University of North Texas - Yucca Yearbook (Denton, TX)
- Class of 1947
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We dedicate this volume to the Greater
North Texas State of tomorrovir with its host
of young men and women in quest no
only ol lcnowledge but of the wisdom
which is the fruit of lcnovvledge . . . to an
' ever-increasing curricula . . .to an
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Tlwe Yucca recpords tl'1is year and
all years in tlne great American
estate of college classmen. It is
tlwe 4Utl'1 attempt to depict in a
limited number ol pages time joys
and disappointments ordinarily
experienced in college.
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students a yearpoolc tlwat will be
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ment.-lt'istl'1e sincere lwope ol
tlwe stall tlmat you vvill find tlwis
volume a true representation ol
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NDER a new administrative system.
North Texas State College has en-
tered a new era. Deciding that the
school had outgrown its old goveming
administration, the Board of Regents
approved a new plan that divided the
college into several separate schools
and one college. With the inaugura-
tion of this new idea came the organi-'
zation of the Schools of Education,
Music. Home Economics, Business, and
Graduate Studies. and the College of
Arts and Sciences.
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Tl-IE IDIQESIDETTTS WESSAGE
The YUCCA for 1946-47 depicts North Texas State
College in a year of record enrollment, when here and through-
out the nation institutions of higher learning have met un-
precedented problems. These problems could not have been
dealt with if the student body had not taken numerous diffi-
culties cmd inconveniences with unfailing patience and high
good humor. Veterans have shown that they know how to be
as good citizens in peace as in war, and the non-veterans have
been equally cooperative. That college students have not let
temporary difficulties stand in the way of their personal prog-
ress is a good augury for a happy solution to the many large
problems which face the nation and the world.
This yearbook, like those of the past, shows the rich tex-
ture of student and faculty life on this campus. lt will serve
in the future as a reminder of fruitful, pleasant days-long
after crowding and shortages are forgotten. The college is
growing and changing, but the lasting values of an enjoyable,
profitable, and democratic life on our campus, as pictured here,
l congratulate the staff of the YUCCA for having put into
permanent form so vivid a record of this college year.
BCDARD CDF IQEGEVWTS
Under the Civil Statutes of the State of Texas, the seven
state colleges are governed by a common Board of Regents.
This committee is made up of businessmen, lawyers, doctors,
and just plain citizens, in their hands lies the final authority
insofar as College administration is concemed. To them is en-
trusted the Welfare of the vast plants of these centers of higher
education. Theirs is a difficult and thankless task, and they
are to be complimented and praised for their efforts.
V. A. COLLINS
a Below, first row, left to right: H. L. Mills, Mrs. Sally Ward Beretta, V. A. Collins.
o Second row: Dr. W. I. McConnell, President of North Texas State, Dr. lvl. C. Eidson, Walter Woodul
N. S. Harrell, H. A. Turner, Dr. Harmon Lowmori, President of Sam Houston State.
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BENJAMIN B. HARRIS
an of Administrati
W. JOSEPH MCCCDNNELI.
President of the College
Tl-IERGN J. FOUTS
Dean of Men
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Arts and Sciences
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Deen of the School of Home
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WILFRED C. BAIN
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JAMES C. MATTHEWS
G. J. CURRY
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an of the School of
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Dean of the School of
hese are the administrators hehinds the scenes, the people who are little
recognized for their work. These are the commanders ot the various depart-
ments, the people responsible for major and minor curricula. Included here
is everybody from the first man a student sees when he enters colleae to the
lastg from Registrar to Placement Service Director. I-Iere they are recoqnized
and praised for jobs Well done.
o ASSISTANT REGISTRAR Q BUSINESS MANAGER
Miss GLADYS BATES MR. DIXIE BoYD
o COLLEGE AUDITOR Q REGISTRAR
MR. ROBERT CALDWELL DR. ALEX DICKIE
Q DIRECTOR OF PLACEMENT e COLLEGE PHYSICIAN
MR. E. H. FARRINGTON DR. L. O. HAYES
e CURATOR OF THE MUSEUM o ASSISTANT DEAN OF MEN
DR. I. L. KINGSBURY MR. WILLIAM G. WOODS
Q DIRECTOR OE THE DEPARTMENT
OE INDUSTRIAL ARTS
DR. S. A. BLACKBURN
Q DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT
DR. I. L. CARRICO
0 CHAIRMAN, W'OMEN'S DIVISION, o CHAIRMAN OF HUMANITIES,
PHYSICAL EDUCATICDN DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT
DR BONNIE COTTERAL OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES
' DR. HENRY DANNELL1-:Y
e DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT o DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT
OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION OE GEOGRAPHY
MR. THERON I. EOUTS DR. WALTER I-IANSEN
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Q DIRECTOR OF THE o DIRECTOR OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT OF BIOLOGY
DR. E. H. HANSON DR. B. B. HARRIS
Q DIRECTOR OF THE 0 DIRECTOR OF THE
DEPARTMENT OF SPEECH DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS
MRS. OLIVE JOHNSON DR. IACK JOHNSON
o CHAIRMAN OF SOCIAL SCIENCE, o DIRECTOR OF THE
DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENT OF PHYSICS
OF GOVERNMENT DR. L. L. MILLER
Q DIRECTOR OE THE o DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES,
DEPARTMENT OF HISTORY DIRECTOR OF THE DEPARTMENT
DR. L. W. NEWTON OE LIBRARY SERVICE
DR. ARTHUR M. SAMPLEY
o DIRECTOR OF THE o CHAIRMAN OE SCIENCE
DEPARTMENT OF IOURNALISM DR. I. K. G. SILVEY
MR. C. E. SHUFORD
ADVTIIDISTIQATOIQS Ann DEPARTMENTAL DIRECTORS
a DIRECTOR OF THE o DIRECTOR OF THE
DEPARTMENT OP ART
DR. CORA STAFFORD
DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
DR. FLOYD STOVALL
IESSIE ACKER Home Economics
ANNA ALFORD Demonstration School
ROSE BAILEY Demonstration School
SAM BARTON Economics
GLADYLS BATES Assistant Registrar
EARLE B. BLANTON lndustrialfirts
M. E. BONNEY Education
LAVONE BOWMAN Home Economics
ANN BRADLEY Demonstration School
LOTTIE BRASHEARS Library
HAROLD BRENHOLTZ Education
C. A. BRIDGES History
GENE BROADFOOT Speech
E. C. BRODIE English
G. R. BROOKSHEAR Demonstration School
MYRTLE BROWN Mathematics
VIRGINIA CALLOWAY Spanish
ISLA MAE CHAPMAN Home Economics
VIRGINIA CLARKE Demonstration School
NELLIE CLEVELAND English
E. S. CLIFTON English
GEORGIA COLLINS Sec., Dean ot Men
L. M. COLLINS Demonstration School
ROSS COMPTON Sociology
W. A. COOPER Physical Education
IOHNNYE COPE Demonstration School
DONNIE COTTERAL Physical Education
V. Y. CRAIG Education
IACQUELYN CULL Library
FLORENCE CULLIN Demonstration School
ELAINE CUNNINGHAM Library
C. C. DAVIS Industrial Arts
JAMES H. DOUGI-IERTY Education
REVA EBERT Physical Education
MAHCIA ERICKSON Foreign Languages
R. B. ESCUE Chemistry
LOUISE EVANS Library
DORRIS FASSETT Demonstration School
ESTER KEHR PIRLIE Music
KATHLEEN FLOOD Business Ad.
L. P. FLOYD Chemistry
LILLIAN POSTER Soc. Dir., Oak St. Hall
T. l. FOUTS Dean Oi Men
IACQUELINE GALLAGHER Home Ec.
LOYD GARNER Business Administration
LILLA GRUBBS Sec., industrial Education
VIRGINIA HAILE English
I. D. HALL industrial Education
SIDNEY HAMILTON Education
B. B. HARRIS Dean ot the College
BEULAH HARRISS Physical Education
FORREST HEERON Music
ANNA HARRIET HEYER Music
LLOYD HIBBERD Music
ONEITA HILDEBRAND English
W. H. HODGSON Music
BOEBIE HORNE Library
MAX HUEBNER Education
OLIVE IOI-INsON Speech
OLA IoIINsToN Biology
LOIS B. KNOX Library
A. G. KOENIG Education
W. A. LARIMER Business Administration
I. H. LEGETT Agriculture
OSCAR H. LENTZ Economics
D. B. LLOYD Bible
CLARA LOEWENSTIEN Home Economics
EDITH LUECKE Home Economics
I. C. MATTHEWS Demonstration School
IULIA MENEFEE Home Economics
HUGH IVIILLER Music
PIIOEBE MIZELL Demonstration School
HOMER E. MONEY Industrial Arts
MARGARET MORRISS Physical Education
MAURICE MOADOW Music
SAM B. MOALISTER Government
I. B. MCBRYDE Biology
DUDE MCCLOUD News Service
IVIARY MICCORMIC Music
CAROLYN MCMULLAN Education
BYRON NE'-NTON Bus. Administration
MARGARET OWEN Home Economics
I. W. PENDER Government
DONA BELL PETERSON Library
RITA PILKEY Physical Education
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MAYDELL POTTER Library
RUTH PRIDDY English
ANNA BELLE PRITOHARD Education
MARGARET QUEBE Sec., Graduate Div.
ALICE BELI.E RICE
ALAN W. RICHARDSON Music
WALTER ROBERT Music
TOM ROSE Business Administration
FRANCES RUSSELL Home Economics
H. G. RYLANDER Demonstration School
MARY ELIZABETH SCI-IELL Demo, School
SILVIO SCIONTI Music
FLORENCE SCOULAR Home Economics
HAZEL SELF Library
C. E. SHUFORD Iournalisrn
ROBERT SHERMAN Demonstration School
I. I. SPURLOCK
MARGIE STAFFORD Demonstration School
EVA STAPLETON Demonstration School
MRS. ARDATH STEDMAN Business Ad.
THURSA STEED Physical Education
MARY SWEET English
MARY SWINDLE Library
OUITA TAYLOR Registrar, Demo. School
DOROTHY M. THOMAS Library
MARTHA IEWELL THOMAS Demo. School
PRICE TRUITT Chemistry
EDNA TUPIPEN Textbook Library
IAMES F. WEBB Education
M. P. WELLS English
MARY WHITTEN Library
RONALD WILLIAMS Art
CORA BELLE WILSON History
A. H. WORD Demonstration School
OPAL WRIGHT Business Administration
lTl-l the largest enrollment in its
history, North Texas laced the
problem of housing many large classes
in inadequate facilities. Almost imme-
diately after registration, temporary
structures purchased from War surplus
pools began to appear on the campus.
More than four thousand students over-
flowed both permanent and temporary
classrooms, necessitating purchase ol
many more of these buildings from the
Federal Government. At the same time,
plans to enlarge the permanent physi-
cal plant Were put under Way by those
in authority, so that the college would
be given an opportunity to enlarge
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CARLYLE BASS, President
ORVAL BROVJNING, First
MACK D. VAUGHAN
IAMES ASHMORE Gilmer
Chemistry-North Texas Atl. Chapter Ameri-
can Chemical Society, Pres. '46,' W. N.
Masters Chemical Society, Vice-Pres. '46p
LAMARYLIS BAKER Weathertor
Music Education-VVomen's Choir: Graduat
CARLYLE M. BAss Mars all
Economics-Phi Mu Alpha, Pres.: Grad te
Club: Who's Who in A. C. and U., Wh '
Who in N. T.
ETHEL BRANTLEY Walnut Springs
Artf-Gammadions- P' Phi Pig Graduate
Club Vicefpres. 45
ERWIN C. BUELL Brownf' - d
History-E. D. Criddle Historical S ietyg
International Relations Club: Graduat -
lfice-Pres. 46-'47- G. I. X. Sec. '46-47' Phi
x Otlicials of the Optimist Bowl arrange with Alonzo Stagg ot 0
the College oi the Pacitic to play North Texas in Houston.
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Del . appaf -A Delta Pip Alpha Lamb-
da ' si , lle e ayers, Graduate
M . RALPH I. Wi I sboro
7 ' Q- on a Alpha lo l'
HAROL L. DAVIS N Denton
Physic ducation-Talon Frat ity, Sec
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Elementary ducaticul' and 't al Educa-
tion--Eleme1't Council: Curr - 'terature
Club: W. ' A.,- elta si Kap Protes-
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Elerrent ducation an ys' Ugg.
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9 . Delta Psi . pp
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Industrial Arts-Falcon Fraternity, Pres. '46,
Vice-Pres. '38, lndustrial Arts Club, Pres. '46
if ' T. FIELDER Denton
J ysics-G. l. X.: Graduate Club
TAMES FULWILER Boerne
Spanish-G. l. X.
SAM. M. GANTT Blossom
Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club
JESS L. GEHDING Iowa Park
SpanishfGraduate Club: E. D. Criddle His-
torical Societyg Sigma Delta Pi, Pres. '46-'47
lndustrla Arts---Falcon Fraternityf ustrial BYRON GW-Y SUD A-monio
Arts Club' G. l. X.
Quinn and Solomon demonstrate another use for war surplus
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ERNEST GRIFFIN Sherman BI-:TTY IMMEI. fi' 0 - D' IosEPH MARTIN Denton
Government-Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: English-House Pre ' ent's Club urrent Biology-Graduate Club: Pi Phi Beta: Hon-
Phi Delta Kappa: Graduate Club: Vice- Literature Club orary Biological Society: W. N. Masters
Pres. '46 lm Chemical Society
KENNETH R. GRUBBS Cr I A JAMES INFIIED IOHNSO Denton
Economics Mus Educatio e-Phi I Al a, Pres. ' 6: vIozELLE MCBRIDE Woodson
Ace iff College df A ' ' GHG Choir 1 Chemistry-American Chemical Society
THOMAS HARDIE Clitton I 1
Music-Phi Mu Alpha, Pres.: Sinfonia: Beta UNE KEL . Y Mar ' ,Okla. - . .
Alpha Rho Beta: A Cappella Choir: Favorite: ,,,. 4 Ci Nuiiiiion -- Eiie -J I Richards M ' ESTELLA PDICE MCLEEN Wlchna Fans
Who's who in A. C. and U. 1 ds and Nutrition cm ., N x ome Economics Education
OTIS HARVEY Ontario, Calif. '50 " gy ' I
Music-Chorus: Band: Alpha Chi MARY ' f I 'lf lot' WILLIAM NUNN Bonham
Library icenqqiilhci LQ , Q Sigma: ii.. Government - Student l?eligiousICouncil,
and N . L. C., Mccmck .1 Iub, W. R. A., FIGS- 41-431 Tmckf Whos Wh? in T-f
RUTH HENDERSON Marshall CG . , Ciiib: E en A U, Ciub lctgllaciguatfiiulgilulinternatlonal Relations lub:
Music-Mu Phi Epsilon, Vice-Pres. '45-'46:
Mu Phi Epsilon Music Award: Who's Who in
A. C. and U.: Who's Who in N. T.,- Honor A , M xy h-i iz- ii.
Graduate Bachelor ot Music Lg 'pl Li ,U N. Masters C A moi CSTOC25 IOHN H. NUNNALLY Rising Star
i Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts Club
FLOWAYNE HOLT Denton l V
Foods and Nutrition-W. N. Masters Chemi- :" in W " ' - "
cal Society: lr. and Sr. C. L. C.: Gamma- Che try---American Chemical ociety: Y' O ' Y I- PETRASH Schulenburq
dions,- Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: Foods
and Nutrition Club, Treas. '46-'47
N. Masters Chemical Society: Math Club:
Phi Delta Kappa: Golf Team
Administrative Education-Graduate Club,
Music-Symphony Orchestra: Band: Chorus:
Beethoven Choir: Opera Workshop
AUBREY Raves D ton
Music-Phi Mu Alpha: Symphony O hes-
tra: Graduate Club
The YUCCA "Big Three," Bartley, Eisenlohr and Brock, look 0
industrious, to say the least.
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1 . - - . RFFIELD 'lx Salem, Ill. LONITA STORY Wylie
siness Ad ' 'stration--Pi Omega Pi: Sr.
. BNC.: Ca a Club,- McCracken Club
H. is HEt AR Denton
Busi - s A inistration-Pi O ga Pi: Psy-
cholog ll b: lnte ational R ations Clu
EUGENE RICHARDSON G esville - I
Chemistry-Falcon Fraternity, Pres. ' l: Inter- W THLFEN SLOAFI I l sseuvlue' '
fraternity Council: W. N. Masters hemical ' IC Educfmonqslgmff " UIIOYQI l ' d
Society, Pres. '46: American Che 'cal So- I Sf- 4' 'Y Afdensi Ameflcal ' ' 01' ' Un'
ciety - ' X X?
MRs. MARY LUNN RODGERS Guanajuato, Mex. COR up A.k"SM1TH P 'go Dallas
Spanish-Graduate Club: International Re- Hist N-Gammpdions, ex. Chi, Vice-
lations Club Pres. -'42: Kappa De - '- E. D. Criddle
Histori - ociety, Vice-P . . '46: Interna-
tion elat1 Cl : Free v - Club, Gov-
KENNETH S'r.CLA1R Andrews er r 141.142, -. :Phu Th , G' I' XJ
Music-Alpha Chi: Math Club: Concert o's Who ' and - '- uate Club
MARTHA Nr-:LL SCARBROUGH Whi - U - M - L - MAE SMITH A GSO
Chemistry--W. N. Masters Chemic ociet , P '0SO hY " ' nic!" ' ego '
Sec.-Treas. '45, Reporter '46, Vi -Pres. 1. G Ucfe C I Philosophical '
Future Teachers ot America, '- ' -'46: '
Gcnrnmadions: Sr. C. L. C.: Student ' . l
American Chemical Society: Iunior Member DEMAS STINEBOUGH Ballmer
American Chemical Society: Camera Club
Social Sciences--History Club
Education-B. S. U.: Music Club: College
Chorus: Graduate Club
1.1-:ORA IOAN TAYLOR Denton
Biology-W. N. Masters Chemical Society:
Pi Phi Beta: American Chemical Society:
Alpha Chi: Math Club: Gammadions: Mav-
ericks Club: House President's Club
WILMA THIELE Dallas
Music-Sigma Alpha Iota, Pres. '45-'46: Al-
pha Chi, Sec. '45-'46: Kappa Delta Pi: A
Cappella Choir: Graduate Club, Sec. '46-'47:
Sr. Mary Arden: Who's Who in A. C. and U.
MACK VAUGHAN Clarksville
Art-Graduate Club: Trojan Fraternity, Vice-
IAMES MCDONALD NVOOD Merkel
Music EducationgA Cappella Choir
LEON BROWN Durant, Okla.
EDN A IO ALLEN
ROSE MARIE ROYALL
BETTY ACKER Denton
NORMA ACKER Dallas
ETHEL DAVIS ADAMS Bonham
Sociology-lr. and Sr. Mary Ar-
densp Gammadionsp Delta Chi
Deltap Green Iacketsp Bonham
Clubp Alpha Chip Kappa Delta
Pip YUCCA Stat!
SARAH FRANCES ADAMS Bonham
Elementary Education--lr. and
Sr. Mary Ardensp Della Chi Del'
tap Bonham Clubp House Presif
dents' Clubp Who'S Who in A.
C. and U.
BILL ALEXANDER Bynum
BETTY ALFORD Denton
Foods and Nutrition- lr. C. L. C.p
Ellen H. Bichards Clubp Delta
Chi Deltap Who's Who in N. T.p
WhO's Who in A. C. and U.p
Gammadionsp VV. N. Masters
Chemical Societyp Alpha Chip
College Playersp Green Iackets.
EDNA lo ALLEN Garland
Sociology-lr. and Sr. Mary Ar!
densp Press Clubp Kappa Theta
BETTY ANDERSON Dallas
Mathematics -Green laclcetsg lr.
Mary Ardensp Math Clubp Gam-
DEOLVA BARNARD Iustin
Business Administration ma Gam-
FRANK M. ANDERSON Dallas MARGARET ZZRNF-PT' tl NSAC
Sociology-Psychology -Psi Chi M S A lmmls TO lon W ami
Clubp Sigma Phi Nu Q.. ilmen S Glee Club'
JOYCE ELAINE ARNOLD Gilmer
Music ucai H- .-:: P- o f'LBERT B RTI-EY Lgdonia
'g Alpha Chip House Presidents' Govern ent---Psi Chi Clubp Press
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cai ciety X . g p UCCA Statip Debate
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ical Societyp Ve - ' ubp Alpha E . ' I . . .
W , , , , usine 1. mis tion Beta
Chip House Preside Clubp At- A1 174052, e Q X
tiliate American Chemica '. 'ety p 1 ' P
BRYAN BANISTER T 'Q' NE Houston
Physical Education 7 'Liv gpm' 0' fWOm9I1'S ChOir
Greenbelt Clubp P. E. Pr - .4
al Clubp Basketballp G. . .
international Relations Clu IOYCE B - Corsicam-I
Business Administration - Phi
IOHN P. BANVARD Beaumont
Speech-College Playersp Quin-
l-l. A. BARLOW McKinney
Sigma Alphap Future Teachers
ROY W. BISHOP, IR. Hillsboro
VIVIAN MARGARET BLACK Trinidad
Speech-Quintilian Clubp Senior
C. L. C.
Physical EducatiOneW. B. A.p
P. E. Professional Clubp Green
laclcetsp Delta Psi Kappa
ELIZABETH IRENE BOGAN Dallas
Business Administration - Pi
Omega Pip Camera Clubp YUCCA
Stattp Mary Ardensp Green lack-
WINIERED IUNE BOHME Irving
Theta Pip College Playersp Ir.
and Sr. Mary Ardens
LILA MARETTE BONEY Sweetwater
Foods and Nutrition f W. N.
Masters Chemical Societyp Ellen
H. Richards Clubp Gammadionsp
lr. and Sr. C. L. C.p Foods and
Nutrition Clubp Student Religious
Councilp Symphony Orchestrap
Concert Bandp Alpha Chip WhO's
Who in A. C. and U.
VENITA KEOWN BOOTH Arlington
Spanishflohn Dewey Philoso-
CHARLES W. BOWEN Gunter
era Clubp Math Clubp W. N. Mas-
ters Chemical Society
i SEUIQRS. .Class ol,47
ARLETA JUNE BOWLES Friendswood
MuSic+Mu Phi Epsilon: A Cap-
MRS. BEULAH L. BOOHER Gainesville
Music-Ir. Mary Ardens: Wom-
en's Glee Club: Womens Choral
BILLY LOYD BOOHER Collinsville
IACK BOORMAN Denton
English-Pi Phi Pi
I-IELEN IOY BOREN Denton
Social Studies-A-Sr. Mary Ardens,-
E. D. Criddle Historical Society:
International Relations Club: Phi
CHARLES BRADLEY Mineral Wells
Accounting - Accounting Club:
G. I. X.
W. D. BRADLEY, IR. Lewisville
Music Education-Band: Sym-
phony Orchestra: Phi Mu Alpha
VELMA BHAGG Bonham
Art-Delta Chi Delta: Alpha Chi:
lr. and Sr. Mary Ardens: Green
Iaclcets: VVho's Who in A. C. and
U.: Press Club: Alpha Rho Tau:
Math Club: Gammadions
IOSEPHINE BRIDGES Denton
History-eGreen Iaclcets: Yucca
Cover Girl: International Rela-
LINA BRIGGS Dallas
BARBARA BRANNEN Haus Music-Modern Dance Club: fr.
SPG1'1iSh a . L. C.: Wonien's Choir:
CAROLYN BRANHAM Muenster I
Artelr. and Sr. C. L. C.: Hous U
Presidents' Club: Alpha Rho Tau R ERT VVE .:.--'-fi Demon
peech Press Club: College
GLBT I RANNAN Indian Gap JCIYGISI A hfl Phi OIHQQCII Quin-
BUS ess lu V, . A . Vi i - .1 : .fi . Players: Campus
' ' . ' ' C t a
DOROTTIA BRA . mr ENJBROOI4Sy J, Corsicana
Music Educatio - rnpus Ban , SIU,
V!Ome1i's Glee s - amma- 'W '
dions: Sigma Alpha . a 01
INA BRICKELL Cleburne ETTY BRO S ' emon
Business Administration-v-Kap Ho onomlcs
Kappa Kappa: Pi Omega Pi: M
Mary Ardens: Alpha Chi: ."'
era Club: Who's Who in N ., - : I-v 'L Bagwell
Whos who m A' C' cmd U' Chemist a cons: Chemistry
Club: Paris Club
DOROTHY BRIDGES Denton
English -Sigma Tau Delta: Green
B. M. Brown Mertens
Iaclcets: Ir. C. L. C.: McCracken
CHARLES BROWN Hamlin
Music Education' Gammadions:
Chapel Choir: Phi Mu Alpha:
Men's Glee Club
CAROLINE BROWN Kilgore
Music-Sigma Alpha Iota: A
Secondary Education - Lutheran
Students Association: Future
Teachers Association: Sigma Tau
Delta: Engish Club
DOROTHY ANN BROWN
PHILA MAUDE BROWN Runge
Business Administration--Ir. and
Sr, C. L. C.: House Presidents'
WARREN BROWN Fort Worth
A. VV. BRUMBELOW Kamay
G. l. X.
RAYMOND BRUNS Gainesville
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CLAIRE BRYANT Ei Dorado, Ark.
English - Gammadions: E. D.
Criddle Historical Society: Sigma
Tau Delta: Sigma Delta Pi: Phi
Alpha Theta: Kappa Delta Pi:
SCOTTY BRYANT Denton
Music-lr. and Sr. Mary Ardens:
A Cappella Choir: Women's
STEPHEN D. BUELL Denton
History and Speech - College
Players: College Chorus: A Cap-
pella Choir: International Rela-
tions Club: Museum Statt
IRA NELL BURNETT Canton
Library Service-Psi Chi Club:
lr. C. L. C.: NTAC Club: Mc-
Cracken Club,- Camera Club: Al-
pha Lambda Sigma
DOROTHY BUSH Corsicana
Library Service---Alpha Lambda
Sigma: McCracken Club: Bind-
ery Club: Corsicana Club
BILLYE BUSHEY Denton
Library ServicefAlpha Lambda
Sigma: McCracken Club
TOMMIE CABLE Saint Io
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ALDIE-BIBE CANNON Iacksboro PEARL CHERRINGTON Rayrnondviiie
Home Economics-Ellen H. Rich-
ards Club: Home and Family
Mathematics-Alpha Chi: Kappa
Delta Pi: Pi Omega Pi: Math
Club: Sr. Mary Ardens: Who's
Who in N. T. Who's Who in
A. C. and U.
IEAN CARTER li - -u
Business Administr . A
Q EORGE E. CLOWER Aivord
lnclustrial Arts--G. l. X.: lndus-
A trial Arts Club
IED CARTER Kautm
Business Adrninistr on
H. O 'RAN F t worth
L pe ch- o ege ayers' aclio
DARLENE CHA? ' Tioga P ers, -e. - ' -' .- ' Club:
Business dm illfation - Gam- nti . - Q
madi S: Ir a o Mary .Ar -
en , Pi 0 ega i' X' ij
f Xxx, LONNIE G. EHELL Athens
A 'X . - - nment
SYBIL CHAMBERS Childres
Library Service--fr. a Mary
Ardens: House Presi . Q . , A C A b
Alpha Lamb .www RZ,ineIsIjE5Kdriir1i1ilvration u my
Kappa Kap F . - 0 'X ' '
PATTON CHAPMAN Alvarado
Business Administration 7 Beta
Alpha Rho Beta: G. l. X.
BILL CHAPPELL Kaufman
Economics - Gammadions: Ora-
torio Society: Chapel Choir
RUTH ALMA COLEMAN Vanderbilt
ANNE COLLINS Abilene
Sociology -House Presidents'
BETTY RUTH COLLINS Houston
English-Gammatdions: Pi Ome-
ga Pi: Future Teachers of Amer-
ica: Sr. C. L. C.: Sigma Delta
Pi: Houston Club
Ross THOMAS COLLINS Breckenridge
Tennis: Golf: T. Club: Trojans:
Who's Who in N. T.
GWEN CONOVER Seagirt, N. I.
Music-A Cappella Choir
LESLIE REGINALD COOK Sherman
Music Education - A Cappella
Choir: Symphony Orchestra:
Concert Band: Oratorio Society:
THELMA COPELAND Weinert
Business Administration - Pi
Omega Pi: B. S. U. Council
BILLIE CoUcH Canton
Business Administration-Ir. C.
L. C.: Kappa Kappa Kappa: Sr.
i.'ZAEC.AHET COWAN Wichita Fails
Library Service ee Gammadions:
Ir. and Sr. Mary Ardens: Mc-
Cracken Club: Student Religious
Couricil: Who's Who in A. C.
and U.: Alpha Lambda Sigma
IACK Cox Breckenridge
Government-Tennis Team: Del-
ta Alpha Delta: Member Elect of
50th Legislature ot Texas
WYILMA COZAHT Fort Worth
Music EducationeMu Phi Epsi-
lonp Alpha Chip Ir. Mary Ardensg
Gammadionsy Women's Choir:
Who's Who in A. C. and U.
BETTY CRAWFORD Kerens
Art-Alpha Rho Taug Ir. C. L. C.
ELAINE CROSSLEY Eastland
Kappa Kappa: Alpha Chig Pi
Omega Pip Sr. Mary Ardensg
W'ho's Who in A. C. and U.
MARIORY IANE CUTTING Tulsa,Okla.
Music-vSigma Alpha lotag Sym-
phony Orcheslrag Concert Bandp
MARY ANN DARSEY Grapelancl
CAROLYN DAvIs Dallas
SpeechAKappa Theta Pi
RALPH DAVIS Bridgeport
Pre-Dental-Eagle Band: Sym
phony Orchestray Phi Mu Alpha
DAVID F. DAWSON Denton
Mathematics-Math Clubr Gam
matdionsg Alpha Chip Who's Who
in N. T.- W. N. Masters Chemical
ROBERT DOUGLASS Breckenridge
Music Sigma Phi Nu Phi Mu
URADEAN DRENNAN Stephenville
ocati a e Economics
llen l s Club
GLEN ELLISON Old Glory
Economics-Track Teamy G. l. X.
CARROLL EMERICK Denton
lndustrial Arts---- Industrial Arts
Clubf G. l. X.
LUCILLE ESKRIDGE Midlothian
Business Administration --Ir. and
Sr C. L. C.: Pi Omega Pip Kappa
Delta Pif Alpha Chi
SEISNQIQS. .Class ol '47
.M ll 'us
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GE .GE A. DAY ' au man
Ph ' - GENE I CAN Seymour
A I i I A, S Qumtet. In C4 SWEET Esrss Ennis
Li' L. C.- Sr. C. . 0 - Alpha Chig Mu P'1yStCGl Education
ROBERT E- ' ' ' Phi EpsilonJW - s Choir
Physics P- 1 - Q h' m
Golf Team' "' ' Gam nlvf MARTELIA EWING Rio Vista
H- A- DUN,P5g ' UIQ Spanish-Sigma Delta Pig Kappa
lndusir " Delta Pi: Alpha Chif Sr. Mary
IEAN MARIE DERRICK Wac Club Afdens
Business Administration-Ir. an
Sr. Mary Ardensg Kappa Th Q
Pip House Presidents Club P -rl RDS Dublin BENETTA FALSONE High Bank
. m .- -Ellen H. Rich- Elementary Education - Future
ards 'Q - a Delta Pig Al- Teachers Association
FLOY DERTXNG Weatherfo phil Chi
LIICILLE FARMER Weatherford
Ioi-INECE ELLIOTT Fort Worth Music Education - Womenfs
DOROTHY DIDIER Port Arthur Home EconomicsfEllen H, Rich- Choirg Future Teachers Associa-
ards Club: F. T. A.
ROSALYN PAW Eunice, N. M.
Library Service-Alpha Lambda
Sigmaf House Presidents' Clubg
Math Clubf McCracken Club
lNAELVlN EUGENE FENOGLIO
Pre-Law-E. D. Criddle Histori-
cal Society: Press Club: Chat
Stall, YUCCA Staffg Alpha Phi
Omega: Newman Clubf Phi Al-
IOHNELLE IACKSON FIESZEL Dallas
Spanish --W Gamrnadionsp Math
Clubf V!omen's Choirf Siqma
BETTY FLETCHER Muenster
IRMA FLETCHER Decatur
IEAN FORD Boqata
HENRY FORTENBERRY Greenwood
GRACE FOSTER Dallas
Music Education----College Play-
ersg Sr. C. L. C.,- Gammadions
IVNELL FOWLER V n
VIRGINIA GABBERT Wichita Falls
Business Administrationfjr. and
Sr. Mary Ardensp Delta Chi Del'
tap House Presidents' Club
T b S S BILL GAMBLE Dallas
-i tary ervice- r. ". A , , , .
Alpha im, Qjglngifgggg? gdtfcfgfrglffljg
Omega P17 MSCI englub . eachers Association: Men's Glee
IWARY ANN FRANK eaumon i V Q I I 1
Music -fe Symphon rchestrag ' I' 'Y r ' P ' Q
smug Sjmconiefta. A e O ., Foods and Nutrition 7 Elle lH.
leqelandf Sigma if: lota,- Al- C Q f " "' "" tion
prw chi, Kap site Pig zen by Sf- MGIY Afdens' CUSS
Pi Gamma- ea? Players M5593 'U
xyX1 I7 RNESTINE 2. 1 ARRETT
MEL A ' V W1f:o Sweetwater
5 , J o Q lX',XGamma- Eusine : dministration-V W. R,
dionsg .a Sr. o. Ardens, ..p Camera Club, lr. and Sr,
Pi Omega Pig Kappa '- v Pig C, L. C.
w 'c GIBSON Liberty
VILALLACE GLEN -- ' -1 H Omlcs
CHQHUSITYT' FUICOHS AREEN GIGSTED Clifton
l-listoiyn House Presidents' Club,
L' D' FRENZEL DGHGS W, R. A.: Lutheran Student As-
ELVA MOZEl.l,E GILBERT
Business Teachinq Pi Omega
Pig lr. and Sr. C. L. C.
JACK GILBERT Edgewood
Physical Education--P. E. Pro-
fessional Clubg T. Club: Falcons,
BILLIE GILMORE Perrin
Home Economics-Ellen H. Rich-
ards Clubf Home and Lite Clubg
VANDA EILEENE GOBER Wink
BEVERLY IEAN GOODHART Dallas
BILLIE REE GRANTHAM
Roswell, N. M.
DOROTHY IEAN GREER Mexia
Elementary Education lnterna-
tional Relations Clubg E. D. Crid-
dle Historical Societyg House
lIMMIE GRIFFIS Albany
Business Administration 4 Gam-
madionsy Pi Oimeqa Pip Alpha
Chi, Kappa Delta Pi
MARY XANTHA GRIMES Abilene
Psychology-Sr. Mary Ardens:
Psi Chi Club
CARL GRUBE Denton
DORIS HALL Meridian
ERMINE HALL Kilgore
Music-Mu Phi Epsilon: B. S. U.
Council: Women's Choir: Sr. C.
PAYE HAMILTON Weatherford
IOYCE HAMMOCK Winnsboro
Business Administration - Pi
Omega Pi: Sr. C. L. C.
IEAN HARPER Mexia
Business Administration -Kagh-
lirs: Green laclcets: Sr. Mary
Ardens: Alpha Chi: Gamma-
dions: lnter-Sorority Council
PAT HARRIS Amarillo
GovernmentADelta Alpha Delta
HAROLD HARTLINE Carrollton
Business Administration f Gam-
madions: Math Club: Pi Omega
Pi- Who's Who in N. T.
DAWN HAYVLEY Sweetwater
Speech-Ouintilian Club: Debat
Club: Pi Kappa Delta: Kap
Theta Pi: Gammadions' Ir. tm
. C. L. C.- College Players-
. . and Us Who's 7 o
REBA '- - I-IORNE Co sic na
Secre n . : Sciencef ' '
Alpha: '- ' .
MARIORIE HAYNIE Denton
Business Administr ' nfDelta
Chi Delta: lr. and Sr. Mary " '-
ens: Who's Who in A. C. n
U.: Alpha Chi: Pi Omega '
Green laclcets: College Pla - '
ZI-:LWANDA HENDRICK ' -
ALBERT R. HENRY IR.
ODI-:LL HEROD Albany
' ' ogy-Alpha Phi Omega'
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Foods a d Nutrition--Delta Chi
Delta- en H. Richards Club-
. v . ary Ardens
- Pi Phi
Jiistor , 13 C'
IAM S INEMAN Longview
hapel Choir: Men's Glee
THYRA HOLLEYMAN Kilgore
Home Economics-Ellen H. Rich-
ards Club: Quintilians
BETTY HUBBARD Smithfield
FRANKIE HOLMES Hillsboro
Industrial Arts-Geezles: lndus-
trial Arts Club
IUANITA HONEYCUTT Mart
Business Administration-Ir. and
HERMAN HOPKINS Krum
Physical Education-Geezles: T.
Club: Proiessional Club: Basket-
ball Team: Inter-Fraternity Coun-
MARY E. HOPKINS Denton
SPWIQQS. .Class of '47
A- - '
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Q -. I. i ds Who in NEIL HONEYCUTT Big Sandy
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SpeecheOuintilian Club: S f
phony Orchestra: Concert Band:
Football Band: College Players
RUTH HENDRICKS Anna
Business Administration - Gam-
madions: Camera Club: Pi Ome-
C. D. HODGES DeLeon
FRANCES HOFFMAN Denton
Home Economics-Ellen H. Rich-
ards: W. N. Masters Chemical
Society: Green jackets: jr. and
Sr. Mary Ardens: State Secretary
Texas Home Economics Club:
Delta Chi Delta: Kappa Delta Pi:
Alpha Chi: Who's Who in A. C.
and U.: House Presidents' Club
JAMES HOPPER Denton
Business Administration e Alpha
.JAMES HOATON Tyler
IIMMIE HOWELL Cross Plains
RUBY RUTH HUDGINS Avery
tory Council: Sr. C. L. C.
MARY LOU HUDSON Greenville
Medical Technology--N. T. A. C.
DOROTHY lACKSON Cisco
IACK IEANES Denton
Chemistry Falcons Chemistry
Clib Math Club
FRANCES IENKIINS Bonham
Advertising Art Delta
ta Sr Mary Arde
Orchestra Alpha R o au
IMOGENE IEHNIGAN Be
lndustrial Arts I nd Sr
L. C.: Industrial ' Club
Symp y h u Nagle B nd:
A e . 4 lege X'
CALVIN .- . anish FO
Business Administrati 'Q . l.
X.: Accounting Club R
ROLAND IOI-INsO6 C o cl P : -
Business Administ : OnfGam-
ROLAND IONES San Antonio
S E IONES Bonham
Economics P Phi Pi College
Players G l X
BETTY IOWELL Blum
Business Administration jr. .:l
S1 C. L. C.: House Presid t
. - - . Canton
Hom Lcono ' cs--Ellen H. Rich-
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" ' olleyball Team
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Spanish-Sigma Delta Pi,- Alpha
Chi: Kappa Delta Pi: Future
Teachers Ot America
AUBREY A. lACOBS Burkburnett
lndustrial Artsflndustrial Arts
madions: Pi Omega Pi: College
Players: Future Teachers oi
LOLA IONES Denton
Vocational Home Economics-A
Ellen H. Richards Club: lr. and
Sr. C. L. C.
I LIE KELLEY Palestine
RUBY KELLY Gainesville
Home and Family Life-Ellen H.
Richards Club: Sr. C. L. C.: Home
and Family Life Club
MORRIS KIBLER Pilot Point
COLLEEN KIDD Denton
en's Choir: Camera Club
ESTER KIRKHAM Grandtield,Olcla.
Physical EducationfP. E. Pro-
tessional Club: W. R. A.: Green
UNA PAYE KIRKSEY Arp
Physical E'ducatiOn4P. E. Pro-
fessional Club: Modern Dance
Club: Green lackets: Delta Psi
Kappa: House Presidents' Club
NETA MAE KOLB Texarkana
MARTHA ANN KUNKEL Clarksville
Library Servicee Delta Chi Del-
ta: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Chi:
Alpha Lambda Sigma: Ir. and
Sr. Mary Ardens: Gammadions:
McCracken Club: Green faclcets:
WhO'S Who in A. C. and U.
PATRICIA LUDNER Vicksburg, Miss,
Lois ANN LAM Comanche
Chemistry-Gammadions: jr. C.
L. C.: Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha
Chi: House Presidents' Club: W.
N. Masters Chemical Society:
North Texas Affiliate American
CLAY LANDERS Sanger
DOROTHY LANGI-'ORD Roxton
Kappa Kappag Gammadionsp Pi
Omega Pig Green laclcetsf lr.
LEsTER M. LAROE, IR. Leonard
Playersg Pi Omega Pig Alpha
Lambda Pif Kappa Delta Pig
LAMUEL L. LARUE Denton
Business Administration - Beta
Alpha Rho Betay Alpha Lambda
Pig Who's Who at N. T.
HELEN LATTIMER Dallas
Medical Technician-Green lack-
CHARLES LAWHON Ladonio
IANE LEFEVRE Eden
Music Education f Symphony Or-
chestraf String Sintoniettag Sym-
phonic Eondp Women's Choir:
Gammadionsg Mu Phi Epsilon
WILBUR LINDSEY Portales, N. M.
Mathematics-Math Club: Gam-
IORS. .Class ol '47
MARY KATHERINE LOTZ Beaumont
Music EducationYMu Phi Epsi-
lonp Symphony Orchestrag String
RUBY LINEHAM lucksbom IULIA LOUGHMILLER Canton
Horne E?0E0mES'Elle1gl Hidlllcglj 5 iness Administration f Pi
aras u 5 ouse rest ens , . 1: C. Ll C-
Club Q .'ATsY way Cwatesville
DOROTHA LINN Gainesvi L- Sociolo v era Club: lr. and
, . Y L C, Sr. Mary rd Sf Kappa Kappa
ess Club: McCracken Clu f A Kappa
A Lambda Sigma- Cam us .
Ch Sta LO " - I C Y Longview
Elementaryirl E ucation - Student
Religious o n 'g Elementary
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lndustrial Ar V- ustrial rl IU,
Club X P P '
A BARBARA IWA I-I LL Co Icana
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SAM LITTLE Wealheffofif O I ms, LOS cebezzems ciubf
Business Administration ll' wg N pp Theta Pj
'J L4 - s. Kountze
YVONNE LITTLEFIELD Weat :- Q Q Augie, R., ions: WOme,1's
Home Economics--Ellen H. R f Cl'1Oif: em DCIHCS' Clllbf COD'
WILMA CIIAPI-'IN LOADER lredell
Vocational Home Economics-e
Ellen H. Richards Club
VIONE MARTIN Comanche
Elementary Education - - Future
Teachers of America: Elementary
Councilf House Presidents' Club
VVILLIAM MARTIN Denton
PhysicsfPi Phi Pig Alpha Phi
Omegag Camera Clubg G. l. X.:
BRUCE MASON Cleburne
tions Clubg Pre-Law Clubf Tennis
MARY lANE MASSEY Kerens
WAYNE MATTHEWS Denton
Industrial Arts-Falcons: lndus-
trial Arts Club
MARIORIE LVTATTISON Fort Worth
Chemistry---W. N. Masters Chern-
icol Societyp Math Clubf Alpha
Chip Sr, C. L. C.: Student Aftil'
iate Chapter American Chemical
Societyf House Presidents' Club
FRANCES NlEDLIN Dallas
Elementary Education W House
Presidents' Clubp Sr. C. L. C.f
ALBERT MIIQESKA Seymour
Industrial Arts--Football Teamg
T Clubg Track Team
LAARGUERITE MILKE Dallas
Foreign Language 7-Whos Who
in N. T.: Alpha Chi,- Sigma Delia
HUGH D. MILLICAN Grapevine
Physics e- Alpha Phi Omega
N Mas ters
ABRAM A. MILLAR Eldorado
EDVVINA MILLER Coleman
Library Service4Future Teachers
of America: McCracken Club
ELIZABETH ANN MILLER Spearman
Education-Speech - Elementary
Council: Press Club: Quintilian
Club: Future Teachers ot Amer-
ELIZABETH MILLER Longview
ANDREW MOON McAllen
Business Administration G I X
BEATRICE MOORE Granbury
Business Administration H e
IA K E MORGAN A onha
LORAINE MCCLELLAND Rio Vista
Elementary Education Elemen
tary Council Future Teachers ot
America Radio Players Ir and
HENRY MCCREIGHT Anson
Pre Med Troians Gamrnadzons
i Phi Beta W N Masters Chen
H cal Society
Ewis V c ONALD en n
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urn IS es b Campus
jhat sic , --- Q ciiii,
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pha Lambda Pi: W. R, A.: Sr.
' ary Ardens: Concert Band
A Accounting+Pi Omega Pi: Al-
o' E MCKEEVER Palmer
Library Service - Gammadions:
McCracken Club: Alpha Chi:
Kappa Delta Pi: Alpha Lambda
IDA LEA MONROE Denton
BILL MoRRIs , ' a h
IULIA I X, NPAlot P t
Fg' a a n-Ir. C. L.
in . I. .,a. SXDe1fQ PI,
Sigma au elta: ernaiion
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Iohn Dewey Phiioso lub-
Who's Who in A. C o
THOMAS MURPHY McKinney
HOWARD MCBEE Blum
Business Administration P Fal-
cons,- Pi Omega Pi: Industrial
Vocational Home Economics--
Home and Family Lite Club: El-
len H. Richards Club
SARA FRANcEs MCKEON Sherman
Sociology - Ellen H. Richards
Club: Camera Club
IACK MCLANE Honey Grove
RUBY NELL MCMAHAN Sherman
IOHN MCMILLIN Fort Worth
Social Science- -G. I. X.: Student
Religious Council: International
YVONNE MCMURRAY Dallas
Business AdministrationfPhi Sig-
ma Alpha: Sr. Mary Ardens: Gam-
maolions: Pi Omega Pi: Green
Iaclcets: Inter-Sorority Council:
International Relations Club
BARBARA NEAL Newcastle
lnidustrial Arts-P. E. Profession-
al Club: Student Religious Coun-
cil: House Presidents' Club, ln-
dusirial Arts Club
A. G. NELSON Chickasha,Okla.
Biology- Pi Phi Beta: G. l. X.
VERNON NELSON Chiclcasha,Okla.
Psychology PsyAChi Club: G.
FRANK NEVILLE Henrietta
Business Administration-Pi Phi
CAROLYN NORMAN Longview
HAROLD NORTHCUTT Beaumont
CATHERINE O'CONNER Coahorna
Home Economics-Newman Club:
Ir. and Sr. C. L. C.: Ellen H. Rich-
ards Club: Home and Family
Club: Student Religious Council
BILL OGLESBY Wichita Falls
Physical Education-Talons: T
Club: Football Team
CLARENCE L. OLIVER Denton
Industrial Artsflndustrial Arts
Club: Beta Alpha Rho Beta
SUE OWEN Denton
SEl'llQl2S. .Class ol ,47
HARRY BRADLEY PAPE Winters
CATHERINE PARKER Dallas
Elementary Education S House
Presidents' Club: Future Teach-
BILLY PATTERSON Dallas
Phi Omega: G. I. X.: Falcons:
Track Team: T Club
. HARVEY PATTERSON Collinsville
ers ot America: Elementary Coun- I
CH. Sr. C. L. C. .. rial Ars-Geezles: lndus-
m ili i u
HOMER PARKER Dall I. ,E
ihysifs DG F?lU2e TSQGCFESIS BERRY ' N Wichita Falls
memes' ' ' " COM mas ez History L. . Criddle Historical
IOY E PARKER alco A M '
M matics - ammadq' Pi BE Y PE :. Demon
Om 1: Merchandtlhn Kappa Theta Pi:
MARY PAR? Dem xgigjjjfmygj ClPdASrCMsIrZ
Music Educai - r. Mary - X ., MPM I D 'P-
tdens: Sigma A : A Cap- X I ga 1
pella Choir: Women hoir: Al- ,Qf
Phu Chl MARIELQ A' --.2 --: ater
, V c onal Home Economics-H
HARRY WEEKS D9 ty . Richards Club: W. N.
lOllI'1'1C1llSI2'lfClhQl Slfllfj 1 plftjy V yt 'H , Chemical Society, Ir' and
Phi Omega: Press ,,, .... -Uk Ome and Family
Tau Delta: Gammadions le 5 -, ge Concert Band
SANGSTER PARROTT Woo .
Library Service- Student Religi- REX PERRY TYG
ous Council: McCracken Club: Business Administration
Sr. C. L. C.: Sigma Tau Delta:
Gammadions: Future Teachers
LORAINE PETRIE Denton
of America: Who's Who in A. C.
GEORGE PETRIE Denton
RAY PHILLIPS, IR. Whitesboro
Business Administration - Eal-
cons: Pi Omega Pi
DAMON WADE PoLIc Brownwood
Industrial Artselndustrial Arts
JANET FRANCES POLLARD
Library Service S Gammadions:
lr. Mary Ardens: Alpha Lambda
Sigma: Camera Club
IOI-INNY PORTELE Marlin
VARINA POWELL Sherman
Music-Sigma Alpha Iota: Kap-
pa Kappa Kappa: Ir. Mary Ar-
dens: Gammadions: Alpha Chi:
Who's Vlfho in A. C. and U.:
Stage Band: Symphony Orches-
tra: String Orchestra
MARTHA JANE PRESTON Midland
Library Service-Sr. Mary Ar-
dens: Alpha Lambda Sigma: Eu-
ture Teachers of America: Mc-
PATRICIA PRICE Longview
Art-Alpha Rho Tau
HERSI-IAL PRINDLE Hamlin
Chemistry - Chemistry Club:
Math Club: Camera Club
LOEY PROCTOR McKinney
Accounting - Falcons: Gamma-
dions: College Players
IERRY QUINN Thebes, Illinois
Sociology-Alpha Rho Tau: Psi
Chi: Press Club
MAC RAMSEY Atlanta
Physical Education-P. E. Profes-
sional Club: Talons: Concert
MODENA RAPER Throckmorton
Foods and Nutrition-Ir. Member
Dallas Dietitics Association: Fu-
ture Teachers ot America: Ellen
H. Richards Club: Foods and
SHIRLEY RAY Denton
Home Economics-Delta Chi Del-
ta: Green Iackets: Alpha Chi:
Kappa Delta Pi: lr. and Sr. Mary
Ardens: Ellen H. Richards Club:
Gammadions: College Players:
V!ho's Who in A. C. and U.
IVIARTHA REESING Craniills Gap
English-Sigma Tau Delta
DOROTHY REIN Deer Park
Biologyelji Phi Beta
MABEL ROBINSON George West
English-Sigma Tau Delta: Al-
GERALDINE ROHNE Cranfills Gap
Home Economics-W, N. Mas-
ters Chemical Society: Ellen H.
Richartds Club: Home and Fam-
BILLIE IOE RI-IEA e ! NY Life Club
Home Economi ngdion -
Ellen H. Rich , ,Nb bi HO . . V. MARIE ROYALL Athens
and Family Life Cl : W. ' Speech-Kappa Kappa Kappa:
Masters Chemical So iety: C. . , . : -: - . ". ' zz -Q ni-
C. era Club: Quintilians: Coll e
. - . YUCCA Ouee - use
L ents u : nter-S ority
MARILYN RICE ' Ferris CU
Home E . -lltizfn H. Rich. ,,
ards 9 . Q nv QGQBQ Kagna HUB '. IN Dallas
X -f Music duca on-Band: Sym-
A QM phon 9 estra: Aces of Col-
MA 49' Wills Poi t --- - d: jewish Campus Club
Business Administroti - - Crani-
IUUCHOUSI' If- Und Sf- lm Af' ROTHY RUMSEY Cleburne
dens R .b , w
I rary Service-I.. and Sr. C.
Q- C.: Press Club: International
A : tions Club: McCracken Club
MARY NELLE RILEY Price
gggical Technology C P1 phi LYDIA RYSTAD Clifton
GEORGE ROBERTSON Denton
Govemmem A pl-e,LUW Club: BI-:VIE SANDERS Hillsboro
YUCCA Stall: Gammadions: Psi Business Administration - P1
Omega Pi: Alpha Lambda Pi
Q , ,
WILLIAM I-I. SANDERS Decatur
IAMES Sci-IELI. Denton
WALTER SCHOENEELD Denton
Speech-Alpha Phi Omega: lew-
ish Campus Club: College Play
EVERETT SECREST Tioga
Physics - Gammadions: Math
Club: W. N. Masters Chemical
Society: Alpha Chi: Who's Who
in N. T.: Who's Who in A. C.
OWEN SHIPP Lueders
Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts
Club: Pi Phi Pi: Alpha Phi Ome-
DARWIN SHIPMAN Vera
SHIRLEY SHROPSHIRE Fort Worth
Art-Modern Dance Club: Band:
Alpha Rho Tau: Swimming Team
ELLIE SHULTS May
Speech-Quintiliansf Ir. and Sr.
C. L. C.g House Presidents' Cluby
Press Clubg Campus Chat Staff
IOHN SIMMONS Navasota
Government - Falcons: Pre-Law
Club,- Delta Alpha Delta
BILLIE SIMS Chillicothe
Foods and Nutrition-Sr. Mary
Ardensg Ellen H. Richardsg House
L. C. SLIMP, IR. Decatur
Government-Trojansg Delta A1-
H. B. SOUTHALL Vernon
EARLINE SPIKES Cleburne
dionsf Elementary Councilf Sr.
C. L. C.
BILLIE Io SMITH Longview
Business Teaching-Pi Omega
Pip Kappa Delta Pig Alpha Chip
Camera Clubp Gammadions
SEUIQRS. .Class ol ,47
H. L. SMITH Rockwall
IEAN SMITH Wichita Falls
Music Education-Sigma Alpha
DAVE SPENCER Pittsburg
Industrial Arts-Geezlesy lndus-
trial Arts Club
lotap Gammadionsg Sr. C. L. C.: IO N SPENCER , 4 , gs irq
Alpha Chi: Symphony Orches- f. nessfldministration- eez es
tray String Sinfoniettap Pit Ot'
chestra,- Aces ot Collegeland A
+L ' E SPM' Bellevue
Busines -':' 1 istration-Future
lo ' Gmpekmd Teacher ol Americag Talons
" ysical Education
MARY .1 . - . - . . e ig ELLEN SQU HKQS I Nacogdoches
Musick x , , - . v, ns' Music Educa -Women's
Gammadio '- UPF elta '- Choir 7 'll '
Aipha chi, ma Alpha lo - S Vg,
VVomen's Choir I
ELLA Mfg 2-I - , -r sas
OPAL SMITH All Eduw OU
Business Administration -
' V lb ISi,lEAN.:tS K Frisco
H-BSOUTHERIY A 1 For " Home 'sfEllen H. Rich-
p1'9'LUW'P1 Phi P1 ards ,' Chemistry Club
DAN SPALDING Sadler
Mathematics and PhysicsAAlpha WILSON STARK Dallas
Phi Omega: Math Clubg Camera Business Administration - Beta
Alpha Rho Beta
RICHARD STEAD Denton
Chemistry f Gammadionsf Math
Club: Chemistry Club: Marching
DOLLIE STEELE Iowa Park
BURL STIFF Denton
Speech-Editor, Campus Chat:
Editor, Avestap Beta Alpha Rho
Betag College Players: Who's
Who in A. C. and U.
MARGARET STONE Alvin
Business Administration-Ir. and
Sr. Mary Ardensf Newwman Club
JEAN STOREY Clarksville
Speech-Ouintilian Club,- Cam-
era Clubf Future Teachers of
America: Debate Club
IANE STRACENER Electra
Music Education-Ir. Mary Ar-
densf Women's Choirg Symphony
Orchestra: Pit Orchestra: Sym-
phonic Bandg Marching Band
MARY FRANCES STRADER Era
Secretarial Science -- Gamma-
dionsg lr. and Sr. C. L. C.: Pi
Omega Pig House Presidents'
IACK STRICKLAND Midlothian
History-Phi Alpha Theta
RICHARD STRICKLIN Amarillo
Industrial Arts-Industrial Arts
tilian Club: Sr. C. L. C.: Radio
S eech--College Players:
Business Administration - Alpha
IIMMIE SWINDLE Collinsville
Business Administration - Garn-
madions: Alpha Lambda Pi
MARY MARGARET SYRERT Hallsville
Music-House Presidents' Club:
BERYL TALBOT Abilene
Economics-A Cappella Choir
LEE TRAXLER Corpus Christi
Sociology-Camera Club: Ellen
IOHNNIE ED TATE Dallas
Business Administration H Pi
Omega Pi,- Delta Chi Delta: Ir.
and Sr. Mary Aztdens: Green
SARA TURNEY Dublin
Library Science-Ellen H. Rich-
BENNYIE TAYLOR I I 5 ' Q ards: Ir. C. L. C.: House Presi-
BUSHIGSS Admmlst ' . dents' Club: McCracken Club:
,' . . .1 V U '
Pi Omega Pi H
OLGA LEIGH UNDERwooD Carbon
SARA TAYLOR Marsh 01119 COHOUHCS- GH - '- h'
Business Adminw r I I ards Clu : IW. N. Masters C mi-
ll G I
ANNE TERRY C Beaumont
Music . Cgfjo X Y E ' L - - R cxc Dublin
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ITM ? Pso XIX' XFRCQ
I 'lb L ' G 1 I IPFST ye s ' - : ZABETH VANCE Mansfield
HlUuceA Sinn res! H S U Home EconomicsiEllen H. Rich-
Q ards Club
LAVERNE TIMBER A ' my
Library Ser I Q I - II II 'ZEWQ LAVERN VANDERGRIFE
Club: Alpha a fd Sigma: I I I Icmmuton
press Club: III CI I CI, Quin. Business Administration-Inter
national Relations Club: Zeta Pi
KATY TOMPKINS Ringgold
Art-Phi Sigma Alpha: Green DONNA WALLER -A-1bCmY
Jackets: Sr. Mary Ardens: Alpha Home EconomicsiPhi Sigma AI-
Rho Tau pha,- Ellen H. Richards Club
,4 '4 If A
WiLI.IAM VVLALTERS Wichita Falls
Business Management and Or-
ganization-Falcons: G. I. X.
EMMA FULWILER Boerne
Spanish+Sigma Delta Pi: Gam-
niadions: Alpha Chi: Kappa Delta
Pi: Future Teachers of America
M. B. WARD, IR. Alvin
Physical Chemistry-Math Club:
Alpha Phi Omega: W. N. Mas-
ters Chemical Society: Camera
Club: Who's Who in N. T.: Who's
Vlfho in A. C. and U.
MAURICE WATERS Bridgeport
Biology-Geezles: T Club: Foot-
SARAH G. WATERS Arp
MARY Io WATKINS Wichita Falls
Business Administration - Worn-
en's Choir: Phi Sigma Alpha
BOBBY WEBSTER Texarkana
DAN WEEDON Denton
LYNDOL VVYELCH Stephenville
GENE WEST Clayton, Alabama
REGINALD CONWAY WESTMORELAND
Iournalism-NTAC Club: Quin-
tilians: Press Club: YUCCA Stott
CHESTER WETSEL Stoneburg
JOHN H. WHITE Dalhart
Business Administration ee Eal-
BETTY XIVILDER lndianola, lowa
Art -Art Club: Sr. Mary Ardens
SEDIQRS. .Class ol ,-47
BONNIE WILDER lndianola, Iowa
D. E. WILLIAMS Italy
Business Administration - Pi
DOUGLAS WILLIAMSON Talpa
MusicfStage Band: Dance Band:
Gammadions: Beta Alpha Rho
Beta: Math Club: Phi Mu Alpha:
Symphony: Concert Band
BETTY WILSON Ranger
Business Administration - Phi
Sigma Alpha: lr. Mary Ardens:
House Presidents' Club
Tl-IELMA DORIS WIRGIS Fort Worth
Home Economics-Ellen H. Rich-
ards Club: Home and Family
Lite Club: Future Teachers ot
IANELL WOOD Paducah
Speech-Debate Club: Pi Kappa
Delta: Alpha Chi: Who's Who
in A. C. and U.: Who's Who in
N. T.: College Players: Ir. and
Sr. Mary Ardens: Kappa Theta Pi
ORA SUE VVORD Higgins
VALRIA WORD Paris
Iournalismfllelta Chi Delta: Sr.
C. L. C.: Press Club,- Business
Manager Student Publications
IANNETTE WRIGHT Vernon
Foods and Nutrition---Ellen H.
Richards Club: Foods and Nu-
MILDRED VIRIGHT Denton
Elementary Education - Elemen-
MARILYN YARRELL Dallas
Speech-College Players: lr. and
Sr. Mary Ardens: Kappa Theta
Pi: Women's Forum: Who's Who
in A. C. and U.
RACHEL YOUNG La Rue
ELIZABETH YOUNGBLOOD Ft. Worth
Government-Delta Alpha Delta:
Sigma Tau Delta: Alpha Chi:
Kappa Delta Pi: Green laclcets:
W'ho's VVho in N. T.: Who's Who
in A. C. and U.: Editor, Campus
Chat: Editor, YUCCA: Camera
LOUISE GARRETT Athens
Home Economics-Sr. Mary Ar-
IAMES H. GOODE, IR. Denton
Government - Editor, YUCCA:
Who's Who in A. C. and U:
Who's Who in N. T.: Alpha Chi:
Kappa Delta Pi: E. D. Criddle
Historical Society: Phi Alpha
Theta: Delta Alpha Delta: F. T.
A.: Press Club
ERNEST RAY HUDSPETH Cleburne
pha Chi: Pi Phi Beta: Women's
BETTY IANE IONES Gatesville
MARRIVCNE JONES Mexia
Foods and Nutrition-Phi Sigma
Alpha: W. N. Masters Chemical
Society,- Gammadions: Ir. and
Sr. Mary Ardens: Ellen H. Rich-
IANICE KENNEDY Dallas
MARTHA ELLEN SHIVELY Ft. Worth
Music-Delta Chi Delta: Sigma
Alpha Iota: A Cappella Choir:
XVomen's Choir,- College Players:
Sr. Mary Arden: House Presi-
IO BETH TAYLOR Sonora
Elementary Education- -Elemen-
tary Council: F. T. A.
SARAH ALICE SCOTT
0 Cowan reads a litile anecdote preserved for posterity
Adams' Edward Bellah, Gordon
New Orleans, La. ,
Anderson' Bentley S Berglund, Mary Helen
Anderson, Mrs. Nan 1 N
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T " Bird, if E lu ,,
Bailey, Charlie p' ng D
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Baker, Huey Blackshire, Elizabeth
Weathertord Morrilton, Ark.
Baker, Virginia Gainesville
Barnes, Mary Helen
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Barr, Mary Anna
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Brothers, Mary A
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O Not a man from Mars, just an Industrial Arts stuldent. Dallas
Roswell, N. M.
Class ot ,453
I North Texas does not offer courses in astronomy, students Y
must learn the hard Way.
Busch, Alma Cleere, Ann
Mom Belvieu Madisonville I
Bush, Charles Clotiaux, L. I. I
Ennis Beaumont 1
Buster, Lavon CO dolph - I loyd
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fo o ins, Neoma
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MCCGHWY Fort Worth lc
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Elders, Roy Victoria y i
Weatherford g E'
Emerick, Billie Marie
Errnis, Artie Ray
Another astronomy class holds session by the 0
Manual Arts Building.
Artists sketch cz quiet scene as the photographers grind away 0
Graham, Glenna l
9 F Gram! Bill Hames, Cletis
.. Paris Ranger
Grant, Elsie Hardy' Hope I
Fort Worth Bfldgepoft
I 'Y-X? Hare Louise
K Q Graves, Ah - 'f Q g New , don
Qexark na f
Harp , 1 ces '
, Gm h rw' illsboro
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Q ll a- ce
A Green, M y I 'm in I Denton
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Grisha I , Pieri, 6 DSHTOYI
A A ' sf on
""' ,if-' ' Y Ha Vard, Lena Rose
Longvie a ,Armender
y I ' 'ii' HGH, Dorothy Haynes, Daisy
Rockwflll Heynes, Elizabeth
Hearn, Howard Wade
0 Some come to the Library to study . . . others dont Italy
Class of '48
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0 The college bindery binds books, of all things.
Howell, Howard Hewell
Huffman, Sadie lane
' if i
Hendrix, Gwen Duff Huggins, Sam
-9 Dallas Dallas
Hiett, Margaret Hu I -f gto oe
X j Comanche
Hill, ' l
N . ,d ls n,lo
o., mr . V hitesboro
Hink, Alice 'df - K '
D Ejrk, lv , eo a d mloie - f't -
Hodges' Gene 21 lio ert Lee , .
,,. Iac 4 o lle
Hoffman, Beryle "
Ver ' ckson, Melba
l'lOllI1'lCI1'1, Claude Fqfmefgville
De " Os son bert
5 S Chillicothe
A Hogue, Monty
J Denison ,, ,
' all Holland, Walter lackson' Yvonne E
it McKinney Groves Q
ffl, lacobi, Ann ':-' I '
3 Electra H
'R f Hollier, lean
V lill C ' Holman, Ruth Louise
li Gainesville Eligible bachelors hearken
Holzman, lo Anne
P Y, Ienki ns, Gloria
The Blue Notes say farewell before joining Sonny Dunham. 0
P Ieter, Howard
Iohnson, C. E. Keck, Mack L.
Iohnson, Mary Ruth Kee, BurHiCe C.
Iohnston, ' a ie D ' A e' 'E' ! t
-4 axaha hie X ec rg
- Kelly, C. C. ,-1
Iohn H' P ' J , ABM Lewisville
Ke , ouglas
Iones, G ria 4' Fort Worth
nl -'B9' fx' . , ivian
,. lones, 'la A Dallas
. A g Ki VVanda
Iordcml Icmeth Grandtield, Okla.
Lrg Electf TO l'l, Robert
up Iulian, Ierrel Demon
A M ifi' A ornmerce
Iungbecker, Arline Kinzy Iecm
Houston Fort Worth
A Keathley, Billie
0 Rosie gets a bit of notoriety as YUCCA Queen.
Kladiva, Georgia Iean
Knox, I. A.
Class of '48
Maddin, A. E.
Maguire, Dan L L
St. Louis, Mo. N
0 Robertson and Anderson plus cz piano equals "Chopsticks." Dallas
Kohlman, Earl Martin, IQ Rue
lowa Park Donna
gl R Kuykendall, Mary LU. Massey' Ieqnne
Q, - Bonham Kaufman
xi' Kyle, Beverly , A 50
CQ . S e M lfer, Loyai ri
Land y Q mie . , , D GSO
X Ort , Nh m a hews, i - -
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Langford, Keith L "
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Langston, C. W. fl ' L I GUY HTOT1
' Meach ' 'ar aret
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Laster, Home Lou
Q ham, Marjorie
L.9Clll'1, N9lWYH Fort Worth
Longvie L ,X
Leonard, Barbara Mikel' lohmie
Tulsa, Okla. FOTHQY
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Lester, Marjorie u In
Levi, Nancy Virginia
Owle Della Chis are always lirsl in line for refreshments, 0
l Moore, Iohnnie
And Bruce Hall was born.
Miller, Patsy Ruth
Moran, Lelia Fay
I-lPO's hearken to gems of wisdom flowing 0
from Mr. Coopers lips.
McCullar, Betty lo
Wichita Falls Mullenix, A ordq Q M 5' nel' Alem I
X. W Q in 1, uite
Mum . McD niel, ...e
' L 'I' H 'rx Ben Hur
V ,M L
if- ' , Wister
Myers, Th mas X lr N Mart
W XWA' --- 9 sebud
Myrick, oye ' Chico
Q Farmer ill
X c e, Guy
McAfee, Louise I George West
Longview Mc 1 ght Mary I
McC1anahan, B. F Cehnq
McLean, Billy Bob
McClelen, Doris McLeod, Edith
Seymour Fort Worth
McCoy, Mary Glenne
Class of '48
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Pickard, Myra Ray A, ii,
Fort Worth W lf
0 Guest legislators shook hands, but found few babies to kiss.
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Newmcmlo Porter, A. A. ff' "t:- if
NCIVCISOKI Colorado City
NiCl1OlS, MCITY Pugh, Dorothy in, D
Port Worth Dentgn
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Ochsenbein, Patricia + M
Texarkana P fy' .L " "
O J Dlboll A. .31 1
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PTT Ouls Plum P ' - rz M 3
j ' , XX Gainesville A
Parks, Betty ,J '
on 'f s a el
Patterson, Ionnie V N A Mols
Denton ' Ray, Q .
Payne, Frances lean
Hemp A eacly, lack
Pearson, lohn E. Melissa
Wlchlta U L Q - 5 vle : t
Pennington, Omadell Reed' Betty
Reves, Mary Elizabeth
Pennock, Virginia Demon
Marshall 1 I
Frat members have been known to drink milk. 0
Phillips, Rose Mary
' 'Ja W
Canton Prois Smith and Marquis receive Zeta Pis first quests
f 9 A W Richardson, Raoul Rose' Louise D t
A 45 f if-A Marshall en on
A , t L W Zgn Richmond' Robert Rowell, Edna Mae
3 X 1 Olney Iowa Park
Rister, Tho 4 1 Ho ton
X HCI 1' ust,D ar fd if
ROCIC I . i sing, CGSOH
A A ?0. is A
J Sshlef-as lsinore k
Roberts, C arle l "4 Denton l W
Xl -,. on Scott, lim
nl X - 5 Tulia
Roberts, Matti '
Sc t, Sara Alice
Robertson, Clifford D. r. - W
R bert Lee . r' amen
vor Sealy, Billie
Robinson, David Sellers, Louise
, , Weatherford VVUIUUT SIUUUQS
Mobile, Alabama Sewell, Bennie ,Y
0 Dorm life is wonderful . . . Denton
ll , Shelley, Gerald
5 1 ' Itasca
Class of l-48
0 The Eagle squad spreads its wings.
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Stephens, Mary CQ
Stewart, Bernice it
Short' luhc Stewart, Elaine
Shultz, Nellita lane Stewart Lou
Parkin, Ark. Snyder
Anna Stewart, Mary
Smith, Dorothy lean Ongvlew
Sherman Stinebaugh, Aileen
Smith, Mrs. Edith A'
Demon si. John, Major
Smith, Iuanita Sherman ff
Procter Stobaugh, Margaret ' W
Fort Wayne 1" - i sg,pi.f25 , we
Smith, Loreta fit' ' f 'SW if
U Street, Myra
Sm1th'LYnG Fort Worth W Q ,
Cross Plains , -
Sullivan, Peggy 'uf
Woodson ,e f
Smith, Martha Io
Pittsburg 'L X ygi, , I
Smith, Rubye Summers' HG ii if A
Snodgrass, Iulia 1 ene
Valley View 5jnSr2?Hr213?OZ'1CgySCi1lIEeplC1YS her tonsils . . . Davis and Wood 0
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' E Taylor, Mayvee
W Tenery, Iacqueline
We had trouble getting this past the censors
This-baud, Bobbie Tfcsterl Eldon it i
Overton Demon , C fn T
Thomas, Doris TY9Yb1Qf DOTOTIIY htykitzt 'i" 'A Q M 5
Ponder SCU'1AI'llO1'llO , V 2 K A
by ' u le, Ioseph
Thomaso , TrQf il pt , rthur
Tho ton ,
. ' Tunnell, Le ern
Tho pso ' 9 y ' 1 'F rand Saline
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T, , inis
Thgmp nfli 'X VVCIXCIl'1CICl1lG
ft' Mx? ,iywfsfi I vid
Thom On, Q Carrollton
Va ghn, Helen
Thurman, lack emon
Dem V g N. R.
W' ' F ll
Tisdqie, Doroth ICM C' S
Q Yeager, Claryce
Torgerson' Henry Voltin I Marcus
Wair, A. H.
0 Haney and Bass hide the tall glasses and pose tor a picture. Haskell
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0 Bartley finally got in a picture.
Whitl P- Felton
Walling, Frances 7 N V. 'Chitty PC1115
'f unda J
Walsh' ' I . Wlitley, el-1I0llOl:'
'Fj'V 2115 F0115 xr Honey Cfrove
"fl Wil or 4
Walston, Bob v Vw OIUGY
Vern 'J' 1 .
Ward, Elmer Wi Nh' if.
' ilburn, o
, oose Creek
Watkins Marie 1keY'BettY
e Q 3 Q
Wilson, ' arles
MCGTGQOT Mr. Miller tells his Business Law class all about his 0
Weir, Arnold lean
Vtfoodsl ROY lack 0 Brock and Aclcer accomplish the neat-impossible.
J, I Maybin and frienlds enhance the natural beauty of the
f Post Office.
5 Yocham, Christine
Class oi 48
is - lt 0 Neal and Love look dignified for Blaloclc's camera.
0Th 't fD t t t h'ld f ll 'I I 'th
0 Beichman, Broadfoot, and Buick vie lo steal the picture. Q jtggiqilt Gin gieiigjcgtrigth ren mm CO egm 9 Gu OS W1
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S ecre tary
Adkins, loyce Hillsboro
Aaee, Peggy Nocona
Allqood, Polly Clyde
Allison, Lou Ellen Dallas
Ammon, Patsy Longview
Anderson, Allen De Leon
Anderson, Arnold Denton
Archibald, Luther Mart
Ard, Alice Seagoville
Arledge, Eugene K. Dallas
Arledge, Louise Pandale
Arnold, Robert Nocona
0 Wedding bells tor Ex Doyle Horsley . . . Dr. Hibberd
congratulates as Lynch smiles.
Another case ol rigor mortls so prevalent in 0
ET's football squad.
Beaty, Milton Eugene
I Enter'crcte with cz coke at Pep Rally.
Beene, Ioy Boyse City
Belcher, Hazel Krurn
Bender, Robert Des Moines, lowa
Bennett, Barbara Fort Worth
Bennett, Douglas Alpine
Berry, Frances Newcastle
Bewley, lean Gainesville
Biggers, loanne Bonham
Billrnan, loe Fort Worth
Bilyeu, Dolores Dallas
Bishop, Bill Denton
Blackmon, Warren McKinney
The cheerleaders waltz ahead of students down Avenue A. 0
Bolls, Martha Nan
Bragg, Ioe Ann
Brooks, Bulord E.
0 And the punch flowed like wine
'While Labat and company look on thirstily. 0
Browne, U. W.
Buckner, lo Ann
Burch, Mary Frances
I Cheerleaders make like lndians around traditional bonfire.
Busey, Gloria Decatur
Bynum, Bettie Waxahachie
Cain, H. L. McKinney
Caldwell, Annette Marshall
Caldwell, loe Buck Kaufman
Callaway, Nell Mt. Calm
Campbell, M. Dell Iasper
Campbell, Thornton Dell Ringgold
Canant, Maurice Texas City
Canant, Maurine Texas City
Candler, Bob Mobeetie
Cantrell, Kathleen Dalhart
Wliile students are unimpressed . . . 0
Carmichael, Mary lim
Caston, L, P.
l A I . L, .,
Class ol 49
Clark, C. P. Ennis
Clark, Mira Denton
Clary, Sally Bonham
Clement, Billy Era
Clement, Mildred Era
Brock, LeRoy Waxahachie
Coffey, Bill Colorado City
Colemen, Doris Mart
Cook, limmie Graham
Cope, Marian Pearsall
Copeland, Barbara Dallas
Copeland, Sam Odessa
0 Three young tdamsels and the qolf couzsef what else?
Convertibles . . . they love 'em. 0
Coleman, Floys Dean Kirvin
Collier, Ruth Wichita Falls
Collins, lane Abilene
Combest, Marshall Princeton
Compton, M. C. Celeste
Couch, Ioe Denton
Conly, lohn Daingertield
Cooper, lane Madisonville
Holloway, Harold Cleburne
Boss, Gerldine Corsicana
Schubert, Fred Houston
Walker, Billeye Paris
I These pep rally pictures have no end.
Cox, Glenn Greenville
Cox, Iuanita Denton
Crawford, Bettye Bockwall
Crawford, Katherine Fate
Crawford, Earl Gordon
Crockett, David Colby Dallas
Crockett, Gene Dallas
Cross, l. O. Malone
Crow, Doris Hearne
Crownover, Ruth Seymour
Crurnbley, Ted Dallas
Cull, Charles Yakina, Washington
Shades of Belle Starr otherwise, Los Cabelleros. 0
Class ol '49
Davis, Katherine Eldorado
Davis, O. l.. Lorneta
Davis, Zelma Brownwood
Dawson, E. C. Waxahachie
Dawson, lrving Bellevue
Day, Floy Denton
Day, loe McKinney
Day, loy Denton
Denney, Roy Stratford
Dickey, Charles Pottsboro
Dickie, Winston Woodson
Dickson, Ioy Vtfinnslooro
0 The band arrives to make niirsic for Eagle well-wishers.
Ray Wyatt's physfognomy elects him Cheer leader. 0
Dixon, Lameta Kerens
Dodson, Glynn Farmersville
Donoho, Ava Fort Worth
Dowell, larnes Breckenridge
Dowis, Ie-aneane Grapevine
Downing, lean Graham
Downs, Lila Springtown
Dubberly, Ina Ruth CMrs.l Prosper
Dudek, Marshall Dallas
Dupuis, Elaine Port Arthur
Dyer, Gloria Dallas
Earles, Billy Bardwell
I These people advocate no smooching on the dance floor.
Edwards, Charlsie B. Littlefield
Eeds, Elizabeth Santa Anna
Elam, Frances Dallas
Elkins, Wilma Bonham
Elliott, Christine Kilgore
Ellis, E. S. Thornton
Ellis, lsabel Marshall
Ellis, lack Greenville
Essary, lames Bonham
Evans, I. H. Farrnersville
Everett, Betty Fort Worth
Farish, La Voyce Corsicana
Howard is entirely too old Zo be playing with dolls. 0
Goble, Paul A.
Gandy, I. L.
Garrison, Marie W.
0 The pride and joy and future hope of the campus sororities.
Cloak and dagger antics in the Mary Arden Lodge. 0
Gray, L. E.
Pierre, S. D.
0 The Stage Show sponsors cz lecture by Speer on the black arts,
Harmon, Norma Weathertord
Harper, Don Sealy
Harris, Mary Tulia
Harris, Sam Clarksville
Hartline, limrny Denton
Hatter, lames Bed Springs
Havran, Leona Knox City
Hawkins, Lucille Fort Worth
Hawthorne, Ieannine Mexia
Hearne, Bay Dallas
Henderson, Iuanita Bryson
Hendrick, Wayne McKinney
The Music Library obviously class segregation. O
Hendrick, Ola Marie
ss ol 49
Hornheck Buoert Sulphur, Olcla.
Horton Nita Mineola
0 Nursery schoolers inspect print shop . pressrnan
Students always smile when waiting to see the Dean. O
A -M --'-- H H
0 Angels-to-be get in a little practice, courtesy Harp Ensemble.
lennings, Roland Dallas
lett, Betty Avalon
Iohnson, Charlene Dallas
lohnson, Emmett Houston
Iohnson, Cone Denton
lohnson, Homer Garland
Iones, Donald Graham
Iones, lames Lancaster
lones, Marilyn Dallas
Iones, Mary Beth Fort Worth
Iones, Ruth Amarillo
Iones, Walter Sanqer
Swimming Instructor Slack and class pose for Cheesecake- O
luenqermann, Iohn Henry
Keel, Earl Tom
Keller, Katheryn lune
Kinder, Ionnie Beth
King, Bobbie Nell
Class ol ,49
King, Iackie Brownfield
Kirkham, Neil Iacksonville, Ill.
Knight, Robert Denton
Kunkell, Vada Mae Megargel
Lain, Dale Stamford
Lambert, Kenneth Denton
Landers, Franklin Sanger
Landrum, Patsy Fort Worth
Lane, Maxine Dublin
Lane, Vern lacksboro
Langham, Iackie Dallas
Langley, Harold Vinton, La.
0 Varsity Showgal Faubion gets cz chapeau for the occasion.
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In some Cases the registration line was a little TOO long. 0
Ledbetter, I. D.
O Ori occasions, frat members have been known lo drink milk.
Marlourqer, Charlene Mart
Marlcby, Emmett Beaumont
Marley, Retha Mart
Maroney, Wardene Eort Worth
Martin, Faye Gran
Martin, Ianice Decatur
Martin, Iune Mart
Massey, Mary Fort Worth
Massey, Mary E. Grandbury
Mattson, Donna Dallas
Maxwell, Charles Waxahachie
Meador, Pat Carrollton
El Dorado, Ark.
South Bend, lnd.
These prototypes of Carrie Nation march toward the corner, O
local den oi iniquity.
C I ra s s
Meek, larnes Rex
Middleton, William Denton
Miller, Helen Fort Worth
Mills, lean Nacoqdoches
Mitchell, Fay Marlin
Monroe, Eugene Denton
Montgomery, Io Anne Dallas
Montqornery, Linnie Verne Elkhart
Moon, Mrs. Thelma McAllen
Moore, Donna Dallas
Moore, Evalyn Nocona
Moore, larnes E. Edgewood
O Streeicorner strategists dis:
'rss the game of the year,
More Varsity Show fittings, this time a bit on the 0
0 Kczghlirs salute their new name.
McDaniel, E. W.
McDonald, I. P.
McCormick, E. E.
O! horses and Women. 0
C I a s s o l 4 9
McNutt, Wayland Coleman
McQueary, Weldon Perrin
McSween, Colin Denton
Nance, Mary Graham
Mask, lean Valley View
Nations, Yvonne Van
Neal, Mary Lynn Newcastle
Neal, Betty Newcastle
Neal, May Newcastle
Nelms, Geo. W. Bonham
Newman, Pat Fort Worth
Newton, Donna Mae Marshall
0 This just goes to show that anything can happen at the
Rev. Walker addresses the student body at 0
Noel, Mary Frances
Page, Martha lo
Pt. Smith, Ark.
I Final OK, and a big sigh of relief.
Phillips, May Ellen
Pollard, I. Marvin
Parks, Keith Belleview, Ark.
Parks, Nelda Dallas
Partin, Patsy Daingeriield
Patterson, Lynn Gainesville
Patterson, Oscar Denton
Pattillo, Hildreth Greenville
Payne, Martha Clarksville
Pemberton, Peggy Panhandle
Pender, Martha Abilene
Penny, PeCJQY Linden
Perdichi, Angela Waco
Perkins, Alice Rosenberg
Scenery lor the Varsity Show. Evidence everywhere, I
but where-is the production?
Class ol '49
Pyeatt, Ruth Dell
0 Tch! Tch! Beer mugs! Mrs, Bain, lzow
Paper, Mama and little Geezles smile proudly. 0
Rider, Genevieve Azle
Robason, PeCJQIY Red Springs
Robinson, Ieanne Alvord
Roberson, Eddie Nocona
Roberts, Billye Frederick, Olcla.
Robertson, Ed Lubbock
Robertson, Mary Alice El Dorado, Ark.
Roden, lohn Denton
Rogers, Allen Ennis
Ruble, Bobbie Lott
Rudd, Bettye Slidell
Russell, Bessie Whitewright
. 9 iz, . .
0 Eagles hail the homecoming struggle.
Russell, Patti Fort Worth
Rutherford, Valeta Greenwood
Sackett, Ioyce Dallas
Sadler, lack W. Gunter
Sammons, Marilyn Raymondville
Sanders, Dan Grand Prairie
Sauer, Gertrude Eldorado
Savage, George Graham
Scarbrough, I. Wayne 'nay
Schafer, Betty Fort Worth
Schants, lra Lubbock
Scheihagen, Pat Bryan
Mr. Hall and stall lead a hard life, oren't 0
enouqli desks to go around.
Scott, Mary Ruth
Sellers, Billie lean
Class of '49
Shelley, Barbara ltasca
Shelley, Ioe Itasca
Shelton, Edward Denton
Shepelwick, Stanley Fort Worth
Shipp, Betty Lou Petrolia
Shirley, Dorothy Grand Saline
Short, Wanda Corsicana
Shwitt, Marianne Dallas
Shults, En Chillicothe
Simmov s,El1,zabeth Fort Worth
Simpson, Bill Fort Worth
Sir "n, Ernest Denton
0 Blalock t Cormick in an informal moment at the
The North Texas Band passes in review before the press box. O
Skillman, Harry Fort Worth
Slack, Harry Denton
Slider, Katherine Comanche
Smith, Dorothy Iustin
Smith, Melton Matador
Smith, Monroe Gilmer
Smith, Pat Dallas
Smith, Ruth Dawson
Smith, Wanda Wilson, Okla.
Snow, Mary Helen Harlingen
Snyder, George Glen Rose
Sole, W. G. Denton
0 Snuggle up a little closer
Sullivan, Troy Gene
Sutton, Norma lean
Taylor, I. B.
Cheerleader lftfyatt extolls the V
larzzyx for the team.
irtue of a ruined 0
Class ol '49
Thomas, Iimmie Dallas
Thompson, Bettye Chillicothe
Thompson, Dana Lynn Madill, Okla.
Thompson, Dora Anna
Thompson, Ierienne Corsicana
Thompson, Verna Saint Io
Thomson, Bill Dallas
Tidwell, Maxine Seymour
O t was never like this IH the poll e line up
Haviu' cz good time, Sadie? 0
Traweek, Catherine Talco
Treadway, Patty Dallas
Trigg, Dorothy Eastland
Triaq, Frances lrvinq
Trippet, Patricia Waxahachie
Trout, Robert Silshee
Tucker, Presley Terrell
Turner, Aureba Trenton
Turney, Beulah Grace Dublin
Vandiver, lane Odam
Varhle, Pinkney Graham
Vaughn, lean Denton
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Walsh, Carl H.
Ward, H. V.
VV' atkins, loyce
Waitin' for the train to come in. KET was aboard! 0
0 The latest in feminine nightwear . . oversize shirts.
Watson, Pattie Coleman
Whitten, M. K.
Class ol '49
Wiley, Arthur Atlanta
Williams, Anita Dallas
Williams, George W. Allen
Williams, Harry L. Gilmer
Williams, Helen Ann Denton
Williams, Kimbrough Denton
Williams, Kurz Saint lo
Williams, Lucy Dallas
Williams, Neva Montague
Keathley, Billie Dallas
Williams, Terry M. Olney
Williamson, Mary lo Anson
0 "Inst a light trimming around the edges, please."
lflfhat is it Mary, a pep rally? 0
Williamson, Winnie Postoak
Wilson, Michael Gainesville
Wisdom, lessie Farmersville
Wolford, Dorothy Athens
Wolfe, Wendell Seminole
Womack, Emmitt Paradise
Wood, Gordon ' Sanger
Wood, Mary Frances Fort Worth
Woods, lohn C. Whitesboro
Garrett, Billie Fate
Worsham, Don Fort Worth
Worthy, Bill Fort Worth
0 Pigskin pushers relax before the homecoming game.
O "Din-nar is sur-ved."
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Wright, Elleen Petrolia
Wright, Lola Beth Gatesville
Wyatt, I - -1 Dallas
- 4 enn l Galena Park
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York, Dav . l if
York, Ioe- Q e -L ---
Young, Ha n ise
Young, Yvonne Sagert nf Q
Younce, Orvill - R iagg
Taylor -- v ' ars ll
Q' Q u , 3:-tye il 'cothe
What's the matter, Mac, no meat iaclay? 0
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The boys at Chilton l'lall are having soup toziigt
A HEARD, Secretary
BILL DIBBLE, Treasurer
Achilles, Audrey DCIHCIS
Acker, Anna lean Greenville
Acker, Nancy Greenville
Acock, Ben Alvord
Adams, Audie Faye Kirvin
Adcock, leannine Irving
Tinney, Addie-l Boyd
Aiken, liile Dallas
Albright, Kirby Sulphur, Okla.
Aldridge, Melvin Palestine
Allen, Billie Dean Denton
Allen, Bob Denton
Allen, lack Denton
Allen, Nell Clarksville
Allender, loyce Denton
Anderson, Miles Waxahachie
Anderson, VVilliarn Cleburne
Applegate, Harold Dallas
Archibald, Dorthie Mart
Armstrong, Betty Panhandle
Arnold, Evelyn Big Spring
Arnold, Mark Gilmer
Arthur, Mary llen Itqscg
Atherton, lame Celeste
Avants, G n Ostoqlq
' fi Gi Gaine ville
AV9fYi.lC1 S .dgewo
x acfhrn ,Elsie rland
Bail ,Do ce Princet
Bain, lam s nis
BCIl1'1, ,3CI 'Vi In 'f qrlqqnq
Baldwin, Scott ,, 9 Marshall
Ball, Cherry A Dgnlon
Ball, Sally Qllqs
- ons bl ck face - 1 -
z ' Stun ight.
Shelby with Dallas Symphony. Ain'l
he pretly, mama?
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Bayless, ' '
Bearderi, Billy In
Beaty, Francis r
Beclfh n ": Lou
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Blalock, B. W.
Oh qosh, another pep-rally shot.
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Boston, Peggy lane
Brewer, Ben Weston
Britt, Martha Lee
Brown, Betty lean
Brown, larnes Tilman
Brown, William P,
Bryant, Mary lane
Easy Iella, she has to go to class
"Singing Glory to the green . .
Bucklew, l. W.
Buckner, lessie Ann
Burke, William C.
Burks, Pa f
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N riett ,Okla.
Cable, L. W.
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Carter, Betty lo
Chatham, Mary Ethel
Cole, Percy Q
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Look at all those pretty freshmen,
Cook, Nelda Sue
Copelin, B. B.
Copp, L. D.
Cosby, Mary Ann
Cotton, La Iuana
Cox, Iackie H.
Cox, Iames P.
Crane, Thomas W.
Crawford, Bobby Ruth
Curry, La Verne
Dague, Beverly lane
Davis, A. Dupree
Davis, Harriett Lee
Davis, Homer A.
"Peewee" Kuylcendall getting them
signed up for the homecoming.
What's the matter fella, can't you
find your place in the music?
Davis, Louise Denton
Davis, Nancy Olney
Davis, Wesley Atlanta
Daws, Robert A. Woodson
Daws, William Woodson
Dawson, Iohn H. Nocona
Day, loe McKinney
Dayton, Elouise Sherman
DeFord, Horace Dallas
De-Guire, Ioe Mexia
DeLay, lohn K. Lewisville
Dennis, Dolores Celina
Derrinqton, Tommy Denton
Deupree, Annie Io Corsicana
Deupree, Frank Corsicana
Dewees, Billie Ann Wills Point
Dibben, Philip Shelby, N. C.
Dibble, Bill Pasadena
Dick, Nell Waco
Dickerson, Charlie Dallas
Dickson, Lester Plainview
Dietrich, Barbara Mesquite
Diller, Mary Albany
Dinlcle, Billy Marshall
Donihoo, Eldon Princeton
Dorris, lim ? Fort Worth
Dotson, L . k Allen
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Dunbar, Billie Louise A Gilmer
Duncan, Tra s I ll Qlney
Dunn, Mart Sue fmqn
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Fagg, I. L.
Fain, I. I.
Fambro, Luther I,
Farnsworth, Eva E.
Ferrell, I. R.
Flemming, Patsy R.
Flint, Io Ann
Flowers, Helen L.
Ford, Ben B.
All these people must take vitamins.
Phi Sig's sing out at stun! night.
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Fulton, Richard L.
Gilbert, Iames A.
Goodwin, Billye Lou
Graham, J. B.
Profs discussing the driving test.
Theres no need telling you what
this picture is.
Grant, Frank P.
Green, Howard R.
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Grimes, B on
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President McConnell takes the driving
examination . . . wonder il he passed?
Bill Coleman conversational . . .
Bill Dinlcle in ecsiacy.
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Hawk, Travis Bells
Hawthorne, Bobbie Elkhart
Hawthorne, LeRoy Fredonia
Hayes, 'Wanda Electra
Hays, Iames Denton
Heald, Mary Rusk
Heaton, Dale Nocona
Hedrick, Bobby Sweetwater
Helm, Rufus Newcastle
Henderson, Bob Sherman
Henderson, Martha Len Denton
Hendricks, Helen Anna
Hendrix, Ed Dallas
Hendrix, lack W. Dallas
Henry, Jacky Chillicothe
Herd, Ray Sanger
Hickerson, Marcus Rea Waxahachie
Hickey, Dorothy Royalty
Hicks, Claude Grand Prairie
Hicks, I. M., Ir. Iacksboro
Highfill, Dick Texarkana
Highsmith, Dora lean Anna
Hightower, Robert Wayne Van
Hill, Clifford Grand Saline
Hill, Earnestine Baird
Hill, William Weatherford
Hillman, George M. Denton
Hilz, Harold Pilot Point
Hodge, Marian P031
Hodge, Glyn R. Grqhqm
Hodges, Iinx Lubbock
Hodges, Robert Savoy
Hodo, Iohn Quanah
Hoffman, Bob Vernon
Hoffman, Carl Eastland
Hokit, Floyd Ozona
No wonder Lil' Abner runs so fast.
I wish I could have gone on that picnic.
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Hunnicutt, A abelle
Hunte ra oyce
lmbt, Mary Margaret
Ingram, Betty Lou
This is no! an opiates' convention,
it's just CI smallpox vaccination.
Registration again . . . 'departmental
OK'S this time.
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lernigan, Harry Bells
lohnson, Benjamin Laneville
lohnson, Betty Salida, Colo.
lahnson, Bobby Frost
lohnson, Camille McGregor
lohnson, Cecil Stamford
lohnsan, Darlene Dallas
lohnson, Doris Sherman
Gaines, loe Seymour
lohnson, Kenneth Dallas
lohnson, O. D. Denton
lohnston, Elwood Mart
lohnston, Mary Lufkin
lanes, Alton Waco
lones, Cecil Denton
lanes, lack Bryson
lanes, loe Denton
lanes, Marion Daly City,Cal.
lordan, Aubrey Vernon
lordan, Mary lo Mertens
luien, loe Fort Worth
Kaufman, Robert Hupson, N. l.
Keathley, Mauricia Dallas
Keely, Mary Ann Garland
Kay t War
Kina, N. M.
Kingston, rt Worth
Mac and George have just seen a
preacher about a marriage license.
Krauss, H. R.
Lane, Edward Earl
Lewis, limmie Faye
Love, Malcolm D.
The better side of home
Bruce Hall is born.
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Lutz, E. I.
Martin, Billy Ioe
Miller, Ada Io
Miller, lames R.
Miller, Mary Ruth
Squeals oi delight welcome the home
management Christmas Party.
The sweetest music this side oi
Moore, Marqare Q
Morgan, Ren Q
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Morton, G rlan Aw.
Moses, Billy . A'
Mosley, Nanc '5'
Mouser, Chest r
Moye, G ' ,
Mudd, ylv ter
Mulholl , Io Ann
Murray, Mary Ann
McClendon, Lee Roy
Home Economics students
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and suffer the inevitable consequences,
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McGraw, Billie Dell
Mcllhaney, lo Ann
McKinley, Mary Bell
Nance, Mary lo Barn
Nash, B. L.
Neal, Billy Nan
Neely, Verda K,
Noble, E, B.
Owsley, 'William H.
In a formal pose . . .
FIY made this picture one
Pate, Henry A.
Payne, Robert M., Ir.
Pearce, William Eli
Peel, Robert W.
Perryman, Sue Ann
Taylor, Anna lane
Price, Omer D,
Putnam, Io Ann
Hawthorne and Shropshire show ex-
cellent form while posing for Max.
Available Iones catches Riqor
Morris at Sadie Hawkins dance.
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Rankin, Dorothy Denton
Raupe, Buell Granbury
Read, Ioe Dallas
Recer, Clifford Princeton
Reddy, Richard Stoneburq
Redina, Virginia Aubrey
Reed, Rosalee Waka
Reed, Valda lean Canton
Reqer, Effie Decatur
Reynolds, l-luqh K. Big Sandy
Rhea, Knox, Ir. Mt. Pleasant
Rice, Clarence Dallas
Richards, Ioyce Waco
Richards, Mary Waco
Richardson, Nellie Grand Prairie
Richardson, Rex Dallas
Riddle, Evaletha Odell
Riddle, Melvin Fort Worth
Ridge-ll, Raymond San Benito
Room, Naomi Waco
Robbins, Chloe Denton
Robertson, Bill May
Robertson, Billye Rotan
Robertson, Otis Mesquite
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Ross, Bob N Cleburne
Ross, ?Ruloy fl Corsicana
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Inmates of Oak Street Hall
eagerly await Old St. Nick.
Bozenburg, Paul I. Dallas
Rushing, lo Nell Longview
Russell, Frances McKinney
Russo, loe Mystic, Conn.
Rutherford, Forest Vernon
Solay, George Texas City
Sanders, Lajuan Lancaster
Sandsberry, lack Co A on Paris
Sargent, Iimmi Lake Dallas
Savage, n- W I lrving
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Scarborou , Bil 9 lr ' g
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Sch ider, Ge-o g DGUGS
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Seale, Holem ,W Fort Worth
Seaton, I. C. Ir. r Clyde
Self, o r. e
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Selze T y D ton
Semp, Russ Dallas
Sewell, Billie Ringgold
Sewell, D. K. Saint lo
Sewell, Mary Sue Texas City
Shahan, Howard Denton
Shahan, Phoebe Denton
Sheffield, Billie Fort Worth
Sheley, William Lebanon, Ohio
Sheridan. Bob Leonard
Sherrill, loe Denton
Shires, Billie Davis, Okla.
Shoemaker, Harold Rockwall
Simpson, Weldon Ballinger
Sims, limmie Lou Waxahachie
Sinclair, Lynn Denton
Ya-ia-ta, Ya-taeia, Ya-ta-ta.
Mr. Will plays cr few Spike lone-s rec-
ords lor his listening lab class.
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Smith Bob Denton
Smith D. O. Denton
Smith Dolores Longview
Smith Dorothy E. Denton
Smith Eloise Wichita Falls
Smith Evelyn Lamesa
Smith Helen Celina
Smith larnes Haskell
Smith lames Frank Fort Worth
Smith Jesse Sanger
Smith Iohn Saint Io
Smith Mable Big Spring
Smith Mary Alice Dublin
Smith Melba Krum
Smith Moses McKinney
Smith N. Sue Denton
Smith, Robert Greenville
Smith, Sidney Palmer
Smith, Vaughn Gober
Snider, Bennie Denton
Snodgrass, Weldon Winnsboro
Snyder, Ernest Denton
Southern, R. M, Fort Worth
Spalding, Billie Denton
Sparkman, Hof? Gainesville
Spealce, C Gills f entgn
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Specht, B ert Bellev
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Spencer, oui -- ell
Spikes, P 'wi J nyder
Spindle, Floy Mg, ft Sanger
Spurrier, Tro Longview
Standley, lliam allas
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From the looks of the prostrate gentle-
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Standsloury, Howard Waco I 'AVV
Stevenson, luanita Argyle ,M 'A'
Stewart, Betty Irvine ,
Stone, l. L. SGH lUCIf1
Stone, Roy Denton I S at
Strange, Edwin Alvord 4' -
Stubble-field, Marqare - Bremont H
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Taylor, hirley Farmersville Iw.."
Taylor, Wayne Denton li
Teal, luanita Dallas 2 I
Thacker, Marjorie Throckmorton
Thiqpert, Fern Satin
Phillips, Thomas Hillsboro
Thomas, Roy Lou Ponder
Thompson, Billy D. Anna
Thompson, Charles Howe
Thompson, Howell Dallas ll A
Thornhill, lean Dallas C
Thornton, Carolyn Sulphur Springs
Thornton, loe Cleburne
Thorpe, lo Dallas
Tidmore, Gordon Chillicothe
School teachers taking refresher work-
shop courses during summer.
History majors enjoy a formal
banquet in the Crystal Room.
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Vaughn, Mary Lou
Warnke, Lloyd F.
Bingo at the HaIlowe'en Carnival.
The Quintilians let Brock sit at the head
of the table, or maybe he qot there first.
Watkins, Bill Gainesville
Watson, Gerald MUSC119
Watson, Harold Knox City
Watson, Milford DQIITOH
Watts, Gene Gainesville
Weatherred, Harrell Kress
Webb, Roselle M9XiCI
Vlleber, Lloyd E. Kfllm
Weeks, lane Lonqview
Welch, Norma Hughes Springs
West, lack Ben Wheeler
Westbrook, Norma lean Ferris
Westerman, Keith Vernon
White, Billy Lake Dallas
White, Harold Burkett
Whitmire, Emogene Elbert
Whittington, Don Beth Overton
Wicker, Troyce Denton
Wilkirson, A. B. Denton
Wilkinson, Mary I. Whiteflat
Williams, Billy Bonham
Williams, Charles I. Decatur
Williams, Clarke Lewisville
Williams, lack Fort Worth
Williams, Parker Van
Williamson, W. A. Postoak
Willson, Kathryn Fort Worth
Wilson, Carrol Venus
Wilson, Dema Denton
Wilson Kay Dallas
Wilson, Mary Denton
Wilson, Richard C. Wash. C. l-l., Ohio
'Wilson, Samuel Emmet, lr. Venus
Bill "Frankie" Hardy rehearses his most
Various Colleqians - turned - hayseed sit
this one out where the View is good.
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Ring around the rosie courtesy Demonstration School.
Q.M. editors show Bill Cooper that Friday the 13th
doesn't frighten them.
JETBOVEZ Students ot Business Administration learn
the intricacies ot business machines. LEFT ABOVE:
Freshman English classes are the toundation ot the
liberal arts in the College oi Arts and Sciences. LEFT
CENTER: ljorrner opera star Mary McCormick teaches
voice in the School oi Music. LEFT BELOW, Chemistry
laboratories furnish experience trainina tor future
scientists. RIGHT BELOW: Home Economics students
experiment with White rats in diet classes, RIGHT
BoTToM: The Dernonstration School library is only
one part ot the School ot Education laboratory
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N-+71 I X
N THE hottest campaign the college
has seen in years, the newly-organ-
ized independents swept the polls with
a majority of better than one thousand
votes to place all of their twelve candi-
dates as college favorites. Meeting in
the rnain auditorium the night before
the final election, the Independents
nominated a full ticket of six boys and
six girls before an audience of fifteen
hundred. On the following day, more
votes were cast than ever before, to
leave sorority and fraternity candi-
dates far behind.
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HIS is college life through the eye
of the camera: once again college
students are in the limelight. Fabled
in story and song, the antics of students
have been presented from the outsid-
er's point of view many times in many
ways. Through the medium ot a col-
lege publication is the only true insight
to this way of life, which in the light
of truth is indeed stranger than any
fiction. The following section is in-
tended by the editors to capture photo-
graphically, college life, from the col-
legian point of view.
The lnterstate players presented The
Man Who Came to Dinner, Without
Mary Springfield was elected Queen
ot the Water Carnival.
Below, top: Tripett, like others, suffered from the Water
shortaqe. Middle: 'Glanimer-Pants" Gamble tailed to place
in the bathing beauty contest. Bottom: Dr. "White Pants" Scionti
directed the piano concerto.
Below, top: The Aces of Collegeland furnished entertain-
ment on hot Saturdays. Middle: Spectators crowded the swim-
ming pool to watch diving exhibitions. Below: Burchard's
hegan shooting YUCCA pictures.
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Phi Mu Alpha pledges made music on
the slah to satisfy sadistic brethren.
Teat and company sang for dear old
The registration line was long and
Inside the library, temporary relief Was
gained trom the scorching sun.
Below, top: The slab was used tor skating . . . Middle: . . .
dancing . . . Bottom: . . . music courtesy Platter' Spinners, alias
Couch and Brock.
Below, top: Ping pong ployers bgttled south breezes in Rec
Pork. Middle: Croquet courts were populor on sultry nights.
Bottom: The more energetic scholgrs volleyecl the volley-hglls.
Anne Weeks song with the Aces on the
perennicrl Stcrge Show.
The Ho Hums took the plgce of the
Swingtet ond the Blue Notes.
ET auditorium is packed to the rafters. Lena the I-lyena is here . . . . . .together with jitterbugs . . .
. . . blues singers . . .
. . . and the Can-Can Chorus.
Tour instigators Womack, Bentley,
Carter, and Vtfood smile with 'Fesser
Carter acts as master ot ceremonies. The ensemble bids the Lions goodbye. after the finale.
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"Now you see it . . . new you clon't."
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"Place yer bets, ladies and gentle-
men, place yer bets . .
"Stupendous . . . colossal . . . rndqnificent . . . only o dime
Upper right: "All you can drink for only cr nickel . .
Riqhl: "Ten dances lor o dollorrr . .
Below: "Thrills . . . chills . . . horrible rnonslrosllies . . .
Below riqht' Hllurrdl Hurrdl Hurrd! . . . Step riqlnl up . . .
The election of the college favorites for
1946-47 was highlighted by a write-in carn-
paign staged by students not affiliated with
any campus social fraternity or sorority. The
photograph at upper lett was taken when
the polls were crowded to the breaking
point, in the center picture, a traternity mem-
ber tiles protest with Brock and Bartley of
the YUccA, and M. B. Ward, election judge,
directly below this, the independent brain-
trusters count the ballots cast to select their
nomineesg in the bottorn picture, the cam-
pus was crowded with signs and literature,
bottom right, voters cast the tinal ballots that
select the favorites, and, in the inset, H. L.
Cochran and others exhort students to vote.
Above right, students mark their ballots
with any available space as a declcg the cen-
ter picture, Mason oi the independents and
Thompson of the sorority-frat bloc discuss
the progress oi the electiong directly below,
Hamilton's is gaudy with campaign literatureg
bottom left, another scene at the crowded
pollsg bottom right, Brock and Bartley watch
as the ballots are counted by APO and Green
Iacketsg and, in the inset, the guard stops a
co-ed to check her activity ticket.
When the smoke ot battle cleared, the in-
dependents iound themselves elected by a
majority of more than one thousand votes.
More votes were cast in this election than in
any previous campaign.
YUCCA QUEEN UCD
Across top: Barbara Leonard, Beverly Buhl,
Paula Turner, Betty Pirtle, Betty Voertman, Io
Across center: Mariorie Means, Pat Ammon,
Beverly Pittman, Letha Tunnell, lane Cooper.
Across bottom: Ieanine Hawthorne, Caroline Har-
riss, Betty Everett, Mary Ann Frank, Isabelle Ellis,
Velma Bragg, Dorothy Pugh, lean Thornhill.
On the bus, enroute to Denton . . . greeted by local dignitaries . . . , . . including Dr. McConnell.
Municipal Airport . . .
President Boggs of LSAC assists the The Queen before the Coronation. Aboard slnip before airsickness.
Last prirnp before the ordeal. Governor lester is beseiged by also-rans
Below left: Back aboard for Denton.
Below: His Excellency bands down his
decision. Below right: Queen Bose Ma-
rie Royal is presented at Stage Show.
Contestants wait for judges . . . . . . and wait . . . . . . then walk across the stage . .
into the Stage Show limelight A . . . . . and smile at the audience. The judges sit in judgment.
Frank, the Governor and Bartley
A plane, a pretty girl . . . discuss the contest.
Below lett. Disernbarlcation at Austin.
Below: And more disernbarlcation. Be-
low right: And even more disernbarka-
NT Exes register at Eagle Stadium gate.
Former Dean of Women Edith
Clark chats with visitors
at Homecoming Tea.
Lions arrive via train . . . and are greeted
by enthusiastic North Texans.
For the first time since the beginning of
the War, North Texas State College held
its traditional Homecoming Day. High-
lighted by the annual ET-NT football skirm-
ish, the day was full of frenzied activity:
greeting old friends, jibing Visitors from
East Texas, and Watching a gridiron clas-
sic unfold in the Eagle Stadium. The cam-
North Texans greet arriving East Texans at depot.
pus was crowded with ex-students going
about the college plant noting changes,
reminiscing about days past, and observ-
ing the collegiate customs of today. Home-
coming Day was also a glad day for
North Texas, for the scourge of the Lion
was met and gloriously defeated.
The ET band parades on Courthouse Square
UQRTH TEXAS EXES
Students and ex-students renew old friendships
at the Homecoming Dance.
before The QOUD9- Alumni register in the Dean of W'omen's office.
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At the juncture of Hickory and Ave-
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PAT MCCONNELL as Martha IAMES IACKSON as Valentine
Directed by Mary McCormic ot the School ot
Music, Faust is the second operatic production to
be placed on tour by the college. The opera is the
story ot an aged German student who becomes dis-
gusted with the nothingness ol human knowledge,
and calls Mephistopheles to his aid. After numerous
escapades with his power gained from Mephisto-
pheles, Faust tinally manages to tree himself from
the evil influence of the Lower Regions.
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student problems at heart. All churches have spec-
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college. Denton and North Texas State may Well be
proud of the tine religious work done here.
Students and faculty members serve in many choirs. A quartet ot coeds "hop a goose" to church,
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the accompanrment of a Juke box at top left
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D rector Loey Proctor and Iuha Brower dance
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compus Veteron's Administration
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DAILY STUDENT LIFE
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Am . . . from the Editor s desk
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VELMA BRAGG INA BRICKELL
JAMES GOODE MARIORIE HAYNIE
CARLYLE BASS A. E. HADLEY
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I. L. GERDING
TACK COX TACK STRICKLAND
UCDRT4-I TEXAS STATE
I. W. THOMAS
LEMUEL LARUE IAMES ASHMORE
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'HIRTIETH YEAR NTHTH TEXAS STATE TEALSHERS COLLEGE, IPPIXTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPT, 27, 151716 NUMHPIR 2
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'AGE TWO THE CAMPUS CHAT, DENTON, TEXAS, FRIDAY, NOV. 22, 1946
J! ' Bay Ma-aka flefwm Ex-Student Association Linlcs AlumnL Student Body
by Ellnbeql-, You-.qblwd tp-y, n special budgez approprix- question: about the maximal status
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Tomorrow is Homecoming day-the
'st at the college in fnur years.
Once again North Texas' student body
nd exes will have a day filled with ac-
Jity, handshaking, and cheers, Sorori-
-as, fraternities, and other organizations
11 entertain their former members with
rties, teas, and dances. Students of
.xst Texas State oollege will inundate the
mpus like a black and gold flood to rival
air friendly enemies in the must sig-
ficant postwar day for NTSC.
Two teams are ready to go against each
ght, A four-year gap will be bridged.
In 1941 a special train filled to over-
,wing with ET students pulled into Den-
n to be met by the Eagle band and led
the North Texas campus in a special
rude. Classes were dismissed as Jack
1co's eleven readied themselves to win
it third Lone Star conference cham-
n 1943 came the suspension of Lone
r athletics, Both colleges struggled
uugh a shortage of male students, a
eeded-up schedule, and war difficulties.
Iistment programs were carried on to
et war demands for manpower, defense
ojects were instituted, service men were
'ned by college facilities, and home-
lng was forgotten. Far away in North
rica, in Europe, in the Philippines and
ia exes were kept in contact with the
llege through a column in the Chat.
17 af Wfeefiny
Demonstrations such ns the one held in
e main auditorium Tuesday night by
Embers of the student body who are 'not
iliated with social soroxities and fra-
nities must be considered and recog-
With the primary purpose of selecting
fitefin candidates in the favorite elec-
mn, the meeting was the embryo nf the
ganization of independent forces on the
mpus, fx trend common in other colleges
mughout the nation.
The meeting indicates thafthe student
,dy as 11 whole is becoming more con-
ious of itself and that the collegiate
Loyancy which was Inst during thv war
returning to North Texas. The political
nsoquences ofthe meeting are secondary
the fact that a large number uf the
udent bodyxnet with unity in mind and
:xt Lhc spirit und wxthusiusm of the
eating was more iham has liven demon-
ruted in the football stadium all svason.
lf the spirit that was shown in the
ating of the students can be turned
Iso every aspect of campus life. then
orth Texas will be well on its wav
her with a spirit that only such a
uld inspire. Traditional "mums"
huol colors will appear, and shows
ncing will continue the day into
This year, with the col,
veterans cmd conditions g
ing themselves, ET studs
ing to the Denton cam
spirit again ills the coll
Homecoming marks a 1
cy and the revival of ali
between sister colleges..
moral victory for echd
through the war wit!!
As two grid teams tro
dlum Saturday all loya
should breathe a prayer,
of Texas voodoo, that war
friendly atmosphere of tl
acterize North Texas
US AND HOMECOMINC
Ain't getting along so
Not that we have any pm
to Homecoming. We dun
best friends are exes, Bu
rations that have abbut g-
Along' about, 9 dclock
ing we were being herds
PE class when all of a nu
brown sports jacket milf
guys who would like tc
this morning instead of
hold up your hand."
Since we had never bee
army we didn't realize th
to volunteer for anythiny
our hand, winked at thc
gonna have to gn throw
of football acrimmagre
climbed into the hack of
legcfs reconvened army
The truck wasn't so 1
wasn't the speediest vurif
. . . thatfs all. On the
assorted little signs rev
service days . . . sigma than sand: "Mam-
mum speed on post: 25 miles." "Maxirnum
speed period: 351' Once the truck 1:01 up
to a speed of 20 miles an hour.
After various detours along- the Doca-
iur highway ana the bnckvpnsture lanes
west of town, ihe man behind the wheel
stopped behind the Sl-miles' vffterinnrinn
hospital and dumped us out arnid tho
other run-down work horses.
Then he pointod at as monstroux shed
full of boards . . . thv kind of dusty.
splintory boards that pinch rmd stick you
when you fait down at xx football game.
"Lift dem boards . . . loud 'cm on the
back end of the truck," the man grunted.
We grunted, too. And then lifted an-
othm' plank up un top the vm-hicle, AH
went tim- 'ill plank number 1000 cauxu-
Phmk 10mm splinterswnot cop-
Ten years after the inception of the YUCCA, the
powers that be decided that the college needed CI
newspuperg so the YUcCA's little sister publication,
The Campus Chai, was born. Since that day, more
than thirty years ago, the Chat has grown into U
Well-managed, well-read news sheet that has grown
to be cr part of this school. Showing no signs of re-
gression, the pcrper looks forward to new horizons
in the qolden haze of the future. Edited this year by
Bob Stanley, the Chat has once again attained the
Pacemaker rcxiinq, the highest honor of the National
Scholastic Press Association . . . no mean accom-
plishment for CI school of this size.
Lust year, CI feud was instituted between the
YUCCA cmd the Chat. This year, the newspaper has
been hampered little by the marcrudinq YUCCA staff
members, the reason being that the yearbook stuff
was admonished by its editor in Q statement declar-
ing ihe Chat cm ally of the YUCCAA"just like the
Russians are allies of the United States," he said.
bliss Bergman cm the Nazi hench-
man, prayed by cxmf-2 mms. For
pairivlxc remons of diw-ming
qxemy srcretfa Miss Bergman
marries Rains, and the story con-
Dnuvs in much the mme maod Bs
was nvidQnCvd In the typicn! war
Nwmwwxg-RQ, me pmm-p whows
the tounh of its dixvxlor, Alfred
liiwhx-ack, ymrticubirly in tha ro-
nmnkic svqummvvs. Them the forf
muln r.,x10w.'.x is wma gready
from me -mmm pmwcmwn, :meh-
wck mfruugzvd Llvvicfs for evading
the mmrlzxd rules of the Jfvlmslon
nffuv. :mmf thc- leaulrx are vxcellent
Yu ilu- field nf acting: p4-rf:-uztiun
ml- yfzvzuru has nmwh to boast.
With Wllm Hvrgmnvx and Grant
cgxst uwfrhvr for me fini mm-
H's a BH' Laha To See
Deen Abou? Degree Plan
J. N. Bmw, ww. remfa in
sepmmber, ms, .mer Swing as
n mmm- nf the college foreign
mguuge fnculty for 26 years, has
revdvud A mmm by mmm to me
Ilr, B. B. Harris, ds-nn of thx' co!-
lcgze, about a dvgree plan.
Brown staked that he had dw
dined the imluxtion :and fvrwnrd-
od the me-if 1.1 in rhghtful mips.
vm. .hmxcs N. mmm., K fn-smnan
from Fmt Wrrrvh. Fvux' of havmi
to pay a Aim' fur 1--yzmurinxr late
had nn bearing an mg dwiwinn,
Brown, the 1-lclcr-dz-clmwd,
street um 'lcnxplcn , .
SAM HORACE WALKER JR.
was married lu Dolores fmlvttu
Bcvers an Oct. 12 M Imllnx. The
couple will lxve nt 3401! Wcst Hive.
Dallas. . .
THE ANNIVERSARY uf the
g'roum's dischnrgc from the army
was chown by I-IIJITH FAX' DUB-
LIN' lwd Jaxnw Rn-hzxrd Smxih as
Lhe dm fm' their wt-fxdmg. TM
rvrmnony was held Oct, 205 at
Midland, the home of bath bride
und bridcgroum. . .
BOTH MAH FRANVES VE'
'rramux Am.: wx.u.1v K.
THOMPSON uucfvxdc-r! NT lv-imc
mm mm-rw., fwmx, M xx.,-1
wmvm. The mmm? will -mm :nm
,ww lwxuc at Uklflhorum fxly. . .
fmvrausxs oiiiumpofunu Annum. W...
me-owne strong enough to make drastic
:hangcs in the present: United Nations
A chanye from a worid government
Jrnninatui by selfish interests 10 a World
gf.-vvrnmvnt run by and for the will of
Lhv peoplv is their goal,-B. H.
.Iuhn L. Lewis is trying to put out the
rmfirnfs fires in the current coal strike.
but if 'ne can hear what he is belng cailcd
by most Americans, his ears are still burn-
mg. , .
Sfrife is being created in the argument
for and against Dallas' garbage fee, and
the disorderly way in which the city coun,
nil stalked out of a recent meeting is a
prediction of the disorderliness of the city
if Lhe fee is removed and garbage uncol-
foxi the preZsee,hit's easy M wish everivj'
body u happy hoilday.
The Campus Chai'
annum -may by nv may-n Q1 mm' 'nw mu 001.
3... mm .ww mum. ,wan .na -mmmnm wma'
md www- 1-mum-. mm-4 -I mwmm. mem
nuw-an a. mu .K ax. me mf. of num. mu. Wm
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umm el num:-:Ca cvnufm vm
sum, mm: mmm um,
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annum hm s-mf. mr. am, new rf-ww
5,-mm c.:m1m-4, n-mm.vnn.xecmms. .1 n.n.uu.vf
uv-bu af 'run Kvzlfuue- rm- Amd.-.m
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,Mpc fm. f.mcm.: and fIYSng:
no tmiulvniswl mminyx by man and
W-ml-n, mf..f.iing an the umm-rin!
funn-I mn the faculty 11101 this
The lwpunm- nld mf-ze. "bv whv
rim tl-'ms um! hc who CNY! !L'DP1N'?B,"
hm lnrcfn di-'fiwdxicd by Nhrth
Tevnu leathers, who have prove-I
what they wm..,z only tenth bm
do numerous nther ihingx unraixteff
mn th-'ir 'presrnt work.
Dr, Alex Dickie, rcgqiainr, whc
ww up on a lunch in ww Tam.
was an appz-fmlice avxxineer for
General E!erLrlc for twn years
:md :1 flylmr ubserver f-varseae
z'-.r ten month during World War
I, Rmxrzhmg is sn!! :me of his chief
llavernmess Teacher Farms
Ako inmrcsfed 1:-. rmvchlng is
Alwnm Jnmiz-on of ilu- government
Inmxen and nchn-vemems ln me
fine uns wan :mo found muoug
the fnntf, uf int!-ren. cfmcorning
mm.-,., Ui vmsngfs. ww-11. and
mln-r meh whleffl-
E, N. Fkrrinrfwn, dwreclox' nf the
,M-M. .y,.fu.,V,.M,, .,
nn, his unkiernirmiuam dnyei. Tom
Hose of ihe Business zuimlnistr-ation
tammy hu.: n umm- wma when he
wus fa mlicgo srudvm ar, Nmth
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Library Thaf Wcsn'f There ls Rafed
As 'Mysfery of Monfh' by Pubficafion
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Can a whole Iibrnry of 175,000
1'-wks vanish? t
AL mm any NT mam mm
so. avwrdfng to an incident relax.
1-A by Dr. A. H. Sampmy, college
libmnan, in NTSC Books, a fort-
nightly publication of the library.
The incident, 'headed Ubiysiery
of the Biontlxf' was caused by rur-
rent renovations in the librxry and
me L a ru p 0 1' A 1 y dispiarsments
caused by the construction.
A teacher sum. A student to the
library for z book. Half an hour
lam ihe student returned emvty-
'It wasrft Umm" hs said.
Teuher: "You me-an the hook
"No," xeplied the student mich
a haunzed expruslon, "the Ubmfy
bukldlni. it did focus attention on
Khs :wed for a union building, and
action has been taken to have the
building constructed BS satin as
building material: became wail-
Rncenliy the Ex-Student asso-
ciation has handled mbout 10,000
letters to ex-students im' Presi-
denz W. J. McConno!l in the at-
tempt w keep the wllagn men and
women informed on the smcux of
zenchen' salaries and sixte appro-
priations to wllegex and univgr.
sitias. ' K
01 more diner bandit to ch
former students themselves is th
provision made this semesierwd
haw all members of the associntio
a 25 per mn: nxiuczion on a
fine :ns nnrmbsrxmcithax au seas
on tickets or individual numben
Ex-students also are given priori!
on all football games to whiz
ticknls are hard to obtain,
For special occasions the El
Student aasodstion sponsors an
tivitiea of particular interest t
former students, such as the Hams
coming week end scheduled fc
Nov. 23 aixd 24. f
u Toward NT Campus
anal Homecoming T111
AN EXTENDED honeymoon x
trip to paints ln Canada and the
East 'followed the mnrriaga an
Graham on Sept. za of WYN-
NELL PIERSON and Eddie Sims
Jr. of Wesixco. The bride xs B
member nf the Weslnca school
fsculgy and the groom is a chief
boabswuink mate in the navy,
DOYLE P. HOHSLEY of Dal'
ms, August gn-dum, mm-ied
Dona Burger of Dallas on Oct. 18
A inxibe Littic Chapel-in-the-Woods.
The couple will live in Dann.
RECENT CEREMONIES unife
ADRIAN ELAIN JACKSON nn
ll. W. Cavcnder at the Little
Chxpel-lnfthehwoods on Oct. 1
.,. .D'ET'l'A MARIE CHAMBERJ
of Rhonxe was married to L1
Cumdr. Byran Algernon-Crisme
of Chattanooga, Tenn., an Oct, 1
at Rhnme. . . .PATSY R. U TI
BLAND to Jimmie R. Chnthen:
Jr., both of Dallas, on Oct. 8...
CGRINE JOHNSON to Billy Jo
Huey, both cl Denton, on Oct. I
A I Read in the Papers
Lewis Kills Coal Contract
Mineworker's Chief Defies Krug Ulfimahgmg
Veferans Mus! File Earning Reporfs
by Bob Brock
If nl. xsn't the weather or polif
tics WA John L. Lewis and his
striking miners, Or at hzut 1hat's
the wana.-m gamed by mm new
paper readers this weak.
The United Mineworkers' chiaf
had to decide' before Wednesday
whether he will withdraw his cou-
tract tcrminntion notice that al-
ways means a shutdown in the
soft con! mines, Lewis served no-
tice mac week that he was ending
Line contract at midmghf. Wednes-
any after Interior sammy
Krug, federal boss of the govern-
:nent-seized mmm wok the ,mi-
Uon thai. IWW rvrltract derliwlds
would he pursued with the private
owners of the mines-not the gov-
Sperm! news for veterans only.
If gnu mm w keep gaming um
SUS fn!-sistwnce check from the
government, than you had Damn'
amp mmm n nm mailing mem
,ww nmvh you nxzxke hnsides ,-.wr
qw-1-mmm nrmmm Ruvcnmly
the Yuh:x'an': udminiwtration has
aimpemamx suzmmm pdymm
to ap,-wXimnf-1,- 1ao,voo .wrssls
Mr failure to report ua.-nm.. in
wh:-al or ioh training.
Tidd had enrolled in a frtltute
writing course in the sahoo! a
Qld enough to do "manure" writ
she now feel.
And hers in Denton county thi
week, A verdict of death by sufo
1-ation was returned after Un! bodf
of 111-gun Hum-ack. -sa, mmm
bxmd leader, was found in hi
burned automobile about two am
u half vmlcs south of Lewisville
J. P. Follis, Lewisville jtxsticw
of the peace, returned the verdic
after an mmpsy was conduct.:-d bl
Dr. M. L. Huvxheaon, ciw-counti
health offiner, which revealed thf
mah had been struck several lima
on the back of the head and hm
been ,rendered unconscious by tbl
Hancock was in charge of um
uct department for the Musmc Coz
porstxon of America, with uffica
Am vnxrsclvx mu xmppen,
The mm nf Charles 11. Dagger:
.. urwmrm-ug N. Q, irmu-mm of
nam. mm-k mm pgeutly in the ey.
during a friendly froI,c-qanfl xmv
hv Crm we much better.
Doctors told him that ihe lic!
.nsmdged u mama from whxcl
amos an Cn1lier's.
Nu-wician Edils Mxnixl
Lev uihwn, --f me music iaculty,
who was oxfored the fxrst ckxrinct
L-nm in two .ff me me :rv-nhfmy
..rfhvLxlrns in the United Sums
hm! year, is the co-author ol a
manual, "Aram-I Forces 0.111089
Tminmg- Proxcrzxmsf' In Addition
hc is skilled in radio Ind architf.-cv
Also of the mimic fmrulty. Eveteti
Vx-Exxbcry won nnd accepted n schol-
arship which annum him to courses
in sale-xnaanshlp ami hotel manage-
ment at Cornell university.
Turning from form!! cccupations
w hohhiex, it is said that Lindy
Kate Eidsddeve of the library science
departrnent is a "crack shot" with
ra pistol-with mr without taklng
aim. She has been known to be
Able to throw marbles into fha
nit mv! to :hum Umm in iwo be-
fore they could nl! so the frovmd.
She liao is an expert horuwoman,
sv" frm lfrnnry And Bess" A
.mm cwwmu- mg -'sung of 1
vngumw' Irnm 'w'.g1r,f,m1 Kim
Eager Siudenfs Applam
Announcemenf of Exarr
Very few North Tum texxchc
have been able lo draw xxpplm
from their students with an 1
nauncement of an L-xxminam
but one did recently.
Giving hh students Duvet- dm
from which to choose their 14
day, me professor axmommd, 1
wr a count uf hands, tha wimxi
date. The Students xpplxuded A
appeared x-e1a'.ive1y happy.
The date: Nom 28, North T1
ns' Thanksgiving holiday, To 1
dismay of uw nuaam, the uw.
er dismvered tha an-or in time
announce another day for the 4
Tl-IE 1947 YUCCA
ALBERT BARTLEY, Editor-in-Chief
LERoY BRocK, First Associate Editor
..a Veer in Retrospect
This space is usually devoted to the gripings of the
editor about shortages, overwork, low pay, and all the
other complaints that almost inevitably arise in year-
book publication. This is not so this year. This Caccord-
ing to the papers? is a post-war book. We had no trou-
ble this yearv'-the engravers gave us excellent service,
the printers were delighted with our proficiency, and
photographic supply houses were crowded to the raft-
ers with all kinds of photographic materiel. Everything
was just too-too divine. The cooperation of the student
body made tears rise in our bloodshot eyes. No casual-
ties were incurred except the nervous breakdown that
was suffered by one of the photographersfhe wasn't
able to Work his usual 24-hour day for a couple of
Weeks. We were also fortunate in securing refunds
from our landladies because we weren't at home
enough to warrant any charges. Manual Arts lO5 be-
came home to usp just like tenements you read about
in books, only more so.
This space is also usually devoted to apologies
for the mistakes and toe-treading for which the staff
was responsible. Again, not so this year. Any mistakes
in this book are to be credited to the stupidity and gross
ignorance of the staffffWe'll just let it go at that.
RAY HANEY, Associate Editor
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GERALD KIRK, Editor-in-Chief
SIDNEY BURKE, Associate Editor
MISS MAMIE SMITH, Faculty Sponsor
The campus literary magazine,
The Avesta has been the goal ot
many budding student Writers.
Containing essays, short stories,
poetry and other writings. The
Avesta has always ranked high
in the annals ot college publica-
tions because ot the excellent ma-
terial inevitably tound in it.
Miss Mamie Smith became Eac-
ulty Sponsor at the end ot the Fall
Semester, upon the resignation of
Dr. E. S. Clifton.
The Print Shop of North Texas
State does most ot the printing
work tor the college. Directed by
Mr. l. D. Hall, the plant is noted tor
its tine accomplishments in the art
of printing. The college publica-
tions, The Campus Chat and The
Avesta, are printed here, together
with the college bulletins and iob
printing oi otiice torrns, etc.
Secretary Lilla Grubbs
takes dictation from
Print Shop Director I. D.
Wizidliani and Wyatt
l make a press ready tor
McAbee and Pierce set
type in the composing
Cooper and Vyvjala
operate the job presses.
The girls or' the print
shop biridery at Work.
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UJOJG- lelt lOE ECHOTS MARY LEE DUNHAM BETTY COUGH
as Ionathan Brewster as Abby Brewster os Martha Br wster
The stage group ot North Texas State presented
loseph Kesselring's Arsenic and Old Lace as the tirst
all-student production given on the stage here. Directed
by l-l. L. Cochran and Iohn Banvard, the play ran in
New York several years ago tor a record length ot time.
A rather grotesque comedy, the plot deals with an
abnormal tamily living in Brooklyn. Mortimer Brew-
ster, the hero, is the only sane member ot this family,
and is constantly engaged in rescuing his lcinsmen
trom trouble brought about by their mad doings. l-lis
aunts, Abby and Martha Brewster have the odd habit
ot murdering old gentlemen who come to their home in
answer to an advertisement stating that the ladies have
a room tor rent.
Mortimer's sadistic cousin, lonathan, and an itin'
as Mr Gibbs THE CAST TAKES A CUBTATN CALL.
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BILL COLEMAN BARBARA MARSHALL Above: STEVE BUELL
as Mortimer Brewster as Elaine Harper as The Rev. Dr. Harper
erant friend, Dr. Einstein, return from parts unknown,
after instigating a two-man crime wave. The police
are hot on their trail. Another cousin, Teddy Brewster,
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is obsessed with the idea that he is Theodore Roose-
velt, and occupies much of the play's time in charging
up and down the staircase cmd digging graves in the 1 yy
basement, thinking the operation is the Panama Canal. . . , , vii?
The climax comes in the third act when Ionathan ?f?fi'5i7-'41
learns that Dr. Einstein's plastic surgery has made him A 3: vA'A ' ,-55
look like the Frankenstein monster, because Dr. Ein- '
stein saw the motion picture just before the operation. 5
Ionathan turns his wrath on Mortimer, but a happy
ending is attained when the police intervene, and the
aunts are committed to an asylum. Ionathan is placed
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well on his wa to the electric chair. , ,-:.r.g.sf, 4
Y Right: o. L. DAVIS 555353: "gf,
as Officer Brophy V X .fl
Right below: HM CASON if
as Officer Klein 3 'ff
Dr. Einstein signs a paper committing the Mortimer admonishes Teddy Brewster to f :Y
aunts to an asylum. be quieter in his staircase charges. ffl: f 1
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as Howard Baker
But Not Good-bye, a comedy in three acts by George Sea-
ton, was the first dramatic presentation oi the year by the
College Players. A satire on the death oi the father ot a small
New England iamily, the play involves a debt incurred by
Ghosts Sam and Benjamin Griggs laugh as
Tom Carter writes a check that will clear the
Griggs family oi debt.
Dr. Wilson prescribes rest for ailing Sam L
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as lirnmie Griggs
as Ralph Humphrey
H. L. COCHRAN
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as Beniamin Griggs
as Dr. Wilson
Sam Griggs, and the eiiorts oi him and his father as ghosts
to iorce Tom Carter to repay. The play ends with the demise
of Torn Carter, and the discovery oi the check on his body.
ln a light vein irom beginning to end, the performance was
SXCQIDUODGHY Well' executed' Backstage during the performance, property,
Rev. Pritchard arrives to "console" lennifer,
to the consternation of Sam and Ben Griggs.
sound-effect, and costume technicians perform
their unrecognized tasks.
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is hit by lightning conjured up by Ben Griggs'
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Directed by Ioseph Ktrshbdum, the Sinfoniettd Directed by Floyd Grohdm, the Aces of College-
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campus, athletics have resumed
their prewar status as the primary
extra-curricular activity of this school.
With all its old noise and flourish, the
Eagles gave' fans traditional thrills by
displaying a brand of iootball unparal-
leled in NT history. As a result oi the
excellent showing made on the grid-
iron. a schedule of nationally famous
teams has been arranged for 1947.
Bulging' walls of Harriss gym proved
inadequate for the hotly contested con-
ference and cage games. Students and
alumni may indeed look forward to a
bright future in intercollegiate sports.
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The North Texas eleven won an apparently hopeless
game when the Eagles defeated the College of the Pa-
:ific in the last nine seconds of play, 14-13, to capture the
first annual Optimist Bowl contest in Houston on Decem-
ber 21. Although leading at the half 7-U, the Eagles were
quickly tied in the third stanza when the Tigers recovered
a North Texas fumble and tallied a few plays later on
a pass. The game was a sluggish affair until the final
quarter. With only two minutes and 50 seconds remain-
Eagles gang a Tiger as he tries an end run. Wham.l And another Tiger bit the dust.
fel E CPTIlTlIST BCWL
ing to be played, the Tigers pushed over another score,
apparently sewing up a victory for Coach Alonzo Stagg.
Eagle Guard A. D. Cate helped save the game tor the
Green and White by blocking the Tigers' try for point.
Eagle end, snagged a pass hurled by Fullbaclc Billy
e final seconds of action, Louis Rienzi, substitute
Dinkle to tie the game. Dinkle's two conversions of the
game proved to be the margin of victory which gave the
First Annual Cptimist Bowl event
Stop reading that
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Oglesby, your jersey is on backwards
tcourtesy YUCCA photography servicel.
Coach Odus Mitchell, who has just started his
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Coming up from high school ranks, Head Coach Odus
Mitchell and Assistant Coach Dee Walker proved them-
selves more than capable of handling college duties by
pacing the North Texas eleven to the Lone Star Confer-
ence Championship in their tirst post-war grid season.
Coach Mitchell graduated from West Texas State,
Where he won l8 letters in various athletics. After 21
years of previous high school coaching, Mitchell Went
to Marshall in l94l, where he amassed an enviable rec-
ord by turning out some of the toughest high school teams
in the state. His over-all coaching record is also impres-
sive-Awith l65 victories, 46 losses, and eight tied games
in his many years of coaching.
Dee Walker, who was a three-year letterman at tackle
during his school days here, graduated from North Texas
in l94O. Walker coached at White Deer and Borger be-
fore entering the Marines in December, l945. He rose to
the rank ot captain. He served as assistant to Mitchell
trom February of l946 until they took their posts as grid
mentors at North Texas State last fall.
NORTH TEXAS FOOTBALL SQUAD 1946
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ACC TRIPS EAGLES, 6-0
Playing a tough Abilene Christian College aggre-
gation in one of those typical Vtfest Texas winds, the
North Texas squad was left on the short end of a 6-U
The West Texas Wildcats demonstrated plenty of
speed and power, piling up more yardage than the
Eagles, but found that the North Texans played a bril-
liant defensive game. The Eagles were able to get
only two somewhat sustained drives underway dur-
ing the game. The last one was rolling during the final
minutes of the game, but was stopped by the gun.
NT RACKS ARMY ELEVEN, 23-7
North Texas State returned to the victory class by
coming from behind to defeat the Brooke General Hos-
pital Comets of Fort Sam Houston, 23-7. The Eagle
eleven tied the score, 7-7, late in the second quarter, and
forged ahead in the last half of the game to outscore
the Comets by scoring twice in the third frame and
once in the final period of play.
Dinkle, Gieb, and Bartlett, starring behind an alert
Eagle forward wall, outplayed the scrapping soldiers,
who tried to furnish breaks to their star, Doak Walker
of SMU fame.
A. D. CATE, guard WINSTON CHANCE, hack
HM COOPER, center WILBURN CURNUTT, guard
EAGLES TAKE LUMBERIACKS, 90
The Eagle eleven won their first Lone Star Con-
ference encounter against Stephen F. Austin QU on
the Lumloerjaclds own field. Carrying the pigskin
to the Luniherjack l-yard line on two different occa-
sions, the North Texans crashed over on their third
serious drive, which occurred in the second quarter.
The Eagles kept the game in their favor throughout
the contest in spite of the close score.
The other two points were added in the last part
of the fourth quarter when a Lurnherjack quarter-
back, taking a had pass from center, was tackled
behind his goal line.
Lumberjaclcs pile an Eagle line drive. Sam Houston gridrnen prepare to smother an Eagle.
SAM HOUSTON DROPS
North Texas lost in the last
five rninutes of play to a tough
Bearlcat eleven by a score of
l2-O on the Eagle field. Two
hard-charging lines played a
rough and even garne until the
final period. The first Sam Hous-
ton State goal came when Torn
Hudgins, Eagle quarterback,
was jarred loose from the hall
as he tried to pass frorn behind
his own goal. Murdolph Wal-
ker, Bearlcat tackle, covered the
hall for the score.
The second Bearkat tally was
set up on an Eagle furnble on
their own 2U4yard line a few
rninutes later. The North Texans
managed to seriously threaten
only once, late in the second
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An inspired Eagle eleven pulled themselves
back into the Lone Star Conference race by
deteatinq Southwest Texas State 6-U, in a game
that was stubbornly fought all the way by both
teams. The only score in the contest came in
the second quarter when North Texas end,
Bill Qalesby, recovered a Bobcat tumble to
set up the tally. The aoal came two plays later
when loe Gieb powered over from the Bobcat
Zeyard line after Oalesby completed a 36-yard
back Billy Dinlcler
ln the last two quarters the Bobcats lashed
pass from Full-
out with a des-
perate passing attack, but were unable to connect successfully,
and statistics, as well as the score, gave North Texas the ad-
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man as Cate tries to take the Bobcat ing up and stopping an attempted
out of the play. North Texas line plunge.
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MCMURRY HOLDS NT TO 7-7 TIE
Eagle fans groan when they think ot the
game with the McMurry Indians which
ended in a 7-7 tie. Time atter time the
North Texans rolled down to the Indian
goal line only to be thwarted in their at-
tempts to score, either by tumbles or by a
stubborn McMurry line. lt looked like a
hot night tor the Eagles when they scored
in the tirst period ot play, but in the sec-
ond quarter, the Indians started their
touchdown drive against a new Eagle
team that came in at the beginning ot
that period. The Eagles had things pretty
much their own way according to statis-
tics, but fumbles and more fumbles, along
with the ever present McMurry stubborn-
ness, prevented or ditferent story accord-
ing to score.
EAGLES EDGE COUGARS 7-3
Playing in ankle-deep mud betore
a slim University oi Houston home-
coming crowd ot about 3,8UU, the
North Texas Eagles deteated the
Cougars 7-3. The only serious goal-
ward threat by the Cougars resulted
in their iield goal by Kenneth Haw-
kins atter the Houston eleven had
been stalled on the Eagle ll-yard
line during the tirst quarter, The
Green and White was unable to ov-
ercome this deficit until the third
stanza when Lett Halt loe Gieb broke
over center and churned 31 yards
tor the touchdown. Dinkle converted
the extra point. This game put the
Eagles in sight ot the Lone Star Con-
terence Championship which de-
pended on their garne with East
A Cougar stops an Eagle attempt to come out ot a
hole on their own tour-yard line.
'WAYNE BONNER, back
FELTON WIIITLOW, taclcle
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Below: Dinlcle slips to the ground as Indians
come in to make sure the ball is dead.
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Queen Nikki rides in royal splendor
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Below: Qtlier contenders for
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washable fo place fhree men on fhe All-Lone Sfar Confer-
erice feam. Jim Cooper, Billy Dinlcle, and Felfon Whiflow
were selecfed by fhe various coaches in fhe conference as
members of fhe smyfhical squad. '
Dinlcle lcepf NT hearfs pounding harder all season wifh his
oufsfanding broken field running and wifh his lciclcing abilify.
Cooper, cenfer, and Whiflow, who played facltle, bofh per-
formed admirable line play. Cooper and Dinlcle also re-
ceived honorable menfion in fhe Liffle All-America rafings.
Under the leadership of Coach
Pete Shands, the North Texas basket-
ball team went through a 25-qarne
schedule, Winning over halt of the
contests and taking second place in
the Lone Star Conference cornpeti-
CoAcH HENRY "PETE" SHANDS
Lone Star Conference Basketball Standing
W L Pts. Opp. Pct.
University of Houston ....,,.,, .,,. . .11 1 721 564 .917
North Texas Stole College... .. 8 4 721 559 .867
East Texas State College ,...... . ........ 7 5 792 705 .583
Sam Houston State Colleqe .. .... 7 5 717 854 .583
Stephen F. Austin Colleqe. ..... . .. 5 7 621 637 .417
Southwest Texas State College . .. .. . .. 4 8 717 808 .333
Trinity University .......,........,... ...,... ...... . 0 12 448 810 .000
NORTH TEXAS BASKETBALL SQUAD, 1946-47-Bottom row: lohhny Brown, Bill Candler, Don Deardortt, Bennie Rutherford, Bruce Wilson,
Middle row: A. V. Collins, Phillip Price, Sam Bell, I. D. "Bish" Lane, larnes "Red" lohnson. Top row: Herman "Bud" Hopkins, Coach Pete
Shands, Delbert "Yank" McKnight.
Quick action in the game with Rice at Houston.
NT won 55-54.
The North Texas quintet opened their cage season
with a tour against Southwest Conference competition
and suffered four defeats and earned three victories. The
Eagles played their first game of the 1946-47 season
against the University of Texas on December 2 and were
defeated 63-41. The following night the Longhorns won
again 66-40. But in their next conflict, the North Texans
came out victorious over a Texas A and M combination
59-49. ln their following Southwest Conference encounters
the Eagles were downed in two games against Baylor,
73-547 73-41. They bounced back to whip Texas Christians
in two games, 50-425 55-45.
Another scramble in the Rice contest, showing an
Eagle surrounded by Owls.
During the Christmas holidays, when everyone
else from North Texas State had nothing but turkey
on the brain, the Eagle basketballers took part in
an invitation tournament at Houston. The squad
downed its first two opponents, Rice and Texas Tech,
55-54 and 59-46, respectively, to enter the finals.
But in the game which determined the winner of the
tournament, the Eagles were beaten out by Pepper-
dine of California by 65-53. This game was played
on December 21, giving the team about two weeks
to rest before starting Lone Star Conference play
against Stephen F. Austin on lanuary 5.
SEASON'S SCORE RESULTS
OPPONENT NT opp. OPPONENT NT oPP.
University of Texas .. .. .. 41 63 Texas Wesleyan . 54 60
University of Texas .. . .. , 40 66 Southwest Texas State'. ,. . .. 76 48
Texas A and M .,..,.,, .. 59 49 Southwest Texas State'.. , ,. 62 44
Baylor University .... . .,.. .. .. 54 73 'Trinity University' . . . .. .. 69 30
Baylor University.. .. . .. . . . .. 41 73 Sam Houston State' 77 60
Texas Christian University... .. . .. 50 42 University of Houston' . .. 53 70
Texas Christian University ..,.,., . ..,. 55 45 East Texas State' . . . 73 69
Rice Institute ,,... ..,.,......,.,.. . .. .. 55 54 East Texas State' . . . . . 57 59
, Texas Tech ..., ..,.. . 59 46 University of Houston' .. .. .. . 55 57
Pepperdine ,....,,,. .,.... 5 3 65 Southern Methodist University... . . 59 66
Stephen E. Austin' .... . 53 39 North Texas Agricultural College 52 25
Trinity University' . . 80 22 fm! 74 -
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The TWC game put the North Texas quintet in shape for
their return to conference play and the Eagles defeated a
fighting Southwest Texas five in two contests, 76-487 62-44. Don
Deardorff was outstanding for the Eagles in the first game
sinking l5 points, while Bud Hopkins and Yank McKnight
showed their defensive ability by checking the ball off the
backboard during the contest. ln the second affair Bish Lane
and Bill Candler were high point men looping l2 and ll tal-
lies, respectively. The North Texans surged into the Lone Star
Conference lead by adding a victory over the practically
helpless Trinity University team by 69-30. The Eagle five then
embarked on the crucial portion of their conference season.
DON DEARDORFF BUD HOPKINS RED IOHNSON
Bobcats swarm the goal in a try tor tallies. McKnight lets loose with a shot in spite ot Bobcat oppos1t1on
ln one ot the best games ot the season, the North Texans
downed a strong and stubborn Sam Houston State quintet,
77-60, to continue their lead in the conference chase. Hopkins,
McKnight, and Deardortt all scored 15 points each and Bish
Lane looped a high 2l markers, to prove the Eagles had one
of the best balanced teams in the league. But once again the
NT tive slipped. ln their next contest they were defeated by
the University ot Houston, 70-53. 'This put thern in second place.
But Eagle conterence hopes tlared up again when they de-
feated East Texas, 73-69, in a game that made Harriss gym
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against East Texas, in close pursuit.
Coach Pete Shands confers with Bish Lane, Bud
Hopkins, and Yank McKnight on basketball strategy,
ln their second encounter with the Lions,
the North Texans were stopped short, 59-
57, which eliminated any possibilities for
an Eagle conference crown. ln their final
conference contest the NT quintet lost
again to the University of Houston, 57-55.
North Texas closed its basketball sea-
son by entering the Southwest AAU tourn-
ament in Dallas. Representing Russell's of
Denton, they received a forfeit and went
on to play the Majors and Majors quintet
which was the Southern Methodist Univer-
sity squad. The Majors team downed the
Eagles, 56-59, but the NT five came back
to win third place in the tourney by whip-
ping the Sledges crew, 52-25, which was
the North Texas Agricultural College bas-
During the basketball season Harriss
gym was the "crossroads of several thou-
sand notfso-private lives." Why some of
these "typicals" didn't even know this
picture was takeng the fellow in the cen-
ter of the shot knows exactly how to win
this ball game.
The little "Senor" of Trinity University
wasn't tall enough to stop this Eagle tally.
Two other North Texans come in to make
the counter certain. Although badly out-
classed, the Bengals were game until the
Hopkins takes a pass from the side lines
in the contest with Sam Houston State.
The Eagles won the affair, 77-60, in one
of their hardest tussles of the season.
Hopkins, McKnight, and Deardorff all
looped l5 markers each, while Lane
sacked a bright 21 points.
THE FIRST TEAM, left to right: Frank Smith, Pete
Lawless, Milas Downey, Bennie Rutherford, and
Luther "Bugs" Fambro.
Vxfith so many candidates for varsity basketball
it was found necessary to schedule a full quota of
games for the men who are not yet quite of varsity
caliber. Playing junior colleges and Southwest Con-
ference school "B" teams the Eaglets made a good
record for themselves. Under the direction of Ralph
"Bear" Hester, who is now working on his masters
degree at North Texas, the "B" squad won over half
of their games and provided the North Texas student
body with some fine home battles in Harriss gym.
BENNIE RUTHERFORD, high point man
0 FRONT ROW, left to right: Pierce Young, Ray Nicol, Pete Lawless, Coach Ralph "Bear" Hester, Milos Downey, Bennie Ruther-
ford, Bugs Fambro. TOP ROW: George Hily, Frank Schubert, Edward Kelly, Frank Smith, Ben Brewer, and I. E. Carson.
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Six males cornered the cheerlead-
ing market at NT this year. Elected
by the North Texas student body, the
"shouting six" sprayed their tonsils,
popped their eyes, and pleaded in
every imploring manner to get loud
and handsome yells out of the fans
at all the athletic contests this season.
RAY WYATT IUNIUS TULEY
Coach Odus Mitchell started out handlinq track alone
ihis year, but when he found himself being kept more
than busy with football spring training, Coach Bill Cooper
stepped in, and the two guided the Cinder squad. Starting
the season with more than 60 men out for the Various
track and field and field events the two coaches found
themselves facing a serious elimination problem.
NORTh TEXAS TRACK SQUAD, 1947
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in a practice heave.
NT WINS FAT STOCK TRIALS
Because they Won fourth in the Border Olympics
in the college division, the Eagles were rated in the
same bracket for the Fat Stock Show races in Fort
Worth on March 22. But the North Texans set the
experts back on their heels by brushing past South-
west Texas 37W to 34M for first place in the con-
test. The sprint relay combination, made up of
Hubert Marvel, Ray Womack, Billy Ladish, and Bill
Adams, set a new meet record by running the 440-
yard event in 44 seconds tlat. Iones and Fambro
also turned in excellent performances at the meet.
Iones hurled the javelin just over l92 feet, surpass-
ing the university division in that event.
EAGLES TAKE TEXAS RELAYS
A skeleton track squad of nine men journeyed to
Austin for the 1947 Texas Relays to take first place
in the college division ot the Texas relays. The Eag-
les scored ll points compared to second place Abi-
lene Christians 9 counters. The mile relay team,
composed of Hubert Marvel, lack Gilbert, Ray Worn-
ack, and Bill Adams, Won tirst place with time of
3.2O:8. Iones proved his ability as a javelin thrower
by tossing the stick over 190 feet to Win third place
in a field ot university as well as college hurlers.
CINDERMEN RUN WILD OVER TCU,
ln a practice with Texas Christian University and
Howard Payne College, the North Texas cindermen
ran wild over their two opponents at the trianqular
affair which was held in Fort Worth. The Eagles
ran up a total of 81 points as compared to 49 for
Texas Christian and 39 for Howard Payne. The
thinly-clade won first, second, and third in the 100-
yard dash with Billy Ladish, Bill Adams, and Ray
Wornack taking those positions. ln almost every
event, the North Texans completely overwhelmed
the Frogs and Yellowjackets.
Versatile Womack specializes in
EAGLES DOWN SMU. TCU IN HOME MEET
ln a second practice meet, and their first home
trials, the Eagles once again ran up a one-sided
score over their opponents, Southern Methodist Uni-
versity and TCU. North Texas totaled 75 counters,
which almost equaled the total of their opponents.
Winninq first and second with two different combi-
nations in the mile relay, the Eaqles did almost as
well in all the other events. Fambro won individual
honors by takinq first place in high-jump, broad
jump, and pole vault. With four straight track vic-
tories, the possibilities for a North Texas Lone Star
Conference track championship for 1947 looked qood
when the YUCCA went to press.
Gibson takes a practice heave
with the "put."
Adams and Gilbert are common names
in NT track circles.
Top: Badminton specialists.
Bottom: Volleyball is work, too.
Mrs. Robin Hoods try their form at hitting
The tumbling: team in one ot its playful moods.
North Texans live up to the legends that most peo-
ple from Texas Can handle a "hoss." Ol Course those
Coeds werent in such leaends, lout they look nice here.
lt you don't think so, ask the tellow in the middle.
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Actually, the girls are very adept at the lane sport and
play requlafly at the local alleys.
Thats no amateufs swing at the ball. This kind of hockey is hard on the Shins, but lun.
lt grunting aets the job done, this coed will get a strike.
Top: Square dancers.
Center: Coed netters.
Follow-through on a serve is essential as this
younq lady demonstrates.
Lett: Basketbaiiers in a practice game. Right: A modern dance routine
the only reiurninq letlorman
Ioe Barns and Torn Love learn together to play doubles against
Austin College. They won 6-3, 8-6, and the North Texas squad won
the match 541.
0 BOTTOM ROW, left to right: O. Y. Brown, Terry Stephens, Bruce Mason. STANDING: Noel Duke, Tom Love, loc Barns,
Coach Pele Shands.
COACH FRED COBB
Coach Fred Cobb took over his annual du-
ties as golf coach again this year and pushed
the men through qualifying rounds, which kept
the competition for the first team keen through-
out the year. In their first match of the season,
which was with Texas Wesleyan, the Eagles
downed the Ram golfers, 6-l. But in a return
match the Wesleyans came back to hand the
North Texans a 6-3 defeat.
O LEFT TO RIGHT: Bryan Duckworth, Robert Yarbro, Neil Kirkham, Bill Turner, Kenneth Brock, Bill Coffey, Fieldon lNilliams, Ice Echol
Gene Towry, George Day, llmrny Thomas, Ross Collins, Palmer Lawrence, Coach Fred Cobb.
ln the Fat Stock Show matches, the Eagles won third place,
with Eagle Ross Collins taking medalist honors with a low 74.
In two different meets against Lone Star Conference teams, at
Nacogdoches and at Corsicana, the North Texans turned in
two more victories. ln both cases East Texas was second, run-
ning l5 strokes behind the Eagles in the first match, and l7
strokes behind in the second competition. The golfers also
downed TCU 5-4 in a practice session, but were defeated by
SMU GV2-ZV2 in another match. But the season as a Whole
looked good for a conference victory for the Eagles at press
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ORORITIES, fratemities and cam-
pus clubs, like all other things that
have suffered during the past few
years, have been given added zest with
the coming of 1946-47. Unparalleled ac-
tivity has marked organizational func-
tions on the campus for the first time
in five years. The college calendar has
been crowded with notices of dances,
parties, meetings and lectures. Tuxedos
replaced the, uniforms on the dance
floor, the stag lines lengthened, and
social life far surpassed the gaiety and
color of prewar days, I
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VELMA BRAGG, Presidents
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Delta Chi Delta is a social sorority whose pur-
pose is to promote greater social activity for the girls of the cam-
pus. Pledges are selected from the sophomore, junior, and
senior classes, and they must have attended this
college at least one semester. Each pledge must have at least
a "C" average and must be approved unanimously by the active
members. The membership is restricted to thirty-five.
Total enrollment for this year includes Ethel Adams, Sarah
Adams, Betty Alford, Winona Ball, Linda Barber, Ioy
Beene, Virginia Gabbert Boorman, Velma Bragg, Alice Broadfoot,
Marilyn Brooks, Mary lim Carmichael, Martha Ann Crouch,
Marjorie Haynie, Beueline Hibler, Beryl Hoffman,
Mary Elizabeth Hopkins, Frances Ienkins, Christine Keeler,
Martha Ann Kunkel, Mary Lu Kuykendall, Marjorie Lester, Louise
Love, Betty Io McCullar, Mary McKnight, Iohnnie Tate
Oliver, Io Ann Parks, Nelda Parks, Shirley Bay,
Betty Schafer, Martha Shively, Mary Helen Snow, Mary
Springfield, Dana Thompson, Frances White, Valria Ward. Dr.
and Mrs. Wilfred C. Bain and Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Farmer are sponsors.
I FIRST BOW: Brooks, Parks, Snow, Thompson, Shively. SECOND BOW: Kunkel, Schafer, Hibler, Ienkins, Hopkins, Bragg, Oli-
ver, S. Adams, Word. THIRD ROW: Ball, Beene, Barber, Haynie, Alford, E. Adams, White, Broadfoot, Love, Bay, McKnight,
Boorrnan, Springfield, Kuykendall, Carmichael.
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KAPPA KAPPA KAPPA
Kappa Kappa Kappa, a social sorority, was
organized on the campus in the Sprinq ot l939. Members are
chosen by pledqeship from the sophomore, junior, and
senior classes, and the membership is restricted. The
sponsors ot the sorority are Br. and Mrs. M. P. Wells, and
Mrs. lvan O'Leary. This year's active membership includes Mary
Ruth Scott, Sara Alice Scott, Anne Vfeeks, Bill Couch,
Barbara Leonard, Helen Cole, Rosie Royall, Patsy Lovejoy,
Bill Price, lna Brickell, Elaine Crossley, Marjorie
Richards, Sybil Chambers, Betty Chappell, Louise Arledqe, Elsie
Bachman, Betty Blackman, Betty Stewart, Peqqy Wilson,
Dollie Steele, Carolyn Harriss, Anna Io Reeves.
O FlRST ROW: Chappell, Price, Rice, Lovejoy, Weeks, Chambers, Short, Richards, Loucks. SECOND ROW: Ebert, Royall, Davis,
Couch, Scott, Cole, Brickell, Hendrix, Crossley, Leonard, Scott. '
Koppos enjoy cz bull session , . . . . . greet quests wr msn I'llYli'flOI7 , . .
MEMBERS OF KAPPA KAPPA KAPPA SQRQRITY AND DATES AT A EQEMAL DANCE
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IANELL WOOD, Presidents
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KAPPA Tl-IETA PI
Kappa Theta Pi is a social sorority which has
as its aim the development ot its individual members, the los-
tering of worthwhile social activities, and the promotion of
greater friendship among the students of the college.
To become a member ot Kappa Theta Pi, one must have
a "C" average, be oi sophomore standing, and be approved by
all members. Membership is limited to thirty. Active
membership tor this year included Kay Anderson, Ann
Shands, Carolyn Davis, Winitred Bohme, Dawn Hawley,
Ioyce Weatherby, lean Weatherby, lean Derrick, Margaret Bry-
ant, Edna Io Allen, Betty Penry, Ola Faye Heflin, lanell
Wood, Marjorie Martin, Bonnye Williams.
Sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shuiord, Mr. and Mrs.
H. G. Shands, and Mrs. B. B. Harris.
0 FlRST ROW: Anderson, Davis, Holmes, Bohme, Hawley. SECOND ROW: Cloud, Weathorby, Vifeatherby, Derrick, Bryant,
Williams, Allen, Penry, Martin, Heilin, Wood.
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THETA PLEDGES, first row: Stewart, Murphrey, Everett, Hamilton. Second row: Pugh, Ellis, Russell,
Montgomery, Buhl. Third row: Cooper, Pittman, Ray, Ammon, Graves.
Pl-II SICIRA ALP!-IA
Formerly the Kaghlirs, Phi Sigma Alpha social
sorority was organized to promote friendship among the girls on
the campus. To become a member of the Phi Sigma
Alpha, one must be approved by all members, must be
approved by the Dean of WVomen, and must have a "C"
average. Freshmen are not eligible, and transfers must attend
' this college at least one semester before being eligible
IANE NNILSON and
BETTY WILSON presidemg for membership. Total active membership includes Virginia
Baker, Ioyce Bell, Helen loy Boren, Evelyn Burns, Gloria
Bussey, Margie Golightly, lean Harper, Reba Hawthorne, Chris-
tine Elliot Holloway, Marivonne lones, Bobbie Wilcox Mc-
Murray, Yvonne McMurray, Sally Phillips, Betty
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'4 X ' ul' Io Watkins, Ioyce Vxfatkins, Betty Wilson, and lane Wilson. Spon-
sors are Dr. and Mrs. I. H. Dougherty and Mr. and Mrs.
0 FIRST ROVV: Bell, Baker, l. lNiison, Boren, Iones, Ritchie, Hawthorne, McMurray, Tompkins, SECOND ROW: Watkins, B.
Wilson, Burns, Holloway, Pirtle, McMurray, Harper, Phillips, Golightly, 'W'aller, Bussey.
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ZETA PI CAUWVUA
The newest social sorority on the campus, Zeta
Pi Gamma, was activated at the beginning of the Spring
semester. The sorority has as its aims the social
development of its members and the encouragement
ot high scholastic standings among them. Total
active membership includes Mary Ann Frank, Barbara Iohn-
son, Charlotte Bohlin, Colleen Hodges, Gloria Iackson,
Selma Sorenson, Edna Kimbrough, Margaret Hol-
liman, Iohnnie McCurrin, Almeta Lindley, Hazel Ran-
dolph, Bobbie Theibaud, Bobbie Waldrip, lane Taylor, Ioan
Hill, Patty Watson. Sponsors are Miss Mamie E. Smith
and Dr. and Mrs. Bob Marquis.
n, Vandergrifi, Marburger, Bradford, Sorenson. SECOND ROW: Robbins, Matsler, Prank, Bohlin, lohnson,
BETA ALM-IA Duo Bam
Beta Alpha Bho Beta is a social iraternity Whose
purpose is to encourage fellowship and social development amonq
the young mon ot the colleae. Membership is by pledaef
ship. The sponsors are Dr. and Mrs. Max Huebner and Dr.
and Mrs. l. K. Cf. Silvey. Total active membership includes
PAUL HQBINSON ,md Milton Beaty, Tom Hardie, Clarence Oliver, Lemuel LaBue, Bob
PAT Cl l A FM AN, Preszffezitu
Bayless, Bill Adams, Bob Woodall, Walter Harpool, Arne
Hovdesven, Fred Shubert, Douglas Williamson, Patton
Chapman, Paul Bobinson, Bill Penry, Burl Stitt, lirnmie Whitmire,
' .Q Vtfayland McNutt, Bay Beynolds, Glenn Cox, Quentin Thomas,
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F - I l. D. Lane, lohn Hood, Wilson Stark, Claude Taylor, Lloyd
I Partain, lohn McAtee, Felix Burnett, Leslie Cook,
'Q' Forrest Word, lack Thurman, A. B. Willetord, Charles Cash.
0 FIBST BON: Beary, Hardie, Oliver, LaRue, Vfhitiniro, McNutt, Reynolds, Bayless. SECOND BOVV3 Cox, Adams, Thomas, Lane.
Hood, Woodall, Harpool, Simpson. THlBD BOW: Hovdesven, Stark, Taylor, Partain, Mc!-Xtee, Burnett, Young, Cook, Schubert.
FOUBTH BOW: Vtfard, Vlfilliarnson, Thurman, McClarty, Chapman, Willeford, Bobinson, Penry, Cash, Stiff.
The Falcon fraternity is a social fraternity com-
posed ot representative men ot the college. Although fellowship
and social development are the main objectives of the
young men comprising the Falcons, scholarship is encour-
aged. The sponsors are Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Brodie and
Dr. and Mrs. Price Truitt. Total active membership includes lack
SAM GRAY ,md Adams, Garrett Brammer, l. W. Brooks, Robert Calloway,
RAY DYCHE, P . 'd
my ents Noah Carter, Ted Crurnbley, Dave Duncan, Ray M.
Dyche, Wallace Frazior, lack Gilbert, Sam Gray, lack leanes,
E. D. lordan, Howard Lucas, Wayne Matthews, Howard McBee,
' Bill Patterson, Roy Phillips, Bill Pitman, Gene Porter,
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Simmons, Marvin Sparks, William K. Walters, Herbert
Vtfhite, lolrn Xltfhite, Roy lack Woods, Arthur Wylie.
FIRST ROVV: Rav, Wilkie, Rogers, Riddle, Forrester, Grant, Marvel, Pratt, Pruitt, Cunningham, Nichols, SECOND ROW: Carter,
lordan, Callaway, Phillips, Crurnbley, Rust, Sparks, Frazior. THlRD RONV: W'iley, DYCN9, RiChf'IYflSr M'5BG9r l- VV'l1iT9r PCITfGYSO1'1r
leans. FOURTH ROW: Brooks, Porter, Duncan, Brodie, Richardson, Pitman, Brammer, Vtfalters, Gray, Vtfhite, Truitt.
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Falcon plefdqes give time cmd lemperczfure-sleep in batlltubs . . . . . shine shoes . .
. . . show off prefty bow tlres . . . . . while the elder brethren oqle at the Girls
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The Geezles comprise a social fraternity whose
purpose is to promote a closer and more friendly relationship
among its members and iellow associates. The sponsor is Dr.
I. L. Carrico and Dr, O. I. Curry. Total membership includes
I. C. tGusl Spencer, Mack Keck, Dave Spencer, M. N. Vtfaters,
In C- SPENCER cmd Finis Turner, Iames D. Shipman, Winston Chance, Max Crolcl-
MAX GOLDSMITH' presidents smith, Wilburn Curnutt, Glen Iohnson, Harvey Patterson,
Bud Hopkins, Neil Honeycutt, Robert Morgan, E. C, Dawson,
P-is 5. lra De Poor, Nick Iohnson, Felix Colmenares, Iimmy
,wva Bronauqh, Charlie Bryant, A. D. Cates, Halley Dick, Charlie
9 ,V Dickerson, Billy Bob Gale, Pierce Grisham, M. L. CToppiel
P . ' Hill, Horace CSonnyl Kemble, Frank McCanahan, T. G.
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0 FIRST ROW: Keck, Marcum, Honeycutt, N. Johnson, Waters, Curnutt, Colmenares, D. Spencer, Goldsmith, I. Spencer, De Poor.
SECOND ROVV: Iohns, G. Iohnson, Turner, Hester, Shipman, Patterson, Chance, Dawson.
PI Pl-II PRI
Pi Phi Pi is a social fraternity whose aim is to form
a more binding link between its own members and the student
body. Members of the fraternity stand pledged to the
fostering of high academic rating, a proper sense of deco-
rum, and fraternal loyalty. Prospective members,
if they are approved during a period of pledgeship, are extended
invitations to become members of the club. An annual for-
DYEB MOORE d , , , ,
,CHN LEE BROWN, glsjdems mal dance, the Spring Leaf Frolic, climaxes the social
functions of the year. Total enrollment includes Dyer Moore,
Ir., Dick Hill, Bill Coleman, Dick Scrivener, lack Boorman, Bill
Martin, Harry Heflin, Iack Vaught, Bill Wester, Bay
M Elledge, Wade Hearn, lim Scott, Claude Hoffman, Campbell
Scott, lim Thompson, lack Hardy, Don Griffin, Bud lones,
'ir' V George Blackburn, Skipper Shipp, lohn Lee Brown, Earl Slaughter,
lr if we Bill Pickens, Charles Meeks, Paul Conner, David Zachary,
lohn McFadden, lack May, Bill Lindsay.
0 FIRST ROW: I. Scott, Coleman, Hearn, Elledge, Neville, Wester, Vaught, Heflin. SECOND BOW: C. Scott, May, Brown, Shipp,
Tones, Conner, Browning, Hill, Slaughter. THlBD BOW: Thompson, Hardy, Blackburn, Hoffrnan, Martin, Moore, Boorrnan, Sheridan.
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PI PHI PI'S GATHER WITH SPRING PLEDGES
Pi Phis make redheads of their pledges . . . . . . Cut cz rug . . .
. pose the pledges . . . . . . cmd throw of big banquet cr! Cl downtown cafe
SIGWA Pl-II DU
Sigma Phi Nu, the newest social fraternity on
this campus, has as its objectives the social and fraternal
betterment of its members. The fraternity also strives
to foster higher academic ratings among its mem-
ED YOUNGBLOOD and bers. Total membership includes Hugh Wain,
FRANK ANDEBSCDN, Presidents
Bill Williamson, Dexter Gordon, Don Williamson, Don
Harper, Ed Youngblood, Lloyd Curlee, Tom Davis, Bob
Douglass, I. O. Eoxworth, Boy Bishop, Iohn Mullins,
Eddie Adams, Frank Anderson, Philip Pegens,
Winston Dickie, Elton Singer.
0 FIRST ROW: Foxworth, Bishop, Mullins, Adams, Anderson, Pegens, Dickie, Singer. SECOND ROW: 'Wairr B, Williamson, Gor-
don, D. Williamson, Harper, Youngblood, Curlee, Davis, Douglass.
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SIGMA PHI NUS AND OTHERS ENIOY REFRESHMENTS AT CULBERSON HALL PARTY
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IIAROLD DAVIS, Presidents
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Talons fraternity, an organization of campus
men selected by pledgeship, is one of the outstanding social
fraternities on this campus. Membership is selected by bid-
ding and pledgeship. Successful completion of pledge-
ship entitles the prospective member to full mem-
bership. The sponsor is Dr. I. B. McBryde. Total membership
includes Roger Averyt, Bryan Bannister, Henry Barlow,
George Beggs, Iimmy Boyd, Dalton Campbell, Bobby Cloud, Bill
Coffey, Harold Davis, Iack DeCordova, Bill Ezell, LeRoy Gib-
son, Ioe Gieb, Homer Hall, Bobby Ienkins, Paul Iones,
Stanley Kennedy, Fred McCain, Lewis McDonald,
Delbert McKnight, Hunter McWilliams, W. M. Mumford,
Milton Musick, Bill Oglesby, Mills Parker, I. D. Perry,
'Wade Polk, Kenneth Precise, Phillip Price, Gerald Ricks, Iack
Roberts, Wayne Scarbrough, Ioe Specht, Ray Taylor, Ray
Womack, Floyd Farrington, Elbert Lewis, Iames Lewis,
Bennet Rice, Perry Stephens, Felton Whitlow, and Ray Wyatt.
FIRST ROW: Price, DeCordova, Precise, Cloud, Davis, Oglesby, Parker, Bannister. SECOND ROW': Roberts, Mumford, Hall, Musick,
Ricks, Specht, Coffey, McW'illiains, Ienkins, McCain. THIRD ROW: Womack, Scarbrough, Campbell, Averyl, Kennedy, Ramsey,
Gieb, Perry, Iones, Polk, Harriss, McBryde. FOURTH ROW: Barlow, McDonald, Ezell, Taylor, Koonce, McKnight, Boyd, Beggs,
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The Trojans is a social fraternity whose purpose
is to foster a greater feeling of fellowship and to inculcate a
larger degree of participation in social activities among
the men students of the college. Pledges are selected
only by unanimous vote, and their membership is contin-
gent upon successful fulfilment of the duties of pledgeship, after
which a final vote is taken. The club publishes one of the
HENRY MCCHEIGHT and college's two fraternity papers, The Trojan Shield, which is pre-
WINSTON WIGHT, Presidents sented to members, exes, and guests at the banquet
in December, and at the formal dinner-dance in May. Total mem-
bership includes Chalmers Burke, Ioe Caldwell, Boss Collins,
Edwin Duffel, Wingfield Galbraith, Boy Hammons, Morris
Kibler, Henry McCreight, L. C. Slimp, B. L. Trout, Mack D.
Vaughn, Eugene West, Taylor ludson, Harlan Hamilton, Dan
Maguire, lack Brownlee, Iulius Carver, Ioe Barns,
Dorris Harrison, Fred Davis, Ioe Callaway, Iohn Mc-
Curdy, Winston Wight, Carl Melton.
O FIRST ROW: Hamilton, Brownlee, Judson, Caldwell, Trout, Duffel. SECOND ROW: Kibler, W'est, Hammons, Carver, Vaughn, Maguire,
Collins. THIRD ROVV: Ezell, Barns, Wight, Harrison, Davis, Burke, McCreight.
TROIANS AND DATES AT THE SADIE HAWKINS DANCE
Trojans have or rush banquet . . , . . . sit ond talk . . .
. . . admire their sign
. . . and enjoy Q spot o' tern.
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The Athletic Council serves as an advisory board to the
Administration on matters pertaining to sports and other ath-
letic policies ot the school. The Council is composed of six
taculty and tour student members. The membership for this
year includes Mr. Theron I. Fouts, Dean of Men, Dr. B. B. Har-
ris, Dean of Administration, Miss Beulah Harriss, Protessor ot
Physical Education, Mr. E. H. Farrington, Director ot the Place-
ment Service, Mr. Dixie Boyd, Business Manager ot the Col-
lege, Mr. William G. Woods, Assistant Dean ot Men, Fred
McCain, senior representative, Lemuel LaBue, junior repre-
sentative, Bill Coffey, sophomore representative, and Frank
Petruy, freshman representative.
Farrington, McCain, Fouls, Petruy, Boyd, XVoods, Harriss LaRue
DE ARTS CClTlfTlITTl2E
lt is the duty of the Fine Arts Committee to select and spon-
sor all Fine Arts programs presented on the stage at North
Texas. Liaison Work between artist agencies and the college
is handled by this committee. The council proper is composed
ot six faculty and tour student members. The members tor this
year are Dr. Sam B. McAlister, Chairman, Mr. Dixie Boyd,
Business Manager ot the College, Mrs. Dude Neville McCloud,
Director ot Publicity, Mrs. Myrtle Hardy, Director of College
Players, Dr. Wilfred C. Bain, Dean of the School ot Music,
and Dr. Donnie Cotteral, Chairman of the Womens Division,
Department of Physical Education. Student members include
Martha Shively, senior representative, Kay Anderson, junior
representative, Katherine McNeil, sophomore representative,
and Howard Stansbury, freshman representative.
O Lett to right Cotteral, McCloud, McAlister, Anderson, Bain, Shively.
CIIQLS' FOIQUTU COUNCIL
The Girls' Forum Council is an organization which helps
to direct the social lite of the campus, and to raise campus
standards. Every girl in the college is included in its mem-
bership. The Work ot the Forum is carried on through the
Forum Council, which is composed ot officers nominated by
the Forum Council and twelve members elected by the girls
of the four classes, respectively. The sponsor is Dean of Women
Imogene Bentley. Total membership of the council includes
Alice Broadioot, Virginia Gabbert Boorman, Billie Price, lanell
Wood, Ola Denman Hetlin, Mary Lu Kuykendall, Ethel Adams,
Patsy Ammon, Peggy Sullivan, Billye Robertson, Shirley Beall,
0 FIRST ROW: Bridges, Heflin, Wood, Robertson, Kuykendall. SECOND ROW Hawley Sullivan Bam Broadfoot Bentley
Boorman, Adams, Beall, Ammon,
The general policies of the Graduate School are determined
by the Graduate Council, and are administered by the Dean of
the Graduate School. Present members of the council include:
Dr. lack lohnson, Dean of the Graduate School, Dr. W. C.
Bain, Dean of the School of Music, Dr. I. L. Carrico, Director ot
the Department of Chemistry, Dr. O. I. Curry, Dean ot the School
of Business Administration, Dr. Iames C. Matthews, Dean ot
the School of Education, Dr. Sam B. McAlister, Director of the
Department ot Government, Dr. L. W. Newton, Director of the
Department of History, Dr. A. M. Sampley, Director oi Libra-
ries, Dr. Florence Scoular, Dean of the School of Home Eco-
nomics, Dr. Cora Stafford, Director oi the Department ot Art,
and Dr. Floyd Stovall, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences.
Ex-officio members include: Dr. W. I. McConnell, President of
the College, Dr. B. B. Harris, Dean of Administration, and
Dr. Alex Dickie, Registrar.
0 SEATED, left to right: Drs. Stovall, Carrico, Sampley, Bain, Dickie, Harris, Scoular, McConnell,
McAlister, Curry, Iohnson, Stafford, Matthews.
The Inter-Fraternity Council was organized for the purpose
of obtaining a more complete understanding between the fra-
ternities and officers of administration of the college. lt is
composed of a senior and junior representative from each fra-
ternity. The council's sponsor is Dean ot Men Theron I. Fouls.
Total membership includes: Noah Carter, lack Gilbert, Walter
Harpool, Bill Penry, Bud Hopkins, Mack Keck, Ray Womack,
Felton Whitlow, Ross Collins, Edwin Duffel, Bill Coleman, and
The lnter-Sorority Council affords an opportunity tor the
discussion of the problems, interests, and Welfare ot the college
sororities. The sororities represented in the council are Phi Sigma
Alpha, Kappa Kappa Kappa, Kappa Theta Pi, Delta Chi Delta,
and Zeta Pi Gamma. The sponsor of the council is Dean of
'Women lmoqene Bentley. Total membership includes: Rose
Marie Royall, Velma Braqq, Mary E. Hopkins, Betty Wilson,
Bill Price, Ianell Wood, lean Harper, Edna Io Allen, Barbara
Iohnson, and Mary Ann Frank.
0 SEATED, left to riqht: Royall, Broqa, Hopkins, Wilsoa, Price, VVood, Harper, Allen.
The Publications Council is composed of six faculty members,
appointed by the President, one member from each of the four
classes, elected by the classes, and four ex-officio members who are
the editors of THE YUCCA, The Avesta, and The Campus Chat, and
the business manager of the student publications. The council has
general direction of the student publications. lt elects the editorial
staffs of the different publications, faculty members are assigned
to advise the student groups and assist them in their different ace
tivities. Total membership includes: Dr. M. P. Wells, Chairman of
the Publications Council, Mrs. Dude Neville McCloud, Director of
the News Service and sponsor of the Chat, Mr. C. E. Shuford. direc-
tor ot the Department of lournalism and sponsor of the Chat, Mr. l. D.
Hall, Director of the Print Shop, and Faculty Manager of the YUCCA,
Miss Mamie Smith, Faculty Sponsor of the Avesta, Velma Bragg,
senior representative, lim Thompson, junior representative, Helen
Miller, sophomore representative, Mac Brillhart, freshman represen-
tative, Bob Stanley, Editorfin-Chief of The Campus Chat, Gerald Kirk,
Editor-in-Chief of The Avesta, Albert Bartley, Editor-in-Chief ot THE
YUCCA, and Valria Word, Business Manager of Publications.
0 SEATED: Miller, Ellis, Smith, Brillhart, Bragg, Word STKNDINC Veils St ml y Bourland
McCloud, Shuford, Kirk, Hall, Burke.
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0 STANDlNG: Burleson, Taylor, Timberlake, Wattner, Cowan, Self, Evans, Cunningham, Kunkel. SEATED: Amyx, Preston, Linn, Chambers,
Patterson, Fowler, Pollard, Meador, Bushey.
A Library Service scholastic A L D ,I-I A L
organization, Alpha Lambda
Sigma encourages individual scholarship, and promotes high
ethical standards in the library profession. Composed of stu-
dents and ex-students of the Library Service Department who
have shown unusual ability and who meet certain academic
standards, the club sponsored a tea tor freshmen Library Ser-
vice majors, an initiation luncheon, and a special luncheon
tor Library Clinic Guests. The total membership includes: lra
Nell Burnett, Dorothy Bush Burleson, Billye Bushey, Elinor
Calmbach, Sybil Chambers, Grace Corbin, Margaret Cowan,
Rosalyn Paw, l'Nell Fowler, Beverly Goodhart Amyx, Martha
Kunkel, Dorotha Linn, Earnestine Meador, lonnie Patterson,
Ianet Pollard, Martha Preston, La Verne Timberlake, Sarabeth
Turney Taylor, Geraldine Wattner, Dorothy McKay Winder.
Eta Chapter of Alpha Chi is one ot the oldest organizations
on the campus. Organized here as the W. H. Bruce Chapter
ot the Scholarship Society in 1923, it has since changed its
name and become a national organization. The purpose ot
the club is to recognize and promote scholarship together with
those elements ot character that make scholarship effective
tor the individual. luniors and seniors with a high scholastic
standing are admitted as members. The only social event ot
the year was an initiation banquet given at Marquis Hall.
The total membership includes: Ethel Davis Adams, Betty
Altord, loyce Arnold, lames Ashmore, Albert Baker, Virginia
Baker, Mrs. Betty Wion Bender, Doris Bomar, Lila Marette
Boney, lna Fern Brickell, Velma Bragg, Claire Bryant, Helen
Burton, Lavon Buster, Alice Broadtoot, Betty Brooks, Pearl
Cherrington, Wilma Cozart, Elaine Crossley, Mrs. Ezell Curtis,
David Dawson, Thomas Dean, Billie C-ene Duncan, Virginia
Doggett, Mrs. Winnie Edwards, Lucille Eskridge, Martelia
Ewing, Mary Ann Frank, Barbara Foote, Wrenna Fortson, lesse
0 FIRST BOVJ: Cozart, Frazell, laclcson, B. Smith, Rumsey, Edwards, Miller, Bender, Curtis, SECOND FLOW: Gassaway, Stobaugh, Mattison,
Foote, Frank, Kisinger, Kinzy, D. Smith, Meacham, Haynie, lenkins. THIRD ROW: C. Smith, Fowler, Cherrington, Ioshua, Wyatt, Goode,
Fulwiler, Penry, Hovdesven, Middleton, Gritliths, Fortson, Shook, Brown.
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0 FIRST RCW: Purgason, McAfee, Baker, Eskridge, Steele, Brickell, Crossley, Bomar. SECOND ROW: Holzman, Harris, Jordon, Franklin Thiele
Parker, Nease, Adams. THIRD ROW: Ewing, Secrest, LaRoe, Goodhart, Holt, Harper, Ashmore, Buster, Robinson, McLain, Dean, Newton
U. Fowler, Mary Frances Franklin, Melba Frazell, Emma Lee
Fulwiler, Betty Gassaway, Iames Goode, Beverly lean Good-
hart, Iimmie Dane Griffis, Harold Hartline, Carolyn Harris,
lean Harper, Flowayne Holt, Mary E. Hopkins, Io Anne Holz-
man, Ernest Ray Hudspeth, Dorothy Ann Iackson, Gloria len-
kins, laneth Iordan, Hannah Ioshua, lean Marie Kinzy, Dorris
Iuanice Kisinger, Martha Kunkle, Lester LaRoe, Lois Ann Lam,
Louise McAfee, Louise McLane, Marjorie Mattison, Marjorie
Meacham, William Middleton, Marguerite Milke, Elizabeth
Miller, Iulia Mudd, Patricia Ochsenbein, Mary Frances Parker,
Virginia Pennock, Varina Powell, Margaret Purgason, Betty
Penry, Mary Evelyn Nease, Evon Carter Richards, lean Rich-
ardson, Mabel Robinson, Margaret C. Robbins, Dorothy Rum-
sey, Everett Leigh Secrest, Billie lo Smith, Dorothy lean Smith,
Mary Margaret Smith, Cordell Smith, Dollie Steele, Burl Stiff,
Margaret Stobaugh, Ouita Taylor, Wilma Thiele, Elizabeth
Youngblood, Ianell Wood.
MISS MYRTLE BROWN
Composed ot majors in History who have maintained a
high scholastic average, the E. D. Criddle Historical Society
strives to stimulate interest in History, and to torm a means
ot social intercourse among students working in the historical
iield. Social activities of the year included addresses by Drs.
Sampley, Morrison, Barton and Newton, and a Christmas Din-
ner. The total membership ot the society includes: Cordell
Smith, lack Strickland, Patricia Ochsenbein, Meredith Rollins,
lames Pearson, Dorothy Greer, Douglas Kelley, Gene Hodges,
lohn Hopper, Noble Masters, Helen loy Boren, E. C. Buell, Claire
Bryant, Earnestine Meador, Dr. Anna Powell, Dr. C. A. Bridges,
Mrs. Mable Criddle, Dr. and Mrs.
E D CIQIDDLE l-IISTCIQICAL SCCIETV L. W, Newton, Cmgerie Wim..
H 0 N O H A B Y
0 llBSl' BOVJ: Pearson, Mearlor Buren, Grcer, Ochscnlzein, Buell. SECOND BOW: Vifilson, Masters, Smith, Kelly, Powell. THIBD BOW: Strick-
Lridtges, Gerditig l'c'rguson Hodges, Newton, Newton.
I EIRST ROVV: Cockrell, Splawn, Harris, Pender, Younqblood, lettries, Adams. SECOND ROW: Hudains, Traster, Fox, McAlister, llovdesven,
Laney, Mason. 'THIRD ROVJ: Staber, Hunter, Mullenix, Iotinson, Goode, Simmons Moore, Cox, Cokendolpher.
One of the newest campus clubs, Delta Alpha Delta, was
orqanized in November, l946. Named tor I. W. "Dad" Pender,
retired Director oi the Department oi Government, the club has
as its main purposes the development ot scholarship in Gov-
ernment, and an increase ot interest in Government problems.
The club has had two main highlights in its activities ot this
year, a breakfast fellowship hour, and a lecture on "The Closed
Shop issue." The total enrollment ot the organization includes:
Bruce Mason, tune Mandeville, Elden Traster, Garth Cockerell,
Lonnie Cockerell, Leonard Brock, Thomas Laney, Sam Iohn-
son, Harold Staber, lames Goode, Ray Grittin, Altord Mullenix,
Iohn Simmons, lack Cox, Elliot Browder, L. C. Slimp, Wayne
Splawn, Elizabeth Youngblood, Bill Gipson, Arne Hovdesven,
Doyle Adams, Dyer Moore, Floyd Cokendolpher, Patricia Har-
ris, Hollis Becker, Otto Flock, Antonia Garcia, Ernest Grittin,
lohn Hensley, Hewell Howell, Charles Myres, William Nunn,
H. B. Southern, Aaron Windor.
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0 FIRST BOVV: Wilcox, Walker, Taylor, Kidd.
Rho Chapter of Delta Psi Kappa, Wornen's physical educa-
tion organization, was founded on the NTSC campus in l928.
The club establishes a recognition of worthwhile achievements
by women in Physical Education, and promotes a fellowship
among those in this field. Students majoring or minoring in
Physical Education of sophomore standing with certain scho-
lastic qualifications are eligible for entrance. Total member-
ship for this year included: Bennye Taylor, Wanda Kidd, Shir-
ley Blackburn, Bobby Wilcox McMurray, Margaret Morriss,
Una Faye Kirksey, Mary Lois Griggs, Martha Buder, Mrs. An-
gelina Curnutt, Doris Walker, Miss Beulah Harriss, Miss Edith
Kubeck, Miss Bita Pilkey, Miss Beva Ebert, Miss Ursula Angell.
SECOND BOW: Ebert, Kubeck, Harriss, Morriss, Cotteral, Pilkey.
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0 FIRST RCW: Lareau, lane Barr, Stewart, Vauqhn, Kyle, Vtfalker, Swift. SECOND ROVV: Chaifin, Mudd, Chapman, Simmons, Townsend, Har-
mon, lanet Barr, Rainey, Tidwell, Whitsett. THIRD ROW: Wood, Shipp, Braqa, Hodqes, Pugh, Ellis, Rae, Ferguson, Martin, Adkins, Ammon.
Founded in l93l and sponsored by Kappa De'
ta Pi, the ommqlrton seedy is Q iowi hom? m m A D l 0 lfl S 0 C l E T V
iraternity. Graanized to promote and encourage
worthy achievements among freshmen, the club's activities in-
clude monthly meetinas and yearly luncheons. Membership
is chosen trom the upper level ot the treshman classg those
chosen may retain their status as members until the completion
ot the sophomore year.
Total membership includes: Inn Adams, loyue Adkins, Lou Ellen Allison,
Patsy Arnrnon, Lee Arnold, Eugene K. Arledae, lack Armstrong, Elsie Bachmari,
lean Bain, Dorothy Ball, Linda Barber, De Olva Barnard, lane Barr, lanet Barr,
Betty Beasley, Gorald Berry, lo Ann Bragg, Kathleen Cantrell, Bob Castleherry,
Charlono Chartiri, lerene Chapnran, lean Childers, Mildred Clement, Bettyu
Crawford, Ruth Collier, Betty Curry, Betty Daniels, C. L. Davis, lr., E, S. Ellis,
lr., lsabel Ellis, Pat Farris, Martha Forgusorr, Betty Frixzell, Elsie Grant, Norma
Harrington, Mrs. Emily K. Davidson, Dolores Harshbaraer, Ellen Herndon, Gone
Hoaaes, LaVerne Hodaes, loltn Hopper, Nita Horton, Lucille Ienninas, Beverly
Kyle, Carnile Labat, Shirley Lareau, lune Martin, loan Mask, Helen Miller,
lack Miller, Patsy Miller, Charline Moyer, Mary Mucid, Gwendel Mulkey, Cath-
erine McCarty, Williarii McCorrriiclf:, Pat Newman, Charlene North, Nilwon
Nowlin, Dorothy Nell Pugh, Mildred Bainey, Mary Ray, Truett Reid, Dorothy
Noll Roblzins, Stanley Shepelwich, Betty Lou Shtpp, Emma B, Shultz, Marianne
Schwiit, Mary Elizabeth Simmons, Dorothy Ellen Smith, Bob Stanley, Elaine
Stewart, Maxine Tidwell, Ruth Townsend, Frances Triaa, Billie lean Klfarner,
lewel War'ririaton, Lanelle Ward, Doris Vllhitsett, Bobbie Wilcox, Bobliio XIV.
Hooper VVilkerson, Lucy Dale Vfilliarn, Frances Vfood, Mary Wylice, loan W.
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KAPPA DELTA PI
Kappa Delta Pi is an honorary society in education. Pros-
pective members are selected on an elective basis. Among
other considerations, members must meet certain scholarship
requirements. The club's sponsors are Miss Bessie Shook, Miss
Myrtle Brown, and Dr. L. W. Newton, Total active membership
includes: Ethel Davis Adams, Katherine Anderson, loyce Arn-
old, Betty Wion Bender, Alice Broadioot, Claire Bryant, Helen
Burton, Lavon Buster, Pearl Cherrington, Charles Chowning,
Mrs. 'Winnie Edwards, Martella Ewing, Edith Lucille Eskridge,
Wrenno M. Eortson, Mary Ann Erank, Mary Erances Eranklin,
Melba lames Erazell, Ermalee Eulwiler, Iimmie Dane Griitis,
lames Goode, Elowayne l'iolt, Mary E. Hopkins, Dorothy Ann
Iackson, lean Marie Kinzy, Martha A. Kunkel, Dorris luanice
Kisinger, Lester M. Lalltoe, Louise McAiee, Elizabeth Miller,
Iuliot Mudd, Virginia Pennock, Margaret Purgason, Shirley Bay,
Dorothy Bumsey, Billie lo Smith, Mary Margaret Smith, Dorothy
lean Smith, Burl Stiit, Ouita Taylor, Wilrna Thiele, B. C. Wyatt,
0 FIRST ROYN: Taylor, Eskridge, Kisinger, Franklin, Davis, Smith, Edwards, Penncck, Erazell. SECOND PIOVV: Kinzy, Kunkel, Bender, Cher-
rington, Smith, Wyatt, Mudd, Curtis, McAfee, Brown.
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O FIRST RCW: Burleson, Williaiiis, Patterson, Corbin, McGraw, Ball, Chambers, Paw, Fowler, Cunningham. SECOND ROW: Amyx, Calmbach,
Phenix, Thornton, Meaclor, Tune, Cowan, Murdoch, Burnett, Curtis, Preston, Osburn, Bolling.
The McCracken Club strives to provide an op-
portunity tor closer fellowship in school and to stimu- T l-I
late interest in library service. The club was named
tor Mrs. Pearl McCracken, now Librarian Emeritus, and is com-
posed ot all library service majors and minors who wish to
join. Social activities tor the year included a tea honoring all
freshman library service majors, and an annual picnic at
Lake Dallas. Total enrollment includes: Beverly Goodhart
Amyx, Dorothy Bush Burleson, Elinor Calmbach, Tune Martin,
Carolyn Thornton, Maxine Phenix, lonnie Patterson, Earnestine
Meador, Grace Corbin, Margaret Cowan, Nell Burnett, Winona
Ball, Ezell Curtis, Martha Preston, Mary Margaret Bolling,
Sybil Chambers, Rosalyn Eaw, l'Nell Fowler, Buth Qsburn,
Martha Kunkel, Elizabeth Miller, Dorothy Bumsey, lennie Tune,
Gloria Murdoch, Billie Dell McGraw.
E VUCCRACKEU CLUB
ITIU Pl-II EPSILGD
The School ot Music ot North Texas State College oraanized
a local chapter ot Mu Phi Epsilon, national music sorority tor
women, in the sprinq ot l945. The sorority functions as a serf
vice organization tor musical activities, and its members pref
sent tormal musicales tor the student body and townspeople.
Membership in the oraanization is based on musicianship,
scholarship, and faculty recommendation, and membership
is open to those students participating in musical activities.
There are approximately sixty active chapters ot Mu Phi
Epsilon in American colleges and universities. Total member-
ship at NT includes: Mary March Acker, Arleta Bowles, Qlna
Broadtoot, Helen Cole, Vtfilrna Cozart, Billie Duncan, Elaine
Dupuis, Betty Gassaway, Ermine Hall, Carolyne Harris, Natalie
Hutton, LaVerne Hunt, lane LeEevre, Mary Katherine Lotz,
Marjorie Meacham, Ruth Beavley, Nanette Beese, Betty Schater,
Ann Shands, Mary Helen Snow, Mary Elizabeth Durrett Stev-
ens, Bonnye Willianis, Katherine McNeill.
0 FlBST BOVV: Lotz, Aclcer, Snow, Cozart, Shands, Broadtoot, Beavoly, Williams, Schafer. SECGND BOVV: Dupuis, Gassaway, Reese, Meacham
Harris, Leljevre, Duncan, Hall, Bowles, Henderson, McNeill, Hunt.
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0 FIRST ROW: Nelson, Robbins, Tyson, Swafforcl, Willeford, Saunders, Usrey, Mullins, Williamson, Martin, McCormick. SECOND ROW Hud
speth, lohnston, Robbins, Dannelley, Gaston, Holzman, Rein, Dannelley, Doggett, Riley, Cox, luengermann.
Pi Phi Beta offers Biology majors and minors an oppor-
tunity to further their professional knowledge and promotes
fellowship with students of a common interest. Members are
chosen from Biology majors and minors who have maintained
certain scholastic standings, and a residence requirement. So-
cial activities for the year included outstanding professional
speakers and a formal initiation banquet in the Crystal Room.
The club will probably be accepted into Beta Beta Beta, na-
tional biological society, sometime this year. 'Total member-
ship includes: Doris Bomar, Sara Alice Cox, Marjorie Dan-
nelley, Onita Dannelley, Virginia Doggett, Harlene Gaston,
IoAnn Holzman, Ernest Ray Hudspeth, William McCormick,
Ioe Martin, lohn Mullins, Arnold Nelson, Dorothy Rein, Mary
Nelle Riley, Finis Robbins, Margaret Robbins, Brown Scott,
William Saunders, Dwight Swafford, IoAnne Taylor, Ioe Tyson,
David Usrey, A. B. Willeford, W. A. Williamson, Helena
PI Pl-II BE
ERNEST RAY HUDSPETH
istration majors, was organized here in l928. Members must
be BA. majors of junior or senior standing holding a certain
high scholastic average and meeting other educational ref
auirements. Highlights ot the organization's social activities
T tor the year were a formal banquet and a picnic, both tor new
members. Two members attended the national convention held
in Chicago in December, l946.
The total enrollment includes: Lilla Grubbs, Les LaBoe, Mar-
garet Ouebe, Ouita Taylor, Mary Kate Bandle, julia Lough-
mgi BRICKELL miller, Margaret Hopkins, Harold Hartline, Doris Kaden, Mar-
jorie llaynie, Dorothy Langford, Yvonne McMurray, Ruth Gary,
P I Q m -E G A D I loyce Hammack, Elaine Crossley, lna Brickell, lohnnie Tate,
l-l O N O B A B Y Gwen Hendrix, lmogene Moore, Mary F. Strader, Boberta Beid,
0 FlBST PLOW: Chaffin, Franklin, Fowler, Kinzy, Harvard, Grubbs, Eskridge. SECOND BOW: Brannon, Ouebe, Gilbert, Smith, McDaniel, Taylor,
Barnett, Brickell. THIRD BOW: l-lartline, LaRoe, Sheppard, Rodgers, McDonald, Phillips, Clierrington, McDougal.
Pi Omega Pi, campus honorary society tor Business Admin-
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I FTRST RO'W': Short, Underwood, Penry, Tate, Kuykendall, Whitaker, Hammock. SECOND ROVV: Crossley, Nichols, B. Iohnson, Loughrniller,
Griffis, Pickard, Parker, Brite. THIBD BOVV: Larimer, Newton, lohnson, Bailey, Williams, Chowning, Frazell, Pennock, Bogan.
Bettye Bogan, Veda Underwood, Ftozelle Meador, Iimrnie Grif-
tis, Ruth Hendricks, Boland lohnson, Betty Collins, Darlene D I Q nl E G A D l
Chaffin, Daphne Snell, Lucille Eskridge, Bennye Taylor, Thelma H O N O R A R Y
Copeland, O. V. McDonald, I. L. Badgers, Howard McBee, Mort
Ewing, Robert Bailey, Billie lo Smith, Leona Merrill, Margaret
Barnett, Pearl Cherrington, lo McDougal, Myra Pickard, Aleta
McDaniel, loy Marie Parker, Bay Phillips, lr., Mrs. Elva Gilbert,
Bonita Bright, Virginia Pennock, Melba Frazell, Doris Whitaker,
Betty Penry, lulia Short, Mary lane Nichols, Mary Frances
Franklin, I'Nell Fowler, lean Kinzy, Lena Bose Harvard, Oletha
Brannan, Mary Lu Kuykendall, Barbara lohnson, Donald Earl
Williams, Mr. W. A. Larimer, Miss Kathleen Flood, Miss Opal
Wright, Mr. Tom Bose, Mr. A. A. Miller, Mr. G. B. Brookshear,
Dr. Byron Newton.
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H O N O B A B Y
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Alpha Lambda Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta was organized
on the campus ot North Texas State on Iune 22, l945. The pur-
pose of the society is to encourage the study of history and
encourage scholarship oi its members. Membership is open
to juniors and seniors who have completed twelve hours of
history with an average grade ot B. The organization sponsors
activities ot interest to history majors and minors. Total mem-
bership for this year included William C. Cleveland, lack
Strickland, Io Delle Lawrence, lames Goode, Nick Buggieri,
E. C. Buell, Claire Bryant, Earnestine Meador, Cordell Smith,
Patricia Ochsenbein, Melvin Fenoglio.
OW: Buell, Moran, Strickland, Cleveland, Goode, Smith, Newton, Fenoglio.
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0 FIRST ROIN: Braxton, Babason, Smith, Haynes, Frank, McConnell, Mullins, Hunnicutt, Powell, Smith. SECOND ROYV: Moss, Yeager, Dyson,
Nations, Lynn, Firlie, Martin, Pugh, Petrash, Cvrear, Weeks. THIRD BOW: Cantrell, Iungbecker, Nease, Provence, Brown, Faubion, Dyer,
Bruce, Arnold, McLane. FOURTH BOVV: Donaho, Dyson, Cutting, Havens, Sloan, Shively, Brown, Lebowitz, Massey, Thiele.
Iota Theta Chapter ot Sigma Alpha Iota, honorary
music sorority, was installed on this campus in l94l. The S I G m A A L P l'-l A I Q
sorority has as its aim the promotion ot interest and high
standards in music. Members are selected from music majors
or minors who hold certain scholastic averages. Activities tor
the year included the Formal Initiation oi the pledges, a Christ-
mas Dance, an American composers recital, the Spring Formal,
and rush activities. The total membership of the sorority in-
cludes: Ioyce Arnold, Mary Ieannette Babasin, Dorotha Braxton,
Caroline Brown, Zelva Brown, Rosemary Bruce, Marjorie Cut-
ting, Carol DeWitt, Margaret Dyson, Mary Anne Frank, Shirley
Grear, Helen Havens, Anna Heyer, Arline lungbecker, Esther
Kerr, Clara Beth Lynn, Marjorie Martin, Pat McConnell, Louise
McLane, Winona Moss, Iewel Mullins, Mary Evelyn Nease,
Mary Frances Petrash, Varina Powell, Ethelston Provence,
Frances Robinson, Martha Shively, Kathleen Sloan, lean Smith,
Mary Margaret Smith, loyce Ann Terry, Wilnia Thiele, Anne
Vfeelcs, Claryce Yeager, Kathleen Cantrell, Shirley D, Dyson,
Gloria Dyer, Lavinia Faubion, Daisy Haynes, Annabelle Hun-
nicutt, Bernice Lebowitz, Mary Massey, Yvonne Nations,
Gamma Theta Chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia fraternity
has as its purposes the advancement of the cause of music in
America, and the fostering of mutual Welfare and brotherhood
of students of music. Members are pledged from men show!
ing a love for music, and an interest in its advancement. The
fraternity sponsored the appearance of Mischa Elman, violin-
ist, and Sterling Hunlcins, cellist, in recitals on the campus,
and offers scholarships to outstanding male freshman students.
Total membership includes: Roger Averyt, Carlysle Bass,
Carl Bolin, Raymond Bosticli, William Bradley, George Bragg,
Ben Branch, Dale Bryant, Bob Burdette, Charles Campbell,
0 FIRST BOW Reves Bass Campbell Uardie Iohnson Branch, Winger, Ferris. SECOND BOVV: Meek, Bostick, Cordon, Bohn, Taylor, Avery,
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Bain, Dorati, Robert, Shelby, Richards.
William Campbell, Bob Clinton, Bobby Cox, Dick Dalrymple,
Pl-II VNU ALM-IA
Ralph Daniel, Ralph Davis, Bob Douglass, Iohn Farris, Dexter H O N O R ARY
Gordon, Floyd Graham, Bill Gray, Thomas Hardie, Iames lack-
son, I. W. Iohnson, David Iohnson, Rufus Iohnson, Earl Tom
Keel, Hugh Kirkpatrick, Ioseph Kirshbaum, Rex Meek, Charles
Meeks, Bob McDonald, G. W. McGee, Robert Ottman, Aubrey
Reves, Tommy Reeves, E. C. Richards, lean Richardson, Walter
Robert, George Robinson, Gregory Rodgers, Fred Rotzler, Fred
Schubert, Cader Shelby, Stanley Shepelwich, Perry Stephens,
Herbert Teat, Douglas Williamson, Melvin Winger.
PAGE 301 DR. WALTER HODGSON
SICITTA DELTA PI
The Alpha Pi Chapter ot Sigma Delta Pi was organized
on this campus in l938 with the aim ot developing a wider
knowledge ot Hispanic contributions to modern culture, provid-
ing a nucleus tor Spanish student activities, and to reward
those students who show special attainments and interests in
Spanish. The club is composed ot juniors and seniors with high
scholastic averages in both Spanish and other courses. The
club sponsored a series of lectures by former residents ot
Latin-American countries, and gave a Mexican dinner as the
outstanding event ot the tall semester. The total enrollment
includes: Kay Anderson, Mrs. Venita Booth, Claire Bryant,
Helen Burton, Lavon Buster, Betty Collins, lohnnye Cope, Mar-
tha Crouch, Iean Dillard, Marcia Erickson, Martelia Ewing,
Iohnelle Fieszel, Emma Lee Fulwiler, lames Fulwiler, I. L.
Gerding, Beverly Goodhart, Dorothy Iaclcson, luanice Kisinger,
Ruby Nell McMahan, Marguerite Millie, Mrs. Mary Rogers,
Robert R. Royster, Shirley Shropshire, Margaret Stohaugh, lla
H O N O R A R Y Mae Summers, Daniel Torres.
0 FIRST ROVV: Summers, Fieszel, Iackson, Dillard, Kisinger, Calloway, SECOND ROWV: Dannelley, Stohaugh, Collins, Fulwiler, Torres, Gerding,
Erickson, Ewing, Buster, Bryant, Goodhart.
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OFIRST ROW: Everett, Stobaugh, Rister, Lester, Brown, Bridges, Reesing. SECOND BOW: Wells, Harbison, Mudd, Eortson, Elders, Kirkpatrick,
Robinson, Buster, Miskell, Bryant, Patchell.
Tau Delta Chapter ct Sigma Tau Delta promotes the mas-
tery of the written expression, encourages worthwhile reading,
and strives to foster a spirit ot fellowship among men and
women specializing in English. Composed of junior and senior
students, members must maintain a certain high average in
all English work. Social activities for the year included the
tall initiation and the Annual Spring Dinner held in Marquis
Hall. Total membership includes: Dorothy Bridges, Dorothy
Brown, Claire Bryant, Lavon Buster, Donald Clark, lohnnye
Cope, Boy Elders, Ella Mae Everett, Wrenna Fortson, Marcia
Harbinson, Gerald Kirk, Hugh Kirkpatrick, Marjorie Lester,
Helen Miskell, Iulia Mudd, Charles Odom, Sangster Parrott,
Martha Reesing, Thomas Bister, Mabel Robinson, Margaret
Stobaugh, B. C. Wyatt.
RlCH ARD STRONG
ALPHA put omroA
0 FIRST BOVV: Penry, Humphries, Vtfiley, lohnson, Swenn, Smith, Matthews, Holler, Fenoglio, Moye, Duncan, McNutt. SECOND ROW:
Gamma Rho Chapter ot the national service fraternity Alpha
Phi Omega is an organization consisting ot tormer Boy Scouts
invited to join by the local chapter. The fraternity handled
the polls at student elections and sponsored the campus
March ot Dimes Drive. Among the year's social activities, the
fraternity held its Annual Orchid Dinner-Dance in December,
and its annual barbecue in May. Scout Visitation Day was
also sponsored this year by APO.
The total membership includes: I. H. Blankenship, Perry Bowen, E. A.
Brenholtz, Bob Brock, Dale Bryant, Charles Bush, Bob Candler, Bill Candler,
Bill Cooper, Ir., Sam Copeland, George M. Davis, O. L. Davis Ir., lack Dial,
Bill Doggett, Travis Duncan, Melvin Fenoglio, Bill Petterly, E. T. Fulkerson,
B. B. Gale, Bobert O. Gantt, Burt L. Hall, Dorris Harrison, less Hensarling, Joe
Holler, Iimmie Hopper, lim Humphries, Emmett Iohnson, Bernice Kee, Iohn
Knox, Harold Larimer, tim L. Matthews, Wayland McNutt, Hugh Milltcan, Ollie
S. Moye, Harry Parks, Bill D. Penry, George Piott, W. D. Pitman, David Redden,
Cameron Roach, Pied Rotzler, Iimmy Russell, Paul Sagen, V. B, Smith, Walter
Schoenfeld, Charles Shelander, Dan Spalding, Major St. Iohn, Bichard Strong,
Alex Swenn, Doyle Taliaferro, Bill D. Teague, George Walker, Carl Walsh,
M. B. Ward, Ir., Allan White, Art Wiley, Bill Workman.
SOUI SUOIIQ Spflldifltlf BlUI1k9UShiP. GCU9, COPGflCIHd, VV'O1'kmCI1'1, Gantt, St. Iohn, White, Millican. THIRD ROVV: Fleming, Spurloclc, Cooper,
Shelander, Brock, Cooper, Knox, Hopper, Pitman, G. Davis, O. L, Davis, Ward.
I FIRST ROTN: Goble, Rice, Lee, F. Day, T. Day, Ianel Barr, Tanet Barr. SECOND ROW: Stiff, Wright, Kennard, Wood, Lam, laclcson Hall
Miller, Copeland. THIRD ROVV: Parks, Williams, Floyd, Hannah, Adams, Bushnell, Beard.
One of the first Baptist Student
Um campus organizations in Tex- BAPTIST STUDENT v TTI v v, - v
as, the local chapter was organized
in l92l. The Council consists of certain students chosen to lead
the activities of all Baptist students in this college. General
membership is composed of all students connected with any
of the Baptist churches in Denton. This organization's social
activities for the year included a Thanksgiving Breakfast, a
Youth Revival, two Week-end revivals at small churches, a
Spring Conference in Houston, and several church socials.
Council membership includes: Rynell Stiff, Kenneth Hannah,
Tanel Barr, Tanet Barr, Toy Day, Floy Day, Marguerite Kennard,
Elizabeth Miller, Mary Frances Vtfood, Bob Bushnell, Timmy
Adams, Paul Goble, Ahlene Bice, Thelma Copeland, Ermine
Hall, Iannette Wright, Lois Ann Lam, Melba Tackson, Donald
Designed to improve the riding skill of its members, Los
Caballeros is the only campus club devoted entirely to eques-
trian skills. Prospective members must show a proficiency in
horseback riding. The club rode in the parade preceding the
Port Worth Rodeo in March. Spring officers were Ed Eranke,
presidentg Roy Woods, vicespresidenty and lo Newman, secres
tary-treasurer. Total membership includes: Rudolph Ashby, C.
P. Clark, loe Bill DeAngelo, Ed Franke, Betty Griffin, Bob Hardy,
Betty lohnson, Leemore Fuqua, lohn Killian, George Moore,
Gene Mouser, Io Newman, Allen Rogers, Mary Alice Robert-
son, W'ilbert Tisch, Vera Lou Vinson, Markie Weaver, Roy
lack Woods, Chilie Waldrip, lean Mills, laclcie Busch.
O FlRST ROVJ: Moore, Weaver, Hardy, Griffin, Clark, Newman, Rogers. SECOND ROW: Estes, Beckenholt, Tisch, Robertson, Mouser, Killian,
Ashby, Franke. THIRD ROW: Curry, Vinson, DeAngelo, Fuqua, Iohnston, Woods,
' - .Anka
O FIRST ROW: Hendricks, McCormick, Downing, Patterson, Hamilton, Matsler,
Chowning, Hall, Gamble, Buell, Hammonds, Dibble. THIRD BOW: Coleman,
Cormick, Cason, Conner.
The North Texas State College Players Club was organized
to toster greater appreciation of the drama, and to discover
and develop acting and directing ability. The club originated
as the Lillie Bruce Dramatic Club and later changed its name
to The College Players. The organization presented two plays
this year: George Seaton's But Not Goodbye, and Boy Ham'
mon's original production ot Beyond the Call of Duty. Members
direct one-act plays which are presented at club meetings. The
total membership includes:
Virginia Baker, Winiired Bohme, Bob Brock, Alice Broadtoot, Gene Broad-
loot, Steve Buell, Charles Bush, Dell Campbell, lames Cason, Charles Chown-
ing, H. L. Cochran, Donald Clark, Maxine Clement, Bill Coleman, Buss Connor,
Douglas Crouch, Charles Cooper, O. L, Davis, Horace Del:'orcl, Mary Lee Dun-
ham, loe Echols, Pat Fitzpatrick, Mary Ann Frank, Bill Gamble, Marie Garrison,
Iohn Gordon, Norman Grogan, Dan Hall, Charles Hall, lane Hamilton, Boy
Hczmmons, Carolyn Harris, Ioan Harris, Mary Harris, Dawn Hawley, Zelwanda
Hendrick, Ianice Laine, Lester Lalztoe, Lorraine Matsler, Mac McCormick, Clark
McLemore, Ioe McMurrey, Iames McWilliams, Bill Meads, Gwendel Mulkey,
Nilwon Nowlin, Art Names, Nelda Parks, Mary Lynn Patterson, Martha Pender,
Betty Pirtle, Loey Proctor, Billye Robertson, Bose Marie Boyall, lack Sandsberry,
'Walter Schoenfeld, Ioe Schoonover, Sara Alice Scott, Martha Shively, L. H.
Skinner, Burl Stiff, Betty Sumner, Dana Thompson, Herbert White, Ianell Wood.
Dunham, Sumner. SECOND BOVV: Cochran, Sandsbury Names
Iohnson, Cooper, Iames, LaRue, Grogan, Brock, Echols M
ln order to bring together and to further the interests and
activities ot people interested in photography, the Camera
Club was organized in l933. Members are chosen from those
interested in photography. The club takes iield trips, does dark-
room work, and sponsors salon showings of the work ot its
members. The total enrollment ot the organization includes:
lim Adams, Betty Bogan, Julia Brown, Patsy Burks, Suzy Con-
nell, Ann Cosby, Robert Davidson, Leighton M. Floyd, Iames
Eortenberry, Bob Gentry, Dale Graham, Mary lane Grove,
Norma Hailey, Floyd Harney, Claude Earl Hicks, Ir., Virginia
Holmes, Iohn Hopper, Lexie lenkins, Cecil lohnson, Sara Mc-
Keon, Madeline McMillin, Kenneth May, Ioe Mayo, Valda
COLLEEN STEWART lean Reed, Mary Alice Robertson, Elizabeth Scholy, Christine
Keeler, William Sheley, Betty Lou Shipp, Dan Spalding, Col-
C A m E R A C i- U B leen Stewart, Mary Stewart, Billie Thompson, Lee Traxler, M
B. Ward, Ioyce Young, Elizabeth Youngblood, Elleen Wright
0 FIRST ROVV: Holmes, Schaiey, Shipp, Keeler, M. Stewart, Hailey, Bogan, C. Stewart, Brown, lenkins. SECOND ROW: Thompson, Grove,
Wright, Robertson, Mciieon, Reed, Burks, Young, Youngblood, Connell, Cosby, McMillin. THIRD ROVV: Hicks, Adams, Davidson, Hopper,
Iohnson, Graham, Spalding, Shelley, Floyd, Miller.
ri if trait? '
0 FIRST ROW: Ruffner, lohnson, Gray, Vtfood, Hawley, Mandeville. SECOND ROW: Mrs. lohnson, Clark, Mason, Parks, Cotten.
Another of the older Campus organizations is the Debate
Club, organized in l922. The rnain purpose ot the club is to
develop alert, quick-thinking young people through competitive
speaking. Members are selected from those interested in de-
bating. The organization attended tournarnents at Ada, Okla-
hornag Abilene, Texas, and Baylor University. The total en-
rollment ot the organization includes: Doris lohnson, Ioyce
Gray, Iohn Mason, Bob Richmond, Don Clark, Roswell Clark,
Keith Parks, David Cotten, lune Mandeville, loza Ruttner,
Dawn Hawley, lanel Wood, lanie Teipel King.
The W. N. Masters Chemical Society has for its pur-
pose the encouragement ot fellowship among chemistry
students and the increase in the knowledge ot chemistry
by its members. The organization is open to chemistry
majors and minors by special invitation. Total member-
ship of the organization includes:
Iames Ashmore, Albert Baker, Doris Bomar, Fred
Coleman, Ioan Dennis, R. B. Escue, Martin Gerber, I. A.
Green, Carolyn Harris, lo Anne Holzman, lim Humphries,
W Tl VUASTEIQS Cl-IETUICAL SCCIETV LOi.A.mLm,DQ..
0 FIRST ROW Ashmore Humphries Coleman Maguire oecrest Vo rtman, Robbins, Goode. SECOND ROW: Harriss, Holzman, Porter, Iunger-
man Scarborough Dennis Bonnex Lam Taylor Robbins Goode THIRD ROW: McCarty, Mattison, Pepper, Shelton, Taylor, Baker,
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0 FIRST ROW: 'W'ester, Arledge, Scarf, Bright, Usrey, McDonald, Layne, McCormick. SECOND ROW: Malone, Lockhart Vfilliarns, Harmon, Gil-
larn, Underwood, Keith. THIRD ROW: Gannon, Brodie, Spoor, Smith, Hall, Tones, Cox, Englehart.
W. ri. mfxsmis ctirmlcm socurrv
C A M P U S C L U B
Ollie Moye, Guy McGee, Io Porter, Herschel Prindle,
Eugene Richardson, Martha Scarborough, Iimrnie Schell,
Leigh Secrest, R. R. Stead, Iudy Shelton, Cecil Sutton,
lane Taylor, Ioan Taylor, Price Truitt, Perry Wood, Io
Goode, Bill Goode, George Vaughan, Tack leans, Iohn 4
Kirlcley, Catherine McCarty, David Dawson, Dwight Swai-
iord, V. G. Kaderi, Mariellen Pepper, Mariette Boney, Pinis
Robbins, Margaret Robbins, Martha Crouch, Don Rich
rnond, Buck Cargal, Mozell McBride, Robert Mclver, lack
Armstrong, Bob Davidson. Q
PAGE 311 MARGARET RoBBiNs
The Elementary Council was organized in order to stimu-
late interest in the field of elementary education,
Vide a means by which members may achieve
improvement and enjoy professional fellowship. Persons in-
and to pro-
terested in elementary education are eligible for
in this club. Social activities for the year included a party for
new members, a dinner with Miss Plorine Helm, a radio pro-
qram, a Valentine party, and a May Morning Breakfast hon-
orinq seniors. Total membership includes: Louise Sellers, Lou
Ann Mackey, Lula Pay W'ilburn, Lydia Bystad, Louise McAfee,
Bernice Stewart, Nell Callaway, lo Beth Taylor, Loraine Mc-
Clellan, Iackie Busch, Buby Buth Hudains, Dorothy Shirley,
Ava Nell Calvit, Elizabeth Miller, Elsie Grant, Mrs. E. M. Baker,
Mrs. B. I. Huffman, Frances Medlin, Wanda Clinton, Fleeta
Ehrlich, Verda Neely, Emilenan Porter, Anna McElliqott, Iac-
aueline Tenery, Vione Martin, Ruth Osburn, Wanda Mosley,
Katie Nunn, Bernice Gary, Charlene
T 4-I -E QE m E rw V C Q U m C I L Counts, Betty Iett, Catherine Parker, Velma
Shackelford, lane Massey.
C A M P U S C L U B
0 PIBST BOW: Osburn, Ehrlich, Callaway, Mosley, Townsend, Counts, Hudgins, Mason. SECOND BOVV: McClellan, Busch, lett, Porter, McAfee,
Calvit, Hackney, Grant, Wilb'Jrn, Shirley. THIRD ROW: Taylor, Miller, Martin, Parker, Nunn, Medlin, Mackey, Love, Shackelford, Sellers,
0 FIRST BOW: Lebowitz, Bcrril, M. Cohen, loshucx, I. Cohen, Schwiff, Long. SECOND ROW: Kirshbourn, Schoenfeld, Rosenburg, Gorman,
Attilioted with the Inter- T ll-I E J E S QI-l C A m D U S C L U B
Americoi, the lewish Compus Club was orggnized to promote
scholgstic Zionist Federation ot
C A M P U S C L U B
friendship crmong lewish students on the cgmpus, gnd to reoil-
ize ci better understanding with other students. All students
who gre members ot the lewish religion dre occepted gs mem-
bers. The yegr's octivities were highlighted by or picnic for
Iewish students ol NTSC and TSCW, ornd CI Seder supper ot
the sponsors home. Totol membership includes: Bdrnee Bctril,
Miriom Cohen, Selmo Cohen, Gilbert Gorman, Ierome Grcmott,
Bernice Lebowitz, Bob Kcrutmgn, Agron Rosenberg, Arthur Rubin,
Mcrrionne Schwitt, Wdlter Schoenteld, Fdnchon Long.
PAGE 313 BERNICE Lssowirz
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BOWERS E. HICKMAN
Gamma Iota Chi Fraternity is composed entirely of ex-
servicemen holding an honorable discharge and receiving a
favorable vote ot the entire membership. The fraternity insti-
gated a campaign to get an increase in subsistence allowances
this year, and sponsored the Red Cross Drive on the campus.
Among the social activities were the Fall Dance and the GIX
Stag Party given during the tall and spring semesters. The
total enrollment ot the fraternity includes:
Melvin Aldridge, Milton Beaty, Frank G. Buell, Robert S.
Bushnell, Noah Carter, Carl Cotten, Iackie H. Cox, William
Dibble, Herman Forrester, W. B. Crabbert, Kenneth Grubbs,
William F. Hatkins, Bowers . Hickman, lohn W. Hooper, War-
Bushnell, Moon, Dibble. SECOND ROXV: Martin, Mullennix, Grubbs, Walters, lohnson
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0 FIRST ROW: Baker, Crockett, Gorman, Phillips, Owens, Hickman, Park, Ratliff. SECOND ROW: Earles, Bolton, Shores, Forrester, Therrell,
Clower, Brumbelow, Masters.
ren Lee, Iames Lewis, Carl Mclvlillian, Iohn MCMillian, Luther
A. Nelson, Walter Phillips, lesse P. Smith, Arthur L. Young,
Thomas B. Woody, Billy Earles, Louis Bolton, Ioe D. Shores,
Robert Baker, David Crockett, Sylvester Mudd, Andrew H.
Moon, Floyd R. Fuqua, Homer Parker, Calvin W. lohnson,
Earl C. Wilborn, Harold Staber, LWilliam Standley, E. C. Buell,
Cordell A. Smith, Roger Averyt, George Davis, Iames H. Ful-
wiler, Noble Masters, Lloyd Warnke, Iohn VJ. Therrell, Wayne
Taylor, Neal I. Wade, David Wright, George E. Clower, A. W.
Brumbelow, Altred Mullennix, Bill Walters, loe Lewis, Donald
Richmond, Oscar Patterson, Lester Tooley, Iohn Boone, L. lack
lackson, I. T. Nix, Robert Richmond.
CAfTlfTlA IOTA Cl-II
DR. HAROLD BRENHOLTZ
The Green lackets, women's service club, was patterned
after the Orange lacket Club at the University ot Texas. The
organization has as its aims promotion oi fellowship on the
campus, and rendering aid to the administration. Members
must maintain certain scholastic averages, and are selected
by pledgeship. The sponsor is Miss Beulah Harriss.
Total membership includes Ethel Adams, Betty Anderson,
Ioanna Pace, Shirley Blackburn, Betty Bagan, Valrie Burgess,
O l7lRST ROW: Kunkel, Godwin, Hopkins, Roberts, Weatherby, Weatlieiiby, Dyson. SECOND ROVV: llarriss, llarper, Lemon, Love, Adams,
0 FIRST ROW: Fisher, Bridges, Tunnell, Kuykendall, Roberts, Tompkins, McMurray, Kinzy. SECOND ROW: Anderson, Kirkham, Harriss, Kidd,
Latimer, Davis, Bragg.
Velma Bragg, Iosephine Bridges, Dorothy Bridges, Angelina
Curnutt, Margaret Dyson, Clifto lean Davis, Elizabeth Fisher,
Mary Elizabeth Godwin, lean Harper, Lena Rose Harvard,
Mary Elizabeth Hopkins, lean Kinzy, Esther Kirkham, Wanda
Kidd, Martha Kunkel, Mary Lu Kuykendall, Honie Lou Laster,
Evelyn Lemon, Louise Love, Yvonne McMurray, Iohnnye Oli-
ver, Maxine Perdue, Shirley Ray, Colleen Stewart, Katy Tomp-
kins, Letha Tunnell, lean Weatherby, Ioyce Weatherhy.
The House Presidents' Club is an organization sponsored
by the Girls' Forum and composed of the house presidents and
counselors, who are elected by the girls in the residence halls
and campus homes. The club meets on the second Thursday
of each month in the Mary Arden Lodge. The House Presidents'
Club is sponsored by the Dean of 'Women Dr. lmogene Bent-
ley. Total enrollment of the organization includes the tollowing:
Helen Miller, Ioyce Young, loyce Bell, Betty Parnall, Sally
Phillips, Beulah Turney, Billye Roberts, Karen Gisted, Billie
Bailey, Pae Martin, Ruth lohnson, Hope Hamilton, Alice Graves,
Mary Alice Brown, Iessie Ann Buckner, loyce Sorensen, Eve
Austin, Wilmalee Broussard, Georgia Waters, Lavern Hunt,
Georgia lngram, Vione Martin, Charlene Counts, lean Clark,
lane Collins, Sadie Adams, Sybil Chambers,
I-I O U SE PRES I D E fl T S' C LU B PeqQIY wiwiiey, Helen Ruth Wooten, Mary
I FIRST ROW: Counts, Young, Miller, Snodgrass, Tomlin, Moore, Allison, Martin, Collins, Clark. SECOND ROW: Fisher, Holirnan, laclcson,
Odom, Brock, Harvard, Wilson, Phillips, Maddox, Gregory, Paw, Sypert. THIRD ROVJ: Burgess, Rains, Herring, Greer, Derrick, Evans,
Rice, Brown, Housman, Buckner, Payne.
0 FIRST ROVV: Gigstad, Pollard, Rollins, Bailey, Adams, Morris, Hohertz, Sorensen, Freeman, Roberts. SECOND ROW: Bentley, Thompson
Stone, Achilles, Henslee, Neal, Daniel, Rumsey, Tunnell, Phillips, Arnold, Strader. THIRD BOW: Sheffield, Brigg, Chambers, Wooten Ham
ilton, Graves, Linehan, Hopkins, Boorrnan, Price, Beger.
Ann Frank, Mary Hopkins Velma Bragg, Mary
Springfield, Chariot Briggs, Audrey Bailey, t-I C U S E PRES I D E fl T S' C L U B
Marian Brewer, Mary Margaret Bowling, Melba Odam, Ellen
Brock, lean Gregory, Billie Sheffield, lean Childress, Mary
Wherry, Iuanda Bamsey, Mary Frances Strader, loyce Arne
old, Martha lo Henslee, Ruth Cook, Mary Sypert, lune Brown,
Betty Hubbard, lo Ann Mulhollan, Peggy Morris, Ioanne Big-
gers, lohnny Phillip, Peggy Sullivan, Valarie Burgess, Pauline
Cotner, Virginia Burney, Prudence Morrison, Pauline Burkley,
Helen Smith, Mary Grove, Meredith Rollins, Verna Lee Thomp-
son, Betty lmmel, loy Bullock, Aleta McDaniel, Mildred Wage
oner, Lou Ellen Allison, Nell Calloway, Sue Shepard, Allen
Steinbeaugh, Mary Lou Forrester, Bobbie Bryan, Edna Earl
Rains, Ann Layman, lean Maddox, Pat Averitt, lanice Laine,
led Carter, lerry White, Martha Payne, Avelyn Hohertz, Bose
Marie Hoyall, Bill Price, Marilyn Bice.
DR. lMOGENE BENTLEY
W. B. EBWIN
INDUSTRIAL ARTS DP E
Organized to promote tellowship and professional interest
among the students ot lndustrial Arts in the college, the Indus-
trial Arts ot Education Club consists ot majors and minors in ln-
dustrial Arts who maintain a certain scholastic average. The
year's activities were highlighted by discussions, two rush
functions, two initiations, an intormal dance at the Country
Club, and a tormal dinner-dance. The total membership oi
the organization includes:
Lucky Iordan, Aubrey lacobs, lr., Barbara Neal, Dulcie
Wilroy, Nedra Swattord, Vfade Polk, Harvey Patterson, Leon
Thompson, Iohn Nunnally, lack Vaught, Doris McClelen, lmo-
gene Iernigan, E. D, Lipscomb, I. A. Neale, Ted Crumbley,
Lonnie Norris, Phil Wright, Bay Dyche, Dave Spencer, Frank
Van Zandt, Bob Gantt, Tony Garcia, Ben Cargo, B. E. Mc-
Kithan, W. B. Erwin, Ir., George Petrie, Dave Duncan, Toe
DUCATIGD CLUB UWM Sue
O FIRST BOVV: Wright, Spidell, Blackburn, Swattord, Vaught, lernigan, Shipp, Vtfilroy, Lipscomb, Cruinley, Farmer, Blanton. SECOND BOW:
Seltzer, Nunnally, Erwin, Duncan, Dyche, Dawson, Thurman,
Coope r, Thompson.
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O FIRST ROVV: 'Whitten, Honeycutt, I. Spencer, McClelen, Godwin, Neal, Iacobs, Cull. SECOND ROVJ: Hartline, Grisham, Miller, D. Spencer
Polk, Shipp, Vanzandt, Myers, THIRD ROVJ: Roberson, Erickson, lones, Shipman, McCloud, Senter, Turner, Patterson, Bates.
fQf,S'DfjfQGfjQf IDDUSTRIAL ARTS GF EDUCATIGVT CLUB
loe York, Clarence Oliver, Fritz Roberson, Carrol Emerick,
Ralph Miller, lack Thurman, R. L. Nail, Elizabeth Godwin,
H. A. Dunn, lack Dial, Wayne Mathews, lames Bronaugh,
George Clower, O. T. Shipp, Finis Turner, Darwin Shipman,
Pierce Grisham, Thomas Myers, Charles Cull, Bill Spidell,
Ralph Spencer, Iames O. Robinson, Cecil Belcher, T. E. Scott,
Troy Selzer, Arden Erickson, M. D. Williamson, Neil Honeycutt,
Iames Fox, Pat McLeod, Bob Burdette, M. K. Vtfhitten, I. D.
Cooper, Bob Barnett, Durward Rust, Roland lones, lim Hartline,
Charles E. Ezell, lack Hadsell, Robert M. McAbee, Ioe Shelley,
Ernest Snyder, Francis Beaty, George W. Blackburn, Hooper
Wilkinson, Bernard F. Christenson, Earl A. Cochrane, Byra.n
L. Canaday, loe Yeager, R. L. Hardin, lim Scott, Colin E. Mc-
Sween, Thomas B. Woody, W. D. Frymire, Robert S. Sumpter,
DR. S. A, BLACKBURN
The International Relations Club was organized on the
North Texas campus in 1939 in order to stimulate thinking on
national and international problems. Prospective members must
show evidence of interest in social and international affairs.
The club sponsored Miss Ethel Ewing of the Institute of Pacific
Relations, and co-sponsored Dr. Vernon Nash, World Federalist,
in lectures here. Total membership includes Helen Ioy Boren,
Iosephine Bridges, Edwina Buell, E. C. Buell, Steve Buell,
Susan Cargile, Irving Dawson, Isabelle Ellis, Elizabeth Fisher,
Dorothy lean Greer, Frederick W. I-Iuff, Iohn Isbon, I-Iannah
Ioshua, Douglas Kelly, I-Ionie Lou Lassiter, Bruce Mason, Iohn
P. Mason, Margarette Meacham, Francis Miskell, lack Mistrot,
Iohn W. McMillin, Iulia Mudd, William H. Nunn, Patricia Och-
senbein, Mary Frances Parker, Iohn E. Pearson, Raoul Rich-
ardson, Mrs. Samuel Rogers, I-Iarold I. Staber, Cordell Smith,
Iacqueline Tenery, Elden
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB ELfZf5e5gflfESfQiilQEQ21
C A M P U S C L U B blood, Lila Downs.
0 FIRST ROVJ: Lassiter, Barr, Meacham, Iones, Fisher, Ochsenbein, Buell, Cargile, Ioshua. SECOND ROW: York, Staber, Mason, S. Buell,
E. Buell. THIRD ROVJ: Kingsbury, Ward, Youngblood, Traster, Props, Pearson, Richardson, Smith, Bridges.
0 FlRST HOW: loshua, Rufner, Lentz, Clark, Matsler, Lancaster, Self, Mudd, Booth SECOND BON Richardson Lentz Brown Wyatt Mitchell
Odom, Staber, Cook, Gipson, Booth.
The lohn Dewey Philosophi-
cal Society WU. to JCDt-til DEWEV Pl-JILCSOW-IICAL CLUB
inspire philosophical thinking, C A M P U S C L U B
reading and research through which the individual may im-
prove his own philosophy and that ot society. Members are
selected upon evidence ot a sincere interest in the ideals ot
the club, and evidence ot personal initiative. Social activities
tor the year included a Spring Banquet with Dr. I. K. Stephens,
Professor of Philosophy at Southern Methodist University, as
guest speaker. The total membership ot the club includes:
Dr. Andrew Ashburn, Carrol Booth, Venita Booth, Dale Bryant,
Scottie Bryant, Virginia Clarke, Dr. I. V. Cook, lohnnye Cope,
Winnie Edwards, William Gipson, Hanna loshua, Christine
Lancaster, Betty Lentz, Oscar Lentz, Lorraine Matsler, Leona
Merrill, Dr. Guy Mitchell, lulia Mudd, Thomas Pace, loza Butt-
ner, Campbell Scott, Hazel Self, Harold Staber, Bob Wyatt.
The Tunior Current Literature Club is an organization spon-
sored by the Senior C. L. C., and has as its purpose a study
oi modern lite as interpreted throuqh the literature oi the past
and present. The Tunior club is composed ot members ot the
second-semester freshman and sophomore classes. Pledges
are required to have certain social qualities and maintain at
least a C average. Total enrollment includes Bernice Stewart,
Elaine Stewart, Vilanda Moseley, Bobbie Kina, Katie Nunn,
Frankie Tohnston, Mary Mudd, Dorothy Smith, Genevieve
Rider, Lee Gannon, Dora Lee Nobles, Doris Lester, Lameta
BERNTCE STEWART Sewell, Dorothy Shir-
ley, Mildred Waaoner,
JUTTICR CURRETTT LITERATURE CLUB i9gnMO.r,DQiQpmti,
0 FIRST ROW: Kina, Brown, Stewart, Mask, Smith, Lester, Moseley, SECOND HOW: Rider, Cope, Dixon, Moore, VVaqqoner, Smith, Mudd,
Taylor, Tohnston, THIRD ROTN: Pyeatt, Nunn, Russell, Stewart, Martin, Ball, McCoy, Shirley.
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I FIRST ROW: Harman, Gannon, Rudd, Cherrington, Wood, David, Parker, Dennis. SECOND ROW: Cook, Spalding, Workman, Ward, Hannah,
Boulton, Armstrong, Wester, Looney.
The North Texas Mathematics Club was organized on the
campus in l933 in order to promote interest in pure mathe-
matics, ideals of scholarship, and good fellowship among stu-
dents and teachers of mathematics. Members are chosen for
their high averages in the field of math by a three-tourths vote
of the active membership. The club gave its annual Spring
Banquet with Dr. Andrew Ashburn ot TSCW as the speaker.
The total membership includes: Kenneth Hannah, M. B. Ward,
Dan Spalding, Guy McGee, Ioan Dennis, W. R. Lindsey, Bill
Workman, Ioy Parker, Hershell Hatter, laneth Iordon, Betty
Rudd, Louis Bolton, Lee Gannon, lesse Looney, H. V. Ward,
Ben Giles, Gerald Kirk, A. A. Iacobs, lack Armstrong, Norma
Harman, Mary Frances Wood, Pearl Cherrington, Leigh Secrest.
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The "little sister" organization of the Senior Mary Arden
Club, the lunior Mary Ardens, strive to enrich the lives of cole
lege girls both socially and educationally. The club was organ-
ized in 1935 by the iormer Dean ot W'omen, Miss Edith Clark.
Members are chosen by pledgeship, and must have established
certain residence and scholarship standings. Social activities
tor the year included a Bush Tea, the Forrnal Christmas Tea,
and a torrnal seated tea, together with participation in the ari-
nual Hallowe'en Carnival. The total membership includes:
Ioyce Adkins, Patsy Ammon, Dorothy Ball, Linda Barber,
loy Beene, Barbara Bennett, Bettye Blackmon, Pat Blondell,
Beverly Buhl, Mary lim Carmichael, Charlene
I chemin, Betty ciwppeii, Ruth corner, Neorna
0 PlBST BOW: Blackrnon, llainilton, Russell, McNeil, Ball. SECOND BOW: Collier, Everett, Pittman, Sliipp, Love, Copeland, Pugh, Bay, Mur-
phrey, Buhl, THIRD BCVV: Atkins, Curry, McCarty, Golightly, Collins, Beevely, Howell, Cooper, Arnrnon, Barber, Ellis, Trigg.
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0 FlBST BOVV: McClelland, Schafer, Hulke, Keeler, Stewart, Robertson, Wright, Davis, Thompson. SECOND BOXN: LaBeau, Chatfin, Carmichael,
Lemmon, Donoho, Honeycutt, Henderson, Litton, Bennett, Montgomery, Frizzell, Chappell, Fuqua.
Collins, lane Cooper, Barbara Capaiaaa, Betty U I B
Sue Curry, Katherine Davis, Pattie DeBlanc,
Ava Nell Donoho, Wilma lean Elkins, Isabel Ellis, Betty Everett,
Betty Frizzell, Leemore Fuqua, Margie Golightly, lane Hamil-
ton, luanita Henderson, Ieannine Hopkins, Ann Howell, Anna-
belle Hunnicutt, Marilyn Tones, Christine Keeler, Shirley La-
Beau, Evelyn Lemon, Almeta Lindley, Wilma Iean Litton, Louise
Love, Virginia McClelland, Katherine McNeill, Mary McKnight,
Io Anne Montgomery, lohnnie Moore, Patsy Murphrey, Nelda
Parks, Beverley Pittman, Dorothy Nell Pugh, Mary Bay, Ruth
Beavley, Mary Alice Bobertson, Patti Russell, Betty Schafer,
Betty Shipp, Mary Helen Snow, Mary Springfield, Colleen
Stewart, Bobbie Thiebaud, Dana Thompson, Dorothy Trigg,
Sara lean Turritt, Ioyce Watkins, Lucy Dale Williams, Elleen
'Wright, Beverley Lanier, Doris Hulke, Catherine McCarty.
PAGE 329 Miss oNrrA HILDEBRAND
Tl-IE DTAC CLUB
The NTAC Club consists of ex-students of North Texas Ag-
ricultural College at Arlington, Texas, who have come to North
Texas State College to complete their education. The purpose
of the club is to promote a friendly attitude between its mem-
bers and the student body at large. Social activities for the
year have included one party and one dance in the Mary
Arden Lodge during the fall semester, and one party and one
dance in the Mary Arden Lodge during the spring semester.
The total enrollment includes: Mary Helen Barnes, Clinton
Bourland, Ira Nell Burnett, Byron Canaday, Martha Crouch,
Mary Catherine Davis, Iohnece Elliott, Edward Farris, King
Faulkner, Billie Gilmore, Rosemary Hall, Mary Lou Hudson,
Sam Huggins, Virginia Holmes, Dixon Mahon, Dan McClintock,
Allen Rogers, Beryl Spivey, Myra Street, Harry Skillman, Gene
W'atts, Reginald Westmoreland, Louise Weymouth, Charles
Williams, Thelma Wirges, William Hubbard, Ben Thomas,
Madeline Hendrix, Reva Coffman, Mary Burns.
O FlRST ROVV: Gilmore, Crouch, Hudson, Holmes, Davis, Spivey. SECOND ROVV: Street, Hall, Canaday, Vfatts, McClintock, Bourland,
Weymouth. Tl-HRD RGVJ: Rogers, VVestmore-land, Faulkner, Ferris, Mahon, Huggins, Truitt.
0 FIRST ROW: Deupree, Beasley, Walker, Mann, Brady, Dayton, Shepard, Roberts, Branch, Porter, Buell, W'ade. SECOND ROW: Pilkey, Mor-
riss, Cotteral, Hink, Baxter, Gromatzky, Stewart, Ramsey, Utterback. THIRD ROW: Bucler, Angell, Bailey, Sewall, Burney, Zimmerman,
Arnold, Coulston, Oglesby, Burris, Blurton. FOURTH ROW: Blackburn, Kidd, Taylor, Hale, Boaz, Iacobi, Keck, Wood, Neal, Neal. FIFTH
ROW: Gilbert, DeFoor, Peters, Kubeck, Kirksey, Rogers, Nelson, Gaulrapp, Gale, SIXTH ROW: Bannister, Nelson, Crawford, Duncan, Curnutt,
The Physical Education Professional Club is
an organization designed to promote professional E - P R Q S I Q m A I- C I- U B
fellowship and growth through association with campus cole C A M P U S CL U B
leagues and visiting experts in the field and through undertak-
ings that contribute to an understanding and appreciation of
the profession. Membership consists of major and minor stu- I
dents and faculty members of the Health and Physical Educa-
tion and Recreation Department. Total membership includes:
Evelyn Arnold, Billie Fern Bailey, Dorothy Ann Baxter, Baxter Beasley, Shirley
Blackburn, Ioyce Brady, Nancy Branch, Ben Brewer, Raymond Burns, Martha
Buder, Ada M. Buell, Virginia Burney, Marjorie Busby, Maurine Cannant,
Vlfilburn Curnutt, Guy Coburn, Virginia Coulston, Lester Curtiss, Earl Crawford,
Elouise Dayton, Ira DeFoor, Annie lo Deupree, Travis Duncan, Sweet Estes,
Bill Gale, Doris A. Gaulrapp, lack Gilbert, Mary Lois Griggs, Lou Ella Gro-
matfky, Betty lo Hale, Horner Hall, Alice Hink, Bob Howard, Ann lacobi, Palmer
Lawrence, Lucille Keck, Wanda Kidd, leannine Hawthorne, Arti lean King,
Esther Abbott Kirkharn, Una Faye Kirksey, Evelyn Mann, Wardene Meroney,
Ada Io Miller, Iohn McCurdy, A. I, McBeth, Rosanne Porter, Frank I. Petruy,
Vfade Polk, Barbara Price, Mac Barns-ey, lannelle Rape, Billie Roberts, Mary
Ray, Bonnie Rogers, Cliff Robertson, Billie Sellers, Billie Sewell, Bobert Sewell,
Sue Shepard, Lou Stewart, Don Stevens, Lydon Sorrells, Ioy Thompson, Bob
Thrasher, George Utterback, Doris Walker, Frances Walling, Bobbie Wilcox
McMurray, Mary Frances Vtiood, Ophelia 'Wade Carolyn Zimmerman.
Prior 331 sur SHEPARD
The Pre-law Club was organized to stimulate interest and
assimilate knowledge of legal activities among interested stu-
dents. The club was organized this year, and has had several
lectures by prominent professors ot this college, and outstand-
ing attorneys of the city. A dance at the Country Club and a
banquet at a downtown cate also highlighted the social activi-
ties of the year. The total enrollment includes: W." A. Tisch,
Douglas Couch, Doyal Ward, Harry Williams, Iohn Killian,
Marshall Combest, Roy Sparkman, S. L. Mudd, W. A. Taylor,
lack Hood, Arne Hovesden, Homer Davis, Iohn Perkins, Ed
Youngblood, George Robertson, Elden Traster, Albert Bartley,
A. l. Fry, Lonnie Coclcrell, Bill Props, Francis Miskell, Wayne
ED YGUNGBLOOD Wilson, Homer Caston, Iohn Simmons, Pat Harris, Omer Price,
L. P. Caston, A. W. Worthy, Wayne Rogers, Hewell Howell,
P R 'E - l.. A W C l. U B lean Bowers, S. E. Iones, Bill Gipson, Jean Richardson, Doris
CAMPUS CLUB Iean Nycum.
O FIRST ROW: Crouch, Cockrell, Tisch, Caston, Mudd, Perkins, Robertson. SECOND ROW: Kellian, Sparkman, Traster, Brown, Bartley,
Hovdesven. THIRD ROW: Youngblood, Taylor, Simmons, Williams, Ward, Miskell, Cornbesi, Moore, McAlister.
O FIRST ROW: Lynn, Weymouth, Buster, Miller, Bohlin, jones. SECOND ROW: Cashion, Robertson, Reeves, Keller, Laster, Ellis, Word, jackson,
McDonald, THIRD ROW: Bourland, Westmoreland, Shuford, Coffey, Stanley, Bartley, Brock, Echols, Wood, Fry, Fenoglio, Evans, Dibble,
Consisting of journalism students and the staffs of the
three campus publications, the Campus Chat, Avesta, and
YUCCA, the Press Club strives to stimulate interest in journal-
istic pursuits, promote cooperation among the college publi-
cations, develop friendship among campus residents concerned
with any phases of publishing, writing or printing and provide
for open expression of journalistic problems. Organized in
l9l l, the club also attempts to foster better journalistic writings
by students. The total membership includes: Louise Weymouth,
lim Roach, Reggie Westmoreland, Burnie Kee, Bill Coffey,
Aubrey Evans, Harry Parks, lsabel Ellis, Bob Stanley, Val
Word, Mary Grove, Lexie jenkins, Frank Grant, Dale Graham,
Bob Gentry, Douglas Garrison, Vernon King, William Gun-
stead, Palmer Lawrence, William Sheley, Betty Io Carter, Don
Kaiser, Lawrence Dorre, Leroy McKlendon, C. L. McCullar,
Carl A. McMillan, Iames H. Matkin, Nancy Price, Charles F.
Pipper, Ir., Howell Thompson, Claude Harbour, Mary Wherry,
Ray Wyatt, Helen Miller, Doug Bennett, Clint Bourland, LeRoy
Brock, Albert Bartley, George Robertson, B. W. Blalock, Elmar
Tl-IE PRESS CLUB
MARY FRANCES STRADER
The Senior Current Literature Club, composed of junior and senior students
with a certain scholastic averaoe, is one of the oldest campus organizations, hav-
ina been founded in l909. The club sponsored a trip for nearo children on Christ-
mas, a rinnmaqe sale, and attended the district Federation of Vt7omen's Clubs
The total enrollment oi the oraanization includes: Betty Alford, Ioyce Arnold,
Mary Helen Berqlund, Vivian Black, Marette Boney, Arleta Bowles, Carolyn Brane
ham, Barlaara Brannon, Maudie Brown, Zelva Brown, lackie Busch, Ava Nell
Calvit, Darlono Chaifin, Ann Cleere, Betty Collins, Elizabeth Cope, Rebecca Craig,
Betty lohn Curry, Carolyn Davis, Leona Davis, Betty Davy, Ruby Dealcins, Ruth
Deakins, Billie Duncan, Billie Marie Eniericlc, Lucilie Eslcridae, Lavinia Faulnion,
'Nrenna Fortson, lwfis. Ernestine Garrett, Mrs. Eiva Gilberr, Ermine Hall, Ioyce
Hangmack, Down llawlcv, Carolyn Hendrix, Flowayne Holt, Gloria lean Holliei,
laclcie Honevcutt, Ruby Ruth Hudains, lrvoigene lerniqan, leanne lohnston, Lila
Ruth lones, Lola Tones, laneth Iordan, Bettye lowell, Laverne Keahey, Billie
Keaahiey, Rulzy Kelley, Georgia Kladiva, Lois Ann Lani, Doroiha Linn, Clara Lynn,
Marjorie Mattison, Ernestine Meador, Frances Moctlin, Leona Merrill, Doris McClelen,
Loraine McClellan Mary Glenne McCoy, Alota McDaniel, Edith McLeod, Madeline
McMiilin, Catherine O'Connor, Louise O'Connor, Catherine Parker, Frances Payne,
Sanqster Parrott, Mariellen Pepper, Dorothy Rein, Mary Alice Robertson, Edna
Mae Rowell, Dorothy Rurnsey, Martha Scarbrouqh, Opal Scoaains, Mrs. Myra
Larnar Scott, Iudy Shelton, lean Smith, Maraaret Stolaauah, Mary Frances Strader,
Betty Sumner, Bonnyc Taylor, Iane Taylor, lo Beth Taylor, Carrnen Tec-l, Billie
Thompson, Letlia Fern Tunneil, Olga Undffwood, lean Wearherby, ,loyce 'Neath
erivy, lo ltitlcvluzi, Lynaol 'w'VelCh, Lou Ywillvurn,
lfalria Word, Rosemary Philiips, Mabel Ronin-
son, Louise Sellers, Nedra Swaitord, lirnrnie
Swindle, Marie Vfatlcins, Georgia Waters,
C A M P U S C L B The-lixta Doris Vtfiraes.
0 FIRST ROVV: Taylor, McClelle:i, Tunnell, Black, Linn, lerniaan, Ward, Iaines, lordan, Trioq. SECOND RONV: Busch, O'Connor, Craiq, Teet,
Eslqridoe, Duncan, Bowles, Collins, Ernericlz, Nichols, Underwood, Thompson, Brown McCoy. THlRD RONV: Tayior, Strader, McMillian,
Ramsey, McDaniel, Fortson, Honeycutt, Parker, Shelton, McClelen, Rowell, Wilburn, Alford.
0 FIRST ROW: Goble, Davidson, Parrott, Boney, Gipson, Bellah. SECOND ROVV Hohertz Blondell lund Cowan Ivackey I-link B rgess
The Student Religious Council has as
itsprimarypurposebringingacloser STUDENT IQELICX IOLJS COURT IL
sociation between the churches of Denton,
and the North Texas State College campus. This organization
also develops the spiritual life ot the student While in college.
lt is composed of members of each church selected by the min-
isters ot these churches, selection based on the member's
religious activity. The council sponsored Religious Emphasis
Weelc, the Viforld Student Fund, and Religious Assembly on
the campus this year. Membership includes: Gordon Bellah,
Patsy Blondell, Marette Boney, Valarie Burgess, Margaret
Cowan, Bob Davidson, Virgil Gates, Bill Gipson, Paul Goble,
Alice Hink, Avelyn Hohertz, Mary Elizabeth Lund, Lou Ann
Mackey, Iohn McMillin, Catherine O'Connor, Sangster Parrott,
Arthur Rubin, Ioza Rutfner.
PAGE 335 MARGARET COWAN
The Quintilian Club is an organization for Speech majors.
lts object is to promote speech activities and to foster good
fellowship among its members. Notable speakers are brought
before the group, but in the main, the programs represent stuf
dent efforts. The sponsors of the Quintilian Club are Mrs. Olive
Iohnson, director of the Department of Speech, and Mrs. Myrtle
l-lardy, professor of Speech. The total active enrollment of
the organization includes the following:
lean Bain, Virginia Baker, Ramona Banks, Vivian Black,
Martha Bolls, Donald Bowers, Alice Broadfoot, Bob Brock, Patsy
Burks, Gloria Busey, Dell Campbell, Iames Cason, Martha
Cole, Eulene Connell, Buss Connor, Charles Cooper, luanita
Cox, Carolyn Davis, Mrs. Maxine Dean, Bernice Douglas,
Martha Dunn, Betty Dutton, Ioe Echols, Wilma Edwards, Pat
Fitz4Patrick, Richard Fulton, Bob Galbraith, Marie Garrison,
FIBST BCW Thompson Dunn Taylor lohnson Connell Holler, Busey, Burl-ts. SECOND BOW: Beed, Matsler, Black, Wilson, Martin, Whitsett,
Taylor Dean Murray Watlcins THIRD BOW' Connor Shults Beast, Stiff, Hammons, Mulkey, Havran, VVhite, Baker.
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0 FIRST ROVV: Lee, Knox, Morgan, Hearn, VVood, Robertson, Tunnell. SECOND ROW: Cox, Hendrick, Moore, Boles, Perryman, Storey, A.
Broadfoot, Bain, Randolph. THIRD ROW: G. Broadfoot, Hall, Echols, McMurrey, lanies, Brock, Sandsbury, Bowers, lohnson.
Louise Graham, Dan Hall, Roy Hammons, Mary Harris, Mar-
garet Hearn, Dawn Hawley, Beulah Herrington, Zelwanda
Hendricks, Ioyce Hunter, Charlene lohnson, Doris lohnson,
Roland lohnson, Eloise Knox, Violet Lee, Barbara Leonard,
Wilma Litton, Fay Martin, Lorraine Matsler, Mary McKnight,
Ioe McMurrey, Mary Murray, Bill Meads, Margaret Moore,
Martha Morgan, Gwendel Mulkey, Edd Naylor, Nilwon Nowlin,
Keith Parks, Nelda Parks, Mary Lynn Patterson, Sue Perryman,
Hazel Randolph, Chloe Robbins, Billye Robertson, Io Nell
Rushing, Iimmie Sargent, Walter Schoenteld, Sara Alice Scott,
Billie Sheiiield, Marvin Sparks, George Solay, Burl Stiff, Gene
Story, Betty Sumner, Dolores Tate, Ann Taylor, lean Taylor,
Shirley Taylor, Erank Thomas, Dana Thompson, Beulah Turney,
Letha Tunnell, Helen Vick, Marie Watkins, Herb White, Doris
Whitsett, Kathryn Willson, Elizabeth Wilson, Donna Winton,
lanell Wood, Reggie Westmoreland.
OLlVE M. lOHNSON
The purpose of the Senior Mary Arden Club is to promote
the intellectual and social development ot its members. The
club was founded by Miss Edith Clark in 1902. lt is composed
oi juniors and seniors who have established certain residence
and scholastic requirements. Social activities tor the year in-
cluded a joint Christmas Pete with the junior Mary Ardens
and a Cottee honoring Women graduates held in the Crystal
Room oi Marquis Hall. Total membership includes:
Ethel D. Adams, Sarah F. Adams, Kay Anderson, Virginia
Baker, Linda Barber, Betty Bird, Bettye Blackmon, Helen joy
Boren, jo Ann Bragg, Velma Bragg, lna Brickell, Alice Broad-
toot, Mary K. Brothers, Evelyn Burns, Lavon Buster, Martha
Butler, Susan Cargile, Sybil Chambers, Pearl Cherrington,
Billie Couch, Margaret Cowan, Sara Alice Cox, Elaine Crossley,
Martha Ann Crouch, Marjorie Dannelly, Onita Dannelly, Clitio
jean Davis, Phyllis Deatherage, Artie Ray Ermis, Martha
Ewing, LaVoyce Parris, l'Nell Fowler, Mary Frances Franklin,
Melba Erazell, Louise Garrett, Mary Grimes
SE m I QR m A R Y A IQ m C L U B Rosemary Hall, lean Harper, Carolyn R. Harris,
0 FIRST ROXV: Kunkel, jenkins, Boren, Drirrjck, Denman, Baker, Royall, Wilson, Lovejoy, Rice, Penry, Kuykendall. SECOND ROW: Hawthorne
Riley Adams, Tate, Allen, Bragg, Pickard, A. Pickard, Wildtrr, Cason, Frazell. THIRD RONV: Buster, Brothers, White, Gabbert, Broadfoot,
And rson, Burns, Harper, Pirtle, Bohme, Reed, Hopkins, Brickell, Steele, O. Dannelly.
O FIRST ROVV: Tompkins, lones, MacMurray, Ewing, Franklin, Vfooten, Stone, Smith, lanes. SECCND BOVV: M. Donnelly, Butler, Pennock Bira
Fowler, Preston, Crossley, Bay, Adams, McCullar. THIBD BOW: Priddy, Loucks, Johnson, Mayes, Kinzy, Nlfalker, Cowan, Davis, Grimes
Marjorie Haynie, Belaa Hawthorne, Gloria I I5
Henshaw, Beueline Hibler, Colleen Hodges,
Beryl Hoffman, Louise Holman, Mary E. Hopkins, Frances len- C A M P U S C L U B
kins, Barbara lohnson, Gloria lean lones, Marivonne lones,
lean Kinzy, Martha Kunkel, Mary Lu Kuykendall, Patsy Love-
joy, Regina Mays, Betty lo McCullar, lo McDougal, Yvonne
McMurray, Mary McKnight, Patsy Miller, Patricia Ochsenloein,
Ornadell Pennington, Virginia Pennock, Betty Penry, Anita
Pickard, Myra Pickarcl, Betty Pirtle, Martha Preston, Billie Buth
Price, Shirley Bay, Claudine Bich, Margaret Biley, Bose Marie
Boyall, Ann Shands, Martha Shively, lulia Short, Billie Sims,
Loveta Smith, Dollie Steele, Mary Buth Stephens, Mary
Stewart, Margaret Stone, Helen Talbot, Kathryn Tompkins,
Billye Walker, Ann Weeks, Sunell W'alker, Louise Weymouth,
Francis White, lane Wilson, Helen Fitzpatrick, Aileen Loucks,
Iohnnie Oliver, Bo Allen, Winitred Bohme, Marilyn Brooks,
Eva lane Cason, Betty Beed, Marilyn Bice, Ola Faye Heilin,
lean Derrick, Virginia Boorman, Betty Ewinq, lanell Wood
Helen Buth Wooten.
MlSS BUTH PBIDDY
F M Dcrrnall
I Benjamln Sh1r1ey
W. A. Larimer
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Located on Hickory just behind the Eagle
Drug, LELA POSTER offers complete floral ser-
vice to all students of North Texas. For flow-
ers of all kinds for any occasion, call LELA
Fosrss FLowERs, telephone 40 . . . quick,
efficient service at any time.
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Located conveniently on the corner, NASHIS
5 ci lU has a complete stock of varieties.
For small gifts and purchases, go to NASHIS
and save. NASHIS also has a complete line
of cosmetics and Womens accessories.
HAMILTON-PERRYMAN now has two stores on
the corner, one located at the corner of Fry
and Hickory, and the other at the corner of
Avenue A and Mulberry. l'lAMILTON-PERRY-
MAN Nos. l and ll stand ready to serve North
Texas students at any time.
Offering complete sundries and pharmaceu-
tical products, HAMILTON-PERRYMAN stores
are the only Corner establishments having
licensed druggists on duty at all times for
the particular convenience of students. For
lunches, sandwiches and soft drinks, go to
Owned and operated by ex-students of
North Texas State, DYcHE's CORNER has been
a favorite of students for many years. Offer-
ing complete cafe and fountain service,
Dyche's serves only the best in everything.
For your cokes and snacks, try DYcHE's.
One of the largest and most efficient bus
lines in the South, DIXIE TRAILWAYS serve
as the rnain mode of transportation for home-
ward-bound students. DIXIE TRAILWAYS will
take you anywhere anytime in modern buses
driven by efficient drivers.
For safe, efficient taxi service, call Telephone
45. DIXIE CABS offer courteous service at any
time, day or night. The cabs are driven by
experienced rnen. Your commands are their
wishes. DIXIE CABS' office is conveniently
located in the Union Bus Terminal.
One of the oldest and most dependable taxi
services in Denton, DIXIE CABS have the re-
putation of always being on the job with
quiclc service for all who call. The next time
you need a taxi, call 45 for the best, DIXIE
One of the newest and most unusual restau-
rants on the Corner is EL SoMBREHo, owned
and operated by E. D. Elrod. Rapidly becom-
ing a favorite spot for students, EL SOMBRERO
offers fine Mexican foods at reasonable
Set in a typical Latin American atmosphere,
EL SOMBRERO offers quick, courteous service
together with a wide variety of Mexican
food. Also featured are several American
dishes, prepared carefully and second to
none in taste.
For fine steaks, try THE STEAK HOUSE, lo-
cated on South Locust. A favorite eating
place of many college students, THE STEAK
HoUsE offers the best of dishes served in a
quiet, cool atmosphere. Try THE STEAK HOUSE
for your next meal.
Designed in Western style, THE STEAK HOUSE
holds the reputation of always serving the
best, with the best possible in service. Cater-
ing to students, the management guarantees
the best possible in food and service.
One of the older, Well-established campus
businesses is PENDEHVS, located on Mulberry,
right across from Marquis and Terrill. For
school supplies and sundries, visit PENDERIS.
One of the newer college businesses, CAMPUS
CLEANERS ofters a better job in dry cleaning
and pressing. For your cleaning and press'
ing services, try CAMPUS CLEANERS.
Everything for the student can be found at
VOERTMANIS Teachers College Store. When
you need school supplies, course brochures,
or a new book to read, call at VOERTMANIS.
The DENTON COUNTY NATIONAL BANK otters
complete banking service to all students.
Seated at left is Mr. Barns and an otticial
of the bank.
Students prefer BHEwER's CoLLEGE CAFE for
their meals. Fine foods at reasonable prices
are featured. The cate is located just oft
the campus on Avenue A.
T C C Q E ID
For short orders and those between-class
snacks, the CoED DINER furnishes the most
convenient spot. Try the Corin DINER the next
time you are hungry ior a sandwich or short
Featured at SHRADEHIS PHARMACY are com-
plete lines of drugs, cosmetics, tobacco, sun-
dries, and toilet articles. When you do your
downtown drug shopping, try SHRADER'S.
A complete line oi electrical supplies from
reirigerators and radios to desk lamps and
light bulbs can be found at NoR'rH TEXAS
ELECTRIC, located just oft the campus on
J. C. PEUUEY
One ol Denton's leading department stores,
I. C. PENNEY G Co. offers all kinds ot dry
goods, shoes, ladies' and nien's ready-to-
Wear, and many other items.
For your Coveralls, boots, Work shoes and
other uniform clothing needs, come to the
DENTON UNIFORM SHOP, located on East
Hickory, just below the Denton County Na-
C A F E
For all kinds oi foods served at reasonable
prices in a novel atmosphere, come to the
YACHT CAFE, located on West Oak, just oil
Fine photography close to the campus is
iound at CUNNINGHAMIS STUDIO, located in
a new building on Hickory near the Adrnin-
The cab company Whose telephone is its
name offers safe, quick, efficient service to
the college. 2100 CARS stand ready at all
times to serve you.
Located on Locust Street, directly in front
of the Bowling Alleys, the WAEELE INN serves
fine foods, and specializes in tasty Waffles.
The SOUTHERN HOTEL caters to families of
students who wish to stay overnight in Den-
ton. Denton's leadinq hotel, the SOUTHERN
also features a coffee shop for dinner parties
and individuals who Wish to dine on fine
foods. For the best in hotel accommodations,
come to the SOUTHERN.
Courteous, quick service in new taxicabs is
the keynote of CITY CABS. Safe, efficient driv-
ers take patrons anywhere at any time.
For dependable taxi service, call CITY CABs
and get the best. Call CITY CABS, telephone
372, the next time you need a taxi.
For the best in fine foods, visit IIMM1E's, lo-
cated on the Dallas Highway. IIMMIEIS fea-
tures excellent steaks, lunches and short
orders, and has strawberry shortcake all
DUKE 84 AVIQES
DUKE AND AYRES is one of the better tive-cent
to one dollar stores on the Denton Square.
All kinds of low-priced merchandise are tea-
tured at DUKE AND JXYRES.
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This photograph ot one ot the Delta Chi
Delta Sorority rush functions was put here
by Mrs. Richardson, manager ot MuTT's
VANITY SHOPPE, who is town sponsor ot the
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Another photograph of a Delta Chi rush func-
tion, courtesy Mrs. Richardson, town sponsor
ot Delta Chi Delta.
NT coeds rnodel some ot the new Spring
creations that are a feature ot LA MODE,
downtown ladies' shop. For fashionable
ready-tofwear, LA MODE is the place to shop.
ln attractive modern surroundings, LA Mom:
oiters fine ladies' clothing at reasonable
prices. When you shop, be sure to try LA
Everything for the mon ctnd wornctn cctn be
found ctt BURRIS DEPARTMENT STORE, from
work clothes to fine dress. For economical
goods of high votlue, try BURRIS.
E A G I. E D I2 U CE
Servicing students of North Texcts with sun-
dries, sdndwiches Ond school supplies, the
EAGLE DRUG is one of the rnost populoir cgm-
For the finest in fine footwectr, STONEIS SHOE
STORE in downtown Denton rdnks high ....
STONEIS fecttures both rnen's cmd wO1'nen's
shoes in lcxtest styles.
For phctrrnolceuticctls, cosmetics, cctrnerg sup-
plies, soft drinks, crnd sundries. CURTIS DRUG
is the best plctce to buy. An old, highly re-
putdble business, CURTIS' offers the best in
All kinds ot photographs in all kinds ot
trames are offered by BURCHARDIS, home of
tine photography. lt you Want the best tor
your picture, call BURCHARDVS STUD1o.
Alert, courteous service is the watchword
ot BURCHARDIS. Quick service on all Work
done, coupled with careful handling makes
this studio one of tlie best.
Owned and operated by Frank Burchard,
the studio is equipped With the latest in
photographic equipment, and is noted tor
the excellent quality ot Work.
Portraiture is a specialty at BURcHARD's. Only
the tinest retouching and tinting processes
are employed, with the result that BURCHARD
portraiture is the best.
One of the oldest business institutions in
Denton, the FIRST STATE BANK offers complete
banking service, and is the College Deposi-
Seated at left, Dr. S. A. Blackburn of the NT
faculty, chairman of the Board of Directors,
Mr. Bass, vice-president, Mr. Henderson,
cashier, and Mr. Orr, president, compose
the officials of the FIRST STATE BANK
Offering food and a complete fountain ser-
vice, the IU-CY PIG is a favorite meeting
place for students. Come to the Pig for the
best of foods.
Fast service in cleaning and pressing is the
keynote of TIPTONIS CLEANERS, located on
the corner across from the Administration
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Located just off the campus at the corner of
Mulberry and Avenue B, BALTHRoP's offers
a complete stock of groceries for the special
convenience of college students.
CoLLEGE TAILORS offers fast cleaning and
pressing service to students of North Texas.
Also featured is a complete tailoring service.
For those special occasions that require a
gift, visit the VOGUE GIFT SHOP, which fea-
tures a complete line of gifts, both expen-
sive and inexpensive.
For the pause that refreshes, drink CocA-
CoLA. lust the thing for a between-class
snack, and an added zest to any social
NT Coeds model some of the fine street and
evening apparel featured by THE BOSTON
STORE. College students will make no mis-
take by buying at THE BOSTON STORE.
THE BOSTON STORE, long-time favorite of
many college students, offers a Wide va-
riety of qoods, from costume jewelry to the
latest men's and Women's clothing.
More of the exquisite fashions to be found
at THE BOSTON STORE are modeled in this
photograph. For the finest in fine Wear, visit
THE BOSTON STORE.
Located on the northeast corner of the
square, THE BOSTON STORE is one of Den-
ton's oldest and most reputable business es-
tablishments. For the best, try THE BOSTON
Men's hats of the finest brands are featured
at Russsujsy from the large western styles
to the latest city fashions can be found in
the Man's Shop.
Everything for the gentleman, from hats to
shoes, can be found in the men's department
at RUSSELLIS. Always the latest styles are
featured, with empnasis on college fashions,
The weaker sex can find no more complete
line of clothing than that found in the
womans department at RUssELL's. For the
latest in campus and off-campus fashions,
coeds go to RUSSELLIS.
Milady's chapeau, of any size or description,
can be found in the hat department. Prompt,
courteous service is the keynote at RUSSELL'S,
located on the southwest corner of the square.
This photograph oi the l947 Favorites is
published here courtesy of WALDRIP Moron
COMPANY. For complete car service, and tor
new Willys, Hudson, and Packard automo-
biles, visit WALDRrP's.
Located on Fry Street, just oil the campus,
the NOOK offers sandwiches and soft drinks
to late-comers. Open every night except Sun-
day until eleven, the Nook is the ideal place
for a quick snack.
THEATRE Row "where happiness costs so
little" is the place where all students remem-
ber that a little relaxation means a better
time in school. The next time studies go a
little hard, relax on THEATRE Row.
This is the new theatre which the Interstate
Theatre Circuit, lnc., plans to build here in
Denton in appreciation of the business given
them by college students.
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that the staff takes space and time to expregg its
sincere appreciation for the time and efforts of
those not officially connected with the staff pro-V
per who were of assistance to us. . . . This year, We Wish to
thank the following persons for the general
reason mentioned above: Max of Photo Associates,
Dallas, together with the officals of Lone Star
Air Cargo for making possible the YUCCA Queen
Contestg Governor Beauford Iester, for kindlytgonsent-
ing to act as judge of the contestp Alpha Phi
Omega Service Fraternity and the Green Iackets
for managing the polls during the favorite electiong
the members of the Print Shop staff for their assistance
in the technical field: The Chat staff for their co-
operation in publicity matters, the faculty
and student body for their excellent cooperation in '
matters pertaining to them, the engravers, printers, and K
cover manufacturers fortheir efforts in executing the
book, and finally, to those six or seven
people who signed up to help the staff, and showed
up part of the time, and the eighteen others who
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