University of Oklahoma - Sooner Yearbook (Norman, OK)

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,sail Hi- ' 11-1 ,lwriffibvqiwf ,Qxvicv-ibsyihwisr-:Zjy-:ie - HERITAGE e e aj! Lf? , , , ' ' , . HE passion for liberty that i f i Q V c - e personifies the red man- if' i i 4 J gig. love of adventure em- bodied in the Sooners of A '89-and a vast common- f wealth that has risen, al- 1 most over night, out of the EQ .J blackjack covered hills, and c if rolling plains is the herit-n , '35 age of Oklahomans. i Q M! V Y-v U . 4 Hx., N , so ,c s L4 -iff'-.s .-. - .,,. - ,,.- .. ., . ,,, ' hamfir.-zngfm-i.xTA11:,2y r . - xfiofl - O' 5 . 'I' "5 'ln 0 ' " fu 99 a - . 4. lit llliial 22. -f .YJY af? ..N" ab! ..S..5! ...big NIL. Y.. P1-ulsosopl-IY N attitude toward friends that is more than cordial- an ideal fellowship based on confidence in each other --and a willingness to serve is the true spirit of Okla- homa. It is the philosophy of the SOONERS. 4 I 9? In Y 4 1 I - li '15D",Q 1' f T' ' "' ' K - 1 .Y"r"t .iw-'Fi YV- T 'T' L. . . , -Y Ar, Jr.-, X.. AX. ,fl ,ami fi 'x QKL UMA EX LIBRIS 1924 4.2- ' ' 7 "- 4 I us-X-14 bk fa v ' ' I 'yx ' ' f I , A '53 K , Q f .VW 'wH'7' 9 4 A BERT KEMMERER l Edztor zn Chu' BEN K PARKS Buszness Manager P P ,Q . , . f Q l - , .5 I W Y . , . 2 . 1 Da AVAVA AVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAVAYEZ ,IP 1' 0 .I ' -'Q ,- ,f 1 , .1 I if "r , m7 553344 '-4 Eff 'TFP LH, , ,,x, 'I 4,. ,Egf- E r n. .i ,7,,'?, 'R' flli 'Q I-f. . , N if f "QT ,Q ,x -1 ,J ..,1 3 1 ,D.a,g-3 , T F., L3,.TE'.i A ,E 3 Y-,' 1 LJ , Y- 4 E 2 T 4 2 ,5EEE5E, 5 IJIF T ,Av, ' ' 5 HT TTQEE mwwggy T 2 11355 Swwmi? T? T - -: TT 1 45 ' 2 riff: 4 T T E E 2 2 5 4 9 I 7 j 4 JKLAHQMAS 1924 Q 4 '7 2 E T z 4 7 7 Q Q E H, 7 E 3 E 7 4 5 4 7 H PUBLISHED BY THE STUDENT BODY OF X 7 E THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA 3 4 T: 2 4 7 4 D H - 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 V -?55AAA 4 T. 1-frfg Q 14 Q32 SWA TW T2 :T-S. .Wx 'SH 3 bl Q 4 QQHX T 4' W :Egg 45 Q N o 4' ,bf 'E Q QT Ei 2. 51 T PT sz, Kan Q if N ig 'T' wh ll xx. EE R. 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I END OF PHE TRAIL , I . 'b 4 1- T2 o I 4 sb Q. I E w i , A If - 3 4 1 " " " " ' A Y ' A A A A A A A A A A A A , . V- I-L - ,- ' - --'f -f -21 ,U-H-f T, -f -:N 4 Q I sa r I 4 4 I I I If ' :E . ' 4 '- v ' 4 f I ADMINISTRATIQN ,Q P' 4 if J 1 . 'fi 'Tilt' ' .Q V I I I ,Q A 'R 4 I - A- K -.. 1 -- 1- ,. 'V V TI' 4 P 4 n. , 194 ' ' lb 4 I .al ' ' I 4 4 P I, 4 f 4 194 v , 194 r 14 f 154 , X F I H4 , 1 P Y r '- ' - ' ' V' ' " f ,. ma V E ' , ,Hg M: A,f,,,,g34 ,L,:":.QE! "nd l Q H , -T, Q, -. A. xv ' 'l y - . . . . V. . . , 5 . ' .- 4 ., , ' 'ff E w- -.gy 'ff' NVAWWA Y A VA VA T AXVA A AXXAXXA A 1 1 4 -..-. . 1 4 A a 4 Q . 1 - - 1 ' ' - " ' ' ' ' " ' ' ' ' ,HA4 L 4 P 4 e i DR. EDWARD EVERETT DALE DEAN ROY GITTINGER VISION The tall Gothic towers that pierce the sky are the 'visions of pioneer Sooner educcztors fulfilled. -1..- . . -V - W Y ,-....--,-f.-. A.-.- -.-,,,,,,,....,, f J-HCV ' 1 - - '-:"-"- -1.'x'.T1T..:i.T':w- :g"f...L:f4 - S ' " 1' --- -- " -- ---1-3-13',3 i ,, fe.: .aan 'su twjivjr 4 gi, vw. 'FY v, D Y., , -0 ,QV ev, .,-,Ur ,. ,.-, ,v:, Y , 'if Cfgf -gall! xx' JAM Xt t ' ' 9 ,- if 'R f 1 5 P1 196' ipiff '- ' T "QNX, I Q5 I, .QV 5, kJ Sq K Nl. X, . , t gf sth., V do ?., It x P?-r H "r-Q-..f'gf ff,,.,f-5 E-F-2,6 yi-Q, H if is -f-f'15f" i r" -Miss sz' QS' nf " UE 2-.5 :of Et 2 s 'fa V r, K7 DEDICATION HE history of the University of Oklahoma is the story of brave individuals who personifv the heritage left them by the early explorers of the southwest. lt is a story of heroic struggle, a struggle in which only those with the true frontiersman's philosophy could participate. Believing in the prophecy of Sequoyah and the legend of the early Indians, in spirit if not in words, they aspired with their deathless visions to build on the flat prairie, where buffalo grazed and wallowed, wandering up from the shifting sands of the Canadian bottoms, a great center of culture. The faith of these visionaries in education has been justified. The familiar figures of two of these pioneers in educa- tion are seen daily on the campus. Respected for their achievements and ability they are the rightful heirs of their hearty predecessors, and to them, Dean Roy Git- tinger and Doctor Edward Everett Dale, is dedicated this volume, the 192+ SOONER. FAITH Through ,fnitfz alone could cz greai iIZ5fifllfl.OIZ rise out of the grassy frfzzins where only ye.rtera'ay vas! fzerdr of bujfalo ranged-faith of its foz4na'er.r and the faith of the SOONERS in Oklzzlzomffs future. ..,.,,,... .,,.. V , .v . Y, ,..,.. , ,, A,,.,, , .,,, 5336S36SGSGSYGSTQSYGSZGSGSFSfGSf6S6SfGSGS'63S51 .Lu-Lv-iL':', ya - Yi V vi 5 4 -. 4 9 4 r P v 4 r r Q r 4 P 5 P P P P P I P P P " fx'fxi ' f " ' A A A A A A A A AA? onlie onn M E-. te- e-A lil, QQTVZ f -- N .V - 1? " ' V, rd .. 4 , "IN 4 il . X , lvliui 5.-,E 1 ' 4- -K flag' '-""" in 1 W -' 1, h ,i V.. - fel ylf9.'f?:g,5 f.,?Q4y??5.:1'2Te -"' Ml- ffff 1 , ,.4, .3-,ggfx 1 . zvlg!'9fg6'Wi?s22s:-PM.. lvpjf "ff'f'f'1 viiefxsvgj ,',' l,f-'E'-951: I 4 -. ' I lu. ' c,y3w,.': .-nfjf I U ' ni' L5'i --1' " ' ', el 1- , -.l,4l ,. i ff ',ff'A-'," .Q 'r I Y I 1' 1 ' 2,2 'JB-'sv"'-M a-'l " H f 'Wi W f I 4' f fliflx 44'-'lV'f W2 fir f , AWAKENING vague memories, filling the air with their fra- grance, the flowers of early spring again gladden the hearts of the students as they pass re- luctantly through the arches. The sun sends a million spark- ling rays from the dew-laden campus, changing it fromififa tract of green verdure to a gar- den of jewels. On the north towers of the administration building the deep 'green of ivy reaches almost to the top, ad- ding to its impressive gran- deur and softening the Gothic scrolls like the brush of a mas- ter artist. fLEmhodied in this volume is a storyg heroism, de- termination,tragedy, and follyg all are represented and far in the future when the students of '24 turn these musty leaves perhaps a tear or a wistful smile will salute the mem- ory of Soonerland that is awak- ened in this chapter of the never ending history of the Universi- ty of Okla- homa. P . - DQ ' AV. t. l . Sf. 4 A AV. .. t A A A A A Ghz itrungbulh uf iBntner" 'u A 'zziisff' 'M' k " "":'9i1x1..-. Z' ww vs,--,f-n-1-lam. 1:1-.' --f -v-. fws-1 "blaring is lasts" P Z A' 5 5 -,B ,L J Z, 'e ,Q 1 I ,li 15 V1 4 Aj -iinllx where woman Rules The 3ReniJe3huus ww- .Mp-:mmf -wwff I Q I , .75 , S? .v 1 93, gill. fd 5 , '56-f v. . T'-H. ,F ' ff x ,, 4 .U , 5 - 'PJ . - J.,- zw 5' fl' I x ' A " be iinspireh itaI1eI" jfisijing Berhnten -v C -xr, ' Whifiifif ' V wifi ' , , n Ill ,U f ,s L s ,4Q ,g,1 T15 'TT iff Q fbi if li 5 -I: 1261- .4 5 Q 'Whose Eunheruus Hiinizsn . . 1 rw-v: M -- ' 4 Q illnunb uf Qncient Greene" QB jliligbtinzr 19211 lights anh bbahutns Qin 611612 the Zinfant jHilinh" 1 'A '1 Q efufwjx 'F Elbuse Exim Jfragrances 7110Be'II jlilluhe the Eurlh Qllnme, let GHS 1515111 when what -Elips, :mb QBtiJer Zlaeartsn --r N 1 71 -A ,, '-f.....,, -,ji T H E C L A s s E s Q wfirf-J, , a ,I r , ' be ' - r r' s t - X"'-.t 1' A M , :- i is ' if f i l V Eb . .5 f ' dll Oklahoma is ez stage and all its ,men and women merely players.. They have i l be their exits and their entrances, and eachlolzl settler in his time viewed many sights. T Y Q Z i r . L l i ' l Q I I- i X zs' :: ' V I A ,,Wkl , J I 'Ef f ,,,,..,. 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I " 4,aj..-, , 1 V: II y " , 2 1 '5 1' - M' I -1, vbfihu jalev- 4: ' ' I' f , ' -v " ' x f . s1 f f ff 4 - P f - ' - .fs - - fe vb A S' ss xt ' r ja ug W ' 5 Wuxi? , iwv I J 4,51 gy, 5 I'f If- ,Ig lf, II. I NIL, II I, A II I III I , - 1 II'.I1gI5,'II46III V I ff aa! ff? I I I , ,aI, "If , . . gIf1'.I.,,3:3'g2gI .5 , "4 5' ..v?1l-hi. . -xg., . , , .,,. . , - 1 -P 'il' 1 lf ' I- ' 1 'N 'EA I- V ju' 9 " ,L:F:"- " " "N 'I . I , , .. -:. .- f'-..f , 1 I , .,.gI9,.QII - . V , I-I I - - Ig II,.,.- yy . T ,'III-'.,,-5-IIN Y I ,H , , ff - farfzsfi - '1 '- ff If f-figggggv, 'fl gg? .' 4, 31 Artiug Prefidml J. S. BUCHANAN ADMINISTRATION ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL Johnson, Gittinger, Holmberg, Monnet Phelan, Buchanan, Vun Vleet- Long, Felgnr, Turley, Reeves JAMES S. BUCHANAN S. W. REAVES . . A. H. VVAN VLEET J. H. FELGAR . F REDRIK HOLMBERG . J. C. MONNET . . LEROY LONG . . D. B. R. JOHNSON . W. W. PHELAN . L. A. TURLEY . ROY GITTINGER . A. B. ADAMS . E. R. KRAETTLI . Acting President of University . Dean of Arts and Sciences Dean of the Graduate School . . Dean of Engineering . Dean of Fine Arts . . Dean of Law . Dean of Medicine . Dean of Pharmacy . . Dean of Education . Assistant Dean of Medicine Student Welfare Committee . . Dean of Business . . Secretary 29 r 51 r 9 , W. 2. 'r i I i- i ., ly 1- i. -, ,F l .., , i VE' 1 i M :fig 'F' QF Q ig-1' lil s 3.21 51- ' w 'ff H' X I' f I H335 fzgpz- THE BOARD OF REGENTS in-if . ll ffl ' P 4 lffwi Q PM 4, , "Q ' " f N E ll i J 4 .ff ' as VE xi' 5 l R-T rf' if R liilfl 35 ' f'l": lg. 45 Hill! lf? ' 5. 'll l 1 -ll W? 0 ag 'ii' l 1- , 5 fi! if il 1ifE2l 33" ll ' "ff rg, 1, Highley, K1-aemi ig 43: Welcll, Schwoerke, Buttram W5 li if Q li 'l 453 ' ,dl Lil ll ES' 'l 2 'eq MI ill . C79 '-fl" 54 ' 5, l l 331' ' lil Qi if, OFFICERS sa: . 5 if C. J. WRIGHTSMAN . . . . Presldent gg , :H ' fi Q EMIL R. KRAETTLI ..... Secretary . , , I, A, gg i C. J. VVRIGHTSMAN, Tulsa H. N.. ARNOLD, Buffalo if ll MRS. J. N. SCHWOERKE, Oklahoma City FRANK BUTTRAM, Oklahoma City ,QF l GEORGE L. BOWMAN, Kingfisher MONT HIGHLEY, Oklahoma City Q OSCAR WELCH, Oklahoma City K. 1, 1:5 '41 Eff. ll T 4 Q? If im . 1 .7 ' 1 W' :l li 'l 2 ' ' +2 , JN ,ily an al Ei sl A wx ii ff' ' 1' i?1' If ,, ffjl jffhflr Aj' '-,ig - Ki-E 516, 7,14 .il-Q' 30 -..,,,!.,.. l 5531 xi Mft ,.... .... --.,.-as .Q .:.?-. 4 -...:....?.-......-.54 r I !. L 1,1-Ag,-gtg. A D M I N 1 s T R A T 1 o N if . ,- wg' f .1 ,-ma- I. ., 1 W., a A --f. .f A? 5 i lff? ' 'Ali 1 4 1- D30 2+ ,ff ef.. T44 5 THE UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION ig? THE DEPARTMENT OF REGISTRATION ," f By ROY GITTINGER j 3 I9 W Registrar A-ft agile me 1 .gif If ii L. rl hp "Tl 'Er' lst fill li' fag ' L in n- 1 l vi lilyl ilnii ,3"5, ..,. Milf -ffl igffl 'wa j ,.!2,'v, il. ,f 'gal Arif ' 'i 1-X.: IW: . Uv i I . . . - . . . , . fi.-If The University will have 4,300 alumni with this years graduating class. The complete records of these as well as the records of 20,000 other students who have Qi' been in attendance at the University or who are now enrolled must be kept in the i registry office. Hundreds of inquiries come to this office every month for the records , of graduates or former students and for recommendations based on these records. If students realized how much importance large firms placed on an applicant's l ' 95 standing in the University those with ambitions for the future would certainly make My ' 1 I iff? ii every effort to earn satisfactory grades. A 2,3 if The chief purpose of the registry office, aside from preserving records, is to aid in D 'si ff: i i .5 3' , keeping students at work. The welfare of the students and the reputation of the its University depend on the ability of faculty members to interest students in their glasses. The instructor can not be expected to do much with those who are not enough interested in their work to attend classes regularly. The registry office has 5535 gil a somewhat complicated system for keeping advisers informed as to what students if are doing. At present faculty members report to advisers through the registry office ' M' i is I 325 every six weeks on the progress of students. This report is to be continued but it ggi 4, I -.K 147' gl is also planned to have weekly reports on the attendance of students so that advisers 3.53 5 5 l . N! and parents may learn whether or not students are really doing their part. 3,4 ai it I if ll 1 f. Qia l' lfff. w ff 43 Y Ei? l ,- Aa l lf, if l ff ' li fill . Z' GT gil: di- WT Uri lik 1:-2 i X' I ,i ,rljs 'wa Ji-'1 5 "cj , lv.,- i.,-....,...t..a..a..e.-,T,,,., ,NON J-A 7 V 7 , 4 W g K4 Y V i A s , .ir-.fgw-tf.wiL:tgun11:11, , '1 9 -. f 5 U, A. 'L - H t Q- X ' f .A M f ., I g ......,...,,..,.,t......,..t-aI ee- .e . i. ...,,,,s-e,..,...i.,t.,,-,- M. .- e- . ..,..g. -. .....-,..-- e-...,.a er , I 31 'W P I 15,1 A A D M IN IS T R A T 1 0 N ' ,., ' . ,gp ' I 1- ------- 4' THE UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION GRADUATE SCHOOL By A. H. VAN VLEET Dean COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES By S. W. REAvEs Acting Dean THE GRADUATE SCHOOL was organized in 1909. As yet only the Master's degree is offered, since it has been deemed best to strengthen the work for that degree rather than to attempt to give the required work for the Doctor's degree. The following degrees are now offered: Master of Arts, Master of Science, unqualis fied, Master of Science in Engineering, Mechanical Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Civil Engineer, Chemical Engineer. The last four are professional degrees, con- ferred under the following conditions: The candidate 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 profession, at least one of which must have been in a position of responsibility. He must present an acceptable thesis upon some engineering sub- ject. He must enroll for the degree not later than November 1 of the school year in which the degree is expected. During the last two years there has been a large increase in applications for enroll- ment by graduates from other institutions. The two principal reasons are: first, the greater number of students who desire to specialize, particularly in oil geology and in oil chemistry, and second, the demands of the schools of the State for better educated and better trained teachers. Many of the high schools ,and colleges are now requiring in- structors to have a higher degree, and ad- vancement, or even the retaining of positions, is dependent upon the securing of such de- grees. This has greatly stimulated the de- mand for graduate work during the summer sessions. 32 THE COLLEGE or Arzrs AND SCIENCES is as old as the University, having been organized in 1892. Its first graduating Class consisted of two members who received Bachelor of Arts degrees in 1898. Its growth in size and intiuence is indicated by the fact that the number of degrees conferred by fit in 1923 was two hundred ninety-five. This College has always maintained re-1 quirements for admission and for graduation as high as those of the better colleges of the United States, and its degrees have always been accepted at other universities. It has been a member of the North Central Asso- ciation of Colleges for twenty years. The purpose of this College is to give its students acquaintance with many subjects of cultural value and more intensive training in two or three which lie closest to the student's interests or future activities. It is closely associated with most of the professional schools. Two years of 'its work is required for admission to the Schools of Law, Medicine, Education, and Business, and within this College are organized the Schools of Jour- nalism, Social Service, and Home Economics. The progress and development of this College have been guided largely by the inliuence of its only Dean, Dr. james Shan- non Buchanan, now Acting President of the University, who has been Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences since 1909. I I , 'r I 4 I 1 l f V pf WA- -T- f-7 liriw l A D M I N I S T R A T I O N if--tj.1j,-33,1325-UF l Y T-rw YA -I In V1 -A 7+ 1. . 7 nf - -.. fl, - if -f.-, , . ,.. - .-S., .I TWA ' - Y V F -I T 'Y'-I . All J si l in gi ll EQ' lf' THE UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION Lf' V fig l l L 31 iii SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM SCHOOL OF SOCIAL SERVICE is " if? iii' By ARTHUR HALLAM By JEROME Down :bi flrting Director Director 1 - 4 I . , 7. Y aw . , , 3-Q, Q I l 1 'lf 4, i ,Si l t' J Ml ts! 1 PQ' 1 'jj-? . ,. C, l 1 , I 1 i U 'fi' , .5 X is ig l 5 A . I ag ii I ls- : 2 X W' ' ' mil Vw- I 'liar ' Y l A I oft o ' l " 'E f ,9- THE IDEAL of the School of journalism is not THE SCHOOL or SOCIAL Seavice is designed 'lg W 4 Only. to give well-rounded training for pros- to prepare students for social work in public V, pective newspaper people, but to be of service and private institutions. 'fi to all 1n the lndustry in the State, both The careers open to students in this field Hifi 2 1, PFCSCDT arid fllfllfe- l are such as superintendents of charitable and fi ' l l The School offers instruction in both edi- correctional institutions Red Cross workers l W , . . . ' v v xg IN , torial and business branches. The connec- probation officers, social secretaries of busi- l M tion between the news. side and the business ness houses and corporations, public health . if W, W side of the modern journal is very close. workers, teachers of social science in high 5? Hence the members of the two sides must schools, s ecial investi ators in connection 'fd , . . .P . g l S W neleds havebp thorough understanding of each with national social service organizations, ot er s pro ems. secretaries of Y. M. C. A.'s and Y. W. C. A.'s. A If M, . To give the students practical experience The School of Social Service also furnishes ,, 1 l 1 1n the Work, four publications arelsponsored an excellent foundation for those who con- lf 1 by the Thooybhtlie .Oflahoma Dizly, news- template entering the ministry or the field ll ' paperg t e 1r win , comicg t e SOONER of foreign missions. llhi las Sfudenf annual, arid' the Oklahoma Magai The courses offered in the School include 3 Zlfley llfefafy Pf0dUQU0U- all of those in the department of sociology V Qcl As service to high .school students, the and selected courses in psychology, educa- its Sklalgoma Interschiolastftif Presg Association tion, and other allied departments. A - Q as een organize . is bo y holds two Graduates of the School are engaged in 'f lk 1, conventions each year at Norman. The social work in many states of our Union, and tg lbs' Oklahoma Weekly, a .digestuof campus news in foreign countries, including Persia and V .Q in newspaper form. is mailed through the China. A half dozen or more are teaching lp school year to all high school seniors in the in high schools in Oklahoma, one is head of H31 l State- D ' ' the Social Service Department of Central 1 Q . Contact'w1th the active editors of the State High School, Meinphis, Tennessee, one is j bf' lg? 1S maintained .by the .Sooner State Press, a working with the VVomen's Trade Union in ' Q trade publication. This paper is edited by New York, one is General Secretary of the 3' the members of the School. Y. VV. C. A. in Idaho, one is doing sociologi- The School 15 COYUPICUUE MS eleventh year cal work for the Commercial Club at Billin s 3 -"fi l 5 . . . g f sy of suclpessiul grovfith. The dobyective at all Montana, one is pastor of a church in Omaha, ji j Lv times as een qua ity of stu ents turned out, Nebraska. X P-tl rather than quantity. get l 'l l Us .- . , W is J .it ish: Wi l Y: MR . Vg' lg lift ! l lit- A ,L L L. L. La- gggpdkmdg--mpmgglff L22 53 .- "-, S Y n LT' .. ADMINISTRATION T222 5 V E" rl.-'fr ' , ., x.. . I ,-- J--. --e 11 if THE UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION SCHOOL OF HOME ECONOMICS By VERA I. MOORE Acting Director THE SCHOOL or HOME ECONOMICS is growing rapidly, having a 14 per cent increase in its major enrollment over that of last spring. Added rooms, equipment, and faculty are much needed to accommodate the numbers asking for admission, one hundred having been turned away in the last year. The School of Home Economics oEers preparation to its graduates for teaching under the Smith-Hughes law for various vocations and professions, and for real home making. The Child VVelfare Class will have an opportunity for field work in the homes of Norman with children and with the United Provident Association of Oklahoma City. Practice teaching for the seniors is carried on in the department with girls from the University High School with an opportunity for extra teaching in the classes of Norman High School. The cafeteria in the Student Union Build- ing will be in charge of the School of Home Economics and courses in large quantity cooking, catering, and cafeteria work will be added. Oikonomia is the Home Economics fra-1 ternity open to all major students who make a grade of "B" in Home Economics courses and pass in all other courses. There is a large and enthusiastic membership this year. The float prepared by Oikonomia for the School of Home Economics won first prize of S30 in the Homecoming parade on Novem- ber 3. We expect installation of Omicron Nu at an early date. Omicron Nu is the honorary fraternity of Home Economics. SCHOOL OF GEOLOGY By V. E. MONNETT Director THE DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY of the Uni- versity of Oklahoma affords an opportunity for students to prepare themselves for work as professional geologists with oil companies, mining companies, or with the Fed-eral and State Geological Survey Bureaus. About three hundred former students and graduates of the department are now engaged in such work in various parts of the United States as well as in many foreign countries. The associated Department of Geography is engaged in preparing students for teach- ing as well as giving valuable information to those who expect to engage in any line of endeavor in foreign countries. An increasing demand for geologists with some engineering training resulted in the establishment of the School of Geological Engineering which is attracting a consider- able number of students each year. One of the most pressing needs of the Department at present is adequate laboratory space and equipment for those students who are returning for graduate work. In addi- tion to the graduates of our own department a number of other universities are sending men here to do graduate work in Geology. A large part of the growth and success of the Department is due to the hearty coopera- tion extended by former students now engaged in professional Work. The teaching staff of the department 'for next year will include eight professors, one instructor, three teach- ing fellows and about Hfteen student assist-c ants. The instruction work is supplemented by special lectures given throughout the year by prominent geologists of the State. to-3--U , f,.3Wt.V,l .4 ,,, i-1, 4 1-L' ,, . . 1 l F s, at V. E Iv. 1 1 , . lft v'l. Ei. ' 1 G.. l , . 1 ., I 1 i ii , H' is 5 i. -L V v , ,y lm tif I., , 1 J. 4 . . 1 ,I i Hi, 5 . L, ,, ii. ,, if lt V. .04 I-. , . ' 11 -M - --- --v. A Y E-. --n.v 1 K 1 . gg e..ggi,,,g,,f-,,.,.3e,,-. A D M 1 N 1 s T R A T 1 0 N i g A- -5 ie- H-he--H - if .- O . . 1..- W . E' ' 1 gl THE UNIVERSITY ADNIINISTRATION 45 SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SCHOOL OF EDUCATION 4 If By A. B. ADAMS By VV. W. P'I-IELAN Deal! Dean 1.4, Y, P1 l .345 'T.'i, .,,f ifwf ,E l Qlisl 16? Gil nf' 1 .33 ' 'ii' ' cj Qgli ki, IN JUNE, 1923, the Board of Regents Created Tina Scnoorel or Ignucmiox was established W, the School of Business as a separate college of 'll 19,09 an Ulu eptem Jer' igzof was re' if the University, and authorized the School to flwrgamzed zffla iparate Schoo ' IES ,purpgse :ii confer the degree of Bachelor of Science in '5 to Pfollfe If E neiessaryd tfafmng or Business on those students who satisfactorily teafhefs' APP fcmfts Of fl mlsslon, must completed the requirements for graduation. hille Ht least S1735 acfldemlc hours In fhe The School is a junior-senior college, re- Cfiifsfflf Arts ani? iclince' tea h S lil uirin two vears of colle iate work for 5 alms, are: rs' O Prepare? C,er H elntranie into the School. It grew out of the thomughly ln two Of more academlc Sub-lects fe, old School of Public and Private Business and give them the professional training neces-. Tig which in 1913 was organized as a branch of im? to milk? fhiilf teaihlgg egffitlvei Seclgndf the College of Arts and Science. It was 0 Prepare ,eaC, er? 0 ucalofl an ?y' Created for the Purpose of meeting the needs ehology for institutions engaged in the tram- ,ii of prospective business men of the State in mg' of teachfri' f h I f d , ogg! the same way that the Colleges of Engineer- The grow of thee SC 01? 0 E ucatlgn Q I in Law, and Medicine were or anized for fiufmg the Past our Wars HS been excee ' bv hg' f - h g f - I inglv rapid 4' t se o meetn t oess ona - ' , , , Si neidspurpo 1 g use Pr 1 The School maintains a regular Junior- I'-? it The curriculum which the School now Sfmior High SCh00l'f Its flfnfztion is to PFD' ,ie it offers is designed to train students in bank- Bidi fl hlakioratorgf Of tgalmngfepiigspectlve pp ing and private finance, mercantile business, lgfvsfi 00, fee'-2 ersg an dm a of opppr' accounting and governmental administra- Fumfl Sr iggnestliltigndans litgeflmentaggg tion. It is the plan of the School to 0H:er a In Fltrrlcu. ' E 0 ' . U Ylswn' i certiHcate course of two years work in secre- admilmstratlon' if Pgiojipectlve high .School Til, tarial studies- Two additional members of teacnqrs are a or e. an Opportunity. to .vi the teaching Stag will be added next year acquaint themselves with modern and sclen- to take care of the present over crowded tm? nsiethods teaching uHde1'Pf0feSS1ODa11Y ii condition in the classes and to enable the tfarixfiie Euperxtisors. f P - hl d R School to offer additional courses in business i. . e Eipar Slams O S55 Oggyh ans h ei subjects. The greatest need which the School Olfllgsucatigia lggd asfudigiss nfayt niajoi 031- ,'Qt.'q now has is a home in which to live and . . . . carry on its work. The present classroom, mlfuiirim. dieiebsubgects' EAdweH etiulgsied 'N laboratory, and library facilities are entirely P556 Czioglcaf a gm 925' 3 Of Shoppor um les "SEQ inadequate to care for the large number of to Sfu ents Of Sclentl C researc ' 3,8 1 Students enrolled in the Courses The Bureau of Educational Research has i ' been reorganized. Its function is to Conduct extensive research in the study of current problems. It assists superintendents, prin-4 'j cipals and teachers in the study of school 13' rohlems b' means of school surveys and fe' 1 P . y . intelligence and achievement tests. .-fri W + lp? ' wiki W. W- A, ., e M MJ.. - EfSJ'fL"321'Z-iillitf.'Jif5'aff.affix! .... :Yf,.f1'..7i5 S72 WIFI'-B Q - 'tfl MS . 111-H,-. . :- V- -1, c.-:gg . -.. .Y L ,V .. .-. .. 35 - E.. A We ADMINISTRATION,ll.. 277' .V f THE UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING By J. H. FELGAR Dean SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS By FREDRIK HOLMBERG Dean THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING has the largest enrollment of any professional school on the campus. It was established in 1905 and has gotten its greatest growth in the last ten years. The engineering courses offered have been continually improved to comply with more modern engineering ideas, besides the changes in the actual practice of engineering. Adequate laboratory makes possible the experimental work which is required to familiarize the student with modern prac- tices. The Engineering College of the University, since it is situated in the central part of the mid-continent section, provides training which is valuable in the development of this held. The demand for trained engineers increases steadily. Graduates from the Oklahoma School of Engineering may be found in practically all parts of the world and the enrollment and popularity of the school is increasing steadily. With the increase in facilities that we now have, Oklahoma will stride rapidly to the .front in the engineering profession. THE SCHOOL or FINE ARTS holds a rather unique position as compared with schools of similar nature in other state universities. In most universities the various professional schools were organized and put on a solid footing before much thought was given to the fine arts. In several state university towns, private schools were organized and affiliated with the university. In this arrange- ment, the tendency has been to overlook the theory and history of the fine arts and over emphasize the applied side. 'J In the early days of the University of Oklahoma the School of Fine Arts was or- ganized and had "an even start" with all the other schools. Credit for work done was accepted by other schools in the University, and the School of Fine Arts was quick to schedule literary courses given in the College of Arts and Sciences as part of its required work for graduation. Thirty-three teachers are now devoting all their time to teaching in the School of Fine Arts and fourteen teachers in the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Educa- tion are giving courses required for Degree in Fine Arts. One of the missions of the School of Fine Arts is to spread the "gospel"' of music, art and expression throughout the State. The Orchestra, Glee Club, Band, Concert Com- panies and individual artists are making many successful trips, and many home con- certs and entertainments are given annually. The School of Fine Arts started the non- athletic contests which have grown into the biggest single yearly event in the University life. Thousands of high school students have become interested in the fine arts through these contests and they have caused the organization of orchestras, bands, and glee clubs in many high schools. The School of Fine Arts is also responsible for the high school credit for music system in this State and the certification of music teachers. ,1-. , l r-" - -V . .r , Y -.-.....,,..,.n...., ,Bs , ,- 7,,,, YY - V he 71' m... ,., 4 .,l .s 3, fill l ,E .I mi r ,rl ......,.............. ll A D M I N I S T R A T r O N l of of 1. llele, Ylnffkf ' --l f ,,.,-,,,, - . ,Y 'le ' E74 J'Y"'A ' """' Qrpl la! i l EQ' 5 "- 1 f Vi r 5 '92 'f Q 12' li? lftl ' f THE UNIVERSITY ADINIINISTRATION lil, lib 'ii' lllgl SCHOOL OF LAW SCHOOL OF MEDICINE ll? Bb' J- C. MONNET By LEROY LONG fi. Qi ' DMN Dean ' hi w ji, We Ir, 'ffl I if l rw Q4 I :fl . l l , I 9' l 'Q il lit 5 inf l vvl lp? ' I Mil. 1 1' "el l 0 . l eel l ' f Q . . l N2 r 5iNEE -l-HE OPENING of me College year ln 11-la Scuoon or MEDICINE IS growing faster log,-, September, 1923, the Law School has re., than the facilities for taking care of students. quired for admission as er regular Student Vvlfhlll foureyears the number of students has ll lvl two years of College training ln addition rn doubled, while there has been practically no four years' high school work. This is the PVOVISIQU fm' add1U0U3l QUUYYBFS- l l ff standard that has been adopted by the lead- If fills Department of the University if to l' ,V ing law Schools of America and me one mar maintain 1ts standmgland prosper, a Medical lin' lr has recently been officially adopted by the Bdlldmg must be quickly Pf0VidCd, and the 1 L51 54 Assoelatlon of Amerlean Law Schools. faculty 'anld student body must be united. y It is also the standard which has been djhf' bujldms Should be OH the CYUTIPUS Of lie..- , Sanorloned and recommended by me Vvasn- Lmversity Hospital, Oklahoma City, so that irqfrp Bi, ingron Conference and me American Bar the Fxrst'and. second year students may be lid! Association, and Wnlen bar associations brought 1nto intlmate contact with the clini- ,l Q throughout the country will, during the next Cdl Side of medicine' There are many other Niall I few years, endeavor ro have naer el - r reasons, but this is the most important. The le-if statutorv law by the various legiislatutiesdnlci Council OH Medical Education Urges if- represents an enormous professional and On account, of our Pre?ent inadequate l'Z-if ,ge social advance over the idea that any one d,U3YfffS, practically alllappllcantslfwm Ollf' fig oe, 'vvho can make a Slight Showing of legal side the State are denied admission. Thls ,fl knowledge should nhave a Chaneeu to mae- course tends to a narrow and disastrous pro- HQ' , ll? ll tice law. vincialism. ' It represents the viewpoint of the public, ,The Work of Umvefslfy H0SPifHl ,depends iii l ' ' l whose interests it serves, rather than the ldllreftll' UPOE, tide gclmfll dflf Medlclge- llf Qfill li View oint of the n e ri h ' h fr e a er IS 1n ere in its e orts to eve op I l fi havepan opportunigf iid Peiirlpierirhvenci lblstheiii the former must Sddef- , l Il , own nronr with me property and rlglns of The Sehool' of Medicine kleenly appreciates leg-'1' H '5 clients, regardless of the loss and suffering dde Pdsmdn It must mamtam HS one of the , ll that their laele of knowledge and slelll may sister schools of the common mother, the State l i 1 innior. University, and vyorks constantly 'to the end lid 'n 1 The law schools hope that the time is not that It may do IFS, Share to mamtam and , Q distant when the standards of the law schools advance fhaf pdsmdd as fhe other Schools , 1 If will be the legal standards for admission to advance' 'if' lol the bare Needless to say, the 'Layv School at l Q the University of Olrlahoma IS lndeed glad lzlll , 9 l loo' be abli' to beontrlbutlz its share towzercl like l l ringing t IS o Jectlve coser to a success u lllle, 4 Q conc uslon. , .lg ' if 'Y 1,3 '. 4 14 l 1 lffl-' lfig lj I . 'Sill Ll Cf I fl lifll' L--es'-5?------4--.?.,-E--1--Q-M - f..-W J ,,-Lf,-- V ref s,,. Y, .., , .t fr, , W T1 ' t +1 is CfCTNE,SZ'5'T1",Q.'3'L1"3i'TIL' if-,l . W " W' V+' f -"-ff ff - - Y Q -.., - f. .. L ,,-ic,-:V ,Ugg , lADMINISTRATION l . t U ge... at THE UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATION SCHOOL OF PHARMACY By D. B. R. JOHNSON Dean DEPARTMENT OF PUBLICITY By HUTTON BELLAH Director THE RECENT HISTOIKY of Pharmacy shows that we are progressing as rapidly at the present time as any of the leading profes- sions. From 1890 to 1905 any one who had the finances or could borrow a sufficient amount of money might engage in the drug business in Oklahoma and learn by experi- menting on the public. In 1907 all those engaged in the drug busi-, ness for six months prior to Statehood were given license to continue to fill prescriptions and manage their stores. The Board of Pharmacy gradually raised the requirements for entering the profession, and in 1919 a law was passed which was to become fully effective in 1923, requiring not only high school graduation, but also graduation from a recognized college of Pharmacy before application could be made to take the exam- ination for a fully registered pharmacist. One or two states had adopted a similar law before this and about twenty states have adopted the same law since. VVe hope to make it a national law in the next few years. The National Board of Pharmacy has accepted, tentatively, this prerequisite and de- fines the colleges that they will accept as meeting the requirements. The Colleges of Pharmacy that are members of the Confer- ence have rapidly increased their standards and prerequisites to correspond with the laws regulating Pharmacy. VVhen the School of Pharmacy in the University of Oklahoma was established in 1896, the applicant for admis- sion to the school was required to have only an eighth grade diploma. Now the regular high school course must be completed before the applicant can enter, and after September, 1924, the two year course will be discontinued. The three and four year courses will be given and also work toward a Master's degree will be offered. 'E' . THE PUBLICITY DEPARTMENT of the Univer- sity of Oklahoma had its origin in the English department under the guidance of Professors T. H. Brewer and S. R. Hadsell years before there was a School of Journalism, to which it is now attached. About ten years ago, the department was organized with a definite program, and since then the work has been directed by four men, Chester Vvestfall, Fred E. Tarman, VVilliard H. Campbell and myself. The object of the department is to keep the newspapers of the State supplied with constructive news of the University, the in- stitution itself, the students attending it and of the faculty. When a student is honored by Phi Beta Kappa, election to a student ofiqce, or promotion in the R. O. T. C., the home town newspaper of that student is sent a special story concerning this success or honor. Newspaper stories of the students, progress in educational work that is being made at the University, needs of the University, ath- letic programs and events occuring at the University, in fact, all University life, make up the material from which the department writes its news for the State press. Every newspaper in the State is on the department mailing list. Through this ser- vice, the University attempts to inform the citizens of the State about their State Uni- versity and to sell to them what is already theirs. -- ,f f5T,,.,5'i?5!n ADMINISTRATION L T. f ' ' 7 ' 5 Q 4 ,.- .. :8iI'f5:,+?,,if..7,wn 4 " '.f"7?f-fg31 1flT F 1 - i P 5, P 4 3 A v 2? i l E 1 t 2- ' 'Yam , " A L . fem , 13217 '-rr.. . lil?--.b 1' 1 N -H I ' '.Af 1 ,X 5- A A ff- , . 1 3' , . -L-1 ,. - F 1 E A Y- " Wx QW 'P' X ' - . Wg, . x , T - F lA , L jf? 1 . .31 - - " "' ,H , P , gage, ., , . - -HQ: " A 4 A 1 " QS' ,- 'N E ""J'3 N -W 2 3 i3Q?53fQ ,ix Q. ' - f. 5 f . 2- 1 '95 2' Ei. aT-9:'...'Q'i?7- if :2?E35I54g1fPgf,,. , , M if ffgmgzl , ZW ns, ' Y I at I ,.., 5,Qz .if ' f 1 , .3 5: 4 b L ' -- V I i ' - ' A' f -QV-- I ' -"'- 21155545514-f'2"355Ef?' "WE :iw H5255 A I V ,.,.. ,.,, l .,.,, ,,.1 lg, - f- 1, . . W. .- 7,1 g I f 1 ,.., - .9 ...- If ' 1 IHWIJ . 5 , ,. .gf H-, M I .v.-, 1 J 'X , My 39 I I f ,,- 1 - f V 'I Ir"" tif, THE STUDENT COUNCIL 'ight ivy Ep W 'Q Fw it if 1 . I ll' 4 i M Q' Rl N Smith, Morrison, Meredith, Cornelius .yy V I pei OFFICERS F ' 1 LESTER SMITH ..... . . President lf' WILLIAM L. CORNELIUS . . Vice-President 1 A MARY MEREDITH . . . . Secretary W CLARENCE MORRISON .. . . - . Treasurer Q MEMBERS , , VVILLIAM BLAKELY . . - . Education Representative GUY WEBB . . . Oklahoma Daily Representative 1 I EARL HENDRICKS . . President Athletic Council Q, HAROLD COOKSEY . . President Oratorical Council ' I K ELIZABETH BALL . . President Women's Council ' I ROBERT PRICE . . - junior Representative b ' BOB YODER . . Sophomore Representative 'ji 4 W TRACY POWELL . - Freshman Representative Q' MAURICE RUPPERT . - Member at Large 19 HERBERT OAKES . - Engineering Representative P l BEN HATCHER . . - Law Representative rj uv EARL CHESHER . . Medicine Representative 1:5 BUFORD BARNETT . . Pharmacy Representative Q FLETCHER WARD . . Fine Arts Representative it RALPH MILLER . . Business Representative gi? Ross GAI-IRING . . Graduate Representative CHARLES FAIR . . . - Member at Large mf PAUL LINDSAY . . Senior-Junior Representative lgig W LEE THOMPSON . . Sophomore Representative DALE ARBUCKLE . . Freshman Representative VERALD DAVIS . . Engineering Representative CHARLES SHUMWAY - . Medicine Representative f If RAY HOLT . . . Pharmacy Representative i gi GENTRY LEE . . . Law Representative 'Ez HELEN HAYS . . Fine Arts Representative F it-, Effie A551 ,H -,,,,-, - e-'--,e--e--e- L fq1e.,,L, V ,, aa- we ikaiiffii-512555 1222 4 S0 0 N E -H -P:-"W:-2'-I Wi 'P 1 H- '- f -f Y f --f v -eff---r -r f -Y f- e-f - -- f f f ff 40 ADMINISTRATION TI-IE STUDENT COUNCIL 4 . Cooksey, Lindsay, Lee, Oakes, Davis Holt, Gahring, Ball, Powell, Hatcher Arbuckle, Webb, Hendricks, Miller, Fair Yoder, Price, Hayes, Blakely, Cheste- Forcefully fulfilling his promises at the beginning, discharging his duties fairly as he ,saw it, and showing the minimum amount of partiality toward various factions, Lester E. Smith has guided the destinies of the Student Council through one of the stormiest seasons yet seen on the SOONER Campus. ' The work of the Student Council for 1923-24 has been manifold, the age old War on the honor system, the appropriation of funds derived from Student Council dances for various causes, giving the band a trip to Missouri with the football team with expenses paid, and the enactment of several new laws, have been a small part of the student govering body's activities. The Council for this year has not been satisfactory to everyone. There are obvious reasons. The various factions on the campus have not always been favored, which must be expected. The real cause for this dissatisfaction can only be laid to the students themselves, whose indiscretions and disinterestedness have often been the real cause of mistakes that should not have been made. This year's Student Council, regardless of personal likes or dislikes, cannot be charged with neglect of duty. Whether meeting the approval of everyone at all times or not, the Council members have collectively endeavored to serve the students in the most prudent manner possible. The Student Council, or any governing body, is limited in its actions by the interest of the group it represents. 41 F.- ... L , M.. E 7,7 v...-.M......-.-2---T.:-be , , I -H ,l A D M 1 N I s T R A T 1 0 N , , , i Z Igika 3...-L,- L, i - THE STUDENT UNION 1 'ET li' I, I. I Sidwell, Webb, Watson, Wallace Smith, Boyd, Hendricks, Cooksey OKLAHOMA UNION EXECUTIVE COUNCIL FRANK WATSON . ARTHUR GRUNERT MILDRED SIDWELL MAURICE RUPPERT CHARLES FAIR - LESTER SMITH . HAROLD COOKSEY . ELIZABETH BALL - JACK BOYD . . HELEN WALLACE . EARL HENDRICKS . GUY WEBB . . OFFICERS . - . . President, '23 . President, '24 . . . . Secretary MEMBERS . Representative at Large . Representative at Large . President Student Council . President Oratorical Council . President Women's Council . President Y. M. C. A. . . President Y. W. C. A. . President Athletic Association . - Editor Olkahoma Daily al E-3 HG 3 I 'Ql- x. Ps. I If, If if ,EQ I in Q ,Lf .53 'I fe AI if 1.-'Z f '11 iii ,F CPI 52' C53 I3 is T2 .. I U3 .Qi : -ZI' 1 J., A x,., ,-Q If eg" .1 'ff T 5, I gif A . ,I .3391 ffff all i Im- 1 'fi 1' , If-Q +71 z I, ,. 9 4- HE It -: ,I , INS" , . J .fi I"f 9.43 3.5 ,5- I .,? IIA, ., ,I C11 'I 5 I -1+ 42 l I I I u I I I I I I I I I' Q. I1 i I 3 1. I I I 1, l ! l I I I I I 1 I I l I E '2l'A"-L'f1K.a'-'wf'-+3f " A D M 1 N 1 s T R A T 1 o N ' "5.!,'1fXE!4Tf2'.i:E1:g!5f4:-3' f -- ac.-+ -.. ..... T.. - --.35 . Qvjl lil THE STUDENT UNION . -jj IN THE SPRING or 1923 the Y. M. C. A. building was gf destroyed by Ere, but not until it had demonstrated the ,fi value of a building on the campus Where all student activities could be centered. Immediately following the Hre a meeting of twenty-five of the leading students of the University was called in the home of President Stratton D. Brooks. As a result of this meeting came the plans for a Union organization. Plans were made to perfect the organization and to Hnance a building. jg An agreement was made with the Stadium Campaign Committee to merge with them and add S350,000 for a Union building. This campaign for a million dollars Jug will be conducted in the fall of 1924. The building is planned to meet the social, recreational and organization needs of the student body. The first floor includes a cafeteria, billiard room, bowling alleys and barber shop. The feature of the second floor is the assembly hall. This room can be used for student meet- ings, having a seating capacity of nine hundred. It will accommodate 300 couples at a dance. There will also be offices for the Union, Y. W. C. A., Alumni Associ- ation, student pastors, the book exchange, and ample lounge space. On the third Hoor are three private ban- quet rooms, oHices for all student activities, a memorial reading room, and literary society rooms. The fourth floor is taken up with hotel features. With no adequate hotel facilities in Norman and thousands of lg people visiting the University every year this is badly ,il needed. There is ample room for a hundred people. This will be of special service to parents and alumni who fi? visit Norman. The Union is more than a building. The organization is planned to care for the social and recreational life of the students. This is necessarily starting in a small way but is showing rapid growth. 'Gi Q? ,fy 1,3-3 lla? my il 1' 5'if-ilfivmfi A. 43 , , Y -- .. ,H ,LW L ,I -.,,,LfLg:.?::f:. , , ,,,, , ,,-, I. -Wm L -5. ,..ee.1...1..i-K-fa A sl I . v I I I! 9 TJ' ., e I Z: J I I , QI -. U A D M I N I S T R A T I O N ,' .QV-5552f'A:iIfgI1f?I:fTf1iI?+:f'Zg5f? fl l " ' ""'L""""i L if-:ir I- -I , -f wg,-:L :WI --- . 'L ,L YI --'ir' ,..g.' "' EI: Y kt, l F5 'E li- i I :FIT l , ifgjl THE WOMEN S COUNCIL Q ge l SLP! lim u l :fi ly 3 TU I I IYr,.,,,- 597' TSE, 1 I ll rf! 91 I '13 iff Ili? Q lffzjx I gp I Iii? li Q I I! NL if I YF 'I ':I 4' 2253- l :ik if 1' li I ft: Jil IPP ,ig I F. Y. I V Ik , " II. , :I bf fl :Cie DEI l uit W . ' W, I 311 I Reg 5 Is? I I' ' I -IJ? I '91 I I I ? I 8 II 1 KE I i 5, ' 3, . I - I I I: ,N I. 4 Il f' I 11535 I 'iff ' L, ' E527 I I pf? I I Connor, Whitman, Goodson, Britt, Schinol, Erixon, Reid, Ledbetter 'fig , :gk Cooper, Hays, Garee, Shanklin, Lloyd, Stanford, Henderson, Mays , Clymer, Boulflin, Webb, Stanley, Owen, Paxton, Wolverton, Neal, Barbour 452' Taylor, Nethery, Hudson, Jacobs, Duncan, Neel, Babcock, Bush ,lg I fqfll Armor, Hollis, Trosper, Wheatley, White, Burr, Holman, Ball iifff I :gg I OFFICERS I . 'l , ELIZABETH BALL . . . . . . President igggl KATHERINE HOLMAN . . Vice-President 15 EDNA STEWARD . Secretary ,fbi . , I gy N ANITA TAYLOR . . . . - . Treasurer fi, ,I f I 335 , REPRESENTATIVES if I I MABEL NEAL MARION FOSTER JENNIE ARMOR 'I I ISI ll JENNIE GOODSON ADALINE BOULDIN ELIZABETH GAREE lg: If I I LEAH TROSPER DOROTHY RAY b NAOMI ,THOMPSON 1 ' fl MARY CLYMER EDYTI-IE ACOBS ANNA BRITT "f Rf' P i K-IIffpgI, MERCEDES ERIXON CLEO REID MARJORIE HALLES , Rl AGNES LLOYD LUCY DUNCAN MAURINE JARRETTE K 1' IEANNE HUNT LILLIAN SCHMOE MARY BECKHAM jggql , CLARA JUDD RUTH STANFORD MARJORIE BURR ij" f ' LEONE HENDERSON IOTA WOLVERTON OLIVE DAVIDSON X Q' , 'WI I LORAINE WHITE MARIE ROBERTS BETTY KIRK gf! , ,Wg RUTH LINDEN OLLIE TRACY ADELAIDE PAXTON -ff, 3, ' I' 3 I MARGERY MAYES ELIZABETH FONVILLE FIDELIA WHEATLEY 3,23 'I ANITA TAYLOR BILLIE COOPER LENNIE LEDBETTER 'I FAYE HUDSON LUCY BABCOCK MARGARET MCKINNEY . I I,5 THEAL CONNOR RUTH B'UsI-I LoIs NETHERY Egg ' ', I MAY SHANKLIN PEARL VAN PELT VERA NEAL NETTIE WEST MERCEDES SLoss 4 I It'- ' ' I' I D wp, - I Q Q 5, f '.f- fi '-""3! P, , 2 I v.. 1- I -I I' In - , A-we-gg,-e ,g z-. Mg ,LW 1 . I1 I I. . I, A ' -. I I'--.4 I' Af 9 I A FIJ -- ,I 3, .1 ,II-.L . 4, , '. .. .fz'JI.:af.1'f,:'a-:,fe'a,'X,,,1' be I.,-.i 44 , ...,- , I. -..... ..,-Y W. .-:i.....,...... u ' " ADMINISTRATION 1i?4f1'r.E5A?i'+R9'1-'1' n Y-- K4 V5 Y ,L 'Y TF, Xi W 'I TI-IE ATHLETIC COUNCIL if 5. Q12 5, 9. . Renves, Dowd, Felgar, Tolbert Parkinson, Morse, Penick, Johnson E E .-if TI-IE ATHLETIC COUNCIL, composed of three student members and seven faculty members, is the fi, supreme tribunal of the SOONER sport world. All questions beyond the Athletic Association are Q. handled by this board. The student members are elected yearly from the Athletic Association, which is composed of "O" men only, while the faculty members are chosen by the president of the University. It The Athletic Council is assisting in the handling of the state interscholastic track and Held .bfi meet and the building of the new stadium. C ii STUDENT MEMBERS JAMES PENICK WILFORD MORSE 'f . ALPHA JOHNSON Q . ff FACULTY MEMBERS PROE. JEROME Down COACH JAMES R. TOLE-ERT PROF. EDGAR MEACHAM DEAN S. W. REAVES CAPT. PARLEY PARRINSON DEAN J. H. FELGAR if . PROF. JOHN ALLEY rf B . .ik . b D I 'lf ai' ' ' Q . 1 '-."." ': . . . . , . 'W ' 1. W, fix, n 1? V a "-r- A CR'-N2-3 1 5224 SOONEPQ i2fGf6QV 'V 45 " H 1 r 1 r 1-.Fen A 1 ,gf E-L 2-.5 -LL ,L:..,,L.eL.. 1' -- ,,,-.fL.L.I.,' f TEiga-3-r::g!4?Af::aTMI' M A z g A D M 1 N 1 s T R A T 1 o N fi ,umm-D 'mmm-"'i ' lil..-12,5 i"""'::.i' iigl' 'f'25,f'-'fa 1' ' Ll F32 lr T T F 1' ' , lgftfi , S I 1 T + 2 THE PUBLICATION BOARD ll T fi l 955' ' 91 F ll - T " E5 p 3 in ' l I V 5 f - Cf .V V , V or F 1 f 1 , T E l - "l f I Y 4 5' ' i . T T! l . I , 4 fx, 4 if Q fill P - ' M 45 T p 5 1 , VV,V VVVV I f ii Hodges, xV9W81'k11, Burr, Egolf Al I Garrett, Smith, Hallam, Eberle 1 9 I THE PUBLICATION BOARD serves as supervisor of the three student publications, the ii SOONER, the Whirlwind, and the Oklalzorna Daily. The publications of the univer- ' ' f' . . . . . . . . ' Y, ' Egg sity have become an elaborate business, the SOONER alone lnvolving in its pu-blicatlon QS and distribution a total of nearly sixteen thousand dollars, and the other publications i . are in proportion. 'li 4 The Publication board approves staff appointments on all the publications and lil, 1' supervises the Work, coordinating with the editors. This year at the mid-year election - px Sl provisions were made for two additional members of the board making a total of ten, 5 three being faculty members and seven students. 4 l 4 3 11 3 J 1-F OFFICERS ARTHUR HALLAM ....... Chairman MARJORIE BURR . - . . Secretary and Treasurer Egg 1 E MEMBERS 3 if,-Q' A J. H. MARSPIBURN ..... Faculty Member X Q LESTER SMITH . . - . Ex-Ofhcio Member 'Ni EDWARD HODGES Member at Lar e B l ' ' g gr , R TOM GARRETT . . Member at Large 323' MARJORIE BURR . Member at Large ' MERWIN EBERLE . . journalism Member E555 F A Lduise WEWERKA ..... Journalism Member T 1 Q Chosen at Mid-Year Election T ! WILLARD EGOLF - ..... Member at Large if , CSucceeding Garrettj r HOWARD LTNDLEY ..... Member at Large Q1 rl QTO fill nevv positionj ix E ' HQ ,1 HERSCHEL Nix . . . . . journalism Member I V ll CSucceeding 'Wewerkaj is Qt: 36 A T'-L11 as . 1 . A - - - A A - A A ' 1, "' "r"tTf"f1"'ggi'i'?'e' new Q uere A Q xi A we - it f 46 ' ADMINISTRATION THE ORATORICAL CGUNCIL Bohannon, Savage, Cooksey, Neale, Shaw, J. Thompson, Browning, L. Thompson Nalley, Fortier, Cooksey, Wewerka, Mooring, Babcock, Cook Grunert, Floyd, Cullen, NVatsOn, Tun, Lee, Pressly, Vogle Jacobs, Bucher, McAlpine, Moussa., Malay, Lannom OFFICERS HAROLD COOKSEY . . . . President ARTHUR GRUNERT . Vice President AUBREY FLOYD . Secretary JOHN HERVEY . . - . Treasurer REPRESENTATIVES CHARLES FAIR JACK NEALE LEE THOMPSON PLACE MONTGOMERY JOHN HERVEY ROBERT ANGLIN RUSSELL HOOGE LEE JOHNSON DAVID BUOI-IER FLOYD SWINDELL JOE THOMPSON LEV EDWARDS IRWIN VOGEL LOUISE WEWERKA HETTIE MALOY ELIZABETH WARREN 47 LUCY BABCOCK DOROTHY PRESSLY 'LOUISE BEARD ETHEL MCALPINE MARGARET SHAW GRACE BROWNING CECILIA BONIEIELD HAZEL JAMES RUBY VINCENT GOLDA COOKSEY GRACE GEER VELMA GODDARD LAURA STEELE CATHERINE OWEN HELEN HAGLER 'Au i P is -HISTORAXO O W-.ml iimmfv 2 QQCZSQQQ . ' 22535. QE--i -,,, .f J 'aw:...,-.'.. 1 'fag -1-ww:wr:'-vmtyrrlaz , . 1f'-- ,ii zgfffsrfrwmef' 5 5-. asf.. A ' - ' ...A 4 - ...,, t , 'Sr-11-r' 'S ., , Lx.. , ,,. . - .a ., ww - ,,-, We , -. Airs-f, ,1.A., 51.. OKLAHOMA HISTORY I l - I "wif v.v 11-lv A , ?f " g' fy ,, .. . T il C K l w A-if Q07 7 X fy xx g INS' ' lf , x N f' ki' X 2 1 pi r ' X 24 ,ff Ye' an-f' ,ua qyjyf, QQ X ws, , f ,Mg ! x Vt" M X9 l -4 W QX X if X7 PA 1 Ke is X222 A Ast SX we N, K' 49- Q W r f W' ff Q53 QA f l E I L-1. CHAPTER II And then the cowboy With his boots and spurs, his Wide-brimmed hat and trusty forty-five. Full of strange oaths and strangers humors, too. Jealous of honor, sudden and quick in quarrel. Pointing the herd across the prairies green, joining in the round-up or the dusty toil of noisy branding pen. Seeking his pleasures' in the wild night life of roystering cow towns and too often closing out an ill spent life in hectic argument with the town marshal or the county sheriff. I r L: 11924 SOOO:-Te n ' O 'r r r W.. 5, . A , i i i i 48 is O. O .... V r fn Q.iOQ fajx ' as " - ' a- a s 'a f- '-A I I 5554 XII L FA A , - , -ma, pf X I 0.14 1 -ca L- .Liza P. "" O I' '. .. I ,,-XI IMI. .I 'I , 11 A Ji Q.. 'I '4 ' 1' II . 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QI. .pf Q' ll I 4 H I, QQ I :Ii X Xl X f ,fp .-Ii' QI I ' f' I-If-. A, 54 G R: h V' -4' " -ww' mg A1 f N1 " XX -- I A TQ 2 +, " y , ' 1 f by , ILI 'g. I 'ga' ff- ' --fij YQ., ' I X "II if", 1 . 1 'PT' ' I . V f41:7" Pg ru if ,W1f' 1 - if M, N i gf, g :aff - ' asia Nr - ,. , Jy ff--. -af . 1 V I - ' - 64 'Atl --ffl '...i'..-- - f 'fi " ff - ' , " , - 1 f 4 gb ,.P:" ,'.:'-'J 7 wifi' '22-,g2,ff J: Ig -'aff 1, . . :N " q 3, 5 ' -.T 'fd 1 'fd LQ , ,"f--,f"ik'fi ' 5045 3 A -QJ51-Q, '- an .ggi . Q . if 1. ,Q-A .I agar Q -, ' ' -' s ,X f 1 "J ' -"I" , ' , " ' ' -" ' ' 119 , , ' P'l'f7"-: ' Fx ' ' ' sf-t. ?Q " 15? " - T 'is 'E' lgf-2-sf,.A ,I 1" -. - I " ' 44, ., ' '.- - ' ' L. ' -I I- I I'- ' II .-A'- 23, ,- "-' LJ, .g"r.. Ij. 0' - u ' Q . 5,5111 .rL4QI.b' fp Q .-x P, gs 4 THE CLASSES CLASS OFFICERS ALL-SENIOR' CLASS McClell:I1I. Byers, Vogle VVIILTER McCI.EI.I..IN .... - . President JEROME BYERS . . . . Vice President ORVILLE VOGLE ..... Secretary and Treasurer ALL-JUNIOR CLASS Long, Price, Egolf, Deane ROBERT PRICE ...... . . President VVILLARD EGOLF . . - . Vice President IRENE DEANE ......-. Secretary HERMAN LONG . . . - . . . Treasurer ALL-SOPHOMORE CLASS Neale, Mayes, Beard, Dickason I. HAMILTON NEALE .... - President JOE MAYES .... . Vice President LOUISE BEARD . . Secretary QUINN DICKASON . . Treasurer 51 'r Q A 'T':"":2A:'f'.ffH't,: ' '- " '1 T in: ??-"'?.. Z g , :iii 5:91 9 f , I I z .N 'Q I 1 'R i 6 W Q-Qui T H E C L A S S E S Q, Am -"M""i'i ""TAe.+-lx- , ' ' ,A is-1, flf.L.,,-..:,L.ff2'r BL. f I W ' ' ' ' A-1 qi Q1 32 THE OFFICERS fi' I., 125 QQ ALL-ERESHMAN CLASS ir' . STP A lf' UQ, Q75 ' tn Q5 sp, ' is 2? 1: Irs if 'ij 253 yfv iff: Ei! jul we ix. yi, ' RGS E' -' Jeide, Gittinger, Southern, Hicks i 9 1 WINSTON JEIDE ..... . . - President ,N I PRICE GITTINGER . . - . . . Vice President 5 I LUELLA SOUTHERN . . . . . Secretary 15, V-.V -, WILLIAM HICKS .... Treasurer GRADUATES F I ' ft Iii: 522 if ' I 1' 55- Ii ms in E ,gg I 7 ' 3 13,5 275, if" Y: if l -'LI 4 iff.. I f :WF L .5 ,ff 1 I a H 1 D we Sw H Sli . iii I VVhItney, Crump, Todd JOHN WHITNEY ....... President : jg? CHARLES SELZER . . Vice President ,'-Q 53 , MRS. M. E. CRUMP . . Secretary 1 I JAMES TODD . . - . . . - . Treasurer , je, gy SENIOR ENGINEERING .M i , If-" 2 iff: bf' ge 'f55'? 1 :yn '51 ., M I , E if fir, If sw "2 I 'Sf A vu 2.1 I Z. 1 246, X if? fs' I ' ' F I 1. I ' fl! :ff Bristow, Smith, McKinney -5 BELSUR BRISTOW ....... President gm 1" NEWMAN SMITH - . . Vice President 533, :, EDWARD MCKINNEY . Secretary and Treasurer ' win f . I '51 L, -A-N L... ...LA-wb. J., ,Z . , ,I , . f .. . . . .- ,N ,ALJ Aw L. . WLAN, , , 1, ,aww ern ,iiig-,W S ,xr ,Y 2, 7 J 7 T 51 I-I -I mr.. -I I I,., MI, A . . , i,-WI N. ,Irr ., L .. 1:-mf, Elf, fp.: I ' - f -' -if 5 -if 'fi' 'Q '7' U U N is F7 fi .rf-.levi-QZVAGQI Q 52 I' THE CLASSES THE OFFICERS SENIOR LAW Tnlhert, Robertson, Ridings JAMES TOLBERT . .... . . President J. LEE ROBERTSON . . . . Vice President OTIS RIDINCS . . . . Secretary and Treasurer JUNIOR LAVV ' Bouidin, Hatcher, Turner BEN HATCHER .... . . . President GEORGE TURNER .-.... Vice President ADDIE BOOLDIN .... Secretary and Treasurer FIRST YEAR LAW ' Brown, Kelley JOE BROWN . - .... President JOE O,BRIEN . . . . - . Vice President JULIA KELLEY . . Secretary and Treasurer 53 .-.,., ?- ,, , ,.-.1.....-..,,. ., ,Y'. .,.......Y,S...,-,,,.nf:V I ---- .Y H , , , ,Y ., ,. .-, 5-,-,2,.-e U., ' I I I ,49- Lg ,. 4. .HX ,, 1 I I, ' "H" ' ' J I f rr -H . 11 A ' . . I I- ' .I T H E C L A S S E S V,-.fa vfxff 'f7If:3'27.r.r "' I .,,.,L.,,s , -, ,C L .. I A ., I. , ,-,.L.,:.,. V ,, I , Y fir , Wi , - 9 i' '. THE OFFICERS M r I 'T 9 'I ' 1 I SENIOR MEDICINE , If l 'A Y Q div? ' ' TI ,I , I . ,mf vit' E ,Q 'I I"-, 'X I 9 Q . W gig ,I I -P, F4 I .I ii-,mi l 4 'ug , I ifff, I " 'T I iff' i I . I F1551 I 24- I I - 5 I ArmstI'o1Ig, Goldfeder i I A 4 VV. O. ARMSTRONG . . . - . President I-Qs! I ,- II JESSE GOLDFEDER .... - . Secretary ig, . , SOPHOMORE MEDICINE f , I . 1 gb, m . I U? :. I , 1 I gy ' ' il 1,11 7 ' li A ' I 'I -in f 'YL I ' 'LP- ,. , I Iii.. , .. . . X HQ. I SI A ' 1-ii? ' Iii Q Ii? ,. . ' 1 gf ' I I xg 1 W - , I MZ' I 1 ' ' . ' I WVickhzIm, Mitchell, Johnson M I MALLALIEU WICKHAM ..... - President Ig'-', ' ALPHA JOHNSON ...... Vice President 13? MARY MITCHELL .... Secretary and Treasurer FRESHMAN MEDICINE - I viii rg: fri' V L A IIE I M- - I, flii T A I' fi 1' I 'I N 7 ill 25 , I ' I Q4 ' I YI .Liv I L I. ,fi 5 . H7175 I " XL? f, I , W 153 ', NF- ' Northcutt, W'Gbb, Foerster ' HERVEX' FOERSTER - . ..... President ,gilt LAWRENCE NORTHCUTT . . . Vice President A1 Q21 ALBERTA VVEBB Secretary and Treasurer 4,21 , Ed, " D129 II fi LI , . ,K 1 1.0351 . te, .. M, I v ' I' ' ' - ,- , -Iv. -',f- ,- ' ,E .- -, .v , - 54 lk THE CLASSES TI-IE OFFICERS SENIOR PHARMACY Plmrunll, Barnett, Murder, Hawkins Buronn BARNE11' . - . . . . President Coy Hixwxxxs . . Vice President JEWELL PHAROAH . . Secretary TUTTLE MEDER . .... . . Treasurer FRESHMAN PHARMACY McC1endon, Reavis RANDOLPH MCCLENDON - . President ELMER MCDANIEL . Vice President HELEN MOTE . . . Secretary MAYNARD REAv1s . . Treasurer 55 1 V E , .A wc.- .LA-A' .Ax 15523- w. all -Q ' "" 'Qi F- Aff- 'L P55 '.. Q59 'f--'Li -, , 1, '- 1 -1' is if 'A 3 .--'.,"5 n ' if 2 , is 'y X tm . T fi? fgl H QM ., E "'9- i C P " Li L A Q , , , 5- I ' - Y S 1: S , 5 ' ,Y E 1.1 ggi x -353 1 ,lj , f 1, 1 4 'ff"E"5"jjG :iff K H ,mfr- 1 ., I I!! Ap,-fxqgl .2-A-L-. I xg P, "'u'ff.ng,l'F I nl! 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" 1- 1.14 A - 1 57, E :E5g:.:2fp:,1: W is V """' " .... - ' " 1 I ' 511 " .., ,nj J Elf 155 1 E ' lf?-I R151 9 53' JL 2- Q QU 4 y. fl ll , M , , , gg? -S .ivy WF 3 i 55 V , , :I if -uh- .,, . . 5-9 ' -Ib. !:5."w., Y LZLYB- ,' , I 1,1 g , i asv- 1 'E:i?'41' ' rf, , 1 -5,,.f V li. '- ra 'MQ Q-44' L'-- 5 " - 1 f. Q- .-- X 9 Tr? - . W ,I -R- ' 5'4"--+ , Q W, ' - , ,V -N-A Y Y, '-'gi J - '12-. , f M. Q-W f 4 C ' f 5 ' e 5, A T 1 N .375 , Qing ,, .. 'K-J 56 HE , A--f--V --'V - -1- ' 'Ja THE CLASSESl 2Graduate Kappa Delta Pig Phi Delta Kappag Congressg Scholiag Y. M. C. A. GEIQALDINE GABEL Oklahoma City GLADYS M. KIMBRO Oklahoma .Giiy HARRY T. FOSTER N orrnari Kappa Delta Pig Scholia. J, M. RUSSELL Norman RILLA LYDICK Stroud Glee Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g VV. A. A. T. R. VVESTERVELT Student Volunteer. Norman MARY VICTORIA MILLS Delta Gammag Y. VV. C. A.g Orchestrag VVhirlWind Staff. f A b'erd'em, Miss. CHARLES A. ,SELZER Kinghshar Kappa Delta Pig Vice-President Graduate Class. G. NATHAN REED Norman Kappa Tau Pi. JOHN D. WHITNEY Miami Phi Beta Kappag Kappa Tau 'Pig President Graduate Class. CLAUDE C. SMITH For! Gibson YOSHIRO1 HIRAKI Kazzazorwa, Japan Cosmopolitan Club. VVILLIAM F. SIIULTZ Norman Kappa Delta 'Pig Phi Beta Kappag Phi Delta Kappa. 58 MILES C. HUIMMER Ilarzrydfuli ,lay -I rf N 'W ' L, HH., . . AK... .I..,A..., ,T ff Qf""41' " rayon lfiyfog :ff-.-if-'A . fc" ' , 4 . I 5 ri- 12' 1 T , 4' . sw, 3. . Qs ,.s lei 7 , 1" 1 qu: .9 ff E . 2 ie '14 1- .3 . 5 i J' 5 J 'I :fr an i x 1 fi .NX M X. w .' if QL - 5 ,, 2 .4 af .V N 1 'f' 1, 3 ff 4 rr 1 if x 1: L ivibix c qu li' +21 M 1 A 51.5 'Lfl 2:2- Cf- '53 Q, . 3.2 55 Q F55 if tp f.-ff '-62. ii, . it D.. Ei? '5'. VL -'Au Wppgi' 'l -THE CLASSES AL X ' 1 Gfaduafe KELLX' DEBUSK Tcnzpln, Texas, Kappa Alpha. MRS. M. E.-CRUMP Durant , Secretary Graduate Class, '23, Scholia. J. T. VVIADE Lexington Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pig Supervisor Science, University High School. JOHN B. 'TODD Tulsa Pi Kappa Phig Treasurer Graduate Class. ARTHUR H.xLL.xM Norman Phi Kappa Sigmag Phi Beta Kappag Sigma Delta Chig Chairman Publi- cation Boardg Clipg Zeta Bigmag Red Red Rose, Alpha Delta Sigma. HAROLD H. TiLLoTsoN Latham, Kansas Sigma Gamma Epsilong Pick and Hammer Club, University Club. DUANE E. ROLLER Norman VVILLIAM V. Cox 'Carmen Sigma Nug Mystic Keysg Jazz Houndsg Business Opportunity Club, Buchanan Club, Alfalfa County Club, Varsity Baseball, '19, '20, '21, Varsity Basketball, '19, '20, Captain '21g Freshman Basketball Coach. A. M. WHORTAN Wynona Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Delta Pig Red, Red' Rose, Scholiag Graduate M Club. . BRADFORD 'M. RISINGER Norman r Pickxand Hammer Clubg Congress, Y. M. C. A. WARLIGK WEST ,Puneell 1 Sigma Gamma Epsilong Pick and Hamrricii Glub. A ' J. D. CLAY K Nofman . Phi Delta Kappa. ' A FLORA MQLAUGHLIN 'Norman " Kappa Delta Pig Y. VV. C. A75 Scholia. 'FRITZ Mcliinney, Texas ,..e 1- 5c'iii2'afsis1af 1-5 1-------,- ..-A f ...A .--Y Y, . 7 59 Lv 'J IF ,,::i,g xr.: f , Wig. W f . f .- Q can V N T Q Ji T H E c L A s s E s v A .-.swf 'fa-' -'l , .C - . ,.a.,...,.-,- -..- . I iii , A , . 1 52-' . F ,, . G ,J 5.1 -A,-5 'Sjl f -, 1, - ' 7 If '-gp . . LE, 1, fgzggduqgew- 2 l . V ," tg. , 1 -' l?, ki -, 'K " Fix Y ,P P, ,..: 4 ' A ,i AAYQ ' -iq C " - 4 . . il f' F' ARRQLL SIDWELLE 1 g 518101 1IZQl,g' .L 3 gi Alghgyg Gamma long7blFres'Hman Football, 9193 122'ittley:',L,:"- A553 5! .Pa-esident Pick andxg Hariginerg if..-4.1 1 ,Q Clkubf E235 chi chi Chig unter- ap ', Fgatepiiity Council, '22, '23,g Re'ii'K.elZ3l h.'- 1,5 ' 7 Rsoseg Ruf Neks. 11 " A . -' L g"'f-Ji L? JSDQNE PANVERS JOklaho1na?C'itf?':j1V :iff fflcaciag Phi Mu Allphag Sigmi Vi liipakmma Epsilong Ruf Neks Gleq Q. " , ".Cliib, '17, '19, '22, '23, Pick! andw' ,fr . Hfimmer Club. 1 I 1' r ,Q 'fy S.. HARRIS 3 ' T ulga 2 A B9fggTheta 112' 1 7 ' - 14571 . .5 ' x -' , I ' X ,L E1 EIEEDERICK TR. Hoop? 5 Nokrrtndn K' Kappa Sigmak Rho ,Chibg Phi Delta,-11 'E' 'H 1 Chig Lambda Chi 4Sigma,g Togagi gap, f - . Zeta Bigmflg Tannatg Stray iliillsgg I- . if f s d C a Y 1' at quare an ., omp ss. 3 ,Gp 2. . E -WJ J. I ' nur,-Q . ' 7.11, . ,E 5 .vit . -I' ' I .- a+ ..! . I- 4 ,.....-my-.5 , l . K ,i .1711 . JOHN YSAMUELL Hoznstbjrig-.lggZF2xgs Phi' Delta Theta. . f p p j" VV. 'Ross GAHlifNG 'Norhiii' Sigma.Qhi'g Sigma Gamma Epsildng ' X Phi Dli:lta"Chig Clipg President Pigk Q and Hammer Clubg Student Councilg ' Inter-.Fraternity Council. - ' ' l C. 'L. Hill SQb,ci+pQggee V Phi Delta Kappa. I V MARGQXRET RAYBURN 4 ...flclzi-Ng Q Iota Sigma Pi. HAROLD HULPIEfI NewtQf25.K4TLi4,5- L Pi 'Kappa Phig Lambda Nu., V ' M. A. MANSUR ' Mpmfiazz, 'Pick and Hammer Clubg Web-, '- Stexrianyg Drama Leagueg Blu62,Cu'r- tain. Clubg Beckham County 'Clubg Entre Nousg Las Dos Americasg, Business Opportunity Clubg Sociology H Clubg Red Red Roseg Scholia. 60 . .frm 'ff . 1 .fig 393 iT is! 'Aw ,r tk P21 l. ,-x .sg ffl ,s l,' lv '1 -4 J, .l. " JJ X. K. r .fq J. 1 , R rl. :wg lux , . s ah, ff -.1 .gg .Xi 42 CQ ....... .11 3. lk if gl 'ff l f-up I 'U 7 U C' 4 tiny: 'UN T H E M c g A sws 1: s .flifo-sw. 'N'-.'!m. 1 ,1 ln 'V , - if - :.x:5 Iv W :--,fr-vii' 'wufwg ,- A' 1. nf -V ,. . 2-, - f' vw- 'V ,'f1'.-wg-f,.y..s-, , , ' wfziffiy wzrq'-"xx, 'mfg-1 H A. W 4 tv .-'12-rpqx., -L2-qwf'g,f"":.eQ .f:-- -, . -.Lf1A,'4i.+'-Aff . 1 .M . - - f V. ' - r. f- 1 'lv-lf'ff:- :W ' t f .. W.: .,f.--, 1- fy , ...r-H -pf 1-. Y . , , ,...-'mn -, ,-LQ . 15" ' , -Y U - In ii xv- I A M A K ' .wj,,1'-QL " "'5'7E 4, L ' wx f 'tff5?"f!f1:w'. - N Y uv- ,,..f,1.-,I Y -hi Y 'ff '.. . ,,--- .-- 11- 1 sir' 1- H .," - 2561 , , w 5 ' Q 1 W . 1 ' , b . I Q. 1 . - ' CI- 1 - ' x 'V 6:3 , 4 4-wg N R055-f'z"G'. ' - ' - , ' , -A .vii -1: 'Gaim . ' - ' . 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C S O , f V' J- 'af 'H-,. .m,-gf' X, ff-HT.-A m",11.',,f'.V,i wr-QV-a 1 x-,y Xf"vf.9u.i'w 'wh .., Q ',..w4..wI'E!f-14-Q-ffik A ' ' J 24 H WL Q f.:.:'I'T,3'.-,,. aiu- 5. ., Q.: uc. . 4.-X' wg.-.4 J Su., 61 leak' 1' ll , I l HE CLASSESIQ Senior Atrtts and Sciences MABEL ERVVIN Paulo Valley Orchestra 5 Mathematics Club 5' ' Fiddlers, Club. LULA STOVTALL Olfgl,-mb Scholia. FRANK C. FULLER 0l6lllh0lIlfl City G. TODD DOWNING Altolea Alpha Sigma Phig Las Dos Ameri-V casg Entre Nousg Congressg Cosmo- politan Club. PHIL E. BLACKWELDER Norman Beta Theta Pi. P CLIFFORD C. FULTON Atoilza Kappa Alphag Chi Chi Chig jazz Houndsg Inter-Fraternity Council. BESSIE MCCLELLfXND Loveland Oikonomiag Y. VV. C. A. ELIZABETH BALL Oklahoma City Delta Gammag Blue Pencilg Phi Beta Kappag President WVomen's Councilg Owl and Triangleg Student Council: Student Uniong Poetry Clubg Pieriang Y. W. C. A. CARL WICKMAN Norman Business Opportunity Clubg Forum g- Mathematics Club. VIRGINIA 'VVIIITE Altus Alpha Omicron Pig Phi Beta Kappa. LUCILLE MCMILLAN Dallas, Texas Kappa Kappa Gammag Ducks Club. ELIZA GAFFNEY Gnllzfie Kappa Kappa Gammag Philologian. MARJORIE BURR Norman Alpha Xi Deltag Publication Boardg Women's Councilg Pieriang Las Dots Arnericasg Ottawa County Clubg Y. W. C. A. G. D. VA-E-SWEETLAND Norman Y. W. C. A.g'Philologian. - I. '.r I Q l In . . . -.-...Q-.. ....1..: .-+2 lla . ., .f 1- I- all I 62 D,,'.gR,'h43'a ,. , ..-,..... I 11. :gl -. I Q I ll-N .. "H A, , . 2 , V, I'- vlx . I. I., I-7' . I C l.. li- in 1r",' J sill If ?c ilu 'J i.. S-. I , ... ,, l , H, ff!! I , , I Ig 1.54 ,. .L V. fry vJ'Y...... . . ..-......f Y -. ...V . .Y . . ... :A ,rf Q..-Y. Ma - - ., , .:.-.,.. . .. ,..w,,,. . - ,U 11..-.- , ,U 4 ' -rll l . ,. ' T H E C L A S S E S . I -A' ' W il 41 ,X , r l I R .V I I Q5 I I 7 Syl 9 . l Lp . . . , . X I . be S I Senior Arts and Sciences I I' I I ' f I I VVINIFRED BONIQAM I Koala vp! EQ Y. W. Q. A. I pl gl? Q . MIXBEL NEAL 4 Tulsa '.I VVomen's Councilg Vice-President ' I S: I Buchanan Clubg Y. VV. C. A. ' Pl il l NELL TRUSTY Tulxa iff Ducks Clubg Y. VV. C. A. l Q lf? 'I ' . " 5 kill S'I'I.vIA Fostex Alfvrg l .Ai X' Y. WV. C. A.g Oikonomia. , Ii' All 'lx l W. VVILFORD MORSE BIWIWII 1 1' .5 I Sigma Nu: Mystic Keysg Check- W If "X l mateg Ruf Necksg Varsity Basket- l 'QL ball, '22, '23, '24g Captain Track Q I Teamg Athletic Council. I RUTH BLACK V Oklahoma City L I Alpha Omicron Pig Kappa Phi. A 'J E ' iii NIATTIE STANDLEY .dmbor . l "3 ' Zeta Taug Pi Zeta Kappag VVomen's if Q Council. y RAY O. HENDRIX Norman A Sigma Phig Alpha Chi Epsilong I ' . I Kappa Kappa Psig Red Red Roseg Q Mathematics Clubg Fiddlers Clubg ' Wig 1. L.. + Bandg Otchestrag Kiowa County . It Y , Club. fl? L I .- I . A if fl GRACE L. MC,CoIzIvIIcIc Bristow , 5-I 'i Oikonorniag Y. VV. C. A. . ,p 7 , I , , ' p. I ' e ' V, CHESTER I. DUNCAN Waynolaa f ' Mathematics Clubg Student Union. ' ' Q 1 .rl , N 5 I I Mus. D. LANGFORD BADGER Norman 'I I Io,-I Y. W. C. A. 5 Hifi ,jf EDNA WHITE Altus i .- I -TV Omicron Pig Pi Zeta Kappag Oikon- ' . omiag A. A. U. VV.g Y. W. C. A. ' ' Cabinet-- D ig 'l CARRIE L. SMITH Hafvilandj Kansas fl. bg., Phi Omega Pig Kappa Phig 'Blue ., hal ' Blue Violetg Y. W. C. A. Cabinetig' Q V1 Y I Q 1? Buchanan Club. I P ' E g 9- I A LORAINIQ WHITE' , Billings . all Kappa Delta' Pig WQmCD,S Councillg . 'I 3 I Mathematics Club. ' '.-ll lj I A -'-Il I 'I ' I f Y - L ...R i , C ss . ,... W Hs A . , .ly 1 A .5 K, - . 63 I. A .-Q I. I .FI 1 f"Q H! . .4 X.. .1 .F f-71.-A: 1--- 'W f " ' ' iff' ' 'N ......g--..E . A I :' !2ilf,.Qev,jX Q' - Xf f H E C L A S S E S R "'fI'1C..'i-' . i L ff X 1 . JJ. . , , ...H . . mn., Q W.-ff, 2' "N H ' V ' if-...am 1 1 . ,..g .,.-E...,+:,L:-'ls--Q-L-4 - f ,f l ffl - ..,.I...1,'-I 1-,ew-.1 .uf - ' .g' f . ' F.: - gi fflil , - . , - . e . , A, . I ...Senior and?Sbienc5,s.gX-'11 . , ' 7 3 ' i .Q l A ir E 1 ff. 2 1 .TQ I 'P X .,. - T -. I X -zETHEL BROWN A707'7I1L1lZi.l.?1' aye, li-"ll Ka Ph' . I 5 gl- .ff V 'PJ I ppa 1- . - PW, . .f .4 . A . . X X . ,I4 . Q X, . X I .I X tg , ,X T - VERGILUE1 TIMS X .. XPfig1wg-1 . bf , ' . Scabbard and Bladeg Sigh1a'.XDElta I 15. 1 jf gg' X .I Es? Exif Neksg Varsity 'Draclg 3227 ' J 1 A A V lil sz r . I f .1-1' 51 BESSE :ACLEMENT Normiagf f . f f Il - X3DQIta Delta Deltag Exchange ,Stud-I Ji' 3 'T' iig . , Cnt?X to France, '22-'23 g President, 'X ' . Entre Nousg Las Dos Americas.. XX . -'Q f' W.. z. SWISHER A Winffziz, Kanms .4 QE IX A - Sigma Gamma Epsilong Pick and P C5 1 iff? Hammer Club. I E E32 I . ' . A ' . V. ' I 1 1-'gd 'I tl. 'ai 3 SXANNA M. DEARDEN Brzttgn X fs.- E25-Q . Blue Blue violefg Buchanan club. . ' .1 C' ll ...E X ' I 'XODEAL LOCK A Allen like 'fi l Q Blue Blue 3Vi0letg Y. VV. C. A.g Wg!! ,E ' , Indian Qlubg Entre Nous. iffw' l X l I. lN'1 - . , in A. ' I - l if' l .5 I A . - . . 1.5 ALETHE5 A. BREEDLOVE ' Tupelp X, 32 lj-5' . 'Delta Psi Kappag Pi Zeta Kiippiafg . .. XQikonomiag Y, W. C.. A. Cabiiietg' ij, ,iw Secretary-Treasurer Coal County -If I F?" Cl b. ' . -. Jlft 'P X ' " ' Zuvl .3 X ,FERREQ BROWN Shawnee . Q IX ,ggi 'l Sigma Nu. ' I I 7 ' ff 'I if . ' 'Tj l E-rf 3 E A I.. X , X gf-2 ANNIE PROCTOR Ilfhitener, .4,hI2an.fa.s HE 1 Oikonomiag Razorback Club. ' gbr .X l 7 I l-it-fi , - 'MURI'EL VVILSON' -Nqgman iw T X ' . - fKa'ppa Plii. A i I ' ' ' ' .J X15-1 I Y JAMES S.X.BURLESON .Nb'mn1zuz1 A' ' X Business Opportunity Clubg Cleueg' Q I I land County Clubg Whirlwvind Staifg ' i 5 ,QQ X Cubs Club. ' XX WAXIX XX-' EDELLYSE WRIGHT A ' flfinitigii l A I ' Delta Gammag Y. W. C. A.3 .Zetag ' P . ' letheang Sociology Club. . ' ' , . . , , A xg X . .I Ii V, -. - I I ' ' ' . P . - F '. .Q . f - T l N MAE BELLE MOSCIER - PalkzslInte,fTexasX I X 1 1 ff Phi. Mug Y. C. A.g Last Dos ' ell. 1 Q, A X Arifeiicas. I I 1' f' -I . .... ' 3 'L-,l iw I X RUTH S. JONES Izilzhuza X 3, ' ,f Algha Xi Deltag Buchanan Clubg . - Q .I .X ' A. Piesident 'Le Flore County Clubg -5'-QI - 'Y. W. C. A.g .State County Union. I , QQEX! .Z-A4 ' f 'Lf' ,N l -:lp X,,:. 5, .A H -H - -.- X. n.X.X . - L -QA-A.-A--f,-------f--T XX' ff: I EETEL-.'55,, . M131 '11 wifi N li Elrtsfg-1' - A -I '-Fgtfllgiij' 64- THE CLASSES Senior Arts and Sciences IVA CURTIS DeBar1' Club. VVEIXSTER H. SHARP Phi Kappa Sigma. I. D. MAGUIRE Kappa Alpha. SRRA141 ETHEL ALBRIGIVI' Alpha Sigma Alpha. Ni.-XRY Er.1.EN STAFFORD .Icrzlcs Oklahoma City Norman Allus Lafwlolz g Gamma Phi Beta: Buchanan Cluhg Sociology Clubg Y. MARGBRY Mais Delta Delta Deltag VVomen's Councilg Sociology Club. L. MARY WooD.xRD Associate Member A. A. U. V5 CHARLES L. CALVERT VV. C. A. Chichasha SooxER Sraffg Y. VV. C. A.: Norman 7 G ulhz-if Pick and Hammer Club. PAULINE WILKINSON Kingfisher Y. W. C. A.g Philologiang Las Dos Americas- PAUL A. THARP Delta Tau Delta g Epsilon. Annum A. VAN COURT GRACE GARRETT Kappa Delta Pi. B. M. TANNER Pi Sigma Alphag Club. DPBORAH LONG Oikonomia. 65 IVinfieId, Kansas Sigma Gamma Eufaula Oklahoma City A I-'va Social Problems Lexington fvff. l l l l l l 1 l x , l "!l'THE CLASSES Mg, ,iv r .F Senior Arts and Sciences SCOTTIE DAVIS Norman Entre Nous. I RACHAEL STEELE Norman Meletaniang Philosophy Clubg,Y. W- C. A.g Sociology Clubg Cleveland County Club. AMBER D. SILLS Dixie Oikonomiag Stephens County Club. R. C. DRAGO0 Norman. Red Red Roseg Congressg Secretary Mathematics Club g American Legion. LAYRA STEELE Norman Meletaniang Y. W. C. A.g Sociology Clubg Cleveland County Club. GRANVILLE 'TIERNEY i Muskogee Pi Kappa Alphag Alpha Kappa Psig Phi Alpha Tall! Phi Mu Alphag Pe-etg Battle Axeg Bandg Orchestrag Vice-President Business Opportunity Clubg Junior Butlesque. HAROLD S. CooKsEY H Geary Congressg Little Ten g Oratorical Councilg Student Councilg Student Uniong State-County Uniong Blaine County Club. MARGARET ABER Purcell Gamma Phi Betag Phi Mu Gammag Y. VV. C. A.g Sociology Club. CLYDE L. JACKSON !Henryetta Acaciag Sigma Gamma Epsilong Ruf Neks- HELEN 'MAHAN Oklahoma City Delta Gammag Y. VV. C. A.g Bu- chanan Club. ' GEORGE E. LEVAN EI Reno Phi Gamma Deltag Alpha Kappa Psi. l OPAL WILSON Purcell Gamma Phi Betag Y. W. C. A-g Sociology Club. I LOVELL V. CHANEY Hunzer Alpha Chi Sigmag Congressg Gar- field County Club. MRS. G. E. LARASON' Fargo Ellis County Club. , ,I r X L ..,1 66 ,. .--,,v-..-...-..... ...--k-TB... .1 " f-'ff'fI?'-5:3-33I3ff'iEZH -'- A D M I N I S T R A T I O N ' " N I ll. ch.. a V. !2f:l :ill . Q . . W l Senior Artsfandi Sciences .H ll ' but 1 7 l ' MARY EL1z,usE'ru Srivrvsox Eufaula lf? Delta Delta Deltag Indian Clubg Qglg Y. W. C. A. VV. j. BACON Da-vidron . ,, Alpha Delta Signing Congressg ,li Cubs Cluhg Tillman County Club. lgfil FEI 3-.QW Zsxuz OLA Gmrrlru Tonleafwa Oikonomiag DeBarr Club. Iliff, RUTH WARD Tulsa lg? Phi Omega Pi 3 -Kappa Phi, Pieriang mfg, Y. VV. C. A. 5 -7- l 1 p . l ' l OPAL Nos Wcleezka :Hg Fiddlers Club, Orchestra. if li llif' 5 PAYUL B. CULLEN Rosfwell, Ncfw Mexico 'AQ' Kappa Tau ,Pig Delta Sigma Rho, 511- ' Congressg Oratorical Councilg Var-. l"q' sity Debate. ' 'T I - V. ' VIRGINIA Foam Miami ' "' ' Kappa Alpha Thetag Y. VV. C. A.g . Buchanan Clubg Ottawa County '- 1 Clubg Whirlwind Staff. ' fa' ' . Lil R. P. BATES ' Tulsa Q . Delta Tau Delta, Congress, Ruf L 'r Neksg President Pick and Hammer Clubg Varsity Track, '22, '24-. TE . . af-r,f : 1 , ALICE DAUGHERTY Wmcoka 5 55, Buchanan Club. iff fDzwEY WALDAEN M arietia if Varsity Football, '21, '22, '23g Varsity PQ,-' Wlrestliimg, '22, '23, Captain '24g 'f , Director of Athletics University High If! School. L. 1 3 Q .BERTHA BLOOM W etumkaf ll' Menorahg Philologian. .sw l 1 .MRs. EsTELLE..C'UNN1NcHAM Norman Las Dos Americas, Kappa Gamma 31, Epsilon. '92, ', l Mgs. R. C. MILLS ' Norman :DOROTHY HENSLEY THOMPSON Norman Kappa Kappa Gamma v Q , 'igl ,332 L...........a.....,...........,. . 5 -"4 .0 - , .. . .445 R.. I ,. . . , ,., A 57 b I I , .. v 5-Jil: . 4,1-1 ' L. I ga... ICJ N , .......it.,..,.,,.,...t-.,14.,,.,....z.-.T,1,, Y. ,ig -SC 67 1. . ,L .L . L N- 5 I .7-.Lmf:?"W" iff PF' QT H E c L A s s E s ww-w 4 Q V 1? -,..-..- .,-'.--y- nf,-L I ,,., ,, ...... A.. .--. 1 . ' -an i W V N YA Y W if - LL.,-., .t-.,....'... - . 5. , l ,h....... ., .. -. ,........,,..,,..-, ,,,...,,. , ,..-,, .... - La... dn... ,-V. . T ' ,El V i K' 3 ' Xfg -.gf , E .. X-1 MJ- 'f . f l 1' ,ja i3 5 A f . .Semor 1Aifl3s..angle,S2zences .,134..f,.f,, , a , T ' ' " ' ' - .5 , f.. 1 , , . . .,r ' :lf 'l, ' ' ' Fi ' F' l ' . ' . fr, ,-,ii 6 'x . f .5 J lf, I fl: I E : V A 4,1 N: l 11' E . 5 ,f ' ,SQ ' .-gl f f , , 1 ,, ,+Q:'v,L ,l 5 ' MILDRED . OLLAND- - ,Normqgz 5, .1 l . . f . ,. 1 .Q , I. . 5, -.fl - Del1,ta'lDel.fa Deltag Buchanan Cl'Libg"5,., " - ' . k . . A I I I .JJ . ,Q , '. Sociblczgy Clubg Plerxan. , ,V 31, , .163 .F l'ROBER'1'?i DURKEE Normkgi , ' Q' Sigma' Gamma Epsilon. , ' ' 9 -Q : -, 1 3 A - IV I JL. . 5 f ' ll. fi-E 15,1 5 j . ' gang ,Ur ' f- ,I 5 by A 11 l i 1 1 1. -.r ' ' V , 13 5 V IVIAN :VV EAVER N ormzm, Y 1 Phi' Omega Pig Oikonomia. , A J' 4' I ' V E fl HAROLD S. KELLER W Pafwhusia ff. Sigmla Alpha Mug Glee Club. Y L. - V 1. . JQN' X., .-1. '., ' "jr: V. ffl Bgx'cE E. FOSTER Chickaxha f Square and Compassg Buchanan '1' l , I . Clubg Oklahoma Daily Staff. ' vu l 1. ' X," I HELEN HEAGLER , Norman 1 ' , Alpha. Chi Omegag Pi Zcfa Kappag l ff ,, ' Melelfaniang Buchanan'Clubg W. AC. A. '- If .2 ' ' 1 I, I ,YQ ! ROBERT- P. HITCH Sterling L , I MARGARET NEELY Duran! L Entre lflousg Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet. v. ' ! -:E W- 2' l T :ff :ig . l 22.1 I' L HUBER1' BALE Q 'Ada ' l'R,.l . .fl nj- J 5 . ' Sigma Gamma Epsilong Clipg Pick' l, Fig! ' I , -and. Hammer Club. ' QA-.Q N J ' ' - ' - , J . ...Ek 1 ' E JOE "S'coT'g A114111 ofre f i f 2 I .V I 'V Vaiziity Cross Countlfy, '22, Captain 3 iff. Q l ' , '23g ,Varsity Track, 'Z3. , ' ' ll. l f 5 jg 5 gif. I hiv! , 'TH l flli 5 I g., , . 11 ,- '- I, Y N. CARLILE N0f7lLfl7Z 2 1 ' .MARJORIE MEHL Oklzzhomgz. City 511, i Pl ii ' L , L lg! 2 A I1ARRY1L. CROCKEQT Ardmore " 1 Al' S , Alpha Tau Omega-5 Sigma, Gamma 1 7 .EpsiCl'on. , L ' iff ' 1. CEciL H. FLEER Herzryeiia . g - 5 l . 2 yi? .g. l lf-Gy ,N . . l'll 1 -if .Ev 4, up l-' L lik Mhz' C. . 0 ' D 4 ' -. .. 1 ,-. - V, Q . I f "" fT,,A'f"g"""Ag"""'1 UQ: Lf , f:'e1..L limi! CJUT-.l.lf.',y . 68 l r I . ..- 1, ..y uv. '.x 1 .V 4 l 'S' 1'-il l 'P """"' "'L"""'f," ?C"' ':""'fE':'i'E'-1 9, '::1X?'a?A, Q.'g.i:3::?IQPv T H E C L A S S E S 3 ..:1'ff ' if," -'jf .- --- . . .---'- LY 4, Y, Y -I ,Y , H , ,M ,U -T--2-I-----1:h-wav-As Q H , ,f-,- T , . ,- . ...S , T22 .W 5.3" V..-1' -xv.:-JQET r.A',.-Al' ni 'wb ,S 3,5-,H-'IU' A- Nw-iv I - K5 U . - iii, . E lf 1 ff, rp li.. 2 1 .05 3 I E'-.5 -A , . . ' H , .' 1 tw i nj. ,V-. ,S,gnlor',A1Frgian4.,Sc1encg,g. -rw., if w L XV V l" V -' A. ' - ' 'x qt : ' E' . K , H. fl- w J Q., H - , l, V ' ' ' 1 5 ' 4'-' ' 'L ' ' ll . if VTNA ,lg I l xgff- .fd I in w ' , 'l , A 'I ' le- "3 ' - . as-3.11 up vs-ff 4213 'JA DENNIS D3 Bo9'r11E ' J , Wozjifcggzf K f 5753, - . . 1. . -Y . , . -i- 1-1 l f 'I liufpmzisslr' Opportunxty Club. . , 'tl .1 x , ft- .5 , Q l ffj., 1-Av l N 'QREYIS IEDQIJER .Manguim f l H . J 'w . ' ' ' ' ' . , ', ' ' in 4 'QL '. Stgma Nug Battle Axe. , ', rlf, , lj! 4 1 ' F l - ' rl Az: Q. .. ,.,..h,. .J gm - 2 1.2. Ea. . v 4 . I' ' , V ' QM 'til grllf DQ. if ,l IVIINNIE, PEEELER lvorfvzgzqll . ' I ' ' 'Kappa Phig Oikonomia. . A' ' ,fb 'ygr ' M-XRIAN' LOUISE F os'x1ER ' Clnckaxlzn, gli 'f ' - E - - V ' ' ', l' Camma Pln Betng 3. VY. C. 'A.g , l fi Euxiodelplmian 5 'Buchanan Clubg Vice- ' 5255 , Pregident Grady County Clubg 2 l 'XVomen's Council. ' A I 'le' "' . 1 ?'.'1 I 1 ' ' . , ' - lrif. Aus 11-LOMPSON M nrlqru: H' .. I ' Delta A Gamma g Y. VV, C. Aff - Sociology Club. - C , . , 'fi X A ' ' V I. REc1x.xLD GREEN - Uklalmma'Czly X n T -' - '. - . . ' Lu., . 'Delta Sxgma Rhog Congressg Blacl-qu. :if-2 In I .stone Barg Blue Curtain Club. , , ky , - ' I . ' ln V 1 , .v' V PV W ,DIE I A , LEONE C. TAYLOR Mqrzzzygn,-V X gi is . ' L.. . j JM, ff l Asnuzy H. SILLS ' . Dime . . Q -at l ' , . ,Q N f I N gi Stephens County Club g Buchanan ' Club g.'Am'erican Legion. ' ' 'ff ' , 1 U I. ,, , . , , l 'Lv I A ' if 1 41' ' Q gg ,Q BERNICE GAYLORD Ndrvnan l ' ' 'EL Phi Beta Kappag Kappa Phig u J QQ Zeta Kappag Pieriang Y. VV. C.' '83 ,I 7Cabine.r. - 1 14.53 ll f - .C . , . . 52: ll 2 QLQOEA- GQOPEIS' Moifvizggn 1 5 5314 gif C W' Q ' Oilionoqmivag DeBarr Club. if ' 'Est E E vw lk? ' - A 'il :FF -' 1 .57 . ff- , I : ,EVELYN VVOOD 1VIzzr.vl1aIl, , gil "" ' - Razorback Clubg Socmlogy Club: , . 3 gil ' W' I - '.-ff-.,-A1 .,,. " ,Ms ly. . lg ' .fHELEtN BEAUCHAMP t ,Manymznzfj . .- ex E ' .- " ' , vw. ' j Y. VV. C. Buchanan Clubg. ,f l f l Vd1'SilfY'4Ql,uti.- 4 Ng .C -. . uf loaf QQ ff?If'AQLlmE CALHOUEJ - fShzi-pu11pb- I 1 ll C Q 4 ' E 7 QU ki . E N of-wwf f ua l l Phil"v1QappalE Pa. ,C SJ. 1 N Q., 1, . ' ' l. WJ... 4 Wlwi l gt-A , ff 1 to gi.. , ., 3537 li uf - -. gn. ,ill yy. l 5. 1 - fi1,,,,, 3 ,WW .T.7.,-C..f.f.-v... .--5 Y . ,, fi T.: . , ,, ,V ,,., . . -,-.e,...-gfg f 'f .lg Pullefigfw 4.- 11.17 gikig'Q93Ai.-ll',.-SLM.-.."55filL,?SfE IQQ4 fi QI' Cl N E FQ' ,'3,f'g,. . .fi f --. t :A L fl Y , -V fi- - , H :- -..--1 ,Y 111 Y -.iv -Lv-,-,n,.,,, , f - ,- -531, CQ. -, .if .,,,.:.-.T,-,,.,:..,Y.- Y Y ff-4' 69 -' 1- ec ' ' ','z1g,f:.a?tL .L . JLTHE cLAssEsyf 5L.4s..L. L A Y --- Senior Airts and Sciences. HELEN Hagfs Olalalzoma City Kappa Alpha The-tag Phi ',Mu Gammag VV9men's Council, '22g "Twelfth Night" Cast, Vice-Presi-, ' dent Blue Curtain Clubg Student Councilg "Merry VVives of Windso1"' Cast, VV. C. A. J. LEE, CROMWELL Enid .Phi Gamma Delta, Alpha Delta Sigma, SooNER Staff, '19, '20, '22, '23, '24-5 Business Manager Oklahoma Daily, '19, Business Man- ager Mardi Gras, '19g Glee Club, '23,g Cubs Clubg Business Oppor- tunity Clubg Whirlwind Staff, '21, '22, '23, Garfield County Club. BETTY Form Poleau Alpha Phig Blue Pencil, Buchanan Club: Y. VVL C. A-g Cubs Clubg Sociology Club. RUBY COLLINS Sulphur Alpha Gamma Delta, Eurodelphiang Y. VV. C. A., Buchanan Clubg Murray County Club. BERTHA BLOOM Wctumlm Menorahg Philologian. ' PAUL GOODMAN Durant Kappa Sigma. FOSTER HARRIS Norman Phi Tau Gamma, Blue Pencil, "X"g Devil Dogsg Manager Produc- ' tion Clubg Vilhirlwind. Staff, Okla-. homa Magazine Staff. ESTHER BELLOWS M ariezta Gamma Delta Pig Mathematics Club, Latauqua Clubg Buchanan Club. MRS. T. G. JOHNSON Norman Alpha Chi Omegag Oikonomiag Y. 'W. C. A. GORDON L. PAINE Purcell Y. C. A., McClain County Club. ' JULIA KELLEY Madiil Phi Mug Owl and Triangleg Blue Pencilg Pi Zeta Kappa, Vice-Presi- dent 'Y. VV. C. A., Marshall Barg Secretary-Treasurer Freshman Law Class. 'BERYL MAUPIN T also GUY P. WEBB lValeiz'a, Sigma Delta Chi, Clipg Editor Oklahoma Dailyj Treasurer Sum- mer Student Council, '23g Editor 1 Sooner Student, '23g Ruf Neksg Burlesque Committee. . 9 Phi Gamma Deltag Sigma Delta Chig Alpha Delta Sigma-g Business Man- ager 'Whirlwind, '21, '23, '24g Presi- ' dent Cubs Club, '22, '23, Ulzlahoma . Daily Stalf, '20, Clipg President - Muskogee County Club, '23, '24, State-County Union. 70 BUFF BURTIS M zzsleo ee- 1-'I JJ. :si Ty! if LV! LI lil' Si 'll 1-F . l ,. 1 '. if -r - ll ' r ,. ,T .a l .V i . ,I l ' s l g , ,. -5 v. -1 -. l 1 jr! A-.filll lf, U ff," E l I Mi ai' -lifv ggi l X .ff f. ' V gl fill Q-.'.l l. .L-5, A iv. in n 1' 3' '?'-'STI 2 13'iA7i' rg' F if 4 .l 1. .l, q . if ..,l li-'fr' lei l.a.a.a, .....,-a.., ,. ...g':'F','.g,, ,-,-fl-fV:'.e-I ".a...' W 'W v ' 415-i'l!1.Z'gT' ', .".I,.i 4 ff. .Z J ' R ' ' 'v 2 N .. . A . 1-M -ETHECLASSES.. - 1 .af Y . -..Jil . . . 4 , if i in Senior Arts and Sciences M Gli.'XCE I. FORRESTER Okl!l,l07lld City Entre Nousg Y. VV. C. GRACE YVINN Normmz Kappa Phig Kappa Delta Pig Y.,XV. C. A.g Sociology Cluh. RUTH A. HOLZAPI-'EL Okll1ll0lI1d Cifye XYERA Dfxcos Hda Alpha Omicron Pig Kappa Delta H Pig Y. W. C. A. HELEN ANN RUMPEL fjkitlllflllld City VVILLIE DEVVITT X Idabal Buchanan Clubg Y. XV. C. A-5 VV. A. A.g President ,McCurtaiin County Clubg State-County Union- MARJORIE STAFFORD Norman Alpha Omicron Pig Y. VV. C. A. MARY MCGEHEE Oklahoma City Gamma Epsilon Pi. Liu' E. REIMERS A Elmer CHARLES R. BEBBINGTON Kansa: Cily, Kansas Alpha Sigma Phi. AUBREY M. FLOYD Oakhur-.vt Zeta Taug Theta Sigma Phig Pi Zeta Kappag Blue Pencilg Presi- dent, Pierian, 'Z3g Secretary Ora- torical Councilg Y. W. C. A. Cabi- netg Chairman VVomen's Debate Committee. MARIAN MOFFETT Y Norman W Oikonomiag Y. W. C. A.g VV. A. Aag DeBarr Club. 1 BEATRICE WOOD A Marihnll, Arkansas Fiddlers Clubg Orchestifzrg. Raior- . baeli Club. , V ' RVOBERT MCNEELY 1 Tecumselg Clipg Sigma Gamma Epgilong fPi'ck ' . and Hammer Club. ' . n . 'fi if 'ff' "7 l-Y 4 D ',T,.fffS5i'Z'f:1-215:-2.If'1"-4 1 L,.,:.-S-z.e.,..e,:... --i.....i.- vm.-1 CA1.-are We -1 J ev.-ef-,.. . J- 3-.J hiqaw- --f -- f - -f -- -J-4 71 ? .,, .1 -, v i Y i y -ia 5 r ,C-gn, ig: :L.L.,,.4,i':' if+",11 -M v r M-1 was lliguzff' .1 If E t' T H E C L A s S E S w5'Va:5:fja12fggQff?f.55E1iZg'A375-ggpt.' , P , H ...Ama -. ,, - . -E . . . -B---W--W---W. ,Q X 1-i as-.W ,JL .-40. - -f-Lff --an . f. - f f::.--- f - JP- 1 . .. sf-l Wi? T53 ' -. 1, , gan lj, E- .. fkq: -,.Li:.., - .".-'rg1,ii,.',i if iqfy-Q J.. fig lifu -iii.: l t If la- -mc er' 1 Q , f I l .inf i 5. up ',,, .emor g1.nfSPanzLgiSc1en.ce5,, - l If? 1 h i... a 1 I. is a HJ A, if Vi1SABEL jDU1fiEY lg ' ,Alai-vzzavzd, if l fjg - . Pi .Beiga Phi. Q V I.,- fhx: ' ' , .4 F: f ' , N' i- afsfyf, '-.xg li, . VIRGIL G,5'ljI,xELEY Olelahofgiia 01131 ,B 4 ul . KapJ3a':1?au Pig Y. W. C. A."fca15i- fa '11 fl l ' I net, "'22x,g'023g VVCbStC1'lE1I1Qf President VH ' ,SQ lgfi ' Liltle .Teng Oratoricali Council-g , Q . K I fl Q 'Student Preachers Club. ' lx E- ll 'gf Q- l 2 lfif tQ, i . 9 , , l in ' A- ff, ,1 l. ,'. L Q GEORGE B. GRAHAM Okmgufj N 4 lfjj ir., . Phi Kappa Psi. 1' 'il il l , CoNNiE VVALION l . jvgbfgf' ' ', ii, ' . Kappa Thetag Square and Compassg ' ' if I Cosmqpolitan Club. 1,9 li. ' , A ' ' 1, l LL ' ' . I F QQ 43' Q " , , f l 5,1 N DLQN E. SCHYDQLEIK Q Oklahoma Cigg? if ' Kappa Tau Pig Forumg 'Little Ten gp ' QQ 5 Buchanan Clubg Y. A. Cabi- f fiji lip , l netg Student Preachers Club. I ' A ' -' ' ' if A 'Q i MRS- K:X11iIi C0313 ATOTIILZITZL f V 'Lambda 'Kappa Sigma. Q ' - j - 11 1 Q . 5573. ' J ' CHARLES H GREEN MQ,07'K'!HHd 5.- jf l Acaciafs Phi Alphal Tau: Web- A - Il isteriani - ' ' I H. 1 l MARK SIX TATUM. Stigldzq In Q in Sigma lDelta Chig Alpha Sigma - ii i Q22 f, Deiltag AR,ed Red Roseg Glee Club., '. 'iii Il fig" '22gf Clubg Haskell County . 'Li' Club. E P 129 Y-, ii lffif ' Ti l 'I ,. ' 1.41, 5 5 ' ' rg. W. J. 'TI-IOMPSON, JR. c1k1ah0f,m any P F1155 VPhis.pGammg Deltag Band, '20, '2'1'lg3 l Q ' ,Ride-Tefam, '20, '21g Business Oppor.-I ' P552 kg ' H- ,tunity Club. ' , '- -- Eiglcj 1 l 4 'W ,IQ-ANITA' 'S'IlEPHE'NS Parity l T - ' l - . . . 1 . l 'IN ilf S . Alphflf 0m1Cf0H P15 . Olkoniomms' 555 5 i,,jgQ , Kappa Phig Glee Clubg Yqgvv. ' E' . li P253 Cl' A.,g.Noble County Club. p .' UAE: . , . . X V V 5 .gym , ' YCHARLES H. CLIFT - 'Lafpqtggj lf? l B i MRS. E511-LER CMWER Ndbimizzg 4- TOWNSEND MCCLURE . Nov-mim . Pi' 'Kappa Phiig Kappa, Tfau Pig - ' ff J , 'I'iFeas,i1i'er Business Oppdfiunity , 4 , A ,Clubzg M. C. A. E lgj W 5 i ADA' PEVAIQCE " V V ' Norman l " ' -. I Entre Nousg Poetry Clubg Latauqua ' lgjjt 1 .P Club. I ik liig pp . P UTI: J T 1 333 ' -I 'L . 1 'V f "1l"L."'.f' f ' 1,1 "'ff" 7" ' fl all . 4 ff .P giE,-.ll2T:2i'L:iQ.ffl..':.i,Q1.5.g gg- Higgs 72 C VV. Cowfxx Ole: 'l'lIIi CLASSES Senior Arts and Sciences AIHN R. JACKSON llobml Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Chi Sigma, Pe-et, Sigma Delta Psi, Varsity Football, '21, '22, Varsity VVrestling, '21, '22, Greer County Club. Business Opportunity Club, Fresh- man Football, '20, Freshman Base- ball, '21, Okfuskee County Club. NIERLE D. Pkmm' Normrzn Phi Omega Pi, Kappa Delta Pi, Oikonomia, Pierian, DeHart' Club, Y. VV. C- A. Fnwcas Srrrox Duntmz Chi Omega, Pan-I-Iellenic Council, Vice-President Stephens County Club, Y. VV. C. A., Buchanan Club. M XRCARET MCKIX N Ex' Norman Alpha Xi Delta, Y. VV. C. A-, Las Dos Americas. CoR'r1s L. Amex Clmrolah H xzer. R. Bonaxxox Shaftuztf Phi Omega Pig Kappa Phi, Y. VV. C. A. Cabinet, Secretary Philo- logian, Sociology Club, Pi Zeta Kappa, Indian Club, Oratorical Council. Dom Deaxe Cunumsss Norman Alpha Omicron Pi, Y. VV. C. A. SIBXL WILL1.-ms Snydu Chi Omega, Buchanan Club, Kiowa County Club, Y. VV. C. A. SW! K. BIRD Dam: Scabbard and Blade. MERWIN EBERLE 1VOI'Illll7I Sigma Delta Chi, Red Red Rose, Cubs Club, Publication Board, Sociology Club, Oklahoma Magazine Staff, '23, Cleveland County Club. IXYII-ILEEN KIRBY Denton, Texas Alpha Chi Omega, Y. NV. C. A., Entre Nous. EDMUXD F. ESTERCREEN Elgin, Illznozs Pick and Hammer Club, Athenaean, University Club. As vnace Moussa K1 cbs Delta Sigma Rho, Alpha Kappa Psi, Clip, Congress, Blackstone Bar, Drama League, President Oratorical Council, '22, Student Council, '22, Publication Board, '21, Student Union, '23, VVinner Old Line Ora- torical Contest, '21, VVinner Missouri Valley Oratorical Contest, '22, VVin- ner Render Medal, '22, VV'inner Avery Prize, '23, Varsity Debate, '23, '24, Pittsburg County Club, Secretary High School Debating League, President Little Ten, Sequoyahan Society. 73 ' 111 zz ll . 8' l 'I' H E C L A s s E s . , vi' W I. L- B 1 -1-4: A - , 1 Senior Arts and- Sciences - EDITH KIIIBX' Danton. Alpha Phi. C. A. MCADAMS Indepemlczzce, Kansas Sigma Nug Assistant Football Coach.. Louis T. BARNES Oklahoma City Alpha Chi Sigmag Phi Tau Gammag "X"g Productions Clubg Blue Pencil. Q ADELAIDE PAXTON Norman Kappa Alpha Thetag Mu Phi Epsi- long Womenls Councilg President School of Fine Arts Associationg V Entre Nousg Fiddlers Clubg Orchesa tra. BILLIE COOPER Muskogee Pi Beta Phig VVomen's Councilg Y. VVV. C. A. Cabinetg Sociology Club: Indian Clubg Vice-President Social Problems Clubg Buchanan Clubg W. A. A.g Muskogee County Club. JONNIE D. SHARP Bristofio Alpha Xi Deltag Oikonomiag Pan- Hellenic Councilg Creek County Clubgx Y. W. C. A. PRENDA TIDWELL Oklahoma City Alpha Gamma Delta-3 Iota Sigma Pi. , LOUISE WEWERRA El Reno . Secretary Theta Sigma Phig Okla- homa Daily Staffg Whirlwind Staiig Organizations Editor SO0NER,' Okla- homa Magazine Statig President Zetaletheang Publication Boardg Secretary Cubs Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g Oratorical Councilg Buchanan Clubg Pi Alpha. ' DAVE PHILLIPS Hasfings Delta Pig D. D. M. C-g Sigma Delta Psig'Ruf Neksg State-County Uniong President Jefferson County Clubg 'Varsity Baseball, '22, '23, Captain 224g Freshman Baseball, '21. -HEIJEN 'VINCENT Norman Kappa Delta Pig Y. W. C. A.g Secretary-Treasurer Scholiag Treas- urer Cleveland County Clubg DeBarr Clubg Orchestra. I CLAUDE J. ANDERSON Enid D. D. M. C.g Alpha Kappa Psig Phi - Beta Kappag Pe-etg Clipg Student Council, '23g SOONER Staff, '23g Whirlw.i'nd Staff, '23g Congressg Business Opportunity Clubg Garfield County Club. LILLIE ROBERTS Oklahoma City Y. W. C. A.g Scholia. QTETTIE L. WEST Canadian, Texas Kappa Delta Pig Women's Council. VERA B. NEEL it Norman Phi Omega Pig 'Kappa Delta Pig Pan-.Hellenic Councilg Women's Council. . 1 f A , , 74 f- ' - "T i'?.'f,,.,.Tt..55 T II Ia c L A s s E s I , JA l If, " ""-"" A -.9 '--rft V '7"x1-f"-'f47.+ ax-l G. I if i C Senior Afflgland 'Sciences 5-'27 A l' , LucII.Ia WIIIIIz'I'ox Oklahoma Cify A jack AU. RAIJIOIQD Oklahoma City Sigma Ntig Harper Bar. :Jw . ,t l Effl JOHN F. DEMIXC Snyder Delta Tau Delta. I-'::L Jos. C. HI2IvII1II1LI. Madill 5.54, Acaciag Scabbard and Bladeg Mys- ' , tic Keysg Jazz l-Iounclsg Pick aIId , Hammer Club. lig- X M.-Injo SHAW . Thomas 'X Gamma Phi Betag Oikonomiag De- fi Barr Czlubg President Eurodelphiang -l'l Kappa Phig Y. VV. C. A.g Oratorical I, l Councilfp American Association Uni- '7 5 I versity Wfomen. :v,1' . - EARL C. MADISON Britton Tizmssa WAIlfIsLEY Pocasset I Delta Psi Kappag Vice-President VV.A.A.g' Secretary-Treasurer Caddo I County Clubg Ducks Club. RUTH GARBER Enid I Delta Delta Deltag Theta Sigma ' Phig Associate Editor SOONER,' Cubs Club. WILLIAM H. BAYLIFF Cherokee AxNIIs L. VoN TUNGELN Norman Kappa Delta Pig Pi Zeta Kappag Kappa Phig Y. VV. C. A. Cabinetg 'I V Las Dos Americasg Latauqua Club. iii MARGUERITE GIEZENTANNER Drumright 'I Phi Mug Pi lZeta Kappag Y. W. JI C. A. Cabinetg Der Goethe Vereing ii, Pieriang Pi Alphag Creek County ', X Club. I II-:NNIE L. LEVY p Oklahoma City Phi Beta Kappag Kappa Gamma ,m l Epsilong Theta 'Sigma Phig Secre- Q l tary Entre Nousg French Playg i pl Womenv's Council. lf' . if I CARL L. Lrmruwoon Norman I .YJ ' if . Sigma Delta Chig Managing Editor Oklahoma Dailyy Cubsi'Club'g Social il X. 5.5" N QV, lp Problems Clubg Cleveland County gif-It Clubg Sociology Club. - " 'LUCILE LEATHWOOD- A Norman Cleveland County Clubg Sociology Ifji Club. 4 ' Igti 'L - ?Zf. ' 75 1i 'A ' -1 77? 2 W i ""' V-1 'i"W" :T'mL:"7" 1- l -,"" '-'ii ?3i'fv"'f"'E' . 5 T H E C L A s - S E S i'?y15f:.,3?fi21E?-f3':'f'.-izfi 135 uf I lr ri' "mr"-WTC-'K"il+ ,Tr ' ":'iLf.v ,, ..i2,.1.11f..f- , ,':1':i.:g,1Q ""'-1-':V"'f 'K it '- 1 :gl , . gun .. J :W ff :WN , ' ' ' H ...'l.,il.'f' i l .1 , ,I ' .Q WA- 5-l -I 1- xiii:-if f I p .f . lgxlkgi , an-1 1 if 4 1 , 5:41 9 K if wnrvruhrggi amg,Q2.Scgenees'-5, all 1 2 ' . f . l 1 1, , 1 j -, p J- if 5- 9 vt ' . 3. za :Q . 'x Lf, 4' ' 'i 3 1 5' - -'xl LILLIAEN VVEISEEBQANQK f gEEgMzz?i i 'f ' W ' Ifggppza Pglgiifg VW- 'C. A. g- B'uch2ggi3arl-ff? V' ,JZ I l. a . P L 1 . K . . i - --NA - , e- il , 1 .Wx nil . f VIRGLNVIL MINTON , fi 1 .P'- ' j I i'-Q.filtaf!Gammag Oikonomiag Ijelfakrlg 'Zi' P ,oiugii Y. W. c. A.. Enfodelphian., 5 ll, I, Lf K H Q- il ilVIAlg'SgYLVlEREDITH . Mufkoigiliq V ggi 1 f.. 1 Kappa Kappa Garnmaq Theta! ' , 1317! A 'Sigma Phig Secretary Student Coun'2'f".,' ' ,Zi Cubs Clubg Philologiang' Y. f .V if l ii " I ' -' 35,-4 l . , ' i, ' ' 1-4' 5 ,. 5 VEIQNICQEALYBARD C i Y Helena ig, I I Philf5Mug Sociology Clubg Razor-A 'Qgl ' A-hack Clubg Alfalfa County Clubg V e ly , A- .A Glee Club, '25,. Q45 Y. W. c. A. , - Q l 5, ' H 1 ' f far. . I . rf .Mt M , 'MIXBEL LEAHY EDVVARDS V X Qfillfbvhlliigfl 4 Q4 flf . Pi Beta Pllig Buchanan Club." . .' wwf' -. X jr .- 4 'M' I' .xx. I MgCoLI50'UcH iH'omi5toi5 Texas, lf: f ' Betaflllgfeta Pig Jazz Hounds ' I' , I .Night'?':.'Cast. V I . C MA-RGQQQET L. Moomz if j,Bzfrce1l N I ' Kappa Alpha Theta gi' Delta"V'!Ps,lw - K ...nfs Kappag Qilgonomia. V ' ffl iHoWAi1D. Ricxizuws ' 5 Sigtndg Sigma Gamma :E gsi- g ff' . . P . long and Hammer Club. ' ' 24 Eff L f .fd ' . Wh, Mfxnmifq -BILLPNGSLEY .Olelahoiizj City . Q, . V Pi Bfeta Phig Buchanan Club. Q gf? Jf1t4jc1LE'Mooizg, Oklalipiizpq' City ll Q Giimma Phi Betag Y. VV? CQ' 'ly " Ducks Clubg Cegptaifi. Nl ' i. J ' lLifg'QSaiferS. . ,gil A , Y ff. V , X ETANTOIQ NV. THATCHER T 1, Phi' Delta Theta' Chi Chi ' in N' 1 Mysfii: Keysg 12122 Hounds. i - 'N lf ' ' .5 "l+joHN VV.. HYBAIRGEIF ,iz Ni. gl G , A1 no ..pc . '1 c p l ' - .MA1gQAP4iiT' PFXIBERTON I FL Mci4QIe2:mf' E ' 3 ,Q Kappa Kappa Gammag 'E'uVgQd'elL l 5,1 li J xphiang Sociology Clubg Pan-Hellenic' Li jf, ' ' ' Qquncilg Y.,'VV. C. I , 1 3, - 'i 521- i A -f Y lfiglwizifkogefe V ,lj 'l , . Kappaiiiappa Gammag Ducke ,Clubg ' fig Q5 3 "1 . - fhilolofjiang QEntfre Nousg I ji i .K ' - C, A.g Indian -Club: Owl and-'Tii4 1 11' li ' ' alfgle. i e p Q . is . B vi A I ' 'L' l, i I 'I l ,' 0 . N W 3- ' " A f A' - - -V lbw.- ....,,,,. .,. ., . .. ,, .W v M , Y ,ET Y 1: - in ,,:, . ' A El 76 ' ' S THE CLASSES Senior Arts and Sciences LELAND LAMB Clirzzozz Beta Theta Pi, Ruf Neks, Battle Axe, Secretary Custer County Club, Freshman Track, '2l. FLOYD L. SWINDELI, ,flrdmore Quo Vadis, Athenaean, Oratorical Council, Pick and Hamrner Club, Young Democrats Club. XV. TIARRINGTOX VVIMBERLY llagfrman, Nrfw Mrxiro Alpha Tau Omega, Sigma Delta Chi, Clip, Business Manager Okla- homa Daily, Assistant Business Man- ager, '21, '22, '23, Inter-Fraternity Council, jazz Hounds. Douorm' Barres Mc.lle.rler Alpha Gamma Delta, Eurotlelphian, Cubs Club, Y. VV. C. A., Pan- Hellenic Council. LYDLY PACE M angum Kappa Kappa Gamma, Entre Nous, Indian Club, Greer County Club, Y. VV. C. A. M,xRiE TACKETT Oklahoma Cily Gamma Phi Beta. FRANK A. PEARSOX Oklahoma Cify ALMER S. MONRONEY Oklahoma Ciiy Phi Gamma Delta, D. D. M. C., Pe-et, Checkmate, Sigma Delta Chi, Phi Beta Kappa, Chi Chi Chi, Mys- tic Keys, Clip, Red Red Rose, Edi- tor Oklahoma Daily, '23, Daily Staff, '21, '23, '24, SOOXER Stalf, Letzeiser Medal, '23, Student Council, '23, Treasurer Summer Student Council, '22, Editor Sooner Student, '22, Chairman Burlesque Committee, '23, Student Union, '23, Jazz Hounds, Assistant Varsity Pep Manager, '21, Freshman Cheer Leader, '20, Fresh- man Football, '20. MRS. ESTELLA A. RACKLEY Cherokee Oikonomia, Blue Blue Violet, Y. W. C. A.: Alfalfa County Club. Joi-IN C. HARRINGTON Oklahoma City Phi Delta Theta, Mystic Keys, Chi Chi Chi, Jazz Hounds, Varsity Tennis, '22, Captain '23, '24. LORENA B. SICKLES Muskogee Las Dos Americas, Muskogee County Club, Blue Blue Violet. GEORGE L. CAREY Shawnee Sigma Alpha Epsilon. MeXRY CROMWELL Enid Pi Beta Phi, 'Associate Editor SOONER, Sociology Club, Social Problems Club, Ducks Club, Gar- field County Club, Y. VV. C. A. FOY R. CRAWFORD Ponca City Captain Polo Team, Secretary- ' Treasurer Polo Association. 77 our A A -1 THE cLAssEsI,:. Senior Arts and Sciences LUCILLE POLLARD Claremore Gamma Phi Betag Buchanan Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g Rogers County Club. IOANNA SCHAEFER Oklahoma City Delta. Gammag Pieriang DeBarr Clubg Y. VV. C. A. . NORTON I. ROLPH Streazor, Illinois Kappa Sigmag Chi Chi Chig Pick and Hammer Clubg Y. M. C. A-3 Federal Clubg American Legion. C. PHILLIP COLLINS Woodstock, Vermont Sigma Chig Iazz Hounds. FRED HOLMAN Guthrie Sigma Alpha Epsilong Business Opportunity Clubg Quo Vadis. GRACE EULISS Oklahoma City Alpha Chi Omegag Y.'W. C. A.g Sociology Club. LEONE HENDERSON Winfield, Kansas Chi Omegag Women's Councilg Philoltogiang Y. W. C- A. HILLIS BELL T also Pi Kappa Alphag Kappa Kappa Psig Bandg Glee Clubg Inter-Frater- nity Council 'g jazz Houndsg Pick and Hammer' Club. EDWARD M. CATRON Ponca City Sigma Chig Phi Alpha Taug Kappa Kappa Psig Battle Axeg Bandg Glee Clubg Sooner Quartetg Pick and ' Hammer Club. ELIZABETH FONVIELLE Oklahoma City Phi. Omega Pig Oikonomiag Y. W. C. A.g Women's Council. WALTER MCCLELLAN Blackwell Sigma Nug Sigma Gamma Epsilong Chi Chi Chig Ruf Neksg President All-1Senior Classg Glee Clubg Male Quartetg Mixed Quartetg Manager Burlesqueg Inter-Fraternity Council. MURIEL HoLcoMBE Oklahoma City Alpha Phig Zetaletheang Y. W. C. A. , W MYRTLE BRAZIL W etumka Gamma Phi Betag Phi Mu Gammag Eurodelphian. MAYBELLE C. DITZLER Norman Delta Delta Deltag Mu Phi Epsi- long Accompanist Girls' 'Glee Club. 78 va, L . 4 1 if 3 C! 4 X a 1x 1 fi ffl' sql' 5. I-'P uf" W... if' , 1' lrxlji ALi v Isl ll!! 9215, 'L-fs 5:-ii .5 ' uw, Fil' f-all Q-',?l .na ,... Elvl 1721 :'f' luxi Pr lu! ill Nfl IT: Iffl iff ,. , W , 4 1 I Gig sw! lv? ?' r SJ? :va-l llffc lf? 1 ni', lflxg i gl' Y a. K 5 I Vi' I-if 1.-,E Pill 4--l V4 a-L E itil L Em F 1"- lvl YEVLE R321 :lg :nl 1f.f.I llgh Av-gn' F2 rf - i 1 f' I-Tl'lECLASSES-' A A ...H ,A . -..r ll H 'fir V -1 fr A iv fZi,4 if V yfivi A R ,.. Senior Arts and Sciendes' 'THELMA RI'1'1'ER Sfumunge Alpha Chi Omegag Phi Mu Gammag Philologiang Las Dos Americasg Entre Nous. G. D. Ros.-xmas Batangas, Phillipines RAY F. MCMILLEN Ranger, Texas. Acaciag jazz Hounclsg Engineers Clubg Trignorni Club. HUGH GOGGIN Shamrock Alpha Sigma Phig Ruf Nel-as. CATHERINE HOLMAN Wetumlza Vice-President VVomen's Councilg Y. VV1 C. A-3 Pierian. , MARGARET PEMBERTON Mad lzzslrr B. L. GRAHAMK Bartlemsuille Sigma Alpha Epsilong Glee Club-g Pick and Hammer Club. BERNICE ENcL1sH Erlmonzil - Alpha Phi. , - iELLfS 'V. CANNON' Oklahoma City V Kappa Sigmaj Sigma Dfflta: Chi. , .NM .V . , I .,i.i.,g,,l3.: J?-,-.nl YT .- 32,1 5 fri pg ,Q VV x W 1 N .V 79 ...s,-. fl T H E c L A s s E eq f to -- g f C- .C . "r'm"'o"l"N it L- ' , .0 -.i :Q 41,4 ,gg v ja 3' . fn ,Ill bi 'ii ,W it 9.6 J 4.3 Wh.. fl ,F .,Aa. QE.: U' M , -SE' QS, ll "3 wif, FQ . ov if-'3 lie! M1 5' 'J ' fl the js n 'rf- .53 r, ,I '55 - 4 itz, iii wp v, '4 1 'LF , rg. -r E' 0:1 fri ,Q A """? Q 1 A w - ' H, ,.'.,, E t 571, Y-pgpig-,-lf, ll-at iff 5. , K - 'gy XJ. ,, X . ,f X 3 A . ,Sgnzor-L ang1,,Sg:leng5ggL Z -,gt ,rggf il , .' - ' . f 1 l 1? I I ,N We . t :rj 9. if , ' 3, -L 1 J l ,, 'tg GLADYS GEUILLOT a l 12Iffd7ll07:g' ral? Q1 ' A f, ,, ., Q, fg ,' -'13 Igappfa Kappa-Gammag Entre Nqpsigf' 5' if A Y - VWomen's,wCouncil. 4' 1 A. I -1- . , jl ' li . gil i 1 if 'F w w " , , X . . '- 'ft 1, l: i QJWQBQDYEI A ' EBAQ- i rg, 1' .f - A ,'t?ffQQ-7' ,gy 1 QQ "Alpha Chi Sigmag Young Demo? fu , lei: Q ', cigats Clubg Varsity Football, '22Qg lf' L V235 Mathematics Clubg fAthenaean.f if if-If ' ' f ' . 'Lf' 1 ,V 'L 5, I lQ"i L ' LNEZA BEVER F aiwvia-i'q i l"i i , Alpha chi omega, Phi Mu Gairimag f T915 Bl-ue, Curtain ' Clubg Zetaletheang ' iffy is Sociology Club. , if-5 5 W Q iifl i 'Y LFJCILLE GKifFIN A A7'd7Il,QlfiQ -A Pi Beta Phig Y. W. C. A.g Secretary - li-fri ' 5 ' Social Problems Club. , ' , , kafii .' ,. - tj sw . - I . , . I: ffl WEBER' , ' ' ' ,Sulphur li- Alpha' Deltag Y. C. ,Ag iff: , M IJ- H. 1 V Clubg Murray County Club. X V , ' 'B li ' ' ' M a Y' l 'A lt A e i K tr, . J., X fi 'ia ,1 59' Q HUGHWMT Mosse Jackxon, M,i1sLfiwsigpAi- 'fjgl 5:55 L5 Kappa Sigmag Athenaeang Pick and. " r if , gl: lg I H'3mmQI ifCiU'bg' American Legiong f , ' L TPL Ll ' Fec1eral'sClubg' - V71 '55 Q A5 " ' A ' Q A E 1 1 1335 z A ' A . 1 V ERQ. Qiarrrmq Nlirman - I ,jf l , Pi'iBeta Phi. 1 p Ag-i V? i , 1 gt- 14 r ' , f E 1 I 5.1 lg VIRGIN , xg :fi A 5 '. K'ip1pa Alpha Thetag Deltai ' if-L ,. Jlf' f ta' Y. VV1 C. A.g Ducks Cluhig, - 'fiyi J-il A-PPL' 1 - ,, Wg AQ A. X A QA iz ,'.CgHAR'LES FAIR Hgmfslmmaf ' ' " 41 ' - J . . . - . 'K ' l "C 14? l " Alpha Slgma Phig Delta Sigmaf'Rho"g QA "L ' Oratorical Council, '23, '24-3 Student' 5. L WWI! ' I Councilg Student Uniong WinneQr ' I .gg LE I, Render Medal, '213 Inter-Society ' ' Hifi! , Oratoricafl- Contest, 'Zig Inteonationfal 1 ,-2 wif H Patriotic Association53Or-ajoriciil iCOI'1:' ,Xa l Y fest, 1215 Missouri Valley 'Represen-I f A ' i if , - tiative Oratory, '23 g Winnperihlipssouri ' Q ' ' H Q i Valley OratoricallKContest, L2ZIfgAJPi'esi2 A g 1 1' :LLL l 'Congressg Glee' ,Clube Young R 4 A Democrats Clubg Buchanan 'Clubg J gfq jg, A Pittsburg County Clubg 'Junior Bur- I - 41- l ' ' ' ' " 'cl ' Qi 3 .A,. A A -rt, . 1 Y , 7 lesque Cast, '23vgx 55lStun,E Night" Fast, 'Z3'j Little Ten. -. AH 7 n ' l QP C i A 531 Lf' . ' ' 1 l , li' C ,Mr ,N C CH, .C C as C ...tr C ,-....,.,E...-.."?Il . ,, na- A lf'I?'7w 2-ricafifzre:-:gag-if-A1,-Qf-5, 80 THE CLASSES Senior Business IJERMAN B. STINSON Norman Kappa Theta, Athenaean, SOONER Staff, Business Opportunity Club, Captain R. O. T. C., Cotton County Club. DALE CANNOX Lockznvburg, flrleansas Kappa Theta: Lambda Nu, Manag- ing Editor SOONER, Assistant Editor, '23, VVhirlwind Staff, '23, '24, Presi- dent Razorback Club, State-County Union, Band, '21, '23, '24, Orches- tra, Cubs Club, Business Oppor- tunity Club, Athenaean, Zeta Bigma. HENRY C. Bkowx Temple Business Opportunity Club, Cotton County Club. Rox' O. KELl.EX' Brislofw Acacia. CLAUDE T. Youxo Norman JIMMIE MCGEE Cherokee Acacia, Red Red Rose, Zeta Bigma. EDWARD C. PE'1'rY Norman Alpha Kappa Psi, Forum, Busi- ness Opportunity Club. GLADYS VVOODWARD Carmen Gamma Epsilon Pi, Kappa Phi, Business Opportunity Club. I. VVILLARD BELL Bridgeport Kappa Theta, Congress, Business Opportunity Club, Y. M. C- A. CLEO C. INGLE Poimu Pi Kappa Phi, Kappa Tau Pi, Alpha Kappa Psi, Clip, Jazz Hounds, Major R. O. T. C., Inter- Fraternity Council , VVhirlwind Staff, Business Opportunity Club, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. R. S. SPENCER lValter.v Business Opportunity Club. RALPH V. MILLER Torzkafwa Alpha Kappa Psi, Business Oppor- tunity Club, Kay County Club, junior Burlesque, '23, Student Coun- cil. CLARENCE B. SMITH Henryezta ' Alpha Kappa Psi. VELMA L. GODDARD Claremarf Chi Omega, Gamma Epsilon Pi, Secretary Business Opportunity Club '23, '24, Rogers County Club, X. W. C. A. Cabinet, President Mele- tanian, Oratorical Council. 81 I I r T H E C L A s s E s - A 'lf ,, ',,J..'rF . Jai, 'D 1. i Seniqr Business VVILLIAM J. VVHITSON Spearman, T exas Alpha Tau Omega, Alpha Kappa Psi. TRAVIS R. CASH Hollis Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Chi Chi Chi, Inter-.Fraternity Council, Ruf Neks, Mystic Keys, SOONER Staff, '20, '21, Student Council, '20, Busi- ness Opportunity Club, Varsity Football, '20. GEORGE M. HOHL Sand Springs Alpha Kappa Psi, Kappa Tau Pil, Oklahoma Daily Staff, '23, '24, Busi- ness Opportunity Club, l'Vhirlfwind , Staff, SOONER Staff, '24, Colonel R- O. T. C. RAY A. RICHARDS Norman JEROME S. BYERS Oklahoma City Phi Beta Delta, Vice President All- Senior Class, President Menorah, Congress, Cubs Club, Business Op- portunity Club. - COLBERT B. MOORE Norman Phi Mu Alpha, Alpha Kappa Psi, Pi Kappa Alpha, President Busi- ness Opportunity Club. JACK E. BOYD Tisholmizzgo Kappa Sigma, Checkmate, Seab- bard and Blade, Mystic Keys, Red Red Rose, President Y. M. C. A., Student Union, State-County Un- ion, President Johnson County Club, Zeta Bigma. RAYMOND YOUNG W ichita, Kansas Kappa Sigma JAMES O. PENICK Altus Pi Kappa Phi, Varsity Football, - '22, '23, Secretary Athletic Associa- tion, President Jackson County Club, Athenaean, Business Oppor-I tunity Club, Y. M. C. A., State- County Union. M. J. JACKSON Perry Phi Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma Pi, Jazz Hounds. FORD BISHOP Yale Alpha Tau Omega, Varsity Basket- ball, '23, Varsity Baseball, 323, '24, Ruf Neks. T. R. REID Madill , Alpha Kappa Psi, Business Oppor- tunity Club, Marshall County Club. RAY H. GRIFFIN Kosse, Texas Alpha Tau Omega, Ruf Neks, Longhorn Club, Zeta Bigma. JAMES RACKLEY Cherokee Alpha Kappa Psi, Business Oppor- tunity Club, President Alfalfa Coun- tv Club, State-County Union, Red Red Rose, Forum. ,i. .- 82 1 , , - .- V., v .yy-1 . A 'elf-K'-f H ITI-IE cLAss1:s lk - .V --- - Y - ,A .L X' -J .,., gh . l Senior Business l tj GEORGE F. ARMOR Canton fr ' Pi Kappa Alphag Business Oppor- 7' tunity Club. X HAROLD K. McDOWELL Loyal Y 1 Sigma Phig Alpha Kappa Psig '- Lambda Nug Forumg Business Op-. 1, portunity Clubg Red Red Roseg i Kingfisher County Club. . 5 u XNALTER D. SNELL Oklahoma City Pi Kappa Alphag Alpha Kappa Psig -'Q Jazz Houndsg Business Opportunity 'L Clubg Inter-Fraternity Council, '23, - '24-g Golf Club. I. 4. 1 . . WILLIAM B. H.vfs Oklahoma Cily gi, Kappa Alphag Philosophy Club. r ' QL l ., V ' .Div ,A - I .sw RV.. .', 1 i Senior Education KEARNS B. CORNELL Weatherford Kappa Delta Pig Y. M. C. A. ...ix ig WILLIAM BLAKELY Norman .1 Phi Delia Kappag Scholiag Clipig ' f Y I 5 Glee Club, 22, 23, 24. - 1 : l X- 1 + 1 ELEANoRiK1NcHEN Oklahoma City 4 ., s Q I" MARY L. FOX Norman l Alpha Omicron Pig Kappa Delta Pig Pieriang Orchestra. 5 : ii? ' we f ..'f. LLM... asyw. . -. R ,L..L--., , A . s I M' if tv 'za -I "- ' - -. rf- V' ..-N .. - . .. -. 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V Mg' 105113 Kmcf ' ' V Qlhlilegizak- ,.kAlpha Xi Deltag Y: A.. ,. Q1 Scliolfiag ' V ' I1 .V Cl IVA ' .fahldquzgh Alpha Xi Deltag Y.. VV. CL A,g Schplia. ' A i C. V. ATHERTON Tulsa V53 Piy.Kappa Phi g Kappa Delta Pi g 'ffl Scholiag Forum. WTYLIE MERRITT Scholiga.-' ' CHARLES SF. VVESNER ,Cordell ' fd GEORGE BENGE vfNQZ'm6i7Q.' 'I Kappa Delta Pig President Cleve- ' iff landf ,County Clubg Blue Curtain " l Q' 4 Playgf Las Dos Americasg' V'Web'- QQ steriaimg Varsity Basketballg 3Stat'e- ,ful Cpunfy Ulliuflllj Scholiag Redf Red 535 Rosez' , D 1 ' Q w - A lyff l'f'f WSHANKLIN- V- EA 1 edfofdl - gl 52 4 Councilg 'Y. VV. Q Qi, AHBLLISV LEONG Cornelius, N. Q5 lr . Kappa Delta Pig Scholiai Pliilbifpliyl ' Cl-ubg Vllebsterianlg Red? Red-e Rose. I. .... , e .---.,,.N,-.. ,.,.,.. -..,...a.i.1......a..e.....J Pl .' " 1f'.2f'3k?G5' I 9 2 4 S fi CY' H1 E. P-L',RQ2?Qi5iSgqF5:f 5:22. S22 ,B-F - ratpfvi L, . LK xiw M., 84 ' Va 4. ,Vu 1 .fi- in ps ,x THE CLASSES S'I'EI,LA CASH Patton Phi Omega Pig Kappa Delta Pig Blue Blue Violetg Pieriang Indian Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g Social Prob- lems Clubg Okfuskee County Club. MRS. TIIOM.-Is LATIMER Norman BESS XVEBB Altus Omicron Pig Y. VV. C- A. BEss L. LAIRD Norman Scholiag Pierian. l'I'EA VVOLVERTON I'f1'ClI1l0I'L' Kappa Delta Pig Oikonomiag A. A. U. VV.g XVomen's Councilg Blue Blue Violet. GL.XDYS HALs'I'ED Guthrie Pi Zeta Kappag Y. VV. C. A. Cabi- netg Sociology Club. LINNIE LooIc.xImUcII Watonga Gamma Phi Betag Kappa Delta Pig Kappa Gamma Epsilong Las Dos Americasg Blaine County Clubg Kill Kare Klub. ELIZABETH VVARREN Hugo Alpha Phig Zetaletheang Y. VV. C. A. JEXNIE L. ARMOR Canton Kappa Delta Pig Kappa Phig VVO- men's Councilg Glee Clubg Y. VV. C. A. Scholia. MARY MILLIKEN Altus Kappa Delta Pi. . TREssA B. RICHARDS Oklahoma City Kappa Phig Y. W. C. A.g Scholia. ANNIE COX Benton, Kentucky Kappa Delta Pi. GRACE BARNARD Madill Phi Mu g Scholiag Y. W. C. A.g Marshall County Club g Sociology Club. - MYRTLE ROGERS Lawton Alpha Gamma Deltag Y. W. C. A.g Scholiag W. A. A.g Comanche Club. 85 ffm' T HE cLAssEsl'l' f ' ilk I Senior Engineering R. BEVERLY GREEN Y Sapulpa Kappa Thetag President A. I. E. E. 3- Enginfeers Club. - HUGH C. SCHAEFFER Oklahoma City Sigma Taug A. I. E. E.g Engineers Club. H. CLARK DENISON Hobart A. I. E. E.g Engineers Club. JOHN M. DEVINE Oklahoma City Alpha Chi Sigmag Sigma Taug Toga. G.RENVILLE HicciNEoTHAM Norman Engineers Clubg Stadia Club. A. H. SCHLECHTER Olzeiene EWING M. SCHLAGER Oklahoma Cizfy Sigma Taug A. S. M. E.g Engineers Clubg, St. Pat's Board. JAMES. LAMAR Morris Pi Kappa Alphag Ruf Neksg Var- sity Wrestlinggx Engineers Clubg A- I. E. E. HoRAcE H. MANN Pi Kappa Phi. M. J. CARPENTER Pick and Ham Club. J. C. TURNER A. I. E. E. T. J. JOHNSON mer C-lubg Sapulpa N onnan Engineers Moore Luflzini 1'exaLr Pi Kappa Alphag Scabbard and Blade. JOHN 'WALLIS Norma!! Square and Compassg Sigma Tau-3 Clipg Engineers Clubg A. I. E. E- GEORGE T. CROUSEK Tulsa Sigma Taug Sigma Gamma Epsilong Engineers Clubg Engineering Geol- ogy Clubg Pick and Hammer Club. 1 l' . i., 86 f-' L l J' Lila.. 1 -,, -..,. . , .lTHE CLASSES- L. '-I l , IT"-Lll . , f - if E if A -Senior Engineering ,cu- ii EDWARD L. NICKINNEY Norman ' Varsity WVrestlingg A. S. C. E. XVILLIAM E. DlLWOR'l'1'l Nefwkirk - Lambda Nug Engineers Clubg A. S. ' C. E. ARLINGTON W.xccox1:R flmify, 11 rleansa: Sigma Taug Kappa Tau Pig Engin- eers Clubg Pick and Hammer Clubg N Y. M. C. A.g Razorback Club. BELSUR BRXSTOVV .flnadarleo I 1 Pi Kappa Phig Sigma Taug Lambda 1 Nug Clipg A. S. C. E. SIDNEY M. GROOM Brixzow Phi Gamma Deltag D. D. M. C.g Chi Chi Chig Checkmateg Battle , Axeg Engineers Clubg Varsity Base- ballg jazz Houndsg A. S. C. E. EDVVARD XV. MARS Sapulpa X Pi Kappa Phig Sigma Taug Kappa - ' . Kappa Psig'Clipg Togag Square and 'i Compassg A. S. C. E.g Engineers, X , Clubg Bandg Orchestra. l Q H. D. BROWN Carmen ' Lambda Nug Scabbard and Bladeg ,, Square and Compassg Clipg President' A. S. C. E. i ALBERT T.. BRETT Ponca City .lf l Kappa Kappa Psig Kappa Tau Pig 4' Bandg Vice-President Stadia Clubg State-County Uniong President Kay Q. County Clubg Polo Team. i FRANCIS H. BICKEL Parkersburg, W. Va. Sigma Phi Epsilong Clip. l fx . l ,,R. .Lee MCINIYRE Geary I Acacfiag Engineers Clubg A. I. E. E- g, iff Blaine'County Club. 1, f. w fr , . y y?EizW1s W.. HALL Dardanelle, Alrkazzszggg Q Kappa. Alpha. - lil? GWYNNE B. Hiu, Oklahoma City iffy Lambda Nu.-3 Engineers Club gi Glee. I Club. ' fn . I V Tuennnz O. D. SHELTON .Nozfman 2' Kappa Thetag Kappa Tau Pig Clipg, Trip 'Engineers Clubg Engirxeeringf, Qepl- , 1 'ggyiclubg Pick' and.,Hammer Club. l REASCHXLVVQRIMES Mineral Wells, Texas 'lib' - N Lambda Nug Clipg Square and- Cornf V , - . passg President -Engineers Clubig' Q if .4 .. K , 1 ,, . 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W M23 'L 'I 1: .4 .' l 13" P '-5' .i 'I 2 1 ' Q I .' . 1 . .,. i I lil H' I 'iii .f .senmarfdiszglngeffng I .il l Isl - .1 ' ' 1' ' Q f 3 'K I . -A I I 1. M g- .2 I-5 all ' ' ' ' 'I-' ff I .I ,Lu . ' .FEP .Qi EUGENE J. SMITH .- El Rfg,g5'5..L,. De:IIa.fPi5fD. D. M. C, Alpha chi f Sigrnag ,Ruf Neksg Clipg St. Pat's ,ff if lfijjj Boa.i'dg. yarsity VVrestling, '2L, '22, V ,. Bi '235 State-County Union-3 Presidient f I Cahasiian County Club. J I " Lggiu ' ' I 'IJ 1 . . . , , 4. Q 2 t , A l . , . ,ll ,ni MARK HARGIS . Guzfhyiii ,-', -. I l Aeieiag English Clubg Scabbard and -:W V ' '-H I I Blggieg Ruf Neksg Stadia Club. ' I - il 1. GEORGE A. FRANCIS Muskogee, H 2 l ?-E l :fins Sigma' Nug Sigma Gamma Epsilon. 1 if-,gi . l GLENN E. DONALDSON Guthnic Sigma Tauf Engineers Clubg A. S. I ' - T . ,I- C. E. 5 M ' . I ff? A A . I ,gif WILEIrXM jiMOORE 'Bamflezsfvillqf N N Alphii Tau Omegag Phi ,Mu Alzpheig ' Cllipg. S. C. E.g Engineers Clilbfg fvfffl Bzind, '20, President' '21, Yicef -V President. 322. ig 3 . ' j 5 2.5 .4 VV. L.. COIQNELIUSJ Anzlersi iff Sigma Alpha Epsilong Vice-Presi- l dent Student Councilg Togag A. S. "F C. E.g Checkmateg Clipg Inter- ' ' Frafernity Councilg Tau Pig Varsity, Baseball, '23, '24-5 Representative I A. C. E.1'Enginee1's Club. I fI1g.IvIs.cgIsH Mine,-az Welle, Tm... f Lambda Nu. ' A V I 3,31 l I ' l i I NEWMANN B. SMITI-I Artesia, New Mexizfoli' fill Sigma Taug Clipg Scabbard and Blade gl A. S. E. . .333 l. .. . In. VERALD' H. -DAVIS X .Shawflleel jf . I' lg. , C' Kappa Thetiivg Tau Pijg ClipgxISIu'- ' Q -dent 'Council gl S. 'E.-gffOYeYa- I-,Daily Sfdgg Pdttqwlgtomie l , t I-,lf . , Counfy 'Clubg 'Engineers Club: V 1 Q3 'I ' C .1 - ' ' 1 .Iv C . ' . .- . ': . W3 ' ez l ll il 33 ffl l .I .A-. l .. W .V l ' . f"""j'.""' Q ""' ill N -. 2 ew ii'2?2fl UClNE5'3?.g.-.ef J' 88 ID' le lgyxifiutfzusuw- H n c L A s s E s 2,1 f""QZ"'u-g--My ' ' " ......,.-....' 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' ' - ,gl .ka ' fuk - 1 ' P. i l , l l Il ll l. l l i l l l l l 5,3 ' . "GOLDIAl D. I,Cool4slaY I I' Gcmfy' 5 I ffl , ,I Pi Zetzl'Kappaj Kappa Phig Pierizm, '. , l Z Secretaryag '23 gg 'Oratpricql I Council g ' l J Y. VV. C.l:A.,g'l Blue Blue'V1olet. ' 5,11 l lf? E 53 . l l " . ' ' I 1- Ir iLf'iURlzNc12l' D. Pgijrlzlzs Y '.Gqafy' 5 '55 ' ' Kappa! Epsilon: Phi FMU Alljhaq -' rf., ll fl? 1 Presideifg Universil:y.I K OrchQfStrig.5gf- ' 1 ff, u g Fiddlirsj Clulug Fdriiini .Singing ' All 455 1 . Quavrlet. af. . fly I VUIGIL T. ILEHEW - , . Mafman l gil I Alphzi fXi Delta: Kapp'a Phig 'Glhql ' ishi L ' Clubg Octetteg Blue Curtziili Club. ' E-3 - ' .I l 17' ll Sf: 'MARfogig'fI.Ei.1yIKizTxN Oklahomh C122 ' I ' Alph:1IfXil 'DEltag Mu Phi Epsilon? ' ' 1 5" Xl W .Ea-l fc' Delta Psi' Kappag Y. W. C. A552 1 5. ll Orchggtpg. , - , f v ' - xi' P I f l 1 -1 53 iii I FRANCES EATLIFF ,I Oklahoma: City I ' V gf 1 G' in I 4 , . . Alpluyghluomegag Mu Phi Epsilkpng, 1572! "QQ 1 . I' '.PanfHell2Hi'C Councilg Glee Club. 9 l - 'rl' l 4 l v' , .. . I ff VI' . l Ii, ' , 3: ,I " " Nofmifz ' lflkll P" Deltiill-Gammag Ducks Clubg 'wall D4 aI letheigik Blue Pencilg Phi jpg ll I' . Ip Gamrifgu I V., lm .L .-. . . . qw- J ' 'f cuff FKYE lSTRfiSlVN ' K 'ff' l J,P4 fall . Alphzi AGamma Deltag Phi . gg . Gamxigilg A.g V .TI IQII fql ig 1 1- ta-in .Qlub QI Eugqdelphian. ' 5 If if ' l . I I, ...I..1...i "l '- -1 - fll fl ' 1. . 1f.,fl 'ffgjfgf' '2-gg, l Ail.lFREDvIC. MONHN 'JI I ifl Kamp? KQPPH .Psis Aiiisfalifl-.B'ififf1'A'il?1lf? HY' 1 l -ff ' 1.gguIIgug.IIf2z, ouqhusufuililglifjlg . 34- thl .. . . ...Xu 4. gl Irfmluuiggflfederalg Clubi i TSI ' A. .l -f, l . '21 l ' . X II I ', II I " ' ' I. at If .gil f :E?X?QRE1fTEIIIf?1kLD.E1?,t l l 1 4 l ,:i?I-.f ,p.PTiL.Mug Pi Ze'EaiiIQappalg BlIue1.GgYgaf- ' fi f fzgi3fC1ub.g14 -Y. vlf...fc..u,,IIf ,Ii-3 1 l 5, ma , gc I . II -II-3wmr,,3 4 I f. .,, J I III, ...III HI II :I l ff .-'Te .. E 1- !' ' W f -- ' Q.- :-- f 1 . ' fr- ' 4: L - F.-sn -wwe.-2:4-.-f:.ffsfQ ...f I -4 ..-.....,...,....,...,--...,..... -....,g..i-.Vw ' 5, 5' ' ' . - , - rr' +- .,-.- 4 xii -wg: gi I ' I - U' ..--p,- zv. -I . I.I.u-I- vi IlI,,,iI-., Il Qaxmzmvawuvavfxvgffamuuz l gp g 4 s Q o N E nf.f:...ffua-:mule-:.u...3u.uu . 5 asf ,J l' , lTHE CLASSESNT' 'fi"f'fff f . . . like Senior Fine Arts ERNESTINE' GUILLOT Ardnzqrg' Kappa Kappa' Gamma. JENNIE GOODSON Blackwell Alpha Chi Omegag Phi Mu Gammag Blue Curtaing Eurodelphiang Wo- men's Councilg "Dulcy" Castg' "Adam and Eva" Castg 'fPlots and, Playwrightsf' Castg "Clarence" Cast: MILDRED M. JONES Slzvafwnee ' Delta Delta Deltag Brush and Pal- ' etteg Y. VV. C. A.g Entre Nous. Louise H. HARDIN Oklahoma City Kappa Alpha Thetag Brush and Palette g Fine Arts Association g Y. W. C. A. ANNA M. SHARP 0.1zlqh'ama.City Alpha Xi Deltag Mu Phi Epsilon: Orch'estrag Fiddlers Clubg AY. W. A C. 'A.!g Owl and Triangle. , ZUMA Weis Clofvis, New Mexico Alpha Gamma Deltag Rhi Mu 'Gamrnag Owl and Triangleg Y. C. A.g Eurodelphian. CECILIA BDNIFIELD Oleamah Delta 'Gammag Y. W. C. A.,g'XSecr'e- tary Eurodelphian. ' ANNE Mo,RR1soN Vivzita . Alpha Xi Deltag Blue Curtain Club- GLAnYs RHoDEs gGf0f0a Alpha Gamma Deltag Y. VV. C. A. Lois MARIE BEATTIE Alou Q 'Alpha Xi Deltag Kappa Phig Phi Epsilong W. C. A. i A LUCILLE LEFTWICH' Olzldhoma City S ' Alpha, Xi Deltag Mu ,Phi Epsilong Mixed Quartetg Glee Club. l l , .,.-,,d.. Q' .. :l.!r1-IL?-m -fi. 90 . . 1 ..-a.---...,.---.-W -- l ,. 1 J fE3,,,,,,5,l,,, W, 1 H E C L A s s E s p p ,A ,, 1-,4 - .,- F, . -- .... FA. Y .l - 5531 R 1 1 J- i ' I Senior Law 1 Q5 l . l',, , F. BERT GRUBB Muskogee 1 1 Phi Delta Phi, Delta Sigma Rho, 32, Clip, Varsity Debate, '23, Oratori- n E , cal' Council, Inter-Bar Contest, '22, A . jackson Bar, '23, Forum. LEONARD CAREY , Harlington, Texas Phi Delta Phi, Lambda Nu. If VV1L1.1AM OT1s Rxontcs Oklahoma Cily ,nl Delta Tau Delta, Alpha Kappa N Psi, Phi Delta Phi, Red Red Rose. J IQENNBTH B. KIENZLE Wanelte V A CHARLES J. S'1'11ELos Okmulgeo 'of ROBERTSON L. MTNTON Sayre L- LESTER E. SMITH Columbia, Missisrippi .V - Phi Alpha Delta, Delta Sigma Rho, , Clip, Chief Justice Kulp Bar, '20, l Vice-President All-junior Class, '22, Young Democrats Club, Forum, Varsity Debate, '23, Drama League, 1 President Student Association, '24, Vice-President Student Union, '24, l 1 Summer Student Council, '22, "Stop .1 Thief" Cast, Publication Board, ,. - 1 Federal Club, American Legion. , . , EVERT CRISMORE Oklahoma Cily . 1 ,., Kappa Epsilon, Musical Director "Stunt Night," '21, '23, Musical Director Junior Burlesque, '23, , W'riter "Varsity Follies," '23. l ' 1 PAUL I. POTTER Blackwell W -fi Phi Alpha Delta, President Law I 1 V School Association. 1 BRUCE B. POTTER Norman ' Phi Delta Phi, Clip, Red Red Rose, . Chief Justice Monnet Bar, '22, I f 1 Chief Justice Jackson Bar, '23, Presi- ,Y 4 dent Junior Law Class, '23, Repub- :iig 1 lican Club, '21, '22, '23, Kay County l Club, Law School Association. ' 'i JOHN H. CARTRELL Tulsa '. Q Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta , Phi, Phi Alpha Tau, Battle Axe, , , Pe-et, President Freshman Class, ,. -,., '17, ,Freshman Football, '16, Varsity . Football, '17, '19, Varsity Baseball, ' 1, if '18, Manager junior Burlesque, '21, 5. Ruf Neks, Websterian, Business -1 ' Q ' Opportunity Club, '18, '20, Las Dos I Americas, '16, '17, '19, '20, Royal 1 Unshaven Ruf Nek, Director Sooner 1 Burlesque. 'l W. W. GIBSON, Ardmofff , 2 ,g Phi Alpha Delta. ' 5- J. C.. STEVENSON Mariclzasferf , i Phi Delta Phi. Q l TOM VV. GARRETT Oklahoma City , , lyL'.l Phi .Delta Phi, Clip, Square and 3 Compass, Publication Board, '22, .A, 1 v, s,,1 1 ' Lv 1353 ' ' l '23, '24, Red Red Rose, American 1 ,.j ! Legion, Jackson Bar, Law School ' U Association, President Masonic Dorm A ffl l ' Association, '21, '22, '23. A , f f , ,.,,. tio", ""L ' , 1 - - 1 . ,I .. H ,ff Egwmaau ,,H4QPHfWC ' eo- Hg, call 91 ,if 1- N Y hy' "',,',,,,," , 51 1:'ri""' , , . L li! " H E ij 1 ,, 5, T c L A s s B sal -X 9 gi 5' l lv l ffii dugg: 11 i P11 io, "J" ii eu, lr il 7721 if l' :T-1 ll .pi lbf iff, .viii ' iii! ff I L-Y!! TN L 'll ii, A r-41, ' H- il fr if: l 'i ,L rl P P " ll 'l 'i'Z, l ,. l ' Q .il P. f :. - , ff-l i T lj 31 ' 2 L I K M1 M .fGnP,xsoN' C. MCDDNALD 5 I I V , . .X ivy- Y il. -,fp 1 fl- rr: ? 4' ' ' Senior Law' ,LQ ', 1 -. . I A V M ' , IF ei. ff NE?XIi'1SC7'LLIVAN . Nefuikirk Eff sigma. Chi, Phoiz Delta. Phi., ChifChi ,fp Chi, , Battle Aire, jazz Hounds, W ,f A'EhenaeanV,, Glee Club, '21, '22, '23 ,,iWPF,jfff'f President" Freshman Class, '18, P 'fl-'Q Soonef Quartette, '22, '23, ,President "-, Freshrqan Class, '18, Student lgfoufi- "J '20, '21, ' Rom? o. BAILEY Imdmfvilzki f Kappa Alpha, Phi Delta Phi, Toga ' . ' J:-1z2.Hounds. W vi LAVQRQNCE O. Toon ' 1 Alpha Delta, Lambda 'Nu, .J ' Y., M. C. A. Cabinet. V Eknasigyl. LIPPERTZ ', Stroud 'Delta Pi, Ruf'Neks, Business Man- age1a,Glee Club, '23, '24, Glee Club, f1'6, :'417, '22, Varsity Football, '16, - '17, SOONER Staff, '17, President P ' Y. M. 'C. A., '17, Athenaean, '17, Harper iBar,- '22, Blackstone Bar, '23 r u JOSEPH vi Firrs. V Pafwnfb V' Law .Sehool Association. ' SCOTT P.-FSQ-UYRES View .. 'Alpliafsigma Phi, Phi Alpha Delta, P?I5appajKappa Psi, Red"Recl Rose. Dm . A P Hollis, V' Phi Delta Phi, Clip, Monnet' Bar, ' Njaelgson Ear, Congress, Red Red , .- ,Rosefg .Ruf Neks, American Legion, , s I. Pgaremli 'CTub,, I 'GE N"ifPLY H zz 0 . 9 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Phi Delta Phi, Tau Kappa Alpha, Toga, Checkmate, Clip, Student Council, , Oraitorical Council, Young Demo- . Wcrats -Club, Forum, President Stu: Q clent",C5,i1ncil, '24, '25. 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Semor Law , 1. 1 A Q rm, if ,, QV- ni .I 1 ,- . .' 7. iii al l l , jorm ROBINSON '. . 0'klf1h0JIl!l , Kappa Alpliai-g Chi- Chi Chi. 5 .1 ' a , . . i H natal 'Eau Deltag Phi Alpha-Dglfag ' Checlgniateg Mystic Keysg N jazz N' , Hounds. H . ., , . 5 A i EUGENE CI-IA'S'I'AIN .lg.La-wtanf 2 D it MR. C. LANNOM BllI'fl1'3l'ZgLI!'-. ' Sigma Alpha Epsiloug Monnet Billkili P ' , '21g Secretary Forumg OratoricalT.7,- Q Council, '23g President VVashingtqi1 'N . County Cluhg State-County Unioxjg Q Young Democrats Cluhg Varsity l Cross Country, '22g Varsity Tennis. , .,, . ' Rox' A - - Phi Drelta Phig Phi Delta ,1Kappa. 'if N F. Lewis f Norniizn l - l 1 L- . '. 2 I ' i l J - 5 V Q if V l" br , . i . ' if , X bi' li. ' . JAMES li..TOLBERT L Hlatbari Sigma Alpha Epsilong Phi' Delta" Phirg .President Senior .Law Clasgli r ' IRVIN I. .VOGEL 'Vihjia A Alpha Sigma Phig Phi Alphfa D.elta.g - Ruf 'Neksg Forumg Oratorical Coun-' cilg State-County Uniong President A , Craig. County Clubg Treasurer All- Senior Class. , C. Slj13gVENSON Phi Delta Phi. , ' BVQKIHANAN ' V 4 Betaljifheta Pig Delta. Sig1na,.iih6tglT'il . Phi fpelta. 'Phig VClip4g Varsity EDELQ A"f ' bate,'f','23g Law School Associgifiggyav, KulpfBarg Congress. ' y ' I ' ,M .. ' -. . -f'7 ,. . ., ,, - .. ,.,. 3 . h if -,vw xvgfh-lrf 5-'rw -. fs if 1' vs, ' I 1 , 1 'ff uf 1 12 ' I . fi gt 2 a Q x .9 ii '1 v . il- C 1 f Q ju- 'CLAUDE A. FERGUSON Kami Ma. Q: I Phi Kappa Psig Eithenaean-gli f 5? , .A Neksg Inter-Fraternity!'Coulnfijlin 5, -- H , 31 Q Varsity Tennis. l , L, flap ? 'li V ,Q "U, - .r 'yi i. ' Jfgr.. f' ' . .I 'L GILRQIER Okfvlhorria Czty -- Q' lg Srigmizt u Varsity 'BaSk6tball,.3 af 12 Qf Phi Alpha Diiltzfg .I'nter-F1:aternity- xl IAQ ' .1 Council., V, ' ' f : if y ., . ., Q , . ,, 1 ,, ' I in. V ' , V BJ' '21 L-F4 ,M-W, , ,, Y, , V ff: ,, , W ,Z ,, A +1 ,,,:,,..,,-. .,,,,,-.,, ,Min..- . LDJLDLM V . . 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Gotcha Pi Kappa Phig Phi Beta Pig Medi-. cal Pan-Hellenic Councilg Vice- President Senior Meclics. KENNETH D. IENxixGs Marlofw F Phi Beta Pi. 1 4 A I 94 ,- X - I. . 1 w 4 , x Lv 4 I . -,L-.Qgiff 1 ff ,ll ,',',,-v , Q H" M I 1 'r r V Q. 1 41 w f K. . i- i v. Qjf-'sffkfffixif-mTx?fFP:.Tf:3p T H E C L A S S E S I ,fp-::a1fru7g,,qQ-943-gycg '14, -7--Q , , , .. . . x r I , .fg, 1 .- 4 402' , . - K T FH ww S1 ' 1'-'-' SGPIOQQWM eQ1clne 1 x jQ,F,,f 1 Q ang? n L-if ,, lr I E I I , 1- n 4' ' 1 I U X I IH A W ' .. J W , 5 . Y. L IJ ,KI if I-Ir, VV W 4 1 i ' ,L if-' v.1 1- i f f vw if ,tk ' Dsg BQLRD 'V Sgrogiilllf S X ' Pi? Kappa Phig Phi Chig Lihcdln. fi, E X P ' 'Cbulflty Club. I iff Vi? W U 5' ! Le' l F Y: 2 I ,ft A-Q Y 1.,,-a F ' 1 463 '1 , ZS p LI- V vw 'E A ' .- 59 Wi Q 2531 gi Y k ki I ' ! z I . 2522 . was I ia- -f b - 1 1 S - , is , J :H ,J l ev Zi? V ' ' 'L ' f 4 1 SILVINU, VALDEWKAS Sariaya, Tayabas. P. J. -. W if W W '51-5 1? EJ? 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M2wQgglan,d Nurses Student Councilg '22, 'ZSQ' ' President Korobona Club. - T KATHERINE FLEMING Norman President Nurses Student Council'- I 3 , President Junior Nurses, 235 Presi- dent Senior Nurses. AGNES HILn,ERERANn Vinita Vice-President Nurses Student Counf cilg Korobona Club. YCARRIE LACEY Korobona Club . RUTH LACEY Korobona Club. OLIVE Cox MARION ATWOOD I Jfllz Gify. Elk City Lczfwlovz Quechee, Vermont A' 'I I W :E ff ff: U EL 45: .,, 4 at 95? L77 ig? 1-'T '55 lj? L4- 121 51? ,LI Hg It 7 P." I 1 H4 1 I' 1. 19, .il " if I lfi 1, 4' fa' if' - .E .I it .E .II 9 ,. ff' ' ,wL -I i E. ii' . , fs Ili? If l A A" - 2-Q Il ' fl ,I,., m QQ Yi ii' Nu' 5 rf fl I-I: ,xx 15 I .P I - 5 .AF YL t-. iw, Q' 1, f,-'II -Ljj ,il- n' ig' 'X ff I 1' 23 , 'J I 'Y if, 3 .-J, .I .0 I 1 S' ,.f ad' rp-Q-3 ..-1-..-.-4...-... ... .. . 'c ll "Q .1, 5453 2"S?:?F3'325? 'ffff '- 1251 1 v 5.11: 5 4? 5 lb . 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HARTMAN Goltry BERT TUNNELL Maysfuille RAY H. LONG Cordell Kappa Psig Y. M. C. A.g Washita County Clubg Triturators. ANNLTA ZOELLER . Sacred Heart Lambda Kappa Sigmag Trituratorsg Newman Clubg DeBarr Clubg La- tauqua Club. ROY MOURER Goltry Clipg Bandg Alfalfa County Clubg Triturators. 97 1' 2' C' g'1'-f'gTI'?'T'IZ'1""T" 6. M- T H E C L A s s E S YI . A ' ' p ff 1. Y P-V4 3 g 4..v l -1 lr' i ' ' "Q, 4- -A - t .R M' ' I l Y Q' A R 1 1 - Z V :Q SenidwaPhafmacy , I.. f w.. .., . . . ., . , is R . 3 gf , f ' i-5 TUWLE MEDER V' ' , Delta. Tzfu Deltag Phi Delta g --- f lf.- Mygstip Keys. , ' , , , fig :ROY A. Hoiir ' Naonmun I lf: -fr ,Phi Delta Chig Student Councilfga if 'Erituratorsg Clip. ' V 'Q f B. Bs, JEAMISON Shawnee' . Kappa Psi. ' ll ig CHARL-EY R. CUNN1NcHAM Duke lg Jackson County Clubg Pharmacy fo Basketball g Triturators. " O. VVILLIAMi CARPENTER Barilesfville ' f Band. ' HAZEL BRYAN . Norman "Q Lambda Kappa Sigmag Y. VV. ,gig C. Aug DeBarr Club gp Triturators. V . w ,' 5-. 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F V H Wg? P-K4 is ., 2, . ., - LZYLN Y T H E C L A S S E S 3 . it Q ' " 'T "T f 1141.1 gr-T12-fri: 1:27--' ' T lla? C .N lgi 1' F. ' at , , L' 9: ll Junzor Arts and Sczences . ,ff -l .ll li. .Er y! P, I 'Q W' MABEL SCHETDE Brookslon, Texas gb, Pieriang Y. W. C. A. l . I OE MCCALL IViI.von bf lg Acaciag Athenaean. l :TI . I , ' iw LUCILLE E. WILSON E1 120110 lk Entre Nousg Las Dos Americasg Cana- ibf dxan County Clubg Triangle Club. Q PAULINE WEANT Ponta City VV. A. A.g Las Dos Americas. w E5 l w NJ -:Sf DOROTHY M. WILSON El Reno igficl Canadian County Clubg Triangle Club. It 3 MARGARET OVERFIELD Pgfwhm-134 539 Osage County Club. 1 ff '- f li : s -C Q lg, L FAYE DAUGHERTY Briytorw Entre Nousg Y. VV. C. A.g Creek County ggi 1 Club. 'l M5XRGARET LISSAUER Lexington V fiat 3 'Q Q LILLI.-KN SCHMOE Drumright Q 3.51 'N VVomen's Council. 1 'gif 1' . Lei ! Louis A. SCHICKRAM Guthrze I Iss S I 2 2 3 T. l CAROL MIRES Tonlzafwa W gg. I ISABELLE TT-IOMASSON Dafuis .' Zeta Taug Pierian Y. W. C. A.g Blue ,l rffg Blue Violetg Murray County Club. S7725 T, A. LEDBETTER Perry X ' 5 Glee Clubg Bandg Business Opportunity 1 Clubg Young Democrats Club. l HORTENSE BURR Norman gb' S ' Alpha Xi Deltag Y. W. C. A. Cabi- . g . netg Secretary-Treasurer Ottawa County + 1 ' ' Club. f 1, : T 2. , Q ll f , M bghineemrfwfmwwa .fm+fS.. wk-- L A --N.gmf. I . I Q- 'Ex D. , ..f.ll , .. ,. 2 - '- . u,.1,:v.i ,fs it! ig: me - -qw,-A 'A' N.f1wt:5:5:ljg L- - 'L .-.- . -- -.-V-.Y -.- .,b,, ..,.. - . - -1-Z,--W .--,-- -V, 102 HQ .V . - A. ,,,.- ..,.- .. -1.-..c ,T--.,.v5a:...::.aL v. 1 I v A -4 ,WL rf . V V . I ' f ,L, ..m . "' " 'I lif Hp E-Tj-ff S5 E 'S 'ea-s2:s.':.a?fs:a?fa.Q'5P... S. 1. l i' Junior Arts and Sciences ll I .' HELEN D. SNIDER Tulm , A Gamma Phi Beta. gf FLORENCE ADAMS Olelahomzz Cily Piereang Der Goethe Verein. ' Lil ll Q" h7ERNON E. AUTRY Shafwnec P Pick and Hammer Clubg Pottawatomie 'N County Clubg Bandg Devil Dogs. ROGER PLUMMER Brokan Iflrrofw ' l s' Ch'. I X v Igma I W . .V l ' ELIZABETH SMITH Wichita Falls, Tfxas f' Alpha Chi Omegag Delta Psi Kappag Q Y. VV. C. A.g Eurodelphian. :-- X GLENN G. MORDY El Reno 1' Pi Kappa Alphag Pick and Hammer 9 Clubg Canadian County Club. . 5 . i I IIMMIE PRATER Oklahoma City .3 I Alpha Xi Delta 5 Y.W.C.A. VV.A.A.g i . Fiddlers Club. ' l MARGARET HODNETT Marlo-w Y. VV. C. A. 1,7 l Ib I 0 PUILLA HILL Nefwlairle V Gamma Phi Betag Cubs Clubg Pan-I Hellenic Councilg Kay County Club. r LORETT.-X BROWN Carmen fn Kappa Phig DeBarr Club. P , p JESS MIRACLE Oleemah Acacia. 0, AGNES LLOYD Poieau l Alpha Xi Deltag Lelilore County Clubg . I l hi Y. W. C. A.g Women's Council. 1 ,I VVILLIAM C. HOWELL Holdenwillc i hr RUSSELL WEIRICH White City, Kansas I " I- Acacia. l 4' N I b l l G Y W A il. 'TFT of , foo o f-A - A-aaa-ff A1 E A Af ee A AA ff V 1g."Q'3Q+1ffgs3'-hsrfzzfsfif1fas:1cv1awfgaGLs-va-E: E22 4 SGGIN 103 , ,e ..A.,.n,-A... A ,...A,,,,,...........-.iffy-74:1-. iv? T H E c L A s s E s 'Avi-if?-RRYRRYAUQEJTRE f ' ' ' -J, T ------a-"' ' swf! to Ia., V'-"""'w "An" ' fi if ' 1, .pggizc "Y L.:-A -efiff . . t f .1 1 1 ..1 1 p 1 lr li" 1121 l al 1 l Q 393 l 1 ll S 1. L.gi'W1 Junior Arts and Sciences iilgl 1' DJJ, 1 . 1 . .1 W! 1 TES? T A . .1 7 W' ,TE 1 .ig -1' 1 ' Q . 1 1 'HARRY B. KNISELEY Tishomingo Q.-T Beta Theta Pig Varsity Track, '23, ,245 Cubs Clubg Oklahoma Dazly Staff, '23g ,Qi SOONER Stalig fohnston County Club. ALICE GILBERT Oklahoma City A gl 15 Alpha Phi. ig .5 , MARY ELEANOR TURNER Clinlon ,g ' , Gamma Phi Betag Y. VV. C. A.g Soci- Ology Clubg Custer County Club. lg 14111 let' LENA MONTGOMERY Marlofw je 5 Delta Gammag Y. VVL C. A.g Buchanan 1 1 Clubg Entre Nousg Treasurer Pan-Hel- 3. ff, l 112' . E - ' . - I 113 I lenic Council. H 1, ,1 If 1 ROYCE H. SAVAGE Mcfllester ' 1 61 Phi Delta Thetag Delta Sigma Rhog Lf? Q Mystic Keysg Clipg Varsity Debate, '22, , 1l Q '24g Inter-Fraternity Councilg Congressg M' Oratorical Councilg Zeta Bigma. 1 .QQ 1 LORRAINE LAMB Clinton 1Q1i Gamma Phi Betag Y. W. C. A.g Custer 133: 1 County Clubg Sociology Club. . ,. 92, 1 S1 :I 1 jf' .1 E! 1 ,li MATTHEW ROBERTSON Purcell Alpha Sigma Phig Ruf Neksg Congressg gg 1 Inter-Fraternity Council. gd, 1F-5 ll: ,w al' LLOYD SCHWAB Torzkatwa 11 .. f 1 lg, ll . Sigma Delta Psig Varsity Track, '23. lg? 7 up ll G. E. CHAPMAN Norman lfz it Pick and Hammer Clubg Y. M. C. A. ,'. - 1 tj ' .1 MARY C. MOOMAU Norman 1 Delta Delta Deltag Mathematics Clubg :jf eil Y. W. c. A. gs We if HARDIN BALLARD Waurilea l 1 1 Forum. A 1115 1 'Well lip' ' lfiigl TED Foose IVHIOWH 'xii' 1. . 1 Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alphag Varsity ,il Vllrestling, '23, '24g Business Opportunity ff li J 1 .4 1: Cl E. V ' Mig! 1 U 1,4f' 1 ' ll PAUL LINDSAY Pauls Valley l Y . 1' Kappa Sigmag Student Council, '23, 12. ' '24g Zeta Bigma. NJ, l :v 1 F-. ll ' GENTRY KIDD Nvfmllfl Q' 4 lakl L F3 T gf lx Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alphag Bandg ll ,Q l Pick and Hammer Club. l Q 26 .1 1 f' QE ' Gif --- f Aan,-1,-., f 1. , f -T AA.: - - Lexi. if-11. nf-in -1-. afga. , . f-. -...,:':.f - . " iff. if -iv i' i2.a12f-11 .BOONE .. . 1 104- A, I . ' a i . I if ii' v I V ' im' ll! i. DV C P P C- 1'5- bf l gf,-' M 1 ' ' 1. Kli 1 Junior A t ' ls? ...Q r s and Sciences xqk . gg ,, .-ay., Q I .. L . Q l .. . IEANETTE BARBOUR Arg,-,,m,, .SHI tl. , Phi Omega Pig Meletaniang Y. VV. it I C. A. Q . MERLE F. BLAKELY Offmylgrg ,IQ '11 Kappa Epsilon, Phi Mu Alphag Cubs 'M W 1' Club, Sigma Delta Chi. MQ! , 5 . iff' ll . I . I NI IDI-IN S. REDFIELD pl,-d,,10,-U Ei! , Pi Kappa Alphag Glee Club, '23, '24, .Q Ur Business Opportunity Club. ' 91 , ,L N ' VIRGINIA CIIESHER No,-,mm ,il :-. Gamma Phi Betag Y. YV. C. A. ' QI l 1' 'il ir i I ' HAROLD R. BELKNAP 1V0l'llIllll I ci Q Al! Sigma Delta Chi, Cubs Club. ,J BYRON H. DESELMS Gum,-if li, 3 51' Kappa Sigma, Glee Club. - I My . . l I K' lf"1 Tv I IQ'-li i 'N ESTHER HEIKES Rgmgylg . v l Y. W. C. A., Kappa Phi. I- 'Q-.Q A , p CLAUDE Tnomrsox S10,1g.w,,11 6353! ' H li'- f ,ig 'I QED. .N P :WI 'f I E. CLIFFORD HUFF Ng,-,mm QQ! MRS- OSCAR HALL Ft. Sam Houston, Texas , , Entre Nousg A. A. U. W. Q 1 1 b l I is l . HI I i?" I N l EDWARD C. PATCHELL Pauly lfgllgy N D Wi S Kappa Epsilon, Phi Mu Alpha, Pick ,, ff ' and Hammer Club, President Garvin lid X' County Club, Business Opportunity l' Il I . 3 Cvlubg Band, '22, '23, '24-g State-County Q" .21 1 111011. , , I HAROI.D MARIS Ponca City .4 N I Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alphag Fresh- . man Football, '21. . . . wif' . A X X, in 9 , - l gg: il 9 ' CARLETON J. CUNNINGHAM Tulsa 'J Pi Kappa Alpha, Kappa Kappa Psig ' Bandg Pick and Hammer Club. li . ' HERSCHEL E. Nix Oklahoma city , U' Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Delta Chi, Phi Y 5 ' Mu Alpha, Clip, Jazz Hounds, Vice- 5, Q President Cubs Clubg Oklalzoma Daily ' 'Q' UQ Staff, '23, '24, Bandg "Stunt Night" . I 'l 9 Cast, '23g Business Opportunity Club. A Q I,. . ' ll ,-I paafavavfavfff-ffssYfas'fA2'f.alf'l929 5909125 'ar-fag jj pf A a Qi. 105 11,24--'-P1 -Y ,.Lp:,-:. .. ,. W YD, ' CLASSES V Q' 1 H E V Q . A It f-2 F"""""' """'4' - , 51- - 1:f.f?1:'i5f'-rfgLTr:2f"rT'F-'r'L2 l I I 41 w I D 'PK 2 J? 3 Il-'X gl l cl . , ig? Junior Arts and Sczences i I , he .112 ii 9 :KATHERINE Joss Haskell fb Alpha Chi Omegag President VVomen's E 'Q Glee Clubg Vice-President Fine Arts M., i Associationg Buchanan Club. I -. ' DOROTHY PRESSLY Wagoner f Phi Omega Pig President Philologiang 1 I 'l Q, Oratorical Councilg Glee Club, '22g Y. W. C. A.g Vllagoner County Club. EE Ti' lb! GEORGE L. DRIVER Ponca City W Kappa Epsilon. fy . ' is X, MARGIE HOLLIS Randlott VVomen's Council. Q FQ ELTON COUCH H eleaa lr EARL A. TARVER Cordell UIQ Y. M. C. A-g Secretary-Treasurer lk! Washita County Clubg Pick andVHam- mer Club. l . CHARLES E. GREEN Mzneral Wells, Texas Kappa Sigmag Secretary State-County 'ful Uniong Cubs Clubg Longhorn Clubg SOONER Staff. I ' ll LEONARD PORTWOOD Hobart K Alpha Tau Omegag Business Oppor- ,1 Q! 'Q 4 4 xl l i 3 11" I F' l I 2. ga l l L ,. ll A l . fl I 1 l PJ if tunity Clubg Kiowa County Club. .551 G RACE GEER Fog.: lil? Phi Mu Gammag Blue Curtaing Y. W. , 1533 C. A.g Pieriang Oratorical Council. 251.5 GEORGIA VAN HORN Oklahoma Ciiy 'V l Zyl :Sl Y , gig GLEN C. HARTFORD Oklalzoma Czty i lj? Sigma Nug Varsity Football, '22, '23g ggi: ' Business Opportunity Club. lg vr 1 ' ALLIE H. WILLIAMS Snyder I I:f'l Chi Omegag Y. VV. C. A.g Buchanan J ' 'ff l Clubg Pan-Hellenic Council. I I :fill I ,ht " I ff CANDACE REID Norman ' :'I . . l ,fl ADOLPI-I O. HOEEELD New Orleans, Louzszana T 2 ' Alpha Tau Omega. : I 1:1 l I .' 1 D ' l I .., l S lm Q..- .- --.,,...4f, , ...Lf f L, , ,-. 'Z - -, A-,Lum ,IL Y L., 7, if W ,Y mfY f. VW , . .hi X Eli".-2 lk H. if .P11'.1i0I2-7 'pf CAN Ei 5? filfgf-gg-3yg:.ja3:5f51.isg.q1,ggj.-. f5g,,.'-p .:,f3.l5.-'gifff' 1 106 Q.-,T , 4 l ' .Fi ' H 1 is G1 gf" -1 ,IJ 4 Q' W F W e 9, 3 iii : if I 45? 4, R: V -5 1. if LI., ,, Y,-I 4: nf. 4.3, . 4 E"-1 x ,fl uf HH --1 'N ig? 1 .J E4 ' J . 3: 1 QR . 35 ' all ' J- HY! .-14 .fi ix 255' Q4 Qi 1 F41 Y. J. 1 1 ,f 4,, U-5 i-Q57 I' ' iid G 44, fb 1,12 3 Elly 4 ,. .5 1 A uw u.m..A egg' 3 4 1, .yi .. --.ff L -.Q a ar . 1 1,1- '. Q PJ . I. if ' ,fy Y I Qvlyi 'Y f' s 'fr Q 1 1- .0 ,la- we 5- v 4. Si ,. , 'Q 4-,' -fir ff.. I 'I F: 5 5' is I' I J" ff-'Q ff. ' I lr f Lf. I I I wg I A . 1 II,- Iif I--V I-. ' 4-.V its? QF i f. 'I Ii. 1: -P 5.7 gt JI Z. 1 4 L I I ,r 514 ,I ng. af q l T H E 3 ,. 5 4 Wg W L A S S E S ,y ' 1 Junior Arts and Sciences ALICE PIERCE Delta Gammag Y. VV. C. A EDNA BRETCH Delta Gamma. RELAND BRITT Norman Oklahoma City Norman Delta Psi Kappag VW. A. A.g Sociology Club. CECIL E. OAKES R. 'TACK CHRISTY VVENDELL P. VVETTENGEI. Delta Tau Delta. LUCILLE SNAPP Pi Zeta Kappag Kappa Phi. MURIEL CRAVEN Norman Graniin Fletcher Norman Norman Pi Zeta Kappag Delta Psi Kappag Kappa Phig Iunior Cabinet Y. W. C. A. ARL BARRY Chiclzasha Pi Kappa Alphag Varsity Football. M. R. SARTAIN Paiwhuslca Scabbard and Bladeg Pick and Ham- mer Club. VV. H. P. MONTGOMERY Idabel HfXTTIE DOTTY Rogan, A1-kanxas Delta Gammag Razorback Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g Blaine County-Clubg Eurodel- phian. CHARLES E, SPRINGER Norman Pi Kappa Phig Kappa Kappa Psig Orchestrag President Band. II I I 'I I .I ia I l Il l i I Q l I I I I i 1 S l. l l 51 I I l .421 .4- I- 1lI QQ. III Ia' I If ...V 'X I fl Ni Lian 5.1 SM if jf. iii' .-yy. its I 'iff iff I? 2? fri? .ji 'IEE C ,fix as ,, Fri 512 -.2 . . if 457' ,Wg ,IMI 'G' ' If R A Q if ' eat, v. W ' L11 5. ,I 'rl I pls QQ' .F I .f if "JI "4 II I1 'I S. V-.J ll r. a . fI l l l 1 l l 4I l l fg- DICK HOGAN G7'fl7ldfil'ld , ' l Kappa Thetag Freshman Football, 'Zig I Varsity Football, '22g Varsity W1'CStliDg, I '23g Las Dos Americasg Business Oppor- . ' tunity Clubg Tillman County Clubg ' Piston Team, '21, '22. i 1 I 1 I I', . ' I 108 'I I I I. l I 3 4 l I 1, 1 l I l l I. l 'I 'I ?I I P ? v v vrlvm. ' l T H E C L A S " E 'gel '?"Vf""? ":'f'F7'5i'55i'N'-i"'3' .s W. ,J r - eu I .. ,. D -. ,:'1J2r, fl'-ve. w.w,,hmw., If 1 it ' - f"w':'t'-rr N"vr'N:' YV Y ivy YT YYWV -VT YYY TTR E . - l -9 .,, . ' W . I T511 ' I gl' . .aff I ll'-4 Junior Arts and Sciences 'sig 0 l I 3 fl ,pa h SARA-II LEDERMAN Oklahoma Czly I Q Philologiang hienorahg Entre Nous. l I . Loy L. LONG Coram . 2. 'i 5 . ' Kappa Tau Pig Student Volunteerg lie-J , Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg VVashita County lwfgfl 3. Clubg Student Preachers Club. ggi F' l I b e LUCILE McCoy Oklahoma Cily l' Q . .J Kappa Delta Pig Scholiag Y. VV. C. A.3 PQ? S W Blue Blue Violet. 'iii -l LOUISE FINK Oklahoma City ,L Eurodelphiang Glee Club: Entre Nousg lip. C. Y. W. C. A.g cubs Clubg Las Dos lr: Americas. L y I 5 AGNES ALLISON Taylor, Texas vi Chi Omegag Harper Bar. GEORGE BUCKLES Norman 4 Delta Pig Alpha Kappa Psig Scab- f" S bard and Bladeg Blue Pencil. I L5 "' V DOROTHY VVAY W allors ffl Gamma Phi Betag Cubs Clubg Philo- li N. 'I :ir I r A It -J 4 J logiang Y. VV. C. A.g Cotton County 4 Club. I.- Q if EDWARD LEAHY Pafwhuska I Q7 Sigma Alpha Epsilong Battle Axeg I2 jazz Houndsg Osage County Club. .ff E5 L V 4 YUKOLA GILBERT Tulsa ll P' F I, S Alpha Chi Omegag Y. W. C. A.g Mele- 'vii 4 taniang ViceaPresident Tulsa County "lg, Club. 'i'5Q I .. Q PAULINE ROTHBAUM Hartslzorne I 5 Menorah' Pittsburg County Club. "lg C, ' ' I Us ag . W QQ ' ALMA Ham Pauls Valley l ffl X .V , RONALD L. CAMP Wichita Falls, Texas l gg Q1 I Pi Kappa Alphag Scabbard and Bladeg ft, bf- II Pick and Hammer Clubg Longhorn 1... . Clubj Major R. O. T. C., '22, 'Z3. fl I ffl , MARY PATTON Eureka, Kansas ll 3,5 Pi Beta Phig Y. W. C. A-g Sociology M Sl Clubg Social Problems Club. 3: 1 . LORA B. FURBEE NOWHUTI 3 All I I I 5, 1 l 'l I L t .l 3 .- N 'ialri ,...1i1ii T ..... ...-. I iii . 3- F5252 5555511.13 TTT A yi-.il I f I A I 109 if 'ef fi .. Ze" v -vl ,I .J H E C L A s s E s , M' fgageg.. .',,.,..g,'1q.g-,.-'.,,, .-1 4. LL. ,. - 44, "" ' 5,1 ., 139, Af. Q5-I Ei? . . ' if., Junior Arts and Sciences 3, .4 N .. FAYE A. ROHRBAUGII Norman ,gl Y. WL c. A. lfgl Q'-as LEE B. THOMPSON Nofwata la, , Beta- Theta Pi, Scabbard and Blade, Clip, Secretary Congress, President ff,f:Q Nowata County Club, Freshman De- bate, '22, Freshman Baseball, '22, Con- li? gress Debate Team, '22, '23, State- Q County Union, Student Council, '23, 552' Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Polo Association, fate, Oratorical Council, '22, '23, '24, Jazz 5 Hounds, Business Opportunity Club. fi' CHARLOTTE BONDS Muskogee , Pi Beta Phi, Y. W. c. A., Indian Club, Muskogee County Club. ,QF ALICE GILBERT Oklahoma City ig. Alpha Phi. I ' KATHERINE FAST Muskogee ,jgf Kappa Kappa Gamma, Eurodelphian. llff HAZEL W. NASH Norman ffl Y. W. c. A., O. P. K. ciub. ifL,T r . 511' LUCY DUNCAN Oklahoma Czty ,533 Kappa Alpha Theta, Pi Zeta Kappa, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, President 'Eff Buchanan Club, Women's Council, 5 if? Philologian, Oklahoma County Club. DORCAS L. MOCON-NELL Tulsa i Kappa Alpha Theta. DAVID R. MILSTEIN Coalgatc Sigma Alpha Mu, Blue Curtain Club, l Vice President Menorah, President Coal Lf- 5 County Club, Band '20, '21, '23, Busi- ness Opportunity Club, "Adam and 1' I' Eva" Cast, State-County Union. ELIZABETH BUCKERIDGE Oklahoma City I 'Z K' Delta Delta Delta, Pan-Hellenic Coun- fc' CII, junior Cabinet, Y. W. C. A., :gpg SOONER Staif. ,ga DORIS COPELAND Fairfax ' C. L. VVAGNER Tulsa ' Hg Sigma Nu- Ui' il - LEO N. DENsIvIORE Olzmulgee Phi Kappa Psi, Pick and Hammer f , Club, Congress. l CiHARLEs I'lAYES M cLoufl I ls., I si. I :Im ' 1 - 'ft--wwf -.Lf .. ' V - us., , A ..L....,, ......, Ar, W.. ua-1....-E.a4..,....-,Y ...-1f-i-may 110 l 3 v v " v T H E c L A s s E s v..g4,y-iefygrgaggafgng 'l '. A ...i A ve- I 'ii W ' . . X X 'mi ,M Junior Arts and Sciences - ' U .Q ' 2 .E I l fi -1 WILLIAM CUNNINGIIAM Walonga . KENNETH B. ABSPIER Norman 'N cg ' VERA MADE-IN Muskogvc ' , Blue Pencilg Mathematics Club, Y. VV. Q' ft , C. A.g Pieriang Muskogee County Club. -cl 5 BETTY R. ELDRIDGE Dmvfy 'U I . -I il' 'Z GERALDINE BURNEY Mm-icila . ,, f Alpha Gamma Deltag Eurodelphiang ,iq 'll Sociology Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g Indian , f Club. ,If A lt' .f EDWIN BROCKMAN Tulsa X L, , Sigma Nug Varsity Football. 5 42 LEo MORRISON Lcxingion Sigma Chig Brush and Palette, New- gl ., man Clubg Manager "Stunt Nightug ' l 2 Art Editor SOONERQ Glee Clubg Cubs ge. Clubg Sigma Delta Chi. 'qi SIBYL CALLAHAN Muskogee X 2 Pi Beta Phig Y. W. C. A.: Buchanan Q" Clubg Sociology Club, Pan-Hellenic 'Q Council, Indian Clubg Social Problems A Clubg Muskogee County Club. i ' , l I I lu . 4 5. JAMES L. SANDLIN Moore U1 Student Preachers Club. H9 WILLIAM E. HENDRICKS Oklahoma Cify E , Sigma Nug Battle Axeg chi Chi Chig A-Q, Quo Vadis: Student Council, '23, '24-5 Vice President Freshman Class, '20g l Tv Captain Freshman Football, '20g Var-. qi M ' sity Football, '21, '23g President Ath- fp I A, letic Associationg Student Union, '23, , Q. B. DAVIS, IR. Durzcazz Sigma Nug Jazz Hounds ' I 4- , Qt NELL NORVELL Wynrzmwoa' 'jj P Alpha Gamma Deltag Y. VV. C. A.g A F Eurodelphian. at 'P . . 1 'Q ' .TACK GRIFFIN Cfzzrleasha R N CHARLES F. MARTIN T ulm J-5, 4 Sigma Nu, jazz Hounds. f, ffl 5 . L12 l' il S g ,fbi """'i N N 'N 'F ' ' ' :ffl I, IT. i L f resign I 5 0 Q NE P1 111 my f' 1. ' Q a .N f -I V- ., Elini lb w il la Ib W 9. ml t . U' 1 ' I 15. l ' l f. .f l .r j , .N , up ll' ox. NZ? E fl 232. . hu l ij i gf l fi w w 1 ll 292 l ff ls .bliif fx X w 719 . if e, 'fu . . 3 X! 739 ' . Qi' 1 375 42? Iijl. xt , Y? M I f, 1 l r. 5, l 5? l 'f T H E C L A S S E S, 'aaa-aawsmaaa. Q ,. -...1-..g..i....-.........-. l .ah l fl? ff A Luiz.-.1 i... .. ri -.-1 . , . ,v.,.,.3 Junior Arts and Sciences MARY BALDWIN Norman Pieriang Mathematics 'Club. MARY METZ Norman 1 DOROTHY M. THOMPSON . Tulsa l Kappa Alpha Thetag Delta Psi Kappag A Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Pan-Hellenic l Councilg Buchanan Clubg SOONIZR Staff, '22, '23. l I LILLIAN DOOLEY Norman Pieriang Entre Nousg Glee Clubg W- 5 A. A. 1 l PAULINE CLARK Duncan Chi Omegag Buchanan Clubg Las Dos Americasg Y. W. C. A.g Stephens County Club. HONDIUS VANGESSEL Amsterdam, Holland E. DONLEY BAKER ' Tulsa Sigma Alpha Epsilong Ruf Neksg Quo Vadisg Business Opportunity Clubg I Tulsa County Club. ELMER L. HUFF Oklahoma City Square and Compass. VIOLET B. JAHN Kelly-ville Alpha Delta Pig Buchanan Club. ALEENE MABRY Hackerfoille Kappa Kappa Gamma. ,Toe A. BELL V Alva Phi Gamma Delta. MAURICE RUPPERT Sand Springs Phi Gamma Deltag Varsity Basketball, '23, '24g Chi Chi Chi. MAM1E BARR Dofver Delta Psi Kappag Mathematics Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g VV. A. A. OOLUCHA FAULKNER Claremore Kappa Alpha Theta. qi, ,Y .,,,V a..,.4 ....,,,. , ,, S ,, Y ,B .,., ,Y ,,,.,Y ,.Z,,.if.g,...,..,.-,,,.,,.,-...,.-19f1,,,-f-f-: ffm-L -1, , .5--1.41 -1 9 aitffwti L-I 13.11 fc,-::gfi:f5.:.-ati'-.FQ g...:.:....g.- Z.-T. .ar 1...-.iff-. A.-.,...-xv:-. -A , - - , - . 7 A -- V 112 Q f H f LL ' Lf U if 7 1 v I 1 . , I T H E C L A s S E S I I Ig V l 4 ff rr? Mi- - f--if--f Y .' . l 5,4 I I ,ui l -,. l K l ,. ll Junior Arts and Sciences A .pf A ROsE RUSSELL Pauls Ifallcy ? , Delta Delta Delta. Q ,P EMILINE LEWIS Marizrlta ii Y. VV. C. A.g VV. A. A.g Indian Club. M. RUTH TIATCHETT Durant 9' Y. W. C. A-g Orchestra. gf ' HARRY L. ATKINSON Drumrighz M Kappa Kappa Psi, Business Manager '.. Orchestrag Business Manager Band. 41. 1, MARGARET VVILSON Wcllszon i Ducks Clubg Philologiang President Lin- l coln County Clubg VV. A. A., Entre ,' Nousg Las Dos Americasg State-County " A Union. , I VIRGINIA LYNN ,flrdmorn l Alpha Chi Omegag Meletaniang Glee ' 1 Clubg Y. VV. C. A. RALPH G. THOMPSON Nofwala uf: Beta Theta Pig Alpha Kappa Psig 5 ' Clip, Scabhard and Bladeg Congressg .f , SOONER Stalf, '23, '24g Business Oppor- , tunity Clubg Oratorical Council, '23g H l',, l Polo Association. ' BERT KEMMERER Carrollton, Missouri M Kappa Sigmag Chi Chi Chig Clipg - Zeta Bigmag Editor 1924 SOONERQ Post ' x ' Commander American Legiong Editor I if' . Frosh Bible, '23g Ruf Neksg IVlzirlfwirzd l D' Staff, '22, '23, Junior Burlesque, '23, E ' '24g "Stunt Night," '22g Cubs Clubg President Federal Club, '23g Oklahoma 3, Magazine Staff, '23g Athenaeang Young 3 " Democrats Clubg Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, '23. ' . -I .5 GRACE BROWNING Geary Alpha Gamma Delta, Y. VV. C. A. tal Cabinetg Oratorical Council, Euro- ,Sv delphiang Las Dos Americasg Blaine 3 County Club. qi! J. HERMAN LONG Muskogee l Ye ll Beta Theta Pig Chi Chi Chig jazz 1 ' Houndsg Treasurer All-Junior Class, ' Junior Prom Committeeg- Junior Bur- lp , lesque Committee. P. A. EPHLAND Shawnee ' , l Alpha Tau Omega. ' Q 2 J. WOODWORTH Oklahoma City Phi Tau Gammag Productions Clubg Wye! Entre Nousg Scribblers Clubg Poetry V lg 1 Club. , 4 ,M I. K. FASKEN I Sand Springs 12 Kappa Thetag Pick and Hammer Club. . RUTH CROW Healdtorz Alpha Gamma Deltag Eurodelphiang fig" Y. VV. C. A.g Indian Clubg Secretary l Carter County Club. Q 'A " H234 sgoioiwisfn all C P 113.1 ' T P T 5 Ti 4 1 ..?. L, A . .-- .. 4- --Y -W ..-a-1-1,.-J-.sr -A ,,-3-.-,.7,.. A - A YA vi 1, , ,. . H E fx-513-fi.. 1. A if W ,WY ,,V,V Y,:,,wu,., .. ..4 'T' 1 11- -.1-W -. -4 l N if g C L A S S E S tx?-',4,j p LV. Aj- tYAs"','-T137 ., I J H Y rm--YV W VK- Y Y -471 - -F . - - - - I 'I Q 45. Zia ix 1 25 , . ff' H? 1. -I' s. 5? 'ffl bf rf" rf J' fi S. +55 .fr iff AH . , ,Q 2 Qi. 'Ji ., ,pl ap. se. :ij ., 'C Qi 3 fling TAI if? 33 1-.5 ...Q si: L. ,Q 1'-' Q5 n ffl UT' All 5 . iii 592' .tg 1 li K ,. .ffl fx-A .Y ,a 6 Qt Tr I. ' 1 ,V Fi K.-', Nl 'lui 5. 'H JY lrx I I l I., v X , -P. I Eu - S ci 7? F33 w Q ., N 'N .1 a it li Ln s. U. l . . T253 Junior Arts and Sczences 4 EI SUSYBEL BUNTON Valentine, Texas Phi Mug Zetaletheang Y. W. C. A.g Blue Bonnet Club. ly DOROTHY BUFFINGTON Oklahoma City Phi Mug Y. WL C. Ag Las Dos Amen- jg., casg Zetaletheang Oklahoma County Club. iff-F 5 GAIL LEWIS Tulsa ' "9 Kappa Kappa Gammag Pi Zeta Kappag 43 Zetaletheang Y. W. C. A.g Orchestrag Glee Clubg Entre Nousg Secretary Tulsa N., X County Club. is THOMAS GODFREY Cherokee ll Sigma Nug Chi Chi Chig Ruf Neks. MATTYE WILSON Norman Phi Mug Scholiag Cubs Club. WALLACE W. WEEKS Harzshorne Delta Tau Deltag Engineers Club. , fi-' f'5 LUCILE HUNTINGTON Erud QQ, Alpha Chi Omegag Y. W. C. A., Entre 'Nfl Nous. I JACK EMIL ENGLEMAN Norman ' Alpha Tau Omegag Scabbard and Bladeg Pick and Hammer Club. ORVILLE E. PRIESTLEY Anadarko If Pi Kappa Phig . Sigma Delta Chig ' Lambda Nug Clipg Oklahoma Daily Staffg Ruf Neksg Congressg Caddo l County Club. X ALBERT H. BALDRIDGE Oklahoma City Phi Beta Kappag Alpha Kappa Psig lie-L Philosophy Clubg Varsity Debateg Busi- X qu ness Opportunity Clubg Congress. ' ' I I . lf - JOHN B. LYNN Fairfax fa I Pi Kappa Alphag Buchanan Clubg Osage County Club. 2:3 VVILLIAM A. CLARK Chelsea Delta Pig Congressg Varsity Track '24-g 511 Varsity Cross Country '23g Rogers County Clubg Indian Club. ROBERT J. GIVEN Oklahoma Cily Delta Pig Congressg Oklahoma County gif! Clubg Pick and Hammer Clubg Indian Clubg Lieutenant R. O. T. C. lVl.-XRCELLAA JONES Oklahoma City gf Delta Gamma. l 5' uf.-lI"l3"i .'.. 7 .-.' f lf! F5 +5 bl 'Cl CJ N E I-575,33 ".' 1 gulf. 'J ".. ' - 114 lg V E, i Y 7 CP .fr 57575 . A .E D A Junior Ar-ts and Sciences Q 1 O A MARsHALL BROWN Tulsa 1 'IN Kappa Sigma. 6 w , , I. KIRBY XNARREN Oklahoma Cify f -, Phi Delta Theta. 2 x IRENE DEANE Tulsa Alpha Xi Delta, Oikonomiag Y. VV. C. , A., Secretary Junior Class: SOONER 4. Staff, '23, '24g Pan1Hellenic Council. X , EVELYN FARMER M cdlesler 1. 3, Gamma Phi Beta, Zeta Phi Etag Y. F W. C. A. l LAURA FOCHT Oklahoma City Q Kappa Alpha Theta. LYNN K. LEE Mi1zul'fz1a, Texas i . Phi Kappa Psig Sigma Gamma Epsi- ', 1 long Scabbard and Bladeg Zeta Bigmag 1- Lieutenant-Colonel R. O. T. C., Presi- f dent Sophomore Class, '22g Secretary 9 Longhorn Clubg Jazz Hounds. P GRAYDON H. LAUGHBAUM Oklahoma Cily Cubs Clubg Business Opportunity Club, Iyhifl'-'LUi7Zd Staff. I -an a ' fn l n v 9 1 ,Q 4 ' 1 9 1 9 l i Q .4 .4 4 Z1 ' xl.. J 1.3 f P FAYE TODD Cleveland Q Gamma Phi Beta, Y. VV. C. A., - Buchanan Club. Q x LELIA HAHN Oklahoma Cily - H.. , Delta Delta Deltag W. A. A.g Philo- ,V ' ' logiang Sociology Club. ' ELEANOR DRENNAN Oklahoma City I n ' Kappa Alpha Theta, Secretary-Treas- 1' urer Buchanan Club, Y. VV. C. A.g Q jp X Zetalethean. 5 p Q . T1 MARIE PICKETT Bristow GI l President DeBarr Club, Creek County V Club 1 Q , LEE R. MANKE IVaukomis , Acaciag Websterian. - W ni li' ' D , C. JAKE HAAS Okmulgfe 5 ASI' P Kappa Sigmag Clip, Battle Axe, jazz ggi, ,ll Hounds, Varsity Pep Manager, '22, ll, ,. Pick and Hammer Club, Cubs Clubg Athenaeang Okmulgee County Clubg l 5 Pistol Team, '22. lui 1 FRANCES N. MCKNIGHT Oklahoma City Y Alpha Phi, Y. W. C. A.g Zetalethean. li 2 , - D C 0 Ti Xfif ' ' -- . . 3, . ..,,,'L. ,.,f,T'r'?"f7 ii' ' ' A 4 ---we - aaa . -...,.,J .4 l F,v9.L"'5fa55,E7."1'i'.S.w.iE2i' I 2 4 5, QQ y-4 5 Q , gi s ,.H,.,a5, . it 3 j ef 7 '.-i-:-'rv-5.-.01 - 1- , ,,,, - -- - 3- ,af ' . gli QL A 115 i 4 If 1 I A . I an .J l l T H E C L A s s E is A I , 2 I ' e , .""f'KT?" 'TY-'V'7iC"-"""'g""p"' ' ' . . DZ' ' If . . 4 I 9? li K gf A l .3 - .5 II I ,Li ' W r Junzor Arts and Sciences fl gp' li 4 l lift IN K. I L1 , 4 . lllm I ' l ,fi I ' N EDGAR KAHLE, JR. Dfumright 3 K K l bf l Business Opportunity Clubg Las Dos A l l E, , Americas. 1 .3 J 'V 1 CLEO REID Tahlequah S' Kappa Kappa Gammag Women's Coun- T34 ,W W cilg Pan-Hellenic Councilg Indian 3 Elf I Clubg Philologiang Entre Nousg Y. W. 5 Q I ' . C. A.g Oratorical Councilg Sociology 1 fi' Clubg Cherokee County Club. W .D I A Q fp. l ANNIE JOHNSON Pawnee lzq I I. -V I . , MARCUERITE MUECGE Lamont ILS: Lyle Alpha Chi omega. Y. W. C. A.. Or-1 fig +4 I' chestra. g HDV Q ,I df Q EMANUEL SCHONVVALD Blackwell P. fl Loafing. K nl' Nt II PAULINE EDWARDS , Mcdlester b El .4 I Alpha Gamma Deltag Ducks Clubg , 1 Las Dos Americasg Buchanan Clubg lag Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A. if iii 'P 'I - 3 ' HOWARD E. KING El Rrno l. if Sigma Chig Varsity Basketball. I . xg I F ll RICHARD EDWARDS Oklahoma City .59 5' Sigma Alpha Epsilon. .ly 'Q 4 l 541 l 55? ll 2 . ALBERT G. NANCE Norman ' A ff Beta Theta Pig Mystic Keys. ' 1 lg X Nay ' .gi VVILMA E. KEITH Byars I Q1 H231 Y. W. C. A.g Ducks Club. 5- Qi pe IMA I X I RL S. Baker - Ponca City 5:3 Sigma Chi 5 Jazz Hounds 5 Chi Chi Chig Battle Axe. I . we ' i TI-IELMA SMITH Muskogee I Zeta Tau Alpha. '35 fl.: 25 , ANN SLOUGH Ardmore if? ly y Alpha Phi. I l FLORENCE ROYSTER Wanetle ii.: A ggi A Y. W. C. A.g DeBarr Club. ,I WEE . 4 I ,iff L L . L. - fl Q if-para 5 oo N Q 116 5 Z Junzor Arts and Sciences i 1 BASIL WAGNER Chandler ., Alpha Tau Omega- Lincoln County Club' Pick and Hammer Club. x ELIZABETH MORRISON Oklahoma Cily Gamma Phi Betag Y. VV. C. A.g Soci- ology Club. .D 7 VIRNIE GOUDELOCK Oklahoma City Q Delta Delta Deltag Y. W. C. A.g Soci- ology Club. g . 1 JOHN F, STEWART Okmulgce -jg .1-. if C- W PM ' lid I a-L A I ,Q FANNIE COSTLEY Dallas, Texas Alpha Gamma Deltag VV. A. A.g Social . Problems Club. 4 Kappa Epsilong Alpha Chi Sigmag Tau ' Pig Kappa Tau Pig Kappa Kappa Psig . I l R 1 L I. I .. I. J, . J' V-v i'-. ' I i T E C L S S E S 'X g"? Afy5 A .-", A:.:,p. of ,N ' K ll' 2 f 1 ' K ' Y y , , Y' Phi Mu Alphag Band. GEORGE Fox Cushing ' ' Sigma Nug Varsity Baseballg jazz Hounds. MARTHA L. BARNES Oklahoma Ciiy 1 Kappa Alpha Thetag Y. VV. C. A. 1 1 MARK MARKOWITZ Tulsa -4 Phi Beta Delta. y r. DOROTHY L. BROWN Oklahoma City ,, 1 Delta Delta Deltag Life Saverg Cubs l Club. JAMES PORTER Tulsa f. Sigma Chi. I' A 1 l WILLIE M. WEBB Altus :Jr ' Alpha Omicron Pig Women's Councilg C I jackson County Clubg Cubs Clubg K 3 Glee Club, '22g Zetalethean. A 4 EVA I. WOLFE Drumright I ' Chi Omegag Oikonomiag DeBarr Clubg i" I Y. W. C. A. Q . .4 DICK WHEELER El Reno '39 . Phi Gamma Deltag Varsity Basketball, I 4 '23, '24-. W Q l THELMA PHELPS El Reno 1' Q, , Alpha chi omegag Y. W. C. A. cabiy , 55 netg Cubs Clubg Las Dos Americasg T Buchanan Club. A I x . ' ,K K Y is A ' ' ' W' 1,7 L. ni pl92-4 scones ' "awww," .gl ' "7 31 ' 117 .. I 1..A'G'w I I I I 1?,..- ,,.,,. .,... , I. I .-, 9 'YN 'v .Ez 5 v I9 Q fx A-an Q ,. .M i in Vg 'Q 5931 ,.,,. rfa' " .in l 'bg' .-TQ' fiij ,ig ,H- 'ni V .PQ 5 vi' ' :bl 3 'pa . 'Z pfgl qi? l MER if l 75 . VH 14-If 4-V. 5-132' F: 1 U '55 ,Lg A 53' l , A1 l 2,5 1 .,,'fg,i a I " 7512? I UV- l if I 'iffy .Syl Nr. INR . l'ig-Y . All f 1,4 y . EF" L. . . '1 -I i n .. 1 l' , l .L i - f I 'I l ,,,.,..F.1-.q.-A. H .,,.,, . ., - .-- V ' r . sf..-1 '- 'w,v5,f', l .l. E ll,-nk 1,5 gv , ,f,.,,:.,,.,g CW" 'iig:..,..4:g'.:g:'i . l 3 i l 2 E - "' -:,'1u""95,..ww....Q-. W . C L A S S E S 5 I I i .W A 'cr 1-. ca l UI Q Junior Arts and Sciences .fel fi ERLE R. FENTEM ,4.1a I 425 Sigma Nug Alpha Delta Sigma. ' 4, .. 'Q il GERTRUDE GARDNER Oklahoma Cizy In Pi Beta Phig Entre Nous. In ED SHORT, JR. Tulsa l Sigma Nu 1 MADALYN MARIE KENISTON La-wton l .gi . 4F Chi Omega. all l 'il RENE HOMMES Oklahoma City X' Chi Omegag Cubs Clubg Oklahoma Iii, Daily Staffg Pieriang R. O. T. C. Spon- 2,35 sor, '23g Junior Burlesque, '23g journal- ism Queen. 3 ly .. , GEORGE B. SMITH Fairfax 4' gl Pi Kappa Alphag jazz Houndsg Osage 'N , W County Clubg Indian Club. . l i .l . ' gi l DOROTHY A. LONG Okmulgee RQ... Kappa Kappa Gammag Theta Sigma 5' li Phig Y. W. C. A. ... I . l KERMIT C. SHELBURNE Oklahoma City Nigel- Cubs Clubg Devil Dogsg Lieutenant R. llgal 0. T. C. ll , , B. M. COUCH Helena is Sigma Nu. MARY E. HILL 1 Tulsa .FQ gl Pi Beta Phig Ducks Clubg Life Saverg llfgil Y. W. C. A. ME. M MILDRED KLBINSCHMIDT Tulxa Delta Gammag Cubs Clubg Ducks Clubg SooNER StaE. E-ggi 'fy " ICIXGSFORD PRICE Fairfviefw l l Kappa Sigmag Varsity Football. 3 . I l I ' . ,, STERLING Wl. DAVIS Shawnee Ggfql Kappa Thetag Whirlwind Staifg President Pottawatomie County Clubg State' ffl County Uniong Cubs Clubg Y. M. C. A' l ELEANOR JORDEN' Oklahoma City 1,3 Pi Beta Phig Buchanan Club. f 135. ll,-Ii wiei ' ' 42.25. ..,..':g'f'fi. l 118 - L...-.fl r 1' -rQ,v,fQ.g,'g3:,3g3 T H E C L A V624 '7e'x"-"4?'i'F '7'1-QIQQ 4 l l 'P Junior Arts and Sciences D. M. AUSTIN Chickasha Kappa Sigma. GUY T. BROWN Calumet MARY H. MBE Sterling, Illinois Kappa Alpha Thetag Oikonomiasg Y. VV. C. A. DOROTHY DEVIN .ffjmche Delta Delta Deltag Entre Nousg Y. VV. C. A. ANNA BRITI' Marloqc' VVomen's Councilg Y. VV. C. A.g W. A. A.g Stephens County Club. G. S. VVARNER EI .RL'7I0 Phi Delta Theta. GENEVIEVE STRICKLER Enid Delta Gamma. Bos HOVlfELL Holdenfvillc Kappa Alphag Glee Club. JACK SIMMS Norman Sigma Chi. D. EDWARD HoDcEs Nefwkirk Sigma Chi: President Cubs Clubg SOONER Staff: Battle Axeg Ruf Neksg Publication Boardg Kay County Club- ROBERT P. BREWER Tulsa Phi Delta Thetag Chi Chi Chig Mystic Keysg Jazz Hounds. ROBERT J. PRICE Oklahoma City Kappa Alphag Mystic Keysg Vice-fPresi- dent Freshman Class '22g Jazz Houndsg President Junior Classg Inter-Fraternity Council. V FIDELIA WIHEATLEY Tulsa Delta Psi Kappag W. A. A.g Women's Councilg President Ducks Clubg Lead- er Latauqua Clubg Y. W. C. A. Cab- inetg Life Saverg Tulsa County Club. DARRELL G. DUNCAN Ada Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alphag Or- chestra. "T" ..:-':'nEi'2QH-:3.'r'- 421. iiftf- i 2 el L3 N I 4 ' ,f , V,-a, ,-.....a-,,V .-, Y da. ... ..- , ,, I vl ll ,. ag N-.lv-----M-,.,-.-Pg., ' af I l-. 2222.4-vlElg::-?4f:'5afa T H E c L A s s E s l E+5t'iS'5a."5m'?fFti'4aVft Y QQ 3 ,. I -- f'-fra' 'l--'- wwf'-fe -rye'--'K+ - X 1 W. 553 I tiff ll x. l ll . U l pa I -. J Junior Arts and Sciences N. A l Pj 1 l 'lx E. VV. MARSHALL Chandler Q , l'.q Sigma Alpha Epsilon 5 Jazz Houndsg lj pb' Q Business 1Ogportunity Clubg Lincoln I l County C u . I J 9' 1 ff Ls WILLIAM ENGLAND Ponca City rig Sigma chi. Kgs ,lp '17 l. MARY NOBLE Ardmore 1, J V! Alpha Chi Omegag Phi Mu Gammag lfli 1,5 -ll Delta Psi Kappag Ducks Club. lp' N CATHERINE SLOSSON Nefwleirk ,QQ l , . . ll P1 Beta Phi. II- l' A 1 tl mgxl R. P. GRIMMETT Pauls Valley J 'Y - Phi Gamma Deltag Forumg Freshman , Football '21g Varsity Football, '22. ,Ig , 7 IJ? f ' RICHMOND DUVALL Atlanta, Georgia Q33 f x Igflpbpa L.Sigmag Ei1Si3CSax Cgpportunity Jl 'D ' u ' Ieutellant at! J , .... X, l fp l ' l .6 lg l ll AUDREY WRIGI-IT Altus lk' Chi Omega. ,-vi g ljiv ill JACK L. BELL Tulsa gill Pi Kappa Alphag Cubs Clubg Olzla- Jfjl homa Dazly Staffg Freshman Football, 'W If J 'Z3g sal-lblalara Clubg Oklahoma Writ- ,iw lp. ers Guildg Y. M. C. A.g Tulsa County lf, ' 'Y l Club. 3 'l qkfaw :ffl fail ll L' JAMES FITZ-GERALD, JR. Tulsa Wi lg l Phi Gamma Deltag Glae Club, 'zsg li.: ll Pick and Hammer Club. ilgatf I -'E l fl , l JEWEL CONKLING Norman Alpha Xl Deltag Y. W. c. A.g Mathe- P4 matics Clubg Cleveland County Club. -5 la I J 4 ll . 1, FRANK E. BRADY Vinita 11 4' Kappa Epsilon. A Louis CIIARNEY Wilburtoa ,Ea J Ffa Sigma Alpha Ma. J I, .I ll' l 'Q l 4, K BERNICE PATON Mena, Arkansas I ll Alpha Xi Deltag Razorback Clubg Y. fig! VV. C, A.g Mathematics Club. lg ' ll .I ll., A J ll all lggg I I lll lg .,.,.., igi Yi'fi-f.'A'I,ff' 'ff in 53- fee- fl--UA--mime A A a a M4 I l 1. "?1i?gF P9 '3'f"?i 5? A I , 120 I I ll l I i ll I l l L, l l 4 N in "'. .'. T H E CLA s SE si ig W - ,, -,-e,"' " " H , ' W I R E Junior Business , , , U i, BYRON T. DAWSON Luther x Pi Kappa Phig Alpha Kappa Psig Con- fx gressg Business Opportunity Club. ll, LAWRENCE E. FRARY Guthrie A -if DON EVANS Ada 'Q H. ADRIAN SMITH Perry f Phi Kappa Psi. 1, BURT W. LUDLOW Oklahoma Cily L' Phi Delta Thetag Inter-Fraternity Coun- H cil. ia' PERRY R. HANSON Oklahoma Cily Beta Theta Pig Battle Axeg Ruf Neksg Chi Chi Chi. Qi MILDRED E. SIDWELL Norman D Alpha Phig Gamma Epsilon Pig Pi Zeta Q' Kappag Secretary Student Union, '23g ,-, Y. W. C. A. Cabinetg Pan-Hellenic fy Council. BYRON ROBERTS Tonka-wa Pi Kappa Alphag Bandg Glee Club. HAZEL PLUMMER Arzadarko Gamma Epsilon Pig Kappa Phig Cubs Clubg Business Opportunity Clubg ' 9 Caddo County Clubg Mathematics Clubg Y. VV. C. A. 4, Q MAURICE DYSART Clarksville, Texas Phi Kappa Psi. . CHARLES A. NEWTON Perry W V Kappa Alpha. , 1 Q. 4 NELLMA THOMPSON Hartshorne A Delta Psi Kappag Gamma Epsilon Pi. Q P 4 JOHN H. MUGLER Perry ,gf Phi Kappa Psig Ruf Neksg Orchestrag fl Business Opportunity Club. 4 LUTHER W. ATKXNS Hfdmvff A K Acacia. . - Pl l 1- -f - -V. , -a, J, 4,14 1 ,-, , f -f -3. 23 -- 1924 ps opoupe . L . 121 It - T 'Q gb... ' T H E C L A S S E S 2' can .KA an L . , - V EKYJLA- Y Y , .........,.......v...H. -........ Junior Business RUTH KOCH Checozah . Alpha Phig McIntosh County Clubg Zetaletheang Y. WL C. A. HENRY HINKLE Defuol Business Opportunity Club. EARL SOMMERS Lalzoma Delta Pig Alpha Kappa Psi, jazz Hounds, Business Opportunity Club. JOHN B. WOOTEN Chickasha Sigma Alpha Epsilong Mystic Keys, Freshman Football, '21g Varsity Foot- ball, '22, Freshman Track, '21g Varsity Track, '22. P PIERBERT H. SCOTT Norman Pi Kappa Alpha, Athenaeang Red Red Rose. ERNEST H. SOLF Carmen Delta Tau Delta, Business Opportunity Club. TOM DEVANNEY Sayre WXLLIAM A. PATTERSON Eufaula Varsity Football. MARIANNE WHITMAN Bartlesfuille Delta Delta Delta, Delta Psi Kappa, Gamma Epsilon Pig President VV. A. A., Sociology Clubg WOmen's Council. W. L. CH1sM Ada Sigma Alpha Epsilon. VVAYNE R. MCCOLGIN Rankin State-.County Uniong President Roger Mills County Club, Devil Dogs, Busi- ness Opportunity Clubg Y. M. C. A. JACKSON M. SLOAN Hozurmz, Texas Phi Gamma Delta: Band, '20, '21g Var- sity Tennisg Longhorn Club. HARLAN S. TROWER Cofwela Blue Pencilg President State-County Union, President W'agoner County Club, '23, Vice-President Poetry Clubg Summer Student Council, '23g Con- gress, SOONER Staff, '23g W'hir-Ifwzna' Staff, '22, '23, '24-3 Oklahoma Magazine Staff, '23, '24-5 Bandg Cubs Clubg Busi- ness Opportunity Clubg Y- M. C. A. C. L. RICE Norman Y. M. C. A. Cabinet. 122 ,, l 1 1. if l 1, Qi J I -364 ,V e P, 57? l V if 4 Q1 A M l 's il l l T u i l. l l J. ii E l i l l i i 510 . E, m . 1 l l R I E i l 5 5. ls l S l l 1 i 2 l I l ..4 ..-..-f.--qw---,f -f - - - -,- -ff--41 . f 4 i 1:1 ' HS' V ,", ', T H E C L A s s E s Zi "1x,3:s34iqw4Qf,Z:g.'5'.f:-aff' i' vi 1 frviile--d'f'-f f-31,1 fi X Q , i , I 'lm 1- V if iii 7 ' l B i 4' ir? f r v. . . ' H5135 li h Junior Business , F v 4 4 , i 4 ll I 5' 'J , 3, N w""f . .il i ' ii . I! Y- i ' 1 X M13 ' J MERWYN L. BLACK Bowie, Texas in Pi Kappa Alphag Longhorn Club. 1 , E' C, i . Isl? N' '- v , " 551 Vg x Y i 3332 , .gun e s ', f 1 i , I .9 1 i Qy 'ff K i I. PHILIP H. GREEN Muslaogrve jf. Sigma Nug Business Opportunity Club. 'UQ 3' iq: Z A? t N xl' it ' 'I i '.- Y X654 A . new av DALroN Voss Chzckaslm gal .4 VVebsteriang President Grady County 1, ' qi Clubg Vice President State County X qi. 13 Uniong Business Opportunity Clubg Y. 'N ,Q Q--A r M. c. A. qi if 'gi L r iff 1 'X ' i af 1 Q7 in ,9- 4 SH 4 fi? Stix n 4 e yy if . rt fi-zffafawwfwqzzffiaefauasvmaaavsaga soQNEnf zga , , 123 9 1 K' "-.nf Junzor E ducatzon ELSAE F ALDREWS Norman P1 Zeta Kappa Pxerxan Blue Blue V1olet Entre Nous Las Dos Amerrcas W A A Schoha Y W C A Edu catxon Queen Blame County Club Student Volunteer VIN NYE MCANALLY K eota SALOME SMITH Norman Schoha VERA B MONICAL Norman Kappa Ph1 Y W C A Scholxa W , ,,..-'- A.- ,.--f.5.K A, .A T .5:f,1A5,g,y,,',hS5g3,,p55jggmA,l T H E C L A S S E S ix, ,.':s15iYfN1j.+-. :fx -fx 1 1 rg.aufa1e.i'-e-eg--+-u-- 5 AEZTLY Jiri iiLi.i,, ,L .- . W li l V - --- Y W V I i , Y Y ' 1 1 r'-1 1 3 1 1 1 19. 1 1.2 1 1 11 A EQ 1 1 ll b 1 I . . Q,- ly lr Q l i 5 . ,X . . 1 ig i f . - 1 l l v 1 . 1 1 .' - ' 9 s, , gp- 1 ' .L s , 9 s l 1 1, 1L .' . -Q Q . . . . .Q - M' 1 ' 1 ' 3 . 1 1 1 l A QD fi 13.-,I 1 1 1 X .A 1 . 1 'X , I Vg . 1 l A 's ---- s ' - ,T A l f I4 H 1 1 J 11 .1 l . O R n 5 1 1 , ,. CARROLL A. REEVES Dallas Texas ' " 1 Acacra l .5 , 1 LOY E. COOK Indiahonza ' . 1 Phi Delta Kappag Student Councilg ' '73 3, 1 Clipg Cubs Clubg President Scholia. ' 11. if , 'if' VIVIAN TALLEY Claremore l E Scholiabg VV. A. A.g Rogers County l Clubg Y. W. C. A. Aj' 1, C. O. MOORE Norman 'I :tl 1 1 if 1 15, MELISSA SPEER Edmond l '55 I if U Scholia. 'ff JANICE WOMACK Hugo chi Omegag W. A. A.g Y. W. C. A. 1. 1155 112531 1 5, BLANCHE SHIELDS Los Angeles, California lx: 1 all T Al ha Chi Omegag Eurodelphiang Y. ' 14 1 B, 1 p , gif W. C. A. 54 ' 1 , .I H. A. BRUCE , Sidney, Arkansas at 15 - Phi Delta Kappag Scholiag Razorback Club. l 111 ri, ' lie 15 . A4 1 1- GEOROIA ROGERS Olalalzoma City fb ' 35 1111 1 . 1 -15 K iii -Ct -C O 1 g Y -Y A A - - A ---11' -- V- A W- -' Y - Y-Q-'Maia-f--1-rv Y -Jlfrf QTL:-Y Y Y Y Y ,-Y-Y - -A--,YY Y-Y-Y -gud., -4 ff' 5 Q 2 5 Q G N E 5-7' 'ffnff -Q3?11?i'?3-11525-'3l2:i7f':'.'YfI"5'f?55?g '. .5 Y Y N, , . --Y . V-- W -- -.--- W .,, ,Y ,, ,, ,E W ,, ...,...,,, -,,- W 124- ,, F-75: . Y, i Jn- --- ' T H E c L A s s E s ., .4 lata - -gill - ' 'W' "A' 'L if H 'L ' d xhf Junior Engineering CHEsI.EY W. NEAL Chickasha Square and Compassg A. S. M. E.g En- gineers Club. HERBERT E. BEARDMORE Oklahoma City Tau Pig Engineers Clubg Pick and Hammer Clubg Engineering Geology Club HERBERT L. OAKES Norman Delta Tau Deltag Tau Pig Secretary Engineers Clubg Mathematics Club. JAMES N. HOCKMAN Cherokee Kappa Thetag Kappa Kappa Psig Kap-I pa Tau Pig Bandg Engineers Clubg Pick and Hammer Club. CECIL L. CI-IATMAN Shafwnfe Kappa Thetag Engineers Club, En- gineering Geology Clubg Pick and Hammer Club. MURL F. HILL, IR. Tulsa Alpha Sigma Deltag Treasurer A. I. E. E.g Engineers Club. R. E. THORNTON Paden Scabbard and Bladeg Sigma Taug Clipg A. I. E. E.g Engineers Clubg Lieuten- ant Colonel R. O. T. C. ARTHUR LASHBROOK Blackwell Sigma Nug Engineers Club. DONNELL ROBINSON , Cordell Pi Kappa Alphag Scabbard and Bladeg A. S. C. E-g Athaeneang Washita County Clubg Engineers Clubg Stadia Club. HOMER HALVERSON Minco Tau Pig Mathematics Clubg Engineers Clubg Stadia Club. LEWIS NEILSON Coldfwazer, Kansas Kappa Thetag Varsity Wrestling, '22. EUGENE C. BATHE Lenapah Sigma Phig Sigma Taug Alpha Sigma ' Deltag Treasurer A. I. E. E.g Glee Clubg Engineers Club. V C. D. MCCONNELL Tulsa Kappa Alphag jazz Houndsg Pick and Hammer Clubg Engineers Club. I. L. NEAL H-van! Tau Pig Engineers Clubg A. I. E. E. ' l9g24gSO6HgEgQ Y 125 , . 'gf w 2'- 'fi 5-1 ,1 1-sl Y. 'l A 1 .A . f ,L 5 . w .1 1 .A i- 1 1. ' I ' f afl- ff, V? "E -1 . -E13 Q.. L 1 eff l 5552 N2 u' iff 1.15 . Qi' 1-1-Tr I ll 1 IEE? T 1 15111 '38 11 li kg l rf- ' x r Bi: l 15:5 . ,,.1 Bl 1 :QS I iii .Jie i1 ri! l KFC 1 a if 1 ll 1,1542 i 4. 1 'ii Pl ., 1211-Q li 151- l . 6 ,1 Ei' ez-if 1 tai: .uf 1, S '13 1 E 1-A '. 4 .3 ff: i Ab ii iff 1 ff, 51 liz 1 xl fl! ' Ha, . li 1133, l . My 71591 li-,fi ' 1 ' n 3 -x1 1 1 . g -..---.4....--.. fum... ....-.....,Y.....g.. ,. ..,. - ,. - ,. Y ...Y .- . 7. ,,.... -,- .,.-.. .- ...,. 7-77. E Y , . K Y .., .1 V 1 4-F Y... ,... .F .w...4-,fk...a,.,.. f i 'TS717-T. .41 T H E c L A S s E s i E ..-e-H...1e..H-..- Y-. Y, N. Junior Engineering MAURICE R. HOWELL Wynnewood Acaciag Engineers Club. GLEN E. BULLIS Oklahoma City Acaciag Engineers Club. R. VV. HIPPEN Oklahoma Ciiy Alpha Chi Sigmag "X"g Tau Pig Clipg Engineers Clubg Productions Clubg Chemical Engineers Clubg St. Pat's Boardg 'tStunt Night" Cast. HAROLD D. HUGHES Hem-ygzta Square and Compassg Engineers Clubg A. I. E. E.g Okmulgee County Club. LEHMAN HEFLEY Norman Engineers Clubg A. S. C. E.g St. Pat's Board. PERCY H. ROBINSON Cap,-on Sigma Taug Engineers Clubg A. I. E. E. L. A. MCCOLLISTER Mangum Phi Delta Thetag Tau Pig Stadia Club. KARL M. FRANK Purcell A. I. E. E.g Engineers Clubg McClain County Clubg Varsity Track, '23, '24-g Freshman Baseball, '21, DAVID E. FIELDS Oklahoma City Alpha Sigma Phig A. S. M. E.g Secre- tary-Treasurer Engineers Club. JOHN H. COFFMAN Holdenfville - Tau Pig A. S. C. E.g President Junior Engineersg Engineers Club. .. 1 4 1' 1 533 xi 1 91. 51 1! .-1' 14:- ':h?1 li 1r 1 ,Q l 2? 1 gif l 13 . wt? 'E 55 . .5 '? i.:14 E W5 il J' 1 M I l 5555 Q H D .2 i .ii sg les Q T 5 Q.-Z 1 1.3 1 . .1z.1. 412. 5 'gg J .4, 1 lx? ll iii gf. A ,1 F. 1 .gg .5 .2 NT . s i lf? Tuff? i fr. in ity l if ug .11 1 1:3 'if' r 153' 5' 'fl 3 I 1 Ili" 111 n sg: A ii.: .if gy.. I 'lil l rad! s ' in . ,E M1 1111 - , '11 1-ff, .L n i Liu- I iii 1 -5' 2 ff, :FW -ov we ff 51 will , -.c-..- - A..-. wi- -.-,,. Y- . -,--M. ..-. --. ..,..-.. Y -1-.-. ..........,.z j2..fQ..-..-a,....,.,-g.......,N d,,,,, 126 .-1 A5 l Ri l I L ui A -.r -p Y I iq egqik-v U v V vp vi T H E c L A s s E s T3'.geJ,,"1f,6,Eq5.qgg.p43, - l 'V T""T"' "T-TEA 'Ti-jiZ?"f-'V 'jf-t?'4 4 N ' K C X A., 1 9 gg ' I I': X? ' Junior Fine Arts jg . - Lv D X FLORENCE MITSCPIRICPI Norman 'fi ., Pi Zeta Kappag Mu Phi Epsilong Y. ' , VV. C. A. Cabinetg Glee Club. - Q THELMA ALDRIDGE St. Jo, Texas 5 . .l K' ' DOROTHY MCCALI. Norman Q -"' Pi Beta Phig Ducks Clubg Brush and '1-T Paletteg Y. VV. C. A. 5321 ' 1 I LORENE M. GILBREATPI Apache lit Q Y. VV. C. A.g Brush and Paletteg Caddo i County Club. A ll 4 VX l gm A f DOLLIE SMITI-I Norman :N Glee Clubg Y. VV. C. A. fd 5 HELEN WALLACE Tulsa .72 '4 Kappa Kappa Gammag Phi Mu Gam- A' mag President Y. VV. C. A.g Pi Zeta Q91 ' Kappag Orchestrag President Zeta- fl' ' lethean, '23. 6 ' P5 r 5, 'F' ERDA THELMA OWEN Norman Alpha Xi Deltag Delta Psi Kappag U5 QA Oikonomiag VVomen's Councilg Y. VV. fic ' C. A. :ij , Qi, fi KATHLEEN P. BOWDEN Holdenfville Alpha chi omega? Y. W. c. A. 1, K Ogg 'Q KATHERINE. OWENS Tulsa "gg ' ALICE BARCLAY Tonka-wa l . Alpha Xi Deltag Pan-Hellenic Councilg lib I Meletaniang Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A., 'SQ .Q Tulsa County Club. .' 'lib V' BILLIE DAVID MAPLES Norman Q1 - Alpha Gamma Delta. ' '-x 0.1. EVELYN LEWIS Hobart Pieriang W. A. A.g Y. W. C. A.: 5 Ducks Clubg Las Dos Americasg Btush . lg 4? and Paletteg Secretary-Treasurer Kiowa q Q5 '. County Clubg Newman Club. ty, s .411 4 , W3- 'c VViENDELI. HARPER Oklahoma City gf Chi Omega. 57 LAVERGE SMITH Oklahoma City lp gil Kappa Alpha Thetag Glee Clubg Y. W. 12.5 I C. A. - fig ' , A . I A va. f . . -. - Y.- . L. L, . . 155: . . . 1.5 W... . -. .. . 'ee .g,if - ggi., fiiir' JI - I - A 1924 SOO'-AE 127 H . 't - V ' -fy --- . E c L A s s E s ' lf':1i'V"C"-T"T J M '-. ' Ali Y , ,, ,lf " g - - ...a V.. , ' Junior Fine Arts MADGE BEARD Tulsa Alpha Chi Omegag Business Manager. Glee Clubg Y. VV. C. A. CLARA BONEERAKE El Reno Delta Psi Kappa: Ducks Clubg W. A. A.g Y. W. C. A.g Brush and Palletteg President Girls' Riding Class. CLYDE C. CLACK Durant Art Editor W'hirlfwirzd,' SOONER Stalfg Alpha Delta Sigmag President Brush and Paletteg President Bryan County Clubg Cubs Clubg State-County Union. JOSEPHINE DoDs0N Lindsay Phi Mug Zetaletheang Glee Clubg Y. W. C. A. ETHEL CHURCH Carmen Alpha Xi Delta: Brush and Paletteg Alfalfa County Club. RUTH I. SUTTER Bartlemzille Alpha Gamma Deltag Mu Phi Epsil-4 ong Glee Clubg Girls Octette. VVILL L. OLIPHANT Norman Philosophy Clubg Secretary-Treasurer Student Preacher Clubg Social Prob- lems Clubg Vice President Forumg Ora- torical Council. NIATTIE BBLCHER Cherokee Glee Clubg Pieriang Alfalfa County Clubg Vice President Y. W. C. A. A. JETTIE BAIRD Wayaoka Y. W. C. A.g Fiddlers Clubg Pieriang Vice President Woods County Club. LEAH TROSPER Oklahoma City Alpha Phig Women's Councilg Blue Curtain Clubg Pierian. PAULINE MYERS Norman Alpha Chi Omega. RUTH GALLMAN Oklahoma City Alpha Phi HELEN BAILEY M6512-Wf Alpha Xi Deltag Mu Phi Epsilong Or- chestrag Fiddlers Clubg Pieriang Y. W. C. A. LELA THOMPSON 14 Iva Glee Club. 128 my fc 0 1 t J . ,.... . -L ..-HH . fr 1 , N, I ,lgrgmffk-3-i:P:+2:ti4ttrt."fm- I T H E C L A S S E S -t , Vflr 54255 fi ' I -""""" ' ' ' T51 S Ai- u W- R , v ld . xr' Y.,. ,Li J, AY M "" 'hL'n'Mnf'V-"ugh M.-Jil ,gil if 'ij qi , , 1 A f M l u. l 4' ' 'v '-, Wt' l .r l nf. 1 te: J Q a l W J Junior F me Arts ' -,V ,I . we f- l if! C-i if: lui ZAZELLE DICK Oklahoma Cify vxijj 1 Alpha Gamma Deltag Phi Mu Gammag If-,I Zetaletheang Blue Curtain Club: Y. VV. "ef lx ' C. A. gb, get Qs ' X ll' if. :L li-9 ln-if ,fc ssl- . '-4' . . . "" 5,1-2 Q THELMA VVHALEY Mzamz 4 Kappa Alpha Theta. ' bf' 1 P15 V my ' ? 'fm 'pp 5 l , 1 '- i gilt l l 'fi' l if' K" ' RUTH HUMPHREYS Tulsa ig' W Gamma Phi Betag Glee Clubg Brush iQ-1 343' .and Paletteg Y. VV. C. A- lg, Q 1, l .gi l 53 ' PY: 11? iii 132,-' LV QQ. EIQSIE GIST Frederick :X igsel Al ha Chi Omegag Phi Mu Gammag '53 , N P . , Hifi' Blue -Curtaln Clubg Y. W. C. A.g Blue Bonnet Club. .Z .0 , Ay it L 7 1 '. i QI 1 334 l X. ' ll h l If 'A rl 'ia is Q il 54:42. l 5 ft-F gig V522 i ff? ' , :Eg ggi VVILMA HOWELL Holdenfville Zi Q Alpha Chi Omegag Octetteg Glee Clubg y if, V Hughes County Club. Q' u ' ' 'Vx f' S, ,ji 1 fa ' 1 11 l ft' ,I Q, ROSALIND HOLLOW' Tulsa l 56' Kappa Kappa Gammag Phi Mu Gam- 'ii l!","il ma ii 'i l ig.: ' eg Q in " : l Q L X , ill-5 l- ' l iii: A' 1 wi U . , -. L .lx -.,... mf..- C. - .- .-- L - . - f... . . - W . .- fi 'W' -"- 'f'rT."fgi--,.e L-, ,fl ' - 1 lin 'J sf. 2' 1' W 'W P-J F Hr . - ' -'Fil' '7 '-. i- Vg' -l T- W ' ' f . 4 Z ., 129 5 E 1 1 l ,gh 5 F' lift' Qi? '?'. ,. rr 1 Lf. ph ,.r. tp, iraq Yi- 1 P Val his rj. 1 ?? i. bfi 1 iii Q. 1-ii if A 2-'I . ll ,iff hi fi. iiifll .' -5 l rt. , film l '65, P.: l tii 'fb I EE yi- Z ll T l ff? H il ' fl' tfv . ' 4 .TL-, !' 1 'll 1521- 'H' 'l 71? N ,, ll ,K ,ll .l I P' ll Z, l A lv gl.. ggi 1 Tlv 2 I J," ' 'Q 'ir .. 1. T l E 1 Y' r ,A 1 'l ,..4 PQ ' 5 1- yrs.-. , W' ,, . '11 1111- i ff 'f"'5 1"-" -' 'gr '3 - -f fl l 1 . , ., . . .L ity, t -1 T H E C L A S S E S ,ETQT:g:EF?,5:,'5gi,',-':y.','RiitI Y ' P .-..Ll..,... ,..3if:.:a.-,:. :L11:1:',,ir:g1f,4L4L.LL ,+L W, .31 , ,L gg, Elf' " "'4ES""u' 'Sei' 'I 1 I. T fri I 'hill all X L Y l! Junior Law 1 l itil T 'l its T E ED. LIGON Tulgg ,i Sigma Alpha Epsilong Chi Chi Chig Battle Axe, Jazz Houndsg Tulsa 1 Veil County Club. T ig l KENNETH D. MITCHELL Oklahoma City Qif1Q Sigma Chig Ruf Neksg Red Red Roseg Wifi, Inter-Fraternity Council. 1 h NORTON STANDEVEN Tulsa il.. A , ,ge Sigma Chig Phi Delta Phig jazz 3, . 1.4 Houndsg President Tulsa County Clubg State-County Union. 55:21, GEORGE A. VOTH Enid Alpha Sigma Phig Phi Alpha Deltag Kulp Bar, Congressg Interbar Contest. VVILLARD D. EGOLE Muskogee Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Delta Phi, ' 'Jil I Battle Axeg Clipg Whirlwind Statfg I-1531 Vice President All-Junior Class, Pub- Fifi: lication Board. C. C. VVILKINSON Duncan Vice President Athenaeang Stephens "iii County Club, Law School Association, President Stray Bills Clubg Young Democrats Club. 'fl J CHARLES SKALNIK Medford T Lambda Nug Phi Delta Phig Monnett lilirl Barg VVebste1'ian. lifi D. LEE BROWN Lindsay Forum. 1. r ti. VERNON E. COOK Guthrie Beta Theta Pig jazz Hounds. 1-:' 1 JEROME C. SULLIVAN Ardmore 'V H Delta Tau Delta, Ruf Neks' Alpha lot Q 1 Kappa Psig Student Council, l'21, '22, lil: '23g President Freshman Law Class, '23g Battle Axeg Inter-Fraternity Council. . QA-Q' .fs JACK BRADLEY Hartshorne VVILLIAM JONES, JR. Hartshorne VVebsteriang Pittsburg County Club, Law School Association. MARCELLUS F. PRIEBE Norman Phi Gamma Deltag Alpha Kappa Psig Phi Alpha Deltag Congressg "Stunt "1 - 3 Night," '21, '22, '23, Varsity Wrestling, T' V l ' '20, Varsity Track, '21, '22g Business ,jf Opportunity Club, Jazz Hounds. pf- 9? l I l A, L. FOSTER Cherryfvale, Kansa: I Harper Bar. figl I AL Q l . L N "W " "-"FTC re '--' - -A f f-m -- --------- -- fr .-A f -.-....., .....L....'...Ef , r.......L,T5 f, i L .- r 1 f '4t+1ff':'F-KJ' ' -L msn. . -- - -4 -. .- sf . ...i , ,f- '. -T., f ., ,g:'- 'T'-'ef-W -'-r'--'wee'-------m -A-mega--Maria-..L ..,. -, f-.+.a..,....a. Lau.- , -1 130 It I T' 'Time' "' l X' .fl 6 rig .- .l .ee ,A. fb l . f' T H E C L A S S E S ,L , '3-iiirfi.-Sifeeffffefzfear-urgel 15- V""P LTJYL :""': L' " 1i3li:f1':1' - ' ' ' ' L, .TAT 'T"""-"""'iT""T H52 'Liu .l K LES, l , . i, il-'irq il if ll 'AQ' l l . lfell l i Junior Law l ju S' IS! lbg Joi-IN G. HERVEY Marlofw 15: 'H cl Acaciag Phi Alpha Deltag Alpha Kap- D-', 9? pa Psig Delta Sigma Rhog Pi Sigma 121 gl Alphag Blue Pencilg President Well- l b l sterians, '23g President Inter-Fraternity MQ I ,Qi Council, '24-. lg? ?"N GEORGE S. TURNER Oklahoma Cify 5. Alpha Tau Omegag Phi Alpha Deltaq ' ll Alpha Kappa Psig Vice President junior 2:56 , Law Class. . ' 9, ,l , ll Sr f' rl ADELINE BOULDIN Elle Cziy 'lm b Secretary-Treasurer Junior Law Classg E. VVomen's Council. lift 1 .l ARTHUR GRUNERT flrdmorf fl' W Phi Alpha Deltag President Student . tl ' f Union 5 President Democratic Clubg I-fg til President Federal Cluhg Chief justice F33 91, Q Harper Barg Secretary Athenaeang ' lj Clipg Vice Commander University Post " 3,121.5 American Legiong Vice President Ora- W LQ 3 torical Council. lf", , NK re fd. lt CHARLIE L. ANDREWS Snyder A' lg' , Phi Alpha Delta: Marshall Barg Var- Il-ii I -" sitv Track. , f. .Al ' , U3 l -' I GORDON CARR Paul: pflllfjl f ' 12 Kappa Alphag Ruf Neksg President Athenaeang Oratorical Council. F? VVILLIAM W. POTTER Ard-more Beta Theta Pig Ruf Neksg Quo Vadisg tif' lg Inter Fraternity Council. I l - 2 VVALTER L. BARNES Gutlu-If I 'Q lg - Alpha Tau Omegag Phi Beta Kappag lr! lf? Phi Alpha Deltag Alpha Kappa Psig .Wj-7:3 ' Congress. F453 l 1, I 5 RUSSEL E. HAVENS Afvanl I if Phi Delta Phi. A gf EDWARD C. SNYDER Oklahoma City 'he Phi Delta Theta. ifis C4 ' F? LAZELLE WHITE Drzunrighzf 1 ,if Pi Kappa Alphag Phi Alpha Deltag Q! Freshman Football, '21g Varsity Foot- V872 52 ball, '22, '23. ll fs , DICK PENDLETON Norman bl: Phi Delta Thetag Blackstone Bar. Fl ti ' RAYMOND H. WILLIAMS Oklahoma Cify B. Delta Pig Forumg Business Opportunity , 'F' Q I . ,EJ 5 Club. ' eq FRANK L. VVATSON i Mfdlerter l Q53 K. H Alpha Tau Omegag Delta Sigma Rhog . fx, 5 ,N Pe-etg Phi Alpha Deltag Alpha Kappa I . Psig Phi Alpha Taug Pi Sigma Alphag in lib President Student Union, '233 "Stop '25- Eg. Thief" Castg Student Council, 'Zig l 4 Publication Boardg "Tempest" Cast: W' 5 President Freshman Class, '19: Old ,Q 5' ' Line Oratorical Contest, 'ZZQ Varsity V ig Debate, '23, '24. . X fl ?' iihfg ' T. A P. '.,. ff. elgv-.. TQ."TT'TTT' 'T JJ" ' 'T T77 'f ' ' , , . ' ' I 'Q ,Qt-N" z.v'E'YQNf3ffi.'.-T333 .e..ze:.ee3s D: ,s.-pei:-fl I 923519 O ?jEZ4f1gpff54gE3fif- 131 5 1 3 A 4 yi W. -. H E c L A s s E s .L,"" . -Pr ppp ,.., rl. l Junior Law l I EDYTI-IE JACOBS Tulsa President Philologiang Blue Curtain Clubg Women's Councilg Oratorical Councilg Menorahg Law School AssO- ciation. WAYNE BILLINGS Oklahoma Cify Delta Tau Deltag Phi Delta Phig Ruf Neksg Athenaean. M. DARVIN ICIRK Norman Alpha Tau Omegag Phi Delta Phi. GEORGE W. GRANT Oklahoma Ciiy Kappa Alphag Jazz Hounds. - CLINTON L. DUTION Houston, Texas Phi Kappa Psig President Longhorn Clubg State-County Union. CY HOWENSTINE, JR. Arapaho Phi Delta Phig Clipg IVhirl4-wincl Stff. LLOYD H. MCGUIRE Guthrie Sigma Alpha Epsilon. I. BART ALDRIDGE IVefwaIea Phi Kappa Psig Varsity Basketball, '23, '24g Varsity Baseball, '25, '24g Ruf Neks. R. PLACE MONTGOMERY Hobart Alpha Sigma Phig Phi Delta-Phig jazz Houndsg Congress. JAMES R. EAGLETON Norman Sigma Chig Athenaean. LENDON KNIGHT Tulsa Delta Tau Deltag Phi Delta Phig jazz Houndsg Athenaeang Blackstone Barg Tulsa County Club. I. RONALD JOHNSON Tulsa Delta Tau Deltag Congressg Mystic Keysg Blackstone Barg Inter-Fraternity Council, '23, '24-5 Tulsa County Club. HAWLEY C. KERR Tulsa Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CLAIR HEENAN Oklahoma City Phi Kappa Psig Zeta Bigma. 132 I B ',"T a' ' -.-." . -..,,-, -if-me----f T! It an we-aaa: -'.:r1:.afa'aa T T H F , 1 we 535 Tf""'.,,-.ff. 2, D' ,'.r. --r'.' L 4, lu, ua, - 'T'-""-l"T' R "D: is Us lgigl Junior Law .3-T-l VV. F. HAMPTON A Grow if-,l Delta Pig Phi Alpha Deltag Freshman .Pfl 1 Football, '19g Vl'ebsterinng Young Re- l ij, publicans Cluh. 1 f l li lf? 'l 112' ll Vmou, O. MARTIN Lone Wal qpqpl. 1 J-1 I I , :Est T l if 'lf' ' RALPH G. HARDER Cllilllllfj ll Kappa Epsilon: Phi Alpha Deltag hill! Phi Mu Alpha. lair? . " iii v lik? 1' BERT G. ASHBY Dallas, Texas Delta Tau Deltag Phi Dena Phig .3 T VVhirlwind Staff, '23g Assistant Busi- iiff ness Manager, '24g Ruf Neksg Asso- -lfff ciate justice Marshall Bar, '23g Law 31:1 School Association, '23g Longhorn Club. l l 1'f'f VVILLIAM B. Gissox Elmore Cizy ll'fT2',' Kappa Sigmag Square and Compassg 'Q--'I T Clipg Athenaeang Zeta Bigma. l 6 ,-wr. "Mg l if? '1 CECILE HUNT Tulsa Kappa Sigmag Phi Delta Phig Harper lipl l Bar. 4' ." l fl E? V 53557 E ll ,-fi ' GUSTAV- KRUEGER Hem-yana 1 BW' . 3 N, Acacia. V251 VFP? V.. , SEBE CHRISTIAN Drumrzglll Qfqf Kappa Epsilong Phi Alpha Deltag Cah- iffj gressg President Creek County Clubg l, Law School Associationg Young Demo- Q1 crats Clubg State-County Union. , ,, , it -L. S.,.t . ' 155' Q BEN HATCHER Stone-wall Delta Tau Deltag Phi Delta Phig Phi Delta Kappag Clipg Congressg Little 4 Ten. -al ,ff T fy' T T iff- l lr ,Y J V 5 v, YV , , , , v . . . . , , .. hp. . .f rv nv.. f. ,-fr-L ,..,a:.,: , - Q A . ., I 1 . ,JA 3 -I .5 .+.,- ,',.,..a -. . ff ra- -a... .-. .V-4 ff -. - Ll.. . -.i,., -was D. a- aa D. 133 ECLASSE9' " K .,..,,..,,..a.,.K?,.,,..- -1 I f.,:,l,,, ..... ,- ,.,..,-......1...1y-51-we-1 -'Kiwi 7 L i ,gvvf-.,-rQv,q3rv ' f1,ah'jA4,.:3'4S1f5'7L1jk:' Eff: . I 'Il H E C L S S E S A3 XE. Q 1- Q' ' , Pax . ..,,..,,- .M .. 1 w-'ff- 1- .g ...nw Q' W gvwl, .. . V -ee -f-: I ' -b I' sir V ,H V1 in P k H:-if-:-fn, YT, 'gg W .Q-'- -V'-as-as-5' - 1 Auxg 53 1 312 i is . 13. l p ,l 1 P 93: i 511' i r :f f fs li? ' 23 r eq w Ni li lf? w fi Ki, w .heir , QQ k" I. +4.- 64 1 NR: , l J, bln . l 7122 l fix 5 2.2 z if-2 E up , l jf Y 14? F Q s E e 6' ' l 1 ii If-fx V be .523 . lo , lj , w .Eff xtfi 5 Lil F35 ll gil F' ' w L.,- W iff? LEU u 1 iff? ' as rg :fl f L if l l We l f ' S. l. ll . l li . Ulf 1' . 1 ll ligj I Ui . if' 2 i fseuah 1. L J N I .ln 5 ffl Y' tif" ' l 'fffsf 13" F ,pp . Eff? . 1, ' N in - . . .QQ l .af .. 12,4 !. in Lf-, ' Junior Pharmacy VERNIE G. KIRK Mangum XVHILMA POWELL Crescent , Lambda Kappa Sigmag Kappa Phig Y. VV. C. A.g DeBarr Clubg Tritura- torsg Logan County Club. ROY L. GREEN ,Snyder Devil Dogs. IQATHERINE GRAHAM Norman Lambda Kappa Sigmag Triturators. ' DOROTI-IY RAY El Reno Lambda Kappa Sigma. THEO BYRD Chelsea Kappa Psi. Junior Medicine DUNHAM Lafwton Delta Pig Mystic Keysg Ruf Neksg Comanche County Club, A. F. HANSEN Oklahoma City Phi Chig Clipg Medic Pan-Hellenic Council. l V fp E-ffiffil as O Q N Ei Q ii3f.iff'2 :4f:1+Y:?:Q.:vg'aff5fI-SWQSQSWQ. 134 HE CLASSE 135 H i'.w aw HE CLASSES',"' tt ,L HV- 'v . Sophomore Arts and Sciences LETLA DICKSON Da-vig Zeta Taug Blue Blue Violetg Murray County Clubg Y. VV. C. A. EUNICE HUGPIES Geary Blaine County Club. CLARENCE MCELROY Amber Congress 5 Devil Dogs. EDITH MCKINLEY Pond Crack President Grant County Clubg Secre- tary4Treasurer Republican Club g De- Barr Clubg State-County Union. EARLE MAR'rxN Nefwkirle Lambda Nug Secretary-Treasurer Web- steriang Y. M. C. A. ALBERT P. VANMETER Oklahoma City Websteriang President Social Problems Club. ORVILLE R. HOTT Medford VV. TROY SHELTON W arfwick Lincoln County Clubg' Social Problems Club. CHARLIE lVIATI-IIAS Shamrock Acaciag Lambda Nug Vllebsteriang Var- sity Football. Oklahoma City JOSEPH MARSON Phi Beta Deltag Congressg Menorah. MERRILL A. NELL Norman Pick and Hammer Clubg Y. VV. C. A. LINNIE M. LEDBETTER ' Norman Kappa Phig Y. VV. C. A.g VVomen's Councilg Entre Nousg Las Dos Amer-. icas. JEVVELL HUGHES N0l'7f1l17l AGNES L. PRATHER Normwl 136 ' 'I' II E c L A s s Ia s 3.5" 5.1. I -?1I,!. .i ' 2 -.1 . .fi Y -v,,.. ,. Sophomore Arts and Sciences SELVIN CURTIS Mzzslazzg Band. Ten STARR Mzukagmr Varsity Cross Countryg IndiaII Club. MOZELLE DOWNING Caddo Kappa Alpha Thetag Sooner Queen. ELMER SLOUGH .elrdmorr Kappa Sigmag Varsity Footbnllg Zeta Bigma. J. I. VAUGHAN Lflmnon, Tczzlzrsrm' JACK A. MANN Affurkoym- Sigma Alpha Epsilong Mystic Keysg Mathematics Clubg Athenaean. EDVVIN A. DAVVSON Mexico City, Mexim Phi Kappa Psig Las Dos Americasg Orchestrag Cosmopolitan Clubg Fiddlers Clubg Lieutenant R. O. T. C. MARY ELIZABETH BARNES Guthrie Phi Mug Kappa Phig Y. VV. C. A.g Secretary Logan County Club. MARJORIE BERRY Hollis Alpha Chi Omega. MAX B. ADAMS Iffyzzncfwood CLARA M. JOHNSTON Pond Creek Y. VV. C. A. VIRGINIA HODGDEN Enid Pi Beta Phig Y. VV. C. A.g Garfield County Club- DUDLEY BUNN Safvavuza Phi Tau Gammag Blue Pencilg Cl1bS Clubg VVhirlwind Staffg Forumg Scrib- blers Club. QUINN DICKASON Okcmah Pi Kappa Phig Treasurer Sophomore Classg Freshman Footballg Okfuskee County Clubg Y. M. C. A.g Congressg Republican Club. -1-I.-..L. -'- f "l ,- 137 ....,,,. , Q1 ...Z-.-f- g, M H E C L A S S E I M. A I AL ' 3 g,,I fi Iv il veg ,r-.A I 9 if -IA 525 Sophomore Arts and Sciences . 5: 5 ii gg. ESQ AGNES L. DUNLAP Gotebo 'bl Delta Gammag Y. VV. C. A.g Entre Nous. ip. xl!- LEAI-I MARIS Ponca City Kay County Clubg Las Dos Americas. 5 DENVER H. SMITH Tuttle Sigma Phi. J' A. MILAM WILSON Guthrie IVE! :Ll DOROTIIY SANBORN Ne-wleirlz ' Gamma Phi Betag Pan-Hellenic Coun- cilg DeBarr Club. ROBBIE LAWRENCE Duncan W. A. A. gil iii' J, M. HERMAXN MULLINS Hartshorne Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alphag Bandg Orchestrag Fiddlers Clubg Pittsburg ig, County Club. gg .KNICE I. BEASLEY Norman Phi Mug Pi Zeta Kappag Y. W. C. A. jj? Cabinetg Glee Clubg Philologian. 5 BELLE VVILKONSON Sapulpa Delta Delta Deltag Y. W. C. A.g Pan- 2? Hellenic Councilg DeBarr Club. 1. IENNIE B. JONES Lipton Meletaniang Y. VV. C. A-g Tillman County Clubg Kill Kare Club. 'M fi' JOHN COSTELLO Lindsay ll Sigma chi. H54 IOI-IN T. BRITTAIN Oklahoma City Phi Delta Thetag Congressg Y. M. C. A- l Cabinet. 11: MABEL R. BREYVEN Krebs l 1 Glee Clubg Zetalethean. ...ji . - ji 5 MARVIN CLOVER Tulsa Q1 Phi Kappa Psi. I 'I '5 ' "W'i1""""' ' .. ff, .I ,K ,I ,. ,wif 2 liflj-f -4 N I.: F?!f.'3'fQ:11-Q15 4-QM..-11.-any".-ffgjtjf '.'-i..!5 138 '22 nh 'sr 5,3 v 11 v v I T H E c-L A s s E s K " ' --.'-.1r.f"-Qyiirs-L -'v' ."+fLfI'.l":'I'.:5 W ffl 9 5? ., 1 . 1-I Ls, fa ll , '34 l Hg, l 324 ,I , " Q Sophomore Arts and Sclences 1 9 15 ,MILDRED FREEMAN Pauls Vallfy Delta Delta Deltag Mathematics Clubg Q? Y. VV. C. A. l ' FRED PASSMORE Norman V Blue Pencilg Forum. . 2 ly ' ARTHUR L. LYNN Mfdforrl Q 7 Lambda Nu. T5 l. 4 JOHN H. VVILCOX Bixby f Pi Kappa Alphag Battle Axeg Varsity 1 Footballg Indian Clubg Varsity XVrest- ling. J - sig lr ti MIGNON FAUGHT Fort Tofwmon Alpha Omicron Pig Y. VV. C. A. . i' 3 AUDRA HOLMES Boulder, Colorado lil' fin. l :Nil J Y p LUTHER Y. BOONE Mangum Z-fe JOHN PAYNTER Blackwell Acaciag Glee Clubg Kay County Club. X32 5 JAY G. WEBB Wakita ff? I Kappa Phig Pierian. if ETHEL M. WINN Norman 5,5 Kappa Phig Y. W. C. A. N gp l JOHN PAGE Defuol Business Opportunity Clubg President j Cotton County Clubg State-County P? Union. Af RosA MEANS Oilton ffl VV. A. A. IGS ir MAURINE JARRETTE Norman 5-Tl Phi Mug Women's Councilg Y. W. 5511 C. A.g Pittsburg County Club. JOYCE HOPPER Oklahoma City Alpha Omicron Pig Y. W. C. A. A 'i Ejl J V .0 y """"" . . ii ,. .,,, .r 'N' s""1"s' 5-in TT' R' gi., 5 1.3 ..4'f- i?f"f??f?E1?-134ifffff6Ef1QeiF5Efg' 912 it .FQ if 41 139 A.: --Q 'Q .. ., , HE CLAssEs'iEiEl" ri wi A , - .i--vrj -TI- Sophomore Arts and Sciences ESTHER DAHMS Verden Buchanan Clubg Y. VV. C. A. CHARLES THOMPSON Hastings Delta Pig Mystic Keysg Vigilance Committee, '22g Freshman Football, '22g Varsity Football, '23. SCEATHA FOSTER ' IVooa'fward Gamma Phi Betag Y. W. C. A.g Euro- delphian. RUTH A. BUSH A Greenfield Meletaniang VVomen's Councilg Ora- torical Councilg Y. W. C. A.g Blaine County Clubg Pi Zeta Kappa. HAYWARD WRIGHT El Rena Phi Gamma Deltag Mystic Keysg Junior Burlesque. J. W. DARROUGH Ifinita Sigma Nug Mystic Keysg Pi Mug Seab- bard and Blade. Oklahoma City DAxiN BOARDMAN Phi Kappa Psi. CELLUS L. KERLIN Homer, Louisiana Battle Axe. TPIELMA Rosa Norman Y. W. C. A. Oklahoma City FLoYD MCBRIDE Sigma Nug Varsity Basketball. HERBERT BONDURANT EI Reno Band. EVERETT D. DUNAGAN Red Rock HELENA STONE Oklahoma City Gamma Phi Betag Philologiang Y- W. C. A. RITA ROGERS W if-9071 Alpha Gamma Deltag Y. W. C. A.: Fiddlers Clubg Orchestra. 140 , L! M. ' u. -I Q. ,gg la... .il I-yi' ,cpl n.,' -o al "fl .X- 4 .J-. l 'if 4 1,1 lf. l r La'- G5 if .W '-X '-r r"-f .,. '.i V.. A T..-... U, I F 1.315-jf T wrt T H E C L ' ! J., . 4 if f Sophomore Arts and Sciences F5 A T I :-.-1 4 'R' . JOHN W. BLANTON Cordfll E 'L Forum. l l . A E. J. DOWNING Tulsa lf? Beta Theta Pi. 12+ I ' Y 'l ! -Q CLARENCE TYLER N01'l11a11 l 2 , TULLY VVATSON Bosfwfll Iv ri l . ltfvl GLENN G. MASON Hookwr .iglfl Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alphag Mys- tic Keysg Banclg Business Opportunity 'agp , Club. I JAMES D. THOMSON Oklahoma City 1 Pi Kappa Alphag Mystic Keys. 1'8- I .J H. Y, rl iii I VERLE NORTHCUTT Lexingfan Chi Omega: Y. YV. C. A.g W. A. Afg 'fy ll Mathematics Clubg Cleveland County 1-'ff ll Club. 'v . 'll ELIZABETH DERRICK Madill 25.12 Alpha Phi: Las Dos Americasg Pan- tf ' Hellenic Council. l ' ll CATHERINE E. HARRIS Guyman l DeBarr Clubg Meletaniang VV. A. A-5 fig! Y.W.C.A. F R' l ie A ' 3 MARGUERITE VANDY1-:E Norman irfil Kappa Phig Y. W. C. A.g Pierian. I H i - I l f' - 5 ROSCOE CATE Muskogee -:. P. -I ' 4 if Oklahoma Daily Stalfg Blue Pencil. I-if Sigma Delta Chig Bandg Cubs Clubg STELLA REINHARDT Duncan 1 Cubs Club. Q I 1 U ' ft MORRIS C. ROGERS Canton lip AUDREY D. WARD , p Marshall 5 Cubs Clubg Las Dos Americasg King- l 1 fisher County Clubg Varsity Wrestlingg l . . Y. M. C. A. , Q .Y I 2. ' ll 'i Q' , - L 141 I . , ""'gT'f " ' C' I A - . . ..-.- J. 1 L., 5914, ie..- V. .iff A 'gy T H E C L A s s E s I M Q ui. - e A I.....a3s--fm-mf--A--f-fqji iii 11,-, I I l l .E l 'il l AP 51.1 I . Ig-.-I Sophomore Arts and Sciences lil! il'-I CLAUD C. COUNTS Frederick ., President Tillman County Clubg Devil Dogsg State-County Union. 2-J DONALD S. COUCH Helena QUILLIAN B. DoRRIs Valdosta, Georgia University Clubg Y. W. C. A. fig M. RALPH BOHANNON Shawnee Milk Sigma Phig Websteriang Business Op- portunity Clubg Pottawatomie County li,Ql Clubg Devil Dogs. lt,-KN' ' TNT? ISHAM GOINS Lockney, Texas li-f Websteriang Y. M. C. A. 'NYJ MIKE MURPHY Foss 5,5 I Zeta Bigma- li' E '..-if R CIIESLEY A. MQRGAN Comanche Pi Mu, Devil Dogs. A GEORGE PERRY Benedict, Kansas 'l Lambda Nug Devil Dogsg Websterian. l .I l I-Eel josna AMREIN Norman MARY BOUTELLER Norman Y. VV. C. A.g Kappa Phi. ANDREW LONG flnadarleo Pi Kappa Phig Y. M. C. A.g Caddo County Club. WILLIAM H. CRAVEN Norman CHARLES M. FARBER Cordell Business Opportunity Clubg Freshman Football, '22. VVALKER GR1sso Seminole Blue Pencilg VVebsteI'ian. . 142 .. J' W' ' 'H' Y W ' , .. .4 N- ,HL .. '- .. I 1 Lf E-Era pjlif ,I T HE C L A s s E s V53 pat 4 f 'L--. f.-,..E.,at' LL-. -..- , .M . -. 1. fp '-be - . r. Sophomore Arts and Sciences JOHN CARROLL Jlluxkogcu Phi Delta Theta. VVALKER T. POUND Clrifkarha Kappa Alpha. POLLY MCMURR.-XX' Bixby JOHN VV. GARDNER, JR. Jllwza, .'Il'kllll5!lJ Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alphng Glee Clubg Banclg Razorback Cluhg Fiddlers Clubg VVebsterian. MIRI:XM ANTHONY 1Y0l'IllIll1 C. WALTER ROBERTSOX Brirlofw MACK HUTCPIENS Enid Phi Gamma Deltag Kappa Kappa Psig Cubs Club: Garfield County Clubg Congress: Bandg Glee Clubg "Stunt Night" Cast. HELEN MEISTER Oklahoma Cify Chi Omegag Delta Psi Kappag Treas- urer Y. VV. C. A.g Zetaletheang Mathe- matics Club. L1LL1E HOBBS Mcfllmfr GEORGE L. BEATTY Okcenf Pi Mug Blaine County Club. R1 C. MILLS Norwzarl President Pi Mu. HARRELL LEE Mffflffffl' Sigma Alpha Epsilong Forumg Business Opportunity Clubg Las Dos Americas. I. PAULINE HUEY N 0f1f1l111 JOSEPH F. ASHTON PufCf'U I.. ,fr-.L.. 1-W - V -- - 'f ' 143 HE I I is-QI. CLASSES9'-05" l L. . i'f"a2L'. Sophomore Arts and Sciences VVILLIAM HALIBURTON T hrifl, Texas Newman Clubg Tillman County Clubg Pi Mu. ICATHLEEN O'LEARY Y. VV. C. A. A marillo, Texas VV. JEANNE GREEN VV. A. A.g Y. VV. C. A.g DeBarr Club- Norman JESSIE BULLARD Norman Y. VV. C. A. .TOE CHATMAN Slzafwner ELIZABETH GAREE Noble Y. VV. C. A.g VVOmen's Councilg VV. A. A. KETURAH HARRIRGTON Norman Las Dos Americasg Entre Nous. JAMES S. ECHOLS Altus Pi Mug Y. M. C. A.g jackson County Club. CELESTA FROST Norman Chi Omegag Y. VV. C. A.g Blue Pencil. MARY BECKHAM Norman VVOmen's Councilg Triangle Club. PEARL VANPELT Dallas, Texas DeBarr Clubg VVOmen's Council. LAURENCE A. VVOOD Chiclzaslla Congress. VERNON S. SI-IAFER Gvfelw Kappa Thetag Business Opportunity Clubg Kiowa County Club. ROY V. BYNUM Ifldidflvlll Pi Kappa Phi. 144 .- 1. ,4.v 1 A 1 I ' l l 1 1 4 .J l f.-.. .. -. ,- ..a.,..,...a, ,.- .,,,, ... P.,,..a,,,.- -. l T H E c L A s s E s EQ 1 f'L,Tgl,ff1 lofi ,A r......,.,.,..... -..... . , N. - ,, .4 - ini..-.. -W WC ...As .J li? . mil lk? l . V 1. , ,lift Sophomore Arts and Sclences l GD lo F74 ffl ml CLIFFORD E. VVRIGI-IT Cofwrfzl fl! Phi Kappa Psig Bandg Congress. lVI:XRY L. CLYMER Oklahoma Cily -itll Alpha Phi: Y- VV. C. A.g VVomen's lid' Councilg Entre Nousg Zetalethean. Ei, . AUBREY C. MOSES Loxinglon Vlfebsteriang Cleveland County Club. l ., 125 H.xLLlE HALLOWAY Marlofw QQ Alpha Phl. ALINE M. HDEFELD Nofw Orleans, Louisiana lx Alpha Gamma Deltag Y. YV. C. A-5 I Q' Qi Entre Nousg Ducks Clubg Life Saver. 9-l l I3 1, MARY' E. RICE Purcoll Y. VV. C. A. will XV. MCKlxLEY HARRIS Oklahoma Cily l Delta Pig Social Problems Clubg Vigi- ly?,l lance Committee, '22, 5-4? 1 . J. FRED HATCHETT Norman Las Dos Americasg Business Oppor- lljq ll tunity Clubg Y. M. C. A., vvehsferlah. l ll g ll 1. MILDRED DONOVAN Oklahoma Cify PQ 'A Alpha omlcmh Pig Y. W. C. A. l ROBERT BRANDENBURG Norman :FQ Blue Pencil. l 1 DANA VVHITE Potoau Alpha Phig Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A.5 If-Ta Vice-President Le Flore County Club. l H. R. STEELY Canon City, Colorado l fl F Sigma Nu. lf, . VJ, l- A , i DALE ARBUCKLE Enid Phi Gamma Deltag Varsity Footballg 4.5 t Student Councilg President Garfield I County Clubg Battle Axeg State-.County f' Uniong Student Union. l l LELA VVOLEIN Amarillo, Texas Kappa Kappa Gammag Y. W. C. A- I Srl' lfpl .T A ', - Y.. via -A... ,-. . , j ..,f..Y. 14-5 . AL..--........:--.-i-..r......- ... ,ll 1 .' -' ' 't','f"', .,. ..-.Y........F.,....S,..-,J-Q :"' K e vf- -- -A ----.k-.--,.,-AE:-13-has-an, -.-..-,.- T I-I E c L A s s E S . 'fi ,. ,, . Le-.. V. Beta Theta Pig Mystic Keysg Ruf Neksg .j Inter-Fraternity Councilg Athenaean Josie HICKMAN Altus Sigma Nu. ,, LUTHER BOHANNON .Mzzsleogce ' ' Sigma Nu. ' ELEANOR RICHARDS Waynoka . Alpha Gamma Deltag Y. VV. C. A.g l Secretary VVo0ds County Clubg Entre Nous. FRANK JANKOSKY Tulsa Sigma Alpha Mug Menoi'ahg Tulsa County Club. v Phi Mug VVomen's Councilg Oratorical ELBERT L. RADCLIFFE Biwfl ' .- . LA- 146 Sophomore Arts and 'Sciences S. H. CROXDALE Southfwest Ciiy, MiJs0ur'i EVELYN HAsssBRocK Mggrgland Kappa Phig Fiddlers Clubg Y. VV. 1 C. A. FLOYD B. RUT1-IERFORD Ilmfygfm Acaciag VVebsteriang Varsity Cross lf Countryg Varsity Track. lil" VELMA LAIRD N01'7na7z Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A. 5 ' OVID MAYBERRY Claremore Ll Lambda Nug Devil Dogsg State-County Uniong President Rogers County Clubg Varsity Track. LESTER O. l'IASLEY Tipton Varsity Basketballg Varsity Baseballg Varsity Track. Bessie MOKEMAN Norman ,A Las Dos Americasg Meletanian. ERNEST LYKINS .lrdmore I LUCY BABCOCK A El RMU 4 ' ' Councilg Treasurer Las Dos Americas. 1 -3 ..,..f:-g.s--:aa-H -.---Y 3 ' I. 1:1 -f A s s E s emi? l v R-sg e I N T H E C L ' . 1- , . . F . ' Q3 i '1"m"""L"NJf' 'HM ,. .iq - -'-- ff-ff fi., EI? l ' . xl, err. izj . Sophomore Arts and Sciences My lk? fn? RALPH TPIORNBURG Hedrirle, Iowa Pi Kappa Phig Freshman Football. MARY S. SMITH Taira . Kappa Kappa Gammag Entre Nous. ,wif LUCILLE FARMER Mcfilexlw- Fiddlers Clubg Orcbestrag Y. XV. C. A. 13,5 5 1. L. Coox, JR. flloka f. Sigma Phig Cubs Clubg Oratorical Councilg Treasurer Forum. .5 l y I li LEO K. HUGHES C0611-0Hfl" liiylgi Sigma Phig Blue Pencilg Business Op- portunity Clubg Las Dos Americasg lg.. ll Pick and Hammer Clubg Y. M. C. A.g Vice-President Coal County Club. J . lfl Qi CAROL L. HONEA Ilan-all Hfi f Sigma Chig Varsity Basketball. 1 vii Q G.-xRv1N VV. SACKETT Oklahoma Cizy 4, Alpha Sigma Phig Kappa Kappa Phig 53.9, Band, '23, ,245 Orchestra, '23, '24-g W Cubs Club. ' BIRD BOLTON Fairfax Pi Kappa Alphag Blue Pencilg Cubs , Clubg State-County Uniong President lf. ' Osage County Club. in-. ar. if l MAXINE HEPLEY Hem-yatta 3 Kappa Phig DeBarr Clubg Cosmopolitan ,Zig 1 Clubg Latauqua Clubg Y. VV. C. A. .if-t JACK H. NEALE Shawnee "bill Alpha Tau Omegag President All- ff: Sophomore Classg Inter-Fraternity Coun- cilg Vice-,President Congressg Varsity Debateg Oklahoma Daily Staifg Blue Qi' Pencilg Cubs Club. . gl 7 Q .3 NELL HANNA Lone Wolf l Kappa Phi. PAUL C. GREEN Snyder iv Devil Dogsg Tillman County Club. fl . J.. FRANK W. ABBOTT Tulsa , Phi Gamma Deltag Mystic Keys. 1 LAWRENCE MUIR Enid ll Athenaean. ia." ' - L .,- M..- ,LL . Q f i I ,iw 513 -Q CP 147 HE c L A s SUE s W, A ' A-.- f-.r,g,::7'- Sophomore Arts and Sciences EUGENE M. BOYLAN Oklahoma City Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alphag Bandg Orchestrag Las Dos Americasg Business Opportunity Club. LLOYD SHUMATE Flelcher LUTHER B. SMITH Norman Phi Kappa Psig Band. R. E. WILDER, JR. Tulsa Sigma Nu. HOWARD ALEXANDER Bryant Pi Mu. MARY L. KRETZ Olemulgee Phi Mug Pieriang Newman Clubg Ora- torical Councilg Ducks Clubg Y. VV. C. A. BEATRICE YOUNG Norman Alpha Phi. LAKE VVOOD Mena, Arkansas Sigma Chig Razorback Club. BLOYCE H. BRITTON Mountain Park Kappa Epsilong Glee Clubj Bandg Athenaeang Pi Mu g Kiowa County Club. MARIE ROBERTS Tonka-wa Alpha Chi Omegag Kay County Clubg VVomen's Councilg Meletanian. MARTHA FLORENCE RUNDLE Apache BERT TUA M cfllester State-County Uniong Oratorical Coun- cilg Congressg President Pittsburg County Club. EDNA MCCRADY Norman Phi Omega Pig Y. VV. C. A.g Presi- dent Cleveland County Clubg State- County Union. JAMES A. JONES, JR. Hobart Alpha Tau Omegag President Kiowa County Clubg Varsity Baseballg Pick and Hammer Clubg State-County Union. 148 bl Y l v p i .lf ..:1-fyri.Flfiird-2--"' rl T H E C L A s s E s -- l ,A B H , ggfkt """'1'. .,....-I- , , - .,- , A L.. .-of I 2. s ,ji of ew , if A Sophomore Arts and Sciences . l 153 ,al D. B. MORGAN Tulsa fl? Phi Gamma Deltag Battle Axeg Fresh- 'Qf man Football, '22. Ions VVHITFIELD Sapulpa .-gf Pi Kappa Phi. fx LOYAL WoonALL Helena fi L MAURINE VVELCH Ft. Smifh, flrkarzsas Q Razorback Club. Lil VIRGINIA 'WRIGHT Madill 'Qi Alpha Phig Y. VV. C. A.g Las Dos if Qi Americas. JENNIE MAE CARPENTER Oklahoma Ciiy at l Alpha Gamma Deltag Y. VV. C. A.g at W. A. A. 1 , my l Q Y 1 lg? Q A. E. WHITE Poteau EQ l Y. M. C. A.g I.eFlore County Club. Li p SARAH H. NALY Cle-veland aff if Y. W. C. A, W. A. A. PAUL TALLEY Marlow 9 5 il VVebsterian. F MAURICE CLARK Enid if Pi Kappa Alphag Mystic Keys. will fr EVERETT E. CLARK Cherokee 'l , Sigma Nug Mystic Keysg Pi Mu. 1 ELIZABETH KRAMER Tulsa I Delta Delta Deltag Philologiang Y. W. C. A.g Sociology Club. fl BESS HALL Norman Pl Kappa Kappa Gamma. -f ROBERT CONINE Ardmore r Phi Tau Gammag Blue Pencilg Pro- ductions Clubg Entre Nousg Las Dos Americasg Cosmopolitan Clubg Pi Mug SOONER AStaf'fg Whirlwind Stalfg Cubs Clubg Scribblers Clubg Poetry Club. 149 Lf-- R. THE l 1 I l f A 9 S S E S li ,rPfi" 1' C L A lf' 'E' 1' 4 K., ,- W we Sophomore Arts and Sciences LESLIE G. VAUGHAN Sigma Phi. DONALD G. VV ILSON S haf-wnee Lafwton Delta Tau Deltag Alpha Sigma Deltag Mystic Keysg Athenaeang Pick and Hammer Clubg McCu1'tain County Club. ROBERT W. INGRAM N efwlairk Lambda Nug Blue Pencilg Cubs Clubg Websterian. HENRIETTA VON TU NGELN Norman Kappa Phig Blue Pencilg Y. VV. C. A. ELIZABETH REED Norman Kappa Phig Delta Psi Kappag Ducks Clubg VV. A. A.g Y. YV. C. A.g Life Saver. LUCY L. PLUMMER Delta Gammag C. A.g Pierian. HAZEL C. DAHL CHESTER R. CoLE Broken Alrrofw Blue Pencilg Y. VV- Hobart Ardmore Sigma Alpha Epsilong Y. M. C. A- Cabinetg Forumg Glee Club. Io W. WHITTEN Oklahoma City Alpha Delta Sigmag VVhirlwind Staffg Cubs Club. ELIZABETH HILL Vinila Pi Beta Phi. CRYSTAL GIBSON Wagoner Pi Beta Phi. D. L. MooRE Bartlesfville Alpha Tau Omega. MARY SLAUGHTER Norman Alpha Phig Y. W. C. A.g Buchanan Club. VIVAL H. BARBER Norman Cleveland County Club. -l.Tr:.VTr4'1' .Q .5 150 'ff' i F L . A 2 , , S. -.. .- . -.- .i..c3.,:a-as 1 r . . - .-,Q Q ..-.-- 1 . .. ,.. rn:.-v-.+-x--- -A E- 'i T H E c L A s s E s 5. E lf., F' 'l g.. he rw l L. .I -. nv' .L' :V fr. Il FIV' gi, 1" 'Hi' V P1 ..l vl F 'F fl it-i tm ' . li ' I . B' '. I4 ru EJ l if 5? l fr-Q l'.l J .9 ff fy h. fl big l AY? fl -ti Sf: iii. E-ri yi Sf ffl EFF sc, V. -if :tg Q. 32.3 V3 K 1-5 :fi E. 'IQ EPB . if M 1.12 i- 'f. N 'N l Q2 'H . Y, J E: "U l L77 . .i Y 1 1 hui -I ii 'l l ir ll Q f . 'E' Ev . ,. ,..-,,, i .E E.. . 'E ,"'.J. '- Sophomore Arts and Sciences HAZEL B. JAMES JVOI'lIIflII Alpha Xi Deltag Kappa Phig Y. XV- C. A.g Eumdelpliizm. LAWRENCE FERGUSON Jllazzlzlzlill Park Kappa Kappa Psig Band: Glee Clulw. AGNES E. Flucx Hpachf IQENNETH J. XVILKINSON Muxkogce Sigma Nu. HELEN MCCEXLLA Cubs Clubq Y. XV. C. A. Olflaho ma Cily CURTIS HUF? Dvfvo Cubs Club. ALICE BELKNAP JVOFHIIZII Alpha Chi Omegag Oikonomiag Kappa Phig Pan-Hellenic Council. LYNNE R. MAPES Norman Vigilance Committeeg Freshman Foot: ball, '22g Freshman Basketball, '22. JOE B. THOMPSON Ardmore Kappa Sigmag Mystic Keysg Oratorical Councilg Athenaeang Zeta Bigma. RALPH W. VVETTENCEL ' Fletchfr Delta Tau Delta. VANCIL JOYCE Oklahoma Cily Alpha Sigma Phig Forum. JAMES W. BOONE Caddo Alpha Sigma Phig Mystic Keysg Y. M. C. -A. H,ELEN RADFORD Oklahoma City Y. W. C. A. MRS- DORRIS DECAMP Phi Mu. Blackwell l ll .Qi la .C ,E L ...... g xf"' "'u"'F-' W. J. ,I .- .-, vs, , .As wllsixxwral' .J-15,wgs'.',.',x-.-Qi, ,N U' , . A 21- Qi, Lk-' "' JHJF V-J - ' ' - ' I 21 . L -s':sLv.n' '-.,n ,.f- - -1- - "' 'f 'J " 'T' ' ' ' ' C Z -, ,vim - , Y,Lg.gE.,.,....?A- ,JL , 7 E. .1 .... .101-, - -- E E . Y - - L 151 . 1"'- ,, . T H E c L A s s E s !Tf'iagi1i?.i,- r -. , W, ' , -af..1, f' Sophomore Arts and Sciences Emri-1 GILLESPIE Blackwell Alpha Gamma Deltag Delta Psi Kappag Y. VV. C. A.g VV. A. A.g Las Dos Amer- icas. MARGARET BERRY Olzmulgee Kappa Kappa Gammag Y. VV. C. A. CLIFFORD MAXWELL Spiro ' Acacia 3 Mystic Keys. IRVIN GIEZENTANNER Drumright Creek County Clubg Business Oppor- tunity Club. ROBERT BARNES Marlow Kappa Alphag Mystic Keys. HELEN BUELLESFELD Blackwell Alpha Gamma Deltag Y. VV. C. A.g Entre Nous. DAVID A. LINES New Or-leant, Louisiana Alpha Tau Omega. ALBERTA DALE Helena, flrleamas SOONER Staffg Razorback Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g R. O. T. C. Sponsor. MAHLON L. BANKS Okmulgee Kappa Epsilong Business Opportunity Clubg Okmulgee County Club. REX VVHISTLER Norman Indian Club. RAY LINDSEY Pauls Valley Kappa Sigmag Kappa Kappa Psig Zeta Bigrnag Freshman Track, '23g Varsity Trackg Bandg Glee Club. AUDREY VVALLS Drumright Chi Omegag SOONER Staffg Cubs Clubg Creek County Clubg Y. W. C. A. PARIS D. VIZARD Oklahoma City Phi Gamma Delta. HUGH EDMONDSON Maywille, Arkansas Sigma Alpha Epsilong Pi Mu. 152 i . Fil P .It lil: f A W, .- l .Q l if l ff . iff i iv! l PM lj LQ- l .X I-11 F P if lv' -7 I 'Er z F5 l 'FL I ff' --C l ri? 'a 922 Vkrf JP? .ag if Y ,P I-Fi 'fi all lgz. H E la. 22. fi . -E. he ,ia- in .53 l KF? Vfgl r 'QI i 4 'lg' lfvl I- 'Zig Il. I E pi ea lil Eg EA .Sh- i fs 's 'J 'E l l 3' I: l T--1 F 1 K. l ...E Q l. le ' l Q iff is if I l i , J, .au i E I ' : 7 CLASSESi 'di'f.7-.-C-LI?-f"e3:-f-"E T H E -- ,. .. .--.s.E.--a..l Sophomore Arts and Sciences FRANCES V. HARRIS Oklahoma Cify Alpha Chi Omega. LOUIS C. MORRISON Tfmplo Delta Pig Pick and Hammer Cluhg Entre Nous 3 Cotton County Club g Pistol Team, '23g Glee Club. ANABEL SMITH Gufln-if Kappa Alpha Thetag Oikonomiag Y. VV. C. A.g Orchestra. C. C. ROGERS Wilson Alpha Sigma Phig Forum. CHARLES FORD Enid Beta Theta Pig Mystic Keys. REBECCA FLIPPIN Claromoro Pi Beta Phig Indian Clubg Y. VV. C. A. HOWARD V. BILLINGS Oklahoma Ciiy Delta Tau Deltag Battle Axeg Athen- aeang Pick and Hammer Clubg Okla- homa County Club. MALCOM E. PHELPS El Reno Delta Tau Deltag Kappa Kappa Psig Bandg Canadian County Club. THELEA HALL Heafvfnm' Alpha Xi Deltag Blue Pencilg VV.A-A.g Cubs Club: Meletaniang Las Dos Americasg Y. VV. C. A.g LeFlore County Club. ' I. LYNN OVERLEES Bartlesfuille Kappa Sigmag Bandg Glee Clubg Jazz Hounds. JOE H. PRICE Muskogee Acacia. KATHRYNE NIXON Sparks Delta Gamma. MARIE CROSBY Tulsa Delta Delta Deltag Cubs Clubg Y. VV. C. A. DOROTHY BAUGH Oklahoma City Kappa Alpha Thetag Y. VV. C. A. 153 5' HE CL ETH 154 ,,-4. . Y, A s s E S 'TQ like l N I Sophomore Arts and Sciences HELEN COSTLEY Dallas, Texas Alpha Gamma Delta, WV. A. A., Social Problems Club. lvl.-XRVIN E. TOBIAS Lghigh Phi Beta Delta, Y. M. C. A.g Men- orahg Coal County Club. VVANDA GRIMMETT Paulx Vallev Gamma Phi Betag Eurodelphiang Gar- vin County Club, Y. VV. C. A. LOUISE BEARD Bison Chi Omega, Phi Mu Gamma, Blue Curtain Club, Philologiang VV. A. A., Y. VV. C. A., Garfield County Club, VVhirlwind Staifg Cubs Club, Secre- tary All-Sophomore Class, Ducks Club. JOHN MOORE Pocassf! Delta Pig Grady County Clubg Fresh-. man Basketball, '21, Varsity Basket- ball, '23. EARL G. ANTI-Hs Muskogee Delta Upsilon. VVAYMAN J. THOMPSON Noiwata Beta Theta Pig Battle Axe, Pi Mug Congressg Freshman Football, 'ZZQ President Freshman Class, l22. JOHN O. BRITTAIN Oklahoma Cify Alpha Tau Omega, Y. M. C. A. Cabi- Het. BERNICE PATTERSON Pauls Valley Pi Beta Phi. LUCY C. HART Muskogee Alpha Phi, Muskogee County Clubg Y. W. C. A. EL L. MCALPINE Haileyfuillc Chi Omegag Philologiang Oratorical Councilg Junior Cabinet Y. VV- C. A., '23, '24-g Sophomore Queen. R. G. LAWTON Norman Phi Gamma Deltag Battle Axe. FAYE BARNHILL Oklahoma City Delta Gamma, Y. VV. C. A-3 Pan- Hellenic Council. VVALTER T. FOVVLER Quinton Pi Kappa Phi, Pi Mug Band. Aa..-A ..,.L- ...Le a.-V -Y ,I ,- I H . gsgyrz-::"'2,'es:"r:1'v 'r H E C L A s s E S 5, A- f ag na' K .l - fs 9. i S , , l l l l L I E l 1 I, l l l 1 fl " rv , igj 'Q, 'ATCA AT' Y-...1 I.-- . .,. ,,L.,L,, I:.,.,? if si 1 r xi' , iw Sophomore Arts and Sczences 'EQ l lfii, Q53 JOHN CAMERON Soulh Pillxburg, Twzm-.m'r Alpha Tau Omegng Congress. , . R35 l'IELEN GUTHREY llfymmwamf Blue Pencilg Y- XV. C. A.3 Garvin EQ? l County Club. V? affgl ' M.xRY FAY ENSEY Normal: Phi Omega Pi. ff, ng-iff RALPH F. ELLINCER Nablw Phi Delta Theta: Battle Axeg Congressg Elm 2 Phi Alpha Tau. I Q QE 5 I-if 1. HUBERT SMITH lil Rena 'Vg fax J. EDWIN GARRETT ' FI. SIIITIII, HJ!'L'llllJll.5 gi Pi Kappa Alphag Phi Alpha Taug if Battle Axeg Freshman Yell Leader, '22g 'ff f Freshman Footballg Varsity Pep Man- piii ager, '23g Junior Burlesque, '23g Presi- ,ilf dent LeFlore County Clubg Razorback ,iff Clubg State-County Union. ii? 7153 ., 2 ROBERT 'YODER Tulm lfffi Beta Theta Pig Battle Axeg Congressg Student Council. R- K. LANYON Oklahoma City 21' i, lf? l. f ' iff ,V PEARL C. BLAKELY Norman 'Exif fi DeBarr Clubg Y. VV. C. A. RALPH Hoon Norman Kappa Sigmag Athenaean. gs- LANDLES SHANNON Duran! 'ffg Sigma Chig Glee Club. ' PAULINE BUTLER Byars ., Q Kappa Phig Y. WV. C. A. NIARGARET KELLY Pal-wnre '1 Delta Delta Deltag Y. VV. C. A. ELERY B. PooL ' Wynrzefwaod Bandg Glee Club. , " .14 , lui l U' V 1--, ,, .-.. - H- :H .,, . ..'L.e.fL.. .L .-1 f ' if le -'1+:4-w- 5-rafcnuf,-1 AL- ..- if - 1- :L L '155 7-1-F, T H E 7+ c L A s s E s A f f Y .A .... .,... .. .. . Arai? Sophomore Arts and Sciences ARNOLD A. ALBRIGHT Perkins Pi Mug Der Goethe Vereing Y. M- C. A. HERSCHEL B. MCNEES CHARLES BARWICK MABEL MCVEY Mathematics Club g FRANK R. KlTT'REDGE W' al fers Guthrie Verden Y. VV. C. A. Shafwrzre Pick and Hammer Clubg Pottawatomie County Club. FLORA DUNLAP N cfwkirk Gamma Phi Betag Y. W. C. A.g Kay County Clubg Sociology Clubg Bu- chanan Club. LILLIAN WALTER l Tonkafwa Gamma Phi Betag Y. VV. C. A.g Secretary Kay County Clubg Las Dos Americas. JOHN F. AMOS Oklahoma City Delta Tau Deltag Athenaeang Pick and Hammer Club. JOAN AMENT Tulsa Delta Delta Deltag May Queeng Blue Pencilg Philologiang Y. VV. C. A. MARY L. FEES Pieriang Latauqua Club. W. U. CROWDER Phi Kappa Psi. ROY J. HOFFMRXN Phi Delta Thetag FLORENCE IJ.-ACE ISABELLE CLARK Norman Hugo Oklahoma City Jazz Hounds. Defvol Norman Phi Omega Pig Philologiang Las Dos Americasg Y. YN. C. A. 156 .. T YRVATAYBZMQH H E C L A S S E S "ff--i'.a-fwizfzfafmw 4'.,.. . .-a--. E..,:..-..,5.r,-aa-., I fl .C "'f Y ' -!..l4Q..?i'T 1.4 :TL . ,IIE-ff.3"""b, , vw? ,, gb 'I N I il .JE X XX nf, Sophomore Arts and Sciences l .' I Ii X U Xl, 1 15, I' A l 'rf P I I 'gg b' ROBERT FLYNT Nocona, Taxa: Phi Kappa Psi. I CECILE JONES 1q7'd1II0!'I" SX PI Kappa Alpha Theta. FQ If ,l I RAYMOND -T. BELL Bridgvporl If,- . '1' P ,. Kappa Thetag Congress. X523 j I NAT A. SL.-XYTER Nfzzxkogzff l Delta Pig Sigma Nu Phi. 1.52, l I f ig X 'W'-35: I" RICHARD Y. ROGERS Jvlcfllcstfr IX!" if ' Sigma Phig Business Opportunity Clubg Il :N 'wa' Y. M. C. A. X ,1, in X EDVVARD E. BATTLES Parum ' ' Bandg Zeta Bigma. .5 . F32 5 ll ROY GUFFEY ShllfLU71l'C' 1 Kappa Sigmag Battle Axe, Freshman Football, 'ZZQ Varsity Football, '23, Zeta 4' 'I J Bigma. ll pf XI xa l y -TOE MAYES Pryor ' 35" Kappa Sigmag Freshman Football, '22g H111 Varsitv Football, '23. ' iq . Xxx? . ag 41, JAMES C. SMITH Oklahoma Ciiy Vg' Phi Kappa Psi. I 1, ,Q I NELLIE TEMPLE Watonga L31 is ' Meletanian, Y. VV. C. A., Blaine County' Club. lb' ' 'lf . if K DOROTHY BURWELL Oklahoma City XS! XX, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Y. W. C. A., I lf Secretary-Treasurer Oklahoma County VY' bf X Club. ' 1 -l V ADELAIDE MEY'ERS Pleasanton, Kansas -X Alpha Phi, Y. W. C. A., W. A. A., l hcl Q 'Zetaletheang Las Dos Americas. .5 e ,QQ A FREDA DAVIS Tulxa 1' L+ l Kappa Kappa Gammag Y. W. C. A., In 'l Zetalethean- X 4 ELIZABETH DOGGE'I'T M cA!e.ster ' X Kappa Kappa Gamma. l ian ,X L- - . L L, L.. - - , -L L. ...........,..f.g .iQ- IFE? Er' 6 0 U Q4 Ii. Q,'g.1f.:5r:f13f fl '5: L21z41E:-':- 'IL 157 s , 4. ff .. 3 f. w f .- 1 Q u if u J 1 A If 1 A ff' . v THE CLASSEm mf 1 Sophomore Arts and Sciences HELEN SPRINGER Normmz Orchestrag Fiddlers Clubg Sociology Clubg Meletaniang VV. A. A.g Y. VV. C. A.g Band Sponsor, lZ2g Sponsor Kappa Kappa Psi. ALBERT NEWMAN Cleveland' EMMETT THOMPSON EI Rem Kappa Thetag Athenaeang Varsity Debate. LOURALENE SHELTON Nm-mmf Pi Zeta Kappag Y. VV. C. A. LUCILE M. SHAUL Narniazz Blue Blue Violetg Y. VV. C. A.g VV.A.A. OLEEN MORRIS Oklahoma Cily LEO CONRAD Sfiglffr Forumg Business Opportunity Club. BERNARD HAMMER Fl. Smrztlf, rlrkazzsas- Forumg Razorback Club. EDNA DAv1s Nornzafr ARTHUR E. ROs1:xT11:.L Ihzncouwr, Warhington 158 Y l' Tm Q E l JU J' lb lb 9 1 F' lb! lb' s-'K U' I his .P-l Q l .ki i 45 .il 'E 'ev 4, is SQ lu l llzfl l I' is wi 24. 32- ll rw .69 5. RC l by ' .fl EEN av! if lf ,gy Y J lit., filly lvl ,LQ Jffl ,, 'I' H E C L Sophomore Arts and Sciences RUHLAND V. ANDERSON Faim-if L Congressg Varsity Vllrestliug. VANITA LEE Lfmulozz Y. W. C. A.g Comanche County Club. KENNETH J. BLAKELY Oklllllfgflf Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alphag Mystic Keysg Glee Clubg Band. HAROLD VANDERPOOL Narnmn Kappa Kappa Psig Lambda Nug Pick and Hammer Clubg Banclg Y. M. C. A.g Golf Clubg Cleveland County Club. BETTY KIRK ' Norman Kappa Alpha Thetag Theta Sigma Phig Blue Pencilg Pan-Hellenic Councilg Women's Councilg junior Cabinet Y. XV. C. A.g VVhirlwind Staffg Cubs Club. MILDRED MEHEW Enid Chi Omegag Y. VV. C. A. H. W. MCALISTER Marlo-w Phi Gamma Delta. OPAL MAYF1ELD Carrey, Kansas Gamma Phi Betag Y. W. C. A. D. L. RoB1Ns0N Sapulpa Phi Delta Thetag Band. lg, a.-..........a......a......,..,.. Q - . . -. , f . . fc'-f,g.1.f'::2 '1-"Z 1 L. -N W- -A-, lf-. -. v '- 'l"'4'fa'-zfit "' 4 4' ' fe " - ' lk!! '5 "xl M l E ,, rf... Ar' Nea, 4 1. -E 4, Ji... 1.1 , .-.. 1 ' ,f..,.e.-Lf.:nf--..z- .E - -kim-f V- ....,..TQ.-f-.--E-.f,-Q: .-a..i..........,,..,.-,g-A 159 , 5-..... -.L f -,- -wwf' Hu 4 Q E- 1 - H 'R -E 1? . N... .,.,--, ..,,.....m.. gif- N-Q. T H E C L A s s E s gp 'rffsff-.rfffffif-ber--f-'ri,i .. . O 5. t ,...,-.,.,,.L... , Sophomore Business THEIL CONNOR Vinila Ducks Clubg VVomen's Councilg Y. W. C. A.g Newman Clubg Indian Club. ALMER BARNES Lexington Band, '22, '23. CHARLEY VVILLSEY McCurtain HAROLD V. TURNER Indianola Varsity Track- ELMER L. GANN Talilzina Business Opportunity Clubg LeFlore County Club. LLOYD T. MOODY Slzafwnefz Sigma Phig Treasurer Sophomore Classg Y. M. C. A.g Business Opportunity Club. DON F. VVRIGHT Miami Beta Theta Pig Band. HEXRVEY' COBB Mcdlester Sigma Chi. LLOYD B. FLEMING Huyo Sigma Chig Varsity Football. OT1-10 L. JONES Sentinel VVebsteriang Oratorical Councilg Kiowa County Clubg Las Dos Americasg Busis ness Opportunity Club. HUGHEY E. DUNLAP Bixby Devil Dogs. CLARENCE M. COLE - Wlzshirzgion SAM N. HADDAD Begg: Athenaeang Business Opportunity Club- V. M. FREY Hartshorne 3 Glee Club: VVebsteriang Business Op- portunity Club. w l f r I I ,. , V 1 -LJ., 160 3 1 l 1 1 l ,Q l .J 1 kgl N f. sf, 131 34 Sill W 4 l Qqf 'Pl' , . ffm! SEM 154 1 .lu 2 L fi! V77 le l ,-5?-Il xr. ' lf".41 l iv W . L, la. Win -S, L! -:ony a,i l 1? lx Ll-. lf. f ig' K' d tl .. D i til 'l L .gm 5 Pi 2 I . J 2 I L 'all - 1 l ,SH Wir il lj!! r'f -kl- liaii 11 fl Q:-J li L." li L Q 4 Sw 1 L . .v . ., N xr 1 vw " ll srl Q14 U Hit Ll :ffl . A 1 - 3 i l iq,-rl FU J A' uv 3 L ... li ll l I 'r fr ir? w 55 1-ir' 1.1" gk. f rd. S S '-"S S '-ITSSSS-""""'S.S,SSS.S.SSZS LS S SS S S. A S S S S Uv A-A-Sf--if . .. 45 Wvgw yy ,LM M- -A ,I S V 1 SS Q- --S .-SS S- ..I,i.I Sn- ml l . I SS '-gl' P I Si? ' S RQ. S' , Si iff I I Sophomore Busmess "Vi S Q 5 S S .ff L, . I Q4 I S' iii' if l ' fri 3 CLAUDE S. TIIOMPSON Mcfilexlm' S l 3 Alpha Ta-u Omega g Band 5 Las Dos 1331! l l Americasg Business Opportunity Clubg Siiyj . Pittsburg County Club. '3 n - W. A. BOLDING Rofky X 9' viii! .S S I S? Sv . S fl PAUL PETERSON Ilaskell 1 A N Beta Theta Pig Battle Axeg Jazz 3 SQ I ' Hounds. 'S ,Qi S SS pw' P , BEN F. BURNS Bcggx gi 9 'l fa . ggi Eg? 4' S . ,9 I TOM KENNEDY Hobart 'F l Alpha Tau Omegag Freshman Football, W ., '22g Varsity Football, '23g Mystic 1 S S Keys. I 3? S l S 3 SSA LOVE R. BOWER Nfzzskogfe ,J by Phi Delta Theta. .F lr S SYS iii W5 - Sc S l lx ui ' Ss- . 19 A '1 W I S GEORGE MCKINNEH' Ndrman S' wi , Pi Kappa Alpha. iq ,gf 3 ELIZABETH PRESSON Siroud V33 lv Y. VV. C. A.g Business Opportunity lj 'S i Clubg Lincoln County Club.. 'LQ i 1 i D i A l Y' 'S . Kq 9 GRANVILLE NORRIS LaVzrnc N S Pi Kappa Phig Mystic Keysg Business 'Bam pls! Opportunity Clubg Y. M. C. A. 5: ' OTHO W. SHUMATE Oklahoma City f Phi Delta Theta. Q-S Sb T , ' S ' 327 S. l HURSI-IEL UNDERHILL Cherokee 3 N ibii Websteriang Glee Clubg Business Op- 6 , portunity Clubg Y. M. C. A. giifzlx L. 2 FORREST R. MEANS Chickaxha i ll qu Pi Kappa Alpha. M51 gl v 49? 49 155' Hag l Iii 'S I Sql S I5 S n , Y . frrimrfiff fi if 'Fi riii Qt'g'r"r ' ' ' SNIA'-Mr-' -f"f-rfG'- -Y-H ----1-'S -4 'iff L92-'IS iiriz- ff? M E.F?'f1-ifS.2,, J 161 - ' ,eil 51 .V mf 'ga 1 TS l L di Ei 1 1 . 'N El . iQ. ,x' 1 4' ,l' xi' ,pe w if .Jw 43, gh Lil M nl' is .1 -T Q Q25 Q1 s ll P if an .iii 1- r iff JF 1 :531 F. s v wg, yr 's 3.1 'P-Qu, ...L I .lx Q .se ai.. A. 54? W1 . -.. - 1 fl 1.4 V.. .r', l v f 'r .1 - L.-. ,. E., L! g 7' fy -.5 tj 1 X' Q: 02 ir V ,' .v-ev V . 1- .-,-.....s- W-.Y .1-47 , . ,I . . . , LY. 4-7-f,,...l:..:.zf-......q, ,. ,,.,1., Sophomore Business MIRIAM KERNODLE Nm-man Scholia. MARY CURTIS Gage Y. W. C. A. ETHEL MOORE Norman W. A. A. NORVIL L. GEORGE M afzclzcsfrr Lambda Nug Y. M. C. A. Cabinetg Devil Dogs g Vice-President Grant County Clubg Websteriaxx. BENNIE A. MCELYEA Eriflz Pi Kappa Phig Sigma Delta Psig Mystic Keysg Freshman Track, '23g Varsity Cross Countryg Beckham County Cluhg 'Varsity Wrestlingg Y. M. C. A-g Varsity Track. Sophomore Engineers ROBERT CRowDUs Oklahoma City SANFORD BABCOCK EZ Reno Kappa Thetag Athenaeang Engineers Club. CARLTON E. STENTZ Oklahoma City Alpha Sigma Phig Engineers Clubg "X"g Chemical Engineers Club. A. L. STEWART Mcfillester Sigma Alpha Epsilong Engineers Club. FLOYD LACEY Anadarako Sigma Alpha Epsilong Battle Axeg Engineers Clubg Mathematics Clubg Business Opportunity Club. ef ,... ...M .- l' T H 1: C I. A s s E s ,sfffip,1f.s-in3fg35:,:gf5Q.xE 4 'I "! . ll' wg '-.PJ rid l fi- . fi 1 L' Si? .,. l. 1:1 J '4 a 55 fi' i 914' .V li 'Q fl-II . 'ga . jig tyl l st. l, .511 1 I 53-3 is 3' Jr A iii Rl e ld .ffl 'M Q-w 'ip-4 .Jig if i .Q K3 l 1 ,ill ri? .-4 ix ay, l-J v , J ak? 1 lil? N. .I- ' ',,-...-.T 1 ' Q.-'Q '- "' L ' ' '."":,-wit.. 162 - til ..-1 191- - . ?....-.....i. WE. . .A u i .. ,L . ,. ...L .,., -MWA A X X i ' A!m T Il ic C I. A s s E s l '1i?f1i?W:ffi2S?f1f?Z'f2+ff"fFfEj Mb' '-,,,-. ig ' , Y 1 ' .T -if ii - W1 ' A 4 . X . X X 9 l AIN, , H i ' X an . r tsl l 24 5, Sophomore Engineers l '. Sf L Q4 W, r f. . 5 X CLARENCE E. STINSON Norman l l American Legiong Engineers Club. 0 ii Louis E. SHEARER Okmulgce , ,A A. s. M. E. v' 9' P, FLOYD O. BOND Norman X Engineers Clubg A. I. E. E. P, JAMES E. VVEST Perico, Taxa! v , fi? P 9 5 FRANK C. MORRIS Manchrstrr X S Lambda Nug Y. M. C. A.g Engineers ja' 14 Club. l ii , , , r ' GEORGE S. SPIVEY Hominy :Sq I' -N' .. A fif X M. L. MILES Perkins X A 1 Sigma Alpha Epsilong Mathematics 'Q pc Clubg Engineers Club. 5 N HAROLD DECKER Guthrie ggi 9' Elf! . 4 .xi ei iii 9' FAY GUTHRIE Laclmey, Texas .- v Pi Kappa Phi. 5 X ORLAN HARDER Bixby 5251 3X Engineers Clubg Devil Dogs. :C Z2 sg 'Q' HOWARD B. BRUCE Sayre B , Devil Dogsg Beckham County Clubg Eg , Engineers Clubg A. S. C. E. ,il S. LECH VALENTINE Shanghai, China ple Stadia Clubg Engineers Club. Xgefl WW . fd' " . 4 DON EVANS Enzd X im bi Sigma Chig'Glee Clubg Engineers Club. X Q? ' J lb, MERVIN M. SHA1-'ER Gotaha ss Kappa Thetag A. 1. E. E.. Y. M. c. .P Q A.g Engineers Clubg Vice President md Sophomore Engineers. ' 4 ' 9 E 8, . 54 .5 A 9 4 . ',, ia - - 5 if - -. .-. A H -. . ,.,.,,:, . ---Aga 4 'rf 'E-."raR22s'.a2.vafsf2,eEg. I9 2 4 X3 0 Q N E .1 ' 163 l '?f"'ff- ' CLASSES' M 1 7- THE 1. E ., Y - Sophomore Engineers VICTOR J. VACIN Enid Delta Pig Mystic Keysg Glee Clubg Varsity Track. SAM D. RICHARDSON JOHN E. OWEN L. L. AURELL Wynnewood Blair Norman Comanche County Clubg Engineers Club. HARRY C. BROWN Hnadarko Newman Club: Varsity VVrestlingg Caddo County Club. EARL E. EMRICK Engineers Club. EDWARD I. ROYCE Engineers Club. ARLIE HECKART Square and Compass. DANIEL F. WILSON Prague Skiatook Ramona Hinton Stadia Clubg Engineers Clubg Caddo County Clubg Y. M. C. A. F. H. WOLFE Dafvidson A. S. M. E.g Devil Dogs- F. E. PYEATT, JR. Sigma Nu. HAROLD VV. SULLIVAN Acacia. JACK VV. DUNN Sigma Phig Phi Delta Clubg Engineers Club. J. HOWARD DELANE Engineers Club. 164 T ulsa W'ichiZa, Kansas Graham, Texas Chi g Longhorn Brislofw 4 . l L r v ve v qv,-v . T H 12 c L A s s E -:g,q3.f2sfi1.- f f I V -QQ-? ,1-f----f- :L - -1- -. "" l P' ":"' T Y' ' Y' "avi 'W' .ip A U 1 1' D l Q' 'l ll V. sl Q. . N 22 J. E.-L 23 Q2 gi. il - 1 5. s hi .f"1 S . iii as ti 2 bra or E P. Q P. ,. of 1 1.4 tt 1 94 l ti ss 2 4 P? fx . ,' l fi Ee- It Sophomore Engineers LEVVELLEN LLAVITT Purcell Phi Kappa Psig Engineers Club. , XVXLLIAM DINWIDDIE Oklahoma City A. S. M. E.g Engineers Club. DANA G. HEFLEY Hem-yczla Lambda Nug Alpha Chi Sigmag Y. M. C. A. VVILLIAM D. HALL Norman l Sigma Alpha Epsilong Mystic Keysg Engineers Club. S. L. MCCLELLAN Duncan President Stephens County Clubg State- County Union. ' FLOYD VVILLIAMS Edmond A. I. E. E.g Band. Moses M. KORNFELD Tulsa Phi Beta Delta: Engineering Geology Clubg Pick and Hammer Clubg Men-. orahg Devil Dogsg Varsity Tennisg A Cubs Club. l W. L. CONNER Harralz IVAN E. LEE Randle!! Sigma Phi. HARLAN E. CHASE Duran! Kappa Thetag Engineers Clubg A. I. E. E. JACK DAVIS Shafwneo Sigma Alpha Epsilong Engineers Club. LYALL STRANGE .filrdrrzore Alpha Sigma Phig Mystic Keys. W W. R. WOLFE Oklahoma Cily Sigma Nu. L M. M. KENNERLY W efwoka Phi Gamma Deltag President Sophomore Engineersg Whirlwind Staff, '23, ,245 Engineers Club. YW- ,W----fg - - Y L-A.------2 A- - -A-gf-i...L ..,. , , , ,... ,.-.. V 1,- lv .ny J A if '14 ll S-'I l 1 1 'A 54 if 4 .-. Un. 6 ,3 '11 551 Q . tl Q 1' H :fl :?l?l vi l .27-l l l 51 .Qrll 1 'I fr? . 'HJ u Ars li .M l Af . .qi LH mv gl n .favs l ,3 ' 'IE ,, fc' , .-I-I S 21.5 l .33 'V liffi' J' ' .fi 2. en. l qi l rig l ffl' l 5-.al I PM .Ml UQ. f JSP. Ip! . i. l 3 rig ll zllj, ll .ggi L .., I 'f II Q13 Fall ll-1 li- . 1 y 1 .lm ' 1 fl , lv pl V F 24 l fill Y :Al ' . .11 ,- , ll w!?'.G13-titswsiriwi-xwfwvrfissfEbfi.1214-?1ff::"1929 51-26344 F if - . . . :Ly-1 .'..-35.4 T H E C L A s s E S qQ51fQ Qfe l fi ."1e""""h"""' "" "1 md., , ,JE1-P QA-QAY1, gig . :i .i...gS4"-I' -.4-A 'E-"""'-'-L'i'm'sl,. 'I FLW V Mil Elle A I all 9' . . 4 E55 Sophomore Flne Arts A , 31, 'll ' L dll Q! l ' gp! RUTH L. NORRIS Mena, Arkansas 5, Zeta Taug Razorback Clubg Y. W. C. gl A.g Brush and Palette. E-,Q if HEl.EN MITCHELL - Oklahoma City ,Q 35? Gamma Phi Beta 5 Blue Pencil g ' Si A Fiddlers Clubg Y. W. C. A. .I - r , . l 4 4 Earl COURTNEY HOOPER Oklahoma City gy Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A.g Las Dos ' 553 Americasg Ducks Clubg Oklahoma 4 County Club. qi PF l I I.oRETT.x STURGELL Pafwhuska ' Q 22. I Chi omegag Glee Clubg Y. W. C. A.g Tp Osage County Club. I di IoL.I LIARRISON ' Hammon .4 Orchestrag Fiddlers Clubg Kill Kare 9' 7 Klubg Brush and Palette. ' ax.. . 2-:fl Lols NETHERY Norman iff Blue Pencilg Women's Councilg Y. W. C. A.g Beckham County Club. if Y V Y IRENE BAIRD Stroud' .4 l If! Alpha Omicron Pig Y. W. C. A.g Lin- gl 'if' coln County Clubg Fiddlers Clubg Glee Clubg Pan-Hellenic Council. Q 23 I VERY,-I ROYCE W ilhurton tg LLP Chi omega. Y. W. C. A.. W. A. A. L l 3s.' ,W eff P ELIZABETH E. PARKER Norman Alpha Chi Omega. ':. , X QE l LOUISE GIBSON Henryetta ffl Y. VV. C. A.g Brush and Paletteg Cos- l mopolitan Club. 'Q :fi A I . ' .l . .1 I . , XNILLIAM FLETCHER WARD Lexington .gl l ifg Orchestrag Vice President Fiddlers . Q I . bil Club. " lin '1 HETTIE MALOY Norman A i ' Q 1 Pi Zeta Kappag Zetaletheang Glee 3 P lifll Club: Y. VV. C. A. Cabinetg Oratori- as 4 7 cal Councilg Cosmopolitan Club. . l uf W e. R9 Q, V LOUISE FAIN fltoka y M341 Las Dos Americas. ' ', 'l . 31' DOROTHY MAYES Oklahoma Czty Q 03 B.-.Ish and Paletteg Y. W. C. A. 4 li: 3 l ' V I E' W, l ..,v-...-- I .L ,. ,, .A .-..1..Q,......:........d3., L.--L-..... ,..,..-,. ,. ..-- Af V - ff , L A g,1"', l. .15 .i.-.lg . i. s o 5 0 o N E J 166 --' ..a. -....,.-.-.-1-.ai-w.:: V Y i"e '. "X . Y T H E C L A S S E S 7- P-U :T-"4 -1-g,'j"'m"-'Q ' ' 'gfw ' ' ".t.. V Y - 1 In . K I . tj. fl Sophomore Fine Arts p r l H ll l . ll l N N ANNABET ROBBERSON Norman ' 'N Alpha Omicron Pig Y. W. C. A.: 5' Pieriang Cleveland County Club. , . N CLAUDIA BURNEWE Arleansas City, Kansai l 'J Zetaletheang Y. VV. C. A.g Glee Clubg 9' l Brush and Palette. , K w N' JOHNNIE R. PRUITT Lindsay f' Phi Mug Y. WV. C. A.g Garvin County 5' Club. . A p VELMA Mnmsss Marietta -.Q VV. A. A.g Brush and Paletteg Las Dos P X Americasg Ducks Clubg Life Saver. ft., W1 -1 W M LYDIA M. BEEDE Bartlesfville If l Kappa Phig Brush and Palette. V. X Lois MOSLEY Norman Q ' Phi Mug Y. VV. C. A.g Zetalethean. R w , , W DOROTHY C. AYRES Drumrzght 'E' Phi Mug Mu Phi Epsilong Zetaletheang 5 Y. VV. C. A. ALICE AUBREY Sapulpa Alpha Xi Delta'q Pieriang Y. W. C. A.g A Indian Clubg Creek County Club- " I' MARY A. YORK Indianola - Indian Club. ' STELLA FoR'riER Tulsa K Meletaniang Oratorical Councilg Brush P '- and Paletteg Y. W. C. A. kg' IOSEPHINE DORSEY Oklahoma City Alpha Phig Y. W. C. A-g Zetalethean. 'j MERCEDES T1-1oRP Oklahoma City l ' Alpha Gamma Deltag Brush and Paletteg Y. W. C. A. Q . -'v , 1 5- ! :NATALIE BROACH Tulsa p fi' , Kappa Alpha Thetag Y. W. C. A. ' s CATHELEEN SAINT Olemulgee X . l ff Pieriang Brush and Palette. 3 Q2 . w '- W l ". i W M?" "' ' 7 ' - Y 7 7 i :Q it-f -J . we . waffavavfafavatfz 1 9 2 4 sg 0 0 QE! .. ' up 167 T H E c L A s s E s ll' . .7 P' 5 -5'f.Z'l-ff.Fe,ig'ff 5 1 A All 1 bfi 'ff l -lj' ' lfxii Sophomore Fine Arts g-gl l " " z 'gwl Lil f: ' 4 s A::1TA TAYLOR V Anadaz-ko . F Delta Gammag Phi Mu Gammag Treasurer Women's Councilg Caddo County Clubg Y. W. C. A. M 1 ' l PRISCILLA MCCOMB Oklahoma City 3,33 Delta Gammag Y. W. C. A, GARNET REYNOLDS Wilson Alpha Gamma Deltag Glee Clubg Y. VV. C. A.g Zetalethean. fir , ..v 1 THELMA CHAMPION Guthrie 'fql Alpha chi omegag Y. W. c. A. jzjl ROTHWELL STEPHENS Gage f' 4 Orchestrag VVebsteriang Fiddlers Club. P LAHOMA PAYNE Lafwton Q Delta Delta Delta g Philologiang . I Comanche County Clubg Y. W. C. A. ,T .Q I ' MERCEDES ERIXON Oklahoma City .ll Alpha Gamma Deltag Blue Pencilg Z' VVomen's Council. A FRANKE F. MANNING Booneville, Arkansas 'il . Glee Clubg Razorback Clubg Y. W. l C. A. Q. Y., on fl 1 'F , LUELL SHORT Tulsa l Delta Gamma. - 1 l FRANK DEAN CATHEY Tulsa '+ Delta Delta Delta. 1 MYRTLE WETMORE Cofweta 3 Ti l Phi Omega Pig Blue Pencilg Y. VV. C. I 5'-. A.g Secretary-Treasurer VVagoner - I County Clubg Entre Nous. ' 3 HOWARD SUESZ Hutchinson, Kansas Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alpha. ' 'ilk MARGARET FRANTZ .Enid Q Delta Gammag Phi Mu Gammag Y. W. ,. C. A. N, . , . i ADELYN RUTHERFORD Checotah ,N l Kappa Kappa Gammag Glee Club. l ., ' T I '. I' 1 ' ' V l I WV 7.2 , 5 'ui -f V - - .....a , , 168 saw., -. ..-.---.-.,...-.i-- will 5. .,.y. -.- fr'-" ' '-'-A' ""-' 5 ' "' A ' EJ. ,J 'VWw.2+.v..zb3.-s1.rg,.,f1?.fl l T H E c L A s s L s T E ,ig 4 f f 2- . :...- . .. 1 Kirk'-Tzumryx f fn ,ga 1 3131 l 1 pr n Wi" . y First Year Law +15 lt 11 4:25. K-fi ,Efgl LEVERETT EDWARDS Corflcll Phi Tau Gammag Blue Pencilg Clipg lqg Editor Ilflzirlfwindg President Forumg plan President Vllashita County Clubg Var- sity Cross Country, '23g Blackstone Barg A Oratorical Councilg State-County jill Uniong Cubs Clubg SooNeR Staff. 'mi' I CLYDE L. MILES Beawr .rg . l 'Bull Pi Kappa Phig Harper Bar. 's PRESTON C. CLARKE Tulm Alpha Tau Omegag Chief justice Mar- IPQ shall Barg Congressg Freshman Base- Mj ' ball, '22, J. HOWVARD LINDLLY Fairfuicw ',1', Phi Delta Thetag Law School Asso- llff ciationg Square. and Compassg Clipg Adjutant American Legiong President gb, Major County Clubg Blackstone Barg I by State-County Union. X OLEY B. MARTIN Talzlcqualz Pi Kappa Alphag Varsity Debateg gg Marshall Barg Athenaeang Young Democrats Clubg Cherokee County Qi! Club. ' ll MERLE K. EXLINE Sailing W Harper Bar. A J. D, SCOTT IVzchzta Falls, Texas H72 -' Jazz Hounds. WI-Tl Tome F. MCKINZIE Alfwoad 'l il Harper Bar. ARTHUR B. CARPENTER .alrdmare ll Pi Kappa Alphag Phi Alpha Delta. THOMAS G. JOHNSON Ardmore Alpha Tau Omegag Alpha Kappa Psi. f if . SS: li EARL S. GIBSON Brzstofw if W' Acaciag Scabbard and Bladeg Marshall it-fi Bar. I VVILLIAM D. BUCHER Wilson Phi Alpha Deltag Secretary Athenaeang gQ5l Inter-Society Debateg Blackstone Barg President Carter County Clubg Oratori- if cal Councilg American Legiong State- l fi County Uniong Republican Club. li-fi lfffl Olzmul ee .',,. JAMES S. HEPBURN 9 ' Blackstone Barg President Qkmulgee ffi County Clubg State-.County Union. :A 'Q' DON ELLISON Oklahoma City l Alpha Tau Omegag Phi Alpha Deltag 1' Li' 'fStop Thief" Castg Junior Burlesque l. Committee. 1. -f UIQ ' '-if . 'eff 'A f ',. H. g .,, . LQ - , llSifi-Z?Q--T'Qif-:"T4.1lfi.'aTf'i'.-.R ..1TfQ..i..'-..'i. f f ' --A CTTQQJML. F4 .- lg,-.fl - lA,ff1 H ra, 1 "'a.?--:- -2- ' ' 169 . X. -.1 R. ,r 1 X .ii A Tm H E C L A s s E s V - 4 I li 'IASB K W 1 L, K, -LQL-SiEiZggitf''iif'Q"Tl'j'1T'jffi L 4- V V ,ear-vvl - q ij lg gil ig, . f:' I - W QS ,Zz ' 1 n l V3 I 'YT . , First Year Law QM A' 6 ,. ,V ,ay f'f P311 , L , . f IHS FRED MURCHISON Muskogee ,Q- JE Beta Theta Pi, Ruf Neks. ,gig FRANKE L. WILKINS Enid 3243 Sigma Chi, Blackstone Bar. fl' ,gf HOBART G. ORTON Princeton, Missouri ,fa lil? Alpha Sigma Phi, Congress, Black- I ., 4 :E stone Bar. Li" 1 4' . g , 'Qi RICHARD SCI-IULTZ McKz1zney, Texas gf Sigma Nu, Ruf Neksg Harper Bar. U. ' 42 nf lifg EDWARD B. JOHNSON Norman fi fl! Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Mystic Keys, 3 ,Qi Varsity Football, '21, '22, '23, Inter- M214 -Q Fraternity Council, '22, ' Eg l 9" fi CHARLES NORMAN 'CORNWALL Aspen, Colorado llfi Alpha Psi, Marshall Bar. 1 l' 2" BEN F. MOORING Wagoner Si.. Square and Compass, Congress, Oratori- 1 cal Council, Blackstone Bar, President 3 VVagoner County Club, State-County 'Q 1,5 Union. I '-'31 , CLARA F. PALMER -Mcdlester Marshall Bar. Wd G. ELLIS GABLE Muskogee if Marshall Bar. ' if GEORGE B. CORYELL, JR. Bristofw iii: Marshall Bar. f 53 lb: RAYMOND SROAF Weatherford . R Lambda Nu, Blackstone Bar, Web- ll? A E152 sterian. 1' l 'J Ijqbl T. H. WILLIAMS Chickasha 11,31 Phi Gamma Delta, Marshall Bar, " 71-3 Golf Club. Il" I lk- , I' ROY A, MAHAFW - Oklahoma City ,l i,, '29 ,or . 1,5 .-f .UL LN, ,. J. Ill-l .'." Phi Gamma Delta, Phi Alpha Delta, 1 Clip, Intel-1Fraternity Council, Black- Q' stone Bar. ERNEST HOUSTON HILL Chickasha Kappa Alpha, Freshman Football, '22, jazz Hounds. , I X I , , i 1 5 i Y H Y A Y r I ". ,Q , , ,, . ,.. ., , ,-. f, i ,:i,,l,l-q,.z: ---. ff:-9-Lfii - . .A --- Yee.,--1 ,, ..wH- . ww.. . -- --v-A-as E' re ., Lie, gi.: 1Igffr1.i:-I if I924 S O C? N ii F?,'i'Mi.f:iiZf l, :,,.,,.,,Le L L LL e .e.. L ee L, - ,. e . L .L . ..u, ee W .2 A A - 170 n JACK DEAHL Norman Marshall Bar, Cleveland County Club X M C A HAROLD FREEMAN Paul: Vallvy Kappa Alpha Cllp, Soomn Staff Oklahoma Dazly Staff Ruf Nelxs 4 , VV. H. THOMPSON Tulsa Pi Kappa Phi. l . , , . ef if . E l l l lbi LN 1 V o . JOE BROWN Ardmore Sigma Nug Harper Barg President Freshman Law Classg Young Demo- l crats Club. is 42 E Q Y w lv , 1 V.. N ' 4 .N A I x ,V up ,r V o. A I 4 ,sp 1 I J, 1 1 ,Q- l'- l 53 l :V 179 li? 15.3 S - J lf if YE: l 551 . rj ' AU p vavav v v , '1' II E C L A s s E s vy5gQgxgigsgg.,Nrfg53?f5?X,?l . 1 - , ,------A-A 1 5 J : C lid up G F' 'ff zrst Year Law l is lb p ' 5 1 D l 4 . I1 . W v - . . . ,B b 7 ' .543 ,bn , . . . . ,D E- 4 Sv AS I - . . S J-1 l , I u p 9 . E 3 l 4 4 '4 3 l K up AZ. ' L23 P l , E31 J 'S 1 ig fi' X I5 U- 's , 4 ROEERT J. WHITE Paris, Arkansas L :lg . A "" If Kappa Slgma. . li '- ll l N ' J. 'E l l E Rf lil? 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A., Athenaean, '20, '21g Washita County Club. ROY E. MANUEL Frederirlz Phi Beta Pig Clip. F. L. STRATTON Delafware Chi Zeta Chig Nowata County Club. CLAYTON K. STROUP Artesia, Nefw Mexifo Alpha Kappa Kappa. G. D. RosALEs Batangas, Philippines RUSSELL H. LYNCH Hennexsey Acaciag Jazz Hounds. EDWIN E. CONNOR Vinson Phi Chi. W. B. HAMBY Wc'lKUflf4l Phi Chi. J. R. BOHANNON N01'1fHUl Phi Chig Congress. FRANK RENFROW Billing: Delta Pig Phi Beta Pig Phi Beta Kap- pag Toga. , , -.iL. . .., ., , 172 l 4 w ra n . -g .....w.-- U, -f n---------------- f- - - ....., , .s..-,..5--J-.,f.f,av- l CLASSESl -f---T -- - -r -- 1 wil ,Q 'e?3l34?rE,aSY2:L'ifff'fl:T+'-' 1 1 T H E 'di vT""""""'-'W""" ,., -. ,-,.,.. ..-v - lil' :N 'fel . . if," Sophomore Medicine 255' . ff W .W '44 COLVERN D. HENRY' Lockney, Texas pl' Acaciag Phi Chip Longhorn Club. 5 p XVILLIAM DEAN Atoku Delta Pig Alpha Kappa Kappag Glee 'aa-fx Clubg Mixed Quartet. ' :fl ibn' i GEORGE H KIMBEXLL Jnnnings QV Alpha Kappa Kappag Clipg Varsity 5, ll Cross Countryg Varsity Track. im' , JOHN PICKARD Guthrie li Wy Pi Kappa Alphag Alpha Kappa Kap- , pag VVCl7StEl'lZ1l1Q Ruf Neksg Varsity P. ' Baseball. P 1 JAMES R. REED Carnegie P' Alpha Kappa Kappa. 5 li BEN K. PARKS Pillsbury, Kansa: ' Delta Tau Deltag Phi Beta Pig Kappa - Kappa Psig Business Manager SO0NER,' lb ' Tannatg Letseizer Medal, '23g Presi- 5, dent Y. M. C. A., 'ZOQ President Fresh- ' man Medics, '23g Varsity Tennis, '21, 122, '2s. . S. H. BAUER Norman I, I Alpha Kappa Kappa. P. S VVILLIAM VV. FOX Norman 'gg Alpha Kappa Kappag Band. G 'PQ l HUGH PERRY T ulm S3 Pi Kappa Phig Phi Beta Pi. g DANIEL L. PERRY Tulsa Pi Kappa Phig Phi Beta Pig Inter- gf . . Fraternity Council. .Sql r' Q I M. M. WICKHAM Norman ,W Phi Beta Pig President Sophomore E, Medics. - 7'L B. D. THOMPSON Manga-rn , ,Jil Alpha Kappa Kappa. . 29' fl 1 . JOHN P. DAVIS Oklahoma Cziy w B Delta Pig Phi Chi. JOSHEUA V. 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MITCHELL Oklahoma Ciiy gi:-'f Gamma Phi Betag Pi Zeta Kappag lil Secretary-Treasurer Sophomore Medicsg Y. W. C. A. ' Q' w X3 -"Q 1 IBN' i -4 ?e,f1. 559 ,l VZ" DWIGHT B. SHAW -Muskogee Acaciag Phi Chig Clipg Square and liifl Compass. 'K+ Q fs? FENTON A. SANGER' Oklahoma City - ly Sigma Nug Nu Sigma Nu. iff. 552 ii. 'S i il DANIEL PORTE New YW-1.7, Nvfw Yo,-If -,131 Phi Beta Delta. EVERETT VEATCH Burlington Sigma Pbig Phi Chig Lambda Nu. T ,Ty E323 'ff 2 ff 2 vy H. D. COLLINS Panama Phi Beta Pi. 'L .--lr CHANCEY H. DOLPH I-Ierzrycrza Kappa Sigmag Phi Beta Pig Blue Pen- Z cilg Vice-President Y. M. C. A.g Var- sity Baseball, '20, '21, '22g Varsity j 'H VVrestling, l20, '21g Freshman Football, im '17g Vice-President Freshman Medics. by ' 1 L :Al X lil 5 l . pf .11 ii. .. , ,gg 1131 174- fe.: .,,. ,,,,. , .. ,. If W Q ' V Y .., V,. ara -'-nu-15 'V-'I ,?r- V' 'T-T-.',f" "T,-VQQ. WTI-IE CLASSES 1 N I r", F . V-,,V. lj- if ,gi Uyf Myvil Iii! 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WINN Kappa Phig Entre Nousg Y. VV. C. Cleveland County Club, EDGAR F. GRIMM Glee Clubg Band. JACK BELLAH ' Slroud Norman A.g Stroud Hollis Kappa Sigmag State-.County Uniong President Harmon County Club. ARDATH BLAIR Keota AARON B. WALLER Hooker ALTA THOMAS Oklahoma City Alpha Phig Zetalethean. R. D. HADDOCK Norman VIRGINIA FOGLE Mcdlesier Y. VV. C. A.g W. A. A.g Ducks Clubg Pittsburg County Clubg Life Saver. WILLIAM C. MGLACIHLAN Ft. Smith, 1q7'kll7ZJ'H5 Razorback Club. ALBERTINE RHOADES Shofwnze Delta Delta Deltag W. A. A.g Philo- logiang Y. W. C. A. Y-ata. .?'mK -.3 .I l 'ii l "fi I-I I '23 I X .Ax I In. . all if:- l E 1 xy- E I fl? I 1 LI I Iff Hz' I ,. I 51 I.N 'rll '. I5 Ig.. I Q47 I, 3 I., i. I 'f' 'I L le. I ..- l-I I If Il. ,, I 1.- i l. i .. , . I. .W .JE - IH E fi ' I I fl - I E?- x., --,...- --Q ,gf,.,'f-l , 1 T H E C L A s s E s I "-if-'tr-.1155331.-Ji-.l.... X -' x z 3, ' R x I .All '- . A R gal A ,.'.l l ,gl f f 2 514' f'+ V' A F l -I! Freshman Arts and Sciences l eil 'R l . ll . J .f. ' . 49-gl A if'l . 1 tr' 1:3 ji.-ll if f ,gg MYRTLE M. MARTIN Dafvis 1,71 Murray County Clubg Y. VV. C. A. ' El IVA GILES Stratford M V' lie? l , lily .V . l ,cfs lr' CARLOTTA KULL Oklahoma Czly lf 'X ' '. L Chi Omega. '94 .gl Q.. l i CLAY PITCHPORO Daryi5 1 . f ' 1 if V -' 'll lv If rg' 4. l A r.,. P65 . KERNHT VV. INOHAM Oklahoma City ,QQ ggi Beta Theta Phig Bandg Y. M. C. A. lofi l ,... F! 2 NADINE DOWNEY Oklahoma City 1 ...Z Sf Alpha Xi Deltag Y. W. c. A., Bu- "1 chanan Clubg Oklahoma County Club. lifk iff ll .4 511, lf C U? gl 1 Ql . -X 5 ti uf. GEORGE F. MARSHALL Muskogee A I . l . . 1 2'-'.j VIRGIL BROWNE Nefw Orleans, Louiszana I ,fl E I , w 'o L ll I l I fl. I f," 4 C' ."'l , 53 . vii, l R. A. HUCKABY Amber lf-QL! 5 ,Q l ' ffl RUTH MAYS Broken flrrofw lg Glee Clubg Y. VV. C. A. ll 'AQ 1 '41 , ' - l Fil lf- 1 y A MARJORIE RULE Lexington I . ' A-3 1' FLORENCE MCALISTER Lehigh ' 3 1 --rv . l. 5 lb? l f-'f l l ' Vi l ,' L1-'S Q "'5 I f 4' , DOROTHY GOULD Cherokee 1 X51 ekl Y. W. c. A. nc- V X U.. ' HAROLD D. JENKINS Paden is 3 Pick and Hammer Club. f'-3? l . El X! ,yu 122 N Y pg? ' SS 1 YL. A ' ?'5 J l H15 '.L ff . .. ,..- . .,... L. L... ,,- W LL.. . -. -T. l .- ,A L, f. V ,r,bl - Ag ilf' A wfafr. EQCQA ff: R. R fx: .El-R 1 A 'FH 177 In ,., 1 lT H E C L A s s E s I- A ,I I VI. i2 Z 1 . 1 VL' ' Ao f i I. ' , v- ' frlfv , l l- , ' ' :ff "I Y I 4? 1 W I 'X Y I Ig," W ,If Freshman Arts and Sciences ,ffil if 'STI fr"-I! ,Mgr lr ' . . 1 ' ' LEE BURRUS Talzlzzna 1 gf . . . 1 l ' I X.7lLLIAM DONALD- BOLLINGER Tahhzna Jilfl inf I , I F'-LI Ting EDNA AUSTIN Norman lg: Y. W- C. A. 'ri' LEE VERNON Sulphur President Murray County Clubg State- I' County Union. S0456 IW I BERNICE STUFFLEBEAN Norman ' "I TAMs AUTRY Washington 1 jj Glee Club. l 'I Finn I ,J LEoN C. WEIS Waurika A Athenaean. Q li H1 A BERT HUDDLESTON Healdton 'T Websteriang SOONER Staffg Oklahoma Q Dozzly Staffg Carter County Club. jx ffl I 5 if I - 1 32 HASTINGS FAULKNER Claremore 1 111: . l 'Z E. MARIE HORNER Hzllsdale I' 'jg I 'V'-1 I - .I 'u BION MOORE Norman CHARLES F. HADDOCK Hastings Nfl, 'P 15.-ED I to - no I If l ELI EUBANKS Mordfuille Ai E13 LAUREL HADDOCK Erick Q Z- Band. , F f 'Z , -U ri L I xi! Q' L4 xg . 'Lu .r,- K, H41 . E. - - ' ' on We no--. Q 5'F' L1 I5 fl U' 91-5 F 9-',,1 , L ,i' 'f 9 1 ,, L , ,,,,, L LL- . L.L,,..,,a.,,...,L.,.....a.,... V. 178 Q' li Q. l l 1 Q:a::'1-iff' Qfffu-:L N' , T l -1 ' ' ri r f -r A 2-f-A-'H-H H E c L A s s 12 s l?'Q?.g:!,-. H .531 'N " 5 ' . rl 5 . - 12 """x-"-'-"H " lt:-if vi' Iifili ll 2.41 .S-N fQ4j I 1,-dl if!! lil ix, lip: 'U' 5.2 ' . K, , . ff. . A... , :M- .Ffa ff x 3:1 vi 1 5 1 I W' '13-' J?-ii' lgifll Mig fl gi l'-f Un' 1-:im 157: ,Ja . xi 1 pri ifl I3 .-cg. H .42 0 1 13? l M? , ,Pg tgp 47 ll- H-S :fr li i 3 fre vp af r-5 V 62 pw. ci .ll Rex. .3 p '12 la., in on if 'll , fs it wits' 1 1 "1 N Lg' nxt: - . ni L 4,4 .-fr . ,H , Freshman Arts and Sciences BRUNO MAYER ' Las Dos Americas. ARRIETTA RoBxNsoN C oalgate Begg: Pieriang- Y. W. C. A.g Okmulgee County Clubg Student Volunteer. MAUDIE STACY VIVIAN CUNNINGHAM LENA MAE HARGIS HORTENSE KERNODLE DeBarr Club. TRUMAN YOES Ardmore Norman Grand ,Held Norman Norman Sigma Alpha Epsilong Mathematics Club. MARLIN GODDARD IVLIQOHEI' Phi Kappa Psig Battle Axeg Bandg Wagoner County Club. ' T. S. BLAND Altus Bandg Secretary jackson County Club. ZETTIE L. FOOSHEB EDITH JOHNSON Lois H. GOULD Kappa Phig Y. W. Club. MARYE TEMPLE R. G. AUBREY Razorback Club. . ,F ,,m.vu,,:,.,s.1,f-xr., 4. ..l-, .. H, , : ,- vdwwf-xl-".f4L".u'5 . - ..'- ..- 1.-,..,.-:ZT14 -Q 1- , Norman El Dorado, Kansas Oklahoma City C. A.g DeBarr Broken Bofw Loclzesburg, Arkansas ae- -'f TE :te ai: Fi 2. sv l . lf! 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J 1 1 43 Freshman Arts and Sciences li I GEORGE H. STROUD Ifalliant Pi Mu. gif' LINNE HOLMBERG Norman Beta Theta Pig Band. I TW. LAWRENCE BREWER Broken Arro-w Mfg DON WASSON Antler: Battle Axeg Glee Club. 152: IRQ? I i' l".'f, HAROLD C. FARLEY El Reno 211, Delta Tau Deltag Battle Axeg Pick and if QV. Hammer Club. , N COLLIER SULLIVAN Pauls Valley Delta Tau Delta. Qf. 'J ALICE BROWN Shawnee Newman Clubg Pottawatomie County Clubg Las Dos Americasg Y. VV. C. A. IL: 1l PM KENNETH P. VVALLACE M orris 1 Q: Pi Mu. E 1 'J lj:- 'LIZ ENA MAY Norman i Alpha chi Omegag Y. W. C. A.g H51 W. A. A. ROBERT V. BRENNAN Apafhe Pi Kappa Phig Congressg Vigilance V1 Committeeg Freshman Footballg Caddo County Club. H I ,If .ir LESLIE STONE Waurika I It CHARLES E. ROGERS Kingfisher ff Kingfisher County Club. - " MABEL E. HUFF Norman z I' Phi Mug Y. W. C. A. ' GEORGE GRIMES Norman Pi Kappa Alphag Freshman Football. ! . . I A I .. ,fs l , 4 l 1 ra. w Fri... fc-Q-3.22-Ikf'-R-'1l:its'3411,!,fA3.. ' ,-. ..., I I T 1 T 13 ll' egg 41 :- 5. T l T 1 l N"-'--"H ' - --------X-U V w- A.,,,?...7 --,, ,A , var 4 .fir rw 'P Freshman Arts and Sciences , bib Q r fl 5' s ly lg yfj ARTPIUR VVILLIAMS Oklahoma City Kappa Alpha. I 'lf Q CARL MOSSLER Stillfwator lg?-y , Alpha Sigma Phig Freshman Basketballg I Freshman Yvrestlingg Forum. z " l rp, ' , Q 'f' xl KATHLEEN LEE Mona, Arkansas D' Phi Mug Y. VV. C. A.g Razorback Club. i CECIL CTROUP h I McAlo5tcr 3' Phi Delta Thetag hK7l'lll'lYV1I'lCl Staff. 'P I nj r If T MONT LEDFORD Tulsa F A Sigma Nug Freshman Football. 1 AGNES VVILLIAMS Oklahoma City C ' I l ,X . ' ml HAZEL D. HARRIS Norman iii Phi Mu. - 44 51 RALPH RUNDLE Apache ly. Phi Delta Theta. A sl 45, B , . . ,Vi ERNADINE NEVXVPORT Sezlzng r MILDRED L. TURMAN Okmulgee QSM Phi Mug W. A. A., Y. W. C. A.g Okmulgee County Club. 'BQ 1 pg . WINNIERED SPENCER Walters gb T Y. W. C. A.. Comm County Club. V L 5... J OUISE ROSSER Muskogee ff' Pi Beta Phig Y. W. C. A.g Glee Clubg Fix' Muskogee County Club. F SPENCER ENTRIKEN Enid Beta Theta Pig Golf Club. FREDERICK MAINS Ryan ga, ' Kappa Epsilong Pi Mu. I-T? ll A "wg fm f""N"'f' 'K A fi-QL ff' 'P iii' 4 l 912 '-'F fi 'll' 'l 4 1 - - - rw - 3-- l T 1-1 E C L A s s E s -. - .f.1..m -St ,lffil W., llaf, L'r :il l -.l .'-I . M I-.ii lf .1., l VJ 1 iz. My l. 4 A 'a r l gina' i in .r. I 'F -A rff I . LJJ 1 2 l . in ga .5 IQ I F pl A9 li., l-A-1 tl ui, , ll5"l l J l l ,- ef. 9. J fn , -X L- lt' r I ' I -i , J4 X l 4 I 2. .Aa l . T r It .Rosy 'A nil .J li. Q :l 1.- in . .a l :.- ll Ji T a. T 5' I 1.134 1 ug. 1 i P 4.4 or. I ,. q 'SS' ll 'Ili 'l ul A.l ,l .-.' 1 'xl 5,1 -.f wg. l T w . 1 'l l ,l l l c T A A Tal A . V- .m H E O L A s s E S ' lt- L. .4 if GERALD W. LAKE Band. C. C. PURVIANCE Treasurer Pi Mu. RUEL E. PARKS Club. JOSEPHINE THOMPSON ESTEL B. MCCOLLUM Pi Mu. Louis FULTON JAMES I. MOORE, IR. JAMES VV. DOW Scribblers Club. LENA B. STOTTS VVILLIAM WILCOXSON Forumg Pick and INIARION HARRIS HERSOHEL A. SMITH VVILLIAM BROADHURST l DEE VV. EADES 182 Y. M. C. A-g Entr Pick and Hammer Freshman Arts and Sciences ffpache Ryan e Nous g Secretary- Tulsa Club 5 Razorback Norman Wlzynoka Apache Strong City Blue Pencilg VVebste "Merry VVives of Windsor" Hammer Club. Muskogee rian: Y. M. C. A.g Castg Ringling Clzefofalz .Fairfax Norman Turtle Norman HQ 3 ff 1 1 N W fl .rl - 'Q '11 I l Egg! , .LN .813 W 1 ll Elia ' .,, . ig . G Q, E! I 1 ,155 l ' .. 1 7 5 . l if ' . . 4512 . .5 . 'J ff fi 0,1 Qt." I 4.4 ', Q: 1 L 1. li? 1 g H53 ll ,, . wg v' ' l ll l ff 1 " fra' :X . ful ln l A' l ffl j- : ,,,: - f 4 .15 'f ll? A I wQ'I . v . f , lffiq if 1' J sizfgl -.O l 4 I-ZLJ I: .Q l 5. l ' L21 ? Q. .1 , .5 if " vig' ,fb l lflfy' l 1 i 1,4 , .M 5 . w ll F'd l Ia 'l .f .1 w ' ' lf 1 1. 1' lq FQ! ll gl." M i -Ari, '. li l 4? 1 i: . H. Q 1 I ' wl w 'Tw r iw I L. A 1 Y r ,....Li-.- l!f.'f': l f-1 'J -- 1. vw -v T MHA-Jr ' ' V ' l, P , ,,.... . ..,... cgi: Q4 .ik ' l l gli l Il-is I I 13 I I Q' I F' 'dm ,li - ,gh H112 pil l gi I ag l '61 l Q, T Lf ' 'H I lsf, we 'l fa! T053 l ug I 'Eff' mist U Ig: 'fi Im. lv' yn -,.r :,.g iv. 1 Elf il U l I x v . L i l 52 l' V5 F I 1' gl :gif Bn :if iff ' 532 Fil 4,1 643 4 5 . Il 1' l, ,l l Ee l I' 'JT if QQ' l' I W lb l' If T 4:2 I pf. I. Cf. 22' H I"'.g' Iv.. 1..- , S., , I 'I HE CL E E' .L-L,....-.., L,,LL A H 41 Freshman Arts and Sciences LESLIE GRAY Band. RAY TEAGUE PAUL B. CRUCE Purcell Lexington T ulsa Alpha Tau Omegag Tulsa County Club. ROBERT -T. HARRIS Norman Glee Clubg Athenaeang Cleveland County Club: "Stunt Night" Castg Assistant Freshman Pep Managerg Productions Clubg Y. M. C. A.g Polo Associationg VVhirlwind Staff. HARVEY DEVER JULIA VVALLACE Y. VV. C. A. CHARLES H. KERLIN EI Reno Pauls Valley Oklahoma Cily Phi Beta Deltag Menorahg Longhorn Club 5 Vllebsterian. FRANCES LINDSEY P Rush Springs DeBarr Club 3 Secretary-Treasurer Grady County Club. SAM O. ScoTT Pi Kappa Alpha. VVESLEY COLLINS IRVIN BASE PI.-XRRELL ROBERTS RUBY MOFEETP , Gamma Phi Beta. VV. M. HARRISON Phi Delta Theta. Kingfisher Higgins, Texax Geary Lexington Oklahoma City Muskogee .-4'.v.'.-. ,.. Line L A L, .'.' L.,-" ....., .1....-,.....-..,- -A-....,.,,--Z 183 491'-1 5:3-"II--I 1 T H E CLASSE9'i f-T'-""" K 1-i 'rm -. . . -nv-Y f -A .1-'T i 1, 1 .,a nz, ., . - 4.4. - .giiiiuf A H -Y A--gtg? ' 'ij Freshman Arts and Sciences Q, Nl,-l if LEILA O. BYARS Norman I BILL NEWLIN Bixby i Q RAY H. KENDALL Strong City 'tif' I., Q IRIS PATTERSON Hitchcock il Y. VV. C. A. 49 iff 1.i.n , s M. M. KUSER Gainesfville, Texas Longhorn Club. JAMES H. HENRY Paden V "ll Pick and Hammer Club. bfi: BERNTE I. VVILKERSON Duncan -il. Pi Mug Freshman Basketball. fill 1. GLADYS MARRS Norman Q., l ROBERT C. HUDSON Kiefer Pi Mug VVebSteriang Creek County if Clubg Y. M. C. A. 1 ' " ESTHER BURNETT Sentznel 4 All J. E. ROBERTSON Geary CLAUDE GREEN Cordell in Vigilance Committeeg Y. M. C. A. C I A -1 ff-il FLOYD BIXLER Broken Bofw .fl Pi Mu. .1 - l HUBERT BROADHURST Tuttle A Q 4 l . , ,l il 4- ! .A ,..A.-.,.,..,. J 184 .45 v " 'r 4 A ,r lf Q ll'-E,l"',lVP'l''i'f'f-"'C,'5-DNV ll T H E C L A s s E s . f1'f , , 1. W A 'SAI ..-I L Q r V H. E r. I Q I .,. L, A : J' , W.. . J 1' P A Fi? Qjql Freshman Arts a-nd Sciences Ifil , wi q . Wg fig Si-,I J. R. Wm Grandfcld Pi Mug Tillman County Club. lv 5' I-.K 1. REBECCA BLOOM llfezzuzzka Ml Menorahg Philologian. vii l 41.5 l VIN J 1' 1 l 1 153 M. LYNDEN NIANNEN Mountain lfiww 1 Masonic Dorm Associationg Y. M. 23. C. A.g Zeta Bigmag Kiowa County 1 '9 Club. 'ij :Il MAY B. MOORE Norman L-A l rf, ll lui., ki' ' af' Hr IMA JEAXNE GALLOWAY Ringling ILA M. ANGLIN Vinson ' fe: 'l ll't?l tl? ll .gg V u I PORTER R. LEE Bzggs l, Okmulgee County Club. !i l . DAVID SPRADIJNC Rzngling K l 1513 JF? N O. W. DUNCAN Nofwam N LOVELL BYARS Norman Y. W. C. A. e'.-- I 1 iii l 'lik 1 I CJ? V , g LULA JOHNSTON Byars . Y. W. C. A. GLENN H. YEARY Elmore City I mi L I K l 34.1 'ig' lx ALMA VVHITAKER Wynnewood Y. W. C. A. 1 'Q'- l Ji' FRANK MCPHERSON Dafvis Fifi .5 X .55+JQ- .- 125' ,.:1.'r"wl 1 4 . L. 185 f l ,J ,ll 'W - E ,fill 1 ,.1. 'n .t l ,-,l.. L A . va .Lu l. .lv In 1, rf. 41 l 'l 4'- .1 ' :AJ , A 1 1 1 .1 Ll is l ?- ,ra .4 'vw In 1. 4 , . ..'. xl fl 1 S - u 'I 4 1 .A ' 1 Inv J I 'THE CLASSES' ...M - 4 - -,-4 , v Freshman Arts and Sciences ELISTON DIEM Norman Kappa Kappa Psig Bandg Orchestra. S. H. BUSKIRK . El Reno RICHARD G. CAIN Barnsdall Beta Theta Pi. NETTIE SWARTZ Oklahoma City Menorah. SAMMIE SIMON Oilton Pi Mug Y. M. C. A. PAULINE MASON Lafwton Alpha Phig Pieriang Y. W. C. A.g Scribblers Clubg Comanche County Club. AGNES THAYER Choctafw J. B. ABBOTT Ramona IDA CULBERTSON Norman Cleveland County 'llub MARY PARNELL Norman HENRY DOLEZAL Perry PAMELIA MASSEY Norman ZULA STEWART Defuol l IDEVVITT GAYLE Marlofw . . ' . ycu., limi :.+ " 186 -I 3 H. . Y , ,Y...T-.I-'irq - - "":':rff'f-.' - - ' E C L A s s E fs Il --f-A' I i I 1 L- iii' v ' fi -b ' Q- rw -. 1 T H ,, -. .- L ,L , -L-- . - -..LN L- F I fig rw ' 'R I I I Sl I 1' . fl, 'H' , .DQ :ii . . DPU Freshman Arts and Sciences ji, v-5: 1'- W fi HI' Pfjl JEAN M. HOLLAND Norman UE' Ei Lincoln County Clubg Las Dos Amer- l"' ioas. . ETEYLE HOUSTON Noble .A gd I -1 .rr '55 121' . 25. ' l :J MALCOLM PADEN Geary lglx D ' FRANK SHAW Oklahoma City I xl 'R VVhirlwind Staffg SooNER Stal-fg Fresh- Kg ' man Track- 'P I 'EF eil I if l 31 Wifi I ORVA PECK Comanchr 1:6 il Il ELVVOOD KAISER Artesia, Nefw Mexiro f ,M I LI- in lfizl CARL G. ANDERSON Tryon N ll Q32 Lincoln County Club. W,- Q J L5 9 FRANCES BRIXEY Norman .251 'ii Y. W. c. A. ygfgy F io Ei' ra ...QM 5 Q ELLIOTT SWEET Norman .Q 96 I Glee Club. fi .9 X FRANCES PALMER M cdlester l .f I Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A.g Orchestrag ,ql Fiddlers Clubg String Quartetg Pitts-I mv? I 5 . burg County Club. .SEQ 'I I?.?:. Igill 3 I lv.. 5 LI KATHERINE HASKELL Muskogee 1134. E195 Kappa Kappa Gammag Entre Nous. lx ' y MARJORIE GRAY Bristofw Q Y. W. C. A. 150, 1 bl: W! l Ir uw: 3 ,S CECIL HAMMOS Rocky ,lg GLENN RussEL Alius 9' y 1 Band. Q bo' IG . S32 ffl l 9 mil E5 L A A AR if RA- Mfr-L A--ffw l Li? 2 4540 O34 E.f?3F1"3i2-'1 gf tr 7 , .L ,V , . 187 , ----H-A---..' -.-,. . .- -V..------era a...-i...,..-. , as ,. , . A .H, ..,.,,W , , n.a ! J! T H E C L PA s s E s l 55 ...I ' I xi c gy I I as . I L 24-il 5 ' . lima I Freshman Arts and Sciences ' ff . 513 I 5, . if . :gil we f I ALTON JOHNSON Hastings .VII Freshman Basketball. ff' 'EAI . HAROLD CREVELING Norman , if I Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alphag . Battle Axeg Lambda Nug Orchestrag Band. I iq! 5 .ff-rl 'gtg ORVILLE M. GRIFFIN Norwata .I-N l H. G. CREEL, JR. Oklahoma City Editor Oklahoma VVeekly. galil ' 1:4 1 .E J. E. BUTTARD Comanche ligg' Freshman Football. ff? JAMES L. GOWDY Noiwata Congressg Band. I i rg.. Ig-il ELIZABETH ROADS W aukomis l Alpha Phig Y. W. C. A.g Garfield I :Q f . County Club. -' I ln' 11+ J. PRICE GITTINGER Norman 3. . I Kappa Sigmag Vice-President Fresh- 'fill man Classg Vice-President Orchestrag , .11 I Band. ' 5,1 . i gr' l . ICJ-li L. E. CLARK Carnegze 'Air Pi Kappa Phig Caddo County Club. 5, FANNIE GLOSSMAR Carney ' if i ' Menorahg Lincoln County Club. iii' .xiii I f M. A. ROOT Roosevelt I MLXRVIN GOODNER Norman Bandg Jackson County Club. I l LUTHER F. MOORE, JR. Foxboro, Maxsachzzsetls , Cosmosophia- HARRY W7ATERBURY Pocasset I' . N., , w. l I ' .."""1 ' A. --',- Cl' s ,1s,M.,,,,l 5... 182 wi .sf Q I -l ag, 1 J . ,, 'Q 1 r R Vngi, . -'fi' bffg' --+1 i f A I-4 'FF-"i '.??JZ"'VZQ3','3f C h iii CV IQWAW Sffs Eiisg AH .,.?1.,f?-Buff ,1 YQ? 1? ,. Sf, w ffl A . T l E ,ffl v Q :ry ri Freshman Arts and Sciences if H N T PJ' T '?l JAMES W. FARRIMOND Caalgate fr? lk- .1 PAUL BRISTOW Ardmore l lb ' 1 I ELI sql 'H v l , KELSEY C. CLARKSON Martha M in RICHARD HITCH Sterling TU we-E S ! HZ w lfj ' TRUMAN RUCKER Norman 1 5-ff, E Kappa Alphag Athenaean. MARTHA S. STEWART Chelsea QL 1 ', Gamma Phi Betag Eurodelphian. v' . TQ 1 . 1,2 liz? 'A y fs: 'Qi GLADYS Cooxr: Norman M ' Beckham County Club. :iff 3 Y ' 7'1- 5 EDGAR G. YOUNG Norman 14:3 . 4 X., T Q 1,5 QA gk 251 '-Q5 HORACE E. CLEAVER Kingyisher Kingfisher County Club. 4 ij- ' ,Li in if T H. C. BAILEY Sulphur ik. Rifle Clubg Polo Association. if Q31 . jg' 'rf' T, :gl f' MARIE THOMPSON Norman Y. W. C. A. , -5.5 A .. D RUSSEL LONG Chickaxha :fi 39 ROBERT E. CHAPMAN Oderz, Arkansas A jsl qu, Razorback Club. , .rj GEORGE E. MORGAN Erick Freshman Footballg Glee'Club. ij. lk, l C I TH ' ' l .QA JE? l ral : 463 I T951 l A ll u qi I nj 4 lL3lm-fH-'Wi-f'-f--2---if-ff--fafr'--i-f-iff TT rain aaf-, f ,, if T if .milf SE'P'1' 1:9 is, :ry gfu 189 ' . 1-, A . .H v 4 I I .'1 T II E C L A s s E S jq,L-- A 3 ' "':":' J' Ye D "t Freshman Arts and Sciences .,.1 1 JOHN H. BONEBRAKE El Reno ' . s MARGUERITE LANc:En'r Shidler ' .T W. A. A. I Q.: . r '- A ARTHUR T. MEADE Kzngjfsher 5--L , Freshman Trackg Kingfisher County X Club. 5511 M. E. REYNOLDS Tuttle .ji Ijjj Nfl PATRICK J. JONES Harfshorng ANNA L. RENTEPOHLER Norman -.If ' - 5 ailqf BLANCHE TURNER Norman Y. W. C. A. ggi . I J. G. POINTER Chelsea 'Q Y. M. C. A. Y 1 . "P I 1 I' Q "fri V - HI GRACE SWAIN Watonga , W, Y. W. C. A. PAUL C. CLIFFORD Wann gfffw D ff U ff : . H LUTHER W. BOWERS Tuttle Glee Clubg Y. M. C. A. -'I' CARRIE T. MOORE Norman 1 Ui QA-4 PAUL BIRGE Oklahoma Cily X Q . IKE JONES Norman L-'QL I .VI ,N 'LGI L13 L, ., I , ,C ' , . 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ROACH HAEXE MOUSSA Freshman Footballg mitteeg Pittsburg County Club. THEO C. PREBLE JACK CLOVER Sigma Alpha Epsilong Forum. Chickasha K T255 Vigilance Com- Gravzdfeld Tulsa WILLIAM F. SEITZ Oklahoma City Sigma Nug Freshman Football. LAWSON MLRACLE 'Okemah ELBERT C. CLARKE Jacksonfuille, Florida Phi Kappa Psig President University Clubg Business Opportunity Clubg State-County Union. BERT C. STRONG JACK COPASS Norman Healdton SOONER Staffg Whirlwind Staffg Web- steriang Freshman Footballg Zeta Bigmag Carter County Club. HUGH ANDREWS CHARLES BARRETT ROL L. 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' ' 1--Li 4"C f T V X J 9 , 'L' l' f C '-fl l l S ,Fx ,E 4 E-6 Freshman Arts and Sciences N J . I G 'if J , CARLOS MCAFEE Oklahoma Czty ,FP FRANCIS IRVING El Reno 'bl Battle Axeg Freshman Football. W 49 12? 'VI 'fl I X A IU lg' , JOHN M. HUSER Okemah ., , vis ' X ,L JOHN NI.-XBERRY Sayre llqb Pi Kappa Alphag Battle Axeg Fresh-I Il Q? man Footballg Glee Club g Beckham I ,wyf County Club- J ' if n V w ', . W P P25 .eff J M. M. MERSHON Walters Pi Kappa Phi. 33 CLARENCE PADEN Ponca Cily li? VVhirlWind Staffg Y. M. c. A. Cabi- ,253 l' I netg Cubs Clubg Kay County Club, 113, . ? . 1 vb I-f , J eq! J' . lil if . if l KIERAN MORRISON Lexington 'gil I Newman Clubg Cleveland County ' Club. ALBERT N. NEAL Cleveland Beta Theta Pig Glee Clubg Freshman l W Basketballg Freshman Baseball 1 --'J I r" I 7 I5 l .iii . :Elf w tg X CHARLES O. REID M arrzson I' 51, Wai Newman Clubg Vice-President Noble 1' In County Club. J ls? B. VV. BURKHEAD Lockesburg, flrleamas I F13 Razorback Club. fr-P l fi' " 171 J JI, . 1 ,,,.v I .J 1:41 Il S3 DICK TOLLESON Sperry 135' Sigma Phi. l ml' SV! T", li OPAL L. SHORE Drumright 1 1 JE? Phi Mug Y. W. C. A.g Zetalethean. ,J - . I KW lb CC ,1..g?' , . l lil l - Iv? A 'Ja STANLEY SMITH Tulsa L , Sigma Alpha Epsilong Battle Axe. 223' GLADYS JONES Norman lb L A A . Mil Ulf ll ja lux., -- I L - .. . , . L L llQl"lQ . ' 193 - I .YY i 'YN T H E c L A s s E s 34 . T'f??T?f+f'ff5ff'12'i'5:1E'?PLE I .M C . 1 . ,, .- .L 'L....a..Qf..: .,.,,.-.a , L Y. . . Freshman Arts and Sciences JACK MONTGOMERY Cushing Sigma Chi. FRED ROYER Dallas, Texas Phi Delta Theta. PAT LAWSON Wayne McClain County Club. JACK REEDER Oklahoma City Phi Delta Theta. E. C. HARLAN, JR. Wichita Falls, Texas Phi Delta Thetag Longhorn Club. WILLARD REINHEIMER Amarillo, Texas Sigma Alpha Mug Menorah. Bos DOUGLASS Bartlesfville Beta Theta Pi. - BYRON H. SCHAFF Tulsa Beta Theta Pig Battle Axe. Lois KIRK Poteau Alpha Xi Deltag Y.W-C.A.g W.A.A.g LeFlore County Club. Lois E. MAPLE Norman Alpha Chi Omegag Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A. MARIE FOSTER Cushing Phi Mug Y. W. C. A. MILDRED FOUSHEE Stroud 1 ARc1-HE VVRIGHT Muskogee i Battle Axeg Y. M. C. A.g Freshman Footballg Freshman Vifrestling. MARIAN AMES Moorelarzd l'. 11: ,. 194 di' rv' r -a l r 1 V f-I 'fl Q Q 1- 5? 9:7 54 S2 if 1:5 :if 11' li? .,. 1:-' , 1.-:I -if ffl 'Six ti: 5 .O 'El ,Qs , . 'ga ,ia 1"'.' l 'I .,1 x t wp W7 is Ifi .v - " , l 1 X431 -.-2 i l .A 1 1 l U 5 I i tj l fi' . "ii A:- 1, H? . . 3? i.' ' IW f Q, - u F J .t .. :Ill .,, ri . .Q ff .. ..- nj l W 1 -----Q...-,.-.. -,H--. - - -. .. .1-,V .. L,-I T Alu! . Ale E Freshman Arts and Sciences LAURA KELDRICK Duncan Kappa Kappa Gammag Y. W. C. A. T H E C L A S S ES aw w w CHARLES MILLER Sapulpa Phi Gamma Deltag VVebsteriang Pick and Hammer Club. GERALDINE BAKER Ponca City Delta Gammag Y. VV. C. A.g Kay County Club. THEODORE R. LEE Oklahoma City Phi Gamma Delta. TOM V. CARTER Okmulgee Phi Kappa Psig Forumg Y. M. C. A.g Okmulgee County Club- S. JOHN SMITH Sapulpa Beta Theta Pig Battle Axe. HELEN BUCHER Ponca Cily Alpha Xi Deltag Kappa Phig Y. W. C. A.g Kay County Club. LOUISE VENTRESS Norman Y. W. C. A.g Ducks Club. LAWERENCE ROBINSON Hominy Sigma Alpha Mug Freshman Footballg Vigilance Committeeg Freshman Basket- ballg Freshman Track. RALPH G. OBERMILLER Tulsa ' Pi Mu. I EUDEAN DIAL Eldorado ' Phi Omega Pig Y. VV. C. A. TRAVIS BAILEY A Altus n MAXINE WOODRUFF Perry Delta Delta Deltag Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A.g Philologian. LORENE WYNN Ochelala Alpha Xi Deltag Kappa Phig Y.W.C.A. 'ff I 1 -A U -fi A .L i Y Yvwf fi I aw-W: E.vm:sxavawavaEaI924 sQQNeng fwa12z.'.p '. ' 195 L , . A.. J. - r K .I. 1' . I f ,. . V Y ,-.,,?.:.,.7i.3Q.-:fa- ml.. . In i gr R .w ,. I? .. .- 1 5 i it :QQ T-P' T H E c L A s s E s 55 f 1.'kffffff3P?Q'f?Q'E"t.?3'f:f5fif'.g .wif ' " " 'W T ' 4...1l.'.-Q ' -,.:...Y.:, .W Y. '. 1 1. .,.., F.. .f .4 ' - .Ab 1' "T ""':' Y ':"'f ' ' " ug' . A A- A-A -A fb FW ,J o wi :gif l W lx Q., I 'gif' 1 :Ji l it i' l .LQ-' pl Zh., . 3 xg 1,441.4 Freshman Arts and Sciences Eff: . i Q LEONARD BERGHAUSER M014 Iestcr ll-ig l 5 Glee Clubg Vigilance Committee' Pitts- 4, , l 7 uv burg County Club. f l l LORAINE RHODES Porum AE' J .L l 4125 V lag ,iz-"1 THELMA VVILLIAMS Prague w, Q5 l '31 ' A vl MARGUERITE AGEY F ort W orth, Texas Q ' 1 Y ROBERT F. FLEET Terumseh xl 1 Y. M. C. A. GORDON L. KEYS Pryor -N Kappa Sigmag SOONER Staffg Y. M. 'fiffj 1 C. A.g Cubs Clubg Mayes County Club. , " 'N .Fi A .PEW l gi. A 3 , WALLACE F. BRISCOE Chickasha lr! X 1-3 lag FRANK P. LATIMER ' Idabel ffl Alpha Tau Omegag Battle Axeg Pick lgji. and Hammer Club. fi, 1 Fi . Hi 'L ki? l H25 X KERMIT HARDWICK Lexington Sigma Nug Freshman Footballg Fresh- 135. lui .' man Basketball. . -' li ji 52531 JOSEPH MILLER Ponca City Kappa Sigmag Battle Axeg Pick and 4' 1213 l W lp Hammer Clubg Websterian. 3 Qi, IH: 1 l I l , ffm? li l fa 'FAI l I LB ELEANOR CRAKER Brzstofw ' iq W' Delta Gammag Y. W. C. A. l CHARLES W. Moss Norman . ll Cleveland County Clubg VVebsterian. gl ff lic l ,V X l 1? H VIRGIL DURHAM Oklahoma Ciiy fig Glee Clubg Band. lf' Eff" ' 2-3 T. MABEL KING Banner ll gi A32 V Y. W. C. A. Wir Bi? lf? will "W w il Qi 1 l ll A ' - A 'fu C3 N eitl- , 196 Y ..-4-g.9A.-M- - - - -wil 'K A is a A - X 1 ' f fm ' -R X- T H E c L A s s E s J 'ffm , V Y qi V, 7,7 3, , ,, ., -------:'e----'b--- -1, ly i 2. W 1 -Y ' I 3 be? Q, l 1, ' U li n . HEL Freshman Arts a-nd Sciences A il 7 if ' N w ii F l R fi A DORA Plzovosr Enid 5 i Delta Gamma. X 1 0 I .X H. BERNICE CAREY Paul.: Valley Q. Athenaean. f .J 4 FRED C. SHIELDS Okmulgee l ' Phi Delta Theta. l T. 1 4 ? M. VV. LUDINGTON Ponca Cizy l Q Qi Sigma Phig Pick and Hammer Clubg I Orchestra. l. 5:9 ix P l EUGENE VVEST Shirley, Arkansas ld fp Kappa Sigma g President Haskell County Clubg Freshman Basketballg 22,1 ' W State-County Uniong Pi Mug Freshman Ii 4 . Football. li 5 ., . VIVIAN VVILSON Nlarielta i Alpha Sigma Phi. .gi ' W All CLIFFORD VVHITE Hollis :QS Bandg Harmon County Club. his ,I DAVE PRICE Norman Phi Delta Theta. ggi 4' , ' NELL GUTHRIE Norman 4' Orchestrag Y. W. C. A-g Fiddlers Clubg 5 1 .-' Eurodelphian. lla, 7- VVILLIAM B. MULLINS Madill 'fd I Sigma Alpha Epsilong Battle Axeg fl Q Vigilance Committeeg Freshman Foot- E . ,A R ball. Q' ' BESSIE LEIERER Enid ,Ye D- Alpha Chi Omegag Y. W. C. A- EDGAR VV. BRADY A Erick . i , Freshman Footballg Vigilance Com- 1 4 mitteeg Beckham County Club. 9 15. if LEMUEL JONES Oklahoma Cify fq , H. N. BURLESON Norman lb ' Lambda Nug Bandg Athenaeang Vlgl-I A lance Committee. v i R ' R fe err. 192 4 s 0 0 N E Q 11- A--- 1- J H 7' -- - "ff" '7 " ' fd" ' 'W ' ' V 197 5-s.T:4e L. -. .. ,- pN'1ii'b's:fR Q T ..giL.4,"", ll C H E C L A S S S S 'AF-adn 3:1 W, lghjfihiifii - --V ' '1 Y I I l I I I l l I l l il S l i is S 'ie . is ff ISS 61? bs. Tb . :S ea? . 12:3 l .f Dk . l ff? 1.5-l 'ifl l M . qi I, 5' I fe? .s l I l ififl ,Q 5 iff? if 'I xi Q .I F' an p. Rf: fi. fl Q: if . fi, I If 1 ei? ll eff I -is: bb 'l JT' . kg l H ' 941 :K 3 stu W iii l Y? l I4 I in , Wil LT . 1'-If lg, ff? . R13 1 ,IJ I V931 ., wi . ' l. l 3:1 if ., is ' w I , 11.35 . .E . Ula 31, 1 ling jig? I Ita! . 35, ,xx fa I1 .vi .I ' '75, ll'-2: 'l . "ix 7. Iqi ' s I C". L...-,, , ,W 'R LJ. Y - - -:V ----4--e-:-.- K - -.1-Q... ,.. ..-U-.......-..-, 4 X . u ' . '4 Freshman Arts and Sczences X I fbi ANNA FINK Oklahoma City Glee Clubg Y. W. c. A. PATTYE -SMITH Norman ,li in Alpha Phi. .94 YVILLIAM R. MORGAN Hinton Ka Freshman Track. KENNETH I. DUNN Hennessey ,Q L4 .53 ' GRADEN E. CARLOCK Hartslzorne 'X' KATHRYN LYTLE Sapulpa Fiddlers Clubg Pieriang Y. W. C. A. . ld JAMES B. SCOTT Wichita, Kansas Sigma Nu. G. FRANCIS INGLE Marshall Kappa Kappa Psig Band. 'AEE ' .4 " 'I LORAINE COPPEDGE Mcffllesier X Kappa Kappa Gammag Phi Mu .' Gammag SOONER Stalfg Ducks Clubg l Q Freshman Queeng R. O. T. C. Sponsor. '55 PEARL VVILLIAMS Norman si hi H . MILDRED OLLAND Madzll Q? Kappa Kappa Gammag Y. W. C. A. ,Q RUBY SUNDERMAN Shawnee I Sq V Pottawatomie County Club. QQ . n 44 1 HELEN D. ROGERS Oklahoma Czty fi l Pi Beta Phi. I l J- I. GIBSON IVeIlston I ' S .G 'S , . 57:52 'fl SQOOHE F"JffT'l1"f7JZ1f . . - WVNH- asf- .W W- .f - .-we-va.. .iw -.-D.D.,.- , T,f..-:f., ,-,S .,,..:., D , ,f-,fa 198 af I, i . . Q l Freshman Arts a-nd Sciences f P . 1 YV. P. VVRIGHT Oklahoma City 5 N i f county Clubg W. A. A. U. , W ' JESS I.. LARSON Chickasha D-N Grady County Club. i l ERNEST R'. SHARPE Oklahoma Cify if Phi Delta Thetag Battle Axeg Las Dos f Americas. , i gf! ROBERT STEPHENS Pauls Valley Athenaeang Freshman Football. ,I ETHEL ERLE LXSTER Oklahoma Cily W Y Y. W. c. A. 1 L M I F VV. VVARREN TERRELL Guthrie K l Pi Kappa Alphag Freshman Footballg Vigilance Committee. 7 THOMPSON REID Tahlequah u Phi Gamma Deltag President Cherokee 44 County Clubg State-County Union. ' CHARLES O. BALL Duncan P Glee Club. V4 CURTIS M. SMITH Rojf P 1 Sigma Nu. we ' RALPH B. ROBERTS N ofwaia AP D ' X R. S. ROYSTER Wanette . I 5 DELBERT GIDEON Ponca Czty 54 Glee Clubg Kay County Club. . , JOHN E. FLOYD Muskogee --+,Y:.v1-se. 11' -- , , J 4swf-- . ,. . .L . ,...,.. 41+ n-.A- , b. ,, ,, " Pi Mu. i ' HALLIE LEE Norman "- Alpha Phi: Y. VV. C. A.g Cleveland . Phi Kappa Psig Battle Axeg Editor- Elect Freshman Handbookg Muskogee . County Club. 1 i R 'Fil yy E N . if f ' E 5" N7iS454EL?-?2s'i'XA9Zi3:s"9.'aTM i924 SOO N E F? B 1 1 . - - - 'H' .arf WW. T , " , 199 l !.V v'v v:, THE CLASSES l mgr Q 4. Q li iv, A- Kvrf Y 7 H ,fa , Y, -. f-R-,L,,...,,.,- .i,,., A -N . .Q 10 4. Y "'ffKAfLi'if?:1:KDIf . ' ll f f T p H E p Q L-A psp SAVE Syl '-f'ff.?5f-'T!'3t'E?f-?:'3EQw'?'f1"es. U .ff 'L an hz 45 'ij w I' f 231' If if 'I . . ' gg Freshman Arts and Sciences by A .35 v . l I ' as qi HUGH L. MONRO Ft. Smith, Arkansas NE' E? Alpha Sigma Phig Kappa Kappa Psig Bandg Razorback Club. :ag pf: N THELMA WHAYNE Tishomingo it Delta Gammag Y. W. C, Afg W, A, A,3 ge Johnston County Clubg Eurodelphiang H Q Qi' Ducks Club. ' k? l 5 KENNE'fH K. FRUIT Shawnee A r l F Delta Pig Whirlwind staff. L4 V MAUDE DUTTON Holdenfville Y. W. C. A., Hughes County Clubg 5 mg W. A. A. E M if LULU CLARK Oklahoma Cily M T " ' J' Y. W. C. A. rf., EVELYN K. PLUMMER Broken Arrow in l 151-A Delta Gammag Y. W. C. A.g Euro- 33 delphiah. ' gif f. A ' Fil . ' e JOHN N. BLAIR ' Oklahoma Czty Phl Gamma Delta. Am I 1 X 'ggi 15 GEORGE SAVERLINE Wir: U Lf l ig ' BERNICE T. BOOKER Lexzngion ' Q , if ' I Q l HELEN COUGHLIN Shawnee ' D ' Pottawatomie County Club. 7 :gl A F2 A 1 ef si 4 E-3 A. CAMP BONDS Muskogee 53 Eg Phi Delta Thetag Battle Axe. 1 .Hai . fi EMMA L. WORTEN Smzthland, Kentucky eq Ife? Y. W. C. A. 'ATE .JAY by .Fo s if MARTHA B. STEWART Weatherford Y. W. C. A. .911 9.3 9 Ei L. W. ANGLEMAN Kinghsher .QW Sigma Alpha Mug Congressg Menorahg 1 Kingfisher County Club. Q., E53 lui , A 125 F33 . 'A if if' Ee? .. . . A 200 - --.. -..-..... ..--.. ..1.......-AYL., ' iknkiafwwms T H E c 1. A s s E s l E r A ,L fzrdqirn h ? lf! .94 Freshman Arts and Sciences lg.: l .s 4 GLADX'S CLARK Seminole Y. W. C. A. BYRON DECK - Kingfshcr 394 Pi Kappa Alpha. 'gy .I Q RALPH FLEMING Hugo N in Sigma Chig Vigilance Committeeg Las ln" Dos Americasg "Merry VVives of Q VVindsor" Castg Spanish Play. A I RACHEL DEAHL Norman 4 Alpha Phig Y. VV. C. A.g YV. A. A.g glifl Cleveland County Club. 'Q ROGER VV. CUNNINGHAM Oklahoma City jg 'Q Sigma Chig Freshman Footballg Vigi- ,312 lance Committee. INA LESLIE Shafwnoe Glee Club. . 5 CATHERINE PIXLEY Enid Kappa Kappa Gamma. iff MAX R. THOMPSON Marlow in' Kappa Alpha. lil ELEANOR KINCAID Henrycita Kappa Alpha Theta. is HELEN VVATSON Mcdlesfer Alpha Gamma Deltag Y. VV. C. A.g gs Treasurer Eurodelphiang Oratorical Council. ' 9, J. CLYDE MOORE Pauls Valley ' Phi Gamma Deltag Athenaeang Fresh- man Track. Q . BORDEN WALLACE llfayne 5? State-County Uniong President McClain County Club. Ea if Q3 ,. JAMES B. SULLIVAN -Ardmore 3, i Delta Tau Delta. X HUGH M. SANDLIN Moore L za 5 l , . 1 fy Y - W. .. i ff . W me A V 1 M Y , .. f H- ' aff-JW . a a - A Qp hyaaaassfafaeaefaggai-px 5: 2 4 5 o Q N E no 201 is 7 6-5 rn 4' A 1 Q a 'Qfixi 'I T H E C L A s s E s .-vig? e- v, Avfx A P lil," ' -F C M- f l L. ,fll :LQ.iij"' ,Q -' ."',i'f"A-ff-i-'T Q K - K C X ' I A vi- C 'F ' ' ' I J? 'lf lg 13 Freshman Arts a-nd Sciences 'S 4 . Leg HARLAN GRIMES Norman g Pi Kappa Alpha. M HENRY M. DOUGHTY Oklahoma City if Vigilance Committee. J I 21: P5 ROBERT B. RINGO Nofwata S Beta Theta Pig Freshman Footballg if Freshman Basketballg Freshman Track.- ie ISHMAEL F. STEPI-IENsoN Henryetta 'Q Pi Mu. is I ll f MURIEL WVALKER Oklahoma City 5, Gamma Phi Betag Y. W. C. A-3 t Eurodelphian. ' FRANK N. KEI.l.Y Da-vis U bi 'C 3' JOHN B. FINK Muskogee , Phi Gamma Deltag Battle Axeg Forumg K3 Pick and Hammer Clubg Muskogee lfj county Clubg VVhirlwind Staff. i STEWART MEYERS Oklahoma City f Phi Gamma Delta. 'f MARION VAN GRIETHUYSEN Perkins 'ff Y. VV. C. A.g DeBarr Club. Q JOHN R. WILLIAMS, IR. Oklahoma City ' Delta Pig Glee Club. 5 ' RODERICK RICE El Reno '- Sigma Chig Freshman Footballg Vigi- ' N lance Committee. , 'l OLIVER J. NORRIS Mena, Arkansas t Delta Pig Vice-President Razorback 'L Clubg President Polk County Club. f' X ji H. W. HORN, IR. Oklahoma any L' RICHARD BRECHEISEN Magkogog ff Beta Theta Pi. Il? , 1 . .A-...T , . I 4 .:.f:.iifi3i?,1-, A 'P -I ri . ,ffg,g..1 A , M9 :xi '7'lf'f'1f' ' gf L" 'A Y' t'Li?'gQ' f'W1j. I- 8 50p0F'f E F?f2H'ft3fQI.E-.af-Q53.-Ziff'-3Cfbfniilffssail-liZ.E'FK6ill 202 ........ . . .kv .- - J.-f--..-.Q-. ,IQf1Q'g':I.S"',"" 1, ', li T H E c L A s s If: s wgg-.-ffgf,!'f?2?:'51TfgTI-.iff'sggj P 4 B2 If I ,-'J R , V?" l fl . t I ze. lhf lg .1 5 j . ltd, , ' J.: lb- , Freshman Arts and Sciences I ff. I 5, - D? lbfi I5 , JAMES VVEBSTER Oklahoma City l 'V Freshman Football g Vigilance Com- 'Bill b mittee. ir l TRACY O. Powsu. Idaho! l Delta Tau Deltag Congressg McCurtain l.,. M P County Clubg Mathematics Clubg Y. M. ,bp C. A.g Entre Nousg Pick and Hammer by l Y Clubg Student Council. l I' 'Fl lb ANGUS C. PORTER Oklahoma Cily 'E pb 1 Delta Pig Vigilance Committee. JY I vvoon RIGSBY Oklahoma any lf? X11 X Phi Gamma Delta. gf' lv K l e I Tap V, ' JOE DENNER Enid P Pi Kappa Alphag Battle Axeg Vigi-I ,il ' . lance Committeeg Freshman Football. gk., If'-J 'gl PI-IIL KIDD Norman 2 l Kappa Epsilon. il f l I xlhqx LUCILLE VVALTER Tonkafwa 5 Q", lb Gamma Phi Betag Y. VV. C. A.g Glee jgfl l, 4 Clubg Eurodelphian. N., ,fl ALTON HOLMES Wilson , Alpha Sigma Phi. It lv' ll -li by I S GUY H. PARKHURST Oklahoma City ,X ful iii? HS b H. W. Rams Manitou I I If yy I :-'I I, I Q? CAROLYN VoLz Norman lf" of I ' I J Hifi DOROTHY HORTON Oklahoma City li' I Alpha Omicron Iig Pieriang Y. W. C. A. 1,-Q 3 pgs, j VICTOR BRACHT ' Norman .LL IDIS Alpha Sigma Phig Battle Axeg Bandg I ' I WZ Razorback Club. 7..' l 5.33 1 H I1 JOE W. HARRIS Defvol X Q Z Y. M. C. A. I 'S l 'K - IEZQ 6-Ii' ' 5914 I . U V -.iilqf-ilhi-0?-F -FL-A-?,?3-F' ii Y. D ,DY V V - YY, Y -. 4 K I- I ll l ga,-, 3.-,j4,i.-gf g 1, 1rj."'1 an if F '1 :I -1 rw 1 Q X W : fi: N3,ff'V,k ,,PQ",1,f.-,gg -.ip-. gi -5... .,,vf si fa: J JR! H L 1 1. . 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Phi Beta Deltag Tulsa County Clubg gl Websteriang Menorah. wig, are , 1 KATIE LIGHT Emd 11231-Q Alpha Chi omegag Y. W. C. A.g I f Eurodelphian. pf 5:31 IQ, LAURENE WICKHAM Stroud iii I JOSEPHINE LUTTRELL Norman . if WILLIAM DRIGGERS Chzclzasha jf. Phi Delta Theta. if Q X .I ., , Earl l F 1 ELIZABETH CANSLER Enid Pi Beta Phig Y. VV. C. A-5 Ducks Clubg Garfield County Clubg Entre fair Nous. J I JACK FRANCE Duncan II I Delta Pi. I 2512 H me 1' l la A VPS I BETTY DAVIS Olamulgee N213 f Kappa Alpha Thetag Las Dos Ameri- casg Y. W. C. A. gil", FERRIS ODEN Chirkasha Websteriang Y. M. C. A. ' f 255. li HL .gli N GLADYS SETLIFF Eldorado L ,l Jackson County Club. - I KATHERINE DEPUY Tulsa il I Y. VV. C, A.g Tulsa County Club. T ,' 7' I s .1555 .. -. . - ., W.- -.,. ..., , .aw .,.,-,.,.,.o,.,f,,.,...,,,L-Ji, 12123 it 5 Q U' N F? "lf",i-l'17lff" .Lif'f'.Q2Sf3 7i1'Zi"11'.' Q I 'I-'Lfiffilfq 204 VY..",ifl3FQ'Zl?-'35-XGSITQ rf' f .--.m--:- me-J--,e1--f-- in -- ll al LWT. HVE C L AWSY S E may-J-an--w if Freshman Arts VVILLIAM MCKINNEX' Sigma Alpha Epsilon. CLARA SMITH ROBERT O. SUMTER Delta Pi. Tessns ALBERS FERN ANDERSON KING MCKINNEY Alpha Sigma Phi g LOUISE JOHNSTON and Sciences Oklahoma Ciiy Defuol dtoka Norman Osage M arietia Battle Axe. Oklahoma Ciiy Alpha Phig Zetaletheang Y. VV. C. A- L. H. HILSWICK Htoka Kappa Alphag Battle Axeg Vigilance Committee. GEORGE S. GOOLSBY Alpha Tau Omega. RAYMOND FORD Idalzel Blaclzf-well Alpha Tau Omegag Glee Club. WILLIAM C. HALLER Ulelahoma City Sigma Nug Battle Axeg Freshman Foot- ballg Freshman Basketballg Freshman Track. MERLE VV. DENNEY Sigma Nu. JOHN R. PEARSON .I G Beta Theta PI, JUSTIN WILLIAMSON Phi Delta Theta- Lafwton M uslzogee lee Club. 'Oklahoma City ly I lv TT l S' 2 4 S O -'- Ae! 2 ,eil 1- 1 3.11.-f-'-.aa.K-if rx: , fvg1'.'xv'! 90' ' ff 5.5 'Cf '5-gf'J-f.-wife. - n. ,Iv- I ll Vi. .YQ fri' S if ll' 1 I fi I . X S 5 l Q K 9. 3, .N r y . Q f 36 I .35 l"1l .L N T59 l J lf in le IK' 355. YET K. 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GUTHREY Phi Gamma Delta g Staffg Cubs Clubg Alpha Delta Sigma. Mus. EARL WILLIAMS ANNA HAYES LUCILLE HOWELL LUELLA SOUTHERN Freshman Class. IX A TT' CA H1135-Q-.1 206 Kappa Alpha Thetag Sponsor Bandg Las Dos Americasg Freshman Arts and Sciences Cherokee Oklahoma Cily K eola Muskogee Delta Pig Muskogee County Club. lVaurika M CA lester Sigma Alpha Mug Menorahg Pittsburg M CH lestrr Pieriang Las Dos Americasg Newman Dallas, Texas Oklahoma Daily Longhorn Clubg Freshman Education Norman Callas-way, N ehraxka Norman Tulsa Secretary All- ' 1,'.'+. I 5 l 'r l I I l v I 1 gc 1 l 1 1 A SJ I I Q1 59 fi U. a I, l xi'- . ,F 4 r I A lil, yan .591 C51 A 41' rv' sg. 51:3 M . f 'R' .5 v -ffl, 'Na if 'Q ? I-3 1 Irie Tn .-'H .V-9 1 ef, - 'Tn Af.- .4 'if L 1" v .x -1 -'. 1 ,LJ fa 4, x J. 1 L L A1 il J. jf? A.. a 2. A . NT- -'S Q lkfi' lt! lil fu .x' S-.s ..- '. U- .J f' if 5 . W-e '- Qzi -. 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Snyder DUANE LANDON Norman 5 iii.: ' -Y , - '-L 1- - --- fi- ' L-if-v-1 1-'f 2' ' ""2R273Qi+Z'i?f4ffs5',1e,.'9,'2135.Q'55Iiif1?i?AQFSVEEQQQ5 I9 2 A1 D N E E' 1 f 207 lf' l lb 1' 'fl ,Y-LY. A A 1 , ifi-mfaismffzfzffaxz-Asn 'r H E 5? L be CLASSES fl, F?-1--n-I---11 - zxlhfb ,iglg-'lawn ,--Y-Q-,ls-i AU hr, . sow M If -l will QI I' l P l l FJ' ' l l bl es 8' 5 4. ,C ll t , ,l D il iq!! dl 'P r Q, gl if rf ,cl in fl Q S. l 5 Es Ei F1 l 52 bfi . 3 'Fe Qi ll 'ii ' l 4:2 1 ff 1, 5'-qi l 'td ' by l -chef Elf? U2 . lf? if ' Ci , I E-P ll .1-45 ' 'L L - , ,,- ,, ,,, ,L Freshman Engineering C. CLAY CLEVELAND Sigma Phi. JOHN M. DENMAN Sigma Nu. J. E. SCHWALM Oklahoma Ciiy Independence, Kansas Pofeau Delta Tau Deltag Le Fiore County Club. DOYLE MILLER - Shawnee Sigma Phig Bandg Pottawatomie County Club. THOMAS C. WALL Engineers Club. HENRY VVEICHE RUSSEL WHITE Grady County Club I. E. TRUNZLER Y. M. C. A. J. VVILKERSON HoovER Sulphur Ilfheatland Alex Oklahoma City Norman Engineers Clubg Polo Association. H. LOYAL VVELLS HAROLD J. FISHER Engineers Club. LLOYD T. SHIELDS Engineers Club. M. H. BUTLER LYNN E. BARNETT vxe - -- ---7 --'- 7 W . ,T-,4.,f,1f-W -- --V., - : , Norman M CA Iester- Tulsa Brinkman Waynolza .i..,.f,..,. .mai .5 l nf Ira?-1 5 ooweviz--iff:-zdiaffx-effsisfsfwnzqzef 208 THE c s fxvfvggmw.-3 Freshman Engineering PERCY B WILKES Ileafvenrr CLAYBORNE M VVILBANKS Allen V1 ilance Committee. JOHN: H VVHEATLEY T ulxa Battle Axe' Freshman Wlrestlingg Engineers Clubg Indian Club. STEWART RINEHART Drumright Creek County Clubg Y. M. C. A. CLARENCE JASPER Engineers Club. PAUL AMSBURY JOHN ROGERS Roosefuell Ponca City Arzadarko Pi Kappa Phig Pr:sident Caddo County Clubg State-Ceunty Uniong Engineers Club. JAMES F. GIBBS T ulsa Pick and Hammer Clubg Tulsa County Clubg Engineering Geology Clubg Golf Club. BEN H. LUMPKIN Razorback Club. ELMER C. DUNCAN W. L. SCOTT HERBERT G. ROLEKE Newman Club. . .g. l L. J. GOWLAND JOHN I. GILBERT h Prgyfolt, .41-kansas Duke Sulphur Oklahoma City Oiltorr Oklahoma City unite- - , 4 4 , - ., L i J, IQQILSOONE Pr Q, Q, A gy- fgfcgg-.om V1 ' L HE CLASSE S -L-are fy Freshman Engineering TOM BULLOCK Artesia, Nefw Mexico Freshman Football. DANA BOYETTE Lawton Phi Delta Thetag Kappa Kappa Psig Alpha Sigma Deltag Bandg Engineers Clubg Comanche County Club. CHARLES V. NICKEY Artesia, Nefw Mexico H. C. MCCULLOUGH HEBER HARRIS Davidson Oklahoma City Acaciag Secretary-Treasurer Masonic Dorm Associationg Student Representa- tive Board of Control, Masonic Dormi- tory. OTIS L. STEVENS McCloud T. A. MCCOLLUM Helena VVILL A. KIRVEN Wynnewood' Engineers Club. CARL DYER Bristofw FURMAN PURYEAR Lexington R. JUBAL LOCKHART Mangum CLIFFORD STEWART A 11115 EDWARD H. BEAVER Oklahoma City VV. KARL RITTER Mangum Engineers Clubg Greer County Clubg Band. N 1 210 " " .:.. EL, I ul ,V I T H S S L A S S S S .TI . - ww .,.i...... ll I - --H 1 - . 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Y- W- C- A-S Brush and 1" 11 1 1111,111,11,1i , 1 1:1.1,1111'11111a111:1a11 ,111 1 E? 1 1 111113113111111115 1 ? 1111111111111111I1 51 111 Palette- 1 1? 'HS W gg: I W 53 xii Z ELLEN LAUCR M ena, Arkansas 1 1 11 1 Pi Beta Phi- 1 1 - RUTH STANDEVEN Tulw 1 1,15 ff Kappa Alpha Theta: Phl M11 Gamma- gi 1 fp 4 " 1735 51 L 1 EM A 1: -1-Q -Y-. --.. r -v-A-if W L, :.. L .f.Y 1 , we:-Q 1- ---,.,,:- -,Y-...h,,,,Li,: 11. . -1-, L Lx ,Y Y? Y W Y -Yi Y 'Ti' N lf' . 1 xlf'311'Y'i.'Lg: 1f'vfx'1.':1 ' 1 , .ra r"c'11.' F5724 30 QNE W 11153 flfQ'5QfQf2'Vfx1?ah5aWZ5 0351 -- -H' ' ff' - W ff Y 1- ---- ff I f: 1- ' - f- ,Y L-, ---..:,.L--f: , ,, 5' g ,L , , , Y Y , ,, L4 212 HAZEL RICHTER Pauls Valley , Y. VV. C. A.g Glee Clubg Garvin County Club. VERDA M. WYCHE Tulsa . " ' ' ' "" "iq , - - I - T H E C L A s s E s vgt,+!'.Qv,y E, f...l-J . -. ,...m P.. ,.... ,,--.Y, ' KY, Freshman Fine Arts GLADYS M. Dm. Eldorado Phi Omega Pig Orchestrag Philologian. Louis RUMSEY Picher Phi Omega Pig Ottowa County Clubg Ducks Club. MARY ANN HILL Nashville, Arkansas Phi Mug Zetaletheang Y. VV. C. A.g Brush and Paletteg Razorback Club. Alpha Xi Deltag Y. W. C. A.g W. A. A. LOUISE BRADBURY Chicago, Illinois Y. W. C. A.g Entre Nousg Zetaletheang University Club. CATHERINE GURLEY Blackwell Alpha Chi Omegag Glee Clubg Glee Club Readerg Kay County Club. DOROTHY KELLER Pafwhuska Entre Nousg Osage County Clubg Fine Arts Associationg Menorah. Lois HUNTER Pa-whuska Osage County Club. GUss1E GILLIS Wynnewood PEGGY K. MYERS Norman Glee Club. REBA GOULD Cherokee Kappa Phig Y. W. C. A. OLIVE-SULLINS Red Rock Meletaniang Y. W. C., A.g W. A. A. FAY F. GIBSON Yukon l Alpha Gamma Deltag Orchestrag Fiddlers Clubg Canadian County Club. 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A-9 Indian Clubg Zetalethean. u'f'.'l, 1 Lf If 4 Af.. sis-, MECAIKCKVA 'QPMQ' Lil-.il T H E C I. A S S E S ff' ---- E ."'I - 4, J ' il Freshman Fine Arts l js! . Il 25... I :Jw LoUIsE SI'I'l'ON Duncan l Chi Omegag Orchestrag Fiddlers Clubg Stephens County Club. MARY ANN KENNEDX' Enid 5, Kappa Kappa Gamma. I - I P fig ALICE MCGEE Oklahoma any DRADIE M. HANNAII flpacln- V, ci 55? . X ANONA BIRDSONC Cachz- Alpha Phig Glee Clubg VVomen's Octetg Mixed Quartetg Indian Club. El l LULU MILLER Norman B' Gamma Phi Beta. :E 'fi X MADENA BOOTH Norman YE X Kappa Phi. P' X JULIA J. HOWELL Oktaha 34: Y. VV. . A. ri C lim gl " VIOLET GRIFFITH Calumet Kappa Phi. ff,-is AGNES M. SMIKA Shawzzea +3 l Orchestrag Fiddlers Clubg Pottawatomie 5 - County Club. R. VE, LUCILE DELZELL W aadfwarfl gg, FLORENCE HENRY Xlnaaonda, Monzana E25 OLIVE M. HARDY Prague ' Brush and Paletteg Lincoln County gg Clubg Y. W. C. A. ls . ARCHIE B. WILKINSON Garber .-fl I, .L ,.,,..... ..-L.,W.,, .... . A . , , EH: HSL -f'.lfQQ.'g. 1123321 . fg' 1. " I5 .2 13 5 ffl ff' 3' V. 5-3' ncaa N.-....,,.hu..,m-,....A. ...U ,., . -.....--,..,3.-.,::, -r-Y, A-. .. M,- 215 .ei 454 C. 42 6' V W xg-M-by Yuki! i Q,,+.-...1. . 11 -ax ..i' ,......,1..4.::,Tg 3E3Wf1'A1ii'5-2"'Eif'gii'7f3"4'ff4' l T H E C L A S S E S ' Etzgfzzmtmimsszx. J Fmt? 'fmg-'viii ""JQ1' 'a+-'Q ' Y v 123.5 ' mel Q A 'AQ A 4 123. l 4 H Fx 3 J ll I 1 ' N ,gif p Freshman Fme Arts Q6 mi , 5' Wil 4 . A, A v 525 nie A 5191 ESTHER MCCANDLESS Perry ' F W Kappa Alpha Theta. EQ G. MARIE PHELPS Pafwhuska Q L? 411 Chi Omegag Y. W. C. A.g Meletanian. .L A A Q , F 1 lg D 'V MARQUETTE PUGH Lafwton is Gamma Phi Betag Eurodelphian. in HELEN BRITIAIN Drumriglzt 'iq p al Phi Mug VV- A. A.g Creek County 964 Clubg Y. W. C. A. E sd 71. Q4 GRAYCE SCHOONOVER Nefwkirk lQ ", Alpha Chi Omegag Eurodelphiang Kay ?' ,S .J County Clubg Y. W. C. A. A MARY E. REEVES Lindsay A l Y W. C. A. 7 l Q, ,l ' Q 'il ' Q ,bij ELIZABETH BEAN Franris S1 , GWENDOLYN VVYATT Woodfward fd Alpha Xi Deltag Glee Clubg Pierian. 55 . -. M 4 N all I X - ' 125 VVILLARD B. RIVES Oklahoma Czty 91 Qt, l, Gamma Phi Betag Eurodelphiang Glee Yi . 'Q if Club. " A vw . 9--: THERESA BENNETT Favgfax L Alpha Gamma Deltag Y. W. C. A.g gli-9 Indian Clubg Eurodelphiang Brush and fq " 'lvl Palette' Phi Mu Gamma. '97 T l l i J W li- ! pi BERNICE L. JOHNSON Greensburg, Kansas Alpha Chi Omegag Orchestrag Fiddlers Xia ling Clubg Vice-,President University Clubg ,Q Y. W. C. A, lcd G4 3 JOYCE E. BURT Sapulpa fgg-p Pieriang Y. VV. C. A.g Brush and 1- 3 P l tt . ' C" a e e I 14302 will A if A FRANCILLE CARL Muskogee , 53 : 5-E132 l Pi Beta Phig Y. W. C. A, 'Brush and f Paletteg Muskogee County Club. V' . A , i Lllix Y lm-ii 1 'fill 45.15 l V.-f. . wa I .www L.: .. A - . ...L - ,.-d,- -Em , 7 , ' ' wf'-SAN -7 ' .7. -' .3-: rm.: 'wir ' . -fl-L wi. 'f fab. ,LQ D A -.WL -,AJ if L-YQ.-'fig H., an PAUL J. SHELTON Hanna Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alpha. ff W ln. gl .5 QTQQN 5 .:f:::r.fa:E.2f.iEi1-3:25 . , .LEAK ..e.., , ,,,, - 1 216 P .-g-,,,-,. f,-,,,,,,,,,L4,. V ..-Z-ai' YV ' ' " "- " ' T H E C L A S S E S 1 v.w.t.A:f:eQ:5'rs's'f..i1f1:2 l ' "" " -i'r""'T"-i""'r-"-1i':t-N- 7 'jj - ll ' ' 4 'Q' V C CPC .Q 1 . .A . l lf' f S5 Freshman Medicine fl I' l in if Ir . . .4 Q HERVEY A. FOERSTER Drumrzght 1 . Scabbard and Bladeg Clipg Vice-Presi- dent Freshman Medicsg Creek County il Club. l K N is l 'V COYNE H. CAMPBELL Dafvidson My! f President Philosophy Clubg Tillman ' f County Club- fi A :2 n i NESBITT L. MILLER Oklahoma City Phi Gamma Deltag jazz Hounds. ' il ig CLIFFORD W. MooRE Kcoia gi ' 'Ll jill 5. V f JOHN B. MILES Norman lg T: Alpha Sigma Phi. ' PK P G. L. GOODMAN Sha-wnre . l Q z 1.5. IRA T. BOND, JR. Norman .Sl I EUEL P. HATHAWAY Mouniain View rd fi i 4 .,. , CLELLA HoncsoN Kzngyisher lil' , E5 WILLIAM A. VVALKER Holdenfville TQ Phi Delta Chig Clipg President Fresh- if man Medicsg Hughes County Club. ,A 1 .5 Q, tl l l , RIN-HART KIPPENBERGER Thomas Q ' Alpha Kappa Kappa. 15' EARL C. CHESHER Norman wg Phi Kappa Psig Mystic Keysg Inter- W1 . L Fraternity Council. Vg l 3 V.. 4 if b nfl n 1 MARION E. SHEETS Tonkafwa i Q? Kappa Psi. BUFORD B. ROBERTS Blair 15, l i age b i W l . , 1 ww, I tc V UAW Y W f H. I ' C M -- 5 'iigzli ' "H "f'7.- .-Ti.-.l"2.T,. .Q .' ff " i' " " ." -I f. e'S.,'f6.iveief:22f3F.iS-i2f.?9:f.3f1.EfEsf.'3wi2r:i. I 9 2 4 S Q Q H E F? A 4 217 T H E 1J-'f"Rf--r.'- c L A s s E s Freshman Medicine ALBERTA P. VVEBE A Oklahoma City Kappa Alpha Thetag Alpha Epsilon Iota. MARGUERITE MADIGON BAKER Oklahoma City GORDON D. VVILLIAIvIs Weatherford Sigma Alpha Epsilon. GERTRUDE H. VVILBER Boulder, Colorado Delta Gammag Der Goethe Vereing Zetaletheang Y. VV. C. A. DELBERT G. SMITH Edmond Sigma Phi. VV. VVARNER BAKER Enid Beta Theta Pig Alpha Kappa Kappa. CECIL BAIRD Blarkfwell Pi Kappa Alpha. JAMES E. ENSEY Norman Acaciag Pi lvlug Beckham County Clubg Forum: Polo Associationg Freshman Football, '20g Freshman Baseball, ,205 Major R. O. T. C. BRUNEI. D. FARIS Oklahoma City FANNIE L. BRITTAIN Oklahoma Cily Alpha Phig Pi Zeta Kappag Alpha Epsilon Iotag Y. VV. C. A. ' I, 1...r 1: is ff.4r1':,-vfvf.Q p. 218 I AI ii IJ! Q ' L 'IJ l. Isl .,1 J: ll L, I 'I ',. '-I Il ,, RT? 'JT RF ff I -'Q M 2- ,Efll fs' 'lf .'-I Il ' vi I ml- ,N L97 L 'Q I I-Ii I -H WI 'I .ajvu 1917 .Ig- xi' ll' I fl I Q I . I 2-I l I iv! ll "H I I.: Ii.-f l Lf? L I My I-if P5 1.7: IQ- I Li 'ljf tg 1 ' .lf In Qi tif' I5 Lf? Ln tg? v JL 2 H? l fr. li? . Q" 54 ii Ya, S ff.: if - Q: ' 9 5 43, D' I 43 fc if rg. calf 21 5 f- 'E V233 F. iii .Qi WX D I LI , A-'V MII ,l..-L 0 Freshman Pharmacy HERBERT 'YORK Y. M. C. A. PAUL K-.ENNEDY Sigma Alpha Epsilong Freshman Foot- ball: McClain County Clubg Y. M. C. A- LAWRENCE L. M.ARX Pa-www Vigilance Committee. M. G. PHILLIPS Waurilm Band. A. I. CRABTREE .Ynzfirzel HOMER D. SKILLERN Allahu Kappa Psig Freshman Football. JESSE DAVIS Higgins, Texas PAUL BOREN Slzafwnmf MERLE TALLMAN Norman Sigma Phig Bandg Glee Club. U HAROLD BERD Pi Kappa Alphag Kappa Psi. ELLIS A. HUSER JAMES N. CONNER ESTON WALKER GLENN D. PRATHER l L EZ: 'gif' wigs: .".-,Eff-'-',"' '-- -If-. f-.f --.' -,T ' V C3- '-JAff,.:w'pL.N-E..' L1d1"?-wp. ."f I. Y' av' -. , THE CLASSES'lh"!' IIZFUHIIOIII Purcrll FZ. Gibson Olzemah Chicleasha Blair Roose-ve!! 2-1-SGGPIIEV? ...II, A 219 H , fgnnxii , ' P I- 1 t' W: , ug. l E' f .Ie E use ag, 4 . :fi I Freshman Pharmlacy X' lg: ESQ Q51 ROY F. DAVIS Shawnee iss! Sigma Phig Phi Delta Chig Battle Axe. 'gl ' MALCOLM SMITH K Fairfviefw Kappa Sigmag Ilfhirlfwind Staff. 33. , I S1 ll 5,, GLEN MCDANIEL . Blackwell Kappa Epsiloing Battle Axeg Kappa I 5. Psig Vice Presldent School of Pharmacy. if ff? Wil 'U . 11 DELON E. EIDSON Boonewzlle, Arkansas sigma Phig Phi Delta Chig Bandg Razorback Clubg Mortar and Pestle ' - M. C. A. p E Club, Y. i , l ALLEN J. BROWNSON Chickasha I p Phi Delta Theta. ' :I 5? We N ' GRANVILLE PBARCE Moore l, W Alfalfa County Clubg Apothecarian. up . Ib I '24, Q1 ' P l JESSE W. STUNKLE Carrzer X MAYNARD REAVIS Shawnee 931 Alpha Tau Omegag Battle Axeg Treas- urer Freshman Pharmicsg Congress. Wi I F. H. SHACKELEORD Wynnewood Kappa Epsilong Phi Mu Alpha. wi , M54 Ifgf I X H. C. AACHERD Holdenfville 71 if 1 RANDOLPH MCCLENDON Yale Sigma Phig Battle Axeg President il Freshman Pharmics. I-if I slr A I L.- L- -LL afsp sg I9-24 SOON ER 220 . S. QQ.-','Z-'lE..-f-172 . U'-1 vd I T H E C L A S S E S - 'I -' I Q ,,, ,ii . , . , . , . ,dw Ijjfr -" Y .ff Ib Al 'XI' v I ' ' ' . I, I 'I , I, J I I I I X57 I A, LGI I E W II I fr -3 'T- . T -,.,. .W-fic, W .A I M. - .L 1: -N, 35 1 I ' ,IQ ffgifif- .. 3, I , fu , - - -f ug. 1 ,:-'y".. 4, ., " ,4 1. gg ,Q , 4151 W A xf.5'lV'. "p ' 'V ,, 'ir I 'If 253 I, I f' ' I . I II A U .1 -x f 1' . I ' " lan ,, 22251 'I.E,+l+f-I ' - ,H . I . x-,Qi ,. AA 1 V I kb l I IIN' 'if ' ' VAX 5 1' " ' - , ,- 'a A - , ' , 3 if 'Z' ,.-11,750 , I 1. ' Lf. I --f T I -. Vf i ' ' cf., I 1 .., . IS: Iiiw Haw I 'Q' IW! XPII x.'a't 'FI rg 4 I ,U an Ii" sa? I-Q91 IQFII Iggy 'QU Ii I 4 :gh I .1 zkll, IPA ,Iwi ' 5521" '-'r :xg-, IU' C4 , IP? I 'Ji ' , Igq I 1515 I I 5:2 U VW 4, WF In IQ?-I wc' I 1 I 'vi .fo Ilfl Ia II I I Sli If c 1: I pf?- -nv fv , 4 III 1 LI' I .QT WPI I 145 I 25:1 I ,N .555 wxziqg. 1' 7 .Ig I f .en , V' ' 'z.. I' NF Qgwgwfxt' QQ: ,Q ,,.: ,.f.:L4, gg,-. Eff :qw , sf ji ., , , . 5 I I an .awk 'A I JI' . , If ,p ', 'U 'P 'Q flfgwg 1' J.. M2-mg, 1 , 1. L . ,'-. as - .5 1 ,TI nr ,, R I I L l L 221 TH IDLE l2lcrl" I I I I I E I I I I I I I. I I I I I I I :.'i'fifl'1. , f. 1 , A I , 2 LI "cr if H -rf .li ,J I in ,If F ir If' -I nr I an -1 Li E, .G I 1 if rv 'f -I' I -' 'w v. V is 4 ' , fi' . ,KI 'A HISTORY V. Fr 1' -C. ' ' A' ' Q' I in w.,,, . , ".- --.Z . F-1-'f -if Q "Zi?sw"' fm N ' -X, ,f,..-, . gyffwx, fs s ,., X-ix , wi . 1 f ts" ' V- . - s, - , - - 4 i Z1,i'f+1?:z,Z?ZJ : , ,.,. M -..4. ,,.. , V sau 192. I 'f fl" ' l i',I,.-,, '- ,.,t,,, , '- ,.,..jgb4-1. OKLAI-IOMA'S HISTORY CHAPTER III THEN the homesteader in the prairie schooner, his toil worn wife beside him on the seat, his ragged offspring 'peeping out beneath its cover, frayed and brown, while in his heart there lurks the age old dream of building in the wilderness a place called home. Choosing with care his prairie claim, erecting there his sod house rude or cabin built of boards, turning the prairie sod and planting corn and wheat, putting out trees and flowers which shall grow and burst in bloom making the sweet air sweet- er till the desert place ceases to be a desert and becomes a land of happy, busy and contented folk. .'14, 222 ,-" A11 , A '. 1 f.,,.1f, ,, O. , 4 40.1. - gg, . U' ' J' 1 'f .. 'A' ' O 0 Q 1 f O ' ' ' wjkjf . 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F-, f' 3 -W X ' A , ,, f N we Q X K w pf if ' ,yfwix-5,..,Q. . . 1. hk.a,.,, .fW fi? typ, ,lf ,, ,V f x, A , E, N-,fl Nglsp h4,g :h5,Q1 gl Ik ,' K . cj ., P fl , x 1, I f x,.- ,lg 5 , wp 1 ,f 5, , X 5, Q. . .W Ax fx H- 1 I' K - A 2 Q., -w . 4 WA 9""" " -w"' -ku' ms ll L, X- 213 -1f i?!1'. ' X '21 L 1:55. -Z-,Q , X1 . Y 'kk -1 ,- JL: f' M 1- :L-., Ulf.: W. 1 yftlz An -,I . g . 1 ff' '--' 1- J ': . 'nf' ' H2 Q! N 'ZKQQ 4' -'Ili -2 1 -- .5 . - ' .L , 'Q Q-xulfl. 4 l "if Q I " Vg. 1 15' X ' ,," - 534 - ff A, ,K N -5. .V 3' fi, ' 1 "M , Q 'I x ,-'-2.5555-?14f ,j?fgc51..- :Br -,Q- .V'F'-1.1 Q 2 1 'sfgeiai ,. f2,,f.1i g,1Jg..., 1 4+ 7217 - J? 'jgfiii' ff? 39-'F' ' 2 1 ij - - in H 1 .15, Lif' 1,4-Ji I , 5' L 'JS - - - - -- s TY .-. ,. f- CAMPUS LIFE D. D. M. C. l l v lg 1, -....-..-..s.-.,.. ,. LIKE Hiekering shadows these, the- unidentified guardians of Soonerland, Creep through the night, appearing and disappearing, vigilant and sleepless, like ghouls and gnomes to the violators of tradition, as from the distant lluldrou' hollow comes the resounding Hwhaekn of a barrel stave, echoing out on the still night air. ADMINISTRATION HALL QUIETLY the long evening shadows fall and the hollow sound of footsteps resounds along the empty corridors of Administration Hall, While the dark green of the ivy continues its stealthy search of more cracks and erannies to plant its delicate tendrils. 225 CAMPUS LIFE i?,'E.Q. A P' Y" 1.. .1 V :- PROPOSED STUDENT UNION - If .. . 1 .M f. ,f,f,l-V rf-gi, . . i l ,f, S fl , V , 14, , fa: wi Q , ' - ' ' T -- gq1':5?z.e's1,.:i':3,':gl:,, , ' 'Q ' . ' H 3 - fi A 1 , V ii E ' Ev '22-il--ll . N 3' XX he ,Q 5 A O ., kO Hui ,. r ,E ',f, 5 1 , ' ,--' , f '-waz.:-1.r11lKzf""f?-fi'-fa - G ' I Q? 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A CAMPUS SCENE LIKE in a fairy garden the Howers and verdure stretch lazily to greet the new born day. 226 "W" w Qing.. rv -- , 'l"'1-f'-'-.wr ' , , -, , 4 4 H, .1 WaJ,i,.,. V, 'L I . .17 'Y-U 4 - .Q 'YW Y A 1 ...J - 'P - ' wffx rfg- CAMPUS LIFE -Ww- -.1 ' ' Q' 'k..,-,- -W' . X f .. . vi ., 0. 'QL " W' ' -.1 I N L, Lx. V 1 H , ' - 1 V S u fx f 5 ' I 17 , ' ' 1 ' 4 . , . ' Af 1 ' u , 5 V1-x, Tag. . -.4 I 5.,,i,4. K.. .ff V b is - -.3 ' 'ff- i K A - - ..-4 .rv ,rmgf ,lj Ci 8 . K Af I I 2-v 'A .KH . 1- 'r gy ' , 1, xx wx 'N ' W !l.V! R , ax-: fr -- ' . l ,A it . A. ' V f' :K F -. 'Q ji.-1 : ' ' Mfr l I fx X xl K 5 A I xx H I .it r R 'J' ' , V.if,.,f - - , ,vw V A Y, -V XM - , ,. .A R 2 gk 5 5 ,. I , ., . 1 i l , V 2. 1 1 , . g M , I , . , . , .' JK ' . , 'fg fisa' , ' ' V . ... . ' ' ' '-7 fV1f' 4:'f-' 4 V fp Q, UP? " ' ' 1 5 -' 'YJ 'gl U ' x V? ' ii if E F25 ' ' I ' . 4+ 2 4 , , My my , -1 f , 1 -1. A . " 53f,'T5f . 445' 2 Y ' ' Wig? 1 ' ' 'T' L+. --41 , 'I r 'M .' , ,:"- 'Y 1 W, '- V .rw M ,, ..,,. A b lt- V ,, , .,,....,.,,. ,V ,f ,IV ' -4 I In 55 -,y .' 'f4- ' 1. - - ,A , g . . . . - ,ea 1 tg 2 fx, Sf' 3 Ei 1 f , 1 -, I 1' 1 T .fu ,Q 'Bl A 4 -wfrmh .,... ' ' f ' B f' Q ' . 5. s I I ' . A W , . , , 71 bf -A I . Q i Q49 ' 1 , ' X - . , J 227 Q I .AT v CAMP U S LI FE lil -.fy',f"fJ:+L-fvyi . ,,,r,,. - -X -' , . ,.,. ,Jef -, '- '- ' V ., , .T NE-.-614- g.,,,.'.1'.Iff4L-.- AT THE GAME HERAE may be seen the demonstration between halves at the football game. THE CAMPUS BY AIRPLANE WHILE far above the Gothic piles of stone and the busy streets the gasoline scented. breath of the modern Pegasus breaks the tranquil serenity of the sky. 228 . ' if CAMPUS LIFE M' 'I I x -..-,...' L . U. I X ' ff, f HWY! Ila f A . .Q I l b F. 'F wb? gf Q11 .-fi?-5' ff' f 57 , b 2 , ' Y Hif i, P 5555" - . . , -..J Q f ' 1 . 2' ' .753 CEZEOL lffvp . ' EQ """"" 5 :,,.:g.N i if 'GV mass-ffss - , - ff 1, --- ,w.. .f' gy, . . YQasm2ST ,v,, 4 A Y H ff: , 236721:-2ffg1'f-, , A -A J M' ,, '.. 1. '59-' f 229 1 I A 'A , ,. "1 A LL- A A Y ,,,,.,.C,, E Y ,,,.,,..,-..,--...- i 1 N. 'W . L , , ..' 1 f - .,,. fa . .. .H.e,.,... W 1, p Q 'ei T C A M P U s L 1 F E ' Q,-1 fl ar li'-ly," 7 'Z A ' 1 "T ,14,,,,w,'31,K,33 ..g-, ,,,.., a Q, V -'f - L' 'NiHw'YV- --A-'w4u'4MQm .1 fa! THE ARNIORY AND OVVEN FIELD QU . T - fra ' ' . f, -if gf ' lvii 5 . V va .M pl if .4 li i Q. R4 ' 'Q f T394 1-fi . U R' fig i -li' i 'ls Iflfl '-f. -sg - S? ' lm r -'M' 4 -fra 93 hell b y 1: rp! ff ' fall Qi' fig 2 l Q5 li l 7.1! i :lg N r, Y up -:ul W V, I, vii l' "" r lg li M , . . . . . ' fly HERE reside the rim do s of War in all their martial lor , While be ond the crowd o g ff 1 . . 4 43? goes wild as the Sooners score again. "1 -5. x i - las vw L gf! P+ STATE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL Q lr' ' it gn -' , , , ,. , ' fx T e Q lififll Lil, V 1 if-X ' . ,.... V, A - gf- g' Q . , ' ,:..6:.v:g,1Q- 1 - 1 53 J , .,,V , ' SQ' '.'W A'T'A ' ii iff 1 f.ss ETA' A'-i 1 l a, f T 2 V .,-f- --'- X i f 1 -"" , ,,,, , '-' pf A , ,QM J s's' ' s's' lm, YQ "T- ia: -."' t , . N Vivlhvu H ' Z , is " - "-'- f"' A T fifll Lp li Y '----, 5' ' :.- -' Es. - 5 ' ii- g, Q - 5 fi, J, u -V ' . . . . . . . . . lil' my THE State UH1VCfS1t Hos ital is 0 erated 1n connection With the School of Medicine M25 , Y P P W 3, J, . . - ,J at Oklahoma City. It has a capacity of three hundred beds, two hundred and eighty of Rf: which are available to people of the state unable to pay for medical or surgical care. 'Eg A law was passed providing for care of crippled childreng several hundred have been cared for and applications arrive daily from all parts of the state. The hospital is the Ubi f l . . , . Y ' Q, teaching hospital of the University of Oklahoma. 13 IQ up M ,ef ' ' ' Q' .. , ,f f- ' TQ. ii V 'Wm TFL' "L 'T' ., . il 'IQ 121. rig' 1.3 , i :V 1 .Z 4 21 G C' N EF? up ',fZ3s??fW?fiffig"Hllin1 230 .QW T157 ,.,,I. ! I I I QI I :fa I +4 I3 I 1 7 ' 5:1 I Q I- I .: I 'LII I I I I-.1 I, -, II I I f I I 5- I Y I 5 ' 'K I Iii I 'lf I I M, II I ,Ig I nj ' I I 'ai . .4 I II171' Qi I I Ili? II I "1 . I I '. I -. ' 9' ' I I I' I ' , I I ,ilk I 1' ' IMI I ."',' ' IIIAI ' n' I T,-El 4 f QE' I-W LJ I "F 1'5- 5 ' 5 I I 1 Hy 'I s If II I I H- I I II' ' 547 I Ii-if U- Ip. ' I IU? ' .sa I IMI 'WI II Mr! ,I I '49 ii . 1 'ff I If I QI fag I 'lg I,I.I jf 'I II' IFQ If. I, I".f I-If I I II.-I ,Y an I Ig I I6 I ...N-I,--, I CAMPUS LIN: 32.- ,g-I. 4' 'Sf LJ ,t,,e,,,1,w.,,.,K ,Y Ik In Irie u'..1.,,-, 0' -Q--E ..2q,,- -.-...g,..-., ..,... ..-...gl-B-.-.,.. L,-ae., ,- " ' t - ' J K .-'., CAMPUS LIFE , cfHOMECOiN4ING,' AROUND the oval the Homecoming Parade, led by the mounted Ruf Neks, trends, impressing the visiting Tigers with their noisy demonstration. "PASS IN REVIEVVU I i LED by the University Band, eyes to the front, in Column of piatoons, the University of Qklahoma R. O. T. C. parades with sure footsteps before the reviewing stand. 1 -,-,flgwf 1 f 232 CAMPUS LIFE ' T 55553 2 4 KQK, . N Q F! W W 1 ,fg si 9 1.5 ' A- J ' t in irairxx' "'. ' N . ' 4 Lev' . 5 H3 ' 'A "k E 7,'.'f'fZ'i'9s-5 1 , M-L,,w' w Q- -I xx -f Ai J- H . x t I' 'RENE' Burr I ELEBQE JOU J , -CARO 'JAKE "THE TEAPOT JAQK X Q-ew WLM Rnnusv U1-E0 DALE' Q "" ' .1-ff. 233 f -5-K J Y 4 'Y 'Y . ., 'tv J'- Q J.. Q. Q. W I-. y 6 ,., .-Z L 1 ,V 1, w. f JI., 1' v ' ",-,f, ' -.- ' V -xr ff... '-u,'f",v . " .7 4 1! CAMPUS L IFE ,, 314 iii.-x,,L ' -Rs' 'ff " "- +""Ff'H:fFe' -T fi 3, - s ,, v A ! W 1 w V l.'1v F' 'tif ii "QL-5 Q ' f - 77 .ls Q :FS ,l sf? 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Q. ..5ai,wi+gg. -. f-uf. . . ,774 235 sm 1 -W W , . . - A-1 Fflf1.l?35-'.'i-fe'i'3ff??f:ff'!?- lx H I 5 T 0 R .Y v V V v 2' ,Q--"er"-'r.L1 ,IF',1T5""A"f" ""q'1"' A' 551 f'f', iii! af if , :JS w 5.3 'ffl Fl iii ': f --fl i ,ffff X ET! 2 fa Q M' 2 f' -,af if . or ,s X X ,.,, ,, K4 W QL.. iam- . ,gs .1-.. sa" vi' -:ig V . if, 451- Wl 7 ' A'S HISTORY ,Si ORLAHOM P 'il ' CHAPTER IV A-i i . . AND then the prosperous farmer with his bf Well built house, his big red barn and silo by l just beyond. His broad and fertile Helds, S his giant orchard trees, snowy with bloom bi l or bendin 'neath the Wei ht of apples rosy 4, g g eheeked as are his boys and girls. Upon as his meadows, Wellbred cattle graze While 'Qi' stored Within his sheds are farming imple- gjg ments, of many kinds, and in the house 25 itself is every modern device to make less hard the toil of busy Wife and mother. What a far cry from the crude life of early L2 l homestead days! .gg r l -ls by . 1' I rx f l , 4. 9 ll as iii sq '55 .1 K4 "WS L3 ,jg i all , xii Y .sa ragga-....:Tg-. - .gg r r ,e be ,, .. 4 Q24 500gNgERf2-:'f3-g-am A .s a A '- 236 ,, .. t v - Y A A IJ- Y 'Q Q' ,'l.Ta Q. v 1 l . ...x li f. i AQ 1,1 j ml QA I. VA K -Y V A- x L ,h I Af ,, AOA", 4 -40.1. - - Alizigk .""gJ .Afziw 1, A r A 'um' v A f 5 A ,A 3 .4537 if - A A !f?z5l n-AV ' A' Wi - I 9' ' W 4 545 QA Q, A f N A yn Z- P sf jlr 1 :A V' 'rv-A-9 X N4 fm QA, A gig A ifpam KAL L A WNV. 1 XY ,.-iz?-..,'g.AiL X -x' ' .A' 4 '-X 5523! ln," l WI : A ' Hiffvv V: Zu- wfs ffw -1' A - . : - .-wa A s " .-5551+ A fr' ,All L bizigi ' ll T1 A ITU ' L, f ,----V :1 A.AAALwj'a, A,,AA I U un: 4 -T-A ,QA ,ft V -- . - T-45, v -A L ' ' V1 3 -nw?-M, - - A .-xr -Q..-., , 'N:: 7 fir ' 1 ' i ' '::fxLS'N "",l' iv 4 I ' l 'V A r ' ' Iv 611 55" qff F f? Af: fi: plggl -f f le 4: ft- ti 5 Q I I - A953 ' A P 1 ffr f f v'f'. 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Q , 1. . in dv ,N is 95 Su Cf' P ref Q- fi if ? s N3 52' S. ff S15 L12 tffji' g a 63 If fi' iff Iii 43, if 15 fd JE 1:5 1 ,, la fha C 3' li - lfx, fx? LL 5 4 f l x i if 511 4' v3 if er 7 .2 f 'l I v lit 1 1515 fb .f .11 ,1 l 1 1 l I1 1 1 l 1 l 1 1l ,1 ll Q 1. 1 l ll Q1 tl l 'Z i l g A I-V ig. .Q . , . . 1 l 1 ass? 1 WU WW - BEN G, OWEN , . Director of Athletics IT is with great pleasure that I look back over the athletic history of the University of Oklahoma, sprinkled with great success and dotted with reverses. lt has been a great struggle growing from a child in swaddling clothes to a member of one of the greatest conferences in America, and I attribute this growth and success to one dominant trait that has lived through it all, good sportsmanship. Whatever else is said of Oklahoma, it is said that she is a good sport, a good loser and a gracious victor. That is the spirit that brings victory even out of defeat and that above all else typifies Oklahoma. Good sportsmanship involves playing the game for the love of competitive play, regardless of the outcome, in order that youth may grow and broaden under thc influences of the rules of the game, learn teamwork and discipline, sacrifice, and the spirit of living a clean and Wholesome life for the love of it. If . W., W. QW. 2 1 1.,--.5-. , . ' F' "+1 239 . ls-.,. A T H L E T 1 c s , - A' ,s133Q,'-'.',' 1 A Y ,V W 16,55 Thr' THE RUF NEKS V. Miss "Bill" Potter, Cash, Ashby Cantrell, Mason Billings, Griffing, Tims, Hufbauer, Sidwell, Wagner, Danvers, Vogle, Camp, Hanson, Detterly, Lamb, Robinson, Morse, Godfrey, Phillips, Hargis, Baker, Keys, Priestley Bonebrake, Schultz, Parker, Ferguson, LaMa.rr, Bishop, Sanders, Hodges, Morrison, Pickard, Goggin, Trosper Smith, Freeman, Webb, Kemmerer, Cornelius, Sutton, Egan, Creel, Jackson, Dunham Ellison, Mitchell OFFICERS JOHN CANTRELL . . Royal Unshaven Nek WILFORD MORSE . . Royal Unshaven Prince BILL POTTER . . Royal Unshaven lnk Squirter CARROL SIDWELL Keeper of the Coin of the Realm 240 I I . I I I I l I II I I I I I I I . Y-, , .. V . --- V -, IEE-3'Q,Q'f"-'TYTT-' l-,X I--I A T H L E T I C s " I I I I I I I I I ,I I I I I 1 I . V, V 'Q-Ljb,-1, HA' -V Y- 4 - - ., B - -.- .4 4 u 'El THE JAZZ I-IOUNDS Yi Ingle, Long, McDonald, Moore, Talbert, YVest, McMillan, Parmenter, Barrett, McConnell, Groom, Hill, Lee, Boylan, Leahy, Fox, C. Davis, Clover Fulton, Q. Davis, Marshall, Lynch, Monroney, Ligon, Standeven, Dulaney, Smith, Baker, Haas, Sommers, Nix, Thompson, Hotfman, Ames Scott, Snell, Hickey, Hemphill, Grant, Bell, Wimberly, McCarty, Price, Montgomery, Martin, Cook, McCul- lough, Douglas, Brewer, Jackson OFFICERS "Doc" FULTON . . . - Lead Hound NEAL SULLIVAN . . . Trail Hound CHARLES DAVIS Keeper of the Bones I 7, I W4 Sg.3.-II-Lal' if Q, , . 24-1 I Ii' I 'I 'I DI DHI ...I I ,,I III ,-I -ll ,.I I-I Le,- ,lx .!, If I I .-,J I I J, I. III lx. I'. I -I I:II K ..g f , , - W V - . . ' .A -' P-'ffl-sf' ,,,-r".f:ff!1f--12.011 , .W A .T .H L B T I C S gb ,. .4 1 A.,-JL L , ,Ling ,M Ti ll-M --LH :Ei .7 I I5431 44 Fl? fr 3 uf- A ,I , 'iii I Q3 5'- if I I . V 1 f :wg ,.. A F" ' 63' W , 51. ry . W f yr 1 - 'M 1, 1 1-.1 X 2 ' 1' QV N 'Ti X M L, Qi 143' lv' , Mt Ei V F 'S . Q-Ze If H' P jx i 55' 1' git E , I W 4 " STU? " . !'.3?i milk ! '35 :QM I ?4 I f ,- 5-Q 1 'Lf fry? M H 53,152 ., 2 -: "X R I I :Q 1 gg, 'ti - 3'2- 7 W. -' - , 1 l . - - s 317' '11 if I . E. Ia, 'Fl F 1' A W ' 1 fx A A59 i fn i - -f u . Ar 5 , , .N I u Q 'b . , . , xv!! , i.1: Z 'ff 4. 'fl 5 'ZH x S, I .V 4 24,43 'I . QW A f :if , Q 1 fi . 1. K ' 3 ,117 5 ff' l V' 515 . li 1 . , ' gg? ,fn 2' . if '." Tl , '.,m Q . g,.k,,, ,..i, A ' , -M il 1' . ,.-,,.-, -77 ,,:..,. 3-,L 242 3 Y ,55'D D?l7 iii ATHLIIIICS , .v, J,-,A 'x 'H - E ff :xx --""'k 1 Lg? I 7 J, W rw ,-ir . I 'Mx ,I fxf' ' 243 ATHLETICS FOOTBALL OKLAHOMA FOOTBALL COACHES q BEN G- OWEN IiUGH V. MCDERMOTT H93-d 008011 Assistant Coach JAMES R. TOLBEM' EDGAR MEACHAM Line Coach Freshman Coach 244 -14, ,:: ' Y " ' i -"'-' 'gmff' 1 ' ' NNT- T I H Q P I I I I "'h 1g'yj,5Qf5 Q2iai1br.bg A T H L 13 '1' -1 C S -A 4 Qi g"f S' ' H , A, I , I , -- W .L ' U 2:4 1 4'-3? 1 -1 1 if Q IS 's as , 25 9' J' Afi 'SE . 'EQ' 3 I 1.1 . 1 egg' P51 's lv 2,1 Q 1 1 l 1 :gli Mia 1.1 1 3 l , 1 Q1 Q . fi 5.42 is 1552 15 151 W! 11 if I 22 1: '57- 1 9? 1, if 59' ff Qi 53 I 'iii tr? 1 -:gf fi: 11 lf, +6 3-if 13551 1,5 1 FOOTBALL ,23 1923 FOOTBALL RESULTS OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA O NEBRASKA 24 62 IVAS H I N GTON 7 12 AGGIES 0 3 KANSAS 7 13 MISSOURI 0 14 TEXAS 26 20 K. S. A. C. 21 20 DRAKE 26 14-1 OPPONENTS 110 OKLAHOMA "Bic JOHN' "MEX"-Sooner Mascot Frosh Boss wow , J Z4-5 n .' ' J. si ' ATHLETICS,.,,11,. k-"NYU 5 la ' f- I , . . . . 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' ' g"' 4 ,:f':x:"-:,:s' -1 Wa .5 f. ., f-.-.VM -A 1,3311 ,.sfJx,JNf2F?f,,-,.,.-L -Mn..d'9-Ami! , 24-6 l A TI-ILETICS FOOTBALL Pmic Haxrmrcrvt' Anadnrko 1923 SUMMARY THE l923 SEASON proved to be one of the most disastrous grid trials for the Sooners since their admittance to the lllissouri Valley conference. VVhen the dust of the last battle had cleared away on Thanks- giving day, Oklahoma was credited with three victories and five defeats. ,W ,. ,- ,MY , 'f.g??'.Q.f- .-:a'.f,5 ,, yj ,gQ5 f'fQ'fff7"f "77,"" ' . T, :.g4.r11.sie.+11?i'-'rf'-f?.3Zl:'-2-I1 , 1 'Vik' 'r . ,-1 ,7 513, -1- ., .:ss.r.,,ff1gf:sj",, -..- " --- ' : 1 ., l A-:f,l.M,f.Af,5:,? ., rx L -. ,N x -, z' V, ,:gg?y,,..,-,415-Z.: ' - V .xr stu? I , f'-' '32-"W, ,, ' '- I " HTXVISTING THE TIGERXS TAIL" Cixifraix Hfxamiiirzr led the Sooners at halfback and his steady playing and able leadership proved to be big factors in the strength of the team. Hammert earned his second letter in l923 and has been an outstanding figure on the gridiron during his two years' service. ,LR .1 VA' . f "HOLDING THE LINE' OKLAHOMA Og NEBRASKA 24 THE SOONERS got off on the Wrong foot in the opening game of the season, when the strong Husker eleven trounced them, 24 to 0. The first two quarters were hard fought but the Huskers came back strong in the final half and put across three touch- downs and made a placement kick. Time after time the Sooners threatened the Nebraska goal, but costly fumbles and lack of punch kept them scoreless. r 1 ri"' ' 247 5 .bg -59 its ff. f' A T H L E T I C S ff ig rg rl--'-'L '- - - i HM,-Y Y , Vrcir, Lg Vg.-V -Tn-L Y,,, ,A -7. ..-' 'aa--Q...-a-f-sei?-ii-Q-q F -,X v sc-V S 'E 1 5252 l Ji I IJ 'S 3 'f L' l Q.-5 , .gif 1 Fm? ,QP 3 is ,S W Q an FOOTBALL il., "Yr" " HQ sa X .L in 5 Q 1 in , is :N 'Sl 'fl' BRISTOW' is commonly known as "Obie" gf. 1-gr but many Sooner sport fans 1ns1st on call- ing him "Sheik," His consistency in ter- ,gi .v ' . . . . asf f rific line smashes, puntlng, passing and de- if ... ' .1 Yu 1 fense gave him a place on the second MIS- 'ml fi' Q souri Valley eleven. Bristow will captain ml the l924 aggregation. l ' Ah u lr- ni 5 i hw sl arf E31 , is ei? l -W1 l GORDON BRISTOVV , f? l Ardmore inf? 'i if' li-1 iii a-'l . lf? ef 1 Lf-5 WITH his third year service stripe, Eddie 'fill .-,, A finished a brilliant career for himself and . i U y .5 rang down the curtain for the Johnson iff, fb' Eg brothers, who have added glory to Sooner gif: fgli football in past years. Eddie can be com- '-39' 1655 14 IL: M mended for his level head, his broken field FF . . . . . si gay running and his pass grabbing ability. L ' ' if l i it f .rl 1 EDXVARD JOHNSON I Norluan OKLAHOMA 62 5 WASHINGTON 7 as-M-Q -'-raa W -asss - tsi. as 1 f-iA.4- f .3 Q ' ' ,, V . ,fx is i I . Q ' 5 HOPES in the Oklahoma camp were re- N' ' fiiii 'si i I .-.1 l vived after the second game of the season, 'X .5 , when the Pikers were put under foot by gif Lf" - 'W r rf! the heaviest conference score of the season. All eyes turned to the coming battle with lm! W., ' 1 fl, lVIissouri, Whose grid warriors had held 5 Nebraska to a 7 to 7 tie. The dope pot was ipset in the wild rush of the Sooners and the Tigers were taken into camp, 13 "lf, 75. to 0. lil: .QV l f.' J HSOONERS HOIJD NEBR1ASKA" l 'Z-. 'J f: N l .vig 1 L . N,-, .-..A-.-E a , ,-.- . 1- 4, 5 5 ,g"1 x-.511-.4 ' , A --'jf-j,.f'g5','-'3'Z - '- L- , ,.1 ,- ,,.., -g,,,.+-4.,iv' 248 l T'-F""l?'T7"7iE'4-O" '11 A T H L 13 T 1 C 3 11 M'i'in'inH' 1 1 1 1 1 B 10 .P1 I 1 1 ' 1' 11 '11 11, 1 1 fi 1:11 11' 111 11 11 1- 1 11 .1 111 111 1 1 1 1 , 11 1 ' V11 11!, 11 111 11- 11 ,1 1 11 1 11 1 I1 1 1 1 11, 11 1 1q,, S, FOOTBALL CLIFFORD BOYVLICS Norinn n "YE1N1El' finished his second year of Soon- er football and will be back in 1924. Fast and full of nerve, he could always be de- pended upon for a gain, and occasionally, he was on the receiving end of forward passes. -Zz . 1? 'KOKLAHOMA FIGHTSH 1 . -Lena.- aJ-.w-., ff -H V. .VV, am' V -.- TEXAS sport writers referred to Bowles as "the big blond-topped Sooner guard." Bowles Hnished his Sooner career with three letters and a reputation as a place- ment kicker and kick off man. Coach Owen will find it difficult to replace him in those two lines. EARL PIENDRICKS Oklahoma City 'KHOMECOMINGH GAME LOST HoMEcoM1No DAY brought thousands of visitors and a heavy rain to Soonerland, and the Kansas team got all the breaks on a muddy field for a 7 to 3 victory1 It Was the first loss that has been marked against the Sooners for the annual homecoming since 1916. ef 1 Q'lQf'i'l'f1f-'?43 1-crm : -1 . - V - , ..-. ,-a,-...- if . .UV ,wg 249 nl 1 1 1 .4 11. 'af 1 1 1 1 1 1 1f-'11 1:11 1.1 1711 1 I1 11 1 1 V 1 1 1 1 1 1 151 .al 1 1 '1 11' 11 .3 11,41 1 1 ,il 11 1 1 AT FOOT HLE.TICS BALL HSTEINYH settled down on the left wing for his, second "O" and will return for another. His play did not border on the brilliant, but he was dependable for his con- sistent defensive play. "Steiny" got united in wedlock and is acquiring the art of dodg- ing rolling pins. LAZELLE WIIITE Drumright SOONERS 125 AGGIES 0 CLINTON STEINBERGER Chickasha WHITE used his great bulk and fiery fight for his second letter, at tackle, and has checked many enemy attacks. The A1924 squad will welcome him back. WITH one of the strongest teams in the history of their school, the Oklahoma Ag- gies invaded Soonerland with great hopes of victory but hard Hght and occasional breaks of the game saved the day for the Sooners. In the second period, the first touchdown was registered and the rest of the game was evenly played until the last five- minutes. Defeat starred the Sooners in the face as the Aggies advanced the ball to the ten yard line. On an attempted pass, Johnson intercepted and ran 90 yards for the second touchdown. "RIGHT END' BUT WRONG PLACE" 1 r 250 I l ATHLETICS" FOOT BALL James Picxrcxc Altus KING was given a place on the first eleven chosen from teams in the lllissouri Valley, something which rarely happens to first year men. His strong defensive play at end will give great strength to Sooner teams for two more seasons. rg 2 ll ? ' l '..- " e fg,u.,,: . - '. --.,,fi.n- X, I -zpf.-ff t 1 ..,. ' Ai' Q. .ef .H-' 'W ef- " f 4-i.,4.g -'11,-" , .- 1 , ---- ----'--1 -' A 'st .. I--T. - -' - .:..:: vz:::i.::f:3af:m -' 1 v - au' V . - , 4, 1: .2.-g:g:3gf,g,:fv-V-sas:-241" 1' ,Q,,a,,,.,., , , . gf- ,.: ii:-gg:45gf5s,fw5i?r.z3g53f:5:-:gag2 ' V, A HJOHNSON SNAGS A PASS" t -1, "jimmy" sprang from the short grass country and has earned two letters at guard, with the intentions of taking a third in l92-l. His steady work and hard Hght made him a member of the regular eleven. I 4 lm l IQIXCISFORD PRICE Fairview OKLAHOMA 143 TEXAS 26 OKLAHOMA opened up the game in the Longhorn pasture with an offense that threw fear into the Texans, but fell short of a touchdown as the Texas defense strengthened. After exchanging the ball several times, the Longhorns staged a stampede for the first marker, which was soon followed by three more. In the last quarter the Sooners opened with an over- head attack that carried Texas players and fans off their feet and put across two touch- downs. Texas fans stated that it was the greatest forward passing machine that had been in operation on Longhorn soil. h 251 1 4 1 1, A 5-rf ,Q A s .. V ,,-.,, ...,..,,,..-...-.,,,...-....-, -.1-1'-f---,Y . 1 1 f1w---..........-....i.vqv- F 1.1. .74 hi. Ag. 11,76 is MS? A T H L E T I C S 3 . '55 V' - A Anand'-T 'FQ' rt"r:3- ff- gf ' ?' 'I' ' ':"""""""'8'E'i"1 1 f ' S L l Z J -5 - 1 . I1 1. , 11:5 1' 1 if Q51 FOOTBALL 1 l 1 1 . 2 1 1 rr" 1 1 l 11 1 1 s 1 1 3151 'ff .pf 1,51 lg 1 X 1 1 N . . . . . , ,QE BECAUSE of h1s fightmg ability and his gig tgp. . . E l ,921-1 powerful phys1que, John was given the ll 4 f "F " b S f ' 111. name o irpo y ooner sport ans. gl 5 J . ,Rl 113' "The wild bull of the campus", proved a 13,1 H, .1 .:.' 1l valuable asset to the Sooner eleven, and ik? 1 . . . . 19' great tll1IlgS are expected of h1m in hls two X - ' 1 lb li remaining years. MQ -1, ' 1. X531 fl 1 W W? pig ,ti , 1 JOHN Wrncox T1 1,512 Bixby . F' 1 -A if 1 in l -Q7 M l 1 1 l 5 1 41 S51 GUFFEY made a worthy runn1ng mate to , . h 51 1 p C1 YV1lcoX at the other tackle and as two N Q K1 more years to give his services. Guffey 3 1 worked at guard in one or two of the ' 1 1 , i yfg' 1 games because of vacancles there. l' Q 1 9 1 '. ' Big 1' 'iq ,Ez 11 Hi l 1 1 159 1 si , ' ., 15? 1 Eff M515 511 my 1, Rox' GUFFEY ff ffm Shawnee . A E 1 V - QQ M 1 -, ,.,, . , .. .....---..c,. ..,,..,, Wa. , PL! 11 lg Q V , , in E1 1 ' , 19" 1f'-31 if .. fag 2 ' 111 1 , ' 1 1 - V :W F "isp V , i L -A 1 i '51 ll fi- F ' f V 1 i' .P 139 1 1 SOONERS ARE NOSED OUT Q 1 'wr' ' 153 . A31 . , E1., f ,. 'f'-71 1 , Qzfj , if-1 141 AFTER a great forward passing battle at -1 1 . 1 " ' 7 - ? 51 - i 'Q11.",? 'ii' 1, -5: 1 f 1 Nlanlmftan, the Kansas Aggles Won from SS Y ' . fi: 'i if L25 fir? gi' - S1 135,-1 the Sooners, 21 to 20. Oklahoma failed my , '63 . f 1: w:,ff'2:s, .amf 2- - '- 1 fa I to make the extra polnt after-the last touch- ---1 ,543 1 1 'fir down, and were beaten at the1r own game, ff?" ,, 1 M 11,39 ' HV " - - '11' . 42351 iff' 1 r 1'! the aeflal. B1'1StOYV,S yard run fe atu 1-ed lg,:I::-' 'gif 1.15, ,.-: l 3 f ' 552 V the Contest' HLONGHORNS HALT BRISTOWH if l J L13 lu ' F5 Q. 1 aa, 'A h 1 , 1 N i X ' f --'- -- Q rv - Y..- QF- w..-..--6 v- -J 1. I-L-... , ' 4-'G Z7 CJ "iff"-5 El-IH f" at , , fs -4' j1eji11?g:i Ig.,g'9E'fA'QSl1 252 ,ff Di v i e I vi 5, . 11-' a ,-, Y 'gr All "7" " Y ' ' ' 'A-T il-4' ' 'V 'il AM--if A T H L is T 1 C S i D gtg? 'K Q fl 4 T,,47Y 7.3.1 :pa .ey f . ,,V. -A """' ' 'g"""""" 1 f i :I- wi 'si i lay im FOOTBALL i 14 " Pi i 5: il i i , ' W lf' ,iii 2' l y J " . I E., wb y "RED" took his second letter at center and lag itil will return for his third next fall. Al- thou h small, "Red" put lots of fi ht into 'TE' 9 g g the game and could not be equaled for his v liiiilf y . 31 I E ' 5 noise. ffif l 3.4: il ' is K W , i i I5 . ., i Wi Q! D i .- P3 QU: l GLENN HARTFORD ,yy Oklahoma City l V it 541 . , y I 9 ' HPEANUTSH made a worthy assistant to T If Johnson at quarter and should be able to ' l . . . . . ."t L li fill the position with the ability of a veter- e i. an next fall. He will have two more years li? N . li . LJ i 'Q ,, with the Sooners. an my 'fy 'gi ' V , Emma SLOUGH Ardmore I ' 1 T . T lei . H V f w i r Q 'K X OKLAHONIA 205 DRAKE 26 -T .Si ii i THE 1923 CURTAIN was rung down on y -' ' Thanksgiving Day, when the Drake Bull- dogs made the Sooners for a turkey dinner i l' and a victory. The Sooner lineup was 2:51 somewhat changed because of the ineligi- 43 bility of two players, but Lamb, a substi- llgili tute, covered himself with glory by his heavy gains, and was responsible for rnost li 'T URETURNING A SOONER PUNT, of the ground covered by the Sooners. ,ta T 'tl ,elbifsw ,W Will V251 rar lag i, X SA l iii f -D LJ, aa. sm- EDT-, s,,.W,s , , WWW.. D, ,W , lf? E4 S 253 T 5 AT HLETICS FOOTBALL . ALFRED MCFADDEN earned his second let- ter at center and will be among the candi- dates when the l924 squad is called out. "Mac", because of his size has been a real factor in the Sooners' defense and has alter- nated with Hartford in the center posi- tion. ROY LAMB Ardmore LETTERS AWARDED EIGHTEEN AT the end of the season eighteen players had qualified for the football letter. They were Captain Pete Hamrnert, Dale Ar- buckle, and Earl Hendricks, halfbacks Gordon Bristow and Roy Lamb, fullbacks Edward Johnson and Elmer Slough, J J quarterbacks, Kingsford Price and Clinton Steinberger, ends, Lazelle White, John VVilcoX and Roy Guffy, tacklesg Clifford Bowles, -larnes Penick and Edwin Brock- nnan, guards, and Glenn Hartford, Alfred McFadden and Lloyd Fleming, centers. ALFRED MCFADDEN Weleetka LAMB worked at fullback while Bristow rested, but because of his punting and large gains, he was used often at half back. "Goat" is good for two more years. ' is m HHENDRICKS MAKES TEN YARDS" , TE" 'A 254 v-Q-ag-gig!-Q, . . ...........W,..,-...a-.,,,-, v,..,, .ayff--...Q.....,. l.- n4.,. ,zip ATHL13T1csg.a-g- FOOTBALL THE second "Sheikl' on the squad acquired his football ability at Wexitxvorth Military academy and made his letter at center with the Sooners. Fleming is a first year man and has two more years to bend over the pigskin. LLOYD FLEMING Hugo DALE claims that he is no relation to Ros- coe, even though appearances are against him. Dale snapped his first Sooner pig- skin in the VVashington game and ran 70 yards for a touchdown on his first play. He will be back for two more years. l DALE ARBUCKLE Enid BROCKMAN earned his first letter at guard and will return in 1924. His giant figure and his work in the line made enemy back- iield rnwen look elsewhere for an opening. l EDWIN BROCKMAN Tulsa ...,......-Y ,,M,, I .--'-alifiux' 251,23-fi iifihijvr-.5 r2,.f.g:t1:g.'., 1 - ..s, am, f 6 ,, ., , W,L,c,t,.MQ-,wmmf Wlumg 255 ATHLETICS FOOTBALL TI-IE 1923 COACHING STAFF McDermott, Meacham, Tolbert, McAdams, Owen 1923 FOOTBALL SQUAD Tolbert, Wilcox, White, Penick, Bristow, Owen Hendricks, Brockman, Hummert, Fleming, Bowles, Guffey Hartford, Lamb, Johnson, Price, Arbuckle, Slough 256 A T II L E T 1 c s FOOTBALL JOHNSON DOYVNED AFTER FORYVARD PASS 1 1 SOONERS HOLD NEBRASKA FOR DOXVNS 257 1 .1 -W .f 36 K ,rw .x x . f L+ X- X -AX,,,,, X ' 'J "' I-egg X . A T H L f f A Y, C S L- v f X X , P9 HF' ., . 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A1 f 5 51 X- .5 ,g-,V .A .EX J 4 , fait in A .-.QQ C7 N E, Q ..1,. .3 si: J ' hLfLi.iQ4Qf31v.' 4.L. , . 73 ' R' ' "'f'+'fSiZ'f.Sfi':3Va-- "T' 'TJ A A , 1 L 258 AT HLETICS W il" 1 ' ' T ""P""!"' 1, n- li "il- ATHLETICS BASKETBALL THE 1924 BASKETBALL SEASON THE 19241 Sooner basketball squad blazed the brightest trail for many years and finished a brilliant season as runners-up to the lhlissouri Valley champions with thirteen conference victories and three defeats. Two non-conference games were played with the Oklahoma Aggies and both were victories for the Sooners. A Two of the three defeats came early in the season when the Oklahoma team was in development, before Coach lN'IcDermott had found his wrecking com- bination. Nebraska took the Sooner team to a whipping at Lincoln, 35 to 21, early in the season and Kansas nosed the Sooners out, 21 to 19, at Lawrence a few days later. However, the Sooners got revenge later on when the Jay- hawks invaded Oklahoma with thirteen basketeers. After winning thirty- four consecutive victories, the Kansas team was halted and the Jayhawk feathf ers fairly flew when the Sooners triumphed, 26 to 20. The Oklahoma team had developed into a regular combination with Wheeler at center, Wallace and Dunlap at guards, and Ruppert and McBride at forwards, with llflorse, Johnson, and Goodwin for substitutes. Near the end of the season with Ruppert and Dunlap on the side lines on account of injuries, the combination was broken up and lVIissouri won a game after an extra five minute period, 25 to 21. Johnson and lVIorse are the only outgoing men on the squad. Captain- elect Wallace, Wheeler, and Ruppert have one more year and Dunlap, Mc- Bride, and Goodwin have two more years to work on the court, and with this great team for a nucleus around which to build his 1925 team, Coach McDermott should be able to land the Sooners in top place next year. 260 1 A'l' ll I. l'1'l'ICS BASKETBALL COACH HUGH V. McDERMO'r'r graduated from the University of Oklahoma in 1920, after tour years of "O" service as an all- around athlete. "Mac" coached at Shawnee high for I1 year and later studied under the famous Zuppke of Illinois, and the follow- ing year was added to the Sooner coaching staff as head coach of basketball and assistant football coach. C:xP'1'.xix ALP1-Lx JOHNSON ended his Sooner caging career and earned his third letter in one of the most successful seasons in Oklahoma basketball history. The lanky center from Helena acquired an enviable reputation while basketeering, besides grab- bing a Pe-et pin. CAPTAIN-ELECT FRED VVALLACE earned his second letter at guard after getting his First "O" at forward last year. VVallace was a -unanimous chOice for the Missouri' Valleytquinqtet and his shifty Hoof work, team work and accurate eye were factors which were responsibile for the great strength of the team. El Reno sends him up for another year. 261 T H L E T 1 C s BASKETBALL VVILFORD MoRsE earned his third letter at guard, after being shifted from forward, and has closed his Sooner basketball career. l'Wilfi' also gets away with three letters in track and an excellent record to look back upon. His home is at Blackwell. RICHARD WHEELER, center, is an- other contribution of El Reno and has teamed with VVallace for eight years. Dick got his second letter and will be back in 1925. He was chosen as center on the third team of con- ference stars. MAURICE RUPPEIl1'.C3fl1Cd his second letter at forward and re- ceived honorable mention in the Missouri Valley for his work- "Doc" ran up a fair score during the season by his accurate shots and his ability to make goals from the rebound. Sand Springs will return him to the Sooners for another year. 262 an ... ul rgywgn A T HIQE T IC s BASKETBALL FLOYD MCBRIDE, a first year man from Oklahoma City, led the Valley in scoring until the last game of the season, when he was nosed out by one point by Benz of Grinnell. t'Mac" was Chosen on the first team of Missouri Valley stars, something that rarely occurs to first year men, and he is expected to prove a wonderful asset to the Sooner live during his two remaining yea rs. Joi-IN DUNLAP, Shawnee, shared the guarding with VVallace most of the time, and had' enemy dribblers puzzled for openings to ' the basket. John occasionally ventured to the middle of the court and added points by loop- ing long ones. He will be available for two more seasons. 'E 12 4 4, Q .v .v .., -t Q- ..,,,.' I ,, ,,., ' 5:75. , : " f4 ,Z - , A -X 1 dx-: 1' ,gf DEWEY GOODWIN worked in most of the games and displayed his courting qualities with the ability of a veteran, although it was 'his First year on the squad. He will return from Anadarko for two more years on the court. 263 "1 AT II LETICSNT- THE 1924 BASKETBALL SQUAD Vxlallace, Ruppert, Dunlap, McDermott BTLB1iLlE, Wheeler, Morse, Johnson 1924 BASKETBALL RESULTS Oklahoma 34 Oklahoma 29 WOklahoma 21 Oklahoma 44 4Oklahoma 19 Oklahoma 32 XOklah0ma 34 1Oklahoma 32 4Oklahoma 37 YOklahoma 43 Oklahoma 21- Oklahoma 26 Oklahoma 22 liOklah0r1r 37 AOklahoma 21 fOklahoma 26 Oklahoma Z7 Oklahoma 505 Oklahoma Aggies 22 Kansas Aggies 15 Nebraska 35 Drake 28 Kansas 21 Nebraska 20 Kansas Aggies 22 Iowa State 17 Drake 27 Grinnell 31 Washingtoii 19 Kansas 20 lVIissouri 20 Washingtoxi 26 Missouri 25 Oklahoma Aggies 21 Grinnell 14 Opponents 384 kGames played away from home. 26-1 ATIILETICS F ' 'n ' ' 'L'-f f" f A K W J E 4 i I Y u 1 4 I I w N 265 .gs . A 'i g A ATHLETICS ,f,1g",L.r, ' THE 1923 BASEBALL SEASON THE SooNERs closed the 1923 season with a percentage of .750, and were placed second in the lVIissouri Valley, The conference pennant was captured by the Uni- versity of Kansas, with a seven-game schedule, while the Sooners fought in eighteen battles. ' Prospects appeared very bright as the season progressed, as Oklahoma had thirteen games credited to the win column, and one chalked up on the other side, while Kansas, the nearest bidder for the Hag, was credited with three victories and one loss. On a heavy road trip, the Sooners shared even honors in a two-game series with the Nebras- kans, and a two-game series with the Kansas Aggies. This brought the Sooner hopes down considerably, but everyone expected the Jayhawks to lose another game before the end of the season, which would drag them down far below the Oklahoma stand- ing. But the Jayhawks fought steadily and won the remaining games, which gave them a percentage of .76O, and the Valley title. Coach Will Owen attributed the loss of the pennant to the "jinx." With four dependable moundmen and eight sluggers, any of whom might break up ,a game in a pinch, Owen produced one of the strongest baseball teams that has battled for Missotiri Valley honors. Prospects do not appear exceptionally bright for the 1924 season as five men will be lost to the squad. Although it will be easy to find men to take the place of the graduating players, Coach Owen will Hnd it difficult to develop a "wrecking crew" like the 1923 aggregation. ' Owen, Aldridge, Durkee, Marsh, Groom Bishop, Johnson, Morrison, Briscoe, Phillips ' Cornelius, Fox, Archer, McLaughlin l V , - 4 266 A O 1+ W, Lay - 'I '- Q ,-.,"j.g.".,L.fj.j,,1' Q A 'I' H I. E 'I' I C S -Wh ' . iffy' i 1 e ' ' 'r i L L 1 "' 'R- , ' 43. ..,.L.....1'1 , , . , , ' , . 1- V' 1 ,LJ , .-'- Ti l ,uv ' I . 2 - S? 1 3 ,, , 4, , A el egg BASEBALL ,,, if l '.i r - f -.1 1 ' ' P13 it F -. l 'Qi i , nt" ii" , i gal L., l 5.1 f'-ef 3 lfi fi - l I 'S' if-71 f S 1' i Cz' ' X- C.xP'r,ux Maumee MCLAUGHLIN hails from Norman and gave ff' 1 Iii "' is - - 1 ' ' VR Q2 his services at the second sack. "Babe" had a little dilhculty X: dvi f in connecting with the pill during the 1923 season, but his ig 1 I :S f ' if spectacular fielding was a big part of the Sooner antx-hit 1 . I Ili ,. 1 . 'i ' ii, movement. tif 'f W'1.' lli- ' L, - i ' gl wk f Ii, ' -,fr-Sl if A Y? 1 ,r-',fE ,gi-1 ir' 'fide "jj, ' 972 ' :gal if Rai? 0 'X , iiiti I1 , v1 i ,P ' -, 15 . . i 52 -' 'Ll i :P .Yi 15 l : I i ' I fi- 1 ' Pl ' L1 lr! l , l I V '- .1 1 152 ,, Coacn VVILL Owex, Bennie's + ffl , elder brother, came to Sooner- 93. f D" ai' . 'il fa- 1, land wlth a baseball career of "ff X i 4-x ll V' . -3:1 I I F iz.-f " 7 ' his own and was g1VCIl the ji l S-, . . . , 3 l lip - coaching job on the Sooner dia- W mond. During his few years of V Q". il ' gi ' coaching at Oklahoma, it is easy i i .f- '1 ' to see the remarkable ro ress .QTl' , 'E P g , A.. :K made each year in Sooner base- A ball. Q. X ff ,V I. 62? .ark X' ng' V l 41- .. 'I '5 l fr i i 5: A I , Q. is L i L f af 'L W A X ,i I, , 1 , f -gg, . my i i " Wf'in.Q" f m i.-'f r l 2 i' , ' '- ' , 1 l , 1, L.-'J' 5? 'a 'i . Nj ' . 'iffy j' -I VT pf, t , I - ,. W 'ti il L if S a i i ' Xi H, . i if ' CAPTAIN-ELECT Dave PHILLIPS played his early baseball in X 'iff 'l Hastings. His heavy hitting has sent many of his teammates 'REB 1' across the rubber and his third sacking has robbed enemv bats- 'mil aff. men of many hits and runs. Dave will have one more year to , lf: f lav for the Sooners. 57' l B. i P M, A 1 -J ' 1' i iii? ' f it' li ill l i A A J 1 3 'Q y "i gf f SSI gf , 'fg i 5 i il 'fi Q A 'uf . li- . i -1 -4 ' up i . in ' if l ' 2- ' ' Sf- .L L: if e L sf L --s.sA..s-..s.,-.,...- ,s.,-, i,,b,,, mo, HL,,,,,,c.,Le,,w,mu iff i - - fa. i ' A sf -A -. -. .e-:sf ei.-X-. W V , f . ... . W , . ..-, , Q l,mg'?3 'ixvi-'23, E 4 5 O N E R ' I - "Q -' it-x :Qs a ill- Q.-'.'. Ju. a'-.,f'1'12'i:a- .FQ 1: -A li Y Y .Q 1 .--1.--1,-.W3.1,b-- --We L., .VY , . - a Y v 2 -.-- ..-..,v..g- 4. 267 4 f"Y'5f, .1 fffgt 'VL- ' "'-U -sf. , -H ' 'ztefh W' ' , f- .9 ,V btw, ., 12 - -v .rf-Q. .. .. J K. - 25 213' fi' , as c 'V . .5 . g . ,J -gap 'z Q' 1.-6 ,,. v r- f- ' . TW . tn.- K. ,,r' L L II c satfft H f r H '- A T H i" :Qf1Q k --3 .H . if" BASEBALL JIMMY ARCHER came from Corsicana, Texas, and served the Sooners by playing a utility role. He will be available for two more seasons. 'iv' 4 ww, H.0WfXRD "TARz" MARSH, left fielder, played his last year with the Sooners and captured the con- ference batting honors. After the season he was signed by Okla- homa City in the Western League. Marsh was a member of the football team for four years. His home is in Madill. if tx , A Q' -. Q , , fi JN' zgfwiat lffwwkw 'V ' ' 1' fi' - 4"' 1 RW5 5 Wr it -Q, L Q QM?t2wm . . 1, -L : Q12 A' ' ,115 ' Q ' .xg .1 4 A vewmwq ' ai .1 Jw 61 " n f' XX CLARENCE "RAM" MORRISON, Norman, finished his Sooner career by handling his share of the mound work and turned in a good pitching record. Ram did not take an interest in the diamond sport until this year, but he grabbed three football letters. 268 4 , , 1 f-fowl-L A T 1-1 1 E '1' 1 C s .-' 1...- 'H'-II 4l',,, I W'-'cv :amp l . , S s . ,Q E., , BASEBALL GUS F. JOHNSON, Oklahoma City, earned his second letter with his slow curves, but will not he hack for the 1924 team. Gus seemed to be quite at home on the mound, and his coolness and great determination made him a big asset to thc team, and when hits meant runs, he hardly ever fziilecl to hit. JACK DURKEE made his second letter by sharing the mound honors with MOfYiSOI1, Aldridge, and johnson, and turned in a fat average. "Tex" favors Brown's Mule and Wleleetka after the Sooners. ALBERT Biuscos, Hollis, played a big part in the success of the Sooners by handling the short stop hole in fashionable form- "Hap" took his third "O" and his baseball equipment to Guthrie in the Oklahoma State League. -'ii 269 f , , fe.. J V X I I, 4 I al .QI ! 1 ,fl if A,,g fail A , . . Q i ,fu . 3'-l , " n f , f X T 'gy' R al .' Y' , ' I ,X A , I A fir ii, fi L L L' i ' 'rf'- ll A , ,Af A A 'T N .,.,f gh is f'!?f-:f , .-, A T H L E'r1 C suits? ' ei-.yy - f 1 , ,.-."f, 997 BASEBALL tossing the apple across the plate and turning victories. He has two more years to play. f t .. vs? , rf bln the first sack in Hne style all GEORGE FOX, Bristow, held down season and used his big stick consistently for the Sooners' ad- ' vantage. Foxy is eligible for two, more seasons. L.: another letter. , Nj 2 ' ' 1'f7' ' tfwww ' 2 1 iffy., i 1.1, . 'tr' i ,QQ ' ,pr .' if y, l' -rr-vm ,...,.vf , ' MM. .,,,, , ,- , ff 1 BART ALDRIDGE, VVewoka, earned his first baseball letter bx in his share of the W f , . i 'f':' , rf 49 Q 4 f ',,. 1. aw:-fre N3 9 f . NYJ is 1 t X fc Vg ., , f fy? "if . fri. fl-? is 5 ' git M :M Q., . K ' ' Ts q::g' i 21' fi: f. -Q ' w i -Q ,., Q .. , X 1 X F l . it liar ' r ef .f x cj .s .1 Y N QW SSX K J' fi, 5, 1 gf, 65' K ft Q 1,5 'S y A S S X Qu ,Q X 3' ry Q! xt f 5 at w g f Y' ix , L A, 4 -A, A-1 0 f 1, Q, 1-zz Wd, ,ws , , , . '4 Y , ,sy x if Wiz? 2 9 ,, Q, QQ' e , 2? , 4 5 ,f 5 ima' 6 V ' FORD BISHOP earned his first letter in 1922 at shortstop, but be cause of an excess of fast infrelders in 1923, Coach Owen Shifted him to the outfield. Yale will return him to Soonerland for gvfrfb 5?f..v'g"MEfi' r 270 .i 'epf' llA T H L E T ic s f"T, ' eh... -f.lL..-.-.E ,e so . 1-1 '5i'Z'l'e-' i BASEBALL H T ' J . ALTHOUGH small, VVilliam Cornelius made the crowd take notice .4 - 3 . hy his base running and fast fielding in the center garden. The J- I 'l Antlers lad has two more vears to give to Soonerland. . I ' 4' ' N1 ,y lg ' , X, sv, ., L i iv ' J-H kia I , I ,Q 1 5 'ii , ' ' I ' . ' 'Q' " ' ' i fs, , ' J S -' l 'V Q ' il. ' . .. . - ,. 'yr' N I , . 1 i b lalv- 4, ri Smxm' CJROOM wore the muzzle Q75-1 . ,, 2 .N , ' "-' w in every game and very few K ef- " 'i'e.g.gXi" stolen bases were marked up s if against him and Captain Mc- ' i ff Laughlin. Sid hits every once b A53 "1 in a while, but has never man-. 1 aged to get more than three homers in one game. C ll Nw 3 b i 'V in , x J! ,, Qi K K V, , ,fi 1, -- ,...,5 , , an ll? .. ,wtf , ff -Q ff YWQXQ ,, . ,,,s, . 1 , .5 a s -2:52 s 9' ,7ff"iW15- - Halle '-.,:5fQ, in-F" ,f -1 -V - f Roy KELLY worked as 3SS1St3Uf to his fellow townsman at the ' catching posltion and was occasionally used as a pinch l'l1ffCl'. ' He has two more years. b "" ? 271 nf 1 'ill' A l N is 1 I API iii' I il gi' t l 1,1 1 W5 ai 895 ' . ' f' Y. -.3 , , . , 4 J. 1 qg.,,,ffLf3V , X it. ,, p f , 3 A A I H L I' T I C S W 1 .,'u. . ,. W, W ..-... ,- .- ., J , ..f..g4.,...3 .4 272 H '-. . -H ' ? A T 11 1 F 1 c sw V VASfQ5g:QQ,f' V J 1.1. wif if ix V lim Q -i W 2- - I ' v 5 f ' Ei W ,Q J' K , 1, S fu is N X 1 K 1 A' I 1 , w 1, x ,f 1 Q Q. N 1 S Sf Q-' 'Q I nf. jf - Q . QQ 'I I . , 'P ff 'Q 1 ,,, QA - . "' ii, 77, ,I ,Y V-Y 'v X- V , -.ff - ' -, '+ ,,,, , ,. 7' - 'A ' -- ,, , ,, , Y L, . f"."".,. . j 'L ff w x 1924 soowen Ammm- .. - , - , ,L nn pu ' ' ff fA - Y , b 273 tain Vogle captured third honors in the javelin, Ellison third in the discus and lVIangum ATHLETICS TRACK 1923 TRACK SUM MARY AT THE END of the 1923 season, twelve men had measured up to the required quali- Hcations for the track letter. They were Captain Vogle, Captain-elect Morse, Howard Bonebrake, Triggs Mangum, Welbotirne Bronaugh, Virgil Tims, Charles Davis, Maurice Ellison, James Congar, Lloyd Schwab, Maurice Kelly and Harold Bailey. Although Vogle, Bonebrake, Mangum, Congar and Kelly will not return in 1924, an abundance of material from the freshman team will be available, and Coach Jacobs has hopes of placing a winning team on the field. Two freshmen, Floyd Rutherford and Arthur Cox established new records in the Missouri Valley Freshman conference in the mile run and the javelin. The Sooners participated in four meets in 1923, and got an even break. Kansas and Missouri, probably the strongest teams in the conference, won from Oklahoma by large margins, while the Sooners easily defeated the Oklahoma Aggies and Central Normal, both non-conference teams. The Oklahoma relay team, composed of Mangum, Frank, Davis, and Morse won fourth place in the Missouri Valley indoor meet and fourth in the Missouri Valley outdoor mieet. In the latter meet, Frank was replaced by Mason on account of an injury, and the Sooner time was lowered by two seconds. ln the outdoor meet, Cap- placed third in the quarter. 1923 RESULTS Oklahoma 92 Central 25 at Norman Oklahoma 27 Kansas 90 at Lawrence ' Oklahoma 70 Aggies 47 at Stillwater Oklahoma 37 Nfissouri SO at Columbia Oklahoma 226 Others 242 1924 RESULTS Oklahoma 89 Arkansas 42 at Norman 274 QATHLETICS' T RAC K K CAPTAIN DANIEL O. VOGLE, Snyder, acquired the name of "Lucky" after reaching Soonerland. Lucky or not, he was the most dependable point maker on the team and has another year to his credit. Although he will not be back for the 1924 squad, he is expected to return in 1925. a ,-N . i. ,. - JOHN jficoizs came back to Soonerland in l92l as coach of the track team. "Jake" was 21 member of the Gkla- homa track team in the early "teens" and established rec- ords in the high and low hurdles and the broad jump and high jump. - -- 4 --g fl,l,," 'K '-' L5'n, ,, f.- 'ge'-J' -'. 'Le " -' 275 Ir P. be B Q. if vc 9 W :fda ,,..-..,f --,,, f..A. 1 ,. , ,L-1.1-fif---W--. A T I-I L E T 1 C I i V, pu Ks 'Q We i. 'J' l EQ 7iv.EQE HEMMWWW pw J. ,.., . ew W Z? If ,iq .MWW, ,.FWM3 .Alf f xg! v I 1 1 , -Mawr TRACK 4- s J, ,- ", K. L. 'J .3 fy . :A l CAPTAIN-ELECT VV ILFORD MORSE, Blackwell gave an account for the Oklahoma crew in the dashes forihis second letter on the - Cinder path and also was a member of the relay team. VVi ,. has also grabbed three letters in basketball. HOWARD BONEBRAKE, El Reno, got the name of Bony some- how, perhaps his figure suggested it or perhaps it was his last name. Bony served his last year on the team and performed in the high hurdles and the high jump besides annexing three stripes in basketball. ,,'. f- .T-fS'1':':", 43' "'.' , .,-at -.',,..,,, 'A ' Ga - TRIGGS MANGUM, the fighting Irish from Marlow earned his second letter in the quarter and was the mam cog in the relay Wheel Mangum placed third in the Missouri Valley conference meet in the quarter He will not return ff I s " 6 le 'fa 9 wa s . 7 Q M 3 1 A is x if v 5 p f ,. z gb lg X f W 1 1 5 i Y 2 N? Xi nl ' S ' , . if Q y cr lfu I X 9' l X it rs , re Y E 1 1 62 , l X f N543 sc r , if X Q ' r er 1 f Q 2 K rr nf r- ga f Q, nl y 5? 3 0 , Eg E W A 9 ll l af W 5, , f ' f 7 A S6 S af, W lf- ? l Y Q , M I l f E f f if l ' if fe J 4 f 9 ' Q ggi if W '2- , 1 R. cc as if 5 12. gs l .1 P 6 I r l 2 Z f r f If fm ' A 4- " ' N f s v '3' x 1 A J 6? Q, if fx Q: l U is ,Q Z f ,N K Us 3 f 7' 1? lf' 3 X 4 6 aw, f V4 z ,v b Q A ff . J D4 N ,521 li! f 4 . V. X f l 'S' f f fr-'rv 1 ' . . , , - . .... I V3 mvwwwm N W ' . '9'Z-L62 .-,, 72.43 - IW4-'3' fi-9? . 1 4 l 'JH-. if ,jeff -- " me ' 5 "" as X ' .,,s ' by ' f' Z 5. if-'ig 44-9".'f.' lqr jmyawgw 9 5 i tfnziiaf 45594 l' . ,. , 4.12:-17 9 va 'mm H ' 'H ' 'f . . i . E ,S M Wg q .. - :Q-,ZF c l 15: ' 1 a . -, f l . ' . .az ac U , Ss , 1 '4 , 27 4 iv A I ' ll ' .if Q H 'ls'-'--e ff ""' "-T' ' - - ' W ' --1----11:'::1i Y Y - V - , , , , Y -V .L l'3'a1'3".:rG2:.CA'1:.'.. L... .gt 'f 77S'----"'f:1-- v e. Y. F9 E 4 5 O O N E Fl' :i3!vM,54Z:3'L'l1Q23 ' - , f - 4 - -Y., -w,.,..A. . --. ,M - , f f- '- 276 '-:ui u-an-sushi - mmamwyvmam l A'V11I,E T IC sl. f'fww6WQ? .U x s- Mmvmmwws M-M-wi TRACK VIRGIL TIMS because of his great bulk, was given the name of Tiny He will be back in 24- for his third letter in the high VVILLIAM BOOTH worked in the shot put and served his last year on the squad. He received his degree in the spring of '23 and is lost to the track team forever. His home is in Norman. WELBOURLE BRON XUGH Hugo was handicapped all season by a broken ankle received in the Kansas meet, but never failed to win a Hrst or second place in the pole vault. He will see another J 'am f.vf'.m:t 4 W J. me 13351 slotfowlepsf J Y W 277 VY Y A T HILE TyIC s TRACK JI . 3 ' MAURICE ELL1soN was "sent up" from Catoosa, and has been r. trying to lose all the Sooner discs. Several times in practice he ,, any . . , , f passed the Missouri Valley record, and captured third honors in 4 the conference meet. Great thlngs are expected of him during im: , '.Iqf5ff .2 . . . his two remaining years. 4... 5' -se., , frgegyigfzg :fi Y ' fif ' X Q Y Www ' Q ,, CHARLES Davis, Tulsa, has been l '1 -' cw 1-- Z1 member of the relay team and .A a dependable quarter miler for V' two seasons. He will not be . available for the 1924 squad and ' 'llll "' l' 5 his services will be greatly missed. 1 ZZ fe- 'f Qma vga -25 '7 "'3'5i'g7 .mM?M. JAMES CONGAR, Geary, made his first and last stand for the Sooners in the discus throw and the javelin throw. The gradu- ating class claims him. li " '- 'i.-"'i'.f.' 4 . l.- .'-i,.i1L-,-1-fr!! 278 rg-, 1-vm-M-Egg' i 'l' A T H L E T I C S A r "1 fu' i ' U ,J ", Elf JH li TRACK L5 ,D 1 ' n ua I lgf' lj 241 .LN I I . I --.1 ' l fi -' LLOYD SCHVVAB, Tonkawa, will have two more years to represent ffl the Sooners in the broad jump. Schwab also works in the high 'Z'-. , hurdles and serves on the relay team. ,wil LQ e 4 '- Y i 1 i J i , . 91 Q X V I lil Q vu' l ' ". ll I - fr J l i -,,,q 1 lil' ,,q,. laii ' . 15,1 X is ,avg V ef: L A -1 fl 1 l M, - 5 5 -.,. fl j-Q I , INTAURICE KELLY earned his first . l ,f'l r 4" v x U fi 5 'I letter in the pole vault, but will ffl' ln? ll E- I J not be back in 1924. His home ' 1 lx? V :K is in Carmen. ' 'Ji 1' A I F! ll .j f. ' '34 lml lst 2 l bg X ' '-.' -5: E-El , iff i "li l kara - f :lg iQ ggi LQ li g s w 5l Q 2 QP , ..,, , , I lil s'a y: th L ,VT 2M lie QQHQL -W hi A+ ' ll QQ ' K: ry ' ' ' 9 N tv HARDLD BAILEY counted for h1s first O in the mile and two mile 53' I n a n n ,J tv' events and will be available for the 1924- team. H15 home is ln will l Norman. l , l K 'fi - . A? I Q , I l, v.:-I i, pl l lil 5 X' W Q 3 l ll L bfi 'f ji,- fk? l "'i5!.l , LY i' It ,".4.1'.-i"f'f'fq1if,' f . M ,. , ' ., . , A ,L M , K ' ,'E,6'g:7fff'.fff5?f1'13Z4:5,Lfa.'.'f L ... f 'Q . lf! .. if: .a .M JI ' il -' ', L41'g'...Q.'q,"'l'1'LI -,. is-,ef - , e -f we-ff. f f f - 279 , - L 1:-:A-,. ,, --6 A T H L E T 1 C s THE 1923 TRACK SQUAD Tolbert CAssistant Coachb, Booth, Bonebrake, Ellison, Cougar, Hohl, Bailey, Jacobs fCoa.chD Frank, Bronaugh, Scott, Andrews, Davis, Morse, Hanson CT1'ainerJ Mangum, Schwab, Mason, Tims, Kelly, Kniseley, Vogle THE SOONER RELAY TEAM Mangum, Frank, Davis, Morse, Mason 280 A .f' I' ,I L' -. ' j !r ...-f-- --V W..- ..-v- THLETICS I L y ,,.J f f i 1, .vs 7 , r-f R 5 . 1 1. , ,.l,. I 4-J f""' , w lx S l bf ' ,fd-'- -q NX ATHLETICS THE 1923 SOONER TENNIS SEASON PAUL G. DARROUGH, Hugo, and Eugene Moiinett, Norman, represented the University of Oklahoma four years on the tennis courts and besides holding most of the noteworthy intercollegiate honors, they have been winners of the State Open Tourney for four years. Darrough also won the singles title in the State Open Tourney for four years. Forrest Darrough and Claude 1VIonnett came to fill the shoes of their older brothers and made a remarkable showing during their four years of courting. Both have been winners in various tourneys held in the state, and were entered against many of the large schools of the north. The third team of brothers came from the Parks family. Ben and Kirt- land represented Oklahoma in many Missoiiri Valley tournaments and against many northern universities, and have been winners in the State Open Tourney for three years in the doubles matches. Singles honors in this tournament have gone to Ben for two years, 1919 and 1923. The 1922 team, composed of Captain Ben Parks, Stillwater, George O'C0nnell, Chicago, and John Harrington, Oklahoma City, probably made the best showing in the history of Sooner tennis. This trio toured the northern part of the United States, meeting schools of the Big Ten conference and the Missotiri Valley conference without defeat, and were semi-finalists in the National Tourney at Philadelphia. Oklahoma won the lVIissouri Valley titles in both doubles and singles as a result of Captain Parks defeating VVray Brown of Washirigton University in the singles, and the defeat of Brown and Barnes in the doubles by Captain Parks and O'Connell. Teams which bowed to Oklahoma in 1922 were Oklahoma Aggies, Kansas, Purdue, Michigari Aggies, Nlichigan, Chicago, Ames, Drake, Illinois, Kansas, and Texas. 282 ' ATHLETICS. TENNIS JOHN "BUS" HARRINGTON ,I aug 4, 283 BEN PARKS A 1,r'- - , , W . .-11.1-W A 1 II 1 E '1' 1 c s i 'if' . 11,1-1.n'l ' . ' - ..-.. A- -'l. , -.T -Y .Y,. .,- - - - -W -- --H"-6--4---'H-'U TENNIS 1924- TENNIS SQUAD Boardman, Ferguson. Parks, Oleott, Sloan, J. Brandenburg Jeffery, Mead, Royer, R. Brandenburg, Kornfeld 1923 RECORD THE 1923 TEAM composed of Captain John Harrington and Ben Parks, was all-victorious. George O'Connell, a member of the 1922 squad did not become eligible all season, and the Sooners did not carry out a heavy schedule as in the previous season. Oklahoma Won from Okla- homa Aggies, Baylor, Texas, Rice, Washbrirn, Kansas and Washington, and Won the Missouri Valley titles in both doubles and singles. ' ' -LTU? 284 1 J ' ' ' 'ifjbl 1 1 E,-'l ifl SEI I i 1 ,s :Yi- 12 4 H AX, 5 I ,. 1.x 14 . VJ ! E. I. I I V: Il IU U 1.1 ill' 1' li 1 3-. 4. s. , Z ' p ,-v., ' oi A T H 1, E T I c s fgl,,5g:g,g5' 'E r +,1r 1 1 n -"...,,.L1'. fiwi,-, ' 1- ,. - . THE 1923 CROSS COUNTRY TEAM McElyea, Kimball, Starr, Clarke, Ruthcrfm'd, Scott QCzlptaiuQ, Jacobs QCoachJ SUMMARY Olf 1923 SEASON Oklahoma won from Nebraska 38 to 17 ' Oklahoma won from Kansas 28 to 27 Oklahoma lost to Oklahoma Aggies 30 to 25 ' I , ' .-:iff-T' , 285 AT HLETICS' THE 1924 WRESTLING SQUAD 1 Booth, Neilson, Daubert, Jackson, VVz11den, IVi1cox Tolbert, Grimes, Lawrence, McE1yea, XVIIYCI UNLIMITED CLASS JOHN "F1RPo" WILCOX Undefeated 175 POUND CLASS DEWEY WALDEN 155 POUND CLASS ALVIN JACKSON VVRESTLI NG 145 POUND CLASS CHARLES DAUBERT 135 POUND CLASS BENNIE MCELYEA 125 POUND CLASS HARRY LAWRENCE 115 POUND CLASS RUSSELL GRIMES 286 ' ". 'Q ' i',a 5 - I jg- .V,'mj" W I' -:V V :HL K V AV -I . . ,Q .115 A ' '- ,--' 'Y T - '1' ' . ' A z' e hh, V P . ! 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I I air I -' 3 q ffl THE OKLAHONIA MAGAZINE 5 Pl is JV, . I ' A f A5445 ' fm It fi 3' I ' I I 5 rg A I My f I lf. I I I V, ,I , I N gli wg? I eijj I , 4 I T12-if Hallam, Trower, Harms, Ray 1' ll iff H2 Q 4351 1, R IGI l I 'Q Pj I "Q" JI 1, r 'YM ? 4 I , . J Iig W i' I 1" J R55 4 f, Y 7 14 I I2 ' I II STAFF I 5,9 V, H :2,.,I., ith I GRACE E. RAY . . . . . . Editor 1551? gl, MAY FRANK - . . Associate Editor f x! ijl . ARTHUR HALLAM ...... Business Manager 1 IJ .5 Staf Contributors . W ' In I ' I1 ' I FOSTER HARRIS JESSIE ' GERTRUDE STERNE 1 gi' I - Roy TEMPLE HoUsE CARD F. CLARK i ' LOUIS T. BARNES JENNIE LEVY I :Q 1 W ' bl 1 9 Q B. S. GRAPIAM I 9' EDITH MAHIER . . . . '. . Art Editor if I CLYDE CLACK . - . . . Staff Artist 1552? --I' if 1 -5 , Art Contributorx 'TQ I iff, MERCEDES ERIXON JESSIE STONE id li-1 GWENDOLYN MEUX I ' ti' I ir-.I ' .43 I f 59 I 51' I is Ai 311 I "Al i P? I It if I I- . I 69 W If -It 2 I 7- fbj, I 4 1 'iso I I A A A. -A E.A--L-i.w.I.. ..-,.l5f5 fd. 'Q p 4. 1 gii,f5'fiff?7L'i5? 300 C K 11C"1'1Vl'1'IES 4' 1 , THE YEAR IN MUSIC DEAN HOLMBERG OSCAR LEHRER OSCAR J. LEHRER, associate professor of music, is director of the University band. He came to the University of Oklahoma in 1916. Under his guidance the band has fur- nished music for all the leading school functions, the football games and the pep meetings. Prof. Lehrer, who is a nationally known comiposer, has written a number of operas. He has composed a book of violin instruc- tion Which is one of the best known in use in the United States. FREDRIK HOLMBERG FREDRIK HOLMBERG, dean of the school of fine arts, has done 14 years of uninter- rupted service for the University of Okla- homa. He came to the university in 1910. A graduate of the Joenkolping Gymnasium, Dean Holmberg has also studied music with some of the foremost instructors in America. Under his direction, the orchestra has become one of the leading musical organi- zations in the University. The orchestra has made one tour during the past year. It has presented a home concert for the student body. ' Due to Dean Holmberg's efforts, the school of fine arts has grown to be one of the strongest on the campus. PROF.LEHRER THE SEASON As an innovation in the Fine Arts department, Sunday afternoon recitals have been held through the year, which have been attended by large and enthusiastic audiences. Student ticket numbers which have been provided by local talent from the depart- ment have been better and more varied this year than ever before. The glee clubs, the band and the orchestra each gave a program before the student body. At least one trip has been made during the year by the men's Glee club, the orchestra and the band. .v-- '- 'u+.p.'IACTIVITIE5- I J,' I L 1 v .- I ll .l'.. THE UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA FREDRIK HOLMIIERC . . Conductor PAUL S. CARPENTER . . . . Concert Master OFFICERS LAWRENCE PETERS . . . . President PRICE GITTINCER , Vice-President ANABEL SMITH . Secretary HARRY ATKINSON - . - Millwgfl' Violin: Ifiolas Cfllffflff PAUL S. CARPENTER NVILLARD DARROUCI-I HELEN BAILEY GLADYS IVIAE DIAL HAROLD ELLIOT LUCILE FARMER TINA MARY GAYLORD FAY GIBSON IOLA HARRISON RAY O. HENDRIX BERNICE JOHNSON M. VV. LUDINOTON MARY VICTORIA MILLS G. H. PARKHURST ADELAIDE PAXTON RITA R. ROGERS EDVVIN DAWSON EDWARD BARTOLINA STEVENS ROTHWELL ANNA MAE SMIKA HELEN SPRINGER FLETCHER VVARD BEATRICE WOOD OPAL NOE ANNA MAE SHARP LOUISE SITTON OSCAR I. LEI-IRER PRICE GITTINCER LAWRENCE PETERS FRANCES PALMER Crllox G. M. DIETRICI-I IRENE BARNES MAEEL ERWIN NELL GUTHRIE JETTIE BAIRD JOHN MARCH Bass ,IOHN VVEIDMAN HARRY ATKINSON F lutes .TOE BALDWIN GAIL LEWIS RAYMOND E. SELDERS ANABEL SMITH Oboe M. H. IVIULLINS 303 HAROLD CREVELING ANIXBEL MCDANIEL D. E. ROLLER FRANCIS INGLE Bassoon DR. J. M. THURINGER Saxaplzone RUTH HATCI-IETT MARCUERITE MUEOCE Frmzfh Horn: ELISTON DIEM EDWARD MARS T rum goals E. M. BOYLAN GARVIN SACKETT EUGENE SPRINGER Trombone DALE CANNON Tuba GEORGE GREEN Tympani JOSEPH NOLL E. C. PATCHELL Piano MARJORIE MARTIN AC TIVITIESITZ J THE UNIVERSITY BAND AI OFFICERS OscAR J. LEHRER . . . - . . Director A. C. MONTIN . . Assistant Director BRYCE BARNETT . . Drum Major WILLIAM DIEIZ . . Librarian EUGENE SPRINGER . . President EVERT CRISMORE . . . . Vice-President WILLIAM G. TIERNEY ..... Secretary-,Treasurer MEMBERS Cornets JAMES BRYOE BARNETT IRXVIN BASE DANA BOYETTE THEODORE SYDNEY BLAND LESLIE LYNN CONNOR SELVIE JEXVELL CURTIS WILLIAM ELISTON DIEM DELON E. EIDSON JOHN J. FLEET HAROLD FRANK FLOOD 'VVALTER T. FOWLER JOHN C. GLAZE LESLIE GRAY JAMES LAUREL PIADDOCK JAMES NOAH ITOCKMAN F. MARRY HOOVER HERBERT MILES HZUSER :KENNETH A. ING1-IAM SAMUEL F. MAINS TARLETON JENKINS ROY MAXURER ,TOHN A. LICCUTCHIN DAVID :MILSTEIN DMALCOM E. PHELPS GLEN M. PHILLIPS WILLIAFI CARL RITTER GARVIN W. SACKETT GORDON L. SANGER MARLIADUKE ROY SCOTT BOYD :HARVEY SIMPSON EUGENE SPRINGER J. T. WADE Tirombones C. P. BABER ALMER BARNES :KENNETH J. BLAKELY DALE CANNON CHARLES A. DAUEERT VIRGIL C. DURHAM PRICE GITTINGER NIARVIN GOODNER NVILLIAM IQELTNER. GERALD V. LAKE J. A. LEDBETTER RALPH EDWARD MASON XV. DOYLE MILLER HOXVARD SUEZ Snare Drums ALBERT T. BRETT 'VARNAKALE JONES RAY H. LINDSEY E. C. PATCHELL R. V. POSGATE PAUL JEAN SIIELTON MAX THOMPSON Bass Drwrns RALPH B. SUNDERMAN W. G. TIERNEY Basses HILLIS F. BELL GEORGE GREEN RAY O. :HENDRIX HOUSTON WV. ROANE JOHN M. WEIDLIAN Piccolos ED CATRON EDGAR CONES JOHN CROWDER HARLAN S. TROWER FLOYD J. WILLIAMS KEITH WOLI-'E Saxophones V. E. AUTRY HARRX' L, ATKINSON VERNON BARTOXV XTICTOR CHARLES BRAOHT CARL LEONARD BUMPAS WILLIAM O. CARPENTER ROSOOE GATE, JR. DONALD S. COUOH HARRX' CRAWFORD JESSE RAY DAVIS RALPH G. HARDER RALPH D. HENSON M. L. HUTGHENS MAJOR GENTRY KIDD N. VENOY MORGAN VVILLIAINI M. PARKER GENE RAXVLINGS . BYRON L. ROBERTS D. L. ROBINSON WILLIAM GLENN RUSSELL LUTHER B. SMITH Clcwinets H. C. BONDURANT HAROLD F. CREVELING CARLETON J.,CUNNINGHAM CULVER DALE LAWRENCE W. FERGUSON JAMES LEE GOWDY EDGAR F. GRIMM :MAURICE C, HARPER L. F, HOLBIBERG CHARLES S. GUTHRIE G. FRANCIS INGLE GLEN G. MASON JOHN MAOUTOHIN HUGH L. :MONRO BEN H. MURPHY HERSCHEL NIR HORACE C. PUCKETT BRYAN STEPHENS TOM BETHEL TURBYEILL SAM WANTLAND CLIFFORD WRIGHT 1 . 304- J. MERLE TALLMAN CLAUDE S. THOMPSON DOANE TOLLESON HORAOE H. WOLFE DONALD FOX WRIGHT Altos EYERT CRISMORE LOUIS B. CRAWFORD WILLIAM DIETZ JOHN WILLIABI GARDNER GORDON HIOKOK, JR. A. V. HOUSE ELERY B. POOL HERSOHEL K. ROSS HAROLD VANDERPOOL Baritones NED BURLESON GEORGE A. DONALDSON XVILLIAM WADE FOX A. C. BIONTIN RUSSEL R. MYERS JOHN F. STEWART H. L. NICINTYRE A C T I V 1 T 1 E s TI-IE GIRLS' OCTETTE First Sopranos Srronfl Sopranos Firsl flltos Serond Altos LORENE KNOLES INA LESLIE LORAINE COPPEDCE MARGUERITE PHILLIPS HELEN SNIDER RUTH SUTTER LOUISE Rossmz VVILMA HOWELL THE MIXED QUARTETTE LUCILE LEFTWICH, Soprano FORREST DEAN, Tenor MARGARET PHILLIPS, Alto WALTER MCCLELLAN, Bass 305 F irsi Tenor: A . I.: --V-A 'I I -km: . C T I V I T T E S IVE"--"PA I" -sr' ' - ' I 1 TI-IE MEN'S GLEE CLUB . ' I V V' " WVR ' ., ., ,-,A no 'V S R, A, ,,., X 5 if "-' V - A ' 1.. - 'C . SQ M VJ Q, xv, Q1 V . 4-Vg-ggSf?f.,gg ff ' W A , Iv- fx., It I V: . V, , . ' V V , V . V . A .- '-- V .1 -1 - PM V V JV., v.,.i:, - Z, V- I L5 wif? SVQR J' T S J gi ' S ' ' ' V A ' . . . gd ? ' '3 5 V . V ,QV-Nzsgl.. f ' gh? leaf? E. . ' X 4 ' " ' I 1 .J ...At 5.1. .Ex L: Vx l ., ly J A ' ' A 'C V' i- I, . , , ' V H , V, . A ., Q- I I A f .R A -ff A V. f A A -S.: A 151 ,,, - OFFICERS MERLE BLAHELY - . . . .. PreSIdent ED CATRON , , VICE-PfCS1dCHt JAMES LEDBETTER . . Secretary CHESTER COLE . . Treasurer ERNEST LIPPERT . WILLIAM DOUGHERTY DON WASSON ROBERT HOWELL ROY VVAGGONER CHESTER COLE MAURICE HARPER W. A. RYAN CARL ROBERTS W. R. SHANNON ED CATRON JOHN CHEADLE KENNETH BLAKELY E. F. GRIMM OTIS BALL DELBERT WILLARD JOHN WILLIAMS 'CLAUDE HENDERSON MEMBERS DANA HEFLEY JOHN PAYNTER RAYMOND FORD CHARLES E. BATHE NEAL SULLIVAN Second Tenor: MERLE BLAKELY MYRON DESELMS DELBERT GIDEON ELLIOT SWEET Baritone: ELDRED BATES ALBERT NEAL WYNNE SNODGRASS GWYNNE HILL Bass BOLTON CURRY ERNEST LIPPERT WALTER MCCLELLAN HERSCHEL UNDERHILL W. A. SCHULKE - 306 . Business Manager REGINALD SWEET W. W. HICKS BRYCE BARNETT JOHN MAYBERRY MERLE TALQLMAN LAWRENCE FERGUSON ROBERT HARRIS LUTHER BOWERS FORREST DEAN JAMES LEDBETTER EDWARD HOOPER ELBERT MORGAN ROMAYNE BAKER JOHN GILBERT JOHN PEARSON JOHN REDEIELD CHARLES FAIR C TIVITIES THE VVOMEN'S GLEE CLUB IRIS DECK JOSEPHINE DODSON LILLIAN DOOLEY LOUISE FINK VIRGINIA GEORGE FREDA GREEN LILLIAN HIMES MADGE BEARD ANICE BEASLEY MATTIE BELCHER RUTH HUMPHREYS MARGARET JOHNSON KATHERINE Joss HELEN KEYS JENNIE ARMOR VERNICE BARD GLADYS HOAGLAND ROSE DORN HETTIE MALOY WILMA HOWELL viii..-, MEMBERS Firsf Sojwazzos LORENE KXOLES LUCILE LEFTXVICH FLORENCE MITSGI-IRICH PEGGY MYERS BLANCHE OLIVER FRANCES RATLIFF BILLIE RIVES Svcond Sopranos INA LESLIE VIRGINIA LYNN FRANKE MANNING RUTH MAYS GARNETT REYNOLDS HAZEL RICHTER MRS. L. G. SUTTER First Altos MARY LONG LOUISE ROSSER MARTHA STEWART LORETTA STURGELL Second Altos VIRGIL JAMES BUENA V. MORRISON 307 ADELYN RUTHEREORD OLGA SLEDGE HELEN SNIDER JUANITA STEPHENS LUCILLE 'WALTER JEAN MCCOY GLADYS THOMPSON MARJORIE VVALLACE GWENDOLYN VVYATT KATHERINE GURLEY DOLLIE SMITH LETTYE FISHER MADGE GARVIN ELLA BRAZIL TESSIE MOBLEY HATTIE DOTY MARGUERITE PHILLIPS LORAINE COPPEDGE IRENE BAIRD ACTIVITIES THE SOON ER QUARTET Sullivan, Roberts, Oatron, McClellan NEAL SULLIVAN, First Tenor CARL ROBERTS, Second Tenor FOLSOM D. JACKSON En CATRON, Baritone WALTER MCCLELLAN, Bass FOLSOM D. JACKSON FOLSOM D. JACKSON, director of the men's and Women's glee clubs, the quartette and the mixed quartette, came to the univer- sity at the beginning of the school year from Blackwell. Taking his B. M. degree at Winfield, Kansas, Jackson immediately Went into the War. He was given his discharge, April 6, 1918. After leaving the service he did musical Work with the Y. M. C. A. He led singing at Camp Funston, Kansas. Later he was camp musical director at Camp Knox, Kentucky. After the armistice Jackson started teach- ing. He held positions at lVIcPherson, Humboldt, Arkansas City, Kansas and Blackwell before coming to the university. 308 C 'wz:,AcTrv1T1Es,g:-ma, , ,Q Q f -Q.-. 4 1 TI-IE YEAR IN DRAMATICS i ,,..-f ,, . i--- - E. MARIE ANDERSON IDA Z. KIRK Miss IDA Z. KIRK, Dramatic Reader and Coach, has studied with Samuel Kayser of the Chicago Conservatory of Dramatic Art, Mrs. Edmond Russell of New York City, and the late S. S. Curry of the School of Expression, Boston. She is a graduate of the Fulton and Trueblook School of Dra- matic Art, Kansas City, Missouri. HOPE BUXTON E. MARIE ANDERSON Miss E. MARIE ANDERSON, head of the dramatic arts departments, is an alumna of the University of Oklahoma. She is a graduate of the Leland Powers School of the Spoken Wo1'd, Boston, and graduated and did post graduate work at the Phidelah Rice School of Expression, Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts. Miss Anderson's varied dramatic experience includes one season of Shakespearean repertoire at the Boston Opera House, work in Lyceum circuits, and conducting a studio. Miss ,Anderson has read widely in Oklahoma and the neighboring states. IDA Z. KIRK HOPE BUXTON Miss HOPE BUXTON, coach and instructor in dramatic art, is a graduate of the Leland Powers School of the Spoken Word, Bos- ton. She attended summer school at Har- vard. For two years, Miss Buxton was instructor in dramatic art in the Bangor, lVIaine, high school. She taught four years in Maryville College, Maryville, Tennes- see. 310 --Q- -.-,Jf.ff"nACTIVI'I'IES , F '.,' DRAMATIC S "ADAM AND EVA" Hartford, James, Benge, Goodson, Boyles, Ste-alex, Milstein, Yoder, Jankosky, Hailex How "ADAM" SMITH adopted a ready-made pampered family and married the flap pery daughter, Eva, after the family had been reformed by pretended Hnancial reverseb, is portrayed by the comedy play, Adam and Eva. Under the direction of lvliss BIHTIC Anderson the play was presented as a student ticket performance. The cast u as chosen from the membe1's of the Blue Curtain club. ADAM AND EVA CAST PICTURE Uncle Horace Pegrim Aunt Abby Rocker . Dr. Delameter . Cornithia . Adam Smith . Eva King . . Mr. King . . Lord Andrew Gordon Clinton DeXVitt . . Julia DeVVitt . fLeft to Rightj 311 GLENN H.ARTFORD . Vnzcn. JAMES . GARLAND BENGE JENNIE GOODSON ROLLIN C. BOYLES LAVERNA STEALEY DAVID MILSTEIN - . BOB WYODER . FRANK IANKOSKY - . SUE HfXILEY A C T I v 1 T I E s THE THIRD ANNUAL STUNT NIGHT LEO MORRISON Director THE third annual Stunt Night program was one in which both of its predecessors Were overshadowed. Organizations which participated were: Y. W. C. A., Univer- sity Sextette, Blue Curtain Club, Productions Club, Congress Literary Society, and Jazz Hounds. A piano duet was given by the Dizzy Dukes, Mac Hutchens and Jack France, Priebe and Company presented, 'fThe Flying Greeks." John Williams as Shed Tavvn did some extraordinary good dances. Ka-hala-hala Tam-a-na-wis dance was given by the Mide-xve-Win 31 Company. Chalk talks were given by Leo Morrison. THE CASTE Liao MORRISON . . . - ..... Director VEROQUA PETYY-LOVGREN . . Director "Cat Fear", Y. VV. C. A. MARCELLUS PRIEBE .... Director "Flying Greeks" JOHN VVILLIAMS . . . . Shed Tawn Dancer DON VVHISTLER . . Director "lVIide-we-win S Co." EVERT CRISMORE . . Director "Djer Kiss Revo" FOSTER HARRIS . . . Productions Manager 312 -at L A c TI V 1 T 1 E sliy1li'1:"f' T- L 1 ,Qi 1. M, gin' Qld' ,vii 'lvl nl lui iff' I 541 L a U l ' Sf 4 1, 5 cf , qv, . if I ' . 3 'lc' f 'fri -s. E Q if -ly 'df lge, iw ,aj -.il if r'5-l 1-wx il? faqs, lt Q ff' , I rf: ' , lit ' Pf i 724 , 4-,S 1 'if i . t, Fir l, ll? .a E nf! ,l i I .2 E'-4 S? L i ' 1 l l' is 23 'is B? ii? urs, - Q. 5 lie l Cf y in ps T z il bl fs. l Pj' 9 gs B i if ul H i tl? Q 2 gf' 1 Lx. gf, nu-Si-v 2 , , .. Y ,, Y W ,. In ,i .."l THE SOGNER BURLESQUE 3 Cantrell, McClellan A Ill. 1 .Q 3 I I I l Q 57 I T , SOONER BURLESQUE ix' "Listen, Lady, Listen," a musical comedy was presented i ' ln I lVIay 9 as the annual Junior Burlesque. ' QQ' The plot was woven of notorious campus scandal, . I featuring the trial of Miss Lyons before the court of pub- T 'sp lic opinion, a student council bridge party, and tryouts wig . ':- A held at the Pres1dent's vacant home. Ii 753 4 A pony chorus, of girls alone, and a mixed chorus added I lift' ,fx- various novelties to the Burlesque. Solos, choruses and ffl E fi ,Bi ,av .V A I ,J ,F 'P dances lightened the plot. .y l T4 ' -Q32 We T -gf. , F 1337 .X L-'D ,iifi li J i If ig ld," H it .. ' , ig D gf g, ,T T I , , ,li it .A -my ., , 1 Q, .Q fe. ff- r T -1 1 'ijfs:go:?TL1'f"?f.a 313 ' u CTIVITIE 314- ACTIVITIES 315 A C T 1 V I T I E S THE YEAR IN FORENSICS J. K. HORNER MR- J. K. HORNER is Varsity Debate Coach and acting head of the department of Public Speak- ing. He is carrying out a program that undoubtedly means great progress for the University in the Held of forensics. Mr. Horner was formerly a student of the University of Oklahoma and returned to the Department of Public Speaking last year after study at Harvard University and schools of speech in the east. Mr. Horner is a convincing speaker, a forensic mentor of unquestioned ability and Well liked by the student body. WORK OF THE DEPARTMENT THE DEPARTMENT or PUBLIC SPEAKING is a separate department of the College of Arts and Sciences. Professor Josh Lee, head of the Department was on leave of absence this year doing graduate Work at Columbia University, New York City. Coaching and training of the University's forensic teams are under direction of this department. With the addition of Mr. J. K. Horner to the department staff, the University has been able to broaden its Debate and Oratory schedules to the largest in the history of the University. The department established a record in debate for 1924 which exceed- ed anything in the history of the University, Winning eight out of ten debates, six of the eight by unanimous decisions. Mr. Frank Watsoii is student assistant in the depart- ment. 316 111 1g .-sf.. .. A W.-.,. ,-: f'1 'M L V1 4? Qi! 'i 1 E.: I A-'H I .N I 11:1 I! fl vt 11,1 .f .fs 0.1 1 1,1-'Q 5, 4 513 1 1 5 1' l FF . 1 2 .gf l lf? 1 is Fa 1 P31 Q, 1:1 ii? Ei. S 'fs 21? Q11 r-51 Q1 Ei: ea te? .L1 1 is Il U1 1 Cs I E15 ,I 13' 1154 BS .35 E52 lib kj? If , 51 Es' 1 fa F 1 if 1 :iw 'K Avi! '1 . x- 1 1 .tE..,. f' 1. 01- "IAcT1v1T1Es's ,fa 1. -.l.,.l', ,.--., .....,4 ,.., ,,. ,- . .1 I FORENSICS THE DEBATE TEAMS OKLAHOMA ' VS. MISSOURI, VVASHINGTON, INDIANA, COLORADO Neale, Watson, Deupree MR. FRANK WATSON and Mr. Edwin Deupree upheld the Affirmative of the question: "Resolved: that France was justified in occupying the Ruhr Valley." Decision unani- mous for Oklahoma against Missouri and Indiana with a loss to Washington. Mr. Neal debated with Watson and Deupree against Colorado with a unanimous decision for Oklahoma. OKLAHOMA VS. ARIZONA AND TEXAS Moussa, Goode MR. ANNIECE MOUSSA and Mr. John Goode upheld the AHirmative of the question "Resolved, that the United States should join the League of N ationsf, Decision unanimous for Oklahoma over Arizona and 2 to 1 for Oklahoma over Texas. -1-:M -:- ' , :ff L-,AA-,4:,,,.,. Y H... . Y, Y,.Y Y ,. . ar 1 R - g V. .r .i.r, , gif?-fig! qi fit- . l'-75?-i'? I-SLI? Qgfi Q4 E.: Q 'fig I 2 .1 317 - . - X' ...lx- . .1 -A v ,'- -nv--,- .-rv. w. .'- ,N -on ,I ...H , 2 Q, - i 3 . 5.1 '1. A A HI my 6 .N I I - V 1 gl A CTIVITIES l -'n'-:"!'f' 'Iii ..ld4-..,., . ,..,,,,..s...l,.g4i-.- -Qf.l""G""""u'7' A FORENSICS ' KANSAS QQ' VS. lgii OKLAHOMA ' A ls : life '25 li? .gpg A M53 , fl' A - 5,3 Martin, Savage if MR. ROYCE SAVAGE, Mr. O. B. Martin and Mr. Elmo Hester upheld the negative of the question: "Resolved, that France was justified in occupying the Ruhr Valley." . . - ,ff Decision, 2 to l for Oklahoma. .4 . za' OKLAHOMA If VS. i K. S. A. C. AND BAYLOR ,il - ' Y V51 I l a' l l-:ff A QE: Hervey, Baldridge ' MR. JOHN HERVEY and Mr. Holmes Baldridge upheld the negative ofthe question: iff. "Resolved, that France was justified in occupying the Ruhr Valley." Decision, unani- ffl rnous for Oklahoma in both debates. MQ 1 ."' ' i , 1 318 . Q .wi .. . 4 . I? .,.,.., ,R 44: ...digg 1 .L i 1 1,1 .J ' w 1 ,I . fl 11. 2. A ' """ 3 ' ' T ' "'1 . i C """""' ' ' 1' 'I . ... .... f E A .C '11 F lf ,I T , L E S. A A C ii CT A TT C C A C: 'liiii 9 1' 1 Pg ,T FORENSICS 1 A '1 S ,3 ,V 15 1 51 F27 OKLAHOMA vs. ARKANSAS 511 yu' , . ilfif 1, I A 1355 .11 PJ - Ee: P, 1142? r 52951 I' M asf 1 . . 1 I. Cullen, McYVho1'tc1' 1 E1 M, 1, MR. PAUL CULLEN and lVIr. Fred lNfIcWhorter upheld the negative of the question: i "Resolved, that the United States should join the League of Nations." Decision: Okla- T homa 1, Arkansas 2. i ' ORATORY is . 1, 5 - 1 ' V 1 ' , 1,32 11231 N , N ilgls l':. I 1 l . . 1 if 1 fi' 115-' 'H i 1 1 2111 'A ,121 , ,gh ci D! Nalley, Cooksey, Farr Q --qiilylyl 4 MR. CHARLES FAIR represented the University of Oklahoma in the Missouri Valley 1 4 1 Oratorical Contest held at St. Louis, March 21. Mr. Fair Won the Missouri Valley lf Contest. This is the second time in the forensic history of Oklahoma that the contest i 'Pi 1' 1 ti honors have gone to Oklahoma. gl 1 'Mr. Virgil G. Nalley represented the University of' Oklahoma inthe state contest 143 1 of the National Peace Oratorical Contest, held at Norman, April 17. ' . . . 5 a'--1 1 Mr. Harold Cooksey represented the University of Oklahoma in the State Old gg Line Oratorical contest held at Stillwater May 8. ' ll X- ' The Avery Prize in oratory is yet to be held as the -Sooner goes to press. This prize 1 1 is given by Mr. Cyrus S. Avery of Tulsa, Oklahoma. A fc' 1 51.5 1113 5111 -iq-l Q ..,.i 1 1 i . C 4. it A 319 ' ACTIVITIES FORENSICS FORENSICS FOR 1924 THE YEAR 192-l has seen established a new high record in the forensic activities of the University. In the field of debate, both in schedule and number of victories, the year has exceeded anything in the history of the University. Ten intercollegiate debates were held and Oklahoma Won eight out of the ten contests. Six of the eight victories Were by unanimous decision. - The score stands: ' Oklahoma Missouri-Unanimous for Oklahoma Oklahoma Indiana-Unanimous for Oklahoma Oklahoma Colorado-Unanimous for Oklahoma Oklahoma Arizona-Unanimous for Oklahoma Oklahoma K. S. A. C.-Unanimous for Oklahoma Oklahoma Baylor-Unanimous for Oklahoma Oklahoma Kansas-Oklahoma 25 Kansas l Oklahoma Texas-Oklahoma 25 Texas l Oklahoma Arkansas-Oklahorria l g Arkansas 2 Oklahoma Washington-Unanimous for Washington TOTAL VOTES: Oklahoma 235 Opponents 7 Seven of the ten debates held were on the question of "Resolved, that France was justified in occupying the Ruhr Valley." Oklahoma Won three or all of her debates on the Negative of this question and also Won three or all but one on the Affirmative of the same question. Of the three debates on the question, "Resolved, that the United States should join the League of Nations,"' Oklahoma Won two on the Affirmative and lost one on the Negative. The year 1924 also savv the advent of a Missouri Valley Debate Conference. The Department of Public Speaking sponsored the proposition which was finally adopted by the debate coaches of the Missouri Valley at the Conference of the Missouri Valley Oratorical Association in St. Louis on March 21. This Conference is unique and original in the field of debate in the Missouri Valley and in fact in the Whole United States. It definitely organizes the principal Universities of the Missouri Valley into a debate Association and includes the following Universities: Oklahoma, Kansas, Mis- souri, Washington, K. S. A. C., lovva State, Nebraska and Drake. In the field of Oratory the year 1924 has also been a marked success, although the season is not yet completed as the SooNER goes to press. Oklahoma this year Won the Missouri Valley Oratorical Contest at St. Louis, March 2l, for the second time in Oklahoma history. Mr. Charles Fair represented the University in this contest., Three Oratorical contests are yet to be held, the National Peace Contest in which Mr. Virgil G. Nalley will represent the University, the State Old Line Contest in which Mr. Harold Cooksey will represent the Universityg and finally the Avery Prize contest for all orators of the University. 320 T V f..5,'gfgh , ' JE -A - p - I . ' i f W QT' 1, , 1 45 'Uv ', ..-AC A- f-Q ,...-..M,V M -Q-,Te TIVITIESI7 F-A? nl! .L i-i'i,"- W.. . ' RELIGION THE GENERAL SECRETARIES HELEN R. HOLBROOK Miss HELEN RUTH Houskoox, general secre- tary of the Young Women's Christian Asso- ciation at the University of Oklahoma, is a graduate of Beloit College, Beloit, Wisconsin. She took her present position in the fall of 1921. Miss Holbrook has had experience in the church, in the business world and in teaching. At one time she served as execu- tive of the Camp Fire Girls of Chicago. She worked with the Y. M. C. A. forces overseas in the late war. Miss Holbrook acts as general manager and Overseer of all the work done by the Y. W. C. A. in the unie versity. THE STUDENT JACK E. BOYD 32 2 l BURDETTE S. GRAHAM BURDETTE S. GRAHAM, general secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association, is a graduate of Southwestern University, George- town, Texas. He served as president of the Y. M. C. A. during his senior year. He was student secretary at the Colorado School of Mines, Golden Colorado, and at Nebraska VVesleyan University, Lincoln, Nebraska. Graham served with the American forces during the recent war. On his return he became student secretary of the Y. M. C. A. for the State of Arkansas and later general city secretary of Sherman, Texas. PRESIDENTS HELEN WALLACE .'.JI-. ACTIVIT LJ- p IES 3-'If RELIGION THE Y. M. C. A. HUT 323 RELIGION THE Y. W. C. A. CABINET .ACTIVITIES --I .1 I Il Sidwell, Meister, Duvean, Browning Gaylord, Mitschrich. Neely, Barbour Floyd, Gietzentnnner, Vlallace, Maloy, Breedlove K Phelps, VonTungeln, YVhite, Kelley Thompson, Bohannon, Halsted, Ball r l F M -- -Af--------2----,-f -7-.-M?-4 f -- - -- -: - - 4-,,.-......F.,.--,-....,,.,.r.,,.i5,..,....,.:,, .- 324 .-...-.....- I L, I I 1 ,LL P In In J.-.CHAR E 1'l Y: 74 i ,ir W ----' L 'AZ - - ACTIVITIES .U E. 74 ll.n.-J..- as Us Ls A A . Jxia :Ag RELIGION is 3 N- 53 I I N 5 ,-, 5, P -5 ,I , Q, 1' ,XA ,la 7 I-. l THE YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION li CABINET OFFICERS HELEN RUTH HoLERooK . . General Secretary HELEN WALLACE . . . President JULIA KELLEY . . . Vice-President MARGARET NEELY - .... Secretary HELEN MEISTER . . . . . Treasurer MILDRED SIDWELL . . Undergraduate Representative COMMITTEES HAZEL BoHANNoN ..... . Program DOROTHY THOMPSON . . . Finance LUCY BELLE DUNCAN . GLADYS HALSTEAD . ALTHEA BREEDLOVE HETTIE MALOY . . THELMA PI-IELPS . BERNICE GAYLORD . CARRIE Lou SMITH . GRACE BROWNING . . . Social Service . World Fellowship . . . Membership Girls' Reserve Adviser Norman High Adviser . . . Publicity . Religious Education . . . . Social DENOMINATIONAL VICE-PRESIDENTS FLORENCE MITSCHRICH . - .... Presbyterian EDNA WHITE ..... Methodist Episcopal, South ANNIE LAURIE VoN TUNGELN . . . Methodist Episcopal SARABETH BARBOUR . . . . . Baptist AUEREY FLOYD . . . Christian EX-OFFICIO MEMBERS if ELIZABETH BALL . - . . . President Women's Council ' MARGUERITE GIEZENTANNER . . President Pi Zeta Kappa Q , 'Q ,D ' . if Li ,fi- -J rl 7. 4 E7- V -f - fa,-. -f f Y , E W L, free ff L'?rTv"f" 'JH -f " gQ:'4312 F924 E FI .?E1?r?aRrZiiqff.1'.WCs'-'.?'7':r: -ME?"Y5'f:1',-El 325 ACTIVITIES '1 RELIGION TI-IE Y. M. C. A. CABINET WVilson, Thompson, Rice Boyd, Long, George Nalley, Todd Kemmerer, Schooler, Ingle Brittain, Dolph, Paden 326 5,-,nekrv i ACTIVITIES i.',f 5' ll bf. Jka UA. RELIGION THE YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIAIION CABINET OFFICERS JACK E. BOYD . . . - . . President LAWRENCE O. TODD . . Vice-.President JOHN T. BRITTAIN . . . Secretary DEPARTMENT CHAIRMEN DONALD E. SCI-IOOLER . . Religious Education and Evangelism VIRGIL G. NALLEY . .... Church Relations CLEO C. INGLE . . .... Community Service LEE B. THOMPSON - .... Campus Service CARL C. XVILSON . . Deputation and Gospel Teams LOY LONG . . . Student Volunteer Leader CLARENCE PADEN . . . - . Social BERT KEMMERER . . . Handbook Editor CHESTER COLE . . . Hi-Y Clubs DENOMINATIONAL VICE-PRESIDENTS GORMAN GOBER . . - .... Methodist, South ' f x -.-,N,., NORVIL GEORGE . . Methodist Episcopal NATHAN REED . . . Presbyterian CHARLES RICE . . . . Christian CHAUNCEY DOLPH - . Episcopal CALEB HILL . . . Baptist S924 I. M I M 327 fi-T' 5 fy M' ",g1-,Pi , 'FC' AV 'fd-5'-3 A 4. ' QW I C T 1 V ,, S' "Y.?'f, 'Aa '- ' if X '-1, 24 '35,--.-, - LA , -. ' 3A -I my, 1 ffgg1,,-.Aw ,, . , H -' i.,'?1'15g5ng"W. 'f f x-33. 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Wx 4 s" ' '-3 .I I I' 'QI I I a 1 I Ib Q ,P IP l 'I I I U , 'l ,I .N R 1 P LD P D I,gI 2 D 4 I-U 5 ,' I4 if I if .I X I I we I iii I ,I I ' 'N'Q I av QW I I A 'If pg' P IGI if v vw v - a f. 'few I924 so6-MIeIn.agiIygawfzSf?QII:4.Sv'gfs4gnfEQfaSfff.iw2IvaIv:fe1. f tnilnslr 'f, 1 ' , ,nl I , , --Af-'T ,Zh , -4-'ff 1 -r g if S , ii ,.,.,, 529 A 41 , - I I., I IIQI ga IG! f 1, A C T I V I T I E S .was A wa y ' TT' T Y"'jf?ff-H1731 VA' A """""' R. O. T. C. THE COMMANDANT CUYLER L. CLARK Major of Field A'ti11e1'y U. S. A. versity to take that position in September, '23, and has served as a Worthy successor to Major Gruber, under Whom the local unit received the distinguished rating. In his capacity as commandant Major Clark has entered every phase of the activities of the unit with energy and progress, so that at present prospects bid fair to bring the rating back to O. U. again this year. Major Clark is a native of Ohio from which state he entered the Academy in March 1910. Since that time his rise has been rapid to his present command thru an enviable overseas War record. He is a graduate of the advanced course for Artillery Oflicers of the School of Fire, Ft. Sill, Oklahoma. He has been responsible for Z1 great deal of improvement in equipment, system, and other phases in the local unit since coming to the university and can be judged as one of the most popular command- ants in the history of the unit. 1 1 1 , CUYLER L. CLARK, Major F. A. and commandant of the local unit came to the Uni- - - f - ' T 1m""4 """ "f 'bl'-7-V Y fr- --f-f--- nf-. , U, , ai., --5 vp resale 5 oo we sa w l 530 ' A C T 1 v I T I E s O ..-i f ll . Lf' . ... A ,,.,. ,-,, . .Y HQ . R, O. T. C. INSTRUCTORS IN MILITARY SCIENCE AND TACTICS MAJOR PARLEY D. PARKINSON CERADUATING from West Point in June, 1915, lX'Iajcr Parkinson entered the regular service, serving on the I1Iexican border and with the Punitive expedition under General Pershing in Mexico. He was commissioned a major of infantry August 3, 1918 serving as an executive officer in the Znd. Corps Scl'ool, in the A. E. F. l1fIajor Parkinson entered the lines with the 3rd Division and was wounded in action during the l1fIeuse-Argonne offensive. He became a member of the regular army of the university R. 0. T. C. in Rlarch, 1921. CAPT. JACK DOVVNING, F. A., U. S. A. CAPTAIN DOWNING entered the service at the be- ginning of the I-Norld VVar and was commissioned a captain in August of that year. In October 1918 he was commissioned a temporary liajor in the field artillery. In June 1920 Captain Downing was commissioned a captain in the 18th Field Artillery. After being a student in the artillery school at Valdahcn, France, from February 1918 to June 1918 he served as battery commander in the 21st F. A. until September 1918. He served as battalion commander of the 21st Field Artillery from Janu- ary 1919 until November 1921 when he reported to the University as an instructor in the Field Ar- tillery unit of the R. O. T. C. CAPTAIN WARNOCK CAPT. A. D. WARNOCK ENTERING the United States Army in 1916, Cap- tain Warnock served on the Mexican border until 1918. He served in France from July 1918 until July 1919, participating in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive and Defensive sectors. Captain Warnock was discharged in 1919 and reappointed as Captain of Infantry. He was sent to the Infantry school and on August 16th was ordered to the University as an Infantry instructor in the R. O. T. C. unit. T 'T 'ni ' 1 -V-Q., fa .'..X.-,I-Axvf. -.xx A X J 3 1'-. N .,. 1. -1 . .- . -. -.. .V ,. 1924 soonsn' . . 531 0 'Q 4 i 1 1-n Q 1 1 5 ,M ll 10. 1 .V i 11151, Q . . 11 w L JE .X t fn is s .J x- -i V. tw . Q ' 4 x i i I A R. O. T. C. INSTRUCTORS IN MILITARY SCIENCE AND TACTICS , l CAPT. LESTER J. WHITLOCK S. 1 , LESTER J. WHITLOCK, Captain F. A., and adju- 1741 xl tant of the local unit, has become Well known to A 'fifi all students thru the familiar signature attached to V , all "army" orders, excuses, absences, etc. Captain VVhitlock, who is a native of Ohio was admitted to hifi the Academy from that state. His pre-War record takes in his service as a ser- geant in Battery "B" of the Ohio National Guard, Sb' in 1916, then a commission in the O. R. C. as a second lieutenant, F. A., August 15, 1917, entering ,li -ly lf? the U. S. Army as a Captain, October 30, 1918, then leaving active service entering the F. A. D. O. L. as a Captain in July '20, He came to the ill IN University in the fall term of this past year taking QTZQQ 1.51 CAPTAIN WHITLOCK up work as instructor in field artillery for juniors PM and acting as adjutant, Where he has gained the lf esteem and good will of all students who have come " fill in contact with him. 1 f 1. ,lil CAPT. CHARLES A. VALVERDF, 1,-M CHARLES A. VALVERDE, Captain of Infantry, a native of Mississippi, entered the National Academy from California thence to the regular army as a private, October 4, 1915, serving as corporal, and sergeant, G. S. l. until June 10, 1917 when he was ' Hg :ggi commissioned as a first lieutenant, infantry section, O. R. C., July 1, 1920, being promoted to a cap- taincy in infantry, September 20, 1920. iff-jr! Captain Valverde, with his Mississippian accent lull and congenial spirit has become another popular lt, member of a popular "army" faculty at the Univer- , sity. His service in the local unit dates from Sep- amber- of 1923. . CAPT. SUlVlNF.R M. SMITH Q Hifi SUMNER M. sm-H,'captain, E. A., was admitted QS" to the Academy from New York. Captain Smith is 15 also a graduate of Colgate University, taking his 1 B. A. degree in 1908. His War record begins in June, 1917, when he entered the 2nd Field Artillery. First Division. His service continued with such U merit that he Was promoted in Held artillery, Novem- if ber 12, 1918, then joining the ranks of the F. A. Lei 1 l D. O. L. as a Captain, July 1, 1920. A., Since coming to the University of Oklahoma, ,-Qi" , Captain Smith has been a popular instructor in the . 1 I, CAPTAIN SMITH cadet corps of Held artillery in the local unit. J! 332 N . 7. 1 v v v v , , ' A f - i , 1 .-..,1.,, Q .. F N R. O. T. C, 4 X 9 ' 1 P 5 ! A . I 1 3, .. -Q -' ' Q33 K ,I , H N 1 N X E3 ' W .ff an 7 2, Q . . , - '1-'?5QJl L, 'Q , X ' . . P g , X, L f ' , 4. .f 1, 4 7 9 , s Y 9 ' N K' f ' Y ' ' 5 " sf ' I Il Ek fx 5 6 F M . . . . , f, r H K ,- A Erma-ffcealvwe 4 K ,S Y. e 5. mo" , . ' 'x v 3 I: I Z AFiT1LLsgy X A Q ll QPONSORS -rg. , 4 , '-I , ,. T 1 A T X '- ll- ' S W b U N W 4' " ., - A B69-A w . -, ,,, mvw-E Vmmmheng. PN me Jvanm. xl I In 9 QW? M52 QQ A X ,I ., ,.. 2 K b Nw-'kg xg V ,Q wsu f 1,93 " , '- - l -r l Ak ' -f 1- . 'S 1 ' ,4 , ' i s. N ll. 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UHONORARY COLONELSH MISS ADOLPHENE CLENIENTS MISS KATHRYNE LYTLE Artillery Infantry MISS VIRGINIA HODGDEN Battery A MISS JUANITA STEPHENS, Company A MISS ETHEL MCALPINE, Battery B MISS LORAINE COPPEDGE, Company B MISS BESS WEBB, Battery C I MISS LUCILLE HUNTINGTON, Com- MISS DOROTHY HORTON, Battery D pany C MISS ALBERTA DALE, Company D 4 MISS MARION BILLINGSLEY, Batte1-yE 7WiISS ELEANOR KINCAID, Company E MISS ELIZABETH WALKER, Battery F L MISS EBKNIA ZOE WILLIAMSON, Com- pany F USQQHSOQHER 534 FIVITIES nr . 'J 'N - , .I V A C T I V I T I E S ' I y,,j' .'. A :' ' -.C-:--. 1: A N' f x l I X. ,I I 71 N I 2 11.1 L LL ....,,m.L. L I 4 .. AA R. O. T. U. CADET OFFICERS FIELD STAFF, ARTILLERY - I ,...I I - F . ' Blzxckweldclr, llircl. Slllll,'!'. Mr-Cnllisle-r, Ijurnos, Given, Boyd, 'l'hOvI1!On COLONEL RALPH E. THORNTON FIRST LIEUT. LIONEL G. SUTTER , LIEIJT.-COLONEL PHIL E. BLACKXVELDER FIRST LIEL'T. LANDON A. IYICCOLLISTER IYIAJOR JACK E. BOYD FIRST LIEUT. ROBERT J. GIVEN IX-IAJOR LOUIS T. BARNES SECOND LIEUT. SAM K. BIRD 'J f A1 X 5 K A FIELD STAFF, INFANTRY Hohl, Mullins, Cheadle, Stinson, Stinson, Perkinson, Kerns COLONEL GEORGE M. HOHL CAPTAIN CLARENCE E. STINSON LIEUT. COLONEL M. H. MULLINS CAPTAIN HIRAM A. PERKINSON MAJOR JOHN A. CHEADLE FIRST LIEUT. FLOYD G. KERNS MAJOR HERNIAN B. STINSON I 535 gr v i F. l l l ll l I I l I . ,G ., li I 5 L. I fl 4? l I l I l, I Y I 1. .. , . H L ,e...,..,-.,.,a-,..,-..f+e-13,31--fy-L. I ,Se-1-ig.. ..,..... ..,-- , - f -,, , 1 l -,.--. -. .-e .. l ' , , X f f Rl? fTiA5.+ P- W- .1 ,-.- ...A T 4 A C T 1 V I T 1 E s ,Q .. V, H ,, I ,X K h , ,aw ,Flin S 1, il' 1 1 .. ii ' R. o. T. o. f"!, ix, N , 'M i yi 5, ll 33 , 3 fail ARTILLERY OFFICERS l ,,,, il ici lffi .ri li '31 ,gill 4, l l a ix 1 Pj, j ,V l '41 Dsl . ,L 1 7 l, g i gli f,'Ef l ' , ll - . V ,mg 1 , I 4 i I lg V4 Z-a' 1-A 2 'fe Y xl 1' .5 ,A if V ,l . 'l ,H ' Stevens, Price, Bird, Kupkn, McCollgin, Thornton, Howell, Sutter, Heiiley, Robinson, Hill, Montgomery, - I R. Thompson, Crawford, Haas, Allen, Buckles, Garrough - I . Qi? , I "QQ 5 Chzxllenner, Schulke, Mc-Collister, Blackwelcler, L, Thompson, Ballard, Hemphill, N. B. Smith, Barnes, H , Nj " Stewart, Dunham, R. A. Smith, Cothran, Bonebrake, Garcl1ne1', Boyd, Gwen k L 'gg ,N , Mi, 1 gi' 1 is l 4 QP? f ,E ' I ll zen , ' 9' : J w, l ' W i iii in , ll V T 1 ii l gm, INFAIN TRY OFFICERS ,, ,tm S up ,X Y 44 ' l 'N .s Q lr i , 1, is ll - l f 72? 2 l 1' fffl he or , ,si , X. 1 M0 1 1 uk: e "l " ,yi " I ,l :I K, 1, 5 lit? ,VW ei Q ,W ll :I Ziff ,. G P' , fl, R ', I J iss, lo 5 . , ue. 1 fl 'ff l , Wi, lfg' 1 Hixon, Kinnee, Mitchell, Brown, Grisso, Kerns, Cartlidge, May, Goolsby, Sartin, Hohl, Cheadle, Stinson, ,l if, ,-,Q Johnson, Shannon, Kahle, Chapman, Cameron, Fink, Mullins lf QI., U 4' i Tyler, Dukes, Blake, Cornish, B. P. Smith, Primrose, Koiman, Dawson, Shelburne, Wadsaok, Harris, ,i Q? i i 1, C. B. Smith, Sims, Halherson, Perkiuson, Gowland, Story, C2lfl'1C2l1't 1,3 l, ., H ,, , Uv X , 15,2 Q J., H1 It U 5 43 l .5 1 2 fi - ll ,i , i ri, i 1 ff '7 12,1 L., 1 ' VL 1' , +1 -. - - ..r- -. .,-. . ii-, i ,mi riff, i.fEZl:,'gf51fLi:?1-we:fra 51. 1: 'wr -' S22 fl 5 Q: in N E N VffQI"'S'ff fl H' 5 336 l H ,TLT Y V - .-...- -..---P..--ik rlffl:--,,f::l,5,gi'Ji,h'5A,,',.?,'3f5:S ii A C T I V I 'T I E S I -. 1. J l L 4 l ll l I 4 l ,l I I i i E l 4 A i 3 i in 'N l 5 v ll., - ,iz -S -...--,S-v.. . .. .,S..., ..4, 4 R. O. T. C. ARTILLERY CADETS BATTERY A wg. . ' J. x Y .kkinle + . fx V5 Adams, Barry, Carter, Cole, Hood, Hover, Joyce, Kennery, Hirk, Likins, Marshall, Martin, Moore, O'Dell, Overleese, Shelton, Snodgrass, Sockler, Stewart, Strange, Tobias, Wilson, Adams, Bass, Bates, Boatman, Bonehrake, Clark, Crawford, E. B. Duncan, E, C. Duncan, Evans, Bilbreth, Graalman, Hood, M. S. Horton, XV. S. Horton, Huser, Kendall, Lynch, Malone, Mc-Kinney, Moore, Paden, Roach, Shackleford, Shed, Shelton, Reeder, Scott, Shields, Smith, Stephenson, Sweet, Talbot, Wilcoxson, Young, Hamilton J. XV. DARROUGH . . . . Captain J. L. HAFLEY . . . . . . . . First Lieutenant ALLEN, STEVENS, DUVALL, BONEBRAKE . . Second Lieurenants I. B. THOMPSON ..... . First Sergeant BATTERY B Y T A-TWTTT Allen, Bass, Bolten, Christian, Cook, Crow, Croxdale, Deupree, Fullerton, Green, Guthree, Jones, Larson, Laynon, Long, McMurray, Neal, Roznerman, Sellers, Smith, Atherton, Berghauser, Bristoem, Bullock, Coughran, Denman, Duglas, Eads, Fisher, Fulton, Griffin, Grime, House Jackson, Jones, Lockhart, Miller, A. Neal, H. Neal, Nickey, Obermiller, G. Pigg, P. Pigg, Pointer, Ravitz, Reynolds, Root, Stephens, Strong Tartar, Ward, Webster, White, Willoughby, Wilson, Wright f I. C. HEMPHILL . . - . . . Captain G. L. BUCKLES - .... . First Lieutenant ROBINSON, STEVENS, CHALLENER, SMXTH . . Second Lieutenants H. V. TURNER -....... First Sergeant 337 - A --ff' . .. - ' u I i , ' Z-f A W-e ' ,gl .J f .TTL.,..., 1. .--,.f.L1...-LLP. f ' . O. T. . ARTILLERY CADETS E 'li ,5 A C T I V I T I E S , .1 if " ' A-t-2 M ' lib ' V R C I i i i lv i ai' .4 ' J' K , . I -. f J., I ' '. F I I I fs is , ,b ti. 5. I, 6 4 I D , W I I E ' 1 , li gb l I P l V l i l i X gl N I 4 i ll ri 1 ii. I BATTERY C Anderson, Arbuckle, Brittian, Brixey, Cricler, Crowder, Dolezal, Dunn, Frey, Hughes, Lamb, Lee, Mayes, Means Moodv, Shire, NVard, West, WVhistler, Benson, Birge, Bradford, Brockett, Carter, Corn, Crist, Curry Denver, Dorley, Downey, Fair, Gibson, Goggin, Gross, Henry, Kelley, Kurtz, Kuykendall, Ledford, Lee Luflington, Miller, Mosier, Neely, Purviance, Owen, Pearce, Prather, Reynolds, Roberts, Royster, Scott Shaff, Shaw I v I N. B. SMITH . ' - Capfaifl R. G. THOMPSON . . . . . . First Lieutenant DUNHAM, HOWELL, SCHUELKE, STEWART . . Second Lieuttenants W. J. THOMPSON . . . . - . . First Sergeant BATTERY D I i 4 T Il , I -f Blanton, Boothe, Canahl, Crowdus, Gilbert, Hall, Hatchet, Kauffman, Kerlin, Kornfeld, McCaEree, Pryse, Shafer, Stentz, Angleman, Broadhurst, Boren, Buck, Bushirk, Carry, Cathey, Chaptxnan, Clover, Davis, 'Q Decker, Dnrett, Edwards, Farrirnond, Haller, Hanan, Harris, Howard, Jarman, Jemkens, Jones, Kaiser, i Martin, Moore, Moussa, Nott, Parker, Randol, Sappington, Sheets, Shelton, Smith, Spence, WVaggoner, Q W, Wheatley H. VV. GARDINER . . . Captain yh L. E. FERGUSON . . . - . First Lieutenant I' MARTIN, MOORING, HILL, COTHRAN . . Second Lieutenants 1 VV. D. HALL . . . . . . . First Sergeant ii? 'S , 2,5 i Lan .. . ... . . . ' TTT' 7 QL., LH Q, .,. a-7' ,l.,fQ.f,a- ,If ' A AT"""Q'S?E'M"'1f,lf7. . , '. . f,f,f"f'i L' igmrfewvf- E22 4 25 O-G H E' -I - . 338 fb' -.X .-.,N '.,,- , Rv, ' A. C T I X I T I E S ,ll '-., ,' , 0Q29- ,ill I - ...er e .., u I' v C R, o. 'r. ct 4 . ,. 1 '1 w .3 ARTILLERY CADE1 S 4 BATTERY E 7 T, 1 -4 1. it . ' 1 '39 1 1: -.Zl:'!l.', ' .1 tif. ,ir ia. 'ff .IJ , . 5 l Q 'n l C xxlllllflgllf, Austin, Bray, Dislunnn. Giezunlnnnc-r, l'l:ililrul'tnn. Klnssnnr, Martin, M1-Fllycn, McNeese, Newman, i Richardson, Rogers, XYolfe, Ashbrook, Bc-nvor, Bullard, Cnnip, Charles, Crawford, Doughty, Earnest, 1 Frazier, Gorton, Gibbs, Gilbert, Hmnrick, Hzlrrison, lludrlleslon, Jones, Keiper, Kidd, Landon, Lockhart, , Loughney, Mayer, Mayfield, McKinney, Mr:Lnnglilin, Moore, Odin. Orgnin, Pace, Page, Rigslgzy, Ringo, Roberts, See, Seitz, Sparks, Sprndling, Steely. Swanson, Tlimnpson, Trnvis, Xvllf6l'lllll'j', Wells, White, XVilder L. B. Tl-IOMPSON . , . . . . . - Captain , R. bl. PRICE . . - . . First Lieutenant BALLARD, MCCOLGIN, GRIMES, MILES . . Second Lieutenunts A J. YV. BROWN . - . . . . . First Sergeant l I BATTERY F - ff """"""' ' I K -' ' -- . - - m.f.4.i fi? X I 2 l W Amos, Barret, Bond, Conine, Ford, Huffman, Luce, McCarter, McFadden, Mills, Murphy, Slough, Stolt, :Qt Wagner, Andrews, Barret, Bartholomew, Brady, Briscoe, Brown, Bryan, Buckholtz, Butler, Cates, Church, l. X Cloud, Cook, Duncan, Entriken, Farber, Farrley, Greenfield, Hunt, Keys, Kuser, Larzison, Leitner, McAfee, " Miller, Nickelson, Norris, Parkhurst, Porter, Puryeur, Roleke, Stevens, Stoop, Sullivan, Vernon, NVall, 'j White, Willbanks, Wilkes, VVillian1son, XVilnJot, YVOIFE, Rawlings, Ross ' F. R. CRAWFORD . . . . . - . . . Captain 3 g X C. J. HAAS . - . . . . . . First Lieutenant . , i l 4 ' KUPKA, SMITH, MONTGOMERY, SHONWALD, STEVENS . Second Lieuts. i b 4 J. C. CARROLL . . . . . . - . First Sergeant Q l l, t Q i J -Tr 1 if-f . "N J xi' 1 - ' V L , , 1: Yu- :ef Q .LL --i - 7,4-V ivfv V Y W Q ,..,..L.,4 - i- if J V2 132 -4,5 E R S rl? - 'F' - -V -7-W , -- --f.-- ef? , -. -, 339 1 Q , ,. .. 1. I " A ,, 7' Eff". - C T 1 V 1 T 1 E s I, P' M-at - eff -- - A-we P I I - - it R. O. T. C. INFANTRY CADETS COMPANY A z V . , A ,r . . '- ., :QEJALLE .2 Ames, Anthes, Barnes, Beatty, Carter, Conrad, Ellinger, Martin, Jackson, LeMaster, Merson, Patton, Rives, Steinberger, Green, Little, Mann, Tua, Tyler, Tolleson, VanMeter, Vaughn, Archerd, Barry, Bonds, Boylson, Brewer, Bucker, R. Campbell, K. Campbell, Collins, Cruce, Donaghe, Gable, Giddion, Gions, Hammons, Hudson, Kelly, Leahy, Maddon, Mannen, Marmanduke, Marx, Mead, Morgan, Page, Rogers, Royer, Rice, Selinger, Stunkle, Tedrow, Trunzler, Tuttle, Walker, Watson, D. Watson, Wilson, Wilkerson H. D. BROWN - . . . Captain F. G. KERNS . . . . First Lieutenant BYNUM, DUKES, KINNEE . . Second Lieutenants W. H. DOUGHERTY ..... . First Sergeant COMPANY B if lm V . Boardman, Bruner, Barret, Corbin, Delano, Diekason, Echols, George, Jones, McElroy, Passmore, Patton, Raney, Starr, Urbensky, Vacin, Whitfield, Wilson, Wood, Barret, Barwick, E. Brown, T. Brown, Bristow, Burkhead, Carroll, Clarkson, Cole, Curran, Denner, Eley, Floyd, Ford, Grimes, Harrington, Huckaby, Keilin, Miracle, Mullins, Montgomery, Oliver, Park, Pitohford, Rines, Mooney, Rose, Shaw, Sureck, Tippitt, Tokin, Tolleson, Talbot, Wilkinson, Yeary, Rodriguez V MILTON MAY - . . , , , Captain VV. A. CARTLIDGE .... . First Lieutenant SHELBURNE, Snvnvis, GooLsBY, BLAKE - . Second Lieutenants J- VV. HERRIN . . . - . First Sergeant 340 ,V fy- 'e t,1:g.- -1?-ir' i, A C TI V IT I E s x" , FC - R. o. T. C. INFANTRY CADETS ' COMPANY C '1 ti' l A ..,'.- ,I hurl ' N.f.'h . 1 V F Annet, Ashton, Billings, Brandeberg, Brazvll, Brown. Burns, Chntman, Clark, Cornelison, Durkee, Gann, Hollaway, Jankowsl-zy, Jones, Scott, Smith, Somniers, Thompson, Underhill, Willsey, Yoes, Anderson, Beard, Bixler, Blair, Booker, Carlock, Carmichael, Cunningham, Clift, Collins, Crabtree, Craven, Duffield, Dunlap, Gladstein, Good, Harwick, Harris, Holmes, Jefferson, Johnson, Kennedy, Lowe. Maberry, McCollum, lgeyei-s,YMt1rganiVNeal, 1?ifxw'nIzIn,WiLckelson, Orenlniun, Simon, Sprehe, Sluggers, Sullivan, Turner, Van aton, ea cl, asson, arrls, ' 1 'son E. S. GIBSON . - . . Captain O. VV.-KDSACK . . . - . . First Lieutenant SMITH, RICHMOND, GRISSO, BABCOCK . . Second Lieutenants , SAM Haooao . . - . . . . First Sergeant COMPANY D -' ' .. I l 5. t. l -in i I n " x '21, ' Brandenburg, Chatman, Edmondson, Edwards, Eicholtz, Ely, Green, Hughes, Jennings, Leavitt, McWhorter, W-Q Morris, Neel, Smith, Stephens, Thompson, Ashley, Bailey, Brown, Bowers, Cliiord, Draughon, Fleming, Guthrie, Harrison, Hester, Hinds, Hitch, Irby, Jones, Miller, Murrah, Preble, Puckett, Pyetee, Reavis, t Reeder ,Scott, Shields, Smith, Stephenson, Sweet, Talbot, Wilcoxson, Young, Hamilton W. F. HARRIS . . . . . . - . . Captain O. P. HDCON . . . . . . . First Lieutenant ffl PRIMROSE, DAWSON, LAsBRooK, TYLER . . Second Lieutenants W - 1 C. CANADA . . . . - . . First Sergeant ffl: lfwl ' U1 . tl-al, , n time 'TfT'7'F Q is or ' I F S e f IniQ.li"J'i:1gf"?'i'.'-44?1,":'fi'il'iQi5Q's'L'4laiyf'-'I.Y'K '1a'5':ii-JJ." ' I-3 LJ lj! 'Q 'QI' rt. ,1,- , s, . .vi , " ', . -'x ' 341 1 v s- '9',,g,W9,i', A C T I v I T I E s V :ZUJI CTW QVYV if-CY.,-6-F41 . . v V- Q f-' ---Y ' - . ,A.,-.vY,-,-:-ge -f-'L---fiijrf 'D' R. O. T. C. INFANTRY CADETS COMPANY E r' 5 i Bolding, Faulkner, Barber, Ingram, Kittredge, Mapes, March, Maybery, Moses, Wliitten, R. Atkins, R. L Atkins, Baird, Barret, Bentley, Bulla., Clinton, Cornelison, V. Cornelison, Deck, Dow, Dyer, Erwin Durbeck, Gober, Green, Gross, Gullatt, Harder, O. Harder, Harlan, Henderson, J. Hood, N. Hood, Huff Jasper, Lane, Lee, Mexwell, Murphy, Needham, Newlin, Phillips, Rue, Rhae, Robertson, Schwalm, Schafer Stewart, Teague, Thornton, Walker, Wl1eele1', Yartley, Moss x W. L. SHANNON . . . - . . Captain C. B. SMITH . . . - .... First Lieutenant HALVERSON, KAHLE, FINK, MITCHELL, CHAPMAN . Second Lieuts. F. W. WRIGHT . - ...... First Sergeant COMPANY F Barnes, Bohannon, Boone, Couch, Dorris, E. Hartman, Hartman, Heiiey, Howell, Hughes, Fleming Shuniate, Smith, Ustynick, Taylor, YVil1iumson, Bailey, Benedum, Bollinger, Casey, Comp, Copass, Creel Davis, Edwards, Elliott, Hall, Hughes, Jefferies, Landsen, Lawson, Long, Morrison, Morris, Pearson Roberts, Sancllin, Strauss, Stephens, Terrell, lVallace, Williamson, lVillim, Yeaton, Burrus, Xllhite L. I. GOWLAND . . , , . Captain J- W- CAMERON - ' . First Lieutenant STORY, DEAHL, C01-'FMAN . . Second Lieutenants BERNARD HAMMER . . . First Sergeant t Jrf'fi't?W9'??4ie'4iiPf'-?iffS f5ff5'?.5A13l92 35 och-:E C 342 ACTIVITIES R.0.T.C. THE R. O. T. C. BAND Barnes, Barret, Bartow. Battles, Blakely, Bland, Boylan, Blantch, Carpe-ntvr, Cate, Crawford, Creveling Crowder, Curtis, Davis, Diem, Eidson, Fvrpzuson, Fowler, Gilinger, Glaze, Goddard Goodner Gowdy Green Grey, Grirne, Haddock, I-Iolmlierg, Ingham, Ingle, I,indsay,' Mains, Mnson, IlIcBride, Monro, 'Mourer, Murphy, Phelps, Phillips, Ritter, Roane. Robison, Russel, Sanger. Smith, Stephens, Tallman, Thompson, Yanderpool. XVandland, Weidman, XVillianis, Wolfe, K. Wolfe, C. Wright, D. XVright, Thompson, Boyette, Base, Rucker BRYCE BARNETT . . Band Major THE R. O. T. C. RIFLE TEAM ,,..,..::n. - - Brown, Smith, Barret, Bixler, Durbeck, Morgan, Yardley, Carlock, Willim Terrell, Jasper, Bulla, Yeaton, Atkins, Strauss 343 ' .v ... ,I ACTIVITIES R. 0. T. C. HISTORY OF THE R. O. T. C. AT THE UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA MAJOR C. L. CLARK IN the spring of 1919 through the efforts of Dr. Stratton D. Brooks the R. O. T. C came into existence at the University of Oklahoma. 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'flea -. hjm fivf? ffl ,4-5"'l' .5 ' - ' ,..,:.n -1 X 151 fbi, 1, i .- I-s ,.. h 'fj:f'LQ,1 , 1-1 -jg ORGANIZATIONS STRAYGREEKS Bickel, Smith, Hallam, Atllc-rtun Cnrnwull, Slmrp, Jalan, Anlhis FRANCXS H. BICKEL . Sigma Phi Epsilon CHARLES CORXVVALL . - . Alpha Psi THELMA SMXTH . . . Zeta Tau Alpha EARL G. Axfms . . Delta Upsilon ARTHUR HALLAM . . Phi Kappa Sigma VVEBSTER SHARP . . Phi Kappa Sigma C. V. ATHERTON . . Pi Kappa Phi Vxousr Jnix . . Alpha Delta Pi GREEK I-IOSTESSES Fannin, Cain, Oliphant, Page, Mclntire Roscoe, Dewey, Doyle, Thompson, Mozeley Furboy, Bernard, Kelso, Pershing, Carey 369 ORGANIZATIONS FRATERNITIES THE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCII J Squyres, Savage, Chesher, Roberts Sullivan, Ludlow, Price, Snell YVa,rreu. Neale, Cornelius, Hervey lVlII1lJGl'lV, Malmffy. Bell, Mitchell Gallring, Johnson, Perry, Iugle 370 N , J ORGANIZATIONS 'W' , . 4 I uf l....-.-.,-,-i,,,I..-...................,,-,. Wa dh I FRATERN ITIES THE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL JOHN HERVEY . - . . President WALTER SNELL . - Secretary-Treasurer CHAPTER REPRESENTATIVES CLIFFORD FULTON GORDON BRISTOW ERNEST LYKINS WALTER MCCLELLAN JOHN CANTRELL Ross GAHRING CLARENCE 'WARREN ROYCE SAVAGE . JOHN HERVEY WALTER SNELL EARL CHESHER Kappa Alpha Kappa Sigma Bela Theta Pi Sigma Nu Sigma illpha Ejuilozz Sigma Chi Phi Gamma Della Phi Delta Them Acacia Pi Kappa Alpha Phi Kappa Psi Alpha Tau' Omega HARRINGTON VVIMBERLY RONALD JOHNSTON SCOTT SQUYRES DANIEL PERRY Delta Tau Delia Alpha Sigma Phi Pi Kappa Phi ROBERT PRICE MOTI' KEYS W. W. POTTER DIXIE GILMER GENTRY LEE KENNETH MITCHELL ROY MAHAFFEY BERT LUDLOW JOHN RATLIFF HILLIS BELL CLAIR HEENAN JACK NEALE JEROME SULLIVAN JAMES ROBERTSON XELLIS VVILKINSON 4 f 'f'i',.7l"'i, Q, ifi '--'iff -Q:- , " ff: - X,-QT-gfq V 5 371 ORGANIZATIONS KAPPAALPHA I I 1 1 l Y Barry, Grant, Roberts, Williams, Frazier Rucker, DeBusk, Pound, Thompson, Robinson Hayes, Maguire, McConnell, Fulton, Hilswick Hall, Howell, Price, Hill Freeman, Wallace, Bronaugh, Bailey Sidwell, Nolan, Newton, Duffield, Carr, Bondurant 372 iff ORGANIZATIONS KAPPA ALPHA 'ml 1- J t g . ff! Founded at VVaSlIingtOn Zlllil Lee I'IIlveI'Sity, 1865 Membership-14,377 Number of Chzzpters-54 FACULTY MEMBERS W. S. CAMPBELL B. 5. GRAHAM PAUL CARPENTER STUDENT MEMBERS Gradualf: C. V. SIDWELL, Oklahoma City C. P. BONDURANT, Oklahoma City KELLEY DEBUSK, Temple, Tex. 1924 BYRON HAYES, Oklahoma City VVELBOURNE BRONAUGH, Hugo CLIFFORD FULTON, Atoka GORDON CARR, Pauls Valley HAROLD FREEMAN, Pauls Valley C. E. STROUVELLE, Tulsa JAMES MAXGUIRE, Norman DEVERE MCCONNELL, Tulsa ROBERT BAILEY, Holdenville GEORGE GRANT, Oklahoma City VVATSON HALL, Dardanelle, Ark. TOHN ROBINSON, Oklahoma City HOUSTON HILL, Chickasha ROBERT PRICE, Oklahoma City CLYDE FERGUSON, Marlow ROBERT HOWELL, Holdenville BERNARD HUNTER, Oklahoma City CHARLES NEWTON, Tonkawa JOHN CORNISH, Oklahoma City GEORGE FRAZIER, Oklahoma City ARTHUR WILLIAMS, Oklahoma City MAX THOMPSON, Marlow CARL ROBERTS, Marlow FORREST DUFFIELD, Pauls Valley HAL SNODGRASS, Oklahoma City GORDON LOWE, Oklahoma City 1925 1926 1927 373 O. T. WETZELL, Oklahoma City W. M. NOLAN, Norman VVALKER POUNDS, Chickasha ROBERT BARNES, Marlow MARVIN VVASHBURN, Chickasha CHAPIN WALLACE, McAlester EMORY HARTMAN, Pauls Valley FRANCIS BERRY, Cherokee CHARLES HUGHES, Ardmore ADRIAN MASON, Oklahoma City GEORGE WILEY, Norman TRUMAN RUCKER, Norman L. H. HILSWICR, Atoka ORGANIZATIONS KAPPASIGMA Brown, Richards, Smith, Thompson, Greene, Hood, Kemmerer Bristow, Klossner, Slough, Meacham, Overlees, Miller, Hunt P. Lindsey, West, White, Dolph, F. Hood, J, Bellah, Roberts Deselms, Ketchum, Clark, Price, Guify, Gibson Gittinger, R. Young, R. Lindsey, Goodman Moore, Keyes, G. Lamb, H. Bellah, Austin Ralph, Mayes, Boyd, Haas, Comegys, Cannon 374 a 'RQYAEUMASAE O R G A N 1 Z A T I O N S L ' l"' 'GAT' YZE4' ... 1' ,.",1lY,- 2 A ' 3 - W. Sf E1 R ' KAPPA SIGMA - ' ' ' wr 'E "Tc S, L - - 45 fs 9 I 'S lf, -CQ ba E 9. S S Ie 'lr Ei Fl I bt P F l lf, I if . 4 ! F, University of Virginia, 1867 I Oklahoma Chapter, Gamma Kappa, 1906 , Membership--25,000 Number Of Chapters-92 4 FACULTY MEMBERS DR. EDGAR MEACHrXM DR. EARL KETCHAM HUTTON BELLAH 4' FRED HOOD I STUDENT MEMBERS , Graduales CHANCEY DOLPH, Henryetta FRANK PATTERSON, Weatherford 1924 I GORDON BRISTOW, Ardmore JAMES THOMPSON, Pauls Valley ERMON MCLAUGHLIN, Norman MOTT KEYS, Hollis if JACK BOYD, Tishomingo PAUL LINDSEY, Pauls Valley 4 MAURICE MCLAUGHLIN, Norman VVALKER COMEGYS, Ardmore 9 PAUL GOODMAN, Durant If 1925 t, CHARLES GREEN, Mineral VVells, Texas MARVIN MCCOMB, Oklahoma City bi BYRON DESELMS, Guthrie FLOYD GREY, Weatherford JAKE HAss, Okmulgee ALVIN MEACHAM, Clinton 4 . I' BERT KEMMERER, Carrollton, Mo. BRYAN GIBSON, Elmore City 4 MARSDEN AUSTIN, Chickasha JOHNSON CLARK, Tishomingo RICHMOND DUVAL, Atlanta, Ga. KING PRICE, Fairview 2 BILL HAND, Stillwater - CECIL HUNT, Tulsa I 1926 P4 JOE THOMPSON, Ardmore JESS REEVES, Pryor D' JOE MAYES, Pryor RAY LINDSEY, Pauls Valley 4 ELMER SLOUGH, Ardmore ROY LAMB, Ardmore Pg LYNN OVERLEES, Bartlesville ROY GUFEY, Shawnee ARTHUR KLOSSNER, St. Louis, Mo. fi 1927 to EUGENE WEST, Keota TEDWARD HARRISON, Oklahoma City JACKSON BELLAH, Hollis PRICE GITTINGER, Norman if JRGORDON KEYS, Pryor JOE C. MILLER, Ponca City ,J XLEWIS COX, Oklahoma City QQ Urzafiliaiecl tif ROBERT LEHEW, Norman NORTON ROLPH, Streator, Illinois DONALD MORSE, Jackson, Miss. LAWRENCE BARTEL, Wichita Falls, Texas fi MARSHALL BROWN, Tulsa RAYMOND YOUNG, Wichita, Kansas ELLIS CANNON, Waukomis ROBERT WHITE, Paris, Arkansas ri , T WARREN WOOLEY, Clinton . ' i'Pledge - - :aaa gsiiiliiigif if-f,,.f.fg EES A J 75 ORGANIZATIONS BETATHETAPI Peterson, Ford, Neal, Nance, Lykins, Smith Potter, Douglas, Pearson, Schai, R. Thompson, Kniseley Baker, Yoder, L. Thompson, Wright, Hanson, Long Blackwelrler, Cook, W. Thompson, Holmberg Downing, McCol1ough, Lamb, Ingham, Murchison, Entriken Cain, Brecheisen, Harris, Ringo 376 ,. f "-Lia - M. ...i Z...u,,,, MTL., ' 'rv,,'N.'?4i,.:Q!m4'-Nyfst.. ORGANIZATIONS mv,,ggggAv':"f, .auf l .-A-A --A L . Lad... - 0 . ,Y ull D' T BETA THETA PI , if Q I iv l r nfl bn , get 9' I D Will , ic: o r. -5 yi v' . p. b 'iq- . ' MSS, ug 'Q 5 1 p Founded at Miami University, 1839 l i . Membership-34,192 Number of Chapters-83 FACULTY MEMBERS .ji W I. S. BUCHANAN CART. SUMNER SMITH i d, -- L. B. NICE -I H. FELGAR P' X qi S. R. HAOSELL F. G. TAPPAN 3 . ' CAPT. L. J. VVHITLOCK T 5. STUDENT MEMBERS , 1924 A -i . ' VV. VV. BAKER, Enid M. VV. EDDLEMAN, Ardmore li, '. I. S. BUCHANAN, JR., Norman E. B. LYKINS, Ardmore l' ' P. E. BLACKWELOER, Norman F. H. MURCHISON, Muskogee 4-- I W. W. POTTER, Ardmore L. E. LAMB, Clinton if J. H. TAGGART, Guthrie 4 1 if 1925 1' ' . 4 P. R. HANSON, Oklahoma City R. G. THOMPSON, Nowata 'Q' 4. J. H. LONG, Muskogee L. B. THOMPSON, Nowata y qi I A. G. NANCE, Clinton E. H. MCCOLLOUGH, Houston, Texas A B V. E. Cook, Guthrie R. B. Form, Poteau .W K . H. B. KNISELEX', Tishomingo . ' 1926 T2 rl ff VV. A. LACKEY, Oklahoma City D. F. WRIGHT, Miami 1 l ,l E. J. DOWNING, Tulsa R. A. YODER, Tulsa . f l A C. E. FORD, Enid E. P. PETERSON, Haskell 12 Q5 if E. C. MULLENDORE, Cleveland F. J. BARTLESON, Muskogee NG, ,Q W. J, THOMPSON, Nowata j? 3 if 1927 .1 qi V S. J. SMITH, Sapulpa J. R. PEARSON, Muskogee HE. L. F. HOLMBERG, Norman R. S. BRECHEISEN, Muskogee MQ i - I. S. ENTRIKEN, Enid K. W. INGHAM, Oklahoma City - 1 4 B. H. SCHAEF, Tulsa - S1 i Pledges 'g R. B. RINGO, Nowata A. N. NEAL, Cleveland Wa' C K ' Lal! . T' ' jx u L. .... -- fl.' B ' "0ig'4x"f5'i'f3:'f3iimf5'f'3fWmi39fffEfQ'924 50939E!!65E?9?Q9?3152'Rie5?32f?i?i5f'3?1?Siff,-sie-all C 377 A ORGANIZATIONS SIGMANU VVagner, Clark, Seitz, Harding, McAdams, Schultz, Brasted Hendricks, Lashbrook, McBride, Ponder, Couch, Smith, Scott Green, Ledford, Pyeatt, Godfrey, Hartford, Martin, Dennman Darrow, Haller, Bohannon, Fentern Cox, J. Brown, Brockman, Fox, Wilkinson, Hickman Short, Radford, Sanger, P. Brown, Wilder, McClellan 5 Steely, France, Crawford, Wolfe, Gilmer 378 9 O. 1 15. .5 O R G A N I Z A T I O N S vgE y 1 Q T.i:l..:jgle E. .. Mis Y . i P l I ,cl eg 1 Y TJ SIGMA NU ,al y I V L ' Is:-, ,L-Sal Q' F , I ll QQ l 1 ' - 1 4 R Lal I P' I EQ, I '- ljljlfl . , 'ill -e , 1 Fifi l YH ,. Mi! f ' ' ll lib f " A lf' I . , I., , fi l if'-. . 2.4 I ' SI 1: PEM! X W I l T I, L I-I C . lid, 7 . . . .. . If l I Founded at Virginia MIlItary Institute, 1869 gg, J '- Membership-19,000 Number of Chapters-90 iq' P Oklahoma, 1909 -, - FACULTY MEMBERS 4 ,A-. PROE. J. F. PAXTON CAPT. G. L. DOVVXING I 'cl PROF. J. L. RADER COACH BEN G. OWEN ry' , STUDENT MEMBERS We 7- 1924 'j 'f WALTER MCCLELLAN, Blackwell 'WILLIAM GILMER, Oklahoma City I 14 VVILLIAM Cox, Carmen RICHARD SI-IULTS, McKinney, Texas I 5- VVILFORD MORSE, Blackwell CARL MCADAMS, Okmulgee ' A ' fl JACK RADEORD, Oklahoma City PERCY BROWN, Shawnee I ' 192.7 1 A TOM GODFREY, Cherokee ED SHORT, Tulsa 'X X ED BROCKMAN, Tulsa FERRELL MARTIN, Tulsa g i' EARL HENDRICKS, Oklahoma City CLYDE VVAGNER, Tulsa ' F' GLEN HARTFORD, Oklahoma City ERLE FENTEN,.,Ad3 In I, PHILLIP GREEN, Tulsa FENTON SANOER, Oklahoma City ii GEORGE Fox, Cushing BOYD COUCI-I, Carmen e- 1926 A F 5 1 FLOYD MCBRIDE, Oklahoma City RUSSEL STEELY, Canyon City, Colo. , ' Q. B. DAVIS, Duncan CURTIS M. SMITH, Rotf 41 l VVALTON' DARROUGH, Vinita JOHN DENMAN, Independence, Kansas ' lQ 1 3 VTOSIE HICKMAN, Altus FRED PYEATT, Tulsa I 1.4 I EVERETT CLARK, Cherokee aEARTIiUR LASHIIROOK, Blackwell ffl .5 WILLIAM WOLTE, Oklahoma City LUTHER BOI-IANON, Muskogee 57' p REVIS PONDVR. Mangum ll 'X 1927 lpfj' 6 MONTEZUMA LEDFORD, Tulsa XVVILLIAM SEITZ, Oklahoma City , in 5' WILLIAM HALLER, Oklahoma City EGBUSTER BASS, Oklahoma City ggi . 4 , KERMIT HARDWICK, Lexington KENNETH VVILKINSON, Muskogee ij? I MERLE DENNY, Lawton XHOWARD SCOTT, Miami 'gi gf R. E. WILDER, Tulsa KEDWARD MCCABE, Brooklyn, N. Y. .II - fg TJAMES SCOTT, Watonga FRED BRASTED, Fort Worth, Texas N 3 W ' If.. l Q4 'TI-Wedge. ij I My 63. 55:8 li gl ."-if l -'Y Z' In -I"fT V 5 v V- A ' I 'Y Ee- ""'Efs"':-- ""'e'- WJZSL-f'?1f ilE'?i 192 ng s oo QE 5 379 ORGANIZATIONS SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON Ligon, G. Lee, Leahy, Stewart, Yoes, Cantrell Hall, Kerr, Williams, Kennedy, Lannom, Davis Lacey, VVooten, Holman, Smith, McGuire, Hayes Decker, Baker, Clover, Johnson, Carey, Mann Marshall, Edmundson, Tolbert, Cornelius McKinley, Edwards, Mullins, Chism Cole, Graham, Cash, H. Lee 380 ORGANIZATIONS SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON br " -5 A ., 1: I r1f1..L'?f f'-3,3-v" .hs Founded at the Uriiversity of Alahamzl, 1856 Membership-30,1-l2 Number of Chapters-9+ Oklahoma, 1909 FACULTY MEMBERS JOHN JACOES JAMES R. VIQOLBERT, JR. JOHN MOSELEX' STUDENT MEMBERS City 1924 JOHN CANTRELL, Tulsa AGNEW VVALKER, Shawnee GEORGE CAREY, Shawnee FRED HOLMAN, Guthrie TRAVIS CASH, Hollis COLEMAN HAYES, Durant LEWERS CORNELIUS, Antlers EDWARD JOHNSON, Norman BURNELL GRAHAM, Bartlesville R. C. LANNOM, Bartlesville GENTRY LEE, Hugo 1925 DONLEY BAKER, Tulsa EDWARD LEAHY, Pawhuska LLOYD CI-IIJSM, Ada EDWARD LIGON, Tulsa RICHARD EDWARDS, Oklahoma City EDGAR MARSHALL, Chandler HAWLEY KERR, Tulsa LLOYD MOGUIRE, Guthrie EARL LANGFORD, Norman GORDON VVILLIAMS, Vlfeatherford JOHN WOOTTEN, Chickasha 1926 CHESTER COLE, Ardmore FLOYD LACEY, Anadarko JACK DAVIS, Shawnee HARRELL LEE, Hugo HAROLD DECKER, Guthrie RUDOLPH LITTLE, Norman HUGH EDMONDSON, Mayesville, Ark. JACK MANN, Muskogee WILLIAM HALL, Norman LEON STEVVART, McAlester TRUMAN YOES, Norman 1927 JACK CLOVER, Tulsa MILAM MOKINNEY, Oklahoma TJOI-IN CRIDER, Durant 'WILLIAM MULLINS, Madill PAUL KENNEDY, Purcell ERANDOLPH ROGERS, Pawhuska XSTANLEY SMITH, Tulsa fPleLlge. ' 381 ORGANIZATIONS SIGMACHI Stnndeven, Costelle, Cunningham, Collins, R. Fleming, Cable J, Talbot, G.:1hring, Douglas, Baker, Mitchell, England Morrison, King, Plummer, Wood, Weist, Sullivan Hodges, Kennedy, Houea, YV. Talbot YVasson, Rice, Eagleton, Porter, Montgomery Evans, Cutron, Jeide, L. Fleming, Simms, Slxaumm 382 ORGANIZATIONS SIGMA CHI Niembership-20,928 T. H. BREWER V. E. MONNETT 'tit itil Fouricled at Miami l'niversity, 1855 Name of Chapter, Beta Kappa Oklahoma, 1912 Number Of Chapters S1 FACULTY MEMBERS J. H. MARSIIBERN J. XVYATT MARRS STUDENT MEMBERS G rad ua Irs Ross GAHRINO, Norman NEAL A. SULLIVAN, Newkirk RAY TTROSPER, Oklahoma City 19211 ED. CATRON, Ponca City PHILLIP COLLINS, XVOOdstock, Vermont VVILLIAM CREEL, Sayre JAMES EAGLETON, Norman TCHARLES DAUDERT, ROMAYNE BAKER, Ponca City GAYLORD BARRETT, Ponca City JOHN COSTELLO, Lindsay DONALD EVANS, Enid DEVVEY GOODVVIN, Anadarko EDWARD HODGES, Newkirk ROBERT ALLAN, Guthrie EDGAR CONES, Lawton JOHN DUNLAP, Shawnee LAWRENCE EDWARDS, Ponca City VVILLIAM ENGLAND, Ponca City LLOYD FLEMINC, Hugo WEBB HERRON, Vinita BERNHARD HAMMERT, Anaclarko ROY 1923 1926 1927 TKENNETH CAMPBELL, Parsons, Kansas ROGER CUNNINGHAM, Oklahoma City TJOSEPH DORLEY, Anadarko TRALPH FLEMING, Hugo WINSTON JEIDE, El Reno JACK TALBOT, Tulsa BERT JOI1 NSON, Tulsa IQEXXETH IVIITCHELL-, Oklahom Citi RAYMOND TVIOORE, Norman TVIICHAEI. MULVEY, Yukon Carnegie HOWARD KING, El Reno ELWOOD IQENNEDY, Okmulgee R.xNDOI.,pI-I IVICCURT.-XIX, Durant JACK SIMMS, Norman NORTON STANDEVEN, Tulsa HI-IUBERT DOUGLAS, Okmulgee TLEO MORRISON, Lexington COLE, NlcAlester 'RHARVEY COBB, McAlester CARROLL HONEA, Harrah JAMES MOSIER, Pavvhuska ROGER PLUMMER, Broken Arrovr JAMES PORTER, Tulsa WILLIAM TALBOT, Tulsa LAKE VVOOD, Mena, Arkansas XCALDWELL KUYKENDALL, Temple Tekas JACK MONTGOMERY, Cushing EARL MOORE, Norman RODERICK RICE, El Reno LANDLES SI-IANNON, Durant DON VVASSON, Antlers THARRY VVIEST, Lawton "Pledge 383 LEONARD LOG xx DEMPSEY MORRISON ORGANIZATIONS PHI GAMMA DELTA Lee, Ruppert, Groom, Sloan, Burtis, Egolf, Grimm Blair, Rankin, Evans, Fink, Vizard, Moore. Poe Monroney, Dobry, LeVan, Cromwell, R. Thompson, W. Thompson, Gowland Avery, W1'ight, Arbuckle, Lawton, Meyer, Hutchins, VVheeler Williams, Bell, C. Miller, Kennerly Priebe, N. Miller, Parker, Morgan McCallister, Abbott, Fitzgerald, Mahaffy, Wz11'1'en, Guthrey 384 ORGANIZATIONS PHI GAMMA DELTA f11.11A- GNFU Founded at XvZlSl1lIlgfOl1 anti Jefferson, 18-P8 Membership-19,500 Number Of Chapters-67 FACULTY MEMBERS PARLEY D. PARKINSON JOSH LEE H. COOLEY HOMER L. DODGE STUDENT MEMBERS Cradualc VIRGIL ALEXANDER 1924 SIDNEY GROOM, Bristow LEE CROMVVELL, Enid MARCELLUS PRIEBE, Norman BUFFINTON BURTIS, Muskogee JOHN RICHARD VVHEELER, El Reno VVILLARD EGOLF, Muskogee PIERRE GRIMMETT, Pauls Valley WILLIAM GROUNDS, Okmulgee JAMES FITZ GERALD, Tulsa JACKSON SLOAN, Houston, Texas ROY MAHAFFY, Oklahoma City DALE AREUCKLE, Enid RICHARD LAWTON, Oklahoma City HAYWARD WRIGHT, El Reno THOMPSON REID, Tahlequah LEIGHTON AVERY, Tulsa IALMER MONRONEY, Oklahoma City GEORGE LEVAN, El Reno WILLIAM THOMPSON, Oklahoma City CLARENCE XVARREN, Sapulpa DOBRY, Yukon 1925 1926 FRED VVALLACE, El Reno NIAURICE RUPPERT, Sand Springs CHARLES PARKER, St. Louis, Mo. NESBITT MILLER, Oklahoma City TI-IURMAN VVILLIAMS, Chickasha DAVID MORGAN, Tulsa JOE BELL, Alva MAXINARD KENNERLY, VVewoka FRANK ABBOTT, Tulsa LANE POE, Tulsa HERMAN MCCALLISTER, Marlow REX EVANS, Tulsa MAC HUTCHENS, Fort Worth, Texas JOHN FINK, Muskogee FERN FUSON, Oklahoma City GORDON GUTHERY, Dallas, Texas STEWART MEYERS, Oklahoma City CLYDE MOORE, Pauls Valley THEODORE LEE, Oklahoma City EDGAR GRIMM, Stroud 1927 385 LEWIS J. GOWLAND, Oilton CHARLES MILLER, Sapulpa JOHN BLAIR, Oklahoma City RICHARD RANKIN, Marlow WOOD RIGSBY, Oklahoma City PARIS VIZARD, Pleasant, Mills, WILLIAM NOEL, Kansas City, Mo. Ind. ORGANIZATIONS B PHI DELTA THETA Savage, McColliste1', Pendleton, Harris, Price, Bayette Bass, Ludlow, Brewer, Shields, Sharpe, Bonds Williamson, Royer, Brittain, Mote, Driggers, Reider Lindley, Carrol, Eicholtz, Robinson, Snyder, Samuel Hoffman, Thomas, Harlow, Bowles, Stroup, XVarren 'S.Varner, Coppedge, Harrington, Ellinger, Rundle, Brownson Shumate, Bower, Harrison, Thatcher 386 ORGANIZATIONS PI-II DELTA TI-IETA r-CW 90 Membership-36,000 Number of Chapters-91 Founded at Miami Viiiversity, 18-l-S Oklahoma, 1918 FACULTY MEMBERS L. A. TURLEY E. B. FERRELL M. I. STONE H. V. MCDERMOTT STUDENT MEMBERS 192! CLARENCE MORRISON, Norman CHARLES COPPEDGE, McAlester HERSCPIEL CTR.-XHAM, Oklahoma City JOHN HARRINGTON, Oklahoma City PAUI. HOWARD LINDLEX, Fairview ROYCE SAVAGE, McAlester L.-XURENCE FERGUSON, Anadarko GEORGE VVARNER, El Reno LANDON MCCOLLISTER, Mangum JOHN BRITTAIN, Oklahoma City THOMAS BASS, lVIuskogee MORRIS BARRETT, Ryan DORSET CARTER, Oklahoma City ,TOHN CARROLL, Muskogee MACKLIN EICHOLTZ, Muskogee FRED MILLS, Tupelo, Miss. MAURICE HARRISON, Muskogee DANAH BOYETTE, Lawton EARNEST SHARP, Oklahoma City TELIAS FUNK, Oklahoma City FRED SHIELDS, Okmulgee WFRANK POTTS, Ada XCECIL STROUP, Krebs CAMP BONDS, Muskogee TJACK REEDER, Oklahoma City +Pledge. STAXTON THATCHER, Oklahoma Citi EDWARD SXYDER, Oklahoma City CLIFF BOWLES, Norman HOWARD SAMUELS, Houston, Texas lVlO'l'E, Sapula 1925 1926 1927 387 ROBERT BREVVER, Tulsa KIRBX' VVARREX, Oklahoma City RICHARD PENDLETOX, Norman HURT LUDLOVV, Oklahoma City IAZOWARD HARRIS, Muskogee TTMMETT ROGERS, Pawhuska P.-XLPH ELLINGER, Noble OTHO SI-IUMATE, Oklahoma City TTOY HOFFMAN, Oklahoma City B. P. SMITH, Chickasha VVILFORD THOMAS, Lawton RAY BOWER, Muskogee TXVILLIAM DRIGGERS, Chickasha RALPH RUNDLE, Apache TDAVE PRICE, Norman DWIGHT ROBINSON, Sapulpa TTUSTIN WILLIAMSON, Oklahoma City TCOY HARLAN, Wichita Falls, Texas FRED ROYER, Dallas, Texas ALLEN BROWNSON, Chickasha ORGANIZATIONS ACACIA Guthrie, lNilson, Ensey, Hervey, Rutherford, Price Gibsou, Maxwell, Miracle, Shaw, Reeves, Harris Sullivan, Jackson, Mathias, Krueger, Davidson, VVeirich McMillen, Atkins, Manke, McIntyre Howell, Danvers, Lynch, Poynter, McCall, Green Kelly, Bullis, Hargis, Henry, Hemphill 388 l ORG ANIZATIONS ACACIA Z Ftznndcd :It Melnbersliip-7,600 IvIllK'El'5lIj' Of Micliigali, 190-1- ' Number Of Chapters-36 Oklahoma, 1920 ' FA CYLTY MEMBERS DR. EDWIN BEBARR G. H. SMITH CECIL LANGFORD J. F. BROOKS DONALD DR. D. B. R. JOHNSON I-I. L. IVIULDROXV E. E. DALE EMIL LQRAETTLI Graduate' DANVERS, Oklahoma City STUDENT MEMBERS GLEDCA SANDERS, Watonga DWIGHT SI-IAW, Muskogee RUSSELL LYNCH, Hennessey MARK HARGIS, Guthrie JOHN HERVEY, Marlow TJOE HEMPHILL, Madill ROY KELLY, Bristow LEE MAHNKE, 'Waukonis CARROLL REEVES, Norman GUSTAV KRUEOER, Henryetta LUTHER ATKINS, Ardmore CHARLES GREE'N, Cleveland LUTHER DULANEY, Ardmore CLIFFORD MAXWELL, Spiro XFLOYD RUTHEREORD, Henryetta XISHAM GOWINS, Lockney, Texas XGLENN BULLIS, Oklahoma City KGERSTER BROWN, Ardmore TJESS MIRACLE, Okemah 43 kPledge. 1924 JOHN RATLIFF, Oklahoma City COLVERN HENRY, Lockney, Texas RAY MCMILLEN, Ranger, Texas XPETE MARTIN, Norman CLYDE JACKSON, Henryetta LEE WILSON, Oklahoma City ALEE MCINTIRE, Geary 1925 MIXURICE HOWELL, VVynnewood LELAND DAVISON, Bristow ERLE GIBSON, Bristow JAMES ENSEY, Norman RUSSELL VVEIRICH, VVhite City, Kansas 1926 JOE PRICE, Muskogee XCHARLES GUTHRIE, Henryetta CHARLES MATHIAS, Norman -TOHN PAYNTER, Blackwell HAROLD SULLIVAN, VViclIita, Kansas 1927 WMARCUS CARTER, Madill HEEER HARRIS, Oklahoma City JOE MCCALL, Wilson 389 ORGANIZATIONS SIGMA ALPHA MU Robinson, Keller, Milstein Rienhiemer, Manatt, May Jankosky, Gladstein Weiss, Angleman, Gharney 390 ORGANIZATIONS SIGMA ALPHA MU fi Founded at City College of New York, 1909 Membership-3,000 Number of Chapters-32 Oklahoma, 1920 FACULTY MEMBER DR- C. J. FISHMAN, Oklahoma City STUDENT MEMBERS HAROLD IQELLER, Pawhuska LoUIs CIIARNEY, Wilburton FRANK JANKOSKY, Tulsa A MILTON ALFRED GLADSTEIN, McAlester LOUIS ANGLEMAN, KingHsher 1924 ALEXANDER VVEISS, Cleveland, Ohio 1925 DAVID MILSTEIN, Coalgate 1926 JAMES MANATT, Amarillo, Texas MAY, Oklahoma City 1927 391 XVILLARD REINIIEIMER, Amarillo, Texas LAWRENCE ROBINSON, Hominy ORGANIZATIONS PI KAPPA ALPHA l E i TJHM3.1', Redfield, Roberts, Mordy, Robinson, Camp Scott, Baird, Vlfilcox, G, Grimes, Rawlings, J. Boll Berd, Garrett, Benedum, Means, lrVhite, Thomson Barry, Scott, Moore, Bolton, Smith, Lynn Tierney, Johnson, McKinney, Armor Martin, Cunningham, Black, Picknrd, H. Grimes, Snell Grisso, Terrel, H. Bell, Carpenter 392 ORGANIZATIONS PI KAPPA ALPHA Founded at the I'niverSity of Virginia, 1868 Membership-20,000 Oklahoma, 1920 Number of Chapters-6+ FACVLTY MEMBER DR. JOSEPI-I C. STEPI-IENSON I STUDENT MEMBERS 1924 VVALTER SNELL, Oklahoma City JAMES LAMAR, Morris GEORGE ARMOUR, Canton LOUIS NORVELL, Oklahoma City HILLIS BELL, Tulsa GRANVILLE TIERNEY, Muskogee JOHN REDEIELD, Ardmore :FCOLBERT MOORE, Norman JESSE JOHNSON, XYichita Falls, Texas 1925 CHESTER YVARREN, Temple RUSSEL GRIMES, Norman ORRIN STEVENS, Norman RONALD CAMP, VVichita CARLETON CUNNINGI-IAM, Tulsa ARL BARRY, Chickasha LAZELLE VVHITE, Drumright Falls, Texas GEORGE SMITH, 1926 JOHN PICKARD, Guthrie ROGER KOLTER, VVichita Falls, Texas JOHN WILCOX, Bixby J THOMAS BENEDUM, Morris HARRY LAWRENCE, Norman ARTHUR CARPENTER, Ardmore J. EDVVIN 1927 CECIL BAIRD, Blackwell JOHN NELSON, Bartlesville SAM SCOTT, Kingfisher GENE RAWLINGS, Okmulgee HAROLD BERD, Fort Gibson "'Pledge. 393 HERBERT SCOTT, Norman BYRON ROBERTS, Tonkawa DONNEL ROBINSON, Cordell JACK BELL, Tulsa MERWYN BLACK, Bowie, Texas JO-I-IN LYNN, Fairfax ' EEPGLENN MORDY, El Reno Fairfax JAMES THOMSON, Oklahoma City FOREST MEANS, Norman BIRD BOLTON, Fairfax TDAN REYNOLDS, Tulsa TDICK GRISSO, Seminole OLEY MARTIN, Tahlequah GAIQRETT, Fort Smith, Arkansas WARREN TERRELL, Guthrie THARLAN GRIMES, Norman 'GEORGE GRIMES, Norman GEORGE MCKINNEY, Norman DELBERT VVILLARD, Pond Creek ORGANIZATIONS PHIKAPPAPSI Jackson, Wright, Clarke, Dysart. Laughney, Putnam Crowder, Clover, Lee, Heenan, Goddard Dawson, Ferguson, Densmore, Carter Aldridge, Boardman, Floyd, Chesher A. Smith, Mugler Flynt, L. Smith, Graham, Dutton, Leavitt, C. Smith 394 ORGANIZATIONS PI-II KAPPA PSI Q' :I .4 , 'ii -72' --1 ' 3 . , , ,.. . . . ,I. - Q ,-ng, p' ,X . hu 5,,1,,,1, l""" ' 'ig"'!,,:5,3f .. ' ,' ,,' --- ' -L .1 H -. Ji E - 1 . .I -- g5'4.1a,:f ' ' A l -fa-' - I I m ti., .,A A: ,, -- I T217 lm' fx-T ' 7' rl 4 ' Il- 1 2 , - V Q ll ,v V ,JI :pa .-,-,rx .., . . .4 .vig Meg.. .. , ,I ' , P ,,.,.. .- ., g- I, l 'E ,U .f . 7-12"-,1 -,-- M'--8, 4 5 , . fA,i.,:,g L gvjn - ' A .. ' ' ' f ""1:Lj:j' - 'F-'51 I i f ,I IIQKZIS Founded at jefferson College, 1852 Membership-22,500 Total Number of Chapters-49 Oklahoma, 1920 FACFLTY MEMBER FRED PADCETT STVDIZNT MEMBERS 1924 EARL CI-IESHER, Norman GEORGE GRAHAM, Okemal. CLAUDE FERGUSON, Kansas City BART ALDRIDGE, VVewoka HUGPI PUTNAM, Oklahoma City MILTON JACKSON, Perry CHARLES DAVIS, Fort VVorth, Texas 1925 LYNN LEE, Minerva, Texas CLAIR IIEITNANY, Oklahoma City LEO DEXSMORE, Okmulgee ADRIAN SMITH, Perry CLINTON STEINBERGER, Chiekasha MAURIGE DYSART, Clarksville, Texas JOHN MUGGLER, Perry CLINTON DUTTON, Houston, Texas 1926 EUGENE AMES, Camden, Arkansas LLEWELLYN LEAVITT, Purcell VVILLIAM CROWDER, Hugo ' DAKIN BOARDMAN, Oklahoma City CLARK STEINBERGER, Chiekasha CLIFFORD WRIGHT, Coweta MARVIN CLOVER, Tulsa IECURTICE SMITH, Oklahoma City LUTHER B. SMITH, Marietta XROBERT FLYNT, Nocona, Texas 1927 MARLIN GODDARD, VVagOner EDWARD LOUGHNEY, Muskogee JOHN FLOYD, Muskogee 'PPledge, 395 ELBERT CLARK, jacksonville, Florida TOM CARTER, Okmulgee EDWARD DAWSON, Mexico City, Mexico ORGANIZATIONS ALPHA TAU OMEGA Thompson, Brittnin, Clarke, Cruce, NV:mtson, Bishop Ford, Goolsby, NVhitman, Thompson, Griffin, Engleman Lines, VVimber1y, McDonald. Tucker, Crockett, Hofeld Latimer, Jones, Turner, Barnes YV. Moore. Jackson, Ellison, Kennedy Neale, Kirk, D. Moore, Johnson, Ephlund, Portwood 396 ORIIANIZATIONS ALPHA TAU OMEGA Nylff QC Fountlecl at Virginia Military Institute, 1865 Memberslifp-l3,0CO Number of Chapters-81 Oklahoma, 1921 STUDENT MEMBERS 1924 FORD BISHOP, Yale QULEASON' MCDONALD, Pawhuska HARRY' CROCKETT, Ardmore LEE ROBERTSON, Norman ALVIN JACKSON, Mangum V. G. FFHOMPSON, McAlester 'WILLIAM MOORE, Bartlesville VVILLIAM VVHITSON, Spearman, Texas HIXRRINGTON WIMDERI1, Hagerman, New Mexico 1925 VVALTER BARNES, Guthrie DON ELLISON, Oklahoma City CLARENCE BENSON, Ponca City RAY GRIFFIN, Cossi, Texas EJOHN BRITTAIN, Oklahoma City DARWIN KIRK, Norman PRESTON CLARKE, Tu'sa WLEONARD PORTWOOD, Norman ,TACK ENGLEMAN, Norman GEORGE TURNER, Krebs P. A. EPHLAND, Oklahoma City BASIL VVAGNER, Chandler FRANK VVATSON, McAlester 1926 AFJOHN CAMERON, South Pittsburg, Tenn. TOM KENNEDY, Hobart ADOLPH HOEEELD, New Orleans, La. D. L. MOORE, Bartlesville THOMAS JOHNSON, Ardmore DENZIL MCDONALD, Pawhuska JAMES, JONES, Oklahoma, City JACK NEALE, Shawnee CLAUDE THOMPSON, McAlester 1927 XPAUL CRUCE, Tulsa DAVID LINES, New Orleans, La. 'XRAYMOND FORD, Idabel ROBERT NEELEY, Oklahoma City TFRANK LATIMER, Idabel XMAYNARD REAVIS, Shawnee HAMPTON TUCKER, McAlester 1928 XGEORGE GOOLSBY, Idabel fPledge. 397 ORGANIZATIONS DELTA TAU DELTA Ashby, H. Billings, R. Bates, VV, XV9'fT9llgEl, Muder, C. Sullivan Amos, Tlmrp, Farley, Chastain, Knight, Sutton J. Sullivan, Weeks, Johnson, R. XVettengel, XV. Billings, Phelps Hatcher, Powell, Schwalm, Denning Solf, Parks, Oakes, L. J. Riclings E. Bates, O. Ridings, James Sullivan, YVilson, Johnson 398 ORGANIZATIONS DELTA TAU DELTA A T ,I A lil .-1 '1tG: ..,g- -f I- lf' hi ' V ,-, la' ' ' ' 'jf f. 'M' .X - M , ..V:5'A ""'o' "'f"' TA BNJNQ aff' Fourltled at liethzlny College, 1859 Membership-19,225 Number of Chapters-ff Oklahoma, 1922 FACULTY MEMBER MAJOR CUYLER CLARK STUDENT MEMBERS 19211 ROBERT P. BATES, Tulsa EUGENE GENTRY, Lawton EUGENE CHASTAIN, Lawton FLOYD MELOTT, Medford JOHN F. DEMING, Snyder OTIS RIDINGS, Oklahoma City PAUL THARP, VVinfield, Kansas 1925 BERT ASHBY, Dallas, Texas BONNIE SPENCER, Chandler VVAYNE BILLINGS, Oklahoma City JOHN SUTTON, Prague RONALD JOHNSTON, Tulsa WALLACE WEEKS, Hartshorne ROBERT S. LAMPHERE, Tulsa VVENDELL WETTBNGEL, Fletcher ERNEST SOLE, Carmen WALDO WETTENOEL, Fletcher TUTTLE MEOER, Tuttle JEROME SULLIVAN, Ardmore LENDON KNIGHT, Tulsa BEN HATCHER, Stonewall 1926 ITOHN AMOS, Oklahoma City HERBERT OAKES, Norman HOWARD BILLINGS, Oklahoma City LLOYD G. VVEST, Oklahoma City BEN PARKS, Norman DONALD VVILSON, Lawton MALCOLM PHELBS, El Reno ALPHA JOHNSON, Helena TRACY POWELL, Idabel 1927 JAMES SULLIVAN, Ardmore ROBERT MCCALL, Norman HAROLD FARLEY, El Reno .TACK SCHWALM, Poteau ELDRED BATES, Tulsa .TACK HOUsToN, Norman COLLEY SULLIVAN, Pauls Valley 399 ORGANIZATIONS PHI BETA DELTA Keisha, Porte, Kessler, Pearlstein H. Goldfeder, Merson, J. Goldfeder, Byers Selinger, Tobias, Markowitz, Goldstein Ravitz, Kirschner Keilin, Berry, Travis, Kornfeld 400 ORGANIZATIONS PHI BETA DELTA Membership-3,000 Founded at New York University, 1903 Number of Chapters-20 Oklahoma, 1922 FACULTY MEMBER B. A. BOTKIN STUDENT MEMBERS AARON BERRY, Tulsa JEROME BYERS, Oklahoma City DANrEL PORTE, Corona, N. Y. HERMAN KASHA, JOSEPH MERSON, MAX GOLDSTEIN, MARVIN To131As, THOMAS TRAVIS, rk, N Gradzmizfs MAURICE PEARLSTEIN, New Yo HARVEY GOLDFEDER, Hugo 1924 JESS GOLDFEDER, Hugo 1925 MARK MARROVITZ, Tulsa Oklahoma City MORRIE KIRSCHNER, Muskogee 1926 Oklahoma City MOSES KORNFELD, Tulsa Tulsa LEO SELINGER, Tulsa Lehigh I-IYMEN KESSLER, Patterson, N. I 1927 Tulsa CHARLES KEILIN, Oklahoma City CARL RAVITZ, Tulsa 401 ORGANIZATIONS DELTAPI Sumter, Renfrow, Harris, Thompson, Porter, Childer Deupree, Quilter, Lippert, Dunham, WVil1ia1us, Lynch Clark. ii0l"Sl'lS0ll, Hzlrris. Case'-', Fruit, Cox Hampton, Beneiielrl, SOIYIIIIPVS, XVilliamS. Given, Dean Vacin, D. Collins, R. Collins. Slavter Davis, Lippert, Phillips, Cathey, Buckles, Norris Richards, Mason, France, Morrison, Moore 402 ORGANIZATIONS DELTA PI BU fl Oklahoma, 1921 CPetitiOning Delta Upsilonj STUDENT MEMBERS 1924 ERNEST LIPIIERT, Stroud WALLACE ROBERTSON, Guthrie DAv1D PHILLIPS, Hastings CECIL LYNCI-I, Fullerton, Calif. EUGENE SMITII, Banner 1925 ALLAN CASEY, Oklahoma City GEORGE BUCKLES, Norman VVINERED HAMPTON, Grove EARL SOMMERS, Lahoma ICENNETH DUNHAM, Lawton ROBERT GIVEN, Oklahoma City RAYMOND VVILLIAMS, Oklahoma City IRA PREVVITT, Eldorado ARTHUR RICI-IARDS, Oklahoma City XVVILLIAM CLARK, Chelsea - TJOIIN MOORE, Pocasset 1026 FORREST DEAN, Atoka DALE COLLINS, McAlester JOHN DAVIS, Lexington, Tenn. LOUIS MORRISON, Temple CHARLES THOMPSON, Waurika XOLIVER NORRIS, Mena, Arkansas FRANK RENEROW, Billings QIVICTOR VACIN, Enid ROBERT COLLINS, McAlester 1927 LEE BENEFIELD, Hobart TSTRO1-IM LIPPERT, Stroud MCKINLEY HARRIS, Oklahoma City XANGUS PORTER, Oklahoma City IIENRY HARRIS, Oklahoma City TJOHN VVILLIAMS, Oklahoma City EDWIN DEUPREE, Oklahoma City TGEORGE CATI-IEY, Norman XRALPH MASON, Oklahoma City XGORDON QUILTER, Tulsa TJACK FRANCE, Duncan TWALTER Cox, Oklahoma City QENAT SLAGTER, Muskogee 1928 TKENNETH FRUIT, Shawnee XROBERT SUMTER, Atoka XLAUREL CI-IILDERS, Muskogee flbledge. 403 ORGA NIZATIONS ALPHA SIGMA PI-II aww N'N'1fz-f-we.-N 'AZAYW' of " a Q 'sys 0 GN 2 5 ...f gps! .- 4' .1 ,K g m fx, 5 na pf y A ,Q 4 A. www., Qw Q , -'aw 1-We-A-w ,ini-'-Q xv 9 V-Q we x N9 Q WM www Jmmmgg ,mws .v .W Qw 1 All 1 W 1 M A A6 N' ,wwf '32 A was 55 MQW M 1 Q W Q r' Q79 2' ,AB- I 6 .xg 1 ASQ af.. 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M y 3, 1. , i ii 1 if-1 -' ".,t-:1 - -.,.1 3. . .5 1141.511 '-M -11.342213 , " 1 -f . . +'f1 -- I'l'j -y ' - "' ' H " ' N .- " , 1- W 1911.3-es:.1:11,7 ' . 111 ,. 5fi:,1:11:1a -,.-1.1.1.-1-. ..,:::f..111-1,357,352 M ., .::1:2r-r:.f'i- '1 2 , 1 . 1 "" " , ..,:: -f 1.5.1 .ff 1. 123 f' "" "fr ' Joyce, Mossler Squyres, Brzrch , Strange, Downing, Rogers t, Sllippey, Robertson, Fields Bebbington, Bailey, Montgomery, Wilson, Stites, Rives Boone, Holmes, Gorby, Stentz Fair, Orton Monro, Goggin, Vogle, Boxley, Miles, McKinney 404- ORGANIZATIONS ALPHA SIGMA PI-II I ' .1399 "Ein, A23 I Founded at Yale University, 1845 Membership-7,500 Number of Chapters-25 Oklahoma, 1923 FACULTY MEMBER JOSEE XVILHELM NOLL STUDENT MEMBERS 1924 SCOTT SQUYRES, Oklahoma City HUGH STITES, Oklahoma City IRVIN XIOGEL, Vinita HUGH GOGGIN, Shamrock CHARLES FAIR, Hartshorne CHARLES BEBBIXCTON, Kansas City, RTODD DOVVXIXG, Atoka 1925 MATTHEW ROBERTSON, Purcell GEORGE VOTH, Enid JOHN MILES, Norman WILLIAM SHIPPEY, VVister ALVIN GORDY, Oklahoma City DAIIID FIELDS, Tulsa CALVIN BOXLEY, Oklahoma City PLACE MONTGOMERY, Hobart HARELL BAILEY, Norman 1926 JAMES BOONE, Caddo HOBERT ORTON, Norman XALVIN RIVES, Holdenville CARLTON STENTZ, Oklahoma City VANCIL JOYCE, Oklahoma City GARVIN SACKETT, Oklahoma City LYALL STRANGE, Ardmore SAM RICHARDSON, VVynnewood JOHN FLEET, Ada EDGAR HOOD, Erick 1927 XCURTIS ROGERS, Wilson JFCARL MOSSLER, Stillwater KING MCKINNEY, Marietta "Pledgo. 405 QQVIVIAN WILSON, Marietta XALTON HOLMES, Wilson HUGO MONRO, Fort Smith, Ark. Kaus ORGANIZATIONS PI KAPPA PHI l l Mars, Rogers, Todd, Mershon, Dickason, Long Armstrong, Ellison, Baird, Dawson, McElyea, Springer Hudson, YVhitfield. H. Perry, Wilkinson, Mills, Anderson Penick, Barnett, D. Perry, Thornburg Mann, Hulpieu, Guthrie, Norris McClure, Bristow, Thompson, Ingle, Priestley, Fowler 406 ORGANIZATIONS PI KAPPA PHI V Founded at College of Charleston, 190+ Membership-2,100 Number of Chapters ' Oklahomzl, 1923 FACULTY MEMBERS C.-XPT. C. A. VALVERDE FOLSOM D. JAcI:sON STUDENT MEMBERS Graduatfs HAROLD HULPIEU, Newton, Kansas JOHN TODD, Tulsa 1924 VVILLIAM AARMSTROXG, Gotebo HOLLY ANDERSON, Tulsa CLEO INGLE, Poteau MAURIGE ELLISON, Catoosa EDWARD MARS, Sapulpa MILTON MERSHON, 'Walters JAMES PENICK, Altus TOWNSEND MCCLURE, Norman BUFORD BARNETT, Frederick BELSUR BRISTOW, Anadarko HORACE MANN, Sapulpa 1925 BYRON DAWSON, Luther JAMES PERRY, Tulsa ORVILLE PRIESTLEY, Anadarko JOHN ROBINSON, Ada LESTER SMITH, Snyder, Texas CHARLES SPRINGER, Norman LLOYD STORY, Valliant XELLIS VVILKINSON, Kingman, K 1926 WILSON BAIRD, Stroud STERLING JONES, Okemah ANDREW LONG, Anadarko BENNIE MGELYEA, Erick GRANVILLE NORRIS, La Veren ROY NEWMAN, Shattuck HUGH PERRY, Tulsa DANIEL PERRY, Tulsa JOHN WHITFIELD, Sapulpa 927 TQUINN DIcRAsON, Okemah 7 RAYMON BRISTOW, Anadarko 'WALTER FOWLER, Quinton FAY GUTHRIE, Lockney, Texas CLYDE MILES, Beaver TOHN ROGERS, Anadarko VVILLIAM THOMPSON, Tulsa RALPH THORNRURG, Hedrick, Iowa XVVARREN ASH, Blackwell TBYRON BAIRD, Stroud WVIRGIL CORNELISON, Erick YBOB HUDSON, Kieffer JOHN CROWDER, Tulsa fPledge. 407 -35 HYISIIS ORGANIZATIONS KAPPATHETA Thompson, Hockman, V. Davis, Stinson Shelton, Chase, Green, YVn1ton S. Davis, M. Shafer, Yeaton, Nielson Cannon, W. Bell, Hogan, R. Bell Chatmau, Fasken, Babcock, V. Shafer -1-08 ORGANIZATIONS KAPPA THETA Oklahoma, 1923 CPetitiOning Lambda Chi Alphai STUDENT MEMBERS 1924 VVILLARD BELL, Bridgeport CONNIE VVALTON, Norman DALE CANNON, Lockesburg, Arkansas JAMES HOCKMAN, Cherokee VERALD DAVIS, Shawnee THEDDIE SHELTON, Norman HERMAN STIXSOX, Norman , 1925 E CECIL CHATMAN, Shawnee LEw1s NEILSON, Coldwater, Kansa STERLING DAvIs, Shawnee ROBERT GREEN, Sapulpa JOHN FASKEN, Sand Springs DICK HOGAN, Grandfreld 1926 SANFORD BABCOCK, El Reno DONALD LEMASTER RAYMOND BELL, Bridgeport VERNON SHAEER, Gotebo HARLAN CHASE, Durant MARVIN SHAEER, Gotebo EMMET THOMPSON, El Reno 1927 Z. D. YEATON, Shawnee 409 ORGANIZATIONS SIGMA PHI Moody, Bohannon, E. Veatch, Huff, Ashby, Dunn Bathe. Reynolds, McCleudo11, D. G. Smith, Hendrix, Staggers Eidson, Davis, Tolleson, D. H. Smith. Slaten, H. Veatch Lee, Tolleson, Cook, Rodgers Tallman, Cleveland, Miller, Vaughan, Ludington, Stauss Hughes, McDowell, Shortall, Sterling 410 ORGANIZATIONS SIGMAPHI Oklahoma, 1923 fPetitioning Sigma Phi Epsilonj FACT' LTY MEMBERS L. E. HARRIS O. XV. XVALTEI: STUDENT MEMBERS 1924 HAROLD MCDOWELL, Enid CHASE TOLLESON, Sperry LEONARD REYNOLDS, Elk City EVERETT VEATCH, Burlington F.-XIRFORD SLATON, Norman RAY HENDRIX, Norman FRANK STAUSS, Booneville, Arkansas CARL Sl-IORTALL, Porter CHARLES STERLING, Arkansas City, Kans. JOI-IN Vvl-IITNEY, Lawrence, Kansas PHIL ASHBX', Oklahoma City 1925 DELBERT SMITH, Edmond KR.-'XNDOLPH MCCLENDON, Albuquerque-,N.M NEAL STAGGERS, Salt Fork TROY DAVIS, Shawnee DELON EIDSON, Booneville, Arkansas CHARLES BAT!-IE, Lenapah 1926 I. L. Cook, Atoka IVAN LEE,'R11l'1dlCtf JACK DUNN, Fort VVorth, Texas RAY ROMERMAN, Dover LEO HUGHES., Coalgate DENVER SMITH, Tuttle LLOYD MOODY, Shawnee TALLEN JONES, Elk City VALENTINE RODGERS, McAlester 1927 MARVIN LUDDINGTON, Ponca City TDOYLE MILLER, Paden MERLE TALLMAN, Alva XLESLIE VAUGHAN, Shawnee RICHARD TOLLESON, Sperry THARMAN VEATCH, Custer City XECTOR REYNOLDS. Tuttle CLAY CLEVELAND, Oklahoma Citv fPledge. . 411 ORGANIZATIONS KAPPA EPSILQN Duncan, Driver, Maris, Banks, Stewart Creveling, Shackelford, Suesz, Boyles, Brady Gardner, Boylan, Mullins, Shelton, J. Mason Foose, Britton, Harder, Dietrich Kidd, Crismore, K. Blakely, G. Mason Patchell, Nix, McDaniel, M. Blakely, Peters 412 ORGA , ' , - ,- NIZATIONS KAPPA EPSILON l 'I vf lin XW-qx XXX Cx I l I. ll 4 " I ,gl Oklahoma, 1923 fPetitiOning Phi Kappa Sigmaj FACULTY MEMBERS HERBERT VVALL, Temple, Texas G. TVIILTON DIE'I'ERlCI'l', Grinnell, STUDENT MEMBERS Grarfualvs ARTP!UR FENN, Norman SAMUEL VVIEDMAN, Norman 1924 EVERT CRISMORE, Oklahoma City LAWRENCE PETERS, Geary JOE MASON, Hooker 1925 MERLE BLAKELY, Okmulgee FRANK BRADY, Vinita DARRELL DUNCAN, Ada THEODORE FOOSE, Watonga JOHN GARDNER, JR., Mena, Arkansas RALPH TIARDER, Cushing GENTRY KIDD, Norman HAROLD MARIS, Ponca City HERSCHEL Nix, Oklahoma City EDVVARD PATCHELL, Pauls Valley JOHN STEWART, Okmulgee GEORGE DRIVER, Ponca City 1926 KENNETH BLARELY, Okmulgee GLENN MASON, Hooker BLOYCE BR1TrON, Mt. Park EUGENE BOYLAN, Oklahoma City HAROLD CREVELINO, Norman MAHLON BANKS, Okmulgee HERMAN MULLINS, Hartshorne 1927 GLENN MCDANIEL, Blackwell FAYE SI-IACKELFORD, Wynnesvood PAUL SHELTON, Hanna FREDERICKMAINS, Ryan HOWARD SUESZ, Hutchinson, Kansas Unclasxiyied ROLLIN BOYLES, Drumriglit 413 Iowa ORGANIZATIONS PHI ALPHA DELTA Grunert, Smith, Hampton, Carpenter, Voth Exlme, Squgres, White, Todd, Barnes Potter, Priebe, Christian, Anderson. Vogle Andrews, Bucher, Turner, Gill Mitchell, XVatson Mahaffy, Ellison, Gibson, Hervey, Harder 414 Membership-4,820 ORGANIZATIONS PI-II ALPHA DELTA lProfessinnzIl Legal Fraternityj Foundetl at Kent College of Law, 1897 Number of Clmpters-l-3 Oklahoma, 1916 JOHN MARSHALL HARLAN CHAPTER HOLLY ANDERSON, Norman EUGENE CHASTAIN, Lawton ORON ELLIFRIT, Oklahoma City OTTO FERGUSON, Davis WILLIAM GIBSON, Ardmore PAUL POTTER, Norman WALTER BARNES, Guthrie CALVIN BOXLEY, Oklahoma City ,TOSEPH GILL, JR., Tulsa JOHN HERvE'f, Marlow IQENNETH MITCHELL, Oklahoma City ST I' DENT MEMBERS 1924 LEE ROBERTSON, Geary LESTER SMITH, Columbia, Mississippi SCOTT SOUYRES, Oklahoma City RAY TROSPER, Oklahoma City CLARENCE VVARREN, Sapulpa IRVIN VOGEL, Vinita LAVVREXCE TODD, Tulsa 1925 BUD HAMPTON, Grove LAZELLE WHITE, Drumright GEORGE VOTH, Norman CHARLES ANDREWS, Snyder SEBE CHRISTIAN, Drumright GEORGE TURNER, Oklahoma City XHAROLD GARDNER, Geary FRANK WATSON, McAlester XRALPH HARDER, Cushing OTIO VVETZEL, Broken Arrow EMARCELLUS PRIEBE, Norman HAL WHITTEN, Oklahoma City XFRANK VVILSON, Oklahoma City DON ELLISON, Oklahoma City 1926 TDAVID BUCHER MERLE EXLINE XARTHUR CARPENTER, Ardmore TARTHUR GRUNERT, Ardmore ROY MAHAEFEY, Oklahoma City "Pledge, 415 ORGANIZATIONS VVOMENlS PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL Montgomery, Belknap, Baird, Bettes, Willconson Buffington, Giezelltanner, Derrick, Ratliff Sanborn, Barnhill, Xfllilliams, Pemberton, Reid Thompson, Owens, Sitton, Neel Sidwell, Callahan, Sharp, Hill, Buckericlge 416 1 ELIZABETH BUCRERIDGE 1TI?"Z"f a 'P ' TT "1 1 ' I o R G A N I z A T I 0 N S .V """"""""""""""'L"' A Q. A.. ,nav N F--, --uL-?--,,vw-- Vg ,rg , WOMENS PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL FRANCES RATLIFF . ELIZABETH DERRICK . LENA MONTGOMERY . . President . - Secretary . Treasurer CHAPTER REPRESENTATIVES Kappa fllpha Theta DOROTHY THOMPSON BETTY KIRK Della Della Dalia BELLE VVILKONSON Pi Bela Phi SYEIL CALLAEIAN MRS. P. D. PARRINSON Kappa Kappa Gamma MARGARET PEMBERTON MAURINE FRANK Hlpha Chi Omega FRANCES RATLIEE GRAXCE BROWN Alpha Phi MILDRED SIDWELL MARY HART Delfa Gamma FAY BARNHILL MRs- L. A. TURLEY Gamma Phi Bela PUILLA .HILL EULA FULLERTON Alpha Gamma Dalia DOROTHY BETTES Chi Omega FRANCES SIT1'oN MRS. HUrroN BELLAH Phi Omega Pi VERA NEAL MRS- VERA I. MooRE A1pha'Xi Della IONNIE SHARP DIXIE YOUNG Alpha Omicron Pi IRENE BAIRD RUTH MOORE MRS. VIRGIL CLOYD , MILDRED LEE WILLIAMS CLEO REID ALICE BELKNAP ELIZABETH DERRICK LENA MONTGOMERY DOROTHY SANEORN MERCEDES THORPE ALLIE WILLIAMS PAULINE BROCKMEYER KATHARINE OWEN I MARY Fox Y .Lit A E, T l W R . I ll ,W , --- - -7- film f L L A AL. .i i I HA'-C 'T '-329 -..A 'QR GI 'Q-'-J.-'13 - "11i'x II'-'Q-Vfim -- V17 :U 4 5 E ' . N 'ft -i i i' . EL-if-' ,f.. '.: I l 1 lump 'Wir - - - 'li W l ' V " ai, ' 'Y' ' 417 ,.-If u . f ,.1w.V r 4 J . . ,V ,, ORGANIZATIONSX- 1, in, , Im -'.f in KAPPA ALPHA THETA A. Smith, Drennan, Trapp, Virgin, Kirk, Kennedy Davis, Hays, Paxton, Hardin, YVright, Mzirshburn Jones, L. Smith, Hfhaley, Southern, Kincaid, Moore Brunch, Standeven, Ford, Buugh Duvall, Letson Barnes, Xvebb, Duncan, Mee Faulkner. McConnell, Focht, Thompson, Trent, Downing 4-18 ,4 4 -- -Y 1- I .w i F.-. L: Q-. ,. , 'L 1 . ,, ,Y f".1T",' ff--Q -:sl V V f Y i ' I' 'x'5f,a'.Yfif.S'ifaP1P,2A:m I o R G A N 1 z A T I O N S I E'5N'rJm-Fi'f6S'3-:'W1f3fLrS'?,vs " '--':':--gi ' 1-T- E-- - ,- .xo 1: -4 V, V , I I- Q - KAPPA ALPHA THETA l, J f in J J , ,K lf I -I T v I Nj . ,. .' il I I ly' " if I V I gy I .1 I vga, 9' V fx ax' H112 . I J! D 5 T ' fl Ei L J I J. li , I -4' T' .J Eli 5 I Zi Ali 5 G E, G ia I ng, ' ICQ! Q ff, I s I E, M9 Founded at DePauw University, 1870 sg, S, Membership-10,000 Number of Chapters-52 J. gg, Oklahoma, 1909 I" v 1 , 1 Q FACULTY MEMBERS I 11 DORA MCFARLIXND, Aledo, Illinois MRS. NEVA GAHRING, NOFHIHH 'ly Q2 RUTH MooRE, Purcell 'QA Q STUDENT MEMBERS , 1924 A ,C MARGARET MOORE, Purcell ADELAIIJE PAXTON, Norman ii fi LOUISE HARDIN, Oklahoma City JUDITH VIRGIN, Norman jj ' HELEN HAYS, Oklahoma City THELMA VVHALEY, Miami ,P 1 41 VIRGINIA FORD, Miami ELIZABETH TRENT, Okmulgee fu, M 1925 ,' P Q LUCY DUNCAN, Oklahoma City QLILLIAN TRAXPP, Miami il, V 4 ELEANOR DRENNAN, Oklahoma City NQDORCAS MCCONNELL, Tulsa U ,P ,I 4 I LENORE BARNES, Oklahoma City XOOLUCHA FAULKNER, Claremore ' - J MARY MEE, Sterling, Illinois JOSEPIIINE JOHNSON, Chickasha Z1 ,, I LAVIRGE SMITH ROGERS, Okmulgee DOROTIFIY THOMPSON, Tulsa . 3 54' MRS. MARY MARSHEURN, Norman 4 E. I if , 1926 vial, '15, JOSEPHINE DUVALI., Atlanta, Georgia MARY LEE JOHNSON, Chickasha l 3 NATALIE BROACH, Tulsa MOZELLE DOWNING, Durant 'X . 3' J ELIZABETH KIRK, Norman XCECXLE JONES, Ardmore N V- AJ, ' U' MILDREIJ WRIGHT, Norman ANABEL SMITH, Guthrie IN .QQ lg DOROTHY BAUGH, Oklahoma City HEELEANOR KINCAID, Henryetta '- If B4 LAURA FOCHT, Oklahoma City ,5 'mf' R, J 1927 Mfg, HEBETTY DAVIS, Okmulgee XORLEAN SPARLING, Oklahoma City I Qt Y XRUTH STANDEVEN, Tulsa XLUCILE LETSON, Enid J b QGLUELLA SOUTHERN, Tulsa XESTHER MCCANDLESS, Perry ,w ,Q I I if ALBERTA WEBB, Oklahoma City BETTY KENNEDY, Okmulgee 1 2 3 4 I i'Pledge. Mg J be A1411 5-S I an S? ag , Qi , 1, T o E, I G, I U E G ,G G L I , E ll ig, lg? 2 'E 51130 4-19 ORGANIZATIONS DELTA DELTA DELTA Ament, Devin, Jones, Simpson, Buckeridge, Mays Steward, Kramer, Freeman, Wilkonson, Mooinau, Clark Wood1'uE, Russell, Goudelock, Hahn, Kelly Payne, Crosbie, Ditzler, Holland Clement, Brown Garber, Whitman, Rhodes, Cathey 420 ORGANIZATIONS DELTA DELTA DELTA Jllj 'i-. g -l .1 II dum 1 Founded at Bosion L'IIiI'ersity, 1888 Membership-10,000 Number of Chapters-15 Oklahoma, 1910 FACULTY MEMBER GVVENDOLYN MEUX, Saint johns, Newfoundland STFDENT MEMBERS LOUISE WILRONSON, Sapulpa MARY ELIZABETH SIMPSON, Eufaula MILDRED HOLLAND, Norman BEss CLEMENT, Norman EDNA STUARD, Waurika MARIANNE VVHITMAN, Bartlesville ANNA WEIR, Norman ELIZABETH BUCRERIDGE, Oklahoma VIRGINIA PRICE, Oklahoma City RosE VVILKONSON, Sapulpa BELLE WILRoNsoN, Sapulpa LAHOMA PAYNE, Lawton MARGARET KELLY, Pawhuska XMARJORIE LOWE, Oklahoma City XKATHRYN STOUT, Tulsa TALBERTINE RHOADES, Shawnee QGELIZABETH KRAMER TMAXINE VVOODRUEF, Perry "Pledge. City 1924 1925 1926 1927 421 NIARGERY MAYS, Chickasha MILDRED JONES, Shawnee CAR0 CLARK, Oklahoma City RUTH GARBER, Enid MAYBELLE DI'TZLER, Norman RosE RUSSELL, Pauls Valley VERNIE GAUDELOCK, Oklahoma City LELIA IIA!-IN, Oklahoma City DoRoTI-IY BROWN, Oklahoma City XDOROTHY DEVIN, Apache KFRANK DEAN CATHEY, Tulsa KMARY CATHERINE MooMAU, Norman QQMARIE CROSBIE, Tulsa XMILDRED FREEMAN, Pauls Valley XAURIE LEE SHACKLEFORD, Okmulgee TJOAN AMENT, Tulsa NVIRGINIA STEPHENS, Aline DOROTI-IY GAEFORD, Oklahoma City vu n , 5. 1 I ,ire ,A . ,. -I . ew- I-ff-qi 1 'I ,X -.,.. Y. '- -A3 il' ' I ef? Y I - 32-53 I. " I I"'I.v,'Q h-,'!P. O R G A N I Z A T I O N S ,Tj .TV 4'-. Qi ,f 'E U fr , 7 - ,, ww, , . H- I ' 'VY W W F if . I 'f' ' -' L I I sr PI BETA PHI A" H 1 21 A . I. I I 7 I i .' X :ff I T,- . ' -, I,- - - ,L L I . I IT' X .' I K , l 5 1 I I, F " .. I, X, I I I ,i I , ., f . , I Q.'i I ' I ,- ' ' I 1- vi ' 5. . I i - I L ,I ' Is- ! I - W 111 -. Ii i l I i-.fx ' I ,ffl i V HEI I ,N ' ' .U I' ' I WI 132 l 5 W ' Z: I ll? I -fi 5 I 1 ' 251 I Hg I lx 331 I EJ 5' ' - "Sf ' 'fax E? i ELI Q14 Ii ,gf I 4? 2' . 'RI ' H Ili I H1 , ii ' I 5' ' Ira" Il - Miz If--I I 1 I 5 , Il ffl T 9.3 II I an , 1 'Ji I , 'L 3- .455 lf I I, I 1 5,5 ' if I V' - II I 3 I, Q 15. 'V 'Q EI ' T E44 i mf I xl' qi ii ' 'I 'ff ! f ff? ' , 91,2 1151 WI, X 93, I1 1 :J 1' I il I Q 1 wg 'I I-P2 I' I 54 I l I 912, I ' fill I J , If I Giiffin, Gibson, Rogers, McCall, Patton Q.. I W Flippm, Billingsley, Bonds, Cansler, Patterson ,JA L Gurdner, Duffy, Griffin, Hill, Callahan fy' E Jorden, Hodgen Cromwell, Leahy, Green, Slosson I 52,1 A I n Cooper, Rosser, Carl, J. Duffy, Lau:-k I - e U I we .. , e o V-Q w ' . I, I-f A ff. ,,- f. ., 'f-,.e.,.'.f" ,,.,f, UQ L, . Lvmhi -rm in I 'rl I, 7 fl, 11. ,K -, 41 422 ., v T oi G ANITEA T i o N s ezurxi- E- PI BETA PI-II Founded at Monmouth College Membership-1 0 000 Number of Chapters- Oklahoma, 1910 FACULTY MEMBER ELIZABETH ANDREVVS STUDENT MEMBERS MARION BILLINGSLEY, Oklahoma City BILLIE COOPER, Muskogee MARY CROMWELL, Enid LUCILE SI-IELTON, Tulsa SIBYL CALLAHAN, Muskogee JVOHNEVA DUFFEY, Norman ELVEETA MINTEER, Norman MARY PA'I'1'ON, Eureka, Kansas DOROTHY MCCALL, Norman CLARA WALTRIP, Ardmore MILDRED WILLIAMS, Norman ELIZABETH CANSELLOR, Enid KREBECCA FLIPPEN, Claremore 1924 TSABELL DUFFEY, Norman LUCILLE GRIEEEN, Ardmore VERA GRIEEEN, Norman MAEEL LEAHY, Pawhuska 1925 DOROTHY SYNNOTT, Norman CHARLOTTE BONDS, Muskogee CATHARINE SLOSSON, Newkirlc ELEANOR JORDAN, Oklahoma City 1926 GERTRUDE GARDNER, Oklahoma City MARY HILL, Vinita VIRGINIA HODGDON, Enid BERNICE PATTERSON, Pauls Valley CRYSTAL GIBSON, Wagoner TELLEN LAUCK, Mena, Arkansas x 1927 FRANCILE CARL, Muskogee WALICE HARTMEN, Pauls Valley FREDA GREEN, Muskogee HELEN ROGERS, Oklahoma City 4 LOUISE ROSSER, Muskogee 'Pledge JA-1 1 rpr' .xv ' .' I ' ' . 4' I ri ,L- 13, . , 1 Q. ,',l 4, wi + ,. R ff ,I ,-3 1' , 'xl -'Ii 1 LQI 32 32 Lb I G 35 new U 26 l G il' ci if all bo .1 Q? ff' 'l .Q , 5. Si? ll 'BTX 'r li ,af il -A3 a.fx-oaofem-. i A '1Q.',,- ..,', i-aL,..,'.,r- -LA.-1 ' 4 'T :"""": :"'P' ,F A 'I AL D LL 4 IAE- rad ,Kp fa I ii' ' '43 J' W Y,?'4 lg, FS, fl ill gil 513' 1 3, Fil ' , 67 N4, 1 y iii ef-1-1 or E -eQfge-- A A r D ' or e f 1 I I wr-L V517: in i924 ' ' A' ' ' ' ' Jr TZ Y ' ' 1-E f - f -- I .1 la l,,,,,,,7 423 ORGANIZATIONS KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Hailey, Long, Mayes, Pixley, Pemberton, Vlfallnce Haskell, Davis, E. Guillct, Rutherford, Reid, Smith Pennybacker, Campbell, Gaffney, Lewis, Kendrick, Hollow Thompson, Meredith, Phillips, Woliiin McMillan, Fast, Coppedge, Holland Shannon, Kennedy, Pace, Mabrey, Hall, G. Guillot 424- LUCILE MCMILLAN, Dallas, Texas ORGANIZATIONS KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA l , Founded Elf Monmouth College, 1870 Membership-10,000 Number of Chapters-l-8 Oklahoma, 191-l STUDENT MEMBERS I92! ALIXE MARRY, Hockerville MARY MEREDITH, Muskogee ELIZA GAEFNEY, Guthrie SUE HAILE'i', McAlester MARGARET PEMBERTON, MCAlester HELEN VVALLACE, Tulsa GAIL LEWIS, Tulsa DOROTHY LONG, Okmulgee HELEN FRANCES SHANNON, McAlester JUANITA WILLIS, Kingston ERNESTINE GUILLOT, Ardmore GL:XDYS GUILLOT, Ardmore LYDIA PACE, Mangum MARTHEL MAYES, Tulsa MARGARITE PHILLIPS, Sapulpa KATHERINE FAST, Muskogee VINITA MCDONALD, El Reno GRACE SANDERSON, Morris LUCY PENNYBACRER, Ardmore CLEO REID, Muskogee DOROTHY BURWELL, Oklahoma City MARY ANN KENNEDY, Enid MARGARET BERRY, Okmulgee ROSALIND HOLLOW, Tulsa CLAIR CAMERON, Henryetta LORAINE COPPEDGE, McAlester ADELX'N RUTHERFORD, Checotah ELIZABETH DOGGETT, McAlesrer BESS HALL, Norman MARY SMITH, Tulsa ETTA FIELD JONES, Bristow LELIA WOLFIN, Amarillo, Texas FREDA DAVIS, Tulsa ROSE BERRY CAMPBELL, Shawnee KATHERINE HASIGELL, Muskogee KATHERINE PIXLEY, Enid MILDRED HOLLAND, EMILY BUTZ, Muskogee LAURA KENDRICKS, Dunean VIVIAN NORVELL, Tulsa Madill ,, 1 iz -5, ii. f Z ii .. ,T J .gli N.-Y 5 1. l, s , , .+P-Y 4.4, L ,, , 1,- 4 E, 5 ff. 31 Q, iff asa pgs U? ffl A ai? if 5 ful ' is if 5. I .I FH' 5 ? N gi-4 1:5 ix' ij ah ii l ' I 'fe' l m ,, 4 ri! 1 9, 1 1 gl I ,W f 1 an 11 . Q , . 1-, - -in V ' ' 1+.ffrF4 Jw.. f4-,' 1 A. , z A T 1 o N s if 4215? fl-.9ff?f ,T V +1-1 A ALPHA CHI OMEGA Goodson, Gilbert, Phelps, Bever, Stealey, Ratliff Euliss, Ritter, May, Schoonover, Roberts, Champion Leiei-er, Huntington, Knowles, Gist, Light, Muegge Noble, Myers, Smith, Gurley Kirby, Joss, Beard, Maple Hagler, Berry, Belknap, Pinkston, Howell, Johnson Parker, Johnson, Harris, Bowden 'www' 1, 426 2 A S'IoJieANifzAff-'TON5 A , ,L -s."vA.vF-iff" 'IA-l'.". y ,Way M M V V -A HL V5 ' 5 Q ALPHA CHI OMEGA ,ggi 3 1 5 , ' I 2:3 I' l l H. l l ' iff-' ,195 I5 liiv l ' 4 zu I I lil tsl eg 'L Liv iii ,EE ,VJ H, lgeaj Founded at De Pauw University, 1885 l- ql Membership-5,746 Number of Chapters-39 Oklahoma, 1916 ' it 5 FACULTY MEMBER til MISS GRACE A. BROWN dl STUDENT MEMBERS ,E l 1924 1' l IXEZ BEVER, Fairview KEXTHERINE Joss, Haskell , ' GRACE EULISS, Oklahoma City KATHLEEN KIRBY, Denton, Texas ff JENNIE GooDsoN, Blackwell FRANCES RATLIFF, Oklahoma City M, I HELEN HACLER, Norman THELMA RITTER, Shawnee IONA BELLE JOHNSON, Norman LAVERNE STEALEY, Oklahoma City ' 1925 Q ANNA BELLE ATKINS, Holdenville LUCILE HUNTINGTON, Enid W l MADCE BEARD, Tulsa VIRGINIA LYNN, Ardmore N I MARJORIE BERRY, Hollis MARGUERITE MUEGGE, Lamont I 'N KATHLEEN BOWDEN, Holdenville PAULINE MYERS COOMES, Norman I fl XYUKOLA GILBERT, Tulsa MARY NOBLE, Ardmore 7,21 ELSIE GIST, Frederick TPIELMA PHELPS, El Reno I WILMA HOWELL, Holdenville DOROTHY PINKSTON, Norman -flak 1926 1 I ALICE BELKNAP, Norman ELIZABETH PARKER, Norman 1 it THELMA CHAMPION, Guthrie BLANCHE SHIELDS, Enid ' Il PEGGY DYER, Ardmore ELIZABETH SMITH, VVichita Falls, Texas FRANCES HARRIS, Oklahoma City 'Q- 1927 ifqi CATHERINE CURLEY, Blackwell XBESSIE LEIERER, Enid ,ml BERNICE LUCILLE JOHNSON, Greensburg, LOIS MAPLE, Norman Kansas ENA MAY, Norman Em LORENE KNOLES, Ponca City GRACE SCHOONOVER, Newkirk I- .1 ll XKATIE LIGHT, Enid TMARIE ROBERTS, Tonkawa 52351 . I . l ffleledge. ! . . I ,W MI , F'?"TT"',, A 7' ' T' ' M" fit' ,.L'TT'5f?", T" L C' ff". ' ., "'T",?'l were 5 QQNE 427 ORGANIZATIONS ALPHA PHI Johnson, Sledge, Roades, Ford, Derrick, Halloway M. Hart, Holcombe, Lee, Hart, Brittain, Saugh McKnight, Trosper, Myer, Koch, Gilbert, Thomas NVright, Smith, Slaughter, Sirlwell, Brodney, Kirby Myers, Gallman, Birdsong, Mason, English, Wllite Clymer, WHl'1'9I1, Deahl, Dorsey, Young, Moore 4-28 ORGANIZATIONS ALPHA PHI .I I. 1 RS, y.. .k.., 'A A M I " L. I .t .-, ..--v " ff I .- .,. . H, ' Emu Founded at Syracuse University, 1872 Membership-5,050 Number of Chapters-26 Oklahoma, 1917 FACULTY MEMBERS NIARY C. HART VVIXIFRED JOHNSTON STUDENT MEMBERS Grarluaiz' lVlARY HART, Muskogee 1924 BETTY FORD, Poteau BERNICE ENGLISH, Edmond EDITH KIRBY, Duncan MILDRED SIDWELL, Oklahoma City LEAH TROSPER, Oklahoma City XALICE GILBERT, Oklahoma City XJOSEPHINE BRODNAX, Dallas, Texas ETHEL BOLEND, Oklahoma City MARY CLYMER, Oklahoma City 'ELIZABETH DERRICK, Madill RDAMA WHITE, Poteau RVIRGINIA WRIGHT, Madill JOSEPHINE DORSEY, Oklahoma City QEOLGA SLEDGE, Duncan RLOUISE JOHNSTON, Oklahoma City KKATHLEEN MOORE, Keota RPAULINE MASON QFHALLIE LEE, Norman "Pledge, 1925 1926 1927 429 MURIEL HOLCOMB, Oklahoma City ELIZABETH VVARREN, Hugo RUTH GALLMAN, Oklahoma City ELEANOR SLOUGH, Ardmore FANNIE BRITTAIN, Oklahoma City XRUTH KOCH, Checotah XFRANCES NEEL MCKNIGHT, Oklahoma City ADELAIDE MYER, Pleasanton, Kansas ELUCY HART, Muskogee XHALLIE HOLLOWAY, Marlow BEATRICE YOUNG, Norman XRUTH HECKLER, Waukomis XMARY SLAUGHTER, Norman XRACHEL DEAHL, Hollis KELIZABETH ROADS, Waukomis XPATTY SMITH, Marietta QGALTA THOMAS, Oklahoma City ANONA BIRDSONG, Cache ORGANIZATIONS DELTA GAMMA Taylor, Short, Barnhill, Bretch, Baker, Ball L. Plummer, Dunlap, Mahan, Williamson, Kleinschmidt, Pierce Schaefer, VVhayne, Bonifield, E. Plummer, Jones, Nickson Strickler, Collier, Doty, Frantz Minton, Provost Montgomery, W1'igl1t, Thompson, Mills, NVilbur 4-30 .. .J fL1Tg""'Tf""' L ff" --'TH' Y ' DELTA GAMMA ORGANIZATIONS 'EIAYAHOWHETTE 1 Founded at Oxford, Mississippi, 1874 Membership--7,500 Number of Chapters-37 Oklahoma, 1918 FACULTY MEMBER ALICE HERRON, Vinita STUDENT MEMBERS 1924 DELLYSE VVRIGI-IT, Vinita VIRGINIA MINTON, Enid ELIZABETH BALL, Oklahoma City JOANNA SCHAEFER, Oklahoma City MAJENE SCHAEFER, Oklahoma City MARX' VICTORIA MILLS, 1925 ALICE PIERCE, Norman LENA MONTGOMERY, Marlow Avis THOMPSON, Marlow HATTIE DOTY, Rogers, Arkansas MILDRED KLEINSCHMIDT, Oklahoma XGENEVIEVE STRICKLER, Enid City 1926 MARY LONG, Hobart ANITA TAYLOR, Anadarko FAYE BARNHILL, Oklahoma City Lindsay Ponca City Sparks TMARY VVIL-LIAMSON, GERALDINE BAKER, TKATHERINE NIXON, 1927 Broken Arrow EVELYN PLUMMER, TTHELMA WHAYNE, Tishomingo IESTELLE COLLIER, Sparks EILEEN YOST, Norman CECILIA BONIFIELD, Okemah EMMA WILLIAMSON, Lindsay HELEN MAHAN, Oklahoma City Tupelo, Miss. ELIZABETH FETHERSTON, Enid CORINNE CHESNUTT, Muskogee VIRGINIA KERLEY, Anadarko MARCELLA JONES, Oklahoma City GERTRUDE WILEER, Boulder, Colorado EDNA BRETCH, Oklahoma City ' PRISCILLA MCCOME, Oklahoma City LUCY LEE PLUMMER, Broken Arrow TMARGARET FRANTZ, Enid LUELLA SHORT, Tulsa XELINOR CRAKER, Bristow AGNES LEE DUNLOP, Gotebo AKDOROTHY LEIDIG, Shawnee XDORA PROVOST, Norman EDNA BRETCH, Oklahoma City f 774 i' 'ii TT' ' ,,, 7 ,j , , " f ffl-r aff-J-H vi ----f f 'aff--f EA- -L E22 4 5 0 0 N E to T5 'rw 1 -uf -' -1- ,L. ,. 431 ORGANIZATIONS GAMMA PHI BETA Miller, Pollard, Bradbury, Morrison, Walker, Hill Stafford, Pugh, Grimruett, M. Foster, Brazil, S, Foster Snyder, Mitchell, Cheshire, Tackett, Brown, Turner Wilson, Aler, Lamb, Shaw, Stone, Way Stewart, Lillian Walter, McCoy, Mitchell, Lucille WVz1lter Rives, Sanborn, Humpllreys, Dunlop, Todd, Moore 432 ORGANIZATIONS GAMMA PI-II BETA Founded at Syracuse Ilniversity, 187-1- Membership-5,030 Number of Chapters-30 Oklahoma, 1918 FACULTY MEMBERS EDITH MAHIER, Baton Rouge, La. DELLA BRUNSTETER, Alva STUDENT MEMBERS , Gradualfs EULA FULLERTON, Marshall EUOENIA KAUEMAN, Hydro 1924 MARGARET ALER, Baltimore, Md. MARIE TACKETT, Oklahoma City LORENA CRAFT, Hydro MARY MITCHELL, Oklahoma City OPAL WILSON, Purcell MARY STAFFORD, Lawton MARION FOSTER, Chickasha ELLA BRAZIL, Wetumka MARJO SI-IAw, Thomas MYRTLE BRAZIL, Wetumka 1925 PUILLA HILL, Newkirk LUCILLE MOORE, Oklahoma City LUCILE POLLARD, Claremore HELEN SNIDER, Tulsa EVELYN FARMER, McAlester ELIZABETH MORRISON, Oklahoma City MARY TURNER, Clinton LUCILE FARMER, McAlester WANDA GRIMMETT, Pauls Valley CLAIRE RACKLBY, Norman TGRETELLE BURKS, Pauls Valley TLILLIAN WALTERS, Tonkawa PAYE TODD, Cleveland HGLUCILE WALTER, T onkawa XMURIEL WALKER, Oklahoma City WILLARD RIVES, Oklahoma City TJBANETTE MCCOY, Wetumka TCHARLOTTE HOLLY, Stigler 1926 1927 RUTH HUMPHREYS, Tulsa LORRAINE LAMB, Clinton DOROTHY VVAY, Walters MATTIE SHIVES, Norman VIRGINIA CHESHER, Norman FAYE RACKLEY, Norman JEAN BROWN, Laclede, Mo. HELENA STONE, Wichita Falls, T DOROTHY SANBORN, Newkirk SCEATTA FOSTER, Woodward LORENA CLINE, Newkirk FLORA DUNLOP, Newkirk HELEN MITCHELL, Norman TLOIS SCARRITT, Kansas City MMAURINE RIvEs, Holdenville LOUISE BRADBURY, Chicago MARQUETTE PUGH, Lawton LULU MILLER, Norman - MARTHA STEWART, Chelsea 'Pledge. 433 CXZIS Kgi 'gl' -f V .. W,-F ,AV , 1, ... - V g A ' " a" ' ' ' -if-'J fQ'Q-jg. 5g7"7i,A'l . '-"r ' is 0 R G A N I Z A T 1 0 N s if --.+V 1 Y 0' A I we ' A' M' A ' 'A L.. -gi.,--JV' ,V - 4, -:..:..- ..--5.51,-5 ' ' "' H' 'A D ALPHA GAMMA DELTA I k" 1 fi 1 ? 4 , . I, 7 1' pl.. fi: 1 1' a ,, 7 2 1. L14 l . wil ,,- 1 all '51 ' Sw? 5 ,1 ,J ,, , 3 ' 5 ali- V wi ' ,E .,. , L 2 ' G ,ff 1 if Rid xi, ,. lil? ' , I l If f Lai I fl 'l ..,3 M 5, H ' Zi: if 3.1 il .I 'Q .L . 32 lx : W . 4 5' ' ,x ,Q l l Bettes, Norvell, Erixon, Strawn, Edwards, Gillespie Richards, Collins, Reynolds, Maples, Crow, Bullesfeld Rhodes, Dick, Rogers, Slceen, Carpenter, Gibson VVeir, Tidwell, Browning, Costley Bennett, Iuce. H. Costley, Thorp Burney, Osterhuus, XVatson, 'XV:1lker, R. Rogers, Hoefeld I 1 Q7 Y. ' 1' : 4-34 ye r .. if? 5 'A' agar 'ss ISS 'fri ,546 o Qfw 1 ,. 5. ES' .sf I.. , .LQ , gi lg' .ln x Q31 .H . ,1 E 5 'gm I, 993 4' 4 533,31 , f Q' 4-5 Q41 4 54 ff! 'J pi? fifsfl l :I-Q1 N'- t FJ :L via 4 Jr, RA, 'E 2 ,J 5 'gd , ,3- 4 V9 ,UF 3 in-Q . ,EZ ' 'lvff l af il 1 fig ' 3? I for 6 l e. 1 fy I - l f Q ,Q 1 rff x fl I V . 1 . 15, if . gh 'a l I ,F , l o R cz A IZ I fl A T I 0 N ,A5A? J f4 A i f 'al' 'J 111-E" "T" ,gf Reiiif-:L ,, iflel """"'l', 1 -5 I ALPHA GAMINIA DELTA U, W ' l ill U 1, 4 il! l ll l 2 X ax ll, W , , q W A ' l .J , D I I4 l u E E tx a F7 sa i - ' I, I 2, ,A l' 1 H- il 1 ,T lr l I' I l li! U Cl ', I l S l E 1,-.1 L, Q l 'G ln T la-4 I c j I lf Founded at Syracuse Fniversity, 190+ 4.. ' Membership-6,000 Number of Chapters-34 ll ' 1, Oklahoma, 1919 llkq is FACULTY MEMBER lla ' QKATPIERINE AUSTERHOLISE, Norman I , STUDENT MEMBERS b 1924 ia' ,D ZUMA WEIR, Clovis, New Mexico RUBY COLLINS, Sulphur 1, lv DOROTHY BETTES, McAIester F-xy STRAVVN, Idabel ' I GLADYS RHODES, Grove PRENDA TIDWELL, Oklahoma City LRC lp MYRTLE ROGERS, Lawton VVYLODEN VVALKER, Norman T2 Tb- 1925 ll? , GRACE BROWNING, Geary NELL NORVELL, 'Wynnewood ' lb RUTH CROW, Healton GERIXLDINE BURNEY, Marietta l 1 BILLXE MAPLES, Norman RUTH SUTTER, Norman W Wi PAULINE EDWARDS, MeAlester ANNA AUSTERHOUSE, Norman , 93 ,I 9 MERCEDES ERIXON, Oklahoma City EFRANCES CDSTLEY, Dallas, Texas T4 1926 l 4' ' l . I Q .TENNIE CARPENTER, Oklahoma City ALINE HOEFELD, New Orleans, La. N ,b ZAZELLE DICK, Oklahoma City HELEN WATSON, McAlester 'lb 5" MERCEDES TI-IORP, Oklahoma City ETHERESA BENNETT, Fairfax il 4 T ,J GARNETF REYNOLDS, Wilson XHELEN COSTLEY, Dallas, Texas 'ip EDITH GILLESPIE, Blackwell ' KELINOR RICHARDS, Waynoka 1 Will ,hi BUELLESFELD, Blackwell ,Q . ' 'I I Fl 'E 1927 'EB' 5 JGRITA ROGERS, Wilson FAYE GIBSON, Yukon 1' Q3 XHELEN INGLE, Marshall EMAYME DANSEY, Fort Smith, Arkansas 5 qt fig RKATHERINE SKEEN, Oklahoma City lag? fPIea ie lllfjl DA 3 ' Eg? ll 'E ll 2 ll ig ll 'lg W S 523i ff- A :T 'I 11: - T' 'T A -- fa .2 f f-if-I L- N , . ...- .Ni L. ,af LA 2-.. ,, Y - ,f,?,i-all 'QW -9 435 ,I ORGANIZATIONS CHI OMEGA Phelps, E. VValls, Sturgell, M. Northcutt. A. YValls McAlpine, Ash, Hommes, Frost, Wolfe Beard, V. Noi'thcutt, Mehew, Wright, Clark Meister, Royce, Harper, S. Williams Womack, A. Willianls, L. Sitton, Henderson Kenistun, F. Sittou, Goddard, Kull 436 I ..- sa. L H., S -g .. ..la,,,a, V X. V-Y ,gy W .. ,.., """'a- fl 1 "'45Q'5IQkLfQ?-tkwffivi 0 R G A N I Z A T I o N S 5941? fl I0 'r 'T' T-'T A ----1 -rff-ff? P2 ll l 9 l P . 9 I ID If-s ln I l flvl E? FTS E P Ii vi 14 Fav P? fe W2 fb ? r Qt K 54 ii 9 S Pig 59 Ji' he 1 ff. df PJ i' IF' 4 5. E 0 li I-:T 4-2 ii E2 UL gg Ie 9 1 if' l , L, V 1,1 if L, I 4"f 'Jn ig num P' S S, li if? I 'E W2 -I 'C I , , 7 li. IH . . 5 is ,.-, I I l l l ,I l l 5 ! l l l I l I E l l .Hi-i -I 4. - F I Sli CHI OMEGA l ,E , V21 7 QI' l' Q I--I 71'-I I Q? I is Ii QI SQ' Q? IL I l IU I M ij l 1' W last I ill 153 I , V ,d 5"I ' l I ,iff ,Nl Founded at University of Arkansas, 1895 Membership-9,000 Total Number of Chapters-59 l. Oklahoma, 1919 - -3 lg? FACULTY MEMBERS lffla MISS ELIZABETH JDRDAN MISS FRANCES EVANS Q 5 DR. 'WINNIE M. SANGER if l STUDENT MEMBERS I"- , Graduates . I BETH ASH, Blackwell MAUDE NORTHCUTE, Norman I FRANCES SITTON, Duncan SIEYL VVILLIAMS, Snyder ' LEONE HENDERSON, VVinHeld, Kansas RUTH LINDEN, Enid VELMA GDDDARD, Claremore EDNA LINDEN, Enid 3-far MARY MCKINNEY, Durant 1925 I RENE HOMMES, Oklahoma City PAULINE CLARK, Duncan fiiy EVA VVOLFE, Drumright MARIE KENISTON, Lawton lm NELLE ASHCRAFT, Altus JANICE WoMAcK, Hugo U32-all AUDREY VVRIGHT, Altus VERLE NORTHCUTT, Lexington ll 'ff' STEPHANA BLONGEWICZ, Bartlesville VVENDELL HARPER, Oklahoma City - ALLIE WILLIAMS, Snyder l" Rai. 1926 I, ,11 HELEN MEISTER, Oklahoma City MILDRED MEHEW, Enid 4 ,Q LOUISE BEARD, Bison VERA ROYCE, Wilburton I , A LORETTA STURGELL ETHEL MCALPINE, Haileyville L if VERA WALLS, Drumright CELESTA FROST, Norman iff A AUDREY WALLS, Drumright HARRIET RECTOR, El Reno Um 1927 .1 fl 4' LOUISE SITTON, Duncan ELDA WALLS, Drumright KATE FREEMAN, Oklahoma City lVlARIE PHELPS, Pawhuska I i CARLOTFA KULL, Oklahoma City SARAH BOWSER, Tulsa 'EJ ' Emil . 5, ,gi .Ld " " ' , 'i '-'iT' f-1 , sy, 4,-. I. 1' -I Qi 15 '7 L4 lg, H I ' Qdwhjj 4,-. ,.-.H - Q . A 'r I f 1 1,' Mx ' u 'ORGANIZATIONS il V PHI OMEGA PI McGrady, Anthony, Thompson, Nash, NVetmore Ward, Eusey, Brockmeir, Fonville, Barbour Clark, Elmore, Baldwin, Rumsey, W. Bills Case, Dial, Vlfatson, C. Bills Bohannon, Weaver, Neel, Presley Haley, Priddy, E. Dial, VVebb, S. Barbour "4f'4'.H,417.f'f-T57 438 13- ii -..,.-.-.- OR GANIZATIONS PHI OMEGA PI r -f-rf fa ---- - '.-'- f- . 'V ' .', ,- -URI Ai ,151 M. 5 55" : -Alt JW" ay, MIL ", ?"'," 74--.Nil ' IF. . an NA., U, ,V .W C, - xg, :.,I1.N - ,- I-Al - , . I 1 . , .. , ,X '- vffuym, I+. 'ww. ' Lid. J", A - .3,. M Lefa j ,, J, Ss, I I ,f .La .xyc ,.,- A . ,,,- . 1 .1 1'. t I ,A H - I .mfg lx, -..4,-93, Q... I 1,61 ', A 1 I", ' ,Q '- F ll .IL , I ,IR-II S - - ' ' ' ,Nm Z' ' L., I I ,. W E32-. M T 4 .IS lv. ,. ' , , ' """ 'rfi " -'ir-M --. .yr fl! ov Q? T' TD 'tx H . Q A?" ini? 'ELQJ I Founded at Uiiiversity of Nebraska, 1910 Membership-1,885 Number of Chapters-15 Oklahoma, 1921 FACULTY MEMBERS MRS. VERA I. Moon, Hiawatha, Kansas HELEN Home HAMILL, Oklahoma Citi Honorary .Mfm bw' MRS. LOTIA L. AMICK, Lawrence, Kansas STUDENT MEMBERS 1924 PAULINE BROCHMEIER, Atoka MERLE PRIDDY, Norman ELIZABETH FONVILLE., Oklahoma City CARRIE SMITH, Haviland, Kansas VERA NEEL, Norman HAZEL BOHANNON, Shawnee VIVIAN VVEAVER, Norman 1925 TSARABISTH BARBOUR, Norman XSTELLA CASI-I, Paden DOROTHY PRESSLY, Wagoner XHAZEL NASH, Paden JEANETTE BARBOUR, Norman VVILLA BILLS, Walters RUTH WARD, Tulsa 1926 TCONSTANCE LEATHEROCK, Oklahoma City XEDNA MCCRADY, Norman TISABELLE CLARK, Norman XMYRTLE WETMORE, Coweta VERA HARRIS, Randlett XFAY VVEBB, VVakita MARY HALEY, Oklahoma City XLAURA THOMPSON, Randlett MARY ENSEY, Norman MIRIAM ANTHONY, Norman 1927 XEUDEAN DIAL, Eldorado TLENNA WATSON, Waurika TLOIS RUMSEY, Picher XCLARA BILLS, Walters XGLADYS DIAL, Eldorado XMERLE PENDELTON, Pichcr "Pledge, 439 ORGANIZATIONS ALPHA XI DELTA Kirk, Bennett, King, Owen, Downey, Guthrie Jones, James, Wynn, Barksdale, Wyall, Bailey Morrison, Webb, Glass, Leftwich, Aubrey, Paton Beattie, Bunker, Conkling, King, Hall, A. Sharp J. Sharp, Church, McKinney, Lloyd Martin, Owen, Prater, YVyche Dean, Lehew, H. Burr, Rogers, M. Burr 440 v -"fq.,gq5,7.s,g,g, o R G A N I z A T I o N s Yrwimqfymvfsy, ALPHA XI DELTA Founded at Lombard College, 1893 Membership-6,300 Number of Chapters-35 Oklahoma, 1921 FACULTY MEMBER DIXIE XYOUNG, Mangum ERIJA OWEN, Norman STUDENT MEMBERS LOIS VVEEB, Sulphur LOIS BEATTIE, Alva IVA KING, Tahlequah Jo KING, Tahlequah MARJORIE BURR, Norman MARGARET MCKINNEY, Norman JONNIE SHARP, Bristow HORTENSE BURR, Norman IRENE DEANE, Tulsa ANNA MAE SHARP, Oklahoma City VIRGIL JAMES, Norman MARJORIE MARTIN, Oklahoma City RUTH JONES, Talihina ANNE LVIORRISON, Vinita ALBERTA GUTHRIE, Norman LUCILLE LEFTWICI-I, Oklahoma City MARTHA GLASS, Tulsa BERNICE PATON, Mena, Arkansas AGNES LLOYD, Poteau TIIMMIE PRATER, Oklahoma City ROSALIE BARKSDALE JEWEL CONKLING, Norman ' ' KATHERINE OWENS, Tulsa THELBA HALL, Heavener TLOIS KIRK, Poteau HAZEL -TAMES, Norman XETHEL CHURCH, Carmen ALICE AUBREY, Sapulpa HELEN BAILEY, McAlester LORENE WYNN, Ochelata TOPAL ROGERS, Oklahoma City NADINE DOWNEY, Oklahoma City HELEN BUCCHER, Ponca City VERDA WYCHE, Tulsa XHAZEL BENNETT, Chickasha GWENDOLYN VVYATT, Woodward H-"ledge, sffwaaaa-. 924 5 to Q N E, R '- A , ORGANIZATIONS PI-II MU Huff, Shore, Brittain, Beasley, Mosier Pruitt, Bard, Mozley, Ayres, Alder Jurrette, Gietzentarmer, Dodson, Kretz, Kelley Bunton, Turman, Barnes, Heiiey Barnard, WVilson, Babcock, Harris Foster, Bufiington, DeCnmp, Shoup 442 I. C l. I J 4 x -A ,-1. Y T: T' "tri, '.I,....LL,'kT" ,V ml '?Ib!155b2'fwNIff'2GA:!!3r. 0 R ts A N 1 z A T I o N s Q 1 'Eu' PHI MU of I.- o R T' A Ui 1 fy, I ffl if its lguf Il, If If le . I wth . ll .-,Il 5 'J lb 1.1, v - ng' jf I' 13 ffl Dx ci Founded at Vllesleyan College, 1852 f' Membership-6,000 Number of Chapters--1-1 Oklahoma, 1923 l '11 1. FACULTY MEMBERS Q2 EDWIXA l'lEFLEY STELLA REDDING S9 I STUDENT MEMBERS 'lf 1924 . EVORENE ALDER, Norman MARGUERITE GIEZENTANNER, Drlumright ,V VERNICE BARD, Helena JULIA KELLEY, Madill A GRACE BARNARD, Madill MAE BELLE MOSIER, Palestine, Texas K ffl 1925 " DOROTHY BUFFINGTON, Oklahoma City JOSEPHINE DonsoN, Lindsay A SUSYBEL BUNTON, Valentine, Texas S . 1 I I 1926 'Q DOROTHY AYRES, Drumright MAXINE HEELEY, Henrietta LUCY BABCOCK, El Reno MABEL HUEE, Norman - ANXCE BEASLEY, Norman MAURINE JARRETTE, Norman 'l ,Q MARIE FOSTER, Cushing MARY KRETZ, Okmulgee H ,, CLARINDA HAUCK, Norman LOIS MOZLEY, Norman ': Q JOHNNIE VPRUITT, Lindsay MATTYE VVILSON, Norman 1927 'fl HELEN BRITTAIN, Drumright WANITA SHOUPE, Cushing 'Q HAZEL HARRIS, Norman MILDRED TURMAN, Okmulgee OPAL SHORE, Drumright MARY BARNES, Guthrie ji I - Q A ' W . , L, ... ,.- -In 1 - V. Q f': ":Sf',wgK:"fg 41 ,L-ffr: '.' . ' l924 SQQNEQ' " -,Q- ,:f,,, 1.-A . l- ' To ri 443' ORGANIZATIONS ALPHA OMICRON PI Daggs, V. VVhite,,Bowman, Stafford Faught, E. White, B. Webb, Hopper Bai1'd, Fox, Stephens, Donovan Robberson, Black Childress, NV. NVebb, Horton 444 ORGANIZATIONS ALPHA OMICRON PI , f 'l sw HI I TREE lllll-9 ll, ,-5-I -I 1 . 6'fu"ll"b.,i nz ' 1 44 . I A, I If Founded 1897 at Barnard College, New York City Membership-6,000 Total Number of Chapters-30 Oklahoma, 1924 STUDENT MEMBERS Graduate Ti-IERESA PISTOCCO, McAlester 1924 RUTH BLACK, Oklahoma City JUANITA STEPHENS, Perry DoRA DEANE CHILDRESS, Norman BESS VVEBB, Altus ESTHER ECKSTEDT, Oklahoma City EIJNA VVHITE, Altus VERA DAGGS, Ada VIRGINIA WHITE, Altus BERTA GIBBINS, Lawton 1925 MARY LOUISE Fox, Norman MARJORIE STAFFORD, Norman XVILLA MAE VVEEB, Altus 1926 PAULINE BAILEY, Oklahoma City JOYCE HOPPER, Oklahoma City IRENE BAIRD, Stroud ANNABET ROBBERSON, Norman M1cNoN FAUGHT, Fort Towson LUCILE ROBBERSON, Norman MILRDED DONOVAN, Oklahoma City 1927 OPAL BOWMAN, Lawton ZALIA HILL, Oklahoma City EMILY HEss, Oklahoma City MATHILDA STUMPFF, Oklahoma City DOROTHY HORTON, Oklahoma City 445 V - 1555?-V.. -. - VVi.V -f-V-L., -QV-V-I 5--17-5 53 . WM----V - VVV- V V- V HQ , Q QQ Q "1-.""""'5"f" ' T 'Til' at ip .vwgf fu ' ' ' . 'i1H':i':V. . 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QQQQQQVQV ,V, Q QQ Q 5 l' Q ' VQQ ' ' ' K , Q Q ' ' QQ Q Q3 Q QQ ,QQ Q,,'4 . . f V . 2 2 , ffl V. 1 F711 , 3 V 1 V Q Q ' ' '- f 1 LQ, "ff ,N - "" Q 'Yggg 1 Hai w , Q Q Q Q ...Q ,.,,,. ,,., . ., I, fV V 1 f VV ' 1? " w- ffzf 'W wg ' .QVQ ,ZW -"' " V 415 V, 5,1 VV 'GV V 1 VV- Q I VV: ' V V5.3 1,3 , ,Q VV V my V se :V A H11 Q QQ Q Q QQLQQ QQ QQQQQQQQ V W Qqfzw H Lia r Q . Z "x.LQ'Qf Q ' QQ Q, :QU QQ QQQIQW ' 55 V"'v '51, ' V . ff fa- Q .Q N P5 ' f V V E . V 1 5.9 V V V V V ' 1- ' 2 . . Q , ,.QQ ' V' 2 T - , . V V V -V V if . .Qs "" ,, 5 " 1 V Q Q 'V QQV Q . Q' Q' Q Q- V .VQ.VV. QQ Q V QQ QQ .VV 1VVQQz-fQ'fQQQ.Q:Q .1- :Q V ,g. 935. -I 'Q Qf 9 V- V 'V V V V V. .VV - V. VVVV V M 1 . - Q - ' . V V ,... Q .. , . - Q f' 5 .. QQQ Q Q .1 gw 1 Q? V Q.. 5 , .Trl V ly H3 fb .Q - 14 ' f - V - V A - V - -V-..-..-if--.-.W V.V - .--.., ', 3 'l'1,'Fil'+1V'-.w'J!4w: VV ' , V 1 ' - VVV- -V----- --- V-V -fu -VV , VV K QQQ, Q11 1.4 446 ORGANIVNTIONQ 5 Tgf 7 YJ, ? .I J, f -, '4-I f Q 3 F ' 'e-i',Jf'O' xf!3+ : ,X f ' A ,. . . 1 Sl: - 5, - , XV, L- .H f, 64 V YY, H, ,,,,,, f . LO R G A N I Z A T I O N S V Y Y -,. 7.94--Y i,iH,i,gL :'--'igzgfflni Y 1 V1 i :V 4 .Q 1 5 l ba l. H3 PHI BETA KAPPA 5 'EEL f . ,Fel Yi? 'BI I I -rf. 1 , . Pl I 39 If l gf'-a. 1 4 '-'fs I ffl I 4 I 37, V I . 9 Es! fl, if ff' L . 52.4 A'-L l Ag! I is , L. M . I I? . 2 I .4 .nl I . , , ., sill 3351 CEI ipif Si' 1 1 E31 - NI' Z V l. Q ' IS? T5 5:4 V - - V4 'if-f Meredith, Brown, Browning, Shultz, Ray, Barnes if 'iggzl Anderson, Gaffney, Kelley, Pressly, Von Tungeln, Brixey VVhitney, White, Renfrew, Baldridge, Ball, Jackson W lb" 1' I lg? I Founded at William and Mary College, Virginia Im Oklahoma 1920 5 1 l 1 I R I ...,. I V, 'lf Ie' , A,-. lfll' 1-- 'gill , T' .. 1 ' ' in ,gg if-3 , if ',- C' vim: '-1-' ' V35 f . 3' . Ba! .5 gg iqgfll ' .,.,.. .,,, I QB' Il .., I F if lf U . pri Y lu , 1 . 4: QF? FACULTY MEMBERS ' 'gh V HUTTON BELLAH ALICE HERRON JOSEPH F. PAXTON ' W 1 JOHN B. CHEADLE HELEN L. HOLTZSCHUE GRACE E. RAY , 5 HOMER L. DODGE ROY T. HOUSE WALLACE E. ROBERTSON "' JAMES H. FELGAR VICTOR H. KULP LLOYD E. SWEARINGEN T, I ROY GITTINGER EDGAR D. MEACHAM OTTO W. WALTER Qijgpl, S- ROY HADSELL JULIEN C. MONNET GUY Y. WILLIAMS is ,Il - ARTHUR HAI-LAM VICTOR E. MONNETT HAROLD H. HERBERT '35 STUDENT MEMBERS 419235 faq ll Q . N ELIZABETH BALL MRS. ETHEL PARKER A4 WALTER BARNES WILLIAM SHULTZ 5:4 fl' , if ARTHUR PENN SAMUEL WEIDMAN 94' E lit GRACE FERRELL VIRGINIA WHITE . hs, H ELGIN GROSECLOSE JOHN WHITNEY . fc ,Ya ' .' ,'.i'-'J."-Fz:.Pl-Ygilcg T g.--jwfe 57 f Y Y 'f Y T7 5 I T- WEN: Y fr Y T Y +'BIffM'C-'i:.1:'iifvgfff 333.55 00" E I F- + ' I 448- ,,.., , RF.- .bg ai 1 A U QS -I' QE.: il X2 A bf: 1 il . 1 ti . : .fi APA p W-' AB? Wie iii:- WS by -I +5 'iff fl A ij W '4 1' 'lfl ii Fi w HSS H3 1. Fe! x V 53 l 15 Li!w.,l 3 55'- Q if ll I LJ' U 1 f" , I, 5 EQ. 11 Fai to. bf' U. -- 1 , Ig? I' ,V ,y 3. f .J ' A ,,!??v1Fi5gffZliH'22fs' o R G A N 1 z A T 1 o N s A wr V " PE-ET HUITON BELLAH ENocH B. FERRELL H. V. MCDERMOTT CLAUDE ANDERSON ARCHIE HARDER ALVIN JACKSON ALPHA JOHNSON Johnson, Tierney, Cantrell, Monroney Anderson, Jackson, YVz1tson Men's Senior Honor Society FACULTY MEMBERS STUDENT MEMBERS JOHN CANTRELL , . rf 449 ' V. E. MONNETT O. W. WALTER E. D. MEACHAM ALMER MONRONEY GRANVILLE TIERNEY FRANK WATSON SAMUEL WEIDMAN -MLW - V- - ---W A- - Aww 0 R G A N 1 z A T 1 o N s ??F?5?:!?1'f.f1'EQ "Q 4-J A .I 4. .Y-----.1-.---+2-M'-,---4 OWL AND TRIANGLE - Mayes, Kelley, Sharp WVeir, Ball Women's Honorary Senior Society FACULTY MEMBER ANNIE LAURIE ROBEY STUDENT MEMBERS JULIA KELLEY A ANNA MAE SHARP MARTHEL MAYES ELIZABETH BALL ZUMA WEIR 450 I I I v 1. 1' 1 , o R G A N I z A T I o N s 11'2:fEAff2:T:3?a?ETsf'E3-!'9',- , I' A N , i' " L24 ' ' 4 'f -' "" "' " ff? ...J-L V P 51 A :LII W, I Pg' A I N my ' TOGA T +2 W 1 if A ,I I I ?3 ' I ' ri H 1 - ' I 1. , I Q M W . . 5 ' W L .. ,, A Q6 I -S I I 2, lf, A I y - p F5 ,E Bozltriglxt, Renfrow, Devine, Cornelius ' . Mars, Lee, Bailey A I v MSI I d I . E . H I A . 'an I ' !P I it ,Q ' I 7? I A . 3 U I '77 Honorary Senior Society for Professional Schools ,y ' 1 MEMBERS , , GENTRY LEE FRED Hoon 4 ' Bos BAILEY LLOYD- BOATRIGHT A V' JOHN DEVINE E FRANK RENFROW gq I ,lf ED. MARS MYRON BOYLSON ' , f WILLIAM CoRNIsLIUs 4 fi' l iq' 1' A P' '21 gh ' I 3? A 'N af: WI , " USE' I ' I 31 3 b I 3 if' I Iw,I,,.,i,i,,A ,,,,,,,A. ,I , Irrb . A , LI ,Ii, IG-, 451 o R G A N I Z A T I 0 N s L-TgjiQ:'g5i7iifi41 CHECKMATE Lee, Morse, Monroney, Bronaugh Cornelius, Groom Senior Honorary Fraternity VVILFORD MORSE JACK BOYD CLARENCE MORRISON WILLIAM CORNELIUS SIDNEY GROOM GENTRY LEE ALMER MONRONEY EUGENE CHASTAIN VVELBOURNE BRONAUGH 4 S2 ....,-.: .L L T- V. 1 ' L" :.'."'I'.fQ,,"":., 'z."V" Z, -' WE A I Z A T I V -....-,- . Y.,.,,....v..h- L ., ...i.,.,t ONS i 4 I ,I I I5 f ,wf.n54...,,. ,gg-74 ?.'5fl':.,.-ls,-. , O R G A IN , 1 4, 1' ' I' R ' I, E I E, ,,mm,-,.. h IFN' Qi I is v I . j gr than H? I Gr? 1 IQ! '33 . A f ff -'ff-H f A f SW 'J ' I . I If ' -' J :, gi, ' ,lib th iii ii' ji U17 PS -f 'Y' fiv Si g -c A Ni. If v'- w ,R P? gg, b R 'rf pg 5:5 . I I 'TI iff .Sy ,, ,, 531, 5 i 'Ii 1' Ii' I Cf: 'i 1 'Jil s- 753 'T I 5' 9' Ruppert, Ligon, Hendricks, Robinson, Baker Q. I Rolph, Harrington, Monroney, Fulton, Godfrey, Brewer 'uf ' Groom, Long, McClellan, Sidwell, Cash 'jf ll ' 'i' fi ' P f, 4 I A In 'I Sai bf!! .Q ix ' KL, 2 -25:51, P fb ff ' 1 '. -1 I -A I Q, gg I gi :fc A E 333 gill Honorary junior-Senior Fraternity be HA . . . . N" ig ,I Founded at University of Missouri, 1904- QQ Pj I in-K, K , 9 ' ,R 4' Z' no if in X CLIFFORD FULTON TOM GODFREY 'lj by CARROLL SIDWELL EARL HENDRICKS FQ, ix is JOHN ROBINSON WALTER MCCLELLAN ,IJ NORTON ROLPI-I JOHN HARRINGTON 1-'fl Qi-' BERT KEMMERER ROBERT BREWER -. Ig? HOWARD BOWLEs STANTON THATCHER .nj MEREDITH HICKEY ALMER MONRONEY HERMAN LONG SIDNEY GROOM f, PERRY HANSON MAURICE RUPPERT 54 HAROLD HUFFBAUER NEAL SULLIVAN if TRAVIS CASH ROMAYNE BAKER i 25, ED LIGON RANDOLPH MCCURTAIN fi fi , T T I 1- - ff ff- ,E-F fvffgeeewfvf-'svfffSify eifahfi '32 9 53 Q 055' Eg -Qg'ugjQ.f:f:ggvE gzggrrzrf, , . -' v' I ' " " tr . .-'A . O R G A N I z A T I O N S I' I1 ' f 'A '55 gr- ' ' L . ,- .,: , . ,, V, .L .. ,,. Af- I ..Y -I A -----W A- f MYSTIC KEYS l McE1yea, Abbott, Thompson, Mason Boone, Blakely, Strange, Norris, C. Thompson Maxwell, Lykin, Wilson, J. Tllompsou Honorary Sophomore Society Founded at University Of Oklahoma, 1908 MEMBERS MAURICE CLARK WALTON DARROUGH JAMES THOMPSON CHARLES THOMPSON JACK MANN HAYWOOD WRIGHT EVERETT CLARK FRANK ABBOTT LELAND DAVISON CLIFFORD MAXWELL JOE THOMPSON VICTOR VACIN TUTTLE MEDER' KENNETH BLAKELY GLEN MASON ALBERT NANCE 4-54 JOHN FLEET DOUGLAS MCMURRAY ROY LAMB RASH BARRETT GAYLORD BARRETT ROBERT CATLETT DONALD JOHNSTON TOM KENNEDY GRANNIE NORRIS LYALLE STRANGE JAMES BOONE BENNIE MCELYEA JACK NEALE CLAUDE THOMPSON CHARLES FORD .4 .., E I, ' f i W -'. - . ORGANIZATIONS ,L -'H Af Ag, ' --f ' -- Y W ' Y" 'Q A - Y jr, j" Y - - din Sj- U-il K' I ef' in Ji l if 4- , ffl, I M3 Q BATTLE AXE 3, - fa LE" 1 if-'rl F' 5 , Q . 1 I i ,ii j 33 mg liz' J" lf? .L , . ' I E. I : " A12 P ig 'R fm P 3:4 L Q35 5 I I ff? , lf-fi I-J . Q? I I ' ff I S. Smith, XVIISSOIJ, Farley, McDaniel, Mason, NVI'iglIl. Mc-Kinney, Lippert MTH f' LzItiIIIeI', Creveling, XVIIll:Ice, J. Smith, Bonds, Mullins, Floyd !','-1 5 McClendon, Fink, Irving, XVhG1lIlJ', Davis, Goddard, Conner, Miller ' .I Rag? iff: 5 il +I , l Y F 54 I I -Vg Honorary Freshman Society Q' 3 l 1 3' Oklahoma, 1908 ' lf X Qi I ,J ' MEMBERS if 5 ' CAMP BONDS JOHN MAYDERRY V I VICTOR BRACHT JOE MILLER ' GERSTER BROWN BILL MULLINS 4 JAMES CONNER EDWARD MCCABE -gf! Q , HAROLD CREVELING RANDOLPH MCCLENDON ,l ,Lu I , ROY DAvIs KING MCKINNEY 3 'LA' Ea ' JOE DENNER GLEN MCDANIEL ,EQ ggi HAROLD FARLEY PHIL REA JOHN FINK MAYNARD REAVIS Hifi JOHN FLOYD BYRON SCHAFF ' N is MARLIN GODDARD ERNEST SHARP , ,, .V By? BILL HICKS JOHN SMITH Y, Q CY HILLSWORTH STANLEY SMITH ,IQ GQ, FRANCIS IRVING JAMES SULLIVAN I Q " CELLUS KERLIN JACK TALBOT lil If WINSTON JEIDE HUBERT VVHEATLY Nj FRANK LATIMER BUD WHEELER Q33 1 STEARN LIPPERT ARCHIE WRIGHT Q ff ai ,I RALPH MASON 'V tj J : .-1 if is Wig 1 A I ' I, PQI ll ' , Q5 2 j I-T1 -"u I 1- Lf uf. H I .'..E.f'- .zfh-I' L 1, -. a. ' " "' Y ' ' " . . ' ' LE:f?i:iE?i'i37157'-19"4-q"1L5 gc'3f'Lda T"f'1f"--7 U E 'iff L-1 I L, QLLL LL LLL L LLLL Lf: 1.Lk,.-.,,. L , LL ,L L L 4-55 S 4 . f 1 .-f3','.-gx'.5.:3'E"' . 'I Il. ORGANIZATION ,' 1 - A 'E wi" n .E .4 V" ALPHA CI-II SIGMA I . I 1 , i 1 If I , Barnes, Jackson, Devine, Heiiey Chaney, Hippen, Stewart Professional Chemistry Fraternity Founded at the University of VVisconsin, 1904- K Oklahoma, 1918 FACULTY MEMBERS GUY Y. WILLIAMS I. H. GODLOVE ' FRED W. PADGETT I JAMES E. BELCHER 1924 1925 JOHN STEWART 1926 WJOHN MARCH CECIL T. LANGEORD LLOYD E. SWBARINGEN DEMPSIE B. MORRISON RAY HENDRIX FRANK HORNE ALVIN JACKSON EUGENE SMITH HAROLD THORNE CLAUD HIXON STEWART HUME ELTON MCCOLLUM XDANA HEFLEY I '- if STUDENT MEMBERS t LOUIE BARNES , WW. F. BRATTAIN H b LOVELL CHANEY l . I JOHN DEVINE WALTER DYE T A Y I E KENNETH".CROOK , KENNETH CUNNINGHAM RALPH HIPPEN HEREID BRAZELL - I "PIedge. I ' I L.PQ. 456 sq-Q., L5- .' -.-.- -H --E --ve I ., I ii 1 BLS 13. 1 QB ."fi 1 5? ggi '74 'vi F114 u I I N21 4, win W4 ii Qi me ig , I 4111 I ':-S, I A 1 R 3? 953 I ,ff if? VT I T' .-ff? ! 'IU ?"5'.., Im! , 4, I 5 9312: ,ff jf Q15 li ,yr .I I 122779 I- I J, 1 I 15.9 Yiiii SEE 261' lar? .gif UPN ,li ,N 27:51 F41 UN V193 3 Qi? ., K., I 3. MA. 3L3f:'i iffii If iii :'33'Y Sidi I, 0- I 121 IE A 24 QI JJ ',?,?II , , LA-I . . .- -.f,.n-.a l Q.-you-Az- X.. -.. .- - Y - 4. 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TURNER l ' 1925 7 'ff l CHARLES BATHE HAROLD HUGHES HUGH SCHAEFFER GLEN BULLIS JAY KELSO EMRY STUEDLE N gm CRAWFORD COOPER LILLARD MONTGOMER1' RALPH THORNTON I MERLE HILL JOSEPH NEAL ANSEL CHALLENER N I GUs HOLLANDER 1 PERCY ROBINSON 1926 .95 LEON AURELL HOWARD DELANO MERVIN SHAFFER SANFORD BABCOCK ROY DISHMAN LEE SIMONSON I JOHN BARRETT ARLIE HEGKART BRUCE SPENCE i FLOYD BOND EARNEST HUGHES OTIS STEPHENS LEROY CHAPMAN MAYNARD KENNERLY RALPH TYLER l HARLAN CHASE WILLIAM PARKER FLOYD WILLIAMS EDGAR CONES EDWARD ROYSE WILLIAM WOLEE SQ ARTHUR Cox KARL FRANK ROLAND HUGHES 4 f I ll I' 'I V A il M. F L T f....,.Qf11. , Lf 'O' in ee eeee A A 5 f-1'eTfixi- LT? . P 5 I ,.'.A'JGvAb'mwwRe.-.e'.2R1c-NgmedH924 sgp QE rv A 457 r x n . O R G A N I z A T I O N S 4' .5 .iff If' it J Q ' '7 -I ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA E I w-w.- 1 AW. .I:,, ...L A. .. .,,- . .....,,Q,..f,..,...,,N... I- .-.EI -A .A-gf......,.-E...-...N. A A . ' r -" Q . . .2I.j'Is'l53,5 Us5..3Ei11 1. 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Ugw:-5.999 Egg I - -: Q55-Azefs-O-If-Rgofifaazme''12 A I J' VR . A '- -1. .1 I. -..:.:.:..--..--. .. www- M.. . A-41. -W.AAAgOz,Afm- 163 13. 49. ., . . , 35 .cr , w g fy , 1.AfIfifiAgg-,yiqgfgqgqi - .3 ISS? . I .A - '11 '- ' ,mf 'tif' ff l h igsi xg gl - - - ve . V . , Q., . . . W- - . 4- . ., . B1'aue1', Kimball, Dean, Johnson Stroup, Mote, Stites 'l'1Iompson, Reed, Pickurd, Fox Honorary Medical Fraternity Founded at Dartmouth College, 1888 I Oklahoma, 1920 FACULTY MEMBERS pg, vw I.. ,.- Ap- :1-RA Q - ,. . X' -Q: A -, r.3fvA, .4 - 456 M REX BOLEND H. H. CLOUDMAN CYRIL E. CLYMER JOSEPH C. STEPHENSON ANDREW M. YOUNG JAMES P. MCGEE ARTHUR B. CHASE EMERY ALLING LOUIS CORBETT HUGH STITES ORIN STANDIFER PAUL MOTE STANLEY VVILDMAN GRADY MATTHEWS ABRAHAM L. BLESH FLOYD J. BOLEND WALTER W. VVELLS LLOYD M. SACKETT WILLIAM A. FOWLER JOHN A. HATCHETT S. R. CUNNINGHAM JAMES REED FOREST DEAN CLAYTON STROUP CHARLES SHUMWAY BENJAMIN THOMPSON GEORGE KIMEALL WADE FOX CHARLES RAYBURN ALPHA JOHNSON ALVIN GORBY FRANCIS JELSMA ALLEN KRAMER DANIEL STOUGH BYRON BROWN A JOHN PICKARD RAY JONES EGTHOMAS MCGRATH LOREN BAKER XRINHART KIPPENBERGER SIGFRIED BRAUER "Pledge 458 ORGANIZATIONS ALPHA KAPPA PSI Tierney, Reid, Smith, Rizlings, Thompson, Turner . Sullivan, XVatsOn, Snell, Dawson Moussa, Priebe, Anderson, Whitson, Hervey, Grisso A. B. ADAMS MARCELLUS PRIEBE CLAIRE RACKLEY THEODORE REED OTIS RIDINGS CLARENCE SMITH EARL SOMMERS WALTER SNELL JEROME SULLIVAN RALPH THOMPSON GEORGE TURNER LeVan, Hzxhl, Bnldridge, McDowell Rackley, Petty, Miller, Moore, Buckeridge, Ingle Fo . 1 ' ne, L A627 Professional Commercial Fraternity unded at New York University, 1904 Oklahoma, 1915 FACULTY MEMBERS JEROME EDMUND BERRIGAN STUDENT MEMBERS GRANVILLE T IERNEY GEORGE LEVAN FRANK WATSON WILLIAM WHITSON GEORGE WILL CLAUDE ANDERSON HOLMES BALDRIDGE WALTER BARNES GEORGE BUCKLES ALLAN CASEY 459 DOWD BYRON DAWSON JOHN HERVEY GEORGE HOHL CLEO INGLE THOMAS JOHNSON RALPH MILLER COLBERT MOORE ANNIECE MOUSSA HAROLD McDOWELL ED. PETTY ORGANIZATIONS I AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS Halverson, L. Hall, XVadsack, Brookes, Sandifer, Hendrix, McCollister, Wolford, Coffman, Leavitt HeHe5 Lech, Donaldson, Canahl Dilworth, Wilson, Grimes, Bruce, Richmond, Miles, Higgenbottam, W. Hall, Shumate Smitll, Bowers, McKinney, Cash, Moore, Mars, Cornelius, Oakes, Martin, Hill, Durkee, H. Broun Bristow, H. E. Brown, McMurtree, Pyeatt, Davis OFFICERS H. D. BROWN . - ...... President A. BRETT - . Vice President N. B. SMITH ..... Secretary and Treasurer J. F. BROOKES ALBERT BRETT BELSUR BRISTOW H. D. BROWN T. F. CASH W. L. CORNELIUS I. J. BOLLINGER JOHN COFFMAN H. A. HALVERSON J. L. HEFLEY LEE HENDRICKS A. BRAUER H. E. BROWN H. B. BRUCE DT. A. CANAHL JACK DAVIS V. DECKER DON EVANS FACULTY MEMBERS N. E. WOLFORD STUDENT MEMBERS 1924 W. E. DELWORTH G. E. DONALDSON PASCHAL GRIMES SIDNEY GROOM L. VV. HALL M. H. HARGIS 1925 U. P. KENNEDY CHARLES A. LASHBROOK L. A. MCCOLLISTER L. NIELSEN H. L. OAKES 1926 W. D. HALL TED HODGES W. JONES H. G. LEAVITT S. L. MCLELLAN M. F. MILES F. MILLS I. A. SHOMATE ' I 460 C. R. SA NDIFER G. HIGGENBOTHAM ED. MARS E. L. MCKINNEY W. P. MOORE N. B. SMITH FERRIS RICHMOND DONNELL ROBINSON O. F. WADSACK X. H. WILKINSON J. R. MATLOCK C. A. STOLDT A. L. STEWART J. E. WEST VICTOR VACIN D. F. VVILSON V. PYEATT H. B. HILL ORGANIZATIONS BLUE PENCIL Floyd, Brandenburg, Hull, Bolton, YVetmore, Trower Bunn. Benrd, Hervey, Guthrey, Grisso, Mitchell Madden, Hughes, Nethery, Inghram, Ford, Buckles, Erixon - Ame-nt, 'Von Tungeln, Conine, Passmore, Cate, Edwards Honorary Authorship Fraternity ELIZABETH BALL LOUIE BARNES JAMES BARNETT JESSIE BEARD ROBERT BRANDENBURG DUDLEY BUNN RICHARD CALDWELL LEV EDWARDS MERCEDES ERIXON AUBREY FLOYD KATE FREEMAN WALKER GRISSO HELEN GUTHRIE THELBA HALL FOSTER HARRIS HARLAN TROWER Oklahoma, 1920 FACULTY MEMBER S. R. HADSELL STUDENT MEMBERS 461 JOHN HERVEY LEO HUGHES ROBERT INGRAM JULIA KELLEY HELEN KEYS ELIZABETH KIRK VERA MADDEN JACK NEALE LOIS NETHERY FRED PASSMORE LYNN RIGGS DoT SPRINGER IUANITA STONECYPHER HENRIETTA VON T UNGELN MYRTLE WETMORE KENNETH DRAPER I L -2- A W4 A- Ti A W ORGANIZATIONS if . , ,I -. Q,-are H- , i Vxv- V ,V Y t .,.Y.g,.-- . -,. CHI ZETA CHI Hyer, Needham, Adams, Paramore Bullard, Stratton, Bonham, Gaylnau Professional Medical Fraternity Founded at University of Georgia, 1904 Oklahoma, 1921 FACULTY MEMBERS DR. L. B. NICE DR. J. L. DAY STUDENT MEMBERS 1924 RAY BULLARD VIRGIL DAUGHERTY SYLBA ADAMS BYRON GAYMON CLARENCE NEEDHAM CHARLES PARAMORE 1925 FORREST HALE VAN HERRINGTON 1926 RUSSELL BONHAM JOSHUA HYER LEROY STRATTON 1927 JOHN COTTERAL 462 A l -1 ILI'-asf'--im?-I-.1.PI-5, ff , O R C- A N I Z A T I O N S A. ' I I -...LY 4 Effie-P'---M' If,-A-,:,s,.44h, ,V 'fy' W, ., -1 . - I Q-.fi I jf.-4 ORDER OF THE CLIP Ui , CGAMMA SIGMAJ - hc? li: :A"' if? lag? I-I 231' 4:1 is? ixas. I 9,1 :K V IN bi.. 'QQ II I F? I IE 'R 52: .l If I'- I, P I . IFE af. ,IPS Ulf HFS: ,li I K fig . . '75 Garrett, Lee, Bristow, Bickel, Hallam, Edwards, Foerster, Hatcher, Slaten, Davis ,ig N. Smith, Wiinberlyj Emanuel, Dial, Shelton, Mz1h:IFl'y, Gibson, Haas, Shaw ll ij Thornton, Lindley, Cook, Moussa, Monroney, Cornelius, R. Thompson, Ingle, Maurer, Kemmerel ,EE Grubb, Holt, Hansen, Marrs, L. Smith, VVIIlker, Egolf, L. Thompson Anderson IQ, Gahring, Freeman, Savage, Potter, XVebb, Burtis, XVallis, Grimes, Priestley, McNeely ff' Kimball, Nix, V. Thompson, Grunert, Hippen, Blakely, Moore, Howenstein pi 4 . ,gl Inter-School Society ,Egg Oklahoma, 1921 I .T ' Hg? FACULTY MEMBERS ,bf E. E. DALE IZ. R. KRPXETTLI ARTHUR HAXLLAM VICTOR MONNEIT '52 N. E. VVOLFORD U5 ,tg STUDENT MEMBERS TOM GARRETT EDWARD MARS VVILLARD EGOLF GUY WEBB jk, VERALD DAVIS VVILLIAM MOORE CLARENCE MORRISON ED SIssON NL, GEORGE KIMBALL HORACE BROWN WILLIAM GIBSON BERT KEMMERER ,rl JOHN RATCLIFF FRED MURCHISON JAMES BUCHANAN TED SHELTON , GENTRY LEE WILLIAM CORNELIUs BEN HIXTCPIER BELSUR BRISTOW I, ROBERT BAILEY - NEWMAN B.- SMITH COLLINS GABLE L. MCCOLLISTER Ig!-, LESTER SMITH ROBERT MCNEILY , ROY MAHAEFY RALPH HIPPEN 'Ii BRUCE POTTER HUBERT BALE HENRY DIAL PASCHEL GRIMES I we CLARENCE VVARREN JAKE HAAS BERT GRUBB FRANCIS BICKEL i I If 'a I" ,z' I K DWIGHT SHAW ROY EMANUEL LLOYD HARRIS FAIRFORD SLATEN MYRON BOYLSON GORDON CARR BUFF BURTIS ALMER MONRONEY HOWARD HARRIS 1' s- ' ' HOLLY ANDERSON MAURICE GORDON WILLIAM WALKER LOY COOK HOWARD LINDLEY CY HOWENSTEIN LEVERETI' EDWARDS ARTHUR GRUNERT A .:',. WILLIAM BLAKELY HAROLD FREEMAN ROY HOLT ROSS GAHRING RALPH THOMPSON CLEO INGLE ROYCE SAVAGE H. VVIMBERLY 'ri ir? '- 463 RALPH THORNTON LIONEL SULTER MAURICE PRESCOTT JOHN VVALLIS EUGENE SMITH HERECHEL NIX ORVILLE PRIESTLEY HERVEY FORESTER ROY MOURER ORGANIZATION 41,9 H ' S -.- 'f' , DELTA PSI KAPPA Bennett, Barr, Meister, Virgin, Gillespie, Craven, Moore IVl1itman, D. Thompson, Owen, Redding, Breedlove, Ray, VVheat1ey Reed, Hudson. W'amsley, N. Thompson Britt, Noble, Smith, Bonebrake Honorary Athletic Sorority FACULTY MEMBERS IMA JAMES FLORENCE GRUMICH STUDENT MEMBERS JUDITH VIRGIN ALTHEA BREEDLOVE MARJORIE MARTIN ELIZABETH SMITH ERDA OWEN GRACE BARR MARY NOBLE CLARA BONEBRAKE EDITH GILLESPIE FAYE HUDSON MARGARET MOORE MARIANNE WHITMAN NELLMA THOMPSON MARGARET' WILSON 4 64 STELLA REDDING GRACE RAY MURIEL CRAVEN BILLY MCGUIRE MAMIE BARR PEARL BARR ALICE BELKNAP RELAND BRITT HELEN MEISTER ELIZABETH REED EDNA STUARD DOROTHY THOMPSON OLIVE TRACY TEREsA WAMSLEY FIDELIA WHEATLEY 'rr Il L :ig " A' I Ir' kj 1-EQ D3 T QQ! Ls I E: 'FS I 1- 'ii SQ s., 4" HIE' , H , if 7? A QE 'Er 0 P 1? I vii gif 1:5 .1 Fl -fig M , fix . if Qi If? A I, if! 'I Viv 'ix ., Hg dxf I YI 23 'A ff PJ "gl I 3 4 '1 92 :Ez , Li' , af fi ?2. Il 525 A View Eg! an 92 . IBS bil 1 'N I 52 E, 55, gl iii VH Q1 E ., , A., ,Lq....6 , ,-,,.L.,, ., fL...,........., 'sifxfffs ' "4 ORGANIZATIONSWQ' , J I - '-..f1-112 '-' 'N --Rf --E'.g.7 3 I, gn, ,.. ,.i......-,, M -- , DELTA SIGMA RHO Savage, Grubb, Smith, Green Cullen, Hervey, Moussa, Watson l"i'?Hi M N. L, 4 Honorary Forensic Fraternity Founded at University of Minnesota, 1906 RAYMOND BARRY JAMES BUCHANAN PAUL CULLEN EDWIN DEUPREE CHARLES FAIR REGINALD GREEN Number of Chapters Oklahoma, 1908 FACULTY MEMBER KEENE HORNER STUDENT MEMBERS WALKER GRIsso ' am.-QEQQMQE--...-,Y. .- ,aS.4-gy-.-ff 5-f,4-W-1-I--11. - -,EA-ff qm.ffw,f--1:'eh-upzv.-f4RQ"f'-swf-,p, new A AE - If 2 -N- BERT GRUBB JOHN HERVEY ANNIECE MoUssA ROYCE SAVAGE LESTER SMITH FRANK WATSON wars.-'Q e::c.v.:, 7.:.JE.e,..-1.1.-:E 9.12 lv SYJLJP' E - eff:-fx - -Q.-Aff: ,Y W, C- -Y aw, E ,sv--:wr -- -.NNW -f --W -i-fff'Y- 465 3. 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GLADYS WOODWARD NELLMA THOMPSON I MARIANNA WHITMAN MARY MCGEHEE 4 -. - ' 1 IH MILDRED SIDWELL HAZEL PLUMMER Q3 i ff 1 VELMA GODDARD 'QI .ffl 19 3 1 'lf ', xv l 1, 1,51 1 ,Q r 'I ' 171 'ix 1 5 1, . rf: I W . TL 1 W- Qr 3 33 LS , 35 . 4 keg fi 1 'Tjj 1 If. 7 1 . f f fr . . ... L - '- :f A rr' oh!----r of r -- W4 1 I-. 57.1, M . , . . f' f gf- V .. ., 1 ' ff? i- 31,11 1?-IF Q . fn- 1 5153:-5 .-,lggajg,-f',:',ivrg2rg,.,M5,Zi+jd 4-66 1961 IOTA SIGMA PI bear-le, Dutton, Moore ij Tidwell, Herring 1' v lf fl' 'rg Honorary Chemical Sorority S 'J 'R Q 9 IQ. ri 4 I 9 , x , , f 1 ini . OFFICERS i A. PRENDA TIDWELL . . - . . . . President Q MRS. VERA MOORE . . . Vice President 1 MARTHA HERIUNG - - . Secretary and Treasurer A " W Q- f -1 -' '1f"'r-1 , T, Y-f--e-'-1-w-ee'--'e "-4 ---5'-'--"'1',,-i'.i V ' A A , 5 A . . , A ,, .i -? Q if :FR x-g ,L P ,Qi STUDENT MEMBERS jg OLIVE SEARLE MARGARET RAYBURN 7 ' DR. ALMA NEILL FLORA VVRIGHT 'E' . ADENA DUTTON - , 1 be b v ' ' fr ,..i,e io,. A A L WAVBYESWSSESYSEQ. Ii 9 2 4 5 UCNN 15 'Q Q3R'ffgi!3Q,'ZgVa V L7 ' - V- - """ 7" ' "Y -- ,id--2' - 7 ,, ' 467 ' ORGANIZATIONS KAPPA DELTA PI Benge, Priddy, Milliken, Daggs, Atherton, Wolverton, Shultz Armour, Vincent, Cox, Wharton, Winn, McLaughlin, Hummel' West, Cornell, Fox, Shanklin, Gash, Long, Neel Von Tungeln, Bellows, Foster, Wade, Garrett, VVhite DR. W. W. PHELAN DR. ELLSWORTH COLLINGS MRS. TESSIE L. COLLINGS MRS. M. Q. WILSON F. F. GAITHER J. C. M. KRUMTUM VERA B. NEEL GRACE GARRET ANNA VON TUNGELN VERA DAGGS KATE BARBOUR KATHRYN OSTERHAUS MAY SHANKLIN J. T. WADE LOEAINE WHITE Honorary Education al Fraternity Oklahoma, 1913 FACULTY MEMBERS DR. GEORGE MILLER DR. ALLEN RUGGLES STUDENT MEMBERS OLIVE DAVIDSON ESTHER BELLOWS TERESA RICHARDS CHARLES ATHERTON MILES HUMMER HARRY FOSTER' ORVA HENKINS ANNIE COX NETTIE WEST HELEN HAMIL LINNIE LOOKABAUGH MERLE PRIDDY FLORA MCLAUGHLIN 4 l 468 PROE. M. O. WILSON PROF. G. H. SMITH HELEN VINCENT CHARLES SELZER NANNIE MILLER LOUISE WILKONSON MARY LOUISE Fox KEARNS CORNELL ITEA WOLVERTON ANDREW L. JACKSON A. M. WHORTAN STELLA CASI-I HOLLIS LONG IENNIE ARMOR I 'I l I I I -- .4 ,, A V if 1 rf 1 Fgilgi-' fff,-5 I O R G A N I Z A T I O N S ,L ' VE - A- -1..,..I., -A A 'H E5 - . - A I I A-I U - I ,gl ii. l if .f KAPPA KAPPA PSI l"7 .15 ' 4 f KA!! -YI- . - I 'I Y. V I .I E A iii. I 1. . .'-If x ff gg I-f r I If ' lim IQ? i I L , I I Q gn 42,5 I-ai: fm 'Iv li I gg :ff 'fx 'ET R- I ci U 41.- Z IG kfi -if shi FEI I-iii E Mfg 'T' V I 1 ' I I I , J' ,', ' , '. , ' , ' ' I NI Irs I Indsex Diem N 'llld0I'p00l Hutchens PGlg'11SOl1 ff, Hockmun, Cunningham, Parks, Bell, Atkinson, Stewart ',, W' Squyres, Brett, Montin, Phelps, Springer 3 X I 55. F I l-,Q I 'fill Honorary Band Fraternity I I dl Founded :It Oklahoma A. and M. College, 1919 I Oklahoma, 1921 'xi l O' EQ OFFICERS I 'I till EUGENE SPRINGER .... President ll K JOHN FLEET . . . Secretary Q 4 ' DOANE TOLLESON . . . . Treasurer 1,6 VVILLIAM DIETZ Corresponding Secretary gn I . Q ia P .P I ACTIVE MEMBERS ' ,Q If F. M. HoovER BRYCE BARNETT ELISTON DIEM l ED. CATRON JOHN FLEET HAROLD. VANDERPOOL I gi .I G. R. BARRETT EDGAR CONES MAC HUTCHENS 4,1 if ' ROBERT LANDSAW LAWRENCE FERGUSON GARVIN SACKETT p I I. N. HOCKMAN EDWARD MARS R. O. HENDRIX I EQ' D51 CHARLES DAUBERT SCOTT SQUYRES FRANCIS INGLE 4 EUGENE SPRINGER ALBERT BRETT HARRY ATKINSON N 1 I RoscoE JOHNSON RAY LINDSAY CARLTON CUNNINGHAM 21 JOHN STEWART HILLIS BELL MALCOLM PHELPS .C fl pf DOAN TOLLESON DANAH BOYETTE 1 l' ' 'mf l L HONORARY MEMBERS 15? ' OSCAR J. LEHRBR WILLIAM DIETZ B. N. LOVGREN ,l JOHN P. SOUSA C. P. BABER A. C. MONTIN fl .. . iii? I. INACTIVE MEMBERS ll U I BEN K. PARKS li Q3 li fr Z' ' l" 5 ' G16 WE - Lf., .,.. EEE... . . .. -,.,..J'j:1 1 F? 315 E-5,g.L 54 -''fffirfe'11:51 469 xr 0 . i wr J, .-q,..-..7 ,,--- . , , , , K M i I H- --Q, . I' it .- A f J- :.,.,p,,A,g,,-.f:,s,y.l9 s ' Q49 A- -'Till 51, ORGANIZATIO N S l ,K A f. l Y' A 1' 'd 1' A L . V Ad -fl a. r RM ,Y ,Y 4 WV- -A 3- -F ,,,,,,., ,L .. , 3-LMA...-V 3, it-Y 1 nj , LQ! fi? is xg -', by KAPPA PSI 5, 1 ' -Q' . I I , F15 Kg ll H '-', 9 'Q D ,Fi lj: 2:4 EU bfi 4 'fd 3: '51 3.3 ','. Cf, I Ni. Li, A 1' 1, , .Ex ., if? Qi iff iff if: .2 " B fr if 15 L l ,V i 'EQ QP iff if lpn. lg. ii. Berd, Johnson, McDaniel, Guthrie, Long, Byers if Sackler, Boatright, Barnett, Gillespie, Hawkins, Jamison 31' in Skillern, Byrd, Sheets, Stockton, Slayton, Carson ,gf 1 .5 ' QL' in ai -'Tv Professional Medical Fraternity :if QE ll Founded at Medical College df virginia, 1879 fi' -'Q Membership-14,207 Number of Chapters-93 :JJ FACULTY MEMBERS ' A DEAN D. B. R. JOHNSON BARTON JAMISON 7 , . STUDENT MEMBERS "Q ' LLOYD BOATRIGHT CHARLES GILLESPIE Ji' LAMOINE CARSON COY HAWKINS RAY LONG BUEORD BARNETr y 4, CAL STOCKTON WHEELER BYERS xt, MARION SHEETS LAWRENCE NORTHCUTT N .i ' OTHO SLAYTON THEO. BYRD ,, ' I- XGLEN MCDANIEI. JOHN FLEET HOMER SKILLERN "Pledge, 1 . 470 L. C. GUTHRIE HAROLD BERD WILLIAM SOCKLER M, xv l n ,.......,..,.......... . LT... -....g..,.,.?,,......1 ,- 1- 1- -r v o .SM-'!"'F."bf wmv. -.A It 0 R G A N 1 Z A T I o N , ,,...-.,,,,,-- .. . . . . Q ,. I S 1 H v QP ,. .' . KAPPA TAU PI 1 uf . . 1 , U ' .jc ll ' I 1 b 1,1 l , QQ .l A .W ix A . 4 . 9 l X xx. yi A I en: J L -. l 1 . 1. Y l V 'T ' ' , l I A r A . 1 ' XVl1itney, Cullen, Vlfilson, Brett, McClure l Hockman. Long, Shelton, Schooler, Ingle T Nnlley, Reed, Waggoner, Stewart, Hohl i Q, E 1 Q: i V. Q il fs . Q 1 i . y 1 ,J Honorary Religious Fraternity l .1 FACULTY MEMBERS 'P ' DR. GILBERT H. SMXTH DR. W. W. PHELAN . . ., STUDENT MEMBERS l ' K BERNE BR1GGs CLEo INGLE W ARLINGTON WAGGONER PAUL CULLEN 3 lib 1 ALBERT BRET1' CARL WILSON 5 Qi Loy Coox EUGENE BARNEY U M NATHAN REED DoN SCHOOLER .f, l flu TOWNSEND MCCLURE VIRGIL NALLEY 4 Q- .1 JAMES HOCKMAN JOHN COTTERAL 'QM l X THEDDIE S'HELToN Loy LONG je l gy JOHN STEWART GEORGE HOHL 3, Q JOHN WHITNEY V1RG1L DOUGHERTY 'll l . ' 1 ,x .. , .C ' ii' l I l l ff' L 5 A gal '. V A-.' A.-Tfffif. f ,. A , 7'.f'lf7U "ii "D ' "' " "H Q . ' 1 " ' ' A LiiW:fejtE:i'g'A'-rm :vE.v.aA:'wwc+r:fa:'-7-..-.niggaz ll 92,4 b-QLLUN gi 5' . ..g: . ,f 53-22. fxgfff. 471 ORGANIZATIONS KAPPAPHI Himes, YVoodward, W'ilson, Monical, Gaylord, Jones E. Brown, Wa1'd, Jenson, Reed, Plummer, Booth Black, Grii1"ith, Von Tungeln, Hefley, James, Craven, Ledbetter L. Brown, Peebler, Snapp, Powell, Weisenback, G. WVinn Von Tungeln, Smith, Van Dyke, Hassebroek, Winn, Gould, Belknap Butler, Barnes, Hanna, Stephens, Bohannon, Richards Bucker, Armor, T. VVinn, Webb, Leatherman, Cooksey 4-72 'I 1 .Z-,QL 51173, - Ah- A .f- 'A-,.-ziwff' "I, o R G A N 1 z A T 1 o N s J f WY - f H -Y ' 7 j- 'A-'--'I-H "' R .5 -is JD! fd Md ,Q I KAPPA PHI "6 ' .2 M Honorary Religious Sororitv 1 - xg ' Gradzmlvs 55 GOLDXA COOKSEY NAOMI LEACH J 'Unrlassifed MADENIX Boom 55, STUDENT MEMBERS J 4 J . 1921 'A ANNIE LAURIE VON TUNGEl.N RUBY VINCENT 4 RUTH BLACK JUANITA STEPHENS 3' BERNICE PERSONETT HAZEL BOIVIANNON MINNIE PIEBLER GLADYS Wooowfmn GRACE WINN LILLIAN WEISENEACII ,fq BERNICE GAYLORD JENNIE ARMOR . VVILLA DUvALL CARRIE SMITH Q' GLAnYs SMITH TRESSA RICHARDS 'fi VIRGIL JAMES BTI-IEL BROVVN D' Lors BEATTIE bfi I 4 1925 J A MURIEL CRAVEN VERA MoNIcI.E 3, BETTY BROWN RUTH REED , ADA NYE RUTH GOBER 3' IRENE BARNES EST!-IER HECKES HAZEL PLUMMER MARGARET BROOKS LA MARA BREWER LUCILE SNAPP TINA GAYLORD 1926 f' ELIZABETH REED ALICE BELKNAP ' K' MARGUERITE VAN DYKE MARY BARNES f' PIENRYETTA VON T UNGELN LYDIA BEEIJE E4 MURIEL WILsoN EVELYN HASSEBROEK Q? LINNIE LEDBETTER LEoNA JONES Q' HAZEL JAMES DOROTHY SPINEY ', MAXINE HEFLEY MARY BOUTELLER MILDRED MCDANIIEL GEORGIA GARLE ETHEL VVINN I H 1927 ' --' VKIOIJET GRIFFITH ' REBA GOULD , f 'HELEN BUCHER IDA JENSEN . PAULINE BUTTER RUTH JENKINS ,- RUTH VVINTN RUTH ROANE 3 ETHEL LISTER Lois GOULD ' R GLADYS GARLE FAYE WEBB J LILLIAN, HIM-ESI RUTH WARD E J NELL. HANNA VELMA SUTHERMAN 51 VVILMRA POWELL . W . , -1- . lull-I ' , ' T , '1 'Milf 1 1924 SQONER gw R'1- Q, AVN E'-- R ' I, V1 ' l T , ,W :iff , 'Q - , 473 . Ki R A ' .I lg. l I 'i IQ? 1 152 l 1? lx? sl A I Fu? l P if A nf' ' F I I :iff I3 N 1:1 ' 4 , l 4F L: w if W ligg I' P" fl 5 I ,i l ff l l Of l ,Pj P Y Qt f 4 . 27 1 V1 l 4,1 1 1 favs 1 1 l 5 5 K .'l n ,xx g. e" s' ,ie r 4 .4 Q ' T23T1"?1Qf 0 R G A N 1 z A T 1 o N s R44 E, gg' R' ' -'.-I JLVN +3-44 .1 A-A-A -W -. - " " A 'LTU 'VP -Fm In ,gli if Wil LAMBDA KAPPA SIGNIA 1533 l ,rs f lf' Jim li' ESQ 139, : lol? a fl' 1 L, .nl IX 1 lgii ,af if -5 2.3 Egg gm' -,ll ifgj ffvl Graham, Hudson, Powell, Zoeller Pharoah, Bryan, Ray, Kendall 3511 2,52 iii! liff' lifll Professional Pharmacy Sorority 4' li' Founded at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, 1914 ffqg 5711 oklahoma, 1920 :gf 1 gif ri!! ,ffl FACULTY MEMBERS DR. ALMA I. NEILL MRS. D. B. R. JOHNSON f FRED Hoon 1 7' 9 I r qv l STUDENT MEMBERS ,5, 5 1924 gif! FAYE HUDSON HAZEL BRYAN JEVVELL PHAROAH MRS. KATE COBB Y, ANNITA ZOELLER A if ' 1925 Q KATHERINE GRAHAM XDOROTHY RAY - ' 1926 XVVILMA POWELL fl fPledge. - - 5 474 J l ORGANIZATIONS LAMBDA NU G. M. DIETRIGH ROBERT AKIN HENRY BALL BELSUR BRISTOW H. D. BROWN NED BURLESON RAYMOND BRISTOW DALE CANNON TRAVIS CASH LEONARD CAREY EDGAR CHAPMAN Mathias. Hulpieu, Veutch, McDowell, Ingram, Hefiey, Stinson Cannon, Todd, Vanderpool. Cash, Grimes, Brown Lynn, Burleson, Mayberry, Hill, Morris, Carey, Perry Sroaf, Martin, Bristow, George, Dilworth, Priestley Honorary Methodist Fraternity Oklahoma, 1921 FACULTY MEMBERS H. S. RoYs STUDENT HAROLD CREVELING WILLIAM DILWORTH GLENN DONALDSON MURRAY ECHOLS VVALTER GAELE NORVILLE GEORGE DELEERT GIDEON PASCHAL GRIMES DANA HEELEY GWYNNE HILL HAROLD I'IULPIEU 475 MEMBERS GILBERT HYROOP ROBERT INGRAM ROBERT LEHEW ARTHUR LYNN EARLE MARTIN CHARLIE MATHIAS OVID MAYBERRY FRANK MORRIS LIONEL MURPHY EVERETT VEATCH HAROLD MCDOWELL WILLIAM PARKER GEORGE PERRY ORVILLE PRIESTLEY HOUSTON ROANE KIRK RICE RAYMOND SROAE HERMAN STINSON GEORGE THOMAS LAWRENCE TODD HAROLD VANDERPOOL ORGANIZATIONS -K.,-.u V-v. MU PI-II EPSILON Mitschrich, Difzler, lvlartin, Paxton, Sharp Beattie, Ince, Leftwich, Ratliff, Bailey Honorary Musical Sorority MRS. B. M. BARRY MRS. EVA DUNCAN GRACE BROWN MERLE CAMPBELL LUCILE LEFTWICH MARJORIE MARTIN ADELAIDE PAXTON RUTH INCE SUTTER HELEN BAILEY fPIedge. FACULTY MEMBERS STUDENTS Graduate MIXYBELLE DITZLER 1924 1925 EFLORENCE MITSCHRICH - ., 1 476 JEAN BELSIHER ANNA LEE HAMILTON RUTH MOORE ANNA MAY SHARP FRANCES RATLIFF fffLoIs BEATTIE EECECILIA BONIFIELD NLOUISE LITTLE EDOROTHY AYRES ibil .4-.. Qu . --v ORGANIZATIONS i E.. hx. E if ' ALI 1 H 'l Vi-F tffl Lli' 'fill !: P! :I 2129 -1-'Il :W sq' . .'K 52.4 V." .' 1 I EAI gl 1, HTA tif, life mg I lx All OIKONGMIA . 1 ,,. af' L :gf I . gg, .l l tins Belknap. Minton, YVhilc, Wolfe, Griffith, Breedlove, Moore lj. Johnson, McCormick, Peebler, Deane, Curtis, Moffett, Wolverton, Baugh gf' Smith, Rnc-kley, Stephens, Mae, Carver. Fonvielle, Proctor, Sh-Iw 'SSL Sills, Priddy, Cooper, Foster, Sharp, Owen, XVeaver, McClellan - l fi APP ff l '5v.f?.:.'.1Q l V, :i.'llILf'1f,?.LA pr . ff' I EA , ,N Honorary Home Economics Sorority Oklahoma, 1920 'X El! FACULTY MEMBERS Sy I HELEN H. HAMILL VERA I. MOORE FRANCES EVANS EDWINA HEELEY MARY M. BAIRD J, . Sf: ALUMNAE MEMBERS 4.21 MRS. LLOYD HARRIS NAOMI LEACI-I W' MEMBERS it PM BESS MCCLELLAND EDNA WHITE VIVIAN WEAVER MRS. AMBER DEANE SILLS MARJORIE SHAW PAULINE BROCKMEIER LEOLA COOPER ZEXIE GRIFFITH JOHNNXE SHARP VIRGINIA MINTON ALICE BELKNAP MRS. IONA BELLE JOHNSON ,Hg VVILLA DUVALL IRENE DEANE GLADYS HOACLAND GRACE MCCORMICK lf-ff lx MERLE PRIDDY EVA WOLEE MARY MEE DORIS NESBITT ELIZABETH FONVILLE MARION MOFFET ANNABELLE SMITH ALTI-IEA BREEDLOVE AES' DEBORAH LONG BURLA HOSKINSON MINNIE PEEBLER MRS. ANNIE PROCTOR 5 E2 MARGARET MOORE MRS. SYLVIA FOSTER MRS. B. H. RACKLEY ERDA OWEN LOUISE WILKINSON MERCEDES MOYER JUANITA STEPHENS 522, ASSOCIATIVE MEMBERS l E 5 ITEA VVOLVERTON DOROTHY BAUGH LELA WOLELIN MRS. ELLSWORTH CILLINGS 34,9 PAULINE HUEZ MRS. ALBERTA CLAY FLORENCE RUNDLE IVA CURTIS OLIVE SEARLE MARGARET NEELY CLARA MAE JOHNSTON fe' .142 BF I- f'- LM E: if- 1-i:, 75.-IWW. 1 -' ---1-V -if Y f-A W..- ----.-,. :-Pm: -1.41-.Ii E., -,E-. 1- 7 '2'wi'.il5'.h'!?1"S'W.t"S55tE?.CfIh:4AAP.::LE'ra..A'rfE.i'1Li4' lfiifli EJGCJFJE' El.. V, .. .5.gc.::'.-.4-:gL'.E2.'i':f.11'.' I . 4-77 . L. ,v,,:.e- -,.- Y..-1. - 1 ,.,-.-740 ,,,,.,1.i...H 1 41. . , E 0 R G A N I Z A T I O N s l S' IJ I "1 4-'Z 4 AI . . IFS .Q l,. v I gl 1. '4 1+ 35 S fl I l E .L A ...LL ....-......L..,E-,-.,.Nf - Ep, Fi PHI BETA PI P' l G1 AQ" I W llggqgxl ERI "iid IQILI' kgs? l' la ,- any , 5242 .1115 , . s . l X335 Long, Parks, Emanuel, Turley, Perry, Jenkins tiff, Armstrong, VVickl1am, Renfrow, Collins, Brouaugh, Roberts . , 5:55 Professional Medical Fraternity Founded at the University of Pittsburgh, 1891 Oklahoma, 1912 Membership-9,844 ' Number of Chapters-39 ,' fa! FACULTY MEMBERS LEROY LONG L. J. MOORMAN E. S. LAIN I L. A. TURLEY LEA A. RIELY D. W. GRIFFIN 3323 I GAYFREE ELLISON C. B. TAYLOR JACK GABLE " LESTER MURDOCH A. A. WILL RAY BALYEAT I R. M. HOWARD A. D. YOUNG TOM LOWRY A. W. WHITE HORACE REED DICK LOWRY Nil! R. E. LOONEY H. COULTER TODD BEN COOLEY A 'ff' WANN LANGSTON MARION ROLAND J. M. ESSENBERG i STUDENT MEMBERS 3 4.3 1924 I Lf! VV. O. ARMSTRONG KENNETH JENNINGS A. A. WALKER I. S. CALLAHAN DEAN LEMASTERS gi-,S 1925 I f LEO CAILEY I. A. NELSON L. P. SMITH D. M. BRANI-IAM SID PERRY I. J. HOOVER N LAILE NEAL J. H. ROBINSON VV. O. SMITH iff, 1926 . i S D. PERRY FRANK RENFROW MYRON BOYLSON ,114 H. PERRY ROBERT ROBERTS DALE COLLINS 5 ED. WOODS M. M. WICKHAM D. D. MOST-IER ji,- VVELBOURNE BRONAUOH ROY EMANUEL A ' I . BEN PARKS CHANCEY DOLPI-I Iijf 1927 BRUNEL PARIS COYNE CAMPBELL FRANK PATTERSON f MARVIN SADDORIS IRA BOND EARL CHESHER H1 HARRY WILKINS I. L. LEHEW, JR. '-, PLEDGES ' V H I .T- P. WOLFF NESBITT L. MILLER D. G. SMITH H.: MAURICE GORDON ARTHUR H. HANEY I F '91, ,... -... . -,,,,,,,,- Y L-:Qt . I 'R F1314 ITSCQAI-ffrwff 'fr 478 .4 1 Rr T. W -.1 ii lwfiilfmffiz-1:f,t,-lamina! o R C A N 1 z A T 1 o N s '-'fi 'H 'l?fh"-djgigijigg 23 -"-' T ' i.:ii" """""'-""- Ax?" Q-,ff fiig' 1651 ipgi kia PHI CHI ,RAI af? "A i fe ' 1555 1 if E I i Q4 ii, E i i , all gm Mig'-i 5 lx Qi A B, 4, A lib l l N TP V41 ' ' I 4 ll.. iilqll , V lay! lb 'N l Il' 1 in ig 1 F l l 'i 9 ' l l -L I l J A ll 4 A 1 '.' l Hanson, Davis, Ya-utcll, Moore, Hamby :Q B, Baird, Linzlherg, Lynch, Shaw, Henry, Connor 'qfiii if Mercer, lVild, Bohaunon, Clarkson, Thuringer 'b all 42:5 ' ., ibm? 1 i .Q If ll all , A H-za jig! Professional Medical Fraternity 1? las! Founded at University of Vermont, 1889 Membership-12,000 Number of Chapters-55 Q ' Oklahoma, 1922 lZ:Q.f,2 R R gil, FACULTY MEMBERS ,511 iii' JOSEPH M. THURINGER H. D. MOORE lx ,fri , Q? STUDENT MEMBERS fn 1924 ll ' 9' CHARLES LINDBERG 1, if 1925 M311 ii", ARTHUR HANSEN WxLL1AM VVILD I J! i lvl WENDELL MERCER l ffl, W bf ilwiqi X 1 1926 i :fi WILSON BA1RD OSCAR PYLE i ik-5 l N P4 ALWIN CLARKSON EVERETT VEATCH ,X li ' -N COLVERN HENRY EDWIN CoNNoR lp X J. R. BOHANNON WALCY HAMBY i Q9 JOHN DAVIS DWIGHT SHAW 'pa Q3 1927 1 l N E., JAMES COEN FRANK ROBERTS N 51'-I gi ' B. B. ROBERTS VVILLIAM MEYERS LEO EVANS RAYMOND SELDERS 'K A- X f:1?1Ei'3,9' Q Gif' Efcf55?'1Q'Q1" 7 QQ K WP 479 ORGANIZATIONS In PHI DELTA KAPPA 1 l A Wade, Clay, Hill, Bruce, Shultz, Who1'tOn Cook, Blakely, Roswell, Hammer, Lewis, Hatcher Professional Educational Fraternity Founded at University of Indiana, 1906 Oklahoma, 1921 FACULTY MEMBERS ELLSWORTH COLLINGS VV. VV. PHELAN GEORGE F. MILLER A FUNSTON F. GAITHER STUDENT MEMBERS BEN ARNOLD JAMES POWELL LOY COOK HOMER BRUCE VVILLIAM BLAKELY JOHN VVADE ,C..'.J-LSL fi 480 ALLEN M. RUGGLES MELBOURNE O. VVILSON JAMES SHEPHERD WILLIAM SHULTZ JOHN CLAY ASA VVHORTON CALEB HILL LEWIS VVILSON .I A . . A ,Y ,-Rv .L ..,.. '..,KeLn w I 1 I l i 1 l 3 l A . I l ,J l ORGANIZATIONS PI-II DELTA PHI Hunt, Lee, StevenSon, Kirk, Sullivan, Knight, Egolf Garrett, Howe-nstine, Potter, Bailey, Montgomery, Carey Standeven, Ashby, Grubb, Dial, Hickok, Havens Skalnik, Hatcher, Ridings, Tolbert, Lewis, Cantrell International Honorary Legal Fraternity Founded at the University of Michigan, 1869 Oklahoma, 1913 FACULTY MEMBERS JOHN B. CHEADLE VICTOR H. KULP JOHN MOSELEY DEAN JULIEN C. MONNET JOSEPH F. FRANCIS A. H. HUGCINS STUDENT MEMBERS RICHARD CLOYD ROBERT BAILEY JOHN GOODE ROY LEWIS LEONARD CAREY GENTRY LEE BRUCE POTTER CLEMENT MITCHELL C. L. MCDANIEL CHARLES HICKOK CECIL HUNT THOMAS JOHNSON CY HOVVENSTINE RUSSELL HAVENS HAROLD WATKINS PLACE MONTGOMERY BEN HATCHER WILLARD EGOLF VIRGIL STINCHCOME WAYNE BILLINGS BERT GRUBB NORTON STANDEVEN JOHN CANTRELL J. C. STEVENSON CLARENCE MORRISON NEAL SULLIVAN PLEDGES COLEMAN HZAYES ELLIS GABLE HAROLD VVILKINS RONALD JOHNSTON LEE BROWN KENNETH KIENZLE 481 EARL H. KETCHAM JAMES TOLEERT, JR. LENDON KNIGHT BERT ASHEY DARWIN KIRK HENRY DIAL CHARLES SCALNIK OTIS RIDINGS JAMES POWELL JAMES BUCHANAN FACULTY MEMBERS ' r 11'--1 ,. , ..F. . ORGANIZATIONS I Ni f 1 PHI MU ALPHA W. Moore, K. Blakely, Duncan, Boyles, C. Moore, Peters Foose, Tierney, Nix, Shackelford, M. Blakely, Deitrich Stewart, Creveling, Gardner, Patchell, Crismore, Boylan Danvers, Kidd, Harder, Mullins, Mason, Suesz Honorary Musical Fraternity FREDERICK HOLMBERG PAUL CARPENTER VVILLARD DARROW MILTON DIETERICH DONALD BRANHAM EVERT CRIsIvIoRE LAWRENCE PETERS BLOYCE BRITTON MERLE BLAKELY TED FOOSE RALPH HARDER HERMAN MULLINS KENNETH BLAKELY HAROLD CREVELING PATRICIA GIMEN0 WILLIAM G. SCHMIDT JOSEF NOLL OSCAR J. LEHRER LEWIS SALTER STUDENT MEMBERS 1924 f SAMUEL WEIDMAN ARTHUR FENN CHARLES MILNER 1925 COLBERT MOORE EDWARD PATCHELL ROLLIN BOYLES DARRELL DUNCAN JACK GARDNER 1926 GLENN MASON 1927 FAYE SHACKELFORD PAUL SHELTON 482 JOSEPH BENTON C. F. GIARD DR. J. M. THURINGER HERBERT WALL GRANVILLE TIERNEY WILLEAN MOORE GENTRY KIDD HAROLD MARIS HERSCHEI. NIX JOHN STEWART EUGENE BOYLAN HOWARD SUEsz 1' if ly. if N35 o R G A N 1 Z A T 1 0 N s PHI MU GAMMA ' I -' I -- l Y 1 2' '5 ii: YH I ITA -F. I T 1-.J ,- l 1.3, lj- , rf ai ' ' ' '3 Beard, Noble, Dick, Brazil, Hays, Stanley ' Taylor, XVeir, Carpenter, Ritter. Stundvvcn, Hollow A Goodson, Frantz, Strawn, Bennett. Gist. Beaver ,I w i v w l ci- TIE , Honorary Dramatic Sorority Q, 'i Founded at Hollins College, Virginia, 1887 NATIONAL OFFICERS IN RESIDENCE ' MRS. BERNARD LOVGREN MRs. PAUL CARPENTER FACULTY MEMBERS Miss GWENDOLYN D. MEUX STUDENT MEMBERS HELEN HAYS .JENNIE Goonsox LA VERNA STEALEY ' ROSALIND HOLLOW ZUMA W'E1R V. ELSIE GXST FAY STRAWN THELMA RITTER 6 . -I X CLARINDA HAUCK -,I HGLOUISE BEARD QTHERESA BENNETT QFROSEBBRRY CAMPBELL kPled2e. EZAZELLE DICK NQMARGARET FRANCE GRACE GEER INEZ BEVER MARY NOBLE CLARA WALTRIP ANITA TAYLOR EILEEN YOST MARGARET ALER MYRTLE BRAZIL MARY LEE JOHNMN ECATHERINE GURLEY XLORAINE COPPEDGE 483 - ,-fs.. 71 Q ORGANIZATIONS ' f ' wr 1 1, F.-4' H , V- QL.-- 4 JAR -'ln-A J w -. ' PHI TAU GAMMA S. R. HADSELL FOSTER HARRIS ROBERT CONINE Marshburn, Barnes, Harris, Conine Bunn, Woodworth, Edwards Honorary Literary Fraternity Oklahoma, 1923 FACULTY MEMBERS J. H. MARSHBURN W. S. CAMPBELL STUDENT MEMBERS 1924 LOUIE BARNES JOHN VVOODWORTH 1925 LEV EDWARDS 1926 DUDLEY BUNN 484- ORGANIZATIONS PI ZETA KAPPA Hngler, Bohannon, Mitschrich, YVallace, Shelton, Springer, Maloy Duncan, Mitchell, Von Tungeln, Floyd, Craven, Alder Cooksey, Snapp, Giezentanner, Vllhite, Brittain, Lewis, Barbour Gaylord, Stanley, Dutton, Breedlove, Hulstcd, Beasley Honorary Religious Sorority MARY DEBARDELEBEN EVORENE ALDER ALTHEA BREEDLOVE SARABETH BAREOUR ELIZABETH BALL MURIEL CRAVEN ADENA DUTTON AUBREY FLOYD BERNIECE GAYLORD MARCUERITE' GIEZENTANNER GLADYS HALSTED JULIA KELLEY HETTIE MALOY MARY MITCHELL RUTH BUSH LAURALEEN SHELTON FACULTY MEMBERS EDWINA HEELEY STUDENT MEMBERS FLORENCE MITSCHRICH RUTI-I REED W MILDRED SIDVVELL MERCEDES SLOSS LUCILE SNAPP DOROTHY SPRINGER ANNIE LAURIE VON TUNGELN HENRIETTA VON TUNGELN HELEN WALLACE EDNA WHITE MAEEL ECKSTEDT JULIA OLIPHANT ANICE BEASLEY MARGARET NEELY PLEDGES LUCY BELLE DUNCAN HELEN KEYS 485 HELEN RUTH HOLEROOK HAZEL BOHANNON VINNYB MCANALLY VVINIFRED BONHAM FANNIE BRITTAIN MATTIE STANDLEY GRACE BROWNING HELEN HAGLER DOROTHY PINKSTON CARRIE LOU SMITH ELSAE ANDREWS GOLDIE COOKSEY MRS. R. M. LEI-IEW MRS. L. S. BARTON CLARA MOORE GAIL LEWIS ORGANIZATIONS.' + SCABBARD AND BLADE Buckles, Tims, Price, Hemphill, Gibson, Darrow, Vlfadsack, R. Thompson Landsaw, Bird, Johnson, Hargis, Camp, L. Thompson, Sartaiu, Foerster Lee, Smith, Boyd, Thornton, McCollister, Robinson, Brown, Heiiey Y vii. .I . J"P'.i?fM' '.'w1A'5f' .. - F' Honorary Military Fraternity Founded at University of VViscOnsin, 1904 FACULTY MEMBERS CAPT. PARLEY D. PARKINSON CAPT. CUSTER J. VVHITLOCK A Oklahoma, 1921 CAPT- SUMNER M. SMITH RALPH THORNTON GENE REED MAX SARTAIN WILSON HAND DONNELL ROBINSON VIROIL T IMS RONALD CAMP LYNN LEE HERVEY FOERSTER JOE HEMPHILT. SAM BIRD ,TACK BOYD PHIL BLACKWELDER WALTON DARROUCH NEWMAN SMITH fPledge. STUDENT MEMBERS MAJOR CUYLER L. CLARK CAPT. A. D. VVARNOCK EARL GIBSON OAKLEY VVADSACK ROBERT LANDSAW JACK ENGLEMAN HORACE BROWN THOMAS JOHNSON LEE JOHNSON LIONEL SUTTER GEORGE BUCKLES MARK HARGIS LAWRENCE FERGUSON XROBERT PRICE QSROBERT GIVEN TRALPH THOMPSON XLANDON MCCOLLISTER ,v i - r A l ,-. gig 377 if 'I -fi O R GA N I ZA 'IA I O N s . I' nf , A '. fi' is , . , 'I . . gl, 5 SIGMA DELTA CHI fi I L . . lg? f. il' 23, bf!! ,"' 1 iff: 2 i . .'nA Di 'Q 1 , Q 3 ' . j I :E af, fel . li sg I ,. ' V li Lezithwood. Monroncy, Cate, Eberle, Belknap XVinIlIerlv, Morrison, Graham, Cannon, Tatum, Blakely Hnllznn, Priestley, Bnrtis, Nix, XVClJlJ, Bolton V' I ii I .'-A 4 :'Q .IL 1 , Z Professional journalistic Fraternity ff: Founded at De Pauw University, 1909 if ' Oklahoma, 1913 l. FACULTY MEMBERS ' T. H. BREWER C. F. GIARD ff 4 HUTION BELLAII E. D. MEACPIAB-I 1 f I W. S. CAMPBELL J. L. RADER xl b ARTHUR HALLAM LEONARD LOGAN . 4' STUDENT MEMBERS K j HAROLD BELRNAP HERSCHEL NIX Q I BUFF BURTIS ORVILLE PRIESTLEY " MERWIN EBERLE MARK TATUM 1 CARL LEATHWOOD GUY WEBB ALMER MONRONEY HARRINCTON WIMRERLY wl DON NICHOLSON BURDETTE GRAHAM ' BIRD BOLTON MARTIN CUNNINGIIAM LEO MORRISON . , I ' 487 ELLIS CANNON ROSCOE CATE MERLE BLAKELY I i1i,-,,.:--g.,,.1-n-'.--- Tffg-J ' . O R G A N 1 Z A T 1 O N S li -1-f-:i+f,f2f11f7tf:ff'1f21F?'Off.-f as , ..,L , . . y,.'. , J, Y, .., an . Vg- ALAg5,g..L.,g,L'g-Q ...Q Q. L-.- 1.1 L ,- .,, 1. 1u. lu,- ,rim Q51 I9'f.'1 .il I 10. PLT 1 '.4. ' 55 F AJ I, 4 1.41 ' 1:v iq f H1 Rf? 'C' 1 iusl, Q. if lgl VJ ll" fl. QE." 1f.' 1,, YN ll 11.1 H" 2 Vvf l L., '- 1 v'i 1, IS' If 1 .N ii. if 1 1'-l Z 1 f . 1 I lg 1 1'-,I 6, , I 1 I 1 V. 1 . I "1 i H1 1.1- 1 L SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON XVest. Durkee, Tillotson, Richards, MCNE-elv, Bale Jackson, Lee, Crockett, Swisher. McClellan Thorp, Dunvers, Francis, Gahring, Crouse N-A Honorary Geology Fraternity r 1 Founded at the University Of Kansas, 1915 Oklahoma, 1916 FACULTY MEMBERS PROP. G. E. ANDERSON DR. C. E. DECKER PROE. O. F. EVANS DR. V. E. MONNETT Ross GAHRING O. F. HEDRICK CHARLES MILNER HUBERT BALE HARRY CROCKETT GEORGE CROUSE CHARLES DAUBERT DONALD DANVERS ROBERT DURKEE GEORGE FRANCIS FLOYD KERNS Gmduales 1924 1925 1 ..1b,l.f vi. 438 PROF. FRED PADGETT DR. J. B. UMPLEBY DR. SAM VVEIDMAN DR. A. J. VVILLIAMS CARROLL SIDWELL HAROLD TILLOTSON JOE VVEST CLYDE JACKSON VVALTER MCCLELLAN ROBERT MCNEELY RAYMOND MOORE HOWARD RICHARDS VVILLIAM SWISHER PAUL THARP LYNN LEE 1 1 .Q .air if J. UG 1 ff' .I ,gn 152- 13-Q 1 39 .IFS 1 129 3: 1, fJ ,. . wi 4. VF il? 7 kg EL Air: 1 HE 1 J 1 ,312 1 le R3 1 '22 553, a "wr M1 1 Ng, :A Q55 J' 1 4. 1 W 1 it 11f 1 1. Av .QV 1 1 , I1 11? 1 E 1 lr -.hu i Zin ,1 . I 1. 'AV a.' 4 135 Qi Q. 0. fair 1? Gi 1 fi 5 1 11:5 .. fr, V F 1 1151 i E' X eff' A1 :S an .e' .U 'Iii ,,..,. 1 Q, Qi? 21 vvv OHCTHNIKZATTDIWITS In Qfvfgs , Yugi SQUARE AND COIVIPASS 9 ,Q :fa , 1 E41 54 L If W'ilson, Heckart. Grimes, Gibson, Shaw, Moorin-1' 'I ' Garrett, Lindley, Huff, YVallis Harris, Neal, Foster, Walton, Hughes, Bl'0NK'll K Masonic Fraternity 1. Founded at Vifashington and Lee University, 1917 , HOWARD HARRIS TOM GARRETI' HOWARD LINDLEY JOHN VVALLIS Oklahoma, 1923 l Q 4 lx H I I ' Q , 5. I, L ,A .l I I , r I 'W .M - Ip:- 6 I STUDENT MEMBERS ,, BRYCE FOSTER 4 CHESLEY NEAL H. D. HUGHES ELMER HUFF ' 'il I EQRYAN GIBSON 5, HORACE BROWN N 4 CAKL WILSON BEN MOORING V' ARLIE HECKART JAMES ENSEY l H4 , EDWARD MARS, HEBER HARRIS Q ' DWIGHT SHAW CONNIE VVALTON 1 'G' PAscI-IAL GRIMES 1 q i HONORARY MEMBERS -- 1 4 E. E. DALE HENRY L. MULDROW 1 g , ARTHUR E. THOMAS N ,V ., .. . .., . , ' 'f 'f' k 1 'I h- ?r5??v"fa'2d'SX?f73rVEi"fE.NY-iAb':'g1fX2lQ2131,5ClfQNE fl . -1-89 ORGANIZATIONS, S I G MAA TAU Devine, Mars, Donaldson, Schlager, Dennison, Wallace Bristow, Montgomery, Robinson, Oakes, Crouse If--,X Smith, Bathe, Thornton, Hippen, Waggoner, Schaeffer NH:-5.9 Honorary Engineering Fraternity J -Q Founded at University of Nebraska, 1904 xl 2-Kp. ,M Oklahoma, 1916 ? EDVVARD VV. MARS - Corresponding Secretary ' rv OFFICERS JOHN WALLIS .... President HUGH C. SCHAEFFER Vice President JOHN M. DEVINE . . . Treasurer NEWMAN B. SMITH Secretary ARLINGTON VVAGGONER. Historian FACULTY MEMBERS DEAN J. H. FELGAR DR. VICTOR E. MONNETT J. F. BROOKES J. C. DAVIS D. B. MORRISON O. VV. VVALTER F. G. TAPPAN R. V. JAMES, GEORGE R. MAXON L. C. LICHTY ARTHUR FENN HUGH SCHAEFFER JOHN DEVINE CLARK DENNISON ENOCH B. FERRELL STUDENT MEMBERS ARTHUR SCI-ILECHTER HAROLD THORNE ARLINGTON WAGGONER NEWMAN SMITH LILLARD MONTGOMERY EWINC SCHLAGER PERCY ROBINSON JOHN WALLIS J. D. BULLOCK RALPH HIPPEN HERBERT OAKES LAURENCE OLCOTT J. C. TURNER RALPH THORNTON EUGENE BATHE FRANCIS BOURNE WILLIAM CREEL CLYDE FERGUSON MAURICE PRESCOTT EDWARD MARS BELSUR BRISTOW GLENN DONALDSON GEORGE CROUSE PETE MARTIN L. G. SUTTER ii'- -.eg E ST. PAT S BOARD Thompson Keating Klosner Hefley gf o R G A N I Z A T 1 o N S V,-wib?".M.2'F":'5i'f1'ef'?f"21!QL l l l L l , l F 1 I , ii ' 1 1 1 il' 5 H , I' 1 ' ii Q A V 3 ' i i li ' Ra X V L ' V Q A I 5 i S l 4 , If A4 ff i an gg :V ia '3 Professional Engineering Council il f l 'T' 'T WJ: .lpn a I ' M W Q- Oiiicers and Representatives ' 151 , 4 VERLIN THOMPSON . . . President "2 LEHMAN HEFLEY, . Civil Engineering Fi qw MAURXCE PRESCOTT Electrical Engineering 'f 'X EWING SCHLAGER Mechanical Engineering -fi MILTON KEATING Chemical Engineering L PETER MARTIN . 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F lx i we cz CHQ I Y 3? 4 f 5421 N1 fl QL in is ff Y :Ae v 5141 A SEQ A i . i .-- N- -N --V - Y. if -my--Y, V ,Y Y ,YJ-W .- WV Y , lid I Z ff: W ni'-9' X -:fi il ,HAI ORGANIZATIO NS PI SIGMA ALPHA Honorary Government Fraternity Founded at the University of Texas PROF. PROF- JOHN ALLEY T. R. COLLIER J. G. GROWLEY J. M. DURRETT WILLIAM HADDAD JOHN HERVEY VERNON SUDDETH LLOYD TRUMAN S. J. VINCENT Oklahoma, 1922 FACULTY MEMBERS F. F. BLACHLY STUDENT ,MEMBERS E. H. KETCHAM PROF. Pkor. S. VV. SWENSON Anus LANHAM RAY POWELL LEE SANDEFORT Fomzssr DARROUGH GARRET LOGAN OTTO SMITH B. M. TANNER FRANK VVATSON 4-94 ORGANIZATIO N9 A TI-IE AMERICAN LEGION UNIVERSITY POST Strnurl, McCain, Detturly. Grum-rl, Buchur. Curvy IIOWL-ll, KL-mmcn-r, I'Ott1-r, I'IicI4nQk. Lindlvy Mitchell, Morsv. Evans, Fitts, Johnson OFFICERS BERT KEMMERER . ARTHUR GRUNERT . HOWARD LINDLEY . MEMBERS GEORGE STROUD JOHN E. MCCALN JOHN DETTERLY MOTT KEYS 'JOHN JOHNSON HOWARD LINDLEY KENNETH MITCHELL M. C. EVANS JOSEPH V. FITTS 495 Post Cormnander Vice-Commander . Post Adjutant ORBIE JOHNSON BILL HOWELL ELMER HUFF GEORGE BUCHER JOHN CAREY BRUCE POTTER CHARLES B. HICKOK HUGH MORSE K l,,a. ': , ORGANIZATIONS . g . un., -. . . -- -- L. K. O. T. V MASKED ENGINEERS CLUB ON the seventeenth of March at 12:01 A. M. eaeh year, seventeen dark forms glide through the shadows around the hedges bordering the campus on the east and after secret consultation the mighty roar of "old trusty" echoes out along campus and re-echoes on the frosty air. This is the signal for the fire Works and the sky is filled with hissing Hares vari-lights and sky-rockets for one hour. Thus, in appropriate manner, is the patron saint of the engineers celebrated and recognized on his anniversary. 496 i mf? .... ,, A.A., ,H.,-,.,-- ..,, .T ,--, ,., .- N J 5 ' f ' K . . V , , Y,. , . , ' x , . vu ,f ff f' X f X f f -'Sw QX wfg?A 2. QLUBQ F I v' C T ' ,--.,-Neff:-r A LLBS --,Y 1-1 ri STATE-COUNTY UNION Counts, R. Jones, Penick, West, McGrady, Ballon, Vogle Boyd, Hepburn, Bucher, M. Wilson, Trower, Wallace Standeven, Reynolds, Cannon, Page, DeWitt, McKinley, Rackley Rogers, Garland, Arbuckle, Clarke, McClellan, Thompson Voss, Cooksey, Robinson, Vernon, J, Jones, Burtis, Bellah Patchell, Mayberry, Phillips, Tua, George, Milstein C. Wilson, Garrett, Green, McColgin, Davis, Gliristian 4-98 .. ,. .V--,,,., ,,,... wg... .f.-W1 1 'ez , I . 53: ,... ,JP JT L V v F41 ,x T' iii YF .aj .F xg if 'bln' ,1, nl, sl:- . T, . W . a,,, if 51 ,Y.,. l. . IQ 5 1 1 - F i il 41 y. W 4 1 s .,,,. 'lr I . Q" ' 1,4-'I CLUBS if 5 K . V, Y ,. , . 4, , 'L ' .QV STATE-COUNTY UNION OFFICERS PIARLAN TROWER . . - . President DALTON Voss . - . Vice President CHARLES GREEN Secretary :Ind Treasurer STVDENT MEMBERS ELBERT CLARKE-Unifvn-.rily Club CLINTON DUTION-Longlmrn Club DALE CANNON-Razorbarle Club MARCUERITE AOEY-I-ldair JAMES RACRLET--.fllfalfa GEORGE DOWNINC-flloba CARRIE SMITIAI-Bmfwr LEONARD IQEYNOLDS-Bffkhfllll HAROLD COOKSEY-Blllilltf CLYDE CLACK-Bryan JOHN ROGERS-Caddo E. J. SMITH-Canadian ID.-XVID BUCHER-Carler DAVID MILSTEIN-C001 THOMPSON REID-CfIPI'0kl?6' EDNA MCCRADY-Cla-vrlami CARL XR7ILSON-Cl1UCft14'hU BASCUM PIPPINLCOIIHIIZCAE JOHN PAGE-Colton IRVIN X7OGELLC1'dig SEEE CHRISTIAN-Cffflf ALVIN MEACPIAM-Cujfff DURWOOD ROBINSON-Drla-ware HUGH JONES-Dvfwcy E. C. JOHNS-Ellis DALE AREUCKLE-Garfield' EDITH MCKINLEY-Gl'HHf EDWARD PATCHELL-Garfvin DALTON Voss-Grady L. A. MCALISTER-Gl'6Ef JACK BELLAH-ILIZZVIIZOIZ WARREN PHILLIPS-Hdfpff EUGENE 'WEST-Haskell ALVIN RIVES-Hughes JAMES PENNICK-Jarkron DAVE PHILLIPS-Jeff:-ron JACK BOYD-J0f17Z5f07Z A. T. BRETT-Kay SAM SCOTT-Ki7lgfSh?T 4 JAMES JONES-Kiofwa G EORCE B ROCKETT-Lafi ni rr EDVVIX GrXRRE'l1'-LKFl0ft' MARGARET VV1LSON'LiIlC0l7l HOMER DURE1'I'1l,0ffHH IDEVVEY WALDEN-Lo-Dr JAMES LINDLEY-Major JOE MAYES--Mayfs XVILLIE DEYVITT-lWrCurlain LEE VERNON-Murray BUFF BUR'1'IS-Murkogrr BORDAN VVALLACE-McClain JOHN BELL-Mclnrnrb HUGH NEAL-Marxhall E. D. DUNACAN-Noblf LEE THOMPSON-Na-wata GLENN I'IiXRTFORD1Ok1Hfl07l1H J. L. HEPBURN-Ok7l1ZLfgEE BIRD BOLTON-Osage DICK JONES-Olefuslu-E TED RUSSEL-Otlafwa EDWIN KELLEY-Pafwnfe .TACK MONTGOMERY-Payne BERT TUA-Piftsburg FRANK FULLER-Pmztofoc STERLING DAVIS-Porta-waionzie DON VVASSON-Puxfznzalalza OVID MAYBERRY-Rogfrs VVAYNE MCCOLGIN-ROQKI' llflills ELzA CUMMINCS-Seminole LEO MCCLELLAN-Stnpbem GLENN MASON-TEJCHS CLAUDE COUNTS-Tillman NORTON STANDEVEN-Tulsa BEN MOORING-IVHUONEI' LEV EDWARDS-Warhita R. C. LANNON-Warbingion CHESTER DUNCAN-lV00d5 DALE KINNEE--Wfmdlwarri 99 CLUBS PICK AND HAMMER CLUB First Sem eyter Ross GAHRING HUBERT BALE FLOYD SWINDELL JOHN AMOS HUBERT BALE LAWRENCE BARTELL ROBERT BATES HERBERT BEARDMORE HILLIS BELL FRANCIS BICKEL C. J. BOLLINGER CLIFFORD BYRON RONALD CAMP M. J. CARPENTER ED. CATRON BILL CLARK LEROY CHAPMAN HARRY CROCKETT GEORGE CROUSE CHARLES DAUBERT ROBERT DURKEE JACK BNGLEMAN EDMUND ESTERGREN HAROLD FARLEY J. K. FASKEN JOHN FINK GEORGE FRANCIS JAMES FORD GIBBS GEOLOGY STUDENTS CLUB OFFICERS President . Vice President . Secy.-Treas. STUDENT MEMBERS R. J. GIVEN B. L. GRAHAM CECIL CROSS JAKE HAAS FOSTER HARRIS OLEY HEDRICK JAMES HENRY JAMES HOCKMAN MARRY HOOVER HAROLD JENKINS FLOYD KEARNS GENTRY KIDD FRANK KITTREDGE MOSES KORNEELD GEORGE KURTZ LYNN LEE M. VV. LUDINGTON M. E. LYSTER M. M. NIERSI-ION HERSCHEL MCNEES JESS MCMURTREY ROBERT MCNEELY J. C. MILLER CHARLES NIILNER DR. VICTOR MONNETT EARL MOORE 500 Scrorzd Semester RAYMOND MOORE HAROLD TILLOTSON M. E. LYSTER RAYMOND MOORE M. A. NEAL MALCOLM. PADEN EDVVARD PATCHELL GORDON QUILTER JOE ROLE MAX SARTAIN HERBERT SCHAFER C. VV. SHANNON T. O. D. SHELTON FLOYD SWINDELL VV. Z. SWISHER GEORGE SPIVEY ALBERT TARVER HAROLD TILLOTSON VERGIL TIMS DR. J. B. UMPLEBY EDWIN USTERNIK HAROLD VANDERPOOL ARLINGTON WAGGONNER JAM ES VVATERS DR. SAMUEL WEIDMAN JOE VVEST VVILLIAM VVILCOXSON LLEVVELLYN WOLEE Y Y -V," -D Y' ,. ya 1 1 . ' ' C L U B s "f wr., -. -1, M., . 4 rt .. Y. ,, w. ' ,ig 53- 355 ' A tg- ll J V' 4- .- 1i 'Qf, i? - A5 , rg, ' . 1 Hag? f' 5 ' xg'-Q-" ' YA" :Dip px' ,H 4' ". f' .422 -1"'-giwfil' -b W-vm : 'F ., ..Q1.v',f . uf.: -41: - , LW c -.g,.:- . ... I an .Lf ,,, P ' 5-all vf. , -xg' 1 ,-if , 2 f 1-1 :fl- xq-':Q'2"f'- f""U? 'Q --W " , , . :Ivan n 1 -,.,,,L v .-, v W .jx - Aw- .QL , Q '-F , - L' ,ij 'I I ,X , -- -H .,., , I.. - 472 L. - ,,,X fp -I wrfma- -' V gm 'eg ' f . 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' f , .i5I.:-g.g:,..v.l-,dwg - 501 CLUBS , BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY CLUB BUSINESS STUDENTS CLUB Giisso, McDowell, Hogge, Gildemaester, Boyd, McCOlgin, Shafer, Thompson, Holil, Tierney, Moore Page Blaney, Conard, Willis, Jones King, Burleson, Ingle, McClure, Sidwell, Hughes, Frye, Hood, Wickman, Stir1SOI1, ,Mi11er, R21Ck19Y Duvall, Haddad, Young, Kahle, Banks, Trower, Goddard, McGeehee, Byers, Hmkle, Petty OFFICERS COLBERT MOORE . GRANVILLE TIERNEY VELMA GODDARD TOWNSEND MCCLURE JOSEPH ASHTON MAHLON BANKS D. E. BOOTH RALPH BOHANNON EUGENE BOYLAN JAMES BURLESON DALE CANNON TRAVIS CASH LEO CONRAD JACK DAWSON R. R. DUVALL ROBERT FLEET TED FOOSE VICTOR FRY ELMER GANN IRVIN GIEZENTANNER VELMA GODDARD PHILLIP GREEN STUDENT MEMBERS VVALRER GRISSO GEORGE HOHL J. A. HOOD LEO HUGHES GLENN HARTFORD FRED HATCHER HENRY HINKLE KELLY JOHNSON OTHO JONES FLOYD LACEY HARRELL LEE GLEN MASON JO MASON LOUIS MCCARTER TOWNSEND MCCLURE MARY MCGEHEE HAROLD MCDOWELL 502 President ice President Secretary Treasurer RALPH MILLER JOHN PAGE EDWARD PATCHELL R. H. PATTERSON EDWARD PETTY JAMES RACKLEY T. R. REED VERNON SHAFER VVALTER SNELL HERMAN STINSON LLOYD STORY GRANVILLE TIERNEY HARLAN TROWER HERSCHEL UNDERHILL DALTON Voss JEFF WARD GLADYS WOODWARD MURRAY WOMACK CLUBS BLUE CURTAIN CLUB DRA MATIC CLUB JENNIE Goonsox . LA VERNA STEALEI' . MISS MARIE ANDERSON HELEN HAYES SUE HAILEY VIRGIL JAMES ALBERTA GUTHRIE EVORENE ALDER RUBY VINCENT Gist, Vincent, Trosper. Bevor, James, Goodson, Bene-field, Stenley Hays, Jacobs, Milste-in, Moore, Green, Geer, Alder OFFICERS FACULTY MISS HOPE BUXTON MISS IDA KIRK MEMBERS FAYE STRAWN REGGIE GREEN DAVID MILSTEIN CORNELIA MOORE KATHERINE BENEFIELD EDITH JACOBS ELSIE GIST 503 Secretary President -Treasurer MRS. IZOLA HARRISON LEAH TROSPER LOUISE BEARD HELEN WALLACE ZAZELLE DICK ANITAX TAYLOR RUTH GOBER CLUBS SCHOLIA CLUB EDUCATION STUDENTS CLUB OFFICERS LOY COOK .... . President C. L. HILL . . . Vice President HELEN VINCENT . Secretary and Treasurer FACULTY MEMBERS DR. W. W. PHELAN PROE. M. O. WILSON DR. E. COLLINGS MARY DE BARDELEEEN DR. G. F. MILLER REV. B. N. LOVGREN DR. A. M. RUGGLES ELSAE ANDREWS OLIVE DAVIDSON HOMER BRUCE RUTH STANFORD FLORA MCLAUGPILIN MYRTLE ROGERS LOLLXS LONG WILLIAM CURRY LULU STOVALL A. L. JACKSON JOSIE KING INA KING MARYSUE THOMAS MILES HUMMER STUDENT MEMBERS A. M. WHORTEN GRACE BARNARD BESSE LAIRD MIRIAM KERNODLE NANNIE MILLER SALOME SMITH BONNIE CRUMP HARRY FOSTER CALEB HILL CHARLES ATHERTON WILLIAM BLARELY LEOLA PATTON CLEO BUTCHER NORVII. GEORGE 504 VERNA VVHEAT VIVIAN TALLEY CLAUDE THOMPSON MELLISA SPEER ETHELLE PHILLIPS IENNIE ARMOR TRESSA RICHARDS LILY ROBERTS G. B. BIENGE TYREE WOODSON CHARLES SELZER W. A. FRANKLIN C. O. MOORE ETHEL MOORE 1: an 1 1.1 f, . 4 , l 5 .- I I' 4 7 ,-,.. I V I: i LQ I 21 1 J'-.Hr . I '-I Qi! H ,IJ -Sli. Q. r :ny . ri? 1,1 Iafi S I-3 , Af I 'few 53, I 'fl 515 I I IS Sl" 3.7 i Iv II I nil 1 jf! J 5, I ' -1 bf! I 'lfl 'J M Sf iii! ' .Ng I gn .,vF'Y I I,-,Z i 4-9 gi N Q' I ri nf. 2,7 gg., gl I tge I 1- f if - I R, I Yu' J Ili L I , . Ii, , I ,, e I I I , I 'I I I . I-It-'Q I I . . ., I, 1.. 2 " "ff, CLUBS n,...4 .f ,. CUBSl CLUB JOURNALISM STUDENTS CLUB '11 f ?' Hodges, Beard, McCalla, XV. YVebb, Guthrey, Fink, Ingram, Shelburne, Eberle Davis, Garber, Wewerka, Hall, Silvey, Whitten, Kornfeld, Cute, Walls Leathwood, Cannon, Paden, Laughbaum, Plummer, Ray, VVard, Hill, Cromwell Burleson, Bacon, Kniseley, J. Webb, Byers, Blakely, Ford, Burtis, Bolton Nix, Bunn, Hutchens, Cook, Wa5', Bell, Trower, Clack OFFICERS BILL HODGES - . . . President HERSCHEL Nix . Vice President MILDRED KLEINSCHMIDT . . Treasurer LOUISE VVEWERKA ..... Secretary STUDENT MEMBERS STERLING DAVIS DUDLEY BUNN GORDEN KEYS DOROTHY LONG GRAYDON LAUGHBAUM BETTY KIRK SONNY BOLTON HARLAN TROWER MARTIN CUNNINGI-IAM WILLIAM BACON LEO MORRISON JACK BELL DOROTHY LEE BROWN RUTH GARBER LOUISE BEARD RENE HOMMES KERMIT SHELBURNE BETTY FORD GLADYS TEMPLE :HELEN MCCALLA THELMA SMITH LOIS WEEE THELBA HALL LOY COOK AUDRAY WARD BILLIE WEEE MATTYE WILSON LEV EDWARDS DALE AREUCKLE LYDIA HAAG AUDREY WALLS BUEE BURTIS CLYDE CLACK GORDON GUTHREY ROBERT INGRAM RAY ROMERMAN ARCHER FULLINGIM HAZEL PLUMMER STELLA REINHARDT BERTI-IA DOWNING DOROTHY BETTES DALE CANNON MACK HUTCHENS JEROME BYERS MOSES KORNFELD GARVIN SACKETT CLARENCE PADEN yer ,rw 505 MARJORIE BURR BILL CUNNINGHAM JAMES BURLESON RUTH GILBERT PUILLA HILL Jo WHITTEN THELMA PHELP5 HENRY BALL CURTIS HUEE RICHARD CROMWELL CECIL FLEER MARION FOSTER BERT KEMMERER CHARLES FAIR ELIZABETH BUCKERIDGE I -fIlr-. W- ,, - , , ,, A-r. r .e'i3f-i,SiJF'-,- C L U B S l-Mrk ,Ti .E ' ve . if ."'t!,-'31, ji.-. 4 lea, -..,..e - ,.,.,w.-.., -- f - A - RAZOR BACK CLUB ARKANSAS STUDENTS CLUB Bard, Eidson, Aubrey, Burkhead, Stauss, A. Proctor Carney, Hill, Monro, Cannon, Hammer, R. Norris, McLachlan Garrett, Bracht, Paton, Lee, O. Norris, Bruce Chapman, Manning, H. Proctor, Hawkins, Dale, Waggoner OFFICERS DALE CANNON - . . OLIVER NORRIS LAKE WOOD . HARRY WILRINS .... - . STUDENT MEMBERS ROBBIE AUEREY, Lockesburg BERTA GIBBONS, El Dorado HOMER BRUCE, Sidney LEWIS HALL, Dardanelle B. VV. BURKHEAD, Lockesburg BERNARD HAMMER, Fort Smith ROBERT CAMPBELL, Garner COY HAWRINS, Prescott DALE CANNON, Lockesburg MARY HILL, Nashville WILLIAM CARNEY, Rudy JOHN JOHNSON, Sulphur Springs ROBERT CHAPMAN, Oden KATHLEEN LEE, Mena THOMAS CONNALLY, Mena ELLEN LAUCK, Mena ALBERTA DALE, West Helena JOHN MCCAIN, Russellville MAYME DANSBY, Fort Smith HARVEY MCCOY, Mena HATTIE DUTY, Rogers BILL MOLACHLAN, Fort Smith HUGI-I EDMONDSON, Maysville FRANKE MANNING, Booneville DELONE EIDSON, Booneville HUGH MONRO, Fort Smith BOBILLEE FINLEY, Cove DORIS NESBITT, Clarksville JOHN GARDNER, Mena OLIVER NORRIS, Mena ED. GARRETT, Fort Smith RUTH NORRIS, Mena ..1, 506 . President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer BERNICE PATON, Mena RUEL PARK, Mena ANNIE PROCTOR, Whitener JAMES SMYTHE, Fort Smith FRANK STAUSS, Booneville ROBERT SULLIVAN, DeQueen ARLINGTON WAGGONER, Amity HAROLD vWATKINs, Mount Ida MAURINE WELCH, Fort Smith HARRY WILRINS, Mena BEATRICE WOOD, Marshall BLANCHE WOOD, Marshall EVELYN WOOD, Marshall LAKE WOOD, Mena BOB VVHITE, Paris A 1, - I ,i'1..-1x . DUCKS' CLUB SVVIMMING CLUB l UBS ' ra. ,. L, T: Wilsolz, Risinger, Haig, Ventress, McCall, Ashcruft, Trudgeon, Temple, Vlllieatley, Moore Hill, Connor, Bonebrnke, Redding, Keith, Crukcr, Fnglu, Wiuusley, Lewis, Newblock FACULTY MEMBERS IMA JAM ES STELLA REDDING STUDENT MEMBERS RosALIE BARKSDALE CLARA BONEBRAKE PAULINE EDWARDS LYDIA HAAG VVILMA KEITH MXLDRED KLEINSCHMIDT MARTHEL MAYES LUCILLE MOORE MARY NOBLE LUCILLE MCMILLAN CORA PARSLEY ELIZABETH REED EDNA STUARD HAZEL STOUGH NELL TRUSTY JUDITI-I VIRGIN TERESA WAMSLEY FIDELIA WHEATLEY DOROTHY BROWN MARY HlI,I, I V. .l. 507 FLORENCE GRUMICH CRYSTAL RXSINGER LULA MILLER VIRGINIA STEPHENS GOLDIE TRUDGEON LUIS RUMSEY NELLIE AsHcRAIfT ELIZABETH CANSLER MARY CROMWELL ELEANOR CRACKER VIRGINIA FOGLE MARY TEMPLE CARD CLARK THEIL CONNOR LORAINE COPPEDGE VELMA MANNESS EVELYN LEWIS DOROTHY MCCALI, ALINE HOEEELD EDITH NEVVBLOCK LOUISE VENTRESS CLUB E 5 ,LJ ,. MENORAH SOCIETY L.. ,E Urbansky, Milstein, Kirchener, Keller, Gladstein Lederman, B. Bloom, R. Bloom, Swartz, Byers, Glassman Angleman, Korufeld, Byers, Merson, Keilau JEROME BYERS DAVID MILSTEIN BERTHA BLOOM EDITH JACOBS . LOUIS ANGLEMAN BERTHA BLOOM FRANCES BRIDGE SADIE BODOVITZ ADELINE BYERS ROSE DORN ANNA FINE: LOUISE FINK ALFRED GLADSTEIN FANNIE GLASSMAN FRANK JANKOWSKY FACULTY MEMBER DR. N. A. COURT OFFICERS STUDENT MEMBERS EDITI-I JACOBS CHARLES KEILIN HAROLD KELLER DOROTHY KELLER MORRIE KIRSCHNER MOSES KORNFELD HYMEN KESSLER SARRAH LEDERMAN MILTON MAY JOE MERSON 508 Vice President President Secretary Treasurer MARK MARKOVITZ DAVID MILESTEIN W. B. Rl-IEINHEIMER LAWRENCE ROBINSON PAULINE ROTHEAUM EMANUEL SCHOBNWALD HENRY SURECK NETTIE SCHWARTZ A. J. URBANSKY MARGARET DISSAUER BLANOHE BROWN T , C vr' L STUDENT PREACHERS' CLUB Marlin, Sc-lmolvr, Bull, Eppcrsnn, Cullen, Long N Ullllllillll, Russell, llmul. .Xln-xamclcr, rfmilh, Xnllvy OFFICERS DONALD ScHooLER . - . . . President T. A. TRIPP . . . Vice President VV. L. OLIPHAXT Secretary and Treasurer J. F. RUSSELL . . . . Reporrer NEWTON PEAKE VIRGIL ALEXANDER NORVIL GEORGE Loy LONG HUGH JONES HENRY BALL VIRGIL NALLEY EARL MARTIN STUDENT MEMBERS 509 'WILLIAM Ecl-1oLs J. L. SANDLIN RALPH Hoon A. L. JACKSON EARL SMITH LEROY EPPERSON JOHN WHITNEY PAUL CULLEN ,. -, .. . ,.. C L U B S nf." "W P' Q I . r ' '11 1 DEVIL DOGS UPPER CLASS PEP CLUB .xv , .5511 Peng Hodbes Martin, Green, Evans, R. Green, NVilsOn, Bell, E. Thompson, Mclntire, Mayberry, Stinson McElroy Canahl Kornfeld, McColgin, George, Bruce, Davis, Green, Ingram, Bohanau, Harris, McCombs Wolfe, Cannon, Cook, Irby, P. Green, Adams, Shelburne, Pryze, Counts KERMIT SHELBURNE Loy E. COOK . C. C. COUNTS - CECIL CI-IATMAN HERMAN STINSON . ZACHARIE PRYZE OFFICERS DOGS MAA ADAMS VERNON AUTREY STEVE BAECOCK I- W. BELL RALPH BOHANAN HOWARD BRUCE HENRY CARR VVILLARD CARTLIDGE DALE CANNON JULIUS CANAHL SMITH CROXDALE STERLING DAVIS LEO DENSMORE MARK EVANS DON EVANS B. M. FREY N. L. GEORGE G. S. GOBER PAUL GREEN ROY GREEN VVM. GREEN REGINALD GREENE FOSTER HARRIS TED HODGES ROBERT INGRAM J. P. IRBY FRANK KITTREDGE 510 . Supreme Mastiff . Little MaStiH License Clerk Lap Dog Police Dog Big Howl MOSES KORNFELD D. LEMASTER EARLE MARTIN CLARENCE MCELROY R. L. MCINTIRE VVAYNE MCCOLGIN OVID MAYBERRY CHESLEY MORGAN GEORGE PERRY C. A. STOLDT E. THOMPSON CARL WILSON F. H. WOLFE MEMBERS CLUBS ATI-IENAEAN LITERARY SOCIETY Iuhnsun, I'I:lIlII:Id. II. L':II'I', IV. Gibson. l22lIH'IN'lC, HI'I1ll4-H. Bvlislv, Swinde Cainnun, Curvy. XYilkinsun, XY:IlI:II'I2, R. Cniw-y. Gund:-, Buvlioi' Huufi, Bnrh-sun, G. Cill'l'. Tlmlnpsnii. li. liihsnix, Marlin LEE JOHNSON . FLOYD SWINDELI. ARTHUR GRUXEIl'I' JOE THOMPSON C. C. VVILKIXSOX DALE CANNON . DAVID BUCHER BLOYCE BRIITON H. N. BURLESON SANFORD BABCOCR BENNICE CAREY GORDON CARR DALE CANNON JOHN DETERLY LAWRENCE FERGUSON ARTHUR GRUNERT W. W. GIBSON JOHN GOODE W. B. GIBSON OFFICERS . President Vice President - Secretary Treasurer Chairman Program Committee J. I. GIBSON SAM HADDAD ROBERT HARRIS ELMO HESTER JAKE HAAS LOUIS COX CECIL HUNT LEE JOHNSON BERT KEMMEREIQ CLYDE MOORE O. B. MARTIN JOE MCCALL HOWARD MORSE J. E. MCCAIN 511 Publicity Manager ORVA PECR TRUMAN RUCRER ROBERT STEPHENS COLBERT STEPHENS HERBERT SCOTT HERMAN STINSON FLOYD SWINDELL EMMETT THOMPSON JOE THOMPSON C. C. VVILKINSON LEON WEIB ELVIN BULLARD V IA- X -f- f 7 :fi "L: J " .pil -l C L U B S fi TFL ' 7 LL -S-DLE .U 4. - .,,.-ii4,L,-- K ..,'g..J 'b'Li4 ""2""" ' "'!- 'E 155 BX 'I CONGRESS LITERARY SOCIETY :js -4 51 - ' 553. X, , X .I -. ff '-r Y I- 1 I . . .Fl 1 J .I ri ll ' A :gli T 553 I 4? I :Jig TL? I I T2 1 Y . , .gf 3-fel RQ. A ff. UQ? iff.-5 1 R' ' N ' R.- I Pg , xp. , . L' "- ' 1 If? sv. 1 .nl x, N fp., ,gg Ali! I I -A J I Q. 4. X nb.. Inf I if: Q, ' If i KL! . .ES Lg. . .if - A .'-i L -1: . ,I it ' ff' fi 2,2 I 'i ljkj' I ' 1- ,l I . W 71 ", -- I I I. I . ij! I Q' I 7 . , , , F, R gf' . 3 A - Y W ' . ' I I Brittain, Priebe, Anderson, Thompson, Green 'jl 7' F ' Cullen, Moussa, Vizard ' , P 'I Dragoo, Christian, Anderson, Montgomery, Hatcher '1 J- !. 5. -' OFFICERS T"- .yfyr I 'Q' lg Lf, Q Firxt Smrzestfr ' QU L CHARLES A. FAIR ..... ' . President JACK NEAL . . . Vice-President 1.1 ,X LEE B. THOMPSON . . . Secretary ig fit BEN MOORINO . . . Treasurer Af ORVILLE PRIESTLEY .... . Critic ij: Second Semester 4 'Q LEE B. THOMPSON ..... . President ki FINIS M. WALKER . . Vice-President BEN MOORINC . . . Secretary J PERSON E. VVOODALL . . Treasurer 'lk X lx MILES C. HUMMER ..... . Critic 5. ff, W FACULTY MEMBERS I Q: 1 iff: I DR. E. E. DALE J. K. HORNER JOSHUA B. LEE "' A, 1, Q-2 I ACTIVE MEMBERS -, I Ml: R. V. ANDERSON CLAUDE COUNTS LINER FAIR ORVILLE PRESTLEY i -A LOUIS ANGLEMAN JOHN CAMERON JAMES GOWDY MARCELLUS PRIEBE '-.,' L J LOUIS ATHERTON DAMON CORBIN MILES HUMMER HENRY ROACH T - HOLMES BALDRIDCE CHARLES CORNWALL MORRIE KIRSCHNER BRYAN STEPHENS A ' JEROME BYERS EDVVIN DUPREE TED LEE GEORGE SPRABERRY IJ ARDATH BLAIR QUINN DICKASON ANNICE MOUSSA ROYCE SAVAGE ' I VVILLARD BELL R. C. DRACOO REVIS MAYNARD BERT T UA T' 5 ' JAKE CUNNINGHAM EDWIN DAWSON FRED MCWHORTER LEE THOMPSON I .M ' HAROLD COOKSEY RALPH ELLINGER JOE MERSON PERSON WOODALL ' 1' PAUL CULLEN ALBERT FULLERTON CLARENCE MCELROY FRANK VVATSON SEBE CHRISTIAN CHARLES FAIR JACK NEAL ' FINIS M. WALKER fi? 1' INACTIVE MEMBERS 'fi I VVALTER BARNES RECINALD GREEN M. D. KIRK BEN MOORINC -E If 5 I BOE BRENNEN BEN HATCHER PLACE MONTGOMERY BRADFORD REISINGER ij HAROLD GARDNER RALPH THOMPSON A- A- me A L L CELL.- LL: EE.-'P.:"F7i.' , 512 .V.- . , ' i I, , I-9. ' A. . . . . . .- .'1-4q.:-"Jaw ,bww-E-.- - -- - Y--U H- f gf - 4a-,. ...L 7-1-f,EL.,.,.Ax i :sfr.c:a.,f2'fz-:Aa-M C L U B S I wg-.5 - A EURODELPI-IIAN LITERARY SOCIETY Bennett, James. Bonifield, Norvell, Walters Burney, Rives, Watson, Plummer Minton, Pugh, Browning, VValker, Brazil MARIO SHAW - GRACE BROWNING CECILIA BONIEIELD . HAZEL JAMES . . THERESA BENNETT CECILIA BONII-'IELD KATHLEEN BOWDEN GRACE BROWNING GERALDINE BURNEY RUTH CROW HATTIE DOTY ELIZABETH FETHERSTON MARIAN FOSTER VIRGIL JAMES HAZEL JAMES - . x e -fc-K Rf-, I frflf-'L-gf-'-'EIQE - ff H A . President Vice President . Secretary Treasurer LORRAINE KNOWLES KATIE LIGHT VIRGINIA MINTON MARQUETVIE PUGH BILLIE REEVES GRACE ScHooNovER MARIO SHAW BLANCHE SHIELDS HELEN SNIDER LUCILE WALTER HELEN WATSON LUB s , II.. -, , 'I "1 1 f FORUM LITERARY SOCIETY LQ Sehooler, Cook, Petty, Lannom, Moyer Vogle, Atherton, McDowell, Rockley, Bunn Edwards, Oliphant, Joyce, Conard OFFICERS IRVIN VOGEL . . . - . President W. L. OLIPHANT Vice President R. C. LANNOM . . Secretary EDWARD PETTY . Treasurer RAYMOND BERRY Parliamentarian G. F. WILL Sergeant-at-Arms DUDLEY BUNN . . . Publicity Manager MEMBERS LEIGHTON AVERY M. PARMENTER HARDIN BALLARD J. C. RYAN JACK BELL LESTER SMITH JOHN BLANTON DONALD SCHOOLER LEE BROWN CHARLES SELZER I. L. COOK JOHN VVHITNEY LEV EDWARDS FRED PASSMORE JIM FLEMING C. V. ATHERTON JOHN FLEET H. K. MCDOWELL JOHN FINK R. V. ROGERS VV. H. GAMBILL JAMES RACKLEY RALPH HARDER W. S. HORTON BERNARD HAMMER L. E. MARTIN VANCIL JOYCE W. A. FRANKLIN GENTRY LEE W. M. WILCOXSON PIARRELL LEE LEO CONARD LOY LONG CHESTER COLE N. S. MILLER DICK ROGERS L. E. MOYER CHARLES VVESNER S14 iw L ' ., I JI Y qi 1 ' E A .f . ,.,:w,' C I, ,. 5 I MELETANIAN LITERARY SOCIETY HELEN H:XCLER . CATHERINE HARRIS RUTH ANN BUSH RUTH ANN BUSH JEANETTE BAREOUR SARAH BARBOUR YVUKOLA GILBERT VELMA GODDARD STELLA FORTIER TIELEN HAGLER BESSIE MOREMAN MARIE PI-IELPS VIRGINIA LYNN LAURA STEELE RACHAEL STEELE OFFICERS MEMBERS AGNES WILLIAMS 515 President Secretary Treasurer LILLIAN WEISENBAUGH OLIVE SULLINS NELLIE ASHCRAFT CATHERINE HARRIS NELLIE TEMPLE HELEN SPRINGER MAUDIE STACY JENNIE JONES JOE HUGHEY MARJORIE GREY THELMA CHAMPION BESSIE LEIERER LUBS PHILOLOGIAN LITERARY SOCIETY Jacobs, Wi1ke1'sOn, Rumsey, Spivey, Dial, Beasley, Jones Lederman, R. Bloom, Bodovitz, Pressley, Bohannon, Byers, B. Bloom EDYTHE IAEOBS . SADIE BODOVITZ HAZEL BOHANNON BERTHA BLOOM LUCILLE MOORE ANICE BEASLEY BERTHA BLOOM REBECCA BLOOM SADIE BODOVITZ HAZEL ROSE B01-IANNON ISABELLE CLARK GLADYS DIAL ELIZA GAFFNEY KATIIERINE GURLEY MARY HAILEY EDYTHE JACOBS LEONA JONES OFFICERS Chairman MEMBERS MAXINE VVOODWORTH 516 . President Vice President . Secretary . . Treasurer Program Committee ELIZABETH CRAMER MARJORIE LONG LUCILLE IVIOORE LAHOMA PAINE DOROTHY PRESTLY TKHELMA RITTER Lois RUMSEY DOROTHY SPIVEY HELENA STONE PAULINE VVILKINSON MARGARET WILSON RACHEL VVILSON I ,F , ' 'T' 1' C L II 15 S f .,.,.., I, I .4 PIERIAN LITERARY SOCIETY Bailey, Plmlvn. Lytel, Jones, Trac-Gy XV:II'd, Admins, Baird, XVPblm, Andrews, Vincent, Yun Dyke, Mason, Zobisch Cash, Giezcntaxnner, Lvwis, Fees, Sr-lmidv, Robinson, Silvcy, XVyzItt, Thomason, Aubrey, Bowman, FOX Alder, Km-tz, Belcher. Dooley, Floyd, Dnwney, Cooksey, Brown IAUBREY FLOYD RUBY VINCENT GRACE GEEK . GOLDIA COORSEY MA RY KRE'I'Z - FLORENCE ADAMS LILIAN DOOLEY ELSIE ANDREWS ALICE AUBREY HELEN BAILEY JETTIE BAIRD MATTIE BELCHER OPAL BOWMAN BESSIE BROWN JOYCE BURT STELLA CASH GOLDIA COOKSEY NADINE DOWNEY AUBREY MAY FLOYD BERNICE GAYLORD OFFICERS . . Chairman Progra INACTIVE MEMBERS MARY FOX ESTI-IUR HARLBUT HELEN RUMPLE ACTIVE MEMBERS GRACE GEER MARGUERITE GIEZ EMILY HEss LILIAN HINES DOROTHY HORTON BESS LAIRD . President Vice President Treasurer Secretary m Committee MERCEDES SLOSS GLADYS THOMPSON KATHLEE SAINT ENTANNER VELMA LEATHERMAN ZALIA LILL KATHERINE LYTLE ANN MORRISON PAULINE MASON ARRIETTA ROEINSO 517 N N MABEL SCHIEDE MILDRED SILVEY HPXZEL STOUGH ISABELLE THOMPSON LEAH TROSPER MARGUERITE VAN DYKE RUBY RUTH VINCENT RUTH WARD FAY WEBB JENNIE WHALEN GWENDOLYN WYATT ALMA ZOBISCH CLUBS +I WEBSTERIAN LITERARY SOCIETY YLOIOOI-IOI'cl. Mathias, Cullen, Voss, Long. Nulley, Copnss, Van Meter, Huddleston, Sroaf Perry, Uuderlxill, Boyd, Jqnes, Moss, Anglin, Blevins, BOIIRIIIIIOII, Stephens, Clift, Lawrence, .Tones Hugge. Grisso, Dow, Smith, McCOmbs, White, George, Hatchett ROBERT ANGLIN RUSSELL HOGGE OTHO JONES IRGIL NALLEY RAYMOND SROAF L HERSCHEL UNDERHILL ROBERT ANGLIN HENRY BALL RALPH BOHANNON JACK BOYD JACK BRADLEY CHARLES CLII-T JACK COPASS HARRY CROSTON CLARK CLINTON JAMES DOW VICTOR FRYE NORVIL GEORGE ISHAM GOINS CHARLES GREEN WALKER GRISSO OFFICERS President . Vice President Secretary and Treasurer MEMBERS LEON HAMRICK RAYMOND HAMRICK JOHN HERVEY FRED HATCHETT RUSSELL HOGGE BERT HUDDLESTON ROBERT INGRAM WILLIAM JONES OTHO JONES HARRY LAWRENCE HOLLIS LONG MASSEY MCCOMBS VICTOR MCCLAIN EARL MAR1'IN AUBREY MOSES 518 Critic Parliamentarian Sergeant-at-Arms CHARLES Moss JAMES MILLER CHARLEY MATHIAS VIRGIL NALLEY FARRIS ODEN RUEL PARK GEORGE PERRY FLOYD RUTHERFORD RAYMOND SROAF ROTHWELL STEPHENS LLOYD STORY PAUL TALLEY HERSCHEL UNDERHILL ALBERT VAN METER DALTON Voss --Y - - 'x - -- "-"l is fi - s'.f:1'I-term' In mmmfafmfsm-I U WQIL f1,jffU X ,:..,:.. Y --Y "T Y- I-y 5 iq I ll ZETALETHEAN LITERARY SOCIETY l . Kock Butfiington, Lewis. Reynolds Brewen. Hill, Rlliil9l'f0l'd B1'fldbll1'j'. Wewerkn, Holcombe, Thomas LOUISE WEWERKA HETTIE MALLOY LUCY BABCOCK RUTH KOCH DOROTHY BUFFINGTON GAII. LEWIS GARNET REYNOLDS MABLE BREWEN MARY ANN HILL LUCY BABCOCK . President . Vice President Secreta ry-Treasurer ADELINE RUTHERFORD LOUISE BRADBURY LOUISE WEWERKA MURIEL HOLCOMBE ALTA THOMAS HETTIE MALLOY F4 3 64' we ff I I D 'E i i I iff? I rx' ' I ' Ii 'fa .SJ If RE . if N E39 if ga K5 1:7 fi!! If-E M If I Q .1 9 IT gy, if ,,, 79 iv 15 Z3 Pr ' .44 J' Af :il '55 c ff i Ii "Q tj i I fi I I LL ,I I L .. IL., 5-f.:': vmvmai-EWEEQQWQEQN' ",Fsv.z1j92 -1 S Q01-I E Q 9232 519 ...I--.-.ip -f 4-11:-11:1 I r -I 's -5 Q C L U B S 'I RIQLI '-'U-Q fA.f'V'.f?Q:-jl'Xs'?1 ' Ag. ,I 4.. . 1. 'IA , I---. I ' I 'I --A -- -V - -jg, I S""""""""""" :.., .. .I ....... - ,.- -....,.,,. 9:1 MUSKOGEE COUNTY CLUB Carl, Wilke1'son, Rosser, Pierson, Meredith Tierney, Fast, Bartleson, Slaghter, Joss, Laughney Floyd, Sickles, Cate, Mann, Cooper, Egolf Greene, Fink, Burtis, Slayter, Bohannon, Childers BUFF BURTIS . GRANVILLE TIERNEY KATHERINE FAST RAY BOWER . LUTHER BOHANNON JACK MANN LORENA SICKLES NAT SLAIGHTER BUEF BURTIS FRANK BARTLESON BILLY COOPER VVILKINSON PHILLIP GREEN EDWARD LOUGHNEY JOHN FLOYD JOHN PIERSON MARY lVlERl'DI'I'lI OFFICERS MEMBERS I 1- fl.: 520 II . President Vice President . Treasurer Secretary KATHERINE FAST VVILLARD EGOLF EARL ANTHIS LOUISE ROSSER FRANCILE CARL JOHN FINK LAUREL CHILDERS ROscoE CATE, JR. GRANVILLE TIEIQNEY KATHERINE Joss JOHNNIE CARROLL OSCAR BASS MIXURICE ,HARPER I . I II III II I I I -I II II iiI R' I Q I 155 I fy' 1 I HQ 34 I I It I 33 5 I in I 3.3. I Q2 I I I ESI II?,I :II I6 ,Si fm I . QI. I . le' I ,341 "f :I ' I,.II, I I :M sI .I,, -,,. I 1 QI 3' R' II Y , ,pe I MI I 11? I -.Rf . 56' ,A I IIII In :EW TLA I R55 Av - 95: I ,, I sf I Il ,I If- I all I Nt? I Y-I .x, IA I .QI I 3 I-TIE I E1-II I., I :J I ,Lf I r I SGI I t ,J I ,. E- .. E+ I 5.51 I ,3-I I. I-I I II' M I 31 I fd ' .ji ffl I I-QI if I .4 I IA, IQ' I? I HSI EZ, A Q 'V Io, I 1 rj -..V -- -rw I I . Xa I ' I I I If I L- AI-I .EJ C L U B s COTTON COUNTY CLUB O, l 0 MCN1-vs. All'l'hlllHl, Smith, V, llullf li. .l:iCksun, AlY0l'l'lSllll, li. lluIl', li, .lzivksuii Leo, Slinsrm. Pago, ll:-nklv, Alaiir, R, Spum-or Gross, Hollis, G, Alnir, l". Page, W. Spviirrei' IACKSON COUNTY CLUB Smith, Roberts, Reid, Clarkson, MCNVll0l'lCI', Knseer, Eley, E. Balrrett, XValke1' Penick, V. XVhite, Bessie Vllebb, E. VVhite, M. Milliken, C. Butchee, L. Milliken, Henderson YVl1ite, Russell, Bailey, Bland, XV. XVebl1, C. B:u'1'ett, Boone S21 C L U is s ALFALFA COUNTY CLUB Hockman, Rackley, Brown, McDaniel, Polsbon, Woodall Hood, Belcher, Woodward. Johnson, Couch, Rackley Collins, D. Gould, R. Gould, Couch. Pearce, McCollum FIDDLER'S CLUB Baird, Dieterieh, Carpenter Hassebrock, Whalen, Palmer, Stephens, Darrow, Noe Prater, W'ood, Smika, Gibson, Erwin, Guthrie, Mitchell Ward, Rogers, Springer, Sharp, Bailey, Paxton r 522 C L U B S HARPER BAR llullt. Vuliivygi-N, ll 11sr ml, fll'llll4'l'l, lfxlim- liruwyi, Blurw. M4-l'l:iin. Shultz, Mcliunzie, Fuslur OFFICERS ARCIIIE FOSTER . . . . . Chief justice RICHARD SIIL'l.'rx Vice Chief justice JOE BROXVX . . . Bziilifl XVILFORD MORSE -..... Clerk S'1'LIDEN'1' MEMBERS VICTOR MCCLAIN CLYDE lVlILES C'EcII. HUNT RICH.-XRD SIiLvL'rz TOBBIE MCKENZIE Morr Kms VVILFORD lVl0RSE MERLE EXLIXE JOE BROWN ARTHUR GRUNERT FRED MLIRCIIISON IACK RADIORD W7ALTER COMEGYS ARCIIIE FOSTER BLACKSTONE BAR Edwards, L'IG2lCl11l1U, Sronf, Mooring, Johnson, Green, Orton Hayes, Muhatiey, Lindley, Pendleton, Hepburn, Bucher OFFICERS DICK PENDLETON . . . . Chief justice REGINALD GREEN . Associate justice BEN MOORING . . . . . Clerk ALVIN MEACHAM . .... Bailiff MEMBERS LEVERETI' EDWARDS BEN MOORING IIOBART ORION ALVXN MEACHAM J. RONALD JOHNSON COLEMAN HAYES RAYMOND SROAF REGOIE GREEN ROY MAHAFFEX' DAVID BUCHER 523 HOWARD LINDLEY RICHARD PENDLETON JAMES HEPEURN pAqIw v-v' 1' H 1 s T 0 R Y is Hia-2-ff xfr 1 g s N...-nA. 9 I . x 'P ' I l : We-,:::if..,,,,.,, ::,yg1?.5Q,i,yQ.xl M., ,. Cf' . set , V :" ' V ..,...,. ' ' 5 OKLAI-IOlVIA'S HISTORY , 4 ' CHAPTER VII I AND last the city dweller with his many storied buildings crowding thick on either side of broad, clean streets. Of verdant parks, of blazing lights and roaring traffic too and busy marts of commerce every- where. Toiling both soon and late to make his dreams come- true. Pushing straight on to reach his goal headless of 'x ? 42 2, ' e H 1" 1 x 4 diihculties and of hindrances until a great and thriving city stands revealed and he if may pause to cry: "Behold what I have , , Q1 done thus far and still my dream IS not yet y '. i realized, my work is just begun."' 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" ,P ' I ' ,A ffl 1 ,I I 1,6 II II II ! - II. I . I','5,I. I . Z I r I ,E I. I 1 1, L1 If 4 C'g.I': 'ri' -: I ff ' jg", " Q : II ' I4 I Y f ' f "' " ' ' X I if I . 'f'.'??"' 'fkl' 11" 1. .3-'Y 0' ' xii W 6 ' Q 11 ' ' N ' - 5.:a'... R ' 521-K1 IW We-1 ,Q ,,. 'N '- ' N 4" ., 3,-414 in .., IIA I -,. 5- Iip ff.III 'II I II- -1.-ggi,-II f- ., I 1 -'H 13' - 3522211 4 I :gy i::f.E:' gg RAZZ 527 RAZZ WE REFUSE T0 APOLOGIZE WHEN young David rode into the spacious banquet hall of that mighty potentate King Darius, and crowned him with a golden brick, he scoffed at those who brought him into Court, shouting gleefully, "I owe no one an apology." And he got away with it. That is how we of the Feature Section feel. Realizing the inherent call that lies smouldering Within the soul of every student for a savor of that which is forbidden, We have en- deavored to select for your approval choice bits of Hagrant transgressions as manipulated by various members of our be- loved student body, and to present them to you in such a manner as to mean nothing unless so construed as to mean something. Realizing the necessity of being with you again next year we were forced to suppress much which poured into our ofhce. But even at that We often found our typewriter smok- ing under the barrage of alleged foul ones which drifted by the censor. However, we can truthfully assert at no time did We refer to "Whizz Bang" or the "VVhirlwind" for material, or resort to theuse of ice packs for our machine. Justice and an equal distribution of thrusts was our big Watchword. Personal malice or disfavor did not enter into the selection of a single jib or jiblet. If you were lucky enough to be mentioned in this section it was because your act came under the personal observation of some member of the staff. If you failed to register, next year make it a point to get acquainted with the staff members. To Q. B. Davis, the members of Zeta Bigma, and a few other campus nutables, we Wish to express our appreciation for aid and inspiration offered. lWay you derive the same sense of satisfaction from this as permeated Anthony's soul when stand- ing upon the banks of the Rubicon he saw reflected the dim form of Cleo against the window shade and exclaimed, "The die is cast, tonight Will hide no mysteries from me." THE FEATURE EDITORS. 523 w RAZZ Hubert Duglasl, Lawrence Ferguson. Jack Horner, Arthur Hallam, Doctor.Dale Ralph Thompson, Douglas McMurry, Pete Hammert. Clmucey Dolph, Mike Monroney Wilfo1'cl Morse, I-Iarrington Wimbe1'l5', Bob Yoder, Dixie Gilmer, Obie Bristow Red Lindley, Firpo, John Detterlv, Dick Caldwell Levi Edwards, Red Cash, Jack Moore, Ed Cntron, Gordon Carr Dale Cannon, Bert Kemmerer, C. C. XVilkinson, Chebie Graham, Jack Gopass 529 R A Z Z ALPHA CHI OMEGA SEVEN little girls taking music lessons back in 1885, on the harpischord, had a perfect lesson one day. Their teacher was so shocked by the unwonted outburst of energy that she donated each pupil with a goofy looking little pin shaped like a harp to show folks that they had had Z1 good music lesson. Thus it was, back in 1885, at Depauw University that the first girls pro- claimed and admitted themselves "lyres-" They have been at it ever since. The badge is, naturally, an overdressed harp, with strings attached, but several persons are positive that the wearers can not strike a tune on the thing. Therefore it is more or less im- practical ornamentation. Their favorite song is a parody on the Beta's "Shoot the Loving Cup Around," their excuse being that a pink and blue boy helped them get started in the beginning. On the local campus we have noticed no monstrous feeling of kinship between the Alpha Chis and their snobbish Hbrothersl' the Betas. VVith the closing of the Norman laundry, the local chapter accepted a traveling represen- tative's bargain price and another queer looking pin was hauled from the jewelry case. Since the coming of Phi Mu, Alpha Omicron Pi and Chi Omega, Alpha Chi has had considerable competition in rushing, but threatens to outlive this if Bon Tolbert will ever put his pin on Mary Noble so they can use it for talking points. Famous members of the society include ...... The SOONER has been attempting to trace the rumor that two Alpha Chis were seen at the student council dance yesterday, but has been unable to verify the report. House valuation is enormous and includes a camaflouged ladder which serves as a trellis in the daytime. No vines are ever planted so that they will interfere with the climbing of the girls. Two swings on a dark porch include the rest of the fraternity assets. ALPHA GAMMA DELTA THE BADGE of this order brings to mind the intimate details of the origin of the sorority. The pin is shaped somewhat like a Christmas tree- The story centers around Santa Claus bringing a national distribution of china dolls with sawdust stufhngs to the twenty-seven Alpha Gam chapters. The event is celebrated in September but the fathers of the girls send the Christmas trees now. The local chapter leaped to fame when they moved next door to the Phi Psi house and caused the Phi Psis to stand S5100 more amonth rent rather than lose the thrills that come once in a bed- time. The Alpha Gams have been very fortunate in having a house mother who was absent minded in locking the door, hence the great popularity of the house. Dances and other forms of gaudy entertainment feature the rush season for the Alpha Gams. Jerry Burney is the pride and joy of the club. She acquired fame when she conquered Ed Short, CLuellls brotherj and was able to stay out of the cellar for another year. Another of their famous members is little Nellie Norvell, sweetheart of George Cobb, the university's superman. Together these two give exhibitions of the fine points in ballroom dancing at any student council. Mayme Jean is the great unsolved mystery for everyone. Even the Alpha Gams are unable to tell what she pledged for, not knowing at that time she would be so near james Fitzgerald, with whom she gives prestige by calling over the phone. House valuation second only to the Gymnasium and similar to it in interior finish. ALPHA OMICRON PI ' A. O. PI, founded back in the nineteenth century somewhere, looked upon the State of Oklahoma as expansion material for the hrst time in 1924. It proceeded to found a chapter there. That budding chapter, blushing in all its bloom of youth, gave a tea, and became an accepted fact. Looking about frantically for some purpose in the founding of the order back in the nineteenth century, A. O. Pi hit upon the "Back to Naturell movement, and bent all its energies in that direction. The pledge pin of the order is a sheaf of wheat, symbolizing the great worth of the girl underneath, not only to the organization but to the entire country. "VVe need more farmers" is the motto of the club. The color is cardinal, taken from the bird of that name, well-known to nature lovers. The Hower is the jacqueminot rose. Roses in general are popular as sorority flowers, but not this kind. The selection of this flower is symbolic of the club's deep love of nature resulting in greater knowledge, especially of roses. Oklahoma welcomes A. O. Pi with outstretched arms and trusts that it will not be disappointed in the State and town-as material for nature study, human and otherwise. As examples we offer the River and the College Shop. 530 Q ,,.i........ , ,.... . . - -1- ' r L-nt el' ,, W. v,. Q :tj oz gn .L by li", ti- -. 5. Zr f .fi 'Y 1' ' re :P A 1 ! .ti Z ti il 3 eq V. 'Ei g-5 1 jf hr 5 zi- , 5 Li' T it L5 ai Tri, 1 f 5? 17,7 ,, l-3 .f f Q t-it ' , :Q 1, Vt Ill. LDV. Q 4 -r 4 it ,r,Sx,.,ffE.u.ip ,xg ,gait-Ctwv. li R A Z Z ,fi Q , 1 ., , ,,i.,,,,,d....,,.. .. hw v .,, l A-.,..., W , . , 1 ' ' x7 I". X i ,. no U X 'gff qooliiffiii' SQCZERQN nfs 3,-. BY ACCLAM.-XTIOX the feature editors of the 192+ Sooxek awarded the oHfrce of Supreme Horse is to K. C. Shelbourne, Ex-Supreme Mastiff of the Ex-Devil Dogs. In the insert, reposing in its natural position may be detected by the close observer the fancy silver mounted emblem which is ,if the badge of the ohice of Supreme Horse. its The SOONER has set a precedent when start-ing this department and our fondest hopes are f , that it may continue and thrive. Present indications on the campus seem very favorable. 553 SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON :gg Colors: Black and Blue 'Lit THIS organization, which the membership humorously call their fraternity, was discovered at ' , the University of Alabama in 1910. lt is tlxoutzht that it had existed since 1856, but no one had ever heard of it before that time. The chief Roaring Lion from the Den of 'Tiberius escaped from the Zoo in Oklahoma City and hence the local chapter. Two of the older Sig Alphs if CEpsilons, not Musj whose younger brothers have incidentally joined other fraternities on the campus, cleaned-up in a dice game and built their mansion. The pin has an individualistic 3.1 shape, only 90,000 nationals and 50,499 locals having the same shaped badge. True the fraternity stands, a monument to the past, when Kappa Alphas were even good. This order maintained a temporary comeback when they got john Cantrell in on the Burlesque, Q, so that they could hush up a lot of dirt on the brothers. Their assets include the Johnson family, x ,V Ed Leahy's Osage oil royalty, a reputation of being good "several years agof' and a bowery -if dance once a year at which the members revert to type. aj, May come UD again if Dick Cloyd ever leaves Soonerland. Song, "Violets, Emblem of Frater- nity," the emblem being the only semblance of fraternal love ever shown. ,, atom ,,.i.A,.- 5 .ata ,D v sf-- .. - 113,75-1'f"f.r' 'eg-Z-t-l"4-we.'f.-Jrfffif f ' 1372: if 'C if if 531 l R A Z Z fl 'if V' Tm F--'F . it ". ALPHA XI DELTA THE ORGANIZATION of Alpha Xi Delta was founded late in the sorority game with the intention of capitalizing on the good grades that a lot of non-sorority girls had that would have won the inter-sorority cup. They slipped up on the sorority cup this year, however, when two girls rated dates in November and the club never recovered from the shock until final examinations were over. The pin of the society is a quill pen, signifying willingness to write themes for any gullible freshmen who would be willing to ask for a date. Thus far the pen is unused. The pledge pin is black, signifying social suicide to all the neophytes. The little students, unused to any- thing else in high school life, however, accept the fate with a complacency that marked the ancient stoic and the modern Devil Dog. The Hower of the sorority is the pink rose. It has been suggested that modesty only kept the founders from making it the American beauty. Alpha Xi Delta is as strong in Oklahoma City as the Kappas are. The new house has been fitted up comfortably with burglar alarms so that if a man ever gets near to the house he will be sure to be entertained. The lights are turned on and off at 10:30 each night just as if some of the girls were out. Two girls contemplate going into the College Shop some day in the near future. The crest has two squirrels pushing hard on either side of a shield-shaped affair. The upper half contains three foot tracks of some animal imprinted on itg the lower part is an ocean with, above, a quill being used as a sail, and, below, a sword sinking into the depths, and a fish swimming complacently here and there. Fraternity publication-Encyclopedia Britannica. ALPHA PHI TI-IIs ORDER was founded by a group of clinging vines at Syracuse University in 1872. The pledge pin is tangible evidence of the ivy-vine characteristics of the noble perpetrators, being an actual reproduction of an ivy leaf. The initiated sisters of the "Awful Flea" sorority are proclaimed to the outsider by a dignified, yea severe, bulk of gold, shaped into the letters Alpha and Phi fthe latter pronounced to rhyme with bee, knee, she, etc.l A crest has never been adopted by the order, but as most fraternal organizations possess one or more crests, the Alpha Phis are not to be outdone, and are actually contemplating the design- The local chapter was founded as a scholarship society, but later changed over to social standing. They have dropped the scholastic part of their origin but have not yet acquired the social standing. Fearing that the girls rushed by Kappa Kappa Gamma, Pi Beta Phi and Kappa Alpha Theta would turn out to be duds anyway, they don't even make dates with them. Famous members of the chapter are Ruth Heckler, Mary's sister, Call Alpha Phi sisters don't pledge Kappaj who manages to get out more than the rest of the sistersg Olga Sledge, who knocks the boys dead on the first date and returns with a fraternity pin and thirty-nine strong girls in the chapter. Copying after Zeta Bigma this order struck out after great numbers and now has succeeded in almost rivaling K, K. G. House valuation and popularity declined when they lost their convenient location next door to the Phi Psi boys. BETA THETA PI ONE of the so-called Miami Triad the Wooglins prove that the average college students will try anything. Since 1839 the Betas have infested many of the more careless American colleges and universities. Perhaps no fraternity has impressed the conntry yokel so much as this organization, judging from its membership. The Betas, because General Crowder hasn't much of a chin, claim him as a brother. The Beta Theta Pi fraternity after an unsuccessful attempt to establish a chapter in the Taft Oklahoma High School slipped up on the University of Oklahoma and built a house on the corner opposite the S. A. M. boys. The mansion resembles the chapter house at Sing Sing and frequently it is mistaken for the county jail. The crest of this order was cut from a checker board and patched over the lance corporal's chevron on which rest three stars indicating the guards that watch over the little "Wooglins" in the Sing Sing chapter. Surmounting the crest is a beast that careful research reveals to be a cross between a garbage hound with the distemper and a buzzard, hence the name 'fVVooglin." Beneath the crest is strung out a roll of nondescript paper on which is inscribed what seemed to be the word "Yipe," symbolizing the Beta attitude after their usual defeats in basketball or politics. Among some of the more or less prominent "VVooglins" are: VValter Baker, james Taggert, Fred Murchison, Bell Dewey, Jean Niullendore and Barney Google. P. S. The Betas also have a pin. 532 .i ii ,Q I'- I- 'S 'Y ks .I .tl .il ,. 7. JI '71 'IZ l I lc, -L, , iff ,H -.F I r A. i ,. .ki .gi I 4 a . sf ?', If! ,Nl I 11 , ' I '- fm .fr :Tl ' .I I ,'.+ 35 1 341 MJ ,H f. .- .U 'I 13.51 l ilir l .23 va fl .4 J, 5 .I fi v L fn -QV- fx f R A Z z ALLAMEWCAN Co-ED .ELEVEN AS SELECTED BY p ED KERRNGAN, Svoat EO OF IQ,-1. THE NORMAN SANSNRW. LY .Qt-W M-Qlfmme ARD 006939 if I i l -ff s -h1L Leahy, end, is fast and aggressive, never misses anything coming her way. Interference her main line. Kincaid as running mate is rangy and covers lots of territory. Very hard to get around. Campbell light for tackle but selected because of uncanny ability to locate and hold man. Never lets one slip thru her HAND. Pollard finished game early in season, but made one sure tackle. Both Taylor and Brown have weight behind attack, so furnish guard material. Due to long walks Brown has world of endurance. Billingsley easily topped all competition for center. True as an arrow in passing, a veteran of four seasons, remains center of attraction. Backed by husky frame which makes her hard to handle. Fast, Captain attracted international fame as a freshman. Although LINE defense is poor, her side stepping ability Qlearned at numerous student councilsj, makes her an elusive half. Dansby, as left half, is fastest member of squad. Does not keep training hours very well. Goodson very active at Full despite weight. Represents husky type of player who is impossible to stop when once started. 9' SIGMA NU THIS order was started in the back of a saloon by a group of drunken cadets with the deliriumq tremens from the Virginia Military Institute. Considering their sin they promptly sobered up, denounced their faith to the new born fraternity and joined the Kappa Alpha CSouthernl. Sigma Nu was established in the University of Oklahoma shortly after the national ofhcers discovered that a chapter of Beta Theta Pi existed here, the supposition being that O. U. would stand for anything. Many illustrious men have emerged from the Delta Upsilon chapter. It is significant that none of them remained for long, owing to the distaste of the faculty of the University for 'fblack jack," and "down the river." The pin as well as the crest is made prominent by the serpent and crossed swords. The serpent will call to mind the scene enacted in the back of the saloon. The crossed swords and crowns were thrown in with the serpent in order to distinguish it from an ordinary snake. Among some of the more prominent members of the order are: Q. B. Davis of Lawton, Duncan of Norman, Carl McAdams, well known social worker, and Dixie Gilmer, basketball ace and bridge hound. The Sigma Nus also have an orchestra, whose only redeeming quality is that they occasionally leave town. I 533 R A Z Z CHI OMEGA THIS order was founded by a group of mountaineer women in the Ozark regions of Arkansas, presumably to make some bond of civilization with the outer world. Failing in this because only Aggie schools wanted chapters of the Collegiate Rebecca society, they turned their attention to competing with Dr. Gritlin. Dr. Grifhn is ahead because the ones graduated from his institution show some improvement mentally. The badge of the so-called fraternity is a letter X, the mark of the founders who could not write their names reclining on a horseshoe. Since that time they have had a peculiar affection for men of the equine variety. CSee horse collar page.j The horseshoe was intended to give them good luck but they have failed in this. tSee Oklahoma chapter roll.j One of the nice things about the Chi Omegas is that they still retain the native brogue of Arkansas and talk like the Fijis. fSee Ethel McAlpine's famous speech: "Penrood, heve yu jilted me."j Here all fraternity men are treated kindly, except Delta Pies and Kappa Epsilums are 'treated the most. Mrs. Nance, house mamma, treats the Beta boys nicely. Famous members: Mary McKinney, president of Blue Pencil, Rene Hommes, self-appointed mascot of Phi Gamma Delta and Sigma Nu, and Nesbitt Miller, worthy patron of the society. Bert Kemmerer's girl is also a member of this society. DELTA DELTA DELTA THIS honorary agricultural sorority was founded by Isaac VValton's daughter. Isaac had such luck in spearing fish, that the daughter tried the trident and almost got a man. The Tri Delts are still trying the trident. After years of entertainment to boulevard window watchers, the Delta sisters moved out into the country to give their girls that country atmosphere that they were so used to. Since that time the girls have realized that a long walk home is the only way to successfully defeat the purpose of the anti-car rule. Since their removal from the town, only the Delta Taus are willing to stand the walk. The Deltas are glad they haven't been hopping clods all day as is their custom when home. One of the innovations in the new Tri Delt house, located the first door to the west of the stiff house, is that they have an upstairs cellar, a great aid in keeping the girls buxom and healthy. Another advantage in living out from town is that you can always play on the campus and can tell Uncle Ben Clay that you're a Tri Delt just going home. Famous members include Karo Klark, who admits she always had her way with men until she met the sheik-like Obie and Sidg Lahoma Pain, the perfect specimen of a high school de- butanteg Dorothy Lee Brown, the local Elinore Glynn, and Jimmie Farrar, who is celebrating her eighty-first birthday with a party for her freshmen lovers soon. Fraternity publication-Farm and Fireside. DELTA GAMMA THE ORGANIZATION known as Delta Gamma has been termed at various intervals the boatl club, but because the territory the Boyd street ark sails over is wet only in spots, the epitaph has been largely abandoned. The pin still remains, however, the anchor, and may be likened to a tishhook, or any piece cf metal similar in appearance and use. The colors, bronze pink and blue, show a rather brazen desire to ape the Betas in the baby stuff. The crest consists of a shield with three stars surrounding the Greek letters Delta Gamma, the whole topped by a peculiar skeleton-like effect that might be taken by the casual observer for a loving cup. Beneath the shield are the Greek letters T. D. H. standing for Touch Me Not-Don't-Hands Off. Any member of the organization is willing to explain that the ultra modern cubist effect in the air above the club's living quarters is a chimney. Also that College Shop after a dance is a pastime and not a serious activity. A casual observer wonders if there is any connection between the Anchor Hotel on Grand Avenue, Oklahoma City, and 207 VVest Boyd, Norman. Upon the discovery of this hotel the order was called before the sorority Pan-Hellenic "It Pays to Advertise'l club Cin operation publicly only during Rushj on the charge of unfair advertising. Since this most unfortunate incident the organization has been forced to contend, much to their disgust, that there is nothing in a name. 534 RAZZ Y 4 M' e .f Q fzpfz f 8 Eg viiiiaa 9 gif S, x?ijQa?5EQ,3,,, A r 1 , U Ml ev terse . is ef i G ' ll-'C I etl lb pill ii H+ f , A"SY ,i 4V9Q i S , 2 9 G55 1' f, Q T t i t in W ff . K A ' Q0 ' ' 1 e ' it . t x ,A ' ' 'gg X E l 3 is B'UeW'1ANNe2'.N. ' C as V SPMNS Plfd5"'5 3 ' O 0 M u-'her r s 13 e K J VVilliam Shakespeare, Alexander Pope and John Dryden were recognized in their time as the leading literary lights. None of the three, however, made 'iBlue Pencil," the rival miscel- laneous organization of Zeta Bigma. Alexander the Great, King Darius, and Daniel were Zeta Bigmas and the closest research does not reveal any connection of these three with the "Blue Pencil." However, King Darius is reported as having something to do with a Golden Pencil. "Blue Pencil," honorary ten dollar organization, will be more exclusive henceforth, is the latest rumor on the campus. It will possibly be limited to English speaking students. SIGMA CHI THIS organization was founded in the Enid home for the Feeble minded, the Greek letters Sigma Chi signifying Simple Children. The Oklahoma chapter has aptly lived up to its ritual- istic teaching. The local chapter was conceived in a moment of carelessness and has since continued to worry the Sigma Chis from other chapters. It is a living example of what .1 chapter can do and still keep its charter which evidently has been lost or would have been jerked long prior to this time. Neal Sullivan, prince of the local chapter, is responsible for the wonderful reputation that the organization enjoys. Ed Catron and Hubert Douglas, who made the order after three and a half years of continuous rushing, run a close second to the likeable Neal. Despite the three members of Sigma Chi on the board of regents and the assault of President Lester E. Smith, the school song is "Boomer Sooner" and has not yet been changed to "Sweetheart of Sigma Chif' The latest triumph of Sigma Chi was achieved at the Tri Delt dance. Only two members of the order were kicked out of school as a result of the party. Local rules will prohibit brothers from taking examinations or from attending sorority parties henceforth. This was necessary in order to finish the school year with five members still in the chapter. 535 , ef-Q, l 'ul' ,..q. R A z z ' or . V 'HRK 1 GAMMA PHI BETA THIS SOCIETY was founded November 11, 1874, at Milwaukee, to propagate the slogan, 'fHelp make Milwaukee famousfl Their Missouri chapter was awarded the Silver Stein this year for the most effective work. The crest of the order consists in an irregular shield surmounted by an incense burner. The left half of the shield bears three stalks of corn, the right half an open Bible above 71 crescent moon. The inference is that it is a national ideal to hold the effect of the Bible above the effect of moonlight. The fiower, the carnation, was chosen with an eye to the future. Banquet tables can be stacked high with the w. k. posy and yet not represent too great an expenditure of money. Gamma Phi wives also, in years to come, can point to the flower on a can of Carnation Milk and assure themselves that they are raising their children the right way. The local organization has recently moved into their new rushing argument on Boyd street. This new home is built for comfort and convenience by having rope ladders extending from each room, for those unselhsh ones who just can't turn down a date, no matter how late, and with a back stairs going to and from the cellar for the comfort of the other half of the chapter. Not long ago a gang of Asp avenue maraudiers venturing outside their own territory, mis- took the English style for VVestern, and the piano leg for a fence post. They have since discovered their error. Gamma Phi Beta can boast three marriages this year, a distinction that no other sorority can claim. Some others can boast two, but not three. It has been prophesied by some one or two catty sorority girls that Chick Parker will be sorry some day that he ever married a Gamma Phi when he has to tell the story of "The Cow" every night for a bedtime story. KAPPA ALPHA This alleged fraternity for alleged southern gentlemen was founded by Anheuser Busch and the Haig Brothers long before anyone knew what it was all about. Despite the invasions made on their regular activity by the enactment of the Prohibition amendment, the fraternity has managed to struggle along. While it ranks with the sectional fraternities which are strong in the east, north, etc., the Kappa Alphas are strong in the breath. The badge is modeled after a Budweiser sign and in order not to lose any of the symbolism of the order, the crest remains about the same, with the exception of an armoured hand of a policeman holding a meat ax surmounting all. The motto, 'Tor God and Women," means "For God's sake help us get over with them," in the parlance of the modern college youth. Kappa Alpha was founded on the campus of the Oklahoma University before anyone else got on the ground, hence several distinguished men. Among these are included Gordon Carr, ex-Y. M. C. A. worker fby dayl, Pee Wee Walker, no relation to Iohnnyg Jack Collins, briefly, and Doc Fulton, the originator and inventor of the portable Choc-ice box for Ford Coupes and wearer of the largest fraternity badge on the campus, the badge being suspended from his left shoulder by means of a block and tackle and held in place by a special brace around his waist. House valuation: Nine second hand tooth brushes and S50 in empty bottles. Brass foot-rails in every room. Bditor's Note: A more complete history of this organization can be found in the fourth of july number of the National Brewers Association magazine. KAPPA ALPHA THETA KAPPA ALPHA THETA was founded in Greencastle, Indiana, by two daughters of a Phi Gam, Beta, or any other organization that has three stars somewhere on their shield or pin. Qualifications for membership are: To be rich, or from a good family and richg to be six feet tall, broad minded, and richg to come from Oklahoma City, Okmulgee, or some place else, and be rich, or to have been bid by Kappa Kappa Gamma, pledged by Pi Beta Phi, and rich. The pin is the kite and is symbolic of the height that the chin must be carried upon obtaining membership. It also suggests dizziness that some of its members reach when offered a fraternity pin. The local chapter was originally founded to give nightly entertainments for the Phi Gams, but since the latter's education has been completed and they moved, they are now concentrating on their new slogan, "Twelve Phi Delt pins in the house by June-" Lucile Letson and Betty Davis head the list, snaring two beautiful Phi Delt pins with Cadillac guards. The club's social climax of the year occurred when Elinor Kincaid acted as society editor of the Oklahoma Daily and obtained one item-to wit, the engineer's tea to be given in her honor. Each year so many girls must be taken from Norman in order that some of the sisters may have a place to go for the night when doublingdating Sig Alphs for Sigma Chis. This year Betty Kirk harbors Natalie Broach and Lillian Trapp on the week-ends for this purpose. The shield of the order is vcry symbolic. At the bottom is a mask denoting the way their faces would look if not for the help of the Drug Stores and Betty Davis, knowledge of make-up. In the center are nine raisins, taken from a recipe given them by a friend in Sigma Chi. At the top is a chain of square links. The square resembles the heads of the officers, and the links signify the attitude towards their neighbors across the street. S36 RAZZ XQXX 'fy ISU TL xx g' -Fqwoun D TH E: Ova x. Enom ToTr-sa FARM Movnmem' M Jon-an DETTERLY Ano '11 u C cor-67 Does Tn-ze. FLEA HOP 537 orzNCRusHs2 RAZZ KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA THIS is an honorary good time sorority, founded for numerous reasons only. The pin, a key, was handed down from the founders when the Key to Muskogee was presented to a state convention of Kamelia. Since that time the Key has been presented to even larger numbers as witnessed by the fall lists each year. Not all of them are material for Kamelia for the Klux sisters are more particular than Kappa Kap Pajama. VVhen it was discovered that no other house could possibly hold the numbers, they constructed their own house, built on the latest model tenement ideas so that it can accommodate members up to 25,000 without cramping. The Greek letters on the pin stand for Keep 'em Koming Good. It is against the house rules for any girl to play a boy for anything except a good time. Diplomacy is the doctrine of the order and courtesy Qthat is, Kappa courtesyj is extended to everyone, numbers is the big object. Kappa type includes anything that wears dresses and has the cash to put on the barrel head for the daily Hsh. House valuation has been increased by the new SS50,000 house of which only S49,999 must yet be paid before it is clear, that is providing the lots on which it rests are not sold for taxes. Famous members include Loraine Coppedge, who has already begun carrying the world around on her shoulders by virtue of being freshman queen, Katherine Haskell, leading candi- date for All-American freshman and Liza Gaffney who admits she's the best girl Kappa Kappa Gamma the University, the State, or even the Nation, has ever seen. Ofhcial fraternity publication-Hear and Their Column. KAPPA SIGMA KAPPA SIGMA was founded by john L. Sullivan and Steve Brodie in the old gymnasium. hence the intimate association with dumb-bells. In its early periods it absorbed the Modern VVoodmen of the World, the Knights of Macabees, the Odd Fellows and other small orders and now maintains Kappa Sigma chapters wherever the absorbed orders were located. The local chapter was established when the rumor drifted into the jail in which the national president of the fraternity was confined that Sigma Alpha Epsilon was to establish a chapter in Oklahoma City barber college. Not to be outdone, Kappa Sigma decided to take the next best institution. Among their most famous alumni are Mex, one of the smartest members of the chapterg I Lynn Overlees, William McAdoo, jake Haas and Bert Kemmerer. The latter named was impeached when it was feared that there would be too much Kappa Sigma in the book and not enough of Phi Kappa Sigma. Since Hutton Bellah has been correspondent for the Oklahoman, a brilliant ray of publicity has shown on these club members for everything they do, except when they land in the Norman Hoosegow. House valuation includes 400 athletic uniforms, 30 pair of crutches used to supply girls with after their dances, and S0 or 60 inter-fraternity championship skins and pewter mugs, on which the nickle plate has already begun to peel. PHI DELTA THETA C1848-1918j LITTLE need be said concerning this association's founding. It has been broadcasted over all the land. The mystery seems to be why it was founded. The 1924 SOONER is reluctant to say any- thing at all of the Phi Delts because the supposition is that the Annual for 1925 is to be called the Scroll, the official publication of the Phi Delta Theta fraternity, and dedicated to the Okla- homa chapter since Lawrence Ferguson is the editor-,elect . The Phi Delts have been at a loss on how to vitalize the University since Bob Bell has left school. However, Race Barret and Bus Harrington have done their best to liven up the student council dances. The crest of this order is one to bring back fond memories, especially if the reader happens to be a member of the Elks' club. It is two labels taken from Three Star Hennessey bottles with I1 strip of plain paper running diagonally across it on which rests an 1848 model, bottle opener. Surmounting the crest, much in the same fashion as the Kappa Alphas, is a mailed fist tightly grasping a spear, indicating that they are always on the lookout for fish. QSee chapter roll.D The badge, while nothing to rave about, is not so bad, except for its shape and what is has on it. The eye above the scroll indicates the high scholastic standing of this order' and their ability to get things done. Among the more prominent members of the Phi Delta Theta are: Royce Savage, unsuccessful candidate for various political ofhces on the campus, Lawrence Ferguson, editor of the '25 SOONER, who is to be impeached next fall, and Charlie Coppedge, brother of Loraine. 538 RAZZ Iv' Z in fn A ' Q1 f i N I I ifxxx X' I x X I X X 'A V 5 ,fl x f 1 f 5 T , Y X l Z 'BONDS OE SISTERHOOD F'-N-I , HCENTIPL' DL C.RUNLFT, AT 'me AAA RANCH 0 '7 vom CHAMP A A- J I Two Fomebs wonsz ff A -1 ' THAN ONE, 'BY FRED Hoon. 0 QL , L X p ffl!! . ' ' - U 1, I l XL 0 ,.-- Hwy 1 Thx f lg j ADEUNE RUTHERFORD, ' NATALIE BROACH, WAl'fIN'FOR 'l'Hg:YENlN'D'1ALE' LEAVWG SCHQOL, X .ll K F 'gg I X - - - , 4 1 ZS .V N 5 CLIFF BOWLE 5, BTOOGENT coumcu. QUEEN j LX I XX A, Q l 2 . ' Anmecmz moussfs, "THE IMYGEUNTSN IIWALLACE-N MASH 011 NOWHEQE JN A HURRY 555 Kappa A7-zppn Gamma THE MISSOUQI HQLLOW OX cmd A60 Ma 60m 6 we .N fm x.-x.5, x:i:l 16 'J ' ' XJ Af N X X 1 Q5 14 . X5 539 ,L V R A z z PHI GAMMA DELTA 'TTHIS is not a political order, although any Phi Gam will freely admit that Cal Coolidge is a Fiji, and even show you an autographed photo of him or publish an interview by Bro. Evans on request. The Phi Gamma Delta fraternity was founded at Miami University by a South Sea Islander who had been overcome by the heat. The emblem of the order is a nondescript affair copied from the Sig Alph pin, diamond shaped with the Greek letters Phi Gamma Delta across the middle. The one lone star appearing above the letters does not mean anything, but was put there to get ahead of the Betas, who have an Arkansas diamond on their pin. The Fijis have had little to say since Hal Crouch left school, except through their official mouthpiece, "The Hear and Their Column" of the Olelalzoma Daily, conducted by Mike Mon- roney. Mike will probably follow up the conductor business when he leaves school-for the Oklahoma Street Railway Company. Phi Gamma Delta was installed at the University when the war was going and everyone else was too busy to watch the pranks that were going on at home. However, the Fijis have chumped some pretty good men, among whom are Mike Monroney, famed conductor, Buff Burtis, business manager for himself and the Whirlwind, Lee Cromwell, chairman of the "Garber for Congress Club," and a candidate for All-gAmerican Freshman honors. This venerable order has constructed a magnificent mansion from the proceeds of University publications which they have been allowed by the gullible student body to manage for the last few years. PHI KAPPA PSI THIS unique group was founded in Jefferson College shortly after a great plague. St. Vitus dance was raging in the college and the men who partially recovered from it, being only slightly affected mentally, banded together in queer little groups. This spread until there a1'e now forty-nine of these absurd bands all over the country. The local chapter was brought 1n here when the alumni over the State found the need of having a house where they could spunge a lunch occasionally. Three quarts of corn and a bottle of choc put the local in the mood, so they were willing to tackle anything. Hence Oklahoma chapter of Phi Kappa Psi. They have since enlisted several good men, most of whom pledged because their fathers wouldn't let them go to school if they didn't keep the mistakes in the family. fSee Boardman and Steinbergenj The local chapter is the originator of the Phi Psi sponge bath which was popular before Mum got so cheap. They have many famous men, among whom are Lynn K. Lee, L. K. Lee, L. Keen Lee, Lee of Minerva, Texas, and L. Lee. They lost their best rushing argument when the Alpha Phis moved away and now they can only tell the guests about the shows the Alpha Gams put on, or rather pull off. Property valuation consists of two pairs dancing pumps, one pair B. V. D.'s per man, and one stiff front shirt, two sheets and three pair socks Cno toesj. Pin is a cross between a Santa Fe monogram and the Ad building. PI BETA PHI THIS women's auxiliary to Beta Theta Pi was founded by two shoe-shiner's wives who were in the Sorosis Clubs, before anyone had learned anything of precaution. It came west along with other trinkets that the white traders brought the Indians and was established here when several Osages traded a lease for the tiny gold arrows. In addition to taking all Osages, who are on the tribal roll, the chapter each year pledged the girls that K. K. G. and Theta don't want. These are usually easy to get along with. They have successfully lived down their reputation for wildness largely because they don't get to date any more, and girls can't be mean with themselves. Once in a while a Beta will take pity on the loyal auxiliary and come to see them, that is, when they can't get dates else- where. But true to their foundation, the Pi Phis ,still swear by the Betas, glad to get even the crumbs that drop from the mighty Wooglin board. House valuation includes a 315,000,000 tentative Spanish Villa with the largest number of dark corners in Norman. They seek to win back their old prestige by this move and maybe get the Betas to come back to them. Famous members include Marian Billingsley, famous for a continued rush throughout three years, though poorg Mabel Leahy, famous for a continued rush throughout her four years, though rich, and Elley "Shadow" Jordan who basks in the glory of her idol Mabel. The two above named have tried to bring up the frosh on how to treat the boys and make them like it, but they are too dumb to remember what to say when talking. Fraternity publication-Photoplay. 540 RAZZ I hh 'lc ' i s ?"N 3 GF'C"'g X nmmfmfne-3 WILL GET A Porwoux Boa --i5N DDIE LEHEY WILL Sosefz UP CK Bn SING Lee. ss CLUB ILL T LBOT Wuu- owsov Doc Dma E. PBT 5 BJOH-1 que RUF NEK'.S nwcmz RMONICL 541 RAZZ A ONE-ACT PLAY IN THREE SCENES SCENE I. Kappa Alpha Theta house. Sisters assembled in room adorned in black, black symbolical of that which catches all. It is a chapter meeting and they are discussing the pledging of a new member. Elizabeth Trent arises to the floor. V Liz: "Cistern, I have just discovered an embryo Theta running loose on the campus." Great clamor arises in chapter room. Betty Davis accuses Dorcas McConnell of wearing "Doc's'l pin underneath. After pounding forty-seven times on desk for order, meeting again is in progress. . Chorus: 'fQualilications?" Liz: "Makes straight 'A' grades, never takes over nve steps at a student council with one boy, doesn't smoke or chew, and - . ." Eleanor Kincaid: "VVhat are her political aspirations?l' Liz: "She has a brother who is a lawyer. Might run her for law queen." Natalie Brooch, who has been singing "Sweetheart of Sigma Chi" in her sleep, is awakened, and immediately changes to 'tDream Girl of Pi K. A." Trent and Davis in unison: "And dance, she holds three high school records. Even danced with Rudolph when he was in her home town." fOl-:mulgee going strong.j Leanore Barnes: "But, ah, her social standing: is she of the upper crust, does she belong to the four hundred? You know we of Oklahoma City must protect our standing . . - ." Barnes interrupted by Betty Davis being called to the telephone. Enter Margaret Moore. Eyes cistern and looks horror struck when told of prospective pledge. Moore: HI saw her Hee hopping." A series of "Ah's". Thumbs down on prospect as flee hopping not considered Theta-like. SCENE II. Kappa Kappa Gamma chapter room. Forty-three pledges lined up against wall facing President and other thirty-four members. Margaret Pemberton: 'lYou, of course, know why you are assembled here tonight. We, who are your superiors, are to inform you of what you must do to get by. Do any of the sisters have anything to say for the pledges?" Rutherford: "Clara, I must commend you upon going to the Lawyers' ball without a petticoat. I know four boys who asked me who you were. That makes for prestige and all that. I wish some of these other pledges would get that spirit. Except, Clara, when you wear white, wear the thinnest kind so it won't appear as if you are deliberately making a show." Helen VVallace rises to protest, but is drowned out by a chorus of f'Sit down!" "Sit down!" Meredith: "Margaret, I have heard it rumored that you are rather affectionate. Now listen, you want to get the dates but DONYT PUT ON A THING until you know your man. The Kappas never have had the reputation of being a knocker's club, and we have to guard against that Popularity, remember, but, use discretion." SCENE III. Session in Tri Delt house just after any Student Council. Girls are lounging around on beds, chairs, etc., smoking cubebs, drinking grape juice, looking angelic, etc. Ament: "VVasn't the Student Council a knockout?" Brown: "More good dancers, music, and Stagsf' Stout: '4Did you see Katherine Fast in that short skirt?" Clark: "Oh, yes. Uhm, she's a Junior now, isnlt she?" Russell: f'Thrills, had an intermission with Dutch Hill and he sure shot me the hot line- Called me 'Hon' and 'Sweet' and .... " Series of laughs. Chorus: "You're behind time, Rose. He has been calling every girl at every intermission that for the past two years." VVilkinson: "I had a date with Lake Moore tonight. Buckeridge: "D0n't like to dance with him. Holds too tight-" Hahn: "You know I always like to know when I am dancing with some one." Ament: 'tSay, doesn't this Helen Dee Rogers wear the different glad rags? Never see her but what she hasn't on a new dress." Vernie Goudelock: "Oh, but she has to get slick clothes to get by. 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