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Stancling out from the long stretches of routine are tense moments of high drama ancl the farcical hilarity which Hits Willy-nilly through the play. There is a prologue, which each student livetlg only the future can unfold the epilogue. The 1955 eclition of theYucca is an iuuminatecl folio of the play itself. l 11m Declicatioii -itil! I -l i.M If 'D We l'13VC conceiveci of the 1952-'55 sclfxool year as a play complete Within itself, giving names to eaclm phase of its ciiverse components in accorclance with stage nomenclature. Far from attempting to SllffllSC t11C everyday OCCll1'I'CI'lCCS of student life with tlfxe glamour of time un- real, we have sought rather to mirror trutlafuuy Without distortion the common experiences that to time lot of all Wino enter on the college stage. This folio, time 1955 Yucca, with its cast, coaclaes, directors, anti technicians, we cleclicate to that eternal drama, enactecl in perpetuity which is time life of the college, anti on whiclq time curtain never falls. ...+.....-.QL ENGRAVING BY SOUTHWESTERN ENGRAVING CO. PRINTING BY I .,., , ,. THE STECK CO. PHOTOGRAPHY BY SHAW STUDIO i ' v I I l 'M-T-. .f.,,-.-.-,Qg. - , l , -f - ,W-,, V A-?,....... T116 Di1'eCt0rs A 7711! Play is imporhznl, as :mv lllc .flclors and Tccl1r1ic1'rUl-Y, lm! lll05c who snmollr Nm linvs, who nmkv lllc ucllnn lmrmml-1'nusly CUN- szslcul, 'wlm gzmlg ,md lmjf, 11,0 Playgrs ovvr sccuiingly 'I:NS1lflH0IHlll1fl1ll7 ollslaclas llflI'lllL? Slage Dzrvclnrs. Il is llnvy who laler' fha raw malrrials and mold and lruin rzml fmllvrn lhcm lula pf'rsonnl'ili1:s,' il 'Ls llmy who gmrlv lllc dvsliny :J the PllLj'l?VX,' il is they who know lhe .flmlicncc and who anus! mold lllv Playfnr an ovation on Opcmng N1gl1l. Thczrs zs llm foresight of lradilion, lim paramount of knowledge, the power In make a complain symphony out of a chaotzc mass. . , ,., -- Y - . I, - 4-ff - ---- l 7 1 X I -wmu,,m1-wi-uMm 4 MM-Q X E u v 1 E xecutives I R. L. MARQUIS President of the College l It is often my privilege to sit upon the rostrum and look out over an audience of students of this college. As a sort of halo around the heads of you teachers-in-the-mak- ing, I see eager youthful faces lifted up and hands extended toward the light. These phantom children represent real children in whose existence lies the reason for the creation and maintenance of this institution, a teachers college. Your instructors have been chosen andlyour physical surroundings set up with the welfare of these young people in view. There is only one wayto reach them and that is through youg upon your fineness will de- pend the quality of the touch. R. L. MARQUIS. 1 Pun 8 Executives A Definitions of "education" vary as view- points differ. To some education means the development of inherited potentialities. To others it means the adjustment of the in- dividual to his environment. To still others it means guidance hy reason instead of hy impulse. Possibly they are all correct. The older nations are critical of American educational ideals and institutions. An ling- lish writer has said "America is the only nation that has passed from a state of savagery to a state of decadence without having passed through a state of civilization. " W. H. BRUCE. Payc 9 W. H. BRUCE, Pu. D. President Emeritus, President 1906-1923 xecutives 2 W. J. MCCONNELL Dean of the College -1--1-ur The Dean of the College is concerned chieHy with the establishment and mainte- nance of academic standards for the institu- tion he serves. In the discharge of his duties, he is in constant contact with both students and members of the faculty. The office furnishes an opportunity to harmonize dis- cordant factors, to share in the joys of achieve- ments, and to offer assistance to those in distress. Problems of every sort and kind come to him. Requests for the impossible as well as the possible must be acted upon. He welcomes the opportunity of knowing to the fullest possible extent all students of the college. W. J. MCCONNELL. P1110 .--. .1 Executives X -1-TI 1 The Office of the Registrar " The Pulse of fha I vzstfiutionu P. E. MCDONALD, M. A. GLADYS BATES, B. B. A. In addition to the usual routine duties of a registrars office, such as admission, classification, registration, keeping of records, the office of the registrar of the College, with the collaboration of the Placement Bureau, is at- tempting to maintain a centralization bureau where is kept not only the scholastic record of the student, but also a record of his pre-college history, his personality, his moral and religious standards, his social and pro- fessional attitudes, his success or failure as teacher-all E for the future reference of those whom such information P- E- MCDONALD may concern. DIXIE Bovn Business Manager Page I I Regislrar The Business Office DIXIE Bovn ROBERT CAI.DwEI.L EULA B. RENO, B. A. The business office is manned by the business manager of the College, his secretary, and a bookkeeper. The financial records and accounts of the College are kept in this office, under the plan and system of the State Auditor. The office receives all funds collected by the College, whether from registration and other fees, or from any other source whatsoever, issuing receipts therefor. It writes the orders for all purchases, obtains the numerous O. K.'s required on all invoices and vouchers, and pays all bills. It prepares all payrolls upon instruction from the president's office and dispenses the checks therefor. Executives - 2 CORA E. STAFFORD Director Department of Art L ' Department of Art CORA ELDER STAFFORD, M. A. MARJORIE PATCHELL, M. A. RUDOLPH FUCIIS, M. A. Everything that we see is an arrangement oflines, tones, or colorsg and when these elements are used harmoniously, art is present. It is obvious that the study of art in- tensifies one's awareness of his surroundings and there- fore adds to his appreciation of the beautiful. Art also affords a means of exercising one's imagination and of expressing one's ideas with originality. These activities give pleasure and develop personality. Art is one of the most valuable Studies in the curricula of the public schools, and that it should be a pafrt of every teacher'S professional training is evident. Department of Biology BENJAMIN BEE HARRIS, Ph. D. JAMES B. MCBRYIJE, Ph. D. JESSE HARRISON LEGGETT, B. S. WINNIE JACOBS, M. A. OLA JOHNSTON, M. A. Biology is dedicating its efforts to the need of teaching the known and discovering new laws of life, so that human beings may take their places happily and gainfully in this world of events. Von Baer said, "Science is, in its source, eternal, in its scope, unmeasureableg in its problems, endless, in its goal, unattainable," and biology is one of its branches. Man is a fellow-passenger upon this globe in company with countless thousands of plant and animal forms, and biology, "the science of life," in co-operation with the other Sciences, instructs mankind how to behave in company with his fellow passengers, So that he may live well, laugh often, and appreciate more the world about him. B. B. HARRIS Director Department of Biology L,-111 Executives Department of Business Administration . WILLIAM ALEXANDER LARIMER, M. A. ARTHUR ARAS MILI.ER, M. A. TOM ROSE, M. B. A. JACK SHEPHERD, B. A. The great business world, with its teeming life, strug- gling for progress, seeking ways of keeping the wolf from the door, working to hold what has been won, driving the wheels of industry, keeping it moving harmoniously and l methodically-a desire to know more of all this and to be able to take a part in it as a real helper rather than to be simply an onlooker, leads to the student'S prohtable hours in the Department of Business Administration. W. N. MASTERS Director Department of Chemistry Pgcli X ll W. A. LARIMIER Director Department of Business Administration Department of Chemistry WALLACE NEWTON MASTIERS, M. A. LUSIUS PERRY FLOYD, M. S. THOMAS ABRAHAM VVILLARD, M. A. ADDIE MAE CURBO, B. S. To give a richer meaning to familiar forms of matter I-the food which we eat, the water which we drink, the air which we breathe, and the earth on which we Stand, to gain a better understanding of the transformations which are taking place within our bodies and all about us, to have a proper attitude toward the physical uni- verse, the clods which lie at our feet, and the stars which appear in the Sky-these are the cultural Objectives of Chemistry. Executives L. A. SHARP Lu Director Demonstration School -ill- 2 Demonstration Sclfiool LAYVRENCE ALEXANDER SHARP, PIIOEBE GOODE MIZZEL, M. A. Ph. D. ANNABILLLE MCDONALD, M. A. LULA K. SIIUMAKER, M. A. ANNA ALFORD, M. A. CORRIE WALKER ALLEN, M. A. ANNIE MARY SPROUSE, M. A. DOROTHY BARR, M. A. ANNIE G. BRADLEY, B. S. MARY RUTH COOK, M. A. MARGIE HELM STAFFORD, B. S. EVA B. STAPLETON, M. A. LILLIAN O. WALKER, M. A. MARY TANNER GRAY, M. A. MARY LOUISE WILSON, B. A. ALBERT SIDNEY IQEITH, B. S. EPSIE YOUNG, M. A. MARGARET HAYS, B. A. MAEEL WILKERSON, B. S. HUGH MASTERS, M. A. CARL MATTHEWS, Ph. D. The Demonstration School is one ofthe divisions of the instructional service of the College.- Its purpose is to afford the organization, control, and conduct of a model school. It further serves to provide for the col- lege student actual practice and experience in teaching under expert supervision and direction. In addition, it offers an opportunity for college students to make pupil diagnosis and to do remedial teaching. :Department of Education GEORGE A1.LAN ODAM, Ph. D. JOIIN EDWARD BLAIR, M. A. NEI.I.IE LUCY GRIEEITII, M. A. WILLIAM HERSCIIEL BRUCE, LL. D. ANNABELLE PRITCIIARD, M. A. VICTOR YOUNG CRAIG, M. A. The science of the diffusion of the cultures and ac- J. CARL MATTIIIEWS, Ph. D. AUGUST GEORGE KOENIG, M. CAROLYN lVlClV.lUI.LAN, M. A. LANVRENCIE ALEXANDER SIIARP, OTIIO HANSCOM, M. A. I-IAROLD BRENIIOLTZ, Ph. D. cumulated knowledge of the past, the Science of detect- ing the methods Which must be applied to the particular mind is left entirely Within the Department of Education. Of the millions that have had their beings, there are IIO two identical in response to a given Stimulation. The methods employed in developing the individual into a personality differ Widely, yet the aspiration of the various schools are the same-each seeks to provide a better foundation upon which civilization may rest more Securely. G. A. ODAM Director Department of Education Paar 14 Executives X 1 Department of Engllslx RAY CooIcE STOKER, Ph. D. MARY CRocKET'r SWVEET, M. A. BELL EUGENE LooNEY, M. A. GEORGE MEDDERS, M. A. VIRGINIA AUGUSTA HAILE, BESSIE LORENA Shook, M. A. M. A. MAMIE ETTA SMITII, M. A. NEl.I.Ilf CLEVELAND, M. A. EDITH LANIER CLARK, M. A. MATTIE ELLA CRAVENS, M. A. FRANKLIN M. DARNALL, Ph. D. ELDRIDGE C. BRODIE, Ph. D. RUSSELL FLOWERS, B. A. "To know that we know what we know, and that we do not know what we do not know," said Confucius, "that is true knowledge." To say what one wants to say in the way one should say it, and not to say what one should not say in the way one should not say it, that is true culture. Wlieii that is done in written and in spoken English, and when an appreciation of the great literature of the world has been added thereto, the stu- dent has reached the goal set by the Department of English. RAY CooKE STOKER Director Department of English Department of Economics W. josEIfII MCCONNELL, Ph. D. Ross CoMI'ToN, M. A. JACK jolINsoN, Ph. D. iVlan's major activities have in all ages been devoted . to the task of making a living, and we are probably not warranted in assuming that the future will release him Inaterially from this responsibility. These activities 'ire to an ever increasing degree performed by man, not as an individual, but as a member of society. The depart ment seeks to acquaint the student with the fundamental W. JOSEPlI'MCCONNIEI.L principles upon which the science of man's activity rests Umm' both In respect to his efforts at making a living and at Department of Economics which he lives. gr' 15 becoming and being a co-operating unit of the society In EXCCIIHVCS Runv CUMBV SMITH Director Department of Foreign Languages Department of Government JOSEPH WILLIAM PENDER, M. A. SAMUEL B. MCALISTER, Ph. D. The Government Department is characterized by a hearty co-operation between the staff. Free and timely discussions are held and curricula and methods are mutually agreed upon. The work of the adviser is as- sumedby the head, the task being by no means burden- some. The members of the staff feel that, to the thought- l .. Department of Foreign Languages RUBY CUMEY SMITH, Ph. D. GEORGE R. HAMLETT, M. A. PERCY ERNEST MCDONALD, AUGUST GEORGE KOENIG, M. S. M. A. JOHN NEWMAN BROWN, M. A. VIRGINIA CALLOWAY, M. A. HENRY DANNELLEY, I-'I-I. D. " He who has another language has another life. " The Foreign Language Department Offers training in four languages, French, German, Latin, and Spanish. This training is both practical and cultural: practical, be- cause it prepares for teaching and for higher degrees, cultural, because it intensifies interest in one of the great- est instruments of education, widens one's mental horizon, and by contact with various peoples and litera- tures of various times, enables the student to form more intelligent opinions of our own civilization. ful, the necessity for an 'outstanding government de- J- W-,FENDER partment In a teacher-tralning institution is evident and Dmclor unquestioned. Department of Government Page 1 6 Executives "'-- X -'--I Department of Geography JOIIN ROBERT SWENSON, M. A. MARY jo COWLING, M. A. CIIAUNCEY LLOYD POLLOCK, M. A. Geography portrays the background of human ex- perience in space as history does in time. Both cor- relatives are necessary if men shall understand their environment and inheritance to the end that they may live abundantly and happily on the earth. The good life can come only When men have learned to respect one another and to co-operate with their combined inheritance to master their universal environment. For this reason Man and Nature and their mutual reactions are the sub- ject-matter of Geography. J. R. SWIENSON Director Department of Geography Department of History LEWIS WILLIAM NEWTON, ANNA IRION POWELL, Ph. D. Ph. D. CORA WILSON, M. A. JOSEPH LYMAN KINGSBURY, CLARENCE ALLAN BRIDGES, Ph. D. M. A. ' In a World Where material things and materialistic ideas very largely engage one's attention, the study of A history in only its romantic and colorful aspects would probably be justified. The faculty of this department Works with the con viction that a knowledge of the history of the more im portant social groups now existing in this World Will L- VZQSEXTON furnish an excellent, if not a necessary, background for Department of History the pLlI'Sll1t of any of the other school subjects. More than any other subject, perhaps, history cuts across and alds in the broader interpretation of other subjects in the curriculum. l 17 EX6CUflVCS 2 . RUTII T. LEIIMAN Director Department of Home Economics Ilepartment of Home Economics RUTII TOWNSEND LEI-IMAN, EDITH LUECKE, M. A. M. A. JESSIE ELIZAEETII ACKER, LoIs ASHLEY PEARMAN, M. A. M. A. REBECCA MAE JoIINsToN, MURIEL E. WILLIAMS, M. A. M. A. Someone has said, "I must know fifty-seven trades in order to run my home. " The Home Economics Depart- ment does not pretend to offer instruction in all these "trades, " but it does recognize the fact that home-1nak- ing is far from being simply cooking and sewing, and that teachers of home-making need broad training. The work of the department therefore ranges from the de- velopment of specific techniques to the application of science, art, and economics in the solution of home prob- lems, and finally to the consideration of the very human problems represented by the nursery school, and the study of family relationships. Department of Industrial Education HUGO JOHN PETER VITZ, M. A. SAMUEL ALFRED BLACKB URN, Ph. D. JESSE DARNVIN HAI.I,, JR., B. A. The quality of all civilizations depends upon intelli- gence and character, or morality, in the order stated, for morality springs from intelligence, not intelligence from morality. Nor would it be difficult to prove thatpractical intelligence is more conducive to a high development of morals than upon mere theoretical intelligence. Industrial Education stimulates and quickens the in- tellect by the use of mechanical tools. The skilled hand confers benehts upon man, and each benefit so conferred exerts the natural moral influence of a good act upon the mind of the benefactor. The Work in Industrial Education prepares teachers of power to guide young people in their manual activities so as to develop to the fullest extent those moral, in- tellectual, and social- values so desirable in citizenship. H. J. P. VITZ Director Department of Industrial Education Yi EXCCIWIVES .....-..N-- ... ...... I The Library PEARL C. IVICCRACKIEN, MARY SWINDLE, M, A, B. S. ELAINE ADAMS, IQOBERTA Moss, B. A. B. A. I-OTTIE BRASHEAR5' MAYUELI. WALLACE, B. S. 7 B. A. Lois BENNETT KNOX, B. S. "I am Thoth, Lord of the Halls of Books, the perfect scribe whose hands are pure, who writes down justice, and who hates every wrong, whose words, being written, are immortal and have dominion over two earths. I re- fresh memory by recorded words. I reveal and interpret all things. I am Lord of all learning, numbering, and measuring, the founder of all sciences. I weigh and re- cord the deeds of men. I drive away enmity and dispel quarrels. "Your Halls of Books are full of the wisdom and witchery of the ages. Bring all youth to the portals, large and small, give them the keys, for in the Halls of Books or by their secrets is fought the great duel between intelligence and ignorance. " As librarian, Mrs. McCracken is the administrator of the Halls of Books. PEARL C.. MCCRACKEN Lzbrarmu Delnartnient of Mathematics AMOS BARRSDALE, 1 A Amos BARKSDALE Director U Department of Mathematics Pgcl9 M. A. MYRTLE CYRENA BROWVN, M. A. TIMOTHY EDWIN PETERS, M. A. Twenty-live centuries of research have piled high the treasures of the Kingdom of Mathematics and there are yet uncharted realms waiting for the explorer. One who-unafraid-delves into its mysteries has an op- portunity for real study and advancement. The doors of all knowledge are thrown open to him because mathe- matics supports the universe of knowledge. The mathematician may be called a magician "whose wand creates the marvelous and whose penetrating eye searches the hidden corners of the universel" Executives 2 ---ii- LILLIAN M. PARRILL Director Department of Music Department of Music LILLIAN MAY PARRILL, GLADYS TQELSO, B. Mus. B. Mus. MARY ANDERSON, FLOYD GRAHAM, M. Mus. B. Mus. It is said that man has a three-fold nature: physical, intellectual, and spiritual: body, mind, and soul. The body is governed by physical existence, the mind, by thought and reason, the soul, through moods and emotion. Character is developed through moods and thoughts, either God-like or God-less. Music satisfies the deep feelings that stir one while sad or happy. Good music enables one to rise above his every-day self into a realm of pure thought, happiness, sympathy or aspiration, bringing him back better able to perform his work in the world. Department of Physics L. L. MILLER, M. A. SAM PARKER, B. S. The application of the laws of Physics to music, to architecture, and to the construction of machinery makes the study of Physics one of supreme importance to every- one. Since one's concepts are based largely on what he sees, hears, etc., and his judgments determined principal- ly by his interpretations of physical phenomena and laws, the study of Physics is a dominant factor in the develop- ment of a comprehensive-philosophy of life. The super- stitious, hokus-pokus, chance elements are banished from one's thinking. L. L. MILLER Direclor Department of Physics P1120 . u-1-1-1.1 Department THERON JUDSON FoUTs, M. A. DONNIE COTTERAL, M. A. BEULAH ANN HARRISS, M. A. LINDLEY O. HAYES, M. D. M cus Sanus in capore sano has been the cry of depart- ments of physical education everywhere. It has been proved that only a sound mind can exist in a sound body, and the Department of Physical Education not only in- structs prospective coaches and physical education di- rectors, but is a plant for the maintenance of the physical Executives S 1' of Physical Education EDITH MAE KUBECK, B. S. TERENCE MYRACLE, B. A. JACK Sisco, M. A. CHARLES C. SPORTSMAN, B. S. THERON J. Fours Director Department of Physical Education equipment of the individual students of the College. OLIVE M. Joi-iNsoN Director Department of Speech Arts Page 21 Department of Speech Arts OLIVE M. JOHNSON, M. A. MYRTLE HARDY, M. A. No subject has shown more marked progress in the manner of presentation than that of speech. Instead of being taught as something only for the platform, it is A presented as practical training for all who speak. The design of the instruction in this department is not to make orators, actors, or elocutionists, but to develop personality. Such training is valuable for all, but vital for teachers. "No thought," says Dr. Crothers of Cambridge, "is in- teresting until it has passed through the mind of an in- teresting person." In the mind of the trained teacher something happens to electrify the passing thought. This is the magic of personality. Executives 2 il -. J. E. BLAIR Director Department of Extension Placement Bureau Department of Extension Every year students whose college work is as yet in- complete go forth to occupy teaching positions. The small salaries paid to these teachers make it difficult for these men and women to give up their positions and spend more years in college in further training for their work. It is of vital importance that provision be made for the additional training of these teachers who are in active service. To meet this need is the purpose of the Extension Department. The Placement Bureau has the two-fold function of assisting public schools in getting in contact with the teachers trained in this institution and in assisting stu- dents and ex-students in securing teaching positions in which they can best work. ln addition, it follows up students who have gone out from the institution to see how well they may be serving the public schools and to assist them in securing promotions when such are due. The office is open throughout the year. E. H. FARRINGTON Director Placement Bureau Page 22 ----1----1 g Executives X ...-1 1 1i i l fl Hospital LINDLEY O. HAYES, ANNIE RICHRICH, M. D. R. N. - NINA PREUSS, CLEMENTINE GRUSENDORF, R, N, Housekeeper The hospital serves the student-body twenty-four hours out of each day, never ceasing to administer medical aid to those in need of it. Dr. Hayes is capably sup- ported by a staff of two registered nurses who are on duty at the hospital throughout the day. Dr. Hayes is supervisor of the college hospital to which all students who have met the required fee have access. Medical advice and treatment are given free of charge. LINDLEY O. HAYES Director College Hospital Textbook Library Page 23 W. W. WRIGHT Texlbaak Librarian The textbook librarian has charge of over 30,000 books used in the twenty-three instructional departments of the College. Over 17,000 new copies have been added dur- ing three and one half years just past. The books are issued to the faculty and students on a rental system. A complete record of every transaction is kept. The number of entries made in order to keep a record of all the transactions in administering the business of the four named branches above are innumerable. No tax is re- quired for the operation of this department. The rental fees and lines pay all expenses and carry over a credit balance. O1 bliC1'I'101'1'11'I1 - F lg B t - In L W Hiam ran lin Ledl ter Vincent Crarriso r ene allen in fl 1' Ye, f X '.,,g, ,V 1 iN'i3ffL'55?45'?dXAS .rf CC :.: .:,., 1 ,... ,,.,:.,:.,:. . "" I .mmwmwmmm n1ngu3nm ' nmmmsmmm- -n-uuuuuu-nnannnuuu sl wuuuumsnnwu-nn ,muuuuvunwnunu-n-unnn . .naman-an--n auunnan-an-mnnqqup an-qgnunnuqn - .naannunxunn mnlvnunsnluunnnf Ml--'I'-www .mlnnnannnnnuaan up-unnlnuunn 1 ,12. ,,, b, Q ' , ,EI zifzilf i W . "" ": "5:I35:'?Z5E:-5-" Q ""' : "5:55.5f:fEfi?55?555?E3E-5755555Sif5E5555:'::f5Q:f5ef:-A,,z::::.EE5if:' :5:f:1:'f:5:5 5' .iisiffffl:E'-5555:ff-:Y::::eEfE-5:53 - V ...'. ..-.Ms .1 ,..,. -gg::::::-nygkggw, -2-fm , ' ' '-2" ff:55:' .,.. -55 ' "I:-'Er?:E::i25ffiiffslziiiigsz, 'ff- .,.T., .,.... ...li .. .,,,,,, ,, , . ,, , ,,., . ,, ,,,.,. .,,... . ., .. ..., , ., ,,... ,,,, , V - - , x .v..- -.,-, .-.-...-,.,...,-., -.,.- - , 1 --1 2-:-zv,-N-f-:M-:,:. -"' "--'- - ' --,- . .,.,,,.-,.. : ..,-.-. v .-.. M '-'- -, ,.,., 1 . wggmigmxwmsww-1.2,.1.-naw-rw-:ez-:g -'---- . ,. . ,,,, .,., ,.,:,,:,.,,,:,..,,. '- ,,., - , Technicians -iii-1.1 2 THERON J. Fours Dean of Men D C311 of Women - Dean of M611 It is the policy of the office of the dean to afford every student constructive consideration rather than corrective suggestions. Harmony of function and relative co- operation are the consequences of the department inso- far as the individual student does not abuse the privi- leges afforded him. Herein is found the great hub upon which turns the social life of the student. Conventionalism and active situation come face to face and each is given the caustic test of time and demand. In this technocratic age serious problems and new ex- periences will await each one as he enters upon his chosen profession. May you meet these bravely and with a wide intelligence and a deep understanding that should belong to every teacher. The welfare of education and the children of Texas challenge your best efforts and may you ever be "loyal to the royal" that is yours. It has been said that there are few satisfactions so great as the realization that the work in which one has a share has ever increasing influence and usefulness. This is the true teacher's just reward. EDITH L. CLARK Dean of Women Page 26 TeCl'llliCi 8118 1-ii- S -T DC311 of iF1'CSI11'l12lI1 GIIIS "The secret of happiness is not in doing what one likes, but in liking what one has to do." One of the privileges of the Dean of Freshman Girls is to lead them in such a way that they will enjoy what they have to do. The dean endeavors to accomplish this through private conferences with individual students and their problems. One of the .most active is the yearly orientation program of the freshmen in order to help them become better acquainted with their new environment, with their fellow students, and with members of the faculty. Then, too, there is another Contact that the dean has in personal supervision of extra-curricular activities, in freshman clubs, and in teaching. EX-S MABEI. E. CRIDDLE Dean of Freshman Girls tudent Association Page 27 MAMIE E. SMITH Secretary of the Ex-Student Association It is the purpose of the Ex-Student Association to provide a means of contact between the college and its Exes. Toward this end an attempt is made at the campus headquarters to keep to date a geographical and his- torical file of all ex-students and graduates of the college. In 1932-1933 the publication of the Ex-Student News, quarterly journal of the Association, was temporarily suspended for financial reasons. It is hoped, however, that when this "mild boom" is ended, the association may have an opportunity to mean more to its members than ever before. TCCl'1H1C1anS 2 MCCURRY BLACKBURN BEARD MALONE PHLLLIPS BEVILL lx:-- Student Council With the path of life leading but to the grave, it shall not be long until the burden of perpetuating civilized order in society will fall upon the rising generation. The stimu- lating of correct habits and developing of proper responses to situations that involve the participants will result in a more dynamic Democracy. To train in the art of co-operation and in establishing ideals that will minimize intolerance for those regulations made to benefit the majority is the ambition of the Student Council. FEDRIGO CAMPORA Chairman Pane 28 -1 Teclfxnicians S 1 Publications Council Too few are the opportunities of develop- ing appreciation through direct administra- tion of responsibilities. Though these op- portunities are few, responsibility placed en- tirely on minds unguided by experience tends to deviate from well defined principles, pre- requisite to the proper consequences. Hence, the Publications Council is made up of teachers and students, the former representing mature judgment, and the latter representing students' interests and policies. Thus, balance and harmony are achieved. W. N. MASTERS Chairman Page 29 HOGAN CURBO GLIDEWELL ARNOLD SWENSON McNmL CAMPORA SKILES Technicians -i1-1. 2 WALKER Cox CONNELLY SEAY f The Athletic Council The Athletic Council is composed of five members of the faculty and a member from each of the four classes. It has sole power in matters relating to the major sports of the college, which, at the present, are football, basket ball, track, tennis, and cross-country. The council has the power of conferring awards for athletic participation upon recommendation by the coaches. This body also considers questions of eligibility of varsity performers and formulates the policies by which the athletic de- partment is run. Faculty Members J. W. PENDER THERON J. FoUTs BEULAH HARRISS ' DIXIE Bovn E. H. FARRINGTON l J. W. PENDER Chairman Athletic Council Page 3 0 11 S eCl'1IliCi 3118 - F ine Arts Committee The Fine Arts Committee, composed of five faculty members and four students, rep- resents the college in securing musical and dramatic numbers for the cultural develop- ment and entertainment of the student body. The committee attempts to bring to the col- lege only artists of national and international reputation. During the 1932-33 session con- tracts were made with such artists as Albert Spalding, Tony Sarg's Marionettes, and the London String Quartet. S. B. MCALISTER Chairman Page 3 1 STRATFORD GARDNI:R DILLON CUNNINGHAM 's JJ lf, f ' . ' A ec mciafnsi I' . Z .T J Xl 11,5 ig' -f in V' --.-... JH K .ljf .. J l 'li fl if ji! D l 1 lj l fl l V 1 , ,W n Gi1'1S IrOI'l,l1'I1 COLl1'1Ci1 Since the Forum was organized five years ago, a closer association among the women on the campus has been created and an attitude of interest has been built up. The main purpose of the council is to unify the student body through various social activities, giving opportuni- ties for making friendships. V Upperclassmen naturally feel more responsibility in connection with the freshmen of the college and are given an opportunity to help the little sisters through the "Big-Little Sister Movement." Since the college wishes to be known as a friendly college, the "Big-Little Sister Movement" should go a long way toward es- tablishing this reputation. ,X-'73 ,Gyn f 'yi iyxfvig V' , . 5 A F oorlz ELKMAN U' My GALE TAYLOR S HOLLADAY KLINGLESMITH fymfrp 3 fi W ys'Qw'vyf?, vx'.i 5 5 l l l 1 w 1 1 if 5 I U HELEN JOHNSON, xii!!! ff . My W of ,f P 2 i if T Technicians ..-.1 X.. - 5... L.. 'll Girls Forum Council The Forum attempts to instill within the minds of the young women of the college the desire to be open-minded, to get facts and weigh evidences before making decisions, to co-operate with their teachers and their friends, to see the inter-dependence of various fields of activity, and to respect the opinions and sincerity of others. The Forum not only wishes to train students in a social way, but it hopes to develop their initiative and responsibility so that they may be prepared to meet their problems and responsibilities wherever they may be placed. HELEN JOHNSON . President EVA Jo STANLEY . . Vice-President EDITH FOOTE . . Treasurer HAZEL GOODMAN . . Secretary AMELIA TAYLOR . . Reporler I l l I EDITH CLARK, Sponsor Puye 33 VICK WILLIS THURSMAN CULWELL TUNNEL GOODMAN .ff ,Q - -- -- - --1 V Y -.-.. !-1- ....-.-,...,...,........- -.-............m.M. ..,--on h..w.-.....4...- .- r..'n...-.-.,.- 1.,.-..wumu..-.w.--..N-mofmnu-.4..rr..ww-.Q-Wm..-..w v' ' Y H 1- - f - - -2---1--fr--:.:-Q,.ny-1 .-.f...Qn-A rn.-W.--.:u.frr.f.-.1.q-n-1.,,,--.rr .---m,.:--awgm.-nv-.vm 415.4-:slum-vqwnafmfaxvmsennvw:fo9.sr.umr,:nn4w4'n,zr.-nus.u.-.4 The Actors Atjirst unselmolezt in their roles, missing thefr cues, self-eonsefinus and ashamed of their own awkwrtrdness, these main props of the la froctmzllv ofqutre through the process of trmt rmd error, zu potnstoktng rehearsal, command of lhezr ports. The 'weak and the un- I dd P 'Y L . ' ' - ' ' . - , , .tit are weedeft ontfrom the cnet. 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J I - , '-,153 " P., fr.-.fh11.'. 1. , me - ,.1ami-aiv?'bMflwfLffA3d'I25Jvb9'L1n2S3Q?Yf?xwrzdh,7? ,Vw ' ..--Lf,M'-,vyqL.avfai.-ii-t-funumgziff an -Q .,,r.w.hws3.1.a,A:'J1zxMfA M ::i,,,-wmif A I" JOE SKILES, President MARGARET MAY, Treasurer 2 enior Class Officers - ANDREW SWENSON, Vice-President FRANCES HODGES, Secretary Pane 3 6 Seniors S Acxux, ARCHIE ............ Myra Economics ADK1Ns, DENISE .......... Denton English Mary Ardens, Kappa Delta Pi, E. D. Cricldle I-Iist. Soc., ldes Clula, English Majors Club, Scholarship Society. Akms, WIl.LIAM ...... Fort Worth Music Band, Stage Band, Orchestra, Music Club, Dramatic Club. BALLENTINE, ORLENE. ..Bluff Dale BARNES, GERTRUDE ...... Denton English Page 3 7 ADAMS, EXA ............. Denton Biology ALLEN, W1N1FR1su .......... Keller Chemistry Masters Chemical Society ARTHUR, OPAL CuR1sT1Nls. .Denton English BARKIQR, OPAL MAE ...... Bellevue Business Administration Pi Omega Pig W. A. A. BARSH, A. G. .......... Gatesville Chemistry Masters Chemical Societyg Kappa Delta Pi. Seniors BLACKEURN, CLARK. ...... Denton Music Pi Phi Pi, Student Faculty Coun- cil, Chorus, Band, Dramatic Club. BLAIR, GEORGIA ..... . . .Denton Music Music Club, Sec.-Tres. '31, '32, Pres. '32, '33, Mary Arden, '31, '33, Sec. '32, Green jackets '31, '33' Chat Reporter, '32, '33, W. A. '32, '33, Chorus '31, '33, 1 A., BLOCK, PAULINIC .......... Gunter Business A dministration Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Omega Pi. Bovn, DIXIE. . ........... Denton Business Administration Business Mgr., Athletic Council. BRAv,J1M. . . ..... ...... . .Celina Business A dmi nistration Talon, Vice-President Sophomore Class, '29, Athletic Council '29-'31, 2 BLAIR, ARTHUR WITT. . .Ft. Worth Elementary Education Pi Phi Pi, Cross Country, Ele- mentary Council, Dramatic Club, Debate chorus. BLANKEMEYER, DELLA .... . .Krum Home Economics BoUNDs, STANLEY .... Weatherford Mathematics BRANIIAM, WINFIELD. . . . .Denison Business Administration Pi Omega Pi. BROGAN, CLAUDINE .... Gainesville English English Majors Club. Pane 38 S BROWNING, LESLIE ....... Denton Physical Education BYRNE, MAxiE ........ .Corsicana Mathematics Mary Ardensg Navarro County Club. CAMPBELL, MRS. AMY ..... Denton Elementary Education Elementary Council. CHANDLER, MARION .... Ft. Worth Home Economics Home Economic Club: Chorus '30, '31. CHo1cE, RUTH ........... Winona Spanish W. A. A., Sec., C. L. C., '32. Page 39 Seniors i . BUTLER, DAUN. . . . . . . . . . . .Hasse Home Economics Home Economic Club. CALHOUN, GORDON ....... Denton Chemistry Geezlesg Masters Chemical So- cietyg Student Assistant '32, '33. CHAMBERS, BERTHA ....... Denton Elementary Education Art Club. CHANEY, N. H. ........... Kerens Geography Pres. Geography Majors Club, 'dig Kappa. Delta Pig Student As- sistant. COCKRELL, THELMA .... . . .Loop Latin Ides Club: Mary Arden. Seniors CooK, SPRUILL ......... Corsicana Geography Dramatic Club, Geography Ma- jors Club, Vice-President. CULPEPPER, HENRY ....... Electra Physical Education Track, '29, '30, T-Club, Geezles. DAv1s, WALTER ........ Iowa Park Industrial Education DOSIER, MARY EUNicE . Gainesville English Kappa Delta Pig Criddle Histori- cal Societyg Y. W. C. A. EADS, CLAUDE. . . . . . ...... Dallas Government Eagle Band, Press Club. 2 l- Cox, PoLI.Y .............. Denton English Mary Arden. DAVIS, BRUCE ............ Denton Government 'Pi Kappa Delta, Debating Club: Student Assistant Society. Donnms, ALVIN .......... Denton Physical Education Basketball, '32' 33. DUNEAR, MAUR1NE ...... Pittsburg English EDDLEMAN, LUCILLE ...... Graham Primary Education Mary Arcleng Elementary Coun- cil, Sec. '31, Vice-Pres. '32, '33g West Texas Club, Chorus. Paqc 40 S FAN'r, TIIIELMA .......... Marshall English Mary Arden, House Presidentg Campus Chat. FROST, JEANNETTIE ........ Denton Commerce Mary Arden, Pi Omega Pi. GALE, Cnnisrmis ......... Denton Physical Education Green jackets, Mary Ardensg W. A. A,g Woman's Forum. GAY, ATKINS .......... . . .Denton Business Administration Geezlesg T-Clubg Pi Omega Pig Basketballg Football. GOSNIEY, LILLIAN ......... Denton Business Administration Mary Arden. Page 41 Seniors - - - I FLY, LAMAR ............ Gonzales English Geezlesg Press Club: Campus Chatg Kappa Delta PigYucca Staff. GAHHER, MILDRED. ..Morgan Mill Home Economics Y. W. C. A., '29, '30g Home Eco- nomics Club, '31, '32g Student Christian Association. GAsPERsoN, EARL. . . ...... Alvord Government GooDMAN, LORENE ........ Gunter Physical Education W. A. A.: Life Saving Corpsg Physical Education Club, Secretary of Life Saving Corps, '32. , GUNN, HARDY ............ Atlanta Government SCIliO1'S I' I-IAINES, HOWARD . ....... .Denton Business Administration Football: Yell Leader: Talons: T-Club. HEFLIN, BERTRAND W. .... Denton English Pres. Dramatic Club, '32, '33: Associate Editor of Campus Chat: Press Club: Dramatic Club, '26: Co-literary Editor, 1933 Yucca. Hmrr, THOMAS A. ........ Denton Chemistry Masters Chemical Society. Honcrss, FRANCES ........ Denton Physical Education Green Jackets: Pres., Mary Ar- dens: W. A. A.: Delta Psi Kappa: Student Assistant in P. E.: Sec. Sr. Class '32, '33. HOLLADAY, MlLDRED ....... Venus Elementary Education Mary Arden: Green jacket: Ele- mentary Council: Girls Forum. 2 : HAYES, Sun FAITH ..... Ft. Worth English HEI.M, DORIS ............. lredell History E. D. Criddle Historical Society, Vice-President. HILL, MARYLEE ......... Denton Spanish Campus Chat: Society Editor, '31, '32: Yucca Staff '32, '33: Press Club, '31, '32, '33. Ho1sLD'rK1s, CLARA ......... Bowie Biology I Kappa Delta Pi: Masters Chem- ical Society: House President. HCLLAND, Roarsnr ..... Midlothian Government Band, '29, '31, '32: Press Club, '30: College Chorus, '30, '31, '32: President Ellis County Club, '31: Music Club, '32, Page 42 S HOLMAN, MARY ....... Paint Rock English W. A. A., West Texas Club, S. C. A. HORTON, HILNRY, JR. ....... Point Industrial Education Football, Basketball, Track, '29, '30, Industrial Education Club, Baptist Student Council. HUCKABEE, CLEO ......... Ireland Industrial Education Industrial Education Club, '31, '32, President, '32, HURST, AMANDA SUE. . .Grapevine Geography Mary Arden, Geography Club, W. A. A.: College Chorus. JERNIGAN, STEWART. .Van Alstyne English Band, Stage Band, College Or- chestra, Scholarship Society, Kappa Delta Pi, Press Club, Campus Chat Staff. Pm 43 SCI'li0.l.'S -I . HOOVER, Louis ..... . .... Sherman Art Art Club, President, '31, '32. HownLL, MARY EVELYN. . .Abilene English Mary Arden, '31, '32, '33, Green Jackets, '32, '33, West Texas Club, '31, '32, House President's Club, '32, '33. PIUMPHREYS, MARY A.. . . .Denton Business Administration Mary Arden, Pi Omega Pi, String Ensemble. JEFFUS, MYRTLE MAE ..... Vernon Elementary Education Home Economics Club, Ele- mentary Council, West Texas Club. JOHNSON, IVAN ........... Denton History-Art Pi Phi Pi, Pi Omega Pi, '29, '30, '31, '32, '33, Art Club, '31, '32, '33, Religious Council President, '30, '31,- Dramatic CIub,'30,'31, '32, '33, E. D. Criddle I-Iistorical Society President, '31, '32, '33, SC1'li0I.'S I' STEELE, MARY ELLEN JOHNSON- Irving English President Jr. Councilg Y. W. C. A., '29, '30, Devotional Chairman, B. S. W. Council, '30, '31, '32, '33, Dramatic Club, '31, '32, '33, S. C. A., '31, '32, '33. JONES, ELZIE. . . . ........ Leonard Economics KENDRICKS, HARMON ...... Dallas English Talons, Secretary and Treasurer: Press Club, Secretary, Yucca Staff 3 Campus Chat Staff. KNIGHT, LYNN. . . . ....... Denton Business Administration LANE, HARRIET ......... Cleburne Latin Mary Arden, Kappa Delta Pig Ides Clubg Press Club, Summer '30, l JOLLY, ELLEN ........... Bellevue Geography Geography Major Club, Mary Arcleng West Texas Club. JULIEN, VADA MAE ..... . . .Frisco Business Administration Elementary Councilg College Chorus. KLINGMAN, ROBERT ..... Colorado Industrial Education Pi Phi Pig Campus Chat Staff, Avesta Stall: Art. LANDERS, MABEL .... . .Ft. Worth English LARIMER, WILLIAM ....... Denton Mathematics Kappa Delta Pig Scholarship So- ciety. Page 44 LEGETT, GENE ........... Dent Biology A I, Mary Ardens, W.A.A. ' 1 MALONE, HENDERSON ...... Frisco Physical Education Geezles, T-Club, Football, '31, '32, Track, '32, '33, Collin County Club, '31, '32, Student Faculty Council, '30, '31, MARTIN, AGNES ....... Gainesville History MAULDIN, CARL FoRD ..... Alvord Government International Relations Club: College Chorus, Glee Club, '28, '29, Y. M. C. A. MAY, MARGARET ..... McKinney Elementary Education Treasurer of Senior Class, Re- porter of Mary Ardens, '32, '33i Green Jackets, Elementary Coun- cil, Collin County Club, House Presidents Club. P490 45 A W S eIliO1'S LILES, BILL ........ . . .Mexia History Central Texas Club. MARQUIS, ROBERT ........ Denton English Band, Orchestra, Talons, T-Club, Hobo Swimming Club, Track, '30, '31, Dramatic Club. MARTIN, MILTON. . . .... Denton Art Art Club. MAXSON, IQATHERINE. . .Ft. Worth Physical Education E. D. Criddle Historical Society, W. A. A. MICHIE, VINNIE DEE .... Josephine Home Economics Dramatic Club, Home Economics Club. of Seniors 2 I..- ... MILLER, WALTER ......... Denton Chemistry Pi Phi Pi, President, Spring '32, 1 MITCHELL, W. B.. . . Art ' Pi Phi Pig College Chorus, Art Club, Dramatic Club, '32, MooRE, CARVER .... ' ...... Denton Chemistry Masters Chemical Society, Band, Tennis, '33. MORRIS, JESSIE GRACE ..... Chico Music Music Club, W. A. A. MCCANN, GERTRUDE. . .Gainesville Home Economics W. A. A., Home Economics Club. MILLER, WILLIS L. .... . . .Denton Physics Pi Phi Pi, Press Club, '3lg Chai Staff, '31, Religious Council. MONTGOMERY, MARGARET Eufaula, Okla Music MooRE, MATTIE .......... Godley Elementary Educalinn C. L. C. McAr,1sTER, STELLA ........ Spanish Mary Arden. MCCLESKEY, MARTE. .Weatherford Business A dminislration Pi Omega Pi. Page 46 .Azle -1 A MCCLURKAN, MARY MERLE Denton Business A dministralion Pi Omega Pig Mary Arden: Campus Chat Staff, '32, '33g Girls Forum, Vice-President, '32. MCNIEL, Guv BRETT ..,.. Denton English ' Avesta editor, Fall, '32, assistant, 3.1, associate, summer, '32g Pi Phi Pl? Press Club: Yucca Stall, '32, '33g Publications Council, Fall, '32g Campus Chat Staff, '30, '32, NEILL, M1NN1E LEE. .Valley Mills Primary Education Mary Arden. O'NEAl., EDMOND EARLE - Wolfe Cnty Home Economics Mary Arden. PARKER, Mus. LELAH MoRRow . Pilot Point Music Mary Ardenp Student Fellowship Band, College Chorus: Elementary Councilg Y. W. C. A. Page 47 -ta Seniors MCCURRY, BETTY Lois .... Denton English Mary Arden, President, '32, '33g Student Faculty Council, '32, '33. MCWIl.LIAhfS, J. W. ....... Sanger Spanish Chat Staff, '32, NUNLEY, HELEN ...... . . .Bonham Music Music Club. O'REAR, HARLAN ..... Altus, Olka, PEARSON, J. T. ............ Krum I nduslrial Education Clgtalong Industrial E d u c a t io n SeI'1iO1'S POWELL, EMMETT ........ . .Thalia Business Administration Associate member Masters Chem- ical Society, Pi Omega Pi. RAMSEY, VoLNEY. . . .... Denton History REED, RUBY ............. Denton Business Administration Pi Omega Pi. RENFRO, INA MAE ........ Denton Elementary Education .1Mary Arden, Elementary Coun- Cl . RISLEY, DORIS .......... Rockwall Public School Music Elementary Council, '30, '31, '32, '33, College Chorus, Music Club. 2 - PowELr., H. J. ........... Denton Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club. READY, NAOMI ........ McKinney Elementary Education Student Christian Association, Ides Club, Scholarship Society. REESE, ROY ............ Princeton Biology Student Assistant in Biology. REYNOLDS, FERN ......... Hebron English ROGERS, SCELETA ........... Mart Elementary Education Mary Arden, Vice-Pres. of House Presidents, Elementary Council. Page 48 iii-1-1--1 A Rosn, Mus. MARY ........ Denton Home Economics Ellen H. Richard Club. SANDERS, Louisa LAKE.JoinervillB Elementary Education Elementary Council, '30, '31, '32- SCHROER, CHARLEs.Sioux City, Ia. Business Administration Talons. SEARS, LINDA. . . . . . .... . .Pr0Ct0f Home Economics Home Economics Club: W. A. A. SHARBER, Bon ........... Denton English Page 49 Seniors SANDERS, JosEPH N.. . . .Joinerville History Historical Society. SARTON, W. B. .... .... L ipan SCHUSTER, HENRYETTA. . .Graham Elementary Education Mary Arden, Green Jackets: West Texas Club. SEAY, CLARE ......, Fellows, Calif. Industrial Education Football, '29, '30, '31, '32, Track '31, '32, '33g Talonsg T-Club. ' SIMPSON, JACK ........... Denton Chemistry Pi Omega Pig Masters Chemical Society, Vice-President, Spring, '32 and Fall, '32. Seniors I-,-I SIMPSON, VERA ........... Denton Elementary Education Elementary Council: Mary Ar- den. SKILES, JOE .............. Denton Government Geezles, President, '31: Editor 1932 Yucca: Business Manager Publications '33: President of Sen- ior Class '33: President of Junior Class, '32: President, T. I. P. A., '32: President Of Press Club, '32, Vice-President, '31: College Editor, '31 Yucca: Associate Editor of Campus Chat, '31, '32: Sports Editor, '32: Publications Council, '31, '32, '33: Historical Society: International Relations Club: As- sistant Editor of Avesta, Fall, '31: Mens Council, '32: Chairman Men's Forum, '33: Yucca, '33. SLOAN, VENA ............. Jermyn Geography Geography Majors Club: Cur- rent Literature Club: West Texas Club: Girls Forum. SMITH, FRANCES ...,.. Weatherford Mathematics SMITH, MARION .... .... D ecatur l' Srsx, BEULAH MAE. . .Weatherford Geography Geography Majors Club: West Texas Club. SLOAN, EVERETT ...... Greenwood Industrial Education Industrial Education Club: Col- lege Chorus: Student Christian As- soclatlon. SMITH, ELLIOTT .......... Denton Geography Tennis Captain, '33: T-Club: Geography Majors Club. SMITI-I, JOHNNY GAY. . . . .Pine Hill History SMYERS, CARROLL .......... Byers Geography Dramatic Club: Vice-President Pi Phi Pi. Pave 50 Seniors S u11-S1 SNIDER, MARJORIE .... McKinney M athcmatics Secretary C. I.. C., '32, '33, Vice- President C. L. C., '31, '32, House Presidents Club, '32, '33, ldes Club, 31, '32, Collin County Club, Cho- FUSV '31, '32, W. A. A., '30, '31, Students Religious Council. STANLEY, EVA Jos ........ Denton Elementary Education Green Jackets, Secretary, '32, '339 Mary Ardens, Elementary Council: Student Faculty Council, Vice- President Girls Forum. STRATFORD, KENT, El Dorado, Kan. History Geezles, E. D. Criddle Historical Society, President, '31, '32, Gam- madions, W. H. Bruce Scholarship Society, Treasurer, '31, '32, Kappa Delta Pi, President, '32, '33. SWIENSON, ANDREW ....... Denton Chemistry ' Geezles, Campus Chat, '30-'31, 31-'32 '32-'33 Editor, '32-'3-33 cation Club. W. A. A., Chorus. SONNTAG, Ciscn. .......... Denton Physical Education Geezles, T-Club, Physical Edu- STARK, BEULAH ........ Comanche Elementary Edugagion STUCKER. MYRTLE ........ Kerens Physical Education TALLEY, MRS. NORMA. . . . .Electra Yucca,' '30-'31,' '31-'32, Athletic Lam Editor, '32-'33, Dramatic Club, Masters Chemical Society, Press Club, President, '32-'33, Vice-Presb ldes Club- dent Senior Class,'32-'33 , Life Saving goirps, Publications Council, '32- TAYLOR, Louise ........... Austin TAYLOR, jAN1cn ...... Van Alstyne Economics English JH M Mary Arden. Dk 1 NL' Wh J, JF 413' by V Dx Q V sf .s J I -Q s NU' v X X0 J, Avy " sf -f iv 5 N-fs L53 0 JS J' Q2 ,jf Aj! J Q? j XX f-DX' NJ' Q Page 51 E H I J V 'L' 05' 51 Seniors f Tum., Ronmvr. .......... Denton Economics Dramatic Club, Debate. THOMPSON, DORIS ........ Denton English Gammadion Societyg Cricldle His- torical Societyg Ides Club, C. L. C., Kappa Delta Pi. TOOTIIAKIQR, Lim. . ....... Bolivar Economics , Kappa Delta Pi. TURPIN, VIRGINIA ....... Arlington History Mary Arden Club. WALKER, PRENTICE ...... Seymour I Business Administration TELGI2, GEORGE L ........ Cypress I Economics Chorus, '30, '31, '32g Dramatic Club, Houston Club, '32, TIGNER, MAURINE ........ Denton English TOUCHSTONE, EMOGENE .... Sanger Home Economics Home Economics Clubg College Chorus, '31, '32, Jr? ,Q WAGGONER R 1 mDe on i ' B Y s ralion V' -Pr? to les N .M Ikea' - Qi JAH? Q " K 42 - .-A it WELLS, J. HASKIN. . . . . . ton I nduslrial Educatio Industrial Education Club, Pres- ident, Fall, '31, Secretary, Fall, '32. Pam' 5 2 l A WIIITE, VIOLA ....... Burkburnett Spanish Mary Arden g Chorus. WILKINS, MAGARET PEARL. Denton Biology Masters Chemical Society: MarY Arden. WILLIAMS, I.. G.. . . .... Ft. Worth Physical Education WILSON, MARY. ...... Wills Point English ldes Club, Dramatic Club: Mflfl' Arden, President, Summer, 329 House Presidents Club. WRIEN, HAZEI. ........ Springtown Primary Education -lMary Arden, Elementary Coun- ci . Page 5 3 SCI'li01'S WIIIIQMAN, Ross K. ...... . Economics WILI.lARlS, IJERIIAN G.. . . . History WILsoN, BEN ............ Chemistry Guthrie Denton Denton T-Clubg Cross Country, '3lg Cap- tain Cross Country, '32, Track, '32. WILSON, MATTIIQ PYRIQNE. .Denton Government Mary Arden Club. WYNN, FLOYD ..... . . ..... Denton Chemistry WRIGHT, NOBLE .......... Denton Biology Masters Chemical Society, Press Club, Campus Chat, '29-'33, Dra- matic Club. 64 0 1 ll Fil. u H lllullnuauuuuuuur if H I I nuunuanauqx 3 gg- ' , luuunuuuuuu , u wnununnnnaq f' 'R' In Q ...QI '--'-' mummy lzf lltttlt0u "Ullnn,,'2. g's"?,Q'xS.sa' .-.73 ,VP-135. unsus- N UK . J ',:v,,-,- Z viv- ,funny It! A 1.-,. ,- . l 'Nfl' . , . 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Juhiors BURKS, ELIZABETH Pilot Point BURKS, LALLAH Pilot Point BUSBY, EDNA PEARL Mart CATES, JAMES Lake Dallas CHAPMAN, GERALDINE Sulphur Springs CHILDERS, DAISY Slidell COGDELL, NANCY Crowell COLE, WELDON K rurn COMPERE, VERNA. Houston 2 BUSSARD, JAMES Elkhart, Ind. CAMP, HELEN MAE Blurn CAMPBELL, V. B. Winters CHILDRESS, LUCY Bellevue CLARK, ALIENE Pilot Point CLOUD, MARION Pittsburg Page 5 8 1--i111-1-1 I r Aw. I QQJJJJ ' Cox, GERALDINE Randolph CRADDOCK, W.ALLIs Spur CRAIN, DOLORES Denton CUNNINGIIAM, HASKELL Roxton CURRIE, CAROLINE Fort Worth DANIEL, MARGARET Atlanta DIXON, JAMES Grand Saline ELMORE, WAYLAND Nacona ESTES, CHARLES Denton Pa 59 uniors - tml ' if X A J jj N' lljllxl J CROUNSE, LURA Perrin CULWELL, OZELLE Bridgeport CUMMINGS, CLOVIS Denton DAUGHERTY, FRED H Dalhart DAVIS, LA RUE Chico DICKSON, ANNIE MAE Valley Mills Juniors r- l ESTES, MARGARET ELEANOR Denton FITZGERALD, CHRISTINE Teague FOOTE, CHARLES Denton GARDNER, MARY FRANCES Dallas GAY, MARCELLA Denton GOLDEN, J. C. Murray HAMILTON, JANE Rapid River, Mich. HAMMER, ERLINE Denton HARLOVV, VERDA F. h Los Angeles, Cal. F OREMAN, MOSELI, Hillsboro FORTE, RACHEL! M cKtnney FOSTER, CHARLES H. Oklahoma City, Okla. GREEN, MARY LEE Eustace HAMER, GRACE Graham HAMILTON, CLARK Dorchester Page eo --1-1-11 A HARMON, RUTII Britton HA RP, MAGGIIE Bairrl HARRIS, MAMYIE Grapevine VVILSON, ANNA BELL HERRON Denton HIGGINBOTIIAM, R. LOUIS Alvin HOLLINGSWORTH, MARY Aubrey HOUSTON, MAURICE Lewisville JARRATT, JAMES Gallatin JEANES, VELMA Maypearl Page 61 Juniors HAYES, ANICE Jllansjield HENDERSON, VIRGINIA Fort Worth HERRING, BERNICE Mineral Wells HOLMES, KATHRYN A nbrey HOUSEWRIGIAIT, RILEY Wylie HOUSEWRIGIIT, WILEY Wylie Juhiors I-1---F , JOHNSON, ELLEN Denton JOHNSON, HELEN McKinney JONES, ROSCOE Roxton KIRBY, LELA MAE Denton LAMB, EDWIN Bardwell LAUFER, HYMIE Dallas MATTI-IEWS, EVELYN Longview MEREDITH, MAY Cleburne MILLER, CHARLES Fort Worth KEITI-I, CHRISTINE A rlington KING, EDNA PEARL Hillsboro KING, FERDINAND Roanoke LINGO, SHIRLEY Denton LIVINGSTON, STELLA M egargel MALONE, BERNICE Frisco Page 62 Ne. MILLER, JACK Krurn MILLIGAN, NAOMI Celina MINNERLY, ALBADELL Denton MURPHY, VIVIAN Decatur MCALISTER, HARMON Quitrnan MCCURDY, VERA Bridgeport PARK, REBECCA Wichita Falls PARKER, LINNA Eldorado PEACOCK, SARA Sherman Page 63 Ut Juniors MOORE, BERT Denton MORIELAND, ZORA LEE Shive MORRISON, AGNES Denton MCDANIEL, Lois Gainesville MCKAUGHAN, LORENE Houston NORMAN, MARJORIE Blum J'U1'1i01'S I I PEDEN, MILDRED Hillsboro PETERMAN, RICHARD Aubrey PHINNEY, MARY ANNAS Fort Worth RICHARDSON, J. T. Rhorne RossoN, MARIE Frisco RUNNELS, M ILDRED Prairie Hill SEBASTIAN, GAYLE Rockwall SEMPLE, OMIE L. Bonham SHAW, VIRGIE M oran S SKILES, JOHN Denton SMITH, KATHLEEN Efiasville STEPHENS, HERSHEI. Bowie STRONG, MORRIS Farfnersville SWOPE, JAMES Bonham TALIAFERRO, MYRON Denton THOMAS, MITTIE Goodlett THOMASON, BEATRICE Haskell THOMPSON, OWEN Denton 1119 65 Juniors STEWART, CORNELIA FAYI A rlinglon STEWART, MARGARET N J acksboro STILES, MRS. LOUINL Cleburne TAYLOR, MILDRED Nevada THOMAS, FAY Goodlett THOMAS, LIELA Lamkin Juniors I TIDWELL, MARIE Denton TRAIL, MADONNA Forney TURNER, BERNICE Denton VERMILLION, BONNIE M cKinney VERNON, ERNESTINE Rockwall VIVION, FRED Sherman WILFONG, j. M. Sanger WILLIS, MARY McKinney WILSON, EUGENE Denton 2 UBBEN, ESTHER Denton UPSHAW, SARAH Stamford VAUGHN, CHARLOTTE Henrietta WAGGONER, DANNY Denton WARD, MORRIS Roanoke WI-IITEHEAD, WINDELI Denton Page 66 WILSON, GRACE Fort Worth WILSON, JULIA MARIE Denton WIRZ, ALBERT Seymour WRIGHT, JAMES Quitman WRIGHT, WELDON Justin YARBROUGH, TERRELL Idalou Page 6 7 J'UIli0l.'S X -'ll WOESTEMEYER, ADDISON Houston WOLF, GRACE Krum WOODRUM, J. B. Denton M ULLENS, TROY Denton ZERETZKE, ALBERT Denton isp: mu 1 1- -, S EA ,, . Z' ,,:,.. 6 irst ro essiona I:.'5g'Eg::-'M ,. ,, . ..,. "'-:. 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' 1' " '.Qf',i.,:'2f r...dr. 2 l""..l SHELBY PHILLIPS, President N CLAYTON POTTER, Secretary :1 S oplmomore C1358 0 HQCCIS - SUZANNE SWENSON, Vice-President I KATHERINE MEDDERS, Treasurer Pane 70 A ALLEN, ELEANOR IRENE Telephone ALLEN, IMOGENE Celina ALLEN, WILLIAM Keller BANKHEAD, LILLIE MAE Denton BASYE, FRANCES Grapevine BATES, ARA BELLE Gatesvllle BEVILL, GLENDA Denton BLACKBURN, FLORA Garland BLEWETT, EMERSON Denton Page 71 Soplmomores ..... . , -I ANDERSON, REGINALD A rlington ARLIDGE, PAUL, JR. Bonham BALL, RAYFORD Graham BEARD, GRADY Loving BENTLEY, NELL Whitesboro EVI L, ANNA MAR ,Dent n MJ I I , ff' l : I jj' BOOTH, VIRGINIA JANE Fort Worth Box, CLYDE Nevada I BRANTLY, AVA Newport Soplmomores I 1 1 BRIAN, MARIE Corpus Christi BROWN, KATIILYN Perrin BROWNING, EVELINE Browrzsboro ABUTLER, GWENDOLYN Krnrn BUTTS, JUSTIN Holliday BYRD, LILLIAN Mart CHITWOOD, MARY HELEN Haskell COBB, J. C. Iowa Park CAIJY, DoRoTIIv facksboro BUcfK, DOROTHY ROE St. Jo BURK, T. H. JR. Mabank BURTIS, NAN BETH F rankston CALVIERT, WILBUR Denton CARLISLE, ' ALMA Jacksboro CARTER, CI-IRISTINE Wichita Falls WM rj. CURBO, LOLA BELLE Denton DARNALL, MARGARET Denton DAVIS, HAZEL Breckenridge Pad 2 aff! .Y Alf ' ' D' ' 9 sophomores , I X X DILLOIQ, SUE Dallas DOUGLAS, AUDREY M cKinney! DOUGLAS, BONNIE LEE McKinney FLEMING, JACK Forney FOOTE, EDITH Denton GENTRY, ELLALOYCE Slaton X HARDESTY, LENA MAE Cresson HARRELL, LA VEDA 1 Lampasas , HAYES, VIRGINIA Lewisville Paye 73 'I ENGLISH, GRETCHEN Azle F ETTERLY, MARY ELIZABETH Baird FLANAGAN, MAURICE Denton GOODMAN, HAZEL M iUord GUGENHEIM, JOSEPH Denlon HARBOUR, DELL Iowa Park HENSLEE, U. D. Farmersville HERRON, FRANKLYN Dallas HINES, J. D. Grapevine SOPl'10m OICS I-r..:..-T-'-" 1 HOOKS, HAZEL North Carrollton, Miss. HOWELL, ROBERT Denton HUDSON, MAIDA Hamilton KINGSBURY, FREDRICK Denton KNIGHT, ROY Denton KOINER, JEWEL Denton LOWE, LOUISE Waxahachie LUKER, VERA F AVE Murchison MADDOX, WILLIS HENRY J Pittsburg JAMES, LOUISE Denton JONES, CHARLES L. Denton JONES, WILLIE W. Byers LAMB, JACK Bardwell LAMBERT, JIMMIE Alba LOFLAND, ALENE Roclawall MANTOOTH, EDDITH N. McKinney MARRIOTT, TRESSIE Denton MARTIN, LOUISE Anson Pads 74 ili-1-:l- - MARTIN, ALMA Olney MATHIS, HENRY E. Mansfield MEDDERS, KATHERINE Denton MILLER, PAULINE Denton MILI.ICAN, ADDIE Grapevine MORRIS, EARLENE Newport NAUGHTON, LILLIAN Waxahachie NELSON, GLADYS M cKinney , ORR,M : L' elfo RWWWWQQ , My WI SOPIIOIIIOPCS x MEEK, MARTHA E. Whltesboro MINSHEW, JERRY Dallas MERRITT, FLOYD M illsap MOTLEY, EILEEN Dallas MCCALL, INA JOHN Covington MCCLURE, ESTHER Omar OSWALD, BARBARA Dallas PEDEN, MARY C. Hillsboro PETERS, WILLIAM E. Shawnee, Okla. Sopllombres I- PIIILLIPS, SHELBY Grand Saline POTTER, CLAYTON Denton RAINEY, ADELE Eliasville REEVES. E. J. Handley RICHARDSON, JIM Mansfield RICKETTS, ROBERTA Denton ROGERS, OLETA Mart RUSHING, LUCIA Fort Worth SAUNDERS, CHARLES Denton ,ftftttifg Mn M W WOW l . RATLIFF, FRANCES Haskell RECTOR, KENNA MeCa1tley REPASS, MARY LEE Graham RINEY, JUANITA Pilot Point ROBERTS, EDNA Streetman ROGERS, JENNI45 D. Big Springs SELF, MELVIN Tonkawa, Okla. SHIPP, ANNELLE Newport SIIUIJIZ, LORENE Thalia Page 77 S S xx 1 . X 1 . , .J SIIUMAKER, CHARLES Denton SMITI-I, LUCIA Tyler STALLCUP, WELDON Celina STONE, MALCOLM Celina STRAIIAN, J. C- Arclter City SWENSON, SUZANNIE Denton TUNNELL, IRIS Colorado VEAZEY, HAROLD Van Alstyne WAITS1 QNA Corsieana Sop ' ores 1 I A , 1 4 J J ,f .' I ,I , 1 M6 ST. CLAIR, ELAINE Dallas STONE, ELOISE Decatur STONE, LA VERNE Burleson TAYLOR, CONNER Kemp TRUITT, FRANCES Denton TUNNELL, DOROTIIY Ben Wheeler VVATT, N OVELLA Kerens WEBB, ALTA Denton WILLIAMS, CHARLES ,f Midlothian 4,4 .fn- .Xff Wi 5- ff I' f C,.6.,',fL, 7X X 14 QCZQ' AA.,- , ' I ,fi X. 'FQ gffnlflf 44. ' . f". ' f - 1. 1 ,. 1' 1 C .V m , Ky I f AAA ff A, P,,f,f, I V , 1 SOPl'l0mOfeS I-1- WILLIAMS, WINNIE LEE Chillicothe WILLETT, HUBERT Tioga WILLIS, ALENE Roscoe WITTY, CLARA DEE Fort Worth ABERNATHY, BEELER Palo Pinto ANDERSON, DARWIN Cross Cut BROWN, HERMAN Denton BRYANT, ALTON Aubrey BUSH, FRED Denton 2 WILMETH, RALPH Ebony WILSON, BRYANT Cleburne WINN, ODESSA Edgewood ARMSTRONG, KENNETH Denton ARMSTRONG, TILDEN Elderville BAILEY, THOMAS DQ -if Dallas 4 ' "'-V. ,- 'JY6 r 'U' . ' , C Vaci? rg I , L -V W HL. 'ra . ' X Lf 1" . "A . 7,1-. 'A ' A.: a CHAMBERS, BILL McKinney CLEMENTS, ROBERT Gainesville CLINTON, FERN Sherman Pain' 78 Page 79 sophomores COOPER, FREDDIE Turkey Cox, CHARLES Denison Cox, MARY LOUISE Denton DAVIS, VIVIAN Weatherford DRENNAN, IRENE McCauley DROSIIIN, CECIL Lewisville FINCI-IER, CECELIA Boise City FLANERY, LUCILLE Celina FRANCIS, ILA JEAN M cKinney X ' '-TI COX, MADAI.IN Gladewater DAFFRON, RUTI-I Plano DANIEL, MARY V. Kerens EDSALL, N OLYN Denton EDWARDS, MARY FRANCES Aubrey ERWIN, DoRoTIIv Blum FRERICII, ALICE Littlefield GARRISON, FOSTER Denton GREEN, RUTH Bonham SOPl'l0D10rCS I' HEACKER, NORA Oliver Springs HICKMAN, DUKE Celina HOLOTIK, LODDIE Dallas KELLER, RUTH Denton KI INGLESMITII, VENDETTA Celina LANE, LORENE Prosper MALI,OW, AI.YNE Sanger MANTOOTII, ETHEL McKinney MAURICE, SARAH KATHERINE Mineral Wells 2 in S M ., Mfr 1 'Q f . li 1 JAGOE, JOE 'Denton JUSTIN, LAURA DELI. Vernon KELLER, MARY KATVE Denison LANGEORD, BERRY Bonita LANVIION, jo!-IN E. Llano MAGGARD, DAVE M idlolhian MEHAEEEY, ROBERT Clarksville MINGS, JNO. MASON Big Sandy MooRE, MRS. MAUDE Sl. Jo 1, fr 'Q L fp Q if, Page 80 W Soplmomores '- ww I il- .yl ,A , , J ' ' fl ,A ,uf .I ff' .z fl .W ,IJ f . U i A-fbi, ,, N , 'Pj VV' N4 HOAM ,A T , v 7 Y' 4, 1,1 all , JI X If f' I' xx' ' , W CI.:!1?R Y ll'LEN . lt, 5 afsa. I iq I ,Alb 1 ,f I OA, AN,, N' jf' f ,v'1' I I ' I , 1 I Mzf M ,, ,fv1"' l - TJ P1I7A2jI , :ILDRiED O! XV! I , If f A ry' l y f y- I fx J ENo,IfAU!AK . XA A V I N13 I I f sl ,uv gym, if , I R LDS, M eww Lv K5 ROGERS, DORIS L, L,-H fu Rf Sl. J 0 f I " Aj, ROSE, MozEI.LE ' 71 :EW Gladewater R' if RUSSELL, LUCILLE Whitesboro " , SCHRIMSHIRE, GAIL, Azle , SELBY. R. L., JR. Denton 5,55 N ,,L,i'mug15,yf:,:QL STEPHENSON, MOZELLE Muzzolhfan TERRELL, OPAL 'QTY Chandler X TINNIN, ELIZABETH Forney WATSON, IQATHERINE Lewisville - WHITE, BILL Knox City X WILMETI-I, LILLARD Ebony l Woons, BERNICE l Denton 'age SI 5 f m? 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Waelder ADAMS, RINNER MAE Malakoj ALSTON, ALLENE Reagan AVENT, WOODROW Rosebud BUTTON, HARPER Prosper BURDICK, JUANITA Graham BROWNING, EILEEN Athens BRAWNER, LA NETA Dallas BALLARD, HARLAN Britton STEPHENS, HELEN ANDERSON Bowie ANDREW, DOROTHY W. Pearl ARCHER, MARY Floresville BURDETTE, EVELYN Denton BROWNLEE, LEON Jacksboro BOWEN, HELEN LOUISE Gunter BALTZEGAR, NLNA BELLE Powell BA KER, Lois I tasea BARTON, ESTILL MAE Fort Worth A165 ' Ax . A sg 'mfg 1' , gr, Jil ii , Mr --TJ, .E I' vi ' v , M -flflt wi-f-mv, in 1 'AKAI' 4.11-' " I ,LEM . 'mtv 9:2- FTCSIIIRCH 2 I... BELLAH, BOBBIE Lone Oak BARNARD, EVELYN Denton BLACK, IMOGENE Quitrnan Boccs, HELEN Kaufman BODE, LENORA Fort Worth BOATWRIGIIT, VAN Baird BRAY, MARY Celina BRIDGES, MILDRED Henderson CAIN, GASTON P. Quitrnan -Y 9 ..v E Bovn, ONATA Eureka BOYD, JOHN, JR. Cleburne BOREN, RUTH Denton BRooIcsIIEAR, GARLAND Whitesboro BENTON, ADDIE BROWN M cKinney BRASWELL, ETHEL Blue Ridge CAssTEvENs, ELLA MAE Lillian CECIL, ROSEMARY Denton CIIURCIIWELL, LUTHER San Antonio Page 8 6 S CHURCHWELL, DOROTHY . Denton CLAYTON, LOLETA Van Alstyne COGDELL, BONNIE Crowell COMPERE, CLARA Houston CONLEE, R. C. ' Kilgore COOKSEY, BENNETT Denton CRISWVELL, JOHNNIE Forney CRISWELL, RUBY Forney CROCKETT, MAXINE Norton Page 8 7 FYCSIIIUCH -" 17 COLLIER, BEATRICE Vera COLLINS, MARTHA Streetman COLLINS, MARY Streetman COOPER, CAROLYN Denton CRADDOCK, MIRL Grand Saline CRISWELL, ADELAIDE Forney CROOK, YVONNE Van Alstyne CROUCH, DEBBIE Seymour CROUCH, LEROY Roanoke .41 ,, ,5. rg, f 'Y FrCSl'lm en r 2 CUMMINGS, ALPHA TIIIETA Alvarado CUNNINGHAM, JAMES Lewisville CUNNINGIIAM, PAULINE Gainesville DONNELL, ELOISE Murray DOUGLAS, FRANK B. Van Alslyne DOUGLAS, OPAL Van Alslyne . If-'jjj 28? W EDMONDSON, JESSEBELLE Dallas EDWARDS, WINSON Iraan EDWARDS, WILLIS J. l Vickery I L, DAVIS, GRACE Bremond IJILLARD, MARY GEORGIA Reagan DENTON, GRAYCE Quitrnan DUKE, DIXIE Burkbnrnetl DYER, WAYNEZ Carlton DYER, NOVICE Carlton ELDERS, GENEVA Mineral Wells ELKINS, FLORENCE Ernhouse ESTILL, REBEKAI-I Grapevine Page 8 8 S EVERETT, ATRELI, Wills Point FEATHERSTON, MARGIE Goldthwaite FENGOLIA, HENRY N ocona FOSTER, BURRIS Denton FOSTER, LINZE Woodson FRANCIS, ELLEN MARIE Tom Bean GILLESPIE, CATHERINE Perrin GLASGOW, MAXINE Henrietta GLENN, R. A. McKinney Page 89 F 136811111 CII FEW, WINETTA Midlothian FIKE, EVELYN Mart FORSE, JOHN B. Newton FROST, DOROTHY Sherman FUSTON, MARIE Cleburne GALLAHER, LOUVENIA Waco GLIDEWELL, MARY Graham GOODMAN, MILDRED M ertens GOSSETT, FRANCES M cKinney is A pf", , ,A ,. , ,fp I 111 Q P ,-at-'rg '45, Sq? . -mi . 'A -5, me W, 'mf QA 'SW LFICSIIIIICH ,I' GRAMMER, RICHARD Pittsburg GRAVES, MADELINE M cKfinney GRAY, EMMA JANE Dodd City ' GUILL, THEOLA M abank HALE, VIRGINIA M egargel HALL, EULA PEARL Tioga HARRIS, LOCKIE Emhouse HEI.MS, MILDRED Gunter HENSON, SAM Royse City l 11 GRAY, JOE F. Pilot Point GRIFFITH, PAULINE Alvord GRANDSTAFF, RUBY MAE Haskell HAMILTON, RENNIE Moran HANEY, F RANKIE Thalia HARRELL, IRENE Lampasas H1xsON, RUBY Abbott HOGUE, WAYNE T. Denton HOLDER, KATHENRY Dallas Page 90 K HOLLAND, BRYANT Midlothian HOLLOBOUGH, JUANITA Vera HOLLINGSWORTH, ERIN Leona HOYLE, AMY NELL Abbott HUBBARD, LURA Lancaster HUBBARD, MAUDIE Olney HUGHES, ELIZABETH Sanger IRBY, ALVIN Dallas ISBELL, DOROTHY M aypearl Page 9 1 :F1'CS1'11l'l C11 -fl HOOPER, EUGENE Itasca HORN, MILDRED M cK'inney HOUGH, EVELVN Jejerson HUFF, FLORENCE Iowa Park I-IUFHINES, LA RUE Graham HUGULEY, STUART Plano JAMES, MAEEL Jejerson JERNIGAN, JAMES Van Alstyne JOHNS, LORENZO Taft Freshmen I"u:"-"' 1 JONES, PAULINE Graham KEELING, THURMON Pittsburg KELLY, ODESSA Reagan ' KOONS, FRANCES Joshua LANE, POLLY Gainesville LANGFORD, WILMA Frankell LAYTON, ARVILLE Winnsboro LEWALLEN, GLADYS Blackwell LEWIS, ONETA Bardwell -1l.i.-, KIRKPATRICK, ANNIE B remand KINARD, MARY LOUISE Stamford KING, FAYE Celina LATTIMORE, MOTIE GRACE Frost LAUDERDALE, JOHN Wayland LAWLER, EVELYN Canton LITTLEJOHN, REVA LOIS Irene LOCKWOOD, JESSIE Corsicana LOELAND, DOROTHY Rockwall Paac 9 2 S LONG, ADELE Graham LONG, PAUL Corno LOVETTE, CECIL Denton MARTIN, GLADYS Marietta, Okla. MARTIN, LUCILLE Canton MASSEGEE, MARGARET Quanah MORAN, RUTH Azle MCBRIDE, LALA D. Copperas Cove MCCALLUM, W. 1. Trinidad Page 93 FTCSIIID CII - " l I LUMPKIN, LORENE J oy MANNING, MABI.l2 Dallas MARSHALL, ERIE Mansfield MELTON, GENEVA Colorado MILLER, OLETA Melissa MONTFORT, MABEL FAYE Corsicana MCCULLOUGII, MILDRED Plano MCDONALD, ROBERT C. Wylie MCFARLAND, HOLMAN Longview . FICSIIU1 en I MCKEE, ERNESTINE Archer City MCKINNEY, LLOYD Midland MCKINNEY, MILDRED Bellevue NAUGLE, PAUL Prosper NELSON, FLORENCE Eliasville N EWSOM, KATHLEEN Vernon OVERTON, DIXIE ORLEANE Crandall OWEN, RUBY T hrift PACE, MARY WILL Athens l vdfsA,,,,,fJc,aZ A Q,f,4..4.,4fYv'-""x' - f 'ifxffv If ,X ,,,,,e'-f 9.1 . 14,""' J,,.,' f f 1 1 '.faxV'4f?' ,ff--ff ' W' I , ,Y .1 1" ' I f ry P , . . , VLC. '-ff" ""f" .var .' If wuz, ob! l I! wifi!! 'M' f ivy! . , L if M' fj,..,,M JIHMNICLAUGHLIN, J. HOBERT Clearfield, Pa. MCMILLAN, NORMA ' Sherman MCREYNOLDS, ANNA Fort Worth NICIIOLS, NORMA Melissa NOTI.EY, VALERA Dallas OLIVER, IRIS Pilot Point PHILLIPS, BERNICE Graham PHILLIPS, CLIFFORD Grand Saline PHILLIPS, JUANITA Royse City Pace 94 Cx PINKERTON, MRS. MAURINE Covington PITTMAN, RUTI-I Childress PITTS, ELIZABETH Teague RAINS, LESLIE Corsicana RAINS, LINDEL Corsicana RANEY, CLYDE Alvord ROBERTS, ONETA A nson ROBERTSON, CATHERINE Denton ROBERTSON, IMOGENE Pilot Point Page 95 FTCSIIHI ell 'I POTEET, ESSIE Venus PRINE, FRANCES M art PRINE, KATHLEEN Mart - REID, CHRISTINE Dublin REYNOLDS, BENNIE SUE M art RIELLY, MARGARET Mart ROBERTSON, LUCIE MAE Denton ROE, NAOMI Seymour ROPER, TYRA Shannon Freshmen I ROSE, VIRGINIA EARL Fort Worth ROSENBURG, ZULENE Decatur RUSSELL, ERNESTINE Wylie SELF, ONA Denton SHAVER, R. J. Bellevue SHAWN, JAMES LLOYD Vineyard SMITH, ALICE Batson SMITH, CLOTHIELD Edgewood SMITH, JEWELL Olney 2 RUSSELL, WEBSTER Breckenridge SANDERS, MARY BETH Joinerville SCHNEIDER, CLARA Mart SIDES, MAEDELL Grand Saline SIDES, VELMA Canton SINGLETON, SYBIL Venus SMITH, S. EDM UND Milford, Utah SMITH, LEORA Jacksboro SMITH, MARY LEE Kaufman Pane 9 6 SMITH, LETTIE Eliasville SMITH, RALPH Denton SMITH, RUBY Crowell SPLAWN, NELLIE Bardwell SPORTSMAN, EDNA M cKinney SPRADLEY, LOUISE Rockwall STOCKTON, BEATRICE Petrolfia STOVALL, LELAND Thalla STOWERS, WILLIS LLOYD . Whitewright Page 97 FICSIIID CH A 1 1 l SMITH, RUTII Crowell SORRELS, LESLIE Ennis SPELL, jov Cleburne SPRINGER, PAUL Kalgary STHED, JACK Canton STEWART, MINNIE Lake Dallas STRONG, MADGE Farrnersville SUTTON, WILLARD Bardwell SWINDALL, EMMALEN1: Bangs :F1'ESl'1IIl CII I" THOMAS, MAY BELLE Maypearl THURMAN, INA LOUISE Denton THUT, GEORGIA Grapevine USELTON, PETE Bonita VANCE, PAUL Cimarron, N. M. VAN NORMAN, ELEANCSR Marshall VITZ, RUTH Denton WADE, LILLIAN Rockwall WALLACE, CAROL Paradise 2 TOSCH, F REDNA Forney TOUCHSTONE, N. H. A nson TUNNELL, GRACE Grand Saline VAUGI-IN, LA VETA Vineyard VICK, JUNE Graham V1Tz, JANE Denton WARD, JIMMIE Midlothian WARREN, SEWELL Frisco WATKINS, RUPERT Holliday Paac 98 S WATSON, EDNA LEE M ansjield WELCH, MRS. MAURINE Gilliland WELLER, MARTIIA Malakoj WILLIAMS, MARGARET ANN Chisholm WILLISON, HELEN Denton WILMETH, BERNICE Ebony WOODS, JOYCE Alba WYLIE, VELMA Fort Worth YATES, RAYMOND Hawkins Page 99 FICSLUI en WHITLEY, FONDELL Pilot Point WHITT, MELVIN Blue Ridge WILDER, LENA ' M art WILSON, MARY ELOISE Cleburne WILSON, MARY HETTIE Grand Saline WOOD, CATHRYNE Ennis YARBROUOII, FREDA Denton ZUBER, LA VERNE Newport BUSSARD, ROBERT E. El Paso 1F1'CSl'lIIleI1 I' BALL, DAISY Spur BARNES, KATHRYN Denton BILDERBACK, O'DELL Celina CARTER, BOEBYE Denton CAVINESS, RUBY Whitesboro CHATHAM, LOUISE Lott DAVIS, WARREN Albany DENDY, EDITH Dallas DOUGLAS, CLEMMIE B. Farmersville l 1 ,wal QW BLANKENSHIP, OLA Wills Point BOGARD, ROY MACK Rochester BREWER, DOUGLASS Celina CHRISTIANSON, AGNES Hamilton CLARK, ALLEN Celina CLARK, MAURINE Mineola -Z L , jd fin J KM Q7 Jff'f..t A gone M Z-gf Ag jj Denton Pan 0 S HAYNES, SMITH Big Sandy HIGHT, LOIs Guthrie HURST, ELLISON Grapevine JOHNSON, MARIE Denton KING, MORRISON OTIs Denton . KLUTTS, JOSEPIIINE Chisholm MCDONALD, EMOGENE Dorchester MCWILLIAMS, LELA Sanger NEAL, GEORGE Denton Page 101 F 1'eS1'lIU CII 'I HUTCI-IESON, GEORGE Denton HUTTON, DEANB Truscott JACKSON, MARGARET Westbrook MANNING, JAMES H. 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" :1...',,.- -is,-:fr-,'-..g ,wif r, f..1s-zfgwic . --2 'F ,ref . g' ff: fem 2-,few ?t1:r::1at-P F3i'7.1i'i ' Liao ,' f.-If ,Lff-2. 135. 219 "A?f1i,7".i-'gs 525:11 . :ee ., , , sayziim etzfif . wif.,-:iz 'iff iz-if i- ag g li il ' The younger Skiles slipped this une in. You never saw this place so clean before. One of those camera illu- SIOHS. A quick three-minute resume for that government exam. We never realized that Dur- ham had such sex appeal. He came out here to study. Yeah? , Instructors evidently object l to courting inside. A reversal of traditional form, the modern tendency toward co-operative effort is wide-spread. Unlike this monastic re- cluse Cwhose stogie evidently is pinch-hitting for companion- shipj the majority of undergraduates today find preparation for tomorrow's recitation. Those mid-terms next month pro- gress infinitely faster and more pleasantly when two shoulders are at the wheel, or the book, as the case is here. CPreferably, one male shoulder and one female shoulderj The difficulties of registration often seem insolvable to the perspiring scholar who fain would enroll but discovers that more than the wish is necessary, as was the case with this not un- imaginative youth. Registrars many times reject our most brilliant proposals because they run counter to some rule made without even consulting us and apparently having no reason- able basis. In the end most of us discover thatit is best to com- ply with the regulations plainly printed in the catalogue and on the schedules as these wise students below are doing. 11,0 3,-I QQ? 'J 15 X P37 1. "1-if xi -vm .- iw- 2 V . .., ,' 'g Qyifi' 5,0 w Y "Miki-ii'y, -.11 Y -My N-P. as sg? tw l -' i'-fitf i 1 -KM,-5'i in il' .'-f" R'93'5 33' -2-1. .iv-timselrf' l ,' ' ' .,-ss' Ni 1-.12 f z ' l '0 ' . 347151 f-. 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W J If - f'-CICS' , - , f , ff 1 Is there no place sacred to L these wooers? Spring has come, Tru lu! A sporting proposition. . v Puri was just telling the dam- sel that, honest, the show down- town ain't a bit good. Hc's handy with the women. .... Because of the secluded life which convention enforced on the women of old Spain, it was necessary for swains to adopt this means of wooing. Modern eollegiates have made more forth- right methods fashionable. Above you see a number of repre- sentative examples of emancipated women in company with their respective escorts. The spacious lawns, convenient steps, and invitingly secluded nooks of the College campus are favorite resorts of couples stricken with that mysterious malady known as the HS. A." Don Juan de Ramey and an- At Oxford and while prepping at the great English Public Schools, students of Great Britain were wont to hre up their trusty and roomy meerschaums which were good for even an all-night "sesh." In the modern and attractive boarding- houses which cluster close round the campus of the College no such fumigators are necessary though the "sesh" is as popular as ever with opportunities for stimulation many times multi- plied. Une of the curses of modern civilization, though harmless looking enough. Cleanliness is ...... These high veran- dahs which give you that "up-in-the-air" feeling. More tom- foolery at the Band-House. -N1 ' P' ' 'iifllfi-'-f-L " fy ff Ng Tix , .,,,,,,:.gr3,.f:,.?'V'Q3w.ig-.1 1, 0 ,, wa, Vw, I 3 :,. ., TE"-1 'ff ifafifilii r'?:'fH.f'- -. 'lord' E1 ., ff' , P Na M 41 Ax bqyx . ,.a..,.g1.-.. 1' x 7 ...M fmiillgw 5 M th ..n35-3-,,i5 5.iii ' " 3 by V WE X' an 1- ft Mft'-Sa -ern f xi. 5.vE,'?g'f' , 134, QTvr',f29' clfffvfpv 'lvl JW m'4.l'?v if 'fy .,"'n- :-""'5r"sw If iw 09"'1ll?3'..+...w.vG.a .A -. A 'iv-E' -C .. ov.. , , Q.,-."r1S.:w,z . ., W , - 1 ei frm-Z if e-1 f ., . - :F-,?Z"fgG2' ff -- 1-9 'kwa-5 .rl 2-ii 6.1 '1:'.4.fQ:.' 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An infernal machine. Reading from left to right: Mutt, jeff, Harold Lloyd, and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit. if r A '71 ANIS uE:sDA I2.'5 To srnne, it's the "City t'ollc-ga-s"g to others, it's a pleasure resort: and to still others, it's il last resort. 7"-N 1 This thnxnhi-r would have ""f"'ffn hem-r lurk if his do' didn't 4' ingly ...... Yeah, l1e's n fresllnlang he hnd the nunn-y lor train fare. people. .Nr ' L Li-l.'s hi-lp this fellow move in, hnysg ht-'s bringing a truck- ful of clothes. XVith some, il's "Tn Denton hv Mus", hut to most, it's "'Denton or l4nst". The attraction in the enr is 'j L9f ,3X!i, symawi "" f 'IV ' "'f"'W " . J., , ' -A - . ,gl , by ,Nom-, , " . 5,13-1 . ,. ff ffft214335'fT?f?2fJ2Yfff .1 is - 'f ,X 1 gg, 1 K ' ... i A Ml '-. A 'K Y'1w2f-r-a2'i'JAr... uxliw , .. . D F I, fig!-f L ""s:?v? . - A ' ' -, , ,z,,,+ G ,Q-Sli 1, f'?f A R ' f'. +519-" 1, , - ' - J' . if A-fa+:1gfs , ' f 'K , Us G53 .3 ..:,-"IH LL .thy . 5 Av-T1 up ki ifmlgq 1 ' ll ffm b i ,. if J ,Q . ...M ,, A :Law -ZUJI Mr. Iiclwnrds, of liclwards and lfriekey, with free cigars and rlgarettes. In the old days when Ralneses and Herod ruled the desert, students came from afar even as the Three XVise Men e- -Q-' en camel-for study at the great universityof Alexandria. Bringing their earthly possessions atop the great hump-hacked ships of the deserts, they made forth-right' attacks upon the Citadels of learning, which even in those days appeared inlpregnahle and almost impossible of attainment. Pyramids and oases, shifting sand dunes and date palms served as landmarks instead of the water towers, telegraph poles, depots and farm houses of today. Then, as now, ohstaeles of transportation, no matter how diihcult, were overcome by the students eager for knowledge. V , ls seein lu be looking so search- No, it's not a passenger train at least, not to most just l lot o truck. nn L 1 him a chance to L impus Manicurists. l ircman save my child. What the well-dressed man will bare this summer. A bunch of false alarms. lhis trip ended on the rocks. Like many students now, scholars of other ages found it necessary to engage in some form of labor to finance their way through school. This youth will have a busy time removing soot and grime from his anatomy before attending the All- College Minuet on the town square tonight. fAn art student, he is able to use his brush in more ways than one.j Today the scope for undergraduate laborers has been enlarged until stu- dent employees of the N. T. S. T. C. campus include firemen, "landscape gardeners," and laboratory assistants. QBelowj. , go sf! w -, "Stv"ff'n-sq -I--af WW mam Iu.n.Yi1 Agn A 'A Cs uw NN r K' se' is i f Q., 1- Y. QQ SW.. I me "N " Krew 'U - 'W' U'IbI'lLf-7""'fl'1fi?REazZ' -S L .. 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There is a pervading spirit of good fellow-ship, an attitude of friendship for all, present on the North Texas State Teachers College campus that makes common such scenes as these above. NK hy not make a party of it? A rather distant greeting There must be free ham burgers around somewhere Aw, come on, ltt s nuke the The Grst. liar h'1sn l a chance They're trying to locate tht Seated at the piano, an old master evokes the strains of the immortal Beethoven or Handel, that no facet of his pupils' characters may remain undeveloped. Ur perhaps it is a pre- lude for just such a production from which the dramatic scene below was taken. Music knows no boundary lines, and col- lege men of Texas make excellent Spanish chorus singers as anyone in the audience that clay can testify. 421.111 This is the original "Coolmax" band. And does this hunch get hot on "No, john"l I It's an ill wind that blows into most. saxuphones. If you'll promise to take Nellie off our lmnds, we'll give you the farm, by crackyl '1'hcy're learning to throw the bull. ,I ', x - J 1, ' . .- X ' If ' f K . And then there was the flag- pole sitter who died and had to be brought down to half mast. .nzlnsnsaafq-V. A3114 - i .lla I.. I . f . ,. f "ei, i,-yarn," M' . V iw iv' 4-:Ji-aww. ' S 'gf'-v---aus,-. in L, 1i"f"f, wt- '1:':i-,ff a,s2,',w7:gfeg?'f-Zig , '---M-.u.,. A f sf W , W lp-fl, ' 1 . "f'a""L+-Q., ia.....a,.-,., get bm-at. Ilold 'cr, Nc-wt! Number, please. stand at night. Early Rugby players at a tense moment in the game, ex- cited as they must have become over these clashes that were precursors to modern football, spectators, fans, and hangers-on would never have the imagination of present student-bodies. In spite of such modern appliances as time-keepers CCoty and Carlj, radio amplifying set and announcer complete, bleachers, rail transportation, and padded pants, the game retains its thrilling bodily conflict-see snapshot of stricken gladiator above-which originally gave it such great appeal. Coty is also at good bon kceperg just ask Lhm hbrirnn They czunc a "fur pitu, to Whatanmn piles 'em up Proving to the cnmpu-. thit tht-y'rc football playtr-x Tlit-re's sonn- mighty nlci dark corners in thit grind Mr X Lrhy's office. The resting stage. A oxular resort on Fresh- Around the grounds. BL tween classes. Sidewalk promenade. Freshmen at Pisa towards the first of their initial college year were often seen fleeing from the vicinity of the famous tower. The dern thing does look dangerous. An average of 100 first- year men fall into the fish pond each autumn, 'either voluntarily or when pressure is put upon them. The open-air theatre is Grecian in every line. The long hedge-lined walks give an old- world atmosphere to the campus. if-iv rfzza-4-w-f'f'e3:is '1f.::'ff":'i.-6915? ' 'I WL - ,5r+l:, V' ' 5, P., 1--H ""' 4 -'-?'frM .4' .' .- ...r , ,, . L Hg i , ,.,. ' "J-1 Norah-1 A l J 1 I I IU- . , 5 1 'W 5 'fry .Mini 'xg ai-gr. Y fwui fu ffm ii liialixi-7fi7.?i. I Y 'EU 0 f or il x.-i ,. ,flip -my W., X.. fvlll-5-:fha 1 "'ia.f3!tx 6' X A it ,y a-5-:vig . ' :lf ii., -'fi-J-2-1 1: . 4 K I-:Yagi r 'mg ' sv, 1. 55381 - ' Efffz5i'I1lk" ,Kr race.: ' V 'G Q wif. ' t 51-fem, fi, 0-.1i'.'Z4e'Eg1q-f , -E'.1.iCil,Q'.1Q.a1i. 3 QQ l I I XVh:it! No elu-ek? Doc says the depression with him is ar. pretty deep hule. And do you see the beautiful new autolnohile in the back- . ground? NVvIl, aintvha got no eredick? Don't pull out a sack of Dur- ham in front of this bunch. Who is that guy on the right :myhowr NV:-'d like to meet him. The picture of prosperity Csuctionl. Sandy said his best plaid kilties were worth at least enough to pay for two admittances to the Highland Fling come Satur- day. But pawnhrokers' hearts were often as hard as the pater's just after cotton has fallen off ten or twelve cents when, as any one can tell you today, there's no point to opening a letter ex- cept to Gnd out whether old Minnie, the family hack horse, did die with the .,croup. Various pre-Happen' era models are disin- terred from ure junk pile to be put back in service again by enter- prising college youths. Drug stores are hard hit these days, as well as cigarette merchants. Who gets all that mail uny- how? In the days when the "great games" were held at Rome, the "chariot races" and "lrIur's AralJians," or "Horatio's Spanish team" were on everyone's tongues. Today, it is the " Commerce game," that "hard-hitting Trinity back," or "Nacogcloches' great center"'that monopolize the lime-light. A good-natured bunch of old grads always turn up for that Homecoming Game in November, and, frequently, the occupants of several boy's boarding houses attend out-of-town games en masse. Look ont, Commerce! Denton rliselnharlrs. C'I'he majority will arrive later on the fl'Clglll.D - l I Fight, fer Alum Mammyl Prexy Lakes the witness stand. ,"And no hitting in the clinches." It's ugin the rules. They came by rail-Qancl will probably leave on one. l -': 5, EEWARD DCdclURAllrb 'if Tu- Vvcta 6 7' UIIIOJ 1213 l. - , -rffffr' i ' at ..4 - ,,W.z+-- . .. ,. Studio artillery. He ought to find something with all that finder. llot from the press. YU 7 This one packed 'em in. The king and his harem. BFTLAEMINHIC Soda jerker und journalist dr- luxe--11 heckuvn guy. ix So th:1t's the waxy he got like i 'f that! KP. his dad used to rifle one of those. It runs in the fnmilyh. n -IN, x 'X ok Flowers are getting cheaper: ,F a you can tind punsies almost anywhere. The power of the press. ,dst A4 A news hound czitehes the scent. Two heads close together, the moon coming over the lake, a portable grinding away, and like as not there's a Chat Re- porter concealed in the shrubbery. lf one of the pesky, nosey creatures isn't there, how do they get all that stuff that goes into the Dirt Dobber's column. They can't guess that good! Yucca staff members are always great pals. Oh my yes! You'd be surprised at the number of assistant editors on this campus. Two or three freshmen learned what the Avesla was this year, and the business manager of publications did if pos- sible even less than previous holders of the office, while that Chat head succeeded in learning to ride a bicycle during fall term. CHe's taking up the zither next.J Must. he free Lily Cup sinlplcs. Coming or going - "No parkiin.:"-but who bv- licvvs in signs? Helter put on your hip boots before joining n session like this. Home, Jamesl Going west? Believe it or not, they're WHIUIUZ for Il street car. That lump in his check d0esn'L menn mumps. The Student Prince, in his Heidelberg days, found that all work and no play did not lead to the good, the true, and the beautiful, therefore, with his good friend, the liootblack, he found solace and cheer in the bier, frauen, und lied. Today all the little student princelings forget their Business Administra- tion and such-like in Lily Cuh-hups, skirts, and that health- destroying indulgence of loaling. Sweaters and jackets have replaced the gold-braided coatsg swords have given away to strap-watchesg and the dear frcmleins have come into the open. But it is still " Drink, drink, drink to her eyes!" and other tunes reminiscent of Hdeah ol' Maine!" :H-'ig--A ff. , . .-.. , V ,H In-rr ' , . "Emi-A :bt-355.3-A - of ,5,,:,,.,a5 133.5 ji- r IW" "' NBDILINQA -4-5-LEG? .-,, X , .,. -,., Q, Y ...M . 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Nu wnnih-r Cuinpustry is :L pupuliir course. M2lClllllllSC containing hoorl- hun hnnrl. I., , F X., ... It ,,. A ' 'fm' ,f-4fr . 1 y 'Q , . if --.,1. I " 4 -f . A ,V . .. , " un f '. 'fi A . 4' 'iw 1.f,:af-fn.f.:'f ""' we ,f. x:' 1 "b?f1aE'ig:3i.'A A "M ?,Y:a.,-Q? -5 . .,,f'f '- 4523: ',.'-ff,','f'ir:,g2f : 'f, curing' Ox O ,N Iss . qc..-u1, -44 ' Fr- , f' 2.':1ijiuT' "'-'me N. I , 1 , X ' .' : .wg - J -1 ' .ip-.3.-Vg.. , xg --. ' ' il xl?A"3' , wi' . ii , "v'.',r-" -,q...j7 wi Q ,mf':-was NUS-' , :Qu-g., -.Ll '- ':-.:::. . w,...e N fgfb- in g 1 x, Q qi ... Oak-sliaded frame houses, auto-liuecl streets, hrozicl vistas of Zl grassy campus are ai fur cry from the crude conditions pre- vailing in frontier times. Now stars, sun, and moon are stucliecl through the telescope on heziutifully lzuiclscnperl territory where once the Indian shaded his eyes to perceive smoke signals in the distance. Modern hrielc and frame structures contribute to the up-and-coming aspect of this college town. ' A When "Memoirs of a T. C. Night Watchman" comes off the press several hitherto happy marriages and many incipient romances will undoubtedly be rudely shattered, for the gum-shoe- men could hardly find a richer held for their under-cover ma- lnoeuvers than the campus of the College. Rivals even of the omnipotent movements of the night official force are the Yucca camera men who can be seen here at their favorite sport, key- hole and transom peeping. Occasionally they must rest from such arduous labors or even engage in conversations with fair admirers. Some of the fruits of their labors appear on this page-dramatic club activity-upperclassmen doing their duty by freshmen-the library steps-over the top-and the New Mexico colony "Fritz," "Trixie," Calias Theresaj and Paul. Skiles and Skilesg Incorpg delight of T. C. Co-eds. I Representing a freshman's troubled dream. N Ylrsl Nlllxl 1 r Lmfmcw lim hh Llvrwut Typical groups on the T. C. campus. Winter in one corner and spring in the other. Lumpkin and Rish charac- teristically employed. The omnipresent photogra- Dhers take a minute off. Over the top-. ,..v'4" R .Inverted image nl a Slim:-s trial. gs X I X Q. X Y - I A ' gh: ,-1 Q- ' 1522. 1 Y Lir- aew . 0 . ' gfmsvref - Q, if 4' L r-.alilk-,M 4 ' WHY r . A fqg: 2 , fl x H, -A f 6 . ' L- " .ll '73 +l-Jilin r 5. Q .-5, .i, in fs. ljljlunwflpl., 5 L21 V L,..',, qi- fig? gifzifugtfzeif-fat i Us :vs-. ' ,- sf' ,1:'.,f,f-1.5m-34 1-' ff ji ---.-Phu. , 5-f J.. 2. , A. ,. 4-. . -miicgkisgci , 652 ' . auto l P- We W ' 'Wifi' Q 2 . 41 Y ' 1 W' vw- , 4' Those shovels get to working when thi' pre-sich-nt is looking on. Evizlc-ner-s of lnhor. fThe luhfmrers are behind those bushus tnking n siestnj "57 varieties." Turning over u new leuf. This is the mam who keeps our library steps clean. Gym gnnrrlinns. Onr pol! Two hluck crows play "Jack zxnd1ill." Napoleon would rest much easier in his grave if he knew that he was the means of innumerable studes working their way through school hy dusting his busts. VVashing monuments isn't the only way students help pay their fees, they often be- come adept leaves-shovellers-up. It seems that the Preside:1t's idea of campustry does not correspond with that of an undergrad. The working crew, in spite of its hours of toil, is quite an artistic one with its various colors and symbols. The exam papers go into one can and the student into 1l.IlOtl1Cl' -fb-Ctlle one at the curb by the fire plugl. Sometimes the car is pointed for the lake where row-boating is a great sport, and sometimes, it is headed for nowhere ill particular. lVho wouldn't exchange those blue hooks for a chance to loaf anywhere, in front of the drug store, the Gross House, so it's honest lOZlflllg'll2'l.VC her picture taken by the handsome camera Hlilll, render the Moonlight Sonata on the trombone, or follow the elusive and fzlseillzllillg little white ball. Boating is not the only lake- slde diversion. Many of our fl-lllzllv grad- llllu-s zlrl- workillg girls: the llllCll'l'1.Zl'illl:4 are still working lncll. . 'ENEQTXXNG llite-llllls, by gosh! No smoke -uma! Tile lJllZZflTCl must. xvlltll Profl-ssor Pl-ndvr rlllrl f-l0VCl'llll'lCIll class. A dog's life. Smile for the nize Cilllltffil man, honey. Slide, Kelly, slide! S-.Ns-M They "don'l. have time" to study. -.:"""'--r-A long to the ultra-snmrt set. I'ut,Ling his be:-it foot forwnrrl. T. Cfs snmllr-sv. freshman helps out. And 1Iou'L forum-t the tele- phone l1llil'llDl'l'. Ou the spot. An :umtomy expert iloi-s his slnl'I'. l"I't'b4llIIlZlIl fiililllllnlll, netiny.: betLel'. This is thi- innocent fresh- , man who woulcIn'l. study fruc- tions lN'l'illlSL' some of them are K improper. 7'-'iw Y., , QW MW! ,- -" 'lf-:G c1':"'f-?-'i.'W-- "fs """11k'c .- - .?5wf'x'f'-""-- '-"A law! :XJ "' 'W Z-3n'5f+i , "xv: Wi" ' ,vrwW43,,'1 f l 0 Gini' f ff an " '7 IJ! lo I VX ' Q 4 43" 41 L" kg x ,.,, cr-A '71 e ni-Nl Wg-,PWJ emo 'gf rg, wr 9, A 9, , Ji?-as 'W f 'C gm f 1' 1 ,171 ",1gt'qWif5'-V' ,Q '.Q,,f,L5,i,:4r,?fyi,4 il-'QW X , ,:. . ,X ,511 : "" i9if, .. if V ., - 4,4 ,i,,,,ff ,gy N ' Q '- . 'la " X i-.fm--2 -'C xii... , -" X X - l ,iw s'-A' 'l-1. 1 M 'W - . 'L , ,ef Ji ,t, , ,i - . -ii 47, ,ug +V .1 :K H .. f i . 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This fre-simian will soon hi-- by proxy, goes Rozng-o one 'l'his foresightecl and serious minded youth is evidently a hoy scout graduate. Similar strategies, in many cases even more outlandish, were utilized hy these proud and happy seniors seen here strutting their swan song. In many instances a more strict adherence to convention would have precluded their taking places in that gowned and square-hatted line. And when these old grads shown helow get started on their student days, especially when they have something to whittle on-you had hetter pick up your jacks and dolls, for you won't stand a chance. T. F. exes are usually outstanding in this iield and the two lmelow who 'came hack' are no exceptions. A real Ph. ll., one extension director, a math instructor, and a dean-not a had catch, cameraman. The eyuosurc ol' envious eyes. Showing m-IT. '1'lu:y've lu-ard every alibi conceivable by the student mind. Eagle strategy iu the process of formulation. . The long arm of the ltlxteus- ion Department. Q .lilirk Johnson Knot the prize hghterl. The Dt-un usually ulumurvs for an good-looking secretary- it may he coincidence. 314 5 Ai sta Guy and two other guys. T. C.'s family circle. ' wfifd' ' XVQ weren't supposed to understand relativity. but this ln-re technocracy now-" "XVhen good fellows get to- gcth0r." llc-up big lnjun chief. .vm 1, . k , of - ff' -',. Another victim in the Skilcs- Swcnsou web. Vertical view. The morning after the night bi-fore. Some-bocly's gift to Dentou's fair sex. NVith cigars Knot two-fors either, but whole hve centersl in their mouths and a sheepskin apiece clutched in ample lists, these two graduates can afford to adopt those supercilious airs. But wait 'till they apply for jobs. Three men of big standing. The most representative senior and the only real American senior. These girls would be fair if they were sub-college stu- dents. Even those dumb publications men qualify for senior standing after so long a time. After you've filled out one of those degree plans, this is what you feel like doing. Even as the matador whose trusty blade is sliding harmlessly between the horns of the aroused toro in the vartoozi, the stu- dents must pause periodivally in their dangerous pursuits for a bit of recreation, or else grow stale. Parades are first rate for creating lulls in the learning process. Posing for the camera man, making football trips, doing absolutely nothing, and en- gaging in nonsensical stunts as illustratedrfall are about equally regenerative. 1-t1f.P 'V S.- r Jz,,,n-- 0 its wr Q N U7 rv ww, . , S q Ik rrtrh V, 0+ A55 wwe lan' p 4. if we 4 'Q' - .,- . - 11.- . , , .1 ,,...s,t M -i oi, 1 905' . A ?i'1f?gfjP'n2il,.' v- A , r, V . 1, . ,,. 4 . 'Q315?,?ff.y,,'-fi? '- 4 'S,1L'zi3V '.4',f.r1.f ,'--4, L, I ' ,. ' , ',- -: -14' -fl.. ,.. 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A fish takes the bait. kai -AYA gpjmwiaf, ga N-4Nl'g"5 Y 5. ,riff if hh -te 5 si, 'iaaip' gif A 'P "" fy ini l V 5 ' -cr' iiibfntrl '1-.'..'.,i4"' ' 0'+..1., -1, ii' in fa"f'1 " f ..f-diff' f" .. ii y ,Q-im 53 , it Nw ll' f Ill il ' + ' ff' lill 'fit' gg: wi il rl f ' W I A G me .V , .5 .,. u. '- -iff r :VD iii -K . ., ...Sim .v.:. -.. Q . I'-.ff . .- 1-. ...fs 1 20? .,.,f,.. .AL ,-.,3,.4 lx A . Q ' 'Q " 54m,, Oh, for the life of a horse! Looks like we all made this one. 'A Denton enters the Lion's den. A royal flush. Sb-fb'- ar , iffa 'f'Q3,v WE - - .-...mJ:,:a... One of the most ancient of the arts is still the most popular on the T. C. campus. Sir Beverly Gaylord importunes Patricia Baltimore to honor him with this minuet. One of the idyllic moments in college life-illustrated. No, horses-associations are not yet extinct in Denton. The Harriss Gym is after all the best place for this kind of thing. A real king and queen. When we go invading-Commerce. I 1, W, T116 CYICCII ROOHI The Grew R00m..g1,g inner Sflilgtuill of the theatre. Its 'walls are lined with Pictures of the Learling Ladiesg its desks are scattered with 5612116 D6-Y1fg?l5,' 071 0 H1613 W Ulf' CUVHW M11-WC Smtlll-9 packed to the ce1'l'1fug,' Newspaper clippings adorn the cattboardf Scrapbooks keep a permanent recorrt of the Plays in pictures and ivrttirlgs. Here Debates are held between Pf0!b1lCl'If07I manager and director. I dtin g Actors tazity roam through the Museum fy' costumes and sets. Whispers as to the casting of Stellar Rolex circle about the room .... The Green Room-the Living Theatre. 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H Q x j,. L-5:52, Z""31,A .V Q A 1 - ' , ,, ' t -' 4.,Kgg"N'4fi.,gu,.'Q, ,-K., M , - 'x'1-5:-'?iffT'Q. '-iJ'A-grin ' QL3'--p:,, , Q-Q65 ix lvl:-73-I-.2j3::1, ein.: ' li gai"2 -5:-" P 'f-gf' A . h V ,if pf - .b ,. 1 gf: Ifg f 1 A , . A . i Pa .. ,,,, .. ,,.., .4 ,f,.4. -,Q ,51,.ff..41 ,,,,g93 ',..y,,- ,,,,,f,,5Af 5,g:,'J-fw,Q.:E?i.: Q? gig? I FEDRIGO CAMPORA, Editor JOHN B. SKILES, Associate Editor TH1zREsA Sc.-WARDA, Assistant Editor T116 Yucca Another set of galley chains have been struck off 3 another exhibit of the annual struggle against the elements of time, space, and inexperience has made its debut. The midnight light fiickers, and it is with both relief and regret that this page is written. Relief that the brow-beating whip of voluntary ser- vices is frazzling outg regret that this page has yet to be written. The 1933 Yucca was compiled with the purpose of gleaning and holding something of the past, thus creating a mirror so constructed that the student body may look into it and see a true reflection of student life. Griginality has been at a bargain dur- ing these times of the mildest "boom," and we have sought it. In this the staff has endeavored to give the student body the best Yuccag hence it is with no apologies that this work is offered. Whatever the defects that appear may be best realized by the members of the staff, who are thoroughly acquainted with the task, and who have worked in complete co- operation. On the other hand, if you, after striving above the range of human power, still got your picture in the space allotted to some one else: if you are one who paid for your picture, and can not find it in the annual: if you are not a Sophomore, and yet find yourself in that section you can justly censure the staff: but if you are not one of those whose name simply refuses to be spelled correctly even with the aid of the student directory and glossary: if you are not one who failed to fill out properly the studio cardg if you are not one of those,-then you can view this edition of the Yucca with an open mind. For every word said on these pages there are many more to be said about the activities and events on the campus. For every picture there are many more that would reflect pleasant personalities and vivid incidents. If the staff has, in addition, interpreted something of the campus life, the athletic field: some- thing of the good and of the difficult-in brief, some- thing that in the years to come will recall to you the 1932-1933 year, then the staff has achieved its motive, and with no further comment offers this, the twenty- seventh issue of the Yucca. Before doing so, however, we express our ap- preciation for the services of Miss Virginia Haile who, in the capacity of faculty sponsor, has rendered unfailing and continuous constructive council. THE EDITOR. Page 128 1955 Reviewing Yucca Staff- F EDRIGO CAMPORA . JOHN B. SKILES TIIERESA SCAVARDA . VIRGINIA HAILE AMOS BARKSDALE ' Editor-in- Chief A ssociate Editor A ssistant Editor Faculty Sponsors Departmental Editors LITERARY BERTRAND HEFLIN . . . Editor GUY MCNIEL . . . . . Assistant ART JERRY MINSHEW WILLIS MADDOX CLASSES PAUL VANCE .... Editor FRANCES GOSSETT . . Assistant CHARLES FOOTE GEORGE HUTCHESON Members LESTER ENGLISH - FEATURE HARMON KENDRICKS . . . Editor LAMAR FLY X . Assistants MARGARET DARNALL MAURICE HOUSTON Members VELERIA SELF ATHLETICS ANDREW SWENSON . . . Editor WILLIAM ARNOLD BENNY BUSBY . Members ELLIOT SMITH ORGANIZATIONS MARYLIEE HILL .... Editor LOUIS HIGGINBOTHAM . . Assistant LOLA BELLE CURBO EDITH F OOTE Members SUZANNE SWENSON CHRISTINE REID 1 PHOTOGRAPHY, FREDERICK KINGSBURY . .. Editor NOLYN EDSALL - I . Members CLARK HAMILTON Pan 129 HILL KENDRICKS REID HAMILTON ARNOLD FOOTE MINSI-IEW KINGSBURY HEELIN SWENSON EDSALL CURBO HUTCI-IESON FOOTE VANCE MCNIEL GOSSETT HIGGINBOTHAM HOUSTON SWENSON DARNALL The Campus Claat Published by Students of the North Texas State Teachers College, Denton, Texas Campus Chat entered as Second Class Mail Matter at the Postoflice at Denton, Texas, December 8, 1916 Member Texas Intercollegiate Press Association ANDREW SNVENSON . . Editor LAMAR FLY . . . Associate Editor BERTRAND HEFLIN . . Associate Editor SHELBY PHILLIPS . . Assistant Editor LOLA BELLE CURBO Q EDITH FOOTE I . . Society Eftzlors COLUMNISTS Lamar Fly, Bertrand Heflin, Lola Belle Curbo, Swede Swenson, john Skiles, Joe Gugenheim, and Stewart Jernigan. REPORTERS Freda Yarbrough, Charles Saunders, Peggy Darnall, Ruth McNeil, Ozelle Culwell, Mary Merle Mc- Clurkan, Vera McCurdy, Clifford Earle Phillips, and Dodd Williams. The class in English 251, taught by Mr. ' J. D. Hall, also does reporting to the Campus BVRTRAND HLBLIN Assoczate Edztor JOE H- SKU-ES - - BU-9571688 flffwllgel' Chat. JOHN SKILES . . Assistant MR. J. D. HALL . . Supervisor Pane 130 The Campus Claat The Campus Chai, as official news organ of the College, serves as a medium for communicating the latest campus events and other important announce- ments to the student body at large. During the year 1932-33, the paper was edited by Andrew Swenson, with Lamar Fly, Bertrand Heflin, Shelby Phillips serving as associate and assistant editors. Society has been under the editorship of Lola Belle Curbo and Edith Foote, a large staff of reporters assisting them. Stewart Jernigan, Bertrand Heflin, Lamar Fly, John Skiles, Lola Belle Curbo, Swede Swenson and Joe Gugenheim served on the newspaper as column- ists, each with an individual department to conduct. Swenson was assisted on athletics by Shelby Phillips, Bill Chambers, Elliot Smith, and Benny Busby. The newspaper does not carry a large reportorial staff because of the number of members in the jour- nalism class who do reporting to the paper. Over thirty issues of the Chat have carried Swen- Son's name as editor. His efforts toward the de- velopment of a more worthy newspaper have been apparent. Page 131 Ea v 1, .fo- F ' Siciuzs HIGGINBOIIIAM BALDWIN Hurcuissou KENDRICL Curzno PEDEN FOOTE McCz.uiu:.xN SCAVARDA JERNIGAN PHILLIPS CHAMBERS ARNOLD CAM1-oim ,v 1 4 GUY McN1EL MARY WILLIS JOE GUGENHEIM The Avesta Published by the students of North Texas State Teachers College, Denton, Texas FALL QUARTER GUY MCNIEI ,.... Editor MARY WILLIS . . . Associate Editor JOE GUGENIIEIM . . Assistant Editor ROBERT KLINGMAN . . . Staf Artist WINTER QUARTER MARY WILLIS .... Editor JOE GUGENIIEIM . . Associate Editor GUY MCNIEI. . Assistant Editor GRACE TIIURMAN .... Stat? Artist SPRING QUARTER JOE GUGENI-IEIM . . . Editor GUY MCNIEI. . . Associate Editor MARY WILLIS . Assistant Editor The gauge for undergraduate themes, short stories, essays, poems, sketches, and dramas is their Htness for publication in the Avesta. Mastery of written English has long been prized at North Texas State Teachers College-the establishment of the Normal School Journal, first student publication to make its appearance on this campus, bears witness to this fact. Through the publication of worthy contribu- tions in the attractive and artistic form which is a distinguishing mark of the Avesta, a premium has been put upon excellency of diction, command of language, depth of thought, and beauty of expression. This year, at the instigation of Miss Cravens, faculty sponsor, a new plan was tried. Instead of one editor with the privilege of choosing his staff for the three issues, three editors were elected, each to edit one Avesta, the two not serving as editor acting as associate and assistant. The Avesta has won Hrst prize in the college quar- terly division on the several occasions that it has been entered in the Texas Inter-collegiate Press As- sociation contest. To Mr.W. N. Masters, Chairman of the Publications Council, goes a large part of the credit for the superior merit of the Avesta. His ability to understand the problems confronting the college editor, his sympathetic attitude, and long experience with publications work made for a smoother, better execution of every task connected with the publishing of the quarterly. Page 132 I Business Manager of Publications The financial direction and guidance of the student publications is the job delegated to the business manager of the three college publica- tions. The duties of the office which carry grave responsibilities are of a varied nature. The business manager must assist the editor of the annual in all matters pertaining to expenditures. He must also attend to the business of ad- vertising for the Campus Chat and must each week solicit, business from local merchants. He is charged with the making of reports to the director of publications, Mr. W. N. Masters, and with keeping separate accounts of the three publications. While the editor is responsible for the artistic side of the annual, the business manager is charged with its financial success. The editorial policies devolve upon the editor- the financial policy belongs to the business manager. Jos Sxrmzs All in all, the student who fills this responsible position gains much experience 1n manage ment, salesmanship, and economy. The 1933 edition of the Yucca inaugurates a new era in the management of that particular branch of publications. This year every student who paid the optional fee receives an annual without additional charge. Also, this yearbook is conspicuous because of the absence of adver b fi nced rimarily on photographic fees, optional fees and club tisements. The book has een na p fees. These changes were made at the suggestion of the President of the College Page 133 The State Historical Collection museum. It is a laboratory where one may delve below the surface of subject matter printed in books into the realms of yesterday. The contents are not a few dry or uninteresting facts. Here is encased something of the romance of the ages, coupled with the progress of time. Here is a colorful array of peacetime advancement, of sectional fanati- cisms, blended with the exotic fervor of the blood and thunder of War. The development of the emancipation of woman is found in the typewriter collection. lVIan's conquest in DR.I.I..K1NGs1zUuv ' ' - - ' ' - - - - Slate Imtmml Common' the division of time is displayed in the exhibition of both C,,,,,,0, the clocks and the ancient Aztec stone calendar. In the steel files are found also posters from the World War of both the Central powers and the Allies, thus affording an opportunity of a historian's unprejudiced observation of prop- aganda on both sides. The collection is not confined to any particular locality nor to any particular course of study. The historian, the students of economics, of English, or of geography will find here any number of objects which will lend light in the pursuit of his individual hobby. For here is to be found a slant of the home life of the ancient Roman, the courage of Columbus in setting forth upon his expedition of discovery in his small craft over the high seas, and a wide assortment of items dealing with Indians and frontier life in the Southwest. Recently an addition of various inter- esting collections from the Phillipines has been made to the museum. For the literary minded there are textbooks dating back to 1690. The museum is also in possession of college publications and an assortment of many old newspapers, diaries, deeds, wills, and land grants. Especially off interest is the assemblage of coin and paper money, the items showing the development of lighting, the making of textiles, and a group of musical instruments. The State Historical Collection graciously encourages all to take advantage of the museum for research work, for it is with that purpose that the work of the State Historical Collection is carried on. FEDRIGO CAMPORA Assistant Page 134 l The State Historical Collection is not simply another Page 135 lfxe State istorical Collection -nn 2.3, A wfk-.. WORLD WAR TERROR: WIIALE OIL LAMPS AND CANDLE MOLDSQ Tum HALLWAY DISPLAYS 'rms MODEL Suufsg Lxulmuv, CLOCKS, Tvpmvgmmg nu: "Wu.D WEsTg" RUMPLEs1'ILTsxc1N's Comma. ALSUP DAVIS NICHOLS BANKHEAD Debate S CT'1Cl1I.l1 QUESTION: Resolved, that the United States should agree to the cancellation of the Inter-allied War Debts. Invitation Tournament, Winfield, Kansas. Teams Competing: Southwestern Teachers, Kansas Edmond Teachers, Oklahoma Sterling College, Kansas Washburn, Kansas Doane College, Nebraska Ottawa College, Kansas Springfield Teachers, Missouri Hays Teachers, Kansas Invitation Tournament, Abilene, Texas. Teams Competing: Abilene Christian College, Abilene McMurray College, Abilene San Marcos Teachers, San Marcos Baylor University, Waco Invitation Tournament, Conway, Arkansas. Teams Competing: Conway Teachers, Arkansas Henderson-Brown, Arkansas College of the Ozarks, Arkansas Washita College, Kansas Harding College, Arkansas Springfield Teachers, Missouri Invitation Tournament, Durant, Oklahoma. Teams Competing: Emporia Teachers, Kansas Hendrix College, Arkansas Northeastern Teachers, Oklahoma Southeastern Teachers, Oklahoma Baylor University, Texas Abilene Christian College, Texas A. and M., Texas Durant Teachers, Oklahoma Wichita University, Kansas Ada Teachers, Oklahoma Paac 136 D 61321116 Discussing the intricate national Pi Kappa Delta question, Resolved, that the United States should agree to the Cancellation of the Inter-allied War Debts, this year's debating squad of the College achieved unpre- cedented success. Under the training of Ross Comp- ton, the first team, composed of Bruce Davis and Cecil Alsup, won the two largest invitation tournaments in which this school annually participates. Ross CoMP'roN Coach 1033 Debate In December the first team captured the Wiiifield, Kansas, Tournament, one of the largest invitation affairs in the United States. Fifty-eight men's teams from eight states were en- rolled in the meet, and Davis and Alsup came through the competition without losing a single engagement, bringing to the state for the first time the Wiiiheld meet prize. Bill Nicholsand John Bankhead, members of the second team, came through the prelimi- naries as victors, but second teams were not allowed to compete in the Hnal rounds. In February, the two teams attended tournaments at Abilene, Texas, and in Conway, Arkansas. Davis and Alsup engaged in a total of eleven debates, nine of which were won, two being lost. On March 10 and 11, Davis, Alsup, Nichols and Bankhead participated in the Fourth In- vitation Tournament at Durant, Oklahoma. Forty-two senior men's teams from Hve states were in the competition. Davis and Alsup, after a series of ten contests, were declared the winners of first place. Alsup was judged the best individual debater of the tournament, and also won first place in men's oratory. Nichols and Bankhead went through the preliminaries, but suffered an elimination in the semi-finals. By virtue of these victories, loving cups were awarded the school as permanent trophies. Davis was the only third year man on the 1933 squad. Pave 137 Stage an GUY liusu, violin: FLOYD GRAHAM, zlireetorg Hymn LAUPER, violin SAM PARKER, banjo: 1'IOliAR'I' NICLAUGIILIN, violin J. ll. Woormum, drums: Joxm Esrrss, trumpet: JEROME D0l.l.AlIITE, trumpet: Bm. Axms, piano JOHN BRONVN, bam: JOHN LANVHON, trombone HARDIN LAwnoN, reeds: Sr1:wAR'r JERNIGAN, reeds: Bon MARQUIS, reeds: TOM Rosa, reeds Page138 1 X.- -ya ' a we ' 1iE :'2'f" A ' .E,,,,I ,,:4,E- I AA1,:..,, ,V 2l 1g 1 i E' ilnwfllfffffvflflHW " Sig: 1 is M.. it 4 11, . , ,. 1 ik? Q: 5' ,gs 1: .ff , f ' W. F 2 ,A 1. 5:57 xiififif- ,:' Egif iii! .1 ISE? :::f:g -::::,:+: rr:-.::z' :-: 1-N: :-:, -:I-Im a' V- :exert .ef ' 5 '-x:::f-' :::, af:::-k zs - :asf '-:: . 'e5:a5:::,,'-: ::iz:!i: . 3:3: ::1: j ,::::- 5,15 ,3:5' Q55 X , 3151- iii? 1535 ?-' .fe eisf .:.:. , K :2iEs2s:2:25'5::-::,,. " :-...f'f' ' .. 4 '12 ' M, ,xQ1,x,f,Q..,. 515gQ . Tw--' G , -4 .... . -, 5 A , .,.... -'-"" ' , . -',A':E:Y " V3 1 12' ' Efi?SK"'i7'2sN. "'::- , 9 -- . .'.. .. ..,,. r:. ms-s-2. ":2sf:pe ., ---- ' "" ' af' -5" '2 T "MX" . ... , ..... ' ' E3 'E ., ,... ..........-, . .. ......,,,.,..x.:.,.:-.-., ,.,,,., 1.:,:.:.,. , i,:,..,,,, : www: .:. :., . 5: if 2 -.-- , 'mg , ..... ! 1 J Q " x: ,. .... 1.-1-,Q . :xr-,-M. .-.:.,..,'-:' .4 , ,.... ,eeN,,M,M,,,,H,,,,,,,,,,, ........, ...,., Z , Stellar Roles 2 il' l-11-an-u-uuun Whom The Players Applaud pau' - ALL-ROUND GIRL MARY WILSON Wills Point, Texas Wills Point High School Mary Arden, President Ides Club Dramatic Club W. A. A. Green Jackets ALL-ROUND GIRL FRANCES E. HODGES Denton, Texas Denton High School, 1930 Senior Class Green jackets, President W. A. A. Mary Arclens Delta Psi Kappa, Vice-President Secretary of Senior Class Stellar Roles g "" P9141 Whom The P ALL-ROUND BOY SHELBY PHILLIPS Grand Saline, Texas Grand Saline High School, 1930 Sophomore Class Geezles Press Club Assistant Editor Campus Chat Tennis President of Sophomore Class FED layers Applaud ALL-ROUND BOY Rico CAMPORA Cimarron, New M exico Colmor High School, 1929 junior Class Editor of 1933 Yucca Associate Editor of 1932 Yucca Chat Staff Assistant Curator of State His- torical Collection President of Student-Faculty Council Press Club, Vice-President Who's Who, 1932, Publications lndependent Stell 211' Roles I" SENIOR CLASS REPRESENTATIVE CLARK KINGSLEY BLACKBURN Denton, Texas Denton High School, 1930 Senior Class Band Chorus President Chancelor of Pi Phi Pi Student Faculty Council SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE BEN POVVIELL Archer City, Texas Arizona High School Geezles Football Sergeant-at-Arms in Sopho- more Class 2 - eaturecl Actors - JUNIOR CLASS REPRESENTATIVE ALBERT Wuzz Seymour, Texas Seymour High School Football Talons " T " Club Athletic Council, 1931-1932 FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVE jo11N W. LAUDERDAL12 Breckenridge, Texas Breckenridge High School, 1932 Page 142 S PUBLICATIONS JOHN SKILIES Denton, Texas Denton High School, 1930 junior Class Vice-President of Junior Class Press Club Chat Staff Associate Editor Yucca Assistant Business Mana- ger of Publications DRAMATICS RUTH ANNIETTE Smiatns Denton, Texas Bonham I-Iigh School, 1928 Junior Class Dramatic Club Secretary and Treasurer Mary Arden Music Club ART Louis Hoovrm Sherman, Texas Sherman High School, 1930 Senior Art Club President Art Club 0 page 143 CZIZUTCCI Actors Stellar Roi es DRAMATICS BIQRTRAND HEFLIN Denton, Texas Polytechnic High School, Ft Worth, 1926 Senior Class Dramatic Club President Press Club Leland Stanford University Theatre Associate Editor Campus Chat Column--Campus Chat Literary Editor Yucca MUSIC Wn.1.1AM L. Aums Fort Worth, Texas North Side High School Senior ' Dramatic Club Music Club President Stage Band Eagle Band College Orchestra DEBATE CECIL AI.sUP Denton, Texas Gainesville High School, 1928 Senior Pi Kappa Delta Debate Club Stellar Roles ATHLETICS PRENTICE WALKER Seymour, Texas Seymour High School Junior Class Football Captain Freshman Letterman Talons "T" Club Athletic Council l Sophomore Class President MUSIC MAUDELLE GENTRY Henrietta, Texas Henrietta High School, Senior Class Music Club Kappa Delta Pi Green Jackets College Orchestra College Chorus DEBATE BRUCE DAvxs Denton, Texas 1930 Denton High School, 1929 Pi Kappa Delta President International Relations Club President Debate Club President Dramatic Club, 1931-1932 .i f nw. Featured ACtO1'S PUBLICATIONS LAMAR FLY Gonzales, Texas Gonzales I-Iigh School, 1930 Senior Class Geezles Secretary-Treasurer of Geezles Kappa Delta Pi Press Club Gammadion President Campus Chat Associate Editor of Campus Chat Co-Feature Editor of Yucca Chorus Chatter Box Column SCHOLARSHIP Russm. ICENT STRATEORD El Dorado, Kansas El Dorado I-Iigh School Senior Class Kappa Delta Pi President of Kappa Delta Pi W. H. Bruce Scholarship Society, Treasurer Criddle Historical Society President and Treasurer Publication Council Geezles Fine Arts Committee Gammadions SCHOLARSHIP ICATIIRYN CORRINE WEAKLEY Cleburne, Texas Denton High School, 1930 Senior Class Chemical Society Secretary- Treasurer Chorus Student Assistant in Chem- istry Puac 144 l PUBLICATIONS ANDREW SWENSON Denton, Texas Demonstration High School 1927 Geezles Chemistry Club Dramatic Club Editor of Campus Chat Yucca Athletic Editor Press Club President Vice-President of Senior Class SCHOLARSHIP MARY FRANCES GARDNER Dallas, Texas Woodrow Wilson High, 1930 Junior Class Mary Ardens Green Jackets Kappa Delta Pi Elementary Council, Presi- dent Gammadions College Chorus Junior Class Representative to Fine Arts Committee ATHLETICS . JAMI s MALONE Frzsco, Texas Frisco High School, 1929 Senior Class Geezles "T" Club Football Track Student Faculty Council Geezles' Sergeant-at-Arms Page l 4 5 Stellar R i9 JM . Featurecl Actors . y7 wily f ATHLETICS JACK ELDER Bridgeport, Texas Bridgeport High School, 1928 Football Captain of Track "T" Club President of Geezles ATHLETICS CLARE SEAY Bakersfield, California Ranger High School Senior Class Football Track Talon "T" Club Athletic Council ART ALLINE MOTLEY Garland, 'Texas Garland High School, 1931 Gammadion W. A. A. I-Iall of F me I OE SKILES ........ Because he can think on his feet, and think well- Because he has the trust of both student body and faculty- Because he has accomplished plenty, and will accomplish plenty more- J. D. MOORE ...... Because he's one of the most versatile and most dependable athletes T. C. has ever known- Because he knows everybody, and everybody knows him- Because he gives the impression of bulky strength and quiet efficiency- STEWART JERNIGAN ...... Because he's a real musician and a real writer- Because he has common sense enough to do his own thinking- Because he keeps quiet about himself- GUY MCNIEL ...... Because he has an unusual sense of humor- Because he can write anything amusingly- Because he's straight- HELEN JOHNSON ...... Because she is president of the Woman's Forum Council- Because she has charm and tact, and is Helen to everybody- Because she is a natural leader- TED WRIGHT ...... Because he is a non-pareil athlete- Because his is the highest type of sportsmanship- Because so few people really understand him- ROBERT MARQUIS ...... I Because he succeeded in obtaining a degree from the college of which his father is president Because he can direct the stage band when Professor Graham is away- Because he is a good musician, actor, and playwright- ALMA WHITLEY ...... Because she is the best actress that has been seen around this college in many years- Because she is an ardent student of drama and can give pleasure to many people- Because she believes in her art- MARYLEE HILL ...... Because she is a right-hand aide in the Yucca office- Because she works about as hard as anybody we know- Because we all have to look up to her anyhow- SHIRLEY LINGO ...... Because he makes straight "A" cards- Because he knows his poetry as well as his chemistry- Because his blondness makes him conspicuous- PAUL PEARSON ...... Because he can wear a double-breasted tux with nonchalance- Because he takes his job as deanlet seriously- ' Because he's a tough nut for opposing guards- NORRIS RUSSELL ...... - Because he's fixed to be the best-dressed man in school- Because he can "follow through" in form- Because he is a Talon- Upperclassman Personalities CHRISTINE DEDMON ...... Little and cute. A blonde that would make even you sit up and take notice. Can dance and doesn't mind doing so. From the Packing-House City. Goes home sometimes and gets her picture in the paper. QAV9 CLAUDE EADS ...... A printer and a tennis player. Has aspirations toward law, and intends to go to Texas University next year. Geezles. Keeps the money for the Press Club. Wears his ties in very loose knots. - GIS GENE LEGETT ...... One of a set of twins. Has a set of very definite likes and dislikes, .about which she is very frank. Likes to dance, and can. Makes one laugh. One of the most decided personalities on the campus. Cuts up cats in her daddy's laboratory. QJQ BEN FAUBION ...... An outstanding man on the track field, in the class- room and on the campus. A senior of wide influence and substantial worth. Very likeable. Qflfe ELEANORA HARDY ...... An "also-ran" who should have got first place. Never mooches. Golden hair, and blue eyes. Drives a big brown Buick roadster with a California license plate, which she fiaunts in your face. Very demure. ltll-17 QJVQ WITT BLAIR ...... The only male ever to be a member of the Ele- mentary Council. Once rated Pee Wee Herron Squeacher Wilson. A trifie self-conscious, but a good boy. QJVD CINDY RUSHING ...... Keeps the boy-friends guessing. Willowy. Hails from Cowtown. Makes one Cindy-conscious. A real pal, and likes everybody. Has Big Smitty from Celina on his toes. GAVE VERNA COM PERE ...... Student extraordinary. Writer of no mean ability. Attempts poetry of late, and does well. Has dark hair and eyes, and beautifully smooth complexion. Profile, though not classic, of unusually exciting lines. Lives in Houston. English major. QMVQD BOB KLINGMAN ...... Son of a minister, though you could never tell it. Once attended the University of Texas. A very good artist: his lithographs are unusual. Did pen draw- ings for the Avesta in the autumn. Has interesting hands. A QJVE LOIS MCCURRY ...... President of the Mary Ardens. Brown hair and eyes and one of those contagious smiles that makes for a popularity rarely matched. Always tastefully and appropriately dressed. A real co-ed and a real sport. Upperclassxnan Personalities PEGGY DARNALL ...... A music major, who often has solo parts. Origin- ally from Tennesseeg an ex of West Texas State Tea- chers College. Assistant editor of the feature section, 1933 Yucca, and reporter on the Chat staff. BVS WALTER MILLER ...... Chemistry major. Pi Phi Pi. Considered an adept dancer. Lives in Denton, and drives a Chevrolet. Tall and slender, and wears his clothes well. Might be called a blonde, tho' his eyes are of a chestnut shade. exe MARGARET MAY ...... Senior treasurer. Finished in winter term. Green Jacket and Mary Arden. A good dancer and in- telligent conversationalist. Nice-looking. QJVB FRANCES RATLIFF ...... Beauty at A. C. C. last year, or would have been this year at T. C. Goes with Paul Pearson. Lives in Haskell. Has that far-away, dreamy look that drags 'em in, hook, line, and sinker. BVS PAUL ARLIDGE ...... A Geezle, corresponding secretary. Plays tennis, and rates with the best. Behaves like a gentleman should. Looks like a nice boy. QJVE BERNICE MALONE ...... Red's sister, but can't help it. Brought a cow to school to pay for her board, Charlie Cox milks it. Is on the Student Faculty Council, and can ask more questions than an old-time conundrum book. Q18 BERT MOORE ...... Bert beats 'em on the draw for a welcome. Versatile and knows just what to do at the right time. Is not only the leader of the Pi Phi Pi's, and several other organizations, but also in campus activities. A per- sonality that will be missed. QJVB LOLA BELLE CURBO ...... Very sensible and very capable. Puts spice into the Date Book. Knows what's good for her. A good sport, and the kind of girl that you don't often see. QJQ HONEY HERRING ...... A three-sport man for several years, and has enough bars hanging off his watch to run a penitentiary. One of the few men who can enjoy himself at a girl's tag. Always seems to have some pressing business QJVE SWEDE ZERETZKE ...... A long, lanky basket-ball player with an eye for the basket. Addicted to wearing big, wide-brimmed hats. Hails from the plains of West Texas. QKE HARMON KENDRICK ...... A good boy, with a ready smile. Ex-treasurer of the Press Club, but discharged honorably. Editor of the 1933 Yucca feature section. Talon. QJVE THERESA SCAVARDA ...... ' Assistant Editor of the Yucca, secretary to the editor, reports for the Campus Chat. Speaks with an accent and loves to smile. Tons of enthusiasm. QJVQ JACK VAUGHN ....., on hand. Geezle. ' Captain of the 1934 Eagle football squad. The college's ideal of leadership, sportsmanship and a real lighter all in one. Member of the Talons. Pawn: 14 8 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Page 149 Good Fellows LILLARD WILMETH. Track man, Geezle, and student of human nature, "Dopey" has made a wide circle of friends with his ready grin and open-hearted good nature. JAKE PEARSON. A hard worker and an efficient make-up artist. Jake has his world before him. He has enough sense to keep quiet at the right time and to keep his emotions under perfect control. He s what it takes a pretty good man to be: a broad-minded frat member. BRYANT CREIGHTON. Creighton has a future before him as an actor or as a constitutional lawyer. He possesses a real understanding of humanity, and can make himself liked without licking anybody's boots. HYMIE LAUFER. Hymie has Piccolo Pete laid in the shade, and he is also a violin player who knows his strings. Recently he has sprung a surprise by demonstrating his ability to write, see the Fall Avesta. A man with real talent, who doesn't care whether the world knows it or not. FUZZ HOGAN. Fuzz is a regular guy, with a real personality that he is just a bit prone to keep under a bushel. He is welcome at any gathering, Teachers College or C. I. A. Runner-up in the Best All-Round election. LOUIS HIGGINBOTHAM. The next Yucca editor. He is new on the campus but has made a mark for himself with his ready wit and fluent pen. Or, maybe it's his smile. He has curly hair, usually wears a mustache, and might be pointed out as demonstrating what the well-dressed college man will wear. JAMES NICHOLS. One of the most promising tackles ever to don the Green and White, "Nick" has not allowed his football prowess to elevate his self-esteem. He is the same quiet, unassuming fellow, always ready to listen, as when he first entered college. CARL LEDLOW. Facing the world with a smile, Ledlow is the type naturally gifted with the strength of character that does not require excess talking to impress his associates. He is a person whose mere pres- ence inspires a feeling of confidence and respect. WELDON STALLCUP. Shiek has demonstrated that he can take it and come back smiling. Always good-natured and endowed with a peculiar sort of wit, he does not have to extend himself to make friends. Generous to all, and optimistic toward the world. HERSCHEL STEVENS. Steve holds animosity toward none. Without pushing himself or singing his own merits, he has become an active participant in his class organizations and in the social affairs of the campus. Prexy of the Junior Class. MAURICE HOUSTON. "Little Hous" from Lewisville is one younger brother who has made his own name. A prominent Hgure at every dance, he is well-liked by men and women, students and faculty mem- bers, alike. JIM BRAY. A stalwart Talon by name and by nature which adds power to his club. Frequently ex- tends his welcome over on the "hill. " Jim possesses a peculiar veneer that when cut through reveals en- during qualities of character. Freshman Personalities 1. ROSEMARY CECIL. Five feet of good na- ture, topped off with brown hair, brown eyes, and a gorgeous complexion, and says "Hello" in a deep rich voice. An excellent dancer, and an exciting little person. One of the mighty midgets of the col- lege. Hails from Dallas, but now a Dentonite. QJVE 2. FRANKIE HAYNIE. Another little freshman girl who is cutting a very, very wide swath in her first year. Friendly, natural, and adores posing. And when she makes those eyes go ...... well, look out, meng she does things to your heart. QXQ 3. CLIFFORD EARL PHILLIPS. "Little Phil." Has made a name for himself as one of the hardest boys not to like, on the campus. Amiable, friendly, and very amusing. A chip off the old block, hence a Geezle and a member of the Campus Chat staff. QJVQ 4. BESS PAYNE. One of the best girl tennis players ever to grace the Eagle courts. Plenty of sportsmanship, and at home in any situation. A good dancer and a good looker, with the whitest skin and the blackest hair you ever saw. QXE 5. ABE REEVES. A football and basket-ball player of ability above the ordinary. Geezle, a giant in stature, and can give it and take it. Bound to make his mark on Eagle athletic fields. QJQ 6. CLARA COMPERE. Little sis to Verna, just a freshman, but lots of power. Ready at the right time for fun or for work. An ideal combination of the student and the playgirl. Good-looking and obliging. ' CAVE 7. PAUL VANCE. Another big freshman. A cow- puncher from New Mexico, and can also wield a skill- ful pen: wrote a nice essay for the Fall Avesta. Also on the Frosh basket-ball squad. A member of the Chemical Society, the Gammadions, and Editor of the Class Section. QJVE 8. ANNIE MAUDE TAYLOR. Only a freshman, but endowed with that certain something, as the senior class prexy can attest. Content to find her boy friends among her own class, and seems to have one preference. Little, and can pout the cutest way and the most fetching. I GAVE 9. LEROY CROUCH. One of the most active members of the Freshman class, worked with the Yucca staff, and took part in many college activities. One of the best all-round boys of his class. QJVE 10. EDMUND SMITH. The "Freshman Smith." A versatile athlete: Is being watched by football, basket-ball, and track mentors. Furthermore, pos- sesses the vital spark that makes for a wide circle of friends. One of the outstanding men of his class. QfVQ 11. MARY ELOISE WILSON. A blond with everything that goes with blondeness. "Where there's light, there's heat." Has a smile for every- body and all the essential characteristics of an all- around sport. vm iso X s Forgotten 1. WELDON WRIGHT. "Chester" will never die of his inferiority complex though he iS Said to be bothered severely with it at times. He also will probably insist that he was considerately remembered by a member of a rival campus organization last fall. 2. R. L. FLOWERS. No need to write that he is a transfer from Southwestern University? he told the whole school the first week he was here. Bats his eyes strangely. Attempts dramatics. Smokes Cam- els, drives a Chevrolet when it's in town. Whistles through his teeth. Intelligent. 3. "GOOP" SAUNDERS. Puts out the Campus Chat for Swede every week, so he says. Walks in a funny kind of lope like an antelope with the lumbago. Wears glasses. Doesn't smoke. Or drink, so he says. 4. DOOD WILLIAMS. An ex-"big top" man who is a real comedian. Rates the best looking girls on the campus. Has never been seen working or studying. V 5. CODY BRADFORD. Was unfortunate in his selection of a home-town: it rhymes too well with another word. Can't see any further than his nose. A good Sock-O player and the most nonchalant man on the campus. 6. ROBERT TEEL. He's a fag fiend and how he likes your cigarettes. You're fairly certain to be gladhanded by him about the fountain or in the lounge room if you smoke. Bob is a big gun in the Boy's Sunday Forum and can ask a non-sensical question in the most learned terminology. 7. PETE GATES. Can be found at the Gross House, but he doesn't live there. Unconscious of QJVE M611 his hair when it won't cost him anything. Loves to drink Borden's milk. Is said to have engaged in selling magazine subscriptions. Plans to pose for Lifebuoy after graduation. 8. E. J. REEVES. "Roughouse "blames his popu- larity with the girls on his manly form and classic features. He receives his opinions about women ready-made from "Honey" who does all his Held work for Reeves, who is thus enabled to retain his lily-white innocence. 9. DUANE ABBEY. "Ab" went up to Oklahoma University and how he burned up the cinder tracks up there and what a school that is ...... Oh! You say you've heard him tell it. VVell, he isn't what you might call reticent about it, and one little freshman girl was heard to remark: "How does he ever keep from stepping in his mouth?" 10. POPEYE RAMEY. Speaks to one and all. Has a grin wider than joe E. Brown's. Can be heard from Brook's corner to the Square when he laughs. Is a brilliant English student! ! ! ! If there's some- body he doesn't know, he's willing to meet him or her. 11. WILLIS MILLER. Another retiring and mod- est chap who is troubled with a lack of self-esteem. 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Having won a conference championship in 1931, Coach Sisco had a diffi- cult job facing him in molding another champi- onship eleven, but the records show how suc- cessful he was. Minus the services of such all-conference stars of the year before as Adkins, Smith and Kil- patrick, the coaching staff had a number of apparent gaps in the line and in the backheld, but several freshmen came through in spectac- ular fashion to make local fans forget that there had been other stars. Led by their able captain, Prentice NValker, the Eagles opened their schedule in Fort XVorth against the future champions of the Southwest Conference, the T. C. U. Horned Frogs, and met with a 14-2 disaster. Scoring first on a safety the Siscomen gave early promise of the power they had later in the season. The Eagles were one of the four teams who crossed the Purple's goal line in 1932, though during most of the game the light Denton backs were unable to pierce the mighty senior line of the Christians. In the second game of the year, the Eagles met the 1931 champions of the Southwest Con- ference, the Mustangs of Southern Methodist University, at Fair Park Bowl in Dallas, and proved their advance publicity by holding the vaunted Ponies to a scoreless tie. Two or three goal line stands by the locals during the game,played in a drizzling sprinkle, proved that the Dentonites could hold their own with mem- bers of the bigger conference on the defense. Offensively, the locals had the Methodists on the run for at least a part of the battle, and only the slippery ball prevented the Green-clad team from pushing over a counter. J. D. Moore, lanky Eagle all-conference end, had laid out on one play and the ball was passed to him for what looked like a cinch to score, however, the slippery oval escaped him, and the Eagle's best scoring chance was lost. Captain VValker shone defensively, as he did throughout the season, while Paul Pearson's work was outstanding, also. Ted VVright played astellar offensive game, and was constantly a thorn to the Mustang forwards. Football MALONE, Center, ELDER, Back Risn, Backg HERRING, Back Fifty-four to nothing was the score in favor of the Eagles in the third game on their 1932 schedule. It was against those annual enemies of the Siscomen, Austin College of Sherman. The Kangroos came to Denton this last year weaker than at any time in several years, and proved to be easy marks for the high-flying local gridsters. During the game every man had an opportunity to display his wares,, and!!! 'X material was uncovered in thi fray tljfat' s wi! more service later in the fall. A X g, P I ' The star performer was Tedi Wright, veteran Eagle quarterback, when the Dentonites id la J visit to foes from another conference, out - western University of Georgetouyg3,:f'fThoug, e green clad warriors of Dep n ad expztft d tolvvjl meet a weaker foe, they rtggre t db ned by their surprise, and when Wriglyfliigot s?xted he I!! scattered the Pirates fon levery id . lW Mule Vaughan in the blocking 'ition VValker Malone Cox and Pearsonfwerefhi lights in keeping the enemy fgom the Ea g al line. The final score was 20 to 0. ' ' " it , l . ' 'H . 1 . t I had smooth sailing to his ree tou owns. I Y 3 V Continuing their winning ways in tlfe fifth start of the season, the Dentonites turned back Abilene Christian College by a count of 13 to 0. The VVildcats came to the Eagle roost in high hopes of turning a trick that only one other team had been successful in turning, that of whipping the Siscomen. However, the accurate punting toe of Ted Wright, along with several of his sensational runs, was sufficient to keep the West Texans on the short end of the scoring. Cox, Maggard, Cate and Sontagg in the center of the line made the gains through that territory few and far between, while Moore and Wfirz on the two ends mowed down all attempts at circling the outposts. The schedule this year brought the Nacog- doches Lumberjacks to Denton for the Hrst en- counter on the conference card, and the Eagles proceeded to mistreat the invaders in a fashion similar to that used last season at the East Texas College. The invaders were easy for an erratic team of Eagles, who managed to turn in a 31 to 0 victory over the Jacks. Had the foe been a more powerful one the outcome might have been different, as the Siscomen were pitifully off form in the night affair. The Eagle for- wards held like a stone wall, while the Eagle backs ripped through the opposing line with ease. The game was a costly one to the Den- tonites, as they lost the services of jack Elder, triple-threat back, for the rest of the season. He sustained a broken leg during the fray. Football SONTAGG, Tackleg MAGGARD, Tackle Wuzz, Endg Cox, Guard Armistice Day was celebrated by the Denton- ites with a scintillating 27 to 6 victory over their ancient rivals, the Commerce Lions. Followed to the East Texas metropolis by a large delegation of local fans, the Eagles put on a demonstration of smooth, steady, football, and the outcome was never in doubt after the first quarter. Huddled in the stands swept by a norther, the chilled crowd saw the locals come back, after having their record besmirched by a score on the part of the Lions, and ripped through the East Texas line for gain after gain. Kept out of the battle for the Hrst quarter, VVright went in during the second period and weaved his way through the Lion team for long gains, and three more touchdowns. Stevens proved to be the best Commerce had to offer, but even he was smothered time and again when he attempted to go through Nicholas, Cate, Wirz and Moore, while Captain Walker backed up the line superbly. The game with Sam Houston this year proved to be perhaps the toughest played by the Sisco- men, not even barring the senior conference competition. The final score was 7 to 6 in favor of the Greenies, but it was only after they had been scored on that the Denton aggregation could find the punch to march down for a touch- down. Playing a team that has obviously been pointed for the fray throughout the season, Coach Sisco's charges were met by a stubbornly resisting eleven. Early in the third period Sam Houston mustered its forces and marched square- ly through the locals for a touchdown, putting them six points in the lead. Their try for the extra point was unsuccessful, and it was on this fact that the victory of the locals hinged. Late in the same quarter the Eagles scored their touchdown, after being repulsed with a stub- born goal-line stand. They were not to be de- nied, though, and came back down the field in a steady march to reach paydirt. Captain Walk- er's try for the extra marker sailed squarely through the up-rights, and proved to be the margin of victory. Rated as the team the Eagles would have to beat if they were to cop the first Lone Star Pen- nant this year, Trinity came to Denton ap- parently over-rated, and after a rather spectacu- lar start slowed down and took their 20 to 0 beating at the hands of the Eagles docilely enough. The speedy Schick for the visitors kept the Eagle ends in trouble continually, and Autry plunged the Eagle line for several nice gains, but outside of these two performers the Tigers appeared to be beneath the Eagles' class. Wright again stole the show from the other Eagle Ball toters, though Herring, Vaughan, and Walker all played splendid offensive and de- fensive games. The entire first string line played steady ball, but did not come up to some of its other performances. Football CATH, Tackle, Knowmcs, Center l'lAINlCS, Guard, lVlUI.I.INS, Emi Still boasting an unstained record San Mar- cos' Bobcats came to Denton with the firm in- tention of unseating the locals from the top berth, leaving themselves the lone monarchs, however, a determined Eagle drive late in the final quarter brought the Eagles six points, the victory and the First Lone Star Conference championship. Though less spectacular than some of the other games played by the Siscomen, the fray held numerous thrills, and it had begun to appear as the game drew to a close that it would be a scoreless battle. With Captain Walker, Ted Wright, and Henderson Malone playing the last game of their collegiate careers, the entire Eagle team was on edge. The Bob- cats were equally keyed up for the fracas that meant either defeat or the crown to them also. The battle started slowly, and soon developed into a defensive struggle, with the powerful Eagle forwards holding a slight advantage. Neither team opened up with anything of spectacular nature. It was late in the fourth period that Wright found the hole which enabled him to slip through and over the goal line for the only counter of the game. Walker's try for the additional point was wide of its mark, and though San Marcos opened up after the score with a sustained passing attack the timer's gun ended the aerial maneuvers before they could cause damage. Captain Walker in his final game for the Green and White was perhaps at his best, and turned in a game which helped to net him all-conference honors. Wright was not so sensational as in previous games, but did his share. The entire line played superb ball, though at times the diminutive Pyland punctured the defense for nice gains. As the season again passes in review, as his- tory this time, it stands out as one of the best ever enjoyed by an Eagle grid team. The rec- ord set up will be one hard to equal in times to come, and is one which the whole school has a right to be proud of. Only one defeat mars it, and that is charged to a team that was the 1933 Southwest Conference champion, T. C. U. The tie sustained against the Mustangs of Dallas is a semi-blot only, when it is remembered that S. M. U. went all the way up to New York State to bring back the scalp of one of the country's major elevens, Syracuse. Coach Sisco's mighty squad closed the season with eight victories to their credit, one tie and a single defeat. In compiling this brilliant record the Eagles piled up a total of 180 points while allowing their opponents only 26 counters. In seven games the Siscomen held their opponents scoreless. Football Wn.soN, Back, SEAY, Back Mooius, End, Ynunuoucn, Back As a team the 1932 Eagle Football eleven added glory to the College, and individuals on the team also lent some of their luster to the College. Five Eagles were chosen by most sports writers for places on the All-Lone Star Team: Walker, named to captain the mythical squad again including Moore, Nichols, Wright and Malone. Wirz, Cox, Sontagg, Vaughan, and Herring also received prominent mention. Ted Wright, sensational Eagle signal barker and triple-threat artist, received the greatest honor of any one in the conference probably, being named by Grantland Rice on his "Forgotten Men" team. On this team, picked by the eminent sports writer, the local boy was named as quarterback. Rice picked this squad in order that men who played on small, obscure teams, but who were of the highest calibre, might receive some recognition for their ability. Wright was the only man chosen on this team out of the entire Southwest. SCI-IEDULE T. C. U. .... .... 1 49 Eagles S. M. U. ..... .... 0 5 Eagles Austin College ......... 0, Eagles Southwestern University 05 Eagles Abilene Christian ....... 05 Eagles Stephen F. Austin ...... 0: Eagles Sam Houston .... .... 6 3 Eagles Commerce .... .... Q5 Eagles Trinity ..... .... 0 5 Eagles San Marcos ...... .... 0 3 Eagles Totals-Opponents. . Eagles Coaches THERON J. FOUTS ' In the past thirteen years in which he has been Director of the Department of Physical Education, Theron J. Fouts, a recognized coach throughout the Southwest, has built the athletic plant from a small, poorly equipped field into one of the best Teachers College athletic grounds. Even now he is expanding and enlarging the plant. It is largely through his efforts that the Eagle teams have been successful during the past few years. JACK SISCO Two championships in two consecutive years is the record of Jack Sisco, who has coached the Eagle football teams for the past four sessions. In 1931, he brought our college the T. I. A. A. title and the past season his team captured the first Lone Star Confer- ence Flag. He knows men and he knows football. Sisco also coaches freshman basket-ball. CHOC SPORTSMAN "Choc" is a former Eagle star who is now one of the leaders among track coaches in the Southwest. Eagle teams, coached by Sportsman, are always-contenders in any meet in which they participate. The past season his team was crowned the First track champion of the newly formed Lone Star Conference, and his 1932 cross-country team was defeated by only one point in the con- ference meet. In the past he has turned out a championship team in this field, and his track teams were twice runners-up in conference meets. Choc is freshman and track coach. TERENCE MYRACLE Each year for the past four this man's teams have been ranked among the best in the conference. He has placed teams on the court that any college would be proud of because his teams are taught to play hard and to. play clean. He is assistant football coach, and another former Teachers College athlete. MISS BEULAH HARRISS Because of the efforts of Miss Beulah Harriss, our college has one of the best departments of physical education for women to be found anywhere. She was the organizer of the Green Jackets and is now their sponsor. ,,f' s 1 ' 'l I H'-'A -ff J., aftf..Me,f46f7f4'1' i S QAMMWWK fZ,aWZffff7A"'7JWA"m'C L A 7 ,.,,,.2-Q--f X f vwfffjwdefnwaafzfdaaa ffffl r'f.f-'ffvvf-f CL-,.fi 4, aff?-as A spirit of sportsmanship, a spirit of self-denial, and above all a spirit of leadership are the qualities of a good yell leader. He must be able to arouse the spirit of the student-body in such a way that it will back the team to the last whistle whether we are losing or winning. A good yell leader can also do much to eliminate the ques- tioning of the referee's decisions, at least by the method known as Bronx Cheer. He must see and appreciate the goo ays of the vistors as well as those of our own f te and be ready at all times to lead a cheer of sympathy a ,fr 2, . . . g r ,. li y or any injured opponent. ,., A, lv PETERS BLEWETT l' X a .J i . For the past two years these two boys, Peters and Blewett, have lead our college in a very creditable way in this phase of college activity. We wish to express our appreciation and that of the college for the good work which they have done in the past in guiding the "Eagle Spirit." M Hwgihw 591 ext, ' 1 W m ,Aw ,Q ,f 3514 f L1 xr, 'ww 3 Y? Q w if U al fn -P A V . fav , ' 4:13 fi 5 ' TAC: Q53 V-ffm' ' 4 1? ,wh .. W5 35.1136 .-HEL? I+: Am ., W? E .fwm .fm ,, .,. Ji 1.213 , 1- 4 , W.-H ff! A ffm X 1 f :Q ff W .12 145 Il , EK? 1 'EJ Basketball lVlOORlC, Cantor-CaplcLiz1,' SMYI-zks, Forwzzrzl Doucstrxs, Gmmlg ZlCRlC'l'ZKlC, l"nrward-Guard Beset at the beginning of their conference race by withdrawals from school of two men who were expected to bear a greater part of the de- fensive brunt, Ted Vflright and Nimrod H Bogy' Brochardt, the Myraclemen failed to live up to early season notices, and played only mediocre ball throughout the conference race. VVith Captain Moore, Smyers, Douglas, Dobbins and Borchardt back from last year's five, Coach Myracle started the building of the team which sports writers picked to cop the second Lone Star Basketball pennant, however a series of tough breaks and a hard schedule combined to throw the Eagles out of the thick of the flag chase before the season was well under way. Newcomers to the varsity ranks, Zeretzke, Golden, Golladay, Nabors and Smith, aided vastly in compiling as good an average as the Eagles came out with. Before the Christmas holidays set in the Eagles took a fast opening game against the 1932 and 1933 champions of the Dallas Municipal Courts, the Dr. Pepper five, rated as one of the out- standing non-collegiate crews in Texas. A few nights later the locals journeyed down to Fort VVorth for a game with the T. C. ll. Horned Frogs. The game, played in almost sub-zero weather, proved to be a frozen affair, the Eagles coming out at the end of forty minutes of play the holders of the short end of a 31 to 19 decision. ln the first game after the resumption of school after the holidays, the Myraclemen trounced the 1932 champs of the Southwest Conference, Baylor University Bears, by a 32 to 28 count. A week later the schedule called for a pair of games against the powerful Arkansas Razor- backs in Fayetteville. In the first game, Coach Myracle's charges were surprised into a 34 to 20 defeat. In the second encounter the Eagles were in a little better shape for the fray and gave their senior conference opponents a run for their money for the greater part of the game, however, the Hogs put on enough steam in the latter stages to eke out a 36 to 26 win. Captain j. D. Moore played commanding basketball both nights and consistently out-jumped his lanky opponents in the center position. One of the teams which had been picked to be a leader in the Southwestern Conference chase, M. U., fell victim to the Eagles in the next game, played at Dallas. A nip and tuck affair from start to finish, the Eagles seemed to be whipped when a Pony forward sank a shot with only thirty seconds left to play, however, the Mustang guards became careless, and al- lowed Dobbins to slip through and sink the goal that earned the locals the close 26 to 25 decision. Basketball DonnINs, Forward-Guard,' GOI.IJIiN, Forward GAY, Gimrdg GoI.I.A1mY, Center, Nfxnoup, Center On January 12 the Eagles met the Horned Frogs of T. C. U. in a return encounter, and managed for the greater part of the evening to stop the Purple five, but in the last two minutes of play the great Frog All-American football guard, johnny Vaught, sank two sensational counters, to give his team a 24 to 20 victory. Seeking their first conference title in basket- ball in many years, the Eagles started off their light with a ringing 33 to 22 victory over the San Marcos Bobcats on the Southwest Texans' home court. Coming home for their second conference encounter the locals downed the weak Trinity Tigers by a 37 to 23 score, and ran their stock up to the top in the standings. Borchardt, playing his last game for the Eagles in 1933 was high-scorer with 10 markers. Next on the calendar came a road trip into East and Southeast Texas, with games against the 1932 champs of the Lone Star League, Nacogdoches, and the powerful Sam Houston Bearkats. Minus the services of the All-State guard, Borchardt, the Myraclemen could not seem to get started and went down before the attack of the Lumberjacks by a sco1'e of 49 to 38. On the following night the locals met the Huntsville five, and again took a beating at the hands of a team that was undoubtedly their superior on the hardboards. The locals were off, and went down to a stinging 31 to 23 defeat. Returning home the locals were victorious over San Marcos in a return engagement, tak- ing a 24 to 16 victory. In the next affair, in the Harriss Gym, the locals proved that they were capable of playing hrst class ball and reached the pinnacle of the 1933 season in de- feating the mighty Stephen F. Austin Lumber- jacks, 31 to 27. Smyers and Zeretzke scored between them nineteen points. In their first encounter with Commerce the locals went down before their old rivals in the poorest game played by the Myraclemen this year, 30 to 13. Sandwiched in between the next conference game was a fray with the A. C. C. Wildcats, which the locals copped, 31 to 21. In the next game, also played in Harriss Gym, the Eagles were outclassed by a great team of Bearkats, and went down 35 to 25. Trinity was the next foe of the locals, and went down before the smooth-working Eagles, 38 to 26. The final game of the season proved to be a bitter disappointment to Eagle fans, as the Lions of Commerce made their jinx over the llentonites good at least one more time, and copped 34 to 26. To most fans the 1933 season was a distinct disappointment, as the Eagles were left out of the real flag chase: however, their record shows a percentage of .500. Nine games during the regular season were lost and nine were won. 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My A , --wrwf , x, 1 H' vk .-,p'i7PJ15.SMM5E11gfL1A2h?fw.'k,?1n:H231'fJ1.bc r,.M..n..x.um.fe . ?!5.e..Eifrw?'Q'1.msJ:-x,:.,..m, mi-Mama: - -2'w,,1.4,',v ww., v ,'5QfH.:L'dV,xnLi!keL'L:JvQ,.'J.?x.x-'x5v:.aF1f62SQk5Mnru''HKIWS'Aki:iMnl7iU.M.n3'rlna3:.:W'L5m..v,,,zl.ff"NewGM. 1- ' x , ,. L1 '::.w4,Vfff:..1-M' A. - M I , iii if AT f. l ff f V v X OK' 'I X X592 i iz. ft, wi - Q . fl N" ,Q ' ,4z,'.Q'2i f pg... '-,ei 'haf ' Track W1LsoN, Relay-Captain, ELDIQR, 440, Captain-Elect FAUBION, Broad-jump, IJAVIS, Distances W. I'IERRING, Broad-jump, P. IAIERRING, Broad-jump With the most promising material an Eagle coach had seen in years, Choc Sportsman's thinly clads started working out for the 1932 season early in February, and breezed to one of the most successful seasons ever enjoyed by a Green and W'hite team. With proven veteran performers back for nearly every event, Coach Sportsman found that other material out gave indications that his aggregation would be a strong conference contender. lVith such power in the hurdles that few others in the state could afford to compete with them, the Eagle coach found a real performer for every hole before the season was over. Following the inter-class and intra-srluad meets held on the Eagle oval, Coach Sportsman took his speedsters to the Fort Worth Fat Stock Show meet to open officially the season. True to predictions made the meet proved to be of the record-smashing variety, with local talent setting up two of the new marks. Cul- pepper smashed the existing record in the 120 yard high-hurdles with a time of 15.4 seconds, while Moore, giant Eagle weight man, won the discus event with a toss of 130 feet and 3 inches. However, despite their record breaking per- formances, the locals could not muster enough power to displace the Abilene Christian College Wildcats from their entrenched position in the van-guard. The VVest Texans took first place in the college division with a total of 51 points. The Dentonites piled up 41M markers for second honors. T. C. U., next on the schedule for the men of Sportsman, turned out to be too powerful for the locals, and copped the meet 76M to SQM. Red Oliver, Frog speed merchant, hung up two speedy marks in the century and the 220 yard dash, negotiating the first distance in 9.8 seconds and the longer race in 22 seconds flat. The Dentonites were able to bag four first places, while the Christians copped eight. Entered for the first time in the meet, the Eagles early in April competed in the Louisiana Relays, and brought back as the spoils of the meet three second places. Contesting some of the best track teams in the South the locals took seconds in the mile and half-mile relays, pushing their opposition so hard that a new re- cord was set in the mile event. Culpepper, in the high hurdles, ran second to the champion of the Southern Conference. Returning from the Louisiana trip, Coach Sportsman took his men to Dallas to meet more senior conference competition in the form of the S.M.U. Ponies. In this meet jack Elder broke the College record in the quarter mile, while the relay team composed of N. Wilson, Elder, T. Mullins, and Hays missed by a fraction of a second only in breaking the College record in that event. At the close of the meet the Eagles had piled up an advantage of 81 to 55 to whip the Mustangs. Track CUl,PlCl'1'EIi, II1mlh:s,' l.UMl'K1N, Mffldlc Distances MOOIQIC, Ihcrdlcs-Weigl1ls,' E. XVILSON, Javelin-Pole Vault ICNIGIIT, IIighjump,' BROWNING, Dislauces A week later on their home course, the big Kleig lights used for nocturnal football encount- ers were turned on for the hrst time in Texas. It was said to have been the first night track meet ever staged in the South: Eagles versus Austin College! The charges of Coach Sports- man in this engagement piled up a total of 86 points while their rivals were putting together their three lirsts, taken by Lillis, all-star per- former, and a few miscellaneous points garnered in various events to mark up 28 points. Ben VVilson, Seay, and Lumpkin ran nice races in the distances, and the middle distances. Dur- ing the meet, as an added feature, the local frosh, the North Texas Aggies, and the Sherman High School thinly-clads staged a three-way meet, the Aggies coppi ng hrst, the frosh, second, and the high school speedsters, third. A week later Commerce came to Denton for a dual meet with the men of Sportsman, and went back with one of the most stinging de- feats ever administered to a Lion team by the Eagles. Wfith N. Wilson, Ben Wilson, Lump- kin, Seay, Hays, Elder, Mullins, Moore, Cul- pepper, and Bryant in tip-top form, the Com- merce fiiers had little chance and garnered only one or two firsts during the afternoon. The final check-up revealed that the Eagles had a margin of 60 points, 95M to SSM. In the final dual meet before the Lone Star Conference gathering, the locals toured into VVest Texas for a contest with Abilene Christian College, the champions of the T. I. A. A. for the past several seasons. At the West Texas metropolis the Dentonites ran into a little more power than they were able to cope with suc- cessfully and went down by a more or less top- heavy score. Honey Herring, though he only took second in the event, broke the College re- cord for the broad jump. Culpepper, in win- ning the high-hurdles, copped the only first made by the Green and White during the day. Early in May Coach Sportsman took his squad and embarked for the first Lone Star Con- ference track meet, to be held at Commerce. With only the preliminaries to be run ofl the first day in the dashes, the hurdles, etc., the Eagles managed to place a good part of their entries in the final heat. Saturday, the day for finals and the other events, dawned bright and sunny, with the track fast, and the wind low: a perfect day for making records. During the day five first places were garnered by the Eagle tracksters. Hays took first place in both the 100 and 220 yard dashes, while J. D. Moore copped Hrst in the two hurdle events. The fifth first place was wow by the Eagle mile vJ INS W-P"i . 'w"',--:i',.',f 5 , K nf ' .I ' . ...V ii. lm W Track MAr.oN1c, Ilurdlcsg SIEAY, Distances BRYANT, Weiglitsg B. WILSON, Middle distances-Distances 1VIUr.I.1Ns, 440-relayg Hfxvs, Dashes-relay relay team. All marks hung up during the day were considered records, as it was the hrst running of the Lone Star Conference meet. Besides their Hve hrst places, the Eagles managed to pile up enough other points to come out ahead of their nearest competitor by a margin of twenty points. A 67M point score was the Eagles' share of the spoils of the meet, while Stephen F. Austin took second place with a 37M total. Commerce was third with 32 markers, Sam Marcos fourth with 26, while Sam Houston trailed a bad fifth with 9 points as their total. Much of the success enjoyed by the Eagles in 1932 was due to the tireless efforts of their mentor, Choc Sportsman. In years past Sports- man has been an Eagle himself. His ability to handle his team was noticeable, and he deserves much of the credit for building up a team with a record as good as that of the Eagles. To Captain Noel "Nellie" Wilson much of the credit for success must go. He proved to be a capable leader, and one who could inspire others to work with him. SCHEDULE FOR 1932 Stock Show, CA. C. CJ ...... 51 3 Eagles ........ 41 M T. C. U .........,..... .... 7 6Mg Eagles ........ 5914 S. M. U. ....... .... 5 5 5 Eagles ........ 81 Austin College .... .... 2 8 3 Eagles ........ 86 Commerce ..... .... 3 SM, Eagles ...,.... 95M A. C. C. ..... .... 7 SMQ Eagles ........ 4-IV! LONE STAR CONFERENCE RESULTS North Texas S. T. C. ..................... 6716 Stephen F. Austin ..... .... 3 7VZ Commerce .......... .... 3 2 San Marcos ..... .... 2 6 Sam llouslzon .... .... 9 COLLEGE RECORDS 100 yard dash 'A-'Set by Fred Slack, 1924 ...... 10 seconds Tied by liurnal Hays, 1932. Tied by jack Elder, 1932. 220 yard dashfASet by Weldon Lucas, 1931 ....... 22.1 seconds 440 yard dash f-Set by Jack Elder, 1932 .......... 50.8 seconds 880 yard run---Set by Lee Simpson, 1929. . .2 minutes, 1 second Mile run' f-Set by Lee Simpson, 1931 .... 4 minutes, 26 seconds Two mile run---ASet. by Lee Simpson, 1931 . 10 minutes, 5 seconds 120 yard high hurdles--Set by Culpepper and jerden, 1931. 15.1 Tied by Moore, 1932. 220 low hurdles--A-Set by jerclen, 1931 ............ 24.6 seconds Discus-Set by J. D. Moore, 1932 ........... 130 feet, 3 inches Shot put-Set by J. D. Moore, 1931 .,.......... 42 feet, 1 inch Javelin-Set by Doc I'-Iayes, 1927 .................... 178 feet liroadjump-Set by Honey Herring, 1932 ...... 22 feet, 1 inch High Jump-Set by Couser, 1924 ...................... 6 feet Pole vault-Set by Shelton, 1929 ............. 12 feet, 4 inches Relay-Set by Lucas, Hays, McClure, Elder, 1931 .................. 3 minutes, 26.1 seconds nu. 5, ff V, f, VR. M , -hm kr X 2-'. 5 X n N v nf' I if f , , J r 1 L 5 c ,li I Q kj, II fk - 5. 11'1OI' Off 1 gg . 99 ' Lwuwoc: .,,g' '.-:::wK w.w...w-M Mau...- ...- .mmm---v-w BSS WS NWMN5 WWMN NWQ MlW l QUHNII 'x 441' -we -v :fx . A 4 1 . N . V -1 v, A A I. -'I' xv w v x lf X s .WC HP A W vw-ww-w,f Humana 'K' ini, 7: Tennis Lettermen: Poouzg BLANKIQNSHIP, Captain, Smrrug AND Bor,'roN With Coach Myracle's call to the courts answered by only two lettermen and one other man with previous college experience, pros- pects for a winning combination seemed dim at the outset of the season. The early matches engaged in by the Eagles did not cast a great deal of brightness on the situation, as the local netmen did not prove to be a very consistent aggregation, however, as the season grew older the squad as a whole improved, so that the season was capped off by winning the hrst Lone Star Conference tennis flag. In the season's opener the Eagles meta power- ful team of North Texas Aggies, and were given a sound thrashing by the young Farmers on the home courts. However, a short while later in the season the Myraclemen gained re- venge for this defeat by winning over the Aggies on their home grounds by a narrow margin. Two matches with Commerce, one here and the other on East Texas soil, were halved, the Lions winning a 5 to 1 decision in the first of the two at Commerce, while in the return bouts Coach Myracle's charges showed greatly in- creased ability and swamped the invaders by almost as heavy a score, 4 to 2. Smith after a three hour struggle defeated his man, and Captain Blankenship took the measure of his opponent in the first of a pair of games with the Austin College Kangaroos. In a return match with the Sherman netmen the Eagles defeated their Texas Conference rivals by a narrow margin, giving them an even break with the Shermanites. Completing their preliminary schedule with even breaks all the way round, Coach Myracle took leave of Denton with his squad of Blanken- ship, Poole, Bolton, and Smith for San Marcos, where the first Lone Star Conference tennis meet was held. Rated to be a mean foe for any team in the league, the locals were not ex- pected to turn into the dark horses of the flag chase, however, under a new scoring system, three points going to the visitor of each singles match and six points going to the visitors of each doubles match, the Myraclemen rapidly advanced into the final round in doubles, and into the quarter-finals in singles. In the doubles competition Smith and Bolton turned tl1e trick of downing Thrash and Sitton, highly regarded Nacogdoches pair, to pave the way for an easy victory over the Commerce doubles team of Lafferty and Bowers, by Poole and Blankenship, who were crowned doubles champ- ions. Smith and Bolton went out in the semi- Hnals, being defeated by the East Texas net- men. Thrash of Stephen F. Austin State Teachers College won out in the competition for the singles crown, though he was pushed for honors by Smith and Blankenship. In developing a team capable of winning a conference championship from almost green material, Coach Terence Myracle proved him- self to be one of the most capable coaches in the state. Smith and Bolton lettered last year for the first time, while Poole was an old campaigner. Blankenship had lettered the year before. The team worked as a unit throughout the season, while Smith and Bolton in particular proved to be first class tennisers in turning back the op- ponents they defeated during the year. Cross Country WILSON, Captain, DAVIS STONE, Captain-Elect, Housawiucnt Only two veteran distance runners, returned to school for the opening of Cross-Country work-outs, but with these two men, Captain Ben Wilson and Walter Davis, as a nucleus, Coach Choc Sportsman built up a team from the ranks of the freshmen of the year before to make the season a very successful one. S. M. U., with a touted team of harriers,was the first barrier across the Eagle schedule, but the men of Sportsman hurdled it with ease, Stone coming in well ahead of the field. He negotiated the difficult Southern Methodist course in 16 minutes and 48 seconds. With one victory under their belt the locals took on a bit more than they could successfully cope with in their next encounter, a set-to with the T. I. A. A. champions of 1931, Abilene Christian College. Led by Simmons, record holder in the old T. I. A. A., the Christians came in well ahead of the North Texas runners, to run away with the meet in handy fashion. This meet was held during the half of the Eagles A. C. C. football game. Stone and Davis lead the Eagles home, closely followed by Wilmeth, Housewright, and Estes. At the final dual meet of the season, before the Conference meet, the Eagles met the Com- merce harriers on their home course during the Eagle-Lion football game, Armistice Day. In this meet, decided by a close margin, the locals won handily, clearly proving their superiority over the East Texansg however, a couple of weeks later, in the Lone Star Conference meet, held on the Eagle course, the Commerce runners took the meet by a narrow margin of 26 to 27. Only two teams were entered in the chase for conference honors. During the week previous to the meet Stone, speedy Eagle, who had shown great promise as a runner earlier in the season, injured his leg, and, though he ran a magnificent race, could not pull in early enough to get the oneextra point that would have meant victory for the Green and White. Wonianis Athletic Association The XVoman's Athletic Association was Ofgilll- ized in the North Texas State Teachers College in 1924, and was actuated by the abolition of inter-collegiate athletics for women in Texas. Under the guidance of Miss Beulah I-Iarriss a small group of girls participated in the activities of the club during the first year. During the last eight years, however, the organization has grown so rapidly that now it is the largest organization on the campus, with an annual membership of over three hundred. Among the sports offered by the XV. A. A. there are swimming, roller-skating, tumbling, tennis, archery, and dancing. In the fall term archery, dancing, hiking, tennis, tumbling are among the activities of the organization. Marguerite Bray, Jennie Dee Rodgers, Frances Hodges, Ozelle Culwell, and Christine Gale officiated at the sports enjoyed by the Associa- tion. The purpose of the XV. A. A. is to further and to develop women's athletics as a means of pro- moting physieal efficiency, recreation, sports- manship, and leadership, essential qualities of citizenship. Awards are given to the members who fulfill specific requirements in the VV. A. A. Those re- ceiving the highest award, are Alta Mae Barnes, Thelma Cleveland, Jetta Herndon, Mable Sell, and VVille Mae Smith. The Hobo Swimming Club The Hobo Swimming club is an organization of students and former students of this college formed for the purpose of promoting and stimu- lating interest in competitive swimming. It has been active on the campus in the summer sessions since 1925. Since the college does not undertake to train men of this school in the competitive phase of this sport the members of the club undertake each summer to develop a swimming team of students. During the past season the team engaged in a series of meets, both here and away, with Corsicana Y. M. C. A., Dallas Athletic Club, Ft. Worth Y. M. C. A.: and the River Crest Country Club of Ft. VVorth. The team went through undefeated, but suffered a tie at the hands of the River Crest Country Club of Ft. Worth. The season was closed with the State Championship meet that was held in Austin on Labor Day in which the club's medley relay team placed second in that event, Morriss placed second in the fifty yard free-style, Forester, second in the hundred yard back-stroke, and Wakefield, third in the diving event. The team for the season was composed of the following: Francis Stroup, Carrol Wakefield, and E. L. Vannoy in the diving: Percy McDonald and Ivan Johnson in the breast-strokeg Stewart Forester and Earle VVoodall in the back- stroke, and Albert Morriss, Bob Marquis, and Ralph Adkins in the free-style races. The med- ley relay team was composed of Forrester, Mc- Donald, and Morris, while Marquis, Adkins, Woodall, and Morriss made up the free-style relay team. Of the above, Stroup, McDonald, Forester, Marquis, Adkins, VVoodall, Morriss, and Wake- held are members of the Hoboes. . ,.,. r , Irrl r A ,x,Y',, Tr- ,,... , fs. V. HQ, j j- ,f', sr ',,'fi't?f. l .2'l+.tlff.1fiff1 " 1 .Wt .... Freslaman Football Witli a number of former high school stars reporting at the beginning of the season, Choc Sportsman, freshman football mentor, saw pro- spects of building up a squad that would parallel closely the performance of previous material. Though not playing as many games as their predecessors, the freshman football team for 1932 lived up to all expectations and developed into an eleven capable of winning over teams of high calibre. Lack of teamwork was evident at times, but this is deemed excusable in freshman football, since none of the members have ever played to- gether before entering college. In the first clash of the season, the powerful Terrill Prep Squad thrashed the frosh, 20 to 0. The freshmen showed up well considering the length of time that they had worked out, and many said that they would have won had they mastered their plays better. After having played scoreless football for three quarters, an intercepted pass spelled dc- feat for the freshmen at Arlington, where they met the North Texas Aggies. It was a heart- breaking loss, for the frosh had staved off thrusts of the Aggies until the last quarter counter, which seemed to remove all the fight left in them. In the last encounter of the year, the fresh- men met the Nocona High School here under the lights. The whole squad was clicking in unison, and when the closing gun was fired, the locals were leading by a 62 to 0 count. Mills, McFarland, Morris, Turpin, and Bailey were outstanding in their positions. Each played a bang-up game. Lettermen for the season were: Morris, capt., VVilson, Saye, Bradford, Reeves, Taylor, VVhite, Dietrich, Daniels, Love, Bradford, Shell, VVatt, Turpin, Pegram, McFarland, Duncan, Mills, Robertson, and Tom Bailey. ROSTER Manning, ba.ck, Daniels, end, Dittrich, end, Grad- ford, end, Bradford, end, Ramey, end, Reeves, tackle, Taylor, tackle, Shaverl, tackle, White, tackle, Wilson, guard, Bradford, guard, Saye, guard, Day, guard, Watt, center, Shell, center, Pegram, quarter, Bailey, quarter, Wilson, quarter, Turpin, half, Mills, half, Duncan, full, Morris, full, McFar- land, lizilf, Isbell, half, Collins, guard, Box, half, Echoes, tackle. TRACK ROSTER Bass, 100, Abbey, 880, Bailey, 240, P. Matthews, 220, Sportsman, coach, Steele, 440, Busby, 880, Stone, mile, Wilmeth, 880, McKee, 440, Cox, javelin, Ramey, 220, Matthews, broad jump, Spillman, high junQ6'0a ker, hurdles, Maggard, shot. v0 cf' 044' . QB 4 N9 QX0 A XQX 2' Qs? 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MABEL CRIDDLE ADDIE MAE CURBO CAROLINE CURRIE DORA FLOYD MARY FRANCES GARDNER MAUDELL GENTRY MARGARET HAYS OFFICERS MEMBERS KATIE PIENLEY CLARA HOIQLDTKE STENVART JERNIGAN I-IARRIET LANE WILLIAM LARIMER RUTH T. LEHMAN ANNABELLE MCDON J. C. MATTHEWS . X C A' L. '2::'.?'i ,.'1?,-f,,q1QG,A:.-51 L fy, A 5 X 1' 1 "wt f w,,'hk.' 1 . A ..- 4, , - -1'Aw,w9.-1 'Z' -A.. ALD President . Vice-President Secretary . Corresponding Secretary Treasurer . Reporter Councilor . Sponsor Sponsor FRANCES MILLIGAN PIIOEBE G. MIZELL SAM PARKER NIARJORIE PATCHELL EULA B. RENO BESSIE SHOOK MAMIE SMITH ANNIE MARY S1-ROUSE KENT STRATFORD OLGA TAYLOR DORIS THOMPSON LILLIAN WALKER MRS. EMORY WILKINS MARY LOUISE WILSON EPSIE YOUNG MEMBERS DARWIN ANDERSON ANNA MARY BEVILL LOLA BELLE CURBO HAZEL DAVIS JACK FLEMING FOSTER GARRISON JOE GUGENIIEIM CHARLES JONES MRS. IVA KAY TUNN ELL LAN E SWENSON GUGENIIEIM MARRIOTT TRAIL M ANTOOTII DAVIS WATT CURIIO ANDERSON CRIDDLI-: MOORE M ILLICAN JONES RECTOR YOUNGER CURIIO FLEMING GAMMADIO JACK FLEMING . ANNA MARY BEVILL ADDIE MILLICAN SUZANNE SWENSON LOLA BELLE CURBO OFFICERS LORENE LANE ETIIEL MANTOOTII TRESSIE MARRIOTT PAULINE MII,I,ER ADDIE MILLICAN MRS. MAUD MOORE EILEEN MOTLEY RUTII MCNEIL PAUL VANCE President Vice-President Recording Secretary Corresponding Secretary Treasurer , MAURINE ORR LILLIAN RABB KENNA RECTOR SUZANNE SWENSON MADONNA TRAIL IRIS TUNNELL ICATHERINE WATSON NOVELLA WAT'P KATIIRYN YOUNGER ORR WATSON GARRISON BEVILL 1- 'li"Hf"'Vf Aff-' 1 Top rmu: IfARKl5R,iPIZTlERMAN, MCCURIJY, HRANIIAM, HAMMER, I'IUMl'llREY5 liollom row: lfuosr, LURRIIQ, MCALISTILR, McCI.IsSRIsY, CuI.wIsI.I., SIMPSON, LEDI.ow, MCCLURKAN CARI, R. LEDLOW . EVA LEE HAGAR . . OFFICERS MARY MERLE MCCLURKAN . L. B. WI-IYBURN . . MRS. ESTIw:LI.Iz PEMIIIQRTON A. A. MILLER . . W. A. LARIMIQR TOM Rosle I-I. D. SIIIIIIIIIIRIJ MARGARIII' IYIAYS FRANCES MILLIGAN CARoI.INIc CURRIIQ ERLINIQ HAMMIQR MEMBERS BASCOM WILLIAMS OPAL MAIL BARRIIR VIQRA MCCUIQDY OzIf:I.I.E CUI,wIsLI. MRS. LILLIAN RAIIII MRS. WII.MA WILLIAMS RUIIY Rmsu MARY HUMPIIREYS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Sponsor MARIE MCCLESKEY JEANETTE FROST HARMON MCALLISTER EMMETT PowIzI.I. ADKINS GAY R. T. PETERMAN WINFIELD BRANHAM BRUCE SCHOLAR HIP OCIETY MARGARET HAYS HELEN JOIINSON EULA RENO . DORA FLOYD . WILLIAM LARIMER DENISE ADKINS DOROTHY BABE N. H. CIIANEY LEONE COCKERELL MRS. MABEL CRIDDLE ADDIE MAE CURRO CAROLINE CURRIE DORA FLOYD JANE HAMILTON CIIANEY READY LARIMER STRATFORD ADKINS JERNIGAN OFFICERS MEMBERS MARGARET I-IAYS STEWART JERNIGAN HELEN JOI-INSON WlI,I.IAM LARIMIER J. C. NIA'l'TlIEWS FRANCES MIl.I.IGAN MRS. PIIOEIIE MlZl'II.I, RICIIARD PICTICRMAN President Vice-President Recording Secretar y Corresponding Secrelar v Treasurer NAOMI RI NDY EULA B RI NO MAMII SMIIII EVA SIAILI ION ICICNT SIRAII ORD DORIS '1 IIOIII GUN MIQS. EMORY VVII KINS EIISIE YOUNI Top row: DAVIS, COMPTON, NIcI-IoLs BRUCE DAVIS . . WILLIAM S. NICHOLS . Ross COMPTON . JOSICPIIUS CECIL ALSUP, JR. JOHN BANKI-IEAD, JR. RUBY MAIE GRANDSTAFF FRANKIIE VVATSON OFFICERS MEMBERS ROBERT TEEL DUKE HICKMAN CLAUDE EADS . Vice-President Coach and Secretary JOHN LAUDERDALE BRUCE O.'DELL NOBLE WRIGHT BURL ROGERS V 41 M 1 M -,W315 ,,,,f1f ,I X' l 3 X ,fm f f I Q ff if r ,zqi j Z. X ---: e 1 Q I k.1:' .f P ' Q-:if ' ' f ",, ' ,i xbk' jff Q ' , 1 V1: h. :,.,. i 1 A, 1",.::,Q .," I ' :2' "": .:.,.:i fi 1,' :,. ',', Sri X . , . . + , , 1 . : Z 4 : T : 'Q " k S ac " ,"' ' f: Z.. ilififf '22 if 'xfl 'If2'4f:' ? f A"'A 1 :', ':" , :'i: i :'i l"A: Z ' ' ":' 1':i iii? ',"., U ,.,.:.,, ...,:.1.:.::, I V "V: , ,.,. .,,.,4. . , ,,,, A .,,. 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MASTERS CHEMICAL SOCIETY - To further the appreciation of the values of chemistry in both professional and civic life. COLLIN COUNTY CLUB--To foster closer association between students of the college from that county. PRESS CLUB-To establish a co-operative attitude among the various college publica- tions and create social associations. CURRENT LITERATURE CLUB-To create an interest and appreciation for litera- ture. IDES CLUB-To increase interest in class- ical literature, and to provide an opportunity for all students of the department to meet in friendly social contact. ELEMENTARY CO UNCIL-To sponsor activities and entertainments which stimulate interest in elementary education. MUSIC CLUB-To bring together all musical students for mutual development along mus- ical lines. NAVARRO COUNTY CLUB-To foster closer association among students of the col- lege from that county. GEEZLES-To inculcate and promote friend- ship among the men of the College. GEOGRAPHY MAJORS CLUB-To pro- mote "good fellowship" among its members and a keener pleasure in the study of geo- graphy. ELLIS COUNTY CLUB-To foster closer association between students of the College from that county. PI PHI PI-To promote worthwhile social life and fellowship on the campus. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION CLUB--To promote fellowship, scholarship, and service among students interested in the industrial arts. T-CLUB-To maintain a high standard of sportsmanship in all intramural and inter- collegiate activities. TALONS-To promote a better fellowship among the boys of the college, and to promote better campus activities. DRAMATIC CLUB-To create a sympathetic interest in and appreciation of the theatre and its allied arts. GREEN JACKETS-To foster attitudes of constructive service. MARY ARDEN CLUB-To create an in- terest in the fine arts and to cultivate a friend- ly spirit among the girls of the campus. W. A. A.-To promote participation in a varied athletic program, thereby developing good fellowship, sportsmanship, love for play, and physical efficiency. WEST TEXAS CLUB-To foster fellowship among the students of the college from West Texas. A TERS CHEMICAL OCIETY GORDON CALHOUN . JACK SIMPSON . KATIIRYN WEAKLEY ADDIE MAE CURBO WILLIAM ALLEN WINII-'RED ALLEN WILLIAM ARNOLD EMERSON BLEWETT JAMES BUSSARD GORDON CALHOUN HELEN CAMP LEONE COCKERELL NANCY COGDELL WALLIS CRADDOCK CALHOUN SIMPSON ARNOLD FLOYD DIXON WILMETII BLEWETT ALLEN ALLEN CAMP MOORE RUNNI-:LL WILRINS BARS!! MASTERS LINGO HOELDTKE CURBO GARRISON CRADDOCK GREEN M ILLICAN MAURICE J . BUSSARD VAUGHAN HIETT OFFICERS MEMBERS JAMES1DIXON FOSTER GARRISON MARY LEE GREEN LLOYD'GUNN JANE PIAMILTON TIIOMAS I-IIETT CLARA HOIELDTKIE SI-IIRLEY LINGO KATEIERINE MAURICE ADDIE MILLICAN CARVER MOORE President Vice-President Treasurer Sponsor MILDRED RUNNELS JOHN SCHNADLY JACK SIMPSON CHARLOTTE VAUGHAN IQATHRYN WEAKLEY LILLARD WILMETII BYRON WILSON NOBLE WRIGHT SAM P. WYNN PAUL VANCE fop row: HORN, MALONE Third ww: CLARK, ARNOLD. SPORTSMAN .Second row: GRAYES. GOSSETT Bottom row: R. HOUSEWRIGHT. W. HOUSEWRIGI-IT, FORT: OFFICERS WILEY HOUSEWRIGHT . . . President ALLEN CLARK . . Vice-President BERNICE MALONE . Secretary-Treasurer BILL CHAMBERS . . Reporter MEMBERS DGENIC ALLEN LLIAM ARNOLD DIE BROWN BENTON YDE Box gL CHAMBERS LICN CLARK 'ONNE CROOK 'TII DAFFRON BONNIE DOUGLAS BYRON DOUGLAS MARION FAGG RACIIEL FORTE ILA JEAN FRANCIS FRANCES GOSSETT MADELINE GRAVES INEz HAYES U. D. HENSLEE MILDRED HORN RILEY HOUSEWRIGHT WILEY HOUSEWRIGIIT STUART HUGULEY VADA MAE JULIEN VENIJETTA KLINGLESMITH BERNICE MALONE EDDITH MANTOOTH ETXIEL MANTOOTH ALTA WRIGHT MARION GEORGE MARION ROBERT MCDONALD MARJORIE SNIDER EIJNA SPORTSMAN PRESS CLU SWEDE SWENSON FREDDY CAMPORA HARMON ICENDRICK CLAUDE EADS . MR. AND MRS. J. D DR. F. M. DARNALI, HALL BERTRAND HEELIN TIIERESA SCAVARDA STEWART JERNIGAN LOUIS HIGGINBOTIIAM NOLYN EDSALL PEGGY DARNALL EDITII FOOTE MARYLICE HILL joIIN SKILES HEIILIN SCAVARDA JERNIGAN HIGGINBOTIIAM EDSALL DARNALI. FOOTE HILL SKILES FLY KINGSIIURY KENDRICK EADS Foo'rE MINSHEW HUTCIIESON HAMILTON MEDIJERS MADDOX PETERMAN VANCE SWENSON CAMPORA OFFICERS MEMBERS LAMAR FLY FREDERICK ICINGSBURY HARMON KliNDRICK JERRY MINSIIEW GEORGE HUTCIIESDN CLARK HAAIILTUN ICATIIIERINE NIIEDDERS WII,l,IS MADDOX RICHARD PETERIIIAN PAUL VANCE SWICDFI SXVIENSON FREDDY CAMPORA LOLA BELLE CURIID SIIELEY PIIILLIPS CLAUDE EADS GUY MCNIEI. JOE SKILICS XVILLIAM ARNOLD I President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsors Sponsor CI-IARLES FDDTE SUZANNIE SVVIENSON MAUIIICE HOUSTON CIIRISTINE REID JOE GUGENI-IEIM MARY WILLIS FREDA YARBROUGII BENNY BUSDY ' CIIARLES SAUNDERS A CENTRN. HIC-11 SCHOOL ' 1'uI.sA.m.mf.wIA L vis I .mf . I-nm I L :P ,Wann Z I L. lr. R. S. Yarqula ' North Texnl State Teachers Collegu Denton, Texan Dear Kr. Hnrquing A copy of the kenutinm ' ' W I I 0 A Yucca , 19.2, has run roue va an placed in the library. I engnyoa lookhmg rhrough lt. It in one of the , most beautiful and lnterenting your 'books I have sun. Wo App-reoilti your aanrilng ul A copy. Cord Ln 1 15 yours , 1, mmf , 2 5 1 I I , Top raw: YIVITTY, FETTERLY, MooRE, FQREMAN, CHOICE. ROSE Mzddle row: I'OR'l'E, CADY, WILLIS, HARP. SNIDER, MCCURDY Boliom row: HAMMER, LANE, SI.oAN, HARRIS, GREEN, BURKS OFFICERS AILENE CLARK . LORENE LANE . . . MARY ELIZABETH F1'i'1'TERLY . VERA MCCURDY . . . CLARA DEE WITTY . RACHEL FORTE . MARY WILLIS . MEMBERS AILENE CLARK MOZELLE FOREMAN MARY ELIzAIsE'III FETTERLY RACIIEL FORTE MARY LEE GRIEEN NELL HAMILTON MAGGIE HAIQ1' EDNA PEARL KING LGRENE LANE GRACE MYERS EVA DELL MANLIEY l I President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Sergeant-at-arms Parliamenlarian VERA MGCURDY MATTIE MOORE MOZELLE ROSE VENA SLOAN MARY WILLIS CLARA DEE WIT TY IDES CLU OFFICERS THELMA COCKERELI, . . . . HARRIET LANE . CHARLES ESTES . JOE GUGENI-IEIM . DOROTHY BABB J. N. BROWN . ALLENE ALSTON IMOGENE BLACK DOROTHY BARR J. N. BROWN JOIIN BOYD, JR. LALLAH FRANCES BURKS AILENE CLARK TIIELMA COCKERELL COCKERELI. BROWN McCAI,I.UIvI GUGENIIEIM BOYD CLARK BLACK THOMAS EDWARDS IREY RINEY ESTES MILI.ER MILI.IGAN TIIONIPSON READY BABB WILSON MEMBERS WILLIS J. EDWARDS CHARLES M. ESTES JOE GUGENHEIM President Vice-President S ecretary- Treasurer Reporter Sponsor Sponsor OLETA MILLER W. J. MCCALLUM HOMER PEGRAM ALVIN IRRY NAOMI READY BETTY LANDON LACIEWIELL JUANITA RINEY HARRIET LANE WEBSTER RUSSFII ELLENE LOWE MRS, NORMA TALLEY NAOMI MILLIGAN FAYE TIIOMAS AUSTIN LANE TALLEY Top row: GARDNER. NUNLEY, JULIEN, EDDLEMAN, ESTES, STANLEY beepnd raw: BLAIR, RISLEY, SCAVARDA, BRYAN, BENNET, CARLISLE Yhml row: HOLIDAY, LAMBERT, CADY, JEFFERS. WADE, JEANS Botlom row: CAMPBELL, SANDERS, WREN, MAY, MCKAUGIIAN, RICIIARDSON OFFICERS MARY FRANCES GARDNER LUCILLE EDDLEMAN . MARJORY BRYANT . JIMMIE LAMBERT . . MISS NELI.IE L. GRIFFITIIS . TULA HAYLIESS MYll'l'l.li LEA BENNET MRS. TIIEO BROOKS MARJORY BRYANT JANE BOOTII WI'I"T BLAIR ALMA CARLISLE MIQS. AMY CAMPBELL IRENE DUNAEAN MEMBERS XIVILLIE DAVIS LUCILLIS EDDLEMAN ELEANOR ESTIES LUCILLE FLANERY NIELLIIE L. GRIFFITIIS MARY FRANCES GARDNER LA VIEDA HARRIELI, MILDRED HOLLADAY VELMA JEANS VADA MAE JULIEN MYRTLE JEFFUS ALICE IQNIGHT JIAINIE LAIIRERT LORIENIS Lum-KIN MARGARET MAY LORENIC MCIQYKUGIIAN NANNIETTIE NELIIIS IVIARGUIERITIE NELSON HELEN NUNLEY JIM RICIIARDSON President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Sponsor EVA JO STANLEY LOUISE SANDERS AMIE I.. SEMPLE TI-IERESA SCAVARDA LILLIAN B. WADE I-IAZEL WREN LENA WILDER MRS. MADGIE WARREN FRANCES LEE WIIITIS USIC CLUB OFFICERS GEORGIA BLAIR . Clmirman WILLIAM ARDIS Voice-Clzairman IRIS TUNNELL . - . Secremry-Treasurer WILEY HOUSEWRIOIIT Ropofpof LILLIAN PARRILI. . , Sponsor MARY ANDERSON . .... . Sponsor HONORARY MEMBERS MRS. B. B. CRIM FLOYD GRAIIAM MRS. R. L. MARQUIS DR. F. M. DARNALL MRS. B. B. HARRIS DR. RIIIIY SMITII MARY ANDERSON WILLIAM ARDIS ANNA MARY BEVILL GEORGIA BLAIR FANNIE MAY BRIGIIAM DOROTHY ROE BUCK JAMES BUSSARD ROBERT CLEMENTS TUNNELL HOUSEWRIGHT CA ROLINE CURRIE MARGARET DANIEL MARGARET DARNALI. SUE DILLON DORA FLOYD MAUDELL GENTRY ROBERT HOLLAND MRS. JANE I-IOIILT ACTIVE MEMBERS WILICY I-IOUSEWRIOIIT MRS. OLGIE I'IUNDI.EY RUTII ICELLER GLADYS KELSO I'IYM1lE LAUEER LAURIIC LIIMPRIN I'IOBER'1' MCI.AUGIlI.IN ,IESSIE GRACE IVIORRIS NAOIII IVIILLIGAN HELEN NIINLEY I.II,LIAN PARRILI. BARIIARA OSWALD ETIIEL RAILEY RUTII ANNE'l"l'E SIIIELDS EUAL SMITII MAROIE IIELM STAFFORD LA VERNA STONE INA LOUISE TIIURMAN IRIS TUNNELL ICATIIERINE TYSON IVIAURINE WELCII J. B. WOODRIIM I I I I ARDIS BLAIR rf. 5 , Top row: Second row: Third row: F ourlh row: Bollom row: . '- .. 4, Q ,Qefvw-Y E ,f A - - I V" J F, e M J' A4442-do A V A. ,. . .1 'fr.fA f -1ff1"'A 5 " I 1, Vw 4 'f 4 ,J I ,Q e 1 1 - ..l , 7 ff' " ,, , .4--uv' WJ' f . 1 X 'Ni 0 .rf 1 J' r WX I ' ,ix ig fy I i . " 4' 2 ,' A 1.. y PN A , ' J, I CJX I .ix H I p v Q' J , I X X . J 1 ' X - J ' J J I ,' 'I ' fi K+ f' ' A ' . , X V I ,fx -4 ' ' -' ' I vu, A xx' 'J' X 4 xlul ,o K' . I X' , ' ' 4 x ,Q ' H ' Elnrek 'fx 1ix.oUN'r, CUI.PI'IPPER, FLY Box, GAY. S'I'Al.I.ClIP Rmzvxcs, MAl.oN1c, CAMPBELL BEARD, YARBROUGH, WAGGONIQR, JAlgRA'rT OFFICERS MARKAY WAGCJONIER President WrI.s6N HIEIQRING . . Vice-President LAMAR FLY . Secretary-Treasurer PAUL ARIJIJGIQ . Corresponding Secrelary CECIL SONNTAG Sergeant-at-A rms Srmmsv PHILLIPS . . Reporter GEORGE Mrmmcks . Sponsor 1 A , fo.. - A N -2 " ,Qxqff ' ' 'J J Jr, .N A A 'J JOHN ASIILEY MARVIN BLOUNT Q. L. BRADFORD CHESTER BROWNING GORDON CALHOUN VERNON CAMPBELL HIENIKY CULPEPPER CLAUDE EADS LESTER ELDER LAMAR FLY ATKINS GAY WlLhiE'l'H TALIAFERRO ARLIDGE SwENsoN IWEDDERS PHILLIPS STRAIIAN SKILES CALHOUN BRADFORD GEEZLE MEMBERS WILSON HERRING JAMES JARRATT PAUL ARLIDGE LAURIIE LEE LUMPKIN HENDERSON MALONE SHELBY PHILLIPS BEN POWELL E. J. REEVES DALLAS RISH JOE SKILES JOHN D. SMYERS CECIL SONNTAG X IELDQN SI-ALLCUIQ ,. If fx f i.kC,N x' T., - it N xg X' I 'N wf' X' fA,. ' xx-F Ya X J. C. STRAI-IAN KENT STRATFORD SWEDE SWENSON MARVIN SEALY MYRON TAIIIAFICIXRO MAIIKAY WAOGONER EUGENE WILSON TERRELL YARBROUGH GRADY BEARD LILLARD WILMETH MALCOLM STONE ? 0 I W PCN "' Nfxx Tnfr row: CHANICY, NIATTIIIEXVS, XVILSON, SMYERS Muldlc row: COOK, SLOAN, IIURST, SMITH liollom row: SWENSON, JOLLY, SISK, CONVLING ELLEN JOLLY M. S. COOK ANNA BE! L H , l GRACE MYIERS l'I. N. CIIANEY M. COOK MARY jo COWLING ANNA BELL WILSON SUE I-IURST ELLEN JOLLY CRRON Q OFFICERS W.1LSON M EMBERS ET1-IEL JOLLY ETIIIEI. MA'r'mEwS CLARA MEDFLJRD GRACE MYIERS ' "I MRS. ETHEL OWNBEY President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer Reporter C. L. POLLOCK BEULAH SISK VENA SLOAN ELLIOTT SMITH j. R. SVVENSON CARROLL SMYERS WINETTA FEW RUTII I-IARMON BRYANT HOLLAND ROBERT HOLLAND DOROTHY ISBELL CAROLD JACKSON I-IAROLD JACKSON 51LPHENSON 1 wus SUTTON LOYVE li. IIm.l.ANn I-IARMUN POTEIVI' R. Hom AND Flaw J. I..-mn SPLAXVN TIIOMAQ JEANES Wu.1.IAMs WARD E. LAMR SoRR15l.s NAUIJII ION u 1 Q -W .f' A" f 4-""" Mir' ' Qlrygsi hl N . Top row: Mouluc, MII.l.lill, JOHNSON, Cooman, SMo'rulcl1MoN, MIl.l.lEli Iiollom ro-zu: RICYNOIJIS, TAYLOR, KLINGMAN, SIIUMAKER, KING, IIAMEY OFFICERS r Blom' Mooluc President GUY NICNIIEI. . . Chancellor WAl.'r1cR Mmmck Treasurer CLARK BLACKBUIQN . . . Secrelary IDR. AND MRS. JACK JOHNSON Sponsors s X Q Af! .X ,,,"' x V :QI 1 U, f .J A 5 ! 3 f ,X X J., J TJ H' V nr' . . VF, 'VV 4 - J 1, K , ew aff' 'J X X j . ,K J J 'x 'f . I 4 J if f' ' 'X if 'Y " X F If b W g xx.. X M Q., v 'Vai , m o x 'x fx. f H I 1 f I pf. N S. ,Q , 1 if -N ' I , , lx .I A ,. , x . ,X v Q f A , 1 f- I 1' .. ,Sf I PI PHI PI ' -9? -T' 1 MEMBERS 1 .N ,Lf L BERT MOOKE MQ' WILLIS MlI.LER Y , IVAN JOHNSON FRED COOPER ,Q , FRED SMOTHIERMON 'KN WALTER MILI.IER DEEIIS REYNOLDS BLAIR BROOKS MINSHENV WOODRUM HAMILTON BLACKBURN EDSALI. FOSTER MITCXIELI. JIMMY TAYLOR Bon ICLINGMAN CHARLES SHUMA BUDDY KING MAIQVIN RAMEY GUY MCNIEL Wl'l"1' BLAIR JOE BROOKS Rwznamniw' ' .Mr . Top row: MARQUIS, SONNTAG, COLREIIRER, WIRz Seaond row: MALONE, SEAY, flAINES Third row: HOUSEWRIGIIT, MILLER, WALKER Bollom row: DOIIDINS, SMITII. FAUBION J. D. MOORE PAUL PEARSON CLARE SEAY DUANE ABBEY ELBERT MARTIN BURNAL HAYES ALIIERT WIRZ DALLAS RISH HENDERSON MALONE LAURIE LEE LUMPKIN EUGENE WILSON BEN WILSON RILEY HOUSEWRIGI-IT OFFICERS MEMBERS WALTIER DAVIS HOWARD DOUGLAS JACK VAUGI-IN PRENTICE WALKER HENRY CULIfEI'PER CECIL SONNTAG HOWARD PIAINES TED WRIGIIT Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer Sergeant-at-A rms JOIIN D. SLIYERS TROY MULLINS DENTON HUTSON ADKINS GAY ALVIN DOIIBINS B. W. FAUBION WILLIAM COOPER ROBERT MARQUIS I DU TRIAL EDUCATION CLUB SLOAN HALL CLEO HUCKABEE WALTER DAVIS HASKIN WELLS . VANCIL BROOKS . GLEN REDFIELD RAYMOND COWART WILLIAM SHORT FERDINAND KING C. L. JONES CLARE SEAY CLEO HUCKABEE ROBERT HOWELL BROOKS Vnz WELLS DAVIS HORTON H UCKA BEE BLACKBURN SEAY PI-:ARSON WILLIAMS B ROWNING HOWELL REDFIELIJ KING JONES OFFICERS M EM B ERS I":VliRlE'1"l' SLOAN VANCII. BROOKS H. J. POWELL GLEN RIcDF1IcI,u WAI,'I'IcR IDAVIS HI-:NRY l'IOR'I'ON liRAnI.II:v CAIN HASKIN WELLS President Vice-.President SecI'ela1'y- T1'eas1I1'eI' Reporter S ergcrwzt-at-A rms RIIIEA SIIOR1' I.. G. WILLIAMS SAM l'IOR'I'ON A. RUSSELL I,II'I'III2R CIIURCIINVI II J. P. MOORE E,IRI.If: BLANTON 1 11ln J.1:4vuII1i x Top row: Second row: Third row: Bottom row: WALKEM, Wlunlrr, CUNNINGHAM, Wmz MCISRYDIE, AlilERNA'l'HY, SCIIROER, MILLER HoUsAroN, Hur.o'ruc, PEARSON HAINES, HOGAN, STEPHENS Ewkllxsxs HOGAN CHARLES SCHROER HARMON KIQNDRICK WELDON WRIGHT . PRENTICE WAI.KIER . OFFICERS I I I I L w P 1 1' - ffg gfL,yL4f,,.., - P ,V , 1 'if 'IJ f "-44' 3'4" fl f, . -,r.r-,.---ff P fig! 4' " f 1 "W f. 4, A , .J V v f f '42, 4- - . yff- -4 75,,,.4., fi X-2 ,-2,-,4f,4,-4 ff-,ff pf K 41' '. ' Q 744 , , M4 fi rf .-e.,.f. I ,- 1,1 rf. , , 4 af f..Mf.,-f 4. f I I .W VJ A 1 219'-I WJIYJ f"Jf Jr t . vi J W wt W . 5 A499 fyfldf ' Af' 'YJ I f I , 1 , - ,ay ,aff A z 1 JIM JW L, k 9 re I M 5, ,V X ,V C f Q' JJ , pf U f uf 1 fx X President Vice-President Secretary-Treasurer Court Reporter Sergeant-at-A rms BEELER ARERNATIIY JIM BRAY I-IERMAN BROWN BENNY BUSEY WELDON COLE CHARLIE Cox HASKIELI. CUNNINGHAIII HOYVARD I'IAINES ELDRIDGE HOGAN WELDON HOGAN LODDIE HOLOTIK RILEY PIOUSEXVRIGHT Cox PEARSON SEAY LAWIION XVRIGHT CUL E BRAY MCALISTER lixJUSENVRlGlI'l' KENDRICK RUSSELL BROWN JONES M.XRQUIS HOGAN TALO S MEMBERS MAURICE HOUSTON ROSCOE JONES HARMON KENDRICK DAVID MAGGARD BOD MARQUIS HARMON MCALISTER CHARLES MILLER J. D. MOOIQE JOHNNY LAWIION J. T. PEARSON PAUL PEARSON NORRIS RUSSELL CHARLES SCIIROER CLARE SEAY JACK STEELE HERSHEL STEPHENS JACK VAUGI-IN PRENTICE WALKER D. H. WILIIANKS ALBERT WIRZ JIMMIE WRIGHT TED WRIGHT WELDON WRIGHT ALBERT ZERETZKE I Q I i I E i i I L TCI! row: RIcc'I'oR, MAl.ONE, CUIIRIE, HoI.I.AnAv, GALE, SWENSON gwejcpzd rmu: g:I5ANI:s, MAllRIO'l"f, CAIvII-, NILI.soN, TRAIL, HOWELL I r w . ' f - 1 7010! Bollam row: I ULwI.I I., '1IIUIIIvIAN, HLVILL, 'IAIIRISS FRANCES HODGES HlET,lCN CAMP . EVA Jon STANLEY fQlCORGIA BLAIR ARTIIE LIQII JIQANIES BEULAII HARRISS BRYANT, BILVILL, BURKS OFFICERS President Vice-President S ecreta ry- Treasurer Reporter Yell Leader Sponser MARGUERITE BALES ARA BELLE BATES ALTA MAIE BARNES ANNA MARY BEVILL GLENDA BEVILL GEORGIA BLAIR MARJORY BRYANT ELIZABETH BURKS HELEN CAMP MARY LOUISE CI-IATIIAM AILENE CLARK MARY RUTH COOK OZELLE CULWELL CAROLINE CURRIE HAZEL DAVIS GREE JACKET M EMBERS SUE DILLON CIIARLIENIE FRANCIS CIIRISTINE GALE MARY FRANCES GARDNER MAUDELL GICNTRY VIOELLE GRANT MARGARli'l' HAYES MILDIKICD HOLLADAY FRANCES HOUGES MARY EVELYN HOWELL ARTIE LEE JIEANIES EUITII IQUBECK LOYCE LEDLONV MARGAIIIE1' MAY TRESSIIE MARRIOTT VICRA MCCURIJY ADDIIE Mll,I.ICAN GLADYS NELSON IQICNNA RICCTOR MAIXLIC SELF HI-2NRYlC'l"l'A SCIIIISTER EVA JOE STANLEY SUzANNE SWIENSUN MADONNA TRAIL OLOA TAYLOR MARY ELLEN TIIURIIIAN INA LOUISE TIIURMAN LUCILLIE WILLIAMSON BENNIE VVILKIERSON MAELE VVILKISRSON E CI-IATIIAM , CLARK BATES MILLICAN MAY FRANCIS I DAVIS - BALES GARDNER GENTRY MCCURDY 4 DILLON K-1, , . , I U . - ,- ' 'fi " ' , M.- ,' ' i W, ' SSHPSTEI "Kiev, b K X ' ' .BLAIR FT " " ' STANLEY H 59-3, Y' , '-- ,GRANT Y my ' Q ' M 1 LSELI-' N ' W N , ' ' Y -' L sh ' 1 L A . . 5 . 'I A "P Q. vu . HODGES f Top row: Esrns, Cunnn, GOODMAN, O. CULWELL, JI-:ANI:s, Scuurfrz, SIMPSON Second rmu: HOLLADAY, GARDNER, TIDNVELI., CURRIE, HURST, Foo'rE, MCCLURKAN Third row: NVHITE, HODGES, MAY, KEITH, PARKER, PARK, EnIrI.I4:MAN Fourlh row: ADKINSON, VVREN, LANE, MCDANIELS, MEREDITH, FROST, PILAN1' Bollom row: SNVENSON LoIs MCCURRY' . MRS. C. L. OLIVER . GEORGIA BLAIR . AGNES MORRISON . MARGARET MAY . MISS EDITH L. CLARK OFFICERS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Reporter Sponsor FRANCES ALLRICD I,UcILI.E ATKINSON IJICNISE ADKINS BERNAIIINE BARNARD GEORGIA BLAIR EVELINE BROWNING MARIORIE BRYANT IWAXIIE BYRN HELEN CAMP DOROTIIY CAMPBELL CIIRISTINE CARTER MARION CIIANIJLER LUCY CIIILIIRESS MARY HELEN CIII'I'wOOn MARION CLOUD TIIELMA COCKRELI. VIERNA COM III-:RE POLLY Cox NEIL RAY SCIIUSTER TIIOMAS I.. TAYLOR MCAI.IS'IIER HOXVELI, ALLRED HYRAN AIJKINS M. WILSON ROGERS 0'NEIL FAN1' M. TAYLOR CIIAI-MAN WIl.SON DICKSON TURIIIN I-IUMPIIREYS BRYANT M CAMI' VVILKINS I RUNNELS MA'l"l'llI5WS COCKRELI. STANLEY BLAIR MCCURRY ARY ARDE JANE CULWIELI. OZELLIC CULWELL LOLA BELLE CURIIO CAROLINE CURRIE CIIRISTINIC DEIJIIION ANNIE MAIE DICKSON IRIIINE DUNAFAN LUCILLE EIJDLEIIIAN ELEANOR ESTES WINONA EvERI'I"I' 'I'IIEI.IIIA FAN'I' EIxI'I'IfI FOOTE MAIQY FRANCES CQARDNICR HAZEI. GOODMAN CLEO G13I,SON LILLIAN GOSNIQY VIIJELLE GRANT EVA LEE HAGAR M EM B ERS GRACE I-IAIIIER JANE HAMILTON ANNA BELLE WILSON MILIIREI1 HOLLADAY MARY EVELYN lfIOwE MARY HUIIIRIIREYS SUE IfIuRS'I' VELIIIA JEANES ELLEN JOLLY CIIRISTINIE KEI'I'II LELA MAE ICIRBY I-IARRIET LANE l.OYCE LEIILOIV GENE l.EGE'I"I' MARGAREI' LEII'I'Y BERNICIC NIALONIC MAROAREI' MAY MAY MEREIJITII FRANCES MILLIGAN LI. AGNES MORRISON LORIENIC MCICAIIGIIAN S'l'IiI.I.A McALIS'I'ER MARY MERLE MCCLURKAN 1.015 MCCURIKY LOIS MCDANIEL MINNIE LEE NICILL HELEN NUNLIEY EIJIIIONIJ EARLIC O'NEAL REBECCA PARK MARY ANNA PIIINNICY MILIIREII l'ILAN'I' LUCILLIE RAY ScELE'I'A ROGERS MILIIREII RIINNELS I-IENRYETTA SCIIIISTER RUTII ANNE'r'I'E SIIIELDS LORICNE SCIIIII.'rz INEZ SIIEER VERA SIIIIISON EVA JOE S'I'ANLEY SIIZANNE SWIENSON LOUISE TAYI.OR MILIIREII TAYLOR OLOA TAYLOR MI'l"l'lIi TIIOIIAS VIRGINIA '1'I1RI'IN MRS. MAIQY VVESSON VIOLA WIII'I'E PEARL VVILKINS WINNIE LEE YVILLIAMS MAIQY VVILSON MARIE XVILSON LIICILLE WILLIAIIISON WRICN IIAZEL MRS. ANN YERIIY ...--, .s The Casl: In rhc Order of Their Apprarunre Hogan. a prison guard . Joe, uconvia , . Larry, a cum-irr, Joan Reid - llnbert Marrin Warden Ross. Governor Moore Stanley Cam-r . Barrier Harvey , . K Inrpccwr Owen: . V. fsfho Dulw - lxFrankl'is.1no . . " lllnrnn ,. . , George , Betty ., 'First newspaper repnrter pl! fvrtuxtit riewlpaper reporter ifbrrrinen . Affrilpelly , .igfilfcne af'K4ff . " Hiekr Ik 'filing rf' sn .. ,H Mm' III, nm iv . ,, Alvis Sinclair .,,.Wirr Blair , Bryant Creighton , Ruth Annette Shields , Clark Blacltlwurn Worley Smith . ,. .Lime-I Jnrratt R... Carroll Sxuyer: . David Rariifl , ,, Andrew Swenson . Deb'-1 Reynolds R. I., Flower: . Robert Marquis Bryant Creighton . . Mary' Wilton Bertranel Ilellin . Alvi-I Sinclnir lvnn Johnson Fred Dnixghertv . Charles Slmmnlter Alma Whitley Mwrris Ward Daviil Rmtlifl Freddy Canrpixm Gilbert li. Wilson l. DUl4IT'!T?" PIIssIaN'rs -llie Dru molic Norilt lexus Slale l-eaclwers Cc CIUI, I ulzhirsl Niglwln THIS TIME: A DRAMA IN THREE ACTs Thr Present THE PLACE: By l:reIiericlr Rnllw The Prologue: The Stage and Auditorium nl' Sing Sing Prison. Ussining, New York. THE PLAY: Lounge Room of the Sluyvrsunl I' ' Thearre. New Yorh Cily, N. Y. Busmnss STAFF '1' Press Re rrwnurive , ,... ....... A ,.,...v . p . ., ,,,,, . . Char Press Representative R. I.. Flowers, , Clhnrle-I Shunulwr 'I'I1cIINIcliI. STAFF Joe .lrgoe , , .. , . ,.,. ..- ...., . Manager ' 5 FI-rilinnnii King , ,,,..,, , , . , .,... .. Assistant Manager llertrnnd Ilellin . , , , ...W .... . , . Electrician X f Noble Wright, Ivan Johnson. George Telge ........,..... Properties Ivan Johnson . . . . ,..,,...,.. ....... .,.. C 0 stttntcs llleeee 'lliylnr ,. .. . - , ,,,,. Holder of the Book To TIIII AUDIIENCE: WI- :Ire happrf Io have you Iuilh ur. Mau we ash you In stuu In Ihr- 1IInlI'IoriIun unril lhe final rirrlainf There may he .surpriti-s uiurrmrm imu: lhi-re may he une.rpeI'Ierl Iurns in the play Ihul you II'Ill nnl Iuunl lo mI's.i. .Currie Frrrnirurr Frirnishid Cimzplinwmury My liilrunriis irml Mrtruru lfurnilurr' Co. Top row: JoIINsoN, WvI.IIs, SOLOMON, WELLER, DYER, Swrvrzirs Bottom row: JOHNSON, WRIGI-IT, BLAIR, REESE, SNVENSON, WOESTERMEYER OFFICERS BERTRAND HIEFI.IN . CARROLL SMYERS RUTII ANNETT13 SIIIELDS . MRS. MYRTLE HARIJV . , Direcleri By Myrlle Hardy I 1 l President Vice-President Secretary- Treasurer Director CLARK BLACKIIURN WI'l'T BLAIR SI-RUII. COOK BRYANT CREIOIHITON FRED DIXIIGIIIERTY R. I.. FLOWERS CIIRISTINEHFITZGERALD BERTRANIJ HEFLIN JOE JAGOE JAMES JARRATT FLOYD DAUGI-IERTY SIIUMAKER FITZGERALD MARQUIS STEELE Coox WARD PRINE BROWN H EFLIN DRA MORRISS JORES HELEN JOHNSON ROIIERT MARQUIS RUTH PIIVIIIIAN FRANCES PRINIE BESSIIE PEARI,F,PAYNE LOUISE REIESIC CHRISTINE REID DEBRS REYNOLDS JICSSIE ROLLINS CLARA LOU SIIERIIJAN ATIC CLU MARY ELLEN S'I'IElEI.IC RUTH ANNIETTIC SIIIIELDS CHARLES SIIUMAKER WORLEY SxII'I'II ALVIS SINCLAIR CARROLL SRIYERS EDNA SOLOMON ANDREW SXVIENSON EI.EI-:CE TAYLOR ROBERT 'FEEL FRANCES TRUl'l"I' SARAH UPSHANV NIORRIS-XVARD ICATIIRYN WICAKI. MAR'rIIA XVELLICR ALMA VVIIITLIEY ADDISON VVOISSTE NOIILE VVRIGIIT VICLMA VVYLIE MARY WILSON ANN YERRY EY MICYIER Top rmu: Foxrra Enfzusn, I-Ionmcs, lfraw, Hurzsr. DRENNAN, Rrcc'roR Sammi row: IIARl.ow, I-IOLMAN, Rossox, MoRRls, BURR, BlcNNlc'l', MO'l'l.lEX' Thin! row: jomcs, GW, DYER, l5nMuNnsuN, Msxscw, Hluxmlcs, WA'1'soN Bottom ww: Cnulclc. l.mvAI.l.x5N, SMITH. EDNVARDS, MARTIN OFFICERS MARGU1cR1'rls BAI.lss . President ARTIIQ Lmc jmmzs . Vice-President f1IEORGIA BLAIR l . Recarding Secretary GLIQNUA BEVILI, . Corresponding Secretary TR1cssl1c MARRIo'r'r . . Treasurer Lovers I,rcm.ow . Ilistorirm ARA B1cl,l,12 BATES . . . Publicist Miss IJONNIE COTTERAI ,.... Sponsor Miss BIEULAII HARRISS, Miss EDITH IQUBECK . Advisers ETIIEL ALLEN NIARGUIIIRITIC BALICS LILLIE MAIE BANKIIEAIJ ARA BELLE BATES AOIIIE BROWN BENTON GLIENDA BEVILL FLORA BLACKBURN GEORGIA BLAIR DOll0'I'IlY BOGARD JANE BOOTII NIILDRICD BRIDGES MARGARIII1' BRAY BESSIE BROOKS ELIZAIEICTII BURKS LALLAII FRANCES BURKS NAN BETII BURTIS ALMA CARLISLE ELLA MAE CASSTEVENS ALIICNIC CLARK BONNIE COGDELL NANCY COGDELL JOIINNIE CRISWELL KINARD CLINNINGIIAM MELTON KOONS GOSSETT SELE RICIIARIISON BROWN DYER BANRIIEAE Wll.LlSUN BRAY VAN NORMAN CARLISLE MCCLURIE ST. CLAIR DONNELI. JACKSON MARRIO'f'l' TIIURMAN XVIIITLEY REID BOOTII RUSSELL HUR KS TOSCII SMITII ELKINS TIIOMAS OZELLE CULWTELI, HAZEL DAVIS ELOISIE DONNELL WAYNICZ DYER NOVICE DYER JESSEIIELLE EOMONDSON MARY FRANCES EDWARDS GRIIITCIIEN ENGLISII ZOLA ELLl0'l"I' WINNlC'l"I'A FEW ESTIIER FLORENCE RACIIEL FORTE DOROTIIY FROST MARCELLA GAY CIIRISTINIC GALE DOROTIIY GOTIIARD MILORED GOOIIMAN MARY LOUISE LIOOCII EFFIIC MAIC I-IAMMONIIS MARY ELlZAIlI'I'lAH lIAI.I. GLAOYS HARSIIAXV . A. A. MEMBERS MARY LEE I-IENDRICKS FRANCES 1'IODGl?IS DOROTIIY ISIIELL MARGARET JACKSON MAIILE JAMES ARTIIC LEE JEANES VELAII JAYNIES MARY LOUISE ICINARD EDNA PEARL IQING FRANCES KOONS MATIE GRACE I,A'I"I'lMORE LOYCIC LEIJLOW GLAOYS LEWALLEN ELLICNIC LOWE VIRGINIA MARTIN FAYE NICNIILLAN GIIINICVA MELTON ICATIIIERYN MILLER JICSSIIC GRACE MORRISS MAY MIDRRISS RAY MORRISS MARGARET ANN WILLIAMS EILICIEN NIOTLICY 'INRICSSIIE 1WARRIO'I"l' ALMA MARTIN ZORA MUNRRES VIVIAN MURI-IIY NORMA NICIIOLS CLYIIENE OLIVER IRIS OLIVER ANNA JOE PEIII-INS BERNICE I'IIILI.II's ISERNICE ROBIERTSON LUCIA MAE ROEERTSON MARIE ROSSON VIRGINIA EARL ROSE JIM RICIIARIISON JENIIO RODGERS UNA SELF IIAZEI. SIMMONS HEULAII SISK JICXVELI. SMITII IQATIILEEN SMITII I.lC'l"l'Y SMITII LICNORA SMITII MARY LEE SMITII ELAINE ST. CLAIR ELOISE STONE EMMALENE SWINIJALL MAY BELLE TIIOMAS INA LOUISE TIIURMAN BICATRICIC TIIOMI'sON NIADONNA TRAIL FREIINA TOSCII CONNER TAYLOR JCATIIERINIC TYSON ELEANOR VAN NORMAN LEVAIIA VAUGII LILLIAN BEE WADIS LOLA RAY NVATSON ELEANOR WATSON ELNA LEE XVATSON ELIZAIlli'l'lI NVELCII RUTII WILLIAM:-I VEROA HARLOXV NETTIE B. WEI,ClI FREOA YARIIROUGII FAYRICNE YARIIROUGII LA VERNE ZUIIER Top rmui Sammi rmu: Third row: Fourth row: Fifth row: Iioitom row: CIIRISTINII CARTER MARY E. I'tlC'I"l'lERLY ANNII: I3. I-IAOOOII ROIIIQRT BUSSARD RUTII SMITII MAXINIQ CROCKICTI' OPAI. BISIIOI' OI.Ic'I'A OWIQNS LOIS JO IIARIIISON DORA MUI,I,IcR DORIS AsIII.If:Y RUIIY SMITII ,IIQNOO ROOIQRS JOIIN MORRISS NIIWSOM, EDWAROS, WIaI.clI, CAMI'RIaI.I., lEI1III,IcIvIxN, Cllll.DREq'4, BALI. BALI., IJRENNAN, RIsc:I'OR, SISK, LIcwAI.I.IcN, MARTIN IfIIT'I'IcRI.Y, XVILSUN, HOLMAN, MURPIIY Wlll'l'lC, TIIOMAS, HAMICR, SMITII RATI.IIfIf, SMITII, jOI.I.Y, SLOAN SMITII, JIcIfI-'US OFFIC ERS V. B. CAMI-IIIcI,I. . . 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VVILSON jnassux Locxwooo -1 218- " 'Z' X XX ff ffffjf' f , fqfif, Yf .gx "'f',-fiX,N.57'fuJyf,f,vf Qxwjyfiffffjf fl, DN. K jf' -'fa ufx' ' ' wf,f9,cf",,Jg7K QS' 3' if ' J N . ff M g yy Nf by vj' vig? X Ziff'- Alsup, Cecil .......... ...... D enton .LA- Abbey, Duane ...... . . Abernathy, Beeler .... Adair, Wilbur C .... Adams, Ethleen ..... Adams, Exa ........ Adams, L. F. ......... . Adams, Rinner Mae .... Adkins, Denise ....... Aldredge, Mary Ola ..... Alfrey, Herbert F.. . . . Allen, Eleanor ...... Allen, Ethel .... Allen, Eunice. . . Allen, Imogene . . . Allen, William ...... Allen, Winifred ....... Allred, Ethel Frances. . . Alston, Allene ........ .....Blurn Anderson, Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Brazeel B.. . . Darwin ........ Helen .......... Le Roy Sherman .... . Reginald ...... Andrew, Dorothy W. .... . Andrews, Kathleen .... Andrews, Maurine .... Antwiler, Dell ...... Archer, Edna Jane .... Archer, Mary ...... Ardis, Bill ......... Arlidge, Paul .......... Armstrong, Kenneth .... Armstrong, T. B.. . . Arnold, Ermine. . . Arnold, William .... Arthur, Opal C.. . . . Ashley, Doris ........ Ashworth, Charles T.. . . Atkinson, Lucille. . . . . . . . . .Itasca Blair, Georgia E.. . . . Avent 1 Woodrow .... . . . -B- Bailey Clifford .... .... Bailey, Homer .... Bailey Thomas ..... Baker, Lois .......... Baldwin, James Dee .... Bales, Marguerite ..... Ball, Daisy ....... Ball, Rayford ..... Ballard, Harlan ..... Ballentine, Orlene ...... Ballew, Opal Marie ..... Page 221 Student Directory . . . . . .Denton . . . . .Palo Pinto . . . . .Waelder . . . .Marshall . . . . .Denton . . . .Crandall . . . .Malakoj . . . . .Denton . . . .Saint Jo . . . . .Godley . . .Telephone . . .Dorchester . . .Dorchester . . . . .Celina . . . .Keller . . . . . .Keller . . . .Hillsboro . . . . .Reagan . Valley View . .... Cross Cut . . .Montague . . . . .Wichita . . . .Arlington . . . . . .Pearl . . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton ..Frisco . . . .Lewisville . . .Floresville . . .Ft. Worth . . . .Bonharn . . . . .Denton . . . .Elderville . . . .Leonard . . . .Plano . . . . .Denton . . . . . Vernon . . . .Kaufman . . .Ft. Worth . . . .Rosebud . . .Ft. Worth . .Archer City . . . . . .Dallas . . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . . . . . .Spur . . . .Graham . . . . .Britton . . .Bluff Dale . . . Cleburne Baltzegar, Nina Belle Bankhead, J. E.. . . . Banks, J. B., Jr.. . .. Banks, Mrs. Lois L.. Barker, Opal Mae. . . Barton, Estill Mae. . Barton, Spurgeon. . . Barnard, Bernadine .... Barnard, Evelyn .... Barnes, Gertrude .... Barnes, Jack ....... Barnes, Kathryn A.. Barnett, Leemon .... Barrett, William Eugene .... Barrow, Tommie .... Barsh, A. G.. . . .. Basham, May .... Basye, Frances .... Bates, Ara Belle. . . Bayless, Tula .... Bayless, Viola ..... Beard, Grady B.. . . Beaty, Evelyn ..... Beavers, Merwin .... Beck, Clyde D.. . . . Bellah, Bobbie ..... Bellah, Carmen ..... Bennett, Loretta .... Bennett, Myrtle Lea. Bennett, Vera Mae. . Bentley, Nelle ...... Benton, Addie Brown .... . . . Berrier, Florene ..... Bevill, Anna Mary. . Bevill, Glenda ..... Biggs, Marcella ..... Bilderback, O'Dell. . . Binkley, Lavonia .... Birchheld, Raymond. Bishop, Anna Ray ..... Bishop, Opal ....... Black, Margaret . . . Black, Norene ..... Blackburn, C. K .... Blackburn, Flora E .... . . Blair, Festus ..... Blair, Witt ...... Blake, Elmer ...... Bland, Geraldine .... . . . .Pittsburg Blankemeyer, Della .... . . Blankinship, Ola .... Blanton, Earle ..... . . . . .Powell . . . . .Santo . . . .Denton Bankhead, Lillie Mae .... .... . . .... Springtown . . . .Denton .....Vashti . .Ft. Worth . . . .Denton . . . .Mart . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . . .Dallas . . . .Larnesa . . . .Denton . .Gatesville . . .Purrnela . .Grapevine . .Gatesville . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Loving .McKinney . . . .Denton ......Frost . .Lone Oak . . . .Denton .Henderson Weatherford . Whitesboro .JlIcKinney Waxahachie . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . . .Celina .......Allen . .Rio Vista . . . .Denton . . . .Megargel . . .Quitrnan . . . .Abilene . . . .Denton . . .Garland . . . .Denton . . . . .Troup . .Ft. Worth . Gainesville Wills Point . . .Leonard Blewett, Emerson .... Blount, Marvin .... Boatwright, Leon .... Boatwright, Van. . . Bode, Lenora ...... Bogard, Dorothy ..... . . Bogard, Roy Mack .... . . Bogard, Sweetie L.. . . Boggs, Helen ...... Bolten, Tom ..... Boner, B. Fee .... Boney, A. O.. . . Booth, jane .... Boren, Ruth ........ Bounds, Stanley ....... . . . Bowen, Helen Louise .... Box, Clyde ........... Boyd, Ethylene ...... Boyd, John. ,...... Boyd, Onata ........ Bradbury, Virginia L. .... . Bradford, Herbert. . . Bradford, Q. L.. . . . Bradford, Robert .... Bradford, Theo .... Bradshaw, Allyne .... Branham, Winfield. . . Brangtly, Ava ........ Braswell, Ethel .... Brawner, La Neta. . . Bray, jim ......... Bray, Marguerite .... Bray, Mary ...... Braziel, John ..... Brewer, Douglas. . . Brian, Marie ........ Bridges, Mildred ...... ..... Brigham, Fannie Mae. . . . . . . Brittian, Bernice .... Brogan, Claudine .... Bronaugh, Jennie Dee. . . Brooks, Bessie E.. . . . Brooks, Imogene ..... Brooks, Joe Wise .... Brooks, Vancil ....... Brookshear, Garland .... . . . Brown, Herman ..... Brown, Kathlyn. . . Brown, Margaret .... Browning, Chester ..... Browning, Eileen . . . Browning, Eveline. . . Browning, Leslie ..... Browning, Voyd. . . Brownlee, Leon .... Brownlee, Odessa .... Student Dii'ectory . . . .Denton . . . .Terrell . . .Mabarzk . . . . .Baird . .Ft. Worth . .Rochester . .Rochester . .Ft. Worth . .Kaufrnan . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . .Ft. Worth . . . .Denton Weatherford . . . .Gunter . . . .Nevada . . . .Denton . . . .Cleburne . . . .Denton . . .Cleburne . .Lewisville .Bridgeport . .Lewisville . .Arlington . . . .Denton . . .Denison . . .Newport .Blue Ridge . . . . .Dallas . . . . .Celina . . . .Kerens . . . . .Celina .....Ernoy .....Celina . . . .Corpus Christi .Henderson . . . . .Wylie . . . , . .Alba . Gainesville . . . .Sanger . . . .Ponder . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton .Whitesboro . . . .Denton . . .Rancher . . .. .Argyle . . . .Denton . . . .Athens Brownsboro . . . .Denton . . .Clairette . .Jaeksboro . .Jacksboro Bryant, Alton ...... Bryant, Marjory .... Bryant, Mary Evelyn .... Buck, Dorothy Roe .... Burdette, Evelyn. . . Burdick, ,Iunaita .... Burgess, Mrs. Sarah. Burk, T. H. ....... . Burke, Gertrude .... Burks, Elizabeth. . . Burks, Lallah F.. . . . Burtis, Nan Beth .... Busby, Benny ...... Busby, Edna Pearl. . Bush, Fred ......... Bussard, james L.. . . Bussard, Robert E.. . Butler, Daun ....... Butler, Emma M.. .. Butler, Gwendolyn. . Butler, Virgie ...... Button, Harper .... Butts, Justin ..... Byrd, Lillian .... Byrne, Maxie .... Caddell, Ernest ..... Cady, Dorothy. Cain, Bradley ...... Cain, Gaston ................... .... Q uitnian Caldwell, Robert .... Calhoun, Gordon .... Calhoun, Weldon O.. Calvert, WVilbur ..... Cambron, Ray ..... Camp, Helen Mae. . . Camp, O. J., jr.. . .. Campbell, Mrs. Amy Campbell, Dorothy. . Campbell, Katherine. Campbell Raymond. Campbell, V. B.. . . . Campora, F. A.. . . . Cannon, Margaret. . . Cannon, Sherman. . . Carder, Mary ....... Cardwell, Anna Loyd Carlisle, Alma ........ Carnes, H. A. ..... . Carruth, Myrtle .... Carruth, Virginia ..... Carter, Christine .... Carter, Woodrow ...... Casstevens, Ella Mae Castle, Billie ....... . . . . .Aubrey . . . . .Nevada ... .Dallas . . . .St. Jo . . .Denton . . . .Loving . U. .Ft. Worth . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . .Pilot Point . . .Pilot Point . . . .Frankston . . . .Denison .....Mart . . .Denton . . .El Paso . . .El Paso . . . .Hasse ..........Krurn ....Blooming Grove ........Prosper . . . .Holliday . . . . . . .Mart .....Corsicana 0 .....Petrolia .ia . . .7 ........ faeksboro ..,..Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . . Ysleta . . . . .Blurn . . . . .Denton ...Denton Waxahachie .......Powell .........Hylton ...........Winters ...Cirnarron, N. M- .........Ronaoke .......Goree . . . . .Kleburg . . . . .Denton . . . . .Jacksboro ......Opleta . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . . . . Wichita . . .Denton . . . .Lillian . . . .Denton Pano 222 .......Ivan . . . . . .Denton Castle, Blanche. . . Cate, Dorothy .... Cate, James ..... Caviness, Ruby ..... Cecil, Rosemary .... Chambers, Bill .... Chandler, Archie ..... Chandler, Howard .... Chandler, Marion. . . Chaney, N. H. ...... . Chapman, Geraldine. . Chapman, Vera ...... Chatham, Louise .... Childers, Daisy ....... Childress, Lucy ...... Chitwood, Mary Helen .... Christianson, Agnes ..... Christopher, Lottie. . . Churchwell, Dorothy ..... Churchwell, Luther W.. . . . . .Gainesville Clark, Ailene ........ Clark, Allen .... Clark, Eunice. . . Clark, Lela ........ Clark, Mary Elnor. . . Clark, Maurine ..... Clark, Sue ....... Claunch, Hazel .... Clayton, Loleta. . . Clements, Robert .... Clendennen, Juanita. . Clinton, Fern ..... n. . . Cloud, Marion .... Coalson, Lem. . . Cobb, J. c. ..... . Cockrell, Leone .... Cockrell, Thelma. . . Cogdell, Bonnie M.. . . Cogdell, Nancy V.. . . . Cole, Laura Clyde .... Cole, Stella ....... Cole, Weldon ..... Collier, Beatrice .... Collins, George M.. . . Compere, Clara ..... Compere, Verna .... Conlee, R. C. .... . Cook, Herschell. . . Cook, M. S. ..... . Cooksey, Bennett. . . Cooper Carolyn .... Cooper Foster .... Cooper Jack ..... Cooper W. A. ..... . Cooper, Winfred W.. . Cope, William ...... P-190 223 Student Di1'6Cf01'y . . . . . .Denton . . . .Lake Dallas . . . .Lake Dallas . . . . .Whitesboro ........Denton . . . . .McKin1iey . . . . .Sanger . . . . . .Rochelle ......Ft. Worth ........Kerens Sulphur Springs ........Denton . . . . . .Lott . . . .Slidell . . . . .Bellvue . . . . . .Haskell . . . .Hamilton . . . . .Athens . . . . .Denton . . . . .Pilot Point .........Celina . . . . .Brownsville ......St.Jo . . . . Winkler . . . .Mineola . . . . .Denton . . . . .Cleburne . . . . Van Alstyne . . . .Graford . . .Sherman . . . . .Pittsburg . . . . .Garner . . .Iowa Park ......Loop .....Loop ......Crowell ........Crowell . . . .Brownwood . . . . .Brownwood .......Krurn .......Vera . . . .IIumble . . . .Houston . . . .Houston . . . .Kilgore . . . . .Denton . . . . .Henrietta . . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . . . .Canton . . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . . . . Turkey . . . . .Argyle Copeland, Johnnie. . Corbin, Jimmie .... Cowart, Raymond . Cowan, Mildred. . . Cox Charlie ..... Cox Claudie. . . .. Cox Mrs. Ellen. . . Cox Flora ...... Cox Geraldine .... Cox John Elmer. . . Cox, Madalin ..... Cox Cox Cox, Mary Louise. . Polly ...... W. Lee ..... Craddock, Mirl .... Craddock, VVallis .... Crain, Dolores ..... Crain, Raymond .... Creighton, Frank B ..... Creighton, Maynard .... Cribbs, Mabel ........ . . . Criswell, Adelaide .... Criswell, Johnnie. . . . Criswell, Ruby .... Crockett, Maxine .... Crook, Yvonne .... Crouch, Debbie .... Crouch, Leroy VV.. . . . Crouch, VV. T. .... . Crounse, Lura ..... Crubaugh, Evelyn. . . Culp, Opal ........ Culpepper, Henry. . . Culwell, Jane ....... Culwell, Ozelle .......... Cummings, Alpha T.. . . . Cummings, Clovis ..... Cummings, Nettie Jo .... Cunningham, Haskell .... Cunningham, James. . . Cunningham, Pauline .... Curbo, Lola Belle .... Currie, Caroline. . . . . . . . -D Daffron, Ruth ..... . . . Daniel, Artie A.. . . . Daniel, Benge ..... Daniel, Margaret ...... Daniel, Mary Virginia. . . Daniell, Mrs. Ophelia .... Darnall, Margaret ..... Darwin, Lyle Leand. . . Daugherty, Fred H.. . . . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . .Caddo . . . .Denton . . . .Denison . . . .Sherman . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . .Randolph . . . . .Denton . .Gladewater . . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton Grand Saline .......Spur . . . . .Denton . . . .Pittsburg Wichita Falls Wichita Falls . . . . . .Elbert . . . .Forney . . . .Forney . . . . .Forney .H .... Norton . Van Alstyne . . . .Seymour . . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . . .Perrin . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Electra ... ...Dallas . .Bridgeport . . . .Alvarado . . . .Denton . . . .Trenton ......Paris . . .Lewisville . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . .Ft. Worth ......Plano . . .Megargle . .Gainesville . . . .Atlanta . . . .Kerens . . .Ft. Worth . . . .Denton .....fustin . . . .Dalhart . . . . . .Chico Willie ...... Daugherty, Robert .... . . . Davis Bruce ..... Davis, Doris .... Davis, Elroy .... Davis, Hazel .... Davis, Hollis ........ Davis, La Rue ....... Davis, Mary Elizabeth Davis, Ola Grace ..... Davis, Walter ....... Davis, VVarren Jay. . . Davis, .......Justin Day, G. Truett ..... Deason, Millie ..... Dedmon, Christine. . . Dedmon, Martha .... DeFee, William J.. . . Dendy, Lorena Edith. Denson, T. S. ...... . Denton, Grayce Ina. . Dickson, Annie Mae. . Dillard, Mary Georgia Dillard, Tressie ...... Dillon, Erman Sue. . . Dittrich, E. C. .... . Dixon, James .... Dobbins, Alvin ..... Dobbins, Mildred .... Dollahite, Jerome ..... Donnell, Bessie Fay. . Donnell, Eloise ...... Dooley, Robert ..... Douglas Audrey .... Douglas Bonnie .... Douglas Byron ...... Douglas Clemmie B. . Douglas Frank B.. . . Douglas, Howard ..... Douglas, Opal ...... Dowell, Leta ......... Draper, Linnie Bess. . Drennan, Irene ..... Drosihn, Cecil .... Duke, Dixie .... Duke, Mabel ..... Dunafan, Irene ...... Dunbar, Maurine .... Duncan, Roy ....... Dunham, Irene ...... Dunham, Willie Mae. Dunn, G. Juan ..... Duplissey, Bessie. . . Dyer, Novice. . . Dyer, Waynez .... Student Directory . Wichita Falls . . . . . . .Denton ....Ft. Worth . . . . . .Petrolia . .Breckenridge . . . . .Hillsboro . . . . .Denton . . .Brernond . . . .Iowa Park . . . . .Albany . . . . .Pittsburg ......Kopperl . . . .Glen Rose . . . . .Denton .......Denton . . . .Texarkana .......Dallas Flagstaf, Ariz. . . ....... Quitrnan . . Valley Mills .. .. .. .Reagan . . . .Godley .......Dallas . . . . . . .Denton . .Grand Saline .. .. .. .Denton . . . . . . .Denton ....Ft. Worth . . . .lllurray . . . .Murray . . . .McKinney . . . .McKinney .......Celina . . .... Farrnersville . . Van Alstyne . . . . .Quitrnan . . Van Alstyne . . .Norrnangee . . . . .Sanger . . . .McCaitlley . . . . .Lewisville . . .Burkburnett .......Denton ........Frisco . . . . .Pittsburg . . . . .Denton . . . .Roanoke . . . .Roanoke . . . . .Denton . . . .Navarro . . . . .Carlton . . . . .Carlton -kd.. Eads, Claude ..... Eakman, Loretta .... Echols, Jack .......... Eddleman, Lucille ..... Edmondson, Jessebelle. Edsall, Nolyn ........ Edwards, Edwards, Mary Frances ..... Mattie Beth . Edwards, Mrs. Sara J.. Edwards, VVillis J. .... . Edwards, Winson .... Egan, E. Hugh .... Elder, Franklin L.. . . Elders, Geneva .... Elkins, Florence. . . Elliott, Zola ........ Elmore, Wayland .... Emery, Lewis V.. . . English, Gretchen. . . English, Lester .... Erwin, Dorothy. . . Estes, Charles ....... Estes, John Dillon .... Estes, Margaret E.. . . . Estill, Rebekah ...... Etchison, Kathleen .... Etchison, Selma ..... Everitt, Atrell ..... Everitt, Winona ..... Ewing, Ruth ...... . . -F.. Fagg, Clark .... Flagg, Marion. . . Faggard, J. M.. . .. Fambrough, Clive. . . Fant, Thelma ..... Fant, Thomas ..... Farr, John Bailey .... Farris, Lela Faye .... Faubion, B. W. ...... . Featherston, Margie. . . Fengolia, Henry ....... Ferguson, Carl N. .... . Ferrell, George Douglas Fetterly, Mary E. .... . Few, Winetta ......... Fike, Evelyn .... Fincher, Cecelia .... Finger, Ruby ....... Finley, Mrs. Opal. . . Fitch, Kathryn ........ Fitzgerald, Christine. . . Fitzerald, Elizabeth. . . Flanagin, Maurice ..... . . . . .Dallas . . . . .Bowie . . . . .Sanger . . . .Graharn . . . . .Dallas . . . .Denton . . . .Aubrey . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . . Vickery . . . . .Iraan . . . . . .Denton . . . . .Bridgeport .....Millsap . . . .Ernhouse . . . .. .Eddy ....Nocona . . . . .Handley .....Azle ....Spur . ...Blum . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Grapevine . . . .Denton . . . ...Denton . . . . Wills Point . . . .Wills Point ....RioVista . . .... Blue Ridge . . . .Blue Ridge . . . . .IIolliday .......Byers . . . .Marsliall . . . .Linden . . . .Denton ......Kerens . . . S picewood . .... Goldwaite . . . .Nocona . . . .Denton . . . .... Corsicana . . ....... Baird ....Midlothian .........Mart . . .Boise City Wichita Falls .......Tolar ....Ft. Worth . . ...... Teague . . . .Chandler . . . .Denton Paar- 224 . . . . Denton Foster, C. H. ........ . Flanery, Lucille ........ Fleming, Jack .......... Fleming, James De Wiley Florence, Esther ........ Flowers, R. L., Jr.. .. .. Floyd, Charles ........ Floyd, Mary Louise ..... Fly, Lamar .......... Foote, Charles .... Foote, Edith .... . . . Ford, Harvey Lee ..... Ford, J. L. ...... . Ford, Tom ....... Foreman, Moselle. . . Forester, Ailsey ..... Forester, Stewart. . . Forse, John ....... Forte, Rachel. . . Foster, Burris ...... ....Waco Foster, Foster, Fowler, Fowler, Fowler, Francis, Francis, Francis, Edwin Mike .... Lin ze ........ Gatteys .... Howard ..... Virginia .... Charline ....... Ellen Marie .... I la Jean ...... Franklin, Morris .... Franklin, Paul .... Franks, Oleta ..... Frasher, Henry ...,... Freeman, Mary N.. . . . Frerich, Alice ....... Frost, Dorothy .... Frost, Jeannette .... Funk, Joe ......... Fuston, Marie .......... Gaither, Mildred .... . . Gale, Christine ..... Gallaher, Louvenia .... Gann, Bart ........ Gann, John ............ Gardner, Mary Frances. . Garrison, Coralee ....... Garrison, Doris Nell .... Garrison, Foster ...... Gates, V. W., Jr.. . . . Gay, Atkins ....... Gay, Marcella ..... Gentry, Ellaloyce ..... Gentry, Margie Lynn. . . Gentry, Maudell ...... Gibbons, Warren .... Gibbs, Flint ...... Page zzs Student Directory . . . . .Celina . . . .Forney . . .Saint Jo . . . .Nevada . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . .Grapevine . . .Gonzales . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . . .Austin . . . .Linden . . . .Linden . . . .Blum . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Newton .McKinney . . . .Denton . . . .Denton .......Emory . . . Woodson . . .Ladonia . . .Alvarado . . . .Temple Farmersville . Tom Bean .lllcKinney . . .Sherman . . .Sherman . . . Whitney . Gainesville . . . .Denton . .Littleheld . . .Sherman . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . .Cleburne .Blnf Dale . . . .Denton . . . .Ponder . . . .Ponder . . . . .Dallas . . . . .Dallas . . . . . Oron . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . . .Seaton . . . .Denton . .Henrietta .. ...Argyle . . . Graham Gibbs, Homer, Jr.. . . . Gibson, Frances .... Giles, Gwene A. ..... . Gillespie, Catherine .... Gilliland, Morris ..... Gipe, Otho J. ....... . Glasglow, Maxine .... Glenn, R. A. ......... . Glidewell, Mrs. Letha. . Glidewell, Mary E.. . . . Golden, J. C. ....... . Golladay, Robert .... Golson, Cleo ...... Golson, Curtis .... Golson, L. R. ...... . Gooch, Mary Louise. . . Goodman, Hazle ..... Goodman, Mildred .... Gosney, Lillian ...... Gosney, Reed ....... Gossett, Frances ...... Gothard, Dorothy Maye Grady, Henry ......... Grady, Jack ......... Grady, VValter C.. . . . Grammer, Richard .... Grant, Videlle ....... Grantham, Lois .... Graves, Madeline .... Gray, Emma Jane .... Gray, Joe F. ....... . Green, Mary Lee ...... Green, Ruth Bernard. . . Greenhaw, Roberta . . . Gresham, Ophelia .... Griffith, Dorothy .... Griffith, Pauline .... Grimsley, Pauline ...... Grindstaff, Ruby Mae. . Gugenheim, Joe ..... Guill, Theola ..... Gunn, Faye ...... Gunn, Hardy J.. . . . Gunn, Lloyd ..... Gunn, Ruby. . . Haden, Robert ..... Hagar, Eva Lee ...... . . . Hagood, Annie B.. . . Haines, Howard .... Hale, Floyd ...... Hale, Luther H.. . . . Hale, Ruby ........ Hale, Virginia ...... Hale, Mrs. Willie D.. Hall, Eula Pearl .... Hall, Mary Elizabeth .... . . . . . . .Justin ...Melissa ... .Sanger . ...Perrin .. ...Itasca . . . . . .Denton . . . . . .Henrietta . . . .lllcKinney . . ..... Graham . . . . .Graham . . . . .Murray . . . . .Bowie . . . .Burkett . . . .Burkett . . . .Burkett . . . .Nevada . . .MiUord .....Mertens . . . .Denton . . .... McKinney . . . ...... Dallas . . . . . .Denton .......Denton . . . . .Shamrock . . . .Pittsburg . . . .Cleburne . . . .Purmela . . . .McKinney ... . .Dodd City . . . .Pilot Point . . ..... Eustaoe . .... Bonham . . . . .MiUord . . . . .lllaypearl ......Alvord . . . .Thalia . . .IIaskell . . . .Denton ....Mabank . . . . .Atlanta . . . . .Atlanta .....Atlanta Atlanta . . . ........ Ladonia .Tulsa, Okla. . ..... Ft. Worth .........Denton . . . . .Throckmorton ........Troup ........Millsap . ......... Megargel ..... Throckmorton ..........Tioga . Sweetwater ........Bells Hall, Raymond. . . Hall, Willie Veta .... Hamer, Grace .... Hamilton, Clark .... Hamilton, jane ...... Hamilton, Mrs. Nell. . Hamilton, Rennie .... Hammer, T. W. ...... . Hammonds, Effie Mae Haney, Frankie ...... Harbour, Dell .... Hardin, Charline .... Harden, Esther ...... Hardesty, Lena Mae. . Hardie, J. C. ....... . Harding, J. Leonard. . Hardison, Lois Jo ..... Hardy, Eleanora .... Hardy, Leta Mae ..... Harlow, Verda ..... Harmon, Ruth .... Harp, Maggie .... Harpole, Viola ....... Harrell, Alvin ....... Harrell, Mrs. Christine. . . Harrell, Irene .......... Harrell, La Veda. . . Harris, Harris Harris Harris Harris, Harris, Estelle ........ Jessie Marie. . , . . Lockie ...... Mack ........ Mamye Ruth. W. B., jr.. . .. Harrison, Marvin .... Harshaw, Gladys Fae. Hart, Jerry Robert. . . Hartmlan, Louise. . . Harwell, Nathaniel. . . Hayes Anice ..... Hayes Inez ...... Hayes Sue Faith. . . Hayes, Virginia. . . Haynes, Smith ..... Heacker, Herman .... Heacker, Nora ..... Heath, Ernest ..... Heath, Marks ...... Heflin, Bertrand .... Helm, Doris ...... Helm, Minor ....... Helms, Mildred ..... Henderson, Lois ..... Henderson, Virginia, . . Henderson, Will O.. . . Hendricks, Hendricks, Mary Lu . . Rubye .... Student D11-ecwry . . . .Sherman . . . . .Greenville ...............Grahani ..............Dorchester Rapid River, .Michigan . . ................. Denton . . . . .Moran . . . . .Denton . . . . .Bellvue .......Thalia . . . .Iowa Park . . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . . . .Cresson . . . . .Denton . . . .Ft. Worth . . . . . Vernon . . . . .Denton . . . .Telephone . . . . .Scranton . . . . .lllidlothian .........Baird . . . . .Pilot Point . ...... Rotan ........Rotan . . .Adarnsville . . . .Larnpasas . . . .Pnrrnela . .. .. .Frisco . . . . .Ernhonse . . . .Seymour . . . .Grapevine . . . . .Linden . . . . .Denton . ...Denton ..........Electra . . . . . Wichita Falls ........Denton . . . .lllansjield . . . .llIcKinney . . ...Denton ...........Lewisville ............BigSandy . ..... Oliver Springs, Tenn. . . . . .Oliver Springs, Tenn. ................Dallas . . . . .Perrin . . . . .Denton ... .Iredell . . . . .Pilot Point .......Gnnter ......Krurn . . . .Ft. Worth . . . . . .Allen . . . .Anna . . . .Anna Henry, Archie ..... Henslee, U. D.. . . Henson, Sam ...... Henson, VVilma ...... Herren, Marguerite. . . Herring, Bernice ..... Herring, Wilson ........ Herron, Franklyn A.. . . . Herron, Wallace ...... Hickman, Duke ........ Hiett, Thomas A. ........ . Higgingbotham, R. Louis Hight, Lois ............ Hilger, Lola .... Hill, Marylee ..... Hill, Maurine ........ Hillin, Mona Roach. . . Hines, J. D. ....... . Hitt, Elizabeth ..... Hixson, Ruby ........ Hobson, Mrs. Ada Jo. . . Hobson, Floyd ....... Hodges, Frances E.. . . . Hoeldtke, Clara ..... Hogan, Eldridge .... Hogan, Weldon .... Hogue, Wayne ...... Holder, Kathenry ..... Hollobough, Juanita .... Holladay, Mildred .... Holland, Bryant ..... Holland, Robert ..... Holly, Penson ............ . . Hollingshead, Hazlemae. Hollingsworth, Erin ..... Hollingsworth, Mary .... Holman, Mary ........ Holmes, Kathryn .... Holotik, Loddie ....... Hood, Weldon .......... Homesley, Appye john. . Hooks, Hazel ........... Hooper, Eugene ...... Hoover, Alberta ..... Hoover, Louis ..... Hopson, B. W.. . . . Horn, Mildred ..... Horton, Henry .... Hough, Evelyn ...... Housewright, Riley .... Housewright, Wiley. . . Houston, Maurice ..... Howard, Sterling D.. . . Howell, Mary Evelyn. . . Howell, Robert ....... Hoyle, Amy Nell .... . . . . Wichita Falls . .Farrnersville . . .Royse City . . . .Edgewood ....Ft. Worth lvlineral Wells Mineral Wells .......Dallas . .Farrnersville . . . . .Celina . . . .Denton . . . .Alvin ......Gnthrie . . . .Pangbitrn . . . . Denton . . . . .Holliday . . . .Denton . . . .Grapevine . . . .Denton . . . . .Abbott . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . . .Bowie . . . .Denton . . .Bloornbnrg .......Dallas ......Vera .......Venns . . . .Midlothian . . . .Midlotlzian . . . . .Houston . . . Whitesboro .......Le0na ......Anbrey . .Paint Rock ......Anbrey . . . . .Dallas . . . .Denton . . . . .Godley . . .Mabank .......Itasca . . .Gainesville . . . . .Sherman . . .Pilot Point . . .McKirzney .......Point .. . , .Jejerson . . . .Wylie . . . . .Wylie . . . .Lewisville . . . . .Bonita . . . .Abilene . . . .Denton . . . . .Abbott Patio 226 Hubbard, Lura ..... Hubbard, Maudie .... Huckabee, Cleo .... Hudson, Maida ....... Hudson, Reba ........ Hufhines, La Rue ..... Hughes, Elizabeth .... Hughes, Rena Mae. . . Huguley, Stuart .... Hulse, Mrs. Mary .... Hulse, Mrs. Roy ..... Humphreys, Mary A.. . Huneycutt, Denona. . . Hundley, Mrs. Olgie. . . Hunt, Lois .......... Hunter, Doris ...... Hunter, Opal Lee .... Hurst, Amanda. . . Hurst, Ellison .... Hutcheson, George Hutson, Denton. . Hutton, Deane. . . Hutton, Exa Faye. Irby, Alvin ...... Isbell, Dorothy. . . Student DiFCCt01'Y . . . . .Lancaster . . . . . .Olney . . . . .Ireland .....Irela'1d . . . .... Bridgeport .Iowa Park Huff, Mammie Florence .... . . . . ..., Graham . . . . .Sanger . . . . .Melissa ........Plano . . . . .Bomarton . . . . .Denton . ....... Denton . .... Gainesville . ..... Denton ........Krum . . . .Ft. Worth ......Chico . . . .Grapevine . . . . .Grapevine . . . . .Denton . . . . . .Krum . . . .Truscott .....Denton .......Dallas . . ..... Maypearl Isbell, Ocie ....... .... S anger Isom, Johnnie .... .... D enton Isbell, Maedell . . . .... Sanger Jackson, Carold .... .... . . .Midlothian Jackson Harold .... . . .JVIidlothian Jackson, Leon ...... . . .Midlothian Jackson, Margaret .... .... W estbrook Jackson, Nettie ..... ..... D enton Jagoe, Joe ....... . . .Denton James, Louise .... ..... D enton James, Mabel .... .... J eferson James, Murvyn .... ..... P rosper Jannash, Alice .... .... D allas Jannash, Jauline .... .... D allas January, Helen. . . . . .Denton Jarratt, James .... .... G allatin Jaynes, Velah .... ..... M iUord Jeanes, Artie Lee. . . ..... Maypearl Jeanes, Velma ........ ..... M aypearl Jeffus, Myrtle Mae ..... ....... V ernon Jernigan, Stewart ........ . . . Van Alstyne Jernigan, James Coffey ..... .... V an Alstyne Jobes, Maurice .......... ...... F t. Worth Johns, Barnette .... .... M t. Enterprise Johns, Lorenzo. . . .... Mt. Enterprise Johnson, Ellen .... ......... D enton Page 227 Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson, Gentry .... Helen .... Ivan .... Joe ....... Marie.. ..... ... Johnston, Mrs. Alice. . Johnston, Mary Ellen. Jolly, Ellen ............ Jolly, Ethel .......... Jones, Chas. L.. . . Jones, Dello .... Jones, Eva .... Jones, Janie ..... Jones, Pauline .... Jones, Roscoe F.. . . . Jones, Willie ...... Julien, Vada Mae. . . Justin, Laura Dell .... Karchmer, J. Herschel .... Kay, Mrs. Iva ....... Kay, Jewell ........ Keel, Nash .......... Keeling, Thurmon H.. Keith, A. S. ........ . Keith, Christine .... Keller, Mary Kate. . . Keller, Ruth ....... Kelly, Jessie ...... Kelly, Josephone .... .......Loving . . . . .lllcKinney . . . . .Denton . . . . .San Antonio . . . . .Denton . . ........ Cisco . . . . .Irving . . . . .Bellvue . . .Bellvne . . . . .Rockwall . . . . .Argyle ......Goree ....Mt. Calm . . . .Graham . . . . .Roxton . . . .Byers . . . .Frisco . . . . Vernon . . . . .Dallas . . . . .Denton ... . .Denton .. ...Denton . . ..... Pittsburg . . . . .Denton . . .Arlington . ...... Denison . . . . . . .Westover Wichita Falls Wichita Falls Kelly, Odessa. . . ...... Reagan Kemp, Mildred .... .... J acksboro Kemp, Ruby Belle .... ..... D enton Kendrick, Harmon .... .... D allas Key, Hazel ......... ..... T lialia Kimbrough, Helen .... ..... S herman Kinard, Mary Louise. . . ..... Stamford King, Edna Pearl. . . ..... Osceola King, Faye ....... . . .Celina King, Ferdinand .... . . .Roanoke King, Otis M. .......... ..... D enton Kingsbury, Frederick. . ..... Denton Kirby, Lela May ..... ..... D enton Kirkpatrick, Annie H.. . . ..... Bremond Klinglesmith, Vendetta .... .......... C elina Klingman, G. R. .... . Klutts, Josephine .... Knight, Alice .... Knight, Audra .... . . ..... Louisville, Ky. ........Rockwall . . . . .Denton . . . .Graham Knight, Hattie Lee. . Knight, Lynn ...... Knight, Pauline .... Knight, Roy ....... Knight, Thomas D.. Knowles, Winlon. . . Knox, Dee Roy .... Koenig, Oliver ...... Student Directory . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . ...... Kritm . .... La Fayette . . . .Forestbitrg . ..... Denton Koenig, Perier ...... .... D enton Koeniger, John Fritz .......... Koiner, Jewel ...... .... D enton Koons, Frances ........ ..... J oshua Kuykendall, Ralph B. ..... ..... F t. Worth La Borne, Dan F.. . . Lamb, Edwin ..... Lamb, jack ...... Lamb, Leonard .... Lambert, Jimmie. . . Lamkin, W. W.. . .. Land, Jack ........ Landers, Mabel .... . ..... Denton . . . .Barclwell . . . .Bardwell . . . .Denton . . . .Alba . . . .Garner . . . . . . .Denton .....Ft. Worth Lane, Harriet .... .... C leburne Lane, Lorene .... ....... P rosper Lane, Polly ...... .... G ainesville Lang, Mittie B. .... ..... T emple Langford, Berry .... ...... B onita Langford, VVilma ..... .... F rankell Larimer, William C.. .... Denton La Rue, Ruth ...... Lattimore, Motie Grace .... .....Enstace .....Frost Lauderdale, john ...... .... W ayland Laufer, Hymie ..... .... D allas Lawhon, John . . . ..... Llano Lawler, Evelyn .... .... C anton Lawler, Miriam .... ..... C anton Layton, Arville .... .... W innsboro Le Beau, Floyd .... .... D enton Ledlow, Carl R. .... .... D enton Ledlow, Loyce .... .... D enton Lee, Geneva .... .... J ustin Lee, Lorene ...... . . .Goree Legett, Imogene .... ..... D enton Lester, Joshua ...... ........ R oanoke Leuty, Margaret. . . Stephenville Lewallen, Gladys .... ..... B lackwell Lewis, Evelyn ...... ..... F t. Worth Lewis, Oneta ....... .... B ardwell Liles, Bill .,........ .... IV Iexia Linden, Ruby Helen. . . .... Denton Lindsey, Lester ...... .... D enton Lingo, Shirley .... .... D enton Lipscomb, Joe .... .... D enton Lipstreu, Anne ...... Little, Roberta ....... Littlejohn, Reva Lois. . . Livingston, Stella. . . Lockwood, Jessie .... Lofland, Alene .... Lofland, Dorothy .... London, Jess G.. . . Long, Adele ...... Long, Loren ........... Long, Lucian Paul ...... Loofbourrow, Nadine M.. Louder, Bonnie Beth .... Love, Otto ........... Love, Rodney ...... Lovette, Cecil ...... Lovelady, Monica .... Low, VV. O. ...... . Lowe, Ellene .... Lowe, Louise ...... Luker, Vera Faye. . . Lumpkin, Laurie .... Lumpkin, Lorene. . . Lynch, Opal .... Lynch, Ruby .... Lynn, Adrian. . . .... -M- Maclachlan, John ..... Maddox, Willis H.. . . . Maggard, Dave ..... Mahaffey, Bennett .... Mallow, Alyne .......... Malone, Bernice ........ . . . Malone, james Henderson Mancille, Arthur ........ Manley, Evadelle ...... Manning, james H.. . . Manning, Mable ....... Mantooth, Eddith Ney. . Mantooth, Ethel ........ Marion, Alta Wright .... Marion, George Reginald. Marquis, Bob .......... Marr, Roline ........... Marriott, Tressie .... Marshall, Eric .... Martin, Agnes .... Martin, Alma. . . Martin, Earl ..... Martin Gladys. . . Martin Louise joy. . Martin, Louise L.. Martin, Lucille. . . Martin Milton. . . . . . .Sherman . . . .Bonham . . . . . .Irene . . . .Megargel . . .Corsicana . . . .Rockwall . . . .Rockwall . .Wob'e City . . . .Graham . . . . . .Dallas .......Como Wichita Falls . . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . . .Roanoke . . . . .Denton ......Celina . .Big Spring . . . . .Denton . Waxahachie . .Murchison . . . . .Dallas ......Joy ......Krnm . . . . .Denton . . .Rio Vista . . . . .Denton . . . .Pittsburg . .Midlothian . . . .Roanoke . . . . .Sanger . . . . . .Frisco ......Frisoo . .Gainesville . .McKinney . . . . .Humble . . . . .Dallas . .llleKinney . .JllcKinney ......Plano ......Plano . . . . .Denton . . Texarkana . . . . .Denton . . .Mansfield . .Gainesville . . . . . .Olney . . . . Wingate . . .Marietta . . . . . .Anson . Weatherford . . . . .Canton . . . . .Denton Pans 228 Morris Martin, Mozelle .... Martin, Virginia .... Mask, Fred ........... . Massegee, Margaret .... Mathews, Alma Joe. . . Mathis, Henry ..... Matthews, Evelyn. . . Matthews, Roy ...... Mauldin, Ola Louise. . Maurice, Katherine .... .... Maxey, Helen Lucy. . . Maxson, Katherine. . . May, Bob ................ May, Margaret Elizabeth ..., . Meador, Frieda ...... Meals, Muriel ........ Medders, Katherine .... Medford, Clara ....... Meek, Bill ,......... Meek, Martha Eloise ..... . Mehaffey, Robert .... Melton, Geneva ...... Mercer, Garriett ....... Meredith, Lillian May. . . Meredith, Truett ..... Merritt, Floyd. . . Milburn, J. C.. . .. Miller, A. D. .... . Miller Cecil ......... Miller Charles L.. . . . Miller, Jack ...... Miller Oleta ..... Miller J. P., Jr.. . .. Miller Owen ..... Miller Pauline ..... Miller Vardaman .... Miller, VValter ....... Miller, William L.. . . . Miller Willis ...... Miller W.M.... Millican, Addie. . Milligan, Frances Milligan, Naomi. Mills, Kenneth L Mills, Woodrow .... Mings, John ......... Minnerly, Albadell. . . Minshew, Jerry. . Mitchell, Mitchell, Bernice Mitchell, Flo .... Mitchell, J. B.. . . Mitchell, L. Joe. Mitchell, Marion. . . Mitchell, T. J.. . . Mitchell, W. B.. . Page 229 Almeda ..... Boyd .... Student Directory . . . . .Wingate . . Weatherford . . . .Woodbine . . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . . .lvfansjield . . . .Longview . . .Iowa Park . . . . .Winchell Mineral Wells . . . . . . .Dallas ....Ft. Worth . . . . .Denton . . .Jl1cKinney . . . .Saint Jo . . . . .Annora . . . . .Denton . . . . .Haskell . . . . . .Sanger . . . Whitesboro . . .Clarksville . . . .Colorado . . . . .Denton . . . .Cleburne . . . .Denton ......Mills1zp . . .Springtown .....Denton ........Ibex . . . .Ft. Worth ......Krum .......Melissa . . . .Princeton . . . .Princeton . . . . .Denton . . . . .Ralls . . . .Denton . . .Newton . . . .Denton . . . . .Lamkin . . . .Grapevine . . . . .Denton .......Celina . . . .Edgewood . . . . .Aubrey . . .Big Sandy . . . . .Denton . . . .Dallas . . . . .Quanah . . . .Denton . . . . .Elbert . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . .Denton . . . . .Quanah . . . .Canton Nixon, Gayle ..... Mobley, Hazel .... Mohon, Hazel ....... Moncrief, J. D. ........ . Montfort, Mabel Faye .... Montgomery, Margaret .... Moore, Bert R. ...... . Moore, Craver ........ Moore, F. C.. . .. Moore, J. D.. . .. Moore, J. P. .... . . Moore, Mattie ....... Moore, Mrs. Maude. . . Moore, Oeva ......... Moran, Ruth ......... Moreland, Zora Lee. . . Morris, Earlene ....... Morris Jessie Grace. . . Morris John T. ...... . Roy B. .... . Morrison, Agnes .... Morrison, Chas. D.. . . Morrison, Herbertine .... Morriss, May ........ Morriss, Ray ....... Motley, Eileen ....... Mugg, Mrs. Myrtle. . . Mulcahy, Bernice .... Mullens, Troy ...... Mullens, Woodrow .... Muller, Dora ....... Mullins, Cleo ..... Murphey, Vivian .... Murphy, Estelle .... Murphy, Madge .... Musgrave, Dick .... Mustain, Rhodes .... Meyers, Eli ...... Myers, Gilbert .... Myers, Grace ......... Myracle, Mrs. Louise. . -Mc McAlister, Elbert .... ...... McAlister, Stella ...... McAllister, Harmon. . . McBride, Lala Dean .... McCall, Ina John ..... McCallum, VV. J.. . . . McCann, Gertrude .... McCarroll, Manuel .... McClelen, Jack ....... McClendon, Richard G.. . . McClendon, Ruby Lee. . . . .De Leon . . . .Graham .......Dallas . . . .Corsicana .......Roane Eufaula, Okla. . . . .......... Denton . . ........ Denton ..........Denton Jllineral Wells ........Denton . . . . .Godley .......St.fo . . Valley View . . . . . . .Azle . . . . .Shive . . . .Newport . . . .Chico . . .Thalia . . .Seymour . . . . .Denton . . . .Itasca . . . . . .Denton . . . .Lewisville . . . . Lewisville .. .. .. .Dallas . . .Grandbury ....Ft. Worth . . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . . . Vernon . . . . .Sanger . . . .Decatur . . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . . . .Denton . . . .Aubrey . . . . .Denton . . .lllunday ......Chico . . . . .Denton . . . . .Burleson .........Azle . . . . .Quitman .Coppera Cove . . . .Covington . . . . . Trinidad . . .Gainesville ..Slidell . . . . .Seymour . . . . .Denton . . . . .Sanger Student :Directory McCleskey, Ma.ie ....... .... W eatherford McClure, Esther .........,. ........ O mar McClurkan, Mary Merle .,.. ...,. D enton McCombs, Mary ......... .... D allas McConnell, Bernard E.. . . .... Gunter McConnell, Gilbert ..... ,... G unter McCormick, Milene ..... ..... N evada McCullough, Mildred. . . ...... Plano McCurdy, Vera ....... .... B ridgeport McCurry, Lois ....... ....... D enton McDaniel, Lois ........ .... G ainesville McDonald, Chloetilde .... .... I owa Park McDonald Emogene. . . .... Dorchester McDonald, Gretchen. . . ..... Garner McDonald Inez ...... . . .Garner McDonald Robert ....... ........ W ylie McDonald McDougal Thomas M.. Jennings .... McFarland, Holman .... McWhirter, Helen ........ ,.......Denton Neale, C. P. ..... . McGinnis, Clayton .... McKaughan, Lorene .... McKee, Ernestine .... McKibben, Evelyn. . . McKinney, Ernest ,... McKinney, Lloyd ..,... McKinney, Mildred E.. . . McLain, Odessa ...... McLarty, Eulene. . . McLaughlin, J. H.. . . . McLean, Howard ..... McLeod, james L.. . . . McLeod, Sula ........ McMahon, Rosalena .... McMillan, Fay ....... McMillon, Norma .... McMurrey, Pauline .... McNeil, Ruth ........ McN1el, Guy .......... . . . McPherson, Austin R. ...... . McReynolds, Anna Laverne .... McWilliams, J. W.. . . . McWilliams, Lela ..... .... -N- Nabors, Cecil ..... Nash, Claude ....... Naughton, Lillian ..... Naugle, Paul ....... Neal, Geo. C. .... . Neill, Minnie Lee. . . Nelms, Nanette .... Nelson, Charles. . . Nelson, Florence .... . . .... Wolfe City .....Vernon . . . . .Longview .. . . .Denton . . . . . .Houston . . . Windthorst . . . . .New Castle . . . .illcCamey . . . .McCamey . . . .Bellevue . . . .Dorchester .......Pearsall Clearfield, Pa. .......Denton .......Denton . . .Bald -Prairie . . . .Seymour . . . .Dallas . . .Sherman ........Aledo . . . .Petersburg . . . . .Denton . . . . . . .Dallas ....Ft. 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