University of Oklahoma - Sooner Yearbook (Norman, OK)
- Class of 1934
Page 1 of 316
Pages 6 - 7
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friendships, or rnalcing new ones . . . lriendships lhrough which will be shared lhe
lhrills and hearl-aches of college life. The course has been chosen: il is being run, and
we pause for a rnornenl lo glance ar anorher page ol life in This modern universiry.
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courage, The ioy and sorrow and The sacriTices made To an
ideal by him who has been my consTanT companione-MY DAD.
lvlay This memory oT him and YOUR DAD and Their ideals per-
peTuaTe The sTrengTh oT youTh To Those who will come aTTer, and
cause Them To remember, wiTh reverence, Those who have gone
beTore. To our dads we respecTTully dedicaTe This boolc.
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I-IE annual SOONER appears as
anoTher schoIasTic year is draw-
ing To a close. This volume aTTempTs
To reTIecT The varied acTiviTies oT sTu-
denT IiTe during The currenT year, No
Two years oT college IiTe are ever ex-
acTIy alike. This is parTicuIarIy True
during These years when changes are
occurring so TrequenTIy. STudenTs,
ilce oTher people, have been sobered
oy The serious reaIiTies oT IiTe. IT has
noT been possible Tor any oT us To
ive guiTe normally under exisTing
condiTions. More sTudenTs Than ever
:JeTore seem To have realized The pri-
mary purpose oT coming To college
oy giving a Tull proporTion oT Their
Time To serious sTudy.
The currenT issue oT The SOUN-
ER measures up Tully in conTenT and
Torm To The annual issues ThaT have
preceded iT. This boolc Tells The
sTory, as iT is Told in no oTher place, I
oT The varied acTiviTies ThaT engage
The inTeresTs and occupy The Time oT sTudenTs oT a greaT universiTy. IT will become a souvenir
ThaT should be Treasured by every universiTy sTudenT who values The memories oT college days.
I have no doubT ThaT in The years To come This volume will become increasingly inTeresTing To
Those who aTTended The UniversiTy during The currenT year. There will be saTisTacTion Trom Time
To Time, in TuTure years, in Turning The pages oT This volume and recounTing Triendly associaTions
and inTeresTing evenTs in The year ThaT has passed.
I wanT To assure every sTudenT who has been enrolled in The UniversiTy during This year, oT
my abiding good wishes To you. The oTTiciaIs and TacuITy members oT The UniversiTy will Take
pride in your accomplishmenTs in TuTure years. The insTiTuTion has given To you The very besT
ThaT iT has in preparaTion Tor successTuI living on The high levels oT honesT endeavor and spiriTuaI
realiTies. I sincerely hope ThaT you will Teel Tree To call upon me, and any oT my associaTes who
are serving The insTiTuTion in an oTTiciaI or proTessionaI capaciTy. We sTand ready To serve you
aT any Time. FaiThTuIIy yours,
W. B. BIZZELL, PresidenT.
THE BOARD OF REGENTS
The governing body of The UniversiTy of Oklahoma is known as The Board of Re-
genTs. This Board, which was organized in I9 I9, is composed of seven members who are
appoinTed by The Governor wiTh The approval of The SenaTe and who serve definiTe
Terms of from one To seven years. AT leasT Three of The members musT be alumni of The
UniversiTy. AT presenT There is one vacancy on The Board.
The PresidenT of The UniversiTy is responsible To The Board and meeTs wiTh Them
periodically To discuss UniversiTy affairs and policies. The Board chooses The PresidenT,
and appoinTmenTs of oTher adminisTraTive officials and of members of The TaculTy musT
have iTs approval.
Before The UniversiTy budgeT is presenTed To The LegislaTure iT musT be passed by
This body, and appropriaTions for The supporT of The school are under The supervision of
All acTs of The UniversiTy adminisTraTion are subiecT To The review of The Board,
which may counTermand Them if iT sees fiT. The RegenTs are responsible only To The
LegislaTure and may be removed only Through impeachmenT or by legislaTive acT chang-
ing The law by which The Board was creaTed.
AT presenT The Board of RegenTs and The adminisTraTive officers of The UniversiTy
are in very close harmony.
MR. GEORGE L. BOWAN . . . PresidenT
MR. CLAUDE C. l-lATCl-lETT . . Vice-PresidenT
MR. EMIL R. KRAETTLI ..... SecreTary
MR. GEORGE L. BOWMAN, KingTisher MR. J. C. LOONEY, Wewoka
MR. CLAUDE C. l-lATCl-lETT, DuranT MR. MALCOLM ROSSER, Muskogee
MR. EUGENE P. LEDBETTER, Oklahoma CiTy MR. EUGENE M. KERR, Muskogee
THE ADMTNISTRATIVE CGUNCIL
The AdminisTraTive Council, which prior To I9l3 was lcnown as The SenaTe, is made up oT
The PresidenT oT The UniversiTy, The Deans oT The various schools and colleges, The Dean oT Men
and The Dean oT Women, The RegisTrar, and The AssisTanT To The PresidenT.
The Council serves as an advisory body To The RresidenT, and perTorms adminisTraTive,
execuTive, and legislaTive acTs in regard To The UniversiTy generally. ln some cases iT acTs in a
iudiciary capaciTy on sTudenT problems.
Co-ordinaTing oT general universiTy policies, rules and regulaTions is The primary TuncTion
oT This body.
DR. W. B. BIZZELL, PresidenT
DEAN J. l-l. FELGAR, Dean oT The College oT Engineering
DEAN EREDRIK l-IOLMBERG, Dean oT The College oT Eine ArTs
DEAN JULIEN C. MONNETT, Dean oT The School oT Law
DR. ROY GITTINGER, Dean oT AdminisTraTion
DR. L. J. MOORMAN. Dean oT The School oT Medlcine
DEAN D. B. R. JOl-lNSON, Dean oT The School oT Pharmacy
DR. S. W. REEVES, Dean oT The College oT ArTs and Sciences
DR. ARTHUR B. ADAMS, Dean oT The College oT Business AdminisTraTion
DR. l-lOMER l.. DODGE, Dean oT The GraduaTe School
DR. ELLSWORTI-l COl.LlNGS, Dean oT The College oT EducaTion
DEAN EDN.A E. McDANlEL, Dean oT Women
DEAN J. E. EINDLAY, Dean oT Men
GEORGE E. WADSACK, RegisTrar
EMIL R. KRAETTLI, AssisTanT To The PresidenT
THE MEN'S COUNCIL
The ConsTiTuTion oT The STudenT AssociaTion, adopTed by The sTudenTs In The Spring oT
I93O, creaTed The Men's Council. This Council consisTs oT represenTaTives oT all schools and
colleges oT The campus. ITs purpose is To govern, in coniuncTion wifh The W. S. G. A., The
aTTairs oT The sTudenTs oT The UniversiTy. All members are elecTed in The Spring aT a general
elecTion To serve Tor a one-year period.
The oTTicers are elecTed Trom wiThin The Council. While The Council is a comparaTively new
sysTem on The campus much has been accomplished by This body, IT was Through The sponsor-
ship oT Th?s organizaTion ThaT The adminisTraTion granTed Twelve o'cloclc daTe nighTs.
Besides presenTing The sTudenT side oTo1uesTions To The adminIsTraTion, The oTher TuncTions
oT The Council are To assisT worThy clubs and organizaTions in Their eTTorTs To promoTe The inTer-
esTs oT The UniyersiTy. The Council has been parTicularly acTive This year in The sponsoring oT
popular STudenT Council Dances.
EWING SADLER ...... . . PresidenT
ERVYL BROSS . . . . . . , Vice-PresidenT
TOM ED GRACE . ..... SecreTary-Treasurer
ARTS AND SCIENCE FINE ARTS BUSINESS
TOM ED GRACE JAMES WALKER ERVYL BROSS
MILLARD LOWRANCE H. C. LUMAN
JOHN MONTGOMERY GRADUATE
EWING SADLER RAY PARR PHARMACY
ROSS GAYDON JOHN ROBINSON LAW
WOMEN'S SELF GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
The ExecuTive Council oT The W. S. G. A. annually becomes acguainTed wiTh more Than
Tour hundred new girls on The campus Through Teas, inTormal parTies, and co-ed balls given
during The year. They reach noT only Treshman girls buT also The upper classmen who are on our
campus Tor The TirsT Time.
The W. S. O. A. mainTains a loan Tund Tor senior women. This movemenT was sTarTed lasT
year and The Tund is increased annually. A girl's pasT scholasTic record is considered when These
loans are made.
The W. S. O. A. group holds conTerences wiTh Treshman girls To encourage scholarship and
possible membership in Alpha Lambda DelTa, Treshman honorary TraTerniTy.
Each semesTer The AssociaTion gives a scholarship bangueT Tor non-sororiTy women, aT
which Time Two loving cups are awarded, one To The organized house wiTh The highesT average,
and one To The dormITory wiTh The highesT average.
MARIETTA DARLINO ..... . . PresidenT
WINIFRED KETCHUM . . Vice-l3residenT
MARTHA DAVIS . . . SecreTary
DOROTHY WOODRUFE . . Treasurer
REPRESENTATIVES MEMBERS AT LARGE
MARGARET ROYS .... Y. W. C. A. HELEN HOUGH . . Scholarship Chairman
LINA JANE WALKER . . MorTar Board MARJORIE MEACHAM . VocaTional Chairman
JULIA KENNEDY . . . Pan-Hellenic MARCELEETE BRYANT . . HealTh Chairman
LETA MAE BLIZMAN . . . W. A. A. GAYLE MCCORKLE . . . AcTiviTy Bureau
LOUISE HAYS ..... House Council KATHERINE GIBSON . . . Social Chairman
MARTHA JANE DOWELL
Women's EdiTor oT Olclahoma Daily VIRGINIA FISHER Chairman
Eijgjx QIQQQIQIAII ' ' ' Big SISTefClTaI'ma" MARTHA DAVIS ....
PresidenT of AI ha Lambda DelTa MARY GRACE OZMUN ' ' Junior
F5 RoBERTA RI-IOADES . , . Junior
LUCILLE TWAY . . . Sophomore
THE CFFICE GF THE DEAN OF MEN
The office of The Dean of Men was firsf creafed in T928 wiTh Professor M. L. Wardell as The Acfing
Dean, buT wiTh The arrival of J. F. Findlay in l929 The office assumed new imporfance and responsibilify
since Dean Findlay handles Thar office alone and is nof handicapped wiTh addifional Teaching dufies.
ln The few years ThaT The office has been a separafe unif, under The leadership of Dean Findlay, iT has
cerTainly proved iTs worTh as a deparfmenf of conTacT, guidance, and help To The men of The Universify
Guidance, vocafional and educaTional, is available To all who wish iT and is parficularly organized
for freshmen. In T930 This office sTarTed The developmenf of personnel records for all freshman men of
The Universify. The records proved so beneficial ThaT They were exfended To cover The enTire college
work of universiTy men. These personnel records include a summary of The scholasfic achievemenT of
each individual, his oufside acTiviTies, a large sampling of personal rafings on him, and cerTain personal
and vocaTional informafion. They are aT The disposal of universiTy men for The purpose of checking
Their scholasfic and personal progress while in college. These records are now complefe enough Thaf
They are recognized as a fair cross secTion of a sTudenT's characfer and abilify and are being used
exfensively as a source of reference for recommendafions. The office of The Dean of Men has been of
greaf service To Universify graduafes by giving recommendafions based on These personnel records.
In iTs presenf capacify This deparfmenf has done much To sfabilize work in scholarship and social
acTiviTies of all sTudenTs. In This connecfion The office of The Dean of Men compiles The comparafive
scholasfic reporf, each semesfer, for all fraTerniTies.
This office is responsible for The housing of all men sTudenTs: This includes The supervision of frafer-
niTies and approximafely 350 rooming houses for men. The Dean of Men is The infermediary for all
problems arising beTween The men and householders.
The laTesT duTy To be assumed by This office is The supervision of fraTerniTy rush, The office will
have charge of The filing and keeping of all daTe cards and The Dean of Men will supervise The assem-
blies of men going Through rush and will be The infermediary in all problems arising befween fraTerniTies
The assumpTion of The many new funcfions and acTiviTies of The office of The Dean of Men is Typical
of The increasing imporfance and popularify of This now indispensable deparfmenf of The UniversiTy,
and The human, undersfanding and sfraighfforward manner wiTh which Dean Findlay deals wiTh The men
of The Universify has gained for him The confidence and respecf of all who have come in conTacT wiTh
fThis was submiffed by a member of The Men's Council in appreciafion for The services rendered by
Dean Findlay To The men of The UniversiTy.l
THE OFFICE OF THE DEAN OF WOMEN
The oTTice oT The Dean oT Women is The cenTer oT all acTiviTies Tor women. Miss McDaniel's policy
as a Dean oT Women has been ThaT oT prevenTion raTher Than oT cure, and as such, Takes on The aspecTs
of an adiusTmenT oTTice where The individual's needs are given consideraTion beTore They Take on The
proporTions oT problems. In Miss McDaniel many girls have Tound inspiraTion Tor accomplishmenT, and
Through her, many have received invaluable assisTance in Tinding a place in Their chosen vocaTion.
No person is more responsible Tor scaTTering The good will oT The UniversiTy ThroughouT The sTaTe
Than Miss McDaniel, who Takes a viTal inTeresT in The consTrucTive program oT The A. A. U. W., and in
speaking beTore women's clubs, girls' groups, and high school girls in preparing Them Tor enTrance To
Miss McDaniel has esTablished a sysTem oT Treshman conTerences, whereby she conTacTs personally
and individually every Treshman woman To discover The parTicular problems oT each one, and To lend
her help in solving Them. Through This oTFice The working sTudenT is assisTed in making her adiusTmenTs
To school acTiviTies and To employmenT.
The oTFice oT The Dean oT Women has been largely responsible Tor raising The scholasTic sTandards
among women. Every house moTher and The presidenT oT each house are periodically inTormed as To
The grades of each girl in The house, and also as To The scholasTic ranking oT The respecTive houses as a
In adcliTion To her oTFice obligaTions, Miss McDaniel Tinds Time To be a Triend To every sTudenT-
evidenced by The TacT ThaT in each day's program she greeTs sTudenT Triends who come To her Tor a
word oT cheer Trom The "personaliTy lady."
lThis was submiTTed by The ExecuTive Council OT W. S. G. A. as a TribuTe To The helpful guidance
which Miss McDaniel has so Treely given during The pasT year's acTiviTies.l
THE LAW SCHOOL
AbouT The Time oT STaTehood, when The inTlow of popula-
Tion To Oklahoma was so greaT, The need oT a School oT Law
became so pressing ThaT a number oT The more enTerprising
lawyers and iudges oT Oklahoma CiTy organized Temporarily
The EpworTh UniversiTy Law School. ln l909, as soon as The
UniversiTy RegenTs TelT ThaT The Tinancial condiTion oT The Uni-
versiTy was such as To permiT iT, They organized The UniversiTy
oT Oklahoma Law School, and The EpworTh Law School immedi-
aTely disconTinued and senT iTs sTudenTs here To Tinish Their
The main universiTy building had been desTroyed by Tire
and iT was almosT impossible To house The new Law School upon
The campus. IT was seriously proposed To Take iT To The counTy
courT house and The CounTy Commissioners very kindly Tend-
ered The use oT ThaT building, buT space was Tinally Tound in
The Geology Museum in The old Science l-lall, where a place
was cleared large enough To accommodaTe The class OT 57.
Vlfooden shelving was builT around This space Tor a Law Library
and only TirsT year work was given, There being buT Two mem-
bers on The TaculTy.
The nexT year The preparaTory deparTmenT oT The UniversiTy having been disconTinued, The Law
School moved inTo The basemenT oT whaT was Then The Carnegie Library Building, which is now used by
The College oT EducaTion, and The parTiTions in The basemenT were all re-arranged To suiT The needs oT
The Law School. FirsT and second year work were Then given and The TaculTy increased To Three. The
Third year TirsT, second and Third year work were given and The TaculTy was increased To Tive.
ln I9I2 The LegislaTure gave The UniversiTy a new Law Building which was duly consTrucTed ouT oT
TirsT class BedTord sTone and dedicaTed on The 4Th oT March, I9l4, iusT one hundred and TwenTy-Tive
years aTTer The ConsTiTuTion of The UniTed STaTes wenT inTo eTTecT. The Law School however had been
conducTed in The new building Tor a year beTore iT was dedicaTed and while iT was sTill in The process oT
AT TirsT only Treshman sTanding was required To enTer The Law School buT This was laTer raised To
sophomore sTanding: Then To iunior sTanding, and now Tor The lasT Tour years, To senior sTanding.
NeverTheless The aTTendance in The Law School has sTeadily mounTed unTil now iT has passed The Three
hundred mark and The capaciTies oT The school are in all respecTs being sTrained by The congesTed con-
diTions. NeverTheless The building has proved To be well adapTed To expanding needs and accommo-
daTes The presenT Law School body very saTisTacTorily. One enTire sTory is devoTed To The Law Library
and ThaT sTory is planned especially Tor The convenience oT sTudenT library sTudy and Tor convenienT use
oT The books boTh by The sTudenTs and The TaculTy.
The school was, even beTore iTs compleTe organizaTion, elecTed To membership in The AssociaTion
oT American Law Schools, as a complimenT To The sTandards and ideals which iT had adopTed and was
pursuing, Though iT was conTrary To The rules oT The AssociaTion To admiT a school beTore compleTe
organizaTion, IT has complied in all respecTs ThroughouT The years wiTh all reguiremenTs and sTandards
of The AssociaTion oT American Law Schools, and has even gone beyond Them, and iTs work Today is
accepTed and Tull crediT Tor iT given in every law school in The UniTed STaTes ThaT gives crediT To any
oTher law school. Progressive and improving ideals concerning The sTandards of The proTession however
ever demand higher and more comprehensive aTTainmenTs and iT is The purpose oT The school To con-
sTanTly increase The gualiTy oT iTs producT and noT To over-emphasize The quanTiTy. An excessively large
Law School is noT desirable, buT one whose graduaTes will be an honor To The proTession, and saTisTac-
Tory and successTul aids in The True adminisTraTion oT The law.
JULIEN C. MONNETT
THE COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
We have The impression ThaT engineering sTarTed aT The
UniversiTy oT Oklahoma when The TirsT proTessor oT engineering
was employed. This was in I904 when Mr. Maiors, a graduaTe
oT Ohio UniversiTy in Mechanical Engineering, was employed aT
The UniversiTy To Teach engineering. We Tind, however, on
more careTul invesTigaTion ThaT insTrucTion in proTessionaI engi-
neering commenced aT The UniversiTy oT Oklahoma in I899
when a course in surveying was oTTered. Then in I9OO and I9OI
The TirsT Two years oT The engineering curricula are menTioned
in The universiTy caTalog. In I902 and I903 a curriculum in
civil engineering was presenTed aT The UniversiTy oT Oklahoma
and a School oT Mines was Tormed separaTe Trom The School oT
Applied Sciences by Dr. Charles N. Gould. During The Tollow-
ing year The curricula Tor elecTrical engineering and mechan-
ical engineering were added in whaT was Then called The School
oT Applied Sciences which was in I904 and was under The
direcTion oT The general TacuITy.
ProTessor C. N. Jansky was The TirsT one deTiniTely named
as head oT The School oT Applied Sciences. J. I-I. Eelgar came
in I906 as insTrucTor in mechanical engineering: Mr. I-lool as
insTrucTor in civil engineering coming The nexT year. While
There were a number oT sTudenTs who Took as much engineering
work as was oTTered and who received degrees granTed by The
general TacuITy, iT was noT unTil I908 ThaT The TirsT engineering degree was given.
In I909 The UniversiTy was organized inTo schools and colleges presided over by deans, and The
School oT Applied Sciences became The College oT Engineering wiTh J. I-I. Felgar as dean. During ThaT
year The School oT Mines renamed mining geology, wiTh Dr. D. W. O'I-Iern as head, came under The
iurisdicTion oT The College oT Engineering. IT has since been called The School oT Mining Engineering.
The nexT year The work Tor a chemisTry maior combined wiTh The TundamenTaI curricula in engineering
Tormed The School oT Chemical Engineering. ThaT was in I9IO.
AbouT This Time geology became a more and more prominenT Tield due To oil developmenT in Okla-
homa, and on accounT of The engineering requiremenTs in The peTroleum indusTry, The curriculum in engi-
neering geology appears in The caTalog in I9I6-I9l7. The name laTer was changed To Geological
Engineering and so The curriculum is known Today.
The engineering curricula in The diTTerenT communiTies develop according To The demands oT The
indusTry. Since The very beginning oT The organizaTion oT The College oT Engineering, curricula have
been carried corresponding To The names oT The naTional engineering socieTies.. ThaT is, The American
SocieTy oT Civil Engineers, The American lnsTiTuTe oT Mining and MeTallurgicaI Engineers, The American
SocieTy oT Mechanical Engineers, The American lnsTiTuTe oT EIecTrical Engineers, and The American lnsTi-
TuTe oT Chemical Engineers. In Oklahoma, however, The peTroleum indusTry has made such rapid sTrides
ThaT The quanTiTy oT Technological maTerial relaTed To ThaT indusTry should be correlaTed and iTs scienTiTic
relaTion mainTained. ATTer The discussion oT This problem Tor some Time, in I924-I925 The UniversiTy oT
Oklahoma presenTed a curriculum in PeTroleum Engineering which conTains all The TundamenTal engineer-
ing Training ThaT The oTher curricula had and emphasized The relaTion oT geology and mechanical engi-
neering To ThaT indusTry, adding specialized courses in peTroleum Technology.
Since I92O we have carried courses direcTly applying To archiTecTure and archiTecTural engineer-
ing. In relaTing engineering To an arT deparTmenT oT naTional repuTaTion iT is highly essenTial ThaT a
School oT ArchiTecTure should be developed. This has been done and The school has seen a rapid
growTh. . 1
In order To enTer his proTession iT is necessary ThaT The successTully Trained engineer have a broad
base oT TundamenTal Training in English, maThemaTics, chemisTry, and physics TogeTher wiTh a basic
Training in economics, accounTing, and business law. These courses amounT To pracTically TiTTy per cenT
oT The curricula. Added To These are TundamenTal courses in civil, elecTrical, and mechanical engineering
which each engineering sTudenT is required To Take making anoTher TwenT To TwenTy-Tive per cenT. We
Tind Then upon examinaTion ThaT Trom sevenTy To sevenTy-Tive per cenT oTYThe curriculum in each oT The
courses is common maTerial and The remainder TwenTy-Tive or ThirTy per cenT is The major or proTessional
work. This is scheduled mosTly in The laTTer parT oT The course and gives The name To The curriculum,
such as civil engineering, elecTrical engineering, mechanical engineering, eTc.
From The beginnings oT engineering, ThaT surveying course in I899, diTTerenT curricula have devel-
oped unTil we have now The College oT Engineering wiTh Ten diTTerenT schools wiTh compleTe curricula
Tor a Bachelor oT Science degree modiTied according To The school in which The maior work is done.
J. I-I. FELGAR
THE COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES
OldesT oT The Schools and Colleges, The College oT ArTs and Sciences was esTab-
lished in l892, wiTh The incepTion oT The UniversiTy iTselT. AT ThaT Time, This College,
which, wiTh a preparaTory course, made up The UniversiTy, had approximaTely IOO sTu-
denTs and Tour TaculTy members, including Dr. Boyd, Then PresidenT oT The UniversiTy,
ProTessor Amos, now Teaching governmenT in The UniversiTy, Dr. DeBarr, and ProTessor
Rice. Erom This small beginning, The College has grown unTil aT The presenT Time iT has
an enrollmenT oT 2200 sTudenTs.
The College oTTers a wide choice oT subiecTs in Three general groups: English and
Foreign Languages: lv1aThemaTics and NaTural Sciences: and The Social Sciences. The
sTudenT is enabled To TesT himselT along several lines oT endeavor beTore he decides on
his special Tield oT acTiviTy. Included in The College are The Schools oT CiTizenship and
Public ATFairs, Geology, T-Tome Economics, Journalism, Library Science, Physical Educa-
Tion, and Social Service. Each School leads To a separaTe degree or cerTiTicaTe and
each is under The supervision oT a direcTor.
This College is The cenTer oT The UniversiTy around which The proTessional schools
are grouped. A large parT oT iTs work is TundamenTal Tor The besT worlc in proTessional
Work in The College leads To eiTher The degree oT Bachelor oT ArTs or ThaT oT Bach-
elor oT Sciences. The highesT requiremenTs Tor graduaTion have always been mainTained
and The degrees granTed by The College are recognized in all oTher insTiTuTions.
Beginning wiTh The school year oT T934-l935, The College will be divided inTo an
Upper Division and a Lower Division. ln order To gain admiTTance inTo The Upper Divi-
sion a sTudenT musT have compleTed as much as 56 hours in The Lower Division wiTh aT
leasT a "C" average. l-le also musT have worked oTT all Ereshman reguiremenTs, any high
school deTiciencies, and prereguisiTe courses Tor his maior subiecT, and musT pass The
Junior English exam. STudenTs in The Upper Division musT carry Upper Division courses
To The exTenT oT Two-Thirds oT Their ToTal enrollmenT and aT leasT 48 hours musT be com-
pleTed in This division beTore a degree may be granTed.
S. W. REAVES
THE COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
The besT evidence OT The recogniTion oT The value oT The kind oT Training which The
College oT Business AdminisTraTIon gives is The recenT grow+h in The number oT sTudenTs
enrolled in This college. The College oT Business AdminisTraTion has increased in enroll-
menT more rapidly Than has any oTher school oT The UniversiTy in The pasT Tive years.
AT The presenT Time iT is abouT The same size as The College OT Engineering which is The
IargesT separaTe school oTher Than The College oT ArTs and Sciences.
The broad aim oT The College oT Business AdminisTraTion is TwoTold: FirsT, To give
college sTudenTs sysTemaTic preparaTion Tor business careers so as To enable Them To
advance more rapidly in The business world aTTer graduaTIong second, To give sTudenTs
such Training as will enable Them To undersTand The public problems, parTicularly Those
having To do wiTh The inTerrelaTionships beTween diTTerenT businesses, beTween business
and The governmenT, and beTween employer and employee.
ln compliance wiTh The TirsT aim, The College oT Business AdminisTraTion endeavors
To meeT The needs of The prospecTive business men in The same way ThaT schools oT engi-
neering, law, medicine, and Theology have been organized To meeT The proicessional
needs oT prospecTive engineers, lawyers, physicians, and minisTers. Business knowledge
and experience have become so sysTemaTized in mosT branches ThaT They can be TaughT
in classrooms: so ThaT business in iTs higher Term has come To be as much a learned pro-
Tession as engineering, law, medicine, or oTher similar proTessionq and business demands
OT Those who make a success in The Tield a Thorough scienTiTic and pracTical Training.
ln compliance wiTh The second aim, The College OT Business AdminisTraTion sTresses
The social and culTural side oT Training: iT endeavors To Turn ouT noT only Technically
Trained sTudenTs in business subiecTs, buT also men and women oT broad vision and cul-
Ture. For This reason sTudenTs are required To Take courses oT a broad TundamenTal char-
acTer as well as Technical business courses in order To compleTe The reguiremenTs Tor
ARTI-IUR B. ADAMS
THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE
From a Two-year course in Medicine TirsT oTTered
in I900 on The campus oT The UniversiTy, The School
oT Medicine has grown inTo one oT The TinesT insTiTu-
Tions Tor medical sTudy in The MidwesT.
Only Two years oT The work were oTTered unTil
I9I0 when arrangemenTs were made Tor The Third and
TourTh, oTTen known as The clinical years, oT The work
To be done in Oklahoma CiTy. The School conTinued
iTs sTeady growTh, acquiring a new I-IospiTal, in Okla-
homa CiTy, in I9 I9 and a Medical Building aT Norman
in I925. Finally, in I928, The building aT Norman was
given over To The Pharmacy School and The enTire
School oT Medicine was moved To Oklahoma CiTy
where iT was housed in anoTher new building.
A The School has a TacuITy oT TorTy-Three proTessors
and eighTy-Two lecTurers and assisTanTs. The enroll-
menT is close To 300. Admission reguiremenTs con-
Torm wiTh Those seT ouT by The AssociaTion oT American Medical Colleges oT which The
School is a member. Two years oT premedical college work are an absoluTe minimum
and very Tew sTudenTs are admiTTed wITh less Than Three years.
The UniversiTy I-IospiTal. which was provided Tor by The LegislaTure by a granT oT
fb200,000, in I9I7, was opened in AugusT, I9 I9, wiTh 46 paTienTs. The consTrucTion oT an
AdminisTraTion Building was Tinanced by The appropriaTion, in I92I, oT 575,000 In
I927, S300,000 was appropriaTed Tor The consTrucTion oT a I-IospiTaI Tor Crippled Chil-
dren and an addiTionaI SI50,000 was appropriaTed in I929 To Tinish This building.
AT presenT, The UniversiTy I-IospiTaI is one oT The largesT Teaching hospiTaIs in The
SouThwesT, wiTh a normal bed capaciTy oT 425. There is an average oT 400 paTienTs aT
all Times and In addiTion There are Trom I50 To 200 ambuIaTory paTienTs daily cared Tor
in The OuT-PaTienT I-IospiTaI.
The hospiTals have all TaciliTies Tor diagnosTic and TherapeuTic work. There is a
dieTeTics deparTmenT, giving Training in This imporTanT Tield. There are always appren-
Tices in The laboraTory and X-ray deparTmenTs, and There are some sixTeen graduaTe
physicians Taking posT-graduaTe work aT all Times in The Torm oT junior and senior inTerne-
ships. IT Is one oT The comparaTively Tew hospiTals accrediTed Tor boTh iunior and senior
L. J. MOORMAN
THE SCHOGL OF PHARMACY
The School oT Pharmacy oT The UniversiTy oT
Oklahoma has adopTed The Tour-year course Tollow-
ing The plan suggesTed in The
oT pharmacy. This plan provid
oT The commiTTee, is a well
The basic sciences, such as che
physiology, bacTeriology, Th
English, a Toreign language,
hours crediT in oTher subiecTs
oT The sTudenT. This is The g
The real sTudy oT pharmacy is
The School oT Pharmacy
The sTudy and manuTacTure
us Tor The schools
1aT, in The opinion
ded knowledge in
y, physics, boTany,
Tural subiecTs oT
equal number oT
ding To The desire
work upon which
gives a course in
he diTTerenT salTs,
analyTical assay oT The drugs, a comparaTive value oT
The diTTerenT solvenTs, along wiTh a sTudy oT The crude
drugs and a proper meThod oT handling Them To geT
The mosT eTTicienT resulTs.
ln This new curriculum, The DeparTmenT oT Phar-
macognosy has obTained Trom The several sources oT
supply The various animal drugs, especially Those used
in endocrine diseases, preserved The samples in alcohol and has made perTecT models
Tor exhibiTion To The classes, Thus giving a comprehensive view oT This inTeresTing source
ln The pharmacognosy deparTmenT, Two aims are pursued concurrenTly. BoTh cul-
Tural and Technical knowledge oT The simple drugs derived Trom conTemporary planTs
and animals is presenTed. In The courses required oT The undergraduaTe, speciTic and
deTailed sTudy is made TirsT oT drug planTs, Then oT The drugs derived Trom Them, and in
The senior year, oT drug animals and animal drugs. This senior course, wiTh The rapid
advance in research Tor new drugs oT animal origin, has Taken on increasing imporTance
in The pharmacy curriculum. OTher undergraduaTe courses are oTTered Tor Those parTic-
ularly inTeresTed. A number oT graduaTe courses are given, leading To The masTer oT
science degree Tor Those who choose To maior in The subiecT. Some oT These may also
be selecTed by maiors in oTher branches, who elecT To minor in pharmacognosy.
The deparTmenT Tor dispensing medicines requires ThaT The sTudenT be able To rec-
ognize The maioriTy oT incompaTibiliTies upon reading The prescripTion. All oT The diTTer-
enT preparaTions required in pracTical dispensing are brouqhT beTore The sTudenT and he
is required To be proTicienT in The same beTore he is allowed To graduaTe.
The college graduaTe wiThouT some insTrucTion in The arT and skill oT presenTing him-
selT and his wares To The public is aT a serious disadvanTage, ThereTore, The course in
Commercial Pharmacy aTTempTs To provide This TeaTure. A sysTemaTic sTudy oT manu-
TacTurers oT drug sTore producTs, Their producTs, and Their meThods oT selling, is Tollowed
by a sTudy oT display and planned selling or merchandising in which The Model Drug
STore is used as a laboraTory in building displays, sTudy and arrangemenT oT sTock.
ATTer having saTisTacTorily compleTed The requiremenTs Tor The degree oT Bachelor
oT Science in Pharmacy, The young man or woman is prepared Tor a liTe oT useTulness.
i-ie may use his knowledge in The usual Tvpe oT drug sTore, a prescripTion shop, a hospiTal
pharmacy, a manuTacTuring planT, in laboraTories, and in one or more oT The many allied
Tields oT endeavor.
D. B. R. JG!-INSON
THE COLLEGE GF E NE ARTS
There was a beginning oT a School oT Music in The UniversiTy oT Oklahoma as early as I899. Miss
Grace King, now Mrs. J. D. McGuire of This ciTy, was The TirsT Teacher. During The school year I903-
IQO4, The various deparTmenTs OT music were organized in a more sysTemaTic way and courses were
oTTered leading To Bachelor degrees. A cleparTmenT oT DramaTic ArT was also organized The same year.
The Board oT RegenTs in The Spring oT T904 esTablished The School oT Fine ArTs including The various
deparTmenTs oT Music, and The deparTmenT oT "Expression" as iT used To be called.
As The School oT Fine ArTs kepT growing in number oT sTudenTs and in imporTance iT was again re-
organized inTo a College oT Fine ArTs divided inTo Three disTincT Schools as Tollows: School oT Music,
School oT DramaTic ArTs, and School oT ArT, wiTh a Dean oT The College oT Fine ArTs and a DirecTor aT
The head oT each oT The Three Schools. This lasT change was made in The year I924.
One oT The mosT imporTanT missions oT The College oT Fine ArTs is To spread The gospel oT Fine
ArTs ThroughouT The sTaTe oT Oklahoma and elsewhere. ln This respecT we Teel ThaT The College has
succeeded beyond expecTaTion. There was no well esTablished arT cenTer in The STaTe beTore our Col-
lege oT Fine ArTs was esTablishd and ThereTore iT has, Through more Than a guarTer oT a cenTury, been
The leading spiriT oT arTisTic endeavor in The STaTe. Many oT our graduaTes have disTinguisheol Them-
selves boTh aT home and abroad, including conTinenTal Europe. They have been successTul in creaTive
work as composers, playwrighTs, and painTers. Several have made a name Tor Themselves on The con-
cerT plaTTorm, and operaTic sTage, and Teachers oT good arT ThaT hold responsible posiTions are Too
many To counT. There are Tew villages and Towns in Oklahoma where some Tormer sTudenT or graduaTe
Trom our College oT Fine ArTs is noT a leader in maTTers arTisTic.
The College oT Fine ArTs is now considered a well-equipped and compleTe organizaTion. The ArT
School has been in The old Library Building since The Library was moved inTo iTs new guarTers while The
resT oT The College is locaTed in The Fine ArTs Building. The number oT sTudenTs and Teachers has in-
creased Trom year To year and beTore The ArT Building was secured iT was necessary To limiT The enrollf
menT on accounT oT lack oT quarTers.
THE CGLLEGE OF EDUCATION
The College oT EducaTion has Three major obieciives. The TirsT obiecTive is To educaTe Teachers,
supervisors, and adminisTraTors Tor The schools oT The STaTe. Programs are provided Tor all Types of
Teaching, supervision, and adminisTraTion. In These programs The College oT EducaTion co-operaTes
wiTh The oTher deparTmenTs oT The UniversiTy, and, as a resulT, sTudenTs have an opporTuniTy To come in
conTacT wiTh noT only The besT insTrucTors oT The counTry in Their chosen Tields, buT in addiTion, have an
opporTuniTy To receive a broad and liberal educaTion in preparing Tor The work They expecT To pursue.
ln co-operaTion wiTh The STaTe Board oT EducaTion, The College oT EducaTion has planned deTiniTe pro-
grams leading To The various Teaching Tields in The schools of The STaTe. The STaTe Board oT EducaTion
now granTs Teaching cerTiTicaTes in Terms oT These Tields. This is a Torward sTep since Teachers, super-
visors, and adminisTraTors are licensed To Teach only in Those Tields in which They have made Thorough
The second obiecTive is To add To The Tund oT proTessional knowledge in The Tields oT Teaching,
supervision, and adminisTraTion. In This connecTion research is carried on in all Types oT Teaching, super-
vision, and adminisTraTion wiTh a view To Tinding new and beTTer ways Tor improving The work in These
Tields. The various research sTudies are bound in book Torm and are made available To sTudenTs and The
schools oT The STaTe.
The Third obiecTive is To assisT in improving school work over The STaTe. Members oT The TaculTy
conducT surveys oT school sysTems, revise courses oT sTudy in The schools oT The STaTe, assisT in The im-
provemenT oT classroom Teaching, eTc.
The TaculTy oT The College of EducaTion provides The Tollowing Types oT guidance Tor sTudenTs.
FirsT, guidance in choice oT program oT work. STudenTs enTering The College oT EducaTion are re-
quired, TirsT oT all, To decide on The parTicular work They wish To pursue. WiTh The advice oT The TaculTy
each sTudenT musT choose a program among Those oTTered. Second, guidance in personal TiTness Tor
Teaching. During The TirsT year oT work in The College oT EducaTion sTudenTs are required To demon-
sTraTe Their TiTness Tor Teaching in such qualiTies as scholarship, characTer, and inTelligence. A sTudenT
who is noT TiTTed To receive Training as a Teacher is advised aT The end oT The TirsT year in The choice OT
anoTher line oT work.
Four years oT undergraduaTe and Three years oT graduaTe sTudy are included in The programs oT
The College of EducaTion. The degree oT Bachelor oT Science in EducaTion and The LiTe CerTiTicaTe are
conferred on sTudenTs saTisTacTorily compleTing The undergraduaTe program. The degree oT DocTor oT
EducaTion or DocTor oT Philosophy are conTerred by The GraduaTe School on Those sTudenTs who saTis-
TacTorily compleTe The graduaTe program.
ELLSWO RTH COLLINGS
THE SCHOOL OF NURSING
The School oT Nursing, accrediTed by The STaTe
Board oT Nurse Examiners, was esTablished in I9lO
wiTh AnneTTe B. Cowles as SuperinTendenT, when The
UniversiTy Toolc over The RolaTer l-lospiTal. The TirsT
graduaTing class Trom The School oT Nursing was
graduaTed in IQI3. This class was composed oT six
WiTh The opening oT The new l-lospiTal building
in l9I9 and The Nurses l-lome in I92l, under The
presenT SuperinTendenT oT Nurses, Candice lVlanTorT
Lee, The school Took a new lease on liTe. IT grew
soundly and noT Too rapidly To iTs presenT size. The
school aT The presenT Time is divided inTo Three classes
and has a ToTal enrollmenT oT 79.
A large measure oT The success which has been
aTTained is due To The capable Teaching sTaTT. Mrs.
Candice lvlanTorT Lee, graduaTe oT The PresbyTerian
l-lospiTal, School oT Nursing, Chicago, Illinois, is SuperinTendenT oT The School oT Nursing.
EdiTh S+iTh TripleTT, R. N., UniversiTy oT Olclahoma, School oT Nursing, l923, is an
AssisTanT DirecTor oT The School oT Nursing.
Mary Ella Jones WainwrighT, R. N., VanderbilT UniversiTy, School oT Nursing, Nash-
ville, Tennessee, l929, is an insTrucTor in The Principles and PracTices oT Nursing. She is
also Supervisor oT OuT-PaTienT DeparTmenT.
A special TeaTure oT The School oT Nursing is The Alumnae AssociaTion which was
incorporaTed under The laws oT The STaTe oT Olclahoma in T92 l. One oT The various aims
oT This organizaTion is To be oT service To The school and The proTessiong The AssociaTion
is co-operaTing valianTly in raising The sTandards oT nursing educaTion and encouraging
The new graduaTes To ever higher and widening Tields oT endeavor.
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rnomenfs fo indulge in fhe age old sporf of sending fhe flying arrows off fo fhe fargef. lWe fried fo locafe Brewsfer
and find ouf if Frances receives insfrucfion from Cupid.l
Louise Carne rnusf have her skafing and affer seeing her as you do in fhis picfure we followed her for several blocks
in hopes fhaf we mighf be of assisfance buf her balance was beffer fhan we had supposed from fhe firsf glance.
The rivalry befween fhe Ruf-Neks and Jazz l-lounds af lasf flares forfh in a ferrific sfruggle for physical supremacy.
Jusf a couple of cyclisfs ouf for an affernoon of good clean fun. Jimmy, we highly recommend a fandem.
Grace Barbour decides if is besf fo frain on a "kiddie kar" before graduafing fo a bicycle.
We are of fhe opinion fhaf college sfudenfs are foo grown up fo fhink of "Beaufy and fhe Beasf" buf Sara Marie
Baffen gives us a mosf forceful reminder of a sfory of days long pasf.
Two Alpha Gams fake fime ouf fo keep frim wifh a graceful exhibifion of acrobafics.
The S. A. E.'s fhrow an oufdoor parfy and fhe feafures of fhe day are fhe fasf end runs of fhe Kappas, fhe vicious
fackling of fhe Thefas, fhe superb blocking of fhe Pi Phis, and fhe all-round playing of fhe girls.
"Cash" Genfry, our fufure All-American fackle, proves fhaf he can also swing a wicked rackef.
Cupid prepares an arrow oT love, assisTed by Evelyn Gray-and we have heard ThaT iT was a bulls eye.
One oT The very besT lcnown Sooners-Tripod.
The Gamma Phis are specializing in games This year and we have Tound ThaT one oT The mosT popular pasTimes is
"leap-Trogf' Do we prove our poinT'?
We agree ThaT This is duiTe a conTrasT-cold marble and The warm disarming smile oT a Sooner co-ed.
Nan Reardon Tells us ThaT The sTrenuous liTe oT a iournalisT is beginning To Tell and we caughT her ouT on The balcony.
lNan, leT us remind you ThaT The old saying, "When in Rome do as The Romans do," rniqhT also be applied To people
who live in Spanish houses.l
Yes, we Tound a nudisT colony righT in our midsT and alThough we had To climb aTop The A. T. O. house we now
presenT our evidence.
Our own liTTle Gayle Mccorlcle is all dressed up and has some place To go. lWe undersTand ThaT This is The cosTume
ThaT she uses To scare babies in order ThaT she may have Their candy.l
"LiTTle Paprika" Bridges crowns Evelyn Grey queen OT The ash can-iT loolcs like someone mighT have been iealous OT
The engineers' celebraTion.
0 The PresidenT's Horne.
K Josephine l.andsiTTel, prexy oT The TheTas and dramaTic sTar, is never Too busy To Talce a Tew nninuTes ouT and have
a playful "rollicl4" wiTh a canine Triend. lKaThrine Cornell is also a greaT lover oT dogs.l
Two popular eguesTriennes 'from The Gamma Phi BeTa house-They would noT leT us go To The sTables wiTh Them and
geT an acTion picTure and we wanTed so much To give you a picTure on how horses should be ridden.
Folks, here is The man To blame if some oT your TeaTure picTures are noT as good as you expecTed. We wanT To Talce
This opporTuniTy To Thank Mr. Bob Kniselyey Tor his aid in geTTing picTures Tor The SOONER.
Addie Lee Davis poses wiTh a visiTing digniTary-4iusT waiT unTil Major General l-lagood's wiTe geTs a load oT This.
This is a picTure ThaT Tom Miller had made To send home and The Phi Psi Tell us ThaT iT is a rnosT unusual pose. IT is
Their opinion Thaf Tom is a greaT Tollower oT The song ThaT goes, "And iT is noT Tor knowledge ThaT we come To college."
The Scabbard and Blade pledging brings ouT a hosT oT miliTary men and TransTorms The spoonholder inTo a mosT
lvlarTha Davis seems To Think ThaT a bird in The band is worTh Two in The bush.
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'Tis rumored ThaT This barleycorn smile is mosT Typical of Kappa Alky.
Roswell, N. M., conTribuTes Three Kappas in The persons oT French, PruiTT, and Amis: in Training Tor an audiTion wirh
WalT Disney, The creaTor oT The "Three LiTTle Pigs."
Mary Jane lNlewell's sweeTesT buTTermilk smile. IT iT is all The same To you, Jane, we preTer +ha+ good old smile ThaT
we are so used To.
Paul Day, diminuTive Phi Psi, is a mosT successTul masTer oT ceremonies and The beauTy oT iT all is ThaT The big black
"segar" did noT creaTe any gasTric disTurbances.
We did our besT To locaTe Raymond Parr Tor This picTure as we were sure ThaT he can wriTe a six hundred word
poem on This.
Three liTTle Chi Qmegas ready Tor The ball. llT looks like The Three dauqhTers OT Ezra iusT in Trom Podunk Tor The
The posTman is a very popular man aT The Chi Cmega house and here are The reasons why he almosT loreaks his back
delivering mail To The Chi Omeqas.
IT looks like The Gamma Phis have resorTed To The merhods ThaT moTher used To use To geT us To sTudy.
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The Chi Cmegas prove lhal college girls have nol oulgrown all lhe childish lricks by invading lhe rool ol lhe Chi
Omega House and waving lo people.
The Thelas give us a new version-See no neckingl Do no neckingl Hear no love words! llvlrs. Bond was among
lhose presenl lor lhe leclure.l
Helen Hough demonslrales her skill in a balancing acl, bul Dorolhy Jane Henry is nol so sure lhal Helen can do lhe
New lalenl is unearlhed in lhe Kappa Sigma House when il was discovered lhal Dick Price was lhe walking image ol
Jusl lwo ol lhe Della Gammas in a lriendly mood.-We did our besl lo lind Bill.
Carl Chambers, Phi Dell, wails on a slreel car, or maybe ills a locomolive.
Jusl a couple ol "college boys" from lhe Skull House lrying lo be lunny.
Il seems lhal Fred Newlon, slar S.fX.E.,was making a wide end run when a vicious lackler lrom lhe Tri Dell House
lhrew him lor a loss and now Rulh Mellon lries lo reslore lhe crippled Newlon wilh a back rub.
Sigma Chi kilchen discipline is enforced by slrong man Dunlap,
Some siudenis work lheir way Jrhrough school and oihers prey upon Jrheir fellow men-we give you an ouislanding
example and Jrhe piiy of i'r all is Jrhar Jrhe Phi Kaps do nor 'furnish barrels.
Jus+ a couple of Theias in a mosr playful mood.
A+ leasi here is one girl rhal has indeed accomplished grea+ success, buf we suggesl lhal she Jrry a beauly specialisi.
When Dick Price can lhink of noihing berrer +o do he seeks proof on lhe facls of life and here you find him resling
fhe old saying "You can lead a dog io a Tree, buf can'i -H "
From ihe Phi Kap house comes Jrhis graceful advocaie of a mosr ancieni ari.
And may we remind you Thar lhere is an end lo everylhing.
WS ask your 'frank opinion-can you see ihe family likeness?
Phi Psi Mills rell Nelson Clabaugh Thai he is iusi like Mae Wesl and Clabaugh responds in +rue Mae Wesi siyle.
These Sigma Chis have everyihing buf Jrhe sweerhearl.
IT looks like EdiTh Owsley and Bill Pansze mighT be pracTicing Tor The TuTure or aT leasT we would like
are doing aT The PracTice Home and posing wiTh Jimmy, The lovable boy Trom The PracTice l-lome.
John Zwick, Acacia, wiTh his devoTed Tiancee, Gwen Wilson.
"Speedy", Tor The TirsT Time, is caughT wiTh books as he sTops aT The Chi Omega house Tor a load.
lvlany predicTed ThaT This l-lobarT- l-lewiTT romance wouldn'T lasT, buT They've Tooled us all.
"Squidge" Fullenwider and Wally Thomas in a playTul mood as They reTurn Trom a "walk",
To know wha
MargareT Linebaugh, Tormer play girl, has seTTled down To a quieT liTe wiTh Glenn Davis, D. U. prexy.
RuTh Oman chaTs Tor a momenT on The Phi Mu TronT doorsTep.
A very Tamiliar sighT- Kappa Sigmas own Lee Dawson wiTh ElizabeTh Campbell.
DoroThy Kelly holds up The misTleToe Tor Joe lvlills, buT Joe is shy and anoTher opporTuniTy was losT.
BeTTy CanTield and Neal Searcy in a charming pose show ThaT college is noT all books.
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MABEL ESTER DONAHOE VIVIAN KNOX ELIZABETH AMIS
ARLINE WIET PATSY O'SULLIVAN
MARY ELIZABETH I-IEWGLEY GAYLE MCCORKLE SALLY WEST
MARTHA HENDERSON ANN DURAND PATRICIA KENNEDY
FRANCES PEARCE MARGARET RI-IOADES
VIRGINIA ANDERSON ESTELLE FARISS CLEMENTINE CLEMENT
JANE I-IOBART OWEN WlI.SON MARGARET OSBORNE
MAJEL WILSON MARGARET BEATTY
FRANCES NEAL SARAH MOORE MURIEI. SPIRO
Tom Biggers, because he is presidenl of Tri Chi, presidenl of lhe Derby Club, because he is a Jazz
l-lound, Slcelelon Key, Phi Della Phi, because he is Chairman of 'rhe lnlerlralernily Council Scholarship
Commillee, and because he is presidenl of Sigma Nu.
Lawrence Wilson, because he is a member of Slcelelon Key, because he is an Alpha Kappa Phi,
because he is baslcerball manager, because he is a Rui-Nelc, because he is a member of Derby Club,
because he was a member of lhe golf Team in l93 I, because he is a member of lhe lnlerlrarernily
Council, and because he is presidenl of Della Tau Della.
Nan Reardon, because she is Associale Business Manager of lhe SOONER yearboolc, because she
was Business Manager of lhe Whirlwind lasl year, because she is on lhe Publicalion Board, because she
is Vice-Presidenl of 'rhe Newman Club, because she is Vice-Presidenl of Thela Sigma Phi, and because
she is an Alpha Phi.
Dudley Culp, because he is a member of Phi Della Phi, because he is Presidenl of lnlerfralernily
Council, and served as Secrelary of Jrhe same organizalion, and because he was Presidenl of Pi Kappa
Milo Brisco, because he is Secrelary of Rui-Nelss, because he is a member of 'rhe In+erira+erni+y
Council, because he is a member of +he Derby Club, and because he is presidenf of Phi Del+a Thela.
Lina Jane Walker, because she is Business Manager of +he SOONER, because she is Moriar Board
Presideni, because she is on ihe W. S. O. A. Council and Pan-l-lellenic Council, because she is a Thela
Sigma Phi, because she has been aclive on Whirlwind and Oklahoma Daily slailis, because she has been
on The Publicaiion Board, and because she is Presidenl of Kappa Kappa Gamma.
l-lugh Owen, because he is Presideni of Slceleion Key, because he is a member of lhe Derby Club
and of Tri Chi, because he belongs To Phi Della Phi, and because he is a Sigma Chi.
Frank Appleman, because he is a member of Phi Era Sigma, because he is a Phi Bela Kappa, be-
cause he is Presideni of lhe Geography Club, because he is a member of Congress, because he is a
member of 'rhe Universily of Oklahoma Debale Club, because he is a member of Della Sigma Rho, be-
cause he is on The Oraiorical Council, because he is a Lieulenani-Colonel in R. O. T. C., because he is
Horseshoe Champion, and because he has been Presiden+ of Sigma Alpha Mu.
Jerry Kirschner, because he is a member ol Phi Ela Sigma, because he is lhe Senior lnlramural
Manager, because he is a member ol Scabbard and Blade, Pe-el, Bombardiers, Vice-Presidenl ol
Menorah, Rul-Nelcs, because he was winner ol saber lor maior ol besl drilled ballalion, because he
was all-school Debale Champion, because he is a Firsl Major ol lhe R. O. T. C., because he was a
membeq ol Phi Bela Della's champion inlramural leam ol I932, and because he is Presidenl ol Phi
Bela De la.
Jo Landsillel, because she is Presidenl ol Orchesis, because she is in lhe Dance Club, because she
is in lhe Radio Dramalic Club, because she belongs lo lhe Timber Cruiser Club, because she has had a
prominenl parl in Playhouse Produclions, and because she is Presidenl ol Kappa Alpha Thela.
l-lirsl Sullield, because he is Presidenl ol Scabbard and Blade, because he is a Bombardier, be-
cause he is a Cadel Colonel in lhe R. 0. T. C., because he is a Jazz l-lound, because he was in lhe i933
Presidenl's Class, because he is a member ol Senale, ol Derby Club, Phi Della Phi, and because he is a
Della Tau Della.
Jack l-ligh, because he is on lhe lnlerlralernily Council, because he was Edilor ol lhe I933
SOONER, and because he is Presidenl ol Sigma Chi.
John Robinson, because he is on The lv1en's Council, Treasurer oT ST. PaT's Council and oT The
Engineers Club, and PresidenT oT The PeTroleum Engineers Club, Vice-PresidenT oT CheclcmaTe and oT
Sigma Tau, because he is a RuT-Nelc, member oT SlceleTon Key, and because he is Vice-PresidenT oT
Sigma Gamma Epsilon.
lv1arTin Miller, because he is PresidenT oT Toga, because he is a member oT Sigma Tau, Tau BeTa Pi,
and SlceleTon Key, because he is a RUT-Nelc, because he is acTive in The Engineers Club and The PeTro-
leum Engineers Club, because he is a member oT Bombardiers and Scabbard and Blade, and because
he is a member oT Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
John ForTson, because he is a member oT SlceleTon Key, because he is in Pe-eT, Toga, because he
belongs To The Bombardiers, because he is on The Y. M. C. A. CabineT, because he is a Phi ETa Sigma,
because he was News EdiTor oT The Oklahoma Daily I932-I933 and EdiTor oT The Daily i933-I934, be-
cause he was a member oT The 1933 PresidenT's Class, and because he is an Acacia.
Joseph Rucks, because he is PresidenT oT The Senior Class, because he is a RuT-Nelc, member oT
Tri Chi, Scabbard and Blade, manager oT l932-I933 baslceTball Team, because he is a Phi ETa Sigma,
Treasurer oT The lnTerTraTerniTy Pledge Council, member oT The lnTerTraTerniTy Council, because he is
in The Derby Club, and because he is a Phi Gamma DelTa.
Denver Meacham, because he is a member oT Phi DelTa Phi, because he is a member oT Scabbard
and Blade, because he is a member oT CheclcmaTe, because he is on The lnTerTraTerniTy Council, be-
cause he is a member of The PresidenT's Class I932, because he is a member oT Derby Club, and he is
PresidenT oT Kappa Sigma.
Gayle McCorlcle, because she was Band Queen I93 l-l932, because she was R. O. T. C. Queen
l933, because she is Vice-PresidenT oT Choral Club, Vice-PresidenT oT Sigma Alpha loTa, on The Choral
QuarTeT, UniversiTy Symphony OrchesTra, W. S. G. A. AcTIviTy Chairman, a member of The WNAD
MiniaTure Symphony, Y. W. STring Choir, because she is a member oT The SOONER STaTT, and because
she is a Chi Omega.
Billy Longmire, because he was PresidenT oT Alpha Pi Mu in I933, because he is a member oT Phi
ETa Sigma, because he is on The SOONER STaTF, because he is on The UniversiTy PublicaTion Board,
because he is a member of Pe-eT, CheclcmaTe, Sl4eleTon Key, Jazz l-lounds, Derby Club, because he was
a member oT The PresidenT's Class oT ICZ33, because he was PresidenT oT Phi Sigma in l933, because he
is on The lnTerTraTerniTy Council, because he is a WNAD player, and because he was PresidenT oT
BeTa TheTa Pi.
BeTTy l-lume, because she is a member oT Alpha Lambda DelTa, because she is PresidenT oT The
Sophomore Class, because she is Sophomore Chairman oT Y. W. C. A., because she is a l-lesTia, be-
cause she is a member oT The Young Republicans, and because she is an Alpha Chi Omega.
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Jerry Nolan, because he is a member of Scabbard and Blade, because he is a Bombardier, be-
cause he is a Jazz l-lound, and because he is a Kappa Alpha.
Thuda Mae Filhiol, because she is a member of Pan-l-lellenic Council, because she belongs lo lhe
French Club, rhe Polo and Riding Associalion, and Newman Club, because she is an ac+ive worker in
lhe Y. W. C. A., and because she is Presidenl of Pi Bela Phi.
Virginia Fisher, because she is a Bela Gamma Sigma, Gamma Epsilon Pi, Vice-Presidenf of Morlar
Board, Chairman of Judiciary Board of W. S. G. A., Treasurer of Y. W. C. A., Presidenr of Alpha
Lambda Della l93 I-i932, Presidenl of Girls' Business Club l932-I933, Presidenf of Menorah Sociefy
l932-l933, Pan-l-lellenic Council, ln+er-Church Council, and because she is Presidenl of Sigma Delia
l-lamillon delvleules, because he is Secrelary of Monnell Bar, because he is a Jazz l-lound, because
he is a member of Derby Club, because he is a member of Era Sigma Phi, because he is Presidenlr of
Phi Kappa Psi.
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Dick Wilson, because he is on Jrhe lnier-Bar Council, because he is Presidenl of Jrhe Junior Law
Class, because he is Secrelary +o lhe Dean of +he Law School, because he was Jrhe Universily Independ-
enf Debare Champion, because he was a member of The lnrerfralerniiy Council in I933, and because
he is a Pi Kappa Phi.
Frances Marx, because she is Conceri lvlasler of WNAD Minialure Symphony, Universilry Quin-
ieHe, because she is a Sigma Alpha lola, Presidenl and Concerr Masier of Universily Symphony,
Soloisi wiih Women's Glee Club, and because she is a Gamma Phi Bela.
Earl Sneed, Jr., because he was Business Manager of ihe I933 SOONER, winner of The Dad's Day
Cup, Phi Eia Sigma, Tau Omega, Presidenfs Class IQ33, Universily Players, Derby Club, Skeleion Key,
lnierfralrerniiy Council, Ranking Colonel of R. O. T. C. IQ33, ouislanding R. O. T. C. Cadel of 8'rh
Corps Area, member of Scabbard and Blade, Pi Sigma Alpha, Presidenl of Pe-el, Phi Bela Kappa, Jazz
l-lound, Chi Chi Chi, Bombardiers, member of Publicalion Board I933, Blue Key, Senale, and because
he is a Bela.
Bessie Kniseley, because she is a member of Alpha Lambda Della, because she is a member of S+.
Pa+'s Council, because she is a member of Engineers Club, because she is a member of Camera Club,
Spanish Club, Ducks Club, because she is a member of W. A. A., and because she was Engineers Queen
Bill Pansze, because he is a TooTball leTTerman, because he is a Track leTTerman, because he is a
member oT SlceleTon Key, because he is a member oT The AThleTic Council, because he was honorary
CapTain oT The I933 TooTball Team, and because he is a Phi Kappa Sigma.
MargareT Roys, because she is a member oT W. S. G. A., because she was on The Big SisTer Com-
miTTee of IQ33, because she was on The Judicial Board oT I932, because she was Scholarship Chairman,
because she is a l934 Council member, because she is a member oT W. A. A., because she was Presi-
denT oT DusTy Travelers, because she was The lnTramural Manager IQ33, because she is a DelTa Psi
Kappa, because she is an Alpha Lambda DelTa, because she is a member oT The Sociology Club, be-
cause she is a member oT lvlorTar Board, because she is PresidenT oT Y. W. C. A., because she is a Phi
BeTa Kappa, and because she won The Dad's Day Cup in l933.
RuTh Oman. because she is SecreTary oT lv1orTar Board, because she has served on The Y. W. C. A.
Council and CabineT, because she is Big SisTer Chairman oT W. S. G. A. and Tormerly was Social Chair-
man oT The same organizaTion, because she belongs To The T-lisTory Club, because she is on The Pan-
l-lellenic Council, and because she is PresidenT oT Phi Mu.
Orville BarneTT, because he is a member oT Sigma Tau, because he is a member oT Scabbard and
Blade, because he is on The lnTerTraTerniTy Council, because he is a member oT A. S. lvl. E., because he
is on The Board oT DirecTors oT Alpha Sigma Phi, because he is a member oT Engineers Club, and be-
cause he is The PresidenT oT Alpha Sigma Phi.
Deep in 'rhe confines of 'rhe Li-
brary fhe graduafes hold forfh.
ALFORD T. BROWN, Bus. Tulsa
Thela Kappa Phi: Bela Gamma Sigma: Boxing:
Glee Club: Accounling Club.
WALTER METCALFE, Eng. Eulaula
Pi Kappa Alphaj: Scabbard and Blade: A.l.
E E J
. .: azz l-loun s.
FRANK H. SISLER, A8cS Brislow
GABRIELLE ALOYSIA MC CONNEL. A815
ANN TAYLOR, Educ. Chickasha
MARY GORDON MITCHELL, A8cS Seminole
JOY SALE, AHS Haynesville, La.
Alpha Gamma Della: Y.W.C.A.
MARK H. DONOVAN, AHS Olqlahoma Oily
HARRY E. MOORE, Educ. Norman
Phi Della Kappa.
JOHN N. ALLEY, A8cS Norman
Della Tau Della: Phi Bela Kappa: Pi Sigma
Alpha: Phi Ela Sigma.
HARRIET CORINNE SHELLENBERGER, E. A.
Della Della Della.
JOHN P. KLEP, Eng. Brussels, Belgium
Bela Thela Pi: Sigma Xi: Sigma Gamma Epsi-
lon: American lnslilule ol Mining Engineers.
RUTH STRIPLING, Educ. Edmond
Della Della Della.
BERTHA DAVIS DECKER, A3cS Norman
JAMES LEROY EURBEE, AHS Norman
ERNEST E. ERVIN, A815 Gainesville, Texas
DOROTHY BLANTON, Educ. Amarillo, Texas
DICK SWAN, Eng. Oklahoma Cily
Alpha Tau Omega: Tau Bela Pi: Sigma Tau:
Tau Omega: A.S.M.E.
Presideni' . . . Drury Parks
Vice-Presideni' .... Joe Rucks
Secrefary and Treasurer Annell Criswell
I JOE FRED GIBSON, A845 Wellsl-on
Delfa Tau Delfa: Pe-ef: Slcelelon Key: Scabbard
and Blade: Ruf-Nelcs: Bombardiers: Presidenl of
Senafe l932: Presidenfs Class I933: Edilor
I T934 SOONER: Eanan Im SOONER 75:
Publicafion Board I933.
ALEXANDER WYCKLIEI: NISBET, A845
Kappa Sigma. Dallas, Texas
WINEORD DAVIDSON, A84S Eredericlc
JAMES RITCI-IIE AKRIGI-IT, Bus. NowaTa
Befa Thefa Pi.
IRVING WEINSTEIN, AB4S l'lousl'On, Texas
Phi Befa Delia: Rul:-Neks: lnframural Sporls.
JACK FRANCIS PARSONS, A843 Hollywood
Alpha Tau Omega: Alpha Pi Mu: Ruf-Nelcs.
BILL PATTON BROOKS, Bus. Muskogee
I Befa Thefa Pi: Scabbard and Blade: Derby
ALVIN SPENCER, Pharm. Norman
j Kappa Psi.
BOB LOUIS DLINLAP, AX4S I-IasI4eII
Sigma Chi: Sl4eleTon Key: Foofball: "O" Club.
I WOODSON DAWSON, Eng. WirT
I Alpha Sigma Pnl.
WARREN A. CLINE, AXIS NewI4irI4
1 Phi Kappa Psi,
I i, J. KENNETH ALFRED, Eng. Cnainna
El Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
' LEON ROBERT EISI-IER, Bus. Oklahoma CiTy
Phi Bela Della: Pe-el: Toga: lnlramural Man-
ager: Bombardiers: Swimming.
DON A. PORTER, Eng. Lawfon
Acacia: Sigma Tau: Alpha Chi Sigma: Seab-
barcl and Blade.
RUTI-I MILDRED MC KINNEY, AX4S Henryella
yi Alpha Gamma Del+a: I-lesfia: Y.W.C.A.
I I ELIZABETH SINCLAIR, E. A. I-lousTon, Texas
Kappa Alpha Thefa.
i I I
I I f TOBE e. I4T4ANDEL, Eng. l'lousTon, Texas
I 'l I Pni Belra DeI+a.
Q OPAL IVIAUDE PoINDExTER, Edna. cavanaian
Z' Y.W.C.A,: I-lisfory club.
I I JAMES BENTON MILLER, Law Tulsa
I Kappa Sigma.
lj J. C. HAMPTON, Baa. Ponca ony
Phi Kappa Sigma: Jagz I-lounds: Derby Club:
2 Ill Il lnfer-Frafernify Council.
I "I i'
2 gl WILLIAM B. VAUGI-IAN, Bus, Wynnewood
I Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade:
E , Rui-Nel4s.
I, W. NEAL SEARCY, Bus. Tulsa
lx Phi Kappa Psi.
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LORETTA ROSE EORBES, E. A. Okmulgee
Alpha Phi: Womens Choral Club. I
RICI-IARD B. SNEED, Eng. BrisTow
Tau BeTa Pi: Sigma Tau: Tau Omega: Men's
WILLIAM H. BOLLINGER, Eng. Tyrone
Della Tau Delia.
MRS. E. LESTA COOKE MURPHY, AHS
Orchesis: Ducks Club: O. U. Camera Club:
WILLIAM ALBERT PRENDERGAST, Eng. Norman
Glee Club: Newman Club: A.S. M. E.
THORA MARTHA NELSON, F. A. Claremore
Alpha Chi Omega.
JOHN WESLEY ROBINSON, Eng. Calumel'
Sigma Tau, Vice Presidenl: Men's Council: SI.
Pa+'s Council, Treasurer: Checkmaie, Vice
MARGARET JEAN WELDON, F. A. Enid
Kappa Alpha Thefa: Orchesis: EI Modiii.
MARTIN G. MILLER, Eng. Muskogee
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Rui-Neks: Skelelon Key:
Toga: Sigma Tau: Scabbard and Blade.
GWEN WILSON, A8cS Harrah
Alpha Gamma Della: Pan-Hellenic: I-Iisiory
Club: League of Young Democrals.
BARBARA PICKREL, AHS Ponca Cily
Kappa Alpha Thefa: Orchesis.
JOHN EDWARD COOPER, Bus. Muskogee
Bela Theia Pi: Bombardiers: Scabbard and
Blade: Varsily Polo Team: Senale.
RUTH OMAN, AHS McAIes+er
Phi Mu: Morfar Board: Pan-I-Iellenicp I-Iislory
Club: Y.W.C.A. Cabinet
HARRY MC INNIS, A8cS Enid
Della Upsilon: Jazz I-Iounds.
ERWIN F. HILL, Eng. Houslon, Texas
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
MYRA VIRGINIA AKARD, AHS
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Polo and Riding Club:
Fencing Club: Y.W.C,A.: W.A.A.
FRANCES LENORE DUNLAP, F.A. Carnegie
Alpha Gamma Della: Y,W.C.A.
JOHN JAY DONALDSON, Eng. Oklahoma Cily
Sigma Tau: Swimming '32.
VIRGINIA GILCHRIST, Educ. Coldwaler, Kansas
RUSSELL WILLIAM LEWIS, Eng. Orlando
Sigma Nu: Engineers Club: P. E. Club.
HARRY M. BUCHNER, Eng. Holdenville
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Band.
ORETA HALL, A8aS Norman
WILLARD D. GARLEY, Eng. Blackwell
Phi Kappa Sigma: Jazz I-Iounds.
HELEN HOFFMAN, Educ. Muskogee
Gamma Phi Bela: I-Iigh I-Iaifers: Y.W.C.A,
MARTHA L. CRAWFORD, Educ. Barllesville
WIRT L. PETERS, Law Enid
Phi Alpha Delia, Presidenf: Francis Bar, Presi-
denf: Law Class '34, Presidenf: Men's Council.
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ALLIE SMITH MOORE, A845 Norman
Alpha Xi Della.
ELLA K. HASEMEIER, A315 Tangier
LOUIS F. BOOKER, JR., Bus. Tulsa
Bela Gamma Sigma: Accounling Club: Fenc-
AMES COLLEY, AHS Hominy
Alpha Tau Omega: Ruf-Neks: Derby Club.
BERNICE BOW SMITH, F. A. Lawlon
Gamma Phi Bela: Glee Club.
MARTHA GERTRUDE CANTRELL, A8cS
Alpha Chi Omega: Glee Club: Y.W.C.A.:
French Club: Inlernalional Relalions.
MARTHA COFFMAN, F. A. Holdenville
Alpha Chi Omega: Women's Choral Club:
Y.W. C.A.: Minialure Symphony '32.
M. WAYNE CHESNUT, A815 Oklahoma Cily
Kappa Alpha: Jazz Hounds: Scabbard ancl
Blade: Chi Chi Chi: Derby Club.
MARION A. WAGGONER, A84S Tonkawa
Kappa Sigma: Ruf-Neks.
ELIZABETH BARRETT l-IUSTMYRE, F. A.
Chi Omega: Glee Club '32: Presidenl' of Eliza-
belh Selon Club: Secrelary of Newman Club:
MARY VIRGINIA CAVETT, F. A. Oklahoma Cily
Chi Omega: Glee Club: Sludio Players:
MILDRED FRENCH, A8cS Roswell, New Mexico
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Y.W.C.A.
OTIS C. PETTY, Bus. Amarillo, Texas
Phi Gamma Della.
MARGERY LAKE CLEVENGER, F. A.
Hobbs, New Mexico
Pi Bela Phi: Playhouse: Fencing Club: Polo and
WILLIS OLIVER BAZHAW, Eng. Shawnee
Tau Bela Pi: Phi Ela Sigma: Sigma Pi Sigma.
EVELYN WINIERED AVERY, A845 Holdenville
GEORGE H. WEBER, Eng. Springville, New York
Tau Bela Pi: Scabbard and Blade: Sigma Tau:
S+. Pal's Council: Engineers Club.
ELIZABETH MARY BEVAN, F. A. Oklahoma Cily
MARJORIE HOOVER, A8cS Tulsa
Gamma Phi Bela: Hislory Club: Y.W.C.A.
LUCYLE CLIFTON, Educ. Enid
Zela Tau Alpha.
GLADYS LOUISE SELLERS, A8cS Abilene, Texas
Della Gamma: Y.W.C.A.
H. ELIZABETH WHITNEY, Educ. Livermore, Calii.
JAMES BARNETT, Eng. Greenfield
Alpha Sigma Phi: A.S.M.E.: Alhenian.
THOMAS V. MUNSON, Bus. Lawlon
Acacia: Scabbard and Blade: Bombardiers:
DON ANDERSON, Law Olclalwoma Cily
ELWYN CHARLES AYRES, Eng. Caney, Kansas
EVANS GRUNDY NASH, Bus. Olclalwoma Cily
Plii Kappa Sigma: Bombardiers: Scabbard and
Blade: Jazz Hounds.
WILLIAM HAROLD LANDRAM, Law Kingslon
Della Tau Della: Vice Presidenl ol Senior Law
JAMES RALPH HAMILTON. A813 Marlow
EMMETTE JONES, A815 Norman
DAVE H. STORMONT, Eng. Olqmulgee
Plii Kappa Sigma.
ROBERT WALDROP, A8cS Olclalioma Cily
Alplia Tau Omega: Presidenl ol Y.M.C.A.
'33: Tlneology Club: Kappa Tau Pi.
MOLLY WANDA WRIGHT, F. A. Oklahoma Cily
Alpha Xi Della: WNAD: Orclmeslra.
EDITH OWSLEY, A845 Clmiclcaslla
Della Della Della: Y.W.C.A.: Heslia: Oilco-
DRURY PARKS A845
Presiclenl ol Senior Class: Oralorical Council:
MARGARET E. ROYS, A8cS Norman
Alplia Lambda Della: Della Psi Kappa: Morlar
Board: Presidenl ol Y. W.C.A.
LETA B. RYAN, A8cS Norman
Pi Zela Kappa: Pi Epsilon Alplna: Y.W.C.A.:
DORIS ANN SADLER, A845 Sulplwur
Della Psi Kappa: Vice Presidenl ol W.A.A.
THOMAS FIELDS THOMPSON, Eng. Vinila
Tau Bela Pi.
BUEL W. SAMUEL, A8cS Deval
EVERT ERWIN STONG, Eng. Olqlalwoma Cily
A, S. M. E.: Engineers Club.
CHARLES CECIL VAUGI-IAN, A815 Mangum
CLEDA LUCILE VVELGE, A815 Blaclcwell
JESSE R. FIELD, Law Hobarl
JAMES P. MILES, Bus. Hobarl
LETA MAE BLIZMAN, A815 Allus
Della Psi Kappa: Presidenl ol W.A.A. 34:
Presidenl ol House Council '33: Orclwesis.
WILLIAM JAMES MOORE, Plnarm. Ringling
Vice Presidenl ol Plwi Della Clwi: Galen Club.
MAURICE LANAGAN, Eng. Cuslwing
GEORGIA REEVES, Educ. l'lolliS
Gamma Phi Bela, Presidenl: Y.W.C.A.
MARGARET LEE ROBERTS, E.A. Norman
Della Gamma: El Modiii.
MARGARET LOUISE SWEENEY, Bus. Sapulpa
Pi Bela Phi: Business Girls' Club: Y.W.C.A.
GEORGE T. ANDERSON, JR., Eng. l'leavener
Phi Ela Sigma: Engineers Club.
AURETTA MAE BELLMAN, A8cS Blackwell
Alpha Chi Omega: Spanish Club: Pan-I-lellenic:
Palo and Riding Club: Y.W.C.A.
RUTI-I CHRISTINE CONRAD, A815 Mangum
Oikonornia: I-leslia: Associale Edilor Infer-
Church Council I-landbook '33,
Tl-IUDA MAY EILI-IIOL, A8cS Shreveporl, La.
Pi Bela Phi: Polo and Riding Club: French
Club: Newman Club: Y.W.C.A.
RALPI-I I-IUGI-I KING, Bus. Muskogee
Lambda Chi Alpha: Della Sigma Pi: Rul-Neks.
WILLIAM MAURICE DODSON, Law Muskogee
VIVIAN I-IOLLIDAY, E.A. Oklahoma Cily
Alpha Gamma DelIa.
A. J. DENTON, A8cS Blackwell
Phi Kappa Sigma.
MARY EDITI-I I-IOOVER, AHS Allus
Pi Mu Epsilon.
SUSIE LOU CUNNINGI-IAM, E. A. Auslin, Texas
WEBSTER I-IORN, AHS Ardmore
Kappa Kappa Psi: Alpha Pi Mu: Alpha Chi
I-IOBART N. I-IAMILTON, A813 Oklahoma Cily
GERALDINE S. SPEYERS, AHS Norman
Thela Sigma Phi: Kappa Phi: Y.W.C.A.
JAMES I-I. EOEE, AHS Norman
MARY LOUISE Cl-IAUNCEY, E. A. Edmond
Cl-IARLES BYRON BOLAR, A8cS Golebo
JOI-IN LOUIS DOMENGE, AXcS Oklahoma Cily
Boxing '29: Band '3l, '32: "CreaIion."
OMEGA CUMMINS, Eng. Dallas, Texas
VIRGINIA MAE CREGER, Educ. Norman
MARY LOUISE BAGBY, A81S Norman
Ela Sigma Phi.
MILDRED A. ARMSTRONG, E. A. Vian
Sigma Alpha lola.
FERRIS ELIZABETH OZMENT, Educ. Talihina
Alpha Chi Omega: Y.W.C.A.: Hislory Club:
MARY A. ROACH, A845 Oklahoma Cily
Gamma Phi Bela: Glee Club: French Club.
WINSTON BURRIS, Eng. Tulsa
Befa Thela Pi.
WILTON M. VANDEVENTER, A845 Okmulgee
Bela Thela Pi: Bombardiers.
CHARLENE HANDLEY, E. A. Ponca Cily
Pi Bela Phi: El Modill: Y.W.C.A.: Pan-
FRED P. MYERS, A845 Oklahoma Cily
JOYCE CORDELIA WRIGHT, E. A. Poleau
Alpha Chi Omega: Y.W.C.A.: El Mocliii.
EDWARD ELYNN FORD, Bus. Tulsa
Bela Thela Pi.
KENNETH GEORGE KLEIN, A845 Duncan
Alpha Pi Mu.
JAMES WILBER BELL, Bus. Oklahoma Cily
MYRON WE5LEY 5MlTI-l, A845 Lawlon
Phi Thela Kappa.
R. REX REED, Eng. Oklahoma Cily
Tau Omega: Sl. Pal's Council.
ROBERT MORRIS LANGHAM, Bus.
MRS. AUDREY 5HlRLEY, A845 Norman
EVA LOUISE TRIESCHMANN, A845
RUTH WOOTEN, A845 Konawa
In Alpha Lambda Della.
ANNA MARGARET GOTWALS, A845 Muskogee
Della Gamma: Y.W.C.A.: French Club.
BILL N. PANSZE, Bus. Eorl Smilh, Arkansas
Phi Kappa Sigma: Varsily Eoolball '3l, '32, '33:
Skelelon Key: Eoolball Caplain '33: Alhlelic
OLIVELLE MOORE, A845 Muskogee
Della Della Della: W.A.A,
ROSALIND BURNS, E.A. Oklahoma Cily
ELIZEBETH LOUISA AMIS, A845 Roswell, N. M.
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Omicron Nu: Oiko-
nomia: Morlar Board: Heslia: Y.W.C.A.
JEROME KIRSCHNER, Law Kansas Cily, Mo.
Phi Bela Della, Presidenl: Pe-el: Scabbard and
Blade: Phi Ela Sigma: Bombardiers: Ruf-Neks.
DOROTHY BEATRICE MC BRAYER, A845
phi Mu- Oklahoma Cily
DOROTHY BLANCHE STANDIEER, A815 Elk Cily
Pi Bela Phi: English Club: Philosophy Club:
Newman Club: Universily Players.
GEORGIA MAE BEASLEY, Bus. Norman
Alpha Chi Omega: Accounling Club: Kappa
Bela: Business Girls' Club: Y. W.C.A.
DOROTHY LU KILPATRICK, A84S Henryella
JOHN A. REINHART, Eng. Oklahoma Cily
Sigma Nu: Tau Bela Pi: Sigma Tau: Newman
Club: Engineers Club.
CLINE L. MANSUR, Eng. Ellc Cily
Tau Bela Pi: Sigma Tau: Kappa Tau Pi: A.S.
C. E.: Sl. Pal's Council.
VELMA FRANCES GORTON, A84S Dover
DOROTHY ELAURNOY BURGE, A84S Ericlc
Y. W.C.A. Cabinel: W. S. G.A.: l-lislory Club.
GEORGE KERNEK, E. A. Holdenville
Kappa Kappa Psi: Band, Presidenl '33-'34-:
LOUISE DILLS, A84S Muskogee
Della Gamma: Y.W.C,A.
ELIZABETH MALONE, A84S Heavener
Chi Omega: Pan-Hellenic: Y. W.C.A.
JOHN MASON CLAYTON, Geol.
MILDRED KATHERINE COSTON, Bus. Norman
Pi Zela Kappa: Pi Epsilon Alpha: Business Girls'
RUTH RICE, Educ. Tulsa
MADGE M. SIMON, A84S Loveland
JAMES S. BYNUM, Bus. Amarillo, Texas
Phi Gamma Della: Scabbard and Blade.
CHARLES PECK BLANCHARD, Bus. Taleguah
FRED E. BROWN, JR., Bus. Muskogee
Bela Thela Pi: Bela Gamma Sigma: Della Sig-
ma Pi: Toga: Scabbard and Blade.
ROBERT HUGH BASSETT, Bus. Chiclcasha
Phi Mu Alpha.
C. J. DAVENPORT, JR., Eng. Sapulpa
Bela Thela Pi: A.S. M. E.: Engineers Club.
LOUIS BOND, Bus. Oklahoma Cily
OPHELIA FRANCES LITCHEIELD, A845
LOUMAE DAWSON, Educ. Norman
Pi Zela Kappa: Kappa Bela.
I-IERMAN J. WIRZ, Geol. Yale
Tau Bela Pi: Sigma Tau: A.S.M.E.: Sigma
ELWOOD WRIGHT, Pharm. Carler
Galen: Phi Della Chi: Maior, R.O.T.C.
DOROTHY MAY COSTON, Bus. Norman
Pi Zela Kappa: Pi Epsilon Alpha: Y.W.C.A.
Cabinel: Business Girls' Club.
CHARLES WILLIAM MOONEY, Bus. Shawnee
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Presidenl Men's Glee
Club: Sooner Ouarlel: Track '32: "O" Club:
Scabbard and Blade: Bombardiers: Cadel Cap-
lain R.O.T.C.: lnlramural Manager '33: Eliiah
G. L. YATES, Eng. Barllesville
Bela Thela Pi: Men's Council: Sl. Pal's Council:
Sigma Tau: Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Toga:
TOM BIGGERS, Law Wewoka
Sigma Nu: Phi Della Phi: Derby Club: Jazz
Hounds: Skelelon Key: lnler-Fralernily Council.
WILLIAM M. MAJORS, Law Muskogee
Phi Kappa Psi: Skelelon Key: Phi Della Phi:
Inler-Fralernily Council: Rul-Neks '32, '33: Chi
Chi Chi: Derby Club.
VIRGINIA KING TODD, A8cS Muskogee
Della Della Della.
LIDA RUTH BARR, A8cS Dover
FRANCES BATES, A8cS Enid
MARTHA SETZER, A31S Oklahoma Cily
Alpha Gamma Della: Orchesis: Y.W.C.A.
JEANETTE BIDDICK, A8fS Ar'ClrYIOl'e
Alpha Xi Della: Omicron Nu: Oikonomia:
WAYNE D. MC KOWEN, Bus. Oklahoma Cily
Alpha Sigma Phi: Rul-Neks: Accounling Club.
BETTY FOREMAN, A8cS Sallisaw
Della Della Della.
MARGUERITE BUSCH, A8cS
Cape Girardeau, Missouri
Pi Bela Phi: Ela Sigma Phi: Whirlwind Slall:
VIRGINIA FISHER, Bus. Oklahoma Cily
Sigma Della Tau: Presidenl Sigma Della Tau
'33: Menorah '32: Business Girls' Club: Chair-
man ol W.S.G.A. Judiciary Board: Alpha
Lambda Della, Senior Adviser: Bela Gamma
Sigma: Gamma Epsilon Pi: Morlar Board, Vice
Presidenl: Treasurer ol Y.W.C.A.
MATHEL SAUNDERS, Educ. Pawnee
Gamma Phi Bela.
MYER J. DRITCH, Eng. Tulsa
Sigma Alpha Mu: Della Bela Chi: Phi Ela
DOROTHY SWAN, Educ. Oklahoma Cily
ROBERT W. VAHLBERG, Eng. Oklahoma Cily
Pi Kappa Alpha: Toga: Alpha Bela Chi:
Skelelon Key: Sigma Tau.
C. L. HOLMES, Eng. Henryella
MARGARET LINEBAUGH, A8cS Muskogee
Kappa Alpha Thela: SOONER Slall: Whirl-
wind: Orchesis: Y.W.C.A.
PHILIP A. BRADY, BUS. Ardmore
SALLY WILBANKS, E. A. Calvin
LAURENCE W. ELDERKIN, Eng.
Springville, New York
Acacia: Presidenl ol Engineers and ol Sl. Pal's
Council: A. S. C. E.: Checkmale.
CLAIRE SURBECK, AHS Edmond
Della Della Della: Y. W. C. A.
LUTHER WOODROW ENGLISH, A8cS Gulhrie
Pi Sigma Alpha: Congress: lnlernalional Rela-
, E W' "W
ELIZABETH MARIAN WI-IITE, A845 Muskogee
Della Gamma: Y. W. C. A.
JOI-INNIE TOLBERT I-IENDRIX, A815 Norman
ROBERT LEE WILSON, BUS. Vernon, Texas
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Scabbard and Blade:
JOE ORIN MC GUIRE, A815 Oklahoma Cily
Newman Club: Webslerian Club.
CHARLES E. JONES, Bus. Barllesville
Bela Gamma Sigma: Webslerian Club: Y M
C. A.: lnler-Church Council.
MARY UPSI-IAW JONES, A845 Torrance, Miss.
Kappa Alpha Thela: French Club: English Club:
BETTY ALLEN BUNTIN, Bus. Norman
Alpha Chi Omega: I-Ieslia: Business Club:
DONALD SUGGS, Eng. Oklahoma Cily
Acacia: Sigma' Tau: Engineers Club: Presidenl,
A, S. C. E. 334 34.
LAWRENCE MC COY WILLIAMSON, A845
Della Upsilon: Scabbarcl and Blade.
MARY ERANCES I-IAWKINS, AHS Carnegie
Sociology Club: Riding Club.
MARY JANE NEWELL, E. A. Chiclcasha
Chi Omega: Sigma Alpha lolaq Wornen's
Choral Club, Presidenl '32, '33, '34: Y.W.C.A.
RICI-IEY BERNAYZ I-IOOPER, E. A. Norman
EI Modiii, Presidenf '33-'34.
FRANCES JOSEPEIINE KELLY, Ed. Weleellca
Chi Omega: Glee Club: Oraforio: Y.W.C.A.
Eleanor Kyle, E. A. Oklahoma CiI'y
Alpha Gamma Della: EI Modiii: Y.W.C.A.
BILL C. TIPPIT, A845 McAIes+er
LOUISE KAYSER, A3cS Chiclcasha
Kappa Alpha Thefa: I-Iislory Club: Y.W.C.A.
I'lARRlE-IT R. I-IUFFI-IINES, A8cS Olclahoma Cily
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Omicron Nu, Secre-
SIDNEY PATTERSON, Bus. Dallas, Texas
Rui-Nelcs: Varsily Yell Leader: Varsify Base-
ball: Independenf Men's Associalion, Execulive
LYRTON I-I. MC CLINTOCK, A8cS Kingfisher
Pi Sigma Alpha: Presidenfs Class '32
EMII.. I-I. HASTINGS, Law Tulsa
Bela Thela Pi.
PERRY BRADBURY I'IACKETT, Eng. Norman
Engineers Club: A. S. M. E.: Y. M. C.A.
MARY TI-IOMAS, A8cS Webbers Falls
Alpha Phi: Indian Club,
JAMES RAY WYCOEE, Bus. Tonlcawa
JUNEAL SAUNDERS, Bus. Pawnee
Gamma Phi Bela.
LE ROY BRAGG, A815 Oklahoma Ci'ry
BARNEY T. BURNS, Law Carlsbad, N. M.
Sigma Phi Epsilon: Phi Alpha Della: Debale:
Delia Sigma Rho: Congress.
EULA GREY COLE, A815 Norman
W.A.A.: Racke? Club: Camera Club.
MRS. GLADYS W. I-IINER, Bus. Rooseveli
POLLY TOWNSEND, A8cS E+. Worih, Texas
- Pi Bela Phi.
HERRICK BABCOCK, Bus. EI Reno
Delia Tau Delia: Rui-Neks.
ESTHER ROSE, A8cS Oklahoma Cily
Sigma Della Tau: Y.W.C.A.
GLADYS G. WOODS, A8cS Norman
Della Psi Kappa: Presidenl Dusly Travelers:
President Ducks Club: Rifle Team.
BRESSEM C. I'IOLTZSCI'IUE, A8cS Oklahoma Cily
Pi Kappa Alpha.
JACK L. KERNS, Bus. Oklahoma Ciiy
Pi Kappa Alpha: Scabbard and Blade.
NAN REARDON, A845 El Dorado, Arkansas
Alpha Phi: Thela Sigma Phi: Publicalion Board:
SOONER Slaif: Newman Club.
ESSIE ARLEEN NICKLE, A845 Norman
T. J. EUSON, Eng. Norman
Phi Kappa Sigma: Scabbard and Blade: Pefro-
Ieum Engineers Club.
A. BARBARA ELLIS, A8cS Okmulgee
Pi Mu Epsilon: Pi Zela Kappa: Iola Sigma Pi:
LOIS NADINE TRAYLOR, A845 Norman
V Eia Sigma Phi: WNAD Symphony: Pi Epsilon
HELEN GOULD MOORE, A815 Oklahoma Ci+y
TI-IELMA ELLA STAMPER, A8iS
Washinglon, D. C.
JOHN BERTRAIVI BENDER, Eng. Norman
A.l.E. E.: Engineers Club: Y.Iv1.C.A.: Alpha
HELEN LOUISE JORSKE, Bus. I'Iarrah
Newman Club: Elizabeih Selon Club.
JEROME A. LAUDERMILK, Bus. Wichiia, Kansas
Della Tau Della: Bela Gamma Sigma: Check-
LIDA LEA, A8cS Wichiia Falls, Texas
Pi Bela Phi: High I-Iafler.
CARL T. ADDINGTON, Bus. Yukon
Della Upsilon: Rui-Neks.
BRITT E. CLAPI-IAM, Eng. Norman
Pi Kappa Phi: Bombardiers: Jazz I-Iounds.
JAMES L. LEWIS, A8cS Sapulpa
Presidenl of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
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JANET LOUISE JOHNSON, A845 Muskogee
Della Della Della: Y. W.C.A.
MARIE ROSALIND REEDY, A8cS Muskogee
Della Della Della: Y. W. C. A.: Classical Club:
JOl'lN A. SCOTT, Bus. Oklahoma Cily
Acacia: Alpha Sigma Della.
LEONA ELIZABETH I-IAWKINS, A815
Y.W. C. A.
FRANCIS MARION SETZER, ABQS Oklahoma Cily
DOUGLAS E. BELL, Eng. Houslon, Texas
Pi Kappa Alpha, Presidenl.
WARREN CLARK MCMANUS, Eng. Muskogee
Phi Kappa Psi: Engineers Club: A.S. C. E.
ADDIE LEE DAVIS, F. A. McAles'ler
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Glee Club: R.O.T.C.
I-lonorary Colonel: Sigma Alpha loia.
BILLY LONGMIRE, A8cS Sapulpa
Bela Thela Pi, Presidenl: Alpha Pi Mu: Phi Eia
Sigma: Checkmale: Pe-el: Skelelon Key.
LINA JANE WALKER, ABcS Tulsa
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Business Manager I934
SOONER: Morlar Board, Presidenl: Presidenl
Kappa Kappa Gamma: W.S.G.A.: Pan-
I-lellenic Council: Publicalion Board l933: Thela
GRACE BARBOUR, A8cS Norman
WILLIAM OSCAR WAID, Eng. Pawhuska
Phi Gamma Della.
STANFORD W. WARREN, Eng. Pierre, S. D.
MARION ALBERT FOREMAN, Educ. Newkirk
Pi Kappa Phi: Foolball: Wreslling: Rui-Neks.
AGNES HALFAST, ABcS Muskogee
Alpha Gamma Delia: Y.W.C.A.
JANNET BROOKE, Educ. l'lealdlon
Alpha Gamma Della: Y. W.C.A.: l-lislory
FRANK W. AKRlGl'lT, Eng. Nowala
Bela Thela Pi: Tau Omega: Sigma Tau: Ruli-
Neks: P. E. Club.
I-IILMER FOSTER, Educ. Oklahoma Cily
ELDON REID FRYE, F.A. Cofleyville, Kan.
Alpha Tau Omega: Toga: Co-edilor Whirlwind:
STANLEY C. MORIAN, JR., Eng. Bradford, Pa.
Alpha Tau Omega: Ruf-Neks: P. E. Club.
GATES ERNEST OLIVER, Educ. Ardmore
MARY ELIZABETH GALLAI-IER, A8zS Tulsa
Alpha Xi Della.
WILMA F. KLEIN, F.A. Oklahoma Cily
Pi Bela Phi: Pan-Hellenic Treasurer: Sigma
Alpha lola: Y.W.C,A.
BOB CLAUD SMITI-I, A8cS Ponca Cily
Phi Kappa Sigma.
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RAY T. ANTHONY, Bus. Oklahoma Ciiy
Alpha Tau Omega: Bela Gamma Sigma: Check-
male: Inier-Fraiernily Council.
MARY HATT HIVELY, A345 Muskogee
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
DAINTY ANN LENNINGTON, A845 Muncie, Ind.
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
JANE SIMMONS, F. A. Ouanah, Texas
Pi Bela Phi: Sigma Alpha Iola.
MAY ADELE McFADYEN, A8cS Anadarko
Delia Gamma: Y.W.C.A.: Pala and Riding
HELEN LORINE HODGSON. A815 Wichila, Kan.
Delia Gamma: Y.W.C.A.: French Club:
EARLENE TRENTON, F. A. Jefferson
Mu Phi Epsilon: Pi Zeia Kappa: Y.W.C.A.
EDNA JO FANNING, F. A. Norman
Alpha Chi Omega: Symphony: Y.W.C.A.:
CLARA LEE WILBANKS, Educ. Calvin
ALFRED ALOIS WEINZIERL, AHS MCLoucl
Sigma Gamma Epsilon: Toga: Checkmaie:
MRS. GEORGE H. MCELROY, A845 Mulhall
Kappa Alpha Thela: SOONER Slaff.
HENRY HASKELL PHILLIPS, Educ. Meeker
Sigma Gamma Epsilon.
RHEEA BYERS, F. A. Oklahoma Ciiy
Alpha Lambda Delia.
A WILLIAM C. HARSCH, Eng. Norman
Phi Kappa Psi: Scabbard and Blade: Chi Chi
Chi: Engineers Club.
JOHN R. WALLACE, A845 Miami
Sigma Nu: Delia Sigma Rho: Checkmaie:
Scabbard and Blade: Senaie: Debaie: Ora-
iorical Council: Presidenfs Class.
NELL THOMAS, Educ. Webbers Falls
i7 Alpha Phi,
i FRED NEWTON, Eng. Cushing
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Tau Beia Pi: Sigma Tau:
Pe-ei: Toga: Skeleion Key: Derby Club: Scab-
bard and Blade: Ranking Colonel R.O.T.C.
I933: Besi-All-Round Boy Sfudenl '33: Presi-
denf, Senior Class '33.
O. J. COLWICK, Bus. Durani
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Chi Chi Chi: Jazz
Hounds: Derby Club.
LAWRENCE H. WILSON, Bus. Cooper, Texas
Della Tau Delia: Skelelon Key: Alpha Kappa
Phi: Rui-Neks: Derby Club: Golf Team '3l:
ROBERT E. CRAIN, A3cS Carmen
Pi Kappa Phi.
MARTHA DAVIS, A8cS Guihrie
Delia Gamma: Pi Mu Epsilon: Morlar Board:
Secreiary W. S. G. A. '33: Secreiary Y. W. C. A.
'32: Judicial Board W.S.G. A.
JO ELLA VAUGHAN, F. A. Amarillo, Texas
Delia Della Della Y W C A Coun I
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Modiii: Leiseizer Meclal. CI
GENEVA TALIAFERRO. A8cS Oklahoma Cily
Gamma Phi Bela: Y.W.C.A. '
HARRY H. ALLEY, A8cS Norman
Delia Tau Delia: Phi Efa Sigma: Tau Omega:
Pi Sigma Alpha: Kappa Gamma Epsilon: Scab-
bard and Blade: Presidenf's Class I933.
JACK AKINS, A8cS Harlshorne
Alpha Pi Mu: Jazz Hounds: Boxing and Wresl-
ROBERT RALPH LOCKWOOD, Bus. Tulsa
Phi Kappa Psi: Rui-Nelrs: Derby Club: lnler-
MAURICE P. TRIPPLEHORN, Eng.
Eorl Worlh, Texas
Alpha Tau Omega: Ruf-Nelcs.
ALBERTA MQLOUTH, E. A. Olcmulgee
Pi Bela Phi.
CLAUDE E. KENNEDY, E. A. Norman
LOUIS R. DEVANNEY, A8cS Sayre
FRED SHERMAN, A815 Wynnewood
Y. M.C.A.: Sigma Della Chi.
BLAND WEST, AXiS Norman
Si ma Alpha Epsilon: a el Colon l: azz
g C d e J
Hounds: Scabbard and Blade: Ela Sigma Phi:
Peel: Phi Ela Sigma: Phi Bela Kappa.
GEORGE G. RUSSELL, Law Picher
Pi Kappa Phi.
JACK WHITE, A8cS Oklahoma Cily
Kappa Alpha: Rui-Nelss.
ELIZABETH MCCOOL, AES Norman
Alpha Gamma Della.
HELOISE SMARTT, A8cS Muskogee
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Pan-Hellenic '33.
EMMA L. COPASS, E.A. Norman
Alpha Phi: EI Modiii.
HARRELL E. CHILES, Eng. llasca, Texas
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: lnler-Fralernily Council:
Engineers Club: Pelroleum Engineering Club.
ROBERT KYLE, Eng. Ardmore
Pi Kappa Alpha.
GILES ALBERT PENICK JR., Law Tulsa
Alpha Tau Omega.
ROBERT LAMAR HERT, Law Perlcins
Kappa Alpha: Slcelefon Key: Pala Team Bl, '32,
'33: Scabbard and Blade: Rui-Nelcs.
MARIO J. CUETO, Eng. Buenos Aires, Argenline
GEORGE HAMILTON McELROY, Law Srillwaler
Sigma Nu: Phi Della Phi: Della Sigma Rho:
Scabbard and Blade: Varsily Debale Team:
Business Manager ol Sooner Magazine.
JAMES GEORGE FOLLENS, Law Okla. Cily
Della Upsilon: Phi Della Phi: Inler-Fralernily
Council: Newman Club.
FRANK BLOCI-I APPLEMAN, Law Tulsa
Sigma Alpha Mu: Phi Ela Sigma: Phi Bela
Kappa: Della Sigma Rho: Varsily Debale
Team: Oralorical Council.
MALCOLM HUDSON, Eng. Burlcburnell, Texas
Della Upsilon: Pelroleum Engineering Club.
J. BRUCE WILEY, Eng. Norman
Kappa Alpha: Sigma Tau: Tau Omega: WNAD:
A.I.E.E.: Engineers Club: Phanlom Maslc.
JOSEPHINE HINDERMAN, A845 Tulsa
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Pan-Hellenic: French
Club: Newman Club.
BOBBIE DICKINSON, Bus. Norman
Pi Epsilon Alpha: Pi Zela Kappa: Y.W.C. A.:
Business Girls' Club: Inler-Church Council.
SARAH MOORE, AES Downers Grove, III.
Alpha Xi Della: Sociology Club: Y.W.C.A.:
IRIS LEONA ESTER, Educ. Norman
CLIFFORD A. SCOTT, A81S Pawnee
MRS. IRENE E. I-IUEY, Educ. Norman
ALBERT S. GILLES, AHS Edmond
REBA RAFFKIND, Bus. Amarillo, Texas
Sigma Della Tau: Y.W.C.A.: Business Girls'
Club: Riding and Polo Club.
ROBERT C. NICHOLS, A815 Eulaula
Vice Presidenl of Men's Associaiion: Alhlelic
ELIZABETH BURNS, AHS Edmond
Alpha Gamma Della: Y.W.C.A.: Hislory
MARIETTA DARLING, A8cS Olclahorna Cily
Kappa Alpha Thela: Morfar Board: Y. W.
C. A.: W.S.G.A., Presidenl: Pan-I-Iellenic:
CARLTON GEORGE HOTALING, A8fS Enid
Bela Thela Pi.
JOHN M. MEIKLE, Bus. Hunler
Pi Kappa Alpha: Della Sigma Pi: Track: Base-
JEROME EDWARD MOONEY, Bus. Temple
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Fralernily Track, Web-
MARY OELLA TAPPAN. A845 Norman
Phi Mu, Presidenl' of Pi Sigma Kappa '34
Morlar Board Corresponding Secrelary, Pi Mu
Epsilon Secrelary '33, '34, Symphony Orcheslrag
Y.W. C. A., Alpha Lambda Della Secrelary '3l.
DOROTHY JAYNE HEN RY, A8rS Oklahoma Cily
Gamma Phi Bela, Vice Presidenf Y.W.C.A.
Cabiner, Vice Presidenl Orchesis, Sociology
VIRGINIA LEE COLEMAN, A8cS Norman
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
THOMAS B. CARSON, Bus. Ponca Cily
Sigma Chi, Glee Club.
EARL SNEED, A8cS Tulsa
Bela Thela Pi, Business Manager ol '33
SOONER, Winner of Dad's Day Cup, Phi Era
Sigma, Presidenfs Class, Phi Bela Kappa,
Ranking Cadel Colonel.
SARABETH STUBBMAN, AXQS Norman
Alpha Chi Omega, Y.W.C.A.
ROBERT LEE ELLIS, Pharm. Hominy
Alpha Sigma Phi.
TEREASE HELEN EDWARDS, E. A. Ponca Cily
Pi Bela Phi, Girls Ouarlelle, Glee Club,
ORVILLE W. BARNETT, Eng. Walonga
Alpha Sigma Phi, Sigma Tau, lnler-Fralernily
Council, Engineers Club.
JANE L. STANLEY, Educ. Ardmore
Alpha Phi, Presidenl of Orchesis '32, '33 and
of English Hall '34, Kappa Della Pi, Vice Presi-
denl' of Alpha Phi, Y.W.C.A.
MARTHA JANE DOWELL, A8rS El Reno
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Thela Sigma Phi,
Presidenl, Treasurer ol: Morlar Board, Wo-
men's Edilor Oklahoma Daily, Women's Coun-
DOROTI-IEA HARLOW, A8cS Oklahoma Cily
Alpha Chi Omega.
MAXYNE ALEXANDER, E. A. Norman
Alpha Gamma Della, Y.W.C.A.
BERNIECE BOOKER, E. A. Sapulpa
El Modiii, Orchesis, W.S.G.A., Y.W.C.A.
ELIZABETH CAMPBELL, A8cS Eairlancl
Gamma Phi Bela.
LE ROY C. HENDERSON, Geal. Norman
Pi Kappa Phi.
EUGENA WILSON, A8cS Norman
GRAPE E. KELLER Oklahoma Cil'y
Treasurer ol Alpha Kappa Kappa.
FRED T. HARGROVE, IVIGCI. Anllers
EDWARD T. SHIRLEY, Med. Wynnewood
Thela Kappa Psi, Presidenl Senior Class '34,
Presidenl Junior Class '33.
MARTIN E. JONES, Er. Law Tulsa
TOM ED GRACE, Er. Law Denison, Texas I
Phi Ela Sigma: Presidenl's Class '33: Rui- :
Neks: Men's Council.
JIMMY COCHRAN, Er. Law Oklahoma Cily
Kappa Alpha: Rul-Neks: Derby Club.
JAMES DAYISOIXI IZELLERS, Fr. Law
Plui Kappa Psi: Scabbard and Blade: lnler-
I l I k B b
Fra erni y Counci: Blac slone ar: Bom ar-
CHARLES S. WISE, Fr. Law Sayre 3
Kappa Alpha. T
RALPH KENT BOGART, JR., Er. Law Chickasha .
Sigma Nu: Derby Club: Blackslone Bar. I
LEON GILBREATH KEYS, Er. Law Oklahoma Cily
Band: Monnell' Bar: Congress: League of Young
DOROTHY ANNE HUME, Er. Law Anadarko I- I
Alpha Chi Omega: Alpha Lambda Della: Pan-
l-lellenic: Young Republicans. l
LUTHER J. HOLCOMB, Er. Law Oklahoma Cily
EDGAR S. VAUGHT, JR., Er. Law Oklahoma Cily 5
Bela Thela Pi. Z
EDGAR G. THEUS, JR., Er. Law Belhany j
Kappa Tau Pi: Daily Slafl '33: Freshman I I
NEIL E. BOGAN, Er. Law Oklahoma Cily 3 I -
Sigma Chi: Ruf-Neks: SOONER: Business ,
Manager, Whirlwind. I .
E I 1
J. W. LEVIN, Er. Law Coalgale 5 Q I
Sigma Alpha Mu: Kappa Kappa Psi: Menorah:
Rul-Neks. a ,
HIRST SUFFIELD, Fr. Law Gage 5
Della Tau Della: Presidenl, Scabbard and , I
Blade: Jazz Hounds: Senale: Phi Della Phi: Q Q ,
Derby Club: Bombardiers: PreSidenl's Class '33. X 2
HAROLD L. GASAWAY, Er. Law Clinlon 3 N
Pi Kappa Phi. S
HARRY ARTHUR SCHWARTZ, Fr. Law . I
Oklahoma Cily g I
Acacia: Congress: Band.
FLOYD ALLEN CALVERT, JR., Er. Law Norman
Bela Thela Pi: Inler-Eralernily Council: Scab-
bard and Blade: Jazz Hounds: Derby Club:
Chi Chi Chi. I
DICK L. ELLEGOOD, Er. Law Lawlon ,
Kappa Alpha: Chi Chi Chi: Scabbard and
Blade: Inler-Fralernily Council.
ROBERT BRUCE MEE, JR., Fr. Law Oklahoma Cily fl
Della Upsilon: Varsily Yell Leader: Monnell V!
PIERCE EDWIN CANTRELL, Er. Law Barllesville
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Webslerian: Presidenfs E
WILLIAM T. BILLUPS, Er. Law Oklahoma Cily I
Sigma Nu: Monnell Bar.
wooos HANKINSQN, rf. Law Oklahoma Cily 5
Sigma Chi: Phi Ela Sigma: Scabbard and ', I
Blade: Golf Team: Congress.
HAMILTON DE MEULES, Er. Law Tulsa I E
Phi Kappa Psi: Jazz Hounds: Monnell Bar: I 2
Ela Sigma Phi: Derby Club. 5
JOSEPH G. RUCKS, Er. Law Oklahoma Cily , I '
Phi Gamma Della: Phi Ela Sigma: Rul-Neks: U ,
Scabbard and Blade: Derby Club. N ,
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Presideni' . . . EvereH' Goins
Vice-Presideni' . . Gerald Gardner
Secrefary and Treasurer Mildred Keegan
RUTH M. POLLOCK, A8cS
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
JULES OREN RICHARDSON, A845
Alpha Sigma Phi, Phi Ela Sigma: Kappa Kappa
PRISCILLA FRANKLIN. A8fS
KENNETH BRUCE SHELTON, Pharm.
ETHEL MAE BOUNDS, A8zS
Kappa Bela: Heslia.
BETTY BROWN, Educ.
BOB LEE KIDD, A84S
Glee Club: Press Club.
GEORGE L. THORPE, A8iS
WILLIAM A. PEARCE, Eng.
Della Tau Della.
NEVA CAROLYN HODGES, E. A.
Fl. Worlh, Texas
Iowa Park, Texas
Della Della Della, EI Modiiig Y.W.
MELBA EDWANA PERMENTER, F. A. Talihina
Alpha Chi Omega, Y.W.C.A.
WALTER EMERY, AHS
AUBREY E. STOWERS, A845
FRANK THOMAS MC COY, JR., A8cS Pawhuska
Bela Thela Pi.
JOE KONRAD TRIPPLEHORN, A84S Tulsa
MAURICE W. HANKINSON, A8cS
Sigma Chi, Golf.
SELMA LOUISE ALLISON, A8cS Shreveporl, La.
Della Della Della.
DOROTHY GUERRIERO, A8cS
Gamma Phi Bela: Y.W.C.A.: W.S.G.A.
ZELLA MAY WOODARD, AXIS
Della Gamma, Spanish Clulog Y.W.C.A.
MARION GLADYS HAUCK. A8cS Oklahoma Cily
Kappa Alpha Thela.
J. MACK HUMPHREYS, Bus.
MADELYN WINIERED BUCKLES, A8iS
Della Della Della.
HELEN E. BEEKMAN, F. A. Oklahoma Cily
Pi Bela Phi.
MARTHA ELIZABETH CAVETT.
Chi Omega: Scoliaq Y.W.C. A. -
MARJORIE L. MC INTYRE. A84S
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
SAM MAYS, Pharm.
Alpha Sigma Phi.
MILDRED L. FULLER, A84S
Alpha Chi Omega: Heslia: Home Economics
Club: Y. W. C. A.
THEDA M. DEEN, E. A. Oklahoma Cily
Gamma Phi Bela: EI Modiii: Y.W.C.A.
MARGRET LENORA WHITE, E.A.
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
AUSTIN JAMES RITTENHOUSE, A815
Phi Kappa Sigma.
DOROTHY WOODRUFF, A84S
Della Della Della: Alpha Lambda Della: Thela
Sigma Phi: Rackel Club: Y.W.C.A. Cabinel.
JANICE YOUNG, A84S
Della Della Della.
EWING C. SADLER, A84S
Men's Council, Presidenl '33, '34
Webslerian, Presidenl '33: Inlernalional Rela-
LLOYD SCHILBERG, Eng.
MAXINE MARIAN MADOLE, A84S
VIRGINIA EVELYN KRAETTLI, A84S Norman
Kappa Alpha Thela: Town Council, Secrelary:
Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A.
ELIZABETH DARLING, A84S Oklahoma Cily
Kappa Alpha Thela.
RICHARD A. BRYANT, Law
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Derby Club: Jazz
FRANCES ELIZABETH GRAHAM.
E. A. Tulsa
Gamma Phi Bela: El Modiii: Y.W.C.A.
HELEN HAND, A84S
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
EUGENE MC KNIGHT, A818
Phi Della Thela.
BILL DURNIL, Bus.
Phi Kappa Psi: Derby Club: Jazz Hounds.
H. C. LUMAN, Bus. Oklahoma Cily
Della Tau Della: Rul-Neks: Men's Council:
Publicalion Board: Scabbard and Blade.
W. DIXON MORRIS, Eng. Oklahoma Cily
Kappa Alpha: Pelroleum Engineers Club.
WILLIAM LINDSAY WANTLAND, Bus.
Kappa Sigma: Eoolball.
KATHERINE E. GIBSON, E. A. Pauls Valley
Pi Bela Phi: Polo and Riding Club: SOONER
Slall: Y.W.C. A. House Council.
WINIFRED A. GODDARD, Bus. Tulsa
Pi Bela Phi: Business Club: Y. W. C. A.
HELEN SMITH, Educ. Frederick
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Y. W. C. A.
LORNA COATES, A815 Oklahoma Ci'ry
Giargma Phi Bela: Y. W. C. A.: Polo and Riding
C u .
JACK J. CHRISTIAN, A815 Temple, Texas
Della Upsilom SOONER Slafi.
THOMAS H. COLLINSON, A845
Arlcansas CiI'y, Kansas
Phi Gamma Della.
NATALIE HARRIETT CAMPBELL, A34S EI Reno
Kappa Alpha Thela.
LORINE MEREDITI-I LOOMIS, A84S Enid
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
BYRON HOFFMAN, Law Miami
KATHRYN BOZARTH, A818 Olcmulgee
Gamma Phi Bela.
BUFORD WALKLEY CARDEN, Bus. Tulsa
Sigma Nu: Rui-NeI4s.
JACKSON A. KINNEBREW, A34S Norman
Bela Thela Pig Phi Ela Sigma: Bombardiers:
Scabbard and Blade.
WILSON E. CLINE, A845 Newlfirlc
Phi Kappa Psi, Phi Ela Sigma.
ADRIAN LEE FULLER, Eng. Norman
Sf. PaI's Council, Engineers Club: Camera Club.
BESSIE FRANCES KNISELEY, Eng. Norman
SI. Pa+'s Council: Engineer's Oueen '33, Alpha
Lambda Delfag Engineers Club.
AGNES MARIE ANDERSON, A815 Norman
Kappa Bela, Y. W. C. A.: Universily Symphony,
MAHLON D. I'IICKMAN, A815 Oklahoma Ciiy
VIRGINIA I-IALLUM, A815 Canadian
Pi Epsilon Alpha.
ROBERTA MARY ELDRIDGE, E. A.
CARLTON C. CORNELS, A34S Sayre
Kappa Sigma, Jazz Hounds.
MARY JEAN BOYLE, Educ. Woodward
THOMAS ARTHUR MILLER, A845
THOMAS LEE LAUDERDALE, A818 Ranger, Texas
Phi Kappa Sigma: Kemper Club.
MILDRED LONG, Bus. Gulhrie
Alpha Chi Omega: Business Club: Y.W.C.A.
VIVIAN KNOX. A84S Enid
Gamma Phi Bela.
CAROL M. MC KNIGI-IT, E. A. Oklahoma Ciiy
GILTNER ROBERT LA MASTER, F. A.
DONALD RAY HAYS, Bus. Tonkawa
Phi Kappa Sigma: Rul-Neksg Baskelball.
SARAH LOUISE TRUITT, A815 Guymon
MAJEL WILSON, E. A. I'IunI'er
BERNARD L, GORDON, A845 Oklahoma Cily
Phi Bela Della: Junior Inlramural Manager:
EDNA MAE PAUL, A815 Oklahoma Cily
Alpha Lambda Della: Glee Club.
MURIEL MARTHA HAMILTON, E.A. Ringling
CLAUDE L. KIRKMAN, Eng. Paden
Bombardiers: Scabbard and Blade,
MIRIAM JONES, Pharm. EI Reno
Kappa Alpha Thela.
PEARL E. BURKETT, Educ. Noble
WILLENA DYER, Bus. Miami
Kappa Alpha Thela.
ALMA V. HAMILTON, Educ, Marlow
MARY RUTH MC DONALD, A848 Longview, Tex.
Gamma Phi Bela, Hislory Club, Y.W.C.A.
ALICE SHELDON, A845 Oklahoma Cily
PAUL B. OUILLIN, Bus. Texarkana, Arkansas
CONLEY LEON TODD, A81S Wrighl Cily
ROBERTA RAY, A86 Barllesville
Della Della Della, Y.W.C.A.
ANNA BELLE ERIES, A815 Brislow
Alpha Lambda Della, Ela Sigma Phi: Y.W.
JOSEPHINE LANDSITTEL, E. A. Wichila, Kansas
Kappa Alpha Thelag Playhouse: Orchesis Dance
Club, Presidenlq Phanlom Mask, Pan-Hellenic.
ROSALIE PILLET, E. A. Dallas, Texas
Kappa Alpha Thela.
NOLAN GLOVER METI-IVIN, A815 Chickasha
PATRICIA KELLY, A815 Yukon
Newman Club, Elizabelh Selon Club.
ALFRED GRADY TODD, Bus. Chelsea
MARGARET CORBETT HEWGLEY, E. A.
MARY ELIZABETH HEWGLEY, A8fS
Chi Omega, SOONER Slall.
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FELICE L. WOOD, A845 Barllesville
Kappa Kappa Gamma: French Club.
MARTHA LOU LAWS, F. A. Lawlon
Della Della Della: Rackel Club: Symphony
BURKE MC GINTY, A8cS Terrell, Texas
Phi Kappa Psi.
L. KIRK WOODLIFE, A8cS Wewoka
JULIA KENNEDY, A8cS Pawhuska
Kappa Alpha Thela: Pan-I-Iellenic, Presidenl:
Y. W. C. A. Cabinel: SOONER Slall: W.S.
RU-I'l'l MELTON, F. A. Chlckasha
Kappa Alpha Thela.
DOROTHY FORD, AES Shreveporl, Louisiana
Pi Bela Phi.
KATHERINE CANNON, AXcS Fl. Worlh, Texas
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Sociology Club: Y.W.
LOUISE CARNE, Bus. Oklahoma Cily
LE ROY ROBISON, Bus. Clarksville, Texas
Pi Kappa Alpha: Foolball.
VIRGINIA ELLIOT BAKER, A8cS Oklahoma Cily
ROBERTA LOUISE ROADS, A848 Waukomis
Alpha Phi: Polo and Riding Club: W.S.G.A.,
Judiciary Board: Y.W,C.A.
ROBERT EARLE WILSON, A8fS Chickasha
Chi Omega: I-Ieslia: Women's Choral Club:
JACK NATI'IANIEL RIVERS, Bus. Oklahoma Cily
JAMES W. MAJORS, AES Cullman, Alabama
Phi Gamma Della: Phi Ela Sigma: Alpha Pi
Mu: Presidenl's Class '34.
LESLIE M. BORING, Bus. Oklahoma Cily
Bela Thela Pi: Scabbard and Blade.
GERALDINE SULLIVAN, A8cS Grandlield
Alpha Chi Omega.
ROBERT M. CULVER, A3cS Barllesville
Phi Kappa Sigma.
CLARK HIBBARD, AHS ASIWSI'
JOYCE ELLEN MARSI-IALL, A3cS Oklahoma Cily
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
AUDREY LOUISE KNOX, A845 Enid
Gamma Phi Bela: Las Dos Americas: Y.W.
EUGENA M. DONAHUE, AHS Okmulgee
Gamma Phi Bela: Fencing Club: German Club:
Y.W. C. A.
PAULINE BELLENGER, E. A. Allus
Della Della Della: EI Modiii: Y.W.C. A.
MARY NAN BRYAN, F. A. Beaumonl, Texas
MARY VIRGINIA BINGER, l:.A. Broken Bow
Della Gamma: Y.W.C.A.
BARBARA JO TAYLOR, A818 Oklahoma Cily
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
MILDRED BEELER, A815 Norman
MABEL ESTHER DONAHOE, A815 Ponca Cily
Pi Bela Phi.
BYRUM T. KROUTIL, Bus. Yukon
Phi Gamma Della.
JIMMY MC WILLIAMS, A84S Oklahoma Cily
Phi Gamma Della.
EDMOND C. ALDEN, A845 Barllesville
Phi Gamma Della.
DALE HENDERSON WATT, Eng Tulsa
Della Upsilon: Phi Mu Alpha: Wreslling.
GEORGE M. SMlTl-l, Bus. Sapulpa
Pi Kappa Alpha.
J. LESLIE MC GEE, A84S Norman
Alpha Sigma Phi: Band.
DORA EVELYN MONTGOMERY, A815 Tulsa
Chi Omega: Glee Club.
JOHN T. HSHBURN, A815 Norman
Phi Kappa Psi: Presidenl's Class: Debale: Pi
Sigma Alpha: Bombardiers.
GAYLE HUGHES MC CORKLE, E.A. Elk Cily
Chi Omega: Sigma Alpha lola: W.S.G.A.:
CARL N. CHAMBERS, JR., Bus. El. Worlh, Tex.
Phi Della Thela.
RUTH NORTH, A84S Oklahoma Cily
Alpha Xi Della: Y.W.C.A.: Sociology Club:
DON l. MINNIG, A84S Barllesyille
Phi Gamma Della.
JOHN PlNNELL, A84S Miami
W. ELWIN GILCHRIST, A84S Enid
PHlLlP STEINER MASON, Bus. Newkirk
Phi Kappa Psi: Associale Edilor ol Whirlwind.
MARGARET OSBORNE, Educ. Oklahoma Cily
Alpha Gamma Della: Junior Orchesis.
BOOTH B. STRANGE, Eng. Wilson
Sigma Tau: Kappa Kappa Psi: Phi Ela Sigma:
Pi Mu Epsilon: Tau Bela Pi.
BUD BROWNING, A84S Enid
Phi Della Thela: Baskelball.
WILLIAM CHESLEY LEWIS, JR., Law
Alpha Tau Omega: Skelelon Key: Derby Club:
AVERYL ANITA COMP, E. A. Manilou
Phi Mu: Mu Phi Epsilon.
1 STELLA MARJORlE SMELLAOE, A815
l Waxahachie, Texas
ROBERT HERNDON NEPTUNE, A81S Barllesville
Pi Kappa Alpha: Rul-Nelcst SOONER Slall.
FRED W. DUNLEVY, A815 Oklahoma Cily
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Phi Ela Sigma: Presi-
denl's Class: Scabbard and Blade.
CHARLES RAY FELLOWS, A81S Tulsa
MC COY J. EWERT, A81S Lindsay
ROSALIE SANDOCK, P. A. l-louslon, Texas
Sigma Della Tau: Glee Club: Menorah: Y.W.
J. R. TURNER, A81S l-loldenville
Phi Kappa Psi.
JOSEPH STOCKER, A815 Barllesville
Sigma Alpha Mu: Accompanisl lor Glee Club
MERWIN M. ELWELL, E. A. Fairview
Kappa Alpha: Playhouse Produclions.
CHARLES GORDON WATTS, Law Wagoner
' Della Tau Della: Scabbard and Blade: Jazz
l l-lounds: Derby Club: Bombardiers.
A MILLARD F.LOWRANCE,A81S Sulphur
Men's Council: Webslerian: Indian Club:
T l League ol Young Democrals.
1 WILLIAM SHELTON DANDRIDGE, A815 Ada
' ONLEE KATHERINE WEST, Educ. Cleveland
l Della Gamma: Y.W.C.A.: Scolia.
HAROLD WOLVERTON, Bus. Chiakasha
, I Q Kappa Sigma.
l LEO A. BELL, Eng. Oklahoma Cily
DAN CUMlVllNS GILL, A818 Olimulgee
i Kappa Sigma: Presidenl's Class.
5 A. ERVINE SWIFT, A81S Claremore
Q l Pi Kappa Phi: Kappa Kappa Psi: Presidenl
Theology Club: Assislanl Band Manager.
1 l A JAMES W. MC COLL, A815 Oklahoma Cily
' Kappa Alpha: Rul-Nel1s.
INEZ L. KELLY, A818 Norman
Alpha Chi Omega: Pi Epsilon Alpha.
1 VlNlTA BRAS, A815 Okemah
l Della Della Della.
. MARY GRACE OZMUN, Bus. Lawlon
l is Della Della Della: Y,W.C.A. Council: W.S.
1 Q O.A.
l 1 l MARGARET BUCRLEY, F. A. Tulsa
' 1 Della Gamma: Sigma Alpha lola: W.S. G. A.:
l ii Pan.HeileniC.
1 ' JERRY J. NOLAN, Bus. Norman
Q Q L' Kappa Alpha: Scabbard and Blade: Bombar-
Q S ly diers: Jazz l-lounds.
WHITLEY COX, Educ. Tulsa
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Alpha Sigma Phi: Tra1:l1. ,
TOLBERT EARL SMITH, Eng. Tulsa
MAX A. PISCHEL, JR., A8cS Tulsa
Phi Gamma Della, Whirlwind Slall.
MARGARET ELLEN COOK, F. A. Prall, Kansas
Alpha Gamma Della.
WILLIAM FRED KRUEGER, Eng. Jamaica, N. Y.
Phi Ela Sigma, Engineers Club, Pelroleum Eng-
FRANCES LOUISE MORSE, AES Olclahoma Cily
Della Della Della.
VIRGINIA MARIE MARTIN, Educ. Pauls Valley
Alpha Xi Della, Y.W.C.A., Y.W.C.A.
MARY Jo WEST, Aas Sapuipa
Pi Bela Phi, WNAD Symphony, Y.W.C.A.,
JOHN HOWARD BURNS, AHS Pauls Valley
FRANCES H. MARX, F.A. Pawnee
Gamma Phi Bela, Sigma Alpha lola, WNAD
Symphony, Universily Symphony.
KENNETH R. DUFF, AHS Lawlon
Della Tau Della, Alpha Pi Mu, Scabbard and
Blade, Polo and Riding Club, Men's Glee Club.
MALCOLM W. MC KENZIE, Eng. Olclahoma Cily
Pi Kappa Phi.
WANDA MAE HAYS, A8cS Muslcogee
Kappa Alpha Thela.
J. S. WELBOAN, Eng. Freeporl, Texas
Alpha Tau Omega, Rul-Nelcs.
GEORGE ED BORELLI, Bus. Kinglisher
Rul-Nelcs, Newman Club.
WAYNE WINDLE l-IECKLER, A8fS Waulcomis
Della Upsilang Jazz Hounds, SOONER SlaFl,
Scabbarcl and Blade, Derby Club.
KEITH EDWIN BERRY, Bus. Claremore
Pi Kappa Phi, Kappa Kappa Psi, Jazz Hounds,
Band, Universily Symphony.
R. T. POLLARD, Eng. Lawlon
Acacia, Bombardiers, Rul-Nelcs.
DAN SCOTT THOMPSON, Bus. Miami
EUGENE WALTER GILL, Bus. Olcmulgee
Kappa Sigma, Scabbard and Blade.
CHARLES W. BINCKLEY, Eng. Barllesville
Della Tau Della, Sigma Tau.
HELEN FIELD I-IOUGI-I, A815 Oklahoma Cily
Gamma Phi Bela, Alpha Lambda Della, French
Club, Secrelary, Y. W. C. A.
ROBERT KNAPP HENDERSON, Eng. Eorl Sill
Alpha Sigma Phi.
MELBA MUSTOE, l:.A. Olclahoma Cily
Alpha Xi Della, Mu Phi Epsilon, WNAD Sym-
phony, Universily Symphony.
MILDRED SUFFIELD, AHS Gage
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JOHN R. LAW. A84S Oklahoma Cily
Phi Kappa Psi: Bombardiers: Senale: Boxing.
J. A. JOHNSON, Eng. Beaumonl, Texas
Kappa Alpha: Rul-Neks.
MARY FORD, A813 Sayre
Pi Bela Phi.
C. LESLIE PAIN, Law Carnegie
Sigma Chi: Phi Bela Kappa: Phi Ela Sigma:
Phi Alpha Della: Inler-Bar Council: Kappa Tau
FRANK D. ASHBY, AX4S Norman
Della Tau Della: Sooner Ouarlel: Glee Club.
BILL ALBERT BARBRE, A84S Muskogee
H. DONALD BURCI-I, Bus. Arlesia, N. M.
Sigma Nu: Inler-Fralernily Mixer: Inler-Fraler-
nily Boxing: Freshman Baseball.
BETSEY BROOKE NEER, F. A. Vinila
Della Gamma: Sigma Alpha Iola.
HARRY C. TRENTMAN, JR., Bus. Fl. Worlh, Tex.
Della Upsilon: Scabbard and Blade: Polo.
DOROTHY MARION BAIRD,
Gamma Phi Bela: EI Modiii: Y.W.C.A.
MILLARD H. WILLIAMS, Eng. Marshall, Texas
Alpha Tau Omega.
DOROTHY M. KEEFE, Bus. Denver, Colo.
Alpha Gamma Della.
ALICE JANE PINKERTON, F. A. Sand Springs
Della Della Della.
BELVA CLEMENT, F.A. Norman
Alpha Gamma Della.
STEVE PACE, A818 Dallas, Texas
STANLEY THOMAS TYLER, Bus. Oklahoma Cily
Sigma Nu: Scabbard and Blade: Baskelball:
YVONNE DYMOND, F. A. Norman
Alpha Gamma Della.
JACK L. MILLAWAY, Bus. Barllesville
Alpha Tau Omega.
PATRICIA KELLY, A843 YUICOH
Elizabelh Selon: Newman Club.
M. O. RIFE, Eng. Fl. Worlh, Texas
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
GEORGE L. VERITY, AX4S MCLoud
Acacia: Bombardiers: Congress: Polo and Rid-
WILLIAM W. WI-IITEMAN, A818 Oklahoma Cily
Phi Gamma Della: Rul-Neks: SOONER SlaFl:
ELIZABETH ANNE GARNER, F. A. Okmulgee
Gamma Phi Bela.
NELSON N. CLABAUGH, A84S Mangum
Phi Kappa Psi: Senale.
H. C. DICK WILSON, Law Tecumseh
Pi Kappa Phi: Phi Alpha Della: Inler-Fralernily
Council: infer-Bar Council.
VIRGINIA SHIRE, A84S Ponca Cily
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
ALFRED H. BUNGARDT, A84S Cordell
NADIENE HAWKINS, A845 Texhoma
Alpha Chi Omega.
MILDRED KEEGAN, A84S Lawlon
Kappa Kappa Gamma: Secrelary, Junior Class.
ELTON DEE HOLCOMB, Eng. Shreveporl, La.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
MARCUS COHN, A84S Tulsa
I Sigma Alpha Mu: Pi Sigma Alpha: Phi Ela
Sigma: Presiclenfs Class.
VERNON C. EIELD, A84S Gulhrie
WALLACE CRAWFORD THOMAS, A845 Tulsa
Phi Gamma Della.
GLENN R. DAVIS, Law Mariella
ANNA MARGARET BINKLEY, E. A.
El Modiii: Glee Club: Camera Club: Y.W.
DENNY W. FALKENBERG, Law Medford
Phi Kappa Psi: Assisianl' io Dean of Men:
MARJORIE FRANCES HASKELL, A845 Norman
Della Gamma: Y, W. C. A.
MARGARET VERA SIMPSON, A845 Kingfisher
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
NEAL l'I. MYERS, Pharm. El Reno
BARNEY GREEN, A84S Maud
Alpha Sigma Phi: Jazz Hounds: Inlramural
MARY IDA DAY, E. A. Norman
Della Gamma: EI Modiii.
LEO PARROTT LE BRON, A84S Oklahoma Cily
Phi Delia Thela.
DOROTHY HALL, A84S Oklahoma Cily
J. KENNETH HOGUE, Law Carnegie
Della Chi: lnler-Fraiernify Council: Oralorical
Council: Presidenl, Congress.
ANN CATHERINE TAYLOR, A84S Oklahoma Cily
Alpha Phi: Y. W. C. A.
DON RICHARDS, Pharm. Shawnee
RUTl'I MC CORMICK, E. A. Norman
Della Della Della: Y.W.C.A.
JAMES E. HAWES, A84S Norman
PresicIenl's Class: SOONER Slall: PresicIen'I',
Phi Ela Sigma '33: Debale.
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J. WILLIAM OXFORD, A815 Eloresville, Texas
Sigma Alpha Epsilon: Bombardiersg Webslerian.
HERB FINLEY, Bus. Liberal, Kansas
EVERETT E. GOINS, A8cS Rocky Ford, Colo
Pi Kappa Phi, Jazz Hounds: Boomers: Presidenl,
DANIEL SEYMOUR BOMSON, A8fS
New Yorlc Cily, N. Y.
Sigma Alpha Mu.
EMORY SPEER CROW, A8cS Oluslee
Phi Gamma Della: Whirlwind.
MARY FRANCES GERARD, E. A. Oklahoma Cily
Alpha Phi, Presidenly El Modiii: Represenlalive
J. GRAY UMPLEBY, Eng. Norman
JOSEPH EDWIN WILSON, Eng.
Bowling Green, Ky.
Pi Kappa Alpha.
NELL CHILDERS, AHS McAlesler
Pi Bela Phi.
MARCELEETE BRYANT, A8rS Oklahoma Cily
Alpha Gamma Della: W.S.G.A.: Y.W.C.A.:
W.A.A.g Pan-Hellenicg Riding and Polo Club.
JOE STUART THOMPSON, Law Miami
Sigma Nu: Senaley Derby Club: Chi Chi Chi.
MILDRED P. EUTORANSKY, Educ. Norman
Sigma Della Tau, Alpha Lambda Della: Y.W.
C.A., Cabinelg Pan-Hellenic Council: Menorah.
MAX D. STURM, Eng. Winlield, Kansas
Della Tau Della, Band.
IONE WRIGHT, AHS Paris, Texas
Kappa Alpha Thela,
EARL JOSEPH TROSPER, A8cS Olclahorna Cily
Phi Gamma Della: Polo.
ED PAINE HOLMAN, AXQS Gulhrie
Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
MARGERY BOWYER, A8cS Tulsa
Della Della Della.
N. PRESTON WOOD, Bus. Poleau
Della Tau Della: Polo and Riding Club.
ED BARTLETT, AXQS Idabel
Alpha Sigma Phi.
MARJORIE J. CAPPS, A8cS Ml. Parlc
WILLIAM B. MC FADYEN, Law Andarlco
Pi Kappa Phi.
Presideni' ..... BeH'y Hume
Vice-Presideni' . . . Arfhur S+. John
Secre+ary and Treasurer Ellen Fullenwider
PHILIP JORDAN, A815 Tulsa
MIRIAM M. BOBST, ASQS Tulsa
STELLA LOUISE EISCHER, Bus. ,EI Reno
BETTY CANEIELD, E.A. Oklahoma Clly
BLARNEY FRISBIE, E.A. Yukon
GLADYS CATHERINE EILER, A8cS Olcla. Cily
HELEN ELIZABETH GARDNER, E. A.
MARY JANE EITZPATRICK, E. A. Paris, Texas
EDGAR A. DE MEULES, A8cS Tulsa
ELOISE CHERRYHOMES, A8cS Tulsa
MARY A. GRIMES, Geol. Tulsa
HAROLD JERRY HEDGES, E.A. Burbank
SARA MARGARET FREEMAN, A8cS Olcla. Cily
BEN ELMER ALLEN, A81S Sayre
NAOMI DAUGHTY, AXfS Marllwa
JOE CANON, Eng. Sherman, Texas
MYRA LOU CONRAD, Bus. Marlella
FRANK OZMENT, AXQS Talilnina, Olcla.
KATHERINE FRANCES WALLING, A848 Tulsa
CHARLES WILLIAM WALTS, Eng.
ZELMA SCHONWALD, A8cS Olcla. Cily
HENRY PELFREY, Bus. Bowen, Ky.
JOE C. STURGELL, A8fS Pawlwuslca
BETTY CARTER PARNUM, E.A.
Eorl Worllm, Texas
ALFRED H. SCHMIDT, Bus. Parlc Ridge, III.
JOE SHUMATE, A8rS Pauls Valley
CALVIN D. SHEETS, A815 Andarlqo
DOROTHY MORRIS, A845 Norman
FLOYD VICTOR NELSON, ABS Holdenville
VADA ROSE LOOPER, E. A. Coalgale
EARL TERRY WARREN, A8cS Salina
ERANCES TOWNSEND, A8aS Barllesvllle
CHARLESTON THOMAS WILKERSON, AXQS
ELIZABETH SHORES, F.A. Ardmore
BETTY VERNE HUME, A8fS Anadarlco
HELEN JEAN MATHEWS, ASQS Olcla. Cily
R. DOUGLAS MYERS, Bus.
RAY D. MCNEILL, A815 Tonlcawa
CHARLES PYLE, A815 Pauls Valley
CHARLES VINCENT 5MITI"l, Bus. EI Reno
M. CECIL MURDOCK, A815 MCLoud
ROBERT HO5KIN5ON, A815 Norman
KENNETH EUGENE HUDSON, A815 Yale
PAUL V. DAY, Bus. Tulsa
VERNA PAY BUSBY, Pharm. Halch, New Mexico
ARCHIE C. GRAHAM, E. A. Tahlequah
DICK JEEE YEAGER, A815 Oklahoma Cily
MARY LEE GALLAHER, A815 5hawnee
HARRY H. ELLIS, Bus. Allus
POLLY TAYLOR, E. A. Tulsa
JIMMIE HU5KIN5, A815 Wilburlon
MORRI5 B. VVHITE, A815 Tulsa
MYRLE COOPER, A815 Norman
EARL L. MALONE, A815 Roswell, New Mexico
MELVILLE CANNON, A815 Ardmore
JIM VERNON WRIGHT, E. A. Dallas, Texas
GAYLE TURNER, E. A. Shawnee
MANDY YAUGER, A815 Chlckasha
CHIYOKO ADACHI, A815 JenI1s
E. P. ROBIN5ON, JR., Eng. Nash
W. J. HUGHE5, Bus. Vinila
MARICE VAUGHAN, A815 OI1la. Clly
PATSY ANNE O'5ULLIVAN, E. A. Ol1la. Cily
JACK EATON MILLER, A815 OI1la. Cily
ELOI5E GRAY, E. A. Gulhrle
MAURINE HARVEY, A815 Norman
A. 5POT5WOOD DANDRIDGE, Eng. Norman
ANNA D. BOYLIN, A815 Wadesboro, N. C.
MARGARET JEAN MQLENNAN, A81S OI1Ia. Ci+y
MARGUERITE LOUISE KOERNER, Educ.
NADINE HUGHES, E.A.
MARY LELIA KIDD, A81S
CHARLES L. EOLLANSBEE, AHS Eulaula
FRANCES KRAUSS, E. A. Wiclwila Falls, Texas
EDNA MARIE EUNDIS, A8rS Wanelle
LUCILE TWAY, E. A. Olrla. Cily
MARGUERITE HUSTON, Educ. Eorl Sill
ERANCHELLE EARRAR, A8cS Kinglislier
E. KELLER BARNETT, AIRS Norman
DAWSON W. ENGLE, ASQS Seminole
HARRY G. SHRADER, Bus. El Reno
VIRGINIA COX, A8cS EI. Worlli, Texas
BERTHA L. QUALLS, A81S Norman
MARY LOUISE HUEEHINES, A8cS Olcla. Cily
H. M. LIGON, AHS Wewolca
ELMO SOUTHWARD, A8cS Norman
JO BAKER, Bus. Ouinlon
WILLIAM J. HILSWICK, A845 Olcla. Cily
LOUISE JONES, E. A. Dallas Texas
MARTHA ZAK, E. A. Lawlon
BILLIE BRYAN BURKE, Eng. I-Iobarl
MURIEL EORSYTH, E. A. Olqla. Cily
ERA JUNO COOKE, A8cS Ringling
JACK A. CROOKS, A84S Norman
WILLIAM HARRISON CROCKER, Bus.
MASON R. LYONS, A8cS Nowala
LA ZELLE GOLDSMITH, A8cS Cleburne, Texas
JACK KIRKMAN KOHLER, ASIS Brislow
MARGARET RHOADES, A8cS Olcla. Cily
MARY ELIZABETH MCCALEB, A31S Norman
MARGERY R. MEACHAM, A81S Clinlon
MARGARET THOMPSON, E. A. Okla. Cily
WILSAM GARY HILL, A845 Enid
ROSE MARIE COOLEY, Bus. Olcla. Cily
EDWIN O. SHAW JR., Bus, Henryella
HUBERT GIBSON, APRS Grove
KATHERINE RADER, A84S Norman
I-IERSCI-IEL LEE FRENCH, A845 Olcla. Cily
ALFRED LEON I-IOLLOMAN, A815 Frederick
HELEN MARIE BARNES, F. A. OkIa. Ciiy
WILLIAM S. KELLER, Bus. Shawnee
DAVY JANE MONNETT, A8cS Norman
FRANK ALLAN ENGLEMAN, Bus. TuIia, Texas
NORMAN BURWELL, Bus. Okla. Ciiy
ANNE MCCOOL, A8cS Norman
BEAUCHAMP SELMAN, Bus. OkIa. Cilry
ELIZABETH HOGUE, ABQS Carnegie
LOUIS S. WEINSTEIN, AES Housion, Texas
ERNEST WEST SMITH, A8cS Henryeiia
MARVIN FRANKLIN OWENS, Eng. Miami
JOSEPH M. LEAVITT, A8cS New York, N. Y.
KARL B. RUSCH, Bus. Oklahoma Ciiy
JOSEPH L. SOMERVILLE, Bus. Ardmore
VIRGINIA KLEIN, F. A. Norman
HAL STEWART, Bus. Okla. Ciiy
FINLEY WILSON HOLBROOK, A8cS Perkins
HELEN IRENE STACY, F. A. Norman
REA P. MCKINNEY, A81S Norman
JANE H. HOBART, A8aS Evansion, IIIinois
LLOYD PUCKETT, A84S McAIes+er
VIRGINIA BLISS PARRIS, A8iS Tulsa
DORIS LOUISE ASHBURN, A8rS Okla. Cify
ROBERT MORRIS MCDONNALD, Eng.
GEORGE ANN BEELER, F. A. Norman
JACK E. NUNNERY, F. A. Okla. Ci+y
RUPERT FOGG, A8iS EI Reno
MARY MARTINEAU, F. A. Okla. Ci+y
MARY VIVIAN BRADBURY, A8rS Woodward
HAROLD C. FRANTZEN, Bus. Dunkirk, N. Y.
ALICE MARIE MARLER, A8cS Okla. Ciiy
SARAH KEIL LITTLE, Educ. OkIa. Ciiy
GEORGE LOUIS TARTER, Bus. Norman
MARIAN GRANT HOLMES, AXQS Tulsa
SUMNER RUSSMAN, ABS Henryeiia
JOHN W. NICHOLS, Bus. Ardmore
NATHAN NORMAN RAVITZ, A845 Tulsa
LEAH GENEVEE KESSLER. F. A. Okla. Ciry
FRANK E. ELLIOTT, Bus. Blanchard
REBEKAH JANET SELVIDGE, A845 Ardmore
J. F. I-IANING, A8cS Wewolia
GLORIA P. PETERS, Bus. Norman
MAURICE BAILEY, Bus. Neodesha, Kansas
NASH PHILLIP TRUSS, Bus. Norman
FRED ROBERT O'DONNELL, Eng.
Rock Springs, Wyoming
WILLIAM EARL CRUMP, JR., Bus. Wynnewood
CLIFTON LEECH McCOWN, A8cS Anadarko
ROSS FLATT, Bus. Tulsa
BOBBIE K. SALE, F. A. Haynesville, Louisiana
J. JAMES HARRISON, Eng. Lindsay
YVONNE WELCH, A8cS Okla. Ciffy
EMIL F. MEIS, Bus. Okla. Ciry
HARDIE MILLER, AHS Norman
JAMES ROBERT COWLES, Eng. Tulsa
BILL HARRIES, Bus. McAIesIer
HORACE K. CALVERT, A8cS Saginaw, Mich.
JACK C. DAVIS, Bus. Wichila, Kansas
J. MILTON BARRETT, A8cS Olcemah
RICHARD FRANKLIN ASKEW, Bus. Tulsa
IRENE VIOLET MILLER, A8cS Tulsa
JOE GOOCH SHAPIRO, Educ.
HELEN MORELL, A81S, Enid
BOB GRADY, A8cS Okla. Ciry
SIMS WILSON, Bus. Frederick
J. M. KEY, Bus. Olcla. Cily
PRISCILLA BURCH, Bus. Olcla. Ciry
HAROLD EUGENE EISELE, A8fS Olcla. Ciry
TOM BROGAN ENSCH, Eng. Barllesville
WILLIAM H. BARNES, Eng. Barllesville
JOHN S. FOGARTY, A8aS, Gulhrie
NANCY ANTONIA MEENTS, A81S Ada
WILLIAM J. CAMPBELL, A815 FairIand
HARRY FRANKLIN SUFEIELD, AXIS Gage
DON NIX, Bus. TuIsa
LEE MOLTHAN, Educ. Bokoshe
CAROLYN STEWART, ASIS Muskogee
C. NEVILLE BOWERS, A3cS Tulsa
JOHN A. JOHNSON, A8cS Bar+IesviIIe
D. EUGENE HOPPING, Eng. Muncie, Indiana
HOWARD LODGE, Bus. Miami
HARRY G. LEWIS, A8cS Gufhrie
BOB LOWE LOY, A8iS OkIa. Cify
RAY C. SNODGRASS, A8cS Norman
SCOTT BEESLEY, Bus. BarIIesviIIe
JIMMY NOEL, Bus. WicI1iIa, Kansas
HERBERT HAZZARD, A8cS Sayre
HUNTER CARRINGTON, A8cS MarI', Texas
DUDLEY TICHENOR, AHS
Beaver Dam, Kenlrucky
WILLIAM P. MORRISON, A81S Okla. Cilry
DAVID WISE, Bus. Sayre
JANIE BROWN, A8cS E+. Wor+I1, Texas
ELLEN FULLENWIDER, A8cS Muskogee
GRACE MARIE PFILE, A81S Okla. Ci+y
JAMES C. DENTON, JR., A8cS Tulsa
CLAIRE ELIZABETH TUCKER, E. A. Ardmore
JOHN THOMAS SHERRILL, A845 Broken Bow
LOUISE COEEIELD, A8iS McAIes+er
DAN R. DUNNETT, Eng. Okla. Ci+y
DON C. ALLRED, Bus. PauIs VaIIey
NINA SCRIPTURE, A8cS Okmulgee
BERNIECE GOODING, A8cS YaIe
BILLIE LUCILE REED, E. A. San Diego, Texas
CHESTER K. WENGEL, A8cS McAIes+er
FRANCES LOUISE NEAL, E. A. Sayre
JAKE W. GOLDSTEIN, A815 Dallas, Texas
JOE. M. MILLS, A8rS Norman
RICHARD ABE MORELL, Bus. Enid
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Presiclenl . Frank Hamilfon
Vice-Presidenf . . . John Levy
Secrefary ancl Treasurer Rosemary Parks
Queen ..... Virginia Lee
Yell Leader Herschel French
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ANN ANDREWS, F. A. Hugo
RUTH LOUISE CLARK, F. A. Tulsa
BETTY BODDY, A8cS Tulsa
ELLIOTT DAVIS, Geol. Arkansas Cily, Kansas
WALTER CUNNINGHAM, AHS McAles+er
NORRIS GIEEORD HENTHORNE, A81S Tulsa
SUE NELL BETHELL, A86 Tulsa
PHIL B. GREMM, Pliarnn. Muskogee
MARTHA HENDERSON, A8fS Benlon, Louisiana
KIROL RAYMOND HOLM, JR., A8cS Tulsa
BEE ANN BROWN, A81S McAlesIer
MILDRED LOUISE HOLLAND, Bus.
WALTER B. LEWIS, A81S Sanla Fe, N. M.
KAY VIRGINIA HARRISON, E. A. Poleau
BEVERLY GEHO, Eng. Barllesville
BERNICE I. DAVIS, Educ. Noble
LENORE CLIET, A8cS Okla. Cily
GARTH WILLIAM CAYLOR, A845 Hugo
NELMARIE ANDERSON, E. A. Sands Springs
MARTHA MATHIS, A845 Okla. Cily
JAMES LOGAN MCDONALD, AHS Cliickaslia
VIRGINIA LEE, Bus. Barllesville
CECILE JOHNSON, A845 Tampico, Mexico
CHARLES WILLIAM GROOMS, Eng.
Ralon, New Mexico
J. D. LIGON, A81S Wewoka
BILLIE MAE PLOCK, A81S Eufaula
WILLIAM OTHO SMYTHE, A8aS Okla. Cily
LENA STONUM, A815 Ardmore
JAMES DANIEL STEPHENSON, A845 Geary
KENNETH LOWELL SAVAGE, Bus. Chandler
KENNETH T. WILSON, A8cS Pawnee
JEAN PARTLOW, A845 Clarendon, Arkansas
SALLY VIRGINIA WEST, E. A. Okla. Cily
LOLA IRENE RIDDLE, Bus. Cowela
ROBERT LOGAN ROARK, Eng. Okla. Cily
MILBURN E. ROBERTS, Eng. Slick
JOHN ALBERT MCMAHAN, A8iS Boise Cily
EUGENE C. TRAIL, A8cS Sapulpa
MARY M. LOMAX, A8cS Cleveland
HAROLD L. SPRINGER, AXcS Davis
JEANETTE CASTEN, ASIS Passaic, New Jersey
TED SCHRADER, Bus. Brlslow
FITCH COX, AHS Olqla. Cily
NORETA SIMS, F. A. Barllesvllle
MALCOLM KELLER, ABS Olcla. Cily
JOE MITCHELL HURT, Bus. Muslqogee
JAKE EASTON, JR., Bus. Tulsa
WILSON HAROLD GIBSON, AIRS Tulsa
MAURICE MALTZ, Bus. I-louslon, Texas
BILL EVINS HENDRIXSON, A8cS
ALMA GENE ROWLAND, A81S Moore
WANDA LYNNE DOUGHTY, A8fS Marllwa
BILLY J. SIMPSON, Bus. Nowala
JACK EDWARD McKAY, Bus. Sand Springs
PAULINE WALKER, AXIS Blair
CHARLES DOYLE WATSON, Bus. Ardmore
ROBERT C. FITCH, Eng. Millloroolc, N. Y.
RHEBA JOAN PULASKI, F. A. Houslon, Texas
EDWARD W. CORN, Eng. Tucurncarl, N. M.
SARA MARIE BATTEN, F. A. Olcla. Cilv
ROBERT EDWARD HASTINGS, Bus. Tulsa
HUGHES DAVIS, AGS Olcrnulgee
NELSON COLLIER, Bus. Flelclier
JENAREED BRINKER, A84S Cleveland
RICHARD LESTER DISNEY, JR., ABS Okla. Cily
MARY LUCILLE METCALEE, A8fS Olcla. Cily
BEULAH BLANCHE SOUTHERN, Educ. Tulsa
HAROLD K. BONE, Eng. Temple
LEANDER MQALISTER, Eng. Big Spring, Texas
FRANCES MARIE PEARCE, A81S Tulsa
JOHN CREW, Bus. Slwawnee
PEGGY LOUISE MILLER, F. A. Olcla. Cilv
JOHN I. FERGUSON, A845 Sioux Cily, Iowa
FRANCES SAWYER PECK, A84S Oklahoma Cily
HANNAH FOREMAN, A845
RUTH FREED, A845
RICHARD HAROLD GILLILAND, A815 Clinlon
BERYL TAYLOR, A8fS
CY EVERETT, Bus. Tulsa
V. G. DOUGLAS, Eng. Livingslon, Texas
BETSY EDITH BILLINGS, F. A. Tulsa
F. M. REYNOLDS, Bus. Tulsa
BOB E. RAPID, ASS Oklahoma Cily
FRANCES SUE CECIL, Bus. Vallianl
EDWARD PARKER, A84S Frederick
ELINOR PEERY, A84S Kansas Cily, Mo.
JEAN FROST, A8cS Tulsa
BOB BARRY, Law
MAURINE MARSHALL, AXQS
DORIS EDDY AUSTIN, Bus.
GLENN T. GAEBE, A8fS
CLARA GILE MORTON, A8cS Oklahoma Cily
JOHN WILLIAM HENDERSON, Eng.
Sanla Fe, N. M.
INEZ FERGUSON, F. A.
HELEN FOCHT, ASQS
BEN NICHOLAS, Eng.
MARY KATHRYN FROST, A8cS
MARIETTA JOHNSON, F. A.
KELLER HENDERSON, A84S
MORENE WARREN, F. A.
L. BICKFORD SLACK, Bus.
Kansas Cily, Mo.
SUZANNE M'CLOSKEY, ASQS Oklahoma Cily
EDYTHE ADELE WINER, F. A.
KATHRYN MAE ADAMS, F. A. Fargo
DOROTHY NELL PENNER, AHS Norman
WALLEAH JONES, A8cS Oklahoma Cily
STEWART W. MARK, A81S
WILLIAM JOHNSON HEFNER, ASIS
MARVIN BERT TROPE, A8iS Lawlon
TOM GUERNSEY DE WITT, Eng. Oklahoma Cily
JAUNITA SPENCER, Pharm. Norman
WOODROW HUDDLESTON, A8cS Seminole
J. W. ZUDIK, Bus. Dallas, Texas
ROY GILL, A8iS Okmulgee
BOB EDWARD BARBRE, A8cS Muskogee
PAUL B. GUILD, AES Shawnee
TOM OLSON PARIS, Bus. Springfield, Illinois
JAMES THOMAS BARNETT, Bus. Hilchcock
SARAH BILLUPS, AHS Oklahoma Cily
WILLIAM A. REYNOLDS, Bus. Enid
RAYMOND H. YOUNG, Bus. Frederick
HAROLD GOODMAN, Eng. Dallas, Texas
BLANCHE ELIZABETH MINNICK, AIRS
GIDEON MORGAN BELL, Eng. Tip
LEWIS THOMAS SHAWBELL, A8iS Konawa
ELOISE BRAND, A8iS Moore
MARY MARGARET ROBERTS, A8iS Newkirk
MILLARD S. PURDY, ABS Oklahoma Cily
JOE E. MURRAY, Bus. Norman
TRIMBLE BAGGETT LATTING, A8cS Chickasha
W. DEXTER MOSS, JR., A8iS Tulsa
WILLIAM B. JOHNSON, Eng. Ardmore
DON GILKISON, A8cS Anadarko
HUAY A. CASH, Bus. Shawnee
JARVIS PIERCE, Eng. Okmulgee
ROGER H. DAVIS, Eng. Baxler, Kansas
ROBERT S. HILL, A8cS Oklahoma Cily
NATHANIEL SNOOKS JONES, A8cS Tulsa
ALICE MAY DILDINE, A8cS Pawhuska
MRS. KATHRYN STRANGE, A8iS Duncan
JOE WEINBERG, Bus. Kansas Cily, Missouri
FRANCES LUCILE MASCHAL, Educ. Collinsville
JAMES ARTHUR CRUTCHMER, F. A. Okmulgee
BROWN MONNETT, A845 Norman
JOYCE VIRGINIA HUTCHISON, AXIS
MILDRED FLORENCE SPIVEY, AXIS
VALERIA PINNEY, F. A. Braman
KENNETH CRAIG, AXIS Oklahoma Clly
DOROTHY KELLY, AXIS Fl. Worlh, Texas
DOROTHY VIRGINIA CAPPS, F. A.
JAMES E. THOMPSON, AXIS Norman
JULIUS MAX BANKOFF, Bus. Tulsa
NORMA ANN STOVALL, AXIS Hugo
MURIEL JOYCE SPIRO, AXIS Oklahoma ClIy
GEORGE F. ALLEN, Bus. Oklahoma Clly
FRANK O. HAMILTON, AXIS Oklahoma Ci+y
ELAINE DAVIS, AXIS Holdenville
ROBERT W. KAHN, AXIS LawIon
CURTIS EDWIN YEARY, AXIS Elmore Cily
ROBERT H. JONES, AXIS Oklahoma Clly
ARLINE HARRIET WIET, AXIS Tulsa
ELLA ZAK, Bus. Lawlon
ELOISE VIRGINIA BRYAN, AXIS Oklahoma Clfy
EDWIN POWELL HORNER, Bus. Davis
GLADYS ROSALINE BAGWELL, F. A. Erick
BILLIE WILLIAMS, Bus. Yukon
MARY IRENE WOLFF, AXIS Waukomls
FRANCES LA VERNE MC GOWEN, Aglg
NEITA HOLMES, Bus. Pampa, Texas
JOE MEYER, Eng. Hol Springs, Arkansas
ALICE DRU ANDERSON, F. A. Oklahoma Ci+y
DUNCAN THRELKELD, AXIS Oklahoma Ci+y
JOE WARREN ROBINETT, Eng, Oklahoma Clly
CLEMENTINE CLEMENT, F. A. Oklahoma Clly
OLIVER LOUIS WHITE, Eng. Oklahoma Clly
BOB WESLEY SPRADLING, Eng. Oklahoma Cily
O'Rl-IAITIA LA VERNE CUNNINGHAM, F. A.
VIRGIL WINFRED KITTRELL, Bus. Tulsa
HELEN DEL PHILLIPS, Bus. Norman
MAXINE E. JOHNSON, AXIS Norman
ARTHUR M. MELROSE, Bus. S+iIIwa+er
MAC. O. BORING, JR., Bus. FI. Worfh, Texas
MARION L. HOLLAND, Bus. Hu+cI'1inson, Kan.
EARL WESTMORELAND, JR., Bus. Anilers
JOHN H. HUNTER, A8fS Springfield, III.
S. COVEY PAGE, A8cS CIin'ron
PHIL D. HARRIS, Bus. Tuisa
BlLL,A. KNAPPENBERGER, Bus. Sapuipa
LORENE BURT, F. A. Bar+IesviIIe
JERRY AROLEE MCFARLIN, F. A. Norman
PAUL E. RUTLEDGE, A84S Oklahoma Ciiy
WILLIAM G. ROACH, AXIS Oklahoma Cilry
J. EARNEST WILLIAMS, A8cS Ardmore
JAMES B. FISHBURN, ASIS Norman
JOHN W. ADAMS , A8cS Amarillo, Texas
DOROTHY BESSIE FEINSTEIN, A8cS
I-IERMINE GOLDSMITH, A84S Coyle
DAVID REED, A81S Tulsa
ROBERT EMERY STEPHENS, Bus. Okla. Ciry
EDWARD FRANCIS HUBBARD, Eng. Frederick
L. C. JONES, A84S Enid
N. F. VANDER BARKETT, A8cS OIcIa. Ciiy
FLOYD ROBINSON HINTON, F. A. HenryeHa
LOUIS V. STUART, Bus. Okmuigee
PETE LOCKE, A815 AI+us
J. H. SHELBURN, A815 Oklahoma Cily
JOANNE ALCORN, A8cS Ponca Cilry
LEON R. VANCE, Bus. Enid
BILLIE ALENE WILLIAMS, Bus. Yukon
CONNIE AHRENS, Bus. Oklahoma Cify
BEN JOE BORDEN, Eng. Norman
C. A. BELL, A8cS Shawnee
TOM ARCHIBALO STREET, AXQS Springfield, III.
FRANK S. BELL, Eng. Tip
BYRON W. JONES, A8cS Oklahoma Cify
MARY ALICE MURRAY, Bus. Norman
LILLIAN ROSE, A8cS Oklahoma Cily
EMORY GRINNELL, AHS Oklahoma Oily
NATHALEE COOK, F. A. Idaloel
MARGARET BEATY, Bus. Oklahoma Oily
BOB HANSON, F. A. Oklahoma Cily
ISLETA GALE, F. A. Shreveport La.
MARIE BATTEY, F. A. Cordell
ARO ELIZABETH JONES, F. A. FI. Worih, Texas
EDDIE SHARP, F. A. Kansas Ciiy, Mo.
COLLIER C. MIZE, Eng. Smilhville, Texas
DOROTHY LEIBMAN, A81S Frederick
FRANK DUDLEY KELLER, Bus. Shawnee
The Colors go by fhe reviewmg
sfand as 'I'he cadefs pass in revlew
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY
By reguesT oT The presidenT and The Board oT RegenTs
oT The UniversiTy The War DeparTmenT esTablished Tield arTiI-
lery and inTanTry uniTs here in I9I9. They were aT once lo-
caTed in The presenT Armory, which was compleTed in ThaT
In I924, The inTanTry uniT was disconTinued, leaving The
enTire corps To be devoTed To Tield arTillery Training.
The Olclahoma uniT is one oT The TwenTy-one such uniTs
in The UniTed STaTes. A "DisTinguished College" raTing was
awarded To The R. O. T. C. Trom I923 To I928 and since ThaT
Time a raTing oT "ExcellenT" has been awarded, which is The
highesT possible raTing given by The War DeparTmenT.
MAJOR HARRY J. MALONY
The ToTal number of sTudenTs who have passed Through This deparTmenT since iTs esTabIish-
menT approaches I5,000. Each basic course graduaTe is TiTTed To acT as an insTrucTor oT small
uniTs and To Talce his place in our counTry's deTense in case oT need. Each advanced course
graduaTe is commissioned in The OTTicers' Reserve Corps. Only sTudenTs who have compleTed
The basic course and who have demonsTraTed excepTional qualiTies oT leadership are eligible Tor
The recenT economies oT The naTional governmenT have acTed To malce greaTer The selec-
UEUTENANTI.D.YEATON CAPTAlNI4.C.DEMUTH UEUTENANT G.P.PRWETT
CAPTAIN J. J. WATERS LIEUTENANT J. V. COLLIER CAPTAIN G. R. I-IAYMAN
CAPTAIN L.hL CARUTHERS
RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING
TiviTy Tor The advanced course. DespiTe These measures The
deparTmenT has been TorTunaTe in having been able To reTain
iTs oTTicers whose records oT accomplishmenT are well lcnown.
Since The Tounding oT The uniT numerous improvemenTs,
boTh in insTrucTion and in The miliTary planT, have been made.
The number oT sTudenTs enrolled in The advanced course has
sTeadily increased. Many modern improvemenTs have been
made in The Armory and iT now has a modern heaTing planT
ThroughouT, a library, Two large new class rooms, a band
pracTice room, a pisTol range, and a model sToreroom.
EARL SNEED, JR.
The uniT also boasTs oT a riding hall on The R. O. T. C. Cadef Colonel
Tield, Two polo Tields, a polo cage, and an excellenr seT oT
iumps so ThaT iT has been possible To devoTe more Time To eguiTaTion and mounTed drill.
Earl Sneed was This year's selecTion To Till The posiTion oT CadeT Colonel. Earl has held
many honors on The campus besides This one. I-le was winner oT The Dad's Day cup Tor besT
all-around man sTudenT Tor I933. I-Ie is also prominenT in Sl4eleTon Key, Derby Club, Phi BeTa
Kappa, Scabbard and Blade, Jazz I-lounds, and oTher acTiviTies.
ArT Pansze was The second semesTer appoinTmenT Tor The posiTion oT CadeT Colonel. I-le is
well lcnown on The campus and a TooTball leTTerman.
ARTHUR J PANSZE Cobnd BLAND WEST Cobnd DAN RUSSHL OVVEN,Cobnd
MACK MILLION BRALY, Colonel EVANS GRUNDY NASH, LieuT. Colonel WILLIAM PATTON BROOKS, JR., Major
I-IIRST B. SUFFIELD, Colonel JOI-IN OLDFIELD, Colonel
T. J. FUSON, Lieulenanl Colonel
GEORGE H. WEBER, Lieufenanl Colonel
CLINE L. MANSUR, Lieulenanf Colonel
AL ERAMPTON, Ljeu+enan+ Colonel
WALTER L. METCALEE, Lieulenanl Colonel
WILLIAM B. VAUGHAN, Lieulenanl Colonel
G. CLIFTON WITT, Major
JAMES H. EOEE, Major
WILLIAM KENNEDY KING, Major
JOE E. JOHNSON, Major
ELWOOD WRIGHT, Major
JOHN EDWARD COOPER, Major
HARRY H. ALLEY, Major
WARREN TAYLOR GUNTER, Major
HAROLD J. WATTERS, Major
JEROME KIRSCHNER, Major
JOSEPH GIBSON RUCKS, Major
BEN HARNED, Major
JOE FRED GIBSON, Maior
JACK L. KERNS, Major
HAROLD E. FLEETWOOD, Major
FLOYD ALLEN CALVERT, Major
CLAUDE L. KIRKMAN, Capfain
JAMES W. BOWMAN, Cap+ain
LLOYD D. BETTIS, Captain
GLENN W. OKERSON, Capfain
MARTIN 6. MILLER, Capfain
JAMES FREDERICK HANGER, Caplrain
HARRY H. PLUMMER, Captain
ORVILLE JOHNATON COREY, Capfain
ALBERT S. GILLES, Capfain
JOE D. GILMORE, Capfain
ARTHUR MILTON MOUSER, Captain
M. WAYNE CHESNUT, Captain
SCOTT LEVERETT REEBURGH, JR., Cap+ain
FRANK JAMIESON, Cap-Iain
THOMAS PIERCE BROOKS, Capfain
JOE W. MALY, Capfain
ROBERT A. KING, Capfain
LOUIE WESTERVELT BECK, Capfain
PAT EDWIN FLETCHER, Cap+ain
R. REX REED, Capfain
WALTER ROBERT LAMB, Cap+ain
LOYETT T. BURK, Cap+ain
AUBREY H. RATLIEE, Captain
HARVEY LIVERMORE WOOLVERTON, Cap'raIn
JAMES S. BYNUM, Caplrain
LAWERENCE MC COY WILLIAMSON, Capfain
THOMAS W. REYNOLDS, Cap+ain
J. HENRY KUHLMAN, Caphain
J. FRANKLIN MC VEY, Caplrain
M. C. WHITEHEAD, Capfain
LLOYD SCHILBERG, Capfain
THOMAS B. CARSON, Capfain
E. MARION SETZER, Capfain
JESSE L. SIMON, Capfain
FRANK ANTON BENESH, Capfain
HENRY ELMER BRODERSEN, Capfain
JEAN H. BOLING, Capfain
WILLIAM M. MARRIOTT, CapIain
WOODS HANKINSON, Capfain
GEORGE H. SHIRK, Caplrain
HAROLD H. LE CRONE, Captain
WILLIAMS K. GARNETT, Caplrain
TROY H. SHELBY, Capfain
FRANK W. AKRIGHT, CapIaIn
BURL LEE MAY, Capfain
JOHN K. WHISTLER, Capfain
JOHN JAY DONALDSON, Caplrain
JOHN R. WALLACE, Captain
HAL GALLAWAY, Capfain
HOWARD L. BROCKMAN, Capfain
RALPH LOUIS DALE, Capfain
MARION ALVERT EOREMAN, Capfain
JAMES CALLOWAY BUCHANAN, Capfain
HAROLD MC COLLUM, Captain
NEIL W. MANN, Caphain
EVERE-ITE C. WOODRUEE, Capjrain
MARION SANFORD OWENS, Eirsf Lieu+enan+
W. LEON EMANUEL, EIFSI' Lieu+enar1I'
E. RICHMOND THWEATT, Eirsf Lieufenanf
MAX K. GILSTRAP, Eirsf Lieufenanf
JACK I. LAUDERMILK, Eirs+ Lieufenanf
THOMAS V. MUNSON, Eirsjr Lieufenanf
WILLIAM HERMAN PEET, Eirsf Lieu+enar1+
CARL D. MC WADE, Eirsf Lieufenanf
TOM ED GRACE, Eirsf Lieufenanf
LECLAIRE R. MARICLE, Eirsf Lieufenanf
LEON V. DAVIS, Eirsf Lieu+enan+
EDWARD KILLOUGH STANDERFER, Eirsf Lieuf
CLARENCE NELSON DUNN, Firsf Lieufenani'
ALVIN SPENCER, Firsf Lieulrenanf
PAUL D. SMITH, Firsf Lieufenanf
EVERT E. STRONG, Firsf Lieu+enan+
L. MARSHALL DENTON, Firslr LIeu+enan+
THOMAS FIELDS THOMPSON, Firsf LIeu+enanI
C. MARSHALL GREENMAN, Firsf Lieulrenanf
WILLIAM HOWARD SHOFSTALL, Firsf Lieufenani'
MANION FRANCIS JONES, Firsf Lieu+enan+
PERRY B. HACKETT, Firsf Lieufenanf
ADRIAN LEE FULLER, Firsf Lieufenarfr
ROBERT R. HAMBURGER, Firsf Lieufenanf
J. FLOYD JOHNSON, Firsf Lieu+enanI'
CLIFFORD A. STEIN, Firs+ Lieufenanf
J. ALBERT GALLUP, FIrsI' LieIenanI'
KENNETH GEORGE KLEIN, FIrs+ Lieufenarfr
WILLIAM SETH HARRIS, Firs+ Lieufenanlr
ALBERT E. LOUGHMILLER, Firs+ Lieufenanf
SEATED llefl lo riqhflz W. W. Heckler, B. Gunning, VV. W. Leaf, E. J. Trosper, W. F. Welch, B. M. Weisser,
L. J. Slrickland, J. P. Wilkins, J. Ice, W. A. Jones, R. F. Long, V. F. Igo, J. B. Welcher, T. A. Hinson
J. T. Criswell, J. G. Ray.
STANDING Ilefl lo riqhllz J. Akrighl, E. J. Heinze, M. S. Slilwell, R. D. Ewing, R. S. Harris, J. E. Byers, H. W.
Harms, R. K. Henderson, W. M. Simpson, J. E. Merles, H. McCullough, F. E. Brown, W. IZ. Krueger, B. L.
Gordon, F. J. McCann, F. O. Bohn, R. Hollinsworlh, R. H. Slover, R. G. Jones, H. O. Lamberl.
SEATED Ilefl +o righllz H. L. Gasaway, E. L. Taylor, J. Einhorn, D. H. Cowan, T. Hopkins, G. A. Norlhrip, L. A.
Bergen, D. E. Hollingsworlh, K. B. Shellon, T. O. Criswell, C. N. Chambers, R. L. Hickox, W. J. Freeland,
J. R. Marly.
STANDING Ilefl Io righllz J. W. Melcalf, W. K. Powers, R. L. Lanclcasler, J. D. Fellers, T. W. Darnall, H. J.
Darnall, H. J. Gordon, M. F. Lowrance, J. T. Fishburn, F. W. Dunlevy, O. W. Noland, W. D. Lanogan,
H. C. Rowland, R. James, M. Allen.
SEATED llell To riglill: J. W. Byrd, T. Jones, J. H. Weiland, G. P. Gardner, G. H. Slaley, F. R. Barker, Ed
Bar+le++, R. D. Roys, J. W. McLeod, S. T. Tyler, C. W. Dinger, Max Slunlz, D. W. Weir, H. C. Blake.
STANDING llefl' lo riglwllz E. L. Killingsworllw, N. E. Sloul, B. B. Slranqe, L. M. Boring, J. A. Kinnebrew, J. M.
Humphries, H. C. Luman, J. W. Major, H. E. Massey, B. Amend, P. S. Clay, Bill Tulin, F. L. Killingsworllm,
H. L. Peek.
SEATED llefl To riqlillz C. P. Kluck, M. D. Hickman, E. T. Wliile, N. E. McKnigl1l, G. C. DeHaas, F. J. Hoyl,
R. M. Henderson, James Doyle, J. Nolan, J. W. Slacy, P. H. Moody, E. E. Garrison, W. A. Pearce, Don
STANDING llefr To riglwll: V. S. Belwan, J. T. Tillingluasl, R. K. Beck, T. M. Finney, J. J. Harrison, E. W. Gill,
K. R. Duff, D. D. Washburn, P. C. Duncan, J. E. Walker, C. M. McCaleb, J. A. Kirlon, E. G. McCurJrain,
W. G. Bray.
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MILITARY ACTIVITIES AROUND TI-IE CAMPUS
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The pledges en+er'I'ain mem-
bers wi1'h s'I'un'rs during fhe
dinner hour a+ fhe Pi Phi house.
Kappa Alpha TheTa, The TirsT naTional
women's TraTerniTy To esTablish a chap-
Ter on The campus oT The UniversiTy, was
Tounded in l87O aT DePauw UniversiTy,
The Oklahoma chapTer is Alpha Omi-
cron oT The naTional organizaTion. IT
was insTalled in I909 and was The 38Th
chapTer oT The naTional, which now in-
cludes 53 chapTers and I5,000 members.
This sororiTy was noT only The TirsT on
The Oklahoma campus buT also The TirsT
women's TraTerniTy in The counTry organ-
ized on principles similar To The men's
organizaTions and loearing a Greek leT-
DoubTs as To The advisabiliTy OT high-
er educaTion Tor women and The scarciTy
oT colleges which granTed women equal
privileges made The organizaTion oT a
women's TraTerniTy experimenTal.
Helen FochT Tells Pickrel and ElizabeTh
Darling a Thing or Three.
Mrs. Abner Faye Bond, a perTecT
lady and a charming hosTess.
Anderson, SchoTield, Turner, and
lv1elTon Take life easy and enjoy Their
A clever combinaTion oT boTh loeauTy
and brains is Touncl in lv1argareT Line-
Josephine LandsiTTel, popular dramaT-
ic sTar, is chapTer presidenT.
Miriam Jones appears as Tresh aTTer
The game as she did beTore.
Sue SchoTield and Louise Kayser re-
Turn Trom a sTrenuous day in The class-
The presenT chapTer home, locaTed aT
845 ChauTauqua, was TirsT occupied in
The Tall oT I93I.
CLASS OF I934
Mariella Darling, Helen Hullo, Louise Kayser, Virginia Kraellli, Margarel Linebaugh, Calh-
arine Mullin, Barbara Piclcrel, Kalhren Sherill, Elizabelh Sinclair, Mary Trapp, Margarel Jean
Weldon, Libbie Loar, Grace Carr.
CLASS OF I935
Frances Bridges, Belly Ann Clinch, Elizabelh Darling, Virginia Rulh Genlry, Marion Hauclc,
Julia Kennedy, Josephine Landsillel, Phoebe Larirnore, Cornelia Lynde, Sally Moore, Rosalie
Pillel, Elizabelh Ann McMurray, Glenna Faye Colwiclc, Margarel Duvall, 'Willena Dyer,
'Nalalie Campbell, 'Elizabelh Haney, 'Miriam Jones, 'Emma Louise Walker, 'Wanda Mae
Hays, 'Virginia Anderson, 'Rulh Mellon, 'Palricia Kennedy, 'Gayle Turner.
CLASS OF I936
Louise Baugh, Maurine Harvey, Susan McBirney, Jane Owen, 'Helen Barnes, 'Sue Scholield
'Charlolle Anne Davis, 'Nancy Meenls, 'Evelyn Gray, 'Slella Louise Fisher, 'Virginia
Springer, 'Virginia Cox, 'Helen Morell, 'Louise Johnson.
CLASS OF I937
'Sally Virginia Wesl, 'Belly Henderson, 'La Rue De Lana, 'Elinor Peery, 'Rulh Darling.
'Mary Margarel Roberls, 'Helen Fochl, 'Margarel Ellen Randerson, 'Rulh Owen, 'Palricia
Della Della Della was lhe second na-
lional sororily lo insfall a chapler al lhe
Universily, lhe local chapler being ac-
cepled as Thela Gamma ol lhe nalional
in IQIO. Previous lo lhal lime lhe local
group had been a lilerary sociely,
Thela Della Rho.
Four members ol lhe class ol l889 al
Boslon Universily associaled lhemselves
wilh sevenleen members ol lower classes
lo lormulale lhe lirsl chapler ol Della
Della Della. This was on Thanksgiving
Eve in I888.
Many chaplers ol lhe organizalion
have been lormed by absorbing locals
as was lhe case al Qlclahoma.
A guarlerly magazine, lhe Tridenl,
has been issued conlinuously since I89l
by lhe nalional.
Mrs. Grace Trosper, lhe chapler
hosless, has long been a campus lavor-
lmporlanl business is pending when
lhree such aslule managers as lhese gel
A homogeneous rnixlure ol prelly
co-eds is represenled here.
ll is nol every day lhal lhe sun can
shine on such a be-aulilul group as lhis
Yvonne Welch and Palsy O'Sullivan
render a duel lor lhe boys.
This side door enlrance is a popular
place on a warm spring evening.
This has been called "a lhorn be-
lween lwo Pansies."
The Tri Dells have occupied lhis
home al 700 Elm lor lhe pasl len years.
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CLASS OF I934
Edilh Owsley, 'Rulh Slripling, Janel Johnson, Jo Ella Vaughan, Marie Reedy, Harriel Shellen-
berger, Jean Black, Belly Scheble, Elizabelh Bowling.
CLASS OF I935
'Neva Hodges, Nadine Sherman, Dorolhy Woodrull, Rulh McCormick, Kalherine Spradling,
Janice Young, Mary Grace Ozrnun, Frances Morse, Roberla Ray, Zelrna Allison, Vinila Bras,
Marjorie Boyer, 'Madelyn Buckles, Clara Serbac, 'Pauline Bellenger, Virginia Todd, Frances
CLASS OF 1936
Palsy O'Sullivan, Marlha Lou Laws, Franchella Farrar, Kalherine Rader, Alice Jane Pinlcerlon,
Yvonne Welch, Belly Foreman, 'Geniveve Johnslone, Georgia Lee Abboll.
CLASS OF I937
'Melba Cooper, 'Mary Alice Murray, 'Marlha Henderson, 'Ann Andrews, 'Mildred Spivey,
'Dorolhy Nell Penner, 'Rosemary Parks, 'Jane Ellen Reeves, 'Helen Sipes.
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PI BETA PHI
Pi BeTa Phi was The TirsT organizaTion
oT college women organized as a na-
Tional college TraTerniTy. IT was Tound-
ed in I867, aT MonmouTh College, as
l. C. Sorosis. In l883 The members
adopTed The Greek leTTer name as a
sub-TiTle. Five years laTer The original
name was disconTinued and The Greek
name was reTained.
Oklahoma Alpha chapTer was in-
sTalled on The UniversiTy campus in
ln l9I2 a seTTlemenT school was es-
Tablished aT GaTlinburg, Tennessee, as a
memorial To The Tounders oT The na-
Tional. The school is supporTed by vol-
unTary conTribuTions, no Tax having ever
been levied on TraTerniTy members Tor
DoT Ford, a charming young modern
aTTracTively aTTired in a mosT romanTic
"Polly" Taylor, "Polly" ParroT, and
Bob Campbell Tinds Mary Ford and
Perk Young a TriTle heavier Than he had
Mary Jo WesT, Miriam BobsT, and
DOT Ford play peek-a-boo amidsT The
This is iusT a sample OT whaT may be
Tound aT The Pi Phi hangouT by ener-
geTic young men.
The kiTchen "scullions" halT Their la-
bors and pose Tor us.
Miss Gladys Scivally, hosTess, is her-
selT a member oT Pi BeTa Phi.
This new colonial sTyle house has only
been occupied Two years by The Pi Phis.
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CLASS OF I934
Marguerile Busch, Margery Clevenger, Thuda Mae Filhiol, Marguerife Gurley, Charlene
Handley, Wilma Klein, Lida Lee, Alberfa Mcl.oulh, Josephine Parlerson, Jane Simmons,
Dorofhy Slandiler, Mary Elizabefh Slanlon, Margaref Sweeney, Pauline Townsend, Terese
Edwards, Phyllis Seago.
CLASS OF I935
Eslelle Fariss, Dorofhy Ford, Mary Ford, Kalherine Gibson, Winilired Goddard, Anna Per-
kins Young, 'Arline Wief, 'Mary Jo Wesl, 'Susan Jane McWilliams, 'Gary McCall, 'Mabel
Esker Donahoe, 'Nell Childers.
CLASS OF I936
Eloise Cherryhomes, Louise Jackson, Jerry Mason, Pauline Taylor, Kafherine Walling, 'Mir-
iam Bobsf, 'Grace Marie Pfile, 'Elizabefh Shores, 'Margaref Thompson, 'Claire Tucker.
CLASS OF I937
'Joanne Alcorn, 'Sue Nell Belhel, 'Sarah Billups, 'Belly Boddy, 'Ann Boylin, 'Rufh Clark,
'Elaine Davis, 'Helen Downing, 'Islefa Gayle, 'Virginia Lee 'Frances Peck, 'Norma Slovall.
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Kappa Kappa Gamma was organized
al Monmoulh College, Monmoulh, llli-
nois, in l87O, bul did nol make ils pub-
lic appearance unlil lhe lollowing year
in Cclober. The local chapler, Bela
Thela ol lhe nalional, was inslalled in
The lirsl nalional convenlion was held
in I89I, al Boslon, Massachusells.
Usually lhe convenlion is held every lwo
years during lhe summer vacalion.
However, during lhe World War, lhe
I9I8 convenlion was nol held in order
lhal lhe money lhus saved mighl be de-
voled lo reliel worlc in France.
Slopped en roule lo classes.
Mrs. Lucille Wesl, lhe Kappa hosless,
walches lovingly over all lhe girls en-
lrusled lo her care.
These lour pledge sislers seem lo gel
a greal deal ol enioymenl oul ol lile.
Myra Akard plays slrong lady and
lills lillle Dainly Ann Lenninglon lo her
Jusl imagine whal a hard lime lhe
pup musl have. How would you like lo
be locked up in lhere wilh all lhose
Virginia Shire, presidenl, smiles prel-
lily lor us.
Frances Pearce correcls Bobbie Hol-
The Kappa house al 5I9 Boulevard
was occupied in l925.
CLASS OF I934
Marlha Jane Dowell, Lina Jane Walker, Mary Agnes Riley, Calherine Anne Hiviclc, Myra
Alcard, Heloise Smarll, Mildred French, Harriell Hulilhines, Josephine Hindman, Addie Lee
Davis, Ann Ragsdale, Elizabefh Amis, Mildred Chase, Virginia Lee Coleman, Dainly Ann
Lenninglon, Mary Hall Hively.
CLASS OF I935
Mariorie Mclnlyre, 'Helen Hand, 'Joyce Marshall, 'Barbara Jo Taylor, Virginia Shire,
'Lorine Loomis, 'Mildred Keegan, 'Margarel Simpson, Kalherine Cannon, 'Joy Welch,
'Felice Wood, 'Helen Srnilh, 'Rulh Pollock, 'Lenora While.
CLASS OF I936
'Billie Mae Ploclc, 'Helen Gardner, Harrie? Shands, 'Rose Marie Cooley, Louise Coflield,
'Melville Cannon, 'Janie Brown, Lucille Tway, 'Jane Filzpalriclc, 'Belly Canfield, 'Blarney
Frisbie, Polly Pruilf, 'Mary Hulihines, Doris Chrislian, 'Wilsam Gary Hill.
CLASS OF I937
'Belsy Billings, 'Frances McGowen, 'Be Ann Brown, 'Beryl Taylor, 'Frances Pearce, 'Jean
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Alpha Chi Omega was Tounded aT
DePauw UniversiTy, GreencasTIe, Indi-
ana, Oc:Tober I5, I885. Since iTs ouT-
seT The sororiTy has shown an aggressive
inTeresT in The TurTherance and cuITiva-
Tion oT The Tine arTs.
In I9I I, Alpha Chi Omega erecTed
Their STar STudio aT The McDowell Me-
morial AssociaTion, PeTersborough, New
I-Iampshire. The use oT The sTudio is
awarded annually by The associaTion To
a creaTive worker in IiTeraTure, music, or
arT, wheTher a member OT The TraTerniTy
There are 47 chapTers and over 7500
members OT Alpha Chi Omega. The Io-
cal chapTer, Psi oT The naTionaI organi-
zaTion, was insTaIIed on The campus on
January I4, I9I6, when TiTTeen members
I-Iere's a mighTy smooTh looking
group oT girls iT you ask our opinion.
MoTher Weir has become a mosT
The cream oT The crop.
Morene Warren and Mildred Long
mediTaTe on Their respec:Tive daTes Tor
Ivlae Pearl Sullivan and Ferris OzmenT
on The verge oT breaking The "no car"
Mildred Russell and OzmenT add col-
or and charm To The auTumnal scene
Sophomore PresidenT BeTTy I-Iume
hobnobs wiTh Grand Ad ParTy Sachem
IvIarTha Coffman Tells The girls a Tunny
sTory and geTs a hearTy laugh.
Psi ChapTer oT Alpha Chi Omega
have Their home aT IO3 W. Boyd.
CLASS OF l934
Georgia Mae Beasley, Aurefia Mae Bellrnan, 'Belly Bunfin, Marflwa Canlrell, Marllna Cold'
man, 'Edna Jo Fanning, Opal Freeland, Dorollwea Harlow, Doroflny Hume, Elizabellw Mahoney,
Thora Nelson, Ferris Elizabeflw Ozmenf, Sarabefh Slubbman, Jean Wolff.
CLASS OF I935
'Doroflwy Campbell, 'Mildred Fuller, 'Nadine Hawkins, 'Mildred Long, Mariorie Newbern
Melba Permenfer, Mildred Russell, 'Bernice Venable, Joyce Wrignf.
CLASS OF I936
'Myra Conrad, 'Gladys Eiler, Muriel Forsyflwe, Belly Hume, Inez Kelly, Virginia Klein, 'Mar-
guerife Koerner, 'Francys Krauss, Muriel Minniclc,
CLASS OF l937
'Margaref Beafly, 'clemenline Clemenl, 'Marielfa Jolnnson, 'Blanche Minniclc, 'Morene
Warren, 'Mary Wolff.
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Alpha Phi was founded al Syracuse
Universiiy on Oclober 20, l872. Ex-
pansion was noi s+ar+ed by The organi-
zalion unlil I88I when a chapler was
esfablished al Norihweslern Universily.
Alpha Phi has lhe dis+inc+ion of being
one of The few women's fra+erni+ies lhal
have never had +o wifhdraw a chaplrer.
Al presenjr There are 28 chaplers of
The Syracuse chapler was The firsl
chapler of a women's fralrernily ever To
own or occupy a chapier house. This
was buillr in I886.
During 'rhe World War, Alpha Phi
supporled a+ Rouen, France, a foyer lor
women munilion worlcers. The foyer con-
sisied of a recrealion room, cafe, and
Phi chapler of The nalional organiza-
Jrion was inslalled al Oklahoma Univer-
sil'y in I9l7.
l-lilmer Posler is every inch a queen.
lvlofher Van Norman lakes +he spol-
Jus+ siHing on Jrhe slep wailing for
The poslrman, or somebody.
Did you ever play "horsy"? You
should because i+'s more fun. A+ leasi
Roads, lvlalhews and Taylor seem +o
Mary Frances Gerard is fhe Presiclenl
ol Alpha Phi in addilion 'ro her many
olher campus acfivilies.
No, Jrhese are noi senorilas in l-lavana
buf loyal Sooners and good Alpha Phis.
Phi Chapler moved in+o i+s preseni
home al 640 Elm in l926.
Malinda Brown, Nancy Saunders, Mary Gordon Milchell.
CLASS OF I934
Clara Lee Wilbanks, Nan Reardon, Sally Wilbanlcs, Jane Slanley, Nell Thomas, Mary Thomas
Hilrner Fosfer, LoreHa Forbes, Grace Barbour, Emma Leah Copass, 'Earlene Trenlon.
Q Q CLASS OF I935
. P Mildred Frosf, Roberla Roads, 'Ann Calherine Taylor, Mary Frances Gerard, Maiel Wilson
I, 'Gloria Pelers, 'Carol Mclfniqhl, Gpal Murray.
' CLASS or me
U Helen Malhews, Leah Kessler, Frances Neal, Rebekah Selyidge, Bernice Gooding.
,I CLASS OF I937
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Cecil Johnson, Kalhryn Sfrange, 'Mary Kafhryn Frosf, 'Jenareed Brinker.
DelTa Gamma was Tounded aT Lewis
lnsTiTuTe, OxTorcl, Mississippi, in T874.
The idea oT a TraTerniTy similar To The
one To which The Tounders' broThers be-
longed came To The Tour women respon-
sible Tor The organizaTion while They
were spending The ChrisTmas holidays aT
The school during The winTer OT I873.
During The World War, 530,000 was
raised Tor The aid oT Belgian refugee
children. In recogniTion oT This service,
The Belgian governmenT named an
orphanage aT Marchienne, DelTa Gam-
A naTional sTudenT loan Tund provid-
ed loans To assisT worThy undergradu-
aTes To compleTe Their college courses.
There are 40 acTive chapTers and
9,270 members oT DelTa Gamma. The
local chapTer, Alpha loTa, was insTalled
Mrs. Mabel Davis, hosTess, poses on
These D. Gfs are really Taking This
600 Truck Tor a cleaning.
"Eyes righT" The phoTographer shouT-
ed, and eighT shapely heads Turned To
obey his command.
MargareT Buclcley loolcs The siTuaTion
over beTore she makes up her mind.
Mary Virginia Binger and Bus RoberTs
in a mosT respecTable pose.
Ellen Fullenwider hides her Tace, buT
ElizabeTh WhiTe and MargareT Buclcley
seem quiTe enThusiasTic abouT iT.
Margery Meacham, one oT The mosT
popular D. Gfs, is also The chapTer
The house, builT on an Old English de-
sign, was TirsT occupied in l928.
CLASS OF I934
Louise Dills, Anna Marqaref Golwals, May Adell McFayden, Harrie? Sfewarf, Marfha Davis,
Margaret Roberfs, 'Gladys Sellers, 'Ellen Hodgson, Elizabeth While.
CLASS OF I935
Mariorie l-laslcell, Mary Day, 'Befsy Neer, 'Onlee Wesf, 'Mary Virginia Binger, 'Ann Dura
and, Margaref Buckley, Zella Mae Woodard.
CLASS OF I936
Marian Mills, Ann McCool, Margery Meacham, 'Carolyn Sfewarl, 'Jane l-lobarf, Virginia
Parris, Ellen Fullenwider, 'Mildred Sulilield, 'Helen Kallchursl, Marian Holmes, Elizabefh
CLASS OF I937
'Dorofhy Kelly, 'Suzanne McKluslcey, 'Joyce l-lulchinson, 'Nafhalee Coolc, 'Lois Lewis, 'Eloise
Brand, 'Joe Dell Kendall, 'Kalhryn Schrader.
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GAMMA PHI BETA
Gamma Phi Be+a was founded in
l874, al Syracuse Universily, and Psi,
+he local chapler, was inslalled in I9I8.
A+ The Golden Jubilee convenlion, in
1924, an endowmenl' fund of 554,000
was raised. Parl of The inreresl 'From
lhis fund is used as loans lo wor+hy
unolergraduales To be used lo complele
lheir college courses.
lvlosl of Jrhe chaplers of Gamma Phi
Bela have been formed from es+ablished
local organizalions, and no charlrer has
ever been wilhdrawn from a chapler.
There are 33 aclive chapiers and
7,000 members of Gamma Phi Bela.
Mrs. Chalman is l'he new Gamma Phi
Chrislmas vacalion draws nigh and
lhe lassies prepare fo deparl.
All lhal lhese girls need is a lvlay
Vivian Knox made a mos? presen+able
Georgia Reeves is lhe chap+er's Pres-
P r a n c e s Graham, Homecoming
Queen, poses wilh Helen Holllman.
To Lady Ann Bonham we bid a fond
adieu and offer our besl' wishes.
This allrraclive old English place al
602 W. Boyd has been occupied by +he
Gamma Phi Belas since I924.
CLASS OF I934
Marfhel Saunders, Juneal Saunders, Elizaloelh Campbell, Georgia Reeves, Helen Hoffman,
Mary Roach, Dorofhy Jane Henry, Geneva Taliaferro, 'Mariorie Hoover, Bernice Smifh,
CLASS OF I935
Frances Madison, 'Jean Boyle, Audrey Knox, Vivian Knox, Helen Hough, Dorolhy Baird,
'Theda Deen, 'Dorofhy Guerierro, 'Mary Rufh MacDonald, 'Elizabeih Garnes, 'Lorna Coafes,
'Frances Graham, 'Eugenia Donahue.
CLASS OF I936
Marqaref Rhoades, Elizabefh McCaleb, Marice Vaughan, 'Elizabelh Hogue, 'Mary Lee
Gallaher, 'Mary Marfineau.
CLASS OF I937
'Helen Phillips, 'O'Rhailia Cunningham, 'Sara Marie Baffen, 'Neifa Holrnes, 'Clara Gile
Morlon, 'Maurine Marshall, 'Eloise Bryan.
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Alpha Gamma DelTa was Tounded aT
Syracuse UniversiTy, New York, on May
30, I904. The Oklahoma chapTer, Up-
silon oT The naTional, was secreTly in-
sTalled on May 2, I9l9, and was na-
Tional Trom The sTarT.
Each year The chapTer having The
highesT scholasTic average receives a
silver rose bowl, a giTT Trom The charTer
members and The Tounclers.
Alpha Gamma DelTa's naTional phi-
lanThropy is The mainTenance and oper-
aTion of a camp Tor unclernourished chil-
dren aT Jackson, Michigan.
Mrs. Jessie Van Dell is Truly a Triendly
hosTess and a lovely characTer.
Gwen Wilson and Marcy BryanT ab-
sorb a biT oT sun aT The Pergola.
PerTecT ladies and sincere scholars.
A garden parTy on The back lawn
proved a iolly occasion.
This is one meThocl oT geTTing in aTTer
The whisTle blows.
Pledges one and all.
Eleanor Kyle and MargareT Cook
would easily pass Tor sisTers.
The chapTer residence aT 930 Chau-
Tauqua was builT in I927.
HQ.. ggi if.
Joy Sale, Jannel Brooke, Agnes l-lalfasf.
cLAss or I934
Gwen Wilson, Ruflw McKinney, Marllma Sefzer, Frances Dunlap, Elizabelln lv1cCool, 'Eleanor v
Kyle, Elizabellw Burns, Belva Clement 'Maxine Alexander.
CLASS OF I935
Marceleefe Bryanf, 'Margarel Cook, 'Margerel Osborne, 'Doroflwy Keele, 'Yvonne Dyrnond.
CLASS or 1936
'Priscilla Burch, 'Billy Reed, 'Alice May Dildine, 'Louella Clement
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Chi Omega was Tounded aT The Uni-
versiTy oT Arkansas aT FayeTTeville, in
The open declaraTion oT Chi Omega
is "l-lellenic CulTure and ChrisTian
ln July, l93O, a Greek amphiTheaTre
was dedicaTed on The UniversiTy oT
Arkansas campus To The Tounders oT Chi
Omega. The TheaTre was The TirsT me-
morial ever dedicaTed To The Tounders
oT any women's TraTerniTy.
Chi Omega has 76 chapTers and
lI,Ol5 members included in The na-
Gamma Alpha TheTa, a local, was or-
ganized aT Norman on March IZ, l9l9,
wiTh The purpose oT peTiTioning Chi
Omega, and on November I3, l9I9,
This group, consisTing oT Ten charTer
members, was insTalled as Epsilon Alpha
chapTer oT Chi Omega.
And noT a man in sighT.
Mrs. Josephine Hayward is The hosT-
ess oT Chi Omega.
Gayle McCorkIe TransporTs our
ThoughTs To bygone decades wiTh her
Mildred Miller decides iT's Time To re-
Tire, and so To bed you sleepy head.
ResT you well.
Josephine Kelly caughT aT a mosT un-
lVlargareT l-lewgley is ciTy bound Tor
These pledges seem To have plenTy oT
pep and Tun.
Gayle succumbs To The bicycle Tad
and goes Tor a ride.
In I927 Chi Omega moved To iTs
presenT home aT 820 ChauTaugua.
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CLASS OF I934
Elizabelln Malone, Elizabellw l-lusrrnyre, Mary Virginia Cav-ell, Mary Jane Newell, Josephine
Kelly, Dorollny l-lall, 'Dorolliy Lu Kilpalriclc
CLASS OF i935
Marina Elizabefln Cavell, Kaflierine Burr, Marqarel Hewgley, 'Mary Elizabefln l-lewgley, Louise
Carrie, Gayle Mccorlcle, 'Mary Nan Bryan, Mildred Beeler, George Ann Beeler, 'Davy Janne
Monnerf, 'Roberl Earle Wilson.
CLASS OF I93b
Nadine Hughes, 'Jean McLennan, 'Louise Jones, 'Maxine Johnson, 'Lazelle Goldwnillu,
CLASS OF I937
'Jean Parllow, 'Alice Dru Anderson, 'Lorene Burl, 'Caroline Box 'Marie Barley.
ALPHA XI DELTA
Alpha Xi Della was lounded al Lom-
bard College, Galesburg, Illinois, in
l893. Slressing scholarship, lhe lound-
ers ol Alpha Xi Della slarled a lund
which is loaned lo upperclassmen in
order lhal lhey may complele lheir col-
lege courses. ln addilion lo lhis lea-
lure a ring is presenled lo each mem-
ber whose grades average ninely-lour
over lhe lour-year period.
The Carcassone Selllemenl School in
lhe Kenluclcy mounlains is mainlained
solely by conlribulions lrom aclive
chaplers ol Alpha Xi Della. No lax is
levied on lhe members lor ils supporl.
The local chapler, Alpha Zela, was in-
slalled in 1921, eller having been a lo-
cal lralernily, Xi Della, lor lwo years.
Molher Duncan is lhe chapler hosless.
Peggy Marlin and Ginger Marlin lidy
up a bil.
All dressed up and wailing on lhe
These lwo view lile and ils problems
Peggy Miller, Ginger Marlin, and
Alice Marie Marler seem lo lead a care-
lree and pleasanl lile.
Melba Musloe and Ginger pal
Mary Gallaher assumes lhe air ol a
sludenl bul we're nol deceived.
This home ol Alpha Xi Della al 920
Chaulauqua was lirsl occupied by lhem
in lhe lall ol I932.
Mary Gallaher, Molly Wrighf, Ame S.
Virginia Marie Mariin, Melba Musfoe,
Alice Marie Marler.
CLASS OF I934
CLASS OF 1935
CLASS OF I93b
CLASS OF I937
'Frances Masclwal, 'Peggy Miller, 'HeNem Sfacy
Blddiclc, Sarah Moore
Phi Mu was The ouTgrowTh oT a local
socieTy called PhilomaThean which was
organized aT Wesleyan College, March
4, I852. ln 1904 The name was changed
To Phi Mu and a policy oT expansion
Each year Phi Mu appropriaTes a
51,000 graduaTe Tellowship To be ad-
minisTered by The Tellowship commiTTee
oT The A. A. U. W. This Tellowship is
open To graduaTe women in any InsTiTuA
Tion where Phi Mu has a chapTer.
Phi Muls naTional philanThropy is The
T-lealThmobile, a child hygiene Truck
operaTing in The sTaTe oT Georgia.
The local chapTer, Epsilon BeTa, was
insTalled in l923 as a resulT oT The granT-
ing oT a charTer To The local, Phi ZeTa,
which was organized The same year and
holds The disTincTion oT obTaining iTs
charTer in eleven monThs.
RuTh Qman, in addiTion To loeing
chapTer PresidenT, is an acTiviTy woman
Miss lva Wilson is The hosTess, and a
Can you name Them? Welll give you
a hinT. They are DoroThy and Mariorie
Capps, Doris Ashburn, Jane Wilson,
and Eloise Gray.
Marjorie Capps gives us a sTyle Tip
Tor The coming year.
Miss Wilson and Eloise Gray Talk The
Doris and Marjorie malce a preTTy
pair, and Trom whaT we hear The boys
"GenTlemen prelfer bruneTTes," says
Phi Mu builT This home iusT easT of
The campus in l928.
3. 1 ,X is
Jane Wilson, Beulah Helen Spears, Elizabelh Cox, Thelma Bradford, Jessie Beck.
CLASS OF I934
Rufh Oman, Allie Traweelc, Dorofhy McBrayer, Charlene Penner, Louise Barnefl, Mary Tappan,
CLASS OF I935
Mary Hariefl Coverl, Averyl Comp, Helen Brady, Marjorie Capps, Alfreda Chapman, Florence
CLASS OF I936
Eloise Gray, Doris Ashburn.
CLASS OF i937
'Bernice Hawk, 'Flo Rila Sheppard, "DoroThy Capps
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SIGMA DELTA TAU
Sigma DelTa Tau was Tounded aT Cor-
nell UniversiTy, March l7, I9I7. The
plan oT The Tounders was To keep The
socieTy a local one, buT Tavorable re-
porTs Trom similar groups in oTher insTi-
TuTions led To expansion.
The Tounders were assisTed by NaThan
l-louse, Their riTualisTic 'and honorary
member, and Today he is lcnown as
BroTher NaT. As a TribuTe To him, no
oTher man is permiTTed To wear The
Each acTive chapTer underTalces some
worThy chariTable acTiviTy wiThin The
ciTy oT iTs esTablishmenT.
The TraTerniTy came To The UniversiTy
campus wiTh The 'insTallaTion oT Xi chap-
Ter on SepTember I4, l929.
Mrs. Blanche STeiner is The hosTess.
Members and pledges mixed in pro-
MoTher S'Teiner wiTh Two oT her girls,
Reba and EsTher.
The Tall pledge class.
A rehearsal oT The proposal. ExperT
advice is always appreciaTed.
Virginia Fisher, chapTer PresidenT.
Pledge rnisTress, Ann Freed, Tells her
charges whaT's whaT.
Sigma DelTa Tau's presenT home aT
4 ' .
757 DeBarr was occupied in I93O.
Virginia Fisher, Reba Rafflcind, Esflier Rose.
Mildred Fulcranslcy, Rosalie Sandoclc.
lrene Miller, Marllua Zalc.
'Dorollwy Feinslein, 'Ruin Freed, 'Muriel Spiro,
G-oldsmiflw, 'Lillian Rose, 'Doroflwy Leilnman, 'Ha
'Edifh Winer, 'Rheba Pulaski, 'Hermina
nnah Foreman, 'Ella Zalc.
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KATI-IRINE SPRADLING . . Vice-PresiolenT
WILMA KLEIN . . . . SecreTary
Alpha Chi Omega
Alpha Gamma DelTa
Alpha Xi Del+a
BeTa Sigma Omicron
DeITa DeITa DeITa
Gamma Phi BeTa
Kappa Alpha TheTa
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Pi BeTa Phi
Sigma DeITa Tau
Corrine Long MargareT FuToranslcy
The Pan-Hellenic Council, insTiTuTed on The campus of The UniversiTy ol: Oklahoma in I9I2, serves as The
governing body Tor all inTer-sororiTy acTiviTies. The purpose oT The organizaTion is To aid The sororiTies oT The
UniversiTy by co-operaTion and uniTicaTion oT inTeresTs of sororiTy and non-sororiTy women.
The work oT The Council, in general, is divided inTo Three phases, The seTTIemenT oT all problems concerning
all acTiviTies oT sororiTies, The making and enforcing oT all rules concerning rushing, pledging, and iniTiaTion, and
The sponsorship oT scholarship compeTiTion among The sororiTy women
ln 'fesfive mood fhe eds and
co-eds ga'rher for 'rhe ball.
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Kappa Alpha was Tounded aT Wash-
ingTon College, now WashingTon and
Lee UniversiTy, LexingTon, Virginia, on
December 2I, 1865. during The presi-
dency oT RoberT E. Lee. The TraTerniTy
was esTablished wi+h The idea oT creaT-
ing an organizaTion To TosTer and main-
Tain The manners, cusToms, and ideals oT
characTer and achievemenT oT The
SouThern people. IT has conTined iTselT
To The SouTh wiTh The excepTion oT Three
chapTers in The sTaTe oT CaliTornia.
The naTional TraTerniTy headquarTers
are locaTed aT Richmond, Virginia,
where execuTive oTTices are mainTained.
There are 68 chapTers in exisTence aT
The presenT Time.
The local, BeTa ETa chapTer, holds The
disTincTion oT being The TirsT Greek leT-
Ter order esTablished on The UniversiTy
campus, receiving iTs charTer in l905.
NaThan Sherman Ill, Diclc Ellegood,
and Hardie Miller Try Their besT To as-
General Jerry Nolan calls upon his
consTiTuenTs Tor aid.
Ahcred Todd, Jimmie McColl, and
Loyd PuclceTT all cross Their legs and
discuss The poliTical siTuaTion in Yugo-
Bob HerT, polo sTar and PresidenT of
Mrs. WalTer Long is The chapTer hosT-
KenneTh Hughes, Bob HerT, and Pey-
Ton Ford are all dressed up wiTh no
place To go.
Kappa Alpha's colonial mansion is lo-
caTed on The corner of Cruce and Col-
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CLASS OF I934
Wayne Chesnuf, Louis Devanney, Peylon Ford, Phil Haddock, Roberl Herl, Jimmy Hopkins,
Dick Ellegood, Bruce Wiley, William Wallace, Alfred Marlin, James Cochran, Charley Wise.
CLASS OF I935
Leo Bell, Alfred Bungardl, Winlord Davidson, Charley Fellows, Bill Harries, Byron Holslman,
Carl Mayhall, Jimmy McColl, Dixon Morris, Jerry Nolan, Nalhan Sherman, Richard Timmis,
Allred Todd, Jack While, Harold Morgan, 'Bill Barbre, Mervin Flwell, Jimmy Johnson, Kennelh
CLASS OF I936
Harry Ellis, Kennelh Liflle, Hardy Miller, Nash Truss, David Wise, 'Finley Holbrook, 'Lloyd
Puckeff, 'Hal Sfewarl, Sims Wilson.
CLASS OF I937
'Bob Barbre, 'Ben Joe Borden, 'Kennefh Craig, 'Francis Hubbard, 'Collier Mize, 'Michael
Monlgomery, 'Bill Roach, 'Raymond Young, 'J. W. Zadik.
Kappa Sigma, Tounded aT The Univer-
siTy oT Virginia in IS69, was The second
TraTerniTy To insTall a chapTer on The
campus, charTering The local Alpha
DelTa Sigma in l906 as Gamma Kappa
Kappa Sigma was The TirsT TraTerniTy
aT The UniversiTy To build iTs own home.
Kappa Sigma was The TirsT SouThern
TraTerniTy To place a chapTer in The
NorTh, aT Lake ForesT in l88O, buT This
was soon killed by anTi-TraTerniTy laws.
Expansion during The TraTerniTy's TirsT
TwenTy years was largely due To The
guidance OT S. A. Jackson, a Virginian.
Kappa Sigma's Champ lnTramural
FooTball Team caughT in a sTudious
Dick Price losT his panTs in The Tire
buT his old Fire ChieT spiriT is srill wiTh
him and he plans a comeback.
"Pope" Miller may Think ThaT he looks
like a Greek god buT we shall reserve
ThaT d--m engraver slipped in This
K. A. picTure on our page so please ex-
l'lere's a couple of visiTors who seem
To have Tound a second home, buT
l-lunTer Johnson is a hunTer in TacT as
well as in name as The Trophies displayed
here will aTTesT.
The Kappa Sig house was one oT The
TirsT oT The large TraTerniTy homes on
The campus. IT is locaTed aT 73I Asp.
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CLASS OF I934
Gordon C. McDannald, L, Clark Knighf, T. Gene Hodges, Charles l-lale, Jr., Edwin C. Kellarn
James B. Miller, Burke Tulhill, J, S. Mendenhall, Marion Waggener, John M. Monfgomery
l-lunler Johnson, W. C. Tippif, Jr., Alexander W. Nisbel.
CLASS OF i935
'Don Richards, George W. Hayes, Jr., Carlfon Cornels, Ralph B. Kelly, H. J. Brownson
R. J. Price, Harris Van Wagner, Lee Dawson, 'Harold Wolverlon, 'Nolan Melhvin, Denve
Meacharn, Arlhur Pansze, M. W. Reed, Hhamer J. Tulhill, 'Jaclc James, Dan C. Gill, Eugene
CLASS OF I936
Ruperl Fogg, Morris McDannald, Ray Snodgrass, Don B. Miller.
CLASS OF I937
'Frank l-l. Sisler, 'Bill Campbell, 'Karl Rusch, 'Roy Gill, 'Jarvis Pierce, 'Earl Wesfmoreland
'Gene Nance, 'Woodrow I-luddleslon, 'Cliflon L. McCown, 'T. Arihur Miller, 'John H
Pinnell, 'Bob Tidwell.
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BETA THETA PI
BeTa TheTa Pi, oldesT member oT The
Miami Triad, was Tounded aT Miami
UniversiTy, OxTord, Ohio, on AugusT 9,
1839. IT was The TirsT TraTerniTy To
originaTe wesT OT The Allegheny Moun-
Tains. The presence aT Miami oT Alpha
DelTa Phi and opposiTion To iT led To The
TormaTion oT BeTa TheTa Pi. They were
The TirsT To issue a TraTerniTy iournal
which had conTinuous exisTence.
The local chapTer, Gamma Phi, was
charTered in OcTober, l907.
A seance on The TronT lawn. I.eTT To
righT: John Ed Cooper, Joanne Alcorn,
Allen CalverT, Ma VandevenTer, Wanda
Mae Hays, Champ Buchanan, Fred
Brohwn, Sammy Coleman and Frank Ak-
PresidenT Allen CalverT waTches over
his lordly domain.
Cooper and Brooks, The Muskogee
delegaTion, prepare To Take "Boom-
Boom" Buchanan Tor a ride wiTh The
supervision OT l'loTaling and Vandeven-
The Treshmen geT Their TirsT TasTe oT
Trosh work. VandevenTer leads cohorTs
on in The Tace oT The opposiTion oT
Acorn, The Pi Phi, and John Ed.
BroThers Brooks, Brown and Cooper
geT TogeTher Tor a chiT-chaT.
Mrs. Ned Miller, house moTher.
BroThers CalverT, Buchanan and Ak-
righT pose, wiTh Joanne and John Ed as
The BeTa House, aT 800 ChauTauqua,
TirsT occupied in The Tall oT 1929.
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CLASS OF I934
Earl Sneed, Jr., Fred E. Brown, Franklin W. Akriqhf, James C. Buchanan, William P. Brooks.
John Edward Cooper, Edward Flynn Ford, Carlfon Hofaling, Percy Main, John Pierre Klep.
Roberl Clark, Lalham Yafes, William P. Lonqmire, Andrew O. Campbell, Floyd Allen Calverf,
Emil H. Haslings, John H. Toney, C. J. Davenpori, Edgar S. Vaughf.
CLASS OF I935
James R. Akriqhf, Leslie Boring, Frank T. McCoy, Roberl R. McCracken, Jackson A. Kinne-
lorew, Wilfon M. Vandevenfer, Roy Gardner, Alberl' B. Tonkin, Konlin K. Kidd, William Crump.
CLASS OF I936
Roger Davis, 'Thomas L. Gibson, Harry G. Lewis, Roberl D. Myers, Sam Coleman, James C.
CLASS OF I937
'Jake Easlon, Jr., Cliffon T, Evereff, Jr., Edward Corn, R. C. Cox, John Inger Ferguson,
Wilson Gibson, Richard G. Gilliland, Philip Harris, Joseph T. Hurf, Grover Ozmun, James
L. Powell, Louis Vincenl Sluarf, C. Sufherland Sykes, William Knappenberger, Horace K.
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Sigma Nu originaTed Trom The Legion
oT l-lonor, a secreT socieTy organized in
l868 aT Virginia MiliTary lnsTiTuTe, Lex-
ingTon, Virginia. The Greek leTTer des-
ignaTion and orher characTerisTics OT
college TraTerniTies were adopTed Janu-
ary I, I869, regarded as The daTe oT
The Tounding oT Sigma Nu.
For several years The TraTerniTy con-
Tined iTselT To The souThern sTaTes buT
norThern expansion began in I884 wiTh
The esTablishmenT oT a chapTer aT The
UniversiTy oT Kansas. ln Two years The
Kansas chapTer had become The admin-
isTraTive head OT The TraTerniTy, and Tor
eighT years dominaTed iTs expansion
The local TraTerniTy, DelTa Alpha, was
given iTs charTer as DelTa Epsilon OT
Sigma Nu on January I, l909. IT was
The TourTh oT The naTional TraTerniTies To
come To This campus.
Clark RoberTs and his well known po-
lice dog "Rin" give each oTher The once
Mrs. Mabel W. SmiTh is The chapTer's
charming and inTeresTing hosTess.
The Tinal soTT ball game wiTh The Tim-
ber Cruisers draws an audience. Sigma
Nus won The cup by The way.
My, whaT a digniTied looking college
man, buT when we remember ThaT senior
lawyer Tommy Biggers is also chapTer
PresidenT we can overlook iT.
Billy RoberTs is really adepT aT This
sorT OT Thing, The girls Tell us, buT We
have our suspicions ThaT iT's a Trameup.
Paul ATkins and Charles Dinger dis-
play Their injured and bandaged hands
which were hurT in-shall we say-"a
Sigma Nu's beauTiTul home aT 536
Boulevard was occupied in I924.
CLASS OF I934
Ace Bailey, Tom Biggers, Bill Billuos, Ralph Bogarf, Howard Brockman, Everelf Colfer, Leslie
Hernry, Claude Kennedy, Clarence Musser, John R. Wallace, 'John Reinharf.
CLASS OF I935
Paul Alkins, John Burns, Buford Carden, Vincenl Dale, Clyde Dinger, Bill Hamilfon, Ruel
Harris, V. V. Harris, Marshall Kennedy, Russell Lewis, George Parrish, T. Ray Phillips, Jack
Rivers, Clark Roberls, Tolberl Smifh, Joe Thompson, Slanley Tyler, Frank Vogel, Carl Wagner,
CLASS OF I936
Jim Harrison, Greg Garnelf, J. M. Key, Roberf Lancasfer, 'Maurice Bailey, 'P. F. Barnharl,
Don Burch, 'Charles Dinger, 'Karey Fuqua, 'Howard Lodge, 'Marvin Owens, 'Daniel
CLASS OF I937
'Connie Al-irens, 'Morgan Bell, 'Frank Bell, 'Hugh Cash, 'Slephen Force, 'Dee Fuller, 'Emory
Grinnell, 'Paul Guild, 'Frank Hamilfon, 'Bob Hill, 'Leon Allred Holloman, 'Byron Jones.
'Millard Purdy, 'Bob Sfephens, 'Bill Wylie.
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon was Tounded aT
The UniversiTy oT Alabama, March 9,
T856-. The TraTerniTy was inTended To be
naTional in exTenT and had seven chap-
Ters beTore The end oT The nexT year.
Over 8,000 members oT S. A. E. were
in The service OT The Allies during The
One oT The inTeresTing incidenTs in The
TraTerniTy's hisTory is The sTory oT iTs
woman member, Miss Lucy PaTTie, iniTi-
aTed aT KenTuclcy MiliTary InsTiTuTe soon
aTTer The Civil War. Miss PaTTie l4epT
The secreT papers and riTual oT The chap-
Ter when iT disbanded and wenT To war.
For This service she was made a mem-
ber oT The TraTerniTy and held in high
The TwenTy-one members oT The local
TraTerniTy, loTa Tau, were iniTiaTed inTo
Sigma Alpha Epsilon on OcTober 23,
I909. The S. A. E. chapTer here was
one oT The TirsT To build iTs home.
Fred NewTon and Erwin Hill come
back Trom basl4eTball pracTice and do a
liTTle posing iusT To show ThaT engineers
can be aThleTes Too.
The boys and Their daTes aT The an-
nual picnic begin To gaTher alThough
eaTing Time is sTill an hour away.
Mrs. Rene STone waTching ouT Tor her
HerberT Morgan and Howard EleeT as
"ThaT ciTy slicker" and "LiTTle Nell."
J. H. lShorTyT Shelburne and Roy
KnighT showing The diversiTy oT The
The Sig Alph ship which won TirsT hon-
ors Tor homecoming decoraTions.
The inTramural baseball Team resTs up
aTTer a game, and Harrell Chiles is sTill
counTing whaT was made in The lasT
S. A. E. moved inTo iTs presenT colo-
nial home aT 578 Boulevard in I9l6.
CLASS OF I934
J. K. Allred, Richard Bryanl, O. J. Colwiclc, John Gillcerson, Marlin Miller, Dale Moody.
William Vaughan, Bland Wesl, Roberl Lee Wilson, Torn Braly, Fred Owen Newlon, Edwin
Hill, Ralph Wolverlon, Bob Burns, Charles Mount James Lewis, Harrell Chiles, Charles
CLASS OF I935
Fred Dunlevy, Curlis Cannon, Pierce Canlrell, Clay Chiles, James Cleary, Jeff Coker, James
DeGroo+, 'Russel Fralces, Ben Franklin, Ned Holman, Jerome Mooney, Herberf Morgan,
Marion Owens, Roy Reed, Allon Sullivan, George K. Taggerl, William Tolleson, William
CLASS OF I936
'William Barnes, John R. Browne, Howard Fleer, 'Leslie Ford, John Harris, 'E. D. Holcomb,
Bill Keller, Roy Neel, Franlc Ozmenl, 'M. O. Rife, 'Beauchamp Selrnan, Jaclc Wagner, Warren
Wolverlon, Bob Holland, Bob Baer, Wilbur Jones, 'John R. Murray, 'Don Nix.
CLASS OF I937
'C. A. Bell, 'Dudley Keller, 'Roy Knight 'Trimble Lalling, 'Slewarl Marlc, 'Brown Monnell,
'Edward H. Parks, 'David Reed, 'J. H. Shelburne, 'Curlis Yeary, 'Don Runyon, 'Haden
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Sigma Chi is one of lhe "Miami Tri-
ad," originaling al Miami Universily,
Oxford, Ohio, in I855. The lounders of
Sigma Chi were originally members ol
Della Phi Epsilon, bul due lo lhe dis-
agreemenl ol lhe rnembers over an
eleclion, lhis group wilhdrew lrom lhal
chapler and organized anolher sociely
under lhe name ol Sigma Phi. The
lounders were apparenlly unacguainled
wilh The easlern lralernily ol: lhe same
This sociely succeeded in keeping ils
exislence secrel for some lime, bul il
was finally discovered. Soon aller-
wards, a group ol: rivals enlered inlo a
plan lo sleal ils rilual and records,
which was accomplished in January,
I856. Il was al lhal lime lhal a new
conslilulion and rilual were adopled
and lhe name was changed lo Sigma
Bela Kappa chapler was inslalled on
The Universily campus in I9I2.
Mrs. W. L. Perlcins, lhe Sigs' well-
loved house molher.
Nalional Inlercollegiale Golf Cham-
pion Waller Emery demonslrales lhe
correcl Bus Ham slance for making a
"birdie." Use l'he old bean, Emeryl
Prexy Jack I-ligh is also lhe Pi Phi
house papa laccording lo one of lhe
besl reporlers in lhe Sigma Chi chap-
A bunch of lhe boys were whooping
il up ....
Pipe Carson's lamp posl slance . . .
as Lawyer Jones and Velerinary Sl.
John sland by lor emergencies.
Snoop Wilson Brown dishes Jrhe Ialesl
hol headlines 'ro Handy Man Bogan.
Jusl a bunch of Ihe boys oul' digesl-
ing Brolher Phillips' soulifle.
Sigma Chi buill lheir house al 558
Boulevard in I924.
CLASS OF I934
Ed Clarke, Frank T. McGraw, Woods Hanlcinson, Thomas B. Carson, Jack E. High, Bob Dunlap,
Neil Bogan, Ralph Enix, 'Marlin E. Jones, 'Sullivan Ashby, Hugh Owen, Dennis Cubbage.
CLASS OF I935
Maurice Hanlcinson, Gene Chappell, Bob Long, Roland Phillips, Fred Hoyf, Allon Boolcouf,
Rex Chaney, 'Leslie Pain, 'Wendell Andrews, 'Hilyer Freeland, 'William Walls.
CLASS OF I936
Rhys Evans, Wilson Brown, Waller Emery, Marlr Meisfer, E. C. Leonard, Gerald Mraz,
'Marshall Weir, 'Raymond Warwick, 'Ernesl Smifh.
CLASS OF I937
'Dexrer Moss, Jr., 'Presley Ford, 'Floyd Hinfon, 'A, K. Whileside, 'George Hughes, 'Roy
Coleman, 'Archie Perry, 'George Noble, 'Harry Allen, 'Ollie Wifhinglon.
PHI GAMMA DELTA
Phi Gamma DelTa was Tounded in The
room oT John TempleTon lvlcCarTy in
"ForT ArmsTrong," a dormiTory oT JeT-
Terson College, Cannonsburg, Pa., on
The nighT oT April 22, I848. A consTiTu-
Tion was adopTed on May I, I848,
which daTe is now celebraTed as Found-
ers' Day, The TraTerniTy expanded rap-
idly, TirsT To The SouTh and laTer To The
NorTh and WesT. The moTher chapTer
enioyed a prosperous exisTence unTil The
union oT WashingTon and JeTTerson Col-
leges in I879 which caused iT To become
Phi Kappa Pi, local on The campus, re-
ceived Their charTer in Phi Gamma DelTa
on March 4, l9l7, aTTer peTiTioning Tor
Mrs. Alma DwighT AulTman, Phi Gam
hosTess, is one oT The mosT charming
ladies we have ever meT.
A bunch oT The broThers place ScoTT
Beesley in a Ticklish posiTion.
No, he doesn'T work wiTh The circus.
lT's only Gwynne Loughlin up To one oT
his Treshman pranks.
The co-eds Told us ThaT This Don Min-
nig was really sTrong, buT we had no
John Dudley and Charlie Davis boTh
Take The same sTance and give The pho-
Tographer The once over.
A raTher inTamous Phi Gam quarTeT
composed OT STeckleloerg, Majors,
Horned, and Waid.
"Nooky" Burwell and Jimmy McWil-
liams engage in a heaTed conTroversy
over The value oT a college educaTion To
a TuTure leader in aTTairs oT The sTaTe.
This aTTracTive home oT The "Fiii's"
was builT on WesT Boyd back in I923,
and has been occupied by Them since
CLASS OF I934
Dick Gurley, Joe Barnhill, Wendell Ford, Tom Finney, Olis Pelly, Slanley Marsh, Jim Bynum,
Joe Rucks, Dick Tall, Bill Waid, Horace Sanfry.
CLASS OF l935
John Dudley, Charles Davis, Bill Funk, Ben l-larned, Byrum Kroulil, Jimmy Maior, Jimmy
McWilliams, Frank Schofield, Bill Slephens, Wally Thomas, Alberl Upsher. Barllell Ward, Fred
Sleckleberg, 'l-lall Collinson, 'Emory Crow, 'Gwynne Laughlin, 'Don Minnig, 'Max Pischel.
'Bob Sfanlon, 'Bill Whileman, 'Ed Alden.
CLASS OF I936
Scoll Beesley, Bill Bullis, Norman Burwell, Al Rollins, l-larolcl Eisele, 'Bob Loy, 'Edwin Shaw,
CLASS OF I937
'John Carslarphen, 'Ted Schrader, 'Bob Spradlinq 'Duncan Threlkeld, 'Louis While,
PHI DELTA THETA
Phi DelTa TheTa, a member oT The
Miami Triad, was Tounded aT Miami
UniversiTy, OxTord, Ohio, December 26,
I848. The TraTerniTy remained sub rosa
unTil The Time oT The spring commence-
menT oT The UniversiTy in l852, when
The members decided To make The Tra-
TerniTy's exisTence publicly known, and
began wearing badges openly. During
The TirsT ThirTy-Tive years oT The TraTer-
niTy, anTi-TraTerniTy laws caused The loss
oT several chapTers, buT Phi DelTa TheTa
has now become one oT The largesT OT
The naTional TraTerniTies.
General TraTerniTy headguarTers are
now mainTained aT OxTord, Ohio, where
an execuTive assisTanT is in charge.
There are T46 charTered chapTers of
alumni in Phi Delra TheTa.
Oklahoma Alpha was esTablished on
This campus on January 2, I9I8, and
has The disTincTion oT being granTed a
charTer oT Phi DelTa TheTa in The shorT-
esT Time oT any peTiTioning body.
One oT The campus's besT known
couples is BroTher Bill T-lewiTT and Jane
l'lobarT, DelTa Gamma.
Mrs. Hugh V. McDermoTT, wiTe oT The
Tamed Sooner coach, is The chapTer
hosTess This year.
These Two, Vivian Knox and Carl
Chambers, have been apTly called The
Leo Le Bron and Lucile Tway make
excellenT chaperons Tor This oTher ersT-
BeTTy Hume piloTs The "lizzie" buT
"combine" STark prepares To abandon
The ship when he spies an approaching
Mrs. McDermoTT adminisTers a spank-
ing To liTTle Bud Browning who has been
Phi DelTa TheTa's presenT home was
builT in 1922 aT I I I E. Boyd STreeT.
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CLASS OF I934
Don Slinchecurn, Bill Buclc, Bill l-lewill, Max Kelly, Paul McCluslcy, Willis Sfarlc, George Shirlc.
CLASS OF I935
B. B. Barelool, Omar Monroe Browning, Milo Brisco, Bill Charnplin, Carl Chambers, 'Leo
LeBron, Gene McKnight Max Mc:Curdy, Gene Nolen.
CLASS OF I936
Bill Bradshaw, 'Fred Champlin, 'Wilburn Collins, Charles Edwards, 'Gayfree Ellison, Allan
Englernan, 'Herschel French, Lyle Johnson, 'Chesler Mengel, Bob Moore, 'Abe Morell, 'John
Taylor, 'Wayne Turlc, 'Jim Wrighl, 'Dick Yeager.
CLASS OF I937
'Mac OHS Boring, 'Ned Brooks, 'George Champlin, 'Tee Connelley 'Charles Grooms, 'Joe
Murray, 'Bill Reynolds, 'J. E. Thompson, 'Bob Vance
Acacia was founded al Jrhe Universily
of Michigan in May, l904, by a group
of siudenl Freemasons organized as a
Masonic Club, and incorporaled under
The laws oi Jrhe siaie in l895.
The governmenl ol The iraierniiy is
vesled in a grand conclave composed oi
delegaies from The chapiers and meel-
The Oklahoma chapler was chariered
inlo The nalional organizalion on May I,
I92O. The local was lcnown as Jrhe Olcla-
homa Masonic Club and was organized
in l9l4 as a peiilioning body.
Tex Erwin and John Forlson, edilor
Mrs. Maude Thomas, Jrhe Acacia
housemolher, has been wilh lhem for
Ex-Chapler Presidenl Porler swears
ficlelily lo his palron sainl'.
Presidenl Dulch Elderlcin and John
Scoll' robbing Jrhe cradle lo play "pos-
These Acacia pepsfers seem To be
having an argumenl.
A big Rui-Nelr and a lillle one.
lniliaiion day. Proudly Jrhey wear Jrhe
badge. lErwin, Fogar+y.l
The Acacias own The beauiiful old
English home al 544 Elm Avenue, and
have lived fhere since l925.
mo e 'Y
CLASS OF I934
C. L. Holmes, Donald A. Porfer, John Forlson, John Zwiclc, Lawrence W. Elderkin, Durward
Malhis, Louis Bond, Nelson Dunn, Kennelh McAfee, John A. Scoll, Thomas V. Munson, Donald
Suggs, Paul Wilson, Bryan T. Cole, Wilmer R. Ragsdale, Harry Schwarlz, Jack Sufherlancl.
CLASS OF I935
Leon Davis, R, T. Pollard, George Verify, Vernon Fields, 'Shellon Dandridge, 'Herberl' Finley.
James Ray, Harry Larnberl, Ernesf F. Ervin, 'Harrell McCullough, 'Thomas Balla.
CLASS OF I936
John Fogarly, Frank Elliol, George Tarfer, Doyle Todd.
CLASS OF I937
'Ralph Dighlon, 'Hula Crawford, 'James Clary, l'Freeman Paschall, 'Don Gillcison, 'Ed Sharpe,
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SIGMA ALPHA MU
Sigma Alpha Mu was Tounded aT The
College oT The CiTy oT New York in
I909. The local chapTer, Sigma Alpha
oT The naTional organizaTion, was in-
sTalled on May 22, l92O, when eighT
members oT The Alpha Club were iniTi-
aTed inTo Sigma Alpha Mu.
Jake GoldsTein, Marcus Cohn, Presi-
denT oT The chapTer and Junior Phi BeTe,
and Myer J. DriTch.
Mrs. Pauline Lewis oT Sayre is The
charming hosTess oT Sigma Alpha Mu.
Julius Bankoff seems To Think ThaT lra
Levine needs a liTTle Tace washing.
Maybe he does-how would we know?
JusT a bunch oT The boys ouT To waTch
The."birdie." Don'T crowd, boys, don'T
Jake GoldsTein, Myer J. DriTch, Mar-
cus Cohn and NaThan RaviTz. From The
picTures, There is apparenTly no dissen-
sion in This house.
The Sigma Alrpha Mu house aT 207
W. Boyd was irsT occupied by The
chapTer in I928.
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CLASS OF I934
lra Levine, Raymond Sandler, Myer J. Drilclw, J. W. Levin, Frank Appleman, Samuel Minslry,
Norman Fuloranslcy, Bernard Kahn, Arnold Ungerman.
CLASS OF l935
Marcus Colin, "Daniel Bomson, Joseph Sfoclcer.
CLASS OF I936
Jalce Goldsfein, Nallian Ravilz, 'Solomon Kaiser, 'Sumner Russman, 'Joe Kalpin, 'kJosepn
Leavilf, "Sidney Massie.
CLASS OF I937
'Julius Bankorl, 'Marvin Trope, "Vic+or Kalman, 'Dave Aranow, 'Guss Zeldiclw, 'Harold
Goodman, 'Roberl Kahn, 'Ben Novak, 'Fred A, Burg.
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Pl KAPPA ALPHA
Pi Kappa Alpha was Tounded aT The
UniversiTy oT Virginia on The nighT oT
March I, I868, by Tive men who had
long been inTimaTe Triends and who
were all veTerans oT The ConTederaTe
Army. The Tive, Tinding Themselves To-
geTher aT Virginia aTTer The war, wanTed
To perpeTuaTe Their Triendship and so
They Tormed The TraTerniTy.
The World War record oT Pi Kappa
Alpha is imposing. OuT oT a ToTal living
membership aT ThaT Time oT 6,099, l,I I5
were in service. Some 565 undergradu-
aTes enlisTed. The assisTance oT The
older alumni made iT possible Tor every
chapTer To survive.
BeTa Omicron chapTer was Tounded
aT The UniversiTy oT Oklahoma on Sep-
Tember 24, I92O.
The Pi Kappa Alphas' hosTess is Mrs.
James E. Pershing. She was The Tound-
er oT The l-losTess Club and iTs presi-
"FriTz" l'lolTzschue dishes iT ouT wiTh
a man-sized paddle. Can The boys
down under Take iT?
A Chi Omega obligingly does a liTTle
quarTerbacking Tor Tour Pi K. A.'s.
Showing OTT Tor The amusemenT oT The
IT looks like a greaT Time Tor one and
all, buT we'll lef you Tigure ouT your own
NepTune, Johnson and Meis, The Pi
Kappa Alpha Trio lkiTchen varieTyl.
STill showing off. The smarTies.
The presenT home oT Pi K. A.. aT 730
College, was builT in I929.
CLASS OF I934
Torn Hanson, Roy Wade, Jack Kerns, Bressem Holfzschue, Bob Vahlberg, Doug Bell, Charles
Selby, Eryyl Bross, Charles Woods, Jack Kirion, Red Lynn, Dan Hanson, Dud Culp, K.
Bragdon, Warren Gunier, Bill Minor, Joe Gilmore, Bob Kyle, Bud Pralher, Harold LeCrone,
Jack Williams, W. Wilson, W. Black.
CLASS OF I935
George Miskovsky, V. N. Culpepper, B. M. Nowery, Bill Lee, Ed Wilson, George Srnifh, Bob
Nepfune, Bruion Wood, Joe Siamper, Mark Miller, Charles Worley, John Meikle, Max Siuniz.
CLASS OF I936
John Wheeler, Emil Meis, Wade Pipkin, Flelcher Swank, Bill Crocker, John Johnson, Keller
Barneii, D. Sleinbock, L. Robison, Kenneih Robinson, Ben Poynor, George Gilmore, Wayne
LeCrone, Huberf Gibson, 'J. F. Malone, 'Maurice Siuarl, 'W. G. Davis, 'Morgan Brown,
'Ed Homan, 'Clark James.
CLASS OF I937
'Keller Henderson, 'Joe McCarihy, 'Clyde Pairick, 'Gene Hopping, 'Nick Young.
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PHI KAPPA PSI
Phi Kappa Psi was founded al Jeffer-
son College, Pennsylvania, February I9,
1852, by Charles P. T. Moore and Wil-
liam l'l. Lellerman. The parenl' chapler
nearly became exlincl in I863 owing To
lhe enlislmenl of all bul one member in
lhe Federal army.
The lolal membership of lhe fraler-
nily al The oulbrealc of 'lhe Civil War
was only 600. Of This number 552 men
enlisied and of 'rhese aboul IOO were
There are, al presenl, approximaiely
5OO members of Phi Kappa Psi lisled in
Who's Who in America.
The local, Kappa Psi, was granled ils
charier on Oclober 9, l92O.
The annual "Poverly Ball" always does
ils share in malcing campus coslume
dances a success.
Tom Miller and Neal Searcy engage
lwo mylhical opponenls in a fasl game
of Ping Pong.
Mrs. Helen Searcy, herself The molher
of Jrwo Phi Psis, is lhe chapler hosless.
Sleiner lvlason, a budding novelisl,
pounds oui a big slory for The Whirl-
Hamillon delvleules, well-lcnown law
sludenl and aciivily man, is Presidenl of
A bridge game always provides a
pleasanl' diversion from 'rhe rouline of
Phi Psi's allraclive home, wilh ils
beauliful lawn, is localed ai 720 Elm
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CLASS OF I934
William C. Harsch, John M. l-louchin, Roloerl M. Jordan, William M. Majors, Warren A.
Cline, Lewis B. Jackson, Warren C. McManus, Neal Searcy, Will R. Wilson, Joe D. Mifchell,
l-lamilfon De Meules, J. D. Fellers.
CLASS OF I935
William M. Durnil, Edgar A. DeMeules, Jr., Harold Abernefhy, Nelson Clabaugh, John Fish-
burn, Roberf Lockwood, Sleiner Mason, Wilson E. Cline, Thomas Miller, 'Burke McGin+y,
'Richard Turner, Allen Waggener, James Rolh.
CLASS OF I936
Louis Hill, Neville Bowers, 'Paul Day, 'Gene B. Ley, John R. Law, Joe Mills, James Sinque-
field, Charles L. Follansbee.
CLASS OF I937
'Malcolm Keller, 'Roberl Jones, 'Marion Holland, 'James Fishburn, 'Garih Caylor, 'Thomas
Tennery, 'Arlhur M. Melrose, 'Herberl Bailey, 'Bill Galloway.
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Alpha Tau Omega was Tounded aT
Richmond, Virginia, on SepTember ll,
I865. IT was The TirsT Greek leTTer col-
lege TraTerniTy organized aTTer The Civil
War. IT has also The disTincTion oT be-
ing The TirsT TraTerniTy of SouThern origin
which successTully mainTained chapTers
in The NorTh.
The TraTerniTy has noT conTined iTs
membership sTricTly To undergraduaTes
and has admiTTed TaculTy members when
They were oTherwise qualiTied. Mem-
bership has never been conTerred ex-
cepT by iniTiaTion. New charTers are
issued only upon a voTe oT all The
chapTers and Tavorable recommendaTion
by The high council.
Oklahoma DelTa Kappa was charTered
on February 2, I92l, absorbing The local
STanley Morian demonsTraTes The ap-
proved Bobby Jones sTance and Tollow
Mrs. F. D. Appleby, The chapTer hosT-
ess, poses Tor The camera man. She's a
True sporT Through and Through.
Bill Lewis, Dudley Tichenor, Eldon
Frye and Millard Williams in a charac-
Some sorT oT a build-up or Trame-up
or someThing-Don'T you Think?
Mrs. Appleby and Bill Lewis-Thinks
he's smarT, doesn'T he?
Dudley Tichenor, Business Manager
of The Daily. pauses aT The door oT The
More anTics, and such Tacesl
The A.T.O. house, builT in l927, is lo-
caTed aT IOOS Jenkins. Their beauTiTul
lawn adds charm and disTincTion To iTs
Ralph Rachley, Dick Swarm.
CLASS OF I934
Ray Arilhony, Ames Colley, James Crawford, Eldon Frye, J. C. l-lorri, Jr., Slariley Moriah, Jr.
Howard Olson, Jack Parsons, Giles Peniclc, Maurice Tripplehorn, Bob Waldrop.
CLASS OF I935
Forresf l-lamilion, Jim Kirk, W. C. Lewis, Jr., Franlc B. Meaders, Sam Moore, Francis Trindle,
'Joe Tripplehorn, Bemis Vediner, Millard Williams, Jaclc Millaway, Joe Welboan.
CLASS OF I936
'Richard Askew, 'John Adams, H. S. Carringlon, James Cowles, l-lerberl Hazzard, 'Claude
l-lenry, 'l-lenry McConnell, Jack Nunnery, 'Dudley Tichenor.
CLASS OF I937
'George Allen, 'Tom DeWiH, 'Busler l-lolm, 'John l-lunler, 'Covey Page, 'Tom Parris, 'Tom
Slreef, 'George Sufherland.
DELTA TAU DELTA
DelTa Tau DelTa was inTormally organ-
ized aT BeThany College, Virginia llaTer
WesT Virginial, in The spring OT l858,
buT The Tormal organizaTion was noT eT-
TecTed unTil early in I859.
The TirsT SouThern TraTerniTy, The Rain-
bow oT SocieTy, was uniTed
wiTh DelTa Tau DelTa in I886, aTTer
lengThy negoTiaTions. The Rainbow Tra-
TerniTy was Tounded in l848 aT The Uni-
versiTy oT Mississippi. To complimenT
The older order The name oT The oTTicial
iournal oT DelTa Tau DeI+a was changed
Trom The CrescenT To The Rainbow.
The local peTiTioning group, DelTa
Sigma DelTa, became The naTional DelTa
Alpha oT DelTa Tau DelTa in I922.
The Delfs pause a momenT beTore go-
ing To a one o'clocl4.
Mildred SuTTield, lv1oTher Allen, and
l-lirsT SuTTield are sTopped Tor a momenT
by The cameraman.
Lawrence l-l. Wilson, who has so ca-
pably served DelTa Alpha oT DelTa Tau
DelTa as PresidenT Tor Two years.
Spring calls and These DelTs answer
wiTh experT gardening.
lVloTher Allen, a Well Known Sooner
and whose loving care and counsel has
been an inspiraTion To every DelT Tor
Spring is here and KenneTh DuTF, Har-
rieT l-luTThines, l-l. C. Luman, and Mar-
gareT Ellen Randerson seek The SOTT lux-
ury oT The baclc lawn.
This English sTyle sTrucTure was TirsT
occupied in l928 and is lcnown by all
DelTs as Their beloved "DelTa ShelTer".
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CLASS OF I934
Harry Alley, Herrick Babcock, Bill Bollinger, Charles Coblenlz, Kay Garneli, Allen Gibson,
Joe Fred Gibson, Hirsf Suffield, Harold Landrum, Jerome Laudermilk, Truman Tomlin,
CLASS OF l935
Frank Ashby, Bruce Beesley, Charles Binkley, Lonnie Cummings, Kennelh Duici, George Hondros
H. C. Luman, Bill Pearce, T. C, Srromberg, Max Slurm, Gordon Walls, Preslon Vfood, 'Ralph
Cline, 'Donald Weir.
CLASS OF I936
Linwood Creasy, 'Spolfswood Dandridge, Jack Davis, Tom Ensch, R. B. Genfry, Mason Lyons,
Harold Jones, Ray McNeil, J, A. Mull, John Nichols, James Noel, Harry Shrader. 'Joseph
Somerville, Edwin Slahl, Sianley Slromberg, Harry Suffield,
CLASS OF I937
John Crew, Billy Johnson, Logan McDonald, Kenneth Wilson, Billy Cole, 'Wayne Allen,
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PHI BETA DELTA
Phi Bela Della was organized and
lounded al Columbia Universily on
April 5, l9I2. The organizalion has had
a rapid growlh and has lhrived lrom ils
inceplion in spile ol lhe lacl lhal lhe
policy ol expansion is conservalive and
new chaplers are admilled only aller
lhey have lullilled delinile enlrance re-
quiremenls including endorsemenl by
members ol lhe lacully.
The governmenl ol lhe lralernily is
vesled in a nalional council, elecled by
lhe annual convenlion and given broad
The local lola chapler was granled
ils charler lo Phi Bela Della in I922,
and since lhal lime has made a name
lor ilsell in bolh lorensics and scholar-
Kirschner chasing Mallz up a lree and
meeling wilh a lew complicalions.
Mrs. Herman Levine, house molher
lor Phi Bela Della.
Kirschner and Gelzoll wielding a pad-
dle on Pledge Kanlor lEddie?l.
Sam Abrams-hiding oul-he'd bel-
Kirschner again. Jerry is lhe Senior
Manager ol lhe Universily's lnlramural
Phi Bela Della pyramid-Gelzoll, Pu-
laski, Lalman, Kanlor, Mallz, and Mil-
The ioy riders-Kanlor, Gelzoll,
Mallz, Lalman, Millard.
Phi Bela Della has occupied ils new
home al 704 Lindsay since lhe lall ol
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CLASS OF l934
Jerome Kirschner, Irving Weinslein, Tobe G. Krandel, Paul Gefzoll, Leon Fisher, Sarnuel K.
CLASS OF I935
Milfon J. Gordon, Peler Millard, Bill Koenigsdorl, Bernard L. Gordon, Aaron Mesirow, Burnie
Merson, Julius Einhorn, Adolph Sfoup.
CLASS OF I936
Louis Weinsfein, Leonard Sosland, 'Nafhan Selinger, Edward J. Pulaslci.
CLASS OF I937
Ellioll Davis, Morris Gershon, Abe Laiman, Bill Levine, Phil Grernm, Maurice Mallz, Leo
Marlcs, Joe Meyer, 'Joe Kanfor, Joe Sinwer, Sol Taubman, 'Jules Weinberger, 'Jerome
Gordon, Feliz Gordon.
ALPHA SIGMA PHI
Alpha Sigma Phi was founded nalion-
ally al Yale Universify in I845 and
granled a charrer 'io +he Oklahoma pe-
lilioning body, Della Kappa Rho, in
I923. The local chapfer is Alpha Alpha.
Mrs. l-l. B. McKnigh+, hosress, who has
been wi+h rhe Alpha Sigs for six years.
Whilley Cox, vice-presidenr of +he
chapler and slar dash man on The Uni-
versily lrack leam.
Whir Cox and Glen Dawson, Alpha
Sig rrack slars. This picrure was raken
ar Onrario, Canada, where Jrhe boys
were compeling in a 'rrack meer wirh rhe
besf runners in Canada.
The chapler is proud of irs Track 'ream
--Jack Clark, Whir Cox, Fred BarreH,
Floyd Lochnor, Clyde McGinnis.
Wayne Mcliowen, senior and house
derecrive, wilh Sam Mays and Swede
Nelson in rhe background looking rhings
Orville Barnell, former Presidenf and
house manager, a social hound and en-
gineer of no mean abilily.
The Alpha Sigs have lived al W. Boyd
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CLASS OF I934
Tom Aslwlon, James Barnelr, Orville Barne-Tl, Jaclc Clarlc, Woodson Dawson, Roberl Ellis,
Jolmn McKi'ririclc, Wayne D. Mcliowen, Romeo Sellle, Joe Smalley.
CLASS OF I935
Billy Amend, 'Loyelf Burlce, Ed Barllell, Wlnilley Cox, Gordon Green, Roloerf Henderson,
Talmadqe Jones, Sam Mays, Leslie McGee, 'Loris Moody, Jules Richardson, Gerald Roberls,
CLASS OF I936
Jack Kolwler, Floyd Loclcner, 'Clyde McGinnis, Floyd Nelson, Owen Townsend.
CLASS OF I937
'Fred Barrelf, 'Wilburn Blalceley, 'Billy Carr, 'Merle Coleman, 'William Conlcriqlvl, 'James
Furbee, James Craddoclc, 'George Rogers, Ed Smilli.
PI KAPPA PHI
Pi Kappa Phi became a naTional Tra-
TerniTy aT The College oT CharlesTon in
I904 and insTalled a chapTer aT Okla-
homa on May 26, I923. Pi Kappa, The
peTiTioning body, was composed oT
TwenTy-Tive members, parT oT whom
were members oT The Tormer chapTer aT
Tulsa UniversiTy and This organizaTion re-
mained a local Tor only one year.
By Their cosTumes ye shall know Them.
AcTiviTy men one and all.
Bob LoTTin, and Marion Foreman, Na-
Tional InTercollegiaTe wresTling cham-
And This, boys and girls, is The famous
l-larold "Swede" Gassaway.
Why noT puT his head up againsT a
And This liTTle pig wenT To markeT.
lhlo oTTense, Cunninghaml.
Jim Rusk poses To geT his phoTo in The
Sooner. l-le should be pleased now.
A social man is lvl. W. "Big Mac" Mc-
Kenzie, hailing Trom Oklahoma CiTy.
Q , .wyfNmvMwu.
CLASS OF I934
James Rusk, Bri? Clapham, George Russell, Clifford Slein, Harold Gassaway, Ralph Roberls,
CLASS OF I935
H. C. Dick Wilson, Everelf Goins, Brewsler lv1cFadyen, Dick Henderson, Don Cunningham,
Roy Jarneson, M. W. McKenzie, A. Ervine Swift Beede Long, 'Edwin Berry, 'Roy Hickox,
CLASS OF I936
Joe Shapiro, Beecher Snipes, John T. Sherrill, Alfred Schrnidf, W. J. Hughes, Jr., 'William
CLASS OF I937
'Neil G-rimsley, 'Bill Hahn, 'Waller Calaham.
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Lambda Chi Alpha was Tounded aT
BosTon UniversiTy, as an ouTgrowTh oT
The CosmopoliTan Law Club, which had
been organized in l905. The TirsT meeT-
ing oT The TraTerniTy was held November
2, I909, and This has been accepTed by
The TraTerniTy as The daTe oT iTs Tound-
ing. Three sTudenT lawyers who had
been TogeTher as members oT The same
high school TraTerniTy ioinecl and laid
The ToundaTion Tor The new organizaTion.
The growTh oT The TraTerniTy has been
boTh consisTenT and subsTanTial, as an
unbrolcen roll OT 78 acTive chapTers indi-
The local chapTer, Gamma Rho, re-
ceived iTs charTer Trom Lambda Chi Al-
pha on OcTober 9, l926.
WiTh The admission oT a chapTer aT
The UniversiTy oT ToronTo, Canada, in
l927, The TraTerniTy became inTerna-
lvloTher CrawTord, The chapTer hosT-
The "gardening crew" resTs a biT.
RuT Nelc "Al",
"LiTTle Willie", The polo man.
SaTurday morning is cleanup Time aT
The Lambda Chi house.
We hope ThaT They enjoy The Sooner
as much as They are enjoying The alumni
"0ur Pill", all decked ouT and ready
Any old rags, newspapers, or boTTles
Lambda Chi's beauTiTul home erecTed
on The Tudor sTyle oT archiTecTure has
been occupied Tor Tour years, and is lo-
caTecl aT 904 College.
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CLASS OF I934
Harold Rifler, Kennefh l-l. Ferguson, Merril l-larris, Jack Fosler, Ralph King, Murray McDonald,
Alford Framplon, George Bolon.
CLASS OF I935
Edgar Lee Bradford, Ed Crawford, Lawrance Riffer, Richard l-lays, William Prieslley, William
King, Clifford King, Finis Gillespie, l-lillard Henson, Oreb l-lubbel, Norman Floyd, Harold
Spiclcelmire, Philip Lowenihal, William Farmer, James l-lammil, John Railley, Roberl Oilel,
CLASS OF I936
Baxler Taylor, William Downing, Chesler Dill, John Molelc, Richard Coleman, Bird Gasfon,
Harold Shoemake, 'Paul McQueen.
CLASS OF I937
'Bailey Bell, 'Biclcford Slaclc, 'Ryan Russell, 'Ralph Brown, 'Kennefh Savage, 'Pillman Willcens,
Delfa Upsilon, oldesf nafional frafer-
nify on fhe Universify campus, was
founded af Williams College, Williams-
fown, lvlassachuseffs, on November 4,
1834. The frafernify is non secref in
nafure and was founded as a profesf
againsf fhe dominafion of cerfain se-
cref sociefies. The organizafion was
known for many years as fhe "Anfi-
Secref Confederafionu and if was nof
unfil I859 fhaf The Greek name "Delfa
Upsilon" was adopfed.
The significance of fhe frafernify's
moffo is public, fhere is no grip and no
secref password. lfs consfifufion and
fhe records of ifs convenfions have al-
ways been public while if is only wifhin
recenf years fhaf fhis has been frue of
Mrs. J. R. Jarrell, fhe smiling D.U.
hosfess from Humbolf, Texas.
The Delfa Upsilon-Thefa Combine:
Fred Carder, lvlarieffa Darling, Mar-
garef Linebaugh, Glenn Davis.
Jim Follens, Harry Mclnnis, Glenn
Davis, Wayne Heckler, and Bob Rapp
before fhe dreaded one o'clocks.
Polly Taylor and Jack Chrisfian-
Whaf are fhe books for?
Harry Mclnnis and Lida Lee-Lida
was aroused and as usual Harry was fhe
Smoking fhe peace pipe before fhe
regular affernoon siesfa-Jack Miller,
Bob Downing, and Lawrence Williamson.
The Delfa Upsilon house af 603 W.
Brooks, occupied since The fall of I929.
CLASS OF l934
Carl T. Addingion, Fenelon W. C. Boesche, Jr., Glenn R. Davis, James G. Follens, Malcolm
W. Hudson, Harry Mclnnis, Roloerf B. Mee, Lawrence M. Williamson, Fred P. Myers, Lulher
CLASS OF l935
Allen C. Aler, Frederick Carder, Jr., Jack J. Chrisfian, D. S. Harris, Wayne W, Heckler,
Sieve A. Pace, Neal H. Myers, McCoy J. Ewerf, Harry C. Trenlman, G. John Oberfell,
J. Grey Umpleby, 'W. Elwin Gilchrist 'Dale Wall.
CLASS OF l936
Don C. Allred, Dan R. Dunnelf, Roberl C. Downing, David B. Hulchcrafl, H. M. Ligon, Jack
E. Miller, William P. Morrison, G. Morgan Morehouse, Charles C. Pyle, A. J. Spahr, 'Billie
Burke, 'James F. Haning, 'John O. Hall, 'Ross Flafi, 'Charles V. Smilh.
CLASS OF I937
'J. D. Ligon, 'Norris G. Henlhorne, Jr., 'William J. Hefner, 'Ben Nicholas, 'Bob Rapp,
'F. M. Reynolds, 'William O. Smyfhe, 'Joe Weinberg. 'Hunler G. Pedigo, 'L. C. Jones.
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PHI KAPPA SIGMA
Phi Kappa Sigma was Tounded aT The
UniversiTy oT Pennsylvania on OcTober
l9, l85O. IT is The only naTional TraTer-
niTy Tounded aT The UniversiTy of Penn-
The Civil War desTroyed all eighT oT
The SouThern chapTers and only Three oT
Them were ever revived. The TirsT chap-
Ter esTablished aTTer The Tounding oT The
TraTerniTy was aT PrinceTon UniversiTy.
This chapTer was Tinally lcilled by anTi-
The elecTion oT honorary members To
TraTerniTy membership is prohibiTed.
Kappa Epsilon was organized in Sep-
Tember, I923, Tor The purpose oT peTi-
Tioning Phi Kappa' Sigma and became
an acTive chapTer oT ThaT organizaTion
on February 2, I929.
Mrs. Mae Clark is The Phi Kap hosTess.
Tom STephens and Joe Mannas are
Two Tine chapTer represenTaTives.
Jake l'lampTon is chapTer prexy.
Two soc:ialiTes, The Derby Clubbers
ll-lampTon and E. G. Nashl.
Don Hays, baslceTball Tlash, and Bill
Pansze, CapTain I933 Sooner TooTball
RoThrocl4 and PraTher puT on The miTTs
in preparaTion oT The boxing Tourney.
This mighT well be called a miniaTure
Who's Who secTion To look aT This
This loeauTiTul old colonial house occu-
pied by The Phi Kaps is locaTed in The
seven hundred block on Elm STreeT.
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CLASS OF I934
Evans G. Nash, Harry Aggers, Hugh R. Humphreys, Dave H. Siormonl, Bill N. Pansze, J. C.
Hamplon, Willard D. Gurley, Ralph L. Bolen, Alberl Kulp, Cecil Meadors, T. J. Fuson, 'Bob
C. Smifh, Melvin Smilh.
CLASS OF i935
Bill Beidleman, Frank Linn Killingsworlh, Lewis Killinqsworlh, Dwiqhl Hamlin, Donald Hays,
Waldron C. Wisdom, Franlc McCann, Tom Slephens, 'Roberl Culver, 'Roy Melinder, Auslin
CLASS OF I936
Jerome Bird, R. Renn Rolhroclc, Roberl R. Bunch, Carl Mosf, 'Morris While, Roberl Beidle-
CLASS OF I937
'Dick Johnson, 'Joe Beidleman, 'Morrison Slevens, 'James Barneli, 'Norion McCellancl,
'Lawrence E. Bolen, 'Dan H. Carpenler, 'Lionel E. Edwards, 'Rex Barflell, 'Joe Marinas,
'Bill Lewis, 'Bill Hudleslon, 'Harold A. While, 'Bill Hendrixson, 'Snoolcs Jones.
THE INTER-FRATERNITY COUNCIL
DUDLEY CULP .
JOE SMALLEY . .
GEORGE RUSSELL .
BRUCE BEASLEY ,
Bel-a TheTa Pi
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Phi Gamma DelTa
Phi DelTa TheTa
Pi Kappa Alpha
Phi Kappa Psi
Alpha Tau Omega
Delfa Tau DelTa
Alpha Sigma Phi
Pi Kappa Phi
Lambda Chi Alpha
Phi Kappa Sigma
Phi BeTa DeI+a
Sigma Alpha Mu
The lnTer-FraTerniTy Council is The governing body Tor The social TraTerniTies on The UniversiTy campus and
is composed oT Two represenTaTives Trom each TraTerniTy.
The Council has The power To make and enTorce all rules perTaining To TraTerniTy rush, pledging, and gualiTi-
caTions Tor iniTiaTion. The work oT The Council in This respecT has been parTicularly heavy This year due To a
change in The rush and pledging rules. 4
The awarding OT a cup Tor scholarship, sponsoring and awarding a cup Tor The winners in inTer-TraTerniTy
aThleTic compeTiTion, sponsoring The InTer-FraTerniTy Mixer Tor TirsT year men, The lnTer-FraTerniTy Sing, and The
lnTer-FraTerniTy Dinner Dance, are among The many and varied acTiviTies oT The Council.
"The Skir+" crashes
+hrough fhe headlines.
THE PUBLICATION BOARD
The PublicaTion Board is made up oT one represenTaTive
each Trom The SOONER, The Oklahoma Daily, The Whirl-
wind, PublicaTions-aT-Large, The Men's Council, and W. S.
G. A. and Three TaculTy members, who represenT The admin-
Supervision oT sTudenT publicaTions is The parTicular duTy
oT The Board. EdiTors oT all publicaTions are selecTed by This
body Trom applicanTs who have served in major sTaTT posi-
Tions Tor a period oT aT leasT seven monThs prior To Their
applicaTions. The General Manager oT PublicaTions is
charged wiTh appoinTing The Business Managers Tor The sTu-
denT publicaTions. These sTudenT managers will work in har-
mony wi+h The General Manager who is responsible To The
AcTual managemenT oT publicaTions is leTT enTirely To
I-1.1-Ll-QERBERT The EdiTors and Business Managers, The Board reTraining Trom
inTerTerence excepT in cases where iT Teels ThaT iT can be oT
real assisTance or ThaT The work is unsaTisTacTory. Decisions involving The expendiTure oT large
sums oT money are usually made in consulTaTion wiTh The Board.
PROP. l'l. l-l. HERBERT .... Chairman EARL SNEED . . . . . SOONER
PROE. J. l'l. CASEY . . . SecreTary-Treasurer DALE CLARK . . . . Oklahoma Daily
DEAN D. B. R. JOHNSON .... EaculTy NAN REARDQN . . . Whirlwind
RALPH SEWELL . . . PublicaTions-aT-Large l-l. C. LUMAN . . . Men's Council
CORlNlELlA LYNDE . . . . W. S. G. A.
THE JOURNALISM PRESS INCORPORATED
Formed June I, I93O, by an acT oT The PublicaTion Board, The Journalism Press Incorpor-
aTed has as iTs principal worlc The prinTing oT The Oklahoma Daily, The Whirlwind and The STudenT
DirecTory. ITs direcToraTe is inTerIocI4ing wiTh ThaT oT The PubIicaTion Board.
Seven members are included in The group, one represenTaTive each Trom The PubIicaTion
Board, The IvIen's Council, and W. S. G. A., and Tour TacuITy members. A number oT sTudenTs
are employed by This organizaTion, principally To workin The UniversiTy prinT shop.
Cecil I-I. BriTe, General Manager oT PublicaTions, supervises much oT The work oT This organ-
izaTion and The eTIicienT managemenT oT publicaTions is largely due To his abiIiTy and Tireless
The mechanical deparTmenT is under The supervision oT Charles TanT, whose consTanT eTTorTs
have resuITed in sTeady and marked improvemenTs along This Iine.
PROP. H. H. HERBERT . . . . Pfaaiala-H
PROP. JoHH H. CASEY . . . . . SecreTary-Treasurer
FRANK CLECKLER . . saay, uaivafaiiy oT Oklahoma AssociaTion
JOSEPH A. BRANDT . . Eaiiaf, uaivarawy oT Oklahoma Press
EARL SNEED . . ..... PublicaTion Board
MARIETTA DARLINC5 . . . vv.s. e. A.
EWIN6 SADLER . . IvIen's Council
CECIL I-I. BRITE
THE 934 SOONER
Twe IQ34 SOONER is The ThirTieTh yearbook To be pub-
lished aT The UniversiTy oT Oklahoma and The TwenTy-sixTh To
be ca led Tl-IE SOONER. The TirsT book came in The year
T905 and was called The "MisTleToe," which name was con-
Tinuec unTil I909 when The presenT name was adopTed. There
has been a SOONER every year since ThaT daTe.
Twe purpose oT The SOONER is To provide a lasTing
recorc oT The acTiviTies oT The school year in as aTTracTive a
way as possible. An eTTorT is made To porTray every phase oT
schoo liTe and To creaTe a book which The sTudenT will enioy
long aTTer The end oT his college career.
PublicaTion and managemenT oT The book are enTirely
under The direcTion oT The EdiTor and The Business Manager,
who are sTudenTs, and is carried ouT by Them wiTh The assisT-
ance oT Their sTaTTs, also made up oT sTudenTs. Financing,
which is under The supervision and conTrol oT The PublicaTion
JOE FRED GIBSON Board. is Through adverTising, sale oT books, and sale oT space
The EdiTor is elecTed each spring by The PublicaTion Board and serves unTil The compleTion
oT The book Tor The Tollowing year which is shorTly beTore The end oT The second semesTer. To be
eligible Tor This oTTice he musT have served aT leasT seven monThs as a major sTaTT member which
posiTion he may receive only Through appoinTmenT by The PublicaTion Board on recommenda-
Tion oT The EdiTor or Business Manager under whom he served.
The Business Manager Tor The i934 and previous ediTions was selecTed by The same sysTem
as The EoliTor. l-lowever, The power oT designaTing The Business Manager Tor The l935
SOONER has been delegaTed by The PublicaTion Board To
The General Manager oT PublicaTions. This plan will be Tol-
lowed unTil The Board sees TiT To change iT.
AppoinTmenTs To The ediTorial and business sTaTTs are
made by The EdiTor and Business Manager, respecTively, and
are approved and recorded by The PublicaTion Board. ATTer
serving in a minor posiTion The appoinTee is eligible Tor ser-
vice on The maior sTaTT and on recommendaTion oT The EdiTor
or Business Manager is approved by The Board. ATTer seven
monThs oT maior sTaTT service he becomes an acTive member
oT publicaTions and may voTe in The spring elecTions and hold
any elecTive oTTice.
LINA JANE WALKER
PAUL DAY . .
THE I934 SOONER
JOE FRED GIBSON . . The Edifor
LINA JANE WALKER . . The Manager
CHARLES EOLLANSBEE . . AssociaIe Edifor
WILLIAM WHITEMAN . .
KENNETH WILSON .
. CIass EdiIor
. . I:raI'ernI+Ies
MARY ELIZABETH HEWGLEY . . Fea+ures
ROSEMARY PARKS ..... Feafures
HELEN HOUGH .
HORACE CALVERT .
NAN REARDON .
DON NIX . . .
STEWART MARK .
WILLIAM VAN WIE .
JACK CHRISTIAN .
NOLAN METI'IVIN .
ROBERT NEPTUNE . .
ED MC CURTAIN . .
MARJORIE NEWBERN .
KATHERINE GIBSON .
. EdiIoriaI AssIs+anI
. AdverIIsing Manager
ALLAN ENGLEMAN .
WAYNE HECKLER .
ED HORNER .
HARRY LEWIS .
BOB MEE . .
. Spor'rs EdiIor
. .EcIi+oriaI AssisIanI
. CircuIaIion Manager
. . CoIIec+Ions
. Adverfising Sa Iesma n
RALPH SEWELL .
DALE CLARK .
JOHN TURNER .
THE OKLAHOMA DAILY
JOHN FORTSON . . . . . Edi+or
DUDLEY TICI-IENOR . . Business Manager
Managing Ediior REX CHANEY . . . Sporjrs Edifor
. News Edi+or MARTHA J. DOWELL . . Women's EcIiIor
. Ciiy EdiI'or ROY HICKOX . . . AssiSIanI' Cilry EcIiIor
LEROY MC NEIL
THE OKLAHOMA DAILY
"More Than a sTudenT newspaper" is The slogan oT The
Qlclahoma Daily, newspaper published in connecTion wiTh The
School oT Journalism. The paper has been published as a
daily since The Tall oT I9Io. Previous To ThaT Time There had
been a weelrly, The TirsT sTudenT newspaper aT The UniversiTy,
Trom T906 To IQI3 and a semi-weelcly, The UniversiTy Clela-
homan, Trom l9l3 unTil l9l6.
The paper is published daily, excepT Mondays and holi-
days, ThroughouT The regular school year. IT also conTinues,
in a Tabloid Torm, during The summer Term. AlThough Tea-
Turing UniversiTy news The paper also provides naTional news
Through The service oT The AssociaTed Press as well as an ac-
counT oT downTown Norman happenings.
All sTaTT members are sTudenTs in The School oT Jour-
nalism, The paper providing The maioriTy oT The laboraTory
worlc in ThaT school. Every Journalism sTudenT is given an T
opporTuniTy To secure acTual newspaper experience by worlc- DUDLEY TICHENOR
ing on The Oklahoma Daily.
The EdiTor is selecTed by The PublicaTion Board To serve Tor The duraTion oT one school year
Tollowing his appoinTmenT and is responsible To ThaT Board Tor his policies in running The paper.
The Business Manager, Tormerly selecTed in The same manner, will be appoinTed in The TuTure by
The General Manager oT PublicaTions and will be responsible To him. Members oT The sTaTT are
selecTed by The EdiTor and Business Manager and worlr under Their supervision.
STudenT subscripTions, alumni subscripTions, and adverTising sold by The business sTaTT are
The paper's source oT supporT. AlThough noT primarily a money malcing enTerprise, The Daily may
aT Times accrue small proTiTs which go Toward insTalling new
mechanical eguipmenT in The prinT shop in order To assure
Typographical improvemenTs and regular publicaTion.
An eTTorT is made To secure a wide range and a Tree
expression oT sTudenT opinion Through The use oT signed edi-
Torials and The encouragemenT oT ThoughTTul conTribuTions.
The ediTorials are wriTTen by Journalism sTudenTs as The labo-
raTory worlr Tor Their courses in ediTorial wriTing, buT conTri-
buTions are welcomed Trom any sTudenT or TaculTy member
in The UniversiTy.
The Daily has a reading circulaTion oT over Tive Thousand
and is The oTTicial news organ oT The UniversiTy. IT serves iTs
purpose well and is recognized as one oT The leading college
dailies in The UniTed STaTes.
THE SOONER MAGAZINE
Carrying news and evenTs oT UniversiTy inTeresT ouT To Sooner
alumni in all parTs oT The world and aT The same Time bringing back The
accomplishmenTs and Triumphs oT Tar disTanT alumni To Those who live in
closer conTacT wiTh The UniversiTy is The dual TuncTion oT The Sooner
Magazine, monThly alumni publicaTion. As an organ serving The Thou-
sands oT Tormer sTudenTs, iTs TuncTion is unique.
When your Tormer room-maTe, who now has a coTTee planTaTion in
SouTh America, sTrikes gold on his land or when he and his wiTe, who
used To be your Tormer sweeThearT, have Twins, you'd cerTainly like To
know abouT iT.
Or when you, who have became a TacuITy member aT The UniversiTy
or aT Tulsa, are promoTed To a deanship or wriTe a book, he ouT in
SouTh America is bound To Tind iT oT greaT inTeresT, if only To Tell his
wiTe ThaT he always expecTed you were ThaT sorT oT person,
Thus, The magazine Takes, wiThin iTs monThly covers, news ouT Trom
The UniversiTy and Oklahoma and also reaches ouT and brings back oTher
iTems which oTherwise never would be made generally known wiThin The
STaTe. In Oklahoma, The magazine has a very deTiniTe Tield in carrying
more inTimaTe accounTs oT alumni achievemenT Than sTaTe newspapers
do. IT suppIemenTs The news, TrequenTly, giving TacTs behind The sTory
ThaT would inTeresT you.
- The Sooner Magazine TirsT was published in The Tall oT I928, iTs
ERNIE I-IILL' Edlior Tounding due To a greaT exTenT To Frank S. Cleckler. alumni secreTary oT
The I92I class, and Joseph A. BrandT, also oT The I92I class, iTs TirsT edi-
Tor. IT immediaTely Tound an enThusiasTic reading public among The TiTTy Thousand Tormer sTudenTs and alumni
oT The greaT UniversiTy Tamily.
ITs TirsT ediTor, Mr. BrandT, served in ThaT capaciTy unTil The Tall oT I933. I'Ie was succeeded by Ernie Hill,
oT The I932 class. BoTh oT The ediTors were Trained in The UniversiTy journalism school. Mr. BrandT's duTies in
connecTion wiTh his work as ediTor oT UniversiTy publicaTions became so numerous and so consuming ThaT iT was
impossible Tor him To conTinue wiTh The magazine.
George McElroy, a graduaTe oT The law school This year, became business manager in The fall oT I932, suc-
ceeding Millard PaT Sinclair, a graduaTe oT The I933 law class and now a pracTicing aTTorney in Oklahoma CiTy.
Since TiTTy Thousand persons have aTTended The UniversiTy since iT was Tounded TorTy-Two years ago, The
number inTeresTed in iTs pasT and presenT personaIiTies Torms a sizeable group oT readers. This group, aIThough iT
is spread clear around The world, is inTeresTed in alumni ceIebraTions, I-Iomecomings, and The announcemenTs oT
birThs, marriages, address changes and deaThs oT Tormer school-ma+es.
The Sooner Magazine, oT course, is The only publicaTion which has as iTs I
purpose The Tieing TogeTher oT all These evenTs concerning Sooners.
A service sTarTed only This year was The publicaTion oT a quar-
Terly Alumni News BuIIeTin which is senT To all graduaTes of The Uni-
versiTy wheTher or noT They are acTive members oT The Alumni associ-
aTion. The BuIleTin presenTs a general picTure oT The UniversiTy and
news oT iTs alumni and TacuITy. The quarTerIy, oT course, makes no
eTTorT To carry longer and more compleTe arTicles abouT alumni and
The UniversiTy. IT merely is a sample oT whaT is in The magazine.
One oT The mosT popular TeaTures oT The Sooner Magazine is The
secTion known as Belle I.eTTres and Bell Ringers which appears Toward
The back oT each issue. Books wriTTen by alumni are reviewed in This
deparTmenT by oTher alumni and by ouTsTanding TaculTy personaIiTies.
Longer arTicles are devoTed To recenT evenTs and accomplish-
menTs oT general alumni inTeresT. InTimaTe reviews oT aThIeTic seasons
Telling more compleTeIy The inside sTories oT championship and dub
Teams are carried. More Than ever, The Sooner Magazine is Trying To
bring To iTs readers only Those Things which will concern Them and
Their Trienols who have aTTended The UniversiTy, ThaT disTincTive seT oT
persons who have learned To respecT and love The UniversiTy Tor whaT
iT is accomplishing and iTs personaIiTies who are making This progress
POSSIIPIG- GEORGE MC ELROY, Manager
THE UNIVERSITY CDF CJKLAHOMA ASSOCIATION
The UniversiTy oT Oklahoma associaTion, operaTing Trom oTTices in
The Oklahoma Union on The campus, provides The greaT Torce ThaT links
TogeTher The Thousands oT Tormer sTudenTs and graduaTes who have
gone ouT Trom The UniversiTy inTo various parTs oT The world. This asso-
ciaTion-Their associaTion-welds Them TogeTher inTo a single group
and also gives Them a deTiniTe relaTion To The UniversiTy.
IT is an associaTion buiIT by The alumni To keep Them inTormed con-
cerning The UniversiTy, and likewise To keep The UniversiTy inTeresTed in
whaT iTs alumni are doing. These are The basic TuncTions oT The Univer-
siTy oT Oklahoma associaTion. Many oTher services ThaT concern The
alumni and Their school have become imporTanT acTiviTies oT The associ-
aTion unTiI Today iT is an inTegraI parT of The greaT UniversiTy educa-
In TacT, Ten diTTerenT Types oT work are now in The charge oT The
associaTion secreTary, Frank S. Cleckler, oT The I92I graduaTing class.
I'Ie and his sTaTT are in charge OT The monThly pubIicaTion, The Sooner
Magazine, and also a guarTerly Alumni BulleTin which is senT To all grad-
uaTes oT The UniversiTy.
One oT The imporTanT pieces oT work, he is concerned wiTh is The FRANK Cl-ECKLER
planning and direcTing oT Homecoming Reunions each Tall. Commence- Secremr Almlmi Associafion
menT and Class Reunions also are arranged and direcTed Through The Y
The associaTion also mainTains an alumni records bureau conTaining a compIeTe currenT Tile oT addresses,
occupaTions, degrees and daTes oT graduaTion oT The Thousands oT Sooner graduaTes. IT also mainTains a conTacT
wiTh Alma MaTer and helps perpeTuaTe campus Triendships and associaTions.
A Teachers' pIacemenT bureau Tor The beneTiT oT graduaTes and Tormer sTudenTs is mainTained wiThouT
charge Tor alumni who are in The Teaching Tield. Local alumni clubs and counTy groups are aided in Their organi-
zaTion plans by The associaTion which oTTen provides speakers and enTerTainmenT TeaTures Tor such meeTings.
The associaTion plans and direcTs large alumni TuncTions in The inTeresT oT The UniversiTy. For example, The
STadium-Union Memorial Fund already has provided exTra-curricula TaciIiTies Tor The UniversiTy cosTing in excess
oT one-halT million dollars.
IT also sTimuIaTes various acTiviTies oT The alumni Tor The UniversiTy such as inTeresTing promising high school
graduaTes ThroughouT The sTaTe in aTTending The UniversiTy. IT likewise conTacTs IegisIaTive groups, The press and
oTher inTIuenTial organizaTions in The inTeresTs oT The UniversiTy and assisTs The UniversiTy in numerous oTher ways.
During The pasT Two years, ChesTer I-I. WesTTaII, oT Ponca CiTy, a member oT The I9I6 class, has been presi-
denT oT The associaTion and under his leadership much has been accomplished by The organizaTion. The TirsT vice-
presidenT is Lewis R. Morris, Oklahoma CounTy aTTorney, oT The l9I7 law class, and The second vice-presidenT is
Weaver I-lolland, vice-presidenT oT The Dallas, Texas, LighT and Power company. I'Ie is oT The I9 I 3 class.
Mr. Cleckler is secreTary-Treasurer oT The execuTive board oT The associaTion. Members-aT-large on The
board are OTTo "DuTch" Brewer, '20, I-lugo, ChocTaw CounTy aTTorneyg Glenn C. Clark, 'l3, chieT geologisT oT
The ConTinenTaI Oil company, Ponca CiTyg Mrs. WaITer Ferguson, '07, coIumnisT Tor Scripps-I-Ioward Newspapers,
Tulsa: Earl FosTer, 'I3, aTTorney, Oklahoma CiTy: Neil R. Johnson, '08, rancher-sTockman, Norman: ErreT R.
Newby, '08, oil operaTor, Oklahoma CiTy: and John Rogers, 'I4, aTTorney, Tulsa.
Members oT The execuTive board and disTricTs They represenT are: TirsT disTricT, LuTher I-I. WhiTe, 'I4, chieT
geologisT, J. A. I-lull Company, Tulsa: second disTricT, A. N. "Jack" BoaTman, 'I6, aTTorney, Okmulgeei Third
disTricT, Charles B. Memminger, 'I4, '33, aTTorney, sTaTe senaTor, AToka: TourTh disTricT, Ben I-IaTcher, '25, aTTor-
ney, Ada: TiTTh disTricT, Lewis R. Morris, 'I7, Oklahoma CounTy aTTorney, Oklahoma CiTy: sixTh disTricT, John
Rogers, 'I4, aTTorney, Tulsa: sevenTh disTricT, George A. Meacham, '20, aTTorney, CIinTon3 and eighTh disTricT,
I:riTz L. Aurin, 'I5, chieT geologisT oT The SouThland RoyalTy company, Ponca CiTy.
TOM EINNEY . . Co-EdI+or
ELDON FRYE . . . Co-EcIi+or
NEIL E. BOGAN ....... Business Manager
MARJORIE NEWBERN ......
J. C. DENTON, JR. . .
STEINER MASON .......
ARCHER AKERS ....... CircuIaIion Manager
MARK MEISTER VIRGINIA RUTH GEN-TRY
MARGUERITE BUSCH BETTY BRADLEY CATHERINE BOZARTH
The Whirlwind is The humor magazine oT The UniversiTy and is published once a monTh
during The school year.
The TirsT issue oT The magazine came in May, I92 l, when iT was published privaTely. The
Tollowing Tall iTs publicaTion was resumed and in November, l92 I, iT came under The iurisdicTion
oT The PublicaTion Board and became an oTTicial sTudenT publicaTion.
ExcepT Tor The second semesTer oT The school year l924- l925, when iT was suspended by
school auThoriTies because oT censorable maTerial prinTed in The January, l925, issue, The maga-
zine has enioyed conTinuous publicaTion since iTs incepTion. During The pasT Tew years iT has
been issued only six Times per year buT became a monThly again in SepTember, IQ33.
As in The case oT The SCCNER and The Qlqlahoma Daily, The Whirlwind is under The gen-
eral supervision oT The l3ublicaTion Board. The EdiTor and Business Manager Tor This year and Tor
previous years have been
designaTed by ThaT Board
Trom applicanTs who have
served in maior sTaTT posi-
Tions. l-lowever, in line wiTh
a new plan oT The Board, The
Business Manager in The Tu-
Ture will be appoinTed by The
General Manager oT Publica-
Tions and will worlq in close
harmony wiTh him. The EdiTor
will conTinue To be elecTed in
The cusTomary manner,
The ediTorial and busi-
ness sTaTTs are selecTed by
The EdiTor and Business Man-
TOM FINNEY' CO-edifor ager, respecTively, and are
ELDQN FRYEI Qoedgior enTirely responsible To Them.
This year a conTribuTion box
was placed in The lobby oT The Union Building and every sTudenT in The UniversiTy was encour-
aged To make conTribuTions. If a sTudenT showed promise he was given a minor sTaTT posiTion
on The ediTorial sTaTT. ATTer saTisTacTory service in a minor sTaTT posiTion and on recommenda-
Tion oT The EdiTor or The Business Manager, a sTudenT may be approved by The PublicaTion
Board Tor a maior sTaTT posiTion. Seven monThs oT service on The maior sTaTT qualifies The sTu-
denT as an acTive member oT publicaTions, and, as such, he is enTiTled To voTe in The spring
elecTion and may become a candidaTe Tor any elecTive oTTice, including ThaT oT EdiTor.
During The pasT year an eTTorT has been made To obTain some really good shorT sTories as
well as excellenT humorous shorTs and TeaTures. ConTribuTions have been soliciTed Trom TaculTy
members as well as sTudenTs. The cover design Tor one issue was drawn by John l-leld, Jr.,
naTionally known illusTraTor.
The magazine is Tinanced Through subscripTions and Through The sale oT adverTising by The
THETA SIGMA PHI
Thefa Sigma Phi, nafional honorary and professional iournalisfic frafernify for women, was
founded af fhe Universify of Washingfon in I909. A chapfer. Zefa, of Thefa Sigma Phi was
insfalled on The Oklahoma campus April I7, I9 I5.
Thefa Sigma Phi was organized primarily fo accomplish achievemenfs as an organizafion in
fhe field of leffers, calculafed fo raise fhe sfandards of iournalism and af fhe same fime fo offer
unify fo women engaged in iournalisfic work, eifher as sfudenfs or as professionals, and fhrough
such unify confer honors upon fhose who have disfinguished fhemselves in journalism.
Zefa chapfer is acfive on fhe campus and meefs regularly fo carry ouf fhe purposes of fhe
frafernify. The oufsfanding acfivify of fhe local chapfer is ifs annual "Waffle Iron" banguef,
pafferned affer fhe "Gridiron" banquefs of fhe professional iournalisfic world.
MARTHA JANE DOWELL . . . . Presidenf
NAN REARDON . . . . Vice-Presidenf
NELL DRENNAN . . Secrefary
HAZEL LEE , . . . Treasurer
MISS GRACE E. RAY . Sponsor
JEANETTE TURNER LINA JANE WALKER MARTHA JANE DOWELL
GERALDINE SPEYERS NELL DRENNAN HAZEL LEE
DOROTHY WOODRUEF DENEICE GOODART CHARLINE PENNER
"The Presiden+'s Class" as- I
sembles a+ Dr. Bizzell's home.
PHI ETA SIGMA
CHARLES L. FOLLANSBEE . . .
JOHN HORWITZ . . .
CARL COOPER . .
ERNEST LEONARD .
SADIG TURABI . .
EARL SNEED . . . . .
PRESLEY SIMPSON FORD
FRANK O. HAMILTON
NORMAN A. HASSLER
RALPH CHARLES HOCKER
FRANK C. HUGHES
ROBERT W. KAHN
JAMES ALVIN LONG
DAHL M. DUFF
ELROY WM. EARLEY
ISAAC W. LOVELADY
J. GORDAN RATLIFF
JOHN D. UPHAM
FRED ALLAN BURG
JOHN F. CHEADLE
MAURICE LEE CLANCY
RICHARD L. DISNEY
LOYD G. DORSETT
STEWART W. MARK
WM. RICHARD McCABE
ROBERT L. ROARK
CHARLES RICHARD TAYLOR
FRANK G. WHITE
THOMAS H. WIANCKO
OAKLEY M. WOODWARD
JAMES E. THOMPSON
Phi ETa Sigma, The naTional honorary Treshman TraTerniTy, was Tounded aT The UniversiTy oT
Illinois in I923, The purpose being To encourage scholarship among Treshman men. The local
chapTer, TourTh in The naTional organizaTion, was insTalled on This campus April I2, I927.
The Olclahoma chapTer has iniTiaTecl over 300 men and almosT every member has remained
To Tinish school. The organizaTion sponsors smolcers every year To encourage The Treshmen in a
Fred NewTon and Earl Sneeol, The winners oT The I932 and l933 Dad's Day cups Tor The
besT all-around men, were members oT Phi ETa Sigma.
M. L. Wardell and L. N. Morgan are TaculTy sponsors oT The group.
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA
Alpha Lambda DeI+a, naTionaI honorary TraTerniTy Tor Treshman girls, Was esTabIished on
The UniversiTy oT Olclahoma campus April I5, I929. The naTionaI organizaTion was insTiTuTed aT
The UniversiTy oT Illinois and The presenT naTionaI presidenT oT The TraTerniTy is Dr. Maria Leon-
ard, Dean oT Women aT ThaT UniversiTy. Caroline Mason, The TirsT presidenT oT Alpha Lambda
DeITa on This campus. is now The naTionaI Treasurer.
Membership Tor The organizaTion is deTermined on The basis oT The Treshman grades. A 2.5
or beTTer average musT be had To secure eIigibiIiTy. The members are seIecTed aT The end oT
each semesTer. Girls seIecTed in Their Treshman year serve ThroughouT The sophomore year. AT
The end oT This period The members become inacTive or "coIIegiaTe" members oT The organi-
MargareT Roys, seIecTed as The I933 Dad's Day besT all-around girl, is a member oT Alpha
SARA M. FREEMAN .... . PresidenT
MAXINE APPLEMAN . . SecreTary
VIRGINIA PARRIS . . . . . Treasurer
MAXINE APPLEMAN SARA M. FREEMAN ELLEN FULLENWIDER
MARGARET ELLEN HOPPER VIRGINIA ANN HENINGER ROSEMARY HUDSON
MARIE GRACE HOPPER MARGARET RHOADES BETTY HUME
KATHERINE RADER MARY CHRISTINE SIMPSON MARGERY MEACHAM
DOROTHY SHEARS VIONNE STEPHENS VIRGINIA PARRIS
Pe-eT, an Indian Term meaning "Ten besT men," is The oIdesT honorary organizaTion on The
UniversiTy campus, being Tounded in I9 IO. TradiTionaIIy iT has seIecTed The ouTsTanding iuniors
on The basis oT Their pasT record and expecTaTion oT Their TuTure accompIishmenTs.
Members musT have a "B" average beTore being considered and Their seIecTion is based
80 per cenT on scholarship and The remainder upon campus acTiviTies. pIedging oT The iuniors
seIecTed Tor The ToIIowing season is on Senior Day. The same riTuaI Tor pledging and iniTiaTion
has been preserved in The original.
AIThough a maximum oT Ten new members each year is provided Tor, The seIecTion seIdom
reaches ThaT number, because oT The sTricT reguiremenTs. A minimum oT IOO honor poinTs is
required and sTiTT quaIiTicaTions oT personaIiTy are imposed above These.
EARL SNEED . . ChieT
BILLY LONGMIRE . . . Sachem
JOE GIBSON . . Medicine Man
PETE TAUSON . . Wampum Man
JOI-IN FORTSON BLAND WEST ' BILLY LONGMIRE
JOE GIBSON JERRY KIRSCI-INER PETE TAUSON
CheclcmaTe is a senior inTer-school organizaTion Tor men, which requires a high scholasTic
average, as well as leadership gualiTies Tor membership.
AlThough The deTiniTe purpose oT The order is lcepT secreT, CheclcmaTe sTrives To TurTher
high ideals in The senior class. Members are pledged in Their iunior year, buT do noT become
acTive unTil They are seniors.
The represenTaTives are Trom The School of Law, The College oT Engineering, The College oT
Business AdminisTraTion, The College of ArTs and Sciences, and The School oT Geology.
BILLY LONGMIRE . . Pre-sidenT
JOHN ROBINSON . . . Vice-PresidenT
JOHN R. WALLACE . . SecreTary
RAY ANTHONY . . Treasurer
JOHN ROBINSON LAWRENCE ELDERKIN RAY ANTHONY
ALFRED WEINZIERL JEROME LAUDERMILK BILLY LONGMIRE
JOHN R. WALLACE
One of fhe leading honor sociefies of fhe campus is Toga, infer-professional associafion,
founded in I922. The purpose of fhe organizafion is fo bring info fellowship fhe leaders of each
professional school for mufual benefif and inspirafion.
Members are chosen on a basis of personalify and superior scholasfic abilify. Each spring,
usually on Senior Day, Toga conducfs a public pledging, af which fime fhe ideals of fhe organi-
zafion are sef forfh, and fhe selecfed sfudenfs are infroduced.
Toga has always selecfed ifs men from leaders in each of fhe professional schools repre-
senfed on fhe campus, and sfands for professional superiorify. Ifs repufafion as a successful
sociefy is sfafe-wide.
If is considered one of fhe highesf honors fhaf a man can affain fo become a member of
MARTIN MILLER . . . . Presidenf
FRED BROWN . . Secrefary-Treasurer
LESLIE HEMRY, School of Law FRED BROWN, College of Business Adminisfrafion
ROBERT VAI-ILBERG, College of Engineering JOI-IN FORTSON, School of Journalism
MARTIN MILLER, College of Engineering ELDON ERYE, School of Fine Arfs
LATI-IAM YATES, College of Engineering ALFRED WEINZIERL, School of Geology
LEWIS KENNEDY, School of Medicine
ElecTion To SlceleTon Key is made on The basis oT ouTsTanding gualiTies in characTer. scholar-
SlceleTon Key is a local organizaTion, Tormed on The UniversiTy campus February I5, IQ33.
The nucleus oT The new organizaTion was The membership oT Blue Key which disbanded as a
resulT oT inTernal sTriTe and The subsequenT resignaTion oT several prominenT members.
The organizaTion has mainTained The same principles and ideals To which iTs predecessor,
Blue Key, had adhered, Those oT service and leadership in sTudenT aTTairs aT The UniversiTy.
The mosT prominenT acTiviTy oT The group is To serve in any capaciTy ThaT calls Tor a group
oT represenTaTive sTudenTs. The members oT This organizaTion sTudy sTudenT problems and con-
Ter wiTh The TaculTy on guesTions when a knowledge oT sTudenT opinion is desired. The organiza-
Tion meeTs aT regular luncheons aT which The problems are discussed.
ship, sTudenT acTiviTies, leadership, and service.
HUGH OWENS . . . .
EARL SNEED . . .
JOE FRED GIBSON JOHN ROBINSON
LAWRENCE WILSON BOB HERT
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Morrar Board, Ihe nalional honorary Trarerniry for senior women, was founded in I9 I8, ar
'rhe Universily of Michigan. The Olclahoma chaprer of Morlar Board was organized on Ihe
campus in I923. The local chapler is Icnown as Ihe OwI and Triangle chaprer.
The purpose of 'rhe organizaiion of The Morlrar Board is Io provide for Ihe na+ionaI union of
senior honorary socielies for women. The main obiedive of Morlar Board is Io Iurlher Ihe spirif
of IoyaI+y and fellowship among universily women, Io promofe spiriied feeling, Io mainlain a
high sfandard of academic achievemenl, and To recognize and encourage praclical leadership.
The Morlar Board was ins+rumen+aI in helping eslablish for Ihe Tirsl Time on Ihis campus an
honorary girls' iunior class, modeled afler Ihe men's presiden+'s class.
The scholarship achievemenl required for membership is a "B" average, wi+h +he addilion
of prominence in school acfivifies and a high characler slandard.
LINA JANE WALKER ..... . . Presidenr
VIRGINIA FISHER . . . Vice-Presideni
RUTH OMAN . . . . . Secrefary
MARTHA JANE DOWELL . . . . Treasurer
ELIZABETH AMIS MARIETTA DARLING MARGARET ROYS
MARTHA DAVIS MARY TAPPAN
MRS. W. B. BIZZELL MISS EDNA MCDANIEL MISS HELEN RUTH HOLBROOK
MISS DORA MCEARLAND MISS EDITH MAHIER
Women sTudenTs oT The UniversiTy inTeresTed in The dance Tind an ouTIeT Tor Their expres-
sion in Orchesis. Annually The membership oT Orchesis is made up oT a group oT seIecTed
dancers. High sTandards oT Technical proTiciency are mainTained Tor The new members.
Regular meeTings are held by The group. Twice annually programs are presenTed To The
public by The dancers. A ChrisTmas program, usually an inTerpreTaTive drama, is The TirsT oT
These presenTaTions. This season The organizaTion's version oT The Juggler oT NoTre Dame was
The Tinal resulT oT The year's worlc is The spring concerT. All The dances presenTed in The
concerT are individual creaTions and The resulT oT The soIuTion oT individual problems.
JOSEPHINE LANDSITTEL . . . . . . PresidenT
MARGARET JEAN WELDON . . SecreTary-Treasurer
HELEN GREGORY ..... . . . Sponsor
SARA MARIE BATTEN
LETA MAE BLIZMAN
GEORGIA LEE CLARKE
MARY LUCILLE DAVIS
DOROTHY ROSE ENGLISH
ANNA MAE GORDON
DOROTHY J. HENRY
SCABBARD AND BLADE
"D" company. Third regimenT oT The Scabbard and Blade, naTionaI miIiTary TraTerniTy, was organized aT The
UniversiTy of Oklahoma in I92I. The narional organizaTion was Tounded aT The UniversiTy oT Wisconsin in I904.
Due To iTs unusually rapid expansion Scabbard and Blade now has 78 chapTers on iTs rolls.
Only advance course R. O. T. C. sTudenTs are eligible Tor membership. MiIiTary proficiency and good
fellowship Torm The basis Tor seIecTion To The organizaTion. Scabbard and Blade concerns iTselT primarily wiTh
raising The sTandard OT miIiTary drill in The American universiTies and colleges: uniTing miIiTary deparTmenTs in a
closer reIaTionship: encouraging The essenTiaI good guaIiTies and proTiciency in The oTFicers: and promoTing
Tellowship among The cadeTs.
The "slime," or pledge, encampmenT held every semesTer before The inducTion oT new members is one OT
The TeaTures oT The school year.
ProminenT social acTiviTies oT Scabbard and Blade are The Founder's Day BanqueT, sponsorship oT The
MiIiTary Ball, and The annual Scabbord and Blade dinner dance.
HIRST SUFFIELD . . . . . . . CapTain
BLAND WEST . . . FirsT LieuTenanT
WILLIAM VAUGHAN . Second LieuTenanT
JOSEPH RUCKS . . . Second LieuTenanT
HOWARD BROCKMAN ..... . . . SergeanT
EARL SNEED JOSEPH G. RUCKS GEORGE HENRY SHIRK JOHN R. WALLACE
JOHN S. OLDFIELD JACK L. KERNS CLAUDE L. KIRKMAN WILL WILSON
HIRST B. SUFFIELD JOE FRED GIBSON WILLIAM K. GARNETT FRED BROWN
ARTHUR J. PANSZE JOHN ED COOPER RALPH WOLVERTON FRED DUNLEVY
DAN RUSSELL OWEN HAROLD J. WATTERS HARRY TRENTMAN H. C. LUMAN
BLAND WEST WILLIAM BROOKS, JR. LAWRENCE WILLIAMSON FRANK MCCANN
WALTER L. METCALFE FLOYD ALLEN CALVERT HAROLD H. LeCRONE JERRY NOLAN
GEORGE HYMAN WEBER HARRY H. ALLEY JOHN K. WHISTLER HAROLD WATTERS
T. J. FUSON HAROLD E. FLEETWOOD JAMES BYNUM KENNETH DUFF
EVANS G. NASH WARREN T. GUNTER JAMES C. BUCHANAN BUD BORING
WILLIAM B. VAUGHAN WILLIAM K. KING ROY GARDNER WAYNE HECKLER
ALFRED FRAMPTON HARRY WOODS HANKINSON DICK TAFT PAUL McCLUSKEY
JEROME KIRSCHNER WAYNE CHESNUT HOWARD L. BROCKMAN STANLEY TYLER
RALPH CARLIN CLYDE DINGER JAMES MAJOR JEROME BYRD
TOM FINNEY MAX STUNTZ JIM AKRIGHT JAMES D. FELLERS
AL TODD R. T. SLOVER ROBERT VAHLBERG J. Jf HARRISON
MACK HUMPHREYS DONALD WEIR GENE GILL R. S. HARRIS
BOYD GUNNING BOB LONG T. RAY PHILLIPS H. C. BLAKE
DICK SIMMS M. S. COX BOB LANCASTER
LIEUTENANT JAMES V. COLLIER
The TraTerniTy oT Bombardiers was Tounded February 22, l928, aT The UniversiTy oT Oklahoma, by a number
of basic sTudenTs in The Reserve OTTicers Training Corps. They organized wiTh The purpose oT promoTing a beTTer
spiriT oT harmony and Tellowship among The basic sTudenTs OT The universiTy uniT. The members of The original
chapTer aTTempTed To selecT Those men Trom The basic corps who displayed a disTincT proficiency as soldiers, as
well as ouTsTanding qualiTies oT leadership and personaliTy.
One oT The original obiecTs oT The Bombardiers is To Train The members in The school oT The soldier and The
school oT The squad. Command and leadership, as well as The sTudy oT The maneuvers oT The TooT drills, come in
Tor parTicular emphasis. ExperT Training is Turnished The members in These Tields, mosT imporTanT To The basic
sTudenT. In addiTion To This basic Training a number oT ouTside spealcers are broughT in To give Their knowledge
in insTrucTion in special phases oT miliTary science.
The organizaTion aT presenT operaTes locally only, alThough concerTed eTTorTs are being made To widen iTs
CandidaTes Tor membership musT have mainTained aT leasT a "B" average scholasTically, and have been
passed upon by a commiTTee oT TacuITy members as TIT Trom a sTandpoinT oT leadership and characTer.
J. DUANE O'SHEA .... . PresidenT
R. T. POLLARD . . . . Vice-PresidenT
DAHL DUFF . . . . SecreTary
HENRY L. MCCONNELL . . . . Treasurer
C. N. BOWERS
CHARLES M. CARDER
WILLIAM P. CHAMPLIN
WILLIAM R. CLARKE
GEORGE F. BAUER
DONALD W. BROWN
J. HOWARD BROWN
JOHN F. CHEADLE
JOHN H. CREW
ROGER H. DAVIS
J. H. DUNN
BILLY H. FLEETWOOD
ALFRED E. GRAHAM
JOHN O. HALL
LIONEL E. EDWARDS
R. B. GENTRY
MORRIS L. GERSHON
RUSSELL D. HALE
NORMAN A. HASSLER
JOE M. MILLS
N. EZRA HESTER
E. F. HUBBARD
NORTON J. McCLELLAND
CECIL A. MYERS
ROBERT O. MYERS
JAMES L. POWELL
R. C. REYNOLDS
WILLIAM W. TALLEY
JAMES E. THOMPSON
R. GLADSON TURNBULL
LEON R. VANCE
FRANK G. WI-IITE
THOMAS H. WIANCKO
J , .1 Q 1 xi. " ' I M
The Rui-Neks, upperclassman pep organizaiion, was Iounded on Ihe campus in Ihe fall of I9l5 by a group
of varsiiy Ieifermen. While afiending a baskeiball game in The "Old Gym" several former Iooiball men in Their
enihusiasm began siamping Their Iee+ and causing a general uproar. Finally someone said Ihey were aciing
like a bunch of rough necks. The name was adopied by Ihe presenl organiza+ion.
The purpose of Ihe organizaiion is 'Io encourage a'Hendance aI all aihleiic evenlsi Io supervise The freshman
men: Io uphold Soonerland Iradiiionsq and 'Io encourage pep al all afhleiic coniesis.
To be eligible for membership in The Rui-Neks, The candidaie musi have iunior sianding in The Universiiy.
The membership is Iimiied io Iwo members 'From each fraierniiy and nineieen non-Traierniiy men.
The oT'IiciaI uniform oi The Rui-Neks is a red shiri, whiie Trousers. and black shoes.
The highlighi oi The Rui-Nek acIivi+ies Tor The year was Their Irip in a body Io The Texas game ai Dallas.
HARRY KORNBAUM . . . . Chief Nek
MAX KELLEY . . . Royal Unshaven Nek
AL FRAMPTON . . . Royal Ink Squirier
DICK PRICE . . Royal Keeper of Shekels
HARRY AGGERS LEWIS DEVANNEY TOM BRALY NEIL BOGAN
JAMES MENDENHALL ROY JAMESON AMES COLLEY FRED BROWN
JOE FRED GIBSON JIM CLEARY MALCOLM HUDSON DICK RICHARDS
WILL WILSON SID PATTERSON HASKELL ARMITAGE DON HAYS
BUD BROWNING HAROLD LeCRONE BOB LOFTIN JOHN OBERFELD
BILL CHAMLEE BILL AMEND JIM COCHRANE JIM MCCALL
MARION FOREMAN ERVYL BROSS JOE RUCKS DICK TAFT
TOM ED GRACE
R. T, POLLARD
T. RAY PHILIPS
The Jazz Hounds were insTiTuTed aT Oklahoma UniversiTy in I9I7 To promoTe Sooner pep on Toreign Tields.
They were acTive unTil I929 when pep orders were disbanded by The UniversiTy auThoriTies. Due To a decided
lack oT school spiriT among The sTudenT body and a waning inTeresT in sporTs They were allowed To reorganize in
The Tall oT I932.
Funds Tor ouT-of-Town games are raised by The Jazz Hounds Through The sale oT programs and Their sales
cry, "Name, number. and salary oT every playerI," is Tarniliar To all who aTTend Sooner games.
The masTer sTrolce of The year againsT Their TradiTional rivals, The RuT-Nelcs, was The Icidnaping oT Frances
Graham, RuT-Nelc queen. The day beTore The Kansas game.
Pledges are chosen each year by The acTive membership.
LUNSFORD LIVINGSTON . . . Lead Hound
HILLIARD HINSON . . . . . Tail Hound
JOHNNY JOHNSON . . Keeper of The Bones
ROBERT MOORE . . . . . SecreTary
JACK AKINS BILL DURNIL SAM MAYS EARL SNEED
ED BERRY HAMILTON DeMEULES BOB MOORE PAUL SMITH
RALPH BOLIN WALTER EMERY TOM MURPHY EWING SADLER
H. E. BRODERSON
C. E. CLOUD
O. J. COLWICK
A. L. DAWSON
T. B. GWEN
F. L. KILLINGSWORTH
J. I. LAUDERMILK
E. G. NASH
R. S. RANDOLPH
T. C. STROMBERG
J. C. WRIGHT
THE DERBY CLUB
The Derby Club was organized on OcTober 3 I, I93 I, by a group oT men who wished To encourage a closer
reIaTionship beTween The UniversiTy adminisTraTion and The sTudenT body in regard To sTudenT social aTTairs.
The club, Through iTs co-operaTion, is helping To resTore The popuIariTy oT STudenT Council dances. AnoTher
worThwhiIe purpose oT The club is To promoTe Tellowship beTween members oT The various social TraTerniTies.
This organizaTion derives iTs name Trom The cusTom oT iTs members in wearing derbies when in evening
cIoThes. The Derby Club dansanTs, given once a semesTer, are The organizaTion's only social TuncTions during
The school year.
Dean James F. Findlay is an honorary member oT The club.
TOM BIGGERS .
LAWRENCE WILSON .
EARL SNEED. . .
MILO BRISCO I
H. J. BRONSON
O. J. COLWICK
HAMILTON DE MEULES
. . PresidenT
ROBERT LEE WILSON
The Ramblers dance band has become a TradiTion on our campus equally as imporTanT and well-known as
any campus organizaTion. IT has been in exisTence under The presenT name Tor Ten years--The members orig-
inally were bound TogeTher in a local TraTerniTy ThaT IaTer became Omicron ChapTer oT Phi Kappa Sigma. John
Cole was The TirsT piIoT oT The Ramblers, Tollowed by Ray Harkin. BerT STrong, a prominenT pianisT and a
Sigma Chi, was The nexT leader, Then George Leeman, presidenT oT Phi DeITa TheTa. Cecil Meadors, a Phi
Kappa Sigma, CIiTTord Lane, Alpha Tau Omega, and Leeman again Tollowed as managers.
The presenT manager is a Phi Kappa Sigma, Pranlc McCann. He is prominenT socially as well as being a
member oT Scabbard and Blade, RuT-Nelcs, and The Derby Club.
The assisTanT manager, Merrill Harris, is a well-known vocaIisT and musician and plays The Tenor saxophone.
Harris belongs To The Lambda Chi Alpha TraTerniTy.
Bill King, also a Lambda Chi, is a member OT Scabbard and Blade, and oT The Derby Club, and is a IeTTer-
man in polo.
Cecil Meadors, pasT manager, plays TirsT saxophone and is a soIoisT. He is a member oT Phi Kappa Sigma
solo cIarineTTisT in The UniversiTy Band and a member oT The UniversiTy Symphony OrchesTra.
James Walker, TrombonisT, is presidenT oT Phi Mu Alpha, naTionaI music TraTerniTy, and a member oT Kappa
Kappa Psi. He is TirsT TrombonisT in The Band and plays in The Symphony.
Harris MaThis is a senior law sTudenT. His insTrumenT is The bass viol. Harris is an Alpha Sigma Phi Trom
Harvard, a member oT Phi Alpha Phi, naTionaI legal TraTerniTy, and The UniversiTy Symphony.
Hardy Suggs, a sax player, also doubles on The TrumpeT. He is a member oT Pi Kappa Phi, social TraTer-
niTy, and oT The UniversiTy Band and Kappa Kappa Psi.
The band's guiTarisT is Bill Jackson. This is his TirsT year wiTh The Ramblers.
Pranlq Hughes, pianisT, arranger, vocaIisT, and librarian, is anoTher TirsT year member oT The organizaTion.
He is always in on The band's noveITy presenTaTions.
AnoTher saxophonisT is Sims Wilson, who is TeaTured on cIarineT wiTh The band and also is a member oT The
Trio. He belongs To Kappa Alpha TraTerniTy.
Gordon STeinhoTT, anoTher newcomer, is a TeaTure TrombonisT and doubles on The piano.
GORDON STEINHOFF HARRIS MATHIS FRANK HUGHES
BILL KING JAMES WALKER HARDY SUGGS
MERRILL HARRIS BILL JACKSON CECIL MEADORS
SIMS WILSON FRANK McCANN
KAPPA KAPPA PSI
Kappa Kappa Psi, Tounded aT Oklahoma A. and M. College in I9I9, is The only naTionaI honorary TraTer-
niTy Tor college bandsmen. DeI+a ChapTer was esfablished on The UniversiTy oT Oklahoma campus in I92I.
Membership in Kappa Kappa Psi is based on Tour reguiremenTs: leadership, scholarship, Tellowship, and
Among The disTinguished members oT This chapTer are The IaTe John Philip Sousa: CapTain Taylor Branson,
DirecTor oT The U. S. Marine Band: CapTain William J. STannard, DirecTor oT The U. S. Army Band: Dr. Joseph
E, Maddy oT The UniversiTy oT Michigan: Maior E. P. Parker, Tormer commander oT The local R. O. T. C. uniTg
ProTessor Oscar J. Lehrer, DirecTor oT The UniversiTy Symphony OrchesTra and NaTionaI PresidenT oT Kappa
Kappa Psi: ProTessor William R. Wehrend, DirecTor oT The UniversiTy Band: and Edwin Franks Goldman, DirecTor
oT Goldman Band.
HERMAN V DEMER . . . Pmddem
EARLE E. GARRISON . . Vice-PresidenT
EVERETT R. THOMAS . . SecreTary
H. R. HALL . . . Treasurer
BEN E. ALLEN CHARLES A. GRIMES BILL HARRIES ESTAL B. PETERS
ALBERT R. BROWN JACK P. HEASLET GEORGE KERNEK RODERICK SMITH
CLIFTON L. BELL JOHN O, HALL LEWIS KILLINGSWORTH JOE STAMBAUGH
EDWIN BERRY KENNETH E. HUDSON IRA LEVINE BOOTH B. STRANGE
ROBERT K. BLACK BOB HANSON GEORGE V. METZEL JAMES T. TILLINGHAST
DON C. CUNNINGHAM HAROLD J. HEDGES JAMES R. MARTY RAYMOND C. WARWICK
MARION E, CRONKHITE WEBSTER HORN AL NEEHUES
WM. R. WEHREND .
GEORGE KERNEK . .
HERMAN ZIEMER . .
. . Direcfor
. . Presidenf
R. J. BENHAM
ROGER BEN BROWN
HUB CRAWFORD, JR.
JOE E. CUNNINGHAM
EARLE E. GARRISON
M. JEROME GORDON
JOHN O. HALL
MURRAY M. HOTCHKISS
W. J. HUGHES, JR.
JOHN WAYNE JOHNSON
CHARLES A. MOSER
A. ERVINE SWIFT
BALFOUR S. WHITNEY
JOHN C. WRIGHT
. . Presidenf
Secrefa ry-Treasu rer
KENNE H DUEE . Business Manager
ALLEN DE SI-IONC5 . EIVSI Tenor
DICK RICHARDS Second Tenor
FRANK D ASI-IBY . BariIone
CHARLES MOONEY . Bass
J. B. DIXON
T. C. EVANS
BOB LEE KIDD
TAU BETA PI
The olcIesT honorary engineering TraTerniTy on The campus is Tau BeTa Pi. IT was TirsT organized here on
ST. PaT's Day, I923, as Tau Pi. In l926 Tau Pi was admiTTed To The naTionaI organizaTion, Tau BeTa Pi, as The
Olclahoma Alpha ChapTer. The naTionaI organizaTion oT bl chapTers and over I'-7,000 members was Toundecl aT
Lehigh UniversiTy in 1885.
STudenTs musT have mainTained aT IeasT a "B" average during enroIImenT in The school previous To iniTiaTion
To be eligible Tor membership. CanclidaTes Tor membership musT also be in The upper one-TourTh oT The senior
class or The upper one-eighTh oT The junior class. CompeTiTion malces The average To ranlc in The upper secTion oT
The class much beTTer Than The minimum "B," OT The upper one-eighTh oT The juniors, only Three are eligible in
The TirsT semesTer oT Their iunior year, The remainder being eligible The second semesTer.
W. C. BEDNAR
ELBERT MCMULLIN . . PresicIenT
ROBERT VAHLBERG . . Vice-PresidenT
GEORGE WEISSER . , . SecreTary
EDWARD HARRISON . . Treasurer
HENRY HARMS ROBB MOORE ROBERT VAHLBERG
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
The American SocieTy oT Mechanical Engineers is an organizaTion open To all sTudenTs in The School OT
Mechanical Engineering and aIIied subiecTs. The Iocal uniT oT This organizaTion was Tounded on The UniversiTy oT
Oklahoma campus in I9I5. The nafional chapTer, one oT The oIdesT oT iTs Type, was founded April 7, I88O.
The purpose oT The organizaTion is To geT The young rnechanicaI engineer inTeresTed in his subject To geT
him acquainTed wiTh his fellow sTudenTs, and To keep him in close union wiTh The currenT OT engineering progress.
The organizaTion also serves To provide a conTacT IoeTween The sTudenT and The pracTicing engineer.
THOMAS CUBBAGE .
AL FRAMPTON .
PETER TAUSON .
. RepresenTaTive To ST. PaT's Council
PAUL M. PETERS
P. O. TAUSON
J. W. BOWMAN
P. A. CAMBELL
J. G. UMPLEBY
T. S. LLEWELLYN
D. L. LINDSAY
J. B. STOUT
A. W. SUDERMAN
M. R. PERKINSON
H. J. STEWART
W. R. CLARK
G. W. CARPENTER
L. B. ALLEN
M. N. BLACKSTONE
H. E. MASSEY
ALEX W. FRANCIS
H. C. ROWLAND
H. V. SHROCK
E. T. HARRISON
A. B. GIBSON
IRA G. HOWLETT
T. W. REYNOLDS
W. M. CARROLL
STUART F. BRADY
SIGMA GAMMA EPSILON
THOMAS P. BROOKS G. DREW GIBSON DAN J. JONES W. DIXON MORRIS
HARRY M. BUCHNER WENDELL GORDEN JOHN KLEP FLOYD PERKINSON
VICTOR L. FROST
RAYMOND W. DUDLEY HILLARD HINSON J. DUVAL MQCLURE HENRY H, PHILLIPS
ALFRED A. WEINZIERL
HERMAN J. WIRZ
GEORGE L. YATES
RICHARD SNEED RALPH DALE
JOHN ROBINSON AL FRAMPTON
HARRY PLUMMER WENDELL GORDON
ELLSWORTI-I SHOWEN ERNEST HANDLEY
BRUCE WILEY WILLIAM HEWITT
FRANK AKRIGHT FERRIL MQMULLIN
ORVILLE BARNETT CLINE MANSUR
JAMES BASKIN MARTIN MILLER
TOM CUBBAGE ROBB MOORE
FRED NEWTON R. L. VAHLBERG
DON PORTER O. E. VOEOELEIN
WILMER RAGSDALE HERMAN WIRZ
BOOTH STRAN GE
ALPHA PI MU
BOB KNIGHT JIMMY JOHNSON JACK AKINS KENNETH DUFF
KENNETH KLEIN LESLIE GREER PHIL LOWENTHAL JIM MAJOR
BILL BUCHAN WEBSTER HORN MAX JOHNSON MASON LYONS
.IOI-IN STANTON EDGAR DeMEULES JACK PARSONS HAROLD EISELE
SHERMAN CLAY MARVIN ELKINS BILLY LONG-MIRE LLOYD JOHNSTON
BOB EVATT HERB SANFORD
PANOWA CLAN ATUSHKAHOMA CLAN
KAY HARRISON, Clan Leader JERRY ANDERSON. Clan Leader
WILLIAM A. LUCAS VINCENT IGO NELL THOMAS CECIL MURDOCK
MARIETTA JOHNSON LAWRENCE WARE MARY THOMAS JACK SCOTT
WARREN GUNTER ELIZABETH CAMPBELL ERNEST GUNTER MUTT MILLER
PI EPSILON ALPHA
NONA BOYETT INEZ FERGUSON FRANCES GOODLOE EUGENIA KNOX KATHERINE ANNE READ
DOROTHY COSTON DELIA KATHERINE FRANKLIN VIRGINIA HALLUM RUTH LE BARRE LETA RYAN
MILDRED COSTON JEANNE FRENCH HELEN HAWK JAUNITA MILLER IDA MAE SIMS
THERESA CROMWELL MARTYNA GARRISON BILLIE JOSEPH BERTHA OUALLS GWENDOLYN THOMAS
BOBBIE DICKINSON INEZ KELLEY LOIS TRAYLOR
PLEDGES-Doro+lwea Harlow, 'WaIIeah Jones, Margaref Morris, wlmqucrlfe O'Leary, Lahoma Ryan, Madorie SrneIlaqe.
PI ZETA KAPPA
RUTH JO BANDEL
PLEDGES-FIoreir1e BarnweII, Lou Mae Dawson,
Lenore Pefers, ArneIIa Rolla, Ruflw Shannon.
HESTER HUGHES SYLVIA MILLS
MAURINE HUSBAND DOROTHY NIX
WINIFRED KETCHUM MARGARET RITTER
MARY MELBA LUCAS MARY ROLLE
LUCILLE MCGEORGE ELIZABETH RUTLEDGE
Barbara EIIFS, Marina Gran'fI'vam, LInabaI Lucas, Juanifa MiIIer, Vera Morgan
POLO AND RIDING ASSOCIATION
The Polo and Riding AssociaTion is an organizaTion Tor Those inTeresTed in equiTaTion and poIo. IT provides
an opporTuniTy Tor Those inTeresTed To obTain riding insTrucTion under experTs.
Each spring The AssocIaTion sponsors a Horse Show in which The members
during The pasT year.
R. T. POLLARD
A. S. SIAPOOSH
M. F. JARBOE
GEORGIA MAE BEASLEY
AURETTA MAE BELLMAN
NINA M. BOHN
MARY JANE BUTTS
MARY HELEN HUNTER
MRS. ELGIN GROSECLOSE
PROF. ELGIN GROSECLOSE
PROF. G. P. WILKINSON
F. A. BURG
W. J. HACKETT
MRS. MAURICE HALPERIN
PROF. MAURICE HALPERIN
MRS. HELEN HETHERINGT
show whaT They have Iearned
MRS. INA EWING
MRS. NELL BOND
HELEN LOUISE JONES
MARY LEILA KIDD
MRS. WALTER KNIGHT
V. O. KNOX
MRS. VELERIE RYAN
ON HORACE CALVERT
C. A. GRAHAM
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Dear Mr Gibson:
Here's the way I pick them. 1 H013 -A2 N08 - 5 Nol
4 N02 - 5 N06 - 6 N018 - 7 Nol2. .
It's awfully hard to tell what an g1rl's reel personal-
ity is from a photo, eo if you think I have been unfair
to anyone ewitoh them around to suit yourself. I went on
the'genera1 rules for beauty that I use myself when
drawing them. However probably lots of the students
wont agree with my choice.
I'm sending the photos back to you today.
Best wishes and good luck for the 1934 SOONER
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DirecTor of AThleTics
Bennie Owen came To
Oklahoma in T900 Trom BeTh-
any College aT Lindsborg, Kan-
sas, To assume The coaching
duTies aT The UniversiTy. l-le
was acTive as TooTball coach Tor
more Than a guarTer oT a cen-
Tury, reTiring Trom This posT in
l928 when he became DirecTor
of AThleTics, which posT he has
held since ThaT Time. FooTball
Teams coached by Owen esTab-
lished an all-Time percenTage
record oT .735 wiTh I28 wins,
52 losses and I3 Ties in I83
As early as l905, Owen
had visions oT The modern aTh-
leTic planT which graces The
campus oT The UniversiTy aT The
presenT Time. The besT years oT
his liTe were devoTed To build-
ing Sooner Teams ThaT would
meriT The realizaTion oT These
ln The early years The TooT-
ball games were played on a
Tield iusT wesT oT The siTe oT The
presenT Fine ArTs Building: laTer They were moved To Boyd Field, easT oT The presenT Fieldhouse
siTe, and a grandsTand was erecTed which would accommodaTe l000 specTaTors. BaskeTball
games were played in whaT is now The Zoology l.aboraTory unTil The building oT The Armory
when The games were moved To This building. Track meeTs were held on a dirT Track around The
ln conTrasT To Those early day condiTions, The aThleTic deparTmenT, under Owen's guidance,
has grown unTil iT includes modern eguipmenT which rivals ThaT oT any UniversiTy in This parT oT
The counTry. Memorial 5Tadium, wiTh iTs seaTing capaciTy oT over 32.000, The Field l-louse, The
Baseball Field, and The Tine cinder Track will remain always as reminders oT The TaiThTul service oT
Bennie Owen, Oklahoma's popular and capable DirecTor oT AThleTics.
Probably lhe linesl lribule lhal can be
paid lo Olclahoma's Coaching Slall is lhal
wherever lhe Sooner leams go lhey are
nol only leared lor lhe slill compelilion
which lhey oller bul are also recognized as
lhe linesl examples ol clean sporlsmanship.
Coaches Hardage and Rowland, who
came lo lhe Universily in lhe Spring ol
I932, are inlroducing a llashy and exciling
brand ol loolball. Their leams have won a
second and a lhird in lhe Conlerence and
al lhe same lime lhey have been building
lor lhe lulure, nineleen sophomores being
among lhe I933 lellermen.
l-lugh McDermoll is recognized as one
ol lhe besl baslcelball coaches in lhe coun-
lry. l-lis leams are always eilher lille win-
ners or slrong conlenders, and he has prof
duced some ol lhe nalion's linesl players.
John Jacobs, himsell a lraclq slar while
in school, lurns oul perennially good learns
in lhis sporl. l'lis characler is an inspira-
lion lo his leams.
L. E. "Jap" l-laslcell, baseball coach, is
one ol lhe smarlesl baseball men in lhe
slale and is adepl al malcing good players
oul ol raw recruils.
A producl ol lhe Gallagher "school ol
wresllingn al Slillwaler, Paul Keen has
made an enviable record al Oklahoma.
Bruce Drake, recognized as one ol lhe
linesl baslcelball players ol all lime, is in-
slruclor in physical educalion and assislanl
JOHN "BO" ROWLAND
Foolball Assisla nl
HUGH V, MQDERMOTT
PAUL V. KEEN LAWRENCE E. HASKELL BRUCE DRAKE
Wreslling Baseball Baslcelball Assislanl
As The I934 SOON ER goes To press, The UniversiTy is apparenTly bound Tor iTs TiTTh
conTerence all-sporTs championship in The pasT eighT years. WiTh Tive sporTs compleTed
and only Three more To be decided, The Oklahomans are leading wiTh a low score ToTal
oT I Ilfg poinTs, while Kansas and Nebraska Tollow, in ThaT order, wiTh I4 and I6 poinTs,
respecTiveIy. The Three remaining sporTs are baseball, ouTdoor Track, and Tennis, and The
Sooners are expecTed To be sTrong in all Three.
The sTandings are compuTed on a basis oT The low score ToTal oT The schooI's sTand-
ing in all sporTs during a compIeTe school year. Figured on This basis, Oklahoma was
TirsT Tor The school year I932-I933 wiTh a score oT 25If2 poinTs. Nebraska was second
wiTh 27If2, Kansas Aggies had 28If2, Kansas 29, Iowa STaTe 33If2, and Missouri 45. These
sTandings included The Track, baseball and Tennis Teams which are picTured in The I934
Sooner. The Sooners also won The TiTle in I926- I927, I927-I928, and I928-I929, placed
second in I929-I93O and I93O-I93 I, and were Third in I93 I-I932.
AlThough noT The oTTiciaI way oT Tiguring The sTandings, a TabulaTion on The basis OT
The records oT The Teams used in This year's SOONER would also puT Oklahoma in TronT.
By such a sysTem The Sooners would score a low oT l8If2, Tollowed by Kansas wiTh 24lf2
and Nebraska wiTh 25.
OOIT, polo, and pisTol, Three sporTs in which Oklahoma is always sTrong, are noT Tig-
ured in The conTerence sTandings. Cross counTry was noT considered This year and Okla-
homa's Team was undeTeaTed.
IT is eyidenT ThaT The aThIeTic program aT Oklahoma is a well-rounded one since
Sooner Teams, Though noT always winning championships, aT leasT Tinish in The TirsT divi-
sion wiTh regulariTy.
ALL-SPORTS STANDINGS, I933-I934
FooTbaII BaskeTbaII Indoor Track WresTIing Swimming ToTal
okLAHoMA 2y2 i W2
Kansas ..... I I4
Nebraska . . . 4 I6
Iowa STaTe . . 5I,f2 I7If2
Kansas STaTe 5If2 22If2
Missouri .... ZV2 23If2
lThe Tigures sTand Tor places and ThereTore The lowesT score indicaTes The highesT sTanding.l
By ED MCCURTAIN
Like a big red and whiTe menace The pre-season Sooner eleven loomed large as a poTenTial Big-Six champ-
ionship club. A wave oT respecT and awe spread over The sTaTe as The powerful Team appeared ready To launch
TorTh inTo whaT was To be a Tremendously hard season wiTh nineTeen sophomores as The nucleus oT The power.
As Their TirsT opponenT, The Sooners were scheduled To meeT The mighTy Commodores oT VanderbilT UniversiTy.
And Then came Tulsa, Texas, and Nebraska in ThaT order-a Terrific assignmenT. BuT This Vandy game was To be
Their biggesT TesT-a vicTory would mean naTional recogniTion. They had everyThing To gain. BuT how would
The sophomore Team TuncTion? Would The big line come up To pre-season predicTion or would The repuTaTion OT
The highly TouTed opponenTs Temporarily paralyze Their play? The answer was in waiTing.
The big VanderbilT squad came wesT, souThern drawl and all: They expecTed a TighT, and in The words OT
Their Tamous coach, Dan McOugin, "They goT iT." Over I8,000 fans crowded inTo Memorial STadium and roared
Their approval as a pack oT hard TighTing Sooners compleTely ouTplayed The SouThern Conference Team. The
game resulTed in a scoreless Tie, buT only aTTer a well concenTraTed Vandy deTense repulsed The Sooner aTTack
on Three diTTerenT occasions. Only once were The Commodores wiThin The 20-yard sTripe oT The gallanT Okla-
homans, and Then as The resulT oT a Tumble. The superioriTy oT The Sooner eleven was clearly evidenT in all
deparTmenTs oT play. GenTry, The mighTy sophomore Tackle, was designaTecl as a "snarling Tiger," so savage
BOB DUNLAP WLLPANSZE ARTPANSZE CASH GENTRY
CASH'CASON RALHGFTFRANCB JEH3COKER ELUSBASHARA
was his play: Dunlap was recognized as one oT The besT backs in The counTry, so versaTile was his play: Bashara
was heralded as a greaT guard: and Bill Pansze was poinTed ouT as being The hardesT man To bring down on The
Tield. Only Randy Dixon oT The Commodore eleven could even approach The brillianT play oT These Sooner sTars.
And Then over To The Skelly Field aT Tulsa Tor The nexT game, wiTh The Golden Hurricane oT Tulsa Univer-
siTy. BuT The powerTul Hurricane blew Too hard-or else The Sooners had spenT Too much energy in Their greaT
moral vicTory over The Commodores, Tor when The sun seT on Skelly Field These Tigures on The giganTic score-
board indicaTed whaT had happened-Tulsa 20, Oklahoma 6. Overcomfidence? Perhaps, buT a revengeTul
Hurricane Team Threw everyThing iT had inTo The sTruggle, iT had a sysTem ThaT would be hard To beaT anywhere,
and The OTT Tackle drives of scinTillaTing "SkeeT" Berry proved Too much Tor The willing Sooner line. Bob Dun-
lap's pass To Jack Harris, end, in The TourTh quarTer gave The Sooners Their only score oT The aTTernoon.
And Then came The annual migraTion To The Texas Longhorn counTry. Amid an environmenT oT Tlags, sky
rides, and rollicking Tun lThe Texas STaTe Fair was in progressl, The Sooners were on The rebound aTTer The sTing-
ing Tulsa deTeaT. Their ground plays were TuncTioning again and, wiTh The inspired play oT Casey Cason and
JeTT Coker dominaTing, The Sooners repulsed The Longhorns 9 To O: incidenTally iT was Their TirsT Texas Triumph
since I9l9. Bob Dunlap was The generalissimo oT The Sooner aTTack and The only Touchdown scorer oT The
ReTurning home Tor The Dad's Day celebraTion, Oklahoma crushed The Iowa STaTe Cyclones wiTh a lasT
period oTTensive I9 To 7. Cash 6enTry, one oT The greaTesT Tackles ever To play Tor Oklahoma, played an All-
ORVILLE COREY BEN POYNER LEROY ROBISON HAROLD FLEETWOOD
American game while Dunlap and Bill Pansze were eTTecTive on running plays. GenTry blocked Three Iowa STaTe
punTs while DunIap's passes and punTing held The Cyclones aT bay.
The Sooners headed norThward on Their nexT Trip To meeT The champion Nebraska UniversiTy Cornhuskers.
ln The words oT a Nebraska sporTs wriTer: "They came inTo The norThland heralded more or less as a pushover
. . . yeT These Sooners Tore inTo Coach D. X. Bible's Cornhuskers like a rip saw. Long and lean They played a
slashing game on The deTense ThaT made The highly TouTed Husker oTTense look very poor indeed aT Times." And
They did iusT ThaT. The Nebraskans won I6 To 7 buT only aTTer a sTrenuous game in which The breaks seemed To
be againsT The Sooners all aTTernoon. Cash GenTry was hailed as anoTher Ed Wier, Nebraska's All-American
Tackle oT oTher years. Dunlap, Pansze, Harris and Coker all played greaT games . . . "Those Sooners losT buT
They played TooTball all The way."
And Then came The annual Homecoming game wiTh The powerTul Kansas Jayhawkers as The guesTs. This
Team had held The Ramblers oT NoTre Dame To a scoreless Tie. BuT The Sooners proved To be Too sTrong and
The Jayhawks were crushed 20 To O. Again iT was a Sooner sophomore, Melbourne "Nig" RoberTson, speedy
l55-pounder, who dominaTed The spoTlighT. Behind greaTly improved blocking, RoberTson was The spearhead oT
a newly Tound oTTensive, circling The ends Tor long gains which broughT Two Third-quarTer Touchdowns and, up To
ThaT Time, The Team's mosT decisive Triumph oT The season. Sharing honors wiTh RoberTson was Orville Corey,
225-pound senior Tackle. Corey, who had saT on The bench in mosT OT The games, goT his chance and he
crowded inTo The background The usual brillianT work oT GenTry and Bashara.
ConTinuing Their oTTensive drive. The Sooners rolled up Zl poinTs againsT The Missouri Tigers while holding
Them scoreless. Again iT was Dunlap whose punTing, passing, ball carrying. and reTurning oT punTs provided
mosT oT The sensaTions oT The Sooner aTTaclc. His passes To Jack Harris, end, carried The ball deep inTo Tiger
TerriTory Time -and again.
ln The nexT conTerence game The Sooners meT The Kansas STaTe WildcaTs buT were halTed when The elusive
Doug Russell, All-Big Six back. raced 49 and 38 yards Tor Two Touchdowns. The vaunTed Sooner Torward wall
was pierced Time and again by The charging oT boTh Russell and Graham while The Sooner baclofield was im-
poTenT in iTs running and passing aTTaclc. For Oklahoma. Cason. STacy, and Miskovslcy were ouTsTanding in The
line while RoberTson, Pansze, and Dunlap were The chieT ThreaTs in The bacldield.
Thanksgiving Day dawned and came The Cowboys from A. and M. College To do baTTle wiTh Their Tradi-
Tional Toes-To The vicTor would belong The old bell clapper Trom The Tower oT The agriculTural school. A well
coached group oT Farmers headed by big Jim RosseTTe reTained The clapper Tor A. and M. wiTh a decisive I3
To O vicTory over The Sooner crew. The season had been long and hard, The baTTles had all been Tough, and The
Sooner eleven was compleTely impoTenT beTore The onslaughT of The Missouri Valley championship Team. Dunlap
was abouT The only Sooner who could go places wiTh any degree oT consisTency. The Cowboys, on The oTher
hand, played a smooTh game and wiTh Their reverses, laTerals, and spinners clicking beauTiTully, were deserving
oT The vicTory.
OT The Sooners who gained all-sTar recogniTion, perhaps The one mosT widely heralded was Cassius GenTry
KAREY FUQUA MUTT MILLER BEEDE LONG GEORGE PARRISH
who received a Third Team Tackle posiTion on The AssociaTed Press AII-American seIecTions. He was also AII-
Big Six on boTh The AssociaTed Press and The UniTed Press Teams. Ellis Bashara was awarded a guard posiTion
on The AssociaTed Press All-Big Six Team as weII as honorable menTion on The AII-American seIecTions. Bob
Dunlap also made The AII-Big Six Team oT The AssociaTed Press and was placed among The ouTsTanding guarTer-
backs in The AII-American seIecTions. Big Jim STacy was given a TirsT Team guard posiTion on several aII-conTer-
ence seIecTions and was on The AssociaTed Press AII-Big Six second Team. The UniversiTy oT SouThern CaIiTornia
picked an All-American Team OT "read heads" and STacy was aT a guard posiTion when The seIecTions were re-
leased. Jack Harris was on The UniTed Press AII-ConTerence Team aT end and JeTT Coker was given honorable
menTion in The AII-American seIecTions oT The AssociaTed Press. Harold FIeeTwood was The second Team cenTer
on The AssociaTed Press all-conTerence Team and was recognized as one oT The besT linemen in The circuiT.
The Tollowing men were awarded leTTer sweaTers by The AThIeTic Council: William Pansze, ForT SmiTh,
Arkansas, honorary caloTain: RoberT Dunlap, Haskell: Orville Long, Camden, Arkansas: ArT Pansze, ForT SmiTh
Arkansas: Ben Poynor, WeIeeTka: Cassius GenTry, LawTon: Rob Robinson, Clarksville, Texas: Raleigh Francis,
Blanchard: Karey Fuqua, LawTon: Melbourne RoberTson, Seminole: MuTT Miller, Wewoka: Jiggs WhiTTingTon,
GuThrie: Casey Cason, Lakeland, Fla.: Marion Foreman, Newkirk: George Parrish, Ponca CiTy: J. W. Wheeler,
Davis: Jack Harris, AnTIers: Orville Corey, CaIumeT: James STacy, AITus: Ellis Bashara, Norman: JeTT Ccker,
LawTon: Harold FleeTwood, Marlow: John Miskovsky, Oklahoma CiTy: KenneTh LiTTle, AlTus: Harry Ellis, AITus'
Morris McDannaId, HousTon, Texas: Wesley Beck, EI Reno: and Clay Chiles, ITasca, Texas.
MORRIS MQDANNALD J. W. WHEELER JACK HARRIS MARION FOREMAN
KENNETH LITTLE DELBERT HAYNES JCI-IN MISKOVSKY HARRY ELLIS
OT This group only seven men will be IosT To The Team nexT season. The reTurning group oT experienced men
should Torm The nucleus oT one oT The TinesT Teams in The hisTory of The school if predicTions aT This Time mean
much. A group oT valuable addiTions also come up Trom The Treshman squad and if everyThing goes well Sooner-
Iand may be vibraTing wiTh a vicTory song nexT year. BUT iT you are dubious of This predicTion, hear whaT C. E.
McBride oT The Kansas CiTy STar has To say abouT The Sooner chances nexT Tall:
"Sounding a warning a year ahead-Iook ouT Tor Those Oklahoma Sooners nexT Tall. Professor Lewie
I-Iardage and his assisTing sTaTT have a squad oT sophomores who are playing rioTous ball This season. WiTh a
season's experience under Their beITs, so To speak, whaT a TempesT They'II be on The gridiron nexT Tall.
Oklahoma .... .,........ O VanderbiIT . , .
Oklahoma .... ........ 6 Tulsa .....
Oklahoma .,.. 9 Texas .. .
Oklahoma .. . 7 Nebraska . . ..
Oklahoma .. , I9 Iowa STaTe. . .
Oklahoma .. .20 Kansas . . ..
Oklahoma ...2I Missouri .. ,.....
Oklahoma .. . O Kansas STaTe . . . . . .
Oklahoma .. . O Oklahoma A. and IVI
Oklahoma .. .82 OpponenTs .... . ..
WESLEY BECK JIM STACY JIGGS WI-IITTING-TON MEL. ROBERTSON
FINAL STANDINGS I933
School Won Los+ Pc+. School Won Los+ Pcf.
Nebraska ..., . , 5 0 I.000 Kansas . . . . . . 2 3 .400
Kansas SI'aIe . . . . , 4 I .800 Iowa Srare . , . I 4 .200
OKLAHOMA ...,,. 3 2 .600 Missouri ...,.,..... 0 5 .000
ASSOCIATED PRESS ALL-BIG SIX TEAM I'-733
FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM
PIayer School PosiI'ion Player School
Lee Penney, Nebraska .............. ..,. E nd ..... ...., E rnes'r Casini, Kansas
Bruce Kilbourne, Nebraska ,.......... . ....4. End ..... ..... J ACK HARRIS, OKLAHOMA
CASSIUS GENTRY, OKLAHOMA ..., . ..,.. Tackle. , .4... George Maddox, Kansas SJraIe
Gail O'Brien, Nebraska ...,.,......, ..... T ackle .... ...,. P e+e Mehringer, Kansas
Warren de Bus, Nebraska ......... ..I,. G uard ,... ..,.. C Iair Bishop, Nebraska
ELLIS BASHARA, OKLAHOMA ...., ..... G uard .... ..... J AMES STACY, OKLAHOMA
Franklin Meier, Nebraska ......... ,..... C enIer ,... ..,.. H AROLD FLEETWOOD, OKLAHOMA
ROBERT DUNLAP, OKLAHOMA ..., ,.... O uarrerback ......... Bernard Masierson, Nebraska
RaIph Graham, Kansas SIaIe ...... .,,.. H aIIback ....,..... Huber+ Boswell, Nebraska
Dougal RusseII, Kansas SIaIe ..., ,. , HaII:back .....,.... Lee Morgan, Iowa SIaIe
George Sauer, Nebraska ...... .... F uIIback ......,... Orrnand Beach, Kansas
OIcIahorna's I934 basIceTbaII Team scored 38I poinTs in Ten conTerence games To seT a new Big Six oTTensive
record oT 38.I poinTs per game-Tour Sooners were placed on The AssociaTed Press all-conTerence seIecTions,
Two on The TirsT sTring and Two on The second-Bud Browning seT a new conTerence scoring record Tor guards
wiTh a ToTaI oT 96 poinTs-and Ervyl Bross led The comcerence scorers in Tield goals wiTh 46 and was second in
ToTaI poinTs scored wiTh I08. BUT The Kansas Jayhawlcers won The conTerence TiTIe Tor The TourTh Time in as
BIG SIX STANDINGS
W L PcT. TP OP
Kansas ......,, ... 9 I .900 29I 235
OKLAHOMA .,. .,. 6 4 .600 38I 280
Missouri .... .. . 6 4 .600 286 25I
Nebraska . , .. . 5 5 .500 292 3 I4
Iowa STaTe . . . . . 2 8 .200 262 296
Kansas STaTe ... ... 2 8 .200 228 364
ERVYL BRCDSS DON I-IAYS BUD BROWNING WAYNE LeCRONE
The Sooners, given liTTle chance Tor The TiTle in The pre-season dope, which Tavored Kansas and Missouri,
sTarTed The season oTT like real championship conTenders by Taking SouThern lvleThodisT inTo camp by scores oT
36 To 28 and 37 To 28 on successive nighTs. A Third non-conTerence scalp was added aT The expense oT The
Oklahoma Aggies, 58 To 34. AlThough playing only parT oT each game, Percy Main and Bud Browning each
averaged I0 poinTs per game Tor These Three.
In Their TirsT conTerence game The Oklahomans whipped lowa STaTe 43 To 20. ln This game, Munson, The
Sooner cenTer, c:onsisTenTly ouTiumped Wegner, The +aIIes+ regular cenTer in The conTerence and The one who
laTer beaT Munson ouT Tor The all-conTerence posT. ATTer beaTing The Aggies again, 34 To I9, The Team leTT on
iTs TirsT road Trip againsT conTerence Toes. On This Trip Kansas STaTe and Nebraska were downed, 30 To 20, and
44 To 36. As Nebraska had already deTeaTed Kansas This leTT The Sooners in The conTerence lead and deTiniTely
marked Them as championship conTenders.
ln The nexT game The Sooners suTTered Their TirsT loss oT The season, dropping a 3I To 28 exhibiTion en-
counTer To The Missouri Tigers, buT in The conTerence game played The Tollowing nighT The Team redeemed iTselT
by Trimming The Tiger 35 To 2I. "Fudge" Warren, subsTiTuTe Torward, played an imporTanT role in This vicTory
wiTh Tour Timely Tield goals.
Three road games on successive nighTs, a TeaT noT aTTempTed by any oTher Team, proved To be Too greaT a
sTrain on The players and all Three encounTers were dropped. Kansas Took The TirsT Two by scores oT 22 To I6
and 28 To 23, The TirsT being an exhibiTion and The second counTing as The Team's TirsT conTerence loss. The
Tollowing nighT, baTTered down by The Two hard games wiTh The Jayhawkers, The Team losT a hearT-breaking deci-
sion To The Cyclones oT lowa STaTe, 40 To 38.
PERCY MAIN EDGAR WARREN Sl-TOCKY NEEDY HAROLD LeCRONE
Shorn oT Their early season lead buT sTill having a chance Tor TirsT place, The Sooners reTurned home deTer-
mined To regain Their losT presTige and To climb back To The Top again. Nebraska and Kansas STaTe were The
innocenT vicTims oT This revived spiriT and were soundly Trou-nced, 53 To 23, and 68 To 2 I. Ervyl Bross led These
scoring parades wiTh I9 poinTs in The TirsT game and 22 in The second. Oklahoma's 68 poinTs againsT Kansas
STaTe seT a new conTerence record Tor Team scoring in one game.
ForTiTied by Their easy vicTories over The WildcaTs and The Cornhuskers, The Sooners seT ouT Tor Columbia
To meeT The Missouri Team in an exhibiTion and a viTal conTerence encounTer. As usual The Tigers were unbeaT-
able on Their home courT and The Oklahomans wenT down again by scores oT 29 To 28 and 32 To 22.
The Two Tinal games oT The season were played aT home againsT The champion Jayhawkers. The exhibiTion,
in which Bud Browning, The high scoring guard, played only a Tew minuTes because oT an aTTack oT The Tlu, was
losT 33 To 26. l-lowever, Tans TelT conTidenT ThaT wiTh Browning back in The lineup The Team could win The conTer-
ence game The Tollowing nighT. When a six To noThing lead was run up aT The TirsT oT The game iT looked like The
Tans had been righT. BuT This lead was rapidly pared down, and The Kansans, led by Ebling, The conTerence scor-
ing leader, who made 24 poinTs, deTeaTed The Sooners 39 To 25. Early in The second halT "Doc" LeCrone, prob-
ably The besT deTensive man on The Team, was removed Trom The game on personal Touls. Ebling only scord Three
oT his 24 poinTs while he was guarded by Doc. A greaT ovaTion was given by The Tans To Lecrone as he leTT The
Tloor Tor The lasT Time, aTTer Three years oT good and consisTenT play Tor his Team and his school.
This deTeaT shoved The Sooners inTo Third place buT They Tinished in a Tie wiTh Missouri Tor second when The
laTTer Team losT To Kansas in The Tinal game oT The season.
ln eighTeen games, including boTh conTerence and non-conTerence, The Sooners scored a ToTal oT 644 poinTs
or an average oT 35.8 per game while Their opposiTion averaged 27.9 Tor a ToTal oT 503. In individual scoring
Bross led his feammafes wifh a fofal of I5O poinfs, buf was closely followed by Browning wifh I46 and Percy
lvlain wifh I27. Munson accounfed for 57 poinfs, Hays for 46, Warren 45 and Harold LeCrone 28. In Big Six
scoring Bross led fhe conference in field goals wifh 46 buf was beafen ouf for fhe leadership by Ebling of Kansas
who scored 44 field goals and 36 free fhrows fo fie fhe record of I24 poinfs, sef by Tom Churchill of Oklahoma
BIC-3 SIX SCORING
G FG FT TP
Ebling, Kansas, f ..,.......... ... IO 44 36 I24
BROSS,OKLAI-IOIv1A,f ,....... ... IO 46 I6 IO8
BROWNINO, OKLAHOMA, g ...... IO 35 26 96
Wegner, Iowa Sfafe, c ,........ IO 32 30 94
Miller, Missouri, g ...,.......,..... IO 32 II 75
Lunney, Nebraslca, f ,............... IO 3I I3 75
Leffers were awarded fo fen men, including Main, Bross, and Warren, forwards, Munson and I-lays, cenfers,
and Browning, I'I. I.eCrone, Tyler, W. LeCrone, and Needy, guards. OF fhis number Ivlain, all-conference his
sophomore year and iusf as good for fhe pasf fwo, Bross, all-conference fhis year, and I-I. I.eCrone, acclaimed by
Coach McDermoff for The pasf fwo years as fhe besl' defensive man in fhe conference, will be Iosf by gradua-
fion. Browning is a iunior, Munson has fhree semesfers of compefifion leff, and fhe ofhers are sophomores.
Ofher squadmen who will be back nexf year include Cobb, Soufhard, Tone, Vaughn, Wallace and Robinson.
Wirh fhese leffermen and squadmen and wifh such promising freshmen as Connelly, Nelson, Freeman, Coleman,
Remy, Rorex, Gunning and ofhers coming up, indicafions are fhaf anofher good feam will be produced nexf year
wifh a chance fo regain fhe conference fifle which Oklahoma has nof held since I929.
Through fhe sfellar pifching of Travis "Ace" Hinson, a sophomore find, and fhe .300 or beffer hiffing of
six regulars, Coach l-laskell's Sooner Baseballers were enabled fo go fhrough a full season of sixfeen games wifh
only five defeafs, fheir final average for all games being .688.
l'linson, working in nine games, was charged wifh only one defeaf.
Because of a shorfage of funds fhere was no official Big Six Conference race. l-lowever, Oklahoma, Mis-
souri and Kansas Sfafe compefed and fhe Sooners divided fhe unofficial championship wifh fhe Kansas Aggies,
each feam winning fhree and losing fwo games for a percenfage of .600.
BIG SIX STANDING
Won Losf. Pcf.
OKLAHOMA ... ... 3 2 .600..
Kansas Sfafe .,,. . ,,.,.. 3 2 .600
Missouri ...,.,,................... 2 4 .333
Af fhe beginning of fhe season a frophy was offered by fhe Oklahoma Cify Times and The Oklahoma Base-
ball Federafion fo be presenfed fo fhe champion among Oklahoma college feams. The feams were divided info
"major" and "minor" groups and each feam was required fo play so many games wifh members of fhe "major"
FRANCE COBB TRAVBPMNSON JOHN MEKLE HLLBRAKEHLL
group in order To be eligible Tor The Trophy. This was done in order To prevenT The padding of schedules wiTh
weak opponenTs. AlThough losing The Trophy To The Oklahoma Aggies in The lasT Two games oT The season, The
Sooners won eighT games while losing only Three and Tinisned high among The leaders wiTh a percenTage OT .727.
No Team, eiTher in This race or in The abbreviaTed conTerence schedule was able To gain an advanTage over The
Oklahoma Team in games won.
When The Tinal hiTTing averages Tor The season were released iT was disclosed Thar six of The O. U. regulars
had baTTed aT a .300 or beTTer clip Tor The enTire year and ThaT Tour oTher squadmen had averages beTTer Than
.26O. Doyle Tolleson, big sophomore caTcher, led The baTTers wiTh an average oT .360, and I3 oT his 27 hiTs
were doubles, Triples and home runs. Bill Amend, shorTsTop Trom AnTlers, who was hurT in mid-season and
played only half The games, baTTed 352, while Ray Dunson, Indian ouTTielder Trom Okemah, was Third wiTh .346.
STaTisTics also showed The Sooner piTching sTaTT To be well above The average. AlThough, Hinson bore The
maioriTy OT The hurling burden he was ably supporTed by The veTeran Spicey Fulps and by Andy Beck and Tonka
Twelve men won leTTers and of This number only Andy Beck, TirsT baseman and reserve piTcher, who was
elecTed honorary capTain aT The end oT The year, Ray Dunson, ouTTielder, and Ralph Brand, second baseman,
were losT by graduaTion. lndicaTions are ThaT The I934 Team will be even beTTer Than ThaT oT I933. Those win-
ning 'leTTers were Travis l-linson and Spicey Fulps, piTchers, Doyle Tolleson, caTcher, Beck, Brand, Francis "Pudgy"
Cobb, LeRoy Woodson and Bill Amend, infielders, and John lvleikle, Bill Brakebill, Sidney PaTTerson and Dunson,
LEROY WOODSON SPICEY FULPS RALPH BRAND SID PATTERSON
DOYLE TOLLESON ANDY BECK BILLY AMEND
Oklahoma Universiiy ,...... 2 Oklahoma Aggies .
Oklahoma Universiry ....... 6 Oklahoma Aggies .
Oklahoma Universify ..,..., 4 Oklahoma Aggies ..
Oklahoma Universily ....... 3 Oklahoma Aggies ..
Oklahoma Universily ....... 4 Cenlral Teachers ..
Oklahoma Universiiy ....... 4 Cenrral Teachers ..
Oklahoma Universiry ...,... IO Soulhwesrern
Oklahoma Universify ....... 4 Soulhwesrern . . . . .
Oklahoma Universily ....... I6 Soulhwesre-rn ..........
Oklahoma Universiry ....... 6 Oklahoma Cily Universiiy ..,.
Oklahoma Universify ..,.... 4 Oklahoma Cify Universiry ....
Oklahoma Uriiversify ....... 7 Kansas Siafe ..........
Oklahoma Universiry ....... 6 " Kansas Sraie ..........
Oklahoma Universily ....... Zl Missouri Universiry
Oklahoma Universily ....... 8 Missouri Universify
Oklahoma Universiiy ....... 5 Missouri Universily
BILL THOMPSON BARTLETT WARD BOB MOORE LORIS MOODY
Led by an all sophomore relay quarTeT and by Bill Newblock, The veTeran bespecTacIed high jumper, The
Sooner Thinclads gained a share in a conTerence Track TiTIe Tor The TirsT Time since I929, in The Indoor MeeT held
aT Columbia. The men oT John Jacobs Took Tour TirsTs, Two seconds and a Tie Tor anoTher, one Third and a Tie Tor
anoTher, and a single TourTh Tor a ToTaI oT 33 poinTs, which equalled The score oT The Nebraska Cornhuskers,
undispuTed champions Tor The pasT Three years.
BeTore The mile relay, which was The Tinal evenT oT The meeT, The Oklahomans Trailed by Three poinTs, buT
The championship Tie was made possible by The conTerence record Tying perTormance oT Moore, Thompson,
Moody and Ward, whose Time Tor This evenT was 3 minuTes and 29 seconds.
Individual championships were won by Newblock who high jumped six TeeT Two inches, BarT Ward wiTh a
52-second perTormance in The quarTer and Loris Moody who Took The haIT mile run in 2:OO.I.
Ward also Took second place in The broad iump while Newblock was TourTh in The sixTy-yard low hurdle
evenT. OTher poinT winners were Gilles wiTh second in The shoT, Barham who Tied Tor second in The high iump,
Moore Third in The quarTer and Adkison who Tied Tor Third in The 60-yard dash.
The Team conTinued undeTeaTed indoors by winning The Tulsa AThIeTic AssociaTion meeT wiTh 33 poinTs To
20 Tor Kansas, The second place Team. AIThough They Took Tive TirsTs and compIe+eIy dominaTed The Team com-
peTiTion in This meeT, The Sooners were forced To share The limelighT wiTh Glen Dawson, Their former TeammaTe,
who won a special mile run from Glenn Cunningham of Kansas in The good Time of 4:29.9.
The Oklahoma relay Team was again successful, winning in 3:34.4. OTher firsT places were Taken by Cox in
The fiffy-yard dash, Moody in The half mile and Newblock in The high jump and in The fifTy-yard low hurdles.
Seconds were Taken by Moore in The quarfer, Simms in The broad jump and Barham who Tied for ThaT place in
The high jump evenT. Harold KeiTh, anoTher former Sooner, was second in The Two-mile run.
Oufdoors The Team did noT fare so well, dropping To fourfh place in The conference meeT aT Lincoln and
losing To The Oklahoma Aggies aT STillwaTer for The firsT loss wiThin The sTaTe since l9I2. However, a number of
enviable individual performances were Turned in, and The Sooners won The Oklahoma Amafeur MeeT aT Norman
and a Triangular wiTh The Aggies and The Oklahoma BajoTisTs aT Shawnee, as well as making a good showing in
The Kansas and Drake relays and scoring in The Nafional lnTercollegiaTe.
Two individual championships were Taken by Sooners aT The conference ouTdoor meeT, Bill Newblock high
jumping six feeT Three and Three-quarTers inches for a new conference record, and BarT Ward racing The 440-
yard dash in The near record Time of 48.9 seconds. Ward also Took fourTh in The 220-yard dash. Ofher Sooner
scorers were Cox who Took Third in The IOO and fiffh in The 220, Moore wifh Tiffh in The 440, Gilles second in
bofh The discus and The shoT, Marks fiffh in The javelin, Burk Tied for TiT+h in The pole vaulf, and Barham second
in The high jump.
BEN MARKS WHITLEY COX ALBERT GILLES BILL NEWBLOCK
The Team scored a ToTal oT 3Olf4 poinTs, iusT Three-TourThs oT a poinT behind The Third place Kansas Aggies
buT Tar below The ToTal oT eiTher Nebraska or Kansas who Tinished TirsT and second.
A new school record was seT up in The Oklahoma AmaTeur MeeT when The mile relay guarTeT oT Moore,
Thompson, Moody and Ward sTepped The disTance in 3:l9.7. The Tormer record was 3:23.3. AlThough no Team
award was made aT This meeT Oklahoma was easily The class oT The Teams represenTed. FirsTs were Taken by Cox
in The IOO, Newblock in The I2O-yard low hurdles, The Team oT Moore, Hill, Ward and Cox in The 880-yard relay,
Marks in The iavelin Throw and by The mile relay Team.
AT The Triangular meeT wiTh The Aggies and BapTisTs, TirsTs were Taken by The mile relay Team, The 440-yard
relay Team composed oT Adkison, l-lill, Ward and Cox, Barham in The high jump, Marks in The iavelin.
AgainsT The Aggies, Oklahoma Took eighT ouT oT TiTTeen evenTs buT didn'T score enough seconds and Thirds,
losing The meeT by a score oT 69 To 62. Ward was The high poinT man oT The meeT wiTh TirsTs in The 440 and The
broad iump and a second in The 220, while Gilles Took TirsT in boTh The discus and shoT. Marks Threw The iavelin
over I97 TeeT Tor a TirsT in ThaT evenT and his besT performance oT The year. OTher TirsT places were Taken by
Moody in The halT mile, Newblock, Sims and Barham in The high iump, and The mile relay Team.
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FirsT and a Tie Tor Third in The high jump, second in The javelin, second in The broad jump, Third in The shoT
puT, second in The 440-yard relay and Third in boTh The one mile and 880-yard relays was The record oT The
Oklahomans in The Kansas Relays. Newblock cleared six TeeT Three and Three-eighThs inches Tor The TirsT place
in The high jump while BarT Wards, Though beaTen Tour inches by Gray oT Nebraska, broad jumped 24 TeeT and
one-halT inch Tor his besT leap oT The season.
AT The Drake Relays, The 440-yard relay Team was second and The 880 Team TourTh in The UniversiTy divi-
sion and Ben Marks Took second in The javelin and Bill Newlolock Tied Tor second in The high jump and won
TourTh place in The hop, sTep and jump.
Oklahoma also scored aT The NaTional lnTercollegiaTe where BarT Ward won TiTTh place in The quarTer and
sixTh in The broad jump. Newblock, who was considered To have an excellenT chance of winning The high jump,
was unable To aTTend The meeT.
LeTTermen Tor The season included Don Adkison, Jesse T-lill, WhiTley Cox, Bob Moore, Loris Moody, Bill
Newblock, Bill Thompson, Doug Barham, AI Gilles, Torn Simms, LoyeTT Burk and Ben Marks. OT This group all buT
Newblock, Adkison and Marks will be back Tor The I934 season. Newblock was designaTed as honorary capTain
aT The end oT The season.
HENRY JANZ, LORIS MOODY, ELWOOD CLEVELAND, FLOYD LOCHNER, CLYDE MCG-INNIS
Led by a sensaTional sophomore sTar, Floyd Lochner oT Agra, T932 naTional inTerscholasTic mile champion,
Coach John Jacobs' Sooner harriers swepT Through all opposiTion, running brillianTly in all oT The meeTs and
Tinishing undeTeaTed. Three meeTs were held and in only one oT Them was The race run over The Two-mile rouTe,
The regular cross counTry disTance oT Tive miles being adopTed again aTTer iTs abandonmenT in l929. Various
kinds oT counTry Tormed The rouTes oT The courses-hilly, rocky, and someTimes level ground. AT Times The cold
norTh wind hampered The runners as They iogged over The rouTe. No exTraordinarily good Times were made
during The season, Lochner's Time oT 26:08 being The besT oT The year. NeverTheless, The running was consisTenT
and aT Times specTacular. In The TirsT meeT OT The season, a Triangular aTTair wiTh The Oklahoma Aggies and The
CenTral STaTe Teachers aT Edmond, The Sooners buried Their opponenTs wiTh a Team score OT 53 poinTs. The
Aggies had a ToTal oT 29 and CenTral Tinished wiTh I3. Lochner was The individual winner, running The Two miles
in lO:l5 on The heavy dirT Track. He was Tollowed by Herschel Price oT The Aggies and Loris Moody oT The
Sooners. Elwood Cleveland, Sooner, was TourTh and Irwin oT The Aggies was TiTTh.
ReTurning To Their home Track Tor The inviTaTional Tive-mile run beTween halves OT The Oklahoma-Kansas
TooTball game, The Sooners were again vicTorious. And This Time They were Tacing plenTy oT Tormidable opposi-
Tion as The me-eT was open To all amaTeur Teams who wished To compeTe. The Sooners, again led by The inimiTable
Lochner, won The sTaTe championship wiTh a ToTal oT 26 poinTs, CenTral STaTe Teachers College oT Edmond had
23 poinTs, and The Oklahoma Aggies Tinished wiTh only 9 poinTs-They could noT receive crediT because only Two
oT Their men Tinished. Lochner seT The pace wiTh 26:08, Tollowed by Herschel Price oT The Aggies and Glen
Dawson oT The Tulsa AThleTic Club. Elwood Cleveland oT The Sooners was TourTh and Loris Moody, Sooner, was
Moving over To The hilly STillwaTer course aT The A. and M. College, The Sooners ran Their hearTs ouT, man-
aged To win The Team TiTle buT losT a greaT deal OT presTige, individually speaking. Having never beTore run on
a hilly course, The Sooner sophomores Tailed To seT The pace ThroughouT The race and sTraggled To The Tinish in
places much lower Than during The preceding races. Glen Dawson, Tormer Sooner greaT and UniTed STaTes
Olympic Team member in I932, seT The pace ThroughouT and sTeamed home in TirsT place wiTh Herschel Price oT
The Aggies Tinishing second. Dawson was Timed in 26:57, comparaTively slow. buT neverTheless good Tor The
rouTe. Harold KieTh, anoTher Tormer Sooner sTar, was The Third man To Tinish Tollowed by Elwood Cleveland OT
The Sooners. Clyde McGinnis, Sooner, was TiTTh. Lochner, The ace oT The Team, was sick and managed To
sTraggle To The Tinish in TenTh place.
IT was an almosT enTirely sophomore Team ThaT Coach Jacobs TroTTed ouT on The Track and The brilliance oT
Their record is indicaTive oT The excellenT maTerial wiTh which he had To work. AnoTherJear will probably see
The enTire Team again inTacT and The prospecTs Tor anoTher all-vicTorious season are goo .
The 'Following men were awarded leTTer sweaTers by The AThleTic Council: Lochner, Elwood Cleveland, Clyde
McGinnis, Loris Moody, Bill Thompson, Henry Janz and Bill Oakes.
ON THE MAT
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CLIFTON WI-IITEI-IEAD, Caplain
Conlinuing lhe remarkable record which lhey have mainlained since lhe coaching dulies were assumed
lour years ago by Lieulenanl Ivan D. Yealon, lhe Universily pislol leam again won lhe Nalional R. O. T. C.
Championship and proved lo be one ol lhe linesl leams in lhe Uniled Slales.
The leam has held lhe Nalional R. O. T. C. Championship lor lour slraighl years and during lhal lime has
won 20 cups, ll8 medals and 39 championships lgold medalsl, 39 silver medals lor second places in champion-
ship malches, and 26 bronze medals lor lhird honors in championship shools. During lhe pasl year il held more
Soulhweslern, Individual Slale and Nalional championships lhan any olher college leam in lhe counlry.
During lhe pasl year lhe leam was lirsl in lhe Nalional Field Arlillery R. O. T. C. .22 caliber championship
as well as in lhe compelilion lor lhe Daily Oklahoman Cup given in lhe Oklahoma Targel Pislol 50-yard .22
caliber championship. They were second in lhe Oklahoma Police Pislol 20-yard .38 caliber and look lhird honors
in lhe Soulhweslern N. R. A. .38 caliber.
Lell lo righl: Clillon Whilehead, I-lomer Blake, Melvyn Slilwell, John Cassily, Mark Cox, Lieulenanl Ivan D. Yealon, Sluarl Bradvl
Elmer Bray, J. R. Ricks, Jr., Woodrow Way, Nash Truss.
The Big Six Championship was regained by Paul Keen's I934 Tusslers aTTer a drop To Third
place in The I933 compeTiTion. This TacT in iTselT marked The season as a success even Though The
Team suTTered deTeaT aT The hands oT The TradiTional wresTling champions, The Oklahoma Aggies,
and losT To Two oTher excepTionally Tine Teams, CenTral STaTe and SouThwesTern Teachers
VicTories were won Trom NorThwesTern, 34 To O, and EasT CenTral, 32lf2 To IV2. AT This
poinT, however, The TirsT semesTer ended and old man eligibiliTy played havoc wiTh The Sooner
hopes. Four men, all oT Them poTenTial conTenders Tor naTional crowns, who had been expecTed
To hold down regular berThs on The Team, were Thrown by This unscheduled opponenT.
The Team ThaT meT The SouThwesTern Bulldogs was a vasTly diTTerenT lineup Trom The one
ThaT had Taken The easy early season maTches. The Bulldogs had liTTle Trouble in winning by a
score oT 23 To 3, only Wayne MarTin, Tormer naTional high school champion Trom Tulsa, breaking
Through Their dominaTion To Take a maTch Tor The Sooners. The nexT maTch was wiTh The sTrong
CenTral Teachers aggregaTion and was dropped by a score oT l8lf2 To 7lf2.
AlThough beaTen in sTaTe compeTiTion, The Sooners showed ThaT They could noT be counTed
ouT oT The conTerence race by Trouncing The WildcaTs oT Kansas STaTe 20 To 6. The losers were
able To gain only one decision and Two draws.
AT STillwaTer, The Team, TurTher crippled by The loss Through iniury oT lv1arTin, suTTered iTs
worsT deTeaT oT The season, going down by a score oT 3I To 3. Marion Foreman was The only
Sooner able To win a maTch.
The TirsT Aggie maTch proved To be The low poinT oT The Sooner season. The Tollowing
weelc, They Toolc The measure oT NorTheasTern by a score oT I5lf2 To IOV2. AT The Big Six meeT
The Team rolled up 32 poinTs Tor TirsT place. lv1arTin, Nelson, and BroadbenT won individual
championships and JohnsTon, Foreman, Sandler, and STacy Took seconds.
ln The Tinal maTch oT The season, The Sooners again losT To The Oklahoma Aggies, This Time
by a score oT 27lf2 To 4lf2. Only Wayne MarTin was able To gain a decision while BroadbenT
drew wiTh his Aggie opponenT. MarTin's win was The TirsT loss suTTered by The Aggies in The
TirsT Tour weighTs This season.
LeTT To righT: Charles Davis lCapTainl, Paul l-lodge, John Alley, Norman Weir, Ai-T lv1cAnally.
Second place in Big Six compeTiTion was The record oT The I933 Tennis Team. Only The Kansas Jayhawker,
wiTh Wilbur Coen, Their naTionally ranked capTain, were able To sTop The Sooner neTmen. On accounT oT de-
pleTed Tinances oT The AThleTic AssociaTion The Team's schedule was much shorTer Than usual and consequenTly
only Two men, Davis and l-lodge, played in enough maTches To leTTer. DespiTe The TacT ThaT These Two men will
be losT, prospecTs are good Tor I934 inasmuch as a number oT likely Treshmen will become eligible.
LeTT To righT: Maurice l-Tankinson, ArThur ST. John, Vv'alTer Emery, Woods l-Tankinson,
The NaTional lnTercollegiaTe Championship was won during The summer oT I933 by WalTer Emery, capTain
oT The Oklahoma golf Team. This meeT included in iTs enTries man oT The TinesT young golTers in The counTry,
and by beaTing ouT such a Tield Emery esTablished himselT as a golTer To be waTched aT imporTanT Tourneys in
The TuTure. The Team also Took TirsT and second place Tor individuals, TirsT and second Tor Two-man Teams and
TirsT Tor Tour-man Teams aT boTh The STaTe CollegiaTe and The Big Six meeTs.
lnTramural sporTs were inauguraTed aT The UniversiTy in The Tall oT I925. Only 256 men
parTicipaTed in The evenTs ThaT year in comparison wiTh 3054 who Took an acTive parT in The
inTramural program Trom The Tall oT I932 Through The spring oT I933. The purpose oT inTra-
mural aThleTics is To give every man aTTending The UniversiTy an opporTuniTy Tor exercise and Tor
The keen compeTiTion in sporTs which he would noT oTherwise obTain. From The manner in which
parTicipaTion has increased during The shorT Time ThaT The sysTem has been esTablished, iT can
readily be inTerred ThaT inTramurals are becoming an ouTsTanding TacTor in school acTiviTies.
The inTramural program is supervised by Paul V. Keen, coach oT The varsiTy wresTlers, and is
managed by a corps oT sTudenT managers headed by Jerry Kirschner, senior manager. PeTer
Millard is assisTanT senior manager, Joe Gilmore senior Tield manager and Jack Clark senior
publiciTy manager. Junior managers are Bernard Gordon, George Gilmore and Barney Green,
and sophomore managers include Edward Pulaski, Lou WeinsTein and Joseph Singer.
WINNERS, MARCH, I933, TO JANUARY, I934
EvenT FirsT Second Third
GolT Singles Emery, Sigma Chi W. Hankinson, Sigma Chi M. Hankinson, Sigma Chi
Baseball Rippy's Lunch Pi Kappa Alpha Kappa Sigma
Horse Shoes MelTon, DelTa Tau DelTa Main, BeTa TheTa Pi Sowders, College Shop
Swimming DelTa Tau DelTa. Sigma Alpha Epsilon DelTa Upsilon
SexTaThlon PoTTs, Kappa Sigma Janz, All-American Main, BeTa TheTa Pi
Track Masonic Dorm. All-Americans Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Handball Tripplehorn, Janz, All-American Sullivan
Alpha Tau Omega
Boxing Alpha Sigma Phi Mean Maulers Kappa Sigma
Free Throw Johnson, Pi Kappa Alpha Wallace, College Shop Wilder, BeTa TheTa Pi
Fred Thiovl Pi Kappa Alpha College Shop Pi Kappa Alpha
Toudh FobTball Kappa Sigma Pi Kappa Alpha Sigma Chi
Handball Janz and Elderkin Davis and SanTry Bomson and Kalman
Tennis Upsher, Phi Gamma DelTa Weir Rollins, Phi Gamma DelTa
Cross Cou nTry
Alpha Sigma Phi
ST. John and Hodge
Hankinson and Warwick
Lewis and HasTings
SoTTball Sigma Nu Timber Cruisers Rippy's Lunch
Baske-Tball Mean Maulers Pi Kappa Alpha Rippy's Lunch
WresTling Mean Maulers STudenT Union Hawks Masonic Dorm.
Volleyball Pi Kappa Alpha Alpha Tau Omega Sigma Alpha Mu
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scious-now we'd like To Tell you
abouT a sTore ThaT is Thoroughly
ROTHSCHILD'S is The sTore and
is consTanTly in search Tor The new
and ulTra new for The smiarT col-
legian. If iT's new you're sure To
'Find iT aT RoThschild's.
BETA THETA PI
lV1odesTy is The keynoTe oT The BeTas. Ask a
member his TraTerniTy and his answering "BeTal"
cannoT be heard more Than Tour miles. The BeTa
pin conTains The Wooglin lcross beTween a buz-
zard and a garbage houndl, The Three sTars lHen-
nesseyl and The Greek Tor AWOL. P. S. The
BeTas are naTional.
PI BETA PHI
AlTho a careTul census Taken by our sleuThs
shows ThaT in one hour TorTy-Two males and Twen-
Ty-seven Temales used The TronT door To The Pi
Phi house, The Pi Phis are a sororiTy. Cn TurTher
invesTigaTion we Tound ThaT The men were merely
Taking a shorf cuT Thru The house To meeT Their
oTher daTes on The river.
KAPPA ALPHA THETA
The new TheTa sororiTy house is an ideal man-
sion, builT wiTh an especial view To dark corners.
PrereguisiTes Tor becoming a member are To be
inTelligenT and rich, To be preTTy and rich, or To
be rich. The TheTas were Tounded in DePauw
and conTinued in despair.
SCABBARD AND BLADE
Scabbard and Blade was Tounded a Tew years
ago by a group OT sTudenTs who discovered a va-
canT room in The Armory and wanTed To geT Their
picTures in The SOONER. The organizaTion is hu-
morously called an honorary miliTary TraTerniTy
and iTs members are someTimes misTaken Tor sol-
diers by an especially near-sighTed old lady. The
picTure OT The TraTerniTy subsTanTiaTes Sherman's
sTaTemenT ThaT war is hell.
50l'd S'lVe" OT
Lend grace To our Table
1 'X 'For years To come.
The mosT modern as well as
auThenTic period designs by
Gorham and oTher silver- -
' smiThs. HarTwells compleTe
T .- : : array of designs, all in open
sTock afford ou conveni-
.ga Wil ' T
ence for one piece or com-
ii p e e service on a momenTs
N call. Charge and budgeT
T ROSE MARIE accounTs aT no increase in
by Gaiam price.
T JEWELRY CO
Oklahoma CiTy's Oldesi' Jeweler
I34 W. Main ST. Oklahoma CiTy
These genTIemen lhonoraryl are all descendanTs
oT RoberT E. Lee. WhaT a man! Their emblem is
The corkscrew. .lusT because Lee was a drunkard
They have eIecTed him an honorary member and
made him one oT The paTron sainTs oT The ouTTiT.
The DeITa Gamma house consisTs oT Tour walls
surrounding a davenporT, Three easy chairs and
4l7 mirrors. They were Tamous some Time ago
Tor The number oT Queens Taken Trom Their order.
PHI KAPPA PSI
These Phi Psis have a noTeworThy pin. IT con-
Tains an eye, sTanding Tor Ego: a pair oT assorTed
sTars, meaning "We're up in The air," The Phi Psi
monogram: and a gravy bowl, showing The de-
parTmenT in which The Phi Psis excel. They carry
The repuTaTion oT having been good some years
The Acacias occupy a house near The InTirm-
ary. In spiTe oT The anemic looks oT The inmaTes,
The shack is noT an exTension oT The clinic. They
are a group oT earnesT young men gaThered To-
geTher Tor moral upIiTT. The one Time They TorgeT
Their purpose is The OrienTaI Dance.
In walking down Brooks STreeT The passerby
may discern The D. U. pledges, armed wiTh re-
peaTing riTles, paTrolling The sidewalk in TronT oT
The chapTer house. Upon inguiry iT will be Tound
ThaT The hovel musT be guarded To keep ouT The
BeTas who have a habiT oT misTaking iT Tor The
Bid house and walking oTT wiTh Their pledges.
JACK BOWERS, Owner and Manager
I I7 E. Gray ST.
Pi-ioNE 412 Pi-ioNE
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CenTer of O. U.
K O D
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kappa kappa kappa kappa kappa kappa kappa kappa kappa
"THE SYMBOL OF CAPACITY"
We are steadily gaining tavor with the Students
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA SORORITY
There are loTs oT LeTTer Men in This chapTer.
In TacT They have leTTers Trom The STandard Oil
Company and The NaTional BiscuiT Company
Thanking Them Tor Their supporT. Their Tlower is
The Oklahoma chapTer oT This organizaTion
TreguenTs a lawdge in The soliTudes oT UniversiTy
Boulevard. The TraT has a number oT men who
are sToop shouldered. This is noT naTural buT
comes Trom carrying The Sigma Chi pin on The
chesT and dodging hard remarks abouT The laTe
Sigma Chi picTure.
DELTA TAU DELTA
The DelTa Taus are beTTer known To Their
broThers as The "D, T's." The Greek eTTers sTand
Tor The words, "Drink Till drunk," buT iT is ques-
Tioned wheTher The members ever sTop aT The
words oT The moTTo. Their pin sTarTed ouT To be
square buT somebody sTepped on iT while iT was
hoT. Their Tlower is The Cowslip.
ALPHA TAU OMEGA
Alpha Tau Omega was Tounded aT a conven-
Tion oT book salesmen a Tew years ago. The na-
Tional TraTerniTy senT The Oklahoma chapTer a
charTer one ChrisTmas and They didn'T have The
nerve To give iT back. IT is rumored ThaT They are
sTiII looking Tor an excuse.
PHI DELTA THETA
WiTh a IiTTIe imaginaTion we can imagine The
pin, sacred emblem oT Phi DelTa TheTa, rowdy
clan which popuIaTes The TenemenT secTion on
Boyd. The emblem is supplied in loTs oT IO To
each member and The lower parT resembles The
Royal Gobboon oT King Rameses 00397. In The
cenTer we could probably Tind carved ivory
cubes symbolizing The liTelong and unTiring eT-
TorTs oT The gang along maThemaTical lines.
DISCERNING women seIecT Their
wardrobe The year round aT
Kerr's-Tor Tine quaIi+y, superior
Tailoring, and smarT Tashions are Tra-
diTionaI wiTh Kerr's. This assurance
oT sTyIe, service, and genuine saTis-
TacTion was never more necessary
Than during This period oT changing
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Up-'lo-Dare Clofhing Newesl in Furnishings
VARSETY CLOTHING STORE
THE BEST IN MEN'S APPAREL
We Carry Only S+andard Lines Sold al' Popular Prices
CHAS W DE VORSS Owner
The Oldesl Clofhlng Sfore of 'rhe Campus
F l ff f ghfz Miss Polly Taylor, examining a lake edifion of lbsen's plays: Miss Sula Salfsman, hosfess of THE BOOK
l NO h h b phy
OK: and Earl Sneed and Miss Cornelia Lynde, browsing 'lhroug + e new iogra
The BOOK OOK
The Universi+y Book Exchange +his year has provided an aH'rac-
five corner where s+uden'rs inferesled in personal libraries can
browse fhrough 'l'he lafesl' books and newesl' reprinfs of fhe bes+
classics. A unique purpose of THE BOOK NOOK is +0 seek all
over 'rhe Uni'red S+a+es for good-condilion books which make
valuable addifions +o s+uden+s' collecfions al' prices which +hey
can easily afford +0 pay. Biography, s+andard popular hisiory
and scienfific volumes, books of 'ihe +hea+er, and all phases of
li+era+ure are available.
UNIVERSITY Book EXCHANGE
WhaT The Oklahoma Union Means
VIEW OF THE OKLAHOMA UNION
IT is The realnzahon oT a democraTic
ideal by a democraTuc sTudenT body
Where Tavored lisTs and social casTes are
Taboo and The only rules are Those oT
convenTional good behavior An indis
pensable unsT1TuT1on dedicaTed To The
solidiTicaTion oT sTudenT liTe'
' The mosT welding inTluence on The
campus, The Union serves as oTFices and
headguarTers Tor The UniversiTy STudenT
Forum, Men's Council, Y. M. C. A.. Men's
EmploymenT Bureau, The Sooner Maga-
zine, The Whirlwind, and The UniversiTy oT
Oklahoma AssociaTion. The STudios oT
W.N.A.D. are locaTed in The Union.
ln The caTeTerla soda TounTaln bowl
ing alleys billiard rooms boolc sTore
lobby and lounging rooms bangueT halls
magazine sTand and dancing pavilion
you are aTTorded a S300 O00 clubhouse
Tor your service amusemenT and enTer
All proTiTs Trom commercial deparT
menTs are used To help pay Tor The build
ing and equipment The Union is gov-
erned by a Board oT Managers consisTing
oT Tive members: Three are alumni, and
Two are sTudenTs oT The universiTy.
Members of fhe sfudenf body are cordially invifed fo come ouf fo
fhe SOONER office and see fhe four hundred and sixfy-six picfures
fhaf we were afraid fo prinf.
WE McEnfee's Headquarfers
, for hoops of
The Umon's our chapfer house, happiness fo,
The cafe's our room,
To none are we snoofy,
To none are we rude.
We don'f give a damn
For fhe besf Greek on earfh,
For who is'f can fell, '
How much fhey'll be worfh? ' ""-:m""'T"' "'f'3'X5eV '
VY VY V 77277 V W Y 7 W V Y YW V 'Y YW
4 A Good Newspaper . . '
i For 28 Years fhe Leader
4 in Easfern Oklahomain
p Service fo ifs Readers, p
1 Adverfising and Circulafion T
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE T
p SOONER CLASS OF I934 if
THE TULSA WORLD T
Oklahoma's Greafesf Newspaper T
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THE SCENIC SECTION AS
SHE SHOULD BE WRIT
The Adminisfrafion Building! The home of fhe
Dean of Men, Prexy's office, "hangouf" for 'rhe
mafh. demons, and rendezvous for fhe business
The Presidenf's Home-a worfhy annex for 'rhe
Sigma Alpha Epsilon fribe. Scene of feas for
The Press Building-where fhaf "lousy" Okla-
homa Daily is prinfed, where Iofa Delfa always
sfarfs ifs drunken brawl, where fhe polifics be-
hind fhe Publicafion Board are worked ouf be-
hind fhe closed doors of Prof. Casey's office, and
where fhe I934 SOONER was wriffen.
The Residenfial Halls-fhe home of sfewed
prunes, beans, and macaroni, a Iasfing proof 'rhaf
fhe female of fhe species is more hardy fhan fhe
The Woman's Building-where Dean Edna
holds forfh. This splendid home of Women's
Afhlefics speaks as nofhing else can do of fhe
excepfional workouf given fhe women of fhe
sfafe of Oklahoma.
Memories of fossils, bugs, shapely ankles, a
few books, and no sfudy clusfer around fhe Phar-
Monneff Hall-fhe focal poinf of "ho'I' air"
and sighfs fhaf only fhe spring winds fhaf whip
around ifs corners could reveal.
Spring! Spring! and fhe inevifable fhoughfs of
life in 'rhe making as expressed on fhe wide sand
wasfe of fhe Soufh Canadian.
The Union Building-fhe place fo find "college
sfudenfs" af fheir worsf and also fo find humor in
ifs mosf degraded form-fhe Whirlwind office.
The Library-fhe show place of fhe campus
and yef fhe mosf seldom used.
The Fine Arfs Audiforium-fhe hall of ungodly
sounds and Iaborafory for dramafic arf maiors.
McCORMICK S GILT-EDGE
Served af Mosf Houses
On fhe Campus
IF ITS GILT-EDGE ITS GOOD
Always Glad fo Serve You
NORMAN MILK AND
ICE CREAM CO
Telephone I3O I00 E Gray
O COMPUMSENTSSOF O if
COMMANDER MILLS Inc
SAND SPRINGS OKLAHOMA' I
Commander Wide Sheefmgs Sheefs
NOISELESS TYPEWRITERS POYRTABLE YTYPEWRITERC Q
TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES
- 5I- W + F'
OKLAHOMA CITY OKLA.
BAKE RITE BAKERY
ll II I ' O
Underwood-Ellioff-Fisher Company I
' Telephone 2 bl 2 220 es lrsf Sfreef
4 Years of Confinuous Service in Bringing
'rhe SOONERS from Iowa Cify y
THOMPSON S TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO
The Men's Council is composed of a number
of fhriving young sfudenfs whose sole purpose is
fo gel' info Sfudenf Council dances free. lf oc-
cupies a room in fhe Union building buf fhe mem-
bers are always falking abouf consfrucfing a new
building for fheir own use and somefimes collecf
cash for if from suscepfible sfudenfs, immediafe-
ly affer which fhe number of dafes lif fhey can
gef fheml per monfh for each member increases
enormously. A felephone connecfs fhe office
wifh fhe oufside world buf is used only by Willis
Sfark who franfically calls fhem for supporf.
Hirsf Suffield was only fwo years old when he
and his mofher were invifed ouf fo a friend's
house for lunch. Hirsf was banging his spoon on
fhe 'rop of his high chair Q
"Whaf is if Hirsf?" his mofher said
Hirsf's chubby face lif up. "Will you kindly
sfimulafe your infellecfual acfivify and pass me
some more cabbage," he said
Ask for HUNT S California Canned Fruifs
You Will Be Delighfed wifh fhe Qualify
EsTAaLisHeo im BRANCH Houses
INCORPORATED isoz ARDMORE OKLA-
PAULS VALLEY oKi.A.
PRINCIPAL orrice NORMAN OKLA-
GAINESVILLE TEXAS DUNCAN oici.A.
lEdifor's Nofe: For fhe firsf fime we give you fhe resulfs of fhe firsf inferview given by Mr
Allen Calverf, Befa Thefa Pi, since his recenf mefeoric rise in fhe polifical field. Mr. Calverf on
"How fo Become a Successful Polifician" in eighf easy lessons.l
. Wear old clofhes and go in for orafory.
2. Say nice fhings fo people whefher you mean if or nof.
3. Dafe only fhose girls who can swing vofes.
4. Join fhe Y. M. C. A. and go fo church. lMosf successful polificians do.l
Chi Chl Chl l
Learn fo smoke big black cigars
Learn fo be generous and big hearfecl A mosf difficulf fask we are fold
Speak fo everyone because if is domocrahc Allen heard 'l'hls was a domocraflc counfry
HIRSCH, WEINTRAUB 8: COMPANY
Uniforms for Every Purpose
I32l NOBLE STREET PHILADELPHIA
5. Become a member of every campus organizafion fhaf you can possibly gef a bid fo. lPreferably
6. Il 5 0 .ll
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8. . . . . K . J
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45Years of ce to Oklahoma
I V Aizliktigflfinzgzuggfr
I ' I r or 5525
SUGGESTED USES FOR THE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY
Dancing pavilion. ILess a suggeslion lhan an observalionl.
A. Game ol Labyrinlh.
The one chosen as Il is laken lo lhe rear ol lhe slacks on lhe lhird mezzanine lloor, and
given lhree days lo lind his way oul. IThe library is such a slrange pIace.I
B. A game ol Melhusalah.
The Il picks a number, such as "z3 I-pxys-.234," wriles il on a slip ol paper, and gives il lo
lhe "Librarian," is III lo guess lhe number, IZI lo go oul ol lhe room, oslensibly looking lor
lhe book, I3I lo come back wilh lhe lormula, "ll isn'l in."
C. Game ol "Playing Sludenl."
This game is suilable lor any number. Each lable has lourleen chairs, bul hall ol lhese will
be occupied by coals, books, elc.
Each player lakes a book-any book, preferably "Was isl Dasl" or a bound volume ol The
Oclopus, and sils in a chair. Laying lhe book on lhe lable, he lhen observes:
I. The girl opposile him.
2. The girl al lhe end ol lhe lable.
3. The girl reading lhe paper.
4. The number ol girls al lhe nexl lable.
The obiecl ol lhe game is:
I. To counl lhe girls.
2. To eliminale all bul lhe one lhal reluses lo look al you.
3. To observe her dress, ankles, shoes, hose, arms, hands, hair, eyes, nose, lips.
4. To rush oul and lind someone who knows her.
OUR OWN VIEW SECTION
The Year I904
XX Tulsa, Oklahoma
INDIAN cLus Live in
5 I When you go home af+er
jjj X Commencement and you
jj yff Ihink abouI' Ihe GOOD ice
I I cream you enjoyed aI' Nor-
I man, ask for STEFFEN'S.
K Your home-I'own drug sfore
Q or confecfionery has I+ . . .
mfg 9 or can gef iI'. In more ways
ORCHESIS I I'han one, STEFFEN'S is "The
y UI+ima+e in Good Tas+e."
42+ ICE CREAM
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if as A KAPPA sieMA
cake-eafers al' fhe Universify of Virginia immedi-
TO THE afely affer fhe Civil War, when fhe enfire Soufh
felf despondenf. Many Soufherners commiffed
suicide. Ofhers disdained fhe easier course and
pledged Kappa Sig. If musf be said here fhaf
fhe funny looking fhing on fhe crescenf of fheir
AND pin is a skull and nof a porfraif of fhe head of fhe
Mr. Pansze, when Arf was only fhree years old,
broughf him home a brand new suif. If was a
very cufe suif wifh darling Iiffle skirfs and wifh
Lef Us All Boosf Our Schqol preffy brass buffons. Mr. Pansze was very proud
I of fhe suif. So he called Arf fo him and said,
"Arf, whaf do you fhink I have for you?"
"Dunno," Iisped Arf preffily.
T H E S E C U R I T Y "I have a cufe new suif," said Mr. Pansze, and
N A T I 0 N A L B A N K he fook fhe clofhes from fhe package and dan-
gled fhem before Arf.
Arf's infelligenf face Iif up, He rushed fo his
K O fafher and said, "l"'QgU'7,,8z""7,-I."
The Kappa Sigs were founded by a group of
G R E E T I N G S I
o U I
This secfion is designed for no ofher reason fhan fo make as many people as possible uncomforf-
able. If is nof expecfed fo be funny or even humorous. If is infended fo be vindicfive, unfair, mean
and as scurrilous as fhe Iimifs of fhe Iaw allow.
No one is forced fo read fhe Razz secfion and fhose who do read if probably know more fhan
we have prinfed or fhey wouIdn'I' be so curious. When we fhink of whaf we didn'f dare prinf-our
hearf almosf bleeds, and we envy Queen Elizabefh, who lived in fhe censorless days.
Only one apology is offered. If we haven'f insulfed you somewhere in fhe secfion, we are sin-
cerely sorry. Affer all one can'f make everybody angry--fhere is foo much Iabor affached.
We have fried nof foo deal foo much in personalifies and fo sfick fo groups. Buf we assure you
our infenfions were anyfhing buf honorable.
HOTEL TULSA ,
Five Hundred Rooms ,f x coFFEE si-ioP
RATES I THE BEST FOOD
Privafe Bafh - 52, 52.50 and S3 jf , I H 1 AT
Defached Bafh-SI and SI.50 I REASONABLE PRICES
HOME OF THE FAMOUS TOPAZ NITE CLUB
E. H. KAUFFMAN, Assf. Manager F. L. CORNWELL, Manager
When appearance counTs
The mosT . . .
CLOTHES FOR COLLEGE NE-N
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The Chi Omegas' Tlower is The horse-radish and
Their song is "You'd loe surprised." IT is rumored
ThaT The moTTo oT The order is "LeT There be
Iigh+" buT up To The presenT Time no one has ever
answered The call, unless iT was Dean Edna.
JCKE - THE DAILY
Less ads and less news Than any sheeT wesT oT
NOT over Three misTaIces per agaTe line.
Our roTogravure secTion hung in any home
will insure The absence of bedbugs Tor years To
Read our socieTy secTion Tor The real high-
John ForTson being The ediTor.
Allowing Wilson Brown To use The paper Tor
ThaT Toul dirT.
STUDENTS DOWN-TOWN HEADQUARTERS
PrescripTions Our SpeciaITy
JAMES s DOWNING-The Druggisf
Phone 362 NCRMAN OKLA
LINDSAY DRUG STORE
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KaTherine Spradling . . Edwin STahI
Marjorie PaTTerson . . Bruce Beesley
Jane HobarT . . . Bill HewiTT
Joyce HuTchinson . "Peeper" Hayes
Gwen Wilson .
Frances Ray .
BeTTy Hume .
Frances Madison . .
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by TeI' .i . - 'ITIS agnITIYou I are Pariicuiliarw
To e OU ' ' I nTs - ' ' s serve To '
serv T. Siude Tek U
un3verSITY ' piease
CUSTOM MADE 1
Style - Comfort - Satisfaction
HOLLOW BOOT TREES
SAM BROWNE BELTS
SPURS AND CHAINS
IIIG D6hlI6I C0., IIIG.
HOW CAN WE DO
That great combination of Percy Main
The Sigma Nu "Border Dance."
Lawrence "Honkie Tonk" Wilson.
That masterful politician Willis Stark.
The smooth Iine of Miss Addie Lee Davis.
That colorful figure from the Sigma Nu House-
An outstanding iournalist-Nan Reardon.
Bill Stevens-in his own opinion.
The relaxed and now natural Dudley Culp.
Miss Marietta Darling-the Phi Psis can not for-
get those Friday afternoons.
Thuda Mae Filhiol because she was once presi-
dent of the Pi Flyes.
Bob "Country" Hirt--because he has been here
so d- long.
Alexander "Biggie" Nesbit because he once
grew a mustache.
Ebbie Mahoney because she has been a polished
corner long enough.
The Women's Council is composed of a group
of women with Dean-Edna-Fright and no sense of
humor. They gain their monetary support from a
fee imposed on every university woman to the
tune of 50 cents a semester. They spend four
months collecting the money from the university
and the remaining four months in figuring out
some novel way of spending it. Every other
Wednesday night this gueer group meets in the
Women's Building and the members speak in low
tones among themselves or make pathetic at-
tempts to orate. No one is interested in the
organization except Dean McDanial. The Dean
always gets interested three days before elec-
tions and takes the stand for her particular candi-
Don't feel hurt. You can be
sure that the razz appearing in
this issue came from your best
friend or your fraternity house.
The management expresses
sincere appreciation of
Make our Theatres your
Thanks, Sooners .
OUR OWN VIEW SECTION
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Besi' Wishes I'o 'rhe Class
Again a MOLLOY-MADE cover Is used
on Ine I934 SOONER. Year aller year
MOLLOY-MADE covers ernbocly 'rlmal
exlra measure of qualify Ilwal guaranlees
slarls all over Ilwe counlry The ullimale In
appearance and durabillly.
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THE DAVID J. MOLLOY
2857 Nor+I1 Wes+ern Avenue
OUR OWN VIEW SECTION
I 13 ,
EYES ARE PRICELESS
Llghf Is Cheap
Many homes have economIzed on
IIghf fhrough fhe use of lamps of
InsuffIcIenf SIZE fo a polnf where
eyeslghf has been Impalred Your
eyes are foo valuable fo be de- ,
BETTER LIGHT BETTER SIGHT
nied fhe proper Iighf fhey require.
HOW TO WIN A RHODES
By EARL SNEED
IEdifor's nofe: This is fhe second of a series of arficles
by Mr. Sneed. "How fo Win a TheI1a's Love Wifhouf
Money," has already won Mr. Sneed infernafional fame.I
I have modesfly consenfed fo sei' down a few
simple rules whereby an earnesf worker may win
fhe Oklahoma Rhodes Scholarship and a fhree-
year loaf in iolly old England.
Firsf one musf inferview fhe members of fhe
commiffee. Take a few English courses under
Campbell and some Lafin from Moseley. Upon
your visif fo Mr. Moseley or Mr. Campbell you
Cooperis Coffee Shop I l
Oldesf - Sfrongesf
New Accounfs ApprecIafed
I FIRST NATIONAL BANK
musf sfarf as follows: "Mr. Moseley, I was never
inferesfed in fhe Rhodes award unfil I learned
fhaf you are an Oxford man, buf now I have de-
cided fo accepf fhe schoIarship." When you go
fo see Prexy, shake his hand long and vigorously
and begin, "Dr. Bizzell, I don'f see how so con-
sisfenf, unfiring and brillianf a Iecfurer as you,
could find fime fo know fhe sfudenfs so infi-
Nafurally I musf admif fhaf my mefhods dicIn'f
work foo well, buf I wish fo fake fhis opporfunify
fo make public fhe sfafemenf fhaf I shall fry again
and again and again. I have only one life fo give
for fhree years in foggy old England.
y High Grade ,
I Phofographs I
, Picfure Framing, Kodaks I
Films and Supplies
I The official phofographer for
I I934 Sooner, and many
I pasf years.
A Cup of Coffee You
Won I FOVQGI 769 Asp Ave. Phone 203
II9 E MAIN 5
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Jr Jrkwe Un'xyer5Vry of Qkxa-
N and sporrs eyerxlrs a
kr' sjrare 'Vnousarw s
kwoma are 'xmporjrarwjr Jro We peopXe or Jr rs .
oXd grads, espeoxaky, kke Jro keep 'rn Jrouckw yfxjrkx kwapperfmqs air
Jrkre'xr Nrrwa Maker. Tkxars wkwy your Okbhoman and Txrues
keep a redxdenjr reporjrer air Jrkwe Urfxyerdxiy.
Pdfrer your qraduakxon you can depend upon Jrkxe OkXa-
kromarw and Txmes Jro corrkmue fro keep you 'miormed on 'xm-
por'rarw'r Urw'xyers'xJry akkdxrs ylhereyer you may Yxye. Tkxexr re-
porjrers 'm WX Okkakwoma 'rowns WM posjr you dauy on eyerxjrs
'm every secfrxorx or We sirajreg spec'xaX Xeased yfxre and pKcrure
serxfxces keep you up Jro Jrkwe rrfxrwuire on rwaJr'xorwaX and wodd
kxapperx'mqs', dauy rexfxews of 'rkxe Xa-Yresjr deyeNopmerxJrs 'xrw y
sporjrs, pokxkxcs, Rrxyenrxon, soxerwce, Jrrayek musk, books and
' ' xorouqhlr fro your home every day by your
5' esir speoxau fealrures
kr man andTxmes . . .
and Yrdrkon money can buy.
we opml owuxuomAN owLAuowuxcx1Y TXNXE5
om. N-row. rmmea-srocwmm-1
THE CDKLAHOMA DAILY
Is one of I'he Iargesl' college daily newspapers in
lhe Uniled Slales and is 'rhe largesl in I'he Big Six.
Nalurally, we are proud of I'his achievemenl. As
always, our aim is I'oward lhe building of a grealer
Universily of Oklahoma.
THE GKLAHOMA DAILY
"Read by Moderns"
NOT QUITE, BUT NEARLY
The rushing season had worn 'lo a c.ose and lhe Gamma Phi Belas had goofed I'he usual sur-
prisingly number of cling vines. And how lhey do cling 'lo lhe slrong sfurdy oaks, especially al' lhe
Then came a maiden wilh a face like a lale April blizzard. Her swilches were unfrizzled and
coiled aboul' lhe back side of her brow which had a lruly maieslic sweep.
The Gamma Phis reflecled and 'rhen lhey all clamored righl oul' in meeI'ing: "Eureka! This
woman will be a Morlar Board and a Phi Bela Kappa. How clever il would be lo galher her in lo
'Ihe Gamma Phi Bela Fireside and gel' l'he credil' for knowing brains when we hear lhem raH'Ie."
So 'lhey hooked +he good old pledge bu'Hon righl' over l'he Iell side of her angular bosom and
gave her a spare bin in 'I'he cellar and wailed 'lor lhe grades lo incubale. And lhe sad sisler's marks
were an 0.999I iusl like lhe res+ of lhe sislers. Her face was her only forlune and she was very poor.
Conclusion-Every nul is nol' a Phi Bela Kappa.
O v O
Things Thai We Can Do WiI'houl':
I. Eighl o'cIocks.
2. Quizzes I'he day before vacalions.
3. Campus polilicians lincluding I'he Men's Councill.
4. Salurday morning classes.
5. Margarel' Roys.
6. The Be+as.
7. The whislle on 'rhe Power Planl.
HOTEL BILTMORE always
keeps in mind one im-
por'ran+ considerarion . . .
fhe comforr and well-being
of i+s guesrs. Bofh +he ho-
+el's carefully 'rrained service
sfaff and Hs superior facili-
+ies combine +o make your
slay here somefhing 'ro be
All rooms have rhree-channel
radio, ceiling fan ven+ila+ion
and every o'rher possible con-
venience. Food and service
in bo+h Main Res+auran+ and
Coffee Shop are all you
would expeci' in a Billmore
Hofel, and prices are sensi-
ble. Locafed in down-+own
Oklahoma Ciry, +hea+res and
shops are easily accessible.
Room rares s'rar+ a+ 52.50.
lAH'er receiving many urgenl' requesls we had
our ar+is+ design a cres'r 'For +he pefifioning
groups-we are prin'ring one of +he many leHers
Sepfember IO, I933.
Business Manager of 'rhe I934 SOONER,
-- l 1 sororiry ofiers oppor+uni+ies
fo all Universify women for excellenl board and
room. H' is no'r necessary +ha+ you be a member
and we do noi' insisl upon ir. Good food ar 57.00
per week: room, sourhern exposure for SI5.00
per monlh. Personal service by chapfer women
guaranreed. Service a la carfep European plan.
Hoi' wafer every Sarurclay night
Bela Thefa Pi
Phi Delia The+a
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Della Della Della
Kappa Alpha The+a
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Pi Bela Phi
Ps je 304
SEE US for SPECIAL TRIPS
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WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT THE SCONER
Dear Edifor of I'he Razz Sec+ion:
We enioyed I'he SOONER very much bul' we were sure sorry I'haI' you forgol' 'ro +eII wha'r a
good bunch of girls we have al' +he Alpha Chi house. Our presideni' goes wiI'h Willis S+arI:, I'he big-
gesl' poIi'rician on 'rhe campus.
BeHy Hume, president
We Ihink its iusl' horrid +haI' you didn'I' menfion I'ha+ we led I'he campus in averages Iasl' semes-
Ier. We won'+ ever buy anofher SOONER a+ I'he Sigma DeII'a Tau house, so Ihere.
Virginia Fisher, president
Dear Razz Edi'ror:
We, as a chapfer, wish fo express our deep apprecialion for noi' menI'ioning where +hree of our
members Iosl' Iheir Kifes and 'rheir repulafions. We wish you had menfioned abouf I'he fine ou'rIay
of pledges which we a'r Iasf secured.
The Thela Chapler.
Enclosed bill 'For S750 for 'rhal' IeHer I'ha+ Virginia Lee received from Ihe convict Even if you
didn'+ prin'r if I Ihinlc you owe me +ha+ much Io esfablish my repuI'aI'ion.
COMP'-'MEN-I-S OF COMPLIMENTS OF '
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One Time aT Syracuse a group oT homesick cornTeds discovered ThaT Alpha imposed on Phi
gave Them a Tair resemblance To I-O-A and reminded Them oT Their naTive sTaTe. The resulT was The
Tounding oT Alpha Phi. The group no longer hails Trom Iowa buT They're sTill cornTed lassies. The
band has clinging-vine characTerisTics as is shown by The ivy leaT pledge pin. A
ALPHA CHI OMEGA
Alpha Chi Omega was Tounded as an auxiliary To The AncienT Order oT I-Iiberians and as a
resulT adopTed The harp as Their pin. The harp has reTerence To race alone and noT To musical abiliTy
or TuTure condiTion oT welTare. They kid Themselves inTo believing ThaT They are popular and lock The
door puncTuaIIy aT IO:3O and I2:OO, iusT as if somebody was ouT.
KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA
The Kappas hibernaTe in a red brick house Tar Trom SororiTy alley. Their pin is a key, symbolic
oT Kappa liberTy. The sororiTy publicaTion is The Sears and Roebuck CaTalogue. LasT year They ex-
celled Themselves in pledging a number oT girls ThaT The Pi Phis, The TheTas, The DalTa Gammas and
The Tri DeI+s didn'T wanT.
PI KAPPA PHI
The TraTerniTy oT Pi Kappa Phi is noTed Tor having The mosT bovine above The neck oT any TraTer-
niTy in Their quarTer. They are noT enTirely To blame Tor This, as They pledge only iournalisTs, who are
noTed Tor The sTuTT Trom which billiard balls are made. NoTe ThaT The name conTains Pi, a prinTing
Term which means mixed Type.
PHI GAMMA DELTA
"Democracy" is The Phi Gam moTTo and They will condescend To borrow money Trom anybody.
even Phi Psis or BeTa boys. The sTars so seldom seen around The Phi Gam house are pledge pins and
noT U. S. Marshal badges, alTho The laTTer would be very appropriaTe when The D. D. M. C.'s visiT
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You see iT was This way:
The Ad parTy goT unhappy because They won so many eIecTions, The boys ThoughT if They
could work up some compeTiTion among Themselves iT would be OH, SUCH FUN. STamper and
Gillespie, The ever-ready Tun boys, were chosen by a 2-0 voTe ITheir ownl. The supporT of The Pi
K A's and The Lambda Chi's was carried on a silver pIaTTer To The BeTa house Tor consuITaTion. "AlI
we wanT is The PRESIDENT and I2 MEMBERS on MEN'S COUNCIL," STamper said. And Gillespie
added: "And The DEAN OF MEN'S JOB: and The AD BUILDING, and The STADIUM: and all The
resT of The eIecTions." Allan CaIvarT ThoughT he mighT swing The house Tor iusT an iTTy biTTsy favor,
such as The PI PHI house. There you have iT, The poIiTics of The campus in The well-known nuT shell.
SOONER HALL OF SHAME
"Hear 'Em Swear"
IEdiTor's NoTe: To be menTioned in This column is The highesT honor To be besTowed in The UniversiTy. IT is The
B. S. oT buTToonery: The MasTer's Degree OT waggery and The Third Degree wiThin The Law.I
I. MargareT Roys-For religious acTiviTy and her sweeT approval by The Dean oT Women.
2. Fenelon Bouche-For his unTiring work wiTh The Three Tulsa D. U.-BeTa pledges.
3. Herbie Morgan-For his shyness and naiveTe.
4. Marjorie Newbern-For The kind of hair ThaT makes and breaks naTions.
5. Jude Kennedy-Any number of Things, menTaI sluggishness.
6. Neil Bogan-For Tinally geTTing a pubIicaTion office Ihe was unopposedl.
7. AusTen RiTTenhouse-ImpersonaTion of a man.
8. Dean Edna McDaniel-IHonoraryI For her popular rules.
9. Dean J. F. Findlay-IlHonoraryI For his speeches abouT "I don'T wanT To be a member of The
IO. FriTz HoITschue-ATTer Trying Three schools he ended up in Fine ArTs.
I I. Charlie Teel-For his persisTency in scholarship.
I2. John Klep-ReTiring aTTiTude and versaTiIiTy in amours.
I3. Ed Clarke-For his IaTe IamenTed homely humorI?I.
I4. Oklahoma Daily-For co-operaTion wiTh The Jazz Hounds.
S TI-IE IasT pages oT The I934 SOONER are Turned Trom
The press we heslTaTe a momenT and Think back over The
pasT school year and Thlnk of all The pleasanT and yes Trylng
experiences gaThered In Trying To gave a TalThTuI porTrayaI oT
We wrsh To Thank R C Walker and E K Burns oT The
SouThwesTern Engraving Company Tor TreaTIng us kindly no
maTTer how TranTlc we became over Trlv:aIuTles We wlsh To
Thank W W Mercer oT The Economy Adverhsung Company
Tor dealing genTIy wuTh us ID our make up dilemma A A
Lubersky oT The S K SmlTh Company designed The cover
We hope you Ilke IT
IT would be hard To Thank everyone personally Tor Their
ass1sTance In puTTung ouT The book buT To The SOONER sTaTTs
we wash To express our graT1Tude Tor able and unselhsh work
We also acknowledge The debT To The TaculTy members
whose assusTance has been so heIpTuI
Now as all our Typographlcal worries Tall Trom our shoulders
luke The sally Norman raan we have only one worry IeTT We
wanT you To luke The book IT you don T donT ever Tell us
Twould break our hearTsI
Our Tellow sTudenTs The I934 SOONER as yours
TI-IE EDITOR and BUSINESS MANAGER
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