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L-Ii? , -A grggwfg.-Ji' J FZ- I 3'zf-'.Y-.-7.- ' 5552512.- 1 4 41.5-"121:,i::pQ 1, , Nic. , ff 1.1. .V K 412:11 .ful- 4 . , X. .HM , ,huh- W YUEEO NINETEEN HUNDRED Al'lD FORTY TWO DOHLIIIL PLIBLICOTIOO OF NORTH TEXOS STDTE TEOCHERS COLLEGE 'A' DE DTOD TEXHS CHARLES DANERDH RAY mAkT n ---'.. - fm Q , ,sp A .warn . .gm , A M f f ki' 'ZF . ff T -n --.LMA , .... A - CDRDEP1 CDF BCDOIGS A+hle+ics Feafures Aciivifies Organizafions ,NGS Www gui WJ QMZS' K 0 l To fhe Fafher of Teachers College Publicafions Right in the path that Grant's destructive army cut through Alabam', in Marshall County, a scant mile from the Tennessee River, Wallace Newton Masters was born. His Hrst memories are of picking up Minnie balls and spent shells around the place. "We came to Texas in '79," Mr. Masters recalls. W. N. Masters was principal of the Denton High School for ten years and in the Dallas schools for two years before coming to take over the chemistry department of this college in IQIO. The following year he was named financial adviser for the college publications and suc- ceeded in pulling publication finances out of the red. About 1918 when the Publications Coun- cil was organized, he became the first director. The mark of Mr. Master's'work in Teachers College publications has assumed perman- ency, for it was he who christened the Campus Chat and the Ave-rm, the latter from a Hindu expression meaning "the living word." He remained chairman of the Publications Council until his retirement last September. Since then, Mr. Masters has had more time for his major interests, banking and farm- ing. He is not in literal retirement, for he is now part-time active president of the First State Bank, and spends a part of each day there. A charter stockholder in the bank when it was organized, he has been president for six years. Whois Who lists W. N. Masters as a breeder of Iersey cattle, and he proudly lays claim to the ownership of the oldest Iersey herd in Denton County. Nearly every day he finds time to visit his farm. For a long time superintendent of the local Methodist Sunday School, Mr. Masters has also served a turn in every oH'ice of his chapter of the Masonic Lodge. The W. N. Masters Chemical Society is a living tribute to his work in this college. W. N. Masters gave more than thirty years of service to Teachers College publications. He guided their first steps forward, saw them through their growing pains, and, in a greater degree than any other individual, has been behind their progress. To him this book is gratefully dedicated. fi, M777 fix fwmfff 2 7 fell X V., Charles Dameron, Edi+or Ray Marfin, Business Manager Virginia Haiie, Sponsor il? Coopera+ing wifh 'rhe s+aff Teachers College Press Sou+hwes1'ern Engraving Co For? Worfh Kingskraff Covers Kingsport Tenn. Shaw Sfudio Max fmqggf X Q 5 ,.,, hfm si. 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Vin. y Z ix lg, S.: n 1,. - ,fx , wwfvxl .5 .gf ,A . ,A ti jfxfgily ' '-'fm' . f. e Q4 l Q . J ,gf ,jimi Ising.. if: K . . fxjifw 31' v. .. .k f . vitally.. .1 I , ,M M4 -4 , .k K V, 4 3,-.3 " Qgiv ff' V . uw 'QQ .- W me QW' --A ,Q YW 2 Lag? A ,Q nfl .gi 5 A . , ' . X . " f, r- u g., af 2 my 14 f ' 3 5 5. 15 if . EL 4 F." ' 'X ,g " , ' , X 3 ' . 7 ' ' 15' Y " ,IA 1-' P' S . 'Q The i'Student,' stands watchman in the court of Chilton Hall. Clear sunlight makes a contrasting shad- ow design on the white facade of the Administration Building. Stu- dents enjoy the modern facilities of one of the Southwestls finest libraries. Facing west, the Library Building proudly symbolizes the modern physical plant of the col- lege. The lower left picture on the next page shows the Home Man- agement House, the final domi- cile of Home Economics ma- jors, who learn how to take care of a beautiful home while in col- lege. At the lower right on the same page, the Yucca photogra- pher caught a scene in the much frequented periodical room of the Library. f fx f Q 1' fc 'S' W ,. v X... I M-' ,X if i We ,jg , Q . i , 'rv . -fl ,,,, - , , ,sh ag www-. , k X. 'rs Y, .. ., ,K . pr 4 -fa ' ' , x 4 f 4 f 'S xgf -. I , 1056 in ... nys ww' ' mu- .M vu' 106 .,... .ao ,af-. .1-1 -mf-a ...M gaarwazfif' ,4- +2-M ...W E, ,Q 3 wa ,MMM ,W ,....- may -xa- new HMM uw. uw.- 6...- M... gawk ...fn Q- vw ,M- ,.-v , ww .Mia M-wg ,aw ,vu A. ff .,..-N .M ,ww v .5 4, Q, if . ,, b 8? ' Effiif 6 A- a,x. 'A ,A K iff "' .iii in ,W K ,Q n"i1f'v ,,, , ', ,ix 'NW ' - Lg J ff ' . wg 9 ! F? ' v White columns mark the entrance to the President's home. The rain and sun of decades have left their mark on the gallant stone columns at the east entrance of one of the oldest campus traditions, the Historical Building. Sunday and holiday vis- itors to the campus often walk through the huge doorway to the Museum, directed by Curator I. L. Kingsbury. .wx Iames G. Ulmer, president . Iohn E. Hill, vice-president . Sallie Ward Beretta . . . V. A. Collins . W. B. Bates . R. T. Craig . . . Melvin C. Eiclson . I. D. Iosey . R. L. Thomas. . . . . . H. A. Turner, secretary to the board ,-W Y- -w . . Austin ,,..-X-. . Tyler . . Amarillo . San Antonio . Livingston . Houston . .Athens . Luling . Houston . Dallas James G. Ulmer Yront row: I. li. Hill, Iaincs G. Ulmer, Mrs. Sallie VVartl Beretta, I. F. lossy, and V. A. Collins Hack row: ll. A. Turner lserrctari' In lmarclb. R. 'lf Craig. NV. ll. Hates, R. l.. Tlioinas, and Melvin C, liitlsun f :me The session of 1941-1942 is likely to be one of the most memorable in the history of North Texas State Teachers College. Iapan's treacherous attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7 plunged our nation into War and has produced tremendous changes, the significance of which it is as yet impossible to determine. While regretting the necessity of war, the student body and faculty of North Texas State Teachers College responded loyally and whole-heartedly to the call of the President and Congress. Hundreds of our students and thousands of our ex-students are now in the armed forces, and those who have remained at their regular tasks are preparing themselves to serve our nation more efficiently in the difficult months and years ahead. Students on the campus are now in training for the Naval Reserve, Civil Pilot, and industrial defense Work. Others are taking courses useful in civilian defense, such as nutrition, first aid, and physical training. The young women of the college have been active in knitting, in joining the Wom- en's Defense Corps, and in aiding the Work of the United Service Organizations. It would be impossible to summarize in a single paragraph all the activities in which the students have cheerfully volunteered their services. North Texas State Teachers College in the past years has striven earnestly to develop the principles of peaceful, democratic living, and the college is proud that young people who have not been trained in the arts of War have enthusiastically offered their all for the preservation of American liberty and American ideals. The college pledges its full energies to the education of young men and women who will give their lives not only to the accom- plishment of a full and complete victory but also to the achievement of a just and enduring peace. Merited commendation is given members of the student body and the faculty for the saneness they have exhibited under disturbing conditions and for the righteous determina- tion to administer deserved punishment to society's aggressors. May those who have been called into the service of their country soon be able to return to their normal activities con- scious of having done their individual duties well. Dean B. B. Harris There's no one on the administrative statli Whom Teachers College students like hetter than Dean B. B. Harris. And there's nothing the Dean likes better than good rod and reel and Mhitin' Weatherf' As a little boy he must have set a record for playing hooky to go fishing. Head of the biology department, Dr. Harris is also interested in bugs and the like. I-Ie's never Without his pipe, and here you see him in his favorite costume, old clothes and wading boots. D an of Men e Theron -l' Fouls A if 'H . iii W - -r J 9' ffw ? HQ is d S W ,Q iff yy H Bruce, President Emeritus, ceiehrated his eighty-iaith hirthday iast year. it was he who gave i first Yucca piants, now iandmarks, to the North Texas campus. Be- iie YC Dr. . . the Yucca its name and hrought t ie 3 ioved hy aii the students, he is stiii a famihar hgure around the co rg . " of Men: Theron Fouts examines one oi his prize shootin' ' ' ihnsf for victory. i due ttion teacher, sportsman, Dean i htness program at the coiiege, pu g At the same time Physica e 1 . irons. Fouts is hehind the new physica r x ' ' d keen insight command the respect of the students. ,. 'K - ' ' re daughters than Soiomon had vvives, Ci irk s sharp vvit an fris She has mo g Dean Edith L. 2 . . iears her to "her gi . e. 2 gy, nd soheitude ent i coiieve oiiege He is o her mater 1 . for she is mother to aii the co-eds of tie g . A i 'wht safeiy he said to have the toughest ioh in the c X . . ' ' i wn to a minimum. it's hard to keep U r Dixie Boyd mir, ii H expenditures to Business Manage " ' 't is to keep co ege -. ' " an Boyd has many. Min vvhose duty i ie xhng husinessm i it the education ciai "No 1 , . ' s ' htions but square-L 'Q . ' i 'n this one. He e ' ' -T ach- i under such cont , fi ing aiot toroi i Director of the e frient s . A ' Aiex Dickie is nu g ' - - i P. E. McDonah . ' ' - " :sihie. i hrst VVorid War, i retirement o tion whenever pos A veteran of tie 1 f f " r this year on tie N i r that organiza to hecome Registra C' rws he piugs o department ' - VVomen's Defense ,o p, ii we unit of the ers Co eg Dean of W Edith L, Ciark Registrar Business Manager Mex Dickie omen Dixie Boyd Direc+or of Placemeni' Direcfor of Teacher Training Director of Gradua+e School E. H. Farring1'on This 'Liob getter" compares the Place- ment Office to a stockroom disposing of a factory product-in this case, trained teachers graduating from the college. Because he believes in the quali- ty of the product he handles, the place- ment percentage for his office leads the list of all similar institutions with a bet- ter than 98 percent placement average. J. C. MaHhews When he used to be a Deputy State Supervisor, Dr. C. Matthews literally urode every trail in the Lone Star State." His job took him into practically every small town in the country. May- be that's how he learned the business of dealing with people and problems, so essential to his job as Director of Teacher Training. L. A. Sharp Graduate students look to Dr. L. A. Sharp for direction. He has been head of the graduate department and chair- man of the graduate council since its establishment in 1935, the first year that a master's degree was otfered by the college. :yu WW Dr vi Leqciell ' Cora sfa AGRICULTURE-newest of college departments. Birth record is dated fall, 1941. I. H. Leggett, head: H. G. Rylander. ill ART-in this college has taken on Latin American leaniiigs. Dr. Cora Stafford, di- rector: Ronald Williamstl: Rudolph Fuchs? Carlos Meridag Octavio Medellin: Mrs. Bliss McManus. 9l'l'l1ey were 1frX in the Army tt X 1 t cu l i qilw wliilortalwlt- lIll4II'1H1llllf'. don luxu .ind Cltlllllg tlotliw. .md get Ee , Jae fl ilwfwf BIBLE-is directed and staffed by Dr. W. T. Rouse. QIIBIOLOGY-dealing in microscopes, bugs, anatomy, evolution. Dr. B. B. Harris, director, Dr. Ola Iohnston, Dr. Iames McBryde, Dr. I. K. G. Silvey, I. H. Leggett, Dr. C. L. Schloemer. CII BUSINESS EDUCATION-finds a multiplying demand for its training. W. A. Larimer, director, Dr. H. D. Shepherd, A. A. Miller, Tom Rose, Miss Caroline Currie, B. L. Newton, C. B. Tate, Miss Opal 'Wright, Miss Eula Reno? . . 'II CHEMISTRY-is guilty of compound- ing those nose-wrinkling smells on the northwest corner of the campus. Dr. I. L. Carrico, director, L. P. Floyd, Dr. I. I. Spurlock, Gilbert Wilson, Miss Addie Mae Curbo, T. A. Willard. III ECONOM- ICS and SOCIOLOGY-concerned with production, distribution, consumption, trusts, corporations, and monopolies. Dr. Iack Iohnson, director, Dr. R. L. Con- rod, Dr. Sam Barton, Ross Compton. . . fIIEDUCATION-vortex of the North Texas curriculum . . . trains the people who will mold the opinions of tomorrow. Dr. G. A. Odam, head, Dr. Harold Bren- holtz, Dr. V. Y. Craig, Miss Nellie Grif- fiths, Dr. I. C. Matthews, Dr. L. A. Sharp, Dr. I. F. Webb, Dr. Merl Bonney, Dr. R. L. Marquis, Ir., Max Huebner, A. G. Koenig, Miss Carolyn McMullan, Miss Annabelle Pritchard, William G. Woods, Sidney Hamilton. 'II ENGLISH -wages war on split infinitives, comma blunders. Promotes perfection of written, spoken expression. Dr. Floyd Stovall, di- rector, Dr. E. C. Brodie, Dr. F. M. Dar- nall, Dr. A. M. Sampley, B. E. Looney, Miss Mary Patchell, Miss Bessie Shook, Miss Mamie Smith, Miss Mary Sweet, Dr. M. P. Wells, Dr. E. G. Ballard, Miss Nellie Cleveland, Dr. E. S. Clifton, Miss Virginia Haile, I. M. Logue, Dr. W. F. McNeir, Miss Mary Tom Osborne, Miss Anne Birdwell. "'On leave I Bible Dr. W. T. Rouse In fr. 7 ?X!f ,F 4 . s 1T.ffiSlQ-fl' 1 Dr. B. B. Harris W. A. Larimer L. P. Floyd i - Z,,mg5S,.lx 831179 Dr. Jack Johnson Dr. G. A. Odam Dr. Floyd Sfovall if .. ' 4 e , lvmlaifsmi,.4'g1f1fiL3afk,:?,v- Dr. Henry Dannelley Dr. Walfer Hansen J. W. Pender Hsgmexyf """ gi, A' , ,"',"...f : ' L I H T Z.'f .2117 P ,. . W .4 V. l , , ,........fw---- Dr. L. W. New+on Dr. Florence Scoular Dr. S. A. Blackburn Journalism " C. E. Shulorcl X xxx wi Ma QIFOREICN LANGUAGES-instructs in the uOui, oui's" and "Si, si's." Dr. Hen- ry Dannelley, director, I. N. Brown, Miss Virginia Calloway, I. R. Smiley. . . 'IIGEOGRAPHY-interested in maps, climate and weather, mountains and rivers. Dr. Walter Hansen, director, Miss Mary Io Cowling. QI GOVERNMENT- politics are the dish of this department. Constitutions constitute suhject for its examination. I. W. Pender, director, Dr. Sam McAlister, Dr. Ioe Rayf, Dr. C. N. Fortenberry, Bullock Hyderx, York Will- hern. QIHISTORY-puts past, present, and future into perspective. Dr. L. W. Newton, director, Dr. I. L. Kingsbury, Dr. Anna Powell, Dr. C. A. Bridges, Miss Cora Belle Wilson. HOME ECO- NOMICS-turns out cake makers to put grandmother to shame, homemakers to meet the most exacting requirements. Dr. Florence Scoular, director, Dr. Editha Luecke, Miss Muriel Williams, Miss Iessie Acker, Miss Myra Sowell, Miss Clara Dodson, Miss Luella Williams, Miss Marjorie Acheson. IH INDUSTRIAL ARTS-assumes grave importance in this period of crisis. Offers essential training in war industries. Dr. S. A. Blackburn, director, I. D. Hall, Wayne Adams, C. C. Davis, Harold Farmer, Boh Martin. QIIOURNALISM-crams data relative to the Hve W's, leads, picas, type lice, and hell boxes into cuhs' heads. C. E. Shuford, director. i'Resigned l 59 ilwfffv QILIBRARY SERVICE-aims to ac- quaint the student with books for self- education and a cultural basis. Dr. William Stanley Hoole, director, Kenneth Hunts? 5 Mrs. George Meddersg Miss Anna Harriet Heyerg Miss Dorothy Thomas, Miss Mabel Wilkerson. QIMATHE- MATICS-'rithmetic grown up. Gives future brain trusters a chance to cut their teeth on statistics. Dr. E. H. Hanson, di- rector 5 Miss Myrtle Brown, Amos Barks- dale g Dr. I. V. Cooke. QI MUSIC-from Bach to Beethoven, with sharps and Hats as tools in trade. Dr. Wilfred C. Bain, di- rector 5 Miss Mary Anderson, Floyd Gra- ham, Miss Gladys Kelso 5 Harry Parshallg Iohn Mclntireg Earl Connettexg Mrs. Margie Stafford, Frank McKinley, Roy Will, Louis Nicholas. QIPHYSICS- electrons, light and heat, radio code- everything from photography to Civil Pi- lot Training. L. L. Miller, director, Fred Connell 3 William Tittlefxg 111 SPEECH- for those who love the smell of grease paint, the glare of footlights, curtain calls. Mrs. Olive M. Iohnson, director, Mrs. Myrtle Hardy. QITEACHER TRAIN- ING-chore for every senior, student teaching. First application of classroom principles, testing ground. Dr. I. C. Mat- thews, directorg Miss Florence Culling Mrs. Velma Smith Selby, Mrs. Mabel Criddle. L 'Gone with the draft Library Service Dr. W. S. Hoole I l XSL Dr. E. H. Hanson Dr. W. C. Bain Theron J. Fou+s .wr !'fiqfK L, .Ji .-.' L , ' - 1 1 ' L. L. Miller Mrs, Olive M. Johnson Dr. J. C. MaH'hews A T RI B U T E . . . for Service Rendered Tkrx. J R. Swenson J- E. Blair Mrs. Pearl McCracken came to Denton's Normal School in 1902 as an assistant in English. She took over the management of the embryonic college library and helped it to grow from an apron full of books to the sec- ond largest teachers college li- . brary in the United States, the ranking achieved this year. For 37 years Mrs. McCracken served y as College Librarian. From l 1939 until her retirement last September she remained on P- E- MCDOWICI duty as Librarian Emeritus. Mrs. Pearl McCracken I. R. Swenson joined the Normal faculty in 1907 as a teacher of English and civics. From 1920 until his re- tirement he was professor and director of the department of geography. Deeply respected for his broad in- telligence, Swenson is perhaps best known for his interest in astronomy, a contagion that has set thousands of students who have passed through his classes to star gazing. P. E. McDonald, a member of the teaching stat? since 1907, came to the school as a teacher of Latin, mathe- matics, and as Registrar in 1920, the post he held up to his retirement. Mr. McDonald has always prided him- self on remembering the names of practically all students who have matriculated at North Texas. I. E. Blair, familiarly known on the campus as '4Dad,l' First came to the college as a student. His first degree was a B.A. from North Texas State Teachers College. He came back to the school in 1921 as professor of education. From 1927 until the time of his retirement, L'Dad" Blair served as Director of Extension. I L W l A ,flf gl S: 'L 'F S ' ' I , , - 6, 1 t is Q2 I nw 4 L 3 W? 5 im YE J xif? G Www FN l,-X J' Itls khaki, regulations, and Army stuff for Malcolm Graham, who was gradu- ate president until he left for Sheppard Field. Doyle iWalker winds up a brilliant col- lege career, having been an academic football star, campus high-shot, and vice-prexy of the grads. I-Ie is in the Marines now. Doris Whiteside, able right arm of LJ nn, ,wx 9' " W lm Ls.. , was -1 4, ,- placement-man Farrington, keeps tabs and cheeks Hnances for the graduates. , V - Nettie Maxine Iewell Elizabe Elementary Grace Boyd Henderson County Club Dorothy Churchwell A A A Library Service AA A A Trinidad C uintilians: Q ! Chi: House Ouida Clemons A A ,,.,. Music A A A A Aibilmc Terrill llall hostess: graduate tutor in music department Loyd Conyers VV. N. Ma Science George Copp Mathematic Ralph Daniel 'I alonsi Phi Floyd Davis Kappa Delta Pi, president, .41-.422 Gammadions: Association of Sciences: WA NA Masters Chemical Society lames A. Debenham A History Dwzmzz EA D. Cridille Historical Society Laura Helen Denman A A A Physical Education Fort Worth Delta Psi Kappa: Green Iacketsg VV. R. A.: graduate tutor in physical education department: Physical Education Professional Club Dorothy Eakl Ellen H. Richards Club: Psychology Club: House Presidents' Club 'i sters Chemical Society: Pre-Med Club: Texas -'xmtleim' of Baher Music Wichita Falls th Ballew Home Economics Cleburne Council: lillen Ii. Richards Club A A A A A A A Elementary Education A A A .itlzens Senior Mary Ardensg assistant in speech department: Alpha l residents' Club AA ABiologyAA A A Suinllo A A A A A AMathematiCs A A A A Denton s Club A A A A A A A Music A A A Kerwis Mu Alpha: Phi Delta Kappa A A A A ,Biology AAAA A A A A A A A Denim? e A A A A A A A AHome Economics A A A Fort Wortfi A SCI-1111 shot for sure-for who could imagine all those home-ec gals smiling at their sewing? Page 37 I' , t t ,, 2 z, i f Wg as xi Helen Havens ............. Music ..,... . , . Fort Worth Vvliois Who in American Colleges and Universitiesg Sigma Alpha Iota: A Cappella Choirg Oratorio Society: tutor in music department Ruby Herd . . . ,Home Economics , . . Denton Mabel Hollis ...... . . .Music . . . Oklahoma City, Olqla. Sigma Alpha Iota Abner House . ., .... Public School Administration Era Perry Max Iohnston ........ Biology ,.......... . , Denton Yilertl Who's Who in biology department: Texas Academy of Science: assistant in biology department Iames Hollis Iones . , . ,Chemistry . Crawford Chemistry Club Iohnny Karnes ,.,,....... Secondary Education Denton Beta Alpha Rho Betag Interfraternity Council: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Chi: Cammadions: Industrial Arts Club. president, '39-'41 Loreta Lewis .,....,,...... Home Economics , , llllldlllflllitlll lillen ll. Richards Club: Alpha Chi: Ilouse Presidents' Club Ieanette Lorenzen ..,..,,.. Elementary Education Newcastle Kappa Theta Pi: Mary Ardensg Elementary Council Princess Martin ,.., . ., English . ..... Colorado City Kappa Delta Pig Sigma Tau Ileltaz House Presidents' Club: associate edi- tor of .lrertiiz graduate tutor in English department: Whos YVho in .Xnierican Colleges and Universities. 'ai-'41 Don Micks .....,.....,... Biology ,,....... , . A Rusk Beta Alpha Rho Beta: Texas Academy of Science: assistant in biology department A. Frank Nelson ..,....,.. Secondary Education , , Moody Industrial Arts Club: Twins Club: assistant in industrial arts department: 'all Ymui VVho's XVho in industrial arts department, l40'l4I .- 1 - :y: 5 X V Agn, Alix? K IM :ii - vs 2 td 5.55 i ... lm " 1,54 , 143 Page 53 Bob M. Oliver . . . . , . , , Chemistry .,.... Tfllbidfdflcl W. N. Masters Chemical Society: Alpha Chi: assistant in chemistry department Iohn H. Reagan .. , ... Physical liducation Professional Cluh: Square Dance Clulm Francis Reed . . , . . , . . . College Players: VV. N, Maste Ruby K. Rippy . . Robert Sloan ,..... . E. IJ. Criddle Historical Society: Camera Club: Twins Club, co-president, '59-'4o: Mathematics Cluli. p department. 'ao-'42 Cameron Stallings ,. . . . VV. N. Masters Chemical Society: assistant in chemistry department, Af'-'42 Price Truitt . . . , . Football, '48-'gqz Track. 133: Academy of Science: Mathematics Cluh: assistant in chemistry depart- ment, '40--422 Yuertz Who's VVho in chemistry department, '41-'41 Hermione S. Vaughan , Tutor in music department Mildred Wilkerson Vick ..., Delta Psi Kappag Green Iackets Doyle Walker . ,, . Foothall, '38-'4o: Ceezles, president. 'air Athletic Council: YVho's Who in American Colleges and Uni VVho in physical education department. '41-'42 Iessie Lee Wilkinson ..... VV. R. A.: Physical liducati physical education department Dan H. Yarhro . . . . Basketball coach: instructor in physical education department: Physical Education Professional Club sponsor: T-Club Physical Education . New London Chemistry ,... Denmfz rs Chemical Society Music Pilot Point Mathematics . , . . Denton resident. lit-'.i2: assistant in mathematics Chemistry .... . . . Bl't'Ck67ll'l'0'gC' Chemistry . . Gaimavzfillf- XV, N. Masters Chemical Society: Texas Music lllllfhl-lt! Falls E Physical Education Sjlrlngtozwz Secondary Education . , . Claude Yersities: Alpha Chi: T-Cluh: Yllfftl YVho's Physical Education . . , Elbert on Professional Club: graduate tutor in Business Education , . , Fc-ryan Arrsnz editor lean XValsh deviates from editorial routine to serve at the President's tall reception. H Page 39 ig. 1' f i 1 , ia? Q, I l 53551 f , . ,. L--: .V Kaus: f- ' af' f wg' I "' .Jr K 1' . ea., 1 RJ , any xr A Senior head rnan David Moore takes a couple of puffs in between a full-time schedule of advanced CPT training in Dallas and regular classes here in Denton. A. B. Tate held down the vice-prexy's job until he joined up with Uncle Sam as physical instructor in the Navy. Campus favorite Ellena Fayne White is the secretary-treasurer of the senior class. , J '52 ,A fb aff S, ffl Q lohnnie Abbott , . . . , Home Economics . . . . . . Mart Senior Mary' Ardens: Ilouse Presidents' Club: Ellen H. Richards Club Georgene Adams . . . ..., Business Education . : , Fort Worth Pi Omega Pi: Alpha Chi: Kappa Ilelta Pi: If. D. Criddle Historical Society' Richard Allen ,.,,, . . . Music .............. . . , Alpine Phi Mu Alpha: Stage Band: Pi Phi Pi: Salon Orchestra: College Sym- X ' phony: Symphonic Band Doris Mae Allred ,.,. .... I Iome Economics . Wichita Fall.: Senior Mary' Arclens: Baptist Student Union Council: Ellen H. Richards Club: House Presidents' Club Dan I.. Anderson , . ...., Education and Psychology Carlton Phi Delta Kappa: Psychology' Club, president, '41-'4z: Alpha Chi Mariorie Arnold . . .. Business Education . Goree I'i Omega Pi: Alpha Chi: Current Literature Club: Psychology' Club Ioe Charles Ashby . . . . Business Education i . Psychology' Club: Pi Omega Pi: Alpha Chi Erwin Ashton . Geezles Vernon Ashton Uri-zlcs Billie lean Atkins . VVeda Fay Atkinson Pan-American Student Billie Ioy Austin . . . Industrial Arts , .. Physical Education . .. Home Economics . . English and Spanish . Forum ,. , . Library Service . H 1'c'c'lQen1'1'd ge G16ll176llfLlfl'I' Gladezzfuler .. , Sllidefl Valley View Elertnz Iumor and Senior Mary Ardens: E. IP. Griddle Ilistorical Society: first yice-pr'esitlcl1t dormito Lucile Ayres ..... Camera Club: Mayerick Club: Student Club Harry Babasin ,..,. Symphony Orchestra: Leta Valarie Barlow Lorraine Barton ...... Elementary Council Luna Belle Beachum , ries, '41-'41 . .. . Art . . . .. , .... . , Coleman Religious Council: Psychology . . . . Music Vernon Symphonic Band . . . . . Sociology . . . . Irzfizzg . . .Elementary Education . . . Demon ....Music Dallas Phorellsz A Cappella Choir: Sigma Alpha Iota Robert Bell . Falcons, president, ,42 , . Chemistry . . Grand Saline And here are representatives of each sorority conversing. Imagine that! I 1 i 1: l I 1 Pa ge 4 I 11" wwf' W. Edward Beville ......... History . . Gammadions: Psychology Club Anna Beth Bishop . . .... Business Education A loma Blocker .........., , .English Senior Mary Ardensg Phoretls Ted Boaz ,... Industrial Arts .. Horace Botkin .....,,..., Business Education . , Pi Omega Pi: VV. N. Masters Chemical Society Charles E. Bounds ,........, Music A Cappella Choir: Phi Mu Alpha NVillie Hattie Boyd , ,...... Business Education Gammadions: Pi Omega Pi Lila Ray Bratcher .....,.... Elementary Education Senior Current Literature Club: Psychology Club Fort Worth . Iuxtin Palmer . Sherman ,, Olney Winnslvora SlDl'IiI1gl0lt'll . . Denton Mary Louise Brogoitti ...... History . , . .,,. Sulphur Springs Gammatlions: Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: Yiwu! YVho's VVho in geography department, '42 Iuanita Browder ........... Home Economics Ellen H. Richards Club Eugene Brown . . . . . .Business Education . Rena Brown ...... . .Elementary Education College Players: Psychology Club: YI11.'l'iI VVlio's XVho in Sarah Frances Brown ....... Biology . . Aesculapians: VV. R. A.: Maverick Club lackye Anderson Bruner .,., English, Physical Ed. . . Bangs , . Emhousc' .Unison tlramatics. '42 Rising Star Fort lfV0Vth Delta Psi Kappa, president, '41-liz: Green Iacketsg Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Chi: Sigma Tau Delta: W. R. A.: llouse Presidents' Clubg Mary Ardensg Press Club: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, '41-'42 Ann Bryant .....,....... English A ,, E1 Dorado, Ark. Senior representative, Marquis Hall Polly Bulkeley ........,.. History .. . Wichita Falls E. D. Critldlc Historical Society: Symphony Orchestra: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Chi Ray Burns ................ Industrial Arts ,. , . Denton Industrial Arts Club: Physical Education Professional Club: Radio Players Dorothy Bush ....,...,.... Elementary Education Phoreffsg Current Literature Club: Elementary Council . , Dallas 5 'cf 5 '1 . tg. Pa gc Lila Ann Butner A A Elementary Education A A Cleburne Gammadions: Iunior Mary Ardens: lilemcntary Council: Alpha Chig Psychology Club Glynn Deen Butterfield AA Elementary Education Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra: College Players Carl Cabe A A A A A Economics A A A A Electra VVho's Who in Aint-ric.in Colleges and Universities: Wesley Foundation Council, president, 'go-'.ii: Student Religious Council: Ciammadions Mary Ann Calyert A A A A AHome Economics .41'Cl1l'l' City lfllen ll. Richards Club A- V Frank A. Camp A Chemistry Terrell gg Aesciilapians: 'liroians an A . . f Muriel Mann Campbell A Elementary Education Dallas 3 Guy Carriker .,.., Government A A A Beaumont International Relations Club: Ieflerson County Club lane Carroll A English A A A A Hzillxlwro Hill County Club: VV. R. A.: Camera Club leanne Marcia Carter A AA Physical Education Troy Physical Education Professional Club: W. R. A.: Current Literature Club: Delta Psi Kappa: House Presidents' Club Velma Carter A.A.AA,.A..... Music AAAAAAA A A A Kilgore Sigma Alpha Iota: Senior Mary Ardensg Symphony Orcbestrag VVFAA Radio linsembleg Pit Orchestra Carl Caruthers AAAAAAAAAAAA Chemistry AAA..AA.AA A A A Paradise VV. NA Masters Chemical Societyg Mathematics Club Sid Cbadwell AAAAAAAA,A.AA Business Education AAAA Mart Industrial Arts Club: Troians: Intercollegiate Flying Club Robert Cheatham A A AA.. Industrial Arts Edgeufood Industrial Arts Club: Pi Phi Pi: Free State Club Ervin Clay A A AA A A,A. Physical Education A A A Longzfiew T-Club: Gcezlcsg Football, '39-'41, co-captain, 1313 Physical Education Professional Club l. D. Clayton A A AA A AAAAAAA Physical Ed., Math AAAA Hereford Mathematics Clubg Geezlesg lnterfraternity Councilg Physical Education Professional Clubg T-Club Babette Cockerell AAAAA A.... B usiness Education AA A Athens Kaghlirs, president, '4ig House Presidents' Club Bobbie Cole A AAAAA AAAA lv Iusic AAAAAAAAAA A A Wichita Falls Sigma Alpha lotag Mary Ardensg Oratorio Society Maxine Coleman AAAAAAA. A Elementary Education A Eastland Elementary Council: Kappa Theta Pi lfyerylmtly seems to lit- enioying the Pliorelli dance except Pat Miller. P2140 43 l i, S l 4 41122 fwfr.. .. 5 5 ' gr? in f .. if 2 1 it -af a 75:5 2, ' ea f ' I Loyce Commons ........... Business Education , McKinney W. R. A., president of badminton Anna Marie Cumbie ........ Music . ,i ............ Fort Worth Womens Glee Clubg Symphonic Banclg House Presidents' Club La Rue Conner .....,...... Elementary Education . . Boonszfille Elementary Councilg Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubs Virginia Cook . . . . . .Art , . . . Waxahachie Doris Cooper . . . , . .Business Education . . Texarkana Eula Lee Cooper , . . , ,Business Education Wichita Falls Mary Ann Cooper ......... English . . . , . Grandzfiew Senior Mary Ardens: Green Iaelcets Mary Lee Cooper ........,. Home Economics ....r,.. Petrolia Green Iackctsg Iunior Current Literature Clubg House Presidents' Clubg Ellen H. Richards Clubg Ganimadions Barbara Corbin ............ Home Economics . , Dallas Phoretlsz Senior Mary Ardens: Ellen ll. Richards Cluls Theresa Corcoran .,.. Senior Mary Ardensg maiorette, '58-'39 Anita Alfred Coskey Lorraine Couch . . . Forrest Covin .... Troiansg 'I'-Club Lorena Cowsar .,,,.. ...,..Speech.......... .....Dcnison College Playersg Quintiliansg Phorel-'fsg drum , . . Chemistry . . , . Fort Worth . . . .Business Education . . . . Kaufman . . .Business Education , Mineola . . . . , .Home Economics , Goree Ellen H. Richards Clubg XV. N. Masters Chemical Society Mildred Cox . . .......... Home Economics . Taholga Baptist Student Union Council: Y. VV. Ang lillen ll. Richards Club Robert Craig ............, Chemistry .,....,, ,.,, , Denton VV. N. Masters Chcinieal Society: Mathematics Clubg Gamniatlions Hesper Crook ..,.,,,,.,.., English .......... Corpus Christi Phoreils: Iunior and Senior Mary Artlcnsg Gammailionsg Latin Club Violet Ioyce Crouch . . . .. Business Education . . McKinney Senior Mary Ardens uu- 3 1 ,iff Y I N fL fd! E .. 3 . aa! Page Iune Cullen ...,., ......., Senior Mary Ardensg College Club Leland Cumbie , , . Ianies Currie .......,....,. Pi Phi Pi, president: A Cappe Billy Ruth Davis . ,.....,, . Mathematics Club: E. D. Crit Kenneth Davis ..., . . . A Cappella Choir Mabel Gardner Davis ., . Marvin Davison . . . . . Talons Arthur Lee Denton Fernita Mae Dick . , Rena Dickenson , , . lillen H. Richards Club: Sen dents' Club Alan Dickinson , . Ralph Dickson ..,,,. . , , English .,,,..... Pla ye rsg Forum Council 3 Chemistry . Economics . , . . . . . lla Clioirg Gamniadions History, Math ldlc Ilistorical Society Music .. Business Education Business Education Government Business Education Home Economics I , . . Hull.willc House Presidents' , Fort Worth .. Fort Worth Fort Worth . Ddllda' Denton , .Q Hamlin Clfburrze Wichita F all ,c Goan,- ior Current Literature Club: House I'resi- Business Education Industrial Arts Industrial Arts Club: Hill County Club Mary Patricia Dinwiddie , Iilenientary Council Olive Ruth Dorsey . . , . , . Beaumont Cot'x1'z11z1t1 Elementary Education . . Dallas History . . , . , Hetzzietttz E. D. Criddle Historical Society: International Relations Club E. L. Douglas, Ir. . Dorris Dudley . ,...... . Industrial Arts Home Economics Vernon ., ., Denton Kappa Theta Pi: Green Iaclietsg Senior Mary Ardens: lillen H. Richards Club Anna Mae Duke , . ..... Home Economics . .. , Edgewood Psychology Club: Iillen II. Richards Club: Ifree State Club: Iunior Current Literature Club . Lncdcrs Helen Marie Dunlap ,. . Business Education junior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: Ilouse Presidents' Club: Maverick Club if i Cx 'Nw x Latin-painter Carlos Merida instructs Puerto Rican Betty Rodriguez in sketcliing iironi life models. Page 45 K 1 Q Shirley Dunn ............, Business Education ,... Kaufman Phorerls: Pi Omega Pi: Senior Mary Ardens Adele Duren .... . . .Business Education . . . Archer City Emma Lena Early .,..,.... Home Economics .,...... Linden Kappa Kappa Kappa: Ellen Il. Richards Club: W. N. Masters Chemiqal Society 0' Ruth Edrington ..... Elementary Education .. Corsirana Psychology Club: Hill County Club: Elementary Council: W. R. A. Nona Ioyce Elkins ........ English .. . . Arlington li. D. Criddle Historical Society Geraldine Elliott ........... Spanish ..,.............. Moran Pan-American Student Forum: Psychology Club: Maverick Club: Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi lane Elliott ..... ...,.. B usiness Education ..,.. Mabanlq Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: Pi Omega Pi: House Presi- dents' Club Mack Elliott ....,..... .... B iology ................ Overton Alpha Chi: Phi Delta Kappa: Texas Academy of Sciences: assistant in biology department Frieda Mae Ellis ........... English ...,.............. Lipan junior Mary Ardens: Pan-American Student Forum: Alpha Chi Dayid Enderby ...,.. . . .Industrial Arts . . . . . Valley View Industrial Arts Club Ella Ruth Enloe . . . . , Business Education . . . . . Vernon Canunadions: Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: Maverick Club: House Presidents' Club: Psychology Club: Pi Omega Pi: Alpha chi: Kappa Delta Pi Minnie Eae Enloe ...,,..... Elementary Education McKinney Senior Current Literature Club: lileinentary Councilg Psychology Club: VVon1en's Clee Club: Gannnadions: Oratorio Society . . . . . Music . . Denton Bill Evans . A Cappella Choir: Oratorio Society Iohn O. Eyans . Industrial Arts . . Klnna Nina Evans . .. Elementary Education .. Tolar Clara Belle Everett ...,... . .Business Education .... Gatesville Senior Current Literature Club: College Players: House Presidents' Club: Canunadions Pat hyers .. ......,...... Physical Education .. . Hillsboro Hill County Club. president: Psychology Club: College Players: Modern Dance Club Herman Fehl .... . . .History . . . . Beaumont College Players I I ' S I 5 s l Q Q 3 5 1 i i I I I . . - - ! I S I - K I I - - 1 I N Page 46 Denton Helen Fitch , . , . . . ,..,. Library Service , , Kaghlirs: Iunior and Senior Mary Ardensg Intersorority Council Florence Mullins , , Noel Francis . ., Kappa Theta Pig Quintilians Iames Elliott Frisby R. B. Fulcher .... .. Business Education ., ,. Overton . , Speech, Music ,, Mary Artlensg College Players, , Economics . . .A ,... History ..,, Psychology Club: Canzpzzx Chai staff, '58-'59 Ura Mae Gamble , Music , . Milton Pritchett Garner , . . Government , , Intermural Basketball: International Relations Club Bennie Cecil Garren Sally Gettys , , W. R. A. Dorris Gentry . ,, . Business Education . Business Education , , , , . .Mathematics , Psychology Club: Elementary Council Denton president, '4o-'4l: Denton . . Postoak . Henderson . . . . Denton TLtl'H6'l'5U1illL' , . . . . Decatur . Kilgore Robert Ralph George . . . . . Business Ed. ..., Blooming Grow Trojans Mary Margaret Gibbons .. Physical Education Fort Worth Delta Psi Kappa: Green Iacltets: Physical Education Professional Club: VN. R. A. Iames P. Giurlre , ,. .,... Music . . , , . Symphony Orchestra: Stage Band Frank G. Gladden .. Margaret Glover ..,....... Dallas Salon Orchestra: Symphonic Bandg Phi Mu Alpha: . . Biology, Business Ed. . . . . Dallas , Elementary Ed. .... Grand Saline junior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: Kaghlirs: House Presidents' Club Marian Gooch ......,.. Home Economics . ,,.. Nevada Green Iacketsg Ellen H. Richards Club: Iunior and Senior Mary Ardens: Gainmadionsg W. N. Masters Chemical Society Fielder Grace ...,..,...... Mathematics . . . A Denton Gainmailionsg Camera Club: Mathematics Club: C. P. 'lf Frances Grammar , , , Biology . . . . . , Gtlllltlflflilll' Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: Aesculapians, president, Iii: Senior Mary Ardensg assistant in biology department N. T. S. T. C. plays host to a state-wide Home Economics Convention at Marquis Hall. ,.. sil t, 'No -. a -,V J x Page 47 I iv 's ' Mary Anna Graves . .. English , ...., McKinney Goldie Gray ......,, ....,. H ome Economics ......,,. Bronte Ellen H. Richards Club: Baptist Student Union Council Elorice Green ............. Elementary Education Graford Senior Current Literature Club: llouse Presidents' Club: Pan-American Student Forum: Press Club Vandel Green ....,........ Physical Education ,...,,, Celeste Basketball, '40-'42Q Beta Alpha Rho lietag Track, .411 Physical Education Professional Club Catharine Greever ,,......, Physical Education Fort Worth Kaghlirs: Delta Psi Kappa: Green Iackets: Forum Council: W. R. A.: Senior Current Literature Club: Physical liducation Professional Club Ray Griffin ,..,.....,..... Government ...,,...... Sherman Association of Sciences: Kappa Delta Pi: lnternational Relations Clubsg E. D. Crizldle Ilistoricul Society: W. N, Masters Chemical Society: Alpha Chi Daphne Griffith ,,... Kaghlirs: College Players: Junior and Senior Mary' Ardensg Ga Bill Grubbs , .,.. ,.,.. , Psychology' Club: International Relations Club Kenneth R. Grubbs . , , . La Vera Guess , ...Elementary Education . Dick Hairston . . ,,........ Business Education . , . Beta Alpha Rho Beta: Band: Orchestra ltloise Halford ............. Senior Current Literature Clu Homer Hall , , . . . . . Yilyin Hall , .... XVilliam Edward Hall . Charles Hamilton . . . . . , Psychology Club Roy Hamilton . . . . , Barbara Hammons . . . . . English . ........,,. Alvalon mmatlions Economics . . , , . , Crandall Economics, Government Crandall Haskell , Dallas Business Education . , . Overton br House Presidents' Club Physical Education .... Overton History I'VIi71Zt'I'5 Educational Ad. , . Winters History . . . . . , Mineral Wells Business Education ...,. Hillsboro Home Economics . . . . Laird Hill I . - W I S 'N 'VRS Qs Page 48 Mary Nelle Hampton .. Home Economics . Denton Senior Mary Ardens: Ellen H. Richards Club Gene Hanst .. . ...,. ..., H ome Economics ....,. Dallas Ellen Il. Richards Club: Senior Current Literature Club: NV. N. Masters Chemical Society VVayne Hargrove .. .... Business Education ...., Stamford Alpha Chi, president, '41-V425 Pi Omega Pi, president, '4zg Kappa Delta Pi: Gammadionsg Latin Club Dorothy Kate Harmon .. Business Education Mfdlothiarz Cammadions: Green jackets: Iunior Current Literature Club: House Presidents' Club: Pi Omega Pi Mary lane Harrell . . , Music . . , . . Tyler Kappa Kappa Kappa: Pit Orchestra: Symphony Orchestra Dorothy Mebane Harris Speech ,,,, . . .... Dallas Kaghlirs: Quintilians: Press Club: College Players: Senior Mary Ardens, president, '41-'4.zg society editor of Campus' Clmt, 741-'42 fvladalyn Harrison . ..... Physical Education . . . Murchzison Kappa Kappa Kappa: Senior Mary Ardens: Physical Education Profes- sional Club: W. R. A. Helen Harp , , . . . . . Business Education ,, Orferzozz XV. R. A.: Senior Mary Ardens: House Presidents' Club Dorothy Harvard ......... Elementary Education .. .Vuzfarro Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: l".lementary Council: House Presidents' Club Dorris Lou Hawthorne , , Librar' Service , Tim ron 3 P VV. R. A. Iuanita Hayhurst . . . . .... Speech . , . , Clifllfcotlzc Forum Councilg Gammadions: Quintilians: Maverick Club: Sigma 'l'au Delta: Psychology Club: Alpha Chig Kappa Delta Pi Mar Ellen Heidler , ....., Home Economics For! Worlh Y Kaghlirsg Ellen ll. Richards Club: Mary Ardens Iohnnie Luther Herring . Physics , Denton Mathematics Club Iohn Edwin Hicks . , , , , , Business Education , Rochester Psychology Club: Maverick Club Iohnette Highsmith , . . . . .English . , . , WIiL'h1.ld Falls Dick Hill .. . Physical Education Dallas Tommye Nell Hill , , .... Elementary Education Whfzelzousc Elementary Council: House Presidents' Club Karl Hoellner ,, ., Business Education . , Ilenzietm Debate Club Ililly Kelly uses the one-finger-punch technique in i business machine class Victor Hoeffner ..,,....,, Business Education .,... Henrietta Debate Cluhg Gammadions L. D. Hogg .. .......,..., Elementary Education ,,... Venus Phi Delta Kappa: Elementary Council Margaret Anne Holcomb ,, Library Service ....,, Fort Worth Mary Ardens: W. R. A.: Camera Club: assistant in library department Virginia Doris Holiman ., Art , . Brownsboro VV. R. A. M' Ema Io Holland .... . .. . Physical Education ....,,. Athens Kaghlirs: Physical Education Professional Club: W. R. A.: Iunior Cur- rent Literature Club, president. '40-'41s Green Iacketsg Modern Dance Club h Alfred Alden Holston . ,Business Education .... 1461111-514116 1 bi Pi Omega Pi Hard Llo d Holt ,... Government . , Sze lzenzfille Y Y P x ' Bob Honeycutt . . , . , . Physical Education . . . Big Sandy 5, Gcczles Zelle Horton .,...,...,.... English , . ,......... Bangs VV. R. A.: Senior Current Literature Club: House Presidents' Club Lena Hopkins .... ..... P hysical Education . , , Kram Physical Education Professional Club: VV. R. A.: Womens Glee Club Faye Ruth Howard ...., Home Economics ....,. Szoneburg Ellen H. Richards Club: Current Literature Club: VVomen's Glee Club: House Presidents' Club Patricia Howard .,.... ..., B usiness Education .... Comanche Symphony Orchestra 5 at 3 Maxwell Howe ,,.. . ..,., Physical Education , Claude Physical Education Professional Club: Ceezles Helen Howison . . . . . . ,Elementary Education . . , . Bogaza Paris Club: Elementary Council Kathryn Hoyle . . . ,.,.... Speech , , . ......,.., Itasca Quintilians: Senior Current Literature Club: Hill County Club Ray Hudspeth ..,. .,..... C hemistry , , ....,.,, Mesquite Gammadions: Pan-American Student Forum: Press Club: Dallas Club: Campus Chill staff: Aesculapiansg Baptist Student Union Councilg Ora- torio Society: Chapel Choir: Inter-Varsity Christain Fellowship VVendell Hudspeth ......... Physical Education .. Roehester Talonsg Physical Education Professional Club Griffin Huey ,.....,...,. Chemistry .. , .. ., Denzon VV. N. Masters Chemical Society: Mathematics Club - - - - - - Q - Q - - i l I - U sf A W y ffx fY V ld ' I Ei- 3 i- 'j. '1g 1 . Q w ug Page 50 L H.. Hilliard Huggins .....,.... Business Education ..,,. Granbury Psychology Club: Mathematics Club: Chilton Hall Council: Pi Omega Pi Eugenia Hughes , . , . Music . ,,,..,... Fort Worth Kaghlirs: A Cappella Choir: Sigma Alpha Iota: Current Literature Club: Ynera Who's Who in A Cappella Choir, '42 Eugene Hunley ,.........,, Public School Ad. .... Gladeufazer Basketball, '40-'41g Talons: Physical Education Professional Club: T-Club Dorothy Dean Hunter . . . ,Business Education Valley View 4, E. Leon Hutto . ..,Business Education . Goose Creek A Basketball: Geezles Lavinia Hynds . . . . . , Business Education . . . Nocona Z Senior Current l.iter.iture Club: House Presidents' Club Pig 'U rl-5' Elizabeth Irby . . .... Elementary Education .,., Dallas Kappa Kappa Kappa: Who's Who in American Colleges and Universi- ties: Elementary Council: College Players: Senior Mary Arilensg Sym- phony Orchestra Doris Irvin ,,.... .. Elementary Education . . Moody Dawn Isbill ., . .,,,.,.... Elementary Education McGregor Sigma Alpha Iota: Kappa Theta Pig A Cappella Choir: College Players: Mary Artlens: Iluuse Presidents' Club: Elementary Council: XVho's Who in American Colleges and Universities Iohn Iackson . . , . . . . Physical Education . Newarlq, N. I. Ialons: Physical Iiducation Professional Club: T-Club: Alpha Phi Omega: Track, captain track team, ,4I Iuanita Iames . . . . , . History . . , Wichita Falls Lucile Blank Iamison . , ,English , Dallas Dallas Club Richard Iansen , .... Physical Ed. . ,. Ontario, Canada Iauice Iennings . .,,,.. English .,..... . Roxzon Iunior Mary Ardens: Pan-American Student Forum: Paris Club Loretta Ienson .,,, . , . English , . . Iowa Park Senior Current Literature Club lack Iernigan . . . , . ,... Business Education Van Xllftync A Beta Alpha Rho Beta if A I 1+ y Mary Io Ieter . , . . . . ,Elementary Ed. , , Ben Wheeler r rx Free State Club: W. R. A. :'N as ' Esther Iett .,..., ........ E nglish .,,.,,.,. , , Avalon l Iunior and Senior Mary Ardens: Ilouse Presidents' Club: Psychology . Club J Hoy, you can bet that these ankle-grabbing pledges know that the worst is yet to con 1 A . ji? C A 525 -,f. M .f H' is ,, Q 2 y 'Tits -:.s U.. , 4: - is V. 2 1 . is 4 A Gordon Iohnson Music . ,. Dallas Clay Landers Business Education Sanger Bonnie loe Langford . Speech and English Mertens Newell N. Langford , . . . Business Education Bonita Troians Frances Levisay ,,,. ......, H ome Economics . Blanket Ellen H. Richards Club Venita Lindley , Home Economics , Krum Charlene Lindsey . .. Home Economics . Dallas College Players: Psychology Club: Ellen H. Richards Club: Dallas Club Sam I. Little . . . . . .Art . , . . Weatlzerford Lillian Ruth Longmire ..... Home Economics .,.... Windom Iunior Mary Ardens: House Presidents' Club: Ellen II. Richards Club H. M. Love , , ,, . ..... Business Education . . ,. Cleburne Mathematics Club: International Relations Club: Vllesley Foundation Council: Camera Club: Student Religious Council lune Loveless .. , ..... Biology , ,, .. , Decatur Phoretls: Mary Ardens: Green Iacketsg Aesculapians: Publications Coun- cil: House Presidents' Club: W. N. Masters Chemical Society Eiane Lovell . ,.,. . , .Home Economics , Denton Ellen ll. Richards Club: Ilousc Presidents' Club , AL A Dortha Lovinggood . , , Business Education . , Gladcwater gf House Presidents' Club Q Eloise Lowry ...,.,,,..,... Business Education .. Valley View my W. R. A.: Physical Education Professional Club: House Presidents' Club Ruby Luco , . , .,....,. History . . , , . , . . . , . , West Alpha Chi: Senior Mary Ardens: E. D. Criddle Historical Society: VV. R. A.: House Presidents' Club: Kappa Delta Pi Q Monette Ludwick .,,....... Elementary Education Temple Elementary Council: Current Literature Club: Student Religious Council: Psychology Club N Donavon Lumpkin ,..,.... Mathematics .............. loy Gammadions: Maverick Club: Psychology Club: International Relations Club: Mathematics Club Enos Lumpkin .,.,,......, Government . , . , Avalon International Relations Club i i -V .vu ' A W . ,fx f f IN I L' if e 4-i - Y fn ' lg 'ii Page S2 lien F. Luttrell . History .. Roclnokc Cammadions: lx. lb. Criddlc Historical Society: International Relations Club Shirley lohnston , Home Economics . iWfLci111 House Presidents' Club: lillen II. Richards Club VVilliam lohnson Economics Denton Talons Mary E. Iohnson . . .Elementary Education . Dallas Psychology Club: Forum Council lanice lolinson ., .Biology , . Tl'l'1'l'fl Nlildred lohnson Physical Education Dwzzwz lunior and Senior Currcnl Litt-raturt' Clubs: XV. R. .-X,: Physical lidiica- tion Professional Club Nlarcella lohnson Music . GLI.f:fU1iZ1l', .Irfq. XVonit-n's Clem' Club: Cliaivel Choir: Baptist Student Union Council loseph lones , ,Sociology FUl'IZt"i' Inter-Varsity Christian lfellowsbip Nlozelle lordan . . , Elementary Education 1,0IIgl'llf'll' li. ID. Crialdle llistorical Society: lflthientary Council Taylor Iudson 'l'r4 iians Vivienne Kearby Mary Lee Kemp Chemistry . Dizfftix Home Economics I"m'Z Worzfz lzllen H. Richards Club: Green lackets: Kappa Kappa Kappa: lunior Mary .Xrdensz College Players Library Service . Corfmr Chlirii Luiicnt Litciatuic Llubi Alpha Chi: news editor of Cillllflllf Chit: Press Club: M:iit-riclt Club: l'.in-.Xiuerican Student Forum I. C. Kcmplin Chemistry Colene Kennedy ,,....... , Home Economics lzllen ll. Richards Club: lunior and Senior Current l.itt'i'ature Clubs: House Presidents' Club: Womens Clee Club Guin t'.VL'liNC . Bcllvzfm Virgil M. Kidd .. . , , Industrial Arts . .. VZIIZ Industrial Arts Club H. Eyalyn Kingsley .,,, ,. .Elementary Education Gl'L"L'71ll'U0li Pan-.Xmerican Student lforum: House Presidents' Club: NV. R. .-X.: lilc- mcntary Council: Oratorio Society: XVomen's Clee Club Maryyonne de Kinsky . Physical Education . Cf1!lll77!7Iitl Hazel Kuhn ......,,.. Elementary Education Pl'l'l'li77 Canuuadions: llouse Ilresirlt-nts' Club: Elementary Council l i ly- 7 241. ,,, I Qf z i" i i N 'H 'ff .,r. ur Ibecorations are stars and stripes and tlic 'l'alons go patriotic at their pledge dance. fy l Page S3 Oma Dell Kusch .,........, Elementary Education . Hagerman Senior Current Literature Club: Psychology Club Henry A. Lynch ......,..,. History .,.. . . , . . . , Ga1'nesz1illc E. lb. Critltlle Ilistorical Society, president, '4i: International Relations Club: Phi Delta Kappa: Debate Club Alpha Nell Lyon ......... Physical Education .. Buffalo W. R. A.: Senior Current Literature Club: House Presidents' Club: Physical Education Professional Club Maurice Maakestad , . . . .Industrial Arts . , . . Denton VValter Ernest Maakestad . . ,Chemistry , , . Denton Albert R. Machel .,......,. Chemistry ,,..,,.., Wichita Falls W, N. Masters Chemical Societyg assistant in chemistry department Billie Marie Maple .....,... Home Economics .,... T8XLlI'ktl71Ll Kaghlirs: Senior Mary Ardensg Ellen H. Richards Club: Creen Iackets Agnes Meachum Marrs ...., Home Economics , . . . , Celina Kappa Delta Pi: Iillen H. Richards Club: Ymwz Vvhtfs Who in home economics department, y4I-,42 V. G. Marshall ,,.......,., Economics . . . . Temple Flying Club: Camera Club Henrica Martens ...,...... Speech ..............,.... Olney College Players: Quintiliansg Current Literature Club: House Presidents' Club: Maverick Club I. Ray Martin ..,..,...... Chemistry . ....,.,...,,. Denton Chemistry Club: Mathematics Club: Gammatlions, president, '59-'4og business manager of publications, '41-'42 Marion Martin ...,........ Business Education . Mart Maxericlt Club: Psychology Club Doyce Massey ......,....,. Chemistry .... . Granbury W. N. Masters Chemical Societyg Camera Club Zannet Matte .......,,,.,.. Business Education . Ncderlarzd Newman Club: Mathematics Club Garland Matthews ......,. Industrial Arts . . . . Ilfllfboro Iieta Alpha Rho Beta. president, '4I: Industrial Arts Club Muriel Anne Matthews .... Elementary Education Fort Worth Virginia Mauldin ,........ Home Economics ......,,.., Italy lillen H. Richards Club: Iunior Current Literature Club: Ilouse Presi- dents' Club XVilliam Ioseph Mayhew ,,,. English, Government Edinburg I I I I - M N J X 'T 'C 1 K Page 54 Grady Melton ........,.A. Public School Ad. .,,.. McKinney Elementary Council: Psychology Club: International Relations Club Margaret Ellis Melton ,,,, Physical Education .... Texarkana Modern Dance Club, president, '41-'42: Physical Education Professional Clubg Green Iackcts: Senior Mary Ardens: YV. R. A. Estherbell Messer ,,..,.... English .,.,....,,.., .. Temple Sigma Tau Delta: Alpha Chi: Senior Current Literature Club: Kappa Delta Pi Charles A. Miller ...... . , Economics ,. . .. Stephenville Camera Club, president, '40-'41 Coye Ianette Miller . . . .... Business Education ....... Millmp Dora Miller , . . .,,.. , .Physical Education . Copperas Cow Delta Psi Kappa: Physical Education Professional Club: VV. R. A.: Gam- ma Delta Doris Mingus , ,... ....... H ome Economics ...,,. , Irczzlcfl Senior Current Literature Club: Ellen H. Richards Club Marie Mitchell ,,.,..,... Spanish ...., . . , , . . . Barry Women's Clue Club: Iunior Mary Ardens: Pan-American Student Forum: House Presidents' Club: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: Sigma Tau Delta Edgar North Mobley .. i , Chemistry .. For! Worth Homer Money ..,, , . ,Industrial Arts . Glizdezvntw' Talons: Industrial Arts Club David Moore , . .... , Government ......,,. GZfIdl'lt'LIIL'l Talons, president, 1412 Yzferil favorite, '40-'4r: XVlio's XVho in American Colleges and Universities: president of senior class, '41 lane Katherine Moore .,i., Robert Lee Moore ..,,.., i . Alpha Chi: Cammadions: XV. English . . . . . Dalia.: Chemistry, Nlathematics .. Dcnlozz N. Masters Chemical Society: Mathematics Club: ,Xssocialion of Sciences: Camera Club: assistant in mathematics department: Yizfuz XVho's XVl Nancy lane Morgan io in mathematics department, '41-'42 Elementary Ed. .... Van Allstyfzc Elementary Council: Psychology Club Grady Mullennix ,,.....,. International Relations Club Bessie Sue Munday A Elementary Council Iames Mundy . . Talons: Kappa Delt Naomi Murdock . . Econ., Government WeczZhz'l'ff21'd : Freshman Track Elementary Education Munday Art . . i Dcnzwz Speech ....,..., ....,,.... R uslg College Players: Quintiliansg Psychology Club: Radio Players 'F Kirin- - 1 of nn-has-"X V. , K ff 1 " 'Pr ' it ttzk-F ' Y if Scrapping San Marcos Bobcats sew up Smith at the closely contested North luis San Mircos in c p i 'Ax' if if , :asf Anna Beth Myers .,.., , Ellen H. Richards Club Gertrude Myers . . , W, R. A. Mary H. Myers .....,.., . , .Home Economics . . , .. English . . . . English .,....., , Kappa Theta Pi: Alpha Chi: Senior Mary Ardens Lee Etta McAdams .. i ., History . ....., .. lu. IP. Criddle Historical Society: Hill County Club Margaret McCown , , . . Elementary Education Rebecca McCrory ..,., Elementary Education House Presidents' Club: lillen H. Richards Club VVill Ona McDonald .. House Presidents' Club lane Reese McElroy . ,. Sigma Alpha Iota: Iunior pa: Cammadions Mildred McGlamery ..,. llouse Presidents' Clubg Alpha Chi Billy B. McLendon .,.,.. Business Education . . , .Public School Music . , Gainesville , Gainesville . i Electra i Hillsboro , .. Kerens , , Paradise Pfdlifif H ill . , Denton and Senior Mary' Arclens: Kappa Kappa Kap- . . Government ,... , i International Relations Club: i . Economics ..,,,,,,. . Press Club: Pi Phi Pi: sports editor of Campus Clmtg yIIl'C'll,' Freshman Track Robert Donald McLeod , , . Business Education ., Ceezles: Pi Omega Pi, president, '41 Wright McMichael ..,... . , ,Industrial Arts . . . , . . .. , Eastland Maverick Cluh: Marshall sports editor of lflfills Point . .. , Linden College Players manager: Physical Education Department Concession Ted McMinn , ...., . . . Biology . . ....,,,... , , Dallas Troians: Aesculapians: VV. N. Masters Chemical Society: Psychology Club Clark McPherson i . . , Business Education . . Gainesville Loyd McWherter .... i . .Business Education . . , . Kilgore Teague Club: Talons Elbert Neely ,..........,. Chemistry .. ....,.. , Corsicuna Cammadions: Navarro County Club: VV. N. Masters Chemical Society: Mathematics Club Marjorie Katherine Neely . Elementary Education , , Euless Maxine Neely . . . . . Elementary Education .... Tolar - 1 l 1 - - 2 1 1 1 Y ,ik J N fi 4. ftp' " " - pq ' 'C f Page 56 Billey Fred Newman History. Government . . Dallas Canimadiom: Iunior and Senior Marv Ardem: Kappa 'Ilieta Pi: li. ll. Cridtlle llixtorical Society: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: Dallas Club lmarie Newsom . . . . Library Service Sprizzgtoufzz Xlernice Newton llistory fftlfflillgbll lf. l7. Crirltlle l-lirftorical Society lim Oatman , , .,., ,.., l ndustrial Arts ,,..,, , . Loving Maverick Club: Industrial Arts Club: llcta Alpha Rho Beta: Pliysical Education Professional Club: liasketball, '59: Yiwu VVho's Who in in- tluatrial arts tlepartment, H31-'42 Marie Uatman , , Home Economics Loving Senior Mary Artlens: lillen ll. Ricliartls Club Thelma lean Odle . Elementary Ed. . . . C:U1'dU71l'liUt' lltmllst' Presislenti Club: lunior and Senior Current l.iteraturf: Cluhx: Student Religious Council: XV. R. A.: lileinentarv Council: C, R. T. C. Ray Olive , ...,,....., Business Education .. 176171011 Troiam: lntertraternity Council: Green lielt Club. president: lntermural Council Anna Mae Oliver Pi Omega Pi: Free Slate Club Frankie O'Rear . lillen H. Ricliards Sutton Urenbaun , l'iootlJ2lll, 'go-ui: Rom Orgain Ralph O'Quinn .. Harold Pal m our . Clementina Parker Elaine Parker , llouse Presidents' lations Club Club Track. go: Business Education Home Economics Business Education Troians Business Education Biology, Chemistry Chemistry .. Home Economics . .,,. Sociology , .. , Club: XV. R. A.: Maverick Club: Pauline Parker ..., . Free State Club: lf. ID, C History ... .. Iriddle lliatorical Society VValter Byron Parks . .... Chemistry . . W. N. Masters Chemical Society Hen WhC'c'ft'1' . .-Him, Oklu. Duffu.: ,, For! Worzlz . ., Luflqlzz Ozxerton Bronze B1'ozwzzz'0od lnternational Re- Gmnd Saline , Morgan PV lilill' o nz Alice Patton . ,.........., History , . . , . . Current l.itc-rature Club: Paris Club: International Relations Club 'llieresa is oblivious to the cameraiiian and looka angelic, but others p--se nicely at the M. 'l'. 0. formal. if i Gm. mt A' Page 57 I Cleo Patton ............... Music .,...,.,...,...... Decatur Oratorio Society: Senior Mary Ardensg Sigma Alpha Iota Virginia Pharr ...,,....... Speech ,,.,,.... .... F arrnerszfille Kappa Kappa Kappa: Quintilians: College Players: Camera Club: Yur- L11 VVho's XYho in speech department, l4l-V42 Marguerite Phillips ,.....,. Sociology .,.,.., . , Electra Kappa Theta Pi: Ides Club: Senior Mary Ardens Porter Pickard . . . . . ,Chemistry . , . . Por! Arthur Polly Pinson .........,.... English ....... ..., F orncy Kaghlirs: Senior Mary Ardens: Psychology Club Dorothy Gene Pittman ..,,. Biology ..,,..,,..,.. Albany Gammadions: Senior Mary Ardens: House Presidents' Club: Association ot Sciences: W. N. Masters Chemical Society: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi Emabeth Pittman ,......... Home Economics ........ Albany Green Iackets, president, '41-'42: Ellen H. Richards Club: Iunior and Senior Current Literature Club: Maverick Club Bradley E. Place ,......., , Art ...........,.........., Rule Trojans: VVho's XVho in American Colleges and Universities: Yzrcul VVho's XVho in art department, i4I'l.1,2Q Chat cartoonist, '41-'42 Doris Platt ................ Elementary Education .. legerson Senior Current Literature Club Mary Katherine Poston ..,,. Speech , ,. . . Hamilton Quintilians Mary Poston ,,...,. ,,...., E lementary Education .... Dallas Kappa Kappa Kappa: Senior Mary Artlens: House Presidents' Club: Forum Council P. G. Poston .............. Industrial Arts ,,...., Fort Worth Talons: Industrial Arts Club: Physical Education Professional Club Myra Io Preston ......,,.. Business Education ,,,, Arlington Pi Omega Pi: Alpha Chi: Oratorio Society Harriet Pruitt .....,,.,.... Home Economics . . . .,i,. Itasca Ellen H. Richards Club: Senior Mary Ardensg VV. R. A.: Psychology Club: W. N. Masters Chemical Society Mildred Quillin ..,....., Library Service ..,, Seymour Cammatlions: House Presidents' Club: Quintilians: etlitor of Call Num- g liar, '4i: Current Literature Club: XVomen's Glee Club: Yzzcciz VVho's - Wlho in library service department, '41-'42 1 Margarette Ralston ...,.,.. Home Economics ..... Iowa Parlq Ellen H. Richards Club Lynne lean Randall .. . English .. .. Kilgore' College Players Nell Rankin ,.....,...... Elementary Education Bynum Elementary Council: llill County Club I 1 - - I J N IN fag' .- i "' fn Page 58 Emma loe Rayborn . . . .Business Education . . llofflifily Senior Mary Artlens: Kappa Kappa Kappa Margie Read .. . . . .Elementary Education Kaghlirs: Psychology Club: Senior Mary Arilens Cecil Redd . . . . . . . Track, .38-.412 Talons Harley Redin . Alpha Louise Reece . NV . R. A. Nancy Reese . . Vi . . . .Physical Education . , . . .Business Education . . Business Education . . Physical Education . . R. A.: Physical litlueation Professional Clnb Dorothy Mae Reed . Marguerite Reed . . . . . . .Home Economics ..,, . Dallas . . Dallas S1'll'l'1'l0 I1 G urn raw!! I 1' Gi11iz1f'.fz'1'flc Ufillx Pllifllf lullen H. Richards Llub: Senior Current Literature Club: Psyclioloey Club: Alpha Chi: Cannnatlions: House Presidents' Club , .Physical Education . . Big Sprrzzg Kappa Theta Pi: Physical Izducation Professional Club. XX. R. A.. Modern Dance Club Evelyn Reynolds liillie loe Rhea Cainniatlions: lillen ll. Eugene Richardson Falcons, president, '41 Lucille Ridinger . .. .. Home Economics ,. . Home Economics .. Richards Club .Chemistry . . . . . . . .Home Economics . . Alpha Lhi: Ellen Il. Richards Club . . Home Economics .... . Current Literature Club. pi Rose Marie Rienzi .. Club Dolly Catharine Rives ' " ' 'ali lx. IJ. Criddle Historic: . English . . . . ociety: Paris Club . . . Business Education . , Ga1'11c,rzffflc- W. R. A.: House Presidents' Club Meda Rose Riyoire . . Dorothy Roberts . . illzlrt 121711011 Gill-lIl'.VZ'l-ffl .. DL'l7Il1l1 . . 11111 y 7 'esidentz Ellen II. Richards Club: lsycholoey BI'!10k,fZ!llZ . ..Ele1nentary Education . Cf11',YI'l'LIl1t1 . . . . .Home Economics . . . . . C0l'SI.C'tIlZLl Iunior Mary .Xrdensz Kappa Theta Pi: Modern Dance Club lerry Robinson .. Home Economics . .. H1'fl.fl2o1'0 lillen H. Richards Club: Senior Mary Ardens: Psychology Club Dorothy M. Roden . . . Talon lt's an old-time reunion when Dr. Mclirirle, Gene XVoorl, and sd' W l exes hold a bull session iw is I X 1 sw 4 5 fe Q Page 59 5 m,,... yt G+ Homer H. Rolff ...,....,... Pre-Med . ,..,.,, . Houston Debate team. i412 Psychology Club: Acsculapians: Texas Academy of Science Edward Rogers ,...,,,...., Physical Ed. New Yorlg Cizy, N. Y. Talons: Physical Education Professional Club. president, 'aoz Alpha Phi Omega: Newman Club: Track. '59-'41, captain track team, J U loe O. Rogers ....,....,... Economics .,..,,..... Lorzgaicw International Relations Club: Ymfa VVho's XVho in economics depart- ment, '4 i -'42 Robert Buddv Ro fers Nlusic . .. . Tulsa, O la. . I E . . . Phi Mu Alpha Sintonia: Alpha Chi: Symphony Orchestra: Stage Band: Pit Orchestra: Gammadions: Baptist Student Union Council: Ylllliil Who's Who in music department, '41-'42 Edith Lanier Ross . . .. Home Economics .. . Sf7I'l-l1gZ0lUlZ Ellen ll. Richards Club: Green Iackets Leon R. Rudnick ..,... .. Pre-Med .. . Dorothy Rueter .....,..... Home Economics . . Iillen Il. Richards Club: House Presidents' Club Ruth Anna Russell . . . . .Physical Education Delta Psi Kappa: Current Literature Club: Green Iaclsets: president, '41-'42 lack G. Sandefur .. ...Business Education . . 'lialons Dean Sanders ....., . ...Economics Beta Alpha Rho Beta Charles S, Sandford . . . Business Education . Troians Eddie Scarbrough ,... . . . Home Economics . . Maluanlq . C lfftrm Irving XV. R. A., Longzfieuf Bowie Dallas Eustacc lillen ll. Richards Club: Psycliology Club: Baptist Student Union Council: Y. VV. A., president Ethelyn Schmidt .......... Elementary Ed. Coppcrax Cove Senior Current Literature Club Victor Schott ............. Business Ed., Govt. . Clel1arne Troians, president. '4t: Newman Club Iames W. Scruggs ..... .Mathematics . Koppcrl Mathematics Club: XV. N. Masters Chemical Society Mrs. Billie Bob Seamans . . . Home Economics . . Koxse Arthur I. Seely ., ...Business Education .. . Sanger Louise Self .....,.......... Biology . . . ..,, ........ D enton W Green Iacketsg Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubsg assistant in biology department, '39-'42 l Z 1 l l r ' i 1 K - - n I nl I N 'E U- -A fg- . - v g- Page 60 lack K. Sewell .,.. Government Mfdlotliiazz Margaret Evelyn Sewell , ..Home Economics ..... Iowa Park Ellen H. Richards Club: XV. R. A. Marie Louise Shaw ..,, Biology ., ..,,.,. . Boyd Aesculapians: Tevas Academy of Science: VV. N. Masters Chemical SUIICKY Christine Shawver ..., Home Economics Perrilz Ellen II. Richards Club .Xrline Shelton . , ,Home Economics Przmpa Iillen II. Richards Club Haggard Shepard , ..., Business Education Plano Pi Omega Pi: Psychology' Club: International Relations Club , , . .Music ....,,. ...,. G 1ac1'cw:1Zc'1' Effie Dot Shepperd . Sigma Alpha Iota: Caniniadions: Iunior Marv Ardens: A Cappella Choir: VVho's XVho in American Colleges and Universities Mary Ellen Shorter , . Physical Education CItI!L't'5l077 Kappa Kappa Kappa, president, '41 Marguerite Shields . , .,,, English , , , . . ...,. Denton XVomen's Clee Club: Free State Club: Oratorio Society: Camera Club Opal Sides ...Elementary Education ., . Canton Frances Slaton , .... Elementary Education , , Eleclru Current Literature Club: Psychology Club: IIouse Presidents' Club: Womens Clee Club Eleanor Sloan Library Service . Greelzzziood Ben L. Smith . . .. Industrial Arts .. , Denton Industrial Arts Club: Psychology Club Betty Ruth Smith , Elementary Education . . Sliwvmzn I-llenientari Council Cordell Smith .,,.,. ...,. I distory ....., ,. . Grand Saline Alpha Chi: Free State Club, governor, '41-'42: E. ID. Criddle Ilistorical Societv: Ganimadions: International Relations Club: Kappa Delta Pi: assistant curator of State Historical Collection Eldon Sonnenburg . . , , Music Slzunzrocfq Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia: Alpha Chi l.eta Belle Sparks . ,..Elementary Education I Weiner! Bill Sprinkle .... Art , . . Pt11'1'5, qlrlg. Baptist Student L'ni-in Council: .Xris and Crafts Club: Psychology Club High school gals get a thrill ht-ing guests oi' the college at the Home lionomics Convention. ff' s..J-5 Hi "s.. K Page 61 T 'ff i :"H:.,:f:-if 'Ee Harry Stanford , . . . .Business Education . . . . . Waco VVayne Stanford . .....,, ..,.. D anion ,Speech ............. College Players: Quintilians: Cha! staff: Latin Club: Radio Players: Tex- as School of the Air Cast Lovel D. Stell ...Business Education . . .. Hamlin Pi Omega Pi Lucy Mae Stewart . . . . .Home Economics . . . , . . lustin Mary Io Stone .,..,,,...... Business Education .,,.... Celina Phorelfs, president. '4i: Green lackets: Iunior and Senior Mary Ardensg Gammadions: Pi Omega Pi: Alpha Chig Kappa Delta Pi Helen Louise Stump ,. Elementary Education .,.. Nocona Elementary Council Cecil Sutton ...........,... Chemistry ,........ .,.., G ralzam VV. N. Masters Chemical Society: Alpha Chi: Alpha Phi Omega A. B. Tate ,...,,..,,..,.. Physical Education .,.,.... Dallas Basketball, '4o-'42: T-Clubg Physical Education Professional Club: Beta Alpha Rho Beta, president, ,425 Yucca favorite, '4ig Freshman Track, 359 Hazel Mae Taylor ,........ Music ....,....,..,.,... Denton Alpha Chi: Radio Orchestra: Sigma Alpha Iota: Gammadions: Sym- phonic Bandg Symphony Orchestra Grady Terrill ,.,,.......... Government ..,,........ De Leon Pi Phi Pi: International Relations Club: Psychology Club: Maverick Club Doris lean Tew .,.......... Speech .........,.... Fort Worllz Forum Council, president, ,4l-l42Q Sigma Tau Deltag Iunior and Senior Mary Ardens Eugenia Thomas ....,... Library Service ..... Wichita Falls Kaghlirs: Senior Mary Ardens: House Presidents' Club Rebecca Thomas . . . , . .Home Economics ...., Big Spring Dorothy Thompson .. . Business Education .. .. Morgan tlammadions George S. Thompson ,...., Music . . . . .,....,,,, Garland Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pig Radio Orchestrag Symphony Orchestra: Eagle llandg Oratorio Society: Baptist Student Union Council Geraldine Thompson , . . . , ,Elementary Education . , , . Dallas Women's Glee Club Margaret Thompson . . . . . .Home Economics . . . . . Quanalz Mary Wanda Thompson ...Home Economics .. ., Iaclqsboro Ellen H. Richards Club W Page 62 l l Marvin Thompson ....,..., Physical Education ......., Cclimr Track, '58-'59s Industrial Arts Club: Physical liducation Professional Club, president, '41 Nana Maude Tilghman .English ,.., .. . l'VI'C1Zl'fLI Falls Senior Current Literature Club: House Presidents' Club: Maverick Club: C. R. T. C. Myronell Tindel ..,, ,.... E lementary Ed. .. .. Brownrlzoro Senior Current Literature Club Lydia Tirk ........,, .... I Jhysical Education .... Grapczfinc' Green lackets: Phvsical liducation Professional Club: W. R. A.: llouse Presidents' Club Mary Ann Tolleson . .Music Education .. .. .flfmlrlllo Iamie Kathryn Tompkins . . . . lfVI'L'hl-Ill Falls Bill B. Townsend .,.... . . .Chemistry, Mathematics . , Nommz VV. N. Masters Chemical Society: Mathematics Club: Alpha Chi Della Travis .,... .....r E lementary Education .. .. Kcllw' Elementary Council: Paris Club: House Presidents' Club Charlotte Traylor .,..,,.... Biology ................, Denton Alpha Chi: W. N. Masters Chemical Society.: Associated Sciences Helen A. Tschoepe . . . .English ........,,. Reseda, Calif. Gammailionsg VV. R. A.: Newman Club: House Presidents' Club Claire Turner . .... . . .Library Service . . . . . Elcdmz lunior Mari Ardens Nancelie Utt ...,,,.... ...Business Education . . . . Dallas .. i Phorerls: Mary Ardens Nfqxx Harold W. Vail .. ,....,,. Business Education .. .. Vcfzm E. IU. Criddle Historical Society R. S. Vanhoove .... . . ..,. Speech ,,.,..... ..,.,.., E lcfmz Quintilians: Radio Plavers: Eagle Band: Symphonic Band: Intramural Athletic Council Rita Belle Varley .. ...Library Service .. Colllnszfillc George Vaughan . . ....... Chemistry, Physics . . . . . Grahcznz W. N. Masters Chemical Society: Camera Club: assistant in physics department, '59-'4o: assistant in chemistry department, 'arg Alpha Chi M. D. Vaughan .. . ..Art . . ,. ClCZ1'kXL'1-lll' Chapel Choir: Paris Club: 'liroians Katherine Vaughn . . . . .Elementary Education .... TICVIZUII Green Belt Club They're solid and in the grooxefllr. Iiniuiie and Saiiiinyt' Porterlieltl getting with the liepfcats. 1 Pa ge if Twalah Vaughan ...,,..,.. Speech ,, ..,....., Grewzwood Iunior and Senior Current Literature Clubs: Quintilians: Pi Omega Pi .'l1'r,vfi1, .41-V42 lennieve XVarren .. Titia Lucille Weaver VVanda Vernon . ,..,.,... Home Economics ..,... Rocfqwall Iunior Marv Ardens: Ellen H, Richards Club: House Presidents' Club Nalleane Walker ..,....., Art .........,.....,..,, Canton Alpha Chi: associate editor of Ctmzfirzf Char, '41-liz: Sigma Tau Delta: Press Club: Gammadions: International Relations Club: Free State Club: YIIKTKI copy editor, 341-542g Publications Council, '41-242: stall artist Business Education . . ..,..,.English,. . Pan-.fXmerican Student Forum Raymon Doyle Webb Vondee XVebb ....., . , . . .Business Education , . Matliematics Club: Baptist Stu Lora Leigh VVeir Club Ruby Fay NVells .,.. Charlie Wells ...,..,..... Mathematics . . , . , . dent Union Council ...,..NlLlS1C Baptist Student Union Council: XVouien's Glee Club: H .Government . . . International Relations Club, president ,Xlplia Chi: XV. R. A. Xlargeritte Wfestbroolt Alpha Chi: Pi Qnieg Dee XVhisnant . Billie NVhite .r,..... a Pi: Max Business Education , . Business Education . . 'eriok Club , . .Biology . Cauiiiigulions: Pi Omega Pi: Ellena Payne White ....... lack E. White .. Leota Louise White .,,.... lillen H. Richards Cl Buster XVhittle . . Keith VVicltliFfe .. and Senior Current Literature Business Education , ., Del Rio RIiL'htll'dS!1lZ . ixlC'G1'L'g!1l' Wichilzz Falls Troy ouse Presidents' .. Waco . , , Coigcicamz , Trzzxfotl . Graford . Will: Point Free State Club: Psychology Club: Iunior Club, president. A40 ,Library Service .. : Ymnz favorite. ' 1 len 4 lxaglilirs: Senior Marv Art s ub Economics . , ., .Home Economics .. Business Education . . Business Education , , Knox Cily , Fort Worth . lrelzzzzd . . De Leon . , . PZZZIIIZUI-L'lU Ii is Page 64 xW . fx Dorothy Wilkerson ,, ,.... Home Economics .... Springtozwz Ellen H. Richards Club: Ilouse Presidents' Club Daisey Williams .. , . .... Home Economics .. .. . Ennis Kaglilirs: Ellen H. Richards Club: Senior Mary Ardens lacinto Williams .........., Elementary Education , , Overton Senior Current Literature Lucian Williams . , Eve XVilliamson ., Club , Industrial Education ,, , , Business Education Camera Club: House Presidents' Club: Pi Omega Pi Thelma Willis . . . Elementary Council Andrew Wilson Mathematics Club Mattie Lea Windham Ellen H. Richards Club , . . .Elementary Education . , . .IVIathematics . . , Home Economics . , . Sanger . Denton A 111.77 glon .. Denton .. Rosmc Eugene Wood ...,...,...., Business Ed., Phys. Ed. . Muz'xhu!l Talons, president, 'azg Football, '59-415 T-Clubg Yrznfu favorite, '4i: Y I hysical Education Profes sional Club Io Frances Worley ...,.. Home Economics .....,.. Claude Kaghlirs, president, ai: Ellen H. Richards Club, president, 'ao-ai: Intersorority Council, '4o-'4rg Iunior and Senior Mary Ardens: Wlio's Who in .Xmt-rican Colleges and Universities, '4og Xyllfftl favorite, '4o Harry Wylie ...., . , Falcons: Camera Club Thelma Io Wylie .... . . . .Industrial Arts , .Home Economics Ellen II. Richards Club: Ilouse Presidents' Club Mae Dell York .. Bill Young . Helen Yule ,.,.. A Cappella Choirg Uriltor Paul Zarafonetis , Turner Bowen , Sid Lowery .. .,..History ,. . . . .Business Education ....Music. io Society: Sigma Alpha Iota . . . .Business Education , Physical Education Business Education Gazazexzfiffc' Forestburg . . Nomna .. ffblifenc' ,, Quanah C orsiccznu iWcK1'n nay .. Dublin Commerce sent a train-full of hopefuls to Dtmon It was on hind to rect titm M9 Iunior president Floyd Everheart ex- changed jobs the second semester as book boy in the library to go to Work in 21 blueprint concern in Denison. Supposedly deeply engrossed, Charlie Dameron, vice-prexy of the juniors, works on a tedious lettering job for the Yucca. Ierry Robinson, looking more like an ad out of Mademoiselle than a Class secretary-treasurer, does the Hnancial chores for the class of l43. Dora Katherine Adams . Elkhart ' Frances Alexander . . Megargcl fm, Henry Amlin ......... Denton rerr Iohnie Anderson .... Beaumont Lucille Armstrong , . . Cleburne Lila lean Ayres .....,.... Paris ."""V " Frances Back , . . . . Manxfield ""' Norman Bagwell , Wichita Fallx A A - Verna Bard . . . . , , . . Wafo Ruth Bardin ........ Arlington Wayne Barnhart ,........ Mart Beulah Bartcll . . . Wichita Falls Billie Berkley .,.,.. Gaznewille Frances Berry .,,...... PVc5laco il A Margarette A. Blake , Arlington -er Barbara Blythe ..,.... Eaxllana' Emma Lou Boatwright . . Dallas Melba Iames Frazell ...., Wafo Bettye Bourland .,,.. Hillsboro V Frances Bradford ,.., Longzficzu Gerald S. Brenholtz ..r. Denton Margaret Brigman . . , Maypearl jim Bill Brooks . . ,... Bagwell Tommye Brooks ,. . , , Barry A- . if Louis hlasts Nova, and Cox in the l32lCligI'IJLlI1Ll scmvls, While the others chew c l z.,,....a-an-v-o-g f E2 ,........l Page 67 gi! 11- ,gg if - ' i lv - e -pf - -' , ,:.. - ' Page 68 Kathryn Brown Throckmorzon Mary Ann Brown .... Coleman lulianna Bruce , Weallzerford Dorothy M. Bruner ,. . Min f'11 lu Mary T. Bryant . . .. Paris Margaret Buchanan Brvrlqerzridge Helen Mae Bullock , , Temple Harold Burclitt , , , Del Rio Ruth Burnam Big Spring Dorothy F. Burney . . . Paris Natlyne Bussey , . Longzfiezu Vi Marie Buster . .. , Denton Edith Butler .. ., Home Edith Butman ,. . . lylerliel Anne Calhoun . Dallas Marie L. Carlsen Pour! Arllmr Odell Carpenter . Leozmrzl Carlton l.. Carr , , . , Rnclqzwzll Imogene Carter lVlzlZc'xl90r0i Iris Castleberry , ,. Longview Doris N. Cate .. Van Allstyne Ann Chamberlain ....,,, Dallas Leola Chapman .,,,.. Kilgore Bessie I. Chastain . Wlclziza Falls lolinnie Chastain . Fort Worth Glenn Cisco , A-llzfin Fount Clark Wichita Fully Sara Colley , .flrlfngzoiz Iimmilou Collins Waco Norcnc Cook Bullard Richmond Cook . Dallas Barbara Cooper .. I"VllXtlhtIC'hli6' Mary Copcla nd ThI'0L'kWZ0l'f071 Wlynnic Corbett Bl'C'CkC'I'1l'1illJg6 Merl Cornelius . qlzlu, Olgla. Allyne Couch . . ., CIl'CC'I1LlI.llL' Mildred Cross For! Worth Anna Virginia Crout . Denton Iackie Cruce . . . . Bm'lQbua'nz'tl Calvin Cumluic ,,.. . . Ithens Matilda Cummings . n1lzfun1zl'o Helen Cunningham , Fort Worth Fred Davis , Howe Iva LaVcrne Davis . , Argyle Ianalynn Davis Steplienuille Marjorie Davis . . . . . . Sadler Frances Davison . A MfCr1ullry Luvada Dickinson . C1l'Lll'ldl!I't'M! Sonric-nlmi'g and orlinrs rally as blood donors for the latc P. P. QI'opQ Pender. 4 L. Page 69 4: at it Winona Mae Donn , Fort Worth Willie Donnelly ,... Gainesville Mary E. Dooley ...,. Longview Luella Dopslauf ...... Houston Mabel Douglass , , , , Charlotte Dave Duncan ...,.... Dallas Mary Elizabeth Duvall . . Dallas Ruth Dyer , . , . Milford Ioy lean Eaton ,...,. Comanche "5 l Ruth Elder ,.., . . . Fort Worth Evelyn Elston , . Elm Grove, La. Andrew Enderby A . . . . . , Era Queena lo Estes . . . Denton Ann Everett , . ....... Azfinger Bobbye D. Everett . Stephenville Mary Betty Everett ,.... Dallas Doris Nell Ewing , . . Rio Vista Esther Finkner ......i Floydada Betty Ann Fladger ,,... Denton lozelle Forrest ..., Brcelqenrrdge Frank Foster . . . . . . Denton Iackie Foster . , , .,... Denton Marie Francis ....,.. Nlelsfinney Margaret Francis .... McKinney '77 Q A os: v-3' l ,gLyYQS, .L E, Q -pf , e"Ai'-CQ Page 70 Virah Freeman Fort l"l'l0l'Zh Maisel Fuller ,, lf! P1150 Maxine Gallagher , lfern Gunn Sain Gantt l:'l1'u,fL'1'fff In-anne Garrett , Ilrzlfrzr lean filllllflglll Betty Io Geer VVillard George . . . .-'Ilhens liclna Pearl Glicen . , Sanger llarxille Giluson Virginia Gicldens . , . .Wz'K1'11r1c'y E at V i M li B . lczytmz lflzlzfzfiffc D c'1z 15011 if Mclii fzzz cy Sain! In ' EPS'-'55ii'l2ia:.'F1:E - 'ii , E lmozelle Girault llfllxboro NongiGladisl1 , l'lf"m1tl1w'fw'rI W in ix Paul F. Glass Frm' LVIIVIXI A l Emma Glover . Cnzud 511111778 I Dorothy Goodwin . SIr'jJf1c'11L'rlle 5 l , I Mary Evelyn Gould . . ,"1I77tl1'l'H0 0 G ' L. M. Graham , , . , Shcrrmzn i an E-rr!! Paul M. Graves .... fllfliinney W ' ll H Adeline Green . 4 , Gt11'7Il'5Z'flZE Olga Frances Green ,.., Sanger Glenn Griffin ..,.. . . . Dallas Carl Grube ..,........ M Damon gi rm N cMichael scrinx starllcml, lint Kiinlvrell allau-ly sniirks like ri Sliyloek. Page 71 0 'X Z, li-1 ii., 'wt if Q'- 1 L.-Af Margaret Hadsell ...... Denton Virginia Halbert .... Franlqston Dorothy L. Hall . . , , , , Azle Elaine Hampton . , Stephenville Thomas Hardie . . . . , Clifton Sue Harris ..,.,.,,.. Eliaxtfille Wren Haygood .... Springtown Bernie Hellums , .. . Paris Vivian Helms ....,.. luxeplzine R. H. Henry, Ir. , Barlqburnctt Emma Herring . . . . Laird Hill Frances Higginbotham . Chillicothe Iames Hineman . . . . Longview Midge Hogg ...,,... Mansfield Henry Hood ...,....,. Berger Charles Hooper Archer City Billy Hubbard ...... Grapevine Billie Nell Hughes , , . . Dallas Buddy Hughes ..,,. Gainesville Roberta Hutchinson .... Dallas Sidney It 1111 es . . Denton David Iohnson .,...... Atlanta Gwendolyn Iohnson Port Arthur Iewella johnson .,,. Kaufman Q-- .- ull' AI' -xi Q' ff' H '- f -' .M J 5 Page 72 Sam M. Iohnson ...., laclqfboro Florene Iones ...,. . . . Royalty Imogene Jones ...... Crawford Vara Gladys Iones .Moslzcin Maxine Keahey Fort Smith, Ark. Helen lack Keen ,..,, , Olney Margy Kemplin ..,. Gainesville Hearthal King ,,... Rockwood Elaine Kuykenclall.Dexter, N. M. A. K. Lacy .... . Elysian Fields Mary Lallier ....,. Brownsville Doris Lambert . . . . . . Paris R Eloise Lane , . . Cross Plains Irene Lee ...,,..... Rising Star Q Q6 l -5 Ray Leonard ........ Arlington I ' ,fl il i X Aleatha Liles , . . , . . W cinert i A l Dorothy I. Lindsay ,...., Tyler Peggy Lorenzen .,,,. Newfastle 3 Louise Mackey ...,. Fort Worth Peggy Mankms ,....., .xlanzimf ' Q' " Dorothy Martin . Tlzroclqmorton Marian Martin ........ Hamlin Anna Io Maxey .... Fort Worth Dorothy Mayfield .,.... Denton Ah IUC, June Loveless smiles .fo happily at the Phoretlk fall semester dance. i Page 73 I -ni Q 1 54" " : - ,Q ':x..., ' 1 g 1 we ' . .' . 1.1 2. 1 x ' i 75:-iff: ., .. , ,, . N,.E1eb.:?yg m fg? ,. ' ::Y" " .- V UTP V ' ifffii 1.5! 3 'f' W' ' V' :i 'f-1 i ., y .ag 63 flkgfl li sl if f will Angelina Meredith ,..,. Alb Lzzz y Dolores Michael . Wichita Falls Barney Miller ,... lVz'clz1'la Falls' Ieanne Miller .,..,,.. Coleman Louise Milligan ........ Celina Florence Moncrief .Port Arthzizf' LaVerne Monroe ...... Rankin i Edna Mae Moore ,,.., Bellevue Gay Moore ..,..,.l... Bloxxom Marian Moore . . . , . El Paso Martha Moore ..,. . . . Roane Natalie Moore . .. ,... Anson T. C. Morgan . . . . . , Dllllllf Lynn Morris ...,,.. . . , Van Mary Io Morris ...,., Hamilton Landon Morrison . .... Dallas Verna R. Morrison .. Crozvcll Neva Chloe Mosley . Alzforfl Iewel Mullins . . . Henderson Carter Murphy .... Fort Worth lack Mc.Xcloo .....,. . .. Ruff Elwyn McHee ....,. For! Worth Annie McClenny Roswell, N. M. Frances Mciiibluoney , Tl'XLIl'lilIlld 'I'- 'Q' ' " .M 5 Q -pr I Page 74 Tom Mcllvain ,,,.. ..,, P eco: Virginia McKee . . For! Worth Mary Beth McLean .,,, Abbott lane McWhorter ...,., Roanoke Merle Nelson . . Wichita Falls Mary Lynn Ncshitt ..,, Prosper LaVoyce Nevil .,,.. Roclqwall Anne Newton . . , . , . Dallas Virginia Nohles . Paris Leeman Norman ,..., Floydada Charles Onstead ........ Ennis Bettye Rhea Urtmeyer . , , Dallas Helen Pace ,.,...... Crandall Mclba Pace ,,,. ,..,,.. C clina Helen Paclon .. .. Shcfrman Ioy Patton , . . ,,.. Cason Dan Peacock ....... Mineola less Pickrell ,. .. . laclqsboro Sue VV. Pierson ,,,.,i.... West Helen Pollard ........ Alzzarazlo Fannie Porter ,,., Colorarlo City Rosalie Poston , . ,..., Clifton Paula Powell ..,,.. . . , Kainay By ril D Prueitt Calm 'li J 3 E w L I I1 L I' IU J C LaNelle Quillin , Texarkana, Arlq. Betty lane Race ....,.. Crowley Iacqueline Ray .... San Antonio , 5" Alice Richeson . . . , . Manlqinf Bette Reed ...., . , . Gainesville Q R Betty Reddy ...,, Wffhfm Falls Christine Reeves .... Edgewood A 5 "ft Alice Belle Rice ,,,. Collinsville David Ray Redden . . . Mesquite Marjorie Riddle . . . , A Hamlin Ruby Riewe ......... Hamilton Margaret Riley ....... Dallas Freddie Roberson . , Fort Worth Eva Robertson ...... El Campo Ann Roddy .,.. ....... D enison Maria Rodriquez .. Puerto Rico George Roever ,..... Longview David Ross ..,,.,. Fort Worth Durward Rust ,,,. Mt. Pleasant Billie Sanders ,,., Por! .lrthar Betty I. Scarbrougli , . Laird Hill W Pernal Scoggin .... Mt. Springs Carolyn Seaberry . . , laelgsboro is-'P Fern Sessums ...,... Lon gifiezu ,. .b - A f I. -., 1 -lv Page 76 Dorman Sewell .. Midlozhfarz Ruth Shackelford .... Nocomz Richard Shafer .. Sun Benito Lena Faye Shawn , Christine Sheppard .. V1'neylzr'11' Ardath Singletary A Hcndcrmzz Y Corinna Smith . , . W1'c'h1'ta Falls Laura E. Smith . . Stephenville . Mary E. Solomon , , . Waco Iuanita Spurrier . . Lozzgzfiew Christine Stallings ..,... Dallas Virginia Stamps ..,.,. Bullard Louise Shaw . Croufcll V1'n6ya1'zl I V ' - f S+ L. C. Slimp, Ir. Dcratur Betty Lou Spires . . . Hillsboro L Lois Ellen Stell ..i. . , . Hamlin Genevieve Stewart . Dcfztorz upuuz V if Tommy Stone ,,.... Ll z1'1 'd Hill QP 6' Theo Ann Story ,,..,. , ilng z1.f 1 ' Iimmye A. Street . . , Elvrzm Billie Dean Sullivan .,.. Sanger Ioe D. Sutton , . ..,,. Bfllzlfllc Hill Tanner ..,..... Gm' f1e'i'L'f ' llc L if Althea Taylor , , D i11if.vf2z1 Q lf all girls tlitl .is these home ee students, the beauty shops woulml go out of htisiness. Page 77 ,Q I. ..,:v.,,- W all 4'- qi 2 4. ff Q Q: it as in im wa. V- -, - A. 5 in 41 is ii 'QF 2 'll' Bettye Taylor .,.,... . Noconiz Iames Taylor ..,.... . , . Paris Maxine Taylor ..,...,. Kilgore Wanda Taylor ,... Breclqenridge Constance Teague .,,., Hamlin Bruce Terrill ,.....,,. De Leon Elizabeth Thomas , . , Arlington Iames R. Townsend ,.., Dallas lane Trulock ..,.,.,..,,. Pa 1'z' s Mary Lou Turner . , Szeplielzzfillc' Dorlene Underwood Dublin Dick Urban ....... Fort Worth Betty Ann Vanhoove . . , Electra W'. E. Vaughn ..,,.... Denlon Charles Vick .....,.... Denton Catherine Wade . . . . . , Iaylon Edward M. Watkins . , Dallas Thomas Watkins .... Seizgozfille w T Mafgy lo Webb .iii, Longview Mary Elizabeth Webb .,.. Myra Dorothy F. Vllells . . . Gillneszfille Marie Wells ..,.....,. Weiner! Edward Wester ...... Floydada Elnora Westmoreland . Elynizn Fields' 49 J047if f 'lf lv' - ES' A 1 ge 78 Lawrence VVhecler ....., Baird VVilma Whigham ..,,. Tlzrifl Mariani White . . W1'c'h1'ta Falls Wilma VVhite . . , flblilclzc' Melba Wilcoxen ....,... Dallas Lucille W'ilkey Texarkuzza Ada Belle Williams ,. Lipafz Mary H. VVilson . . Fort Worth Eloise Winiherly , .. Tyler Pat Windham . . , Roxana Dorothy lean VVinford . . Dallas Ann Winstel .,,.. Por! Arthur Billie Virginia Wolfe . . Forney lla Bee YVomack . . Dawson Bill VVood .....,.. , . , lllcrlqcl Don Wood . , , . . Mcrlqcl Martha R. VVooclard . . Hablzard Francile VVoods . . , Dcntozz I. E. Wlorthen , , . Wifhita Fall: Sallye VVorthington . Grand Saline Rosemary VVylies .,.. . fillltlllllh Erma Lee VVyhe , . ,,.. lfra Velma Jewell Vllynn . DEIZZCIZ lean Young .,.. llamllrz 'Ihr Iri Ixapa go semi-lormal .rt om ul their hut sunuru Irma .Q fl ilamx-5 .n the XX man C lul M A Sophomore prexy and college favorite, Bill Ianes pauses 21 moment for the cameraman. Vertical and horizontal lines form the perfect background for vice-president Sammye Porterfleld. In the lower picture is Barbara Parton, the girl who takes care of the secretarial duties and handles the purse strings of the sophomore class. fox K' " V .ri ' ' ,. 9 ,, P' If if ' li, V' -" V."V A f , 1 l II, LThe1l?s'cgAliernzitlly ballili' rf' i 1 I ' sf " r N " " F' i. ,J if f . 4 a ,Jaffa frbsroik .,,1.!. Thalia L y Af ...I lr' yi, I fm ,P X 4 X ,IL X15 V "X lf' N" tKichQfrAdams .,......,. Iumn pl J, -J lv 'l I fy .. ' "J Hazel Adkins ..,...,. Hamlin A ,V fy' ' fi' J 'X J 1. Mfyrtle Alcorn . . Denton if' A V rvi e r1 ge , ,. onta ba 'r 5' fu' 'll Aid 11 M 1 V uf" Constance Alexander Seymour J. 1 Ioanna Alexander , Honey Grove Marjorie Alexander . Megargel Martha Lou Allen . . A Princeton Io Ruth Arvin ..,,. , . . Baird Louise Atkinson ...... Houston Dorothy Ator .... Stephenville Marie Austin . ,...... Electra Nelda Mae Babb Doris Mae Bailey . .,.. Electra Billy Baker .. Tolar Charles Baker Honey Bryan H. Banister ..,,.. Thalia Iean Banks . , . .... Newcastle Eleanor Io Barrow .... Marlin Lloyd Bass ,, ,. . McKinney Velma R. Bateman Fort Worth Vivian Bedell ..,,., ML'K1'nncy r l I r E .,....Temple Grove Coach lack Sisco lays down the law to the Eagle footballers at the S. M. U. game. fi. Page 81 Richard Beck .. . Vernon Novelle Bedford . , , VVinler.f Earline Beeehem .... Lancaster Maxine Belcher Krum lane Maude Belew .. Vernon Merrel Benton .,..., McKinney Mary Fay Beskow ,.,. Eastland Katherine Bischoff . . . Roelqwall Alvin Bishop ..... Ponder Lorena Black . . . . Iowa Park Opal Blanton . . ,.., Leonard Louise Booker ...,. Henderson Opal Lee Boren , Whltesboro Neva Bourland ......... Itasca Charles W. Bowen ,.... Gunter Williaiiu Bowen ,...,.. Gunter Dickson Boyd ,...,.., Denton. Garrett Brammer .. Fort Worlh Montrue Bratcher ..... Prosper Ben S. Brooks ,..... Grapevine Marjorie Brooks Lewisville Wayne Brookshear , Whitesboro Charles Brown ,.,,..., Hamlin Iaek D. Brown ....,, Granbury - To Page 82 Orval Browning ,,.,AA Athens Iames Brownlee ..... Lancaster Laniee Bryant ..,... Nevada Robert Burdette .R0safell, N. M. C. W. Burnam Dallas Earl Bush .......,.. Corsicana Anna Mae Calhoun , ,. Hamlin Geraldine Camp , Breclgenridge Mary Frances Camp . . . Terrell Melba Campbell ....... Easlace Nellie Bea Candler . , , Molveetie Iimmie Carlisle .. Breclqen 1'z' dge lane Carmichael ..,.,.. Dallas q -P Ioyce Carroll ........ Eliaszfille ..-'. Paye Carpenter ..,,4.,.. Dallas L' Yi Margaret Carter ....... Rankin D ,mt Noah Carter .......,, Atlanta Dorothy Cartwright . BreclQenria'ge Iaek Castles ,,.. ...,.. A nson Kathryn Cave ....... Princeton Bill Chappell ...... Kaufman LaVerne Chrisinan ..,,r. Baird Evelyn Christian ......,,. Rice Paul Cox . . . ,..... Talzolqa TQ' use f :.,-. Sonnenburg and Kluber introduce Bob Burdette to the man with the cigarette, Mr. Bones. Page 85 I n V IA A L,, F l N by VA.' 4 .5 I , W JJ Y .f., :': L, yy l L i r , l :-' rl X 'ii 1 f q aw Earl Otis Clark .....,. Temple Gene Clark .,,.A,....., Dallas Neva Clevenger ..,..., Denton Paul Connor , , . Roswell, N. M. Dorotlia N. Cook . . Rising Star Euline Cook ............. Van Faye Ellen Cooke . . l China Florine Cox ,...,, Rising Star Mary Louise Cox . , . , . Olney Paul Cox ,...,....,... Tuholgu lack Crabtree ,..,.. Blue Ridge Wilma Lois Crain .. . Denton Elverna Criswell . Throelqmorton Helen Cruse . ......... Barry Bobbie Cubine ..,...,. Electra Dorothy Curtis . .,., Bynum Harold Davis .... ,... D enton Louise Davis . . ,... Itasca Nell Davis ....,.., , . , Dennis Ralph Waldo Davis ..,. Vernon Thomas G. Davis ..,...., Rule Cladis Dawson ....,...r Frisco lack E. Deen ....,. Wills' Point Russell Dickenson .,... Melissa 1lIl - . A'lI'II' - . ..,,,, - 11 I I I I l' ' . Y I ' ' y v F' 4 51 X f"' K V X, . i X l -. '- Page 84 U. I. Dietz, Ir. . Electra Claire Doss l'VhIifl'll'l'I.gl7l Catherine Draganis . Cisfo Dorothy Drain . , iNll'KI.H71C'j' Nliltlretl Drain , iWr'K1'11m'y Nlaxie Ann Drain 3l'1t'K1il1llL'j' ' Travis Drummond Denton Evelyn Dunn F0rc1rtI2zn'g Kathy Dunning . Eddy A V N if 6. t so M: ' D . D' l Q- ' . ff'v, i ,g try I0 utton an on A .:..V 4 an Inez tntixutii Celina ' A 1 Edith lzchols , Caddo H w,,..f-' V My AYLL O. K. Etlmontlson ,. , iflfltllltlh Leatrice Ellerhee , Por! .-Irthzn' Kay Ellett Roswell, IV. M. Charlie Lee Elliott Part M. Katherine Emhree . . Dallas Mary H. Erreho . Vcxpcv, K z111.v. K y Ben Estes . . Grarzbury :V iayi . I Yvette Eubanks . . . F or! W orlh Anne Everett ,,,.,,. El Pam Mort Ewing ........, Rio Vista Charles Fanning . Roanoke Royal Eaw . Denton Delegates to the annual llulne lfumoiliics Convention get togetliei' for a little li it if ght talk. Page 85 I iz 1 . Owens Ferguson ...,.... Dallas Geraldine Ferris .,,,..,. Dallas Clara Lee Fielder ..,..,. Howe Maxine Fisher .,,, Grana' Saline Frances Fitch ..,,..... Denlon Helen Ford ...,,,..... Electra Tomme Foreman . . . Palo Pinto Edith E. Fort .,...,. Beaumont Margaret Foster ...... Marshall Ruth Foster ,,,...... Cleburne David Francis ...,..,... Howe George Francis ...,. Tom Bean Martha Franklin . . . Port Arthur john Frasher .,.. ,... A rgyle 4 Shirley Frost ...... .... D allas Martha Grace Frysinger , Dallas Margaret L. Fulton .... Gilmer Ruth Gage .........,, Decatur Craig Gammon . .. Waxahachie Iames Gardenhire .... Roelgwall Mary F. Gardner .... Coleman Dorothy Garren . . . Turnerszfille George W. Garrison .,,. Dallas Edith S. Geer .... Westminster X fx " N' A ' Page 86 Corene Gentry .. . Burlqburnett l lane Gibbons . . . .... Bryan Rose Gibert .,..,.., Beaumont Marie Giddens ....., McKinney Marian Gilbert .....,.. Carbon Mary Frances Giles ,,.. flzftzlon Kent Gillum ,,.,,..... Electra Iune Girouard .... Port Arthur Katie Sue Good ,.,. Robert Lee Elizabeth Goode ,. ,. Denton Mary Helen Goode ,, , Denton William Goode ,...... Denton Geraldine Goodman. Whzteflforo Ioannah Gordy . . , , , . Weiner! Faye Graham , .... Fdg c'1t' ood Obinelle Graham ..,., Noeontz 3' J Qt it i Thelma R. Graham Edg z'ta food Billie Greene ....,...,. Sanger Edith Green ,,..,. Greenzfflle Eugene Hahnel ..,i.. DEUl..f0l1 Dorothy Hall . . . , , . . Italy 2 Marguerite Hall MeK1'n ney Mary Hall ,.,.....,, Megtzrgel Sue lean Hall . . ,.., Tyler Serious rehearsals get underway as Mrs. Hardy works hard for Nfleorge Wasliiiigtcin Slept Here." Page 87 if qi? Q SH Q 5526i 1 1. 1. OI!! i t Y Page 88 xx Frances Hampton ,, Comanche Kenneth W. Hannah .. lcrmyn ,Kyle Hardesty .... . . Denzrm Imogene Hardin , ..., Vera Kathleen Hardin .. , Woodxon J artha Harmon .. Fort Worth 'rj' ' Kathleen Harrington .Throclqmorzon I' Wanda Harris Nocorza U Eddie Lou Haug , A . Fort Worth Sadalyn Harvey .... Newcastle Mable Hawley ....., Denton Neva Ruth Hayes . Electra Estelle Heifner A McKinney Annie K. Hennen .. . Sherman Ioyce Henley ,,,.,,.., Nocona Dorothy Hibbitts . Seymour Betty Iane Hill , Burlqharnetl Dorothy Hall . ..,.,, Weslozfcr Elizabeth Ann Hill . Fort Worzh Frankie lean Hill , , Garland Mildred Hills .,.,. , . Denton Ioyce Holder ,... Wichita Falls Doris Holland ...,.,. Mcxlllwz Violet Holland . . , A , , Era loyce Gene Holt , Haskell Martha lame Holt Husliell Billie Honeycutt Mart Billie Hopper . . , , Rising Star Doyle Horsley , , Dallas Vannie Ruth Howell , . Van F. li. Huey , , . . Danton Mary Hunt , Lone Dali liohhie Hunter ,. . Coleman Elica Hutchinson ,, . , Dvlfizlb Iohn lsbon Wl1llc'xl7o1'o David Ivins . . . Frankfort, Ill. Eugenia lackson ..,,., C1i5C'I1 Kenneth jackson . . , Riclznrdxon lezm lzlgoe . ., , Denton Merle lcnkins , , ,, , Caddo Tommie lenson . . Iowa Park Eleanor R. Ieter ., Ben Iflfhevlea- Nlargienell Iohnson . . , Clelyurnc' Theo B. lohnson ,, Monzalba Iosephine lohnston . Roaring Springs Iames R. jones ..... lzlflqsboro l,. F. Iones . Mem ph Iii Mary lime lones .lnxon Mrs. A-Mk f. , . ' ' Q wrohltnix mil suth er ginil Mrs. Boumls might he talking ou-r tlormitory Il!.lI'l.lgCll1CI1I clictnti i Page 89 - M arzc lla Iones .,...... Royalty Kiyoshi Kamitaki ...... Hawaii Lester Kendricks .. Slqellytown Mary Frances Kennedy . . Frisco I. Morris Kibler . . . Piloz Point Bettie Kilpatrick ,...... El Paso Vivien Kirby ..,..... Malalqoj' Ruth Kirk ., Waxahachie Hurry Kluber .,... Chicago, Ill. Winnie Belle Landes . . 4 Dublin I. A. Lane . . ,...,.. Goodlett Roger Lassetter ..,... Alvarado Gerry Lavender . , . . , Ennis Iim Lawrence ,.... .... B aird Oscar Lentz ...... San Antonio Robert Lee Littlefield , , Vernon Bob ack Low . . . Fort Stockton l if! 1 l -.5 Foster Looney ,..., Fort Worth Iuanita Love Breclqenrfdge Billie Loving ,, ., Crosx Pfafns Kathleen Lowe .,..,.,. Danton Maureen Lowrey .. , .. Waco Robbie Luinsden ....... Chico George Lunsford , Mt. Plcaxanz 44 6 CV!! fx y X y Page Q0 VM? Edward L. Mahon ,,., Kc z'1' ville Helen Manner ,..... . Dallas Iohnnie Mantooth . , . .Wclimz loc H. Martin D6'71l071 Katie Lee Marshall . . . Gurlrzml Iohn Duane Massey Denton in Vzfkfl ' ' Nancy lane Massie ,ll'!fiKll1lll'y' if George S. Massingill Cr nfrzf niche Ida Sue Maxey ,, Fort Worth Dorothy Mae Maxwell . Demon La Vern Mayo , . . , . Van Ianie Mercer . Slzcrman Winnifred Merrill Piloz Point lilmora Messer , . Temple Marjorie Miller . , . .,.. Iloufc Mary Frances Miller Comanche 2 t H' X32 Iean Mitchell . . , Stmzwz Louise Mitchell .. T6Xtll'kd72tI Milton Mitchell .,.. , . . Denton Lois Monk .. . Szueciwalw' V 'Wi 'im KQn""'ivc,,: Marilyn Moody , . . Dallas wif . lor QW Anna Sue Morgan .... Denton lt WN Betty Lou Morgan ..r., flbbozt Vernon Morrill ......,,, Dallas NVere Taylor and loc making Ylzumi runs in tht- 'If C. shop when thi, one was snapped? Page QI Helen Mullins ,..... F0 1'1' eston Margie Munden ,,..,. lllarshall Pat Murphy ......., McKinney A. L. Musick, Ir. lfVhl.fC'h0ll5C' Louise Muston ,........ Goree Wallace Myers .....,.. Denton Doshie Myrick ....,, Woodson Wayland Myrick . Olney Margaret McAdams .... Dall czi' Howard Mcliee ..,..,... Blum Betty lane McCormick ,... , Carrollton Henry McCreight ,.,,.. Anson Derah U. McDaniel ,,.. Denton Ethel McDaniel ....,.,. ,llwin Etna McDonald South Bend Frank NlcDaniel ,.., I,llflC'6l.w'fC'l' H E I ii VVister McDaniel . , . . . . . . Nlurt james McElroy .... Duncanzfille N in M. V JLV lane McGinnis .,,, Dwzzozz VL' X Sarah M. Mcllvain . ,, Ponder john Ury Mcliinzie . Comanrlu' lack McLane A... Honey Grove Iohn McMillin .... Fort Worzlz Wanda Io McMurry ,,.. Bailey - I I4 1. ii 1 0115 X t if Page Q2 IU Smnla xqunu his lg. l1l7.1 Xiu-: X611 lunezmu X gl Unk Nylson Lmldc Bxlllc Louisa Nux ton , Fl'I'I'l-S XX 11101101 Norxell H114 uzfzdge Xvlllldlll H Nunn Banfzunz I Llfllllt Olson mt lftfizn' , , Ringgold Jap Bfzn'gmz'c orfh Port Lumm Izhzabgth Pmkrus Denton luf-fx ool Valley Mill ll lu mln 11 hr xxlnln F I , y 1 V Qs .At as , 5 X ,se Loey Proctor ......, McKinney Emmett Quattlebaum Collinsville Mary E. Quick ........ Marlin Audrey Ragsdale .. Waxahachie Carmen Ramsey ..,... . Mart Laura Bess Ramsey ,.,... Ennis Aubrey Reves ..,.,... Nocona Ann Rice 4... ..,. K nox City Ioe Lynn Rich ...,. Whilesboro Mildred Ricks ....,.. . . Ennis Billy Mac Ritchie Gateszfille David Robinson ., Weatherford Hubert Rogers .......,, Ennis Virginia Rogers .. Burlgburnett Oweta Ross ......,.. Rio Vista Helen Russell ..... Brownsville Campbell Scott . , Denton Dorothy Ruth Seely ..,, Dallas A. L. Shackelford ....... Dallas Evelyn Shinn .... Farmersville Billie Io Shrum . . BZ4I'kl'7LH'71C'lf Ellie Shults ......,,...... May Betty Io Siekman . . . Rising Star Fredonia Sikes ,,... Big Sandy TQ fx " " Y Page 94 Roslyn Singletary .. Henderson 'N 'SM Ruby Lehman sims ,, Wwdm -as 9 S as it S' Anne smith ,,.A .....,, I fera ' ',:.::, ',: S S Arline Smith ..,. . . . Rotan Lhky V i n Billy Smith ..., Ruidoso, N. M. Corine Smith ......... Ponder Effie Mildred Smith . Longview Kitty Smith , . , . . . Dallas Nancy Iimydene Smith , Sanger Reeta Nell Smith ..,.. Garland William Snider .... McKinney Dave Spencer .,...., Pittsburg I. C. Spencer ....,.,. Pittsburg Benjalee Stailey ,...,,.. Dallas lean Stallings ..,....... Bowie W. F. Statser ......,. Crowell Dick Stead .,.,,,,,.... Denton Iosephine Steger ,,..,,.. Dallas Dorothy Stonehack . . Monahan: Margaret Stover ,.,.... Denton Sarah Ann Stowe ,.,... Abilene Iames Stubbleheld .... Antelope Sue Stubbs . . . .... Dallas Alex Swain .... . . . Follett A l 4 W Vi 1 M 1 r A itil' mf- F w if yjili ' ipa- mr? QS? Ni -135 2 ittle music livens up thu rare quietness ut' tht- great hall at 'lit-rrill, Page 93 an QQ T' L.. limsy l.onnie Swaim , lfdwz Frances Sweeney H1'll.:b0r0 Polly Sweet ..... Broufmffood Ruth Tackitt . . , Gilmer Nlauvalene Tackitt Gllznrr Erma Ruth Taylor Dallas jewel Taylor ,,.,,,, Cozxdmrza Stewart Taylor . . . ...A Dallas lilwanda Tedrow Sffynmur Nlary K. Theohalt . .-Iuslln Claire Thigpen ,. Chilton lilva Thomas . . . 'Thl'0fk7'l10l'f017 Anita Thompson , . larlqxboro Mary Lou Tidmore Mzzlalqojf Sara Tipton . . . . . ,,., Elefzm Rohye lo Trainham .,.., l'vf'1'll Catharine Trimble , Fort Worth Nladelyn Tucker , , Garland Birdie Tunnell , Grand Saline Y i Tempie Tunnell , , Grand Saline , ick Vaughan .. . , CIHIANI77 Dorothy Venable , , Ennis Avo Vermillion ......, Denton Miriam VVade .... . , . Frixco Constance Waggoner Haskell Ada Belle Ward , Italy M. B. VVartl, lr. Alzfin Mary l.ee WVarren Byers Fdwina Watt . . . 1VIc'G1'cg0r Doris Weatherby McGregor Alminice VVeaver . Ruff' Kathleen Weber , Fart Worth Frances Welch . ,-11151111 l l T Irma Ioe Wankan . , Denton LaVerne VVharton . Leonard --tt 'at Q W if , Herbert Wheeler ,, ,, Daflaf A 5 Ruth N. Whitaker '1'ulxtz, Olqlzz. W h H Wh. x W b ' 'Ei lo n . ite . . 1 Ll anlq . "" Winell White . , , Gl't1l2dUl-L'll' .N::-f 53. ,gh .. . ..: 'Y fkt- Q ',' lt . ' ,. 5 Marjorie Whiteacre Shermalz ,. .Xlthea Vllhittenherg . Pzzztzdzke , . W. W'll': 3 , . . ' ffl! '-.. i l 1 iinis Bmdu 1 xi Charlene Willis Forzfstburg De? ND Q Gz1ylC Wilson , . lfVh6fIt,f as my Martha joe VVilson . , , . Denton Mary Inez Windham .. . Italy Elaine Witt ..,, Frisco Alma Wood iM0f1tugm Hey loolticl Canon over-it's bingo, the olrl favorite. lit-ing playt-il at the Halloween Carnival. ,,.,...,. . . , MU.. Q., . ,V Laaxs-qffag-tweak . - -.5LtLLe -4,,Qg, . ffzzxe pw 555.34 V ,-,...-..,-..,4e- Ay ' .gi U, L ' 4- ' 'Viz' , K 1 Y -atm :tif-T-L-f.1.11,, , . fr- --if.- f f. ............,,., . . Page Q7 Prexy of the freshmen, Marcus P . enny reads a letter While sitting in the post office Window. Charming Hilda Haynes looks up at the eamer' " ' a. Fish vice presil - . t ent Hilda combines study with relaxation at the South entrance of tlie Manual Arts building. lean Tu'k t er, secretary and treasurer of the class, answers the telephone in the publicity ofliee. v Doris E. Alexander . . . Megargel Wylene Allison ..., Groeshcrlq Iohnnie Ard .,..,. Gladczuatcr Iimmie Arledge ...... Mineola George Armentrout ..,,. Ozona Mae Dean Armstrong A. A Ennis Dorothy Askew .,.... Graham Dale Aughtry ,,.. Valley View Grandon Bacon ...., Kaufman Rosabel Baker , .... Rio Vista I0 Evelyn Ball ,.,,. .eilaarado Clayton Ballard ..., McKinney Pauline Ball l......... Graham Ada Banks .. .'.V ,f ..,... Olney 1 ' ' . P" t .""Reluecea Barham ,..,, . Deporl a 1 P ' " - Annie Barksdale ....,., Dallas Ray Bass .... .... F or! Worth Opal Barlow ..,.,, Bowie lake Beckham , . , Brownxhoro Lavelle Beene ,..., Fort Worth Gordon Bellah , , ,,,,, Saint lo Virginia Baxter ..... Rochdale Ouida Beard ,, B 1'zf clqenridgc' Annelle Bender ,..... Eastland Camera Club members scrutinize pictures antl holcl an informal discussion at one of their meetings. 2 if 1 Q Page Q9 Betty Berry A AA A Mesqaile Ierry Best AA Farmerszzille justin Bible ,..,,...,,,. Bells Gwendolyn Biggs A AA Teague Margueritte Bird ..... Vernon Mabel Birdsong A Longview Mary Birtcher ...., Texarkana Kenneth Bishop AA A Floydada Clarence Bivens Alrdnaore, Olqla. La Verne Black A Breelqenridge Lawrence Black A A A Daingerfiela' George Blackburn A Daingerfield Betty Ruth Blake ,,,. Weinert Betty Blankenship ..,, Denison Edna Marie Blanton .... Bowie Galen Blevins A AA AA Megargel Ralph Bloss A A MeKinney Fern Boggs A A A McRae, flrlq. jeane Bohannon AAAAAA Abilene Wayne Bonner AAAA AAAA M art Tommie Boorman A Princeton Audrey Bordon AA Ianetion Mabel Boren AAAAA Blue Ridge Tom Boston A A A A A A Perryton -WA r',. 'Z 1 s Na SN 1' Y 7 SSX!! 1.5 f A ll ' I J, " 5 Page loo Melha Breedlove Honey Grove Irene Breese ., . . Fort Worth Claudia Mae Brewer .,,, Bryan A Mary Bridendall . . , Quanah Sara Briggs ,. , Scymour Fred Bright, Ir. . . . . . Quizman Helen Brigman Betty Brock Fort ll7o1'Zl1 A Pauline Brock ., . Fort Worth Martha Brogdon Cameron Mae Broomfield , fllfrzrral Wells Elliott Browder . , , Bangs Merlyn Brown , Wliizwwight Iimmie Brunson Henderxorz Flo Bryan .,.,,. Honey Grove Irene Buell A . Pilot Point Grafton Bumpers . . Moran Eleanor Burrow . . A . . Charles Bush . . . . , . Ennis lmogene Buttrill A .. Grapezvinc Virginia Caldwell ..... Denton Hugh Calhoun .,.,...., Dallas George H. Call .... IFHFVJOI1 Robe rt Th . , . Fort lfllortlz Dallas Calloway ..,,,, Vernon e Beta lratcrnity car is the mme one President Roosevelt med to ride in on visita to I3 -- ---- - , Dalton Campbell ...... . Lipan Douglas Campbell W ichita Falls Evelyn Carlile ...... , Teague Mary Carlisle Fa1'mw'5zfille lean Carlson ..,.... . . , Dallas I. G. Carter . . . .... C0lll7Z5l!l'llL' Merrill Carlton ...... Ringgold Floreine Casey , Mon! Bclalew Lucille Cason .,.. . , , Denton Margaret Catanach 4 Port Arthur Kenneth Cearley . ,, ..,, Troy Hazel Champion .. Grapezfine Evalyn Chastain . . . Fort Worth Raymond Christal ,..... Irving Charles Chowning Lczzzmstcv' Lois Clark . . , Blum Sunny Clarke ...... MfGrc'g0r Iaequeline Coder ....... Alcfdo T. I. Collette ..,... Dallas Kay Collins , , . , Denton Billie L. Cook ,,,.... Iosephinf Mittye Cooley .4.... Kaufman Ioe Coquat ,,.,.. Three Rivers Io Annice Cornish .... Graham C Marjorie Cosby For! Worth Dixie Coston A Krzufmuzz Mary K. Couch A A A IX'LIIlfl71ZI71 lean Covington A A Efeczrrz Howard Cox A, ljalhzf Leona Cox AA A A-Inson Doretbea Darwin A lV!71ifL'll'l'fghf Mary Deane Cox Vernon Helen Craig AA Dwztfm Lillian Cross A Mcgargcl Moreene Crumley A A lfmzrs Polly Cummings AA A fllmlrudo Marigene Dancer Dallas Ruby Lee Darby AA Port Arthur leanne L. Davis A San .172f0l1f0 Rubye Davis Blue Rfdgw Vecla Mae Davis Cofllifwzfliffz' Marjean Day AA A Anson Robert Day AA Krzufnzuzz Ruth Dc-:Guire A A A Duifpzs I. D. Denman B7'15'fkC'l7I'IidgL' Martha Dennis l'lfli!50l1, Olqfa. Nancy DeVVeese AAAA Big Sandy Dena F. DeVVbitt A AA Hofnzfuv Clowning Arkansas A S M players :lest-rt the bench in the miclille of the game J. Q a xg l k 1 Q i X -sv Q Epi.. A, ,.,A A ini , it rf? W" SN Sv "Q wr .l i 1 l W x il r I' In siI Witll Green Iaelxets. Q 1 A ge 1113 is vi , , A .Ig ,zq E .cv ig If KWH . ff L l 5 Io DeVVhitt ,..,......,, Alvzn Doris E. Dellehay ....,. Ve 1'r1 on Kathleen Diller ,,,,.... Albany Frances Doekery . Trenton Ruth Dodds .....,,, Lanczxillc Iames Paul Donald ....., lastin Frances Donnell , ..,, Pefos Berry Dorsey . . , i. For: Wo:-zh Evelyn Dozier ..,, . . . Canton Helen Draganis .,., Cisco Harold Dul-ladway ,,.. Dallas Ioe Dunn ..,. , . . Blue Ridge Mary Louise Dyer , , . , Denton Angie Eatlierly ...,.,.. Bryson L. D. Edwards ...... Comanche Mary Ruth Edwards . Gilmer Lucille Egan ....,. . . 4 Krarn I. R. Enloe ,.....,...i Vernon Marcia Erickson . ...., Dallas Ann Estalurook , . . A . , II"ink Sweet Estes ...,,....... Ennis Linnie Evans . ..., .. flnna Hugh Fagg .... . Blue Ridge Modena Fairluetter . . . Boyd x 1 Page 104 l Leon Fanning . , . . Roanoke W Geraldine Farmer ,. Bellevue as 1 Kathrine Farrington Denton KH jean Faulkner .. , Fort Worth Delphine Ferguson lfleftrtz XVilliam Fetterly, jr. t Baird Ray Filgo , A Ltznrtzstcr Ruth Firehaugh ..... Palestine Dorothy Fisher . iUc'lx'1nney Dorothy Fitch . Denton Emma Lou Fleming Denton Paul Flowers . Phzlrr Marie Fogle . Sherman Bohhie Folley ,, . Groesbecfq Maxine Foster , . Denton Cowen Foulks .... Fort Worth Dorothy Fouts Denton Beryl Fowler ,.., Grand Saline Patricia Fowler , , . Denton Sarah Sue Fowler ...,.. Sabina! Aloha Frame Chzztttznuogtz, Tenn. A tb Lee Roy Franke , Orange Grove SJ it fx A, Q' Thelda Fraser . Denton A Q A 3 - A ,ggi 221.1 ,gf i,. Ray Fry ,. ,.., Thl'06k177!1l'f071 l 5 - iff' ,gf 1 lulrgu Parlser forgets his 'ACookie" long enough to Llllllft tlreamily with Ollie Page Io5 Roberta Gage ......... Decazur Loris Galloway .... Winnsboro Margoary Gambrell ..., Troup Robert Gantt A...A . . Princeton Ruth Gardemal ,.., Port Arlhur Maxine Gilbow . Burlqburnett Charity Gilliland ,...., Baird Ruth Gilstrap ,. A Denton VV. F. Gipson, Ir. ,... Coleman Virginia Goode ,. .,,.. Goree Mary Io Goodwin ...... Talco Virginia Gordon , Tlzroclqrnorton Iuanita Gordy .....,.. Weiner! Billie Grable . . . Throclqmorton Curtis Grant .,.r,..,, Forxan Fred Grant ............ Dallas Mary Gray ..,.... ,. Dallas lean Green . . , . , . Mound Louise Green . . .,.... Oglcxby Martliella Green ,.,, Ifliuszfllle jerry Greer . . . ....., Vernon Lulu Lee Gregory ..,. Quanah Billy joe Griflin .,.... Shcrlmzn Marjorie Ioan Griggs , , . Wink --fm, ,f Q 'j N X x , -6 l ,7 'f p ll N ' "U i .rr 'VN' X , Page IO6 Chester Guerry .. , Sfqellytown Rel wlus Guess . ,. .. H z1.v fqefl Mamie Haddon Iejerson Doris Hale , Gmndzffezu Donnie Hall ,. . R10 Vzklrz G Luscm lyn Hall .. Iitzirfz' Margie Mae Hall GI'6I71lJL'I,6Ilf Dorothy Halstead Houston Moclenzl Hancock . Klrchel' Cfly Orena Hancock . . , ,41'ch4'r City Betty Harden . , Overton Evelyn Hardin Woodson Betty Harlan . San Saba Mary Io Hargis . . , A A . Denton Lou Ella Harrell .,., Szamford Marcella Harrell . . . Sznmford Nettie Harrell Hzzsfqefl Nell Harrington Tf7J'flt'kW1I1I'ZfJ72 Billie Harris ,, Wfchila Falls Frances Lea Harris Quanuh Harry Harris . . De Leon Thelma Harris . Robrlozwz I, VV. Harston ,. , Gl'ZIP6'Ul.7Z6' Virginia llartman Fort Worlh W rg fy 5 ff. I -5 . i f V va, el Q gf , 2 A i gg.. Betty lane Tiinblin and a sailor-boy comlvine their talents to make a musical duet. C I JW -iva AQ-: C. E. Hastings ..A,,,.. Denton Virginia Haug .....,,,.. Waeo Doris Hawkins ......,,. Rotan Mary Helen Hawthorne Mart Hilda Haynes ..,.,,.,. Athens' Winnie Doris Haynie . . . Kemp Doris Heavener ,.,,... , . Azle Tony Hellington .. . Terrell Iimmie Henderson ...... Bowie Iolene Hennig . ....,,. Olney Virginia Henry , ,.,.,.. Wink Betty Iune Hickey Bl't'Ck6'71l'idg6' Helen Hickman ...,,, Cleburne Howard Hicks ,...... Denton Colburn Hill .,,,., , , Bowie Nora Beth Hill RUl'kll'00d Twyman Hill ,,....... Denton Dorotha Hilliard ,..,.. Demon Frances Hodge ..,.., Chuljield C. D. Hodges , . .... Dc Leon Betty Hollerek i... .,.. K rum John Hogg ,.....i,.., Venn,- Dorothy Holladay ..,... Venus Velma Holland . . . Whizcwright Page I 08 X I I I Billy Holmes ..., A loscplzine Henry Holmes A De Leon Ora Leigh Holt A AA Decatur Neil Honeycutt .... Big Sandy Mary Evelyn Hooker ,,.. Dallas Herman Hopkins AA Krum Mary Bess Hopkins Cleburne Bobbie Horne A A A Coleman Maurine Horton ..,,. San Saba 1 f Q! I -,X Dorothy Howard A ,,... Dallas ccj ff ' In a. Doris Howell A A A A Munday fb.:-fy ,4- S If l l Sw A, 3' 4 1 Q Ag-A ,A z-V Ioyce Hudson A A Hamlin Edna Hunter AA AA Dallas f "" l Margaret Irby AAAA A A A Maud as I Iimmy Isbell A Dallas i L J l if Ruth Isbell A Mineola A, , 'Q S f Robert A. Iackson Clzillimtlic YVanda layroe AA Crau'fm'zl 1 Doris Ienkins A A A AAAAAA Cazldo Gladys Ienkins A Dallax Merlin Ienkins A Comanrlzc Dave Iennings AA AA Coleman B Six Lois Iennings A A A A A Navarro is,-gg r 'Q 1. 15112 Glenna L. johnson AAAA Hartland 11-ww.: .. f,.': ffaYf."1 is , The String 1-Qnst-nible. with Lgintz, Cnstt-r, and pianist, make music on the nir. 1 I a L Page 109 M5 Helen Iohnson , Coolidge, Ariz. luck A. Iohnson ....,, Weiner: Orland W. Iohnson .... Dallas Ruby Rae Iohnson ....., Dallas Sara Iohnson . . Blooming Grove Oliver Iohnston ,..... Cleburne Donald Iones . . i ...., Graham Mary Io Iones .,.. Breelqenridge R. K. Iones . . . . Rocznolqe Alwilda Karnes ....., Denton Kenneth Keil ......... Phillips Annevu Kelley . , 4 . . . Denton Iune Keith ,.., ,, Goodletl Cherry Kemhle ,,.. Fort W01'tl1 Monnie Kemp ......., Vernon Betty Kennedy . . . . 4 Anson Curtis Kennedy . . . Kermit I. V. Kennedy, Ir. ,..... Abba!! Stanley Kennedy , Breelqenridge Mary Ann Kerby . Farmersuille Bonnie King . . , . .flreher City Marjorie King ,..,.. Rockwood Zionzell Kirby .. Terrell, Olqla. Esther Kirk Waxrzhrzelvie x 1 C IIO fl Gerald A. Kirk .,... Beaumont Elsie Kirton ,... .,... Af Iorgan Iune Elizabeth Knox . . . Ponder Melvina Knox . . . . . . Noeona Corinne Koehler . , Port Arthur E' Renee Labat ....,... Houston r X Q' -35 if x as . Ouita Floyd Lain ,, Anson Qi Beverly Lake . . . .... Dallaf V 2 Connie Lanning .,,, Iaelqsboro Harold Larimer ,..... Denton Delma Lawrence ......,, Lipan Marcelle de Leleu , Weatlzerj'ord Ruth Leonard .,.,. . . . Fate Dorothy Lewis . ,,.. Mesquize Rosalys Ligon ,. , , . Denton Iames H. Little Comanche Ruth Long ..i.,, , . . Denton Mildred Lowry A . . Valley View lane Loyd . . . ,...... Gilmer Millie Lynch ..., . ,. Slidell Clara L. Lutz ..,...... Vernon 3 L Daisy Belle Lyles ,,...... luxtin l Lillian Lyles ....,... H6Ul'liL'lfll A ' V Doris Magers ,... BlH'kbI4I'lll'l'Z an Punch time, with Moore and Cowan serving at an informal held ut the T. S. C. W. College Club. 25. . .M ,Xt N .lug Page I I I Bill Mahanay . . . . . Alvarado Patricia Marr . Klngjfsher, Okla. Iacquelyn Martin ....... lrzffng Loreta Martin ,i.... losephine Pauline Martin .. Vernon Letty Io Martin ..l...l Nocona Billy Tom Maxwell .... Denton Billy Meads .... .... S eymour Mary Bob Means . , .fillnilene Betty Mercer ........,,, Dallas Dorothy Merideth ,.,. Mabanlg Ioan Meritt ......, Iaelqsonzfille Iimmie Merritt , .. Waxahaelzie Dorothy Meyer .. Tipton, Kan. leanette Middleton ...., Dallas David Mikeworth .. Bellevue Dorothy Milburn ..., Dallas Margaret Millard . . . Bynum Billy Miller .,...... Spea 1'11z an Clyde Miller ..... . , , Merkel Marion Miller ,... . . . Dallas Ralph Miller ,... Grand Saline Neva Mills .......... T 1'z4 scott Elizabeth Mirick ...,.. Te 1'1' ell Page liz Dorothy Mitchell ....... Plano Milton Mitchell ,, Nocona Patsy Mitchell ,,....,, Manday Ianie Mjaaland ...... Kaufman Dennie Modisette .,.,.. Laflqifi Dorothy Moore .. , Graham Mary Louise Moore Denlon Verna Moore , A Grand Saline Robert Morgan ........ Dallas Sammye Morley ...... Quanah y Dorothy Morris . .... Sherman Georgia Morris ..,,. Canadian William Morris, Ir. .... Qaanah Leluund Morton ..,,. Corxicana Blanche Moseley .... . Iegerson Dorothy Moseley .... San luan Ioseph Moseley .,.. Fort Worth D ' I Frances Mosman ,,.. Iowa Park . Adele Moughon .... Wills Pain! Frcdnu Murdoch A Dallas Betty Anne Myers , . , De Leon Van B. Myers .......... Dallas Frances McAlpin .. Midlothian Merle Mc.-Xlpin ..., Midlozlii fzzz Q-ax X 33 kt? y ,gif Tv' ligickstalge ut il student zissemlily. stage slum' star Keniluil helps gi young luily with her lviuicelet. 17.1 i I fl Iunior McCall ., . Farinerszfille Erma McCarty Medicine Mound Bettye McClatchy ...,,. Dallas Martha McClellan Stamford Margaret McClintock .. Haskell Sally Ann McCloud .... Bryson Lois McClung ...,..,.. Anson Peggy McComb . . Aurora, Colo. Clara Lee McCright .... Rotan Coman McDonald . Normangee Mary Io McDonald . Rising Star Edna Earle McDougal . , , W'ink Marggie McDougal ....., Wink Ruby McFall ,....,... Abilene Don Mclver .... Wichita Falls Iackie McKay .... Madt'sonville Peggy McLean ...A Fort Worth Pat McLeod ...,...., Florence Marguerite McLeroy .. Manflay Billirene McMillin .,.. Trenton Ruth McMillen .,.. McKinney Patricia McNeel . . . Cross Plains Myra McReynolds .... Seymour Sara Neale , . ...,.... Denton Q fQ 1 Q .N ? N T Ok? N 1 1 I., f H 5 , . , C I g ,1' I V, fam y.,.v Christecl Neyes AA Roby U , ,S A li 1 4 ,A VA. luunitu Newlvy A A SlUI'IllgZ0ll'lI i l 0 U f W l , W' LaRue Newcomer ,Ii-p jj. ,yi A JAM!! Charlotte Newman l"lfL1xuhuc'h1ie ' it l ' llillie Ann Newton illrzrrlzall Leon Newton A l'VL'li7lL'l'f Mary Y. Newton lllm'5l1i1ll Mary Eugenia Nichols lffzzzix Blanche Nitlny A Homlon " Frances Tohin Noles AA Da-nzon V A' ' V "L, - "-- W: i l Nat Noles DEIZNIII I AA I Martha Norman .,.... Trcntozz '3' A- Sevie Norton A A A A Wills POIVIZI Kay Oatis A AA Dallas Ioan O'lSrien ll!!-liflllfll Full.: Eloise Odum ,A A A Denton Velta Odle ..., All-Kizzrzey George Ogle ...,. A A A Phillips Doris Okerson A A Spring Lake Hts., N. Martha O'Nenl A, , A fllzford Eloise Ottinger A A , AAAA Seznzo Ouidn Owen Malalqoff 'H W A Delores Uxtord A A GI'LlfJl'L'1'l1t' .gig -'- iii Ruth Painter AA A A A Comyfz . Uni. f l Veteran clirector Myrtle Hnrtly helps nicinhcrs of the College Plant-rs with their lines. ue Zig v A L VVannell Pa Ma Ieanne Par Inez Parris .A ... Iune Patterson ..., . , Tir' L Doris Pea inter .... Lezuikuille ry C. Paradeaux . , . Denton Claudie Park ..,... Kaufman lulia Kate Parks .,.... , Barry Fatt ,. .. . Dallas Wichita Falls Elizabeth Parvin .... McKinney Harvey Patterson ., Collinsville 712071 cota Patterson .... . . , Vera Arthur Payton ,....... Nevada Edna Pearson ......., Nlexquize vy ,.,....,.. Garland Maxine Perdue ..,..,., Haskell C. L. Pettit .... Tlzrockmorzon Emma Sue Phillips .. . Britton Ioyce Phillips . . . , . . Paradise Sue Pool Louis Piteock, Ir. , , , , , Graham Robbie Sue Pittman .,,. Albany Ieanette Pitts ....,...., . , . . . . . Gl'l11ldl!lf'lU Patti Popnoe ...., Silver Valley Annelle Poston ,,.... Trinidad Sadlei lim mie Lee Powell ...... Azlc' Page II6 l l 1 I I X l l sl ff - . ' 'M .'M": Melba Prince ...,........ Bells I -,Z -- A xl Dorothy Prock ....,.... Dallas , H' A 'IU Pauline Prock .... Henderson i X '- Henry Pyle ,. ,, Kaufman 'I ini' Hazel Quisenberry . . , Hendetta Dorothy Raley .... Valley Mills M Faye Ralston ,,..,. Iowa Park I Marian Rawlings . Water Valley Willene Reast ,,... Whilesboro Sam Redwine . . . Throclgmorto-n Virginia Reedy ,... . . . M141'1'ay Marian Reese ....,r McKinney Martha Io Reese ..,.,, Albany Vivian Reese ..,... McKinney Bobbie I. Reeves . Gl'lll7I1l'll'Il' Marion Reeves ., Qafzmafz Almer Morris Renfro . . Dawson ean Rice ....., ......, I lenus -- , Forrest Richards ...... Bonham "": Fred Richardson ..,. Plloz Point I Katie Richardson . Honey Grove - F' Leon Richardson ,..i ROCRIULZIZ Bennie F. Riley A... Midlothian Clifford Robertson , . Robert Lee Ilarleni-town Jitterlnugs perform at the Halloween Carnivtl, while Pipi look ln at lett. Page 117 , ,Lll like W Marjorie Rodgers Wichita Falls Mary L. Rodgers .. Fort Worth Sherman Rosenheld.Ch1'eago, Ill. Lucy K. Rowell ....r,.. Anson Betty K. Russell ..... Sherman Ruth Rutherford Galeszfille Doris Saunders ..,r.. Coleman Wayne Scarbrough . . Laird Hill Idaleene Scheu .. ,. Sanger Gussie Io Schieffer . Dallas Rose Marie Schiffke ..., Dallas Dorothy Schroeder Burlgburnetl Inez Scitres . . . . .,.. Gilliland S. E. Scott . . , ,,,.,., Postoalq Virginia Scott ..,,...,.. Dallas lack Scudder ....., Comanche Elizabeth Scull ,...., Sherman Catherine Seat ...... . . , West Lila Fay Self .. , Mineral Wells Earl Senter .. Alvarado Christine Settle ..., Forestburg Helen Settle .,..,.. Forestburg Tillye Settle ....,,.,..,. Baird Dorothy Shadix .,....., Dallas 5 1 l 1 :ln 1 I 1 ln-li z I k I X I x l Page IIS Katye R. Sheffield , Penelope Boyce Shelton . . Abilene Benjamin Shirley McGregor Alma F. Shrader SCHYIZIOIZ Marilyn Shultz . . . Dallas " ' , ii is Scott Siddle . , Roxlon fe if 7 -rl Sue Sidehottom Fort Wortlz Iiarline Sillix C 1'f1.f 5 Pl izlilz. f n?f'l f Ag Florene Simmons , , Denton Iuan Nita Sims Chilton Rosalyn Singletary Henzlc 11'. f on Helen Siratt . ., G i't111 dzflezu Marston Slate ., .. I-Iomlon Helen Slider . . . , Comanelze V ' Mildred Sloman , W1'el1fm Falls . " Billy Ioe Smith .. Dallas S A I M ' REQ? lg Marilyn Smith ,. .. Bynum Mayre Io Smith ....... Denton Neita Lou Smith . .. Goodletz it 1 1.5 i 4 ,I .J A. Rosalie Smith . . . , Dallas Ruth Smith Cleburne V ,. Doris Snead .. Robert Lee 1 A- If l u sg 'V 8 Frances Snider . .. .... Denton i 'V S , 1 l i.., . . f iiit Ma 1 W nette Sn ler W 160 , -.,. ' 6 V 'K L . trlf Back in the days when llr. Willignns more .1 ILIX-'HOW it's Army rt-galia for the former Lift prof. Page 1 IQ MY? K Page 120 Marian Spangler .,,,..., Dallas Lydia Spearman ......, Iermyn Ioe F. Specht ....,,.. Bellevue Frank Spencer . Haskell Marjorie Staggs . . . Port Arthur Chloe Dell Stalcup ...., Goree Annie V. Stallcup .,..., Celina Wilson Stark .... .. . Dallas Ann Steagall ........,. Keller Bob Stewart ........ Alvarado Marjorie Stewart ,,.,,. Cresson Gloria Stevens Valley Mills Nina Stiles . ,..... McKinney Emma R. Stripling . . Big Spring Iames Stubblefield ..., Antelope Nina lean Swope ...,.. Killeen Ed Syrewiez Ozone Park, N. Y. Rosanne Syron .......,. Dallas Frances Taafe ........ Trinidad Dorothy Tabb ...... Longview Tommy Talley .... Gainesville Doris Taylor ......,... Pampa Lois Taylor ........,. Demon Ouita Taylor ,,..... McKinney Ray Taylor ..., .... Q uanuh Wilma Thiele ......A. Mission Addie M. Thor mmals . Georgetown lean Thomas .... .. Irving Leola Faye Thomas ..., Aubrey Lois Thomas . . . Bridgeport Peggy Thomas ,. . Big Spring Robert Thomas ..,..,. Vernon Charlotte Thompson .... Waco Mildred Thompson ,... Morgan Albert Thornton A . Whitczwight Rowena Thornton .... Denton lack Thurmond ,......, Dallas Eugenia Tilson ...., Matador Doris M. Timmons . A McKinney , Glenn Todd ,,.... W catherford Anita Traweek .... Foizrd City Denie Tucker ..., Wizxahufhic' Edith Tucker ,...,..... Tulco lean Tucker . , . . . . Dallas Iohnie Tucker ,,.. Waxnhachic Lillie A. Tunnell . Ben Wheeler Iudith Turner ,...., . , , Rule Ruth Turner . . . . , , , Denton if i K Maybe they clon't iitterlmgfllr. Carl Mattlit-ws, Mrs. Matthews. and Max Huebner at stuclent-faculty nl.mcc is 7 4 vr '.,f,1i-2 - ,wu- xil ' . 1 Page I2I ff If I x' O f s A - 5 f I ,M , ',,, f , H Page 122 Io Turney .,,, .. . Kaufman Edna Underwood Denton Marjorie Vanderhoff . , . Denton Ellis Wade . . . .... Gilmer Kent Vlfagonseller ,,.. . Bowie Bill XValdo ..,.,.,..,,, Marlin E. G. Walker ...... Cross Plains Dolories Marie Wall , , Hillsboro john VVallace ,... ..,. , 'iltlzens Mary Ellen Ward ..,. W extozfer Ruby Ion Ward ,,...... Bowie Lois H. Watkins ,.... Rosebud Carl VVHISOH .. Sweetwater Gertrude Watson ,..... Denton Gloria Weatherly ,. Fort Worth Mattie Eula Webb ., Bonham Iuanita Webster ..,, Groesbeclq Iean Weir ...........,. Troy Dorothy Iean Welch .. Anson Ioe Welch .. .. Anson 4 Dena Wells ....., Brownwood Ioe Edward Wells Weinert Molly Io Wells ., Brownwood Iames Wester ...... Floydada I Charlene Wetsel ....., Bellevue Cockerell Wheeler Easlace Charlotte White .... , Anson Davis Whitehead ..,..i N!JC071H Horace Whiteside . . Fort Worth l i Page Whitmore ...., Denton i l 1 Miller Wilbert , Copperas Cove l Barney Wilhorn , Olney i l A. B. Willeford . ,,.., Demon Ruby Wilkinson .. Fort Wortlz :LE E Helen Wiiiiams .. Wolfe Cay srreat D ' 5" : :5:. V Martha Williams , Fort Worzlz Cl C Velton Williams . , . Wlzitesboro Marie Williamson .,.... Izasea Betty Io Wilson ........ Bells Iunior Winder Bowie Hazel Winton ...... Longview ' N Mary L. Wisnewski ,..., M ar! H V VV r , hs? :,.k- E:.: :Ii :-.I . I nk Rall' Wonaack 4 , A , . Dallas K .,,-:. V WV A Ioe Wood . . . . Dallas ' 4+ 4 A .r,. It .iff Lr,. ., , , , , ai is - f , :gg l Bert Woodruff ..,... Worzham Edwin Worley . . , . . . Austin Geraldine Wray Newcastle Robert W. Yarbro .,... Forsan The night before the Commerce game everybodxy took L1 hand in the big bonfire to get the Eagles red hot. 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The polilical oil began simmering early in February, and on lhe sixlh ol lhal monlh, sludenls wenl lo lhe polls and nominaled len men and eleven women lor lhe run- oll eleclion. A week and a hall laler, on February I6, lhe sludenl body wenl lo lhe polls al lhe Power Planl and casl voles lor lhe live men and live women lo be represenled in lhe lavorile seclion ol lhe yearbook. A lie resulled in lhe run-oll vole casling, and anolher eleclion was necessary lor lhe lwo men who lied, Clovis Cowan and Jack Maguire. February 23, lhe sludenls again wenl lo lhe polls lo decide belween lhe lwo men, selling a record lor lhe lenglh ol eleclions on lhe cam- pus ol nearly lour weeks. Nominees elecled in lhe preliminary voling were Jerry Robinson, Peggy Lorenzen, Virginia Paxlon, Ellena Fayne While, Mary Jo Dullon,Rulh Nell Whilaker, Mary Jane Jones, Marie Auslin, Kay Ellell, Billie Wolle, and Bubblie McDaniel, Bill Janes, Bill Chappell, Fred Ken- dall, Vandel Green, Paul Connor, C. L. Carr, Charles Dameron, Charles Baker, Clovis Cowan, and Jack Ma- guire. Eleclion winners aller lhe smoke cleared away were Virginia Paxlon, Billie Wolle, Ellena Fayne While, Mary Jane Jones, Bubblie McDaniel, Bill Janes, Bill Chappell, Fred Kendall, Charles Baker, and Clovis Cowan. Xn RMON Rubxi Luc-'O Bud WY HT fX.T. S.T.C. In Educa+ion Rogers In Publicaiions a L. E Jean Walsh Emma Lou Long l n Musk In Biology Max Johns+on ln lnau In Physical Ecluca+ion Doyle Walker slflal ws lnArf P efe place 39 . Oakm M nfl. S.T. C ln Economics ln English Joe Rogers BeH'y Jane Timlolin en? Xn Govemm Q n Joe Suk O A9l1e S Me MW HT l'X.T. S.T. C. Gclyum fn Md I7-S In Physics y In Geography VW George Massingill Louise BrogoiH'i In Deba+e Henry Amlin In Li Xn In A Cappella Choir Eugenia Hughes CW nfyshxf br GI' y Service . eww Mildred Qfffflfn PU" WW M l'X.T. S.T. C In Mafhemafics In Speech . ,ew Qu, FE , 'ff 'VM 135' 4 1 Fkfafa Roberi' Lee Moore Virginia Pharr Miller Ecluffallon ln B In uslness nd 6 1 OWS mes Ja GSOI. WY H1 l'X.T. S.T. C. Religious Ac+ivi+ies ln Drama+ics 9 . ld Glo Ver Billy Nunn Rena Brown fn Fowl, Qn Ld D905 Ss In Radio Fra nk Ba rrow Represenled in 'rhe Yucca Who's Who secrion for I942 are Twenfy-five oulslanding sludenls of Norlh Texas S'ra+e Teachers College. These sfudenls were picked by heads of deparimenis and facully members for scholar- ship, leadership, personalily, and exlra-curricular ac- liviries. The sludenls picked and +he deparlmenl or acrivi- 'ry which lhey represenled are as follows: Ruby Luco, hisroryg Buddy Rogers, music: Max Johnslon, biology: Emma Lou Long, educaliong Jean Walsh, publicalionsg Jim Oalman, indusirial arlsg Pele Place, arf: Doyle Walker, physical educaliony Joe Rog- ers, economicsg BeHy Jane Timblin, English, Joe Sullon, government Agnes Meacham Marrs, home economics: Henry Amlin, debaleg George Massingill, physics: Louise Brogoiili, geography: Price TruiH, chemislryg Mildred Quillin, library service: Eugenia l-lughes, A Cappella Choir: Roberl Lee Moore, malhemaricsg Vir- ginia Pharr Miller, speech: James Townsend, business educaliong Georgia Glover, foreign languages: Frank Barrow, radio: Rena Brown, dramalicsg and Billy Nunn, religious acliviiies. Qsmm KWH' gif" srl' '53 'FM --J-f-4-Mm ' , ll -5 wugh Ihr f"..lglL'N xxx-11' plling up Plbllllx lhc'1'c ww .1 xml lyllwllrv .na thy Simnlxrlm XX.lILklIL'li lLll11IKI1.llL'N hutrl Head Coach Assis+an+ Coach Jack Sisco Fred Cobb i Assis+an'r Coach Km.: M - Choc Sporfsman Eagle Foofball Machine . . . I94I Model Lone Sfar Conference Charl' Conference Sfancling September Setup Faced with one of the biggest proh- TexasV2""2g'f'ged 1536 Agfglff lems of' his coaching career, the task Southwest 3 1 0 .750 68 I7 of holding the Lone Star Lonference East Texas 2 2 0 .500 56 28 . Sam Houstonl 5 0 .250 20 gg crovvn that his teams had won for ' X . . S'F'Austm 0 ' 0 'OQO 27 88 two straight years, Coach lack Sisco, All-Season S+andmg I f l H k Team WonLo5,Tied Pd' ,,0,Agdim, Eage ootva mentor, too oxer .1 North TCXGIS 7 l 0 ' L 1 f ruin I -fr -- - uni Eastnxas 6 2 l .722 141 35 squu o iorc u 1 g c cimen t Southwest T. 4 4 0 .500 81 58 40 squadmen and moulded once S. F. Austin 2 5 1 .512 46 181 . . 5amH0u5t0n1 8 1 .150 90 255 IUOFC fOI' Ntlflll TCXLIS ll WIIIHIDQ football combination. Headed by Co-Captains Eugene Wood and Ervin Clay, the North Texas State 1 l oo.. S eleven skipped and plowed their Way through all the opposition their conference opponents could put in their Way, and emerged once more undefeated and untied to carry off their third consecutive conference championship. Out of the fray arose such stellar players as Eugene Wood, ace passer and punter, Nace Formagus, place kicking guard, and defensive center Durvvood Mumford. The remainder of the team, including Little All-American Forrest Co- vin, worked together as a perfect machine and left little to he desired, but much to be fcmefnbered- Sisco pointedly einpliasixes terse instructions. SM. 5 X f ui' '23 s 1 '-t :IW KN' . K oysiwgfggffmag, V , , , A. sip .R + te, il' ay, i u , . get he wer ' - . fe .. 'wi .ww :H 1 First row: McGee, Clit-lm, lglllilll, Barnes, NV. M. Mumford, Sholner, Mansour. li. Smith, Vann, Metiain, Yetter, Ht-ckliain Second row: Huck, Gr.xl1.inl, Orenhaun. Covin, Koonce, NVood, l'iUl'I1lLlQLlS, .Xshtolm Clay, Clayton. lanver, Sisco Third row: Sportsman, lluhon, O'Gl4-shy, l'l1rt'ell, h'ltll1f4Q1lIllL'l'f, .'xl1ilI'L'XVS, Roy. Iolinson, Patterson. Iloxve. Del-'oo1', Ilart, Richar Fourth row: Reeves, Milieska, XVaters, Muggs, ll. Mumford. Carr, Self, Black, liroxvn, larnagin, laeoivi. lfdens we Smit. tlson -f,-mv, , , as , -.,, I 1, ,wma Q, ' f---.R ,bf , J WE, 4 N 3" -1. Rnd A-i ' " V, tv 'v AA . ',7a""""'l ' ' --2.5 3 , - ,gzggfg-u.. - tv ..?..,,,w . 6 3 V t. f v.,yi,...s mL,ZggLL:wu-sa-,nw 3w"gQ"-w-...,,.. A dx"-"GH-x... V A funn--.-.1 ' is if 'JM Misa-nn-.sf 1 2' fwfr 5 ., ii" .- Y 1 . .a Mmm 5 1 'NW A nom, " . , 1 M. A ""'uu.c..,.. "Fw ,W -germ 'nr' i'.1f"-'-- MM"""'w. S7321-vw, ,QFQ 3 H L Yir- Ylfiv V Yiiq Y 6 JI 'ch Texas S. M. U. Steam-Roiiing Huskies Fiarien Nor ' rainst the povveriui Mustangs ot Southern Metho- ' defeat hy a score ot 54-0. Coach North Texans ioothaii season ac, in ov ervvheirninsg, uarter, and the Methodists in their 1941 cnt dovvn second q ' i sscd the e oi Opening r - dist University, the Eagies vv a' Sisco resorted to using his reserves eariy in the ver ahie to threaten the Mustangs. The Dentonites outc a ' Co Captain Wood booting the ieather nine tirnes rot an averag ards. f mf 11 Co- lrlcrlmfk VV 011 Captain Eug were ne oniy one division, with - M. U. kicks averaged oniy zoy gi yards. The S. Co-Captain Ervin Ciay, guard ene Wood, back ti is N ' - VAll'mL.d by M ' USI111. ' A laclqcr 5 :ls lu. in-I th.. ' fllllg-y Lqgius t . rictl and Lriulq hm g -Hlxtlit-,-H Meth ' what W ' 'tm - D4-cw, Ciay ron, back Oreflbaun' Suikon end . d en Forresk Covm. W are Pufceu' b ack Co-Cglptuilm VVnod gctn boxed as thc lfzlglcs Hgl 1t their way int: 1 Lion tcrritury ID thc curly min utcs of thc lizlst Texas fray. ,ww '- . Af.. , .W I Ira DeFoor, guard A 1 s Ag Edens, raclde --"-1--w- we-r"'-gc. - ' ' M Q-, H! . W N ,KQV s I uxiiilt ilu last 'lf X. N nth. H.-S. U. Defeat Srarrs Eagle Vicrory Drive Upsetting all advance dope, the North Texas Eagles rolled over the highly touted Cowboys of Hardin-Simmons University in Abilene on October 4 by the close count of 7-3. Playing a score- less first half in which both teams attempted Held goals and missed, the Eagles fell behind in the third period when the Cow- boys marked up three counters with a placement boot. At the opening of the fourth quarter, the Eagles took over on their own 45-yard stripe and aided by Co-Captain Eugene Wood, who car- ried the ball on all but two tries, marched down the field for the winning touchdown. Nace Formagus, ace Eagle guard and place kicker, booted the ball through the uprights for the extra point and put the game on ice for the Eagles. Outstanding on the de- fense for the Dentonites were Little All-American Forrest Covin and center Durwood Mumford. -'ciw-chu" Carr- ladle B nY efaham- tackle en Vernon Ashlon, back Q73 K-T' i H,-1 J ' l fy l Q l 'E f F' I . X, , if A: V - , 3 A we fs, . V, , J ... D ,, z fr ,- S ' 'ff fi V s Q K-, 3 fl Vi 1 t X f 2 il KJ Hy' 2 L77 Q2 Q Q 13 Coach lack Sisco's North Texans met the razzle-dazzle Boll Weevils of Arkansas AGM in the Eagles' first home game of the 1941 football season and smashed over the clowning footballers by the top-heavy count of 60-0. The Eagles scored at Will and spent more time in laughing at the antics of the Arkansas players than they did in playing football. The Boll Weevils, with utter disregard for any form of orthodox play, spent much of their time in performing for the fans, and the Eagles had a field day with the football. Statistics at the close of the game showed that the North Texas team had piled up some 24 first clowns to the three scored by the Boll Weeyils. On the ground the Eagles accumulated enough yardage to multiply the length of the field by three, and the light-playing and hard-acting Boll Weey'ils ended the game with a total of a minus three yards. D urwood Mumford' cenfer Bud Howe' back Pefe Duhon, back Alberi' Mikeska, end Frank Power, back 4 Adding more color to the already colorful North Texas- East Texas grid classic, the Eagle and Lion Bands take over during the half. Above, the Marching Band of our college comes to attention, displays the colors of Old Glory, the Lone Star flag, and Denton's Green and White. At left, a high-stepping Commerce majorette leads the Lion Band through the formations. Packed stands watch powerful Eagles tear through the East Texas defensive, salt the game down on ice. Above, an Eagle back neatly side-steps a would-be Lion tackler to pile up yardage for the locals. The Denton crowd, at right, has that happy look of tri- umph as it watches the Green and White march to victory. Sprinkled by a large number of ex-students, the crowd had a happy Homecoming-both during the game and afterwards. Color, Black and While Records Triumph Over Tradlhonal Foes A happy ending to a glorious football year-the crowd flows on to the field and joyfully congratulates victorious Eagle football mcn The rcfercc's arms go straight to hcnvcn, and another six points is chulkcnl up for North Texas' side. Eagles Dive: S. F. A. Aclc-Aclcs F-lop Playing their first conference game against the surprisingly powerful Stephen F. Austin Lumberjacks in Nacogdoches, the Eagles had to resort to an aerial attack to defeat the ,lacks by a 28-o count. The Eagles struck twice in the first half when quarterback Eugene Wood flipped passes to Sutton Orenbaun and then to Ted Koonce to make the score I4-O at the close of the first half. In the second half, Wood again added to the Eagles, victory margin by carrying the leather across the double stripe for six more points. In the fourth stanza, little Cotton Ashton, Eagle scatback, breezed over the Lumberjack goal for six more count- ers, and the Eagles had their Hrst conference victory behind them. The four extra points after touchdown were made by Nace Formagus, Eagle guard. Game statistics proved that the Denton air attack was the undoing of the Lumberjacks in that the Eagles gained 180 yards through the air, while the Lumberjacks had to be con- tent with a total of I25 yards in the same manner. T. C. Challcs Anolherg Ka+s' Drive Fails Slated as one of the toughest teams on the Eagles' conference schedule, the Bearkats of Sam Houston State came to Denton on October 24 and fell prey to the hard-playing Eagles by a score of 19-o. Led by ace place kicker Nace Formagus, and accurate armed Eugene Wood, the North Texas eleven managed to stay in front of the pack for the entire game and were threatened only once during the whole playing period. The Bearkat threat came in the third quarter when their aerial offensive began to click, but heads-up play by the Denton team stopped them short of pay dirt. Formagus carried off scoring honors for the day with a total of seven points scored with two field goals and one extra point. Wood tossed a pass to end Forrest Covin for one of the Eagle counters and Ashton, reserve back, accounted for the second Denton marker. Defensive honors for the day went to Mumford, Eagle center, and Covin, Eagle end. Ted Koonce, end Lloyd lv1cWhirl'er, end Nace Formagus, guard , '?..5.V'P. 'ijt ' ,' ,,tFs:4' :ggi -f A., 'ef K V' 'K , . 4 r-1-2 as s t.,.:,.s-.f't.-1.-mf, ..: Lp . .. 1 The Eagles took their biggest scare of the year when they went to San Marcos to meet the Bobcats of Southwest Texas State Teachers College. The game which saw the Eagles leading by a one-point margin at the half time ended with the Dentonites winning by a ro-6 count, but they had to fight all the way for the advantage. Sutton Orenbaun provided the Eagles, only touchdown of the day when he picked a fumbled ball out of the air and raced across the Bobcats' goal for the score. Nace Formagus con- verted. Ollie Clark starred for the Southwest Texas team when he went Q0 yards to score for the ,Cats, but the extra point was missed. The second half opened with the Eagles trying to improve their lead, and Nace Formagus arose to the occasion and kicked a placement boot through the uprights to give the Dentonites a four-point lead, which they managed to hold until the final gun. Statistics at the end of the game showed that the Eagles had little advantage over the Bobcats in the yardage gained. ..I- 5 ,f wt lf ,. .tiff - x-.-,-- f my-.11 -Appr A .fxx x Q..i'A.!' '-5 Slated as a breather in the Eagles, tough football schedule, the Kangaroos of Austin College in Sherman came to Denton on November 7 to meet Coach lack Siscols high flying Eagle team. The Dentonites took over from the sound of the opening whistle and carried the game into Kangaroo territory for the entire afternoon. The Eagles scored in every period of the game and in every way possible. Backs Ware Purcell, Frank Power, and Eugene Wood took advantage of the game to im- prove themselves for the coming East Texas State tilt and accounted for four touchdowns and two extra points between them. Wannie Miller, Kangaroo fullback, starred for the Austin College in scoring the lone Kangaroo touchdown of the day. Miller carried the ball on successive plunges to the Eagle five- yard stripe and then plunged over the center for the score. The Austin College try for extra point was blocked by the fast charging Eagle ends and center-Ted Koonce, Sutton Oren- baun, and Durwood Mumford. Carl Monfgomery, cenfer Sfricldand Shofner, back CoH'on Marhn wafer boy ' - wmv i fff'...-n 1 1. 'A .La ai. f sara - is t Ponies tackled high, low and in the middle as North Texas fought to gain ground in their hardest game of the season. CowhyfduwdomiSparMMug'TemhinlioiaeomiuglYhwnphCDvorE.T. Coach lack Sisco's North Texas State gridders met the Lions of East Texas State in Denton on November I5 before a homecoming crowd that numbered over 7,000 fans and continued their undefeated march to the Lone Star Conference crown by downing the lighting East Texas crew by a count of I5-8. The win marked the Eagles' sixth win of the conference championship and their third successive win in as many years. Early in the first quarter, the Eagles outsmarted their opponents and set the stage for the first North Texas score. Sutton Orenbaun, Eagle end, hid out on the sideline and took a pass from quarterback Eugene Wood that moved the ball to the Lion 33-yard stripe. From this point Wood carried the ball over the double stripe for the score. Formagus, attempt at conversion was blocked. The first Commerce score came after a punt by the Eagles was blocked by O'Dell, fast charging Lion lineman. The ball rolled out of the Eagles' end zone and gave the East Texans two points. After the Eagles had kicked out, a succession of East Texas drives carried the leather to the Eagle 24-yard stripe, where the drive stalled for a few moments. Finally the East Texas eleven moved the oval to the two-yard line where Martin carried over for the goal. The try for extra point was missed. The Eagles came back in the second quarter to score from the one-yard line with Wood carrying after a set-up drive by Frank Power. Formagus converted. No further scores were made during the remainder of the game although both teams made several strong threats. The scoring for the game came in the first 20 minutes of play. East Texas could show only five first downs to the I5 marked up by the Eagles. Lefformieo Following the close of the 1941 football season, the North Texas Athletic Council awarded 21 letters to members of the championship squad. Members of the team who received letters were Eugene Wood, Ervin Clay, I. D. Clayton, Sut- ton Orenbaun, Forrest Covin, Ware Purcell, Ira DeFoor, A. G. Edens, Vernon Ashton, C. L. Carr, Frank Power, Durwood Mumford, Bud Howe, Pete Duhon, Albert Mikeska, Benny Graham, Nace Formagus, Ted Koonce, Loyd McWherter, Carl Montgomery, and Strickland Shofner. T 21414 apfdln Eu QQ M, Q Taking top honors in the Lone Star Con- ference, the Eagles placed four men-Eu- gene Woocl, Forrest Covin, Benny Gra- ham, and Durwootl Mumford-on the mythical All-Conference eleven. This number gave North Texas more men on Ben ny Graham New Ferre sf Covin the All-Conference gridster selection than any other team in the loop. D urwood Mumford I942 Co-Lone Star cl1ampions4lo4.z edition. Yarbro Pilols Eagles from Las+ Place 'ro Co-Tille Coach Dan Yarbro, former Eagle cage star, coaching his first year at North Texas State, found a squad consisting of five returning lettermen and IO returning squadmen awaiting his call for basketball materi- al at the start of the 1941-42 season. In the returning group were lettermen Captain Bill Menefee, Ross Collins, A. B. Tate, Loyd Cooke, and Gene Hunley. Yarbro molded a team around this crew that took early season games from such powerful teams as S. M. U., Howard Payne, and the Dr. Pepper Commercials of Dallas, and later went on to gain a two-way tie with East Texas State for the conference championship. Lettermen for the 1941-42 team included Captain Bill Menefee, Ross Collins, Vandel Green, Eugene Hunley, G. A. Lloyd, Loyd Cooke, A. B. Tate, I. D. Lane, Kenneth Eason, and Howard Keys. Bill Menefee Vandel Green Loyd Cooke Red Keys Ross Collins . lots more luck than in l94l Nor-H1 Texas S-faire Lone S+ar Conference Standing 'ia 1111 Won Lost im. li.. op. in.. Resulls of I94 I -42 Baskelball Season Wf'j1T6X1'S We f' 2 W' 386 345 nm img state o 2 .750 360 275 NWWJ Southwest Texas 4 4 .goo 525 323 Date opponent Where Played Texfzx opp. S2 llll How Kjll gmc 2 6 .230 313 351 Dec. Dr. Pepper Dallas F. Austin .250 279 374 Dec. S. M. U. Denton Dec. T. C. U. Fort Worth Dec. S. M. U. Dallas Dec. Baylor Waco Dec. Texas A. 8: M. College Station Dec. T. C. U. Denton Dec. T. W. C. Denton Jan. T. W. C. Fort Worth jan. Howard Payne Denton Jan. Howard Payne Denton Jan. S. F. Austin? Denton V: jan. Dr. Pepper Dallas Jan. Sam Houston? Huntsville Jan. Southwest Texas? San Marcos Feb. Southwest Texas? Denton Feb. S. F. Austin? Nacogdoches Feb. Sam Houston? Denton Feb. Feb. East Texas State? Commerce East Texas State? Denton ?De'n0tes Conference Games Coatli Xarlvro scncls l t III F8111 ur CCIIICH A. B. Tate Kenneth Eason Eugene Hunley G. A. Lloyd J. D. Lane Tight ligxsketeeiw take Stephen lf. Austin to the tune of 55-go. ll s .1 toss-up in tht- top pix: lzason takes .1 tru- mt in tht' middle: and S. lf. .X. and N. 'If plain-rs wait n a long shot in the lower pliolograpli. Coach Dan Yarbro's hard-fi htinff Eagles took their first con- s Z7 s 4 ference fame of the IL 1- 2 season from the Lumber acks of fu 4 Q4 4 I J Stephen E. Austin by a score of 54-40. Never seriously pressed, the North Texans, headed by Captain Bill Menefee, who played a fine defensive game, and Howard Keys, who tossed in I4 points, ran up a half-time score that read Eagles 24 and Nacog- doches 2o. ,, Taking to the road for their second conference game, the North Texans dropped a close 48-45 contest to the Bearkats of Sam Houston State in Huntsville on Ianuary 17. Pulling from be- hind, the Dentonites tied the score with go seconds to play, but did not have the spark to Win the game. Bill Menefee Was high- point man for the Eagles with a total of II points to his credit. , 'Vi UF I North Texas State dropped their third conference go of the year to the Bobcats of Southwest Texas in San Marcos as the Eagle quintet failed to get their offensive game clicking in time. The score at the close of the contest read Eagles 51 and Bobcats 45. Vandel Green and Loyd Cooke, aided by Bill Menefee, played outstanding defensive ball for the Eagles. I 5 I -AA ,.' ,,.,...1,t, -1 'I 4 vt -Q-1"4 MALI. Playing a return engagement with the Bobcats in Denton on February 2, the Yarbromen avenged their loss to the San Mar- cos team by defeating them by the top-heavy score of SO-39. Score at the half-time read 42,1-22 in the Eagles' favor. G. A. Lloyd, Vandel Green, and Bill Menefee each tossed IO points through the netting for the Green and White. 1 Tate catches for the ceiling in a vicious action sliol at the li. T. game. Sfephen F. Ausfin Falls Again Stephen F. Austin fell before an Eagle onslaught for the second time when the Dentonites journeyed to Nacogdoches to meet the Lumberjacks on their home court. Headed by cagers Bill Menefee, G. A. Lloyd, Vandel Green, Ross Collins, and Loyd Cooke, the North Texans vvalloped the Axemen soundly with the final score reading North Texas 55, Stephen F. Austin go. Nor+l1 Texas Liquidales Bobcafs Pulling from behind after trailing the liearkats of Sam Hous- ton State for almost a third of the game, the hard-playing Ea- gles defeated the 'Kats in their second meeting of the season by a score of 55-42. Vandel Green started the Eagle rally mid- way of the second quarter and rolled up I4 points to capture high scoring honors for the Eagle team. Norfh Texans Eclge Lions 46-43 North Texas State went to Commerce on February 25 to meet their arch rivals, the Lions of East Texas State, and emerged the winners in a nip-and-tuck contest by the close score of 46- 43. The Eagles utilized the last few seconds of play to over- come the speedy Lions and went on the list as the first team to defeat East Texas in conference play this season. Yarbromen Win Lone S+ar Tie One of the most thrilling games ever played on a local court unfolded before the fans in Denton on February 26, when the Eagles dropped the East Texas State Lions for the second time of the season and won a two-way tie for the Lone Star loop championship. The game, an overtime battle, saw the North Texas crew defeat the Lions by the narrow margin of S0-49. An Eagle quintnian climbs high and drops the hall in the counting place. M '42 l IINSI' Loacli Llioc Sportsman Coach Hill Cooper g Sporlsman Pilols N. T. Through Nine L. S. C. Tirles During Career Nine conference track championships and six conference cross- country titles make up the amazing record Choc Sportsman has compiled since he took over the cinder-path destinies of the North Texas thinly-clads back in the spring of 1929. Coach Sportsman left the North Texas Eagles on March 23 to report for training with the United States Navy as an athletic director. After a four vveeks' training period at An- napolis, Sportsman received his commission as a lieutenant in the Naval Reserve and is novv in charge of the track and field division of the Naval training course at the University of Georgia. Under the tutoring of Sportsman, who was an outstand- ing football player and rrackman while a student at N. T. S. T. C., North Texas track squads have scored a total of slightly more than 5,200 points in I2 years of dual, triangular, quad- rangular, and invitation meet competition. Four World records, three of them official marks, have been set by Eagle athletes under Sportsman. LSC track crowns came fast and abundantly to Denton in the years Sportsman was commander-in-chief of thinly-clad activities here in Denton. The Eagles have Won eight of the II annual conference meet championships, commencing with 1932 and going through 1942. ivcs the boys a little pre-nit-et advice before going into the North 'll-xas-liast Texas-llowartl I'.iync conflict. 52311 Ilojle lloward steps out .thcad In break the tape in lront ol the lzast Texas runner. Vaughn comes in third for Denton. Draft. Graduation Take Toll in Track Seriously hampered by the loss of many men to the Army, Navy, and by graduation, the North Texas State Eagles worked hard this season trying to fill in the vacant spots with the re- maining lettermen and last year's squadmen. The Eagle mile relay team, always a power to be reckoned with, took the mile relay title at the International Border Olympics early this season, and retired the Bobbitt Trophy in this event. Since that time, the anchorman on the mile relay, Co-Captain Iohnny jackson, joined the Naval Reserve and left the Eagles without an adequate replacement for his position. Duties as track coach at North Texas following Sports- man's resignation were assumed hy Coach W. A. Qfiillj Cooper, who strove to complete the season with a weakened squad that had lost valuable men both through the draft and through injuries. In the sprint division of the Eagle track squad, Bobby Iones carried the honors. Martin Weinberg, a freshman flash of last year, sustained a pulled muscle in early workouts and was unable to get into condition for meets this year. Cn the field, North Texas had their stellar javelin hurler, Co-Captain Albert Mikeska. Mikeska was just recovering from an ailing arm and getting back to form when the season ended. Cobtiaptain Johnny lackso 5985017 . . . Varsify Noses Ouf Frosh Squad Frosh cindermen gaye the Varsity a scare in the annual season opener, the Freshman-Varsity Meet. Five first places and I0 second places fell to the first-year men in I5 events. Veteran regulars barely nosed out the freshman crew. Shining for the frosh were Clifford Robertson, first in the high hurdles, Ray Womack, number one in low hurdles, Ioe Wood bested the varsity milers for top honors, Andy Andrus, first place in pole vault, and Wayne Scarbrough, first in the javelin throw. Freshmen tracksters lost their hair as a result of los- ing the meet. Bobbifl' Trophy Cinched for Good North Texas' mile relay team, Iones, Terry, Iackson, and Rogers, outran all opposition at the Border Olympics to bring home the coveted Bobbitt Trophy. Iackson and Rogers ran in all of the consecutive relays during the past three years to bring the trophy to Denton for good. For the first time in eight years, however, Denton failed to take first-place honors in the entire meet at Laredo. Winner at the Olympics this year was the Texas University track squad. Second place went to Texas ARM. Trailing behind the strong squads from the Uni- versity and AGM was Dentonls injury-ridden team. Norfh Texas Third in Tri-Meei' Playing host to two other colleges in the first tri-college meet of the year, North Texas lagged behind for third place in the hotly-contested meet that saw East Texas take first with 56M points, Oklahoma second with 53K points, and North Texas third with SI points. Al Boatman and Doyle Howard led the local track- men, winning first places in the discus throw and the 880- yard run, respectively. Boyd Vaughn, Ioe Wood, Bobby Iones, and Albert Mikeska all took second places in their respective divis- ions and entries. Norfh Texas Second a+ Sfock Show Fleet-footed Bobby Iones led the Eagle scoring at the Fat Stock Show Meet, gathering a first, second, and third place to total 71, points. Stock Show winner was the East Texas clan with 42 points. Teachers College took second honors in the meet. Boyd Vaughn and Doyle Howard burned the path up to garner a first and second, respectively, for the locals in the 880-yard run. Miler Ioe Wood left opposition behind to bag first place with yards to spare. Freshman trackmen finished third behind the East Texas frosh in their division at the meet. 880 Relay Takes Firsf a+ Ausfin North Texas trackmen, minus Choc Sportsman, the coach, and veteran cinderman Iohnny Iackson, fell be- hind the record set at the Texas Relays last year and came home with one first place in the 880-yard relay event, second in the mile relay, second in the mile team race, second in the javelin throw, and second in the sprint medley race. Denton squadmen trailed the Minnesota ag- gregation in the mile team race by a few points. Mikeska heaved the javelin for second place in the Relays. In the sprint medley, Loyola University of Chicago won first by the bare margin of three yards over the Eagle anchorman. The Eagle tracksters placed in all five events at the meet. Eagles Drop Penn Relays Berfhs North Texas State's men of the cinders dropped the top berths held so successfully in the past at the Penn Relays in Philadelphia. However, Yankees watching the 1942 Eagle crew fail in their attempt to uphold former records remembered Denton track g'greats" of other years. Blaine Rideout of North Texas' athletic hall of fame and Iohnny Iackson, relay star for four years, teamed up with two other trackmen to form a service team from Norfolk, Virginia, capturing first in the mile relay and setting a new record. The Eagle team placed fourth in two events and Hfth in another event at the Relays. Shining at the Penn Relays and carrying off the lion's share of the honors was the aggregation from the University of Indiana. -M. Eagles Close Third in Tri-Meel' Denton's cinder squad ran a close third, trailing Howard Payne 44 I-3 points to 45 points, as the strong East Texas thinly-clads gathered 71 2-3 points to take the Triangular Meet held in Com- merce in May. High-jump artist Cartwright carried away a first in that event and a fourth place in the broad jump. Mikeska came back to his old form to heave the javelin 208 feet for his first win over East Texas' javelin thrower, Cook, who had previously beaten Mikeska in three other Held meets earlier in the season. Vaughn and Howard burned the oval path to take a first and second respectively in the half-mile run. Wood, Campbell, and Huston took second, third, and fourth in the mile run. Track Season . . . Coach Sportsman, Vaughn. How- ard, Robertson, Campbell, VVood talk it over in the top picture. Al Boatman heavcs a mighty discus throw in the center shot, and miler loc Wood leads thc pack in the tri-college meet. t x Lions Win L. S. C.: N. T. Second East Texas State, still smarting from a drubbing re- ceived last fall in football and from Denton's rise from the cellar to a co-title with them in basketball, wreaked vengeance this year at the Conference Meet in Denton. The Commerce Squad led the Denton- ites, second place winners, 56 I-2 points to 46 5-6 points. Albert Mikeska tossed the javelin 204 feet, two inches to take first and best his old conference record by two feet. Boyd Vaughn brought in a first place in the 880 yd. run, Ioe Wood bagged a first in the mile run, and Al Boatman heaved the discus for another first. Ray Womack placed third in individual scoring with six points. Stephen F. Austin took third place in the meet with 26 1-2 points. ,vu Stn.: At lop, Coach Sportsman and thc mile relay team of Rogers, Iackson, Terry, and jones proudly stand bc- fore the liobbitt Trophy, brought home for good from Laredo. ln the middle. Hob Evans and Ray VVom- ack top the hurdles in fine form. ln the lower picture, Howard breaks the tape in the 8811-yard run at the N. T.-E. T.-Oklahoma meet. Q Caplain Ross Collins f f .U f. .J . .' u'l' 4 u , il-1 . -J . 'gtg lU",....-'k Luft to right: llmlglus, Cnllins, lZHllllCl'lLlll'L'S, Cu11cl1 Ynrbm, Dim-Lx, Smith, Matloc O. J. Diefz Bill Malloclc QW4 Opening their season with a 6-o defeat at the hands of the Durant Teachers' on March 27, the North Texas netmen dropped another before Winning a match April II at San Marcos. On April 17, the locals played their last matches under their coach, Dan Yarbro, who had been called into the services of the United States Navy. That day the Eagle racqueteers downed their arch rivals, East Texas State Teachers College, 7-o at Commerce. Following the loss of their coach, the team was put under the leadership of Ross Collins, captain of the 1942 squad, and the Eagles marched on to the LSC title in the conference meet held in San Marcos on May 4-5. Members of this years squad were Ross Collins, sophomore captain of the team who comes from Brecken- ridge, Bill Matlock, junior from San Angelo and last year lettermang Roger Smith, junior from Denton, and Felix Colmenaires, sophomore from Houston. Eagles made in the matches. f - llit- ltagle doublt-s team takes a match angl recent ongritu lations lmui the opponents. NORIII ll1X.XS TENNIS Slllll-llJlQl.li l-'OR 11,41 Bill Matlock and Ross Collins vvon the doubles Dart- malt-5 Wan cuppiinem xviin championship for the Green and White in the conference March 27 Eagles 0 Itluram Tchrs. 6 meet, while Roger Smith defeated his teammate Ross A101 10 2112905 2 TCXHS U- -l Collins in the hnals for the singles title. Colmenaires Aprll 'I hdglcs 6 Sim Marcos O . . . . April 16 Eagles 2 Ukla U. 4 failed to Win a title for North Texas, but in the conference April In Fwlcs 7 Mgt Temg O meet he made a total of eight of the 42 points that the April 23 E33-les 7 past Texas O The Eagles scored 42 points to win tlze L. S. C. title at San Marcos, May 4-5. Roger Smilh Felix Colmenaires E. L. Douglas ,. .ji ll T ft . f.t l f errjziil Linlcsmen Runners-up At Fort Worth Tourney Eagle golfers of 1942 dropped only four matches previous to the Lone Star Conference championship play, which had not been played at the time of this writing. Coach Fred Cobbls linksmen, with only two re- turning lettermen from last season, Were runners-up in the play at the Fort Worth Golf Tournament held during the Fat Stock Show Exposi- tion. Captain lack Spencer took sec- ond-place honors in the medalist play after tying for first place with four other men for the top slot. Members of the ,42 squad were Captain lack Spencer, junior from Dallas, Billy Tate, senior from De Leong Billy Hightower, freshman from Arlington who Was 1941 high school champion of Texas, and Ross Collins, sophomore from Brecken- ridge. Alternates, and lettermen for the season, were Dyer Moore, fresh- man from Denton, and Robert Day, freshman from Kaufman. Capfam Jack Spencer Ross Collins Bill Ta+e Bill Highfower Rober+ Day Yarbro is Director Of 'Mural Activities Coach Dan Yarbro directed the in- tramural program for the year 1941- 42 season. Interest ran high in the early part of the year, but the war interrupted the schedule and the program declined at the latter part of the season. Intramural football was divided into two divisions because of the amount of entries. The Dodgers and Ramp 8 won their half of the title, with the Chilton boys winning the championship, downing the Dodgers I3-O. Basketball, ping-pong, boxing, handball, and softball came in the second semester of the year, and en- tries were few in most of the pro- grams. The Natives edged out the Tom Cats 31-30 in the finals for the basketball title. Menefee and Terry are co-holders of the handball title. Amlin retained his ping-pong title with three straight sets in the finals. The Toni Cats went through the softball schedule undefeated for the crown. -'fmt Q. F' 3 fi T f as 1, 1 1 A ' A if T. R. Odell and Ernest Iaeolui were midtlleweight and heavyweight mat champs in intramurals this year Softball takes the spotlight in spring inlramurals activities. . J I Ramp 8 Takes Grid Ti'I'le Intramural football was the outstanding sport of the season for the students who took part in the campus sports. The North Texas Dodgers edged out the McKinney House to win the League I title with a perfect rec- ord, while the Ramp 8 team had the League II title handed to them with two forfeits in the last days of the regular schedule. In the play-off for the championship title, the Chilton boys proved themselves to be too much for the Dodgers, and they passed for two touchdowns and the title with a I3-O victory. Nalives Are Cage Champs With IO teams entered in the first week of play, the basketball contests were the closest of any intramural sport of the year. The Tom Cats went through the schedule without a loss only to be defeated in the Shaughnessy play-off, which was held at the closing of the team play. The Tom Cats downed the Dodgers in the first game of the play-off, while the Natives beat the Rebels in a close match. In the finals, the Natives eked out a 31-30 win over the Tom Cats for the championship. Cafs, Rebs Top in Soffball Six teams entered the softball race as the second semester was drawing to a close. The Tom Cats and the Rebels were the high- ranking teams of these contests throughout the entire schedule. As the end of the sched- ule was drawing nigh, the Gross House and the Dodgers were making valiant bids for higher slots in the rankings. The Tom Cats went through the program without a de- feat, although they were forced into extra innings in several of the contests in the lat- ter part of the season. Leniz, Jacobi Ma+ Champs Matmen for the intramural wrestling con- tests were hard to find on the campus this year, but entries were made in three of the weight divisions and gained a lot of attention when the finals were held. Oscar Lentz stole the show by annexing two of the titles, the lightweight and the welterweight, while big Ernest Iacobi took his second intramural title of the year by annexing the heavyweight crown. Four Winners in Boxing Entries were few in the boxing contests this year because of the absence of an instructor and the loss of the director of intramurals at the same time. Winners in the four divisions entered were Bill Henderson, lightweight champg Steve Spurlin, middleweight title holderg Iake Beckham, winner in the light- heavyweight classg and Ernest Iacobi, heavy- weight champion. Handball, Paddle Tiflisfs Bill Menefee and Wilson Terry eliminated all competition in the handball contests to be co-holders of the title when the race came to a close. Doubles in handball were to be played after this copy was written. Henry Amlin successfully defended his ping-pong title when he defeated all players in pre- liminary play and downed Andrew Wilson in three straight sets in the finals. 'gi In the present crisis of national defense, recreation plays a very important role, and the Women's Rec- reation Association of North Texas has proved its usefulness to the national physical fitness program by its parade of sports and activities open to the stu- dents of the college. The organization is what the name implies- recreational. The crack of a bat against a rushing ball and the Zing of fencing foils are familiar sounds to the members. Activities ranging from spirited field hockey to the quieter game of bridge hold the spotlight, and the clatter of horses' hoofs and the swish of the tennis rackets drift through the Recrea- tion Park to Hnd their place among the other sounds. Skill is not a required factor, and many novices find pleasure and enjoyment in one or more of the variety of activities. The coveted sterling member- ship bracelets With their links of skill and leadership have been given to members of the majority of de- partments in the college when those students meet the requirements for the respective awards. Leader- ship of the group is held in the executive council, made up of a group of members who have been elected presidents or managers of clubs and sports. lt is headed by the president of the organization, Ruth Russell. Among the more skillecl activities, modern dance stands high, and the dance club, composed of a group of enthusiastic young dancers, has done much in the Held of creative dance. Tumbling, an- other activity requiring coordination and skill, is popular with all participants. For those who take their recreation in lighter degrees, archery and badminton furnish moderate activity, and for the more active, volleyball and bas- ketball are offered. Fellowship and good fun prevail, and the mem- bers gain from these activities sportsmanship and skill. Women's Alhlelics I, , L,,.. , A,.. ,M ,, .. , t YLLL suf,a,w..a-,-,w swwatsa , Women's Recrealion Associalion W. R. A. members are Frances Alexander, Earline Ard, Io Evelyn Ball, Mary Alice Ballow, Billie Berkley, Tommye Brooks, Iuanita Browder, leanne Carter, Leola Chapman, Loyce Commons, Dorotha Cook, Mary Copeland, Dixie Coston, Imogene Cowan, Florine Cox, Elverna Criswell, Frances Davison, Maryvonne de Kinsky, Helen Denman, Willie Mae Donnelly, Verna Dowlen, Dorothy Drain, Ann Drain, Mildred Drain. Ruth Foster, La Verne Fry, Maysel Fuller, Betty Gale, Dorothy Nell Garren, Sally Gettys, Mary Gib- bons, Marie Giddens, Virginia Giddens, Faye Graham, Thelma Graham, Olga Green, Dorothy Hall, Betty Harlan, Martha Harmon, Barbara Harrington, Wanda Harris, Helen Hickman, Ema Io Holland, Mildred Iohnson, Ola Fae Iohnson, Sara Io Iohnson, Margie Kemplin, Esther Kirk, Ruth Kirk, Ruby Luco, Dorothy Dean Martin, Sue Mathis, Margaret Melton, Angelina Meredith, Dora Miller, Margaret Millard, Lula Morris, Frances Mosman, Louise Murphy, Dorothy Murrel, Mary Nell McCarthy. Margaret McClintock, Kay McFarland, Myra Nell McReynolds, Dillie Ann Newton, Gloria Nixon, Ruth Peterson, Mary Lou Price, Marian Rawlings, Alpha Reece, Betty Reedy, Nancy Reese, Vivian Reese, Ruby Riewe, Ruth Russell, Ruth Rutherford, Christine Sheppard, Betty Io Siekman, Mildred Sloman, Mildred Smallwood, Kitty Smith, Marjory Stewart, Eugenia Tilson, Lydia Tirk, Helen Tschoepe, Margy Io Webb, Kathleen Weber, Geraldine Wray. 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Recorded on lhe nexl lhirly-eighl pages are piclures you will reminisce over someday-aboul whal a swell lime you had al homecoming, walching lhe Eagles beal lhe lar oul ol Com- merce . . . lhose informal dances you used lo lake in . . . and you will recall how much lun you used lo have in lhe dormilory sessions . . . lhe lavorile eleclion-how lense il made everyone . . . lhe now lamous Varsily Show wilh lhe mullilude ol lemi- nine lovelies . . . lhe gals reversing lhe deal, daling lhe lads oul on Sadie Hawlcins Day . . . lhen you will remember lhe parl lhe college played in lhe all-oul war elforl, and whal a sober- ing elfecl il had on you as a sludenl . . . and you will never lorgel 'Fessor Graham's Salurclay nighl slage shows or lhe nighl assemblies . . . bul mosl ol all, you will scan lhrough lhe hundreds ol piclures and pick oul once lamiliar laces ol col- lege boys whom you will never see again. i'?'II-1' P1 54-'ixnfvz I? 'age' In ff"-Y Agana-Q --3'-2' fl pw -if 44-.:?.'+f.zw,,, , 'Yagi M., '5 V A ww .V i , y Yr ' Coach Sisco and l'he boys Iislen in+en+Iy as Presidenl' McConnell empha- sizes a poinl' in a pre-game pep lallc. Homecoming fes'Hvi+ies even included +he silenf slu- denl of Chillon Hall courl. Prelude 'ro Homecoming OUTSTANDING HIGH LIGHT of The year was +he combinalion of homecom- ing and lhe Easl Texas-Norlh Texas game-when drafl' numbers, mid-lerm exams were forgolrlen in +he mad scram- ble of pre-homecoming preparalions. Fralerniries pu'I' ou'r "Beal Commerce" signs, proudly sfringing lhem along Hiclc- ory s+ree+. Commerce quielly snalches same +he very nighl' following 'Iheir ap- pearance. Freshmen and amused local cops calch a carload of E-Tex lads and adminisfer .lhe .lradilional .headdress ceremonies. SimuI+aneousIy, a lruckload of Norlh Texas men invade Commerce l'erril'ory, relrieve snalched Denlon signs, and bring baclc E. T.'s richesl' lradilion, lhe old Viclory Bell. Il' Io oks like a scalping parly, bul all lhese Easl' Tex as caplives of war Iosf was hair. Jackye Bruner, Rosanne Syron, Bill McLendon, and J. D. Hall were among fhose pres- l'F he had fo wear a green "T," fhis enl' af fhe Press Club banque+ iusl before fhe game. caplured Lion probably preferred having i+ applied +his way. r Th doi,,,fj"ad.+slked ov 9 Uniforms. er The lay of fhe land bef The bonfire ge+s 'rhe spo+ligh+. ore This sign, caplured ai' Commerce, was one of +he spoils of war. Wh cakes. . Xe vi h s down We als . N310 e Mcclam Time our," and fhe waier boys swing in+o ac+ion. Excifemenl reigns, 'rhe sun is hoHer 'lhan all gel'-ou+, and Duggan does a land-office business. Things goi' 'lo such a s+a'I'e 'lhal' fhe cheer leaders gof lo cuH'ing all sor+s of foolish capers. Dick Allen slides if info heaven. Duggan makes a sale fo a sailor. , , I . A ' .1 -.. 1 I K l i if 1 6' tw' 7 K .. if Q Q , , - ,,. 2 P ' we E, gf, ,Q .. .. 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Excifemenl' mounfed lhrough fhe week, wifh expedilions and counrer expedifions befween Commerce and Denron. By Friday +hree Lions and 'lhe biggesl' Easl' Texas signs were in cap+ivi+y. Friday nighf Eagle 'fans converged T on 'l'he foo'rball 'field 'lo fouch off 'l'he big bonfire +ha'l' 'frosh and pledges had been guarding wi+h 'lheir lives. A +riumphan'I' parade around college square followed N fhe pep rally. New and renewed friendships flour- l ished in fhe "Auld Lang Syne" a'l'mos- phere of Homecoming Salurday morn- ing, bu+ game 'rime found 'lhe Eagle side of fhe sfadium s+acked wiih fhe season's biggesf and mosi' en+husias+ic crowd, as s+uden+s and exes mixed +o back a com- mon alma ma+er. And NT 'fans were no+ disappoint ed. A Green and While viciory added fhe perfecring fouch ro Homecoming Day. Noi' a new fad in haircu+s-iusr a sheared Lion Dr. Jack Johnson si+s on 'rhe side wi+h all +he E-Tex big shols and Texas Legislafors and grins a+ +he camera. Marguerire Phillips, George Cook and olhers ignore +he candid camera The "Coacher" s+ays on +he job, refurning from seeing and concenlrafe on +he game. aboul' an injury of one of his boys. 5 Y 1 7' pf' ' . x . The pho+ographer finds fhese adminis+ra'l'ive secre+aries in a Ex Hub Joue++e comes baclc 'For An Eagle 'rouchdown play, and The very happy mood, Miss Kafie Henley laughing biggesf of all. fhe fesfivilies. crowd roars. Brigh+ sunligh+ necessifafed improvised sunshades. This +rio seems 'ro The Eagle Band rolled up ifs panfs and go? down +0 business. be faking ii' preH'y seriously. This always happens, foo. Here's Sisco pu++ing a bug in Co-Cap+ain Wood's ear. Johnny S+ovall comes back fo see his alma ma+er win again. QW dxf 41 M gn. V' . A 'fl f W, . V . A: E . ef X? W Hi ,K if V, , IL1 - 3, f is-K+. 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C. lovelies a+ 'lhe ou+skir+s of +own. lncluded on The soldier en'l'erl'ainmen+ was slcafing on lhe slab, which was occupied la+er on in fhe evening wiih aboui a hundred dancing couples. Co-eds exlend +ha+ famous "SuHhen l-lospi+ali'ly" +o sun-burned Yan- lree soldiers, and groups collecl' where inlrocluclions are in order. Barilone Bob McDonald 'lalxes +he spoflighl' aH'enl'ion in Brahm's "Requiem." Summer Stuff Tsin-Lon Ouang, Chinese Vice-Consul, makes a visil' +o 'l'he campus. Dr. McConnell and Dr. Kingsbury falk +o his wife. f -4 2 A, A .af cw- R fy,,..,, i ' f-Lsgfffsfgii, 'XE , y 96 - A 41 Iwi? my law, : ,. K I , -www , ASW gk- I!! ,X 1 ,, , fa, -- Jw Ek'- Q, cl f. K nw M.. x fisizgs 1 , , 4: M, 'iii i A , , k,kk g,gfJgg.5,5g,fgkgYaf- ' 4' - - Y1Nff2Sf'5'.ifi"f-5 fi' ' 'J' Al 5 .:f2x,24i2s3fYfi53oiffEs2zAZ24,1u:v:fikg5f?-.4255 ff L-ew J 'ff .Q . , S ? K X ,few K K ss A ,HM Mk?5w?mIM 5i,. 3,mi .7 .2 if X . V K - -' 'Nei nf ., fm?" M .5 5' ALEN' f ?Ji?'i?"rIk'f21aqrV '?3?.5,'. 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Social funcfions bring oui all +he gals dressed in +heir Sun- day bes+, down The receiving line, and off info liH'le groups. lnformalify plus-buf ir was a posed se+up, wi+h Henry Amlin, Melba Wilcoxen, Jer- ry Robinson, Dave Moore, Margie Whifeacre, and o+h- ers posing +o make 'ihe kind of picfure you see in maga- zines. -Q01 k K il. ,fi nf' Mary Neal Pos'ron pours a+ +he Tri-Kap open house Lys . Mai , mms 'fl 'ibiw W, fe Q W 1 L 22 ,lqfe-'wwf-aa A yi 2,5 .,... : E K X ,USM f ws,-iff ,, ,mf ., v'wJ?,:sg!4i, YL .,., W V . 1 .Q NK M x ig 2 Ei EZ ig if ,,, Y, if E1 if we if as If ,usz Qgmf ,f ,fu :gi ' 2 yfhvlgff' k Y -nf. , . . gg :fi f Z-fm--1 fi , iw 5 ,E E 21 1 5 Q ss ESS' E U53 ggi ,fi , E I ?fU, f,?'if3,i,5i , gggigif V xx I I ..., J mqr. ' x , ,, ..., -, , ,534 - , . 25,55,11fL,5-,gvgfig - Q K JM Fufure Flyers for Uncle Sam . . C. P. 71 Sanford and Jackson gef ready fo Sfudenf pilof and insfrucfor confer before fake off as Langford warms 'er up. underfalcing a flighf. Specfafors drive fheir cars on fhe field. ll C. P. T. budding Eagles of fhe fall semesfer line up for a picfure. The pafriofic eagle on fhe side and fhe shadow pilof in fhe cockpif faxi ouf for a fake-off. I l Porfraif of an airporf: fhe Denfon Municipal Field where C. P pilofs are frained. Prolhro fakes nofes while his opponen'r argues. Hyder and Bagwell swap small laik wi+h fwo of +he coaches who represenf +he opposifion. A serious face is good s+ock-in-+rade for deba+er Maurice Jackson. Judges look impressed. Jackson sirs af fhe head of lhe +able, wi+h colleagues and op- ponen+s down +he sides. Belly Jane Timblin seeks Mrs. Johr1son's advice on a fechnical poinl. Smoolh-Talking Forensic Group Travels 'ro S. M. U. Coach Johnson seems 'ro be "pleased as punch" a+ fhe ou+come of +he convenrion. UNORTHODOX DEBATING-or noi' really debafing, buf a small-scale facsimile of nafional legisafion. Norfh Texas debafers wenl fo Dallas for fhe second Legislafive Assembly, held al' S. M. U., parricipafed in fhe assembly iusl' like big shofs in Washingfon. Direc+ion of 'rhe as- sembly was leff +o an experienced parliamenlarian, who picked 'Five oursfanding forensic folks . . . one of whom was Norlh Texas' Gowen Foulks. Affer Eleven p.m.-a+ 'rlwe Girls' Dorm Trespassing on sacred ground, +l1e pho+ograpl1er was +he only male presen+ a+ 'rhe M. T. O. Chris+mas paiama par+y. 0l77eH7I.ng, s ,won g here. . Sfudyfn 9 and housekeep- I ng I-17 ,L ,-,, Z5 Loyd y suifs. 3f7d room In afe lo u"9e Broun he Sdrhe ,hoo '71 AFTER CURFEW cafches bridge games, as seen above when Belly Jane Timblin, Mary Frances Harris, and ofhers ge+ +oge+her. In 'rhe upper righi, +wo Oak S+ree+ Dorm girls ge+ down 'io serious sfudying. The cameraman in+errup+s a nice, quiei' session, Virginia Pax'l'on, BeHy Rhea Orfmeyer, Doroihy Hibbi'Hs, and Joanna Alexander cons+i+u+- ing said session. The remaining +hree pic+ures give proof of ihe dramaiic prowess of dorm enieriain- ers af fhe Chrisimas parfy-"Paxie" Paxion imi+a+es Kay Kyser, Sammye Porferfield sings a whole bunch of felegrams, while BeH'y Rhea Or+meyer and Jean Gafhrighf do side-show enierfaining. Everyone grins and has good +ime, buf elecfion resulf --U.. change expressions. . . +he Favoriie Campaign Polifics grow hoH'er and ho'H'er wi+h each year, bring oui' unusual quirks in human na- +ure, prove +ha'r people are af hearf poli- ficians. Paralleling 'l'he yesferyears of campus poliiics, when fhe Lees and Reagans griH'ed fl.eir feefh in each o'l'her's face, Nor+h Texas polifics reached melfing poinf in February when +he Yucca 'favorifes were elecied. Cliques sprang up overnighf, muH'erings of ballol sfuffing, illegal elecfion prac- fices were heard. Raging on, fhe elec- fion passed +he 'lhree-week mark, nerves gof on edge as a run-off elecfion was held befween +wo men candidafes +ying for Effh place. 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STUDENTS wro+e, direc+ed, com- posed own music, made all cos+umes, designed all scenery-+0 produce one of fhe besi college musical come- dies in Texas. The eye-cafcher of fhe show was ihe grand parade of Norfh Texas' mos? beaufiful and shapely women- fhe Ziegfeld Girls. Included in 'rhe mulfiiude of fea'I'ured players were Fred Kendallf Tempie Tunnell, Anne Calhoun, Mynell Allen., Dorofhy Ann Braley, Helen Havens, and fhe quar-s gel' of Hawaiian singers. . x is I i 1 y 1 .N 1' K T l .. gg Helen Havens and chorus croon "Blues Draf+ee Dameron ge+s a firs+-hand eye- Soufh Sea Islanders and fhe "Roaring in fhe Night" full of Ziegfeld girls. Twen+ies" make a moHled mixfure. AW' GT! Hmxaswf' F5 sew T4 'P 9 935,-1' fwgqmk M55 H ggi X S 2 wk if 7- , lf 'P ,, ws ,,- . 1 xv Mr - 5 W Y 4,41 P 5, X, Q Q ,, W .w w ,W gif, ii? if RQ Qs r 1 rw .. 5 115: W1 ie 2 A A+ Annual Sadie Hawkins Day SPONSORED by +he Girls' Forum, 'rhe Sadie Haw- kins Day has become an annual 'l'radi+ion on fhe campus. 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' .X QQ 1 - H Q 1' 5' f R 4 X MEANDERING AROUND 'rhe campus wilh a S eecl-Gra hic camera +l1e ho Here and There Abouf fhe Campus P P I P ' 'lograplmer ca+cl1es odd shofs here and fhere . . . af social funclions . . . unique candid snaps of college professors, slu- clenfs, and anyone else who happens along . . . formal and informal incidenfals of campus goings-on . . . a camera-eye slan+ of parl' of +l1e exfracurricular parf of college. Mighly comely foolballers, +l1ese gals. Seely gels +l'1e dope from swimmer Genhy. S1537 aPl'S: examine plwoioegks. dmner bers JAC C mera Clllb. me:J9ram al Green sxacwace 'S "' P a . S ' .-HM X , iw U Y i J . H " isis I-1 . 5,1 6.2 1? 5 UL ,M .4 n . , fm 51 V17 I Y :far 5' M M , ,Q If fm . ,f,. , ,M 3' ,f-XM? ffl? ig' mfg. my Ti? W1 '1- iiy gr ' li .A lu' rg? lm W , - N? , , igiaf B' ,Sv ,,.,S 5 E QE Q ,U I 54' K , JA. 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In +he middle pic+ure, Mynell Al- len does a salirical dance, burlesques Adolph. The quar+e+ +akes over wi+h Kendall, Johnson, Rosalie Grimes, and Evans doing fhe pi+ching, and boogie-woogie hof-shoi Leslie Wrighl' does +he ivory banging. Night Assemblies Jean Tew Brumbaugh presides al' +he Who's Who assembly, anofher one of 'lhe new nigh? assemblies. BEFORE AND DURING-a regular Safurclay nigh? session. In And l+'s a One-Two-Three 'rhe Saiurclay Nighl' Stage Show fhe s+ar, empfy sfands and fhe opening of insfrumeni' cases give a prelude +o 'the sfage show. Below, 'rhe Aces of College- land swing oui' on a hoi' one, wi+h plen1'y of brass and plenfy of sweefness. Veieran s 1' a g e show singer, Helen Havens lal' far lef+l pufs chills down one's spine wi+h her "low clown" blues songs. ln 'lhe nexi pic+ure, +he sax quar+e+ comes our and shines before +he orchesrra. Tempie Tunnell does a fea+urecl mili+ary Tap. In +he above picfure, +he phofographer fakes an un- usual shol of 'I'he can-can dancers on siege show. H resen+a'hon al' +he Infersororify dance S ring sorori+y pledges line up a er p ' . ' r Rush Week and Rush aclivilies and sororily pledgeship falce l'l1e spo+ligl1+ in social ac+ivi+ies on llie campus. ln +l1e second shof from llwe fop, l'l1e Kaglw- lirs enferfain wi+l1 an informal dance al' 'I'l1e Woman's Club. The lower lefl' pic'l'ure finds Thefa pledges 'for +l'1e 'Firs+ semesler lined up a+ flue counfer 'For ice cream cones and colces. ln fhe lower cenfer pl1o+o- f ll graph, Howard Jaclcson escorfs preH'y Margarel' Harvey fo +l1e a presenfalion dance. A+ rigl1+, Reela Smilh serves Virginia Nobles wH'l1 lea and calce. Pledgeship Make up Sorori+y Aclivilies Milling Around With the Crowd Around +l1e semi-circle: +l'1e Press Club dines before +l1e E-Tex game . . . Alpha Chi members 'lake on a banquel' . . . Jan Val+in gives +l1e college audience +l1e inside on world affairs . . . Roy John- son does a bi+ of fancy skaling on +l1e slab . . . Conga dancers come under oversfreiclied arms . . . and a dance crowd a+ in+ermission "mugs" 'For +l1e camera. Regis'rra'rion--a fedious process +l'1a+ ends wi+l1 'Hue loss of +l1ir'ry-six bucks. Praclice leaching means aclual experience, and Virginia Maul- din ge'l's il' firslhand. Aside from Social Life, Sludenls Find Time for Classes Of ufmosl' imporlance now during lhe crisis, mechanical draw ing fakes on a new aspecf in +he college curriculum. Top lef'l', home-ec girls fix own hair, save beau'l'y par- lor expense: above righl, Ben Brooks is hard a+ work backing a book in lhe col- lege binderyg leff, Wrighl McMichael handles +he lighls for slage produclion. 315 E' AM"- Y '57 x Ji.-, fi, 'W ,3ja.13iY,2 fm Ki Mig ,, K jf, i J 3 x Q f was .,:,5. . 3 f as Hp .S . 1 'm v' .J - iffy Q , :wi Sw , nv, L. 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X If , . , M5 , J 1 f aff ff M 1 'jf Si ,f f,f shift 1. W ,A . ,i,i ff J ff" K Graduate Council The Graduate Council functions in determining the policies of the Graduate Division of the college, in the interest of graduate students. The North Texas President, Dean, Registrar, Graduate Chairman, and seven departmental heads compose its membership. Members are as follows: W. Ioseph McConnell, Ph.D. ...... .... P resident Benjamin Bee Harris, Ph.D. . . . . Dean of the College Alex Dickie, Ph.D. ..... ........ R egistrar Lawrence Alexander Sharp, Ph.D. . . chairman, professor of education William Stanley Hoole, Ph.D. . . . . . director of library service lack Iohnson, Ph.D. .... . . director of economics Iarnes Carl Matthews, Ph.D. . . . . director of teacher-training Samuel Bertram McAlister, Ph.D. . . professor of government Lewis William Newton, Pl1.D. . . . . director of history George Allen Odam, Ph.D. . . . director of education Cora Elder Stafford, Ph.D. . . . director of art Floyd Stovall, Ph.D. . . . . director of English First row: McDonald, Hoole, Staff tirr l, Iohnson, McConnell, Sharp Second row: Newton, Odam, McAlister, Dickie, Harris, Stovall -f 5 f 1 .4 i, 3 F 4 r I f lf, A+hIe+ic Council The general supervision and direction of menls intercollegiate athletics, the awarding of letters and athletic honors, and the determining of eligibility of athletes rests with the Athletic Council. lt is made up of live faculty and four student members, as follows: I. W. Pender ..... . . chairman Miss Beulah Harriss . . . . secretary Dixie Boyd . . . . faculty advisor E. H. Farrington . . faculty advisor T. I. Fouts . . . . . faculty advisor Eugene Wood . . senior representative Bill Menefee . . . junior representative Bill Matlock . . . sophomore representative Bill Hightower . . freshman representative Left to right: Farrington, Harriss, Boyd, Fouts, Pender, Wood, Matlock -ie tiw Publica+ions Council The chief duties of the Publications Council are the electing of editors for the campus publications and the determining of general publications policies. It is composed of the elected editors, the faculty sponsors of the college newspaper, literary magazine, and yearbook, the college business manager and the student business manager of publications, and a representative from each of the four college classes, as follows: Dr. A. M. Sampley Dixie Boyd . . . C. Shuford . I. D. Hall . . Dr. F. M. Darnall . Miss Virginia Haile Ray Martin . . Charles Dameron . lack Maguire . . NaDeane Walker . Iean Walsh . . Iune Loveless . . Mary Frances Harris Gene Clark . . . Elizabeth Scull . . . chairman . . business manager . Cumpus Cha! sponsor . Campus Chaz sponsor . . Avcslu sponsor . . . . Yucca sponsor . student business manager . . . . Yucca editor . . . Campus Chat editor Campus Clzal associate editor . . . . . Azfcsla editor . senior representative . . junior representative . sophomore representative . freshman representative First row: Sariipley, Clark, Scull. llailr. llaiiirimli. laneless. Harris, NV.illit-r l Second row: limttl, Maguire. Martin, Snuforil, lliill, llarnall Fine Ar+s CommiH'ee Composed of six faculty members and four student representatives, one from each of the college classes, the Fine Arts Committee schedules the program of fine arts numbers for the year. Members are as follows: Dr. S. B. McAlister ........... . . chairman C. E. Shuford . . . faculty advisor Dr. W. C. Bain . . . faculty advisor Miss Donnie Cotteral . . . faculty advisor Dixie Boyd . . . . business manager Margie Read . . senior representative Betty Io Geer . . . . .junior representative Ruth Nell Whitaker . . sophomore representative Helen Craig . . . . freshman representative Left to right: McAlister, Craig, Geer, Whitaker, Read, Cotteral, Shuford Forum Council The Girls' Forum Council is an organization which helps to direct the social life of the college. Sponsored by the Dean of Women, it is composed of elected officers and representatives from classes. Members are as follows: lean Tew Brumbaugh . Peggy Lorenzen . . Sammye Porterfield . Betty Rodriguez . Gene Clark ..... Mary Neal Conditt Poston . Iune Cullen .... Catherine Greeves . Leraheth Rice . . Betty Iane Timblin . Melha Wilcoxen . . Velma Rae Bateman . Shirley Frost . . . . Virginia Rogers . Betty Berry . . Ruth Long . Ruth Smith . senior . senior . senior . junior . junior . .junior sophomore sophomore sophomore . freshman . president vice-president . secretary treasurer . reporter representative representative representative representative representative representative representative representative representative representative freshman representative . freshman representative First row: Cullen, Rice, Porterfield, Brumhaugh, Frost, Rogers. Poston, Lorenzen Second row: NVesson, Timlvlin, Smith, Berry, Greexcr, Clark, 2 S Long, Bateman, VVilcoxen its if 5? 3? Adminisfralors and Secre'I'aries Dr. W. I. McConnell . . . . President of the College Dr. B. B. Harris . . . Dean of the College Alex Dickie . . .... Registrar Edith L. Clark . . . Dean of Women T. I. Fouts . . . . Dean of Men Dixie Boyd . . . . . Business Manager E. H. Farrington . . ..... Placement Director Dr. L. A. Sharp . . . Chairman of Graduate Division Dr. I. C. Matthews ......... Director of Teacher-Training OTHERs: Katie Henley, Executive Secretary, Margaret Hayes, Secretary to the Dean, Inez Ray, Assistant to the Dean, Gladys Bates, Assistant Registrar, Edith Walker, Recorder, Mary B. Wesson, Secretary to the Dean of Women, W. G. Woods, Assistant to Dean of Men, Georgia F. Collins, Secretary to Dean of Men, Robert Caldwell, Auditor, Maifair Offutt, Assistant to Business Man- ager, C. C. Williams, Assistant to Business Manager, Dorothy Wright, Secre- tary to Business Manager, Doris Whiteside, Secretary to Placement Director, Mary McDonald, Secretary to Graduate Chairman, Iean Walsh, Registrar, Demonstration School First row: McDonald, Henley, Collins, llayes, Clark, VValsh, Whiteside, Walker Second row: Farrington, Boyd, Matthews. Oflutt, Woods, Ray, Fouts, VVesson, Dickie, Wright, VValker, Caldwell, Bates, Harris, McConnell l ln+ersorori+y Council Acting as the judicial body of the four sororities, the Intersorority Council func- tions to govern the rush activities of the social organizations for women. The Council is composed of two members from each sorority and the sponsor, Dean Edith L. Clark. Members are as follows: Babette Cockerell ....... ..... K aghlirs, president Helen Fitch . . . .... Kaghlirs representative Mary Inez Windham . . Kappa Kappa Kappa representative Mary Ellen Shorter Iune Loveless . . Hesper Crook . Peggy Lorenzen . Emma Lou Long Left to right: Fitch, Kappa Kappa Kappa representative . . . . Phoreff representative . . . . Phoreff representative . . Kappa Theta Pi representative . Kappa Theta Pi representative Cockerell, WlDLlh'lll1, Oliver, Shorter, VVesson, Lorenzcn. Long, Crook 4 ' 5 f fr or W 'l i ei fm.: Za is -ff, as ir. ,. l ! ik 5' 2, i fm g 1 riis ai fl- K 4 fs t 1-:itat I - ff i. , 5 9 at Two men, a junior and senior member, represent each of the six fraternities on the lnterfraternity Council, governing body for the social fraternities. Offices are by rotation. Sponsored by Dean of Men Theron I. Fouts, the Council is composed of I. D. Clayton . . Geezles, president Glenn Griffin . . Geezles representative Stanley Wilson . . Pi Phi Pi representative Iames Nicholson . .... Pi Phi Pi representative Paul Robinson . . . Beta Alpha Rho Beta representative Robert Harris . . Beta Alpha Rho Beta representative Ray Olive . . .... Trojans representative Ray Langford . .Trojans representative Eugene Wood . . Talons representative C. L. Carr . . Talons representative Bob Bell . . . Falcons representative Earl Clendenin . . Falcons representative f Left to right: Bt-ll. Clendenin. Clayton, Griffin, VVilst1n, Nicholson, Olive, Langford, Carr, NVood, Robinson, Harris lust rim Billi Nunn, Monette Lutlwiek, Miss Myrtle Brown, Ilomthy Hall, Mrs. Margie Stafford. Thelma Oclle Sttontl row Edgar Mohley, Helen Bullock, Marie Carlsen, H. M. Love, Ranel Robertson, Rev. Ioe Brown lawn. Carl S'ruclen+ Religious Council During Religious Conference Week, held February 8-15, the Student Religious Council sponsored several prominent speakers on the Teachers College campus, among them Rabbi Kahn, Dr. Perry E. Gresham, and Ioseph Garrison. The Council is composed of two representatives from each Denton church. Officers are as follows: Billy Nunn . . president H. M. Love . . vice-president Marie Carlsen . . . treasurer Ranel Robertson . . . . ....... secretary STUDENT REPRESENTATIVES: Lucile Ayres, Helen Mae Bullock, Carl Cabe, Doro- thy Hall, Gowen Foulks, Theldo Frisinger, Alvido Kans, Monette Lud- wick, Edgar Mobley, Walter Maakestad, Thelma Odle, W. E. Vaughn, Mary Ellen Shorter STUDENT WoRKERs: Mrs. T. M. Cunningham, Miss Mary Alice Scott, Rev. Ioe Brown Love FACULTY SPONSORS: Miss Bessie Shook, Mrs. Margie Stafford, Miss Myrtle Brown Caine lutilc -Xi as Xw ,V I 1 X01 H Y YXQ-'11 B 91 0 1 A V50 we '2- we will M ww ,QA w 1 7 NEW X00 X: 'X if -1,.'i, ii -,J I Scoring a hit on the Teachers College stage, in proportion to the one scored on Broadway. the College Players' fall production, George IfV6l5hflZgl0ll Slept Here, became the out- standing dramatic production of the year. Taking the lead in the Kaufman-Hart comedy, rated by Burns Mantle as one of the ten best plays of 1940-41, were Rena Brown as Annabelle Fuller, and Fritz Kimbrell as Newton Fuller. Turning in brilliant performances were Rena Brown, Fritz Kimbrell, Buford lnvram, and Bill Ritchie are wmw w fw:.tWwL.Q- mb-Hwatw .t--,, . , , 1 The setting of the play takes place in an ancient New England farmhouse, which, according to New- ton Fuller fKimbrellj, was once slept in by the first President of the country. Fuller typifies the city man who wants to get back to the country, and his city wife, Annabelle, and her daughter run a close parallel to the wife and grown daughter who would rather stay in town where there is running hot water Uncle Stanley is the perfect picture of the finicky old uncle who is tolerated all too often because rela tives think he is too rich to be shooed away Handling directing chores for the production was Mrs. Myrtle Hardy, head of college dramatics Bill Ritchie as Mr. Kimber aclxie Mcliay and Tommy Iones as Madge Fuller and Steve lildridgc liulord Ingram as Uncle Stanley XM, aw Efxabcppe, 9 Nei xixe l c Kuna lirmvn liritl Kimlircll lgiclxic Nlcliglx' liuloml liigrgiiii liairiicy Millcr Tom lom-s Nliuliucl 'lkiyliir liulwcrt llucluxorlli Clmrlcnc Limlscy Nlynell Allcli Hill Ritcliic , lirulclic liolicrson l'll'L1IlCC'S Coates l:I'L'LlDll Nlurclocli Charles li. Smith CAS .T Yrorgv lllnlffllillgfflll Sfrpf Ilrrc' , .xllllillwllt Fullcr N1-xxluii liullcr Nliiilgc liullui' Lfiil-lv Sllllllkf' . linyiiioml, iicplicw Stn-vw lf,l1lrinl3,1L- Cilzlylmi lfxxiiis, nclnr 'llmiiiiiiy l luglics lizliyc licnil Lcsliv Mr. liinilwr Mrs. Iimigliis . . Hcslcr Suc liiirringloii . lxgcllc limzcr Velma Rim Ilgilciiian . ., Miss XVilwx Clnrrsncc linstcr A A , Klf. Pr65COII Nlyiicll .Xllun Lis RL-lin l.n-slic Frulnlic Roberson us Mrs. Dcuiglgis Burney Miller as Raymond 1 1, is f ,u i as ff A .au sk mf ? lu si-l":f 'lk H f. QL ' Z ' ' 'x4"' ' TN si alias Sweep ,keys oeba XNKUVBBQ O ' Yea' Fgwnlhw TOPS Q ' . to 5 mt. Mba ,X vo hc ' we - X X has y iv H rw xqinlwli. w fu l kin'-L DX ti'XU"m , iii ' X NX ' ,iXvf'l , gt Nw s J X XCS X10 W a wide Ur NY sxmlilx SWEEPSTAKES TRGPHIES in two maior foren- sic tournaments was the outstanding record of North Texas debaters for the year. Coached by Bullock Hyder and by Mrs. Olive Iohnson, individual com- petitors and teams brought home a score of honors. ln the Baylor Forensic Tournament, held Ian- uary 16 and 17, Denton debaters were awarded the following places: first place in menls senior debate, first and second in women's extempore, first in menls oratory, first in after-dinner speaking, first in men's radio speaking, and first place sweekstakes winner. At Oklahoma's Savage Forensic Meet, N. T. en- trants won second in senior men's debate, second in men's oratory, third in women,s extempore, first in men's radio, third in men's poetry, first and second in Bible reading, and second and third in after-din- ner speaking. With the 362 points amassed by these wins, North Texas took the sweepstakes trophy for the second consecutive year. Ben Hearne, Iames Prothro, and Henry Amlin were awarded medals for individual ranking. On the debate trip to Iackson, Mississippi, the Denton men's team of Iames Prothro and Ben Hearne were first-place winners. North Texas debaters lost the coach who has stood behind many of their victories when Tom Bullock Hyder, formerly of the speech and govern- ment departments, was called to a post in the office of the governor at Austin. He left at the end of the fall semester. Debater Amlin gets in a little oil-tlie-recoial practice on the other mtsnibt-rs ul- the forensic group. At top. the entire forensics squad poses for gi group shot. Izinies Prothro, at right in the middle ' iction with all the facts picture, goes into z :intl hgures on the stantl in front of him. J ' olle igue Ben Hearn. takes lrothro s c 'z . notes meanwhile for his argument on the tlehate question. ln the lower right picture. Prothro ntl Hearn examine the iltizzling gold a A cup the tlehziters fell heir to following qt f at one of the mziioi' sweepstakes x ittory meets. Student radio technician Rllf liurns demonstrates the sound eflects to Mrs. johnson and Frank liarrow. Radio Players A Workshop for aspiring radio artists, announcers, and technicians, the Radio Players affords students preliminary experience working with the mike, making sound effects, and writing radio skits. Members of the Players take turns in news broadcast- ing, announcing, acting, script writing, creating sound, auditioning, casting and directing. The outstanding programs presented during the year on the regular Cap and Bells Series were The Great Stone Face, A Chriszma: Carol, Twelflh Nighl, Pan Amerieafz, The Other Wise Men, Haus Chrffstiafz Alnderfofz, The Romance of Rubber, and The Story of the National An- zhem. In the workshop, students get the real leel of closing in on a mike, acting on air, and working in the control room. Mime d C. Bain Soprano. Crowning Achievemenl' of Year Brahms FestivaL ls Musical High Lighl Pride of the music department is the Wilfred C. Bain-directed A Cappella Choir, ac claimed as one of the greatest singing organizations in the Southwest. Crowning achieve ment in the activities of the Choir for the year Was the singing of the "Requiem," present- ed during the Brahms Festival, which was held at the college from May 29-31. SING vis 'ro THE Loan. LSQBM 4326 moderate Alto. w :r: Tenor. LJ Bass, Sm- - - i ACCONIP. I' url? Izearsal ll Sing ye, sing ye, ,sing ye, Sin-gel, sinwget, sin - get, Aliegro modenzio The A Cappella Choir Two other singing organizations, the Oratorio Society and the Chapel Choir, took active parts during the year in various programs, were featuretl in conjunction with the A Cappella Choir during the four differ- ent programs of the Festival. Frank McKinley directs the Chapel Choir. The Oratorio Society is composed of music majors in the college. The Oraforio Sociely 2 'i A f an A s 1+ yu. ,Q 2 sw - From YMPHONIC MUSIC TO GUT-BUCKET JIVE . that's Floyd Graham Music master Floyd Graham finds time to direct two of the outstanding music organizations on the campus, the Symphony Orchestra and the Aces of Col- legeland, is as much at home in formal clothes, standing on a platform leading the seventy-five symphonic musicians, as he is on Saturday night being the gen- ial, wise-cracking M. C. on the stage show program. Outstanding performance of the Symphony Orchestra for the first semes- ter Was the formal concert presented at the auditorium in December. Spot- light presentation of the symphonic aggregation for the second semester was "Symphony Number Fourf' given during the Brahms Festival in May. The 75-Piece Symphony Orchesfra The Aces of Collegelancl Swee+ and Hof Dance Band For fifteen years, the North Texas Aces of Collegeland has played the major role in the traditional Satur- day night stage shows at the college. Specializing in sweet and hot dance music, the orchestra plays at every dance of importance held on the campus-from the Sadie Hawkins annual stomp to the swankiest of frat and sorority formals. Sixteen solid swingsters make up the Aces of Collegelancl-a hand that has played accompaniment to many budding singers. Pretty Nancy Iane Gates, Hollywood Starlet, was for years sweetheart of 'Fessor Gra- hamls band. m .ru ' K .L 6' 469 V g z, 'H,, ' . f, 1' , WY gp? ,Q .,w.', Z.. ,,....M x ,L -IW Q! x x , ' v as. gg 1 , ug M3 .ff 3 'l ., Q 2521 i . X ' , , Qi by 4 ,S , Q ' T iam ig , ,gawk M1 , nk a ,U , i,, if X . 5,1 f 0, 'Qi' lv, -, 5-,yr RR. A Q R, , Ai W f , V U, ,,, QA -Q M x N. V mjlk ' , vig, ' ,2 5 -. L sg, ,H Q xx Y Q mv -fi ' if 2 si " 5 'im 1 is ix 53 if 5 'QE an I if ,?,. 4- hw , s ki? 3 5 'X " A Q? 6' K ' ,g::::.,::.': " . . I 35-Q QQwzt ew- K - YE qw K V xx YE? .XX 'ag X is X an ,g , , 1 ki je E 4 ,vt 1 fig ,. V wa, QA gage g 19 iii f sf! 4Q aww Campus Chai' Slaff Editorkin-Chief . . . lack Maguire Associate Editor . . Nalleanc Walker News Editor . . Mary Lee Kemp Special Editor . . Iacliye Bruner Society Editor .... . Dorothy Harris Associate Society Editor . . . Marie Hill Amusements Editor . . . Gene Clark Sports Editor . . . . Harry Glazner Associate Sports Editor . . T, I. Collette Business Manager . . . Ray Martin Circulation Manager . . . Bob Craft Staff Photographer . . Charles Cox Stal-l Cartoonist . . Pete Place Columnists .......... Vernelle Grahle, Virginia Paty, Charles Dameron Reporters .......... Barbara Brown, Lillian Young, Ellie Shultz, Elmora Mes- ser, Marzella lones, Claire Thigpen, Rosanne Sy- ron, Muriel Matthews, Sis Swaim, Ray Hudspeth, loe McFadden, Aline Smith Sponsors . . . . C. E. Shuliord, l. D. Hall Ahove, lack Maguire, editor, chetlis last- minute copy. Next, Nal7eane Wztlker. as- sociate editor, looks up while working on her column. Shuford and llall, sponsors of the Cfmf, go into conference with Edi- tor Maguire. Mary Lee Kemp checks over the exchange tiles. Iaekye lirnner reads copy in the lower picture. lim! Qlzmf The Campus Cfztzt, headed this year by lack Maguire, editor-in- chief, and Nalleane Walker, associate editor, again took first-place rating in the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association. Twice winner of All-American rating, the Cha! is published weekly by an all-student staff, and is the official N. T. S. T. C. news- paper. It is printed in the college print shop, and is distributed each Friday to North Texas students and faculty. A circulation of nearly four thousand includes a long list of ex-student subscribers. The Chaz has built up this year a strong staff of division editors and beat reporters, recruited from college journalism classes and stu- dents interested in publications. The aim of the paper has been thorough campus coverage, and regular weekly staff meetings have been held for discussion and criticism. Through its exes' column and news stories, the Chat maintains a constant link between former students of the college and the pres- ent student body. The staff has made especial effort to keep in touch with students and faculty members called into the armed forces. Besides taking the trophy in the newspaper division of T. I. P. A., the Chaz took two individual first prizes and two thirds. First place for editorial column and third place for editorial went to lack Maguire, first in feature writing to NaDeane Walker, and third in news story to Ellie Shultz. Editor lack Maguire is a sophomore from Denison. NaDeane Walker, associate editor, is a senior from Canton. During the year the Chaz sponsored a stamp-bond sales drive on the campus. Nation- al rating on this yearls paper had not been received when the Yucca went to press. Collette 1 Sveiety editors llolotlii llaiii ml xllllk Hi get the slope. Sports writers and editors Hurx tooetlmei' lor tl XX tllk tl1e situation our lltl m tht till tt 'ed mstlai S .1i, 1 1... ill AL.. Charles llarneron The 1942 Yucca was prepared during a time of stress-When a drop- B71 ,Wy Mi t l ,gf X "ff'f1f1,,,1 'Xe ping enrollment threatened Hnances and uncertain draft conditions influenced the shaping of the yearbook. One of the aims of the editor has been to produce an annual on a professional basis, yet by students. Another aim was to exceed any previous Yucca with informality to the last degree, giving the stu- dents a book which has recorded things just as they happened. Thanks go Hrst to I. D. Hall for his complete and sincere co- operation during the last twelve months . . . to Sam Ingram, now in Naval Aviation, for his colorful sketches . . . to Miss Haile for the thankless job of copy reading . . . to the Publications Council for aiding with the favorite election . . . to special photographer Max for his excellent division page, favorite, and opening section photo- graphs . . . to Bill Murphree of Southwestern Engraving Co. for his companyls high-class engraving and for his personal help in plan- ning the dummy and aid throughout the year . . . to Kingskraft Covers and C. G. Swatek . . . to Stafford-Lowden and T. B. Kelso for binding . . . to Shaw's Studio and O. P. Grandy for class photographs. To his staff members, the editor gives his sincerest thanks and appreciation for their service throughout the year. Nalin-alle XVall4er Marie llill Marie Rather and Hill Moore C-'lf l1,' 2, LA.. . ?...,, mo 5 Who Appomtmunts IV W L ga 'x cr taff Members B111 Moon snort lx UC Iimc Miss Hgxilc, YQLICLIIIY sponsor, is pictured in thc ygml ot' har homo on VVclch strcct. .Xl la-fr, lirlitor IDLIIIICYLIH bhoots the bull on-r Ll cup of coffee with Pub- lications Clllliflllilll Samplcy and I. IJ. llull. talks ovcr yearbook prob- lvzm with them. . qv . nf' 10' 1 0,-gh t. aywtf-9 ' ,c""'n. Q 10 v 1 uf"""" gf it ' M iwesm K0 0 ,Ulm mln' ,, . A . N ii vv' 0, . " 'V I om-1 N x ous, ,K m .ax 'mi ,hi ,, I 1 ' , L I 1 sw nl mx mod ' .-' If "" m- il! ' ..- W, t wir ,isa 1' ,, , ,eu - . . f f tn" bl , I ,Wm H ,Mm YS .1 Nmrv .. iv-W" J sv. Andgfn- wow' N., 1 4' 5' I s D-"W" 5 , K F, 11 mm mmm ' 7-l R,,zmrW" ,mm x ix We-.1 lrwlw i m 1 l ' N wt " O i 'I D il..-Sf""' F i a so cn iaU"""'w I hh 0 ll ix h 17- Q. C, an za L ,aildw f't""tdf.u1 FW: W.-an ii. X S, T C, MAd,,,,. 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First place in the short story division went to Charles Dameron, McCamey, first in essay to Florice Green, Gra- ford, and first in one-act play to Buford Ingram, Dallas. All of the winning entries had been published in the Azfesm. Iean Walsh, Wichita Falls, served a second t erm as Azfesm editor this year, and was assisted by associate edi- tors Vernelle Grable, Albany, and Princess Martin, Colo- rado City. Sam Ingram, Hal Clarke, and NaDeane Walk- er composed the art staff. In the a es sponsored by the Avena, the following were winners this year: short story, Charles Dameron, Buford Ingram, poetry, Bill Bob McLendon, Moxie Crausg essay, Florice Green, lack Rog- ers, one-act play, Buford Ingram. nnual creative writing cont t I ui gponS0Y Q M, Darni , Dr. F- mm-, Avesfa Staff Editor . . . . Ieun Walsli Associate Editor . . Princess Martin Associate Editor . . Verncllc Grable Stulf Artists ........ Sam Ingram, Naljcane Walker, Hal Clarke Princcss Martin The stat? of tht: fizfrxlu nxt-t-ts with Iirlitor Witlsh, goes over iclcns for thc inngzlzinc. Nalkztlwc VVg1lker Hill Ciurkc Vcmcllc qgmhlc aw Presses Roll In +he Prin'r Shop Whirring, mechanical activity characterizes the busiest spot on the campus, the Teachers College Print Shop. Bossed by I. D. Hall, Ir., the print shop turns out mas- ter printing, prints the weekly Chai, the college magazine, Azfcxfm, and puts out the man-size job, the Yucca. In addition to printing the three publi- cations, the print shop does all the job Work de- manded by such a large institution-the college bulletin, the summer broadside, music adver- tising, and all letterhead work. 1. D. Hall At left, Flora Mac Tatum and Moxie Craus read proofs in thc shop. In the lower panel of pictures, from left to right, XVayne Taylor works the job press, Vernelle Urahle makes the linotype buzz, Bud Ballew does ll make-reguly iob on a YIICTLI form, and llill Sprinkle sets type on the machine. KAW W ...,,.,... -... -rw IW! A Publicity People Putting the college on the map and keeping the name of North Texas before the public is the job of the Publicity Ulhce. Chief of the public relations for the college is C. F. Shufortl, whom opponents envy for his ability to grab ofl so many column inches in metropolitan and city papers. Whatever ll stuclent does here at Denton is of news in- terest to his hometown paper, anal that's one of the main jobs of the publicity people. f I f I I Of: ILA! 4.0 dull W Virginia Paty as K' li ng. ,I V Sl if. iuiorrl 1,141 A17 ,I nm ,A f-Q.. bi is -f wa as Elie I fi K 'F qui! ll ral!!! UNH Steffi Pholographer Charles Cox is serving his second year as publications photographer, and has completed his third year of work on the Teachers College publications. As student photographer, it is CoX's job to shoot the hundreds and hundreds of pictures that go into the Yzzcca and the special ncws photographs for the Cam- pus C fmt. Business Manager of Publicalions Business manager of student publica- tions until the Hrst of April, Ray Mar- tin's Work took in advertising for the Campus Chat, signing all requisitions for the student publications, and aid- ing in letting the various yearbook con- tracts. Successor to Martin for the rest of the year Was C. W. Burnam, who did the follow-up work on the business manager's calendar, and who Worked on advertising for the Yucca. 35.345 YYY A, AT. ,-Y ,Y , ,., ,,,-,-. . vw Y ,Y,. .. M, AW-, M..- ..,, M ,,, ,A,.A . , - ... 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'r I . . ,....-nh....--..,..-.....,-,.,,.,-,,..4,..- . . ,.JLw.,.., ... ....., , .V Kaghlirs A "Penthouse Serenade" ofilered the motif for the annual spring formal of the Kaghlir social sorority, held April 25 in the T. S. C. W. tearoom. Shirley Frost was speaker for the evening. Officers of fhe club for the fall semester were Babette Cocker- ell, president, Billie Maple, vice-president, Helen Fitch, secretary, Midge Hogg, treasurer, Mary Ellen Heidler, rush captain, Daisey Williams, parliatnentariang and Dorothy Harris, reporter. The only change in spring officers was Shirley Frost, reporter. Spring pledges were Mary Evelyn Gould, Yvette Eubanks, Ann Newton, Sue Rowan, Helen Manner, Mary Soloman, Dorothy Cart- wright, Norma lean Knight, lean Ayres, Mary T. Bryant, Mary Lou Turner, Marian Gilbert, and Marilynn Iohnson. Ann Newton served as pledge captain. Social evenfs for the year included a Christmas formal held December I2 at the Woman's Club. A horseback riding party was held at the Estes stables December 4, and a buffet supper was given at the Kaghlir house December 14. A chuck wagon supper at the Kingsbury home was held Octo- ber 7. On October 8 a formal cocktail hour and rush dance were held at the men's gymnasium. A Christmas party was given for mem- bers at the Kaghlir house on December 15. lrst row Butler, Giles Second row Embry, Harris, Greever, NVhitaker, F. Fitch, Dutton Third row Malphurs, H. Fitch, Thomas. Hogg, Pinson, Maples Kaghlirs As a rush funcfion, a buffet supper was held at the sorority house February 27. The formal rush dance was observed February 28 at the Mary Arden Lodge. An April Fool clance was held at the Womans Club on April 1. Following the North Texas-East Texas football game on November 15, the Kaghlir sorority entertained members of the Les Choisites, Commerce social sorority, with an open house. Open house for all fraternities and sororities of the North Texas campus was held by the Kaghlirs on December 7. Kaghlir member Ellena Fayne White was elected a campus fa- vorite in the Yucca campaign. Members of the sorority are Frances Back, Verna Bard, Edith Butler, Babette Cockerell, Wilma Lois Crain, Mary Io Dutton, Mildred Embry, Helen Fitch. Frances Fitch, Shirley Frost, Mary Giles, Mar- garet Glover, Catherine Greever, Arline Halamicek, Dorothy Harris, Mary Ellen Heidler, Midge Hogg, Ema Io Holland, Eugenia Hughes, Iudy Iohnson, Polly Pinson, Elizabeth Malphurs, Laura Bess Ramsey, Margie Read, Tempie Tunnell, Daisey Williams, Fayne White, Ruth Nell Whitaker, and Io Frances Worley. First row: Ramsey, Coekerell, Halatnieek, Wor tx Second row: lohnson, Frost, White, Crain Third row: Williams, Read, Tunnell, Glover, Bard Holland Kappa Kappa Kappa A "Sou+h of fhe Border" buffet supper and a Chinese Chow were two of the formal social functions held by the Kappa Kappa Kappa sorority during the year. The buFfet supper was the fall rush activity, and the Chinese Chow the spring rush function. Both were held at the Kappa house. A Spanish theme and Mexican food were used for the first, and at the Chinese Chow, chop suey was served and eaten with chop sticks. Rushees sat on mats decorated with the Chinese letters "K K Girls pledged by the Kappas for the spring semester were Helen Mae Bullock, Betty Kilpatrick, Molly Lou Mitchell, Marie Rather, Sarah Ann Stowe, and Edith Wimberley. Kappa Kappa Kappa officers for fall were president, Mary Ellen Shorter, vice-president, Virginia Pharr Miller, corresponding secretary, Mary lane Harrell, recording secretary, Mary Neal Postong rush captains, Betty Irby Connell, Emma Lena Early, parliamentarian, Mary Copeland, and treasurer, Emma Io Rayborn. Spring officers were Mary Ellen Shorter, president, Carmen Ramsey, vice-presidentg Mary Inez Windham, corresponding secre- tary, Mary Neal Poston, recording secretary, Emma Lena Early, rush ff j'Q' Q ' 1 if 53 , Q ,N tg l 'iii I t W: Innes, Pool, XVindham, Dunn, Gibbons S l row: Ramsey, Eaton, Harvey Kappa Kappa Kappa captain, Lois Ellen Stell, parliamentariang lane Gibbons, scrapbook keeper, Emma Io Rayborn, treasurerg and Mary lane Iones, reporter. Informal acfivilies held by the sorority included a Christmas dance with holiday decorations. Members received gifts from stockings on a holly-banked mantle. Open house for all fraternities and sorori- ties was held in October. February 26 The spring rush dance was held at the Woman's Club. A formal southern plantation theme was carried out, with col- ored doormen announcing guests. The annual spring formal was held on May 9 at T. S. C. W. The theme was "Time," and four large clocks, with hands pointing to seasons rather than hours, were table center- pieces. Kappa members are Frances Brown, Betty Irby Connell, Eve- lyn Dunn, Emma Lena Early, Ioy Eaton, lane Gibbons, Mary lane Harrell, Margaret Harvey, Mary lane Iones, Virginia Pharr Miller, Mary D. McReynolds, Mary Frances Perry, Mary Neal Poston, Peggy Pool, Carmen Ramsey, Emma Io Rayborn, Lerabeth Rice, Mary Ellen Shorter, Lois Ellen Srell, Martha Thornton, and Mary Inez Wiliclham. First row: Rayburn, Early, Shorter, Postr n lb xrnton Second row: Perry, Rice, Stcll Kappa Thela Pi A funny paper clance honoring spring pledges to the Kappa Theta Pi sorority and carrying out the comic-strip motif was held at the Wom- an's Club during the spring semester. Thefa officers for the fall semesfer were Peggy Lorenzen, president, Emma Lou Long, vice-president, Ierry Robinson, secretary, Maxine Coleman, treasurer, Mary Myers, reporter, Melba Wilcoxen, parliamentariang and Betty Ann Fladger, rush captain. Spring semester ofificers were the same for presidency and vice-presidency. New oliicers were Barbara Parton, secretary, Virginia Paxton, treasurer, Mary Myers, parliamentariang Melba Wilcoxen, rush captain, and lean Gathright, corresponding secretary. The six pledges taken into the sorority for the spring semes- ter were Ellen Baer, Sarah Ann Ferguson, Mary Iohnston, Betty Rhea Ortmeyer, Mary Elizabeth Quick, and Donice Parker. Formal social functions held during the school year included the annual spring formal, which was held May 8 at the T. S. C. W. College Club, and the birthday dinner-dance held Ianuary 9. Dancing at the College Club was followed by a dinner in the Crystal Room of Marquis Hall. Members of the sorority were speakers. On +l'1e calendar of informal events were rose teas given both Iirst row C ithright Beslsow, Hunt, Isbill, Newman Second row l xlc Carlisle Porterfieltl. Paxton. Dudley. Smith. Parton. Hendrick Kappa Thefa Pi semesters during rush week. Rushees received nosegays, and the rose motif was carried out in decorations. The function was held at the Theta house. A formal dance given at the Womans Club honored fall pledges, and a similar one honored spring pledges. Fall pledges were also honored with an informal dance at the Woman's Club, and fol- lowing the Thanksgiving holidays, pledges honored Theta members with a breakfast at the College Club. An informal dance was held at the Womans Club for spring pledges, and the annual spring formal was held May 8 at the College Club. Members of Kappa Theta Pi are Mary Faye Beskow, limmie Car- lisle, Maxine Coleman, Dorris Dudley, Kay Evans, Betty Ann Fladger, Margaret Floyd, Noel Francis, lean Gathright, Olga Hendrick, Mary Hunt, Dawn Isbill, Emma Lou Long, Ianie Lorenzen, Peggy Lorenzen, Billie Lyles, Mary Myers, Barbara Parton, Virginia Paxton, Marguerite Phillips, Sammye Porterheld, Marguerite Reed, Margaret Riley, Ierry Robinson, Mary Lu Smith, Reeta Smith, Iewel Taylor, and Melba Wilcoxen. Thefa member Virginia Paxton was elected Yucca favorite. First row: Coleman, Rt-eil, Philli is. Robinson, Wilcoxen l l becond row: Taylor. Paty, I. Lorenzcn, P. Lorcnzen, Myers, I, ng R11 X Phoreffs The Phoreffs' shipwreck dance is an annual affair, but variety is added by the fact that the ship is wrecked each year in a different place. Another novel idea on the sorority's entertainment calendar for the year Was the wedding of Ioe College and Ima Phoreff as a part of spring rush activities. In spoflighr prominence was the annual formal, held March 28 in the T. S. C. W. tearoom. Ex-members of the sorority were speak- ers, and spring Howers were used as decorations. The fall rush activities included a buffet supper, with a military motif, at the Phoreff house, an informal dance, with a 'KV for Victory" motif carried out in decorations, at the College Club at T. S. C. W., and a hay ride and picnic at Lake Dallas November 30. Ciher evenfs were a birthday dinner-dance at the Southern Hotel November 1, at which former members were guests, and the spring rush reception, held at the sorority house February 26. The spring formal Was held at the VVoman's Club February 25. Fall officers were Mary Io Stone, president, Gwendolyn Iohn- son, first vice-president, Hesper Crook, second vice-president, Dorothy Bush, secretary, Frances Hart, treasurer, Helen Hodges, reporter, and Betty Geer, corresponding secretary. Fir t row Geer. Loveless, McAdams, Wilson, llodges, Ellett Sur nd row: Stallings, Roberts, Utt, Corbin Phoreffs Spring officers were Hesper Crook, president, Ruth Oliver, first vice-president, lonia Blocker, second vice-president, Naneelie Utt, secretary, Iune Loveless, treasurer, Margaret McAdams, reporter, and lean Stallings, corresponding secretary. Pledges for HIE spring semesrer were 1211111111 Lou Boatriglit, Kathryn Caldwell, Barbara Cooper, Mary Hele11 Errebo, Mary Frances Gardner, Doris Holland, Billie Nell Hugl1es, Mario11 Kenible, Dorothy lane Lindsay, Iewell Mullins, LaNelle Quillin, Ardatb Singletary, Roslyn Singletary, Betty Smitlier, Benialee Stailey, and lane Trulock. Pboreiif members are Marie Austin, Luna Belle Beachum, Ioma Blocker, Dorothy Bush, Margaret Ann Carter, Barbara Corbin, Theresa Corcoran, Hesper Crook, Kay lillet., Betty Io Geer, Helen Hodges, Gwendolyn Iolmson, Iune Loveless, Margaret McAdams, Rutli Oliver, Alta Faye Roberts, Virgi11ia Rogers, lean Stallings, Nan- Celie Utt, and Mary Helen Wilson. VW vw i ' ' Jiffg, 'sf asus 7? Faculfy sponsors for the Plioreii sorority are Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Bain. Plioreiis Kay Ellett and Marie Austin were strong favorite candidates who went into the final run-oti. 1? a H liirst row: Iiusli, liloelat-1', Olixer, Austni. Llxnils, Ioluison St-eolid row: Carter, Coreor1111, Beaclilml. Rogii 1 , We , . wiv 41?: l2iw+1Hfw"'hif 145 ,. , Q A , A V g2.-v .Jwfa.. - , f V ., ,Q ,A -, .- 4 x -. '1 ' ' ' . I ! V -v Q: -KM . 44.1 ' ' ' ' ' , h , . I . x ..- X ,,L. L V 1 1 , If 1 9 A X fQ4-14,1 17414 x 5 1 1 - qs! 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Cartwright, Ciarrison. lt-rnigan, liarr, killlllllllllll, llemlwsoil, Rt-din, .Xmlin lhird row: lanes, Sanders, ltlartly, Kendall, llairstou, Greer, Smith, Robinson, Mtliee, Mclairty Name: Beta Alpha Rho Beta. Bosses: Fall semester-Garland Mathews, president, Floyd Everheart, vice-president, Dean Sanders, secretary, lack Iernigan, treasurer, Harvey Helm, sergeant-at-arms, Iohn Foster, corresponding secretary. Spring semester-A. B. Tate, president, Iohn Foster, vice-president, Dean Sanders, secretary, lack Ierni- gan, treasurerg Hubert Barr, sergeant-at-arms, W. H. McLartv, corresponding secretary. B. M. O. C. department: Henry filmlilz, trophy-snatching North Texas debater, Whols Who in debate, Pi Kappa Delta Qdebate fraternityj president, Whols Who in American Colleges and Universities. Fred Kendall, stage show singing star, outstanding soloist in last yearls Bach Festival, Yufca favorite for this year. Bill Mefzcfce, captain of the ,4r basketball team, captain-elect for next year, noted for shooting plenty of goals. A. B. Taze, basketball, outstanding star on North Texas team for three years, Yucca favorite last year. Chief characteristics: It's chieliy their footgear that makes Beta pledges stand out on the campus. During pledgeship, one white shoe and one black or brown one is worn. A white suit dance for pledges is the social function original with the Beta Alpha Rho Beta fraternity. , If Q 41 Bela Alpha Rho Bela litta ,hlpllil Rlio Bela iiieiiilie-1's pose tu' an into1'11i.il picture in li-int of the liI'.llCI'l1lll lwuse. To this affair, regardless of season, Beta pledges come clad entirely in White. Social sfulifz Max S. Huebner ofthe education faculty and Charles Estes, charter member of the fra- ternity, were speakers at the Beta dinner-dance given December Ci in the T. S. C. W. tearoom. Decorations were carried out in the fraternity colors red, black, and silver. The annual spring formal Was held May IO at the Woman's Club. Other social events were the White suit dance, a stag barbecue, a spring picnic, and an informal sports dance. Spring pleclges: Albert Elliott, ,lim Townsend, Vic Hart, Dan Wadsworth, C. E. Hastings, Walter Harpool, Bob Massey, S. E. Scott, Wilson Stark, Bill Young, and Ioe Wood. Members: Henry Amlin, Hubert Barr, Harold Cartvvright, Patton Chapman, Iohn Foster, Weldon Garrison, Vandel Green, Frank Greer, Richard Hairston, Thomas Hardie, Bob Harris, Harvey Helm, Mer- cer Henderson, Bill lanes, lack Iernigan, Fred Kendall, I. D. Lane, G. A. Lloyd, Elvvyn McBee, W. H. Mc- Larty, Bill Menefee, Don Micks, lim Oatman, Marion Ponder, Harley Redin, Barrett Reeves, Paul Robin- son, Dean Sanders, Roger Smith, A. B. Tate, lack Thurman, and Charles Vick. Max Huebner is faculty sponsor of the Beta Alpha Rho Betas. Mm, V V""'w.? 1 Falcons Name: Falcon fraternity. Bosses' Fall semester E . . ' - ugene Richardson, presi- d. . J. N ' ' ent, Iete Lrocker, vice-president, Earl Clendenin, secre tary, George Nielsen, treasurer, Edgar Price, reporter, Bob Bell, rush captain. Spring semester-ABob Bell, presi dent, George Nielsen, vice-president, Edgar Price, secre tary, Harville Gibson, treasurer, Iimmy Miller, reporter, Earl Clendenin, rush captain. Chief cl1arac1'eris'rics:Any time during Hell Week a passerby at college corner may be informed of the exact perature by an obliging time of day and of the exact tem if somewhat cramped Falcon l l p et ge perched overhead in a tree. A barn dance, with costumes and surroundings lend- ing an authentic atmosphere, is an annual Falcon affair. B. M. O. C. deparlmenf: Bob Bell, science depart- ment assistant, Falcon prexy. Falcon Edgar Price is also an assistant in the chemistr y department. Social sfuffz A semi-formal dinner-dance was held b 1 Q . . y the Falcon fraternity Ianuary IO in the T. S. C. W. sl row: lw1i'Nt-ir, Clendenin. lfu s Richartlsi in , in, Miller, Gibson, Wilson, Brodie Sctond row: Purcell. Bell. Price, Antleson. Gray, Mclxlath. Wl -. R' NIL lppeme Falcons dining room. Members leaving for the armed forces were honored, and a patriotic theme was observed. Professor R. E. Iackson of the T. S. C. W. faculty was chief speaker for the occasion. A sports dance, honoring Falcon pledges, Was held October 8 in the Woman's Club. On December 7, pledges to the fraternity honored members with a honky-tonk dance. A sports dance was held March 14, honoring spring pledges. Spring pledges: Ralph Miller, Alvin Bishop, I. V. Kennedy, less Pickrell, Ioe Rich, Durvvard Rust, Loey Proctor, lulian Dawson, Bob Dorsey, and Marston Slate. Members: Louie Anderson, Bob Bell, Pete Crock- er, Harville Gibson, limmy Miller, George Nielsen, Edgar Price, Don Rippetoe, lohn White. The Falcon fraternity is the latest men's social organi- zation to be formed on the Teachers College campus. The fraternity made its first appearance in 1939. Dr. E. C. Brodie of the college English department faculty is sponsor of the group. Falcons and dates gil honkyt lx 3, I tl l fl tl l ll eezles First row: I. Ashton, Smith, Spencer, V. Ashton, IJ. Spencer, Tate, lit-cklltun Second row: Montgomery. Waters, Goldsmith, lJuhon,Gross, Gregg, Howe. Roy, Gates, Colmenaires, Cilfllllll, Clayton l'hirtl row: Grillin, Morgan, Muggs, Hopkins, Chrisinan, Patterson Name: Geezles. Bosses: Fall semester-Malcolm Graham, president, Don McLeod, vice-president, Leon Hutto, secre- tary, Glenn Griffin, treasurer, Ervin Clay, sergeant-at-arms, and Ted Marsico, reporter. Spring semester-I. D. Clayton, president, Frank Honeycutt, vice-president, Pete Duhon, secretary, Glenn Grilfm, treasurer, Bud Howe, sergeant-at-arms, Carl Montgomery, reporter, and Grady Chrisman, historian. Chief characferisficsz The Geezle fraternity chooses athletes for membership. The fraternity has no pledges, but designates future Geezles as "prospective members." While pledges to other fraternities en- dure the rigors of "Hell Weekf' Geezle prospectives undergo only a dignified initiation. B. M. O. C. deparfmenfz Doyle Walker, Who's Who in the physical education department, ditto in American Colleges and Universities, vice-president of the graduate class of ,42, now in the U. S. Marines. I. D. Clayton, Eagle back, letterman, president of the Interfraternity Council. Benny Graham, Eagle standby, All- Conference tackle. Malcolm Graham, president of the graduate class. Ervin Clay, football co-captain 'Llckief' two years an Eagle letterman. Other Geezle lettermen are Felix Colmenaires, Carl Montgomery, and Maxwell i'Bi1d', Howe. Social sfuff: The annual Interfraternity dance was held October 21 in the menls gym. Following the GSGZl9S ii? .Z 3. E 3 s Meeting night at the Geezle house North Texas-Commerce football game, the Geezle fraternity sponsored an all-college dance in the men's gym, honoring athletes of both schools. A dance for members of the fraternity was held December I2 in the Woman's Club, and on Ianuary I a rush dance was held in the menls gym. During Religious Conference Week, the Geezles acted as co-sponsor of Rabbi Kahn of Houston, one of the chief speakers. Spring prospects were Neil Honeycutt, Robert Morgan, Basil Smith, William Roy, Glenn Iohnson, Iake Beckham, Woodrow Mann, Maurice Waters, Bruce Gates, Billy Miller, Max Goldsmith, Dale Ramsey, Bud Hopkins, Harvey Patterson, Walter Self, Wilburn Curnutt, and Garvin Mugg. Members: Erwin Ashton, Vernon Ashton, Grady Chrisman, Ervin Clay, I. D. Clayton, Felix Colmcn- aires, Pete Duhon, I. P. Gregg, Glenn Griffin, Frank Honeycutt, Maxwell Howe, Leon Hutto, Don Mc- Leod, Ted Marsico, Carl Montgomery, T. C. Morgan, Dave Spencer, I. C. Spencer, Bill Tate, Dick Urban, Doyle Walker, Benny Graham, and Malcolm Graham. An impressive number of North Texas athletes, captains, lettermen, and conference stars in the past have been members of the Geezle fraternity. The club is distinctive as the only men,s social fraternity on the campus which does not require members to go through a period of pledgeship. Pi Phi Pi r mm . 1. .. f 1 l irst row: Brownlee, Wilson. Siddle, Wren, Ibrinnmnnd, Ramsey, Lacey, Bagwell, llrmvning, Scott, Mitchell Acoml row: Currie, Mitchell, Clit-atliani. G. Terrill, Maellaniel, l.LlIlI1L'I', Onstead. Clement, Alexamler, Connor f:Lll'l5l'lllt'l', Adams, Clifton Ihiril nixv: Lanili. firillin, Craft, think, NViekliIl'e, Niuliolsnn, NVQ-sler, Cliildress, Robinson, Zaiuliri, Mclxmltin Name: Pi Phi Pi fraternity. Bosses: Fall-president, lames Currie, chancellor, Bill Bob McLendong secretary, Norman Bagwell, treasurer, Loren Griffin, reporter, Bob Craft, rush captain, Travis Lattner. Spring-president, lames Cur- rieg chancellor, Travis Lattnerg treasurer, Loren Grilling secretary, Bob Craft, reporter, Bill Bob McLendong rush captain, Iames Nicholson. Chief characlerislics: It is a fact for Ripley that, though the Pi Phis pledge blondes, brunettes, and all shades between, they initiate only redheads. Could be the terrors of pledgeship that turn prospective Pi Phis fiery-haired overnight. The Pi Phi annual all-college barn dance is Teachers College tradition. For the occasion the men's gym is decked with hayracks, plows, horse collars, corn shocks, and other i'atmosphere," from persimmons to pumpkins. Overalled, straw-hatted yokels and aproned and bonneted farmers' daughters take in the fun. The fraternity's "Naughty Nudies" show is a part of the annual Halloween Carnival that all carnival goers remember. Designed to shock, it fquotej shakes everything but the morale of the faculty. B. M. O. C. depar+menl': Trazfis Latlner, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities, man- Pi Phi Pi l'i lllll ina-nilwers Qlarllii togetlier at the entrance nl the frat linllsi' on Oak street. about-the-campus. Bill Bob Mr'Le1zzz'011, Campus Clmf and Yucca sports editor for two years, sports writer for the college publicity department, veteran in campus publications. Social Sfuffz A "Blackout" dance was held November 18 at the Womans Club and a picnic No- vember bg at Lake Dallas. On December IQ the Christmas formal dinner-dance was held at the Woman's Club and Marquis Hall. Byron Newton of the business education department was chief speaker. Also held during the fall semester were the all-college barn dance and the i'Naughty Nudiesu show. Dr. E. S. Clifton, English professor, was speaker at the spring leaf frolic held April II at the Woman's Club, with oak leaves as decorations. Spring pleclges: I. C. Bledsoe, T. G. Davis, Bill Dawson, Tom lones, Dick Hill, Harry Glazner, Lee- man Norman, Bill Waldo, and Babe Wester. Members: Richey Adams, lack Alexander, Pete Brownlee, Paul Connor, Bill Cook, Bob Craft, Iames Currie, Odell Carpenter, Bob Cheatham, Frank Childress, Travis Drummond, Loren Griliin, A. K. Lacy, Travis Lattner, Marcus Lamb, Frank Daniel, Bill McLendon, Iudd Mitchell, Iames Nicholson, Charles On- stead, Claude Robinson, Bruce Terrell, Campbell Scott, Tom Skinner, Tom Wren, Ed Wester, Keith Wickliffe, Stanley Wilson, David Zachry. - , X' as ' x ww- 4-. .4 sms-B if 'Q ' P ' ' 2- ' W Talons Name: Talons. Bosses: Fall-David Moore, president, Ted Koonce, vice- president, Clovis Cowan, sheriff, P. G. Poston, secretary, Iames Mundy, corresponding secretary. Spring-Eugene Wood, presi- dent, C. L. Carr, vice-president, lack Sandefur, secretary, Eugene Hunley, sherifllg Ben Brooks, corresponding secretary and pledge captain. Chief characferisficsz Those about to become Talons have a tendency to wear tuxetlos and all the trimmings to classes on Friday of Hell Week. The Bowery Brawl is the annual shenanigan distinctly Talon in tone. Pointed-mustachetl, peg-trousered, gaudy bow-tied, boiled-shirtetl Talons squire llufjfy-haired, beauty-spotted, short- skirted, knee-gartered, joolery-weighted dates. Between petticoat prancing anal barnyartl shullling, the crowd bellies up to the bar to guzzle bellyache bock. B. M. O. C. clepar'rmen'l:Charles Baker, '41 freshman presi- dent, Freshman Follies and Varsity Show clirector, ,42 Yucca fa- vorite, iitterbug genius. C. L. HC!llt'C!ZZlH Carr, star Eagle tackle, football co-captain elect. Clztzrlcr Damcrozz, ,42 Yucca editor, Chat columnist, Azfcsza writer, junior class vice-president, Who's Who in American Colleges anal Universities. David Moore, senior class prexy, '41 Yucm favorite, Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. Eugczzc Wood, Eagle letterman, triple-threat All- Conference quarterback, lnterfraternity Council. First row Iackson Eason qmith Sandeiur. Carr, Wood Setond row Rogers lone Pharr Cowan, Baker, Lemon, Redd, Davidson, Brooks Talons Social stuff: A formal dance at the Woman's Club, followed by a dinner at Marquis Hall, was held Ianuary 10. Charles Dam- eron, L. W. Lemon, and David Moore were speakers. Talons en- tering the armed forces were honored. The first semester rush function was a smoker and buffet sup- per at the Talon house. An informal dance, with patriotic trap- pings, honored pledges in the Recreation Building. During the spring semester a pledge dance was held at the Recreation Build- ing. The Talon informal was held at the Womanls Club April 15, and the Talons' picnic at Lake Dallas, April 26. Cn May 3, the Talons' Mother and Fathers' Day banquet was held in the Crystal Room at Marquis Hall. Spring pledges: Durwood Mumford, Fred McCain, Paul Graves, Leon Richardson, Stanley Kennedy, Ioe Gieb, Harold Davis, Marcus Penney, Wade Polk, Dalton Campbell, McDaniel Hammond, George Hunnington, C. L. Pettit, Wayne Scarbrough, Clifford Robertson, Ray Womack, Loyd McWherter, Robert Ev- ans, Bill O'Glesby, Homer Hall, Fred Grant, Iimmy Newton. Members: Ben Brooks, Charles Baker, Al Boatman, Turner Bowen, Kenneth Browning, Pete Bryant, Clovis Cowan, C. L. Carr, Charles Dameron, Marvin Davidson, Kenneth Eason, A. G. Edens, Bud Gardenhire, Eugene Hunley, Clayton Hall, Wendell Hudspeth, Iohnny Iackson, Keith Iackson, Billy Iohnson, Bobby Iones, Ted Koonce, David Moore, Dick McGee, W. M. Mumford, Mills Parker, Robert Pharr, P. G. Poston, Ed Rogers, Cecil Redd, Paul Richardson, lack Sandefur, Ham Smith, Ray Wideman, Eu- gene Wood. Talons squire be-jooled dates, drink bellyache bo tk at -XJ 'l'r0lan5 A V ' l H , . . ,H UUHEL' N jlidinis. 9"'nWA Wi.-lil. llewlwvii i x S.iiiloi'd- 1 K . , iltblinn. P X' R ' . . nloid- TX i I ui X, l..i11f L,li.idXV I V, pfaitt. VHS! 14iXX . x wksj' stil O iv- ' . .W vaushJn K ,i uflll I ' . ,inli- bliee lunlsun, l.ub . , X fowt ' ' bgeont phjyiiiii . W,-snili. E jx, in. U3 ls g-huh. Selnllins- PM K v, Lfno - " . L XXLA. I ,. px, Lankllm' ,T-hxrd you , K 37533 Name: Trojan fraterni . ay. Bosses: Fall semesterWA. I. Pearce, president, Victor Schott, vice-president, Ralph George, treasurer, Charles Sanford, secretary, Sidney Chadwell, rush captain. Spring semester-Ralph George, president, M. D. Vaughan, vice-president, lack Robertson, treasurer, Ray Langford, secretary, Pete Place, rush captain. The Trojan Shield, fraternity newspaper, was edited in the fall by lack Robertson. Sid Cliadwell served as business manager. lack Maguire was spring editor, and Frank Camp was business manager. Chief charac+eris+ics: Bare shanks below bathrobes, nightcaps of the variety worn on the head, and unlighted candles characterize Trojan pledges during Hell Week. A Li'l Abner dance is an annual function on which the Trojan fraternity has a campus copyright. Trojans and dates attend as Marryin' Sams, Hairless Ioes, Mammy Yoakuins, Daisy Maes, and the couple most filtingly attired according to the Dog- patcli standards of Al Capp's comic strip are awarded prizes. B. M. O. C. deparfmenfz Forest C0l!il1, chosen for Little All-American second team last year, for two years All-Conference, Eagle letternian, new ensign in Naval Aviation. laclq Nlagzfire, Campus Char editor, Texas Intercol- legiate Press Association vice-president-elect .f'1lfC'5lll writer. Pele Place, Wh ' 3 o s Whom Amer- x ican Colleges and Universities, Yucca Who's Who in art, Cha! car- toonist. Sutton Orcnbaun, pass-snagging end, letterman for two years, remembered for spectacular catch in Commerce-Denton game. Social stuff: The Trojan Christmas dance was held December 16 at T. S. C. W., and the spring formal was held May 16, also at T. S. C. W. The Li'l Abner dance and a dude ranch dance held at the Womanis Club March 20 concluded social events for the Trojan fraternity. Spring Pledges: T. I. Collette, Henry McCreight, Pat Mil- ler, Ernest Edwards, Edwin Duffel, Boyce Shelton, Morris Kibler, Harold DuHadway, Norman Kerr, L. C. Slimp, Kenneth Deats, and Carl Melton. Members: Frank Camp, Sid Chadwell, Iohn Chambers, Ross Collins, Loyd Cooke, I. H. Cooper, Forrest Covin, Kenneth Eubanks, Ralph George, Iim- my Henderson, Howard Iackson, Taylor Iud- son, Ray Langford, Newell Langford, lack Ma guire, Ted McMinn, Ray Olive, Sutton Oren baun, A. Pearce, Bradley E. fPetej Place lack Robertson, Charles Sanford, Leon Sehil ling, Victor Schott, R. L. Trout, M. D Vaughan, Eugene Wood, and Winston Wight. Dr. R. L. Conrod of the economics depart ment and Wayne Adams of the industrial arts department are faculty sponsors for the fra- ternity. 1 W QZ!'i,f, wWfWM mMWW7Ww Wwwmmm, ,44Mf,ZZafgwLffAzc60 Z7MWfLf2WMWQVQWWfV0WMM -Aww! ' 44cefa,0 afnflfd '00 , MQQQQQWWWWZZWQWWH WWW7 Affvdin Mwvwfibffvyfw g4AfV,5aAfvv-'fif-Jf1JZQff- w-fvdfwywvffa' awww Alpha Chi Alpha Chi members come from ranking tenth of junior, senior classes. Activities were a formal initiation banquet, Marquis Hall, December 4, and an informal dance, Mary Arden Lodge, March 27. Oflicers are Wayne Hargrove, president, Cordell Smith, vice-president, Frances Grammar, secretary, Iackye Bruner, treasurer. Members are Georgene Adams, Dan Anderson, Marjorie Arnold, Ioe Ashby, Oliver Ballew, Louise Bingham, Henry Blankenship, Horace Botkin, Iackye Bruner, Edith Butler, Lila Ann Butner, Herman Crow, Ralph Daniel, Floyd Davis, Willie Mae Donnelly, Ioy lean Eaton, Nona loyce Elkins, Geraldine Elliott, Mack Elliott, Ella Ruth Enloe, Fern Gann, Frances Grammar, Ray Griffin, Wayne Hargrove, Iuanita Hay- hurst, Iohn Karnes, Mary Lee Kemp, Catherine Knox, Loreta Lewis, Em- ma Lou Long, Ruby Luco, Beth Mathews, Catherine McCarty, Mildred McGlamery, Estherbell Messer, Marie Mitchell, Mary Myers, Mary Lynn Nesbitt, Billey Fred Newman, Bob Oliver, Dan Peacock, Myra Io Preston, Dorothy Mae Reed, Eleanore Rideout, Lucille Ridinger, Margaret Riley, Dolly Rives, Robert Buddy Rogers, Ruth Shaefer, Lena Faye Shawn, Eve- lyn Shirley, Cordell Smith, Eldon Sonnenburg, Cecil Sutton, Hazel Mae Taylor, George Thompson, Bill Townsend, Iames R. Townsend, Char- lotte Traylor, George Vaughan, NaDeane Walker, Ruby Faye Wells, Margueritte Westbrook, Wilma Whigham. Sponsors are Miss Bessie Shook, Miss Myrtle Brown. l First row: Ridinger, Shaefer, Reed, Short, Smith, Traylor, llargrove, Bruner, Ridi-out, Shirley, Mitchell Second row. Eaton, Shook. Preston, VVhighan1, Elkins, Crow, McGlaniery, Wells, Nesbitt, Kr-mp, Toxvnsend, Gray, Rivm, peacock, Shawn, Butner, Brown Third row: VVestbrook, Messer, McCarty, Sutton, Luco, Butler, Onstead. Myers, Long, XValker, Vaughan, Grammar, Enloe The 'fourteenth birthday ol Delta Psi Kappa was celebrated at the an- nual Founders' Day function held in Dallas October 23. Organized on the North Texas campus in 1928, the honorary society for girls majoring in physical education requires a "li" average in all work and sophomore standing in the college, with IS hours of physical education completed. "Castles in the Air" was the theme for the Homecoming banquet held by the club March zo in the Crystal Room. Gold castles on blue clouds With the blue symbol of the Rho chapter of Delta Psi Kappa com- posed decorations for the event. Speakers were Martha Harmon, Hazel Gray, Miss Beulah Harriss, and Eunice Miller. A picnic 'For freshmen and 'rransfers taking physical education was sponsored by the organization in September, in the Recreation Park. The annual Gymboree, March IQ in the Harriss Gymnasium, was also under Delta Psi Kappa sponsorship. Officers were Iackye Bruner, presidentg Ieanne Carter, vice-presi- dent, Dora Miller, secretary, Mildred Vick, corresponding secretary, and Ruth Elder, reporter. Maysel Fuller and Margy jo Webb were spring pledges. L LK Members are Hazel Adkins, Iackye Bruner, leanne Carter, Mary Ruth Cook, Helen Denman, Maryvonne de Kinsky, Ruth Elder, Mary Margaret Gibbons, Catherine Greeyer, Mary Lois Griggs, Martha Io Har- mon, Miss Beulah Harriss, Ola Faye Iohnson, Miss Edith Kubeck, Dora Miller, Louise Murphy, Ruth Russell, Mildred Vick. jackie Piruner Delra Psi Kappa l.t'll In rigllli HdI'l'lss. l'iLlllLI', l'iI'Lll1L'l', CiglI'tc'l', cil't't'Xt'I', Miller. Cowl-., l'iltlt'l', tlt' liilhliy. Kllllecli. Virk. Russell. Hzlrlnufl Members of 'rhe Gammadions, junior honorary society, are as fol- lows: Theresa Abernathy, Marjorie Alexander, Hazel Adkins, Marie Aus- tin, Charles Baker, Kathryn Baker, Eleanor Io Barrow, Velma Rae Bate- man, Dorothy Balthrop, Maxine Belcher, George Birge, Charles Brown, lack Brown, Orval Browning, Dorothy Bruner, C. W. Burnam, W. L. Button, Iimmie Carlisle, Bill Chappell, Evelyn Christian, Gene Clark, Dorotha Nann Cook, Mary Louise Cox, Gladys Dawson, Ermintrude Dickinson, Claire Doss, Catherine Draganis, Evelyn Dunn, Kenneth Eason, Ruth Elder, Ben Estes, Yvette Eubanks, Zelma Fergason, Clara Lee Fielder, Margaret Foster, Melba Frazell, Grace Frysinger, Rose Marie Gibert, Iane Gibbons, Mary Giles, Iune Girouard. Georgia Glover, William Goode, Mary Hall, Martha Harmon, Mabel Hawley, Frankie Hill, Gene Holt, Billie Hopper, Doyle Horsley, Doyle Hutchinson, F. B. Huey, William David lanes, Iuanita Love, Billie Lyles, Iack Maguire, Sue Mathis, Ida Sue Maxey, Dorothy Maxwell, Winnifred Merrill, Mary Frances Miller, Paul Miller, Elizabeth Mizell, Molly Mitchell, Edna Moore, Anna Sue Morgan, Vernon Morrill, Vernon Mudd, Erna McDonald, Henry McCreight, Betty McCormick, Iames Nichol- son, Gloria Nixon, Winona Norvell, Barbara Parton, Ruth Peterson, Al- vin Pierson, Marion Ponder, Peggy Pool, Loey Proctor, Carmen Ram- sey, Laura Bess Ramsey, Louise Reeves, Mildred Ricks, David Robbins, Hubert Rogers, Oweta Ross, Dorothy Seely, Iohn Sheppard, Betty Siek- man, Mary Smith, Reeta Smith, Dick Stead, Sarah Stowe, Polly Sweet, Iean Taylor, Erma Taylor, Mary Theobalt, Avo Vermillion, Edwina Watt, Ruth Nell Whitaker, Gayle Wilson, Elaine Witt, Billie Wolfe, Rosemary Wykes, lean Young. Kenneth Eason Gammadions First row: Bruner, Alexander, Balthrop, Hutchinson, Dunn, Pool, Belcher, Girouard, Hill, Barrow, Cook, Harmon S ' Tl b l B ' M ' ' ' ' ' ' erri .econd row: Curry, Ramsey, ieo at, Hall, ateman, Fielder, athis, Maxey, M. Miller, Mitchell, Smith, Chappell. M ll Third row: Nixon, Moore, Dickinson, Morgan, Gibbons, Ricks, Ross, Stead, Estes, Goode, Gibert, Eubanks, C. Brown Five free "Als" above a MB" average for seniors or three free 'gA's', for juniors is the requirement for membership in Kappa Delta Pi. Members of this national honorary society in education must be planning to enter the teaching profession. Speaker for the annual initiation banquet held December 18 in the Crystal Room of Marquis Hall was Bill Cooper. Flags and candles emphasized a military theme. Regular meetings of the club are held twice monthly. Fall semester officers were Floyd Davis, president, Iackye Bruner, vice-president, Inez Ray, corresponding secretary, Dorothy Pittman, re- cording secretaryg and Herman Crow, treasurer. One new spring officer was Ella Ruth Enloe, vice-president. A lisi' of the year's pledges for the club includes Polly Bulkeley, Edith Butler, Willie Mae Donnelly, Nona Ioyce Elkins, Geraldine Elliott, Ella Ruth Enloe, Ernest Ray Griliin, Iuanita Hayhurst, Iohn Wesley Karnes, Emma Lou Long, Ruby Luco, Billey Fred Newman, Dan Pea- cock, Mildred Quillin, Eleanore Rideout, Margaret Riley, Robert lean Rogers, Lena Faye Shawn, Cordell Smith, Hazel Mae Taylor, and Wil- ma Whigham. Ofber members are Georgene Adams, Iackye Bruner, Herman Crow, Floyd Davis, Frances Grammar, Wayne Hargrove, Princess Mar- tin, Marie Mitchell, Dorothy Pittman, Inez Ray, George Thompson, and lean Walsh. l-'loytl Davis Kappa Della Pi First row: Donnelly, Hargrove, Enloe. Pittman. Davis, Brown, Thompson, Bulkeley Second row: Griffin. Elliott, l.uco, Shawn. Butler, Marrs, Newman, Long, Riley, Smith, Mitchell. Quillin, Whigham Pegg ef af-f . W . ' ..s- -.hi , -it 1 . ,. It ' , rf' jx, av .,.,,., i . . V, .7 .f f if . -K, -K ' I Q if n tr 5 1 .tg ' r. . A , 5 45 R256 P 'i i l fi ' 4 1- I S4 323.2 -121 Q, .,,f'71T3,af gg. --s 251 ' ,,.. it C , ,fa 45" f'-s .Tm if gtztkgfz- . 1. - 'rw v'1w'fa5a'c :H we 1 2 . - .-f4gfafs..'ff f . me-1... -5-t--ns ...CQ-f.'.3 img. l V Sidney Hamilton Phi Delfa Kappa FRP: Men doing superior work in the field of education are eligible for membership in the North Texas Beta Beta chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, a national professional organization. Officers are Sidney Hamilton, president, Dan Anderson, vice-presi- dent, C. C. Williams, secretary-treasurer. The fraternity held several steak fries during the summer, and during the long session sponsored the appearances of four speakers on the campus. ln February, Phi Delta Kappa brought the noted author and lec- turer, David Cushman Coyle, to the campus to speak on "America After the War." In April it sponsored Dr. Alice Freeman, who spoke on "Clini- cal Approach to Guidancef, and in May, Frank Hogden lectured on "Community Approach to Guidance," and Dr. George Mecham dis- cussed "Teacher-Pupil Personality" under the clubis sponsorship. Pledges for the spring semester were Ioe Burks, Earl Connette, Homer Money, and George Thompson. Members include Sam B. Barton, Harold Brenholtz, Guy Earl Bush, William A. Cooper, Victor Y. Craig, Iudson S. Custer, Ralph T. Daniel, Iohn M. Faggard, Harold Farmer, Sidney Hamilton, L. D. Hogg, Bullock Hyder, Francis L. Iones, Iohn Lawhon, Henry A. Lynch, Robert L. Marquis, Ir., Robert Martin, Iames Carl Matthews, Manuel F. Meyer, George A. Odam, Henry G. Shands, Doyle Rogers Walker, Charles C. Williams, and William G. Woods. -.. 5 Q - E A f--q First row: Dougherty, Craig, Lynch, lones, Brenholtz, Huebner, Hamilton, Williams Second row: Lawhon, Daniel, Custer. Hogg, Marquis Pi Kappa Della is a national honorary forensic society. The Texas Eta chapter on the North Texas campus is made up of those students who have had at least one yearis debating experience in the intercollegiate tournaments. Acfivilies for the year included intercollegiate debate trips to Com- merce, Dallas, San Marcos, Waco, Iackson, Mississippi, Durant, Okla- homa, and Minneapolis, Minnesota. Honors lhaf members of the club brought home to the college this year included senior men's debate trophy and title of best individual debaters in both men and womenls divisions from Iackson, Mississippi, Sweepstakes trophy from Baylor, Sweepstakes trophy from Durant, Okla- homa, best individual debaters title from Abilene. Palriolic decoralions and theme were observed at the club's annual banquet held May 7 in Marquis Hall. Officers for the fall semester were Norman Bagwell, president, Henry Amlin, vice-president, Harold Ferguson, secretary. Spring officers were Henry Amlin, president, james Prothro, vice-president, Betty lane Timblin, provincial secretary. Members are Henry Amlin, Iames Prothro, and Betty lane Timblin. Spring pledges were C. W. Burnam, David Robbins, Maurice Iackson, Ruth Nell Whitaker, and Mary Frances Harris. llenry Amlin Pi Kappa Della Left In right: Iohnson, Timblin, Amlin, Prothro Wayne Hargrove Pi Omega Pi Business adminisirafion maiors with at least a HB" average in that depart- ment compose the membership of Pi Omega Pi. W. A. Larimer is faculty sponsor of the local chapter of the national professional organization. The inifiafion banquef was held December IO in Marquis Hall. Stunts and informal talks replaced a formal program. At the spring ini- tiation, held March 26 in Marquis Hall, iris, lilies, and candles were dec- orations. Speeches by student members and the sponsor made up the program. Off-fhe-campus speakers addressed regular meetings, held on the second Wednesdays of each month, of the club. Fall officers were presi- dent, Don McLeod, vice-president, Wayne Hargrove, secretary, Mary Io Stone, treasurer, Dorothy Harmon, reporter, Iames Townsend. Spring officers were president, Wayne Hargrove, vice-president, Edith Butler, secretary, Anna Mae Oliver, treasurer, Dorothy Harmon. Members are Ioe Ashby, Gladys Bates, Barbara Blythe, Horace Bot- kin, Kathryn Brown, Edith Butler, Imogene Carter, Richmond Cook, An- na Crout, Luvada Dickinson, Ella Ruth Enloe, Louise Evans, Fern Gann, Loren Griffin, Wayne Hargrove, Dorothy Harmon, Margaret Hayes, Al- fred Holston, Hilliard Huggins, Mary McDonald, Maifair Offutt, Anna Mae Oliver, Mary Frances Perry, Myra Io Preston, Lillie Reeves, Eleanore Rideout, Haggard Shepard, Flora Mae Tatum, Iames Townsend, Twalah Vaughan, Marguerite Westbrook, Billie White. Spring pledges were H. F. Cunningham, Calvin Cumbie, Verna Lee Dowlen, Sally Gettys, Patricia Howard, Anna Morgan, Helen Pol- lard, Louise Reeves, Ruby Fay Wells, and Eve Williamson. First row: Crout, Adams, Botkin, Reeves, Griffin, Brown, Perry, Hargrove, Gann Second row: Cook, Preston, linloe, Curry, Oliver, Wright, Shepard, Blythe, Butler, YVesthrook, Huggins One of fhe newesl' clubs on the campus, Alpha Phi Omega is an hon- I orary fraternity and service club for former boy scouts. Fraternity mem- bers of the organization serve the college by maintaining at all times during the day an information desk in the main hall of the Administra- tion Building. Visitors to the college find the Alpha Phi Omegas anxious to render service. Whenever +here's worlc to be done, ushers required, or guides needed, members of Alpha Phi Omega are ready to serve. Dr. B. B. Har- ris and Theron Fouts were speakers at a smoker held by the fraternity, February 16, at the council scout hut. Ofher social funcfions for the organization included a dance at the Mary Arden Lodge, March 20. A red, white, and blue color scheme was used to carry out the patriotic theme. Officers are A. B. Willeford, presidentg I. D. Lane, vice-president and secretary, Ray Taylor, treasurerg and Frank Spencer, historian. Spring pleclges were Kenneth Bishop, Calvin Cumbie, Robert Day, Iim Dennis, O. I. Dietz, William Fetterly, Bill Henderson, Leonard Krauss, Harold Little, Billy Ioe Smith, and Lloyd Taylor. Members of Alpha Phi Omega are Tommie Boorman, Gerald Bren- holtz, Dennis Feigenspan, I. D. Lane, Harold Larimer, George Massingill, Clark McPherson, Damon Wade Polk, David Reddin, Iack Scudder, Iohn Shepard, Ray Taylor, Page Whitmore, and A. B. Willeford. in ....,. I A. B. Villetord Alpha Phi Omega Visitors to the campus land these Alpha Phi Omegas eager to be of service. . Phi Mu Alpha Supreme councilman and presidenr of the Phi Mu Alpha fraternity for music majors is Manuel Meyer. Eldon Sonnenburg, vice-president, Paul Anderson, secretary, I. D. Carr, treasurer, and Richard Shafer, his- torian, were other fall semester officers. New spring officers were Ralph Daniel, vice-president, and Maurice Roth, historian. A dinner-dance, April 17, at the T. S. C. W. College Club, a ban- quet held October 20 in the Eagle Cafe, an informal Christmas dance, December 16, at the Womans Club, a vledsfe breakfast held at the Eagle .l 21 C3 Cafe, February 27, and the presentation of members in a recital, October 28, were hifrh s uots in the clubs list of activities. is l Spring pledges were Charles Brown, Douglas Campbell, Merl Cor- nelius, Cecil Casey, Kenneth Davis, Ralph Daniel, William Meeks, Car- ter Murphy, Thomas Hardy, and Elver Wahlberg. Oiher members are Paul Anderson. Dr. W. C. Bain, Guy Bush, I. D. Carr, Glen Cisco, Roger Cushman, Herbert Ellis, Frank Evans, Frank Gioviale, Iames Guiffre, Floyd Graham, Burnis Harris, W. Iohnson, Fred Kendall, Harry Kluber, Dr. R. L. Marquis, Ir., Charles Meeks, Edward K. Mellon, Manuel Meyer, Ed Meyers, O. V. McDonald, Iohn Mclntire, john McKinzie, Aubrey Reves, Robert Rogers, Maurice Roth, Eldon Sonnenburg, William Tanner, Charles Vick, Robert Voert- man, David Witt, and Mitchell Zablotny. row: Tanner, Sonnenlmrg, Daniel. iiioxiale, Meyer. Roth, Zablotny, Carr. lillis. Anderson c ond row: McKenzie. Reyes. Mellon. Meyer, Graham, iiuitlre. Cushman. Witt, Parshall. Hush, Custer. Harris, Meeks. Vick i Oufsfanding scholarship in English, an interest in creative writing, and a average in all subjects are required for membership in Sigma Tau Delta, national honorary fraternity for English majors. The enfire English 'faculfy were guests of the fraternity at its formal initiation banquet for the fall term, held November 28 in the Crystal Room at Marquis Hall. Dr. Arthur M. Sampley was speaker for the evening. Fall semesfer officers were Moxie Craus, president, Marie Mitchell, vice-president, Iean Tew, secretary-treasurerg and Iackye Bruner, his- torian. Betty Iane Timblin, secretary-treasurer, and Esterbell Messer, his- torian, were new spring semester ohficers. Spring pledges were initiated April 1 at a formal reception and ban- quet, held at the homes of Dr. Floyd Stovall and Dr. A. M. Sampley, faculty sponsors of the organization. New members were Ann Bryant, Hesper Crook, Willie Mae Donnelly, Iohnette Highsmith, Elza Merl Hutchinson, Catherine Knox, Ruth Loving, Elmora Messer, Gay Moore, Lynne Randall, Polly Sweet, Ruth Thomas, and Nana Maud Tilghman. The fra+erni+y colors, cardinal red and black, were used in decora- tions at the initiation banquet, and the motto, "Sincerity, Truth, Design," was emphasized in the program. Members are lean Tew Brumbaugh, Moxie Craus, Vernelle Grable, Princess Martin, Catherine McCarty, Esterbell Messer, Marie Mitchell, Robert Park, Iuanita Hayhurst Short, Betty Iane Timblin, NaDeane Walker, and Iean Walsh. Sigma Tau Della First row: Messer, Knox, Bryant, Tilghman, Loving, Highsmith, Randall, Walker, Moore, Thomas, Messer Second row: Sweet, Hutchinson, Donnelly, Craus. Mitchell, Park, Grable, Timblin, McCarty, Stovall, Sainplcy Katlmriue Evans Sigma Alpha lol'a Girls maioring in music are qualified to belong to Sigma Alpha Iota, professional sorority with national aliiliation. Members must have at least a HBH average in their major field. Headed by Katharine Evans, Sigma Alpha lota had as its other fall ofiicers Frances Hart, vice-president, Elaine Kuykendall, secretary, Luna Belle Beachum, treasurer, Bobby Campbell, chaplain, and Patricia Mon- arch, editor. Spring replacemenfs were Patricia Monarch, vice-president, Lena Faye Shawn, secretary, Sarah Ann Stowe, editor, and Mellmary Mc- Neely, sergeant-at-arms. Social funcfions included a musicale, honoring the music faculty, held November 7 in the Marquis Hall Crystal Room. L'Fun in Music" was the theme of the entertainment, and ice cream molded in musical shapes and notes was served. On Ianuary Io, an informal dance was given at the Mary Arden Lodge. A lisi of spring pledges included Ruth Atkinson, Frances Brad- ford, Ouida Clemons, Ora Mae Gamble, Mary lane Harrell, Theo Mitch- ell, Marian Moore, Iacqueline Ray, Ruby Rippy, Arline Smith, and Mary Ann Tollison. Members are Lucy Baicher, Luna Belle Beachum, Ierry Camp, Bob- bie Campbell, Velma Carter, Bobby Lea Cole, Ioy Eaton, Katharine Evans, Edna Pearl Gheen, lane Gibbons, Emma lean Glover, Frances Hart, Helen Havens, Eugenia Hughes, Dawn lsbill, lane McElroy, Mellmary McNeely, Patricia Monarch, LaVerne Monroe, Elaine Kuykendall, Cleo Patton, Eloise Parks, Lena Shawn, Effie Dot Sheppard, Sarah Ann Stowe, Hazel Mae Taylor, Helen Yule, and Mrs. W. C. Bain and Miss Mary Anderson, patroness members. First row: Glover, Monarch, Carter, Beachunl, QHICCH, McNeely Second row: Monroe, liaiclier, Parks, Hughes, Yule, Stowe, Gamble, Campbell Third row: Sheppard, Cole, Gibbons, Patton, Camp, Shawn, Taylor W Qww Aesculapians Inreresi' in the various fields of medicine is the only requirement for membership in the Aesculapians. Pre-med, pre-dental, pre-technician, and bacteriology students in the science department make up the pro- fessional club. Fall semester officers were resident' Frances Grammar' vice- Jresi- 7 3 dent, Dan Frenzelg secretary, Marie Shaw, and reporter, Iimmy McNeiss. Tom Gettys replaced Frenzel as vice-president for the spring semester. A picnic at Lake Dallas in April and a field trip to Terrell and Globe Laboratories, also in April, were spring social activities of the club. Faculry sponsors of the organization are Dr. L. O. Hayes, head of the college hospital staff, and L. P. Floyd of the chemistry department. T Members of the club for the year were Billie Adams, Sarah Frances Frances Grammar Brown, Iames Chapel, Ermintrude Dickinson, Iames Eidson, Betty Ev- erett, Dan Frenzel, Tom Gettys, Frances Grammar, Modena Hancock, Margaret Hudginson, David Iohn- son, Iune Loveless, William McClellan, Leland McCloud, Betty McCormick, Iimmy McNeiss, Lamar Mahon, Dan Peacock, Betty Reid, Alice Richeson, lack Robertson, Finis Robbins, Homer Roff. Edgar Schlueter, Lila Ann Self, Marie Louise Sh aw, Mildred Smith, Ioan Taylor, A. B. Willeford, Iohn Bob Young, Pat Trotter, David Reddin, and Dorothy Bruner. First row: Rofi, McCloud, Self, Grammar, Mahon, Everett Second row: Hutlginson, Robbins, Reid, Shaw, Smith, Dickinson, Taylor Third row: Schleutcr, Eiclson, McCormick, Recldin, Floyd, Gettys, Iohnson Bap'ris+ Siudeni Union Any Student who is a member of the Baptist Church or one of its organi- zations which includes young people in its membership is a member of the Baptist Student Union. The B. S. U. Council is composed of officers elected by vote of the student union. ln fop spoi' on the B. S. U. Council social calendar for the year was a banquet held May 2 in the Marquis Hall Crystal Room. Bob Denny, Baylor University student secretary, was the main speaker. A Valentine party held February I4 in the library auditorium was also a big event for Baptist students. A military pariy to welcome new members was held in September at the First Baptist Church, a breakfast at Thanksgiving in honor of for- eign students on the campus, a Youth Week in May, and a Spring Re- treat at Lake Dallas, May 25, completed the B. S. U. schedule of activities. Speaker on the campus during Mission Emphasis Week was Edgar Hallock, student secretary-elect for Brazil. Mary Nance Daniel, South- Charles Hooper wide Baptist student secretary, held a clinic for new B. S. U. oHicers March 29 to 31. Officers of the B. S. U. Council are Charles Hooper, president, Dorothy Hall and George Thompson, enlistment vice-presidents, Eloise Parks, social vice-president, Ellen Hopkins, devotional vice-president, Mar- tha Moore, secretary, and Emmilou Collins, treasurer. Other Council members are Clementina Parker, Ra- nel Robertson, Aubrey Reves, Ray Hudspeth, Bill Sprinkle, Laura Leigh Weir, Goldie Gray, Fred Lawson, Cader Shelby, Iunior Winder, Marcella Iohnson, Von Dee Webb, Marguerite Westbrook, Eddie Scarbrough, Mary Price, and Vernon Morrill. l First row: Moore, Gray, VVebb, Scarbrough, Cox, Parker, Weir, Iohnson, Collins, Parks Second row: Robertson, Hudspeth, Scott, Sprinkle, Lawson, Morrill, Weedon, Thompson, Reves, Hooper, Floyd Camera Club The Camera Club is composed of students interested in photography and those enrolled in photography courses. Meetings have featured lec- tures on different aspects of picture taking and developing. Speakers to the club during the year were Max Plake, C. E. Car- ruth, Charles Dameron, and Dr. I. I. Spurlock. L. L. Miller, sponsor, hon- ored members with an informal party at his home at the beginning of the fall semester. During the spring semester, the Camera Club sponsored its annual photography contest, this year for salon prints. Fall semesfer officers were Charles Miller, president, and Ruth Shackelford, vice-president. Bill Martin was spring semester president, and other new officers were Iohnny Herring, secretary, and Elmer Gist, fs reporter. Members are Billy Adams, Oneta Ashley Anderson, Lucile Ayres, Clarence Bivens, Ann Brown, Floreine Brown, Dale Bryant, Har- old Burditt, Bill Burkett, Charles Robert Bush, lane Carroll, Frances Cook, Charles Dameron, Charlie Lee Elliott, Georgia Nell Elliott, Bill Gipson, Elmer Gist, Obinelle Gra- ham, Wanda Harris, Iohnny Herring, Margaret Anne Holcomb, David Iohnson, Bonnie King, Clark Mc- Pherson, V. G. Marshall, Bill Martin, George Massingill, Anna Io Maxey, Charles Miller, Billiejo More- lock, Virginia Pharr, Hershel Prindle, Fritz Robertson, Iack Scudder, Ruth Shackelford, lohn Shepard, Marguerite Shields, Alma Frances Shrader, Edward Smith, L. P. Stephens, Lois Taylor, Doris Weatherby, Herbert Vfheeler, Lawrence Wheeler, Eva Williamson, Ila Bee Womack, Bert Woodruff, Harry Wylie. A Bill Marlin z I .4 4. pn 4 First row: Weatherby, King, Elliott, Morelock, Wheeler, Shackelford, Holcomb, Graham, Harris, Ayres Second row: Iohnson, Prindle, Woodruff, Gist, Bivens, Martin, Herring, Bush, Wylie, Miller E. D. Criclclle Hislorical Sociely Hisfory majors and minors who have completed at least twelve hours of history in the college with a MBU average are eligible for membership in the E. D. Criddle Historical Society. A Christmas parl'y for the society was held at the home of Mrs. E. D. Criddle, December 9, and the annual spring picnic was held dur- ing the spring semester. This club, with the W. N. Masters Chemical Society, is one of the oldest organizations on the campus. It is sponsored by Mrs. E. D. Criddle, the widow of its founder. A lisl' of spring pledges includes Alice Belle Rice, Marjorie Davis, Sally Gettys, Lee Etta McAdams, and Louise Brogoitti. Fall semes+er officers were Henry Lynch, president, Nell Row- an, vice-president, Billey Fred Newman, secretary-treasurer. Ray Griffin was vice-president for the spring semester. llfnfy Lynch Sfudenl' members of the E. D. Criddle Historical Society are Georgene Adams, Billy Ioy Austin, Louise Brogoitti, Polly Bulkeley, Billy Ruth Davis, Marjorie Davis, I. A. Debenham, Olive Dorsey, Nona Ioyce Elkins, Sally Gettys, Ray Grifhn, Mozelle Iordan, Travis Lattner, Ruby Luco, Ben Luttrell, Henry Lynch, Lee Etta McAdams, Billey Fred Newman, Mernice Newton, Charles Onstead, Alice Belle Rice, Dolly Rives, Nell Rowan, Cordell Smith, Harold Vail. Mrs. L. W. Newton also belongs to the Society. Faculfy members of the club are Dr. L. W. Newton, Dr. I. L. Kingsbury, Dr. Anna Powell, Dr. C. A. Bridges, Miss Cora Wilson, Mrs. E. D. Criddle. First row: Rice, Bridges, Newman, Davis. Austin. Bullieley Second row: Dorsey, Gcttys, Criddle, Powell, XVilson, Newton Third row: Onstead, Vail, Smith, Newton, Griffin, Lynch, Luco, McAdams, Brogoitti College Players ty, the club is headed by Howard Campbell, president. president, Elizabeth Irby Connell, secretary, and Buford Ingram, reporter. Vice-president for the spring semester was Charlene Lindsey. row, Velma Rae Bateman, Lavelle Beene, Lambert Bemelmans, Ben Black- mon, Rena Brown, Charles Bush, Glynn Butterfield, Mary Frances Camp, Howard Campbell, Charles Chawning, Hal Clarke, Frances Coates, Eliza- beth Connell, Theresa Corcoran, Pat Crenshaw, Iudy Crowley, Helen Cunningham, Robert Duckworth, Clarence Easter, Clarabelle Everett, Pat Evers, Herman Fehl, Emma Lou Fleming, Noel Francis, Mary Gould, Dorothy Harris, Margaret Harvey, Betty Iune Hickey, Olive Hull, Buford Ingram, Sunny Iackson, Doris Ienkins, Tom Iones, Fritz Kimbrell, Harry Kluber, Eloise Lane, Wanda Liles, Charlene Lindsey, Iohn Massey, Bill Meads, Barney Miller, Marion Mil- ler, Iudd Mitchell, Gay Moore, Fredna Murdoch, Naomi Murdock, Iackie McKay, Mary D. McReynolds, Billie Newton, T. R. O'Dell, Sammye Porterfield, Loey Proctor, Lynne Randall, Bill Ritchie, Margaret Ri- ley, Freddie Roberson, lack Robertson, George Roever, Sherman Rosenfield, Helen Russell, Billie Io Shrum, Roslyn Singletary, Ed Smith, Wayne Stanford, Ann Steagall, Michael Taylor, lean Tew Brumbaugh, Earl Tyson, Betty Ann Vanhoove, Iune Walker, Elnora Westmoreland, Miriam White, Lawrence Wheeler, Edith Wimberley, Bill Wood. Mrs. Myrtle Hardy ?,,,,,,,,..,...,,,..,,....a..,.,, First row: Wheeler, Kluber, Vanhoovc, Lindsey, Rosenfield, Corcoran, Irby, Iackson Second row: Allen, Campbell, Cunningham, Harris, Hardy, Richie, Murdoch, Wood, Gould Third row: Barrow, Westmoreland, Porterfield, Robertson "George Washingfon Slepl Here" was the College Players, major pro- duction for the year. An association of dramatics students chosen for abili- Other officers for the fall semester were Robert Duckworth, vice- Members of +l1e club are Mynell Allen, Marie Austin, Frank Bar- College Players Taking roles in lhe play, uGeorge Washington Slept Here," were College Players Rena Brown as Annabelle Fuller, Fritz Kimbrell as New- ton Fuller, Iackie McKay as Madge Fuller, Buford Ingram as Uncle Stan- ley, Barney Miller as Raymond, the Fullers' nephew, Tom Iones as Steve Eldridge, Michael Taylor as Clayton Evans, Robert Duckworth as Tom- my Hughes, Charlene Lindsey as Katye, Mynell Allen as Rena Leslie, Bill Ritchie as Mr. Kimber, Freddie Roberson as Mrs. Douglas, Frances Coates as Hester, Fredna Murdoch as Sue Barrington, Charles E. Smith as Legette Frazer, Velma Rae Bateman as Miss Wilcox, and Clarence Easter as Mr. Prescott. Presented as a number on the Fine Arts series, the play was di- rected by Mrs. Myrtle Hardy, sponsor of the College Players and a mem- ber of the speech department faculty. Burns Mantle has rated "George Washington Slept Here" one of the ten best plays of the years 1940-41. Howard Campbell J ,W .. get Casf in l'l1e spring production, "Night Must Fallf, a British play by Emlyn Williams, were Frank Barrow as Danny, Elizabeth Connell as Mrs. Bramson, Sammye Porterfield as Olivia, Henrica Martens as I 1 f Mrs. Terence, Charlene Lindsey as Nurse Libby, Elnora Westmoreland as Dora, Howardgampbell as In- W! spector Belsize, and Bill Wood as Hubert Laurie. Sets were by Clay Newton. Charlene Lindsey was in charge of costumes and set decorations, Rena Brown was in charge of properties, and Eloise Lane had charge of sound effects. This play, which ran in Lon- don and in New York for a long time and then was made into a movie, is a psychological study of murder. It l was presented here May 7 and 8. l First row: Shrum, Cunningham, Austin, McKay, Ienkins Second row: Steagall, Beene, Rush, Harvey, Proctor, Bateman, Hull, Blackmon, Bemelmans Third row: Brown, Meads, Murdock, Massey, Everett, Martens Senior Currem' Li'rera+ure Club One of fhe oldesi' women's social clubs on the campus is the Senior Current Literature Club. Iunior standing and a passing average in all subjects are the only requirements for membership. A pledge 'lea held October I7 at the Mary Arden Lodge and a formal dance held April I7 at the Lodge were two of the outstanding formal social functions during the year. Orchids and white flowers and Y n 1 . l candles carried out the club colors in the decorations. A Chrisfmas parfy entertained members of the Senior C. L. C., December 15, at the home of the club sponsor, Miss Anna Alford. During Religious Conference Week the club sponsored Ioe Brown Love as a campus speaker. Spring pledges were Ruth Gage, Louise Shaw, Evelyn Reynolds, Ray Morrison, Althea Lyles, and Ruth Talley. ima- Mai-ic Rienzi Officers for the fall semester were Rose Marie Rienzi, president, Dorothy Reed, vice-president, Ia- cinto Williams, secretary, Mary Alice Ballow, mistress of the yearbook, Ruth Matthews, treasurer, Lila Bratcher, reporter. Spring olhcers were Angelina Meredith, treasurer, Mary Lee Kemp, reporter, and other officers the same as for the fall semester. First row: Quillin, Shaw, Morrison, Shackelford, Ricnzi, Kemp, Ballow, XValton, Ielarlin Second row: Hynds, Reeves, Champion, Odle, Talley 'lihird row: Padon. Green, Adams, Brogoitti, Riddle Fourth row: Alford, Teens, Reynolds, Rideout, Ienson, Buck Senior Currenl' Li'rera'rure Club Members are Dora Katherine Adams, Billie lean Atkins, Margie Arnold, Mary Alice Ballow, Sadie Bingford, Louise Bingham, Lila Bratch- er, Louise Brogoitti, Dorothy Bush, Ieanne Carter, Adeline Champion, LaRue Conner, Lorena Cowsar, Lou Nell Craver, Rena Dickenson, Willie Mae Donnelly, Anna Mae Duke, Helen Dunlap, Ierry Elliott, Ella Ruth Enloe, Minnie Faye Enloe, Clara Belle Everett, Mildred Fowler, Ruth Gage, Maxine Gallagher, Margaret Hadsell, Eloise Hal- ford, Gene Hanst, Viola Harben, Dorothy Harvard, Zelle Harton, Kathe- rine Hoyle, Lavinia Hynds, Loretta Ienson, Mildred Iohnson, Imogene Iones, Helen lack Keen, Mary Lee Kemp, Oma Dell Kusch, Aleatha Liles, Monette Ludwick, Alpha Nell Lyon, Clara Martin, Henrica Martens, Beth Mathews, Elizabeth Meachum, Angelina Meredith, Ester- bell Messer, Doris Marquis, Ray Morrison, Thelma Odle, Helen Padon, Alice Patton, Lennie Parish, Doris Platt, Mildred Quillin, Dorothy Reed, Lillie Reeves, Evelyn Reynolds, Marjorie Riddle, Eleanore Rideout, Nell Rowan, Ruth Russell, Louise Self, Ruth Shackelford, Louise Shaw, Evelyn Shirley, Ethelyn Schmidt, Frances Slaton, lane Smith, Virginia Stevens Ruth Talley Nora Tilgh man, Myronell Tindel, Dovie Ann Travis, Betty Turner, Twalah Vaughan Virginia Vaught Maxine Wal ton, Billie Ruth White, Wilma White, Celeste Whiteside, Iacinto Williams Ila Bee Womack First row: Enloe, Messer, Alford, Ludwick, Everett, Russell, Gage, Liles, Ma t Second row: Elliot, Donnelly, Iones, Dickenson, Reed, Womack Third row: Schmidt, Carter, Meredith, Self, Mingus, Harvard, Williams Junior Currenl' Li'rera+ure Club Officers of the Iunior Current Literature Club are Kathleen Harring- ton, president, Billie Wolfe, vice-president, lean Young, secretary, Anne Everette, treasurer, Mary Helen Goode, mistress of the yearbook, and Ruby Minton, reporter. Spring pledges were Margueritte Bird, Lorena Black, Nellie Cand- ler, Kay Collins, Dixie Coston, Lillian Cross, Inez Duvall, Bobbie Folley, Ray Fry, Virginia Goode, Virginia Gordon, Billie Grable, Thelma Gra- ham, Mary Hall, Barbara Harrington, Virginia Hartman, Neva Hayes, Dorothy Holbert, Iuanita Iones, Hearthal King, Ruth King, Mehuna Knox, Winnie Landes, Alyne Lowe, Mildred Lowry, Robbie Lumsden, Margaret McClintock, Lula Belle Morris, Margie Munden, Maxine Per- due, Ioyce Phillips, Annelle Poston, Bonnie Riley, Chloe Staleup, Billye Sawyers, Frances Taafe, Claire Thigpen, Annie Thomas, Lois Watkins, Kathleen Harrington and Rosemary Wykes. Other members are Myrtle Alcorn, Ruth Arvin, Maxine Belcher, lane Balew, Opal Blanton, Mar- jorie Brooks, Norene Cook, Pearl Cox, Elverna Criswell, Dorothy Drain, Maxie Drain, Mildred Drain, Winona Doan, Anne Everette, Zelma Furgason, Ruth Gage, Elizabeth Goode, Mary H. Goode, Ionnah Gordy, Faye Graham, Betty Harden, Kathleen Harrington, Estelle Heifner, Eugenia Iackson, Iosephine Iohn- ston, Kathleen Lowe, Erna McDonald, Sarah Mcllvain, Wanda McMurry, Elmora Messer, Ruby Minton, Margaret Morris, Iulia Mudd, Melba Pace, Leta Petty, Marie Rather, Evelyn Reynolds, Kitty Smith, Ruth Talley, Elva Thomas, Birdie Tunnell, Dorothy Venable, Iune Walker, Gertrude Watson, LaVerne Whar- ton, Billie Wolfe, Alma Wood, lean Young. First row: Alcorn, Maxie Drain, Balew, M. Goode, Arvin, Brooks, Gage. K. Harrington, Wolfe, Gordy, Young Second row: Alford, Morris, W'ebb, Mcllvain, Riley, Pace, Mudd, Smith, Petty, Thomas, Minton, Iackson, Talley Third row: Poston, M. Drain, Perdue, Saxvyers, Taafe, Hall. Wharton, Grahle Fourth row: King, Messer, VVatkins, Crisswell, D. Drain, Iones, YVykes Dallas Club The Dallas Club was organized in the fall, 1941, for the benelit of Dallas students on the campus. Officers are Rosanne Syron, president, Hugh Cal- houn, vice-president, Anne Calhoun, secretary, Dorothy Prock, treasurer, Valarie Barlow, reporter. Members are Valarie Barlow, Lambert Bemelmans, Betty Berry, Al Boatman, Theresa Byrd, Anne Calhoun, Hugh Calhoun, Iean Carlson, Ann Chamberlain, Raymond Christal, Gene Clark, T. Collette, Marga- ret Iane Dill, Mary Dinwiddie, Katherine Embree, Marcia Erickson, Hel- en Finnell, Aloha Lee Frame, Marilyn Freeland, Mildred Green, Dick Hill, Evelyn Hooker, Ray Hudspeth, Billie Nell Hughes. Edna Hunter, Lucile Iamison, Mary Iohnston, Tom Iones, Dorothy Lewis, Charlene Lindsey, Billie Lyles, Helen Manner, Henrietta Mat- thews, Margaret McAdams, Bettye McClatchy, Betty Mercer, Ieanette Middleton, Sherry Milholland, Marion Miller, Fredna Murdoch, Billey C ' Fred Newman, Kay Oatis, Bettye Rhea Ortmeyer, Edna Pearson, Doris Rosanne Swim Peavy, Sidney Peveto, Alvin Pierson, Sammye Porterfield, Dorothy Prock, Margie Read, Margaret Riley, Car- ter Roberson, Sammy Rude, Rose Marie Schiflke, Marilyn Schultz, Billy Simmons, Billy Ioe Smith, Rosalie Smith, Marian Spangler, Iosephine Steger, Rosanne Syron, Iean Thomas, Lorraine Tyner, Nancelie Utt, Ed Watkins, Melba Wilcoxen, and Ray Womack. Social acl'ivi+ies for the year included dancing at the Plantation Club in Dallas at Thanksgiving, an open house and Christmas party at Rosanne Syron's home, December 26, a "Dutch Treatn luncheon in the Mural Room of the Baker Hotel, Ianuary 3, and an Easter party at the home of the club sponsor, Mrs. Beu- lah Mayo. l First row: Mayo, Mayo, Iamison, Embree, Thomas, A. Calhoun, Milholland, Proek, Tyner Second row: Smith, H. Calhoun, Oatis, Pearson, Byrd, Peveto, Schiilke, Matthews, Johnston, Abernathy, Spangler, Green, Middleton, Miller, Syron Elemenrary Council The Rufus Rose Marionelfes' appearance on the campus this year was sponsored by the Elementary Council. A Christmas hour, held December 9 at Miss Nellie GriHith's home, with candles and holly as decorations, was also on the clubis calendar of social events. Fall semesler officers were Emma Lou Long, president, Elizabeth Irby, vice-president, Minnie Faye Enloe, secretary, and Grady Melton, treasurer. Betty Iune Turner, secretary, and L. D. Hogg, treasurer, were new spring oiiicers. Elemenlary Council members are Dora Katherine Adams, Iettye Ballenger, Eleanor Io Barrow, Lorraine Barton, Betty Bell, Lucille Boyd, Floreine Brown, Dorothy Bush, Lila Ann Butner, Anna Mae Calhoun, Nellie Bea Candler, Maxine Coleman, LaVerne Davis, Marjorie Davis, Mary Peggy Dinwiddie, Dorothy Drain, Maxine Drain, Mildred Drain, li 111'11 21 LOU Lfma Kathryn Dunning, Minnie Faye Enloe, Mildred Fowler, Adeline Green, Lou Harrell, Dorothy Harvard, Estelle Heifner, Tommye Hill, L. D. Hogg, Martha Holt, Helen Howison, Bobbye Hunter, Elizabeth Irby, Doris Irvin, Gwen Iohnson, China Kelly, Hazel Kuhn, Emma Lou Long, Ianie Lorenzen, Monette Ludwick, La Verne Mayo, Annie McClenny, Frances McGibboney, Grady Mel- ton, Dolores Michael, Marilyn Moody, Florence Moncrief, Lois Monk, Elaine Moore, Ieanne Mayer, Bessie Munday, Billie Murphy, Sara Neal, Thelma Gdle, Helen Padon, Lennie Parish, Alice Bell Rice, Emma Rob- inson, Helen Russell, Billie Sanders, Billie Sawyers, Evelyn Shinn, Peggy Spearman, Sue Stubbs, Betty Tur- ner, Rowena Thornton, Dorothy Venable, Constance Waggoner, Irma Wankan, Thelma Willis, Ann Win- stle, Ila Bee Womack, Velma Wynn, Iacinto Williams, and Iean Young. I ,,.,,, isis s s Members of the Elementary Council pose for Y'11c-ru pictures in the Library Auditorium. V 3' 'L Z .X 9 -4 A1 I' i L X. ? N, h N 3 House Presiden+s' Club Made up of a president and counselor from each girl's house, dormito- ry, and hall on the campus, the House Presidents' Club is presided over by Evelyn Dunn. Other ollicers are Peggy Lorenzen, first vice-president, Dawn Isbill, second vice-president, Alice Belle Rice, secretary, Fannie Fae Porter, treasurer, and Iackye Bruner, reporter. Members of the House Presidents' Club not in the Yucca picture are Martha Allen, Iohnnie Abbott, Doris Mae Allred, Sammie Boswell, Mar- garet Ann Brooke, Iackye Bruner, Anne Calhoun, Ieanne Carter, Doris Nell Cate, Mildred Cliisum, Dorothy Churchwell, Barbara Cooper, Al- lyne Couch, Iackie Cruce, Anna Marie Cumbie, Luvada Dickinson, Fran- ces Dockery, Madie Eads, Yvette Eubanks, Clara Belle Everett, Tomme Foreman, Ruth Foster, Margaret Glover, Geraldine Goodman, Arlene Halamicek, Eloise Halford, Betty Harden, Martha Harmon, Virginia Henry, Tommye Hill, Zelle Harton, Dorothy Howard, Bobby Hunter, y Elza Hutchinson, Lavinia Hynds, Doris lrvin, Iuanita Iames, Shirley lmlln D llll H Iohnston, Sally Kingsley, Catherine Knox, Oma Dell Krusch, Bonnie Ioe Langford, Rose Anna Lewis, Wan- da Liles, Iune Loveless, Eloise Lowry, Ruby Luco, Alpha Lyon, Helen Manner, Beth Mathews, Gay Moore, LaVoyce Nevil, Ioyce Proctor, Willene Reast, Dorothy Reed, Marguerite Reed, Virginia Reedy, Dorothy Rueter, Frances Slaton, Annie Stallcup, limmye Street, Bettye Taylor, Eugenia Thomas, Helen Tschoepe, Wanda Vernon, Miriam Wade, Iune Walker, Lawrence Wheeler, Wilma VVhite, Martha Io Wilson, Billie Wolfe, Alma Wood, Thelma Io Wylie. First row: Rueter, Thompson, Stallings, Eubanks, Maxey, Haygood, Harmon, MeMurry, Lorenzen, Rice, WVamble, Parks, Hutchinson, Eads Second row: Reast, Mitchell, Isbill, Harden, Thomas, Everett, Clark, Dunn, Rivoire, DuVall, Grimes, Taylor Third row: Martens, Calhoun, Kyle, Bratcher. Cooper, Howard, McGlammery, Thigpen, Luco, Labat, Golfe Fourth row: Michael, Dickinson, Foster, Porter, Gallagher, Horton, Morris, Wykes, Taylor, Shinn, Franklin, Wood, Honeycutt, Connor Ellen H. Richards Home economics maiors compose the membership of Ellen H. Rich- ards Club. Fall officers of the club were Lerabeth Rice, president, Vivienne Kearby, vice-president, Mary Lee Cooper, secretary-treasurer, Iean Iagoe, ,,,..a program chairman, and Virginia Paxton, representative. Virginia Maul- din was vice-president for the spring semester. Members of fhe club are Audra Abston, Doris Allred, Billie lean Atkins, Iohnnie Abbott, Rebecca Barham, Frances Back, Ruth Bardin, Earline Beechum, lane Belew, Evelyn Benge, Lorena Black, Marjarette Blake, Melba Breedlove, Iuanita Browder, Lanice Bryant, Nadyne Bussey, Imogene Buttrill, Betty Blankenship, Mary Faye Beskow, Mary Ann Cal- vert, Ann Chamberlain, Emma Lou Collins, Norene Cook, Mary Con- Lmbcth Rm ner, Mary Lee Cooper, Barbara Corbin, Bobbie Cross, Lillian Cross, Lor- ena Cowsar, Matilda Cummings, Polly Cummings, Helen Craig, Dorothy Cooke, Doris Dillehay, Dorris Dudley, Anna Mae Duke, Rena Dickenson, Emma Lena Early, Dorothy Eakle, Georgia Nell Elliott, Charlie Nell Elliot, Evelyn Elston, Mildred Embry, Doris Nell Ewing, Esther Fink- ner, Helen Ford, Dorothy Fouts, Virginia French, Lillian Foster, Gracie Frysinger, Craig Gammon, Marian Gilbert, Virginia Gordon, Marian Gouch, Billie Iohn Grable, Faye Graham, Goldie Gray, Mary Helen Gamble, Mary Nell Harbin, Barbara Harrington, Hilda Haynes, Mildred Hills, Ioyce Gene Holt, Violet Holland, Billie Hopper, Martha Hopkins, Ruth Howard, Rhuie Hutchinson, Modelle Higginbotham, First row: Duke, Windham, Hutchins, Mauldin, Rice, Cooper, Iagoe, Thomas, Bardin, Solomon, Buttrill, Graham, Cummings, Lindsey Second row: Wolfe, Foster, Barham, Lewis, Seals, Ross, Iones, Browder, Russell, Roden, Morris, Harrington, Ewing, Cummings Beechum Third row: Weatherby, Norvcll, Gilbert, Miller, Ridinger, Reed, Karnes, Moore, Collins, Odam, Dillehay Black, Holland, Wylie, Shelton, Bussey Ellen H. Richards Ora Lee Holt, Iean Iagoe, Shirley Iohnston, Marjorie Iohnson, Imo- gene Iones, Vivienne Kearby, Colene Kennedy, Hearthal King, Alwilda Karnes, Lois Lusby, Frances Levisay, Loretta Lewis, Charlene Lindsey, Lillian Longmire, Peggy Lorenzen, Ejane Lovell, Billie Lyles, Billie Map- les, Agnes Moss, Virginia Mauldin, Dorothy Mayfield, Ann McCroW, Ruby McFall, Mary Miller, Neva Mills, Martha Moore, Mary Io Morris, Helen Mullins, Doris Mingus, Iuanita Money, Eloise Odam, Marie Oat- man, Betty Rhea Ortmeyer, Clementina Parker, Mildred Patterson, Ruth Peterson, Iimmie Lee Povvell, Harriet Pruitt, Emaheth Pittman, Cleo Perry, Virginia Paxton, Betty lane Race, Mozelle Reast, Margette Ralston, Pearl Raymond, Dorothy Reed, Mildred Ricks, Leraheth Rice, Lucille Ridinger, Rose Marie Rienzi, Dorothy Roden, Oweta Ross, Edith Ross, Betty Russell, Eddie Mae Scarbrough, Christine Shavvver, Betty Siekman, i Mary Lee Cooper Rosemary Simpson, Lois Ellen Stell, Mary F. Solomon, Marjorie Stewart, Thelma Svveeney, Arline Shelton, Elizabeth Thomas, Malolyn Tucker, Evelyn Turlington, Wanda Vernon, Maxine Walton, Doris Weatherby, Leota White, Wilma Whigham, Daisy Williams, Mattie Lee Windham, Billie Wolfe, Martha Woodard, Thelma Io Wylie, Emma Lee Wylie, Dorothy Faye Wells, Elaine Witt, Lil- lian Young, and Winona Marvall. First row: Whigham, McCroy, Hopkins, King, Levisay, Rienzi, D. Cook, Hooper, Thompson, Chamberlain, Bryant, Witt, Longmire Second row: Dodson, Shawver, Cross, Turlington, Blake, Gray, Mills, Elston, Race, Perry, Iohnson, Rayni ond, N. Cook, Sowell Third row: Johnston, Mingus, Holt, Peterson, Parker, Allred, Craig. Fouts, Stell, Frysinger, McFall, Ross, Breedlove, Abston Green Jackels Fall semester officers of the Green Iackets, a campus service club, were Emabeth Pittman, president, Mary Theobalt, vice-president, Vivienne Kearby, secretary-treasurer, Sue Mathis, corresponding secretary, and Bubblie McDaniel, reporter. Angelina Meredith, secretary-treasurer, and Marian Gooch, reporter, were new spring officers. Mary Ellen Shorter was rush captain for the year. ' Green Jackel spring pledges were Dora Katherine Adams, Ear- line Ard, Billie lean Atkins, Matilda Cummings, Ruth Firebaugh, Maysel Fuller, Marian Gilbert, Hilda Haynes, Ruth Heiser, Betty Iune Hickey, Helen Hickman, Imogene Iones, Natalie Moore, Lula Belle Morris, Lou- ise Murphy, Dorothy Murrell, Gloria Beth Nixon, Lurline Olson, Ouida Owens, Helen Pollard, Betty Reedy, Marjorie Riddle, Betty Rodriguez, Kitty Smith, Annie Stallcup, Constance Teague, Doris Timmons, Betty . Iune Turner, and Margy Io Webb. Emabeth Pittman Members of +l1e club are Hazel Adkins, Mary Alice Ballew, Iackye Bruner, Mary Ann Cooper, Mary Lee Cooper, Mary Copeland, Hesper Crook, Frances Davison, Maryvonne de Kinsky, Helen Denman, Dorris Dudley, Evelyn Dunn, Ruth Elder, Betty Gale, Mary Margaret Gibbons, Marian Gooch, Catherine Greever, Dorothy Harmon, Helen Hodges, Ema Io Holland, Vivienne Kearby, Emma Lou Long, Iune Love- less, Billie Maples, Sue Mathis, Margaret Melton, Angelina Meredith, Gloria Mitchell, Bubblie McDaniel, Mary D. McReynolds, Mary Lou Price, Emabeth Pittman, Edith Ross, Ruth Russell, Dorothy Smith, Theo Story, Mary Theobalt, Louise Self, Lois Ellen Stell, Mary Ellen Shorter, Mary Io Stone, lean Tew Brum- baugh, and Catherine Trimble. First row: Meredith, cle Kinsky, Harmon, Dudley, Story, Stell, Ballow, Maples, Cooper, Iones, Harris Second row: Melton, Crook, Loveless, Long, Tirk, Cooper, Shorter, Dunn, Harmon, Price, Holland Third row: Pittman, Bruner, Mathis, Russell, Cummings, Davison, McDaniel, Theobalt, Kearby, Gooch, Gale Green Jaclters Sponsor of the Green Iacket organization is Miss Beulah Harriss of the physical education department. Members of the club wear the tra- ditional green jacket, white dress, green cap, White shoes that has been the costume for the group since its organization on the Teachers College campus. One of 'rhe chief cluries of the Green Iackets is to act as a cheer- ing squad at all Eagle football and basketball games. The group accompa- 4..,,,l-its nies the team on some of its off-the-campus games, and is present at all home games. The Green Iackets march with the Eagle playing band at games and on other occasions. Xxx A+ college assemblies members of the Green Iackets often act as ii ushers, and the club has in the past been active in holding campus-Wide ll j elections, vote counting, etc. 4 Mary Katharine Thcobalt A 'formal banquet held March 20 in the Eagle Cafe was one of the main social functions of the club for the year. The banquet room was decorated as a 'STop Hati' night club, and the colors of green and White predominated in the decorations. Spring pledges were hostesses and presented a program. On November I5 a Homecoming tea was held in the Mary Arden Lodge. This function honored all former members of the Green Iackets. Spring semester rushees were honored with a picnic in the Recreation Park February 21. Interest runs high at Green Iacket formal banquet at Southern Hotel as pledges entertain. lniernaiional Relaiions Club Charles Wells Two of 'lhe ou+s+ancling off-the-campus speakers of the year were spon- sored by the International Relations Club. Ian Valtin, author of "Out of the Night," and Maurice Hindus, author and authority on Russian affairs, both spoke here under I. R. C. sponsorship. The l. R. C. Naiional Conference was held jointly on the N. T. and T. S. C. W. campuses March 6 and 7. Dr. Ben Cherrington of the Uni- versity of Denver and Dr. I-Iarold Conrad, University of Ottawa, Kansas, were conference speakers. Sponsors of the club were Dr. Ioe M. Ray, formerly of the gov- ernment department, fall semester, and Dr. E. S. Clifton of the English faculty, spring semester. Officers were Charlie Wells, president, Charles Onstead, vice-president, Milton Garner, secretary, Sis Swaim, reporter. Maiors and minors in any social science are eligible for member- ship. No pledgeship period is observed. The North Texas club is a member of the Southwestern Internation- al Relations Clubs. A picnic ai' Lake Dallas was held for members on April 16. The T. S. C. VV. club also participated. Members of the T. C. club are Ben Blackmon, Theresa Boyd, W. A. Duggan, Milton P. Garner, Sally Ruth Gettys, Loren Griffin, Natalie Guyton, Mary Frances Harris, Travis Lattner, Lee Etta McAdams, Iohn McMillan, Mildred McGlamery, Billy Nunn, Charles Onstead, Frances Pierce, Wynnell Pierson, Leta Belle Sparks, Cordell Smith, Emsy Swaim, Charles Wells, David Williams, and Tom Wren. l i First row: Swaim, McAdams, Duggan, McMillan, Willcford, Wells - . -. N - y y- A Second row: Onstead, Mcblaniery, Pierson, Sparks, buyton, Cettys, Smith, Peveto, Nunn, Read, Williams lnduslrial Arls Club A dinner-dance held May 8 in the Woman's Club at T. S. C. W. was one of the big social events on the calendar of the Industrial Arts Club. The ballroom was decorated in the club's colors of blue and gold, and blue and yellow llowers were used. Two informal dances were held for members in the Recreation Building. The first was held December 4, and the second, a barn dance, was held on Ianuary 15. Hay and farm equipment transformed the build- ing into a realistic barn: boys wore overalls, and their dates wore aprons. Spring pledges were E. L. Douglas, C. L. Carr, Foster Looney, William Lyde, Tom Mcllvain, Harold Palmour, Harvey Patterson, Bry- ant Pippin, Leon Richardson, and Wayne Taylor. Officers 'For flue fall semesler were Iohnny Karnes, president, Frank Nelson, vice-president, Marvin Thompson, secretary and treasurer, . sr- I' f is kl V Ray Burns, reporter, and Homer Money, sergeant-at-arms. Sterling Bunk- if mi' un ei ley, president, Buster Iacobs, vice-president, A. L. Musick, secretary and treasurer, Iulian Dawson, reporter, and Phil Wright and Garvin Mugg, sergeants-at-arms, served for the spring semester. Members are Gerald Brenholtz, Ben Brooks, Sterling Bunkley, Ray Burns, Bob Cheatham, lulian Dawson, Ralph Dickson, Dave Duncan, Charles Fanning, Sam Gantt, L. M. Graham, Paul Graves, Buster Iacobs, Iohn Linn, Edwin McCreary, Iimmy Miller, Lynn Morris,iCharles MizellsXGarvin Mugg, A. L. Mu- sick, Clay Newton, Iim Oatman, T. R. Odell, Wade Polk, Dave Spencer, Lee Swindall, lack Thurman, W. E. Vaughn, Pat Windham, Phil Wright. 'e. . 'L-' i P ' - -.-L Am 7 . ...fu J, . ... Q V 7 f ..ie ets. .sr. A. at isii S ii 5 r 5 'if, f.TY.iT515f'i'l3 fi il"'i ' ' 1' '-.' 5 H 1 L? ? 5 .ti P P i it .t 5- TFP 'kg . First row: Adams, Blackburn Second row: Dawson, Cheatham, Polk, Musick, Spencer, Fannin, Vaughn, Burns, Brooks, Linn, Oatman, Odell Third row: Bunkley, Iacobs, McCreary, Brenholtz, Muggs, Palmour, Patterson, Pippin, Morris, Graham, Newton, Mcllvain Fourth row: Mizell, Douglas. Ogle, Duncan, Swindall, Dickson, Gantt, Clarke, Looney, Carr, Windham, Graves Senior Mary Ardens l Members of the Senior Mary Ardens, campus social club sponsored by Dean of Women Edith L. Clark and Mary B. Wesson, must be pledged by girls who are already active members. The Mary Ardens are associated with the National Federated W0men's Clubs, and send delegates to the state and national conventions. Social events for the year included a morning coffee honoring new Iunior and Senior Marys held in the Mary Arden Lodge in Novem- ber, the annual seated tea given in December in the Crystal Room at Mar- quis Hall, an informal dance November 26 and a Mexican dinner March 14, both at the Lodge, an informal dance May 6, and a coffee honoring graduating seniors to be held in Iune in the Crystal Room. Proof of their pa'rrio+ism, the Mary Ardens bought a hundred-dol- D"mthl' Hams lar defense bond in the fall, and presented it at the defense assembly. President of the Mary Ardens is Dorothy Harris, and other ofhcers are Polly Pinson, vice-president, Ioma Blocker, secretary, Mary Ellen Shorter, treasurer, and Emma Lena Early, reporter. Shirley Dunn was vice-president through the fall semester. Spring pledges were Anne Calhoun, Barbara Cooper, Maryvonne de Kinsky, Sarah Anne Ferguson, Melba Frazell, lean Garrett, Mary Evelyn Gould, Frances Higginbotham, Anne Newton, Alvin Pierson, Car- men Ramsey, Martha Thornton, and Ada Belle Williams. Iudge Sarah T. Hughes of Dallas and Mrs. R. W. Bass, Denton Ariel Club president, were speakers at spring meetings of the club. First row: Fladger, White, Blocker, Nesbitt, lohnson, Crook, Roberts Second row: VVorley, Harris, Abbott, Carter. Dunn, Stone, Loveless, Austin Third row: Crouch. Irby, Shorlor, Brumhaugh, Eaton, Copeland, Perry, Long, P. Lorenzen, Dudley, I. Lorcnzen, Riley, Oliver, Evans, Xvesson Fourth row: McElroy, Early, Rayburn, Brown, Newman, Gathright, Phillips, Wilcoxen, Myers, Utt, Collin, Gcer Senior Mary Ardens Mary Ardens on the campus are Iohnnie Abbott, Doris Allred, Bil- A l lie Ioy Austin, Frances Back, Myrtle Baker, Ioma Blocker, Barbara Blythe, Frances Brown, Iean Tew Brumbaugh, Iackye Bruner, Helen Mae Bul- lock, Vi Marie Buster, Edith Butler, Bobbie Mae Campbell, Velma Carter, Mary Neal Poston, Mary Copeland, Theresa Corcoran, Mary Ann Coop- er, Barbara Corbin, Margaret Cox, Hesper Crook, Violet Ioyce Crouch, Iune Cullen, Matilda Cummings, Dorothy Churchwell, Dorris Dudley, Shirley Dunn, Ioy Eaton, Emma Lena Early, Kay Evans, Helen Fitch, Betty Ann Fladger, Noel Francis, Iean Gathright, Betty Io Geer, Edna Pearl Gheen, Emma lean Glover, Marian Gooch, Frances Grammar, Daphne Grillith, Mary Grimes, Mary Nell Hampton, Helen Harp, Doro- thy Harris, Mary Frances Harris, Mary Ellen Heidler, Mildred Hogg, Margaret Ann Holcomb, Elizabeth Irby, Dawn Isbill, Sunny Iackson, Pony Pinson Esther Iett, Gwen Iohnson, Iewella Iohnson, Maxine Keahey, Grace Kerr, Emma Lou Long, Ianice Lor- enzen, Peggy Lorenzen, Iune Loveless, Ruby Luco, Elizabeth Malphurs, Billie Maple, Margaret Melton, Pa- tricia Monarch, Natalie Moore, Mary Myers, lane McElroy, Mary Lynn Nesbitt, Billey Fred Newman, Ma- rie Oatman, Ruth Oliver, Cleo Patton, Ioy Patton, Mary Frances Perry, Marguerite Phillips, Polly Pinson, Dorothy Pittman, Harriet Pruitt, Emma Io Rayborn, Margie Read, Alice Rice, Margaret Riley, Alta Faye Roberts, Dorothy Roden, Betty Rodriguez, Ruth Schaefer, Mary Ellen Shorter, Mary Io Stone, Eugenia Thomas, Betty Iane Timblin, Nancelie Utt, Betty Ann Vanhoove, Ellena Fayne White, Melba Wilcoxen, Daisy Williams, and Io Frances Worley. First row: Cummings, Harris, Holcomb, Pruitt, Gooch, Baker, Heidler, Patton Second row: Churchwell, Monarch, Campbell, Roden, Iohnson, Read, Clark, Rodriguez, Rice, Cox Third row: Balew, Oatman, Crouch, Luco, Iett, Bullock, Glover, Hogg, Back, Francis, Grammar, Pittman, Hampton, Butler, Pinson Fourth row: Harp, Isbill, Cullen, Allred, Thofnas, Maples, Keahey, Malphurs, Vanhoove, Bruner, Melton Junior Mary Ardens The Junior Mary Ardens are made up of girls who have completed at least one semester's Work in the college. A social club, it is a 'ifeederw for the Senior Marys. A formal dance held November 12, at the Mary Arden Lodge, highlighted the club's calendar of activities for the year. Other functions were a pledge tea, October 15, a Christmas party, December 8, a pledge tea, February 3, a Mexican supper, March 12, a tea honoring the Senior Mary Ardens, April 12, a costume dance, April 15, and the annual seated tea, May 11, all held at the Mary Arden Lodge. Officers of the unior Mar s are nresident, Samm e Porterfieldg Y I Y vice-president, Mary lane Iones, secretary, Reeta Smith, treasurer, Marie S Austin, reporter, Doris Mae Bailey, and pianist, Dorothy Cartwright. Si lliilll is PM rtcr hum Pledges for the spring semester included Aileen Barnett, Ouida Beard, Betty Berry, Ierry Best, Ieane Bohannon, Virginia Caldwell, Helen Craig, Doris Dillehay, Marjorie Dye, Katherine Farrington, Gowen Foulks, Patricia Fowler, Hilda Haynes, Dorothy Hibbitts, Glenna Iohnson, Corinne Koehler, Ruth Long, Iackie McKay, Virginia McNeir, Ieanette Middleton, Eloise Odam, Delores Oxford, Claudia Parks, LaNelle Quillin, Betty Russell, Rose Marie Schiffke, Elizabeth Scull, Ruth Smith, Lois Taylor, Io Turney, and Dorothy Fitch. Orher members are Wayne Abernathy, Marie Austin, Ellen Baer, Lucy Baicher, Doris Mae Bail- First row: Frazell, Pierson, Ellett, McAdams, Austin, Clark, Dutton, Gibert, Theobalt, Barnett, Liles, Sweet, Buster Second row: Poole, Holt, VVillard, Mantooth, Merrill. Camp, Cartwright, Hopper, Bailey, Smith, Bateman, Porterfieftl, NVilson, Frost, Fitch, W'hitaker, Rogers, Errebo Junior Mary Ardens ey, Eleanor Io Barrow, Velma Rae Bateman, Mary Faye Beskow, Lanice Bryant, Catherine Caldwell, Mary Frances Camp, Geraldine Camp, Iim- mie Carlisle, Dorothy Cartwright, Gene Clark, Euline Cook, Mary Coul- ter, Mary Io Dutton, Kay Ellett, Mary Helen Errebo, Frances Fitch, Melba Frazell, Shirley Frost, Grace Frysinger, Shirley Geer, lane Gibbons, Rose Marie Gibert, Mary Giles, Kitty Nell Green, Margaret Harvey, Neva Hayes, Olga Hendrick, Frankie Hill, Mary Ruth Holmes, Ioyce Halt, Billie Hopper, Mary Hunt, Mary lane Iones, Wanda Liles, Billie Lyles, Iohnnie Mantooth, Winnifretl Merrill, Molly Lou Mitchell, Elizabeth Ann Mizell, Margaret McAdams, Barbara Parton, Virginia Paxton, Alvin Pierson, Peggy Pool, Sammye Porterfield, Mary Elizabeth Quick, Vir- ginia Rogers, Dorothy Seely, Mary Lucille Smith, Reeta Smith, Iean Stal- lings, Sarah Ann Stowe, Polly Sweet, Iewel Taylor, Mary Katherine Theo- Mm Iam ,Um balt, Matlolyn Tucker, Tempie Tunnell, Ruth Nell Whitaker, Frances Willard, Mary Helen Wilson. Special commiHees for the year were social-Mary lane Iones, Iean Stallings, Barbara Parton, Kay Ellett, membership-Margaret McAdams, Doris Mae Bailey, Olga Hendrick, Grace Frysinger, program -Mary Lucille Smith, Velma Rae Bateman, Virginia Paxton, Yucca-Molly Lou Mitchell, Billie Hop- per, Peggy Pool, Mary Helen Wilson, hospital-Polly Sweet, Ioanna Alexander, Mary Helen Errebo, Iane Gibbons, scrapbook-Winnifred Merrill, Euline Cook, Mary Io Dutton, Mary Hunt. First row: Cook, Giles, Green, Carlisle, Taylor, Beskmv, Hcnclrick, Hunt, Parton, Alcxancler, Harvey, VVesson S l l ll fccont row: ' 'unne , Greer, Bryant, Barrow, Hill, Tucker. Lyles, Mitchell, Caldwell, Stallings, Frysinger, Iones, Paxton, Abernathy Mafhemaiics Club Officers of the Mathematics Club are Robert Sloan, president, Fielder Grace, vice-president, Iack D. Brown, secretary-treasurer, and Billie Ruth Davis, reporter. One monih of campus residence, a major or minor in math, and at least a MB" average in math courses are required for membership in the club. Social functions held during the school year included a banquet in the Crystal Room at Marquis Hall, held April 10, a picnic at Lake Dallas, A and a Wiener roast at Highland Park during the spring semester. Spring pledges were Clarine Hightower, Kenneth Deets, Gladys Ienkins, Mary Gowen Foulks, C. W. Burnam, Page Whitmore, Charles Drew, Mrs. Overcash, Avo Vermillion, and Dorothy Moore. Oliicers for the spring semester were Kenneth Hannah, president 5 Nick Vaughan, Kcnncd, Hanml, vice-president, and Vernon Morrill, reporter. Members of the Teachers College Mathematics Club are George Birge, Iack D. Brown, Marie Carl- sen, George Copp, Florine Cox, Margaret Cox, Billie Ruth Davis, O. I. Dietz, Ir., E. L. Douglas, Ben Es- tes, William Goode, Fielder Grace, Kenneth Hannah, Talmage Hicks, Clarine Hightower, Hilliard Hug- gins, Gladys Ienkins, Mason Iones, George Lacy, Donovan Lumpkin, Ray Martin, George Massingill, Winni- fred Evans, Robert Lee Moore, Vernon Morrill, Betty Iane McCormick, Elza Mae Neal, Hershel Prindle, Hubert Rogers, Iames Scruggs, Iohn Shepard, Robert Sloan, Dick Stead, L. P. Stephens, Ioan Taylor, Bill Townsend, Nick Vaughan, Tom Watkins, Vondee Webb, Page Whitmore, Gayle Wilson, Rosemary Wood, and David Zachry. Third row: Martin, Brown, Dietz, Hannah, Birge, Iones, Drew, Whitmore, Ward, Stead, Good, Estes Second row: Morrill, Neal, McCormick, Vermillion, Carlsen, Ienkins, Webb, Wood, Wilson, Hansen Row three: Martin, Brown, Dietz, Copp, Brown, Iones, Drew, Word, Stead, Goode, Estes Nalives Club Freshman co-eds who call Denton their home town compose the mem- bership of the Natives Club. Members must have lived in the city at least one year prior to entering college. Social funclions that the club held during the year included a skating party at the Denton rink November 6 and a New Year's dance on New Year,s Eve, held at the Country Club. A St. Patriclis Day tea, honoring spring pledges, was held at Dorothy Foutls home, March 14, a Wiener roast March 26 on Pilot Knob, a cotton frock dance April 22 at the Woman's Club, and a spring dinner-dance in the T. S. C. W. senior dining room, May 16. The Nalives Club was organized October 6, 1941, for the purpose of promoting the interests of local girls enrolled in the college. Helen Craig, president 5 Eloise Odam, vice-president, Frances Tobin Noles, sec- retary, and Pat Fowler, reporter, were fall officers. Spring olilicers were Frances Tobin Noles Frances Tobin Noles, president 3 Dorothy Fouts, vice-president, Lois Taylor, secretary-treasurer, and Doro thy Fitch, reporter. Members are Dorothy Ann Braley, Virginia Caldwell, Helen Craig, Louise Craven, Katherine Farring ton, Dorothy Fitch, Dorothy Fouts, Patricia Fowler, Aline Hutcheson, Varina LeBeau, Victoria Leslie, Rosalys Ligon, Ruth Long, Waneese Mackey, Sara Nell Neale, Frances Tobin Noles, Eloise Odam, Catherine Paradeaux, Lois Taylor, Marjorie Vanderhofi, and Gertrude Watson. First row: Paradeaux, Whigham, Noles, Fouts, Caldwell, LeBeau Second row: Long, Taylor, Fitch, Neale, Braley, S. Hamilton, Craven, Fowler, Leslie, Hutcheson Third row: Ligon, Farrington, Vanderhoff, Odam, Watson, Craig, C. Hamilton, Mackey Pan-American Forum Foreign language sfudenrs at N. T. S. T. C. compose the membership of the Pan-American Forum. Faculty sponsor of the organization is Miss Virginia Calloway. Officers of the Forum are Betty Rodriguez, president, Georgia Glover, vice-president, Weda Atkinson, secretary-treasurer, and Anna Virginia Crout, reporter. Pledges were initiated in the fall, and no new members were taken in for the spring semester. All the meetings this year Were carried out in Spanish in order to help majors and minors practice conversational Span- ish. The Forum was organized several years ago for those students study- ing Spanish and Latin-American history. Social acriviries of the Pan-American Forum included an informal Christmas party held at the home of Miss Calloway, at 1112 Mulberry. Theme of the party was the traditional Mexican Christmas. The Forum has sponsored a Spanish-speaking table at Marquis Hall throughout the year. Faculty members have joined in good-neighbor programs of the Forum. Emma Bernal and Maryvonne de Kinsky, South American students from Colombia, were speakers at meetings. Betty Rodriguez Members are Weda Atkinson, Louise Carter, Virginia Crout, Frances Dockery, Willie Mae Donnelly, Ierry Elliott, Melba Frazell, Geraldine Goodman, Melba Green, Modena Hancock, Orena Hancock, Billy Ruth Loving, Marie Mitchell, Betty Rodriguez, Titia Weaver, Georgia Glover, and Ruth Gage. First row: Rodriguez, Mitchell Second row: M. Hancock, Goodman, O. Hancock Third row: Dockery Donnelley, Frazell, Crout, Atkinson, Calloway Paris Club Dining af fhe Cryslal Room at Marquis Hall, the Paris Club had its outstanding function of the school year, a banquet held May 7. A wiener roast in Ianuary started the social functions oil for the organization. It was held at Paris, Texas. Club members took in a skating party in Feb- ruary at the Denton Roller Rink. The third function on the social calen- dar of the Paris Club was an informal party, held at Miss H:1ile's home on April go. Officers for the fall semester were Virginia Nobles, president, Iim Bill Brooks, vice-president, Virginia Bowen, secretary-treasurer, lane Trulock, reporter, M. D. Vaughan and George Lacy, sergeants-at-arms. Officers for the spring semester were the same, with the exception of the office of secretary-treasurer. Gay Moore replaced Virginia Bowen. Requiremen+s for membership to the organization are that a stu- dent be either a resident of Paris, Texas, or must have attended Paris Iunior College. Virginia Nobles Members are Billye Adams, Iean Ayres, Harry Barham, Virginia Bowen, Frances Brantley, lim Bill Brooks, Mary T. Bryant, Dorothy Frances Burney, Arthur Casey, Earl Castleberry, Charles Drew, Charlie Lee Elliott, Georgia Nell Elloitt, Vandel Green, Maggie Io Hammack, Bernie Hellums, M. B Hogue, Virginia Hunter, Ianice Iennings, Bud Koger, George Lacy, Doris Lambert, Billy Maewilliams, H C McConnell, Gay Moore, Virginia Nobles, Dolly Rives, Warren Roach, Iames Taylor, Billy Frank Thomp son, lane Trulock, M. D. Vaughan, and Ray Wideman. Sponsor of the organization is Miss Virginia Haile. First row: G. Elliot, Adams, Ayres, Bryant, Nobles, Haile Second row: C. Elliot, Rives, Iennings, Paty, Trulock, Moore Third row: Vaughan, Drew, Koger, Lacy ,f 1 Press Club Active member of the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association, the North Texas Press Club is made up of those students who are active in college publications. The club was host to the East Texas Press Club at a banquet preceding the Eagle-Lion game, November 16. A formal clinner-clance held in May at the T. S. C. W. clubhouse was the outstanding social event for the year. Officers for 1942 were Charles Dameron, Yucca editor, president, Charles Baker, vice-president, Margaret McAdams, secretary-treasurer. Press Club members are Charles Baker, Ann Brown, Iackye Brun- nelle Grable, Dorothy Harris, Marie Hill, Mary Lee Kemp, lack Maguire, Muriel Matthews, Bill Bob McLendon, Mary Elizabeth Quick, Ellie Shultz, NaDeane Walker, Martha Williamson. Charles llanicron Associate members are Iames Arledge, Betty Blake, Barbara Brown, Gene Clark, T. I. Collette, Billie Eppler, Harry Glazner, Marianne Green, Frances Hampton, Fran- ces Hart, Marzella lones, Elmora Messer, Margaret McAdams, Ioe McFadden, Nancy McMahan, Myra Mc- Reynolds, Bill Moore, Dale Ramsey, Lillie Reeves, Aline Smith, Ruth Smith, lean Stallings, Emsy Swaim, Rosanne Syron. Claire Thigpen, Bill Thompson, Titia Weaver, and Lillian Young. For many years Teachers College Press Club entries have swept the Held in annual T. I. P. A. con- tests. This year the club sent delegates to the associationls meeting at Huntsville. First row: Walsh, Paty, McAdams, Baker, Roddy, Maguire, Kemp Second row: Smith, Clark, Shutord, Hill, Young, Syron, Grable, Walker, Rather, Collette, Swaim er, Anne Calhoun, Charles Cox, Charles Dameron, Winona Doan, Ver- Psychology Club Officers of the Psychology Club for the fall semester were Dan Ander- son, president, Iames Neale, vice-president, Anna Mae Duke, secretary- treasurer, Dorothy Reed, historian, Virginia McHugh, reporter. Charles Hamilton, president, Anna Mae Duke, secretary-treasurer, Dorothy Reed, historian: Martha Williamson, reporter, were spring officers. Spring pledges included Billie Sanders, Nell Rankin, Alvarene Wilson, Margarette Blake, Harold Craver, lames Hineman, Mrs. Louise Myracle, Mrs. Myrtie Taylor, Ouida Beard, Doyle Horsley, Dennis Fei- genspan, Williard George, Frances Levisay, Nadyne Bussey, Adelle Maughon, Lucille Ayres, Leland McCloud, Helen Parker, Helen Mae Bullock, Monette Ludwick, L. C. Slimp, Ben Brooks, Lavelle Beene, Homer Roff, Betty Woodard, Barbara Blythe, Betty Reed, Elizabeth Bailey, Ianalynn David, W. L. Button, H. M. Love, Clara Fielder, Imo- gene Carter, Laverne Davis, Vi Marie Buster, Iune Girouard, Catherine KHOX, Cl i.1:' les ll .inx milton Club roll includes Ioe Ashley, Lila Butner, Matthew Baker, Alyne Bryan, Warren Bonney, Rena Brown, Charles Chowning, Calvin Cumbie, lim Dennis, Ann Duke, Ierry Elliott, Ella Enloe, Minnie Enloe, Mildred Fowler, R. B. Fulcher, Bill Grubbs, Dorris Gentry, Charles Hamilton, Estelle Heifner, Thomas Hardie, Frankie Hill, Hilliard Huggins, Kayle Hardesty, Iuanita Short, Esther Iett, Ed Killian, Helen Keen, Grna Kusch, Nancy Morgan, Frances Tollison, Virginia McHugh, Marion Martin, Dolores Michael, Fred na Murdock, Kessler Ming, Ted McMinn, Grady Melton, Lillie Reeves, Christine Reeves, Rose Rienzi, Dorothy Reed, Margie Reed, Ann Steagall, Rose Schillke, Elizabeth Thomas, Dovie Ann Travis, Dorothy Venable, Betty Vanhoove, Billy White. lfirq mwg Iftilelier, Baker. Huggins, Martin, Grillihs Second row: Bonnt-5. Anderson, Hamilton, Murdoch. Gentry. Seliillke, Mieliial. Keen. White, llill Third row: In-nnis. Morgan. linloe, lilliott. Tlioinas, Reecl. Reeves, Killian, Broixn. Blltler, Mdlllsou, ll.u'ilr'sly. Kyle lfourth row: lininlwie, Chowning. Ytnalwlti. Knsth. Duke. lleifner. lfowlt-r. lfnl- 1i'. llayhurst. 'l4r.ivis, Rienvi. Bryan. Terrill uinlilians Open ro all speech majors, the Quintilian Club meets twice monthly for debates, discussions, speakers, and regular club programs. Fall se- mester prexy for the club was Michael Taylor. Frank Barrow, vice- presidentg Dorothy Harris, secretary-treasurer, and Theresa Corcoran, reporter, were other officers. Spring semesfer presidenl' was Frank Barrow, and Mrs. Iuanita Hayhurst Short served as vice-president. Other oflicers were the same as for the fall term. Pan-American Weelt got special attention from the Quintilians, who participated in the celebrations by emphasizing a Pan-American theme in their spring informal, held April 17. Theme of victory was carried out at the Quintilian Club's major social event during the fall semester, an informal dance held November 15. Qul'mll"n Umm: The Quinlilian Club is sponsored by Mrs. Olive McClintic Iohn- son, head of the speech department, and its members are Mynell Allen, Marjorie Arnold, Charles Baker, Kathryn Baker, Beulah Mae Bartell, Ouida Beard, Vivian Bedell, Mabel Birdsong, Ben Blackmon, Kenneth Bishop, Marjorie Brooks, Helen Mae Bullock, Grafton Bumpers, Dor- othy F. Burney, Alyeene Bryan, Hclvvard Campbell, Katherine Caldwell, Earl Clark, Frances Coates, Euline Ciook, Mittye jane Cooley, Theresa Corcoran, Helen Cunningham, Katherine Dobbins, Iohnny Dotson, Rob- ert Duckworth, Clarence Easter, lla Faye Everett, Noel Francis, Raye LaVerne Fry, Mary Evelyn Gould, Dorothy Halstead, Elaine Hampton, Dorothy Harris, Iuanita Hayhurst, Tony Heflington, Annie Katherine Quiutilian members, above, compose the balance of the organization. Quin'rilians Herron, Betty Iune Hickey, Dorothy Lue Hill, Katherine Hoyle, Emma Herring, Buford Ingram, Maurice Iackson, Sunny Iackson, Harry Kluber, Eloise Lane, Bonnie Lanford. Wanda Liles, Billy Meads, Barney Miller, Ieanne Miller, Marian Mil- ler, Iudd Mitchell, Ianie Mjaaland, Dennie Madisette, Naomi Murdock, Iackie McKay, Mary D. McReynolds, Henrica Martens, Delores Oxford, Ruth Painter, Virginia Pharr, Elizabeth Pockrus, Katherine Poston, Ioyce Povvledge, Mildred Quillin, Bill Ritchie, Alta Faye Roberts, Iack Robert- son, George Roever, Elizabeth Scull, Roslyn Singletary, Ellie Shultz, Nancy Smith, Ann Steagall, Billie Dean Sullivan, Michael Taylor, lean Tew Brumbaugh, Iean Thomas, Betty Ann Vanhoove, Betty Vardy, Iune Walker, Iames Ware, Edwina Watt, Elmora Westmoreland, Billie Wet- zell, Lawrence Wheeler, Edith Wimberley, Iunior Winder, Carrie Winstead, Bill Wood, Wayne Stanford, Sherman Rosenfield, and Don- ald Quintilians dress up. The annual spring picnic held by the Quintilian Club in May concluded the club's activities for the year. At programs throughout the year, an attempt was made to use every member in some capacity. Dramatics, choral speaking, book reviews, and all phases of speech training came in for a share in the pro- gram. Half of the Quintilians pose for group pictures at Kendall Hall. Radio Guild To become a member of the Radio Guild, a student must prove him- self a specialist in one field and competent in other fields of radio. He must have participated in at least eight plays before he is eligible for membership. The purpose of fhe Guild is to create a greater appreciation for the field of radio, and to give those vvho desire it an opportunity to ex- periment in radio work. Activities include Writing, producing, and act- ing. The guild presents a radio play on alternate Weeks over the Denton radio station, KDNT. Organized only recently on the North Texas campus, the Radio Guild is composed largely of speech and dramatics students. It is spon- sored by Mrs. Olive McClintic Iohnson, speech department head. Officers of the club are Frank Barrow, president, Bill Burkett, Frank Barrow vice-president, Charlene Lindsey, treasurer, and Howard Campbell, pro- gram chairman. s I ' ' 1 T' Radio Guild members are Frank Barrow, Bill Burkett, Dorothy Harris, Charlene Lindsey, Helen Mae Bullock, Marcus Penney, Betty Ann Vanhoove, Howard Campb-ell, Ray Burns, Vi Marie Buster, and Virginia Pharr Miller. - A+ one meeting of lhe club, recordings were made of members' voices to study speaking quality. The organization is affiliated with the National Radio Guild. Members write or adapt, direct and produce all the radio plays used on the regular broadcasts. The Radio Guild is caught discussing broadcasts, skits, and radio technical problems, T-Club Oufsfancling afhlefes who have lettered in any of the major sports are these T-Club members. Football, basketball, track, tennis, and golf stars compose the membership of the club. In addifion +o 'rheir afhlefic leHers, T-Club men must have good scholarship averages. The annual T-Club banquef was held the second week in May, in the Crystal Room at Marquis Hall. Theron I. Fouts, dean of men in the college, Miss Beulah Harriss of the physical education department, "Dad', Pender of the government faculty, and Dr. W. I. McConnell, North Tex- as president, were speakers. Among o+her informal social activifies held during the year was the annual spring picnic held at Lake Dallas for the members and their dates. C. L. Carr Officers of the club for both the fall and spring semesters were Carlton g'Chu Chu" Carr, president, Iohnny Iackson, vice-president, Edward Rogers, secretary-treasurer. Members are Cotton Ashton, Al Boatman, Icky Clay, I. D. Clayton, Ross Collins, Loyd Cooke, C. L. Carr, Forrest Covin, Pete Duhon, Ira DeFoor, Ag Edens, Kenneth Eason, Nace Formagus, Benny Graham, Eugene Hunley, Nick Hightower, Iohnny Iackson, Bobby Iones, Vandel Green, G. A. Lloyd, Howard Keys, I. D. Lane, Bill Matlock, Bill Menefee, Loyd McWherter, Durwood Mumford, Carl Montgomery, Albert Mi- keska, Sutton Orenbaun, Frank Power, Ware Purcell, Edward Rogers, Wilson Terry, Bob Spencer, Iack Spencer, Strickland Shofner, Bud Howe, Boyd Vaughn, A. B. Tate, Eugene Wood, Ted Koonce. First row: Green, Terry, Iackson, Ashton, Duhon, Howard Second row: XVood, Rogers, Clayton, Howe, Walker, Keys, Tate Third row: McVVherter, Montgomery, Boatmun, Vaughn, Shofner, Menefce Fourth row: Carr. Mumford, Matlock, Collins, Eason, Mikeska Ofificers o eron Stalli and Elmer Lamar Mal Ward. Meml George Bir Bruner, loc Margaret C E. L. Doug Lillian Fos Griffith, O Iewella Ioh rence, Iune Massey, Ge Donald, W vell, Bob C Herschel P. Leon Rudr Smith, Can Terrill, Eli lion, E. G. Gayle Wilsi emical SOCI9'l'Y ident, Cam- .ry-treasurer, ee Coleman, id Ada Belle .uth Bardin, vn, Dorothy irothy Cook, W Dickinson, etty Everett, Goode, Ray riflin Huey, y, lim Law- larks, Doyce 1, Erna Mc- Robert Lee Moore Elbert Neely Winona Nor ack, Louis Pickard Bob Prescott Ed ar Price , Mildred Ricks Finis Robbins Ovveta Ros cman, Gordon Skinner Mildred Smith Reeta '. Stephens, Cecil Sutton oan Taylor Bruce ylor, Price Truitt George Vau hn Avo Varmil ir VVelch, Hubert Wheeler Wilma Whigham ibersliip of the W N M t Ch l S t I i 1 P 9. 'f S 3 1 1 . l 3 W 1 l 5 . 1 I i 5 Q 1 r i O , fl i ,J Dyche's Corner Dycheis Corner is a favorite meeting place on thc corner for students between classes and at other times of leisure. Col- legians Hnd that Dycheis, under the direction of Bernard and Mr. and Mrs. Flantz, serves excellent meals and places emphasis on its foods. Shaw Sluclio O. P. Grandy displays enlargements from class pictures taken for the T942 Ymwz. Mr. Grandy has successfully handled the class photography for the yearbook for many years. Shaw Sluclio Teachers College students make selections from proofs for application pictures, small portraits, and larger specially framed pictures. Nash's 5 and I0 Well stocked and most convenient to the students, Nash's 5 St IO is patronized hy many T. C. students and residents in this part of town. The owner is a former North Texas student. S H. M. Russell and Sons Co. 'AUenton's leading department store" is the phase which identifies Russell's, well known to all T. Cl. students. A truly metropolitan store, comfortahly air-conditioned the year round, Russell's ollier clothing and accessories to meet the needs of the modern ed and co-ed. H. M. Russell and Sons Co. Five campus co-eds find dresses, sweaters, and skirts of their hearts' delight in their very own department of the store. the College Shop. Courteously informed salesladies make sure that girls rind exactly what they want. H. M. Russell and Sons Co. Richey Adams seems to he smiling his approval of Bryan Bannister's choice of a sports COZII in the men's department of Russell's. The suit may he a Society Brand, Curlee, or a Palm Beach, and helll prohably pick a smart Manhattan or Arrow shirt to set it olJt. iyc H. M. Russell and Sons Co. Two pretty North Texas co-eds land the shoe department a place of enchantment at Russell's. The luclty salesman at- tends school when he is not selling shoes to frequent cus- tomers from the college. Russell's meets the complete clothing needs ot the students. The Burr S+ore Economy and dependability is the catcheword for the Burr Store in Denton. Students Find Burr's a thrifty place to trade. where merchandise is of high quality, yet meets the pocket- book. x -.., Duke and Ayres, Duke and Ayres' economical well-stocked store, located con- veniently on the square, is the shoppihg center for students in search of college supplies and other sundry articles. Firs+ S+a're Bank Students away from home rind it easier to keep accounts, cash checks for allowances at the First State Bank. President of one of Dentonis oldest institutions is former Teachers College chemistry head VV. N. Masters. Firs'r S'ra're Bank Iust before three in the afternoon, townspeople make a rush for the bank. Both the students and citizens of the com- munity find banking here pleasant. HamiH'on Drug S+ore During their first year on the g'Corner," the owners of Hamilton's have made a secure place for themselves in the hearts of T. C. students. "Your only campus pharmacy" has provided students, faculty, and townspeople with drugs, gifts, and scholastic supplies. Hamilton Drug Sfore The usual overflow crowd at Hamilton's enjoys the efhcient fountain service with the food and drinks they like best. On the left, Mr. Perryman, the pharmacist, takes a minute from his work to smile for the photographer. The large stocks of cosmetics, college supplies, and other student needs are only partly visible. MuH"s Vani+y Shop Io Frances Worley and Iackie McKay couldn't resist the temptation to have a picnic right in the Vanity Shop window after donning these very attractive slack suits chosen from the large variety of smart collegiate clothes inside, ranging from frilly formals to the very latest sports clothes. The Arisfocrai' Newly remodeled, the Aristocrat is conveniently equipped to serve the refreshment needs of Denton students and townspeople throughout the year. One of downtown Den- ton's finer eating places, its manager, Mr. Grayford, and his capable assistants serve Borden's ice cream. "lt's got to be goodfi STORE Voer+man's Teachers College S+ore Conveniently located across from the Administration Build- ing, Voertman's is truly the Teachers College Store. Large, diversified stocks of supplies suited to the needs of the stu- dent in business, art, music, scientific, or scholastic Fields, and friendly, courteous service make the store an ideal place to shop. Voer+man's Teachers College S+ore From Voertmarfs comprehensive balcony library, a small portion of the fountain and college supplies are visible. Mr. Voertman must be on the other side of the store attending to the needs of the students who are buying sports goods, stationery or any one of the many hundreds of items to be found there. Dixie Trailways Service men and civilians alike utilize the fast, dependable Trailway Bus Service, and the soldier checking the bus' arrival Hnds it on time as usual. Dixie Trailways Patriotic citizens as well as students ride the :Dixie Trailways to conserve precious rubber for national defense, but they enjoy all the comforts and advantages of a safe and scenic trip on modern buses. W-waiqammmmwriww skmw, Y The Boston Store On the Northeast corner of the square stands the Boston Store, serving the clothing needs of Denton students and residents. The lovely shoes being shown these co-eds are only a small part of the store's stocks, which include clothes of at variety and fashion to make the tuusl fastidious person happy. Theafer Row Theater Row takes on a military aspect as Naval Air Cadet Bill Massey returns to enjoy one last show at one of the three theaters which are T. C. entertainment centers. lax tographer Max snaps a picture of Marguerite Reed and ' Maria Merida. Max specializes in photography for rpretation. He has done the special photographs for Yzmu for the past three years. 1 'o A, l 1 We are gra+eful +o Dr. Sampley, Mr. Hall, Charlie Dameron, Ray Marlin and C. W. Burnam, for Hue opporfunify of serving Nor+h Texas S+a+e Teachers College fhis year. Wk WWf5yi W WWW W5w?f WWM N swf, KW' 05 V62 . TK 0h'f"g6M'7M' ai if ff, JCM-wf ia Q3 m 9, 74,1 XI


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