Left: Johnny Fernandez, Golden Glove Welterweight champ from West Texas, lays a slillf one on the jaw of Georgie Stevens of UNM. Right: Bonne- ing on the canvas is-you guessed it-Vince Fiorino. Blll it's only an illusion: Vince rebounded and scored a technical knockout against his XVest Texas opponent- Richard Stxnlrt. SY' u Nia .ff eff-X' 8511 A , Q I 1 4 ,Q aj it 5' Q W: K' W X-K AK- gf gym? QQ. . Y J ,ig mr' 3 .Wil 0ur ar M morial Chapel 1 , V..-.tn-:':a'ff5E?'r 'ml' I 4, - . I I ff - rm ,, ,, A ' '- --A . mi A ' I I ff- A 0 A -z f f' L' ' A -' 'A More Than 4,000 Our War Dead Toial I 5 I Ex-Lobos In Service "OUR PRIVILEGE TO PERPETUATE THEIR MEMORIES" This beautiful, Franciscan-style Chapel will be the University of New Mexico Alumni Association's XfVar Memorial, commemorating those 151 fallen Lobo brothers. A campaign to raise the necessary 365,000 to make this drawing a reality is going full force. Today, Lobo tracks can be found all over the world -in every state, in every nation, in every Continent. The Alunmi Association is your campus agent, your connecting link with the University and college friends after you leave the University. Through The Alumnus Magazine, you will be kept as well informed of Uni- versity happenings as though you were still here as a student. Every graduating senior, upon payment of his cli- ploma fee, becomes a three-year member of the Association. Other students who, for one reason or another, are unable to return next fall, can join the Association by sending a contribution to the Mlar Memorial Chapel drive. Keep your Alumni Associa- tion posted on address changes. The Alumni Association, which now boasts active chapters throughout the country is the University's silent partner, working continually with and for the University in its road of progress. BUY A llrlllll IN Y0 ll IILIIIIIII IISSIIIIINIIIII Puhlie Serviee Company ef New Mexiee Albuquerque Santa Fe Vegas Deming Be HILTON I HOTELS k Gqifguqwfiqugg ' o fFAlllllil'l'E li GMM? x ,yxx-wifi f if il . i fzatwzfng Q Johnny Laughhn , at the Hammond Electric Organ Playing your favorite music during 1 i L5 7 V- F' 1 ffl A BAR COCKTAIL LOUNGE For entertaining guests, a casual cocktail, or an after dinner liqueur visit La Capita . . . you'll thor- Oughlv enjoy its charm and at- mosphere, its music by Johnny Laughlin, l l l i l -:L lb the cocktail and after dinner hours ' l, in La Capita and from 7 to 9 in W 4 the Mural Room. V L ' H DI N N E R THE Auauouznaus Hn.'ron's U i Munn. Room fi i where gracious hospitality and fine foods are Hilton traditions l wwf?f1 l i 258 259 a calendar of events at the 1 I University of New Mexico 1 daring the 1948-1949 y scholastic year. Semester 1. septernber A record breaking 4600 plus students start the year -highest enrollment in school history .... Fresh- men are subjected to the first student counseling program under Student Council and the service honoraries .... President Popejoy begins new du- -' ties in the oflice with the carpets .... 1300 luckless students have to have Activity Card pictures re- made. i In their initial conference match the Lobos tromp F i BUTTERFIELD I "Qi it N' Colorado 9-6 .... Governor Dewey comes and QSM' R' Central Albuquerque goes .... At the invitation of Texas U a Sweet- Car - lv it Fountain Service Service , I REAL HOME MADE ICE CREAM CASTLE MALTS AND SHAKES MILE HIGH SODAS SANDIA PEAK SUNDAES SANDWICHES Lois of Parking Space a+- Ucwlfeqe fm gawk Slime MR. AND MRS. WALTER FISHER, Owne'rs ' NEW AND USED TEXTBOOKS ' SCHOOL SUPPLIES ' FOUNTAIN PENS ' STATIONERY ENGINEERING EQUIPMENT GREETING CARDS COSTUME JEWELRY GIFT ITEMS 260 261 Albuguef QU6 5 Older! and Larger! Bank OUR 25th Annwersary YEAR IOTAL REbOURCl'S Over S45 000 000 00 'no AL BANK MLMBIIR FDIC Corner Central Avenue at Second Street heart of UNM is selectedg Mimi Million wins the honor and makes the trip to Austin ..... I im Morley grabs top bill in Rocley's "Hamlet", . . 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Phone 3-1795 301 NVesL Central 266 267 November 16: Council debates Activity Ticket- and debates, and debates .... SAI recital in Music Building, Barbara Griflin reading, and others .... Flying Club trys spot landing contest-can't find Spot .... Hey! Spot! . . . Dr. Reiter escorts five Anthro students to Chihuahua to map possible future summer session: Garner, Drake, Wettlaufer, Marrs and Hill .... G. Perry Steen Memorial fund continues to grow .... The largest and most complete Student-Faculty Directory makes its appearance. decernber First public rumors of the Co-op Book Store appear early in the month .... The Senate de- bates Activity Ticket, and debates, and debates. . . . Paul Childers appointed head of Kirtland Stu- dents .... Another Field dance .... Beauty Queen, selected by movie actor Gregory Peck, is Cleo Mfright assisted by Barbara Hayes and Betty Bently .... Sigma Chi trophies stolen from the house. Presentation . . . C1Z'l'iSl7?7flLS' music was the subject of this gatlzering in the bedecked confines of the SUB Imllfroom. "O, come all ye faithful . . ." 0 Twenty-six named to VVho's Who list .... "Ad- mirable Crichton" opens to sell-outs at Rodey. Thank You- VVe Have Enjoyed Working With You On Your Portraits- 4 'ii " 'T 'I:l . -- 4 1362-ifff' ':' 113: 'ix asv? ' F , H ':': ETL ' eggs ' A - l I 0 GAIGJUM SMG 1520 E- Cellffal - PIIOHC 5250 with Leonard Drum, .lack Vogel, Bill lfVade and Alis Wager-Smith in top billing .... Book Store pledges at five dollars a head go on sale .... Pi Phis journey to Lee Ranch for brunch .... Rich- ard Lloyd-Jones and Bob Granick take top honors in Southwestern Debate meet: score is 29 wins to 9 losses .... Hess and Wallace named to co-cap- tain the Varsity Basketball team .... 320,000 indicated as goal for Book Store-option dead line close .... Rudy Krall to play in big East-West game at Frisco. Sophomore class oflicers under Bob Cox set up Share-the-Ride travel bureau in SUB .... First boxing tourney gets underway with new Boxing Club and Coach Yvillis Barnes boosting .... BSU members sing carols to shut ins-spread joy .... A E Pi, vanquishing older frats, wins Sigma Chi award for scholastic average .... Senate approves Activity Card raise, again .... Army demands return of Kirtland Field before new men's dorm can be completed .... President Popejoy effects compromise .... Virginia Mann and David Lucas injured in car crash .... Book Store option ex- tendedg a smell of dirty work at the crossroads. . . . Thunderbird appears in new format with VVal.lerstein on page one. YVally and the T-Bird were destined to go places together. Joe Stell undergoes knee operationg football play for '49 still uncertain .... Kappas throw Christ- mas party for twenty less fortunate .... Basketball season begins with promise .... And so, home for Christmas and New Year's and the long ride back. january Book store plan seems doomedg no one knows the answer, or if he does he isn't talking .... Commit- tees appointed to study the problem further .... Pre-registration gets underway almost before we have a good hold on January .... Varsity basket- ball starts the year with five wins, three lossesg maintains determined clutch on fourth place in Border Conference .... Nick Simon, Tom Mont- gomery ancl -lix debate the Colliers' blast at organ- TIIE SUUTHWESTQS FINEST RESTAURANT lllllllll' CAFE Uourt Bakery Elmer and l-larold Elliott Owners 268 269 l Mwmmkavr I I x M11 GREAT THINGS ARE I-IAPPENIN G IN TI-IE GREAT SOUTHWEST . 1 No need now for you to be at "bashlul, barefoot Beau" or Ll "Queen in Calico' with Penney's new Great Southwestern Shopping Center at your linger tips. Ultra-modern, fluorescent lighting, air conditioned and with hundreds of new shopping conveniences. All of these, at no additional cost-pay cash-carry it, you save! THE NEVVEST AND BEST, IN THE GREAT SOUTHWEST YOU CAN AFFORD GOOD QUALITY Presentation . . . Paul Childers, smiling, reads Lobo editorial of great significance with charming Norma Person and jerry Spensley. Poor Bobby-this was the issue that lynched him. 0 ized Greeks, in the Lobo .... Dr. Daryle Keefer is elected to A Phi O National Executive. 'br XLQW W For many years we have catered to the ladies of the Campus. It is with pleasure we announce the Spring Showing of Costumes especial- ly selected and most suited to your needs. 30 5 West Central SAS SER DRUG Authorized Distributor for Famous Cosmetics FINE PERFUMES - BOX CHOCOLATES Quality Phgto e e Mfe Solicit YOLII' Work with ' Prescription and One-Day Service D e I l U e I' y Sick ROOIU Needs WE HAVE YOUR EVERY DAY NEED Come To See Us - We Appreciate Your Business Across From University East on Central 4 4 4 6 270 271 With crepe paper and a bang, Town Club and ' r the Kappas welcome the kid in diapers with their respective New Year forrnals .... U Concert Series presents Morton Schoenfeld in Bach and Chopin .... Bobby Taichert inspires Lobo car- toonist Mfong .... Final exam schedule appears with first "Putting it Mildly" by Robert Coxg two blows in one week .... Tenenbaurn request for resignation of Publications Board faculty goes to Senate-Faculty hangs on by a bare six votes .... Ji Senate debates Activity T icket, and debates and debates. 52-50, Lobos trounce West Texas .... Adminis- tration asks biggest budget to date from legislature: A I-I 0 G A N 9S flB89o,5oo .... Activity Ticket approved by Senate. . . . Boxing tourney ends with eight finalists. . . . FI F'1'l-I AND COPPER PHONE 3-0471 Dubious characters attempt so-called fix on Hibben. . . . unsuccessfully .... Mathany puts fix on discriminating frats .... successfully .... Taich- The House of Quality for Good Things to Eat ert puts Hx on Councilg resigns .... Wallerstein pl.ltS fix on USP via Lobo .... University fixes new methods for registration. i lllsvi is U - - ' the ml me -:Se to remeinber FUR QUALITY in Laundry, Dry Cleaning and Cold Fur Storage A Wmpetinl aundryc.. THIRD AND SILVER CHINA GIFTS PAINTS SHADES WALLPAPER FURNITURE RANCH SUPPLIES I-IARDYVARE KORBER BLOCK 200 NORTH SECOND ST. PHONE 7711 DODGE-PLYMOUTH Sales-Service 272 273 Kwxbkkss- 314 WEST CENTRAL AVENUE THE HOUSE OF GEMS FOR OVER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY IN ALBUQUERQUE UALITY CII EKD ICE CREAM QUALITY CHEKD ICE CREAM ASSOCIATION is a nation-wide group of progressive ice cream makers each famous for production of quality ice cream. Association members ONLY can use the QUALITY CHEKD name and symbol appearing on this package and identifying the product as genuine QUALITY CHEKD ICE CREAM. AT YOUR LOCAL DEALER Semester II. february Senate President Arntz moves to junk the ,47 con- stitutiong appoints a committee-and Carolyn Koch -to rewrite .... Dr. Smith accepts student affairs post: Deans Mathany and Clauve relax .... 124 scholars get their degrees, and Bill Hall brings his list up to date .... "A large oil company" shows interested students how it exploited the Near East -in technicolor. Pikes resign from USP with the comment that thc 1700 members olf the party are too "vicious and undemocratic" for them, and "radical-infested" be- sidesg . . . Second term enrollment passes 4400. . . . Mesa Vista is evacuated by co-eds to make room for a delegation from Kirtland .... A make- shift book exchange, set up by three class officers saves students several thousand dollars .... Local book sellers remain solvent. The Lobo pack comes from behind for a 41 to 38 9 af Standard Oil Company oi Texas Book Exchange . . . Class omcefrs, unusually active this year, set-up and ojaemled a book exchange at mid-semester. Anita Snipes is the young lady clerking in this instance. win over Tem ae's basketbo s .... Noel Loone I Y Y is new top man of the University police force-just EASTSIDE Cleaners 8 Laundry IIEWHZAVEIIS EIWERGENCY SERVICES 2 hour Dry Cleaning 8 hour Laundry 1706 East Central Phone 2-1395 BUILD Ill UPPLY l C. Phone 8826-8827 5oo-506 N. First Street www .Q S ik, M .11 SELIGMAN'S 2 309 West Central Ave. The Home of Hand-made Indian jewelry-where the visitor can see Navaho Silversmiths create the most artistic, unusual and beautiful in Indian craftsmanship. Navajo and Chimayo blankets, Indian Pottery, and nov- elties add to the atmosphere and charm of this shop. 274 275 The Place . . . to go for BRANDS you KNIIW H ickey-Freemzi n AI. Capps Ltd, Hart Schaffner lk Marx Arrow Shirts Van I-Ieusen McGregor Interwoven Lee, Knox, Stetson Juntzen for Men, Young Men and Boys Uplflwlly Downtown, NOB HILL CENTRAL at 3rd Albuquerque QV-9 4' r 0 Qf 4l'JV' s o l1EU.I IRJEXICD Complete Kodak Service 410 EAST CENTRAL AVE. Across from Public Library "your friendly florist since 1940" 9- - -..-.-..... - ::::::::::::::::::.-.-.-:::::::::::.-.-:::::::::::: Personal Attention Given to Floral Designing cw Quality Flowers Artistically Arranged cw O f3z9f7r191?HrLowEnsssssiolFTS l9lO E. Central Ave .... Telephone 9695 O Svaniiarg Elannhrg DRY CLEANERS Send Your Cleaning with Your Laundry We Serve the University 700 N. BROADWAY 3 - 5671 a badge, no uniform .... New Library stacks pro- vide resting place for 125,000 books .... Mortar Board begins its sponsorship of "Preparation for Marriage and Family Living." It only costs a buck to prepare-no lab offered. Hadley Hall explosion misses full classrooms by 45 minutes, damages total nearly .'ililO0,000 .... Arntz asks the Student Senate for a vote of conh- dence .... Senate committee asks Barlett to resign as Student Entertainment Chairman, but Frank is reluctant and says he'll cut it out .... AEPi leads Erats in scholarship with 1.3702 aggregate average. . . . English 1 classes switch to books edited by Dr. Arms .... Greek Combine reorganizes into 'Campus Party." ...4 I. Rosenbaum resigns as vice-president of the Inter-Fraternity Council. The New lllexico Lobo enters the fight for a state pure food bill, but the Health Department lobby turns thumbs down and we continue to eat genuine canine hot dogs .... UNM debate team takes high honors in all meets of their barnstorin tour. runciscun otel YOU'LL FIND Tl1e Kind of Room you like, the food you relish and a hospitable atmosphere that assures you an enjoyable visit in Albuquerque. PRIVATE ROOMS FOR MEETINGS, PARTIES, AND DINNERS For Reservations Phone 7782 LOCATED ON FAMOUS HIGHNVAY 66 AT 6TH EQ CENTRAL 276 Q ' nf Rhodes Super Marleets 4 Sfores convenienfly locafecl fo clo your shopping NIOB HILL BUSINESS CENTER 2006 RIDGECREST DRIX 12 BEL-AIR ADDITION 14 5 NORTH GIRARD . . . L b d I A I by W f I I A I I Coux I pp I I U S MI tary A d y Tl I b I b Il 1 d ll crack I C d I lllllr Bill H ll Al I ll I 4 S dentS I I I I P bl Boald p I P I4 I I cl d I edito E d 1 I I I 1 dent h I d I KI I I p d of th I 1' 3 C I d I p Sxnartest Styles for tives t I I d d K I d F ld K Tl C 1 P y It I I f d The College Crowd C 1 P 1 1 UINM I h h I I y SL M I M I y I' I H d h SIX Cl b 4 d O M I 6 h in gl ' R d y pl y O d B I S d 2nd K Copper Senate Fiesta Co ttee sends plans for the b d y Xv txlilst sn N 277 X N X if a ' Q Sportleigtl Coats ' 'E' X. ' 'i " A 5' ' ., E "' iz- u 5251555 w t Justin McCarty Sportvoear Helen Harper Sweaters Iotrn Kenley Blouses MAN DELL 65 DREYFUSS 65 CC. at 300 WEST CENTRAL ik We have Watcheet Albuquerque grow jk oLDT1ME12s SINCE 1903 VU e have always tranclleet the better Lrancts Monroe Suits Iacleets anct Sportstnrts lay McGregor Eff B. V. D. Stetson Hats Levi Strauss- Penctelton Wrestern Wear - And Other Well Known Bmvzcl And Other IfVell K B d 278 279 BARGAIN Town 0 AUTO ACCESSORIES 0 SEAT COVERS I TOOLS 0 HARDWARE 3 STORES-To Serve You 3004 WEST CENTRAL DIAL 3-2507 3732 NORTH FOURTH DIAL 3-8812 207 ISLETA HI-WAY DIAL 3-8480 Plan your home-to-be with the best in quality furniture and gracious home furnishings mums' opposite the University to the Faculty Senate. Next year were on our own. The Constitutional Revision Committee approves the first draft of the new governing document .... Hank Trewhitt resigns as Lobo Editor to become Hying bureau chief for the Santa Fe New Mexican. . . . Ed Glaser takes over the "liberal, semi-weekly journal.". . . The engineers Greensheet edition of the Lobo appears in the traditional form, but with a front page editorial that clashes with the green ink .... Senate agrees not to approve all of the 84,300 stipend previously allotted to Com- munity Concert Series .... 3515 for each student who attends concerts is a little steep. Peggy and her girls get ready for goo A. W. S. dele- gates as the National conclave of the Associated Women draws near .... Sign-up for model legis- lation gets under way with 100 experimental solons expected to participateg the Governor and Lieu- tenant-Governor will open proceedings .... Can- didates for the Press Club's first Newsprint Ball are chosen. N OB HILL DRUG pine ' mt Sundries Fountain Drugs COSMETICS We feature only nationally advertised brands Complimenfs of The Most flllllllllete Santa 96 Book Store in the National l6?z1f1k Southwest 9 Our University is the only place where Modem Liiiim-Y Fiction young men and women of our State Technical Noibirictioii can go for Hnal guidance and help in izxi-ts Q Ci-lifts poem-Y ifl1Cl'H fO1' the OVCl'all Schellle of Southyvestern I3iOg'i'aphy life-they must be maintained. Rgntal Lib,-ai-Y Dictiiiiiiii-ies O I 0 l 1 ' 1 anta le Book 81Stat1o11ery Lu. BOX 167 INC. SANTA FE, NRM! MEXICO Phone 57 Santa Fe, N. M. Complimenfs of 'llllCHIlll'l' .,l ll Sania Fe Los Alamos Gallup XVhcn this Bunk was founded in 1870 Lhcrc was no town in New Mexico with as many as six lllOllSllllLl people. and the population of the territory had not yet rezichccl 1oo,ooo. AL than Lime LllCl'S was not :1 mile of railroad, no public school systeni, no insane asylnni. no penitcnti:n'1'. no schools for the deaf, dumb or blind, no lll1lY61'Slly', no normal schools, 110 post oflicc or lllCOl'P0l'illCfl town in what is now Eastern New Mexico. THE Flll 'l' A'll0 ALBA li Cliarlcrell in lS'70- Tlie Oldest Bunk in the Southwest MEMBER F. D. I. C. Santa Fe Los Alinnos 280 281 'G ' st sg! I Q. ff' . if 4 Quality ll1Cll'S2llJlJ1lI'Cl that ' I is different . . . distinctive ""' V. . . . :intl always i11 perfect taste .... V, 1 ,4 W OF SANTA FE As for MARCH and APRIL we can only speculate: April 1 University Invitational High School Debate Tournament April 8 Newsprint Ball April 9 Model Legislature opening session April 9-1 1 National Inter-Collegiate Rodeo Meet April 12 Publication Board Election April 13-16 A. NV. S. 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