University of Oklahoma - Sooner Yearbook (Norman, OK)

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Too few students in the university realize what Dr. Dale has done for his institution and his state. Too few appreciate the fact that he is the greatest living authority on the history of Oklahoma and the great West. ' X , Q ibf' ' ' P s 'gk XX fxx ' K f ix? Perhaps his most magnificent achievement, one that stamps him as a true, vigorous Oklahoma patriot, is the Prank Phil- lips Historical Collection, located in the east wing of the university library. The Phillips Collection is, in Dr. Dale's own words, his "baby," Aided by a fund he secured from Mn Frank Phillips, Ponca City oil man, Dr. Dale has searched out and ac- - quired in the past ten years over 60,000 valuable books, manuscripts and photo- graphs which comprise the most complete library of Okla- homa and Indian history in existence. lt is, then, to Dr. Dale, unobtrusive but unparalleled, that the l938 SOONER is respectfully and proudly dedica.ted. But come closer. 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At the end of the Oval, its gaunt Gothic towers breathing sturdiness, is the Administration Building, university nerve-center. ln this building, where policies are created and corrected, where the countless ramifications of specialized education are co-ordinated and guided, our tour begins. ln the pages of this book, we shall lead you through O. U.'s exteriors and interiors, accenting personalities. You will be introduced to each school's dean and prominent faculty members. We shall visit Owen and Haskell Fields and the other athletic grounds for an action review of Sooners in their l937-38 struggle for sports prominence. We have an appointment with the commandant for an inspec- tion tour of the university Reserve Officers' Training Corps. Punctuating the trip at regular intervals, your guide will point out various objects, the significance of which you have probably never known. So, if you will follow me . T THE apex of the administrative triangle of the University of Oklahoma is its '. y president, Dr. William Bennett Bizzell. "M- ilf ,y' His paradoxical combination of lofty idealism and intense practicality has been ' fo V' . 2"1 Vo F25 ' F' lr. 01,7 I . A I It - :: :11:3'.2:i ' ' ':'.gw.'. z,:,':4g.1u gf: JI C at 1' :- the pillar of flame by which the university has been guided for thirteen years . ever upward, with never a step of dreds of adversities, President Bizzell has its present, proud status as top-rank among Q Since Iuly l, 1925, when he first took has obtained a new, beautiful Library and gffifi. 1-. -.-2 ics.-' -'-rf '- - , liggffjiggiii :J f, I, V, .-7,1-I-Tfjii , 2. fig? " -.,. ..,,. :gf I J-'E ..,.,-. . if .Q 1, X..-. .,. liz' Z5 .P- i v , 1 1, pl , i ., 1 5 in Sk' -1-'f'SJJm"?' j 'mehr :ffiffw :-f- -it '.:,:i5g,.1.f5g,. . 595-'iff' 'T . f . , , pitffif 'far' f 'gun J 1 gr I nf -, ,,' -' I 'nu r' 1 L. . 1 'f..1' , .7 1 fi.. X ff. . f retrogression. Hampered by hun- led the University of Oklahoma into the country's state universities. office as chief executive here, O. U. larger buildings for many of its schools. The School of Petroleum Engineering has become the finest of its kind in the world. We have seen the development of a first-rate Graduate School, the creation of research funds for fellowships, and the accre- For all these achievements he is not re- mote . . not a proxy president. l-le seeks constantly to be a part of his student body. ln his own words, "I cherish the privilege of hold- ing membership in a community where life is on a high level and where the spirit of youth predomi- I' natesf' -IP. iii Hn '- . -' 'E -:I . Q, - ' 51-4- . v. U. Q. .1 . 4 '-'f'f'f 9 ' 221' , .-. .' :zu gm-12? .3 " ,' ' 'vu .I :I EQ is I "F 1 -Q ff ' ' 01 Q - my ik ' Q 6 ga X A , 7 .. .Aj cava? fa i::r:a1a--::r.,5fe:f- ..w.s'. -i541:::::-Gif?-. P' ::-::F'i'i1'?fEZ::4:4- X! C 14262624429 :4.-:--,-1-::-:1-71 ..-'- .sv-.'.v!' 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This executive board is composed oi the Presi- dent of the University, the Deans of Men and Women, the deans of the university's schools and colleges, the regis- trar, and the Presidents assistant. The Council serves as the university Supreme Court on questions ot student discipline, eligibility and admis- sion. The student body through its two governmental agencies, the Men's Council and the Women's Self-Government Association may petition the Council at any time tor the redress ot grievances. 1 X 41 HARGED with edu- cating students of f the University of Okla- homa in the art of living are Miss Margaret Steph- " enson, Counselor of Women, and Mr. Iames F. Findlay, Dean of Men. This is Miss Stephenson's 5? gi 9 f, first year at the university, while Dean Find- , lqy hgg held this position Since 1929, These offices are responsible for the housing of students, correct social con- 'S' duct at university affairs, and the supervi- If sion of fraternity and sorority rushing r rg. L 1' .0 and pledging. The interpretation of university regulations as they affect students in another of their duties. Both Dean Findlay and Miss Stephenson concentrate their efforts on freshmen in the hope of aiding them in scholarly and social pursuits. Their files, constantly in the process of revision, contain a per- sonal record of every first-year man and woman including a summary of scholastic achievements, out- side interests and extra-curricular activities, personal ratings, and vocational and personal information. Reference to and utilization of these files enable them to administer sound and practical advice. Wise is the student Who, having encountered a difficult problem, comes to the Dean of Men or theWomen's Counselor for aid in its solution. Left to right: Carson, Reaves, Gittinger, Iohnson, Monnet, Salter, Wardell, Bizzell, Kraettli, Stephenson, Collins, Dodge, Findlay, Adams, Wadsack. --::sii:1is:':51'Ef- :-..,,w N W:ii1ih'--tx2.f--inf-,-:1..4z. Ftiisf--'12-1' 1.-V. 'N ,vt-. 45-k"'m'. ' HE Men's Council and the Women's Self-Government Association are to the University of Oklahoma what the two houses of Congress in Washington are to the United States. Besides an executive branch made up of its president, vice-president and secretary, the Men's Council contains five members representing the College of Arts and Sciences, four from the College of Engineering, three from the College of Business Administration, two from the School of Law, and one each from the Colleges of Eine Arts and Education and the Graduate and Pharmacy Schools. Administrative guide of the Women's Self-Government Association is its Executive Board composed of the president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer, one representative from each wornen's organization, and six representatives-at-large. The latter act as chairmen of the committees on scholarship, activities, social affairs, F ,r., , ... .. . .. . .. V v ,- .,. health, vocations and orientation. Am , , , Front row, left to right: lulian Rothbaurn, Hal- lock Iohnson, Bob Cates, lack Collier, George Montgomery, Iohn King, Eddie Toribio, Wilfred Coleman. Second row: Ben Floyd, Buck Bolar, Tom Mat- son, Harold Bone, Bill Hilseweck, K e n n e t h Harris, Steve King. Front row, left to right: Dorothy McMillan, Lu- cia lane Clark, Mar- garet Davis, Helen An- derson, Mary Louise McElwee, Patience Sew- ell, Demetrice Thornton, Wyema Adams, Mary Virginia Graham. Second row: Mildred Wi- ner, Betty Love lanes, Lucille Hinshaw, Peggy O'Reilly, lane Thomp- Son, Mary Cooper, Betty Coe Armstrong. Em""Q ,lit V or eww' - V- - - l I. - l , .f"'c,l t I 'i j 5 X ,L 1 V , 1 l , V .W J ,V ' ,V .- , V V ' 1 " ,"-..'wf X, ,V LLKLQI ,w..fV,V,r:I r L A , , L 1, I f,!,,A,i 'Alt V ,,. -. -.. Y VV-. - -..,,,.. ,MVA WA, fly, 1 f A l ,f 7 rl VV 'ff A V lf' ff 1' lf "r f ' 'VHH7' V. -ff. f, 1 12.1 -f. . ., f, f,-,. ,-xg, V., gf,,,'4 ,. 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Aw , 1 ..,.'4f,, , THE LIBRARY, showing its Gothic beauty in detail mmf Paqe I 8 Page I9 ERNEST WHITWORTH MARLAND Governor of the Sicrte of Oklahoma UNIVERSITY Dr. Meacham is Assistant Dean of the College ot Arts and Sciences, a position he has held since 1926. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Oklahoma in 1914, his Master's degree from Harvard in 1917, and his Doctor's degree from the University of Chicago in 1922. He serves on the following committees: Automobile, Freshman Orien- tation, lntercollegiate Athletics, and Public Lectures. DR. E. D. MEACHAM Mr. Miles is Manager of the University Book Exchange. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Oklahoma in 1922, and has held his present post since that time. Mr. Brandt has been Director oi the University Press since 1928. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University oi Oklahoma in 1921 and another from Oxiord in 1923, a Bachelor of Literature at Oxford in 1925, and his Master's in 1927. He is a member of the University Editorial Board. Mr. Kraft has been Superintendent ot University Utilities since 1926. He was granted a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Northwestern University in 1914. He serves on both the Buildings and Grounds and Student Housing committees. CHARLES C. MILES MR. IOSEPH A. BRANDT MR. WALTER W. KRAFT Page 20 EXECUTIVES Dr. Gittinger was made Dean ol Administration here in 1926. l-le received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University ol Oklahoma in 19027 Master of Arts at Chicago in 19065 his Doctor's at California in 19165 a LL. D. at the University ot Tulsa in 1929. 1-le serves on the following committees: Admission, Advanced Standing, Editorial, Program, and Student Loans. DR. ROY GITTINGER Mr. Lindsey has been Financial Clerk ot the University ol Oklahoma since 1912. Mr. Harral has been Director ot Press Relations at the university since 1936. He was granted his Bachelor of Arts degree at Southeastern Oklahoma State Teachers College in 1931 and his M. A. at the University of Oklahoma in 1936. Mr. Beaird is Secretary of the University ot Oklahoma Association, Director ot the Oklahoma Memorial Union, and General Employment Secretary. 1-le received his Bachelor ot Arts degree at the University of Oklahoma in 1921, and has been employed here since 1926. MR. l. L. LINDSEY MR. STEWART HARRAL MR. T. M. BEAIRD l E 'Q 1 1 r l Page 21 STUDENT HEALTH SERVICE Dr. W. A. Fowler, director of the student health service, is charged with the supervision of the uni- versity infirmary. l-le came to the university this DR- W- A- FOWLER year, assuming the position formerly held by Dr. C. S. Bobo. After being associated with the Univer- sity of Oklahoma Medical School, Doctor Fowler did general practice Work in Fayetteville, Ark., until he became head of the infirmary staff in September of this term. A small fee which is levied at the beginning of each semester assures hospitalization and medical care to every university student un- der the care of competent doc- tors and nurses under Dr. FoWler's direction. Physical examination by the infirmary staff is required for all students taking military science and physical education courses. The infirmary is charged with the prevention of the spread of contagious dis- eases, as Well as the treatment of small injuries. STUDENT REGISTRATION George E. Wadsack, registrar of the university, and his staff assistants are charged with the re- sponsibility of enrollment checking and approval and of the distribution of catalogs and other univer- GEORGE E' WADSACK sity bulletins. l-le was appointed to a university position in 1919 and became official registrar in li-326. Mr. Wadsack serves on the Administrative Council, which aids the president in the determination of administrative, legislative and judi- cial acts. The registry office keeps records of students attending the university and has charge of the compilation of grades. The activities of the office are heavy throughout the year and espe- cially during the summer months when information about the uni- versity is in great demand. ' The first semester of this rr year a record number of over 6,300 students passed through the registry office during university enrolment. lnformation contained in en- rollment books is carefully checked and cards distributed to the proper in- structors or administrative heads. EXECUTIVE ASSISTANTS Emil R. Kraettli, secretary ot the University, has been connected with the school for the last twenty-tive years, helping the president with administrative duties and aiding students in beginning a college career. He is a member ot the Administrative Council and secre- tary to the Board ot Regents, aiding both groups in the exe- cution ci their rulings and policies. EMIL R. KRAETTLI Dr. M. L. Wardell took over the duties of presidential assistant in September, l937. His purpose is to aid President Bizzell in administrative detail and to serve as an adviser. Educational methods in other colleges and universities are being studied by Mr. War- dell With the purpose ot applying these modern ideas to lite and training at the University of Oklahoma. Mr. Wardell serves on the teaching statt as a professor ot history, a position he has held since l925. DR. M. L. WARDELL Page 24 fun:-Q. i K' -5 . B Q. ,S N F2 Ji L. i I ' ? ' ki, '1 'i 3 K 1 'f V'- 35525: F474 K. , . l 3 ig,1g4ij . Vb3,'3r3?, ,, v . f--4 fx -Q, 'L 1' 'iff-3 ' f 55112 K, A 'f:2:fFi :I . f P 4 33' Q. 1 X . fSf'?V3 ' .4 ' f V? , I, Wg QWV g Q,.,,.x, 73 'P E 10551 I ZR-N' . 5'5" ' Q",- iii! .R fn -Mzw-ug,., f -' .: .' 1 .. J.. sg N. fzer' aw 1:-ff ,Mmw xv ' 'Qw M. 5- W f 2 :Wm I' ,PT 1, w THE BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BUILDING, first occupied in the fall of 1937 . . . Page 26 4 'wp .J'L4f' any M.q, ,. rl" ' -S7 : 111 ,Q-gi ' on . .mNw. im-QVEYVE ' 12.551 H ' Wlmiif' 1 X iQT14'f. y ,-Q11 ' " Email' 5-Ziff-5.2 -' , . :gig-T . f' vig' ,, X p'vi 3d5'-, - 'QQ' A 'ilfiff K 'qmo Liu?" 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Harris P nt P ' I'Ofe rofegsor of C ssor of Pharm ommerciul Ph CKCY7 Inq L G i Grmacy ' Ti In . , strugfor i n Pharma CY Sgcond row: D fQSSOr Y. f lenf O PhYSio1f,-,gy ang, Assistun . t Professor of Ph Gfmucogn ogy. Dr . . Alma I- Neiu , Associq ie Pro 1 LEWIS SPENCER SALTEP1, B. M. in Picmo, A. M Decm of the College of Eine Arts P1334 li l , 'QTZMQIR Z" . puts WGS qe Oi Fine Schoot oi he Colle the . i ' e , orqarnze Y, was reordlni and aaain . 5 Music' S bool ot Fine 'Mme Coiieqe Of the C . QA GSX - the G5 anized ln lg - t decrees tn 'rt Yeolq Pi ts The we Q qroftled X X - WST Ziliool. of Ying PMS "The Coueq Music. d t milf GH the SCMOOX O School of DTC twOYlf O K 596- the gout Yeas Ar . OX Orders clit 5500 e-H QC. AQQYQ Xeadmq to G Page 35 W, . , fm 'ff' LEU 'fe f51a0v ' ' 5. , 'L V50 e ot YXYX9 PJ S lnooi Ol wt ' W ,, -if 1 azz-4' , 'f wt f Sf 4, Qt-ff - Q t , , v ,,.. ',--1,, v' f. ff ' ef :sf gina Mfl. 'lf-'f is f ws an-1, . vd',,,,5 1-, 1.2 4n'f"""' . W-. 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WGS 'Q X d QQUUCZ homd 3 H916 ' Y-il'9'i5llY Ol Gkljrveilmq WGS1 ine firil W., I e in 5 P5000 ' re ll COUT5 . -XIGCU' ere P iiowmq grim W The io - efkqme Wo 'Ye C55 YO X I gd sented. bod or Mines age 'CHQ SC 'erica W "XO S Psp-Qued SCX the Col' 1 Q09 Schoolcioreorqanlzedfirii iirsf PTO' rx , - ioined gjgnqineerinq' Ye Qffered XP O we XGQQ X deqI9e5 ie55lOU0 XQG8-lx Page 37 Q -vM,.,,.,--M7-f' 3- Q., GX 91143 X' ' 'iq Top row, left to right: Dr. Guy Y. Williams, Professor of Chemistry: Ioseph Smay, Professor of Architecture, lohn E. Brookes, Professor of Civil Engineering, Prank R. Campbell, Instructor in Engineering Drawing, Second row: Frank G. Tappan, Professor of Electrical Engineering: lames H. Felgar, Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Third row: Carl T. Alrnquist, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineeringp Marion E. Mills, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering. Fourth row: Clyde L. Farrar, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering: George R. Maxson, Associate Professor of Engineering Drawing. IULIEN CHARLES MON N ET, M. A., LL. B. Dean of th e School of Lcrw Page 38 "The Sdnooi in the 'idii oi XQOQ in tesp qeneioi derndnd Tnoi ine university royide opporiuniiies ond io- ' 'no equdi io ine iirsi uid sxno ciiiiies iot ieqo d d eisewxneie. red by ine best deqrees were Sdnooi oi 'Low in XQVZ. 'ncuicoie o sound yr ond "its dini icno ine corn eoyuiiy, oi Eno ricon boiin subsioniiye ond odie oi co ' iiondi ioyv ond iederoi prof ce nd oi iuies, decisions ociice sidie ido- Page 39 ed oi Low was orqdniz onse io oi P i irdini diior e The conier is io i mon io wiedqe oi i iisin ond Arne ' ciiye ioyy, Yxsiiiu dure, o the sid oi idne oi O dnd px HONG.. ' TOP IQ W, left t 0 Tight. . Ather H, Hu qqifls Li , brgricn 7 Williq m B. Swinfgrd P f , ro QSSOT of Law I Mauric 9 H Merrill ' P1'Ofe Secon SSDI of L d Tow UWT Dy : Dr Flo ' Iohn B ' Yd ' Ch A. Wriqhi, Prof Godle, Professor of essof of L LQW CIW. Dr ' 1 . Victor H' Kul P. Pfofes SO? of LG W. Kew ELLSWORTH COLLINGS, Ph. D. Dean of the College of Education Page 40 tion , ot ECNCG bool 10 tix Si OT' X Q59 . sC "The QCA 95 Subordmdeg iences in . S C sawed G t Nts one 20 OS G o X9 me Cctleqe aimed in lx was 5 YQOYQ X V309 WG t. KH , es-em 56000 10 its pi KG 'K - Sepaw eoroani-Zed WX es in Educg Cxqglfl I YYSJQ d9qre The X , Z. 92 Dame' Ygxjft9d in X X Q9 of were Q COX 9 HOU Oi Jlhe S I SU' Hr he Puipose ducate iegcbei T the U is KO Q qatori lo Educfillo 1 aww-35 to the GHG C' 5 to Odd - ' rs perviSO Nine state Cm Owxedqe bt! XXOOXS O ' 'QCA km 'QU5 sC 0395990 K Oi gett- d Qi pr X Otllpu lu-U G-XXUUO' Page 4I n YD-eC1U5 Oi G Studies-" Top row, left to right: Ernest M. Edmondson, Assistant Professor of School Supervision, Benjamin A, Cart- wright, Assistant Professor of School Supervision, Funston F. Gaither, Assistant Professor of School Supervisiong Dr. Iohn F. Bender, Professor of School Administration. Second row: Ruth Elder, Assistant Professor of Secondary Education: Dr. Elmer I. Ortrnan, Professor of Principles of Education. Third row: Dr. Henry D. Einsland, Professor of School Measurernentsg Dr. Frank A. Balyeat, Professor of Secondary Education. 'v 1 ARTHUR BARTO ADAMS, Ph. D. Dean of the College of Business Administration Page 42 like rriwlu 9X3 limo , 5,-,a,, . ess sublecls . WDUSKU YQ YG uqh G "B-Cu - Kiwi ed Ted tus Qottefl was otte hgoi in the bool GKG Sc d the SC suboillu gciences Colle rn XQX7 PMS and 6 and Xndustry. Xe Schoot Oi Qoromero has Sdoordino X Xpubtyc the some Oi 6 to School O clnC19qe W G5 , Busine 55' nts puvgfte S H9559 amd 30065 O yn 29 the 655 ifo UXH ' Oi SclnoOl eC1Y COX' . the touw - raised School ic' G 9 to CO Wo-Yew C3 its Umm The 0 ytarlqe , . tion- gnd C iYD5lYG xeoe . 955 Adm gcience S 30519 i . . lfteloi O XQZAL- xeoe O Og BGG Page 43 iirsi to Bus' M955 W deqiees teffed in eie COD Top row, left to right: Dr. Iennings I. Rhyne, Associate Professor: Ronald B. Shunian, Assistant Professor of Economics: George A. Hoke, Assistant Professor of Econornicsg Dr. C. F. Daily, Assistant Professor of Economics. Second row: Dewey L. Barnes, Assistant Professor of Acco t' 5 D . G'l of Economics. un ing r iloert Harold, Associate Professor Third row: Iames C. Powell, Associate Professor of Business Lawp William H. Butterfield, Instructor in Business Communications: Floyd L. Vaughan, Professor of Marketing. Fourth row: Albert E. Chandler, Associate Professor of Economics and Statistics, Dr. Robert W. Field, Assistant Professor of Business Management. HOMER LEVI DODGE, Ph. D. Dean of the Graduate School Page 44 sl Y Q 'WM W' 7 -kv, 3 ' 457-A 'ff fi-, .A :- Oxgyghorfx Oi eGIW 'ver SAW rx 'XJ V Q Oi- QS ,. Um , The I mucho X WGS 'gg KX G SCXUOO du qro dude iered 19 Gro u g 99 'Y e awww m X ng Q5 X8 - ed SGP WGS CO . K OYQOUYZ' I inte- get 5 deqree Oi . AQQYQQ me SK ixrsi u rn The in Q ' The QDXQC5. 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There were nineteen graduates in that class who received Bachelor of Arts degrees and it was these nineteen who obtained the rock near Noble and erected it here." ani azlfiam DEAN NHUJGAN PATTERSON PURYEAR CASEY HUNT OKLAHOMA STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY OFFICERS W. D. PATTERSON . . . . President T. I. DEAN . . . . Vice-President EDWARD MILLIGAN . . . Secretary THOMAS CASEY . . . . . Treasurer MAYBLE HUNT . . . Assistant Secretary CHESTER MENKEMILLER ..... lnspector MEMBERS W. D. PATTERSON . . El Reno EDWARD MILLIGAN . Oklahoma City AL PURYEAR . . . Pawhuska THOMAS CASEY . . . Tishomingo T. I. DEAN ..... Okmulgee MAYBLE HUNT . . . Oklahoma City The Oklahoma State Board of Pharmacy demands the highest standard of Pharmacy in the state, and sees that all Pharmacy laws of Oklahoma are rigidly enforced. The Board feels that the future for Pharmacy in Oklahoma is very bright and young men and Women of high standards are encouraged to enroll in the School of Pharmacy and make this profession their life's Work. No one can legally practice Pharmacy in Oklahoma unless he is registered by this Board. The group meets regularly, at stated periods, to examine candidates who desire to obtain license to practice in this state. The successful applicant must show evidence of graduation from a "recognized" or approved school of Pharmacy, as well as evidence of experience in a drug store. The Board is a friend of the school and co-operates With it in every Way possible. Page 50 Fronl row, Ie!! Io right: Scheffe, McKinney, Sief, Spikes, Rice, Stephenson, Delhotal. Second row: Schuler, Hurd, Darnell, Iohnson, Harris. PHI DELTA CHI OFFICERS RAYMOND RICE .... . President GLENN HOPKINS . . . Vice-President BOB EVATT . . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS WALTER SCHEFFE HANKS SPIKES NICHOLAS SCHULER RAYMOND RICE ORVILLE STEPHENSON EARL K. HURD NEVILLE MCKINNEY CHARLES DELHOTAL MAYO DARNELL Phi Delta Chi was founded at the University oi Michigan, November 2, 1883. Rho chapter was estab1ished on the University of Oklahoma campus in 1913. As an honorary pharmacy and chemistry fraternity, the purpose of the organization is to perpetuate a better understanding between pharmacy stu- dents and the profession. Requirements for membership inc1ude 1eadership, service, character and scho1arship. Meetings are he1d every two weeks, where products and ideas recent1y introduced are reviewed and discussed. We11-known speakers tre- guent1y are invited to appear on the program. Research in pharmacy is,a1so conducted by the group. Page SI KAPPA PSI OFFICERS JOE B. PHIPPS ........ President BOB CATES . . . Vice-President RAY R. SHAW . . Secretary-Treasurer RALPH BEEGLE . ...... Sponsor MEMBERS RALPH BEEGLE BOB CATES IOE PHIPPS RALPH BIENFANG IOHN DESKINS RAY SHAW D. B. R- IOHNSON OPHARD BAKER IACK BELL I. W. CHALFANT BEILL CHRISTIE BEN GRAVES HOWARD HUF? EDWIN KNOLLHOFF STUART PARRISH PLEDGES CLYDE KELTER NORMAN LEMMONS A. C. LYLE LACK LOESER GORDON MOUSER ARTHUR SPAN GLER TROY O'QUlNN KENNETH STRAW WALLACE TAYLOR IESS TIDMORE LOWELL THROCKMORTON FLOYD ZIMMERMAN Gamma Omicron chapter of Kappa Psi, national pharmaceutical frater- nity, Was installed at the University of Oklahoma in l923. Its purpose is to encourage an all-around development With scholarship being emphasized but not to the exclusion of other activities and abilities. The chapter has regular Weekly business meetings at which outside speakers give lectures on subjects of professional interest. A professional library is being built by the chapter for the use of its members. Front row, left to right: Graves, Craighead, Tidmore, Taylor, R. Cates, Baker, Zimmerman, Bienfang, Spangler, O'Quirm. Second row: Beegle, Shaw, Throckmorion, Christie, Loeser, W. Cates, Straw, Lemmons, Knollhoff, Phipps. Page 52 . .fg... vs Front row, Iefl to right: Harris, W. Cates, Carpenter, R. Cates, Baber, Blackmer, Bienfang. Second row: Beegle, Brasel, Spangler, Tidmore, Griffith. G A L E N OFFICERS BOB CATES ........ President ANDY KRAKER .... . Vice-President OVIS CARPENTER . . . . Secretary DR. RALPH BIENFANG . . . Treasurer MEMBERS ORPHARD BAKER OVIS CARPENTER CLYDE KELTNER RALPH BEEGLE BOB CATES ANDY KRAKER RALPH BIENFANG WILLIAM CATES WALTER SCHEI-'F E ESTHER BLACKMER INA GRIFFITH ARTHUR SPANGLER LESLIE BRASEL LGYD HARRIS IESS TIDMORE GLENN HOPKINS Galen is a leadership society composed of juniors and seniors in the School of Pharmacy. The society has for its purpose co-operation with the faculty, lending a hand to fellow students, and supporting undertakings which pro- mote the interests and uphold the standards of the profession of pharmacy-. Galen does much to encourage individuality and constructive thinking among its members and by so doing lends an incentive to underclassmen to aspire to membership in it. A The new members are elected each year during the month of March by the old members of the society. Two members are selected from each profes- sional organization, two from independent men and two from independent women, providing these groups have members who can gualify. To qualify for membership a student must display outstanding leader- ship and must take part in the various activities of the School of Pharmacy. Also he must attain an unconditional "C" average with no failures. Page 53 RHO CHI OFFICERS ARTHUR SPANGLER ...... President HUGH KlDD . . . . . Vice-President INA GRIPFITH . . . Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS DR. RALPH BIENFANG ' GLENN HOPKINS HUGH KIDD INA GRIFFITH DEAN D. B. R. lOHNSON DR. ALMA l. NEILL DR. LCYD HARRIS ARTHUR SPANGLER A national honorary pharmaceutical society, Gamma chapter oi Rho Chi was established at the University oi Cklahoma in l922. Since that date it has been recognized as one oi the most distinguished organizations on the cam- pus. Charters for chapters oi this society are granted only to groups in col- leges that are members oi the American Association of Colleges oi Pharmacy. The University oi Oklahoma College ot Pharmacy is a member of the Associa- tion. Eligibility for membership in Rho Chi is based on high attainment in scholarship, character, personality, and leadership. It is in some Ways eguiv- alent in its standards to Phi Beta Kappa in the Arts and Sciences College. All candidates selected must have completed seventy-tive credit hours ot college Work and must be approved by the Dean ot the School of Pharmacy. Front row, left to right: Bell, Kidd, Griffith, Krob, Carpenter, Spangler. Second row: Bientang, Iohnson, Harris, Davis. Page 54 Front row, left Io right: McKinney, Dinkler, Hunkapillar, Blackmer, Carpenter, Yarmuk. Second row: McArthur, Herndon, Throckmorton, Griffith, Wehrenberg. LAMBDA KAPPA SIGMA OFFICERS ESTHER BLACKMER . . . . . President OVIS CARPENTER ..... Vice-President I-IILDA ANN WEHRENBERG . Secretary-Treasurer INA GRIFFITI-I .... . . . Sponsor MEMBERS ESTI-IER BLACKMER SUSAN DINKLER DR. IMA I. NEILL OVIS CARPENTER INA GRIFPITI-I HILDA ANN WEHRENBERG NATI-IALLE YARMUK SUE HERNDON LEENA MCARTI-IUR ANNETTE MCKINNEY LOWELL TI-IROCKMORTON Lamloda Kappa Sigma was founded at the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, Boston, in l9l2 as an organization tor the promotion of good fel- lowship and professional interest among Women students. The local chapter is Iota ot the national organization. A grade average of "C" with no failures is required for membership. Page 55 OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY PHARMACEUTICAL ASSOCIATION OFFICERS BURNEY BRASEL . . President RAYMOND RICE . Vice-President ESTHER BLACKMER . Secretary RAY SHAW . . . Treasurer DEAN D. B. R. IOHNSON . Sponsor The University of Oklahoma Pharmaceutical Association includes in its membership every student in the Pharmacy School. lt endeavors as a group to familiarize its members with the problems of their future in the pharmacy field. The Association sponsors a Weekly meeting at which someone of prom- inence in the field lectures. The O. U. Ph. A. conducts also a convention in the Winter of each year. Front row, left to right: Hall, Montgomery, Douglass, Dinkler, Rice, Stran, Yarmuk, Self. Second row: Bell, Baker, lones, Scheffe, Zimmerman, R. Cates, Tidmore, Spikes. Third row: Harned, Parrish, Guthrie, Blackmer, W. Cates, Kidd, Herndon, Stephenson, Hurd, Schuler. Fourth row: Spangler, Christie, Chalfant, Taylor, Knollhotf, Throckmorton, McKinney, Craighead, Keller. Fifth row: Beegle, Burba, I. Parrish, Darnell, McKinney, Carpenter, Mullins, Krob.. Sixth row: lohnson, Hunkapillar, Adams, Brasel, Stockell, Griffith, Delhotal, Loeser. Seventh row: Iohnson, Davis, Bienfang, Shaw, Daugherty, Reed, Dixon, Bisel, Hamilton, Throckmorton. Page 56 Front row, Iefl to right: Clark, Dandridge, Thompson, Newman, Byler, Lee, Cooksey, Hosea. Second row: Armstrong, Bellamy, Smith, Sewell, Campbell, Hinshaw. Third row: Ash, Robinson, Douglass, Beck, Mrs. Warclell. CHI DELTA PHI OFFICERS IANE NEWMAN ....... President BETTY COE ARMSTRONG . . Vice-President KATI-IRYN HOSEA . . . . . Secretary LILLIAN HARRIS ROBINSON . Treasurer MISS GOLDIA COOKSEY . . . Sponsor MEMBERS DAISY BYLER BETTY COE ARMSTRONG GOLDIA COOKSEY SARA LEE LUCIA IANE CLARK RUBY IANE DOUGLASS PATIENCE SEWELL JANE NEWMAN MARY SPRINGER HOPPS IANE THOMPSON CARMEN BELLAMY ELVIRA CROOKS SHIRLEY DANDRIDGE LILLIAN ROBINSON KATHRINE BRETCH BETTY LOU O'SULLIVAN N INA LAWRENCE MRS. S. R. HADSELL KATHRYN HOSEA LILA GENE KENNEDY MRS. M. L. WARDELL KATHERINE CAMPBELL MARIAN BECK MRS. W. B. BIZZELL Chi Delta Phi, national honorary literary fraternity for Women, was established on the university campus in 1930 under the sponsorship ot Miss Goldia Cooksey. Membership in the organization is limited to English majors and minors who have main- tained a grade average of 2.5 in English courses and a 2 point average in other subjects. Tryouts are held bi-annually, at which time applicants tor membership submit original manuscripts. I The purposes of Chi Delta Phi are to foster scholarship, to further appreciation of literature and to stimulate creative literary ability. Activities of the organization include the sponsoring of two annual contests-one tor high school poetry, the other ior college poetry and prose: the annual presentation of some rare book to the university libraryg and the awarding of the Chi Delta Phi plaque to the English major having the highest grade average in English for the tour years. Page 57 KAPPA KAPPA PSI OFFICERS NEIL SHIRLEY ..... . President DAVID lOl-INSON . Vice-President IRVING HIGBEE . . Secretary GENE THOMAS . . . Treasurer WILLIAM WEHREND . . . . Sponsor MEMBERS NATHAN BLANTON IRVING HIGHBEE EDWIN MOORE I. B. SANDERS IACK COLLIER ALFRED HOTT ERNEST MCINTYRE IOE SEARS TOM COTTER BILL HUBBELL BUD MCCOWN HAROLD SHANK GENE CUNNINGHAM BAIRD IONES BOB MITCHELL NEIL SHIRLEY NELSON DOUGHTY ED KNOLLHOFF ARLEY OUTLAND ELMER STROMAN IOHN BITTINGER IIMMIE LEAKE IOHN PATTMAN IACK SUMMERS RUEUS GOODWIN TERRY LEWIS FLOYD RICE IOSH TILLINGHAST CLYDE HARRIS LAWRENCE LUPER BILL ROMINE GENE THOMAS LEAT HENDREX HERMAN ZEIMER PLEDGES CHARLES CASSIDY ALBERT GEIGER TEX KOSOFSKY IOE STAEDELIN MARVIN CLARK BERTRAM HEIGH IOHN RICHARDS CLARENCE TAYLOR HIAWATHA ESTES ED HALBACK ED SCHILDE HERBERT TURK MERRIL ELLIS BILL HIGHLAND GENE SPRINGER Kappa Kappa Psi, national honorary fraternity for college bandsmen, was founded at Oklahoma A. CS M. College, November 27, 1919, by a group of students of that school. Delta chapter was established on the University of Oklahoma campus in 1919. Since that time the fraternity has expanded until at the present time the national organization embraces more than 25 active chapters throughout the country. Scott P. Squyers, founder of the University chapter and former national president of the organization, is largely responsible for the rapid expansion. The fraternity was founded for the primary purpose of encouraging good fellowship, lead- ership, scholarship and musical ability among college band members. Among the prominent honorary members are: lohn Philip Sousa, Oscar I. Leher, former Director University of Oklahoma Band and Orchestra, Gustaz Bruder, Ohio State University Band, Bohumil Makovsky, Dean of Music and Director of Oklahoma A. ci M. College Band: and Herbert Clark, Director Long Beach, California, Concert Band. Front row, left to right: Scohy, Short, Ziemer, Mitchell, Cox, Suggs, Kraker, Palmblad, Blanton, Shirley, lohnson, Wehrend, Higbee, Askew, Emery, Updike, Proctor, Williams. Second row: Cassidy, Walker, Outland, Leake, Lee, Lumpkin, Hubbell, I-Iendrex, Moore, Geiger, Cotter, Harris, Kosofsky, Staedelin, Estes, Ellis, V. Smith. Third Row: Collier, Sears, Hallbach, Summers, I-laigh, Schilde, Crouch, Lewis, Cunningham, lones, Rice, Huser, Stroman, McCoy, Scargall, Gish, Doughty. Page 58 ' ' p te. J , J T , IQ- '1 me .. vu ut, A .r l . w i 'ik-... leaf.-. V V N ,xg .X - , T Q' 11-MZ gy, , 43+ .lf .L I or '- alta X '53, ' R'-'.rQjaf'1:Si25,jt.1 rg-Lv-,T'l?e' uf-fexzyzf-.,A' P' . . , fifhilfi A ' "" "f 'rim-'50.. 'r -F it ,-54 gf . .g,'Q1s Ax ,. .. 5:05814 I.. , L - '1l,5u??'i't'fif.fgw2"q-- ,A W4 v - , Q. l' Q. 1'-.xref if 5574 adm' .1 air abs."-'L I. 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Director JACK COLLIER . . President . . . anager , . ice- resi en HERMAN U ZIEMER M NEIL SHIRLEY V' P 'd t Clarinets Emmett Baucum Winton Blair Jack Brock Arnetta Carter Mark Cates Ben Christopher Jack Collier Vernor Courtney Schuyler Cox Robert Crain John Crouch Mary R. Culbert Bob Derby Merrill Ellis Heasley Entz Kendall Garms Ed Halbach Edward Ham Albert Hancock Kenneth Harris Leo Herlacher Irving Higbee Oliver Holt Duane Hunter Conway John Mike Kintz Frederick Kluck Tex Kosotsky Eddie Kraker Va Rue Lindsay Eula Lindsey Richard Loy Scott Luton Bud McCown Howard McCoy A. G. Mayse Stanley Milner Bob Mitchell George Pearl Charles Procter Max Rogers Harvey Roys J. B. Sanders Page 59 Jean Schoy Ray Shaw Kenneth Shroyer Harold Smith Jack Smith Orville Smith Abbott Sparks Carl Thain Mary L. Westervelt Naomi Wiggins Cornets Bob Askew Russell Balyeat Alfred Caswell Arthur Cavanagh Hearn Chisholm Gene Cunningham Harlan Dunn James Emery Sam O. Harris Roy Irons Bob Kahn Ed Knollhotf Francis Hollingsworth Charles Lavery Nathan Lee Bob Lindsey Edward Lumpkin Dooley Mallory Walter Milam Lloyd Overton Charles Potter Horace Ray Floyd Rice Phillip Rubins Charles Riddle Rex Rook Edwin Schilde Robert Sewell Brownie Stobaugh John Stuernky Josh Tillinghast R. L. Updike BAND PERSONNEL Laurence Varvel Odell Wood Baritones Joe Elliott Roberta Galloway James Gibson Elmer Gish Don Hughart Glen Hughes Terry Lewis Lawrence Luper Ernest Mclntyre Arley Outland Charles Payne Gareth Ruggles Charles Suggs Gene Thomas Jack Thomas Trombones Baker Billingsley Clarence Brehm Eugene Brittian Nancy Faye Colvin Nelson Doughty Kenneth Fogle Rufus Goodwin Tom Hawk Howard Hutchinson Jimmie Leake Joe McCurry E. B. Moore Bill Nash Niles Powers Kenneth Short Walter Smiley Bass R. E, Beedle Charles Cassidy John Gittinger Leat Hendrix Jim Huser Charles Larson Robert McReynolds Claude Malone Fred Palmblad Elmer Stroman Herbert Turk G. I. Walker Margaret West Glockenspiel Jack Summers French Horns Orville Coats Mark Fischer William Highland Dave Johnson Baird Jones J. L. Patman Ralph Scargall Joe Sears Virgil Lee Smith Warne Templin Wallace Zirkle Drums Ralph Alworth Nicolo Austin Hiawatha Estes Frank Frotenopulus Albert Geiger Billy Hubbell Otto Norman Neil Shirley Jack Tresner Robert Williams Saxaphones iA1tol Bob Cason John Chaney Russell Hart Charles Hoyle Carl' McKinney M. L. Penn James Renegar Joe Staedelin Tenor John Beck Adolph Kaplan Betty Louise Read Earl Riley Jack Woodson James Ellis Baritone John Cope Joe Eddings A. N. Harley Clarence Taylor Alto Clarinet John Duke' Flutes Cooper Butt Robert Calahan Oliver Holt Sabert Hott Oboe Edgar Comer Clyde Harris Joye Wimber Bassoon Lou Swift John Wenzel Bass Clarinets William Romine John Richards Drum Majors Nathan H. Blanton Marvin Clark Tom Cotter Front row, left to right: Brawner, Patton, Finch, Schretfler, Springer, Phillips, Stalder, Adams, Meeler, Ruth Verne Davis, Card, Teeter, Goodwin, Higgins, Gish, Baker, Estes, I-Iaskins. Second row: E. Davis, Collins, Loomis, Broiles, Guthrie, Cloyd, Irby, Mills, Douglass, Connor, Carrington, Cook, Ruth Virginia Davis, T. Mills, I. Collins, Thomas, McI..aury, Iarrell, Swift, Obert. CHORAL CLUB OFFICERS MISS IESSIE LONE CLARKSON, Director RUTH VIRGINIA DAVIS ..... President RUTI-I VERNE DAVIS . . . Vice-President MARGARET IANE SWIFT . . Secretary-Treasurer ELNORA DAVIS . . . Publicity Manager LORENE WILMUTI-I . . Librarian RUBY IANE DOUGLASS . . . Accompanist MARY SUE MILLS . . . Assistant Acconipanist NINA IUNE APPLEMAN . . BARRE I-IILL . . . . TRIO Margaret Mealer, left Ruth Virginia Davis Lorene Wilmuth QUARTETTE Mary Anita Brauner, left Elnora Davis Ruth Verne Davis Martha Ruth Iarrell . . Soloist Faculty Soloist Page 60 I l Front row, le!! to right: C. Kern, Priqmore, King, Floyd, Wilson, Boggs, Wiley, Adams. Second row: Roberts, Connor, Watters, Card, Drennan, Loomis, Ricketts, Hill. Back row: Brinqhurst, F. Kern, Stalder, Teeter, E. Davis, R. Davis, Cox, Lindloff. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Sigma Alpha Iota, national professional music fraternity, was established on this campus in 1929. The purpose of the organization is to promote the highest standard of professional ethics and culture among Women students of music schools, and to bring about closer relationship among women pursuing some phases of music as a profession. The requirements for membership are high scholarship, musical aptitude, and recom- mendation from Fine Arts faculty members. OFFICERS WYEMA ADAMS .... NONA B. WILEY .... GENEVIEVE HILL . . CHRISTELLE KERN . . . MEMBERS WYEMA ADAMS HELEN BOGGS ANNETTE BURFORD ANNA IO CARD IESSIE LONE CLARKSON RUTH VIRGINIA DAVIS THEDA MAE DRENNAN MARY FRANCES FLOYD GENEVIEVE HILL CHRISTELLE KERN NORRIS LOUISE KING FRANCES A. LINDLOFF FRANCES RITCHIE MARGARET RITTER ANNA NELL ROBERTS PATIENCE SEWELL ROSEMARY SPEARS IO NELL WATTERS MARY ELIZABETH WILSON PLEDGES TYDFIL BRINGHURST PAT CONNOR DOROTHY CLOYD REBECCA COX RUTH VERNE DAVIS ELNORA DAVIS IOHNNIE HIGGINS MARTHA RUTH IARRELL Page 6I FRANCES MAE KERN RUTH LOOMIS MARCELLOTTE LEAKE DELL PERKINS PAT PRIGMORE ELIZABETH RICKETTS MARGARET RUTH STALDER MILLRED MAE TEETER President . . Vice-President Secretary Treasurer WYEMA ADAMS, President THE UNIVERSITY CHRI Y. M. C. A. OFFICERS SID COCKRELL, IR. . . President I EARL BROWN . . Vice-President I. FRED MILLER . General Secretary SIDNEY COCKRELL, President The Young Men's Christian Association and the Young Women's Christian Association are usually referred to as the University Christian Associations, since most of their programs are carried on jointly. Each association, however, is a separate organization having its own General Secretary, Advisory Board, Student Officers, Student Cabinet and offices. The offices of Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. are connected by the recently refurnished and redecorated "Y" lounge in the Union building. The lounge is equipped with modern furniture, indirect lighting, smoking stands and murals. State daily newspapers, magazines and games draw numerous students to the lounge each day. The general secretaries of the association, Miss Helen Ruth Holbrook and I. Fred Miller, are the directors of the activities of the organizations. The secretaries participate in other campus and state programs as a part of their office. Front row, left to right: Cockrell, Brown, Selinger, Smith, Riddle, Cohen, Lowe, Gilley, Iohnson, Miller. Back row: Burdick, Gotwals, Smith, Nunn, Musser, Iones, Trippett, Northcutt, Moon. Front row, left to right: Swift, Larimore, Anderson, Robinson, Hinshaw, Patton, Guthrie, Campbell. Second row: Newman, Pickerell, Shultz, Watters, Beck, Vanderpool, Grantham, Franklin, Webster. Back row: Russell, Rudell, Campbell, Adams, Robinson, Roberts. V s i I I I Page 62 IAN ASSOCIATIONS Y. W. C. A. OFFICERS LUCILLE HINSHAW . . President LILLIAN HARRIS . . Vice-President ELIZABETH PATTON . . Secretary BETTY LAMBERT . . Treasurer LUCILLE HINSHAW, President The Cabinet of each association is composed of approximately twenty students. The cabinets usually meet jointly at which time a current book is reviewed by a member. Serial programs are held weekly by the association with speakers being brought in for discussions on various topics. This year the University Associations have sponsored the All-University Mixer, Open House, Christian Association Reception, reception at the home ot President Bizzell, induction of new members and the Easter Pageant. The organizations have brought to the campus such outstanding speakers and religious leaders as Dr. T. Z. Koo, Dr. Albert W. Palmer, Dr. Alexander Paul, Dr. Charles Clayton Morrison, Dr. Henry Neumann, Dr. T. T. Brumbaugh, and Dr. Paul Popenoe. The University Christian Associations are a part ot a student movement which embraces more than 3,000 universities and colleges throughout the world. An annual tall and spring conference is held at some college or university in the state. Page 63 I I Front row, left to right: Shockley, Inman, McWilliams, Dean Findlay, Word, Stratton, Traylor. Second row: Elliott, Greeson, Elam, Gordon, Saunders, Kourtis, Coates. INDEPENDENT MEN'S ASSOCIATION OFFICERS DEAN I. F. FINDLAY ...... Adviser TI-IEATUS E. GREESON . . . Executive Secretary KRIS KOURTIS ....... Secretary MEMBERS OF THE STAFF Hall Circle Hat Flying U Round-Up lOrganl TOM INMAN CHARLES MCWILLIAMS STEVE ELAM GEORGE SAUNDERS FRANKLIN GRITTS Editor EMIL STRATTON MILO GORDON THEATUS GREESON Bm, Lo RUSSELL I-IALE Associate Editor MARSHALL WORD Seven Up IASZP-AUGHLIN FRED KLUCK TOM SHOCKLEY u licity Director Chain C MARION ELLIOTT Wagon Wheel HERBERT WINELAND IOI-IN A. MCREYNOLDS W. L. ANDERSON, IR. I. P. TRAYLOR IRA EUGENE POTES IOE ROGERS Spur Office Personnel WILLIAM OVERSTREET TI-IEATUS GREESON ORVILLE COATES IOHN STUEMKY IAMES DAVIS KRIS KOURTIS The Independent Men's Association was organized on its present basis on October l, IQ34. It seeks to include in its organization every independent man on the campus. In order to do this, six districts adjacent to the campus and the Stadium Oo-operative dormitory, an I. M. A. project, have been organized with approximately the same number ot men in each. Every district carries on its yearly program under the management of a statt of two or three organizers, a board ot directors and a group of keymen. In keeping with the southwest- ern tradition, these districts are named with some of the best-known cattle brands of the plains country. Each district has its headquarters at which smokers, parties, and forums are held. Page 64 'A I 7. .. Q A Front row, Ie!! Io right: Cooper, Moody, Voekle, Goodman Walker Copmann Second row: Baucum, DeVitt, Ash, O'Kee-fe, Newman Southerland HOUSE PRESIDENT'S COUNCIL OFFICERS MARY COOPER . . . . President BETTY COPMANN . . Vice President ALVALYN BAUCUM . . Secretary ELIZABETH PENNINGTON . Treasurer MEMBERS ELLEN ASH RUTH GOODSON IO MILLER MARY FRANCES SETTLE AVALYN BAUCUM OPAL GORDON GLADYS MOODY VIRGINIA SOUTHERLAND CONSTANCE BERRY DOROTHY HESS NICY MURPHY EDITH STEIN IEAN BLOCK MERLE HOLLY IANE NEWMAN MARGUERITE SUBERLY HELEN CAMPBELL ESTHER IOSEPHSON MADELYN O KEEFE RUTH TURNER MARY COOPER KATHERINE KILPATRICK ELIZABETH PENNINGTON HAZEL VOELKLE BETTY COPMANN BETTY KIRKBRIDE BILLY BETH ROBINSON ELAINE WALKER FRANCES CUMMINGS NELDA MARTIN VIRGINIA DE VITT MARGARET MADDEN MARY CQQPER pfemdem MARGARET DUNBAR OZELLE MCALESTER LOUISE GOODMAN MURRAY MCBRIDE House President's Council, a branch of the Women's Self-Government Association, is the governing body for all unaffiliated women's houses. Prior to this year it was known as House Council and met the first Monday of ev- ery month but because of the growing problems of the un- affiliated Women and their increasing organization, it has been changed to House Presidents Council and meets every Monday. Duringithe past year the Council has not only acted as a governing body but has also sponsored a program in personal problems of the coeds. This program was known as the Co-Ediquette Session. One of its greatest purposes is to bring together and knit more closely the organized houses on the Oklahoma University Campus. Page 65 PHI ETA SIGMA OFFICERS BEN BURDICK ..... . . President JOHN CALLOWAY . . Vice-President RUSSEL SWANSON . . . . Secretary ROY FRYE ...... . Treasurer MEMBERS ERWIN ALPERN HUBERT ANDERSON DALE D. DESPER CHARLES DOW HAROLD V. HUNTER EDMUND HURLEY WILLIAM H. REIFF JOHN W. RILEY MILTON ANDERSON JOHN DRAKE BERNARD JONES GENE ROOP WILLIAM D. BAKER HUGH DU VAL JAMES JONES STUART H. RUSSELL ROBERT BECKMANN HARRELL ERICKSON JAMES KAMITCHIS KENTH RUTH CHARLES BERRY HENRY BLACK RUSSELL BLACK FRANK BINKLEY ROYAL BOWERS JACK M. BOWERS JOHN BREAKER ROYAL BROCK CHARLES BROWN EARL APPLETON BROWN THOMAS BRYAN BEN BURDICK IACK W. BURNS IOHN CALLAWAY O. V. CAMPBELL WILLIAM CRAIG GENE CUNNINGHAM IOHN DENNIS JOE DAVIS GRADY ENGLISH GERALD EVANS ' JOHN FLICKINGER ROBERT W. FLORENCE EDWARD M. FARRIS DENNY FITZGERALD JOSEPH FLETCHER ROY FRYE, JR. JAMES GABLE GERALD D. GAULT JOHN GOSSETT S. S, GREEN WILLIAM HANKS CLYDE HARRIS CLYDE K. HARRIS PENROD HARRIS VERNIE HARRIS H. H. HOLMAN ARTHUR E. HUFFMAN JULIAN J. KENNEDY TOM KENNEDY ROBERT KLABZUBA GLADWYN LAGO STANFORD LORETTE RAYMOND LOWE DONALD MACKIE CLYDE L. MANSCHRECK JOHN ALFRED MARSHALL DON L. MARTIN HENRY MCINERNEY FRED LEE MCMILLAN WILLIAM R. MILLER GEORGE T. MONTGOMERY THOMAS E. NOLEN HARRY NUNN RAYMOND D. OLDHAM FOSTER V. PHIPPS JAMES E. POLLARD PHIL SALKELD PLATHO SCOTT EDWIN SIEVER FLOYD SIMON FLOYD ALBERT SOOY WILLIAM G. STUART ROY K. STANFORD J. RUSSELL SWANSON JAMES L. TERRY ROBERT SIMMS TRIPPET JAMES MARION UPDIKE JAMES W. WADE ETHAN ALLEN WALKER ROSCOE WALKER FRANK J. WHITBECK EDWARD WILSON JAMES O. WORRELL NOBEL WYNN Phi Eta Sigma, national honorary scholarship fraternity for freshman men, was founded at the University of Illinois in 1923, the purpose being to encourage scholarship among freshman men. The local chapter, the fourth in the United States, was installed on this campus in 1927. This chapter has initiated over 450 men, this year initiating 75, the largest class in the his- tory of the chapter. The organization holds a smoker at the end of the first nine Weeks to which all freshmen are invited who have a "B" average in their work to that date. The requirements for membership are an average of 2.5 which may be satisfied either in the first semester of the students enrollment in school or over the entire first year. This year the local chapter has sponsored a free tutorial system for all delinquent students in the university. This undertaking makes the local one of the most outstanding in the nation. Page 66 .""s.., First row, lei! to right: O'Reilly, Surber, Friedman, Wright, Davis, Pyle, Wood, Huddleston, Campbell. Second row: Ameringer, Lancey, Cole, Robinson, Klinglesmith, Burton, Homan, VanDuyr1e. ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA OFFICERS MARGARET DAVIS . . . . . President FLORA DEEN FINLEY . . Vice-President IUANITA WOOD . . . . Secretary KATHRYN CAMPBELL . . . Treasurer PEGGY O'REILLY . . . . Senior Adviser DR. IEWEL WURTZBAUGH . . Faculty Adviser MEMBERS BETTY BRADEN MARY HOCK MARGARET PORTER MARY IANE BURTON GERALDINE HUDDLESTON MARY IRENE PYLE KATHRYN CAMPBELL IANICE LEE HUSTON EVALEE SHULTZ MARGARET DAVIS NELLIE MAE JONES NENA BETH STAPP MARY ELIZABETH ESTES HELEN LAMPRICH LAURA MARGARET SURBER ELLIENE BARBARA FINNELL MYRTLE HELEN LANCEY VIOLA VAN DUYNE FLORA DEAN FINLEY IVA ROSALIE LONG MRS. IOY BEACH WARREN ROBERTA I-'REIDMAN NANCY MARSH . MRS. IUANITA WOOD MARY WIRT HEAD MARIAN WRIGHT PLEDGES DOROTHY AMERINGER THELMA IOY COULSON BETTY KLINGLESMITH ALLYNE COLE REBEKAH SCOTT Alpha Lambda Delta, national honorary scholarship fraternity for freshman Women, in- stalled a chapter on the campus of the University of Oklahoma on April 15, l929. The national organization was instituted at the University of Illinois. Caroline Mason, the first president of the local chapter, has served as the national treasurer. Membership in the organization is based on grades made during the freshman year, an average of 2.5, or an A minus being required for membership. This average may be made either in the first semester in which the student is enrolled in the University or over the entire first year. Members are selected at the end of each semester. Women selected during their freshman year remain active throughout their sophomore year. At the end of that time they become inactive or collegiate members of the chapter. . . Page 67 PI ZETA KAPPA OFFICERS WYEMA ADAMS ....... President RUTH ELEANOR STORMS . . . Vice-President ELIZABETH PENNINGTON . Recording Secretary REGINA HUGHES . . Corresponding Secretary MARGARET IANE SWIFT .... Treasurer MEMBERS WYEMA ADAMS ARDELLE HALLOCK ELIZABETH PENNINGTON ROSEMARY BOWEN IEAN HILL NENA BETH STAPP BETTY IO CHITWOOD LUCILLE HIN SHAW LOU SWIFT IVY COFFEY REGINA HUGHES MARGARET IANE SWIFT NELL CULP EULALEE LONG FRANCES RITCHIE ZELMA CURNUTT IRIS MCINTIRE HELEN ROANE SHIRLEY DANDRIDGE DOROTHY MURDOCK ESTHER BETH SHANNON RUBY IANE DOUGLASS VIRGINIA MOSELEY EVA LEE SHULTZ IEAN FOSTER IANE NEWMAN RUTH ELEANOR STORMS MARTYNA GARRISON FAYE NORTON IOY WIMBER IUNE GIBBS ELIZABETH PATTON MILDRED YATES Pi Zeta Kappa, national inter-denominational fraternity for women, was founded in l92O at the University of Oklahoma. The purpose of the organization is to foster more definite religious prin- ciples among students and to support all religious activities related to student life. Requirements for membership are leadership in some Christian Work and scholarship. - Front row, left to right: Adams, Foster, Hinshaw, Patton, Chitwood, Garrison, Hughes, Dandriqe. Second row: Stapp, Shannon, M, Swift, Storms, Curnutt, Moseley, Newman, Roane. Back row: L. Swift, Murdock, Mclntire, Wimber, Long, Pennington, Hill, Bickett. .km-Q. A ,mm an A Page 68 Front row, Ie!! to riqhl: Hill, Kendall, Coleman, Northcutt, Daniel, Appleton, Lindsey. Second tow: Rev. Hallock, Foster, K. Hughes, Worrall, A. Hallock, Rogers. Third row: Coates, Storms, Woodson, Shannon, McCall, Fourth tow: Martin, Dr. Boys, Hamilton, C. Hughes. I BAPTIST STUDENT UNION OFFICERS CLARENCE NOBTI-ICUTT. . . . President IAMES WORBALL . . . Vice-President BETTY COLEMAN LINDSAY MARTIN SUSAN DANIEL . . . Secretary . . . . Treasurer . . Student Secretary The Baptist Student Union on this campus is a part of an international student religious movement. There are B. S. U. organizations in eighteen Southern states of this country. The need tor an organization oi this type was felt early in IQOO, but as an organized student movement it iirst came into being in l92l. The history of the local B. S. U. dates back to l924. Since that time the Work has gone tor- Ward steadily and Without interruption. A full time Student Secretary came to the university in l934 in the person of Miss Susan Daniel. ln l937, plans were rnade for a Baptist Student Center across irom the campus at 427 West Boyd Street. Today, it stands an attrac- tive, useful, two-story building, a monument to prayer. Several hundred active Baptist students find it to be a convenient and pop- ular place tor promoting a Well- rounded religious program. Page 69 BAPTIST STUDENT UNION HOUSE . , . , I -wx ,X ' ' f ,jg Q3 v ui.-. H, . ,CH A , LA V fi, S A A -.ix W L 1.4 Q. QQ: tix? VX, S-.4 2' 4, ,' , +51 "qt . f J- w , s. f X ,.-V.. ,- ,, in -E ,aff .V A -X V ., .1 A 'N ,, . .... , --M... , ,Q nh., . X g in it .5 X S V f l::l.t,, J'-ft' L I ,iw 4. ..., ., tx., ' ' ' f -A-.V .M-M v.. , r ' f ' f- , , . V ' -7 ff f-sh? r 1, H - ,. ,...... ,, .-. f.. V 3 ' 5 ' l-1f6'f't - -Qghrqgq :LJ " . WE-' . sl' - - ' ' ' - , " ' U 1' . YfE...,,3b" 'Z1- ' sk.: s-.WW If ff:,:'5!1cr,-.- is ,-' -I 'M ' ' f A U" 'M'l":im"'TfIiffi,ii-S-tw.J ' , My .ryrfs A ,. , " 1. an K . ' ' Front row, left to right: Anderson, Hinshaw, Workman, McElwee, Babcock, Dietrich. Back row: Ash, Adams, Franklin, Sewell. MORTAR BOARD OFFICERS WYEMA ADAMS ....... President MARY KATHERINE FRANKLIN . . Vice-President PATIENCE SEWELL . . . . . MARY LOUISE MCELWEE. . . WYEMA ADAMS HELEN ANDERSON MARY KATHERINE FRANKLIN WYEMA ADAMS, President Secretary Treasurer MEMBERS LUCILLE HINSHAW PATIENCE SEWELL ELLEN ASI-I MARION BABCOCK FLOREINE DIETRICH MARY LOUISE MCELWEE MIRIAM WORKMAN Outstanding among honorary orders for women on the campus is Mortar Board, a national society organized in l9l8 at Swarthmore College. Membership in the mother chapter was drawn from representatives of Cornell Uni- versity, Ohio State University, the University ot Michigan, and Swarthmore. The local chapter oi Mortar Board was established here in l925, and is known as the Owl and Triangle chapter. Pledging of new members is a feature ot the annual Senior Day festivities. Candidates must show a "B" av- erage or better in college, junior standing, and a display ot interest and participation in extra-curricular activities. Page 70 Lelt to right: Gilley, Luttrell, Selvidge, Tippit, Ellsworth, Martin, Iacobson. PE-ET OFFICERS BILL MARTIN . . . . . . President IACK LUTTBELL . . Vice-President DICK GILLEY . . . . . . Secretary MEMBERS ARTHUR ELLSWORTH LEE IACOBSON BILL MARTIN BILL FLOOD JOE KANTOB BILL SELVIDGE DICK GILLEY IACK LUTTRELL IOHN TIPPIT Pe-et, an Indian term meaning "ten best men," is the oldest honorary organization on the university campus, having been founded in 1910. Membership is based on scholarship and participation in extra-curricular activities. Iunior standing and a "B" average are prerequisite for consideration. Traditionally Pe-et has selected the out- standing junior on the basis of their past record and ex- pectation of future accomplishments. Pledging of the jun- iors selected ior the following school year is on Senior Day. The organization functions in a regulatory manner, with activities being largely limited to matters pertaining to mudentgovennnent Page 7I BILL MARTIN, President A 41. . -..sm Front row, left to right: Cooper, Hamilton, Greeson, Maloney, Martin, Robertson, Calvert, Kincaid. Second row: Cowan, Miller, Aurin, King, Edwards, Peterson, Gilley. Third row: Dawson, Vliet, Wheeler, Gibson, Harrison, Mark. SKELETON KEY OFFICERS IAMES KINCAID ....... President FRANK HAMILTON .... Secretary-Treasurer MEMBERS FRANK HAMILTON IULIAN DAWSON FRED AURIN IOI-IN KING MCCOY EWERT ROBERT TRIPPETT MILLARD PURDY ED PETERSON DOYLE WATSON IACK BURNS DICK COWAN DALE VLIET BILL MARTIN RHYS EVANS IOHN WHEELER IAMES KINCAID BILL STUBBS LIONEL EDWARDS IERRY BECKETT ARTHUR ELLSWORTH GENE CORROTTO P. I. MALONEY IOE GRANT THEATUS GREESON HORACE CALVERT RICI-IIE MILLER DICK GILLEY BEN ROBERTSON W. M. HARRISON, IR. RALPH KENYON BOB COOPER STEWART MARK IACK LUTTRELL I-IUBERT GIBSON BILL SELVIDGE Service to the University of Oklahoma is the aim of Skeleton Key, honor- ary leadership and service fraternity. The society meets regularly at luncheons to discuss current problems of student activity on the campus and to formulate plans through which the members of Skeleton Key may act to bring about a solution of these problems. Members must possess the qualities of leadership, character and scholar- ship. Each year on Senior Day, twenty men are elected by the fraternity to serve as active members until their graduation. y The order was formed here in February, l933, after its progenitor, Blue Key, national leadership fraternity, had removed its local chapter. Skeleton Key has remained unaffiliated nationally. Page 72 THE RAMBLERS DOUG BAKER . . Manager MEMBERS KENNETH HARRIS DOUGLAS BAKER BlLLY HUBBELL BOB ASKEW TOM HAWK BlLL IACKSON CLYDE ASKEW GLENN HUGHES RANDY KENNEDY lllvl HUSER Completing its fourteenth year on the campus of the University of Okla- homa, the Ramblers, piloted by Doug Baker, zoomed to a new high in prestige here this year. Their popularity in fraternity and sorority circles was enhanced. Their intra-state following was highly magnified when they handled the "ragtime" on the O. U. Alumni broadcast in February. The organization attained na- tional prominence from their rendition of "Isle of Capri" a la Ramblers for the National Broadcasting Company's Pontiac Hour last year. The band boasts many famous "ex-Ramblers," including George Leeman, chief of the arranging staff of N. B. C. and Larry Cotton, featured vocalist with Horace Heidt and his Orchestra. Center: Baker. Second row: Kennedy, Hubbell, Harris, C. Askew, Hawk. Back row: F. Hughes, R. Askew, G. Hughes, Iackson, Huser. 'BH Page 73 Front row, left to right: Ellis, Staedelin, O. Smith, Norman. C h Second row: E. Smith, Oliver, unnirxg am, Rice, Iones. Third row: Beedle, Shumard, OTTO NORMAN . . Manager MEMBERS ' ORVILLE SMITH DICK OLIVER EUAL SMITH IOE STAEDELIN GENE CUNNINGI-IAM BAIRD IONES MERRILL ELLIS BUD RICE MARION SHUMARD OTTO NORMAN DICK BEEDLE The Varsity Club orchestra, organized three years ago, attained new heights in the social scale oi the University this season. Its modern interpola- tions, special arrangements by Ioe Staedelin and Baird Iones, and its enter- tainers have won tor it a host oi new friends. Part of a new program tor student entertainment, the Union instituted this year a weekly dansant called the "Swing Session" tor which the Varsity Club was selected to provide the music. Popular with "session" addicts were the "Three Trumpeteersf' Marion Shumard, with the Louis Armstrong vocal style, Baird Iones and his "Cowboy Ioe" tunes, and crooner Bud Rice. The Varsity Club, besides playing tor the Men's Council dances every Friday night, formed the musical background tor many fraternity and sorority dansants this year. Page 74 THE BOOMERS I-A-CK MAIOR - . Mcrnctger MEMBERS BOB OWINGS Blll. MAY IACK ROBERTS WILLARD AXLEY IACK MAIOR GEQRGE BALEY LAWRENCE LUPER GARTH CAYLOR IRVING WILLIAMS CARTER LUTES CARTER HABDWICK Precise execution of distinctive ctrrctngements cmd clever "breaks" by their instrumentotlists hcrve combined to mdke the Boomers much sought ctfter both on otnd off the University cgmpus. The Boomers orchestrd is the oldest of the three student orgdnizottions out O. U., having been dssembled first in l92l. Since its inception, the bdnd hcts continued to grow in populotrity, otnd although grotdugtion tcrkes its yecrrly toll, they spring bgck the following sectson With gn gggregotion just cts hord or hdrder to top. Perhotps the most fctmous from the Boomers' rcmks is Trumctn "Pinky" Tomlin, ngtionctlly fotrnous singer cmd composer. He is followed closely by Clcrude Kennedy, Herbie Kcty's pidnist. Left to right: Major, Axley, Baley, Williams, Lutes, Owings, Luper, Hardwick, May, Cgylor, Roberts. ' 1 Page 75 MORRISON STEPHENS, President IAZZ HOUNDS OFFICERS MORRISON STEPHENS . . President A. V. PEOPLES . . Vice-President HARRY GILBERT . . Secretary GLEN BAYLESS . . Treasurer FRED SKLAR . . Pledge Boss Iazz Hounds were formed at the University oi Oklahoma in l9l7 to promote Sooner pep at games away from home. The Hounds were active from 'l7 to '29 when they were abolished by action ot university authorities. When school spirit was at a low ebb, they were allowed to reorganize in the tall ot '29. Financing attendance at out-of-town games is done by the sale ot programs. Each active member sells twenty-tive programs at each football game played on Owen Field. Buses are usually hired for the two trips made yearly by the organization. Requirements for membership are the accepting vote ot the active chapter and junior standing in the University. No one fraternity is allowed more than two active members. Front row, left to right: Proctor, Stolper, Peterson, Reedy, Heller, lones, Stephens, Sklar, Singer, Scannell, Gilbert, McClain. Second row: Beckett, Rowe, Gowey, Beach, Milburn, Barnett, Richards, Flesner, McCullough, Corbyn. Third row: Hoover, Peoples, Roop, Snodgrass, Hardister, Van Dyke, Bailey, Glover. Fourth row: Evans, Gertz, Howard, Roark, Almen, Sackett, Wallace, Ryan, McCall. .W,-W W ..--M-n,-n.? l W- . , 5' . 3 2 'W . C. 55 1" ' .. it J My ' L- - f f ' ' Q 1 .- f Q hx. - . fzw- ir- tslff tra ... fl,i Vv,f' t f.1eft': If- M' v -5 f 555 tty l' v fi i 5 , ., ,s-jizz.. T," gk qy '. ' I " RY E,-sz ,. ' . l 4 iz , 5,41 " , ' " 'i' 5 1 it Qf.hgga. .2.f,'-.Q . Eve .fwvk ,f-Q 'i,-H ' . ,,-fhhfft '.' , f' e:'4'?'-' -,iEm.- - xgs,4g.S,isGwQ t i if - Q , ' P. 1 I f 1 f , V X, 1 'i A "-- -1 - I gt ', Q f ' V -'-' i " 1 - T rx 1 'ft .. 'K T ' .f -4, f it is K ' c , T ..,. All i a . li f Q. ' "L . MW. ' - 1 ' . Ii,-M Y . , r 1-A fr ,ss .' ' 1 - 'N , -Ku ' K' t . - mem .,,,,. , I Q , . :I T ,Q .1 ,E Q - 1-N I, A 1 M , ..:,,,,.,, Eigwwv M'mr .Qu 1 f'2G3RtfW iJf5,lii? '? . 5? 97-3 w.. 1 ?ii iff ' tt!f'mM 2fM"'fL..j',.3l " , ' ' .iff ' " 13 .5131 ' f'if2.,.. ' A 15 ' at ' ' Ei"-3-1 ' I. ,.., plum' 3 - In Q T1 i 1 UM . , V, J , - ,,.. .XV . , W Q i. 'Q QW A1 vw.-,'-aw-, , V ,f . :.- . t"' , ' 11, , , ' - 1: ' ' 2 - . V.. A www15w:?,-,Arif.?'.wm11f?m.c.y,ffjw:-ff--to tga5g,f'1,-Z?Lf:rf.':f'+-?1- F21-J'f-vgffivfmf,Qffb'Tl1'w 2: 'f.':gggiff7'i,,,9 f,.., ..,, 5 4 'lfgw Page 76 RUF-NEKS OFFICERS CARL SMITH . . President AL SLANER . . . Vice-President GENE MITCHAM . Secretary BOB BUTLER . . . Treasurer CARL SMITH, President Rui-Neks is the oldest pep organization on the campus. It was founded in l9l5 by a group of varsity lettermen. While attending a basketball game in the "Old Gym" several iormer football men in their energetic enthusiasm began stomping their teet and raising an uproar in general. Since they were accused of acting like roughnecks, the men decided to iorm an asso- ciation tor the promulgation ot pep at all athletic contests. They adopted the name given them and it has continued. The purpose ot the organization is to foster pep among the entire student body, to encour- age attendance at all contests in which the university is engaged, and to uphold the traditions of Soonerland. Eligibility for membership is determined by junior standing in the university. Two trater- nity men from each house and eighteen non-fraternity men are selected to make up the quota ot Rui-Nelcs. Front row, left to right: Myers, Gross, Allen Reed, Marguerite Patchin iRuf-Nek Queenl, Elias, Butler, Price, Mason. Second row: Ledbetter, Sherman, Boyle, Butler, Lee, Woodard, Poindexter. Third row: Russack, Lee, Holland, Blanks, Leide, Berry, Wilbanks, Beard. Fourth row: Flippin, Martin, Gardner, Shaw, Slaner, Grurnp, Snyder. Page 77 Front row, left to right: Bonnell, Brent, Milburn, Shearon, Bell, Brown, Weiss, Bryan. Second row: Newton, Hippard, Ruppert, Caldwell, lennings, Hollow, Wood, Grimes, Chaney. Third row: B. Smith, I. Smith, Liston, Highly, Rowton, Richards, Spradling, Saunders. Fourth row: Frantz, Webber, Wheeler, Sawtell, Hastings, Thompson, TUF-MUGGS OFFICERS IGB SHEARIN . . . . . President BOB HOLT . . Vice-President GEORGE BELL . . . Secretary LOY WEBBER . . . Pledge Master Tuf-Muggs, the only freshman pep organization on the campus, was founded in November of l936. A group of Ruf-Neks acting as a nucelus pro- vided sufficient impetus so that the new organization was well under way, asserting itself actively during the basketball season of l936-l937. The first officers were: Leon Davis, president, D. C. Whitlow, vice-president, Russell Swanson, secretary 5 and Tom Payne, treasurer, while Professor Ritzman acted as club sponsor. After many men were pledged in the fall of l937, the organi- zation turned out en masse for all home football games, as well as at all home basketball games. The sophomores in the club becoming automatically inactive at the be- ginning of the second semester this year, new officers were elected, consisting of: loe Shearin, president, Bob Holt, vice-president, George Bell, secretaryg and Loy Webber, pledge master. lnterest and spirit have transformed this from a mere embryo organization into a major and integral part of extra- curricular activities. Page 78 ADVERTISING CLUB OFFICERS DON IVICVAY . . . President BOB WOODERSON . Vice-President BETTY IO CHITWOQD . Secretary HERBERT VAN ZANT . . Treasurer The Advertising club was founded in the fall of l935 by a group of stu- dents interested in advertising, under the sponsorship of Professor lohn I-I. Casey. All students enrolled in the university who are interested in advertis- ing are eligible for membership. The purpose of the organization is to promote a better understanding and a more thorough knowledge of the various fields of advertising. Meetings are held every other Tuesday night and prominent men engaged in the different branches of advertising practice are brought in as speakers. Among the forms of advertising discussed before the club are radio, news- paper, furniture store, corporation, national, clothing store, restaurant, depart- ment store and magaziney in addition to talks on window displays, research departments and business management of a newspaper. Front row, standing, left to right: Casey, Flippin, Wooderson, Nelson. Front row, seated: Van Zant, Smith, Goodman, Mitchell, Chitwood, Hudson, Worley, Kelly, Adams, Addington, Cole, Woodruff, Angelo, Love. Front row, standing: Vernon, McVay, Cline, Brite. Second row: Weber, Giffen, Brumm, Burkett, Fisher, lohnson, Pennington, Mosely, Longino. Third row: Morrison, Grimes, West, Bates, Tucker, Van Dine, Campbell, Iones, Hampton. Fourth row: Van Dyke, Butts, Cotter, Caldwell, Smith, Culbertson, Kidd, Spence, Highland. Page 79 Front row, left to right: Little, Cravey, Portwood, Lawrence, Torna, Sites, Priester, Oakes, Snoddey. Second row: Rowe, Couch, Sloan, Newman, Minor, Garner, Beams, Dietrich. Third row: Green, Scruggs, Morris, Marilyn Lack, Mildred Lack, I-lippard, Caldwell, Roberts. Fourth row: Burns, Kirk, Easterling, Richardson, Mehew. HESTIA, OMICRON NU, OIKONOMIA HESTIA OFFICERS OIKONOMIA OFFICERS . DREWSILLA BEAMS . . . President IEANETTE ALEXANDER . . President IEANETTE ALEXANDER . Vice-President DORIS MINOR . . . Vice-President .KATHLEEN WILCOXSON . . Secretary IANE ROBINSON . . . Secretary BETSY ROSS GREEN . . Treasurer LOUISE NEWMAN . . . Treasurer OMICRON NU OFFICERS HATTIE LEE ........ President IEAN BLOCI-I . . . Secretary FLOREINE DIETRICI-I . . . Treasurer HESTIA I-lestia is a departmental club with an open membership to all girls who take home economics. lts purpose is both social and educational with the prime motive being to advance a friendly spirit among its members and the faculty of the school. OMICRON NU Omicron Nu is the national honorary home economics organization. Re- guirments for membership are leadership and scholarship. The additional purpose of the organization is to promote research in home economics. OIKONOMIA Oilconomia is an honorary home economics fraternity organized for the purpose of promoting fellowship and scholarship and for creating and main taining an interest in home economics. Page 80 2 9. - Jn .. - AQ l Front row, left to right: Morris, Larqent, Richards, Gruver, Kluck, Fletcher, Huddleston, Crow, Shaw, Kaldenbach, Heftner, Graves, Hill. Second row: Manley, Kehres, Daggs, Tabor, Hu, Loomis, Geiger, Grant, Camp, Carlton, Tucker. Third row: lorclan, Stewart. O'Haver, Whitchurch, Wettack, Barton, Wilson, Deligons, McAlester. Fourth row: Walker, Nibley, Noble, DuBois, Meqee, Hamilton, Holmes, Tinker. A. I. M. M. E. The American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, as a local chapter, was founded at the university as an outgrowth of the old Pick and Hammer Club. The University membership is extraordinarily large, last year being second in the United States. The Institute was established by a small group ot practical and technical men almost sixty years ago. They telt the need ot an organization having as its object the promotion ot the arts and sciences connected with the economic production ot the useful minerals and metals and the Welfare of those employed in these industriesp this object was to be accomplished through meetings tor social intercourse, the reading and discussion ot technical papers, and later the circulation among its members ot the published information thus obtained. BEN HILL, President OFFICERS BEN HILL . . . . President MALCOLM O'l-IAVER . . Vice-President BILL IORDAN . Secretary T. B. STEELE . Treasurer Page 81 Front row, left to right: Whalen, Townsend, Coleman, Wendt, Ringer, lones, Kluck, Fletcher, Professor Brooks. Second row: Byrd, Bible, Dorsett, Woodward, Hill, Richards, Daggs, Grimm. Third row: McBride, Witt, Bratton, Webber, Haskell, Feldman, Swesnik, Sigler, Marks. TAU BETA PI Tau Beta Pi, honorary society for engineering students, Was founded in lune, 1885, at Lehigh University. Its purpose is to confer distinction upon those students who have main- tained a high grade of scholarship and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in the engineer- ing students of the institutions in which its chapters are located. The local chapter was admitted into the national organization in l926 after having existed as a local, Tau Pi, for three years. There are now more than sixty chapters of the fraternity with an aggregate membership of almost 20,000. Students must have maintained at least a "B" average to be eligible for membership. Candidates must also be in the upper one-fourth ot the senior class or the upper one-eighth of the junior class. WILFRED COLEMAN, President OFFICERS WILERED Cf. COLEMAN ..... President SYDNEY B. RICHARDS . . . Vice-President ERNEST HASKELL . . . Recording Secretary THOMAS WHELAN . . Corresponding Secretary BERT BRATTON ........ Treasurer MEMBERS ROSWELL CLARK OVIDE WEBER BILL EELDMAN OAKLEY WOODWARD BILL HERBERT WILFRED COLEMAN NORMAN HASSLER SYDNEY RICHARDS BEN HILL ERNEST HASKELL FRED KLUCK BERT BRATTON OWEN MCBRIDE TOM WHELAN Page 82 LOYAL KNIGHTS OF OLD TRUSTY The organization known as L. K. O. T., or Loyal Knights of Old Trusty, was founded in the College of Engineering in 1920 for the purpose of creating in- terest, friendship and a working unit in the College of Engineering. Membership is limited to sixteen men, with only enough being brought in to replace the graduating men every year. Election to L. K. O. T. is the great- est honor an engineer can receive although he never is publicly known as a member until he becomes inactive. L E Cn the seventeenth of March at l2:Ul A. M. each year, the sixteen Loyal Knights gather on the eastern edge of the campus and after secret consulta- tion, the roar of "old trusty" crashes into the night. lt is the signal for the spec- tacular fireworks display which lasts for an hour and constitutes their celebra- tion of the anniversary of the patron saint of the engineers. 7 Page 83 Front row, left to right: Long, O'I-Iaver, Woodard, Schlattke, Morton, Whitchurch, Noble, Goodgion, lackson. Back row: Crumley, lones, Coleman, Carpenter, Gassett, Walsh, Gorden, Peterson, Turner. sr. PAT's COUNCIL OFFICERS MALCOLM O'HAVER . . . . . President DAN IACKSON . . . Vice-President ED SCI-ILAFFKE . . . Secretary SILAS GASSETT .... ' . Treasurer ' MEMBERS MORGAN BELL STEVE KING JAMES WITCHURCH DAN CARPENTER DON KUHN MALCOLM O'I-IAVER IAMES GOODGION TOM MORTON DAN IACKSON CECIL GORDON GEORGE NOBLE ED SCHLAFFKE BYRON IONES ED PETERSON SILAS GASSETT DON WALSH St. Pat's Council is the most important Engineering organization on the campus. Mem- bership in it is granted in recognition of the most outstanding achievement in a particular field. The purposes of the council are to foster the ideals and purposes of the College of Engi- neering and to form a more perfect co-ordination between the various schools of the college. The annual celebration of St. Pat and the coronation of the queen are the most important functions of the Council during the year. The council is the governing body of the Engineering student body. Each of the eleven schools in the College of Engineering elect representatives to the council. In addition to these the officers of the Engineers' Club and the chairmen of the committees for preparation of the St. Pat's celebration are admitted. Page 84 t l A Front row, Ieit to right: Page, Tappan, Challener, Gallup, Woodard, Wantland, Almguist, Trautman, Rowe, Dorsett. Second row: Nance, Woodson, Strong, Cox, McCreary, Lollis, Vxfoodward, Smith, Tuma, Farrar, Nicholson. Third row: Hubbell, Professor Page, Daubenheyer, Coleman, Gamez, Grimm, Howard, Wallace, Drehm, Taylor. AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS OAKLEY WOODWARD ..... President AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS WILLIAM ALLEN ....... President Front row, left to right: Emmons, Gassett, Webb, Proffer, Mason, Hawkins, McCasland, Seay, Cloud, Freeland, Iarrett, Riley, Ieremiah. Second row: Iacoby, Pierce, Stephenson, Clegern, lohnson, Professor Ambrosius, Dean Carson, Professor Paxton, Walter, Crowther, Crouch, Hutchcraft, Mostenboclcer, McAfee, Huffman. Third row: Anderson, Christenson, Goodgion, Wilbur, Thomson, Beach, Iones, Bercaw, Bell, Abernathy, Shields, Ducker, Minnig, Dow, Walsh. Fourth row: Casler, Ditton, Dill, Billingsly, Busby, McKinney, Kuetemann, Romine, Baumann, Cole, Gittings, Herolcl, Shawver, Franlcenfeld, Ross, Morris. Fifth row: Ford, Montgomery, Eads, Ross, Sakaly, McKinley, Emerson, Irons, Clark. I A ' 3 :I -. " f , 1 9, If 'f Q-v a ,, . .1 T-'U r " .. .0 2. ' 1.1 lskf , , Page 85 Back row, lelt to right: McAlister, Walker, Hughes, Askew, Sparks, Wehrend. Middle row: Proctor, Williams, Ellis, Moore, Cunningham, Hadsell, Chenoweth, Bricker. Front row: Hubbell, Huser, Hill, Summers. PHI MU ALPHA OFFICERS WILLIAM HUBBELL . . . . . President IIM HUSER . . . . . Vice-President IACK SUMMERS . . Secretary-Treasurer BARRE HILL ..... Supreme Councilman MU PHI EPSILON OFFICERS MIRIAM WORKMAN ...... President MARY CATHERINE FRANKLIN . . Vice-President RUBY IANE DOUGLASS . . . . Secretary BETH ROBERTSON . . . Treasurer BERTILLE MCMAHAN . . . Historian WILDA GRIFFIN . . . . Faculty Adviser First row, left to right: Holbrook, Hall, Griffin, Workman, K. Franklin, E. Franklin, Huddleston, Ray. Second row: Osborne, Morris, Casteel, McMahan, Douglass, Wember, Roane, 1 nm' I .fm ' X I ' I I 4. Page 86 ' 1 I i I i l Front row, Iett to right: Wilcoxon, Gourley, Wallace, Powell, Musser, Nunn, Hanks, Reese, Johnson. Second row: Smith, Cockerill, Wilson, Underwood, Ivy, IvIcMann, l-laislip, Reynolds. Third row: Freeman, Saunders, Brown, Tagqe, Looney, Gurley, Doolin, Harlow. Fourth row: Leach, Stein, Srnilh, Fife, White, Roberis, Burdick. SENATE CLUB OFFICERS BILL MUSSER ..... . . President ANDREW WILCOXSON . . Vice-President HARRY NUNN . . . Secretary TACK LEACH ..... . . Treasurer C O N G R E S S C L U B OFFICERS COLONEL H. NELSON . . . . President DWIGHT TOLLE . . . . Vice-President THOMAS LAMBRITH . . Secretary DAVID LINEBAUGH ...... Treasurer Front row, left to right: Harris, Hall, Palmer, Nelson, Campbell, Timberlake, Harper, Hurst. Second row: Linebaugh, McClannahan, Greenhaw, Brannen, Belier, Bixler, Talley, Landreih Couch, Iohnson, Michaels. Third row: Couch, Iohnson, Michaels, Lowe, O'Brier1, Schwoerlce, Luckett, Munson. nm 3 'A-1-. ' fi! E, i Page 87 Left to right: Harrison, Allen, Luttrell, Gilley, Kincaid. CHECKMATE OFFICERS W. M. HARRISON, IR. ..... President ROBERT TRIPPET ..... ' Vice-President CHARLES FULLENWIDER . . Secretcrry-Treasurer TOGA OFFICERS R. DALE VLIET .... . . President COYE MCCLURE . . . . Vice-President LUCIUS SMITH . . . Secretary-Treasurer DR. RALPH BIENFANG . . . Faculty Adviser Left to right: Smith, Vliet, Coleman, Dr. Bienfcxnq, Brannon, Hill, Luccrs. 'T 3 . Page 88 Front row, le!! lo righl: Goodwin, Anderson, Miller, Bell, Wallace, Fullenwider. Second row: Dr. Richards, Payne, Brow, Olson. ALPHA EPSILON DELTA OFFICERS RICHIE MILLER .... . . President CHARLES FULLENWIDER . . Vice-President EARL ROBINSON . . . . Secretary CHARLES TURNBULL . . Treasurer DR. AUTE RICHARDS ...... Sponsor T H A L I A N OFFICERS BETTE LAMBERT ....... President CORNELIA WEBSTER .... Vice-President VIVIAN RUTH VANDERPOOL . . Secretary ESTHER BLACKMER ...... Treasurer Front row, left lo righl: Luttrell, Breich, Coleman, Escalante, Green, Lambert, Rudell, Schultz Second row: Dandridqe, Maxie, Grantham, Shaffer, Vanderpool, Websier, Downing. Front row, left to right: Huddleston, Richards, Naifeh, Rowe, Woodard, Kaplow, Gray, Taylor. Second row: Chadwell, Mclnerney, Woodson, McBride, Burchett, Coon, Larsh. Third row: Professor Comp, Erickson, Peterson, Gruver, Grossman, McMahon, Busby. Fourth row: Clifford, Jackson, Scoqqins, Smith, Bone, Crumley. SIGMA TAGU OFFICERS DAN IACKSON .... . President WOODROW HUDDLESTON . . . Vice-President ANTON ERICKSON . . . Secretary-Treasurer G. R. MAXSON . . . . . 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Tddroid Keiiin, ine universiiifs diinieiio dmbdssddor oi qood wiii, is ooniurino dnoiiner ciever puioiiciiv siuni, ond iinoi s d Liovd s w oqer .... Lei s sii iiiis one oui oi iine iuniorfSenior prom f 'One sinqie iinouqxni oi iweniv coupies. . . . Pr ifioiieiis-eve view oi 'One Prom .... Tino! s Moi wiiin iine boion .... Prnv niqini oiier XUZUU oi ine Co-op dorm .... 'ilioori' Niuiiins ond Bob Sevmour ore iooiin inoidinq iour does, ii oppeors .... Enqineers' Queen Demeirice 'iiiornion iooics cov ds Ldwvers 'ilenneiin Scwoerice ond 'ioinn Cousin admire ner iiowers . 'isni ii sweei? . . . Faqs 91, 2 S ,, xox' 1 '--.r 221- 2262365 x Page 97' vu "' '. ww 'J 5 Af v""'x fd W, 'Harry 'Schrader hoids Phyiiis Lyons whiie ihe ohoioarapher hoids his hreaih .... Wichita' s ?ai Vicicers is ohviousiy noi deeoiy irnpressed hy Buchanan i'iaiTs iinesi woric oi ari .... Corne io your own conciusions arei Hays and Dayid ifiuichcraii in ihis neai-anqie shoi .... 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' Chi Orneaa Prnna Neh hoberts .... Two rnatrons express toy unbounded at the can t taenttty thern .... Thts ttash ot rntxed ernottons ts the proauct ' tton Protessor Dew ey Barnes ts either srnachtna hts hps on the teTephone .... Seen at Tow er Px bunch ot the boys, Tn- . 'XNeh, we hinq ts ur-se we arntnrstra to arque r. . . Peeness at pttc ' October Dahas rtot . . . ot co ' th Cashton .... Business Pt . . . McCoy Ewert ts prone trorn or w orrrf s potnt ot ytew. . ' up at the Kappa buttet suppe Ehzabe er-pout. e Nash, Knq rt ot Mary or tn the throes oi a sup Grtrnshaw ana Betty Su I y Wheeter, were whoop Tett ar e Duke Wren ana Tohnn aattnq Gibson. . . duchnq Tack. worn DoyTe was couT a have s Page Ween-' - - A .rf Page I23 ?ht DetaDetta N. Denstnqer puts on hts atnner tactcet when he recetv es rnonev trorn horne .... ?re-Carnhrtan ' aentat practtces are apphea to Dtch Sactcett hv Louts Barnett at the Prtpha Stqyna ?ht house .... X. O. Gtvens, tett, ana Chartev Nettt are savtnq their prov ers toqetner .... Marv lknn Lonarntre, tett, Lucthe Yttnshqw ana Nancy Fave Cotvtn, Prtpha it Detts, are ttoorea bv a aarne ot Xactcstravfs, or Ytaatestrctcs or sornethtna .... That s no antnropotafthat s Doc Srntth .... Sornethtna chtc on X. P. Everett .... Danctnq at ?1tctcner's tor the D. U .' s ana Davta Ltnehauah tovs vvtth the taea ot havtnq the next one vvtth Dtdate Xohnson as Dtctc Wvche and Dovte 'XNhtte tattc tt over .... P-rt top rtqht, tn srnart tutt dress tptua, ?artetteU ts viaen 'Partette vvtQn Marv Yrances tiethn, vvho, vrtth aturnnus Yrea Duntevv, are pavtna thetr respects to the Sta Nt 'Nashtnaton s Dtrhnaatl shtnata .... "'Yhev vvattc, thev tattc . . 'Yhts patr won ost trnpossthte costurne .... At the top ot the square reaatnq trorn there to Torn Ntttarn ana Marv Sean Carver tnterrntsh aurtnq aDetaDance. t'c tn rnta-vvtnter .... Norman hevnotas patntuhv t the t?ht ?st aancetest ttnds Den Mohtev, and Gran Wtthanhs qesttc- ave anv taea Sno s at the ' tor me rn ' e Xnqte, ' t tantas r rtuae a cl Dexter don t h a . . chaperone the Et Moattt ttrst prrze here, Ehzaheth Yteetvvooa, Xohnnre Le . . . Dtrecttv hetovv, the Sarnuets trtp the hah executes a rtqht turn at the S. Pr. E. partv, rtaht center .... 'tne Setrna Lee huh and hrn Ptoaers tn the torearouna vihtte tn booth tvv o, Harot U-tate to the dehaht ot Ntaraaret Prnn htce, hrnrnv huh and Dettv Drttchara. No . . . we what Doh 'Yrtppett ts aotna tn the hactc statt .... tactc Nttthurn and Chartes Prtchtson are unahashe . ' pea .... and vtlhtp Page '24 +47 gg w . KL I Q2 ,Q X -A I ibsfqg Lk',4"g' .XJbf.', 'W K.T'1HfT.i'P.. , XJTU ve: - r 'xxx 'um x Xl I z fi f isiieici Woody ifinaaieston tactcies a tfnaster qate on an oii ria witb tbe sarne attitude be tacicies a Nebrasica bac rnan .... 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They were elected by students from the College of Engineering to reign over their festivi- ties durinq the Interscholostic Track Meet lote in April." AM A... . . . . Oxford bOund Rhodes S TUG: Ske1Cl'1o1ofrship W. bCIlGj Scciiorl Key: ChlnHGff RCI1'1kinq Ibqfd and Bickmqte. Pe-Ct. S19- BGTQ Th tufllor Phi B fide? Bomb et' De- 9 Q Pi eta KCI Clrdier . ppm in 1 s 937 r 1 ai y S?OYYOl31D ENGl,lSl'l .... .... . . . . Diligence and intelligence lunior lmni beta Kappap 'Pbi Eta Siqrnap Pi Nlu Epsilong l?resident s Class, lS3'7. ROBERT 'l?mll3?E'l'lf ........... ...... S rnooth is the word 1 Slceleton Keyp Cbeclcrnatep Publications Boardq ?bi Eta Siqrnaq lunior lblni Beta Kqrppap Scabbard and Blade. Bornbardiersq Senate Club, presidentq 'Pint-Nelcsq SOONER Stall, l937q Presidents Classy l3'bi Garnrna Delta, president. DOUGLAS BAKER ...... K . ...... Talent for making music and friends l?lnt Eta Siqrnaq Presidents Class. lnterlraternity Councilq ldarnblers Orcbestra, rnanaaer. Scabbard and Bladeq Bornbardiersp Siqrna Prlpba Epsilon, bouse rnanaqer. 'lNllIl,lPlM SElNllDGE ..... ...... T he paradox of party boss and integritg Sooner l9arty president. Editor, lS'57 SOONEB YEBRBOGK1 lazz lrloundsq Y. Nl. C. Pr., president, l937q ?e-etq Siqrna Cbi. Page '28 ar excellence KENNETH HAHHlS .... ........... O rganizer p Meds Cotmctlp lrltertratemtty Councllg SOONEE YEAEEOOK and Covered Waqon stalls-1 Conqrese Club. Y. Nl. C. A. Cabinet and Eoata ol Dlrectotsg Delta Tau Delta. HAHT lNElC1HT .......... ...... C oronafCorona politician Erestaent ol the Aclmlnlstratton Partyy Senate Clulo treasutetg Leaque ot 'Yotmq Democtatsg lnter- lratemtty Counctlp Plat Delta Tlfteta. HELEN ANDERSON ........... ...... S avant with sugar lantor Elnt 'Beta Kappa. 'tNlno's Who ln Amettcan Untverstttesg W. S. Ct. A., preslaentg Y. W. C. A. Executive Eoaraq Otcltestsp Ttmloer Cmtsetsq Delta Delta Delta. AETHUH ELLSWOETH ................ A magnet for honors Dade Day Award. Wlno'-5 Who tn Amettcan Untversttteep Plot Eta Stamaq Prestclents Classy Pe-etg Delta Slqma Hho1 Skeleton Keyg Senate' Tlfxaltang Eostmmp lntertratemtty Counctlp Debateg Y. Nl. C. A Cabinet' Oratotyp Alpha Tau Omega. K Y Page 129 Qfx ith a giants Qauel A1 Kap Phu It DCI, presidenfhcigrtpresidenti Pi Ciigesterg brig BOCITCII presijelor I Q I' H 9111, ueen, 1934, ff?-Sor PC1533 , IGSJDY Sigmg Second eficin E1 Moduudems' pr ' ' ni, Wh I esldemi lgirsltiegi Alphsi Who in A-Chorql Club UI'1CiI, Gmbdq Deltmericau Un' CII W S 1 ' -G. A d WU-PRE Tqu Tice-p?3Q?deP3g Pfegidgnb- M, All A4 E glccfl Engine ' Amerigqrl GFIS Cou I' E' nqlnger 1 ers: Tog Instltu-te nclll Kappa pi. Club: Nei? St' Pays gf Elec- 1' pr9Sident mem C1ub.O?ECi17 . , eta THEIXTUS GBEESON . . . .... ..... B londe dgnamo independent Meri s Association, executive secretarijg Siceieton iieijq Round-Up, Associate Editor, Co-op Boardg intrarnurai rnanaaerp SiarnaDeita Ciniq Dad s Association scinoiarsinip winner. 'NNPLLTEH SCWEYYE ........... ...... P harmacg is his dish ifttno Chin Vni Deita Ciiig Gaien, winner oi ttne Gotten PM ard as Outstandina Pnarrnacrj Student in N371 Acacia, president. ELLEN ASH ......... ...... W ellfrounded and well-recognized Pripiia Lambda Deitaq Mortar Board, president, iir st sernesterq Dad s Day Copy House Councii, presi- dent, i937g Varsity basinetbaii, tennis, inocicey and voiieijioaiig NNtio's Wino in Prrnerican Universitiesg Oni Deita i3i'iip ?i Mn Epsiion. MXLLIXPD 'PUBDY ........... ...... P rintefs ink for blood onia Daiiif editor, tirst sernester, i937-381 Siarna Deita Ctiiq Siarna Nu. Pa e 130 Oiciadn Q success 'NNTLLTPTNT YELDNTAN . ...... .......... S tepping to Barrkirxq Tumor Tau Bela Par Prruericarr lrrsmuke ol CloerrxicaX Brrameersg Errqrrreers Cmbq SOONBB YBABBOOT4. Stalk Siarrra Pdpha Mu, presrdem. B T. NUXLONBY ............. , . Genial gentleman SkeTeKorr Keyg lrxkerlralermw Courxckh Bur-Neksq Phi Kappa Bsr. BLBPQNOB BUBTON ......... ...... M ental and physical agility Mortar Board Honor CTafs-5, P3371 Mortar Board Sophomore Pkaaueq TN. S. G. Pr. Biq Sis-ierq Bike Team, , Ducks' Clulop Kappa Pdpha Theka. . . . . . . . . , . . . Soldier and superfsalesman rs president Scalobard and Blade, preekderrrg Beta Theta 'PL p P5'3e BBN BGBB Keyp Sam T937 1 ' Bornbardde , BT SON SkeTe'xorr Hounds , DS . He stands for Ser l Ulge Skelet On K COUHC' GY: la 115 E I Z2 Hgu Phi Kappa Igfgmeersf CEJCLSI Interfrqtemk 1 I Qma, Past DreSi5lCZqI?bardielg l3I DALE V LIET . . . S' t znglng is his fo t f e d Phi De HQ . Skglet Phl, pre . on KQYI Pi Isglient TQQCII pr I DG Aiphql priZii.91'l'ij 1 ent. . . It must be a virtue Nioriar Eoardn Emai- ' . riior fhi 'E-eia Kap ?i Beia ?hi, pre empire of good s YK CE SEXNELL . . . . . Deiiap Siarria Pripha ioiay Chi Deira Pr Cabirieig Bacauei Ciubz ?i Mu Scahbard arid E-iadei Siarria Nu, p , . . Hits the bulls aerrierii arid Niaricei- ?if1i1 iu 901 Epsiiorig siderii. With an erlse reside . 'age i?P!iiEN Lambda WN. SG. . D ' " 'Coririciig t ' . Maria ' ' business d Psipha ri. WSE, ' . ierriiiy' 1 0 rsiria Gia ' ss is his rs Quee . iriierira I Prdver i Busme iiria ari riee XOHN XCXNG . . . Siceieiori heya Mer! -s Couriciiq MARY CARSON ......... XN. Pr. Pr. Prrcherrf 'irophrjq Leaaae oi Youriq Derriocrai-sg irra Chihp Kappa ilappa Garrxrrxa, presiderii. UJCNS Sixfiiiifi ........... ...... 'Beia Gamma Siarrxan Deiia Siarria 'Pin Phi Hia Siqrriay Prccorirriiria Ciah, presiderii: Niarise Niariaaerrierri Chihg Whos Who iri Prrriericari Urrrversiiie-sq 'ioaag ?hi Pripha Deiia. Page '32 "This is the Phillips collection, a prod- , ,Mfr 1 A ll-K 5 unav- -I ,....' 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W Hlmlffcma . . . THE 1938 SOONER YEARBOOK T' This, the l938 edition of the SOONER, is the thirty-fourth official annual of the University of A Oklahoma. Prom its inception to the year l909, the school yearbook was called the "Mistletoe," after which it Was dubbed "Sooner," a name that has been placed on the cover of thirty is- sues in the thirty years since l9U8. The editorial content of the book is super- vised by the Editor, who is chosen each year by the Publications Board. The selection is made from the standpoint of merit, with the accent on staff experience, scholarship, extra-curricular activities and knowledge of printing and en- graving. The Business Manager controls the finan- WALTER M, HARRISQN, JR., Editor cial CIlfCIlTS of ll'lG lDOOlC. H9 is Cl'1OS91'1 by the General Manager of Student Publications With the sanction of the Publications Board. Reguisites for this post are salesman- ship, activities on the campus and executive ability. A number of departures from stock year- - book design and content were made in the com- pilation of the l938 SOONER. Class pictures were divided by classes instead of by schools and colleges, which facilitates the location of y an individual photograph. Answering a cry for more feature pictures, an additional appropri- ation was made to make possible a separate panel of candid shots for each fraternity and sorority, in addition to an enlarged general fea- ture section. The Who's Who section this year Was placed in a separate folio. Organizations were grouped together instead of being scattered throughout the book. According to the staff, the class section in an annual corresponds to the statistical tables in a history book, therefore, the class section was placed in the back in one section. TACK K. CHANDLER, Business Manager An attempt was made to familiarize Oklahoma University students with a few of the campus' little-known but significanf features through the inclusion of their pictures accompanied by brief explanatory texts at the beginning and end of book sub-divisions. Layouts are different, the theme is different, the cover is different. The staff hopes it has constructed a worthwhile monument commemorating your l937-38 year at the University of Oklahoma. 4 K -V f ,f Q... f , a e I 4 0 0 0 0 Y " ' ' ' x , 1 f f f , Q v'v'v'0'v'f':'v 0 '0's0'o 30 I Qc' 0'.'0'0' ' ' 0 0 0' vl 0 ' 0'0 0 0'09'0'0' 0 0 0 f 0 0 0 ' '0'0' ' 'Q' '0 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 0.: 0 0.0.0.0.0.:. ,., 0 0 0 0 0.:.:g.:: 2 :.:.: : 0 05 0 I Q,f0 .Q ..0 0 0 go 2.0 :.0.:.:.0 0? 08 ' 0 .Q0.q Q 9 ,:,,g,:,0,0, ,44,9,0,0,0 0. Q.0Q.o.0.0.Q0 .2 Q: 56804 89882. 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N, .s J 6,, , V Front row: left to right: C. Roberts, Hale, Rollow, H. Roberts, Slaner, Reed, Iohnson, Otjen Second row: Harrison, Hodges, Cooper, Addington, Shutler, Morgan, Inglish, Sherman, Peller, Chandler EDITORIAL STAFF BUSINESS STAFF SUE ADDINGTON . . Office Manager MARVIN IOHNSON . . Associate Editor BILL OTIEN . . Advertising Sales Manager LEON STILLEY , . Photography Editor DON NIEMANN . . . Advertising Assistant RAYMOND REED . Assistant Photographer MAX COOK . . . Advertising Assistant HAROLD TACKER . . Special Photography NORMAN SHUTLER . . . Advertising Assistant BEN BURDICK . . Organizations AL SLANER . . Organizations Sales Manager BILL INGLISH . . Sports CARL SHERMAN . . . Organizations Assistant IACK MORGAN . ROY A. HEFNER . HARRY ROBERTS BUD HALE . . CHARLES ROBERTS VANCE BRADFORD WAYNE ALLEN . ELEANOR LAIN . . . . Military . Military Photographer . Humor . Classes , . . Classes . School of Medicine . Humor Assistant . Humor Assistant IOHN CHAMPLIN . Fraternity Circulation Manager NORMAN REYNOLDS . Fraternity Circulation Assistant MARY IANE BROOKS . Sorority Circulation Manager PHOEBE IANE BOLIN . Sorority Circulation Assistant PATSY HODGES . Independent Circulation Manager MARY COOPER . CARL SMITH, IR. . BOB CATES . . . Independent Circulation . . . Make-up Pharmacy Sales BUDGE LEE . . Humor Assistant FRED PELLER . . Office Boy SPECIAL EDITORIAL ASSISTANTS CHARLES WERNER, Daily Olclahoman and Times Staff Artist: CECIL ROLLOWH LEONARD C. WARD, Detroit, Michigan . . Cartoons MEYERS PHOTO SHOP, Oklahoma City: LLOYD GATES, Tulsa . . Views WATTON PHOTO SHOP ......... . . Beauties O Page I35 4 X Q ,, A, A Q 4 fs 4 f f' " o 4909.400 ' Q ,fi ' I " f ff" ' 'f , :Ez " 'Q o"'.': COC Q Q 9 O O9 00090900000 9.009 OOO ' 00.00000 0 009900 .... . 99 ':1'2:22'24'r':':':g:':I:':2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:2:I:2:2:2:25zizrzrgrgtirgrg2:2-2'tw:Qt':Oz'z'z':':f:-20:-:f:1:2:2:2:!:-:':+:25:222232222:2:1:I:2:2:!:2:2'2'2:22.24431:1:!:2:22:2:?2:2:2:f:23!:I:!:!:2:2'2':':-:':2:2z1..: .'.:":: , , , , , , ,v o o,o Q o Q Q 44 4'.','.4,'.4,',0,50,0,0,0,f,0,0,f,o,4,0,o,v,o,0 v o o sho o'AV00'Q'o'Q'o'o'Q'o'o'o'o'4'o'o'Q'.'q'.','.',VJ ?,','.',',v,0,0,0,v 4 0 o'o'o o'v'o'.'q'.'.','.'.',',',Qw,50,0,0,4,0,0 0 o o o'o'q'Q'4',',0,' , , A fo o o o o o's'o o .8 8,0'v'f'0'v'o5'fo:gigQ'file'Q'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'Q'4:':':':'.',"9' "0'0'0'0'0'09'9'0'0'0'0'0'0'0'v'0'0'0:o'o'o'o'io':'o'v'30'o'o'o'40993za'"Ziff'O'0'0'o'o'o'o'o's'o'o'o'9'o'o'o'lo'q'.""0'4'0'v'o'o'o'o'o Q o o v o " ' 'V' Lett: Glen Bayless, Sa- I pulpag Editor First Se- nnester. Right: Millard Purdy, Oklahoma Cityg Editor Second Semester. THE OKLAHOMA DAILY EDITORIAL STAFF First Semester Second Semester MILLARD PURDY . . . . Editor GLEN BAYLESS ..... Editor GLEN BAYLESS Managing Editor HOWARD WILSON . Managing Editor IIM FLINCHUM . . News Editor ALVIN SMITH . . News Editor BILL INGLISH . . Sports Editor IIM FLINCHUM . . News Editor PAUL SINDERSON . City Editor BILL INGLISI-I . . . Sports Editor IANE THOMPSON . Society Editor PAUL SINDERSON . . . City Editor FRANCIS STILLEY . Stati Photographer BETTE LOU O'SULLIVAN . Society Editor FRANCIS STILLEY . Statt Photographer Front row, left to right: Wooderson, Mannen, Bayless, C. Smith, Flippin, Laughlin, Stilley. Second row: Thompson, Inqlish, Grinnell, Purdy, A. Smith, Sindersori, Third row: Tcrnt, Nelson, McVay, Amspacher. P a g e I 3 6 4' ' I lo ' f I 00. f ' ' ' 0 004 o no ooo I5 ooo'o'0 0 0 0 '0 !00000 ' ,V ' f 000 ' 00 0 0 00 oo. 00 000000000 00oo0ol00'00o0000000'00'0000'0"' ' 0 fo 5'0"'0"' 0"0"" 0 '00 0 0 ' '90 0 0 000 006000000000 000000000004 OQOQOCUOOCQQOOCOOOOOOOOQ O 0 0000900000 9 Q il.Q,O,Q,QAQ-QAQAQAQAQYQF.-.L.L.-.AA...A. A., QQOOQQOQOOOQOOQQQQQQQQ... QQOOQOClOQOOOOQOOQQQQg...,...., ..Q..QQOO....OOOOOOCQOOQOOOOO0.000000100900000 COO 0 .0 - .0.or0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.033.0.4.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0,0442.291,Q,14.0,0,0,1,2,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,o,o a.o,q.o,0.0 Q Q I0 0 0'0'0'.'.'.',0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,o,0.0.o.0.o.0,o,o.0,0.o,0,o.o.s,o.o,o.o.ooo00.o.o,o.0.q:.:g:.:g:.:.:.:q,4.o,q 1 I , 1 A l : 1 i if ' l 5,23 if ' 4 5 Q BOB WOODEHSON CALVIN MANNEN HERBERT FLIPPIN CARL SMITH DAILY ADVERTISING MANAGERS "The Oklahoma Daily" is the student newspaper at the university. lt is published by the department of journalism with the aid of students in the school. Financial support is obtained through subscriptions and advertising from local and national business firms. National and state coverage is obtained from the Associated Press with which the "Daily" is affiliated. Campus and downtown events are reported by journalism students who serve as staff members or who take assignments as class and laboratory work. lt is a morning news- paper and is published daily except on Mondays and holidays throughout the school year. The summer "Daily" is issued in tabloid form. The editor, who is selected by the Publication Board on the basis of ability and experience, names the members of his staff. Advertising managers are selected and are under the direc- tion of the general manager of student publications. Beginning reporters are given an opportunity for actual newspaper experience in their laboratory and staff work on the "Daily," Profits are used in maintaining and keeping the equipment of the mechanical department up to date. Writing and publishing are done by stu- dents under the guidance of journalism faculty members. Editorials are written by students in the School of journalism with contributions from other individuals on the campus. A Faculty Forum has been maintained this year in which members of the teaching staff of the university express their ideas. An attempt is made to place special emphasis on students' problems. Many former students and graduates who have worked on the "Daily" are now holding important positions on metropolitan newspapers and many own their own publications. Through the "Daily," alumni subscribers, parents and university students are given an opportunity to keep up with campus events, as well as with state and national affairs. P a g e I 3 7 O I A f - A Q' , , f ' ' . . 1 I , X ' Q' ofa' 0 0 0 0 0 . .609 40.0, , , , , , ,O , y , 40, fQo 0 9:02 o o:o'o:o:o'o'o, o o o o 4 9 '06 0 0 35 fo o o'o I QS f 56' 0 0.0 0.0.0 0 0 0.0 0'0 4'o'o Q' ' ' ' 'Q' 'fo' ' Q 0 4:44.44 ooo oo 0 oo fbovoooo foooooo tool oooouQooooooooso o 3.22.21 . .26-243tgtgtgtgtgtgt-tfzqvgigigig233335gtgZgifigif!g!g2fZg!g.g!f2g!g2g2f!g2!g232'!g2'!'!g2'Z'!g2g!gZ'2g2'Z'I-2'2'92'ZQt-9202.20:Q:.:ZS122gIg!f2g!g2g2f!33:Ig2gt3232g2!g2g!g2'2g!'5If!'Z':Q2.2.2.3-3-3.3.3.3g.g.g.g.g.g!g2gZg.'2'.'. .'.'.gZg.g.'2" . ,, o oooo000.094.0000ooooeooooovooocoosoo000930o'o'oo'o'oooo'o0'o'v'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'""o""''0""000000006300'v'0'0'O'o'0'o'o'o'o'o'o''""""'00 00 0000000 ,,,,,,, 0, Q.,,,,,,,,,o,o,ooooavoooooaooovoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooonooo'o'o'o'oo'o'o'o'"""0""0000000000000O0oo00o'o'o"o""""'0000000000 obo ,,0,o,oooQoo0ooq,,0,0,0,0,0,o900099440oo9oo0ooooooooooooooooooooooooooovooo00Qo0o'o'o'o"g"''9"""""""00'0000000.00'0'9'0'0'o" """" 9.4.0 o o s o o o o.o,o,o,o o o A o o o o o o Q o ,0,o.Q,o,o,o,o,o,o,o,o,s,o,o,o,04.0.4 4 o o o o o o o o 0 o o o v 4 o o o o o o o o o o o o Q o o o o o s o 0 fy .0,0,0,0,0,O,o.o,o o 9 o o o o o o 4 o o o Q Q o 4 o o o o o 9 Q 9 4 Q 8.50.0 0,0,0,4,0,o, ,Q o o o s 4.0 98, . , , , , , 0 4',0,:,:,:,v,0,o,o,o,o,o,o o o o Q o o 0.0 of 0.0 o o o o o 0'Q'fo'o'o'o'o'o'o'Q'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'4:q'.',',','.',03,0.0,0,0,0,v,0,4,o,o.o,o,o,o,o.o.o,o,Q:ozo:o:o:o:o:o:o:o:q'Q'q'q'.50,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,o,o,o,o.o.o.o,o.o.o,o,o,o.o.o.o,o' THE COVERED WAGON EDITOR Wayne Allen, Erick, has served as Editor of the Covered Wagon for the past year. Last term he served as Managing Editor. Other activities include Iazz Hounds, Checlcmate, and SOONER Staff. His social iraternity is Delta Tau Delta. STAFF WAYNE ALLEN ....,... Editor BILLY CARR . . Business Manager, Eirst Semester WAYNE VERNON .Business Manager, Second Semester HARRY ROBERTS ..... Managing Editor WAYNE ALLEN ASSOCIATE EDITORS ELEANOR LAIN BUDGE VAN LEE WEBB BENHAM IACK CHANDLER BETTY LARIMORE NORMAN POWERS ASSISTANT EDITORS PAT MARTINEAU ROXANNE PLUMMER KENNETH HARRIS ART WALKER PATSY PATTON MARTIN CASSITY ANNA NELL ROBERTS FASHIONS BETTE NANCE BETTE LOU O'SULLIVAN ART IOHNNIE PARRISH BOB SPRADUNG BILLY CARR BUSINESS MANAGER Billy Carr, Cushing, served as Business Manager oi W the Covered Wagon the tirst semester. Last year he served as Sports Editor. Carr was on the Wrestling team in the ll8 pound class tor three years and Won the state championship each year. Other activities include the Advertising Club, Camera Club and "O" Club. He is a member oi Alpha Sigma Phi. Wayne Vernon, Medford, took over the duties oi Busi- ness Manager ior the second semester. Vernon enrolled in the university tor the tirst time this year. He is a junior in the school oi journalism. 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Q if,0,0,0,0,0,0,v,0,0.0.04.0.0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 0 0 0 0 0: '0'0'0'.','.',',4,0,0,0,0,v,0,03.0.0.0 0.0.0 0 0.0 0.0 0.0:0.0:0.0.0.0.0 0.020 0'0'0'0'0'0 0' '0'0'0'0'0'0', 3 S' ' '0 ' :,: Y 0 000 0 00000 0000000 00000000000' " 0 0 0 0000000 0000000000 000 ' 0 , 0000000000.0.0.0.00.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0 0 . .0..0.g.0.4.q...4.,.,.g..g.10 fl? . Front row, left to right: Allen, O'Sullivan, Anna Nell Roberts, H. Roberts, Patton, Lain, Van Zant. Second row: Spradlinq, Cassity, North, Nance, Lee, Benham. The Covered Wagon is the official humor magazine of the University of Oklahoma and is published monthly during the school year. Historically, the first issue, then the Whirlwind, was issued in May, l92l, when it was published privately. The following year it was adopted by the Publication Board and became a part of the student publications. The magazine was suspended by school authorities during the second semester of lQ25 because of censorable material contained in the january issue. The next fall publication was resumed and it was issued continuously under the name of the Whirlwind until l935 when it was changed to the Covered Wagon. General supervision of the Covered Wagon is exercised by the Publication Board. The Editor is selected from the eligible candidates by the board and the Business Manager is chosen by the General Manager of Student Publications, subject to approval by the board. Candidates for the positions of Editor and Business Manager must have served for at least seven months in a major staff position and must have the recommendation of the present Editor and Business Manager. The editorial and business staffs are chosen solely by the Editors and Business Manager from members of previous staffs and applicants for positions. A systematic plan of promotion of staff members according to merit has been adopted this year. Campus pep organizations, the jazz Hounds and the But-Neks, this year carried on a cir- culation contest in getting subscriptions for the Covered Wagon which proved highly success- ful. Also this term a "Duchess" contest was sponsored by the Wagon with the winning posi- tion going to Miss Darlene Moore, Oklahoma City. The staff has instituted a new program for the Covered Wagon by encouraging more help from faculty members and from students in schools in addition to those in journalism. The Schools of Letters and of Art have made valuable contributions to the publication this year. A new stress has also been placed on poetry and photography. The Covered Wagon is a contributor to College Humor, along with similar humor maga- zines, and in turn uses material appearing in College Humor. Favorable comment has been given the Wagon this year by College Humor and Esquire. The magazine is financed through the sale of subscriptions and through national and local advertising, which is sold by the business staff. Page I39 ' . I f"y I ' ,, ,. ffv, ' ,," 'fu '2',0,',4 ,Q 686. ,, ,O ' ' ' o o4'ooloo8o'o - oo Q 0, ' ,, Q ' xv, ,0, ,,0,,,,v,,v, o of ' w 't ,Q , . 353.-+, .,.:.Q,.''fgzgz3:g:gzg:gzgqzgzgzggg3333,323:g:g.,.g:gt5gg.5g.gg:ggzggzgzgzgzgzgzgzgifzgzfzggzgzgxg:gg.5252xg.gzgazgzgzgff:gzggzgqziz-:2:22:Ir!:3:3:3:2:22522fzizffffiz225:2:25:221:2'.'I3:f:3:3:2:2:2:2:!:2:':22:2:2:2:2: Q , , , , , , , , ,'.',0,4,0,Q,o,Q,o,o.o,o o Q o 4 o o o o'o'o'o'o'o'6'q'q'g 3.9.0,50,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,o,0,o,o,o3.o,o,o,o,o.o,o'o,o.o,o,o,s Q o o Q 0 o o Io .',',',0,O,0,0,o,o,o,o,o,o,o,o.o,o 4.0 of o 0 Q Q o Q o o o'o'Q'4'4'q','.'.',0,0,',0,0,0,0,Q0 0 ooo .oooooooooooo4,,9,v,o,oooooooooooooooooooooooQooooooooooooooooooooooooooo'o'o'o'o"'""""9'90'0000000'00'v0'0'0'0'""""' 004000000 cafe' 'O'0'0'0'v'o o 4 fig' ' 0 ':Q0:0!0fo2vfofa!ofo' ' 'sfo'.'.','."'.'.a'.','.'0'.'.''','5.""':""'00.4.""""30'0'0'0'0'O'0'0'Q'o'o'o'o'4'o'o'o'fo'o'o'o'o'o':':':':':'.'.q'."'.'."0'0'0'0'0'0'0'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'o'.':':':'.'.'.""0':'0'0'o'o'o'o'o'o'o':'o's'o'o' wif THE SOONER MAOAZI NE TED BEAIRD ROSCOE CATE THE O. U. ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ln the oil fields of Venezuela, the mission outposts of China, on the Metro- politan Opera stage, in the United States Senate, under the floodlights of a movie set in l-lollywood, and buried in obscure but important scientific labora- tories, alumni of the University of Oklahoma are achieving great things. Whether it's making life brighter by intelligent entertainment, or adding to the store of knowledge by writing good books, or pointing the way to badly needed social and economic reforms, O. U. graduates are in the forefront of the march of civilization. Keeping up with alumni achievement all over the world is one of the functions of the University of Oklahoma Association, the official organization of alumni and former students of O. U. The "Sooner Magazine," published each month by the Association, presents the success stories of outstanding alumni, in addition to carrying a large volume of personal news items, and telling the alumni what's happening on the University campus. Since a year ago, the Alumni Association has been an independent or- ganization, paying its own salaries, free to establish its own policies. This independence, coupled with an aggressive policy of speaking up for the Uni- versity when any emergency arises, has given the Association new influence and prestige. Several radio broadcasts from Norman, arranged especially for alumni, also have helped stimulate interest of graduates of the University during the last year. Anyone who has attended the University as long as one semester is eli- gible for full membership in the Association, which costs 553.00 a year and in- cludes subscription to the "Sooner Magazine." Life membership costs 9560.00 T. M. Beaird, '2l, is executive secretary of the Association. Roscoe Cate, '20, is editor-manager of the "Sooner Magazine." 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' ' ' .?.'.9:9:':':'!i020:0:0 !o2420f0'0'020f:I:2:2: :':':':0'0'O'0'0'0 0'0'0 0 0'0'0'0 ',':':':':':'z"0'0'0'0'0'0' '0'0'0'0'0 '0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0 0'0',':':':':" ' ' 0 0.095 0 O X .241 HOMER HECK OKLAHOMA MEMORIAL UNION BUILDING THE OKLAHOMA MEMORIAL UNION The Oklahoma Memorial Union is the center of student activities on the campus of the University of Oklahoma. lt houses the Union Cafeteria where meals at reasonable prices are served, and where the students meet through- out the day for cokes and coffee, the recreation room with pool and billiard tables and bowling alleys, the beautiful lounge, around which the student activities program is being developed under the direction of Miss Margaret Anne Gessner and a staff of student assistants, the Woodruff room and the English room, two beautiful new dining rooms, the offices of the Alumni Asso- ciation, the Union ballroom, scene of many gay campus partiesg the Y. M. C. A.-Y. W. C. A. offices and lounge, many student activity rooms and student organization offices 5 apartments for faculty members g and the offices and stu- dios ofthe University Radio Station WNAD. ln one or another of the facilities mentioned here, a great majority of the student body participates in activities during the year. The employment of Miss Margaret Anne Gessner by the University to serve as Director of Activities for the Union is the beginning of the realization of an ambition long held by the management of the Union to provide for the student body a comprehensive program of social, cultural, and recreational activities. ' Plans are under way for an early completion of the few unfinished por- tions of the building in a style in keeping with the beauty of the new lounge. Mr. T. M. Beaird is manager of the Union and Homer l-leck is assistant man- ager. The cafeteria is under the management of Mrs. Lola Lomax. The foun- tain is managed by Mr. Ned Leach. Mr. William Owen is manager of the recreation room, and Miss Emma Lee Massad is in charge of the news stand. Miss Mae Rice is financial clerk. ln addition to these and a few other full-time employees there are more than 85 students employed in carrying on the vari- ous functions of the Union. P a g e I 4 I , , , 4 . - - 0 0 , ' ' ' f , ' , 306' ' 3' 0 ' 0 I ' f' ' 0 0 ' 0 '0' 0 I0'0' '0'0' 0 0 0 ' 0 '0 4 4880 0 0 '0'0'0 05 6 0'0'?0 0 0'0 '0 4.0, ,0.0 0 0 '0 0'0'0 0 0,00 0 00l0004 ,00000 0 00 0000 ol 4 I0 '0'000'00'00000'000'00'0000000 f00000o0 I 0000001 080000 000000000000 0 0 00000 000000 -'f'Y'f" ' 1E2f!f21:f:"2:2:2''""2:2:2:2?:f52:I932:12-:fi2:2:2:Sir2:2:2:':2'1511:2:2:!:2:f:!:I:2:1:2:2:2'"I:Iz2:22:25"z2:2:222352532f232f'f2f:f:f:!:2:52:2:!:2:2:2:2E1:2:2:1:1:2:2:2:I:2:"':-".-'f!3"I+t3""."-:' . 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IOHNSON PATIENCE SEWELL PROFESSOR 1. I-I. CASEY HERBERT VAN ZANT ALVIN SMITH ROBERT TRIPPET Dean D. B. R. lohnson was made Dean of the School of Pharmacy at the university in 1919. He was granted a Ph. G. degree at Valparaiso in l906, his B. A. there in l9l4, and his Master's from Oklahoma University in l9l8. Dean lohnson has been student publications adviser for several years, and has taken an active part in the formation of fundamental policies and rules governing the SOONER YEARBOOK. D. B. R. 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Left to righl: Trippet, lohnson, Van Zant, Herbert, Smith, Casey, Sewell. PUBLICATION BOARD The Publication Board performs the function ot supervising the official publications of the university. lt is composed oi three faculty members and four student representatives, one being chosen from each ot the various publi- cations. A representative is selected by the board from the SOCNER YEAR- BOCK, the Oklahoma Daily, the Covered Wagon and from Publications-at large. The board selects the editors ot the publications, basing the selection on a merit system with scorings on scholarship, activities and actual experience. The business managers ot all publications are chosen by the General Man- ager ot Student Publications, Cecil Brite, subject to the approval ot the board. At the time the board was created on lanuary 28, l9l5, its powers were limited, and it was composed of only tive members. lt was expanded in l926 to nine members, and its authority greatly increased so that now it is the gov- erning body in the student publication affairs of the university. P a g e I 4 3 ' f 31 f' , . f - ' I ' , " 1 If 4 ,f IN 1,1 1' 'Xxx T x 1 ,,f X . ". 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BEAIRD ALVIN SMITH HELEN ANDERSON lt was for the purpose oi operating the mechanical department ot student publications that the Publications Board created the lournalism Press, lncor- porated, on lune l, l93O. lt is in charge of printing the Oklahoma Daily, Covered Wagon, and the Student Directory. The board is composed oi four faculty members, and a representative each from the Publication Board, the Men's Council and the W. S. G. A. The directorate of the Corporation is interlocking with that of the Publication Board, giving the latter complete control over it. Students are employed by the board to Work in the University Printing Shop. Mr. Charles Tant is in charge of the mechanical department With Mr. Cecil H. Brite, General Manager of Student Publications, as supervisor of ad- ministrative Work. Professor lohn H. Casey assumes the duties of secretary oi this board and of the Publication Board. 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Treasurer DON LESHER, President "We consider the fraternity responsible for a positive contribution to the primary functions of the colleges and universities, and therefore under an obligation to encourage the most complete personal development of its mem- bers - intellectual, physical, and social." This creed, part of the constitution of the National lnterfraternity Council, constitutes the foundation plank in the platform of their chapter at the Univer- sity of Oklahoma. Membership in the Council is made up of two representatives from each of the member fraternities. Duration of office and qualifications of members are left up to the individual houses. ln order to relieve political pressure on the Council, the administrative branch this year was assumed by Don Lesher, not a member of the Council. l-leretofore, the president had been elected by the group and taken from one of its members. 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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL MEMBERS Kappa Alpha Phi Delta Theta IOE GRANT IACK BURNS BOB KLINE HART WRIGHT Beta Theta Pi Delta Upsilon EARL BROWN ED PETERSON IOHN TIPPIT DAVID LINEBAUGH Kappa Sigma Phi Gamma Delta HERMAN RUSCH BOB GRADY MARVIN SNODGRASS BOB TRIPPET Sigma Nu Alpha Tau Omega IOHN KING ARTHUR ELLSWORTH GEORGE STEIN IOHN MCMAHAN Sigma Alpha Epsilon Pi Kappa Alpha CLYDE PATRICK GEORGE RIEEE DOUGLAS BAKER IOHN BROWNE Sigma Chi Phi Kappa Psi IIM HEWGLEY C. M. BECKETT M. S. DOUGLAS RHYS EVANS Phi Kappa Sigma GORDON WILBUR LIONEL EDWARDS ,, r ,Page I4-7 . 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Qgf, ooofWQQ5 fdqozzpg, o oooo o ooJNNh5 oooo oo JVBQfQJB ?9QN?QQQQ5 ooo.4vnp oo o .o."o'o . ...OO if oog 5 o 0 O O ooo O I O.. oo n'Qo if o 'Ho - o o o 5 oo o' 'O 5 3 oo 2" I V o.o .oooo O ...Q dvi GQQJJP o.o. S A55 QQQQI oo oghg . 'Wig of oooo ,o.o. o o a JB: f', ooo o . 5 o o oogfk . .O o ' Wk o oo W o o og- . O.. Q. dW5Woo QQX So gf t 4 ooo :2:2.':':2:2"' o fvvaafodb t A x t x X X X X x 7 X X 1 X x X Top row, left to right: Allsman, Bates, Bettes, Bradley, Chadd, Davenport, Delhotal, Ditson, Doughty, G. Elliott. Second row: F. Elliott, Evatt, Harris, lvy, Kidd, Lange, Lewis, Long, Mason, McAlister. Third row: McComas, F. Mitcham, G. Mitcham, Moore, l. B. Morgan, I. L. Morgan, Morter, Pazoureck, Rogers, Schefte. Fourth row: Schuler, Shutler, Stevens, Swann, Tresner, Williams, Woodard, Young, Zimmerman. ACACIA The Acacia traternity was started by members ot a Masonic club formed at the University ot Michigan in l895. On April 30, l904, the group decided to make it into a national fraternity, and Acacia was in- corporated under the laws ot the state ot Michigan. At present there are thirty-three active chapters in the organization with a combined membership oi over l0,000. The government ot the national frater- nity is vested in a grand conclave com- posed ot delegates from the chapters and meeting biennially. The local chapter known as the Okla- homa Masonic Club was organized in l9l4 as a petitioning body ot Acacia. When the United States entered the war many of the members enlisted, and it was not until l92U that the Oklahoma chapter was chartered into the national organization. Mrs. R. D. Rood is serving her third year as Acacia hostess. Prominent actives oi Acacia are CHARLES DELHOTEL, outstanding Fresh- man in the School ot Pharmacy and mem- ber ot the Freshman Football and Wres- tling Squads, HUGH KTDD, Toga, Rho Chi and Phi Delta Chip WALTER SCHEF FE, Rho Chi, Phi Delta Chi, Galen and Winner oi the Galen Award as Outstanding Phar- macy Student in l937. Page I48 Fil-St Semester DAVI HAM - . ELLIOTT , . VI. Pregiden WA . I U lcegregideni Sen-lesge l KEN LEW - 1' GT FRAEETH IEREEZ ' U ELLIOTT -A-H ' Vie President ,hm HAR ' ' . egresident 'MW RY A M A ecfei OSCAR LLSMAN EMBERS ' TIQGSUUTY ANDERSO UND Ter --W, N SEY MASQ N IAC DAXEDBIQEES B G ABLE ' . D Y EELSOSQEXTPQRT RAN UGH D EH M Eigigig MCCEASLEQER JACK HE HARI-,A V N JOHNSON MRS. R D . U RGOD AN GUY E I. L F LLIOTT gig' HAIEELS SHN L Mo I-EY HN ' BGA KENNE IVY IA V' MO N T CK BGA H TEREMIA JEAN MORTER N H H PAZO DEL BE P EX PHELPSAJRECK LYLE DHTEES LEDGES HARO ON N LD ACK FRANK EVATT EUG SCHULE R MAX RSVEEESAM KX-CIEN1-?QgS11lEIVEN EIL W ER BEN Y OODAR OUNG D WALT ER NORMANSSEEFFE TLER HU VICEIEIEIDD H ARRY I-ANGIE HOWARISAMBERT LEWI S SPR EENNETH Q-JILING A-NLE ANN CARL ZEVIXQLLIAMS RMAN 5 V' Xust a Sump across the campus, a stohe's throw trom the corner, and practrcatty' ho atstahce X at ah trom the Detta Gamma house. One ot the most hotahte ot the brothers ts hone other QL than Norman Shutter. 'Yhts worthy, hotrehf past hts twenty-thtra year, has atreaay made a home tor htmsett as the out-steepthqest mah th the Sehtor tow ctass. 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" ' ' " "' ff "f'!0'lII' 'I'lll 'IIi0'h'IIf.'fI""" 'f f .. , I , 00 00,00,00Vl!i l"I,, ' 0'0 0 0 'fllfq 0 0 0'0'0'f0 if f ' iliilfii ::.'.'::::'.g. 0?ff0'f 'Q 0 gnfgts : fwwt- ' 'Q554W' Q0 0 0 0 I0 0 0 0'f0'f0'i!f 0 0 0 0'0'f0'0'0' '0' ' ' ' ' """14'1'W3'1Q?Z'. ' ' 'lli0?'0'I0'0 0 bvfaak' 0 0 5 3 Top row, left to right: Berry, Butt, Carr, DeHoas, Everett, Gross. P 1 , Pierce, Prescott. Third row: Saclcett, Smith, Stephens, T fnsend, Van Allen. Second row: Hickman, Kilgore, King, a mer ALPHA SIGMA PHI Alpha Sigma Phi was founded at Yale University in l845 by Louis Manigault, Stephen C. Rhea and I-lorace S. Weiser. At first it existed as a sophomore society whose members went into the junior and senior societies as they advanced in school. Due to some indiscreet pledging, a dis- pute arose between Delta Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Delta Phi and Psi Upsilon. These societies held meetings of their member- ships in Alpha Sigma Phi and expelled the opposing factions. To end the dispute, Yale University abolished Alpha Sigma Phi, but not until the effects and rituals had been safeguarded. In i864 Yale read- mitted Alpha Sigma Phi under the name of Delta Beta Xi. This was later changed to Alpha Sigma Phi. The local chapter of Delta Kappa Rho fraternity petitioned Alpha Sigma Phi in l923 for admission and was accepted as the Alpha Alpha chapter. Mrs. Irene Rattaile, whohas been chap- ter hostess for two years, came to Norman from the University of Illinois where she was hostess at Alpha Delta Pi sorority. This year's actives include: STEVE KING, Interfraternity Council, Men's Coun- cil, St. Pat's Council, Engineers' Club, Ruf Neks, A. I. M. M. E., S. A. E., Newman Club, Petroleum Engineers' Club and Geological Engineers' Club, LOUIS BARNETT, Past President of Chapter, Interfraternity Coun- cil, lazz I-lounds, Engineers' Club, RICH- ARD SACKETT, lazz l-lounds and Varsity Cheer Leader, BILLY CARR, Varsity Wrest- ler for three years. Page l50 OFFICERS First Semester LOUIS BARNETT . THURMAN CONREY I. P. EVERETT . . I. D. MCCOID . Seco STEVE KING . . OWEN TOWNSEND RICHARD SACKETT I. D. MCCOID . nd Semester MEMBERS LOUIS BARNETT LEO BERRY THURMAN CONREY GLEN DeHAAS I. P. EVERETT MARION HICKMAN C. M. KILGORE . President Vice-President . Secretary . Treasurer . President . Vice-President . Secretary Treasurer STEVE KING I. D. MCDOID DOOLEY MALLORY I. I. PIERCE RICHARD SACKETT ED SMITH OWEN TOWNSEND .,., A -V C A -me-WW? I ,,5,gp...,. Fw-nv' LOUIS BARNETT MRS. IRENE BATTAIL PLEDGES COOPER H. BUTT DALE PRESCOTT FORREST GROSS IOPPRE STEVENS MABRY PALMER WALTER VAN ALLEN s CI . CUP VIQQ 6 , Q Y e IO GH f Ou See th I Q beans. ha N OT and Y X ,ls Oi stmfl Cm? PAP X f N X do X 0 - O ' ,ng me iron U They eC1 mmm. BIIW iter enterl jx-K1-SO-.pan ' GX C1 mm . Q ' he X-95 G OU mem- Wm be WYCSIXQY .uf-1443i . U to Y He W umrw OtteC3C fQ'g 1 'WT tmer- tc1SS'C due C 'wzv-.M rf 4' 6. 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QQ'Q f ' I ' 'Qfw'Q'QQ' Q Q.'E'Q?:Q:Q,'Q,Q!QflQ:. of 'Q,QQ'Qf!Q,, I I Qi 9 Q, Q, Q, ':Jaw4'Q'4309Q"Q":'f4f"f?'fWQ"Q' ' ' 'f "Q 'lx 1 Q Q QIiQiQIQ:Q'Q.'JQ:!QfQ'0Q2Q QQ!! " 'Q ' f ?IQ1'i QQ .Q-:fbi-:I-ef-:Q-we-'-:J-:fQ:Q0'QQ I Q -'-Q - of , Q 0fq big QQ. af, Qfgfpq Qfq of, of. Qf. of. Q f , ,- cf J , ' Q ' 'Q 'iQ 'IQ 'iQ 'iQ 'iQ 'Q Q 'Q'Q 'IQ 'Q' 'Q 'IQ ' f A Q IQ Q Q QQ'i'Q QQ . -Q n'Q"Q'3'iQfi'iiQ! 'Qih 'i'ifQ 'IQI 'Q' 'QQ 'iQ'QiQ"Q' :Q'Q.'Q' . Q . . 0 '67 ' V Q Q 'fQ'::'f': Q"Q'Q.'Q .'f'fQ if Q f Q Top row, left to right: Balyeat, Boke, Boyd, Caswell, Chandler, Collier, Decker, Dilling, Duskin, Elliott, Foster. Second row: Gilley, Givens, Hill, Hisey, Hubbell, Hunter, Huser, Jacobson, Iohnson, King, Knight. Third row: McConnell, McBrayer, McGee, McMahon, McVay, Mesch, Missildine, Musser, Neill, Newton, H. Nunn. Fourth row: R. Nunn, Palmer, Parrish, Pearl, Reece, Schefiler, Smith, Walker, Weston, Wright. ALPHA TAU OMEGA Alpha Tau Omega was the first Greek- letter college fraternity founded after the Civil War. It was established at Richmond, Va., on September ll, l805, with the first chapter at Virginia Military Institute at Lex- ington. The first twenty chapters were in the South. In l88l the first northern chapter was chartered at the University of Penn- sylvania and within two years fifteen chap- ters in northern schools had been estab- lished. Deploring the sectional prejudice that prevailed in the county following the Civil War, three young confederate sol- diers projected the fraternity on a national scale with the ideal of binding men to- gether in a brotherhood based upon the principles of friendship. There are ninety-four active chapters, in- corporating a total living membership of more than 35,000 men. Qklahoma Delta Kappa was founded on April 2, l93I, absorbing the local Zeta Tau. Mrs. Franklin Dupree Appleby has been hostess for the past eight years. Gutsanding men on the campus are AR- THUR ELLSWQRTH, Pe-et, Phi Eta Sigma, Presidents Class, President of Pi Sigma Alpha, Delta Sigma Rho, Skeleton Key, Senate, Thalian, Rostrum, Y. M. C. A. Cab- inet, Interfraternity Council, Dad's Day Award, Basketball Squad in l937-38, and Past President of Alpha Tau Qmega, RICH- ARD GILLEY, Past President and Treasurer of Phi Eta Sigma, Iunior Phi Beta Kappa, Presidents Class, Pe-et, Senate, Delta Sig- ma Rho, Pi Sigma Alpha, Checkmate, Skel- eton Key, Kappa Tau Pi, Phi Delta Phi, OTTO SMITH, Kappa Tau Pi, Eta Kappa Nu, Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Lambda Upsilon, Phi Kappa Phi, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet, A. I. E. E., A. S. C. E., Senate, Glee Club and En- gineers' Club. Page l52 WILLIAM MUSSER 'QQ'QQ'QQ'IQ'IQ"Q'IQ QQ' Q' QQ'QQ' Q'lQ' , 'Q"Q"QQ' QQwwQ-QQQ'Q:Q-QQ'-ffm-:Q-QQQQ'Q'-:ww-Q'-QQ' QQQQQQQQ: Q OFFICERS First Semester AFF, 4 ARTHUR ELLSWORTH ..... RfeeIeIeHI .-Ve I A IOHN ALBERT MeMAHAN . . vIee-RfeeIeIeRI I I O. GIVENS .... . Secretary , ,V , f A IGI-IN HUNTER ....... Treasurer , VJV,,, 52 Second Semester ,ffm ' i f' JOHN ALBERT MeMAHAN . . . President I 'ziz' 'I , I O. CIVENS .... . vIee-RfeeIeIem 2-f I I CHARLES NEILL . Seeferery , I, I I JOHN HUNTER ..,. . Treasurer ., . I MEMBERS A I RICHARD ASKEW I. R. MCBRAYER Z EDWARD ARN HENRY LEE MCCONNELL TACK BARBOUR IOHN MCMAHAN 755 2. MARSHALL BROWN DONALD MCVAY ,ff ALFRED CASWELL MARVIN MESCH " 'W TACK COLLIER IACK MISSILDINE , ,Z IEROME DILLING DELMAR DUSKIN WILLIAM ECKES ARTHUR ELLSWORTH WILSON EVERTS CLARENCE FOSTER RICHARD GILLEY I- O. GIVENS LEONARD GOODE SAMUEL HILL WILLIAM HUBBELL IOHN HUNTER LEE IACOBSON HALLOCK IOHNSON CHARLES NEILL WILLIAM NEWTON ARTHUR ELLSWORTH MRS. ,FRANKLIN DUPREE APPLEBY OTTO NORMAN PLED-GES HARRY NUNN RUSSELL BALYEAT DONALD KING ROY NUNN GAIL PALMER VJORDEN PARRISH GEORGE PEARL RALPH REECE BILL DEEDS BOYD FRED GAYE GORDON HAYSLIP MITCHELL HILL CHARLES MCDONALD ROBERT NORMAN DEE PICKARD IOHN SINGLETARY TACK HISEY IOE STAEDELIN IOE REID U. v. IONES DON UTT HERBERT SCHEFFLER LEQNARD WALKER ORVILLE SMITH OTTO SMITH TIM HUSER DAN KNIGHT IOHN K. WRIGHT HOWARD WESTON WILLIAM WALDROP CIQTLGUG-' ff GUY 5 ff ""' f SI TOY' IS moll I IX CUTS I X O. 1 I 4, C is Tusk Y 50,5 ODU- mes. KGB . cj- 'Q WOT WYXQU Kd WVU Oi the IDLLXX 65 In The TOY COU' . 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T- Y' X 'O 'Q Top row, lett to right: Askew, Baker, Bailey, Barber, Bassett, Berry, Boddy, Brooks, Brown, Camp, Campbell, l. Cook, W. Cook. Second row: Cubbison, DeLana, Dexter, Ellinghausen, Pord, Port, Frantz, Galbreath, Gibbons, Gibson, Gotwals, Hadsell, Hale. Third row: Hart, Hastings, Hull, lohnson, Kelly, A. King, I. King, Kite, Knapp, Luttrell, McCracken, Meeting, Melburn. Fourth row: Ozmun, Parmenter, Prentice, C. Roberts, H. Roberts, Robertson, Root, Saunders, Schaller, D. Smartt, E. Srnartt, Smith, Spradling. Fifth row: Sykes, Tankersley, Thompson, S. Thomason, B. Thomason, Tippit, Walker, Weber, Wheatley, C. Wilbanks, O. Wilbanks, I. Wilson, W. Wilson. BETA THETA PI Beta Theta Pi was founded at Miami Uni- versity, Oxford, Ohio on August 8, l839. lohn Reilly Knox was the promoter of the organization, which was the first fraternity to originate West of the Allegheny Moun- tains. Beta is the oldest member of the Miami Triad. There are eighty-nine chapters of the organization throughout the United States and Canada. The local Beta chapter, Gamma Phi, was J founded in l9U7 as the third fraternity on the campus. Mrs. Ora Parks of Tulsa came to the chapter as hostess in the fall term of l937. Betas of note on the campus include: IACK LUTTRELL, Phi Eta Sigma, Bombar- diers, Scaloard and Blade, Skeleton Key, Checkmate, Pe-et, Debate, Phi Beta Kappa and Rhodes Scholarship Winner, IOHN H. TlPPlT, President's Class, Pe-et, Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Kappa Psi, Delta Sigma Rho, Sigma Alpha Phi, Rostrum, Debate, Phi Beta Kappa and Band 5 EARL BROWN, Phi Eta Sigma, Bombardiers, Scabbard and Blade, Senate Club, President's Class, Phi Sigma Alpha, Ruf Neks, Associate Editor of l937 SOONER, Phi Beta Kappa and Y. M. C. A. Board of Directorsp BEN L. ROBERT- SON, Skeleton Key, Bombardiers, President of Bombardiers, President of Scabbard and Blade and lazz l-lounds, lOl-lN DELL HAD- SELL, Phi Delta Kappa, Kappa Tau Pi, Phi Mu Alpha, Glee Club and Phi Beta Kappa. Page I54 HORACE CALVERT C. S. SYKES . ARTHUR KING . EDGAR BODDY . EARL BROWN . ARTHUR KING . ARCH PARMENTER ROBERT DRAKE . OFFICERS First Semesier SAMUEL ANDERSON CLYDE ASKEW ALBERT BAILEY GUS BAKER GEORGE BARBER WILLIAM BASSETT WEBSTER BENHAM CHARLES BERRY EDGAR BODDY EARL BROWN HARLANFRED BURCH HORACE CALVERT BENSON CAMPBELL IOE BEN CHAMPION SAMUEL COLEMAN RICHARD COOK DWIGHT DAVIS RAYMOND DAWSON DAVID DE LANA HAROLD DEXTER IOHN DRAKE ROBERT DRAKE DENNY FITZGERALD GERALD GALBREATH WILSON GIBSON CHARLES GOTWALS IOHN DELL HADSELL . . . . . . . President . Vice-President . Secretory . . Treasurer Second Semester . . . . . . . . President . Vice-President , . Secretory . . . . . 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The purpose of the organiza- tion was to protest against the domination in college affairs of the small groups form- ing the secret societies. The group was known as the "Anti-Secret Confederation" until l859 when the name Delta Upsilon was adopted. There are sixty-one active chapters with a membership of approximately 25,000 yo' U PSILON Delta Upsilon has the distinction of being the oldest national fraternity on the cam- pus of the University of Cklahoma. The local, Delta Pi, was organized and a char- ter granted in l927. Mrs. l. B. larrell, Humboldt, Tenn., be- came chapter hostess in l929. Outstanding men on the campus are BEN S. Hllrl., President of Delta Sigma Bho, Pe- troleum Engineers' Club, Tau Beta Pi and Togag ED PETERSON, Chapter President, Skeleton Key, Scabbard and Blade, St. Pat's Council, Sigma Tau and lnterfrater- nity Council, BILL MCBBISCN, Past Presi- dent of Delta Upsilon and President of Skel- ton Keyg HM l-IANING, Congress Club, League of Young Democrats, Bombardiers, lazz Hounds and Scabbard and Blade, MCCCY EWEBT, Past President of Delta Upsilon and Past Vice President of Skeleton Key. Page 158 OFFICERS-Both s . eInesterS ED PET L D ' WALD ' AWSQN ' F, M O L' GROSSM IR. . ' - Pregid .REYNQLDS I AN - Vice-Pre .dem ' H . S1 ent , - Secretq ' Trecrgurry 91' IOHN A . 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Second row: Graham, Grant, Hershey, Hewitt, Hoover, Hubbard, Iohnson, Kline, Lanclt, Linton, Mannas. Third row: Mayhall, McBee, McCampbell, Miller, G. Newton, W. Newton, Porter, Rails, Shaw, Shields, Shirley. Fourth row: Simms, Smith, Steen, Stevenson, Swanson, Tindle, Vernor, West, D. White, G. White, Wood. KAPPA ALPHA Kappa Alpha was founded at Washing- ton College, now Washington and Lee Uni- versity, Lexington, Va., on December 21, l865. The fraternity was established with the idea of creating an organization to fos- ter and maintain the manners, customs and ideals of character and achievement of the old South. Washington and Lee, under the presi- dency of Kappa Alpha's Robert E. Lee, was considered the appropriate place for the inauguration of the fraternity. Although Kappa Alpha has more than 25,000 mem- bers, it has confined its activities to the south and no chapter is active above the Mason-Dixon line. After several months' existence as a local fraternity the petitioning body was granted a charter as Beta Eta chapter of Kappa Alpha in I905, being the first na- tional social fraternity on the university campus. - Mrs. Walter Long has been in Norman for fourteen years and has spent seven of them as Kappa Alpha hostess. Outstanding K. A.'s on the campus are RICI-IIE MILLER, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Skel- eton Key, Phi Eta Sigma and Iunior Honor Group: ICI-IN S. SI-IIELDS, S. A. E., A. S. M. E. and Engineers' Clubp WILLIAM FRED IOI-INSCN, Scabbard and Blade and Polop I. ERNEST BATSON, Petroleum Engineers' Club and Engineers' Club, EDWARD E. I-IUBBARD, Scabbard and Blade and Bom- bardiers. Page neo OFFICERS IBoth Semestersl IOE GRANT ....... President RICHIE MILLER . . Vice-President FRANCIS HUBBARD ..... Secretary CHARLES SHAW . . Correspondinq Secretary RAYMOND CLEMENT ..... 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Vice-President . Secretory . Treasurer LYLE NICHOLS IARVIS PIERCE ANDY REID IACK RIDDLE HERMAN RUSCH MARVIN SNODGRASS RAY SNODGRASS DICK SOPER RAY SNODGRASS MRS. G, W. TAYLOR WOODROW HUDDLESTON STREETER SPEAKMAN EARL HURD KING SPIIRRIER TOM HAWK ALAN ROBERTS IERRY JAMES CHILTON SWANK TOM HIGRLEY IACK ROWTON BILL LQRUE JOHN SWARTZ I-IARLAN KRUMME GEORGE SISLER GENE LEDBETTER ITHAMER TUTIIILL PHIL LISTEN SPARKS SKAGGS O. T. MCOALL HAROLD VAN HORN DICK LOY LYLE SMITH DON MCOAULEY CHARLES WANTLAND IAMES MCLEAN BILL VAN DYKE NOLAN METHVIN EARL WESTMORELAND BOB MCWILLIAMS STEWART VERCKLER VERNON MULLINS ANDREW WILLIAMS I. D. NANCE IODIE WILLIAMS BILL NEWMAN R. B. YADON PLEDGES BILL RICHARDS MATT ZOLLNER PHIL ALLEN CHARLES BRAKE RALPH BOLLINGER EDDIE CALVERT BOB CATES "1 MARK CATES BERYL CLARK MAYO DARNELL DORTON DAVIS GENE FLESNER .If IX ARRAY XO ad C1 new -mf-G I.. U. Gif' Q 2 MI ' mcg IO Ch ITOYYL ...QI-I Q S O Yeo- 'SA , . f be 4.- W he ccimpu end Wou Tietbfick I I7 . O . 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The expansion policy of the fraternity has been conservative with new chapters be- ing admitted only after definite entrance requirements have been met. There are now twenty-six active chapters of the na- tional organization with a membership of 3,500 Sigma Beta Tau Was organized on the campus as a petitioning body in l92l and was installed as lota chapter of Phi Beta Delta in l922. Mrs. Herman Levine, Phi Beta Delta host- ess, has been on the university campus for six years. Prominent actives are AABCN T. MESI- BCW, Chapter President, President's l-lonor Class and lnterfraternity Council, EBWIN ALPEBN, Thalian, Bombardiers, Phi Eta Sigma and Tuf Muggsp MTLTCN I. CCB- DCN, Past President of Chapter, lnterfrater- nity Council, Delta Beta Chi and El Modjii, LEON DAVTS, Tuf Muggs, Buf-Neks, Bom- bardiers, Vice President of Chapter and Vice President of Sooner Party. Page I64 0 'I, W I' 'I' EI' " 'II' OFFICERS First Semester AARON MESIROW . . . . President STANLEY WIENSHIENK . . 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F u h row: McNat Mill M n om r Mo re Na h Pow r r'n e o rt t, er, o tg e y, o , s , e s, P 1 c , Raffety, Rowan, Scott. Fifth row: Shepherd, F. Stewart, I. Stewart, Stone, Swan, Tagge, Thompson, Wegener, Williams, Witherspoon, Wright. Phi Delta Theta was founded at Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, December 26, 1848, by six students of the university. lt was organized with three principal objects, which are the cultivation of friendship among its members, the individual ac- guirernent of a high degree of mental cul- ture and the personal attainment of a high standard of morality. Phi Delt has absorbed several small fra- ternities dtfring its existence. National headquarters of the fraternity are main- tained at Oxford, Ohio. The official maga- zine of the organization is "The Scrol1". The local chapter, Delta Theta, was granted a charter by Phi Delta Theta on lanuary 2, 1918. Oklahoma Alpha has the distinction of receiving a charter of Phi Delta Theta in the shortest time of any pe- titioning body. Mrs. W. B. Abernathy, chapter hostess, began her fourth year on the campus last fall. Outstanding members on the campus are GEORGE THOMAS MONTGOMERY, Pres- ident of Phi Eta Sigma, Vice President of Senate, Men's Council, Chapter President, President's Class and lunior Phi Beta Kap- pa, l-lART WRlGHT, lnterfraternity Coun- cil, President of Administration Party, Trea- surer of Senate Club and League of Young Democrats, BlLL MARTlN, President of Pe- et, Skeleton Key, Accounting Club, Varsity Basketball and Tennis, BRYCE N. HAR- LOW, Phi Beta Kappa, Pi Sigma Alpha, Phi Kappa Epsilon, Phi Eta Sigma, Pe-et, Checkrnate, President's Class, Tennis Team, President of Graduate Men's Club and President of lnternational Relations Club, IAMES L. KlNCAlD, Bombardiers, Scabbard and Blade, Skeleton Key, Check- mate, lazz Hounds, P. E. Club and Chapter President. Page I66 0 Q D OFFICERS First Semester IAMES L. KINCAID . KENNETH K. CARPENTER . . DOUGLAS MCKEEVER . IACK W. BURNS . . Second Semester GEORGE MONTGOMERY .... KENNETH K. CARPENTER . . DOUGLAS MCKEEVER . IACK W. BURNS . . MEMBERS WENDALL BEVAN BILL BODLEY SAM BOWMAN GEORGE BROWN IACK BURNS BOB CARD KENNETH CARPENTER IOHN CHAMPLIN FRED CHAMPLIN CLYDE DAVIS IOE DAVIS RAY DOWNING BILLY FREEMAN BERKELY GIBBS RUFUS GOODWIN IVOR GOUGH EARL HADADY President Reporter Secretary . . . . Treasurer President Reporter Secretary . . . Treasurer ROBERT KLABZUBA ED MARSHALL BILL MARTIN HM MCCALLUM ALEX MCCOY DQUGLAS MCKEEVER IAMES KINCAID MRS. W. B. ABERNATHY XEEQRMMSXEFTRY GEORGE HOWARD FRED THOMPSON GEORGE RIONTGOMERY BEN HUTCHINS DICK WEGENER BOB MOORE BYRON B. IONES ION T. WILLIAMS IAMES L. KINCAID ED WITHERSPOON WV-SON MOORE HART WRIGHT NORMAN NASH ROBERT PRINCE PI-EDGES BILL RAEEETY MAYO BOWEN, IR. 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' !0'0V0'0'0'0'. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 '0' '0'0'0'0'? 0' ,f0.0.0.0,0,0 0'04'0' ' '090 '0'0'0WQ':' Q X' www. 000000 . +:f:Q:-axgxoz a:.:g:':-fm .00 ,0 040' Qzgzifwoo. X O 4' .v a smgtge. X .,9o,0, 00. ,K zgfQ!?2:I:" X 2:'3,:2'2:2.. 6.43502 X .mea Third row: Gramlich, Gurley, Heffner, Hippard, Hoge, Hopper, Howard, Hubbell, Knox, Looney, Lampton, Lowry, Charles Martin. Fourth row: loe Martin, Matson, McBrayer, Milam, Minnig, Musgrave, Nagel, Otjen, Pischel, Byron Ramsing, Thor Ramsing, Roark, Roop. Fifth row: Rose, Ross, Ruppert, Bill Shipley, Bob Shipley, Smith, Strong, Trower, Tway, Walker, Wheeler, Wiecks, Wilcoxen. PHI GAMMA DELTA Phi Gamma Delta was founded in "Port Armstrong", a dormitory of letferson Col- lege, Cannonsburg, Pa., on the night ot April 22, 1848. A constitution was adopted May l ot the same year, which is recog- nized as Founders' Day of the fraternity. The patronage ot leiterson College being largely from southern states, it was natural that expansion should be in the South, and eleven ot the first sixteen chapters organ- ized prior to the Civil War were located in southern states. Atter petitioning tour years, the local tra- ter as Nu Omega chapter ot the national fraternity on March 4, l9l7. Mrs. Alma Aultman has been chapter hostess for the past eight years. Outstanding actives are BOB TRlPPET, Phi Eta Sigma, vice president and trea- surerg lunior Phi Beta Kappa: Bombardiers, secretaryg Senate Club, presidentg Presi- dent oi Phi Gamma Delta, President's Class, Scabbard and Blade, Y. M. C. A., Skeleton Key, Checkmate, League of Young Democrats, Rui-Neks, Publications Board and SOONER Statt l937p THOMAS EDWARDS MATSON, Sigma Gamma Epsi- lon, Bombardiers, lazz Hounds, President's Class, Men's Council and Student Activities Trust Fund Committeeg PRED B. AURIN, Phi Sigma, Alpha Epsilon Delta, Skeleton Key, Scabbard and Blade, O. U. Polo and Riding Association and Chapter Secretaryg GENE CUNNINGHAM, Bombardiers, Kappa Kap- pa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, Phi Eta Sigma and Band 5 GRANVILLE WALKER, Alpha Epsi- lon Delta, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Mu Alpha, Bombardiers and Band. Page l68 OFFICERS First Semester BOB GRADY . . ........ President WATT MCBRAYER . . Corresponding Secretary FRED B. AURIN . . Recording Secretory MAX PISCHEL . ......... Treasurer , ., or Second Semester ' BOB TRIPPET .....,... President GLEN HOGE . . . Corresponding Secretory FRANK FINNEY . . Recording Secretary WARREN FINLEY ........ Treasurer MEMBERS DOYLE ALEXANDER DAN ALMEN RALPH ASBURY FRED AURIN GLENN BAYLIS BILL BROSSEAU IACK CHANDLER R. D, CLARK DAVID COOK G. S. CORBYN GENE CUNNINGHAM OTIS DANIELSON BILL DAVIS DON DOW BOB ECTON DICK FENTRESS WARREN FINLEY FRANK FINNEY CHARLES FULLLENWIDER FRANK HOWARD LUCIUS HUBBELL BILL LOWRY C. F. MARTIN IOE T. MARTIN THOMAS MATSON MAX MINNIG WATT MCBRAYER DON NIEMANN MAX PISCHEL CLAUDE ROARK LOUIS ROSS GENE ROOP BILL SHIPLEY BOB SHIPLEY HAROLD TAFT ED TORIBIO BOB TRIPPET TOMMY TROWER L. W. GOUDY BOB TWAY CLIFTON GOVAN G. I. WALKER R. L. GRADY A. T. WHEELER GLEN HOGE DON WILL MAX WIECKS PLEDGES LOUIS ABNEY MAURICE LAMPTON BILL BENDER BOB LOONEY BOB GRADY BOB BONNELL CARL CRITES IOHN CRUTCHFIELD RAY GRAMLICH IOHN GURLEY IOHN HATCH HARRY HEFFNER BOB HIPPARD IOE HOPPE CHARLES KNOX MRS. ALMA AULTMAN TOM MILAM BOB MUSGRAVE W. I. OTIEN TOM ROSE GEORGE RUPPERT I. C. SMITH BILL STRONG ANDY WILCOXEN ALEX NAGEL BYRON RAMSING THOR RAMSING Budd dgncy X6 x W 51 QU? ei we pie 1:1155 G C iDoI A K LCY9 G-yy QU. A- had PA mbef D 'I in Com? TOO 39619 Qyerl ieC9 Ie Hume' back' Ices Gnd W o Wager? . I mei-Y cgi ATO Some , grub Hospiwmy 5 Oiimq msd may milder Yin NMDA rbxlffi' G QQ TOO bg eir Clnnua I adn I Q durmq me SC I I n don I' lximen -ron IOL I YG IXNODI TGKSKG dclncg is .'..:'Q4'Q t. 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Q QQ Q9 Q'iQ0.'Q0.Q qh'qQ'qO QQ , 1 .-zlfahaf-:wa-:wr-.'wqI Q I' Q 0. f'iQ 'IQ 'IQ OIQ 'iQ3QQ:lQ,'I0iI0 'Q I , , q Offbfq big Ugg Ofq big fly Q, Q . Q 0 Q 0. of! f 77 , . P r" 'fQf'iQi3'i0"iQif'l4'lf'l "lf ' I f Q0 Oxy Q Q 'Q Q0bQ'0:'Q"Q'O!Q' IQ 0 - 2 ' of' Q Q Q 0 Q' Q Q Q Q Q .QQfl4'I4'Qi?:?'Q'0Q1Q:??Q'Q' "Q" ' ' X """::""" "L """"' " X 'Q 'Q Q' ' .,.gfzz,,g'g.-. Top row, Zeit io right: Bateman, Beckett, Brehm, Collins, deMeules, Doss, Egolf, G. England, V. England. Second row: Fuller, D. Halley, I. Halley, P. Halley, Hudson, Hoover, M. Iohnson, T. Iohnson, Law. Third IOWS Maloney, McClellan, McCracken, McKenzie, Midgley, O'l-lornett, Parham, Peoples. F th P t S d St t Turner Wilson our row: or er, an s, Sooy, Stephenson, Stockton, uar, , . PHI KAPPA PSI Charles P. T. Moore and William H. Let- terman were doctor and patient respec- tively during a typhoid epidemic in the years preceding the Civil War, and the comradeship that arose between these two men was responsible for the founding of Phi Kappa Psi. The original chapter was established at Iefferson College, Canons- burg, Penn., in l852. Due principally to the efforts of Tom Platt, the fraternity has expanded until it has fif- ty-two chapters With approximately 22,000 members. Oklahoma Alpha was instituted on Octo- ber 9, l920, after having been Kappa Psi, a local organization formed for the purpose of petitioning PhiiKappa Psi. The hostess, Mrs. Isabel G. Sands of Houston, Tex., has been with the chapter for three years. ' Phi Psis prominent on the campus are GEORGE ENGLAND, Phi Delta Phi 5 IAMES HEWGLEY, Iazz Hounds, lnterfraternity Council and Associate Editor of the l930 SOONEPL P. I. MALONEY, Skeleton Key, lnterfraternity Council and Rui-Neksg RAM- SEY de MEULES, Iazz Hounds, Bombar- diers and Past President of the Chapter. Page l7O OFFICERS ' - First Semester IIM HEWGLEY ....... President . ' P. I. MALONEY ..... Vice-President u MARVIN T. IOHNSON . Corresponding Secretory A. V. PEOPLES .... Recordinq Secretory WILLIAM G. MIDGLEY .... Treasurer QW" Second Semesier WILLIAM G. MIDGLEY .... President A. V. PEOPLES ..... Vice-President MARVIN T. IOHNSON . Corresponding Secretory IOI-IN I-I. HALLEY . . . Recordinq Secretory P. I. MALONEY ...... Trecrsurer - MEMBERS ICE RATEMAN HENRY HUDSON C. M. RECKETT MARVIN T. ICHNSCN JERRY BECKETT I, H, TED IQHNSQN IIM REWCLEY MRS. ISABEL C. SANDS SAM BILUNGS DUN KUHN GEORGE TURNER RISK THOMPSON CARTH CAYLCR IOHN LAW HOMER G. WILSON RAMSEY DE MEULES P. I. MALCNEY CHARLES DoSS ICE MCCLELLAN PLI-:DGES GEORGE ENGLAND BEDFORD MCKENZIE NEVILLE BREHM IIMMY TANDY HoovER VICTOR ENGLAND C. C. 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Second row: Harlow, Henderson, Hess, Hey, l-lotze, Kirkendall, Lewis, lames Maltby, Robert Maltby, Milbourn, Neill. Third row: Neptune, Newbern, Pace, Patrick, Pearson, Pipkin, Powell, George Riffe, Gerald Riffe, Sawtelle. Fourth row: Sheedy, Sinderson, Stacy, Vahlberg, Varvel, Wallace, Iohn Wheeler, Robert Wheeler, Wright. PI KAPPA ALPHA Pi Kappa Alpha was founded at the Uni- versity of Virginia on March l, l868, by five veterans of the Confederate Army. Tradi- tion says that the actual conception of the fraternity took place at Virginia Military lnstitute shortly after the battle of New Mar- ket in which the cadets of the institution took such a memorable part. The five, finding themselves in Virginia after the war, wished to perpetuate their friendship. Cut of this friendship has grown a fraternity consisting of seventy-six chapters with more than 22,000 members. Pi Kappa Ornicron, the local fraternity, petitioned the national order and was granted a charter on this campus Septem- ber 24, l920. Mrs. Iames E. Pershing has been house- mother of the chapter for the past sixteen years. Outstanding actives include: DALE VLIET, Chapter President for the fall semes- ter, President of Phi Delta Phi and of Toga, Skeleton Key, CLYDE PATRICK, Chapter President for the spring semester, Treasurer of lnterfraternity Council, lnterfraternity Council, Congress Club and lntramural Board, PETE SMITH, Varsity Football, All- American end on the New York Sun's Foot- ball Team and Member of the West Team in the New Year's Day Classic, lOl-IN WHEELER, lazz l-lounds, Skeleton Key and Phi Delta Phi, HUBEBT GIBSON, Skeleton Key and Ruf-Neks. Page I74 Y OFFICERS First Semester R. DALE VLIET ....... President SI-IELDON CROCKER . . Vice-President ROBERT MALTBY . . . Secretary IOHN M. WHEELER, IR. . . . Treasurer Second Semester CLYDE T. PATRICK ..... President 11531-Q.. 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Treasurer MEMBERS IOHN KAYSER HERB LADD MERCER LAMB TRIMBLE LATTING MURPHY LENTS ED LINDSEY IOE LOVE CARTER LUTES STEWART MARK NED HOLMAN MRS, RENE STONE JESS MCDONALD ffgKMN?g?2lXN GLENN EDWARD HESS CONIER SMITH, IR. BILL NUCKOLLS CHARLES HETHERINOTON DON STONE IOHN OVERTON DICK HOLLAND VINCENT STEPHENS MICKEY PARKS I. B, HOLLIS LEE WARREN STONE SNOWDON PARLETTE H. H. HOLNIAN BILL WALLACE HENRY REAVES NED I-IOLMAN VICTOR WALLACE DAVE REED JOE HULL JIM WALLENDER IOHN REEVES BART JONES BILL WATKINS NORMAN REYNOLDS DICK IONES WARREN WHITE DOUG JONES SEITZ WHITT STAN ROBSON IIM ROGERS IOE SCANNELL M. B. SCHOFIELD CLARKE SELMAN IIM SKINNER N Af . R 'zl A LE if: 'Q , , ., DON WRIGHT I I , ,Mil 75 9 b , W If YA X Quay OI ,X , O I ,F Cifd XY -, ,I . bgdf- Y . pie H 4 I 119 ,: 1, I. Ik LY om Ten I Haw 9 G U he most W G II'I'IIe W C1 bdikekbok . efone Oi I I . may have I Kerr pw! mpxer WHS . 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An employment placement bureau is in operation for the placing of graduating seniors in their chosen fields. The local chapter, Sigma Alpha, was es- tablished on the university campus on May 22, l92O. Mrs. Elizabeth Page returned this year as house mother after an absence of several years. Prominent active members include: ROBERT SWESNIK, Tau Beta Pi, Sigma Gamma Epsilon, Oklahoma Academy of Sciences, A. I. M. E., Engineers' Club, Geo- logical Engineers' Club, Camera Club, Iazz I-Iounds, ALEBED SLANEB, Vice-President of Buf-Neksg Iunior Honor Group, Congress Club, Polo and Riding Association and SCONEB Yearbook Staffp WILLIAM EELD- MAN, Banking Iunior Tau Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, A. I. Ch. E., Petroleum Engineers' Club, Engineers' Club and 1937 SOONER Yearbook Staff. Page I78 OFFICERS F- 1rst Semester W SIQEIAM FELDMAN WALEE MASSIE R KLEINMAN ' President . SGCI-eta TY Treasurer ,,.i,,9W,6 E Seco nd Semester 1 P AL RQFRED SLANER W BERT SWESN . A IK LTER KLEINMAN - President . 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Second row: Cheek, Childress, Charles Clark, Tom Clark, Davison, Edwards, Gabey, Hamilton, Haney, Hardwick, Harris, Hurst, Byron Iones, Olin lones, lohnston Third row: lack White, Leaming, Lendol Leach, Lillard, Lyon, McKinney, McNaughton, Miller, Morris, Morrison, Ben Owens, lack Owens, Painter, Pate, Phelps. Fourth row: Plott, Porter, Pounds, Powell, Reed, Rice, Richard, Robards, Roberts, Bob Robinson, John Robinson, Rogers, Sater, Scrivner. Fifth row: Shull, Sparks, Speakman, Stafford, Stautfer, Stegall, Stein, Stephens, Stewart, Voiles, West, Whelan, Wilson, Wylie. SIGMA NU Sigma Nu, originally called the "Legion of Honor", was founded at Virginia Military lnstitute in l869, as one of the Southern group of college fraternities. The fraternity was organized by three cadets to resist the oppressive measures fostered by another secret society. Sigma Nu's early national expansion Was directed toward the south and later to the West, entering the University of Kan- sas in l884. There are ninety-six chapters located in forty-six states and the District of Columbia. The local chapter, Delta Upsilon, was taken into the fraternity in l9U9, being the fourth chapter of a national college frater- nity on the campus. l-lousemother for the chapter during the first semester was Mrs. Sam L. Bowden, Little Bock, Ark. Miss lvo Wilson served the chapter as hostess for the second sem- ester. Prominent Sigma Nus on the campus in- clure: TACK BYBD, Scabbard and Blade, Sigma Tau, Tau Beta Pi, Delta Beta Chi, El Modjii,, and St. Pat's Council, lOl-INNY KlNG, Scabbard and Blade, Men's Coun- cil, lnterfraternity Council, Skeleton Key, EBANK HAMILTON, Phi Beta Kappa, Pe-et, Toga, Phi Delta Phi, Skeleton Key, Phi Eta Sigma, and President's Class, GEORGE STElN, Ruf-Neks, Scabbard and Blade, Senate Club, and Scholastic Chairman of lnterfraternity Council, TOM WHELAN, Tau Beta Pi and Sigma Tau. Page l82, b :W ' '!Q OFF ICERS-Both Semesters IOI-INNY KING ..,....... President I . GEORGE STEIN . . Vice-President ' ELMO SCRIVNER . . . Secreicrry HOWARD LODGE ..... . Treasurer MEMBERS M' DON ALEXANDER NATHAN ANDERSON CHARLES ATCHISON EVERETT BAGGETT MAURICE BAILEY GEORGE BECK FRANK BELL MORGAN BELL BILL BERRY BILLY BESON GEORGE BIXLER WALTER BLEVINS GLEN BRITT IOHN BUSBY IACK BYRD IACK CALLAWAY TOM CAREY MEDFORD CASHION ALEX CHEEK IAMES CHEW GAYLE CHILDRESS CHARLES CLARK DENVER DAVISON IACK DOLMAN H. H. EDWARDS RAYMOND GABEY EMORY GRINNELL FRANK HAMILTON DUB HANEY PENROD HARRIS EDWIN HURST IOHN IOHNSTON OLIN IONES HAL LEAMING HOWARD LODGE MARVIN LUME IACK MAIOR IACK MCNAUGHTON ARTHUR MORRISON IACK OWENS REX PAINTER IIM PATE CHARLES PHELPS BILL PLOTT PHIL PORTER HARRY POWELL IACK POUNDS MILLARD PURDY TERRANCE RICE CHARLES RICHARD BOB ROBARDS BOB ROBINSON IOHN ROBINSON IACK ROBERTS OTIS ROGERS MAX SATER ELMO SCRIVNER CHARLES SHULL ABBOTT SPARKS FRED SPEAKMAN ROBERT STAFFORD IAMES STAUFFER GEORGE STEIN OSCAR STEGALL BOB STEPHENS IOHN STEWART .... f IOHNNY KING MRS. 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Q s in 4 'lf'lv 'ifllhglr 'ia 'iv Oi: 'fo" Glo 'lol f 1' f E f 'ff' 'Qi' 'i - ., ' 11-0 'o"!r 'I0'Io UQQQQDIQ '!0'I0 'I 'Q' - ' fl 'l':'o"'0'a . V, ,o,,.,:,o,.o,.o .o,.o,.o,,q .n,'.a,I I A ,a,Q,ao,a ,of4og.o, 0 ffib 'Q 'Io 0. of. 0 Gfbfq 0 0. Ofq oy: 0. 0 . is 0. 1 'lo 5:01. 03. of. a, qbflvigbfqb ov.: .uno .spa yo a , gb .v.o'.u,.v. 4 n qv Q' 'NwQ?iQ!4i'?f'Iefgfaivwfhfz A if4'i'?l0.'0f4'f4'4:'e'Q:'fZ'?'WQo PAN-HELLENIC OFFICERS MARY V. GRAHAM . . President LUCIA IANE CLARK . . Secretary AVA MCWILLIAMS . . Treasurer The Pan-Hellenic Council, which was organized on the university campus in l9l2, serves as the governing body for all inter-sorority activities. The pur- pose ot the Council is to aid the sororities in the settlement ot their own prob- lems and to unity the interests ot sorority and non-sorority Women. The organization has charge ot the settlement ot all problems concerning sorority activitiesy making and enforcing oi all rules concerning rushing, pledging and initiationg and the sponsorship oi scholarship competition among sorority women. Two members of each sorority are elected as representatives to the Council. Page 186 , N u -.xXLf Fronl row, left to right: Boggs, Rapp, McWilliams, Clark, Graham, Carter, Taylor. Second row: Card, Boring, Gibson, Sharp, Hinshaw, Criswell. Third row: Winer, Gottlieb, Alexander, Beck. Alpha Chi Omega ROBERTA SHARP MARY V. GRAHAM Alpha Phi CHARLOTTE LEACH LUCIA IANE CLARK Alpha Xi Delta LUCILLE HINSHAW LUELLA CRISWELL MEMBERS Delta Delta Delta BETTY ANTHONY FRANCES FISHER Delta Gamma AVA MCWILLIAMS URSULA RAPP Gamma Phi Beta ANNA IO CARD HELEN BOGGS Chi Omega Kappa Alpha Theta MARY FRANCES FLOYD HELEN MAE ALEXANDER MONA IEAN RUSSELL HARRIETT BECK Page IS7 iff Kappa Kappa Gamma MARY GIBSON CAROLYN BORING Ph'i Mu DORIS TAYLOR EILEEN CARTER Pi Beta Phi BETTE LAMBERT ELIZABETH COE Sigma Delta Tau MILDRED WINER ETHEL GOTTLIEB Top row, left to right: Babcock, Blake, Bland, Cloughley, Cole, Dunc Fl y G ECOII 1'OW.' L1I'1 GF, O I'1SO1'l, OTXGS, II' OU, CII' l.H, C 9fI'OI'1 an, ourno , ish, Graham, Higgins. S cl H t I h I K t M t M F , Minnick, Moseley, North, Northcutt. Third row: Oakes, Patton, Pottorff, Preston, Priester, Schlaepfer, Sharp, Thomas, Willett, Wright. ALPHA CHI OMEGA Alpha Chi Omega was founded at De- Pauw University, Greencastle, Ind., on Oc- tober l5, l885. Objects ot the fraternity are to promote true sisterhood, to develop through personal eitort a high moral and mental standard and to advance apprecia- tion of the allied arts among its members. In l9ll, Alpha Chi Omega erected the Star Studio at the McDowell Memorial As- sociation, Petersborough, N. I-I., and its use is awarded to a creative worker in litera- ture, music or art, Whether the recipient is a member ot the sorority or not. There are titty-two active chapters with a membership of l6,25O. The local chapter, Psi of the national or- ganization, was granted a charter at the university on Ianuary I4, I9l6. Mrs. Iames I. McNeil, Cushing, came to the chapter this year as hostess. Outstanding actives are MARY VIR- GINIA GRAI-IAM, President ot Panhellenic, Phi Sigma, W. S. G. A. Cabinet and Vice- President ot the Chapter, MARIAN BAB- COCIC, Mortar Board, Orchesis and El Modjii, ELIZABETH PATTON, Secretary oi Y. W. C. A., Pi Zeta Kappa, University Players and Thalian, MARIAN WRIGI-IT, Alpha Lambda Delta and Chapter Secre- tary, VIRGINIA LEE MINNICK, Alpha Lambda Delta and Freshman Commission tor Y. W. C. A. 5 ALICE SCI-ILAEPPER, Presi- dent of Freshman Y. W. C. A., Correspond- ing Secretary ot Chaptertand Kappa Beta. Page I88, OFFICER S First Semester MORENE WARREN .... . President MARY GRAHAM . Vice-President ELIZABETH PATTON ..... Secretory DOROTHY GISH . . Corresponding Secretory IOY ELOURNOY ...... Tredsurer Second Semester DOROTHY GISH .... . President ELIZABETH PATTON . Vice-President MARIAN WRIGHT . .... Secretary ALICE SCHLAEPFER . Corresponding Secretory LOUISE KIRTON ...... Trecrsurer MEMBERS MARIAN BABCOCK WILABEL MARTIN MORENE WARREN MRS. IAMES I. MCNEIL IOE ELIZABETH BERG MARY E. MCEERRON LUCILLE BLUNK VIRGINIA LEE MINNICK ROBERTA LEE SHARP MORENE WARREN PEGGY CLOUGHLEY VIRGINIA MOSELEY WALDENE SLAGLE PATTY WILLET MARTHA L. COTHRAN MARGARET H. NORTH MARY F. 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'0 '0' '0 0'0 0 0' :+:2:+:2:':':':'zg: 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0,0,0,0,0,0 09,0 '0:0:0'0'0'!:0:0'0 20 0 0940 0 02' 0:0'0'i0'0'0'0 '0 0'0'0:0'0'0'0W A Top row, left to right: Ambrister, Austin, Colvin, Criswell, Goodwin, Ham. Second row: Lindsey, Longrnire, Lowe, Marler, Mullin, Smith. ALPHA XI DELTA Alpha Xi Delta was founded at Knox Col- lege, Galesburg, lll., on April 17, 1893. There are fifty-seven active chapters. The government of the organization is vested in the National Council and the Na- tional Chapter in convention which is held biennially. The chapters are grouped in geographical provinces with a president who handles the administrative Work of each province. Stressing scholarship, the founders of Alpha Xi Delta started a fund from which sums are lent to upperclassmen in order that they may complete their college courses. The local petitioning chapter, Xi Delta, was organized in 1919. With the help of Miss Belle Vickery, a member of the E ine Arts faculty, a charter Was obtained in 1921 as the Alpha Zeta chapter of Alpha Xi Delta. Mrs. Esther P. Griffin, hostess, came to the campus this year from the State College of Washington Where she was Pi Beta Phi hostess for two years. ' Outstanding Alpha Xi Delta's are LU- C1LLE 1-llNSl-lAW, President of Y. W. C. A., Mortar Board, W. S. G. A. Executive Coun- cil, El Modjii Senate, University Players, Thalian, Chi Delta Phi, Phantom Masque, Kappa Delta Pi, Pi Zeta Kappa, Pi Epsilon Alpha, Panhellenic, and Co-Chairman of State Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C. A. Council, MABY ANN LCNGMIBE, Alpha Lambda Delta and Y. W. C. A.: EBANCES AUSTlN, WNAD Pianist, Y. W. C. A. and Business Girls' Club, ALlCE MABlE MABLEB, Pan- hellenic, Y. W. C. A. 1-louse Council and Philosophy Club. 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':!00 . 000 '00 000 .wb 000 00 00 I .. 0 ' .. 1 Top row, left to right: Elizabeth Adams, Lois Adams, Anderson, Armstrong, Babcock, Alma Bell, Wilma Bell, Brawner, Burns, Bun,BudeL Cash Second row: Collins, Connor, Corp, Bryant, Dorr, Durham, Ehret, Elliott, Ensch, Fisher, Gilluly, Goldsmith. Third row: Grimes, Heidbrink, Holcombe, Geraldine Huddleston, Mart Huddleston, Iarrell, I-lundahl, Iesse, Johnson, Hirschi, Knkbnde,London. Fourth row: McDannald, McGee, McLaury, Murray, Myatt, Newsom, Phelps, Portwood, Price, Prigmore, Rice, Roberts. Fifth row: Russell, Shumate, Speyers, Stahl, Stuftlebean, Sweet, Toomey, White, Williams, Charlotte Wilson, Imogene Wilson, Winans, Woods. CHI OMEGA Chi Omega was organized at the Univer- sity of Arkansas, April 5, l895. The open declaration of Chi Omega is "Hellenic Cul- ture and Christian Ideals." Included on the program of the organization is a ser- vice fund, which is used to publish special research studies in educational, social, scientific and civic problems. There are ninety-one active chapters with a member- ship of 23,000 The local, Gamma Alpha Theta, became Epsilon Alpha of Chi Omega on the Univer- sity of Oklahoma campus in l9l9. The chapter house Was built in the spring of IQ37 and moved into the following fall. Mrs. Iosephine I-Ieyward, Chi Omega hostess since l932, is affectionately known on the campus as "Lady Io." Outstanding Chi Omegas on the campus include: MARY FRANCES FLOYD, House President, W. S. G. A. Vocations Commit- tee, Y. W. C. A. Council, Panhellenic and Sigma Alpha Iota 7 ANNA NELL ROBERTS, Covered Wagon Staff, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Sigma Alpha Iota and Publications Board l936, ELEREDA BABCOCK, Pledge Mis- tress, Vice-President of Ducks' Club, Y. W. C. A. I-louse Council, English Club, Alpha Lambda Delta and Mortar Board I-Ionor Classy MARY ANITA BRAWNER, Choral Club, Women's Ouartet, Y. W. C. A. fresh- men council and Alpha Lambda Delta, PEGGY WILLIAMS, Orchesis, Chapter Sec- retary, Playhouse, W. S. G. A., El Modjii and Y. W. C. A. Page I94 '. P . D 'W- OFFICERS MARY FRANCES FLOYD . . . President MONA IEAN RUSSELL . . Vice-President PEGGY WILLIAMS . . Secretary MILDRED MCDANNALD . . . Treasurer MEMBERS LOIS TUNE ADAMS LOUISE ADAMSON BETTY ANDERSON BETTY C. ARMSTRONG ELFREDA BABCOCK ALMA BELL WILMA BELL KATHLEEN BRADY MARY A. BRAWNER WYNEMA BURNS LORENE BURT IAYNE BUTLER IUANITA CASH IEAN COLLINS PATRICIA CONNOR CLEO CORP BARBARA ANN DORR AMANDA LEE DURHAM RAE MARIE ELLIOTT BETTY IO ENSCH PHYLLIS FISHER MARY FRANCES FLOYD ADALINE GILLULY MAYRE KAY GRIMES MILDRED HOLCOMBE MARY B. 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Lindsey, Lucas, Luikart, Lyons, Martineau, Mehew, Mersfelcler, Rodkey, Rozell, Russell, Sampson, Shelton, Shields, Stephens. Fifth row: Tagge, Margaret Thompson, Peggy Thompson, Martha Trosper, Rose Trosper, Turner, Wadell, Wallace, Warner, Weidman, White, Wisdom. DELTA DELTA DELTA Delta Delta Delta was founded on Thanksgiving eve l888, at Boston Univer- sity by tour members ot the class ot '89. They associated with them seventeen un- derclassrnen. The Trident, a quarterly journal, ap- peared in l89l on the third anniversary ot the founding and has been published con- tinuously since. Delta Delta Delta was the second na- tional sorority to install a chapter at the university. The local order Was accepted as Theta Gamma ot the national organiza- tion in l9lU. Previous to that time the local group had been a literary society, Theta Delta Rho. Mrs. Birdie M. Tagge has served as chap- ter hostess tor the last two years. Active members ot the chapter are HELEN ANDERSON, Mortar Board, lunior Phi Beta Kappa, President ot W. S. G. A., President ot Alpha Lambda Delta, Presi- dent oi Entre Nous, Timber Cruisers, Or- chesis, Y. W. C. A.y ESTHER BLACKMER. Alpha Lambda Delta, lunior Women's l-lonor Class, President ot Galen, President ot Lambda Kappa Sigma, Secretary ot C. U. Ph. A., Panhellenic, Timber Cruisers, Thalian and Rho Chip CHRISTINE HOL- LAND, Gikonomia, l-lestia, Timber Cruisers, Racquet Club, Chapter President and Phi Beta Kappa, LORRAINE MILLER, Vice- President ot Alpha Lambda Delta, Theta Sigma Phi, Y. W. C. A. and lunior Women's l-lonor Class. Page I96 Rs OEFICE te' es sem L PES T idegt Preiidery . -Pferetger Vicesecasur . L L Tre NE I LA . . OE EE E - HBE? ET-NAESEY C H CE 0 EEEATSIIA D B RG V1 4 ' X ,Ad A L iden Pres SemeSLer L d . on SeC . NY HO Y ANT TT BE T . en Lwfiiqgi Vicegecasuf , . 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Second row: Hemphill, Hirschi, Hisel, Hodgson, Iones, McElWee, McGinnis, McHugh, Mclienny, McWilliams. Third row: Miller, Morgan, Myers, Neal, Northcutt, Patchin, Payne, Phillips, Pyle, Rapp. Fouth row: Sims, Slack, Stith, Templeman, Trout, vonUnwerth, Ward, West, B. Young, S. Young. DELTA GAMMA Delta Gamma was founded on Ianuary 2, 1874, at the Lewis School, Oxford, Miss. George Banta, Phi Delta Theta, helped the three founders, Eva Webb Dodd, Mary Comfort Leonard and Anna Boyd Elling- ton, to prepare the initiation ritual. The organization became international with the installation of the first Canadian chapter in l9l3. There are now four chap- ters in Canada. The local chapter, Alpha Iota, was ad- mitted to the national organization in 1918 after petitioning for three years as a local group named Phi Chi. Mrs. lessie Gray Van Dell, Bartlesville, has been with the chapter as hostess since September, l935. Outstanding actives of the fraternity are MARY LOUISE MCELWEE, President of the Women's Athletic association, Executive Board of W. S. G. A., Treasurer of Mortar Board, President of South Central Confer- ence of A. F. C. W., Racket Club, Dusty Travelers and Singles and Doubles Cham- pion in Women's Tennis of Arlcansasg UB- SULA BAPP, Secretary and Treasurer of Senior Classy BETTY LOVE IONES, Scholar- ship Chairman of W. S. G. A., President of French Club, Kappa Gamma Epsilon: BETTY BBADEN and MIDGE PYLE, mem- bers of Alpha Lambda Delta, MABGUEB- ITE PATCI-HN, Buf-Nek Queen. Page l98 OFFICERS-Both Semesters AVA MCWILLIAMS ..... President SHIRLEY YOUNG . . Vice-President DOROTHY SIMMS . . Secretary JUNE MEYERS . . . . . Treasurer MEMBERS ISABEL ARNOLD MARY JO BROCKMAN BETTY EDGINGTON ANN HISEL LUCILLE HODGSON BETTY LOVE JONES MARY L. MCELWEE AVA MCWILLIAMS OPAL J. 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Third row: Ford, Hardtner, Hardie, Hayes, Hayden, Healy, Heasley, Horne, Iohnston, Kearns. Fourth row: Kilpatrick, Lawton, Lininger, Love, Mabrey, MacDonald, McSpadden, Morell, Morrison, Phelps. Fifth row: Price, Prichard, Randall, Rayburn, Rowland, Rutherford, Smith, Stephenson, Stone, Vance, Wills. KAPPA ALPHA TI-IETA Kappa Alpha Theta Was founded at ln- diana Asbury University fnow De Pauwl in l87O. lt was the first Greek letter fraternity for Women, organized With principles akin to those of men's fraternities. Until l883 the government of the frater- nity Was in the hands of the Alpha chapter as were many other fraternity govern- ments. At this time it Was changed and is now vested in a Grand Council com- posed of the national officers. The local group, Eta Beta Pi, Was granted a charter as the Alpha Omicron chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta in August, l9lO. This was the first chapter of a Women's na- tional fraternity to be installed in the state. Miss lvo Wilson Was housemother until February, l938. The place is now filled by Mrs. George Willis, Oklahoma City. Outstanding actives include: MARIAN BECK, Chairman of Sorority House Council, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, Chi Delta Phi, Theta Sigma Phi and Mortar Board Honor Classy RUBY IANE DOUGLASS, University Sym- phony, Playhouse Orchestra, Choral Club, Secretary of Mu Phi Epsilon, Chi Delta Phi, Pi Zeta Kappa, El Modjii, Mortar Board Honor Class, Y. W. C. A. and Chapter Sec- retaryg ELEANOR BURTON, Mortar Board Honor Class, Mortar Board Plague, Rifle Team, Y. W. C. A., W. S. G. A., Big Sister and Ducks Club 7 BETTY LARIMORE, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, W. S. G. A. Council, Adver- tising Club, Alpha Lambda Delta, Choral Club, Covered Wagon Staff and Chapter Treasurer. Page 202 OFFICERS Z ' P First Semester DORELLA KINNEBREW ..... . . President BETTY ROWLAND . . .... Vice-President RUBY IANE DOUGLASS . . . Corresponding Secretary MARRIAN GRACE HARDIE . . Recording Secretory RUTH ANN MCSPADDEN ....... Treasurer Second Semester HELEN MAE ALEXANDER ....... President MARRIAN GRACE HARDIE . . . . Vice-President RUBY IANE DOUGLASS . . Corresponding Secretory HARRIET BECK . . . . . Recording Secretary BETTY LARIMORE ...... . . 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"This is the 'Cornerf Early in 1938, the untimely death of kindly Fred Swisher, proprietor ot its most popular establishment, threw a grey pall over the campus. Fred was one who sym- bolized mellow tradition to Sooner fra- ternity and sorority men and women, and it is for them that we dedicate this page to his memory." Page 2l2 E 5 F D! i 5 i e i 5 i F W i 2 2 W i i E F w .1 E 5 5 W 1 '- F, Y-,PQI ,,,,. ,U 5 , Q u',f',. ', ,A v 'ii' :I-s u 'P I P. -443 - x QA 'R -iii if-evf - F K, N33 ,SNP 1'v!.Li.2'M l 5 5 1 -1 fi ,f ww,-.-,M --'- - 2-. - - x J u .sw - in if '2- 5 at Se 55:08 qs 9' .x bg-Q lx s N Q 4 QNQ as x I 'N' in 5 N 5 N , : ' -124 fx in N . Vnssxx xxx is -. m J! ,s. 63 . xc' . Ni Q, T54 s -- f X X x x N, x x"' -s N Q , x. -.. '-'F -It ,'S1Cf4 U 1 , up , 5 y or " .HE yn 5 .. OWU? 4 Q maj an - I - ij ' ' , f f-ff ., . . . .ga n L 'xl ,Q 4 ' L 2. , I KH , ' 5, Q ex rf, - Y 1, J , 7 'ai , ' ' A. ' ip 1: 4, Q L. a . 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THE COACHING STAFF Oklahoma's coaching staff, man for man, is perhaps the best-liked corps of coaches ever assembled in Soonerland. lovial Tim Stidham, giant 230-pound na- tive Qklahoman, heads the group as direc- tor of athletics and head football coach. Stidham, who may well be called the "Houdini of middle-west football" after pro- ducing the best Sooner team in ll years in his first year, has been groomed under two of the foremost mentors in the nation- Dick Hanley, former Northwestern tutor, and Major Lawrence "Biff" lones, one-time Army foeman whom he succeeded here. ln his undergraduate days at Haskell ln- stitute, Tom Developed into one of the finest tackles in the country and performed with the West all-stars in the annual East-West charity classic in l927. He served as line coach under Hanley at Northwestern from 1928 to l934 before coming here to instruct lones' forward wall. Lawrence "lap" Haskell, who has coached baseball and freshman football since 1927, is Stidham's chief assistant. Haskell captained Benny Owen's l92l Sooner eleven from his end post and also was a three-year veteran on the diamond. Page 2I4 X All ix ,1 .fi :vw-no L .,....,,. , 4' Genial Torn Stidham, the giant native Oklahoman, Who has completed his first year as head football coach and director of athletics. The freshmen have been placed in the capable hands of Robert "Doc" Erskine, the bespectacled bachelor, who came in with the lones regime. Erskine was varsity trainer and pep coach at New Mexico Mili- tary lnstitute from 1921 to 1923 and assist- ant trainer at Louisiana State from 1923 to 1924, later becoming head coach of foot- ball, basketball and track at lesuit high school in New Orleans. He was brought here by Iones after a two-year stay as head football coach at Loyola University of the South, where he first served as trainer and minor sports coach. Like Haskell, Dewey "Snorter" Luster also is a university graduate who has re- Page 2I5 I . 4.9 ,- It ' :Jigs 1 I X L , B- i, , "1-Ls..w7Y1l ' - t?'f'24"'!i""gG5'c.:,ia I - 'n"Z.,2.v.--1 A: 1-Ulf.-' Q f'T1bliifZ3'g. -- z turned to his alma mater to coach. Luster, whose previous experience has been at Bixby and Norman high schools as well as the university, han- dles Stidham's backfield. He was captain of the 1920 Sooner team, which captured the Missouri Valley confer- ence championship. Frank "Spec" Moore, who devel- oped All-American Pete Smith, has re- signed his post as end coach to take a position with a Houston oil firm. Moore played blocking end under lones while the former Sooner headmaster was at Louisiana State, taking his first coaching job here in the fall of 1935. A valuable assistant is Harry 'lDutch" Hill, who aids Erskine with the freshmen. Hill was an all-Missouri Valley back in 1921 and won the Val- ley title for Oklahoma in 1920 with an 30-yard touchdown sprint against Drake. Hugh V. "Scotty" McDermott, whose fast-breaking Oklahoma teams have compiled an all-time percentage of .700, has coached basketball since 1922. McDermott, who turned out two undefeated teams and won the Big Six flag in 1928, came here from Shaw- nee high school. Any staff must have an all-round coach and Bruce Drake earns this dis- tinction by tutoring the swimming and golf teams in addition to his duties in the department of physical education. While in the university, Drake lettered in football, basketball and track. Paul V. Keen, the amiable sandy-haired wrestling boss whose teams have won the conference championship six times in the past nine years and took the national crown in 1936, has completed his tenth year as mat coach. Slender Iohn Iacobs has coached track since 1922. His teams won the Big Six out- door meet in 1935 and captured the indoor tourney in 1927, 1928, 1929 and tied for the championship in 1933. Altho he coaches tennis only as a hobby, Leslie Hewes has ushered the Sooners to 25 victories, two defeats and two ties in dual competition in his two years at the helm. McCullough Scores-Hugh McCullough smashes over for the first touchdown in the Sooner-Iowa State foot- ball game. Fred Ball, No. 48, cleared the path for McCullough. liggs Walker, No. 27, watches McCullough plant the ball over the doublebar. Capt. Al Corrotto, extreme right, views the proceedings. The Sooners won, 33 to 7. FOOTBALL Too much credit can not be given Tom Stidham for restoring Oklahoma to its de- served rank in Middle-Western football circles. ln his first year at the Sooner helm, Stidham produced one of the finest teams in the nation. l-lis squad, completely dom- inated by sophomores, dropped only two games. The Sooners finished second to Nebraska in the Big Six conference altho compiling the best offensive and defensive records of any league member. On a percentage basis, Stidham's Okla- homans possess the best mark made by a Sooner club in ll years. The varsity won five, tied two and lost two for a .7l4 per- centage. Oklahoma scored 98 points as compared with 39 for the opposition. No foe, how- ever, was able to score thru the staunch Sooneriforward wall. The six touchdowns scored against Oklahoma were made on forward passes, lateral passes or combina- tions of the two. That perennial weakness-pass defense Page 216 A x C., -- .yi I .x 'l A f Z ' r 'H V N 1 A it fi' X' if 1- Il 1 W 9' ,453 ww gli . 9 Q K 1- ,, X71 Q n. ' k 42? ,ar 1 '1 ,T ,.. asain, -. . X rx: K 1, Y if A -cost the Sooners their opener with Tul- sa's Hurricane at Tulsa. The Hurricane, tho gaining only l2 net yards from scrim- mage, registered two touchdowns in the final quarter to earn a l9-to-7 decision. Lit- tle Woody I-luddleston scored Oklahoma's touchdown on an end sweep early in the third period while Raphael Boudreau con- verted from placement to give the Sooners a short-lived 7-to-6 lead. Oklahoma hit the victory column for the first time the following Saturday when Rice, eventual champion of the Southwest con- ference, came to Owen field. A l3-yard pass from Quarterback lack Baer to End Pete Smith in the second quarter provided the margin of victory. The Sooners' over- Page 2l7 Top row, left to right: Baer, Parks, McCarty and Ball. Middle row: Gene Corrotto, Young, Al Cor- rotto and Walker. Bottom row: Huddleston, Smith and Rogers. aggressiveness cost them llO yards in pen- alties. Paced by I-luddleson, who alone account- ed for lOU yards from scrimmage, Okla- homa outplayed a stubborn Texas eleven in the thirty-second annual game of the two schools' 37-year-old rivalry, but was held to a 7-to-7 tie. Both teams scored in the sec- ond guarter less than five minutes apart. The Sooners staged a sustained drive of 46 yards for their lone counter, driving over finally on a one-yard plunge by Huddle- ston. Boudreau kicked the extra point. The Longhorns knotted the count on a 61- yard drive, scoring on a flat pass from Ioe Gray to Iud Atchison. Gray converted. Nebraska's Cornhuskers, w h o h a d X Q . x Nr A Becord Kick-lack Baer is shown kicking a 46-yard field goal against the Oklahoma Aggies here in the traditional Sooner-Aggie clash. Baer's kick is the longest field goal in the history of state football. The Sooners won, 16 to U. downed Minnesota the previous Saturday, were held in check at Lincoln as the Soon- ers knocked them from one end of the field to the other only to be held to a scoreless tie. Webber Merrell's accurate punting, coupled with the line's superb defensive performance, kept the Huskers inside Okla- homa's 40-yard line all afternoon. Though hC1flCliCC1P1O9d by a muddy ball, Merrell consistently kicked 45 yards. An attempt- ed 37-yard field goal by Boudreau with less than four minutes remaining fell inches short of the uprights. The Sooners were in scoring territory 13 times. A deflected forward pass off Earl Crow- der's arm cost Gklahoma the Big Six title the next Saturday as Kansas completed a "fluke" heave in the last three seconds to grab an undeserved 6-to-3 victory. The Sooners took the lead early in the first period on a 30-yard field goal by Boudreau but were weakened by the loss of Baer and I-luddleston, who were on the injury list. The 58-yard completion from l-lalfback Don Ebling to l-lalfback Dick Amerine left l5,0UO Dad's day spectators awe stricken. The Sooners jumped right back in the thick of the Big Six title picture in their next engagement, handing Kansas State a l9- to-0 defeat at Manhattan. After a score- Page 2I8 , ,ggi ' ,.,,gN3ws5r-1 M V- rf 4 c-, -,,-:V .n . ts ,,,A. .A nl. ,, 'FJ "1 J' ' .iq .W-gn E::k'.:', ,- ' 1X3iDf,.1:-Q2-1 ,,' -1: -A 1: .A W tl ,INT . I fi' -ill' is '1 f-VIL--f I , 5' -' 1L.j t ' 't - -3 " Q.. 1- f li., -,V ff -- ', ,, , v', fy. :mfg-5 .ggi i.-.As , I. iff:-2, 5, , In K t ,-f Top row, left to right: Crowder, Thomas, Cop- page and Duggan. Middle row, left to right: Stufflebean, Sey- mour, McCullough and LaRue. Anna,-ms. tar--M --M K ' '1 ' rr,... - it .. t it-,." fl? T ' - f'l' -t --- -' ' T ,, 3 r 3 wx 1 - 1- - . K wig.-VI . , , if 3' T i X Qg m - es., ,r" Q--Y-wb -- 4 ' 1 by Zsvfl' - J, Bottom row, left to right: Boudreau, Merrell o'-' and shifk. -:L "' ..,, 'A ' ,aff , ..' vat! r X ',, ,. .-, ,,t.. Mig ' A 1 wr," M ,' -, I .-,,, - K ,., . I. . . , 3 Ay ,N h 5 . Q. . U1 , ., ,, -.wx ,y ,L- less first half, l-lalfback Otis Rogers brought the fans to their feet by returning the Wild- cat kickoff 94 yards for a touchdown be- hind splendid interference. Smith's clever shuttling back and forth in front of Rogers protected the Sooner ball-carrier. Before the onslaught had ended, Baer and End F rank Ivy had crossed the last chalk-line. Baer punched over from the two-yard stripe while lvy took a short pass in the end zone from l-lalfback Hugh McCullough. Capitalizing on five lowa State mistakes, the Sooners strengthened their bid for sec- ond place in the Bfg Six by routing the Cy- clones, 33 to 7. The lowly visitors, the league's cellar occupant, warded off the Page 2l9 potent Oklahoma offensive in the first per- iod only to see the Sooners score almost at will in the three remaining periods. McCullough plunged over from the four- yard stripe to ignite the Oklahoma offen- sive after the Wildcats surrendered the ball on a fumble. lowa State tied the score shortly before intermission on a 38-yard forward-lateral pass from Fullback Gordon Reupke to Quarterback Everett Kischer to End George Bazik. Baer opened the Sooners' second-half at- tack by taking an lowa pass and racing 65 yards to score. Then Oklahoma uncorked a 72-yard march before I-lalfback Gene Oorrotto slipped over unmolested from the THE 1937 FOOTBALL SQUAD Top row, left to right: I. B. Manley, Webber Merrell, Otis Bogers, Howard McCarty, Capt. Al Corrotto, lack Baer, Woody Huddleston, Beryl Clark, Gene Corrotto, Nathan Stufflebean, Mickey Parks, Coach Tom Stidham and Backfield Coach Dewey Luster. Middle row: Pete Smith, Gilford Duggan, Boland Young, George Grace, lim Thomas, Hugh McCullough, Earl Crowder and Line Coach Lawrence Haskell. Front row: Student Manager C. M. Kilgore, Prank lvy, Bill LaRue, Balph Stevenson, liggs Walker, Fred Ball and Tom Short. five-yard line on a reverse. ln short order, two intercepted passes were turned. into touchdowns, Halfback Bob Seymour finally going over from the four-yard stripe and Pullback Crowder smashing over from the one after galloping 25 yards to set up the play. ' After knocking fruitlessly at the Missouri goal 59 minutes, Baer finally went over from the one-yard stripe to enable the Soon- ers to nose Missouri, 7 to U, at Columbia. Boudreau converted. The Sooners picked up l83 yards from scrimmage as compared with the Tigers' 70 and registered lil first downs to the enemy's five. The Sooner's arch rival, the Cklahoma Aggies, fell before the highly-geared Okla- homa offensive, l6 to O, here in the seasonal finale. Baer started the fireworks midway in the first quarter by kicking a 46-yard field goal to establish a new university record. y Again the Sooners proved they were a last-half team by tallying l3 points in this frame. ln the third period, Baer went over from the one-foot line and converted a mo- ment later. With the game drawing to a close, McCullough threw a short pass to Crowder who pranced 20 yards into the end zone. The game was the thirty-second in the traditional series. Superior teamwork enabled many Soon- ers to gain individual laurels at the close of the season. Smith was named on the first all-American teams of the New York Sun and the Kansas City Star while the Associ- ated Press named him on its second eleven. He was an unanimous choice for all-Big Six honors and also participated in the annual East-West charity game in San Francisco. Mickey Parks, 220-pound senior center, made the Kansas City Star's second all- America besides grabbing a Big Six post. I-le also played in the East-West game. Baer, End Waddy Young and Capt. Al Cor- rotto, halfloack, were other members of the team to win all-conference berths. Page 220 Top row, left to right: Marvin Snodgrass, Bill l-laugh, Ben Kerr, Bob Seymour and Harley Shirk. Middle row: Bay Caruthers, Roscoe Walker, lohn Grayson, Harold Crist and Gene Boop. Front row: Coach Hugh V. McDermott, Marvin Mesch, Capt. Bill Martin, Vernon Mullen, Sam Harris and lirnmy McNatt. BASKETBALL The youngest and perhaps the most colorful but least experienced basketball team in Sooner history, the "Boy Scats," established a new Big Six conference scor- ing record of 45.6 points per game, was nosed out of the conference championship by Kansas although handing the layhawks their first defeat on their home floor in three years, smashed all home attendance marks and shared the state crown with the Ag- gies, Missouri Valley titlist. Although only one veteran, Capt. Bill Martin, senior guard, was available at the start of the campaign, Coach Hugh V. "Scotty" McDermott produced another of his typical fast-breaking teams that was the terror of the midlands in winning l4 of l8 starts. Three starting positions were manned by Sophomores lirnmy McNatt, Marvin Mesch and Boscoe Walker. No one paid any attention to Oklahoma after it swept a two-game series with Tul- Page 22I sa's Hurricane at Tulsa to open the season. Even the lowly Texas Longhorns succeed- ed in dividing a two-game series with the Sooners at Austin in their next start. The fans couldn't believe the Scats rolled up lOl points in taking two engagements here with the Bice Cwls. O. U. 49-KANSAS 46 lt took a 49 to 46 victory over Kansas at Lawrence to convince even the most staunch Sooner supporter that McDermott had the makings of a championship outfit despite the team's lack of seasoning and a deficiency of height and weight. That night the Sooners were a scrapping bunch of kids who refused to guit fighting. D The Sooners trailed 24 to 20 at the inter- mission and by margins of eight points thereafter. This mattered little to them al- though their two starting guards, Martin and Mesch, were shooed to the bench on McNatt Scores-limmy McNatt drops in a one-hand pitch against the Oklahoma Aggies at Stillwater. Charles Kalsu, Aggie center, Cin free throw lanel, watches McNatt in dismay. Roscoe Walker, Sooner forward, waits in the corner with Aggie Dick Krueger for the rebound. The Aggies won, 38 to 37. fouls midway in the last half. Cklahoma fought back with a fury that enabled it to overhaul their taller and more deliberate rivals, crashing through to a permanent lead only in the final 30 seconds of the game. lt made sad music on the Iayhawk keyboard, their first home defeat in three years. OKLAHOMA A. 6. M. 38-O. U. 37 This was the spirit that was exemplified every time the Sooners took the floor. They fought to the last whistle even in their 38 to 37 loss to Coach Henry P. lba's Cowboys on the small Stillwater court after leading until the final 40 seconds. O. U. 48-IOWA STATE 26 Oklahoma got back on the right side of the ledger by trimming Iowa State, 48 to 28, in the first of three contests in the Field- house. The Sooners hit an even madder Page 2 offensive pace when they swamped Kan- sas State, 54 to 30, after rolling up 30 points in the first half. This stride felled Nebras- ka's mighty Cornhuskers, preseason favor- ite with Kansas, 50 to 43, before 5,347 spectators. NEBRASKA 52-O. U. 42 A bad night from the field humbled Okla- homa to a first-place tie with Kansas when the l-luskers, hotter than a shooting gallery rifle, spanked the Sooners, 52 to 42, at Lin- coln. The Mcllermottmen connected only l3 times in 80 attempts at the basket While Nebraska was successful in 22 of 52 tries. Page 223 Top row, left to right: Capt. Bill Martin, Marvin Mesch, Gene Boop and Vernon Mullen. Bottom row, left to right: Iimmy McNatt, Bob Seymour, Ben Kerr and Boscoe Walker. HUGH V. MCDERMOTT The Canny Scotch-Irishman, who has completed his sixteenth year as head basketball coach. McDermott's Sooner teams have an all-time percentage of .700. um 522 KM ml Eiiiiziifw nugifirw mxgiwhr mi Mzggqm '. ., x W .N ,M W nf ?MfN' 1 , 4 a 'vs I .N 'W' in """"4 We 1 ' - Q 1 n F F Ng. .I Q Q c MQ Nc ,mpwmf.w..f- Q gllnqsaxqgw VX,, 0 s 'e-9211" 'QQ vdpwx ,.., Mg K lt's mine!" Marvin Mesch, No. 22, claims the ball as do several Rice men in the first of a two- game series at the Oklahoma Fieldhouse. while the Sooners did all that was human- ly possible, trouncing Missouri twice and lowa State to end the season. Martin, Mesch and McNatt were placed on at least one all-conference team by leading midwest critics. Mullen and Walk- er always were included on the honorable mention list. Page 225 The Gklahoma record: Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Tulsa . . Tulsa . . Texas . Texas . Rice . Rice . . Kansas . . Aggies . . lowa State . Kansas State Nebraska . Nebraska . Kansas State Aggies . . Kansas . . Missouri . . lowa State . Missouri . . l6 29 3 32 4l l0 46 38 28 30 48 52 35 28 4l 39 32 52 Final 1938 Big Six Conference Standings Kansas '. . Oklahoma . Missouri . . Nebraska . Kansas State lowa State . . ..37 W L P . . 9 l 9 . .. 8 2 . . 4 6 . . 4 6 . . 2 8 C 00 800 400 400 300 200 Top row, left to right: Verlon Zoth, Dillard lackson, Ralph Boyd, Tee Connelley, Dale Simpson and Gene Stevens. Middle row: Coach Lawrence "lap" Haskell, lra Monroe, Warren Morris, Newton Guthrie, Louis Burtner, Eddie Beavers and Trainer Ted Owen. Front row: lohnny Hunter, lack Baer, lack Britain, George Twyman and Student Manager Leo Berry. BASEBALL Although Oklahoma compiled the best won-and-lost percentage of any Big Six conference baseball team, it was deprived of the l937 league championship by a tech- nicality. The Sooners, coached by Law- TGHCG "lap" Haskell, finished their loop campaign with six victories and one defeat while rained out of a two-game series with Kansas State at Manhattan but did not schedule ten conference games as re- quired by Big Six regulations. The protest was raised by Missouri, which declined to schedule the Sooners when Haskell opened negotiations at the Big Six council meeting in l936. Kansas agreed to send its team here to play the needed tenth game after the regular sea- son was completed but the offer was re- fused. ln non-conference competition, Okla- homa won seven and dropped four. The Sooners split a two-game series with Texas, which won its nineteenth Southwest con- ference title in the last 23 years, and Okla- homa City universityp divided a four-game series with the Oklahoma Aggies and best- Page 226 .Bild ed Central, Southwestern and East Central State Teachers colleges. Dale Simpson, sophomore outfielder, was the leading hitter of the team with a .385 average in l3 games while lack Britain, junior outfielder, compiled a .378 mark in l7 contests. Warren "Lefty" Morris, pocket- sized sophomore, paced the pitchers with three victories and no losses although Dil- lard jackson, junior righthander, won six and lost two, and Verlon Zoth, junior right- Fage 227 Top: lack Baer, junior centerfielder, drives in two runs in the crucial Aggie series. Center: Looking them over from the bench with Thomas, Hunter, Simpson and others. Bottom: Burtner scores against the Aggies. Twyman, No. 2, is ready to clasp Burnter's hand while Monroe tbats on shoulderl, prepares to take his turn at bat. THE RECORD Sooners Southwestern . . 8 Sooners Texas . . . 5 Sooners Texas . . 5 Sooners Central . . l Sooners Aggies . . 6 Sooners Aggies . . 3 Sooners Aggies . . . Z Sooners Aggies . . . 2 Sooners East Central . . U Sooners lowa State . . 3 Sooners lowa State . . 9 Sooners Nebraska . . 6 Sooners Nebraska . . 6 Sooners Nebraska . . 7 Sooners Kansas . . . 4 Sooners Kansas .... 2 Sooners Oklahoma City . l2 Sooners Oklahoma City . 5 hander, captured four games while drop- ping three. , Letters were awarded to Simpson, Brit- ain, lack Baer, johnny Hunter and Tee Connelley, outfieldersy lay Thomas, first base, lra Monroe, second base, George Twyman, catcher, Eddie Beavers, utility: and Morris, Zoth and jackson, pitchers. Only Hunter, Thomas and Monroe are sen- iors although Louis Burtner, shortstop, has entered professional baseball. at "l-lere's l-low" . . . Coach Paul V. Keen demonstrates with D. C. Matthews, leit, and Charley Robertson. W R E S T L I N G Although Coach Paul V. Keen's Sooner wrestlers enjoyed only a mediocre dual meet season, they won their sixth Big Six conference championship in the past nine years. Clclahoma compiled 25 points in the annual league carnival at Ames, lowa, to nose Kansas State and lowa State, which shared runnerup honors with 24 points. Three Clclahomans - l-loy Stone, sopho- more l26-poundery D. C. Matthews, senior l35-pounderp and Marshall Word, senior l65-pounder-emerged with individual titles. Runnerup posts were taken loy Roland "Waddy" Young, junior heavy- weight, and lalcie Ridley, slippery ll8- pound junior, while Fred Ball, senior l75- pounder, and Charley Holoertson, sopho- more l55-pounder, placed third. Matthews was the only Sooner to win a national crown. However, Stone gained the finals and Word was eliminated in the semifinals. This trio was Olqlahoma's only representatives in the national meet but tied for fourth in the team taloulations. ln dual competition, the Keenmen won two, tied one and lost tive but were the only team in the land to take at least two indi- vidual bouts oft E. C. Gctllagher's National Page 223 I l . tix' X .113 Champion Clclahoma Aggies in a single dual engagment. The Sooners' deadlock was with Southwestern, National A. A. U. titleholder. Clclahoma vanquished Northeastern State Teachers and Central State Teachers while being humbled by the Aggies twice, Kansas State, Central and Southwestern. Stone, Word and Young suffered but one defeat over the dual route although Young snared high-point honors with Zl V2 points in eight starts. Lettermen in addition to Ridley, Stone, Matthews, Robertson, Ball and Young are Ben Bell and Gene Ross, l45-poundersg and Cecil Cross, utility. ge 229 First column, reading down: Charles Robertson, l55: D. C. Matthews, l35g lackie Ridley, ll8. Lower center: Waddy Young, heavyweight. Second column: Fred Ball, l75, Marshall Word, l655 Hoy Stone, l26p Gene Ross, left, l35, and Ben Bell, l45. Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners Sooners THE RECORD . . l2 Kansas State . . 3l W Northeastern . . l U M Southwestern . . 7k Central . . . . 7 M Aggies . . . . l 2 Southwestern . . 3 Aggies . . . . HSM Central . . Sandy-haired Paul V. Keen, who has completed his tenth year as Soon- er wrestling coach. lil lV2 l3V2 205 ZUVZ l2 29 lOV2 TR A fourth-place performance in the Big Six conference outdoor classic after finish- ing last in the league's indoor carnival was perhaps the most worthwhile achievement registered by Cklahoma's l937 track team. The Sooners' championship hopes were wrecked at Lincoln after Eddie Toribio, Big Six 60-yard indoor titlist, pulled a leg muscle after sweeping both his preliminary heats in the lOO and 220-yard dashes. At that Coach lohn lacobs' inexperienced sguad, altho hard hit by injuries and inel- gibility, trailed Kansas State only l2 points with its 25 points. A CK Herman "Bed" Nelson won the only indi- vidual crown for Cklahoma by speeding over the l2O-yard high hurdles in l5.2 sec- onds to nose out Lloyd Cardwell, Nebras- ka's brilliant all-round ace. Nelson, how- ever, finished second to Cardwell over the 226-yard low sticks. ln dual meet competition, the varsity whipped the Oklahoma Aggies, 67 to 64, and won a triangular engagement with Cklahoma Baptist university and Central State Teachers college. The Sooners counted 72 points as compared with Cen- tral's 30 and 25 for the Baptists. Page 230 Durward Bosebery measures the standard for his high jump. Herman "Bed" Nelson skims over the low hurdles while the relayists including Toribio, l-laskell and Burke get ready for the baton. Art Dunagan is the low-hurdler on the right. gl I , '..',,"4 , ' f, ' lla , 1 '7 " 1 li 3. as f f I - - - A-.- , vm -.,,.wv..,., ,, V 1.3 .. 1 Q ,' Pa -f he o 'PM-J! I '. - Q.. it ff If ,, . 5 .qv W, -f jing its V f 4' ' E .Mg . f I gg- 'f 'V M I if 'V :, I K, K J V777 ' ' 44 'ff " , A., rf' ' 9' -' 1 lust the Daily Routine-Nathan Anderson lets loose with a l95-foot throw in the iavelin while W. T. "Dixie" Howell pulls up after the two-mile grind. Lawson Burke is about to land in the broadjumping pit. The Sooner milers get ready for the gun in the Kansas State dual meet. Nebraska's Big Six champion Cornhusk- ers handed Oklahoma its only defeat over the dual route when they swamped the Sooners, 83 to 47, at Lincoln altho Toribio ran the century in 9.7 seconds and the fur- long in 2l.9 seconds to win both events. Nelson also swept the high hurdles from Cardwell, being clocked in l4.9 seconds. Altho no official team championship was awarded, the Oklahomans set the pace in the State A. A. U. tourney. Nelson domi- nated both the llO-meter high and the 440- meter low hurdle races, setting a new meet record of l4.5 seconds in the highs and clearing the lows in 56.2 seconds. Toribio, who finished second in the lUO- yard dash in both the Kansas and Drake relays, triumphed in the lOO and ZOO-meter dashes while Vernon Mullen won the shot ge 231 put. lohn Pritchard, Sooner freshman, sailed the discus l68 feet 7 inches, less than four feet short of the world's record. Track Coach lohn lacobs, left, measures a long dis- cus throw of lohn Pritchard, right. Pritchard threw the discus l68 feet 7 inches in the State A. A. U. meet. gf -. it ' fi. . A, 1- ff 5 -2 ,. X Can't We Talk lt Over?-Front row, left to right: Billy Lee Craig, Coach Bruce Drake and limmy Amspacher. Kneeling, left to right: Billy Simpson, Dave Connell and Vic Iohnson. GOLF Only Louisiana State, which boasted Fred Haas and Paul Leslie, two of the na- tion's best amateur shotmakers, was able to defeat Coach Bruce Drake's Oklahoma golf team during the 1937 season. The Tigers swamped the Sooners, 18V2 to ZW, in a dual engagement at Baton Rouge. The Drakemen, however, downed Tulane, Wichita, the Oklahoma Aggies and lV1cMurry college to gain four victories. For the seventh straight year, Oklahoma won the State lntercollegiate team title, gaining a 22-stroke margin over its nearest rival, the Sooner second team. The Big Six conference team champion- ship left Soonerland for the first time since the tournament began four years ago. Oklahoma's four-man sguad used up 620 strokes over the Lincoln Country club lay- out as compared with the champion Ne- braska team's 612 shots. Lettermen were Billy Simpson, Billy Lee Craig, Dave Connell, limmy Amspacher and Vic lohnson. Of the group, only Simp- son, runnerup in the 1936 State Amateur, was graduated. Simpson, Who dropped only a one-hole decision to 1-laas, National lntercollegiate king, at Baton Bouge, also placed second in the Big Six tourney with a 36-hole card of 150. ' The Sooner dual record: Oklahoma 12 Wichita O Oklahoma 1 1 McMurry 1 Oklahoma 10 Tulane . 5 Oklahoma 2h L. S. U. 18M Oklahoma 10 Aggies 5 Page 232 TENNIS With l6 victories and two ties in l8 starts, the Sooner tennis team, coached by Leslie l-lewes, established the best record ever made by a modern Oklahoma net squad in dual competition. The l-lewesmen also swept thru to win the state championship, releasing Central Teachers from its three-year monopoly on the crown. The Sooners, however, relin- quished their Big Six singles and doubles titles in the league tournament at Lincoln, Neb. Bill Martin, Big Six singles king in l936, did not compete in the singles division ot the annual loop classic, leaving the burden to Ed Carpenter and Raymond Klaiike. Martin's vacated title was taken by Bill Kiley, Kansas ace, who downed Carpenter in the finals. Martin and Carpenter surrendered their league doubles laurels to Kiley and lames Kell, the favored layhawk pair, but not without a struggle. The Oklahoma duo suc- ge 233 cumbed after a hectic tour-set battle in the finals. Letters were awarded to Carpenter, Klattke, Martin, Baymond Clement and lack Edwards. The Sooner dual record: Oklahoma Freshmen . . . Oklahoma Texas Christian . Oklahoma Texas Christian . Oklahoma Baylor ...... Oklahoma North Texas Teachers Oklahoma Northeastern State Teachers . Oklahoma Southwest Missouri Teachers Oklahoma Oklahoma City . . Oklahoma Wichita ..... Oklahoma McMurry College . . Oklahoma Oklahoma Aggies . Oklahoma Oklahoma Aggies . Oklahoma North Texas Teachers Oklahoma Oklahoma Aggies , Oklahoma Oklahoma Aggies . Oklahoma Central State Teachers Oklahoma Central State Teachers Oklahoma Oklahoma City . . Oklahoma Oklahoma City . Back row, left to right: Bill Martin, Coach Leslie l-lewes and Raymond Clement. Front row: Ed Carpenter, Bay Klatfke, Billy Prickett, lack Edwards and Earl Brown. Nb A - A gee: : I ' . my r gl M.-...W ...M-,, ,,gQv,. f Y V."'1'5' 'X 1 ,Q ff! ,Q Q Front row, left to right: Mills, Markus, Watts, Ritie, lohnson. Second row: Scheer, Keen, Greeson, Patrick, Owens. INTRAMURALS INTRAMURAL MANAGERS BEN G. OWEN . PAUL V. KEEN . . BRADLEY SCI-IEER . OTIS ARMSTRONG lOl-IN D. MILLS . THEATUS GREESON GEORGE RIFFE . CLYDE PATRICK . CHARLES SMITH . MARTIN WATTS . MILTON MARKUS . . . . . . Director ot Intramurals , Assistant Director . Intramural Secretary . . Senior Manager Assistant Senior Manager Assistant Senior Manager Assistant Senior Manager . . Iunior Manager . Iunior Manager . lunior Manager . Iunior Manager Under the direction ot Ben G. Owens, equipment and tournaments be- tween teams within the university are managed by a corps ot students. The intramural system on the Oklahoma campus was initiated in l925, when it attracted over 250 participants. The list ot entrants has grown steadily until it now exceeds 3,000 annually. At least one tournament a year is conducted in all competitive sports, and every student has an adequate opportunity tor exercise. In addition to contests between traternities, the independent houses have been organized into teams and the competition has served to unite the groups. An ottice is maintained by means of which schedules may be made, eguip- ment checked out, and referees supplied for all the sports. Page 234 r i fx .KX ' N wfifiiiffi-V"i:" ,M-1 4 -f I T H i I I Top row, first picture from lelt: Boyd Barnett, Sigma Chi, l6O-pound boxing champ. Second picture: Bob Sigma Chi, left, and Waddy Young, Sigma Chi, left, heavyweight boxing finalists. Right picture: Herb 135-pound boxing champ. Second row, left picture: Bill Stubbs, Sigma Chi, l25-pound boxing champ. Right picture, left to right: Ray badminton champg Burton Hull and Frank Frascatti, handball champions, doubles. Third row, lett picture: lames Miles, Chain C, 175-pound wrestling champ. Middle picture: Sigma Alpha championship team in baseball. Right picture: Iimrny Cain, Delta Upsilon, l47'pound boxing champ. Page 235 McGee, Barnett, Klafflze, Epsilon Top row, first picture from left: Guy Underwood, Sigma Chi, golf Singles champ: Tom Trower, Phi Gamma Delta, TUHHSY-UP. Second picture: Harry Hefner, Phi Gamma Delta, tennis singles champ. Third picture, Seated: Tom Gable and Ben Kerr, both Sigma Alpha Epsilons, four-ball golf champions, standing: lohn Robinson and lim Pate, both Sigma Nus, runners-up. Middle row, lett picture: Sigma Chi champion football team. Right: Harold l-lefley and lames Gibson, table tennis doubles champions. Bottom row, left picture: lack Barton, 135-pound wrestling winner. Second picture: Flying U, championship basketball team. Third picture: Hoy Stone, 123-pound wrestling champion. Page 236 WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OFFICERS MARY LOUISE MCELWEE . . . President BETTY ROWLAND . . , Vicgpfesidgnt LURLINE KRAFT . . . . Secretary DOROTHY NELL PENNER . , , Tygqsufef DORIS ARMSTRONG . . Sgcigl Chairman MAXINE RICHARDSON . . Intramural Manager MISS IMA IAMES . . .... Sponsor The Women's Athletic Association is an organization which exists for the purpose of training women in physical fitness in order that school and outside activities may be carried on more efficiently without injury to individual health. Through the association women are offered an opportunity to test their skill in sports and receive training in new games which may be used for recreational purposes after college. This year the association sponsored a South Central Conference of Ath- letic Federation of College Women on the campus during the first week in May. Individual activities of the different divisions of the W. A. A. have been stressed this year. The Racket Club had charge of the first Intercollegiate Tennis Tournament on the campus. Maxine Richardson, Oklahoma City, won the singles championship, and Ruth Ann McSpadden, Nowata, and Evelyn Morton, Bartlesville, were victors in the doubles. Also this term, the Duclcs' Club sponsored the first annual water pageant. A Golf Club has been formed as an addition to the W. A. A. Timber Cruisers, the women's riding association, came through again with a splendid show of riding ability at their annual horse show which was held during the early part of May. A new system of giving recognition to winners in sports activities was instituted this year with the adoption of an honor plague, which has been posted in the Women's building. This permanent record of individual achievement supersedes the individual award system. Page 237 Top left: Three crggtnst three in the dueling clcrss. Right: Dorothy Cloyd follows through gs instructed. Middle: A quintet in the golfing class tees oft. Bottom, left: An archery student snapped just before arching. Right: Set with cr smile for cr hot return. Page 238 -.41 ,J Top row, left: Three more archery students. Right: "En quardelu . . . correct stance. Middle row: Follow the leader in dancing class. Inset: Another second . . . and zzzip! Hiqhi: The Racket Club ready for inspection. Lower picture: A flower formation , . . part of the Ducks' Club annual Water Carnival. Page 239 OKLAHOMKS 400-YARD FREE-STYLE RELAY TEAM l Left to right: Bob Prince, Bob Cisar, Mickey Anderson, and V. V. Long. fTl'1G team was undefeated in dual competition and placed second in the Big Six rneet.J SWIMMING For the first time since swimming was introduced into the Big Six conference in l929, Qklahoma was this year represented by a full squad in every event in the an- nual league splash. The Sooners also were able to perform in a pool of their own for the first time as the university built a new 560,000 regulation tank. The young and inexperienced varsity squad, greener than a pasture, placed third in the annual conference festival, which was held here. The Sooners, coached by Bruce Drake, registered 23 points, only six points behind the runnerup Nebraska Cornhuskers but miles behind lowa State's champion Cyclones who piled up 76 points. Qklahoma's talented 400-yard freestyle relay guartet bettered the Big Six record but finished second to lowa State's pol- ished combine, which churned the distance in 3 minutes 57.6 seconds. lohn Iarrett, junior diver, was the only Sooner to win an individual title, sweeping the diving event with 9l.6 points. ln dual competition, the Sooners divided a home-and-home series with the Okla- homa Aggies and were toppled by Wash- ington, champion of the Missouri Valley conference l4 of the past l5 years. 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CARROLL CAPTAIN M. M. PI-IARR CAPTAIN M. G. SMITH CAPTAIN I. P. HOLLAND RANKING CADET COLONEL GEORGE CADET COLONEL IACK H. BYRD NEWTON BENSON W. CAMPBELL . CLIFTON K. DRUM . . DUDGEN B. GIEZENTANNER I. O. GIVENS . GEORGE T. METCALE . IACK ROMERMAN . FRED B. AURIN . GEORGE W. BARBER . . IAMES EDGAR BODDY . EDMUND M. FRY . . MAX SIMS LALE . . LOUIS C. ROSS . NORVAL I. SOMMERS . BYRON B. WEBB . NATHAN WESLEY ANDERSON FRED S. BALL . . ELLIS L. BROWN . GEORGE T. CI-IADWELL . TOM P. EWING . . ALBERT I-I. FOLLMAR . Ljeut Lieut. Lieul Lieul Ljeut Lieut Lieut. Lieut. Colonel, Colonel, Colonel, Colonel Colonel Colonel Colonel Colonel, Colonel Colonel Colonel Colonel Colonel, Colonel Major, Major, Maj or, Major, Major, Major, Page I A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. A. 244 IACK B. FRITTS . C. MCFERRON GITTINGER ROBERT EDWARD HOWARD . . WILLIAM T. HOWELL . GEORGE ALLEN INGLIS . DOUGLAS NEVILLE IONES, IR HERBERT D. MATHERS . I. R. MCBRAYER . ROBERT H. MITCHELL . GEORGE R. NORRIS . WOODROW W. PAGE . DAVID CONGER SHAPARD CHRISTIAN L. SHEEDY . I. GARRETT ANDERSON WILLIAM N. BASSETT . ALFRED BENSINGER . MAX E. BILLINGSLEY . VICTOR LEROY BOLING TILDEN D. BRAEEORD, IR. IOI-IN R. BROWNE . Page 245 Major Major Major Major, Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain, 1 1 I I I " 4 i n, ! I I Fl LESLIE BRASEL . MERVIN R, BURDITT . DUANE I. CLAPI-IAM . SIDNEY E. COCKRELL, IR. . DOYLE E. CONRAD . . IULIAN L. DAWSON . RICHARD L. DUCKWELL . HARLAN R. EMERSON . DIMPSTER E. EPPERSON . IOSH I. EVANS . . IESSE IVI. GRANT . THEATUS ELLIOTT GREESON WALTER DEAN I-IART . HERBERT T. I-IOPE . HOWARD R. HUFF . . HOWARD E. HUGOS . IAMES L. I-IULL . RAY O. JAMES . . E. BRUCE IANUARY . DURWARD B. IONES . Captain, F. Captain, E. Captain, F. Captain, E. Captain, E. Captain, F. Captain, F. Captain, E. Captain, E Captain, F. Captain, F. Captain, F. Captain, F. Captain, F. Captain, F. Captain, E. Captain, F. Captain, F. Captain, F. Captain, E. Page IOHN W. KAYSER . IOHN KING H. IACK KRAETTLI . EDWARD LAMIRAND . WILLIAM S. LANCEY . IAMES ROCKWOOD MALTBY, IR. . . . ESTIL OWEN MCBRIDE . HERBERT I. MEETING . MILTON NAIRN MEYER . WILLIAM G. MIDGLEY . GENE L. MITCI-IAM . R. ROARK NANCE . IOHN OVERTON . BRUCE D. OWEN . ISSAC I. PIERCE . IACKIE LYNWOOD RIDLEY . EDWARD E. SANDS . WARREN THURMAN SI-IAYLER VINCENT RALPH STEPHENS . WILLIAM A. STUBBS . Page 24-7 Captain, Captain, Captain, Captain, Captain, Captain, Captain, Captain, Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain Captain 1 I IOI-IN H. TIPPETT . ROBERT MARVIN URIE HAROLD E. VAN HORN DICK WEGENER . FRED F. WHITE . . SAM A. WILSON . ALLAN O. WIRZ . WILLIAM H. WYLIE . GAIL ALDRIDGE . IOHN I. AMBRISTER . ELMER AARON BRAY . ROBERT W. BUTLER . IOHN R. LEONARD I. MORT LOOMIS . IEFF R. WATTS . . Captain, F. A . Captain, F. A . Captain, F. A . Captain, FQA . Captain, F. . Captain, F. . Captain, F. . Captain, F. First Lieutenant, F. First Lieutenant, F. First Lieutenant, F. First Lieutenant, F. GEORGE HENRY KOEHNE . . . First Lieutenant, F. First Lieutenant, F. First Lieutenant, F. ROBERT H. MUSGRAVE First Lieutenant, F. ARCH MARVIN PARMENTER, IR. . . First Lieutenant, F. HERBERT VAN ZANT . First Lieutenant, F. First Lieutenant, F. BYRON BACON IONES First Lieutenant, F. A Page 48 BERT BRATTON . . Major, W. HARRY CLIFFORD . . Captain, GEORGE D. KUI-IN . . Captain, FRED P. LaBOON . . Captain, EDWIN R. PAGE, IR. . . . . Captain, CHARLES EDWARD PETERSON . . . Captain, IOHN DONALD PRENDERGAST . . Captain, NORMAN E. SCHULTZ . . Captain, RUSSELL SIGLER . . Captain, R. MAXEY SILVERY . . Captain, IOSEPH THOMAS PRENDERGAST . . First Lieutenant, PAUL L. SLADEK . . First Lieutenant, WILLIAM HAROLD STRANG . . First Lieutenant, LAWRENCE ARTHUR TRAUTMAN . . First Lieutenant, GERALD TUMA . . First Lieutenant, NORMAN FRANCIS WILLIAMS . First Lieutenant, ROBERT E. WITT . . . First Lieutenant, ORVILLE R. CALLAHAN . . . Second Lieutenant, Page 249 Ord Ord Ord Ord Ord. Ord. Ord. Ord. Ord. Ord. Ord. Ord. Ord. Ord. Ord. Ord. Ord. Ord. Front row, left to right: Capt. Carroll, Hopkins, Ervin, Gist, Cook, Cullen, Scheffe. Second row: Black, Casey, Stout, Hawks, Arn, Iackson CD. WJ, Ivy. Third row: Pe-she-k, Aycock, Timmons, Crowther, Morgan CA. TJ, Iefiers, Rogers CO. TJ, Burdick. Fourth row: Stewart CI. I-I.J, Foster CEJ, Butts, Bauman, McDoulett, Minniq. W. B. ARMSTRONG R. E. ARN W. M. AYCOCK W. H. BAUMAN R. R. BLACK B. L. BURDICK E. A. BUTTS C. R. CALLEN R. I. CASEY C. M. COOK D. K. CRAIG A. C. CROWTHER IUNIORS PERSONNEL I. W. ERVIN E. FOSTER H. GIST H. M. HAWKS I. M. I-IEDRICK W. G. HOPKINS I. H. IVY D. W. IACKSON I. W. IEEEERS I. E. IOI-INSTON C. D. MCDOULETT H. B. MCINERNEY M. A. MINNIG A. T. MORGAN I. F. MUSSER M. PESHEK O. R. ROGERS W. P. SCHEEEE I. H. STEWART I. B. STOUT B. L. TAYLOR I. F. TIMMONS T. R. WATTS Page 250 Front row, left lo riglrl: Capt. Carmll, Stein, Root, Iackson IW. SJ, Musser KW. W.l, Casey KI Gl Ad ms S 4 r Lecom Third rot Fourlh row owr Aylor, Artclersart, Delarma, Iohnstorl, Edwards, Thom v' Marshall Frank Brumilt WhiteCW LJ Plott Heath GSOI1. Dawes Lrarq IO E J, Grirnslraw, Morgan CI. G.J, Young, Mclninch, McNauqhton PERSONNEL S. M. ANDERSON L. A. EDWARDS I. G. MORGAN L. AYLOR E. W. EVERTS W. L. MUSSER E. A. BROWN R. G. FRANK V. G. MCININCH A. I. BRUMITT B. H. FREEMAN I. P. MCNAUGI-ITON C. B. CAMPBELL G. H. GALBREATH W. C. PLOTT T. F. CAREY C. M. GRIMSHAW L. C. ROOT I. G. CASEY L. N. GILBERT G. V. STEIN I. A. CHEEK L. I. HEATH B. R. THOMASON O. E. CRAIG W. S. IACKSON R. S. TRIPPET H. G. DAWES L. I. IOHNSON W. R. YOUNG D. DELANA I. A. MARSHALL W. L. WHITE I. D. MILLS I U N I O R S PERSONNEL T. M. BRETT R. O. BURKETT K. L. KRAETTLI D. H. BRIDGES D. DESPER I. L. MARSHALL L. D. GREGORY Left to right: Marshall, Bridges, Palmer, Burkett, Brett, Gregory, Kraettli. Q'.mw'1 ..,, W 7 Zrxzfvu. Front row, left to right: Mason, Atchison, Nelson, Tilley, Dunn, White. Second row: Watson, Lamb, Sharp, Oldfield, Proffer, Broadfoot, Daulton. Third row: Chaliant, Bailey, Tiller, Wright, Hale, Bowersox, Sinex, Iames. Back row: Kelly, Stephens, Van Schuyver, Evans, Hewett, Rogers, Stubbs, Hoge. C. P. ATCHISON A. C. BAILEY C. H. BOWEBSOX B. W. BBOADFOOT I. W. CHALPANT B. CLAYTON C. H. DAULTON D. B. DUNN H. M. EVANS B. D. HALE L. B. HEWETT E. W. BBADSHAW I. B. BBOWDEB P. GEEB F. HAWKINS PERSONNEL A. G. HOGE A. E. I-IUEFMAN C. F. IAMES H. M. IONES S. E. KELLY I. M. KBAFT W. M. LAMB I. E. MASON C. H. NELSON B. OLDFIELD I. M. PBOEFEB IUNIORS PERSONNEL Cf. L. HILL T. S. LEWIS V. E. LEWIS I. B. BOGEBS E. T. STEPHENS H. P. STUBBS G. O. SINEX T. I. SI-IABP M. W. TILLEB A. E. TILLEY B. B. VAN SCHUYVEB C. D. WATSON I. C. WBIGHT I. W. WHITE D. MEYEBS C. V. SHOCK I. W. SIMPSON W. G. STUART Left to right: Stuart, Bradshaw, Browder, Geer, Hawkins, Hill, Lewis CT.l, Lewis CV.I, Shock, Simpson Meyers Paqe 252 f. E... LAL.: Li..-,Aff-.L1.,f,g-.. ., . .- --,.... . .-....... - ..-,,,-.. .... .........-., ....T. Left to riqlil: Holland, Mallonee, Howard, Phelps, Rees, Rogers, Carpenier, Woodson Peningion PERSONNEL D. H. CARPENTER R. V. MALLONEE K. W. REES G. T. HOLLAND I. R. PENINGTON E. A. ROGERS G. HOWARD C. W. PHELPS I. T. WOODSON I U N I O R S PERSONNEL N. AUSTIN A. S. IOHNSON T. E. NOLEN W. D. BAKER W. F. IOHNSON A. L. OUTLAND L. L. BILLINGSLEY T. C. KELLEY WL W. PARRISH I. F. BINKLEY I. C. LEAKE V. H. POWERS I. E. BOWMAN N. S. LEE G. F. ROBIE O. R. CALLAHAN V. V. LONG E. W. ROBINSON R. CATES W. P. MASON D. I. RUTLAND I. W. DAVIS R. T. MAYHALL B. SCHILLINGER P. M. HARRIS W. E. MCMURTRY I. E. THOMAS G. E. HESS R. K. MILBURN W. A. THOMAS R. A. HOCHDOERFER I. A. MCREYNOLDS D. S. WILL C. E. HUGHES D. H. OLSON F ont ro left to right: Capt. Carroll, Baker, McReynolc1s, Billingsley, Iohnson CA. SJ, Thomas CW. AJ, Cates. Second IO Hochdoerfer, Lee, Iohnson CW. ED, Long, Robinson, Lealce, Will, Davis. Third row Harris, Powers, Olson, Robie, Mayhall, Austin, Binkley, Oulland, Thomas. Fourth row Rutland, Callahan, Hess, Mason KW. PJ, Hughes, Bowman, Nolen, Milburn, McMurtry. F fth row Parrish, Kelley CT. C.l. MBA ,-15195 432.90 .- HEADQUARTERS BATTERY AND BATTERY A, FIRST BATTALION, FIRST FIELD ARTILLERY Page 254 BATTERIES B AND C, FIRST FIELD ARTILLERY 11 - 4.19. ,4 .M- , ,. ,S ,v .,:f,. , A A ,. .. i .44-.,.-. , , . . HEADQUARTERS BATTERY AND BATTERY D, SECOND BATTALIGN, FIRST FIELD ARTILLERY BATTERIES E AND F, FIRST FIELD ARTILLERY A l L A - - - A . 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SCABBARD AND BLADE OFFICERS CAPTAIN I. P. HOLLAND . . . . Sponsor BEN ROBERTSON . . . . Captain KENNETH CARPENTER . . Eirst Lieutenant IULIAN DAWSON . . Second Lieutenant BERT BRATTON ...... First Sargeant MEMBERS S. M. ANDERSON BILLY CLAYTON IOHN KAYSER LOUIS ROSS W. B. ARMSTRONG MAX COOK IOHN KING GEORGE ROBBIE PRED AURIN NED FRY IACK MALTBY ED SANDS GEORGE BARBER IULIAN DAWSON RAY MAYHALL GEORGE STEIN W. D. BAKER RHYS EVANS WILBUR MCMURTRY IOHN STEWART AL BENSINGER IERRY GALBRAITH IACK MCNAUGHTON MONT STEWART EDDIE BODDY IOHN GETTY MAX MINNIG VINCENT STEPHENS BERT BRATTON I. O. GIVENS IACK MORGAN BILL STUBBS ELLIS BROWN MCPEPJROIN GITTINGER BOB MUSGRAVE HUGH STUBBS EARL A. BROWN DUKE GRIMSHAW GEORGE NEWTON BOB TRIPPETT IACK BYRD BUNN HALE ARCH PARMENTER HAROLD VAN HORN BENSON CAMPBELL IOHN HALLEY ED PAGE IULIAN VALBERG KENNETH CARPENTER GLEN HOGE ED PETERSON DICK WEGEBER ALEXANDER CHEEK BACON IONES BEN ROBERTSON WADDY YOUNG PLEDGES AL BAILEY TED HESS ED KELLY LYLE OZMUN RAY BROADFOOT GEORGE HOLLAND LEONARD KRATZER MIKE PESHEK IACK ERVIN GEORGE HOWARD V. E. LEWIS GAIL PALMER M. P. POSTER FRED IOHNSON V. V. LONG CHARLES PHELPS HAROLD GIST IOHN IOHNSTON CHARLES NEILL IIM ROGERS FRANK HELLER BEN THOMASON Scabbard and Blade, national military traternity, was founded at the University ot Wis- consin in the tall ot IQO4 by senior otticers in the cadet corps. The University ot Oklahoma chapter is "D" Company ot the third regiment. The mem- bership consists ot advanced course R. O. T. C. students who are chosen by active members. .The organization purports to raise the standard ot military drill in American universities and colleges, unite military departments in a closer relationship, encourage proficiency in otticers, and promote fellowship among cadets. The Eounder's Day Banquet, Military Ball and the annual Scabbard and Blade Dinner- Dance are the principal social activities ot the organization. Page 260 ,W I BOMBARDIERS OFFICERS MARVIN SNODGRASS . . President WILLIAM THAMS . Vice-Pregidgnt DON ALMEN . . . Secretary RALPH BOWEN . . Treasurer TED HESS .... First Sergeant CAPT. IAMES CARROLL . . Sponsor MEMBERS DAN ALMEN BOB DAWSON BOB KAI-IN CARL SHERMAN RALPH AZBURY HAROLD DEXTER LEONARD KRATZER BILL SHIPLEY GUS BEALMER IOE DIXON DAVE LINEBAUGH MARVIN SNODGRASS CHARLES BERRY ROY FRYE KENNETH LOWE BOB STAFFORD RALPH BOWEN IACK GABLE WILBUR MCMURTRY IOHN TAYLOR CHARLES CAMPBELL HARRY GILBERT MAX MINNIG BILL THAMS ART CAVANAUGH RUFUS GOODVVIN CLAYTON NICHOLSON STAN THOMAS-ON BEN COHEN ED HALLOCK C. D. PLUMMER G. I. WALKER DAVID COOK TED HESS IIM RICHARDS ROSCOE VVALKER FRANK COVVELL CHARLES HETHERINGTON HERMAN RUSCH DONALD WILL GENE CUNNINGHAM IOE HULL VICTOR SAVIN INAYNE WILSON LEON DAVIS HERB IONES FRANK SCHALLER Bombardiers was founded February 22, l928, at the University of Oklahoma by a number of basic students in the Reserve Officers Training Corps. They organized with the purpose of promoting a better spirit of harmony and fellowship among the basic students of the university unit. Command and leadership, as well as the study of the maneuvers of the foot drills, come in for particular emphasis. In addition to basic training, a number of outside speakers are brought in to give their knowledge in instruction in special phases of military science. Candidates for membership must have maintained at least a "B" average, and must be passed upon by a committee of faculty members as to qualities of leadership and character. First row, left lo right: Dixon, Wadsack, Kierski, Price, Reid, Rose, Nash, Shepherd. Second row: Agnew, Gawey, Goodwin, Campbell, Doolin, Iones, Reedy. Back row: Ruppert, Milam, Gregory, Walker, Fentriss. Page 26I f Front row, left to right: Kelley, Binkley, Foster, Sharpe, Brasel, Edwards, Capt. Hittle. Back row: McCreacly, Corwin, Iohnson. PISTOL TEAM MEMBERS THOMAS I. SHARPE, Captain THOMAS C. KELLY LESLIE BRASEL WALTER L. CORWIN lOl-IN H. EDWARDS P. M. HARRIS WILLIAM F. IOHNSON M. P. FOSTER f lOl-IN E. BINKLEY WILLIAM MCCREADY The Pistol Team ot the university is composed oi members oi the R. AO. T. C. who become adept with the pistol and prove their worth in competition. Throughout the year the team enters Widely different classes oi competition including intercollegiate indoor matches, open indoor matches and outdoor matches. During the l937 season, the University of Oklahoma Pistol Team placed second in the match for the Cup of Chief ot the Field Art. This year the team has won tive competitive matches with the pistol teams ot the University ot Missouri, Xavier University, Virginia Military Institution, Iowa State University and the University oi Utah. No losses have been slated against the team this season. I The captain ot the team, Thomas I. Sharpe, is Oklahoma State Pistol Champion. The team is sponsored by the Department of Military Science and is coached by Captain Leslie L. I-little. Besides the coaching which is furnished Without charge, the R. O. T. C. unit provides guns and ammunitions and bears all expenses ot the Pistol Team. Page 262 POLO AND RIDING ASSOCIATION OFFICERS BARBARA WARR ,...... Captain HELEN HETHERINGTON . . Secretary-Treasurer CAPTAIN ARTHUR L. SHREVE . Director and Instructor LT. COL. REESE M. HOWELL .... Sponsor MEMBERS INA EWING LURLINE KRAFT IUNE EVANS ESTHER BLACKMER ALINE KNIGHT MARGARET MEYER CHRISTINE HOLLAND EVELYN BOWLEN MILDRED SWEET CHARLOTTE SHEPARD MARGARET BELL ANN FORD BARBARA WARR HELEN HETHERINGTON The Military Department of the University formed the Polo and Riding Association for the purpose of giving instruction in riding and jumping to those interested in equitation. Captain Shreve is in charge of instruction. Pictured below is the Timber Cruisers, an organization tor girls interested in horsernan- ship. Applicants tor membership must ride to the satisfaction of the instructors and be able to take a jump of three and one-halt feet. The Timber Cruisers sponsor a Polo Tea after several home games at which time members of the Association and riding enthusiasts meet the University Polo Team. TIMBER CRUISERS Left to right: Kraft, Holland, Warr, Evans, Shepard, Capt. Shreves, Bell, Knight, Ewing, He-therington, Blackmer. Page 263 MISS CHRISTINE HOLLAND Honorary Cadet Colonel .,,.7,.1 1 4 I N I 1 1 r i 2 l 1 I Page 264 HONORARY COLONEL CANDIDATES The climax oi the annual B. O. T. C. Ball is the election oi the Honorary Cadet Colonel. The candidates are nominated by Scalobard and Blade, hon- orary military fraternity, and are presented to the cadet corps during the dance. This year's candidates were: Christine Holland, Enid, Mildred Ann Cooper, Muskogee, luliana Hess, Durant, Patricia Sewell, Oklahoma City, Peggy Williams, Port Arthur, Texas, Margaret Davis, Norman. Miss Holland Won the election, edging out Miss Hess and Miss Cooper. Miss Holland was feted by Scalobard and Blade in the homecoming parade and the Scabbard and Blade dinner-dance in March. She reviewed the corps during the Sponsor's Day Parade and Federal Inspection, both in April. Page 265 . Q by . l ., 5, K M ,F . POLO SQUAD tFall Seasonl Left to right: Hester, Cheek, Hermes, Galbreath, Capt. Holland, Aycock, Evans, Hill. POLO TEAM Olclahoma's l937 tall polo team, coached by Capt. I. P. Holland, won tour games and lost seven to middlewestern foes. The Sooners swept a two-game series with Texas A. and M. College, divided two games with Oklahoma City's Army and Navy outfit, bowled over Missouri to maintain their Big Six confer- ence iall championship and dropped tour games to the undefeated Oklahoma Military Academy Cadets. Lettermen are lim Hester, Ronald l-lermes, Gerald Galbreath, Alex Cheek, losh Evans, Harry l-lill, and Bill Aycoclc. THE SEASON'S RECORD Sooners . . . 5 O. M. A. .... 9 Sooners Texas A. and M Sooners . . . 3 O. M. A. .... ll Sooners O. M. A. . . . Sooners . . . l2 Army-Navy . . . 4 Sooners O. M. A. . . . Sooners . . . 4 Army-Navy . . . 8 Sooners Missouri . . . Sooners . 7 Texas A. and M. . 3 Sooners N. M. M. l. . . Sooners . . . 4 N. M. M. l. . . f- Page 266 : EMMETT BAUCUM WINTON BLAIR IACK BROCK MILITARY BAND NILES POWERS KENNETH SHORT GEORGE PEARL . . Drum Major LEO HERLACHER . . Drum Major MEMBERS IACK SMITH BILL NASH ABBOTT SPARKS CARL THAIN BOB ASKEW MARK CATES BEN CHRISTOPHER VERNOR COURTNEY BOB DERBY KENDALL GARMES ED HALBACH EDWARD HAM ALBERT HANCOCK LEO HERLACHER DUANE HUNTER MIKE KINTZ EDDIE KRAKER RICHARD LOY HOWARD MCCOY A. G. MAYSE STANLEY MILNER GEORGE PEARL CHARLES PROCTOR MAX ROGERS HARVEY ROYS IEAN SCHOY KENNETH SHROYER HAROLD SMITH RUSSELL BALYEAT ARTHUR CAVANAUGH GENE CUNNINGHAM ANGUS MORGAN CHARLES LAVERY EDWARD LUMPKIN FLOYD RICE PHILLIP RUBINS ROBERT SEWELL BROWNIE STOBAUGH R. L. UPDIKE IOE ELLIOTT ELMER GISH TERRY LEWIS ERNEST MCINTYRE ARLEY OUTLAND GARETH RUGGLES CHARLES SUGGS IACK THOMAS EUGENE BRITTIAN HOWARD HUTCHIN SON WALTER SMILEY R. E. BEEDLE CHARLES CASSIDY CHARLES LARSON ROBERT MCREYNOLDS HERBERT TURK G. I. WALKER WILLIAM HIGHLAND I. L. PATMAN RALPH SCARGILL IOE SEARS VIRGIL LEE SMITH WALLACE ZIRKLE BILLY HUBBELL ROBERT WILLIAMS FRANK EROTONEPULUS BOB CASON CHARLES HOYLE IAMES RENEGAR ADOLPH KAPLAN A. N. HARLEY EDGAR COMER IOHN RICHARDS Page 267 Page 268 Q' 1 1 1 I '- 1. es- If 1. .I -.1111f--- , 1-gf I , Im II I II ' 1 1 11 . 1,1-1 11- IM 1- . IXFT . III .1 I 1 11 1, 1 I 1 ,, 1-4" 'f WN 1 -11" 345' 1 .1 111: 11' in -14" .f':7'111m' HW 1 'BW 1' ' '1 'W' 'NW I 11 ' Q -'W' 1 11" " '- . " 111533 11" 15 " 21 ' W 'fi 1 11i'17' "z I111, ,V II11 III1. .--1 IW' ,9'..II.1,1111- g IaIIIIIg11 .11I1I III11 131 54.1.1 11.1 III11121 , II11 1 IAI.y" 11 .I -1 1 .11 ,11I51:1111 II44 . ...I-11, 5 . . 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Lawton ELLEN VIRGINIA ASH .......... Cordell Arts and Sciences Chi Delta Phi: Mortar Board, president: Dads' Day cup l938: House Council, president l937: W. S. G. A. Council: Varsity Basketball: Volleyball: Tennis: Hockey. FRED BAWDEN AURIN, Phi Gamma Delta .... Ponca City Arts and Sciences Phi Sigma, treasurer: Alpha Epsilon Delta, vice-president: Skeleton Key: Scabloard and Blade. BETTY COPMANN . . Fine Arts .... Stillwater University Players: Mortar Board Honor Class: El Modjii: House Council: W. S. G. A. Big Sister Committee. DELBERT GRANT .......... Saint Io, Tex. Engineering P. E. Club: A. I. M. E. Engineers' Club. RALPH SLATER, Kappa Sigma .... . Hobart Arts and Sciences ROBERT EDWARD HOWARD ....... Muskogee Engineering Kappa Kappa Psi: A. I. E. E.: Band: Engineers' Club. ' IUELL LITTLE ........... Custer City Hestiq. Arts and Sciences DON LOEWEN . . Fine Arts . . Clinton Delta Phi Delta, vice-president: El Modjii. PAUL LEUGEMORS ....... . Barnsdall P- E. Club- Engineering HELEN LOUISE MONTGOMERY, Phi Mu . . Borger, Tex. Arts and Sciences Kappa Phi: Y. -W. C. A. EARLE I. LIEBHART ....... . Guthrie Business Administration Accounting Club, Band. ELOISE LaREAU WYATT, Alpha Phi ...... Shawnee Arts and Sciences Oikonomia: Hestia, publicity chairman: Y. W. C. A.: Secretary of Alpha Phi. WYNONNA NORTI-ICUTT, Alpha Chi Omega .... Wayne Fine Arts University Players: El Modjii: Panhellenic, president: Y. W. C. A.: Sorority House Council: W. S. G. A. Executive Board. SETH IEFFERSON McKEE ....... Arts and Sciences . . lllmo, Mo. Wrestling. LaRUE ESTELLE POTTORPF, Alpha Chi Omega Education Thalian: Choral Reading: Debate: Delta Sigma . Oklahoma City Rho. DAVID C. MATTHEWS .......... Sulphur Arts and Sciences Wrestling. ARLETA LaNEL PRESTON, Alpha Chi Omega . . Mt. Park Arts and Sciences Kappa Phi: Social Work Club. FLORENE ADAMS WYATT Education .A.. Norman ELINOR B. ANDERSON ..... Education WYEMA E. ADAMS ....... Fine Arts G. A. Council: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. CHLORIS IENE ARMSTRONG .... ,gut 5 Arts and Sciences I Social Work Club BOYD LOWELL BARNETT, Sigma Chi . . . Business Administration O. U. Boxing Club: Y. M. C. A. IVIARY ELEANOR GUTHRIE, Delta Delta Delta . Arts and Sciences IQ ax THEIDA MAE DRENNAN, Gamma Phi Beta . . Eine Arts Sigma Alpha Iota: Playhouse: Choral Club. MADELINE NEVES ........ Arts and Sciences ELLEN FLEMING, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Arts and Sciences ELEANOR MARTHA BURTON, Kappa Alpha Theta Arts and Sciences g -Q63 MARGARET KING, Delta Delta Delta . . . Arts and Sciences M Y. W. C. A.: French Club. Arts and Sciences Education I. EDGAR BODDY, Beta Theta Pi . . . . . Tulsa Business Rui-Neks: Scablsard and Blade: Bomrardiers. Who's Who in American Universities: Alpha Lambda Sigma Alpha Iota, president: Pi Zeta Kappa, president: Board, president: Iunior Honor Class: Indian Club, 1 IQS4-35: Presbyterian Students, president: El Modjii: Y. W. C. A, Cabinet: Choral Club: French Club, . Lawton Norman Delta: Mortar Queen W. S. . Seminole . Ponca City Oklahoma City vice-president. Little Rock, Ark. . Lubbock, Tex. . . . Enid . Oklahoma City Mortar Bfzaril Honor Class: Rifle Team: W. S. G. A. Big Sister. . . Muskogee KATHREN ANNA COLLINS ....... Oklahoma City Latin and Greek Honorary Fraternity: Spanish Club. V. MARIE CARTER ........... Norman J, IOI-IN W. GITTINGER, Kappa Sigma ...... Norman Arts and Sciences President's Class: Psi Chi: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Kappa Kappa Psi: University Bands. MARIORIE HAYDEN, Kappa Alpha Theta .... McAlesler Arts and Sciences BETTY LOVE IONES, Delta Gamma . . . Arts and Sciences . . . Tulsa Entre Nous, president: W. S. G. A., scholarship chairman: Y. W. C. A. IOY FLOURNOY, Alpha Chi Omega . . . Arts and Sciences . . Ponca City qw- Theta Sigma Phi: Y. W. C. A.: Advertising Club. OPAL GORDON ........ . Mt. Park Education University Playhouse. CHARLES G. FULLENWIDER, Phi Gamma Delta . . Muskogee Arts and Sciences Checkmate: Alpha Epsilon Delta: Phi Sigma. lOl-IN M. HERALD, IR. ...... . Tulsa Engineering Sigma Tau: Engineers' Club: A. S. M. E. VIRGINIA MOSELEY, Alpha Chi Omega . . Arts and Sciences Kappa Delta Pi: Pi Zeta Kappa: Y. W. C. A.: CALVIN MANNEN ........ Arts and Sciences Gainesville, Tex. English Club. . . Mt. View Oklahoma Daily, advertising manager: Covered Wagon Staff: Advertising Club. MARY SUE PHILLIPS, Delta Gamma . . . . Wewolca Arts and Sciences Choral Club. 4- . pw- PRANCES BARBARA PHELPS, Kappa Alpha Theta . Oklahoma City Arts and Sciences HELEN PAYNE, Delta Delta Delta .... . McAlester Education ELIZABETH PENNINGTON . ......... Erick Business Administration Mortar Board Honor Class: House Council: W. S. G. A. Big Sister: Business Girls' Club: Accounting Club: Pi Zeta Kappa. CHARLES EDWARD CRAIG ........ Muskogee Business Administration Men's Council: Business Management and Marketing Club, secretary l936-37. HOWARD B. WESTON, Alpha Tau Omega . . . . Altus Business Administration Accounting Club, president. ARCHIE TERRELL WHEELER, Phi Gamma Delta . . Clinton Business Administration Senate Debate. VICTOR H. WALLACE, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Shawnee Business Administration -gr 00000 0000 0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0 0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0.0 0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0' V' '0'0'0'0'0'0'0' 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 '0'0'0'0'0'0'0 0 f 0'0'0'0'0'0'0'0 0 0 0.0.0.0 0. 0 0.0.0 0.0. O ..,. O.. Q 0.0.0. 0.0 0 0.0 '0'0'0'0 0 O :0 0 :'0 0 0'0'0'0'0. 0 0 0.0 '0:0:0: ' 0 0 0 0.0 0:0'0'0'0'0' 20. ::'::0'0': 0 0 0.0.0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 '0:0:0.0 0' 0 0.0 0.0.0. . i 0'0'0'0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 .0 Q 0.0.0 O 0' 50 0. "!,0:1:2.' 0'0.0:0'0'0. '0'0'0 0 !'!"'!' 0 0Q0'0::2.'0 0.. '020 '0 . '0.0. 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Tulsa Engineering Bombardiers: Scabbard and Blade: Skeleton Key: Checlcmate: Iazz Hounds: P. E. Club: Phi Delta Theta, president. IRIS ALBERTA MCINTIRE ........ . Geary Education Pi Zeta Kappa: Kappa Beta, president. IANE BOWYER, Delta Delta Delta . . . . Tulsa Arts and Sciences Hestia: Oilcoriomia: Y. W. C. A. HELEN IANE MCKENZIE ...... . Denison, Tex. Arts and Sciences Newman Club. MAY ELIZABETH PATTERSON ....... Woodward Arts and Sciences Spanish Club: French Club: Kappa Gamma Epsilon. AUDREY LOUISE KNOX, Gamma Phi Beta . . . Enid ' Arts and Sciences Spanish Club. EMMA BETH AMBRISTER, Alpha Xi Delta . Fine Arts . Norman , I I I DAN H. CARPENTER, Phi Kappa Sigma .... Amarillo, Tex. Engineering RACHELLE S. COCKRELL ..... . Tonkawa Arts and Sciences Kappa Phi. MARY ISABELLE COOPER ..,...... Roosevelt Fine Arts El Modjii: W. S. G. A.: president oi House Council, executive board: University Players, secretary-treasurer: Playhouse. ELNORA DAVIS, Alpha Phi ........ Seminole Fine Arts El Modjii: Choral Club: Womens Ouartette: Opera Cast: Ora- torio "Reguiem": McFarlin Church Choir. CORDELL R. DUGGINS ...... . Carter Education MONA EARLINE WALKER .... , Blair Education C. M. KILGORE, Alpha Sigma Phi ........ ldabel Business Administration lazz Hounds: Accounting Club: Football Manager l935-37. LaNELLE SAMPSON, Delta Delta Delta ..... Tyler, Tex. Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A.: History Club: Social Work Club. W. D. KENDALL ........... Strong City Fine Arts Kappa Tau Pi: El Modjii: Artel: Baptist Student Union Council. WILLABEL BURKE MARTIN, Alpha Chi Omega . . . Fine Arts Playhouse: Y. W. C. A.: El Modjii. IAMES DALE MCCLUNG ..... Education . El Reno . . . Norman Phi Delta Kappa. IANE THOMPSON ....... Arts and Sciences Chi Delta Phi: Oklahoma Daily, Society Executive Council. EDITH MAY WISE ....... Chi Upsikmh Arts and Sciences MEREDITH V. MYATT, Chi Omega . . Arts and Sciences Hestia: Oikonomia: Y. W. C. A. ROBERT WENDELL TOMBERLIN .... 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Fine Arts Choral Club, Choral Union. MARY MARGARET HIPPARD, Alpha Phi . Arts and Sciences Hestia. GEORGE PRICE, Delta Tau Delta .... Business Administration FRANCES I. RITCHIE ....... Fine Arts Pi Zeta Kappa: Sigma Alpha Iotap Alpha Mocliii. LEON R. GILLUM ....... Business Administration Rui-Neks: Accounting Cluloy Delta Sigma Pi. IOHNNIE L. HIGGINS, Alpha Chi Omega . Fine Arts Sigma Alpha Iota: Choral Club, Choral Union. IAMES MILTON MARTIN ...... Engineering Engineers' Club: Physics Club, Oklahoma Academy of Science. TRUDY GOODWIN, Alpha Xi Delta . . . Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A.: Social Work Club, Vice-presid ROBERT N. PHELPS ....... Business Administration Accounting Club, treasurer. LOIS ARLENE OAKES, Alpha Chi Omega . Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A.: Hestiay Kappa Phi. LEANDER MCALISTER, Acacia ,.... Engineering Band: A. I. M. M. E., Petroleum Engineer Clulo. AMANDA LEE DURHAM, Chi Omega . . Education Y. W. C. A. IESS C. TIDMORE ....... Pharmacy Kappa Psi: Galen, O. U. Ph. A., chairman ROBERT DUANE BARKER ...... Arts and Sciences HELEN HURST, Pi Beta Phi ..... Arts and Sciences LORALU DEAN .....,.. Arts and Sciences Camera Clulog Polo and Riding Association. FLOYD D. PRATT ....... Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi. Page 273 Business Administration Arts and Sciences Oikonomia: Omicron Nug Y. W. C. A. Law Business Administration MARY CATHERINE FRANKLIN ....... Fine Arts Y. W. C. A. Cabinet. Law presidentq Phi Mu Alpha: Skeleton Key. MORENE WARREN, Alpha Chi Omega ..... Omega. . . Clarlcsville, Tex. . Ringling . Watonga . . , Addington . . Oklahoma City Lambda Deltag El . . . . . Erick . Lone Wolf . Waxahachie, Tex. fa . . . . Miami ent. . . Beaver . . Ponca City . Big Springs, Tex. s' Cluby Engineers' . . . Olceene . . . . Carnegie program committee. . . . Kaw City . Oklahoma City . . Cushing . . Sapulpa Kappa Kappa Psip Alpha Pi Mug Scabloard and Blade. MARY GIBSON, Kappa Kappa Gamma .... Oklahoma City Panhellenicp Y. W. C. A.: Kappa Kappa Gamma, president. EDNA EARL KING, Pi Beta Phi ......... Ada THOMAS L. BLAKEMORE, Sigma Chi ...... Sapulpa Phi Delta Phi: Interlraternity Councilg Sigma Chi, president. BEN E. ALLEN ............. Tulsa Tahlequah Mu Phi Epsilon, Mortar Boardg El Modlii, University Symphony, MARYELLA FARLEY ..... Eldorado Education W. KENNETH SVVAN, Acacia ..... . Blackwell Business Administration IAMES KENDALL BOYD ...... . Tulsa Arts and Sciences CATHERINE GORDON, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Bartlesville Arts and Sciences Oilconornia: Y. W. C. A. NATHAN GARDNER ....... . Hobart Business Administration Rui-Nelcs. R. DALE VLIET, Pi Kappa Alpha ..,.. Oklahoma City Phi Delta Phi, presidentp Toga, president: Pi Kappa Alpha, Lone Wolf El Mcfluig Y. W. C. 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Enid Racket Club: Panhellenic. ROBERT E. SHAW, Delta Tau Delta . . . Business Administration . Pratt, Kans. Iazz I-Iounds. EDWARD ROE . ..... . Engineering . Frederick Sigma Tau. IIM M. HEWGLEY, Phi Kappa Psi ..... Business Administration Iazz Hounds: Bombardiers: Sooner Stati: president ot Phi Kappa Oklahoma City Psi. BETTY ADELE ANDERSON, Chi Omega . . Education VIRGINIA ENLOE, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Business Administration PATIENCE FRANCELIA SEWELL, Pi Beta Phi .... Clinton Alpha Lambda Delta: Sigma Alpha Iota: Chi Delta Phi: Pi Mu Epsilon: Phi Beta Kappa: Mortar Board: Engineers' Queen 1936: W. S. G. A. Cabinet: Student Activities Committee: Big Sister Committee ot Y. W. C. A.: Student Activities Trust Fund Com- mittee: Racket Club, treasurer: president ot Pi Beta Phi. WILLIAM OTHO SMYTHE, Delta Upsilon . . . Oklahoma City Arts and Sciences KATI-IRYN FORD, Kappa Alpha Theta . . Shawnee Fine Arts Oklahoma City . Ardmore Choral Club. BEATRICE HATHORN, Delta Delta Delta . , Wichita Falls, Tex. Fine Arts I I CHARLES BEIBEL ......... Oklahoma City Business Administration Phi Eta Sigma: Beta Gamma Sigma. LILA MARIE BRANNEN ....... Aspermont, Tex. Arts and Sciences RUTH WADLEY ........ Business Administration FAYE NORTON ........ Arts and Sciences Pi Zeta Kappa: Kappa Delta Pi: Baptist Student Union. SPENCE ROWAN, Phi Delta Theta . . . Engineering Scabbard and Blade: Iazz Hounds. HELEN OLIVETTE ARNOLD, Alpha Phi . . . Norman . . . . Norman Wharton, Tex. Oklahoma City Education IOE WARREN ROBINETT, Phi Kappa Sigma . . Oklahoma City Engineering Tennis: Iazz Hounds. I-I. MARGUERITE BURNS ..... . Stratford Arts and Sciences Omicron Nu: Hestia. IONNIE MAURINE LOLLAR ..... . Wayne Arts and Sciences Oikonomia: I-Iestia: Y. W. C. A. LANTIS HASKELL LEMON ...... . Enid Business Administration Bombardiers: Accounting Club. IEANNE HALLAM, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Ft. Sill Arts and Sciences HARRY G. FAIR, Phi Kappa Sigma . . . 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MARY MARGARET WOODRUFP, Aloha Phi .... Sapulpa Arts and Sciences W. S. G. A., judiciary board: Y. W. C. A.: Advertising Club: secretary oi Alpha Phi. CHARLES ED PETERSON, Delta Upsilon . . Wichita Falls, Tex. Engineering Sigma Tau: Scabloard and Blade: Bombardiers: Skeleton Key: St. Pat's Council: Rui-Neks: Interfraternity Council: P. E. Club: A. I. M. M. E.: Engineers' Club. ROBERT H. CARD, Phi Delta Theta ...... Medford Business Administration LUCILLE HODGSON, Delta Gamma ..... Wichita, Kans. Business Administration Y. W. C. A.: Accounting Club: Intramural Council. KATHRYN KEEGAN, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . . . Lawton H . Arts and Sciences estia. MIGNON LINDSAY, Phi Mu .... . Tulsa Y- W- C- A' Education LOUISE SOPHIA NIEMANN, Pi Beta Phi . . Ponca City Arts and Sciences . Sterling ---... . El Reno EDWIN A. LLOYD . . Law Muskogee Kappa Kappa Psi. OBERA WHORTON .... Education . . Lexington Pi Epsilon Alpha: Y. W. C. A. TELMA L. KASBAUM . . Education . . Norman Y. W. C. A. WILLIAM I. 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Clulgiq Engineers' Club. HAZEL BRADSTREET, Garnrna Phi Beta . . Arts and Sciences Ducks' Clulig lriirarnural Council, secretary. IOHN A. C?E'l"l'Y, Delta Tau Delia . . . Engineering Scalilfarl anrl Blfirlr-5 Engineers' Clulny P. E BETSY EDITH BILLINGS, Kappa Kappa Gamma Fine Arts Y. W. C. A. BERNIE KARCHMER, Sigma Alpha Mu . . Business Aclrninistration Accounting Cluli MILDRED ANN COOPER, Kappa Alpha Theta Education LOUIS O. BARI"lE'l"ll, Alpha Sigma Phi . . Engineering lain I-lriuriflsx P. E. Clulwg Varsity Baseivall Mana gl-'iii -ii Alpha Sigma Phi. LOUISE BROWIXI NEWMAN .... . Arts and Sciences Oii:'iir.+:iiiaq H-fisliap Y. W. C. A, RUSSEL SIGLER, Phi Kirppa Sigma . . Engineering Taxi B521 Pi: A. S. lil. E. , 1,- ,pg -sc Sn.-. , Guthrie . Miami . . Boise City Breckenridge, Tex. . Grand Island, Nels, . . Kaw Cily , Club, . . Tulsa . Tulsa . Muskogee . . Watonga ger l937p Presi- . Oklahoma City . 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Arts and Sciences DREWSILLA WILSON BEAMS, Gamma Phi Beta , Arts and Sciences Oikonomia: Y. W. C. A.: Hestia, president. HELEN FAST, Delta Delta Delta .... t Education 1 CHARLES W. I-IIMES, Phi Delta Theta . . , Engineering Club: Quartet. NEDRA ELAINE OCHENRIDER, Alpha Phi . I Fine Arts El Modlii. GLEN ROBERT BAYLESS ...... Arts and Sciences l semester: Sports Editor of l937 SOONER. LUCIUS S. SMITH, IR ........... Norman Business Administration Delta Sigma Pi: Phi Eta Sigma: Accounting Club, president: Marketing and Management Club: Whos Who in American Uni- versities: Freshmen Cup: Togo, secretary-treasurer: Phi Alpha Delta. GEORGIANA ASPLEY ......... Denison, Tex. Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A.: English Club. fr E5 DORIS MINOR ........ . Altus : Arts and Sciences Y. W. C. A.: I-lestia: Oikonomia. IAMES PIPINES . . . Engineering . . Midland Park, N. I. '-rv? Alpha Chi Sigma: Sigma Tau: A.I.Ch.E,: Engineers' Club: IM. A. EVELYN ALLEN . . . Education . . . . Olcemah GORDON E. TAYLOR ..... . Blair Engineering A. I. E. E.: Sigma Tau: Bombardiers. EDITH BENEDICT ........ . Wetumlca Arts and Sciences G. WILBERT MURATET, IR. ...... . Tulsa Business Administration Kappa Tau Pi: Y. M. C. A.: I. M. A. Keyman. MARY LOUISE MCELWEE, Delta Gamma . . . Ft. Smith, Ark. Arts and Sciences -Mortar Board Honor Class: Mortar Board: W. S. G. A. Executive Board: Racket Club: Rifle Team: W. A. A., president. GERALDINE FRENSLEY ......... Ardmore Business Administration Accounting Club: Business Girls' Club, president: Pi Epsilon Alpha, vice-president, GORDON WILBUR, Phi Kappa Sigma . . Ponca City Engineering SHIRLEY VIRGINIA DANDRIDGE ....... Norman Arts and Sciences Pi Zeta Kappa: Chi Delta Phi: English Club: Thalian. DOROTHY ELNA SIMS, Delta Gamma ..... Mangum Arts and Sciences FRANK E. ELLIOTT, Acacia ...... . Blanchard Business Administration Ruff Neks. BETTY ROWLAND, Kappa Alpha Theta .,.... Enid Arts and Sciences W. A. A., vice-president: Racquet Club, president: Ducks' Club: Social Work Club: Vice-President of Kappa Alpha Theta. DICK WEGENER: Phi Delta Theta ....... Walters Engineering Iazz Hounds: Scabbard and Blade. MELVA COLLINS, Pi Beta Phi ....... Claremore Arts and Sciences Eta Sigma Phi: Choral Club: Las Dos Americas: Y. W. C. A. IOHN H. HALLEY, Phi Kappa Psi ..... Oklahoma City Arts and Sciences Scabbard and Blade. Sigma Alpha Iota: Choral Club: Opera: Y. . , Norman Oklahoma City Bombardiers: Scabbard and Blade: Y. M.C. A. Cabinet. Orchesis: Y.W.C.A,: Spanish Club: President oi W. C, Oklahoma City Gamma Phi Oklahoma City Neodeshzr, Karts, . . Norman A. Cabinet: . Shawnee . Abilene, Tex. . El Reno . . Norman Delta Beta Chi: Scabbard and Blade: Engineers' Club: Glee . lraan, Tex. . . 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J '0 f 0,. ,0 0 Q' , O : O Q .0 0 0 , 0 ' ROBERT L. GRADY, Phi Gamma Delta .... Oklahoma City Law Scabbard and Blade, Ruf Neks, President of Phi Gamma Delta. CHARLES PRICE ATCI-IISON, Sigma Nu ...... Afton Business Administration OZRO ONAS ALLMON . . . . Walters Business Administration Accounting Club, Director of I. M. A. RAY RICHARD SHAW ....- --... N Orman Pharmacy Kappa Psi, Band, O. U. Pharmaceutical association. L. A. TRAUTMAN ..... Norman Engineering Engineers' Club, A. I. E. E., vice-chaiman. STUART M. PORTER, Kappa Alpha Muskogee Business Administration CHARLES BYRON BOLAR . . Gotebo Arts and Sciences Men's Council, Student Discipline Committee. ANDREW C. WILLIAMS, Kappa Sigma . . . McAleste1 Business Administration IOHN M. WHEELER, IR., Pi Kappa Alpha . . . . Tulsa Law ROBERT H. MITCHELL ....... . Wynnewood Business Administration ISAAC PIERCE, Alpha Sigma Phi .... . Agra Engineering ARTHUR LeROY ELLSWORTH, Alpha Tau Omega . . . El Reno Arts and Sciences Who's Who in American Universities, Skeleton Key, Pe-et, Dads' Day Cup l937-38, Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Tau Omega, president. PWM Wh IAMES ALEX CHEEK, Sigma Nu ..... Oklahoma City Arts and Sciences Varsity Polo Team, lazz Hounds, Scabbard and Blade. ERNEST M. HASKELL, Delta Tau Delta .... Wichita, Kans. Engineering Tau Beta Pi, P. E. Club, Track, St. Pat's Council, President of Delta Tau Delta. VERNE V. LONG, Sigma Chi ...... Oklahoma City Business Administration Swimming Team. HAROLD CARL HARPER, Delta Tau Delta ..... Tulsa Law Frances Bar, chief justice, Inter-Bar Council, vice-president. ANNA TERESA BRADY Pine Arts ..... Grimes IOE A. TUCKER, Delta Upsilon ...... Oklahoma City Engineering P. E. Club, Engineers' Club. ROBERT W. BUTLER .......... Sapulpa Arts and Sciences Alpha Epsilon Delta, Alpha Pi Mu, Rui Neks, treasurer, Inter- traternity Council. FRANK P. VANCE, IR ....... . Oklahoma City A I Ch E Engineering STEPHEN HAMILTON KING, Alpha Sigma Phi . . Millbrook, N. Y. Engineering Rui Neks, Men's Council, St. Pat's Council, Engineers' Club, P. E. Club, Geological Engineers' Club. STEVE E. NATHMAN ....... . Ponca City Business Administration Accounting Club, Newman Club. DAVID SIDNEY HARNED ..... . Walters I. M. A., director. Pharmacy' WILLIAM A. ALLEN ...... . Ramona Engineering A. S. M. E., Engineers' Club. BEN LOVELL ROBERTSON, Beta Theta Pi ..... Nowata Business Administration Skeleton Key, Iazz Hounds, Scabbard and Blade, president. R. MANSEL KERSEY .......... Wewoka Engineering Delta Beta Chi, El Modjii. DOROTHY NELL PENNER, Delta Delta Delta . . Norman Arts and Sciences LIONEL E. EDWARDS, Phi Kappa Sigma ..., Ponca City Engineering lazz Hounds, lnterfraternity Council, Skeleton Key, P. E. Club, Engineers' Club. SIDNEY SELINGER, Phi Beta Delta ....... Tulsa Arts and Sciences Rui Neks, Varsity Yell Leader, International Relations Club. LURLINE KRAET, Delta Delta Delta ....... Norman Arts and Sciences Polo and Riding Association, Racket Club, Ducks' Club. nf ' 6-P .. G- Y . 6 41.2. It ':'L 2 RQ..- vn- , 3-6- . FRANK PAUL FR1-tscAr'1 ...... North Bergen, N. 1. Engineering in Intramural Handball. HOWARD GLENN BAYLIS, Phi Gamma Delta . Arts and Sciences lazz Hounds. BURDETTE CONNOR SMITH, Delta Tau Delta Law Phi Delta Phi. LOUIS C. ROSS, Phi Gamma Delta . Law Iazz Hounds: Scabbard and Blade. HERMAN LUDWIG BRANDT .... Arts and Sciences Phi Eta Sigma: Phi Beta Kappa: Associate Epsilon Delta. GEORGIE MERLE WILLSON . . . Fine Arts Q iv- Band: Orchestra. C. MORRISON STEPHENS, Phi Kappa Sigma Engineering Iazz Hounds, Delta Beta Chi: Sigma Tau. IOE T, MARTIN, Phi Gamma Delta . . . Law FRANCES ORR NORTHCUTT, Delta Gamma Arts and Sciences MILDRED CARROLL REDDING .,., Arts and Sciences Chi Upsilon. CLAIRE IACOBSON, Sigma Delta Tau . . Arts Panhellenic: Y. W. C. A, MARY ELIZABETH KEYS . and Sciences ,- 'C . YQ, :E 1? Arts and Sciences G I MAX ALBERT PISCHEL, Phi Gamma Delta . . Tulsa - Law A gf Phi Delta Phi. , .X 'E ' NORMAN DALE LEMMONS .... . Tipton -' f' -lqfflglf Pharmacy 7 Kappa Psi. V J. Mosr Loomis, in ....... . . . Norman A Engineering l A. I. M. M. E.: P. E, Club: Engineers' Club: Bombardiers. GEORGIE MERLE WILLSON ........ Frederick Fine Arts 'W Band: Orchestra. EARL WESTMORELAND, IR., Kappa Sigma . . Antlers Arts and Sciences Rui Neks: President oi Senior Class l938. LEVI GENE HARRIS ....... . Paris, Ark. Education SAM O. HARRIS ...,.. . Sallisaw Education Men's Glee Club: Band. OVIS LORRAINE CARPENTER .... . . . Ada Pharmacy Galen: O. U. Ph. A.: Rho Chi: Lambda Kappa JEAN E. DELIGANS ....... Engineering A. I. M. E.: P. E, Club. CLARA G. MORTON ALGE, Gamma Phi Beta Arts and Sciences IOHN KAYSER, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Arts and Sciences Scabbard and Blade. RAYMON DAIL CLEMENT, Kappa Alpha . Law WILLIAM K. KING ....... Business Administration Scabbard and Blade: Varsity Polo Team, I935-36. CLAYTON F. FONDREN ...... Business Administration I-IANS IILOVSKY, Phi Beta Delta ..... Vienna, Austria Engineering DICK L. GILLEY, Alpha Tau Omega .... Oklahoma City Arts and Sciences Who's Who in American Universities: Phi Beta Kappa: Skele- ton Key: Senate: Phi Eta Sigma, president: Kappa Tau Pi: Presidenfs Class, 1937: Pi Sigma Alpha, vice- president: Pe-et, secretary: Checkmate: Y. M. C. A.: Chief Ius- tice Marshall Bar. MURPHY KENNEDY LENTS, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Duncan Sigma. . . . Hartshorne . Wilmington, Dela. . . Chickasha . Muskogee . . Oklahoma City . . Oklahoma City Delta Sigma Rho: Engineering CHRISTIAN L. SHEEDY, Pi Kappa Alpha . Engineering Engineers' Club: M. E. A. I. M. P. E. Club: . . Wichita, Kans. A. I. M. E.: P. E. Club: American Chemical Society: First Place Arkansas City, Kans. . . Tulsa . Tulsa Oklahoma City Sigma Xi: Alpha . . Frederick Oklahoma City . Oklahoma City . Oklahoma City . 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Muskogee Business Administration Ramblers: Business Management and Marketing Club. IOHN S. SHEILDS, Kappa Alpha ...... . . Tulsa Engineering S. A. E.: A. S. M. E.: Engineers' Club. I. CLARKE SELMAN, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Oklahoma City Ruf Neks. Business Administration OTTO IOE M. SMITH, Alpha Tau Omega ..... Stillwater Engineering Phi Eta Sigma: Kappa Tau Pi: Phi Lambda Upsilon: Phi Kappa Phi: Senate: Engineers' Club: A. I. E. E. GEORGE MILLER, IR. . Law ..... Norman Phi Delta Phi: Baptist Student Union: League of Young Demo- crats. GEORGE HENRY NEWTON, Kappa Alpha . . . Mcfllester Arts and Sciences Scabbarcl and Blade. DONALD FRANCIS BAILEY, Delta Tau Delta . . Bartlesville Business Administration M. RAY SHAPFER, Delta Tau Delta . . . . Bartlesville Engineering Pi Tau Sigma: P. E. Club: A. I. M. E. DOROTHY V. LONDON, Chi Omega . . Education Oklahoma City League of Young Democrats: Y. W. C. A.: International Relations Club. BILL P. MARTIN, Phi Delta Theta ....... Blackwell Business Administration Skeleton Key: Accounting Club: "O" Club: Pe-et, president: Varsity Basketball and Tennis. EDWARD MARRIOTT SCHLAFPKE . ..... Electra, Tex. Engineering St. Pat's Council, secretary: P. E. Club, secretary. BETTY IO CHITWOOD, Chi Omega ...... Norman Arts and Sciences Theta Sigma Phi, president: Pi Zeta Kappa: Society Editor ot Oklahoma Daily, summer l936. V I IAMES H. BEARLY, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . Business Administration Psi Chi. ALVIN H. SMITH ........ Arts and Sciences ROBERT M. DECKER, Alpha Tau Omega . . Engineering . Oklahoma City . . . Newkirk Oklahoma Daily Staff: Publication Board: Sigma Delta Chi. Parkersburg, W. Va. . CHARLES G. SHULL, Sigma Nu ........ Hugo Business Administration ,pus I GEORGE D. RIFFE, Pi Kappa Alpha ....... Tyrone Business Administration Rui Neks: Intramural Manager: Interfraternity Council. AARON MESIROW, Phi Beta Delta ....... Tulsa Law President's Class: Intertraternity Council: President of Phi Beta Delta. ADRIAN VAN HERWYNEN ..... . Norman Arts and Sciences DAVID E. REED, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . . . Tulsa Arts and Sciences WILLIAM DEAN HARBERT ..... . Dewey Engineering Tau Beta Pi: A. I. Ch. E.: Engineers' Club. IACK S. ROBERTS, Sigma Nu ...... Little Rock, Ark. Business Administration GEORGE ALLEN INGLIS ...... . . Norman Business Administration Bombardiers: Iazz Hounds: Band. I-IORACE W. RAY ....... . Edmond Engineering Band. GEORGE I. MCLERNON, IR., Phi Kappa Sigma ..... Tampico, Tamaluipas, Mexico Engineering Engineers' Club: P. E. Club. U ' Q E. R. DeWEESE ........ . Hugo I " Arts and Sciences , Sigma Delta Chi. E 'Is' . B. P. WALTS, Sigma Chi ...... lndependence, Kans. I ' Engineering i P. E. Club: A. I. M. E.: Engineers' Club. DAN RALLS, Kappa Alpha ..... . Comanche Business Administration IUANITA HELEN CASH, Chi Omega . ..... Shawnee Business Administration Racket Club: Y. W. C. A.: W. S. G. A.: Iudicial Council. IMOGENE WILSON, Chi Omega ........ Hooker Education Y. W. C. A.: League oi Young Democrats. GERALD LIEPPMAN Phi Beta Delta loseph Mo. R FLEMING CRUMLEY IR Roll ALBERT R BROWN Prague lACK BRITAIN Kappa Sigma Shawnee 1:7 SYD SHAW Oklahoma City VINCENT B APPLETON Buffalo DON MCVAY Alpha Tau Omega Altus WAYNE MITCHELL ALLEN Delta Tau Delta Erick HELEN KRISTINA ANDERSON Delta Delta Delta Norman HOWARD LEE EITTS Delta Tau Delta Bartlesville i CI-IAS A KOTHE IR Law Norman R EARLE WRIGHT Sigma Chi Okrnulgee f ELLIS LANGHAM BROWN Sigma Alpha Epsilon Duncan BILL BROSSEAU Phi Gamma Delta Oklahoma City , SUE ADDINGTON Hammon BILL KERR Law Oklahoma City 5 Q IOHN H STEWART Sigma Nu Oklahoma City IACK E CAMPBELL Law Drumright WILLIAM I. HEERWALD ..... Arts and Sciences . Manitou ANNA NELL ROBERTS, Chi Omega ....... Duncan Fine Arts Sigma Alpha Iota: Y. W. C. A. Cabinet: Publication Board, Covered Wagori Staff. WALTER KLEINMAN, Sigma Alpha Mu . . . Dallas, Tex. Law TYDEIL SARAH BRINGI-IURST, Kappa Alpha Theta . . 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CHARLES GORE LA REAU ...... . . Norman Business Administration BILL LUCAS, Delta Tau Delta ...... Business Administration Ruf Neks. NORMAN E. SCI-IULTZ ..... . Washington, D. C. Engineering Rui Neks: A. S. Ch. E. IOHN DAVID BRADLEY, Acacia .... . Kingfisher Arts and Sciences MRS. EDNA BENNET HEFFNER .... . Shawnee Business Administration HOWARD WILSON, Sigma Chi ...... Arts and Sciences SOONER Yearbook Staff: Editor ot Oklahoma Daily, summer, l937: Managing Editor of Oklahoma Daily, l93'7-38: President's Class: Sigma Delta Chi, vice-president: Rui Neks: Senate Club. , Q fi A Sy 9 I 47 A i .Wa t ,, 4 ,N ,Yi ft -: QU- Oklahoma City Oklahoma City HAROLD COPE KIRKPATRICK .... . Wewoka Arts and Sciences PRED A. IONES, Delta Tau Delta . . . Dallas, Tex. Law C. MCFERRON GITTINGER, Sigma Chi ....... Tulsa Arts and Sciences Bombardiers: Scabbard and Blade: Men's Glee Club: Track, IACK COLLIER, Alpha Tau Omega ....... Norman Fine Arts Kappa Kappa Psi: Men's Council: Band President: Symphony. IOHN D. SAINT ............ Norman Business Administration LOUISE ADELE PERKINS, Pi Beta Phi . . . . Midland, Tex. Eine Arts Y. W. C. A.: Choral Club. IOHN DONALD PRENDERGAST, Phi Kappa Sigma . Oklahoma City Engineering WILLIAM A. STUBBS, Sigma Chi ....... Collinsville Arts and Sciences Scabbard and Blade: Skeleton Key: Senate Club: Intramural Boxing: Polo. IULIAN l. ROTHBAUM .... Law . H artshorne Men's Council, president. IACK BAER, Kappa Sigma ......... Shawnee Education Phi Delta Kappa, president: Kappa Hounds. LEO TEX KOSOFSKY, Sigma Alpha Mu Kappa Psi: Band: lazz . Port Washington, N. Y. Education GLYNN DeHASS, Alpha Sigma Phi . , . . Drummond Engineering FRED V. SHIRLEY ....... . Hitchcock Law lazz Hounds: Websterian: Monnet Bar. IEAN ANDRES ........ . Norman Arts and Sciences Kappa Beta: Pi Mu Epsilon, RICHARD T. WYCHE, Sigma Chi .... . Norman Arts and Sciences HUBERT GIBSON, Pi Kappa Alpha ..... . Grove Law' Rui Neks: Skeleton Key: Interfraternity Council. LUCILLE DAVIS PLOG ........ Van Buren, Ark. Education HUBERT W. DAUBENHEYER, Delta Upsilon . . Oklahoma City Engineering Sigma T A E. E.: Engineers' Club. IOE I. WRIGHT, Pi Kappa Alpha .... Business Administration Bombarcliers: Accounting Club. IOHNNY PARRISH ....... Fine Arts El Modjii: Boxing Club. EARL BERNARD SCHUMAN, Phi Beta Delta . Engineering Bombardiers: Physics Club: German Club. H. PAUL PLIPPIN ........ Arts and Sciences sal' iz Neks. WILSON MOORE, Phi Delta Theta . . . Arts and Sciences EDWIN RICHARD PAGE, IR ...... Engineering Scabbard and Blade: A.I.E. E.: Alpha Sigma WILMA NOWLIN MAXEY ..... Education 55' Thalian. CLYDE E. DAVIS, Phi Delta Theta . . Engineering Geological Engineers' Club. WALTER DEAN HART, Beta Theta Pi . . Arts and Sciences Polo: Senate Club: Scabbard and Blade. PHYLLIS IEANNE BLANCHARD, Pi Beta Phi . Pine Arts Orchesis: University Players: El Modiii. COLOUITT SYKES, Beta Theta Pi . . . Arts and Sciences EVERETT REX MORRIS ....... Fine Arts i 'Y A SHELDON HENRY CROCKER, Pi Kappa Alpha . . Dallas, Tex. Business Administration E lazz Hounds. WALTER M. HARRISON, IR., Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Oklahoma City Arts and Sciences Skeleton Key: Checkmate: Editor oi l938 SOONER Yearbook. MILTON IAY GORDON, Phi Beta Delta . Engineering Delta Beta Chi: Bombardiers: Rui Neks. CECIL COLEMAN GARNER .... Hestia. Arts and Sciences HERBERT VAN ZANT ..... Arts and Sciences Covered Wagon Staff: Publications Board: Editor at Sooner 75: Camera Club. . . . . . Tulsa . . Lexington . . . . . Duncan IOHN T. COOPER, IR. . Law ..... Wewoka I. M. A. Director: lazz Hounds: Student Dance Manager. MCCOY I. EWERT, Delta Upsilon ....... Lindsay Skeleton Key. Law CLARK A. GRUVER, Delta Upsilon ..... Augusta, Kans. Engineering Sigma Tau: Bombardiers: A. I. M. E.: Engineers' Club: P. E. Club. ELPREDA BABCOCK, Chi Omega ....... El Reno Arts and Sciences Alpha Lambda Delta: Ducks' Club: English Club: Mortar Board Honor Class. IOSEPH THOMAS PRENDERGAST, Phi Kappa Sigma Oklahoma City Engineering ROBERT R. MCCRACKEN, Beta Theta Pi . . . Oklahoma City Law Bombardiers: Scabbard and Blade: Iazz Hounds: Phi Delta Phi. EVELYN BRADEN, Pi Beta Phi ..... Nashville, Tenn. Arts and Sciences Racket Club: English Club: French Club: Philosophy Council. PAUL DENNIS BOWLEN, Pi Kappa Alpha .... Tyler, Tex. Engineering EDWARD FRANCIS HUBBARD, Kappa Alpha . . Frederick Business Administration Scabbard and Blade: Bombardiers. IANE NEWMAN ......... South Coffeyville Arts and Sciences Chi Delta Phi, president: Pi Zeta Kappa: El Mocljii: House Council. HERBERT A. WOODARD, Delta Upsilon ...... Tulsa Engineering Sigma Tau: Bombardiers: A. I. E. E.: St. Pat's Council: Rui Neks. CLARENCE D. NORTHCUTT ........ Lexington Law Kappa Tau Pi, National president in l938, local president in 1937: Y. M. C. A. Cabinet: Marshall Bar: Inter-bar Council. BENSON W. CAMPBELL, IR., Beta Theta Pi .... 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Arts and Sciences ELOISE IEANNE RODKEY, Delta Delta Delta . Pine Arts DORIS ALAINE COOK, Gamma Phi Beta . Arts and Sciences IOHN GORDON BELCHER .... Business Administration BETTY BARBOUR, Kappa Kappa Gamma . Arts and Sciences MARGARET ELIZABETH ELLIOTT Arts and Sciences SIDNEY DALTON WILLIAMS . Arts and Sciences Us amrna . Durant . . Chickasha . Norman . . Tulsa . Dallas, Tex. . Mangum . Muskogee . Okmulgee . . . Altus . Oklahoma City . Anadarko . . Blackwell . Oklahoma City . Anadarko . Edmond . Tulsa . Enid . Shawnee . Chickasha . Wynnewood TOSA PHILENA ANDERSON, Delta Delta Delta Education PHEBE IANE BOLIN, Gamma Phi Beta . . Arts and Sciences BETTY BRADEN, Delta Gamma . Arts and Sciences GUS BEALMEAR, Phi Delta Theta . . Engineering DONALD WRIGHT, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Law FRANK RUDELL SWAN, Phi Delta Theta . Business Administration DONNA HEASLEY, Kappa Alpha Theta . Pine Arts HELEN ELIZABETH RIBEYRE, Pi Beta Phi . Education DELBERT MCCOMAS, Acacia . . . Business Administration BETTY LOU HORNE, Kappa Alpha Theta . Arts and Sciences PATRICIA IANE WEBSTER, Gamma Phi Beta . V Arts and Sciences BILLIE LOUISE PARSHALL, Kappa Kappa Gamma Business Administration FLOYD WARNE GOOCH, Beta Theta Pi . . Engineering V Business Administration MARY IEAN CLARK ...... Fine Arts R. B. YADON, IR., Kappa Sigma . . . . Law IRENE RHODA HARBER, Kappa Kappa Gamma Arts and Sciences ROBERTA LEE SHARP, Alpha Chi Omega . Arts and Sciences HELENE MOORE PRIESTER, Alpha Chi Omega Arts and Sciences LOUIS ARTHUR WEST .... Arts and Sciences VIOLA HATFIELD, Gamma Phi Beta . Arts and Sciences IOAN FAST, Kappa Kappa Gamma . Business Administration AGNES DALE . . Arts and Sciences B. F. PORTIS . . Arts and Sciences CHARLOTTE SHEPHERD, Pi Beta Phi . Arts and Sciences ANNA RUTH TURNER Education MARION R. SHUMARD Arts and Sciences YNN LUCI MARIL MARGARET ANNA MCKENNEY, Delta Gamma . . . Guthrie . Forgan . McAlester . Blackwell . Blackwell . Konawa . Tulsa . Tulsa . Blackwell . McAlester Oklahoma City . . Depew . loplin, Mo. . Addington Canadian, Tex. . Woodward . Seminole Oklahoma City St. Louis, Mo. . Mooreland Oklahoma City . Muskogee . . Altus Fairfax, Mo. . Norman . Frederick . Sapulpa LLE LACK ........ Mt. View -fm RUTH K. MILLER, Delta Gamma . . . Marlow Fine Arts DONALD W. MCCAULEY, Kappa Sigma . . Okmulgee Arts and Sciences KATHRYN LOUISE LATHIM, Gamma Phi Beta . . Muskogee Education WILLIAM H. WHEATLEY ....... . Tulsa Engineering MARGARET QUEEN THOMPSON, Delta Delta Delta . . . Tulsa Fine Arts PHOEBE IANE CHENAULT, Pi Beta Phi . . Wichita Falls, Tex. Fine Arts IOHN FREDERICK CALHOUN, Phi Kappa Sigma Business Administration Sand Springs PATRICIA I. CONNOR, Chi Omega .... Wichita Falls, Tex. Fine Arts MARIORIE CARROLL REPLOGLE, Kappa Kappa Gamma Oklahoma City Arts and Sciences GUY HERRING UNDERWOOD, Sigma Chi . . Vtfichita Falls, Tex. Business Administration MARTHA INDUS TROSPER, Delta Delta Delta Oklahoma City Education THOMAS EUGENE MORT ..... . . Dewar Engineering - MARGUERITE MCALPINE, Pi Beta Phi . Waiters L Q Business Administration NATHALEE YARMUK ..,. . Lawton in Pharmacy 5. MIRIAM E. PATTON ..... . Claremore I 'V' Fine Arts V MARTHA LOU MERRILL, Gamma Phi Beta . Oklahoma City A Q Arts and Sciences ELVIRA VERNETTA BROOKS, Alpha Phi . . Bartlesville Arts and Sciences - KATHRYN IANE HAYDEN, Pi Beta Phi ...... Tulsa 0- ' 6- Arts and Sciences ' X CAROLINE SYLVIA LINDENBAUM, Sigma Delta Tau El Dorado, Kans. ' Fine Arts , HELEN FRANCES DONNELL ........ Waynoka 2,72 Arts and Sciences FLORENCE RUTH HATCHER .... . Arapaho Education IOHN PATRICK MCNAUGHTON, Sigma Nu . . Miami Arts and Sciences MARGARET ELIZABETH STALLINGS . . . . McAlester Fine Arts CONSTANCE DIEHL SHAW, Alpha Phi . Arts and Sciences IACK MERRITT ........ Business Administration ROXANNE PLUMMER, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Muskogee Arts and Sciences MARY ELLIS TACK, Pi Beta Phi .... . . Tulsa Fine Arts DALE MCLAIN ....... . Woodward Arts and Sciences WILBUR E. MCMURTRY, Phi Delta Theta . . , Wichita, Kans. Engineering MARGARET HELEN NORTH, Alpha Chi Omega . . . Wewoka Arts and Sciences EILEEN STEPHENSON, Kappa Alpha Theta . . Arts and Sciences IACK W. POUNDS, Sigma Nu .... Business Administration KATHRINE BRETCH, Pi Beta Phi .... Pine Arts DOROTHY EVORENE MORGAN, Gamma Phi Beta . . . Norman Arts and Sciences BETTY BOGENSCHUTZ, Pi Beta Phi . . Oklahoma City Fine Arts GERALDINE EBERLE, Delta Delta Delta . . . . . Moore Education DOYLE CARLYLE ALEXANDER, Phi Gamma Delta . Borger, Tex. Engineering MAURINE FRANCES SHIELDS, Delta Delta Delta . . . Enid Arts and Sciences MARIAN BECK, Kappa Alpha Theta . . Miami Arts and Sciences IACK EWING WILSON, Beta Theta Pi . . . Norman Business Administration PHYLLIS ADAIR PAYNE, Delta Gamma . . Oklahoma City Business Administration BETTY YOUNG, Delta Gamma . . 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RAYMOND . . Business Administration E. L. EVANS, Delta Tau Delta ...... Arts and Sciences MARGARET RUTH STALDER, Kappa Kappa Gamma Fine Arts LOIS IUNE ADAMS, Chi Omega . . Arts and Sciences . . Okemah Oklahoma City . Haileyville . McAlester . Sapulpa . Seminole Oklahoma City . Terrell, Tex. . Ringling . Bartlesville . Purcell Oklahoma City . Norman . Gate I . Bristow . Boise City . Muskogee . Ardmore . Coalgate . Norm an ' IANET MORGAN Delta Gamma Business Administration Dennison Tex INEZ B SMITH Fine Arts BETTY BEE FESLER, Gamma Phi Beta . . Fine Arts MARY KATHRYN IONES, Alpha Chi Omega . Panama Mason City, Iowa . . . Okemah Arts and Sciences FRANCES MARIAN WOZENCRAFT, Alpha Phi Education CHARLOTTE FOGG, Pi Beta Phi .... Arts and Sciences MONT B. STEWART, Sigma Chi . . Business Administration . Seminole . . El Reno Oklahoma City IULIA BROWN RUSSELL, Delta Delta Delta . . . Lawton Education SELMA LEE HULL, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Seminole Arts and Sciences CECILE EVELYN BOMASH, Sigma Delta Tau . . Denver, Colo. Fine Arts IEAN CASTEEL ....... . Sapulpa Fine Arts LILLIAN HARRIS, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Helena Arts and Sciences G. TURNER ARMSTRONG ..... . Duncan Engineering PATRICK IAMES O'HARNETT, Phi Kappa Psi . . Tulsa Arts and Sciences DAVID DeLANA, Beta Theta Pi , . . . El Reno Arts and Sciences MARY MONIMA ANDREWS, Delta Delta Delta . McAlester Arts and Sciences IEROME M. DILLING, Alpha Tau Omega . . Fletcher Arts and Sciences BERTHA HELEN HUBBARD, Delta Delta Delta . Perkins Education SARAH HOVIS, Alpha Phi P .... . Tulsa Arts and Sciences DOROTHY IANE ROGERS, Pi Beta Phi . . . Tulsa Arts and Sciences PEGGY SABRA CLOUGHLEY, Alpha Chi Omega . . El Reno Arts and Sciences RAYMOND F. STEVENSON ..... . Davis Engineering HARRIS O. OLMSTEAD, Phi Kappa'Sigma . . Tonkawa Business Administration MARIE DAVENPORT . . 1. -. . . Duncan Education MARY IO BROCKMAN, Delta Gamma . . Tulsa Arts and Sciences ESTHER BLACKMER, Delta Delta Delta . . . Hooker Pharmacy ANN HISEL, Delta Gamma . V. . - .... Oklahoma City Fine Arts EW LO ANDR CAL WAY WILCOXEN, Phi Gamma Delta , . Muskogee BETTE LAMBERT, Pi Beta Phi . . Arts and Sciences KENNETH FRANK HARRIS, Sigma Chi . Fine Arts ELIZABETH CROSBIE, Delta Delta Delta . Arts and Sciences WILLIAM B. LOWRY, Phi Gamma Delta . Business Administration TOMMY G. COSTAKIS, Phi Delta Theta . Business Administration PATTY PHELPS, Chi Omega . . . Arts and Sciences WILSON H. GIBSON, Beta Theta Pi . Law EDWARD PEYTON MARSHALL, Phi Delta Theta Engineering LUCIA IANE CLARK, Alpha Phi . . Arts and Sciences MARTIN M. CASSITY, Phi Kappa Sigma . Arts and Sciences STANFORD ROBSON, Sigma Alpha Epsilon . Arts and Sciences ELIZABETH IANE ADAMS, Chi Omega . Fine Arts HARLAN D. IOI-INSON, Acacia . . Law BETTY NORINE BOWERS, Phi Mu .... 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Enid Fine Arts MOLLIE RANDALL ELLIS, Gamma Phi Beta . . . Muskogee Arts and Sciences RUTH LUCILE CROUCH, Gamma Phi Beta . . Wichita Falls, Tex. Fine Arts FRANCES GEORGE SHAFER, Kappa Kappa Gamma . Denison, Tex. Arts and Sciences ERMA PAIN, Gamma Phi Beta ..... Business Administration BARBARA BELLE WARR, Kappa Kappa Gamma . Business Administration IEAN COLLINS, Chi Omega . . . . Arts and Sciences . . Norman Oklahoma City Oklahoma City FRED I. PELLER, Sigma Alpha Mu . . Okmulgee Business Administration IO ANN TEMPLEMAN, Delta Gamma . . . Tulsa Arts and Sciences KATHRYN HOSEA, Kappa Kappa Gamma . . Tulsa Arts and Sciences C. LAVONNE RAYBURN, Kappa Alpha Theta .... Tulsa Arts and Sciences BARBARA ANN DORR, Chi Omega . . Grancltalls, Tex. Fine Arts NELSON DOUGHTY, Acacia . . . . . Martha Engineering BETTY RANDALL, Kappa Alpha Theta . . . Blackwell Education DOROTHY GREEN, Pi Beta Phi . . , Oklahoma City Fine Arts IOHN A. MCMAHAN, Alpha Tau Omega . . . 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A MK' . H afllg ,ww .... ,V I 5 A u 4., f 24 44 5: M A u 5 K "H if" K A -.Nw 4x4 .L L., WR?-xr gh fM5WQQzW2 , ., . V 4i , JW 'vs N fp N fa :F Af, W, '-W ,W +11 Www t fi' i y r shrti 1 "Nothing is more estirnabie than a physician Who, having studied nature Igi .h.x J Qiii it yi M H f from his youth, knows the properties of is iiii X g X the human body, the diseases which 7,525 ',i'i'i 5, I' "f' A j i X tsfh .fx ,iifis.1' 3 i assaii it, the remedies which will bene- Q f fit it, exercises his art with caution, and Q J v f pays equal attention to the rich and tfy POOL" , tttt ii'i iii i " V K A sss- so I I Mwmmi ,My ft , ft' 1 gh" g ww? RT URIE PATT M The Unive ' ERSON, Dean rsity of Oklahoma School of M edicine Page 318 A X RN 3 X , wb VM xx xmxx HX H ,xxx .Ax nw :Y" r- HOWARD ANGUS ....... . Lawton Alpha Kappa Kappa, B. S. in Medicine. PAUL L. BEIDERWELL ...... . Oklahoma City B. S. in Medicine. CLIFFORD IENNINGS BLAIR ...... Oklahoma City Phi Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, A. B., B. S. in Medicine, Alpha Chi Sigma, VANCE A. BRADFORD .......... Nowata Alpha Pi Mu, Kappa Tau Pi, Phi Chi, president 1937-38, SOONER Yearbook staff, University Interchurch Council, Oklahoma University Baptist Student Union, president, l93l-331 B. S. in Medicine. CLARENCE BUTTRAM, Sigma Chi Phi Chi, B. S. in Medicine. . . Oklahoma City IOHN I. CAWLEY, IR., Sigma Chi . . . Fairview Phi Beta Pi, B. S. in Medicine. ROBERT WILLIAM CHOICE . . . Oklahoma City B. S. in Medicine. EDWARD TIFFIN COOK, IR ...... . Anadarko Alpha Kappa Kappa, B. S, in Medicine. ALICE CORA COOPER ......... Roosevelt Iota Sigma Pi, Alpha Epsilon Iota, B. S. in Medicine. WILLIAM BURK CULWELL .... . Warner Kappa Mu Epsilon, Phi Beta Pi, B. S. CHARLES DONALD CUNNINGHAM, Pi Kappa Phi . . Konawa Phi Eta Sigma, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Chi. EDGAR A. deMEULES, IR., Phi Kappa Psi ..... Tulsa Alpha Pi Mu, Bomloardiers, Phi Beta Pi, president: B. A., B. S. in Medicine. RUDOLPH H. DEUWALL . . Ringgold, Tex. MARVIN ELKINS ............ El Reno Phi Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, Phi Eta Sigma, B. S. in Medicine. MURRAY E. GIBBENS ...... . Oklahoma City Alpha Kappa Kappa, Beta Beta Beta. MILTON R. HALL .......... . Lawton Phi Delta, Alpha Kappa Kappa, President Iunior Class in Medicine l936-37, B. S. in Medicine. ALFRED A, HELLAMS . . Oklahoma City B. S. in Medicine. ERNEST HENDERSON ....... . Frederick B. S. Arts and Sciences, B. S. in Medicine. KENNETH E. HUDSON .........,. Yale Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, Cum Laude. RHEBA LALORA HUFF .......... Norman Alpha Epsilon Iota, B. S. in Medicine. IAMES D. HUSKINS . . Wilburton Phi Beta Pi. CLYDE VINCENT KERN Alpha Pi Mu, B. S. in Medicine. . . . . . Tulsa ROBERT ALLEN KNIGHT ......... Norman Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu, Phi Chi, Toga, B. S. in Medicine. FRANK LOUIS KNOTTS ......... Stillwater Alpha Pi Mu, Kappa Kappa Psi, Phi Sigma, Phi Beta Pi, B. S. in Medicine. EUGENE B. LEY, Phi Kappa Psi , . Perry Alpha Pi Mu, Phi Beta Pi. PHILIP LOWENTHAL, Lambda Chi Alpha .... Muskogee Phi Beta Pi, Alpha Pi Mu, Ruf Neks, Congress Literary Society, B. S. in Medicine. -3 RAY N. NORTHRIP . . B. S. MURBLE H. PEARSON . St. Pat's Council, Phi Kappa, Phi Chi, B. A., B. S. T. WILLARD PRATT . . . PAUL B. RICE ..... . Delta Psi Omega, A. B. IAMES RALPH RICKS, IR ........ Eta Sigma, Pi Mu Epsilon, CHARLES E. MCARTHUH .... Nofmm, Phi Sigma, Phi Chi, A. B., A. M. ROBERT P. MESSINGER ..... Holdenville Phi Sigma, Alpha Kappa Kappa, A. B. L.EON I. MICHELSON ,..... Ro hester N Y Phi Beta Kappa, Phi Eta Sigma, A. B. . CECIL E. MILLER ....... Mangum I Phi Chi, Phi Eta Sigma, Toga, B. S. ,l VICTOR D. MILLS ....... Nash Phi Beta Pi, Phi Eta Sigma, Band I932-33 B S in Medicine f DONALD I. MINNIG ..,... Bartlesville Oklahoma City . . Norman Phi Beta . Bethany Oklahoma City Oklahoma City Phi Eta Sigma, Alpha Pi Mu, Alpha Kappa Kappa, Order of Sphinx, B. S. in Medicine. HERBERT M. SANFORD ...... Alpha Pi Mu, Phi Chi, Order of Sphinx. CHESTER R. SEBA ......... . Enid . . Leedey Ph. C., B. S. in Pharmacy, B. S. in Medicine, Order of Sphinx. IAROUD B. SMITH, IR .... Phi Chi, B. S. in Medicine. RUP ARD GLENN SMITH ........ . . Alva . Blanchard Alpha Kappa Kappa, B.S., B.S. in Medicine, Order of Sphinx. IAMES LARRY SOUTHWORTH . .... . . . Stilwell B. S. in Medicine, Vice-President Senior Class in Medicine, Order of Sphinx, Honors in Biochemistry. IOSEPH CARROLL STURGELL .... ROBERT THEODORE STURM ...... . Pawhuska Oklahoma City Osiris, Ron Ohro Ines, Alpha Kappa Kappa, A. B., Magna Cum Laude, B. S. in Medicine, Theta Kappa Nu, president I934g Vice-President Sophomore Class in Medicine. LEWIS C. TAYLOR ......... Phi Eta Sigma, Phi Chi, A. B., B. S. in Medicine. . Yukon GILBERT W. TRACY .......... Cheyenne B. S. in Medicine, Order of Sphinx. A EARLE W. WARREN ........ . Pond Creek President of Senior Class, Phi Chi, A. B., B. S. in Medicine. HOMER C. WHEELER . . . . Sallisaw B. S. in Medicine. RAYMOND A. WILLIAMS ....... B. S., B. S. in Medicine, Order of Sphinx. THEODORE SHERMAN WILLIAMS . . . . . Oklahoma City . . Salina B.S. in Medicine, Secretary-treasurer of Senior Class in Medicine, Order of Sphinx. Alpha Kappa Kappa, President Freshman Class in Medi cine 1934-35, B.S. in Medicine. SAMUEL T. MOORE ...... Oklahoma City Alpha Kappa Kappa, Alpha Pi Mu, Phi Sigma University Symphony Orchestra l932-33, B. S. in Medicin .- ROY LAWRENCE NEEL ..... Chlckasha Phi Eta Sigma, President Sophomore Class in Medicine l935-36, German Club, Phi Beta Pi, president 1935 36 ALFRED A. NISBET ...... Oklahoma City Ps 'D- 3ii-QH?1f.Tw7QX1.':23QiEi5?7.. . . . . . Vi . First row, Ieii to right: Yeary, Martin, Duff, Kernek, Barkett, Tackett, Bunqardt, Benward, Swan, McCormick, Bowers. Second row: Baxter, Ledbetter, Binkley, Farnum, Mahone, Abernathy, Bush Anderson, Iren Layton. Third row: Cavener, Krause, Burks, Harms, Harrison, McGuire, Campbell, Mansur, Gordon Paul, Brawner, Kennedy, Highland. Fourth IOW! 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DAVIE WALTER K. HARTFORD GEORGE E. MEADOR FRANK H. SISLER IAMES L. DENNIS RUSSELL C. HENRY ROBERT M. MENCH WILLARD H. SMITH I. LOWELL DIXON H. MYLES IOI-INSON RALPH W. MORTON L. DUNCAN THRELKELD GEORGE E. DODSON PHYLLIS E. IONES IRON H. NELSON CLAUDE WILLIAMS KEMP DOWDY PHILLIP G. IOSEPH ELDER D. PADBERG RUSSELL H. WILSON LEROY WM. EARLEY ROBERT L. KENDALL CLARA FRANCIS PALMER GEORGE W. WINKELMAN GAFREE ELLISON HAROLD T. LEHMANN FOWLER B. 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Third row: Lester, Hesser, Salkele, Davis, Colvert, Hubbard, Kennedy, Montgomery, McClellan, Briqhtwell. Fourth row: Goggin, Guss, Colyar, Hendren, Drennen, Sandlin, Paris, Iones, Katz. Fifth row: Haberlein, Shofstall, Freeman, Witt, Weeks, McClellan, McOuoWn, Bender, Horne, Harms, Hofier, Overlay, Taylor. WILLIAM M. ALDREDGE IAMES O. ASHER HERMAN R. BENDER GEORGE E. BOMFORD HAROLD L. BOYER RICHARD I. BRIGHTWELL ELV IN LEE BUFORD WILLIAM C. COLE IAMES R. COLVERT ARDELL B. COLYAR F R E S H M E N OFFICERS ROY K. SANFORD .... . . President WILLIAM C. COLE . . . . . Vice-President WILLIAM H. REIFF ..... . . Treasurer EDWARD M. FARRIS IAMES R. KENNEDY DOYLE H. FLEETWOOD EUGENE LESTER WILLIAM R. FLOOD HAZEL I. MONTGOMERY ROBERT W. FLORENCE GERALD L. MRAZ CHARLES W. FREEMAN CHARLES W. MCCLELLAN CHESTER W. GOGGIN IAMES T. MCCLELLAN CHARLES R. HABERLEIN IEANNE E. MCKINNON ESMOND HARDIN HAROLD H. HARMS SCOTTIE W. HENDREN WILLIAM E. CUNNINGHAM IAMES M. HESSER WESLEY M. DAVIS HILARD F. DENYER HARREL C. DODSON STANLEY L. DRENNEN EDWIN C. FAIR MAXINE R. HOFFER IOHN E. HORNE WILLIAM E. HUBBARD MARY E. IONES ROBERT A. IONES ALBERT L. MCQUOWN CHARLES B. OVERBY LOUISE K. PASCHALL D. B. PEARSON THOMAS C. POINTS PAUL T. POWELL WILLIAM H. REIFF ROBERT H. ROWLAND PHIL L. SALKELD DEAN C. SANDLIN WM. H. SHOFSTALL PAUL F. SMITH LLOYD W. TAYLOR NOLAND D. TIMMONS WILLIAM E. WALKER CHARLES S. WALLIS BERTRAM A. WEEKS RICHARD E. WITT EMERY F. WORD LOUIS GUSS ELWOOD H. HEILMAN MORRIS E. KATZ DAVID PARIS ROY K. SANFORD P a g e 3 2 4 . ' I - f I . A . o oo . . .1 00568 86:9 9,1 f0,A00'o'o Q, 4 06609. Ol 0 f l git o'foolo'o5'o5'o 9 99 f' o Q , 000 0 A 00 O O A Q0 pa.. 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'v u '.'-amz.:-'.:: : : : : :.:-:':.:-'- :':':':': ':':':':- :-:f '- SCHOOL OF NURSING The School of Nursing is under the di- rection of the School of Medicine of the University of Oklahoma and supplies the nursing service to the University Hospital, Crippled Children's Hospital and the Out- Patient Department. The Oklahoma State University Hos- pital accommodates more than ZOO adult patients, is general in character, nonsec- tarian, and is provided with all modern facilities and conveniences for scientific treatment and care of the sick. The serv- ice is varied and affords opportunity for practical experience in the medical, sur- gical, obstetrical, orthopedic, and special- ty departments, including diet kitchens, pharmacy, clinical laboratories, operating rooms, X-ray, and physiotherapy. The Crippled Children's Hospital, with more than 200 beds, affords extraordinary facilities for experience with pediatric and orthopedic patients. The Out-Patient Department is located in the University and Crippled Children's Hospital and has facilities for treatment in I 1:1240 . ,,,iw.,- I MISS EDYTHE STITH TRIPLETT Superintendent all branches of medicine. Two hundred patients presenting important phases of all diseases and disabilities are treated by the different departments daily. DELTA ALPHA SORORITY ewv i--Q-..,,,-,N OFFICERS BERYL IRENE MURPHY . . President NAOMI GOODSON .... . Treasurer ANNE RAILEY . . . . Vice-President MARGARET POUNDS . . . . Reporter MILDRED HAYWARD ...... Secretary MISS EDYTHE STITH TRIPLETT .... Sponsor Back row: Rose Bryan, Miss Edythe Triplett Csuperintendentl, Ruby Cochran, Lela Hensley, Norene Pounds Front row, left to right: Ann Railey, Beryl Murphy, Charlotte Hickman, Mildred Hayward. -ev qo- Page 325 . 4 V f ff , ' f ' . 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Norman . Erick . Drumright MILDRED HAYWARD .......... Wilson Delta Alpha, secretary: President of lune Class l938. BERYL MURPHY .... . Hobart Delta Alpha, president. MARTHA TERBUSH ......... . Rosston Delta Alpha: Co-operative Club, vice-president. ALBERTA CRABTREE .......... Tishomingo BERNICE DUNN ...... Delta Alpha: Choral Club. . Knowles FRANCES I-IUFF ............ Norman Delta Alpha: Student Council, president: Co-operative Club, president: Editor of University News. LELA HENSLEY ............ Tulsa Delta Alpha: Choral Club: Co-operative Club, secretary. MILDRED HUSTON . Delta Alpha. IUNE JOHNSON ........ Delta Alpha: Co-operative Club, treasurer. IENNIE ROSE MCILVOY ........ . Edmond . Ada . Wellston Delta Alpha: University News Staff: Student Council: Assis- tant Director of Choral Club. LORA MAE SULLENBERGER . ' . Delta Alpha. LOMETA SI-IELTON . Delta Alpha. GRACE TURNER .... University News Staff. MARIA VOGLE ...... Delta Alpha: Choral Club. MODINE WEEMS .... Delta Alpha. . Reydon . Temple Oklahoma City . Marshall . Apache Page 326 IUNIOR NURSES ROSE BRYAN . . RUBY COCHRAN . IOSEPHINE ELLIS . RUTH HAUG . . LOIS HOLT . . . ETHEL IACKSON . MILDRED MCMANUS LILLIAN MARSH . . NAOMI GOODSON KATHLEEN HALBROOK CLAIRE HARRISON NINA LOU HOLT , LESSIE HOLT . EDITH OGAN . . LORENE POUNDS . ANN RAILEY . . MARY IANE SPENCER DORENE TUCKER . BLANCHE BRUNS . GERTRUDE BOYD LOIS EDGERTON . HAZEL ESSARY . KATI-ILYN GARRETT NAOMI IONES . . IEWEL MOUCK . HELEN RAPP . . - -'- I MILDRED TEMPLETON H-,A qi in S. . I , .. wb, S: , .,, , OLETA WARD . . -X " I FRESHMAN NURSES FLORENCE BRANHAM . . , . . . . Wichita Falls, Tex. MATILDA WIEBE . . Thomas . Ardmore . Dustin . Norman . St. Louis , Wilburton . Frederick . EI Reno . Okmulgee . . Willow Springs, Mo. . Checotah . St. Louis . St. Louis . Pawhuska . Norman . Shawnee . EI Reno Oklahoma City . . Lawton . Bristow . Edmond . Hollis . Stigler . Lexington . Miami . Anadarko . El Reno . Lexington Weatherford -w GERALDINE CARTER . Hastings IOSEPHINE CUSTER . Oklahoma City ORA GRIMES . . . Bristow OLA HARGRAVES . Oklahoma City MARY INEZ HARRIS . . . Carter MERIAM MCCLAIN . . Wilson HARRIET SLEMMER . . Okeene ANNETTE MILLER . . Clinton VERA PRITCHETT . . Sparks I-IAZEL ROBERTS . . Shawnee ALICE SAVAGE . . . Wister MEDORA STARK . . Haileyville HELEN THAXTON . . Duncan GERTRUDE BERNDT . . Kingfisher MARIE BRASSEUR . . Henryetta VELMA BROOKS . . . Ripley ALICE CLUM . . Beaumont, Tex. NELL DICKSON . . . . Lawton ANNE DUITSCHER . . Clarion, Iowa MADELEINE FERGUSON . Elk City HENRYETTA GEORGE . . Copan ROSEMARY I-IURLBUT . Meeker HAZEL IRWIN . . . Lee-dey STELLA IAMES . . . Kellyville BETTE ANN IOHNSON . Pryor MOLLIE IOINER . . Vinita ANNA LINN . . . Cushing IANE LLOYD . . . Ada ZELMA MCALISTER . Marlow IENNIE IONES . . . Lawton ESTELLE REED . Amherst, Tex. NADINE REED . . Chickasha OPAL MABES . . . . Byars HELEN MORRISON . . . . Siloam Springs, Ark. VIRGINIA MOONEYI-IAM , . . . Westville DORIS RAPP . . . . 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Z- QW? -,n',' Q if mai' F 11,Y fi Q F3 ,v"" R,s 2 aff' 3' Page 329 M-1 2--1 PHI CHI IOSEPH M. THURINGER EDWARD C. MASON HIRAM D. MOOR M. D. M. D., Ph. D. , M. S., M. D. SPONSORS OFFICERS VANCE A. BRADFORD . . Presiding Senior MAX KRAUSE . . . WILEY MCCOLLUM . N. F. V. BARKETT . . EARLE WARREN . Presiding Junior . Secretary . Treasurer ludge Advocate Alpha chapter of Phi Chi medical fraternity was founded at the University of Vermont on March 31, 1889. Five years later the southern order was organized at Louisville Medical Col- lege. On February 26, 1897 the Eastern and Southern orders united to form the present Phi Chi organization. This date was later selected as Founder's Day. Phi Chi is the largest medical fraternity in existence, being internationally incorporated and consisting of 86 chapters in the United States and Canada, with a membership of more than 22,UOO. The organization has every possible chapter established in the United States since every Medical School approved by the American Medical Association has an active chapter. Few cities and towns in the nation are Without Phi Chi physicians. Phi Chi is a professional and social fraternity proposing to bring about a closer fellowship among men who are pursuing the study and practice of medicine: to lend one another every honorable means of assistance. Membership in Phi Chi may be conferred only by initiation. There are no honorary mem- bers. Only Medical doctors or candidates for that degree are eligible for membership. The Government of the fraternity is centralized in a full-time National Executive Council. Omicron Kappa charter Was granted at the University of Oklahoma on November 25, 1922. Since then the chapter has been proud of its part in initiating and directing the extra curricular, professional and social activities on the medical school campus. Outstanding local student leaders are ROBERT KNIGI-IT, '38 in scholarship, Phi Beta Kappa, Toga, Alpha Pi Mu and Phi Sigmag CECIL MILLER, '38 in scholarship, Toga and Phi Eta Sigma: VANCE BRADFORD, '38 Presiding Senior of Omicron Kappa, Medical Section of Sooner Year- book, Alpha Pi Mu and Kappa Tau Pig EARLE WARREN, '38, ludge Advocate of Omicron Kappa and President of Senior Medical Class. 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Ire.- 4g5 4lr.' ' 42: l:,' ,. WG. -ug., Z. Front row, left to right: Taylor, Miller, I. B. Smith, Butiram, Warren, Pearson, McArthur, Cunningham, H. Sanford, Knight, Bradford, Barkett Second row: Garrison, Kendall, Bender, W'ord, Faust, Freeman, McClure, Hendren, Dowdy, Mackey, Ballard, Chambers. Third row: McCollum, Colyar, Reift, Boyer, Buell, Burks, Krause, Poling, Morton, Salkelcl, Godfrey, R. Sanford. Fourth row: Ledbetter, Denyer, Wilson, Mengel, W. Smith, Anderson, Ridgeway, Haberlein, Henry, Rowland, Anderson, Layton. M E M B E R S SENIORS VANCE A. BRADFORD ROBERT A. KNIGHT MURBLE PEARSON LEWIS C. TAYLOR CLARENCE BUTTRAM CHARLES MCARTHUR H. M. SANFORD EARLE W. WARREN C. D. CUNNINGHAM CECIL E. MILLER I. E. SMITH IUNIORS ' ROY W. ANDERSON IOHN BENWARD MAX E. KRAUSE ABNER MACKEY RAY H. BALLARD ARTHUR L. BUELL REX LAYTON CHESTER K. MENGEL N. E. V. BARKETT ARTHUR L. BURKS WM. H. LEDEETTER SOPHOMORES SHELTCN C. CASH DALE A. GARRISON COYE MCCLURE ELMER RIDGEWAY, IR. EVANS E. CHAMBERS I. T. GODEREY, IR. WILEY T. MCCCLLUM WILLARD H. SMITH KEMP DOWDY RUSSEL C. HENRY RALPH MORTON R. H. WILSON HARVARD H. EAUST ROBERT KENDALL ECWLER E. POLING FRESHMEN WILLIAM M. ALDRIDGE HILLARD E. DENYER IAMES R. HESSER ROBERT H. ROWLAND HERMAN R. BENDER HARREL C. DODSON IAMES R. KENNEDY PHIL SALKELD HAROLD BOYER ROBERT WM. FLORENCE ALBERT L. MCOUOWN DEAN C. SANDLIN ELVIN L. BUEORD CHARLES W. FREEMAN CHARLES B. OVERBY ROY K. SANFORD WM. CHARLES COLE CHARLES R. HABERLEIN D. B. PEARSON LLOYD W. TAYLOR IAMES R. COLVERT SCOTTIE HENDREN WM. H. REIEE EMERY WORD ARDELL B. 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Smith, Dennis, Goggin, Minnig, Culmer, Gibbens, Sturm, Highland, Lewis. Fourth row: Meader, Harrison, Cantrell, lones, Hubbard, Sebring, Darrow, Angus, Aycock. ALPHA KAPPA KAPPA OFFICERS ROBERT STURM . President l R. GLENN SMlTl-l . . . . Vice-President l ROBERT DARROW Corresponding Secretary BYRON AYCOCK . Recording Secretary i I. R. BICKS Treasurer l Alpha Kappa Kappa was iounded at Dartmouth Medical College in 1888 Since then its growth has been steady, there now being an active chapter in , almost every Class A medical school in the United States and several in Can- l ada. Membership is limited to students oi medicine in Class A schools. Alpha Chi chapter was instituted on the campus in l92U, the medical school not being recognized as Class A prior to then. Since that time, Alpha Chi's growth has been rapid. Many prominent Oklahoma City physicians are members. Meetings are held bi-monthly, at which time diiierent alumni talk on medical subjects. Pa g e 3 32 . f ,f ' 1 f f' y. . 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Second row: de Meules, Clark, Ley, McClelland, Fair, Powell, Elkins, Dixon, Asher. Third row: Burnett, Abernathy, Early, Drennan, Davis, Thaelkaeld, Richard, Flood. Fourth row: Davis, Brawner, Knotts, Kennedy, Lowenthal, Dodson, Iohnson, Heilman, E11ison, Padlonq, Witt. Fifth row: Binkley, Farnam, Mills, Campbell, Sisier, Lester, Honn, Culwell. PHI BETA PI OFFICERS EDGAR A. deMEULES . , . . Archon MARSHALL KENNEDY . . . Vice-Archon GENE B. LEY . . Secretary-Treasurer L. 1. KNOTTS ........ Historian Phi Beta Pi is a national medica1 fraternity founded on March 10, 1891, at West Pennsyl- vania Medical Co11ege, now a department of the University oi Pittsburgh. The Alpha Lambda chapter was installed at the University ot Oklahoma in 1912 and is one oi 51 chapters which are Iocated in the best medicai schoois throughout the country. Aipha Lambda chapter counts among its aiumni such distinguished men as Dean Robert U. Patterson, Assistant Dean L. A. Turley, former Deans L. I. Moorman and LeRoy Long, Sr. Oi the c1inica1 tacuity, composed of the outstanding medical men ot Oklahoma City, 66 are Phi Beta Pis. I. C. BLAIR IACK CAWLEY' BILL CULWELL IAMES I-I. ABERNETHY LUTHER BRAUNER AL BUNGARDT LOWELL DIXON GEORGE DODSON LLOYD GILLILAND Iuniors FRANK BINKLEY Sophomores WILLIAM EARLY H. LEHMAN M E M B E R S SENIORS EDGAR A. deMEULES MARVIN ELKINS K. E, HUDSON 1. D. HUSKINS L. I. KNOTTS GENE B. LEY IUNIORS WILLIAM CAMPBELL V. CLARK GEORGE DAVIS LARRY FARNUM MAX IOHNSON WILSON MAHONE SOPHOMORES MYLES IOHNSON 1 ACK LOVE ELDER PADBERG WARREN RICHARDS PLEDGES DUNCAN THRELKELD GEORGE WINKELMAN Freshmen I. C. ASHER WESLEY DAVIS ED M. FARRIS WILLIAM R. FLOOD ESMOND HARDIN JOHN E. HORN EUGENE LESTER PHILIP LOWENTHAL VICTOR MILLS ROY L. NEEL CURTIS E. YEARY MARSHALL KENNEDY IACK MILLER FRANK SISLER GAYFREE ELLISON CI-IAS, W. MCCLELLAN IAMES T. MCCLELLAN PAUL T. POWELL NOLAND D. TIMMONS RICHARD WITT G. MCCRIEGI-IT STANLEY DRENNAN G. 1... MRAZ ELWOOD H. 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By GLEN R. BAYLESS CWho edits the Oklahoma Daily when it is ecliledj As a whole, the Covered Wagon is a good thing, but who wants a hole for a humor magazine? We're all supposed to be buddies over in the Press building. You know, we make up one big happy family. But, back thru the years, the Covered Wagon was conceived, and it turned out to be the black sheep. The only thing the matter with the Wagon, be- sides typography, cartoons, pictures and circulation, is the content. Of course, that about covers every- thing. Individually speaking, the Wagon has an editor Whose picture will look very good in the Sooner as an editor. On top of that, his name looks very im- portant in the masthead. Editor Wayne Allen's right-hand man, the like- able, lisping Harry Roberts, spends hours and hours in the office. Hours which he lavishly spends chat- ting With tiny, popular and beautiful Coeds. As for his work, he spends hours and hours on that too. Of course, Wagon readers hardly could be eX- pected to spend more than a glancing second at what he writes. Probably the best feature, not including some of the classics he contributed to the "Waggin' Tung," Managing Editor Roberts wrote was his autobiog- raphy of a Daily reporter. You can't realize how much he described himself-the Roberts who once dashed about the Daily office in such cinematic gesticulations. Editor Allen picked off some good poetic talent in Budge Lee, the literary tennis star. The reason l say this is that Lee had a thought, and thoughts sell at a high premium in the Wagon office, Of course, the poetry he Writes is sometimes hard to scan, also sometimes hard to understand. There are two types of poetry which are hard to under- stand, that which is too deep for one's mind and that which has no meaning. Lee is no Browning! For a man who spent his time for seven years on a wrestling mat, Billie Carr is a good business manager. lncidentally, l never saw a wrestler crack anything but an opponent's head, let alone attempting to crack a tight-fisted advertising account. All in all, the Covered Wagon during l937-'38 had a good year, and l would say that the character sketch Glen Bayless wrote of Tom Stidham last fall, and the review of sports by Daily Sports Editor Bill lnglish in the February issue, were the two out- standing features. P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P P AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA 77777VVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4 .54 Q4 SMART APPAREL for Men and Women in a Definitely Rothschilds Manner . 9 mmndjuwigumvw WHY I WOULD NOT BE A RUF NEK by Marvin Snodgrass lChief Hound? When I was a boy, puny, gaunt and anence- phalous, my parents were considerably distressed. At that time parents did not know the meaning of our present version of the "Problem Child" or the value of spinach and the various vitamins from A to X and so just pushed me off to the corner and there I was to work out my own future and prob- lems that were to confront me in this big world. And, as time passed, by eating all the stuff l could find, I began to feel my strength. This came to me all of a sudden one day in the barn when our bull butted me against his stall for stealing his oats-it made me so darn mad that I grabbed the bull by the tail and swinging him around a couple of dozen times above my head, threw him through the roof and they found him over by the lones place in the next quarter west. I felt like a new person and immediately started to learn to do the things the boys around the store were doing and perked up everytime the school- teacher came into the store. She was a honey and it wasn't long until I had her well in hand and was kingfish, having no competition since they all still remembered about our old red bull. Fanny was her name, an averous maid was she. With her tutoring I hurdled the alphabet and McGuffey's in no time and she said that I should go to college if I wanted to be head man forever. That got me, boys, but she told me all about it and off I went to Dear 'Ole Oklahoma U., fit as a fiddle and the pride of Pussywillow Hollow. I had been to the drug store one night when a bunch of fellers with pants on and the tops of their red drawers showing, came in. They hadn't shaved for years. You see Fanny made me shave every day and made me take off my long red drawers. So I said them fellers sure don't go to college. They soon saw my big paws, and feet and came running to my table and wanted to know if I wanted to join the Ruffie Tuffies and let my beard grow out. But since I came to college, I decided that I better join up with the striped jacket boys cause they are the real "he" men. CThe days of Sampson are over.l And Arabella, that's a girl that I had -met, and was doing some courting on the side to keep from miss- ing Fanny too much-said that the Iazz Hounds were the big dogs of the campus and were envied and admired by all. Marvin Snodgrass Page 339 Dedicated to the Class of 38 I-Iow sweet and gracious even in common speech Is that fine sense which men call courtesy Wholesome as air Genial as life Welcome in every clime as breath of flowers It transmutes aliens into trusty friends And gives its owner passport around the globe ALEXANDER DRUG COMPANY OKLAHOMA CITY OKLA Service Wholesalers - I . . . . . . . I I . . . . . . I a . Serving Faithfully Since The Year 1904 O VANDEVERS Tulsa. Oklahoma WHAT I THINK IS WRONG WITH THE OKLAHOMA DAILY By WAYNE ALLEN CWho in off moments edits the Covered Waqonl To be asked to sit down to a typewriter and write out what I think is wrong with the "Daily," is a request of no mean proportions: especially consider- ing the limited space alloted to my treatment of the subject. Possibly the most logical way to go about analyz- ing our "More than a student newspaper" as I be- lieve it is called, is to go through the mental motions of picking up the paper and perusing it. Probably the first thing the average reader does, fassuming there is a sufficient number of readers upon which to base a statistical averagel, is to turn to the gossip columns, "Campus" and "Fallible Fables." There he finds a collection of psuedo facts, whose origin lies in the ale-crazed mind of any of the numerous stooges who haunt the editorial room. Though often libelous, the statements never cause trouble because the names with which they are asso- ciated are so mutilated through mispelling, errors in typography and etc., that it is possible to derive only a vague idea as to what and whom they are abount. Needless to say, however, these so-called gossip columns are marvelous space fillers. The next move of the idle reader will probably be to the editorial section, if such it may be called. At this point I must balk, for never having read one, I am not qualified to pass judgment. I might say, though, that from overhearing remarks of certain of the freshmen who occasionally read the scribblings of Mr. Bayless and his cronies, that the contents of the editorial section are seldom, if ever, biased. Incidentally, while on the subject, it seems to me that the Men's Council could bend its energies in a very fruitful direction by looking into the matter of proper utilization of leisure time of certain of the freshmen. Let us get back to our average reader, if any, who by this time is ready to turn to the front page and attempt to interpret its mysteries. The first thing that is impressed upon his now totally blank mind dwg assume that he has completely read the editorial sectionl is a maze of assorted sizes and kinds of type, conveying to the reader practically nothing except the fact that the backshop crew had nothing more on its mind, when it set up the edition, than chewing on foul cigars and harmonizing with the radio in various degrees of off-key baritone. Occasionally the front page carries a photograph, the main idea being, apparently, to fill space. Oddly enough, there are rare occasions when the explana- tory remarks immediately below the picture have a vague connection with the picture itself. And now for a brief description of the way "Daily" editors are selected. Each aspiring underling who really wants to be the next No. l scourge of the campus must follow a well-defined course of action. I-Ie must consistently be the messiest looking indi- vidual in the office Cwhether or not this condition is attained as the result of hard work is beside the pointl. Second, and most important, he must be able to fall down the press building stairs harder and more convincingly than any of his rivals. If he can hit the floor with a thud Cdesigned to attract the attention of the big boys of the publication boardl, then rise to his feet, gather his wits, if any, and his copy paper, and continue madly on his way, hoarsely mumbling copy at every other step, he has a fair chance of winning the job. PHI KAPPA PSI SPRING SONG Oh, give me a plain where bisons have lain, Give me a tranquil skyy Give me a tree and a stingless bee And let the hours drift by. Take me to a buckaroo, but let me watch from afar: Take me up where the Cougars truck, but take me in a car. Give me a wood where the Indian stood, Give me a war-dance lively: Give me a beauty who isn't snooty And to heck with the poison ivy! -budge lee. Prestige . . . For a number of years Garner's has been the selection of the bet- ter dressed university men. This prestige has been earned by the carefully chosen merchandise of- fered O. U. men. If it bears the Garner label it is the latest in men's wear. This fact has earned Garner's the reputation that it en- ioys today. G ITT E nf .f H O P ' NORMAN OKLAHOMA Page 340 rm -t. 5 :-1 E is 53' i ll x E'5fXl31'- Ea?"-i X ' ' i CA Z .Sql .AIQL Page 34l X X- VQX, pq 095 fN.-Q of QW lr' fx E ', if gill, l yifeyix x I ' I? Y f A L Q: l K l , Q X , . llllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllll' There s a world of heal'l'h in every Home Package of S+eFFen's , Ice Cream in your favorile flavor. Hollywood movie s+ars rec- ognize +he value of ice cream in lheir diel' +o keep ii+-prac+i- ii i? 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Uney neecf to seeg ine acfuiae and experience of oineu errno U gave facec! ine name zfninbga. you wifffincf fgaf a iympafnefia gunning U5 connection can ge cr aafuagfe amiifanae in Eeffzing you francffe yowz 4 ss affaiw. .foog ine gzouncf oaefc and aefecf ine one ffrcuf cornea afoaeif 1 fo uncfeufancfinko your neecfi --- cr gang fnaf: mania fo Ee of aefwiae fo you. qflfe nope youlff get aaouainfecf wifn ui. I IUNAL BA K of I UL A Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation "Where are you going at this hour ofthe The Chi Omega girls it seems morning, Mary?" said her father. I ' l "Why, just to the bathroom to get mother, Dont 11159 to neck Of pet' Soiue Water' amd Sh? , I'1i het the reason for this is In your palamas? said father. "No, in this pitcher," said Mary. No one has asked them yet. Page 342 FOR ALL DRUGGISTS All lines distributed by us are highest quality. and by their names you have the "Blue Book" list to build lasting business. These lines. plus our service. inspire and hold the confidence of both customers and sales people. THE FOX-VLIET I DRUG C0. Wholesale Druggists OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLAHOMA WPQRD' HART WRIGHT Hart Wright, manipulator of local political strings and Adonis extraordinary, has been wading thru "two can live as cheaply as one" literature for the whole year, finally becoming so nearly convinced that Phyllis lean Blanchard is flashing an engage- ment diamond. Wright hasn't been among the leading contenders for the most popular frat man among the independents since his little speech at the inter-state fraternity parley at which he an- nounced, "l'll not put on overalls to get an inde- pendent man to speak to me." Page 343 WHO SAID IT? l. "Well, maybe we did get bumped, but just wait'll next year!" a. A Theta b. A Theta c. A Theta 2. "Boyl We sure slowed the social life down for a semester." a. A Y. M. C. A. member b. A Kappa c. President Bizzell 3. "Well, we can't pledge beauty and brains both." a. Biff lones b. Tom Stidham c. A Pi Phi 4. "Well, anyhow we got a radio out of rush." a. A Phi Beta Kappa b. A Chi Omega c. Dean Findlay 5. "Either we take in more girls or we take in washing." a. A laundry employee b. lack Chandler C. A Tri Deli 6. "We poisonally do the decorations for our dances." a. A Phi Psi b. Margaret Stephenson c. President Roosevelt 7. "House rules: No whiskey allowed: 55.00 fine for throwing bottles out the window." a. A W. C. T. U. b. A Sig Alf c. Wayne Allen 8. "We've got the scholarship cup cinched." a. A Delta Tau b. A Phi Eta Sigma c. Dr. Wardell 9. Any Saturday night: "Send over two dozen cans of talcum powder and small cake of hand soap." a. A Sigma Nu b. The Dean of lanitors c. Graduate Dorm IO. "A chaperon for every member!" a. A Beta b. A Phi Deli c. A Sigma Chi PARADE OF PUERILITY POLISHERS-Foremost among campus organiza- tions dedicated to ennui and inefficiency ranks Phi Eta Sigma, honorary freshman smoker club. Totally unembarrassed by a recent survey indicating its uselessness, Phi Eta will again swing into action next fall by initiating the front-row boys with the engagingly blank looks. Club flower: a bloomer- button. BOY SCOUTS-Scabbard and Blade, for those college men who still like to play soldier and won't play unless they can be boss-had another banner year in which the pledges kept the sororities awake by their alleged singing. Song: Kiss Me Again. lust above Bombardiers, who sing: We're In The ArmyC?l Now. DISCRIMINATION-Tau Beta Pi: organization of rough-neck engineers who, proud of the low grades they force their profs to give, again banded together against those who are too smart to get in the outfit. WATT MCBRAYER Watt McBrayer, runner-up in the Earl Brown-Betty lane Galt affair, has finally recognized the fact that he isn't the gun he cracked himself up to be. He stated to the press, at various instances, that he really has more to offer a girl than the average fellow, for he "rarely misses even the smallest social function." J, - if . ' N I QM ' T X . f 1 .Z 2 w 1 H Av. GLEN BAYLESS Glen Bayless, editor of the Oklahoma Daily, local history sheet, is still fighting for American inde- pendence in his Daily column. When a person of iconaclastic tendencies recently informed Bayless that the hundred year war was over, he is reported to have observed, "My but time is fleet," as he assigned reporters to cover the story. 1:fzf:2:2:2:f:f:2:f:Qgig:f:Q:f :-:ff-':',1. 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A, prexy Whose fingers qrid and mat lurninary, was the man who played were scorched in the filthy Waqgin Tunq purge Sooners did have a football team you know and Paris Nights Job offers Our sincere congratulations to the qraduatinq seniors of the University of Oklahoma. We hope that you will stop in and see us when you return to Norman as an alumnus. Norrnan's most modern and up to date druq store welcomes you to stop in after the show. You will find the answer to all of your drug needs at . . . L I N D S A Y ' S , Phone 362 114 East Mcnn on the right end of the Sooner football team-the has spent the year turning down "Snappy Stories Page 345 af! XX T AMW vi vii' 3 Jjfffz Its the way to start 44" the day 'A' A last mmute pause 1S so natural before the day s work begms You can make thxs pause refreshmg Add the life and sparkle of ice-cold Coca-Cola Coca Cola rs pure, wholesome refreshment Page 346 4 ogcroc. DEADLI N E Olll, WHY I WOULDN'T BE A IAZZ-HOUND CBy Doctor Carl Smith, Ruf Nek president? If you see a rope coming down the street with a hound on each end of it, the one with the tux on is a Iazz Hound. The inhumane part of it is to force the canine to keep company with sucha low life form. Why should the pup be initiated? What's he done? It has been said that if you give a person enough rope he will hang himself. ln that case those ropes the Iazz Hound pledges wear are entirely too short. There have been too few hangings. Any kid can tie a rope around his neck, wear a tux, white shoes and drag a dog but it takes a man to grow a beard. Most of the aforementioned is innocent fun, childish, but still innocent. Yet the activities of the organization extend to the criminal. Kidnaping is a federal offense and these culprits are guilty in the first degree. They forced one of the more beauteous of the campus darnsels to remain in a near-by city for three days while they tortured her. Their pres- ence alone would come under the definition of tor- ture. I refer, of course, to Marguerite Patchin, the Ruf-N ek queen. But the subject that was assigned to me was "Why I wouldn't be a Iazz Hound." May I say that stripes are in fashion in such institutions as the state bastile at McAlester, but even red and white ones look like hell in a university. Even the name is obsolete. If the organization would modernize and call themselves the "Swing Pups" I might be enticed into pledging. But as they are-never. Page 347 INDEPENDENCE A plot of ground on which to raise fruits, berries, vegetables, a few pigs and some poultry. Some sparkling KERR glass fruit jars- equipped with the KERR gold lacquered, two-piece caps-in which to can the products raised. Thats INDEPENDENCE so far as food is con- cerned and that is one of lifes biggest problems. Write today for complete information on can- ning by the Pressure Cooker Hot Water Bath Oven and Open Kettle Methods. KERR GLASS MFG CORP 5 ...J AMERICAS FAVORITE tt f I A A y ug Q 2 EQ?- hi f er y x, gf-. M g tk f at- . 6 M we as ffbfilxn r Q W. . X I DEMQITRICE THORNTON Demetrice Thornton, George Petty's choice for O. U.'s most beautiful lassie in last year's Sooner, refused to rest on her laurels and went out looking for new pulchritudinal fields to conquer, finally suc- ceeding in the Engineers' queen election. But unlike other crowned beauties, Demetrice is still old- fashioned enough to believe the adage "the way to a man's heart is thru his stomach" and does a daily stint in the home ec. school. Miss Thornton has often been heard to say: "Beauty is a fine thing perhaps, but my husband can't eat it for dinner every evening." N U I 'xi - IOHNNY KING Iohnny King, the Little Caesar of the Sigma Nu neighborhood, expropriated the D. I. Rogers section of the Pi Phi quarters, but has been repeatedly foiled on his pinning plans. "lohnny's awful sweet," D. I. allows, "But I'm just not quite ready to settle down to one fellow." Custom Made Boots Are lndividually Especially Selected For DEHNER S DRESS OR FIELD BOOTS SAM BROWNE BELTS BOOT TREES-SPURS AND MANY OTHER ACCESSORIES THE DEHNER CO.. Inc. OMAHA. NEBR. DEI'INER'S Patterned from Only the Finest Calfskins 1 I WHY Poetry Corner lf in olden times they wasn't, Pooey ever be a dozen? Can it too soon come in breakin All these dates that us been makin? Often when them goes on sparkin Those will findem giddylarkinp Dunt you guessit does som goo To keep on tryin up to foo? He thousand lovely purpled out But ran like hell at teachers shout: Then three thistles thoughum thwarted Until our Mamie gottum started. Lettus tryin boat went sailee, T Apologize us for The Daily. -gudge bee. THE DAILY GOES TO PRESS "More than a Skewed Newspaper" To Be Eliminated Oklahoma Daily Errors With this issue of the Oklahomma Dailly, a new policey will be inaugurated. Errors, both typo- graphicall and in speling zvxn8lcSS'?CQS--30--DOE TO SPEAK XDSCSZ will be entirely eliminated. Prexy Biz. Opposed to Flunking Fee President W. B. Bizzell, president of the university CO. UQ, inferred Thursday that he is opposed to the "flunk fee." "ln view of the l500 signatures to a petition de- signed to eliminate the flunking fee, l will consider a proposal to listen to the plea of a student com- mittee. At the same time l will say there is little chance for its repeal," the president said. Under the leadership of Mary "Oh, why does everyone pick on the Kappasu Gibson, the 365,000 Kappa myth was transformed into the 565,000 Kappa mortgage, much to the amazement of the laddies and consternation of the other sorority ladies who are still incensed with the idea that a sorority lodge can't be run without a supply of freshmen. Pete "My name is Pete Smith" Smith is said to have played a little football in the neighboring vicinity. Smith modestly allows that Oklahoma would have racked the Big Six pennant "if l'd been in that Kansas game on the closing play." 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CLARK ROY BROWNING GOLDENSTERN PIPE ci SUPPLY CO PONC-A CITY MU-LING CO- NEIMANN-NORTHCUTT CLINIC D. I. DONAHOE, IR., Mgr. DR. T. H. NEIMAN Ioe Bishop David Godshalk Lucile Nietert Page 349 COMPLIMENTS OF HIRSCH, WEINTRAUB 6: COMPANY UNIFORMS FOR EVERY PURPOSE 1321 NOBLE STREET PHILADELPHIA .5 -1-Inq-.- -- .vrui.v.n' 4:..i.e-.r-virlryv.. "O,-r-r, wav inf '- ,..,nwf,,,,,L.,-1.y,,v,?i,f,a.x.4.rsLvf,L:fmwvE, :re.- -' .3fL3w L-,L wr,-1 . N A.i:gigig:FL,,...0'-if M S . .,, ,Q-', 55,553.1-3imxzfgaw-J.'.'L'-.21rfIy-::.fzm.,+fgfgxx.afQffs1P"-l'9"' "H '-'Mfr-'iff PTE-.rifv'115-?"f'2:'S?r1":fffr:7-19. ' ' '5'5'3"'5-xRKf1E?'f"4"e7J'Ne1L'!' ' ,.. A F - - -- -ij-,-,Q-f.+,.f n D n . 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Who won the prize fight last night? How do the Sooners stand? Any man who likes the sport news will find all that his heart desires in the Daily. Fashions What is being worn by cofeds of other colleges? Who are the better dressed co-eds of the campus of the University of Gklahoma? Anything that's new in the fashion world will come .to xg l f 4: , Daily ad reader you'1l know! 2 2 I 'r fi you through the Daily first. 7,000 Daily Readers , , Z C A: , -F. audi Na Page 351 campus and oklahoma theatres for an evening of pleasant entertainment DELTA GAMMA The Athletic Club girls had a hard fight this year trying to tie up the intramural cup. With their bizarre system of serving rushees breakfast in bed and warbling a few D. G. songs while the hopefuls attempt to digest it, it is thought that perhaps the lodge can attain its desire to pledge size and size alone-this, of course, being to further their athletic ambitions. DELTA DELTA DELTA The Triple Delt girls fixed themselves up right this year both politically and socially. For a time after the deal that they pulled on another sorority, few people on the campus would admit they had heard of the Delta Delta Delta's. The election for R. O. T. C. honorary colonel came along and the prexy managed to squeeze in on the honors. All in all, the gals did right by themselves for Hollandl politi- cally. Socially they managed to get a monopoly on the D. U. and Sigma Nu chapters. lt has even been hot wired around that you Won't date at the D. U. house long if certain Tri Delt's don't apply the o. k. GAMMA PHI BETA The Batten-Hogue-Patton-Watters attraction sent the Gamma Phi box office business to a new high this annum. Patton, besides co-starring in the year's masterpiece, "The Glorious Comeback of Gamma Phi Beta", contributed her bit to bringing the scholar- ship off the rocks, with a straight "A" average. The year slid by without any formal arrangements to make the Brown Owl a dining room annex. ALPHA PHI The Elm street pranksteers turned the year into just one great big joke. Practically every lodge was told at least twice by the Alpha Phi misses that their house was afire. The first dozen times it brought ludicrous results in the form of pretty little lcrssies or laddies piling, pajama-clad, from all exits, but finally the joke became time worn but not aban- doned. DELTA TAU The "Ain't nothing sacred?" club, sometimes known as Delta Tau, dashed merrily thru another hectic year of heckling, chiefly at the expense of brother "Bunny-Wun" Getty. Posting a new house low in scholarship, the Delts also made their guest meals look like an extension of the Kappa feed-lot. One, someone hints, may have led to the other. And the second, of course, depleted the treasury- iust built up to respectability by a pay-as-you-go freshman. PHI DELT Home of outstanding journalists, the Phi Delt Arms iso-called because of the apartment-house canopy over the front doorl forsook athletic fame this year to produce surprisingly successful work in the field of letters, Led by Alex McCoy, Ponca City gambol- boy, the Pee Dees not only jolted blase sorority gals, they even brought personal Commendation from the university prexy, who looked about earnestly for a new field for their endeavors. Finding none, Dr. Bizzell commended them to the Nobel committee, the Columbia school of journalism, and the devil. lt is doubtful that they will ever see the first two. I Trade with... r B i f . Normans Largest Grocery 4, if - Congratulates I "THE CLASS or 1938" """""""""U., Good Food or Good Meat , , ' Wh Y D ' lt It s to your Advantage . 9511033 lisire Page 352 BETA TI-IETA POO The Yellow shirt organization suffered not a moment of inactivity. First it was the scholarship cup, then the order was docked a dance for impli- cation in the Waggin Tung, the publication with a back alley aroma. As though this weren't enough, Dean Hart delivered a temperance speech, and Benny Robertson took the teetotalers' oath. Dan Smart sampled the Pi Phi cuisine products-if you would call five meals a weekend a sample--and he was ready to jerk to Lahoma street quarters, but the dean of men had ideas different from Dan's. fo-- 'bhp - Xu X g'u ' "Tg l 'i' , X 2 I . . v- . . S K U BOB PRINCE Bob Prince, another of the local risquettes whose character was somewhat disfigured by the "bawdy" Waggin Tung deal, has confided to intimates that "l'm just so upset over the whole thing that I've a good notion to pack my things and return to Vassar." W. WAYNE ALLEN Wayne "l'd have the best staff in the country if the price of beer Wasn't so high" Allen, chief of the Covered Wagon force, came thru with one of the best humor rags that you can find almost any- where on the O. U. campus. I-le attributes his suc- Paqe 353 cess to his neat office, his hard working staff and the window in his office door-although he laments that the latter has interfered something awful with his social achievements. Another of the Allen achievements consisted of making good his vow to have "a pin on Ionnie Lee lngle in two months." Hardly two months after this threat, Ionnie was wearing a pin-the shiny Sigma Nu badge of lohn Stewart. KTUL advertisers demand and get profitable results Let KTUL tell your story too KTUL Your Friendly Columbia Station 1400 Kilocycles TULSA, OKLAHOMA SALES AT A PROFIT UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMENT Regular Army National Guard Officers Reserve R O T C Military Schools and Organizations WOLFSON TRADING CO 637 Broadway NEW YORK N Y . 1 1 . 1 I s o u ol .. I I O I I u I Where Alumn FRIENDLY Norman s F mes ATMOSPHERE M eetv Hartwell Hill operated Drwe Im' COPPER KETTLE I FORAQNEFOOD MONTERREY ff i cr J - t PHI MU The Phi Mu's roped in one or two passable fillies this year and managed to develop four pairs of tonsils sufficiently to form a chapter quartet, which came thru with some uptown plug in local sheets for the girls. ALPHA XI DELTA Tagging their social aspirations on Lucille Hin- shaw, without whose nomer no dance list would be complete, the Alpha Xi's weathered another year. Like the Theta's they are claiming "quality not quantity" in their pledge class. More Than 30 Years of Serv1ce to Soone1 Students LAUNDRY l We Manufacture Cleanlzness . -Phone 71 NORMAN STEAM "Famous Quality Iewelry at Equally Famous Low Pnces Est 1910 R srrirrrrnfs WH 1840 SIGMA ALPHA MU The triple Delta girls, who at first were enthused over their nightly striptease act from across the way, have finally become fed up and are taking up a collection for a batch of shades for the Sig Mu's. KAPPA ALPHA THETA "lt's quality, not quantity that counts," has been the Theta masquerade after a slip during rush that netted them only 22 neophytes. The Kats have pulled thru the year with considerably less dissen- sion than last year, however, as the sistern would have you understand. "lt's cooperation that we need," quoth they, viewing the mitigated pledge row. DELTA UPSILON Under the leadership of Bill "Dee Dee almost had my pin on" Smythe, the D. U.'s provided shoes for all members and went social. The Tri Delt parlor was the first to be invaded by the socialities, fol- lowed by the Theta laundry establishment. The morale was broken in the post-Christmas days when brother Smythe was handed the rough twig by Bob "So did l" McCracken who steadied up with Deedee for all of three days. PI BETA PHI The Sewell-Scivally-Galt combine finished a long hard climb by winning the national cup for the greatest improvement, or do we need to tell you? Anyway, they roped in 35 sweet and innocent- anyhow, 35 rushees-thereby bumping several other local laundry establishments. The second year girls moved out to annexes and a "charm school" was perforce inaugurated for the new frosh. Betty lane Galt furnished the expected excitement from the multiple-annex lodge by attempting to kick up a libel suit against the Covered Wagon and then later repenting. Page 354 , ALPHA CHI OMEGA The Kappa abdication from the East side also had its effect on the Alpha Chi's, leaving them as almost the sole surviving East side sorority. "But we're perfectly happy because we've got the Phi Delt's and Phi Gam's over here to keep us company," a spokesman averred. THETA VKAPPA PHI 'With the Kappa's moving to College street, Theta Kappa Phi and Sigma Nu stand out like lone sur- vivors in a ghost town. The two frats, standing alone on Boulevard-the street of the punctured "fraternity row" dream-have repeatedly threatened to move over to the civilized part of town, but have yet to float a loan for a new domicile. PHI GAMMA DELTA The Boyd street study hall, on weekends referred to as the Phi Gam night club, condemned freshmen to four hours of daily mental strain in order to win the scholarship cup, and then found that the frosh were turning the period into an anatomy course- the Gals' dorm being next door. But although scholarship dreams didn't materialize, the lacldies pasted a gold star on their achievement chart, since lack Chandler maneuvered thru the year with pin still firmly attached to his vest. SIGMA NU The Boulevard boys, led by lohnny King, who in turn was led by Dorothy lane Rogers, led the cam- pus in low water and high talcum bills. The Sig Nu lads have taken more or less of a bashing over the famed Sigma Nu baths, and are threatening the campus with the installation of a bath tub. SIGMA CHI The Sigma Chi's turned nature lovers and pooled energies and allowances to skyrocket local lipstick purchases with a startling number of picnics and hayneck rides. The lodge preferred dances, but its social schedule was slightly mitigated by the Wag- gin Tung, so the lads contented themselves with the outdoor life. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA The Boulevard girls started out as usual by rak- ing in a crop of 35 pledges on the promise of a new lodge. Apparently the only trouble was in floating a sufficient loan, but the short rainy season that opened second semester remedied that and the de- luxe girls' dormitory is now under construction. A forget-me-not was donated to the keyed misses for the stroll they took at the expense of the Ad party. Although they handed the big boss a jolt at the time, it didn't last long. GILT-EDGE DAIRY PRODUCTS "All That the Name Implies" ' W ,r,. .,,. P g -"r ' Like the Sooner Senior, we too have reached a high degree of proficiency. Gilt-Edge Dairy Products are the result of the most modern equipment plus a desire for the best. C. E. MCCORMICK Phone 130 Phone 130 Page 355 SIGMA DELTA TAU Rose Fisher boorned thru the year as almost the sole social free lancer over Sigma Delta Tau Way, while her sistern, almost to the girl, snatched off pins and engagement rings. A. T. O. Alpha Tau Omega, full of athletic heroes and hot air, counts a new era beginning with the pledging of Herb "l am a man" Schreffler, beanpole basket- ball player. But outstanding, too, was Warden Parrish's verbal backblast at Chi C loi Dell lesse- a masterpiece of plain speech. CHI OMEGA The Beta's neighbors did a good job according to reports from the Federal building. Ruth Stahl fixed up the happy little family of Beryl Taylor and Ray- mond Reed by ending the happy romance for the time being. Bird-dog Roberts came thru her last' year Without hooking a future. . PI KAPPA ALPHA The Pi K. A.'s social morale took a beating when Yale's Fred Zahn came home and upset the Clyde Patrick-Betty Anthony affair, but the laddies made a comeback when lack Maltby took an A. and M. lassie into custody. To top the year Sheldon Crocker and Doyle Watson coupled up. ALPHA SIGMA PHI Alpha Sig, honorary engineering fraternity, was another of those cursed with cheer leaders, having one who is also a Iazz Hound. With a house full of wrestlers, the Alpha Sigs have a head start on pledging when open season on rushees comes up again next fall. KAPPA ALPHA K. A., good ol' fburpll K. A., turned in a doubtful year during which CD the chapter house caught fire at the Dixie dance: C25 The pledges Went golf ball hunting on the Pifly lawn at 4 a. m.: C33 a rushee fell out a window at one of the dances. A football game with the Betas added a he-man touch, flavored just enough with a gallery of spicey looking misses who paid no attention to the game-and who caused the two squads to likewise pay no attention to the game. KAPPA SIGMA Our Kappa Sig gymnasium, with the rnost suc- cessful season in history safely tucked into the mothballs, can settle back in sad contemplation of next year's rush. Along with Pi K. A., the other campus athletic club, the doleful Greeks lose nu- merous "rush talks" with the graduation of their muscle men. ! A .---.....f.-.-.1i, f fr' ,- ,W A v - I -' y it SECURITY 'C 'Q FW t 1. HIRE f I , T . 2 , NORMAN, OKLA. . -- , sms ii A f"'su "'.Q Complete Banking Service Q 'Z 5' 2, S- t For Sooners "hr ef-4' , OFFICERS R. W. HUTTO, President BERT BAGGETT, Cashier W. E. GRISSO, Vice-President VERNON KUWITZKY, Ass't Cashier W. H. PATTEN, Vice-President DIRECTORS MRS. C. H. BESSENT W. E. GRISSO W. H. PATTEN A D. H. GRISSO R. W. HUTTO G. A. WILEY I Page 356 COMPLIMENTS MOONEY'S Alpha Epsilon Delta to taxes. When we called the city hall, we heard Hold Meeting Thursday "Yeh, they're in the city limits, but l don't remem b 1 Il A meeting of Alpha Epsilon Delta, national honor- er the last year ihey pmd taxes' Added to the ary premedical fraternity, will be held Thursday afternoon, Richie Miller, president, announced Wed- nesday. Smith, who is president of Alpha Epsilon Delta, which is a national premedical fraternity, made the following comment on the Alpha Epsilon Delta meeting, which will be held Thursday afternoon. "Alpha Epsilon Delta meeting will be held Thurs- day afternoon," he said. S. A. E. The "Sleep and Eat" boys slipped in a curve ball this year by allowing their freshmen to continue throughout the entire term without one of their well- known haircuts. The lodge brothers continue to be the party boys of the campus by allowinq a select few of their members to seranade various and sun- dry sorority houses in whiskey tenors at all hours of the morning. Not only did the "Violet" lads astonish the campus by bringing in a second place on the scholarship plaque during the past semester, but they also bewildered their national officers by re- maining one of the larger orders of the University. ACACIA Our Acacia laddies can mark up 1937-38 as an- other well-spent, full year-especially in the way of house dances, which more than once threatened to float the furniture right over on the pharmacy lawn. Only ballast in the shape of portly pledge Delhotel saved the piano at the last one. PHI BETA DELTA Phi Betas greatest boost came with this issue of the Sooner, when one of the snoopy Razzwriters learned definitely that the chapter house is in the city limits, and not outside to avoid payment of city Page 357 trial of having Sid Selinger in the house, this should be the final blow. homa City shop to witness the making here in Oklahoma of HIGHEST QUALITY WELDED BUBBLE TOWERS SEPARATORS AND TANKS Black Srvalls 6: Bryson nc BORDEN S F ine Dairy Products 1857-1938 OKLAHOMA CITY "If It's BORDEN'S Its Got to Be Good" We invite you to visit our interesting Okla l i I l I l 1 . , I . GY' Mx, 1 . 55 'Q e :-i 1 -11rf-: 11 O 'ai A 2 ff it if F OV' A IN S IGNIA ,J What does it mean . . . exactly what it says . . . more for your money- in quality-in authentic fashions in apparel for women, rnen and chil- dren, fabrics, home furnishings and shoes . . . and more efficient ser- vice in all of the following stores. Oklahoma CUSI-IING STILLWATER CORDELL CHICKASHA BARTLESVILLE CLINTON PAWHUSKA CHANDLER FAIRFAX HOMINY SHAWNEE LAWTON ANADARKO BRISTOW NORMAN ADA WEWOKA ALTUS DRUMRIGHT GUTI-IRIE HOLLIS PONCA CITY SEMINOLE SAYRE BLACKWELL I-IOLDENVILLE. EL ,RENO MIAMI WEATHERFORD CLEVELAND ARDMORE ELK CITY HOBART DUNCAN WOODWARD ' FREDERICK TONKAWA MANGUM OKMULGEE 5 ' Texas BORGER DALHART LONGVIEW HARLINGEN AMARILLO GREENVILLE PAMPA Kansas WINFIELD GARDEN CITY HUTCHINSON ARKANSAS CITY SALINA MCPHERSQN ' W' -' "A" IS FOR APPLE-POLISHING OR THE TALE OF FRAT-HOUSE FREDDY CWho put more than his two-bits worth into the 310,000 donated annually by students of this university to national honorary fraterniiie-s.l by eleanor lain " 'A' is for apple," Frat-house Freddy learned at his mother's knee when he was a little boy. " 'A' is for apple-polishing," Frat-house Freddy learned at his fraternity brothers' insistence when he grew up and Went to college. "Yes, Freddy, you must help us to keep the house grade average up," said his 200-pound pledge- master to flyweight Freddy at the beginning of his freshman year at O. U. "And you also rnust help us to be represented in as many honorary organiza- tions as possible," hinted the pledgemaster, a pad- dle in his hand for emphasis. il Freddy snickered weakly, "Yes, sir," and began a basic course in polishing the forbidden fruit and garnering honors under tutelage of some of the "brothers" These brothers had polished so many apples in their day that their hands were still greasy, and they were glad to take Freddy under their Wing. Freddy Wasn't big enough nor fast enough to make the football or track teams. He didn't have enough rhythm to make the university band. As he'd never been able to hold his own in argument, he didn't go out for debate. "Whai to do, what to do!" worried Freddy, slink- ing off to the corner to drown his troubles in suds. I-Iis trips to the corner became frequent, and, as a result, he shortly was initiated into the grand old order of Quo Vadis, campus honorary drinking organization. This was one down on his list of aspired-to honoraries, altho Freddy had to down more than one to keep in the good graces of Quo Vadis. "l simply must make some "A's" and some honor- aries for dear old Eta Beta Zeta and for the front Page 358 14 Years ln Business and Still Going Tel 4 H L HARRIS and STONE TAYLOR 415 Elm ELM STREET GROCERY AND MARKET page of my home-town newspaper," worried Freddy, deciding to try out some of the brothers' methods. And he soon became lost-lost in the masses of red tape of the various campus organizations-an acti- vity man and an apple peddler! ln his freshman year the brothers advised Freddy to go out for Phi Beta Kappa. They'd told him there wasn't a chapter house, but nevertheless it was a good order. He was advised to major in speech and to take as electives: anthropology, theory of baseball, history of old Greek band instruments, archeology and stagecraft. Altho it was necessary to attend summer school and to repeat several courses two or three times, Freddy always came out with "A's" at the end. Of course, he enrolled under as many feminine teachers as possible and had them over to the "house" for sandwiches and danc- ing on Sunday nights. Freddy was learning! After a year of membership in Quo Vadis, Freddy was rushed by Kappa Beta Phi, and soon a leaden key with hand pointing upwards toward a stein of brew sagged from the left side of his vest. And he pushed on and on! Freddy was good political war-horse material. I-Ie'd gotten into the habit of saying, "Yes, sir," dur- ing his pledge year at Eta Beta Zeta, and that lodge had also taught him Wright from wrong. Because he went the Wright way, Freddy got a seat on the men's council. He hung on to it by opposing the week-night date rule and by going to Tuesday afternoon luncheons at the corner. He then climbed to a seat on the interfraternity council which he kept by continuing to say, "Yes, sir." Because he'd learned how to regiment men when he was a tenderioot scout during high school, Freddy became a big gun in Scabbard and Blade. After spending almost his whole four years in college growing a beard, Freddy finally was pledged to Rui Neks. Page 359 By his senior year he had accumulated a chestful of medals which he wore on all occasions. But-the price of fame-Freddy found himself a wallflower at dances. For coeds discovered that being held against his medal-decorated shirt-front was about as comfortable as necking an Arizona cactus. And now, Freddy has been out of school tor ten years. He has used his spare time in authoring a little pamphlet entitled, "What College Did for Me." Altho he has not yet obtained employment, Freddy is now on the waiting list for the bar-tending and billiard ball-polishing job in his home-town snooker parlor. 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You will find your work easier if you wear fine shoes such as Red Wing makes. lf you have worn them you are convinced. If you have not worn them you have a new treat in the form of foot comfort in store for you. RED WING SHOE CO. RED WING, MINNESOTA 'r f 1"'--- - f if HOW TIMES HAVE CHANGED Then: "Everybody worked hard, they saved their money and bought homes, they had big families and went to church on Sun- day, chewed tobacco and voted. If they went any place at all, they walked or drove a horse. They took in 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' once every year, ate ice cream at the Sunday School picnic. Beer was a nickel a glass, and the butcher gave away the liver. "There was an ingrain carpet on the par- lor floors and a hanging lamp with a red glass shade. Men wore long trousers and a boy wore short pants, and a wood stove made red flannel underwear and feather beds possible. lf a man wanted to take a drink, he took it, and wasn't a criminal. They never saw a policeman, and they didn't know there was a sheriff. They didn't have to have a license to do any- thing. lf they got sick Cwhich was seldoml they either died or got well and it didn't cost ten or twelve hundred dollars either way, but generally they lived on to a ripe old age and died at home with some of the children around who didn't expect the county to take care of the old folks." Now: "Few work, none save, some go to church, about half vote, and if you don't drink, you are a social outcast. The unfor- tunate have large families and the chil- dren are orphans from birth. If they all grow up, they stay out late, and nobody understands them. Women paint, drink, smoke, cuss, drive cars and fly. lf they break a leg, they stay at home a while where they would starve to death if they lost the can opener. "Everything is licensed, taxed, inspect- ed, or prohibited. 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Phi Psi's Floyd Sooy had the necessary grade aver- age but not a sufficient amount of stuff to qualify as top man in the league . . . limmy "l've never charmed a girl" Camp, as usual startled no one by his accustomed lethargy. Not only did he get a bust in the mouth at the Pi Phi roost but also a kick in the teeth at the Theta house. Bill Smythe, Hlireutzberg on a crutch," Page 367 held his own hands throughout the early part of the year, while Chauncey McCrack- en blind-alleyed Dee Dee Rayburn about. However, said Smythe's batting average picked up during the spring after "Tom- cat" McCracken opened the gate for double-D Rayburn. Betty Lou "Things are different now" Clark not only made an "l" grade average but also Kappa Alpha Louis Swanson, who was booted in no uncertain terms from the front porch of the Pee Phee manse . . . l-larry "l can eat an apple through a key- hole" Endicott spent the entire first semester in a gallant but vain attempt to slip the charm to Betty lean Owens, Golden Arraw weightlifter . . . Marvin T. "Ch say can you Seay" lohn- son toyed with the affections of Muskogee's Manon Bagg only to wind up behind a Dallas eight-ball named Emily lean Seay. Despite the fact that the Phi Kappa Sig lads had more than their share of buffet suppers, neither Bill Gouldy nor Kenny Hawkins were able to swing a deal in the big white Theta barn . . . After sguiring Betty Lee Anthony, vari- ety store heiress, to many campus social functions, Pat Patrick publicly stated that it was only in the spirit of friendship. The peculiar note to the affair was that he made this statement immediately following her donning a Yale Phi Gam pin. Ellis "Tennis balls in my mouth" Brown rocked the campus when he split up in a very sudden like way with Delta Gamma Izzy Arnold, and there's plenty of couch room in the Sigalf house now . . . Pauline "Bird-legs" l-laulsee was chosen early in the year by the Night Biders as the only girl on the University of Qklahoma campus ever to charm a man with the back of her head. It is rumored that Ben Bur- dick, Sigma Chi, has yet to see her head-on. lohn "Pardon me . . . l'm in the wrong class" Busby snagged the Night Rider plush-lined bathtub for being the most granite-domed flora at O. U. lt is whispered that through the influence of Margaret North, Alpha Chi vacuum, Herbert Van Zant attained his position of prestige on the do-nothing Publication Board . . . lt was a deep source of amazement to us all that Lois lune "Droop-snoot" Adams could not see that the motive behind Don McVay's attentions was her auto with a McCormick-Deering movement . . . Dorothy "Legs" Cloyd, Delta Delta Delta drip, was seen on several occasions in an unusual display of her pedal charms. For Always the best AVO? Only the best productions ob tainable in the motion picture in dustry are offered to you when you attend the Sooner University or Varsity theatres We appreciate having had the opportunity to en tertain you during the past years VARSITY r , iv - ' if I I I I ' SCONER UNIVERSITY Page 368 instance the time she was "keeping my dress out ot the mud" at the corner of Boyd and Asp during the intermission of a Greek shuttle at the University Club . . . Patsy "l know l'm shapely" Patton might have been one of Gamma Phi's outstand- ing socialites but the Riders accredit her with being the campus A-number l wash- out . . . Tom Prentice, Beta from Dartmouth and Swarthmore, was often to be heard sing- ing "She Left Me For the Leader ot a Swing Band" atter diminutive Sig Alf Doug Baker spirited Betty "l've been sick" Pritchard from his tentacles . . . Not that she was in any tremendous de- mand, but Raymond i'Something out of the past" Reed held his own all year with Beryl Taylor, despite an unsavory Ruth Stahl interlude . . . The Riders have reported that the Hart "Bull-dog" Wright-Phyllis lean Blanchard much hinted marriage will become a real- ity on lune 4th of this year. Make your own comment . . . Most heart-breaking affair of the year was the triangle which had as an apex Dorella "President ot the Purity League" Kinnebrew and involved Ted "Tess ot the Lirnberlipsn Hess and Ray Snodgrass. ln addition to this roster were two lesser lights who thought they were doing all right flucky guysl . . . Dick Stith and Timmy Logan. Snodgrass won . . . Snodgrass lost. CCircle one.l Completion of tour years' residence at the University of Oklahoma and the same number in futile courtships of Anna Nelle Roberts was the amazing mark made by Page 369 Wayne Allen, Delta Tau pseudo-editor ot the much-Covered Wagon . . . An obscure but highly irritating addition to the campus this year was the Tecumseh tool, Leon Francis "Gorsh . . . Leg-Art!" Stilley, Harry Roberts' No. l stooge. Stilley and Roberts claimed to know more "under- cover" tacts about University girls than even the Night Riders . . . How prepos- terous! 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The Riders maintained that Year- book work took up too much of l-larrison's time to suit Miss Oooper. CEDITOHS NOTE . . . That's a liel. . . . "A" for effort and "F" for accomplish- ment was the year's report turned in by the Riders for David "Dull but Happy" Delana, who repeated his last year's performance of making all the dates he could .... One slightly unnoticed gentleman who inhabited the Phi Psi lodge this season was Bedford "Creeping Death" McKenzie whose popularity is due to rise with the publication of his newest literary master- piece, "l-low to Make, Love and lnfluence Women."... QF A last item in this hodge-podge review of campus events of the past year must be added, the departure of the Theta's three ' best party kiddies, Ruth Potts, Elna Ruth 5 . , Becker, and Margaret lackman. 1,011 ' lcf CREAM ' ' ' Oklahoma City ff mf JJ f by J sos North Wenger Phone 2-1145 '72 , 1 M iaeeeik-f W' """""1 "F- 7 Page 370 Old Man: Won't you have a cigarette, Charles Berry: Meet me at the Skirvin at Ted? eiQIhT- Ted Hess: NO, thanks, I dOT1'l SIT10k9- Highschool Girl: The Skirvin? That's Old Man: I have got some mighty good nice place' whiskey here. Won't you have a drink? Berry.: Yes, and it is Close to Where W Ted Hess: Ns, thanks, i sism sir-isis. we Qoinqf YOG- Gld Man: You certainly are a remark- ' able young man. l would like for you to meet my 19-year-old daughter. , I , The Gamma Phi Betas maintain that a Ted l-less: No, thanks, l don't neck. girl has to drink like a fish to be in the swim these days. "l-lave you heard where lody Kilpatrick learned to kiss," Yours for Bigger and Better Home Institution H M ,I H vEAzEY's Yes, ll 5 OU 9V9fYbOdY 5 1195- . . . invites you to meet your -friends, and feel at home here when in Cklahoma City. A freshman when asked to spell yacht - - - THF - - - Most saucily said, "l will nachtf' CO, So a senior in wrath . Laboratory Glassware. Took a section of lath A t And warmed him up well on the spacht. pfgga us . Reagent Chemicals XOGEQQQ "You are not staying at the Sigma Nu ev o? house any more, are you?" uqby "No, l stayed five weeks and then found I out they had no bathtub." F Largest Scientific Material House . in Southwest 621 E. FOURTH ST. TULSA. OKLA Lots of girls are color blind. They think a boy is yellow when, in fact, he is green. Page 37I , . ,.,.,.5m,,,W ,.,H,,. 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Thou shalt have three dates every week-end regardless of how you get them. Must be late for every one. Thou shalt carry thy liquor with ease, but always strangle on the initial drink. Thou shalt smoke all the cigarettes possible and insist that your date pay for them. Thou must see that they are not the brand that he smokes. Thou shalt not and admit it. Thou shalt dress to tantalize. Thou shalt cultivate a line and use it on at least three boys at once. Thou shalt make the gossip columns of the Oklahoma Daily at least once a Week. Thou shalt not crack a book, except in strictest privacy. Thou shalt love thyself above all things and politic like sixty for thine own benefit. Page 372 OUR OWN PUZZLE PAGE Puzzle the first: This is the tale of a mouse. He was a spinning mouse 5 as a matter of fact, he was a veritable rounder. His way with young lady mice was terrific. He drank ferment- ed apple juice, waxed the end of his tail, and clipped the ends of his whiskers. Using all of these devices he inveigled a young blonde mouse into going with him and then broke her little heart by running around with a shrew mouse. The mouse colony banished him forever. Why? CSolution: After discovering that he was a cad, they threw him out in self-defense? Department Store Norman s Greatest Store GORDON'S ,mg -"7 Congratulations CLASS of 1938 When you return to Soonerland we invite you to meet The Old Gang again at the Varsity Shoppe CONRAD MASTERSON CARL SPENCER HZBH H3lH "Un Varsity Corner" Phone 134 Phone 134 T 21112122 VARSITY DRUG SHOP Page 373 Puzzle the second: Once there was a track meet and two men representing different textile manu- facturers ran the half-mile. Each man wore running pants made of the material manufactured by the company he repre- sented. What material did the man who lost wear? CSolution: Worstedj Puzzle the third: What does familiarity breed? 4Solution: Contempt, but there's nothing like a good-looking blonde than can tempt familiarityj Puzzle the fourth: Once a stoolie walked from the Varsity Shoppe to the Delta Gamma house with- out shining his flashlight into the bushes and peering under every bench. lt was Springtime and time for young love to blos- som. What's the answer? CSolution: lt was in the daytimej Puzzle the fifth: Once Phil Harris was not in the Union at a table for one. Why? CSolution: His best friend told him.l Keep your score on the time it takes you to unravel these mysteries. These groups took this time: Phi Mus, Betas, Pi K Afs, Men's Council -5 minutes. Alpha Chis, Phi Kappa Sigs, Phi Gams- 10 minutes. Samrnies, Dean Findlay, Cecil Brite- Still trying. DOWN TOWN STUDENT HEADQUARTERS WEEKS CONFECTIONERY AND CAFE "The Home of Good Foods" 122 E. MAIN PHONE 1917 EXCERPTS FROM THE EXAMINATION QUESTIONS OF RHODES SCHOLAR- SHIP APPLICANTS, or. OAFS OVER OXFORD Put to Luttrell: What was the Oxford Agreement? , Ans.: Two or more persons said "Yes" at Oxford, sir. . . Put to Early: What was the Mayflower Compact? Ans.: The first display of a vanity in this country, sir. M. F. FISCHER 6. SON Plumbing and Heating Contractors 116 No. Peters Ave. Phone 73 NORMAN, OKLA. 2 Put to Luttrell: What are your outside in- terests, Mr. Luttrell? Ans.: She's fine, thank you. What are yours, sir? Put to Early: What prompted you to make application for this scholarship? Ans.: I saw Robert Taylor in a keen show called "A Yank at Oxford," and besides, I had never been to New Orleans, sir. Put to Luttrell: Why is a Yearbook? Ans.: lust one of those things, I guess. Gee, I don't know that one, sir. Put to Early: What College at Oxford would you prefer to enter? Ans.: Well, sir, I just don't care. I'm go- ing for the boat ride, to tell you the truth, sir. I-Iere the committee adjourned for final deliberation and selection. Luttrell and Early chosen by the board after coming to the realization that they were the sole can- didates. P Q 374 WE NOMINATE FOR OBLIVION U The Covered Wagon. Snowden Parlette's clothes prattle. "Around the Campus" gossip column. People who sit in drug emporiums and let others till the niokleodeons. The week night no-date rule. Howard Wilson's futile snooping. The Car Committee and their buddy-loud dys, The Stoolies. Oklahoma A and M College. The constant "new house" chatter ot the Kappa lassies. Howard Wilson. Guy Cobb Fort's Alpine chapeau. People who insist on recounting escapades ot the Dallas game. The Cigarette tax. The Beta trademark, Canary'-yellow sweat- ers and bush jackets. R. O. T. C. Rushees who insist on calling the fraternity houses "frat," housesg and the tront room a "lobby". ""4+ff . -but if You can't explain and S4 tell her that she's qrand i l Say it with flowers mix WARNING 317 W. Boyd It You Don't Mean It - Don't Send Flowers, It Might Be Fatal ' ' ' Southern :' Tloralsboy asm Ji-3 T Phone 1000 Page 375 This Page Is Dedicated To Students From ARDMORE Who Are Attending The University oi Oklahoma Iames Alexander Finis Baker Mrs. Frances Barton Ioel Bettes Wilford Block Charles Blackburn Benjamin Bodow Mary Brett Thomas Brett Earl Brown, Ir. Walter Buchanan Ralph Cason Monroe Caywood, Ir. Ioe Ben Champion Mrs. I. P. Champion Ruby May Cochran Elizabeth Coe Hazel Colbert Iack Collier Max Cook B. G. Davenport Harold Dexter Iohnny Dixon Henry Easterwood Virginia Enloe Frank Endy E. L. Evans Rhys Evans Denny Fitzgerald Guy Cobb Fort Anita Fraser Eloise Frensley Geraldine Frensley Betty Iane Galt Nina Garrison Harold Gist Ed Halback Kenneth Harris Mary Wirt Head Walter Higgins Iack Hisey Kermit Iames Walton Iohnson Iack Iones Nellie Mae Iones William Kilpatrick Kathryn Kilpatrick William Ledbetter Norene Locke Norval Locke Ordeal Locke I. Mort Loomis, Ir. Kenneth Lowe Thelma Manley Gordon McCraw Harrell McCullough George McDermitt Margaret Mealer Christine Moore Geraldine Moore W. I. Morter Iames Murphy George Norris George R. Norris Bill Overstreet Nita Pickering Carrol Raines Don Raines Edgar Royer William Selvidge Mazelle Simpson Dortha Nell Spears Mary Spears Mrs. Ernestine Spikes Iames Stansell Elmer Stroman Charles Suggs Robert Swimmer C. S. Sykes Dorothy Thornton Iosh Tillinghast Iack Underwood Robert Urie William Wallace Iames Weeks Iames Whitchurch Io Frank Williams W. T. Williams Edward Winston Maryon Wolfe These Men In ARDMORE Boost The University and Its Activities Colvert lce Cream Company Hotel Ardmore Dcfube Peoples Federal Savings and Loan FriCk-Re1d Supply Company Association of Ardmore Edward Galt Sprekelmeyer Printing Company Hardy's Sanitarium Stroman Motors Supply Company Sam P. Hale Ford Agency Wirt-Franklin Petroleum Corporation Page 376 TO A BLIND DATE 10.- Now, Bill, 'tis a sad, sad story, That I am about to relate, 'Tis ancient as proud "Old Glory," Of the horrible results of a damn blind date. +- lt happened after rush-week, The "Frat" was most insistent, THEY made the plans, and I was meek, A pledge has no resistance. ...oi I called for her at half-past eight, With vague and strange misgivings, It is the sad tale I now relate, I-Iow my expectations rnet with fate. -0- We strolled into an enormous room, And sat and felt quite stupid, Talking of sports and recent tunes, While others around us played "Dan Cu- pid." 101 There Wasn't even the slightest thing, We had in common for conversation: We talked of books and common things And about us were noises of osculation? lol. A more terrible evening was never spent Thank heaven that night is over, That girl is sure a first class "hant,"- Proving-a Inan's best friend is his dog! Page 377 Because lack liked the lean And brought his wife no fat, Mrs. Spratt got mad, they say, And kicked her poor lack Spratt. ...Oi I-le was in Chem lab, and the prof Was explaining certain reactions to him: "This liquid turns blue if your unknown is basic, and it turns red if the unknown is acid." "Sorry, but I'rn color blind," apologized the brain trust. "I-Iave you got anything with a bell on it?" Woo, QW' Telephone 1654 Open Day and Night HEADQUARTERS A R D M O R E Highway 77 South of Ardmore I The Best Hamburger ln Town 0. U. STUDENTS Compliments o ct f Friendly House CONDUCT DURING OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS Enter the room with a determined atti- tude. Have two fountain pens and a pen- cil in your pocket, a bottle of ink in your hand. Glance neither left nor right , take a seat in the front row and act as though you are bored at the delay. When the blue exam blanks are passed out turn back the cover and fix your eyes upon the reverse side. Soon you will be thinking about eyes of blue instead of blue covers. Be specific . . . Colette has the bluest eyes in Canada . . . swell kid . . . Canada's a big place . . . intermarriage would solve many international problems "LITTLE BILL" Says- . "Natural I GAS IS Today's Biggest Bargain!" "The cost of all the valuable services Natural GAS performs can be measured in fractions of pennies-and in the constant. perfect service it gives you any time of the day or night. Every community served by the Oklahoma NCIIUYCI1 enioys the lowest GAS rate of any mdior city in the United States! Uklahoma Natural Gas Company . . . so would war . . . however marriage is fighting on a smaller scale. When that guy in the front of the room says: "Don't spend too much time on this guestion, but come back to it later," do so. Start thinking about Millie . . . clever but childish . . . answers your essays on love with doings of her parrot . . . you write to her because she's oke . . . her her Paw's millions don't enter into it. Now to the next one . . . time is getting short . . . I-Ielen, beautiful but light head- ed . . . Cnot a blondl . . . no sense at all . . . never answers your letters . . . has promised you a box of fudge since your freshman days . . . I-lere's an easy one . . . Nan . . . doesn't know a thing about politics . . always disagrees with you . . . "Better go back to those you haven't fin- ished." Never resent this advice . . . and remember that's his means of earning a living. Start thinking about Colette again . . . nice place Montreal . . . lots of opportuni- ties, snow and hockey games . . . "I-land them in." Stop at once . . . return your masticated pencil to your pocket , grasp the blue exam book in your left hand, and walk briskly toward the door. As you pass the desk de- posit the blank upon the pile making sure your name and hour is on the outside. Page 378 VARSITY cLoTH1NGnsToRE 775 Asp Phone 1111 RADIO MANNERS 1t she wants a date-Meter. It she comes to cali-Receiver. It she Wants an escort-Conductor. 1g she Wants to be gn angel-Transformer. if she proves your tears are Wrong-Com pensgtor. It you think she is picking your pockets- Detector. 1t she is slow ot apprehension-Acceiercv tor. 1t she goes up in the gir-Condenser. H she Wants chocolate-Feeder. If she is a poor cook-Discharger. It she eats too much-reducer. H she is Wrong-Rectifier. If her hands are cold-Heater. 1t she fumes and sputters-1nsu1ottor. It she wants a vacation-Transmitter. It she talks too rnuoh-Interrupter. It she is narrow in her view-Amplifier. 1t her Way ot thinking is not yours-Cor- rector. If she wants to be a humorist-Eliminator Page 379 "Papa, what is the person called who brings you in Contact with the spirit world?" A bartender, my boy." Don't it make you mad, Don't it get your goat, To get into the bathtub Without a bar of soap? Cor without g hathtubj PIUACH DRUG CU. "Meet Me At Roach's" First National Bank Building OKLAHOMA CITY OSCAR McCALLS CASH GRQCERY "Greek House Suppliers" 310 East Main Phone 288 Normcm's Finest Downtown Cafe Cooper's Coffee Shop Specializing in Sunday Dinners 119 E. MAIN lrate Father Cto slightly inebriated daugh- ter entering at 3 a. m.l: "What does the clock say?" O'Rhaitia: "Tick-toclc, and the dogs say bow-wow and cats meow." C L FRATES LESLIE R ASH E H GILBERT -9 f-ERS ramp COMPANY GCN o me seafofsecurlq OKLAHOMA CITY THE PROPOSAL A very shy fellow was Duslcy Sam, As slow of talk as a typical clam. l-le couldn't talk love to his Angeline Tho' his love grew as fast as lonah's gourd- vine. So he brought the telephone to his aid To assist in wooing the modest maid. "Miss Angeline, is dat you?" called he. "Yes, dis is Angeline. Dis me." "l-des wanter say dat-l-loves you- Miss Angeline-?" "Yas." "Does you love me, too?" "Yasg yas, of co's l loves my beau- Say, what's do reason you want to know?" ll Oh-hol' de wire. Will you marry me? True?" "Yas. Co's l will. Say- WHO IS YOU?" O 'ro AN ALARM cLocK Stop your noise, you brazen babbler, Can't you for a moment pause? Give a fellow freedom from the Clangor of your jangling jaws! Words to suit my indignation l find difficult to name. l can't blame you when you raise your l-lands to hide your face in shame! Who enjoys your jibber-jabber Fit to make an angel weep? Let your tale come to an ending- Please shut up and let me sleep! 5 C. L. FRATES AND CO. Page 380 SURPRISING. WHAT? A common, ordinary man was out of his car on a rainy day trying to remove a flat tire. The tire would not budge from off the rusty rim, and the man let forth a healthy, "Come off there, damn you!" A preacher Was Walking by at the time and happened to hear the remark, "My good man," guoth the holy one, "praying will help you much more than swearing." Qur hero then be- gan to pray with all the fervor in his soul, and lo and behold, the tire came off of the rim With ease. The preacher who had been standing by all the While, looked at the tire and then at the man. "Well, l'll be damned," said he. O spoon lt seems there was a fellow who lived in a haunted house. ln this house was a ghost named Marvin. There was also sup- posed to be a large treasure hidden in the basement. One day this fellow called the ghost and said, "Marvin, take this flashlight and go down in the cellar and look for the treas- ure." , So the ghost said, HO. K., boss," And he took the flashlight and Went down in the basement to look for the treasure. Marvin didn't come back out of the cellar for about three months. Finally he came back, without the treasure. "Boss," he said, "l looked and looked for that treasure. l did my best, but l had to come up because this flashlight is getting dim." The moral of this little parable is: "The Spirit was Willing, but the flash was Weak." Page aa: HOW the MAGIC EMPIRE was CREATED Years ago the Tulsa World had the vision of a greater Tulsa, a city extending its influence to the surrounding terri- tory, thereby creating a trading center that would rank in importance with the other large cities of the southwest. Tulsa has grown and prospered and measured from every standpoint may truly be classed as one of the nation's great markets. Before there was a mile of hard surfaced road in the sur- rounding territory, the Tulsa World had inaugurated a deliv- ery system not many newspapers over the country would attempt, for the reason of the expense involved. Starting with a few motor trucks The World was beginning the deliv- ery of the paper on the morning of publication to residents of the shopping area. Today with hard surfaced roads lead- ing in every direction from Tulsa, The World has expanded its delivery system through the Magic Empire Express, to a large fleet of motor trucks and auxiliary lines so extensive that every World subscriber living within the boundaries of the Magic Empire receives the' paper on the morning of publication. Since the establishment of the Tulsa World, 33 years ago, its history has been interwoven with the history of Oklahoma and the development of Tulsa and the Magic Empire. The World is not content to rest upon its laurels of past years but will continue to strive for greater achievements in the future. THE Tulsa Daily World OKLAHOMPJS GREATEST NEWSPAPER CAMPUS SMOOTHIE A Campus Smoothie is undoubtedly born and not made. His first cries are not caused by hunger or a misplaced safety pin, but probably by the fact that his dia- per bags at the knees and his bonnet tilts over the Wrong eye. , lj rom early life a Smoothie bows only to the altar of Fashion and Wooes only the Muse of story telling. l-lere he comes across the street to grammar school in his snappy sailor suit and with his hair Well greased. Years fly and he is seen crossing the campus in snow White, spotless shoes, knife-edged slacks, and odd pipe, and with his hair still Well greased. l-le looks as if he has been poured into this clothes and brings a desire to spill him out. lf only his hair was mussed or his pants were a little spotted you could greet him cordially like a friend, but he who acts too smooth travels alone, thank heaven. lt is hard to avoid a real dyed-in-the-silk Smoothie because a conversation is the best Way to make known to a long suffer- ing world that "O'Neil is just profound enough for my tastes" and "l've decided that there really is something to Schopen- hauer." Lou may all bless him for drag- ging the World out of the morass of igno- rance with his timely approval. Grrrrrrr. No campus could be complete Without a Smoothie, but just think of the peace and guiet! Congratulations to the 1938 Seniors KINNEBREW MOTOR CO. - DISTRIBUTORS - NASH AND LA FAYETTE OKLAHOMA CITY, OKLAHOMA Page 382 s5ff f FQ LLH:Q . Bnwfmr. El Op I POIDOIQI rvxmg -VRV OuQ ,f WUTOPJNG ' PLAN'1 - if? X, A U , .. ..,...l1I,l , ' X XNE7CPENSNE Lyn: 'f.E,f": f , f I , f'Kwfu', f-RX UUU Q-U 9 P Off 04,5614 x D MUDQ24 ffv aff 'TIPJC BLIPJCJ IVMEIV INQLMR Page 383 M .- wi,,qxw,,: 2 L Quai!! ODE TO A BRASS CUSPIDOR Oh, little brass infringed jar, Who dost yon corner's beauty mar, What is it makes a person turn ln faint revulsion from you, urn? You stand so staunchly all the day A target for the chewer's spray, And when some cut plug goes slebang, You vibrate with a pleasant twang. Sedately in your place you lodge, And never try their aim to dodgey E'en when some novice at the game Wholly desecrates your frame. When slimy juices from some jowl Make your shining bowl seem foul, You never quiver in disgust, But merely hope you will not rust. And while a worthy cause you serve, And from your station never swerve, A thing of beauty you are not, w But just a filthy little pot. OKLAHOMA H 'N H' I I CITY S Natiugellililtslf WELCCME n TCD 5 - I I I I 1,4 o. U. ALUMNI AND srUDENrs ,Tri O Sf E A sufficient number of rooms . re available at this rate t Q I upply the demand. ' E Eu il l s f TES rn 7 .l.,tlilala - X iiiiiraetff- X ' A Jivtffnmliunmn . BI l.Tl'lI U R E UKlRl'lUn'lll CITE' 1 l T. J. SETTLE, Manager OKLAHOMA B I L T M O R E OKLAHOMA CITY A CHI O? She ventured in the briny deep A little while ago, And yelled for murder, fire, police- A crab had pinched her toe. And though at that momentous time, l-ler screams were plainly heard, Yet when a lobster squeezed her waist She didn't say a word. ls that your close-mouthed brother over there? He ain't close-mouthed. I-le's waiting for a pledge to come back with spittoon. ODE TO A MOTH you though you were a rarer bit of matter as you went flit flit and flying gayly on through life you had no thought of woe or strife your lifetime of a week you spent decidedly on pleasure bent galavanting here and there swaggering gently through the air then one day you saw the flame and inspiration to you came you'd spent your life in woeful sloth so now you'd be a martyr moth climbing from your sordid waste of life you presently made haste to culminate in beauty sweet the life you knew you couldn't beat so now my heaven seeking friend you've met your self-directed end tho beautiful there's still the thought you're just an immolated moth Page 384 This Page Is Dedicated To Students From KIOWA County Who Are Attending The University of Oklahoma Edmond Aldredge William Aldredge Shelby Alexander Iames Amis Lucile Baggett Oleta Bailey Phyllis Blanchard Otis Bourns Ada Burton Frances Caldwell Carl Callen Max Carder Nancy Caudill Robert Choice Peggy Clay lack Coleman Alice Cooper Mary Cooper Warren Cooper Carl Davidson Raymond Dreves loe Elliott Frances Embree Don Estes, lr. David Field Virginia Field Iohn Flickinger Margaret Gaines Cornelius Galloway N. S. Gardner Ruth Goodson Opal Gordon Herman Greenhaw Iohnnie Higgins Garnett Hughes U. V. lanes Marilynn Lack Mildred Lack Edward Lamirand Ed Livermore Alnita Lyde Lorita Lyde Marion Mahone Calvin Mannen Nelda Martin Estel McBride Harold McCarriclc Norvelle McDonald Mary McLaury Bert Montgomery Beryl Murphy Rachel Oster Ova Mae Pitts Newton Poolow Virginia Portwood Arnold Prather LaNel Preston Frank Purcell Sam Ross Alfred Slaner Ralph Slater David Spencer Arlean Stafford Wilbur Stafford larnes Stinson Kenneth Straw Thelma Sugg William Talley Lillie Thompson ludson Tonernalc Helen Turnbull Virginia Turnbull Ruby Van Kirk Virginia Walker Morene Warren Maxine Waterbury Barton Watkins Marie Watkins Gerald Watts David Whitlow Iohn Wiley Betty Williams Fred Winston These Men In HOBART Boost The University THE DIXIE STORE I. SLANER GAINES DRUG STORE RUSSEL GOBLE E DEMOCRAT-CHIEF PAUL MCEVOY DR. B. H. WATKINS Medicine and Surgery I. I. HUNTER and Its Activities O. W. TALLEY Insurance ELMER MCNUTT D. G B. CHEVROLET STANLEY FURNITURE CO. E. M. STANLEY WRIGHT PRODUCE CO. PAUL and BOB WRIGHT A. E. EICHOR Page 385 Compliments of cr Friend Sarge: Smith. Voice: l-lere. Sarge: Who said that? l don't see Smith. Voice: l didp l thought you called my name? Sarge: What is your name? Voice: Starcevich. judge to Dentist: Will you pull the tooth, the whole tooth and nothing but the tooth? Dentist: Gum fun, eh judge? I "The Home Homes" Complete Wallpaper 6: Paint Dept. CHICKASAW LUMBIER CO. THE BIGGER FAMILY Starting from way back we take the Big- ger family. 'Who was the biggest? They are all bigger but who, who has the right to the superlative? Now baby Bigger might have stated that he was the biggest be- cause he was just a little Bigger. The father Bigger went away and he became the big- gest because he was just away Bigger. And one of the brothers became a beggar and he was just mooch, mooch Bigger. The sister who taught at the country school was just a tich bigger and their uncle in the real estate business was lots and lots bigger. Another uncle lived on the river by a damn and he was a down site Bigger. l-lis wife was always eating something and she laid her claim to fame on the fact that she was munch bigger. Who should stick his head into the family circle but cousin joe who, because he was once chewed by a dog, was a bit Bigger. Their grandfather being an expert accountant was sum Bigger but that didn't mean a thing because one of his grandsons who was a broker in Wall Street was a great deal Bigger. And the lawyer cousin while never surpassing any- one was always justice Bigger as any of them. And while we could go on the rest of them are bigger left unsaid. A blush is a temporary arithma and a carorific effulgence of the physiognomy, ettigilized by the precipitation of the seso- rum from a predicament of ineguilibrium caused by sudden shame, anger, fear, hu- miliation or other emotion resulting in a partial paresis of the vasomotorial muscu- lar filaments of the facial, immediately be- come suffused with radiance emanating an intermediated precordia. Page 386 if 1 A-wh X v ! 17 YEARS O of Continued Service to the Students oi the University of Oklahoma 75 Student Book Exchange Employees have been grad- uated from the University during this period.. TEXT BOOKS SCHOOL SUPPLIES BOOKS OF GENERAL INTEREST UNIVERSITY BOOK EXCHANGE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OLDEST STRONGEST G77 New Accounts Appreclated NORMAN OKLAHOMA cc xx "A STAR PERFORMER" G QQSWWMQD sais e ,-O,. HAM PL ,,,,:: ' A N AA f it in 'wuts E Lux? If 'Wino DZOMFANY 5 Some folks smile in the night time, Some folks smile in the dawn. But the man Worthwhile is the man who can smile When his two front teeth are gone. Ali Baba stood before the door oi the stone cavern and repeated the Words that had been told to him. "Open, Sesame!" he said loudly. Noth- ing happened. "Open, Sesame!" he said, more loudly. Less than nothing happened. Finally he iairly bellowedz "Open, Ses- ame!" This time the great stone rolled aside, and a Weazened old man peeped from the opening. "Come around tomorrow night, son," he said, "the place has just been raided." A FRIEND C COMPLIMENTS or I Pg 388 v,viki'.0'Ei'Hff1e:1 ibm? G W2 U65 7935 500351 fyzirzfacf cuzcf gown! gy Cfio 931551 cuznuaf aficfiiion of Economy Qiqffmsfzfiaizzg do., jowa Cjify no kappa kappa kappa kappa kappa kappa kappa kappa kappa THE SYMBOL OF CAPACITY We are steadily gaming favor with the students KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA SORORITY U If 0 e 0 0 Chinese Patient over telephone: "Doc, what time yoou fixee teeth for me?" Doctor: "Two-thirty. All right?" Chinese Patient: "Yes, tooth hurty me all light, but what time you want me to come?" I A gentleman slipped on the stair of the TWO AND TWC MAKE-? Cn mules we find two legs behind And two we find before. We stand behind before we find What the two behind be for. subway and started sliding to the bottom. Calf way down he collided with a lady, knocking her off her feet, and the two con- , Zigz izzz :,:,A ziizz :ziZZ5:ZZZZZZzizj::IEEEgzzi1::::::i::EE:E5EiE5:Et::: i EZEEEEEZE 5 ,Z::ifZEEi5EEE tinued the journey together. After they had reached the mom' the my' Sim t dflzefi CO1'1tiHUeOl TO Sit OH the qenflemmfs chest. Looking up at her politely, he final- I ' ' ly said: "Madam, l'm sorry, but this is as ' Printers for Socmers Since '89 l .fOKlQAHOMA'S We have furnished the engraved J Commencement Invitations to Senior , , , ' ' ,H S V, , Classes for the last 5 years. 1 :J ' S "STATIoN'1.'Y , , I 25,000 WATFS 0 1140 Kl!.0. Printing and Office Supplies 111 South Peters NORMAN, OKLA. Page 389 Ed: "Your sister is spoiled, isn't she?" Charles: "No, that's the perfume she uses." O Sailor: "Are you a contributor to the 'Atlantic Monthly?" Sally: "ToteXactly. This is my iirst trip." COMPLIMENTS "Congratulations, my boy!" QF "But you just said that I ilunked out of medical school." A FRIEND "Ah, but think oi the lives you have saved." O The boy who used to take people snipe hunting loaolc in the old home town is now in the city out of a job and loolcinq for a cigarette. TYLER A D SIMPSO CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS NORMAN, OKLAHOMA ASK FOR HUNT'S CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS You Will Be Delighted with the Quality Established 1879 PRINCIPAL OF FICE-GAINESVILLE, TEXAS Incorpvrcried 1902 BRANCH HOUSES-ARDMORE, OKLA.: PAULS VALLEY, OKLA.: NORMAN, OKLA.: DUNCAN, OKLA.: FT. WORTH, TEXAS P 9 By MORRIS TEN ENBAUM I am glad that I have the privilege to make a few remarks in the l938 Sooner yearbook about the inside dope of the fraternities. I ought to know something of them after 23 years of experience. I invested many hours trying to beat somebody out of his old clothes and teach him the fraternity brother spirit. Well, the K. A.'s are calling 50 per cent of their mem- bers 7-l l. That means if they take out a young lady for supper looking for bargains they get ll licks and 37.00 fine, and the cash is invested for the benefit of the Dixie dance. The S. A. E. house used to be my best friends, but since they got their new house and fur- niture they think that I ought to furnish them some snooker tables for their basement and they think that the sorority college ladies ought to come to see them, and they won't even taste Oklahoma bootleg whiskey. The Kappa Sigs invite me for supper and they feed me with hot dogs and sauerkraut, and they then give me 35.00 worth of epsom salts. I don't get mad. My kidneys have been giving me trouble anyhow. I thanked them for the Dutch lunch. I tried to forget about-I just dream about it once in a while. I couldn't ask the Phi Garns to be treating me any better. They're not responsible for the crimes they're committing. I offered a freshman four bits for a pair of old shoes. He chased me out of his room. l made more about faces than I ever did in the U. S. army during the World War. Anyhow the pres. of the chapter apologized. I think they're doing rather well for their age. The Sigma Chis would be better off if they quit fighting among themselves. Everyone wants to be pres. because it's a national fraternity. Gov. Marland of Oklahoma is a Sigma Chi and he's trying his best to straighten them out and teach them peace. War is bad business. I don't have to be afraid what I say about the good old Betas. During the holidays, I'm their best janitor. I get the keys from a 5Sll5,000 investment. The Betas are just like myself. They take anything from anybody and everybody, and then laugh it off like real American sports. The D. U.'s have the Blue Rules. Whatever Pres. Peterson says must be obeyed. One man controls the whole chapter. Sunday everybody must go to the Catholic church and eat chicken dinner on Monday. On Tuesday they got to take the housemother to a moving picture. Wed. they play snooker. Thursday they go to a doctor and they get a prescription to eat fish and drink buttermilk on Friday. On Saturday they make a collection for the Salvation Army. They certainly know how to keep busy. The Sigma Nus think the foundation of their house is sinking. Their top floor might land in the basement any day now, and the beautiful Kappa girls are going to move away from their neighborhood. They feel like a fish out of water, and a baby without a mother. The Phi Psis told me they would just as soon be old bachelors than old maids, but at the same time they would like to adopt the Tri Delt girls and all live in one house. They would treat them like sisters. They would fire and hire one housemother, and so save expenses. The Phi Kappa Sigs are different. They never associate with women for a simple reason. They think they have plenty of time-just feel too young: and they weren't made for speedy and they like to protect the old-fashioned traditionsg and don't care for monkey-business. They believe in the Bible: Protect your neighbor, and leave his wife alone. The Delta Taus have special meetings every two weeks on how to entertain freshmen during rush week. One of the members told me that a fellow has to be a second-hand phil- osopher or a Shigagoloia to get pledges with money. If they didn't have to pay the water bill each month college education wouldn't be so tough on them. The Pi K. A.'s are surprised with their new location, because Pres. Bizzell is right next door. They got to be nice and quiet. You can't have much fun and be too careful. A man of the chapter told me everytime the bell rings Pres. Bizzell gets hungry. The A. T. O.'s claim that when a fellow sells his roommate's last pair of britches, that isn't fraternity brother spirit. They told me that they would like to find out whoever picked the location for their house. It's so close to the Santa Fe lit. R. tracks that everytime the train whistles they think that they are going South to a football game to Dallas, Texas. Page 39'I Comphmenm M Commander Mills, Inc. SAND SPRINGS, OKLAHOMA "Commctncle1"' Wide Sheetings. Sheets, Pillow Cases The hotel lobby was crowded. A strotn- ger hurriedly forged his Wgy through the crowd to the desk, Where he slctpped down five pennies otnd, gs quietly gs possible, sgid to the clerk, "Gimme or cctn-opener." The clerk plgced or lone nickel on the desk. The strornger hgstily scooped it up gnd scrotmmed through the motss. "Thgt megns fight Where I come from, stranger." "Well, why don't you fight?" " 'Cotuse I ctin't Where I'm from." "I see Where the crystctl ggzer is Working double-shift now." "You megn besides the night job?" "Yeoh I-Ie's been ddy-dreotmingf' IACK BOWERS Phone 412 Phone A cgll to 4l2 brings you the gcme of good cleaning plus prompt gnd courteous service. We would gpprecigte the opportunity to serve you gs We hgve so mgny other Sooners. ACME CLEANERS NORMAN SUGGESTED USES FOR TI-IE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Dgncing pgvilion. fI.ess or suggestion thorn gn observcrtionj Plctyhouses. A. Ggme of Lotbyrinth. The one chosen ots It is tgen to the regr of the stgcks on the third mez- zotnine floor, cmd given three dotys to find his Wgy out. fThe librgry is such ot strgnge plorce.D B. A gotme of Methusgloih. The It picks ct number, such gs "z3l-pxys-.234," Writes it on ct slip of potper, ofnd gives it to the "Li- brgrictnf' is CID to guess the num- berg C25 to go out of the room, osten- sibly looking for the book, C35 to come bgck with the formulg, "It isn't in." C. Gctme of "Playing Student." This gotme is suitotble for ony num- ber. Egch toible hots fourteen chgirs, but hglf of these will be oc- cupied by cootts, books, etc. Egch plctyer tcrkes ct book-otny book, preferably "Wgst ist DCist" or ci bound volume of The Sooner, ond sits in ct choir. Lotying the book on the tgble, he then ob- serves: l. The girl opposite him. 2. The girl gt the end of the tgble. 3. The girl regding the potper. ll. The number of girls cit the next torble. The object of the ggme is: l. To count the girls. To elimingte otll but the one thgt re- fuses to look gt you. 3. To observe her dress, gnkles, shoes, hose, grms, hcrnds, hgir, eyes, nose, lips. 4. To rush out gnd find someone who knows her. Page 392 When you return . . .. W .f-,ssl . . -PLM , "' 9 B' NWS A M x... -Q- P f ,ji io Isnt!-' ...I Maki . . . you will visit the Union when you come back to the campus after you have graduated because of the im- portant part it played in your college career. You'll remember the crowds pushing through the foyer . . . cokes . . . coffee . . . late breakfast . . . time spent in the recreation hall . . . the lounge . . . newspaper files . . . the home town paper . . . exciting meetings . . . swing sessions . . . everything that makes univer- sity life a great experience . . . "The Most Popular Place on the Campus" THE CKLAHOMA UNION Center of Student Activities ge 393 1 ' . '5 4, 2 . .q 'Gyn S Wifi' '1 . , t f -6 . .. -4 Nh X -I - Yifmi, "Sooner Headquarters" The Lvl T U L S A 250 ROOMS All with Bath Comfortable Rooms Excellent Food Coffee Shop Banquet and Private Dining Rooms "What's your son doinq?" "l-le's a naval surgeon." "My, how they're specializinqlu Prof. Casey was hard at Work on his Ph. D. opus: ' '... and While the perisso- dactyla primiaenius resemble the phynoce- phalia stronqlocentrotus in the cryptobran- chus alleqhaniensis the cerecopithaoidae Il cur"?" O Those Pilgrim maids were just as hot As the ones we date today. 7 1 I I 1 a 0 1 - Rates Woman alters not a jot From S2 51111319 She behaves in the self-same Way. From S3 Double lt's true that lack of clothes will qive MAX T SIMMS M A Wholly new sensation- gf The Pilqrim maids were just as hot, But had more insulation. THIS IS THE EIGHTH YEAR WE HAVE HAD CHARGE OF THE TRANSPORTATION OF YOUR "SOONER" FROM IOWA CITY, IOWA, WITHOUT DAMAGE TO A SINGLE VOLUME T H O M P S O N ' S TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO. Bonded and Insured Transportation Office 217 East Gray St.. Norman. Okla. Established 1904 "WE KNOW HOW" PHONE 225 "Pioneers in Inter-City Moving" "Not a Scratch in a Truck Load" Pg 394 "Say, how the deuce do you spell 'oc- ADVERTISING INDEX NORMAN Acme Cleaners .... C. R. Anthony ..... Campus ci Oklahoma Theatres . Chickasaw Lumber Co. . . Cooper's Coffee Shop . . Copper Kettle ci Monterrey . Elm Street Grocery . . First National Bank . M. F. Fischer dt Son . Gordon's . . .. . Garner's Men's Shop . Ireland's Studio . . Lindsay Drug Store . . . McCormick's Gilt-Edge Dairy . Mclntire Taxi Co. .... . Oscar McCall's Grocery ci Market Mooney's Co. ..... . Norman Steam Laundry . Oklahoma Daily . . . Bickner's Student Shop . Safe-Way Grocery . Security National Bank . . . Sooner Bakery ..... Sooner, University, Varsity Theaters Southern Floral ..... Student Union ..... Thompson Transfer ci Storage . Toberman ci Toberman . . Transcript Press . . Tyler ci Simpson . . . University Book Exchange . Varsity Book Shop . . Varsity Clothing Store . Varsity Drug Shop . Weeks' Confectionery . TULSA Alvin Hotel ..... First National Bank CS Trust Co. . K. T. U. L. ..... . K. V. O. O ..... National Bank of Tulsa . National Tank Co. . . Oklahoma Natural Gas Co. . . Public Service Co. of Oklahoma . Page 395 The Befinery Supply Co. . . Tulsa World .... . Vandevers . OKLAHOMA CITY Alexander Drug Co ...... . Biltmore Hotel . . . . Black, Sivalls CS Bryson . . Borden's Sales Co. . . . Central Dairy Products Co. . . Crown Drug .... . The Fox-Vliet Drug Co. . . C. L. Frates 61 Co. . . . Hartwell lewelry . . . Kinnebrew Motor Co. . . . Liberty National Bank . . McEntee's Iewelry . . . Oklahoma Photo Supply . . . Roach Drug .... . Bothschilds B ci M . . Bosenfield's leweler . . . Skirvin Hotel CS Tower . . Semco Color Press . . Swift Ice Cream . . . Veazey Drug Co. . . . . Oklahoma Publishing Co. . . . NATIONAL Champlin Refining Co. . . Coco Cola . . . . Commander Mills, Inc. . . The Dehner Co., Inc. . . . Hirsch Weintraub ci Co. . . Kerr Glass Manufacturers ...... Knox Befining Co. and Western Auto Salvage The David I. Molloy Plant ..... Bed Wing Shoe Co. . . . . S G O Clothiers . . . Wolfson Trading Co. ..... . MISCELLANEOUS Hobart . . Ardmore . . Priddy's . . Ponca City . . A Acacia, 148 Adams, Dean A. B., 42 Adams, Wyema, 61, 70, 129 Administrative Council, 9 Advertising Club, 79 A. 1. E. E., 85 A. 1. M. E., 81 Allen, Wayne, 138 Alpha Chi Omega, 188 Alpha Epsilon Delta, 88 Alpha Kappa Kappa, 332 Alpha Lambda Delta, 67 Alpha Phi, 190 Alpha Sigma Phi, 150 Alpha Tau Omega, 152 Alpha Xi Delta, 192 Alumni Association, 141 Anderson, Helen, 129 Arts and Sciences Faculty, 31 Ash, Ellen, 130 A. S. M. E., 85 Aycoclc, Bessie lo, 105 B Baker, Douglas, 128 Band, Marching, 59 Band, Military, 267 Baptist Student Union, 69 Baseball, 226 Basketball, 221 Bayless, Glen B., 136 Beaird, T. M., 21, 140 Bennett, Dorothy Mae, 115 Beta Theta Pi, 154 Bizzell, Dr. W. B., 7 Boomers, 75 Bombardiers, 261 Brandt, loseph A., 20 Bretch, Kathrine, 113 Burton, Eleanor, 131 Business Faculty, 43 C Carr, Billy, 138 Carson, Dean W. H., 36 Casey, Iohn H., 142 Cate, Roscoe, 140 Chandler, lack, 134 Checkmate, 89 Chi Delta Phi, 57 Chi Omega, 194 Choral Club, 60 Coclcrell, Sidney, 62 Coleman, Wilfred, 82, 130 Collings, Dean Ellsworth, 40 Congress Club, 87 Covered Wagon Statt, 139 "Wi, GENERAL INDEX D Day, Donna Sue, 117 Delta Alpha, 325 Delta Delta Delta, 196 Delta Gamma, 198 Delta Tau Delta, 156 Delta Upsilon, 158 Dodge, Dean H. L., 44 E Education Faculty, 41 Edwards, Lionel, 131 Ellsworth, Arthur, 129 Engineering Faculty, 37 English, Spottord, 128 F Feldman, William, 131 Findlay, Dean 1. F., 9 Fine Arts Faculty, 35 Flippin, Paul, 137 Football, 213 Fowler, Dr. W. A., 22 G Galen, 53 Gamma Phi Beta, 200 Gibson, Mary, 132 Gittinger, Dean Boy, 21 Golt, 232 Graduate Faculty, 45 Graham, Mary V., 186 Greeson, Theatus, 130 H Hale, Caroline, 111 Harral, Stewart, 21 Harris, Kenneth, 129 Harrison, W. M., lr., 134 Heck, Homer, 141 Hestia, Omicron Nu, Oikonomia, 80 Herbert, H. H., 142 Hill, Ben, 81 Hinshaw, Lucille, 63 Holland, Christine, 264 House Council, 65 Howell, Col. Beese M., 242 Howell, Ella Beed, 109 I 1. M. A., 64 lnterfraternity Council, 146 Intramurals, 234 1 lacobs, lohn C., 231 lames, Miss lma, 237 lazz Hounds, 76 lohnson, Dean D. B. B., 32 lournalism Press, 144 Polo and Hiding Assn., 263 Polo Team, 266 9 K Kappa Alpha, 160 Kappa Alpha Theta, 202 Kappa Kappa Gamma, 204 Kappa Kappa Psi, 58 Kappa Psi, 52 Kappa Sigma, 162 Keen, Paul V., 229 King, lohn, 132 Kraettli, E. B., 24 Kratt, Walter W., 20 L Lambda Kappa Sigma, 55 Law Faculty, 39 Lesher, Don, 147 Lindsay, 1. L., 21 L. K. O. T., 83 Luttrell, lack, 128 M . Maloney, P. l., 131 Mannen, Calvin, 137 Marland, Governor E. W., 1 Martin, Bill, 71 McDermott, l-lugh V., 223 McMahan, Bertille, 103 Meacham, Dr. E. D., 20 Men's Council, 10 Miles, Charles C., 20 Military, 241 Monnet, Dean lulien C., 38 Mortar Board, 70 Mu Phi Epsilon, 86 N Newsom, Billie Gay, 107 O O. U. Ph. A., 56 P Pan-1-lellenic Council, 187 Patterson, Dean Robert U., 318 Pe-et, 71 Pharmacy Faculty, 33 Pharmacy, State Board ot, 50 Phi Beta Delta, 164 Phi Beta Pi, 333 Phi Chi, 330 Phi Delta Chi, 51 Phi Delta Theta, 166 Phi Eta Sigma, 66 Phi Gamma Delta, 168 Phi Kappa Psi, 170 Phi Kappa Sigma, 172 Phi Mu, 206 Phi Mu Alpha, 86 Pi Beta Phi, 208 Pi Kappa Alpha, 174 Pistol Team, 262 Pi Zeta Kappa, 68 President's Class, 90 Publication Board, 143 Page 397 Purdy, Millard, 130, 136 Q Quartet, Women's, 60 R Ramblers, 73 Beaves, Dean S. W., 30 Bho Chi, 54 Bobertson, Ben, 131 But-Nelcs, 77 S Salter, Dean Lewis, 34 Scabbard and Blade, 260 Schette, Walter, 130 Selvidge, William, 128 Senate Club, 87 Sewell, Patience, 132 Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 176 Sigma Alpha lota, 61 Sigma Alpha Mu, 178 Sigma Chi, 180 Sigma Delta Tau, 210 Sigma Nu, 182 Sigma Tau, 90 Skeleton Key, 72 Smith, Carl, 77, 137 Smith, Lucius, 132 Society, 118 Sooner Magazine, 140 SOONEB Staff, 135 St. Pat's Council, 84 St. Pat's Queen, 127 Stephens, Morrison, 76 Stephenson, Miss Margaret 9 Stidham, Tom, 215 Swimming, 240 T Tau Beta Pi, 82 Thalian, 88 Theta Kappa Phi, 184 Toga, 89 Track, 230 Trio, Women's, 60 Triplett, Eclythe Stith, 325 Trippet, Bobert, 128 Tuff-Muggs, 78 V Varsity Club, 74 Vliet, Dale, 132 W W. A. A., 237 Waclsaclc, George, 23 Wardell, Dr. M. L., 24 Wooderson, Bob, 137 Wrestling, 228 Wright, Hart, 129 W. S. G. A., 10 Y Y. M. C. A., 62 Y. W. C. A., 63 A Abbott, lane, 311 Abney, lack, 307 Abney, Louis, 314 Adams, Elizabeth, 293 Adams, Lois, 292 Adams, Maurice, 300 Adams, Wyema, 271 Addington, Sue, 283 Agan, Phyllis, 293 Agnew, Thomas, 294 PERSONAL INDEX Baggett, lames, 298 Bailey, Albert, 296 Bailey, Donald, 282 Bailey, Herbert, 286 Bailey, Maurice, 279 Baker, Betty, 307 Baker, Gus, 308 Baker, Harold, 286 Baker, Ophard, 286 Baker, Wm. K., 292 Baker, Wm. D., 296 , lohn, 314 Ahrens, Rose, 292 Alexander, Doyle, 291 Alexander, Helen, 275 Alexander, lrene, 312 Alexander , lames, 305 Alexander leanette, 304 Alge, Clara, 281 Allbritton, Pearl, 304 Allen, Alice, 295 Allen, Ben, 273 Allen, Charles, 306 Allen, Edward, 311 Allen Evelyn, 279 Allen Wayne, 283 Allen, William, 280 Allison, Ruth, 309 Allmon, Ozro, 280 Allsman, Harry, 305 Almen, George, 303 Ambrister, Emma, 272 Ambrister, lohn, 305 Ambrose, Florence, 310 Anderson, Ann, 302 Anderson, Betty, 274 Anderson, Clagett, 305 Anderson, Elinor, 271 Anderson, Helen, 283 Anderson, Nathan, 276 Anderson, Tom, 290 Anderson, Tosa, 290 Ball, Edna, 308 Balyeat, Russell, 314 Barber, George, 288 Barbour, Betty, 290 Barefoot, Catherine, 278 Barker, Robert, 273 Barnett, Boyd, 271 Barnett, Louis, 277 Barry, William, 308 Bartlett, Rex, 278 Bassett, William, 311 Bateman, Faye, 302 Bateman, loe, 311 Bates, lames, 296 Bates, Warren, 312 Batten, Sara, 279 Battle, Leonard, 298 Batson, Ernest, 300 Baucum, Elizabeth, 270 Baumann, W. G., 315 Bayless, Glen, 279 Bayless, Guy, 293 Baylis, Howard, 281 Beach, lim, 307 Bealmear, Gus, 290 Beams, Bob, 308 Beams, Drewsilla, 279 Bearly, lames, 282 Beatty, Dolores, 313 Beaty, Martha, 309 Andres, lean, 284 Andrews, lohn, 303 Andrews, Mary, 292 Angus, Howard, 320 Anthony, Betty, 275 Appleton, Vincent, 283 Armstrong, Betty, 300 Armstrong, Chloris, 271 Armstrong, Helen, 290 Armstrong, Turner, 292 Arnold, Helen, 274 Arnold, lsabelle, 278 Asbury, Ralph, 306 Ash, Ellen, 270 Askew, Clyde, 282 ASPIQY, Georgiana, 279 Atkinson, lohn, 297 Atchison, Charles, 280 Aurin, Fred, 270 Aust, Ernest, 314 Austin, Frances, 270 B Babcock, Elfreda, 285 Babcock, Marion, 286 Baer, lack, 284 Bagg, Manon, 310 Beck, George, 316 Beck, Harriett, 304 Beck, Herbert, 312 Beck, Marian, 291 Becker, Elna, 293 Beckett, C. M., 305 Beibel, Charles, 274 Beiderwell, Paul, 320 Beidlernan, Milton, 293 Belcher, lohn, 290 Bell Bell Bell Alma, 297 Frank, 286 luanita, 326 Bell Margaret, 294 ' Bell Morgan, 286 Bell Wilma, 293 Bender, William, 290 Benedict, Edith, 2793 Bennett, Dorothy, 303 Bensinger, Alfred, 298 Benzel, Marjory, 311 Bercaw, lohn, 300 Berndt, Gertrude, 327 BerrY. Charles, 308 Berry, Leo, 300 Berry, William, 312 Beson, Clyde, 303 Bettes, loel, 312 Bevan, Wendell, 313 Billings, Betsy, 277 Billingsley, Leonard, 303 Bingman, Adeial, 290 Bishkin, Harold, 278 Bishop, lohn Anne, 276 Bixler, George, 300 Black, lohn, 288 Blackburn, Charles, 310 Blackmer, Esther, 292 Blair, Clifford, 320 Blake, Oral, 311 Blakemore, Thomas, 273 Blanchard, Phyllis, 285 Bland, Barbara, 312 Blunk, Lucile, 310 Boddy, Betty, 274 Boddy, Edgar, 271 Bodley, William, 298 Boedecker, Betty, 301 Bogenschutz, Betty, 291 Boggess, lacques, 311 Boggs, Helen, 300 Boggs, Mervyn, 316 Bake, William, 307 Bolar, Charles, 280 Bolin, Phebe, 290 Bollenbach, Ronald, 314 Bollinger, Ralph, 314 Bomash, Cecile, 292 Bond, Abner, 314 Bone, Donald, 295 Bonnell, Robert, 309 Boring, Carolyn, 274 Bowen, Ralph, 305 Bower, Carolyn, 293 Bowers, Betty, 293 Bowersock, lulia, 278 Bowlen, Evelyn, 276 Bowlen, Paul, 285 Bowyer, lane, 272 Boyd, Bill, 298 Boyd, Gertrude, 327 Boyd, lames, 273 Braden, Betty, 290 Braden, Evelyn, 285 Bradford, Vance, 320 Bradley, David, 284 Bradstreet, Hazel, 277 Brady, Anna, 280 Brake, Charles, 316 Brandon, Evelyn, 314 Brandt, Herman, 281 Branham, Florence, 327 Brannen, Lila, 274 Branson, Rowena, 293 Brasseur, Marie, 327 Bravo, Robert, 297 Brawner, Mary, 311 Breeding, Charles, 313 Brehm, Neville, 313 Brent, lohn, 313 Bretch, Kathrine, 291 Brewer, Ernestine, 309 Bricker, Bill, 310 Bringhurst, Tydfil, 283 Britain, lack, 283 Britt, Glenn, 300 Broadfoot, Ray, 298 Brock, Thornberg, 302 Brockman, Mary, 292 Bronstein, I. B., 315 Brooks, lames, 275 Brooks, lane, 290 Brooks, Velma, 327 Brosseau, Bill, 283 Brown, Adolph, 312 Brown, Albert, 283 Brown, Alton, 309 Brown, Bernard, 305 Brown, Doris, 302 Brown, Earl, 316 Brown, Ellis, 283 Brown, George, 314 Brown Brown, Nina, 292 Browne, lohn, 296 Brownlee, Mary, 309 Bruns, Blanche, 327 Bryan, Rose, 327 Bryant, Kathryn, 295 Buck, Elaine, 297 Buck, Oran, 305 Budowsky, Ethel, 314 Burckhalter, Adeline, 293 Burdick, Ben, 298 Burns, lack, 276 Burns, Marguerite, 274 Burns, Wynema, 295 Burt, Lorene, 278 Burton, Eleanor, 271 Burton, Mary, 301 Busby, Lucille, 326 Butler, Don, 274 Butler, layne, 309 Butler, Robert, 280 Butt, Cooper, 299 Buttram, Clarence, 320 Butts, Thelma, 290 Byer, lohn, 300 Byrd, lack, 275 C Cain, lames, 304 Cain, William, 307 Caldwell, lack, 295 Caldwell, lack C., 302 Caldwell, lohn, 307 Caldwell, Walter, 305 Calhoun, Franklin, 304 Calhoun, lohn, 291 Callahan, Margaret, 309 Callahan, Orville, 278 Callaway, Iohn, 305 Calvert, Horace, 311 Cammack, Emerson, 303 Camp, limmie, 299 Campbell, Barbara, 298 Campbell, Benson, 285 Campbell, Frank, 303 Campbell, lack, 283 Campbell, Kathryn, 302 Campbell, Louis, 295 Page 398 Campbell, Malory, 311 Campbell, Silva, 294 Card, Anna, 294 Coffin, Elizabeth, 311 Coggeshall, Robert, 308 Cohen, Benjamin, 301 Card, Robert, 276 Carey, Tom, 286 Carmichael, Dolph, 309 Carpenter, Dan, 272 Carpenter, Kenneth, 294 Carpenter, Ovis, 281 Carr, Wm. H., 299 Carson, Frances, 312 Carter, Adelaide, 316 Carter, Eileen, 294 Carter, Elna, 290 Carter, Geraldine, 327 Carter, Marie, 271 Carver, Mary, 309 Casey, Allene, 302 Cash, luanita, 282 Cohen, 1 Cole, Be srael, 294 tty, 301 Coleman, Betty, 301 Coleman, Delores, 293 Coleman, Mary, 310 Coleman, Wilfred, 276 Collier, lack, 284 Collins, Arch, 311 Collins, Collins, lean, 294 Kathren, 271 Collins, Melva, 279 Colombe, Yvonne, 303 Colvin, Nancy, 311 D Dale, Agnus, 290 Dandridge, Shirley, 279 Danielson, Otis, 297 Darden, Paul, 286 Darnell, Mayo, 306 Daubenheyer, Hubert, 284 Daulton, Carroll, 296 Davenport, B. G., 296 Davenport, Edna, 316 Davenport, Marie, 292 Davidson, lack, 312 Davis, Clyde, 285 Davis, Dorton, 299 Davis, Elnora, 272 Davis, loe, 278 Davis, Leon, 305 Davis, Margaret, 303 Davis Mary, 301 Duggins, Elmer, 270 Duitscher, Anne, 327 Dunbar, Margaret, 304 Duncan, Frances, 272 Dunlap, Margaret, 312 Dunn, Bernice, 326 Dunn, Drexel, 297 Dunn, Wallace, 299 Durham, Amanda, 273 Durett, Newbern, 295 Duskin, Delmar 295 E Eakin, Vernon, 297 Eberle, Geraldine, 291 Eberle, leanne, 301 Ecten, Bob, 308 Edgerton, Lois, 327 Edgington, Elizabeth, 278 Edwards, H. H., 305 deMeules, Ramsey, 309 Cashion, Lamar, 304 Cashion, Mary, 314 Casler, Wm. A., 304 Cassidy, Charles, 305 Cassity, Martin, 293 Casteel, lean, 292 Caswell, Charles, 301 Cates, Robert, 294 Cawley, lohn, 320 Cawthon, lohn, 307 Chadd, Donald, 316 Chadwell, George, 277 Champlin, lohn, 298 Champlin, Mary, 311 Champlin, Nancy, 313 Chan, Blair, 313 Chance, Sue, 326 Chandler, Clarence, 301 Chandler, lack, 300 Chaney, lohn, 315 Cheadle, lohn, 297 Cheek, lames, 280 Chenault, Phoebe, 291 Chenoweth, lohn, 277 Chitwood, Betty, 282 Choat, larnes, 309 Christian, Wayne, 297 Choice, Robert, 320 Conner, Allie, 298 Connor, Patricia, 291 Coogan, Fred, 304 Coogan, Mary, 306 Cook, David, 308 Cook, Doris, 290 Cook, Edward, 320 Cook, limrnie, 313 Cook, Max, 295 Cook, W m. R., 277 Cooke, Doris, 326 Cooke, Everette, 314 Coombs, Fred, 297 Coon, Harley, 270 Cooper, Alice, 320 Clark, Beryl, 307 Clark, Bette, 300 Clark, Charles, 297 Clark, Clifton, 307 Clark, Ethel, 309 Clark, Helen, 302 Clark, Lucia, 293 Clark, Mary, 304 Clark, Mary, 290 Douglass, Ruby, 295 Clark, Torn, 311 Clayton, W. B., 309 Clement, Raymond, 281 Cloudman, Harry, 296 Cloughley, PeQQY, 292 Cloyd, Dorothy, 309 Clurn, Alice, 327 Clymer, lohn, 314 Coblentz, Ed, 293 Cocanower, Robert, 315 Cochran, McKendree, 298 Cochran, Ruby, 327 Cockrell, Rachelle, 272 Cockrell, Sidney, 270 Page 399 Cooper, luanita, 304 Cooper, lohn, 285 Cooper, Mary, 272 Cooper, Mildred, 277 Cooper, Robert, 300 Copmann, Betty, 270 Corbyn, Scaling, 279 Cordell, Helen, 298 Cornell, Don, 298 Conelson, Ethelmae, 306 Corp, Cleo, 300 I Costakis, Tommy, 293 Cowan, Richard, 29.8 Cox, Lucille, 277 Cox, Rebecca, 294 Crabtree, Alberta, 326 Craig, Charles, 271 Crawford, Billy, 312 Crisp, Faye, 2174 Criswell, Luella, 306 Crites, Carl, 307 Crocker, Martha, 290 Crocker, Sheldon, 285 Crooks, Elvira, 291 Crosbie, Elizabeth, 293 Crouch, lohn, 299 Crouch, Ruth, 294 Crurnley, Fleming, 283 Crutchfield, lohn, 308 Cubbison, Gordon, 309 Culwell, Wm. B., 320 Cunningham, Chas. D., 320 Cunningham, Gene, 307 Cunningham, lohn, 307 Curnutt, Zelma, 288 Curtis, Ben, 303 Custer, losephine, 327 Davis, Ruth, 275 Davison, Denver, 308 Dawson, lulian, 278 Day, Donna, 301 Day, Wm. S., 315 Decker, De Opal, 310 Decker, Robert, 282 DeHaas, Glynn, 284 Delhotal, Charles, 313 Delier, Raoul, 313 de-Meules, Edgar, 320 Denton, Stephen, 306 De Lana, David, 292 Deligans, lean, 281 Derby, Robert, 307 DeVinna, Harry, 308 DeVinna, Nina, 299 DeVitt, Ellen, 310 Dexter, Harold, 306 DeWeese, E. R., 282 Dean, Loralu, 273 Dent, Velma, 270 Deuwalls, Rudolph, 320 Dickson, Nell, 327 Dietrich, Floreine, 274 Dilling, lerome, 292 Ditson, Raymond, 314 Doggett, Walter, 312 Dolan, lames, 315 Dooley, Dale, 299 Doolin, lohn, 307 Donnell, Helen, 291 Donovan, Robt. F., 299 Dorr, Barbara, 294 Dorsey, Virginia, 278 3 Doss, Charles, 316 Dougherty, Wm. E., 3131 Doughty, Nelson, 294 Douglass, Katherine, 311 Douglass, M. S., 283 Dourn, Clifton, 310 Dow, Charles, 305 Dow, Wm. D., 290 Downing, Ray, 301 Doyle, Richard, 313 Drennan, Theida, 271 Drover, lack, 297 Dubois, lules, 304 Duggins, Cordell, 272 Edwa rds, lack, 238 Edwards, Lionel, 280 Egolf, Bill, 294 Ehret, Mary, 315 Elias, Bill, 304 Eliott, Rae Marie, 302 Elkins, Marvin, 320 Ellinghausen, Edwin, 309 Elliott, Dwight, 286 Elliott, Frank, 279 Elliott, Guy, 299 Elliott, loe, 306 Elliott, Margaret, 290 Ellis, losephine, 327 Ellis, Mollie, 294 Ellsworth, Arthur, 280 Empie, Robert, 313 Endicott, l-larry, 296 England, George, 294 England, Victor, 312 English, Frances, 302 English, Spofford, 277 Enloe, Virginia, 274 Ensch, Betty, 304 Eppler, lra, 277 Ervin, lack, 300 Escalante, Betty, 301 Essary, Lois, 327 Estus, lane, 295 Evans, Barbara, 310 Evans, E. L., 292 Evans, losh, 315 Evatt, 1-larold, 308 Everett, 1. P., 307 Everett, Thomas, 294 Ewert, McCoy, 285 F Fadler, Margaret, 290 Fair, Harry, 274 Farley, Maryella, 273 Farnsworth, Faye, 303 Fast, Helen, 279 Fast, loan, 290 Feenberg, Gene, 293 Feldman, Wm. l., 276 Fender, 1-larry, 315 Fentress, Richard, 307 Ferguson, Cecil, 310 Ferguson, Madeleine, 327 Fesler, Betty, 292 Hester, loy, 288 Fickel, Raymond, 305 Fietz, Mary, 272 Fife, Marian, 316 Fife, Phil, 314 Finerty, Fred, 306 Finley, Flora, 303 Finley, Warren, 299 Finney, Frank, 297 Fisher, Phyllis, 301 Fisher, Rose, 286 Fitts, Howard, 283 Fitzwater, Maurine, 312 Flatt, Vivian, 326 Fleetwood, Elizabeth, 311 Fleming, Ellen, 271 Fleming, Margaret, 277 Fleming, Phyllis, 301 Flesner, Gene, 313 Flinchum, lim, 298 Flippin, Paul, 285 Flournoy, loy, 271 Floyd, Ben, 299 Floyd, Mary, 284 Fogg, Charlotte, 292 Fondren, Clayton, 281 Giezentanner, Dud, 277 Gilbert, Harry, 303 Gilles, Pauline, 276 Gilley, Dick, 281 Gilluly, Adaline, 305 Gillum, Leon, 273 Ginsberg, Ethel, 310 Gish, Dorothy, 302 Gist, Harold, 283 Gittinger, lohn, 271 Gittinger, McFerron, 284 Givens, 1. O., 270 Glickman, William, 309 Glover, loe, 304 Godshalk, David, 294 Goldberg, Donald, 298 Goldberg, Leon, 316 Goldenstern, Melvin, 315 Goldenstern, Rosaline, 298 Goldsmith, Betty, 311 Gooch, Floyd, 290 Goodpasture, Lorene, 307 Hale, Bunn, 295 Hale, Caroline, 301 Hale, Elmer, 310 Hale, Russell, 286 Hales, Kathryn, 288 Hall, lack, 314 Hall, Milton, 320 Ford, Ford, Ford, Hugh, 306 Kathryn, 274 Lorene, 303 Ford, W. G., 292 Fort, Guy, 299 Foster, Earl, 297 Foster, lohn, 315 Foster, Mary, 309 Foster, Maurice, 296 Goodrich, Helen, 295 Goodson, Naomi, 327 Goodwin, Rufus, 303 Goodwin, Trudy, 273 Gordon, Catherine, 273 Gordon, Felix, 278 Gordon, Milton, 285 Gordon, Opal, 271 Gorman, Louis, 277 Gorrell, Ben, 311 Gottlieb, Ethel, 304 Gotwals, Charles, 311 Hall, Virginia, 278 Hallam, leanne, 274 Halley, David, 307' Halley, lohn, 279 Halley, Pat, 315 Ham, Ernestine, 312 Hamilton, Frank, 299 Hamilton, Margaret, 299 Hammons, Baxter, 307 Hampton, Marguerite, 311 Haney, N. B., 295 Harber, lrene, 290 Harbert, William, 282 Hardie, Marrian, 292 Hardister, Charles, 306 Hardtner, luliet, 299 Hardwick, Carter, 316 Hargraves, Ora, 327 Haulsee, Pauline, 305 Fournier, Georgena, 309 Frank, Robert, 298 Frantz, Harry, 314 Franklin, Mary, 273 Fraser, Anita, 300 Frascati, Frank, 281 Freeman, Billy, 312 Frensley, Gerlaine, 279 Friedman, Roberta, 301 Frye, Roy, 308 Fullenwider, Charles, 271 Fuller, G. M., 312 Fuller, Marcus, 315 Furrey, Lucinda, 305 G Gabey, Raymond, 298 Galbreath, Gerald, 315 Gamino, Paul, 296 Gardner, Betty, 295 Gardner, Nathan, 273 Garms, G. H., 304 Goudy, Louis, 297 Gough, lvor, 314 Goulcly, Bill, 295 Gourley, Leland, 316 Govan, Clifton, 305 Grabeck, Bill, 298 Grace, George, 288 Grady, Robert, 280 Harlow , Bruce, 294 Harlow, Bryce, 288 Harlow, Fred, 300 Harned, David, 280 Harper, Harold, 280 Harris, Clyde, 296 Harris, Kenneth, 297 Harris, Kenneth F., 293 Harris, Levi, 281 Harris, Lillian, 292 Harris, Mary, 327 Harris, Paul, 300 Harris, Penrod, 300 Harris Harris , Sam O., 281 , Samuel W,, 303 Graham, Bart, 296 Graham, Betty, 293 Graham, Frank, 297 Graham, Mary, 270 Gramlich, Raymond, 300 Grant, Delbert, 270 Grant, loe, 311 Grant, Tom, 305 Harrison, Claire, 327 Harrison, Walter M., 285 Hart, Russell, 288 Hart, Walter, 285 Hartley, Harry, 298 Haskell, Ernest, 280 Haskins, Dathel, 311 Hassler, Elmeta, 275 Hastings, Earle, 310 Haston, lanice, 303 Garner, Bonnie, 326 Garner, Cecil, 285 Garnett, Marjorie, 290 Garre tt, Kathlyn, 327 Gassett, Silas, 295 Gawey, Albert, 303 Geiger, Albert, 275 George, Henryetta, 327 Grantham, Frances, 277 Green, Betsy, 292 Green, Dorothy, 294 Green, Marvin, 310 Gregory, Floyd, 301 Griffin, Marjory, 301 Grimes, 1. C., 308 Grimes, Mayre, 297 Grimes, Ora, 327 Grimshaw, Chas. M., 298 Grisso, Wayne, 295 Gross, Forrest, 307 Grossman, Waldo, 297 Hatcher, Florence, 291 Hatfield, Viola, 290 Hathorn, Beatrice, 274 Haug, Ruth, 327 Hawk, Emily, 302 Hawk, Tom, 315 Hawkins, Kenneth, 305 Hayden, Kathryn, 291 Hayden, Marjorie, 271 Hayes, Margaret, 296 Hayward, Mildred, 326 Head, Mary, 301 Gertz, Sinclair, 302 Getty, lohn, 277 Gibbens, Murray, 320 Gibbons, Murray, 299 Gibbs, Ross, 301 Gibson, Hubert, 284 Gibson, Mary, 273 Gibson, Wilson, 293 Gruver, Clark, 285 Gurley, lohn, 313 Guthrie, Mary, 271 H Hadady, Robert, 311 Hadsell, lohn, 276 Halbach, Ed, 306 Halbrook, Kathleen, 327 Healy, lane, 302 Heasley, Donna, 290 Heath, lohn, 314 Hechter, Gerald, 296 Heerwald, William, 283 Heffler, Helen, 313 Heffner, Edna, 284 Heffner, Harry, 316 Heflin, Mary, 309 Heidbring, May, 299 Hellams, Alfred, 320 Hemphill, Betty, 311 Henderson, Charles, 299 Henderson, Ernest, 320 Henderson, Keller, 305 Hendrex, Harve, 305 Hendrix, Hurshel, 277 Henry, Hudson, 304 Henshaw, Betty, 302 Hensley, Lela, 326 Herald, lohn, 271 Herndon, Sue, 303 Heller, Frank, 295 Hershey, lohn, 314 Hess, Glenn, 298 Hess, luliana, 276 Hess, Otto, 305 Hester, Dorothy, 311 Hester, lim, 300 Hetherington, Charles, 303 Hewgley, lim, 274 Hewitt, Robert, 298 Hey, Carl, 299 Hickman, Charlotte, 326 Hickman, M. E., 299 Higgins, lohnnie, 273 Highley, Tom, 313 Hill, Ben, 275 Hill, Helen, 303 Hill, Leon, 316 Hilseweck, William, 276 Himes, Charles, 279 Hinshaw, Lucille, 276 Hippard, Mary, 273 Hippard, Robert, 315 Hirschi, Edna, 302 Hirschi, Mary, 301 Hirzel, Fred, 296 Hisel, Ann, 292 Hisey, lack, 316 Hockstein, Leon, 296 Hockstein, Lillian, 313 Hockstein, Sylvia, 312 Hodges, Patricia, 293 Hodgson, Lucille, 276 Hoge, Arthur, 297 Hogue, Wanda, 305 Holcombe, Mildred, 295 Holland, Christine, 274 Holland, Dick, 308 Hollis, le-sse, 298 Holman, Ed, 295 Holt, Bob, 315 Holt, Clarabeth, 310 Holt, Lois, 327 Holt, Nettie, 297 Holt, Nina, 327 Hoover, Fred, 316 Hoover, limmy, 307 Hope, Herbert, 275 Hoppe, loe, 313 Hord, lohn, 290 Horne, Betty, 290 Horne, Elaine, 302 Hosea, Kathryn, 294 Hoss, lrene, 311 Hott, Alfred, 294 Page 400 Kasbaum, Telma, 276 Hotze, Ernest, 300 Houssiere, Charles, 288 Houssiere, Iules, 299 Houts, Marian, 326 Hovis, Sarah, 292 Howard, Frank, 296 Howard, George, 292 Howard, Hazel, 310 Howard, Robert, 270 Howe, Virginia, 270 Howse, Harlene, 310 Hubbard, Bertha, 292 Hubbard, Edward, 285 Hubbard, lames, 312 Hubbell, Lucius, 306 Hubbell, William, 305 Huddleston, Geraldine, 304 Huddleston, Mary, 294 Huddleston, Woodrow, 275 Hudson, Kenneth, 320 Huff, Frances, 326 Huff, Rheba, 320 Hughes, Frank, 283 Hughes, Glyn, 309 Hull, lames, 274 Hull, loseph, 306 Hull, Selma, 292 Hunclahl, Frances, 295 Hunkapillar, Hariett, 295 Hunter, Hilda, 310 Hunter, Iohn, 314 Hurlbut, Rosemary, 327 Hurst, Edwin, 306 Hurst, Helen, 273 Huser, lames, 298 Huskins, lames, 320 Huston, Mildred, 326 Huston, Robert, 294 Hutchcraft, Barbara, 301 Hutchcraft, David, 299 Hutchins, Ben, 303 Hutchins, Bob, 312 I Inglis, George, 282 lnglish, Bill, 277 lrwin, Hazel, 327 lvy, Harley, 296 I Iohnson, Marvin, 307 lohnson, Victor, 298 lohnson, William, 308 lohnston, Biddie, 302 lohnston, lohn, 297 Ioiner, Mollie, 327 Iones, Betty, 271 Iones, Byron B., 300 lones, Byron W., 299 Iones, Edward, 304 Iones, Fred, 284 Iones, Helen, 302 lones, Herb. 296 lanes, lack, 311 lones, lennie, 327 Iones, Mary, 292 lanes, Nancy, 304 Iones, Naomi, 327 Iones, Olin, 302 lanes, Richard, 306 Iones, Robert, 303 Kisselburg, Thelma, 326 Kite, Wm. C., 313 Klein, Martha, 292 Kleinman, Walter, 283 Kline, Robert, 299 Klinglesmith, Betty, 303 Kluck, Frederick, 272 Knapp, Richard, 305 Knight, Dan, 296 Knight, Robert, 320 Knotts, Frank, 320 Knox, Audrey, 272 Knox, Chas., 316 Koenigsdorf, Robert, 296 Koerner, Eldon, 297 Kosofsky, Leo, 284 Kothe, Chas., 283 Kothe, lanet, 288 Kraft, lane, 304 Kraft, Lurline, 280 Kratzer, Leonard, 297 Ley, Eugene, 320 Liebhart, Earle, 270 Lieppman, Gerald, 283 Lillard, Ross, 299 Lindsay, Mignon, 276 Lindsay, Va Rue, 302 Lindsey, Ed, 316 Lindsey, Eula, 307 Lindsey Mary, 303 Iordan, William, 293 lordan, W, T., 295 K Kabaker, Ie-anne, 313 Kahn, Bob, 306 Kamber, Ruth, 314 Kaplan, Adolph, 312 Karchmer, Bernie, 277 Kayser, Iohn, 281 Kearns, Bette, 295 Keegan, Kathryn, 276 Kellems, Vivienne, 309 Kelley, Charles, 303 KellY. Ed, 295 Kendall, W. D., 272 Kenyon, Rufus, 310 Krumme, Roy, 313 Kueteman, Herman, 275 L Lack, Marilynn, 290 Lack, Mildred, 310 Lacy, Robert, 288 Ladd, Herbert, 299 Lain, Eleanor, 301 Lale, Max, 279 Kern, Clyde, 320 Kerr, Ben, 297 Kerr, Bill, 283 Kerr, Kerr, Charles, 306 lames, 303 Lamb, William, 278 Lambe, Larry, 313 Lambert, Bette, 293 Lamirand, Edward, 275 Lamm, Louis, 312 Lampton, Maurice, 299 Landt, Charles, 315 Langdon, Wesley, 286 Lange, Victor, 295 LaReau, Charles, 284 Largent, Raymond, 301 LaRue, William, 307 Lasiter, Tempie, 326 Lindenbaum, Caroline, 291 Linebaugh, David, 298 Lininger, Elizabeth, 303 Linn, Anna, 327 Linton, Earl, 305 Listen, lames, 315 Little, luell, 270 Lloyd, lane, 327 Lloyd, Sedwin, 276 Loeifler, Frank, 315 Loewen, Don, 270 Logino, Eleanor, 308 Lollar, lonnie, 274 London, Dorothy, 282 Long, Eulalee, 302 Long, Lindsey, 300 Long, Verne, 280 Longmire, Mary, 312 Loomis, Mort, 281 Looney, Robert, 314 Lorette, Sanford, 306 Love, Gloria, 312 Love, Ioe, 278 Lowe, Kenneth, 306 Lowe, Minnie, 309 Lowenthal, Philip, 320 Lowry, William, 293 Loy, Richard, 314 Lucas, Bill, 284 Lucas, Dorothy, 290 Lucas, Vance, 305 Luikart, Iennie, 293 Lutes, Carter, 297 Luttrell, lack, 275 Lyon, Frank, 313 Iackson, Dan, 283 Kersey, Mansel, 280 Kershner, Peggy, 315 Kershner, William, 304 Keys, Elizabeth, 281 Keys, Richard, 306 Kidd, Hugh, 288 Lasley, Lathim, Latting, Erlene, 31 1 Kathryn, 291 Trimble, 296 Lavery, Wm. R., 307 Kilgor lackson, Ethel, 327 lackson, Lucile, 295 Kiersky, Hubert, 308 e, C. M., 272 Law, Iohn, 313 Lawson, Edith, 301 Lawson, Frank, 303 Lawton, Babs, 295 Lyons, Phyllis, 302 M Maas, Bernice, 312 Mabes, Opal, 327 Mabrey, Harriett, 314 Macdonald, Elizabeth, Maclntosh, Alta, 275 303 lacobi, Oscar, 276 Iacobson, Claire, 281 lacobson, Lee, 314 lames, Beatrice, 302 Iarnes, Collie, 293 lames, Stella, 327 larrell, Martha, 295 Ieiiries, Olen, 277 Iesse, loi, 306 Iilovsky, Hans, 281 Iohnson, Betty, 327 Iohnson, Edna, 303 Iohnson, Edward, 276 lohnson, Eugenia, 302 lohnson, Hallock, 293 lohnson, Harlan, 293 lohnson, 1. H., 278 lohnson, Iune, 326 Iohnson, Laura, 300 Page 401 Killingsworth, Charlotte, 302 Kilpatrick, Bette, 313 Kilpatrick, lady, 301 Kincaid, larnes, 272 Leach, Charlotte, 293 Leach, lack, 308 Leach, Lendol, 302 Leake, limmie, 300 King, Arthur, 299 King, Don, 314 King, Edna, 273 King, larnes, 286 King, lohn, 276 King, Margaret, 283 King, Stephen, 280 King, William, 281 Kinnebrew, Dorella, 291 Kinney, Martha, 304 Kirkbride, Helen, 278 Leaming, Hal, 299 Ledbetter, Eugene, 305 Lee, Budge, 295 Lee, Nathan, 297 Lemmons, Norman, 281 Lemon, Lantis, 274 Lents, Murphy, 281 Lentz, Helen, 309 Leonhardt, Henrietta, 302 Leugemors, Paul, 270 Levinson, Naomi, 313 Kirkendall, Sam, 307 Kirkpatrick, Harold, 284 Kirkpatrick, Kathryn, 288 Kirton, Louise, 292 Lewis, Lewis, Lewis, Lewis, Bert, 279 Eunice, 288 Nadine, 293 William, 299 MacKellar, Rose, 309 Malone, Claude, 314 Malone, Rose, 310 Maloney, Patrick, 275 Maloy, Lunette, 312 Maltby, lames, 286 Maltby, Robert, 306 Mannas, Eugene, 299 Mannen, Calvin, 271 Mark, Stewart, 298 Marks, Fred, 294 Markus, Milton, 298 Marler, Alice, 295 Marsh, Lillian, 327 Marsh, Nancy, 301 Marshall, Edward, 293 Martin, Bill, 282 Martin, Charles, 307 Martin, Iarnes, 273 Charles, 321 Payne, Newman, lane, 285 Martin, loe, 281 Martin, Maud, 301 Martin Villard, 306 Martin, Willabel, 272 Martineau, Patricia, 278 Mason, lohn, 291 Masters, Claude, 311 Matheney, Lula, 302 Matson, Thomas, 300 Matthews, David, 270 Maxey, Wilma, 285 Maxson, Muriel, 312 May, Warren, 307 Mayhall, Raymond, 297 Mealer, Margaret, 301 Meeting, Herbert, 314 Megee, Bob, 314 Mehew, lva, 303 Melburn, Kenneth, 298 Menefee, Wm. 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T., 307 McCallum, lames, 308 McCampbell, B. D., 305 McCauley, Donald, 291 McClain, Forrest, 305 McClain, Meriam, 327 McClellan, Bettie, 302 McClellan, loe, 316 McClung, lames, 272 McCluskey, William, 283 McComas, Delbert, 290 McConnell, Henry, 296 McCoy, Alex, 303 McCoy, Phyllis, 309 McCracken, Charles, 303 McCracken, Robert, 285 McCready, Vlfilliam, 306 McDannald, Betty, 310 McDonald, Charles, 294 McDonald, less, 307 McElwee, Mary, 279 McFerron, Mary, 272 McGee, Charles, 309 McGee, Frances, 310 McGehee, Gerald, 303 McGinnis, Nancy, 293 McGoldrick, Beverly, 302 McGregor, Yvonne, 278 McHugh, Helen, 295 McWilliams, Opal, 277 N Nabours, Nadine, 302 Nagel, Alex, 308 Nance, Bette, 302 Nance, l. D., 316 Nash, Bettye, 313 Nash, Norman, 304 Nathman, Steve, 280 Neal, Margaret, 310 Newman, Robert, 313 Neel, Roy, 321 Neill, Bill, 296 Neill, Charles, 291 Neptune, William, 314 Neves, Madeline, 271 Ochenrider, Nedra, 279 Ogan, Edith, 327 O'Hornett, Patrick, 292 Olrnstead, Harris, 292 Opel, Lawrence, 301 Opper, Marshall, 296 Osborn, Ruth, 310 O'Sullivan, Bette, 290 Otien, Wm. l., 316 Owens, Ben, 302 Owens, lack, 301 Ozmun, Lyle, 299 P Pace, Edward, 314 Page, Edwin, 285 Pain, Erma, 294 Pain, Erna, 312 Painter, Rex, 307 Palmer, Gail, 297 Palmer, Mabry, 307 Parham, Melvin, 303 Parker, Maureen, 284 Parker, Mildred, 310 Parlette, Snowdon, 315 Parmenter, Arch, 314 Parrish, Abbie, 296 Parrish, Gibson, 310 Parrish, lohnny, 285 Parrish, Worden, 299 Parshall, Billie, 290 Patchin, Marguerite, 301 Pate, lim, 275 Patrick, Clyde, 292 Patterson, Elizabeth, 272 Patton, Elizabeth, 295 Patton, Miriam, 291 Patton, Patsy, 310 Paul, Stanley, 298 Paxton, Mary, 310 Payne, Helen, 271 Payne, Phyllis, 291 Richard, 308 Newbern, St. Clair, 298 Newman, Louise, 277 Newsom, Billie, 308 Newton, Bill, 307 Newton, George, 282 Newton, Wendell, 314 Nichols, Lyle, 305 Nichols, Margaret, 306 Nichols, Robert, 288 Nicholson, Clayton, 304 Niemann, Charlotte, 304 Niemann, Louise, 276 Pazoureck, lean, 294 Pearl, George, 315 Pearson, lames, 314 Pearson, Murble, 321 Pedrick, Bill, 314 Peller, Fred, 294 Penner, Dorothy, 280 Pennington, Elizabeth, 2 Peoples, A. V., 304 Perkins, Louise, 284 Peshek, Michael, 297 Peters, Donald, 312 Nietert, Lucille, 312 Nisbet, Alfred, 321 Noble, George, 292 North, Margaret, 291 Northcutt, Clarence, 285 Northcutt, Frances, 281 Northcutt, Wynonna, 270 Northrip, Ray, 321 Norton, Faye, 274 Novin, Francis, 313 Nuckolls, William, 288 Nunn, Harry, 293 Nunn, Roy, 296 O Oakes, Lois, 273 Peterson, Charles, 276 Phares, Phoebe, 311 Phelps, Charles, 296 Phelps, Frances, 271 Phelps, Patty, 293 Phelps, Robert, 273 Phillips, Elizabeth, 292 Phillips, Mary, 271 Phillips, Paul, 277 Pierce, lsaac, 280 Pierce, Mary, 304 Pipines, lames, 279 Pipkin, Marshall, 297 Pischel, Plaster, Max, 281 Alvin, 312 Plog, Lucille, 284 Page 402 Plott, William, 300 Plummer, C. D., 314 Plummer, Roxanne, 291 Poindexter, Robert, 308 Pointer, Tom, 306 Pope, lames, 305 Porter, Phil, 277 Porter, Stuart, 280 Porter, Wm. I., 299 Porter, Wm. T., 306 Portis, B. F., 290 Portwood, Virginia, 272 Reed, Nadine, 327 Reed, Raymond, 315 Reedy, Mary, 315 Reid, Carl, 315 Replogle, Marjorie, 291 Reynolds, Norman, 311 Reynolds, Phyllis, 312 Ribeyre, Helen, 290 Rice, Betty, 303 Rice, Glen, 275 Rice, Margaret, 295 Rice, Paul, 321 Rice, Terrance, 306 S Sackett, Richard, 306 Saint, lohn, 284 Samordic, Michael, 310 Sampson, LaNe1le, 272 Sanditen, Edgar, 313 Sands, Edward, 295 Sanford, Herbert, 321 Sangster, Margaret, 310 Sater, Max, 310 Shutler, Norman, 278 Sigler, Russel, 277 Simms, limmy, 302 Sims, Dorothy, 279 Sinderson, Paul, 296 Singer, Alex, 307 Sisler, George, 316 Skaggs, lesse, 312 Skinner, lames, 307 Sklar, Fred, 297 Saunders, Dick, 313 Saunders, Lloyd, 313 Potes, Ira, 312 Potorff, LaRue, 270 Pounds, lack, 291 Pounds, Lorene, 327 Powell, lack, 307 Powell, Harry, 309 Powell, Mary, 301 Powers, Norman, 294 Powers, Patricia, 311 Pratt. Floyd, 273 Pratt, Willard, 321 Prendergast, lohn, 284 Prendergast, loseph, 285 Scruggs, Raymond, 303 Prentice, Thomas, 316 Prescott, Dale, 306 Preston, Arleta, 270 Price, Elmer, 306 Price, George, 273 Richard, Charles, 298 Richards, Bill, 295 Richards, lames, 298 Richards, Sidney, 286 Richardson, Mary B., 283 Richardson, Mary G., 301 Ricketts, Elizabeth, 303 Ricks, lames, 321 Rifte, George, 282 Riffe, Gerald, 295 Ringer, Helen, 294 Rips, Ervine, 314 Ritchie, Frances, 273 Ritzhaupt, Lillian, 309 Roark, Claude, 307 Robards, Bob, 311 Robberson, LaVera, 312 Price, Price, laney, 276 Margaret, 310 Prichard, Betty, 300 Priester, Helene, 290 Prigmore, Patricia, 310 Proffer, loyce, 309 Sheedy, Christian, 281 Shull. Prince, Robert, 275 Pritchett, Vera, 327 Proctor, Luther, 294 Proctor, Norbert, 284 Puckett, Edward, 301 Pung, Walter, 312 Pyeatt, Mary, 293 Pyle, Midge, 301 R Raffety, lohn, 296 Railey, Ann, 327 Raines, Don, 314 Ralls, Dan, 282 Ramsing, Byron, 314 Ramsing, Thor, 316 Ranck, Nelle, 275 Randall, Betty, 294 Raphel, leanne, 310 Rapp, Doris, 327 Rapp, Helen, 327 Rapp, Ursula, 272 Rash, Natalie, 292 Ray, Horace, 282 Rayburn, Lavonne, 294 Raymond, Glenn, 292 Read, Kenneth, 274 Reaves, Henry, 310 Redding, loe, 300 Redding, Mildred, 281 Roberts, Anna, 283 Roberts, Charles, 316 Roberts, Harry, 295 Roberts, Hazel, 327 Roberts, lack, 282 Roberts, Otis, 293 Robertson, Ben, 280 Robinett, Ioe, 274 Robinson, Bob, 316 Robinson, Earl, 296 Savage, Alice, 327 Savage, Peter, 304 Sawtolle, Osiel, 315 Schaller, Frank, 306 Scannell, Ioe, 300 Schefte, Walter, 300 Scheffler, Herbert, 299 Schlaepfer, Alice, 309 Schlaffke, Edward, 282 Schreffler, Ruth, 294 Schuler, Nicholas, 313 Schultz, Norman, 284 Schuman, Earl, 285 Scott, Charles, 307 Scott, Harland, 294 Scott, P. P., 305 Scrivner, lohn, 315 Seamans, Mary, 327 Sears, loe, 297 Seba, Chester, 321 Seger, Genevieve, 275 Self, Verble, 294 Selinger, Sidney, 280 Selman, Clarke, 282 Selman, Mary, 311 Settle, Mary, 298 Sew,e1l, Patience, 274 Slack, lody, 275 Slaner, Alfred, 297 Slater, Ralph, 270 Slemmer, Harriet, 327 Smartt, Dan, 298 Smartt, E, W., 283 Smith, Alvin, 282 Smith, Bert, 316 Smith, Bettie, 304 Smith, Burdette, 281 Smith, Carl, 299 Smith, Charles, 314 Smith, Darwin, 315 Smith, Edward, 316 Smith, Frances, 294 Smith, Geraldine, 310 Smith, Gomer, 315 Smith, lnez, 292 Smith, lack, 314 Smith, laroud, 321 Smith, limmie, 315 Smith, Lucius, 279 Smith, Mable, 276 Smith, Mary B., 309 Smith, Mary M., 313 Smith, Otto, 282 Smith, Ronald, 315 Smith, Rupard, 321 Smith, Stella, 288 Smythe, William, 274 Robinson, lohn, 277 Robson, Stanford, 293 Rodkey, Eloise, 290 Roe, Edward, 274 Rogers, Dorothy, 292 Rogers, lames, 296 Rogers, Max, 310 Rogers, Otis, 300 Rollow, lohn, 306 Romerman, lack, 311 Reece, Ralph, 292 Reed, David, 282 Reed, Estelle, 327 Reed, lohn, 308 Page 403 Roop, Gene, 307 Root, Lambert, 298 Rose, Tom, 304 Rosebery, Durward, 275 Ross, Louis, 281 Roth, Maxine, 315 Rothbaum, lulian, 284 Rowan, Spence, 274 Rowe, Everett, 303 Rowland, Betty, 279 Rowton, lack, 311 Royer, Edgar, 310 Rozell, Elaine, 301 Ruppert, George, 315 Rusch, Herman, 304 Russak, Morris, 297 Russell, lulia, 292 Russell, Mona, 294 Rutherford, Ruth, 302 Shafer, Frances, 294 Shaffer, Ray, 282 Sharp, Roberta, 290 Shaw, Charles, 296 Shaw, Constance, 291 Shaw, lack, 306 Shaw, Ray, 280 Shaw, Robert, 274 Shaw, Syd, 283 Shea, Vincent, 303 Sheedy, Frances, 301 Shelton, Catherine, 302 Shelton, Lometa, 326 Shepherd, Charlotte, 290 Shepherd, lames, 304 Sherman, Carl, 304 Shields, lohn, 282 Shields, Maurine, 291 Shimp, Lavelle, 309 Shipley, Bill, 306 Shipley, Bob, 294 Shirley, Fred, 284 Shirley, Houston, 310 Shrader, Harry, 285 Chas. G., 282 Shultz, Bernice, 327 Shultz, Evalee, 301 Shumard, Marion, 290 Shumate, Wahlelu, 288 Snoddy, Elizabeth, 291 Snodgrass, Marvin, 306 Snodgrass, Ray, 276 Snyder, George, 294 Sollars, Perry, 303 Son, Dean, 314 Sooy, Floyd, 294 Southworth, larnes, 321 Sowell, Harlan, 298 Spangler, Arthur, 284 Sparks, Baxter, 312 Speakrnan, Fred, 304 Spencer, Mary, 327 Spencer, Thacy, 311 Speyers, lennie, 305 Spradling, lohn, 316 Springer, 1. W., 312 Spurlock, Mildred, 301 Spurrier, King, 306 Stacy, Stroud, 307 Stafford, Robert, 307 Stahl, Harry, 301 Stahl, Mable, 302 Stalder, Margaret, 292 Stallings, Gilbert, 270 Stallings, Margaret, 291 Stanton, Eleanor, 295 Stark, Medora, 327 Starmer, Brenda, 309 Stauffer, lames, 299 Steele, Fay, 292 Steen, Ralph, 315 Stegall, Oscar, 304 Stein, George, 293 Stephens, Betty, 310 Stephens, Elmer, 300 Stephens, Ioifre, 299 Stephens, Morrison, 281 Stephens, Robert, 286 Stephens Stephens , Vasca, 276 , Vincent, 297 Taylor, Wallace, 307 Teeter, Virginia, 310 Templeman, lo Ann, 294 Templeton, Mildred, 327 Terbush, Martha, 326 Thain, Brownie, 275 Thams, William, 304 Thaxton, Helen, 327 Thomas, Dorothea, 315 Thomas, Mary, 273 Thomason, Ben, 295 Vliet, Dale, 273 Voelkle, Hazle, 284 Vogle, Maria, 326 Voiles, Terryl, 301 von Unwerth, Bertha, 307 Vore, Bob, 316 W Waddell, Martha, 313 Wadley, Ruth, 274 Waggoner, Paul, 305 Wilbanks, Cran, 296 Wilbanks, Orion, 300 Wilbur, Gordon, 279 Wilcoxen, Andrew, 292 Wilcoxson, Kathleen, 270 Willett, Mable, 309 Willett, Patricia, 309 Williams, Andrew, 280 Williams, lo Frank, 313 Williams, lon, 311 Williams, Peggy, 293 Stephenson, Eileen, 291 Stephenson, Morris, 313 Stevens, Eugene, 300 Stevenson, lames, 307 Stevenson, Raymond, 292 Stewart, Francis, 313 Stewart, lames, 300 Stewart, john, 283 Stewart, Marshall, 275 Stewart, Mont, 292 Stewart, Pauline, 302 Stilley, Francis, 303 Stith, Ruth, 3.10 Thomason, Stan, 305 Thomson, Martha, 312 Thompson Billie, 302 Thompson, Fred, 310 Thompson, lane, 272 Thompson Margaret, 291 Thompson Mary, 295 Thompson Peggy, 310 Thompson Wm. 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