University of Oklahoma - Sooner Yearbook (Norman, OK)

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Zia w:Lf4a.f?Q'ffiff ,fwfr 'pmiikailifffi-1Qf, - 2 I BOOK I UNIVERSITY xy, X .px Av y lx' W,- , .V 4 Q, W..-31-3 f "' ki. , Xu' X.- X, . . 1, , I 1 tf' Q . 4 K avi - -l i ,!, if .Em 55 E ,gg if. ,131 ,sa L., . ,t 4 all, , akiilf Q33 . , ' 3332 31:55 .4 7 at A sg, ml if fi , 11 li 7 ssl J ,Jr lf ' 0 The General Progress of the University By STRATTON D. BROOKS President of the University of Oklahoma HE UNIVERSITY has made progress during the year in many ways, all of which may prop- erly be said to lie in two broad fields. First, the University is doing more for the Stateg and second, the State has la greater coniidence in the University. Manifestly the first of these is the direct 3'1 '1:,,- L, fiiilg cause of the second. In order to receive the 'F' +L--i".-- confidence and support of the citizens of Okla- homa the University must conduct itself in such a way as to merit such confidence and support. To this task the best ener- gies of the various schools and colleges have been directed. The visible improvements, such as equipment, apparatus, books, museums, and the changes in buildings and campus, are all minor in comparison with the hearty co-operation and virile energy with which the faculties have entered into the real work of the University. Nor have they been alone in loyal and effective service, for among the student body there has been a spirit of industry and a growth in ability that augurs well for the future state, with whose destinies they will have so much to do. ' -It is most encouraging to know that the efforts of the University have been promptly recognized by the citizens of the State. There are on every hand signs of growing friend- ship and increasing interest accompanied by promises to assist in making the University of Oklahoma an institution second to none other conducted in states conditioned similar to oursL , t : 2 Ml!! MA'-: S N Q lg! 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J... xfzf' ' 75- .4 .' - 1 ,,,,,,.:,, . y. .- .e., .-- L, , ' - ti '-egg. -f 'M f , -er m ' A .' 'l 3.1. JI, 1lX'Yf". ' iv L v, f fe 'M ' . .swa- " ' 1--ff Q'Z3"'Q,5 A 4' 1 ' 621 if . 'l xr . - efvn. lt f' V V, -4 - : 1 ff., ll: K 4 yi eq. 5 by ' el-ufmvy-U xg: ii I U 1-1 4 'f 11' M -Q' IJ l 1 ff' g ll n1' i 1' 'mf '4 fy, , 1, If 2,11 I A J' pn F 1 ij! i f i fa an ,-3. I 375,11 ' r at . flux V :Zigi I' A Kofi?-'A a ' fi I' 46 1 M. A It Law School BV Julien C. M'onneI, Dean of the Law Schoal HE NEED of a Law School in the State of 1Oklahoma had been re- . cognized for many years before the University l 5 i l -, 'll Law School was organ- ' ized. Indeed the call Fl 7 5 for legal instruction was Yi so urgent that a number of the leading lawyers started a school at Oklahoma City for the purpose of supplying this demand temporarily. However, it was soon clearly felt that the University should have a law school. In the fall of 1909 arrangements were perfected by which a committee of three from the Board of Regents of the Uni- versity should act in conjunction with a committeee of three from the State Bar Association in the organization of a law school here. The committees were ap- pointed and- after a number of meetings and discussions concluded to call Pro- fessor julien C. Monnet, then on the faculty of the George Washington Uni- versity Law School at Washington, D. C., to Oklahoma City for an interview. After the situation had been thoroughly gone over he was asked to take the deanship and proceed to organize the school. This was less than four weeksi before the September opening of the University session. The question was to End suitable quar- ters. The central building at the Uni- versity had burned down and matters were greatly crowded. Finally, about half of the museum room on the third floor of Science Hall was cleared and the Law School occupied that alone dur- ing the first year. Only first year courses were offered as very few applications were had for second and third year work. There were then two members of the faculty, Dean Monnet and Pro- fessor J. B. Cheadle. Such books as tl"e school had were placed in shelves by the side of the museum cases and near the recitation seats. An office space was found for the dean in one ofthe corners of the room. The following year the preparatory department having been dis continued the Law School moved into the basement of the Library building The partitions were rearranged, one room was set aside for the library and first and second year courses were oEered.' The school remained in these quarters for three years and during its second year there it began giving first, second and third year courses or the complete three year law course. During the first year in these quarters a very strong movement was launched by the students for a new Law School building, an organization was perfected and a campaign waged in the legislature of so vigorous a nature that there was scarcely an hour of any session when a committee of law students was not present to look after the Law School Bill which was introduced in the Senate by Senator J. B. Thompson. The cam paign' pr'oved entirely successful and the bill appropriating S125,600 for the Law School was- ultimately carried Upon commencement day, 1912, the first furrow of dirt was turned and steady construction of the building continued with the usual delays. In spite of the fact that the building was incomplete it has been occupied throughout the school year 1913-14. Its formal dedication with imposing ceremonies occurred on March 4th, at which time Professor E u g e n e Wambaugh, professor o f Agency and Constitutional Law in the Harvard Law School, was present and delivered the dedicatory address. Con- gratulatory addresses were also de- livered by Governor Lee Cruce on be- half of the State, by Judge Robert L. Williams on behalf of the Supreme Court, by Honorable Herbert D. Mason on behalf of the Bar, and by Paul 'A. Walker of the class of 1912 on behalf of the students past and present. The keys were formally presented by President Wilson of the State Board of Education to President Brooks and by him pre- sented to Dean Monnet. ' aw' 'Wt lik,-4 3' w X709 il SEA 'I a 4,5 1 sy' I 1 J W ., 1 v ' 1 up b "" 2 College of Arts and constant and steady until now the ,ggi lv 1.4 . , ' enrollment is 600. The faculty has 'fait' - , Sclences grown from the original four to more "!' l Bylumts S.Buclmnan,Dean offfollegc ofArLs and Sciences tlrian The offers over 300 A i V v N different courses distributed over 22 , Q ' HE HISTORY of the different departments. 1 - Y' The College of Arts and Sciences is X4 k - . . College of Arts and Sici- ences is the history of 1 the University for the Y- Nl ' l"' , istence. The University -it V ri., fall of 1892 with a prep- aratory department and a few college courses for special stu- dents. The public school system of the state was then being organized and there were no high schools to prepare students for the University. The pre- paratory department of the University was the first high school in the state. In 1893 the College of Arts and Sci- ences had one regular freshrnan and in the same year conferred its tirst lyicca- laureate degree, Bachelor of Arts, upon a class of two. In 1895 President Boyd of the University participated in the organization of the North Central Asso- ciation of Colleges and Secondary Schools, but the University at that time could not become a member because of its thirteen units entrance requirements. 1 ' J 2 -'I lv. ,a Warm As soon as the meager facilities would permit, the preparatory school was or- ganized as a separate department giving four years' work, and the standard for entrance was raised to Fifteen units. In 1898 the College of Arts and Sciences graduated its first class and the Univer- sity was admitted to the North Central Association of Colleges. Since the graduation of the First class in 1898 the work done by the College of Arts and Sciences has been recognized by all of the leading ,::olleges, and our graduates admitted to graduate work "for degrees. The College has succeeded in. maintaining high standards from the first, and though the growth in numbers has 'not been phenomenal, it has been ' iirst ten years of its ex-, was organized in theft' the center of the University out of which the professional schools have grown and around which they are grouped. A large part of its instruction is foundational for the best work in these professional schools. i Within the College there have been organized in recent years the schools of Education, Journalism, and Com- merce and Industry, so that the student may pursue subjects directly related to his chosen line of professional educa- tion. College of Engineering By J:1nmsIH. Felgar, Dean of College of Engineering iN 1908 a School of Ap- . plied Science, having for its ultimate aim the 1 tablishment of a College of Engineering, was founded at the, Univer- M ' ' sity. In 1908 the Col- lege of Engineering was - established. It was com- Schools of Electrical, Mechanical and Civil Engineering and Mining Geology. The School of Chem- ical Engineering was added in 1910. All of these courses require four years of residence stuly for completion. The equipment of the College of En- gineering consists of chemical and phys- ical laboratories, drawing rooms, wood andiron working shops, foundry, elec- trical and mechanical engineering labor- atories, geological laboratories, testing rooms for illuminating materials, etc. In the School of Civil Engineering are to be had the usual supply of instru- ments for surveying and geodesy, and Q . ...Wifi , ,Q 'f sa" A posed of the Lfyk, ' l"'fYZ-17'-':gQ ' I 'avlgfcilf t s.-.. , . Nix It f: rv . Jarvis ' ' g, cf-gre1242?-ii25fwf.ft ig, g.xn.1. ,Z ' - Byf i,,5.',ir if 44 ws., x . J x Y, . P nl V ii I .fm i.,.E-".fff5?,:.'aSj N,-275, M Q ff'gif"-' K 1" ,. ' 1 , r-Mit' I +,. '- .' ,PH 1 ' .,-,. 'wx i - - rr' ' 2 4 ,, 1 W e " 5..."'T If-1 'K get Lwel- if 7 1 in Pj'Q,.'." 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The electrical laboratory is. equipped with practically every kind of dynamos, motors, transformers, and instruments for performing all sorts of electrical tests. The illuminating engineering laboratory is provided with a dark room equipped with instruments for tests of all kinds of illuminating materials. The lecture rooms are provided with pro- jecting lanterns, which are equipped with complete sets of slides pertaining to the technical courses given. The School of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics is equipped with slide valve engines, with condenser attachment, gasoline engines, a 100,000 pound ten- sion and compression testing machine, and all instruments necessary for exper- imental work in these fields. The shops are exceptionally well Fitted to give the necessary training in the manual arts. The physical, chemical and geological laboratories are in connection with the departments of chemistry, physics and geology of the University, and are fully equipped to do the best possible work in those lines. The faculty of the College of Engi- neering consists of twenty-six members who give their entire time to the work or instruction. In comparison with other engineering schools over the country, the one at the University ranks very favorably. The chief difference between this school and one of the larger ones is that the equip- ment of the larger colleges contains a greater number of the same kind of machines, and the enrollment is larger. In this school each student receives in- dividual instruction and individual at- tention, and must perform all of the laboratory work himself. School of FineAArtS,:'l By F radrik Holmbergi Dean of School of Fine Arts HE DEPARTMENT of Music was established f - at the University of Oklahoma at the time the University began its work in 1892. For the L ' Z , m . " ' vi i! . . iygiqmaxkf First few years little at- us V I K , tempt was made to es- l-f-?-!! 'R tablish classes in the theory and history of music, and the work consisted mostly of instruction in piano, voice and violin, and choral classes. ' In 1903 the School of Fine Arts was established as an individual school in the University, and during this year full courses for Bachelor of Music degrees were outlined and pupils began to work for a degree with their piano, voice or violin as their major. The year of 1904-05 credit was granted in the Col- lege of Arts and Sciences for work done in the theory and history of music, and the School of Fine Arts was thus recog- nized as an establishment for general culture. From that time up to the present there has been a steady and healthy growth. The department of drawing and painting was added in 1909. The requirements for admission have con- tinually been raised. At present there are twelve instruc- tors in the School of Fine Arts. From the time this school was located in what we used to call the "dungeons" in the basement of the library building, until the present day' when it is more com- fortably located on the third Hoot of Administration Hall, equipment has been-added and improved upon continu- ously. The school now has a very good working library of musical scores, books for reference, biographies, text books, and other works including theoretical, philosophical, psychological and socio- logical aspects in connection with the study of music and art. . 1 4 28 A ' 'ie'KBHk' i i'EM ,Ay -rr .iv ,jg X V' "W ' sv 4 47 , il nk , 'I ? . f W QU VV,, ,gl ,E,,U,.. ' ,,,f.,.-1""V , ': fa arit Y . , , it ight . +A - :Rx 'I v V N ' m V fi ,. , ,QM - 5 ji.'Faif1 Vmn V ,.,. 15710 V. ., 'Ym,:Mf'f'.Z!., , 1 1 -E TN x Vu sf X, ,., fulwf 1 1-15-2 31: ' v x .' f ! 4 P ' :Wig lx , Fil V Rf! ng . 1 U i f 'W is Alf 3 is 4 D. 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V an l 'Gt W' V ' pn 8 29 1, ' ::a.f ' ll WF. Fi lx ,ij l 'I cj? ', 1 , lg? ff' Q A ,, .M ,R fugajqg ll Q21 ' CV' 'f.,!' w " iw, fab, 45: - it f' ,S wwf "4 " C 'X , .f,, ,fr-f. 91'-c' fs'-ju f 4' gf-:' "J U . .1 , L 1 , ., , , K-1 ' . ,. H , ,A , .,,.., School of Medicine By Curlis Riclmnz' Day, Dean of School of Ilfledivinc HE SCHOOL of Medi- . cine was established in the University in 1900. At that time only the Q J' first two years' work was offered, as hospitals were not available for Jf' I the work in the last two years of the course. In 1910, upon the disbanding of the Ep- worth College of Medicine in Oklahoma City, the last two years of the course were established in that place and the Epworth faculty transferred to the Uni- versity faculty. From the beginning the school has grown. rapidly. Tuition is free and be- cause of this students are attracted from all over the country, many coming from the eastern states to take advan- tage of the free course offered. The faculty numbers over fifty, excellent chemistry and anatomy laboratories pro- vide means for thorough research work, and the College of Arts and Sciences gives work which can be counted toward a degree in medicine. The standard of work in the School of Medicine is to be raised beginning with next year, when one year of pre- paratory work in the College of 'Arts and Sciences will be. required of all stu- dents desiring to enter the School of Medicine. The school has been admit- ,, ll J 1 -4 if 4 i I School of By Charles H. Stocking, Dann nf School of HE SCHOOL of Phar- macy was the first school added to the University, after the organization of ' the College of Arts and Sciences. It has reached its twenty-iirst birthday, and has had a constant and vigorous growth. Only the best in the line of pharma- ceutical education is sufficient to satisfy the ideals of those in charge. The aim ofthe school is to assist in elevating and standardizing the profession of pharmacy, and with this purpose in view it has become a member.of the Amer- ican Conference of Pharmaceutical Faculties. Each member of the faculty is an expert in his special line of work, with the result that the students receive thorough and comprehensive instruction in every study which forms a part of the curriculum. . - The School of Pharmacy works in perfect harmony with the State, Board of -Pharmacy and with the State Phar- maceutical Association, and co-operates with them in an effort which tends to the betterment of the profession in this state. -e.-4 g. f ' Z ll" V- ff 1' gm V ' Flower in the crannied wall, I pluck you out of the crannies, I hold you here, root and all, in my hand, , E - if 31" iff-Q-ri!! .15 'ggE,5 ' ted to the Association of American Medical Colleges, which numbers in its membership all the great medical insti- tutions in the United States. 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A t?kiQW1i' i 'l f I aqggsf 5 V 1, .,. 1 , ' " ir, 4 W ag, I v X' 'MJ 6: MA ' t ty x We ,ffl :Tk 11' 3,1 ywgml F 45 . 'Falla il 1 a -' 1 g sm w 'l . inf ' l " 2 l ' f' in eff ll Alu Y ,fb 1 ' lr 'Vi' ' t 'Q' V A .x al i. Fw, .. ,V A Y I L w K M , . 7'ff3vg L f , . ff' New .1 - - f 3 1 4 -rf 2 . ."l,l,-F4 -48.4 ,- Graduate School By A. H. Van Vkel, Dann nf Graduate School REVIOUS to the year 1909 a limited amount of graduate work was offered in the College of Arts and Sciences under the supervision of a special committee On April 3 1909 a Graduate School was organized, under a dean and a designated faculty The purpose of the Graduate School is to extend and enlarge the undergrad uate work and to provide facilities for specialization and research in all depart ments of the University Previous to 1913 graduate work was confined to the College of Arts and Sciences, and Master of Arts was the only advanced degree oifered. The in creasing number of graduates in Engi neering created a demand for work more advanced than that offered by the College of Engineering. To meet this demand graduate work has been pro vided for in all of the Schools of Engi neering and the work of the graduate school has thus been greatly extended ll ,L , :Jun aa l5 .. The University now offers the follow ing advanced degrees: Master of Arts Master of Science Unqualified Master of Science in Engineering Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer Civil Engineer, Chemical Engineer The last four are professional degrees in engineering, and are conferred under the following conditions: The candi date must be a graduate of the College of Engineering in this University. He must present acceptable evidence of at least three years of practice in his pro fession at least one of which must have been in a position of responsibility He must present an acceptable thesis upon some engineering subject. H must enroll for the degree not later than November 1 of the school year in which the degree is expected Last year the Board of Education provided for a limited number' of fel- lowships, paying 5225.00 each, arid! scholarships paying 8180.00 each. Fel- lows and Scholars are required to give approximately one-fourth of their time to teaching or to other work in connec tion with the department in which the fellowship or scholarship is held Thus the problem of student assistants has been largely solved, and at the same time higher scholarship and research work encouraged The work of the Graduate School in connection with the summer sessions is receiving special attention at present The provision for correspondencg work makes it possible for the teachers of the state who already hold the bachelors degree to earn the master s degree with out sacrificing their positions to do so Twenty three graduate students were enrolled during the last summer ses sion and a large enrollment is mdx cated for the next session The demands for graduate work will increase rapidly as the University grows Every effort will be made to meet these demands as they arise School of J ournahsm By Harold H Herbert lnslrlwtur In Ioumulum ITH THE establishment ol' the School of Jour nalism at the beginning of the year 1913 14 the University takes rank among the rather few institutions of learning which attempt to give 'Cf training in the profes sion of Journalism Less than ten years BSO the teaching of Journalism in schools was considered utterly lmprac Ucable, and proposals to give mstruc tion in newspaper practice were greeted vuth gibes, not only from the public but from newspaper men as well In fact i L ,,1' Hrq '."R5Jf?l1' M... ,. I. If if lm., ,mL-bl ae " 'D e 'zcl x 1' fi". , nv . 1 J: 19. :ul 1 Juana -annul! O the men engaged in the profession were the most reluctant to admit the feasi- bility of teaching a subject that had hitherto been a part of the curriculum of the University of Hard Knocks. 'Into such an atmosphere of opposi- tion and skepticism ventured the pio- neers of journalistic education. Quietly, almost covertly, the first courses were offered. Gradually opposition was dis- armed, and former scoffers at collegel trained "journalists" became staunch friends of an innovation which promised to give them reporters from whom some of the rough edges of inexperience had been removed. -Okl8homa's School of Journalism dates its existence from May 24, 1913, when the plans for its organization were approved by the State Board of Educa- tion. Professor Theodore H. Brewer, of the department of English, was ap- pointed director, and as instructor the University secured Mr. Chester C. Wells, a graduate in 1913 of the Univer- sity of Wisconsin. Mr. Wells, with an energy born of a half-dozen years' ex- perience in city and collegiate jour- nalism, was well along with his plans for the new school and was about to 'leave for Oklahoma when he was cut down by death. Though only a short time remained before the opening of the First semester, the University was suc- cessful in securing the services of the present instructor, Mr. HQ H. Herbert, a graduate of the University of Illinois, who at the time of his appointment was telegraph editor of the Peoria, Illinois, journal. The new school began its work with two courses-one in newspaper writing and one in newspaper editing-and an enrollment of twenty students. In the second semester a third course, editorial writing, was introduced, and plans were -made for the offering of additional -courses the following year. Besides giving instruction in newspaper work, the school has also undertaken a con- siderable part of the publicity activities of the University, carried on partially through the medium of the News-Jour- nal and the News-Letter, publications on which students in journalism secure practical experience. That the School of journalism has a place in the educational system of the state and that its 'growth will be com- mensurate with its importance is appar- ent by the cordial welcome it has re- ceived and the evident desire on all sides to see it prosper, 'Its progress promises to be unimpeded. School of Ed uoation By W. W. Phelan, Professor afR1-ycholagy and Director of School of Education '17 HE SCHOOL of Educa- tion is organized within - the College of Arts and Sciences. It offers both ' D- 'Q a practical and theoret- ' ical training for pros- pective high school teachers and principals, for principals of ele- mentary schools, for supervisors of special studies, for superintendent of city systems, and for instructors in nor- mal schools and colleges. The work in the school consists of a two-year course of study, which counts on the four-year course toward a bach- elor's degree. Candidates for the de- gree will be required to complete the major and minor subjects previously se- lected to fuliill the group requirements, and to take at least twenty hours' work in education and psychology in addition to general psychology and educational psychology. These courses include sec- ondary education, school administration and educational measurement for which latter work excellent opportunities are now given through the newly estab- lished department of measurement, elliciency and standardization. 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'wt ,M "" 11" gf " uf' 1 ,Llp 115. . ' . ,. , 1 ' . , . '3' 0- ' ' ev x., 'Y J ily 'ft X av Q-fe , ' f-" :Ii , -MV Ei-, f,'fl-iK?"'i4'- .-zjj' 4 M 1- i" ' 4-all 5' - ,gf-5 WERE 1 A with the work of the School of Educa- tion for the beneht not only of college students, but for teachers who are pre- vented from attendance during the academic year. I The regulations of the State Board of Education provide that graduates of the School of Education who have com- plied with the requirements of the schools, and who are recommended by its faculty as possessing other qualifica- tions which iit them for teaching, are granted a teacher's life certificate, valid in the public schools of the state. This certificate may also be granted to per- sons who receive higher degrees from the University. Extension Division By A. C. Scott, Director of University Extension NIVERSITY EXTEN- sion is self-defining. It fl means extending the ad- ' K vantages of the Univer- Q sity to the people in their homes. If this can be done effectively, it is a great movement and no passing educational fad And it can be done No umver sity which has undertaken it has aban doned it. The claim is made for Uni versity Extension that if properly di- rected and adequately supported, it can enable the University to do as much for the state outside of its walls as it does within them and it is not an un reasonable claim The University of Oklahoma follow mg the plan of the older universities which have pioneered in the work has undertaken to reach and help the people along several lines by correspondence study by information and publicity by the establishing and fostering of de bating centers in rural communities and in high schools' by University Exten- sion lecturesg and by Extension classes. Correspondence study has won its ,T .:,. .H .lgwf,,,,, ,JT .M .liz way into modern education. Its value depends upon the men or the institu- tions behind it. The Extension work having been thrust suddenly upon the University of Oklahoma, it was not pos-, sible for members of our faculty to undertake the task this year, and ar- rangements were accordingly made whereby the Universities of Chicago and Wisconsin gave the work for the current year through the University of Oklahoma, at reducedfees. Under the head of information and publicity, it is proposed to furnish in- formation free of charge, on every sub- ject covered by the University's activ- ities, to any citizen, officer, organiza- tion, or municipality of the state. The Division has not been able to empha- size this work during the purrent year on account of the small force employed and the almost overwhelming pressure of other dutiesg but the time will come when it will be a valuable servant of the people, particularly if it includes within its activities a bureau of municipal and legislative research. ' Perhaps the most familiar feature of Extension work is that of Extension lec- tures This article is written at mid- year and it IS impossible to say how many lectures will have been delivered during the year but the number will be great. A pleasant fact to record is that every member of the faculty called upon for this service has responded without objection though the service is rend ered without remuneration Passing for want of space Extension classes for credit a number of which have been organized it may be said that the most valuable feature of the Extension work promises to be the de batmg centers By the end of the year several hundred of such centers will have been established reaching the re motest country districts and also many scores of high schools. The Division prepares and furnishes free of charge bulletins on living subjects of the day giving with entire impartiality the best 34 .F A Ski '11 , , .t 41-1 if -'35, , , . , f'. + W7 H J . - ,Q ,WSU ' fy. ' 'i . ,II-V5 , U' . v Q, y,, 13 I . , ,lv ,-1.61, .l xlibs: 2 .v, X 1,-vie'-,f 1.4 , s.,.L. emu .1 g. 9, Mm. '- i me :tl -.4 it Lfmimaiivwi- gmt' th MMG ' , Y it E g 2 , 1 fqqrjf- .,, ,, , ' ' -articles and arguments on both sides, las well as furnishing traveling libraries. Fifty thousand bulletins will have been issued during the year. The great value of this work will be most apparent in riiral communities, where whole neigh- borhoods, including both young and old, will be able to discuss these vital ques- tions with authoritative information and able exposition in their hands. It will enrich country life, and it will make for intelligent citizenship. This feature of the work alone, if extended to practically every neighborhood within the state, would abundantly justify the existence of the Extension Department of the University. ' Physical Training for Men By Dr. John C. Darling, Director of Physical Training ' HE DEPARTMENT of Physical Training of the . 1 University of Oklahoma l was organized in 1901 gm : by Dr. L. N. Upjohn, J then instructor of anat- .I my A I ZF omy in the School of Medicine. Regular courses and physical ex- aminations were given. The gym was an' old stone building a mile from the campus, ill-Fitted for the purpose, but quite a luxury for that early day. Since 1896 teams in the various sports have been organized by members of the faculty. The first regular coach, Mr. Fred Roberts, was secured in 1901. Since 1902 the teaching force of the de- partment has consisted of a director, an athletic coach, and an instructor for women. In 1903 the present gymnasium was built. It is well. equipped, but much too small for the size of the Univer- sity. - Ten courses are open for men and six for women, completely covering the ' Held from calisthenics and dumb-bells to N' ' Q . instruction in methods of teaching gym- nastics and athletics. Only two courses are required of all students. Every student has the privilege of a close phy- sical examination by the director. A record of all measurements taken in such examinations are kept on File in the office. The aim of the department is to pro- vide physical recreation as a balance to the sedentary demands of university life, and to offer opportunities for form- ing habits of exercise. The real work of the department does not consist of the training of athletic teams alone, but in the development of the physically un- developed and the teaching of the sim- ple, laws of personal hygiene. ,1- .-.- Athletics for Women By Rachel Revell, Inslnlclor in Physical Training ' HERE IS no more de- lightful sight than a bevy of girls, the embod- iment of health and hap- piness, setting off for a good time in the open air, blue sky and sun- , shine, either for a tramp to some spbt in the country or off to the athletic I-ield for games or sports. Whatever the physi- cal condition of the girl may be, some form of outdoor recreation can and must be regularly taken if she is to develop into a well-rounded personality with health and strength to meet and en- joy the duties of life and to look at life in a broad, wholesome way and to meas- ure things by the distant sky line, the trees and the stars. Health is the strongest factor in suc- cess and life and the girl with health has everything. And she is more likely to have this asset if she spends a certain amount of time daily out of doors. As a 'means to an end the value of athletics and organized games is as great for .1 -l-'- ' u mn- ix I i ix 5 l y l l , i mtlllfll I Wlut .. 1 LJ" .a ,ii .11 ,V z X ' 71 I" ,I I I -if-f ..,., ,,- ,. 'Q A- 'Qlw-:aaa ,A s f ' mor ESQ a fxl9'l4l-1 v . 4,wM Saw . kt 5 - :..4.,4gl,"'.,'5l ft: : NX"-?ij'.,M""r5.' ' WLM 'fi' is, . 'fQ.q3'h:1fif':Qx'W T '44.QQ':-Ev' .' 72' ' ilgfffv , ' 3 NJ 1 K I W. w 157 i j i 1 ,, ex ef A -if4:y51,ms1 J f 4' f' E il ei? if . , ,.i. ,- U f,,. r 1 iifiifi i M 1 xtxsdvry iii Y er 1-i,'5"s .1 -Q lf, , ' '. 2 .UV-5' 1 , y' f-,rig fn. - 1-., -1, T -'rti-'Wifi-su l l . I 1' ,Q Ql,ll,L,14,, J fl i' 1- 45 E if ,f4'5Z:jy,, tru.,-Z' , ' ,,a,.,.'fi .1 H w,.,ffr'f rl U,- '. 1 'writ fx ..-,- 3---,431 --, -x'rhE'gwiA-i 1, I , 'jj-PA mt t 1 .ft '7if."'s i tb-.7 'Lfimlgi WJ, Q . . t f "1 at E22 ,Mfg imnllxum W-.e..:mnnmg.u-:'.:m:.iu.mai. .. il . ,V 1 . , ,.., .. it e f' 1 .ff ..o-mmf.. FM. .,......-.-it-V ' O xr it f - '5 Quan: gi iv ' "'7'Lf1.f fl f 1' 'V :xii -Ea ' 7'nf'53vQ' -.P f f' ' ' ' -. .-:mal 1. I x ,M 1 iff 4 fr ,, 1 7, ,1- women as for men. Athletics for women have or should have a diiferent purpose from those for men. Women should go in for athletics for the good fun there is in themg for the pure joy of playing. Because women can not and do not care to go into athletics as strenuously as men is no reason why they should not indulge in them in a way-suited to their strength. Women will -gradually get away from the idea that they have to use men's athletics and adopt sports better suited to their ability and needs. Athletics for women scorn the spirit of win at any cost and stand only for fair play. While girls are playing they are learning the spirit of unsellishness and loyalty to the teamg learning to give and take and learning to smile in the face of defeat. It takes the finest kind of independence and courage to be just, to be square, when a little unseen un- fair play might win the game and put the score in her favor. These qualities are just as essential in the education of girl as of the boy. Athletics tend to develop imagination, concentration, obe- dience, will power and self control. It is the girl who can play up and play the game that makes the best citizen and the best companion. The same qual- ities that make for success on the 2 J. Ji J ,: l ix" hockey Field, the tennis court or in bas- k' .t xtkj ket ball make for success in life and the ,u L a x girl who has acquired them in the gym- "'.g,gm. ' nasium or better still out on the ath- ' Q75- X35 .1 letic Field has acquired something of in- -,wq mg estimable value. -1- VL .fer-'f f " fjist I -, Our Greatest Need f 1 2-,li By '2,.'.1':1:37p,'3::5iff:,g:f .5 .f--'- ' 5' -.3 n . af f xi a VZ! ' .y. l -1 HE GREATEST need of 'I - ' A . . W the University of Okla- M Q l." 331 ' homa is to have its needs ,314 , T' 5 a n d possibilities, i t s we 1' ' , ' ff - ' Q 55 M ,7 g achievements a n d 1 t s F, E:?QR?g- A shortcomings, known by -,Q the people of the state. "I 2 - In the last analysis it is V limi- Ewa H QAEff".! . M local pride,closely bound iam' "ii 7 ' ' i t ' 36 up with social and economic interests that stirs most human beings to effec tive action in the direction of better- ment. When the people of this state know' the pressing needs of our vigorous, growing University, they will do their utmost to supply those needsg they will no more be satisfied with poor and inadequate equipment on this campus than they would be to have their own children go dressed in rags and tatters. What the University Needs Most By Ray cmfnger, Professor afEnglish Hiazory ' A RIENDS of the Univer- sity of Oklahoma have I 1 often in the past felt the lf necessity of apologizing l' for certain conditions here due to the newness .,., . .... M., 1 of Oklahoma and its University. Time has 23 7' brought about marked improvement and the State and the University are now so much better de- veloped that apologies are no longer necessary except in one respect. The University needs room. It needs now at least two new buildings. Nine hun- dred students today occupy a space little larger than that occupied by six hundred in 1907. Of course, the present Administration Hall is a much better building than its predecessorg the present Engineering building is not to be compared with the wooden shops of 19075 and the Univer- sity equipment, in Science Hall and Library is better in every wayg but the student of today has but two -square feet of floor space or desk room where the student of 1907 had three. R The University needs a building con- taining a suitable auditorium. No one can feel any satisfaction in greeting a distinguished visitor in our present Q is 1 V A . . Mig' ff.. , M, , fr ' ,, , " af" K 1. t ,-.,, 2,45 , . ni ' 'all-' 'V 'P Q54-I"' , Tl-1 A A., 4 .-1.2 .f .V . , -,.. 'rftgit ws' 1- we ' 333241 L- tg, ,?f,vsl jux- E1. 1E'i'H T-lif 'i'?1"', -' ,ts-If :JJ t P5 6. 5 to h ' ft I 4 i l ,F ff", . f"3": ? .. assembly hall. We do not even care to take our friends there and if we all speaking intelligently, as well as effect- AMS fi 5, 'Il decided to go at once without our friends, half of us would have to suffer disappointment. The auditorium would be a great benefit to the School of Fine Arts and the building 'should furnish class room and studios for that school. A beautiful Gothic chapel would seem to be in harmony with the general plan. Let us hope that it will soon be erected. University certainly needs a The larger and additional building devoted to the work in science. The great in- crease in the number of students inter- ested in scientific study demands addi- tional facilities at the earliest possible moment. The need for this building is perhaps greater than for an auditorium. Even if we had these two buildings I should still say that the University's great need is more room, but this would be room to take care of the prospective students of the near future. .ii Public Speaking By Burton F. Tanner, Assistant Professor ofPublic Speaking RESENT necessity de- mands instruction, in the art and science of pub- ' lic speaking, for at no time in the history of the world has earnest- ness upon the platform I I been in such demand. ALMK The increased .intelli- gence of the people, brought about by the modern inventions, the telephone, the Itelegraph, and the up-to-the-minute newspaper, puts the public speaker to a greater disadvantage than ever before. Today a man who addresses the public cannot depend upon mere words or ar- gument to carry him through. He must have intelligence tonyback him up. The University of Oklahoma has r:,, I I, anime u' ' ' f vw II was ' sought to supply this need by establish-' ing a department of public speaking in which students are trained in the art of ively. The work in this department counts toward a bache1or's degree, as does the work in the other departments of the University. Besides giving instruction in public speaking, this department also conducts the preparation of the University debat- ing teams. This has been the means of supplying an effective method for coach- ing the teams which represent the Uni- versity in inter-collegiate debates, as a man especially prepared in the forensic art can do the latter work and also con- duct the courses of study in the depart- ment of public speaking. .l- Young Men's Christian Association By E. K. Wilclxcr, General Secretary Y. M. C. A. W HE YOUNG MEN'S Christian Association at 1 the University of Okla- ' homa is the only reli- gious influence among the men in the Univer- sity. It is organized with the usual officers, all of which are held by students. A general secretary is employed by the advisory committee. This committee is the ulti- mate basis of the local organization. It directs the organization in a broad way, allowing the student officers to attend to the working of the association under the direction of the general secretary. The association stimulates the reli- gious life of the students in a number of ways. A Bible study committee pro- motes Y. M. C. A. Bible classes in the Sunday schools of the city and group classes in the houses where the students live. The social service committee pro- motes social study classes and enlists students in the active work of social service. Mission study classes are or.- ganized by the mission study commit- 4 'gp .'.- z z .. mug ' 37 . I 0' f x A 1' i f . I . ix 1 I , E -rm V I 4 4 . , . 3' -:al 4 Q Fw-mf-wt.-1.11 , Y- 3. .mit -N I.,fl1 1gJ ' ! S A I i YE 1 3 i .J :CI l 4 '- -Elf. 'Z F-I I , QEIMQIIIII I -if f knife ' 1- .gf I '5 4 M- ' I x T51 f , ' . jf ' ' "H , 5. . ' "7 ,rain Whitt! iiiiliftti' M5 e' -bg lug Mmuxliiz- ,mid iiwig ?..IVIIyIl .Imp .173 12.3 Es V , kysly, , - I,I, IW I I, . in weifi . 4 I I , I Ii .. X .I- U- .J.,Z-,gig i V' A " ' i' '-N ' f 1 :iff -Wlitei. i' L, ,-flmgfvsgfv 1. , . , tee. The purpose of the church rela- 3 J tions committee is to recruit for the N ' church by encouraging students to align QOONE 1 x- .- ,. , ,,f', , f' - me ty bi Q ,p My ixX,,1 'f , .. Q-4.4,--f . 1" wif sz-- , -- vfifwiif fi' fini.: i ,ps ifpulrifl- lliiaiiit , Q1 1 ,fi - W 'fl 57512 is hifi? U ' U? if Fv-- .-1 51 we - . .. '1 fig 'Fifa Q57 J -Fr' themselves with one of the, Norman churches. Weekday and Sunday meet' ings of a non-sectarian nature are con- ducted by the religious meetings com- mittee. The association plies all its activities for the purpose of influencing men to accept Christ as a personal Saviour. ..-i ii Student Government TUDENT government at the University of Okla- homa is one year old this spring, and during its one year of existence has made good progress toward gaining complete control of student af- fairs. The student body has not yet become accustomed to hav- ing its affairs regulated by the student council, as this authority has so long rested with those in control of the Uni- versity, but it is gradually coming to see that student control is much more satisfactory than faculty supervision of student affairs. The executive power of the Student Association is vested in the student council, at the head of which is a presi- dent, elected annually by the whole stu- dent body. This council carries out its duties as outlined in the constitution of the association, and brings to a vote those questions upon which the council is not permitted to decide. The necessity for enlarging the pow- ers of the council has already made itself evident because of the numerous unimportant matters which the council cannot decide for itself. Frequent elec- tions upon questions of little interest will bring the association to give the council more power to act in cases when the question before it is not specifically provided for in the constitution. J? J ri is T l' 4 2 H n ,-IU i F' g W'ha,t a stoner, Should Be SOONER should nearly as possible, the University ties demand, what 1' alumni will approve it the student body port. It reaches every: high school in the state with "the compliments' 1 tne university," and the valuable ad- vertising it does in this way makes it necessary that it meet the requirements. of those who' send it. ' To the alumnus the book should be a reiiection of his own college life and cause him to live again those days in which were formed the' ties between him and his Alma Materg to the student it should recall the best there has been in the passing year and serve as a his-' tory of its most important events: to the high school pupils and to all others who chance to examine it, it should give a definite and correct impression of the University and of University life. A Sooner should be exactly what the class publishing it can afford. It should represent neither late hours and ne- glected lessons nor financial embarrass- ment for a part or all of the classy but it should represent the bestefforts, for a reasonable time of every member, and the financial support of the entire school and the alumni. As a literary produc- tion it should be the best the school is capable of putting out, and in attempt- ing to amuse vent should not be given to personal dislikesf Care should be 1 ll l f iliiiiii Ny, iii ' ,Q 4 ,g i :lf taken not to injure innocent parties, but where conditions are such that a jolt from the pen of the joke editor may bet- ter them, let him spare neither words or cartoons. Above all a Sooner should., be a real Sooner, not a Badger or a Cactus. It the sturdy spirit of the renned by the spirit of culture for our University stands. , M , . 4, 38 1 -'i ,. rf -35,1 1.1 ,sa- f -111,1 Qi " i. i ei.l 4 ff. r"'wk 'rf' -5 --HW V. ,. . .V+ f 46, 4 , . M Usd E ,, U 1 . ir? WH if Q J auvmmurhmix K F Qgfw 1 ? "K N S. 1, XZ K xx .. E51 ,A x.,J fx 1 33' f f NM ,-x 1 'X' vii .V 1 Y. 'J N , QW 501454: 1 1 x L L LX4942 4 X NN I ik I I x , 'iw AX 12:22 "K csv- ,..:. 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A, Z4 my . - , M , . f t I 1 X 1 si The Confessions of an l C ., Alumnus - T WAS but two short in years ago or possibly . ,g long years ago, for ' -5-.'ff.-9'5" V 4' sometimes it seems long ,V Z-5yiQf:iil,:.'3'2 7,,?,.. and sometimes short, ggi' that I received the diploma which asserted wi .ff - - that I was a university .15 H - graduate and wended my - ' " way off the campus grounds with the I 'Q intent of accomplishing great things in W a very' short time. J And I had good reasons to believe ' f that the accomplishing of great things ,, was but a matter of routine work. I , 1- was under the impression that because Ag of my superior qualifications over my 5g.t,,,,V fellow men, those who had to leave off their education with the completion of V' ' ff courses in the country and city schools, the attaining of wealth and prominence ,fxfihi would be nothing more than to let those Aim' I about me know of myself. And why "N, should this conception of the future be fy. N1 a wrong one? The diploma which con- V A ferred upon me the degree of bachelor . ' of arts was emphatic in the assertion that I had successfully completed the I K! if , ' ?1rf:f.5fV .z' I -E u , l 'V 29? 'af' k' W ,I .. 4 .wt 'sy fi . "Www fb 'uv fn V x A Q fr ' w a .li fx + I, Q1 ll lv V if i 1 .. N yr ilk mf " , Paw , my 1 ,i f 'Ei' 2,9 '53 f'1f'Q'yn.g: cfxifil' 5 4, "' A -stiff? 4 course as outlined by the faculty. The faculty members themselves and admit- ted this by voting to give me the degree. And, besides, the commencement orator had said in no uncertain terms that I had the edge on the majority of those who were struggling to get a clinching grip upon the ladder of fame. The ora- tor had continued by telling me that when the records were checked up a few years hence my name was expected to be opposite a high average. I had pre- viously heard of those statistics which had proved conclusively that the college graduate had all the best of it when it came to "getting there." These and many more arguments, impossible to be false, had made the future seem to me as that path of roses which is so often me 'ff 40 referred to by the poetically inclined. With these ideas so impressed on my mind my object was to get off the cam- pus as quickly as possible without being approached by some manager or propri- etor who might want my services. I was not yet ready to sell my services to any one.- They were too valuable even to part with a portion of them until a thorough investigation had been made. I felt all the time that I might be tackled, thrown to the ground and forced to submit to the offers of some one who had heard of me. How did I know that I might not be even kid- napped before I could gain a retreat? But fate this time, as I thought then, was kind to me, I escaped unmolested to my home. I breathed easier. Now I was to have a little time :co myself to decide what position I most desired. It is necessary to understand that by of employ- comfortable rather than not looking position I meant a means ment which brought in a income by use of brains physical exertion. I was for a job. I understood a job as being a condition of employment where one is held in a sort of bondage and gets a bare living wage instead of the afore- said income. Days passed and even weeks passed, and yet, try as hard as I could, my future career was still unsolved. Nothing but time, I understood now, would reveal what I was to amount to. But even this realization did not cause me to deviate from the original idea that my services would sell high when I put them on the market. Only one thing worried me. And that was the fact that I had not yet contributed one cent to my support. Here I was a college graduate of some weeks still under the care of the family head. And it was after a flew more weeks of idleness that the idea began to dawn on me that I had made my escape almost too completely from the persuasions of those who might want to employ me. But the idea was but a passing thought. t Y' 1 Q . . .NS ,Q I , . 7 . 1- .1 Q , ,Hg-y. 1' , , ---4. tiff.. 4? F 5 I ,, .tp ,K , , W' f "VY if in ,N v f , . . ', ,N . .. K, X J 'fs H, ... ,ri ,E . M it , New s P. ""'1-X-9 J. , 'L l I l E-L' 1" J X fi-'f P.. I not only contended with myself but convinced myself 'that my seclusion had been so well dev-ised as to prevent the urgent mass of proprietors and man- agers from Finding me. I But time went on and I received no personal solicitations nor letters. For the first time I commenced to look at the situation from a serious standpoint. Was it that the world had not heard of my diploma? Was it that my qualifica- tions were unknown? Or was it that I was just like any other ordinary indi- vidual who had to go out and tell some one about himself? After some hesi- tancy I decided that the latter answer just about iitted the problem. But it certainly was humiliating to be forced to ask for a position after I had seen so many visions of the future in which I, as the center of attraction, was turning a deaf ear to those who wanted me to work for them. Their offers, although good, were not to my liking. I was capable of doing greater things. But the proposition faced me squarely. There was no dodging the same. I had to have a job and have it at once. And after some effort I got a job, not a position, on the editorial staff of a newspaper. Do not misunderstand my connection' with the newspaper on ac- count of my reference to the editorial staff. I was not employed to write the editorials of the paper nor to dictate its policies. But I was allotted a space and a typewriter on the side of the building which was occupied by the editor. And at times I would have con- ferences with him. These conferences, however, came for the most part after I had done something which did not cor- respond to the way the editor would have it done. For instance I might have written a story, ggt several of the important facts wrong, failed to get the names straight or submitted an essay in college fashion rather than a news article. The editor remarked to me one day that college graduates had less sense than any other class of individuals he knew of. Of course he did not mean this literally, but he did mean that col- lege men were practically worthless at the beginning of their career. I am still holding a place on that paper. I do not yet possess either wealth or fame. But I am making my own living, which is something. Besides, for the greater things I had planned, I have had some experience which should do me well. And thus my confession has been made. There is nothing startling or sensational about it as I see things now. Just the things have occurred that could reasonably be expected. The only rea- son they might be worthy of mention is because they were so different than anticipated at first when I was stimu- lated by the feelings of importance which come with the college degree. Organizations -IIT THE University of Oklahoma the modern spirit of organization is , 5 very much alive, as the at Aw multitude of spcieties, clubs and ,select bodies VL' ,fa among us will show. They number almost as 512.51 the sands of the sea, each with a purpose and spirit all its own, and different from the others. Many of them are fostered and cared for by the different departments or schools of the University, others by the University as a whole, and a third class stands strangely aloof from all official- ity. The First class is most numerousg such that only the most important can be mentioned. So diverse are the interests of the College of Arts and Sciences that most flourish under the guidance of its diiferent departments. Teutonia under the department of German, La 4. ., 1 , L "" , -"1-'.'ri ritz, 1' r l 'A , A H. . V, ,pal- - J ..,l fi ' . 1 1 X 1 . v 4 N , ,U 4 I -egi , , g1n,f.,y, HW-ni' , i 'wt ,K .L 'fi' H if lt. I 4 ll NL Y f'o4K l' -we X 1 25221. Fifa? 52 7 txt-,sth S' ' fmtflrt .1 A 'M H hi. W" W wx ww P s 'Ls at 1 I X' W f l 'P I Q' :ii . , ,., 'X .Qi 'DAX 4 X jf' 1 if flpfpjlx yew? ,X N 4 J lQf.1'2g.' , Qi? we-hi .Y '71 . 3' A , K e 5 .gt-asf' M 1 - 2' fa-. I 'ti , r Z, f no fe 1 X' nw . ..., LW ,,,. 'gl flags?-e 4,2 .-1 tflgfty 1 1343.3 ep' 5 'elgqlt-1" ' is Nurs gvg Qt. 6 4 'Y jing if Ui f '1 as '11 ffge-ll-my 6, bi! fi-1 ai A' :Ulf-I W' .4 .fi 'f Nell' I 55' I pig, 5' , fi' fx 'fi " I 1 . " 'ff' f ,iv K qu . V .V . lf ' ' ' 'z A , , 1 , , . . ,. . , N., ' 2 ' .tv , l I N. . r , ' Y 0. 'H' ,. 'fri 1 f' ' ' a,3'sf-V H515 jgql, P, . "IV iff .V . H , . w I . ff , I , f-. JJ I ' Q X ' 3- 1-T. M. .5 X ogg, -'T 4, . H' 1, e ab.- E,-, 3' fa lu 3 'Il-ft v i' Di 5 s1L71"" qi U " W 1 ,f fn ll ltiiis H If flkggf 691 H A y v' 1' AIM: l I if iw ,Q . . Qfdif. .,A , L ..,. avfiffg 3, . ,, A .. ,af 3 fr Us - J, , I YZ, dt 4 '+'f.'fr'116 . 2.14. IW' I 1,92 Causerie under the department of French, Pick and Hammer Club under the department of Geology, Humanist club under the departments of Latin, Greek and English, Business Oppor- tunity Club under the School of Com- merce and Industry, Chemistry Club under the department of Chemistry, Social Science Club under the depart- ment of Sociology, and Press Club under the department of Journalism. Those of the College of Engineering are Architectural Club, Engineers' Club, Edison Club, and the Engineering Corps of the state militia post here. Those looked upon with favor by the Law School are Monnet Club Court, Williams Club Court, Foster Bar, and Sooner Bar. Under the influence of the School of Fine Arts are dramatic clubs, glee clubs, University band and orchestra. And the School of Medicine is represented by the Medics' Club. Those organizations which are influ- enced by the University as a whole are the county clubs, Young Men's and Young Women's Christian Associations, Women's Council, Athletic Associa- tion, and Student Association. Among those which stand apart from all ofiiciality, the influence of the fac- ulty, are the Republican Club, Demo- cratic Club, Progressive Club and So- cialist Clubg in the realm of the mys- terious are the D. D. M. C. and I. M. P. S. The purpose of either of the latter has never been fully brought tc light. The great thing of such a system of organizations is that almost every stu- dent belongs to at least one of them, the average being one student in three organizations, thus bringing him in closer contact with others of kindred interests, and showing the great value of the greatest force in modern methods -co--operation. 42 What Have I Gotten? l N LOOKING back' over my college life and ask- ing myself as a senior, What did I get? I find my theme somewhat re- stricted. If I were given the subject "What I could have gotten," I could point with pride to the catalog and then rehearse the many opportunities that are made patent by the lectures of the High School In- spector and by Erret Newby's beautiful word pictures of University life. But I have failed to get all, even if I had so desired. I have gotten much from my college course, however, that is not listed in the catalog and that the High School In- spector never mentions. At the Univer- sity I have lived in a world of culture, refinement, good fellowship and scholar- ship. As an average college student I feel that in a modest way I have ab- sorbed a little of all. It would be a dull person, indeed, who could touch elbows with culture and relinementlfor four years and not feel arid respond in some measure to their gentle and uplift- ing influences. In the realm of good fellowship I feel that I have gotten much. I con- sider with pridg that I have met and enjoyed the friendship of the best young blood of the state. This opportunity for forming -a state-wide acquaintance and enjoying a close fellowship has been one of the greatest pleasures of my col- lege life. As a student I have, perhaps, nothing to boast of. I have not been a grind and I do not make as good grades now as I did in high school or as an under- classman. Instead I have learned to loaf more and enjoy the fellowship of Vthe bunch." But even I remember some of the things learned in books and the Q. ,f r i l Ii , . , ft algzsfgg ff N752 4'-X weighty deductions of the professors. I I w - , 1-s.K ,. A, L:-1. 1 'I qffua , A Mgr., -A A ,-fn, 151,54 , .. .Q Y, L.. . 1 S- 1.1lgylwf?f1fvfultlitwt' 5 ' L - ' 'I' . w , I it N Q 1 uf "X i.. whiff - X ' 4 1 y '17, w H555 lin' .gl v . ...J I I7 X ts - E 1i'l big X N , lf 1 , -,f lx , .f 1 e 'Q-QQ1 Q ft '- i l I . . . .h have been benefited, however, ten times over, more by merely being here four years than by what I got between the covers of books. All in all, what I got from my college coiirse has been worth a great deal to me. I am not an athlete, but I have enjoyed every athletic contest staged at the University. I have not been a star in the social world, nor did the Molly- coddle stage me as the joke, But I have' gotten much from the social events in which I have participated. I am not the acme of culture and refinement, but I have been much benefited by these in- fluences here. I am not the best student in .the University, nor am I the poorest, yet my application to my studies has not been entirely in vain. I have never been a Y. M. C. A. leader, but I have attended some meetings and have been helped thereby. In a feeble way I have mixed in student activities and have en- joyed some honors at the hands of my fellow students. I have tried to touch and to take something from every phase of student life. What I have gotten from my college course is in full re- payment of everything I put into it. I realize that I could have gotten more. But I shall go out from the University of Oklahoma feeling that the time spent here has been worth much to me. What Have I Gotten? A Senior ' SS THE college year is drawing rapidly to a close the question is asked, "What have you A gotten for your four years spent in the Uni- versity?" I find I have gotten a few facts- that isfa few things that 'I know and can tell how and where I learned them-but I consider it of much more value that I have, in a limited way, learned how to find facts and how if Y to assimilate and use them after they are found. Also, I have made friends, I trust a number in the ordinary sense of the word, but I consider it of more importance that I have made a few real friends, those friends that I understand and by whom I am not afraid of being misunderstood. Then, too, through tak- ing part in student activities and work- ing to gain a living while in school I have learned something of people and of how things are done. These I con- sider are the most important things I have gotten for my four years spent in the University. ' The Barbarian AM perhaps a little dis- inclined to accept the name of barbarian, but 'Z since it has been given I to me by those who are no better able to judge my social status than myself, and since it is not meant in the literal sense of the word, it probably is a bet- ter descriptive word than any other when used to mean those not belonging to a Greek letter fraternity. . That part of University life of which I am a social unit, the part which the fraternity man would term the smallest part, is to me a great big world in itself, offering opportunities which are open to me as well as to those who pride themselves with being Greek letter men. I am not compelled to accept as friends a large number of people who will never be of service to me, or whom I shall never be able to help in any way. I do not have the hard feelings toward any of my fellow students which so often exist between members of different fra- ternities because of unfair methods in rushing or in other inter-fraternity re- lations. V A few I can number as very dear friends to meg friends who are not 5 ' W .mu ' fmt! ,qi LH 97l" "'1! w t ..-.ms ft ,Nl ..,, ,. .3 'nf , ' wr' uv ' n z, " ' 4: YS72 ' tj 5, I X ISU y I 4 1 5 ea fsyyi tiff? . of -,1- I I ly . 'l , '- I 5?- .V ifffeim L jiri-,F 'lri 2 Qi .NN x X H K ,fit IF'-ff wtf if 5 aliee !'r l 1 X ? 2,5 p . s1,f.l:wf . , 1 W'-1. . .tg-Girl '.J Y"tw1tf ws.: 'tu . Z- 4 ' r , "" vs i"fnL'fl" 'I ,,.fw 'J WWTIL5' Lv' ygrflt jeg gi 'J Ai' fafpgfg 'PJ 3 ' .Mfg ,g.,jZ.,5,-f-PA Tw. . , 4. ,'g,K3'3 . ff- .. Nfl-1119!-. it 13 31:75 3-wifes. 'sircjf' tx. , ffm-'wt' N, 1 , V, 'A . -. . 1, -fl, . QiV7l1L,5fi S rg 'NXIL1 f " -.y I' ' ff Q' "' . r if N, A "ty 2' n ffff' wir kliftiifmiia . 5iii:ili'?'--kart, Q, v ,, .1311 ,gl " ,r5.55e. ,.'k'?.,.m,, H., 1 4 ' tj-,:.g ,u 9 , "H-. I In A OUNE . sp.. . rl .Y . . we I -. f 'J N ,rf Y' ' ' if i H fi .g bk" -11' I ' A 'wlr l .513 ' l? - ,ffii ii lk. ii- fi V ,,4 ' . 1 ffl' is 'WD L, gl., Q. Ilizyig.-.1 L Q 1 v' H ti E We .P it 1+ 5. in l 9' ' r 1 -f ll i ni A f m 4, ,Q 1 J l , 1 ww f' kk: H , A 45 g- , ,J f is 2 O i, 1' X 1 fu Y H fi. , " vfi at r 5 E952 ft 4.1 67 1 3 CQ' f -4 "l. 'IP' bound to me by the fallacious tie of the fraternity oath, but because they 566 the good qualities in me and in Wh0m I have found those qualities whiCh bind us together stronger than the temporary bond of the fraternity. When my school days are over these friends will be to me the same as they are now? Hof friendly with me because of any par- ticular good I can do them, or that they expect me to help them bear the burden of their life in after yearsg but friendly because of the natural bond of friend- ship which exists between those of like interests and like desires. After I have graduated I shall not be compelled to carry along any of my friends because they were in the same fraternity with me, as is often the case with fraternity men. I do not grudge the fraternity man his position, for I have now no desire to What my become a Greek letter man. desires at the beginning of my college career may have been have not turned to resentment because I did not "make" a fraternity. After seeing the results of fraternity life for three years I am now heartily thankful that I was for- tunate enough in being overlooked by the fraternities in my freshman year. And there are men in the fraternities who have taken an interest in me, and have seen lit not to snub me because I am a "barb," These men have not been drawn close enough to me to be called friends, but close enough to show me that a few are in fraternities which have not had the natural side of their life destroyed or covered up by the ridiculous idea that their position is above that of the non-fraternity man. There is a pleasure in the pathless F usserst , i N OKLAI-IOMA,' Illinois, there are kinds of lady l The first kind is ' "Regular Fusser," second is the "Lady Fusser with a Girl at Home," and the last is the "One Girl Man." All others who have tried lady fussing and have failed are "green peas," and have given up all rights. They have failed in the gentle art and hence do not de- serve any title. Oklahoma University is either blessed or cursed with the Regular Fussers, for they are in abundance. Each fraternity has those which are specialized in the regular line. The Regular Fusser is known the instant he is seen. He is commonly found on the front porches of the sorority houses in the afternoons, or slowly strolling toward the bleachers with some fair Jane, only to see him- going in the same direction the next afternoon with another, and to each one he peddles the same line. At open houses they Hock in droves, and during the rushing season they are seen in the front ranks. According to Lombroso their chief characteristics are a fond- ness for clothes, and they always herald the newest styles. They have an abnormal fondness for society, as is demonstrated by their conversations in their respective houses. These Regular Fussers are ranked mostly in the lower classes. They stand in well with the freshmen and some upper classmen. ' In the early part of each season they are found trying out for the team but later on they are found in the bleachers. One of the highest points in their ambition' g li .uw . , , m ,wg A, .x A .bv gl. woods, is to be invited to the sorority dances Hl',?yf2.?EE' There is a rapture on the lonely shore, Or to the Women's Pan-Hellenic. In kf5'.f'v, -7 There is society where none intrudes, general student activities they make no, Wg 1: By the deep Sea, and music in its roar. great mark of distinction, and their. -Byron. names are never found on the rolls 'ffix V J: 44 5-'M "cr - f ' ,gif J Qff ,12.:.g:'QZ I , N lit. , n 3, ,L Q.-q, .fffizew ,, .F .1 - fy I wr Y I l J 2 f,fQyej g. 4HM , ff V55 I L rv 11, fL'V1'i-rg . .-51H'Yl, " -a 1 4, '. , it F. ., ,.,,,lv,.. I ,u """"fPuvd the Pe-et-.' The Regular Fusser is some-' thing the sorority girl cannot do with- out but which does not command her highest respect., 'The Fusser with the Girlat Home comes next. This type is not popular with the girls if the truth is known on him. As long as he can keep things on the quiet about the 'girl at home he is in about the same class with the Reg- ular Fusser. Some of these fellowsg however, in justice to them, do not take a very great part in social affairs and go about like some confirmed old mar- ried men. This type is usually more often seen on the front porch of his fraternity house waiting for the post- man, than on the front porch of a sor- ority house talking to a fair one. At nights he is found in the library, or in his room writing large four-cent letters home or to some boarding school. They do the tango with the co-eds at the house dances and hops, but appear at the annual in Oklahoma City or at the Pan-Hellenic with the girl from home. Socially speaking this class is hypocrit- ical. Now comes to our notice the One Girl Man. He should be pitied most of all. With the opportunity of becom- ing a well-rounded man he has become a one-sided machine. He has a far- away gaze on his face. In student affairs he is a nonentity. His sphere is limited. On pleasant afternoons he is seen with his lady love slowly winding their way from the University on down some shady walk. In the mornings he is seen hanging around some class room door or down at the front of the Admin- istration building waiting for Her to come out, and late at night their dim outline can be seen wending its way from the library. This poor man is un- fortunate for his whole mentality is crippled. as 'QIQ 1,5- 'Q fl 17 G? J The Treasure Fleet I sent my argosies afar Before the breeze: I set their course by one lone star, Across the seas. Oh, did they reach that haven sweet, Beneath the star? Then whence this wreckage at my feet, This broken spar? , . -L. Brooke. - xp I fl i i .N 5 A QSQ' , 4 'Q at j i w as 1. a ' j. ',i5,.1gE7,,, ' ,:123g-,-Mtv 1-if, ' 1 -ff w.-M1 .1-w -,rQ.53'- 'r-t-,g,,g.- . , . LL' 'E' cl tn i' xi .Alot - if J .J . 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T . 9 U braternnnes Pro Con N AYEARS to come I ex- AM an altruist in its pect my dearest associa- largest meaning. I de- ., ' tions of college life to sire to give my very best I' 6 center about connections 5' to society as a whole, it j 'E with my fraternity. 'l,, W' and find my greatest Here have been life-long happiness in so doing. friends-friends who are, In order to do this most not tied to me merely effectively I find it ex- by the verbal obligations pedient to remain out- which it was necessary for -them to make'in order to become a member of the fraternity, but friends by reason of close communion of ideas, opinions and cdniidences for a number of years. I will forget some of these fraternity brothers, and be forgotten by some of them, but the greater number will be with me all my life. We hear a great deal of talk about the evils of the fraternity. This, of course, comes from men who are not members of one. Let us not say "sour grapes," for there is much serious objection to the system from people who are too broad-minded to be prompted to speak from such a motive. But I do think that this objection comes from a mis- conception of the great fundamental good derived from the college frater- nity, namely, that of drawing together men of like interests in a manner impos- sible of accomplishment by any other means. That this feature is most desir- able cannot be denied, and that this is the most important principal of the fra- ternity system is a fact. I am sorry that every man in college cannot have this privilege-that of be- ing grouped closely with men like him in their 'desires--but to abandon the whole idea because only a part is bene- iited, while the remaining portion is not injured, would be foolish. x side of all brotherhoods, and partic- ularly college fraternities. I do not object to the college frater- nity for the specific reasons commonly heard. ' I am sure fraternities neither encourage nor harbor vice. In contrast to the familiar statement that a man is injured by the evil associations of his fraternity, I have no doubt.that he is much benefited by his association with that life. I account it an advantage to be a fraternity man, yet a selfish advan- tage. I want no one to call me a friend merely because he feels that I "would do anything in the world" for him. There is no real friendship based alone upon such a reason. Yet the one real argument in favor of the fraternity is that it assists in mutual co-pperation. Friends are not made during the short interim of rushing season. Men are taken in because they are expected to "help the fraternity." Every man in the group who "does nothing for the fra- ternity" is despised by his brothers. This is not friendshipg this is merely a desire on the part of each individual to be helped by the group, or really, by each other individual in the group. The whole idea is based upon selfishness. ,NX ,fur - -i 3.5041 549144 ,y t s, ,N , . . --,l 4 +2 'tt-'. - 'il xg ' f'ljf.'4: i 3 I figs N, ,f , X- l if-A Aw ,I I fn j r--'vi,x!5,jX-3. 2 ,Q-' . 1' if li W4 Xxx' 4, lux , 1 Af 'J Q J fl li ff' -N ,-1--f 1, - : Tl ' - ,. 1',f.-- ,R L.. ,-s.e. -1- I K I K- .- L D y gy lLmg.i.'. 7 f s x gi X, if-.2 l ' . . 41.12 , , . ' ,,bg,-- W ., f N IW, , Xf- if 'Tai We . -gel., 5 ,I .tt -at 3,513 til A1 - M5175 1,--5 l p ' jg, fc'-img K-aff ij" 'Y .- 5' 'iirsrf 954311 v.'v . Lflzifl "' Jw X Y ,ik . , , v -i xi Zicifqs W lar l' F 1-' 'w N I wiiifi iv? Aff' if 'Jai'-' . agein- vlivi i , 4 M15 , H -,xx , . A ., V - X , 5 X K LQ ,N eg 4 X :'L ' N3 ,fiw--IWW W -V x 5 v 5ooNER? L X . ,-.aE,"7P!,,4 L, Q , If s , 5 ,., "1 I Q? ULN IJ-XQUEJ' LlfILj3i".I9i' Wxff X-4, ,eva - BUCHANAN f - -. 1' f y s ,Qi ,XM ,-,.4,7.v- omfw MORGAN U , l Qp 135:31 ' 'QM Z ,life 5- ,1 A- 3: If . aff .13 .7 'Q .. , .,,. 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' ' ' 'Q2i.f:+fs51:f,,fQf, ,,,,5,bLy4f, ,,-,Q f wav f, m f if ' 'QA 1 M1-- N ffl - V A ..A z A , L s1 , lf. ' W 'r,f.vQ,,-A'wi1fiff-WF' 4 ' 'W . . - zlf lgfx- :I,.-j ' , 1 .9-'-F-LNMNIMH Faculty of the Schools and Colleges of the University of Oklahoma g President, Vice-President and Deans I 14 1 Q 3 1521! ' fwn' . fl 1. ..+ .ii A . for 1 , 3 STRATTON DULUTH BROOKS, A. B., Michigan, 18965 A. M., Harvard, 19045 LL. D., Colby, 1912. President of the University. EDWIN DE BARR, B. -S., Michigan Agricultural College, 18913 M. S., 1893, Ph. B., Michigan, .1892g Ph. D., 1899. Vice-President of the University, Director of the School of Chemical Engineering, Professor of Chemistry. JAMES SHANNON BUCHANAN, B. S., Cumberland University, 1885. Dean of the , College of Arts and Sciences, Professor of History. ALBERT HEALD VAN VLEET, B. S., Wisconsin, 18953 M. A., Ph. D., Leipzig, 1897. Dean of the Graduate School, Professor of Biology. JAMES HUSTON FELGAR, A. B., Kansas, 19019 B. S., Armour Institute of Tech- nology, 19055 M. E., 1911. Dean of the College of Engineering, Professor of Mechanical Engineering. ' FREDRIK HOLMBERG, B. M., Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kan., 1899. Dean of the School of Fine Arts, Professor of Music. IULIEN CHARLES MONNET, A. B., Iowa, 1892, LL. B., 18935 A. M., 1905, LL. B., Harvard, 1908. Dean of the School of Law, Professor of Law. CURTIS RICHARD DAY, M.-D., St. Louis University, 18915 Ph. C., Ohio Institute , of Pharmacy, 1906. Dean of the School of Medicine. CHARLES HOWARD STOCKING, Ph. C., Michigan, 19079 B. S., Michigan, 1909. Dean of the School of Pharmacy, Professor of Pharmacy. Professors and Associate Professors JOSEPH FRANCIS PAXTON, A. B., Missouri, 18913 A. M. Harvard, 1895. Pro- fessor of Greek and Classical Archaeology. ROY GITTINGER, B. A., Oklahoma, 19025 A. M., Chicago, 1906. Professor of English History. V JAMES WELLINGS .STURGIS, A. B., Michigan, 1896, A. M., 18975 Ph. D., 1910. Professor of Latin. - SAMUEL WATSON REAVES, B. S., South Carolina Military Academy, 18955 B. S., North Carolina, 18995 A. B., Cornell, 1900, A. M., Chicago, 1912. Professor of Mathematics. ' SARDIS ROY HADSELL, B. A., Oklahoma, 19049 A. M., Harvard, 1907. Professor , 'of the English Language. 451 'J r fl fill ie -WM: A H2352 .. . fy-imp. ffl ., Wk . E-gig, 'fl'-f ' l' l 'Y 1 1. ', ,L '.-. -'flm'-QW' J . ma Q, gf, 4. 7- w ,- ,'.., f ur .rn J F f-,wvgff-s.',,.,1.,,4i . ,V 'M f . ., I .I ' In ,g is , . fl ,fa '13 . ,Q 5 Yea AN' C r. 4 of. tn lj viii 1 Y' il," 9,- il R F... R, rev ,fy ' 3' 5:11 tag f 5 PP Evil, , . fl X T' .1 k I' Ellljsu ,,.?g.5m?-,aaft 21.2.2 A . ml 'Wm . Ai 'hx1'a"a'ifmAnb3mnKsA'rl?hcfam.5 sayin. Vw H . 1-i1.'fsw? w .1111 1-as 'f i5+gi.q1rL5J'2f4iiivf'51S'i?A-'1f:W.PQ zrsl W lg 4 . . i' 4.122411 . -W . .. - ,. 5 va .55 W1 QQUNE I A ' A 515,33 eff. .XX XX i A .'Q'e"f-.f2"" 'V vi' ' . 1 .L V 'I XFXPN. l if '55 R741 E35 011965 gl- 1 1 3 'Y f' Q 6' .fm X- ...J 313 . -x Q Ex ,, . i+:,',5., . -13:-., - .: ' Y' , ,ifixrasevt '. ,f:1ir.2. ,faq ., .wifi .,,...5 11175325 T 2 4- . ill . MAJ ': ' . 1 ,, V, , . . H 1 I, . A it . y .1 N ' 'V w 1. if . 1 E' 'fry . Vx '.z. ' 1 f ,r L 1. '21 iii. ' fl' f 1 f .. I .3 FV 1 . ap?" 1 1 .1 as " , . .I JA. V. IL4f'A"' 'M ' i,"'5" i1 5 I eff H fi! 4:4 yn 50 GUY YANDALL WILLIAMS, B. A., Oklahoma, 1905, M. A., 1910, M. 1911, Ph. D., Illinois, 1913. Associate Professor of Chemistry! H HENRY HIGGINS LANE, Ph. B., DePauw, 1899, M. A., Indiana, 1903. Zoology. JEROME DOWD, B. A., Trinity College, North Carolina, 1882, M. A., 1896. Difeca tor of the School of Commerce and Industry, Professor of Sociology and Ecog nomics. V - ' THEODORE HAMPTON BREWER, B. A., Vanderbilt, 1896, M. A., 1907. Director of the School of Journalism, Professor of English Literature. - LUCILE DORA, A. B., Christian College, 1898, M. A., Hellmuth College, London, Ontario, 1901. Professor of the Romance Languages and Literatures. WALTER LEANDER CAPSHAW, M. D., St. Louis University, 1907. Professor of Anatomy. LOUIS ALVIN TURLEY, B. S., Idaho, 1903, A. M., Harvard, 1906. Professor of Histology and Pathology. MONROE ALLEN FLOYD, B. S. D., State Normal School, Warrenrsburg, Missouri, 1895, B. S., A. B., Missouri, 1905. Associate Professor of History. , JOHN WILLIAM RILEY, M. D., University of Buffalo, 1901. Associate Professor of Surgery. HORACE REED, M. D., Missouri, 1901. Associate Professor of Surgery. STEPHEN MELVIL BARRETT, B. S., Drury, 1904, A. M., 1909. Professor of Education. HENRY HUBBARD FOSTER, A. B., Cornell, 1899, LL. B., Harvard, 1908. Pro- fessor of Law. ICH-N BEGG CHEADLE, A. B., Kansas, 1898, LL. B., 1902. Professor of Law, VICTOR HENRY KULP, Ph. B., Chicago, 1905, J. D., 1908. Professor of Law. JOHN ALLEY, A. B., Kingfisher College, 1902, A. B., Harvard, 1908. Professor of Political Science. - ' Roy TEMPLE HOUSE, A. B., Miami, 1900, A. M., 1903. Professor of the Germanic Languages and Literatures. FREDERICK CHARLES KENT, B. S., Michigan, 1894. Associate Professorof Mathematics. V -. JOHN ARCHER HATCHETT, M. D., Missouri Medical College, St. Louis, 1884. , Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology. , i , ,JAMES IRWIN TUCKER, B. S., Tufts, 1901, LL. B., Boston Evening Law Schoolf 1909 Director of the School of Civil Engineerin Professor of Civil En i 3 g, . g - neering. I D ' IRVING PERRINE, A. B., Cornell, 1907, A. M., 1911, Ph. D., 1912. Professor off! Stratigraphic Geology and Paleontology. Q . I .- 'il-f LI' ,rfb Q. if -5. .K , t ,T-I 'E x 2 r e -INCOLN BLESH M. D., Northwestern, 1889. Associate Professor of 'LAUREN HAYNES BUXTON, M. D., Vermont, 18845 LL. D., Central University, - b Pella, Iowa, 1907. -Professor of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases, Attend- 'ing Physician, Dispensary Staff. 4 JOHN CHESTER DARLING, B. A., Oklahoma, 19063 M. S., 1908, M. D., North- ' western, 1912. Physical Director, with rank of Associate Professor. HAROLD VEATCH BOZELL, B. S., Kansas, 1908. Director of the School of Elec- trical Engineering, Professor of Electrical Engineering. JOHNAHENRY VOSS, A. B., Nebraska, 1902, M. A., Oklahoma, 1911. Associate Professor of German. ' HERBERT NBANCROFT DWIGHT, B. S., Colorado, 1904. Professor of Mechanics. CHARLES HENRY TAYLOR, B. S., Chicago, 19073 M. S., 1909. Director of the School of Mining Geology, Professor of Geology. WILLIAM PETER HASEMAN, A. B., Indiana, 1903g A. M., 1904g Ph. D., Pennsyl-I vania, 1907. Professor of Physics. ERRETT RAINS NEWBY, B. M., Oklahoma, 19079 B. A., 1908. Secretary, Regis- trar, with rank of Professor. ' ARCHA KELLY WEST, LM. D., Memphis Hospital Medical College, 1894. Professor of Medicine. WILLIAM JAMES JOLLY, M. D., Medical College of South Carolina, 1882. Pro- fessor of Surgery. ROBERT MAYBURN HOWARD, M. D., Michigan, 1901. Associate Professor of -- Surgery. EDMUND SHEPPARD FERGUSON, M. D., Detroit College of Medic.ine,,1895. Professor of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Diseases, Attending Physician, Dis- pensary Staff. ' GAYFREE ELLISON, B. S., Bethany College, 18983 M. D., Rush Medical College, 1903. Professor of Bacteriology. ANDREW CLARKSON PARSONS, A. B., Nebraska, 1903. Professor of Secondary Education, High School Inspector. WARREN WAVERLEY PHELAN, A. B., Columbia, 1894, A. M. 1896, Ph. D., . George Washington University, 1905. Director of the School of Education, Professor of Psychology and Education. ' WARREN ABNER SEAVEY, A. B., Harvard, 19029 LL. B., 1904. Professor of Law. EDWARD FRANCIS DAVIS, M. D., Miami Medical College, University of Cin? . cinnati 1902. Associate Professor of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Diseases, ' i Attending Physician, Dispensary Staff. ,EVA ELLSWORTH' DUNGAN, Graduate in Piano, Cornell College, Iowa. Asso- ' , ciate Professor of Piano and Public School Music. ' 1'-xx . . , ls , . , 4 .1 ,I 5 if ii-i :ff - gs, f , - 4. . es. if 5 Y ? .'i.i-,.-,QE ..,- '. ' xr--, V. ff. Y --fs 1 if is Q . I 2,.'5-5.4.5. .. in 4- . WI li . N 'X X E xx! xx i 2 Nj R 1 .51 - ag .1 1 Hi? ' sf" - 4 'f"'n-if ,sir ' 1 W , ' l ll. A I 'i W .. . :sig -rmgff sf, , ' Y, :- y .,?-:A ff' 1 3. ,,.. , 1,2 'NN , . ,fri If ,- ll, ,ill 1111, I, if-. ' yzffl gf, ' A 4 5 'm ' . 4. "1" I 'fic Q .1-T -5,-ijwesaf 9 S -' -..-.5 . FN., VH ' U--.f-. "lx".E" f.Q,!.:, ,J ? 'fi M37 lg? HQ? 31. its Siislxa A: - QV! M7512 it Wy? "T 'a' rf- .',- 'M' 1 Q5 A gg 47 Qiaxy lf: WE x,,, 1 it . ...iz .., 1, fe' ,f 1. G SQUNERQ X1 yi 1 ,'f.5,fiff'1. ' 77' ' .1 ', gg, 1. 9. r 'ff'2i1i9i'.'-5' "1 -ff, 1' 1 7 A ,. ',, ..,, ,W I 1-X., Mtg, -::.-f-PM . KSN VX., 'Hn' 41 X w 0 M K0 Mx. J ' ,, I 1 Cf 'W 1 r,' 2'-,i x X 1 1 1," 'IVNJ . 4 Q NX. - 4, lj 511- 5 y ' V, 'n?- QI, 11, -C " fi: 4 'E ' .. .' -1' ro . .. . , , fx ' :gf ,P ,.vv if f w V- , 1 , 0416 I ,,,,I 5 5. .t CHARLES FRANCOIS GIARD, Graduate New England Conservatory 1905. Associate Professor of Piano and Theory of Music. JOHN SMITH HARTFORD, M. D., Kansas City Medical College, 1901. Professor of Gynecol0gy, Chief of Dispensary Staff, and Attending gist. , .I , GEORGE ALTHOUSE LA MOTTE, B. L., Missouri Valley College, Marshall, Mo., 18973 M. D., Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, 1901. Associate Pro- fessor of Medicine. , LEWIS JEFFERSON MOORMAN, B. S., Georgetown College, Kentucky, 1898: M. D., Hospital College of Medicine fCentral Universityj, Louisville, Ken- tucky, l901. Associate Professor of Medicine. ' LEONARD BLAINE NICE, Ph. B., Ohio, 19089 Ph. D., Clark, 1911. Professor of Physiology. . LEA ARMISTEAD RIELY, A. B., Hanover College, Indiana, l895g M. D., Univer- sity of Louisville, 18985 A. M., Hanover College, 1901. Associate Professor of Medicine. ANGELO C. SCOTT, A. B., Kansas, 18779 A. M., 18803 LL. B., LL. M., Columbia, 1885. Director of Extension Lectures, University Extension, with rank of Professor. JOSEPH WHITEFIELD SCROGGS, A. B., Lafayette, 1875, D. D., Washburn, 1902g A. M. Lafayette, 1910. Director of the Department of Public Information and Welfare, University Extension, with rank of Professor. HARRY COULTER TODD, B. A., Acadia College, Canada, 18975 M. D., Bowdoin, 1900, M. A., Acadia College, Canada, 1907. Associate Professor of Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Diseases, Attending Physician, Dispensary Staff. ANTONIO DE BORD YOUNG, M. D., Barnes Medical College, St. Louis, 1895. Associate Professor of Nervous and Mental Diseases. Assistant Professors H JESSE LEE RADER, B. A., Oklahoma, 1908. Librarian, with rank of Assistant Pro- fessor. ' LLOYD BURGESS CURTIS, B. S., Oklahoma, 19085 B. S., in Electrical Engineering, 1910. Assistant Professor of Spanish, Band Instructor. ROBERT PEYTON CALVERT, B. A., Oklahoma, 1909, M. A., 19105 M. S., Chicago, 1911. Assistant Professor of Chemistry. . LOVUISXIA BROOKE, B. A., Vassar, 1907. Assistant Professor of English, Advisertof omen. HOWARD STORM BROWNE, B. A., Oklahoma, 19115 Ph. C., 19123 M. 'S., 1913. Assistant Professor of Pharmacy. ,g ARTHUR BARTO ADAMS, A. B., South Carolina, 1910g M. A., Columbia, 1912. Assistant Professor of Economics. ' J l' al 4 'iii Jfitir 'f -cv AITKENHEAD, B. S., Purdue, 1902, M. A., Oklahoma, 1913. Assistant of Mechanical Engineering WILLIAM RICHARD BEVAN, M. D., St. Louis University, 1906. Assistant Pro- fessor of Obstetrics. SAMUEL ROBERT CUNNINGHAM, M. D., Medical College of Indiana, Indian- ' apolis, 1899. Assistant Professor of Gynecology, Attending Gynecologist, Dis- pensary Staff. RICHARD LELAND FOSTER, A. B., Hartford College, 18913 A. M., 18973 M. D., Hospital Medical College, Louisville, Kentucky, 1900. Assistant Professor of Medicine. PATRICIO GIMENO, B. A., Academy of Art, Valencia, Spain, 1883, Assistant Pro- fessor of Art, Instructor in Italian. , CHARLES EARNEST HAMNER, M. D., Tulane University, 1911. Assistant Pro- ,fessor of Bacteriology. ROBERT LORD HULL, A. B., Bowdoin, 18979 M. D., Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, 1902. Assistant Professor of Orthopedic Surgery. JOHN FREDERICK KUHN, Ph. G., Illinois, 18939 M. D., Georgetown University, 1901. Assistant Professor of Surgery. EVERETT SAMUEL LAIN, M. D., Vanderbilt, 1900. Assistant Professor of Elec- tro-Therapy and Radiography. ' ROBERT ELMORE LOONEY, M. D., University of Nashville, 1902. Assistant Professor of Obstetrics. JOSEPH THOMAS MARTIN, A. B., St. Mary's College, Kansas, 19035 A. M., 19065 M. D., St. Louis University, 1907. Assistant Professor of Children's Diseases, - Attending Pediatrist, Dispensary Staff. JOSEPH FIFE MESSENBAUGH, M. D., Missouri Medical College, St. Louis, 1898. Assistant Professor of Children's Diseases. LESTER WILLIAM WALLACE MORROW, M. E., Cornell, 1911. Assistant Pro- fessor of Electrical Engineering. EDGAR ELMER RICE, A. B., American Normal College, Logansport, Ind., 18919 M. D., Hospital College of Medicine Qnow University of Louisvilley, Kentucky, 1896. Assistant Professor of Gynecology. MILLINGTON SMITH, M. D., Missouri Medical College, St. Louis, 1881. Assistant Professor of Surgery. RALPH VERNON SMITH, M. D., Washington University, St. Louis, 1898. Assist- ant Professor of Surgery. FRANK 'BRUNER SORGATZ, M. Di, Northwestern, 1907. Assistant Professor of Medicine, Attending Physician, Dispensary Staff. BURTON FRANK TANNER, B. L., Dakota Wesleyan University, 19083 Graduate ' Cumnock School of Oratory, Northwestern University, 1912. Assistant Pro- " in T fessor of Public Speaking. '.,. 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'lf . .:'j" -1 I Soorus p6Q if Ex XX' X...z A:-ffm gf! .sf FRN ,-,V . i 4.1" it , ' fu-vii' ' - lair Q 1" S,'f1-g,P"-" .N as-ffl 7 K1 ' " 'icff ' ' fi !V5f':6'ff- 9,3 ai WILLIAM MERRITT TAYLOR B S Kentucky Wesleyan Ky 1894 M D University and Bellevue Hospital Medical City 1898 Assistant Professor of Children s Diseases CURT OTTO VON WEDEL Jr M D University and Bellevue Hospital Medical College New York 1907 Assistant Professor of Surgery Attending Surgeon Dispensary Staff LEIGH FESTUS WATSON Ph G Virginia School of Pharmacy 1902 M D Medical College of Virginia 1906 Assistant Professor of Surgery ARTHUR WEAVER WHITE B A Monmouth College 1898 M D Rush Medical College 1902 A M Monmouth College 1908 Assistant Professor Of Medicine ARTHUR ANDERSON WILL M D Albany Medical College 1900 Assistant Pro fessor of Rectal Surgery Instructors BENJAMIN GILBERT OWEN Assistant Director of Physical Training and Coach with rank of Instructor JOHN MOSBY ALFORD M D Tulane 1895 Anaesthetlst University Hospital with rank of Instructor ANNETTE BOURBON COWLES R N Superintendent of the Hospital with rank of Instructor IEWIS SPENCER SALTER B M Oklahoma 1912 Instructor in Plano and Theory of Music BLOYD JACKSON BOLEND Ph. C. University of Oklahoma 1901' M. D. College of Physicians and Surgeons St. Louis 1906. Attending Pediatrist Dispensary Staff with rank of Instructor. - RFX GEORGE BOLEND B. S. University of Illinois 1909- M. D. University of St. Louis 1911. Attending Physician Dispensary Staff, with rank of Instructor. THOMAS CRAIG BURNS M. D. Union College Albany New York 1908. Instructor in Nervous Diseases Attending Physician Dispensary Staff. CHARLES DUNCAN FERGUSON M. D. University of Toronto, Canada 1901. Attending Physician Department of Eye Ear Nose and Throat Diseases Dis- pensary Staff with rank of Instructor. WILLIAM ALONZO FOWLER L. I. Peabody College for Teachers Nashville Tennessee 1905' M. D. University of Nashville 1908. Attending Physician ,Department of Obstetrics Dispensary Staff Director of the Out-Patient Department with rank of Instructor. ANDREW MERRIMAN YOUNG M. D. Vanderbilt, 1909. Attending Physician Dispensary Staff, with rank of Instructor. " ' 1 MARTHA EGGLESTON ZIMMERMAN, R. N. fAssistant Superintendent qi the Hospital, with rank of Instructor. ' ' , , Jw..- is ENR Q L as - ,ffm-Ffa: mn 11 vu' 'NELSON MORGAN' B. A. North Carolina, 1912. Instructor in EARLE SELLERS PORTER, B. A., Oklahoma, 19113 M. A., 1912. Instructor in V ' ' Chemistry. . AGNES MARY BERRIGAN, B. A., M. A., Oklahoma, 1913. Assistant in Depart- 1' l ment of University Extension, with rank of Instructor. CYRIL ELBERT CLYMER, M. D., St. Louis, 1910. Attending Surgeon. Dispensary Staif, with rank of Instructor. . CASRIEL FISHMAN, Ph. C., Michigan, 19023 B. S., 19063 M. D., Rush Medical College, Chicago, 1908. Instructor in Clinical Microscopy. NELLIE MAY MCGINLEY, Graduate, Art Department Ursuline Academy. Cleve- land, Ohio, 1911. Instructor in China Painting. KENNETH 'POTTER MONROE, B. S., Chicago, 1913. Instructor in Chemistry. RACHEL REVELL, Ph. B., Iowa State College, Grinnell, Iowa, 19045 Graduate of Sargent's School for Physical Education, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1907. -Instructor in Physical Training. GEORGE FREDERICK WILLIAM SCHMIDT, B. M., Oklahoma, 1912. Instructor in Voice. JOSEPH BRADFIELD THOBURN, B. S., Kansas Agricultural College, 1893. Instructor in History. . FRANK LLOYD WEAVER, B. C. E., Michigan, 1913. Instructor in Civil Engi- neering. HAROLD HARVEY HERBERT, A. B., Illinois, 1912. Instructor in English and Journalism. V . Special Lecturers and Special Directors . ROBERT LEE' WILLIAMS, A. M., LL. D., Justice of the Supreme Cou-rt. Lecturer A on the Oklahoma Constitution. SAMUEL W. HAYES, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. Lecturer on Legal Ethics. - HENRY MARSHALL FURMAN, Justice of the Criminal Court of Appeals. Q Lecturer on Criminal Jurisprudence. i CHARLES B. AMES, A. B., LL. B., Ex-Supreme Court Commissioner. Lecturer in ' School of Law. MALCOLM E. ROSSER, LL. B., Supreme Court Commissioner. Lecturer in School of Law. ' li 4 y ,M -. 1'- ,-imgfygt-7, 5,1121 ", V Q, , F ,,...q-:fl K ., , .. J 12,56 4 'Q r-. .,,., .gy .. 1 :git-.k 's.L':4l.-A1 ', I it Hi I L i .. ge- , Y fi .1 ' 1' ,I , wt 9 . " x.j V it if , 515' XX...-as-1' ., It 1 ' -- x " -1.4. QQ, 1 fix I 'X ,X , , I Aft .1 ' .ve ,f PI' 1 " .J QQ I -azffly-V . EQ' X in 1 ' f 1 f. A I , an 1' f cv ic wm gff L X ' ,xl Q EJ Ml1,r fl f 31il+i'iMf'1' it .ggi ,gagirn 33:4 . .. .,.m,,x gl JWILIAM ROBINSONJMOLINARD, E. E., Johns Hopkins, 1893. Lecturer in 7 Electrical Engineering. "'1'Q,3Q5?iiQ'7 . . . . Q.. ,I A ' STUART 'A. COURTIS, Consulting Director of the Department of Measurement, ,-rgmfi ' 7 ' Efficiency and Standardization, School of Education. 151:21-it' I t avrvrmu. sewers t 4 lil- Kali' gg' ' ' , . Jw, ,Wg , . 1 .A JJ J-3,25 V A ,I pr F 1 ' 11 183' I Fellowships and Scholarships RANSEL EUGENE ANDREW, A. B., omahoma, 1913. Fellowship DAVID ELLERY RENSHAW. Fellowship in Electrical Engineering. FRANKLIN KIMES, B. S., Tri-State Collegeg LL. B., Indianag B. Fellowship in Education. EDGAR WAYNE FIELDING. Scholarship in Chemistry. A ADDIE MALOY. Scholarship in Physics? . . DAVID HOGAN MARKHAM. Scholarship in Chemistry. ' I CLARENCE VAN BUREN NICHOLS. Scholarship in Pharmacy. HERBERT VICTOR LOUIS SAPPER. Scholarshipiin Pathology. LUTHER HERMAN VVHITE. Scholarship in Geoiogy. x 0 .1 ' V 5 . 5 I 1 .Ax R I 1 ,, 4 ,YQ K 'VN 1,5 'iz s . 4+ , ,, ,fm-63W ,x . , ,, Y J X, , , Z' a-f ' - 7 ,wr 'UL 4, , ' g . 1 v,. 1 4. ,"' ' u Q If . , G CONTENTS Who's Who 1914 W'ho,s Who 1915 Senior Class Junior Class' Sophomore Ciass Freshmen Classes ,FA El -57 Two Pages One Page Twenty-one Pages Twenty-one Pages Five Pages Eight Pages If-lwbkiqi .srfg-weep v Y 'A x X 1 , 4 M3 232 f '95 . .- 1 4, Y '7 3 V ff' ' ' Q 1. ' 'vi j'.fm N,1w- .u - 'L 1? iff-I'af,, -W". 3 ' xy- or - AQ, J. - ,, 5 .4-19135334 HL.. .42.'S'i'- Q s wha? ,Q,','555,f':f? V ' Q-eww Vi' -- ' 1 ig Ffff 'E if . . -1, .Z-,W 5 1:-X 'wif I.. 5: 1 1 ,rgk . 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Boswell President Forum' Democratic Club' Chair man Speakers' Bureau RUTH AUGHINBAUGH H B CIP Arts and Science ...... Indianapolis, Ind. 1 FRITZ AURIN Arts and Science ............ Tecumseh Pe-Etg Senateg Pick and Hammer Clubg Class Football 60 , M illi? A . ' Ea -f 1 1:7 LM 7: , ' ..?.lEE...Lv ,E ifzvgw,-mil ew L- A al' s Q 1 lf 9 if. r I , I 'X JUA4' X ,,,. W .5 V -nv H ' JN ,wg X, ul 'lf x Xi if 'if ' if x ' 4, .L 'X ri f.. E '35 F ni i '1 iff ,g?i.5'- 1 , GW? Kin: 455555. 'Z i ? Q ,I Q AVIS CAROLINE BARBOUR E T Q Arts and Science .............. Prague Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Zetalethiang Human- ist Clubg Campfire THEODORE ELB RIDGE BARTLETT Arts and Science .,............. Norman Social Science Club ORVAL M. BASSETT Arts and Science ..,............ Granite Orchestrag Band CHARLES NELSON BERRY 2 N ID B l'I Arts and Science .........,..... Norman Vice-President Tabasco Clubg Class Foot- ball ANDREW N. BOATMAN v X K 2 E A X Arts and Science ........ Stratford, Ariz. President Student Associationg Forumg Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Class Football NOAH NEWTON BOLLMAN E X Arts and Science ........... Collinsville Tabasco Clubg Pan-Hellenic Council GEORGE BOND Arts and Science . ........... Terral Forum' 61 . A 'A 52? 1.2! ii! -' .. I : H ike fllg, 3532 f z' -2, 'f' if lf' L . 31 I 1 ..,.. V-.. :- ., rf-',,x1:g .12 ' -lm! A ,ibn L- ' .A , . ii in g s? iii, . V.-5 15539 - 755.551 4 . f w?iQg7'z.-1 - "'?.J,I ' ' Qin 2 1.311-77 . Hai ,, ,, .. Q , So ' E I 2 4-iff A, , . .,1,l' my 5,3 'H ffm" .Q gf xx? Q v L M H ef 'X I is 5 QQ fa A . W' " if if NE.. 1 .. , Q, mg. 117, Q, K 1 1 y- 1 X-.K I A5 Tfmlrjgf Vhr. Q t 2 - 1 ' '. QQ! .55 by if 3,2321 . 1 .tg 11 9 V .4 .. lv k 1 'Wm 2 -flie- f f.- f is 2 .f Hi' "i?il.:,,. sirj--'E --Qi, ,Vg .Qi+J!l,s ,lf-YK-fx. " 1 .fu :j'.3f"l2 " 'Q R+' - I-ffm." .u.-Pm -f J HQ? WL.. -W 5 54934 iT- 51137 fix, xI.Q,"1'7i ,, Yibzl' . , , Qizvfiekiygfllelir R?l','Ld:yf . 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'Q g ' " 1:4 yi A TN .,, K- -J!! ln j i -'VI' F ,T YQ xirffa- f K , . l 4' Y X' K gl, ,-4, 'K l' i W .ff . 5. ,ggi Snag, m,-if PR n if - gil -. . , 4 l W7 " 1 5, 1 it lf rl iw! P 1 A 9 511 Q JT' ' 4 'uf 4 ' X Q 1 , V ' ,Ugg 9344 Q w f 1 'u ,Ll L5 qvfz-5 'V , ' , f -. 2. ,J ff ' ,, :H 1 K ,J L -L' eff: iv 5- LQ: 'ly F354-, ' 'iv-Hg, M, 5 1 f,,2,.. My I J 1173 IP' I - 1' ,L ". g,fw,, ."r FRANK E. BRADLEY CII A X Pharmacy ..,............ .... N able DON M. BRETCH E A E CIP A fb Law .... ....................... H obart LUELLA MILDRED BRETCH K A 9 Arts and Science ................ Hobart Zetalethiang Y. W. C. A.: Teutoniag Treas- urer University Oklahoman Boardg Owl and Triangle HARRY J. BROWN K E Arts and Science ............ Anadarko Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Bandg Orchestra J. WINTER BROWN, Ph. B. Medicine ................ Reidsburg, Pa. LINA 'ELOISE BRYAN Il B CID Fzne Arts ..................... Antlers Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Mendelssohn Glee Clubg Women's Pan-Hellenic Council REUBEN N. BURROW ' Pharmacy ........ ............... D oyle f f"'P9l'? Y' ff i 'fd' 345 flfawfe-e:':fffe'!'VV pe, . ,.i.,,, fl .mlb if ci M if I fl? ' nfl - A 'ffm' ,u w-vvfas. q i '.,. Y '. .. is :v:.:,11 ,, -I l . , , -,., WY-- M.,--a ' v ll w 'l ik Mm, ,pp U 'l J ' ', "1 A if ffhglr ..,:,. A .fl Qs- I 1. .4..,,Q Editor Umpire C353 President Democratic -e Council Nl x F , ' 'J 'V "H" L M . ' ",v',,, V1 'NTH-:UQ "F ,' W K t 1 X, it W .-,pun 4,5 -uw .riff rr. K ge-451.5-l:1'1,!7,S, V ' H .f3.f,.F1.g:.-1--,S1""l "jf" , f - ai V .5 .327 'i 'Il' 1" , -. " V' ' ,Hu fx N1 x , 1 , if l 5 s M-LL-1,-:,z., 1-51.4"-i ' fgm dyy'--:'5?' v3,x,i,,ri'-11 . 3, tg " :D ei 5,1 bu: r 4 , 1 w ' is I . i We 'Qzifii' , 'jjfL'f OREL BUSBY Q ,V - . E N CD A fb Law ......................r.... Konawa Clubg Senate: Sooner Barg Pan-Hellenic .vi ' ' -x WILLIAM A. BUTTRAM Arts and Science .................. Ada Senateg Pick and Hammer Club . HOWARD S. CAIN e s KDAX if Pharmacy .... ...... . . Temple x ,,, ' , MRS. J. WINFRED CAPSHAW ' K A 6 1.35" ?' Arts and Science .............. Norman s.-ef., Q. D A , ,Q A Bmk's Wife llwfl , Ill . FRED QBINKJ CAPSHAW, A. B., '13 2 A E fb A CID f fy Law ....... ......,.... ......... N o rman I Assistant Athletic Coach ' CHARLES EDWARD CAREY if Electrical Engineering ....,.... Norman , Varsity Basketball 1213 Engineers' Clubg gif ,- President Edison Clubg A. I. E. E.g - -4 Electrician in Charge of Law Building - and Power Plant AGNES MARIAM CHASE A A-A 1" 5' Fine Arts .................. Wynnewood lg Y. W. C. A. 13 gc . ri i 5 ' rf 1 P in-ll mi A if 5 I . l I3 , r g , ,sf , x MII' gf-Lx. galil! lvgriig' 1 f 4' .5 f? Ili 11, fl f, 3 so .2141 4 63 Z-X-, , -.XV K. , 1 rw S . Xe 550 4 1 - fi ' vs.-nf rn l .-:fy V . s , .. 1 . .v . , 5' . "U, Q71 l in xx'-X rl Xiu I . Iwi, X. lr, ,liifir fight A 'W m' 173 . ..j -P wt U .-y r lik? ' h , tk A li J .x V X 4- , ef: Skit? " ' -14:14 f . in.,--n.J:fL".'Ef i'.,4,2??:'H1','-2?'f., iz.. 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A. Cabinetg Pe-Et. DELBERT C. COX Pharmacy ...................... Sulphur Varsity Track Squadg Lincoln County Club WALDEMAR N. DANNENBERG K A Arts and Science .........,..... Chelsea Tabasco Club ROY W. COX Arts and Science ............... Arapaho Senateg Teutoniag Social Science Club: Class Footballg Class Baseballg Class Basketball , f at , f, -wa 1 MPL 3736 in i1f1f ,,? ' .4294 Z 'ff 'Lf -' f if 64 , I , - fl... xx - 5 ,EfvE"'?- -- . X ,MD HP Er - ', V..- ,c -'X . ,. -cw 'lv A l Y I , f :!,, fl? 'Q If I, www -R ff 1. 49, ' if' , ' - .,' .Nl 1 X 4, 3 , ,Y . -'V NN' 1 N' WALTER L. DITZLER 'I' K H Arts and Science ............... Norman 4 ' fjisg f Senateg Press Club l 5 12525 1 , . X ' Tet, S ' Q EDWIN BURTON DUNCAN A S K A ' Vux. f. . Arts -1 Science ........ Oklahoma City L Democra ' Clubg Pan-Hellenic Council: 1' - K President e H. S. Clubg Class Football fb I ff" - i fy BEN H. DWIGHT ,. J K A 'D A fb lvrf Law ............................ Durant X,-X Pan-Hellenic Council: Tabasco Club NJ, , HJ ' ll- I K ff L ELVIE ELIZABETH EAGLETON 1 X! . K A 9 - ,QE-2 Arts and Science ............... Norman 5:5 2. I, f iii' Zetalethiang Owl and Triangle: Secretary J, lb Student Council: Teutonia 2 , i 'l:l5l.P', - JN' ., OLIVE EAGLETON 'H 17.1 ' K A 9 Q 'fy Arts and Science .......,....... Norman E X V f Zetalethiang Owl and Triangleg Oratorical ,ul K f ' . . . cf 1" 'y', Councilg Women's Counczlg Chemistry rs- X. Club ' .Y-X. - , pf? V A WILLIAM LEMUEL EAGLETON H M E X 552 :g Arts and Science ............... Norman Vi1,Tif2yZ,E'Ml1tifg,i i irlij, Senateg Varsity Football Squadg Demo- by if , cram club: Y. M. c. A. cabinet g,fTt,ji"Aiiygsg 2 .L' 4 H - if 'a 1 4 ROBERT DAVID EVANS fffirif all Electrical Engineering . .. Oklahoma City Chairman A. I. E. E.: Edison Clubg Sec- If ' retary Engineers' Club 71Ql72,FG5Cp5'5' .fa I Shi 2331 75 'flfffilf QQ . f"ZTIV'w lie, WH? efegmgfl ' l- ."' . Fin? : lf,- I QT A iw ,pri WL N'f"'-fmmfe' A 65 yr, ,gf2wf.,. I' ' , F ,.y, , .1 25 ,-ff 'L N 2 ' , , A-V , I : , .4 M-V' A- hr, Nlnaxli H X 'fifty ' KI, Vg 1' V4.1 'yflhf A "fW,A A, s ' lf' Q , f , U If Mwwx I JJ? . I wi , 3A,, ,t1,5:v,f-Q be La,-1 ' .A Q 't" - .Zf, f" I' A A A . 'WJ 5-as ,, . f141.-g.awia9p'l , 1-if Aw, -' -A 621 , .J A' iff' A -A if 'Foe---J'Ts--5:1 "A 1'-1' 'iffffj'SQ.4o, "L+,5E1fL wr- 'T . Ai 1 211 i-mv. .. I .- fiilcrilf 1.5-'iflfiili fiifuda. f. ,- A ' . - 2 111 1 , ,S i H M .. , L 2, ?W.Lj:r:L554f1M, M , . , b I f 1-'T -f 5 9 5D,0N.E 4- ii" 2,2' . 1.234 r y Wy,-fi ' A 411' f -all Q V if: 2 l-fig? E l v P 46? ll f AWA Q ,vcymr-, , J A - 1 l:H,.Afq.ffqs 7 gx'?Tf1"f - r .C '1 .'3::':f"L A -- 1 ' 5 'd m A 1 ,. -A 73555 1 'ra if ' 'ugvfmr , ja f a, Q: ' MH -a' A ' r , 4 A Y .1 Sig if? 5 , , ' Eff ':, fr.-,fa-:aet,.S, . .M ,- 'itizizff' -W Y ' 1 1223: , r ' 7 . 73' . , A r ff f EDGAR W. FIELDING vim! ff f l Q- -A-. f if 1 1, , Q W Pali l 11 11: A X J We .R 1. X 'liar L. 41.4121 , 'Ts i 'Y' . 3 ff: . 9 lfw 71 . 39, rf M P 5 , A 4Z,lf"q Arts and Science ..,...... .... S ulphur Chemistry Clubg Forum: Bandg Class Footballg Class Baseballg Class Basket- ballg Edison Club JOSEPH H. FOTH Graduate Arts and Science ...... Gotebo Senateg President Teutoniag Social Sci- ence Clubg Varsity Football Squad RUTH ANNA GIFFORD Arts and Science ................, Enid Teutonia - HENRY N. GILMORE 111 A X Pharmacy .... ........... . . . Orlando ,A j 'ia Wiz.: ' .1 1- . ' ' L4 ,a l , .15 '-Ji as A .. ' rl l 1 A-1 rc- ,, " l AL M. ff L 4-N L- Q: -fi 'r : V. y W, .1 gr .V 1. na 14 54 ,iq 4 T if 5 'fi ' b'1?f1f'frlf'i, ' 147 255 WILLIAM EMANUEL GOE F7 -gip, 2 A X 'L' fu., ,.v. v ,j.!f'5" . ri Mg, Arts and Science .,,.... . .. Norman , s X35 ADA LOUISE GooDsPEED A32 Graduate Arts and Science .. . Hennessey ,S Philologiang Y. W. C. A. L YQ W H IE!! ,'l".', I 1 -75,221 ' 5 I , ' ,,' .'fw'Y. A 1.1 - 4 gf - lf, 7 ,N l - n-. Nfl , gl' 4' gy. qw , ROY A. GRAHAM A gg 'Q 'f' ' lady, Arts and Science ................ Gibbon ' 1"?"'Qy E5-f.,, , 4 Vg Senate: Orchestrag Bandg Chemlstry Clubg indie' '- . . ' Class Baseball IMS 55. W," ' Wffil? 4Z',A:3j? YT We 3 Qi' ,NTHWPQ-. , qAyfg?'f- fl":jjrif-Air n lff-142522, gm, A lf Azul' 'UA' HF' 1 . .,. ,ff 'ff 66 Aymgf: , ,311 T-,T ' A-. 1' - " - Q ,, 47 , M " if Vx, 11 g, - . -A ,-A . ,, f i f ' f 5,fr,,gjl.,A+v,gyQ y,.4 M131 if 2'f,.3f?71jL '. f"Wf"'-'-.52 54 21.-fwfr'-4 LvlllllW5'lfl5jiLLl'Y'35gif-'Wi "'lf 5l'?i513 ,flffff eff l5fliS':,.Q2:-fffiiwesb'Gini'Q rs' N' ' '19 o a'Af'i'f ' .avril-SP?-"KD" f ' 'Q' l ,llffil 'FJ 'J A I "lil'3i7 'l'33352.35q"UL?"7"gsT1ff"Vllf 3, .ms5e55v,z!, v,V. e- ff-A .,1,,, ' gf Nj' 3: A my-f ' ' L'-Wwbiqagy 1,541 -..m..L-1,7 ,fri gf M 'Y were -::,.,,,- ' ff " " rw-Qfffwllfle - .,f 21z3:. lZi J M -'Lai A si K J y ,. ' Q A ,,5:Q,!Q"" " ?gfg3i' . ,,,A JW' f - ,,. is 'f,, ' Q 'Ll' - iv, -: ,- qw, f,,.,,.. lg I 1 1 Ein eg ,E . S 5233555-' 317: 2'- ,si 3 if V1 .. ,Jr V 't"" : 'f i P qi P . ' -Qi ' ily "'- f'- N it N I.. 'vi x A tp I Vi ilu! ,tk f if f- fhlffk' e -V ,kwa ,wr if., Y Zi g.u:gsm'v....,. 'iii-P" EQ: ' M LLOYD M. GRAVES Arts and Science .............. Orlando Senateg President Social Science Clubg President Progressive Club JEFF W. GUNTER Pharmacy ............. Shamrock, Texas Class Footballg Washburn Club FRED J. HANSEN ' E A li A E P Law ......................... Grandheld President Oratorical Council: University Oklahoman Boardg Magazine Staffg President State Oratorical Association: fa x Senate: Student Councilg Varsity Track ' cu, czn, csv- H. :L LOUISE FRENCH HATCHETT 1' K A GJ ill Arts and Science .....,........ EI Reno JV' Y. W. C. A. ' q,,, ERNEST L. HAWKINS 1 L V cb A x Pharmacy .. ......... I .... Headrick POWELL L. HAYS L qw B H 1 Medicine .................... Frederick President Class l913' Class Baseball' V Class Football i,' ' WALTER GLEN HELMICK 1 Arts and Science ................ Wakita ALFKIAA Press Club n ' gi F ,yi . lj 5 ix X t.1 l in P 4 25 fa, 35 ' 1 hy , , , 1 Z 4 r V fl' E 2' 'fl . PM , . . . President Senateg Social Science Club l fir. if qqnsyy f' I ,I Q fig? rg 1 ff. If i ,Q 1 4,4 " 67 l I .f ,ft 1,1 , ' ' 1 I ?k i, my ,39,i.'.i5y1 . n ,Days-a ..r-Sbnilr' all L.-DJ ..f-seg:-.W A ,' L, ',.,:'.f?41,f--.Egg L , N +' W wg Ji -,,f,f,w?:f-p . f . ' My " " ' ,C - wwe' ' ef'l" 'iff- 55:3 -1' if W-1. --f vw-6 w e -gi, . W- ws.,,c,,i 4, da, ef ug' it Qi it 4 ff? 41 'M me ' C L 44 vt "'-3? ML ,b b t A- 1 'V' AF ,iiiiligigfeztfcgflisifsliifiiii Hia """"'-mf' w.r....,f 49 . 'lA w :iw ai 'ill if 'ff Quanta . 'LX 4.2.5 . ' ,wfvi , , W? N ,ifgei x X xx 'r . . .J f r LQ:-1,5 para XX R. .-.J 1' ' x P N . , A S-f .47 X We ,. , . -w sm- X A -431.14 -MY ..- iii-2-M - 3.45-'21 , ,, .Frida 21,11 1, .cf-Z . F-1-, 3f1'lfbs3!' fw":lv H - gift, . D.- . Hz! 'a,y,f"4,. gf! mxillmiilii I ug njfg'iilioa.aLi',f5L' :H Te" . it . ,ui 4, xf' lf' A' Cr' ' AL ,Y ' ry, W. V- ffm ,y .. 1 we , Wy " . ' an JJ' of , MIL' .-jfhflui 1?'lSf2i":f-'-i 4 .t,-1,1 Q . ,w i .,,. I .fff so . 'V 2 l f,,'?U'5t. 92.412 , LLOYD JAMES HIBBARD 2 X V Electrical Engineering ..... ..... S nider Secretary A. I. E. E.g Engineers' Club ALBERT CLIFFORD HIRSCHFIELD CD B H Q A X Arts and Science ............... Norman ELGAR D. HOLLEY Arts and Science ................ Stigler Williams Club Courtg Law Football ALBERT B. HOLSTED, M. D. Medicine .................. Leslie, Ark. HOWARD J. HOLT Arts and Science ........ Ottawa, Kans. HELEN HOLTZSCHUE Arts and Science f ....... Oklahoma City Secretary Philologiang Teutoniag Y. W. C. A. SABERT ALFRED HOTT E X Civil Engineering ............... Wakita Edison Clubg Engineers' Clubg Student Councilg Captain Engineer Football Teamg Varsity Football CD, 121, 131, C43- X . 1. A Tlwfs 3-flfr-f 1 y,,..'i5-' lr.. gil. ' :- 4-5. 3 ' . 15: -1 gr 31.23, '43 xx 4 Nd, . Q. 5' N2 ll A y?:bj,lf . A.- ' ,-1 fr' l 1 I V. gg Q. I 3 vi 3 -:Q ., N' f Y ff' . iq LI . ,, Zifwjw' vi ,..s-- , at N- 'ii ' 'N I l , fy,-.n . .1 in'f,' ,iiiq" pf,--3 . L K' '-1 'll L ' ., WSW L . ' ii I P4fF,4?! 7u5f'1'i. -L, ., ,I L Q 44 '.3. .N BEULAH JOSEPHINE HURST X I ETQ 15a " Arts and Science ............ .... P awnee Owl and Triangleg President Zetalethiang fNf"f Women's Councilg Campiireg Y. W. C. D Lb 4V l vb - ' A. Cabinetg Humanist Club ,ml .4 E T .- w ' Q'-15" '31 1 . L LEE v. HULL wwf' A ,- .,..:,,.1 ' 'XJQX Pharmacy .................,.... Norman e'-Qu I--if xx 5 President Senior Pharmacy Class i U 4 . isa .Ng g' V1-cg: g. A ffjii 5' T CARL J. HUGHES K A N Law ....... .. Moore l 1 , N 5. AUDREY PEARLE ISLE P Arts and Science .............. Edmond .N Wifi Philologiang Y. W. C. A. ARTHUR BLAINE IMEL EX ' 'f1v',, 41,845 iff " . :f'4!, if f .lf ' , . r N4X..1a-'J W Arts and Science ........ San Diego, Cal. Class Baseball RALPH P. HRON KDAX ' ' ' Graduateg Pharmacy .. . .. Guthrie r ,f l .1 x ' ' W , - rm-.l:v.4.,.-3.-'u" N 59'-Qwfflifg' if? F" . vi ft, J' Qiffffli. Ig M :M-q,',,w gf v . ., .1 .Reef he JOSEPH DAWSON HOUK X. .VL 2.5.4 -721 . 7.125 ' Arts and Science .............. Isabella I l . if - X 1 if lt I L. Inf 3 5 .. I, ', 3 l i Gif iii gi-26 A :I-5 ? f'i,fff.fe2af ,iiflifill wi ' W sie 5 QI si lg 5 L4 s 41.1.1 05: .1 3 ,wx Ni. V., ,r ,,.. ,, . ,.. M 1 V Vice-President Forumg Williams Club Courtg Varsity Football Squadg Class Basketball: Class Baseball - 5 i .xQ'?.'vs'j:9'1l 1 a,'Vs.:E agLd'3.f cw '2' " ,. Q ,uf 'iiyqili lisp no Yi .fi .V .VM 5 E .f fn . ,.-,-- , "NiW"L Ni: 1... ig, Nr ' '1 pg .. A . zxlwnuznji, , ' A Qwllk' ' flip .f ,K . 69 'N 4 '--U-4-' A ,f,1,Q, , ' ffp f ., ,-,QQ-Y-J 35,343 A . Wig:-' my M Wilf' 7' l , .. .v . 4,5-, A g- "1 at .. g W: 'gg a t f. A A N.. rm '., k, y ,. - ' V , X .,. 1 Q., - w,4.,5, ,f , 4 4-' 1-w,,: i. A -' Nt, li?"-' KF A 1L....f " .zf :q5l'ys? at 'l..+,iJzg,5g "XD Ftp, l 'L A V vlgfiz-f's, ..:?u?2?f:g . -i, vz-1.gieg3sfiiffalr' .'-"ie--ma , L A11 4' L ,Elsa L, '-ekgqo -'f-:QEg5E.'4'Fis,.. m V" QF'f5'cff l f'ff'7" . HA .T,L.1'Q.ff3.gfH'I,-anis ,E y , , - 751-2512,- ' fi -f-w :,fQ""li - :L r. fig-'Ta5'f'it?'3"1li'.,315 fi" Ev f, 1: '?:f.'n'.U',,'f1., if 1-fgggwaffai-. ' ' A -ff. r 1 E mf I, X.,-,lygflk 3. . -1,1 A, I .,.--1,.,,f+ ,.1 . , - I . lg -. -, J.. .K , V 3...l.. K , V s, . ."-?Y"fl:i'nW-' w.+.. g - , .1 W - H1551 f 1' E T M. i' :"L:' 1'f'ff 'fif-I ff, I' 9 "VV f- 1' .- M1--v.3f 1 A -v ft , I 1 f Ea,i?Epli,s?pmL.?ig,l-49.4-..1 'i ! L M I-.,ra:4.f.L ix Quorum .:4. ,Z F Y F ue , 1 A.: - -ku, fin, -, :vfa,i"f.1- rv' Ffa' V Q , lx- ' 4- Q r- lx! "lr X ' Q ,. HCZSXWQ ,- V N...- N y 'A?'1e. 7, , 1' :Q M D qi., 135, Jlfylfrl if T 2, -1.01 L . Q 45:?"! 1 eff gi.: . LQQU ipwgflf' . FRANKLIN M. KIMES Graduate Arts and Science .... Muskogee Fellowship in Educationg Degrees: B. S., Tri-State College, Angola, Ind.g LL. B., Indiana Universityg B. Pd., Michigan University ELIZABETH L. KLEIN Arts and Science ........ Oklahoma City Philologiang Secretary Oratorical Coun- cilg Y. W. C. A. THOMAS F. LAIDIG Medicine ................. Topeka, Kans. A. B., Washburn College ENGENE P. LEDBETTER K E 4D A fb Law ................ Oklahoma City Tabasco Club LEONARD MARION LOGAN, Jr. E A X Arts and Science .............. Tahlcquah Senateg Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg President Press Clubg Editor University Maga- zine: Social Science Clubg Democratic Clubg President Senior Class. DICK LOWRY K A KID M A II! B II Arts and Science .............., Muskogee President Sophomore Medic Classg Varsity Track CBJ, Q4j. TOM LOWRY K A CID M A CID B II Arts and Science ............... Muskogee Tabasco Clubg Pe-Etg Letzeiser Medal C355 Varsity Football 132, C455 Varsity Track, flj, 122, Q3j, F4 'rw ' . , 'E Eff. f v ,, 9 .,, 70 .ff ..., ,, -M J as " f .if-'7,,' - 'Elf' xi fhf' 5 5' .sf N, 13 nf-.., 39' iwii 5 f , . .., . .6 , 113 , xr , .T Wg., , , B3 L-e if f ,f ' A ii I L f hah 5+ 14- axsw- ' 'ii 3 , iffy ADDIE MALOY P Arts and Science ................. Norman President Y. W. C. A.: Zetalethiang Owl and Triangleg Scholarship in Physics. .. , i' , YA . FQ, I , 1 uve C ... -A at Q at x gpg 'X 1 - I Y ff. If-5 ig. 1 Z-J5.w.u1a"'rm .,fv-:fr-1-'H ' K ALBERT HENRY MARSHALL ' ' Medicine ................. Topeka, Kaus. Football "W" Washburn, 1912g President Masonic Club, Washburn. MARIAN McTAGGART Fine Arts ,........ . ....... Oklahoma City EDGAR MEACHAM if'q.5:55...1 . K 2 x A x. f Arts and Science ,......,... ...... C Iinton V . ,sI!4,, 'agf A: 1i+g- Pe-Etg Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Varsity Foot- 'f ball, 122, 131, 145. CHARLES B. MEMMINGER K 2 Arts and Science ...............,.. Atoka -v -N Forumg Williams Club Courtg University Oklahoman Boardg Treasurer Y. M. C. 2 ' A.g Class Footballg Class Baseballg Class ,f V i Q l.,t" 1 if X x Ziff ? Z, 'z gs. l I 1. L V 1 g . fl? 551' A. f-, ..y. l ,M 4 we i .5 V7 1 TV, 'Hr . 3 1 ky 'B'L1 .Xu E 1 il YQ Q xxx E X K I 1 Q Q A , Aix ? L? ,LL Perf' 'Q sg--,K . .V 2 rx' ge Basketball. R M A 1. . A .fy ,, V BESS MERKLE 'l' V A A A 'f ' Arts and Science ................. Norman l f'.'f" . Y' W. C' A. 'ff "ffl lyg 75? Q. uw Wy ixiiigf. .sf 5- 'W-E4"145'? J A 5 2, L' .tw I 5' CLARA MEYER ' r "Mi I? . Arts and Science .............. Tecumseh fi'Qf-51,5 Women's Councilg Y. W. C. A.g Men- 49,7 N.D.g 1,51 P. - . delssohn Glee Club. f-W1 'S j'i,i':7 rw. 1 w ,F in " ,l M657 ' -.1-1-in ' 'K WWNWI. -1 1 azz., V4 My , 1 r i N' lu V, THE 'li- . .1 k.f,,47f 1 FMT! -1 ,. . 11 t F, ' 71 ff A a sv . time if 2' . ,f 1' 5 at 'f .. 1 A f. M. , S f 72 FRED MILLER ' Pharmacy ......,............... Wakita PAUL R. MILLS CD A X Pharmacy ..,.............,,. . .V . Tulsa Chemistry Club WILLIAM E. MONTGOMERY Pharmacy ....,..................,. Vic: I PERRILL ELIZABETH MUNCH 2 T Q Arts and Science ..,........... Hennessey Zetalethiang Press Clubg Y. W. C. A. Cab- inetg Camplireg Humanist Club. CLARENCE V. NICHOLS 1-IJ A X Arts and Science ............... Anadarko Student Councilg University Oklahoman Boardg Band: Orchestra: Chemistry Club: Scholarship in Pharmacyg Varsity Football Squadg Class Basketball. LOLA WILLDA NORTH Arts and Science ........ . . ..... Blackwell Secretary Philologiang Y. W. C. A. A GOLDEN I. NUGENT A K K Medicine .......,...... Kansas City, Mo. A. B., Ph. G., Kansas University. gg? L4 'W W l EQQSF aa . . PEQSTY " 'ggiififw' 1 ' Q L ' riff? 1 , E' sfffff? , w'imM Mant 3n?w. ,A Q.. -1- M Wfwg I pe. 1-'Lily .Q Y, l' -- :f"':f' ! E :F 3- I WJ 'll '1 ll - L33 . , , lf: ' ,p,...,gn ' X . Q , 3 x u l. . 'Elf W. ,Ng A TW' ell? . ,f 4 5 Q' QQU. -' iff: ll? 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Cabinetg Varsity Football, 111, 121, 131, 1415 Varsity Baseball, 121, 131, 1419 Varsity Basketball, 111, 121, 131, 141g Varsity Track, 111, 121, 131, 141. DAVID ELLERY RENSHAW Electrical Engineering ........, Hennessey A. I. E. E., Engineers' Club NORMAN E. REYNOLDS E A E ID A 411 Law . .................,...... Muskogee Tabasco Clubg Pan-Hellenic Council: President Class 121. S. WOODSON REYNOLDS I Medicine ................ St. joseph, Mo. CHARLES E. RILEY Pharmacy ........................ Erick Washburn Club 74 . ze ' ,fywwbq 'J I ' W ' . K' I t ':.1vf:e1' fit 'Ns 1 3' -1 r X 4.2, ,, . f,fqf.. X. . T f x 75,1 if 'Q Q. 5 J ,yi .Q 1 , 'l ,. 1 4.38 by . '52'R"'5.Af27-ll V . ,lv-.35 1 fb: a- u:-v-1.5, l ,,..,.l...., JA. ,'f:fI5g' if i l . 'x lx A Ei . tw, Kal' i X T , WG . z fw- .. , A' gig? 1 U . vii 5' 'Lvl L .t l itll N M Ml 5 X lf , 'r 1. . i r X "f X5 -If x,- . E I ti f . 3. ra 'x.' V Eifyi i ' O 6 1' ef if 5' ' ff. ROBERTA ROBEY E T Q Arts and Science ............... Davidson Zetalethiang Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Ten-- toniag President Mendelssohn Glee Clubg President Women's Councilg Owl and Triangleg Campfire. FRANK P. ROBINSON A K K Medicine ....................... Capron President Senior Class. JOHN L. ROCK Arts and Science ............... Lexington Assistant in Physiologyg Class Football. CHARLEY ELKINS ROGERS K A 2 A X Arts and Science ............. Ozark, Mo. President Senior Classy University Okla- homan Staffg Varsity Football, 122, CBJ, co. A JOHN ROGERS B 9 l'l Cl! A fl" A E P Law ..................,. Wheatland, Mo. Pan-Hellenic Councilg Tabasco Clubg Kan- sas Debating Teamg Sooner Barg Uni- versity Magazine Staffg Press Clubg Oratorical Councilg President Senior Law Classy Secretary Law School. HERBERT V. L. SAPPER E X 111 B H Arts and Science ........ Hartford, Conn. Pan-Hellenic Councilg Assistant in Path- ology. MARY SAWYER Arts and Science ..... .,, .......... Norman Y. W. C. 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Blackwell Tabasco Clubg Press 'C1ub. HARRY E. SEARLE fp A x Pharmacy ................... . . Norman Vice-President Senior Pharmacy Class. ROY SHEAR Pharmacy .........,........... Newkirk CATHERINE SHERMAN Arts and Science ................... Alva Zetalethiang President Women's Field As- sociationg Secretary Teutoniag Varsity Basketball, C353 Campfire. . WADE HAMPTON SHUMATE Arts and Science .......,........ Mangum Glee Clubg Class Football. CHARMEON ELIZABETH SIMPSON A A A Arts and Science ......... Arlington, Iowa Philologiang Teutonia. ROY A. SPEARS E X Arts and Science ................. Granite Williams Club Courtg Varsity Football, CZJ, 132, C455 Varsity Basketball MD. d . 1 Y 7-.1,' . - Z' ,-1:55. x y.. ,., 4 Q 54 57 - 1 xx J 32 '52 3 if 4 ' fs iq. 'Ag' nf f. 3,4 ' Q If X 1 Arts and Science ............... Chickasha Pick and Hammer Club ....,....... A ' x . , 1 .f f, o 3 V l - 1 4-1 i L f ' 'm l . 'E .vw vv , A 1-fx A 'P .-,. I' f. 1 -' -af' M ' DEAN MOORE STACY 'aw .fav--. . ',-' -1 -' -- ww ' gy . ,. 1 ,, N CHARLES B. STEELE - . - Arts and Science ....,............. Keller Forumg Democratic Clubg Williams Club Courtg University Magazine Stallfg As- sistant Librarian. ,X 1 X , . Mud ., ,'-1 BETTIE STEPHENS Arts and Science .....,.......... Norman Y. W. c. A. ' 1191--' NINA STEPHENS Q.i'i3ZEf E . Arts and Science ........,....... Norman l:'p1vQQf,a Y, W. c. A. l N ,- x t , ' E4 ROBERT A. STEWART wg Graduate Arts and Science ...... Guthrie Q' ' Glee Clubg Social Science Club. K E f WILLIAM GRADY STIGLER E A li ' Arts and Science ......,,......... Stigler , Senate: Glee Clubg Vice-President Demo- 1 - I cratic Clubg Williams Club Courtg Class 'C '- Football: Class Baseball. 5 ' EUGENE SUTHERLAND 5 E X Q W ' X Pharmacy .... ...... . .. Lawton 1 I5 X l ,' l Il 'lx 512 af' A li ' l P! , 5 if., i lfz' Sul: F' X lies' "i57l'94, f Pi' W rl , V 105 il if 1 I My . L 'E V. 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V wal . ,I I 'rv ,. ., ,?,K.3,T,.Uu.'i' " " .4 Q W.. , .aj I n 3. M Ja A. .-gf. . '7 t, Sv nag 5 1 XF, . - , L . 1, 'ixzdgl ii . Agua cr' -. , P .Y N Q H J. , 5, ffkgr, 'S .A :" . ,I ,, in ,. . 1 ',U ggi' - . x'k 1. 1. ,Y we W K. 1' 'rw M , s" 'U' 5 Vyadrw if , A EDWIN C. THOMAS KID A 9 115 X Medicine ................. Gold Hill, Ala. B. S., Alabama Polytechnic Institute, 19103 President of Class C359 Secretary of Class 145. DANA MASON TISDEL B C9 II GJ M A Arts and Science ............... Muskogee Manager Orchestrag Manager Glee Clubg Render Medal, QU. VIRGINIA G. TOLBERT K A 9 Arts and Science ................. Hobart Zetalethiang Owl and Triangle: Vice- President Y. W. C. A.: Secretary Chem- istry Clubg Women's Council. MORRISON REASONER TOOMER K A 119 M A Arts and Science ............... Muskogee Varsity Baseball QD, CZJ, QSD, C413 Cap- tain Varsity Baseball 145. J. W. TREVETTE Arts and Science ............ Dallas, Tex. LENA ISEARL TROUT Arts and Science ................ 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WHITE Arts and Science .,................ Altus Senateg Teutoniag Pick and Hammer Clubg Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Scholarship in Geologyg Class Football. MARY WIGGINS Arts and Science ........, Oklahoma City Y. W. C. A.g Mendelssohn Glee Club. RUBY WIGGINS Fine Arts .............. h Oklahoma City Mendelssohn Glee Club: Y. W. C. A. ARTHUR R. WOLFE A X Graduate ...................... Norman VALERIA HELEN YEAGER Arts and Science ,................. Tulsa Philologiang Y. W. C. A.g Secretary Men- delssohn Glee Club. EARL L. YEAKEL E-X ill B II Arts and Science ....,........... Norman Tabasco Board: Captain Medic Football Teamg Class Baseball. MILDRED CORA ZINK Arts and Science ................. Norman Zetalethiang Owl and Triangle: Y. W. C.. A. Cabinet. 80 .., , . J' ' 1 .lb . 1 , . W, 1 .2 , . fl . .wif- g fu: 11. K 3.3. 1 Naam ' l 3 1. 1 7' iii X l .. :VF pix -.1 if L Will.: 4 if iflm ii ,, ' ,.-. 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A' fr if-'Lirw'zv.21'?2,2 if 1 P-si :Wie , . 111-JW:-5 , " T, . : ' v .nl 1' g fwm,f.Q, it i is lfflffiw. C 43501 'J' .M. s. fanvwywwv Egg, " WV' .7 Y , ,. -1 'QM 4 F gy? qqygs ,. i - . ,-4 -- ug bv11f'iifl" 4 .Hat . , ..f f MEL' 3--' W- e" , 9. 'F 22:25 Q 752 1 KIRK B. BARB Medicine. STELLA LEE BARTON Arts and Science. Y. W. C. A. C. CURRY BELL 2 N Arts and Science. Athletic Councilg Varsity Football 133. JIM B. BENNETT Engineering. Irregular Junior. President Engineers' Clubg University Bandg Class Football. ' ALLEGRA ELLEN BERRIGAN Arts and Science. Philologiang Y. W. C. A. 82 fr,-.4 . f,i.ffZ'1' ' fl-i'3f.f W 1, at V1 Q V I 53.5 Q Fax-. . Ns X. Ns I xx -Q I W 1, . 1 I ROBERT M. BOUNDS Law. Sooner Bar. 4 SAMUEL J. BRADFIELD A dw B TI Medicine. PAULINEL BRETCH TI B KID Arts and Science. Zetalethiang Vice-Presi dent Women's Councilg Sooner Staff Y. W. C. A. ROSETTA BRIEGEL Arts and Science. Chemistry Club: Teutoniag Zetalethiang Y. W. C. A. MARIAN STUART BROOKS K A 6 Arts and Science. Oratorical Councilg Phil- ologiang Teutonia: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. ' 83 v .- Ii'-?-532 f . f ff'ff-?'e q . A,.s,g-Q, H ., ,ll -v A, -Q., -.5 . i So! ,gg iiI914l- w cg., E Xifx-N n A ...Q I Clive . L V " Wxqx L E . A uf .-riff! ,ff 5,-'ff 2 Q. '., ' 7 " Y lk lx 'Ni 'x...ff' Lx, Q. 1 ff' X...-3,-, we .xl wfgfiffd 5 lliggr 4 ..-MEP? N Q' ga f . ' 1 S: A f'VT": "3 .:E,f',Qi 4 t:.g'Jj9y A 5- .4 U 1 .Qrlfijr-110, .e jw if-, -M. fm A M1 N W X, ft, 5- fw'-.5-J F47 F Ln fp, 'ffl 1 x...1K' . .VH , JS f.cX'fX -,,. swf pci 'N rx I ,Ah , 1 p 'gdb nv v I sv 4 ' .1 "4,-- Y i X-5451 if U,-' ' .1 I ,HMM A 17' XV .-7 ex. we Q Z ,-Q .-.51-if Soo NE 4, zjx ' W. 4.0, f . 1, . :QA ' " , -,4,.',,:,,V:- . , ' ,eg Q, .. , . 'W E. M 7 , wi' 1 5 x 1 FXR we ,J ,M t r 'KJ' 4 1 :I Q 'xx f-- . .J-fps., .4-an - 21" bfi' 15 .':':3Ze t mi 1. ,. . fv'?fs.,,, . iv-.' gi 4-A'-.1 If -,wi -My -. J, f. .1 aww 22 .V-f f N V, N ,,.t -,,,:,Q.f 3 : A H 2 L ififi 0914 Ig ia , tai 1 0 4 5, 16' f' 7 '1 jf' M,g-,ff 1 Lf-f-' 'nik ' '-Ns , A ' ,Maw i-l ,Qi RUTH BROWN Arts and Science. Teutoniag Y. W. C. A. HOMER CAIN Fine Arts. University Orchestra. JAMES A. CAMPBELL Medicine. WILLIAM L. CLARK 2 N Arts and Science. President Class: Secre- tary-Treasurer Athletic Councilg Varsity Baseball, CU, QZJ, 4353 Varsity Football, 425, f3Jg Captain-Elect 1914 Football Team. RICHARD GARDNER COPELAND Arts and Science. Grady County Clubg Class Football. . 84 i l -f,i,rx.' 5. fr' . Av, '- 9. K V! A' 1 1 ii W I -7, :W W l lf ' if V 4 EDWARD WILLIAM CORKILL ' 2 X Arts and Science. Senateg Lincoln County Club. V WALTER o. CRALLE 2 A E Arts and Science. Senateg Y. M. C. A. Cab- inetg Sooner Staffg Class Football. I LORENA CRUCE K A 9 Arts and Science. PAUL GLADSTONE DARROUGH E N II! A KD Law. Senateg President Y. M. C. A.g Law Football: Varsity Tennis QD, 125, CBJ. NELL B. DASHNER H B CID Arts and Science. lf.. '- i f '51, .',"'., ,- I . .. -' A n , . if w A lf f 'U 31: ti' 1 'V 9 4 'ii mniigf, ' ffwtuig v M 'im , 'Wifi " 'f- . . ,, ' 5, "sit" 'F' ' jf, '9fQgqq5, r .HQ - 'if fQfy.g.37H? L. L- fi .pgmfql A gp 45.--, -Az:,,1,'- : .4 'iilfiw ,. W., QQ fbi ilqxi - .'i' 7 V , . mf, ' ' K.. ' V'r"ffS2 El- 7 , Em 1 .,,.-W.Q . " .15- G 1.-, -v- . ,. , 1.17 '12 :li W5 'affi x' A .ff-" ' lx -I I.-H, V at V Q' ' 3 MRM QQ ' f rg' 4.-ii' 'bf Ili.. I -v 1 iff . . 4, 1351-V 1-Y -www - 1 f-,zf 1 17. "ve .- A ,fe rf JW? illlfilallmifa .j.65.Wi.1- "'?:ff gfrfifggl . 4,f.f'7if Qf'v7,sfS'g ' ,su we 1 f 52631 A I Wim 'Y 'I :aff-5 w1 ':,.ii.g.i if 1:1 'f , .3bk',1u"5li.k-Mai lifm. Q M" jim ' NECH4 1,5 J' 4J,,,,x'N 2 . , V v 31-A f i aj ' S L A I ,, gfwg' Q L. Bawiri'-f Zewef HENRYS.DREHER 14, fb B n I Medicine. WSH ,N ,M 'A Arts and Science. Philologiang Mendelssohn JOSEPHINE ASHBURN DUVALL nf 'gm A DOLLIE VELMA DUVALL Arts and Science. Philologiang Mendelssohn J Glee Clubg Y. W. C. A. I 5 Glee Clubg Y. W. c. A. 5 LOUISE ELLEDGE f . A A A 'E lu -Peigiv 1 , 1 I1 5 1 . X ix Jfk X .I A AIX N Xf X '. Arts and Science. Y. W. C. A. L ENNIE S ERICKSON 'I L Teutoniag Y. W. C. A. 1 l X- i 1 'So E 4 1 , Mfg, shi' , -' 4. Lf. -I ' ' 411: 1fiM?lf'f'?94- Cz. I+ 'V "'ff7,1'5rf gk L1442l7,1Qw1.'g,,v g M V' I 9, X A 11' "rx A '1' v1Q+4.'11'f. Lylnvffls' I-I . Y, W wiyxy X r l xj .el y ..,f'rf,:E ' 13 Ly:,iQ,,ff'f,. if :!.E"Qx?:I4l.' fx N W2 9' T . .A , 'fN. N YQ. ' ifvitii-Eg., xg 'H' ' ' .54 ' M. . ,Q 154, n 5,TL'.f .efqsffri f 'f1'i'7'T'i 'L .P??fT'f'i"'. ffJ'fTsT'j5vfgfn ig. 5 L Q :7XE7':i1' 5' beet' ,LrfgZf'gmi.f"fN , .. .Mg R454 1 gl - ' ' V.'4?fY'- 55.485 .ig - 4... 2515317 ,N x., 5-.YV .71 gr A ' 'nf--1 -v f XXI-4!!!3i Wikia' eiwyftxg E? I 52 A .74 , ,I 5 s as K, , tax ' J ' . gflrgi Arts and Science. President Philologxang fu!! . 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' Y 2 2 I f 'Wie'- I V: My : ..im.Q5k ,,,,..JBa. www? ffl , ,r I N nf' 5' , 1 , X , X v MS rr- c ge . If '.,,,"3,r-...Q M. , sf? QP if v 2 5' If! ' -4.4. 0 f . , 4 f- , f RAY FLOOD A E X 'IJ M A Engineering. Engineers' Clubg Edison Club: University Orchestrag University Band. HENRY M. FURMAN, JR. B 9 II E A X Arts and Science. Senateg Press Clubg Pick and Hammer Club: Pan-Hellenic Councilg Editor 1914 Soonerg Class Football. I JAMES J. GABLE CID B II Medicine. FAY LESTER GARTON Arts and Science. Press Club. JOSEPH MALCOLM GENTRY B O IT ' Arts and Science. Pick and Hammer Club: Varsity Football Squad. 1 WJ rA.'d ,, Q. A H ll A , . 1 s,, 4 R l li, fl JOSEPH C GORDON Engineering. Engineers' Club: Edison Club. . STEPHEN H. GRAHAM Medicine. GEORGE OWEN GRANT Law. Sooner Bar. ABRAHAM CHARLES GREENHOUSE Arts and Science. Menorahg Intercollegiate Socialist Societyg Intercollegiate Cosmo- mopolitan Club. JEANETTE ELEANOR GRIFFIN V ' A A A , Arts and Science. Pl-iiwlologiang Vice-Presi- dent Classg YQW. C. A.g Sooner Staff. , n x F , 39 0 in ,. , W, ,':f'?'ef 5 win' 1 it , . rx Y- ' L 5' fiiffiif 35322371 ll? Q1 ge 2 X x, fill f 4 I ,X . XA! 1 EE 'P Vx 1 . f' s QR '-ses 211 M xfjx x v , . A " 7 , -gg: QQ' IL Ill f L7 L H v O 51. HL 2.-A ! , .- 1 ff an lfrzifl-T ,L 554 . ,A me - .vfn 'L v 1g5,X-A .r-,1 , , Nxggifly -rl 5 WE- Qi Ties? qQ1w4:,a,.lh- 1,21 may ,ji S' Qf,f""Q!-. ' " Nxfxlg, l' ' 2519 :.H',Mn: "Q V Y. -.Q . M.-i on ,..,Qf iv-,..-H.. ,l A ,, 'wi nl.. ,ml X I 3 5. f 'bi-Fri?- . :TC 3751 152' 1' -'Q 1,-. ffkwa ' '.'S:1 "'flTf'sg' t .,, gr I W fk'65hv' M I. . N. D ow . ,-Ja. 2?i5giyz - if Eff' f? f fC ein? V . - Af. W k 7. Gvww. 55521 f ' ?l'4'.'3'5'1' , If - 5,31 4-g ,5 0s1s6g "Zif'i1q. I i 3 xx eu? .1 ,fifftgf .Vg :-. -1 Jr zwfrics ,ij ., ws ,. ff self 5 '- 1-1 ,iff gan - .JJ H '. fi,-,ik , "iff" ii. ' ' -fl' 1-1. ' """f""' . . . ,.. . ,,, ,- .'i'e-17? , , "rez"f,n': -pw , f' ' f V. 4425: ,i-. A I ,. . ly gr.. f 1. . '1'f" .. 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JOHN JACOBS 2 A E ' Arts and Science. Varsity Track CD, 121, C353 Captain Varsity Track Team 133. HENRY LEE JOHNSON. Arts and Science. Married. . Qfy . . 5' 117.5 if fx Pic. I 1 ,- fy fig: sf l ii L-22 5,9 3-rq twig" ' 1 I VV wif? 7 51 ri Af If: W . 'F A.,- fn W' X YM Z ,s B 5. , L 'WEN W .idiwfl 1 XJ' xl 5 5 H. , . X x H NN r N f i ,Q I 1 I! 1 X w X 1 W 1 . if 'Y .-.-1. fn ' , X to i . H J J NEIL ROBERT JOHNSON 2 A E Arts and Science. Sooner Staiifg Varsity Baseball, KID, 125, QSJQ Varsity Football C33- ESTHER LEE JONES - - E X Medicine. . WILLIAM B. JUDY 2 N Arts and Science. President Freshmen Med- icine Class. JOSEPHINE H. LAWHEAD A A A Arts and Science. Philologiang Student Councilg Women's Councilg Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg University Oklahornan Boardg Press Clubg Sooner Staff. PAULINE LAYMAN Arts and Science. Zetalethiang Women's Council 5 Causerieg Teutonia. Q 1 93 A ' IH S A- 'A . 'QL-iii -.wgk 3 Q. Q50 -' ! 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Of the old men back were Reeds, Courtright, Ambrister, Hott, - f Spears, Rogers, Lowry, Capshaw, Clark and, Meacham. With these veterans as a i' nucleus, Bennie could easily look forward to a strong team as only three men were 1. ' ' needed to till the places left vacant by Holland, Glen Clark and Berry of the 1912 1 team. 7' The first game of the season was with Kingfisher College and resulted in an i i i 43 55 1- g ..-t overwhelming victory for the Sooners, 77 to 0. One week later, October 4, Central I . X- A fi V' .1 Normal was defeated by a still greater score, 83 to 0. The last practice game of the N E season was with Northwestern Normal and resulted in a 102 to 0 victory for N1 , a s - Oklahoma. - i ' Everything was now ready for the big games, the first of which was against X Missouri. Willis Hott, Oliver Hott, Curry Bell, Park Geyer and Neil Johnson were ffvrviflgf the men picked to fill out the team. With the soreness worked out of the players H ' . and every man in the best of condition the team went to Columbia to play the Tigers, ,QM .gh,..1f" ,. . October 18. Everyone was expectant over the result of this game. Our team looked f K lie good enough to win, but the Tigers had been winning from strong teams in the X lf, 2, Missouri Valley, and a victory for the Sooners was not certain. Then came the . X disbarment of Reeds by the Missouri authorities, which caused a turmoil in Missouri 5,5 Valley circles and threatened to break athletic relations between the two schools. f iffy? Missouri claimed that Reeds had played in the game at Joplin, Missouri, in 1910, X A , ' and because of this was barred by the three-year rule. Every effort was made to -, X f convince the Missouri authorities that Reeds had not played in 1910 and that he was L ' ' e. , eligible. Assistant Coach Shulte, of Missouri, finally put the matter up to Coach W v Y g 1 kk ,'..,..rl',::'i "'t 'e if .5 1 .1 ie' nf T" 5515 an . gf,.f"j,,- ' 'NRL Qi Wiatr. Q H J-1: 1 5495- ' 5.24" 1, ..'u:i" . . ax " -"' fer ' TN, Q. IU , fi 1-E iii: . 127 Xigigf ' of ' gsgigg i T5 . .,. . as ff. as . . 041 L 1 , 1' " mv' ... .3?"1 Q 'T l P11 1 'iff I iff, I F-.ry , .Sim i 1 ff I 4 'l it 1- O X Q- 5' E -it . A .ff .4- itl ' fav' IQ., fs if 'fl 1 if R 4 gi g ' ,l t Viv New .- . r. -- l .Laffy :mix " ag. 51 .IZ A team to Columbia and could not afford to let his guarantee slip away. The matter ,mm Wil., would seem to have put Coach Bennie in a bad light in trying to play an ineligible F" jx' ,.VA. I man, but it was proven later that Reeds had not played in the Missouri game in 1910, I 'Q fy jf , and that he was eligible for the game this year. ' When the news came over the wire telling of the disbarment of Reeds the J :' hcl fy' , V, g ii Iivf if 5 gc' .YVLU g L I ,'.41:T' . 51 1..W,lQ?yy...', ' ' ':'f:,. cv' Jef? . .Kp 1, , Courtright played his greatest game against Missouri, time and again breaking away Owen that he could play the game without Reeds or Missouri would not play. Coach Owen could not refuse to play the game as he had been to great expense in taking the . whole student body, assembled to hear the reports of the game as they came over the wire, felt that the game was the same as lost. Geyer, substitute fullback, was a good man and could be depended upon to hold his own. But the hole left in the backfield could not have been Filled by any player in the Missouri Valley. Reeds towered head and shoulders above any player in the valley for his all around ability, and the effect of his loss upon the team was demoralizing. For the four quarters the Sooners played ph, Q EQ ' N 'Nt made a touchdown on a fake kick formation. The score was 20 to 17, and but for the loss of Reeds to the team Oklahoma would certainly have had the victory. - ' V , for long runs which carried the ball into Missouri territory. Johnson, substituting for Ambrister at quarterback, played a great game and ran the team like a veteran. 5 ' V. XX The Kansas game came two weeks later, and with it came the fear of the r ,THEM-l:g1:i:j'1Q5 Minnesota shift. For two weeks Bennie had the varsity bucking the shift as played L by the scrubs, but no one predicted that Oklahoma could break up the Kansas play as easily as they did the scrubs'. Kansas had defeated Drake and Kansas A. 8: M. by large scores, and Coach Owen, who was scouting at the latter game, brought back a big scare to the Sooner team. Kansas, taking Bennie's word that Reeds was .wp-.gg . . . . 1 E eligible, did not try to bar him, and the fact alone that he was to play caused hope to :lug rise high among the supporters of the Sooners. The team that lined up against 'LWB 'linac 1 , -- w !-I 1, gm, -fn" nb' 2 , X. 13313, , rfb Kills: f if 'g3i.'7g -9- nc, 2.54525 ,y . ,igigjp ff i C, rf ww' u- . -. Ti. iq rig K3 V ,r .., . v- ta -1- -'J,,..1' 11, of WP ip? ,, , rig jg If 4 . - - 'L I , f 'uf-'AL " ,W Kli- X 1'Ii n. ...I . y I -Q. Q l Y! .:s:kUTi1,:.g,. f X 47: xy'-by N. L It I-yi . V ,WMC V -V Y U A u . ,l 4 ,. 1: i , 1 -. e , g H , 4 e ,.,- ', 1-,y ,ai .., f.. .5 -2.3.-3..f.5'::1-fl-rf' -A ii Ciggifz' ig' 7 :1 Wfvivs z 1 'l"f- f' 'i V' i'fM0i'H' .971 sl ia Y' '55 , ' NT Ii Mi" , fifff 'fi it ' "wir-ilu f"-ii-55 2 ,U vl, fy' .. ,. 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This team Bennie had Finally selected for the supreme test of the season, for Kansas must be beaten. As the whistle blew for the start of the game no one in the stands would have said that the Sooners stood a chance against the Jayhawkers. Seventeen pounds heavier to the man, well-balanced, fast, and drilled to the minute in the Minnesota shift, Kansas loomed large as certain winner. The first three downs after Oklahoma kicked off Kansas made but four yards. Bennie's work was already beginning to tell. Oklahomafeceived the ball on the punt and carried it back into Kansas territory. For the First quarter the teams see-sawed back and forth across the Field. The anxiety among the Sooner sup' porters had already disappeared, and every one began to look for a victory. However, not until the second quarter did the Sooner speed begin to tell. In this quarter the Sooner backfxeld raced around the ends or through the heavy Kansas line for long gains. Fast play and a lighting spirit made up the offensive game that carried most of the play into Kansas territory. Thirty-eight seconds after the beginning of the second quarter Reeds, running behind perfect interference from a fake punt formation, ran twenty-eight yards to a touchdown. The Jayhawkers, getting possession of the ball soon afterwards on an intercepted pass, completed a long pass which placed the ball on the Sooner three-yard line, Steuwe carried the ball over for the only score made by Kansas. Not once after this did Kansas threaten to score. Reeds scored the second touchdown for Oklahoma five minutes later, when ,gil-+ gun, r . 4, I 5. A l I 4 l Fw ' a f f . . g. by 9 r i 'x f lf , X .1 ,L r . , ,W g 'Q - I . ,M ' Y f 6 , . -+ - J ,ri " at ,..... ':l?g,,,."i-F N-tif 3' I tx i fo ,Su ' ' h is , .igff Jcfill W .L i V ,V 5,,If.4f 55 - - -7- -4 we f ' 'T .Rx w I if 'xr V. f ,V-V A r '23 tg. 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I .QZQQA gg 'Fas ,vii 9 up ,. ., 1 it , ,Ha . : '7 ' A .5 ' if gf, a FG X' If ,gi 'YF , H if if f is I 6 x f I 1 4 was not considered an important one as the Aggies have never been able to score against Oklahoma, but the Aggie team proved to be a tartar this year, and held the Sooners to one touchdown. The Final game of the season was against the Colorado University team. No one could predict with whom the victory would be, as the Mountaineers had defeated every team of importance in the Rocky Mountain district. There was a feeling that the Sooner team, tired of continual exertion of having to play as a team pointed for each game throughout the latter part of the season and with but Five days' dest after the A. 81 M. game, might not be able to stand the fast play 'of the heavy Colorado team, which outweighed Oklahoma on an average of fifteen pounds. The game was played in Oklahoma City before a Thanksgiving holiday crowd of Eve thousand. To the sur rig of every one the fast play of the Mountaineers did not develop, and after a shor scare in the First quarter when Nelson of Colorado kicked a field goal after two minutes of play, a victory for Oklahoma was certain. The Final score was 14 to 3. Reeds made the first touchdown after a seventy-yard run from punt formation. Court- right scored the second touchdown on a crosshuck from the Colorado two-yard line. Claude Reeds, fullback, developed this year into the greatest player ever turned out by the Sooner school. Tall and rangy, a fifty yard punter, an expert with the forward pass, a great line plunger, and unexcelled at circling the ends for long gains, he was by far the greatest player in the Missouri valley, and was given a place on the All-Missouri Valley team. Courtright, the speedy half-back, played the greatest game of his career, his playing being second only to that of Reeds. In the Missouri game he bore the greatest part of the work of the Oklahoma backheld. Capshaw, the diminutive halfback, was given a place on the third Missouri Valley eleven. He was always good for a gain. Captain Ambrister played a heady game at quarter and was given a place on the All-Southwestern eleven. The team as a whole was the strongest in the history of the school, and every man was a star in his particular position. Eight of the veterans, Meacham, Reeds, Courtright, Lowry, Rogers, Spears, Ambrister and S. Hott, graduate this year, and will leave holes in the team which will take Coach Owen more than one season to fill. To the "scrubs," who made the construction of an Oklahoma team possible by their unfiagging devotion and willingness to take the hammering of the heavier varsity men, due credit must be given. Words do not suffice to express their worth, but when Oklahoma is winning the game next fall on which hangs the championship, stop for a moment and give a thought to the "scrubs." 131 .-..,,.,-.,...- '. .f .ww ' N fe'-.s ' , LM . 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Second Base . . . . Right Field .... Left Field . . . .Right Field Center Feld .........Pitcher Season Record Oklahoma .... .... Oklahoma .... . . . Oklahoma .... . . . Oklahoma .... . . Oklahoma .... . . Oklahoma .... . . . Oklahoma .... . . . Oklahoma .... . . . Oklahoma .... . . . Oklahoma .... . . . Oklahoma .... . . . Oklahoma .... . . . Oklahoma .... . L . Oklahoma .... . . . Oklahoma .... . . . Oklahoma .... . . . Oklahoma ,... .... Totals ......... Topeka Western 'League ..... 2 Alva CC. S. N. SJ ...,....... 2 Alva CC. S. N. SJ ........... 1 Missouri School of Mines .... l Missouri School of Mines .... 2 Oklahoma A. 8: M. .......... 11 Oklahoma A. 8: M. ......,.. . l Edmond CC. S. N. SJ ........ 3 Edmond CC. S. N. SJ ....... 0. Edmond,fC. S. N. SJ ........ .2 Oklahoma A, 8: M: ..... 3 Oklahoma A. 8: 4 Chilocco Indians .... 4 KansasA.8zM.... 1 St. Mary's ..... 0 Missouri ..... . . . 5 Missouri... 2 44 Oklahoma won 11, lost 6. 'vu v , ., ' 9 135 . , k. 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Starting in on March 30 with a which 'Dale Gear sent in three pitchers in a vain effort to stop the joy with Bennie's men pounded the sphere for his Topeka League and ending on May 15 not quite so successful game with Missouri, the entire season was one which we well be proud of. The teams played this year were the hardest ever played by local men, and the close score by which the six games were lost indicates that the team of 1913 was above the standard of preceding years. Of the seventeen games played we won eleven and lost six. We made a total of 69 runs to 44 by our opponents. Of the eight games played on the local field we lost but one. In the trip north we were not so fortunate,-winning three of the eight games played. In these eight games we made fifteen runs to our opponents' twenty- one. We played three ten-inning games during the season and one of twelve innings. Of the batteries Ponder was on the mound in 72 innings, Dunn 44, Courtright 39 and Risen 2. Smiser received in 129 innings and Clark in 29. Ponder pitched in one losing game, Courtright in two and Dunn in four. The sweater offered by Mr. Joe Kasparek, a loyal friend of the team in Oklahoma City, for t'he best batting average was won by Smiser, catcher, with a batting average of .341. In commenting on the team of the year Coach Owen said at the end of the season, "The team is the best ever put out by the University of Oklahoma. Though we have had better luck in other years in winning games, we have met the hardest schedule this year we have ever had. The excellent point in this year's team was that they all played together." ' Batting Averages for Season .,,.,, Player. G.P. , AB. H. Pct. U ' Risen, Pitcher ..... 1 1 1 1,000 F "'.,fT'g, Smiser, Catcher ..... ..... 1 2 44 15 .34 .1 X 1 1 13, l all Halley, Right Field .. . ..... 1 3 1 ,333 ', Courtright, Pitcher ..... 10 .29 8 .276 W LV?" 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Season in Track Under the tutelage of Dr. John Darling, an old Olympic star, the season of 1913 proved the most successful ever experienced by an Oklahoma track team. The season was begun at the indoor track meet at Kansas City on March lst. The all-victorious relay team of 1912 composed of Jacobs, Lowry, Hansen and its new string of victories by defeating Nebraska in what the McIntosh, began Kansas City Star reported to be "the most sensational race ever ran in Convention Hall." This meet is the greatest .held in the middle West, several Olympic champions participating. The second meet was with Texas University at Norman on April 20th. In this meet the Sooners showed great form, only losing the meet by one-fourth inch in the broad jump. John Jacobs won three First places, high jumping 5 feet 111-4 inches, the highest jump ever made in Oklahoma. Tom Lowry beat the great Hoover in the 220 'yard dash. Hansen won the half-mile in 2:02. Snyder. won the shot-put at 40 feet, 6 inches, Dendy took second in the mile at 4:42, and the relay team again repeated, Courtright beating Hoover by yards in the Final quarter. The third meet, which was the dual meet with A. 8: M. at Stillwater, was an unfortunate affair. When the call was made for the 220 yard dash Oklahoma Univer- sity was four points in the lead. But when the A. 8: M. officials insisted, after the Sooner sprinters had chosen the outside positions, that the race should be run from a straight line the team was withdrawn from the Field. ' In the State Meet two weeks later the University men easily proved their contention when Lowry led the l-ield all the way in the 220, A. 8: M. not even placing. Jacobs again won the allaround medal by taking four First places. Both Snyder and Risen broke state records with the weights, throwing the shot 41 feet and the discus 122 feet. The relay team ended the season by breaking the southern record, making the mile in the remarkable time of 3:27. Q, a .4 ! I E ,L vi p '. - ,.,4 . f53.a'QUwf-.J 4 ?f2E'f-A-, 53- K Y A Q, Y. . -,ling '1 ,414 FSM ft' 1 l Q ' K V' F '-J 'I v . A., .rg-,I .5 --' 'f1..,gej. J, '1 W. 'r f. Tiff. is if-,Q '., w' 3 if 1 ll' ' w X1 421 .,f 1 if 1 lf, , 1 5, 2 l !",'.:'1 1, -if , 7 1 K- .M f-,3,v',L.. ig ?s:':'Qp l"u,5Sf'q f 4 ss 1 13 gf, as 4 ml' -.lv Q. ggi ' wc 34 ,X 1 'Aix' , i"Eg.-t ai. u din - 41' WF f' If1Qf'sL,jf ' B I lift' 'ff - , 1 1 X xx V' , . . p jg wf.r.ezf fl , i s 'J' 5 f'- , YAG if Why? i-If t, . . , 1 4 itll' 1.511-7. fab! Pl?-.L Q: xl -7 ., 7 f77::f'i?Q ' - .J -:L '1P.,l4'3 .1 53.232 Slfaf. QN lv 'Inq -'7' ' iffreiifmiqi .1220 . 'fri Q. W ff-a 4' Sl remeiwfz-ssrinaillimxwxrnae .um 'wr' :M w.f'..' f ' . L., 1: Q- J' "4 A I ' '-.,.i"1.'f1f 2 ,fu an an -z ch.-S1.s.w'eZ iw L .Soo NE g si: ' 1. .illi- I. 1-f ' ,gee Jqgffq, ,-"Sill jtfnff' 'igflf , F" I ,gn ..4,',-we 5,5 f,'.' f , X P . ' A , J t, .. alfa, X. ,FL 10 r- . -is-...J X2 -'iw wt' X 1 riwkft Q if , sf S ,. .4 . if 2 K. I " WTB ' . ' Q: - lf, - 8 ,sv , ei fi 'TQ .-.. 31" La g 'f 'I n .- ta., , .. 'Ffh' . :' 11 51 fifw 'K ' 'r ,V . . 11 -V' li' ef., . .0 ,,. A. of A T5 w fu. X 6115- 5.3, 9 L fz - ,1 V 12 . l- ,Q , Lt " in 'Ji' 4 ,slag Track Season 1913 1 May 16-State Intercollegiate Meet, at 'Stillwater 100 Yard Dash. . . Shot Put .... . Mile Run .... Discus Throw. . . 880 Yard Run .... High jump ,... . .... Lively, Baptist College, First, Lowry, Oklahoma, . . . - ' .. ..Snyder, Oklahoma, First, Baten, Baptist College Claridge, A. 8: M., third. Time, 101 5 s Allen, Kendall, and Meacham, Oklahoma, tied third. Distance, 40 feet, 3 inches. fNew recordj ....GrifFith, Northwestern, first, Barnes, A. 8: M., second, Dendy, Oklahoma, third. Time, 4 minutes, 34 345 seconds. C New recordj. ' . . .... Risen, Oklahoma, first, Sandefur, Northwestern, second, Minten, A. 8z M., third. Distance, 121 feet, Qyz inches. fNew recordj. ...Trent, A. 8z M., first, Helbach, Southwestern, second, Hansen, Oklahoma, third.l Time, 2 minutes, 1-5 sec- ond. fTie recordj. Jacobs, Oklahoma, First, Randle, Southwestern, second, Baten, Baptist College, third. Height, 5 feet, 10M inches. QNew recordl. 120 Yard Hurdles ..... .Jacobs, Oklahoma, iirst, D. Lowry, Oklahoma, second, 220 Yard Dash.. 220 Yard Hurdles Hammer Throw. Two Mile Run . 440 Yard Dash. . . Mile Relay .... Pole Vault .... Broad Jump. . . Final Score .... .. Jacobs, Oklahoma, First, Claridge, VA, 8g M, . Oklahoma, first, 49M points, A. 8: M., second, 37 Rapp, A. 8: M., third. Time, 16 3-5 seconds. . .... T. Lowry, Oklahoma, first, Lively, Baptist College, second, Reynolds, Southwestern, third. Time, 23 seconds. .. . .. . . Jacobs, Oklahoma, first, Baten, Baptist College, second, ' Cobb, A. 8: M., third. Time, 26 seconds. . . . . . . Minten, A. 8a M., first, Allen, Kendall, second, Meacham, Oklahoma, third. Distance, 121 feet, 10M inches. .. ...Hopgood, A. 8z M.,'first, Eaton, Kingfisher, second, Payne, A. 8: M., third. Time, 10 minutes, 6 seconds. fNew recordb. , ' -- A --Lively, Baptist College, first, Watson A. 8: M. second' Claridge, A. 8: MZ, third. Time, iil 1-5 seconds. 1 ---0k1ah0mH. F11'SfS A. 8: M., second, Baptist College, third. Time, 3 minutes, 27 2-5 seconds. 2 - - - Randle, Southwestern, first, Payne and Houston, both of A. 8: M., tied for second. Height, 10 feet, 5124 inches.. Baten, Baptist College, third. Distance, 21 feet inches. 2 - Baptist College, third, 22 points. 1 ' ,' 1100 Yard Dash. . . . zzo Yard Dash. . . 16 Pound .Shot .... 16 Pound Hammer ........ 0 . Broad Jump ..... 440 Yard Dash .... 220 Yard Low Hurdles .... 880 Yard Run. . 120 Yard High Hurdles .... Pole Vault .... Discus Throw ..... ..... High Jump .... Mile Run ..... Relay Race .... Final Score. . .f ' ' .Trackiseam 1913 1 April '27fTexas Meet. at Norman P Hoover 1T.j firstg Adams 1T.Q second. Time, 10 seconds. Lowry 10.1 iirstg Hoover 1T.J second. Time, 23 4-5 seconds. Snyder 1O.j iirstg feet. .Niblo'1T.J firstg Q feet. Vining 1T.J firstg 5M inches. Berry 1T.j second. Distance, 38.71 Jordan 1T.Q second. Distance, 128.5 Reeds 10.1 second. Distance, 21 feet, Hoover 1T.j Erstg McIntosh 10.5 second. Time 503-5 seconds. . Jacobs 10.5 iirstg seconds. Hansen 10.5 Erstg 3 seconds. Jacobs 10.5 firstg seconds. Courtright 10.5 second. Time 272-5 Mathis 1T.j second. Time, 2 minutes, Littlefield 1T.j second. Time, 161-5 Stanley 1T.J i-irstg Reeds 10.J second. Height, 10 feet. Berry 1T.j Firstg feet. Iacobs 10.2 first IIM5 inches. Mathis 1T.j First, 9 Risen 10.3 second. 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Height, 10 feet, 92 inches. fNew recordl. 120 Yard High Hurdles-Pittman, Ardmore, first. Time, 18 seconds. ' ' Discus Throw-F. Carmichael, U. P. S., first. Distance, 105 feet, 456 inches. 220 Yard Dash-Nielson, Ardmore, first. Time, 241-5 seconds. High Jump-Patton, Cherokee, first. Height, 5 feet, 7 inches. Mile Run-Rife, U. P. S., first. Time, 4 minutes, 55 seconds. 1 . Hammer Throw-Welborne, Chickasha, first. Distance, 142 feet, 65A inches. 440 Yard Dash-Nielson, Ardmore, first. Time, 52 3-5 seizonds. Broad Jump-Nielson, Ardmore, first. Distance, 21 feet, 5 inches. 220 Yard Low Hurdles-Campbell, Cherokee, first. Time, 28 seconds. Relay Race-U. P. S., first. Time, 3 minutes, 39 3-5 seconds. Summary of points: U. P. S., first, 535 Ardmore, second, 275 Cherokee, third, 26. 'All-round champion, Claude Nie1son,, Ardmore, 20 points. Class B 100 Yard Dash--J. Galloway, Hobart, first. Time, 103-5 seconds. Shot Put-Thoes, El Reno, first. Distance, 42 feet, 8M inches. Half-Mile Run-Brown, Carmen, first. Time, 2 minutes, 11 seconds. Pole Vault-Ziegler, Newkirk, first. Height, 10 feet, 2M inches. 120 Yard High Hurdles-Boyd, Norman, First. Time, 181-5 seconds. '- Discus Throw-Ziegler, Newkirk, first. Distance, 98 feet, SM inches. 220 Yard Dash-J. Galloway, Hobart, first. Time, 24 seconds. I High Jump-Woods, Altus, first. Height, 5 feet, 10M inches. CNew recordj. - Mile Run-Brown, Carmen, first. Time, 4 minutes, 56 seconds. Hammer Throw-C. Denny, Stillwater, first. Distance, 123 feet, 4M inches. 440 Yard Dash-J. Galloway, Hobart, first. Time, 55 seconds. .Broad Jump-Woods, Altus, first. Distance, 20 feet, 10M inches. 220 Yard Low Hurdles-Boyd, Norman, first. Time, 28 4-5 seconds Relay Race-Madill, first. Time, 3 minutes, 48 1-5 seconds. ' ' Summary of points: Hobart, 18, and Norman, 18, tie for first, Altus, third, 15. All-round champion, J. Galloway, Hobart, 15 points. tim e it fi. 154 T. 5. -nv.-.fr if-A' - ,,,f,r1, . 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In F acultate James Buchanan James Felgar ' Sardis Hadsell Harold Bozell John Darling Angelo Scott Edward Witeher Leonard Nice In Urbe Harley Hoskins Members 1914 Dana Tisdel John Rogers David Markham 1915 Robert Galbreath Raymond Dawson Henry Furman Joseph Gentry George Burress 1916 John Sharp Grant Blanchard Albert Pyle Albert Moore Sherman Rogers Frank Reed Harry Jones 1917 Clifford Hardin William Sherrow Emery Cook Cephas LeForce 9 Pledges H. Lee Minton Wm. C. Kite Homer Montgomery Stratton Kernodle Don Cameron Chester Cohagan F' mv, 1 X 4155 W it X-. . in-113' X ,Lf is 'Alu 4 j m- W ,Lu 1-A I -' 1 ,-N. ,I as '2 v Z U. Q63 rl l I J s P ISO . ' i IX . 4 I A 1fQg'f5mJ?:M I X I X ' y Qoxgig '-Cmbfyi v Q V, I ':.:sg4m4,,?w:Q": T ,.'v-, A' wr' K Pg if ' ."' Y? M fit-2 '.,' Q 2220, - ' X 9 2" M mf A 1 A2 f . ,:.ygf?g,, " 1 PYT Y' 1 I W Beta lhetla P1 V 1 if 'N ,L NYM J F M r f rw 'Wifi - Cook Jones Moore Dawson Montgomery Witcher J. Rogers N-Nfl M Reed LeForce Markham Galbreath Burress Gentry Pyle Sherrow ,"'.NXj S. Rogers Blanchard Furman Hardin Sharp Tisdel f 3,ff5j x ti 3 f ., , L '1""Lr .Q my at F! V 1 ll' X . 5"1'Qf"'52i34"f y Qi! 1 , 1 ,lux 5 1 , , iriiwl I? AP Y my a , X ,X ku rg xc- M 1 f 1 . '-,X-' :W fi X ' .N-gqrs. N 1 V 1-4.1-Ffaii., ani!-2533 'L L , 'Tile'-rm If' .xl in ' ' K' K E215 L' 1 , 1 w.,y'L4'Q1??L Hn. W AAS .qiuff ,, rf, 5 .5 055- -PM -J'1f"lh3 if :Z'.,,t'q ly r M I .7 1 44,1:,',.f ' r 1. .51-1 fi 9+ 1, 'yr 'J 2 V ' fp L -44 g ,gl ' 'J mf f T "f'W:!.r 4-CQ!! f: gf T437 RW DTV-'+' :-. rqwnw! .W '1. , ' , 'H' 2, "'X,,jv ff ,'- AX' "int H M 'fb 1. 155 ' XQJQLI-tffii g fe' V ' N.1S'ifwnCo,4f 'M ffcf V ' , ' TT -, , "YT" A 'Ke :rf I" of Lf fa P' Y " ,M r. 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' ' ' gf., fy1fiL5:3,Uf3L 1 he , Sigma Nu Delta Epsilon Chapter In Facultate, " Joseph Paxton V Errett Newby jesse Rader Earle Porter, Ben Owen In Urbe Tom Carey I Members 1914 Charles Berry Orel Busby Claude Reeds Harry Scott 1915 Curry Bell John Bell Paul Darrough Robert Dunn James Hill Blaine Judy Prentice Lively Milton Meyer Charles Shapard Homa Wood Virgil Wood 1916 Hubert Clift Jesse Fields Robert Goodrich Robert Jackson Elmer Ponder 1917 Claude Foster Leland Hines Reno Stroube Hubert Uri Harry Wirick Pledges William Clark Clarence McKinney Clifford Meyer 1909 ' KJ. fe -Aefkigg -, , , 1 f X , QW, 211 . 5552 if l l i v wry , , , , 3 .. A - ' wilt'-,. ' ""' j- ' "-'sw ' - ,.:v1g"'gji! -' X " , if'rfHoT.fi3,i5 ' A' -' ' 1--1, L f"X wwf ' -' A jf? F I ' 1Ja'fl,.1.f ' 'I K ' 1 ' V V239 'ffl Q -fF: 1l"3 , 1' 2? !"" A Fai, 'Q M ' ' f d,4-..-, .. P211-fE"'wEQ , -W A - spat? - 'fp 5, el gg4,Jf--H I Sigma Nu W n 1 N fs? ifi N X, X. J Hill J. Bell Wirick C. 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H. Felgar Mrs. L. J. Edwards Mrs. J. F. Paxton Mrs. Mrs. Mrs F. Holmberg R. V. Downing In Urbe B. G. Owen Howard Browne W. J. Armstrong Mrs. H. V. Bozell Mrs. Mrs. Pi C. Kidd Mrs J. W. Capshaw Mrs Pearl Goodrich Members 1914 Luella Bretch Olive Eagleton Elizabeth Eagleton Louise Hatchett Virginia Tolbert 1915 Marian Brooks Grace Williams Laurel True Lorena Cruce 1916 Elaine Buxton Freda Reed Ruth Tolbert 1917 Harriet Patrick Ethel Maude Smith Elizabeth Witcher Pledges Lucile Westervelt Alva Jarboe V Pauline Carr Neva Rogers ,,..,., I., A. e - . ,Tr y , . -'S1f'-'.s- af wa 1 N f IJ J W, W...-.,, ,., A X ., , ,.,, H. -if Ei If FQ? ' M A., J ,, ,.., .V , - rl . . JF r. I ,. w r gif' Mi, 5, nf l ,. iq.:-r-,gm r' U1 u fav-qv" - gEr:,1,'mf ' 1 k W V .Miata Q, X , 4 . my 1 . .., .Q:..fg.. W V . ' - .sgbbiff V A V P , 1 A 'K k L A35 H V 1.Ait,L4,,: , -I 1. 1 W ,I i. inns? 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" J ' - - ,v.f,,5--,V U1-5fn1.f ,ykwsft-,"r ,, . . --. vfxv sm+Mwxr,ai.zl.,.:'5 Siglna Epsilon. if . Kappa Chapter 1909 - 1 '12 2 ' I 9 r i - QSOONE .a., V ' Q2 'i N 5 -- -- In Facultate - ull - ii l f w ' Q ' 4 ' ' ii me 1, H. B. Dwight - wh W e irfg-Qi 'I In Urbe f ' E R. B. McMillan - g m. -V Y Ralph Hardy 'i 'KT-H " -"i"' ' Charles johnson Thomas Mayfield g Members I - I l fl . K" . SNL! if -K, Eb 4412 "1" ,N rf N 1+-,J - 7, fx.,- , AE, ,,mLM25Q.f,J X xx 3'5i'.' ,z YV' Y.--X - - ,-yi Luge, V 'pic XL I 3 fi fu, 5272- ti,fg4-iii ! H . A-!f5'T1?f! Qui j4L',?:'5 if-fl 1-'if '.f',' Jimi' 1 f 'G' W 2 ,-', ., f 2-Lf F ii 11w'3'w- Qi f ,Q ,Q ik?-ff' Qqjffskg 3564 x of W1 3 i Fl - -1, yr 4-"1 :,,:-1,4--2' " " flaw , My .N f ' V, I 'I K -:? Q, I Wifi"-I fra - , '.,,f, nj? ' yy! f -'-,J-v . , is ' 9 'im fa L 7' 'If 1914 A Donald Bretch Winfred Capshaw Fred. Hansen Norman Reynolds William Stigler 1915 Elmer Capshaw Walter Cralle John Jacobs Neil Johnson Berry Peterson Sidney Roberts Benton Snyder 1917 Bourke Bayless Leon Brogan Leon Brown John Charles Harvey Collins John Gidney Merle Howard Herman Grimes Eugene McMahon Eugene Monnet Lee Sneed William Vernor Ben Weimer Henry White 1916 Wayne Bayless Cecil Cotton Montford Johnson Virgil Knudson f'fff'.'---, I- FM ,.'h . .5151 ' - 1,5 , .fl K i 2. , f 1 -eg y. l 's QM , 1 '5'll3'i3lP75Waw X, fi ,jf 5 A iff , W, W . ,..' dw -7 - ,- ' """i"f' " W ' '.9?'i'w. ,, j Ng. ' - fb, I f li L AsXg5.:3,:g2",ggf7lj2f l g Q "f Tff X' sigi' .A"1. Jill , fl- T E 5' ' V ' fl A- . . Kei g Slgma Alpha Epsilon .-V Z 550 , N x 4 5:45 ix A ' l l W f his 1 , Xi5-g- ' 'lk seg M sf 4 eva wx , 5c3,:,:.. . ii!-QR , Snyder Brown 'N. Johnson Peterson F. Capshaw Vernor E, Capshaw Sneed lex 1 . Jacobs Knudson Stlgler Cralle Charles W. Bayless McMahon White B. 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Griffin Mrs. Irving Perrine In Urbe 9 Ethel Van Camp' Bobo' Alice Himes Ann McCall Lottie Taylor ., Dorothy Bell L Members ' ' 1914 Lina Bryan Ruth Aughinbaugh Helen Pyle Floy Weaver 1915 Ruth Parks Nell Dashner Pauline Bretch Bess McMillan Eva Lee Helen Anderson 1916 Carrie Martin Etta Nairn Orene Wagner Eleanor Hanford Emelyn Miller 1917 Marcia Purcell Elizabeth Boyd Florence Wagner Glenn Harrell Jewell Patchell Mary McMillan Kathryn Reed ' Pledges Lee Stigler Nell Dyer Helen Beattie 1 ,3X,X.5XX,,X.+, he . H 'V QQ ' r -' ,f.n!f-' . Y '."' ' ' e " , , 7 ' Qfwjf' ,-" ' ,, ' Q D ,. .WF V. ,L ,V h Q. A fi V . .X 'N Q ?MQX?.igEXE..A.. X X. X X 4X I l- 9x A 1. l 'A -l rf . . 'fi-L. K M" f 'Q " f M ,-,. im. -Q.-iff-..l,e., X - X ,g NM, .. ' 5 H1 -fm'-?'w'U7!. X1 ,,... , 1 r ' 'r'- X. 21-,L '. xl 4 Pi Beta Phi Q 1 T 17 , il 'So 5 4 . E 'JN l ' 'X ' ' 1 . 7 . l xxx . . .f,.::El . X . f u EN 4 . ggi , bvx, ,,,., R - lr? . Dashner Purcell B. McMillan Bryan Patchell Reed X2 Rx-.Xyf F. Wagner M. 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' ,4 2- PFW- .. , , V I iff" :sigh 1 gf.-"Q ' is ,. e'M151tf", ' vP":'f'T -,A x 'lx I 1 but fx' ' Y K if 'a w . htm" ea- W WW 1:1-' ,r . mei Q, ' -1 ,-,Tk C : 2'-Ki ,I-93.1, I ,1 W -qi. I N. ,ty , 1 t ' Sl jj 'W IN iffy 'f': pm ' 'mv L 114 Wie, ni' 5'1" egg ii pry ,,.. in K ,eta-give Q .K fe ' 7,25 HRA, sf' ' -. MQ ',"' . . 1 f . -- 1 L 7 ' f.,. 1, , 5, ,, 14. A -, .. .- ,:. 4' ,, , k ,466 '4 lei 'gi Sigma, Chi Beta Kappa Chapter 1912 In Facultute Henry H. Lane' Theodore H. Brewer Lloyd B. Curtis G. F. Buttram Members 1914 Newton Bollman Herbert Sapper Sabert Hott Raymond Courtright William Eagleton Earl Yeakel Oscar Welch Lloyd Hibbard Henry Weedn Terrence Westhafer Arthur Imel Eugene Sutherland 1915 Lee Jones William Howell Roy Van Lewis Ray Flood Grady Kirby Fred Shepler William Corkill 1916 Reginald Hocker Murel Carpenter Harry Oderman Christy Russell Mitchell Harrison 1917 Ralph,Weir Homer Courtright Leon Humphries Jules Dubois Lee Huntington Ivin Richardson ,rr 7, V Qu . 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' Q' '1' V",- 1-' - Me... Sigma Tau Omega Local, Organized 1912 Patronesses Mrs. J. C. Monnet Mrs.'H. B. Dwight Mrs. John Alley In Urbe Eloise Eagleton Elva McFerron Gittinger Members 1914 Perrill Munch Marie Anderson Beulah Hurst Roberta Robey Avis Barbour Florence Van Buskirk 1915 Nellie McFerron Lucile Robey 1916 Ruth Klinglesmith Stella Ostenberg Lillian White 1917 Mary Gordon Alma Clark rfiqf , . ,.r. ww. A ,,, 4 .1 ,W . h 5 :. .v 4 WA, 9 Sk I A3 AW 'C X Q, i'i?f,W s f ' MPLS 1 Mai I :Q ff.: vita, , ',1 WUQ--'!'I':'Qf' ,f .6 ,QQ 'K , Sigma Tau Omega lc- -, K.. i P W 1' me mi, 1 'X x, Kxinglesmirh Hurst R. Robey White Barbour L' Robey Anderson Ostenberg Eagleton McFerron VanBuskirk Clark Munch Gordon 1 by ,y","' x ' , I - .f . 'x f ' ' .Q . X.. 1 X , V 9 E .f '59 rw . A Al 'x I Xml . 1 lx If A f W, xv V, . IL J' , '1 ' ' - ' a pJ,im':3 3 -f y' x J Y ' V' ,A Z--Xxg 5 '. 7+ ' , -1 E x 4 S K 1 , .V X i So! 4 f' X Nixx . Zxxb . V I f . XR --., ', lmfrlfl 'N , ? QQLA:-,m NX! 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Giard Louis Cogsvqell Lewis Salter V Errett Newby Walter Capshaw Members 1915 Ray Flood Ralph Shead 1916 Grant Blanchard Harry Oderman Henry White iss ' ' 9 ., - f -f.1 ., 3- ' - W. h,L1,km r' I ' A . IGI. " 'T 1' 1 rf V K Fw We I , my, F01 5 ,- X e W' -' 1 ' ' "' - 3' . f- '-Lf4'1'-" f ' .-. -- rf-, 1' fk " V' V ,i?'1Wff"f" "gr . A ' v aw.. f Jr"""'fqi1A,.. t-1, I I mfkzg Sify., N X. I lm . -- Q X ' 1 Y x 5 N, 4 H 5133 f,vf'r3'T '- 'x 1 J 'Q-FV' .,. wiv My Q n...i'g'.j-3 R wg- ,ww ..v... . YS: v naw: ,K , 5..,p.- 2 A., .513 L7 "Aim T411 'Q V ' A. ,. 'N sf l . Uv' N bv ' vf. k4Q fa fp 'zt no Ig '12-'gf 3 ' LEW x ,sf 1 HJ V1 .M X ml' l aj, nl PX -M iki aft 'rn v . P . V 1,7 - , J My -1. 'F I A al ii 0,5 54 F , E' y 9231: gggbtf lflf I : 4" 1-bf? jfkv, fffif ew , LJA Phi Mu Alpha Blanchard Schmidt Newby Courtright Holmberg Salter Tisdel Curtis Foster T. Lowry Toomer D. 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Reed 1916 Tom Lowry Dick Lowry Charles Berry Earl Yeakel George Harris ' 188 ' w,:,A.,,-x-fl. 1 ' , P " M ":.'.,U!lxlQI'l,iL9:v ' uf' W-1 by , , ,qvzff L -M. U I 153 ,. hip ., f . W? 12? . , .T lm , ,..u,i5f -- ,U .,,l N fi " 4. iiff f 4 ,-XY! I !So 5 4 Q f f4'ffw'r 1 r- '443:M'. ', 'qt'z'v.144?','2 ' , .. Q Q T . l A EHQ ffiS?E5"'lf,:: M 4 I"?ep '-N a I Ax .W wr l Hu . 1 1' 1-ri ' 'A Z 'X ' 'jiligzufx' . 3 N-'X sf , Q , M 1 jury., I R rffqv .' 114 rf H '1 by ' li 5? ,J -5 sl 1 1, 5 3' ' gi M ,A ga , A 1 f I K 1 ,f ' lg, X, .. g XX, Ll" I 1 55 Hx. - 4' yn, , ' E 'W HS' ' ' . ,, 1 A 'WR?"f M311 ,. H - PQI - ' f,,l' ' L'a??fpi' .5 ff 'fy ,P v f,4'rL?5"Qr'f,f: - 'l'5'ff?f-, if ' is ,im . l Wg 3,5 -I 1 I E Y I 'E,x"'.'l ll A ' I - My "r :fi-fWf ,f 'Sify 3 5.341 4 ' "?'f?T3'-U5 Q-fffm ez wr -. f - ,,j.g1g'fr,b 541 fi' fri '15 k Alun T F- HQIXXKK ,wh V. 189 r:4Qf,f'fff'! 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Morgan Members 1914 1915 Edgar Meacham Andrew Boatman Charley Rogers Orel Busby ' William Goe Leonard Logan Harry Scott 'Henry Furman Seward Sheldon Homa Wood John Harley 1916 Earl Christmas x A 1 W 0 . L 'im to .:.:X-.Mt-f'F3f', ' umm ,ul ,M f?'::rm.f,jX .. ' ' ' W lj ,p',w.f3a1,w P' '. -,13,3,w.,1.gw . - . 11, ,,.' . 25535 lmg,,.,1 -.K ' 4320 ' ' m i "F , 1 1 M '4l5.'E'diL5',,v4Q fr 'Q 'A ' ' V' A 2' pg M X' we " ' ' ' ' 31,3 V. , . I N N ' ., . ' fa , 1-f-fP+ev':g:-Af-' - , , ' wfferfq, r 1 Y-is '.w, l, Y . , W2 'N A'Yss.5r X l "' ,,1f'3 'i? 1 v , ' -' :HTL , ff:-1 , 'L ' , i fz4f::lM f55u gV,,+f15-:11r,.'-fffun ik '51-..Z',5f 'il' , W E , ..'fff25':f' mfV ,N ii? 5",:",'f j.fZf?5t'W'f3'SLQH".' .2.-mul. 1- , ,P f, 1 U Ag , ff. ,g I I -. f'v2-4. In , mv A-4-A 5, 1-'iwflf Ma, ,L K.-1' K X ' -i lf Xl . 1 5 K fl' Q J 4 , , W X I , f Q 4 ,w "v 1 , , . 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Senate John Eischeid Fred Hansen Forum Ural Rowe Harry Halley House of Representatives Eugene McMahon Montford johnson Websterian Edgar Wax Jackson Willis Secretary Treasurer Members - Zetalethian Nellie Jane McFerron Ione Blackert .Philologian Ruth Tolbert Elizabeth Klein Faculty Prof. H. H. Foster ' Prof. Julien C. Monnet Mr. B. F. Tanner Wg'-'ha .kk A '4 351 'cfj ' ,. v L' I al. - Q A 'AY : X -fee. . 1 ,'..-. -1 , , lfiiiff 91, . W ff' L' 'N 1 ' M LZ 2 ' I Oratorical Council N 4 mf, x ii , Tl - 11 lL '1 , ilu . M lyjlj 1, 5 4 if 5 X z 'll 1 ' f . 1 w X ' A I , I FX X ' 2 l " , l Q I ' '. Eischeid Rowe McMahon Monnet Stevenson Hansen Wax Willis ' Westfall Blackert Halley Klein Tanner Tolbert Waldrep McFerron Rogers . lu Ip , ldv Sul .1 W. ii? g 1 , 4" '7' 1 4 M J. V.., .WN law.. . ' ,,-..,,-gk ji .LQ . .N '-3 K N ij T4 R tk . . X 'kfpbi , N . .N E 3.5 Virii.. 1 XXX! XE i K' X. ' l ITN f l 'll 1. EVIL, 5... ,J .W X,,fL' . 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Y. ro fl ,A , 2 M 'L' 'DSR "Resolved, that deposits in all banks should be guaranteed by a government tax on all deposits." W 'I 214 ,za CU . C75 .CQ 'ff 5 -vi .. - il-' l J GNU N ..al5"'1 SEQ , x, . ,' ,,. ,fe .1- .uk B 9 N p I lf 43 . - 3 'flfiffat ft. fi 'fl ffqxttx fi , D 1 Qi, 9 'lm V 'iff rf W 1: , ,gi V If gre' A sz. ,, ,i R .1 A " 212102 ' t X vm. 14 ,gvff mfg ' yn 1 :f-, e 3 ,ai .7 1. 'LX if S' ,5. I State Oratorioal Contest Q' a , L. -W I ,F --A' -' a I V .. A -X . fj,'-.1 ' . . ,,,- f CHARLES B. STEELE The State Oratorical Contest will be held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, May 1, 1914. This is the annual contest held under the auspices of the State Oratoricalf Association. Two prizes of Fifty and twenty-live dollars each are given to the two winning highest honors. Charles B. Steele will represent the University of Oklahoma in this con- test this year. The subject of his oration is, "Efficiency and Democracy." V, . 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Sergeant-at-Arms Members Fritz Aurin Roy Cox Walter Cralle Paul Darrough Ray Dawson Samuel Dendy Walter Ditzler William Eagleton john Eischeid Joseph Foth Henry Furman Roy Graham Fred Hansen Lloyd Graves 216 Lowrey Harrell Walter Helmick Louis Hoskins Frank Howe Sherman Huffman Leonard Logan Clifford Loucks Robert Parkhurst Robert Pruett Sidney Roberts Luther White William Stigler Terrence Westhafer Lewis Morris wi -QU g -T?-er. "I1fu 'r11? 4 ' ' o W . VL r 2521 .... " '2'!.if", If!- f-1-sS'." ir I. ,W N 'N r, Senate . X 7 - N, l I V v' 1' :Q N qwf .. g I M ,,,....,-.-- f- -.XX V-N ' ,X xl .So 9.2 219141- 'X N X rm-U r .N . ,gf ' 'Ski' 5 ,A 'ci sf--4. ' x Ci.--' X xl ,NN . 75 s ,Xxx ,v . r ifyiffl, ,X .X fiiff' l Y K ' I 'I pf, ff 3 r J' . 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Officers ' 4 l Andrew Boatman. . . .......... ...... , . . .President Af Clarence Cowden. , . .... Vice-President X Sallie Long ........ ' ..... Secretary Lowrey Harrell .. .... .. .... Treasurer - Arrffk . Vf ' ng 7 ,V ' ., -fr a-Q mf,-A. - , .- VFW' N ,, . 'if fp.,-' iffaf ' ff ixX.,,1 Wh?- " 4 fi 1 f no 435,56 uw W4 vfgijhl 'f v Council Terrence Weslthafer Hiram Impson Bourke Bayless Josephine Lawhead ASabert Hott Sidney Roberts Clarence Nichols Claude Reeds Fred Hansen Earl Christmas ' l , 1 , lx a V '1T'::,,::fm,. - Iliff .e,, 4 av I,-Q'--':3Qsj'l 5 ' l ' gfsp. y l g., Fl ff: E , 4 f'A:'j-! .I if , .5 lx ll I -4 f1 'J ll1.f, ' , fi , if " ' q N 1' w r' yi! I, .: ,lf f-wig' r 5-A , FV- ,' , 1 - 5' 'En C' ci V, rin' 'n K f 521114 ' 31,6 'I ff' :G z-is su 1? a " s X K v. ,1 ,X , ' W -, ,. f -, ,,, V5 ...R r? H . if s A ' y ..,, - C " 1 4. 'Wu 1 N I l IV V . M- J. r. - Q,-.,-uw W H l I '- X 1-:H V nfl- - if H a 1 ff l f "xii ,l 1 f ry fi i.fj,EvQ ' Wa .1 1" la, .A i 4 iv ' 5 Ill! 4 . 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J l. 4 f .4 I CITlY OIKLAIIOMA 1 4-50 FIRE -'PIIITCJF IQCNPINIS O1 " ' .,,m 150 m,m..s .piflwm Bun. sum In smu V qllx H 'gli Eli: gi ml .,., zsu Rvmmx .mn nam 51.5010 szsn ,mi l LQ 1,5-Ag . ll ilu in so Sumplu lemma szfm up li E 'T B U T..-0 Pwrsorrs an 1, lawn. :ew fm.: one.:-:Ulf '7 3 4 ' i n F i-l -- .. .... l?r ng ggm ,.f'.fl" ff,' 'rwu c'.xlf'l1::-1--1-uncles slcxsllzlnlz ll fl 1 1: Af 1 -5 : .Hu -T U - ll- 1 . u 1 rw: ns . J L- up li lvmm.l1,.y Lum-11, Am.- UID WHT HT-,ll g g , -.f -imf,WIQ1-l'l'l'l'l-1 I 1w.l.1.? ll'llulu Dfmwf, :sf lr- 'Ill'l5ll'f feffrlmul 'lg l ""' ' a " vlvlllfl ' .4 LA 1:41:15 smnrzs ,412-1LL HOURS ' llfllf Hi ill lil 'lfgelflw' 495 A fn, , , , v . LEE - I1 I l CIKINS H'OTEL , . PHONE lOl Phono Orders Given Special Attention PHONE 247 NI C G I N L E Y Grocery and Meat Market The Very Besi Goods at Reasonable Prices Prompt Delivery to all Parts of the City F. J. MCGINLEY, Norman, Oklahoma 1 ., Paving the Way for the Future HEN we see a young man entering the University we know that young man is looking for something that will always be an aid to him and we say he has used good judg- ment. Our line of merchandise is selected for young men who are capable of knowing what real value is. Our prices are not high but the quality is there. MOOMAU 81 KIMBERLIN y "They Dress the Men and Boys" NORMAN, OKLAHONIA FOR '1'IrIE DIAN Let Us furnish YVHO SI-IAVES . your home FURNITURE Fine Picture Framing a Specialty Meyer, Meyer SEE FRED REED Q DRUGGIST, NORINIAN. OKLA. Vivre f' il . ,lif,!f431g: 'p?'m'Lg,:Q.yI,Q' .X 1 I s W 5 D w r:ou.vN!s, liigf 1 J V Sprmg,191Q' f . - I If -r 'V .v'.-5 .A x.,! To Our Sohobl Friends: V A4 Qf A great impression that ing, binding and in the state. ffou will doubtless in knowing that this printed and bound in City, an illustration Q The mejor port1on'of'the ings were mgda under our .supervision by Standard Engraving Company Qin Oklahoma We wish to im ress 'ion fact that we have made it ossible 'buy such printing at home. A- t ne1p'11e to man THE K . V, ,:.,,.i, , : .qwd . 1 .W , iff , Y-, X, ., -- ' 1? "Q ,-f f'e5','fi-is 1 e MTI-IE EMPIRE" 12-I--126 NVEST DIAIN, OICLAIIONIA CITY The Finest Billiard Parlor in the Southwest WE CATER TO THE BEST A "The rowdy element eliminated" CIJYDIE WVASleII5lT12N, NIGR. YO 11 will some day i build cz home-- Before you do---See Us Carey, Lombard, Young Sz Company ' l B ' l . Q Berry S Fmest Dress Goods rry S -1- i and Silks -I- i YA The Home of -I- WALK-OVER Hart' Shfwrner SC Other accessories in keeping i SHOES Marx l with these high grade lines for CLOTHING Men and ll7omen . ,A,.. .. ., . I - 5,1 51 . . V' L ,I pl L , lb ,I ,, I 513 pf sl-.Jiri Q V 1 96 fywuihuhlun-hr. V. 1 It 1,1 217 mfllql I , 1 ' H ':l'. 1' I' '-l-1-r 1, ' -' h'l'yin 'i ff IQI - I' , .l'1r'lL 'Q firing , 'r,g,,v,: I fm: , 1 li,i1Q1:ljg,2ib1. 5 'f"-"' rl -' I :ij,f.I-1' "3 1I71L1m1g.1q:,n':n' f N? ,, 0 .gx 'f ,fz YV, " 'J slug ,:n:g1ql,,w1qi,L"--ifLjtgm, E H If aA2zfm2'v',lrxv'vNrvvQ h -5.- lfilll, 514 mi: ,l1f'.fi5fQ5f"fQ'fT DQU. vu 1 .-. Q, " fl ' -1 We Invite You to Visit Our New Hom-e On March lst We moved from our old location at 117-119 West Grand to the building pictured above, Baum Building The Most Complete Men's and Boys' Store in the Entire State is here. We carry at all times the best to be had in lV1en's and Boys' Wear at very reasonable prices '.. 946'ZY',Qf 5,2 ' GRAND AND ROBINSON N 1 sf"?if ,A -ug, i ,1,.,i,, , k hifi-- f Ni-lr . , 'fr Sn' Qu, K. W in in - we , . 227, , :ff v gy Qgfrsz 54-f 1 - ' , W, ., , 'in f' flaw mf i if K, Svmgthv The highest stand- ard of excellence is characteristic of the photographic productions of this Studio. Photo- graphs in the 1914 Sooner were taken in our Studio unuuu Munn.. Madam Roseberry DRESSMAKER Builder and Designer of any and all , Good Gowns Phone Walnut 2702 225 1-2 West Main Street Oklahoma City BARBOUR'S SANITARY GROCERX' Fancy and Staple Groceries Acropolis and Frontier Canned Coods Haviland, Bavarian, Austrian Popegossor nnd Fancy China Chase and Sanborn Teas and Cofhres Loose-U7iles Sunshine Specialties N ORMAN'S - LEA DIN fl GiliOCl E RX' 5 Students of the University .of Oklahoma You are always welcome at our store. We want you make it your headquarters when in Oklahoma City. We are close to the Interurban Station and can serve you with light lunches and foun- tain drinks while you are waiting for the car. . ROACH AND VEAZEY DRUG COMPANY Main and Harvey OKLAHOZWIA CITY The Red Elevator S. G. AMBRISTER, Prop. Grain and Coal Phone 199 Norman, Oklahoma ,Y J.-X-.mm , in if , ,f ,W W., ' '. ,4-Nm g V 'E Les! 1,1 . ir 1 " , 'i 5'?fs'1?5 is . : I ei Q, .M , 5. 1 . F531- jrg I , ,arf ., ., , 12.25. V r-1 lie I . saw. -1 liz!-' L v .--51 V , 31, -g. - - is wiv 1 .' fx- I, f?Qip..,j,fa41. . refs.-111137 na., , .. , 1 i'f'5Hwf,1-E F 'l il' f l T Ofgalxigxzdligly Mgiii- lilly jfmlmtzlxe Qlnrhnn Qlzxaficr WICHITA, KAN. 1M1,L,-15, TEXAS J 122 s. nm.. sf. 1207 1-2 Elm clntsgt French and Custom-Made Corsets, Back and Dealers in Theatrical and Fancy Coslumes, Wigs, Masks, Whiskers, Tights, Spangles, Sequins, and all kinds of Fanqy Trimmings ,We have our own factories. Custumes made an .sliorl nal: Front Lace. Special attention given to Abnormal and Surgical Cases FFELEPHONE WALN111' 5900 TERMINAL Mains OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLA. , NORMAN CREAMERY C0. M. C. BOGLF. Prop. Wholesale and Retail Milk and Cream Manufacturers of Ice Cream PEERLESS BAKERY Fine Pastries Bread, Rolls Buns, etc. 1 ,. 7, , ,,,, ,rl FLEMING 8: HOBBS. Props. vuoiw 364 NORMAN, OKLAHOMA 225 East Mui.. . T b , Gem 0 mo R. D. LINDSAY You are invited lo "THE SNIOKFIR " 117 East Main St. Pipes Smokers' Articles ' DRUGS I-uoxls :use NORBIAN, 0IiLAl'IOBlA C. H. NICELIIANX' C1XB fXND l31XGGACili LINE All trains and Cars met. First class service for dances. New Opera Coach. VVedding and funeral Calls. Call Phone 144 or lnlerurban Station E have served you for the past twenty-three years with the best goods for the least money, and will continue to do so. WV. I'I. STLT ISBERI AN ale afiiiillii f " Student Laundry Given Special Attention Best Workmanship and Service Hand Finish It's the Best Norman Steam M. F. Fischer 81 Son Plumbing and Steam Fitting Laundry Phone 7l 121 East Gray Street Norman' Tailor Made Clothes at H-Offze Of YO UN G BROS. fhe Hoosier TAILORS CLEANING AND PRESSING I 208 West Main St. Phone 472 S The 0. K. B2l1'bBf Sl10p socrwrv BIIAND CLOTHES Under New Management 5lAI41?ORX' f'IfxTS ST1XCX'-fXlJiXBIS SHOES First Class Wnrkmcn 2 Clean Towels HOLEPROOF HOSE Hot Baths : High Grade 'l'0niques Used P l C Dress A share of your patronage gg? SuiZS will be greatly appreciated paid 15-gg! I IOS MAIN JACK DAVENPORT OKLAHOMA CITY 5 -L -1 : fir-4,4 4' ' vga: B- i n ,. F, X EA -?. Z: c in , 4 ' 1 " We 'P gaiwf' , -gifffzwf ' .t1fEz,. ivan,-rags vim l Q SYFEEFJI-"V ,- Vfwfru .w h gui Y' mx W Mlm 5 iiii iiT1iQ?QQQ5iE5Z15i M'i5fE,5ET , L UNCHES + CANDIES CJGARS WE CATER TO THE BEST A CLASSY PLACE The Uni Confectionery L. LINDSAY, Proprietor EE THEO. OSTERHAUS for that Spring Suit. YV e guaran- tee perfect fit, satisfaction and workmanship. YVe do high class and artistic tailoring. We have the only fully equipped dry cleaning works in town, and guar- antee our work. No article too deli- cate, no spot too hard to remove. GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED Office Phone 149 Resident Phone 43 7 0 A STORE THAT Guarantees Satisfaction to Every Customer After all, it's satisfaction that you want. Our life-work is to learn and KNOW where good merchandise, of every sort, is produced in the most efficient and economical wayg . and of supplying it to the public. The best goods in every grade at lowest prices for equal quality Sidney L. Brook Dry Goods Company OKLAHOMA CITY BEACON SHOES FOR MEN 553.00 5.53.50 34.00 954.50 Embrace style, quality and comfort. Few equals, no superiors at the price IQRIPPENDOIQF DITTDIAN SHOES FOR VVODIEN 33.00 33.50 S-Loo Buying for cash and selling for cash enables this store to ofer better values Complete line of Dress Goods, Silks, Skirts, Waists and Underwear Courteous treatment accorded to all alike T1-IE HOLLAND CASH STORE ' PHONE 3132 542 UNIVERSITX' BLVD. CAXLLS ALNSNVEIQED PROINIPTLX' A. VV. TOIZSERNIAN STUDENTS' DrI2AX'NIAN IIQANSFER AND BAGClfXGE Dorftforget "TOBY" I HAVE UP-'ro-DATE. BIODERN ROOINIS FOR RENT 5 Y' X. l if 1, V l, , - ,' ,1,fY'2JL,J:: ig . 1-Vwrgi, ,. , , . 3" 'ciirixrkglilir if T' llf-1 A' y,g..1.,h , " , ,Wu-.l,., 1, . if' , w 54 P GLM ,,.:, kay. ., , ,- ,gyzf '- Twffi 34-, " f U II. G. LINDSAY, I' res. J. N. BURNS, V.-Pres. DAISY LINDSAY , Secy BARKER LUMBER COMPANY Everything in Building Material ....i.i- --- LET US FIGURE ON YOUR CEMENT WORK B NORMAN, OKLAHOMA THE PICKARD CONIPANY REAL ESTATE AND FARM LOANS We make Il specialty of CITY REAL ESTATE NORNIAN, 0 Ii LAHO1NIfX .II Ili' 'ff ' Y s5eg,ft',E,'- A ' gm Q'ss5,5,'g',: ' '.Q5g2i,wL,'. , A 5 '. r 5. , fgggsjy,-..'. . . 'ASM . ' 4 1 'SM ., 1 SAPQTLEANLEQ H. DOWNING, President JOHN W. HARBOUR, Vice-President E. K. HIMES, Cashier if25?K Oifliiiiiiiql B. JOHNSON, President WM. SYNNOTT, Cashier PHIL C. KIDD, V BERT BAGGETT, Asst. Cashier E. H. STUBBEMAN, Asst. Cashier - 1 I FIRST NATIONAL N ORMAN, OKLAPIONIA qgflf - awe' CAI'I'FAIJ, 350,000.00 SURPLUS. 320,000.00 ice-Pres. H efore You love, Investigate! Why strain your eyes to dizziness studying by the yellow light of an oil lamp when there is clear thinking to be done? Why live in a stuffy room filled with 'gas and the smell of burning oil when pure healthful air is just as cheap? Why let bad air and poor light clog your brain when the clear white rays of the Electric lamp will be restful to your eyes and leave your head clear for hard thinking? If your neighbor has Electric lights and you have not, just step into his room some evening after dark and compare its light with your own. Study each point of convenience-cleanliness, clearness and beauty-carefully, and then figure out for yourself if it would not pay you to have such a room. No room can be entirely comfortable without such lights, and before you move be sure your new home has that most important convenience. Electric Chaing Dishes, Water Heaters, Irons, Fans, Stoves, Curling Iron Heaters, Toasters, Corn Poppers, and every kind of appliance necessary to make a pleasant room can be had. PHONE 33 orman Milling 85 rain Co. Ll:-i ,ta .JEEP .X . . gtztlla as' .. ,v .4.x.-.f, -1 t + Q F 2 fs! ' ' 'Ski' MT, iff ' Q . , er-5 it ,I-.g ' V agt'ii'!-fF5g2, f 'yr ' plmfi .nj W -'-ti. thi. .' , ml. A q:QQL,ifTK?m, ,. " 1 ' ' 'l ii V ".2.+., ,' " ., ., M I-IONE 448 NOR NIAN, OICLAIIONIA I IONIC 448 NEVV YOIQIK TAIjIJORING ' COMPANX7 l'l. G. G IQEENNI AN, NIANAG me U I"-'l'O-DA'l'lE Nl E lvl C II 18 N 'I' 'FAI LO li I N fl 1-IONE 448 NURBIAN. OICLAIIONIA I IONE 4--L8 The Sooner Barber Shop mmmnnunnnmummu 1uannnummmmmmnnumunuununmnmenenmv11nrmuifnm1nmmumrmmasmunmerammmsuma1n11mmnr1uasumeeu1u1umnW+ +uunuimmeummmnuuu l X R. S. DA VIS, Proprietor W 5 The Finest Equipped Establish- M' ment in the University City V 1 Students, Headquarters i Periodicals to read while you wait' 'Q Leading brands of cigars and I i tobaccos Hot and Cold Baths li, in A IH IIHll!HHIlIlIlNIIHIIHHilllIlilllilllilHHHHill!HHllHHHH1INIHIIIilllH1IiIIHI1HilI!HllNlIt1HNHHiKtiiUHiitIliil!llllllliiwllilllliil l MW' 1 hat re You Going to Be? HAVE YOU ANSWEREDTHAT QUESTION? It is of vital importance that you find the one line of work for which your! tastes, your desires, your nature Hts you. 1 If you know what occupation you are going to follow, the next step is to get the training that will best fit you for that kind of work. If you have not fully decided what you want to be, the best plan is to take a general college course and study as many different subjects as you can. You will find the one that appeals to you the most. Success in life for you depends upon Find-3 ing the proper line of work. Many men and women who are only moderately successful would have achieved real success had they found the proper Field for their labors. 1 You can undertake at once a general college preparation for professional or business life at A , THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA Your own State University offers many avenues of Approach to posi- tions as varied as they are attractive. Some of the vocations for which stu- dents have received their training at the University are named below: Teacher in College Lawyer Teacher in Normal School Physicist Superintendent of Schools Geologist U. S. Survey Work Civil Engineering Chemical Engineering High School Principal Oil and Gas Expert Mechanical Engineering Teacher in High School Cement Expert Mining Geology Teacher in Grade Schools Athletic Coach Municipal Engineering Physician and Surgeon Physical Director Sanitary Engineering Nurse Reporter Banking Pharmacist Editor Accounting Druggist Advertising Manager Insurance Prescription Clerk Bacteriologist Business Manager Drug Analyst Librarian . Consular Service Food 'Analyst Construction Engineer EIOCUII-O11 Chemist Irrigation Engineer Public School Music Music Teacher City or County Engineer Concert Artist Artist Draughtsman Manager Factory Many other lines of work will be open to you after you have received a college education. Business and professional men today are demanding thor- oughly prepared men and women to conduct their enterprises or to work for them. WHY NOT FIT YOURSELF FOR A HIGH CLASS POSITION? TUITION IS FREE. For Further Information, Address ERRETT R. NEWBY. Secretary University of Oklahoma Norman, Oklahoma r . 5 . IV. 'J z -- -- .3 , t ' Qs.- if .MMI J , l"g57fg"'., .2 31.1. 11329517 , h - f . V ?W?Ifi1?fi21:i r 5 ,,i,gMQG..??rfff'Erf 1 Swv 1.-1 Q' n 5 ' 1. S 5 "9'1..1 V, Q:..' , ' 4 Renting of Caps and Gowns to Graduating Classes a Specialty E. R. NIOOISZSE COMPANY NIAICERS 014' CO'lJLEGflATE C.APS, GOWVNS AND I IOODS -1.0 1 4 - 1 G uno ADWVAX' CI-IICACIO Originators of Moore's Ojicial High School Cap and Gown ' ' V 1 A. H. FET .lt I NG 5I1KNUF.Kl"l'UR me on- LQRE EK I JETT E ll F11 ,XT E ll N I'l' X' J E NV EL ll X' 2. 1 ss NOR'l'l'I 1..111151:TY s'1'1:1f:14:'1' BALT1 B10 IIE. B I D. I"1kC'1'0R Y' 2 l 2. Ll'l"l'Ll-I SILK R 1' ST. Memorandum package sent to any fraternity member through the secretary of the chapter. Special designs and estimates farnishe J on medals, rings, pins, for athletic meets, etc. 'iv , 31:11 ',, . J1- wtM.m.: at K IQIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 3 I SI ?I EI EI .. ,. T i.. lm ' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII. ' 1 3 S mzle Wzns E E I Z Z E I I gmIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIE E E I E PIONEER TELEPHONE 62 TELEGRAPH COMPANY EOE """""fQ. . E I L IIMIIIIIIMIIMIIIIIIIIIIM IIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 3 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII '33 o IIE ,, NORMAN'S BRIGHTEST SPOTV Established 1889 I Qbrphrnm Gfhmirr I Good Mzlsic 'I IKII. Clean I ' 1 Comfortable B zP' es mm School and Church Furniture I I ' WE SHOW THAT X "UN1VERSALf' PROGRAM M WEST MAIN ST ":f OKLAHOMA CITY wg , W H152 ' 3.4. M.. .. 1 , PECIAL PRICE TO TUDENTS A Distinct Innovation in Dress Clothes.. We make them- out of very f1ne material, silk lined, 342.50 up i X M, nl wi' I 'I' ' LQLV 7 ' W. , ' v. i ,, ,U 1 , 1 - , v H W ww f if i I Ni 1" 1 ,S ' " ix 1 N xx. V J fl T fb s Business Suits 525.00 up 134 Ziilfwain i FINNINGER ' oKLAHoMA CITY Your Cloihesfor p y p y Spring and Summer 1914 t WE KNOW when you wear f Hart, Shaffner Marx l Clothes you are wearing the best and you'll know it also if you give us a trial - order. Tailoring Perfect, Uesigns strictly the Season's Style Suggestion, Quality POSITIVELY ALL WOOL. Many ideas this season in Clothes that are very diferent from the past and it will be a pleasure for you to take a careful look Our Three Special Priced Numbers for Young Men, 320, 325, .530 Manhattan I Summer Shoes--J. Kc M. fno. B. Stetson Shirts Leather and Canvas Hats Knight, Beck 62 Co. 107 West Main Street, OKLAHOZVIA CITY, OKLA. ORDER BST NIAIL E - II Distance makes no difference. However remote from Oklahoma City your residence may be, you have, in the mail service, a quick and efhcient means of com- munication with Kerr's. Our daily advertising keeps you current with the activities of the store. Write for anything you want that you see advertised. The order will be filled with exactitude and shipped with promti- tude. Furthermore, the shipping charges--parcel post or express will be prepaid. IQERR DRY CIOODS co. OIiL1XHOlVLA CITX' , lj :' ' :fbi " ' it L Q3-ir, Nr Has, - Flifltgffv , Q 1 .- in . fiilfihf-.?l,.,.t I WANTED-Young man or woman who under- stands bookkeeping and shorthand, to take a posit- tion in a Wholesale House. Salary 390.00 per month. We had a chance to H11 the above position the other day, but did not have anyone ready for it. There will be many positions like this, this fall and winter. Why do YOU not get ready to fill one? Write for our catalog and special rates for summer school. Hz'll's Business College OKLAIIOMA CITY, OKLA. Books and Supplies af SMITH'S Pennants, Fountain Pens, Kodalcs and Magazines Home Made Candies, Always Fresh Norman, Oklahoma --NICCALIJS NORMANS GREATEST STO'RE For the past twelve years we have been favored with a goodly share of the patronage of college boys and girls and we feel with this experience that We are in a position to know the class of merchandise that best suits their taste. It has always been our policy to make every effort to handle merchandise in all departments 'that appeals to the col- lege students in quality, style, price and assortment. The college boy or girl wants just the right article at just the right time and at just the right price, and our stock is, more closely watched from time to time that the new items in all lines shall be shown on our shelves before they are shown elsewhere. We make every effort to do a careful, conservative busi- ness in giving those who deserve it what accommodation they require while here at school and are always in a position to serve you in any way you may require. We solicit your business on the merit of our merchandise, the assortment in all lines, the service we can give you and the methods of handling your account. If you were here last year and did not give us a share of your patronage, we ask you to look us up upon your return and if this is your first year we believe it will be of mutual benefit to give us your business. MCCALL'S NORlVIAN'S f3rR,EATEST STORE 2 , mf , 5'j,kff1fE I ,fiigfti ,". 'l' 'W' HJ: mg' . . napa r':'c5'1"i Y 0 E fo H T Q Tzffzlfvl - '. 2 S',xw'x:1U 'K .S 5 y 1, -H" Egg? - jg' 4 f -fa 52eff1'..fs1N- A f, :1u'u"i" . f, :Q ."' 3? if .,. , 2,,5 . V za' H., , 4.9 ., 1 ff , xifgseiji fm- A . -eww -7. t ' i e IW' i ii Baseball and Tennis Supplies T, L. D. SL M. and Wright-Dilson Makes j You Will find ever thin for the baseball and -. s .eee .1 J, . Q' .5 . . , 4j' 7fy, tennis player here. 'lennis Hats and Clothing, p A. Tennis Shoes. Mail orders Filled promptly. Send for Illustrated Sporting Goods Catalogue ii S "The Hardware Storen OKLAHOMA CITY SVFANDARD ENGRAVIN.G CO. Cuts that Print Engraving of Cuts Sharp and Clean Write for Samples 'Y or Schools and and Prices f ,- Colleges a Specialty 1-3 WV. GRAND AVE., OIQLAHONIA CITY' 'cThe University Theatre" THAT NEVV snow We Show the Program that "Makes Time Fly" "The Mutual Movies" . I' A s Your Friend Where He Gets His Clothes If he says they come from OUR SHOP, that customer and his clothes are all the advertising we need BE ONE OF THE ALWAYS PLEASED . Equipped With French and Dry Cleaning and Steam Pressing Machine Nothing too delicate for us to clean JACK BoWER In A 1 ,F -s,51:gg1:,1-1 -' 'raw 54753943 W " F 'il Y 1' zz f ' ',,,,',- Y' Nm ,gsm V .113 L J. .,.f '15 Sf , ft. ,LF 5 C 5 'fiilll u 2.1-es , tg:-,f ' S his 4 -+1 J, ,, ,gt iii? 'IW fi' 'iAs.i2'Qfg?.wF:q :ff45f',S31f' Y 4 f L Draughon Practical Business College Young Man, Young Woman, THINK! ls your Education the kind the business world needs? Do you know Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Type- lt g Can you VVrite, use English, and Spell correctly. If you are not satisfied with your position and salary go to Drauglworfsg they can help you. CORRECT BUSINESS TRAIN ING 5th FLOOR BALTIMORE BUILDING Phone 392 T. M. FLANARY. President OICLAHONIA CITY Every Watch We sell is made and adjusted as a fine timepiece. They have hard tempered steel balance Wheel. The adjustment is con- structive and permanent. mmm,-.-.,,4,,g, ,L , Q9 , , ,,,4.L-,Y,,,,,, U We have the t WX . ELGIN HOWARD S I A IH thln model for K 'A LA 20-year cases for :K 17345 1? 0 0 EXPERT WATCH AND .IENVELRY REPAIRING VV. C. DEAN JEWVELRY CO. 1,87 WEST BIAIN s'r.Rl1:lc'l' OIQLAI-IONIA CITX' l IIII Ii HARTWELUS-the Southwest's Foremost Jewelers and Society Stationers A store--equal in variety and quality of stocks-to the shops of the largest cities, provides College Folk with quick access to the wanted things for personal and Social needs of College Life. We can serve you far quicker-fully as cheaply and satisfactorily as can any house in America. Engraved Stationery, Dance Programsg Invitations, elc.g Fraternity Emblem Pins, etc., to order Wonderful assortments in the famous Crane's and Whiting's Society corres- pondence papersg initial, School or Fraternity monograms engraved to order. Look to us for the unique and new in dance programs and invitations, tally and place cards, etc. Specialists. in fraternity jewelry designing of every nature. Prices thoroughly reasonable. 'FIIE IIAIQTNVELL JEWVELIQX' CTONIIDANY V I r 1 lure 'rum NAME OIKLAIIOBLK CITX' 208 VV. XIIKIN S'rREE'r -sigh " '3 ir ' 'N-Ls P4 663, I t ' - P owers from S' z es , 4 -Q as we U -S5 X are always the most admired 'ewes 'ttf 7 , , , l Being grown in Oklahoma they are fresh and fragrant. Being U X ,f arranged by the artists at Stiles' Flower Store where the newest g f ideas and accessories prevail, they areimost attractive, out of the f' X ordinary. U P'w'1eP- B. X. The Stzles Co. X - 58 cnolmzres AND RET,-ULERS or FLOWERS 202 W, Main Sr. OKLAHOMA CITY Our made-to-measure clothes are different from the other fellow S mari fz'xz'n's too- . for the young man Y Men's Clothiers : OKLAHOMA CITY s I V' 194L1,Y.i'?f'7JsQ .v . iv J p iLk Ng , :Nm ' - .' .' I 'Wi-,tlft-'41--2' gu, ., A f - 1-?. r, ., .. . '35, . , akifffr ' .W f fill' Stiff' ffl? 'PHE ONIIYA B'l'fXNI.l I5AXC'l'lIllINfi .IENVEIQICI2 IN 'PHE S'l'fK'l'IZ K :-f FRATERNITY .md SORORITY PINS A lQE'FZIEISl4IIQ AND COlYfI.1JANY OKLAHOMA CITY, QKLA. " 128 1-2 IV. Second Street Phone Walnut 5932 MUSICAL ART INSTITUTE PFIQIKNIC II.. SQIIEINEIS. FSIQQX Y,x5xaYNfsB.h Y:-'aim QSYERASIID IDIR. All branches of Music, Dramatic Art and Dancing. No need of 0- ing out ofyour own State to get the best of training. For cataiwg or full particulars address FRANK H. SCHEINER, 124 W. 5th St., OKLAHOMA CITY NOTE: A cordial invitation is extended to Norman students to visit and inspect the School. WE WILL GIVE YOU THE BEST VALUES in .Iewelry of any jirm in Oklahoma. Come to us for the latest novelties in jewelry. We keep up-to- the-minute in styles. Quality is our hobbyg we sell nothing but guaranteed quality goods and the price is always moderate, Old jewelry remodeled and made up-to-date. Watch repairing by expert workmen. GOLD AND SILVER PLATING BOA.SEN BROS. 133 DIAIN S'I'llEE'r OKI4rXI'IO1NIfX CITY' i Expert Kodak Finishing, Commercial Photo- . graphy. COPYING AND ENLARGINC GEORE C. WINANS. Prop. E1 PHQNE WALNUT 15 232-QQQQZI ANIIEIZIEIIKQ swf-LIn,Q1QiclIiIxQbIS.IW I I I M Id1c1IQlHIc'f1QI',IIf:I'i-I fxwflfiirzc W 130 WEST O .J-,,.,1,v,f-'fm 1 W -. - ,. Y who .. 4.3 ,.m.'2,rs,-. , !T9lf1.l?li:.,l t,?f!: ,- 1,431-g-, , - , we 4-' --.-1 V -f M,1' 5 . VH,-,I-K 9 M .,!. , .,?.5,,g,g? uv A W 1' A M531 gig. .1 , 5 v L M ' Nik L -vw 3 4 l 1 'L Y :wi ., - Mr Y ' il 325542 X5 - ,,f,x"fn:! mf -7. .o 5. H E . OKLAHOMA , NIAIN N E' CITY -1... N ...-...- A 5 Oklahoma, City's only exclusive Ladiesl Boys, and Childrerfs Shoe Store DO YOUR FEV 3LEASE YOU? Improve your feet in appearance and comfort with our Exclusive Line of EASTERN FOOTWEAR. All kinds of Shoe Novelties. VVe can Ht "the hard tofif'-Widths from AAA ro EE- all materials and colors. Parcel Post and Express paid on Mail Urders. . C. SHOE STOIQE YV. NI. BOfF'1'OlNIS PROPRIETOR W Quality E Comer A WEAVER7S E Drug R Store Have a Drink at our Fountain Grand and Harvey OKLAHOMA CITY Jenkins' Pianos, Pianolas Vic trolas and Everything else in Music You might be sutiyied with an in strument bought elsewhere, you are sure to be with one bought here. WHY TAKE CHANGES? OklaIzoma's ONLY One Price Store Jenkins ' Musz'c Co. 233 Main Street OKLAHOMA CITY Paironize THE SOONER Advertisers 5 Mi-1' ii-1 , 1- - r :- 3 :!,3,w+ ,qL.,'fg43ISf Jfwrfll Mf, l .W , ,.r'vv--a"'f" " ' SQCELLYIES PRINTED BV THE WESTERN BANK SUPPLY OKLAHOMA CITY 4 A mu nf-gm-xx -. 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DRAMATIS PERSONAE John Rogers Lowrey Harrell "Tab" Highley "Leather" Berry Earl Yeakel Sig Alph Freshmen Marcia Purcell Elaine Buxton Hazel johnson Women's Pan-Hellenic Council A Might Have Been But The Freshmen's Favorite A Bum Hunch An Impossibility Not Even a Stag A Blasted Hope The Coy Coquette Fond and Faithful b The Cradle Snatcher The Court of Last Resort 1 278 A ' T. a. . , , , i irq' L .1 . J i :mei 1 his ,, 1 .n 1, l i V t fb? 1 wi.. 2 1' if X ' A ll M. A ,af W nl K: L s 52 ?if'fi?1?' J 4.-:ev 1 N W 1 it Q L bfi 1' a- 5 3 .T Q 3 I l I l v ' 'I . in , .. uw, .y . ,, .rl . 'A f 7 i 1, 6 1 A dill . w e Mfiw Q , ' li. -A., .. 1 .Q 262-j' r 4 .,-. l 1-. 9. .1 'THE UNQROWNED KING: OR, WHY LINA STAGGED IT TO THE A WOMEN'S PAN-HELLENIC. ' ACT I. Scene I. Alarum Without. Enter three hautboys without alarum. First Hautboy: The artful ardent Cupid approaches in the ofiing. Second Hautboy: How know you this? First Hautboy: He's followed by depressed, despondent, dejected, dispas- sionate Green Peas. As they draw night the druidical strains of "Doing That Society Bear" are wafted hither. - Exit Hautboys. Alarum Without. A Enter Cupid and Court laughing. Cupid: , Last year my poisoned arrow did the heart of Carrie sting. That did only riotous discord to the Thetas bring. Court: Relate, my noble lord. Well, thou knowest of the Women's Pan-Hellenic dance. They Cupid: planned with slight to meg hence trouble brews. I took from these same Thetas all desire to bid young Grantg thereby the wrathful Carrie came from out the north. Two bones spent she, her heart so fond to rectify this error. But to no avail. The deed was done. Court: What else, my lord? Cupid: Also the coy coquette I made to pull a bone. The faithful john had to her his allegiance sworn, and had been most prodigal of Hershey bars. But alas, I sent that gallant knight, Sir Lowrey, who lived across the way, into her life, and did upset all plans. Woe, woe to john! My work now but begun I hied me to the Tri-Delt house. Zounds, but I got their goat. Cold turned the heart of Hazel toward Roy Spears and his juvenile clan. All his courting came to naughtg it was the "referee" she caught. You know the one who stands upon his own feet. Thus leagued I, myself, with the evil one. QCheers.J Quick Curtain. ACT II. Scene: Y. W. C. A. Rest Room for Convenience of Mrs. Ina Kidd. Pan-Hellenic Council in Session. Luella Bretch Qslipping rouge box and powder rag into muffj: Oh come on Let's get down to work. Here comes Ina Kidd, and I'm dated at four. Enter. Mrs. Kidd dressed in khaki and broad brimmed hat. Luella Bretch: Now girls, everybody's here, so let's get to work. By this time you all must have decided who to bring, so first thing I shall call for the list of dates. ' Shufliing of papers, giggles from the corners. Luella: Lina, will you please read your list? Lina: We had an awful time deciding on these names. Personally I feel some of us have made mistakes. Now lots of fellows who hang around the house all the time and who are such strong Pi Phi men are not included. This is a source of deep disappointment to me, but after much meditation on the subject I have decided that I cannot bring all the leftovers, so shall come alone. Our list includes "Dutch" Meyer, Lowrey Harrell, Dana Tisdel- girlsl V, .Af .hv wbstyt .3 i -i 4 M .R . ,.,.,, , I n ' 2 4 ' I Z . if 1 11? v 9 ,r n ' 2 . , ,K if .1 H " ' 4 , . if 5 X24 ,I 1, Milf A fp 1 ng ,? ,Q f fini, xiii 1 F A 4 He. , ff ., . wt rx' 1 X t ,." W . 3 Q, l t ' . 'ff' . I STL. Ai .- . .ilu A ' H." ' 'X 4 " p v A. . Y '4 t it . 1 fi NH H3 3 .i ' 549 r t TP ' W wx ,M : iff' 5 -A ,Wivqimi F-1 sw wap.. 1,41 xiii: 'T, . I' ii. 'Ting 193, dw, fi -Ax , , 43726 I S liilnglij Ni,'vElQ' ,MVS ,f 5? . ii!! 'rg 1 , F- "2 yfxfikljl cr ,Q iv JJ f Fu V . . . N fy r E THE UNCROWNED KING, OR, WHY LINA STAGGED IT WOMEN'S PAN-HELLENIC. A 3.-U 4, . lv xi r 'fry U . si SOONE K . A J I A 5 ,. ' . .C-hiya ff. Mx if? cw ' . K my-4-fr' Wg, .... , . ff fx .. ,r fi 'P 515' "1 Y " 'G-"ff -Z Ali' N X , K., , ,a 4.-2.-T13 . ..,,. I N. lk! 51 52,-rw nrt Q 711' JIU Mig 2 ag... :J a L. V , KIM? 'Sig 1, ff Wild consternation from Tri-Delt corner. Agnes Chase tries franticallyto attract attention of president and is at last recognized. Agnes Chase: What does this mean? Do you think that I would let a Pi Phi bring Dana? Not on your life. You know he wouldn't go with anyone but me. we were together as freshmen, as sophomores, as juniors, and now in our last year you plot to ruin me. Madam President, this is an injustice, and one to which I ,do not intend to' submit. Luella: Well, Agnes, this is just between you and the Pi Phis. Settle it as you can. ' , Lina: Madam President, the position taken by Miss Chase astounds me. I know that she and Mr. Tisdel have been together constantly as freshmen, sophomores, and juniors but Oklahoma Alpha of Pi Beta Phi has never entertained Mr. Tisdel and we feel that this is an opportunity that cannot be overlooked. A Agnes Chase: Lina Bryan, I have long felt that you were trying to supplant me in Dana's affections. I now see that my suspicions were justified. You, with your scheming ways, your crafty plans--sobs violently-If I can't take Dana I w0n't go to your blamed old dance. 4 Exit Miss Chase. Lina: Now she's gone, and I'm glad of it. Luella: Go on with your list, Lina. ' Lina: Norman Reynolds, Roy Bledsoe, "Buster" Ambrister-' Mrs. Kidd: What! Let that man go! Not as long as I have a voice in this Pan-Hellenic. In all my four years at Norman I never knew him to take a Uni- versity girl to any social event of importance. Then, too, you know that he is a habitual smoker and sometimes even takes a coke. Lina: I hadn't thought of that. It might be better policy to ask, someone who more often takes University girls. I shall cut his name from the list. Knock at the door. Luella: That must be Claude. I'll have to go. We can continue this meet- ing tomorrow, for Claude simply won't stand for my being late. I ' Curtain. ACT III. Scene: Postoffice on Day Pan-Hellenic Invitations are Expected to Come Out. Air Dense With Smoke. Entire Membership of Each Fraternity - Lounging Against Wall. 'Atmosphere of Intense Suspense. ' Charles Berry: Tom, old boy, I guess this is where you lose out, for Ethel Maude forgot to send in your name. ' Tom Lowry: Even at that I stand as much show as some people I know. "Leather," I'll bet you don't get a bid. I Charles Berry: I sure ought to. I took a Theta to the last Tabasco, a Pi Phi to the Kansas football game, and have a date for Sunday night with a Tri-Delt. Some class, eh? Newt Bollman: That's pretty good, "Leather" but I am willing to bet that more Sigma Chis get bids to the dance than any other fraternity. The girls simply can't turn us down. We have given three formals, two house dances and several dinners. Talk about class. ' - Leon Brogan: Who said that they would have more there than Sig Alph? . ' 'K t , Q, 'U f "QE, ,Tl - tn :L-I if '. ,,L1fj 1. N- 1."f.,w:4-'I wifi: Pi 1' 3 rf 3. 4" ' ...'ff:fs3if:4i I ' r ':5,jg, 1 Y ' I 41' 034 517 ' if ii E A ' 'lj' ., I 3' W.V "f , f 57' H4 . i,+g,.y r ' iff- A . iam ,, U 'J ig, ' 555.7 52' 4 ff U ' "xx ,M L . S 'D ml' I Hit' ,.Q31'i. null ' 1 , 'JW ifp.. V' '71 zso -ww-nf ,L ' 1 ",.'.-:Zg:,1't1'jffI1 ' . 'Wg iff"-li:-.-:LQ 1.4 . 'Exit Q22 ',.l,-J v , an I tt. , .gf 1 ' IW "5 A. ' I pnislff HW, ,-, .,,L..yf,4 ,"'g. ,W , , 'WS . f4 N V ,J iff? f 11 .. 4 .Mfr , Q., , ' QSQ1? 9- ' ll! ' an nw' I 'itil 556. I if Y Q f. , i t X 1 X e- V .i x . 5-gjk. 4 THE UNCROWNED KINGg OR, WHY LINA STAGGED IT TO THE WOMEN'S PAN-HELLENIC. We're sitting pretty at every house, and besides we have the best freshmen delega- tion in school. There will be more Sig Alph freshmen there than all the rest put together. John Rogers: What's going on. I never have much to say, but as for getting a crowd there the Betas must be considered. I myself am perfectly certain to get a bid from Marcia Purcell. Lowrey Harrell: You fool! Do you think that anyone but myself could get that bid? John Rogers: Think so! I think so so strong that I am willing to bet five to one that I get the bid. Lowrey Harrell: Poor old simple boy. It seems a shame to take your money, but here's five dollars. Can you cover it? john Rogers: I don't think I want to bet that much. You see- That's a poor sort of bluff. Lowrey Harrell: You're a fine smuck. John Rogers: I won't take that kind of talk from any man. John strikes Lowrey and a rough and tumble Fight ensues. Ed Mayes enters at door. Ed Mayes: What's the row. You're a regular set of roughnecks to be scuffling in a public place. However, little more can be expected of the University element. Come on, both of you. We're going to see Mayor Oliver. During the commotion windows are raised and the invitations distributed. Tom Lowry: Well, "Leather," I got mine. How many did the Sigma Nus get? Charles Berry: The fellows have already gotten nine and mine is not out yet. There may be some mistake, but I feel no anxiety. Leon Brogan: The devil! Not a Sig Alph freshman got a bid. Tom Lowry: Oh, Newt! How many did you fellows draw? Newt Bollman, with downcast mien, sneaks quietly out without answering, and followed by all the Sigma Chis. Curtain. ,Wi -.,..,...-....,i I- ,... ,...- V YY! 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Tackles, Aleck McKinnon A heavy player who combines his weight with speed and rushes his opponents off their feet. - Guards Alexander Hamilton McKinnon A rangy player of the Keatch- am type Center, Shorty McKinnon Tall and heavy, this player reminds one of the old time centers who played the rover style of game. 5 Quarter Speedy McKinnon Small and fast, Speedy is one of the best Held generals in the west He runs a team with pep and never gets excited. Halfbacks Fatty McKinnon Fatty is a star at either line bucking or circling the ends His interference is excellent. Fullback Assistant Coach McKinnon This player is probably the best all around man in the game today He is the balance-wheel in the backfield, and adds to his value by his able assistance to the coaches in directing the training of the team His famous 'trick of one hand held out in front each. time he carries the ball has caused his name to be a houseword all over the- West. By this simple trick he pokes his Fingers into the tackler's eyes, which not only prevents the tackler from getting him but puts fear into the hearts of 'the opponents. After a game is a few minutes old Aleck can take the balli and go down the Held as in a procession with the tacklers falling away on every side in fear of that dreaded extended hand. FRATERNITY OUALIFICATIONS Kappa Alpha. A city girl and a dress suit. Kappa Sigma. A Kappa Sigma - brother. A l ..- , -T Beta Theta Pi. Formerly exclu- :H gun , siveness, now anything. . Sigma Nu. An athlete from Black- well or U. P. S. ' Sigma Alpha Epsilon. To be good ' ' i looking and live in the house. Sigma Chi. Must be able to teach us how to dance. Q ...Q 2 9 H' K .ff ,- .. ,As ,N if Darwin's Missing Link. L, . L lm. - V 283 ara? ..i-552' 'N Y---5----i I 1- ' ,s I T Uh: xx vii V Ilan. H- Q' . 'il ,M fits?" lDHNG1Nf?f Qp.o.N.ERg 0155. O 1 al x i - as YW E69 if , i ,. --' 7' ""' ll l "" 5 0011.4 ,V .J " - . Pi-PHI. 2.N., resfsrf SAE. X it M il ,Q School ' Huskgfgq. Posrsn5" 5 . . t . Works of Art, Painting and Sculpture . ' ' ,4 X Y. Q VX-ff . " "Old Immortality"-Uncle Buck. I "A Lady of France"-Lucile Dora. "Apple Blossom Time in Normandy"-Faculty Meeting. ff V J "The King's Fool"-Fred Hansen. "The Patriarch"-Jerome Dowd. ' N "The Sphinx"-Prof. Haseman. i I "Venus and Adonis"--Prexy and "The Mollycoddlef' s.....J " "The Super-Cargo"-Stratton D. Ferguson. ' YT N Gi'-" I ' . . . f A "David and Gol1ath"-Prexy and Publicity. "The GleanerS"-Mr. Floyd and other Grindsg almost extinct. "War's Horrors"-Poor Stude, in the Red at the Bank. "Mother, Give Me Three Grains of Corn"-Y. M.-Y. W. Mixer. . "Thrown to the Lions"--Freshmen in Chem. 1, Economics 1, Physics 1 .HI "Ajax Defying the Lightni-ng"-Glee Club on Holiday Trip. ' Q y y "The Marble Faun"-Two hundred sixteen ivory-topped Flunkers. I WL' 1' i Uncle Buck-"I may be mistaken, Dean Monnet Qcalling the rolljfi A Mr. Gentry, but I thought I heard Ambrister . ' you talking during my lecture." Busby ' .'.r' V df' 12 Gentry-"You're mistaken, Pro- Dwight: Cwho was dozing 5' f Aiiiilfgls I fessor I never talk in m slee " "H ll V' IQ. fmffadl . y P. C O. 5 if-L' :fig 4 4 N ,, ,k,k I ' Q 5 t r v -. 1 W V fff X 1 fx ,f.f"'N M yl ,,, - Hx " ' M.. 2-SX, 1 6 V ui 9 '42 . f ,fy 551:1- I f'S-Sf' :- IAQ QM: HISELN -N I X51 I r 1' w '-, l5o E 4 xr' VA f N '-Q51 ' . "HW- . 'X .ily I K 4 K Fi is tix A ' ffRC41f11,- . -Lggg. Q m-M' , if af 1 if T152-nN2.f54iqf??v' , ,n '1 fb 1 9293, xg' .2 5, lK...- , 1 -:TW fd, Lf gif Yi X - Q Y 1 X1 lgiff i g Ax 3 " 1 '- J X xj -1:4 ,a y " w -1' ig-ga' 'w , ff ,Kg -if-. ,, ll 5 km, I X N.. 5 2 F ,. Fa, VH' x z 1 W !:fHi 'l eff" 0 'Iv' 1- X. :L , .zz , . ' li? X X 4 f f+v+4ff?z+,ig mar, , , W fl'iU1'1i' JM Q ff Mi el Aflif if Mfr ' - A tgffi' R :iff -il Ng '. fwfr! GV? x H , 1 I - ', Wf fx ,, t gfl!--Hy, W J, - Dfw gb L -W-ww 5 QATEQAW p img! ,IA 'wb fag 1 iv, ' Tw? 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Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Special meeting called to discuss the political outlook for the second Moved by Brother Hansen that the chapter have every upper classman out oiiice. Motion carried. . , Minutes of last meeting read and burned. Motion made and carried that elec- tioneering at the polls be done away with in the future. Special committee appointed to look up interest of members in student activi- ties reports that Brother Hansen has the best record in the chapter. 'He is an active member in twelve student organizations. Rushing committee reports a good prospect in junior Law class has announced his candidacy for Law representative on Student Council. Committee given pro- visional post-election pledging power. Meeting adjourned after lecture on table manners by Brother Reynolds. FRATERNITY MINUTES NO. 2. Kappa Alpha. Minutes of last meeting read and ordered approved. Carl Whiteman repri- manded by House Committee for raising the shirfgles of the roof by his awful singing. The Quartette reports that it has serenaded the Thetas and Tri-Delts during the past week, and has received an invitation from the Pi Phis. Brother Abernathy asks to be excused from the next meeting as he will have to be in the city on that night. Permission given. Next dance is discussed and committee reports that Pi Phis will furnish fourteen dates. Brother Dannenberg thinks the brothers in the city should bring down their cars for the dance in order' to save cab bills. Meeting adjourned to the Orpheum theatre. ' ,,4s.N-..-N hX idea- +L NEAR JOKES. At the proper time Bob Dunn will ante a penny. 'e Bennie Owen fcalling his menj: f Get in there Hott Hott Hott! Imagine a Sigma Nu without a i 5' soft job. "WZ Y. W. c. A. Cabinet: Not good ' 2-i H enough for heaven- too good to be condemned. Library between 7:30 and 10:00 I p. m., a clearing house for lover af- fairs. 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"spikes" this year, so you can see that you are being honored. Beta Theta Pi. All the United States Supreme Court judges are Betas. You've read George Fitch in the Post. We have the Finest chapter at Mich- igan. Our house at Syracuse cost S35,000. We've always been social stars. just look at john and Dana, and the Theta house is in our back yard. Besides this, We are all nice boys. , Sigma Nu. We had more important offices last year than any other bunch. Claude Reeds will make the All-Missouri Yalley. All the basketball men are ours. We have four members on the faculty. Didn't you know that "Bennie" is one of us? Sigma Alpha Epsilon. Look at this scrap book. Every one says that! "Bink" was the best O. U. ever produced. Hansen won the oratorieal contest last year, and belongs to more organizations than any man in school. You've just got to join us. Lock the door, Reynolds. Sigma Chi. We are the newest bunch but we have more dances than any other frat. This is the scholarship cup. We have four men on the fodt- ball team. Haven't you heard about "Corky?" Turn on the pianola, Reggie. -41...-i NonM.xN,0KI.x..f.zi - ima-, No.w235,,,, Tun FIRST NATIONAIA -BANK B S - I 2 3 P.w'ro,.,1liQ7Ql5Tf....Q5i5Al'4Q'?X,,,C,QM,B!31fX -- ,. on lsiamuflz S67.2.2.l.... ,,-1: 5i.x,lIunC!11ed,,:1ud. 5ey,e:1tj.a1.v1o ,a.nd,,2l,flO Ora L-.. 1- . 7- - .. - ..,,l9oi.i,,ms ff Co .. r ng, ,-.Ee.ta-lP1et.r1-.B.i ner-. ,- Milli! Fl John Rogers T rw,-Mar,cl1,1 to April 1. inc, 'u D. .. 3 .,.. .,f,, . Qrvf Z Wiki QA ' , H, 1' K, ajffyixl I' ' t , 5, f ff. 4 'f V: if J, F, . l X . ,XI if ki, 1 . I Efye' ' ' 37: IH ' 11:2 1 17. L 3.5. V .A Y.-Era. 0-:J 1 n W 1 idx ' Lrfr A iff ,mvfjff 5 X, 'S' M"Xi L' 11, d 5 . ' 4 w 55 ff if ,S-1 IW' f f?1Hlf.fQ.fz ihig LE' gy ' ifis -5m'4 I f!b limb ' 5 . "gf , 51, ' 1 ' M JEJE' Q , L I , ,rwfugv 1 4' Q! ,A , ,Q we . A -v I 1 . A , . ' 1 . 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'ff '??.i. , ' ww ' .- :w',. ca . - , fb?-- . ' -tying? ' ig.:-2 if-4. ffl' ' - U n ' ' ' iffifki I f-34' -5,-1? 1- - .Q ' 5- ' M ' FRATERNITY MINUTES NO. 3. - Sigma Chi. i X A Q' Meeting called to order by Supreme Triumvir. Seconds Triumvirf moves that 'the chapter have a full dress open house. Brother Spears' objects' the score that he cannot secure a vest of suflicient length to cover all I between the top of his trousers and his shirt bosom. Brother Hott also opposes but the motion is carried with only two dissenting votes. Brothers Yeakel Courtright are appointed to round up a sufficient number of dress suits. h - U Brother Hocker moves, as an expedient, to invite the Phi Delta Phis-to have their next luncheon at the Sigma Chi house. Brother Courtright argues, in opposition to the motion, that the move could not be profitable to any except lawyers- and possibly not to them-and that it might bring about an extra expense. Motion lost. Brother Howell moves that a committee be appointed which shall attempt to secure the King Hall addition for a chapter house. Motion carried with only the dissenting votes of Brothers Courtright and Shepler. Brother Shepler consents to vote for the motion on the condition that the Aughinbaughs be secured as King Hall chaperones. Meeting closes with the touching little ballad, "It's So Far From the Sigma Chi House to King Hall." FRATERNITY MINUTES NO. 4. Sigma Nu. ' Meeting called to order by the Chief Snake. Roll caU and Brothers J. Bell, Reeds, Ponder, Fields, and Clift found absent. Snake excuses their absence since they are upholding their respective honors on the Sigma Nu team. S Brother Wood moves that the chapter make an effort to substitute the Sigma Nu yell for Hi Rickety at the basketball games. Chief Snake reprimands Brother Berry for whispering in meeting, whereupon Brother Berry states that, being confused as to the meaning of the motion, he was Jseeking information of Brother Wood. Chief Snake orders Brother Scott to draw a picture for Charley. . Brother Fields, having entered the chapter room, moves that he be refunded from his October board bill the price of one night's lodging. The matter is referred to Brothers Darrough and Porter for investigation. ' Committee instructed by Snake to investigate as to why the assistanbtreasurer- ship did not go to a Sigma Nu. . Moved to adjourn. Brother Berry rises to ask permission for a word. Granted. He states that he understands Brother Wood's motion and will vote for it. - Meeting adjourns. Sooner Four, pausing. Applause. Love is two damn things after Request from above: ffwonft you each other. LOWREY HARRELL. sing 'Honey'?" Juanita W., in li- Life is one damn thing after an- quid tones: "Yes, please sing, hon- other. JOHN ROGERS. CY-H Speaking of language sharks, has Dave Lowry, ardently: "We'l1 anyone ever accused Miss Doraof sing ALL night long." , knowing how to talk in French? F rr. --W .-... ,.......-- W. .. . . ,, I y :Xxx t ANNOUNCEMENT Mr. Frederick Hansen, celebrity, wishes to announce before we go any further that his actions have been , . ,ul , , .1 .'- HB" 4 lx. 4, .A such during his brilliant college ca- M reer that his name cannot in any 3,511-,.,.q525El ', way be connected with any scandal ,..L - l . . . . '1 NW' Ad which may Find 1ts way into this f'l" "' v rtise . ' 1?W'S2' .. '4' c e memo sanctum of libel. We wouldn't . , jsa f r . . "H?,2.d5s'flf KAPPA SIGMA BOARDING romise to leave out Fredd1e's name, ' P .cya me CLUB. so he wants us to make known to .M New Students are asked to give the gossxps that his fair name re- 53? sv- Q us 3 C311 at our new home just north mains unsulhed, whatever we may ' N of our old home in the brick house. say. ' V We will give the same service as --"' M Q 'N ,,,f ' M 1 formerly. Two French chefs have f X 1 3195: . Freshman and Senior walkin 1 ggfifiig, , been added to the kitchen force, and . g X J - .44 1 . home from recital: i - F all the delectables will be served to ,, . if ,ig it gf-it 1 y our order What made Miss Snyder close fm 1-2 ' Y ' . her eyes when she sang?" -mv Only a few rooms left in our new ,, . , . , 1..- . . . Why, didn t you know she IS ten- 5- annex. It is shown in the above pic- ?,, X B Aw ture der-hearted. ff!-my .gy 4 ' , , "Well, what does that have to do HP ' - e H For reservations write to . h ?,, ix E ,VV ,J wit her eyes. 3 -Rn! ll '6 HARRY HANADARKOU BROWN A'Why, she can't bear to see any- ky ' P R,',f Steward body suffer." gf - ' A 1 ' Hr-f, W, M ' " ' yr V- 3.1.1-wg -,.' ' 1,Q'a.1 r', L M I . : 'L ' fi. i - .U v ., T- ,.., T.. .M -' O .U ' 'f 1 I if . 5 S -' O47-A 'I""'7'ff,??' ' xl --' ny ly .A E. K ,, 1 f 3 gi 5 igiiei-4 sei - " Q--ee Y' ' '-Ella. 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Dr. Blesh and Dr. Smith had me m the Wallace position and were trying to put on a Lain plate with a Hatchett Dr Alford was there to give the aneshetic Before he started I told him he had better listen to my Hartford had been beating Howard ever since Moorman's last quiz But he poured on the ether and I began to get Looney. I imagined that everything was going wrong They got me in an awful Mess-en-baugh came rushing m and hollered out, 'What you fellows doing here? Cant you Reed? You are doing the Hull thing wrong. Then a small, dark, chubby surgeon stuck his head in at the-door and asked, "Wats-on? Why don't you do that under local?" I suppose I must have gone into a deeper state of narcosis or something about then, for my mind seemed to change from this state of confusion and took a more romantic turn. I imagined I got mixed up with a Miss P. who came Todd-ling along out on West Buxton Avenue. She was young, her eyes sparkled like the reflected sun from a Martin's feathers, and her fair White skin contrasted with her Cole black hair. The gown she wore looked like it had been designed by a Parisian Taylor. I started to Jolly her, but I saw right away that she was going to get Riley so I began to recite some love lines to her from Burns. I slipped my arms around her waist and r fiiig ,,, to I X- Q , . i' l E H SL . sg. , 1 . ,F W, .. , U5 W I Q 1' in ,A V Ni l x mn, Qi N P' its just as I started to say, "You Will be mine," Drs. Sorgartz and Bolend came up from behind and shouted, "Look out, you'1l Fowler." We went on then till we came to a restaurant with a big cabbage painted on the window and above it was the legend, "von Wede1's Cafe." We went in and seated ourselves. Dr. Ferguson and Dr. Davis were at the table next to us and I noticed that they both kept an Eye on us. They used their Ears too and got so Nosy that I felt like going over and taking them by the Throat. Waiter Jim brought us the menu card. I looked at it and said, "Bring me some of that Fish," and after the lady studied it a while she said, "I guess I'll have some of that Cunning-ham yes, and waiter, serve it a la Motte, please." I looked around just then and saw a tall, slim man by the name of Winningham coming in the door. He looked mad and was making right for us. I thought here was where I had better beat it, so I grabbed up my hat and said, "Good Day." - VARSITY CHAMPIONS Oratory-Fred Shepler. Flinch-Bob Dunn Poker-Bob Witcher Lady Fusser-Archibald McCul- TROUT - lough. Sprinter-Prof. Paxton Wisdom-Marshall Harris Dancing-"Little Eva" Snyder A Hot Air and Slush-jCr0rI1C D'0Wd Booster-Sooner Mollycoddle Modesty-Triple tie between D. 'Preston McCalib, Bill McNeley and 6-- sf-N I W4 I-i ERB C-,oss Fist-llrae. .-f---"w- Z-17-'J ,,Z'-1 ,ix .Nb lf? 'FISHI A X X-i wise- I A ' f n 1 f L . XJ 1. ,q,+ ' I , rf '- zf 'L 4 f Walter Morrow. TFT' Tri " M . ... . 4 541-lit' 1t"' . 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" H' OLD CLOTHES WANTED. 3 H aww.. - Hy, , ,-A4193 in vc -v 31,11 vi-',L'1 ,ag '1- J :tif 1153.1 y -fx - 41' . Mfr? UW. -f Uv li WM' 1 .L , Mgt' U jLiG',vfiqi95 'Q 'wig O . .. ,L ., The Betas would like to buy'as . many second hand suits, hats, shoes. collars, shirts, ties, sox, etc., as are available. "Bobby" Galbreath came back last month and took away all his clothes. As a result the Betas are attending classes by proxy, and have cancelled all dance and dinner dates. They promise to step out F , V. 4' .., . 5' 5 some next fall when "Bobby" comes , . ,. - A Mal' back to school. F11-L. f ' f?i4f"Wi??' rl f 294 5 s4J.,H,Q,, T N 'Q 5 A ff . , ...-. .h ifi ' '11-f ' '21 . fag' 7.-sf: -45.3 N L 1 rx M 5 ,F 'f' if 4? f. . ini-fig! X bnnlnmym ,,,.M...... -vi , 'N 1 f ,-ni Raj wi . , ' X I . 'i 'Y r- L ,gi ' i 15" 'a...'1!. V4 ' ' 'V X .lx , hx! 'Has anybody here seen "Trim?" When last heard of he was bound NOTICE TO FUSSERS We desire to annqblnce that we are giving several courses in cam- pusology, rushing tactics and fuss- ing, the courses to run through the whole year. Classes held only on warm, clear days. Those desiring to enroll in any of these courses will find us on the library steps any day between one and one-thirty P, M. BESS MERKLE AND GRACE STILES. 3 T l I . ppp I lm. ! L50 -' I 3 4 N 4 Q f. Q ...aff . 331' .'fxfZ!'?"'14' Zu.: 41: K A tw- ' w w 'a!- 'ws f. A 'f c .a M, . .yr . get 3 ,e.' -sip. W I my.-'Wa i ' fix'-1 r 'F X if 7 J-it Q at if A L V r x lr ,,,. E. ,L QQ? M :mx Y ffm? Q, , l Nt' is 3 , 'N X X Ax I X fi kj fi? , ,gl jim? . , , 4 f."gi, ,r -1 , 3 " E ff- 'eff " f , . A ,X W. y, 1 ff' ' ' gf 1 A 2? for Noo Yawk to study the profes- 1 13,9 5 H KW! i 6 sion of pen pushing. His friends I X1 1 I 1 se X .A A ,. have failed to reach him by corre- 2 i x , W f spondence, and have decided that A ' A this is the time he has chosen for his Q '1 - 5 V fvfv i f " 1- qt.. annual disappearance. We are ex- V, 'F Q , .'e,g .ff 1gg.g. ' - 'P . . . . . 11 flu.n.1'f, 'VEi?-' . r pectmg him back any day, as "Trim" - , 1' i 1 5:-wi Q in A U I ix, .1,-.fl ff L V' lil! always comes back. He will be 1 'J ' i3,.j,L'5j'fff' 'pf' J.: here to lug the pig skin against the A , 4 big teams next fall. Any informa- .f 1 ' if ' '93, - tion as to his whereabouts will , 'mgifgm-A Q 2 ,' -' , ' 1: ,J ' ' .V . 7954 I gf: lighten the anxiety of "Spot," Har- W, ., gm grlgvsll S7 F '-'-Ap xg vey, and others. N In Ei Mflhlif 'I 43221 liar? ,3 V V M-V i?iZ7,LQfxvYF 'M 257 ri vy ii 1- if ' af .AX f fy, - " Wi? ,ST -Ii 'if rf'-'iii' 44 - may yu -My Vlj,,!j4.,,, 295 'Viv ,Y 'Is I .' N1 ' rf 644' 1- - ea. '- I t L., '.i-1.43" M. 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Prof. Brewer: "Miss Phillips, did you ever read Romeo and Juliet ?" Miss Phillips: "I have read Romeo but I have never read ju- liet. D 1' 'ci LOST My reputation as the best orator in Oklahoma. Fred Hansen. One misplaced eyebrow. Has a tendency to be black and curl up at the ends. Return to Roy St. Lewis, Kappa Sigma house. My ability to cut the political pie. Bess McMillan. Tri-Delt standing with the Sigma Chis. Chuck Rogers from the Bachelors' Club. Some of our verdant manners. Class '17. All hopes of popularity. Sigma Chi. Yg.,..,,, ' a i r? 'K 'T 'TTT nf: .f l fi a':31'f'ZA"'A 4 n' ' agq. l .1 4 -f i-.Eat ,ffl So - ' l 'ffm-,:. V. . 'J 3 r' F ,f , :rn ,..u.-,,-'f,'s " ,ul we- +V -, ,,.'.1.n 'f .-:lr 5. , , ...pix .affmfrlxg .1 .4 "1'5'.- ,"' ,y if- .f iffy: we .VA I N- " ,ez-H .Lx Q egguvyr. ,. ,gn '3 LQ. 4 .fqff , -Mele' ' . ,. .-551.14 - h 2.3-.ivy A , . Q .- g -V: x NN-.E .X 'Q -was 545 334 f K w +11 1 gf'-14 jam: L... .. 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Stolen 313 Bo d Street Norman Y Q - Dear Harry :- ff ' , Since "pride goes before a fall" it becomes especially necessary 'for the Adviser of Women to be careful whom she chooses to support her tottering footsteps through the mazes of the "one-step" and the "hesitation." Do you think you could manage to pilot me through the Theta dance on the evening of the twenty-first of February? The girls would love to have you come, and so should I. , Cordially yours, Tuesday the tenth. LOUISA BROOKE. ,ry V I .IA NSI 1' 'bA - , Q4 W I 'X lx , gf jtw1 X 2 2 qlkf . X 'fmt , - ff 7 5 , U1 , iff Rf X., " X W X x 35 RQ ?" 59? is g ' ,951 I liar! IJ Sf' Rini 1 I iq nl U -ff-NM ' 4 ,. N 15 X ,. Wil ,Soo 1 4 . l 'Uk' 1, uf 'VI 15: W 'xx F' Q .X E f, ,:,g. x- . , x S' 'Tp E H xi V iw Q f 'Xl 1 P ' "i. . 7 ,. 'ffilf' 151. 1 K' Q-fxjf' ,ff If Q- .1 1 XX 1, XNf,f-7 W , X 7 w -,m ' 1 , f ' - 4" mu kj ,Tr 1 - --XN, ,. , u 1, , ,.,,N?' Qf , 'WF 115-f-.f.' 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Every- thing sold to students at triple prices. .y','. X,, V5 2S05NE'Fll l 4 . gi, .x, 1 . l ' ' 7 1 v X I iff i 'J-KX-E3 1 X- .' , f 1" -me-'Z' "px 1- YF? .yrx 1, x .V 1 Us . L -Nl 4 1 X! lnflq 5 Mgt? -W 1 I , 1 1 .Exif I, gg. ,V iso ,.11M , f 'H . VI 'qlfvfcfari Alina - if -M" I - . l ' ' 4 Prof. Morgan: "You know, I have f ,Q-ff J: 1 'x . f r' ' 2' never gotten through congratulating I I v 4 lp l V! myself that I am not a teacher in a ' ,Z 1 X' V yx,..,f X J high school." E Z' pf u ' Q r ,' C 'V lrjlxi ' Barbour's Drug Clerk: "How's 2' fp' , N, that, Leftie Louie?" I Vw V M Al' . . .. ' 1 fiiizfl-Z.-ff: Q" ,V Prof. Mor an rollin a cigar- ff , ,fy wk g g za I3 , A, L.. ...gy-b ff? G. ettej: "I don't have to set a moral if iff, example for the boys nor escort the 5 'fuk -I .'.f"xMf' young lady teachers to church on jxsip, , - H r -: L f pw we m y 3 , Sunday night. g V., , ' .: G. 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' 'E' Vsgf - Y , . ,IQ Wg., Q ,w.,E,i3' ' ' W, fgwvw-'-'Q4f ' 1 54ff" - ' fi" ff. -'J .ff - ., - 1, . , . , V: fa-,5 4 ",-3'- . sig -- -.11-'.,f:gj ,A -f'ff3s.ff5-F ' ' "f"3!g3i4?5Ti9,.?,,1' - ' " "i"'?'..,."N 3. 4 N 1' Q V FRATERNITY MINUTES NO. 5. Beta Theta Pi. p ' p Meeting opened by prayer from Brother Witcher. ' Prayer interrupted by the necessity of Brother Rogers' reprimanding Brother Montgomery for missing the spittoon. Bother Rogers fined ten cents. Brother Montgomery fined fifty cents. Motion entered by Brother Sherrow to forbid brothers' bringing visiting Y. M. Ca A. notables- to the Beta house. Motion stoutly defended by Brothers Galbreath, S. Rogers, Montgomery and Gentry, and opposed by Brothers Furman, Dawson, Sherrow and Witcher. Motion lost by vote of the chair. Brother Chairman makes short talk recommending brothers to restrain their appetites till grace is said when Brother Witcher brings company to dinner. Phone rings and Brother Tisdel asks to be excused to answer it. Social committee reports dates for informal dance. Brother john Rogers raises an objection to the great number of Thetas invited, but is cooled by Brother Dawson who makes mention of the "Deposed King." I Adjournment. Brother Tisdel did not return to the meeting. FRATERNITY MINUTES NO. 6. Kappa Sigma. The brothers reluctantly leave an exciting game of after dinner hotas to be called to order by the Grand Vizier. Minutes of last meeting read. Brother Smiser objects to mention in the minutes of his motion to have a mirror placed in the chapter room. Minutes corrected and approved. I Brother Taliaferro wishes to be informed as to whether Beelzebub was really a' Kappa Sig, or was the song just made up. Reply given to the brother by the Grand Vizier under the cover of secrecy. Five minutes intermission to allow Brother Smiser to teach the brothers the "rocking horse." Grand Vizier is so pleased with the dance that he instructs Brother Smiser to teach the step to the freshmen immediately. Brothers Ledbetter and Bledsoe are instructed to teach the freshmen how to step in the city, also. ., W Kg:f'5i?5:. ' ,-1. smxyf' - .T ei-.hijqagg ' A' -,:: -, .iq -fa ,sv ' vqpggfgjxuw rj is eftffffe- 'r rw' , ' it Q., ' x '., ., flip S-ji i, llc! .fg,,jf.1w , l 42.35-f f X ixsf..-1" Brother Orr-announces that McCall has a few more mackinaws and that he ,J would be pleased to have Kappa Sigs get them so as to give the fraternity a "dis- tinctively individualistic air." M Adjourned after chanting the national ditty: ' ' We all have heard that .little song, The one that says that Beta dog il . "-fe-..xBut,-noyytwe,know it's phoney- , Ate Kappa Sig Bologna. filgq A M ', Till ? FUSSERS H ,C-ffirw' , Supreme Seeker of Soulmates ........ . . .--. .... Raymond Courtright Most Eminent ane ollier .... --...... D - K. 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X l it ,A '2,-5 r ,wtf 1 Qi-L Wif i f -'ft 'ftifsfiffiz .V-up .xgxx m- -i Athletic Council ' An organization for the promotion of athletics at the University of Oklahoma, noted for its willingness to be run by that most famous man, Mr. Ben Owen. ' Minutes of Last Meeting ' Roll call showed Curry Bell absent. Bozell gains floor and launches into exhaustive discussion of great expense the association has been to in the matter of supplying material to freshman gym classes. Felgar takes opposite view and states that it is the duty of the association to furnish apparatus to budding young athletes. Other members give their opinions. Lane is silent on the matter. Alley moves that the matter be left to Mr. Owen who is in a position to know more about it than the members. Motion carries. Matter of Stillwater game brought up and discussed by Bozell and Felgari Capshaw moved that Bennie iind out about the attitude of Still- water and report at next meeting. Motion carried. New swimming pool discussed, but Bozell and Felgar fail to agree. Upon motion the matter is referred to Mr. Owen for a conference with Dr. Darling. Decided to leave final arrangement of football schedule to Coach Owen. Bennie given full power to look after game with Chicago White Sox. After a short talk by Mr. Owen, meeting adjourned. E E To Roy St. Lewis c , 1 Twinkle, twinkle, little hair, How I wonder what you "air," Up above that lip so brave, , Why the devil don't you shave? -f ,. I wish to announce to my students beginning with the first of this year all my classes will begin ten minutes late. PROF. PERRINE. Who's shedding tears? Poor Roy Spearsg ' "" " iff. fx' V ' ,X X Wg, gmgt 4, l f lil 1' i . l A b 4 o , e-4M P A ' ati fm.. .. .,..ag'. 'ta 1 V-feel M 7' f Fifa f!':2f'1,' ' 'lists . .,,. ,,. ' A 11' V:-rig' . -v, w. .fm-'li-'59, ' Yrs l Qgtififidfrftzefwiff .qv y fire! U at riff' Le tg.. ix l .ii , . XJ 1. 2- .ru if ea . , . 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TOBACCO Everything H 0 E Student h P t s ze Sizzzni 13 211151 Q Hp 55:15 X Lunches .B Cigars Candies Cold Drinks .1 Books Stationery Fountain Pens Pencils, Ink Pennants Post Cards Tablets Quiz Books Hot Drinks Paper Toilet Articles n V Corner of E EI Banquets cz C ampusf . t S peczaliy if K X i 2-,z.,lf zu :za wilsi -wi - hz- ,-:'f.,.q,g2-fw, gg . ., .1 A f, f l -... ,J b ' '71 f'i'ir.L'515!ig?'.FA2b.izFf3,:'114 .15-TU' 1,rr7?'jJf5 ' , an w 1 . CRITTE DEN' ATHE PLACE TO GET . Good Things to Eat Full Line of Fancy and staples Groceries, Fresh Fruit, Vegetables and Meats Eggs, Butter, Chickens and all kinds of Feed delivered Free to your door L , .,-Qu, W. H. CRITTEQWNQQEN x K fi 'X . . +'i'lg,o" 71,7 ,L ,H-'Q 8 , f 1 W Vfxgrlger w' is if , .X L K. p- . gQ5ig:55.laf1- 4 , , asia l. a',,e ' 1 'f-- , -F, ,mi Q- M , V, 1,-1,::f.v '-:E N-Qtr'-Fm. Y 'f ,. dir J ' -"Si" 4-ue' ' I QI . X! ' 3 jf' ,,, . I- ,H 'nw l lf,-. iz -M,-.W --- ,ff 1,-,f-,' .lg , , 4 fav' or . , ' , Mister Christmas, don't be bashful! When you wonder down my wa just stroll in the big front door, Hang up your hat and stay! Come let's discuss some stories For the journalism ,"crew," 0 ' MJ in ,, , 'N C l ' 5 . 4 . . 4 , U if - J' - 3, Till forgetting of the worries, .fgiw if , 4 All my childish dreams come true! " f' ,, "Wd ' ' 'K :fi-1 N Mister Christmas, don't be bashful! 'N -. . Any time you come along, ly You are welcome at Minteer's, A U' And we'll sing a happy song! I fi ' . I A Needn't wait upon engagements, i Ziiglig A 1 Any time you chance this way, L5' ixnxlf ust ou come into the arlor, ' li, ii ' y p ' X ' ' And hang up your hat to stay! N -L 1 xox. - Q I We can read up for our classes, ' J ij? ' .'552.3'l, I . . . . ' W l Till ten-thirty in the night, ' ,isa-. 1 fx: . . '. gggf. iligg':. E t t f the b.o a h of Then weill do a little courtm' , ,:Q"4,'?1j ' m 1 r . . wa, 1 C X mc fo ' g P y We can do that without light. lv- Mr. Fred Hansen, entitled "Myself flffggjdgfgf -Q "" r and Other Great Men I Have Met," -.af E ' 1 5, from the chapter wherein is related X FV' 'll his adventures with the Ben Greet , 5 in I f ' , "' l X f Playersj: - i l x f l , l Pretty partial Portia placed aipeck - , N l of pinkish peppermints in the pock- ' ,LQ et of handsome Hansen, hitting his . - . .. -. V Y 45- -.HV Y ' heart hard and handing him heaps of A 5" Mft' happiness. Ll ,. 1 WY V' --"si, lt. n - f ,V 3 "ii5i"ll.lM2a V? If I were puzzled as to just what to say, ,I --iff' 'Di ,, hi L" Or what to pdo, and in just what way, w 'Twould do me no good to consult a is-Jfgifi Jk:.v:3:4g ii flirt" K A ' sif7f5fi' 5 A 'Ulf ' " FfH?r"3-Cl"'fif i :f,fQ2'?i,e For everyone from a Z to an A 'iiycf 71637 ,I Q ! , -I Wh 'hflil - M1925 Would answer me only with M A al' ,. ' "You tell 'em." 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Otherwise, little is doing in the way of increasing poweraqf-tl-ie council. Committees on Campus Smoking and Week Night Dates appointed. Meeting adjourned. - A A V 4 ' Green Pea Club ' A A , . john Rogers. . . ..,................,. . . .Chief .Pod Gatherer joe Gordon ...... ...Holder of the Sack Leonard Logan.. . ..... Chief Pod Shucker Pi Beta Phi. . .-- ...... .......... D ealersfin Green Peas Eugene Monet .......... ..... N ow Preparing the Soil D. Presto-lite McCa1ib ................... Application Under Consideration Women's Auxiliary - Lucile Dora ............. -- ......................... Chief Sower of Seed Lydia Robertson Caldwell. . . .... Advertising Manager of Pea Patch POST CHRISTMAS EX- . CHANGE xxx Three smiles and a box of choco- ., lates for a bundle of dates. Doris Mundy. A pair of silk suspenders for one juicy steak. Leonard Logan. A pair of silk gloves and an'Eng- lish A, for a package of cigarettes. Prof. Morgan. 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"Well, there's a couple of ripping good editorials by Lo- "And there's a bird of a leading article by L. M. Logan." "How about exchanges?" "Oh, I wrote them this morning. Got any jokes or car- "Here's some Sooner Sandburs by that crack-a-jack, Lo- gan, L. M. Anything else?" A Logan, L. M.: "Nothing except that short story I wrote last week. Of course it will make a hit." L. M. Logan: "Guess that's about all, then, this month, Leonard. Ought to make a pretty good number after I've drawn the cover, and Buster turns in the usual number of trade ads." Logan, L. M.: "Yep, it sure ought. Well, see you again soon. So long." EE SOME IDEAS OF HEAVEN. - ' Sigma Chi: A frat house near King Hall. Fussers: The University less the Dean of Women. McCa1ib: Talking to an evef ap- preciative audience. Pi Phi: To have a member in Owl and Triangle. Fred Hansen: A little more room in which to talk. Prexy: Assurance of no more Mol- .lycoddles. 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' , ., . :ii "'n'if1,z .':..H. 5 11 A 4 A ,-a ,lv-3 ,gTf? gif?.-,'1 ' 1 fs fa " ,, f gf -e .mi I " ' H 'ir . fl f..f.:xxiff4x'w : 'N u X i ij-61" - Shi: Q0oN.Eg . . I .ty Q1 .1 f ,.e:.a,:-sf' Z' ,ff kv I 9" ff' x , x N, 1 xy l Aff if ax f .sk .-:1 . 'f1i.X,X-If 4:3262 L-' X ,Q 5 l4v,41-Qifftia W mflxxy fy-I Nt 3 uf IWW. 'iw It L 1 ig' it aw' S -c lg' Q f in tk fb - I 1 1 Locals With the thermometer register- ing 105 in the shade last Sunday, steam and hot water began to flow through the radiators. We have, at the instant of going to press, heard of a terrible accident to Orene Wagner yesterday in the Varsity shop. It seems that Orene was worked up considerably over the fact that she was being rushed by Five Sigma Nus and as a result of her agitation failed to locate the chair when she sat down For fur ther particulars see Orene or Wis sy Myers Wlth solemn and imposmg cere monies the new law building was dedicated last Saturday afternoon It is hoped that the law school will be permanently housed by the time the Legislature meets and passes a b1ll providing for the removal of the University to Stillwater and the es tablishment of a barber college on the campus bv' l Last night, Chuck Rogers, wh wrestling with a tough piece of meat let the carving knife slip and cut himself on the mustache, almost put- ting him out of the Senior mustache C0l'1tCS'lZ. il? Edgar Hyde, geology major, has made the startling discovery that this is the 131st anniversary of the birth of Amos Quito, the Hrst mana to cool champagne in an ice pail. Eddie says that little did Amos know that he had set a fash- ion among students interested in the advancement of science and head- aches. Juanita Weatherred is older than I thought she was. I asked her if she ever read Homer's Iliad, and she said she did .when it first came out.- Mrs. Pozozzle. Mr. Herbert fat Walker's, Fixing his eye on the hashj: Pass me the 'Review of Reviews," please. Inquisitive Friend: In what course does your daughter graduate? Bess McMillans Father In 'the course of time ' " " ' ' " ,.fmLf,grg',tE. A . Q Q 5,1 , ffm? ' . AK, '57 ,.... , Lp!! fi ., ki a 'f-x.:i', , 'Q' 'uw , 'F -.f -if .w ' ' .......,,,,..,. . 1 A . I ' I1 - 1 4' v 1A.' 1 Q,. ,QQ Q .. i a..1p3jT5 s -ww M- Q I , nv-f , ' ' 4 r' ' 'KS . I X9 1 ' vw. n .-'ZW' 1. ,Ve t "' .1 wql, '.g fl -JL 1 sig'-1 29 'fff .- f . 4-.,,--, - A, 4.1,- -. ,fx 3 . .A .,.. ,Qu ,ag 4 f, '41!f'A2'ffw4 'X -m.,Q,'k .Q 333 3 . 'K V Q y i .ifm 4? Y . 1 zvvvz-i . ' . 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Anderson, Marie . . Andrew, Ransel ...... Anglea, Hill .....,. ERAL I' E 221 122, 'iliif 7 runes 0 175 Arkansas-Oklaho ma Debate ..... Armstrong, Wvilliam.. Arnold, Mabel ....... Athletic Council .. Aurin, Fritz. ...... Baggett, Bert .. Baines, Roy .... Baker, B. H, Balyeat, Gladys Band ............. Banta, Carl .... Barb, K. B ...... Barber, Avis ....., Bartlett, T. E ..... Barton, Stella Barry, John ..... Baseball 'Team .... Basketball Team .. Bassett, Orval Bates, Claude .. Bates, Sam ..... . ..........60, .....6o, 196, B ..60. ..G0, 179 195 185 109, 132 217, 263 225 253 .82 109 .61. Bayless, -Bourke ..... . . . 105, 171, Bayless, YVayne .... ...,...... Beesley, Wade .. . ...... . . . . Beasley, Wiley . . ......... . . Bell, Curry ........ .... S 2, 117, - Bell, John .......... ...... 1 43, Bennett, Armond . . . .... . . . . Bennett, J. B ....... .... S 2, Berger, Walter 221 171, 2-11 115 2-17 221 120 141, 203 125 148 E756 1 Berrigan, Allegra .... . . ..... . . Berry, Charles ...... .... 6 1, 103, Berry, Raymond Beta Theta Pi .... Biggers, James .. Binkley, James Bird, Jack . ...... Bivens, James .... ...... Blackert, Franz Blackert, lone ........ Blanchard, Grant ..... . ....... , Bledsoe, Roy ..................... . ...103, Boatman, Andrew ................ 61, 103, 191, 219, Bohrer, Claude .................... Bollman, Newton ......... ...... 6 1, Bond, George 167. .82 189 207. 103. 211 165 233 E17 159 Bounds, Robert . .. .. . . Bowen, Clifford .. 'Boydp Elizabeth .. Boyd, Tom ....... Boylan, Ebert ..... 7 Bozell, Prof. H. B .... 7 Bradfield, Samuel .61 .83 Bradley, Frank . . Bradley, Lyle Brake. Charles .... ............ Braucht, Orville .... ...,....... 1 09, Bretch, Don ..... ......... 6 2, 159, . Bretch, Luella ...... ...62, 1.59, 197, Bretch, Pauline ....... .... S 3, 175, 225, Brewer, Otto ........... ........... 2 23, Brewer, Prof, T. H ..... , ........ L ..... " Briegel, Rosetta .... .... S 2, 225, 261, Brogan, Leon ...... ..... 1 09, 171, f Bronough, Zue Mac' .... .... ..... .iffif , . , 1 ' -7.17 1 ., I " nr W' -, wi-lf-fi ' -3 ,' 1. .,1l,-. ..1-.. 1 e I pf:,'5,:::,iQ,5 ww, if 117 .83 .62 113 113 201 171 224 237 263 .48 265 221 161 231 113 250 115 111 229 60 207 117 109 103 244 163 201 181 225 265 229 214 276 268 117 273 251 103 115 272 203 269 S2 272 G1 270 229 134 144 203 273 273 27-1 274 163 181 167 167 181 270 223 227 259 109 165 111 113 161 1S1 111 225 1S7 163 251 111 274 219 229 263 175 113 273 255 189 195 265 203 203 185 239 249 275 191 26S 231 173 llrooks, Florence .. ,, , , Brooks, Louisa ......... . .... Hrooks, Marian ,.... ...... . ..S3, Brooks, Pres. Stratton IJ .... .... Brown. A1'thur ........... .... .... .... Brown, Flavinus , ....... ....... ..,.... . Brown. Harry. . . . . .... 62, 163 201, Brown, James . . ............. . . Brown, John .... , .,.,,,,,,,,,,, BFOWT1. Leon. ......... . .. .101l, 171, 233, Brown, Ruth .......... ............. 8 4, Browne, Howard ........ . ........ 189, 195, Bryan Country Club ....................... Bryan, Lina ............. ...58, 62, 175, 207, Hrydia.. Carrie ....... ...... . .. ....... . Buchanan, Frances , . . . . , ...... . , . Buchanan, Dean J. S ......... ............ .Z 2, Burress, George ....... . ............. ...165, Burrow, Reuben . .......................... Busby, Orel ........., 63 159, 167, 185, 191, Butler, Anna .... ..................... 1 03, Butler, Melton . . . .................. .221, lluttram, Melton , . . ..... 1221, Huttram, Frank .. .......... .. Buttrarn, WVilliam .. .... 63, 217, Buxton, Elaine . . . ,,,,,,, 103, Cain, Homer .. ,,,. Sl, Cain, Howard .............. .... 6 3, Caldwell, Homer ............. . .... 111, Californiarfjrklahoma Debate ............... Campbell, James .. , ...................... . . Campbell, 1Villard ............... ...205, 221, Capshaw, Elmer ........... 81, 117 120, 126, Capshaw, Fred ............. 63, 113, 120, 171, Capshaw, Mrs. Fred ........................ Carey, Charles ...,.... . . , .... . .63, 198, Carleton, L. H ....... .......... Carpenter, Murel ,. .,... 177, Carr, Pauline ...,.. ...169, Charles, John ........ ,..171, Chase, Agnes ...... , . . . . . . .63, Cheadle, Prof. J. B ..... Chemistry Club ....................... .... Christian, P. C ............................. Christian, Roscoe ,............. .. ....... .. Christmas, Earl ....... 109, 191, 217. 241, 2-!3, Clanton, Allie .. .......,....... Clare, Ross .... .............. .... .... Clark, Alma, . . . .. . . Clark. Carl ..... .... Clark. Randall .................. ,... .... Clarl, NVilliam .................... ......... S4. 117, 120, 123, 146 167, Clifr, Hubert ...................... 144, 167, Cline, Everett ........................... 64, Cline, John T .......... .... 6 -1, 161, Clinkscales, Albert ........ ......... Cogswell, Louis ............ ....... , . Collins, Harvey ......... . . . .. . . .103. Colorado-Oklahoma Debate ...... ......... Cook, Emery ..................... ......... Copeland, Richard ...................... S-L, Corkill, 1Villiarn ...... .... S 5, 113, 177, Cotton, Cecil ........ ..... ......... Cotton, David ................... . ......... Courtright, Homer ...... ' ............. .177, Courtright, Raymond . .... . . . .......... .6-4, 120, 126, 134, 138, 144, 146, 177, 187 196, Cox, Delbert ..................... ......... Cox. Roy .............. . .... 64, 109, 217, 233, Cralle, Walter. . . . ........ S5,171, 237, Cralle, Zella .... Crisp, George. . . ...201, 203, Crisp, Lenora .. ....... .. Crook, Leo ..... .... .... Cross, James Crowe, NVilliam .. . . . . Cruce, Lorena .... .... S 5, Cullen, William ..... ........ . . . ......, . Curtis, Alpha ........................... 109, Curtis, Lloyd .............. 177, 187, 201, 203, Custer County Club ............... ......... D Dannenberg, XValrlemar. ....... 64, 161, 259, Darling, Dr. John. ........ . .... ..., . . .. Dashner, Nell ........ .. ........ . . .81 270 249 16:7 17 275 115 251 62 163 211 261 205 267 2:13 169 201 48 265 62 276 249 271 271 177 263 169 201 195 273 214 S4 243 171 1813 as 255 113 274 225 272 173 185 265 64 220 2447 115 115 179 263 273 275 231 203 201 221 1s7 171 213 16:1 270 272 171 104 205 251 64 268 251 104 268 268 111 115 181 169 221 229 255 26S 274 13S 175 "fw1.,:f-.:Y.1--Le tlg- , 'V .1 '- 1 .. ' fwamanaanrww fi .n'1.'...' .g.5e42lQ,y.f.- 1 11v5Q,.,yqwft1y1 tl 1 'wb f . ,-- , ., . ,V Y...Y. .. -..,.,.-.... ,.,..2 -- .... , ,. 1 N 'ff P '-12'-'J11L'.:f415w:aw1- f 'uf -1-.Hifi , .. . N L, I ' " 'kx ii,f'g ,.' d' 372, . , 1 , ' F J. 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W ,fm .-wi ,A,, v. . - , ' M411 :AJ - ' fi W? 1 , ' .'ih5Zf wf..ffWff , " UgfHGiflmfq6,5 Ray " w :Q gbffjq? A if 52 ,gi ,p gy g-:f fl I , I fi, W2 " f"f. . LfxL5f4 b - ' 'ii viiigif f' " .gi'f'fg 'QQ iii -P A". " X ' A " 1 -A 11- f- W . , " 2 ' '- 1 'M ' , iff? K4 ,,:f"'l'f w2:'H--f""'ff"'i- Us gif" ,-'n " E f fm- fi: Lfynfll g X' resfgsaer - fi .sf ws' .... H , ff,vr,,.'1v wi 1675116 , 7 1-1 , 7 S iw.: if wl.f1L'..H. ' w 1-2, 1-P. - L-T 7 v- Tzf 1 1. tif fl . A .4-.,,.:.,,..-. , in Imel, Arthur .. Johnson, Lucile 1 Johnson, Mon tforcl ........ ...... . Johnson, 1 lmpson, Hiram ....,... 92, 219, 241, 247, 251 llsle. Pearl ....... ...... . .......... G 9, 227 Ives, ...... 92, 225, 253, 261 Ivy, Harley .. ...... . ..........,. J Jackson, Robert ........,...... 109, 167, 231 Jacobs, John .......,.. 92, 13s, 142, 14s, 171 Jarboe, Alva ............... .... . . ..... 169 Jennings, George .. Johnson, Alice Johnson, Clyde .... Johnson, Foster .... .111 Johnson, Hazel Je... Johnson, Henry LF... ....92 .....105 .. .... 171 Neil ...... ....... ......... . ...... v ......81, 93,,120, 125, 134, 159, 171, 237, Jones, Benjamin ..... .J .................... Jones, Dudley ......... ...... ............ Jones, Ella ...... ........ Jones, Harry .. ........ .. Jones, James . . .. . . .,... . . . . . . Judy, Blaine ..... ...... . . . .93, 113 K Kansas-Oklahoma Debate . . . . . Kappa Alpha ....... , ..... Kappa Alpha Theta ....... Kappa Sigma ..... Karcher, C. J ..,... Keller, Florence .. Kepner. Sewall ...... ..... ........ Kernodle. Stratton .. ............... .. Kimes, F. M ....... ...,........... . .. Kirby, Grady ...... ..... 1 59, 177, 205, Klass, John ..... . .,.......... 181. Kline, Elizabeth ..... ....... 7 0, 211 Klinglesmith, Ruth .... .... 1 05, 179 Knudson, Vergil ........ .. ..... 171 L Laidig, Thomas .. ...... Lane, Prof. H. H. ....... .... .... ...... 4 8 , Lawhead, Josephine ......... . ........... .. ......93, 173, 227, 237, 239, 243, 247, 249. Layman, Pauline ................ ...... 9 3 Leach, Elizabeth ....... .. . ......... . . . . Leach, Eunice ........ .... 1 05, 173 Ledbetter, Eugene... .. .70, 163 Lee, Eva .......... ..... 1 75 LeForce, Cephas . . ...... . . Lemon, Frank ..... ....... Lewis, Roy St. . ....... .... 9 4, Lhevine, Maurice ...... ,... . Lincoln County Club. . .. ........ . . . . . Lively, Prentice ...... ..,.. ...... 9 4 Livergood, Homer .. . ........... ..... 2 55 Logan, Clarence .... ...,...... 2 01, 203, 263 Logan, David ...... . ............. ..... 1 05 Logan, Leonard ......., 58, 70, 191, 217, 243 Long Sallie. .,..... .... 8 1, 94, 227, 237, 247 Loucks, Clifford .. . ........, . .... . . . . . .94 Lourie, Mark .... ........ ............. Love, Joseph .. ............... ..... 1 63 Lowry, Dick ........... 70, 105, 138, 161, 187 Lowry, Tom .............................. ' 59, 70, 105, 120, 122, 138, 142 161, 187 189 Nl . Mackey, Clifton ........ ..... . . ..... 111 Malarkey, Wanda .... .... 9 -1, 207, 227 Maloy, Addie ....... .... 2 :S 71, 197 Maloy, Rufus ...,. ............. Manning, Okla. ...... .z .......... Markham, Hogan .. ..... 165 Marrs, James ..... . . . - . . Marsh, Robert .... .... Marshall, Albert . . . . . . . Martin, Carrie . . , . - - -- - - Martin, Charles ..-.- Martin, John .... -.--- 2 55 Maw? Mgrieh ,,,, . ....... 231 avi y, a p , , , ......... . . . McCainB Bgrns. . . . ...... 109, 219 McCa1e , asi .. -.-----.--.-f-- -- McCa1ib, Preston... ...109, 229, 233 McCaslancl, Hugh .... ...... 1 .11, 161 McCaslan11, Thomas .... ...14-1, 161 239 MW. 4 . . 15114 Mfg:-E 4 u, i , 1' ful :N M x,..?.,.. , i.. - - if" .in J wr .- . . ..,:g,f9',,-,,.f',f,,:- i . , .?25b2vf f g' 'LY' , ing ': .T nf- .vb 1'9.'m:-i-.v.:-:are 1 -"w1'-tfJ- 1' ., A ' 1, :U E'41'G'??P1+Z'.f9N'Z'15.7''EL-3-i,.7r'll'1Nl 1' , ., 1' 4641 we--1 fs' 'f-239'-' . f-. 1 '11-4:25--.wg-.fw.1, w141..f,wm -.r 7 'V 2 -4, M .,,3.1511:14'.'71L,a,,-Lg-...,,..f 5 5' Z2 ' i e'u1f:r.--.,-' 2 I -M 1 . f'r.:.f"2-i1gf3i'-1eff-11.1".,..,z6" 1-f 1. 1 1 " . y.. -... ww. fe, ' -1.2517-.: f.7 177 267 261 272 223 276 271 225 '109 207 109 271 173 113 227 221 259 113 273 227 165 163 167 212 161 169 163 259 26S 114 113 70 274 274 227 225 205 70 117 253 249 201 227 1S5 207 165 105 163 113 273 167 266 273 221 24-1 249 217 113 259 189 196 267 249 253 111 134 265 270 275 71 175 95 273 243 189 233 115 267 275 275 . .95. 201, 211, McClellan, Mildred. . .. . . . . . . McClure, Florence .... , .... 95, McConnell, Archie . . . . . ....... . . . McCullough, Archibald ............ McFerron, Nellie .......,... 96, 179, McGuire, Naomi ...... . ........ McGuire, Mclntosh, McKinney, McKinnon, McLaury, McMahon, Eugene.105, , McMakin, McMillan, Robert ..... . , ...... . Daniel ...... Clarency ,..... Alexander Finley ..,........ , . 171 193, Florence .............. Elizabeth . . .. .....173, .....111, 211. . McMillan, Mary , ..... ..... McNeese, Charles .. McNeley, William ..,......... . . . . . ide., lVlcTagga.rt, Marian ............. . Meacham, ...59, 71, 120, 123, 138, Memminger, Charles. . .71, Merkle, Meyer, Meyer, Meyer, Myers, Miller, Miller, Miller, 163, 109, Clara ...... . Joe ...,. Milton . . . Morris . . . Emelyn . . Fred ..... Keith . . Mins, Paul ........ .. .... .. Mitchell, Roy ...... . ..... . . . . Monnet, Eugene ................ Monnet, Dean Julien Montgomery, Effie ...... Montgomery, Homer Bess ...... ........ . C .... . . Edgar ..........,...... 191, 163 1.6.32 . 196, 219, 109, .96 105 Montgomery, VVilliam . . . . . . . . Moore, Albert .... ..... . . . Morgan, George ......,..,. . . , . Morgan, Lawrence N. . . . . . Morris, Glen ........... Morris, Lewis ........ Morris, Ruth ......, Morrison, Ethel ...... Morrow, L. W. VV ..... Morrow, Walter .... Moseley, Ray ..... Munch, Perrill .... Mundy, Doris N Nairn, Etta .. .. Neff, Sam ..... Newby, Errett ....... ...... Newell, Ruth ................. 195, 147, ...1S, 106, 161. .72, 179, Nicholas, VVilliam .................,.... ..59 72, 195, 201 239 Nichols, Clarence . , Noel, May .......... , . . . .............. . . Norman, Crofford North, Lola .......... Northcutt, Marion .,... Nugent, G. I ..,.... . . . . . . O Oakes, Malcolm Orlerman, Harry .. Oliver, Mayme .... , ......... Oratorical Council 201 227 225 207 137 201 221 2121 219, 233 .71 71, 201. .9e, 175 f 1 v 1 7 7 .96 5, 26 198, 171, 185, 160, 221, AS, 1971 227, 207 2141 225, 163, 117, 201, 111. 247, 181. .72, Orchestra .......,. .................. Orr, Charles .... ,. Orr, Fred ....... Orr, .Tohn .............. ...... . . . . .73, 133. 134, Ostenberg, Stella ...... 106, 179, 207, 225, Oster. Clifford ...............,......... Owen, Bennie, .......... . . .11S, Osterhaus, Kathryn ..... . ........ . . . . . ' 120, 134, Owen, Maude ...... . . ............. . . Owl and Triangle , ............... . Ozias, Charles .. ......... . - P Padgett, James ......... Pan-Hellenic Council Parker, Everett ....... Parker, Ira .... . ..... Parkhurst. Robert .... Parks, XV. E ......... Parks. Ruth Ann.... Patchell, Jewell ..... Patrick, Harriet .. Paullin, Lewis ..... Pe- et ............... Pelphrey, Ma rv ..... 'Pen1hleton, Williani . . . .. ......9f, - .1l5, .....1o9, Pendleton, John ....... .... 7 3. 135. , . ,.. V..-' ' . ae.. ' -- . ,. 11.1-.1:. 219 162' 214 2:11 14-1 .73 .97 175 227 169 229 '111 229. I 227 270 85 96 253 227 275 138 271 161 229 251 207 175 175 205 233 71 251 251 173 249 231 167 265 227 72 163 5. . 265 221 211 227 165 72 263 263 19- 97 217 253 225 255 221 113 253 97 175 205 137 207 161 265 227 263 227 271 72 255 177 73 211 201 135 163 221 274 255 106 251 73 197 73 73 159 217 115 217 115 207 269 272 267 196 106 273 274 Q9 -3 r, ai .Tim gi ' yy -11,11 l + S, if Pi L 4 Qi Y Y Li Davis. Davis, Gilbert Davis, Fred . Davison, Chester Davison, Denver Dawson, Ray. Day, Dean Curtis R Dean, Malinda Deckard, -Gertrude Dellis, Dora . Delta Delta Delta. Delta Sigma Rho Democratic Club Officers Dendy, Samuel Dennison, Belva. DePo1-te, Seymour Elbert . 86 165 Dersch, Walter DeVore, Leland Ditzler, Walter Dolph, George Donovan, James Douglas, Frank Dreher, Henry Dubois, Jules Dudle ' Marion 3 . Duncan, Burton Duncan, Frank Dunn, Robert Duvall, Dollie. Duvall, Josephine Dwight, Benjamin Dwight, Prof. H B . lr Eagleton, Elizabeth Eagleton, Eloise Eagleton, LOlive Ga, Ea leton William S' , Edison Club Eischeid, John .v .... Eischeid, Walter Elledge, Louise ...... Ellenberger, Myrtle Ellison, Dr. Gayfree... Elrod, Stella .,..,..... Engineers' Club Officers England, Abner Erickson, Arthur .' .... Erickson, Jennie ..... Evans, Robert ..... . Farriss, Gladys Felgar, Dean J. H .... Felker, Earl ........ Fielding, Edgar .... Field, Lee ............. Fields, Jesse .......... Fisher, Wilson .... .. Flood, Ray ........ Football Team ........ Forbes, Maude ........ Forrester, Walter .. Forum ............ Foster Foster, Claude ....... Foster, Prof. H. H .... Foster, Mary Foster, Rayburn Foth, Joseph ....... Frame, William Frazier, Thomas ..... Freeman. Elvin ....... Fuqua, Nolen ..... , .... Furman, I-Ienry..88 159 Bar ...... Gable, James .. ...... .. Galbreath, Robert Cano, Gordon ..... Garton, Fay .,....... Garvin County Club.. Gayman, Mark ...... Gentry, Joseph ...... George, Joseph Giard, Francis ..... Giddings, George .... Gidney, John ...... Glfforrl, Ruth ..... Gilbert, Warren ..... Gilmore, H. M .......... fiittlriger. Prof. Roy. . . Givens, Dorothy ....... Glass, Thomas ....... 187 198 165 191 -Q ' '51, 'Q 1 . .e fi 5 V' i X -123' 1 ,i.1ifx.? 7:1 .3ffaQ5'i. 'Li-Ki':w '? , A ,IQIggyg-Hit,1g',fl1?miwiQ2?15j,,3YP Xi .. , ff. 'E M IUIQ. 'D ' fill f if Q' E f.'ff.'f.'.'65, F '.'.'.'6li,' 13551 88, Hi... IIIIIIII66, G. 1 A fl .7 159 237, 24123 242, 253, . 1. . . . 265 ...f .,... . ,:..a..1151 '.'L.L.. . 163, 263 ... 5212, 223, 275 . . .244, 271 -. 4 . . . .... ,111 .. ...2102,.237 ..2.7...11s . . .... 102, 227 .,..165, 251 .. . .... 169, 227 .. .... so, Z19 . . . . . . 113 . . . . . . 249 . 1 . .167, 191- . . . ...102, 167 . . . . . . ..,... .' 111 'WSE' 533' 532 2 , 243 .......... . 205 196, 198 247 265 2 W ' "" 167 '101 239 ' , .. ........ .... 1 61 . 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Philologian ..... . . . .109, 219, . . .9S, 227, 237, Phi Mu Alpha ......,... ............ Pi Beta Phi ............... Pick and Hammer Club. . Pitchford, Harry ......... Pitts. Dona .....,....... Pitts, Marvel Plott, Robert ...... . . Ponder, Elm er ........ Porte1',- Earle ............ Pottawatomie County Club Pownell, Admiral ....... Prentiss, Harley Press Club ....... Pruett, Robert . .. Purcell, Marcia J . .'.'.','.113.Q' 261 1.6.7 .165 . .74 219 .165 .106 .106 117 247 239 . .48 Pyle, Albert ..... . . . . . Pyle, Helen ... ..... .. R Rea, VVillian1 ,... .. . .... 74, 214, Reed, Frank . . . ..... . . . Reed, Frecla..... Reed, Howard ..... . . ...... . . Reed, Kathryn .... ................... Reeds, Claude ............ ....... 5 S, 74, 120, 122, 134, 138, 142, 144, 159, 167, Renshaw, David ................. 58, 74, Revell, Rachel . ......... .... ....... . Reynolds, Kenneth ... .... .. Reynolds, Norman. . . . . . . . .74, Reynolds, Roy ........ Reynolds, VVoodson Richards, Homer Richardson, Ivin ., Riley, Charles .... Riley, Fletcher .... Risen, George .... Robbins, Frank .... Robey, Lucile ....... Robey, Roberta .. ..... .......59, 75, 179, 197, Roberts, Sidney .......... Robertson, Arthur ...... Robinson, Frank .... .. ......171, Rock, .Tohn ,... ........... Rogers County Club ...... Rogers, Charles ........,. 75, 120, Rogers, John ............. ...5S, 75, 159, 165, 185, Rogers, Neva ......... . . . Rogers, Sherman. . . Rollins, Grady ,.. Rowe, Ural .,...... Russell, Christy ... Russell, Eula ...... Russell, Luther .. S Salman, Ph in ehas .... . . Salter, Lewis ..... Sanders, Jesse ..... Sapper, Herbert .... Sawyer, Mary .... Sawyer, Roger .... Schiele, Bertha ..... Schimmels, Thomas Schmidt, George ..... Schoggens, NValter .... ....106, ...,109, 98, 207, 225, 249 185, inf '161,' 191' 155.1 'iiif .. . .107, 113, . . .109, 211 .....107. . ,.... 205, .265 171 .109 161 .253 1 7 9 253 247 ,109 241 229 165 '2'1k l.177 227 .223 A"'.'.1s7 ..9S 177 ..9S ..1S7 221 191 Q Scott, Harry ........ .... 7 6, 167, Searle, Harry . ........ ..76 Senate ............ Shapard, Charles .. ............. ...98 Sharp, John , ........................... 165 Shead, Ralph ................... 99, 161, 187 Sheldon, Seward,.99, 161, 191, 237, 241, 243 Shepler, Fred ....................... 99, 177, Sherman, Catherine ..... ..... 7 6, 149, 225 Sherrow, Fred ........ ..... 1 09, 165, Shultz, VVill . ...... ............. 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' L.. 177 Sigma Delta Chi ...... . ....-19,1 Sigma Nu .... . ...... , ........... 167 Sigma Tau Omega ...... ....,.... . 179 Simpson, Cha.rmeon..... ...... 76, 227, 261' Skinner, Glen ..... .... . ....... 1 11, 203,205 Skinner, Howard ..... ...99, 138, 201, 203 Smiser, Raybourn ..... ..... 1 34, 146 163 Smith, Ethel Maud .... ....... 1 69 201 Smith, Micah .....,. ........ 2 70 Smith, Pearl ..... ....207 270 Smith, Roy .... 109, 229 Sneed, Lee ...... .. ...... . 171 Snyder, Fred . .... ................ 2 69 Snyder, Lafayette... ...138, 142, 201 263 Snyder, Lucile ...... .... 9 9, 207, 261 268 Snyder, Thomas .... ....... 1 15, 171 274 Sooner Bar ......... .............. 2 29 Sooner Staff .......... ......... 2 37 Spangler, Ralph .,......... ........ 2 05 221 Speakman, Howard ...............,....... 229 Spears, Roy ................................ 109, 120, 125, 144, 177 233 271 Staats, Joe ........................... 115 269 Stacy, Dean .................. 'J .......... 77, 270 Steele, Charles ........ 77, 109, 215, 219, 233 244 Steele, Julia ................,,....... 227 Steele, Lee .... ....... . .. ............. . 219 Steen, Carl ............ 189 Stephens County Club... ......... 275 Stephens, Bettie . ...... ..... . 77 272 Stephens, Nina ........... ,, ........ .77, 272 Stevenson, Alfred .......,........... 211, 221 269 Stewart, Robert ................... - ......... 77 Stigler, Willian1 ...... 77, 109, 171, 205, 233 276 Stiles, Grace .............,.. ............... 1 73 Stiles, Jessie ................ ..... 1 09, 227 229 Stinson, Robert ......... .... 1 63, 255 266 Stocking, Dean C. H .... ...24 115 195 Stone, Ervin ........ . ......... 161 Strader, Ernest .... .. 113 203 Strahan, Herbert .. ...... 115 Strosler, Virginia ...... 227 Stroube, Reno ...... .... 1 67 271 Student Council ..... ...... 2 47 Sturgeon, Stephen 111 Sullivan, Ruth ......... ...... 1 O7 Sutherland, Eugene .. .77 177 Swanson, Glen ....,..... .... 1 34 T Tabasco Board .. .. ........ 259 Tague, John ...... .... 1 07, 221 Taliaferro, John ..... . 163 Tanner, Mr. B. F ..... ......... 2 11 Taylor, Prof. C. 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